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Insomnia? Mind racing at night? Worries keeping you up? Tune in for a bedtime story that lets you forget your problems and progressively gets more boring until you fall to sleep. So get in bed, press play, close your eyes, and drift off into dreamland.
 
Shackbaggerly - an adjective to describe ‘anything left in a loose, disorderly manner,’ not dissimilar to conversations between friends Katie Johnson & Howard Middleton who regularly appear together at various Food Festivals across the country, with Howard doing cookery demonstrations whilst Katie hosts them & because they usually end with a smile, it was suggested they team up to do a Podcast, so here it is. Katie is a former BBC Presenter & Howard a star off ‘The Great British Bake Off.’ T ...
 
Baking Bad - your weekly in-depth guide to all things Great British Bake Off or Great British Baking Show to our pals overseas! Join comedians and baking fans Ross Drummond, Sean Ford and Harry Monaghan as we deep dive into all things GBBO. We'll be Fielding your questions, talking about Toksvig and whether you're from Hollywood or Leith rest assured, if you knead to know it, we've got you covered.
 
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Spectacle is a series that analyzes the cultural and societal implications of your guilty pleasures. From reality TV to true crime, Spectacle simultaneously celebrates and critiques the media, people and places that define us. For advertising opportunities, contact podcastadsales@sonymusic.com. SEASON 3: This season of Spectacle delves into the history of true crime -- from the cases that shook us to our core, to its passionate audience, and what narratives and stereotypes it reinforces in o ...
 
Thanks to The LEGO Group, helping Adults Find that Joyful Focus. This brand-new podcast is all about our hobbies, pastimes & passions; the things we do that make us tick, make us who we are and influence how we spend our time. In these 10 episodes, join Sue Perkins for a chat with some truly amazing people about their hobbies. Some have developed into remarkable careers, some started in childhood, others are newly discovered passions. More than a few have turned into side hustles, whilst som ...
 
Broadway stars, historical women, and family-friendly showstoppers. Musical theatre writing team Bird & Mirabella present an independent, donation-based musical podcast focused on key, decision-making moments in the lives of history's greatest women. Through interactive storytelling and Broadway-style song, What Will She Do Next? keeps children searching for an answer, while ultimately learning a lesson in perseverance. Past performers include: television and film star, Matt Lucas (The Great ...
 
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The TV podcast with the X Factor, plenty of Strictly sparkle and a whole lot of witchetty grubs...Join us every week for all the latest news, gossip and goings-on from the biggest shows on TV as X Factor and Strictly Come Dancing mount their annual Saturday night rivalry, Great British Bake Off settles in on Channel 4 and we count down to the next batch of celebrities heading into the I'm A Celebrity jungle. Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/MirrorTV) and Facebook (https://www.facebo ...
 
Stir The Pot is a podcast about food and the people that love it. Each episode we interview a chef, food writer or even a celebrity that loves food and just loves to talk about it. This isn't just another stale podcast, in this show we sit in the kitchen and chat all things food, from the things we love to the things we cannot stand, it's not that serious and hopefully we have a laugh along the way! The show is presented by food writer Edd Kimber, who you may know as the winner of the first ...
 
I See News is the hilarious topical podcast from comedian Sam Gore, creator of I See You, Facebook's weirdest weekly satire column. Sick of one-dimensional media coverage? The reporters at I See News have access to every parallel world going, pulling in the insights and stories from alternative timelines where anything can happen.
 
The Modern Life Podcast touches on a little bit of everything. From books and video games to gushing over our favorite action movies; no stone is left unturned. We start each episode with the Modern Thought segment, where we all discuss a random interesting fact, then move on to the main topic.
 
Discover In It, a podcast that explores the joys and frustrations of supporting kids who learn and think differently. Join hosts Amanda Morin and Gretchen Vierstra as they talk with parents, caregivers, teachers, and sometimes kids. They offer perspective, advice, and stories for and from people who have challenges with reading, math, focus, and other learning differences. Understood is a nonprofit and social impact organization dedicated to shaping a world where the 1 in 5 people who learn ...
 
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Do you find yourself deep diving into strange rabbit holes of internet information on the weirdest or most mundane topics imaginable? Well, then you might be just as obsessed with random things as we are! Brought to you by the lovely folks at Perception Studio, join our hosts as they discuss their latest obsessions from Astrology to Zooplankton and everything in between as we dive into why we obsess over the things we do. Pop culture and fun facts are fuel for this fire and spark a lot of ra ...
 
Welcome to SCHEDULED PROGRAMMING, the official TV podcast of the We Made This network. Network chief, podcaster and author Tony Black is joined by a variety of co-hosts and guests talking about the hottest and most interesting new television shows, sometimes discussing our favourites and classics, and looking at the world of TV through a pop culture prism. Draw the curtains, grab some snacks, dim the lights and join us! A proud part of the WE MADE THIS network: wemadethisnetwork.com
 
The BBC Good Food Show Summer is a celebration of summer recipes, celebrity chefs and fantastic shopping for fresh seasonal produce. Watch some of Britain’s top chefs in live demonstrations at the show. The BBC Gardeners' World Live Theatre, sponsored by Wyevale Garden Centres, has a packed schedule of live and entertaining talks from top gardeners and well known experts from Gardeners' World TV programme and popular gardening experts. Monty Don, Carol Klein, Joe Swift and Toby Buckland will ...
 
Would you like to fulfill your potential to be the curious, creative, and imaginative star that you are, or would like to be? You already know in your bones that you are a creative beast, but maybe you just don't quite know how to unleash it – perhaps it’s an ignored talent in writing, leading innovation at work or simply underwater basket weaving. Every fortnight, John, a mild-mannered, middle-aged British man with a love of curiosity and philosophy, and a slightly louder, middle-aged Austr ...
 
Allrecipes podcast, Homemade, celebrates good food, the people who make it, and the stories and traditions of beloved recipes. On the show, hosts Sabrina Medora (national food writer and hospitality industry insider) and Martie Duncan (author and Next Food Network Star finalist), talk to cooks of all stripes to reveal the memories and traditions behind their favorite foods.
 
Friends Paul Hollywood, GBBO Judge, Baker and petrolhead and 6 time British Super Bike Champion Shane 'Shakey' Byrne have come together to create a series sharing stories, hopes and fears with a range of friends from petrol heads to cooks, comedians to singers, and a sprinkling of celeb! No subjects are off limits and the boys will probe all those questions you have always wanted to ask! This whole first season has come about for Paul and Shane to raise awareness, and hopefully some money, f ...
 
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Britain swelters in record-breaking 40 degree heat, Liz Truss emerges as the frontrunner for the next Prime Minister, and the Forde Report lays bare the factional infighting at the heart of the Labour Party. In this episode our Conservative correspondent travels the multiverse to explore what Liz Truss' glorious pork markets might actually look lik…
 
Paul Hollywood, celebrity chef and judge of the Great British Bake Off, talks about his new book, "Bake," the phenom that is the GBBO, his career, and making 1,000 donuts with salt instead of sugar. A must-listen. Sponsored by Wyman's. Leave us a message: https://leit.es/chat. Follow us on social @amytraverso and @davidleite. Support this podcast a…
 
We chat with Great British Bake Off judge and author of “BAKE” Paul Hollywood about the best and worst parts of his job, his secret to perfect scones and what a bin lid is—and why it's so delicious. Plus, journalist Alex Beggs tells us about cookbooks for pets; J. Kenji López-Alt takes wok cooking outdoors; and we make Spicy Chinese Beef Skewers. G…
 
Love: The Great British Bake-Off For Alex’s Love this episode, he dives into the nicest reality TV competition show in history, The Great British Bake-Off. He discusses its format, it’s over-a-decade-long run, and the value of emotionally investing in people’s cakes with no cash or interpersonal drama to cheapen it. Andy gives some comparisons to s…
 
We're done with Episodes 1-4, so it's time for the best sketches and headlines from the start of Season 8! Enjoying the show? Don't forget you can get early access to every episode and the stories on the I See You facebook page by signing up to our Patreon. Join now as an Early Bird supporter and you can get a massive discount on all of our exclusi…
 
Pati Jinich, Mexican chef, cookbook author, and star of the PBS series Pati's Mexican Table and La Frontera talk about the incredible diversity of Mexican cuisine, its historical roots, and explores the complex dynamics of who should be allowed to be the spokesperson for a cuisine. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/talking-with-my-mou…
 
Within a week since its release, Netflix's new original series Uncoupled starring Neil Patrick Harris has quickly leapt into the streaming service's top 10. Darren Star, who created Sex and the City, is also behind this show — and there seem to be some similarities. NPR's TV critic Eric Deggans joins us. And, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Aoife …
 
Portland's homicide rate is roughly double the nationwide rate. Mayor Ted Wheeler, who is putting funding back into the police department and has issued a new emergency declaration to try and deal with the gun problem, joins us. And, the 2022 Florida Python Challenge kicked off Friday morning in Florida. Conservation biologist Ian Bartoszek talks a…
 
Missy Robbins, chef and founder of Lilia and Misi in Brooklyn, teaches a masterclass in making pasta at home—she explains why her noodle recipes include a copious number of egg yolks, why she often leaves salt out, and her secret to cacio e pepe. Plus, Romy Gill takes us on a food tour of Kashmir; Adam Gopnik explains the rules of time in the kitch…
 
This week Katie's praise for the NHS. Sore nipples, don't panic Howard will explain all. More vintage recipes books that provide much entertainment but not tasty food. Feel free to leave a review and get in touch via Instagram, Facebook or email podcast@theshackbaggerly.co.uk See you again next Friday when episode 76 will be available from 9am UK t…
 
The U.S is in the midst of a mental health crisis — especially in the Black community. Confess Project is one organization turning to local barbers to get Black men and boys to open up and seek help. Barber Craig Charles joins us. And, reviving the mission of a group from the 1960s, "We Are Jane" seeks to aid in proving safe abortion access in Chic…
 
In the aftermath of widespread Eastern Kentucky flooding, one Kentucky chef is cooking up food for residents affected and traversing nearly-impassible routes to get it to them. Joe Arvin joins us to talk about his efforts. And, ginseng has been cultivated for thousands of years for its medicinal benefits, but it's now endangered. Researchers in Ten…
 
From tech bro scammers to fake heiresses, there’s a scammer story for everyone... nearly everywhere. In this week’s episode, Host Mariah Smith digs into our fascination with conartists with the podcast that kicked off the latest craze... Dirty John. Featuring interviews with Los Angeles Times Reporter Chris Goffard and Huffpost Reporter Caroline Bo…
 
Stan and Scooter are back and those wonderful Nuns are too. Along with some towering delusions to help you sleep. Become a patron and get sweet bonus content from the show! https://www.patreon.com/sleepwithme New art for the show by Emily Tat - https://emilytatdesigns.com/ Want to learn more history while reducing your stress? If so, then try the n…
 
What's behind Bad Bunny's enormous success? "Un Verano Sin Ti," the new album by the Puerto Rican superstar, is dominating the music industry. Carina del Valle Schorske, a writer who profiled Bad Bunny in The New York Times Magazine, joins us. And, for the first time in history, researchers have grown mice embryos with no sperm, no egg and no uteru…
 
For 25 years Bill Littlefield's infectious laugh and thoughtful conversation made NPR's Only a Game much more than a national sports show. Now, the narrator of his new novel "Mercy" shares Littlefield's introspection. He joins us. And, NPR staff and contributors weigh in on their favorite games of 2022 so far. Here & Now's James Perkins Mastromarin…
 
Tree and climate expert Daniel Griffin joins us to talk about how rising temperatures make the current drought in the southwest particularly harmful to trees. And, Instagram is facing backlash from creators for trying to be like TikTok with new app changes. New York Times technology reporting fellow Kalley Huang joins us.…
 
Just like The Decemberists say, ARISE FROM THE BUNKERS! We are back and excited to relaunch The Co-Operatives Podcast! In this episode we'll go over what's been goin' on with us since 2020, what we've been playing, and what you can expect from the relaunch. PLUS: We're making a game. (It's good to be back, we hope you enjoy!) TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 - "Ho…
 
The world's largest collection of live theatre recordings turns 50 this year. To celebrate, the New York Public Library, which curates the massive collection, is welcoming guests to its new exhibit called "Focus Center Stage." Curator Patrick Hoffman joins us. And, several news organizations are developing new teams to report on threats to democrac…
 
Sleepy shades of blue should provides camouflage for your thoughts and bring bedtime magic right out of the box. Become a patron and get sweet bonus content from the show! https://www.patreon.com/sleepwithme New art for the show by Emily Tat - https://emilytatdesigns.com/ Want to learn more history while reducing your stress? If so, then try the ne…
 
Sir Keir Starmer infuriates the unions by firing junior transport minister Sam Tarry for joining the picket lines, the UK has its driest start to the year in decades raising fears of drought, and the Lionesses look to make women's footballing history with a win in the final of the European Championship. In this episode Tom King travels the multiver…
 
In this weeks episode: Kev is a liar; Sheepdog plays children's games; Anna prefers new games and Pab got hooked in the back third. All this and much more on episode 481 of MGP! Kev now has an affiliate link with CDKeys; so if you want the latest PC/ console games at low prices click the link below: http://bit.ly/CDKeyslollujo…
 
Professors Shaun Harper and Lori Patton Davis talk about how Beyoncé's music resonates with meaning for Black scholars fighting for pay equity and recognition in predominantly white institutions. And, Ke Huy Quan stars in the new film "Everything, Everywhere, All At Once." But long before that, Quan was a child actor in "The Goonies," and "Indiana…
 
The Newport Jazz Festival, founded in 1954, was the first annual jazz festival in the U.S. After being canceled in 2020 and shortened in 2021, the festival is back this year. Artistic director Christian McBride joins us. And, Diana Kennedy spent decades chronicling the cuisine of Mexico. She died on July 24 at age 99. We revisit a conversation with…
 
We explore the cooking of Colombia with Mariana Velásquez, from homemade arepas to sweet panela that tastes like almost-burnt caramel. Plus, we learn about the secret world of creating food emojis with artist Yiying Lu, Adam Gopnik ponders the elements of dinner, and we present a recipe for Spicy and Sour Julienned Potato Salad with Sichuan Pepper.…
 
Kim and andrea recap Great British Bake Off Series 8 Episode 2, which features a sandwich cookie signature, a fortune cookie technical challenge, and a biscuit board game showstopper. Chris puts chia seeds in his cookies, Sophie’s lemoncino and yuzu biscuits win over the judges, and andrea and Kim need to figure out how to set aside their biases ag…
 
This week. Howard clicks and collects but as you'd expect not everything goes to plan. Katie can't remember who she is. There's Vintage recipe books including Recipes for Today, Katie Smith's Favourite Recipes and Spinach Soup from Mrs Smellie which suggests using baby food! Also in Shackbaggerly episode 74. A Windmill in Old Amsterdam, Katie and t…
 
Corn knows no bounds: At the height of summer, resident chef Kathy Gunst can't get enough of it. She shares three new corn recipes and tips. And, over the last few years, researchers have discovered that pocket gophers, flying squirrels, wombats and platypuses all glow under UV lights. Scientists have some theories, but they don't really know why t…
 
There aren't many statistics on how many farmers belong to the LGBTQ community in the U.S. But some are making a point of being more visible and creating community. Catherine Wheeler of Iowa Public Radio reports. And, nearly a month after the Highland Park mass shooting, the pain is still raw and real for survivors and loved ones. WBEZ's Susie An r…
 
In this week’s episode, host Mariah Smith digs into the phenomenon of citizen sleuths. It’s nothing new but with the internet, it’s exploded in the last few years… most notably in 2021 with the disappearance of Gabby Petito. We’ll dig into how citizen sleuths work and the impact this work has on them with Don’t F**k with Cats’ Deanna Thompson. And …
 
Bonus episode! Hear one mom’s story of parenting a child with ADHD and written expression disorder in this episode from Understood’s ADHA Aha! podcast. Host Laura Key talks with Michelle Kuipers, the mother of Marc-André Leclerc. Marc-André was a skilled rock climber and alpinist who died at age 25 in the mountains of Alaska. He’s the subject of a …
 
We will pilot our way to a proper bedtime with some optimistic thoughts. Become a patron and get sweet bonus content from the show! https://www.patreon.com/sleepwithme New art for the show by Emily Tat - https://emilytatdesigns.com/ Want to learn more history while reducing your stress? If so, then try the new podcast, Calm History Enjoy curious st…
 
"The British Bake-Off" host Paul Hollywood gets back to basics in his new cookbook, "Bake: My Best Ever Recipes for the Classics." Hollywood joins us to talk more about his new release, the first one in five years. And, after 50 years as a beloved local landmark, the Village 8 Theater in Louisville, Kentucky is shuttering its doors. WFPL's Stephani…
 
HBO's new documentary "We Met in Virtual Reality" was filmed entirely in virtual reality chat rooms and focuses on the deep relationships that are often formed. Director Joe Hunting joins us. And, even amid environmental catastrophes across the country, in one part of Florida, seagrass is healthy and thriving. It's it one of the largest and healthi…
 
Longtime foreign correspondent Philip Short talks about his new book "Putin" which is a close examination of the life and career of Russian leader Vladimir Putin. And, scandals, secrecy and the resignation of Hillsong's founder and global pastor Brian Houston in March have led to more than half of its American campuses breaking away from the church…
 
Entomologist and behavioral ecologist Seirian Sumner explains why wasps don't deserve the bad rap they get. And, outdated dams are preventing many fish species from migrating and spawning. One Native American tribe in Nevada is trying to recover the dwindling population of an endangered fish it's relied on for years. Kaleb Roedel of the Mountain We…
 
Many Americans say they can't live without their pets, but some can't live with them because of unaffordable pet fees. And like many other forms of housing discrimination, research shows these fees affect low-income tenants and tenants of color the most. Carol Mithers, a journalist and author who has been following this issue, joins us. And, heat c…
 
Purdue Pharma and the Sackler family are a big part of this story about the availability of opioids — but there's much more to it. Washington Post investigative reporters Sari Horwitz and Scott Higham join us to talk about their new book, "American Cartel." And, Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson III talks about why he decided to write the romantic novel "L…
 
In case you are curious about the creaky dulcet creation, we have this crossover with the podcast Curious State for your comfort and consumption. Check out Curious State in your podcast app of choice or at https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/curious-state Sleep with Me Episode https://pod.link/curiousstate/episode/911235f02e3f2776e7829e04e1b9369f Bec…
 
Have you ever been on a curiosity tour? John and Simon jump into some insights around what can happen when you tour all five of your senses and they pull the metaphorical golf balls from Simon's mind after his NYC sojourn. Amongst other things, they explore: What we can learn from public space and how it can influence workplace culture in making ev…
 
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