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The yesterday and today podcast is a fan-made, not for profit, just for fun compilation of chronological source materials as they pertain to the Beatles. This show is in no way affiliated with Apple Corps, nor any organization connected to John, Paul, George or Ringo in any way... though we do consider ourselves premiere members of the Bungalow Bill fun club. So kick back, turn off your mind, relax and download the stream...we hope you will enjoy the show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy a ...
 
Ian Whitcomb is an entertainer, singer, songwriter, author, record producer and actor. As part of the British Invasion, his hit song “You Turn Me On” reached number 8 on Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1965. He has written several books on popular music, beginning with After the Ball in 1972. He accompanies his singing by playing the ukulele and, through his records, concerts, and film work, has helped to stimulate the current revival of interest in the instrument. He can be found at ianwhitcomb. ...
 
Your go to place for nerdism, news & nonsense! No topic is safe or considered too taboo. We like to complain about recent news, crazy pop culture and bad movies and geek culture and sometimes sports. The laughs are high, the execution is low and the quality of jokes are questionable, at best. Please don’t tell our parents…
 
Join us for our online radio shows about early rock and roll and the Beatles. The shows will last around 10 minutes so you can get your music and Fab Four fixes in no time! The "Mod and Rocker Show" takes you to early British and other countries songs and their origins, and "Fab Four in Ten Show" satisfies your Beatle craving. Remember there is a story in every song and a song in every story.
 
Robert Miller is a musician who followed his youthful music dream later in life and became a Rock Star in his 60s! In just 6+ years Robert and his band, Project Grand Slam, have released 11 celebrated albums including a Billboard #1, have over 5 million video views, more than a million streams, played festivals and concerts around the world, and shared the stage with Edgar Winter, Blues Traveler, Boney James and Mindi Abair. Robert is living proof that you’re never too old, and it’s never to ...
 
Bringing you a cinematic and musical feast… Laced with perspectives on style, technique, history & popularity-via conversation, banter, interviews, audio clips & social commentary. From Film horror, to deranged cinematic youth, Italian Mysteries, The legend of Faust, film adaptations of Broadway, World Wars, Neo Realism, & so much more!
 
From the Norman Invasion to the War of Independence, the Irish History Podcast brings you on a journey through the most fascinating stories in Ireland's past. Whether it’s the siege of Dublin in 1171 or gun battles in the 1920s, the podcast vividly recreates a sense of time and place. Each episode is meticulously researched creating character driven narratives that are engaging and accessible for all. Since the first episode was released back in 2010, the podcast has covered scores of fascin ...
 
The Audio Long Read podcast is a selection of the Guardian’s long reads, giving you the opportunity to get on with your day while listening to some of the finest journalism the Guardian has to offer, including in-depth writing from around the world on immigration, crime, business, the arts and much more
 
The podcast for history lovers or enthusiasts. Long-ranging historical topics covered over multip-part episodes. In each episode, we will dive into a variety of historical topics and leave our listeners with a better understanding of those topics. Whether you are new to history or have been studying it for years there will be something for everyone.
 
Tony and Jim turn their website sensation into a Radio show. Shows include a (sometimes opinionated) countdown of the HomeGrownHits.com Top Ten. Add into the mix interviews tips and tricks with professional songwriters, artists, producers, and other music makers, and you have a radio show that any budding home recording artist would die to hear!
 
Top Rope Nation has been a leading pro wrestling podcast since 2016, focusing on WWE, AEW, NJPW, ROH, Classic Pro Wrestling and so much more. Longtime wrestling journalist and host Ryan Droste (CBS, Sports Illustrated, PWTorch and more) is joined by Kyle Ross and Justin Joynt each and every week to look at the wrestling industry from a fan's perspective while also engaging in high level analysis, insider news, and interviews with past and current wrestlers. The crew also specializes in deep- ...
 
American Song is a podcast that traces the origins and development of American - and ultimately world-wide - forms of modern musical entertainment. Over time, we will trace every major genre from its origins through the current day.American Song looks at the development of our music through the lens of social, political, and economic changes that were occurring in each case, and we'll feature the most important musicians in each genre.Every episode is chock-full of the music we love and wher ...
 
Hey baby, Monday Night RAW was on last night, you wanna come over and do some Network & Chill? Network & Chill is the newest, coolest, trendiest wrestling podcast in town that all the uncool kids are talking about. Hosted by Kieron and Steve, each episode we delve into all things wrestling, whether it be the hip indie stuff you see in your local night club, or that american wrasslin' you see on ya telly, tune in for an hour and a half of mutual admiration for the men in tight pants.
 
With the A Year in Film podcast, rewind and unwind with some of the biggest moments in movie history. Join experts from Hollywood Suite’s A Year in Film TV series — Becky Shrimpton, Alicia Fletcher and Cameron Maitland — as they make like Marty McFly and turn back time to revisit a different era of film, tracking the top trends and forgotten milestones that defined each year and continue to influence us to this very day. A Year in Film podcast is hosted by Becky Shrimpton, and produced by Be ...
 
Moneyweb brings you the latest in business and financial news in our new morning podcast: MoneywebNOW with Simon Brown. The show will offer the latest in business, trading and company news to best prepare listeners for the day ahead. It will be live-streamed via the Moneyweb website and mobile app between 06:30 and 06:50.
 
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Thank you to Broken Anvil for Sponsoring this weeks episode! https://www.brokenanvilminis.com/ https://www.patreon.com/brokenanvil On this weeks episode of Trapped Under Plastic, another triple discussion! Does Lore enhance the experience of a game? Or is it just a lot of unnecessary fluff? Sit back, relax, and enjoy some tendies (with mountain dew…
 
Mike Stern is one of the all time great guitarists. He’s played with a Who’s Who of the music world including Miles Davis and Blood Sweat And Tears. He’s got a bunch of GRAMMY nominations and tours constantly with his own band and others. We discuss his outstanding career and many of the great musicians that he’s performed with. My featured song in…
 
Viv Govender of Rand Swiss on geopolitical concerns in both Taiwan & Ukraine as markets seem unconcerned and an update on the Tesla valuation. Andrew Davison of Old Mutual Corporate Consultants compares active vs passive so far in 2022, and more importantly, how to pick fund managers that deliver consistent returns.…
 
Nancy Pelosi’s Taiwan trip was met with fury in Beijing, raising fears of a potential clash between the US and China. Was Pelosi’s visit a good idea? Can any lessons be drawn from Lithuania’s David-and-Goliath clash with China? Where do we go from here? Monocle’s Andrew Mueller speaks to Samson Ellis, Lithuania’s minister of foreign affairs, Gabrie…
 
In 1961, members of the Alabama Air National Guard secretly took part in the failed invasion of Cuba by U.S.-backed Cuban exiles known as the Bay of Pigs. This was a covert attempt by the United States to overthrow the Soviet-allied Cuban government of Fidel Castro. Pete Ray was one of eight Alabama guardsmen who flew combat missions on April 19th …
 
Within a week since its release, Netflix's new original series Uncoupled starring Neil Patrick Harris has quickly leapt into the streaming service's top 10. Darren Star, who created Sex and the City, is also behind this show — and there seem to be some similarities. NPR's TV critic Eric Deggans joins us. And, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Aoife …
 
Portland's homicide rate is roughly double the nationwide rate. Mayor Ted Wheeler, who is putting funding back into the police department and has issued a new emergency declaration to try and deal with the gun problem, joins us. And, the 2022 Florida Python Challenge kicked off Friday morning in Florida. Conservation biologist Ian Bartoszek talks a…
 
Have you ever wondered if a happenstance moment in your life could change anything? Gavrillo Princip managed to change the world in a moment. Listen up and hear how one man changed everything. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joe-sara/support…
 
Here is your monthly free preview of the latest edition of 'Top Rope Nation Classics,' our monthly deep-dive retro show for our supporters on Patreon. This month, we go back in time and relive WWF In Your House: Canadian Stampede - one of the best WWF PPVs of the 1990s. The full podcast includes deep dives on every match on the card, all the news i…
 
Every Friday in August we will publish some of our favourite audio long reads of 2022, in case you missed them. Including introduction from the editorial team explaining why we’ve chosen it. This week, from February: Nina Gladitz dedicated her life to proving the Triumph of the Will director’s complicity with the horrors of Nazism. In the end, she …
 
The U.S is in the midst of a mental health crisis — especially in the Black community. Confess Project is one organization turning to local barbers to get Black men and boys to open up and seek help. Barber Craig Charles joins us. And, reviving the mission of a group from the 1960s, "We Are Jane" seeks to aid in proving safe abortion access in Chic…
 
In the aftermath of widespread Eastern Kentucky flooding, one Kentucky chef is cooking up food for residents affected and traversing nearly-impassible routes to get it to them. Joe Arvin joins us to talk about his efforts. And, ginseng has been cultivated for thousands of years for its medicinal benefits, but it's now endangered. Researchers in Ten…
 
Whiskeys: Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey • Jack Daniel’s Bonded Bottled-in-Bond Tennessee Whiskey • Jack Daniel’s Triple Mash Bottled-in-Bond American Whiskey Tangents: Gabe joins us for a deep dive exploration of JD lore and more! • Old No. 7 JD is like your college girlfriend • JD History (Part 1) • Scott suggests some things about JD …
 
What's behind Bad Bunny's enormous success? "Un Verano Sin Ti," the new album by the Puerto Rican superstar, is dominating the music industry. Carina del Valle Schorske, a writer who profiled Bad Bunny in The New York Times Magazine, joins us. And, for the first time in history, researchers have grown mice embryos with no sperm, no egg and no uteru…
 
For 25 years Bill Littlefield's infectious laugh and thoughtful conversation made NPR's Only a Game much more than a national sports show. Now, the narrator of his new novel "Mercy" shares Littlefield's introspection. He joins us. And, NPR staff and contributors weigh in on their favorite games of 2022 so far. Here & Now's James Perkins Mastromarin…
 
Following England’s Euro 2022 win we’re asking how that victory can provide real change for the women's game?Sarah Mulkerrins is joined by BBC commentator Vicki Sparks, former England captain Faye White and Fern Whelan, who is the PFA’s first executive for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in women's football.We also hear from FA Chair Debbie Hewit…
 
Tree and climate expert Daniel Griffin joins us to talk about how rising temperatures make the current drought in the southwest particularly harmful to trees. And, Instagram is facing backlash from creators for trying to be like TikTok with new app changes. New York Times technology reporting fellow Kalley Huang joins us.…
 
As Summer 1981 turned to fall, the music landscape, too, underwent a major shift. In August, MTV debuted on cable television - a moment which marked a seismic shift in both television and the music industry. While the Beatles themselves helped to invent the genre through their motion picture and pre-taped performance projects in the 60s, Paul, Geor…
 
As jazz musicians started realizing that rock and electric bands were stealing their audiences, Miles Davis, who’s alternately been called most important musician in the history of jazz, the man who transformed jazz, and even the man who changed music itself, took the music in a new direction when he invented jazz fusion. In fact, during his lifeti…
 
In today's podcast episode, we pick up our exploration of jazz fusion by looking at the amazing careers and music produced by a number of genius musicians who came out of Miles Davis' bands. We'll visit with Herbie Hancock, John McLaughlin and his band, the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Joe Zawinul, Jaco Pastorious and the band Weather Report, Chick Corea …
 
The 1950s were a dismal time in Ireland. While the economy tanked, the catholic church, at the height of its power, maintained strict control over social life. Desperate to find a better life, nearly 500,000 Irish people emigrated. This staggering figure was equivalent to 80% of those born in the Free State between 1931 and 1941. This was a level o…
 
The world's largest collection of live theatre recordings turns 50 this year. To celebrate, the New York Public Library, which curates the massive collection, is welcoming guests to its new exhibit called "Focus Center Stage." Curator Patrick Hoffman joins us. And, several news organizations are developing new teams to report on threats to democrac…
 
This is the 100th Episode Celebration of the Follow Your Dream Podcast! I started the podcast in March 2021 during the depths of the pandemic. I had been a musician all my life but at that time it was impossible to perform or record or even to rehearse. So I put all of my creative energies into the podcast. The purpose of the podcast is to inspire …
 
Join us as we review WWE SummerSlam 2022 and discuss all of the results from Nashville. Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar, Bianca Belair vs. Becky Lynch, Liv Morgan vs. Ronda Rousey, the Street Profits vs. The Usos, and more. We're covering it all. Join our Facebook discussion group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/290971494637440/ Sign up to support u…
 
While much of the west is united against Russia’s war in Ukraine, other countries have avoided taking sides. What does it really mean to be neutral and is non-alignment still possible in today’s connected world? To examine the cases of South Africa, Switzerland, Japan and Sweden, Andrew Mueller speaks to Elizabeth Sidiropoulos, Benno Zogg, Pälvi Pu…
 
Today I am joined by historian Gurinder Singh Mann to discuss the history of Sikh warriors and their close relationship with the British. Gurinder has a wonderful new book out that can be purchased via this link. To get a 20% discount please put this code in at check-out ROTSS20 https://www.helion.co.uk/military-history-books/the-rise-of-the-sikh-s…
 
Paul continues his story with his recruitment into the Army Air Corps. It’s initially delayed with a tour providing airfield repair in West Germany and then the Falklands, but finally, he’s at training at Middle Wallop, the home of the Army Air Corps. He describes the training including underwater escapes, flying and navigation. As a Gazelle crewma…
 
Professors Shaun Harper and Lori Patton Davis talk about how Beyoncé's music resonates with meaning for Black scholars fighting for pay equity and recognition in predominantly white institutions. And, Ke Huy Quan stars in the new film "Everything, Everywhere, All At Once." But long before that, Quan was a child actor in "The Goonies," and "Indiana…
 
The Newport Jazz Festival, founded in 1954, was the first annual jazz festival in the U.S. After being canceled in 2020 and shortened in 2021, the festival is back this year. Artistic director Christian McBride joins us. And, Diana Kennedy spent decades chronicling the cuisine of Mexico. She died on July 24 at age 99. We revisit a conversation with…
 
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