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Tim takes you on a rip roaring rock n' roll journey through the recess of 60's garage to the heights of post punk, sprinkled with hip music from today's ace players. Always the most modern music of its time. Sponsored by the Dandy Brewing Company
 
Welcome to The Nutrition Couch, a weekly podcast from two of Australia’s leading dietitians & nutritionists, Susie Burrell & Leanne Ward. This is the first nutrition podcast that looks at weekly food & health trends. Every Sunday at 7am AEST, we will be uploading an episode that covers nutrition news, trending food products, case studies and we will also be answering our listener questions. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast so you never miss an episode and follow us on social media @t ...
 
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Licking Non-Vanilla

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Licking Non-Vanilla

Ralph Greco Jr. & M.Christian

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Licking Non-Vanilla is a sex-positive hour of talk about kink, sexual mores and writing dirty words. So pull up your favorite easy chair, a cup of hot cup of cocoa and the lube, and sail into the dark, sweet waters of all things naughty... on Licking Non-Vanilla, with your hosts Ralph Greco Jr. and M.Christian.
 
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Divinely Uninspired

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Divinely Uninspired

Journey Church Shepherdsville

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Jeremy Willis and Rusty Wilson aren’t inspired. In fact, they are uninspired to such a degree that it borders on the divine. Thus, the name of Journey’s brand new podcast, DIVINELY UNINSPIRED. In every episode, the guys will have some fun discussing topics that you may or may not care about. Sometimes they don’t care about them either, and they will be sure to say so. From time to time there will even be special guests that are much smarter than both Jeremy and Rusty combined, which honestly ...
 
Each week, comedians Justin Scranton, Shane Smith, and Sam Mazany break down ridiculous conspiracies. This feed is the most recent ten episodes. Subscribe to Patreon for 110+ back episodes PLUS four exclusive episodes a month. Become a patron! https://www.patreon.com/conspiracybeerme​ Give us a follow at @conspiracybeerme on Instagram and Facebook! Review us on iTunes! www.conspiracybeerme.com
 
Welcome to the Weekend Dabblers Podcast!Almost everyone has a special hobby or interest that takes up their spare time. These people are called Dabblers. Dabblers never know everything, but know a little about a lot.Your host Peter and Justin are Dabblers just like you. Every week they’ll tackle a different topic that they dabble in or that listeners want to know more about.If you want to enjoy a funny banter about topics of all shapes and sizes, stick around and….PREPARE TO BE DABBLED!!!
 
The Livestock Conservancy is a nonprofit dedicated to protecting endangered livestock and poultry breeds from extinction. In this podcast, rare breed livestock and poultry experts share their best advice, challenges, and celebrations in chats about agriculture history, scientific breakthroughs, marketing, husbandry, genetics, farm life, and everything in between. Each month features a new species listed on the Conservation Priority List and new guests who share their stories about raising an ...
 
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The Comoot

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The Comoot

Comoot Podcast Network

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On The Comoot, Adam Taneski and Ruben Sooriya, two Australians in New York City, ask life’s many questions and get some answers from people that know a thing or two about it. It's business, it's personal. It's tech, it's food. It's society, it's culture, it's arts, it's sometimes full of s**t... this summer, it's a bit of news and a whole lot of fun.
 
Welcome to the Bonafide Moto Show, brought to you by Bonafide Moto Co - The Experience Generators. Normally, we're out on our motorcycles, or in our 4X4's travelling across Sub-Saharan Africa - sharing our beautiful part of the world with friends, and future friends...but this is where you can listen in online, to hear about those stories, get to know our fellow adventurers and have a good laugh with some friends around a virtual fireplace. #herestothenextadventure #adventurewith
 
Welcome to the Liberty Bible Church Podcast. We have been set free from the bondage of sin by the shed blood of our Savior, Jesus Christ. When we place our faith and trust in His finished work on the cross, we are set "free!" We are not free to do as we want, but free to serve and glorify God in all that we do.
 
El Niño and La Niña, the southwestern monsoon, tropical storm activity, increasing temperatures, fire risk and weather, drought and snowpack, and dwindling reservoir storage all pose challenges to the Southwest. In the ‘Southwest Climate Podcast’, we focus on details and nuance, but (generally) avoid excessive technical jargon. Our goal is to synthesize information and data from experts, forecasts, and models to provide listeners with a better understanding of climate and weather in the Sout ...
 
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One of South Africa’s leading asset managers Jean-Pierre Verster shared insight into South Africa’s food retailers from an investment angle. The big four food retailers – Shoprite, Woolies, Spar and Pick n Pay – are some of the country’s most well-known brands. Pick n Pay was the first retailer to announce results following the July riots, with the…
 
From Susie and Leanne on The Nutrition Couch this episode: We discuss food labels and whether Australia's Health Star Rating the best way to identify the healthiest supermarket foods; Our 'Client Case Study' is on polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and how women who have that condition should modify their diets; Our 'Product Review of the Week' is o…
 
QR codes could soon become a common way to pay, with Coles and Woolworths supporting a new QR payments platform developed by eftpos. To attract premium advertisers, TV network Seven has signed a deal to broadcast the Commonwealth Games in the UK next year. Canva wants to make design accessible to everyone and is now expanding into video editing. --…
 
The Los Angeles Flower District is the largest wholesale flower market in the U.S. But lately, the pickings have been slim. Like many industries, the flower market is facing a shortage. The CEO of the Society of American Florists joins us. And, since the Taliban took power from the Afghan government, there has been immense uncertainty for women in …
 
A single mother was evicted from her home in July after she contracted COVID-19 and was unable to work. Host Peter O'Dowd visits Shuntera Brown in Phoenix to learn how both events unraveled her family's life. And, when traumatic moments happen, Big Tech algorithms remember them and remind us of them online. Wired writer Lauren Goode discusses the d…
 
Described as magnificent and inspiring by esteemed voices across the world, the Cape Town Opera is an institution Capetonians and South Africans alike can be proud of. The winners of the 2013 International Opera Awards ‘Chorus of the Year’, it is the continent’s premier opera company and one of SA’s largest permanent non-profit performing arts orga…
 
Rusty and Jeremy are joined by Spencer and special guest Penny Durham. They talk about the breakthrough surgery that allows pig kidneys to be used in people. Lizzo made some news about "sacred dance" and they test Spencer's knowledge of things from the 80's and 90's. Jeremy shares his thoughts on what happens to animals when they die. Do our pets g…
 
CommBank is rolling out new payments terminals as it ramps up its fight against newer financial technology companies that have cut its lunch. Paypal is exploring an acquisition of social media company Pinterest for nearly $52 billion. Nestle has exceeded its own expectations for the last 3 months, after increasing prices by 2% for some of its top b…
 
The group Beyond Plastics is out with a new report that says in the next decade, plastic will emit more climate-changing greenhouse gases than coal-fired power plants. Beyond Plastics President Judith Enck explains why she thinks plastic is the new coal. And, over the course of her career, a Latina woman on average earns about $1 million less than …
 
Hundreds of nurses at Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts, walked off the job on March 8, 2021, and have been on strike ever since. Marie Ritacco, one of the nurses on strike, and Vicki Good, a nurse and past president of the American Association of Critical-care Nurses, join us. And, cuts to Biden's spending package diminished the e…
 
In this episode of the BizNews Power Hour, a second insert in two days from Dr Frans Cronje, this time focusing on what the Polls are telling us will happen in SA's November local elections; Joburg's ANC Mayor Mpho Moerane shares his plans for the city going forward - should he retain the position; Investment heavyweights Piet Viljoen and Jean-Pier…
 
News headlines: * South Africa has recorded a daily average of just 637 new Covid-19 cases over the past week. The last time the country saw levels of infection this low was during the early stages of the pandemic in May 2020.* Scientists around the world are closely tracking a descendent of the highly infectious Delta variant that has been found i…
 
Counterpoint money manager Piet Viljoen talks us through what was a busy week for local and international markets. Viljoen – rational as always – talks highly of Bernard Swanepoel, a decorated mining executive who was recently appointed to the board of debt-laden construction company Aveng. He believes Swanepoel’s in-depth mining experience will be…
 
Mayor Mpho Moerane has been in office since the beginning of October after the deaths of his predecessors Geoff Makhubo and Jolidee Matongo. The newly appointed mayor has been open about his wishes for the city of Johannesburg and as local government elections draw closer and closer, Moerane remains dedicated to fulfilling his duty. In a recent int…
 
Mishal Patel, Sable International's British and nationality expert, joins Bronwyn Nielsen of BizNews to shed light on the intricacies of obtaining British citizenship. Patel specialises in isolating claims to British nationality for those who have connections to former British Territories, those who are resident in the UK, and those adopted by Brit…
 
Brenthurst Wealth founder Magnus Heystek comes to us from Mauritius, a destination he believes provides an opportunity from an investment perspective. Much like South Africa, Mauritius is dependent on tourism and, as a result, the economy has suffered during the coronavirus pandemic. However, Heystek paints a picture of an economic revival, with th…
 
Victorians are waking up to their final day of tough COVID restrictions, with a special exemption being made for business owners to break lockdown hours earlier to prepare for customers at midnight; New South Wales SES has been bombarded with hundreds of calls for help after a supercell storm left widespread damage around Coffs Harbour; and authori…
 
Flight Centre thinks it can get back to monthly profits this financial year, as the travel industry gets ready to swing back into action. Netflix has added 4.4 million subscribers, and has praised Squid Game for its much needed growth. Global pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson is expecting $3.3 billion of vaccine sales this year. --- October …
 
We speak to Larry Smith, editor of the new book "A Terrible Horrible No Good Year," a collection of essays and six-word memoirs about the pandemic written by teachers, students and parents. And, executive privilege has been invoked by former President Donald Trump and his former staffer Steve Bannon — but what is its history? Timothy Noah, staff wr…
 
Chef Russell Jackson opened a restaurant in Harlem, New York, about six months before the pandemic began. During that time he became vocal about what it means to be a Black chef. He discusses restaurant recovery and race. And, this month, Yosemite National Park opened a restored Chinese laundry building on its grounds. The public exhibit will highl…
 
Get to know the critically-endangered San Clemente Island Goat breed with Sarah Butcher Howell, Charlene Couch, and Brittany Sweeney. On this goat chat, Sarah talks about the incredible versatility of this breed and the importance of building community among breeders. Sarah and her husband Stephen own Skara Brae Homestead (@SkaraBraeHomesteadVa) in…
 
Dr Frans Cronje, who recently retired after 18 years at the Institute for Race Relations, visited KZN last week to get a first hand look at what remains in the aftermath of July's riots. It confirmed his thesis that South Africa is breaking into smaller units. In the best cases, communities which stood togewther during the anarchy are stepping into…
 
In this episode of the BizNews Power Hour, the IRR's former CEO Dr Frans Cronje reports back after a four day road trip through small town KZN which has changed drastically since the July riots; Magnus Heystek connects from Mauritius, seeing plenty of growth in his two year absence; Jaltech co-founder Gaurav Nair unpacks the innovative cryptocurren…
 
News headlines: * The University of Cape Town (UCT) council has approved in principle a proposal to make Covid-19 vaccinations mandatory for both staff and students.* The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) of South Africa has reiterated that voters will not be expected to provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination to cast their ballots in the upcomi…
 
South Africa is known for sunny skies, glorious scenery…and as the hijacking capital of the world. As South Africans become wearisome, many are looking at alternative ways to protect themselves and their assets in crime-riddled SA. Once the reserve of VIPs and politicians, bulletproofing is slowly becoming mainstream. BizNews Motoring correspondent…
 
Jaltech co-founder Gaurav Nair shared his insight into regulated cryptocurrency products, the first of its kind in South Africa. It has been the Achilles heel of all financial advisers in recent months, with the rise in popularity of crypto. However, the financial services watchdog in South Africa – the FSCA – has stated on several occasions that t…
 
Download for Mobile | Podcast Preview | Full Timestamps Dishonored Does A Jojo Literally Running Through The SMT Timeline How Mass Effect 3 Should Have Ended Nintendo Online + Snake Oil Expansion You can watch us record the podcast live on twitch.tv/castlesuperbeast Go to http://manlybands.com/superbeast to get 21% off plus a free silicone ring! --…
 
Fully vaccinated New South Wales residents can now travel to Victoria without needing to quarantine or provide a negative COVID test, after isolation rules were scrapped overnight; COVID-19 vaccine booster shots could be rolled out in Australia by Christmas, with the TGA waiting on a final application; and the parents of 4-year-old Cleo Smith, miss…
 
Mercedes-Benz will defend a $650m Federal Court action launched by a majority of its Australian dealerships. A four-year-old supermarket advertising startup, founded by a former AFL player, has been acquired for $205m by a French multinational. Microsoft is shutting down LinkedIn in China as internet censorship increases in the country. --- October…
 
Eat Offbeat is a catering business solely staffed by people who came to the country as refugees. Host Robin Young headed to Queens, New York, to meet and cook with the group. And, an incident of sexual assault on a SEPTA train outside Philadelphia has brought attention to the role of bystanders. Yolanda Edrington, director of the National Sexual Vi…
 
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Elizabeth Strout talks about her new novel "Oh William!" The book explores the relationship between Lucy Barton, a familiar character to Strout's readers, and her ex-husband William. And, composer Phil Woodmore is creating music to capture the grief felt during this pandemic. His works debuted at a public memorial earl…
 
In this episode of the BizNews Power Hour, Action SA's confident leader Herman Mashaba explains how his previous stint as Joburg's Mayor prepared him to identify and eject the Metro's ANC saboteurs; The Bureau of Investigative Journalism’s Global Editor James Ball unpacks episode 6 of Smoke Screen where the action turns deadly; NWU's Professor Ronn…
 
In the 2016 local elections, successful entrepreneur Herman Mashaba was the surprise victor in the majoral race, after being drafted into politics on a Democratic Alliance ticket. On November 1, he swaps the DA's blue for Action SA's green - standing as the candidate for the political party he founded in the aftermath of his period in office being …
 
Conclusions reached in a report into small town business in the North West province should be sending shock waves through South African society. Officially sanctioned, it is authored by NW University's Prof Ronnie Lotriet and supported by the NW Chamber of Business and SA's Department of Economic Development. The report exposes how around two third…
 
News headlines: * In a watershed moment for crypto, the first-ever bitcoin-linked ETF will start trading on the New York Stock Exchange today. The exchange-traded fund - launched by ProShares - will invest primarily in bitcoin futures contracts, rather than bitcoin itself.* Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk regained the title of the world's richest pe…
 
Queensland will reopen its borders by Christmas after Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk released the state's long-awaited roadmap; after 11 years as the Yellow Wiggle, Emma Watkins has announced she is leaving the iconic children's group; the search for a missing girl in Western Australia has taken a sinister turn, with growing fears 4-year-old Cleo Sm…
 
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