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Mystery. Manipulation. Murder. Cults are associated with all of these. But what really goes on inside a cult? More specifically, what goes on inside the minds of people who join cults and leaders who start them? Every Tuesday, Greg and Vanessa (co-hosts of the podcast Serial Killers) explore the history and psychology behind the most notorious cults. Cults is part of the Parcast Network and is a Cutler Media production.
 
The unseen creature whose ravenous fangs dog your every step as your footfalls echo down the midnight alleyway. — A long, icy shadow looming over you, making the hairs on your neck rise and your breath turn to ragged puffs of mist. — Unearthly howls that pierce the night, pulling you from the comfort of sleep with feverish, heart-pounding dread. — Welcome to Tales to Terrify, a weekly horror fiction podcast that gets under your skin, lays eggs and hatches writhing baby horrors nursed on your ...
 
Ian Boldsworth hits FUBAR Radio with a 2 hour weekly show on Mondays 4pm-6pm. With a string of exclusive, uncensored guest appearances, Ian takes live talk radio to a whole new level. Previous guests have included Stephen K Amos, Francis Rossi, Phill Jupitus, Romesh Ranganathan, Helen Lederer, Nick Helm, Douglas Booth, Johnny Vegas, Bob Saget, Jamali Maddix, Rob Schneider, and Arron Crascall, expect the unexpected as Ian makes radio that's worth talking about.
 
The podcast that reminds us that we are human first before anything else. On this show we have the conversations you're having about race, religion, and culture. We share stories and experiences that bring to light the humanity behind the ideologies, politics, and beliefs that we have about the world. Let's talk about justice, faith, and culture together!
 
Christine Dzidrums has written biographies on many inspiring personalities: Clayton Kershaw, Mike Trout, Yuna Kim, Shawn Johnson, Nastia Liukin, The Fierce Five, Gabby Douglas, Sutton Foster, Kelly Clarkson, Idina Menzel and Missy Franklin. Christine’s first Young Adult novel, Cutters Don’t Cry, won a Moonbeam Children’s Book Award. Her follow-up to Cutters, Kaylee: The "What If?" Game, won a gold medal at the Children's Literary Classic Awards. She also wrote the tween book Fair Youth and t ...
 
The Americhicks airs on KLZ 560 AM every Monday thru Friday, 6-7 AM MST. You can listen to the live stream by going to www.560thesource.com On Sundays The Americhicks World War II Project airs on KEZW 1430 1 PM. You can listen to the live stream by going to www.ez1430.radio.com Visit us at www.americhicks.com To have someone contact you about advertising on the radio program, the podcast, or the Americhicks website visit:www.americhicks.com/contact and fill out the form. Or, of course, email ...
 
Peace and Love Tribe! Welcome to Gem Talks Podcast! Where we like to keep things short and sweet: Mindfulness podcast to heal, connect, and empower. T’Keyah is striving to become her best self. You should as well so join the tribe. “A healthy you creates healthy lifestyle and healthy relationships.” ~T’Keyah Bennett If you would like to submit a question, topics to discuss, or would love to collaborate, send your ideas to: melaninheadwraps@yahoo.com I’m excited to work together collectively!
 
The Ontario SPCA Animals' Voice Pawdcast features the latest hot topics in the Animal Welfare industry from a variety of knowledgeable and friendly guests. Some past guests include Dave Salmoni from Animal Planet, Tanya Kim, John Douglas - Former FBI Profiler, and Mieshelle Nagelschneider - The Cat Whisperer. About the Ontario SPCA: Through its province-wide network of 50 plus Communities, the Ontario SPCA is one of the largest, most responsive animal welfare organizations in the country, pr ...
 
Interviews, reviews, features and news you can use from the Travel Writers Radio Show, produced by PALAT - the Professional Association of Lifestyle and Travel Writers - our international network of food, lifestyle and travel journalists and broadcasters. Now heard live every Wednesday from 5 pm t0 7 pm (AEST) and Saturdays 10am to noon, on Melbourne's J-AIR 87.8 FM; on the Net at www.j-air.com; and on SoundCloud. Email us: info@travelwritersradio.com
 
Join Jonny McGovern, Justin Martindale, Shawn Pelofsky, and Matthew Nouriel every week, live and on demand, for review and conversation about each new episode of RHOBH. Tweet in questions or comments to the hosts all week using the hashtag #RHOBHAS Don't forget to follow us on Twitter @theStreamtv and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills After Show hosts: Jonny McGovern - @gaypimp Justin Martindale - @justmartindale Shawn Pelofsky - @shawnpelofsky Matthew Nouriel - @matthewnouriel Stay conne ...
 
A podcast co-hosted by practicing psychotherapists Bob Gordon (an adjunct professor with specialties in relationship coaching, career coaching and process addictions) and Lena Derhally (an anxiety, grief and relationship expert, motivational speaker, writer and antiwar activist). This podcast explores all topics related to wellness and psychology, with a relational emphasis.
 
In an America as big as ours, there's definitely no shortage of problems. And like any mess, the hard fact is that somebody's going to have to clean things up. But we can't always look to Mom and Dad to take care of things for us. Eventually, things will have to be left to the next generation. A generation that's hopefully been prepared for everything that's coming their way. But it's not all down to intellect. You need street smarts- soft skills, and those aren't always taught at your child ...
 
Breaking Down Parenting: A ParentNormal Podcast is a show that’s for imperfect parents by imperfect parents. Hosted by humorist and imperfect parent of three Chris Cate, every episode breaks down a topic that causes parents to break down, such as putting kids to bed, potty training, the terrible twos, homework, family communication, clothing, discipline, cleaning up, cooking for kids, etc. The mission of the show is to help parents laugh when they want to cry. By the end of each topic breakd ...
 
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Graeme Kemlo has been speaking to Victoria’s regional tourism organisations about the impact on them of the Coronavirus. And in particular he talked to Yarra Valley and Mornington Peninsula, both largely semi-rural areas that adjoin greater Melbourne to the north east and the south east – both have been locked down the same as Melbourne for more th…
 
Carolyne Jasinski is up for a chat, whether in the middle of the outback, the Maree main street, or around the campfire. Continuing her reporting from outback South Australia this week she sits around a campfire for a Q&A session at Wilporinna station with hosts Gordon and Lynn Litchfield and Rotarian Doug Layng is asking some questions about chang…
 
Whether it was just good timing or a post-COVID response to passenger demand for slow travel and small ships, the world’s newest cruise line, Tradewind Voyages, will launch next May the largest square-rigged sailing ship in the world, Golden Horizon, accommodating just 272 guests. Our reporter Ian Jarrett speaks with Craig Bowen MD of small ship cr…
 
George Mavrothalassitis was born in Provence, trained in classical French cooking then in 1985 moved to mainland USA. In 1988 he flew to Honolulu and was told to enjoy the airplane food because he would not enjoy Her had just been hired as Executive chef for whet he says was the best hotel in Hawaii, The Halekulani. There was nothing wrong with the…
 
Bridgett Leslie speaks to Sanjay Thakute, who holds a Guinness World Record for establishing the highest elevation restaurant in the world. He was born in the Himalayas and decided on the pop-up restaurant as a way of bringing global attention to the food and culture of his birthplace.By Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
Here's what is coming up tonight on Travel Writers Radio which airs weekly on Melbourne's J_AIR 88FM. The show is produced and presented by the members of PALAT, the Professional Association of Lifestyle and Travel Writers. Contact us: info@travelwritersradio.comBy Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
Another jammed pack week as we review fire releases from Verivery, Weeekly, NCT U, LOONA, and SEVENTEEN! For news we cover Twice's Jeongyeon sitting out their "Eyes Wide Open" promotions and a ton of announced boy group debuts. Lastly Cousin Harold stops by and the Crew discusses the importance of pre-debut work for new groups entering the world of…
 
In this episode, Corey talks with Jer Swigart of Global Immersion. Jer follows his faith tradition into harm's way for the oppressed and the marginalized, and in this episode, we hear him share his story and why he has chosen to walk that road. Contend with our guest: Org: Global Immersion Book: Mending the DividesPodcast: Everyday Peacemaking Podc…
 
Parcast Network is spinning a web of new shows and special programming to celebrate our favorite season. Follow us into the darkest depths of history, mystery, and the human mind — starting with this episode of Crime Countdown! Hosts Ash and Alaina are ranking the top 10 haunted crime scenes, including an Irish castle with a deadly trap door and th…
 
When times are tumultuous, wouldn’t it be something to be able to turn to two of the brightest minds ever for some much needed wisdom? Author Douglas Abrams actually got to do that. He sat down right between Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and his holiness, the Dalai Lama, and moderated a conversation that generated so many eye-opening lessons, he even wr…
 
Welcome to Episode 455. This week we travel to Qu’Appelle Valley, Saskatchewan for a romantic, moonlit canoe trip. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about a different kind of town fair and the thrill of discovering a new sense. Coming Up Good Evening: Submissions, Thank-yous, Haunting at Home: 00:01:06 Dark Travels: Qu’Appelle Valley, Saskatc…
 
Oh you are in for a treat! This is a masterclass in cool-headed political judgement. Gisela's story is impressive enough anyway - coming to the UK from Germany, winning an unwinnable seat and holding it for 20 years and now sitting in the House of Lords - but it's the way she tells that story which will have you engrossed. You've probably never hea…
 
Carolyne Jasinski has just been on the Corolla Capers a charity bush bash for owners of the little four cylinder cars not normally seen in off-road situations. But our reporter went along for a good cause and a good yarn to some of the outback folks in the north of South Australia where you measure your land holding in square kilometres not acres a…
 
Australia’s little penguins have become international superstars with millions of viewers tuning in nightly on YouTube and Facebook to watch the pint-sized birds emerge from the ocean at sunset and scurry home to burrows on Phillip Island, off the coast of Victoria. Phillip Island Nature Parks Roland Pick told reporter Veronica Matheson how the pen…
 
Kangaroo Island suffered terribly from the summer bushfires losing 90 homes and farms, thousands of koalas and other native animals as fire scorched one third of the island. Then the tourism industry took another hit as rebuilding infrastructure was halted by the pandemic that also saw many staff leave the island for jobs on the mainland. But the l…
 
Adam d'Sylva is best known as executive chef and co-owner of Coda and Tonka restaurants in the heart of Melbourne, and he's known as a food judge, too. He talks to Rita Erlich about judging a home cooks in lockdown competition for the food retailer Toscanos, and about breakfast, and about pivoting in lockdown.…
 
In the second part of his interview with Douglas Ward author of the “bible” of cruising, his Berlitz Guide to Cruising and Cruise Ships, Graeme Kemlo asks Douglas about his decision not to publish this year - the first time in 34 years there will be no guidebook. He also asks Douglas about about the future of cruising goven the pandemic's second wa…
 
India is in the news lately for its rising COVID infection rate – almost the same total infections as USA, however it has only half the US deaths and that has been commented upon widely. Is food something to do with it? Vision Rescue was founded in 2004 in response to the needs of Mumbai’s street children. Vision Rescue’s Biju Thampy tells Bridgett…
 
Here's what is coming up on Travel Writers Radio this week of October 14, 2020. The show is produced and presented by members of PALAT, the Professionalssociation of Lifestyle and Travel Writers. To get in contact email: info@travelwritersradio.comBy Travel Writers Radio podcast produced by the Professional Associatioon of Lifestyle and TravelWriters (PALAT)
 
This week begins the madness that is Kpop in October as we cover songs from WJSN Chocome, Golden Child, Weki Meki, Pentagon, and the first of many from NCT! For news we discuss the most prolific idol producers and the amazing monetary success BTS is having through online concerts. Lastly, Cousin drops by and the crew discusses their favorite sleepe…
 
This is a conversation with William Matthews, the filmmaker, singer, writer, and artist who was formerly on staff with Bethel in Redding, CA. Corey and William discuss evangelical's view of politics, God, faith, justice, and William's new short film "We Don't Give Up." Contend with our guest: On Twitter: @WilliamMatt22 Watch the short film here: ht…
 
Bruce Feiler is the creator of the NBC hit show “Council of Dads.” He shares how his own cancer challenge sparked the idea and what he’s learned about coping with the “lifequakes” we will inevitably face in our own lives. Plus, Arlinda McIntosh shares her American success story. Once upon a time, she was a newly divorced single mother, desperate to…
 
The definition of a grandee, Sir Malcolm reflects on his astounding political career. This is a corker, taking us inside the Thatcher and Major governments at the times of Poll Tax, Maastricht and the move towards peace in Northern Ireland. Sir Malcom is one of only a handful of ministers who served in the government for the entirety of the 79-97 C…
 
Welcome to Episode 454. This week we board a train in Medicine Hat, Alberta. For fiction, we have one tale for you about a wedding planner with some very… particular clients. Coming Up Good Evening: Haunting at Home and Submissions: 00:01:06 Dark Travels: Medicine Hat Phantom Train: 00:04:43 Shawn W. Foley’s Wedding of the Century as read by Alex F…
 
Danielle Clode an Adelaide-based academic and writer of natural history books, has been researching Jeanne Barret for some time and now believes she may be the first woman to have circumnavigated the world. But this was in the 1760s when very few women went on expeditions and in the French Navy it was forbidden for a sailor to take a woman on board…
 
Graeme Kemlo speaks with Douglas Ward author of the “bible” of cruising, his Berlitz Guide to Cruising and Cruise Ships. For the first year he is not publishing an edition for 2021 – the first time in 34 years it has not appeared as he explains the devastation wrought upon the industry by COVID-19, which in the case of the Ruby Princess was linked …
 
Graeme JKemlo talks with Rosie Douglas of Tourism Tropical North Queensland on the state of tourism in the region where the Rainforest meets the Great Barrier Reef, where the China market was its most lucrative visitor sector , but where new hotels continue to open. With some interstate borders open and the promise of the New Zealand travel bubble,…
 
People in Melbourne are still restricted. No more than 5km from home, and masks when out of doors. The statue in this inner suburban garden is an out-of-doors person, and so wears a mask. It is reassuring when people maintain their sense of humour. Check out our images at - www.soundcloud.com/travelwritersradio search for #Worth1000Words…
 
Bridgett Leslie loves food and loves interviewing chefs from almost anywhere. So she wanted to speak with renowned street food chef Hawker Chan in Singapore since he had a Michelin Star and served the cheapest Michelin-rated meals anywhere. However he operated from a blacked out kitchen behind locked doors, and he didn’t speak English, so she organ…
 
Tyson Stelzer is our resident wine expert and is a multi-awatd winning wine communicator of the year. Recently he received an honour in being asked to be the editor of James Halliday’s Wine Companion as well as continuing his role as a member of his tasting team. Graeme Kemlo speaks to Tyson about this new role as well as some options for purchasin…
 
Nutritionist Samantha Gowing is encouraging chefs to unite gastronomy and nutrition. She is a Le Cordon Bleu teacher, Clinical Nutritionist and Author who has worked for more than 20 years with hotels, resorts and health retreats all over the world on improving their health and wellbeing. Rita Erlich talked with Sam about food as medicine and the a…
 
Here's what is on Travel Writers Radio this week in food, wine and travel stories. These stories from around the corner and around the world are brought to you by the members of PALAT, the Professional Association of Lifestyle and Travel Writers. To get in touch email: info@travelwritersradio.comNote: We have a new FM frequency - to listen to our r…
 
The Album is finally here and with it BLACKPINK drop their title track Lovesick Girls!!! This week we also explore the debut of WEi and celebrate the 4th anniversary of SF9. For news we cover the accomplishments of BP and the SK Government's pledge to protect underage celebs and trainees. Lastly, Cousin Harold stops by and drops a take about Kpop's…
 
One of Labour's most talented and thoughtful politicians tells Matt about getting into trouble for playing football in the House of Commons and explains the politics behind the artwork displayed in Parliament. Alison also talks openly about her views on physical and mental health as well as sharing her theory on why Labour has never had a female le…
 
As Senate Republicans push to confirm President Trump's conservative Supreme Court nominee, how will that be received? Senior U.S. District Judge Robert Lasnik tells host Joni Balter politics should stay out of the process and we should avoid any temptation to load the court. He says, "...it is a bad idea, frankly, to tinker with the nine we have."…
 
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