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Porter is a 30 something Nashville native that takes his best friend, Genevieve out on a date...finally. What happens the next day changes his life forever. We follow him as he struggles physically and emotionally over the trauma of what happened and the regression that comes with finding out who’s responsible. CONTENT WARNING: This podcast contains moments of trauma and violence including physical attacks, bombs, and gun violence.
 
Every week, Jeffery Saddoris and Bill Wadman take on the art, science, and philosophy of photography and explore how they play out behind the camera in the process of making images. Insider insights for the novice, shop talk for the professional, and opinionated discussion for the interested observer of the field's trends and legacy. Hosted by Bill Wadman & Jeffery Saddoris.
 
Plan B is a weekly talk show contemplating the future and present of Bitcoin. With insights for the novice, shop talk for the expert, and opinionated discussion for the interested observer of bitcoin and related technologies.
 
If you come to a fork in the road, take it! Two’s Complement is a programming podcast, hosted by Matt Godbolt and Ben Rady; two programmers who both grew up wanting to make video games. One of them did, one of them didn’t, but now they both work together despite coming from very different backgrounds.
 
In the early 22nd century, the Apollyon virus wiped out 75% of the world’s population, and now most of the world is governed by the International Conglomerate of Research Scientists. Dr. Theo Ramsey is an ICRS research scientist who may have just discovered an effective vaccine for Apollyon, but the stakes to get the vaccine to the public are higher than she ever imagined
 
Success Factor Radio Introduction: After losing his entire life saving to a fraudulent hedge fund manager, Coach DeCarlo Eskridge begin seeking the meaning of his existence. He begin to study the lives of the most successful people in the world. He discovered those who succeed in life rarely succeed by accident. After years of research he realized that success leaves clues. He begin to model his life (spirit, mind and body) after the successful people he had studied in his research. He begin ...
 
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Syrian refugee Taha Taqtawi who returned home after five years has lost everything and is currently fighting for his life in a coma. Yusuf Selman from Middle East Eye was speaking to Radio Islam about the dire circumstances of Syrian refugees being told to return to their country by Turkey’s main opposition party claiming that the civil-war ridden …
 
The recent unrest has harmed South Africa's supply chain. The disruptions brought about a loss of trust, reputational damage, decreased investor confidence, and companies choosing to avoid using South Africa's ports, resulting in the loss of jobs and exacerbated the already slow economic growth.If that wasn't enough, a cyberattack on Transnet broug…
 
Political analyst Xolani Dube from the Xubera Institute for Research and Development says a reshuffling of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s cabinet would not make difference to the country if the officials come from within the ranks of the African National Congress (ANC). While South Africans have put pressure on Ramaphosa to shake up his government and…
 
A resident of Sheikh Jarrah in Palestine says Israel’s Supreme Court has not yet reached a decision in the case involving four Palestinian families in occupied East Jerusalem who are facing imminent expulsion to make way for Jewish settlers.Reem Hammad was speaking to Radio Islam about the much anticipated ruling which was expected to be handed dow…
 
The Gauteng Education Department says it is working on a system to “reengineer” schools in the province to ensure the learning institutions are accessible to all parents for their children. Parents and guardians will from 10 of August be able to start applying for a place in a Gauteng school next year.…
 
University of Johannesburg professor and political analyst, Steven Friedman says while the negotiated settlement of 1994 it is claimed ended racial domination and created the foundation for a prosperous democracy, greedy politicians betrayed the promise of a new society. Professor Friedman was speaking to Radio Islam about his new book ‘Prisoners o…
 
Democratic Alliance (DA) KwaZulu-Natal leader Francois Rodgers says the racism allegations against Indians after the deadly riots and looting is a result of government’s failure to protect its citizens during an attempted insurrection. Rodgers was speaking to Radio Islam about increase in racist attacks against Indians the province.…
 
Host of the Big Picture programme on Radio Islam, Abie Dawjee says political analyst Justice Malala has provided an in-depth and accurate analysis of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) reaction to the deadly violence in Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and the so-called Phoenix massacre.In an opinion and analysis article in the Sunday Times last week, Malal…
 
It's 2003. Porter and Luke talk about their future. This is the fourth and final episode in this miniseries. Now you can go back and listen to all of them back-to-back! This may be the end of Boom, but it is just the beginning for Apollyon. If you haven't listened or subscribed, be sure to do that right away! You can find all the information on the…
 
Author and activist Dr Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh says his new book The New Apartheid, explores a more deep-rooted crisis and define the current crisis that confronts South Africa.The New Apartheid also explores the concept that apartheid in South Africa never died but was privatised instead.By Radio Islam
 
Political analyst Dr. Imraan Baccus says there is uneasy calm in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal following the deadly violence and unrest. Dr. Baccus was speaking to Radio Islam on Friday during the Asri Report. Looting sprees in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng resulted in over 300 deaths while billions of rands worth of stock and property were also looted and…
 
The CEO of the Road Freight Association Gavin Kelly says the impact of the cyber attack on Transnet is expected to create massive delays and unreliability of the movement of goods across all modes of transport. Kelly was speaking to Radio Islam on Wednesday about the attack which began on 22 July but continued, forcing Transnet to switch to manual …
 
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