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Updated March 2020
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Freshly Brewed is a Magic: The Gathering Podcast hosted by two of the most passionate deck brewers in the game: Frank Lepore and Ali Aintrazi. Join them each week as they discuss the latest goings-on along with their favorite cards that no one is playing...yet. You can follow them both on Twitter at @FrankLepore and @AliEldrazi
We bring you all the latest happenings in the Cincinnati Beer Community, from the voices of the people who make it all happen. Talking to the owners, the brewers and the drinkers of Cincinnati Beer we will always attempt to show you that craft beer isn’t always just about what’s in the glass, sometimes there’s a bigger picture involved!
A Miami Guy talking to various movers and shakers who operate in South Florida. Exploring how they're currently shaping Miami and the world beyond. All Love and Positivity Darwin Figueroa © Fresh or Phresh 2018 in association with Cafeteria Film Studios Miami, Fl
Organizer and activist DeRay Mckesson explores news, culture, social justice, and politics with analysis from fellow activists Brittany Packnett and Sam Sinyangwe and writer Clint Smith III. DeRay also dives in deep with experts, influencers, and diverse local and national leaders to better understand the issues. New episodes every Tuesday.
A podcast broadcasting Anarchist texts and audiobooks
Dr. Flavio Balerini shares how to improve your life by changing your mind about yourself. We talk about therapy, coaching, philosophy and mysticism.
Todd Nief's Show is about unpacking the models that people use to think about the world and solve problems in complex areas like fitness, business, nutrition, music, and academia.
Andrew & Lindsey sip on wine and talk about hot topics
Unfurling fresh ideas and sounds along with the best radio documentaries and features from here and overseas.
Every other Friday, Doug McCambridge and Jamie Lorello discuss a film from the 1980s. Some are films we haven't seen since we were kids and offer a fresh perspective. Others are films we've never seen before but probably should have. Do they hold up? Are they classics? Or would these films just be better off having been lost to time?
INFINITY CHURCH - a part of International Network of Churches - South Morang, Melbourne, Australia Sending the message out.
A podcast produced by long time recordist Clinton Vadnais featuring live concert recordings from his personal collection. From deep in the archives or fresh from the press. You never know what may be shared and aired on any given show. Subscribe to be sure not to miss an episode! If you like what you hear share, share, share! http://www.clintonvadnais.com/cleantonescollection
Welcome to Spreading the Good Stuff - a podcast for regional women who want to thrive in their work, wellness, family and community. We share stories of triumph, challenge, growth and change in business and in life - and offer helpful insights and advice to empower you to live your best life - however that looks for you.
Rabbit Yoder and Pine Fresh Downlow Brownlow host the (very) unofficial podcast of Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage, a community seeking sustainability in Northeast Missouri. They turn over the blessings and curses of off grid living and feature interviews with various Dancing Rabbit residents.
This is F1 And Done. We will be doing our best to provide an American barstool style of biting, fanboy commentary on Formula 1. We’ll be recording podcasts after every Grand Prix. Our goal is to share a few laughs, offer opinions, and enjoy the unique sport of Formula 1 racing.
The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast is the must-listen tennis catch-up served by fans, for fans looking for a fresh slice on the world’s favourite racket sport. The latest tennis news, results and major talking points from the ATP, WTA circuits as well as British Tennis. Delivered weekly with your tennis fanatics Joel and Kim as they candidly chat through all the biggest on- and off-court moments during the season from the fan's courtside view. Ready? Play!
A brave new take on a formula that certainly works! Clearly Unoriginal is here to give you something that is already very familiar but to give you personality and entertainment along with new games and fresh information from the game industry. We plan to go beyond games and into all entertainment!
UK weekly Internet & DAB radio show on Starpoint Radio - Bringing you the very best in Upfront Modern Soul, R&B and Gospel.Catch the show every Wednesday 7pm on www.StarpointRadio.com - DAB - TuneIn The Shows are available here on Podomatic as well as iTunes as a Podcast, remember to subscribe.Stay blessed,Jaiwww.sosoulful.co.uk
Podcasts, video blog audio, and episodes of Broken Barbie Show series
Host Julie Amacher provides an in-depth exploration of a new classical music release each week.
Fresh reggae mixes presented inna riddim stylee with minimal effects, a little dubbing and that is basically it. Mixes will be themed in some way or another. Track Names should be there for almost all the songs on all the mixes, and available for purchase in some way or another.
RAJIV MALHOTRA is an Indian–American researcher, writer, speaker and public intellectual on current affairs as they relate to civilizations, cross-cultural encounters, religion and science. Rajiv is a “game-changer”, having influenced thinkers around the world. He provides fresh perspectives on India, comparative religion, globalization, and East-West relations. The author of hundreds of articles and several books, including, most recently, “Being Different: An Indian Challenge to Western Un ...
Welcome to the church multiplication collective podcast! The Church Multiplication Collective is an intentional community of pastors and leaders committed to DISCOVERING, DEVELOPING, and DEPLOYING workers for the Lord’s harvest, until we have a transforming presence in every zip code. This podcast is all about learning how to be an effective church multiplier and helping you become a catalyst for God’s missional movement on earth wherever you are.
On Leading Change uncovers fresh ideas and actionable insights from people on the leading edge of social change. Whether they’re working in government, nonprofits, or starting their own social enterprise – these are the leaders moving our world forward. Each week we discuss the moments that defined their path and unpack their hard-earned knowledge to inspire and accelerate action. Hosted by Jo-Ann Tan, Director of +Acumen – The World’s School for Social Change. Discover more at plusacumen.or ...
Driven by unique video and content, Get Married is the only multi-channeled wedding resource with platforms online - www.GetMarried.com - and on Lifetime Television every weekday. Hosted by Colin Cowie, lifestyle expert and celebrity event designer, Get Married offers a fresh and entertaining approach to wedding planning, providing tips and trends from the most sought-after wedding professionals as well as interactive tools and local resources. Get Married is the most-watched wedding enterta ...
By the definition of bestselling author and acclaimed Socratic Method specialist Christopher Phillips, PhD, an openist is someone who tries to be... open -- to new perspectives, new ideas, new possibilities for human being and doing and making. Podcast host Christopher Phillips, PhD, who has Greek and U.S. citizenship and has authored the international bestsellers 'Socrates Cafe: A Fresh Taste of Philosophy' and 'Six Questions of Socrates: A Modern-Day Journey of Discovery through World Phil ...
Stylist, Style Blogger, and now Podcast Host, Sharra Greene speaks on her journey, both as a style consultant and as a young woman constantly learning and growing through life’s challenges. She offers fresh perspectives on different topics surrounding fashion, business, lifestyle, and well being. More than just another fashion podcast, Sharra and featured guests candidly share their experiences and lessons they've learned that can enhance not only your personal style, but your entire lifesty ...
Your favorite Black uncles and aunties discussing movies, TV and music, old and new, with deep-dive analyses into the past, present and future of popular culture
Rachel Church, Nights Classical Music Regular is on the line with some music. She will give us a brief history of the lullaby and we'll lay some Brahms (in costar/nites/music transfers) Normally at this time - karyn hay is discussing new music we thought we'd the musical thing going but maybe for the next few weeks - go for something on the chill s…
Bryan talks to Jennifer Balle from the Waipiata Motel in the Central Otago.
New Zealander Alistair Cameron was one of the estimated ten thousand New Zealanders making their way back to New Zealand - ahead of lockdowns,not just here but around the world. The technical director of Cirque do Soleil - was busy setting its next gig in Melbourne - when the word came through that all shows were off thanks to Covid... He flew back…
Bryan talks to RNZ Pacific's Moera Tuilaepa Taylor about what's happening in the Pacific region.
Bryan chats with RNZ's Susana Leiataua as she works from home during the Covid-19 lockdown.
You can find the full text here https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/anonymous-in-defense-of-smashing-cameras This text presents an argument in favor of smashing cameras and against the practice of photographing demonstrations. Arguing that the practice of taking photos is detrimental to social struggles as it increases repression, encourages pa…
The great majority of us are stuck in our homes and perhaps we're looking for something to entertain us and pass the time. Here is a Schitt's Creek podcast that Doug hosts with his wife. New episodes come out on weeks opposite Good Times Great Movies. You can binge the show on Netflix and subscribe to the podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us…
By Flavio Balerini, Ph.D.
By Flavio Balerini, Ph.D.
We drop into the lockdown life of Stacey Dixon, a Kiwi living in Norway.
Dominic Godfrey joins us with an update on covid-19 from the RNZ Pacific team.
Andrew & Lindsey are pulling an all-nighter! Be sure to head to freshethicmedia.com to read the blog post about how Lindsey is spending her time awake. A & L talk the decline of co-working spaces, Amy Klobuchar's husband, Evageline Lilly, feminine hygiene products in prisons, Kimye & Taylor Swift, and what happens to delegates when someone drops ou…
Drawing on Co-housing in Denmark, the United States, Germany and in Australia, and translating them into an urban, New Zealand context, a group of Wellington families are collectively building their homes as a co-housing apartment building. Hannah Schickedanz from the Urban Habitat Collective joins us to tell us about it.…
This week on New Classical Tracks, Angele Dubeau and her all-female ensemble wrap up Women's History Month with music that marks our time on 'Pulsations.'
For many people this is a time of hightened anxiety and for alcoholics and addicts in recovery this can be a trying time for their sobriety. Self-described comedian and depressed alcoholic James Nokise is on the line to start a converstaion about coping strategies and finding help.
This week, DeRay, Brittany, Clint, and Sam discuss the coronavirus and its influence on food stamp recipients, abortion clinic closures, thermometer technology, and victims of domestic violence. Then, DeRay sits down with Rep. Maxine Waters to talk about the battles she's facing in D.C. and her hopes for our national recovery. https://www.nytimes.c…
Chief Economist at The New Zealand Initiative and Nights Regular, Eric Crampton has been taking a look at potential economic policy responses to Covid-19 pandemic. He joins us with more.
People are predictably irrational, right? We have a poor intuitive understanding of statistics, we leap to drawing cause and effect relationships where none exist, we don’t understand exponential growth very well, and we gorge ourselves on junk food and junk television. We’re broken! While there are all kinds of quirks to our built-in reasoning har…
This one’s a great one. As the world attempts to socially distance themselves from the global Covid-19 pandemic, it’s a breath of fresh air to listen to this show that we recorded last month. Sitting around a table, sharing some beers and getting a little nerdy… it’s exactly what I wish I could be doing right now. I was joined by Shawn Carson from …
Helene Elliot from the LA Times joins us with the sports news from Los Angeles
The letter can be read here https://enoughisenough14.org/2020/03/20/covid-19-no-one-is-safe-until-all-are-protected-open-letter-from-the-transbalkan-solidarity-group/ Open letter by the Transbalkan Solidarity Group about the impact of the Coronavirus on Migrants on the Balkan route.By audibleanarchism
The things God asks us to do may seem a bit crazy to others, but later it shows as Faith.
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In the latest episode of The Passing Shot, the tennis podcast by fans, for fans, Joel and Kim discuss all the updates from the world of tennis, most notably the bold decision by the French Tennis Federation to move the French Open to take place just days after the scheduled US Open. Joel and Kim debate what implications this could theoretically hav…
By Flavio Balerini, Ph.D.
By Flavio Balerini, Ph.D.
By Flavio Balerini, Ph.D.
The booklet can be found here https://archive.org/details/2019ncov/... This radio drama and the pamphlet it was based on were made by the DIY health care group Four Thieves Vinegar Collective who also made the open source Epi-pencil. Audible Anarchist played no part in its production so can't comment on the veracity of the information, but it is ho…
MacDiarmid Institute Associate Investigator and Senior Scientist at the Robinson Research Institute of Victoria University of Wellington Chris Bumby gives us his scietific take on Mithril from Lord of the Rings.
We’ve reached out 50th episode. Thank you so much for your continued support and love. On our 50th episode we sat down with Mr. Ricky Valido from the Hialeah Hillbillies. I was an honor 2 have a rising star on the 50th. This kid is a representation of Miami Creative Hustle. He’s going places and sharing that Dade county love everywhere he can. #She…
In this episode we talk to Lauren Mathers from Barham's Bundarra Berkshires about equality in business and in life. This is a live recording of an interview between Christy and Lauren at the recent International Women's Day event held on the Victorian-NSW border towns of Echuca Moama. In this insightful chat, Lauren shares her struggles as a mum, b…
Just how welcoming is New Zealand? We're joined by Humanities head at Massey and applied linguistics professor Cynthia White who has been researching the effectiveness of the Welcoming Communities programme developed with Immigration New Zealand and adopted by councils around NZ.
Novelist Elizabeth Knox recently made a speech the New Zealand Festival of the Arts' Writers Programme 2020 about imagination. She joins us to tell us more.
This week on New Classical Tracks, Margaret Batjer marks her 20th year as concertmaster of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra with 'Jalbert, Bach, Part and Vasks,' which features a newly commissioned violin concerto.
This week DeRay, Brittany, Clint, and Sam discuss the spread of coronavirus and America's responses regarding law enforcement, prison populations, border enforcement, and the elevated risked to the African-American population. Then, DeRay sits down to discuss COVID-19 with Andy Slavitt, former Acting Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Me…
University of Canterbury mechanical engineering Professor Susan Krumdieck makes her debut as a Nights regular pundit. Tonight she takes a look at if and how how covid-19 might affect the transition to a lower carbon economy.
I feel like there is only one sports story in town at the moment. The impacts of Covid-19 are very much being felt the sporting arena, with virtually every sport affected in some way. Dana Johannsen joins us with the details.
The translation and imitation of Latin poets has been a consistent feature of modern New Zealand poetry in English. Working with The University of Canterbury's Teece Museum. Professor Harrison, Fellow and Tutor in Classics at Corpus Christi College, Oxford and Professor of Latin Literature in the University of Oxford is exploring the influence of C…
It’s insane that this is how we start our sixth ‘Volume’ of the show… it’s all shut down for now, Every bar and restaurant. I started putting this episode together not knowing that we’d be here by the weekend… but here we are. An interview with the amazing folks at Brewgooder has transitioned into a show where a couple places talked about what they…
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Ps. Craig shares a message to help everyone move from fear to faith.
CW: Mentions of violent assault and sexual abuse.Full text here https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/victoria-law-not-helpless-victims A short piece about resistance in the prison system by incarcerated women and lists some ways to show them solidarity.By audibleanarchism
Reem Abbas joins us once again from Sudan bringing us up to date on the assassination attempt on Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and it's global context.
Rhododendron and similar plants, contain toxic chemicals called grayanotoxins. These toxins can accumulate in honey, particularly around the Black Sea region of Turkey. Leo Schepp from Toxinform joins us from a trip to the US to tell us more.
Artist and photographer, Ramyond Sagapolutele joins us once again with an eye on the life, art and culture of South Auckland.