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Gimme Da Loot is a Dungeons and Dragons podcast about 5 dysfunctional adventurers blundering through an increasingly dangerous series of encounters with varying levels of success. After an accident involving lumberjacks and a mysterious artifact mystically binds them together, a group of strangers must search the Land of the Radiant Seas for answers. Arn Ocea is a homebrew setting where the Gods live on a glowing mountain in the center of the ocean and take part in big summer cross-overs, th ...
 
The thoughts of a well read man with defined scars that once where morbidly disgusting but now transformed into a beautiful, strong and inspirational man. Music, race , politics, business, and spirituality the list could go on about the topics I discuss. Sit back listen, turn the keys and turn me on on your cars Bluetooth and just cruise and listen. I go by One A M because as you soon will realize that you can cross the ocean get a 150 stamps on your passport travel to every continent make c ...
 
Amir Omidvar left Iran during the revolutionary crisis in 1982. For twenty months after leaving his home, Amir did everything he could to cross the Atlantic ocean. While taking refuge in Spain, he made three failed attempts to enter the US; a fake passport in Heathrow, a Mexican jail, and a beating by customs officers in Milan — until a fourth and final attempt brought him to Canadian shores. Amir speaks to his daughter, Shayda, about why he decided to leave and how arriving in Canada has im ...
 
Join the journey to one of the most remote and hostile corners of our planet... Antarctica. An Eath Touch crew sets out on a mission to film the iconic animals that have learned to survive on the planet's driest, windiest and coldest continent. But before they can put their camera's to work, the crew must cross the world's roughest ocean, dodge an iceberg or two and try not to succumb to the cold.
 
ASPN, a service of Coastal News Today, is the platform for top minds in coastal and ocean business, policy, science, and advocacy. With ASPN, you'll be better prepared, better informed, and better equipped to thrive, no matter what you do on the coast. See the complete coastal landscape with ASPN and CNT and gain insight into the critical issues affecting the American shoreline. No other platform brings together so many cross-sectional coastal experts. We believe understanding the spectrum o ...
 
The Inside Tri Show with Helen Murray brings you awesome interviews and special episodes from triathlon and beyond to keep you entertained, inspired and motivated while you train. Find out more about Helen at https://www.helenmurray.net/ This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
 
Wondering what life is really like on Canada’s wild and crazy west coast? This podcast is all about the people, the place’s and Vancouver Island Time. Together we will explore this island paradise, a combination of ocean, city, and country living. We will meet the fabulous locals like the chicken lady and the fudge fairy, who have chosen Victoria and Vancouver Island as their home. And, we will learn what makes this place unique and special to those who live here.
 
Welcome to Cinderly's Mermaid Podcast, the show with real mermaids, legends and history! We interview professional mermaids, mermaid experts, mermaid authors, mermaid filmmakers, and mermaid entrepreneurs. Listen as we explore cool mermaid history, mermaid mythology, share original mermaid stories, and learn what the mermaid life is all about. Our host, Laura von Holt, the Fairy Boss Mother, is a mermaid mogul who writes romance novels, loves The Little Mermaid, and wants to retire as, you g ...
 
This UPR original series is a yearlong storytelling project about borders that are crossed to pursue goals or make changes in society. New episodes added monthly through June 2018. The UPR Original Series "Crossing Borders" is a yearlong storytelling project between UPR and the USU Office of Global Engagement - providing services for international students and scholars; and facilitating study abroad opportunities for students and faculty. Details found here .
 
Patricia Carswell, aka Girl on the River, loves to row and loves to talk, so it makes sense that in her podcast she'll be chatting to guests from all around the rowing and sporting world about anything and everything to do with rowing. Always informal, occasionally silly, sometimes serious, often informative, she delves into questions such as how athletes become champions, how to promote diversity in sport, the secret to staying alive on an ocean, how to improve your erg score and what to do ...
 
NOTE: The MP3 files used by this podcast appear to be missing. They may have been removed permanently from their source location. Good Omens � An angel and a demon try to save the world from an apocalypse. Neverwhere - Beneath the streets of London there is another London. A subterranean labyrinth of sewers and abandoned tube stations. A somewhere that is Neverwhere.An act of kindness sees Richard Mayhew catapulted from his ordinary life into a subterranean world under the streets of London. ...
 
Self Propelled is a podcast that explores the process of choosing the road less travelled, and the secrets behind maintaining momentum and drive once the choice is made. Join host Dave Cornthwaite for stories and conversations with entrepreneurs, athletes and adventurers who need nothing more than a good idea to add fuel to that pilot light burning deep within us all.
 
Follow the footsteps of the great Polar explorers. Sail to some of the most remote settlements. Encounter calming glaciers and rare wildlife. Meet the women and men who dreamt of exploring the seas and going beyond all they had envisioned. Listen to field recordings and the narratives of the characters who make these expeditions so unique.The Ocean Waves Podcast is an invitation for you to join us as we explore the most remote regions of our planet through stories, expertise and tips by prof ...
 
Talking about books on the streets of New York, in the mountains of the Catskills and on the road. I find that when I ask people about what they’re reading, they tend to start talking about books generally and then start talking to others about books. Encouraging the discussion of books cannot be a bad thing! “Books are a sort of cultural DNA, the code for who, as a society, we are, and what we know. All the wonders and failures, all the champions and villains, all the legends and ideas and ...
 
1. Fat Trel - or Nah 2. Lil Wayne (feat. Drake) - Grindin' 3. Jacquees (Feat. Trinidad Jame$) - Bet I 4. August Alsina (Feat. Rick Ross) - Benediction 5. Courtney Noelle (Feat. Juicy J) - Without You 6. Frank Ocean Mick Jones and Paul Simonon - Hero 7. Troye Sivan - Happy Little Pill 8. DJ Khaled (feat. Chris Brown, August Alsina, Future & Jeremih) - Hold You Down 9. Greg Machado (Feat. Jadakiss) - Cant Live Without You 10. Jay Electronica (Feat. Latonya Givens) - Better in Tune with the Inf ...
 
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We all know a woman in our life and that is why this episode is a must-listen! Whether it's you, your wife, your mum, a friend, a cousin, the peri menopause and the menopause will affect someone you know. Dr Bella Smith and Baz Moffat from the Well HQ cover all bases and it's great. You'll hear: 06:15 Dr Bella Smith explains what the menopause and …
 
Before I go any further, I want to say something to my male listeners. This episode is for you, too. If you're a male coach working with female athletes, it's an absolute must-listen, but even if you're not, assuming you have a wife or a mother or a daughter or a sister or a female friend, or if you belong to a club where there are female athletes,…
 
The Party turns the corner. Todd is jumpy, Moyle flowers, Eldrin has a good night , Fait oils up, and Baba storms the castle. Patreon is LIVE!: https://www.patreon.com/gmdlcast Streaming soon at: https://www.twitch.tv/gmdlcast Tweet at the Party: The DM: https://twitter.com/Gmdlcast Fait/Jazz: https://twitter.com/etxjasan Baba/Anthony https://twitt…
 
On this episode we go deep, very deep, to the bottom of the sea to discuss the future of seabed with Phil McCabe, an activist on this issue of seabed conservation from New Zealand. For five years, Phil served as the Chairperson of Kiwis against Seabed Mining (KASM), during which he led a ground-up, cross-sector movement successfully challenging thr…
 
On this special rebroadcast, Brian Yurasits sits down with Rocco Costa to chat about recreational fishing in New York. Rocco descends from a classic Italian fishing family who has navigated New York's waterways for 3 generations. When he's not chasing bottom-fish offshore, Rocco works as a charter boat deckhand and runs a Facebook community group c…
 
For the last two decades, America has been possessed with a Global War on Terror. The threat of militant Islam has funded the security state and given the Pentagon an overarching goal. But that threat feels increasingly distant and a new specter is haunting America—that of white nationalism. Both groups are complicated, varied, and prone to in-figh…
 
Over Memorial Day weekend, airports across the country reported the highest numbers of people flying in more than a year. As more of us are dreaming once again of flight, we thought this would be a good time to listen back to an episode of Inside Appalachia that originally aired last summer. We’ll hear stories about flight: legendary aviators, figh…
 
In this episode of Going Coastal, your co-hosts Jon and Marissa will introduce you to the president and vice president of the SNP Chapter: Eve Eisemann and Taylor Zimmerman! We’ll give you a behind-the-scenes view of these dynamic leaders, their early experiences with ASBPA, and how they came to be in their current positions. Eve and Taylor will fi…
 
British Triathlon's Sophie Coldwell, Olivia Mathias, Claire Cashmore and Dave Ellis reflect on the weekend that was the 2021 World Triathlon Championship Series and World Triathlon Para Series, Leeds. Sophie took her first WTCS podium with an impressive 3rd place finish, while Olivia crossed the line in 25th on her World Series debut, before watchi…
 
We have a whole 10 years to celebrate the ocean during the Ocean Decade, but we're doubling up this month as June is officially World Ocean Month and June 8th is World Ocean Day! This month's episode of The Ocean Decade Show is combining these celebrations and digging deep into the first Decade Actions that have been endorsed as part of the Ocean D…
 
On this episode, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham welcome Helen Brohl to the show to talk about her new show coming out on ASPN later this month, "North Coast Chronicles: Tales from the Great Lakes." Carved 14,000 years ago, the Great Lakes are the freshwater seas of America's North Coast. Over 1200 miles from the mouth of the entrance to the St.…
 
On this special rebroadcast of the Sea Change podcast, Jenna Valente is joined by Danni Washington, the co-founder of Big Blue and You, co-creator of Sea Youth Rise Up, a science communicator, an ocean advocate, and a television personality. A Miami native with Jamaican roots, Danni Washington is deeply passionate about oceans and science communica…
 
When you hear the word Sparta, there’s an immediate association with war and the military. Of the Greek City States, it’s the one most associated with battle. Spartan men were expected to be warriors and their society was geared almost entirely toward training for war. For generations, military leaders have drawn inspiration from Sparta. Much of th…
 
Our Inside Appalachia team recently won several awards for our reporting. This week, we’re listening back to some of these stories, including one about the John Denver classic, “Take Me Home Country Roads,” which was first recorded 50 years ago in 1971. And we’ll learn how indie pro-wrestling in Southern West Virginia was able to keep going through…
 
The Serra de Tramuntana mountain range in Mallorca, Spain is a UNESCO world heritage site under the ‘cultural heritage’ category. With centuries of rich history and multiple cultures shaping the people and physical landscape of the Mediterranean island it’s no wonder the mountain range and the communities that live around it boast some of the best …
 
This is a brilliant chat with a brilliant athlete! Calum Johnson is a British triathlete who was Non Stanford's training partner in the run up to the Rio Olympics. Calum is a fine triathlete in his own right, with numerous podiums on the European Cup circuit. But after a debut 63.44 half marathon in 2021, the national cross country champion has a n…
 
The Party works in the shadows. Todd flips out, Moyle meats a hammer, Eldrin almost splits it, Fait is well seasoned, and Baba works the slot. Patreon is LIVE!: https://www.patreon.com/gmdlcast Tweet at the Party: The DM: https://twitter.com/Gmdlcast Fait/Jazz: https://twitter.com/etxjasan Baba/Anthony https://twitter.com/anthonydrobert Listen to H…
 
This episode is one that was especially thrilling to make, as it was the first one I actually recorded face to face – out in the open, hence the background sound of the river rushing by and the birds singing. Which is really appropriate as my guest, Angela Jones, spends almost as much time in the river as on dry land. Angela is a wild swimming spec…
 
This week, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham welcome Dr. James Sullivan back to the show to discuss the condition of Florida's harmful algal blooms, most notably Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) and Karenia brevis (red tide). Dr. James Sullivan — nicknamed "Dr. Doom of the Algal Bloom" by his wife — is a leading algal researcher and Executive Dire…
 
In this special rebroadcast of the first of Changing Waters' 2019 series on the plight of southern resident killer whales, National Fisheries Conservation Center's Deputy Director Julia Sanders interviews NOAA researcher Laurie Weitkamp about the food web effects caused by recent heat waves in the Pacific ocean, including the "warm blob." These cha…
 
There’s a maxim that says “No two countries that both have a McDonald’s have ever fought a war against each other.” This so-called Golden Arches theory enjoyed a brief moment of prominence in the 1990s, got shaky after 9/11, and has been out-right assaulted by pundits and political theorists in the past ten years. It died it’s final death in Octobe…
 
This week we're revisiting an episode of Inside Appalachia that features children's authors in and from our region. And while these stories were written for children, like many children's stories, these stories have messages for all of us, including grown-ups.By Mason Adams, Caitlin Tan, Roxy Todd, Jade Artherhults
 
On The Capitol Beach, Derek Brockbank looks at the Federal Flood Risk Management Standard (FFRMS) with Chad Berginnis from the Association of State Flood Plain Managers (ASFPM) and Joel Scata with NRDC. The FFRMS was an Obama-era Executive Order (EO 13690) that required any infrastructure project that received federal flooding to demonstrate some l…
 
We sit down and talk to the cast and our recurring guest Tony about the events of episodes 6-17. Patreon is LIVE!: https://www.patreon.com/gmdlcast Tweet at the Party: The DM: https://twitter.com/Gmdlcast Fait/Jazz: https://twitter.com/etxjasan Baba/Anthony https://twitter.com/anthonydrobert Listen to Harland and Jamie on their other shows: https:/…
 
We get multiple Ironman 70.3 champion Helle Frederiksen back on the podcast this week, to talk us through race day nutrition and how to fuel across all distances. We go in-depth about what to eat during an Ironman triathlon and what to eat in the days before a race. You'll hear: 06:00 We talk about the basics of race nutrition. We have up to 90 min…
 
We are 15 metres underground in a silent, echoing cave. Only the solemn plop of icy, freshwater can be heard, woven between our awed whispers. I take two big breaths, the chill of the encompassing sapphire water temporarily forgotten. Two metres down, with lungs bursting only moments after a big breath, I turn underwater to head through to the next…
 
If there’s one thing we can count on along our dynamic coasts, it’s change. With rising seas, warming waters, and extreme storms reshaping our shores, now more than ever, coastal communities need reliable data to make sense of the changes they can see, and those they can’t. In this episode, Reserve scientists Dr. Jude Apple (Padilla Bay) and Dr. Ka…
 
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