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Australian psychologists Amy & Hunter nerd out about all things psychology, from Star Wars to Social Anxiety. Listen in for an independent pod with great chemistry between therapists working in oncology (Hunter) & child psychology (Amy). Each episode focuses on a psychological issue, therapy or simply provides an outlet to overanalyse our favourite tv & film characters. @twoshrinkspod
 
Join Luke Moore and Pete Donaldson for an unplanned half hour every Monday and Thursday as they pull on the threads of the universe and revel in the discovery of where each one takes them. From ancient history and modern phenomena to the week's events and everything in between, The Luke and Pete Show is your chance to share in the fun of two men with time on their hands and a good idea of how to waste it.
 
What do intellectual historians currently investigate? And why is this relevant for us today? These are some of the questions our podcast series, led by graduate students at Cambridge, seeks to explore. It aims to introduce intellectual historians and their work to everyone with an interest in history and politics. Do join in on our conversations! (The theme song of "Interventions | The Intellectual History Podcast" was created at jukedeck.com)
 
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Lot of assumptions in that title that I'm sure will get some responses on its own. Regardless, this is our first Galactic Council episode in our new format! This is an unprepared episode where Matt and Hunter blindly approach a topic and see where the conversation takes them. It was wildly fun to do, so we hope you enjoy it and look forward to futu…
 
On today’s show, punk Pete Donaldson gets ready for his very first driving lesson in a Formula 1 car, before the boys discuss the joys of pubs reopening without scotch egg and pitta bread restrictions. We’ve also got a Prince Philip tribute from Pete, Darth Vader toilet troubles from Luke and some handy freezer life hacks from a listener who really…
 
On today's episode, Pete dives into discussion about the most satisfying feelings in life, before Luke tells us what shoes to avoid wearing if you don't want to look old. Also on today's show, the boys share hacks on how to make it look like you're working when you're not, before A NEW PLAYER ENTERS THE GAME. Just two boys and a load of batteries -…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Reads archives and bringing you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2018: How an extreme libertarian tract predicting the collapse of liberal democracies – written by Jacob Rees-Mogg’s father – inspired the likes of Peter Thiel to buy up property across the Paci…
 
The fact that we’ve never done an episode specifically about Objectives and Victory Points is either a huge misstep, or completely unnecessary. But here’s one anyways! This is part one where we go over all of the types of victory points, and cover our first section of objectives: Control Objectives. We talked way too much, and so this episode turne…
 
On today’s show, Pete tells us all about the homemade steaks and professional haircuts he’s been giving his dogs over the weekend. Meanwhile, Luke shares some very questionable news about a Florida man and his pickle. Strap yourselves in. Elsewhere, we chat all things Easter-related with burnt hot cross buns and bird poo-filled Creme Eggs, before t…
 
Josiah Elleston-Burrell had done everything to make his dream of studying architecture a reality. But, suddenly, in the summer of 2020, he found his fate was no longer in his hand. By Tom Lamont. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodBy The Guardian
 
On today's episode, Luke and Pete give us the rundown on their new film idea, 'The Bitcoin Boys', after hearing that Cocaine Bear is coming to the big screen. We've also got battery brands, pastry sponsorships and a heated rant about not-so-self-made celebrities. GET STUCK IN! We love hearing from you so make sure you get in touch on our Twitter an…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Reads archives and bringing you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week: In a special tribute to Martin Woollacott, the Guardian’s former foreign correspondent and foreign editor, who has died at the age of 81, Alan Rusbridger reflects on his fondest memories of Martin an…
 
With all of the recent episodes about Exploration and Relics, we were clearly building up to SOMETHING. And that something is finally here. The Naaz-Rokha Alliance are white hot right now, so we’re already overdue for introducing them. Spoiler: they’re a really good faction and you probably didn’t even need us to tell you how to do well with them. …
 
On today’s episode, Luke and Pete are discussing their funeral wishes and mourning the loss of Maplin from the high street. It’s not all doom and gloom though, as the Suez Canal, garden centres and big bums are also on the agenda. Get in touch on Twitter, or send us an email at hello@lukeandpeteshow.com! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou…
 
Avril Henry lived a fulfilling life, but as age took hold and her body failed, it was one she no longer believed was worth living. Why did the law stand in her way? By Katie Engelhart. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodBy The Guardian
 
On today’s show, Pete describes an intense 50 mph visit to the supermarket with a co-driver he has access to, meanwhile Luke asks what the most enjoyable feeling in the world is. We’ve also got new battery brands, steampunk stories and emergency ‘flashlights’, plus Luke gives us some tactical insight into how to master playing PUBG. Come and get in…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Reads archives and bringing you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2017: In 2014, documents alleging a conspiracy to Islamise Birmingham schools were leaked to the media, sparking a national scandal. The papers were debunked – but the story remains as divisive …
 
Today we get to complete the meat of our Learning Root episodes (don’t worry, we have more planned!) by learning the Underground Duchy. A faction of order and structure, fittingly, has many detailed ways of playing. Here, we cover what we believe to be one of the safest and easiest to pick up Duchy strategies, saving some of the more complicated st…
 
On today’s show, Pete introduces us to some shocking takeaway revelations while finishing off his Chinese for breakfast, before the boys discuss the rather unappetising elements of the 1904 Olympics. That's not all - there are giant men on Luke's roof, Pete's been stripping in public over the weekend and a listener gets in touch with an incredibly …
 
When a Chinese billionaire bought one of Britain’s most prestigious golf clubs in 2015, dentists and estate agents were confronted with the unsentimental force of globalised capital. By Samanth Subramanian. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodBy The Guardian
 
On today’s show, Pete’s talks us through installing cow udders into his car, meanwhile Luke explores some fishy business involving mysterious prawn ball ingredients... Elsewhere, we discuss jellyfish peeing etiquette and how to inject Minstrels before A NEW PLAYER ENTERS THE GAME. GET INVOLVED! Have you installed something bizarre into your car? Or…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Reads archives and bringing you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2016: The Trident debate is not simply about submarines and missiles. It touches almost every anxiety about the identity of the United Kingdom, and could tell us what kind of country – or countr…
 
Exploration has been sufficiently covered, but we left Relics on the table. There’s only a handful of them to cover, so to round out the episode, we’re also squeezing Legendary Planets into the discussion for today’s component episode. Stick around to make sure you hear about all 13 relics in Prophecy of Kings! 7:21 - Nomad Introduction Errata 15:5…
 
On today’s show, Luke introduces his new moustache and tells us all about its important purpose, before Pete shares news about being mistaken for a model. Elsewhere, we review your generic Mum behaviours before the boys discuss their own, and a listener gets in touch with some exciting TV stories including their inspiring You’ve Been Framed debut. …
 
Swathes of England’s landscape were shaped by the immense block of chalk that has lain beneath it for 100 million years. For a long time, even geologists paid it little heed – but now its secrets and symbolism are being revealed. By Helen Gordon. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod…
 
This episode we’re talking about an unashamedly heavy topic. Given the recent events in Australian Parliament, we wanted to talk about how psychologists, friends and family members of people who have been sexually assaulted can respond. How you can best support someone who’s beginning to share their story, even when you don’t know what to say. If y…
 
On today’s episode, Pete explains his current Tyskie drought situation, before the boys discuss ‘the dank scale’ and some weekend pothole adventures. Elsewhere, Luke shares some more valuable life hacks and a listener gets in touch with news on how to polish your chocolates. Also on today’s show, A NEW PLAYER ENTERS THE GAME... but there’s some con…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Reads archives and bringing you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2017: Months before she was due to give birth, disaster struck for Katherine Heiny. Doctors ordered her to lie on her side in bed and not move – and gave her a 1% chance of carrying her baby to …
 
We’ve done a close look at the Nomad before, but that was back in the before-times when we were only being given a teaser of them by Dane. Now we’ve had time to sink our teeth in, and so, we can now present our Introduction to the, by far, coolest new faction in the game. They drive a Volkswagen around the galaxy while traveling through time, what …
 
On today’s show, we hear all about Pete’s late-night fridge door antics, before the boys discuss what they’d do as Mayor of London for the day...spoiler alert: imagine a *lot* of gelatine in the Thames. Elsewhere, we discuss life hacks, luxury dining for ducks and some incredible Skittles statistics. Don’t miss out! Do you have any interesting conf…
 
Early in Trump’s presidency, emboldened neo-Nazi and fascist groups came out into the open but were met with widespread revulsion. So the tactics of the far right changed, becoming more insidious – and much more successful. By Brendan O’Connor. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod…
 
On today’s show, the boys discuss the highs and lows of the crisp industry before Pete takes us to his palace, more commonly known as the ‘garage’, for a lesson on BBQs. Elsewhere, we talk about the correct etiquette for a staycation, a listener gets in touch about plane engine failures and A NEW PLAYER ENTERS THE GAME. Got any interesting crisp-ba…
 
We are raiding the Audio Long Reads archives and bringing you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week: since 1958, a small department of Germany’s government has sought to bring members of the Third Reich to trial. A handful of prosecutors are still tracking down Nazis, but the world’s biggest cold-ca…
 
It’s time to explore more Prophecy of Kings mechanics! And what better topic than Exploration? It’s the major new mechanical introduction in the expansion and has made the early game vastly different from Base game. This episode doesn’t get into Relics yet, but we discuss the four Exploration decks and what to expect from each of them. 5:20 - Fract…
 
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