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A collection of LibriVox volunteers’ favourite chapters. Some were chosen for being the key chapter in a great novel, others for the wonderful clarity with which great ideas are expressed, and still others because the reader did a wonderful job. Whatever the reason they were chosen, we hope they will give you as much pleasure as they did us. (Summary by David Barnes).
 
A weekly podcast with film critic Mark Kermode with a series of different elements including: a podcast version of MK3D - the live show he does every month at BFI Southbank which includes movie guests and questions from the audience, Head to Head with Jack Howard in which they argue about the merits or otherwise of classic and contemporary films, 2001 Films You Must See Before You Die, Hell's Video Store plus Movie Time Travel - where Mark visits a famous film location.
 
English: Every Saturday morning we are on air for our local and international listeners with our German radio show “Bunte Welle”. We are focused on the most beautiful German hits of all times, and entertain a wide range of people with our music selection, information about the artists, current affairs and local events. We are part of the multicultural program. Responsible for radio “Bunte Welle” are Hilli and Fritz Schmitt, whereby Hilli leads you through the show as a moderator and Fritz ac ...
 
Don't you just love a crazy story? I do. Each episode of ESP covers those stories you just can't help but love. The stories that shock but are always real. They might be...true crime, survival, justice, kidnap, mayhem, madness, twisted. Sometimes the the outright weird. Always unbelievable. Join Barry as he walks you through the story he just can't get out of his head this week.
 
A collection of LibriVox volunteers’ favourite chapters. Some were chosen for being the key chapter in a great novel, others for the wonderful clarity with which great ideas are expressed, and still others because the reader did a wonderful job. Whatever the reason they were chosen, we hope they will give you as much pleasure as they did us. (Summary by David Barnes).
 
Troubled Waters is the pop culture quiz show where comedians disagree to disagree. Twice a month, Dave will stoke pointless arguments between two teams of comedians and make them compete against each other in order to settle their meaningless debates once and for all. Winner takes home the right to be right.
 
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Joining us today is musician, Jessica Dobson. Jessica Dobson is a musician based in Los Angeles. She's the lead singer and guitarist for her band Deep Sea Diver, a group she formed in 2012. Before starting that project, Jessica played and toured with the likes of Beck, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Conor Oberst, and was a member of The Shins for a couple of …
 
Mark and Jack Howard lock horns on two of their favourite films - Mark reveals why he loves 'Hackers' - Iain Softley's 1995 cult computer thriller and Jack explains the genius of the Coen Brothers 2008 screwball crime comedy 'Burn After Reading'. Warning spoilers ahoy and sparks fly! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The Squawka Talker football podcast is back to preview the 2020/21 Premier League season in a special episode. William Hill, sponsors of this special ep, have Man City as 8/11 favourites to win the Premier League this season. What gives? On the show to discuss everything from the title race to the relegation battle are host Jake Entwistle, Muhammad…
 
Brussels has threatened legal action over the UK Brexit treaty breach, and Citigroup will become the first big Wall Street Bank to be run by a female chief executive after appointing Jane Fraser as Mike Corbat’s successor. Plus, the FT’s Tokyo Bureau chief, Robin Harding, will give us a glimpse of what Japan might look like under prime ministerial …
 
Hosts Mofi and Tiese share their highlights from the week:All of our favorite moments from Beyoncé’s Black is King film, birthday celebrations in the time of corona, T shares a few skincare tips, a hilarious game of “guess the Yoruba lyrics” + more... Subscribe Rate & Review on Apple Podcasts. Keep up with us on twitter & instagram @ourfavepods Mof…
 
Banksy's contemporary take on Claude Monet's iconic water lily pond will be sold for an estimated £3-5 million in Sotheby's online auction on October 21. 'Show me the Monet' Depicts the French impressionist's famous Japanese bridge at the artist's garden, littered with shopping trollies and an orange traffic cone in a statement on 'society's disreg…
 
Covid-19 has put a magnifying glass on education inequity in New Zealand, with some students needing to drop out of school to work for the sake of their families. Ardern says parents need to have enough income to not just survive but thrive. She says lifting the minimum wage makes a difference. But Collins says small businesses can't afford more in…
 
Global stocks suffered a heavy hit on Monday in a rush of nerves about potential new Covid-19 lockdowns, and LVMH’s attempt to walk away from its $16.6bn takeover of Tiffany will go to trial in January. Plus, the FT’s Richard Waters will explain what is in store for Tesla’s Battery Day today and whether the car company can fight off the competition…
 
US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said he would usher through a vote for the vacant position on Supreme Court this year, though he did not say exactly when. US President Donald Trump has said he will announce his US Supreme Court pick by the end of the week, moving quickly to fill the seat of liberal icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg and cement …
 
Botswana wildlife officials said that cyanobacteria was the cause of a spate of mysterious elephant deaths this year that had alarmed conservationists. Cyanobacteria are microscopic organisms common in water and sometimes found in soil. Not all produce toxins but scientists say toxic ones are occurring more frequently as climate change drives up gl…
 
High atop the Andes, indigenous Bolivians burnt offerings to honour Pachamama, the goddess of the earth and fertility, in advance of the southern hemisphere's spring equinox. These rituals have been celebrated in South America for centuries in indigenous communities, although they have been adapted through time and are currently performed in cities…
 
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