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Updated July 2020
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Aarron Pullen and Alexander Roberts break down the latest news and gossip coming from the Formula 1 paddock. Whether it's discussing Hamilton's latest nose ring or who's livery is the brightest, it's all on Box Box Box on the Slipstream Network.
 
Last Chance - a small town set on the edge of the far frontier. It is a place of gentle manners and common civility. After all, it should be since more than three quarters of its residents are women. However times change when a Talent Master runs rampant, savages threaten war, and an illegal militia from an alternate universe plans invasion and empire. A hero is needed. A Savior. Meet Aaron Turner, the small unassuming man who runs the Last Chance General Store. He is this town's--this world ...
 
Dickens said, it was the best of the times, it was the worst of the times. The words never been truer. Best because there’s never been a better time to be an entrepreneur. Worst because the clutter is mind-numbing. The Podium aims to break through the noise to bring you the stories of success & failure, grit & struggle, bouquets & brickbats and more from some of the most brilliant entrepreneurs in India. Head over to ThePodium.in to find out more! Don’t forget to check out SlipStream – ThePo ...
 
A cowboy on the run to keep his soul. A vampire running a Nigerian investor scam. A wolf racing to the mountaintop, before a dragon can catch and kill him. A human protecting one of the aliens he fought in war, from an old army buddy. Meet these and other characters in Serving Worlds, the genre-blending podcast fiction collection from John Mierau. Weekly episodes are 20 minutes or less but Beware: there be cliffhangers here!
 
A podcast anthology of speculative fiction with music as a theme. Science fiction, fantasy, and slipstream tales include stories of a future world where music has been lost, office workers whose imbedded soundtracks direct their lives, the Martian superstar who doesn't want to play anymore, singers who can compel men to kill with the sound of their voices, and more. The eight episodes present short stories by Keyan Bowes, Ernest Hogan, Elaine Isaak, Lejon A. Johnson, Jack Mangan, Rick Novy, ...
 
Get to know the people behind energy efficiency and demand-side management. Ours is a complex ecosystem of people designing, implementing, managing, marketing, researching and evaluating programs and new technologies. The ultimate goal -- saving energy! In each episode, AESP’s John Hargrove gets to the heart of the action, talking to the people who are making things happen at utility companies, the implementers, manufacturers, trade allies and industry influencers.
 
The Horde, a mysterious force that brings nightmares to life, devours everything in its path. Bridan, a lone traveler, seeks the key to the Horde's destruction at the expense of all else- bystanders, worlds, and broken lives be damned. Cyrack, the Horde's inhuman master, follows Bridan across the Worldcycle seeking Bridan's heart- literally. Terry is caught between them, dreaming their battles across the blasted wastes of Farrakan from the safety of his dull nine to five life and the arms of ...
 
Tom Bell and Terry Saunders are the Indie Cops, two crimefighters that operate from their failing music shop, Dental Records These are downloads of the original Resonance FM radio show which so far has run for 2 glorious series, recorded live at Tuesday lunchtimes It's a heady mix of indie music, banter and crime-busting. Enjoy!
 
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Toasted Cake 240! In which we toss fistfuls of crumpled paper. What apocalypse am I creating today? This story first appeared right here in Nature. Karlo Yeager Rodríguez's fiction has appeared in Nature, Uncanny, and Beneath Ceaseless Skies. He hails from the enchanted isle of Puerto Rico but moved to Baltimore some years ago. He lives quite happi…
 
This week’s cycling news has been dominated by one story – the move of Chris Froome to Israel Start-Up Nation. The four-time Tour de France winner will end his long stint at Ineos this year before moving to pastures new for the first time since 2010 but there are plenty of vital questions that need to be answered before the year is out. The most pe…
 
“You can’t change what the market wants, you can only serve what the market wants” - Tonmoy Shingal. For this week's Founder Thesis episode, we sat down for a conversation with Tonmoy Shingal the co-founder of HF-tech SAAS platform, Mettl. A tech solution that changed the way organisations hire talent. We talk to Tonmoy about the genesis of Mettl t…
 
“We will see in our lifetime a generation of products being built online only for women” - Sairee Chahal. Founder of Sheroes - a social networking site exclusively for women, Sairee is a pioneer in building up women at work and future-of-work conversations in India. She has several accolades under her belt, such as Devi Award, Femina Achievers Awar…
 
In this week’s episode of the Cyclilngnews podcast, brought to you in association with Sportful and Pinarello, we rank the top-ten female riders from 1998 onwards. Our time frame takes into consideration the Women’s World Cup that ran from 1998 until 2015 and the current Women’s WorldTour With expert opinions from our women’s editor Kirsten Frattin…
 
Toasted Cake 239! In which we knit the booties. Jordan recognised the griffin waiting outside the chicken cage as she stepped out, holding three dead hens by the neck; his chest had that unmistakeable stripe of velvet-black feathers among the russet. This story is original to Toasted Cake. You can also read it right here on Matt Dovey's website! Ma…
 
‘Jo bhi karunga, usme khush rahunga, kidhar bhi mein kaam karu, I want to be happy’ – Akash Gehani Here is a story of an intelligent boy who grew up in the suburbs of Mumbai with one mantra ‘never take yourself seriously’ But when it came to starting a business, Akash was very serious about helping small and micro-businesses to grow and help them t…
 
Toasted Cake 238! In which we are not in sight. The giant spruce trees behind Grandma's house had the best climbing branches, despite the pine needles. This story is original to Toasted Cake. Lyndsie Manusos's work has appeared or is forthcoming in Apex Magazine, Apparition Lit, F&SF, Okay Donkey, and other publications. She lives in Indianapolis w…
 
“It is possible to disproportionately colour consumers’ opinion about yourself” - Aditya Save. A marketing mega mind Aditya has previously worked with big brands such as Shaadi.com, Marico & GSK where he’s held senior leadership positions. Having made his mark in the corporate world Aditya is now the co-founder of Agilio Labs - a startup studio tha…
 
Toasted Cake 236! In which we pick up a chisel. So, on paper the project was called the Supersimulation, but privately, we called it "The Nine Bajillion Names of God". This story first appeared right here in Daily SF. Aimee Ogden is a former science teacher and software tester; now she writes stories about sad astronauts, angry princesses and dead …
 
Toasted Cake #237! In which we check out Goblin's stash. "That's one more shambling patchwork monstrosity which won't be terrorizing our fair city any longer." This story is original to Toasted Cake. Michael M. Jones lives in southwest Virginia with too many books, just enough cats, and a wife who stole the television remote in 1998 and has yet to …
 
In this week's edition of the Cyclingnews Podcast, brought to you in association with Sportful and Pinarello, we look at another top-ten list and this time it’s the cobbled Classics riders from the men's WorldTour era. Our list is comprised of some of the best cobbled specialists of all-time, let alone the last few years, and as well as discussing …
 
“The credit goes to my team always. You can not build a brand single-handedly.” - Vikas Bagaria. Vikas Bagaria is the founder of Pee Safe - India’s leading personal hygiene brand on a mission to empower women with good health and easy hygiene solutions. With several accolades already under its belt, Pee Safe was recently also awarded as The Best SM…
 
“In India, dining out is an event, smallest of things can ruin it, and smallest of things can make it better”– Ankit Mehrotra Ankit’s tryst with entrepreneurship got ignited when he overcame his fear of failing an exam. The boy who grew in the bylanes South Delhi went to the University of Essex to pursue his engineering, chased his love for finance…
 
Toasted Cake 235! In which things get a little messy. The taco beach was a mistake. This story is original to Toasted Cake. Kate Ristau is a folklorist, an author, and the Executive Director of Willamette Writers. You can find her essays in the New York Times and the Washington Post, and her young adult and middle grade books online. She lives in a…
 
In this week’s episode of the Cyclingnews podcast, we analyze the latest news surrounding Chris Froome and his contract situation. The four-time Tour de France winner has been linked with several teams with the notion of a mid-season transfer mentioned in several camps. We look at Froome’s options, where he should go and whether staying at Team Ine…
 
Toasted Cake #234! In which we find the daffodils. A witch's garden. Agnes had read about them in fairy stories. This story is original to Toasted Cake. Samuel Poots is a writer from N. Ireland who communicates primarily by means of Pratchett quotes. His story The Glass-Eyed Girl was awarded Kraxon Magazine's Short Story of the Year Award for 2018 …
 
Toasted Cake 233! In which we finally come up with the perfect doom, no really this time. The Terrible installed a conveyor belt exclusively for her. This story first appeared right here in Daily SF. John (@wiswell) is a disabled writer who lives where New York keeps all its trees. He has published in Uncanny Magazine, Nature Magazine, and Fireside…
 
Are the greatest and the most successful the same or different? That’s the hot topic in this week’s edition of the Cyclingnews podcast as Ed Pickering and Patrick Fletcher go head-to-head and attempt to rank the greatest GC Grand Tour riders of the WorldTour era. In no particular order we selected ten riders: Nairo Quintana, Tom Dumoulin, Chris Fro…
 
Toasted Cake #232! In which we aren't sure what kind of a bird we are. Justin is ten feet tall, so I give myself a pair of wings with which to reach him. This story is original to Toasted Cake. Avra Margariti is a queer Social Work undergrad from Greece. She enjoys storytelling in all its forms and writes about diverse identities and experiences. H…
 
In the latest episode of the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you by Sportful, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville, we catch up with Sam Bennett on living in lockdown and how he envisages the year unfolding. We also chat with Nathan Haas with the Australian providing us with his selection of tunes to listen to while training indoors. There’s time to a…
 
In this episode of the Cyclingnews Podcast Women’s Edition we sat down with Mitchelton-Scott rider Annemiek van Vleuten in the spring of 2019 ahead of what turned out to be one of the biggest years in her career. It was a year that saw the Dutch all-rounder secure victory at Liège-Bastogne-Liège, a second overall title at the Giro Rosa and then dom…
 
“It pays to stay authentic and talk to millennials in the language they understand” - Hitesh Dhingra. Hitesh Dhingra is the founder of The Man Company - an exclusive men’s only grooming brand. He is a 4x Entrepreneur who has been a pioneer across various industries. Right from starting an eCommerce site, a dating site & now The Man Company, Hitesh …
 
Toasted Cake 231! In which we discuss certain economic systems. Honored guests, thank you for attending this seminar on the Tucabal-Gor, colloquially known as alien sharks. This story first appeared right here in Fireside. Beth Goder works as an archivist, processing the papers of economists, scientists, and other interesting folks. Her fiction has…
 
“I do not limit myself from thinking insane things, and trying to figure a logic on if you can do it” - Nakul Kumar Nakul Kumar is the Co-founder of Cashify, a recommerce leader in India with a focus on smartphones. Nakul is an MDI Gurgaon graduate and a serial entrepreneur. His first business was in the waste management domain where Nakul successf…
 
“Organisation has to be larger than yourself” - Girish Batra Girish Batra is the founder of NetAmbit - a 19-year-old organisation that has been powering startups in India to scale their businesses through a unique sustainable sales growth model. The model was so successful that it was featured in Forbes India magazine. A tenacious entrepreneur, Gir…
 
Toasted Cake 230! In which we end up becoming one of those portal mothers. I held my newborn in the hospital delivery room, and I saw fluffy cumulus clouds billow across Ivanova's eyes. First appeared right here in Daily SF. Nebula Award-nominated Beth Cato is the author of the Clockwork Dagger duology and the Blood of Earth Trilogy from Harper Voy…
 
A bumper edition of the CN podcast It’s been a few weeks since our last episode but the Cyclingnews podcast is back with interviews with Tom Dumoulin and Matt White We also discuss the likelihood of the Tour de France taking place later this year and whether it’s too soon to get excited about race dates that have been scheduled for the second half …
 
Toasted Cake 229! In which we ruin our favorite blouse, but maybe we have good reasons. Melba had thought she was too old to be possessed by a demon. . . . A shorter version of this story, entitled "How Melba Got Her Groove Back," first appeared right here in Bending Genres. Tara Campbell is a writer, teacher, Kimbilio Fellow, and fiction editor at…
 
Toasted Cake 228! In which we consider all the possibilities. It was two weeks until the ship landed back on earth, and Trisha figured that meant now or never. She had to tell Jazz how she felt. First appeared right here on Daily SF. Kelly Sandoval's fiction has appeared in Strange Horizons, Uncanny, and Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy. S…
 
Tonight on the Burnouts! Top ten cars for hoarding toilet paper! Just kidding, we all know what that is already (Ford Transit or Honda Odyssey, obviously). But really though, stay safe, folks. Wash those hands! Tonight, we shift through a Heel/Toe segment full of Vettes, Supras, and HEMI’s. Plus, we talk about how camshafts are so 2019, and Cole ex…
 
Toasted Cake 227! In which we had hoped to be working on other problems. The video conferencing at the United Nations was finally at a level where they could take supervillains' calls without having to consult with three different secretaries to make the picture appear. This story first appeared right here in Natures Futures. Marissa Lingen lives i…
 
Last week, when we recorded an episode entirely devoted to the covid-19 coronavirus crisis. The hope was that by now we’d be back to some semblance of normality and that racing would at least be back on the agenda. Seven days later though and that scenario is far bleaker than many of us could have imagined. Granted, as we recorded this episode Pari…
 
As you might expect this podcast solely focuses on the Coronavirus and its effect on professional cycling. We’re going to hear from team bosses Jonathan Vaughters, and Matt White, as well as our European Editor Stephen Farrand, who lives in Italy, and Sophie Smith, who made it home from the UAE and is safely back in Australia. But we start with Ste…
 
The UAE Tour continues and in the latest episode of the Cyclingnews podcast – brought to you in association with Sportful, Pinarello and Floyd’s of Leadville – we wrap up stages 3 and 4. We hear from Adam Yates on his stage win and race lead, and Caleb Ewan and Sam Bennett after both riders missed out on stage wins. Ewan crashed and found himself o…
 
In the second of our podcasts from the UAE Tour we hear from Chris Froome, Adam Yates, Sam Bennett, and yes, as the title suggests, we also discuss the Australian Emu War of the 1930s. Spoiler alert: the Emus won. We start with a recap of the first two days of racing after Pascal Ackermann and Caleb Ewan - the new leader of the race – shared the sp…
 
The second WorldTour stage race of the season kicks off this weekend with the UAE Tour. The week-long event provides a world-class field with three up-hill finishes and a number of opportunities for the sprinters. It’s no surprise that so many sprinters have made the journey to the Middle East with Pascal Ackermann, Dylan Groenewegen, Mark Cavendis…
 
This is our first in a series of podcasts in which we are partnering with Shimano and for our first episode we headed to Hoogerheide for the final round of the Cyclo-cross World Cup. We hear from several of the main protagonists including Wout Van Aert, Mathieu van der Poel, and his father Adri, Katie Compton and Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado as we sa…
 
After a long hiatus we welcome back Procycling editor Edward Pickering to the Cyclingnews podcast, as we look ahead to the Tour Down Under and discuss a number of topics from the evolution of UAE Team Emirates to the chances of Elia Viviani and Caleb Ewan as they go head-to-head in Australia. Viviani moved to Cofidis over the winter and we discuss …
 
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