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Best Bob Williamson podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Bob Williamson podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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When video collector Mark Cambria watches a mysterious VHS tape, he begins talking in his sleep in a language that doesn't exist. Mark and his girlfriend Tamra set out to investigate the tape's origin and find themselves caught up in a web of conspiracy, occult, and dread surrounding a legendary video store with a sinister purpose beyond imagining. Video Palace was created by Nick Braccia and Mike Monello, directed by Ben Rock, written by Ben Rock & Bob DeRosa and stars Chase Williamson and ...
 
Pandora's Box (1904) (Die Büchse der Pandora) is a play by the German dramatist Frank Wedekind. It forms the second part of his pairing of 'Lulu' plays (the first is Earth Spirit [1895]), both of which depict a society "riven by the demands of lust and greed". G. W. Pabst directed a silent film version (Pandora's Box), which was loosely based on the play, in 1929. Both plays together also formed the basis for the opera Lulu by Alban Berg in 1935 (premiered posthumously in 1937). In the origi ...
 
Can’t get enough of the NFL? Get Schooled with “The Professor” John Clayton. Each week, 710 ESPN Seattle’s human database dives deep into a particular subject in and around the National Football League. In-depth analysis. Player interviews. Stories from a Football Hall of Fame career. Further your football education with new episodes each Thursday.
 
Clym Yeobright returns home to Egdon Heath, a scattered collection of houses on the isolated Wessex moors, and is caught up in a "love pentagon" which includes: his cousin, Thomasin Yeobright; the shadowy inn-keeper, Damon Wildeve; the controversial and romantic Eustacia Vye; and the mysterious reddleman, Diggory Venn, whose skin is stained completely red from his work. This work has all the well-known marks of Thomas Hardy: the Wessex landscape, a choice of lovers, a wedding gone wrong, a p ...
 
Writer and occasional broadcaster Tim Worthington is joined by a series of guests for a bit of a chat about some of the things that they remember that nobody else ever seems to. From Coming On Strong by Broken English and The Order Of The McVitie's Hobnob, to whichever TV programme it was that ended with footage of dandelion seeds being blown away, we're here to try and help, and to confirm that no, nobody else remembers them either.
 
Probably the most famous allegory ever written of the Christian life, The Pilgrim's Progress follows the journey of Christian from his first encounter with the Evangelist, through his trials and doubts and as he meets various people who help and hinder him in his journey towards the Celestial City to meet his King. Part 2 follows the journey of Christian's wife and sons as they follow him along the same path past the Slough of Despond, the Castle Despair and Vanity Fair.This version was edit ...
 
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Matt Williamson is a former NFL scout for the Cleveland Browns, and currently produces content for Pro Football Network. Matt joins the Professor this week to discuss the PAC-12 and BIG Ten postponing their college football seasons, the ACC, SEC and BIG 12 planning on moving forward with their seasons, and how this unusual college football season w…
 
Seth and Dan convene following the postponement of the Big 10 and Pac-12 football seasons to ponder what’s next for sports in these conferences, including college basketball. Then, UCLA head coach Mick Cronin stops by to discuss his first reaction when he gets the call from the Pac-12 that there won’t be any sports until January 1, why he’s confide…
 
Often when we hear the word worship, we quickly narrow its definition to the music that happens during a church service. But even though he's a worship leader, George Williamson knows that it's so much more than that. It's a discipline. An attitude. A way of life. These are the lessons he hopes to instill as Director of Worship Ministries at Point …
 
Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with and , Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners. This week on the podcast Leah and Amber learn all about with FNTP Rosemary Fotheringham. Rosemary discusses how the Carnivore diet helped her with health issues and now she is giving back by helping others get the most out of their Carnivore diet. Rosemary ha…
 
The ultimate slashie joins us again on the podcast this week. Rapper / Actor / Comedy Writer and record label CEO, Adam Briggs.It’s been 18 months since he last spoke to the Advocate, and in that time he’s cut a new record and added Children’s Author to the resume. Briggs talks to Clancy about the rapidly changing landscape of Australian music, his…
 
Emily catches up with Bob Vylan's Bobby to chat beginnings, resistance, revolution, influence and the making of a band that doesn’t intend to be pigeonholed. The band's debut 'We Live Here' is Rough Trade Album of the Month for August.We also play Rough Trade Edit album highlights from Video Age, Max Richter, Song Sung and Fontaines D.C.Music playe…
 
Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery joins Seth and Dan to talk about coaching both of his sons this season, Luka Garza’s decision to forego the NBA Draft and return to college, how the pre-draft process was different this year, and the outlook for his team next season (8:15). Plus, the guys discuss winners and losers following the deadline to declare fo…
 
Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with and , Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners. Our guest today is one of the pioneers in the real food movement. He is an author of many amazing books including The Primal Blueprint, The Keto Diet Reset, Keto for Life, blogger at the hugely successful , as well as creator & founder of and . It was so grea…
 
With another successful NRL Indigenous Round taking place over the weekend, this episode’s guest tells the story of one of the other main cultural influences on Australian rugby league. Polynesia, via South Auckland. A migration wave that sees close to 1000 young kids moving to Australia from New Zealand each year. Patrick Skene is the author behin…
 
Looks Unfamiliar is a podcast in which writer and occasional broadcaster Tim Worthington talks to a guest about some of the things that they remember that nobody else ever seems to. Joining Tim this time is broadcaster and writer Bob Fischer, who’s scouring the Sunday newspaper magazines for any gossip about Ralph Halpern, 'Hunky Plasterer Terry', …
 
Back by popular demand!! Bruce Radcliff the VP of Strategic Sourcing at the Aurora Advocate Health system gives his thoughts, perspective and some thoughts on post Covid.Bruce is a wonderful guest as he opens up and shares what he sees our going to be all our challenges in healthcare and once again how to vendors should interact with providers as w…
 
Bob Glauber is a NFL columnist for Newsday Sports, and is the President of the Pro Football Writers of America. Bob joins The Professor this week to analyze the Jamal Adams trade, explains why he thinks its a win for both sides, and how the NFL will deal with all the opt-outs they have been seeing from players in the past couple of days.…
 
It can be awkward and difficult to broach the subject of drugs and alcohol with your kids or someone that might have a problem. Thankfully, Ray Lozano is here to help. Ray has been speaking about the dangers of substance abuse for over thirty years. His curiosity and passion for this education is rooted in his own story and family history. And not …
 
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast by discussing who’s had the best offseason between Michigan State, Baylor and Villanova. They also look at Florida, Auburn and Purdue’s offseason and talk about the transfer culture in college basketball. Later, the guys discuss the possibility of a bubble for college athletes, if they’d draft LaMel…
 
Each week I intend to publish a post that I published 20 years ago. As with today's re-post it is amazing to me how little things have changed including my perceptions of events so many years ago. You might not agree with me but you must admit I am consistent . . . https://www.wordsfortheday.com/index.php/2020/07/dont-believe-eveything-that-you-rea…
 
Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with and , Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners. This week on the podcast the Ladies are back together for a Co-Host catch up episode. They review the previous four podcasts. Which one did you enjoy the most? Haven’t heard them all yet? Then tune in to this episodes to hear the Host’s take on the episodes. …
 
Not many household names comes out of state politics, particularly in Queensland. It's just the Premier, and Jackie Trad. Farmers fear her, the Liberals fear her and people within her own party certainly do too. This week on the show, former Deputy Premier of Queensland Jackie Trad. Recently clear by the CCC, Jackie certainly showed she wasn't afra…
 
As I talk to friends of mine from around the country, I’ve discovered two mindsets which I consider dangerous concerning the Covid pandemic. One faction has thrown all caution to the wind stating that the virus is all a bunch of poppycock and media hype. They go where they want to go and never wear masks and defiantly brag about it . . . https://ww…
 
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast by stating the obvious: They don’t know anything about when, how or if college basketball will be played. Then the guys run through players that are still deciding whether they’ll stay in the NBA Draft or return to college, what Michigan State will look like next year if Xavier Tillman leaves and th…
 
Dan Graziano is an NFL insider for ESPN, while also making appearances on ESPN shows Get Up!, NFL Live, and NFL Countdown. Dan joins The Professor this week to discuss how the NFL plans to move along with the 2020 season safely, how the salary cap will be impacted thanks to the pandemic, and more.By KIRO Seattle
 
I had a guy come out and service my air conditioning units yesterday. And when I was paying his invoice, he began a rant about the state of the country. He said he is thru with watching the news. He said that he got so angry the last time he watched the news he almost threw his cell phone at his television set. Seeing anarchists running around dest…
 
Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with and , Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners. This week on Low Carb Conversations Podcast Leah and Holly Jean chat with Scientist, Professor and PhD in Bioenergetics, . Dr. Ben is a wealth of knowledge on the topic of Insulin Resistance – could it be the underlying cause of many modern diseases? Ben tell…
 
They’ve performed in some of the biggest venues and stadiums around the world, and are arguably the biggest band in Australia right now. Guitar maestro Johnny Took from the DMA’s joins The Betoota Advocate editors this week to talk about the new album, and what it feels like to lose a world tour to this Gotdam virus. However, they haven’t let a pan…
 
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