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Best Hundred podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Hundred podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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A raw and true life podcast documenting the gaining of wealth from practically nothing. No famous or well known last name. No rich connections or loans. No family wealth that has been passed down. We all have heard the rags to riches stories. Follow me as I embark on that journey. Can wealth & leaving my legacy truly be obtained starting with only a hundred dollars to my name? Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nesia-mbow/support
 
1 phone call. 1 hour. No names. No holds barred. Thats the premise behind Beautiful Stories from Anonymous People, hosted by comedian Chris Gethard (the Chris Gethard Show, Broad City, This American Life, and one of Time Outs 10 best comedians of 2015). Every week, Chris opens the phone line to one anonymous caller, and he cant hang up first, no matter what. From shocking confessions and family secrets to philosophical discussions and shameless self-promotion, anything can and will happen! T ...
 
Business rivals are doing battle every day. On Business Wars Daily, we'll give you a brief daily update on the latest wars between the world's biggest companies. Hosted by David Brown from the hit podcast "Business Wars," listeners will get an inside look at some of today’s most controversial disputes and most surprising business stories: Uber and Lyft competing to invest in city scooters. The latest movie theater grudge match between DC and Marvel. Coffee companies fighting to fill your cup ...
 
Aesop's Fables or the Aesopica are a collection of fables credited to Aesop, a slave and story-teller believed to have lived in ancient Greece between 620 and 560 BCE. The fables remain a popular choice for moral education of children today. Many of the stories, such as The Fox and the Grapes (from which the idiom "sour grapes" derives), The Tortoise and the Hare, The North Wind and the Sun, The Boy Who Cried Wolf and The Ant and the Grasshopper are well-known throughout the world. (Summary ...
 
Riddles! Puzzles! WhoDunnits! Adal Rifai, Erin Keif and John Patrick Coan, three of Chicago's most overrated improvisers, are on the case to solve every riddle, puzzle, brain-teaser, and head-scratcher known to humanity. Some riddles are almost impossible, some are absolutely improbable, and some simply have not aged well. And if you don't like riddles, don't worry! This podcast is barely about them! Like what you hear? Join the Clue Crew for weekly bonus episodes at Patreon.com/heyriddleriddle
 
The podcast equivalent of a group of hobos fighting over half a chicken but they're all kinda embarrassed by their actions and thus they try to be funny about it. Brooks and Zach (and Josh and Liam) host this show. It's a healthy mix between pop culture oriented conversations and a storyline that is near impossible to follow, so don't worry about it. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the Good Times Contact us at brooksandzachhundredyears@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter @HundredYearsPod Brooks: ...
 
First Hundred Days is a podcast where we discuss the idea that if the first hundred days of a presidency are important, they're likely to be important for any other career and life move. We'll speak with CEO's, first time parents, start-up bros and more, to learn if the first hundred days are really that important. www.firsthundreddayspod.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/firsthundreddays Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/first-hundred-days/support
 
Over the course of the next ten episodes, Bobby Hundreds will take you on a deep dive into the themes of his newly released first book, This Is Not a T-Shirt. Each episode will correspond with a chapter from the book, and Bobby and his guest will explore the highs and lows of navigating that terrain. From blowing up and breaking down to picking up the pieces and coming all the way back, This Is Not a Podcast will take you even deeper behind the scenes of one of the greatest streetwear storie ...
 
In 12th-13th century Japan there lived a man named Fujiwara no Teika (sometimes called Sadaie), a well-regarded poet in a society that prized poetry. At one point in his life he compiled the Ogura Hyakunin Isshu (often known simply as the Hyakunin Isshu), which means “A Hundred Poems by A Hundred Poets” (literally “A hundred people, one poem [each]”). This collection of a hundred poems is known to almost all Japanese, and over the years it has been translated by many different people. One of ...
 
Two Hundred a Day is a podcast by Nathan D. Paoletta and Epidiah Ravachol. We are exploring the intensely weird and interesting world of the 70s TV detective show The Rockford Files. Half celebration and half analysis, we break down episodes of the show and then analyze how and why they work as great pieces of narrative and character-building. In each episode of Two Hundred a Day, we watch an episode, recap and review it as fans of the show, and then tease out specific elements from that epi ...
 
King Falls AM centers on a lonely little mountain town's late-night AM talk radio show and its paranormal, peculiar happenings and inhabitants. New shows available the 1st and 15th of every month! Be sure to start from Sammy's first show (May 1st, 2015) to stay up to date with all your King Falls favorites.
 
Journalist Mehdi Hasan is known around the world for his televised takedowns of presidents and prime ministers. In this new podcast from The Intercept, Mehdi unpacks a game-changing news event of the week while challenging the conventional wisdom. As a Brit, a Muslim and an immigrant based in Donald Trump's Washington D.C., Mehdi offers a provocative perspective on the ups and downs of American—and global—politics.
 
A short time ago, in a small town in Oregon. Two people were given the Rogue One Ultimate Ticket, allowing them to see Rogue One as many times as they like, while it is in theaters. Patrick, the level headed half of the couple, said what a wonderful present this was and how it will be a great way to spend time together and enjoy Star Wars. Arielle, the less level headed half of the couple, began to feel the stress and responsibility of these tickets. This was a $100 investment per ticket, an ...
 
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The "guard is tired." With that simple phrase, the newly installed Bolshevik regime in Russia dismissed the duly elected Constituent Assembly in January 1918. And, one might say, so started Russia's century-long interference in elections and electoral outcomes. In his new book Rigged: America, Russia, and One Hundred Years of Covert Electoral Inter…
 
Tom McManus once again hosts the Tonncast triumphantly, this time with very special guest Todd Robert Anderson, a rando he grew up with. They talk Catholicism, not doing Catholicism, and myriad ways to get through the doldrums of sitting through mass. (Music by Adam Blau, who is nothing but respectful when in church.)…
 
Episode eighty-eight of A History of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs looks at "Cathy's Clown" by The Everly Brothers, and at how after signing the biggest contract in music business history their career was sabotaged by their manager. Click the full post to read liner notes, links to more information, and a transcript of the episode. Patreon backe…
 
Uncle John's Truth, Trivia, and the Pursuit of Factiness Bathroom Reader is filled with the latest tidbits from the world of pop culture, history, sports, and strange news stories. Strange History contains short history articles from over 30 Bathroom Readers—along with 50 all-new pages. From the 20th century to the Old West, from the Age of Enlight…
 
In WE tv’s popular series Growing Up Hip Hop, the next offspring of the biggest names in hip hop aim to do whatever it takes to rise above their legendary parents’ shadow. This season, the millennials learn what it’s like to be in the public eye and deal with heartbreak, strained family relationships, and a shocking arrest. Egypt Criss (Sandra “Pep…
 
July 7, 2020I love looking up words in the dictionary. Not to be a “know it all” but to see if we’re using them the way they were meant to be. I love the adventure the dictionary provides by way of how a word began and moved from country to country. I study the different definitions a single word can have. Not because I’m a book worm! I love words!…
 
There's something magical about the musical marriage of a timeless song and a compelling voice, and nowhere is that more evident than on Louise Mandrell's new album Playing Favorites. The 15-song collection includes her take on such well-loved country classics as "Crazy Arms," "He Thinks I Still Care," "You Don't Know Me," "Tennessee Waltz" and "To…
 
The critters of Mount Olympus are back and on the quest of a lifetime! Leap into the world of Zeus the hamster and his gang of fellow pet store friends as they solve the mystery of the labyrinth in this hilarious modern-day take on the Greek myth of “Theseus and the Minotaur.” Zeus the Mighty: The Maze of the Menacing Minotaur is the second book in…
 
What President Trump’s divisive speech at Mount Rushmore reveals about his re-election campaign. Guest: Maggie Haberman, who covers the White House for The New York Times. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily Background reading: Missteps by a fractured campaign and a series of self-inflicted wounds added up to a very …
 
Pod-Crashing Episode 63Remember when the only thing you heard on podcasts were comedians, political talkers, bloggers wanting to share their voice and hardworking deeply dedicated creative minds that somehow couldn’t land a job in radio. Gotta be honest with ya. I don’t know how I got to stay on that tower as long as I did. I was extremely tired of…
 
Kara Moskowitz, Assistant Professor of African History as the University of Missouri-St. Louis. has written a terrific book, Seeing Like A Citizen: Decolonization, Development and the Making of Kenya, 1945-1980 (Ohio University Press). Kara’s book is rigorously researched and beautifully written. She draws on both archival and life history methods …
 
dSoon after atomic bombs exploded over Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, MGM set out to make a movie studio chief Louis B. Mayer called “the most important story” he would ever film: a big budget dramatization of the Manhattan Project and the invention and use of the revolutionary new weapon. Greg Mitchell’s The Beginning or the End: How Hollywood—an…
 
The question of how a state decides what its official language is going to be, or indeed whether it even needs one, is never simple, and this may be particularly true of China which covers a continental landmass encompassing multitude of different language families and groups. Indeed, what is even meant by “Chinese” is unclear when one considers th…
 
Former Secret Service agent and star of Bravo’s Spy Games, Evy Poumpouras, shares lessons learned from protecting presidents, as well insights and skills from the oldest and most elite security force in the world to help you prepare for stressful situations, instantly read people, influence how you are perceived, and live a more fearless life. Beco…
 
The question of how a state decides what its official language is going to be, or indeed whether it even needs one, is never simple, and this may be particularly true of China which covers a continental landmass encompassing multitude of different language families and groups. Indeed, what is even meant by “Chinese” is unclear when one considers th…
 
In this episode, we focus on one of Eisler’s most controversial works, a reconstruction of the 1st-century Roman Jewish historian Josephus’ account of the events surrounding the death of Jesus and the ministry of John the Baptist, including a new physical description of Jesus that apparently prompted the Christ to appear to followers in America to …
 
In Michelangelo’s Inner Anatomies (Penn State University Press), Christian Kleinbub challenges the notion that Michelangelo, renowned for his magnificent portrayals of the human body, was merely concerned with “superficial” anatomy—that is, the parts of the body that can be seen from the outside. Providing a fresh perspective on the artist’s portra…
 
Former Secret Service agent and star of Bravo’s Spy Games, Evy Poumpouras, shares lessons learned from protecting presidents, as well insights and skills from the oldest and most elite security force in the world to help you prepare for stressful situations, instantly read people, influence how you are perceived, and live a more fearless life. Beco…
 
Peter Naldrett, author of Around the Coast in 80 Days: A Guide to Britain’s Best Coastal Towns, Beaches, Cliffs, & Headlands (Bloomsbury) begins his enjoyable trip around the British coast with the notion that reaching the seaside for most Britons is a matter of only a 1-2 hour car ride. And the foreign reader begins to understand just why Britain’…
 
Juan Francisco Manzano and Gabriel de la Concepción Valdés (Plácido) were perhaps the most important and innovative Cuban writers of African descent during the Spanish colonial era. Both nineteenth-century authors used Catholicism as a symbolic language for African-inspired spirituality. Likewise, Plácido and Manzano subverted the popular imagery o…
 
“What makes song sparrows, Verdi, medieval monks, and minstrelsy part of the same taxonomy?” So asks—and answers—Rachel Mundy, who is Assistant Professor of Music at Rutgers University–Newark. In her book, Animal Musicalities: Birds, Beasts, and Evolutionary Listening (Wesleyan University Press, 2018), Mundy shows how the history of the humanities …
 
Gender, Separatist Politics, and Embodied Nationalism in Cameroon (University of Michigan Press, 2019) illuminates how issues of ideal womanhood shaped the Anglophone Cameroonian nationalist movement in the first decade of independence in Cameroon, a west-central African country. Drawing upon history, political science, gender studies, and feminist…
 
dSoon after atomic bombs exploded over Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, MGM set out to make a movie studio chief Louis B. Mayer called “the most important story” he would ever film: a big budget dramatization of the Manhattan Project and the invention and use of the revolutionary new weapon. Greg Mitchell’s The Beginning or the End: How Hollywood—an…
 
Today Jana Byars talks to Jean Halley, Professor of Sociology at the College of Staten Island and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York about her new book Horse Crazy: Girls and the Lives of Horses (University of Georgia Press, 2019). Part memoir, part heavy-hitting theoretical exploration, this delightfully readable book explores …
 
Hey it’s Arroe. This is Play It Forward. A look at the unexpected changes endured by entertainers, writers, camera people and all others affected but not infected by the global invasion of the Coronavirus. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward. Episode 77: Jon Mullins is all about creating new beginnings. Inspired to start sing…
 
On this week’s podcast Dan and Olga review The 100 season 7 episode 7 entitled “The Queen’s Gambit.” We give our thoughts on the episode and read listener feedback. The music for this episode is “Disappointment” by Brian Altano. Please send any feedback to @The100Podcast on Twitter. Thanks for listening! For a direct link to the audio, click here. …
 
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