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Best Alphabet podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Alphabet podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The Big Fat Podcast Network is a collective of different mini podcasts that will be distributed from this page, as well as the individual podcast's pages. Each series, or mini podcast, will be mostly comprised of comics from The Land talking shit about what interest them.As was BWHO, none of the episodes or podcast are going to be PC friendly. If you've been a fan of BWHO in the past, this shouldn't bother you. Supports us, damnit. Share & follow our social media!@_mitchochondria@rayhyclak@t ...
 
Do you like "Weird Al" Yankovic? So do these guys. So much so that they are covering EVERY SINGLE ONE of his songs in alphabetical order. Yup, even the unofficially released ones. Prepare yourself for fun facts, "fun facts", Al cameos, deeper meanings, conspiracy theories, and to be indoctrinated into our fake religion: Crampton. Sound like fun?
 
Alphabet Publishing is a small, independent publishing company that specializes in textbooks in the area of English language learning and resources for teachers. We believe that a good teacher is resourceful, with a well-stocked toolkit full of ways to elicit, explain, guide, review, encourage and inspire. We help stock that teacher toolkit by providing teachers with books of practical, useful, and research-based activities and techniques. Visit us at alphabetpublishingbooks.com
 
Nature vs Narcissism is a true crime/comedy podcast based in Cincinnati, Ohio where Heather and her guests discuss true crimes and the narcissists who commit them. Sometimes we have alcohol and sometimes things get weird. In Season 1, we went down the alphabet focusing on different murderers and/or stupid criminals based on their name. For example; Episode 1 examines two notorious murderers whose names begin with the letter A. Season 2 we will go down the alphabet focusing on different seria ...
 
An alphabet of historical characters presented in poetical form! In their original form, the contents of thisbook appeared in the Chicago Sunday Tribune, which newspaper is hereby thanked for the privilege of reproducing this Alphabet(Summary from the Acknowledgment and Ann Boulais) Who frets about the mysteryEnshrouding all of historyOn reading this will, maybe, seeWe've made it plain as A, B, C.
 
Several planes of existence collided on a fateful day at the beginning of the 21st century. Chaos and much suffering ensued, but out of the ashes came a band. This band would soon be known to end all suffering, stifle all hunger and thirst, and inspire a utopian society. It's too bad that at the same time that band was supposed to play their first show, a rift in the time-space continuum caused the members to be blinked out of existence and replaced by four random kids. The proxy band did th ...
 
In today's ever changing global economy, understanding investment options can be a daunting, time-consuming task. With all the opinions and hearsay that can bombard investors, education is a key component to success. That's why more and more savvy investors are tuning into InvestTalk. InvestTalk is a weekday program that looks at new and relevant investment topics each weekday, and answers questions about financial and retirement planning, money management as well as general concerns about t ...
 
Welcome to the A to Z of Sex! Each week I explore a letter of the erotic alphabet, covering topics from arousal to zipless f*cks. While exploring, you will learn more about desire, how to express your desires and how to spice up your relationships and create that long lasting sizzling hot relationship you have always wanted. My guests and I will share solid science, practical techniques and real life stories. We’ll answer the questions you have been too embarrassed to ask and talk about the ...
 
A selection of nonsense poems, songs (not sung!), stories, and miscellaneous strangeness. The work includes the "Owl and the Pussycat" and a recipe for Amblongus Pie, which begins "Take 4 pounds (say 4½ pounds) of fresh ablongusses and put them in a small pipkin."Edward Lear was an English writer, poet, cat-lover, and illustrator (his watercolours are beautiful). This recording celebrates the 200th anniversary of Lear's birth. (Summary by Adrian Praetzellis)
 
Hi Kids: My name is Miss Muddy Puppy. I am a chocolate Labrador retriever. I am called a chocolate lab because my hair is the color of chocolate. But, it doesn't taste like chocolate. You can learn the alphabet by singing the ABC song in this video. You will also meet my friends: Roxy, Mi Ling, Levon, Erik, and Zoila. We have fun when we play together every day. They have been teaching me the alphabet by singing the ABC song to me. Listen to me sing the song and you can sing with me. See if ...
 
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We’ve got a new era over at Google on word that its parent, Alphabet, has put its wind energy bet to sleep. Our “Unicorn of the Day” is Toast, which hit a $4.9B valuation as it tries to do everything at restaurants, but we’re focused on its SaaB (“software as a bank” — just made it up). And Garmin stock jumps 7% because it’s going places where your…
 
I am in awe this week. It is coincidental that the month we have been talking about the Barenaked Ladies Variety Show pilot, Harland Williams agreed to join us and talk about all his projects. He is hilarious and please visit all the links below. Go out and buy his children’s books, his “The Cousins” album, his stand-up specials, and go buy tickets…
 
The parts could be worth more than the whole and recent revenue reports shed light on the financial implications of asset spin-offs. Today's Stocks & Topics: Next Home Buyers, Work Part Time in Retirement, HAS - Hasbro Inc., Coronavirus Update, AMZN - Amazon.com Inc., BIG - Big Lots Inc., NTR - Nutrien Ltd., CCL - Carnival Corp., LYG - Lloyds Banki…
 
This week is all about what Samsung announced at Unpacked 2020. We of course kick off by talking about the Galaxy Z Flip, which one of us experienced in the flesh, and then dive into everything else the company announced. Alphabet Scoop is available on Google Play, Google Podcasts, iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, and through our dedicated RSS feed…
 
Forecasting analyst Eric Haggstrom joins host Nicole Perrin to talk takeaways about Alphabet's Q4 earnings, which revealed YouTube ad revenues and Cloud revenues as line items for the first time. They also discuss how the largest digital ad seller is facing an investigation into its dominant market position.…
 
Today we're talking about Bruce Springsteen's 1978's album DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN! Also, there will be no new episode next week. We'll be back on February 24 with THE RIVER! On this week's bonus episode on the Patreon feed, we are listing our Top 5 Albums from the 1970's. If you want to listen, you can go to www.patreon.com/springsteen to bec…
 
Today after the bell, Alphabet reported its fourth-quarter and full-year financial results. The company’s revenue grew from $39.3 billion in 2018 to $46.1 billion in 2019. The firm’s net income also expanded from $8.9 billion to $10.7 billion over the same time frame. The figures, when compared to expectations, were mixed. Alphabet beat analyst est…
 
In its first earnings announcement since Sundar Pichai took over as CEO, Alphabet broke out both Google Cloud revenue (which includes GCP as well as G Suite revenue) and revenue from YouTube advertising for the first time. Though this is more transparency than we've seen in the past from them, they still refrained from disclosing the revenue tied s…
 
The coronavirus may significantly weaken a global economy that is already in a precarious position. Today's Stocks & Topics: Morgan Stanley Buys E-Trade, L Brands Sells Victoria Secret, Part-Time Jobs in Retirement, APPN - Appian Corp. Cl A, Corona-virus & The Market, EROS - Eros International PLC A, Gold, GDX - VanEck Vectors Gold Miners ETF, GLD …
 
Billionaire businessman Warren Buffet's fans await eagerly his annual letter to shareholders - and it's not just those involved who look forward to gobbling up its contents. Rio carnival kicks off in Brazil - we hear about the figures and economy around the event. Plus, Chris Low from FHN Financial in the US gives us the stock markets reactions to …
 
Esports, video games and the innovations that enable them now occupy a central space in the cultural and commercial fabric of the tech world. For the investment firm Bitkraft Esports Ventures, the surge in interest means a vast opportunity to invest in the businesses that continue to reshape entertainment and develop technologies which have implica…
 
Will President Trump's first trip to India since becoming President prevent a trade war between the world’s largest democracy and the world’s biggest economy? American wants India to open up its markets to many of its products, including dairy. The EU summit in Brussels is in danger of failing to agree a long-term budget. The "frugal four" - Sweden…
 
Yesterday, Samsung announced that the Galaxy Flip Z sold out online. What, precisely, that means, is hard to say, of course, without specific numbers from the company. But it’s probably enough to make the company bullish about its latest wade into the foldable waters, in the wake of last year’s Fold — let’s just say “troubles.” Response to the devi…
 
THIS IS A GRAPHIC EPISODE; CONTAINING VERY ADULT CONTENT Part 2 of 2 In episode 28 of Season 2, Heather is joined by listener and true crime addict; Sam Simpson. In this episode, we discuss the Molalla Forest Killer - Dayton Leroy Rogers from Molalla, Oregon. He was classified as a serial killer who was known to rape and torture his victims. Althou…
 
THIS IS A GRAPHIC EPISODE; CONTAINING VERY ADULT CONTENT Part 1 of 2 In episode 28 of Season 2, Heather is joined by listener and true crime addict; Sam Simpson. In this episode, we discuss the Molalla Forest Killer - Dayton Leroy Rogers from Molalla, Oregon. He was classified as a serial killer who was known to rape and torture his victims. Althou…
 
A coalition of states and territories is looking into potential antitrust concerns at Google. But the search giant is pushing back. The WSJ reports exclusively that Google is pushing back against requests from the attorneys general. Our John McKinnon joins us to explain. Kateri Jochum hosts. Amanda Lewellyn is our producer. Learn more about your ad…
 
Domino’s shares popped 26% because it’s got a uniquely DIY approach to delivery apps. Victoria’s Secret split from its L Brands parent, but turns out it’s worth just $1.1B. And Morgan Stanley buys up E*Trade in a deal that’s really all about saving time in the race to Main Street for the big banks.By Robinhood Financial, LLC
 
Chinese buyers and designers were missing from this year's London Fashion Week, as coronavirus (COVID-19) halts travel plans. Mining giant AngloAmerican has a financially successful 2019 - we speak to its CEO Mark Cutifani about the challenges of being the world's largest producer of platinum. Plus, we hear the latest on the stock markets with Cary…
 
As the record bull market stretches on, and as the coronavirus outbreak incites fears of a potential slowdown in global growth, could gold be a way for investors to hedge risks to the downside? Today's Stocks & Topics: SWM - Schweitzer-Mauduit International Inc., X - United States Steel Corp., RMNI - Rimini Street Inc., EA - Electronic Arts Inc., O…
 
eMarketer principal analyst Mark Dolliver and junior analysts Blake Droesch and Lucy Koch discuss the importance of online reviews, Facebook's suggested EU regulations, WhatsApp reaching 2 billion users, another potential Snapchat redesign, Apple's augmented reality shopping, which country's national animal is a unicorn and more.…
 
CBS All Access, the streaming service now owned by ViacomCBS following the merger, is expanding. Announced today as part of the company’s otherwise underwhelming Q4 earnings, the plan is to launch a new “broad pay” streaming service that will include CBS All Access content along with other ViacomCBS assets in film and TV to complement the company’s…
 
The recent wildfires in Australia killed 30 people and destroyed an area the size of Cuba. The BBC's Vivienne Nunis has been to Kangaroo Island, just off the coast of South Australia, to look at the economic impact of the disaster. She talks to local business people about what happened to them and the steps they're taking to rebuild.After two weeks…
 
After 8 years, the European Banking Union has not achieved its two stated objectives: breaking future contagion between banks and sovereigns, and creating a true single market for banks.The aim of this event was to discuss possible solutions to revive the Banking Union. More specifically, Luis Garicano argued in his presentation for the empowerment…
 
Netflix announced today that it has acquired “Don’t Look Up,” a comedy written and directed by Adam McKay, with Jennifer Lawrence attached to star. The story sounds like a funhouse reflection of one of today’s other headlines, focusing on two “low-level astronomers” who try to warn the world about the dangers of an asteroid that’s approaching Earth…
 
Refinance demand drove volume, rising a remarkable 207% compared with the same week one year ago. Today's Stocks & Topics: HNP - Huaneng Power International Inc. ADR, ORI - Old Republic International Corp., MNK - Mallinckrodt PLC, T - AT&T Inc., ALLY - Ally Financial Inc., Dividend Investment Rules, BABA - Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. ADR, INSG - Ins…
 
This Week's Stories COVID-19 fallout: IBM quits RSA, Sony quits PAX East COVID-19 fallout: will this year's new game consoles be delayed? COVID-19 facemasks work with Face ID Samsung Galaxy Chromebook coming April 6th Jeff Jarvis: "I don't have a Corvette, I have a Chromebook." Who needs a $1000+ Chromebook? Android 11 Developer Beta Hands-On Previ…
 
This Week's Stories COVID-19 fallout: IBM quits RSA, Sony quits PAX East COVID-19 fallout: will this year's new game consoles be delayed? COVID-19 facemasks work with Face ID Samsung Galaxy Chromebook coming April 6th Jeff Jarvis: "I don't have a Corvette, I have a Chromebook." Who needs a $1000+ Chromebook? Android 11 Developer Beta Hands-On Previ…
 
This Week's Stories COVID-19 fallout: IBM quits RSA, Sony quits PAX East COVID-19 fallout: will this year's new game consoles be delayed? COVID-19 facemasks work with Face ID Samsung Galaxy Chromebook coming April 6th Jeff Jarvis: "I don't have a Corvette, I have a Chromebook." Who needs a $1000+ Chromebook? Android 11 Developer Beta Hands-On Previ…
 
This Week's Stories COVID-19 fallout: IBM quits RSA, Sony quits PAX East COVID-19 fallout: will this year's new game consoles be delayed? COVID-19 facemasks work with Face ID Samsung Galaxy Chromebook coming April 6th Jeff Jarvis: "I don't have a Corvette, I have a Chromebook." Who needs a $1000+ Chromebook? Android 11 Developer Beta Hands-On Previ…
 
Security camera maker Ring is updating its service to improve account security and give more control when it comes to privacy. Once again, this is yet another update that makes the overall experience slightly better but the Amazon-owned company is still not doing enough to protect its users. First, Ring is reversing its stance when it comes to two-…
 
At this event, the Group CEO of Generali, Philippe Donnet and Guntram Wolff, Director of Bruegel discussed the general state of the financial services industry. In addition, the conversation addressed many topical developments.What is the impact of operating in a low interest rate environment? Should we take a new look at the capital requirements i…
 
With over 75,000 people infected with coronavirus COVID-19 worldwide and more than 2000 deaths, how close are we to developing a vaccine? And why aren't some of the world's biggest pharmaceutical companies rushing to help find one? We hear from Thomas Breuer, chief scientific officer for pharma giant GlaxoSmithKline. And the BBC's Stephen Ryan has …
 
As we all saw in Oscar-winning short film Hair Love, black hair is beautiful but it’s also notoriously difficult to manage. One of the first hair memories Naza founder and CEO Natanya Montgomery has is of her mom brushing her hair into three afro puffs on the top of her head. When she was seven, she started coming to terms with the state of her hai…
 
Walmart’s earnings report wasn’t anything special, but we think it’s latest moves to buy up startups, suck out their innovation, and then spit out the remains is. A report on the impact of Uber and Lyft reveals that the rideshare apps really aren’t about ridesharing at all. And Molson Coors isn’t a beer company anymore as it whips up its first spik…
 
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