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America’s College Football Podcast since 2008. Ty Hildenbrandt and Dan Rubenstein help you navigate the college football season with weekly recaps every Monday, previews every Wednesday, and everything else you need to know on Fridays. Listen along with thousands of Verballers around the globe, as Ty and Dan put their unique spin and sound on college football.
 
The unofficial podcast for fans of Northampton Town Football Club. Providing the fans point of view on all things Cobblers. From the latest results on the pitch to new signings, opinions on the latest news and interviews with former Cobblers players and managers, It's All Cobblers To Me is your one stop shop for fans of League 2 Northampton Town. FSA Club Podcast of the Year 2021
 
The monthly podcast, from ALF Insight, that brings together big names from the world of advertising, marketing and media to dissect and debate success, ingenuity and the future opportunities for the industries. Hosted by Vice Chairman of Ogilvy UK, Rory Sutherland.Produced by Ultimate Sound & Vision. With Meeting Owl. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
When it comes to Sports talk in the morning, especially Bills and Sabres, there is only once source in Buffalo...Howard and Jeremy! Weekdays 6am-10am. There is no other morning show in Western New York that offers you the chance to sound off on your teams the morning after the game like Howard and Jeremy, who break it all down and give you exclusive access to the Bills and Sabres with a star studded weekly lineup of guests. Howard and Jeremy On-Deamnd Audio is presented by Northwest. Where p ...
 
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Mike Florio, ProFootballTalk

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A look back at the day that was in the NFL. Mike Florio will also include conversations with top names and newsmakers in Pro Football. Mike is highly regarded in the world of the NFL with his wildly popular website, ProFootbalTalk.com, his morning radio show on NBC Sports Radio and his role on the #1 rated “Football Night in America” Sunday nights on NBC. The PFT PM Podcast lets Florio update his fans on breaking news and story lines that take place during the day and prepare listeners for w ...
 
The Luxury Podcast is an interview series where we explore the finer things in life. We sit down with leading figures in the world of luxury - chefs with Michelin-star pedigrees, renowned architects, world-class jewellers and real estate superstars - to discover what it is that makes them so good at what they do. The podcast is a sub-brand of LuxuryProperty.com, a leading boutique brokerage that markets the world's finest homes.
 
Listen to the award winning Second Captains free to air podcasts featuring The Second Captains Podcast and Second Captains Football. Join The Second Captains World Service and get access to our daily shows and much more. Become a Second Captains member at secondcaptains.com. - iTunes Podcast of the Year - iTunes Essentials Top 10 Podcasts of All-Time - The Guardian's 50 Podcasts You Need To Hear - Ireland's Most-Downloaded Podcast
 
Titletown Sound is a podcast focused on the thirteen time National Football League Champion Green Bay Packers. The show is by fans for fans. Your hosts, Chris Kristofco, James Korsmo and Kevin Kristofco discuss all the latest news and opinions regarding the Packers and they do it with a sense of humor. Listeners are encouraged to get involved by submitting questions via twitter, or by calling the show voicemail. We are passionate about the Packers but we never take ourselves too seriously. I ...
 
Dene and Nick Vespe are biological brothers and forever fans who passionately discuss the Los Angeles Rams. The show is packed with game highlights, celebrity guests, impactful stats, media reactions, player sound bites, and much more. We make our way around the league, too. If you're not a fan of the Rams, that's okay. There's something for everyone in #RBTP.
 
It’s a tough decision to move your life overseas. You miss your family, friends and, most importantly, your football club. Each week, we discuss what it’s really like to follow your beloved football team from abroad. With a mixture of topical news, uninformed opinions, and interviews with fellow expat fans, hosts Ben and Rob take you through the trials and tribulations of waking up at 4am to watch the game, surviving on 3 minute highlights and not knowing who half of the *insert name* team a ...
 
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NYCFC Forever Podcast

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NYCFC Forever Podcast

Jonathan Sanchez, Dave Moncion , Irving Bedoya , Yousef Ricart

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YEEEERRRRRR!!!! WHAT'S GOOD N-Y-C! Dave, Jonathan, Irving, and Yousef bring you their take on everything NYCFC! With a unique, local sound and fan perspective, not found anywhere else, NYCFC Forever Pod puts you in the stands for every NYCFC moment. This podcast is for fans by fans, for those that KNOW THE VYBEZ! Hope you enjoy!
 
The goal of SlicesOfAmerica.com is to showcase traditional, digital, and lo-tech photography by amateur, hobbyist, and professional photographers. The photos must be based upon any person, place, or thing in the United States. The SlicesOfAmerica.com podcast strives to capture moments, like the camera, but in audio form. Like the images, these sound bytes are also Slices of America.
 
Matt Dery brings you a daily podcast on your Detroit Lions and the NFL, Locked On Lions. The show is highlighted by Dery's connections and expertise. In addition, Matt brings you opinions, breaking news, audio from the coaches and players and special guests each and every day. Locked On Lions is part of the Locked On Podcast Network. #lions #nfl #detroit
 
Cities and Memory remixes the world, one sound at a time - a global collaboration between artists and sound recordists all over the world. The project presents an amazingly-diverse array of field recordings from all over the world, but also reimagined, recomposed versions of those recordings as we go on a mission to remix the world. What you'll hear in the podcast are our latest sounds - either a field recording from somewhere in the world, or a remixed new composition based solely on those ...
 
Florida Gators podcast with thoughts and analysis from host/creator David Waters and Will Miles from ReadandReaction.com Featured at news4jax.com/gatorsbreakdown with weekly appearances on The Bill King Show. Twitter: @GatorsBreakdown Host/Creator: David Waters - Twitter @GatorDave_SEC Co-Host: Will Miles - Twitter @WillMilesSEC
 
Unafraid of the big moment… unafraid to take the big shot… and unafraid to ask the big questions. A 7-time NBA champion, Robert Horry performed his best when the stakes were the highest. Now he’s taking a look into greatness from all walks of life, from athletes and celebrities to the families in our neighborhoods. Learning who superstars are behind their celebrity from all cross sections of sports and culture. And find out who inspires greatness amongst their family and community.
 
The Install with Greg Cosell - hosted by veteran NFL analyst Greg Cosell, Senior Producer for NFL Films and Executive Producer of NFL Matchup. Greg sits down every Wednesday with 104.5 The Zone’s Midday Host Buck Reising on the 104.5 The Zone Podcast Network. “The Install with Greg Cosell” brings a different approach and sound to how Cosell covers film, as Cosell and Reising go through NFL film that Cosell has watched, through a Tennessee Titans lens. They will also cover the rest of the NFL ...
 
The Brian Kelly Show is a weekly in-season look at Notre Dame Football starring Head Coach Brian Kelly and hosted by Fighting Irish Media's Jack Nolan. A video version of the show is broadcast live on Football week Thursdays on http://UND.com and the audio is broadcast live on local radio. An ad-free version of the radio broadcast is available in this feed on Friday mornings during the season. Notre Dame podcasts are presented by Resonado, the official sound partner of Notre Dame Athletics. ...
 
The Bootch and Pat Show with Bob is a Tuesday night sports radio mixture of comedy, sports, and narcissism, broadcast on blogtalkradio.com featuring DJs John "Bootch" Boutcher, Patrick Kane, and Bob Meehan. The show, originating in Jenkintown, PA, features telephone interviews, subpar in-studio guests, witty banter of daily sports topics, weird/wacky sports news stories, and a plethora of sound clips and dumb jokes. It broadcasts live on blogtalkradio.com and therefore streams audio via the ...
 
This is a podcast where two lads in there early 20s ( tales & Dylan ) chat about everything and anything we feel like mainly the crazy world we live in , we will also have podcast episodes based around our passion for streetwear( fashion ) & football ,we do also have special guest on our shows too The meaning behind lunchtime talks : when growing up and to be fair still to this day the best convos are during lunch/break time maybe at school or work . For some reason debates , hot takes are s ...
 
3 shows in 1! Regular - Any topic! Bonus - Post Match Bristol City. Robins Reunited - Ex Bristol City players recapping old times. The podcast is hosted by Patrick Warner, or Patch as he is most well-known, who was in Portland, Oregon in 2011 when he was asked on to his cousin’s podcast called The MitchCast. The podcast was two friends getting together to discuss a wide range of topics, from movies to reviewing drinks to playing games on air. Patch returned home and thought it would be great ...
 
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With some Premier League clubs having in excess of 50 eligible U21 players to supplement their squads of 25, is their any excuse for them to cancel games because a few players are missing, for one reason or another? All 32 of this weekend's FA Cup ties went ahead, even with Covid infections at their highest and some squads weakened by losing player…
 
"This piece blends snippets of the original recording with minimalist notes and rhythmical accents which were written and produced as playing an homage to the Mr. Rentaro Taki, the composer of "Kojo no Tsuki" a folk-inspired piece that has long served as interval signal for NHK World Radio, the Japanese public broadcasters shortwave services, and s…
 
"I isolated several frequency bands that stood out in the original file. The piece is an attempt to capture the swirling trajectories of the shortwave broadcasts flying across your head." Composition by Joe Pino. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole …
 
"Keeping the vocal parts of the original recording, I removed some background noise using an audio editor program. The tune was made using some drum samples, synths and plugins. A fan, send me a message about this project. I thought it was a great idea." Composition by Xan Eden (The Fade Beta). Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenti…
 
Radio art & sound edit: Tara Downs Writer & stand up poet: Jonny Fluffypunk Jonny Fluffypunk: "One of the joys of Short-wave listening that has captivated me all these years is the pure randomness and unpredictability of the experience...' I was inspired by the explanation that accompanied the original recording; the listener surprised and thrilled…
 
"As a natural life cycle occurrence, death invites either solidarity or diplomacy. The death of Japan’s Emperor Hirohito in the first January weekend of 1989 brought an end to the so-called ‘62 year-long “Shōwa” (昭和) period of war and peace’. With imperial Japan’s atrocities during World War II long laid to rest, the whole world—including nations f…
 
This Radio Japan (Japanese language) broadcast was recorded on January 7, 2014 starting a little before 02:00 UTC on 5,960 kHz. The broadcast begins with a few seconds of Radio Japan's interval signal. Recorded by Thomas Witherspoon, courtesy of the Shortwave Radio Archive. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining th…
 
"On the top-10 list of DX targets in the 1970s was Spanish Sahara, the broadcast service transmitting from Aaiun in what was then Spanish-ruled Sahara in West Africa. Verification cards and letters were sent to lucky listeners around the world who were able to hear the transmissions which were a mixture of local programs and material from the Spani…
 
"This recording captures the last 5 minutes of WWV’s old format (giving the time every 5 minutes) and the first 5 minutes of the new format (giving the time every 1 minute), which took place on July 1, 1971 UTC. Apologies for the less-than-stellar audio quality, but I recorded this as a 15-year-old fledgling SWL with limited knowledge of audio reco…
 
"On September 11th, 1975 while tuning around for Papua New Guinea stations on my DX150B, I discovered a loud signal on 2654 Khz - playing bouncy big band and instrumental music. Much to my amazement, many station IDs would soon pop out of the noise. This would turn out to be one of the shortest lived shortwave broadcasters ever! I believe I phoned …
 
"Headflood is made from a transmission in 1972 by Radio Nederlandes (RNL) as it celebrates its 25th anniversary. In it we hear Maya, a Dutch citizen in her 50s, describing the disabling chronic headaches she lives with, interspersed with sounds from RNL's anniversary broadcast from Hilversum. I spoke to Maya as the COP26 talks on climate change wer…
 
"A sound exploration of the geographical territory of Slovakia through its different dialects in search of the origin of the expression Veselé Vianoce." Composition by Carolina Blume. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandm…
 
"The original recording is about one hour long, so we decided to do a work of sampling by cutting pieces of various lengths, organising them and then modifying, stretching, glitching, and distorting them in different ways. Every single sound of which the composition is made is cut from the original recording, no other sample has been used. The orig…
 
"My original recording was lots of disco music. I thought about nights of dancing and sounds moving through space. I chose short parts of sounds and music and combined them to create a sonic collage. My sound art piece “Another Nightlife” was created using original sounds, found sounds, and field recordings that I edited, mixed and manipulated with…
 
"This chaotic re-edit of a recording of All India Radio, is the second in a series of short projects exploring how we attune ourselves to languages we don’t speak, or are trying to learn. As a listener, the original shortwave broadcast arrives at my ear as a panic-inducing tide - mediated by my own language and music, my fetishisations of India and…
 
"This is a very enjoyable review of the first 25 years of Radio Nederland, hosted by Jerry Cowan. It is the complete broadcast with the news, which at the time was feed via HF from Hilversum to Bonaire. The panel of guests include Bruce Parsons, Neville Gray, as well as the head of the English Department of Radio Nederland, Van Dulken. It was recor…
 
The 2020 Christmas Broadcasts of Radio Slovakia International recorded in Hugo, MN on 5850 kHz via WRMI at 0030UTC on December 25 2020. Christmas Broadcast Program Information: Advent eco calendar, visit to an animal shelter, vegan Christmas foods, and some music. The signal got kind of rough towards the end. Recorded by Matt Todd, courtesy of the …
 
This is a recording of the Welle370 special program to celebrate 100 years of radio broadcasting in Germany. In 1920, test transmissions began from the "Funkerberg" in Königs Wusterhausen, resulting in a Christmas broadcast on December 22. To celebrate the 100 year anniversary of this broadcast, Königs Wusterhausen based Welle370 aired this show on…
 
"Almost every morning at 5:45AM (Sydney time) I have my first cup of coffee and eat breakfast and listen to the All India Radio Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) Hindi language evening broadcast to Europe. At this time of year in Australia (April) the broadcast starts in darkness and ends as the sun is rising. The broadcast originates from the Khampur (…
 
"Perhaps one of the things I love the most about shortwave is the sheer variety of broadcasters out there. We can sample diverse offerings across a broad spectrum--from the BBC World Service to Radio Romania International, from pirate stations to numbers stations. There's even The Disco Palace: a station that plays only disco music, and each show i…
 
In November 2021, MP Tracey Crouch released her review into the governance of English football. While many Premier League chairmen and CEO's came out against the review and the suggestions it put forward, NTFC Chairman, Kelvin Thomas was supportive of the majority of the report. In this special episode of the award-winning Cobblers podcast, Kelvin …
 
"I used only the original recording source and did not add anything to it. I felt challenged to create a piece from this limited material, using various effects to create all the sounds. But mostly I chopped up the recording and pulled out a few bits that I found particularly interesting. This is a (rather repetitive) weather broadcast and it seems…
 
"This piece is inspired by Tavares Strachan's piece "Bright Golden Haze" that I saw a few years ago at the Venice Biennale, and never left me. It's about Robert Henry Lawrence Jr. - the first Afroamerican astronaut, hardly even mentioned in all the glorious celebrations of space. Also the starting words of my piece are by Tavares Strachan, who has …
 
"I wanted to create a hauntological piece, since the radio record portrays a disturbing and sad moment in the history of the country. A dystopian perception at the time, through an experimental ambient structure, some piano and minimalism, the sounds that I usually create under my alter ego Lucius Works Here." Composition by Lucius Works Here. Part…
 
"The recording made me think of days in a squat in Amsterdam in the 90s listening to pirate radio, making our own recordings and music from samples of these recordings. often playing with antonyms and industrial sounds. This is a reflection of those days, using a much older source recording mixed with some of the recording I made on a simple Tascam…
 
""As I sit in my own home..." reworks a recording of King George V's Christmas message from December 1934. It takes its inspiration from the aspects of the king's voice - everything from diction and use of voice to actual recording techniques - and in the surface noise and crackle of the recording medium itself (the recording sounds like a 78, but …
 
Shannon Volmet - SIGMET. A Shanwick Radio broadcast from the North Atlantic Communications Centre, providing meteorological information for aircraft in flight within the Shanwick area of international airspace (northeast part of the Atlantic). Date of recording: 8/5/2021 Starting time: 0935UTC Frequency: 5.501MHz Reception location: Dublin, Ireland…
 
Thirty years ago today the US Space program came crashing down with the explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger. I was a student at Purdue University at the time, living in a dormitory. I decided to make some recordings knowing this would be a historic event. This is a recording I made of the BBC on the evening of Jan 28 (0200 UTC on January 29).…
 
Radio Nederland's "What's New" was a Saturday night program that featured hits from the weekly Dutch Top 30. The show was co-hosted by American Bruce Parsons and Australian Graham GIll. Based on the charts from that week, this show aired on 6 November 1976. Shows like "What's New" introduced me to pop/rock artists that didn't receive airplay in the…
 
After the declaration of martial law in Poland on December 13, 1981 Radio Polonia ceased broadcasting. Broadcasts in English instead continued from a military base near Warsaw Airport. The staff of Radio Polonia returned to the air soon afterwards and here are three broadcasts from that period in Poland's history. Of some of the presenters that you…
 
King George V addresses the British Empire during Christmas 1934. Recorded by Fred Waterer, courtesy of the Shortwave Radio Archive. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave…
 
"There was limited melodic material available in this recording and what I could get kind implied a more sample based approach, instead of trying to create "instruments" from the recording, and that led to a more hip-hop/beat driven sound than I usually go for. Past that I was interested to explore what messages I could find by rearranging the word…
 
"There’s something inherently intimate, even clandestine about radio – sound sent into the ether in the hope of reaching an ear. We feel much more personally and directly connected with someone speaking to us via radio than, say, television. There’s an added poignancy in the recording of the final hours of broadcast of Radio St Helena that forms th…
 
"I've been fascinated by shortwave radio since a young age - way before the internet - the appeal of being able to hear transmissions from any where in the world was always intriguing. Sadly it's been in decline for a number of years now, you often don't hear many stations these days. That was the inspiration for this piece, preserving some of the …
 
""Telling It Like/Your Check Shirt" was created using samples extracted from a 30-minute 2013 shortwave broadcast of Radio Australia Jazz Notes. Sound/conceptual artist Alyce Santoro and composer Reed Maxson collaborated long-distance to create the finished piece, with draft sound files sent back and forth between Texas and California over the cour…
 
"I was travelling on a train between Köln and Berlin; a group of football fans had lined up empty beer bottles in the aisle so when someone would come by, as they made a big step over the bottles, they would cheer on. It made me think how the game spills out in all of our other living spaces, like the train, and how in the head of the fans the matc…
 
Radio Canada International's final shortwave radio broadcast. This recording was made on June 24, 2012 beginning at 1550 UTC on 11,675 kHz. Listeners will note that the broadcast ends abruptly during the mailbag program -obviously the transmitters were turned off prematurely. Recorded by Rajdeep Das, courtesy of the Shortwave Radio Archive. Part of…
 
December 25, 2012: Closedown begins with the last few seconds of Love is Everywhere by Caught in the Act (1995). Recorded by Sarah Boucher, courtesy of the Shortwave Radio Archive. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemo…
 
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