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The Peanut Podcast, created by the National Peanut Board, delves into issues that are important to peanut growers and the industry. Join NPB staff hosts Lauren Highfill Williams and Lindsay Stevens once a month as they explore hot topics and future trends impacting the industry, including agriculture, sustainability, nutrition, allergies, culture, consumers and more.
 
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Fresh Hell Podcast

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Fresh Hell Podcast

Annie Luevano/ Johanna Graf

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Two women, from opposite sides of the Atlantic, talk about murder, mystery and the macabre. This is your international true crime podcast, hosted by Annie and Johanna. Annie, who lives with her husband in an old haunted house near Salem, Massachusetts, loves dogs, reading, knitting and talking about terrible, terrible things. Johanna lives in Vienna, Austria with her husband, one beagle and a real dog. She loves The Beach Boys, movie marathons and fun facts about serial killers. Their idea o ...
 
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A Concerned Citizen

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Utilizes narrative storytelling, archival audio, and immersive soundscapes to explore true stories of white-collar criminals, con artists, and corporate evil. From corruption and fraud to Ponzi schemes and environmental disasters, these financially motivated crimes have shaped our world in unimaginable ways. All in the name of greed.
 
The Mississippi Crop Situation podcast is provided by Mississippi State University Extension Service specialists responsible for agricultural row crops. Our goal is to provide Mississippi agricultural producers, consultants, and industry with up-to-date, timely, science-based information you can use to help maintain profitability.
 
No topic is safe from Comments From The Peanut Gallery! Check out our podcast to for the latest hot-takes, analysis, and stories from our incredible guests. We have a content base that heavily consists of sports and entertainment, however, no topics are safe from Comments From The Peanut Gallery! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cftpg/support
 
Join Timo Boldt, Founder and CEO of leading unicorn recipe box company Gousto, as he talks to top company founders, CEOs and business leaders about their journey so far, what makes them tick, and how they achieve their ambitions. Guests include the 'nation’s PE teacher’ Joe Wicks, Peanut founder Michelle Kennedy and Bobby Healy, founder and CEO of Manna Drones.
 
The economy explained. Imagine you could call up a friend and say, "Meet me at the bar and tell me what's going on with the economy." Now imagine that's actually a fun evening. Got money on your mind? Try Planet Money+ — a new way to support the show you love, get a sponsor-free feed of the podcast, *and* get access to bonus content. A subscription also gets you access to The Indicator and Planet Money Summer School, both without ads. Learn more at plus.npr.org/planetmoney.
 
Charlie Brown and the gang ruled the comics pages for fifty years. As animated characters, they have appeared in five feature films, eight episodes of "This is America, Charlie Brown" , ten motion comics on iTunes, eighteen episodes of "The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show", and some forty-five TV specials. On this podcast, we're going to watch them all. Then we'll talk about what we liked, what we didn't. Remember, of all the Charlie Browns in world, you're the Charlie Browniest.
 
The Georgia Peanut Commission presents the Georgia Peanuts Podcast, a weekly podcast for peanut producers and industry allies. The goal of this podcast is to equip peanut producers, and other agriculturists, with up-to-date information regarding planting/growing/harvesting peanuts, research updates, economics, farm policy, and much more. The Georgia Peanuts Podcast will feature interviews with Extension Specialists, researchers, industry partners, political leaders, and farmers.
 
Hosted by TM.i, Grimmy, & MiTi Mouse! "Pennies from Peanuts" is a collection of thoughts and opinions from the Peanut Gang! We'll be providing updates on current events, local events, local artists, & local businesses. Based in Spartanburg, South Carolina, Peanut Gallery Ent. is an upcoming Music Label/Entertainment Group looking to make cents by rubbing two cents together. We plan to upload every week on Friday w/ occasional guests such as entrepreneurs, upcoming artists, and promoters. If ...
 
The NFL Players Podcast is a candid, unscripted series sharing the stories and personal journeys of NFL players– as told by the players. Hosted by captain of the New York Giants, Logan Ryan, Legend and Walter Payton Man of the Year recipient Charles "Peanut" Tillman, and Hall of Famer Aeneas Williams, new episodes are released on Wednesdays. Follow @nflplayerspodcast for updates and new episodes.
 
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Food Allergy Talk

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Food Allergy Talk

Lisa Horne of Food Allergy P.I.

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Food Allergy Talk is hosted by Lisa Horne of Food Allergy P.I. Lisa discusses food allergy related topics with professionals, individuals with food allergies, advocates, and others in the community. Topics include food allergy safety, diagnosis, mental health, legislation, advocacy, dating, travel, dining out, support, cooking, baking, nutrition, and more. If you’re living it or have a question about it, we are talking about it. Lisa is a veteran food allergy mom of a teen with anaphylactic ...
 
The EPOP Travel Podcast is hosted by Travis Sherry, a serial entrepreneur & world traveler. Known as "Rick Steves for the new generation", this podcast will teach you everything you need to know to travel more & spend less. From interviews with some of the world's most famous travel names, like Chris Guillebeau, Bruce Poon Tip, AJ Jacobs & others to specific travel advice on how to use frequent flyer miles, score cheap hotels, pack like a pro, & travel on a budget, this show does it all.
 
This podcast is for anyone interested in the local Fort Collins running community. We will be interviewing all kinds of cool runners, covering topics from peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to favorite running trails, and talking about upcoming races in Fort Collins and the surrounding area. We’re hoping to highlight the diverse voices and perspectives in the world of running. This podcast is all about connecting with and celebrating our local running community.
 
Welcome to the Talk Rant Vent podcast, where amazing things happen. This is a space where two colleagues set aside their busy lifestyle and get together to pretty much conversate about anything and everything relating to food, work, relationships, family kids, gossip, current news, and more. Get ready as this perfect duo keep the conversations live and raw. Tune in every other week to hear Peanut & Butter talk, rant, and vent!
 
Being in lockdown has unleashed our love for nature. Goats taking ownership of our streets, deer sleeping on town commons, birds and their song reclaiming our soundscape - a full wildlife drama happening every day in our gardens, streets and countryside for us all to watch. Get Birding is a podcast to help everyone, anywhere, discover more about the birds on our doorsteps.. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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While Charlie Brown is succeeding as a brother, Linus is ranting about someone called “The Great Pumpkin.” When he’s not fawning over his beloved teacher Miss Othmar that is. Plus: Sally smooches Linus. Transcript available at UnpackingPeanuts.com Unpacking Peanuts is copyright Jimmy Gownley, Michael Cohen, and Harold Buchholz. Produced and edited …
 
This week on Peanuts and Popcorn, the MLB trade deadline is Tuesday, we’ll talk about the trades that have happened while speculating on those yet to come. How many of you know about the magic mud from the Delaware River that helps pitchers get a grip? We’ll reminisce about Will Clark and Greg Maddux and a time where pitchers didn’t try to conceal …
 
Hello all you Lasso fans! We thought we'd have a bit of fun prior to heading on a short hiatus. We reached out to listeners through our Facebook group, Twitter account and email asking for questions. We grabbed a few of those, and hope to give you a bit of a glimpse into your two cohosts. Special thanks to Kenny Madison from Lasso Cast for helping …
 
Innovation lights the fire for change and growth, and the peanut industry is ablaze! Today we highlight a few movers and shakers in the industry including a young farmer who’s growing organic peanuts and trying his hand at hemp; a Southwestern grower whose diversified operation won her family a peanut efficiency award; a third-generation family pea…
 
V Spehar (@underthedesknews) joins Kurt and Scotty to talk about how people like other people who smell like them, a guy that spent over $8.5k a year on Pepsi, a man who is going to push peanut up a mountain with his nose and the world’s most expensive bath! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://ar…
 
Journalist Jori Lewis weaves together the history of the peanut from its beginnings in Bolivia, to cultivation in Senegal, and its ties to slavery. Horticulturist Yvonne Savio shares secrets to watering the garden during high temperatures. Michael Martinez works to return food waste back to the soil at LA Compost and has an update on new composting…
 
The carried interest tax loophole is a way that wealthy Americans – often the people who manage hedge funds or private equity firms – avoid paying billions of dollars worth of taxes. It has been one of the most controversial yet durable features of the U.S. tax code. But where did it come from? Today we romp through space and time to piece together…
 
Geologist David R. Montgomery and biologist Anne Biklé explore the relationship between soil health and human health. Senegalese chef Pierre Thiam works to make fonio a global grain while keeping its production in Africa. Chef Bonnie Frumkin Morales explains the simplicity of making kvas at home and why more people don’t know about the beverage. LA…
 
On this episode, presented by Massey Ferguson and Hesston, Julie Davis, Senior Director of Workforce Development for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers discusses the importance of public-private partnerships in developing programs that foster workforce and economic development. Eric Dean, President of the International Association of Bridge…
 
WE'RE BACK! Car crashes, furcons, diseases, and moves across the country temporarily took our attention away from the news but the good times couldn't last forever, could they? LABOR REPORT is back in action as it is still this show's thesis that organizing unions and guilds are the only way towards a general strike. Also things are not going well …
 
You can learn a lot about a person from their job. The same can be said of an economy. The market for jobs can us a lot about how the economy is doing, but more importantly, it is where we look to see who the economy is working for, and who is left behind. In today's lesson we'll visit two workplaces each facing a different labor puzzle. At one end…
 
Trevor Padgett is 19 and started helping us on the farm this year. He caught on quick and unlike the stereotypical Gen Z'er is a hard worker. Jordan is getting a new truck with a basic lame trim package, all this and more. Shirts and Hats http://farmfocused.com/field-rows/ www.fieldrows.com Use code fieldrowsfarm to save! http://www.rockroosterfoot…
 
On this episode of GPS: - Kevin's day... - People in China can't get into access their banks. - Nancy Pelosi might start WW3. - Kevin's Manifesto - Tuco - Shane reads texts from earlier in the day. - Cadence Boyar - Batgirl shelved - Movies that have been shelved before being released later - Batman movies - The Joker, who played him best? - Amy De…
 
It's Bananas live from Brooklyn, NY! Kurt and Scotty talk about a man falling into Mount Vesuvius while trying to take a selfie, why Cheetos are banned in Germany, a message in bottle seeking a boyfriend, the medical reason you might have to put sugar on your butthole and a shirtless drunk man arrested while shoveling pasta into his mouth! See Priv…
 
A funeral director in a small town in Colorado is accused of selling human body parts. Prelude: A raid on Arthur Rathburn's body brokering business in Detroit leads to arrests in Phoenix and Chicago. –––-–---------------------------------------- BECOME A VALUEDLISTENER™ Spotify Apple Podcasts Patreon –––-–---------------------------------------- DO…
 
Agricultural engineer Wes Lowe visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to discuss the precision agriculture tools Mississippi State University is involved in developing for growers in the state and region. Wes, Tom, and Jason discuss a range of topics including how Wes evaluates potential new technologies and some of the tools he’s he…
 
OK besties, get ready because this weeks ep is loose! First up, to kick us off Gem needs more information on how to use body oil, but spoiler alert!... she’s a fan. Then we break down the top 6 sex positions as named by @triplejthehookup and we have a lot of opinions. Side bar... how come Gem knows so much about this stuff when she is a self procla…
 
KJ Kearney, founder of Black Food Fridays, works to recognize the contributions of his ancestors one day at a time. LA Times Food Editor Daniel Hernandez and chef Gabriela Camara remember Mexican food and culture icon Diana Kennedy. Spirits writer Camper English tells the tale of booze as a cure-all throughout history. Joe Egender and Maciel Bañale…
 
Kenya goes to the polls on Tuesday Aug. 9. From the presidential contenders all the way down, the pool (or cesspool) of candidates is filled with people with questionable morals. One of them, a Nairobi gubernatorial candidate named Johnson Sakaja, has been under fire for failing to prove that he has a university degree, as required by law. Does an …
 
College has gotten incredibly expensive. And some colleges are offering students a new way to pay. It's not a scholarship. It's not quite a loan. It's more like the students are selling stock in themselves. We check in on how income share agreements at one school have been working. | Subscribe to Planet Money+ in Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org/p…
 
On this episode, presented by Massey Ferguson and Hesston, Certis Biologicals’ Rob Gibson discusses the company’s partnership with another ag bio leader, Novozymes. We have details on the American Farm Bureau Federation’s Federal Milk Marketing Order Forum, which will be held in Kansas City this October. We also discuss the importance of farm succe…
 
Dan, Anna, Andrew and special guest Malcolm Gladwell discuss Silicon Valley regrets, aeroplanes dangling from hooks and whether Dan should be a billionaire. Visit nosuchthingasafish.com for news about live shows, merchandise and more episodes. Join Club Fish for ad-free episodes and exclusive bonus content at nosuchthingasafish.com/apple or nosucht…
 
Inflation can be one of the scariest forces in the economy. As prices rise and your dollar doesn't go as far, you feel poorer, and it's all out of your control. To better understand inflation, we turn to the story of Brazil, where, in the 90s, hyperinflation threatened to derail the whole economy until the country turned to a group of unlikely hero…
 
On episode #41 of GPS - - Kevin is high - No show last week, Mom problems. - The Eclipse Dial - Greenwood Mall shooting -Everybody knows Brazilian Jiu Jitzu - Netflix is garbage - The Column - Foreign films are killing Hollywood!! - Range 15 - The Boys Season 3 - The Boys would not have existed back in the day. - Adult Swim used to be insane! - Ric…
 
Sarah Marshall (You're Wrong About podcast) joins Kurt and Scotty to talk about breathing through your butthole, a Japanese worker that lost a USB stick with the entire city’s data on it, a sentient AI that hired an attorney and a man who called the police to see if he was ripped off buying meth! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and …
 
Brian visits the Crop Doctors’ Podcast studio in Stoneville to visit with Tom and Jason on the current state of the cotton crop in Mississippi. Topics include the environmental influence on where the crop is currently, variety types, PGR management, nematode considerations, and Brian’s late-season recommendations.…
 
Sally Brown is born! Will becoming a big brother change Charlie Brown for the better, or is it just going to derail his baseball career? Also, Lucy starts a new business…as the gang’s gruff therapist of course! But is five cents too much for her “advice?” Plus: Schulz provides others a shelter from the storm. Transcript available at UnpackingPeanut…
 
**Ok - something weird happens with the sound at the 29 minute mark** WE’RE SORRY - we have tried to fix it. Now, first up, Boomers and technology - its not only a constant ball-ache being on the blower for tech support but also HOW do they make the tech mistakes they make? Enter Revz’ Mum with a real corker of an instagram mistake. Then.. OK INFLA…
 
Sea levels are rising. The amount of sea ice is shrinking. Record-breaking temperatures are scorching countries that are woefully unprepared for the heat. In California, drought has become a semi-permanent feature of daily life. And fires, which were once a seasonal menace, are now a year-round threat. People like to say "Save the Earth," but the t…
 
So are we in a recession or not? The jury is still out, but there are some warning signs. GDP is down and inflation is up. But how much do we know about the 'indicators' that tell us how the economy is doing? Today, the stories of two of our most important indicators, the Consumer Price Index and GDP, and what they can and can't tell us about our c…
 
On this episode, American Farm Bureau Federation Golden Plow Award Winner Sen. John Boozman (R-Arkansas), discusses the state of the agriculture industry, rural broadband and the 2023 Farm Bill. White House Council of Economic Advisors Member Jared Bernstein returns to discuss the second-quarter GDP report and the latest Federal Reserve interest ra…
 
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