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The Duck Commander and his sons are unashamed of their Christian faith and want to share the Gospel with everyone, from new believers to longtime followers of Jesus. Phil, Al, Jase, and their special guests go beyond the four walls of the church to share God's Word and study the Bible with you. So pour a glass of tea, and experience fun and inspiring stories of faith and family, straight from West Monroe, Louisiana.
 
Alix Robertson and Phil Yeeles of The Centre for Education and Youth (along with their expert guests) explore developments in education and youth research and policy. There is a particular focus on how research can affect teachers, educational leaders and policy makers as well as others with a wider interest in improving outcomes for all of our young people. This is a UK based show.
 
During his career as a music journalist, Mr. Bonzai has conducted hundreds of interviews with leading musicians, record producers, and audio engineers. Today it is an engaging audio record of historic flavor, colorful and informal -- a sonic time machine, if you will. Here are some highlights from the podcast series: Ray Manzarek, Phil Ramone, Brian Wilson, k.d. lang, Geoff Emerick, Robbie Robertson, Leonard Cohen.
 
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Si Robertson & Justin Martin

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The guys who kept America laughing for 11 seasons while cranking out duck calls are back in the heart of Duck Commander to share hilarious stories, tall tales, hunting adventures, pop culture commentary, and all the antics and escapades you know and love. Join Si Robertson, Justin Martin, John-David Owen, John Godwin, Jay Stone, and Phillip McMillan where it all began — in the Duck Call Room.
 
The Podcast from Australia for Science and Reason. Join Richard Saunders and his team of reporters for your weekly dose of skeptical news and interviews, reports and comments. Past guests have included, James Randi, Stephen Fry, Tim Minchin, Eugenie Scott, Dr Phil Plait, Michael Marshall, Dr Steve Novella, Dr Pamela Gay, Jon Ronson, Dr Ben Goldacre, Simon Singh, Prof. Richard Wiseman, Dick Smith, Banachek, Prof. Chris French, George Hrab, Tim Ferguson, Dr Paul Willis and many, many more. Fea ...
 
Since his first release in 2019, Steven Flynn has transformed his sound into what we know today; deep, melodic & uplifting. Inspired by the sounds of Lane8, Mees Salome Et Al, the Inverness, Scotland resident combines multiple influences together for an uplifting listening experience. Steven's mixes can be heard at his mixcloud, with nearly 200 shows up so far. 2021 has been a pivotal year so far, gaining a beatport number #1 badge with his track Skywards included in the Sounds of Saturo Vol ...
 
A secular humanist podcast about Secular Grace after deconstruction and deconversion. The podcast takes an honest look at stories of faith transition from a life-altering faith, to doubt and deconstruction, to deconversion, and finally, to a thriving graceful life post-deconversion. My name is David, and I am trying to be the Graceful Atheist. Join me and be graceful human beings. https://gracefulatheist.com/?gaid=gapdsc Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gracefulatheist/support
 
When Brett Favre and Eric Bolling get behind the mics, expect anything! Covering sports, politics, business, culture and so much more, "Bolling with Favre" features TV personality Eric Bolling and NFL Hall of Famer Brett Favre running the gamut every week. It's "Big Time" and "Prime Time" with new shows every week from LiveXLive's PodcastOne. Past guests include Dr. Phil, Megyn Kelly, Kenny Chesney, Darius Rucker, Andrew Klavan, and Willie Robertson,
 
Welcome to the Stand-up and Walk series. The premise is simple: for each podcast we get a different comedian to lead us around their favourite part of London. There is no set format, with each comedian able to put their own twist on the concept. Expect historical inaccuracies, ridiculous dares and outrageous behaviour as we ramble across London.
 
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Chris Smith and Jimmy Mackin

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Join Chris Smith & Jimmy Mackin live for #WaterCooler, a weekly series about marketing, sales, and technology. If you're a real estate professional looking for actionable advice about growing your business, this is the show for you. Visit Curaytor.com to learn more about how Chris and Jimmy help real estate agents and teams build their businesses through digital marketing.
 
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Between the Songs Podcast

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PostConsumer Reports and the Ragamuffin Archive

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Rich Mullins: Between The Songs is a podcast by Joe Cook of the Ragamuffin Archive and Chris Marchand of PostConsumer Reports, two self-proclaimed Rich Mullins superfans. Each episode takes an in depth look at each one of his albums, a particular project, or a particular aspect of his career. It features interviews with his friends and people he worked with along with a commentary by Joe and Chris on the album in focus.
 
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Jase finally realizes Al’s contribution to the podcast. Phil shares his opinion on Matthew 22 and how Jesus was able to change the crowd's perception of himself. Jase and Phil discuss the afterlife and the details that will need to be worked out. Zach gives a picture of what we will be doing in heaven. Phil and Jase explain that Jesus is not the Go…
 
Uncle Si tells the true story of the time Phil Robertson put Miss Kay in a headlock and lived to tell the tale. Godwin has never been this fired up, but the boys finally figured out what grinds his gears: stupidity. John-David admits he joined a lawsuit against a popular energy drink company. Oprah's Favorite Things don't hold a candle to Martin's.…
 
It’s been a year and chances are if you’re a business owner, you just want to be paid before going off on holiday. But a lot of businesses stopped paying their invoices during the lockdown. So how do you go about getting invoices paid? Business doctor Jung Chun joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The annual report card for the sharemarket is out and unsurprisingly, it isn't looking too flash. The sharemarket is down a couple of percentage points this year, which is a big disappointment vs other global markets that have been strong. Milford Asset Management Portfolio Manager Mark Riggall joined Heather du Plessis-Allen. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Britain’s Foreign Office abandoned many of the nation’s allies in Afghanistan and left them to the mercy of the Taliban during the fall of the capital, Kabul, because of a dysfunctional and arbitrary evacuation effort, a whistleblower alleged Tuesday. In devastating evidence to a parliamentary committee, Raphael Marshall said thousands of pleas for…
 
After months of fighting over where to host the next America’s Cup, the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron will hold its AGM in Auckland. NZ Herald Wellington Business Editor Hamish Rutherford told Heather du Plessis-Allan it’s going to be a showdown. “Tomorrow will be probably the showdown of months and months, not only about where the America’s Cup…
 
There are calls to have the Government rethink the way KiwiSaver is catered for women specifically. Auckland University Director of Retirement Policy Susan St John reckons the conventional career path for women is very different to that for men, with motherhood and other responsibilities getting in the way. She wants government contributions to be …
 
The story for Northland checkpoints is constantly changing. The police have said they're only doing spot checks but iwi say they are checking all cars. Dunedin City Councillor Lee Vandervis has been trespassed from the Council Building. He was served a notice after he didn’t produce a vaccine pass when arriving for a meeting and declined to leave w…
 
This revelation today that Auckland’s border should’ve come down five days ago is not surprising, but it is astounding. It’s infuriating. We’ve now learned that Ashley Bloomfield’s advice to the Government was that the Auckland border should’ve come down as soon as we moved into the Traffic Light System, which as we well know happened on Friday. He…
 
A Dunedin City Councillor has been trespassed from the Council Building. Lee Vandervis arrived at the building for a council meeting yesterday, but then didn’t produce his vaccine passport. He was then asked to leave, declined and served a trespass notice. Lee Vandervis joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Poor old Wellington. First the pipes were bursting and now the rubbish is starting to pile up on the streets. Apparently because of a nationwide truck driver shortage, rubbish is taking quite a while to get collected. Wellington Council Chief Infrastructure Officer Siobhan Procter joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The Government have decided to ignore the advice of Ashley Bloomfield. It's been revealed they have decided to keep the Auckland border up until December 15, despite the Director-General of Health saying it was no longer necessary to keep it up. Newstalk ZB Political Editor Barry Soper joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
The Covid Response Minister's defending keeping Auckland's border up. Previously unreleased health advice reveals Cabinet was advised to lift the region's border when the country moved into the Traffic Light System. It was contained in the Director-General of Health's affidavit to the Waitangi Tribunal, which is holding a hearing on the new Covid-1…
 
Early lab results from a small South African study suggest the Covid Omicron variant may be able to bypass some of the Pfizer vaccine's antibodies. Researchers studied samples from 12 double-jabbed people and found a 41-fold drop in antibodies’ virus-blocking ability in some. They say more research is needed to confirm the impact of booster shots. …
 
China has threatened the Biden administration with retaliation over its decision to impose a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, warning the move could harm bilateral relations. The Biden administration said Monday it would not send an official United States delegation to the Beijing Winter Games as a statement against China'…
 
Tai Tokerau Border Control wants to be sure every car coming through Northland's checkpoints are following the Covid requirements. That's despite Police already saying not every vehicle will be stopped at the two short-term northbound checkpoints south of Whangarei from next Wednesday. Reuben Taipari told Heather du Plessis-Allan they aim not to ho…
 
Si admits he and Jase Robertson are basically the same person ... with one glaring difference. But first, Stone tells us how he REALLY feels about dead weight in the duck blind. Martin breaks down the rules about when to call someone sir or ma'am. Stone figures out how to make duck taste like beef. Dogs and old men are highly entertaining in the du…
 
Bob is the owner and founder of "Sauced and Glazed" a hot sauce company known for its heat and tasty jerky. Bob has been on a few times and over all the time we have chatted it goes from business to deep thought and landing somewhere in between, bouncing my thoughts over to his and seeing what can get the gears turning. --- Support this podcast: ht…
 
As part of National's caucus reshuffle, Chris Luxon has issued his appointments for the primary industries. Barbara Kuriger has retained Agriculture, Todd Muller is Spokesperson for Oceans and Fisheries and Tim van de Molen has been named both Spokesperson for Horticulture and Associate Spokesperson for Agriculture. The Country host Jamie Mackay to…
 
This week's OneRoof property report said four out of five Kiwis believe house prices are too high and the market is looking similarly hot in Australia. Prices in major cities in Australia have gone up 19 per cent over the year to October according to Westpac. Economists here are wondering how long the house price surge will last. HSBC Chief Economi…
 
Just one out of New Zealand's 10 largest banks would be able to meet demand from depositors wanting to withdraw money in a very severe scenario which lasted more than six months, testing by the Reserve Bank has revealed. The banking regulator today released the results of two stress tests it has been undertaking on the banks this year. The Reserve …
 
British parliamentary authorities are calling in the police after a newspaper reported that traces of cocaine had been found at numerous sites in Parliament. House of Commons Speaker Lindsay Hoyle said he was contacting police after the Sunday Times reported that illegal drugs were being used inside Parliament buildings. The newspaper said tests us…
 
Chris Luxon's first Question Time could not have gone any worse. The new National leader was enthusiastic going in and found himself losing his notes, but was quick to regain his place. 300 police officers from around the country will be stationed on the Northland border this summer. The Auckland border will come down on December 15, and two checkp…
 
The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China wants us to join America’s diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki announced the boycott earlier today. IPAC has written to the Prime Minister and the Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Sport, formally asking for us to diplomatically boycott the Games a…
 
New National leader Christopher Luxon had his first face-off in the debating chamber with the Prime Minister. Luxon was enthusiastic before going in, but ended up struggling and stumbled over his notes in Question Time. However, Luxon noted that he is learning and wants to get good at his new rule. Newstalk ZB Political Editor Barry Soper joined He…
 
China’s a problem for us again. Joe Biden has this morning announced a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Winter Olympics in February which means US athletes can go but no diplomats may attend. This is a protest against China’s human rights abuses of the Uighur Muslim population. At this stage, no one else has followed suit but Canada, Australia and…
 
Big revelations out of the Black Ferns camp. Hooker Te Kura Ngata-Aerengamate has come out on social media with a scathing attack on coach Glenn Moore. She claims on the recent Northern tour, she was told that she had “been selected, but didn't deserve to be on the team” and that she was picked “only to play the guitar. Former New Zealand Rugby CEO…
 
Expect the price of a cafe coffee to rise. One industry boss has said people should be prepared to pay about $7. Restaurateur Martin Bosely told Heather du Plessis Allan says the price needs to go up. “Coffee globally's gone up by 40 per cent. There’s a big thing coming that’s gonna last about three years because of the climate crisis that’s happen…
 
Could Viagra be a new tool to battle Alzheimer's Disease? A US study looked at data from more than 16 hundred approved drugs. They found users of the little blue pill were 69 per cent less likely to develop the form of dementia than non-users. However, geriatrician Dr Phill Wood told Heather Du-Plessis Allan more research needs to be done around th…
 
National's slamming plans for Covid-19 checkpoints in Northland once Auckland's borders open next week Wednesday. Two checkpoints will be set up south of Whangarei - one on State Highway 1 at Uretiti and one near Maungaturoto on State Highway 12. Roughly 300 cops will be rotated over several weeks. Police Spokesperson Mark Mitchell told Heather du …
 
A large piece of potential evidence has been pulled from the bottom of a creek as part of the renewed search for William Tyrrell on NSW's Mid North Coast. The search efforts entered their fourth week on Monday, with a team of police, RFS personnel and different experts clearing and meticulously searching dense bushland in the town of Kendall, where…
 
A Thames-Coromandel councillor wants to see his mayor ousted due to her Covid-19 vaccine stance. Sandra Goudie doesn't want to get the Pfizer jab and has recently spoken to an Australian anti-vaccination group. The council's chief executive will soon decide whether vaccine passes will be required, to enter council facilities and offices. Councillor…
 
Josh is the owner of "Pop Coffee Roasters" a small artisan coffee based in a personal at home experience of "Pop" Pour over perfection making coffee at home. The balance of life and life after death is it spiritual or metaphysical or maybe even paranormal but lets talk about the experience in itself and see where it goes. --- Support this podcast: …
 
Belgian police used water cannon and tear gas Sunday to disperse some rowdy protesters in Brussels after most demonstrators marched peacefully to protest tightened COVID-19 restrictions that aim to counter a surge of coronavirus infections. Thousands came to reject the new measures announced Friday, the third week in a row that the government has t…
 
Chris Luxon has named his new caucus after becoming National leader. The new shadow cabinet boasts a mixture of youth and experience, with former leaders remaining prominently in the mix. NZME Business commentator Fran O’Sullivan joined Heather du Plessis-Allan to discuss the reshuffle and share her thoughts on the ranking. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Chaos already on State Highway 1 south of the Auckland border ahead of summer. NZTA has said that overnight roadworks between Rangiriri and Ohinewai will start on Sunday and finish the following Friday, two days after the Auckland border is lifted . Chris Luxon has announced his new shadow cabinet in today's caucus reshuffle. Former leader Judith C…
 
Freight forwarders say the spot price market isn't ideal. New Zealand freight forwarders will have to rely on the spot price market next year as the sector understands shipping container company Maersk will drop contracts for smaller container movements. The Freight Forwarders Federation's Chris Edwards told Heather du Plessis Allan most of their m…
 
A new study from the University of Auckland may make you pull a U-turn out of the drive-thru tonight. New research shows one combo meal provides an entire day’s energy in just one sitting. Lead researcher Dr Sally Mackay told Heather du Plessis-Allan to go for the smaller sizes if you like burgers. “You can have a pretty similar combo that has a sm…
 
Grant Robertson is deflecting criticism over police officers being called in to man Auckland's northern border. It's understood about 300 cops will be redeployed there once Auckland's border lifts on Wednesday next week. The Deputy Prime Minister told Heather du Plessis-Allan this is an issue that Police are dealing with, not the Government. “Polic…
 
A 16-year-old youth has appeared in court this afternoon facing a charge of murder following a fatal assault in central Christchurch at the weekend. He has entered a not guilty plea. Levi Haami, 18, was attacked in the car park of Countdown on Moorhouse Ave in the early hours of Saturday morning. He was rushed to nearby Christchurch Hospital after …
 
The Waikato District Council Mayor is sceptical roadworks on State Highway 1 south of Auckland will be complete before the borders open up. The night works between Rangiriri and Ohinewai are set to occur from Sunday to the following Friday. Waka Kotahi's told Newstalk ZB it aims to have work complete before Auckland's border lifts next Wednesday. A…
 
I’m really excited about the social investment policy Chris Luxon keeps talking about since becoming leader. No hard feelings if you hear the words social investment and your eyes glaze over because those are two very nerdy words jammed together to create an equally nerdy phrase. But the idea is fantastic. This was originally Bill English’s idea. A…
 
The agonising wait for the Queensland border to reopen is finally over, with the state’s premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announcing the hard border will come down at 1am December 13. Ms Palaszczuk declared during a press conference at 2pm local time that Australians will be able to enter the Sunshine State well before Christmas, but there will be sev…
 
Disappointment police officers still have to man Auckland's northern border over summer. It's understood about 300 cops will be redeployed from around New Zealand, once Tamaki Makaurau's border lifts on Wednesday next week. Police Association President Chris Cahill told Heather du Plessis-Allan it doesn't make sense. “It just doesn't seem a great u…
 
Musing Judith Collins mightn't stay with the National Party. New leader Chris Luxon's demoted Collins to number 19 on the list, handing her the Research, Science, Innovation & Technology portfolio. Newstalk ZB Political Editor Barry Soper told Heather du Plessis Allan it may only be a matter of time before Collins moves on. “I think there’s probabl…
 
Thousands of school students have chosen to skip their end of year exams this year. Reports of as few as 15 per cent are turning up and taking the unexpected event grade. Papatoetoe High School principal Vaughan Couillault told Heather du Plessis-Allan that he didn’t want students to turn up for exams as he thought exams in lockdown was a bridge to…
 
The Holidays: The Big White Elephant in the Room When one has deconverted, the holidays may look completely different, reexamining everything from family traditions to singing carols to dealing with those extended family members. On today’s episode, two returning guests, Arline and Lars and a new guest, Carlene, share how the holidays have and have…
 
Phil is the host of "Amish Inquisition" a podcast that has its deep dives into ancient routes and even comedic value on anything you can imagine. Phil has been on over the two years since his first episode on my show and we always hit deep points and also comedy in the insanity in it all from tik tok ticks or even dragons being just comets, its all…
 
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