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Created and produced by parents of young children, WBUR's Circle Round adapts carefully-selected folktales from around the world into sound- and music-rich radio plays for kids ages 4 to 10. Each 10- to 20-minute episode explores important issues like kindness, persistence and generosity. And each episode ends with an activity that inspires a deeper conversation between children and grown-ups.
 
Men and women in midlife are drawn to Mary Rogers’ honest take on the experiences of the empty nest, aging parents, spending an inheritance, dating and sex, travel, downsizing things, trashing bad habits and figuring out who you want to be now that you really are all almost grow up. The podcast is always smart, usually funny, and occasionally painfully real in speaking to the cusp of GenX and Baby Boomers.
 
We are some middle aged gamers trying not to let age get the better of us. With less and less time we wanted to create a podcast for people who are passionate about games but find themselves having less time to keep up with all the media surrounding it. We plan to deliver to you games, opinion and news in relatively short segments once a week. You can watch us live on Twitch once a week: https://www.twitch.tv/middleagedgaming2020 You can catch up on the live streams at YouTube: https://www.y ...
 
Husband & wife podcasting team Ben & Lacy Jae - AKA Spacebear Media - sit down together and talk about emotional growth, middle-age, and all things marriage, including ethical non-monogamy. Join them for frank discussion, terrible jokes, a little bit of learning, and a lot of hilarity!
 
An irreverent podcast out every fortnight with writer and political commentator Ben Kelly and his long-suffering friend Mat Walker. Over a few drinks these fed up, nearly middle-aged dads discuss current affairs and social issues before veering off course and bollocking on about their jaded, pandemic tainted lives and unravelling minds. Previously known as The Sceptic Isle Podcast.
 
Welcome to The Aged Narrative. A boozy podcast where Brian, Aaron, and Joe — three longtime friends discuss books, video games, film/TV, and pop culture. Follow us on social media @agednarrative for updates and content and subscribe wherever you listen! Follow us on Twitch: http://twitch.tv/tbonespumoni More info: http://linktr.ee/agednarrative
 
The Irish History Podcast brings you on a journey through Ireland's fascinating past. This podcast is not just dates but an enthralling account of Ireland's history, looking at daily life through the ages. The show is currently focused on the Great Irish Famine of the 1840s (see below), while the archive contains the stories of Ireland's ancient High Kings, Viking raiders and the Norman Invasion of the Middle Ages. The story of the Great Famine has proved the most popular to date, Between 18 ...
 
Richard Fletcher and Al Elliott are 2 middle aged men who've seen it all when it comes to online marketing. From old school banner ads in 1994, right up to the modern day 'fake webinars' (yes, we know you're not actually presenting to us live)...the result is a lot of things piss them off. This podcast is their place to vent, spleen and moan. They may occasionally offer nuggets of value, but those are entirely by accident.
 
Robert Banker and guest talk about topics that effect the middle aged American, like what the hell is going on? Topics include news, product reviews, sports and random thoughts. Current news and topics that focuses on unity and knowledge. Also motivation and fitness advice from a Personal Trainer with a Degree in Exercise Science. A breakdown of current events from both perspectives in order to gain an understanding in the middle and hear both sides of the story. Along with lifestyle and mot ...
 
Brendan and Richard are two middle aged men enjoying a good man talk in the workshop. They have been friends for almost 20 years. Each week they enjoy having a great time reviewing and eating Asian snacks. They joke around while discussing the big issues of the day and the little issues and whatever else comes up. The Middle Aged Man Talk podcast is mostly nonsense and Asian snacks. If you like Asian snacks, if you are a thoughtful person that wants something goodish to listen to while walki ...
 
Jen Brister, Maureen Younger and Allyson June Smith are Women Talking Bollocks. An irreverent magazine show with bracing, anarchic chat from three middle-aged, funny women tackling whatever takes their fancy from the world that week. Don't expect: chat about makeup, diets, and what the bloody Kardashians are doing. They don’t care. Do expect: cultural recommendations and daft tales from Maureen, problem sorting and fervent horror-movie love from Allyson, and TV recommendations and exasperate ...
 
What do two middle aged, middle class, average blue collar workers, with no kids and nothing better to do, think of all day? Find out and listen to their skewed sense of reality and what they think the world is like outside of their bubble! We apologize for the audio in our first few episodes! We are podcast newbies and doing it all ourselves, but future videos and podcasts will get better! Join us on our journey of podcasts, unfiltered conversations about life, addiction, strippers, drugs, ...
 
Deborah DeFrancesco + Kerri Tabasky are forty-something, badass moms and writing partners, and they’re done apologizing. Kerri + Deb’s witty banter, dirty minds, funny friends, special guests, personal stories and all the tangents will captivate listeners and keep them coming back for more. Their raw honesty and humor about various topics from motherhood to guilty pleasures provides relatable, hilarious, and limitless material.
 
The 200% Podcast has been two middle-aged men shouting at clouds, documentary series about the history of football in England and Wales, and is now about terrible old TV shows from the past.. Every Thursday, we'll deliver you an episode of our current series,This Is Our Everest. For more episodes than are available on here, feel free to pay us a visit. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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This week we eat Expired Chinese Eggs. As always we talk about many things while eating a variety of Asian snacks. Recorded July 9, 2021. Thank you so much for listening, Brendan and Richard Our theme music is: Welcome to the Show by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4614-welcome-to-the-show License: https://filmmusic.io/sta…
 
Larry Showalter and Stephen Terry join the show to talk about the challenge of giving your life the proper balance. These two successful business men are tried and tested in this challenge and if you find yourself struggling with the battle between work and life, tune in and hear some of the do’s and the do nots. Enjoying the show? Leave us a tip a…
 
Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and LETTERBOXD @agednarrative for updates/content and be sure to subscribe wherever you listen! Links to the show: http://linktr.ee/agednarrative Follow us on Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/tbonespumoni Welcome to episode 43! Bham and Spumons take on a duo pod giving y’all the latest in gaming and fiction. Segments a…
 
Welcome to another episode from Middle Aged Gaming. Today’s topic is ‘video games which have spawned movies’. Adam, Antoine and Phil watch the trailers to a mixture of well known and obscure movie titles, whilst comparing them to their original video game. Have there been any movies which our hosts can agree have captured the audience (or the authe…
 
Tight hose caused the Black Death, licking a bear into existence, and the Ordeal of Water. In this episode, Danièle tells us about some of the stranger ideas that came up in the Middle Ages. To sign up for Danièle's masterclass, go to https://medievalmasterclass.thinkific.com/ You can listen to the first episode of Bow and Blade at https://www.medi…
 
On this week’s show, we have Good News about carbon emissions… In This Week in Cleveland Sports – since the Indians can’t hit – we’ll tell you about a no-hitter by another team against the old Forest City’s. This week’s Over-Achievers could be called stoners – we’ll explain that. In This Week in Cleveland History – we remember a Beatles concert in …
 
Dan Jones explores the similarities and differences between the medieval experience and our lives today In what ways was the medieval era surprisingly modern? Dan Jones, whose latest book is Powers and Thrones: A New History of the Middle Ages, reveals the similarities and differences between the medieval experience and our lives today. (Ad) Dan Jo…
 
In this episode Sean talks while Jake says "Ummmm" a lot. We go over emails we got from YepX and Dr. Gnome to You (Who's name I butchered), and discuss the role government has in our day to day lives. Link to YepX's Reading List - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eHCQWdAROqcrGS9PAHAOZavuReLIydKkFc6z-Pj5jTE/edit#heading=h.s37qcm6vaou…
 
How did prehistoric people in Britain view and understand the world around them? What did they smell, hear and see? Francis Pryor, one of Britain’s leading archaeologists and the author of Scenes from Prehistoric Life, delves into the sensory world of our prehistoric ancestors. (Ad) Francis Pryor is the author of Scenes from Prehistoric Life: from …
 
This week Abbie puts her journalist hat on and asks Melissa one of her most hated questions. For those interested in the “5 questions to find your purpose”, check out this link… https://youtu.be/vVsXO9brK7M Episode 8 is Proudly brought to you by Simply Put By Peta - Professional Organising Service. Find out more here 👇🏻 https://www.facebook.com/Sim…
 
The second in a special five-part series on generational consciousness and conflict. In this episode, we look at the emergence of 'youth' as political concept in the age following the French Revolution, and its shifting meanings. How important was generational consciousness in the Young Italy movement and its imitators in the 19th century, and how …
 
While many European royals faced abdications and revolutions during the First World War, the British monarchy not only survived the conflict, but was strengthened by it. Historian Heather Jones discusses her new book, For King and Country, which explores the royal family’s role during the war. (Ad) Heather Jones is the author of For King and Countr…
 
It’s bonus episode time again as HJDoom tries an adventure gamebook where finding the correct solution could have won you a holiday to a Disney theme park. Steeleye and the Lost Magic is weird combination of choose your own adventure and crossword puzzle as you fumble around a surreally fantastic world in search of the clues that will unlock the se…
 
This episode introduces two forgotten but remarkable revolutionaries - Margaret and Rose Quinn. These two sisters operated a secret IRA prison from their home in a Dublin suburb. This was part of wider attempts to solve the problem of growing lawlessness in Ireland by the summer of 1920. As British authority disintegrated in rural areas someone had…
 
This episode is jam packed with 'em! From a "Cock and Balls" challenge to a taste challenge to all the deliciously dangerous TikTok challenges, we've got you covered. Also, the ladies break out a new segment from the MSL Crime Wing and handily crack the last hours in the Gabby Petito case. Be sure to check out our show notes and links at momswipesl…
 
Matthew Stevens tackles listener questions on the history of the Welsh regions during the Middle Ages Matthew Stevens tackles listener questions and popular search queries on the history of Wales and the Welsh regions during the Middle Ages, from the Norman invasion and Edward I’s conquest to the Welsh roots of the Tudor dynasty. See acast.com/priv…
 
This week Dan and Jason discover a portrait of Farmer Bob in the studio. They also talk about fights Jesse gets in, the Mt. Rushmore of medicine, Dan wearing baseball hats backwards, finding out you're wife is pregnant, pooping hippos, Vinnie Del Negro, The Steve Martin movie Mt. Rushmore, The Rick Moranis Mt. Rushmore, Hot Sauce and more. Netflix …
 
The index, the bit at the back of a book you mostly only turn to for reference, has a bit of a dowdy reputation – and it’s an unfair one. Dennis Duncan discusses the index’s surprising history – one that has saved heretics from the stake, kept politicians from office and proved a battleground for snarky academic rivalries. (Ad) Dennis Duncan is the…
 
Welcome to Season 3! Debbie + Kerri attempt to roast each other and fail miserably. The ladies discuss erogenous zones with the help of Vicky the Robot, Kerri’s Wenus, and Ronald McDonald’s load of pink slime that makes Debbie crave a strawberry milkshake. They debate semen vs. seamen, Debbie’s pubic mound, and Kerri fails a friendship quiz. As usu…
 
This month's Reading Club is on Mike McNair's "Intersectionalism, the highest stage of western Stalinism?" from the journal Critique (pdf attached on Patreon). How convincing is his genealogy in which he traces intersectionalism back to the 1930s Popular Front and 1960s soft Maoism? What function does intersectionalism play on the Left - and for th…
 
This Week on G33kpod: Hugh’s dental drama, Corbs wins a major award, Angela Kang’s smile and Paul’s Mom is a wino? What are you Playing? WWE 2k19 Oculus Quest 2 Kev’s Tabletop Review: Dune: Imperium Hugh’s News Items: No Woman should be Bond Ric Flair on the Plane Ride from Hell Quantum Leap revival Corbs’ Classic Movie Review: Dazed and Confused P…
 
Come with us on a journey beneath Maureen's sofa. We'll find unsavoury yoghurts, pushy landlords, Allyson's horror, the Bronte sisters and absolutely no Alice bands whatsoever if Jen has her way. Watch the women talk bollocks from the comfort of your own home with our online shows! Our new Material Night with amazing guests Debra DiGiovanni & Kerry…
 
Hey, do you litter? Then, like, get your shit together and, like, don't? We discuss this awful scourge that plagues both land and sea, then Kim talks about the kids (Gen Z) not being alright, as in, depressed. But it's not all bad news from Gen Z, Camilo discovers some of their awesome health tips, such as sticking garlic in your nose! Jen takes us…
 
The Narrow Band Broadcast Network presents: KEEP YOUR HAT ON! A show by three nerdy nobodies, and one nerdy kinda-somebody, about nothing in particular. On this episode: It’s season 2, people!! Chris gets all puffed up about a gadget that his doctor scanned a gland or two with, and Tai brings us good news about The Dude before Andrew has the four H…
 
Welcome to episode 44! The ‘SOLO’ pod. Is this the worst live-action Star Wars film?? http://linktr.ee/agednarrative The Kessel Run was dope at least. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and LETTERBOXD @agednarrative for updates/content. Be sure to subscribe wherever you listen and leave a rating and review! Follow us on Twitch: http://twitch.tv/tbone…
 
One of the things that’s unfortunately true about the Middle Ages is that there was a mistrust of difference, especially when it came to religion. But what caused a lot of anxiety, mistrust, and tension wasn’t always the differences: it was the similarities. This week, Danièle speaks with Adrienne Williams Boyarin about the ways in which Christians…
 
On Germany's election this week. Merkel has led Germany since 2005, outlasting any number of politicians across the West. What accounts for her longevity? How has such a non-ideological, post-political figure lasted so long? Germany is finally leaving her motherly embrace. But why is continuity on the cards, despite the many global crises Germany h…
 
On this week's episode of the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER!: With the start of fall comes all kinds of new TV programs. So let's start the show with some TV talk, as we discuss the start of Y: The Last Man on FX, latest episode of What If on Disney+, and the release of the Hawkeye trailer for the upcoming season also on Disney+. We continue with our…
 
Between 1917 and 1947, a group of Indian women fought for their right to vote. Sumita Mukherjee discusses their campaign, and reveals how Suffragettes were connected both to India’s wider struggle for independence, and women’s suffrage movements across the world. (Ad) Sumita Mukherjee is the author of Indian Suffragettes: Female Identities and Tran…
 
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