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Trance Owns The night is a podcast dedicated to the nocturnal lovers of Trance music!Whether you're in bed drifting off to your dreams, driving on a highway under city lights, or in a club immersing yourself in the lasers!Featuring a mix of old, new and classic trance songs, the ToTn podcast will also bring you some amazing underground tracks (gems) that may not have heard.10 tracks in a 1 hour show, with BPM varying to keep things fresh.Hope you enjoy :)
 
Based in Totnes, England, we are a church that follows the teachings of Jesus Christ. In our services, we like to spend time with our focus squarely on The Lord. Our worship teams lead us in sung worship and help people to encounter God as we turn our affections to Him, and our talks focus on inspirational or challenging messages from the Bible.
 
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Death Techno

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Death Techno is a bi-weekly mix show ran by Jack! Who? serving up Exclusive Techno sets from around the world from hand picked underground DJ talent to established artists. Please check out our site http://deathtechno.com for more info... We are premiere on soe.fm in Germany then available for streaming and download shortly after via SoundCloud that now has over 4,900 Followers. Some guests featured so far are... Alex Dolby, Erphun, Hefty, Heron, Joachim Spieth, L.A.W, Mike Wall, Miss Sunshi ...
 
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Today we are graced with folk stardom with a visit from Tobias Ben Jacob joining us in the middle of his current tour with a brand new track from his latest collaboration with Lukas Drinkwater from their forthcoming album "More Notes from the Field". Katie Whitehouse also brings along exclusive new music collaboration from Ainsley Hamill, Ösp Eldjá…
 
Jem is an author and life coach who is working with 3 others to create a drop in centre addressing the extreme emergency we all face as a planet to encourage us all as individuals to take positive action to obviate our human impact on the planet. Have you got a groovy name for the group and would you like to get involved in the crowdfunder? Click t…
 
This morning we meet Andrew Price who is a ranger for Ivybridge. We find out that he doesn't get to have a horse with a bright red uniform but does get to engage with a lot of nature and is dedicated to encouraging bio diversity and getting the community (well done Totnes!) involved in making things a whole lot better. If you're up for helping on f…
 
Town Councillor Georgina is also a trustee of the Totnes St Mary's Church and as such is helping judge the St Marys Story Competition in three categories; under 11, under 18 and adults. The competition winners will be announced and presented by local author Nicholas Evans at the East Gate Bookshop. Also news about Churchill's development on the Co-…
 
Katie is a very busy person and is always working late into the night so missing the alarm occasionally is a perfectly natural phenomenon... Under her arm though is a unique preview debut hearing from a new album frm Reg Meuross with Harbottle & Jonas due out in October with tracks from Barclay James Harvest, Dan Whitehouse, Sufjan Stevens and 10cc…
 
Do you want to make a difference? How about becoming a Town Councillor? Town Mayor Ben Piper explains the process and the ways to get involved in the machinations of local democracy. Also the re-opening of Mansion House and the importance of vaccinations considering the worring spread of the virus in the town of Totnes.…
 
Friday is music day and with The Sparks Brothers documentary being it seems appropriate to investigate a few of the collaborations that the Mael brothers have indulged in over the last 50 years. Also Hugh Nankivell writes, records and produces a glorious instant song during the programme for playing near the end about beavers.…
 
Jon moved back to Devon a few years back to bathe in the area of creativity which has given rise to his band 'The Bridge' with a selection of excellent local musicians who together generate feel good music that resonates and enlivens a crowd. To paraphrase David Byrne; "How did we get here" - We find out! https://www.facebook.com/The-Bridge-1385917…
 
We've talked about Devon being under siege from developers many times but the C.P.R.E. are actively doing something about it. Penny Mills the Devon branch Director and joins us today to talk about several aspects of local planning affecting our area and steps that can be taken including litter, solar farms and affordable housing. There's also the Y…
 
We need to talk about Kevicc...A long missed Victoria updates on the Town Councils response and ideas regarding saving the lower field and the Elmhirst Centre as community projects and space for the people of Totnes whilst simultaneously getting the funds that our local school needs. We also discuss the re-invigorated Mansion House with a bit of ex…
 
Tom is coming to the EastGate Bookshop in Totnes on the 9th of September to celebrate the recent publishing of his latest novel "The Seventh Wave" and it seems like a great opportunity to have a chat about the process of writing and the vagaries of being a writer. We also discuss his work at Plymouth University and mentoring other budding authors..…
 
It's been a strange time for Barney, moving to a new location and taking on a pub only to be immediately closed down due the pandemic. His own love of music is driving the pubs focus on music and with the end in sight, things are finally getting back on track. We talk about the music, inspirations and motivations behind the first solo outing CD, Th…
 
As a Green Party Councillor, Jacqi Hodgson has been flying the flag for action against climate change for ages - Totnes was one of the earliest UK Town councils to commit to tackling the emergency and now the County, (and finally) District Councils have done the same. So what is happening to tackle the massive issues facing us? FaceBook group Link:…
 
Firstly, sorry I'm late posting this. I was on a clifftop in Cornwall and the sun was shining and so it took me a while to get home! But, I must say that this episode is absolutely worth the wait. One of my favourites so far. This week we are exploring the black imagination, with two amazing guests. Natasha Marin is an antiracism consultant based i…
 
A show full of fun and Sweet & Sour fizzing energy today as Katie Whitehouse introduces us to Simon Aldous and Lee Friese-Greene who are releasing their new EP today. The PRSD say "Lemonade Sin brew their music with refined charm, and The Lost Days mini LP is a refreshing gulp of ideas, tunes and sounds" Ok. enough with the Pop metaphors and listen…
 
Jay Tompt switched California for Totnes a few years back and used his entrepreneurial powers to use by encouraging other people to set up in business for themselves with the ReConomy centre in Totnes. One success story is the Community of Dragons - a setup enabling local people to connect with enterprising individuals to get involved financially o…
 
This is such an incredible episode. One of those ones I had to go off and sit under a tree afterwards to absorb. Today we talk about gender. I grew up in a society that thought in terms of two genders, you were male or you were female. This was accompanied by expectations that men behaved in ways that were ‘masculine’, and women in ways seen as bei…
 
Episode Thirty. Wow. Whoever thought we'd get this far? Thank you so much for your support in making that possible. We have a delicious episode to mark this moment. Farzana Khan is a writer, director, cultural producer and award-winning Arts educator. She is the co-founder and Director of Healing Justice London. She has a background in Youth and Co…
 
If you had a Time Machine, which year would you set the dial to? This episode is about time travel. More specifically, it is about using imaginary time travel, or futurism, or deep dreaming, or whatever you want to call it, in our activism. Why is it so powerful to invite people to imagine the future? What does it do to us to step into an imaginary…
 
The time for imagining that change happens in small, incremental steps is now way behind us. As Naomi Klein says, "there are no non-radical solutions left". Today we are thinking big. Really big. With big thinkers. While some of our episodes focus on what if questions that are quite specific and focused, in this episode, Episode Twenty-Eight, we ar…
 
This new episode, one of my favourite so far, comes with a challenge. Can you listen to it and not reimagine your own relationship with flying or, as one of our guests puts it, being "twanged around in an aluminium sausage"? I stopped flying in 2006. I travel to the far reaches of Europe on the train, travelling to Sweden, Denmark, Austria, Italy, …
 
These days of COVID have shown us that extraordinary profound reimagining of many aspects of society are entirely possible. Might this be the time to forever do away with the idea that the only way to measure our progress, cultural, social, spiritual, economic, is purely by how much bigger our economy is than it was last year? It’s a weird metric… …
 
Let’s imagine, and this takes quite a leap in Britain in 2021 I’ll grant you, but stay with me, that we had a government who recognised that we are living through a time of imaginative contraction alongside a climate and ecological emergency, a social justice emergency and so much more. Let’s imagine that they were able to recognise this as the cri…
 
When was the last time you read a book cover to cover? And if you are still able to do this, do you feel you read in the same way you did, say, 20 years ago? How is the decline in our collective attention span affecting our ability to read and, by extension, our collective capacity for knowledge, wisdom and art? What do we lose when we lose our abi…
 
Today we are looking at street art. Street art has stood alongside the fight for climate justice, the Black Lives Matter revolution, and pretty much every mass uprising for change through history. But is it just decoration? Or does it have the power to deeply shift a culture? To fire the collective imagination? And what if it was everywhere? I am j…
 
This week we are exploring failure. More precisely, what if we were able to create a culture in which failure is embraced, celebrated even, rather than feared, avoided or ridiculed? What would society look like if we embraced failure in politics, education, economics and everyday life, indeed if we learned from a young age that failure was just as …
 
It was recently announced that Chuck Feeney, the Irish American former airport duty free shopping entrepreneur who was worth $8bn, had, at the age of 89, succeeded in his goal of giving away all of his money to initiatives working to make the world a better place. Every cent. He suggested that to give away a huge fortune was far more fun than holdi…
 
Today we are exploring the question of trauma, and I must confess that recording this conversation rather blew my mind, as it will no doubt blow yours. I had to lie down afterward and digest it for a while. I am joined by two amazing thinkers for this conversation. I hope you love it. Susan Raffo is a bodyworker, cultural worker and writer. For the…
 
By now, in this journey into 'From What If to What Next', it is clear that one of the key things in our world in 2021 that needs reimagining is our education system. In this episode, we explore how it might be if at the heart of that reimagining were permaculture principles. How would the underpinning of the National Curriculum with permaculture pr…
 
Our far-reaching conversation, which could have gone on for hours, explores our relationship with land, and how a reimagining of that could unlock so much. My thanks to both of my guests for their generosity and wisdom. Josina Calliste is a health professional, community organiser, and one of the co-founders of Land in Our Names (LION), a black-led…
 
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