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Best Violence podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Violence podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The Sword and Scale true-crime podcast is an immersive audio experience covering the dark side of humanity and human nature. Our stories delve into the worst of the worst and include murder, rape, dismemberment and cannibalism. No crime is too brutal and no victim is too pure. The worst monsters are real.
 
The internet's leading podcast on realistic self-defence, martial arts, and the management of violence. Joe Saunders is one of Australia's leading experts in occupational violence and aggression and verbal de-escalation, as well as a lifelong martial artist. On this show, Joe interviews the world's leading experts in the management of violence and also provides his own take on how we can keep our families and communities safe.
 
60-Second Civics is a daily podcast that provides a quick and convenient way for listeners to learn about our nation's government, the Constitution, and our history. The podcast explores themes related to civics and government, the constitutional issues behind the headlines, and the people and ideas that formed our nation's history and government. 60-Second Civics is produced by the Center for Civic Education. The show's content is primarily derived from the Center's education for democracy ...
 
Metal Matters, a Gimme Radio podcast, is a weekly podcast hosted by Mike Hill, front man of Metal Blade Recording Artist Tombs. If you love metal and extreme music, tune in every week for discussions about classic records, up-and-coming bands and interviews with your favorite artists. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
"The past is another country; they do things differently there." Inward Empire explores the role of ideas and ideology in American history -- how the surface of actions and events can be shaped by undercurrents of thought and belief. Accessible and thoroughly researched, each episode is a window into a world that is both profoundly foreign and strikingly similar to our own. Visit www.inwardempirepodcast.wordpress.com for pictures, maps, updates on the show, and more!
 
Welcome to Pod Like a Hole. In season 1, this was the place to hear Marc Alan, Steven Earl, and Eric Monroe discuss all things Nine Inch Nails and give an album (or Halo) analysis on each episode.For Season 2, we discuss all of David Bowie's studio work, live albums, and anything else tangentially related to The Thin White Duke, Ziggy Stardust, Goblin King, Button Eyes, and more.
 
Solvable showcases the world’s most innovative thinkers and their proposed solutions to the world’s most daunting problems. The interviews, conducted by journalists like Malcolm Gladwell and Jacob Weisberg, will launch a dialogue that both acknowledges the complexity of the issues while inspiring hope that the problems are, in fact, solvable.
 
Sinister Myth challenges cultural mythologies about sexuality in the West, because so often they encourage, perpetuate, or foster violence against women and minorities. The series is made up of interviews with writers, academics, and people working on community projects. Alongside the interviews, the series also includes “Sinister Bitesize” which offer short soundbites from experts with advice on allyship and more, and there will also be “Sinister Keywords,” which feature short conversations ...
 
CNN's chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this hourlong weekday afternoon program, which mixes Tapper's interests with headlines from around the country and the world, headlines that span politics, money, sports and popular culture. "The Lead" also concentrates on bringing stories that aren't found on front pages -- buried leads -- to the forefront.
 
Journalist Mehdi Hasan is known around the world for his televised takedowns of presidents and prime ministers. In this new podcast from The Intercept, Mehdi unpacks a game-changing news event of the week while challenging the conventional wisdom. As a Brit, a Muslim and an immigrant based in Donald Trump's Washington D.C., Mehdi offers a provocative perspective on the ups and downs of American—and global—politics.
 
John King and his panel of well-sourced reporters bring you their latest scoops on the most important political stories of the day. A reporter with three decades of experience covering the White House, Congress and the campaign trail, King has interviewed presidents, politicians and voters. He explains what political stories matter, and why they matter to you.
 
Diana Bellerose is born and raised in Eastern Europe. She grew up in a working class family. As a little girl she spends most of her childhood with her grandparents. Presently, she lives with her husband, daughter and their two dogs and cat in Seattle, WA. She has finished Edmonds Community College in May 2004. Later on, she has found passion for writing about family and the obstacles they face in their lives.She enjoys gardening, photography, drawing, exploring other cultures, visiting inte ...
 
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In this first segment, Manoj CG talks about how the Rajasthan political crisis appears to have finally come to an end, what it reveals about the Congress and Sachin Pilot’s future in the party. Next, Apurva Vishwanath talks about the Supreme Court judgement that expands on the rights of Hindu women to be joint legal heirs and inherit ancestral prop…
 
In Disordered Violence: How Gender, Race and Heteronormativity Structure Terrorism (Edinburgh University Press, 2020), Caron Gentry looks at how gender, race, and heteronormative expectations of public life shape Western understandings of terrorism as irrational, immoral and illegitimate. Gentry examines the profiles of 8 well-known terrorist actor…
 
On this week's show Pulver and Chris discuss the MMA podcasts you should catch, skip, and can't miss from the past week (00:18:00). In the second segment they recap (01:44:25) Bellator 243 Chandler vs Henderson II and (02:06:20) the UFC Derrick Lewis vs Alexey Oleinik card in Las Vegas, NV. Recorded August 9th, 2020 See the full Show Notes on our w…
 
John Hackleman is the legendary trainer of fighters such as Chuck Liddell, Glover Texeira and Court McGee along with a host of others. But he's also a lifelong martial artist, growing up tough in Hawaii where he was exposed to Kajukenbo - an art adapted to the realities of street violence and honour fighting on the islands. John would go on to beco…
 
CONTENT WARNING: Contains adult language and discussion Orlando and Ned watch BloodRayne, a 2005 German-American fantasy action horror film directed by Uwe Boll, and starring Kristanna Loken, Michael Madsen, Matthew Davis, Will Sanderson, Billy Zane, Udo Kier, Michael Paré, Meat Loaf, Michelle Rodriguez, Ben Kingsley, and Geraldine Chaplin. In the …
 
Kathleen Klaus, Assistant Professor of Politics at the University of San Francisco has written a terrific book, Political Violence in Kenya: Land, Elections, and Claim-Making published in 2020 by Cambridge University Press. Kathleen’s book is richly researched and beautifully written. She draws on 15 months of survey and interview methods to center…
 
Before she became the mayor of Chicago, last year, Lori Lightfoot spent nearly a decade working on police reform. Now Lightfoot is facing civil unrest over police brutality and criticism by the President for the homicide and shooting rates in her city. David Remnick spoke with Mayor Lightfoot about the state of the city, policing, and President Tru…
 
Nova Scotia, April 18-19, 2020 Over a period of thirteen hours, a 51 year old denturist carried out Canada’s most deadly act of mass murder. Dressed in a police officer’s uniform and driving a replica police cruiser, this murderer would leave a trail of innocent victims and burnt homes in his wake. In total twenty two Nova Scotians lost their lives…
 
New Department for Education figures out this morning revealed that 7,894 children were excluded from school in England during 2018/19. This is a slight decrease from the previous year, but otherwise the numbers have been increasing year on year since 2013. Although girls are less likely than boys to be formally excluded, a charity called Social Fi…
 
This past weekend marked an increase in violence surrounding demonstrations across the country. Lives were lost as a result. Many people — protesters and bystanders alike — were injured. We saw it at the Austin protest, a rally in Louisville, at a demonstration in Seattle, and in other places. Today it seems appropriate to discuss some of the event…
 
Since 2016, Andrew Marantz has been reporting on how the extremist right has harnessed the Internet and social media to gain a startling prominence in American politics. One day, he was contacted by a woman named Samantha, who was in the leadership of the white-nationalist group Identity Evropa. (She asked to be identified only by her first name.) …
 
To mark VJ Day 75 we’ll be speaking to two sisters, Patricia and Jean Owtram whose father was a prisoner of war in the Far East. At the time both sisters were serving their country. They are the last two living sisters to have signed the official secrets act in WW2. Patricia received a Legion of Honour for her interception of enigma code for Bletch…
 
The US presidential election campaign is gathering steam, with the Democratic Party convention beginning next week. November's election in the United States will be taking place at a time when the country is going through unprecedented social and economic upheavals. The incumbent Donald Trump is pitted against the former vice president Joe Biden. I…
 
In What Does it Mean to be Post-Soviet? Decolonial Art from the Ruins of the Soviet Empire (Duke University Press, 2018), Madina Tlostanova traces how contemporary post-Soviet art mediates this human condition. Observing how the concept of the happy future—which was at the core of the project of Soviet modernity—has lapsed from the post-Soviet imag…
 
In today’s episode we’re first speaking with Shubhajit Roy, The Indian Express’s Associate Editor covering foreign affairs, about a meeting between India and Nepal next week that will be closely watched. Then, Mohamed Thaver, who reports on crime for The Indian Express, discusses why rapper Badshah and others are being interrogated by the Mumbai Po…
 
Scott Rasmussen's Number of the Day, now a new podcast, just launched on JustTheNews.com, on iTunes, or anywhere you download your favorite podcasts. Also joining him is John McLaughlin, Pollster and Strategist, and Matt Towery, Syndicated Columnist, Attorney and Pollster, take a look at the polls with Joe Biden’s VP announcement. The Sean Hannity …
 
Over 2,000 students, teachers, staff quarantined as schools reopen; CDC Director warns of “worst fall” in history; Fauci calls the upticks in positive tests “disturbing”; Georgia, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, & Oklahoma report positive cases for teachers, students & athletes; CDC Survey: COVID-19 has had a “broad impact” on mental health; Trump t…
 
You’ve been involved in a defensive shooting — ideally a shooting and not a gunfight. What comes after? What should you do post-engagement? Here’s a hint: it’s not just flipping your head around dramatically in a theatric scan-and-assess. In today’s episode, we discuss what to do after. Though important, situational awareness is necessarily differe…
 
From their earliest encounters with Indigenous Pacific Islanders, white Europeans and Americans saw Polynesians as almost racially white, and speculated that they were of Mediterranean or Aryan descent. In Possessing Polynesians: The Science of Settler Colonial Whiteness in Hawai‘i and Oceania (Duke University Press, 2020) Maile Arvin argues that a…
 
The arts have been hit hard by COVID-19. But at the end of July, the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity welcomed back their first artist, Canadian pianist Jan Lisiecki. He tells us about the importance of bringing music into people’s lives — through virtual concerts — to ease the stress of the pandemic.…
 
Source: in interview, Harris spoke at length about her relationship with Biden’s late son Beau; Beau Biden bonded Kamala Harris with Joe; Biden says Harris’ friendship with Beau helped guide his decisionBy CNN
 
Jess Hill, Australian investigative journalist and award winning authorof the book 'See What You Made Me Do,' is back for one more episode with Laura Richards, Jim Clemente and Lisa Zambetti. They talk about several aspects of abuse and debunk the commonly accepted concept of Stockholm Syndrome Jess has been writing and researching about domestic a…
 
Stefan Molyneux interviews Dr Paul Cottrell about the looming health, financial and economic effects of the #coronavirus pandemic. What is the latest news on vaccines? Are they safe? Was the danger of the pandemic overblown? How long will it last, and what should you do to prepare? www.the-studio-reykjavik.com/ Paul's Channel: https://www.youtube.c…
 
Philosopher Stefan Molyneux answers questions about future plans, and coronavirus. ▶️ Donate Now: www.freedomain.com/donate ▶️ Sign Up For Our Newsletter: www.fdrurl.com/newsletter Your support is essential to Freedomain, which is 100% funded by viewers like you. Please support the show by making a one time donation or signing up for a monthly recu…
 
Alexandra Wilson on her new book “In Black and White”. The story of breaking down barriers of race and class to become a barrister. She explains how losing a very close family friend to knife crime made her pursue a career in law and how she has overcome her family’s fears of becoming “part of the system”Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee for Presid…
 
Imagine that you volunteer for the clinical trial of an experimental drug. The only direct benefit of participating is that you will receive up to $5,175. You must spend twenty nights literally locked in a research facility. You will be told what to eat, when to eat, and when to sleep. You will share a bedroom with several strangers. Who are you, a…
 
Open source is the once-radical idea that code should be freely available to everyone. Open-source software was once an optimistic model for public collaboration, but is now a near-universal standard. But most open-source code is not developed by big teams or equitable collaborations; it’s maintained by unseen individuals who work tirelessly to wri…
 
How have we used twentieth- and twenty-first-century sound technologies to carve out sonic space out of the hustle and bustle of contemporary life? In search for an answer, in this episode I speak with Mack Hagood, Blayney Associate Professor of Comparative Media Studies at Miami University, writer, and podcaster about his book, Hush: Media and Son…
 
How has social media changed inequality in the cultural industries? In The Politics of Expertise in Cultural Labour: Arts, Work and Inequalities (Rowman and Littlefield, 2020), Karen Patel, AHRC Leadership Fellow based at Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research, Birmingham City University, considers the idea of expertise in cultural labou…
 
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