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Best DDR podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best DDR podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Show on DDR. Every 4th Thursday. Rashers Tierney & Beardy bring you a no fixed abode approach to the rinsing sound. Session mash ups to leave you flat upon your back. Send promos to hollerddr@gmail.com Look us up on Podcast Addict, iTunes, Stitcher or any of those other things you use to subscribe and you can add us straight to your Jiggerwatt.
 
Radio GDR. Life in the former East Germany holds an ongoing fascination for a lot of people. Join us as we learn more about the former East Germany. Radio German Democratic Republic is a podcast designed to educate and inform on the life and times of East Germany. Radio GDR is hosted by Anke Holst who grew up in the GDR and Shane Whaley, a Brit, who has had a lifelong fascination with East Germany.
 
Dublin Digital Radio is the current Mixcloud European Online Radio Station of the year. An entirely volunteer-run, listener supported station, ddr. has consistently provided a platform for artists of all genres and persuasions to broadcast their ideas.
 
With over 25 years of experience within the EDA industry, John McMillan brings a depth of knowledge as he considers EDA and PCB industry trends, topics, challenges, and some specific how-to tips. Listen in as he explores a variety of topics and interviews special guests.
 
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Hey y'all! On this episode Sahab interviews some of the captains of DDR. 3:11 What started DDR? 8:35 What was the shift from Big10 to Buckeye Mela like? 16:25 Talking about the Bruin 2018 performance 26:40 How does DDR maintain its team chemistry? 31:40 What’s one thing you wish you knew before starting DDR? 37:25 Bhangra Arena 40:30 Opinions on th…
 
Brian McNamara and Viva Dean aka Brave Young Soldier released their debut EP I Live Here on May 1. Brian talks about how the project started in New York while they were living there together and how the sound developed. Then he explains how he helped co-found Dublin Digital Radio (DDR) a few years ago while driving back from Open Ear Festival, how …
 
Mark Brayne studied in Moscow 71-72, travelling the country with fellow UK students and spending silly amounts of time in the bathhouses with salted fish and very poor quality beer. He returned in 1974-75 as Reuters trainee journalist where he became very close to Andrei Sakharov, the father of the Soviet hydrogen bomb and Soviet-era dissident. Eas…
 
As a PCB designer, we're always looking for a better, faster and reliable way to get our job done. If the tool we're using does not have the required automation - we often end up using time consuming work-a-rounds to complete our projects. These work-a-rounds usually require error prone manual steps that can lead to longer design cycles which can i…
 
We start the episode with another Coronavirus rant and the weekly absurdities. Then we talk about things to watch: Extraction movie, Vikings, and Upload. Also bant about Star Wars clone wars vs the new movies. Discussion turns into a random talk on old languages and re-creating them, including old Chinese and the modern dialects. End the episode wi…
 
Scott was a Pershing 2 nuclear missile Fire Control Officer which meant he was responsible for the launch of the missile. Aged 23 he was made platoon commander and responsible for 3 of these deadly weapons. The Pershing II was a mobile, intermediate-range ballistic missile deployed by the U.S. Army at American bases in West Germany beginning in 198…
 
Fresh from releasing Murmuration, his debut album under the guise of Swimmers Jackson, Niall Jackson joins from his London home to discuss its creation, as well as Weezer's influence, how it differs from his other bands Bouts and Sweat Threats, how it helped "catalogue my 30s", getting through lockdown with help from Tim Burgess' Twitter listening …
 
Today on the podcast I interviewed an auther named Roseann Thomas. She wrote the book Miss Martha’s Cross. This book was dedicated to her Great Grand Mother. We disscuss a combonation of the characters in the book and some of her opinions about the Civel War. This book really describes the human experience families went through during the civel war…
 
Michael Paterson first visited East Germany just after the fall of the Berlin Wall and provides a vivid account of its subsequent decline and fall during the move to reunification with West Germany. Michael is a military historian, author, researcher and illustrator. He began his career with the military magazine 'Battlefields Review' as a writer a…
 
James Stejskal served for 23 years with US Special Forces, including two tours in Berlin. Special Forces Berlin was a small detachment of 100 highly trained soldiers who, should hostilities break out, were to wreak havoc behind Warsaw Pact lines. The US government only acknowledged its existence in 2014 and John has written an incredible story of h…
 
Another day of ridiculing the stupidity going on during the Age of Coronavirus like the lockdown protests with guns and garbage news media. We dive into North Korea gossip and talk about Kim Jong Un - is he alive? Who would succeed him? Also why his surviving brother probably wouldn't be a successor. Reminisce about soon to be relics of the past th…
 
The new normal of social distancing and isolation, made us disembark from our normal Holler routine - opting instead for two hours of ambient dread to capture the mood. Something to stick in your headphones, while out and about, pushing the boundaries of your 2K radius and gawping in fear at other humans. Stay safe. Tracklisting:Aqualung, Motherfuc…
 
Alan Baker worked and studied in the GDR and the USSR from the 1970s through to the end of the Soviet Union and the emergence of the Russian Federation as we know it today. In Moscow, Alan had the opportunity to live and study in the well-known Moscow State University as well as the opportunity to attend the 54th anniversary of the Russian Revoluti…
 
We start the episode off playing around with inspirobot and asian livestream thots, excellent ways to past time for Covid-19 time. Then we get into the thick of it, ridiculing the foolish notion of saving the economy at the expense of lives, the worthlessness of news outlets and their nonsensical tabloid reporting, and America losing it's mind with…
 
Richard Hornik was the Warsaw Bureau Chief for Time Magazine from 1981-1983. He carried out numerous interviews with Solidarity Free Trade Union leader Lech Wałęsa including his last interview before martial law was declared in December 1981. He shares the stories of 1980s Poland as well as the interviews he carried out with the Solidarity leadersh…
 
On this episode of the LDS Live Podcast, I interviewed a holistic Dentist named Dr. Michelle Jorgensen. She is a dentist in American Fork who practices Holistic Dentistry. We discussed the corona Virus, holistic dentistry, other things related to dentistry, along with other health issues. Her web site doesn’t just talk about holistic dentistry. She…
 
The Cold War got colder in the early 1980s and the relationship between the two military superpowers, the USA and the Soviet Union, each of whom had the capacity to annihilate the other, was tense. By the end of the decade, East-West relations had been utterly transformed, with most of the dividing lines -including the division of Europe- removed. …
 
After the release of her brilliant new album Future Nostalgia, has that elevated Dua Lipa into the upper echelons of the pop world? Journalist and music critic Louise Bruton joins to run through the world of pop through not one but five lists- Eternal top pop female idols- Personal faves- Hottest acts in the world right now- Arthouse pop (entities …
 
Lieutenant Commander Jørgen Brandsborg joined the Danish Navy in the 1980s. He met the Soviets up close and personal while serving in the North Atlantic where the Danish Navy acted as a coast guard when on patrol around the Faroe Islands, which meant boarding Soviet vessels for inspection. He also tells of Danish Navy training, Denmark’s position w…
 
Hey y'all! On this episode Sid, Sahab, and Umer talk about the ADZ 2020 and the mess that was it’s judging. Intro Music by First Class Beats (Ram Mahalingham)If you liked this podcast be sure to rate and review on Apple Podcasts (bit.ly/TheBhangraPod) and subscribe so that you get the next episode automatically downloaded to your phone as soon as i…
 
In this episode of the Radio GDR Podcast, Jordan Heyburn talks about his passion for collecting East German stamps. He also shares tips on how you can get started with your very own DDR Stamp collection. This is the first in our DDR Collectors Series. Do you collect something GDR related? Let us know, we would love to chat with you on the Radio GDR…
 
In early 1989 attention being paid to Albania in England by the English media because the England football team had recently travelled to Tirana for a World Cup qualifying game. Looking for somewhere unusual to holiday Mike Innes went on 10 day tour to Albania. Arriving by air he travelled by coach, staying in the hotels which catered to foreigners…
 
The foundation for ultra-fast download speeds, reliable low latency connections, and connectivity to billions of IoT devices coming online over the next years relies greatly on 5G. Design for devices like smartphones, tablets, laptops, and wearables will need to operate in new spectrum with new enabling technologies. With scalable numerology, flexi…
 
This week's guest on the TPOE podcast is the Dublin rapper Paul Alwright aka Lethal Dialect, who's recently released the final part of his LD50 trilogy, which began in 2011. He's got two other albums under his belt as well, including one under his own name, Hungry, which came out in 2018. Over Skype, Alwright discusses why he went back to the Letha…
 
On this episode of the LDS Live Podcast. I talked to Stephanie and Kels Goodman, the owners of the LDS film festival. We discussed the history of the film festival, how Stephanie and Kels took over the LDS film festival. We discussed movies such as The Phone Call, The Mail Box, and other movies that came out of BUY in the 70’s and 80’s. We also dis…
 
Anthony enlisted in the British Army in 1987 and after 9 months he was posted to West Berlin. He tells the story of life as a Private in Berlin from the drinking (and the fighting) to the urban warfare training in Ruhleben & Dough Boy City. We also hear of the reality of knowing that should the Cold War have turned hot his life expectancy would hav…
 
Eh up! As if you thought the prospects of a FFG coalition were bad enough, now we've somehow stumbled into an episode of Black Mirror with this COVID19 badness. Needless to say, we couldn't get into the studio this month - so we're literally dialling this one in as a lastminute.com jobby pieced together over the day. There's new tunes from Lighght,…
 
Charlie Flowers was 18 in 1988. He travelled by train across a divided Eastern Europe that was starting to show signs of the changes that manifested themselves in 1989. He shares stories of the interesting encounters he had along the way. Now I’d like to thank some of our recent 5 star reviewers in Apple podcasts. Qwertykevboy, Fizzlepop202, simmov…
 
Ciara Mary-Alice Thompson aka CMAT and Rachael Lavelle were the guests on a live recording of the TPOE podcast at Plugd over the Quarter Block Party weekend earlier this year. Relatively new artists, they talk about the art of songwriting, retreats/workshops, stanning each other's music, support from the Irish music industry and what to expect from…
 
For almost five decades, the United Kingdom made plans for a nuclear attack that never came. To help their citizens, civil servants and armed forces prepared those in power a variety of booklets, posters, and how-to guides. Taras Young is a researcher & writer who has produced a book Nuclear War in the UK detailing much of this Cold War ephemera su…
 
It's the annual TPOE-Totally Irish Choice Prize preview show! Eoghan and John Barker go through each of the 10 nominees for Irish album of the year before predicting who we think is going home with the award. The show takes place at Vicar Street on Thursday, March 5. The nomineesDaithi - L.O.S.S. Mick Flannery - Mick Flannery Fontaines D.C. – Dogre…
 
Harry served as a soldier in the Intelligence Corps in Germany in the 1960s and 1970s. His role was that of an Intelligence and Security Operator, focused on the identification of foreign and other malign activities which might undermine the effectiveness of the UK's military presence in the country. Accordingly, he had the experience of a range of…
 
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