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Chuffed

Sally Wallace

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Was Adventures of a Geriatric Mum, now Chuffed! Hosted by Sally Wallace. Sharing and championing those everyday life wins! We should all be a bit more chuffed with ourselves! Expect laughs, relatable stories, life lessons, inspiring guest speakers, pets, kids and all the other crap women have to contend with, whilst trying to keep it real. I like to describe this podcast as a voice note form your best mate.
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A podcast where guests drop in to talk all things roller skating with hosts Sugu and Sam from Chuffed Skates. ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Chuffed Skates is an independently owned, fully skater run & operated company. Want to support us? Shop at https://chuffedskates.com/ ❤️
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What's going on, Internet!? Prepare for some of the most insane rambling about everything from life, to sex, to what passes for 21st-century Internet culture. Your aural canals are ours, and we're filling them with nonsense -- courtesy of hosts Brian Altano, Scott Bromley, Ryan Scott, Max Scoville, and Kristin Van De Yar.
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Let's talk about writers and writing, right here in Sin City. Before we were the Motor City, one of the nicknames we were known by was "Sin City." Maybe that's why we've got so many great stories to tell. Our Windsor-Detroit region is full of inspiring poetry, first rate fiction, outstanding non-fiction, amazing writers, and exciting publishers. At All Write in Sin City, we aim to bring them to you. Check out our shows here, or take a listen wherever you listen to podcasts.
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Dr. Cliff: Veterinarian. World traveller. Ultra-marathoner. Judo Black belt. Great Lakes surfer. In each episode, Dr. Cliff will interview interesting people, reminisce about adventures around the world, or open up about the challenges of being a doctor of beasts. Connect with me here: Email: drcliffwwv@vet905.com Instagram @drcliffworldwidevet YouTube YouTube.com/drcliff
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This is F1 And Done. We will be doing our best to provide an American barstool style of biting, fanboy commentary on Formula 1. We’ll be recording podcasts after every Grand Prix. Our goal is to share a few laughs, offer opinions, and enjoy the unique sport of Formula 1 racing.
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Have you ever heard the saying "it takes a village to raise a child"? Great saying, but are you fortunate to have a village? And in this day and age where its the norm to move cities for work, education or love, where's our village then? Louise Salih is mum to 3 girls and works full time. Like any parent she's juggled, spun and multi tasked the hel…
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They're called tradwives, women who choose to stay home, focus on their families and housekeeping, and agree to be subservient to their husbands. They're part of an influential online community who say they reject feminism and embrace femininity instead. Fascinated by these women, Sophia Sykes decided to leave her budding marketing career to write …
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Carole King has been inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice. She co-wrote 118 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 and her 1971 album 'Tapestry' topped the charts for 15 weeks on release. It stayed on the charts for six more years. To tell us why King's music resonates today, Jesse is joined by singer, actor, teacher and performer Ali Harper. Al…
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The Dry Heart by Natalia Ginzberg Ginzberg was an Italian writer who died in 1991 and in the past few years her books have been translated and reprinted and finding a whole new audience. The Dry Heart was first published in 1947 and is a very short novel about a women who shoots her husband. It's incredibly moving, and brutal but told with her asto…
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A Dunedin vet has filled her backyard with planter boxes and is putting surplus produce in a stall outside her gate for others to take home. Dr Helen Beattie posted in her local community page asking if people would be interested in veggies from her garden and, based on the overwhelming response, has planted excess. As well as being a vet, Helen ru…
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Auckland Council has just bought 1.6 hectares of land bordering the Auckland Botanic Gardens to extend the park, at a cost of over $12 million dollars. The land was originally marketed to property developers, but the council said it needed to act to protect the park for future generations. Jack Hobbs is the manager of the Auckland Botanic Gardens a…
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Professor Philip Bagshaw, along with his wife Dame Sue Bagshaw and a dozen or so other leading health academics and clinicians from around Aotearoa, have penned an open letter to a group of self-identified prosperous Kiwis. In it they seek support for one key action they believe could turn our ailing health system around and make genuine improvemen…
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There was a time when climate change denial was one of the biggest threats to our planet, but now we've traded denial for feeling doomed, says renowned climate scientist Professor Michael Mann. He argues that for real action to occur we must put despair to one side. You can read all about this perspective in his new book Our Fragile Moment: How Les…
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On October 5th 2011, the container ship MV Rena struck Otaiti, the Astrolabe Reef in the Bay of Plenty and began spilling 1700 tonnes of heavy fuel oil and container debris on the beach. Local documentary filmmakers Anton Steel and Rosalie Liddle-Crawford have created a record of the community response in the face of New Zealand's largest pollution…
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The Southern Hemisphere's only official astronaut is in Aotearoa looking at emerging technology to transfer energy wirelessly, even from space! This pioneering technology is being developed by Auckland based-company EMROD. Astronaut and Sao Paulo Senator Marcos Pontes is Brazil's former Minister for Science Technology, Innovations and Communication…
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Poet, novelist, playwright, and critic Dr. George Elliott Clarke is a native of Windsor, Nova Scotia. He is a seventh-generation Canadian of African American and Mi'kmaq Indigenous descent. He earned his BA from the University of Waterloo, MA from Dalhousie University, and PhD from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario (which is where I first met…
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