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In this podcast I will share with you my journey with God over almost 5 decades. We all can use a little help along the way in our spiritual formation. I want to help you to get closer to God and help you discover what He was thinking off when He created you.
 
Is Star Trek: Voyager good... or is it garbage? Journey forward to the courtroom of the Honorable Judge Midnightien Later as he seeks to discern a final and legally-binding answer to this and other perplexing questions, one Voyager episode at a time. Is Janeway the purest exemplar of the overarching Star Trek ethos, or does she personify the dangers of dogmatic adherence to Starfleet’s institutional code? Is the Voyager a pretty ship? Why does the theme song never speed up? The court’s only ...
 
In 1977, NASA sent the Voyager into space with two records known as the “Golden Records.” On them were recordings of notable historic music, evocative nature sounds, and murmurs from contemporary life, all used to paint a picture of humanity and the world at large. Things have changed a lot since 1977, so Caleb Hearon and Shelby Wolstein are trying their hand at an update. They're talking with comedians, musicians, and the like about what they would include on their own “golden record” if a ...
 
Primitive Culture is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated to a deep examination of the connections between Star Trek and our own history and culture. In each episode, Duncan Barrett and his guests take you on a fascinating exploration of how our world inspires the franchise we love—and how that franchise inspires us.
 
Innovative Leaders Who Get Stuff Done. How do you start a business? How do you contain a virus? How do you film a documentary, change careers, or address a dilemma? What magic happens when a group of software engineers get together? These are just a few of the subjects we’ll talk about on Voyager, a podcast about innovative leaders who get stuff done. We travel through all industries to find tenacious disruptors, artists and visionaries. We dig into who they are, what they do, and how they d ...
 
Learn French in coffee-break lessons from the Radio Lingua Network. In each lesson we'll focus on the language you need to know and before long you'll be making yourself understood with native French speakers. Season 1 lessons are for absolute beginners, and the courses increase in difficulty as the seasons progress. 386357
 
Come talk Star Trek with us! Strange New Takes is a Trek podcast brought to you by seven Trekkies from the United States. Nominally covering Strange New Worlds, our podcast also reviews other new Trek like Lower Decks and brings you retro reviews of older Star Trek shows and movies. We unapologetically love all Star Trek and hope you'll join us on our continuing mission to discover strange new takes. To seek out new views and new opinions. To boldly go wherever the heck we want to go! @stran ...
 
The Voyage Report: where you get the scoop on travel! This podcast introduces listeners to globetrotters, explorers, current travel topics and trends, tips and tricks, and destinations around the world. Subscribe, review, and share to support our original content from our team of journalists. Thank you for listening and visit us at VoyageReport.com. Bon voyage!
 
The World Wide Honeymoon Travel Podcast is hosted by Kat and Chris Butler, two newlyweds navigating the world of couples travel. Join Kat and Chris as they take you on a journey across the globe and fill you with inspiration, wanderlust, and amazing practical tips for your next romantic getaway! World Wide Honeymoon is all about staying adventurous while traveling the world with your love. Kat and Chris chat all things regarding couples travel including destination guides, travel tips, trave ...
 
The Voyage Forevermore is an actual play RPG podcast playing focused on collaborative storytelling, meaningful character development, fun times with fun friends, and the inherently exploratory nature of RPGs. In our current campaign, we're playing Tavern Tales, and following the story of a bugbear big game hunter, a retired admiral/bipedal toad man, and a dashing young dwarf exploring the furthest reaches of the world they know.
 
As a young man, Stevenson wished to be financially independent and began his literary career by writing travelogues. This is his first published work, written at a time when travel for pleasure was still a rarity. He and a friend traveled by canoe through France and Belgium and he relates how they were thrown in jail, mistaken for traveling salesmen and became embroiled in gypsy life. - Summary by Lynne Thompson
 
Dave Chimny is a DJ and producer for more than 25 years. He delivers a fresh "Ganorium Voyage" episode right into your ears every week. Prepare for 60 minutes full of new releases along with all-time favourites: Uplifting, melodic, vocal and progressive trance tunes. Check www.davechimny.com for all episodes, tracklists, dates and news.
 
One fateful night John F. Kennedy Jr. boarded a private plane with his wife and sister-in-law, flying to his cousin's wedding. Only, they never made it. Was the plane crash that led to JFK Jr.'s funeral a mere accident? Or something far more sinister, swept under the rug by Camelot—like so many of their other tragedies? This next installment in the Fatal Voyage series explores the privileged life and sudden death of John F. Kennedy Jr. Discover the dark side of the Kennedys, from scandals an ...
 
Melville wrote of some of his earliest experiences at sea in the story of Wellingborough Redburn, a wet-behind-the-ears youngster whose head was filled with dreams of foreign travel and adventure. In Redburn, the protagonist enlists for a stint as a seaman aboard Highlander, a merchant ship running between New York and London. As with many of Melville's works, this one is as much about class and race as it is about the sea. (Summary by James K. White)
 
Doctor John Dolittle is the central character of a series of children's books by Hugh Lofting. He is a doctor who shuns human patients in favour of animals, with whom he can speak in their own languages. He later becomes a naturalist, using his abilities to speak with animals to better understand nature and the history of the world.(summary from Wikipedia)
 
Featured on public television since February 2010, the travel-based music series MUSIC VOYAGER features host Jacob Edgar exploring thriving, exotic global music scenes to discover emerging talent. Edgar — an ethnomusicologist, cultural musician and music critic — travels all over the world to hear cutting-edge musicians and immerse himself in their cultures. In the series' first episode, Edgar ventures to Mumbai, Delhi to create a hit Bollywood song with vocalist Sona Mohapatra and meet Kail ...
 
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Comedian Damian Harmony returns to the show for his second voyage, this time traveling to Stonehenge to unravel it's many mysteries. Will he escape in one piece? Will he ever meet Alistair? Will he manage to eat all the sweaty lasagne?! Follow the show on Twitter and Instagram (@pageturnershow) and send your emails to voyageofthepageturner@gmail.co…
 
Chakotay’s whole life was a million-to-one shot, but this time, he’s fighting not for glory, not for money, but for love (of ship and crew). His fights have been easy, but an upstart (alien) is going to make him prove just how far he can still go. The only thing he can’t do is walk away (because the ship is stuck in chaotic space). He’ll find out t…
 
Travis sits down with Dr. Eileen Burd, Director of Clinical Microbiology at Emory University Hospital. They have a conversation about everything from infectious diseases to biofilms, working with the Americans who were infected with the Ebola virus, signs that you MIGHT be a microbiologist, not having time to watch television, and when we might be …
 
| Title | Artist | Vanishing | Tale Of Us Fideles | Forest Language Original Mix | Pambouk | Abu Simbel Extended | WhoMadeWho | Satellite Girl | Lee Burridge | How Many Times | Steve Darko Claude VonStroke | Adana Twins Jupiter Kollektiv Turmstrasse Remix | Adana Twins Jupiter Kollektiv | Fading | ARTBAT feat Dino Lenny | Blue (Original Mix) | Fabr…
 
Lee Lawrence was 11 years old when his mother, Cherry Groce, was shot during a police raid on their family home in Brixton, south London. The police had been looking for Lee’s brother, Michael, who didn’t live there at the time. The shooting sparked an uprising in Brixton – where tensions were already high between the many black residents and the o…
 
Following a chance encounter with a Moroccan fossil hunter, palaeontologist Dr Nizar Ibrahim embarked on a search for the skeleton of the elusive Spinosaurus dinosaur. Presenter: Jo FidgenProducer: Harry GrahamPicture: Paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim (left) in 2014. Credit: Photo by Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post via Getty ImagesGet in touch: outloo…
 
The gang has to make sure no GD hidden villains are within their group so they have a quick truth sesh. Then they rush off to meet Rowan's cool as hell dad! Wow! The adventure continues with Skud Derringer (Mike Bachmann), Rowan Grey (Jennifer Cheek), Lahnik "Lahni" Caplain (Nika Howard), Toby Treacletart (Tim Lanning) and your Dungeon Master (Mich…
 
Paul Mendez is a British writer, Beyoncé superfan and once devout Jehovah's Witness. Growing up in the Midlands, where his Jamaican grandparents settled, Paul was all about preaching, paradise and playing Monopoly with elderly ladies. But at 17, he was cast out from his congregation. Alone and looking for new friends, life took an unexpected and da…
 
We're reviewing every Star Trek pilot episode and this week we're on to Voyager! Caretaker is an action-adventure romp that sends the US Voyager and its crew 70,000 light years from home. Do we like the way the episode sets up the series? Listen to find out! Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In the late 1990s, lawyer Jacqueline Moudeina took on one of the most important cases in African legal history – the trial of Chad's former dictator Hissène Habré. He's a man who had massacred and tortured his people, including members of Jacqueline’s own family. She was determined to get justice, even if it took decades and meant risking her life.…
 
The Chronicles of Narnia might feel out of place among the rest of C.S. Lewis’s works, which include The Screwtape Letters, Mere Christianity, and The Problem of Pain. The Narnia books were the only ones Lewis wrote for children. But, if you look closely, they fit right in. In this episode, the podcasters discuss some examples. Special Guest: David…
 
Musician and interstellar voyager Tanerélle blesses Caleb and Shelby with her Golden Record, a visual and aural amalgamation so beautiful and powerful that the aliens will have no choice but to understand, and thus be inspired by, the overwhelming genius of planet Earth. Tanerélle's Golden Record Sugar Shack by Ernie Barnes (image) Sade’s Greatest …
 
These ants shrink their brains for motherhood — but can also grow them back; Intense boreal forest fires may change tree species, and lead to more carbon uptake; ‘Where’s the blue food?’ Scientists find source for natural blue food dye in red cabbage; Tons of microplastic is being thrown into the atmosphere from roads, oceans and fields; Contemplat…
 
In the 10th and final episode from Season 2 of the Coffee Break French Travel Diaries, Charlotte, Théo and Lucas are savouring their last day in France before travelling back to Geneva. Join Mark and Pierre-Benoît once last time as they discuss some interesting language points included in Charlotte's final travel diary entry. We cover phrases like …
 
Suspiria and “Cold Fire” Despite being teased in the series premiere, it took Star Trek: Voyager well over a year to actually introduce its female caretaker, a being with the power to send the ship home on a whim. And when the entity did appear, in the second-season episode “Cold Fire,” she turned out to have a surprising and distinctly sinister na…
 
Paul Haynes’ search for an elusive serial killer started when he was out of work and had to move back to his childhood home; this soon took over his life and became a full-time occupation. He then teamed up with the crime writer Michelle McNamara who came up with the name 'Golden State Killer.' He told his story to Emily Webb. Get in touch: outlook…
 
To recline or no? Is Paris or Rome really overrated? Are child-free flights a good idea? We're talking about all the unpopular travel opinions from listeners in this episode! Shownotes at https://worldwidehoneymoon.com/unpopular-travel-opinions/ Be sure to subscribe to our Instagram @worldwidehoneymoon for updates on the podcast and future opportun…
 
Internet shutdowns continue in Myanmar and now two new reports show the impact these have had. Top10VPN estimates these have cost the country’s economy more than $1bn, while cybersecurity firm Recorded Future Inc. has confirmed how people are still trying to connect with each other using Bluetooth and messaging apps like Bridgefy as well as accessi…
 
When Elizabeth Nyamayaro was eight years old a severe drought hit her small Zimbabwean village. She was saved from starvation by a local United Nations aid worker, who gave her a bowl of porridge after finding her collapsed on the ground. It was an experience that made Elizabeth determined that one day she too would work for the UN. It was a diffic…
 
Shirley Collins grew up in a folk music-loving family in Sussex, England, during World War Two, and announced her intention to become a folk singer when she was still just a teenager. Her career would lead her to record music with her sister Dolly; to record folk songs in America with legendary song collector Alan Lomax, and to become a key figure …
 
Bachmann returns after his maternity leave so we get down and dirty with what Skud has been up to. Then we take a big breath and realize we are about to face our most powerful enemy to date. Sure, we do that all the time, technically, but this is just orders of magnitude huger than before. The adventure continues with Skud Derringer (Mike Bachmann)…
 
Star Trek's first major format departure began with Deep Space Nine where the action was confined to a space station rather than a ship zooming through space. The series began with 'Emissary', a two-parter that introduced us to the cast and the wormhole near the station. We recap that pilot episode and give you our Strange New Takes. Get bonus cont…
 
In a first for the show, Colin is joined by not one, but two voyagers, in the shape of the brilliant double act Short & Curly. Will two heads be better than one? Or will it just become a double snack for the Gorillas? Only time will tell. Follow the show on Twitter and Instagram (@pageturnershow) and send your emails to voyageofthepageturner@gmail.…
 
Badiucao is one of China's most famous dissident cartoonists. His art is political and provocative - from poking fun at powerful Chinese figures like President Xi Jinping, to capturing the final days of Nobel Laureate Liu Xiaobo. For years, Badiucao operated in secrecy: he moved into exile in Australia, and wore a mask at public events to conceal h…
 
Blair Socci. Comedian. Actress. Writer. Scientist. Totally spur of the moment, out of nowhere, random as all hell, Caleb and Shelby ask Blair what she'd put on her Golden Record. And what Blair creates is a work of art. It's a record that will teach the aliens of how adorable humanity can be, and also of an unparalleled, Grammy Award-winning altern…
 
How “wily” coyotes have managed to find success in the city like no other predator; The asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs might have created the rainforests; Scientists create the simplest cell with only the bare essentials for it to live and reproduce; Elephant seals buoyantly navigate ‘lightscape of fear’ in long sea migrations; Climate chang…
 
It’s the shocking sequel to season 4’s “Demon” that absolutely no one demanded! The crew of Voyager discovers that they are actually the gooey clone crew of gooey clone Voyager, and their advanced gooey clone warp drive is slowly melting them at the molecular level! Will the crew choose hard reality over assumed identity in time to find safe harbor…
 
This past week, Star Trek fans celebrated First Contact Day and Star Trek did not disappoint. We were treated to great panels, surprise teaser trailers, and a big announcement and, this week, we'll talk about it all! Joining us to break down all the day's events is TrekNews.net contributor, Kyle Hadyniak. How did we feel about the new Discovery tea…
 
It's time for the next instalment of the Coffee Break French Travel Diaries Season 2! University friends Charlotte, Théo and Lucas make the most of their time in the Loire Valley with a visit to the impressive Château de Chambord and Château de Villandry before a bike ride along the Loire River - the longest river in France! Join teachers Mark and …
 
In episode nine of Outlook's Secrets and Lies series we bring you two extraordinary stories of family secrets unravelled. Growing up in California, Rachel Mason and her brother Josh didn't know exactly what was sold in their unassuming and straight-laced parents' bookstore. They had no idea the shop was actually one of the biggest distributors of a…
 
In 2006, a four-disc extended edition of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe was released… and then disappeared. In this episode, Glumpuddle, Rilian, and Gymfan dust off their DVDs and reevaluate the longer cut. Post-Show Chatter: Podcasters discuss The Lord of the Rings extended editions. The post Should the Narnia Exten…
 
With more people getting vaccinated in the US and other countries slowly reopening, there is hope for summer travels! In this episode, Chris and I dig into where to travel this summer including both in the US and abroad. So whether you are searching for a beach vacation or you want to get adventurous, these are the top 10 places you’ll want to visi…
 
Our smartphones are sharing data every four and a half minutes according to research from Trinity College Dublin. Telemetry, automated recording and transmission of data, from Apple and Android devices back to these company’s servers is going on even if the phone is only used to make calls. Professor Douglas Leith is on the programme and explains t…
 
In this episode we're reaching into the archive and retrieving stories of secrets and lies from the world of art. Over many years Shaun Greenhalgh created art forgeries in his garden shed in the English town of Bolton. He fooled the art world into thinking his paintings and sculptures were lost masterpieces by the likes of Leonardo da Vinci, Gaugui…
 
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