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In 1983, Paladin Press, a fringe publisher, released a book called Hit Man: A Technical Manual for Independent Contractors. The author, who went by the pen name Rex Feral, offered very specific tips for the aspiring contract killer— where to find employment, how much to charge...and how to get away with murder. Ten years later, Tiffani Horn’s mother, 8-year-old brother, and a close family friend were found murdered. The exhaustive investigation involved multi-state surveillance and wiretaps, ...
 
Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
Shelter Success Simplified is a podcast designed to help you run your animal welfare organization better. We interview experts in a concise format to give you the tools to save more animals while simplifying your work and setting up your organization for success in the long run. It’s short enough to listen while driving to work or when on a break.
 
Comedian and beauty expert Jackie Johnson explores the self care space while laughing, yelling, singing, and keeping things cruelty free. Jackie gabs with celebs, makeup artists, indie brand owners, and fellow funny folks about what beauty and self care mean to them (as well as what’s in their bags!). Grab your neck cream and join her as she takes the seriousness, mystery, and intimidation out of this robust topic.
 
Iridesco: A Homer’s Odyssey is an almost fictional story about a flock of feral pigeons in lockdown. Set in Brighton, London and the countryside in between, it follows the lives of Iridesco, Lulu, Dolly and Dove as they embark on a journey that teaches them about the dangers and delights of life as a bird and the relationship between humans, pigeons and homing pigeons.Part adventure story, part rom-com, the series features raucous crows that speak in iambic pentameter, a trip along the Regen ...
 
This horror-comedy features a chupacabra exterminator and a marine biology student who become unlikely allies while solving a monstrous murder. Ever since the Florida swamps went feral a few years back, Brad Marlin has been killing chupacabras. But on a standard house call for a student new to the area, things go horribly wrong. Brad’s coworker is murdered, and not, Brad suspects, by the standard sucker they’ve all gotten used to. A new monster is in their midst. But there’s more than one se ...
 
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True crime, conspiracy theories, ghosts, aliens, and things of that sort. Hosted by comics Adam Tod Brown, Caitlin Cutt, and Kari Martin. Bi-weekly episodes free on iTunes and Soundcloud. Weekly episodes at https://www.patreon.com/unpops
 
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Having gained a fairly useless philosophy degree, Ian takes a job delivering the mail in a disaster of an ex-mining town. Vital life lessons are learned by our sort of hero as he struggles to fit in with the oddball locals and desperately tries to figure out where it all went wrong.
 
Expanded Perspectives Podcast is your source for Ancient History, Alternative History, Cryptozoology, UFO's, Conspiracy Theories and all things Paranormal. Join the hosts and lifelong friends Kyle Philson and Cameron Hale as they dig into mysteries of our ancient past, unusual events, unbelievable creatures and undeniable truths through research and interviews with top researchers, archaeologist, historians and authors. They take a down to earth approach while maintaining and open mind. Its ...
 
Dungeons 'n Dragons, house ruled to death, as played by weird and weary videogame snobs. Starring a desertwalking Zoroastrian dwarf druid; a backwoods halfling elftaku, master of banjo, jaw harp and double flute; an emo cat-summoning death cleric; and a filthy, feral anarcho-syndicalist barbarian. A Selectbutton Gaiden podcast. Join us at www.selectbutton.net Radical show icon by art subgenius @BachelorSoft
 
Greetings and salutations! Welcome to The Feral Philosophers podcast! We are a duo, a team, a ménage a duex, we’re Peaches and Goo! We’re a couple of besties who love to chit chat about some of the most complex and uncomfortable issues we humans face on a day to day basis...for fun! Because we also happen to be hilarious, we came together to share our daily conversations with you, our beloved audience, our friends, our family! We aim to bridge the political and social divide between the left ...
 
Welcome to Feral Visions, a decolonial feminist radio hour brought to you by Liberation Spring® LLC! Tune in for consciousness-raising, analysis, current affairs, and unlearning from some of the most provocative visionaries in our movements. Please donate at liberationspring.com! Artwork by Quill Violet Christie-Peters. Feral Visions is produced by We Rise - weriseproduction.com
 
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In the earth beneath our neighborhoods, the woods surrounding our favorite hiking trails and the waters that line our coast lurks a strange phenomenon: Creatures that have traveled great distances to call communities in the South home – and wreak havoc on the world around them. As unwelcome as these new neighbors may be, they’re also giving scientists, farmers, fisherfolk, homeowner associations and more a chance to get creative finding ways to eliminate these species, mitigate their harm or ...
 
Crazy Fly was setup in the summer of 2009, a new electronic music label based near Maidstone, in the heart of the Kentish country side. The record label is all about promoting, good music, originality and fun. We aim to release music that is good and not just the same old stuff. As a guide to this we look to work with mainstream artists as well as unveiling undiscovered talent just hiding away in studios and bedrooms the world over. Please take the time to enjoy our music, we want to make a ...
 
Talking about all things Japan: the weird, the wonderful, and the *yabai*. Join Norm and Holly as they share their experiences having lived there, what they've observed about Japanese society from many different angles, whilst getting in some laughs and cries in between!
 
Feral animals and invasive plants, fish and birds cost Australia billions of dollars in management and lost production. They also impose a heavy burden on the environment. In this 11-part podcast series brought to you by the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions, join former ABC Landline and award-winning rural journalist Prue Adams as she talks with a range of super interesting researchers and personalities who are at the forefront of the fight against ferals.
 
Join MPavilion and a slew of design pundits and punters for a momentary detour discussing the intersections between design and the world we live in. MPavilion is an annual Melbourne-based architecture commission hosting the best conversations, workshops and performances over the Australian spring and summer.
 
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In this episode, John Spencer is joined by Dr. Richard Norton, aprofessor of national security affairs at the US Naval War College and a retired US Navy commander. Dr. Norton discusses his research on what he calls "feral cities"—those in which the state has lost the ability to maintain the rule of law yet remain a functioning actor in the greater …
 
Join Kate Rich—founder of grocery business and public experiment Feral Trade—in conversation with designer, writer and architect Rory Hyde.Linking their discussion to MPavilion’s November theme ‘Island Life’—a theme that considers the literal places and figurative spaces that exist between others—Kate and Rory will talk about the groundbreaking way…
 
Feral hogs are just one of several species of invasive mammals that are posing immense challenges for national park managers. Unlike invasive insects or reptiles, invasive mammals are often larger and more “charismatic” animals, difficult for parks to eradicate from a logistical, financial, and emotional perspective.…
 
Sally Gepp is an environmental lawyer and has practises as a barrister sole in New Zealand. She worked for nine years with environmental NGO Forest & Bird specializing in environmental law, and since 2019 has been working in environmental law independently. She has appeared as counsel in a number of high profile cases including in relation to the R…
 
Happy Halloween! In this week's episode we're exploring the wonderful world of trick-or-treating and how that's played out in Japan as well as our home countries! Timestamps 00:00 Intro 1:33 Exploring our old halloween costumes 5:15 The beautiful Yokai of the Week 12:40 Would ghosts survive well in modern Japan? 20:25 Our earliest memories of Hallo…
 
This week, we would like to introduce you to Black Friday, a new show from Realm, the studio that brought you Low Life. Subscribe to Black Friday wherever you get your podcasts, or visit Realm.fm A new horror-comedy starring Fred Armisen! Living corpses have taken over Mart Club the night before Black Friday, but if Bob forgets to bring home milk, …
 
Today, on Thankgiving, Jackie is grateful to all the hunnies, and to all of the amazing past guests on Natch Beaut! Please enjoy this trip down Natch Beaut memory lane, the 12th ever episode staring Stephanie Beatriz (Brooklynn Nine-Nine, In the Heights, and now the new Disney animated movie Encanto!) Stephanie answers all of the Hunnies' burning q…
 
You’re six to ten times LESS likely to catch COVID-19 if you’re vaccinated, and thus less likely to infect others. Great! But what about breakthrough cases? Who’s at risk for them? How many folks haven’t gotten vaccinated? Should pregnant people get the ol’ jab, what might happen with transmission rates in 2022, yearly booster questions, the ethics…
 
S1 EP16: Josh Widdicombe Josh Widdicombe joins Jon Richardson and Matt Forde to discuss, amongst other things: Michael Owen’s revolving trophy cabinet, crying at the Euros and what they’d ask Alan Sugar if they met him on a plane. Elsewhere Matt and Jon discuss how Matt bottled it at Thorpe Park, Ole Gunner Solskjaer’s sacking and the the Oi Frog f…
 
In this episode, we talk about anime! But not just the Narutos, One Pieces, and Bleaches: we talked about the childhood anime that we grew up with, our relationship with anime fans (aka. weaboos), and the real implications of what each of the genres represent. This isn't a discussion for everyone unless you're a fan of cultural implications and ant…
 
This episode is sponsored in part by Humane Network and Doobert.com. A few notes played on a toy piano by his showstopping cat Ricky, changed Steve Dale’s understanding of cat behaviour, forever. Steve Dale began to “clicker train” Ricky the Devon Rex and the two became an inseparable duo. They continued to work together and began dispelling myths …
 
On this episode of Expanded Perspectives the guys start the show off talking about Kyle recently injured his ankle while out working. Then, a woman claims they saw the Grim Reaper or a Gargoyle in her bedroom numerous times. Then, a man calls into the show to talk about his amazing prophetic dream. After the break, Kyle brings up some truly strange…
 
As Nyoongar Country morphs into Yamatji Country, off the coast of the small port town of Geraldton in Western Australia, there lies an archipelago of 122 islands and coral reefs known as Houtmans Abrohlos.Home to Australia’s largest single species fishery, the Western Rock Lobster industry, the fishermen who drive this $500 million industry have gr…
 
As Nyoongar Country morphs into Yamatji Country, off the coast of the small port town of Geraldton in Western Australia, there lies an archipelago of 122 islands and coral reefs known as Houtmans Abrohlos.Home to Australia’s largest single species fishery, the Western Rock Lobster industry, the fishermen who drive this $500 million industry have gr…
 
To celebrate the launch of MPavilion 2021, MPavilion 2021 architects Francesco Magnani and Traudy Pelzel of MAP studio (Venice) will be in conversation with MPavilion founder Naomi Milgrom AC, hosted by architect and much-loved host of Grand Designs Australia Peter Maddison.The talk will explore the minds, design and extraordinary story behind MPav…
 
Join collective being for a series of guided meditations designed to orient you to the present moment, ground your feet on Country, and connect you to your own body, to those around you, and to the more-than-human world.Each meditation presents an invitation.In the second meditation of this series, you are invited to notice the ground underneath yo…
 
Torres Strait Virtual Reality (TSVR), is a virtual reality game that was created to raise awareness of one of Australia’s First Nations people, Torres Strait Islanders. The game is an exemplar of how cultural traditions and knowledge can be used to anchor cultural reproductions and research in new mediums and offers an Indigenous framework for deve…
 
Join collective being for a series of guided meditations designed to orient you to the present moment, ground your feet on Country, and connect you to your own body, to those around you, and to the more-than-human world.Each meditation presents an invitation.In this third and final meditation of this series, you are invited to connect with the movi…
 
Join collective being for a series of guided meditations designed to orient you to the present moment, ground your feet on Country, and connect you to your own body, to those around you, and to the more-than-human world.In the first meditation of this series, you are invited to open your senses to the sounds, sensations and beings that surround you…
 
We’re shaking things up this year, and instead of doing a ThanksViking episode, we’re peeking into the world of Maya and Aztec art and writing. The Maya wrote using a system of around 800 glyphs--the Aztecs used as many as 2,000. We won’t get to ALL of these, but we’ll talk about how these writing systems developed, how they were used, and the role…
 
Wolf howls, wolf packs, wolf history and more! November 23 is the dog appreciation holiday Wolfenoot so we’re dishing up a puppy-sized and kid-friendly Smologies with lupinologist and Princeton professor Dr. Brigette vonHoldt. Learn about wolf populations, canine family dynamics, Game of Thrones direwolves, if wolves howl at the moon, myths and tru…
 
It’s been said that the night sky represents the other half of the National Park System. It’s in the national parks where you can experience some of the darkest skies you’ll find anywhere. Our guest this week knows all about that. Artist, author, astronomer and Night Sky Ambassador Doctor Tyler Nordgren talks with the Traveler’s Lynn Riddick about …
 
Today Jackie is thrilled to meet Natch Beaut Jodie Sweetin: a resilient queen, cultural icon, mom, actress, podcast host, author, and activist. She is also hosting her own Late Night show tomorrow night, Friday November 19th at 7:30PM PT/10:30PM ET- that you can virtually attend! Tickets are available here. Jodie shares with Jackie how Stephanie Ta…
 
Emmanuel chats with Emma Courtland about her show, Crime Show. And then, we hear an episode from the show. When teenager Hillary Transue made a MySpace page poking fun at her vice principal, she never imagined it would land her in a juvenile detention facility—and that to get out, she would need to expose a corruption scheme that ran to the highest…
 
This week, we continue our conversation about THRAWN ASCENDENCY: CHAOS RISING. We discuss what makes Thrawn stand out from other Star Wars protagonists, Thalias’ purpose, and, of course whether Thrawn is blue. The organization we’re highlighting for this group of episodes is the Texas Equal Access Fund. If you have the means to donate, you […]…
 
This week Danielle shares the bizarre tale of twins Sabina and Ursula Eriksson, while Zee covers the mystery of Mel’s Hole. Stalk us here! Twitter - ghostsnheauxs Instagram - ghosts_n_heauxs Facebook - GhostsnHeauxsPodcast And don’t forget to send your stories to ghostsnheauxs@gmail.com 👻🖤👻 Become an official Patron and get exclusive nonsense! Supp…
 
Who’s on it? What’s on it? And why does the interface feel like you’re on a prank show? Scicomm host, vlogger, author, internet friend, and TikTok-maker Hank Green stops in to chat about learning the language of the algorithm, dopamine, duets, data concerns, idealized selves, self-expression, mental health, authenticity, work/ life boundaries. And …
 
S1 EP15: Maisie Adam This week Jon Richardson and Matt Forde are joined by comedian Maisie Adam. Maisie talks us through the footballer’s autobiography that reminds her of The Human Centipede, we discuss the Vinny Van Der Veet vote from last week and Matt & Jon give us a glimpse into their future - where they’re two local radio DJs discussing the t…
 
GUEST: Chris Roy. Chris is a technology guy by day, and the founder of Doobert at night and on weekends. Doobert helps you help animals and is the only software that organizes transport, and the only foster management platform allowing you to send and receive texts with fosters. And Chris has continued to build out Doobert and recently added a new …
 
This episode is sponsored in part by Humane Network and Doobert.com. Emily discovered the joy that adventuring brought to cats—and their people—when she and her husband took their own cat with Cerebellar Hypoplasia outside for enrichment. From catio to stroller, to harness training, Emily and Stacy chat about the best steps to take when preparing y…
 
Come along for an exploration of anti-languages and the qualities that make them successful in building community and maintaining safety among the people that develop them. From occupational jargon to survival as a marginalized group to being hip with the kids, we tour a few of these languages, and subject everyone to a 16th century dialogue with t…
 
Enter the National Park System and you won’t come away disappointed when you realize all that awaits you. At Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, it’s impossible not to be awed by the volcanism that created the Hawaiian islands, and which is on full display at the crater atop the Kīlauea volcano. Jessica Ferracane, the park’s public affairs specialist, …
 
A conversation with author, Daren Kay about his experience writing and publishing his first novel, 'The Brightonians'. The podcast covers some of the challenges faced for a new novelist and the inspiration behind the people and places in the book. It also looks at the representation of LGBTQ+ characters in fiction and some of Daren's favourite auth…
 
On this episode of Expanded Perspectives Classic Rewind, we go all the way back to January 27, 2014, when we spoke with author, researcher, and friend Gerrard Williams about his book Grey Wolf - The Escape of Adolf Hitler! Gerrard Williams is an international journalist and historian with an esteemed career spanning over thirty years. His resume in…
 
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