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A podcast for Equestrians (or animal enthusiasts) trying to find their way in this crazy world. Discussing ethicality and some of the common and more uncommon problems within the horse world. Join our Patreon for behind the scenes content and to support the podcast for as little as $1 per month: http://Patreon.com/sdequus
 
However Improbable is a podcast book club about Sherlock Holmes, by and for the people who love him. Every other week, detective lit enthusiasts Marisa and Sarah present a fresh new recording of Holmes and Watson’s adventures, and then delve into the story, its history and politics, adaptations, and why we’re still so captivated by the detective and his good doctor. Holmes himself famously said that there’s nothing new under the sun—but we’re willing to give him a run for his money. howeveri ...
 
THE podcast for violence and violence enthusiasts! Hosted by lifelong martial artists Zeke Rodrigues Thomas and Jarrett Sleeper, every week this pod provides irreverent and illuminating deep dives into the grubbiest aspects of people being people. Weekly breakdowns of viral street fight clips from the internet, highlights from recent happenings in the world of sport fighting, and deep dives into diverse topics related to the wide world of interpersonal conflict resolution: military history, ...
 
The Moshpit Backstage podcast allows you to listen to interviews with awesome bands as well as some recorded segments! MOSHPIT is SYN's home for everything PUNK, METAL and ROCK. Our ragtag crew of punk enthusiasts and metalheads bring you all sorts of music from pop-punk to power-violence to grindcore to hard rock to pagan metal! Tune in to SYN's Punk and Metal Night, Moshpit, on 8pm-11pm Thursdays, on SYN 90.7 FM & Digital, and online at www.syn.org.au. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Mo ...
 
Join serial entrepreneur, marketer, and author Ed O'Keefe as he talks with today's most influential business leaders. Ed isn't just your normal businessman. He's a health and wellness enthusiast, he's trained in NLP and he knows the struggles every business owner faces in attempting to have a balanced life. He's the Father of 7 children and owns several successful companies. Join Ed and his guests as they share strategies and experiences that can help you grow your business!
 
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Sick Sad World is a bi-weekly podcast on the dark and macabre. Co-Hosts Mari and Jasmine will take on grisly murders, spooky ghost stories, alien tales, and all things creepy, bringing their unique perspectives and (hopefully) witty banter. New episodes every other Friday! (Content warnings included before each story) If you’d like to share a spooky story, suggest a theme or case, or just want to let us know how lovely we are, send us an e-mail at sicksadworldpod@gmail.com. Mari is a nonbina ...
 
This podcast will provide interviews with a diverse range of individuals who have devoted a portion of their life to the study and practice of self-defense, either through a martial arts discipline, or the use of firearms or other weapons. During the interviews we'll discuss cultural backgrounds, life experiences, and the overall mindset of individuals that dedicate themselves to the preparation and prevention of dangerous situations and violent encounters. We will also spend time discussing ...
 
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From The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, this is "The Red-Headed League" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, narrated by Kate Murtaugh. “My dear doctor, this is a time for observation, not for talk. We are spies in an enemy’s country." Content warning: Watson carries a gun in this episode, and there are some tense moments of drama and classism. Find recommen…
 
Mistaken identity, evil stepfathers, and the importance of a good optician. “A Case of Identity” (from The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes) has a plot fit for a Shakespeare play - without the narrative satisfaction. In this surprisingly sinister armchair detective story, we discuss skeevy men, Peter Pan, Watson's eye for color and the complicated und…
 
"A Case of Identity" from The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle, narrated by Lucille Valentine. “It was most suggestive,” said Holmes. “It has long been an axiom of mine that the little things are infinitely the most important." This story is narrated by Lucille Valentine. Lucille is a desert rat masquerading as a voice actor, poe…
 
From The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, "The Five Orange Pips" connects vanishing ships, the American Civil War, and what happens when Holmes’s considerable powers are not enough to save the day. Sarah and Marisa discuss Doyle’s depiction of the KKK and his contentious relationship with racism, the kinds of adaptations we’re excited to see in the f…
 
"The Five Orange Pips" from The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle, narrated by Courtney Herber. “No; I shall be my own police. When I have spun the web they may take the flies, but not before.” Courtney Herber is a historian of early modern England and she studies performance, theatre, and power. She recently defended her disserta…
 
In this short story with a title straight out of a Western, Holmes hosts a sleepover and gives a man a bath. "The Man with the Twisted Lip" is perplexing not only for where it's ended up in our chronology, but for its red herring plot twist full of questionable decisions. What does the opium den represent in the Victorian imagination, and is it as …
 
"The Man with the Twisted Lip" from The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle, narrated by Christopher Wilson “I reached this one,” said my friend, “by sitting upon five pillows and consuming an ounce of shag." This episode is narrated by Christopher Wilson. Christopher is a stage and voiceover actor currently based in Chicago, IL. He…
 
Book Club Case File: My Dearest Holmes, by Rohase Piercy First published in 1988 by the Gay Men’s Press, My Dearest Holmes by Rohase Piercy is a very special pastiche that boasts something very rare—it’s one of the very few and certainly among the earliest published gay pastiches about the great detective and his good doctor. It celebrated its 30th…
 
Other than Holmes and Watson themselves, Irene Adler (of dubious and questionable memory) may be the most adapted character from the canon. And most of the time, modern adaptations do not do her justice. She played a prominent role in four recent TV and film adaptations of the stories - depicted as a professional thief, a sex worker, a European (fo…
 
Shotgun weddings, scandalous photographs, and a seven per-cent solution all come together in perhaps the most beloved story in the canon, featuring the woman who casts the longest shadow: Irene Adler, of dubious and questionable memory. "A Scandal in Bohemia" was Doyle's first short story about Holmes and Watson, and its impact colors the way we co…
 
"A Scandal in Bohemia" from The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle, narrated by Natalie Hunter. "And that was how a great scandal threatened to affect the kingdom of Bohemia, and how the best plans of Mr. Sherlock Holmes were beaten by a woman’s wit." This story is narrated by Natalie Hunter. Natalie has been a fan of the Holmes st…
 
Holmes and Watson go on a much-deserved vacation—and naturally, crime follows them. “The Adventure of the Reigate Squire” introduces us to one of Watson’s old friends, and an unusual case of burglary, amateur theatrics, and how minutiae can solve murder. We discuss Holmes's health and Watson's desire to do something about it, as well as handwriting…
 
"The Adventure of the Reigate Squire" from The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle, narrated by Kyle Carey Miller. "Watson, I think our quiet rest in the country has been a distinct success, and I shall certainly return much invigorated to Baker Street to-morrow.” This episode is narrated by Kyle Carey Miller. Kyle is a proud graduate …
 
In this episode, I get to interview Jim Masterson, a big name in the equine massage and bodywork community. We discuss his new documentary featuring him and co-worker/trainer, Mark Rashid and talk to the producer of the documentary, Dylan Silver. This episode encompasses everything equine body work related, behaviour as well as the human influence …
 
Welcome to Book Club Case Files on the However Improbable Podcast! We're taking a look at our very first case file on a Sherlock Holmes pastiche—stories that are about Sherlock Holmes and often in Arthur Conan Doyle’s style, but not written by him. And we’re starting with a special one: The House of Silk by renowned mystery novelist Anthony Horowit…
 
Sherlock Holmes himself spin us a story in this week's episode. “The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual” is the second story that gives us a look back at Holmes’s life before he met Watson - this time in a very Gothic tale of buried treasure and cryptic rituals. We talk about Holmes's early years, stories within stories, Stephen King, coming-of-age m…
 
*some mild swearing and tw: addiction and brain trauma talk* Discussing trauma within the lens of both the human and the horse. Talking about personal life traumas and how they affected my perception and comparing and contrasting much of these to how horses may feel and how trigger stacking may effect our training sessions with them and change how …
 
"The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual" from The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle, narrated by Travis Bihn. “There are cases enough here, Watson,” said he, looking at me with mischievous eyes. “I think that if you knew all that I had in this box you would ask me to pull some out instead of putting others in.” “These are the records o…
 
Exciting news: We're expanding our case file episodes to include literary pastiches! In these short episodes, Marisa and Sarah will chat about some of our favorite Sherlock Holmes novels not written by Arthur Conan Doyle. And we're starting this off on April 8 with Anthony Horowitz's novel The House of Silk! Read along with us to be up to speed whe…
 
In this episode I talk about different horse training methods and my thoughts on peoples responses to them as well as the importance of people holding themselves accountable and being more vulnerable in admitting their mistakes. This covers a lot of different topics, along with some of my favourite quotes from a very good training novel. It’s a lit…
 
From 1984 to 1994, British actor Jeremy Brett starred in 36 one-hour episodes and five feature-length specials in the Granada Television Studios series The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Yes, here's our case file about arguably the most iconic Sherlock Holmes television series made in the last 50 years in two parts. The first of two! In Part 1, we’…
 
So far we’ve seen Sherlock Holmes solve the mysteries behind poisonings, hangings, and missing wives—and in “The Adventure of the Second Stain” he stops a war by looking at a rug. There's a lot to discuss in this dense little mystery, including sexy spies, queer street, Holmes's misogyny, the perils of nationalism, and Watson's romantic libido. Con…
 
"The Adventure of the Second Stain" from The Return of Sherlock Holmes, narrated by Alaina Laethem. “We also have our diplomatic secrets,” said he, and picking up his hat he turned to the door. This episode is narrated by Alaina Laethem. Alaina is an award-winning indie actor working in Mesa, Arizona. When she's not on set, she's hanging with her b…
 
Runaway brides, rude lords, and the return of Doyle’s American West. In “The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor,” Holmes finds himself assisting a Lord with a personal problem: his new bride vanishing the day after their wedding. Sarah and Marisa talk about armchair detective fiction, Watson's traveling war wound, Lestrade's wet laundry, and which one…
 
Ed O'Keefe is a serial entrepreneur, best-selling author, and father of seven. He is the CEO of Marine Essentials, a research based supplement and health education company with ingredients and formulations you can trust. Ed also founded Wake Up Foods, the world’s only allergen-free, 100% plant-based waffles that sacrifice neither flavor nor nutriti…
 
"The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor" from The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, narrated by Rosie French. “Yes, my correspondence has certainly the charm of variety,” he answered, smiling, “and the humbler are usually the more interesting. This looks like one of those unwelcome social summonses which call upon a man either to be bored or to lie.” Thi…
 
Join us to delve into a Holmes film like no other. "The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes," directed by Billy Wilder, was released in 1970 with mixed results. Fifty years later, it retains a certain cult status. Narrated by Dr. Watson, it covers a scandalous untold case with international implications. But it’s also a personal look into Holmes—what w…
 
The best part of Moshpit On SYN in 2020 was our weekly quiz, the 'Moshpit Rockin' Trivia'. Once lockdown hit, a victory became the most valued prize across everyone who took part in making the show. New faces stepped up, old foes went to battle and underdogs came at the cusp of greatness. It also involved into new shapes and styles. Here's part 2 o…
 
Disguise, duped doctors, and deadly retribution. "The Adventure of the Resident Patient" is the first of many cases Holmes and Watson solve together in 1886. Today, we tackle Watson the true crime chronicler, Holmes's questionable sense of humor, a convenient shipwreck, and John le Carré. Read le Carré's introduction to The New Annotated Sherlock H…
 
The best part of Moshpit On SYN in 2020 was our weekly quiz, the 'Moshpit Rockin' Trivia'. Once lockdown hit, a victory became the most valued prize across everyone who took part in making the show. Filled with twists and turns, delusions and rebellion, the trivia made the brains of those brave enough to compete squeeze in agony, all for great rewa…
 
Ed O'Keefe is a serial entrepreneur, best-selling author, and father of seven. He is the CEO of Marine Essentials, a research based supplement and health education company with ingredients and formulations you can trust. Ed also founded Wake Up Foods, the world’s only allergen-free, 100% plant-based waffles that sacrifice neither flavor nor nutriti…
 
"The Adventure of the Resident Patient" from The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. "Having secured him, it is evident to me that a consultation of some sort was held. Probably it was something in the nature of a judicial proceeding." Please note that there's some variation in editions of this story. In many editions, it begins with the "mind reading" sce…
 
He began studying Goju-Ryu Karate when he was around 7 or 8 years old, and achieved his first Dan grade when he was about 17. Now 23, he has tried a number of different Martial Arts to varying degrees which are Judo, Jiu Jutsu, BJJ, MMA, Wrestling, Kick Boxing, Boxing, Kendo, and HEMA. He also enjoy studying Self Defence Theory, Tim also has a grea…
 
Join me for an cerebral interview on Self Defense with Rory Miller. He has been a Corrections Officer, a Sergeant, a Tactical Team member and a Tactical Team Leader; he has taught corrections and enforcement personnel skills from first aid to physical defense to crisis communication and mental health, from his west coast home to Baghdad. He is also…
 
Encrypted letters, old college friends, and murderous mutiny. “The Adventure of the Gloria Scott” takes us back in time to the story of Sherlock Holmes’s very first case. Today, Marisa & Sarah discuss men on boats, queer allegory and how to approach it, the lasting impact the very first great friend you make can have on your life, and Stephen Sondh…
 
Ed O'Keefe, a serial entrepreneur, best-selling author, and father of seven, is the CEO of Marine Essentials, a research-based supplement and health education company with ingredients and formulations you can trust. Ed also founded Wake Up Foods, the world's only allergen-free, 100% plant-based waffles that sacrifice no flavor or nutrition. Ed O'Ke…
 
Join me in this enjoyable conversation into the world of Gracie Barra, with humble Black Belt Mauricio Grudsky. As a lifelong practitioner of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Mauricio shares the intellectual and spiritual fortitude needed to increase your ability to progress at BJJ, as well as physical tips needed to perform at the highest level. Although soft…
 
"The Adventure of the Gloria Scott", from The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, narrated by Ryan James Horner. “You never heard me talk of Victor Trevor?” he asked. “He was the only friend I made during the two years I was at college." This episode was narrated by Ryan James Horner, a writer, podcaster, and voice actor from SoCal with a lifelong passion …
 
Sensei Billy training and teaching of multiple disciplines provides a unique perspective of Self-Defense and defense of others. He also provides a wealth of knowledge to the business side of a career in Self-Defense training. Successful trainer on communications, assertiveness, and self defense skills. Helping men, women, and children achieve their…
 
Welcome to our first Case File episode! Today, Sarah and Marisa take a look at the man behind the canon: Arthur Conan Doyle. We want to discuss Conan Doyle as a person and writer before we get too far into the stories. Besides creating Sherlock Holmes, what else is Conan Doyle known for? What was his life like? And what were his opinions about dete…
 
Join me and Ross Salanoa as we discuss the importance of defending your mindset. Ross is just starting his journey as a Bow Hunter, but has with enthusiasm and intelligence in his quiver, he's sure to become a skilled hunter quickly. Are you spending time defending your mind as much as your physical well-being?…
 
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