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Do you love fiction fight debates? Then Crossover Collision is the podcast for you! Join The Professor Evan the Great and JVD as the break down the attributes and abilities of your favorite fictional characters before discussion the important details and questions of how a fight plays out between! Follow The Villains Demand where you surf social media!
 
Each week, It's Been a Minute features people in the culture who deserve your attention. Plus weekly wraps of the news with journalists in the know. Join us to make sense of the world through conversation. If you can't get enough, try It's Been a Minute Plus. Your subscription supports the show and unlocks a sponsor-free feed. Learn more at plus.npr.org/itsbeenaminute
 
A football podcast with host, former non-league footballer, Jamie Holme, Ex Nottingham Forest & Leicester City defender, Alan Rogers & Head Coach, Christy Holly & Non League striker, James McCarthy. Each episode, the lads give their unfiltered opinions on the Premier League and the biggeest stories from the world of football.
 
RUBBER is the story of Robert, an inanimate tire that has been abandoned in the desert, and suddenly and inexplicably comes to life. As Robert roams the bleak landscape, he discovers that he possesses terrifying telepathic powers that give him the ability to destroy anything he wishes without having to move. At first content to prey on small desert creatures and various discarded objects, his attention soon turns to humans, especially a beautiful and mysterious woman who crosses his path. Le ...
 
Between The Rows is a weekly podcast featuring the Glacier FarmMedia editorial team bringing you the ‘story behind the stories’ in ag news and markets. Drawing from our more than 20 print and online brands, our reporting staff will discuss the top stories and latest developments in agriculture today. The 25-30 minute weekly program is built around a team of rotating journalist-hosts that include: Laura Rance, Glacier FarmMedia Editorial Director Gord Gilmour, Manitoba Co-operator Editor Ed W ...
 
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Family conflict is a cinema staple. But recently Hollywood has come out with a slew of stories about parents and children confronting gaps in culture, generation and identity — from animated films like Encanto and Turning Red, to the recent miniseries Ms. Marvel and the indie hit Everything Everywhere All at Once. Vox entertainment critic Emily St.…
 
In a matter of days Beyoncé and Drake both released music that draws deeply on 90s era house music. Neither of them are queer, but the they're borrowing from a genre that has been liberating for Black & Latino queer people from the 70s to today. In this episode our June guest host B.A. Parker welcomes Back Issue's co-host Josh Gwynn to chat about h…
 
Reporter Ed White of the Western Producer talks with Ag in Motion show director Rob O’Connor about getting back to in-person farm shows after two pandemic years; plus, Shirley Janeczko with Canada’s Farm Show talks about the excitement she’s seeing from exhibitors and farmers eager to return to the event. Soybeans in Manitoba were poised for a big …
 
As temperatures begin to soar, hosts Kristin Hoffman, Consultant with Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS) and Gord Gilmour, of Glacier Farm media stress the importance of keeping your cool, both on the farm and on the road. On this episode, putting safety first on busy summer roadways. Sheila James, WSPS Consultant shares strategies to ge…
 
Fangirls often don't get taken seriously in pop culture. But in her new book, Everything I Need, I Get From You: How Fangirls Created the Internet as We Know It, culture reporter Kaitlyn Tiffany explores just how much fangirls have shaped online life. She talks with guest host B.A. Parker about how fans used Tumblr to transform internet culture, ho…
 
Jamie, Tank & Jimmy are back to discuss: - United fans meeting with CEO Richard Arnold - Pogba & his documentary - Is Raheem Sterling World Class? - Underrated players + Airport Routines Thanks for listening. If you could please subscribe to our YouTube channel we are trying to hit 1k subs. When we do, we will start doing live shows on YouTube. Lin…
 
When singer-songwriter Kate Bush released "Running Up That Hill" in 1985, it peaked at number 30 on the Hot 100. Now it's soared into the top ten, thanks to the newest season of Stranger Things. Guest host B.A. Parker talks to Stereogum writers Rachel Brodsky and Chris Deville about why old music seems to be getting more love than new music these d…
 
Manitoba Co-operator reporter Geralyn Wichers cracks open a page from history and speaks with plant breeder Peggy Wagoner, Lee DeHaan of the Land Institute, and Doug Cattani at the University of Manitoba, about early and ongoing efforts of perennial grain development – tracing back to the tragic, Stalin-era Soviet Union period – and the promise of …
 
We don't often think of Hawaii and the Korean peninsula as having any kind of shared history. But author Joseph Han disagrees — and he makes the case in his debut novel Nuclear Family. In this episode, Han and guest host B.A. Parker discuss the book and Han's experience as a Korean immigrant in Hawaii. And they unpack the long effects of U.S. imper…
 
These days, it seems everyone wants to be an influencer. But as content creators realize that it's a demanding, often short-lived career, they're forcing us to think hard about the future of an industry that's still on the rise. Guest host B.A. Parker speaks with Rebecca Jennings, senior correspondent at Vox, who reported on how influencer burnout …
 
After 42 years of agricultural reporting, Allan Dawson, stalwart reporter for the Manitoba Co-operator, is retiring. Gord Gilmour sits down for a conversation with the giant of ag journalism about how Dawson got his start as a reporter, the people and personalities he’s encountered over the years, and some of the ground-breaking stories he’s covere…
 
The first time Joel Kim Booster vacationed on New York's Fire Island with his friend, comedian Bowen Yang, he brought with him Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice as a beach read. Over the years, he'd often joke with friends about making a gay version of the novel. Today Booster is the writer and star of Hulu's Fire Island, a queer, Asian romcom base…
 
Once again, Americans are asking how to end mass shootings. With consensus on gun laws unlikely, some are turning to Hollywood to help change the narrative. Can those who control the levers of culture shift the public's relationship with guns? Guest host Elise Hu speaks with former video game creative and now TV writer Nadra Widatalla about a world…
 
Seeding is weeks behind schedule in Manitoba and eastern Saskatchewan and we can now expect a good chunk of that area's soaked cropland to go unplanted this spring. Bruce Burnett of Glacier MarketsFarm takes a closer look at the chances for abandoned acres in the eastern Prairies. Also: consumer demand for plant-based meats has declined. Sean Pratt…
 
Name a Black musician from the 1970s and chances are Bruce Talamon has photographed them. The Jackson 5. Aretha Franklin. Marvin Gaye. Donna Summer. Bob Marley. The list goes on. For the final episode of our summer music series, former host Sam Sanders talks to Talamon about his incredible collection of photographs and what it was like to capture i…
 
JVD and Evan the Great bring you the finest in fictional battles across all of nerdom! Each episode is informative to both listeners knowledgeable and new to the characters involved as the host break down a tale of the tape, powers and equipment before discussing important situations during a fight. Promos Ten Cent Takes Last Comic Shop Follow Us! …
 
In this episode from our friends at Life Kit, guest host Elise Hu teaches us how to make the most of our time off. Joined by travel writer Torre deRoche and artist Jenny Odell, they go beyond travel tips and investigate why we travel and share what travel means to them. You can follow us on Twitter @NPRItsBeenAMin and email us at ibam@npr.org.…
 
At the Livestock Marketing Association of Canada convention in Lloydminster, Canadian Cattlemen editor Lisa Guenther talks to Jill Renton and Dacie Przekop, who photograph cattle for DLMS/CattleVids.ca. They tell us what it takes to quickly capture a bovine's best side -- and, equally importantly, how to avoid getting on its bad side. Also: as the …
 
Singer Phoebe Bridgers had a huge year in 2020. She was nominated for four Grammys for her work on her album Punisher. The album was released to wide critical acclaim. But like the rest of us, Bridgers was stuck at home. So what's that really like for a musician? In the latest episode of our summer music series, we revisit Sam Sanders' conversation…
 
In this special episode from our friends at Pop Culture Happy Hour, guest host Aisha Harris talks with journalists Tre'vell Anderson and Jarrett Hill about stand-up comedian Jerrod Carmichael's new HBO special Rothaniel where Carmichael comes out publicly as gay for the first time and talks about secrets that have haunted his family for multiple ge…
 
With outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza now seen in commercial and backyard poultry flocks coast to coast, and migratory birds known to be carrying the virus, Dr. Tom Baker of Ontario's Feather Board Command Centre considers how we got to this point and what farmers outside the poultry sector can now do to help curb further spread. Also…
 
Jamie sits down with Callum Walsh who's held Head of Performance roles with Newcastle United, Huddersfield Town, Turkish National Team & Cardiff City. They discuss: - Head of Performance Role: A day in the life & key performance indicators - Current Demands on Footballers. Where is the tipping point? - Impact of quick turnaround's between games - C…
 
In this encore episode from 2018, former host Sam Sanders speaks with singer-songwriter Syd about her work with the hip-hop collective Odd Future and now with her own group – The Internet. The two discuss how she produced The Internet's fourth album, Hive Mind, and how she incorporates songwriting her sexuality. You can follow us on Twitter @NPRIts…
 
On this week's podcast Jamie, Tank & Jimmy talk about: - FA Cup final reaction & booing the anthem - Are Penalty shoot outs outdated? - The Hammers cause a twist in the title race - Top Stag Do Pranks Thanks for listening. If you could please leave us a rating and a review, that would help us a lot. All the best…
 
With the anticipated repeal of Roe v. Wade, it's unclear how Americans will access abortion and other reproductive care. Will tech platforms continue to provide the same information about services in states where the procedure is outlawed? And what risk does your digital footprint create, if you seek information about abortion or other reproductive…
 
Canadian Cattlemen editor Lisa Guenther speaks with professional auctioneers John Baier and Rob Bergevin at the Canadian Livestock Auctioneering Championship about what judges are looking for in contestants and how auctioneers develop their ‘chant’; Ed White of the Western Producer speaks with Centreport Canada president Diane Gray about the massiv…
 
Joining Jamie this week is long time friend and Ex Chester & AFC Fylde striker James McCarthy. The lads talk about: - Spurs putting a dent in Liverpool's title hopes - Klopp's post match comments - City steamroll Newcastle to put one hand on the PL trophy - Pep's comments on everyone wanting Liverpool to win the league - Haaland to City - Where nex…
 
Yebba had a huge year in 2016. The singer and songwriter's career was taking off. But 2016 was also the year that something awful happened: Yebba's mother died by suicide. And that changed everything in her life. In this encore chat from 2021, former host Sam Sanders and Yebba discuss the emotional toll it took to make her recent album Dawn, growin…
 
Protests erupted across the nation this week in the wake of a leaked Supreme Court brief suggesting the landmark "Roe v. Wade" abortion ruling will be overturned. The decision could endanger people seeking medical care and set a precedent for challenging other reproductive rights. Guest host Elise Hu discusses patients' concerns with health and gen…
 
The number of wood-frame grain elevators on the Prairies are slowly dwindling away. Sadly, that number was recently added to when one of the oldest elevators of its kind in Canada was reduced to ashes. In early April, the Lake of the Woods grain elevator in Elva, Man., was being dismantled as part of a reclamation project when the 125-year-old stru…
 
This week Jamie & Tank talk about: - Two more wins for Liverpool & City in the Premier League & Liverpool now into the CL final. Will City join them? - Relegation battle: Burnley, Dyche, Everton and Leeds - Ronaldo: Does he stay or go? - Getting to know Tank with some quick fire questions Thanks for listening. If you can send leave us a review and …
 
Attention to all the music lovers out there! All month, we're revisiting our best music episodes from It's Been a Minute. In this episode from February 2020, former host Sam Sanders is joined by Nate Sloan and Charlie Harding, co-hosts of the podcast Switched On Pop. They break down what makes a song: why certain pop songs become ear worms and what…
 
Legislation targeting transgender Americans and trans children has increased sharply in the last year. Guest host Ari Shapiro speaks with the Florida mother of a trans daughter about how their family is coping with that state's new, more restrictive policies. Then, Ari discusses how this wave of law-making differs from so-called "moral panics" of p…
 
The federal government wants growers to use less fertilizer to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but continuous yield growth is needed to feed an increasingly hungry population. Manish Raizada, professor of plant science at the University of Guelph, thinks nitrogen-fixing microbes have a big role to play in this arena; plus, nitrous oxide is a …
 
Guest host Juana Summers speaks with co-authors Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy about their new book, Big Feelings: How to Be Okay When Things Are Not Okay. In the book, Liz and Mollie explore seven emotions that they found particularly difficult to overcome — uncertainty, anger, burnout, comparison, perfectionism, despair and grief. With hopes …
 
Jamie & Tank are delighted to be back and this week they cover: - Merseyside Derby Drama - Everton's Tactics, the dark arts and VAR - Liverpool vs City Rivalry - Race for top four. What's gone wrong at United? - Pundits in football Thanks for listening if you can please subscribe and share the podcast on your social media that would help us out a l…
 
With travel mask mandates dropping, increasing cases, and more COVID variants, precaution exhaustion is real, but the pandemic is far from over. Guest host Juana Summers talks with science writer Katherine J. Wu of The Atlantic about how the U.S. has moved from a collective approach to an individual-focused mindset in its handling of the pandemic. …
 
Bob Lowe, outgoing Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) president, shares some of the many challenges cattle producers faced during his tenure while COVID-19 cast its long shadow across the country; Piper Whelan speaks with new CCA president, Reg Schellenberg, about where the association is preparing to focus its priorities in 2022; and Fawn Jack…
 
Guest host Juana Summers talks with Danyel Smith about her new memoir, Shine Bright: A Personal History of Black Women in Pop. As a previous editor-in-chief for both Billboard and Vibe magazines, host of the Black Girl Songbook podcast, and longtime music reporter, Danyel uses her expertise to spotlight the stories of pop powerhouses like Gladys Kn…
 
From homemade candles to jewelry, leather goods to cloth masks, online marketplace Etsy has been a haven for makers looking to sell their goods and build small businesses for themselves. But with fees increasing, some sellers are frustrated and have gone on strike. Guest host Juana Summers is joined by Wall Street Journal reporter Charity Scott to …
 
Each seeding season comes with a fair bit of excitement for farmers, but this year also comes with more than a fair share of uncertainty. Craig Klemmer with Farm Credit Canada discusses some of the risks facing producers and what factors could make 2022 the most expensive crop on record; Bruce Burnett of MarketsFarm offers his outlook on prairie mo…
 
In this special episode from our friends at the Broken Record podcast, we will hear producer Rick Rubin's conversation with hip-hop legend Nas. Rick talks to Nas about his earliest experiences with rap in the Queensbridge housing projects where he grew up, how recording King's Disease with Kanye West in Wyoming almost took him out of his zone, and …
 
Guest host Jasmine Garsd talks to Kristen Warner, an associate professor at the University of Alabama, about Bridgerton's diversity problem. They discuss color blind v. color-conscious casting, how race factors into historical narratives and why any representation isn't always good representation. Then, Jasmine catches up with host Ceci Bastida and…
 
Executive producers Erin Haskett and Jean Parsons of Vancouver's Lark Productions tell us about their casting call for single B.C. farmers to take part in their new CTV reality series Farming for Love. Also: Lisa Guenther talks to Kimberly Cornish of the Food Water Wellness Foundation about its soil carbon quantification project, gauging just how m…
 
In this special new episode of It's Been a Minute, we share a conversation Sam Sanders recorded about one of his favorite things: reality TV. He's joined by Danielle Lindemann, author of True Story: What Reality TV Says About Us, to discuss the genre's origins in Real World and Survivor, how reality TV influences our culture, and why we should all …
 
You may see it in the news or on social media. You may be feeling different in your relationships or with your job. The "vibe" has shifted. Our guest host Jasmine Garsd is joined by Elamin Abdelmahmoud, culture writer for BuzzFeed News and host of CBC's pop culture podcast Pop Chat, to learn more about this vibe shift and why we all may be feeling …
 
JVD and Hawk the Horrible bring you the finest in fictional battles across all of nerdom! Each episode is informative to both listeners knowledgeable and new to the characters involved as the host break down a tale of the tape, powers and equipment before discussing important situations during a fight. Promos from Deadly Podcast of Kung Fu.--- This…
 
Lynda Nichol, executive director of Manitoba Association of Watersheds, discusses the ‘Living Lab’ project and the important role of watersheds in sustainable agriculture; sunflower is not only Ukraine’s national flower, it’s also one of that country’s largest exports. But with Ukraine currently repelling a Russian invasion, we hear from John Sandb…
 
Cultivating Safety Between the Rows is a new series that speaks to the high rate of lost-time injuries (LTI’s) in the agriculture sector, sharing safety expertise and solutions to protect your farm's greatest asset. In the first episode, hosts Kristin Hoffman, Consultant with Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS) and Gord Gilmour, editor wi…
 
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