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Join The Data Story podcast, where two veterans of the Data & Analytics industry cut through the chase and bring you the most relevant technology trends transforming the industry. James Serra and Khalil Sheikh have helped transform several Fortune 100 enterprises into data-driven enterprises. This fortnightly podcast will equip you with the best practices, tools, and frameworks available that will help you spearhead your business insights journey. Stick around for each new topic discussion a ...
 
Welcome to the world's first fully Low Saxon podcast focussing on the speech area as a whole, its implications and its practical issues. A number of tags to get this thing rolling: Achterhoek, Achterhook, Achterhoeks Drenthe, Drèenthe, Dreinte, Drents Sallands, sallaands, sallaans, sallandsk Twents, Tweants, Twentsk Westfalen, Westphalia, Westfäölsk Nedersaksisch, Plattdeutsch, Plattdüütsch, Platdüütsk Münsterländer Mönsterlanner Platt. Grafschafter, Graofschupper
 
A paranormal historical thriller that puts the "evil" in medieval. With the Anglo-Saxon King on his deathbed, rebellion brewing in the north, and the Normans preparing to invade from the south, an ancient evil has awakened that rules the night and plots a conquest of its own. A dark twist on traditional gothic tales woven into actual historical events makes this exquisitely produced audio drama seem horrifyingly real.
 
Please note that because iTunes limits the number of episodes displayed to 300, to start at the beginning of my retelling of the story of England, you need to SUBSCRIBE. You'll then find a regular, chronological podcast, starting from from the end of Roman Britain. I’m a bloke in a shed, but I make sure this is good, properly prepared history, and then fill it with my enthusiasm. You’ll find the great events and people for sure – but also some of the byways, of how people lived, their langua ...
 
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Juice English & The Saxon King

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RAW, NATURAL and FUNNY Hip Hop Music & Culture Commentary from a West Midlands, UK Perspective. Join us every week for real and interesting discussions and debates on an array of topics within the culture.
 
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Jennifer Jewell / Cultivating Place

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Gardens are more than collections of plants. Gardens and Gardeners are intersectional spaces and agents for positive change in our world. Cultivating Place: Conversations on Natural History and the Human Impulse to Garden is a weekly public radio program & podcast exploring what we mean when we garden. Through thoughtful conversations with growers, gardeners, naturalists, scientists, artists and thinkers, Cultivating Place illustrates the many ways in which gardens are integral to our natura ...
 
Actor Clark Gregg talks about Trust Me, the sharp new comedy he wrote, directed, and stars in. Gregg plays Howard Holloway, a down-on-his luck agent for child actors and one of the last good guys left in Hollywood. After discovering a 13-year-old acting prodigy (newcomer Saxon Sharbino), he’s poised to close the deal of a lifetime, but senses that his innocent young starlet may not be quite what she seems.
 
Politics, locked down. From the producers of Oh God, What Now? (formerly Remainiacs), The Bunker is fearless, independent political talk for Britain and beyond. We examine the big issues with humour and expertise, cutting through the claptrap to make sense of what’s really going on – and give you the fighting spirit to keep on keeping on. Our full-panel roundtable podcast goes out every Tuesday, with shorter Bunker Daily editions on a single subject or interview on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thurs ...
 
PARTNERNOMICS is a complete system of tools, strategies, and processes packaged into an online set of courses that shares the art and science of developing successful strategic partnerships. The PARTNERNOMICS podcast shares business growth insights that you can't get anywhere else! The host of our podcast is Dr. Mark Brigman, an author and international thought leader on the art and science of strategic partnering.
 
Alexander Dreymon, Rune Temte and David Dawson discuss the hit historical drama series The Last Kingdom. It’s the story of an orphaned son of a Saxon nobleman, kidnapped and raised by Vikings, set against the backdrop of conflict between invading Danes and the early kingdoms of England. Hosted by Chris Hewitt at the Apple Store, Covent Garden in London.
 
Survive the Jive podcast is about history and ancient religions and folklore. Hosted by historian Thomas Rowsell who is also a documentary film maker, this podcast focuses mainly on Indo-European cultures and most specifically on Germanic/Norse paganism. The podcast takes a holistic approach to programming that informs, educates and improves us. It sometimes covers scientific topics but is mainly concerned with pre-Christian religions of Europe. Sometimes the podcasts are based on videos fro ...
 
Cædmon was an Anglo-Saxon herdsman attached to the double monastery of Streonæshalch (657–681). Originally ignorant of the art of song, Cædmon learned to compose one night in the course of a dream. Cædmon’s only known surviving work is Cædmon’s Hymn, the nine-line alliterative vernacular praise poem in honour of the Christian god he supposedly learned to sing in his initial dream. The poem is one of the earliest attested examples of Old English and is one of three candidates for the earliest ...
 
One of the longest running podcasts. We talk about hard rock and metal. Hosted and produced by Mark Strigl. Guests have included members of Motley Crue, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Slayer, Exodus, System Of A Down, Motorhead, Kiss, Megadeth, Korn and many more. Established in 2005 by Mark Strigl and John "Ostronomy" Ostrosky. Please visit MarkStrigl.net for more info. Bonus content by Mark Strigl is available on Patreon.
 
Dj Mr Jay hosts "The Truth"The latest and best R&B, Soul, Funk and Disco show live on the Internet. If you want to get a feel for the development or urban black music in the UK, and the effect it’s had on club culture, a quick glance at Mr Jay’s resume gives you a potted history of it all! His roots go back to 1978, being part of Soul Incorporated Roadshow, which went on to play all over the UK alongside the best reggae and soul sounds, such as Sir Coxsone, Saxon International and Java Hi-Po ...
 
Unless you've been living under a rock, you've heard about the psychic medium Sylvester Da Silva in the news recently. He will talk to only one person, and that's journalist Carrie Saxon. Will he talk about why he's in the news? Will he get to the point at all? Find out in this new comedy podcast. Devised and Performed by Jacqueline Davies & John Parry for Deliciously Bright Productions.
 
Fortune's Wheel is a narrative history podcast focusing on the Late Middle Ages, approximately the mid-900s to 1492. This largely overlooked time period would see the formation of modern national borders as well as tell the intricate story of a land opening its eyes from the intellectual Dark Ages and into the most pivotal movements that will re-structure the world we know today: the Age of Exploration, the Reformation, the Renaissance, and the Enlightenment. Become a Paid Subscriber: http
 
Weekly Interviews With Successful eCommerce Entrepreneurs. Be mentored by high level business owners. Learn from the entrepreneurs who have already made it, so you won't have to spend years figuring it out on your own. Listen to the real stories of eCom store owners, who speak honestly about building their businesses. They share the highs and the lows, and what it really took to overcome the obstacles. They talk about what kept them going when they felt like giving up. Learn the mindsets, st ...
 
Exploring the past, one skeleton at a time. --- Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bonesandstuff --- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oldbonespodcast --- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oldbones_podcast/ --- Website: oldbones.co.uk
 
Join sports fan Adam Saxon and non-sports fan Artie Gallina as they analyze, rant, and laugh about all things sports and life. If you like sports and/or you like jokes then please listen. The only real sports podcast you need. From what's going on in sports today to what sport Darth Vader would play. It's all here on Sports Boys. Buckets!
 
Germany has been a major player in the last 100 years for the world and is well known for its role in World War 2 and creating the world we know today. But how much do you know about the Germany before? Or about the Germany after? Did you know that the German tribes conquered most of Roman Europe and Africa? What about Prussia, the nation to unite Germany, was formerly abolished in 1947? This podcast will cover aspects of culture, politics, military, gender, and day to day life from when we ...
 
Originally an article in the US Edition of the London Quarterly Review, George Borrow offers a sweeping history of Welsh literature, beginning with the legendary origin of the Welsh people, then their major bards and poets, and then their works of prose. Many examples are offered. - Summary by Eric W. Metzler
 
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Saxon's business was plummeting, due to something outside his control. He felt like a failure. Fast forward 1 year, and he's back on top. But man, that was a tough year. He wanted to give up. He doubted himself. Saxon Funk told the first part of that story over a year ago on the podcast. When he was at the bottom. Today, he comes back to tell what …
 
The Anglo-Saxons represent one of the most vital and important periods in English history, but then why do we know so very little about them? Marc Morris, historian and author of The Anglo-Saxons: A History of the Beginnings of England, takes Nick Cohen on a journey though one of England’s most fascinating chapters, and how their influence is still…
 
One day, after the Saxons won one of the many battles in the Saxon Wars, Charlemagne, who was pretty annoyed, ordered the mass execution of 4,500 warriors. This didn't really tarnish his golden reputation until the 18th century, when it began to bother people. We discuss the Saxons, Charlemagne's reputation, the trouble that the Nazis had in figuri…
 
In the 8th century, Cookham Abbey was the focus of a decades-long power struggle between early medieval kingdoms, but over time the religious community’s location faded from memory, despite its association with a powerful Anglo-Saxon queen. Now, excavations in Berkshire are thought to have brought its remains to light once more. On this episode of …
 
In our second episode focusing on the inspiring beauty of dry gardens and the plants and people who love them, Cultivating Place is joined this week by photo journalist Saxon Holt. The sole photographer on more than 30 garden books, Saxon is also owner of the PhotoBotanic Garden library and director of the Summer-Dry Project.Saxon’s most recent boo…
 
This year is the 30th season of the Guelph Storm, the local OHL hockey franchise who won the J. Ross Robertson Cup in 2019, and are technically still the undefeated champions of the Ontario Hockey League. But 18 months in this league is a life time, and as we enter the first OHL regular season play in over 18 months, we ask a Storm expert to talk a…
 
This week on Open Sources Guelph, we've got a potpourri. "Potpourri" is the category on Jeopardy! where they've got a lot of great answers that don't fit into other categories, so this week's show is a potpourri as we discuss the Alberta municipal elections, and the murder of another British Member of Parliament. In the back half of the show, we're…
 
It is difficult to hear the voice of ordinary people from long ago; but although they left little written record, yet their memory, attitudes and perceptions of the world around them are etched in the landscape. Stephen Mileson helps bring those voices back to life. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The National Archives can be seen as any medieval historian's candy store. It's filled with an amazing variety of materials, from the Magna Carta to mummified rats. In this episode of Gone Medieval, Matt is joined by Principal Records Specialist at The National Archives (TNA), Dr. Euan Roger. Euan takes us through the fascinating ancient documents,…
 
This week on End Credits, we're going to deal with horrors both real and imagined. On the real side, we'll have another interview with a Guelph Film Festival participant whose film deals with violence against Indigenous people. In terms of the imaginary, we go back to a fictional American town that has been plagued by a masked killer for nearly 50 …
 
This week on Cultivating Place we’re in delicious conversation with Chef Dave Smoke McCluskey, founder of Corn Mafia, and a grower/producer of such traditional corn products as Longhouse Selections’ hominy, masa, and grits. Based in South Carolina, Dave is an Indigenous foods educator and member of the Mohawk Nation, who invites us all to think abo…
 
Children lost an average of 115 days of schooling under last year’s lockdowns, but that doesn’t capture the scale of trauma and dislocation caused to children by the Government’s bungled handling of the pandemic. Former Children’s Commissioner for England Anne Longfield tells Ros Taylor about the hidden consequences of COVID policy for kids – how t…
 
Continuing our countdown to Giving Tuesday on November 30 we're putting a spotlight on the North End Harvest Market, which fits nicely under the broad topic of food insecurity. There are many reasons why someone might be food insecure, but it’s fallen to many different small neighbourhood groups in our city to take direct action on it, especially d…
 
On this episode of the PastCast, two curators from the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge discuss its recently opened exhibition, Gold and the Great Steppe. The exhibition looks at the history of the Saka, a nomadic people from Eastern Kazakhstan who lived around 2,500 years ago. To accompany the exhibition, curators Rebecca Roberts and Saltanat Amir …
 
Is gene-editing – replacing sections of DNA to make plants and animals more fertile or resistant to disease – really our escape route from the threats of climate change and population growth? Since Brexit the British Government has been tearing up tight EU legislation on the practice, with DEFRA now allowing it for crops. But do we really understan…
 
Today, a little love letter to one of my all-time favorites. Please keep sharing the podcast with those you know and on your social media accounts. Don’t forget to tag us, too, if you share us on Twitter (@WheelPodcast), or drop a quick line about the latest episode on Facebook (Search: Wheel Podcast). I would love to hear from you, so email the sh…
 
Join in as we talk to Jesse Alexander and Cathérine Pfauth who work on the absolutely fantastic project called Glory and Defeat. This project provides a needed indepth study of the Franco Prussian war including a week by week study of the war. You can find their channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB1eDEd1AYG3YrRIJSZzMOQ…
 
In this week's episode, Mark Brigman chats with Manoj Bhatia, Dir. Partner Biz Dev @ Verizon, a leading telecommunications provider bringing 5G and other technologies to life. Listen to hear Mark and Manoj share insights on the topics of innovation, partnership cultures, and a deep dive into partnership contracts. As we move deeper into ecosystem p…
 
The Azores, an autonomous region of Portugal in the middle of the Atlantic, was said to be discovered in 1427 by Portuguese explorer Diogo de Silves. However, new studies of the land suggest the Portuguese may not have been the island's first inhabitants. The key to these studies? Mice. Similarities have been found between Azorean and northern Euro…
 
On this episode, we have two new interviews. Udo Dirkschneider of U.D.O./formerly of Accept and Johanna Sadonis of Lucifer. Topics with Udo include the new Game Over album by U.D.O., the socially conscious theme he has been covering in his songs, how the floods in Germany affected his son Sven and his family. The recent gigs he has played and much …
 
This week on Open Sources Guelph, we deal again with some heavy issues without any easy answers. In the medical field, we have hospital laying people off who won't get vaccinated, and in Afghanistan we have people in need but they live under the yoke of some dangerous authoritarians. Meanwhile, here in Guelph, we have a heritage building that was a…
 
A second MP in five years is killed during the performance of constituency duties. Will the death of Sir David Amess change the temperature of political debate? Plus Dominic Raab’s plan to overrule independent courts, the brewing PCR test scandal, and coal-funded senator Joe Manchin destroys Joe Biden’s clean energy programme. Ros Taylor starts you…
 
We’ve got a bit less music on this week’s podcast than we’d like but you can hear it in full on our rolling playlist: https://bit.ly/CultBunkThis week: As the third season of dynastic epic Succession begins on Sky, what makes it the most compelling thing on TV? After 40 years in the game, Duran Duran make a genuinely fantastic album: we listen to F…
 
The Bayeux Tapestry is one of the world’s most prominent pieces of medieval art. Depicting the 11th-century invasion and occupation of England, the tapestry tells a story through detailed embroidery. But what can we learn about the Norman Conquest and the people being it through this skilful art? In this episode, Matt is joined by David Musgrove. D…
 
What happens if you or your band is good, like—really good? You get SIGNED. A record contract! You've made it!....or did you? The fact that major label contracts aren’t particularly fair is well known, but what if they’re doing more than just ripping off artists and an empty promise? In his recent book, “Getting Signed: Record Contracts, Musicians,…
 
This week on End Credits, it's going to be a serious (ish) affair. In the first half of the show we're going to go local and talk about the upcoming Guelph-based documentary film festival with one of the featured filmmakers. In the second half of the show, we're going to review a new movie that has a very specific title that is not a hint about wha…
 
As we enter the season of seed saving, of easing into dormancy, beginning to consider next season through the lens of the last season, of forward planning, this week Cultivating Place explores some big thinking for our shared future in conversation with Severine Von Tscharner Fleming, one of the women featured in The Earth in Her Hands, 75 Extraord…
 
Cities are slowly coming back to life after COVID. But has the pandemic permanently changed our urban spaces, and how we live within them? Co-author of Survival of the City and Harvard University Professor Edward L. Glaeser talks to Ros Taylor about how commuting has always been defined by class divides, whether fifteen minute cities could work…and…
 
Cannabis sativa has been cultivated by humans for thousands of years both as a narcotic and also for making hemp fabrics. Brand new genetic and archaeological evidence places the original domestication event in China, but indicates that the plant was mainly spread by Indo-European peoples such as the Yamnaya and the Scythians. Cannabis was used in …
 
We just had Thanksgiving, but we’re now entering a whole season of giving including the November 30 commemoration of Giving Tuesday. That's still about a month-and-a-half away, but for the next several weeks on this podcast we will highlight some of the organizations working locally to give back, and how you, as the generous person you are, might b…
 
Enigmatic Californian tech investor and libertarian Peter Thiel is best known for his controversial ‘spy tech’ company Palantir and for enabling Hulk Hogan to sue gossip site Gawker out of business. But as new book The Contrarian shows, Thiel has always had bigger ambitions to use tech to sideline government itself. Author Max Chafkin tells Andrew …
 
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