Scoopet som försvann  

I november 1984 försvinner Cats Falck spårlöst och våren 1985 hittas hon död i Hammarbyhamnen. Tjugo år senare går journalisten Christoph Andersson igenom hennes gamla anteckningar. Det visar sig att Cats Falck hittat en tråd som ledde till topphemlig och statsunderstödd smuggling. Sommaren 1984 följer tv-journalisten Cats Falck med spänning tullens och polisens utredning om smuggling av datorer, närmare bestämt från USA till Sovjet via ett litet företag i Täby. Det skulle kanske kunna bli hennes biljett till en kommande karriär som fast anställd reporter på Rapport. "Om man bara kunde få glutta i de dokument som beslagtogs ... vore lyckan fullständig", noterar Cats i sitt reporterblock. Tack vare smugglingsrutten hade amerikanska hård- och mjukvaror levererats till ASEA:s kraftverksbyggen i Sovjet. Cats Falck var mycket intresserad av hur ett stort företag som ASEA kunde figurera i sammanhanget. Hon hittar kopplingar mellan ASEA och ett märkligt företag i DDR vid namn AHB-Elektronik.I dokumentären "Scoopet som försvann" söker Christoph Andersson svaret på frågan vad Cats Falck höll på att nysta upp. Programmet sändes första gången 2004.

Cats Falck  

Producerat av Kristofer Hansson. Journalisten och Rapportmedarbetaren Cats Falck försvinner spårlöst i slutet av 1984 tillsammans med sin väninna Lena Gräns. Först ett halvår senare hittas de båda kvinnorna döda när man finner deras bil på botten i Hammarbyhamnen i Stockholm. Fallet avskrivs som en olycka men det dröjer inte lång tid innan spekulationerna drar igång. Var det verkligen en olycka? Som journalist kan Cats Falck ha kommit över så känsligt material att hon bragts om livet. P3 Dokumentär skildrar fallet Cats Falck som under åren förknippats med mordkommandon från DDR, smuggling från Sverige, och de som från början hävdat att det hela var en tragisk olycka en kall novemberkväll 1984. (mer info på

Ep 3 | Sam Mac  

In episode three of You've Gotta Start Somewhere (#YGSS), Sunrise weather presenter, Sam Mac talks about how a room full of middle-aged women helped get him his first job in radio, why he takes the scatter-gun approach to content, why people constantly ask him for relationship advice even though he's a single man with two cats and why he often forgets he's a weather man.

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Episode 181: Bros Before Bows  

WALLOPING HOWDY and welcome to episode 181, in which Pip, Chris and Tom S gather to very carefully not spoil Mass Effect: Andromeda, Future Unfolding and Nier: Automata. THEN, questions! What would truly advanced AI do to games? Football clubs running esports teams? Best cats in games? What is co-op? Plus, another grudge! Keep ‘em [...]

Episode 75:  Goodbye to “Elephant and Piggie,” and Getting to Know Gorsuch  

Mo Willems, the children’s-book author who created the “Elephant and Piggie” series, stands alongside America’s literary greats. The fiction writer Rivka Galchen is moved to tears when she reads his books to her daughter. Also this week, Jill Lepore explains what the judicial philosophy known as originalism means and talks about how liberal Supreme Court Justices are trying to reclaim history for their decisions. And, at a new facility at J.F.K. Airport, dogs, cats, and even racehorses spend their layovers in style.

Geelong Cats 2017 Season Primer  

We take a look at what's ahead for the Geelong Cats in 2017. Who will we look to for a big season? Who's head will be on the chopping block? What will be the danger games, as well as the off field issues that they may be facing. All that and more in this episode!

Chuck Klosterman & Kevin Avery  

Also Frank Conniff, Professor Corey Brettschneider, and Comedian Erik Bransteen.  Author Chuck Klosterman tells us why Chuck Berry will one day become synonymous with Rock. Kevin Avery describes the worst bomb in comedy history. Frank Conniff on his cats. Professor Corey Brettschneider on Neil Gorsuch, Trump's recent pick for the Supreme Court. Comic Erik Bransteen on surviving Trump. Chuck Klosterman is an American author and essayist who has written books and essays focused on American popular culture. He has been a columnist for Esquire and and wrote "The Ethicist" column for The New York Times Magazine. Klosterman is the author of nine books, including two novels and the essay collection Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs: A Low Culture Manifesto. His latest book is But What If We're Wrong?: Thinking About the Present As If It Were the Past. Kevin Avery is a stand up comedian and a writer on HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. He recently won a Writers Guild award for his work on that show. He has also had the distinction of being the head writer on the critically acclaimed and criminally short FX original series, Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell. His other television writing credits include VH1′s Best Week Ever. Originally from San Francisco, CA, Kevin’s high-energy brand of stand up has been called “as rare and magical as a sparkle-unicorn doing West Side Story choreography under a liquid light show,” by the SF Weekly. Frank Conniff is heard daily on Sirius XM's Tell Me Everything hosted by John Fugelsang. Professor Corey Brettschneider is a professor of constitutional law at Brown University and his latest article in Time Magazine is entitled, “Neil Gorsuch’s Dissertation Opposes Same Sex Marriage.” Eric Bransteen plays comedy clubs and colleges all over America and has been seen on Fox, CBS, Time Out NY, and heard on Sirius XM Radio. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. More David @ Tune in every Tuesday and Friday for brand new episodes of our show featuring a diverse mixture of comedians, actors, professors, comedy writers and journalists talking about your world. More about David: David writes for Triumph The Insult Comic Dog's series on Hulu and Maya and Marty on NBC. David has also won three Prime Time Emmys for comedy writing, as well as four Writers Guild Awards. He has also written on ABC's Roseanne, HBO's Dennis Miller Live, HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Academy Awards, The Emmys, and countless roasts on Comedy Central. Get Social With David: Facebook: Twitter: Subscribe to his audio podcast: iTunes: Become a subscriber to our podcast! When you join for only a $5 monthly subscription donation you’ll gain access to the David Feldman Premium Content, featuring bonus material from the funniest comedians who have been guests on the show. We accept all major credit cards. Join today and help support the show!  

9 | Upper West Blues: A Black Cat Murder Mystery - Part Two  

The plot thickens as all of the tenants present their theories of who killed poor Mrs. Chase. We meet a few more of this colorful and rather discontented community. George gets closer to Ellie, as Detective Miller closes in on her as his most likely suspect. And Louis proves that cats do, indeed, have nine lives. New to Secrets, Crimes & Audiotape? Don't miss the next episode: subscribe today at Thank you to our sponsors: Blue Apron - Get 3 meals free on your first order when you visit them here: Sleep Number - Save $600 on the Sleep Number I8 bed when you visit them at an authorized Sleep Number store. And don't forget to tell them that David From Secrets, Crimes & Audiotape sent you. Zip Recruiter - Try Zip Recruiter and post your jobs for free when you visit them here: Check out the great new products from Dove Men + Care essentials: We'd like to hear from you. Find us on Twitter @SecretsCrimes or, and please complete a quick survey at Have a question or comment? You can always email us at or give us a call at 424-224-5711

Top To Bottom: Confident Koeman, Mindful Mazzarri and Dithering David  

Hosts Neil Atkinson and John Gibbons are joined by David Downie from The Blue Room website and podcast. In an extended chat about both of the cities Premier League teams, we first look at Everton's impressive form in 2017, how they continue to dismiss those below them in the league and the goal scoring form, as well as recent comments, of Romalu Lukaku. However the next test for this Everton side is beating the teams above them in the table. Can this developing side now banish previous insecurities and really turn up away at one of the top six? Next up is Liverpool at Anfield.... Liverpool have no problems playing well against the top teams, and they got a good point at Manchester City on Sunday afternoon. We analyse an exhilarating game of football and what it says about the strengths and weaknesses of both sides. On the phone we are joined firstly by Bradley Hayden from Watford FC Blog. A poor run of form has got The Hornets looking nervously over their shoulder and contemplating a relegation battle that they maybe aren't mentally prepared for. Should Watford follow the lead of many of the teams behind them and look to change their manager before it is too late? Finally we are joined by Stephen Goldsmith from Sunderland podcast Wise Men Say. Sunderland have been here before, but it looks like The Black Cats might finally have run out of lives and on their way down. We speak to Stephen about the lack of plan and strange decisions of manager David Moyes.

"I lost a glove"  

Tony opens the show by talking about the play in games, picking brackets, and the Wizards loss to Dallas. He gets NCAA bracket picks from Barry Svrluga, Howard Fineman, and Seth Davis, and they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Rock Cats Rock " Prison Break" 'Machete "Black Jettas"

The OTT Podcast: KSR Best Callers Bracket  

Bracket Mania has hit the OTT Podcast in unfamiliar fashion.  Fake Barney, Mr. and Mrs. Tyler created a bracket to see who is the best regular KSR caller.  On the podcast and in the bracket, see if Fake Barney pulls a Duke and wins, as well as... --  How the idea for the KSR Caller Bracket came together. — Who we had to leave out. — A breakdown of the regions. — A stunning upset. — A preview of the Sweet 16 matchups and our thoughts about the Cats’ run in the actual tournament. ...and much, much more. To listen, just subscribe to "Kentucky Sports Radio" on iTunes or stream on Podbay. Also, be sure to check out our new sponsor, "The Unforgettable Fairytale," a children's book inspired by The Unforgettables by Temple Sites. Go to and use the promo code KSR to save 10% off the book and share the inspiring tale with your little wildcats.

Coping with Deep Uncertainty: jellyfish, super-storms and nuclear stewardship [Audio]  

Speaker(s): Professor Leonard Smith, Dr Trevor Maynard, Professor Robert Rosner | Science gives us predictions and probabilities that are sometimes remarkably accurate. And sometimes not. Our ability to use scientific information in decision-making is explored in a variety of real world contexts, from monitoring the risks jellyfish pose to nuclear power stations, to framing policy on carbon emissions to avoid dangerous climate change. Interestingly, it turns out that scientific evidence can be both useful in decision-making and fundamentally misleading from a mathematical point of view. Is the challenge in the maths? In the science? Or with the decision- makers? Leonard Smith is Director of the LSE Centre for the Analysis of Time Series (CATS). His research focuses on real world challenges to academic concepts of nonlinear dynamical systems and predictability. This includes the role of probability in decision support, and the implications uncertainty, ambiguity and ignorance hold when relating mathematical results to reality. He is a Selby Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science and received the Royal Meteorological Society's Fitzroy Prize for his contributions to applied meteorology. He is author of Chaos: A Very Short Introduction (2007). He received his PhD (Physics) from Columbia University. Currently a Professor of Statistics at LSE, he has also been a Senior Research Fellow (mathematics) of Pembroke College, Oxford since 1992. Trevor Maynard is Head of Innovation at Lloyd’s of London. Robert Rosner is the William E. Wrather Distinguished Service Professor in the Departments of Astronomy & Astrophysics and Physics, and in the Harris School of Public Policy Studies, at the University of Chicago. Brian Hoskins is Chair of the Grantham Institute at Imperial College, and Professor of Meteorology at the University of Reading. The Centre for the Analysis of Time Series (CATS) (@CATS_LSE) was established in 2000 and is based within the Department of Statistics at LSE. The School has a long and distinguished history in time series analysis and as part of its strategic plan has invested heavily in developing a world-class centre of excellence in this area. LSE Works is a series of public lectures, that will showcase some of the latest research by LSE's academic departments and research centres. In each session, LSE academics will present key research findings, demonstrating where appropriate the implications of their studies for public policy. A list of all the LSE Works lectures can be viewed at LSE Works.

ep 88: Joel McHale  

This week Anna and Sim sit down with one of the coolest cats in Hollywood, Joel McHale (THE SOUP, COMMUNITY, THE GREAT INDOORS)! They talk about the Seahawks, facial hair and who they would cast to play themselves in a movie! Then after some Deal Breakers and How Would You Proceeds, the gang calls Matthew, who's wondering how to be friends with his ex, and Isabella, who's a college RA with a crush on a resident! You don’t want to miss this one!

Tasting menu: Audio highlights from the March 11th 2017 edition  

This week: Quantum leaps for quantum physics, the fat cats of Istanbul and a decline in Britain’s youth crime

The Cat Calling Edition - Week 10  

We talk about the Dutch government's response to the Turkish referendum, more on marijuana and naming Geert Wilders's cats. In our discussion, it's all the news ahead of next week's election.

English Kids’ Songs: Easy Videos for Beginners #13 - How Not to Play with Cats for Kids with Cats  

Learn English with! This series is an easy way to improve your child’s English level and discover new music at the same time. Learn the song’s key words and phrases, then add it to your playlist to master it 100%. By listening over and over, [...]

Episode 15A - International Women's Day (feat guest host Denise Pirko)  

In which Denise and Jeremy and a horde of piano-playing cats discuss International Women's Day and related issues.

Link: International Women's Day: Five reasons life is hard for women in 2017 (and what you can do to improve it)

The KSR Baseball Podcast: Episode 2 with Nick Mingione  

Kentucky baseball  head coach Nick Mingione joined Trey Huntsman and coach Keith Madison in the second episode of the KSR Baseball Podcast to discuss an historic week for UK Baseball.  The Cats went 5-0, swept a team from last year's College World Series, Riley Mahan was SEC Player of the Week and they broke ground on the new baseball stadium.  The trio discussed it all in the 30-minute interview, including: --  Madison's reaction when Mitch Barnhart handed him a shovel at the groundbreaking. --  The new stadium's amenities and what it will do for the program. --  Why Mingione change the schedule to front-loadit with a difficult road trip to North Carolina. --  What it meant to get Evan White back in the lineup. You can easily listen on the KSR App, available on iTunes and Google Play.  You can also get it directly to your phone by subscribing to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, streaming on Podbay, or via Android’s Podcast Addict app.

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