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Best Open Season podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Open Season podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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History is full of stories we think we know. They are old and dark, but time has robbed us of perspective and clarity. They've become obscured and misunderstood. Which is why this series exists: to dig deep and shed light on some of history’s darkest moments. To help us better understand where we’ve come from. To make it Unobscured. Each season pairs narrative storytelling from Aaron Mahnke, creator of the hit podcast Lore, with prominent historian interviews. Season Two: Spiritualism
 
Four former aides to President Obama—Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett, Dan Pfeiffer and Tommy Vietor—are joined by journalists, politicians, activists, and more for a no-b******t conversation about politics. They cut through the noise to break down the week’s news, and help people figure out what matters and how they can help. Text us questions and comments: (323) 405-9944. New episodes Mondays and Thursdays.
 
The Anthem Podcast is the longest-running MLS-focused podcast in Central Texas, and is hosted by Zach Christodoulides and Josh Jackson. Starting with Austin FC’s inaugural season, this podcast will be your home for weekly game analysis and in-depth insights into Supporter Group culture and activities. Today, we are a monthly podcast talking everything Austin FC and what we as the official supporters group are doing to prepare for our team to get started in Austin.
 
Sometimes, news stories echo in our minds for years after they’ve occurred. With each season of Shattered, we select one of those complex, true stories and take an in-depth look. Season 4 charts the life and death of Jimmy Hoffa. Season 3 tells the story of a string of murders that took place in the mid-1970s in Oakland County, Michigan. Many people know the case as the Oakland County Child Killer. Season 2 tells the story of Rick Wershe Jr., also known as White Boy Rick. At 14, Rick became ...
 
Archer Mayor's Open Season is a full-cast audio drama adaptation of chapter one of the first book in the bestselling Joe Gunther murder mystery series. Open Season concerns a mysterious man in a ski mask who forces the police to reopen an old murder case by compromising all the members of the old jury. Vermont detective Joe Gunther soon realizes that his department is being used as a stalking horse to flush out the real murderer. He must discover who that person is, before the man in the ski ...
 
The Open Mic Experience is a twice weekly hosted podcast by: Brad Bardetsports enthusiast, MMA purist and all around funny guy. Join the conversation! every Monday & Thursday as I reflect on the good and the bad in sports news, current events and the MMA world with in depth fight breakdowns and predictions.Follow me on Instagram to get the latest podcast episode notifications.Follow on https://www.instagram.com/the_realest_ogden
 
Season 3: In 1984, a father of three disappeared while working at a mysterious Cincinnati plant. It turned out he’d met a gruesome fate: Pieces of bone, his eyeglasses and walkie-talkie were uncovered inside a vat that reached 1350 degrees Fahrenheit. Two months later, the Fernald Feed Materials Production Center was revealed to have been processing uranium – and polluting the region. The dead man’s children believe their father was murdered because he intended to expose how the plant had be ...
 
Join Greg Dial Jr. at the 2015 RCS Sports High School Basketball Season Opener held at the M.O. Campbell Center November 16th 2015. 4pm Victory Prep / SATCH 5:30 Klein Forest / CE King 7pm Atascocita / Sam Houston 8:30 pmYates / Cy LakesWe utilize our radio station (Spring Branch Sports Line) and are the only independent Sports Network devoted to the Spring Branch Athletes & Community. We cover Volleyball, Football, Cross Country, Boys/Girls Basketball, Boys/Girls Soccer, Track & Field & Swi ...
 
Open Red is the Official Podcast of the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series. Each week, we'll bring you entertaining discussions, unfounded insight, non-expert analysis, and some great guests from the Greatest Show on Dirt! ::Insert Horn Blast Here::
 
Andy Edwards of Dragon Athletic and Spencer Gardner discuss topical issues in the world of Crossfit and functional fitness. Concentrating on The Crossfit Open during the Open season and then general fitness topics accross the rest of the year. Will be featuring guests from many different fields.
 
Living Open is a podcast for mystics and seekers hosted by Philly-based witch, tarot reader, Reiki Master, and breathwork facilitator Eryn Johnson. Explore witchcraft, Reiki, healing, spirituality, ritual, magick, tarot, meditation, dismantling the patriarchy & white supremacy, intuition and more all to help you come back to your heart and who you really are.
 
"Somebody Somewhere" is a true crime investigative podcast series from RainStream Media, Inc. In Season 1, hosts David Payne and Jody Gottlieb tackle the open federal investigation into the 2001 murder of federal prosecutor Tom Wales. This 18-year-old case remains one of the highest priorities of the U.S. Department of Justice and has a $1.5 million reward. In Season 2, Payne and Gottlieb take you into a world few people ever experience as they investigate a 2016 mass shooting in a Seattle h ...
 
Join co-hosts Mike Parham and Tewahedo Haimanot as two Boston heads collide on a wide variety of topics in the Sports World. Follow the twitter @SayLessSports and the Instagram @SayLessSportPod for more content and updates on future episodes!
 
Now in its second season, Hell And Gone is a podcast from iHeartRadio and School of Humans that follows writer and private investigator Catherine Townsend as she investigates unsolved deaths in small-town Arkansas. This season, she dives into the mysterious death of Janie Ward, a 16-year-old high school student who died at a party in 1989 in Marshall, Arkansas. In the 30 years since her death, no one has been able to determine how she died even though there have been multiple investigations ...
 
From Philly to Sydney, Adam and Ryne give a local and global fans view of the Philadelphia 76ers season. Spawned from the Sixers Reddit, we bring your questions to life with over the top reactions and unreliable predictions for every game of the NBA season. You can find use on /r/sixers, and @76ersUnited on Twitter.
 
Join Glen James and John Pidgeon as they take a light-hearted look at money issues for millennials. In this open table conversation style podcast, they are here to teach, encourage and hopefully provide some entertainment. You're best to skip season 1, as they didn't know what we were doing being amateur podcasters (& kinda still don't), so there's that... sooo this is still a work in progress :) ❤ main show: Tuesdays and has a number in the front of the episode title for reference mma: my m ...
 
DUST presents Season Two: FLIGHT 008. Eleven of the biggest writers in science fiction, through eleven unique stories, follow one single thread: a non-stop flight from Tokyo to San Francisco that passes through a wrinkle in spacetime and lands in the year 2040. New episodes every Wednesday! FLIGHT 008 is made in partnership with XPRIZE. DUST is the premier destination for immersive science fiction audio stories. Season one, Horizons, is an anthology of audio stories ranging from genre ground ...
 
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From Symphony Hall of the Woodruff Arts Center, WABE brings you a broadcast of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. The 2019-2020 season opener was recorded on the weekend of September 20, 2019. Hosted by Lois Reitzes this ASO concert features movements from Richard Wagner, Jennifer Higdon, Henryk Wieniawski, and Pablo de Sarasate conducted by Robert Sp…
 
In this episode, your host Eryn explores Aries energy and shares a collective tarot reading for Aries season. She also reads a prayer and essay for support in uncertain times + talks about creating supportive practices for yourself. Join the Patreon community to access an archive of self-healing practices - breathwork meditations, meditations, ritu…
 
Ben Golliver and Michael Pina cope with the coronavirus crisis by running through some of this season's biggest lost narratives. What's next for the Bucks, Nets and Rockets? How will the suspended schedule impact Giannis Antetokounmpo's "supermax" decision? Would Kevin Durant consider a return to the delayed postseason? Is Daryl Morey off the hook …
 
Like the rest of Los Angeles, Max and Vince are staying safe at home but they're still thinking about the LAFC community. We've got another packed podcast. The guys start by talking about the latest news around MLS. The league has mandated teams refrain from training for another week. With that in mind, Vince spoke with LAFC Head Performance Coach …
 
When life gave Craig Moore lemons, he made a lawn dart. That’s the name of the lemon-infused liquor that had become a popular staple at Atlanta’s Old Fourth Distillery. Six years ago, Moore and his business partner and brother Jeff Moore opened the spirits shop on Edgewood Avenue. And things were going pretty good. As Moore tells WABE’s “All Things…
 
In this segment Paul talks about what sports might be the first to come back and he looks at some of the challenges they could face when it comes to keeping people safe. He feels like all individual sports have the best chance of getting back up and running first. He also believe that all this will happen once we have a way to easily and quickly te…
 
Are you in need of laughter during this time of social distancing? Dad’s Garage has the answer. The improv theater has decided to livestream its comedy routines. In a Zoom interview, “City Lights'” host Lois Reitzes talked with artistic director Jon Carr and communications director Matt Terrell about the organization’s new virtual shows. Carr talke…
 
Health care workers are on the front lines helping patients as the entire nation tries to work together to combat the spread of the coronavirus. As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports, anyone can be infected with the virus — but people who are 65 and older and those with existing medical conditions are at a higher risk. Some peop…
 
For nearly 20 years, young people around the globe have covered “news for kids, by kids” as part of the award-winning Scholastic News Kids Press Corps. And, last year, a local budding journalist was chosen to participate in the press corps. Eighth-grade student Bryce Jones of Woodstock joined “Closer Look with Rose Scott” last October for a convers…
 
The Fulton County Jail announced Thursday that four inmates had tested positive for COVID-19. The inmates with the virus are reportedly being quarantined together in the jail. Officials say the facility has strict cleaning protocols and its private health care providers are monitoring the most vulnerable detainees. Lt. Col. Adam Lee, assistant chie…
 
To contain the spread of the coronavirus in Colorado, Gov. Jared Polis has issued orders that would have seemed inconceivable just a few weeks ago. He’s closed Colorado’s schools, bars, the ski industry and on Thursday orderd most people to stay home. It’s an exercise of executive authority that has no precedent in recent history, and it has put th…
 
From the hospital where he works in South Carolina, Dr. Kiran Nagarajan has been watching the coronavirus crisis explode in other parts of the country. But, like many other immigrant doctors, he can’t do anything about it. “There’s a dire need of physicians especially in places like New York, New Jersey,” Nagarajan said. “I wish I can go and help t…
 
As schools make the shift to online learning, most subjects transfer to the digital realm. Students can complete math, reading and writing assignments via computers. Fine arts and physical education classes are a little trickier to deliver online. However, several teachers are trying to find ways to keep kids engaged in the arts and PE. Making Musi…
 
For 6-year-old Sadie Hernandez, the first day of online school started at her round, wooden kitchen table in Jacksonville, Fla. She turned on an iPad and started talking to her first grade teacher, Robin Nelson. “Are you ready to do this online stuff?” her teacher asks, in a video sent to NPR by Hernandez’s mother, Audrey. “Yeah,” Sadie responds. “…
 
With very few people booking Airbnbs or taking Uber rides right now, millions of people in the gig economy are seeing their livelihoods abruptly upended. Take Ed Bell, in San Francisco, who rents out his in-law suite on Airbnb. That is his main source of income — he calls it his “gig” — supplemented by “side hustles” doing consulting work. Business…
 
Ben Golliver and Michael Pina open with a game of "Two Truths and a lie." Did Michael have a 40-inch vertical in high school? Is he really related to Dana Barros? Did Ben once shatter a backboard? Did he watch the 2004 Finals in a disease-fueled state in a foreign country? From there, they take questions from the Open Floor Globe. Should media memb…
 
Real estate is a tactile, face-to-face kind of industry. Not many home sales happen “sight unseen.” But, as with many industries, the paradigm shifted when COVID-19 came on the scene. To get a sense of how the real estate market is faring in metro Atlanta and the rest of Georgia, Faron W. King joined WABE’s “All Things Considered” host Jim Burress …
 
Immigrant-rights advocates warn of an impending coronavirus outbreak inside the Stewart Detention Center in southwest Georgia. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility is one of the country’s largest, holding about 2,000 people. It’s just one hour from Dougherty County, which has the second-highest number of COVID-19 cases in the state…
 
As more Americans find themselves out of work and more schools remain closed, the demand for food pantries is growing. At the same time, the pandemic is also changing the way food banks and nonprofits can operate. The recently suspended on-site volunteer activities at its headquarters, all while ramping up food distribution. Kyle Waide, CEO of the …
 
The Senate passes the largest economic relief bill in history, Trump spreads the deadly lie that letting the virus run wild will boost the economy, and the daily White House briefings get record cable ratings. Then Governor Gretchen Whitmer talks to Dan about Michigan’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. Crooked has started a Coronavirus Relief …
 
On any given day, there are usually close to 20 people working and volunteering at AWARE Wildlife Center, a nonprofit in DeKalb County that rescues and rehabilitates wild animals. Now, there are two at a time, working 12-hour shifts. The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting almost everything: schools, jobs, recreation. Wildlife rescue is on the list, to…
 
Editor’s note: The conversation above mentions mental health and depression. For more information about mental health resources, go to www.crisistextline.org/ A recent survey by the American Psychiatric Association found one-third of respondents said the coronavirus is having a significant effect on their mental health. At the same time, organizati…
 
Louisiana has emerged as a hot spot for the spread of coronavirus, with nearly 2,000 cases of COVID-19 and 65 reported deaths. “Our rate of growth is faster than any state in the country,” Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards said during a televised address this week. He warns the crisis has overwhelmed Louisiana’s ability to combat the spread of the d…
 
There was no global pandemic when Dr. Seuss wrote, “From there to here, from here to there, funny things are everywhere.” Finding humor in the most dire situations can help us gain perspective and provide a welcome distraction. Comedian Paula Poundstone is an expert. She was a panelist on March 21st’s “Wait..Wait Don’t Tell Me“–which was recorded r…
 
Atlanta theater artists are among the many groups hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Rob Brooksher founded the Atlanta Artist Relief Fund, a grassroots effort to bring food and support to those in need within the theatre community. Wednesday, Brooksher joined “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes remotely, and he began by talking about the precarious …
 
Closed schools and businesses. No religious services. Face masks in public. That has all happened before; it was more than a century ago when Georgia and the world faced the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic. It is considered the most severe pandemic in modern history. One-third of the world’s population was infected, and 50 million people died, according …
 
Toilet tissue isn’t the only paper product that Americans are hoarding these days. Paper money is also in high demand. Banks are seeing more cash withdrawals as nervous customers try to protect themselves from the uncertainty of the coronavirus clampdown. There are reports — especially from wealthy neighborhoods — of people pulling tens of thousand…
 
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