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Chris was with Caroline on the Ross in spring 1985 but doesn't have a single photo of himself in the studio from that time after he lent the pics (and negs!) to a friend who lost the lot. Prior to that, he'd been on Dart Radio in his hometown of Dartford, Kent, alongside future Caroline colleagues Dave Foster and Tony Christian. A spell on a cable station, Radio Thamesmead, in south London, lead to former Radio Caroline man Jason Wolfe handing Chris's demo tape onto the team onboard the Ross ...
 
Takeoff is a podcast that focuses on spiritual issues and is dedicated predominantly to passengers, airport workers and cabin crews, but it is also open to all, who would like to explore their own spirituality. It is "Takeoff" because it refers to travel by air, but at the same time, it means leaving the very "earthly" things behind in order to focus on the matters of faith and spirituality.Takeoff is produced by Our Lady of the Skies Chapel at JFK Airport
 
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. This is an interview show, spotlighting authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years, and whose stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
A show about getting away, being away and all the things that happen in between. Every week we invite a bunch of friends to join us 'round the grill for great food, great conversation and lots of laughs. Who's At The Cottage is hosted by Maureen Norman, with co-hosts Mary Ellen Lett (MEL), Chris Worth and grill master Andy Elder (#grillbill).
 
Nowhere To Run is a Christian podcast talking about news, politics and the new world order with a Jesus centered perspective. Chris is a filmmaker and host of several online radio programs on various subjects. He also the director of the internet radio station called The Revelations Radio Network. His videos have been viewed millions of times over the internet, and he continues to produce documentaries and short videos for educational purposes. He also produces a local television program abo ...
 
The Next Trip is a weekly podcast with aviation insiders Doug and Drew, who together bring more than 40 years of industry experience as a professional pilot and a hub operations manager at a major airline. Join them, and their frequent guests, as they create a network for other AvGeeks and travel enthusiasts to obsess about all things aviation. Doug and Drew discuss today’s aviation news, share personal operational stories, regale listeners with trip reviews, and engage in friendly AvGeek ba ...
 
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Are you ready for single pilot flightdecks? Cathay Pacific and Airbus are working on a project that may make it a reality. Doug describes pilot workload on a long range flight and if this may be feasible. We discuss your thoughts and ours from a spreadsheet and human perspective. Other topics on this episode: Happy 50th birthday Southwest! The Boei…
 
This week on The Sunday Magazine with Piya Chattopadhyay:• Dr. Gabor Maté on the relationship between trauma and the pandemic• Julie Lythcott-Haims on why adulting is tougher now than ever before• Where were you when Donovan Bailey won gold in the 1996 Olympics?• Omar El Akkad on his new novel 'What Strange Paradise' • Mark Bittman and Rob Dunn on …
 
In November of 1912, a young woman named Ella Barham journeyed home, on her horse, to her family farm in Boone County, Arkansas, but never arrived. After her body was discovered, murdered and dismembered, suspicions quickly centered on a neighbor, Odus Davidson, who was rumored to have been in love with Ella, a love never returned. My guest, Nita G…
 
Cameron McCormick, writer on marine monster mysteries and sea serpent superfan, drops into the cabin to talk about the work and influence of Bernard Heuvelmans, remembered as the 'father of cryptozoology.' Heuvelmans was important as an early figure in the codification of cryptozoology, but many of his ideas were to remain unique to him in the deca…
 
Chris Palmer has created a great business called Angle of Attack, well known for incredible video content through YouTube and Instagram, but also running a great online ground school through his website. WEBSITE: https://www.angleofattack.com INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/angleofattack/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRDe2nrsxVaoI…
 
On this week's show, the Summer Blockbuster Extravaganza talks to the dead as the guys chat about the completely abysmal comic adaptation, Jonah Hex! How many Maseratis was Malkovich financing when he signed on for this one? How hard were they going for a Wild Wild West-meets-Hell Boy vibe? And why in the world did they invent all the paranormal st…
 
We welcome Drew’s buddy and coworker Steven, who’s worked as a photographer, bartender, electrician, etc…, before choosing Aviation as his career. We talk about Steven’s path to the airlines and how he’s worked his way from customer service agent to operations manager and to now developing tools to help us run the airline better. Steven is also an …
 
This week on The Sunday Magazine with Piya Chattopadhyay:• University of Essex professor Natasha Lindstaedt on the G7 summit• Lawyer Dany Assaf on the tragic events in London, Ont. • Donovan Bailey 25 years on from his Olympic gold medal win • Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Lawrence Wright on his new book The Plague Year• Former Republican congres…
 
On this month's WLM, the gang is chatting about David Cronenberg's bloody slice of Americana, A History of Violence! How incredible is this Viggo performance? How were he, Maria and Ed not nominated, but Hurt was? And was there no one else to—WHOA there! This episode is for subscribers only. To access the full show, head on over to our Patreon and …
 
On this week's episode, the Summer Blockbuster Extravaganza dabbles in a Catholic horror fantasy land as the guys chat about the ridiculous angel war flick, The Prophecy! Why do all these angels have to be kissing people? Does the Angel Gabriel really need someone to drive him around? And how great is Viggo in this one? PLUS: Be sure to tune into t…
 
Imprisoned in a Turkish war camp during WW1, two British officers pull off an unbelievable con against their captors involving a Ouija board, an angry ghost and feigned madness - leading to a truly astonishing escape. My guest is bestselling author Margalit Fox, author of "Confidence Men: How Two Prisoners of War Engineered the Most Remarkable Esca…
 
This week's guest is YouTube sensation, Guy from Midwinter Minis. We talk about growing up in Jersey, 40k love and YouTube superstardom...but which games did he choose? Chess: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/171/chess Monopoly: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/1406/monopoly Necromunda: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/3072/necromunda Spac…
 
On this episode, Doug and Drew begin by laughing about turbulence definitions. Have you ever felt "definite strain" against your seatbelt? If so, you've experienced moderate "chop!" They also discuss the following topics: U.S. downgrades Mexico's safety rating Airbus eyes quicker recovery than analysts predict United places order for supersonic air…
 
This week on The Sunday Magazine with Piya Chattopadhyay: Canada’s road to reconciliation • Learning about love and loss through the death of a beloved father • Kurdish all-female militia takes on ISIS • NBA Hall of Famer Chris Bosh on how purpose paves a path to greatness
 
On this week's episode, the 2021 Summer Blockbuster Extravaganza kicks off with an outrageous conversation about the live-action 1996 fiasco, 101 Dalmatians! Why couldn't they make the dogs talk, a la classic cinematic masterpiece, Look Who's Talking Now? How dumb is it that Jeff Daniels's character is a video game designer? And how hard was John H…
 
Our fringe AvGeek buddy and airline brat, Matt, joins us again to rant (and rave) about Milk Runs of yore, airplane nicknames, and cabin etiquette. Doug is getting ready for his last flight at his current job and we hope touch and go’s in Reno are on the flight plan. Drew and Matt talk about the crazy busy airports this week and how it seems like a…
 
This week on The Sunday Magazine with Piya Chattopadhyay: • A politics panel with Susan Delacourt and Emilie Nicolas• Billy-Ray Belcourt on how love and joy can be acts of rebellion• Our listeners weigh in on the cabin/camp/cottage debate• Edward Hirsch on heartbreak and poetry• Andrea Reid on Indigenous fishing and research…
 
Michael Crichton had a habit of recycling various Victorian-era fringe beliefs and obsessions in his techno-thriller fiction. With Eaters Of The Dead, he created a faux-academic 'translation' of the travels of the real-life Ibn Fadlan. The resulting novel has echoes of Beowulf, elements of cryptozoology, relic hominids, and a positive portrayal of …
 
Arthur Campbell flew all of the Grumman Flying Boats at Chalk's Ocean Airways in his 18 year career with the company. His stories of his time flying off the water will take you back to the good old days of Flying Boat aviation in Miami and the Bahamas. Chalk's Ocean Airways Orlando Sentinel Article: https://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/os-xpm-1988-…
 
On this week's episode the gang is back together in the studio to reminisce about the 90's kid classic, The Mighty Ducks! How many kids' films start with the protagonist getting slapped with a dooey? Why does M.C. Gainey's character always have that camcorder? And is Charlie trying to get Bombay laid? PLUS: The return of the VHS Trailer Game! The M…
 
Albert Johnson is famous in Canadian crime history for leading Mounties on a sensational and deadly chase through the Yukon and Northwest Territories during the winter of 1931-32. How he managed to elude police over hundreds of kilometers in subzero temperatures through a mountainous wilderness is as much a mystery as his real identity. To this day…
 
We’ve been saying for over a year that we are “one week closer to this crisis being over,” and here we are - at least in the US. Passenger volumes are back with a vengeance as Americans crowd airports and head to leisure destinations after enduring COVID cabin fever. Doug regales us with his fabulous last business trip at his current job. Spoiler a…
 
This week on The Sunday Magazine with guest host David Common:• Paul Rogers on Palestinian-Israeli peace post-ceasefire, • Tim Gill on the importance of urban play for kids • Sali Tagliamonte on the cabin/camp/cottage debate• Kevin Lambert on his newfound success• Emily Willingham on her research into animal penises…
 
After gaining his commercial pilots licence at age 39, Australian Mark Muscat found a passion for seaplanes as he entered the sector late in his career. His aviation highlights include flying De Havilland Beavers and Cessna Caravans in the Whitsunday Island and taking command of a Single Turbine Otter in Fiji,…
 
Most of us are familiar with the critically acclaimed film called Catch Me If You Can, based on the autobiography of legendary confidence man Frank Abagnale. It's the story of a brazen teenage imposter who through charm and intellect was able to pass as an attorney, a doctor, a pilot and a university professor in the late 1960s and early 1970s. My …
 
On this week's episode, the guys take a trip to Franchise Town to discuss the absolutely dreadful, completely joyless sequel, Saw III! Why didn't someone point out how hilarious everyone yelling "Jeff" throughout a film sounds? Why did we need to see a flashback of Jigsaw prepping the first film's test? And would this franchise have been better ser…
 
My guest this week is designer of Renegade and host of Box of Delights, Richard Wilkins aka Ricky Royal. We talk about Chess, the joy of solo games and what games are art...but which games did he choose? Support the show here: http://patreon.com/5g4d Chess: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/171/chess Mage Knight: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardga…
 
Cathay Pacific Senior VP Americas, Chris van den Hooven, joins us to talk about how his airline is managing through the pandemic. Travel to Hong Kong, Cathay’s base, is still depressed due to international travel restrictions. Chris explains how the the airline is leaning on cargo, mainland China flights, and a few international routes in the inter…
 
This week on The Sunday Magazine with Piya Chattopadhyay: • Gershon Baskin on the latest Israeli-Palestinian conflicts• Yung Chang on his documentary 'Wuhan Wuhan'• Ella Al-Shamahi on the return of handshakes• Marcello Di Cintio on the secret lives of taxi drivers
 
Doug and Drew and over a dozen of our AMAZING listeners attended the first Northern fLights event in Anchorage! Listen to our recap of the Alaska Airlines milk run (flight 65) from Seattle to Anchorage via Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, and Juneau. Plus, we talk about the main event - spotting late into the night at one of the busiest cargo hubs …
 
This week on the show, the long-awaited crossover event is here as Henry Gilbert and Bob Mackey from the great Talking Simpsons podcast are hanging out to chat about the 87-minute missed opportunity, The Simpsons Movie! Why weren't Mr. Burns or Sideshow Bob the villain of the film? If it had to be an Albert Brooks-voiced character, why not Hank Sco…
 
In 1897 a Belgian named Adrien de Gerlache, in command of a ship called the Belgica, sailed to Antarctica with the intent to be the first to reach the south magnetic pole. On the expedition was Norwegian Roald Amundsen, who would later become one of the world's most famous explorers, and Doctor Frederick Cook, who would become one of America's grea…
 
Aired on May 10, 2021 Doug and Drew are on the way to Alaska and their Northern fLights listener meet-up. We stop at an LAX lounge to tape this week's episode. Sorry not sorry for the ambient airport noises and both of us interrupting the taping when a 777 lands. Topics discussed Passenger volume increases The age of premium economy? Airlines refer…
 
Chris Hladczuk has interviewed billionaires, built a loyal following of thousands from his awesome Twitter threads, and built atomics habits like reading 365 days in a row, deep work, and sacred hours. In this episode, he shares his exact method of connecting and strengthening his relationship with billionaires, his sources for Twitter threads and …
 
This week on The Sunday Magazine with Piya Chattopadhyay: • Jonathon Torrens, Elamin Abdelmamoud and Jen Zoratti talk pandemic highs and lows • Anna Sale talks about hard conversations • 77-year-old Black, trans musician Beverly Glenn-Copeland discusses his late-career renaissance • Plus, odes to the postal code and to moms who've had pandemic babi…
 
This week's guest Peter Klein is a good mate of mine and an incredible pilot who has had an amazing journey through the seaplane an aviation industry. He has flown not one but two multi engine Grumman flying boats, has flown seaplanes in multiple countries and now helps combat wildfires in both Canada and Australia as a fire-bombing pilot on the 80…
 
On this week's episode, the gang is chatting about the gateway-crossing sci-fi flick, Stargate! Could they have trimmed Russell's hair any more high and any more tight? Why did those people attend Spader's lecture just to heckle him? And how cool would it be to have the Wheezin' the Juice Guy as your father-in-law? PLUS: Russell Rules! Stargate sta…
 
This week's guest is the owner of Leder Games and designer of Vast, Patrick Leder. We talk about Minnesota, the trials and tribulations of running a small publisher and asymmetry...but which games did he choose? Support the show here: https://www.patreon.com/5g4d Last Will: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/97842/last-will Cosmic Encounter: https…
 
Aired on May 3, 2021 Doug and Drew are joined by Andy, a former airline employee and lifelong fringe avgeek who also makes a mean Aviation (the drink). Will our Old Fashioned’s be replaced by Aviations as our signature Next Trip cocktail? Andy and Drew reminisce about their final 747 flight and then Doug regales us with his white knuckle touch and …
 
J. Frank Norris rose to fame as the controversial fundamentalist pastor of America's first megachurch, the First Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas. He used his pulpit, his newspaper and his radio station to battle his enemies in unscrupulous ways, and when one angry local businessman named Dexter Chipps marched into his office in July of 1926 to …
 
This week on The Sunday Magazine with Piya Chattopadhyay: • Dr. Madhukar Pai on COVID's brutal impact on India • Stacey Abrams on the power of storytelling • William J. Bernstein on the delusion of crowds • Jacqueline Scott on the intersection of birding and social justice • Ken Otter and Scott Ramsay on the revelations a viral birdsong makes about…
 
Dr Tom Ellis talks about the myth of the Lost Cosmonauts, why this symbol has had such staying power, and what it tells us about Western perceptions about the Soviet Union and its space programme. Topics include: -American reactions to Yuri Gagarin’s flight -The secrecy of the Soviet space programme breeding rumours and myths -The idea of the ‘comm…
 
On this week's episode, our unofficial Sean-Gone month comes to an end with a discussion about the totally baffling shit-show, 1998's The Avengers! How on Earth did Warner Brothers allow this to be released as-is? Have two lead actors ever had less chemistry than Uma and Ralph? And what is the value of not having Eddie Izzard speak for the whole fi…
 
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