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The goal of the #ITSNEEDED Podcast is to bridge the gap between Law Enforcement and the community. The host, Ryan Tillman, is the founder of Breaking Barriers United and a police officer in Southern California. Ryan is joined by his co-host Officer Anthony Johnson, A.K.A. "The Dancing Cop”.
 
Todd knows movies. For 30 years, the Hollywood veteran has overseen 170 films (and counting) - including XXX, Anger Management, 13 Going on 30, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Black Hawk Down, Punch Drunk Love, Con Air, and Hellboy. Join Todd as he shares tips and stories on the movie business and chats it up with A-list industry pals.
 
Have you ever been watching a movie or tv show and wondered, "Who's that actor playing Cop #2"? "Who's that prostitute who snitched"? "Who's that Doctor that let the main character die"? I'm Brian Lafontaine and I'm one of those no-name-not-famous professional actors. There are thousands of us and we're everywhere. We might even live right next door to you, and these are our stories.
 
This is the show documenting the hard hitting truth about life as a street cop on patrol. What types of calls are worked during the week? What are the stresses and frustrations of being a police officer in this current climate? What are the rewarding parts of the job? How do I balance work, home, and play? Keith dives into these topics and gives a behind the scenes, or better yet, a behind the badge perspective of a Cop Life.
 
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Mysterious Universe is a weekly podcast featuring fascinatingly strange reports from all over the world. Always interesting and often hilarious, join hosts Aaron Wright and Benjamin Grundy as they investigate the latest in futurology, weird science, consciousness research, alternative history, cryptozoology, UFOs, and new-age absurdity.
 
BEHIND THE CRIME SCENE - A True Crime Podcast with retired FBI Special Agent Gina L Osborn explores the human side of first responders, investigators and prosecutors. It focuses on notorious cases which have haunted these crime fighters their entire careers. In each episode, Gina dives deep into the world of some of the worst crimes in U.S. history. She goes behind the scenes to show how these cases impacted the lives of the heroes who responded to them.
 
There’s a reason the History Channel has produced hundreds of documentaries about Hitler but only a few about Dwight D. Eisenhower. Bad guys (and gals) are eternally fascinating. Behind the Bastards dives in past the Cliffs Notes of the worst humans in history and exposes the bizarre realities of their lives. Listeners will learn about the young adult novels that helped Hitler form his monstrous ideology, the founder of Blackwater’s insane quest to build his own Air Force, the bizarre lives ...
 
We live in a confusing time, bombarded every day with news from around the world that can be hard to follow, or fully understand. Let Worldly be your guide. Every Thursday, senior writer Zack Beauchamp, senior foreign editor Jennifer Williams, and staff defense writer Alex Ward give you the history and context you need to make sense of the moment and navigate the world around you. Produced by Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
The Men of Action are Graham Self and Andrew Crupi a real life buddy cop movie odd couple. Graham’s the fresh faced recrute whos had very little experience with movies from the“Golden Age of Action” while Crupi’s the grizzled veteran who’s seen it all before and is getting too old for this... well you know the rest. The Men Of Actions mission, should they choose to accept it, is to watch action movies from the “Golden Age of Action” the 80’s and 90’s and discuss whether or not they deserve a ...
 
In this raw and motivational show we focus on forging men into modern day warriors. We uncover the secrets of how Tier-1 Men are created. You will learn how they live, how they think and what sets them apart. These men are the chosen few who have the courage, self confidence and warrior spirit that is embodied in every aspect of their life. Whether they are running toward gunfire, walking into a boardroom or being a transcendent fathers and husbands, at the core they remain warriors. Every s ...
 
Law Enforcement Today - The Podcast. Join your host John "Jay" Wiley, radio DJ and Retired Baltimore Police Sergeant, and guests which are active, retired, former Law Enforcement Officers, their families, supporters and survivors of horrific crimes as they tell their unique stories from their own experiences. The Law Enforcement Today radio show is syndicated on numerous radio stations across the U.S. and the podcast has been in continuous operation since March of 2017. The show can be descr ...
 
The lads and lasses of Achievement Hunter congregate each week to discuss the important questions in life. Plus drink beer. Watch LIVE every Thursday at 2PM CT on svod.roosterteeth.com. Watch the free video version at YouTube.com/AchievementHunter.
 
Audio Mullet: Discussing topics that are out of fashion, and yet eternally cool, audibly. Featuring Mike Nelson of Rifftrax, Doug TenNapel of Earthworm Jim, and Ethan Nicolle of Axe Cop. This is not an explicit podcast but it is also not recommended for kids.
 
Nostalgia Cops is a rewatch podcast in which the hosts, Lynne and Evan, attempt to go back down memory lane together. Choosing off a list of over 100 different shows, the two hosts will watch and discuss different shows from their childhood. The podcast is released monthly, with episodes coming out the first Friday of each month.
 
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How did it start? Well, let me tell you how it's going, Kemonofriendzone's very own Anime Serbia joins Thought Cops this week to do what we do best and complain about what happened this week on Twitter. Support the show on Patreon Field Notes There's a new Reeducationing video out, make sure to watch it, share it, and subscribe. https://youtu.be/-l…
 
In what will be among the largest and boldest urban police reform experiment in decades San Francisco is creating and preparing to deploy teams of professionals from the fire and health departments — not police — to respond to most calls for people in a psychiatric, behavioral or substance abuse crisis. Instead of police, these types of crisis call…
 
One of the most successful protests against police brutality following the killing George Floyd happened in Tiburon, Calif., where a police officer resigned and the police chief was forced to retire early. We speak with Yema Khalif, the owner of YEMA, the only black business in the town of 9,000, whose harassment by cops led to outrage from the com…
 
Zack, Jenn, and Alex talk about two huge ongoing protest movements: demonstrations against police violence in Nigeria and against monarchical privilege in Thailand. The team breaks down the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), the violent police unit at the heart of the Nigerian protests, and talk about the problems with policing in that country in g…
 
Part 2 of 2. Detective Lindsey Wade discusses her role as a cold case homicide investigator in the sexual homicide of Jennifer Bastian and chilling disappearance of Ann Marie Burr. 20% off CBD products at BostonGreenHealth.com. Promo code: Case20. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
Hello lovers, it's time to cast a light on the most prestigious of movie genres: the humble rom-com. We take a look at iconic films and actors, the origins of the rom-com, and ask why did rom-coms want us to fancy Jack Black and Michael Cera so much? Listen in for one of the most contentious Cop On debates to date: is The Lobster (2015) a rom-com? …
 
Leah Anaya is our guest. She is a retired police officer, her career was ended by a permanent injury. Leah talks about her law enforcement career and her time with the Oakland California Police Department and the day that four other officers were murdered. She discusses the impact that their murders had on her and the police department at the time.…
 
Radio host and producer Roman Mars is known for shedding light on often overlooked elements of architecture and urban design. His latest book, “The 99% Invisible City: A Field Guide to the Hidden World of Everyday Design,” continues that trend. The book is a culmination of years of research for Mars and explores such questions as “why you don’t see…
 
Sara Seager is an MIT astrophysicist. She has made it her life’s work to peer into the spaces around stars – looking for exoplanets outside our solar system, hoping to find the one-in-a-billion world that is enough like ours to sustain life. But after the unexpected death of her husband, Sara struggled with some of the new day-to-day tasks that she…
 
Five years ago, Pastor Michelle Thomas was looking for a place to build a church in Loudoun County, which borders the Potomac River in northern Virginia. She had no idea her search would lead her to a neglected burial ground for enslaved people, nor that her 16-year-old son would die and become, as she put it, “the first African American person who…
 
Metro Nashville Police Sergeant Henry Particelli is our guest. He breaks most of the commonly held stereotypes about police. Henry originally from Canada, was a professional singer - songwriter in Nashville before becoming a Police Officer at age 40. He discusses his feelings about the killing of George Floyd and how that inspired his song "Your Na…
 
Even the most optimistic Democrats didn’t have South Carolina on the list of Republican U.S. Senate seats they seriously thought they could flip at the start of 2020. But a little more than two weeks out from Election Day, it’s within reach. Democrat Jaime Harrison — a 44-year-old former state party chairman, congressional aide and lobbyist — has r…
 
When the coronavirus pandemic hit this spring, government relief payments provided a life raft to millions of people who had been thrown out of work. That life raft, however, is now losing air, threatening to leave the unemployed in a perilous situation just as Washington leaders struggle to clinch a new package of aid ahead of the November electio…
 
Early voting began in Georgia on Monday, and WABE went live from State Farm Arena, Georgia’s largest polling place. The local hosts of “Morning Edition” and “All Things Considered” – Lisa Rayam and Jim Burress— set up at the Arena and spoke to poll workers, elections officials and voters. “This is my third stop,” said Fulton county resident Bobbie …
 
You probably know part of the Zodiac story. The guy killed five, wounded two, wrote letters in code, and drew tremendous press. There was a great movie about the case. But true crime veteran Michael Benson is taking a brand new look at that most-interesting of cold cases, coming from the mindset that the Zodiac’s combination of diverse killing styl…
 
NYPD and a community of Hasidic Jews clash in Brooklyn, as de Blasio continues to impose his dreadful will on the formerly free people of New York City. Brutal Crime History Lesson 001 - Brooklyn's All-time Meanest Pimp - DaVernon LeGrande Phony preacher, pimp, rapist and serial killer DeVernon LaGrande put the fear of God into his Brooklyn neighbo…
 
Slate staffers Sam Adams and Laura Miller spoil The Haunting of Bly Manor. An American governess (Victoria Pedretti) signs on two care for two orphaned children in a remote English mansion. But she finds the house is haunted by a malevolent presence, and the children may be as well. Sam Adams and Laura Miller break down Netflix’s followup to The Ha…
 
From fights over early voting applications to ballot drop-off sites, voting in Texas has drawn national attention. Sam talks to Texas reporters Ashley Lopez of member station KUT and Jessica Huseman of ProPublica to unpack what's happening and what it means for voting access. Then, Sam gets advice from John Paul Brammer, creator of the advice colum…
 
Who was the enigma of a man known as Count Saint Germain? Reaching the highest levels of the aristocracy throughout Europe this mysterious character seemed to be charting a course in fate and attempting to change history. As a man of many talents, he utilised alchemy and occult secrets to seemingly possess immortality, invisibility and numerous oth…
 
The phrase “good things come in small packages” certainly applies to an event this weekend called “Big Paths, Tiny Parks.” For the event, tiny-themed greenspaces are crafted by local nonprofits and displayed along Path400 in Buckhead. This art initiative is in collaboration with Tiny Doors ATL and Livable Buckhead. “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes s…
 
CNN international correspondent Clarissa Ward has spent much of her career traveling the globe as an award-winning conflict reporter. However, now she is telling her own story in her new memoir, “On All Fronts: The Education Of A Journalist.” On Friday’s edition of the program, Ward joined “Closer Look” host Rose Scott to share what her life has be…
 
Garrett Bradley‘s latest documentary, “Time,” tells the real-life story of Fox Rich as she fights for the release of her husband Rob, convicted of armed robbery and serving a 60-year sentence in Louisiana’s Angola prison. The film, shot in black and white, blends old home movies that Fox took with new footage taking place as she tries to navigate A…
 
In Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump put forward a Supreme Court nominee who embodies a set of voters the Democrats need on their side to win elections. She’s a well-educated, White, suburban Catholic woman. Many Democrats object to her well documented conservative views in such areas as abortion, health care, guns, and immigrant rights, but they …
 
Even the most effective, safest coronavirus vaccine won’t work to curb the spread of the virus unless a large number of people get immunized. And getting a vaccine from the manufacturers all the way into people’s arms requires complex logistics — and will take many months. Now, public health officers across the country are rushing to finish up the …
 
Standing in front of the Supreme Court on the night of Sept. 20 was a striking moment for anyone who has paid attention to women in politics for the last four years. That’s not just because it was the night of a vigil for a feminist giant, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, but because it provided a somber bookend to the last four years of the American women’s m…
 
When President Trump and Joe Biden faced off for the first — and so far, only — presidential debate late last month, Trump attacked his Democratic rival with a false claim about Hunter Biden. “Hunter got thrown out of the military,” Trump said. “He was thrown out, dishonorably discharged, for cocaine use.” That’s factually wrong. Hunter Biden, age …
 
VICE News Reports launches October 15, 2020. With so much going on around the world and so many people telling you they have the definitive take on the news -- we bring you to the news so you can hear it for yourself. VICE News reporters and producers take you along as we travel across the globe to where it is all happening, right up to the frontli…
 
Whether you lived here for decades or are a newcomer, voting in Georgia can be complicated. “There are so many elections. There are so many dates. It’s so confusing,” says Vyanti Joseph of Cobb County. Keeping her community informed pushed her to become involved with the group They See Blue. The national organization mobilizes Democratic South Asia…
 
“High Visibility” is a new virtual group exhibition of Atlanta LGBTQIA photographers. The launch of this exhibition coincides with the 50th anniversary of Atlanta Pride. Atlanta artists and curators Le’Andra LeSeur and Michael James O’Brien joined “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes to discuss this exhibition, presented by Atlanta Photography Group, Wu…
 
Fear is the Killer of Progress. Warrior-minded men have all fought this battle against themselves. Yes, Fear will always exist, but it is your duty as a Man of War to subdue and balance that fear. To rise above it and run into the sound of gunfire. Listen closely as Rafa Conde shares his relationship with fear and how you can too can master it.As a…
 
Groundhog Day... deja vu... are phrases that tend to have negative connotations. Repetition is often equated with monotony. Not so for Catherine Russell. She holds the world record for the most theatre performances in the same role and she wouldn't have it any other way. For the past 32 years she has been playing the role of Margaret Thorne Brent -…
 
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is launching a seven-figure advertising investment aimed at mobilizing Black voters — with a particular eye toward Black men — across nearly a dozen states, a strategic move by House Democrats’ campaign committee to further energize the key demographic as the election season heads into its final weeks…
 
An amendment on this year’s ballot asks people whether sovereign immunity should be waived. If it passes, Georgians can once again sue their government in state courts. Right now that is not possible, says attorney Don Samuel. “If the Legislature passes a law now that nobody over 6 feet tall can vote, you can’t sue the state, you can’t enjoin that …
 
Updated Friday at 5:20 p.m. The noise, exhaust fumes and the dangers posed by illegal street racing have prompted Atlanta City Councilman Amir Farokhi to call for the city’s senior leadership to end it. In a letter to Atlanta’s chief operating officer, Farokhi asks that police have more resources to enforce laws against street racing. Farokhi says …
 
Hey gang. So there is an outlet called Crawlspace Media. They hire failed actress, Naama Kates. She then goes on to host a program titled "Incel". This idea, intent and action of this show is to make 4chan conversations mainstream friendly and acceptable. This episode, she has another annonymous guest and he shares his thoughts on "non violent rape…
 
Early this month, President Trump’s national security adviser Robert O’Brien held his first meeting with his Russian counterpart, Nikolai Patrushev. The two men met in neutral Switzerland as Patrushev, a confidant of Russian President Vladimir Putin, is under sanctions by the United States and the European Union. “One of the reasons I went to meet …
 
Author Amy Petulla uncovers the curious case that left two men dead and the incredible story still surrounded by controversy, speculation and myth. In 1982, Tony West and Avery Brock made a visit to notorious Corpsewood Manor under the pretense of a celebration. They brutally murdered their hosts. Dr. Charles Scudder and companion Joey Odom built t…
 
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