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In 2021, humanity unearthed a strange artefact. Dated to a few millions years ago, it revealed countless logs of a future humanity that was recorded into software that resembled a modern day blockchain. Uncertain of whether the artefact was prophecy, technologists and writers have been decoding the stories hidden within. These are the stories and artefacts of the Logged Universe.
 
Unscripted dialogues on archaeology and anthropology of South Asia. Join us on journeys into the pasts of the sub-continent as we discuss the rich material culture, artifacts, and archaeological sites. Let us open the treasure trove of a bygone era as hosts Akash and Durga chip away at a new theme every episode. New episodes every 1st and 15th of the month :) Stay tuned!
 
An audio cabaret recorded at the legendary Royal Vauxhall Tavern, London, with a live audience. Hosted by Milk Presents’ Leo Skilbeck, there will be onstage glamour and backstage goss, celebrating our ‘perverted’ queer history. Leo will be joined by expert historians to introduce a scandalous artefact from selected queer archives. In each episode a glittering cabaret star will perform a specially created act. Expect words, songs, chat, comedy and campery!
 
Welcome to St. Issey’s Cove, where the sky is blue, the water is bluer, and strange things keep washing up on the shore... THE LOWER LIGHT follows Laurie Caston, curator of the Lighthouse Museum, as he explores the museum’s artefact storage, dredging up stories from the past and trying to navigate a world of hagstones, twisted teeth and ancient entities, crammed into the gaps of what we call civilisation.
 
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Ha'way Man

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Ha'way Man

Rich Speight & Ian Braithwaite

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Two men, occasionally described as grown-ups, and occasionally also as professionals, take an hour to discuss the latest goings on in politics, culture and history from a Mackem(ish) perspective. What's been on their screens, in their ears and, crucially, grinding their gears this week? And what artefact will make it into the Mackem Treasure Trove? With interviews and anecdotes focusing on Sunderland's past, present and future, it's not about actually about the city per se, it's about the Ma ...
 
This podcast's for anyone wanting to explore the big issues, stretching your thinking in relatable ways. Well known personalities, Stuart ‘The Wildman’ Mabbutt and photographer William Mankelow, who aren't experts, but have opinions, authentic views and no scripts. Join them on meandering conversations about nature, philosophy, climate, the human condition, sustainability, and social justice. Sometimes joined by guests, or discussing listener questions between themselves. Always full of fun ...
 
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Yog-Sothoth's Box

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Yog-Sothoth's Box

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Heed not the limits of time and space, for the Ageless Ones know no such place. And man, that slave to light and life, should free himself with edge of knife. Dread C'thulhu longs to embrace, those strong enough to face the face and spill their blood, a fountain red, to satiate the timeless dread. The darkness spreads in search of those whose righteous meddlings did impose upon the Masters a prison cell. Hear these words and mark them well. Mankind's apparent supremacy over all the creatures ...
 
We humans are curious creatures and even with the internet at our fingertips, there are plenty of fascinating things you couldn't possibly find on your own. Each week Thoughty2, known as the gatekeeper of useless facts, is here to bring you a mind-shattering plethora of the world’s most random (yet) interesting facts. Did you know that Pepsi Co once had the world’s sixth-largest military? Or that Sand has a unique sound based on where in the world it comes from? We never said the facts would ...
 
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“Is it reasonable for museums to hold items and collections from around the world when they were potentially obtained in dubious ways? Should they be given back to the cultures who already had them, or are they better used as educational opportunities for the museum visitors?” Stuart 'the rebel rouser' who is NOT the podcast, and William 'the waffl…
 
“Is it better to be a big fish in a small pond or a small fish in a big pond?” Stuart and William once again delve into and explore the above question, in this short episode, which was sent in by listener Ella in Heaton Mersey, Stockport, Greater Manchester, England. Do you have a question you'd like Stuart and William to examine, mull over, explor…
 
Hosts Stuart and William, mark International Day for Biological Diversity in this bonus episode of The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast. As the global community is called to re-examine our relationship to the natural world, one thing is certain: despite all our technological advances, we are completely dependent on healthy and vibr…
 
“How do we increase participation, and resilience, in community food activities? Moving away from emergency responses, to a more long-term view of our societal needs”. Stuart and William embark on good long discussion, a brainstorming session perhaps? Exploring their off the cuff thoughts around the question above, which was set by Helle, in Lincol…
 
How far would you go to get a new pair of cool jeans? Asos? Your local shops? What about another GALAXY? That is potentially exactly what one extraterrestrial did back in 1979 Scotland in what would, surprisingly, become one of the UK's most convincing UFO encounters ever recorded. Time for Rory and Kit to investigate! Support us on Patreon.com/Thi…
 
“What benefits does art provide society? Does art hurt society in any way?” A good philosophical question this, from listener Matthew in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England, which Stuart and William conversate around, as they reflect on exactly what is art. Do you have a question you'd like Stuart and William to examine, mull over, explore, discuss, …
 
Stuart and William once again record in Stuart's back garden, hence the background sounds, with Stuart in your left ear, and William in your right ear, placing you, the listener, at the heart of the conversation. In this episode they conversate, explore, and delve into the question below, which was sent in by our listener Todd in Oxford, England. “…
 
Another Museum Day Special! We continue the tradition of virtually touring museums in South Asia, and bring another museum to you! We tour S. L. Bhatia History of Medicine Museum with Radhika Hegde in this episode. And wait for a surprise at the end of today's episode! How do you view museums? Let us know on our socials @chippinawayind, or send a c…
 
On today's episode, things are getting extra cosy as we're out of the studio and back in Rory's bedroom. This week we're talking about Rory's weird obsession with iPads, Kit's personal experience in a haunted hotel and finally... what the hell happened last night... Listen to the full episode right now on Patreon.com/ThisParanormalLife Buy Official…
 
In this week's episode, we investigate The Crescent Hotel, an incredible resort built in 1886 for the rich and famous... but how did this beautiful building once called “America’s most luxurious hotel” turn into a hospital where many patients never left the building alive? Support us on Patreon.com/ThisParanormalLife to get access to weekly bonus e…
 
“Is greenwashing better than no greenwashing at all?” Stuart and William embark on a relatable conversation, where they aim to break down the big issues, and explore the unknown, and being honest when they don't know something. In this episode they discuss, chew over, and examine the above question, which was set by listener Ella in Heaton Mersey, …
 
"What are the impacts on wildlife from war?" Stuart and William had never even considered before, so settled down to record face to face again, in Stuart's back courtyard garden. Join them as they examine, explore, and delve into the above question, sent in by listener Melikah in Ghana. Do you have a question you'd like Stuart and William to examin…
 
As children we were all warned to 'eat our vegetables', but what if the tables were turned and the vegetables decided to eat us? This was the horrifying reality faced by one man from West Virginia in 1968. Time for Kit and Rory to investigate one of the strangest tales in This Paranormal Life history - The Vegetable Man. Support us on Patreon.com/T…
 
”In the UK, we’re totally obsessed with home and property ownership, we’ll, that's my personal perspective. If someone buys a house next to a river, or on the coast, and experiences increasing levels of floods or erosion of that coast, devaluing or even threatening the existence of their property. Is it ever fair to blame others for their situation…
 
“Can communities succeed against climate change, whether its man made or not?” Stuart and William once again commence with on a long meandering conversation, where they examine, mull over, and digest the above question from listener Carol from Hayle in Cornwall, England. During this installment, Stuart mentioned a cargo bike scheme in Manchester, E…
 
On the occasion of World Heritage Day (18th April), we take a look at what heritage is, what it consists of, and why it is relevant. We dive into the various types of heritage and why we ought to do our best to protect and preserve it! Join us in the discussion on Instagram and Twitter @chippinawayind And support us on ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/chip…
 
Warning - there's a LOT of swearing in this one, so if there are sensitive little ears present, maybe save it till later... We recorded this on the 10th of April as Scott Morrison called the election. It's another short one as Inger was already deep in campaigning for the Greens, We did manage to cover a lot of ground though (actually, it's not tha…
 
In this episode of Climate Talks, Associate Professor Jonas Fritsch focuses on the emotional and affective technological aspects of the climate emergency. Living in ‘catastrophic times’ Jonas explains, is also an opportunity to develop new relationships to the world round us, to develop new ecological sensibilities.…
 
This week, we investigate an ancient Greek legend that tells the story of a half-man-half-bull, CURSED to wander a giant hidden maze, killing all those who enter. This mythical creature is known as the Minotaur and was a popular part of Greek mythology... but could there be some truth behind the story? What if the rumours of this creature were base…
 
“If you could become immortal on the condition you would NEVER be able to die or kill yourself, would you choose immortality?” Stuart and William once again embark on another deliberation, which includes a decent amount of humour, as they delve into, and investigate a question from listener Freddie in Amersham, Buckinghamshire, England. During this…
 
Hosts Stuart and William, mark World Earth Day in this bonus episode of The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast. Earth Day is an annual event on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First held on April 22, 1970, it now includes a wide range of events. You can find out more by following this link; https://www.e…
 
What do earthquakes, tsunamis, the Cuban US embassy attack, and mind control all have in common? They were all caused by a nefarious military machine called HAARP. Allegedly. There is no end to the list of global conspiracies supposedly caused by HAARP, but is there any truth behind the stories? Or are they just a product of the internet’s imaginat…
 
“What are your views on statues of colonialists, and other figures from our collective pasts?” In this iteration of the podcast, Stuart and William delve into, discuss, and philosophise around a question from listener Todd in Oxford, England. Do you have a question you'd like Stuart and William to examine, mull over, explore, discuss, delve into or…
 
Stuart and William record face to face again as they discuss, investigate, and explore the below question from listener Eddie in Dover, Kent, England. “How do we protect the planet?” Do you have a question you'd like Stuart and William to examine, mull over, explore, discuss, delve into or debate? Send us an email thepeoplescountryside@gmail.com wi…
 
We continue with our discussion on the application of Queer theory in archaeology with Scott Coleman. We look at various practical examples, such as investigating gender and gender roles, the presence and role of children and even Roman roads! Join us in the discussion on Instagram and Twitter @chippinawayind And support us on ko-fi: https://ko-fi.…
 
Stuart and William were once again out and about with a promotional stall for this podcast, this time at the Wolvercote Young People’s Club Easter Fair, which happened on the 10th April. Making new connections, building on current ones and resurrecting some relationships that had gone off the boil somewhat. They recorded this piece during the set u…
 
The London Underground is the oldest subterranean railway in the WORLD, so you can imagine since its creation it's been home many paranormal sightings. Tracks have been built on top of plague pits, 'ghost stations' lay abandoned underground and there's even stories of a bizarre, experimental railway that KILLED the few passengers who managed to rid…
 
“What does it mean to live a good life?” Stuart and William embark on quite a deep philosophical discussion, that was sparked by what was, on the surface of it, quite a simple question, which was sent in by listener Don in Weymouth, Dorset, England. Do you have a question you'd like Stuart and William to examine, mull over, explore, discuss, delve …
 
"Is the aviation industry truly doing as much as it can to change and make itself more sustainable?” Stuart and William were once again able to record face to face, with Stuart in your left ear, and William in your right, as they want you to feel included and a central part of this conversation. Right off the bat there is a lot of silliness and hum…
 
We've been busy, but you know - in a good way. Inger and Jason are both exhausterated - both exhausted and exhilarated at the same time. Sort of like how you feel after a good workout. Jason has started his new job at Latrobe, where he has an office above the pub and #awesometeam. Meanwhile Inger has a huge face to face teaching thing after 2 years…
 
For an actor in 2022, getting cast as a comic book superhero is a fast-track to international celebrity and a life of luxury, but throughout history that wasn't always the case. Getting cast as DC Comic's Superman could have deadly and tragic consequences. Are the mysterious effects of working on Superman movies pure chance? Or does Superman's hist…
 
“We need nature and nature needs us, please cover this in an episode”. Stuart and William commence with quite an in depth, and times philosophical discussion, around the theme of the above question, sent in by listener Nikolai in Redcar, North Yorkshire, England. Do you have a question you'd like Stuart and William to examine, mull over, explore, d…
 
In the very far future, Diana comes to terms with her new reality after an adventure through humanity's memorial. Production: Untitled Frontier (https://twitter.com/un_frontier) Writer: Vanessa Rosa (https://twitter.com/va2rosa) Voice Actors: Alexa Elmy & Jill Rolls Cover Image: Vanessa Rosa (https://twitter.com/va2rosa) Additional help from Gene K…
 
“Crop spraying. A necessity in modern times vs an unnatural method of growing the nation's food?” A good, in depth exchange, between your hosts Stuart and William, which was sparked by the above question from Hedley in Didcot, Oxfordshire, England. Do you have a question you'd like Stuart and William to examine, mull over, explore, discuss, delve i…
 
Stuart and William were once again at the East Oxford Farmers' and Community Market with a stall last weekend, and while there they recorded some out and about material. In this short bonus/trailer item they both discuss what else they do, outside of the podcast. Do you have a question you'd like Stuart and William to examine, mull over, explore, d…
 
Stuart and William were once again at the East Oxford Farmers' and Community Market with a stall last Saturday, whilst there they recorded some out and about material. In this short bonus/trailer piece, they discuss an observation of a passerby at the market, who asked if they do a podcast, because their every conversation they have sounds like a p…
 
Stuart and William, at the weekend, were once again at the East Oxford Farmers' and Community Market, with a stall, while there they recorded some out and about material. In this short trailer, they talk about the release schedule of the podcast, and when you can expect new episodes to be released. Do you have a question you'd like Stuart and Willi…
 
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