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Overdue is a podcast about the books you've been meaning to read. Join Andrew and Craig each week as they tackle a new title from their backlog. Classic literature, obscure plays, goofy childen’s books: they'll read it all, one overdue book at a time.
 
Welcome to The Path Went Chilly where Robin Warder from The Trail Went Cold will discuss his favorite cases with friends Dr. Jules from Riddle Me That! True Crime and Criminologist Dr. Ashley Wellman. This will be a deep dive and a fresh perspective, join us as we descend deeper down the rabbit hole & examine these unsolved cases with compassionate consideration towards the families left behind.
 
Having set up her first insurance related business aged just 24, Sam White is CEO and Founder of Freedom Group. Powered by passion and a desire to fundamentally change the insurance industry for the better, Sam enjoys the challenge of being a strong woman in a very male dominated industry and continues to champion women in the industry. Known for being gutsy, tenacious, opportunistic and extremely honest, Sam is a huge believer in the power of people and empowering the team around her. Human ...
 
I’m Jules, award winning international sales and business coach, working with entrepreneurs and ambitious leaders to equip them with the mindset, strategy and skills they need to reach the next level of growth and revenue. I’m passionate about helping people to create the impact they desire through a natural selling style that is based around human conversation and relationship building. I have published my first book, 'Live it, Love it, Sell it ®' and I am the host of this fabulous podcast ...
 
Keeping democracy alive Democracy is not a spectator sport, it requires informed participating citizens. On Keeping Democracy Alive, we delve into dynamics that both inhibit democracy and reinvigorate it. looking into issues from: domestic economic issues to foreign, labor, trade, and education policy, NSA spying, the drug war, prison, police, and judicial issues, electoral and protest politics, middle east realities, right and left wing populism, environmental and energy issues, the wealth ...
 
Damn Stubborn Radio is a compilation of music mixes produced by CLAKSAARB with genres ranging from House, EDM, Hip Hop, Rap, Trap, Twerk, Rock, Alternative, & Pop, and includes music & influences from artists such as 2 Chainz, A-Trak, AC Slater, Afrojack, Angger Dimas, Armand Van Helden, Axwell, Baauer, Bad Boy Bill, Bart B More, Beck, Benny Benassi, Beyonce, Billy Idol, Bingo Players, Black Eyed Peas, Black Sheep, Blaqstarr, Bloc Party, Boys Noize, Bro Safari, Busy P, Calvin Harris, Cascada ...
 
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Today on Human Business, Jules Brooke joins Sam White and Tony. Jules has been empowering business owners to manage their own PR throughout her career, and is now building a TV Network focussed on Business, Innovation and Technology with Female Hosts! She also talks about life in Australia at the moment during the pandemic.…
 
Enjoy another episode of our latest show-within-a-show! We're reading Edith Grossman's translation of Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes a few chapters at a time. Some Patreon supporters get these episodes monthly, but every two months we'll combine them for general consumption. These episodes cover Chapters 10-26 of Part Two. In Episode 9, someone…
 
November 24, 1956. LaPlace, Louisiana. 46-year old married family man Thomas Hotard and 31-year old single mother Audrey Moate meet up to continue their secret affair, which they have been carrying on for years. The following day, Thomas’ body is discovered inside his vehicle at a remote swamp area with a shotgun blast to the back of his head. Even…
 
This week I chatted to Sabrina Kunz, executive director of the Brewers Guild of New Zealand about the history and the purpose of the Guild, the annual awards, how Covid has impacted NZ breweries, non alcoholic beers, beer tourism, festivals, breweries paying to tie taps, labelling rules, excise, supermarket duopoly, trends, the future of NZ beer an…
 
Pat Buchanan was ahead of his time. He used the KKK’s David Duke to breed a new nativist religious nationalism, based on fear of liberalization. On this show political science professor Joseph Lowndes sheds light on how the Republican Party The post Violent Authoritarianism: How Did This Become the GOP? appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
On today's show I’m chatting to Tania Esteban who is a zoologist, self shooting assistant producer and wildlife filmmaker. She's worked on many high profile natural history series like Planet Earth II and The Mating Game as well as producing her own impactful films. Myself and Tania discuss if she enjoys the editorial process, what its like working…
 
As I have mentioned before, what we wear plays as much of a part in sustainability as what we eat. Along with leather, wool is a natural fiber that can be used to create earth-friendly, fashionable pieces that are long-lasting. On this episode of the podcast, I am joined by Edzard Van Der Wyck, co-founder of Sheep, Inc. Since 2017, Sheep, Inc has b…
 
Groundhog Day meets the apocalypse in this week's book, in which the end of the world is approaching at an ever-faster pace through each of Harry August's successive lifetimes spent on earth. Hope you like paradoxes! Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. Advertise on Overdue See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
How can one have optimum performance at your job when you have to hide your identity? There was fear of disruption by having openly trans troops in our military. But the truth is the only disruption was from people in The post Why the Fear of Trans Troops in the Military? appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
(part 2/2) December 22, 1967. Chicago, Illinois. After leaving work and picking up his son from school, Dr. John Branion, a prominent African-American physician who treated Martin Luther King Jr., returns home to discover that his wife, Donna Branion, has been shot to death. Police become suspicious of Dr. Branion’s behaviour and eventually charge …
 
Creating a world that is not only sustainable but regenerative extends past our plates into what we wear. With the rise of fast fashion and unchecked consumerism, buying quality, real leather goods is one way to make your wardrobe more sustainable. You can read my article here about the problems in the textile industry and how many of the “ethical”…
 
It’s easy to be all for cutting “waste” in the Pentagon budget but that enables continuing plans to spend 7.5 trillion over ten years. And on what? Could shoveling money to the military make us less secure? On this show The post Slice A Trillion From Defense: Bring Greater Security? appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
In todays show I have Greame Denton who is the managing director of from the notebook beer which is a company formed in 2012 to celebrate the diversity of British wildlife through the lovely drink that is beer! They donate money from each beer sold to help fund wildlife charities. In todays chat we sample three beers while looking at what gave him …
 
DeLillo's award-winning breakthrough novel is a satirical rumination on the fear of death while living in a hyper-consumerist America inundated with information delivered by modern technology. Did we mention it was written in the 80s? Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. Advertise on Overdue See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
 
December 22, 1967. Chicago, Illinois. After leaving work and picking up his son from school, Dr. John Branion, a prominent African-American physician who treated Martin Luther King Jr., returns home to discover that his wife, Donna Branion, has been shot to death. Police become suspicious of Dr. Branion’s behaviour and eventually charge him with th…
 
They’ve save countless human lives in many wars. Military working dogs have a new monument at the Navy Memorial in Washington DC and it’s about time. Dogs are an essential asset deserving recognition. On this show first up is 20 The post Remembering the Dogs on Veterans Day appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Today’s episode is a little bit different. I wanted the opportunity to talk about current events, topics that need deep exploration, or catch-up with friends. So, I am starting Fireside Chats, intimate conversations with people in my inner circle, like my co-host James Connolly, and Robb Wolf, my co-author of Sacred Cow. This first chat was sparked…
 
In this weeks show I’m talking to Miranda Krestovnikoff who is president of the RSPB and a tv presenter best known for appearances on the one show and coast. Miranda studied zoology at the university of Bristol and is closely associated with marine environments which she has a deep passion for exploring and preserving. We talk about the challenges …
 
This week's book observes society from the outside, asking occasionally uncomfortable questions about what it means to "progress" and to "fit in" and who gets to decide whether a person is doing those things. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. Advertise on Overdue See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Jules wrote the book on beer. Brewed is a brilliant snapshot of beer in NZ in 2017. He is also a wine maker (Known Unknown), retailer (Cult Wine), event organiser, educator, sommelier and all round renaissance man. We discussed how beer has changed since the release of Brewed, the differences and commonalities between wine and beer, what beer can l…
 
We close out Spooktober with a cornucopia of spooky stories from a state we both have a relationship to. Join us for a conversation about ghostly grandpas, paranormal presidents, and spectral students. For more on our bonus episodes, head to patreon.com/overduepod. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. Advertise on Overdue See omnystudio.c…
 
Claiming the election was stolen, “angry loyalists storming the building while overwhelmed security guards gave way. The slavishly loyal vice-president who would, the president hoped, restore him to power.” Sound familiar? This was 1986 in Manila. Author and history professor The post He Knows a Coup When He Sees One appeared first on Keeping Democ…
 
December 27, 1993. Lockhart, Texas. The body of 38-year old Latricia White is discovered in her bed after having been shot six times. Latricia’s live-in boyfriend, Lee “Dub” Wackerhagen, has vanished from their home, alongside his nine-year son, Chance. Three days later, Dub’s abandoned pick-up truck is discovered, containing many of his personal i…
 
Tufts University recently released the updated Food Compass, a nutrient profiling system to help consumers and policymakers determine the healthfulness of certain foods. You can read the full study here, (a subscription to Nature is required) read the brief overview here, or see a detailed list of the food rankings here. Dr. Tony Hampton joins me i…
 
This week I talk to Shark expert Richard Pierce being a trustee of The Shark Trust and founder of The Shark Conservation Society. We talk about the likelihood of there being great white sharks in Britain, examine the possible sitings and the closet confirmed records of them to the british coastline. Richards Website Buy Me a Coffee Facebook Page Tw…
 
For the Big 500, we go to Sweden to solve a murder and also some financial crimes. And much like The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, we also go on at some length about the specs of classic Macintosh computers. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. Advertise on Overdue See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Brewers Guild Awards Special! Matt & Luke host a slightly breathy podcast as they stroll the Auckland Beer Mile to find brewery burgers while discussing the big wins and surprises from the biggest awards in NZ brewing. Huge congratulations to all of the winners and to all the awesome people working hard in every area of New Zealand beer.…
 
For decades the majority of Americans, Democrats and Republicans have supported taxing the rich but politicians in both parties have turned a deaf ear. But the grudging acceptance that everyone but the richest pays their taxes may be ending. On The post Tax The Rich to Boost the Economy appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
December 27, 1993. Lockhart, Texas. The body of 38-year old Latricia White is discovered in her bed after having been shot six times. Latricia’s live-in boyfriend, Lee “Dub” Wackerhagen, has vanished from their home, alongside his nine-year son, Chance. Three days later, Dub’s abandoned pick-up truck is discovered, containing many of his personal i…
 
Take a look at the list of ingredients on the back of almost any ultra-processed packaged food and you are likely to find palm oil or its derivatives as an ingredient. Its presence is just as ubiquitous in cosmetics and personal care products. The consequences of the excessive use of palm oil are far-reaching and impact more than just our health. I…
 
In this weeks show I’m talking to Hugh Warwick is an ecologist and author with a particular passion for hedgehogs - he is the spokesperson for the British Hedgehog Preservation Society, has written three books (so far) about them and a book about beavers on the way. Today myself and Hugh waffle about what food you should give hedgehogs, are the hou…
 
Eight stories. Eight women (and plenty more). Eight experiments in genre and form that each explore modern horrors. Carmen Maria Machado's debut short story collection is filled with weird fiction and intimate nightmares, making it a fitting entry for Spooktober 2021. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. Advertise on Overdue See omnystudi…
 
It’s been normalized. Americans who are neither Christian nor white may not necessarily feel open discrimination, but privilege underlies everyday life. The starting point is not neutral, as we’d prefer to believe. On this show Dr. Kyati Y Joshi talks The post Pervasive Yet Invisible White Christian Privilege appeared first on Keeping Democracy Ali…
 
(Part 3/3) June 7, 1992. Springfield, Missouri. After an evening of partying following their high school graduation, 19-year old Suzie Streeter and her 18-year old friend, Stacy McCall, decide to spend the night at Suzie’s house alongside Suzie’s 47-year old mother, Sherrill Levitt. They are last seen shortly after 2:00 AM, but later that day, Suzi…
 
It was called the Gilded Age. In the late 19th and early 20th century, there was extreme wealth and everybody else (remind you of another time?). Wall Street bankers back then were getting robbed, someone had to protect them. In The post Making the World Safe for Plutocracy: The History of American Policing appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive…
 
In a world where we are increasingly removed from our food, hunting is a way for us to connect with what we are eating. Meet Danielle Prewett, founder of Wild + Whole, Wild Foods contributing editor for MeatEater, and proud hunter. In 2014 Danielle and her husband pledged to only cook meat that they hunt and fish themselves, allowing her the privil…
 
In this episode I’m talking to heather buttivant about a subject close to my heart Cornish rock pools! A native to north cornwall her interest in rock pools has persisted from childhood into adult life and she’s volunteered with cornwall wildlife trust and written books including Rockpool : the extrodianty encounters between tides. We talk about wh…
 
Recorded while picnicking in the park drinking beers from 8 Wired & Altitude, we chat real fruit sours, the history of Duvel, Belgian bottle shops, buying bottles of rum in Berlin kebab shops, Oktoberfest, Helles lager, Otherside brewing, Brood fermentation, curating the Beer Jerk Advent Calendars, brewing a Scotch Ale and the dozens of breweries t…
 
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