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The Tantrum House Board Gaming Podcast features the entire crew from Tantrum House! Four married couples—each with their own distinct board gaming preferences—get together each week to talk about board games that are coming to Kickstarter, games that have arrived in the mail, and ones they are looking forward to playing again soon. They cover topics like how to build up your local board gaming community, how to get your game onto Kickstarter, and pretty much every other hobby topic under the ...
 
+1 Forward is a show about games using the Apocalypse Engine. We cover these games in play, and talk about the many flavors of games Powered by the Apocalypse. Each episode will have a discussion about mechanics, as well as an example of play.
 
Five old friends of more than 20 years come together to produce a high quality, bi-weekly podcast about tabletop gaming of all kinds: board games, card games, miniatures, role-playing games and much more. In each episode you can expect board game reviews, gaming industry news and round-table discussions. The Founders, Jamie, Tony, Chris, Steve and Brian, each have varying tastes in gaming to provide a variety of viewpoints. Since 2011, over 100 full length episodes and now more with our new ...
 
Is it best that our food is Local and Organic or Big and Conventional? Our view is “Both, and..” We don’t come to the table with a bias, except that good farming like good food comes in all shapes and sizes. Farm to Table Talk explores issues and the growing interest in the story of how and where the food on our tables is produced, processed and marketed. The host, Rodger Wasson is a food and agriculture veteran. Although he was the first of his family to leave the grain and livestock farm a ...
 
On each episode of Table Talk we dive deeper into the unanswered questions shaping the food and drink landscape. Expect to hear from industry leaders, influencers and innovators on the ground driving the change each and every day. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter by tagging us @foodmatterslive or keep up to date with Table Talk on foodmatters.co.uk (https://www.foodmatters.co.uk/) .
 
Boards Alive is a podcast where we talk about tabletop games. Our goal is to show that tabletop gaming can be just as exciting and engaging as Hollywood movies or big budget video games. We try to highlight games that have a rich theme that connects with the mechanics of the game. We want to help people escape into tabletop games and enjoy the competition and camaraderie of gaming.
 
We're on a mission to enable public participation as a fundamental pillar of well-functioning 21st-century democracies around the world. Listen in as we discuss the challenges governments and organizations face as they work to engage their communities. Hear engagement strategies these leaders are using to forge meaningful connections and develop open dialogue around import issues that affect the lives of their communities.
 
Becca Scott and Jake Michels are obsessed with board games. Becca's the host of How to Play and Game the Game, and now she's podcasting with Jake to talk about board games. They interview board game developers, artists, publishers, and other board game fanatics, to find out what they're playing, why they love games, and why gaming is important to them. For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.com Link to survey: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4
 
Five Contributors, Five Reviews, Five Minutes Each. Bringing you a bi-weekly dose of rapid-fire board game reviews. Every other Wednesday our five contributors will talk about a game on their radar that week. Follow us on Facebook (https://facebook.com/FiveByGames), Twitter (https://twitter.com/FiveByGames), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/FiveByGames/), or support us on Patreon (http://Patreon.com/FiveByGames). The Five By is part of the Inside Voices Network. Find out more at InsideVo ...
 
Teachers know that when classes are done, the beer has been poured, teachers gather around the table, and the talk turns to...teaching. Great (and not so great ideas) are tossed around, argued, praised, and ridiculed. What's been missing is a microphone on the table. Until now. If you're a teacher, and especially if you're teaching in Japan, have a listen. Tony and Charles talk about what they've learned, what works, what doesn't, and what other teachers like you have to say.
 
Point of Inquiry is the Center for Inquiry's flagship podcast, where the brightest minds of our time sound off on all the things you're not supposed to talk about at the dinner table: science, religion, and politics. Guests have included Brian Greene, Susan Jacoby, Richard Dawkins, Ann Druyan, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Eugenie Scott, Adam Savage, Bill Nye, and Francis Collins. Point of Inquiry is produced at the Center for Inquiry in Amherst, N.Y.
 
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For too many it is basically a no win situation if you’re a farmer and so they ask “How can I get off this treadmill?” The dream of farming can become a nightmare in a broken system explains Ricardo Salvador, the Director of Food and Environment for the Union of Concerned Scientists. Farm choice has traditionally been either playing the low value, …
 
The UK's Favourite Fries - the Debate Rages OnElt ran a Twitter Poll this week following Anna from Traverse's vote for Curly Fries last week. What was the outcome, and where do online polls sit in relation to the Government's Planning Whitepaper around consultation?Charly's Choons is BACK!Bang the Table UK's own Charly Amos has been reliving Ace of…
 
The research that Professor Tim Spector has been involved in has been ground-breaking in revealing our highly individualised responses to food. In his latest book, Spoon-fed, he details how almost everything we've been told about nutrition is wrong. Join us for a fascinating conversation with Tim about his book, and find out why he thinks that we n…
 
April Hawley joins me to talk about sexual abuse as a child, her meth addiction, toxic relationships, letting go for relationships, breaking old cycles, wake up calls, divorce, never settling, surrender, masculine energy, death and rebirth cycles, karma, karmic relationships, suppression, completion and more.…
 
Should we only have christian friends? by Ben, Dave & Luke | Truth Nugget https://cdn.simplecast.com/audio/5b9039/5b903902-5249-4393-a786-5d47841cd790/bfbd3671-d533-4056-ba9d-2a475eced94f/should-we-only-have-christian-friends_tc.mp3 As Christians do, we endanger ourselves by having friends outside of our faith and therefore should only have friends…
 
For most of 2020, churches in South Africa, and across the world, have had to adjust to a new normal. But church lockdown must eventually give way to church post-lockdown. What will that look like? What lessons must we learn from lockdown that will persist long after restrictions are lifted? In today’s episode, Tyrell and Crystal Park Baptist Churc…
 
The fact that the food system lacks resilience is apparent from the devastating effects of COVID on meat packing plant employees. In a system that inspired Henry Ford’s assembly plant, these dis-assembly plants have proven to be extremely dangerous for workers. First plants closed, farmers euthanized hogs, workers were home sick or laid off, then p…
 
Table of Contents Would You Rather @3:35 News Desk with Rob Baer @12:53 Haspil's Corner @37:50 New Rules @47:35 Welcome to , a new place for bringing the hobby back to wargaming! A podcast hosted by Rob Baer, Kenny Boucher, Wyatt Turk, & Mike Haspil. Become a Veteran of the Long War! Sign up now for a free 7 days to tour our video battle reports, t…
 
From Covid to Brexit to even the culture wars, Boris's performance seems to have been lacklustre. Where is the effervescent leader he was promised to be? (00:45) Sweden's violent crime is spiking - and are politicians afraid to say why? (16:45) And on the other side of the world, why are the Japanese so much happier to wear masks? (27:55) With Spec…
 
Join a whole stewpotful of gnomes for the 100th episode of Gnomecast! In this episode, each gnome ladles out a piece of GMing advice they’d give to their younger selves just starting out as GMs. Can this blatant breach of time travel protocol keep any of these gnomes out of the stew? Gnomecast thanks all the gnomes who stopped by: Angela Murray, Di…
 
A hopefully smart and insightful podcast discussing trading card collecting. A podcast by collectors for collectors. The Week That Was - Last Week’s Releases Topps Living - Week 131 2020/21 Upper Deck O-Pee-Chee Hockey 9/10 2020 Panini Mosaic Football 9/11 Hot off the Press - New Releases 2020 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball 9/16 2019/20 Upper Deck C…
 
The first annual Snobbies Board Game Award Show!! Break out your finest evening wear and settle in as the Snobs hand out the awards for most over-hyped, most over looked, the Enrique, and the Fanatical Choice in part one of this illustrious awards show. Enjoy! Contact us to let us know of your adulation!!boardgamesnobs@gmail.comhttps://twitter.com/…
 
In this episode of Sporadically Board Mike and Dan are joined by boardgaming's voice of youth, Matthew Jude from Death by Monsters Join the Sporadically Board Facebook group here Follow Sporadically Board on twitter @sporadicboard Follow Mike over on twitter at @michaeldilisio Follow Dan over on twitter at @dghughes28 Massive thanks to the ever fan…
 
Collin and Cindy are heading out west to live our their western fantasies, so in addition to letting them get in one more review (Tribes: Dawn of Humanity from Kosmos), Philip and Chris talk about their plans moving forward and Chris talks about Bermuda Pirates from Foxmind Games. Email us your comments and questions at feedback@boardsandswords.com…
 
In this week's books podcast Sam's guest is the writer Ysenda Maxtone Graham, whose new book casts a rosy look back at the way children used to spend their summer holidays. British Summer Time Begins: The School Summer Holidays 1930-1980 is a work of oral history that covers everything from damp sandwiches and cruelty to animals to tree-climbing, m…
 
Join Alex, Helen, Bryn, Lydia and Ben as they adjust to their new normal aboard the Vengeance. This week Hamid has a moment of clarity, Azu feels tall again, Cel keeps an eye on Carter, and Zolf has a discussion with the captain. Content Notes: - Mind/body swapping - Dysmorphia/dysphoria - Disorientation - Innuendo - Self-loathing - Comedic violenc…
 
Join us at the game table this week as we discuss the board game Tapestry. Designed by Jamey Stegmaier, and released through Stonemaier Games. In Tapestry, players create a civilization that starts with the discovery of fire and then moves forward from there. Players build their capital city and some may even reach to the stars. Come, join us at th…
 
Hey Now Cabalists! Today the gang is back to talk about a ton of board gaming stuff including Crystal Palace, Mariposas, Dinogenics, Spicy, Smartphone, Inc and Among Us. Then we dive into a feature review of Undaunted Normandy and Undaunted North Africa from our good friend Dave Thompson and Trevor Benjamin published by Osprey Games and we look bac…
 
Has the government found the magic money tree? It certainly seems like it when the furlough scheme and various other Covid measures have taken government debt to above £2 trillion. The crazy amount of spending has been kept afloat by quantitative easing, the Bank of England’s policy of choice since the financial crisis. Some have called this ‘money…
 
Sustainable packaging is no longer a nice-to-have, but a responsibility of all manufacturers and retailers to deliver on, as they face ever more scrutiny from consumers on their sustainability credentials. It’s never been a more exciting time for a career in the sector, we’ll take a look at what is influencing developments in packaging, and the cha…
 
We don't always have friends of the podcast on the show, but when we do, it's Matt Redmond! Matt is a Christian counselor, teacher, author, and longtime listener of the podcast. We have wanted to chat with Matt for a while because of our shared love of books, C.S. Lewis, music, and more. Listen in as we discuss: Where we were on 9/11 Whether or not…
 
This week for the first time ever there’s no Chris, he’s busy with a brand new baby! Kitty and Fletcher do their best to struggle on without him and discuss curating their game collections, what to add and what to let go of. Go to http://TabletopGameTalk.com/live to learn how to be part of our live audience. Follow us on twitter http://twitter.com/…
 
It's said that Bicester Village is the second most popular attraction for Chinese tourists in the UK, coming just behind Buckingham Palace. The pandemic recovery figures show much the same - while retail is still struggling to recover, luxury goods sales is leading the bounceback. In this episode, I find out why the Chinese love luxury goods just s…
 
This week Casey and Brent talk about converting models for wargaming. Different kinds of conversions, some of our favorites. All around, a fun conversionsation!We also tackle the incredible marketing fumble from AK Interactive. Seriously, incredible...~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~YOUTUBE CHANNEL LINKS:eBay Miniature RescuesYoutube.…
 
​Sponsors: Boardwalk, Bezier Games, Final Frontier Games, The Game Steward, Game Toppers In our 161st episode, we discuss 5 games in our #KickstarterConniption for the week of September 14th, Will and Kevin interview Shawn and Molly of Flatout Games about Cascadia, and we discuss both our upcoming retreat and 24-hr game-a-thon. episode_161_24-hour_…
 
This week we unearth the lost episode of Hooked on Geek recorded a few months ago in April of 2020 but never released. In it you will hear what we were playing during the lock down. Listen in the beginning as we introduce the episode with some trepidation and then enjoy the lost episode (8:09). Should we left never released it? You be the judge.…
 
On this week's episode, Douglas Murray asks - why would anyone want to be a government adviser, given what's happened to Tony Abbott? The historian Francis Pike reads his piece on Thailand's Caligula; and Philip Hensher reviews a new book on Wagner. Spectator Out Loud is a weekly audio collection of three Spectator writers reading their pieces in t…
 
For many it would be a dream come true if their family could be supported from an 80 acre farm instead of the more typical 2,000 acres commodity farm. In a recent article, Ricardo Salvador of the Union of Concerned Scientists says that dream may be becoming a reality: “We all could use some good news. Here is some. This is a story about breaking fr…
 
A hopefully smart and insightful podcast discussing trading card collecting. A podcast by collectors for collectors. The Week That Was - Last Week’s Releases Topps Living - Week 130 2020 Panini Donruss Football 9/2 2020 Topps Stadium Club Baseball 9/2 2020 Topps Chrome - Ben Baller 9/2 2020 Panini Immaculate Collegiate Football 9/2 Hot off the Pres…
 
Sarah Sands is the former editor of the Today programme. On the podcast, she talks to Katy Balls about her departure from the Sunday Telegraph after just nine months as Editor; giving John Humphreys a pay cut; and what it was like to find out on election night that the Boris Johnson government intended to boycott Today. Women With Balls is a podcas…
 
Special Guest Appearance from our friends TraverseJonno and Elt are reunited after 2 weeks of fabulous and positively chirpy deputising by Bang the Table UK colleague Charly Amos, but they're not alone! Making a special debut guest appearance on the UK Consult, they are joined by Anna McKeon, Head of Engagement & Associate Director at Traverse.Trav…
 
Table of Contents Would You Rather @3:00 News Desk with Rob Baer @10:45 Haspil's Corner @42:48 Welcome to , a new place for bringing the hobby back to wargaming! A podcast hosted by Rob Baer, Kenny Boucher, Wyatt Turk, & Mike Haspil. Become a Veteran of the Long War! Sign up now for a free 7 days to tour our video battle reports, tutorials, and sho…
 
Vaccines are normally in the realm of scientists; but not this time as world leaders race to be the first. (00:50) Brexit is heating up, but is the government in a stronger position than it seems? (13:35) And a modern day Caligula - the life and times of the Thai king Rama X. (22:40) With journalist Matthew Lynn; immunologist Beate Kampmann; our po…
 
Easy wins are not about killing the big bad. But we do spend a lot of time talking about “The Big Bad” in our games, helping to make those encounters/fights/etc the best they can be. But, how much value do we put on those easy or quick wins in our games? Those times the party quickly dispatches the 5 goblin guards, or when they easily evade the Sto…
 
One professor is using social media to remind us that physics is the real magic of the universe. Through showing off his massive collection of science gadgets and physics toys, Dr. Raymond Hall is teaching many, young and old, the wonderful world of physics and how everyday phenomena is just science in action. In this episode of Point of Inquiry, D…
 
The agri-foodtech space is one of the most dynamic and exciting sectors in tech focused on helping to build a sustainable future for our planet. In this Table Talk Podcast we speak to two women who are working in agri-foodtech to share their personal experience. What inspired them to work in the sector, how did their career journey begin, what chal…
 
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