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This podcast is an open-ended exploration of topics relating to growing and preserving your wealth including investing, markets, decision making under opacity, risk, volatility, and complexity. Mutiny Fund is a multi-strategy long volatility fund designed to give retail investors a way to insure their portfolios against volatility, tail risk, and black swan events.
 
The Mother F**cker In A Cape podcast focuses on comic book creators, nerd activists and key figures from areas of geek culture that aren't often explored. We talk to some folks you haven't heard from, about shit you haven't heard them speak on, and figure out ways that we can all finish our art! Hosted by R. Alan Brooks (writer & co-creator of The Burning Metronome comic book), MFIAC looks at where we can all fit in.
 
Charlotte Petts shows you the wonderful opportunities for connecting with nature in both the countryside and urban spaces. Covering wild food, foraging, allotments, environmental issues, adventure and more! Follow on @growingwildfm on Instagram and twitter.
 
Achtung! Achtung! Comedian Al Murray and historian James Holland discuss all matters Second World War. We Have Ways of Making You Talk is a bi-weekly show exploring the war in close up. James and Al have a stunning knowledge of their subject, but don't expect a linear narrative. The boys love a tangent and a forgotten tale. We Have Ways of Making You Talk roams down forgotten front lines, casts new villains and makes the case for unlikely heroes. Send questions to James and Al via Twitter us ...
 
America is divided, and it always has been. We're going back to the moment when that split turned into war. This is Uncivil: Gimlet Media's new history podcast, hosted by journalists Jack Hitt and Chenjerai Kumanyika. We ransack the official version of the Civil War, and take on the history you grew up with. We bring you untold stories about covert operations, corruption, resistance, mutiny, counterfeiting, antebellum drones, and so much more. And we connect these forgotten struggles to the ...
 
This is the story of a voyage of a sailing ship from Baltimore to Seattle, east-to-west around Cape Horn in the winter. It is set in 1913 and the glory days of “wooden ships and iron men” are long over. The Elsinore is a four-masted iron sailing vessel carrying a cargo of 5000 tons of coal. She has a “bughouse” crew of misfits and incompetents.This book was published in 1915 and some actions of some of the characters seem odd to us today. There is romance, but it is strangely platonic. Two i ...
 
History's Most is a podcast that delves into interesting, under-reported and controversial topics in history and applies superlatives to them. We deep dive headfirst into a variety of topics, from history's most guilty man, to the most disasterous voyage, to complicated wars and confusing politicians.
 
“Middle America” is a podcast and radio show using history, storytelling, and music to discuss the world that surrounds us. Narrated by the fictional protagonist Wendell Bauer, episodes give both true history of the Central Illinois area and fictional memoir of a resident. Locally created music complements the stories to provide further emotional impact and insight.Topics discussed by “Middle America” thus far have included Illinois abolitionists, the French origins of the Midwest, philanthr ...
 
Narcosis: Into the Deep is an investigative podcast all about SCUBA diving and marine accidents and deaths. Each episode will feature a deep investigation into a different scuba diving or marine accident, along with facts or theories about the events leading up to them and potential ways these accidents or deaths could have been avoided. Follow us on Instagram @NarcosisPOD, where we will share visual information about each episode.
 
DJ Rekha is a producer, curator, and educator based in New York City. She is founder of Basement Bhangra™ and Bollywood Disco nights and co-founder of Mutiny Club night. She was named "Ambassador of Bhangra" by the New York Times. Rekha and her frequent collaborator, Dave Sharma, performed their compositions at Chicago Symphony Hall for the Sinfonetta in 2015. Rekha was the sound designer for the TONY award-winning Broadway Show, Bridge and Tunnel, received a Drama Desk Award nomination for ...
 
Nothing fancy here -- just the simple audio diary of a girl in space. Also, there’s this weird and potentially ominous light in the distance that seems to be growing steadily closer. Listen for science, guns, trust, anti-matter, truth, beauty, inner turmoil, and delicious cheeses. It’s all here. In space.
 
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On this episode of Mutiny of Preverts we discuss something quite rare indeed. Along with our special guest, filmmaker Sean Cisterna, we talk about the very best Canadian films of all time, including Hard Core Logo, Dead Ringers, 32 Short Films About Glenn Gould, Begone Dull Care and a bunch more. We also dig into the inner workings of the Canadian …
 
In this episode, we talk with Jag Prakasam, CEO of Rotella Capital Management. Jagdeesh Prakasam oversees all aspects of the firm, including its investment, FinTech solution offerings and operations. He joined RCM in 2003 as a Researcher primarily focused on supporting the research efforts in portfolio construction, risk management, and overlay str…
 
A listener’s recent discovery that his uncle may have been one of the 258 British soldiers accused of mutiny in Malaya sends the podcast down an intriguing rabbit hole. James Holland gives Al Murray a final update on his research into the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry as his book heads to the publisher. A Goalhanger Films production Produced by Harry L…
 
This week we discuss a case of mutiny and cold-blooded murder aboard the Leslie Rae, a 65ft shrimping boat, off of the coast of Florida near Cape Canaveral in 1987. This was the first case of mutiny to go to trial in over 40 years - since World War II. Find out what happened onboard the Leslie Rae and what the trial verdict was on this week's episo…
 
In 2003's The Last Samurai we learn the story of Captain Nathan Algren, an American soldier who travels to Japan to train the early Imperial Japanese Army to fight off a rebellion against the Emperor. How much of it actually happened? That's what we'll look at in this episode. Dr. Brian Dirck joins us again to separate fact from fiction in the film…
 
Wendell discusses the woman who sparked the second wave of American feminism, Betty Friedan along with his own domestic depression during a pandemic. "Middle America" is a podcast using history, storytelling, and music to talk about all of the issues and feelings brought on by the world around us. "Middle America" is an access point to everything u…
 
Maybe a book you've heard of, it's only the most published, read and written about book in the history of the world. But have you read it? In this episode I tell why you should and how to get started. It's a great book for people of all beliefs to read. If you want to learn more about this great book there are a million great resources but if you a…
 
In the wake of his death, Al Murray and James Holland discuss the Duke of Edinburgh's war record and his role in the Royal Navy. They also answer questions on Civilian Affairs and Hanz Speidels' drinking habit. We Have Ways has a membership club which includes a live version of the podcast streamed on the internet each Thursday evening. Join at Pat…
 
In the second of this run of 4 special catch up episodes, Charlotte speaks with eco-psychotherapist, writer, adventurer and many, many other things, Dr. Ruth Allen. We discover how she's coped with having to curtail her adventurous activities, how her therapeutic practice has adapted, how we can all handle the next stage of lessening restrictions a…
 
The week I talk about David John Shaw, a 50-year-old Australian deep diver who lost his life at Bushman's Hole (Boesmansgat) in the Northern Cape province of South Africa. Listen to this week's episode to found out what he was doing there and what went so terribly wrong. You can find out social media accounts & transcripts here: https://linktr.ee/N…
 
Burr's back baby! Bringing us the story of a ten year invasion of Afghanistan by the Soviets and featuring the most coups I've ever heard! Patreon Follow us on Instagram and Twitter for BTS and more! @pointsopressure Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Merch Here! Music Credit: SUNDANCE Track Name: "Perséphone - Retro Funky (SUNDANCE remix)" Music By…
 
In this episode, we are joined by fellow podcaster Chris Stewart of The History of China to discuss one of the bloodiest wars in all of human history: the Taiping Rebellion. We take a look at a timeline of the conflict, from the formation of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom by its leader, Hong Xiuquan (a man who believed himself to be Jesus's brother),…
 
In the first of 4 upcoming episodes, Charlotte catches up with wild swimmer, photographer, poet and all round gem, Vivienne Rickman. Its been 4 years since their last chat. How has she been? What's life been like without the access to swim spots she's used to having? What, if anything, has filled the gap? Please show support for the show at www.ko-…
 
Al Murray and James Holland read family stories sent in by listeners to We Have Ways of Making You Talk. These wartime experiences took place in the seas off Norway, in the skies over Bremen and on the airfields of both northern and southern Africa. With thanks to Richard Garnett, Colin Tait, Sam Crowley, Stuart Burbridge, Dominic Butler and Michae…
 
Nathan James, in his own words... The frontman of British hard rock band Inglorious and the man who seems to be Marmite in the rock music world is this week's guest on The Road To Rock... People either love him or hate him. Nathan made a name for himself when he appeared on reality TV show's The Voice and Superstar, which was Sir Andrew Lloyd Webbe…
 
Tracy and Holly discuss how the Rum Rebellion is less harrowing than other similar incidents that have been covered on the show. They then discuss the Images of America book series and how Jeremy Katz's book about Atlanta's Jewish history connects the past to the present. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Murder Or Medicine? YESTERDAY’S NEWS -- Tales of classic scandals, scoundrels and scourges told through vintage newspaper accounts from the golden age of yellow journalism... Bosson’s Bitter Whiskey And Bananas Episode 436 comes from a request by True Crime Historian patron Marlene Resch, who wanted to hear a story from her home Lane County, Oregon…
 
What makes the best gun and how complicated is the development of small arms? Al Murray and James Holland are joined by Dr Matthew Ford from the University of Sussex to talk about the small arms used during the Second World War. We Have Ways has a membership club which includes a live version of the podcast streamed on the internet each Thursday ev…
 
You could volunteer to fly but you couldn’t volunteer to stop. Dr Dan Ellin, of the International Bomber Command Centre, talks to Al and James about the way in which men were judged and treated as they faced the trauma of war. We Have Ways has a membership club which includes a live version of the podcast streamed on the internet each Thursday even…
 
Once again Dee ruins any creepy topic or mood I try to present. But besides that, today's episode is a pretty good introduction on the black eyed children haunting the night and trying to get into your homes. Patreon Follow us on Instagram and Twitter for BTS and more! @pointsopressure Subscribe to our Youtube channel! Merch Here! Music Credit: SUN…
 
Part two of our extraordinary interview with Selma van de Perre, a Dutch resistance fighter who was 17 years old when the Second World War began. Using an alias and fake ID she risked her life travelling across the Netherlands, delivering Allied newspapers and helping Jews evade the Nazis. In July 1944 Selma's luck ran out. She was captured and tra…
 
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