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Best Bill By Force podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Bill By Force podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Outside The Cinema is a weekly podcast that focuses on to cult movies of all kinds. We feature films running the gamut from Horror to Exploitation to Noir and Matial Arts and back. You know that random video you got on VHS from some random mom and pop video store when you were 12? Yeah, we covered it. So sit back and enjoy the OTC ride.
 
Long-running, award-winning STAR WARS program hosted by podcasting veterans Jason Swank and Jimmy Mac, Rebel Force Radio provides STAR WARS information and entertainment. From the Classic Trilogy to the Prequels... From THE FORCE AWAKENS to ROGUE ONE to SOLO...Rebel Force Radio puts you on the front lines of fandom. Plus, plenty of CLONE WARS and REBELS too! Featuring celebrity guests, news, opinions, comedy, reviews, contests, and more.
 
Planetary Radio brings you the human adventure across our solar system and beyond. We visit each week with the scientists, engineers, leaders, advocates and astronauts who are taking us across the final frontier. Regular features raise your space IQ while they put a smile on your face. Join host Mat Kaplan and Planetary Society colleagues including Bill Nye the Science Guy, Bruce Betts, and Emily Lakdawalla as they dive deep into the latest space news. The monthly Space Policy Edition takes ...
 
Founders helps you learn from entrepreneurs that came before you. For every episode, I read a biography of an entrepreneur and pull out ideas you can use in your work. You won't find any ads, intro music, or interviews. Just a stream of ideas from history’s smartest entrepreneurs. Founders has been called "a treasure trove for entrepreneurs", "a kale smoothie for your brain", and "pound for pound the most insightful media out there."
 
CNN's chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this hourlong weekday afternoon program, which mixes Tapper's interests with headlines from around the country and the world, headlines that span politics, money, sports and popular culture. "The Lead" also concentrates on bringing stories that aren't found on front pages -- buried leads -- to the forefront.
 
Two business owners and former touring musicians bring you a unique take on news, politics, and how to pursue a meaningful life. “Nate and Charlie explain politics and economics in a digestible fashion, and they’re also funny as h___!” We don’t just complain about the world’s problems, we offer real solutions that are easy to understand, and even easier to implement. New episodes every single day of the week! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningliberty/support
 
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Today's Research Saturday features our conversation with Robert Heaton, a software engineer with Stripe who penned a blog post about his disappointing discovery involving his Wacom tablet tracking his applications. The post struck a nerve and has since been widely distributed. The research can be found here: Wacom drawing tablets track the name of …
 
Tseung Kwan O residents have restored a makeshift shrine for the university student who died after falling from a car park there in November, when a police operation against anti-government protesters was taking place nearby. Police officers had dismantled the shrine late last night. People have been leaving memos, flyers, paper cranes and flowers …
 
The Financial Secretary Paul Chan on Saturday backed the administration's decision to have the Chief Executive Carrie Lam, and her cabinet, donate one month's salary to the Community Chest, instead of taking a salary cut, like Singapore. Chan said the government wanted to show solidarity with Hong Kongers, who were suffering from a slowing economy …
 
The Education Secretary Kevin Yeung on Saturday said a high priority would be given to students who need to take their Diploma of Secondary Education exams, when the government evacuates Hong Kong residents still stranded in Hubei. He said at least three students were still trapped at the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak and authorities would …
 
Today we had the guys from Lions of Liberty on the show to talk shop help us with the many technical difficulties associated with doing recorded interviews. We've been listening to them for years, so it was an honor to get them on the show! If you haven't listened before, go check out their podcast, website, patreon, social media, and anything else…
 
Global markets lose trillions in value over past week; Fed char: coronavirus poses "evolving risk" to economic activity; WHO: coronavirus spread & impact risk are "very high"; World Health officials warn of "pandemic potential"; CDC: hope to have every state & local health dept. testing for coronavirus by the end of next week; Up to 100 health work…
 
The global economic impact of the new coronavirus is already evident here in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. Bob Whelan, senior economist with ECONorthwest, says that while the situation is not entirely predictable, it’s likely to further slow down the local economy. The loss of Chinese, Japanese and European tourists would hit Oregon particularl…
 
South Carolina prepares for tomorrow’s primary, confident that it will be able to conduct the vote securely and without disruption. An evolved version of the Cerberus Trojan has been spotted. Bots are making fraudulent appeals for brushfire aid to the Australian Red Cross. The FCC is preparing to fine four major wireless carriers for mishandling us…
 
In recent months, Claire Labrosa, a special education teacher in the district has taken on a new role: organizer. Labrosa is a member of the steering committee of Rochester Organization of Rank & File Educators , also known as RORE. It's a group of city school teachers, paraprofessionals, and other staffers who say they can’t wait and react to what…
 
In honor of Black History Month, we are taking a look into the career highlights of African American artists and their contribution to the world of jazz and blues Charles Mingus is perhaps the jazz world’s most famous bass-playing composer. There are three repertory bands playing his music on a regular basis, and those compositions are still provok…
 
People in Western Washington have enjoyed plenty of mild, warm days and sunshine lately — typical weather for late winter and early spring. Suddenly, we’re shedding layers and searching for our sunglasses. But in Eastern Washington and Oregon, early spring marks the onset of what can be a terrifying phenomenon: Northwest dust storms that dramatical…
 
Weekend Connections is a collection of some of the most noteworthy moments from the week on Connections with Evan Dawson. This episode includes conversations about: The gift of anger, with Arun Gandhi; The Harvey Weinstein verdict and what it means for the #MeToo movement; Intersectionality; Are radio waves coming from deep space being sent by alie…
 
We sit down with Patricia Wright, a woman sometimes described as the Jane Goodall of lemurs. Wright’s work in Madagascar has led to a massive change in public understanding, conservation, and preservation. She’s had a long partnership with the Seneca Park Zoo, and this week she’s back in Rochester. We discuss how much has changed since the 1980s, a…
 
There’s been a rise in Americans who identify as atheist – or non-religious. But there’s also a rise in non-denominational Christians – many in their 20s and 30s. If you’re building a music playlist, you can now find curated lists under the title “Hipster Coffee Christians.” So what does that mean? What does it mean for denominational Christianity?…
 
Crystal Peoples-Stokes, the first African American woman to serve as Assembly majority leader, is the prime sponsor in her house of a bill to legalize adult recreational use of marijuana in New York. In an interview for public radio and television with WXXI's Karen DeWitt, the Buffalo Democrat said the decades-long prohibition of cannabis had a det…
 
Stephanie Anne Johnson and The Hidogs stopped by KNKX studios and performed four songs from their new album, Take This Love . A Tacoma native, Johnson came to national attention as a finalist on NBC’s "The Voice" in 2013, and has developed a unique singing and songwriting style that draws on blues, soul and country.…
 
Hong Kong health officials announced on Friday that cats, dogs and other mammals belonging to coronavirus patients will be put into quarantine for 14 days from now on, after a dog in the territory tested "weak positive" for the virus. That dog, and another from North Point, were already in isolation, the Centre For Health Protection said at its dai…
 
The police on Friday explained why they are looking to boost their manpower by more than 2,500 officers in the coming financial year, saying the new recruits are needed for "anti-riot" operations "in the near future". In a video posted on the force's Facebook page, superintendent Lau Siu-pong says the new officers will be spread among the police's …
 
Pro-Beijing lawmaker Priscilla Leung says she is going to report the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) to the Ombudsman for dismissing her concerns about police officers being abused in relation to the coronavirus outbreak. On Tuesday, the legislator said police officers in quarantine over Covid-19 fears had been attacked online and she had been…
 
The government revealed on Friday that people are now being quarantined at some 15,000 addresses across the city, as it sought to explain why an official list for the public is not yet available. Health Secretary Sophia Chan said at a news conference that the authorities are "very busy" at the moment, but they are in the process of compiling such a…
 
Media tycoon Jimmy Lai and veteran pro-democracy figures Lee Cheuk-yan and Yeung Sum were charged with unlawful assembly on Friday, over an anti-government protest on August 31 last year. The Apple Daily founder was also charged with intimidation over an alleged incident on June 4, 2017, with the case believed to involve a journalist from a rival p…
 
About a dozen people staged a protest outside RTHK's Broadcasting House on Friday morning, calling for heads to roll over a satirical programme that had caused outrage among the police force and its supporters. The television programme, Headliner, has been under fire for joking in its February 14 episode that officers were hoarding protective gear …
 
Legco's Finance Committee on Friday approved annual pay rises for civil servants, after more than 20 hours of meeting time on the issue going back to December, amid demands from the pan-dems for police officers to be excluded. The pay rises, which will be backdated to April last year, were first delayed by the storming of Legco by protesters on Jul…
 
The Secretary for Health, Sophia Chan, said on Friday that there is no evidence yet to show dogs can transmit the new coronavirus to humans or other animals, after the pet dog belonging to a woman with the Covid-19 virus tested "weak positive". The Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department has put the dog in quarantine. Chan said tests wou…
 
When you arrive on an international flight at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, you end up at the S-gates and are shepherded into customs – a windowless area in this nearly 50-year-old building, under low ceilings and fluorescent lights. A $968 million renovation will add a new International Arrivals Facility to the airport, which sees 51.8 mil…
 
Lance Lyttle’s office offers a view across most of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. He’s the managing director for the aviation division for the Port of Seattle. In short, he manages the airport. And from his corner windows you can see planes taking off and landing, and taxiing around the airfield. But these jets are tiny in comparison to a ne…
 
Financial Secretary Paul Chan has appealed to Hong Kong people to spend the HK$10,000 handout, announced in his budget, in the local economy. Speaking on RTHK's special budget phone-in programme, he admitted there was no guarantee that recipients would use the money locally. But he believed cash, rather than spending vouchers, could better meet the…
 
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