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Best Barry Graham podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Barry Graham podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Daniel Harper is a researcher into the far-right who goes where few others can bear to go: he listens to what the white nationalists, white supremacists, and nazis (and all the rest) say to each other in their huge online subculture of podcasts, etc. In this timely, popular, shocking but (hopefully) accessible and entertaining anti-fascist podcast, Daniel tells his buddy Jack Graham all about what he learned from listening to what the terrible people of the far-right say to each other in *th ...
 
Serial killers. Gangsters. Gunslingers. Victorian-era murderers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each week, the Most Notorious podcast features true-life tales of crime, criminals, tragedies and disasters throughout history. Host Erik Rivenes interviews authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years, and the stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
My Roots Are Showing is the new podcast from Irish arts journalist and broadcaster Nadine O'Regan, in which well known people in the world of culture and beyond reveal their stories and inspirations. Recent guests include the actor Domhnall Gleeson, director Lenny Abrahamson, Shirley Manson from the band Garbage and broadcaster and author Graham Norton.
 
What is the dumbest show you can imagine? This award-winning show may be dumber. It has no content. No format. Yet it's going on ten years of delighting hundreds of thousands of people. It's been an iTunes editors choice, and Rolling Stone picked it as one of the world's best comedy podcasts. It's light in the dark, comfort in the cold and a penguin in the pants (long story). Join hosts Jesse Thorn (NPR's Bullseye) and Jordan Morris (Comedy Central's @Midnight) and a celebrity guest on a rau ...
 
Educationally Speaking, is part of the national American Graduate: Getting to Work initiative funded by the Corporation for public broadcasting. American Graduate focuses on helping youth succeed in school, career, and life by exploring challenges to entering the workforce facing today’s youth. This month, we will explore new career pathways for high-demand jobs. Educationally Speaking is a WHRV special, produced by Barry Graham, Kathy Martin and Paul Bibeau, that examines the current state ...
 
White Wine Question Time, with Kate Thornton, is the podcast that brings together three well-known friends, three bottles of wine and three thought-provoking questions. Discover the friendships behind the entertainment headlines, and listen in on their conversations for a side to the celebrities you've never heard before. Produced by Yahoo in association with Kate Thornton, and distributed by Yahoo and ACast. Truly a celebration of great female friendships, each 30-minute episode is designed ...
 
It's the Barshens podcast, an audio version of the YouTube show hosted by Stuart Ashen & Barry Lewis featuring regular guests. Download and listen at your leisure! To be a bit more involved you can submit a voicemail (link is in the Youtube videos), we can offer advice with our "Dear Barshens" section... or maybe you just have some bright ideas for us... Get in touch barshens@gmail.com for Dear Barshens put 'Dear Barshens' in the title of your email. Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify or ...
 
The Final Straw Radio is a weekly, anarchist show eminating from occupied Cherokee lands in so-called North Carolina and featuring the voices of folks engaged in struggles for liberation and the creation of rad culture since 2009. We're also syndicated on a few community radio stations around the U.S. We frequently also feature radio commentaries from anarchist prisoner Sean Swain and are a proud member of CZN (The Channel Zero Network) and ARN (The A-Radio Network). Check out our past archi ...
 
Passion Behind The Art Show is all about diving deep with epic creatives to learning the story behind their passion. Interviews with creatives from ESPN, New York Jets, Aflac, WeWork and more. Listen as each week you hear stories from designers, musicians, authors, startup founders and much more. As they share their process, routine and how they overcame the odds that were stacked against them to create a better life for them and their families.
 
Welcome to the VI Talk. AudioBoom Channel. Part of VI Talk charity number 1165629. VI Talk is aimed at anyone with a visual impairment, anyone who knows someone who is visually impaired or anyone who has connections with an organisation or group that offers services or support to visually impaired people. You can find us in the following places. Facebook, search VI Talk for our Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/vitalk/) and Page (/https://www.facebook.com/vitalkpodcast) Twitter @VITalkP ...
 
Dynamic Duo podcast! Developmental optometrists Ryan Edwards, OD, FCOVD and Lindsey Stull, OD, FCOVD introduce you to their podcast series. The hope of this series is to offer knowledge and insight into the field of developmental optometry and vision rehabilitation, the importance of functional vision and its impact on other systems of the body, and the benefits of collaboration between professionals to address visual and other sensory impairments. Future podcasts will feature interviews wit ...
 
Filming wildlife is a dangerous occupation. Just ask the Earth Touch camera crews. Getting the shots takes hardcore skills, a fair bit of luck... and a whole lotta crazy. But if you can escape death, disease and disembowelment, you're in for some extraordinary experiences. In fact, wildlife filmmaking might just be the best job in the world for these crazy cameramen.
 
If you’re fascinated with cheese, and you want to take your knowledge of farmhouse cheese-making to a new level, read on.....Andy & Kathy Swinscoe at the Courtyard Dairy have recently been recording a series of in-depth video interviews with some of Britain’s foremost cheese-makers, aiming to get chapter and verse on making traditional cheese, sustainable farming, terroir, and some behind-the-scenes exclusives.The one-hour interviews explore British farmhouse cheese in depth. This series of ...
 
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Amy Adams says her change of heart on retiring from politics has nothing to do with National's change of leadership. She ended her 12-year run in the Selwyn seat ahead of the election. But now, she's accepted the COVID-19 Recovery portfolio from new Opposition leader Todd Muller. Adams says she's always been very loyal to former leader Simon Bridge…
 
Stuff, one of New Zealand's largest media companies, has been sold to management for $1. Nine Entertainment announced the sale on the ASX on Monday morning. The new company will be led by Stuff's chief executive, former journalist Sinead Boucher. The deal ends years of speculation about the company's ownership, after lengthy attempts by NZME, owner…
 
A transtasman bubble with certain Australian states could open up even before interstate border bans are lifted. Australia's Federal Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham said New Zealand was the first choice for an international travel bubble, the Sydney Morning Herald reported. "New Zealand is obviously the first, and right now only, international ma…
 
The newly jobless due to the Covid-19 crisis will be able to get $490 a week tax-free for 12 weeks. The Government this morning announced the $570 million scheme for temporary income support payments to New Zealanders out of work because of the pandemic. Full-time workers will be eligible for $490 a week and part-time workers will get $250, which i…
 
COMMENT: Well I almost had a normal weekend. My farmers market was open but hardly anyone turned up but that’s fine because allowing people in one at a time into a whole Farmer’s Market would have been a nightmare if everyone turned up. And amazingly I used the 50 dollar bill that’s been in my wallet since February to buy the vegetables. We went sh…
 
On November 5th, 1934, in the small coal mining town of Kelayres, Pennsylvania, Republican political boss Joe Bruno took an extreme and shocking step. Worried and agitated about a possible loss in the following day's elections, he and his family used his large weapons arsenal to fire into a Democratic parade. My guest, Stephanie Hoover, author of "…
 
A sharp rise to fame for the new leader of the opposition. The latest TVNZ Colmar Brunton has new National Party leader, Todd Muller at 0.2 per cent as preferred Prime Minister. Political commentator David Farrar told Andrew Dickens he isn't surprised Muller didn't initially poll higher. “It’s more of a name recognition poll so it's rare for politi…
 
There are mixed messages on restrictions for religious services. Police today updated guidelines for staff enforcing potential level two breaches at places of worship, saying groups of more than 10 aren't permitted - unless groups can keep separated But the Ministry of Health has reminded people the 10-person limit still applies to church and faith…
 
Auckland Council has put together a $65 million hardship package for people struggling to pay rates as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, says Mayor Phil Goff. It is also looking at reducing some services temporarily and selling or leasing more non-core assets. Goff has firmed up a Herald report this week that council stands to lose $500m in the ne…
 
This election will be about the economy. That's the message from the new leader of the National Party. National Party leader Todd Muller says New Zealanders need a National Government with the experience and management skills to get our country through the worst crisis since the end of the Second World War. He told Andrew Dickens his focus as leade…
 
A claim National was headed for defeat under Simon Bridges. Political commentator and former chief of staff for the Prime Minister Neale Jones says Bridges was always unpopular. He told Andrew Dickens until now, National voters were willing to hold their nose. “I think his conduct during the Covid crisis was overtly negative and political in a way …
 
So in the wake of todays developments in the National Party here’s what I know about New Zealanders. They like their leaders to have a heart and a brain. They like them to have a funny bone and a backbone. They like them to be well balanced and not radical but also innovative and nimble. They like them to lead but also to listen. And that’s what tr…
 
Kate Thornton kicks off season eight of the show with a cast of favourite friends – all returning for their third appearances on White Wine Question Time. Find out why Julie Graham's new film project – Dun Breedin' – makes her like the Reese Witherspoon of the UK… Ruth Wetherspoon, if you will. Hear how Denise Welch is coping with lockdown tech and…
 
Todd Muller is a name on everybody's lips at the moment, but can he defeat Jacinda Ardern? The National Party's holding an emergency caucus tomorrow after Muller emailed colleagues about replacing his leader, saying it'd be impossible to win the election otherwise. Auckland MP Nikki Kaye is believed to be eyeing up Paula Bennett's job as deputy. Ho…
 
Sky is issuing cheap shares to beat its cash-crunch, plans to enter the broadband market and is mulling a move into mobile phone plans. The pay-TV provider is raising $157 million with a deeply discounted rights issue. New shares will be 12c - a 63.6 per cent discount on Wednesday's closing price of 33c. Despite recovering from an all-time low of 1…
 
New poll results are being described as catastrophic for the National Party. TVNZ's Colmar Brunton poll has put the Opposition on 29 per cent - and Labour on 59 percent. In the preferred Prime Minister stakes, Simon Bridges sits at five percent - well below Jacinda Ardern on 63 per cent. Political commentator Ben Thomas told Andrew Dickens National…
 
Whether it's a smooth espresso martini sipped in a dimly lit booth or a crisp tap beer chugged at a rowdy leaner that you've been craving, from today bars across New Zealand will be allowed to open their doors again. New Zealand's lockdown period has been particularly tough for bar owners: delayed by 10 days compared to their restaurant and cafe co…
 
Fonterra has reported a sharp lift in its earnings for the first nine months of its financial year and has set a milk price for the coming year of $5.40-$6.90 per kg of milksolids. The co-op said it will contribute about $11 billion to the New Zealand economy through milk price for the year. Its advance rate schedule has been set off the mid-point …
 
National Party MPs have started arriving in the capital ahead of tomorrow's showdown for the leadership between challenger Todd Muller and defender Simon Bridges. While Muller is yet to make any public statement at all about his bid, Bridges seemed to remain confident this afternoon. MPs have been summonsed back to Wellington in a recess week after…
 
National leadership rivals Todd Muller and Simon Bridges top the list of highest-spending non-ministerial MPs, according to the latest list of expenses. Between January and March 31 this year, Bridges spent $37,200 on his taxpayer-funded credit card. This is made up of items such as accommodation and travel costs. Bridges is eligible for VIP transp…
 
Australian radio host Alan Jones has been ordered to make an on-air correction over his "violent metaphors" and inaccurate statements about New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. The Australian Communications and Media Authority (Acma) found the veteran 2GB broadcaster breached decency rules last year after labelling Ardern a "complete clown". …
 
Local government estimates councils have lost up to $1 billion since the Covid-19 crisis began. Local Government NZ president Dave Cull told Andrew Dickens Auckland Council alone is in the hole by half a billion dollars. "It is huge, it is enormous, and Auckland is a council that depends more than most on non-rate income, so there's will be a reall…
 
For all those still confused – it is Muller as in mulled wine. All day long I’ve heard radio hosts and talkback callers trip themselves up saying Muller in a Germanic style. So let’s get this right people. Muller as in mulled wine. Muller as in mullet. I find this amazing. A man who believes he can be Prime Minister in 18 months name and we don’t e…
 
We’re happy to share the second half of this conversation with Graham Clumpner, anarchist, U.S. military veteran and eco-defender. If you missed the first half of this chat, check out our May 17th episode up at our website. For this hour Graham talks about the responsibility of U.S. society as a whole for the devastation of the Global War On Terror…
 
Canadians played a leading role in restoring freedom to the Dutch. It was arguably Canada’s finest hour. On May 5th 2020 (Liberation Day in the Netherlands) the Juno Beach Centre Association, Defining Moments Canada, and the Canadian Research and Mapping Association, supported by the Canadian War Museum, partnered on a webinar to commemorate the 75…
 
Special episode this week, as Daniel explodes the bullshit of the 'Right Stuff' / 'Daily Shoah' chuds. Contains clips from Nazi podcasts. Let us know how you like this new format. Content Warning Show Notes: Brenton Lengel Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrentonLengel Nationalism Vs Antifascism Debate: https://t.co/Bo3sZfoEKl?amp=1 Lewontin's Fallacy …
 
As the country fights Covid-19, the National Party is fighting with itself. National MP Todd Muller has confirmed to the National Party leadership that he will challenge for leader of the party on Friday. Muller informed National Leader Simon Bridges and party president Peter Goodfellow this afternoon, releasing a letter saying that the party needs…
 
Just because it's back to work doesn't mean it's back to being stuck in traffic. New research shows making work hours flexible by up to half an hour could reduce our commuter congestion by 20 to 30 percent. However, HERE Technologies Director Daniel Antonello says that ,before lock-down, over a third of Kiwis had accepted congestion as a fact of li…
 
The four day working week is being suggested as the solution to help rebuild New Zealand's economy. Jacinda Ardern yesterday said employers should consider a short week. “I’d really encourage people to think about that if you’re an employer and in a position to do so. To think about if that’s something that would work for your workplace because it …
 
Air New Zealand staff are taking yet another battering from Covid-19. More than 1300 workers will lose their jobs, with the airline announced fresh staffing cuts affecting all routes. Long and mid haul workers will lose 950 jobs, and 300 domestic crew members will be made redundant across Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. Regional airlines are…
 
The Government's new Covid-19 tracing app is live - but it hasn't gone off without a technical hitch. The new tracing app was released last night, a day earlier than expected, but left many users unable to even log on. However, the Ministry of Health says issues during an apps infancy are "entirely normal". Once signed in to the new app, users are …
 
A former MP says Simon Bridges has won round one in the battle for his job. The National leader today front footed the announcement about a leadership contest - saying he knew it was on the way. NZME understands that National MP Todd Muller wants the top job, with a leadership battle set for an emergency Friday meeting. Ex-United Future leader Pete…
 
Fletcher Building says 1,500 job losses across New Zealand and Australia will be felt across all divisions as the company responds to the economic downturn caused by covid-19. Chief executive Ross Taylor would not give guidance as to the cost of the restructuring and could not signal which units were more affected in today's media briefing. "It's e…
 
In a few hours, Connecticut will allow residents to dine at a restaurant outdoors or go into a retail shop. The state will be the final one of those that ordered people to stay home and most businesses to close up for a while to start to reopen. Connecticut is taking "baby steps," Gov. Ned Lamont told CNN. Also being allowed to reopen are offices, …
 
Panicked KiwiSaver investors may have cost themselves hundreds of thousands in savings. A dive in global sharemarkets saw KiwiSaver value drop by $1.4 billion in March. Masses of investors were quick to switch from share-heavy growth funds to cash or conservative funds. Milford Asset's Head of KiwiSaver Murray Harris says it'll be bad news for anyo…
 
I have to say right now that I really dislike leadership challenges and leadership spills in politics. I know there’s a lot of people who love them. People like Barry and Mike and Heather. They love the blood and the guts, the competition, the drama and the disguised conflict. But the whole thing leaves me cold. They’re sad and tawdry affairs. A br…
 
Giving your pet cannabis might not seem like a good idea, but a Kiwi company sees it as a lucrative business opportunity. New Zealand cannabis firm Helius Therapeutics has announced the launch of a medicinal product range targeting ailments suffered by pets. The East Tamaki-based firm has spent $2.5 million to establish Helius Animal Health, which …
 
Laura McKowen is an author, award winning blogger and host of Spiritualish, a show that provides an irreverent take on self help. She has been featured on WebMD, the New York Post, Bravo, the Today Show, and more. Laura also hosts sold out retreats and courses teaching people to say Yes to a bigger life. In this episode, she and Eric discuss her ne…
 
Dave Shumka and Graham Clark (Stop Podcasting Yourself) join us for the MaxFun crossover event of the year for a discussion of Jesse's daughter's new preoccupation with Scooby-Doo, Graham's newest beard paintings, and public officials that may or may not listen to everyone's shows. Plus, we listen to more Walton Goggins Spirits songs and Jesse brin…
 
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