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The Resistance Broadcast is a weekly top-ranked Star Wars podcast! We give our takes on the latest news, have in-depth discussions from the history of the saga through today, from George Lucas to Disney, as well as a rotation of awesome segments, special guests, games, and as always, we include our viewers in every show!
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Jar Jar Binks became one of the most polarizing figures in cinematic history when he made his debut in Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace in 1999. He was even named "the most annoying movie character of all time" by Complex Magazine. After the release, Ahmed Best, the man who played Jar Jar, was hit with the full force of the backlash — and it nearly destroyed him. The Redemption of Jar Jar Binks is a six-part journey through the early internet to understand how one of the first-ever on ...
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That's No Moon: A Star Wars Legion Podcast. A UK & European Star Wars Legion Podcast. Expect unit reviews, battle reports and general Star Wars Legion chit chat from a UK and European perspective. That’s No Moon features three of the UK’s most known players in the UK Star Wars Legion scene. Andy Terrell, also known as AJST on discord is “pundit” number one. As current UK champion, tournament organiser and once described as the UK’s version of LJ Pena, what this man doesn’t know about Legion ...
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Star Wars Rebels Cast

Southgate Media Group

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Home to the unofficial podcast about Disney XD’s Star Wars Rebels. Episode recaps, news, analysis and predications are all discussed on this weekly show. Please rate us and subscribe to help more fans find our show. Learn more, contact us, and check out our other podcasts at www.southgatemediagroup.com.
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Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
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Starships, Sabers, & Scoundrels

Darth Taxus & Dennis Keithly on RetroZap!

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Starships, Sabers, & Scoundrels is a bi-weekly Star Wars discussion show. Join Darth Taxus and Dennis as they break down recent news, preview upcoming Star Wars celebrity events, engage in what they hope is entertaining Star Wars discussion, and answer listener email. Starships, Sabers, & Scoundrels can be found on social media too. Check us out on Twitter @scubedpod, and on Facebook at facebook.com/scubedpod.
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The Great, Spiritual Awakening of Humanity and Freedom For All Primal, Sovereign Souls is here... Grab a ton of laughs while receiving happy doses of Truth from enlightened tell-it-like-it-is Patriots the world over, as we uplift Humanity’s Consciousness sharing MUST KNOW news, ancient secrets, red pills, feel-good stories, star magic, next-gen tech (like straight outta Star Trek,) plus tips, tricks, and success stories of folks from all backgrounds here to wake up the world. (Doesn’t get mu ...
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Are there any parallels between real life conspiracies and events in the Star Wars universe? What about conspiracies in the Star Wars universe itself? This podcast discusses both. Open your mind and let the force flow! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/conspiracyintheforce/support
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Thunder Pop

Steven Presley, Steven Presley

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The man who played internet Super Hero Captain Badass is back! Steven Presley is an Actor, writer, DJ and creator of the absurd, and now he is hosting a podcast about Pop Culture with a humorous out-of-the-box approach you will likely see everywhere else-- but what the heck give them a listen anyway. He and his panelists pull no punches unless they are trying to kiss someone's specific ass for their own gains. Steven Presley has been featured on Attack of the Show, Current TV, Tech TV SXSW C ...
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Grand Moff Talkin'

Not Good Not Bad Productions

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Have you ever seen Star Wars? Probably. Has there ever been a Star Wars-based podcast? Ad nauseam! So, what makes THIS show so different? Leading up to The Rise of Skywalker, Landon Sheetz and Joey Loboda (of Lunch Break Podcast "fame") will take on each of the 9 films in chronological order, acting as though they know nothing of the ensuing story to come (Who is Anakin? Why is Episode 3 followed by a movie called Solo? Junk like that). By engaging the films in this way, they hope to discuss ...
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Join our host Marie-Claire Gould (@mariecgould) and guest for this episode Missy to discuss Nostalgia & Star Wars. The Future of Nostalgia by Svetlana Boym Mad Men – https://youtu.be/suRDUFpsHus?si=Hv0TKc5VZa7TnoIX Bugs Bunny in Disneyland – https://abcnews.go.com/Technology/story?id=98195&page=1 When Nostalgia Tilts to Sad: Anticipatory and Person…
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A wave of tornadoes cut brutal paths of destruction through many towns over the weekend, killing at least 21 people, including two children. Some experts say this tornado season is looking like the most active since 2017. Geoff Bennett discussed what's happening now and the concerns as hurricane season approaches with Jeff Berardelli, chief meteoro…
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Global outcry continued Monday after an Israeli airstrike on a tent camp in the southern Gaza city of Rafah killed dozens of Palestinians. Israel said it was targeting two Hamas leaders. The strike comes just days after the International Court of Justice ordered Israel to halt its offensive in Rafah. Amna Nawaz reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by…
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In our news wrap Monday, a government official in Papua New Guinea says more than 2,000 people were buried alive in Friday's landslide, Spain pledged to supply Ukraine with more air defense missiles, the IAEA says Iran has further enlarged its stockpile of uranium enriched to near-weapons-grade levels and basketball legend Bill Walton died after a …
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Israel's airstrike on a tent camp in Rafah killed scores of civilians and led to more global outcry. To discuss how it happened and its wider significance, Amna Nawaz spoke with Noura Erakat, an associate professor at Rutgers University and a human rights lawyer, and retired Israeli Col. Pnina Sharvit Baruch, a senior research fellow at the Israel …
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This month marked four years since the murder of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis. Floyd's killing sparked a global uprising and sweeping promises of racial justice and police reform. But four years later, there's been some backlash to the changes that were set into motion and in some cases, public attitudes have changed. Geoff Be…
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On this Memorial Day, nearly 81,000 American service personnel remain missing from previous wars. The vast majority were lost some 80 years ago in World War II. Cutting-edge technology is allowing the military to identify remains thought to be unidentifiable. It is allowing the military to fulfill its promise to leave no one behind. Nick Schifrin r…
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NPR's Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter join Amna Nawaz to discuss the latest political news, including where the 2024 presidential race stands ahead of the summer campaign season, where President Biden is trailing in the polls, a shift in the electorate and misconceptions about the economy. PBS NewsHour is su…
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With graduation season in full swing, the class of 2024 is reflecting on a highly unusual four years of school. Their freshman experience was marked by pandemic lockdowns, but that was just the first in a chain of momentous global events. We spoke to some members of this class about how they're looking back and forward. PBS NewsHour is supported by…
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In our news wrap Sunday, powerful storms killed at least 14 people across Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas and delayed the start of the Indy 500, Israel and Hamas exchanged fire across Gaza's border, at least 123 people died in intensified fighting in Sudan, the UN estimates more than 670 people are buried beneath Papua New Guinea's massive landslide, …
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Tyson Foods is one of the world's biggest meat and poultry producers. According to the Union of Concerned Scientists, it's also a major polluter in the United States. A new report from the group says Tyson plants dumped more than 371 million pounds of pollutants into U.S. waterways between 2018 and 2022. John Yang speaks with UCS research director …
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The five-year farm bill is working its way through Congress, and one major sticking point this year is funding for the federal program that helps low-income people buy food. An analysis by the Urban Institute found that SNAP benefits in 2023 did not cover the rising cost of groceries in 98 percent of U.S. counties. Ali Rogin speaks with Urban Insti…
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The end of the school year often means year-end concerts for student orchestras and choirs. For high school music educator Annie Ray, it's time to look back on a busy year that included a Grammy award and look ahead at her vision of what education should be. Ali Rogin sits down with Ray for the latest installment of our "Weekend Spotlight" series. …
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In our news wrap Saturday, Israel pressed ahead with its assault on Rafah despite international criticism, a Russian strike on a residential area of Kharkiv killed at least two people, Secretary of Defense Austin resumed his duties after undergoing a medical treatment at Walter Reed, and the TSA says it screened nearly 3 million passengers at airpo…
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Four years ago today, the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers ignited international protests over racism and calls for police reforms. Despite that global reach, it is still very much a local trauma for Minneapolis. John Yang speaks with Minnesota Public Radio senior reporter Jon Collins about how the lasting effects of Floyd's d…
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Along the Russia-Ukraine border, badly stretched Ukrainian forces are struggling to deny Russia a foothold. The town of Vovchansk, three miles inside the border, has seen some of the fiercest fighting since Russia launched its offensive in 2022. John Ray of Independent Television News joined soldiers from Ukraine's 57th Brigade there and has this r…
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What constitutes sexual education and the grade in which it's taught varies greatly in America, and 2024 is shaping up to set a record for legislative proposals mostly aimed at restricting the subject in schools. Sara Flowers, vice president of education at Planned Parenthood Federation of America, joins Ali Rogin to discuss the increasingly compli…
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Anna May Wong was a pioneering actress considered to be the first major Asian American film star, despite the limits imposed by Hollywood's racism. As this year's Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month draws to a close, we bring you her story as part of our "Hidden Histories" series. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https…
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In our news wrap Friday, the U.N.'s top court ordered Israel to stop military operations in Rafah but did not require a full cease-fire, an American missionary couple was killed by gang members in Haiti, more than 100 people in Papua New Guinea are feared dead after a massive landslide and Defense Secretary Austin is undergoing a medical procedure …
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In a historic first, the NCAA and the nation's Power Five conferences reached a deal to pay their athletes. The general terms of a settlement will see the NCAA pay nearly $2.8 billion in damages over 10 years to nearly 14,000 players. It also creates a new system that allows schools to use up to $21 million a year to pay student-athletes. Geoff Ben…
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A bill that would restrict access to abortion pills has been signed into law in Louisiana. The law reclassifies the drugs as a controlled substance, grouping them with Xanax and Valium. Possession without a prescription from a specially licensed doctor could be punishable by 5 years in prison. Amna Nawaz discussed more with Dr. Jennifer Avegno, dir…
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Myanmar's civil war has taken a critical turn in recent weeks following a series of defeats for the military junta that reclaimed power in 2021. The exiled civilian government, deposed in that coup, says victory for their resistance is coming soon. But there are fears of a violent struggle as the military attempts to regain lost ground. Special cor…
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New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart join Amna Nawaz to discuss the week in politics, including Nikki Haley's announcement she's backing Donald Trump, how voters may react to the verdict in Trump's criminal trial and President Biden's attempt to appeal to Black and Hispanic voters as polls sho…
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Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of the summer travel season and that means a lot of driving and flying. When discussing greenhouse gas emissions, the focus is usually on cars and trucks since they generate the most. But the aviation sector is under pressure to reduce its carbon footprint. Science correspondent Miles O'Brien looks at ef…
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A historic bicentennial anniversary is upon us. The humble pint is now 200 years old. That staple measurement of bar life was first introduced in 1824 to placate British drinkers who claimed taverns were cheating them of precious ale. Now those public houses are facing a crisis: what happens when the public no longer heads to the pub? Special corre…
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The Acolyte is just 10 days away and we’re even deeper into speculation and theories. We have connected a lot of dots based on the new TV spots, clips, and interviews. Is it TWINS? Is it possession? Have we unlocked the secret? Listen and find out!That and more, including Will of the Force and your questions! The Resistance base is open to all, so …
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Gift a Prayer or donate $5.00 to Decorated HERO Norman Traversy (cutoff his fire fighter disability for suing Trudeau & RCMP!) 👉 http://www.GiveSendGo.com/werisetheyfall Join Dan Oke and the Civilian Grand Jury Convening on June 3 @ 9:00am 775 Hurontario St. Brampton, ON Canada holding to task those whom violated Nuremberg Code, Geneva Convention a…
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Ukraine is desperately trying to hold off a new Russian offensive that threatens its second-largest city. U.S. officials tell the NewsHour that the administration is debating whether to lift a restriction on the use of American weapons to target Russian weapons in Russia. Nick Schifrin discussed that with former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine William T…
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In our news wrap Thursday, President Biden plans to designate Kenya as a major non-NATO ally, Senate Democrats launched an investigation into Donald Trump's reported offer to roll back environmental policies in exchange for $1 billion in campaign donations and Louisiana lawmakers passed a bill today that would re-classify two abortion-inducing medi…
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The Department of Justice wants the courts to break up Ticketmaster parent company Live Nation, the biggest concert promoter in the U.S. The company has faced intense scrutiny over prices and tickets selling out and reappearing on resale sites. More than two dozen states and the District of Columbia joined the lawsuit. California Attorney General R…
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The Supreme Court struck down a challenge to a congressional map in South Carolina that civil rights groups argued was a racial gerrymander. In a 6-3 decision, the conservative majority delivered a win to Republicans who said they used politics, not race, as the key factor when drawing the district bounds. Geoff Bennett discussed the decision with …
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The New York Times reports that an "Appeal to Heaven" flag, which has origins dating to the Revolutionary War but is now associated with Christian nationalism and efforts to overturn President Biden's election win, was seen flying outside Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito's New Jersey beach home last year. White House Correspondent Laura Barrón-Ló…
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College presidents were grilled again by the House Education Committee. The committee has held a series of hearings about antisemitism and protests, often focusing on private Ivy League schools. The focus has shifted to include public universities and the same tensions and allegations played out during a tense hearing. Ali Rogin reports. PBS NewsHo…
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For many people, the humble goldfish is their first pet. Swimming in a tank in your house, it's hard to imagine it's much of a threat. But released into the Great Lakes, this iconic fish can imperil the fragile ecosystem of the largest freshwater system in the world. Christopher Booker has the story. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.o…
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In its early days, "Black Twitter'' became a driving force in defining pop culture, creating trending hashtags, unforgettable memes and sparking social justice movements. A Hulu docuseries looks at its history, impact and legacy. Amna Nawaz discussed "Black Twitter: A People's History" with director Prentice Penny. It's part of our arts and culture…
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Search efforts continue in Iowa where a devastating tornado tore through a small city and led to multiple deaths. It was part of a series of twisters hitting the state on Monday. The most powerful tornado cut through the heart of Greenfield, a small community about 50 miles southwest of Des Moines. Geoff Bennett reports. PBS NewsHour is supported b…
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In our news wrap Wednesday, Norway, Ireland and Spain declared that they will formally recognize a Palestinian state, the families of 19 victims of the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, are suing nearly 100 state police officers for the botched response, the Biden administration is canceling another round of student loans and Nikki Haley says she'l…
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In Congress, the top Democrats on two committees are asking the Department of Justice to launch a sweeping investigation of big oil corporations. They allege that the companies have deceived the public for decades about their complicity in climate change and willingness to address it. Lisa Desjardins discussed more with Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin…
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This week on the campaign trail, Donald Trump suggested he was open to restricting birth control or allowing states to do so. He later walked it back on Truth Social, saying he will "never advocate imposing restrictions on birth control." President Biden and Trump are proposing vastly different visions for reproductive rights and healthcare. White …
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Violent crime has been on a downward trend across the country since the pandemic-era spike. But today, several cities are reporting a new rise in violent crimes involving youth. In many of these cases, police say social media played a central role. Stephanie Sy reports on the challenges of addressing teen violence. PBS NewsHour is supported by - ht…
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The family of an American psychotherapist detained in Syria says the U.S. government has informed them he has died in custody. Majd Kamalmaz was one of a half dozen Americans believed held by Bashar al-Assad's regime, some of whom have allegedly suffered torture, or have even been murdered. Nick Schifrin spoke with two of Kamalmaz's daughters, Ulaa…
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More than 60 years after he was selected but ultimately passed over to become this country's first Black astronaut, Ed Dwight finally made it to space. He flew aboard Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket as it skimmed space on a roughly ten-minute flight. Geoff Bennett sat down with Dwight to discuss his long journey. PBS NewsHour is supported by - htt…
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She's a novelist turned naturalist. New York Times best-selling author Amy Tan has turned her intense gaze to the world of birds and shared her private drawings and musings in a new book. Jeffrey Brown joined Tan at her Northern California home to discuss "The Backyard Bird Chronicles" for our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is suppor…
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The legal fallout from alleged efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election continued in Arizona on Tuesday. Rudy Giuliani and nearly a dozen other allies of Donald Trump were arraigned on charges connected to the plot to install fake electors to back Trump despite President Biden winning the state in the 2020 election. Geoff B…
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Donald Trump's defense team rested its case Tuesday in the trial brought against the former president by the Manhattan District Attorney's Office. Next week, both sides will make their closing statements to the jury and then deliberations will begin. While this case is often called a hush money trial, the charges against the former president are mo…
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