Something has been found at the bottom of Earth's ocean. An ancient artifact that can only be described as a giant door, inset into the sea floor. It becomes known as the Vault. A gigantic enigma, buried and forgotten...nineteen thousand feet down.To study the artifact, the galaxy's most powerful corporation, Maas-Dorian, has built a massive, self-contained, secret laboratory base surrounding it, named FATHOM. It's objective: unlock the secrets of the artifact and discover what it holds.But ...
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Fifty years ago, Mira, humanity’s last hope to find new resources, exited the solar system bound for Proxima Centauri b. Seven years into her mission, all transmissions ceased without warning. Mira and her crew were presumed lost. Humanity, unified during her construction, splintered into insurgency and rebellion. Now, an outpost orbiting Pluto has detected a distress call from an unpowered object entering Sol space: Mira has returned. When all attempts at communications fail, S&R Black, a S ...
The audio side of DamnInteresting.com: Legitimately intriguing true stories from history, science, and psychology. Audiobook-like narration with sound effects and music.
Dan and James aspire to educate and inform those interested in helping tackle the Cornwall housing crisis. With more than 18,000 empty properties and 16,000 people on a waiting list for council housing there is very clearly an issue that needs addressing urgently.The Cornwall Property Podcast aims to help those interested, to bring quality properties to the market for locals to rent or purchase as positive solutions to tackling this increasing housing shortage. This could also be in the form ...
An entertainment podcast that consists of three internet friends and their weird views on even weirder topics
Home of The Black
Join George and Joel as they venture into the vast cinematic cosmos, committed to discovering and investigating science fiction films. From alien worlds to derelict spacecraft, they unearth the best (and worst) this expansive genre has to offer. These two pioneering space cadets invite you to share in the triumphs and tribulations of this auspicious voyage. ----- ‘Space Cadets’ is a fortnightly podcast dedicated to analysing and reviewing science fiction films. All audience feedback shall be ...
Jesse hosts an upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling, ranging from the stories of the day to the great questions of our time.
Podcast by Congressman Andy Biggs
Doomsday Watch explores the geopolitical threats of tomorrow with Arthur Snell, former diplomat and head of the International section of the UK’s anti-terrorist programme Prevent. From the crisis in American democracy to the collapse of the Middle East’s petrochemical oligarchies, this is your guide to the dangers that mass media isn’t covering. Want to support us and help get involved with the future of the podcast? Sign up at www.doomsdaywatch.co.uk and get episodes ad-free and early, as w ...
Listen as a exasperated Gamemaster runs RPGs while players try to ruin his best laid plans
Audio Minstrals of the Internet
An original audio theater production of science fiction created by Eric Busby.
Life on the road. OG Ballers that still have the need to get back onto the field. Food. Travel. Random chatter. Join us and take part in our adventures and mis-adventures.
Lawrence summarised the plot of Sons and Lovers in a letter to Edward Garnett in 1912: “It follows this idea: a woman of character and refinement goes into the lower class, and has no satisfaction in her own life. She has had a passion for her husband, so her children are born of passion, and have heaps of vitality. But as her sons grow up she selects them as lovers — first the eldest, then the second. These sons are urged into life by their reciprocal love of their mother — urged on and on. ...
A late night radio talk show set in 2156, Dawn of Tomorrow - hosted by the one and only android host, Piesch Manworth - tunes in viewers to hear the travails of a new age of space exploration and wonder. Filled with boisterous explorers, cosmic shenanigans, interstellar artists and more!
BEYOND THE BELT: ADVENTURES FROM THE OUTER RIM is a non-linear science fiction drama that is presented in 8 episodes all told from the different perspectives of the people who lived through it! Each episode also features an original soundtrack uniquely composed for each story! Season 1 Synopsis Take a wild ride with the soldiers of the Deep Space Colonial Marines (DSCM) as they battle mystery, uncertainty, and peril at every turn! While on a routine patrol of the outer rim territories, the s ...
With the true horror of the Vault’s contents now revealed, the lone survivors must reach the decrepit platform of Fathom South, their one chance at contacting the surface, not just for a rescue, but to contain the dangerous technological contagion that is quickly spreading through what remains of the underwater base. To do so, they will have to fin…
Derelict and abandoned boats have been causing problems for harbour masters all over New Zealand. Auckland harbour master Andrew Hayton talks to Jesse about their facing.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine lead to a seismic u-turn in Germany, as Chancellor Olaf Scholz announced a huge increase in military spending. What are the implications for Europe? And as other European nations reduce their need for Russian energy, why has Berlin has been reluctant to follow suit? Annette Dittert, London Bureau Chief for German broadc…
Nancy Armstrong is an award winning executive producer whose husband and three children have ADHD. She wants to change the way we think of it from disorder to secret power. So she made a documentary about people with ADHD.
Today librarian Catherine Ross's theme for books is "Unreliable Narrator". She has a number of book choices and recommendations for children and young adults. You can find a full list of the books she's talking about today on her blog https://thebibliognostbampot.blogspot.com/
Today neuro-psychologist Hannah Korrel talks to Wallace about neurodiversity in adults and what its like to be diagnosed as an adult.
Today marks 140 years since our first export of frozen sheep to the UK - a lot has changed since then. Ali Spencer has co-authored a book. It's called Meeting Change: the NZ Red Meat Story 1997-2022, she talks to Wallace.
A petition is about to be delivered to parliament supporting a better pay offer for support care workers around Aotearoa. Kelly Davy is a support worker from Taranaki, she talks to Wallace.
The government is investing in Sustainable Foods, a plant based food producer on the Kapiti Coast. Justin Lemmens is co-founder and CEO of Sustainable Foods, he talks to Wallace.
It's been three months since Russia invaded Ukraine, but with Putin now focusing on the east of the country after his failure to take Kyiv, where is the war currently? Dr Mike Martin, a former British Army officer and author of Why We Fight, comes back on the show to tell Arthur Snell about the brutal battle for the Donbas, and where the conflict c…
NEW PODCAST: In a brand new 6-part series, Ian Dunt and Dorian Lynskey explore the histories of the most misrepresented ideas in politics. Here’s a taster of the first episode: McCarthyism. Was it really a crusade against communists or just a grifter’s opportunity that got out of hand? How did a witch-hunt morph into a way to denounce any critic, n…
Just as the world is starting to go into the first of many lockdowns, reporter J David McSwane tagged along on a private jet with a businessman on a mission to buy medical face masks for the government. He talks to Wallace.
Today's expert is all about how you can build your own website or app. To answer your questions or queries, we've got IT lecturer from Otago Polytechnic, Adon Moskal on air.
Today Brad Foster talks all about their new Prime Minister across the ditch. He explains why the voters turned on Scott Morrison and what it means for trans-Tasman relations. He also has some non-election news about upcoming festivals and the State of Origin series.
Today Claire Chitham talks to Wallace about the US version of Shameless and Angelyne.
Innovator and Stabicraft co-founder Sir Paul Adams is paying it forward after getting a life saving kidney transplant. He's donated one of the iconic boats for a Trade Me dollar auction, with all proceeds going to Kidney Health NZ.
A major project in Auckland is seeing plans on paper turned into action for the regeneration of Puhinui Stream. Alexanda Whitcombe is the Empowered Community Lead on the project, he talks to Wallace about their work.
The Nepalese community is calling for upcoming Everest Day to be recognised in the New Zealand government calendar. Wallace talks to Dinesh Kahdka, the president of the NZ Nepal Chamber of Commerce.
🔊 OUT NOW!!! 🚨 Episode 26: Ask Dan & James Description: This week Dan and James answer two more listener questions. Our first question is from Mark in Truro who asks, “I have heard you mention property sourcers previously, what do you mean by this and is it something I should be looking into when wanting to buy a property?” Next up we have a questi…
Builder, Stan Scott, joins Jesse to give out tips on any DIY projects listeners have. You can email email@example.com or text 2101 with anything you'd like Stan to answer.
This week Shared Kitchen chef, Julie Biuso shares a recipe for a salad which can be a meal in itself or a starter for a long lunch. You can find how to make this salad here.
Russian dark money has infiltrated Western politics for years, leading to increased support for the Kremlin and their actions in capitals across the developed world. To discuss the how and why behind Russia's financial meddling, Iain Campbell, financial investigator and journalist, joins Arthur Snell for another War Bulletin. We're putting out irre…
New Zealand company, Mint, has been awarded as a Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum. It was one of 100 companies recognised for finding innovative solutions for tackling issues from sustainability and climate change to healthcare. Mint COE Dr Will Barker talks to Jesse.
Today Ali talks about How To Please a Woman, being released next Thursday and The Innocents, a Norwegian supernatural thriller.
Chef Ben Bayly's been out of the kitchen busy visiting food producers all over Aotearoa for the second season of A New Zealand Food Story. He talks to Jesse about the latest series.
When 24 year old Christian Prescott left Mt Albert Grammar he thought he was destined to be a tradie. Instead he set up New Zealand's first professional sneaker cleaning business. Now he's giving back to the community.
Two North Canterbury districts are trialling a new app which makes it easier to report rural crime. The app is called "Rural Lookout" and Oxford farmer Cameron Henderson explains to Jesse about it works.
Architect Rau Hoskins knows a thing or two about building. He is a trustee of Te matapihi, which was set up to advocate for better Maori Housing. He talks to Jesse about why the design approach for housing needs to change.
This week Mary Holm addresses more listener questions about investment and the comparison between shares and rental property returns.