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'Sh*t that scares us’ the original podcast is part comedy, part supernatural, and part true-crime show. Hosted by self-declared scaredy-cats Britt Clark and Vic Wood, each episode delves into something truly freaky. Whether it be Ghost stories, paranormal sightings, serial killers, or even the dreaded tax season— Britt & Vic bring you along with them as they look further into the things that keep them, and most of — us up at night. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Every Tuesday and Friday, Recode’s Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. They make bold predictions, pick winners and losers, and bicker and banter like no one else. After all, with great power comes great scrutiny. From New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Having recently listened to the classic Joan Baez cut "James and the Gang," Doug is transported to an earlier time . Recalling a frightening experience being swept up and carried by a rip current while swimming, Doug draws parallels to the unseen and powerful forces acting on a young man's life in 1960's America.
 
Everyday for your entire life, you've been force fed garbage, and you're expected to take it with a smile! Now is the time to stop those pesky schools, social media, and news networks from leading you off a cliff into an eternal sleep. Wake up today! Open your mind to the world, as real people fill you in on The Statist Quo! Join our host Matt, an Iraq War veteran and ex-convict. If a former, enthusiastic cog in the war machine can break away from the statist quo mentality, then so can you! ...
 
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Scott Siegfried & Jared Videtich

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Scott Siegfried and Jared Videtich come to you Bay Area born and bred. They are former college baseball teammates who have been friends for over 20 years. They share a passion for sports and sarcasm and thought they should record an hour of both!
 
Award-winning journalist Trish Wood digs deep with guests and thinks critically about the world, COVID-19 policy, true crime, wrongful convictions, epic media fails, addiction, the gender wars and sometimes basketball. Trish’s acclaimed interview style, empathetic but tough and agenda-free, explodes convention and exposes raw truth. Trish Wood's guests include: Matt Taibbi, Scott Atlas, Naomi Wolf, Abigail Shrier, Michael Shermer, Meghan Daum and Nancy Rommelmann. Listeners of this show also ...
 
Bond By Numbers is a canonical tour of the James Bond world. More an enthusiast's journey than an expert's quest, each episode investigates the world of a different 007 production or topic with in-depth conversation, opinion and regular features. If you like your podcasts well-researched but crave the down-to-earth energy of amateur minds, join life-long 007 fans Scott, Josh and Jeff for a fresh look at one of the entertainment world's most successful franchises.
 
Jill Scott, Laiya St.Clair, and Aja Graydon-Dantzler are music and entertainment icons, but they’re also experts in the art of no-holds-barred conversations. Jill Scott Presents: J.ill the Podcast is like chilling with that friend who says what everyone wants to say but is too afraid to – times three. Expect unfiltered talk about relationships, health, art, and everything else that comes with surviving and thriving as a Black woman in the world
 
Join host David Fleming for a program dedicated to Arts and Entertainment in our region, as well as the people and places providing it. Interviews with authors, producers, visual artists and musicians, spotlighting a classic album or a brand new release. From musical legends and icons - to players at the local level, from Broadway tours to Community theater, from the Hollywood Bowl to the Redlands Bowl.
 
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On the second Tuesday of every month, we hear from our contributors in the field. Susan Knight and Gretchen Gerrish both work for the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Center for Limnology at Trout Lake Station. Scott Bowe is the Director of Kemp Natural Resources Station.
 
Go inside the walls of Dungeons & Dragons for exclusive interviews and previews! The D&D team sits down each week with celebrities and personalities from across gaming and pop culture to discuss one of the greatest fantasy brands of all-time. We'll talk about the tabletop roleplaying game, as the latest in D&D video games, comics, novels, movies, and television.
 
Give us the time and we’ll take you out of the traffic and away from the levee. Let’s find the place where the loons call out among the moonlit waves and where the wind sighs among the Norway pines. Let’s get to Cabin Country. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Whether through a love of wellbeing and nature, breakthroughs in science and tech, excelling in sport or outstanding achievements in the arts, all of my guests have incredible stories of pushing boundaries and perceptions. With insights into the challenges they have overcome, plus their tools and techniques for success, we uncover the lifestyle choices that really pack a punch.
 
This is S.A. Bradley, and I’m a life-long horror lover. This podcast combines horror history, personal observations, common themes, and cultural trends to tell a story with each episode. Here we talk about all things horror. Horror movies, books, comics, hosts, conventions. The door swings wide here, and all types of horror are welcome. Each episode covers some aspect of horror with lots of viewing or reading suggestions for you to check out. I want to start conversations with people about a ...
 
Geared towards Deadheads, Phishheads and the jam band community, The Sound Podcast is a music discovery interview style podcast, hosted by Ira Haberman. Featuring Jam Bands and more... much more. Rooted in Americana, Blues, Bluegrass, Country, Folk, Funk, Jazz, Reggae, Rock, Soul but mostly Jam Band music. New episodes of The Sound Podcast are available Monday, Wednesday and Friday (and more if we can). The Wednesday episode is exclusively a live music playlist called LIVEFIVE powered by nug ...
 
Listen in as Jonathan Menges, joined by a roundtable of co-hosts and special guests discuss topics related to the Whitechapel Murders, Jack the Ripper, Victorian British history, and whatever else suits their fancy. This free and loose discussion is sure to interest everyone involved in the 120 year long hunt for 'Jack the Ripper'
 
An interview collective of famous and not so famous deer hunters from around the country. We explore the curious aspects of the hunt, individual skill sets and deer hunting styles. From Maine to Florida, the Mid-West to the West Coast, we explore hunting styles of each area. Tree stands, tracking in deep snow, spot and stalk, and saddle hunting we cover it. We also diverge into the realms of other hunter related issues like conservation, fitness, hunter health, deer herd issues wherever they ...
 
Bri and Scott read a piece of speculative fiction. Then they talk about it. The catch? Bri has never had any hang-ups about the books she reads. Scott has always stayed well away from swords and (space)ships. Until now. Tune in every other Monday for new episodes!
 
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Season 2 of One Man Wolfpack kicks off with a bang, as N.C. State basketball coach Elliott Avent joins Scott Wood to talk through a life lived in Raleigh and what it means to be a member of the Wolfpack family. SUBSCRIBE Twitter Youtube Instagram FOLLOW US! Field of 68 Scott Wood Field of 12 Check The Field of 68's website to see a full breakdown o…
 
Because we believe in letting the brothas say their peace, who better than the hilariously real Roy Wood Jr!?!?! Listen as he gives us insight into ALL the things that have been on his heart and mind! Call 866-HEY-JILL and leave us a message with your comments on this episode! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
ANZ New Zealand has seen a 44 percent profit increase for the year to September. Profit is at $1.92 billion. Home lending by the bank increased by $9.3b to $99b over the year. Liam Dann is the Herald's business editor at large and he joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
More opposition to the Government's plan to confiscate water infrastructure from councils, this time it's Federated Farmers. The industry body has called the mandatory transfer of all the country's water assets to four new entities a "huge call". Andrew Hoggard is president of Federated Farmers, he joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
It's not sustainable. That's the message Act leader David Seymour says he's had from dozens of Auckland businesses he's visited in the city today. He told Heather du Plessis-Allan the main thing they want is some certainty and about when and how it ends. “They don’t understand the traffic light system, they don’t have faith in the transition to it …
 
Southland District Mayor Gary Tong is eyeing up the same job in Invercargill. Tong has held his current mayoralty for three terms - and will run against Invercargill Mayor Tim Shadbolt in next year's local election. Tong says he was concerned about breaking the news to Shadbolt - but the incumbent was 'ever the professional'. Tong told Heather du P…
 
The Covid-19 Response Minister has defended not letting international arrivals in Auckland self-isolate at home. From November 14, MIQ stays for returnees are halving to seven days, followed by about three days of home isolation. There have been calls to let those staying in Auckland solely home quarantine, because of the community outbreak. Chris …
 
It's understood Auckland's light rail project will cost about $10 billion. The Newstalk ZB newsroom understands the Government will unveil details of this tomorrow. Greater Auckland Transport commentator Matt Lowrie told Heather du Plessis-Allan he's hoping for clear answers. “What we don’t know yet, is what that cost is for, there are a couple of …
 
Relief and anger were the dominant emotions in Christchurch today. Relief because the city hasn't been plunged back into lockdown after two new Covid cases were revealed this morning. Locations of interest were only revealed just before three this afternoon, and spread across the city including supermarkets, petrol stations and takeaway shops. But …
 
I wish that I could praise the Government today for delivering wonderful news regarding the MIQ changes and for making rational, science-based, grounded in reality decisions, but I can’t. Yes, credit to them for finally reducing the length of MIQ stays from 14 days to 7 days, followed by 3 days home isolation. That’s welcome. it’ll free up some spa…
 
We still don't have a venue for the next America's Cup, but that doesn't mean there aren't any dramas. A former Team New Zealand director Jim Farmer has told the syndicate he's looking at legal action if Jeddah in Saudi Arabia gets picked as the venue. Hamish Rutherford is the Herald's Wellington business editor and he joined Heather du Plessis-All…
 
Front Row visits Truro to report on the re-opening of the Hall for Cornwall after a 3 year, £26million refurbishment. The new 1300 auditorium complements the granite of the old building, and the Cornish landscape. And the opening show – the world premiere of the Fisherman’s Friends musical, of course.We hear from Matt Hemley, News Editor for The St…
 
The Halloween Special Part II: Britt and Vic bring you their final installment of terrifying tales just in time for Halloween. Pull the covers close and pay no mind to the shadow creeping closer to your bed, we've got scarier things in store for you. 💻 Email the podcast at: shitthatscaresuspod@gmail.com 👀 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
In January of 1995, 17-year-old Lizzette Martinez met Grammy-winning musician and record producer R. KELLY at Aventura Mall in Florida where he was performing. At first, it seemed that her hopes of becoming a professional singer were about to come true when he offered to help boost her career. However, this mentorship quickly turned into sexual gro…
 
In Land of the Giants: The Apple Revolution, Recode’s Peter Kafka explores the company that changed what a computer is — and then changed what a phone is. From its beginnings as a niche personal computer company, Apple became the preeminent maker of consumer tech products, a cultural trendsetter, and the most valuable company in the world. And alon…
 
Mick Tsikas/AAP Resources minister Keith Pitt might have been a “no” when the Nationals debated the government’s climate plan but he was a winner in the deal struck between Scott Morrison and the Coalition’s minor partner. He has been restored to cabinet, just months after Barnaby Joyce relegated him to the outer ministry. The coal industry faces a…
 
It’s one of the most haunting murder cases you’ll ever hear about, and it takes place in a small town in Israel. Tair Rada was only 13-years-old when her body was found inside a locked bathroom stall. She was viciously murdered during a school day, and yet no one saw or heard a thing. The police arrested the janitor, Roman Zadorov, and he eventuall…
 
It was a bombshell announcement from Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta this morning The Government will go ahead with its plans for water reform, and will take power over water off local councils. Instead, four new water bodies will look after drinking, storm and waste water. Councils were promised a right to opt out, but that's now been take…
 
An Auckland businessman and mayoral hopeful has set his own freedom date from lockdown. Leo Molloy says he will re-open his viaduct bar 'HeadQuarters' on December 1, and claims someone must lead the way. The Government has given no firm indication for when Auckland outlets can resume operating. Molloy says under his rules -- patrons will need to sh…
 
Nanaia Mahuta's just pushed the nuclear button on the Three Waters reform and potentially picked herself a big fight. The Minister for Local Government has done exactly as predicted and announced she’s confiscating the water assets of every single council and territorial authority up and down this country She’s had to confiscate the assets, because…
 
Clothing company Designer Wardrobe is closing its stores in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. The buy-sell-rent-businesses Chair is blaming the Government's so-called "unclear" pandemic timeline for the decision. Simon Moutter says if there was certainty stores could reopen in December - they would have kept their physical stores. Moutter told…
 
A hair salon in the Manuwatu is raising money and donating some of its profits to Auckland hair salons. Levin's Patricia Farrow hairdressing and beauty is currently donating 50 percent of every voucher purchased to Auckland salons. And next Saturday, 30 percent of the salon's earnings will go to the cause. Owner, Paula Wyatt joined Heather du Pless…
 
A primary principal is sceptical over Government's hopes for a staged re-entry for younger students. November 15's been pencilled in as a tentative date. The Ministry of Education's now working with the sector on how to make it happen, including possible outdoor learning and a combined in-class and at-home model. South Auckland Primary School princ…
 
There's been fierce backlash today since the Government announced it's ploughing ahead with its Three Waters reform. It will take over control over drinking, storm and waste water, even though the majority of councils have spoken out against the move. Nigel Bowen, mayor of Timaru, Anita Baker, mayor of Porirua and Phil Goff, mayor of Auckland joine…
 
The local film industry is shaken up after the fatal shooting involving Alec Baldwin. Industry guilds say New Zealand safety standards are strong but fatigue, low budgets, and long hours can still present risks to cast and crew members. Thursday's shooting of Rust cinematographer Halyna Hutchins highlighted multiple suspected errors, and the intric…
 
This is the episode where we hear from you! You called, tweeted and sent all kinds of bat signals so now it's time see what y'all are talking about and answer all questions because, We've Got Mail! Call 866-HEY-JILL and leave us a message with your comments on this episode! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Featured Songs: 00:38 - Spafford - 10-21-22 - In the Eyes of Thieves - Neighborhood Theatre - Charlotte, NC 22:14 - Dead & Company - 10-22-21 - Ramble On Rose - Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre - Englewood, CO 32:16 - Dopapod - 10-22-21 - Too Many Puppies - Infinity Music Hall - Hartford, CT* 36:23 - Government Mule - 10-23-21 - Beautifully Broken - Sh…
 
"Incredibly disappointed" police have blasted the behaviour of anti-lockdown hīkoi members who blocked a state highway, risking public safety. A strong police contingent is continuing to monitor a hīkoi involving members of the Sovereign Hīkoi of Truth (SHOT) movement at the Southern Auckland checkpoint border after a police line had to be used to …
 
Joining Audrey for this REELTalk Special Edition - In just 9 months, Biden has succeeded to put the economy in a death spiral and illegally given us open borders and is causing a supply crisis. Where is this headed? We’ll discuss this and more with Major General Paul Vallely… Maj. Gen. PAUL VALLELY is a West Point graduate, a retired Deputy Command…
 
A former TV and radio presenter has backed away from her earlier claim that Mother Earth created an earthquake out of displeasure with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's Covid management plan. Former Breakfast, Good Morning and RNZ presenter Liz Gunn now says she was only using a metaphor. It comes after Ardern had been holding a press conference last…
 
Patricia Lockwood is the latest author to join our Booker Prize Book Groups. Three listeners will ask her about No One Is Talking About This, a novel that’s been described as “ferociously original”, exploring a relationship with the online world and how it changes when an incredibly moving event happens in real life.The Science Museum has come in f…
 
This fall, the town of Hartford sent letters to landowners after receiving complaints about campsites in the woods. They all wrote back that they wanted the campsites taken down. But many people experiencing homelessness say they have nowhere else to go.By Lexi Krupp
 
Built Through Courage | Join bestselling author and entrepreneur Dave Hollis as he shares essential insights on maintaining hope through challenge, moving out of your comfort zone, and recognizing and managing your emotions. Subscribe to the FranklinCovey On Leadership email newsletter and receive weekly videos, tools, articles, and podcasts to hel…
 
Kara and Scott discuss Amazon’s leave system short-changing workers, the impacts of Apple’s privacy changes on Big Tech, and PayPal saying it won’t acquire Pinterest. Also, the Facebook headlines keep coming. Plus, Friend of Pivot Pamela Paul on “100 Things We’ve Lost to the Internet.” You can find Pamela on Twitter at @PamelaPaulNYT. Send us your …
 
As well as Michelle Grattan’s usual interviews with experts and politicians about the news of the day, Politics with Michelle Grattan now includes “Word from The Hill”, where all things political will be discussed with members of The Conversation’s politics team. In this week’s episode, they canvass the government’s plan, released on Tuesday, to ge…
 
Sealord has spoken out publicly for the first time since Foodstuffs North Island cancelled a large chunk of its frozen fish range. The company says it's decreasing products in New World and Pak n Save in the North Island by 50 to 70 percent, reducing the number of products from 24 to between 4 and 11. Sealord's chief executive Doug Paulin told Heat…
 
UK Health Secretary Sajid Javid is "leaning towards" requiring staff in the National Health Service (NHS) to be vaccinated against Covid-19, he said Monday. "Those fantastic people working in the NHS, they are naturally more vulnerable to being exposed to diseases and viruses, and of course that includes Covid," Javid told British broadcaster Sky N…
 
New Zealand's Men’s T20 world cup campaign begins at the somewhat untimely hour of 3am tomorrow morning. The Blackcaps will be playing Pakistan, the first time the two are meeting since the tour of Pakistan was abandoned last month due to a security threat. Former Blackcap Craig Cumming joined Heather du Plessis-Allan. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
We'll find out tomorrow whether Australia's inflation rate is just as hot as New Zealand's. The consumer price index here rose 4.9 percent in the year to September. HSBC's chief economist Paul Bloxham told Heather du Plessis-Allan he is predicting numbers around 3 percent for Australia. “The headline number will track at 3%, and the underlying meas…
 
Those looking to refix their mortgage might be watching nervously as home loan rates keep going up. Kiwibank's chief economist Jarrod Kerr said interest rates have lifted much faster than he expected. Infometrics principal economist Brad Olsen told Heather du Plessis-Allan banks are passing costs on to customers. “Their own costs, they money they a…
 
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