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    May 25 2020

  • Catholic Answers Live / #9597 St. Joan of Arc - Christopher Check

    Mark Twain called her the greatest person in human history. He was close. We discuss the incomparable Joan with Chris Check. …

  • Astronomy Cast / 571: Extreme Binaries

    Streamed live on May 22, 2020. So we're familiar with regular binary stars. Two stars orbiting each other. Simple. Of course the Universe has come up with every combination of things orbiting other things, and this week we look at some extreme examples.

  • This Morning With Gordon Deal / This Morning with Gordon Deal May 25, 2020

    Memorial Day - Coronavirus deepens millennials' feeling they can't get a break, how to combat coronavirus burnout, and how groups plan to pay tribute during pandemic.

  • BBC Minute / 19:00 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

  • Monday Morning Podcast / Monday Morning Podcast 5-25-20

    Bill rambles about beach goers, Sharknado movies, and putting stuff to bed.

  • Learn German | GermanPod101.com / Video - German Words of the Week #3 - Computer Words

    Get ALL of these Video Lessons at GermanPod101.com! Sign up for a Free Lifetime Account!

  • The Archers / 25/05/2020

    David reflects on life at Brookfield during lockdown and Josh considers his place in the family.

  • TechStuff / One Stuff of Iron, The Other of Steel

    What makes iron different from steel? How are they made? In this episode, we explore the history of iron and steel. It's heavy metal! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

  • The Last Word with Matt Cooper / What To Know For Your Pets As Temperatures Set To Hit 25 Degrees

    Ireland’s largest dog welfare charity, Dogs Trust is warning the public of the serious dangers hotter weather can have for dogs. Did you know that freezing some of your dog’s favourite toys in water or making a dog friendly ice-pop with frozen treats inside will encourage them to lick the ice and help keep your pooch hydrated!

  • My Brother, My Brother And Me / MBMBaM 512: The Jabberjaw Affair

    When observing this episode from the future, it should serve as a pretty good benchmark for where we’re at, mentally speaking, mid-quarantine. Y’all, we spend a CHUNK of time talking about a cool blanket we had growing up. A BIG chunk.Suggested talking points: Scoob Fever, Choice Bee Cuts, Mono Lisa, Powerful Tiger Blankets, Swordproof Hippo, 3rd Grade Plagiarism

  • hr2 Der Tag / Kinder, Kücher, Konferenzen – wie Corona den Frauen schadet

    Am besten zuhause bleiben! Heute ist das eine zeitgemäße Empfehlung, um die Ausbreitung von Corona zu verhindern. Vorher war es eine reaktionäre Forderung an Frauen. Und in der Krise verschwimmt beides: Wenn Frauen zuhause bleiben, verringert sich die Ansteckungsgefahr vielleicht, es steigt aber offensichtlich die Gefahr, dass sie sich in traditionellen Rollen wiederfinden. Die Kinder sind ja auch zuhause - und in den meisten Fällen kümmern sich Frauen um sie. Ganz egal ob sie außerdem noch im H...more

  • KQED's Forum / Rebroadcast: Artificial Intelligence Rules the World in Gish Jen’s ‘The Resisters’

    In her latest novel, “The Resisters,” Gish Jen creates a futuristic world where machines use artificial intelligence to control, track, and predict human behavior. In it, a baseball prodigy navigates a society that puts people in strict categories and functions. Machines do most of the jobs, which turns employment into a luxury. Those with jobs live on high ground that has not been flooded while the jobless live on 3-D printed houseboats. Jen joins us to discuss how she crafted a distant —...more

  • Mark Driscoll Audio / Good News #5 - What will Sabbath rest be like in Heaven?

    Using Hebrews 4 as a backdrop, Pastor Mark shares how rest was in God’s original plan and that healthy rhythms of work and rest can be practiced on this earth but will also prepare us for Heaven.

  • Skip and Shannon: Undisputed / Best Of (Could Kyler Win MVP?, Is LeBron the GOAT?, Brady vs. Rodgers, Most Improved NFL Teams)

    00:00 Could Kyler Murray win MVP this season?15:59 Do his shooting efficiency and first-round playoff stats make LeBron the GOAT?33:23 Who will have the better season: Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers?44:40 Did Tom Brady make Tampa Bay the most improved team this offseason?

  • Costing the Earth / Flooding Britain

    What's the best way to prevent flooding? Caz Graham finds out whether there might be environmental alternatives to building ever-higher flood defences. She talks to a campaign group in Kendal in Cumbria, where there are multi-million pound plans to build flood barriers through the town centre, and asks the Environment Agency whether there could be more imaginative alternatives. Is Natural Flood Management the answer? Caz talks to academics and experts to find out what new solutions there might b...more

  • The Bitcoin Podcast Network / The Bitcoin Podcast #310- Jessica Angel Crypto Artist

    Our Guest Links:Website-Jessica Angel Arts Website- Art ProjectTwitter- ArtProjectD Twitter-Cryptoartsy Telegram- ArtProject CommunityEmail- Jessica AngelArt+Blockchain Marketplaces And Learning Places:SuperrrareMakers PlaceKnown OriginCrypto Art SchoolJason Bailey-ArtnomeBooksKarl Schroeder- Stealing WorldsThe Bitcoin Podcast NetworkSlackDonate!Discuss

  • Soundcheck / Filmmaker Alex Gibney: 'Sinatra Grew Up With America' (From the Archives)

    Ol' Blue Eyes. The Chairman of the Board. Frank Sinatra has been called a lot of things—not all of them flattering—but there's no denying his stature as a true American icon.  Oscar-winning documentarian Alex Gibney turns his lens on the singer for the film, which came out in 2015, in time for the singer's 100th birthday. Sinatra: All Or Nothing At All chronicles the unlikely rise of the kid from Hoboken, through his peerless celebrity years, and centers around Sinatra's 1971 "Retirement Concert...more

  • Dan Snow's History Hit / The Miracle of Dunkirk

    80 years ago, ships were gathering in Kent to begin the rescue of the British Expeditionary Force. Britain faced the prospect of the worst defeat in British military history and the loss of her entire military forces in Western Europe. Churchill called it "a colossal military disaster", admitting "the whole root and core and brain of the British Army" seemed to perish. The subsequent evacuation is one of the most famous stories to emerge from the Second World War. Joshua Levine worked as the His...more

  • The Takeaway / The Military's Role During COVID-19 2020-05-25

    The Military's Role During COVID-19 Can the Department of Defense effectively battle a virus while maintaining U.S combat capabilities?  How We Remember Those We've Lost The Takeaway, along with Death, Sex & Money, asked for listener memories and stories about the people they’ve lost during the COVID-19 crisis. The Art of the Obituary in the Age of COVID-19 In the absence of traditional mourning rituals like funerals, the obituary pages are becoming a communal space for us to grieve together...more

  • ESPN FC / Gab and Juls: Can Dortmund Dethrone Bayern?

    The guys discuss the next steps for La Liga, Serie A and the Premier League's return. Plus, Jan Aage Fjortoft helps preview Tuesday's clash between Dortmund and Bayern.

  • The Art of Manliness / #613: How Soldiers Die in Battle

    War is about many things: glory, violence, courage, destruction. But at its heart is death. Each side in a conflict tries to kill as many of the enemy as possible, while avoiding being killed themselves. The way these deaths have played out over thousands of years of warfare has changed not simply based on the way martial technology has changed, but also on the way that the psychological and cultural pressures that have led societies and individual men to fight have changed.  My guest tod...more

  • Marketplace All-in-One / Name game has become a name odyssey for new companies

    The oil market is starting to show the effects of pandemic lockdowns lifting across the country. Teenage unemployment has soared to its highest rate in decades because the pandemic has vaporized some of the summer job market. Starting a business is hard enough during a pandemic, and one of the most significant hurdles is finding a name no one’s taken yet.

  • The Partially Examined Life / Ep. 244: Camus on Strategies for Facing Plague (Part One)

    On Albert Camus' existentialist novel The Plague. How shall we face adversity? Camus gives us colorful characters that embody various approaches. Yes, the plague is an extreme situation, but we're all dying all the time anyway, right? Join Mark, Wes, Dylan and Seth to tease out Camus' positions from this bleak yet colorful text. Don't wait for part two; get the unbroken Citizen Edition now. Please support PEL!

  • The World of Phil Hendrie / Episode #1727 The New Phil Hendrie Show

    The Phil Hendrie Show presents a very special event ... a Meeting of the Minds - Dr Ed Elcott of ELCOTT The Next Step with Kenny Slag and the Principles of Abundance in the 21st Century. Sign up for a Backstage Pass and enjoy a 30,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, Classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, Saturday Cinema, Friday night chat, and oh so very much more… Sign up now at PhilHendrieShow.com!

  • The Second Captains Podcast / Ep 1775: Smallfolk And Sovereigns, "On This Day" Week - 25/05/20

    Another pandemic football pod - the Bundesliga continues, American sports media turns its attention to Saipan, for the most part we keep going in search of lost time. As Spain continues its staged lifting of lockdown, we discuss Pepe Reina's approval of the self-styled freedom fighting patriots in Madrid, and Jean Michel Aulas' disbelief at the hasty actions of the French government in cancelling Ligue 1. Jonathan Wilson and Miguel Delaney join us to talk about trips to Barnard Castle, th...more

  • Relic Radio Sci-Fi (old time radio) / Strange Passenger by CBS Radio Mystery Theater

    https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/SciFi621.mp3 We’ll hear from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater on Relic Radio Science Fiction this week. Here’s their story Strange Passenger, which originally aired April 15, 1976. Download SciFi621

  • Global News Podcast / Japan lifts Covid-19 State of Emergency

    Japan's Prime Minister ends Tokyo's seven-week long coronavirus state of emergency; A German pensioner wins a landmark court case against the carmaker Volkswagen, and a very special guitar goes on sale

  • Young, Black & Opinionated / Ep. 166, "Stormy Weather"

    Ep. 166, "Stormy Weather" by Young, Black & Opinionated

  • The Accidental Creative / The Hero Myth

    If I had to choose one gift to impart upon every person I meet – one master key that unlocks their potential – it would be bravery. We need radical bravery in our workplaces, our schools, our neighborhoods, and – God help us – in our politics. If more people committed to making brave choices daily, we would see stronger, more effective teams, less corruption, less unhealthy conflict, and more progress on the societal issues that truly matter. Organizations need lea...more

  • Football Ramble Daily / The Ramble: Bad defending in Germany, Premier League training and Djibril Cisse’s mathematical mission

    The Bundesliga continues to deliver, with positive results for all of our beloved teams - Borussia Dortmund, Hertha Berlin, Bayer Leverkusen and FC Koln - as well as big wins for Bayern Munich and RB Leipzig. Such merciful release. Back in rumourland Mauricio Pochettino is making it clear that he’d be happy to manage in the Premier League again and those Rafa Benitez to Newcastle rumours just aren’t going away. Elsewhere we saw many pleasing examples of footballers with lockdown hair, ...more

  • Recession-Proof Startups - Mixergy / #1936 How Aaron Marino built a $25M online personality (Starting with a YouTube Channel)

    I try hard. I try hard all the freaking time. But joining me today is a guy who’s not trying all that hard and the guy is killing it. His name is Aaron Marino and the whole thing started out for him with a YouTube channel. It’s called Alpha M and he covers life, style, grooming, and fitness. There’s a long list of businesses. I want to find out how he did it. Aaron Marino is the founder of Pete and Pedro, a mens grooming line. Sponsored byHostGator – Ready to take your w...more

  • Storynory - Stories for Kids / Herodotus: The Sacred Animals of Ancient Egypt

    Herodotus tells us that ancient Egyptians worshiped cows and bulls. How and why did they do that? Bertie investigates...Support the show.

  • RTÉ - Liveline / Covid-19: Funerals/Social Distancing/Businesses

    Should Covid restrictions at funerals be relaxed? Some callers, who are recently bereaved, think they should. - Terry was given a HSE leaflet which seems to contradict the 2 metre social distancing rule. - Some hairdressers and beauticians are unsure about bringing forward the date for reopening.

  • Monocle 24: The Briefing / Monday 25 May

    Why has UK PM Boris Johnson refused to sack a top aide who travelled during lockdown? Plus: we ask whether it’s safe for children to return to schools, have the latest from Japan and bring you the week’s positive news stories.

  • Brian Houston Podcast / Passions Best Friend Part 1

    Brian Houston is the Senior Pastor of Hillsong Church. Our hope and prayer is that you'll be encouraged, blessed and inspired through these free podcasts. You can find more information and other resources by Pastor Brian at brianchouston.com

  • The Official BNI Podcast / Special Episode 4: Thoughts About Our Transition

    Dr. Misner returns with a new Special Episode to address BNI's plan for transitioning back to holding in-person meetings.

  • The Productivity Show / How We Improved Our Lives and Work With Journaling – And You Can Too (TPS301)

    Do you find yourself with scattered thoughts, not sure what to work on at the start of your day, or do you go to bed with thoughts, tasks, and ideas swirling around in your head?One of the most underrated but powerful productivity techniques is to journal. It’s something that anyone can do, and it is so easy to get started.However, there is a difference between just jotting down thoughts and journaling to really improve your productivity — and that is what we are going to help you within this ep...more