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Pint-sized Reptiles Podcast

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Pint-sized Reptiles Podcast

James Lewis, Travis Wyman and Jason Miloradovich

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The herptile community is incredibly diverse. However, most of the media tends to focus on the larger, more "in your face" species. 'Pint-sized Reptiles' is taking a different approach. Join James, Jason, and Travis as they turn our gaze to the smaller herps within the community that often get overshadowed by their larger brethren.
 
Join James Harding, Editor and Co-Founder of Tortoise Media, and guests as they focus their combined intellectual curiosity and firepower on the biggest challenges of the 21st century. In Season One, James and guests will explore the Battle for Truth through conversations which combine genuine curiosity, civilised disagreement and an unfashionable commitment to listen to each other. Some of these issues are so huge that finding an intellectual foothold is hard. So, they will guide us through ...
 
Kirat is a successful radio presenter. On Facebook she meets Bobby, a handsome cardiologist. He’s a catch. Soon, they get tangled up in a love affair full of lies and manipulation. Then... Kirat discovers a deception of almost unimaginable proportions. From the makers of Finding Q, this is Sweet Bobby. A live investigation, in six parts, in search of one of the world's most sophisticated catfishers. To get early, ad-free access to each episode, join Tortoise Media. For a 30-day free trial, j ...
 
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Hidden Homicides

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Hidden Homicides

Louise Tickle and Tortoise Media

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In this series we tell the shocking stories of women whose possible homicides go unrecognised, and uncounted, by police. In the UK, we’re told that two women a week are killed by a current or former partner – but these are just the killings we know about. The true toll could be much, much higher. In Hidden Homicides, investigative reporter Louise Tickle uncovers harrowing cases of killers missed, of grieving families ignored by police, of a body left to decay in a hospital morgue, and of sys ...
 
The Black Eye is the podcast that peels away the public relations veneer of sport and more, to reveal some ugly truths. Hosted by award winning journalist and author, Ewan MacKenna, each episode will deal with a subject from a perspective seldom seen on the front and back pages. Our mantra of ‘truthful, not neutral’ means this might not be for diehard fans who want yet more celebration of their favourite but highly flawed celebrity. But that’s okay with us.
 
Daphne Caruana Galizia spent her career uncovering corruption at the highest levels of politics on the Mediterranean island of Malta. As an investigative journalist in this tiny, tightly-knit country her surname became redundant – she was known simply as Daphne. She stood out as a lone voice in an increasingly hostile environment. She endured arson attacks and arrests, until October 2017, when she was murdered in a car bomb attack. In this series, her son Paul Caruana Galizia, returns home t ...
 
A show about the hard road to success, as a creative entrepreneur. Based in Oakland, CA, host Reuben Ly – a small business owner turned journalist – travels the country capturing the struggle and success of a diverse range of creators. From award-winning chefs, to craft beer producers, to graffiti artists. Each season captures a different local industry, in a particular place. Working Sunday – because when it's your own business – you gotta do it. -- Social @workingsunday Web: http://www.wor ...
 
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It was an absolute pleasure to share this weeks Sunday Special with UHW Cancer Pharmacist, DJ Walsh, Writer and Activist, Emma DeSouza and Writer and one of the organisers of the bloodysunday50.com events, Tony Doherty.We discuss the week ahead in Derry and Tony tells us about how even now 50 years on he remembers his father who was murdered that d…
 
It was an absolute pleasure to share this weeks Sunday Special with UHW Cancer Pharmacist, DJ Walsh, Writer and Activist, Emma DeSouza and Writer and one of the organisers of the bloodysunday50.com events, Tony Doherty.We discuss the week ahead in Derry and Tony tells us about how even now 50 years on he remembers his father who was murdered that d…
 
It was an absolute pleasure to share this weeks Sunday Special with UHW Cancer Pharmacist, DJ Walsh, Writer and Activist, Emma DeSouza and Writer and one of the organisers of the bloodysunday50.com events, Tony Doherty.We discuss the week ahead in Derry and Tony tells us about how even now 50 years on he remembers his father who was murdered that d…
 
Were the twenties really “roaring”? If so, who actually experienced the best of the era? And were the parties really as debauched as popular culture suggests? Speaking with Emily Briffett, historian Sarah Churchwell answers listener questions about life in the United States during the 1920s. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information…
 
How can we reconstruct the experiences of enslaved people? Historian Shaun Wallace speaks to Ellie Cawthorne about his work on the Fugitive Slave Database, which uses newspaper adverts for fugitive enslaved people from the American South to reconstruct the stories of those who escaped from slavery. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
 
In this tortoise shack special Vicky and Martin were joined by Sinead Crowe, co-founder of the Instagram Community 'Intuitive Eating Ireland', registered dietitian Jo Moscalu, who specialises in eating disorders specifically 'Binge Eating' and fat activist Michelle McCormick. We discuss weight cycling, diet culture, fat phobic rhetoric, and the sta…
 
In this tortoise shack special Vicky and Martin were joined by Sinead Crowe, co-founder of the Instagram Community 'Intuitive Eating Ireland', registered dietitian Jo Moscalu, who specialises in eating disorders specifically 'Binge Eating' and fat activist Michelle McCormick. We discuss weight cycling, diet culture, fat phobic rhetoric, and the sta…
 
Author Robert Harris speaks to Ellie Cawthorne about Munich: The Edge of War, the new Netflix film adapted from his 2017 historical novel Munich. They discuss the real history behind the 1938 Munich conference, the challenges of reassessing Neville Chamberlain, and what it’s like seeing your book adapted for the screen. See acast.com/privacy for pr…
 
Last week an online vigil was held to remember Ashling Murphy, recently murdered by a man. However, this vigil was disrupted in the most disgusting way. I talk to three of the women involved in this vigil- Christine O'Mahony, Rosemarie Maughan, and Evie Nevin who share their experiences. This is an upsetting conversation so there are trigger warnin…
 
Roger Luckhurst speaks to Ellie Cawthorne about how the idea of the Gothic has evolved and mutated over time, from medieval-inspired architecture and 19th-century vampire fiction to politicised horror films. He also reveals how the genre has been used as a vehicle to explore society’s anxieties over time, from sex and gender to race and colonialism…
 
This Reboot Republic talks to Colette Bennett, Economic and Social Analyst with Social Justice Ireland. We discuss what the COVID pandemic has told us about society, about housing, precariousness and community. We also discuss the recent Social Justice Ireland report on housing costs and poverty in Ireland, about the policy failure of the Housing A…
 
It was a pleasure to be joined by economist and PBP member, Brian O'Boyle who along with co-author Kieran Allen, is co-author of a new book 'Tax Haven Ireland'We discuss why they decided to write the book that goes against the mainstream opinion and what they discovered in their investigation into how a small island on the edge of Europe became one…
 
Historian Natalie Livingstone chronicles the unexplored lives of the women who shaped the famous Rothschild banking dynasty. She speaks to Elinor Evans about how – though often excluded in a patriarchal society – they forged their own paths, from influential hostesses to pioneering scientists. (Ad) Natalie Livingstone is the author of The Women of …
 
Richard J Aldrich and Rory Cormac discuss Queen Victoria’s love of espionage and her network of royal intelligence agents Historians Richard J Aldrich and Rory Cormac speak to Emma Slattery Williams about their book The Secret Royals, which explores the connections between espionage and the British monarchy, revealing how Queen Victoria utilised a …
 
This episode sees artist and creator Luis Noguera Benitez share his story about what it was like to be diagnosed with HIV as he was preparing to move countries, and how he uses art to educate and challenge stereotypes. Find Luis at @louisnoguera and if you are in Ireland and want a HIV test please reach out to HIV Ireland.Support us at patreon.com/…
 
This week on the Sunday Special we were joined by Glow West podcast host, Dr Caroline West, Dublin Inquirer reporter, Shamim Malekmian and Adoption Rights and Clann Project co-founder, Claire McGettrick. It was an absolute privilege.We discuss Shamim's latest story about how migrants are denied access to life-saving organ transplants because of the…
 
This week on the Sunday Special we were joined by Glow West podcast host, Dr Caroline West, Dublin Inquirer reporter, Shamim Malekmian and Adoption Rights and Clann Project co-founder, Claire McGettrick. It was an absolute privilege.We discuss Shamim's latest story about how migrants are denied access to life-saving organ transplants because of the…
 
This week on the Sunday Special we were joined by Glow West podcast host, Dr Caroline West, Dublin Inquirer reporter, Shamim Malekmian and Adoption Rights and Clann Project co-founder, Claire McGettrick. It was an absolute privilege.We discuss Shamim's latest story about how migrants are denied access to life-saving organ transplants because of the…
 
This week on the Sunday Special we were joined by Glow West podcast host, Dr Caroline West, Dublin Inquirer reporter, Shamim Malekmian and Adoption Rights and Clann Project co-founder, Claire McGettrick. It was an absolute privilege.We discuss Shamim's latest story about how migrants are denied access to life-saving organ transplants because of the…
 
In the latest episode in our series on history’s biggest topics, Professor Rana Mitter answers your questions about one of the defining events of modern Chinese history. Speaking to Rob Attar, he explores the role of Chairman Mao in the Cultural Revolution, its impact on China’s population and its legacy today. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and…
 
Dominic Sandbrook explains how the Beatles reflected 1960s Britain, from the globalisation of pop culture to a fascination with mysticism The 1960s was a time of transformation, as the grey of postwar Britain gave way to a technicolour youth culture, with screaming teenage fans, an outpouring of merchandise and a deep obsession with pop music. Domi…
 
In this Reboot Republic Podcast Rory talks to Dr Caroline West (host of Glow West) about the issues of gender based violence in the context of the shocking murder of Ashling Murphy.Caroline talks about her own experience, and what men and society as a whole can do to end sexual violence against women. She explains about the retraumatizing of victim…
 
In this Reboot Republic Podcast Rory talks to Dr Caroline West (host of Glow West) about the issues of gender based violence in the context of the shocking murder of Ashling Murphy.Caroline talks about her own experience, and what men and society as a whole can do to end sexual violence against women. She explains about the retraumatizing of victim…
 
We want to express our condolences with the family, friends, students and everyone grieving for Ashling Murphy. Caroline West and Rory Hearne have covered this in much more detail on the tortoise shack member feed HERE Joining us on the podcast is award winning News Reporter with the Irish Daily Mail, Craig Hughes. We discuss his recent coverage of…
 
We want to express our condolences with the family, friends, students and everyone grieving for Ashling Murphy. Caroline West and Rory Hearne have covered this in much more detail on the tortoise shack member feed HERE Joining us on the podcast is award winning News Reporter with the Irish Daily Mail, Craig Hughes. We discuss his recent coverage of…
 
Matthew Gabriele and David M Perry speak to David Musgrove about their book The Bright Ages, which tackles the big themes of the Middle Ages and challenges some widely held views about the history of medieval Europe. (Ad) Matthew Gabriele and David M Perry are the authors of The Bright Ages: A New History of Medieval Europe (HarperCollins, 2021). B…
 
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