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The Truth

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The Truth

Jonathan Mitchell

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THE TRUTH makes movies for your ears. They're short stories that are sometimes dark, sometimes funny, and always intriguing. Every story is different, but they all take you to unexpected places using only sound. If you're new, some good starting places are: Silvia's Blood, That's Democracy, Moon Graffiti, Tape Delay, or whatever's most recent. Listening with headphones is encouraged! We're a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX.
 
When meathead hosts Mark & Brad flake out on their long running podcast, it’s up to their crew to keep the show running and make ends meet all while competing against the rest of the shows at their popular internet company. Join Kayla Milton and her not-so-average crew turned cast as they debunk gay myths, explore niche topics, and provide No Dumb Answers.Cast: Kayla Milton, Mariel Salcedo, Zoe Terhune
 
Join Zoe & Parente as they bring you all the HOT TAKES on Lego Masters Australia! Tune in after each episode to hear wrapups, our thoughts, and predictions for future episodes! Feel free to message us on Instagram - @zoepeck_ and @parenteswagking - with your Lego Masters thoughts! https://www.instagram.com/legomasters_deconstructed/ https://twitter.com/lmdthepod https://www.instagram.com/parenteswagking/ https://www.instagram.com/zoepeck_/
 
Join host Margaret Swift Thompson a Hazelden Betty Ford counselor for over 20 years in the field of chemical dependency. Along with her guests they will explore the stories, experiences, struggles and victories of people who loves someone with the disease of addiction. The Embrace Family Recovery Podcast was born out of the passion Margaret feels about giving a voice to the family experience, which is rarely heard, and sadly under served. If you love someone who is addicted, grab a cup of co ...
 
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Radio Gorgeous

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Radio Gorgeous

The UK's Longest Running all Female Podcasters

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The UK’s longest running all women podcasters, Est. 2011: Irreverent and uncensored interviews, life stories, conversations and debate. CULTURE: FOOD: WELLBEING: SEX: COMEDY: AUTHORS “It’s fantastic to have a radio show for women BY women. Not that Radio Gorgeous is worthy or box-ticking. It’s funny, frantic, smart; often profound and just occasionally filthy.” Liz Hoggard – Journalist It was such fun” Lynn Barber – Celebrity Journalist “Pirate Radio for Vogue Readers” Journalist and writer ...
 
A light-hearted look at news and views from the world of planetary science! Brought to you from the Earth and Solar System team at the University of Manchester. Follow us: Twitter: @earthsolarsystm / Facebook: @earthsolarsystem / Instagram: earthandsolarsystem / Blog: earthandsolarsystem.wordpress.com
 
We’re here to talk about the good things in life. You know, the things that affect every aspect of our existence and ultimately make up who we are. Who are you without food, sex, or money? And no, I’m not talking about food, sex, or money in the ways you’re potentially thinking I am. Instead, I’m talking about the things that fuel our bodies, the abundance that our lives can have and the ways in which love, lust, and desire can fuel our inner worlds beyond what we can see. This podcast will ...
 
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The Round, Seattle

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The Round, Seattle

Fremont Abbey Arts Center

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Abbey Arts presents exclusive live recordings from THE ROUND, a music & arts event held monthly in Seattle since 2005. The Round's home venue is Fremont Abbey Arts Center, a nonprofit 501(c)3 venue for intimate concerts, literary & visual arts, storytelling with The Moth, modern dance, and more. Download new recordings including rare collaborations between musicians. Past performers at The Round include: Damien Jurado, Mary Lambert, Rosie Thomas, Jesse Sykes, David Bazan, John Van Deusen (Th ...
 
Are you easily confused by terms like cultural appropriation, cisgender, toxic masculinity, twunk, queer, black girl magic, and woke? Or maybe you’re tired of explaining terms like these and you need a community that gets you! Welcome to Minority Korner, where we take an introspective look at the world. through an intersectional lens. Join James: a queer, political, comedian, self proclaimed, sexy blerd (that’s Black Nerd) and each week he's joined in the Korner by another fabulous minority ...
 
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Frequencies are all around us; everything on this earth vibrates, and even you, right now, are resonating at a frequency between about 5 and 10 hertz. And if all things resonate, then surely they must also be making a sound... so what would that sound be? It's a question that musician, composer and TV presenter, Richard Mainwaring, has been ponderi…
 
In the latest gun violence in the US, six people have been shot dead and more than two dozen have been hospitalised following a shooting at a 4th of July parade in a wealthy suburb of Chicago. Kelsey also talks to Kathryn about President Biden's trip to Europe for the NATO summit where he discussed increasing pressure on Russian President Vladimir …
 
New Zealand's video game industry is at risk of losing out to Australia as game studios look to take advantage of new tax incentives across the Tasman. Companies here are expected to be eligible for a 40% tax break if they move or expand into Australia. The NZ Game Developers Association says this will halt the growth of what has been a fast growin…
 
One of the country's largest hospices says it has cut services and may have to reduce further because of a lack of funding. Totara Hospice in South Auckland, like most other hospices around the country, is partly government funded, but it has an annual shortfall of $5 million, which it tries to make up through its second hand shops and other fundra…
 
Move over Buffy, there's a new vampire slayer on the block after paying a cool $33,000 for a 19th century vampire slaying kit at a recent auction. It originally belonged to Lord Hailey, a British peer and former administrator of British India and the lockable wooden box includes crucifixes, holy water, a bible and more. Hansons Auctioneers' owner C…
 
A well established Auckland barbershop has hung up its razors after struggling to get visas for overseas trained staff, despite the working holiday scheme re-opening. Immigration says 1120 people have arrived in the country on working holiday visas this year, most since applications reopened in March. If foreigners don't come in droves for working …
 
A group of unions, charities and community groups being led by the MindtheGap campaign is urging that employers be required by law to report gender and ethnic paygaps. MindTheGap says an analysis of international data shows women in New Zealad could make an extra $35 a week if the requiremet is introduced. This comes as charities are reporting a gr…
 
Young children don't have much to smile about when dealing with the dental system. A paper out of Otago University says urgent and redical change is needed to address the declining dental health of New Zealand children. It says dental decay is the most prevalent non-communicable disease among children, and more than 60 percent of Māori and Pasifika…
 
Some Qantas passengers are furious at being forced to spend a night at Christchurch airport after their Wellington bound flight was diverted there because the plane arrived past Wellington airport's 1am curfew. Passengers were left stranded at the terminal in the early hours of the morning with no hotel vouchers and no shops open. Ilze Brunette and…
 
Māori organisations across the country are working to get whānau into their own homes. The latest census data shows just 31 percent of Māori own homes, compared to 58 percent of Pākehā. Hundreds have signed up for Ngāi Tahu's programme, Nohaka Rau, which offers skills and advice to get whānau on the road to home ownership. Tessa Guest reports.…
 
The old State Highway 3 through the Manawatū Gorge is closed to traffic for good - but it may be given a new life for walkers, cyclists and horse riders. The road was closed because of potential slips, but many locals hope safety work will see it reopen for recreational users. Manawatū reporter Jimmy Ellingham took a walk around.…
 
The Transport Agency plans to spend more than $50 million tackling risks to its outdated technology that have been rated "critical" for years. Internal reports show it has so far managed to overhaul its advanced traffic management system that helps keep roads safe. However, it has had to go looking for other projects to pause or defer and one resul…
 
The weather system that has caused havoc in Australia is heading to our shores. MetService says the northern and central parts of the country will have a wet week followed by more rain on the weekend. Meanwhile, in the south it will be a mix of sunshine and showers, with strong winds turning colder mid-week. MetService communications meteorologist …
 
Humanity is one small step closer to returning to the Moon this morning, thanks in part to some of New Zealand's top scientific minds. Last night Rocket Lab successfully released NASA's CAPSTONE satellite ten's of thousands of kilometres above the earth, setting it on a path to the Moon. It was the company's first foray into deep space, and ploughs…
 
Occupiers of potentially quake prone buildings are being told that scoring a low safety rating shouldn't necessarily mean they have to evacuate the building. Officials have fast-tracked the release of new guidance for building users due to concerns from occupants, particularly in Wellington. Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment building …
 
The Prime Minister says she's heading into a trade mission in Australia with "realistic" expectations about progress on 501 deportees. Jacinda Ardern is touring Melbourne and Sydney this week to promote trans-tasman trade and business, ahead of her annual bilateral meeting with her counterpart Anthony Albanese. Last month, she said there had been a…
 
More and more vulnerable people are entering rest-homes with hospital-level needs, according to new research. The New Zealand Aged Care Association found people are waiting far too long to get the right type of care, with disparities across the country. Coupled with that is the devastating staffing shortage which they say is worsening by the day. C…
 
A young woman claims a senior male gynaecologist asked if he "had a chance with her" as he carried out a vaginal examination. She says a female nurse, who was also in the room, did not say anything to the doctor. The woman says it was shocking and makes her worry about future appointments. Rosie Gordon reports.…
 
The country's biggest salmon exporter is desperate to start farming in the open ocean away from warming coastal waters that are killing thousands of its fish. A record breaking marine heatwave has hurt the company and there is emerging evidence there could be a repeat next year. New Zealand King Salmon is warning the government it's got to do more …
 
Latest figures show Tairāwhiti has the highest hazardous drinking rate in the country. The report published by Alcohol Healthwatch points out nearly half of those who drink alcohol in the region can be considered hazardous drinkers, compared to the national average of 27.1 percent. Health New Zealand district director Jim Green spoke to Corin Dann.…
 
On today's First Up pod - A 22 year old Danish man suspected of the weekend's shooting in a Copenhagen shopping mall, has appeared in court; Spores that burrow into young cicadas during their long hibernation are beginning to take over control of their bodies and National leader Christopher Luxon takes a trip to Singapore, Ireland and London where …
 
To Wimbledon, where it's day eight of the tennis championships. Australian Nick Kyrgios won against American Brandon Nakashima to reach the quarter-finals American 11th seed Taylor Fritz is also going to the quarter finals, comfortably defeating Australia's Jason Kubler. Elena Rybakina of Kazakhstan, who is seeded 17th, reached the quarter-finals a…
 
Employers are having to dig deeper into their pockets to attract talent - especially in the regions. Data from TradeMe for the June quarter shows wages are continuing to shoot up, with the national average salary up 2 percent year-on-year, to just over $66,000. The number of job listings on the website however, fell 5 percent on the same period las…
 
Auckland's Carmel College is the latest school to tell its students to go back to online learning for the remainder of the term, as Covid and flu run rampant through students and staff. It comes as Covid-19 modellers warn we could be seeing the start of a second wave of Omicron due to the more transmissible BA.5 variant. Joining Nathan is Carmel Co…
 
Each week we get to talk to the deputy leaders of the two largest parties in the country and this morning it's the turn of National's Nicola Willis. I started by asking about her leader Christopher Luxon's trip to Singapore, Ireland and London where he's hoping to get policy ideas that could be applied here in Aotearoa.…
 
Just beneath the soil, a horror story is unfolding that would rival the most gruesome slash and gore pic. Spores that have burrowed into young cicadas during their long hibernation are beginning to take over control of their bodies. These are cordyceps, and they're all around us. To find out more about this fascinating, deadly fungus I spoke with D…
 
In Japan, Tokyo Metropolitan Police have just arrested a 68 year old man who had put his brother's skull out with the recycling. But in my catch up with Chris Gilbert this week, we start with news about a pamphlet with archaic views on the Rainbow community that us being distributed in the lead up to the Japanese elections.…
 
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