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The Cyberlaw Podcast is a weekly interview series and discussion offering an opinionated roundup of the latest events in technology, security, privacy, and government. It features in-depth interviews of a wide variety of guests, including academics, politicians, authors, reporters, and other technology and policy newsmakers. Hosted by cybersecurity attorney Stewart Baker, whose views expressed are his own.
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Stories from my thirty plus years in the music business where I was piveledged to work with such icons as : Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel, Al Stewart, Donovan, Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker, Gene Vincent, Jon LOrd, Long John Baldry, Conway Twitty, Little Richard, Clyde McPhatter and many more.
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ALL OF IT is a show about culture and its consumers. ALL OF IT is a show about culture and context. ALL OF IT is a show about culture and the culture. Our aim is to engage the thinkers, doers, makers, and creators, about the what and why of their work. People make the culture and we hope, need, and want the WNYC community to be a part of our show. As we build a community around ALL OF IT, we know that every guest and listener has an opinion. We won’t always agree, but our varied perspectives ...
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Word In Your Ear

Mark Ellen, David Hepworth and Alex Gold

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Mark Ellen and David Hepworth have been talking about and writing about music together and individually for a collective eighty years in magazines like Smash Hits, Mojo and The Word and on radio and TV programmes like "Rock On", "Whistle Test" and VH-1. Over thirteen years ago, when working on the late magazine The Word, they began producing podcasts. Some listeners have been kind enough to say these have been very special to them. When the magazine folded in 2012 they kept the spirit of tho ...
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Lady to Lady

Exactly Right Media – the original true crime comedy network

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Comedians Babs Gray, Brandie Posey, and Tess Barker host this hilarious and raw weekly show in which they invite a fourth notable guest to play sleepover games, answer advice and delve into ridiculous tangents. After 500+ episodes, these lifelong friends know a thing or two about comedy and riffing on everything from pop culture to fitness, life hacks, and lady problems. The podcast often features the best in female and queer comic voices. Past guests include Nicole Byer, Jodie Sweetin, Laci ...
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Ali Baker and a guest discuss children's fantasy fiction. The guest chooses a favourite for Ali, and Ali chooses a complementing contemporary book. Jokes and the occasional swear word may ensue. Please contact fantasybookswap@gmail.com, @fantasyswap on Twitter or https://www.facebook.com/Fantasybookswap. Ask questions, make comments and join in the discussion!
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NOC Into the Blue Podcast

National Oceanography Centre

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Into the Blue, produced by the National Oceanography Centre in the UK, aims to dive deep into subjects relating to our ocean and it's seas by speaking to experts from the world of oceanography all with the goal of helping the ocean and life within it flourish.
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Writers Bloc provide a place for people to develop their writing, read fantastic stories for free and create collectives with other emerging writers. Whether it’s easier for you to engage with us online or off, Writers Bloc is for writers, wherever they are. We are in the process of developing a website that will change the way that writing is shared. It will reward engaged feedback and elevate great prose. Offline, in towns all across the country we have groups that operate as part of a lar ...
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Stories you've never heard before and sports and pop culture opinions you will not hear anywhere else. Follow on Twitter: http://Twitter.com/ZBrook http://Twitter.com/UFRPodcast Follow on Instagram: http://Instagram.com/ZBrook http://Instagram.com/UFRPodcast Follow on TikTok: http://Tiktok.com/zbrooknfl
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N-Hance Wood Refinishing is top, fastest-growing franchise and it is taking the home remodeling industry by storm. N-Hance has been featured in Martha Stewart Magazine, Better Homes and Gardens, Entrepreneur magazine and on HGTV, and TLC. The highly-scalable business model and potential for high return, the average revenue for the top quartile of franchisees was over $790,000, makes this a perfect opportunity for someone looking to build a business and a legacy.
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Inspiring, true stories of brave women who have overcome pain to find purpose. Courage is contagious and you will catch some from these real-life tales of ordinary women who have been through extraordinary hardships. Cowgirl is a spirit, an attitude, and a life lived with conviction, faith, and intention. Brought to you by Mary Fichtner, these heart-felt stories are intended to fill yours and encourage you to live each day with courage because behind every strong woman is a story of courage.
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In her new book, Cue the Sun!: The Invention of Reality TV, Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Emily Nussbaum makes the case for taking the history of reality television seriously, especially considering the 2016 election of a reality TV star as President. She joins us to discuss this history ahead of her 7 pm event tonight at the Strand. This segment i…
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Crooked Media founders and Pod Save America hosts Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett, and Tommy Vietor have written a book, Democracy or Else: How to Save America in 10 Easy Steps, about how to be involved in politics in a way that actually feels productive. They join us to discuss the book, and take your calls. This segment is guest-hosted by Kousha Navidar…
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The new film, "A Quiet Place: Day One," is set in New York City and captures the experience of the very first day that the mysterious, sound-seeking creatures landed on earth. We speak with writer and director Michael Sarnoski about the new prequel, which stars Lupita Nyong'o and is in theaters this Friday. This segment is guest-hosted by Kousha Na…
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Hobey Baker was considered one of the very first American ice hockey stars, taking the sport to new heights in the early 20th century. Tragically, he died under mysterious circumstances while in military service during World War I. A new podcast from ESPN's 30 For 30, Searching for Hobey Baker, investigates his life, death, and identity as a gay ma…
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Summer brings longer days and warmer temperatures. But the season also brings unwanted guests like mice, fruit flies, bed bugs and roaches into your home. To prevent and eradicate these pests, we're joined by Jim Fredericks, entomologist and senior vice president of Public Affairs at the National Pest Management Association. Plus, we take your call…
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The two-man tandem of curiosity wobbles its way down the rock and roll cyclepath pausing here to admire the view … … “We’re captive on the carousel of TIME-AH!!”: tuneless Northern club singer Reg “Reg” Snipton performs Ver Greats. … is going to gigs alone becoming a thing? ... why Phil Oakey was a better musician than any of ELP. … Seven Nation Ar…
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In the 1930s, President Roosevelt's New Deal program revitalized Americans struggling during the Great Depression, including those working in the arts. One program, the U.S. Music Unit, sought to record and collect folk songs from all over America. The program collected over 800 songs over a two-year span before it was shut down for supposed social…
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Today we revisit our summer series taking your recommendations about how to have summer and weekend fun in our area. Today we focus on Westchester. Amy Sowder, managing editor of Westchester Magazine, gives us her picks of the places and activities to enjoy the sunshine in Westchester County, and we take your calls! *This segment is guest-hosted by…
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Clare Grogan, a regular on our podcasts and rarely off the cover when we were at Smash Hits, is on tour again with Altered Images and playing festivals in the summer – indeed her fabulous description of the bus ferrying her, Midge Ure, Nik Kershaw, Kim Wilde and Living in A Box to the stage at Rewind sounds like an old Smash Hits cartoon come to li…
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Continuing with Thriller Week! We discussed a wide range of things surrounding author Peter D. Baker and his series The Sanguine Lullabies, specifically Haunted Echoes & Southern Nights. Being a writer, setting up signing events, or simply how to structure a series, Peter was amazing and entertaining to talk to. We recorded our session the end of l…
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In August of 1971, fifty years after the UK's Football Association banned women's soccer competitions, a group of women's soccer teams gathered in Mexico City for the first unofficial Women's World Cup. The documentary, "COPA 71," tells the story of this monumental - and largely forgotten - sporting event. Directors Rachel Ramsay and James Erskine,…
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Hosting a dinner party this summer? We've got you covered. Katherine Lewin is the founder of Big Night, a dinner party shop (with locations in the West Village and Greenpoint) that is full of inspiring ideas to level-up your hosting. Lewin is also author of the new book, Big Night: Dinners, Parties, and Dinner Parties, and she tells about the secre…
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A new documentary from Executive Producer Shonda Rhymes spotlights the design team behind the first Black Barbie doll as well as speaks to Black celebrities and tastemakers about the importance of representation in all facets of life. Director Lagueria Davis joins to discuss "Black Barbie." *This episode is guest-hosted by Kousha Navidar.…
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[REBROADCAST FROM JUNE 21, 2023] A new book explains how ice became a necessity in our everyday lives, whether its making tall glasses of tea, skating rinks or cutting-edge cryotherapy breast-cancer treatments. Journalist and historian Amy Brady join us to discuss her latest book, titled Ice: From Mixed Drinks to Skating Rinks--a Cool History of a …
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Ali Clayton (@aliclaytoncomedy) joins the ladies to talk about what to buy dads, swimming in fountains and Ali’s new special. They then play This or That and answer a lady problem about breaking up with a friend! Support this podcast by shopping our latest sponsor deals and promotions at this link: https://bit.ly/4b8Aykk Have a lady problem that ne…
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A new film premiering on Apple TV+ attempts to humanize the epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous women. Golden Globe winner Lily Gladstone plays Jax, a woman trying to solve the mystery of her missing sister while trying to create some degree of stability for her niece, Roki, played by Isabel DeRoy-Olson. Both join to discuss "Fancy Dance." …
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