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    Jun 24 2018

  • #47: Cumming to America

    Alan Cumming, who starred as the emcee in the Broadway classic "Cabaret," returns to the stage with a cabaret act called "Legal Immigrant." It's running this month at Cafe Carlyle and Joe's Pub. Patti O'Furniture hosts a weekly drag show at PT's 1109, a gay bar in Columbia, South Carolina. Lewis Wallace is a radio producer and magazine editor. Note: We recorded our conversation with Alan Cumming in May, before the situation on the border escalated. Support our work! Become a Nancy member today a...more

  • NPR News: 06-24-2018 11AM ET

    NPR News: 06-24-2018 11AM ET

  • TBP #210 - Felipe Sant Ana

    Hey, it's another episode. This week Cello gets fired up about the #Buidl hashtag and questions why price is a 'distraction'. Corey and Dee think the price IS a distraction, so we bunt heads. Or is it butt heads? I just Googled it, and it turns out the proper term is head bunting. Which most of us have been mistakenly referring to as head butting, is a way for cats to exchange scents so that everyone in their environment—their colony—smells the same. Interesting. Special guest all the way from B...more

  • Which Fictional Teen Would Do Well in the Hunger Games? (Live!)

    In which our heroes ask the hard hitting question; Which Fictional Teen Would Do Well in the Hunger Games? Live from Eureka Hotel Melbourne!Join our brand new facebook group here; Check out our upcoming lives shows right here; Theme music by the wonderfully talented Benny Davis! You can find all his stuff at his website or check out his YouTube to help support ...more

  • 13:00 GMT

    Drop into BBC Minute every half an hour, 24/7, for the biggest news, sport, technology, health, science, social media and business stories; all in 60 seconds

  • Marinella Senatore, Jim Broadbent, Ryuichi Sakamoto and Stephen Nomura Schible

    Visual artist Marinella Senatore discusses her project ‘The London Procession’, part of the upcoming Art Night event this July in the city. We also hear from actor Jim Broadbent about his new graphic novel written with artist Dix, ‘Dull Margaret’, and welcome back composer Ryuichi Sakamoto along with filmmaker Stephen Nomura Schible to hear about their new documentary on musicians’ lives: ‘Coda’.

  • Sunday Special Ep 7: Jason Whitlock

    Former ESPN sportswriter Jason Whitlock weighs in on the NFL kneeling debate, police brutality, and single motherhood as he rejects victimhood culture on this episode of The Sunday Special! Date: 06-24-2018

  • Martina Cole

    Martina Cole is a British crime writer, known to her fans as the Queen of Crime. Martina has written 24 novels, 15 of which have topped the original fiction sales charts - more than any other author. She has sold more than 16 million books around the world, and her work has been translated into 29 languages. She also works in prisons, leading reading schemes and writing workshops for prisoners. Martina grew up in Essex, the youngest of five children born to Irish parents. She was expelled fro...more

  • Fallo de sistema - La puerta de los tres cerrojos - 24/06/18

    Activar tu sentido de la maravilla desde el rigor de la ciencia y apelando a la imaginación es posible siempre que te atrevas a abrir  La puerta de los tres cerrojos de Sonia Fernández Vidal. Escritora y física experta en física cuántica, Sonia Fernández sube a la Nabuconodosor con su novela y compuesta como una trilogía esperando su última entrega que nos sumerge en el otro mundo de la física cuántica a...more

  • Verdammt: Don’t write off the Germans, respect Sweden and get ready for England…

    Germany are back and almost certainly invincible again. We knew it couldn’t last. You have to respect it though. Damn it you have to respect it. Mexico also kept their Group F party going, having harnessed the power of red meat, and Belgium revealed that Tunisia aren’t that good after all.Elsewhere Matthew Kelly is the latest figure to get an inexplicable mention, the Argentina team picks itself, literally, and Senegal delight us with a joyous warm up exercise. This show is sponsored by bet...more

  • #540 - Weekly Recap: World Domination Arrives in Portland, Oregon

    In our twenty-fifth recap of Season II, we'll highlight the lessons learned in this week. Also: listener Q&A! Side Hustle School features a new story EVERY DAY of someone who started a hustle without quitting their job. You’ll learn how they got the idea, how they overcame challenges along the way, and what the results are.  Share: #SideHustleSchoolShow notes: SideHustleSchool.comTwitter: @chrisguillebeauInstagram: @193countriesLearn more about your ad choices. Visit

  • How Does a Music Supervisor Work?

    If you really love the music in a film from the last 25 years, there’s a good chance Randall Poster was responsible for that. This week, Jordan speaks to the veteran music supervisor who has worked with Wes Anderson, Martin Scorsese, Richard Linklater, Harmony Korine and plenty of other directors you love. Randall tells about collaborating with some of the world’s best auteurs, hunting down obscure recordings in India, and delicately convincing directors that, sometimes, their favorite song...more

  • 251 The End of Days

    In 1546, Gardiner and the religious conservatives moved their sights from Cranmer, to the new darling of the evangelical cause - the Queen. Getting evidence from Anne Askew was the key - and they would stop at nothing to get it.

  • Guilty or not guilty

    Second in a two-part series on Indian philosophy. Buddhism teaches that the self is an illusion—so what do we do with self-conscious emotions like guilt and shame, which can put useful brakes on ethical misconduct? If there’s no self to be ashamed of, how should we understand the emotion? The answer lies in an ancient series of Indian Buddhist texts: the Abhidharma.

  • 268: Keith Smith | Robert Williams Falling to the Celtics is the STEAL of the 2018 NBA Draft

    Keith Smith covers the NBA for RealGM and the Celtics for Celtics Blog. Twitter: @KeithSmithNBA   11:25 Should the Celtics have moved up in the 2018 Draft?   19:50 Williams needs to buy in IMMEDIATELY   26:31 Future of Aron Baynes in Boston   37:41 Quality depth important to the Celtics   Available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Sunday, June 24 2018. Celtics Beat is powered by HIMS and Simple Contacts 

  • LL 080: How to Become a Digital Nomad w/ TJ Lee

    Want to work from your laptop in a different country every month? It’s not always as glamorous as it sounds, but it’s the incredibly fulfilling life TJ Lee created for herself in 2016. A digital nomad and solo female traveler, TJ shares her adventures and authenticity from around the world on her YouTube channel CupofTJ. Aileen and TJ chat about what it’s like to sell everything and leave home to pursue your dreams, why being a digital nomad is actually hard and consistent work, and how to mak...more

  • Positive psychology—with Martin Seligman

    During the 1960s the field of psychology focussed on the science of how past trauma creates present symptoms, and how to reduce people’s misery. Professor Martin Seligman wanted to change that focus. He’s become known as the Father of Positive Psychology, and he’s had a profound influence worldwide. In Part 1 of our 2 programs with Martin Seligman, hear him address an exclusive audience in Australia on happiness and human flourishing.

  • +1: #445 Sentence Completions

    Nathaniel Branden was a fascinating guy. As a teenager he wrote a fan letter to Ayn Rand—which she ignored. Then he wrote another letter a little later which led to an intimate relationship and collaboration.    We’ll save the details of that relationship for another discussion. For now, let’s look at some wisdom from The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem where Nathaniel tells us about a little self-awareness exercise called “sentence completion.”   Here’s how he puts it: “Sentence-completion ...more

  • “I vote. Do u?” (LIVE from Nashville)

    Trump has no plan to reunite the children he separated from their parents, Republicans in Congress struggle to pass an immigration bill, and Democrats announce a new plan to mobilize young people, Africans Americans, Latinos, and other voters who don’t always turn out for midterm elections. Then Stephanie Teatro talks to Dan and Symone Sanders about her work as the co-director of the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition. 

  • Rejoice Daily Knowing Your Sins Are Forgiven!

    Do you want peace in your conscience and joy in your heart every day? Then it's time to stop being sin-conscious and start being forgiveness-conscious! Join Joseph Prince in this inspiring message as he shows you from the Word why there is such a righteous and solid foundation for your total forgiveness. You will be amazed as you discover how a perfect and spotless conscience is yours because of Jesus' finished work at the cross. Listen to this foundational message and rejoice daily knowing that...more

  • Spring 2018 Anime Review Part 1

    With the upcoming Summer season, the hosts of the Otaku Spirit Animecast tackle the wrapping up shows of the Spring Season. Laughs, tears, and nostalgia glasses are all on the plate! Anime Reviewed in this Episode: Hinamatsuri, Lostorage Conflated WIXOSS, Comic Girls, Umamusume: Pretty Derby, Real Girl, Magical Girl Site, Record of Grancrest War, and Cardcaptor Sakura Clear Card Arc. The opening song for this episode is the OP for Hinamatsuri called “Distance” by Rie Murakawa. The closing song...more

  • 222: New Joker Movies, Wonder Woman 2, Aquaman

    Kevin and Marc are back at it live from Scum & Villainy in Hollywood sharing the latest from their lives, the news, and another fantastic Q & A with the audience at the end of the show.

  • Twitter: @BatchelorShow "Double Cross: 2 of 2: The True Story of the D-Day Spies" by Ben Macintyre

    AUTHOR. (Photo:Pas de Calais, Speidel, Lang, Rommel Info non-talk.svg Archive description  Description provided by the archive when the original description is incomplete or wrong. You can help by reporting errors and typos at Commons:Bundesarchiv/Error reports. Frankreich, Pas de Calais (K.V.A. C).- Generalfeldmarschall Rommel bei einer Inspektion des Atlantikwalls; v.l. Generalleutnant Hans Speidel, Hauptmann Lang, Generalfeldmarschall Erwin Rommel mit Karte; PK KBZ OB West Depicted peopl...more

  • Roshi Joan Halifax

    Roshi Joan Halifax is an abbot at the Upaya Zen Center is Santa Fe.  She's also a peace worker, an activist, an author, and a personal inspiration. Her book "Standing At The Edge: Finding Freedom Where Fear And Courage Meet" is an exploration of the way that states like altruism, empathy, integrity, respect, and engagement can actually transform into violence and selfishness if we aren't careful and precise.

  • Trusting Yourself

    Be guided in a visualization to trust yourself. Trusting yourself begins by removing the mask that conceals your authentic self. This is part 1 of a 7 part series on Trusting Yourself, episodes 1480-1486. Each episode in this week's series will help you begin the process of trusting yourself. For access to over 1,500 fully guided meditations head over to the brand new sip and om app. Select from over 200 series to fit your mood with a Journal and a Slow Down Guide customized for each series. Bra...more

  • Dressed for Battle – Part 4

    A 15-minute teaching applying practical principles from God's Word to everyday life.

  • Unity & Diversity in the Body of Christ

    For the past few decades, many contemporary churches have learned to scratch us where we itch. Like hip-hop music? Try this new hip-hop church. Prefer country music? Try this cowboy church instead. But in the quest for relevance, have churches of this kind ended up dividing the body of Christ in unhealthy ways? Are they fulfilling the Great Commission or creating homogenous silos filled with like-minded people of roughly the same age, political persuasion, and demographic profile? Michael Horton...more

  • NoSleep Podcast S11E04

    It's episode 04 of Season 11. On this week's show we have five tales about fellows, both friendly and fiendish."Mimicry"† written by S.H. Cooper and performed by Nichole Goodnight & Dan Zappulla & Jessica McEvoy. (Story starts around 00:04:30)"Mister Clacky-Teeth"‡ written by Lindsay Moore and performed by Jessica McEvoy & Addison Peacock & Armen Taylor & Kyle Akers & Nikolle Doolin & Dan Zappulla & Erika Sanderson & Atticus Jackson. (Story...more

  • Doors Closing! Life As A CTA Rail Operator

    Long hours, fatigue, and boredom can be hazards of the job. But former rail operators say there’s a lot to love about driving an 'L' train.

  • Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy: 1499

    Good news for MacBook keyboards and data privacy, registering Windows 10 on a Mac with Parallels, soundbars with Dolby Atmos, first impressions of the Huawei P20 Pro, the right Chromebook for school, hooking up two monitors to a MacBook and more of your calls! Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Scott Wilkinson, Johnny Jet, and Dick DeBartolo Download or subscribe to this show at For detailed show notes, visit Bandwidth for The Tech Guy podcas...more

  • Knowing You Are Loved - Joel Osteen

    A lot of people live with a—I think He loves me—mentality when it comes to God's love for them, thinking His love is based on their performance. But God is not like people. People may love you conditionally, but God's love for you is unconditional. You don't have to earn God's love; He loves you just the way you are. There is no mistake great enough to cancel out God’s amazing love and His plans for your life.Let this message teach you about God’s amazing love for you. When you know God loves y...more

  • Alternative forms of body disposal

    Interesting alternatives to current burial practices include freeze-drying and shattering a corpse; and dissolving bodies in purpose-built alkaline washing-machines.

  • Pilots of the Caribbean - Peter Devitt

    Dan talks to Peter Devitt from the RAF Museum about the the RAF pilots from the Caribbean who fought in the Second World War, and what some of them found when they came back to Britain later. For more history interviews and documentaries, subscribe to HistoryHit.TV.Producer: Natt TapleyAudio: Pete Dennis

  • Ep. 254 - Sen. Marco Rubio

    Senator Marco Rubio, the son of Cuban immigrants, joins David for the Axe Files on CNN to discuss the ongoing battle at the border, the Trump administration’s zero tolerance policy, the Mueller investigation, and Republicans’ relationship with the President.

  • Saudi Arabia Lifts Its Ban On Women Drivers

    Another step in the sweeping changes in Saudi Arabia. Also: Tens of thousands march in London over Brexit and final rallies before elections in Turkey.

  • Saved blushes and a massive rampart

    Jimbo is joined in the pod by Tom Williams and Matts Stanger and Scott and Rafa Honigstein in Russia to relive the drama of Germany’s last-gasp victory over Sweden to keep their campaign alive. Plus, Anton Toloui in Nizhny Novgorod ahead of England v Panama; and Argentina continue to unravel. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1a: Sweden 1 - 2 Germany - wow! (01m 10s) • PART 1b: …and the word from Rafa Honigstein (11m 30s)   • PART 2a: Mexico 2 - 1 South Korea (18m 20s) • PART 2b: Belgium 5 - 2 Tunisia ...more

  • Germany leave it late, Mexico wait and Belgium run riot – World Cup Football Daily

    Max and co discuss day 10 of the 2018 World Cup, Germany’s Houdini act, John Guidetti’s presence of mind, Belgium’s five-star performance, Lukaku’s significant tournament and Hernán Darío Gómez If you think this podcast is worth something, then you can support The Guardian from as little as £1. It only takes a minute - go to

  • Rivals challenge Erdogan’s iron grip on eve of Turkey’s election

    Even though Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan has acquired a fervent voter base since he became prime minister in 2003 and then president in 2014, opponents ahead of the election on Sunday are proving that his victory is no longer a…