Egypt – New podcasts

  • From a Westboro Baptist Church defector and an ex-Hasidic Jew to the world's first ever blogger and teenage class president who confessed to being a pedophile, BBC journalist Andrew Gold takes us away from our comfort zone and into the worlds of people on the edge. New episodes every Wednesday.

    It's been a top Editor Pick for Castbox and Stitcher, who also placed it in their 'What we're listening to'. Andrew has been making documentaries about bizarre, unusual and remarkable people around the world for a decade. He's done battle with an exorcist, taken on anti-abortionists and hunted for UFOs, all while living in six different countries and learning to speak five languages.

    In this podcast, he aims to get to the humanity of people living on the fringes, and introduce these people with diverse ways of looking at the world to the listener. It's not all deep and sad - he aims to get humour and fun out of these people, so the audience can also entertained! Follow him on twitter here @andrewgold_ok and check out his documentaries on his YouTube channel.

    Oh, and please do leave a review - it helps boost it up those charts!

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  • Switch/Flicks is a weekly film & TV review show where podcasters Omar Abbas and Hysum Ismail battle their opinions out in a game of wit and sabotage. The rules are simple. Every time a podcaster yells "SWITCH!!", they have to switch their opinion to the opposite argument.
    Blood will be shed every Monday.
    Swith/Flicks is a Dukkan Media drop.

    May the odds be ever in our favour.

  • Reviewing the latest films and occasionally doing breakdowns.

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  • “As you see, we’re flying over an island. A city. A particular city. And this is a story of a number of people, and a story also of the city itself.”That’s from the opening voice-over of the 1948 movie The Naked City, which was a very big deal when it was made, because it was a rare studio film that was shot entirely, lock stock and barrel, on the streets of New York City. You see, the American motion picture industry began in New York, at the end of the 19th century – Thomas Edison and other early innovators had their laboratories here, and shot their early films in and around Manhattan. But the movies moved to California in the 1910s, and rarely came back. Plenty of films were set in New York… but astonishingly few were shot here. Studios constructed fake New Yorks on their Hollywood backlots; maybe, if they couldn’t fake it, they’d shoot a scene or two in New York, or send a crew to shoot exteriors, or use stock footage. But that all changed with Executive Order No. 10, issued by Mayor John V. Lindsay on May 31, 1966. That document formed the Mayor’s Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting—a one-stop shop intended to eliminate the red tape and copious permits of New York filmmaking, and to lure filmmakers East. It worked - perhaps too well. The problem was, the explosion of production that followed the establishment of the Mayor’s Office in the mid-1960s coincided directly with the beginning of the most troubled period of the city’s history… a quarter-century of rising crime, increasing debt, decreases in public service and servants, and general urban anarchy. And that period was captured over the course of the next two decades, vividly, in the likes of Midnight Cowboy; The French Connection; Death Wish; Dog Day Afternoon; Taxi Driver; The Taking of Pelham 123, The Warriors; Fort Apache, The Bronx; Do the Right Thing; and After Hours—portraits of a city’s decay and downfall, and ones that, ironically enough, might not have existed at all were it not for the incentives provided by the city itself. Now, from the safe distance of a Disney-fied and gentrified Manhattan, these films provide us with a window into a past that’s been razed and replaced by a safer present. 9/11 took a toll on The City… so did the rise of income inequality, rendering New York City, more than ever, a place solely by and for the rich. That shift, and the rapid suburbanization that accompanied it, has left New York nearly indistinguishable from other large American cities. And thus these movies…. become a valuable reminder of what once was. And what we’re witnessing, in the films made in New York, and set in the present, is a conversation of, of connections and reflections between the fictional lives in their foregrounds… and the real lives happening behind them. So in their own unique ways, every great New York movie is an accidental documentary of what The City was - at the precise point of its production, and not a moment longer. All of those movies, taken together, tell their own version of the history of New York. That’s the history we’re here to tell.

  • Drea De Matteo and Chris Kushner, longtime friends and podcast hosts, are done playing by anybody’s rules but their own. These two have always approached life with that gangster mentality – strong, determined, resilient, free-thinkers. And now, they’re starting a podcast that embraces exactly that – Gangster Goddess, a show that refuses to conform to any one thing.

    From Sopranos rehash to sharing their own stories to hearing how their friends and guests overcame adversity, and so much more, De Matteo and Kushner will explore life, love, hardship, and everything in between while providing listeners with the humor, candid conversations, and relatability that they’ve come to know and love.

  • Movie Podcast with Andrew LZ and Ashley. We have a conversation about movie news and reviews full of spoilers. The whole goal for me (Andrew) is to get my sister to rant about something with the news about upcoming movies.

  • In ‘You Should See The Other Guy,’ friends and film lovers Jenn, Sadie, and Samantha make the case for the spurned and rejected characters that rom-com protagonists don’t choose. Should she have seen the other guy? Often, the answer is yes!

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  • A podcast where those who haven't yet achieved their goals or perhaps never got to where they wanted are interviewed.

    Hard work, talent and graft are said to be the way to success but thats not necessarily always the case. This podcast aims to shed some light on the people who are still trying or maybe have given up completely.

    It's easy for those who have achieved their dreams to give advice and inspiration but isn't it more useful to listen to those who aren't living their dream and what they recommend?

    Podcast by runner, swimmer, musician, content creator and blogger Benedict Golde

  • Millennial Mirrors discusses the conflicts between the cultural norms of the region and the personal needs and aspirations of the younger generation. It acknowledges the link between contentment and success, and aims to delve into how to navigate that journey within the cultural norms and value systems that we live in. The aim is not to say any specific path is right or wrong; but to ensure whatever path is followed, is done so with awareness and for the right reasons.

  • Anecdotes, conversations & epiphanies of a young twenty-something who can’t seem to sit still

  • contrary to what is usual, traditional, or accepted; not orthodox.

    this podcast highlights the lives of those who go against the grain and rarely get the chance to share their story.

    for inspirational purposes only.

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    بودكاست يحكي لكم الحكاية من البداية،
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    عبر استضافتنا لضيوفنا المميزين لإثراء ثقافتكم العامة.

    فكونوا معنا.

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  • Ever wonder why you feel stuck? That's the inertia of life. The question is what does it take to break it? Come join us as we speak with explorers, pioneers, and trailblazers as we explore there stories and philosophies that helped them break there inertia in hopes that ultimately we can break ours.

  • We're diving into the deep end of Egypt's societal issues and taking the band-aid off of gender issues. This is not a podcast that believes in the word taboo. We're talking about all the underlying realities of the country that no one else believes is acceptable to bring up. Bending the lines and breaking the barriers, this is Gender Bender.