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Best Western Weekender podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Western Weekender podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
Updated May 2020
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Join Gerard Whateley, Bob Murphy, Garry Lyon, Sandy Roberts, Peter Donegan, Billy Brownless, Stephen Quartermain, Kane Cornes, Liam Pickering, Robert Walls, Terry Wallace & the team each weekend for Australia’s most widely syndicated AFL broadcast.
Owensboro Christian Church is a Gospel-centered church in Western KY committed to redeeming lives, restoring relationships, and renewing communities through Jesus Christ. To learn more about our ministry or download notes from the weekend messages visit www.owensboro.cc.
A weekly weather outlook delivered with a bit of humor and love that also includes weather education segments and a sneak peek into the following weekend for western Massachusetts, southern Vermont, northern Connecticut, and Worcester County. We talk about snow storms, Nor’easters, severe summer weather and more for the 413 and beyond.
News from WCQS, Western North Carolina Public Radio
Newly minted presentations of some of the greatest radio programs of all time, featuring some of the biggest names of the era and fondly remembered today. Drama, comedy, mystery, and western adventure. Also featuring news of the day and sound of the newsmakers of the times.
Top regional news stories from member-supported North Country Public Radio, serving northern New York, western Vermont and the Canada border.
With stars Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford, and directed by Jon Faverau, Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart were roped in to seeing Cowboys & Aliens this past weekend. A mash-up of western and sci-fi based on a comic series, this seemed to be one of the few films this summer that was not building on an existing franchise, but starting one new and fresh. But did this film rustle up a good review? Ride 'em cowboy to nowplayingpodcast.com to find out!
The Sporting World never sleeps and RSN927 is there 24/7 to keep you up to date. Sports Overnight features broadcasts of the major international and all Western Australian racing, regular sports bulletins, live score updates, sports interviews and quality music. Andrew Kuuse and Riley Phelan are your Sports Overnight hosts.
Perhaps you're a lover of literature or just love book chat of any kind; perhaps you're an aspiring author or illustrator; or perhaps you're someone who hopes one day to work in publishing. If you fit any of these descriptions, this is one podcast you may want to subscribe to. In 2020 we'll be sharing our love of books and publishing throughout the year, starting with podcast episodes direct from The Business of Being a Writer at Perth Festival's Literature and Ideas Weekend. Our exciting ne ...
KIRO Nights covers the world, but knows that your world starts in Western Washington. The search for new ideas, technologies, and voices make for a refreshing and comprehensive wrap to the day’s news.
Western Life Radio is Utah’s premiere outdoor radio program, airing on 11 stations statewide.97.1 FM KCYN in Moab97.5 FM KZNS in SLC630 AM KTKK in SLC 700 AM KALL in SLC 750 AM KOAL in Price860 AM KKAT in SLC 960 AM KOVO in Provo1280 AM KZNS in SLC 1340 AM KTMP in Heber1370 AM KSOP in SLC1490 AM KCPX in Spanish ValleySegments cover a wide range of outdoor recreational opportunities including hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, Off Highway Vehicles, Boating, etc.
Welcome to Reality Check: Your home for insightful storytelling, analyses, and no holds barred debates with guests on topics including sports, politics, and much more. Host Alex Gould brings his high energy, deep thinking, and unique perspectives to the show weekly from WRUW-FM 91.1 at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.
A rotating cast of local hosts from the Locked On NHL Network guide you through the week in the National Hockey League with a collection of themed shows. Sarah Avampato gets started on Mondays by checking in with three of the network's local experts to chat about the biggest stories going on league-wide. Tuesday sees Mike DiStefano and Joe DiBiase take stock of the Eastern Conference, followed by a Western Conference check-in on Wednesdays with Avampato and Justin Morissette. Morissette take ...
New episode every Thursday during the season, this podcast is for all things related to NCHC hockey. The show, which is approximately 6-7 minutes long, recaps the previous weekend while previewing the upcoming one. It also includes interviews with coaches and players, as well as sound bites from the prior weekend's action. Recorded by Jim Rich of FOX TV in Minneapolis.
A weekly breakdown of the NBA. Recorded in Sydney, by your three hosts, Jake, Josh & Batey. We love basketball about as much a swagman loves his Akubra.
A podcast covering the south west of englands non league sides. latest news, game preview of leagues and clubs
Michael Felgate - Host, Racing Ahead. Michael is best-known for his award-winning career as a sports journalist for Channel 7 Melbourne. Many of Michael's accolades have come from the racing industry, recognising the passion for racing that he brings to his reports, especially during Melbourne's Spring Racing Carnival. Michael's work has seen him reporting on many more world class events, from the Olympic Games to the Australian Tennis Open. As a racing fan, and a punter, Michael will be fol ...
Sean Casey - Multiple Group 1 winner Vega Magic will head for a spell following his successful return to Western Australia on the weekend. Having not raced in WA since 2017, the seven-year-old showed tenacity to win the Roma Cup.By RSN - Racing Pulse
9PM - Stacy Jo Rost Hangs Out In Her New Segment // Stacy And The Guys Discuss Some Serious Racist Issues Tackled In A Viral Video This Weekend // KIRO Radio’s Meili Cady Stops By To Do What She Does Best, Make Us All A Bit Happier // The Guys Share What Is On Their MindsBy KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
8PM - Jim Brunner, A Reporter With The Seattle Times Calls Into The Show // Jim Talks With Mike And Aaron About The “Scattered Canary” Nigerian Fraud Ring // The Wealthiest Hospitals In The U.S. Have Received Billions In Bailout Money // The Wheel Of SegmentsBy KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
7PM - The Top Three Stories Of The Night // Health Experts Are Worried About Washington Children’s Lack Of Current Vaccinations // The U.S. Death Toll Has Surpassed 100,000, As Brazilian Deaths Are On The Rise // Testing Human Waste And Sewage May Be The Answer To A Lack Of Coronavirus Tests // Rachel Belle Stops In To Look At “Pandemic Proms” // B…
My Favorite Husband starring Lucille Ball, originally broadcast May 27, 1949, 71 years ago, Liz in the Hospital. George wakes up feeling sick, but it's Liz who winds up in the hospital for a tonsillectomy.By USA Radio
Fibber McGee and Molly, originally broadcast May 27, 1947, Shrimps McGee. Fibber's in the kitchen, cooking up his recipe for "Shrimps McGee." Also Vic n Sade, originally broadcast May 27, 1940, Miss Scott getting too chummy. Sade's next door neighbor, is getting too neighborly. Rush never does get to finish that story about Smelly Clark's Uncle Str…
Fort Laramie starring Raymond Burr, originally broadcast May 27, 1956, The Sergeants Baby. Stella Merchant is expecting her baby shortly. Captain Quince is left in charge of the garrison. He becomes a midwife with the help of Sergeant Gorce. Also Lum n Abner, originally broadcast May 27, 1935, Lum is missing.…
Victorian Form Preview - Sale 27th May 2020 with Deane LesterBy RSN - Racing Pulse
Mick Floyd previews the big night of greyhound racing at Sandown tomorrow, headed by the Group 1 RSN Sandown CupBy RSN - Racing Pulse
Jason Warren has a couple heading to Sale this arvo – Not A Zak in the first and Our Party Animal in race 2By RSN - Racing Pulse
Herald Sun journo Danny Russell, on whether racing might grace the back page of the Herald Sun if the Cox Plate and AFL Grand Final line up on the same weekendBy RSN - Racing Pulse
Queensland Racing Integrity Commissioner Ross Barnett responds to the integrity concerns raised by a section of Queensland trainers, including Rob Heathcote on RSN MondayBy RSN - Racing Pulse
Brisbane Racing Club Chairman, Neville Bell, with the latest on the broadcast rights deal in Queensland.By RSN - Racing Pulse
Rosemont Stud’s unreserved online sale, which provided the second big test of the new Magic Millions Online system after the Cornerstone reduction earlier this month, closed yesterday with vendor and operator both excited by the results. The Rosemont Exclusive Online Sale rounded out with a gross of over $2.5 million for the 93 lots, with an averag…
Andrew Nicholl Chief Executive Officer at Australian Trainers' Association discusses the proposed changes to the spring calendar & what impact it might have on trainersBy RSN - Racing Pulse
Moonee Valley boss Michael Browell joined Michael Felgate to discuss the proposed changes to the spring calendarBy RSN - Racing Pulse
In less than a month, voters in Western North Carolina decide the Republican nomination in the 11 th Congressional District. Outside of whether Lynda Bennett or Madison Cawthorn wins on June 23rd, how voters cast their ballots during a pandemic will be a major takeaway from the race - and a potential foreshadow of how prevalent mail-in voting will …
(May 26, 2020) Governor Andrew Cuomo says the families of public workers who died due to COVID-19 will receive death benefits from the government. Cuomo announced the effort at his daily briefing on Monday.By Emily Russell
(May 26, 2020) People across the North County yesterday honored the men and woman who gave their lives in military service to this country. They flew flags and left flowers at cemeteries and memorial parks.By David Sommerstein
(May 26, 2020)By Karen DeWitt
(May 26, 2020) School budget votes got delayed this spring due to the coronavirus pandemic. And no one knows yet what classes in the fall will look like, and whether they’ll even be held in schools. But schools still have to finalize their budgets before a June vote. And they have fingers crossed the state and federal government will step in to hel…
(May 26, 2020) Where to find the planets in the evening and morning skies. And we get an explanation of earthshine on the moon and apparent retrograde motion of the planets.By Aileen O'Donoghue
(May 26, 2020)By Doyle Dean
Victorian Form Preview - Hamilton 26th May 2020 with Warren HuntlyBy RSN - Racing Pulse
Mark Newnham - Dual Group 1 winner Shadow Hero has been sold to Hong Kong for upwards of $3 million to be trained by David Hayes next seasonBy RSN - Racing Pulse
UK trainer Jamie Osborne, racing’s music man, has been keeping his 40-odd thousand social media fans entertained during lockdown with song, dance and general frivolity, and he joined Michael Felgate with the reason behind the posts.By RSN - Racing Pulse
Danny O’Brien, Rupert Legh & Brae Sokolski joined Michael Felgate with their take on the proposed Caulfield Cup shiftBy RSN - Racing Pulse
Fred Allen, originally broadcast May 26, 1946, 74 Years Ago. King for A Day. Allen's Alley Question: "Do you have any trouble sleeping, and if you do, what are you doing about it?" Fred and guest Jack Benny are heard on Fred's new quiz show, "King For A Day." My favorite episode EVER!By USA Radio
The Great Gildersleeve, originally broadcast May 26, 1946, Gildy meets Leila Ransome. Lying in his hammock, Gildersleeve remembers the day he first met Leila. Also Lum n Abner, originally broadcast May 26, 1941, Reopening The Store.By USA Radio
Today, Patrick Williams (Around the A, NHL.com) joins host Sarah Avampato for part two of their discussion of all things AHL. Get the scoop on incoming President/CEO Scott Howson, hear about the teams that were making noise before the season ended, and get the latest updates on all of the team and affiliate changes in the league. Then, Danny Webste…
Jimmy Durante, originally broadcast May 26, 1948 with guest Victor Moore. Jimmy and guest Victor Moore take another of their musical political trips around the country. Also Chandu the Magician, originally broadcast May 26, 1933. A magic book takes Dorothy, Betty Lou and Bob into ancient Lemuria at the time the fabled city was sinking into the sea.…
Racing Minister Martin Pakula joined Racing Pulse to discuss the mooted shift of the Caulfield Cup Carnival to late November this yearBy RSN - Racing Pulse
MRC Chairman Peter Le Grand joined Racing pulse to discuss the mooted shift of the Caulfield Cup Carnival to late November this yearBy RSN - Racing Pulse
This month, universities said good-bye to graduating seniors in unusual ways. BPR takes us to UNC Asheville’s English graduation: On May 9, Professor Lori Horvitz, head of the English Department said goodbye to her students: “I have the pomp and circumstance theme music. Do you hear that?” The department graduation was held over Zoom. Each professo…
(May 25, 2020) Many businesses were allowed to reopen in Ontario last week as the province loosens restrictions in place since March to slow the spread of COVID-19. The province has recommended physical distancing measures as shoppers return.By Emma Jacobs
(May 25, 2020) A war memorial in Belgium includes metal poppies forged in the North Country a few years ago. The Adirondack Chapter of the New York State Designer Blacksmiths created fifty metal poppies that are part of a memorial in Ypres, Belgium to soldiers and civilians who died in World War One.…
(May 25, 2020) Memorial Day weekend is normally a time of awakening for the North Country's tourist towns. Mom and pop businesses open to waves of visitors. Second homes start to see the arrival of seasonal residents. But COVID-19 has meant much smaller crowds and far more restrictions and expenses. Brian Mann, now with NPR, reports from Lake Georg…
(May 25, 2020) At his daily briefing yesterday, Governor Cuomo said veterinarians can head back starting tomorrow. Campgrounds and RV parks can open today. And the state is allowing all professional sports teams to start training camps to get ready for a delayed season.By Monica Sandreczki
It has been an amazing two months of Love to Read Local Radio, and today’s episode is no different. We’ve brought together Madelaine Dickie (Red Can Origami), Helen Milroy (Backyard Birds) and Brenton E. McKenna (Ubby’s Underdogs Series) to discuss why they love to tell stories. Helen says she’s always loved storytelling and would write in transit …
The Story of Dr Kildare starring Lew Ayres and Lionel Barrymore, originally broadcast May 25, 1951, 69 years ago, Dr Gillespie’s New Office. Dr. Carew wants Dr. Gillespie to move into a new office. Is he serious?By USA Radio