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Subscribe on Apple for longer, ad-free episodes and bonus content. You'll also get them before anyone else. England rugby player Joe Marler wants to know about your job. This is not another rugby podcast. This is about prison guards, marine biologists, vicars, boxers, chefs, tattoo artists and more. Because everyone is interesting if you ask the right questions. Grow the show? You know you want to. Grow the Show, become an official sponsor See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inform ...
 
The Lowy Institute is an independent, nonpartisan international policy think tank located in Sydney, Australia. The Institute provides high-quality research and distinctive perspectives on foreign policy trends shaping Australia and the world. We host podcasts with high-level guest speakers as well as our own experts. Essential listening for anyone seeking to better understand foreign policy challenges!
 
Ten years after a cataclysmic earthquake and tsunami devastates the Pacific Northwest, a new ocean floor reveals itself along the infamous Casacadia Subduction Zone. When philanthropic billionaire, Wesley Badger falls unfit to go on a deep sea expedition to explore the new area, rookie captain, Declan Walters must step up and pilot The Alexandria Submarine through the uncharted Pacific abyss. Fellow crewmembers are reluctant to trust their new captain, especially after a routine dive does no ...
 
History! The most exciting and important things that have ever happened on the planet! Featuring reports from the weird and wonderful places around the world where history has been made and interviews with some of the best historians writing today. Dan also covers some of the major anniversaries as they pass by and explores the deep history behind today's headlines - giving you the context to understand what is going on today. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
We often overlook Islamic history as a learning tool. The history of Islam is not only important for Muslims, but important for everyone. Islam and the people who call themselves Muslims have made an enormous impact on our world. The Islamic History Podcast is about discovering that history in a fun and interesting way.
 
The torpedo submarine's inventor, Jack Farnum, is looking for investors to help him kick his new shipyard into high gear. He already has his crew set, with sixteen year old Jack Benson as the captain, and his friend Hal Hastings running the engines. But, there may be some changes to the crew of the Pollard on the horizon. - Summary by Ann Boulais
 
What is ASIO? I'm sure you've all heard of it, but do you really know what it does? Is it as sexy as James Bond leads us to believe or is it just part of the political fabric? Who better to give us the ins and outs than former ASIO intelligence officer, now comedian David Callan and National news director at Nova and journalist Michelle Stephenson. I Spied will take a look at the dark underbelly of the intelligence world and give its love-handles a damn good shake. If you think you're being ...
 
Achtung! Achtung! Comedian Al Murray and historian James Holland discuss all matters Second World War. We Have Ways of Making You Talk is a bi-weekly show exploring the war in close up. James and Al have a stunning knowledge of their subject, but don't expect a linear narrative. The boys love a tangent and a forgotten tale. We Have Ways of Making You Talk roams down forgotten front lines, casts new villains and makes the case for unlikely heroes. Send questions to James and Al via Twitter us ...
 
Diver Tough is a weekly podcast featuring Walter Lyon and Josh Toth, two U.S. Navy Submariners and Fleet Divers, turned civilians. We share our sea stories, points of view on sub-life, civilian life and more; uncut, unedited, and always amusing.
 
Developing Leaders to Develop Leaders. If you manage a team, this podcast will give you actionable, practical advice to help you build high performing, effective teams. Each week, I talk to different experts who are leaders in their fields. They share different perspectives on how leaders can empower, influence and gain commitment from their teams.
 
This podcast is a telling of stories of submarines and the brave people that have crewed them. From the first men to board a submarine to modern uses of nuclear powered boats, I plan to tell the tales of the silent service that haven't had a significant platform to be heard. You can email me suggestions, comments, or topics I should cover at bubbleheadpod@gmail.com.
 
It takes bold visionaries risking everything to create some of the most recognizable brands on the planet. The Food That Built America, based on the hit documentary series from The HISTORY® Channel, tells the extraordinary true stories of industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized the food industry and transformed American life and culture in the process. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Each week, Squiz Shortcuts gives you the backstory to the big news stories. In the usual Squiz tone, we'll keep it short and sharp, and opinion-free. If you're interested in the news but sometimes find there is a whole lot of assumed knowledge which makes it confusing and time-consuming to get across - Squiz Shortcuts is for you. The Squiz is your shortcut to being informed. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Whatcha watchin'? Be specific. On the hit Subgenre podcast, Emmy award-winning host Josh Dasal and his rotating collection of smart and opinionated guest hosts show love to movies outside of the major categories. Drama, comedy, and action? You can do better. Get your fix of Subgenre's often funny, occasionally irreverent, but always insightful cinematic discussions, smack talk, quizzes, and film-related tangents. New subgenres are covered every season! In Season 2, the show tackles the high- ...
 
Jake's Rolex World Podcast comes from Jake's Rolex Watch Blog which is a Daily Rolex Web-Magazine and Rolex Research Library that explores the rich and fascinating history of Rolex Watches and keeps you up to date with all the latest Rolex news and fascinating views. Designer and Rolex enthusiast Jake Ehrlich explores many of the wonderful design details and incredibly wealthy history of Rolex Watches, from the interesting people who wear them to the infinite design details that make Rolex m ...
 
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In the first of a two part special, James Holland walks the ground in Malta - following the journey of British submarine HMS URGE. A Goalhanger Films Production Produced by Joey McCarthy Exec Producer: Tony Pastor Twitter: #WeHaveWays @WeHaveWaysPod Website: wehavewayspod.com Email: wehavewayspod@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-…
 
Sixty years ago, sandwiches were finger food, not a whole meal, and certainly not sold as fast food. But when three high school friends encounter a sub sandwich, they realize it’s the perfect fast-food alternative. As they navigate advertising, business, and menus, they create Blimpie, and reshape the way Americans think about lunch. See acast.com/…
 
This month in 1921, an American submarine known as R-14 ran out of usable fuel in the Pacific Ocean, and lost radio contact with the Navy. To get home, the crew turned the sub into a sailboat, making bunk beds and blankets into sails. Plus: a tattoo artist helps a friend get six-pack abs even when diet and exercise didn't get the job done. A Submar…
 
Ladies and Gentlemen, in the Blue Corner we have the Ibadan Stallion and in the Red Corner, we have a Bottle of Whiskey. Listen very closely to this episode of Submarine and A Roach and try count how many swigs of the bottle you hear while you listen to Tmt and Koj:- Catch up on their weekends- Future podcasting projects- Comedy - TMT's latest sing…
 
Bob Schuetz grew up in New Jersey and chose the ROTC when his parents couldn't afford college for all 4 kids. He joined the Navy and fell in love with submarines during his summer cruise and switched his major to Nuclear Engineering from Chemical Engineering. As all potential officers do, he interviewed with Admiral Rickover and eventually commande…
 
A three year old girl is fighting for her life in hospital after being left on a hot bus at a childcare centre, The federal government is set to develop some cutting-edge unmanned submarines, there was a pretty shocking moment at a comedy gig in LA as a man stormed the stage and tackled Dave Chappelle,The NRL grand final looks set to stay in Sydney…
 
In the jungle of southern Colombia, drug traffickers go to extraordinary lengths to protect their cocaine shipments. Illegal drug labs are hidden in the forest, along with makeshift naval bases, where the cartels build their own submarines to export their cocaine to the US market. As a result, authorities are struggling to stem the flow of drugs fr…
 
We speak with leadership expert Jeff Akin about the pillars of great leadership and as an added bonus we learn all about food on submarines. Find Jeff at: Starfleet Leadership Academy Twitter: @SFLApodcast Instagram: @jefftakin Find Puratos at: @PuratosUSA- Twitter @PuratosUS- Instagram Find Braden at: @BakerBrayBray47- Twitter @Pastry_Chef_BrayBra…
 
Live show tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am. To buy tickets for The Greatest Night of our Lives - go to this link and see the first ever LIVE Joe Marler Show: https://gigst.rs/TJMS In this episode, Joe and Tom meet a submariner called John. He regularly spends three months in a very small space under the sea, living without sunlight and sleepi…
 
Were talking Nordic LARP, Calibration for mid game issues, and Non-Codified rules for new players! We share goofy stories, table nightmares and more! https://www.patreon.com/BlankBodies https://linktr.ee/BLANKBODIES our theme is: Millions of Dead Cyborgs - Paralyze https://paralyzeevm.bandcamp.com/track/millions-of-dead-cyborgs Portions of the mate…
 
Today in 1921, Green and Green cracker company of Dayton, Ohio trademarked the name of a new product that is still doing quite well: it’s the birthday of the Cheez-It. Plus: Today in Pennsylvania, it’s 143 Day, celebrating the one and only Mister Rogers. Were Cheez-Its really invented in Dayton? Yes, and here's the story (Dayton.com) 143 Day in PA …
 
Albanese’s First Big Change 23/05/22 Anthony Albanese was sworn in as Prime Minister this morning and has already made one big change, Scott Morrison’s plans now that he’s lost the top job, Andrew O’Keefe, Belgium has become the first country in the world to announce a compulsory quarantine for monkeypox cases, Courtney Love spoke out in support of…
 
Catherine Belton joins Dan on the podcast to discuss the remarkable story of Vladimir Putin's rise to power. After working from 2007-2013 as the Moscow correspondent for the Financial Times, Catherine's career has offered an exclusive insight into the workings of Putin's Kremlin. Her book 'Putin's People' is packed with interviews with the key insi…
 
Another week, another Cook’s What’s After Happening, with dinner lady Bernie Shostakovich and van restauranteur Clem Buckwash. They touch on Bernie’s famous fatballs, Clem’s involvement in a Broadchurch-esque murder, Bernie's pig F1 driver, and Clem's Clams. If you LIKE this episode, SHARE it with a friend. Follow LWAH on Instagram and consider sha…
 
Anthony Albanese will be sworn in as Australia’s 31st Prime Minister today, speculation continues about who will be the new leader of the Liberal Party, North Korea has ignored an offer of COVID vaccines from the United States, Manchester City has won the Premier League, Daniel Ricciardo’s underwhelming start to the F1 season has continued, Kourtne…
 
Hallo alle. Yes, that's right, it's time for Sachin to type a greeting into Google Translate and copy and paste the German version into these episode notes as a way of introducing his chat with the award-winning author and journalist Uli Hesse about being a Borussia Dortmund fan. Uli is a hugely respected and revered voice on German football and fr…
 
In this interview series, experts share their tips to help leaders to influence and gain commitment from their teams. Stephanie talks about how we distort reality and avoid doing the deep reflection work that we need to grow. "You don’t need to be beholden to a set of beliefs that you had when you were younger. Changing your mind does not make you …
 
On this second of three "From the Archives" specials, The New Diplomatist is proud to present a never-before-released episode from May 20th of 2022 with Paul J. Saunders, discussing a fascinating look at Russia relations, Euro geopolitics, Russia-China cooperation, and Russian energy after Biden’s NS2 green light. In the sweeping conversation, Paul…
 
Today in 2000, Dr. Anna Bågenholm's body temperature fell to the lowest level ever survived by a human being. Here's the story of how she faced extreme hypothermia and came back to life. Plus: tomorrow in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, it’s the Kielbasi Festival/Heritage Day. Frozen Woman: A 'Walking Miracle' (CBS News) Between life and death – the powe…
 
The podding props are back! Dan Cole joins Joe for the third episode of his rugby show, but why doesn’t Joe Launchbury like wearing a vest? And has Dan really “completed” Magaluf? Joe exposes Dan’s DMs and did Nick Easter’s dog really poo on the changing room floor? To get ad-free and longer episodes on Apple, hit the 'grow the show' button or clic…
 
This is a special Women in Politics series for the  Australia–PNG Network in which the Lowy Institute's Jessica Collins sits down with prominent women from Papua New Guinea (PNG) to discuss the deep-seated challenge of women’s political representation in PNG. In this fourth episode of the series, Jessica speaks with Tania Bale, an urban candidate s…
 
A former British spy has claimed that Vladimir Putin is suffering from cancer, the Australian Electoral Commission has backflipped, ALP internal polling predicts that Anthony Albanese will win tomorrow, Kyle Chalmers, Cody Simpson, Alan Fletcher, Johnny Depp, Amber Heard, Ellen Barkin. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Various legends, characters and myths are associated with the medieval period. The British Isles is filled with prehistoric monuments - from Stonehenge and Wayland's Smithy, the archipelago of Orkney to as far south as Cornwall, Snowdon and Loch Etive, and rivers including the Ness, the Soar and the story-silted Thames - Britain is a land steeped i…
 
Independent candidate Monique Ryan plans to take Federal Court action over rules banning some Covid-infected Aussies from voting, Kevin Rudd appeared on The Project last night and said he was confident Labor will win the election,The man charged with murdering nine-year-old Charlise in January has been hit with extra charges, Zac Stubblety-Cook has…
 
What does one do when they question their love for a classic Disney attraction? Why, they go on a roadtrip exploring the history of humanity's obsession with roads and travel! On this very beefy episode of The Backside of Water, Annie Ruygt, Freddy Martin, and Alex Stewart explore the rich history behind Disney favorite roadway, Autopia. Enjoy! Che…
 
The biggest problem with the whole Roe v Wade is that nobody – on either side – is really considering the underlying and ancillary issues that we are headed both from and into. I know… that sounds non-sensual and irrational. There are always unintended(?) consequences of every ruling. Things that should have been obvious, but were ignored for the “…
 
In Episode 366 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo take up a listener’s suggestion for an unusual game: for each UK album, we each suggest one track that would have fit comfortably on the previous album, and one that would have fit comfortably on the next album. It’s not as easy as you might think – or at least, th…
 
It has been a very long election campaign so is it possible there are areas that haven't been discussed by the major political parties? Richard Holden, Professor of Economics at the University of New South Wales Business School and Danielle Wood, economist and CEO of the Grattan Institute reflect on the policies and economics that have been forgott…
 
In this episode of Conversations, Susannah Patton talks to Charmaine Willoughby, Assistant Professor at De La Salle University in Manila, about the foreign policy implications of Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr’s election as president of the Philippines. The Philippines is a US treaty ally in Asia, but under the outgoing President Duterte, these tie…
 
We don't know for sure it's hers, but researchers have found traces of a perfume that was likely popular during Cleopatra's time - and they think they may be able to brew some of it up. Plus: a patent for a safety harness that generates electricity from a worker who falls off a building! What Did Cleopatra Smell Like? (Hyperallergic) Electricity fr…
 
On 2 April 2022, Australia and India signed the Australia-India Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement (AI ECTA), after more than ten years of negotiations. In this event, Dr Jeffrey Wilson, one of Australia’s pre-eminent trade and investment policy experts, provides his analysis on the prospects for the new agreement to move the dial in the econ…
 
Pauline Hanson will be forced to sit out the last week of the campaign as she tested positive for COVID on Saturday, the young boy who was knocked over by Scott Morrison in a football game yesterday speaks out, NSW is one step closer to legalising euthanasia, Former AFL star Sam Fisher charged with trafficking illicit drugs across state borders, fo…
 
Please note that this episode contains frank discussions of conflict, mental health and suicide. Admiral Lord West is the former First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff. In 1982, West commanded the frigate HMS Ardent which was deployed to the South Atlantic for the Falklands War. During the successful retaking of the islands, HMS Ardent was sun…
 
Embarrassing moment from the campaign trail yesterday where Scott Morrison bowled over a young boy during an under 8s soccer game in Tasmania, A former US National Security Council official has opened up about an odd dinner she had with Vladimir Putin, a Russian soldier has pleaded guilty to killing a Ukrainian civilian in the first war-crimes tria…
 
Mike Cannon-Brookes - the billionaire co-founder of tech company Atlassian - has been making a few headlines recently off the back of his attempt to buy Australia's largest energy retailer AGL and transform it into a lean, green, power-generating and retailing machine. So in this Squiz Shortcut, we take a look at his early life, his career in busin…
 
What Is Third Person? (with Examples) The term "third person" refers to someone else, i.e., not the writer or a group including the writer ("I," "me," "we," "us") or the writer's audience ("you"). Whenever you use a noun (as opposed to pronoun), it is in the third person. "Third person" most commonly appears in the phrases "third-person narrative,"…
 
To be frank, I don't believe that Elon Musk ever intended to actually buy Twitter. Eccentric rich people do strange things, and there is usually no real rhyme or reason to it. It's almost like he rolled out of bed one morning and decided to... well... just mess with the entire woke Social Media world.I can't blame him... if I had $43 Billion at my …
 
A great tale of one man's survival when so many around him lost their lives in Italy and beyond. Features 5th Canadian Division. Plus a fascinating U-Boat tale about weather station Kurt sneakily set up by the enemy in Newfoundland. More great unpublished history! Donate To Salvation Army Ukraine Crisis Appeal https://bit.ly/FightingThroughSalvatio…
 
Today in 1953, Jacqueline Cochran became the first woman to break the sound barrier. Then again, Cochran moved at high speed her whole career. Plus: today in 1838, the birthday of Alexander Miles, a Black inventor who made elevators what they are today. JACQUELINE COCHRAN (National Air and Space Museum) Alexander Miles (National Inventors Hall of F…
 
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