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Fold your dollars, grab a beer and make your way to the stage. Experience Denver nightlife with the graveyard staff of the adult entertainment industry. Ex-dancers Pixie and Mister J analyze the Ins/Outs, and social nightlife of being a stripper in Denver, Co. Relive the memories, join the commentary, Next on Stage One.
 
Hello!! We are MadKing Productions, hosts Carleigh-Jo and Madman Madriaga bring you interviews with cast members that include stories of the stage and drinking! We are currently running our Drunk Shakespeare series in conjunction with Dented Brick Distillery and Mountain West Cider's The Garten. Hosts: Carleigh-Jo and Madman Sound Designer: Eric Openshaw with ESO Audio Arts Show Producer: Eric Openshaw with ESO Audio Arts
 
DJ Christopher started probably as most DJ's did when they were kids by making mix tapes of some of their favorite songs from the radio. Grabbing the tape recorder and trying to make sure it was ready when "that" song would come on, because you never knew when the replay would be on. Christopher then graduated to making the mix CD since that replaced the cassette tape. Granted the CD mixes were a little harder to make due to cost of the media and equipment at the time. DJ Christopher's first ...
 
After years as a heavy metal guitarist, Guy Seidel’s craving for the stage transferred into comedy. Always the “funny one” in the band, his transition was natural and has since won the Indi.com Comedy Blitz, became a finalist in The Rocky Mountain Laugh Off, and performed in The World Series of Comedy. Guy is a regular on The Freak Show With Mick & Allen, performed at The Hollywood Improv, The Parlor on Melrose, Toured nationally, working with such comics as Dave Attell, Christopher Titus, J ...
 
Samed is a professional club DJ and promoter since 2006, one of the leaders of Russian underground progressive scene and community. His style covers all kinds of true progressive sound, whether its house, breaks, trance or anything with progressive touch and atmosphere. Since the beginning of his career Samed has played more than 600 DJ sets all over his home country, including couple of some pretty crazy outdoor locations - deep down in Kungur Ice Cave, and on top of Elbrus, the highest mou ...
 
Join us as Penn Jillette, Michael Goudeau, Matt Donnelly, and YOU discuss the news of the week. We'll examine religious news, talk about monkeys, and anything else that seems funny or makes us mad. We'll also take your suggestions for things you feel like talking about. We run a live video stream from Show Creators Studios for people with the time and inclination to watch people sitting and talking. The live show starts Sundays at noon Vegas time, at www.twitch.tv/reddirich, & is usually ava ...
 
Soulpepper, one of Canada's largest theatres, is an artist-centred company that celebrates the stories that move us and the artists who tell them. The Soulpepper Podcast presents highlights from its weekly Cabaret Series, featuring intimate musical performances from established artists, exciting talent, as well as unexpected collaborations from Toronto's diverse musical community.
 
Station Manager at WMHW consisting of Mountain 91.5 and 101.1 The Beat in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. Third year Broadcasting and Cinematic Arts student at Central Michigan University. Intern for The Smiley Morning Show at WZPL in Indianapolis, Indiana. Third year staff member and producer at WHJE 91.3. Creator and producer of 'Along on the Ride' content.
 
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Soft Valkyrie

Richard Wagner, David Kanaga (composition and arrangement), Stephen Fry (narrator), Bryan the Mensah (Siegmund), Hailey Clark (Sieglinde), Attila Csihar (Hunding), Mattijs van de Woerd (Wotan), Nadine Secunde (Fricka), Claron McFadden (Brünnhilde)

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Can someone whisper Die Walküre in your ear? With opera, you do not think of whispers or sighs but of strong classical voices in grand, spectacular set pieces. But the composer and game designer David Kanaga has turned Richard Wagner’s famous opera into a podcast. In Die Walküre, the second part of Wagner’s Ring des Nibelungen, the supreme god Wotan punishes his daughter Brünnhilde for not following his orders. He makes her mortal and locks her up in a mountain surrounded by fire. While clos ...
 
This Cycling Odysseys Podcast is an attempt to go back to when Cycling was King, the most popular sport in Europe. This was accomplished in the first half of the 20th Century by newspapers and journalists who created vivid narrative accounts of the epic races and transformed the sport's greatest champions into legends. This podcast will try to channel cycling's epic and romantic traditions which seem to have been marginalized or lost in recent decades.
 
The Kootenays is a diverse region in the South East corner of British Columbia, Canada. Dense forests, rich farmland, high mountain peaks, and fresh clean rivers and lakes surround people from all walks of life who live, work and play here. Some of them also make a lot of really great music! This show is dedicated to the musicians and people who work alongside them to create a music scene that is as diverse and unique as the region they call home. This is the Sound Of The Kootenays!
 
The Ask Coach Coach Parry Cycling cycling podcast is hosted by Brad Brown and features Cycling Coach Devlin Eyden. Working out of the High Performance Centre at the University of Pretoria, Devlin is one of the best cycling coaches around. Every other day he answers one listener question on this thrice weekly podcast.
 
Antandra is the moniker of music producer and performer, Jacob Louis. His sound can best be described as bass infused rhythms with suspenseful atmospherics and etheric melodies. He has released music on Merkaba Music, Jumpsuit Records, Swamp Music, Pure Perception Records, Transcendent Tunes, Visionary Shamanic Records, Maia Brasil Records, Quantum Digits Records, Ektoplazm, LostinSound, Elliptic Audio Research, and he's performed at Kinnection Campout, CoSM, Burning Man, Source, Unitus, Pan ...
 
Welcome to Luxury Real Estate Talk, where you get expert advice on buying and selling Luxury Real Estate. Learn from the best and brightest real estate agents, brokers, and other professionals, as they share real-life stories about the art and business of listing, marketing, selling, and buying high-end homes.Through casual but insightful conversations, the Talk’s host Rob Jensen will help you master your understanding of the luxury real estate market.Rob is the President and Owner/Broker of ...
 
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After graduating from university, Suleika Jaouad had moved to Paris, found love and was starting to pursue her dream of becoming a foreign correspondent. But a leukaemia diagnosis at 22 put an end to all of this. She returned to the US and began life-saving treatment that would take an enormous toll. Determined to try and regain some sense of contr…
 
Long Range Mountains - In advance of the Mon., Sept. 20 federal election, we feature the candidates from the four ridings in central and western Newfoundland, as well as Labrador. In Long Range Mountains, Carol Anstey is running for the Conservative Party of Canada, Gudie Hutchings represents the Liberal Party of Canada, Darrell Shelley is with the…
 
Labrador - In advance of the Mon., Sept. 20 federal election, we feature the candidates from the four ridings in central and western Newfoundland, as well as Labrador. In the riding of Labrador, Amy Norman is running for the New Democratic Party, Shane Dumaresque represents the Conservative Party of Canada, and Yvonne Jones is the candidate for the…
 
(Starts at 0:38 mark) People in Plate Cove West use some ingenuity - and money raised from selling a dinky car collection - to help bring Syrian refugees to Canada, and (9:30) concerned advocates for the Terra Nova River say low water levels make it look like a rocky riverbed with a trickle of water.…
 
In 2008, Hassan Diab was a sociology professor at Carleton University in Ottawa when he was arrested and accused of involvement in the 1980 bombing of a Paris synagogue. After a lengthy extradition hearing, in 2014, Diab was handed over to France where he was imprisoned, largely in solitary confinement, for over 3 years. In 2018, the charges were d…
 
(Starts at 0:54 mark) On our "Help Wanted" series... the owner of a trucking company in Central Newfoundland spins his wheels to recruit more drivers, (7:48) we asked a labour market spokesman from Memorial University why so many people don't need, or want, available jobs, (16:22) the new owners of a Reidville farm are planting seeds of self-suffic…
 
Emmanuel Taban spent his childhood as a witness to the violent civil war in Sudan. He grew up in what is now South Sudan but, by the time he was a teenager, he'd spent time in prison – falsely accused of being a rebel spy – and had then left his home. He ended up travelling across Africa, mainly on foot, sleeping on the streets and relying on the k…
 
(Starts at 1:06 mark) Former Pentecostal church member and former evangelical minister reflects on comments by a preacher who recently promoted anti-abortion and anti-LGBTQ+ views at an outdoor church service, (14:46) restaurant owner in Grand Falls-Windsor talks about his struggles to recruit and keep staff, (28:52) a parent in Englee whose kids a…
 
For decades, no one knew who ‘Tent Girl’ was – a female corpse found in the woods, wrapped in a tent canvas. That was until Todd Matthews, whose father in law discovered the body, became consumed by the mystery. By day he was a factory worker, and by night he became an amateur detective – using the internet to find the unidentified woman’s family. …
 
(Starts at 0:56) New buyer of Stephenville Airport talks about his plans to rejuvenate commercial traffic. build cargo-carrying drones and create jobs, (8:35) author and political science professor talks about how voters may be reacting to three elections that are going on at the same time, (15:15) People on the Southwest coast of the island would …
 
The federal government set a tougher target for reducing domestic emissions in 2020 yet the full extent of Canada’s contribution to the climate crisis remains hidden from view. Fraser Thomson is a lawyer at Ecojustice whose work focuses on the impact of fossil fuel operations on communities and the environment. He talks with us about the oil, gas a…
 
Dolly Parton's 9 to 5 has long been an anthem for working women around the world. She wrote it on the set of a movie - the hit 80s comedy 9 to 5 starring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and of course Dolly Parton. It's a film about three secretaries who decide to take revenge on their misogynist boss. The film was inspired by the stories of real secretarie…
 
To mark the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Bernice was at Stephenville Airport and Martin was at Gander International Airport for a special broadcast. They spoke with airport staff and community volunteers who helped the many stranded airline passengers who were far from home and in need of food, shelter, clothing and kindness.…
 
Ali Hussein Kadhim was a new Iraqi army recruit when the Islamic State group first emerged. As the militants approached, he and thousand of other unarmed cadets fled their base in Tikrit, but they were captured and taken for execution. Miraculously, Ali survived, but he was left stuck in enemy territory and needed help. Ali spoke to Outlook's Mobee…
 
(Starts at 0:56 mark) Stephenville Airport has been sold to Dymond Group of Companies, which says it will invest heavily in aviation-industry manufacturing and create lots of jobs - we speak with the mayor. (8:18) More than 20 people are vying for seats on the Grand Falls-Windsor town council, which has a mayor and six councillors, (16:16) a summer…
 
Analiza Guevarra made the painful decision to leave her family behind in the Philippines in order to find work abroad. She felt she had little choice: the family was in debt, and despite working several jobs, she and her husband couldn't make ends meet. She believed she would work abroad for a couple of years, secure the family's future, and return…
 
(Starts at 0:54 mark) The Town of Roddickton-Bide Arm is on edge because of a growing number of Covid cases in the area, (8:07) the province's teachers and their students return to the classrooms, amid pandemic precautions, (15:22) a business and the heritage community bring the museum OUT into the community along The Shore in Bonavista Bay, and (2…
 
After 13 years of appeals and more than three years of corporate stalling, the contract laying out the terms of the sale of the Little Mountain social housing site to Holborn Properties has finally been made public. David Chudnovsky calls the terms of the contract “a sweetheart deal” for the developer. We talk with David Chudnovsky, spokesperson fo…
 
Shannon Balenciaga was a fashion-obsessed teen who found herself in prison after cooking up a multi-million dollar fraud scheme. Living behind bars at such a young age, she thought her life was over. But then she discovered ballroom, an underground scene that first emerged in New York City when gay and trans people of colour, fed up of being margin…
 
(Starts at 0:49) Nine years after 14-year-old Burton Winters of Labrador died, his family may get answers from a public inquiry that starts this week, (5:51), a Facebook forum dedicated to all things municipal is helping voters and candidates in Pasadena talk about the issues, and (14:24) the provincial outfitters' association has donated freezers …
 
Jody grew up with many anxieties, especially around death. His father and brother both died while he was still in his teens. Years later he started to have seizures. He was diagnosed with epilepsy and doctors decided the best course of action for him was brain surgery. It cured his seizures but had some other surprising side effects too. Jody's rel…
 
Daniele Davoli was a DJ playing the clubs of Italy when he produced a song with his band Black Box that would define 1980s house music. Ride On Time became a smash hit in the UK, with its driving beat, catchy piano riff and powerful sample from American soul singer Loleatta Holloway. But that sample would land the band in a whole lot of trouble, es…
 
(Starts at 0:57 mark) The Discovery GeoPark on the Bonavista Peninsula tells the world about local geology - and helps market a new, local food product, (8:20) legendary picker with more than 60 years experience is known as Gander's Berry Man,(15:32) an Elliston mom and her almost-four-year-old son gather stray puffins and release them into the wil…
 
Adam Hoerdt of Ontario has started a Cross-Canada bicycle ride in Newfoundland, to help raise research money for a heart disease called Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy, or ARVC. The disease killed his wife 20 years ago and has left his 23-year-old son in a vegetative state. The CBC's Martin Jones reached Hoerdt as the cyclist passed…
 
Cuba has faced sixty years of an economic blockade by Washington, including many additional measures brought in by the Trump administration. The Biden administration, rather than normalizing relations with Cuba, has stepped up its aggressive rhetoric. The Canadian Network on Cuba in Canada is asking the federal government to condemn Washington's ec…
 
Kon Karapanagiotidis has always felt like an outsider. Growing up as the child of poor Greek migrants in rural Australia, he was bullied and subjected to racist taunts that left deep scars. But as a teenager he discovered a book by Dr Martin Luther King that changed his life. Spurred by the words he read, he decided to try and help others to heal h…
 
(Starts at 0:57) 2SLGBTQ+ people are more likely to face financial difficulties, but the Social Justice Co-op mutual aid fund is ready to help, (8:05) Municipalities NL wants more people to become active in local politics, (14:17) Bonavista mayor comments on video of open air church service, in which church minister uses the word "sin" to refer to …
 
Engineer Loay Elbasyouni was part of the team that created an innovative type of helicopter that flew over the surface of Mars in April 2021. The helicopter, named Ingenuity, performed the first ever controlled flight by an aircraft on another planet. But Loay grew up a long way from NASA and the US. He is from the Gaza Strip, part of the Palestini…
 
(Starts at 0:55 mark) "Belles with Balls NL" raise money and awareness to help others combat ovarian cancer, (14:58) the owners of Gros Morne Coffee Roasters take the beans from plant to cup, and (23:19) a high school grad turns earrings to earnings, selling fashion accessories she makes from polymer clay.…
 
(Starts at 0:59) NL's first all-electric-vehicle dealership opens in St. John's, with plans for another in Corner Brook, (9:19) one of Paralympic swimmer Katarina Roxon's closest friends cheers her on in Tokyo, (17:43) summer is over, but the new Cabox Art and Adventure Festival is coming up this fall in the Corner Brook area, and (27:11) the Pine …
 
A decade ago Erin French's life was in tatters. She was in rehab having lost her restaurant, her home and even custody of her son. Today, she runs one of the hardest to book restaurants in the US. She opens up to Emily Webb about her remarkable turnaround. Erin has written a book about her journey, it's called Finding Freedom in The Lost Kitchen.If…
 
(Starts at 0:54 mark) Three students from Grenfell Campus talk about how they feel, as Memorial University puts Covid precautions in place for a return to the classrooms, (14:05) we hear from two Central Newfoundland men who received lifesaving awards recently, (25:46) three generations with a common love of mechanics take to the race track, and (3…
 
A little bit of everything in one fun filled extravaganza! Pixie and Mister J run down their favorite moments from season 2. A look back at Knockout guests and stellar moments. From Belle Dephine to Strippers in the headlines, Next on Stage One brings the best of adult entertainment from Denver right to your home. So whether, you are sitting at hom…
 
(Starts at 0:57 mark) Paramedics in Central Newfoundland held a protest over working conditions, which they say are hurting them and their ability to help patients, (11:48) Eastern Health responds to a story about a person in a mental health crisis who was sent home from the Waterford and told to contact their family doctor, (15:57) car and truck d…
 
In the late 1970s, a bunch of fun-loving young Polish guys fed up with living under communism built themselves some kayaks and set off on an adventure. Despite their initial lack of experience, equipment or money, Andrzej Pietowski, Jacek Bogucki and their friends became the first to paddle one of the world's deepest river canyons - the Colca in so…
 
(Starts at 0:45 mark) The proud dad and coach of swimmer Katarina Roxon tells us about his hopes for her at the Tokyo Paralympics, (11:15) we bring an update on her Thursday results, (11:37) an artist at the Bonavista Biennale honours the largely unheralded work of women in NL's inshore fishery, (19:30) musician Sherry Ryan is on a tour of western …
 
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