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The 8-Bit & Retro podcast explores video game world record topics in speed-running and high scores. The goal is to help causal or mid level gamers become more educated and interested in this area of gaming. There is a featured game each week that is reviewed and explored from a casual perspective and then a featured guest that is an expert on that game is interviewed for further exploration. The show is hosted by multi world record holder and video game educator 8-Bit Steve. The co-host of t ...
 
Listen, subscribe, download the goodness http://acidboost.com/ http://boogie417.tumblr.com/ http://soundcloud.com/discomafiacrew http://www.last.fm/music/Boogie417 http://www.undergroundflavours.com http://www.mixcloud.com/discomafiacrew Follow us on Twitter: boogie_417 Facebook: boogie417 Currently Music Range: From: Electro House// Dirty Electro // Funky House// Ducth House// New School Breaks// New School Acid Breaks// Funky Electro Breaks// Fidget// Tech house// Prog house.// Techno// Cu ...
 
What does it take to run a small creative business? What even is a "back end"? It can be a bit of a mess; we know, because we run them. This podcast goes behind the scenes, providing in-depth conversations with other photographers and wedding creatives on how they approach things. Even during a global pandemic.
 
Hi my name is DJ Mike Speed, I'm 47 and live in West Yorkshire near Leeds. I've been dj'ing since about 1986. Started off in a youth club playing all kinds of stuff, but early acid house, hip house and classic british hip hop kept appearing in the mix, this is when I started to collect 12" vinyl with my twin brother, there was the odd bit of cheese added at times! In the late part of 1991 we both got shows on the local pirate radio station Wacky FM, I played 9 while midnight every Friday nig ...
 
This book was written originally for children, but the adults in Steve's test audience also enjoyed it. The book tells the story of a boy who is a bit of a loner at school and in life. His home life is also a bit in tatters since his mum died. The book takes up the story when he discovers something in the woods, near where he lives, little does he know where his discovery will take him, but the title of the book gives you an idea, what will he find there? Will he still be alone? Dare you joi ...
 
Steve Stevens started in the music world when he was 8 years old, at what time he was taking singing courses with the Petits Chanteurs de Laval, directed by Gregory Charles. Thereafter, he took courses in Latin International Dance Sport, which contributed in developing his taste for tribal and latino which expressed itself in his mixes and podcasts. In 1998, he began dance teaching in big parties with 700 to 2000 attendees, which occurred every Saturday night. From year 2000 on, the animatio ...
 
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Bradley Staubes is a busy and multi-faceted musician frequently performing all around Oslo and beyond. As a keyboard player, he is the Music Director and Organist at The American Lutheran Church in Frogner. Bradley is one of the busiest freelance organists in the city, and plays over 100 different weddings, funerals, special services and concerts e…
 
Steve Hofstetter is a standup comedian with over 150 million views on YouTube and 600,000 subscribers as well as over 500 million views on Facebook and 500,000 followers. His book "Ginger Kid" was a top 5 pick on Amazon. Steve has also appeared on CBS' "Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson", Showtime's "White Boyz in the Hood", VH1's "Countdown", Sun…
 
It's another #SoloSaturday! Today, Snoopy is in my studio with me as we talk about love songs from the 80's, our road trip today, the trouble with Spotify, Snoopy's weirdness and her beautiful accent. Please ignore the long silent parts as Snoopy gives me the famous Norwegian Blank Stare every time I try to be funny.…
 
Mike Speed | React Radio Uk | 201120Friday Night Live | 8pm-10pmFree2Dance ReRun +1House & Breakbeat - ’90-’93www.reactradio.ukShow 085Mixed on Pioneer CDJ900NXSPossessed | Awesome 3 | Something Out Of Nothing Mix | 1991 | A&M PMI Want You (Forever) | DJ Carl Cox | Full On Mix | 1991 | PerfectoGood Friend | Paris Red | Ultimix Mix | 1991 | Dance Po…
 
Robin Ince sits down for a chat with Steve Jones, Emeritus Professor of Human Genetics at UCL. Steve is one of the foremost and most popular science writers on the subject of evolution and genetics and is also a world-leading expert on snails. To view previous episodes in the Genetics Shambles series head to Cosmicshambles.com Follow us on Twitter …
 
SEAT is an independent, nonpartisan organization with no affiliation with the tax compliance industry. The mission of SEAT is to provide an educational platform for individuals, politicians, governments, academics and professionals about the potentially damaging effects of U.S. extraterritorial taxation on U.S. EXPATS. Laura Snyder (President) Laur…
 
Inia James is an Australian living in Norway. He is a film maker and producer, video producer, writer, Brazilian Ju Jitsu practitioner and owner of the film production company Who Dares. In this episode, we talk about Inia's journey from early YouTuber to film producer. Inia gives some great tips on how to pitch a product to film and tv companies, …
 
We look back over our favourite bits from the podcast over the year, from dark family secrets revealed by genetic testing to the secret scientific history of bird poop. Jack Nunn - hidden family secrets revealed Listen to the full episode The bird poop boom Listen to the full episode Ewen’s angry birds Listen to the full episode Darwin’s finches Li…
 
Eirik Sørvik is a standup comedian. We talk about being raised in rural areas and growing up to take advantage of the opportunities that city life provides. Eirik and I also talk about the growth we have gained and what we experience individually when we do things that force us outside of our comfort zone. The Norwegian news media often talks about…
 
The Phone Book still exists?! Taking photos for your Doctor, a brilliant 'Or Not' quiz, the Coronavirus vaccine and we try the Belper (U.K. town) MOO!email: hello@richieandreedy.com to be a part of the Richie and Reedy listeners club*. *No annual subscription required. Club entry does not entitle you to any major store discounts or guarantee extra …
 
Robin Ince sits down for a chat with Aoife McLysaght, Professor in the Molecular Evolution Laboratory of the Smurfit Institute of Genetics, University of Dublin, Trinity College and one of the 2018 Royal Institution Christmas Lecturers. This series of Genetics Shambles is presented in association with The Genetics Society and The Milner Centre for …
 
Antwon Taylor is a film producer, screenwriter and author. Listen to my conversation with Antwon, and you will be inspired by his life story. Antwon struggled for a bit in the beginning of this episode, but when he relaxed and felt more comfortable, he revealed some parts of his background and personal history that left me amazed at the force of hi…
 
Tim Wright -- aka CoLD SToRAGE -- composed music for the game Pacer, which is an anti-gravity racing game with elements of combat. It’s a spiritual successor to the Wipeout series which started in the mid-90s, and Tim wrote the music for 3 of the Wipeout games. It was a pleasure to speak with Tim! He has an extensive catalog available on Bandcamp t…
 
Mike Speed | React Radio Uk | 061120Friday Night Live | 8pm-10pmReturn Of The Speedy 90's Stomperswww.reactradio.ukShow 084Mixed on Original Vinyl & Traktor Scratch Vinyl on the 1210'sFeels So High | Sound Environment | Freaky Frenzy | 1994 | Higher State RecordsI Believe | Happy Clappers | Red Jerry Mix | 1995 | ShindigKeep On Jumpin' | Lisa Marie…
 
Lena Kralicek is an entrepreneur and owner of the House of Mindful Movement. She is an NLP Master Practitioner, yoga instructor and, a rehabilitation personal trainer and a former professional alpine skier. We talk about self-help and the holistic path towards self-healing, as well as the importance of being as physically, mentally and spiritually …
 
ANTIC Episode 72 - Pick and Place In this episode of ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Computer Podcast… we have as a guest Mr. Gavin Haubelt who runs the Vintage Computer Center and who is feverishly producing #FujiNets for the Atari community, Brad as the host of this episode shows why he’s considered the master of segues, and we talk about all the new hardw…
 
Anyone who has worked with DNA in the laboratory is undoubtedly familiar with the polymerase chain reaction - PCR, as it’s usually known. Invented in 1985, PCR is an indispensable molecular biology tool that can replicate any stretch of DNA, copying it billions of times in a matter of hours, providing enough DNA to use in sequencing or further rese…
 
Today is Election Day in the United States of America, and I am solo and unscripted. I talk about my recent and upcoming media appearances, and the (forgotten?) American value - that every voice counts, and every voice has a right to be heard. Where are American and democratic values to be found in the current obvious efforts at voter suppression i…
 
England Brooks is an entertainer, vocalist and radio personality. Check out her new radio show "A Gooveng Hour With England Brooks", which premiers on 21 November. It will be broadcast on the Bodø, Norway radio station FM 8000 Bodø 90.9, and it will be streamed worldwide. You can also find her music on Spotify. We talk about music, life, family and…
 
Jim Tittsler, Atari 1600 prototype Jim Tittsler got my attention with a tweet, an old photo of a computer in a PC-style case, connected to Atari joysticks and disk drive. In the tweet, Jim wrote: "A prototype of what we hoped would become the #atari 1600: an Atari 800 grafted on to an IBM PC compatible. A Jekyll/Hyde mashup allowing you to plug in …
 
We break down routing in this episode. While routing is an expansive topic we do our best to give insight and our own personal experiences. We interviewed the legendary high score expert Tom Votava. We talk with Tom about his historic records and also delve into his own experiences with routing games, specifically the dreaded Adventures of Bayou Bi…
 
Hear composer Jesse Harlin talk about his music for Mafia: Definitive Edition. The game is a remake of the first Mafia game, which came out in 2002, but with completely new music written by Jesse. We’ve had Jesse on the show twice before; once was for Yoku’s Island Express in 2018 and in 2016, Jesse was on Level to talk about his work on Mafia 3. T…
 
Whenever the topic of genetics is mentioned this is always a question of ethics not far behind. Whether that is in Stem Cell research, genetic modification or even basic healthcare. In this show Robin chats to two experts in the field. Dr Sarah Chan is Chancellor’s Fellow in Ethics and Science Communicator in The Usher Institute at the University o…
 
This was such a generous conversation. We discuss working in teams, systems, longievity, engagement, making people feel welcome. And geek out about productivity software! Also, USE A PASSWORD MANAGER! Mentioned: Revue - great email software Zapier - if you know you know Airtable I had a bit of an audio buzz in a lot of this ep that I had to remove …
 
Dan Noguerol (Farb): Atari 8-bit Software Preservation Initiative Two interviews with the same person, recorded more than four years apart. Dan Noguerol is better known to the Atari community as Farb. He is the mastermind behind the Atari 8-bit Software Preservation Initiative, and years ago created SIO2Arduino, an Arduino-based disk drive emulator…
 
Thirty years ago this month saw the birth of one of the most audacious research programmes in biology: The Human Genome Project, an ambitious plan to read the DNA sequence of the entire human genome. Ten years later, in June 2000 - after billions of dollars, countless hours of DNA sequencing, and a huge amount of effort from an international collab…
 
Meredith Reese is a Case Manager for a women's facility for addiction services in Northeastern Ohio. We talk about black representation, and the lack of it, in certain sectors of society in the United States. I ask her for her opinion on the social atmosphere, politics and race relations in Ohio.By johnalanpod
 
Genetic technologies are improving all the time. Not just in sequencing, but in ways that improve our lives. From better crops to curing diseases. And, by pure chance, just hours before we went live with this show it was announced that Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna had won the 2020 Nobel Prize for chemistry for their work with CRISPR a…
 
It's Tiffy Tuesday again on The Comin' Home Podcast with John Alan! Today, I take on the sideman role as Tiffy leads a discussion with Lauren White. Lauren is a poet, author, engineer, fellow artistic soul sister and the newest Loyal Oak Artist. She is the author of the book "Sunshine and Whisky" (available on Amazon), and her next book "Innocently…
 
Erica Antoniotti is a Precinct Election Official in Summit County, Ohio. She is also a licensed attorney, marathon runner, and owner two businesses. There is a lot of fiction about our election process that is being put out there from the top of our leadership. We talk about this and put out some facts for the listeners of #TheCominHomePodcastWithJ…
 
In this episode we’re taking a road trip from Philadelphia to Baltimore, exploring stories of chromosomal cut-and-paste, cancer cures and Henrietta Lacks’ incredible cancer cells. Studying human cells in the lab allows us to understand more about how they work, investigate the causes of disease, and design new treatments. But growing cells in the l…
 
Mental Illness Awareness Week 2020 in the United States began on Sunday, October 4 and ends on Saturday, October 10. On this #TiffyTuesday we talk about how mental illness, including depression and anxiety, manifests itself in our day to day lives. Tiffy and I share how we recognize it and how we deal with the challenge, while we also encourage lis…
 
I love the Spiritfarer soundtrack. It was a pleasure to talk with Max LL about his music for Spiritfarer. We also talk about Jøtun and Sundered. All three are made by Thunder Lotus Games in Montreal in Quebec in Canada. It's worth repeating: I love this soundtrack. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! Please consider supporting Level with Emily on …
 
Every couple of months we gather a new panel of experts for a Q&A on where things are at with our current understanding of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With so much misinformation out there it’s important that you, the public and viewers, get a change to ask a panel of experts directly and unfiltered. For this, volume 3 of our COVID-19 Q&As Robin…
 
It's #TiffyTuesday again. If you are a fan of college sports, you know that the scholarship athletes generate billions of dollars for their schools and for the NCAA. Are these players properly compensated for their contribution? Tiffy and I discuss it. This Tiffy Tuesday episode is being released on a Thursday. The reason for that is a combination …
 
This episode's topic is muscle memory. We discuss the amazing things that muscle memory allows runners to do, how it can be developed, and how it allows runners to achieve nearly impossible feats. Our guest this episode is Slackanater, world record holder of Jaws and Kung Fu on NES. We pal around quite a bit, discuss his very unique, fun, and inter…
 
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