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Truth & Justice is a true crowdsourced investigation in real time. Host, Bob Ruff, asks listeners to help with investigations as he takes on a new potential wrongful conviction case every season. The subject of Season 12 is a grizzly 2006 triple homicide, that occurred in Pinyon Pines, California. Three innocent people lost their lives, and many believe that Robert Pape and Cristin Smith were wrongfully convicted of the murders. Join the investigation, and together we'll find the truth!
 
Called “the most important political TV show in America” by the New York Times, “The View” is a priority destination for celebrity and political guests with up-to-the-minute Hot Topics and invaluable conversations with Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sara Haines, and Sunny Hostin plus regular appearances from guest co-host Ana Navarro. Watch “The View” live each weekday 11 a.m.-12 p.m. ET on ABC, or catch up right here with the podcast.
 
The Wantok Program is 30 minutes of news and current affairs broadcast on Radio Australia twice a day Monday to Friday in Papua New Guinea Tok Pisin, Solomon Islands Pijin and Vanuatu Bislama pidgin languages.
 
Michael Amidei is a creative polymath, working as a musician, poet, author, and speaker. He is a childhood cancer survivor and has appeared on 20/20, ABC, CBS, & NBC. In this podcast, Michael delves into the subjects of philosophy, creativity, art, beauty, and how to live a meaningful and authentic experience, what he calls "living life as poetry". Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michaelamideishow/support
 
Science+God sponsored in part by Dwell Bible App. Save 30% off Dwell for Life at DwellApp.io/drg. Welcome! On this unique podcast, Biblical truths team up with the latest science to enrich, expand, and rock your worldview. It’s a stunning journey from the subatomic to the astronomical to an unseen universe beyond human comprehension. Dr. Michael Guillen – a Christian who has won three Emmys, written international bestsellers, taught physics at Harvard, hosted on The History Channel, and for ...
 
It was a crime that rocked an idyllic seaside town in Cape Cod -- the 2002 murder of Christa Worthington, found stabbed to death with her 2-year-old daughter, unharmed at her side. What came next was a three-year search for her killer that would involve unorthodox steps by police, a lengthy list of potential suspects, and an entire town under suspicion. Christa's trash collector, Christopher McCowen, would eventually be convicted of the crime, but his trial would raise questions about the ev ...
 
I am a national expert on sudden wealth. My wealth management firm (www.PacificaWealth.com) has developed a unique process for handling the financial--and often psychological--issues of sudden wealth from inheritance, lottery, divorce, stock options, lawsuits, sports/entertainment contracts, or business sales. For clients who experience a sudden wealth event and may feel overwhelmed and need immediate clarity on the various financial, legal, and tax issues, I am able to provide them with ins ...
 
Every few weeks, a brand new comedy special will pop into your feed. From Felicity Ward’s award-winning show The Hedgehog Dilemma to Ivan Aristeguieta’s stand-up, The Fourth Floor, recorded at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. As well as stand-up specials from Sammy J, David Quirk and Suren Jayemanne. ***Warning: Some of these podcasts contain swearing and adult concepts, not suitable for listeners under 15 years of age***
 
Story Greenlight empowers online content creators to tell your story and connect with your audience, so you can create the impact you were put on this planet to make. We're here to help level up your storytelling, your creativity, and yourself (that's where all this starts anyway, right?). Story Greenlight founder Jeff Bartsch is a lifelong communicator, coach, and entrepreneur who built who built his career over 20 years as a broadcast television editor in Hollywood, editing in Los Angeles ...
 
AUTHORISED PODCAST ONLY is a podcast dedicated to the 2001-2006 ABC TV series Alias, a retrospective designed to celebrate 20 years of the series. Join your host Tony Black, creator of The X-Cast podcast, and a selection of Alias-loving fellow hosts and guests as they break down the entire series one episode at a time. A proud part of the We Made This network.
 
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Monthly information on issues for blind and vision impaired people. Produced by the Association of Blind Citizens of NZ – Southland Branch (ABC), a blind consumer organization established by blind people in 1945. Sponsored by South City Pharmacy.
 
Money. Romance. Tragedy. Deception. The story of Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos is an unbelievable tale of ambition and fame gone terribly wrong. How did the world’s youngest self-made female billionaire lose it all in the blink of an eye? How did the woman once heralded as “the next Steve Jobs” find herself facing criminal charges — to which she pleaded not guilty — and up to decades in prison? How did her technology, meant to revolutionize health care, potentially put millions of patients a ...
 
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Today, May 20th, 2022, ABC 20/20 is airing a two-hour episode on the Brandon Woodruff case. Today, Scott and C. Derick are joined by very special guest Richard Ray. The trio discuss the case along with the impact that 20/20 will have on it. YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/AmericanJusticePodcast Where to Listen: Apple - https://podcasts.app…
 
A five-novel series about the impact of the Vietnam war on veterans and their families has just wrapped up with the release of Carole Brungar's book The Return.In the last book, she's thinking about the experiences of the orphans of the Vietnam war, many of whom were removed from the country. In The Return, Jackie Coles fulfills a promise to her st…
 
Eight interlinked stories of ordinary people whose lives are touched by the gods make up a new collection by Iranian/American/Kiwi writer Mahyar Amouzegar. The Hubris in an Empty Hand is his fourth book. Some of the characters understand they've received - or are in the presence of - a gift from a god. Others are oblivious. Friendships and relation…
 
Small domestic miracles, from a sleeping baby and walking along the beach to the promise of fruit are examined in words and pictures in a book called Bordering on Miraculous Saskia Leek and Lynley Edmeades have worked on the fourth in the korero series helmed by writer Lloyd Jones. He brings together artists and writers to colloborate on books that…
 
Rotorua is hosting a literary festival specifically for Maori writers that the organisers hope will in turn encourage Maori readers. Kupu: Nga Ringa Tuhituhi will celebrate past and present Maori writers, with a view that many generations will tell their stories. On the Kupu board is Robyn Bargh who's a long time champion of Maori literature, inclu…
 
It's one of the best-known - and often-told - stories in our history: Sir Ed Hillary and Sherpa Norgay Tenzing's momentous climb to the top of Mt Everest on May 29th, 1953. But Matt Kambic's new play The Sherpa & the Beekeeper - Summit on Everest explores the downside of fame and other long term effects - both good and bad - on not only the mountai…
 
Wellington's Chamber Orchestra is about to celebrate its 50th birthday with a flourish. The amateur orchestra has launched many professional careers over five decades, and also has musicians who've been in its ranks for most of that time. Lynn Freeman caught up with conductor Rachel Hyde and cellist Gary Wilby, currently rehearsing for the big cele…
 
New Zealand-made screen sound and music received a BAFTA, one Emmy, two APRA Silver Scrolls, two NZ TV Awards and three Golden Reels for work on film and gaming last year alone. But members of the Screen Music and Sound Guild are issuing a stark warning about the future of the industry, one they say is under appreciated and under resourced. Lynn Fr…
 
Në bɛ̈ɛ̈i ciɛ̈ɛ̈n ke Australia ke ɣän ke cuɛt atɔ̈ keke cë thïïk në ye mɛn ku pane tueŋë Australia aŋoot ke kën guɔ̈ thïïc. Në kaamë ye mɛn kenë wɛ̈ɛ̈ric ke kë loi rɔt ëbɛ̈n abë nyic ku thööc cë keek tiam abuk keek lɛ̈k week. Tiɛitkɛ̈ ku piɛ̈ŋ në ka buk keek lɛ̈k week.
 
Thëëi ke kɔc ke pane Auɛtralia abë të cennë këriɛ̈ɛ̈c rɔt luɔi thïn nyic. Në ye mɛn ke kɔc juïc adhiac keke cuɛt ku kuɛ̈ɛ̈n abë rɔt jäl gɔl të cennë ɣän kedhiɛɛc thïïc. SBS Dinka abë ke lëk week në të benë kɛ̈ŋ röth luɔi thïn në ye man thɛ̈ië. Piɛ̈ŋ ku daaikɛ̈ në Facebook yic nëŋö week buk keek lɛ̈k.…
 
Four years ago opera singer Kawiti Waetford returned to Aotearoa after years abroad and a blossoming singing career. He and his wife started a new life in Northland where Kawiti began working with rangatahi, teaching singing and holding vocal masterclasses. He still performs but says Covid has led to uncertainty with a planned trip to Vienna cancel…
 
Jacqueline Paul is a lecturer in architecture at Unitec Institute of Technology in Auckland. In August she will start a five year course of study at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the world's number one ranked university. Paul will do her PHD at MIT's Department of Urban Studies and Planning. She says she would like to look at new ideas…
 
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