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In his monthly poetry podcast, Radio Free Albion, Tony Trigilio interviews poets about their recently released or forthcoming books. Always informal, each interview is a conversation--two poets talking about the work and play of the creative process and showcasing some of the most innovative new work in contemporary poetry.
 
What is 'British-ness'? This podcast explores all aspects of British culture from the perspective of an Englishman abroad. Perhaps you know Thomas already from Instagram's "FlemingNeverDies", centered on Ian Fleming's classic creation, James Bond, 007. Here, we can see a wider background of where our British hero sits. Feel free to buy me a coffee anytime here: https://www.patreon.com/britishculture
 
We are proud to say that 'The Boing Cast' is the definitive voice of West Bromwich Albion. It's by West Bromwich Albion fans, FOR West Bromwich Albion fans. Presented by Josh Bland & Alex Newton two die-hard Baggies who came together as the editorial team of Read West Brom, 'The Boing Cast' brings you quality Albion-centric chat and analysis on a weekly basis.
 
Joel Miller is an ex-roadie, film maker, and art/memorabilia dealer. His book, Memoir of a Roadie, was the #1 new release on Amazon in bios and is currently on Amazon's best selling list. Listen as he pushes road cases, cameras, instruments, sound desks, lights, and whatever else may be in the way off the stage to interview both the best and the worst the entertainment industry has to offer.
 
Join Uncle Walter as he looks back at growing up near the lake in the Grey Water Area.Each month triggers memories of times past, when things were different, but people were much the same. Tales of wonder, sadness, joy and sorrow, as Walter remembers the moments that shaped him, and the moments that will always be with him. Featuring Marty Garavaglia as Walter.
 
Building the 21st-century campus and community through the liberal arts. Town & Gown: They rhyme for a reason. In our ever-shrinking world and ever-expanding global economy, colleges and their communities need each other more than ever. Albion College's Town & Gown Podcast discusses ideas about moving forward, using the liberal arts as a way to integrate college and community, especially in the American Midwest.
 
Two Americans (Kyle and Justin) dive deep into the world of the English Premier League. Listen here for our take on the world's top soccer / football league, match week reviews, analysis and a fair share of hot takes. We'll be covering all Premier League teams including Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and even clubs like West Bromwich Albion. Oh, and there's beer involved.
 
Writer Ruthie Collins discusses how literature can help us engage with nature, asking authors and community leaders for nature-inspired book recommendations that you can take outside. There are accompanying writing prompts and walks around the mouth of the Waveney River to accompany the podcast, inspired by Ruthie Collins’ public poem commissioned by Norfolk County Council, ‘Dreaming of Albion, Sailing With Maud’, due for install at Great Yarmouth. Guests include Emily Winter (River Waveney ...
 
The Sporticos Football Stories Podcast is the place to be for in-depth analysis of football clubs. Every week, Craig Hanson sits down with a fan of a particular team and does a deep dive into that institution. From ancient history to the here and now, from fond memories of glory to tragic nightmares best forgotten. On Football Stories, you will hear it all - the good, the bad and the ugly. Guests are often journalists, former players, fan group representatives, all with different perspective ...
 
Jonny Bentley and Jordan Dover bring you 15 Minutes of Football: a podcast where the most complex of football topics are concisely discussed in 15 minutes or less. The main focus is the Premier League and all teams will be covered over the course of our 4 topics. 15 minutes per-topic. One hour of quality content. Statistical, emotional but, most of all, entertaining!
 
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Well, it had to be. Three people said so, and that was the largest number for any one topic. I also voice my view that it's best eaten in the North East of England, rather than in London. F further stands for; Fortnum and Mason, Football, Fuller’s London Pride, Flanders Field, Faulty Towers, The Full Monty (1997), Falstaff, and Fleming… Ian Fleming…
 
On this episode of The Sporticos Football Stories Podcast, Craig Hanson talks to Scott McCarthy, a football writer and lifelong Brighton & Hove Albion fan, who has covered the club for wearebrighton.com and several other national news outlets. He’s seen it all over the past thirty years with Brighton across four different stadiums and all four divi…
 
Justin is back as the guys discuss Chelsea's 2nd half demolition of a Spurs side who started well; Lingard hits a late winner against his former side West Ham, but that doesn't tell the whole story; Leicester get shafted by questionable refereeing decisions but Brighton continue strong form; we look ahead to Matchweek 6 as Chelsea vs. Man City and …
 
Chief Moody joins Mark Collett and Jason Kohne for a new episode of Patriotic Weekly Review. Chief Moody is active with PA Scotland and streams weekly with ‘Mood of the Nation’. Pfizer are now wanting to jab 5-year-olds and the UK government have started giving the vax to 12-year-olds. But children are more likely to get myocarditis from the jab, t…
 
Dr Matthew Raphael Johnson looks at historical endeavours from outside the American Empire. Oleg Platonov (b 1950) is one of the most interesting revisionist historians of 20th century Russia today. Creating the ‘Institute for the Study of Russian Civilization’ in the mid 1990s, he published the massive historical dictionary Holy Rus and his famed …
 
Sven Longshanks looks at a homosexual priest refusing to marry straight couples & an attempt to ban hetero-positive prayer for homosexuals. The homosexual priest claims that because traditionalists can refuse the marriage ceremony for two men, he should be able to refuse it to heterosexuals. Yet the reason for denying it to homosexuals is because t…
 
Grandpa Dan takes a break from the coof to look at what else is going on while we are distracted. The Parish of the Patriots is one of a kind as it provides thought provoking discussion as well as a Christian specific message that you won’t find anywhere else. If you appreciate that, then your voluntary financial support is very much welcomed. If y…
 
Sven Longshanks laments a court ruling that allows puberty blockers for children again and highlights the salary of the NHS diversity tsar. Last year the UK Courts banned doctors from giving children puberty blockers but the decision has now been overturned on appeal. The Judges claim that Doctors should be able to decide, but Doctors hands are bou…
 
Tune into the latest episode of the Baggies Broadcast!Join Luke Hatfield and Joe Masi as they discuss the reaction to Albion's latest draw against Preston North End.They delve into the performance, question why fans are booing a team in its infancy and discuss the system put in place by Valerien Ismael.They answer a host of questions from you as we…
 
RG, Pete, Andy Bass & Steve “The Ref” Ferris are in this midweek’s pod squad as we bask in the glory of a 4th (FOURTH!!!!) win from 5 (plus that other one in the cup, don’t forget!) at the start of this season. Foxes fans may not be happy with the decisions but are they justified? Steve gives his view from behind a whistle. Also us Champions League…
 
A Connecticut bank executive is targeted by a crew of criminals who invade his home, take him and his mother hostage and order him to rob his own bank. If he doesn’t commit the crime, they threaten to blow him up with a bomb strapped to his waist. Investigators think it looks like an inside job but after a string of similar crimes in Tennessee, the…
 
After Todd Chance is murdered, police follow a trail of video evidence as they work to track down the killer. Andrea Canning speaks exclusively with Todd’s wife, elementary school principal Jenea Chance. Andrea Canning has chosen this episode as one of her most memorable episodes. Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at 9/8c on NBC.…
 
When Sherri Rasmussen is found murdered, police are convinced it’s a burglary gone wrong. The case remains unsolved for over two decades until another detective finds the key that unlocks the mystery of what actually happened to her. Josh Mankiewicz has chosen this episode as one of his most memorable episodes. Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season pre…
 
Sven Longshanks and Max Musson look at the later life of Robert Blatchford. In this final episode, we look at how Blatchford’s views changed later in life and he became distanced from the Labour Party. He was impressed by Henry Ford and his socialistic tendencies and remained a Nationalist right until the end. Presented by Sven Longshanks and Max M…
 
Sven Longshanks looks at student behaviour differences between ethnicities and the reasons for them. A White school teacher has claimed that expecting Black children to sit still and learn is ‘white supremacy’. He is correct that our schooling techniques are tailored to European children, but if you change them, the European children will not do so…
 
When a woman's body is discovered at an Anaheim trash facility, a dedicated detective makes a promise to her mother to get justice. She doesn't know that search will bring her face to face with a serial killer. Keith Morrison has chosen this episode as one of his most memorable classic episodes. Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday at …
 
In the small town of Morris, Alabama, faith is a way of life. But when resident Michael Reese is murdered in his home, rumors involving a local pastor begin to swirl as the truth ends up turning the community upside down. Andrea Canning has chosen this episode as one of her most memorable episodes. Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season premiere Friday …
 
When Kathleen Schroll makes a phone call that names her killer right before her death, it leads to the arrest of a father for murder. But two trials and 12 years later, authorities begin to wonder if he was the victim, not the villain. Natalie Morales has chosen this episode as one of her most memorable episodes. Tune in to Dateline’s 30th season p…
 
As a bonus for Dateline NBC listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of the brand new original podcast, Making Space with Hoda Kotb. Join TODAY’s Hoda Kotb on a journey of self-discovery and resilience of the human spirit. Hoda hears from some of the people she admires most, and whose stories of personal triumph keep her going. Like Hoda, you’ll …
 
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