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Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories is a podcast drama with a modern twist on old time radio that delves into the mystery of true cold cases and unsolved murders. With the help of an ensemble cast, follow our hosts as they take you on an entertaining journey through the crime scene, the investigation and attempt to solve the case. With many surprising plot twists, it’s important you start listening from the first episode of a cold case. New episodes are released every Tuesday. Unsolved Murd ...
 
Teachings that do not speak of pain have no meaning, because humankind cannot gain something without first giving something in return. In alchemy, to obtain something, something of equal value must be lost—this is equivalent exchange. Join hosts Ellen, Kassem, and Kayla as we read through Fullmetal Alchemist by Hiromu Arakawa chapter by chapter, exploring every twist, turn, explosion, transmutation-gone-awry, and moment of connection (and hubris) the series has to offer. Fans old and new wil ...
 
That Movie List Podcast delivers exactly what the title says - Movie Related Lists. Each episode, the hosts (Ben and Dave) countdown a movie themed list, discussing anything from Best Movie Deaths to The Best Movies to watch after Christmas Dinner. They also throw in a quiz and a spotlight on an extra in a very clever titled feature called "Whats my Name Again?" Want to suggest a list, find That Movie List Podcast on Facebook or Twitter. Brought to you by The Views from the Sofa Network
 
JSA Podcasts is your source for the latest news and insights from the innovators behind today's top telecom, data center and technology companies. Topics include: -Best Industry Practices During the Covid-19 Pandemic -Digital Transformation-5G and Network Infrastructure-Network Security and AI-The Explosion of Internet of Things and Smart Cities-Sustainable Green Data Centers-Cloud Conversion & Scalability-Big Data & Real World Implementation Kicking off Q4, join us for our latest series ent ...
 
Alderaan Explosion: Building up hype leading into the latest Star Wars film -- a serial podcast from explosionnetwork.com. Join in as we countdown to the latest film in the greatest franchise of all time, Star Wars. We'll be watching Star Wars material, reading books and comics and breaking down theories and trailers before heading into the cinema to see the newest from a galaxy far, far away.
 
This is a podcast that was created to discuss the humongous tree of music known as Rock and Roll. There are thousands of branches. There is so much information out there with even more to be learned. Together, we are going to have fun talking about our passion, the Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll. Between Ray and Markus, we have 50+ years of rock and roll radio experience and a thirst to know more! With your input we want to begin to balance the imbalanced. We look forward to connecting ...
 
In the world of Apex Legends & Titanfall, some exist at the top of the food chain. These are the Apex Predators. Join Dylan Blight as he discusses everything happening in the world of Apex Legends & Titanfall including the latest storylines, characters and gameplay elements.
 
Join Dennis Daniel as he dives into the worlds of animé, professional wrestling, and pop culture to bring you the best of all three worlds in one action-packed radio program. If that's not enough for you, then "The Dennis Daniel Show" is also up your alley. Join Dennis & John as they sit down with some of your favorite guests and talk about their careers and answer some of your listener requests. Our newest show, Canterlot Radio, offers fans of the popular "My Little Pony" universe the most ...
 
Welcome to Early Late Nights! The show that is late enough to get you into that juicy news, but early enough you don’t have to stay up on a school night. Join Ciaran Marchant as he dives into the latest games news, eSports stories and shenanigans galore live every Tuesday and Friday at 6:30PM AST at twitch.tv/explosionnetwork
 
HEYWHATSUP™? GUNWASH is the future of talk radio; a weekly 90 minute explosion of dark humor, eye-opening interviews, dancehall reggae and psychedelic sounds. Tune in for unguarded insight from the artists, musicians, troublemakers and curators shaping culture in the 21st century. Design, typography, astrophysics, dancehall reggae, conspiracy theories, illustration, drums, nuclear engineering, disco, Polo Ralph Lauren, crime, the 1990's, iconography, iced coffee, late night downtown, drummer ...
 
Intel is helping to transform network services with software defined capabilities that enable fast service deployment and more revenue opportunity for the enterprise, cloud, and telecommunications infrastructures. The explosion of global network traffic driven by consumer demand for mobile, rich content anytime, anywhere, and the need to rapidly introduce new revenue generating services is driving IT managers, Telco, and cloud service providers (CSPs) to carefully scrutinize future network c ...
 
Two movie nerds who love explosions: Ian and Ryan are the SUPER ACTION BROS! Action Movies are easily the most popular genre in cinema in this day and age, so the SUPER ACTION BROS talk about the classics, the hidden gems, the cult hits and kid-friendly flicks. Listen as the SUPER ACTION BROS apply their film-nerd skills to the cinematic equivalent of junk food to see what bubbles to the surface. Tune in every Saturday to smell what the SUPER ACTION BROS have cookin'! SUPER ACTION BROS, wher ...
 
Base Layer will be providing insights from founders and investors in the base layer of cryptoassets. Simplifying complex projects and the technology being developed, from interoperability to relayers and more - who is building the future, why are they and how are they doing it.
 
Counterspy was an espionage drama radio series that aired on the NBC Blue Network (later the ABC) and Mutual from May 18, 1942 to November 29, 1957. David Harding (played by Don MacLaughlin) was the chief of the United States Counterspies, a unit engaged during World War II in counterintelligence against Japan's Black Dragon and Germany's Gestapo.
 
Do you have a business? Then your business needs a podcast. Do you want to strengthen trust and credibility with both current and future customers? Then your business needs a podcast. This show explores the world of using a podcast for business and lead-generation, and examines the common myths and questions that would-be podcasters always have. Don't even consider starting up a business without factoring in plans to include a podcast as part of your marketing strategy. A podcast is a brilli ...
 
Love the Royal family? Then you’re in the right place. ROYALS is the podcast for anyone who has a soft spot for what’s going on inside the walls of Buckingham Palace and beyond. From what Meghan and Harry are up to, to the one person The Queen can’t live without, ROYALS will keep you up to date with everything going on in the Royal family each week. Join Angela Mollard and the team from New Idea every Tuesday for a cup of tea and some Royal chat. You won’t regret it.
 
Join Teams On Air for bi-weekly interviews with guest from Microsoft and across the industry who discuss modern collaboration and intelligent communications with Microsoft Teams. We cover scenarios on leveraging Microsoft Teams to support teams and go deeper into technical overviews of the product, roadmap and adoption guidance.
 
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The foreign media is doing the work our American media refuses to do. In this episode, I discuss the latest troubling detail to emerge about the lab leak theory. I also discuss the latest person to intersect with the Clintons, and turn up dead. News Picks: The top ten media lies about Donald Trump. Did the US government help create a communist Chin…
 
The captain of a cargo ship which caught fire and sank off the coast of Sri Lanka earlier this month while transporting almost 1,500 containers of chemicals has been arrested, police said on Monday. The Singapore-flagged MV X-Press Pearl reported a leak from acid it was carrying and caught fire on May 20, the day it was due to dock in Sri Lanka’s P…
 
The French energy giant EDF has confirmed it has been informed of a buildup of inert gases at its nuclear power station in China, and called on its Chinese partner to present all the data regarding the situation. In a statement on Monday, EDF said it had been told of “the increase in the concentration of certain noble gases” at a power station it o…
 
The prime minister of the Palestinian Authority has said that the ouster of Israeli longtime leader Benjamin Netanyahu closes a particularly dark chapter in Israeli-Palestinian relations. “The departure of the Israeli prime minister after 12 years in power marks the end of one of the worst periods in the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,…
 
The nation has started the next stage of easing Covid measures, paving the way for larger gatherings at outdoor concerts and sports events, as it prepares to end quarantine for some travelers who were fully vaccinated abroad. The relaxation of restrictions began on Monday, following an announcement by health officials last Friday outlining the next…
 
What a special show with 0xMaki, a world-renown contributor to SushiSwap which is a decentralized exchange built on Ethereum that utilizes an automated market-making system rather than a traditional order-book. Instead of matching individual buy and sell orders, users can pool together two assets that are then traded against, with the price determi…
 
US biotech firm Novavax has announced the results of a successful phase-three US and Mexico trial, with their Covid-19 vaccine proving more than 90% effective against a variety of virus variants. In a press release on Monday, Novavax published long-awaited trial data from a phase-three study in the US and Mexico which suggests that the shot is 90.4…
 
Investigators from a special counsel team, which is looking into a possible government cover-up of one of South Korea’s deadliest maritime disasters, have raided a prosecutors office in connection with possible evidence-tampering. The Supreme Prosecutors Office (SPO) in Seoul was searched on Monday by people working for Special Prosecutor Lee Hyun-…
 
The Chinese Embassy in London has denounced a statement by the G7 “clique” that called on Beijing to respect human rights, describing it as a serious violation of international relations. In a statement on Monday, the embassy described a communiqué issued by the Group of Seven countries on Sunday as a “serious violation of the basic norms of intern…
 
Indefatigable... That's Jon Scott, in a word. Dogged determination is a thing, despite what some people might say. Were it not for Jon's indefatigable, dogged determination, the world might not have heard Tom Petty or John Mellencamp, among others! His stories range wider than his obvious connection to Tom Petty, and the common thread throughout is…
 
This week, Cal talks about butcher shops, genetically modified mosquitos, catastrophic fire, and so much more. Connect with Cal and MeatEater Cal on Instagram and Twitter MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop Cal's Week in Review Merch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Rome prosecutors are investigating the disappearance of numerous valuable pieces of art at Rai, Italy's public broadcaster. They include works by Claude Monet and Amedeo Modigliani, some of which were replaced by fakes. Authorities suspect dissatisfied Rai employees may be behind the theft, which was discovered by accident in March after a painting…
 
South African health authorities have ditched a whopping two million doses of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine, because materials for their production came from a US factory in Baltimore that was hit by contamination issues. South Africa’s health products safety watchdog (SAHPRA) has decided not to approve the use of millions of Covid-19 vaccin…
 
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has spoken to US President Joe Biden about the increasingly troublesome border restrictions between the two countries, but a deal has yet to be made. “We will continue to work closely together on moving forward in the right way but each of us always will put at the forefront the interests and the safety of our…
 
Jordan’s ex-royal court chief and former finance minister, along with a minor royal, have been charged with inciting the destabilization of the monarchy in a sedition case that also saw the king’s half-brother briefly detained. The public prosecutor of the State Security Court has ratified the charges against the former royal court chief, Bassem Aw…
 
In our first podcast covering Summer Game Fest & E3 2021 events, we discuss Kickoff Live! Ubisoft Forward, Devolver Digital, Koch Media and Gearbox’s E3 showcases. We also discuss the video game-related news from Netflix Geeked Week, plus the reveal of Playdate’s release date. Hosts: Dylan Blight: https://twitter.com/vivaladil Ashley Hobley: https:…
 
Benjamin Netanyahu will be leaving the Israeli prime minister’s post after 12 years in power as the country’s legislature voted to swear in a new ‘change’ government on Sunday. The new government was supported by 60 out of 120 MPs in the Knesset, while 59 voted against it. The only lawmaker to abstain was Said al-Harumi, of the pro-Palestinian Unit…
 
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has struck a conciliatory tone ahead of meeting his US counterpart, Joe Biden, stating that he was willing to talk and to “leave behind” the issues in relations between the two countries. Speaking to reporters ahead of a NATO meeting scheduled for Monday, Erdogan signaled that Ankara would like to end the bit…
 
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro has been slapped with a fine by the authorities of Sao Paulo state for flouting a requirement to wear a mask during a thousands-strong rally of his supporters. Bolsonaro, along with three ministers and six deputies, will have to pay roughly $110 each after the authorities hit them with a fine for violating Covid-19…
 
A huge crowd of protesters has assembled in Madrid, decrying government plans to pardon jailed Catalan leaders behind the failed 2017 independence bid, and demanding the resignation of the country’s PM over the move. Some 25,000 people gathered in central Madrid on Sunday, according to estimates by Spain’s National Police. Local law enforcement est…
 
A session of the Israeli legislature set to confirm the ‘change’ coalition and remove Benjamin Netanyahu from power has descended into chaos, with the PM’s rival, Naftali Bennett, being constantly heckled during his speech. Bennett, the leader of the Yamina alliance and a key figure in the coalition of eight parties looking to oust Netanyahu, was f…
 
The G7 countries have pledged to supply at least one billion Covid-19 vaccine doses to other nations as part of their effort to “vaccinate the world.” However, the WHO director-general says this is not enough. On the final day of the G7 meeting in Cornwall, England on Sunday, the group announced that it had agreed on a shared agenda to “end the pan…
 
The Group of Seven, which unites some of the world’s leading economies, has signed a deal to move away from coal plants and stop funding new coal mining to tackle climate change, the EU’s top official has said. “We need to decarbonize the energy sector,” European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen wrote on Twitter, adding that the G7 partners “a…
 
Officials in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh have razed a shrine dedicated to a coronavirus-inspired goddess, reportedly due to concerns about dubious claims of health benefits linked to the unorthodox religious site. Constructed by residents of a village near the city of Pratapgarh, the temple was created so that devotees could seek the healing …
 
Beijing has dismissed the notion that G7 nations can chart the trajectory of global affairs, arguing that decision-making by small clubs has been replaced by genuine multilateralism. Washington has described the Group of Seven summit in Cornwall, southwestern England, as an opportunity to reinforce the so-called “rules-based international system” –…
 
A Greek court has sentenced four asylum seekers from Afghanistan to 10 years behind bars for their role in the fire that ripped through Europe’s largest migrant camp, Moria, on the Mediterranean island of Lesbos last year. The men were found guilty of arson with risk to human life, the court said in the verdict on Saturday. The defense claimed that…
 
The Iranian mission to the UN has accused Israel of ‘lawlessness,’ after the newly retired head of Mossad implied that his agency had been behind an explosion at an Iranian nuclear facility and the killing of a key scientist. The comments made by Yossi Cohen in his bombshell TV interview midweek reflected a long-running pattern of “criminal” sabota…
 
The German Justice Ministry is reportedly demanding the messaging app Telegram open itself to law enforcement and pay a multi-million euro fine. The news comes after an elite police unit was disbanded over extremist group chats. Every month, more than 500 million security-conscious smartphone owners use Telegram. The app encrypts all chats and call…
 
Two trailers transporting ammunition to the United States were ambushed by armed criminals on a Mexican highway. Most of the ammo is small-caliber and won’t be useful for drug cartels, the manufacturer said. The shipment of approximately seven million rounds was intercepted earlier this week on a highway in Guanajuato, a Mexican state plagued by vi…
 
Two minibuses have been hit by explosions in Kabul, Afghanistan, local authorities have confirmed. At least seven people were killed and six more injured in the blasts. The explosions rocked western Kabul on Saturday, with the attacks occurring in neighborhoods predominantly inhabited by the Shiite Hazara minority. Six people were killed by the fir…
 
Mecca will be off limits to the vast majority of Muslims this year, after Saudi Arabia announced that only a select few, all from within the country, would be allowed to participate in the annual Hajj pilgrimage. The religious ceremony, which begins in mid-July, will be limited to 60,000 pilgrims between the ages of 18 to 65 who have been vaccinate…
 
The group of hackers who swiped source code from game company Electronic Arts pulled off the stunt by tricking EA’s IT support team on Slack, according to Motherboard. The cyber thieves made off with some 780 gigabytes of data, including the source code for soccer simulator FIFA 21 and its matchmaking server, and the Frostbite engine, which powers …
 
Hohenheim arrives in Liore, looking for something. Under the old church of Leto, Rose and the restaurant owner lead him to a tunnel, where he confronts Pride. At Briggs, Kimblee has led the Drachman army to a confrontation, promising that with Olivier gone, the control of the fort will devolve into chaos. It doesn’t go how Kimblee and the Amestrian…
 
Negotiations to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal will resume in the Austrian capital Vienna on Saturday, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi has announced following a recent break in the ongoing talks. “The participants are expected to continue consultations on the possible return of the US to the nuclear accord and ensuring the full and…
 
A major network outage that prevented calls to emergency numbers in France last week was caused by a software failure, an internal inquiry by the country’s largest telecoms operator, Orange, has found. Emergency numbers for the police, ambulance and fire service remained inaccessible for several hours on June 2, due to “a bug in the software of the…
 
Four of Ireland’s biggest political parties, including the three currently in power, are facing audits after admitting to using fictional market research companies and posing as pollsters to survey voter mood ahead of elections. The Irish Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) is conducting an investigation into how Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and the Green…
 
The European Medicines Agency’s (EMA) safety committee has added another rare blood condition to the potential side effects of AstraZeneca’s vaccine, as the UK regulator weighs precautionary advice over capillary leak syndrome. The EMA’s addition of the very rare syndrome to its list of potential side effects for the AstraZeneca Covid-19 jab comes …
 
A special task force unit has been disbanded in the German city of Frankfurt am Main, a state interior minister has announced, amid an investigation into the sharing of extremist and neo-Nazi content on group chats. The special operations command, known as SEK, will no longer exist in the city, Peter Beuth, interior minister of the central German s…
 
The disturbing COVID cover-up is getting uglier. This troubling new piece uncovers why the “science” was corrupted, and who did it. News Picks: Beijing’s useful idiots. The congressional black caucus is blocking a black GOP member from joining. Ron DeSantis strikes again. BLM advocate claims to be a Marxist, while living in a million dollar home. J…
 
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has said it is aware of a contaminated batch of the active substance used to make Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine and that they’re taking precautionary action to prevent possible harm. In a press release on Friday, the EMA said contamination had occurred at a manufacturing site for the active substance in Ma…
 
Plans for a film that will tout New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern’s leadership in the wake of the Christchurch mosque shootings have met resistance from pundits and the Muslim community. Ardern has distanced herself from the project. The film, titled ‘They Are Us’, is set in March 2019, in the days following the deadly attack on two mosques carried out…
 
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has approved a new manufacturing plant in central France to boost production of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine, the regulator’s committee for human medicines has said. The new site will be in Monts near the Loire Valley town of Tours and will be operated by pharmaceutical manufacturer Recipharm, the EMA said in a s…
 
The Chinese foreign ministry has said Washington’s “unilateral bullying” was the cause of the Iranian nuclear crisis, but talks in Vienna aiming to restart the 2015 nuclear deal were nearly complete. Speaking on Friday in an address to the UN-backed Conference on Disarmament, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi called on the world’s great powers to re…
 
Scientists studying the cause of a flood which killed more than 200 people in the Indian Himalayas have said the disaster was caused by a massive rock and ice avalanche that could happen again in the mountain range. In a study published in the journal Science on Thursday, scientists from the University of Zurich (UZH), the WSL and ETH Zurich warned…
 
Thailand has been retaining locally manufactured AstraZeneca vaccines for itself in the midst of a massive wave of coronavirus, Taiwan’s president has said, claiming that shots scheduled for delivery in June did not arrive. Tsai Ing-wen bemoaned the sub-par deliveries from Thailand on Friday in an interview with a local radio station. Taiwan is cla…
 
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