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Dear Watchers: A Marvel What If Podcast goes through a different "What If" question posed by the long-running Marvel comic book series, examining the connected issues that came before and after.
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We dig deeper so you don’t have to. News, views, people & ideas from the world of prehistoric archaeology. Help support us and join our Patreon community See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Presenting a chronological history of the ancient Spartan peoples. Beginning with their earliest mentions in the epics of Homer, the Iliad and Odyssey, right through to the collapse of Spartan dominance in the 4th century BCE.
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Mary Beard, Professor of Classics at the University of Cambridge, provides an audio guide to artworks, artefacts and objects made in bronze included in Hauser & Wirth's presentation at Frieze London 2017 'BRONZE AGE c. 3500 BC – AD 2017'.
Short summaries and readings of classical mythology (Hercules, Atlantis, Trojan War, etc.) Email: LegendaryPassages@gmail.com
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Explore the Madness of Bronze Age Marvel Comics with hosts Herman Louw and Billy D_licious! Here we focus on the really bizarre, such as the trippy Doctor Strange comic books of the 1970s, and zany characters like Morbius, Man-Thing, Howard The Duck, and Ghost Rider (among many others). So join us for a comic-filled jaunt... INTO THE WEIRD. We also offer the additional shows Dragons & Jive, House of Licensed Ideas, and Radio Free Hyboria on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/intotheweird. Le ...
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Going Deep with Chad and JT podcast features Chad Kroeger and JT Parr from Chad Goes Deep. In the pod, they will discuss major current events, honor legends, explore ongoing beefs, and give advice to fans who have sent in questions. New episodes released every Wednesday! For more of Chad Goes Deep, check us out at www.chadgoesdeep.com
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The Physical Performance Show exists to inspire people to achieve their physical best performance through candid interviews with the world’s best and most inspiring physical performers. The show's host Physiotherapist, Best selling Author, and accomplished athlete Brad Beer delves into how top physical performers achieve success and the highs and lows of the journey in getting there.
Everywhere around us are echoes of the past. Those echoes define the boundaries of states and countries, how we pray and how we fight. They determine what money we spend and how we earn it at work, what language we speak and how we raise our children. From Wondery, host Patrick Wyman, PhD (“Fall Of Rome”) helps us understand our world and how it got to be the way it is.
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Dr. Steven Collins and Dr. Gary Byers discuss Biblical Archaeology for the 21st Century. We have much to talk about on this channel including, 'Why archaeology is an important part of Bible study,' 'How Archaeology demonstrates the Bible’s historical accuracy and authenticity,' and 'Is Tall el-Hammam biblical Sodom?'
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Whenever the Olympic Games take place we see athletes giving their all to win gold and glory - but we also see great examples of competitors who show character and kindness toward each other. Here’s the story of two of those athletes, who ended up winning the only half-silver, half-bronze medals in Olympic history. Plus, a musical group finds out t…
Steven is back to talk about recent projects like His Name Is ...Savage which continues the Gil Kane creator owned 60's spy classic. Plus lot's of early memories of hanging out with bronze age Dc and Marvel creators, writing for Marvel in the 70s, and reviewing the success of The Punisher Circle Of Blood and Boom Studios 2 Guns which became a hit m…
In Tokyo, 23-year-old Hayden Wilde has won bronze in the triathlon, putting New Zealand on the Olympics scoreboard. It has been an amazing journey for the athlete, he tells Lisa Owen how he got there.
All these billionaires we got and they haven't been buying stocks in peace. Instead they're just building rocketships.By Kayle Borner
In the 16th century, Antwerp was a global centre of trade, talked about around the world. Michael Pye considers its rise and bloody fall In the 16th century, Antwerp was a global city that was talked about around the world – a centre of commerce, trade, knowledge and innovation, plus one of scandal, murder, secrets and intrigue. Michael Pye, author…
Tim is a longtime MOTU writer and Expert we discuss his 2019 He-Man Injustice comic mini series and the divided reaction to Kevin's Smith new MOTU show on NetflixBy John Siuntres
Without significant monetary and regulatory reform, our recovery from the Covid-19 recession will not only not fix these negative conditions, but will only set up the U.S. for our next recession, one that will almost certainly be even more severe.
Greater Sydney will stay in lockdown for another four weeks. The state has yet to get a grip on the growing number of delta variant cases - recording another 177 locally acquired cases today. WorldWatch's Perlina Lau reports.
Just over 20 years ago at the end of the '90s, a generation of Pasifika dragged the memory of the Dawn Raids from under the rug. Pacific creativity broke out into a hive of popularity, declaring an end to "national amnesia" on the racist immigration policy. And now those behind some of Aotearoa's first art and entertainment inspired by the Dawn Rai…
Some Fiordland businesses are calling a new vision for Piopiotahi Milford Sound 'a game changer'. The Milford Opportunities masterplan suggests charging foreigners an access fee, banning cruise ships and a new park and ride scheme. Visitor numbers into Piopiotahi more than doubled in the six years to 2019, putting pressure on the iconic region. Rep…
The final phase of the mass vaccine rollout has begun with over 60s getting the call to be immunised against Covid-19. The rollout for Group 4 will be staggered by age group - with by text or email invitations sent to book a time slot. Just under 700,000 people are now fully vaccinated, which the Prime Minister says is a "good start". Aanei te kai …
Police have crunched the numbers for stolen cars in Tamaki Makaurau in the past year, and there is a pattern. Inspector Trevor Beggs tells Lisa Owen what is on car thieves' shopping list.
The original Olympic flag flew over the Games for the first time in 1920, in Antwerp, Belgium, but before it could be passed to the next host city, the “Antwerp flag” disappeared - for over seven decades. Plus: scientists have taught a robotic hand to play Super Mario Bros., because why wouldn't you? OLYMPICS: NOTEBOOK; Missing Flag Returns to Glor…
To Rakiura-Stewart Island, where the first day of a two-day Covid-19 vaccination clinic is underway. Locals were queuing before the clinic even opened its doors. Our reporter Timothy Brown and camera operator Nathan McKinnon have the story.
Iwi and hapū are worried they are under resourced to meet growing demands from schools. With New Zealand history about to become compulsory in schools, as well as efforts to entrench te reo, tikanga and undo racism - iwi are being called upon more and more to help. They welcome the changes, but warn they may struggle to cope. Here's Māori news repo…
The New Zealand Olympic team now has a silver and a bronze medal, and in a few hours they get the chance to complete the set with a gold. NZ will face Fiji in the Men's Rugby Sevens final at 9pm Wednesday (NZ Time). RNZ sport reporter Clay Wilson is outside Tokyo Stadium and joins Lisa Owen with the details.…
Fiji's former health minister says the nation's health system has collapsed under the pressure of the pandemic. There have been 715 new cases in the last 24 hours and 11 people have died from Covid-19 this week. RNZ Pacific reporter, Eleisha Foon has more.
The number of people living in cars and garages is on the rise in Christchurch - as many struggle to keep up with spiralling rents. It's happening as temperatures plummet below zero, leading to concerns for peoples welfare. Conan Young reports.
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The New Zealand contingent has a a brand new silver medal to bring home from Tokyo. Hannah Osborne and Brooke Donaghue snaffled a silver in the women's double sculls a few hours ago. They talk to Lisa Owen.
A Far North man has taken to using poison soaked tampons to kill feral dogs, which are roaming the area and devastating local farms and wildlife. Around 40 people turned up for a community meeting in Houhora today to find a solution to the wild dogs, which have killed more than 150 sheep and goats. Locals fear a child could be injured - or worse - …
Australia's rugby team the Wallabies will arrive in New Zealand on Friday on a charter flight. The details of the test series and what is being played where are yet to be ironed out, but with the Pumas and Springboks due here later in the year, it is complicated. Mark Robinson, chief executive of New Zealand Rugby, talks to Lisa Owen.…
The acting Covid-19 Response Minister has conceded it was a political decision to let the Australian men's rugby team come to New Zealand despite the trans-Tasman bubble pause. The Wallabies have been granted an economic exemption so they can play the All Blacks in Auckland in 10 days' time. The government has said a single rugby test is worth betw…
What if Spider-Man had stopped the burglar who killed his uncle? Special Guest @ElliotComicArt What If Volume 1, Issue 19 (February 1980) Earth-80219 Reading list: Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962) Amazing Spider-Man #1 (1963) Amazing Spider-Man #16 (1964) What If #19 (1980) Amazing Spider-Man #400 (1995) Amazing Spider-Man #500 (2003) Email Podcast@DearW…
In this episode of the Football Daily pod, Steve Crossman is back and gets a chance to catch up with all the big stories in the world of football – and this week he is joined by the familiar dulcet tones of pod favourites; Clinton Morrison, Leon Osman and Don Hutchison. They get into Real Madrid defender, Raphael Varane - who looks to be on his way…
Kurt Mattila's Disney+ Documentary Stuntman focuses On Eddie Braun's dream of completing Evel Knievel's Snake River Canyon jump. He takes us into the world of Hollywood stuntmen. We also discuss his encounters with Buzz Aldrin and working with Oliver Stone on a companion documentary to his JFK filmBy John Siuntres
With the Olympics underway in Tokyo, Chris Harding looks back at 1964 – the last time Japan hosted the competition With the Summer Olympics underway in Tokyo, Chris Harding looks back to the 1964 games – the last time Japan hosted the competition. He explores how the competition redefined the nation on the world stage two decades after the Second W…
“Governments can find ways to serve their constituents (i.e. the taxpayers) better for the price they charge, they can lower their prices, or they can collude with others in the industry to keep prices high and quality low. Unlike businesses, however, when governments choose the third option, they are celebrated as heroes.” ~ David Hebert…
Hosted and narrated by John Stamos, The Grand Scheme: Snatching Sinatra is a complicated, nuanced story of one imperfect man trying to redeem himself by pulling off the perfect crime. Did you ever feel like everything’s broken, and it’s your job to fix it? That’s how Barry Keenan was feeling back in 1963. He was broke, unemployed, hooked on booze a…
An angry kid, to an angry youth and then angry adult sums up the life of abuse survivor, Leota Scanlon. He's fronted up to the Royal Commission into Abuse in Care's Pacific hearing in South Auckland. Our reporter, Andrew McRae is at the hearing.
In Tokyo, white water paddler Luuka Jones is on her way to the finals after just completing a strong run in the semi-finals of the K1 women's canoe slalom event. Jones won silver at the Rio de Janeiro Games and is hoping to add to her Olympic medal haul. Our reporter Maja Burry joins us from outside the canoe slalom centre in Tokyo.…
It has been an emotional day for some West Coast residents, as it becomes clear hundreds of people will be forced into long-term accommodation, or will have to move altogether - after devastating floods just over a week ago. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was with West Coast MP and Agriculture Minister Damien O'Connor in flood-hit Westport today, wh…