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One death can change the world. At least, that's what assassins believe. Assassinations recounts history's most dramatic deaths.Through little-known facts, "what-ifs?" and examining assassin's motives, we examine how one murder can alter the course of history. A new episode releases every Monday. Assassinations is a production of Cutler Media and part of the Parcast Network.
 
Much has been written about the South African Border war which is also known as the Namibian War of Independence. While the fighting was ostensibly about Namibia, most of the significant battles were fought inside Namibia’s northern neighbour, Angola. South Africa’s 23 year border war has been almost forgotten as the Cold War ebbed away and bygones were swept under the political carpet. South African politicians, particularly the ANC and the National Party, decided during negotiations to end ...
 
This is the official Mining Review Africa Podcast. Mining Review Africa is the leading monthly magazine and digital platform in the African mining industry. Every month, MRA reaches an audience of over 50 000 influential mining authorities and key decision makers through a variety of channels, including an interactive website, videos and print distribution at all major mining conferences in Africa and across the globe. MRA serves as a knowledge, news and information sharing platform which dr ...
 
Mwango means Attitude! We are Soldiers of Good Vibes based in Luanda, Angola but spread all over the world. Mwango Record Company was created from the dreams of Eddhi Cheq in 23rd December 2013, mainly focused on connecting people with music made of African Elements infused with instruments that touches ours Heart and Soul. CONTACT US: info@mwangorc.com MWANGO AT YOUR PARTY: booking@mwangorc.com
 
Best selling author, award winning reporter and Florida native Craig Pittman is joined by radio personality and Florida transplant Chadd Scott to discuss the state's history, people, politics, environment, animals, current events and weirdness. You'll hear great storytelling and have great fun in each weekly episode.
 
THE THIRD ACT PODCAST is what happens when three film nerds get together in the wee hours of the night inside a cold garage and launch into movie-related discussions and reviews. A true “lo-fi” podcast with a no-string budget, THE THIRD ACT is dedicated to highlighting the third act of movies, which could either make or break the cinematic experience. So cozy up with your favorite glass of cheap wine and enjoy Christian, Armando, and Jericho’s long-winded forays into all things film!
 
Real people are making an impact for Christ all over the world in their hometowns or across the ocean. Join host Dick Duerksen each week on an adventure around the world to witness the exciting growth of the Gospel message. From stories about villages transformed by a church building to profiles on volunteers who have put missions at the center of their lives, Maranatha Mission Stories celebrates the transforming power of service.
 
Leaders Voices is a Pan-African podcast that shares preeminent thought leaders' opinions, personal experiences and stories, best practices, and political analysis. We discuss African leadership from the perspective of thought leaders shaping politics, economics, education, and many other themes. Podcast episodes are in English, Français, and Português. Leaders Voices is a production by Leaders of Africa (leadersofafrica.org). Leaders of Africa encourages an equitable and just political and e ...
 
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This week's episode begins with a takedown of the Florida Legislature (both parties), Ron DeSantis and Agriculture Secretary Nikki Fried, all of who bowed down to BIG SUGAR in allowing them to continue poisoning residents of western Palm County through pre-harvest sugar cane field burning. Our guest is New College of Florida anthropologist and arch…
 
By 1974 the number of desertions from the Portuguese military numbered 25 000 the youngsters of the country were unwilling to fight non-winnable colonial wars in Africa. We heard in episode 10 about what happened during the Carnation Revolution and how expats living in Africa were taking off-guard by the coup. In the end, almost 800 000 Portuguese …
 
This is for all the mamas, the baby's mamas, the baby's mamas' mamas...Join Bri for a chat with Professional Heavyweight Strongwoman athlete Andrea Thompson- 4x winner Britain's Strongest Woman, winner, World's Strongest Woman (2018), and current World Record holder for the Log, Deadlift, and Elephant Deadlift. Also? She is a 2X (single) mom with w…
 
We heard last episode how Battle Group Foxbat had been heading towards Norton de Matos or Balombo as its now know, en route to the port of Lobito in support of Unita and opposing the MPLA as well as its army FAPLA. That battle group had only just been formed up on 2nd October 1975 before it was thrust into the conflict, rushing towards at least one…
 
Clive Warmington was born, raised and built his multiple businesses in St Thomas. Mr Warmington's simple mantra "You have to work hard to win" has carried him from his first entrepreneurial venture at 17 until today. His approach to life and business is simple, "Work hard, praise the Lord and you will get your reward". His story and philosphy will …
 
This week's episode begins with Craig's concerns Florida could be facing another "Summer of Slime" due to blue green algae and red tide (cow tide) outbreaks. We also talk about corruption in the state legislature and the death - mostly - of M-CORES (Roads to Ruin). Our guest is author Mike Grunwald who wrote "The Swamp: The Everglades, Florida and …
 
Wayne Simmons had a dramatic 27-year career with the CIA taking down cartels and busting arms smugglers — or did he? The ex-CIA military analyst and cable news star stands accused of being a fraud. Hosted by the reporter who broke the story, Impostors follows the investigation into who Wayne Simmons really is… Hero, or conman? Impostors is a Spotif…
 
We ended last week with the growing signs of an Angolan civil war becoming a major problem for South West Africa and the South African Defence Force. The number of incidents involving SWAPO had risen through early 1975 – but there was also UNITA which continued to attack Portuguese-developed infrastructure in southern Angola. FJ Du toit Spies write…
 
This week's episode started with BIG news from the Everglades and a look at a VERY important Florida woman whose job it will be to protect the state's environment. Our guest is author Ann McCutchan who has written a new biography of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, a Florida transplant and author of "The Yearling." The book is titled "The Life She Wished …
 
Episode 25: The Final Gamble GMT Monthly Update - 0:45 Games on the Shelf – 5:45 Pax Pamir Twilight Imperium IV Prophecy of Kings ASL 3 Player Scenarios Pack Commands & Colors Samurai Battles Tokyo Express Asteroid Books on the Shelf – 14:00 Musashi by Eiji Yoshikawa The Anarchy by William Dalrymple The Cthulhu Casebooks: Sherlock Holmes and the Sh…
 
What do you get a when a genetically gifted former competitive gymnast from New York cartwheels her way into CrossFit and heads (South)West? You get the Fresh Princess of Phoenix- Amanda Goodman! Bri kicks back with this CrossFit Games Athlete, former Grid League member and gymnastics coach to find out about her last meal on earth (courtesy of her …
 
This week's episode begins with discussion of Craig's latest Florida Phoenix column and the "solution" for what to do with all of the toxic waste from the Piney Point phosphorus plant. Our guest is Nancy Klingener, Florida Keys reporter for WLRN - South Florida's Public Radio - and a 30 year Key West resident. We dig into the history, culture and w…
 
A year after the first hard lockdown, the Minerals Council discusses the economic impact of COVID-19 on the mining sector as well as the measures it has put in place to stop the spread of the coronavirus among employees and mining communities.By Mining Review Africa
 
This is episode 8 and we’re dealing with the period in the early 1970s as the border war began to escalate - and the first death of an SADF soldier inside Angola. The Portuguese had fought a ten year war in Angola by early 1970 which was showing some signs of success until the rug was pulled out from the local military and security forces because o…
 
This week's episode begins with Craig's ongoing reporting of the environmental disaster at the Piney Point phosphate plant where hundreds of millions of gallons of toxic wastewater has been diverted into the Tampa Bay estuary to avoid a collapse of the gypsum stack there. Craig has reported on this coming apocalypse for decades, highlighting how th…
 
This is episode 7 and the political pressure is building when it comes to the United Nations and South West African independence. At the time that South Africa had started a series of show trials under the Terrorism and Suppression of Communism Act in 1967 for SWAPO members, the UN Council for South West Africa was drawing up a timetable for the te…
 
This week's episode begins with Craig Pittman's latest Florida Phoenix column highlighting the disastrous environmental impacts of the widely used herbicide/poison glyphosate, commonly known as Roundup. Our guest is author, veterinarian and professor Mark Jerome Walters whose latest book, "Florida Scrub-Jay: Field Notes on a Vanishing Bird" was rel…
 
In this episode, our storyteller Jah Bouks shares his journey from humble beginnings in the bird bush of Winchester St Thomas to the release of the reggae hit song "Angola", changing his management team and the opening of his "Angola Restaurant" in Old Pera St. Thomas.By Allison Harrison
 
The concerted campaign against South Africa’s mandate to run South West Africa began in 1960 with the shock of both the Sharpeville Massacre and the Old Location massacre in Windhoek sealing Pretoria’s fate. All armed movements have their trigger moment and these two triggered the ANC in the first instance, and SWAPO in the second. In both cases, t…
 
Though she be but lightweight; she is fierce! Bri chats with Farah Fonseca- Strongwoman athlete; 3x Lightweight champion, England’s Strongest Woman; nutrition and health coach, and all around badass! Listen in as she discusses how Strongwoman found her, feeling comfortable in her skin, and her last meal on earth (it’s GOOD y’all!). See you at the b…
 
This week's episode begins with more "bigfooting" by the state legislature, once again in the pocket of developers, attempting to curtail the amount of impact fees local municipalities have accessed homebuilders in order for them to build the infrastructure necessary for all the new residents. Craig Pittman and Chadd Scott are joined this week by J…
 
Episode 24: Tornadoes in the Ozarks HistoriKC Fest – July 30-August 1, 2021 – 2:45 Union Station Liberty Memorial Games on the Shelf – 5:45 6th Fleet Submarine Highway to the Kremlin II 1806 Books on the Shelf – 16:35 Musashi byEiji Yoshikawa Ghost Soldiers by Hampton Sides Vietnam Max Hastings Games on the Table - 21:50 Battle Hymn Advanced Tobruk…
 
It was inevitable that the South West African People’s Organisation or SWAPO would begin to mobilise south of the border. Pretoria’s response according to war researcher Leopold Scholtz was based on their unwillingness to acknowledge that SWAPO formed a real danger to South Africa’s domination in South West. The first years of the battle against SW…
 
This week's episode begins with a look at why Florida's manatees are dying this winter at a rate which threatens the survival of the species. Craig Pittman's latest column for the Florida Phoenix digs in deep on the reasons, which are preventable. Craig's 2010 book "Manatee Insanity" goes even further in detailing the decades-long conservation effo…
 
We’re going to focus on the first two years - 1961 and 1962 in this episode which was about the same time as the South West African People’s Organisation took off. South Africa was supported by America until it became clear that the threat of a nuclear war reduced the possibility of a conventional war between the U.S. and Russia. For those who did …
 
Join Bri for this dope conversation with Shacasia Johnson: athlete, multi-national gold medal olympic weightlifter, and self-proclaimed goofball! Casia shares how she made a tough choice for her future path out of high school, her journey into oly, why she never plays small, and why you BET NOT ever assume she is from the OTHER Kansas City! See you…
 
This week's episode starts with Craig Pittman sharing some of his favorite Florida Women from the state's history in recognition of Women's History Month. Follow Craig on Twitter and Facebook @CraigTimes and on Instagram @CraigPittman78 for more. Our guest this week is Amy Green, author of "Moving Water: The Everglades and Big Sugar." Amy's book, w…
 
Part 2 of my conversations with Victor Muzadi of the Championship Angola Basketball National team. Discussing African Basketball and all the behind the scenes actions! Listen & Like the full episode of Real Talk with special guest Angola Basketball Legend Victor Muzadi. Learn the strategies, mind games and what it took to Win All Those African Cham…
 
The scramble for Africa accelerated after the 1884 partition of the continent where European nations agreed to divvy up Africa in a meeting arranged by the Germans.Soon afterwards, King Leopold II of Belgium became frustrated by Belgium's lack of international power and prestige.He tried to persuade the Belgian government to support colonial expans…
 
On the one hundred and seventy-second episode of THE THIRD ACT PODCAST the crew is reunited. We ease our way back into the normal episode structure by talking about the John Landis / Eddie Murhpy mega-hit COMING TO AMERICA and the decades later "legacyquel" COMING 2 AMERICA. We welcome back the Auteurography segment on Nicolas Roeg and talk about h…
 
This week's episode begins with an update on the disastrous "Roads to Ruin" M-CORES toll road proposal and efforts in the state legislature to adjust it. Our guest this week is historical reenactor Ersula K Odom who has been portraying Mary McLeod Bethune at events across Florida for many years. Odom's performances see her dress in period appropria…
 
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