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Glory Living with Matt Sorger is a fresh, supernatural podcast with special guest appearances from today’s Spirit-empowered influencers as well as teaching series from Matt Sorger that will empower you to life a life saturated with the glory of God, overflowing His presence everywhere you go. Matt has ministered in over 35 nations seeing God’s tangible glory save, heal and set people free.
 
We are Aarjan and Ruairi, two terminally online leftists trying to make sense of the surreal times we are trapped in. Every week we have conversations with esteemed guests (people who know much more than us) on a wide range of topics, from climate change to media to football to music, all within in the context of the pandemic, late capitalism and fascism, and try to work out what might be left over after it all ends... Produced by Sarah Sahim.
 
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Shonali Bhowmik and Christian Felix

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Christian Felix and Shonali Bhowmik became fast friends while working as temporary workers at a huge law firm in Manhattan. They share a love of laughing and giving each other hell. They may be called hipsters, old school, mainstream, irreverent, classic, country, gangster, or rock n' roll. All labels apply. Special guests, music, and attitude every episode. Past guests include: Jeremy O. Harris, Chelsea Peretti, Hannibal Buress, Keisha Zollar, H Jon Benjamin, Amber Tamblyn, JD Samson, Sanji ...
 
Jake Anthony and Matt Marr are two Southern Queens who absolutely love Bravo's Southern Charm. In this podcast, Matt and Jake react to the hot guys, the lovely ladies, and the Queen of Shade-Patricia! Finally two Southern queens dishing on this show. Also, they have GayDD, so they can't promise they won't wander off topic. This show is all shade but all love. And the Tea is always Sweet! God, this show is our favorite! Now where is our Medicine? oh, Michael! Be sure to listen to the queens r ...
 
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Sharon Currie and Trish Thornton

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Pour yourself a cup of tea in a china cup, or grab a beer in a can and settle in. Trish and Sharon (and sometimes Matt) have a lot to discuss. Raised in small town Canada, we came of age when the rules were clear and we knew what we were supposed to do. Now, we're feeling SANDWICHED. We have aging parents, kids, jobs, and all the pressures that go along with that. The old rules don't apply anymore. Join us on our storytelling journey where we try to make sense of everything. Our promises to ...
 
Welcome to the family. After Petros watched, reviewed and lost his mind watching every Nicolas Cage film. It's time to look at the Coppola family, whether it's Francis Ford Coppola or Patricia Arquette for the 5 years she was married to Nicolas Cage in the pursuit to answer the ultimate question; Are they the greatest film family of all time. Each week Petros is joined by a guest where they discuss their relationship with the Coppola family and dissect a film in order to piece together their ...
 
Our top chefs, as you’ve never heard them before. Author Andrew Friedman, one of the nation's chief chroniclers of professional kitchen life, interviews a diverse cross-section of the best and biggest names in the business, bringing his personal relationships and industry knowledge to bear in coaxing personal and professional revelations from his guests.
 
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Robert (Bob) Gatenby is a radiologist who specializes in exploring theoretical and experimental models of evolutionary dynamics in cancer and cancer drug resistance. He has developed an adaptive therapy approach for treating cancer which has shown promise in improving survival times with less cumulative drug use. In this episode, Bob explains what …
 
It hasn't been easy for Byron Gomez. His family relocated from Costa Rica to the United States when he was 8-years old, and he grew up under a cloud of uncertainty due to their immigration status. Nevertheless, he discovered and succeeded in professional kitchens, thanks in part to a first job in Burger King, of all places, and went on to work in A…
 
From the dark heart of the metropole of the TERF empire we talk to Patricia Johnston about her extremely brave and doomed quest to simply be a transgender member of the Labour Party. We discuss the foray of department store John Lewis into subversive cultural Marxism and Stephen Nolan's absurd Chinatown-style atmospheric podcast exposing the poison…
 
Stan McChrystal has spent a long career considering questions of risk, leadership, and the role of America’s military, having risen through the Army’s ranks ultimately to take command of all US and NATO forces in Afghanistan, a force representing 150,000 troops from 45 countries. Retiring as a four-star general in 2010, he has gone on to lecture at…
 
Zoe Adjonyoh's fascination with Ghanaian cuisine began as an exploration of personal identity (she grew up in the U.K., the child of a Ghanaian father and Irish mother), expanded to a focus of culinary travel, and flowered into a series of London-based businesses--pop-ups, supper clubs, a restaurant, and a book, Zoe's Ghana Kitchen. On this, the pu…
 
The Lions hoped Goff could guide them through a rocky rebuilding season or two. Has he already proven that he's not capable of handling that task? We talk about Dan Campbell's postgame comments, Goff's performance and a miserable Week 6 loss to Cincinnati. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
With the upcoming release of Wes Anderson's The French Dispatch I roped in the bandleader of Wes Banderson, Adam Znaidi to discuss his Top 5 Needle Drops & Score Cues from Wes Anderson's films. This chat delves into the magic of visuals, music and when they hit, how great that that can be. We also look into the films, other picks and of course some…
 
In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter and Bob discuss all things related to testosterone: what happens when testosterone levels are low, and the potential benefits and risks of testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). They explain the physiology of testosterone, how it works, and how its level changes over the course of a person's life. The…
 
As a child, Timothée Prangé dreamed of becoming a chef, but somewhere along the way, he took a detour into music as a trumpet player, and then into the vibrant world of modern cocktails. His Little Red Door is the hottest cocktail bar in Paris, where the menu's concept changes annually, earning the establishment abundant honors including longstandi…
 
Our Cousin Matt joins us to Zarbitrate the Jeremy Corbyn era, the traumatising media of this deeply unserious country and, most importantly, hope sowed with the kids inspired by allotment grandad. With further news concerning last year’s leaked report that revealed a litany of factional sabotage, racism and shed light some of the most bizarre nihil…
 
Dan Campbell had to fight back tears after the Lions' latest heartbreaking defeat. How close to the breaking point is this team, after an 0-5 start? What signs of hope have shown up over the past few weeks? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Chris Burke, Nick Baumgardner
 
This week myself and Lee Hutchison found a map inside someones ass and now have to discover if Three Kings and Spike Jonze's involvement in it makes a case for the Coppola family being the greatest film family of all time. Is this film streaming? CLICK HERE to find out. LEE on TWITTER THE A24 PROJECT PODCAST THE FILIBUSTER PODCAST BREADCRUMBS COLLE…
 
Jeremy Loenneke has a Ph.D. in exercise physiology, a Master’s in nutrition and exercise, and is currently the director of the Kevser Ermin Applied Physiology Laboratory at the University of Mississippi, where he focuses his research on skeletal muscle adaptations to exercise in combination with blood flow restriction (BFR). In this episode, Jeremy…
 
Annie Kelly and Aisling McCrea join us to talk antivaxxers and ivermectin, the horse dewormer that almost killed Joe Rogan and plunged the podcast universe into disarray. We start with a history of vaccination cynicism, understandable when it comes from vulnerable people, but exploited by sinister grifters like Andrew Wakefield. We finish on the In…
 
Harvard professor Claudia Goldin has made a name for herself tackling difficult questions. What was the full economic cost of the American Civil War? Does education increase or lessen income inequality? What causes the gender pay gap—and how do you even measure it? Her approach, which often involves the unearthing of new historical data, has yielde…
 
It's September! Fall has arrived and WDEK is not looking forward to the pumpkin spice lattes signage that will soon be everywhere! Justin the Intern joins us from Duluth, Minnesota. Christian and Shonali have just returned from visiting their parents in Chicago and Nashville. They discuss the Jedi mind tricks of their respective parents. The brilli…
 
The Lions couldn't get out of their own way in Chicago. Who's responsible for the errors that cost them throughout that game? We get into that, Dan Campbell's fourth-down decisions and your questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Chris Burke, Nick Baumgardner
 
Welcome to the 150th episode on the feed. I speak to three fellow survivors of the Prince Charles Cinema Nicolas Cage all night marathon. I'm joined by bitter rival and fellow Cage detective, Darryl Edge of Cage/Rage and both Graham Jones and Ian Harries of the fantastic, The Podcast Nobody Asked For where we discuss our prep, expectations and tips…
 
Lance Armstrong is a legendary figure in professional cycling having won seven consecutive Tour de France titles but also a controversial figure facing scrutiny for the use of performance enhancing drugs. In this episode, Lance takes us through his meteoric rise to one of the most famous athletes in the world and his equally accelerated fall from g…
 
Hanna Raskin, most recently a reporter and restaurant critic for the Charleston Post and Courier, just launched The Food Section, a Substack devoted to food and related issues across the American South. The online journal, delivered to subscribers' email inboxes twice weekly, offers everything from news and investigative journalism to restaurant re…
 
Hasan and the other one kick off their new show by charting Elon Musk's meteoric rise from Apartheid emerald mine inheritor to guy who built a small tunnel underneath Las Vegas and made some cars that use artificial intelligence to murder your family. Rob Rousseau weighs in from Canada, another deeply cursed product of British colonialism, to discu…
 
This week we head to Samurai Town to take a look at the master of Japanese gonzo cinema's newest outing Prisoners Of The Ghostland (2021), a film where our boy Nicolas Cage plays a bank robber sent on a suicide mission to retrieve the adopted granddaughter, Bernice (Sofia Boutella) of the town's overlord, The Governor (Bill Moseley). The man taking…
 
Steve Rosenberg is the Chief of Surgery at the National Cancer Institute, a position he has held continuously for the past 47 years. Steve is a pioneer in the field of immunotherapies for cancer and a recipient of nearly every major award in science. In this episode, Steve discusses his inspiration for devoting his career to cancer research and des…
 
Author Laurie Woolever joins Andrew to discuss her wonderful new book Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography (due out September 28 and now available for preorder), and to share her memories and observations from the ten years she spent as his assistant, collaborator, and friend. Andrew Talks to Chefs is a fully independent podcast and no longer af…
 
After briefly being sidetracked over the departure of our favourite Guardian columnist, we take a dive into the history of black radical politics in the UK with the celebrated writer, musician and like 10 other jobs Chardine Taylor Stone. From the 1945 Pan-African Congress in Manchester organised by George Padmore and Kwame Nkrumah, to the Windrush…
 
What is our right to be desired? How are our sexual desires shaped by the society around us? Is consent sufficient for a sexual relationship? In the wake of the #MeToo movement, public debates about sex work, and the rise in popularity of “incel culture”, philosopher Amia Srinivasan explores these questions and more in her new book of essays, The R…
 
This week we step head back in time to 1950's Hollywood to discuss Tim Burton's love letter to a director who was voted the worst of all time in 1980, Ed Wood. I'm joined by Matt Brothers of Spocklight, Sudden Double Deep & Is Paul Dano OK? to see if Stephanie Schwartzman can help solidify the Coppola family as the greatest film family of all time.…
 
In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter and Bob discuss the longevity benefits from greater cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) and greater muscle mass and strength. Conversely, they dive deep into the literature showing a rapid increase in morbidity and mortality risk as fitness levels decline with age. They also try to tease out the relative c…
 
Former Extinction Rebellion organiser Sam Knights joins us for a light discussion on Mother Nature being murdered by an economic system that can't stop producing infinite varieties of Funko Pops. Is there hope for mankind against the droughts, floods, Ronas that drop daily? Yes, but everything must change. /// SHOW NOTES /// /// CREDITS /// Hosts: …
 
In this episode we talk about: Building a system in a way that, as Ira says, “a user cannot initiate a loss” What designers need to know about prevention, detection, and reaction when it comes to security What we can learn from safety science How designers can get a seat at the table when it comes to human security engineering Ira Winkler is the fo…
 
A lot to unpack after the Lions' Week 1 loss to San Francisco. What does Penei Sewell's play at left tackle mean? Can Jared Goff find a deep ball? Is there a way back for Jeff Okudah? We break it down. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Chris Burke, Nick Baumgardner
 
This week I'm joined by third time return guest, David Trumble to join any club and society that'll have us to discuss Wes Anderson's sophomore feature, Rushmore (1998). Our Coppola Connection for this week's film is Jason Schwartzman in his first on screen performance. We get into some pretty personal stuff in this episode whilst discussing the to…
 
Matt Kaeberlein is globally recognized for his research on the biology of aging and is a previous guest on The Drive. In this episode, Matt defines aging, the relationship between aging, chronic inflammation, and the immune system, and talks extensively about the most exciting molecules for extending lifespan. He discusses the current state of the …
 
For the first time in 2021, we're bringing back our pandemic-era movie-discussion series Shelter en Place, with guest critics Allison and Matt Robicelli. This time 'round, Andrew, Allison and Matt engage in a SPOILER-FILLED (don't say we didn't warn you) discussion of the surprisingly terrific Nicolas Cage vehicle Pig. Is this film, whose trailer w…
 
Are you a 'contractor', not an employee? Better call the Independent Workers of Great Britain and win yourself a crumb of statutory sick pay. We talk to President Alex Marshall about the union's successes tackling the beast of precarious labour and shitty apps that are trying to kill you. /// SHOW NOTES /// /// CREDITS /// Hosts: Aarjan /// Ruairi …
 
Justin The Intern is the father of a month old baby! Whoa! Christian was mask shamed in Justin's home state. Shonali learns what "bussin" means. It's US Open Tennis Tournament time in NYC and we needed this! Our guests are comedian, performers, writers Merrill Davis and Táhlia Audrí! Merrill currently lives in Los Angeles. She generously shares her…
 
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