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The Snewz: it's the news between news, delivering all the information you need to know about pirates, jewel thieves, art heists, dinosaurs, aliens, ghosts, shipwrecks, ancient Egypt, the moon, and treasure. Brought to you by your favorite intrepid Snewz reporters, Justin Zeppa, Katherine Sherlock, and Shrishma Naik. You're welcome!
 
Since 2005, the CAGcast has been a pretty silly podcast about video games and the topics that affect gamers. Hosts CheapyD, Wombat, and Shipwreck talk industry news, review games, supply game shopping tips and generally share too much of their personal lives. Giving new meaning to "Talk is Cheap", the CAGcast is the official Podcast of the video game shopping community, CheapAssGamer.com.
 
Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
Each week Paula and Stephen explore unsolved murders, lost shipwrecks, local legends and more! www.ohiomysteries.com www.facebook.com/ohiomysteries www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twitter.com/mysteriesohio MUSIC: NEW HORIZON-ADERIN MUSIC: THE GREAT UNKNOWN- AUDIONAUTIX
 
A weekly talk-through of IELTS topics and tests to help you learn about the issues, vocabulary, tips and strategies you need to prepare for your test day. Follow me on www.facebook.com/ieltsetc and join the Members Academy for all the downloads, step-by-step online courses and support to get you a Band 7+ in the #ielts test. www.members.ieltsetc.com/academy/
 
Get a fresh look at upcoming video games with married couple "The Shipwrecks" from CheapAssGamer.com. Each week they break down the newest releases, find you the best deals, and discuss what they are or aren't playing. This podcast gives Foreplay a whole new meaning.
 
At Popular Science, we report and write dozens of science and tech stories every week. And while a lot of the fun facts we stumble across make it into our articles, there are lots of other weird facts that we just keep around the office. So we figured, why not share those with you? Welcome to The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/popular-science/support
 
this was a project that started with one show for a bit of fun, and has just kept on going, 20 episodes of "Shipwrecked", and the all new radio play "Hard C*nts",bringing in voices from all over the world...... type in Shipwrecked Radio Play in itunes to find all 23 episodes featuring- Jimmy Poodle, Petchrachelli, John Wilson, Gav Cross, Kevin Thomas, Wikkus Debeer, Julia Bottler, Dave W, Miguel, Max Maclean, Murray Hartin, Dave Henderson, Basil Bottler, Scott the scottish pirate, Mark Caswe ...
 
Everything broke. After moving overseas for the gospel, it all fell apart. No amount of strategy, wisdom, or effort could get them out of it. They couldn’t fix it themselves. Every plan and expectation, hope and dream flew out the window. They were shipwrecked. Andy Sutton has experienced his own “shipwreck moments”, grappling with the death of his father as a child, and later attempting, and utterly failing, to move overseas after college as a missionary. God carried him, often kicking and ...
 
Maine and New England's True Crime Podcast. Unsolved murders, missing Mainers, strange local folklore and Vacationland mysteries. Maine might be the way life should be, but even the most peaceful, picturesque places can keep the darkest secrets. This is Dark Downeast, a true crime podcast dedicated to the stories of Maine and New England, shining a light on the sensational decades-old and modern-day crimes that prickle the history of the Downeast region and beyond. Dark Downeast is based in ...
 
Here is 'Robinson Crusoe' by Daniel Defoe in its entirety as a weekly podcast. Widely regarded as marking the start of the english novel, this book is a grand and moving adventure. If your impression of this story comes from a movie, perhaps you should listen. The book is much better. For more audio from CandlelightStories.com, try the Sound Story Club at our web site. You can also listen to a pirate novel at the 'Pirate Jack' podcast.
 
G. A . Henty was a prolific writer of historical fiction for young adults. In this collection of shorter stories we visit Malay pirates, have a couple of tales of India, a shipwreck off the Channel Islands and a bursting dam in California, and finish off escaping from captivity in China (Summary by annise)
 
Rolf, a youth in early Christian Iceland, loses first his father, then his property, and finally his freedom to the schemes of a greedy neighbor. Outlawed from Iceland, Rolf travels abroad, meeting with shipwreck, enslavement, Viking berserkers, and many other dangers and adventures. All the while, Rolf searches for a way to prove his father was killed unjustly and win back his own property and freedom. Even more difficult, Rolf must end the cycle of enmity, vengeance, and pride that hangs l ...
 
A daily (5-day-a-week) podcast feed of true Oregon stories -- of heroes and rascals, of shipwrecks and lost gold. Stories of shanghaied sailors and Skid Road bordellos and pirates and robbers and unsolved mysteries. An exploding whale, a couple shockingly scary cults, a 19th-century serial killer, several very naughty ladies, a handful of solid-brass con artists and some of the dumbest bad guys in the history of the universe. From the archives of the Offbeat Oregon History syndicated newspap ...
 
Shipwreck is a San Francisco-based erotic fanfiction competition that pits six great writers against one great book each month. Fics are performed to a live audience by our resident thespian, that we might preserve author anonymity till the votes are tallied. Hosted by Amy Stephenson and Casey Childers.
 
History! The most exciting and important things that have ever happened on the planet! Featuring reports from the weird and wonderful places around the world where history has been made and interviews with some of the best historians writing today. Dan also covers some of the major anniversaries as they pass by and explores the deep history behind today's headlines - giving you the context to understand what is going on today.
 
Jason, Justin, Kevin, Blaze and sometimes Sam, get up to no good on a podcast once a week. Many things are discussed, many lines are crossed, seldom a sober conversation, and all in the name of charity. (Believe it or not, Charity is not the name of Justin's favorite stripper... we actually do all of this for a charity called Extra-Life)
 
This is the dramatic story of the Batavia shipwreck and massacre, the true tale of Undermerchant Jeronimus Cornelisz's rise to power, by any means necessary. Set in 1628, through this radio drama you will encounter mutinies, murderous plots, tragic tales and the birth of a hero. Can Cornelisz be stopped? Will anyone stand in his way? Tune in to find out! Find us on facebook at: www.facebook.com/bataviaradiodrama/
 
Beyond the Breakers is a podcast about loss and lessons learned at sea. My goal is to share a topic that I have been captivated by since I first heard Gordon Lightfoot's "Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" as a child: why do ships sink? Through this podcast I hope to provide a wide range of stories. Some will consist of legends or tales handed down from the golden age of sail. Others will be from the "black and white" age of still photography and telegraph. Perhaps most terrifying are the stori ...
 
Locals from around the world share the hidden treasures of their city. We’ll go beyond the basic tourist attractions to discover the best things to do, eat, drink, and see from a local’s point of view. Whether you’re using airline miles, hotel points, or cold hard cash to travel, our goal is for you to have the best experience possible when you visit these cities thanks to the insider knowledge of our guests. Stay tuned and subscribe so that you can join us when we travel there.
 
For 16 years, the Modern Love column has given New York Times readers a glimpse into the complicated love lives of real people. Since its start, the column has evolved into a TV show, three books and a podcast. Now, we are excited to announce a relaunch of the podcast at The Times, hosted by Daniel Jones, the editor and creator of Modern Love, and Miya Lee, editor of Tiny Love Stories and Modern Love projects. Each week, we’ll bring you their favorite stories from the column’s vast archive, ...
 
In The Astreya Trilogy, Book 2: The Men of the Sea, Astreya learns from his grandfather Oron how to control his power over the shipstones aboard the great ship Cygnus. He still yearns for Lindey, left on shore against her will. Trying to purge a nagging guilt, Roaring Jack sails the Mollie south again, and this time Astreya’s friend Cam is a stowaway. Astreya’s cousin Adramin tries to make Astreya fail. At The City of the Sea, the lawful meeting place of the great ships, family politics turn ...
 
A place to discuss all things Shipwrecked fans love including film and television, OTPs, AUs, literary and historical shenanigans and of course the whimsical lives of those involved with Shipwrecked Comedy. Shipwrecked Comedy is a YouTube channel founded by Sinead Persaud, Sean Persaud and Yulin Kuang. The channel focuses on literary historical comedy with series such as "A Tell Tale Vlog" and "Kissing in the Rain".
 
Humans are resilient. In our toughest moments, we will fight, we will struggle, and we will triumph...often against the odds. In this immersive series from Wondery, host-adventurers Mike Corey and Cassie De Pecol will share thrilling stories of survival. From the daring rescue of a soccer team trapped in an underwater cave in Thailand, to a woman taken hostage by Somali pirates, these stories made headlines around the world. AGAINST THE ODDS will make you feel as though you’re living these e ...
 
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Vocab Malone used to rap with a lot of the same cats that Royal Ruckus ran with. He now talks to people about his Christian faith via livestream, and recently ruffled some feathers online with some Orthodox Christians. Jamey and Clayton have him on to get to know him and open a friendly conversation. He also shares some super interesting stuff abou…
 
Welcome to SHIPWRECKED & COMATOSE, an in-depth podcast dedicated to the classic BBC science-fiction sitcom, Red Dwarf. In this episode, your regular hosts, Kurt North and Mark Adams, are joined by Carl Bryan to discuss episode 2 of series 5 of Red Dwarf: The Inquisitor. Host: Kurt North Co-Host: Mark Adams Guest: Carl Bryan Editor: Kurt North Twitt…
 
When Captain Riley and his crew are divided amongst warring nomadic tribes, Riley needs to devise a plan to find all of his men. Only then can he convince Sidi Hamet to take them to the city of Swearah where he can make a bid for their freedom. But to get there they’ll have to pass through 800 miles of unforgiving sun and sand. It’s a gamble that m…
 
The Wisconsin Shipwreck Coast National Marine Sanctuary in Lake Michigan contains the remains of 36 known shipwrecks and perhaps dozens more that have yet to be explored. We speak to the president of the Wisconsin Underwater Archeological Association. And, Dr. Anthony Fauci joins us to talk about the future of the pandemic, vaccinations, booster sh…
 
SPECIAL EDITION: On Christmas Eve in 1886, the Annie C. Maguire ran aground on the rocky shoreline of Cape Elizabeth, Maine, just below the iconic Portland Head Light. If you’ve visited the famous beacon, you’ve likely seen for yourself the simple but ever present tribute on those very rocks that’s been painted and repainted for over a century, the…
 
Producer Jess Boddy joins Rachel for a listener voicemail Q&A episode! The weirdest things we learned this week range from dangerous pumpkin launching to an Illinoisan scorpion. The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week is a podcast by Popular Science. Share your weirdest facts and stories with us in our Facebook group or tweet at us! Click here to le…
 
Ahoy there mateys! This week we're talking all things maritime. Dustin covers the epic tale of an unsinkable mistress of the sea, a man stuck 100 feet under water for 3 days, and the real life Robinson Crusoe. Wit follows with the tale of the sinking of the St. Paul, some light cannibalism, and the sad fate of one small cabin boy. As always, our hu…
 
Mary Ellis was a pioneering and courageous aviator who flew hundreds of fighters and bombers to Britain’s frontline airfields. She was one of the first women to fly Spitfires, heavy bombers and jet aircraft, blazing a trail for female pilots with her passion and skill. Mary sadly passed away aged 101 on this day three years ago, a short time after …
 
We speak with Rock & Roll Hall of Fame musician Jackson Browne, whose new album "Downhill From Everywhere" drops Friday. And, Fox News premiered a PSA this week encouraging viewers to get vaccinated. The network still features hosts skeptical of the vaccine. The news comes as some GOP lawmakers have also started to encourage vaccination. NPR's Davi…
 
July marks the eighth anniversary of Black Lives Matter. Melina Abdullah, co-founder of Los Angeles' Black Lives Matter chapter, joins us. And, whether it's a wildfire or a condo collapse, a disaster services attorney and a survivor of the 2018 Camp Fire outline how to heal — physically and mentally — from such a sudden uprooting.…
 
When first reported, it looked like a simple murder-suicide. But it quickly became clear that it was something far more sinister — and the motives of the killer were uglier and more sordid than anyone had thought possible. (Brownsville, Linn County; 1860s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1708d.sidney-barbara-smith-murders-458.h…
 
The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games are finally here, after being delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. From Ancient Greece to when it was reborn in 1896, the tournament has nearly 3,000 years of history. Sports historian, Professor Martin Polley from De Monfort University, joins Dan on the podcast to tell the, sometimes surprising, story of the compe…
 
Unarmed crisis teams respond to suicide threats, substance abuse calls, welfare checks and other moments where a counselor — instead of a police officer — can de-escalate a situation. We check in with the country's first such crisis response program known as CAHOOTS. And, for many kids, going back to school means shopping for new supplies. But a nu…
 
Washington Post reporter Arelis R. Hernández has been following one Salvadoran woman who had been seeking asylum in the U.S. for more than a year. She shares Nancy's journey. And, Cuba is going through its largest protests against the government in half a decade. Professor Michael Bustamante gives us a primer on Cuban history from its time as a Spa…
 
What looked like a rotting-away hunk of scrap steel was a rare artifact of Portland's World War II shipbuilding industry — but the discovery was made just a few days too late. (Sauvie Island, Columbia and Multnomah County; 1940s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1207e-rusty-lifeboat-turned-out-to-be-relic-of-second-world-war.htm…
 
The Mexican state of Sinaloa is synonymous with drug trafficking. With the profits from organised crime a driver of the local economy, the tentacles of ‘narco cultura’ extend deep into people’s lives – especially those of women. In the city of Culiacan, plastic surgeons service demand for the exaggerated feminine silhouette favoured by the men with…
 
The relationship between Elizabeth I and Catherine de' Medici - the two most powerful Queens of their time - is one of the most intriguing and captivating stories of the 16th century. In this edition of our sibling podcast Not Just the Tudors, Professor Suzannah Lipscomb talks to Dr. Estelle Paranque about her new book Blood, Fire and Gold, which e…
 
In Carey, Ohio, a tiny white church built n 1875 was granted an opening day miracle, according to 1,000 people in attendance. As word spread, pilgrims from all over started coming to the town to pray. Today, the Basilica and National Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation has collected nearly 150 years worth of testimonials from people who say their liv…
 
Over the past few weeks, deadly flooding rocked Germany and a blistering heat wave struck the American West. Professor Friederike Otto discusses climate change and extreme weather events. And, Sweden beat the U.S. women's soccer team in Tokyo on Wednesday. The U.S. team has a chance to recover with two upcoming games. NPR's Tom Goldman joins us wit…
 
At age 11, Julissa Arce came to the United States from Mexico on a visa that expired three years later. For more than a decade, she lived as an undocumented immigrant, fearful of revealing her secret to anyone. “Every phone call or email I got from human resources would make my blood run cold,” she wrote in her Modern Love essay. And when it came t…
 
A decade ago, Kyle MacDonald exchanged a paper clip for something a little more valuable, and so on and so on, until he had a home. His success went viral and inspired a fad, which gained traction during the pandemic. We talk to two college graduates with student loan debt who gave the trade-up fad a shot. And, the Milwaukee Bucks won the NBA Final…
 
By far the most embarrassing jailbreak in state history happened when a murderer simply walked out the back door of a Motel 6 during an unsupervised “date” with a woman officials thought was his fiancee. (Salem, Marion County; 1974) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1207c-carl-cletus-bowles-jailbreak-during-conjugal-visit.html)…
 
This episode is all about found footage and its many wondrous and tortuous ways! Whitney starts things off with a banger, fully dissecting the penultimate alien autopsy footage ever…created? Then, dustin gets weird, talking about severed feets, double basements, and Charlie Sheens. As always, our humor is not suitable for most people. Enjoy! This e…
 
How did a young boy from Georgia become a merciless politician who shaped the Soviet Empire in his own brutal image? Historian and bestselling author, Simon Sebag Montifiore, is back on the podcast to talk to Dan about the rise of Joseph Stalin, a man who caused the death and suffering of tens of millions under his regime of terror. Find out how St…
 
More unmarked graves have been unearthed at a former Indigenous residential school site in Canada. The graves are believed to contain remains of Indigenous children forcibly taken from their families from the late 1880s to the 1990s. We talk with Assembly of First Nations National Chief RoseAnne Archibald. And, there have been a number of COVID-19 …
 
This is an episode in our weekly series titled 'Primary Source Tuesday.' Each Tuesday we have a reading from a particularly interesting historical item. Sometimes it's a historical tidbit that wasn't quite beefy enough to make a full column out of; other times, an especially interesting old newspaper article; frequently it's a short story from one …
 
Accurate timekeeping is at the very root of all of the technological advances in the modern world, but how did it all begin? From Roman sundials to medieval water-clocks, people of all cultures have made and used clocks for thousands of years. Dan speaks to horologist, historian and former curator of timekeeping at the Royal Observatory Greenwich, …
 
Yes, a double dose of short, all-ages episodes to launch Smologies! We cleaned up the full version and polished it into a safe-for-work digest of dinosaur facts and tales from a paleontologist with Dr. Michael Habib. Learn about the economics of a dino dig, his favorite beasts, cloning from amber samples, which museum dinos are real vs. fakes, Jura…
 
Introducing… SMOLOGIES. Smaller, shorter, G-rated episodes cut from your favorite classics. Listen to Smologies in classrooms, around people whose language is squeaky clean, and in safe-for-work settings. You get bite-sized info in a jiffy, and I get to reserve my filthy language for our longer, regular episodes that drop on Tuesdays. In this episo…
 
Chef Kathy Gunst shares her recipes for three easy-to-bake berry dessert dishes to share this summer. And, in the wake of the passage of multiple anti-transgender laws in Arkansas, a Lutheran pastor decided to host a weeklong queer camp for kids ages 12 to 18. The idea is to provide a safe haven for LGBTQ youth and promote self-empowerment and fun.…
 
In "An Ugly Truth," New York Times reporters Sheera Frenkel and Cecilia Kang chronicle the series of scandals at Facebook between 2016 and 2021. The authors explore the inner workings of the company and its top executives. And, many people ditched the business-casual wear and dressy outfits during quarantine. GQ fashion critic Rachel Tashjian discu…
 
This episode is a Part 4 Listening about an ancient philosophy called Stoicism (don't worry if you've never heard of it - the Listening will explain everything). It's a gapfill summary (one word only) and we also discuss: DESPITE (+ noun or + ing verb or + the fact that) US and UK spellings (do they matter in IELTS?) how my 2-minute Pronunciation f…
 
In this episode we cover the tragic tale of the paddle steamer General Slocum, which caught fire in New York's East River in 1904, leading to the deaths of at least 1,000 people - many of whom were children. "A Spectacle of Horror - The Burning of the General Slocum" - This is the Smithsonian article referenced in the episode Manhattan Melodrama (o…
 
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