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The Rewatchables

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The Rewatchables

The Ringer & Bill Simmons

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'The Rewatchables,' a film podcast from the Ringer Podcast Network, features The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and a roundtable of people from the Ringer universe discussing movies they can’t seem to stop watching. Listen to the complete archives of 150-plus movies, including 'The Hangover,' 'Godfather 2,' 'Dunkirk,' 'Creed,' and many more classics, on our special 'Rewatchables' page on The Ringer.
 
Page One celebrates the craft that goes into writing the first sentence, first paragraph and first page of your favorite books. The first page is often the most re-written page of any book because it has to work so hard to do so much—hook the reader. We interview master storytellers on the struggles and stories behind the first page of their books.
 
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Page To Stage

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Page To Stage

Broadway Podcast Network

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Join co-hosts, Mary Dina and Brian Sedita, as they focus the spotlight back on the theatermaker to uncover their process. They speak with folks from the industry who are often not heard from, including stage managers, producers, crew members, administrators, designers, marketers, press agents, and more!
 
Great Lakes. True Crime. Host Nina Innsted covers lesser known crimes, digging beneath the media and back page to tell their stories and find the truth. #Michigan #Ohio #Pennsylvania #NewYork #Wisconsin #Illinois #TrueCrime Find me on Twitter: @Alreadygonepod (https://twitter.com/alreadygonepod) and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ninainnsted/
 
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Off the Page

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Off the Page

Stanford Storytelling Project

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Off the Page is a podcast of stories, essays, and poetry from the Stanford University writing community, produced by the Stanford Storytelling Project in collaboration with the Stanford Creative Writing Program. Learn more at storytelling.stanford.edu and at creativewriting.stanford.edu Theme music by the generous "Breakmaster Cylinder"
 
There are questions the internet just can't answer. But that doesn't mean we can't find them. On each episode of Underunderstood, we find a question the internet can’t answer — maybe it’s a dead-end Wikipedia page, an abandoned Reddit thread, or an unanswered question on Twitter — and we fill in the gaps. It’s part chat show, part documentary, and almost always surprising.
 
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60s 70s 80s 90s. Eclectic and Self Evident. The Greg Kihn Band, Billy Stewert, Bob Dylan, Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong, The Isley, Sly & The Family Stone,Tom Petty, Carpenters, The O'Jays, B.J. Thomas, Looney Tunes, Carole King, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Beach Boys, George Harrison, King Harvest, Dr. JohnThe Verve, Enjoy The Music.!…
 
Tonight's Tale is A View From a Hill by M.R James. Join us every Friday for a new tale and don't forget to follow on twitter @TheDarkestPage, instagram @TheDarkestPagePodcast and youtube The Darkest Page Podast Music and Sound provided by Pixabay.com under common license. Sad Business by Palle1958 Out of the Wastelands by Astrofreq Train Railroad b…
 
Meriel and I discuss The Lost Cafe Schindler, trying to better understand her father by delving into his past, researching her family's history, the current Cafe Schindler and its place in history, and much more. Meriel's recommended reads are: Austerlitz by W.G. Sebald The Conversation by Robert Livingston Support the podcast by becoming a Page Tu…
 
Costa Rica, transformative change, and the power of multilateralism. Happy New Year from the UN Library & Archives Geneva! This episode continues our conversations with Ambassadors to the UN in Geneva. Our Director, Francesco Pisano, is joined by the Permanent Representative of Costa Rica to the UN Geneva, Catalina Devandas Aguilar, who arrived in …
 
Episode 68. Tim Minogue of Rotten Boroughs tells the story of a pub landlord bankrupted and imprisoned by a local council vendetta, who has finally secured justice after more than 20 years; and housing correspondent Rachael Claye lifts the lid on the government’s (latest) promise to sort out the cladding crisis to see how much good it will actually…
 
Episode one seventy seven – part three Jenn sat down with Matthew Gabriele and David Perry to discuss their new book, THE BRIGHT AGES: A NEW HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL EUROPE. They talked why “Dark Ages” isn’t a useful term for the medieval period, the supposed “fall” of Rome (spoiler alert: Rome never fell!), and the complexity and richness of medieval c…
 
Hello everyone! Welcome to The Left Page in 2022! For this episode I chat a bit about some work I've had to do with Literary Theory, my frustrations and issues. But also some of the positive aspects and good experiences I learned from it. So the usual form of criticism, but also nice things too! And how we can learn, with care and consideration, to…
 
Support us on Patreon! It’s the only place to hear the legendary Bonus Real or Fanfic we did in between episodes! patreon.com/372pages A jam-packed episode for which we will not apologize: there are roughly 8300 characters mentioned in this reading alone. And we barely touch on the Great Wizard Agnessa! We’ve got fairies, fairiettes, pixies, mini-w…
 
Page One, produced and hosted by author Holly Lynn Payne, celebrates the craft that goes into writing the first sentence, first paragraph and first page of your favorite books. The first page is often the most rewritten page of any book because it has to work so hard to do so much—hook the reader. We interview master storytellers on the struggles a…
 
If you’re enjoying From Page to Practice, please consider showing your appreciation by buying me a coffee here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/fptppod it means a lot to know my time and effort is well received! However, the most important thing is that you download, listen and subscribe to the podcast. Make sure you share with friends and colleagues …
 
That's J-E-Double F J-A-Double R-E Double T.. That's Jeff Jarrett and he is on the Cut Pro Wrestling Podcast.Jeff and Randy discuss his debut in GCW, his new podcast "My World" with Conrad Thompson, his family roots in the business, life as a sports junkie and much more on this episode of The Cut.Follow the show here on our social and podcast platf…
 
This week the Marble Arch Mound closed for the last time. Built to draw visitors back to a post-Covid London it never quite lived up to expectations. Costs spiralled from £3m – £6m and the promotional pictures didn’t quite match the reality. One visitor commented that it was ‘the worst thing I’ve done in London’. Hardly the ringing endorsement the …
 
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