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Best Stamped podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Stamped podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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When an alien spacecraft crashes in Missouri a team of army investigators is dispatched. Among the debris they find a Martian infant and decide to raise him in their lab. Is he too strange to form a relationship with humans? Maybe, but he does have cute eye-stalks. – Stamped Caution was first published in the August 1953 issue of Galaxy magazine. (Summary by Gregg Margarite)
 
Dopefiend.co.uk is The Web's Favourite Cannabis Podcast, the home of free portable stonertainment for your drug-addled ears! Every Monday the Web's Favourite Cannabis Commentator, The Dopefiend, casts his beady red eye over the very latest cannabis news, and reviews the latest in cutting-edge stoner technology in the ultimate toker's talk show, the Dopecast. On Thursdays enter Lefty's Lounge for laid-back chat, cool music, stoner stories and comedy from the man with the Velvet Voicebox; or h ...
 
"Kashtanka," a shaggy-dog story penned by Anton Chekhov in seven parts and first published in 1887, relates the experiences of its eponymous heroine, a fox-faced, reddish dachshund-mix, whose name means 'little chestnut.' After her detestation of music causes her to become separated from the carpenter with whose family she had been living, Kashtanka finds herself taken up by an unusual vaudevillian and goes to live among an assortment of other intelligent animals, each of whom is observed wi ...
 
Tune in every Monday to If I Were You as Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld offer advice in areas they're qualified to talk about. Also in areas they're not qualified to talk about. Email them with your own sticky situations and they’ll find the solution: IfIWereYouShow@gmail.com.
 
Who invented pants? How did ‘pink for girls’ and ‘blue for boys’ happen? What do dogs say when they bark? ELT is here to answer your burning questions. If you have a question that needs answering, call the ELT Help Line at 833-RING-ELT or send an audio message to elt@gimletmedia.com. Every Little Thing is produced by Gimlet Media and hosted by Flora Lichtman.
 
Personal finance expert Andy Webb from BeCleverWithYourCash.com and Channel 5's Shop Smart Save Money chats with money bloggers, writers and experts to help you save, make and manage money. In 2019 Cash Chats was named Best Money Podcast at the SHOMO awards, with Andy's blog Be Clever With Your Cash winning Best Personal Finance Blog at the same event.
 
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, by Vicente Blasco Ibañez and translated into English by Charlotte Brewster Jordan, depicts two branches of a family with its roots in the pampas of Argentina. The wealthy Argentinian, Julio Madariaga, comes from Spain and raises himself from poverty, becoming a self-made, wealthy cattleman. He is a man of extremes; an honest man with a rascally knack for taking advantage of others; a self-made man with overweening pride, prejudices, and a sharp, flinty te ...
 
Tracy A. Malone has started a Narcissist Abuse Support channel to help victims understand and get educated on what narcissist abuse is. Many victims like myself did not know what a narcissist was because we were raised by one and the behaviors are similar. This is a journey of healing, sharing, exposing, teaching and learning to be vulnerable. Together we can heal. VISIT MY WEBSITE NarcissistAbuseSupport.com and find over 650 free resources state by state that offer free counseling, and serv ...
 
The official podcast from the fiascoskateboarding.com blog by Max Palmer. Originally used to promote up and coming skateboarders from the south of England such as Adam Keys, Joe Paget, Jak Tonge & Joe Smither via my own videos, the fiascoskateboarding.com podcast has evolved into a daily source of banging skate video parts bearing the official stamp of approval carefully given out by by Portsmouth's biggest YouTube lurkers Casey "Baby with a Beard" Brown & Lloyd 'Dobbo' Davies. Word. Disclai ...
 
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Community members in Irondequoit are gearing up for a town-wide discussion about Ibram X. Kendi and Jason Reynold's book, "Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You." It's a remix of Kendi's bestselling book "Stamped" that's written in a conversational way for young readers. Our guests discuss the upcoming event and what they want readers to learn: Patr…
 
Alex Kurtzman praises the "amazing experiment" of Star Trek: Short Treks and floats the idea of a musical episode, George Takei is set to help the U.S. Postal Service launch a new set of stamps honoring Japanese sculptor Ruth Asawa, plus history! Support Daily Star Trek News on Patreon: https://patreon.com/dailystartreknews Subscribe on Apple Podca…
 
Former drummer and Forever Blaggard Mike McAloon rejoins us for a whole episode! Save our Stages How life has changed for Mike since he left the band Mike's assessment of Eric's drumming in Blaggards Eric's assessment of Mike's drumming in Blaggards The generational differences between Mike and Eric's approach to drumming and musicianship in genera…
 
Joel is joined by the new editor of Nutmeg magazine and author Daniel Gray to talk about the revered periodical as well as Scottish football in general. The duo look for the small football delights amongst the coronavirus pandemic and how the last four months has changed their outlook, before going on to talk about Daniel's introduction to Scottish…
 
In this Unabridged Book Club discussion, we talk about Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi’s Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You. This phenomenal book is a remix for young people of Kendi’s original Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America, and we all felt that it was a phenomenal read and is such a great fit for…
 
To support New Yorkers through the COVID-19 and financial crises, about a half-billion dollars in food stamps, at $420 apiece, are being issued to every city student. Those who already receive such assistance have had this extra money added to their accounts, but in coming weeks the funds are going to two groups who otherwise haven’t been eligible:…
 
The Mortgage Business Uncut podcast is your weekly analysis of the biggest themes shaping the Australian mortgages market. Join Annie Kane and Charbel Kadib as they discuss NSW's new stamp duty changes, the latest development in the ASIC/Westpac "wagyu and shiraz" case, and key figures from the Treasurer's economic and fiscal update. This week they…
 
Flora is hosting the Chapped Cheeks Book Club this week, so we’re revisiting one of our favorite episodes: How do U.S. postage stamps come to be? ELT explores the secret world of the Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee, the group that decides what gets stuck on America’s envelopes. Guests: Bill Gicker, manager of stamp development at USPS; Jessica, …
 
In a whirlwind of developments for New Jersey’s schools, Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday relented to pressure and announced his administration would allow for remote-only opening of schools that can’t meet safety guidelines. It was a compromise between his previous order that schools offer at least some in-person instruction and the growing chorus fr…
 
Alex Kurtzman gives an update on Star Trek: Discovery season 4, and says Strange New Worlds will start filming next year, Doctor Who’s 10th Doctor, David Tennant, wants to be in Star Trek, and it’s all thanks to George Takei, plus I’ve got the weekend’s virtual Trek events. Support Daily Star Trek News on Patreon: https://patreon.com/dailystartrekn…
 
COVID-19 isn’t the only health crisis plaguing our communities. Early data from throughout the New York City area shows that drug overdose deaths are surging during these months of quarantine and shutdown. WNYC’s Matt Katz brings us the story of people with addictions and criminal records trying to regain their footing during a pandemic. For more o…
 
Ernest Francois's lawyer says that corrections officers called the Haitian immigrant a “snitch,” put him in solitary confinement twice, and pushed him hard enough that he fell. He also allegedly received racist, homophobic, and threatening mail from inside the jail -- like doctored images of his booking photo, including one with a gun pointed to hi…
 
State Supreme Court Justice John Ark is scheduled to hear an update Friday on a lawsuit filed this spring about the process of appointing a Democratic Monroe County elections commissioner . That update takes new importance after the last Monroe County Legislature meeting. Ernest Flagler-Mitchell, who is assistant Democratic minority leader, success…
 
Family members of nursing home residents, testifying at a legislative hearing this week, told harrowing tales of neglect and unresponsive staff and administrators while the COVID-19 pandemic raged in New York this spring. Virginia Wilson-Butler said her aunt Eva Johnson’s care in a Brooklyn nursing home was substandard even before the pandemic, wit…
 
We talk with Guy Harrison, an author known for his work on skepticism and atheism. He joins us to discuss conspiracy theories, particularly those related to the coronavirus. In a recent piece for Psychology Today he wrote, "In the coming months, an avalanche of pandemic-related fantasies, lies, and medical fraud will continue to swarm the globe. Th…
 
We talk with Guy Harrison, an author known for his work on skepticism and atheism. He joins us to discuss conspiracy theories, particularly those related to the coronavirus. In a recent piece for Psychology Today he wrote, "In the coming months, an avalanche of pandemic-related fantasies, lies, and medical fraud will continue to swarm the globe. Th…
 
Community members in Irondequoit are gearing up for a town-wide discussion about Ibram X. Kendi and Jason Reynold's book, "Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You." It's a remix of Kendi's bestselling book "Stamped" that's written in a conversational way for young readers. Our guests discuss the upcoming event and what they want readers to learn: Patr…
 
Every year, the New York City Council Speaker has a certain amount of money in the budget to dole out to fellow council members to spend on projects and organizations in their districts. But an analysis of this year's funding by the New York Daily News found that the members who voted against Speaker Corey Johnson's budget received less money than …
 
So the latest figures show that the UK economy is officially in recession, with a whopping 20.4% contraction in the last quarter. In this week's episode I explain what that means and what impact that's likely to have on all of us. Plus the things we can do with our money to help weather the storm. * Please do leave a review and rating if this saves…
 
The music is perhaps unlike anything you have heard. Or maybe it is like many things you’ve heard. It is “Fountain,” the debut album by Lyra Pramuk. Music that flows and explodes out of the classical and electronica realms. A droning, oscillating, leaping, humming. Machine-manipulated vocalizations with the influence of African rhythms dart with el…
 
Space Boffins celebrate their 100th Naked Scientists' edition with two major guests: NASA's head of science, Thomas Zurbuchen, and the UK Space Agency's head of human space exploration, Libby Jackson. They discuss the future of the International Space Station and lunar exploration and the inside-track on the troubled James Webb Space Telescope. Als…
 
Space Boffins celebrate their 100th Naked Scientists' edition with two major guests: NASA's head of science, Thomas Zurbuchen, and the UK Space Agency's head of human space exploration, Libby Jackson. They discuss the future of the International Space Station and lunar exploration and the inside-track on the troubled James Webb Space Telescope. Als…
 
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy enacted a statewide eviction moratorium in March, prohibiting people from getting kicked out of their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic. But landlords have continued to file eviction claims in court — the first step to evicting a renter. In July, landlords filed 5,700 eviction proceedings, bringing the total number of l…
 
The June 23 primary was the first in New York to allow all voters the option of casting their ballots by mail. Under an executive order by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, registered voters could cite the COVID-19 pandemic as a reason for filling out an absentee ballot. The New York State Legislature held a hearing Tuesday on the primary elections to find out wh…
 
We continue our series of conversations with local superintendents about their districts' reopening plans. We're joined by the superintendents of the Brighton and Hilton Central School Districts, who discuss their learning models and policies related to testing, masking, and more for the fall. Our guests: Kevin McGowan , superintendent of Brighton …
 
We continue our series of conversations with local superintendents about their districts' reopening plans. We're joined by the superintendents of the Brighton and Hilton Central School Districts, who discuss their learning models and policies related to testing, masking, and more for the fall. Our guests: Kevin McGowan , superintendent of Brighton …
 
On Monday, the New York Times reported on a new immigration rule proposed by the Trump administration: the President is considering allowing border officials to temporarily block American citizens or permanent legal residents from returning to the country if there's reason to believe they have been exposed to or have contracted the coronavirus. Mea…
 
On Monday, the New York Times reported on a new immigration rule proposed by the Trump administration: the President is considering allowing border officials to temporarily block American citizens or permanent legal residents from returning to the country if there's reason to believe they have been exposed to or have contracted the coronavirus. Mea…
 
Angelique Pettyjohn guest-starred in The Gamesters of Triskelion and immediately became an iconic part of Star Trek. This week, we welcome John Flynn who has written a new autobiography on Angelique to share stories about her getting the role, her time on set and encounter with Captain Kirk. See the documents: facebook.com/thetrekfiles…
 
Award-winning animator Ben Hibon joins the upcoming Nickelodeon series Star Trek: Prodigy as director, Alexander Siddig and Andrew Robinson will perform as Bashir and Garak in the fan-written fluff fic, "Little Achievements", and I’ve got this week’s Trek trivia! Support Daily Star Trek News on Patreon: https://patreon.com/dailystartreknews Subscri…
 
The star of the film (and) director is a bloke called Andrew Wakefield and he’s supported by a cast of other ‘experts’. We’re going to take a look at the names featured in ‘Vaxxed’ to see who they are and talk about what they have to say. Visit the World Health Organisation for more information on vaccinations: https://www.who.int/health-topics/vac…
 
We continue with the new format with Monday's show which sees Joel step into the hosting limelight, and it's his time to shine. Looking back at the second weekend in the Scottish Premiership we have: Craig Fowler on Alex Dyer's organised Kilmarnock side, Nicke Kabamba's bodying of Christopher Jullien and the age old Scott Brown conundrum, plus Hami…
 
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