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A show hosted by two South African buddies, Craig and Gareth. Both have fantastic faces for Podcasting 🙂 Each episode the hosts have conversations with guests who are recognised in their community as people who provide inspiration, motivation and hope. We explore their lives and background stories in fascinating and intriguing chats. We unpack how adversity or their sheer determination and mindset has been used to create a positive and meaningful impact in their and other people's lives. The ...
 
Symphonik Electronik | Progressive, Electro & Tech House | www.facebook.com/powerhau5 | Recommended for fans of these artists: Kaempfer & Dietze / Daniel Portman / Jerome Isma-Ae / Innate / Arno Cost / Arias / Chris Nemmo / Andree Eskay / Dousk / Mac Gregor / Kama / Damon Jee / Olivier Giacomotto / Libex & Marshall / Gareth Emery / Sultan & Ned Shepard / Matthew Dekay / DJ Tatana / Martin Roth / Ee-Sma / Mikas / Mason / Felguk / Gabriel Marchisio / Joy Marquez / Michael Woods / Pryda / 2XLC ...
 
A weekly show that brings you ten new tracks from artists from across the world. We cover every genre conceivable, from abstract techno, mutated dancehall, dark metal to Chinese bin lid music or something else - if it's recorded outside of the major label system, we're up for playing it. You'll find music you love, music you don't understand, and music that'll change your life.
 
Stelios (Founder & Director of Ceres | Pure Food Innovation) travels and talks to exciting people within the Food & Hospitality industry. We don't rush in this podcast, we really want to find out what makes people do what they do. Focussed on learning from Chefs, Food Producers, Growers, Hoteliers, Suppliers, Restauranteurs, Trade Associations, and whoever makes hospitality happen. Tune in if you're in the business of making hospitality happen.
 
2011. The All Blacks haven't won a World Cup since the original, Wales are used to going out in the pools, England are still wondering whether Martin Johnson might be a coach, and a whole raft of tier two nations are out for blood. Join the idiot behind rugby's most popular YouTube channel and his fellow rugby nerd brother for a detailed and affectionate look back at each Rugby World Cup, celebrating and dissecting an evolving sport, match-by-match... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op ...
 
MASASHI OSAKU provides DJ mixes of Progressive,Electro,Tech House on the Podcast for the world directly.As picking up latest tracks,he's gonna take you up through your ears at any place. ----> Introduction about "MASASHI OSAKU" ----> Masashi Osaku is a DJ specializing in Electro/Progressive/Tech/Acid House and is a master of the decks delivering fabulous mixes with the highest level of quality and class. He is constantly learning, improving and searching the world for the newest, hippest tun ...
 
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Extraordinary experimentation throughout this episode of the Independent Music Podcast. We move in all sorts of directions, from the esoteric ambient sounds from Estonia’s Maarja Nuut, to kerosene tank brass cumbia from Los Pirañas, to funk-tinged gnarly noise from Leeds’ Thank. Elsewhere, we have the latest from Mark Lanegan’s Dark Mark moniker, I…
 
We bring down the final curtain on the 2011 Rugby World Cup. We pick our favourite tries and games from the tournament, teams of the tournament, a dick-of-the-day XV. We also crown the player of the tournament, as well as the dick of the tournament. We then talk about what's next for the pod! Will's top tries playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch…
 
We've made it to the final of the 2011 Rugby World Cup! We talk a bit about Stephen Donald, Spanish soap operas and the French Haka response. We also chat to P Money again! Thanks for listening, and thanks as always to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Dark and heavy noise pervasive throughout this hour of music. The introducing track from Multiform Palace is scratchy experimental hip-hop with tinges of South America. We build on that with rooster-sampling cumbia from Romperayo and dark latin rhythms from Manuka Honey, and we touch on Yorkshire dubstep, Korean techno, krautrock from Raime and Val…
 
Blood & Mud's Josh Gardner joins us to watch the third place playoff between Wales and Australia, as if for the first time. We get sidetracked in talking about Brett Gosper's penis, Rugby Challenge and Steps' Greatest Hits. Also contains a detailed analysis of Wales' World Cup anthem, Sam Our Captain. Thanks to Josh (@joshgardner and @rucked_mag on…
 
Screaming Tuareg, experimental funk from 80s Japan, drone jazz, and a whole lot more to celebrate our first in-person Independent Music Podcast since God knows when. Tracklisting Mdou Moctar – Chismiten (Matador Records, USA) Springtime – Penumbra (Live in Melbourne) (Tropical Fuck Storm Records, Australia) Minoru “Hoodoo” Fushimi – Makezu Bushi (1…
 
We turn to the second semi-final of the World Cup, as New Zealand knock out Australia. We talk about the return of Ant Finger, Dimitri Yachvili conspiracies and 2020 hit film The Croods: A New Age. Thanks for listening, and we'll see you next week for the third place playoff. Thanks also to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See acast.com/privacy f…
 
Welcome to BAD END's first-ever video podcast! This is the same audio version you know and love, but this episode also lives on YouTube with video to go along with the sound. This week, we're talking about the paradox of fun survival horror in Resident Evil 8, along with the potential modern appeal of a Mass Effect Remaster. Since it's a video epis…
 
Patricia Hughes comes to the position as the College Programs Officer after three and half years as Athletic Director of Salem College in Winston-Salem, NC. During her successful tenure at Salem, she led multiple community initiatives, developed a college-wide NCAA Compliance education program, and implemented and monitored Title IX training strate…
 
Congo techno, devotional techno, foot-stomping folk, and a whole lot of weird, wonderful, experimental sounds from across the globe pepper this episode of the Independent Music Podcast. Tracklisting BLYTH – Confessions of a Justified Sinner (self-release, UK) Rey Sapienz & The Congo Techno Ensemble – Eza Makambo (Nyege Nyege Tapes, Uganda) Alice Hu…
 
We finally reach the episode we didn't want to do. We address the most dramatic, controversial semi-final in the Rugby World Cup's history, dissecting everything from Sam Warburton's red card, Rhys Priestland & Adam Jones' injuries, whether Lawrence Dallaglio started coronavirus, Wales' mental strength, Julien Bonnaire's phyiscal strength and wheth…
 
After our week off we’re back with some some absolute crackers. We’re going heavy on bass with Malaysian trap, Spanish dubs and the latest cracker from Avon Terror Corps. We’ve also got insect field recordings, stunning piano from Library Tapes, metal from Somerset and a load more. Tracklisting DJ Format – Time To Listen (Project Blue Book, UK) Kin…
 
As life transitions back into the weird alien world of reality, we're dipping our toes into the post-quarantine world with New Pokemon Snap and the open fields of Nier Replicant... which we're now experiencing for a second playthrough. Maybe we're more ready for a return to normal(ish) life than we think. BAD END is proud to be part of SUPERCULTURE…
 
In this episode Stelios talks to Dino Joannides, Dino spins a lot of plates and can be found over at Bizimply the All In One Scheduling, Time Tracking, Human Resources software, but he is also very much involved in the hospitality world too and if that isn’t enough he is also written a fantastic Italian cookbook 'Semplice' filled to the brim with g…
 
It's here. The heavily controversial quarter final between South Africa and Australia. We talk in depth about Bryce Lawrence, and whether his refereeing influenced this game as heavily as it is remembered. We also compare Pieter De Villiers to Ted Lasso. A huge thanks to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
In this episode it was so good to talk to Darren Burns the National Recruitment Manager for The Timpson Group & Head of the Timpson Foundation. We discuss employing ex-offenders and how important it is to the country but how beneficial it can be for your business too. Done right it is a win win. Follow Darren on LinkedIn or Twitter. Want to unlock …
 
Lille artist Hassan K’s idiosyncratic experimental breakcore-bollywood-surf-orchestral-pomp is the perfect start to this episode of the Independent Music Podcast, which shifts through thundering club bangers, electronic dancehall, Peruvian field recordings and more. We have a welcome return from Anika on Sacred Bones and Invada, a love letter to Ni…
 
We are joined by Blood & Mud's Lee Calvert to discuss everything from Toby Flood to Alton Towers. We also come up with some conspiracy theories about Martin Johnson along the way. A huge thanks to Lee (@bloosandmud on Twitter) for joining us. You can listen to the Blood & Mud Podcast on all podcast platforms. Thanks also to Tom Rosenthal for our th…
 
This week we're joined by writer and FUNLAND magazine creator Zack Kotzer to talk about the lost ethos of early gamer magazines, the amusing terribleness of Balan Wonderworld, and videogame genre-busting in Nier Replicant. Support FUNLAND at patreon.com/funlandmag, and follow the magazine's accounts on Twitter and Instagram @FunlandMag for more upd…
 
Great things come in small packages, and this week’s show packs a punch with multiple short, sharp tracks from across the globe. From the avant garde musique concrete of Sourdure to the extraordinary experimentation of Yuko Araki, via lo-fi Brazilian pop of Sophia Chablau and the hefty bass-driven hiphop of the collaboration between Kool Keith, Sco…
 
Comedian, presenter, broadcaster and all round legend Chris Corcoran joins us to recall the first quarter final, in which Wales downed a star-studded Irish team. We speak about The Italian Job, Keith Earls, and BBC Wales' insane detective skills. A huge thanks to Korkey (@ChrisKorkey on Twitter) for joining us. Thanks also to Tom Rosenthal for our …
 
In this episode we talk to Loren Hiller senior commercial officer of Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). As you may know we had Loren on episode seven, so we thought it was well overdue to have a good catch up and to get a feeling for whats going on out there and of course we also touched on Seaspiracy. If you want to get in touch or to give feedback…
 
The usual rollercoaster of sounds on this week’s Independent Music Podcast, from The Soft Moon’s Luis Vasquez’s stunning step into releasing music under his own name through to delicate experimental folk from Japan. In the space between there’s dark electro from Italy, abrasive noise from Merzbow-collaborator Kentaro Hayashi, acid from Tel Aviv, th…
 
We're back! We wrap up the group stages with a proper leaving party. This includes a summary of every match, some fun games and an update on Robbie's progress on Rugby Manager. See you next week for the first quarter final, Ireland vs Wales, with a special guest. Thanks to Tom Rosenthal for our theme music, and for all of our guests who have featur…
 
We're joined by journalist/streamer/podcaster Bijan Stephen to talk about gaming's greatest power fantasy: unalienated labor. We're also discussing the glorious perfection of Final Fantasy XIV, the ecstasy of shounen in 2021, and games like Bloodborne, Before Your Eyes, Valorant, Adios, and Deliver Us The Moon. BAD END is proud to be part of SUPERC…
 
In this episode, I talk to the king of fish, Nathan Outlaw from Outlaw New Road & Outlaws Fish Kitchen in Port Issac in Cornwall. Nathan is super-intelligent and down to earth. If you loved listening to Nathan, then why not follow him on Instagram too. Big thanks to our episode sponsor; get in touch with Sauce Intelligence for your mystery guests v…
 
A wide range of experimental sounds for episode 321. From medieval industrial metal to steam train post-punk, French field recording techno to toytonics from an 8-year-old South Korean prodigy and nearly everything in-between. Tracklisting Sophrosyne - Ecclesiastes (Avon Terror Corps, UK) RAAI - Beautiful Ocean (Extra Noir, South Korea) LV & Joshua…
 
In this episode I talk to two great people, Martin Robinson from Robinsons Fish & Chips in Billingham, and Tom Doran from the Fishermans Chippy in Mevagissey and Archies Fish & Chips in St Stephen in Cornwall. Both chaps are running great businesses, I have wanted to get them both on for some time to test out something. Whats It like putting two gr…
 
In our season 2 finale, we chat to Jeroen van den Brom (a.k.a. DutchBondFan)! We're also joined by Nicholas Broadstock in the countdown of our 007 best Rogerisms, Martin delves deeply into the United Kingdom, Adam reviews Bullseye, and Phil shares his rather feminine Bond theory! {Correspondence to: rogermoorescubbyhole@gmail.com}.…
 
Hypnosis and electroacoustic heavy on this show, as we explore found and adapted sounds from Greece, Italy, and the US, and well as taking on Tuareg/folk chanting from Niger, the latest from the ever-excellent Beak>, heavy psycadelics from Canada and more.⁠ Tracklisting Beak> - Oh Know (NRML Festival, Mexico) Sneaky Jesus - Battledance (Shapes of R…
 
In this episode I talk to Jim Cowie the owner of the the Scrabster Seafood Bar & Takeaway and Captains Galley, and Ashley Cowie the Explorer, Filmmaker, Presenter and Author. In this episode we discussed the recent Netflix movie Seaspiracy, and we had a passionate seafood chef and a a filmmaker to help us disassemble it all. Follow Jim on Instagram…
 
In this episode I talk to the general manager Debbie Capadonna and head chef Gareth Stevenson of the renowned Pale Hall Hotel & Restaurant the Grand historic house on the edge of Snowdonia. Click on these links to find out more about Pale Hall Hotel & Restaurant. Follow Debbie & Gareth on Twitter Big thanks to our episode sponsor Sauce Intelligence…
 
We're back on our Normal Episode beat this week, talking about videogame core loops of all kinds - some peaceful, some way too complex for their own good, some infuriating. We're talking about Loop Hero, the new indie hotness that's taken the idle roguelike world by storm, the new demo for Monster Hunter Rise, and FFXII the Zodiac Age, an old class…
 
Join us in the Cubby Hole this week as we chat to special effects legend, John Richardson! We also reveal our 007 best non-car vehicles of the franchise, Martin delves deeply into Italy, Adam reviews Road to Perdition, and Phil questions Bond’s sexual preferences with his latest crazy theory! {Correspondence to: rogermoorescubbyhole@gmail.com}.…
 
Bookended by guitar-based experimental opuses, this week's show moves through the gears from psych-tinged jazz to off-tuned hiphop, via operatic experimentation, thundering bass music, folk, and Argentinian library music. Tracklisting Hedvig Mollestad Trio - Leo Flash' Return To The Underworld (Rune Grammofon, Norway) McKinley Dixon - Make a Poet B…
 
McCourt is a former Northern Ireland International whose playing career spans over 17 years. At the height of his time as a pro, Paddy played for Celtic and had 18 senior appearances with Northern Ireland. A winger by trade, Paddy was nicknamed ‘the Derry Pele’ due to his technical ability and propensity for scoring ‘wonder goals’. Today, Paddy is …
 
Join us in the Cubby Hole this week as we chat to Mr GoldenEye, Nicolás Suszcyzk! We also reveal our 007 best Bond finales, Martin delves deeply into Greece, Adam reviews The Man From Hong Kong, and Phil posits a surprisingly plausible Bond theory! {Correspondence to: rogermoorescubbyhole@gmail.com}.…
 
Even by the usual standards of the Independent Music Podcast, this show reaches into the more extraordinary reaches of experimental sounds. From chopped up club bangers, through Brazilian field recordings, via techno abstraction and Russian trap/free jazz, this show gives your ears a really solid workout. Tracklisting Rosso Polare - carrubbe chit K…
 
In this episode we talk to lifelong fisherman Jimmy Buchan, for over forty years he has been involved with fishing. Was brilliant to pick his brain, there isn't much he doesnt know about Scotland, fishing, seafood, and of course Langoustines. If you fancy trying some of his great products for your business or home then visit his website.…
 
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