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Each week panelists discuss a Bible topic on live video in real time. The discussion is based on only what the Bible reveals, and letting the Bible interpret itself without our interference. During the live webcast panelists take questions and comments from the audience. Each webcast aims at being engaging, informative and educational and could be fun. The Tuesday panelists are Jeff Smelser of Exton, PA and can be reached at (610) 363-8042; Scott Smelser of Gettysburg, PA is Program Director ...
 
The Cycling Podcast – daily insight and analysis of the Giro d'Italia, Vuelta a España and Classics. Join journalists Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe – and a few special guests along the way – as they podcast about the latest cycling news and the world of professional cycling. Expect a mix of insight and analysis as our three experienced journalists cover not just the big talking points but take you behind the scenes of professional cycling. Richard Moore is the author of Slay ...
 
Vuoi immergerti nell'inglese in modo piacevole e rilassante?Immagina un giorno di svegliarti e di parlare l'inglese...magicamente. Come sarebbe? Se stai leggendo queste righe, significa che vuoi davvero parlare l'inglese molto bene. Immagina di essere gia' in grado di parlarlo fluentemente, come ti sentiresti? Emozionato? Felice? Che ne diresti di divertirti e goderti anche il processo di apprendimento? Tutto questo e molto altro e' Speak English Magically! In questo podcast troverai gli aud ...
 
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The Giro d'Italia crossed into Slovenia on stage 15 and The Cycling Podcast was there to see Victor Campenaerts win Qhubeka Assos's third stage in five days. The start of the stage was marred by an enormous crash with our audio diarist, James Knox, one of the fallers. Thankfully he wasn't too badly hurt, as he tells us in tonight's instalment. We a…
 
In our final episode before the Tour de France Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and François Thomazeau preview the race before the Grand Départ in Brittany this weekend. Mark Cavendish is one of several surprise selections – we discuss his late inclusion in the Deceuninck-Quick-step team at the expense of Sam Bennett. We also look ahead to stage one, a…
 
Three things that are helpful: 1) Follow the early Christians growth plan — Acts 2:41-47; 2) Be a Barnabas; 3) Have Reasonable Expectations - Heb. 6:1-2. Three things that are hurtful: 1) Overwhelming them with unreasonable expectations; 2) Seeing disunity in the local church; 3) Seeing hypocrisy in the local church. See acast.com/privacy for priva…
 
Current Partick Thistle defender and former Aberdeen, rangers, Ross County and St Johnstone man, Richard Foster joins the boys for a chat. Talking square gos with Archie Knox, almost crashing the car after hearing a penalty claim and spending the night in the Premier Inn after his Champions league debut. On the big question it's all about who shoul…
 
If you like Barista's being confused with Batista, cannibal wrestling factions and wrestling infiltrating Scottish League 1 football this is the podcast for you. Grado and Rab also give their opinion on Piper Nivens debut, what Eli Drake/LA Knight was like backstage and there's a really important conversation about mental health. Plus your Bury/Put…
 
For this episode of Life in the Peloton, I chatted to Simon Mottram, who founded Rapha back in 2004. I was really interested to hear what drove him to start the company and particularly his comment that Rapha is not a clothing company, it's a cycling company. Simon's passion for cycling shines through and it's fair to say that Rapha has changed the…
 
NXT UK debutant Andy Wild is on the Marks to talk about the inner workings of the promotion including the voice of God Shawn Michaels. Looking back over the big wrestling TV shows with guest Marks, Rico & Braunscell but can Gary resist RAW after last weeks protest. Plus Steve Clarke is getting it tight on a promo, Gary pissing off Triple H and all …
 
NXT UK debutant Andy Wild is on the Marks to talk about the inner workings of the promotion including the voice of God Shawn Michaels. Looking back over the big wrestling TV shows with guest Marks, Rico & Braunscell but can Gary resist RAW after last weeks protest. Plus Steve Clarke is getting it tight on a promo, Gary pissing off Triple H and all …
 
We are looking ahead to the Tour de France in this week's episode as we review the recent racing in Switzerland, Slovenia and Belgium. The Tour is set to be a fascinating battle between the collective strength of Ineos Grenadiers and the individual talents of Tadej Pogačar, the defending champion, and Primoz Roglič. This week we also hear from Pave…
 
Football Daft presents a special show on the eve of Scotland's Euro campaign as Clyde 1's Cassi Gillespie catches up with the last man to take the country to a major tournament, Craig Brown! Joining him are some of the characters that made up his team, with assistant Archie Knox, captain Colin Hendry and Cassi's very own dad, player liaison officer…
 
Joining the lads this week is former Hibs & Celtic man, Derek Riordan! Derek joins the lads to chat about playing for both teams he supported as a kid, scoring in Edinburgh derbies & his travels to China! We have not one but TWO special guests on the Open Line today and another punter attempts to win the pies on the EURO Player Profile Play Off wit…
 
The greatest wrestling podcast tag team are reunited, as Rab and Grado talk Mathew Kelly, Dierdre Barlow and a TNA wrestler threatening to kill the Stevenston dream. On the the List of Wrestling Daft it's the best finishers, we have your Bury and Putovers and there is a severe edit on the Road Story. Episode LXXX is here, ring the bell!…
 
What’s our duty to our parents and/or our grandparents? There are few things in life which require as much work as our family. And one of the few things that return so many rewards. However, the current trend today the family unit is facing attacks on multiple levels. Ultimately many will or are already suffering for it. See acast.com/privacy for p…
 
In June's episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin Rose Manley, Orla Chennaoui and Richard Moore discuss all the recent racing, and we hear from Tour de Suisse stage winner Elise Chabbey of Canyon/SRAM. There's also an interview with one of the strongest performers of the season, Pauliena Rooijakkers of Liv Racing. And we meet the winner of the world…
 
The artist formerly known as Big Cas is on the show talking Impact, the road to recovery and the Hardy pop at Wrestlemania. Burying and Putting Over stuff from this weeks shows, cutting promos on WhatsApp and all the latest news. Plus service station sandwiches, shackets and Demolition Man! Check out the video version at patreon.com/wrestlingdaft…
 
Film club returns to The Cycling Podcast as Daniel Friebe and Richard Moore review The Least Expected Day, series two of Netflix's fly-on-the-wall Movistar documentary. We discuss the latest racing, including Richie Porte's victory at the Critérium du Dauphiné and what it means for the Tour de France. And we hear from Ian Boswell, last week's guest…
 
Our favorite picks for audio products from the past 6 months! PLUS Co-Host Bryan Beasley and Brian Hunter recap their visit to the legendary Van Halen 5150 recording studios. Special thanks to PartTimeAudiphile Editor-In-Chief Marc Phillips for his help with nominations for TOP's Products Of The Season. S5E10 Sponsors: NAIMAUDIOdotCOM– British Hi-F…
 
Spiritual Gifts began during the time of the apostles in the 1st century. What were their purpose, how were they distributed and to who, and finally how long would these miraculous gifts last. The BibleQuest panelists will consider these questions from the biblical record which gives us the answers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf…
 
Joining the boys this week is former Celtic man, Jackie McNamara! Chatting through his successful career, Glenn Hoddles healing hands & what could have been with the Jackie McNamara sitcom! All the usual fun on the Open Line and its the return of another EURO's themed Player Profile Play Off with piesports.com Check out the full video version at pa…
 
Fresh from filming his new sitcom Rab returns with the littlest big man in wrestling, Chris Toal! (Grado is filming Two Doors Down) Chris goes total kayfabe as he introduces his new stable, The Lads on the Run In, we look towards future world champions on The List and the Pun In is back with wrestling place names. Plus discussing the recent WWE rel…
 
Richard Moore is joined by former professional Ian Boswell and François Thomazeau for this week's episode as we discuss the Critérium du Dauphiné, look back on the Giro d'Italia and discuss the implications for cycling of the week's biggest story in sport, tennis player Naomi Osaka's decision not to participate in press conferences and to withdraw …
 
Life in the Peloton is back after taking a break while the Giro d'Italia was on, which gave me a chance to sit down with someone I've wanted to get on the podcast for a long time. Tsgabu Grmay rides for my old team, now called Team Bike Exchange, and he's racing his tenth season in the pro peloton. He was born and brought up in the Tigray region of…
 
Explore returns with Lionel Birnie travelling to the south coast of England to meet photographer and journalist Roff Smith, whose lockdown project was published in the New York Times as A Cyclist on the English Landscape. The series of self-portraits feature Roff cycling in and around his adopted home town, St Leonards-on-Sea in Sussex. Roff is not…
 
In our final episode from the 2021 Giro d'Italia Richard Moore and Brian Nygaard soak up the atmosphere in Milan and look back on the past three weeks of racing and travelling around Italy. We hear from some of the stars and unsung heroes of the race, including Alberto Bettiol, Jan Tratnik, Salvatore Puccio, Dries De Bondt and Gianni Savio. There's…
 
In our penultimate episode from the Giro d'Italia we reflect on the final mountain stage, won by the rider in second place, Damiano Caruso. Richard Moore and Brian Nygaard discuss the stage ahead of Egan Bernal's likely coronation as Giro winner in Milan on Sunday. We hear from Chris Juul-Jensen of Team Bike Exchange, Matt Winston, sports director …
 
On the penultimate mountain stage of the Giro d’Italia Simon Yates claimed victory to set up a thrilling final weekend. In our stage 19 podcast we hear from Yates’s sports director, Matt White, and also from a rider who was in the breakaway, Larry Warbasse. There’s another instalment of James Knox’s audio diary and a final entry from our other diar…
 
Joining Stephen & Chris this week its the real king of breakfast radio & GBX legend, George Bowie! George chats through his career on Clyde 1, the GBX and gives us a play of his new GBX cover of Baccara - Yes Sir, I Can Boogie! All the usual fun on the Open Line & special EURO's Player Play Off with piesports.com Full video at patreon.com/footballd…
 
Davey Blaze returns on the Run In as him and Grado bond over impending fatherhood. Plus he talks working Nash, wrestling in Dubai and why he is banned from Spain! On the List of Wrestling Daft it's all about belts, we talk hide the sh**te on the Road Story and what if you crossed Stone Cold with ET? Episode LXXVIII is here, ring the bell!…
 
One day before stage 20 of the Giro d'Italia begins in his home town, we take a look at a rider upon whose broad shoulders the hopes of Italian cycling seem to rest. Filippo Ganna is the world champion who on Sunday in Milan will be the favourite to win his fifth Giro time trial in a row. In this episode we speak to some of his rivals, including Ed…
 
A rider we’ve been tipping all Giro, Alberto Bettiol, finally got his stage win on a day when the other big news was the withdrawal of Remco Evenepoel. In our stage 18 podcast we discuss Evenepoel and the decision to throw him into the Giro and hear from a couple of other young riders, Tobias Foss and Attila Valter. We’ve also got an interview with…
 
The Giro d'Italia may have some twists and turns left after a seventeenth stage that saw the first sign of weakness from the overall leader, Egan Bernal, while Dan Martin took a well deserved win. In the podcast we hear from Rod Ellingworth on Bernal, there's more from our diarist, James Knox, we solve the mystery of George Bennett's "double ascent…
 
Eleven of the sixteen stages so far at this Giro d’Italia have been won by first time grand tour stage winners. Some – Egan Bernal, Giacomo Nizzolo – have not been much of a surprise. But some certainly have, and yet there have been days when the stage winner has been overshadowed by the GC battle. In this episode of Kilometre 0 we revisit their st…
 
On the second rest day of the Giro d'Italia Richard and Daniel sit down in Canazei in the Dolomites to answer some listeners' questions. Topics include downhill time trials, littering, Italy and the Giro's place in its cultural landscape, and why there is no cycling equivalent of Sam Allardyce, the football manager. For a couple of questions we tur…
 
With the queen stage of the Giro d'Italia shortened by 60km, two major climbs removed and no TV pictures, the job of The Cycling Podcast after stage 16 was to piece together what happened. Richard and Daniel were at the finish in Cortina to speak to some of the protagonists and make sense of a stage that cemented Egan Bernal's status as the favouri…
 
After its ascent of the Zoncolan on stage 14, the Giro d'Italia remains in Italy’s far northeast on Sunday – and even dips into Slovenia – for a stage that reflects many of the region’s textures and contradictions. The local hero as far as the Giro is concerned was Alessandro De Marchi – but the former maglia rosa crashed out en route to Bagno di R…
 
No day is the same at the Giro d'Italia but very few start, for Richard and Daniel at least, with a meeting with the US Acting Ambassador to Italy. We hear from Ambassador Tom Smitham – a keen cyclist and friend of the podcast – in tonight's episode and we have all the reaction from a crucial stage that finished at Monte Zoncolan, including intervi…
 
Stage 13 and as the Giro d'Italia reached Verona we discuss a first grand tour stage win for Giacomo Nizzolo and hear from his teammate and lead-out man, Max Walscheid. We've got an interview with Deceuninck-Quick-step supremo Patrick Lefevere and another audio diary from one of his riders, James Knox. And at the start in Ravenna we meet Marina Rom…
 
This week the boys are joined by a super-sub (in podcasting terms), Hamilton man Scott Martin! Thomas Cerny being a mad man, Cumdog's antics & agent maw all feature this week! The Open Line is back once again with a cracking story & the Player Profile Play Off is back with piesports.com Get the full video version at patreon.com/footballdaft…
 
I can't stand it, I know you planned it...It's a random run in this week as Rab & Grado's call is answered by non-other than veteran British wrestler, Sabotage. Hear about the old days of SWA in Scotland as he burys anything that comes near him, in a shoot interview that puts Jim Cornette to shame. We have the biggest pops on the List of Wrestling …
 
Thursday’s twelfth stage of the Giro d'Italia was a paean not only to one of Italy’s cycling heartlands – the verdant hills and mountains of Tuscany – but also two legends of Italian cycling in Gino Bartali and Alfredo Martini. Martini is the lesser known of the pair but there is no doubting his status as a national sporting treasure, less for the …
 
As our Girovagando pushes past its half-way point our stage twelve episode from the Giro d'Italia includes our audio diarist, James Knox, on the emotional departure of a valued teammate, there are interviews with two of the stage's main protagonists, George Bennett and Chris Hamilton, and we hear from the previous day's winner, Mauro Schmid. The Cy…
 
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