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Best spiked online podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best spiked online podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The Dive Down is a podcast focused on Magic: The Gathering's Modern and Pioneer formats, with the casual spike in mind. Each week your hosts Dave, Shane, and Stanislav discuss decks, events, and level-up topics related to the latest non-rotating formats. Proudly sponsored by ManaTraders, the best Magic card rental service for both Magic Online and paper! Get 15% off your first 3 months of ManaTraders! https://www.manatraders.com/?medium=thedivedown and use code "thedivedown" Support us on Pa ...
 
Hosted by Molly Wood, “Marketplace Tech” demystifies the digital economy. The daily radio show and podcast uncovers how tech influences our lives in unexpected ways and provides context for listeners who care about the impact of tech, business and the digital world. Transforming breaking news to breaking ideas, Marketplace Tech uncovers themes that transcend the hype in an industry that’s constantly changing. Reporting from Oakland, California host Molly Wood asks smart questions that connec ...
 
↠〖OnLine!.〗 [(1x7)] "I May Destroy You" — Season 1 Episode 7 (S1E7)∷·Full Episodes Free⇄✠ aired since 2020-06-07. story: Strapped for cash and still unable to produce a draft of her book, Arabella takes a job working alongside Theo at a vegan delivery start-up. Birthday girl Terry takes covert measures to ensure Simon won't make a surprise appearance at her party. The festivities find Kwame avoiding reminders of his assault while Terry airs her suspicions about Theo. ✓BBC One] I May Destroy ...
 
James Whale’s Manifesto The UK is going to hell in a handcart. At least, that’s what James Whale thinks, so he’s taking matters into his own hands. Ladies and gentleman of the electorate, brace yourselves for James Whale’s Manifesto: Getting Britain Back on Track in 2012. In each episode, the outspoken broadcaster will be throwing down the gauntlet to a trio of opinionated guests to thrash out solutions to the country’s woes, from healthcare to housing, from economics to unemployment. An aud ...
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
The Reed Harvey Show is devoted to bringing you the best interviews, tips, life lessons, and stories from some of the most interesting and successful people on the planet including top entrepreneurs, artists, CEO's, athletes, musicians and innovators. This podcast is designed to help you build the lifestyle that you want to live. This program explores the stories of people who may not have taken the most conventional path in life, but yet were rewarded for thier creative and unique way of li ...
 
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Contributing correspondent Kai Kupferschmidt talks with host Sarah Crespi about the success of a fast moving megatrial for coronavirus treatments. The United Kingdom’s Recovery (Randomized Evaluation of COVID-19 Therapy) trial has enrolled more than 12,000 hospitalized coronavirus patients since early March and has released important recommendation…
 
Dream researcher Deidre Barrett has collected thousands of COVID-19 related dreams online. She joins us to discuss publishing a number of them in the new book "Pandemic Dreams." Also, in New Mexico's second Congressional district, Democratic Rep. Xochitl Torres Small faces a challenge from Republican former state Rep. Yvette Herrell, a re-match of …
 
On today's program: Pennsylvania’s eviction moratorium is slated to end this Friday, but advocates say an extension is needed; summer camps are closed, but experts say learning can continue outside the classroom; and a rural Pennsylvania town is addressing police brutality.By kgavin@wesa.fm (Kevin Gavin)
 
One of Austin’s best food trucks is making the move into a brick-and-mortar space. The breakfast sandwich specialists at Paperboy have had a restaurant in the works for about a year and a half, and despite the growing coronavirus pandemic, the owners are ready to make the leap. The restaurant is located at 1203 East 11th Street on the lot where the…
 
Monday’s announcement that the annual “Austin City Limits” Hall of Fame concert will not happen this year because of the coronavirus pandemic was no surprise. But what about the TV show’s bread-and-butter — its weekly episodes broadcast on PBS stations nationwide? So far, the pandemic has not really affected the show’s broadcast schedule, as the fi…
 
Under normal circumstances, single-game tickets for an upcoming Texas Tech football season go on sale in July. But with college football stadiums in Texas looking at the likelihood of being restricted to 50% percent capacity this season, Tech has shelved plans to put single-game tickets on sale the last week of July. Jones AT&T Stadium’s listed cap…
 
Tiff’s Treats has scored two high-profile investors and a new $15 million infusion. The Austin-based company known for its deliveries of warm cookies received the funding from jewelry designer Kendra Scott and former NBA star Dirk Nowitzki, among others. The company said it will use the new funding to accelerate its expansion in Texas and nationwid…
 
Oil industry magnate Bud Brigham, owner of Austin-based Atlas Sand, has long been a fan of the late libertarian-minded philosopher and novelist Ayn Rand, who espoused a code that promoted, among other things, self-reliance. Brigham’s Austin company is also among the recipients of government largesse related to the coronavirus epidemic, according to…
 
A 38-year-old Bastrop (BAS-truhp) County inmate died last month after having a medical emergency that his family says was due to the jail staff’s negligence, according to the family’s attorney. The attorney said Daniel Zuniga (ZOO-nyee-ga) didn’t receive the medical care he should have received, even though jail staff had been informed of his medic…
 
The University of Texas on Wednesday announced it will restructure how it responds to incidents of sex discrimination, following the advice of an external consultant that was hired amid student protests and demonstrations last year. In early March, UT accepted the first set of recommendations, which included more transparency and harsher punishment…
 
Even though Austin is in the grip of a global pandemic, Travis County has seen high early voting turnout and record-setting numbers of mail-in ballots by runoff standards. Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir (DAY-nah day-bow-VWAR) said she expects total voter turnout to be around 15%. Safety has been a top priority during early voting. Plexiglass s…
 
Despite a concerning uptick in COVID-19 hospitalizations, Austin health officials were not immediately prepared to recommend a local shelter-in-place order on Wednesday. However, a spokeswoman with Austin Public Health said the situation is fluid and that an announcement on Stage 5 restrictions could come soon. The Stage 5 recommendations being con…
 
Educators in the Austin school district are calling on state and local leaders to keep classes online for the first part of the fall semester, saying the risk of resuming any in-person activity is too great given the severity of the coronavirus pandemic. Members of the district’s union responded Wednesday to Texas Education Agency guidelines, relea…
 
State health officials reported 98 new COVID-19 deaths Wednesday, the highest single-day increase yet. The staggering daily surge, which brought the death toll of the virus over 2,800 fatalities, comes one day after Texas reported its previous single-day record of 60 deaths. State health officials also reported almost 10,000 new cases of the corona…
 
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner announced Wednesday he is canceling the Republican Party of Texas’ in-person convention — scheduled for a city-owned convention center — as coronavirus cases continue to surge. The decision comes after the Texas G-O-P Chairman James Dickey had rebuffed a request from Turner that the party cancel plans for its in-perso…
 
Hosts I-Hsien and Shane gazed into the future and saw listeners wanted them to discuss divinations and fortune-telling, so they are. In the Gates of Mourning campaign, the party arrives in Korth with personal business to handle, and the Medani Prophet has an inkling for what will be in the Character Creation Forge. (54m) Sponsors: Kobold Press: Che…
 
In facial recognition and AI development, computers are trained on massive sets of data, millions of pictures gathered from all over the web. There are only a few publicly available datasets, and a lot of organizations use them. And they are problematic. Molly speaks with Vinay Prabhu, chief scientist at UnifyID. He and Abeba Birhane at University …
 
The United States coronavirus cases hit three million and United States death toll tops 132,000. There has been a 37 percent rise in testing vs. a 152 percent rise in cases since June 12. Arizona has the highest positive test rate in the United States. Arizona's ICU beds are 91 percent full and ER admissions hit record high. Dr. Birx says that Ariz…
 
The most exacting measure on which we rate political leaders is judgement. It’s the yardstick that really counts. Are they decisive, are they assertive and clear-eyed in their judgement? Dominating Jacinda Ardern’s negatives is the perception that she’s too kind, indecisive and too forgiving of fools. The Prime Minister might possibly have been the…
 
In an interview with the FT, European Central Bank president Christine Lagarde said that “women are the first victims” of events such as a pandemic and discussed the steps towards recovery. Plus, UK business leaders say that millions of jobs in some of the hardest hit sectors are still at risk despite chancellor Rishi Sunak’s £30bn jobs plan, and t…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced a $761 million investment to help councils upgrade "run down" water services across the country. In a politically charged piece of symbolism, Ardern and Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta chose the site of the water bore found to be the source of the fatal Havelock North campylobacter outbreak in 201…
 
The National Party is looking for a new candidate in the Clutha-Southland seat, now that Hamish Walker has quit. He admitted to passing on private details of Covid-19 patients to the media. Clutha Mayor Brian Cadogan says people in the Clutha Southland electorate are stunned and disappointed with Walker's actions. He told Mike Yardley most people b…
 
Doctors at the Vatican's pediatric hospital said today they have successfully separated conjoined twins whose skulls were fused back-to-back, an exceedingly rare surgery for an equally rare congenital defect. The twins, Ervina and Prefina Bangalo, were born June 29, 2018 in Mbaiki, the Central African Republic, with their heads attached and sharing…
 
If you're sick enough to visit your GP, you should probably be tested for Covid-19. Chris Hipkins says in recent days the number of tests processed does not meet Government expectations. The Health Minister's instructed officials to ramp up testing for the virus, with daily testing rates not meeting targets on a number of occasions this week. Offic…
 
Relief for both employers and people on temporary work visas. The Government's announced some short-term changes to visa settings. Temporary work visas due to expire by the end of the year will be extended by six months. The national announcement was made by Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway. Lees-Galloway also announced the cap on the number…
 
The British government unveiled a raft of measures Wednesday it hopes will limit an anticipated spike in unemployment as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Most noteworthy were a new bonus plan aimed at getting firms to retain workers that have been idle for months, as well as tax cuts for hard-pressed firms in the tourism and hospitality sector…
 
Calls for stricter rules for people at managed isolation facilities. So far, two people have escaped from their facilities, the second on Tuesday evening, from the Stamford Plaza hotel in Auckland. The 32-year-old man went to the Victoria St West Countdown, and has since tested positive for coronavirus. Otago University infectious diseases expert D…
 
So first we had the break out from the Pullman. Now the sneak out from the Stamford. Public confidence in our MIQ facilities is wobbly, despite the military precision that was drafted in to beef up our MIQS, two weeks ago. The absconders have exposed that this trust-model system is heavily at the mercy of voluntary compliance. It’s the chink in the…
 
More than 1000 jobs appear set to go in Southland, with Rio Tinto announcing it plans to close the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter next year. The Australian mining giant announced on Thursday that it will start a wind-down of operations and the eventual closure of New Zealand Aluminium Smelters (NZAS). It comes after its own strategic review conclude…
 
After going behind his boss' back and leaking Covid patient details, disgraced National MP Hamish Walker had only one option. And that was to resign, says National leader Todd Muller. "He's done the only thing he could," Muller told Newstalk ZB this morning. Muller said he had no idea why former party president Michelle Boag sent the patients' deta…
 
Katori Hall is a playwright from Memphis, Tennessee, whose story of a Southern strip club and the women who work in it has been adapted for television as a series called P-Valley - an “unflinching and unapologetic look” at the lives of women working at a Mississippi club called The Pynk.Cinema after lockdown. The government’s recently announced £1.…
 
On today's program: As families get ready for school to begin this fall, A+ Schools is releasing classroom and operations suggestions for Pittsburgh Public Schools during the pandemic; the University of Pittsburgh plans to use more solar power; and the invasive spotted lanternfly descends on southwestern PA.…
 
Ohio is one of several states seeing an uptick in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations after remaining fairly steady in May and June. Dr. Tara Smith, an infectious disease epidemiologist at Kent State University, joins us to discuss what's behind the recent surge in cases. And, Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Gail Caldwell talks about her new memoi…
 
Americans have been grappling with the emergence of a deadly pandemic and a nationwide protest movement forcing a reckoning on police violence and racial injustice. Host Jeremy Hobson speaks with three young people about how they've been handling it all. Looking for something to do this summer? Astronomer Dean Regas says, "Look up!" Regas joins us …
 
A cohort of Texas bakers has organized another Bakers Against Racism fundraiser that is taking place this week to raise money for social justice organizations in the state. Fueled by a one-ton flour donation from Barton Springs Mill in Dripping Springs, bakers in Austin, Houston and San Antonio are taking orders this week for baked goods that they’…
 
It’s the opposite of “howdy”: This year’s State Fair of Texas has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a statement on the event’s website. The annual Lone Star State destination in Dallas’ Fair Park is a hallmark of Texas pride, from the giant Big Tex figure that greets guests to the bevy of outrageous fried food creations to…
 
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