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  • From outsiders like a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath to such thought leaders as scholar James Lindsay and feminist Helen Lewis, BBC journalist Andrew Gold takes us away from our comfort zone and into the worlds of people on the edge. New episodes every Monday - with trailers on his Twitter page: @andrewgold_ok ( and Instagram page: @andrewgold_ok ( . 

    With an open mind and a wry sense of humour, Andrew alternates the theme of guest. Some weeks it'll be with somebody totally 'on the edge' - whether it be the woman who married a sociopathic bigamist or the Australian Coffin Confessor, who is paid to reveal secrets at funerals . Other episodes will have interviews with such leading minds as Conservative peer Lord Daniel Finkelstein and feminist Helen Pluckrose.

    It was picked in Apple's prestigious New & Noteworthy category and has been a top Editor Pick for Castbox and Stitcher, who also placed it in their 'What we're listening to'. Get in touch or leave a review - it helps boost it up those charts!

    About the Host: 

    Andrew is an award-winning journalist and TV presenter who has been making documentaries about bizarre, unusual and remarkable people around the world for a decade. He's done battle with an exorcist 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 diverse figures to the listener. 

  • Cops and Writers is an informative, and sometimes humorous podcast primarily for crime writers that are serious about creating accurate and believable police stories. Your host Sergeant Patrick O'Donnell worked the street as a cop and sergeant in one of the biggest police departments in America for over 25 years. Now retired, he is an author, consultant, public speaker, and podcaster here to help you write your best crime-related story.O'Donnell will conduct in-depth interviews with members of state, federal, and local law enforcement and civilian experts in police procedure getting the questions you want to be answered regarding the often misunderstood and misrepresented world of police procedure and police culture. O’Donnell will also be interviewing crime fiction writers and writers from all different genres that have police procedures in their stories on the show. They will be discussing what works for them in the ever-changing landscape of book sales and publishing.If you like candid stories told with cop humor and lots of technical details about the world the police live in, come ride along with O'Donnell and his guests as they give you an exclusive peek behind the yellow tape.

  • Comics critic Douglas Wolk ("All of the Marvels") and guests take a weekly trip through the Marvel Comics history of Doctor Doom: hero of Latveria, master of science and sorcery, roboticist supreme, and arch-rival of the Fantastic Four's accursed Reed Richards. The Voice of Latveria is a project of the Cynthia Von Doom Memorial Foundation. Our motto: "We will always tell you the truth... as Doom sees it."

  • Let’s take a ride down the rabbit hole of horrible songs. Some are popular, some went platinum but all of them make us want to die.

  • A podcast about travel, art, lifestyle.

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  • Join The Clairvoyant from the Whedonverse Podcast and his co-host Bloody Brodie as they battle monsters from the bargain bin!

  • The Loupe Podcast was created to supplement education in plastic surgery as a means by which everyone can easily access free content. One major goal is to focus on leaders who deserve recognition for being incredible educators and allowing us to deliver diversity into this field with this new platform for education. We are so excited to begin transforming what it means to be an educator and deliver an incredible product and hopefully improve your experience either in medical school, residency, fellowship or in your career. Co-Founders: Morgan Martin, MD; Greta Davis. Core Hosts: Sanam Zahedi, MD; Brian Bassiri, MD; Casey Sheck, DO. Medical Student Committee:Sara Kebede (Committee Head), Zain Aryanpour, Secretary.Music: Alec Fisher, MD

  • Two world champion dancers discuss the glitz, glamour, sweat and tears of the wonderful world of professional dancing. She's Just a Dancer takes a look behind the scenes and discovers what it took successful female dancers to reach the top of their game. Fun episodes about the glittery side of dancing alternate with some real talk about discrimination, eating disorders and psychological pressures of a professional dancer's career and make the listener realise just what it takes to be successful in our world.

  • Join us on the CNJ Pod each week for lively discussions with some of Camden's most interesting and noteworthy characters. Your hosts are Bronwen Weatherby, Calum Fraser and Dan Carrier, journalists at the Camden New Journal.Twitter: @cnjpod Facebook: @TheCNJPod

  • A watch nerd at heart, George Bamford has come across and worked with many wonderful watches throughout his life and career. This series explores the oddball watches, the weird and wonderful pieces that inspire and push the boundaries. Chatting to an array of watch and design enthusiasts, George asks what makes their heart beat faster, their eyebrows raise or simply makes them smile.

  • Outstanding screenwriters, TV writers-showrunners, directors, producers, actors, executives agents managers and other cultivators of truth and beauty discuss their creative process with Tom Benedek.

  • Conversations on how to make a life doing what you love, with people who make their lives doing what they love.

  • Exploring the space between the mundane and the meaningful by engaging books, films, and albums together.

  • Wilde’s literary reputation has survived so much that I think it proof against any exhumation of articles which he or his admirers would have preferred to forget. As a matter of fact, I believe this volume will prove of unusual interest; some of the reviews are curiously prophetic; some are, of course, biassed by prejudice hostile or friendly; others are conceived in the author’s wittiest and happiest vein; only a few are colourless. And if, according to Lord Beaconsfield, the verdict of a continental nation may be regarded as that of posterity, Wilde is a much greater force in our literature than even friendly contemporaries ever supposed he would become. It should be remembered, however, that at the time when most of these reviews were written Wilde had published scarcely any of the works by which his name has become famous in Europe, though the protagonist of the æsthetic movement was a well-known figure in Paris and London.

  • “Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten”     – Neil Gaiman

    Books are considered to be one of the most loyal friends and a great educator too. Books of all shapes and sizes are a powerful medium when it comes to children as they help them to understand the world around them, teach them important moral lessons, and fill them with optimism. Reading storybooks help children to have a vivid imagination, understanding of words, develop social skills, and stimulate curiosity. Reading and listening to books plays an important role in the all-round development of a child.

    In this podcast, "Chimes Bookshelf", we pick up a book from our library and review it for your little readers. The selected books are often the greatest books ever written for children and are hugely popular amongst readers of all age groups. So join us on this exciting journey of literary discovery and in the process, develop the habit of reading in your kids by offering them the best content to read.

    Listen to our podcast, "Chimes Bookshelf", and enjoy it whenever you want by downloading the Free Chimes Radio mobile apps – available on Google and Apple App stores.  

  • To help modern parents bring the joy of literature in their kid’s life, we bring to you this special short podcast “ Let’s Read A Poem: Best Poems For Kids”. We pick classic poems that kids are going to love and enjoy. In each episode, we read a selective poem emphasizing different words and phrases and also providing a brief summary of the lyrical ballad to help our young listeners understand its deeper meaning. The narration style adds to the overall charm to make it fun for the younger age-groups to listen to. 

    We all have grown up listening to Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Baa Baa Black Sheep, Johnny Johnny Yes Papa, and many other poems that have been passed on from generations. And you must have noticed the excitement and delight on a child's face when they listen to rhymes and musical poems. The rhythms and the repetition of words in a poem excite small children to groove and sing along. 

    Besides being great on your ears, poems also offer tons of other benefits. According to psychologists, poem helps in several developmental benefits for listeners, especially kids, like language development, speaking skills, and self-expression. The repetitions of words in a poem helps to build strong memory skills and retention power in children. 

    So join us in this lyrical journey as we explore the world of classic (and sometimes contemporary) poems for kids.

    All the episodes of this podcast, " Let's Read A Poem: Best Poems For Kids", can be enjoyed on the Free Chimes Radio mobile apps – available on Google and Apple App stores. 

  • A podcast dedicated to coffee and specialty roasts from India.

    Join me on a journey as we explore brewing methods, equipment, flavor profiles and the process behind an enjoyable cup of coffee.

    Seasonal and small batch coffee will be the focus of this podcast while we interact with coffee experts, producers and roasters from India.

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  • Bliss of the Abyss is a weekly podcast hosted by Robert Neumark Jones aka Ruskin Denmark. Unique, hilarious, off-the-wall and off the planet, it's your weekly dose of hilarious insanity you never knew you needed until now..

    If you enjoyed, please consider helping to support the show so that I can keep making it

  • The Singapore Noodles podcast features host Pamelia Chia, founder of Singapore Noodles, engaging in open, honest conversations with people who are keeping Singaporean food heritage alive in their own ways. Join us to learn about how we can take an active role in preserving and embracing our Singaporean food heritage and culture.

  • David McCullough was encouraged by the success of his first book, The Johnstown Flood, but he was still faced with a difficult decision, to trade a steady and satisfying job for the insecurities of life as a full-time writer with a growing family to support. With his wife's encouragement, he took the plunge and has never looked back.

    Today he is a best-selling author, and one of America's most distinguished historians. He has received not one but two Pulitzer Prizes, for John Adams and for Truman, both biographies of Presidents of the United States.

    He has also won two National Book Awards, for The Path Between the Sees: The Creation of the Panama Canal, and Mornings on Horseback, the story of young Theodore Roosevelt's struggle to manhood. His voice has long been familiar to public television audiences as the narrator of The Civil War and The Great Bridge (adapted from his own book on the building of the Brooklyn Bridge); his words have brought history to life for millions.

    David McCullough spoke to the Academy students at the 1989 Achievement Summit in San Francisco about his career.

  • Every Monday, go behind the scenes with the world's greatest storytellers. Hosted by CE Albanese, Mike Houtz, and Sean Cameron.