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NoBraking creator James sits down and talks cars and bikes with automotive legends, icons, drivers, builders and some great friends.New weekly episodes go live every Wednesday morning and the occaisional bonus episodes can be found on a Monday.Make sure to follow us and subscribe!
 
Physics World Weekly offers a unique insight into the latest news, breakthroughs and innovations from the global scientific community. Our award-winning journalists reveal what has captured their imaginations about the stories in the news this week, which might span anything from quantum physics and astronomy through to materials science, environmental research and policy, and biomedical science and technology. Find out more about the stories in this podcast by visiting the Physics World web ...
 
The Official Podcast of Birdies and Bourbon. Featuring topics and guests associated with golf, the PGA Tour, European Tour, sports, fantasy, betting, analysis, stats, player interviews, brands, bourbon, spirits, cocktails and all the discussions you will find at the 19th hole. Guests include interviews with Tour Pros, Caddies, Master Distillers, tasters, production managers, bloggers and authors. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/birdies-bourbon/support
 
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Jaime Nuñez & Daniel Zimmer

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B3 (Bourbon, Buddies, Balls) is a Football/Soccer podcast in which fans of the sport talk about all things football. We talk about transfers, league predictions, match days from big European Leagues and Cups to Leagues from our side of the world like MLS and LigaMX. We started the Summer of 2019 and our first show features predictions from Ligue 1, Serie A, Eredivisie, MLS, LigaMX, Bundesliga, La Liga, EPL, USL, and the Club/Nations Cups around the world.
 
AirMagique is an unofficial Disneyland Paris Podcast dedicated to the most magical place in Europe. Let's talk about everything Disneyland Paris, from park tips to history and news. You can also find us on Twitter @airmagique and on Instagram under airmagique. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/airmagique/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/airmagique Facebook: https://bit.ly/2QEJrrT Questions? Comments? Compliments? You can reach us at disneylandparisnow@yahoo.com AirMagique is an unofficial po ...
 
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The Halo-Halo Show (w/ Rica G & JC)

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FEEL FREE TO LISTEN TO THIS PODCAST IN ANY ORDER! On a quest to save Manila traffic (and now Pandemic) from boredom, we talk about what's happening around the world on our Trending Topics, answer your burning questions on our Leche Fan Mail, and just bring a wonderful mix *wink wink* of lighthearted fun, humor and reality to your earbuds Hosted by Radio DJ's/Hosts/All-Around Weirdos Rica Garcia and JC Tevez, this show is bound to bring you laughs, silly insights and just a downright good time
 
Ty made his first stand up debut at Caroline's on Broadway in New York City several years ago and since has been blazing the comedy circuit. Born in Montclair, New Jersey Ty Raney honed his craft in the small suburban town where cracking jokes or some would say "playing the dozens" was part of survival. Born an 80's baby Ty grew up with the comedic influences of Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy and Robert Townsend. Later to join the comedy greats in his own voyage with a little assistance from hi ...
 
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Coming out of the first mid-week games of the season, we find out where things are in the different clubs and the different coaches.Send us your best football/soccer inspired halloween pictures. We have another fan email. Our fan asks us about the Bi-Annual World Cup and reasons why that is, or is not, happening. Their second question is about a Wo…
 
The European Union announced plans Thursday to require the smartphone industry to adopt a uniform charging cord for mobile devices, a push that could eliminate the all-too-familiar experience of rummaging through a drawer full of tangled cables to find the right one. The European Commission, the bloc’s executive arm, proposed legislation that would…
 
Waka Nathan has passed away at aged 81. The former All Black was credited with saving Maori rugby when he coached them after his playing career ended. He suffered with dementia in his later life. The America's Cup drama continues. Mark Dunphy wants to provide money for Auckland to host again, but Grant Dalton and Team New Zealand have ceased all co…
 
The tourism and hospitality industries are facing a major work shortage. But they will not let that bring them down. The Government has made it clear to them they won't be able to rely on immigration to solve their problems. Industry leaders are getting together in November to carve out a plan forward. Go with Tourism programme director Matt Stento…
 
Former All Black Waka Nathan has passed away aged 81. He was a crucial part of Auckland's Ranfurly Shield success up to 1963 and went on to play 37 tests for the All Blacks. After his playing days had ended, he coached the New Zealand Maori side and is credited with saving Maori rugby in New Zealand. Former All Black and teammate Chris Laidlaw join…
 
Employers are being put in a difficult situation over Covid-19 vaccinations. An employment lawyer says that workers may be able to sue if the jab is made mandatory. He's calling for the government to lay out a clear policy on this so employers can be sure the law is on their side. Edwin Morrison told Heather du Plessis Allan employers could also be…
 
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday announced that the state has put out a revised rule which follows a "symptom-based approach" to quarantining students, meaning asymptomatic children exposed to Covid-19 in classrooms could be sent back to school by parents. "If somebody is symptomatic, of course they stay home. If there's a close contact, but …
 
Trying to get across the ditch has pushed some to extreme measures. Some people are spending huge amounts of money to get back to Australia with reports a family of three booked a private charter plane to Brisbane. Inflight Charters says the news has generated about 20 calls and 15 emails from people wanting to do the same. Charter Manager Paul Ast…
 
ExportNZ says Zespri kiwifruit that tested positive for Covid-19 was likely infected in China. The positive result came during routine sample testing by Chinese officials, but all further tests have since come back negative. The fruit was packed in the Bay of Plenty in May and shipped from Tauranga in August, where there was no Covid-19 community t…
 
The Government's being accused of putting a positive gloss on mental health progress. A review into the implementation of the 2019 Budget $1.9 billion mental health and addiction package says funded initiatives are on track for completion. But it also signalled room for improvement including around mental health infrastructure and retaining a quali…
 
It's like a fleet of helicopters flying overhead. That's how people have described the sound of new vineyard frost fans in Masterton. Matahiwi Estate has installed nine new duel blade frost fans, sparking the creation of the Matahiwi Frost Fan Action Group. Member Erica Kinder told Heather Du Plessis-Allan the fans are unbearable. “So there’s a big…
 
There’s been a lot of coverage today about the poor state of our health system. And the fact that we simply don’t have enough ICU capacity to cope with the kinds of Covid outbreaks we will eventually have to deal with once it properly takes hold in the community. If you’re worried about the health system, and I am, then get a jab. This is the singl…
 
In this episode of the Physics World Weekly podcast the historian Alex Wellerstein explains how the US has kept its nuclear secrets since the Second World War. The author of Restricted Data: the History of Nuclear Secrecy in the United States, he explains how the country has walked the fine line between trying to prevent rogue actors from developin…
 
A coroner wants a harder line from the Ministry of Transport on the issue of drunk boating. Sue Johnson has released her findings on the death of a Southland man who died in a jet boat accident in 2019. The Jet boat driver would have been well over the legal blood alcohol limit if he was behind the wheel of a car, but there is no equivalent legal r…
 
We might need to brace ourselves for a few problems with supermarket bread supply. With workers striking at one of our biggest bread suppliers, George Western. Mark Bosomworth general manager of the banking division at George Western Foods says it will only affect north of Taupo. He also said they’re disappointed the union has taken this approach. …
 
New Zealand could see less cows and milk in the next decade. Fonterra is predicting the total amount of milk supply in New Zealand is likely to decline. And, the climate change commission report says dairy cattle numbers could also fall by 13 per cent by 2030. Fonterra Boss Miles Hurrell says forcing farmers to decrease herds would be outrageous ..…
 
Three Waters protesters made their voices heard today in Nelson as the council gave feedback on the proposed reforms. But the protest quickly went awry with grey haired citizens being escorted out of the council building by police. A response, Neville Male, who was behind the protest described as a complete overreaction. The three waters reform ref…
 
A former Government virus modeller claims the latest official forecast of possible Covid deaths is overcooked. Te Punaha Matatini research suggests 7000 people would die of Covid in a year, with an 80% vaccination rate. Its modelling suggests having 90% vaccine coverage of everyone five and older would see about 500 hospitalisations, and 50 deaths …
 
I don’t even want to start guessing why the PM released that doomsday model this afternoon. But whatever her motivations, I am not in the slightest convinced by the numbers. According to the model – designed by Shaun Hendy – even if we get 80% of us vaccinated, we will still see 7000 deaths a year from covid. That’s 135 a week. That will scare the …
 
OG Moto Show is back! The Outlier’s Guild Motorcycle Show is a celebration of custom bikes. It is now in its fifth year and came about as a response to similar shows in Austin and Portland. Los Angeles didn’t have a similar show, and the organizers, Jay, Ralph, Stand and John felt Los Angeles was ready. Five years in and four shows later (thanks Co…
 
PGA Tour Caddie Dean Emerson of Dynamite Caddy Services Chats Tour Life Under the Strap, Ryder Cup, NFL Picks & Favorite Courses PGA Tour Caddie Dean Emerson of Dynamite Caddy Services Chats Tour Life Under the Strap, Ryder Cup, NFL Picks & Favorite Courses. We had a blast chatting with Dean about how Dynamite started. Dean tells stories of the fir…
 
Nine MIQ spots have been set aside specifically for the Climate Change Minister James Shaw's trip to Glasgow. The Prime Minister confirmed yesterday that the slots had to be specially arranged, after they failed to secure them in Monday's room release. The National Party have questioned whether Shaw needs to take such a large entourage, considering…
 
Did the government ask Pfizer to delay its vaccine shipments while a leaked document from the Ministry of Health shows that the ministry was expecting all Pfizer vaccines to be delivered by September? Chris Bishop thinks so, revealing a plan leaked to National that showed all doses would arrive by the end of September. But Chris Hipkins says that t…
 
The Government's new tactical response model is being seen as a compromise. More than $15 million is being put towards the revamp, in which officers will be supported by AOS-level training and intelligence analysts. But, Police Minister Poto Williams says, they won't be armed. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
The Department of Conservation spent $130,000 trying to keep Toa the Orca alive despite advice that the whale needed to be put down. Jack Mace, the DOC operations director of the Lower North Island says there are only 200 Orca left in New Zealand and if they had been able to reunite Toa with his family it would be money very well spent. LISTEN ABOV…
 
Protests continue in Melbourne for a third day ... even during an earthquake. The 5.9 magnitude quake damaged some storefronts..but no injuries have been reported. Protesters objecting to mandatory Covid vaccination and restrictions at work, are in a standoff with police. Melbourne correspondent Lesley Yeoman says some are at the Shrine of Remembra…
 
Claims the Government consciously slowed Covid-19 vaccine deliveries. National's been leaked an internal Ministry of Health document from May, showing all Pfizer doses were due to arrive by the end of September. They're now arriving in October. Party Covid Response spokesman, Chris Bishop, says it's incompetence. He says if they had been here by th…
 
A South Auckland Councillor is raising the alarm about Covid-19 in gangs. It's reportedly snuck its way into infecting members of the Mongrel Mob, Black Power and now Hell's Angels. Councillor Alf Filipaina says authorities may have problems reaching out to gangs. He says it's important to reach out to help members and their family. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
This week we talk about Manny Pacquiao and Isko Moreno's presidential candidacy (24:38), a local artist's shocking passing in La Union (1:07:14) and the case of Gabby Petito and her disappearance captivating TikTok (1:11:13) Commerchills - Join the European Higher Education Fair for free!: https://www.facebook.com/EHEFPhilippines/ hear more about i…
 
Increasing the fines for breaching covid rules is a nonsense isn’t it? The PM cannot seriously expect us to buy this. This is clearly designed to make it look like her government is cracking down on lockdown rule breakers when they’re doing nothing of the sort. The Prime Minister announced this afternoon that fines are going up On-the-spot fines fo…
 
A poll commissioned by Team New Zealand shows that 3/4 of Kiwis do not want the cup defended here in New Zealand if it costs the taxpayer more money. This poll contradicts the one from Mark Dunphy, which puts the opposition to extra taxpayer funding at only 45% with us now as a UTI. Sailing commentator Mark Orams doesn’t put much credence in either…
 
Alert Level Three is a welcome change for Auckland businesses -- but there's still a tough road ahead. The region moves down alert levels from 11.59 tonight -- and with it comes the introduction of click and collect services. Auckland Business Chamber chief executive Michael Barnett says businesses are over it. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The elimination strategy is looking less and less viable. There were 14 new cases in the community today, one not yet linked. Experts agree the decision to ease restrictions in Auckland was a line call and fear numbers will track back upwards. Melbourne Epidemiologist Tony Blakely says New Zealand is echoing events in Melbourne and New South Wales.…
 
Correction's top boss claims staff couldn't have stopped a remand prisoner being picked up with three people in the car. The man was collected at Auckland's Mount Eden Prison and driven to his bail address in upper Waikato. He later tested positive for Covid and has passed the virus onto four household members. The Corrections Minister says the cou…
 
Disagreement from MPs voting this afternoon on a new terror prevention law. The Counter-Terrorism Legislation Bill has its second reading today. Act Party Leader David Seymour says his Party is voting against it, concerned the process is being rushed. But National Party Counter-Terrorism Spokesperson, Mark Mitchell, disagrees, and says this needed …
 
Ryder Cup Fantasy Picks & Predictions | PGA Tour Betting Strategy | Whistling Straits | Sheboygan, WI | Max Homa Wins the Fortinet Championship | Remembering Norm MacDonald Congrats to Max Homa on his Fortinet Championship victory. Max played an outstanding tournament and closed out the win with an amazing back nine on Sunday. We recap the tourname…
 
We’re back with another show and this time our theme is movies streaming on Amazon Prime and Netflix. If you listened last week or can read with your eyeballs, you’ll know that this week we’re covering The Tomorrow War & Stowaway. Section 1 - Anything Goes Nicole watched Free Guy and Dan watched Candyman (2021) and Bad Milo. We breeze through secti…
 
Eric and Niels continue their European Theme Park Spotlight series. This time they focus on one of the oldest theme parks in the world “Tivoli Gardens” in Copenhagen, Denmark. 🇩🇰 It inspired Walt Disney to build the original Disneyland in California. Eric was fortunate enough to visit the park and will be sharing his in depth trip report with y’all…
 
After this move to level 3 today, we all need to accept the possibility that we never get rid of covid in the community again. Today might be the day we ended the so-called “elimination” strategy. Clearly, getting us back to zero is no longer the sole focus of this government If it was - if their aim was to stamp out this outbreak altogether – Auck…
 
Auckland will move to alert level three from midnight tomorrow. Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson says he's feeling confident that the situation for Auckland is still a level with plenty of restrictions in it. He says some people can go back to work, a few people will be moving around, but it is still a restrictive level - with bubbles still in…
 
A top businessman is urging the Government to ease demand on MIQ by allowing loosening travel restrictions. More than 25-thousand people logged into a virtual lobby today to clamour for one of three-thousand MIQ vouchers. It was the first room release in weeks -- and only four-thousand more will be released each fortnight until Christmas. Animation…
 
The New Zealand Breakers have agreed to release Tai Webster after the star guard refused the Covid-19 vaccine. Webster, the breakout star from last season, inked a new two-year contract with the Breakers in July but will no longer be with the club after he decided not to get vaccinated due to "personal reasons". Breakers owner Matt Walsh says the d…
 
Waikato District's Mayor says it's an unsettling time for communities impacted by a "bespoke" Alert Level Four. A Section 70 notice is now in place for people who live, work or have travelled through the Mangatangi area since September 8. It obliges them to stay home at least five days, to allow testing and contact tracing. It comes after a Covid-p…
 
An expert says the million-dollar question is how long Auckland will stay in Level Three. The region moves down a level from midnight tomorrow. Covid-19 modeller Shaun Hendy says contact tracers have had an epic five weeks, and it's now in their hands to close out this cluster. He says we'll know in a couple of weeks whether that's worked. Hendy sa…
 
After the Holiday break we are back to talk about one of our favorite leagues…. UEFA Champions League is back and with many upsets along the way. We talk about Match Day 1 of this years UCL and what have been the teams that really stood out.We also give our predictions for winners of some of the league in our bid to win a kit. We finish the episode…
 
The America's Cup may just return to New Zealand after all. After the deadline for hosting was delayed with no solid deal in place, Mark Dunphy has made a formal offer to Team NZ and Grant Dalton to host the next competition in Auckland. Meanwhile, ahead of the weekend's Rugby Championship, former England coach Sir Clive Woodward has slammed South …
 
Italian workers in both the public and private sectors must display a health pass to access their workplaces from Oct. 15 under a decree adopted Thursday by Premier Mario Draghi’s broad-based coalition government. The measures are the first by a major European economy requiring proof of vaccination, a recent negative virus test or recovery from COV…
 
The Indonesian Government is planning to ban backpackers from travelling to Bali when their borders reopen. They're aiming for 'quality tourism’ so won't allow backpackers to enter the island. Travel agent Rosann Conolly told Heather du Plessis-Allan it'll be interesting to see if Bali can sustain this. “You need to look at the likes of Kuta. Now t…
 
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