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1001Tracklists brings you the freshest music on a weekly basis with their artist curated Exclusive Mixes. Showcasing everyone from Main Stage headlining acts to leading Underground DJs to up and comers whose productions have placed them on the cutting edge of electronic music, each mix offers a one of a kind insight into the world of the top acts in dance music!
 
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Disgraceland is a music and true crime podcast that tells the jaw dropping stories of musicians behaving very badly… and some even getting away with murder. Named “Best Podcast” by the Webby Awards and multiple winner at the iHeart Podcast Awards, Disgraceland dives into the unbelievable histories of the world’s most famous musical artists. Jerry Lee Lewis committing murder? Guns ‘N Roses inciting a riot? Jay Z’s nightclub stabbing? Cardi B’s admitted robberies? Taylor Swift’s many stalkers? ...
 
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The NZ Everyday Investor! A podcast designed for the the everyday person, who's keen to build new wealth in the new world using existing, and new tools to get the job done. We select guests for our show who have a genuine story to tell - not just industry experts but people who have made great financial moves, some on purpose and some totally by accident! We hope you enjoy the show.
 
2 hours of the hottest dance music brought to you from Toolroom head honcho Mark Knight. Including only but the best in underground dance music of right now and AAA weekly guests on the show. Toolroom Radio is your perfect house music fix. Lets get into it.
 
Every Saturday, the Weekend podcast brings some of the best Guardian writing from the week, read by talented narrators. Listen to celebrity interviews, lifestyle features, and opinions from our most popular columnists including Marina Hyde and John Crace. Weekend is the perfect way to relax.
 
Formula 1's fastest stars slow down and open up, sharing untold stories and unrivalled insight. Tom Clarkson brings you revealing, feature-length interviews and amazing anecdotes from F1’s biggest names. Expect superstar drivers, team bosses, tech geniuses and racing legends. Hit the follow button for the fastest way to get new episodes.
 
Join us each week as we dish the latest soap news and get up close and personal with the biggest names in daytime. Stay informed about all the soaps including Days Of Our Lives, The Bold and the Beautiful, General Hospital, and The Young and the Restless at SoapOperaDigest.com and pick up a copy of Soap Opera Digest on stands now!
 
The Bachelor's Ashley and Lauren Iaconetti and reality TV producer Naz Perez don't get a lot about this world. These three outspoken millennials discuss the most embarrassing topics openly and honestly. Relationships, men, sex, virginity, dating in the tech age, pop culture, and everyday annoyances, these ladies cover it all, and with no filter! Bachelor and Bachelorette alum frequently stop by and join in the racy discussions often sharing their deepest secrets!
 
Formula 1 fans from every nation, welcome to F1 Nation! 1996 World Champion Damon Hill and globe-trotting racing reporters Tom Clarkson and Natalie Pinkham bring you weekly F1 chat with big guests, expert racing insight and behind-the-scenes stories. Hit the follow button for the fastest way to get new episodes.
 
Thousand Greens is the social network for members of private golf clubs seeking camaraderie through golf. Golf Anywhere, Friends Everywhere. While TG originally started as a way for members of private clubs to visit other golf courses, it has become a social network that a group of nearly 10,000 members enjoy on a daily basis for friendship and common connection through golf. All through word of mouth only. This podcast seeks to introduce you to the characters that make up the network and to ...
 
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One Year

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The people and struggles that changed America—one year at a time. In each episode, host Josh Levin explores a story you may have forgotten, or one you’ve never heard of before. What were the moments that transformed politics, culture, science, religion, and more? And how does the nation’s past shape our present?
 
Family Secrets. We all have them. And while the discovery of family secrets can initially be terrifying or traumatic, often these discoveries have the power to liberate, heal, and even uplift us. Join Dani Shapiro, bestselling author of the memoir Inheritance, and her guests as they explore astonishing family secrets and uncover the extraordinary lessons the truth can teach us.
 
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The human rights activist Bianca Jagger continues her battle against the political repression of the Ortega regime in Nicaragua, where she was born. Several bishops and priests are incarcerated in Nicaragua, where the Catholic Church is suspected of supporting the opposition. In an interview with FRANCE 24, Jagger appealed directly to Pope Francis,…
 
DAYS’s Camila Banus (Gabi) weighs in on her character’s turbulent love life and her own wedding-day drama with Digest’s Stephanie Sloane and Mara Levinsky. We also preview the storyline shockers ahead across the soaps. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike take over on Exclusive Mix duties to celebrate their special Smash The House holiday album, 'The Crystal Winter.' Read on to learn more about their recent collaborations with Timmy Trumpet x Brennan Heart as well as the new 3 Are Legend Track with Steve Aoki, TUJAMO, and Jaxx & Vega. We also highlight the guys upcoming Bri…
 
The Athletic's Kalyn Kahler recently sat down with QB Mike White to discuss his journey from backup Mike White, to Mike "Effing" White. It's a story worth hearing now more than ever on a little bonus Can't Wait. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy The Athletic
 
Each year since the inception of this podcast in 2017, I have done a Five Unusual Things to Be Thankful For episode during Thanksgiving week. This episode is never one of my most-downloaded episodes, but it is one of my favorites. It is also one of my most personal and vulnerable episodes each year. The purpose is two-fold: To get you thinking abou…
 
Today's show begins with an exclusive report on what’s happening to Iranian protesters behind bars. Demonstrations have been ongoing since September, as people continue to take to the street across the country, and as many as 14,000 people have been arrested since protests began. Now, troubling accusations are emerging about the treatment they’re f…
 
My guest today is Professor Alexandra Natapoff. Alexandra is a law professor at Harvard University. She writes about criminal courts, public defense, plea bargaining, wrongful convictions, and race and inequality in the criminal justice system. Her new book, which is an expanded edition of her older book is called "Snitching: Criminal Informants an…
 
This week, we’re defending a movie that everyone’s been hating on: Don’t Worry Darling (2022). We were surprised with how much we liked this movie, so we wanted to spread the good word since it’s now streaming on HBOMax. As always, we talk about what we’ve been watching recently (0:07), including Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities (Netflix…
 
This week, Marina Hyde on Boris Johnson’s resignation honours list (1m34s); Michelle Obama reads an extract from her new book, The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times (11m18s); and Tom Lamont on why a night in with a board game is the only way he wants to party (38m39s).By The Guardian
 
In an exclusive in-depth interview Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has shown a willingness to enter a transfer pact with Fianna Fáil in the next general election. The soon-to-be-appointed Taoiseach also talks about his reshuflle plans, his belief Sinn Fein will wreck the economy and the time he went to a Carl Cox gig in a Dublin nightclub. See omnystudio.com…
 
This is it! The Thirteenth Doctor's last battle arrives as companions old and new converge to help the Doctor stop the Master's Dalek Plan. Or, what that the CyberMaster's plan? The story is so fast paced that we're quite sure it left the Doctor a bit dizzy! The story pays tribute to Doctor Who past, present, and future - and gives us an ending tha…
 
In France, working the soil is often a family business. In the western city of La Rochelle, we meet three generations of cereal farmers who have been working the fields since 1912. A little further north, in the Mayenne region, a whole family has converted to organic farming. For all of them, each working day is a chance to learn or pass on know-ho…
 
Almost five decades after the death of Spain's right-wing dictator Francisco Franco, the country is making a fresh attempt to offer justice to his victims. A new Democratic Memory law, which came into force in October, makes the state responsible for the search for tens of thousands of those forcibly disappeared during the Spanish Civil War and sub…
 
Sporadic protests, arson attacks on enlistment offices and an open letter signed by dozens of local officials calling for Vladimir Putin's resignation: these are just some of the ways ordinary Russians are resisting the war in Ukraine. Despite these small-scale examples of resistance, there have been little signs of mass protest. For more on how th…
 
In a rare move, general practitioners in France will go on strike on December 1 and 2, demanding greater investment from the government in local doctors' surgeries. They say that if their working conditions don't improve, the state can kiss goodbye to traditional local surgeries, since recruiting the next generation of doctors will be almost imposs…
 
IN THE PRESS – Tuesday, 29.11.2022: We take a look at how the press is covering the Chinese protests, the upcoming World Cup match between the US and Iran, and the continued dispute over US midterm election results in Arizona. Finally, we bring you two stories about thin yellow strands: that of a lawsuit over the thickness of Velveeta mac and chees…
 
US President Joe Biden has called on lawmakers to pass legislation that would avert a nationwide rail shutdown. This would impose a contract that has not been approved by all negotiating unions but would nonetheless guarantee a 24 percent wage increase for rail workers. The US economy stands to lose $2 billion a day in the event of a strike. Also i…
 
Cass Elliot, AKA "Mama Cass" from The Mamas and The Papas, broke the mold of female pop superstardom and shattered expectations of what women in music “should” be. She also was arrested in London for theft, dated international drug dealers, and tanked what was supposed to be a career-defining solo performance while flying high on Iranian hashish. T…
 
Iranian security forces have widely used shotguns to repress the protests exploding around the country. At least 20 protesters have died after being hit by shotgun blasts, according to Amnesty International. A member of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard’s militia, the Basij, told us how security forces are trained to control protests.…
 
For this episode, a story from Slate senior producer Evan Chung about how Yanni, John Tesh and a number of other surprising acts made it big in the 1990s. It’s a throwback to a simpler time—when musicians struggled to find their big break, but discovered it could be possible with a telephone, a television, and our undivided attention. This story or…
 
Thousands of people in China, who are angry at the country's rigid "zero-Covid" policy, have taken to the streets and are demanding to be freed from Covid testing and lockdowns. CNN Senior International Correspondent Ivan Watson is in Hong Kong and CNN's Selina Wang is in Beijing with the latest. And just over two weeks after the quadruple homicide…
 
Two more teams qualify for the World Cup last 16, meaning that there are still 13 squads looking to book their place. If you thought the matches were exciting so far, they're bound to get even tougher over the coming days. Portugal make it through with a double from Bruno Fernandes, as do Brazil despite Neymar’s absence. Plus, Cameroon come from be…
 
Widespread anti-government protests have erupted across China for the first time since 1989 in a rare show of defiance against the ruling Communist Party. Demonstrations spread from Shanghai in the east to Xinjiang in the west, with thousands chanting, “need human rights, need freedom.” Protesters are calling for an end to nearly three years of “ze…
 
Much of the world is wondering if the worst of Covid has run its course. So why, nearly four years on, is the country where the coronavirus originated still under lock and key? Rare scenes of protest out of China, like in its most populous metropolis Shanghai, have spread during a weekend when citizens clamoured for an end to draconian confinements…
 
Mike F-ing White is back! Tim McMaster and Zack Rosenblatt recap the Jets 31-10 win over the Bears. They discuss a huge game for White, what worked with the QB change and more takeaways from the offense. Plus, they talk about a slow slow start for the defense and how they were able to turn things around and keep Chicago off the board in the second …
 
French electronic duo Synapson is the combination of two childhood friends: DJs/record producers Alexandre Chiere and Paul Cucuron. Since 2009, they have made a name for themselves with their unique soundscape that draws from world music, hip-hop, house, funk and pop influences. Following the success of their 2020 album "Global Musique Vol. 1", the…
 
It's a classic Ramble, so you know what that means, from what makes Kevin Richardson an elder woman's Backstreet Boy, to whether or not boobs are back in fashion, the I Don't Get It ladies are covering everything that's been on their minds this week. Naz and Ashley give their review of Baz Luhrmann's Elvis biopic, which leads to what may be the big…
 
Thousand Greens is the social network for members of private golf clubs seeking camaraderie through golf. Golf Anywhere, Friends Everywhere. Izzy signed up to the be the very first Founders Club member when the program launched. When asked to describe himself, he passed on the usual “what you do, where you’re from” spiel and said “I have a unique n…
 
When Jonathan Dowdall and Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch travelled to the North in the weeks following the controversial Regency Hotel shooting in 2016, they thought they were alone. The Indo Daily has the latest on the garda recordings and the Hutch murder trial. Presenter: Siobhán Maguire. Guest: Andrew Phelan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inf…
 
For thousands and thousands of years we’ve used gold as money. At some stage, whether part of the role out of CBDC’s (Central Bank Digital Currency) or something else, odds are high gold may form the base of a new global reserve currency. Russia, China and others are working on a new currency to trade with, and central banks are gobbling up new sup…
 
Marina Hyde on the hollow sound of the England football team’s ‘activism’ (1m37s), Jessica Rawnsley on the house-sitters living for free (9m20s), Lucy Knight meets Heartstopper writer and illustrator Alice Oseman (19m33s), and technology editor Alex Hern charts the rise – and epic fall – of FTX (34m15s)…
 
A video report attributed to broadcaster Al Jazeera has been circulating online, claiming that drunken Ukrainian football fans were detained at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar for giving a Nazi salute and defacing posters with a Hitler moustache. But all is not as it seems, so what’s true and what’s fake? Find out in this edition with Vedika Bahl.…
 
A Russia in retreat on the battlefield is trying to put the lights out in Ukraine. The hardship comes the same week that the capital got its first snowfall of the season. Kyiv residents are lining up for water in near-freezing temperatures. Ukrainians are wondering if Moscow intends to turn Kherson into another Mariupol. Vladimir Putin had mostly g…
 
In 1977, 13-year-old Megumi Yokota vanished from the Japanese coastal city of Niigata on her way home from school. Twenty-five years later, North Korea admitted that its agents had snatched her away, along with 12 other Japanese citizens, in order to train its spies. In a groundbreaking diplomatic move, Pyongyang returned five of them in 2002, but …
 
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto doesn't rule out vetoing a ninth package of sanctions against Russia over its war on Ukraine – a package that is currently being prepared by the EU, along with a proposed price cap on Russian oil. "We want peace, not another [sanctions] package," he says. "We are a direct neighbour of Ukraine. The impact o…
 
In a special edition, we mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and ask what it will take to end this global epidemic; particularly domestic violence. Annette Young talks to Dr Jane Monckton-Smith, a UK criminologist and a world leader on coercive control and Sarah McGrath, the founder of the NGO Women for Women Fr…
 
A seven-hour drive southwest of the Tunisian capital lies Chott el-Djerid, north Africa's largest salt lake and the setting for the thirteenth edition of Tunis Fashion Week. The youngest designer participating, 18-year-old Haroun Ghanmi, celebrates the Tunisian techno scene, while fellow designer Yousra Sen creates one-of-a-kind pieces. Everyone he…
 
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