Best suffolk podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Showcasing new music in Suffolk, Richard Haugh and Graeme Mac bring you highlights from BBC Suffolk Introducing. Broadcast Saturday at 8pm on BBC Radio Suffolk.
 
Podcasts on a variety of topics ranging from legal skills, mock trials and other issues related to pursuing a legal education at Suffolk University. Produced by Suffolk University and distributed by Legal Talk Network.
 
An international indie music podcast produced by Peter Clitheroe in Suffolk, England
 
An international indie music podcast produced by Peter Clitheroe in Suffolk, England
 
Keep up to date with every thing that is going on in the world of cricket in the great county of Suffolk. From Minor Counties to EAPL to Two Counties and beyond it is the cricket podcast for all cricket lovers in Suffolk. We have exclusive interviews, previews, predictions, updates, match of the week, club legends, why I love cricket and much more. The Love Suffolk Cricket podcast is the perfect companion for your summer ahead.
 
West Suffolk Baptist Church is a Reformed Baptist Church in Suffolk, VA, and exists to glorify God through worship, discipleship, prayer and fellowship, and to spread a passion for God’s glory throughout Suffolk unto the uttermost parts of the world.
 
Welcome to Higher Way Ministries Suffolk, where our doors are open to everyone and our hearts shut to no one.
 
West Suffolk Vineyard Church's sunday morning talks.
 
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Test Site Media
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Sunday talks from West Suffolk Vineyard Church
 
The Broads are Britain's largest protected wetland and are home to a wealth of wildlife, especially fish and birdlife. They comprise a network of mostly navigable rivers and lakes in the English counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. The lakes (or broads) were originally formed by the gradual natural flooding of medieval peat excavations and cover an area of some 303 square kilometres (117 sq mi).The rivers and broads subsequently evolved to become a system of water-highways linking the City of No ...
 
Suffolk Law faculty are analyzing the news from a legal perspective each week on New England Cable News. Through NECN’s "Sidebar" segment, the Suffolk Law professors examine significant local, national and international stories.
 
It’s a long island with a long history. Want to hear it? Interviews with historians, scholars, authors and anyone with a story to tell and a passion for this unique region of New York.
 
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Family Court Network
Weekly
 
A closer look at issues that stress our brains.
 
Two Brothers. One Lovejoy.
 
Listen to Church at Hampton Roads's weekly messages given by Lead Pastor Joel Brown.
 
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Audio Sermons
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Sermon audio from Suffolk Church of God in Suffolk, VA.
 
A Gospel-Centred Community
 
Our weekly Sunday sermons, from Hadleigh Baptist Church, Suffolk.
 
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Forefront Church
Weekly
 
Forefront is a place where Everybody's Welcome, Nobody's Perfect, and Anything's Possible. Services are 9 and 11 at 2520 Holland Rd, Virginia Beach, VA 23453. Website: http://www.forefront.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/Forefront757 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Forefront757
 
Lowestoft Community Church in Lowestoft, Suffolk, England
 
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Recent Sermons
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Sermons, conference talks, and classes from Westminster Reformed Presbyterian Church in Suffolk, Virginia.
 
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Recent Sermons
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Sermons, conference talks, and classes from Westminster Reformed Presbyterian Church in Suffolk, Virginia.
 
Hosted by digital marketers Gyi Tsakalakis and Kelly Street, Lunch Hour Legal Marketing is jam packed with tips and tricks for attracting more clients and business to your legal practice. Tune in monthly for expert advice to turbocharge your firm’s ability to generate cash money.
 
Talks and sermons from London Road Baptist Church, Lowestoft, Suffolkwww.londonroad.org.uk
 
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Tosche Station
Monthly
 
The official "Star Wars" podcast of The Young Folks entertainment news publication. Hosts Alex Suffolk and Jordan Decker delve into news, rumors, analyses, and everything else pertaining to the galaxy far, far away.
 
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My Hometown
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Nassau Community College students & WHPC volunteers explore clubs, organizations, businesses, and issues in towns across Long Island, in both Nassau & Suffolk counties. Produced by Jim Green.
 
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Britten 100
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Britten 100. Highlights from Radio 3’s Britten centenary weekend in Aldeburgh with special features, interviews and on location reports recorded in Suffolk.
 
WPKN is a nonprofit, freeform, community radio station (arts organization) that is more than 50 years old. The vision of WPKN is to build community, a loyal and growing audience, and an engaged and educated citizenry by providing the highest quality of free-form programming that broadcasts entertainment, music, news, thoughts, sounds, ideas and event listings that support free speech, diversity, and the interests of the local and global communities WPKN serves. Our radio frequency of 89.5-FM ...
 
Download messages from Student Pastor Zac Ethridge at Liberty’s Harbour View Campus in Suffolk, Virginia. Liberty's mission is Changing Lives, Communities, and the World through the Gospel. For more information, visit us at www.libertylive.com. It's not just church, it's life!
 
Right at home - in home care & Assistance is an organization of caregivers serving all of Suffolk county on Long Island. We provide in home caregivers for seniors and others who need help to remain living in their own homes.
 
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Adam Roxby
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I'm Adam Roxby: based at an old workhouse in Suffolk (UK), I have unscripted conversations with people, provide podcasting services to clients and share interesting things.Glad you could join me.
 
Serving South Norfolk and North Suffolk Reading from: The Diss Mercury and Diss Express. The most recent edition also be heard on the phone in the UK by calling 03302233452
 
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Dr. Kulveen Virdee discusses a wide variety of summer health issues from diet to healthy traveling to skin health.
 
This is a feed-only episode of the Project, recorded during a podcast workshop at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton. We did a few quick takes with the group, asking them about their memories of summer in the area. In my defense, I had been told that blueberries in Southampton were a thing. Many thanks to everyone who attended and I hop ...…
 
We launch our local acts at Latitude! We return to Henham Park's Lake Stage and with us we bring, Sun Scream, Piers James and Caswell!
 
It's "Super Sunday" this weekend with Worlington CC two games from Lords, Suffolk CC Seniors going for a place in the last 8 of the ECB KO cup and Suffolk CCC having a visit from local rivals Norfolk. We preview the lot! Our tea lady is back with her predictions for the weekend.
 
Jocelyn Pleasant, leader and founder of The Lost Tribe, an African-New World fusion group, talks about her training as a set drummer, her discovery of traditional West African music and her cross-over to an African-New World sound. Her group performs live in the studio.Interview by Richard Hill
 
This tribute to the life and work of Bill Duesing took place on July 5, six days before Bill's death. Eileen Hochberg, long time food systems activist and former executive director of CT NOFA, talks about Bill's tireless work fighting for a solar, sustainable and just future. Amazingly, Bill joined the conversation to offer more of his perspect ...…
 
Lou Terry gives us some indie rock and 17-year-old Louisa Falconer makes her debut!
 
• Mel Goodman: Trump’s Disastrous Summit Performance Could Derail U.S.-Russia Nuclear Arms Control Talks• Richard Brooks: Ireland is First Nation in World to Fully Divest from Fossil Fuel Industry• Muneer Ahmed, Vanesa Suarez and Gov. Dannel Malloy: CT Lawsuit Targeting Family Separation Policy Succeeds in Reuniting Children with Their ParentsF ...…
 
The panel talks with Nation Magazine national affairs editor John Nichols about the ramifications of the selection of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.Panel: Ruthanne Baumgartner, Scott Harris, Richard Hill
 
Matthew Monelione is back to discuss his new fantasy comic book series set in Revolutionary War-era Long Island. If you are a fan of history, JRR Tolkien, or the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, you'll want to check it out. We discuss what it takes to produce an independent comic as well as Matt's on-going research into the Loyalist experience on ...…
 
Being proud is important to children, parents, and citizens. Yet pride is often discouraged due to fears of arrogance or conceit. Learn why being able to be proud is so important, especially to parents and children. Learn why is it important as a mentor or leader to express pride in others.
 
Bill Horan and NCC Student Zac Turkel talk with Matthew Neebe, the Director of the Town of Smithtown Horizons Counseling & Education Center about services are offered at Horizons, the role the Town Government plays with HCEC, and the prevention program being offered in the local district schools. We also talk with Stacey Sanders, the Executive ...…
 
The post ‘Looking Beyond Someones History’ (Acts 9) appeared first on Hadleigh Baptist Church.
 
Every single one of us is a work in process. We say process because not everybody is making progress. Some are falling behind, some think they know better yet don’t, and even other want to move forward, but lack the courage to actually take the step. In this series, we want to level the work site of life and start to [re]build our faith from th ...…
 
‘I’ve Got Other Priorities’ (Luke 14) by Chris Todd – 15th July 2018 AM The post ‘I’ve Got Other Priorities’ (Luke 14) appeared first on Hadleigh Baptist Church.
 
• Elliott Mincberg: With Justice Kennedy’s Retirement, Trump Can Cement Extremist Supreme Court Majority for a Generation• Bill Fletcher Jr.: Janus SCOTUS Ruling Not About Free Speech, But a Drive to ‘Crush the Power of Organized Workers’• Jim Toren: 1,400-Mile Bike Ride Urges Freedom for Indigenous Political Prisoner Leonard PeltierFor more in ...…
 
New Between The Lines' theme music composed and produced by WPKN's Richard Hill• Pooja Gehi: Trump Supreme Court Nominee Threatens Civil, Women’s, Worker Rights and Mueller Probe• Scott Edwards: Amid Multiple Scandals, Trump EPA Head Pruitt Resigns, Replaced by Coal Lobbyist•Joanne Lewis and Sen. Richard Blumenthal: Lawsuit Targets Trump Separa ...…
 
On today’s GM Report to the Listeners at 12noon- Steve di Costanzo reviews recent WPKN activities and talks with Karyn Leito, a co-founder of the Black Rock Farmer’s Market (BRFM) and the Rev. Sara Smith from the United Congregational Church & its nonprofit nOURISH BRIDGEPORT, INC. that is taking over the operational activities; we will also ha ...…
 
A.N.G is in for a chat, as is Polly Haynes and we replay her session from Stephen Foster's show! We also have brand new music from Kevin Pearce and a jazz project from three of our favourite bands!
 
My next guest is Elio Villafranca. Elio has graced our airwaves twice before on this show, and he's back on the occasion of the release of his new double CD entitled Cinquue, described as a magnificent sweeping work.Cinque is a five movement suite inspired by the story of Joseph Cinque, who in 1839 led a successful revolt aboard the slave ship ...…
 
My guest on this episode of "Digging in the Dirt" is author & Artist Mary DeMocker out with a new book entitled the Parents Guide to Climate Revolution; 100 ways to build a fossil free future and raise empowered Kids. In 2013, Mary co-founded Eugene’s chapter of the international climate action group 350.org and became it's creative director. S ...…
 
Why did you start a law practice? Was it to help people struggling with family law issues or to work for yourself in a strong business? It is important to understand your “whys” -- the essential reasons for becoming a lawyer -- to build a foundation for your firm’s marketing. In this inaugural reboot episode of Lunch Hour Legal Marketing, new h ...…
 
Host: David GreenThis month's Spotlight on Arts and Culture show on WPKN Independent Community Radio next Mon. July 9, noon, we explore the implications and opportunities and challenges of the recent designation of Bridgeport's 1848 Freeman Houses as one of "America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places." In "Saving Bridgeport's Freeman Houses" ...…
 
What's Your Point (7-8-18)Garnett speaks live on the telephone with Mark Potok, Senior Fellow at Center for Analysis of the Radical Right. The discussion centers around whether or not there is an increase of racial extremism in the United States since the inauguration of this president; the crisis on the southern border; and the travel ban uphe ...…
 
We are excited to announce the relaunch of Lunch Hour Legal Marketing with legal marketing experts Gyi Tsakalakis and Kelly Street as hosts. This new show, which can be consumed during your lunch break, will feature high-profile marketing gurus as guests, both within the legal industry and across all fields of professional services.…
 
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has announced proposals to change building regulations to encourage the mandatory installation of electric vehicle charge points in new homes and offices. New street lighting columns which service on-street parking will also have charging points in appropriate locations. Along with these changes, the governmen ...…
 
New tracks from old favourites, and some fresh picks from the Uploader.
 
Bill Duesing, a major figure in the movement for an organic, solar-powered and sustainable world, gave this extended interview on May 28, three weeks after he had informed friends and colleagues that his life was rapidly coming to an end. Bill speaks in depth about his life and work as an environmental artist, activist, teacher, radio host, aut ...…
 
Bill Horan and NCC Student Zac Turkel talk with Frank Scalese, General Agent of Blue Ocean Wealth Solutions, A Member of the MassMutual Financial Group. Frank currently leads a team of over 100 financial professionals and 40 staff members, serving over 175,000 individuals, families and businesses. He was inspired by the ideas in the best-sellin ...…
 
Every single one of us is a work in process. We say process because not everybody is making progress. Some are falling behind, some think they know better yet don’t, and even other want to move forward, but lack the courage to actually take the step. In this series, we want to level the work site of life and start to [re]build our faith from eh ...…
 
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‘It Wasn’t My Fault!’ (Genesis 3) by Chris Todd – 8th July 2018 AM. The post ‘It Wasn’t My Fault!’ (Genesis 3) appeared first on Hadleigh Baptist Church.
 
What A Story! hosted by Ina Chadwick | aired live on WPKN saturday june 30, 2018stories about family ... not all sweetness and light ...Ina Chadwick: "It's a mostly relatives show. Colorful ancestors come alive with Fran Dorf's reading and my recounting of a few travels way back when and not so long ago."featured: Fran Dorf - recorded at Two Bo ...…
 
On Friday I spoke to Jenny Kendall-Tobias on BBC Radio Guernsey about children carrying mobile phones in classrooms. This followed an interview in the Daily Telegraph two weeks ago with Matt Hancock MP, Minister of State for Digital and Culture. He gave his views on the use of mobile phones in class by children and what he believed headteachers ...…
 
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