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Utilizes narrative storytelling, archival audio, and immersive soundscapes to explore true stories of white-collar criminals, con artists, and corporate evil. From corruption and fraud to Ponzi schemes and environmental disasters, these financially motivated crimes have shaped our world in unimaginable ways. All in the name of greed.
 
Hosted by Spencer Downey & Jason Lucas, The Starting Zone is a Podcast about the people who play World of Warcraft. Whether you are a brand new player, a casual world of warcraft player or a hardcore committed WOWHEAD, this is the show for you! Jason and Spencer have relevant yet entertaining conversations about the game while providing valuable information for all Players! This show is produced by Spazbot Studios.
 
What do 2 Rockstars, a Standup Comedian, and an Internet Sex Icon have in common? Freedom. Tune in Thursday nights @ Midnight Central to laugh at these societal rebels discuss everything from politics to favorite sexual position. Really, what's the difference?
 
Chat With Traders is your key to the minds of trading's elite performers. Start listening to learn how a diverse mix of traders went from zero to hero, how they successfully trade markets today, and get their best tips 'n pointers for profitable performance, plus much more. Note: You are responsible for your own trading decisions—this is not financial advice.
 
Dive in to the cutting edge of World of Warcraft PvE content with expert hosts Tettles, Dratnos, and Trell! The three of them have appeared as casters and competitors at multiple different Mythic Dungeon Invitationals, they raid in Hall of Fame guilds, and they create educational content for the classes they've mastered. We discuss current events in the Raiding and Mythic Plus eSports scene, create educational episodes to help you improve as a raider and a dungeoneer, and bring in special gu ...
 
In Intelligence Matters, former acting Director of the CIA Michael Morell, speaks with top leaders of the U.S. intelligence community as they reflect on their life, career and the critical roles they play in shaping national security policies. As a central figure in the most significant U.S. counter-terror efforts of the past two decades and a former CIA intelligence analyst, Morell is uniquely skilled at taking industry leading knowledge to make connections that provide deep insight into co ...
 
Although Tim can just remember Radio Caroline's arrival in 1964 it was the later album format that had the biggest influence on his music taste. In 1989 he was able to give practical help to the station after hearing about the Dutch raid, and felt he could offer his services a Production Engineer who had access to much surplus equipment. He is still supplying the ship with goods and services today! His first on-air experience was for Pirate BBC Essex on the LV 18 as a co-presenter. It was he ...
 
Where History Comes Alive! A fast-paced, well-researched weekly podcast covering a wide range of historical events, persons, places, legends, and mysteries, hosted by Jon Hagadorn. 1001 Heroes Podcast is a proud part of the 1001 Stories Podcast Network, which includes 1001 Classic Short Stories & Tales Podcast, 1001 Radio Days, and 1001 Stories For the Road Podcast. The network enjoyed over 5 million listens in the past year from a worldwide audience. SUPPORT OUR SHOW BY BECOMING A PATRON! w ...
 
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The government will formally apologise for the Dawn Raids it says 'terrorised' Pacific families in their own homes. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern described the police raids and spot checks as 'targeted' and 'dehumanising'. Minister for Pacific Peoples Aupito William Sio became visibly emotional at this afternoon's announcement. He spoke of the ripp…
 
The story of how 80 unknown hero’s risked their lives in the air-born attack, that drove a dagger into the heart of WW2 Japan. Thus beginning America’s comeback, four short months after Pearl Harbor. Brent and Kolleen DeGraff relate original source stories from history. They are the authors of eight American, World and government history texts. A T…
 
On this day in labor history, the year was 1989. That was the day the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Environmental Protection Agency raided a Department of Energy facility just outside Denver, Colorado. Rockwell International operated Rocky Flats plutonium-processing plant on behalf of the federal government. From 1952 until 1989, workers …
 
The US Now Prepping For WAR With China, Dispatching Air Force Across Pacific, Taiwan Faces Invasion https://youtu.be/xFjAUljQx4o Tim Pool 1.25M subscribers The US Now Prepping For WAR With China, Dispatching Air Force Across Pacific, Taiwan Faces Invasion. While Republicans have long said China is a bigger threat than Russia Democrats have long bee…
 
Rumours of an illicit rendezvous have reached Checkpoint all the way from Whangārei. There have been rumours a goose - a gander to be specific - had infiltrated a flock of ducks at Mair Park. Strutting his stuff like a dandy resulting in a strange and new kind of cross-breed of quackers waddling about. Could this be true? Not ones to leave a myster…
 
A clinical study getting underway in Rotorua and Christchurch will provide valuable information on how our the population responds to the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine. The study aims to enrol at least 300 adult participants with a focus on Maori, Pasifika, adults 65 years old and older, and those with co-morbidities associated with increased ri…
 
Team New Zealand has tacked away from a big chunk of money offered by the government, and could be headed off-shore to defend the America's Cup. The government has confirmed it offered up a $99 million package to help keep the Cup here, but that's been rejected. And from Thursday Team NZ's free to negotiate with other countries interested in playin…
 
Talks are underway with New Zealand's only oil refinery about potentially using the facility to make biofuels. The Marsden Point refinery near Whangārei looks likely to be scaled back to an import-only terminal next year, with hundreds of jobs to be cut. But workers say that would be a huge waste, with many staff keen to use their skills to make al…
 
High profile mental health campaigner Mike King got emotional as he handed back his order of merit medal today. He believes the government's mental health funding efforts have failed and no one in power is listening. More than 100 people joined him on a hikoi to Parliament today, including our reporter Tom Kitchin and cameraman Dom Thomas.…
 
Thousands of farmers flocked to the first day of Fieldays today, the Southern Hemisphere's largest agricultural event. The event was cancelled because of Covid-19 last year, so expectations are high for the more than 1,000 exhibitors who are back to put their wares on display. Among them are vehicle dealers selling utes, making hay while the sun sh…
 
Biden, Putin to meet as relations at lowest point since Cold War. 21 in GOP vote no on congressional gold medal for Jan. 6 officers. FBI Chief pressed on missed warning signs in Jan. 6 attack. Emails: Trump, allies pushed DOJ to probe false election claims. NYT: Trump organization’s Finance Chief could face charges as soon as this summer; Appears p…
 
New Zealand's Cup looks set to sail elsewhere for its next battle. Team New Zealand is entering discussions with other nations keen to host the 37th America's Cup, after rejecting a multimillion-dollar offer of support from the government. The decision has left Auckland businesses and fans crying foul after Covid-19 border restrictions limited fanf…
 
In this episode of Intelligence Matters, and ahead of the summit between U.S. President Biden and Russian President Putin in Geneva, host Michael Morell revisits three conversations focused on U.S.-Russia relations and Putin's personal trajectory. The episode features insights on U.S. foreign policy priorities vis a vis Moscow from Antony Blinken, …
 
Welcome to The Starting Zone Podcast, The World of Warcraft Podcast for New and Experienced Players! On this weeks episode, Spencer Downey and Jason Lucas discuss the 9.1 Maw update, the new M+ rating system and everything else going on around Azeroth and Shadowlands! Episode #460: Assaulting the Maw! is ready for Download! What’s New this Week in …
 
President Joe Biden will meet with Russia’s Vladimir Putin in Geneva, Switzerland on Wednesday and U.S. officials say it could last four to five hours. Biden said he’s going to “make clear to President Putin that there are areas where we can cooperate if he chooses.” A source tells CNN Biden will raise an array of concerns including ransomware and …
 
INSANE Video Shows Man Loading Garbage Bag Of Stolen Goods, Democrat Policies Have DESTROYED Cities. A man in San Francisco loads a garbage bag up with stolen goods before hopping on a bike and riding away. This has gotten so bad that 17 Walgreens closed due to excessive crime. Democrats have a super majority in these cities and people like Nancy P…
 
Mike Lindell Presents “Absolutely 9-0”, A 26 minute video about the hacking of the 2020 Election, and the proof that when presented to the Supreme Court will absolutely be so compelling they will have to vote 9-0 to overturn the election. https://lindelltv.com/ Watch this Video for free at- Mike Lindell Presents: Absolutely 9-0 Mike Lindell: We’ve …
 
On this day in labor history, the year was 1937. That was the day anti-union violence erupted in the “Valley of Steel.” The Little Steel Strike was then in its 20thday. The strike had spread to Bethlehem’s Cambria Works in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. Newspaper headlines screamed: “30 Clubbed, Stabbed, Shot in Strike: Guerilla Warfare Breaks Out Anew i…
 
Seth takes a closer look at yet another bombshell scandal from the Trump era in which the former president’s Justice Department spied on Democratic lawmakers investigating him during the Russia probe. Then, Kenan Thompson talks about the time Charles Barkley pranked Cue Card Wally on the set of SNL, the time he and Seth drove to Rhode Island togeth…
 
DeRay, Kaya, Sam, and De'Ara cover the underreported news of the week, including murder rates, honor students, Ralph Northam, and healthcare for Louisiana inmates. DeRay interviews NYC mayoral candidate Maya Wiley ahead of the Democratic primary. DeRay: https://scalawagmagazine.org/2021/05/la-restricted-prison-health/ Kaya: https://www.nytimes.com/…
 
Philanthropist and businessman Sir Eion Edgar is being remembered for his selfless generosity, and his wicked bowling arm. Sir Eion died yesterday afternoon from cancer at the age of 76 in his Queenstown home. The many organisations he gave to are remembering the man who made connections wherever he went. Tess Brunton reports.…
 
Protecting Wellington's character versus the need for high density housing. That's the challenge facing the city council as they work through changes to the proposed spatial plan. The high-level document caused a stir when it came out last year - particularly over it's policy reducing the protections afforded to 'character areas'. Harry Lock report…
 
Warning: Some of the details in this report may upset some listeners. Survivors have painfully recounted being dragged kicking and screaming to electric shock treatment while in state care. First-hand accounts from people given the treatment as a punishment while in the Lake Alice Psychiatric Hospital in the 1970s have been heard at the Abuse in Ca…
 
Cheating by University of Auckland students could undermine the integrity of some courses and results according to one student body. Auckland University is investigating claims dozens of students cheated in online exams by sharing information via a chatroom. Due to Covid-19 the varsity largely moved to online unsupervised exams with students having…
 
It took just 15 minutes for the Department of Conservation's accommodation on the Milford Track to fill up for the entire six-month season this morning. Tourism operators hope it's a sign there's light at the end of the tunnel after floods in February 2020 marked the beginning of a tough 18 months. And, as our Otago-Southland reporter Timothy Brown…
 
Calls to eliminate period poverty are finally being answered by the government. The first rollout of free period products in schools began today at Auckland Girls Grammar. This follows a pilot programme run for 15 Waikato schools last year, now all schools are included nationwide. Checkpoint reporter Louise Ternouth and camera operator Nick Monro f…
 
Ten people have died in Fiji after testing positive for Covid-19 but only four had their deaths attributed to the coronavirus. The Health Ministry says six patients died from existing chronic conditions they had while being admitted at the country's main hospital in Suva. However, this has raised some concern among Fijians who are now calling for a…
 
A critical meeting tonight could decide whether all hope for the next America's cup on home waters is sunk. Team NZ boss Grant Dalton's selling his vision for the race to the Royal NZ yacht squadron - behind closed doors at their headquarters. And that could include taking the challenge off shore - potentially to Europe - with a one-on-one race aga…
 
Police say they managed to foil two mass shootings - one just before and another just after the March 15 terror attack. The news came today in Christchurch at the first conference held in this country on violent extremism and terrorism, and how to prevent it. Our reporter Conan Young and cameraman Nathan McKinnon were there.…
 
Aucklanders over 65 are being invited to book their first Covid-19 vaccinations - but it could be weeks before they actually get the jab. Texts and emails will go out by the end of the week, but it will just be an invitation to book. They will then have to wait for an appointment. According to the government's own table, vaccinations for people in …
 
A big pot of money set aside to help whānau living in motels has failed to make it to many children in need. The Flexible Funding Programme was launched last year, and is often highlighted by the government as one way it is supporting children in emergency housing. Not a single dollar has been handed out in Te Tai Tokerau, and locals are demanding …
 
Biden on Putin: "he's bright, he's tough.. he is, as they say when you used to play ball, a worthy adversary". FBI warns QAnon followers more emboldened than ever, may move from "digital soldiers" to taking violent real world action. House Judiciary Committee announces investigation into data secretly sought from members of Congress and journalists…
 
President Joe Biden has been using his spare time on his European tour to prepare intensely for his meeting with Russia’s Vladimir Putin. Biden has been leaving his mornings free for consultations with advisers like Secretary of State Antony Blinken and national security adviser Jake Sullivan. CNN’s Chief International Correspondent Clarissa Ward j…
 
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