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The Sky News Daily gives you the story beyond the headline. Putting people at the heart of our storytelling with added insight and analysis from our team of specialist correspondents and expert guests, we shine a light on a topic of the day with clarity and authority. Published every weekday.
 
Weekly podcast discussing the stars above us as well as the mythology surrounding them. Includes various astronomy topics such as exoplanets, nebulae, stellar life cycles, and famous astronomers. Find us at clearskieswithchloe.com, and on instagram @clearskieswithchloe! Support this podcast at patreon.com/clearskieswithchloe
 
Campaign is long-form actual play podcast. Our current series Campaign: Skyjacks takes place in an original setting inspired by folktales and classic adventure fiction. Join Liz Anderson, John Patrick Coan, Tyler Davis, Johnny O’Mara, and gamemaster James D’Amato as they tell a tale of daring sky pirates. … Also it’s basically an elaborate re-telling of Weekend at Bernie’s.
 
Join us on a track-by-track, album-by-album exploration of the musical artists whose discographies spanned generations, inspired millions, and every night, lit the sky with some of the greatest stage shows seen on earth. Four not-middle-aged blokes dive into the greatest hard rock, metal, prog, and pop discographies ever to be pressed to vinyl. No interviews, no KISS talk, no filler, all killer discussion.
 
Where are the planets guiding us? What is the Moon reflecting to us? The astrological weather forecast provides a navigation system for living during uncertain times, when timing is everything. Tap into the magic of astrology, tarot, mediumship & beyond with host Tiffany Harelik and special guests. WiseSkiesCollective.com
 
A weekly podcast examining the issues at the heart of our changing climate. We'll talk to scientists and policymakers and we'll highlight how small changes can make a big difference as we look for solutions to the problems caused by climate change.
 
Fran Duffy brings next-level analysis to Philadelphia Eagles football every week, talking football with current and former NFL players, coaches and analysts. Hardcore football junkies will appreciate the X’s and O’s, while all listeners will become the smartest fans at their gameday get-togethers. As an Official Eagles Entertainment podcast, Eagle Eye In The Sky dives deep into the film to raise the level of player evaluations, coaching philosophies, team-building strategies, and insights ab ...
 
A podcast all about the Trails/Kiseki series of JRPG games by Falcom hosted by two rookie podcasters. NOT SPOILER FREE! We just want to fanboy and fangirl about Trails in the Sky, Trails of Cold Steel, Zero no Kiseki, and Ao no Kiseki! You can find Tyler at trails-inthe-sky and Josh at crowarmbrusts on Tumblr
 
An actual play D&D podcast, The Lucky Die is a character driven story, set in an apocalyptic fantasy world. In Diskora, Demons and Celestials have started stalking the lands, tensions between the factions leave death in their wake and blood red clouds boil across the sky. You would be forgiven for thinking that the end was nigh, question is - do you want to face the end alone? I guess we're about to find out.
 
Autoline This Week is the first stop for auto executives, insiders and consumers looking for the latest automotive news. Each week John McElroy, one of the deans of the Detroit automotive press corp, brings his expertise and analysis to the issues and interviews driving the automotive world. He moderates a panel of automotive journalists as they discuss the week’s news and interview top industry newsmakers
 
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Kris Boyd and James McFadden join Gordon Duncan to look ahead to the new Scottish Premiership season with every team analysed ahead of the big kick-off. Transfers are also on the agenda too with the futures of Alfredo Morelos, Odsonne Edouard, Jamie McGrath, Lewis Ferguson and others debated plus lots more.…
 
Protecting the planet from climate change is a responsibility of generations from the past and the future. It's down to individuals, corporations and governments alike to take action. So how do we increase public engagement and encourage environmental activism? On this week's episode of Sky News ClimateCast we take a trip to the Natural History Mus…
 
As a child, I was tasked with chores to help keep the house in order, none of which I dreaded more than dusting. It seemed a Sisyphean punishment - tenacious, sneeze-inducing; dust always returned no matter how hard I tried to eradicate it. But it was also mysterious - grey anonymous matter, seemingly sprung from nowhere. I would later learn that d…
 
The Numerology shifts to a 4-5: Get things in order. Minimize distractions. Take note of anything that overcomplicates your life or triggers anxiety, and be willing to clean it up. Astrology at a Glance 8th - Lion’s Gate Portal & New Moon in Leo 11th - Mercury enters Virgo 15th - First Quarter Moon 19th - Uranus retrograde 22nd - Full Moon in Aquar…
 
Episode 57 covers the fifteenth and final Queen studio album, 1995's "Made in Heaven." It was the band's first release after the death of lead singer Freddie Mercury in 1991. Following Mercury's death, guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor, and bass guitarist John Deacon worked with vocal and piano parts that Mercury recorded before his death, …
 
Brett & Geoff return to open up the Failbag, gush over a special new Black Series figure, eagerly anticipate Star Wars: Vision, speculate on Kenobi, and ruminate on the Bad Batch! 00:38 - Social Meteors 02:18 - The Failbag 06:30 - Worst Star Wars character EVER? 07:25 - Hungry for Black Series Trapper Wolf 11:47 - Star Wars: Visions! 19:25 - Crazy …
 
8x Brazilian Champion Henrique Navarro, Glider competition pilot, Instructor, Aerobatic instructor and author joins us today. He also has competed several times in the World Gliding Championships in (France 2006, Argentina 2012, Finland 2014, Lithuania 2016, Czech Republic 2018) Henrique has broken 33 national records in Brazil has over 5,000 hours…
 
April and Jen lament the last of our episodes celebrating the hits of the 1980s! But, as a wise woman once told us, “This is an astrology podcast” - so let’s get to it! In this two-week period, five planets change signs: the Sun and Mercury enter LEEEooo (cue singing!), Venus and Mars enter Virgo and look for things to organize, and Jupiter backs i…
 
Omar Ronayne from That Millwall Podcast gives us a preview of how they're looking ahead of the new season! It's the Second Tier. Website: www.secondtierpod.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featured ***Please take the time to give us a review and rating on whatever platform yo…
 
"She totally owned it "......that verdict from the wife of gold medal winning rower Emma Twigg. For Twigg it was a long fought battle to reach the podium - this is her fourth Olympics... After taking a 2 year break from the sport...she romped home ahead of the Russian Olympic Committee and Russia. Emma's wife Charlotte Twigg was a wreck watching th…
 
Kiwis are looking to boomerang.. back home that is. A third of New Zealanders living overseas are planning to return home and many of them will stay for good, according to a survey. There are around a million Kiwis living overseas, and business leaders think there's a once in a generation opportunity to bring them home. Kirsty Frame reports.…
 
Friday frenzy....Fabulous Friday...Fri-yay.....call it what you want...it's a day to celebrate...with gold and silver medals raining down on the New Zealand Olympic rowing team. Emma Twigg flew through the women's single sculls to secure gold....and the men's eight dominated the field...to secure the same colour medal round their necks. The women's…
 
Unprofessional staff behaviour, harmful physical restraints and a failure to implement appropriate Covid-19 personal hygiene measures. These are just some of the concerns highlighted by the Office of The Children's Commssioner in a report about the Rotorua Youth Justice Residence, Te Maioha o Parekarangi. Our reporter, Te Aorewa Rolleston, has the …
 
A community on the North Island's west coast is reeling against proposals to ramp up snapper fishing in the area. Following a complete depletion of snapper in the area at the beginning of the millenium, stock levels have rejuvenated, and now MPI wants to increase catch by as much as 133-percent. But people living on the Kāpiti Coast - including fis…
 
Conversion therapy will become a crime punishable by up to five years in prison, under legislation introduced to Parliament today. It involves attempting to change a person's sexual orientation - which Justice Minister Kris Faafoi says doesn't work and causes an immense amount of harm. The Conversion Practices Prohibition Legislation Bill would cov…
 
There were some wobbles for country's first mass vaccination event this morning.. but organisers are sure they've ironed them out for a big weekend ahead. About 16 and a half thousand people are expected to get their first dose of Pfizer by the end of Sunday. But patience was the order of the day in south Auckland. Our reporter Louise Ternouth and …
 
The roof nearly lifted off The Cloud on Auckland's waterfront this afternoon, as families and friends willed the mens' eight to their first Olympic Gold in nearly 50 years. Our cameras were there as the Kiwis crossed the line ahead of Germany and Great Britain. It was triple delight at the cloud, with Emma Twigg taking gold and the womens eight tak…
 
The New Zealand rowing contingent blitz'd it today... with a gold in the single sculls for Emma Twigg ...her first medal at her fourth games. The men's eight glittered as well...taking out the top spot - a massive turn around for a team that qualfied for the games at the last minute. And rounding out a huge day ..the women's 8 ..battled hard to sna…
 
Jonny Bullock from the Middlesbrough podcast Boro Breakdown gives us a preview of how they're looking ahead of the new season! It's the Second Tier. Website: www.secondtierpod.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featured ***Please take the time to give us a review and rating on …
 
Protecting the planet from climate change is a responsibility of generations from the past and the future. It's down to individuals, corporations and governments alike to take action. So how do we increase public engagement and encourage environmental activism? On this week's episode of Sky News ClimateCast we take a trip to the Natural History Mus…
 
#13 Pathetic - Richard is very excited to meet the man who made him give up viewing porn (temporarily), Groove is in the Heart dancer and park ranger Louis Theroux. With a bad choice of words Richard almost Merchants the podcast early on and the interviewer becomes the interviewee as Herring gets Therouxed and opens up about his pre-marital life. W…
 
Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News hosted by Claire Gregory, Stevie Wong, and Katie Spencer. This week we dissect Jungle Cruise, we talk to Ben Sharrock about his new film Limbo, and discuss the new music doc from Edgar Wright The Sparks Brothers. Plus we review Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson and we find out how our own K…
 
Ian Robertson from We Are Luton Town gives us a preview of how they're looking ahead of the new season! It's the Second Tier. Website: www.secondtierpod.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featured ***Please take the time to give us a review and rating on whatever platform you l…
 
Ports of Auckland appears to be welcoming a new era in their relationship with Auckland Council and unions, after years of tension. A damning safety report earlier this year revealed major concerns, laying the blame squarely with management. Today Ports' representatives fronted to an Auckland Council meeting to give an update on their safety improv…
 
A United Nations official with Covid-19 has been evacuated from Fiji on a mercy flight after a decision from New Zealand health authorities. RNZ understands the woman, who is seriously ill, will be treated at Auckland's Middlemore Hospital despite New Zealand initially refusing to let her in because of "capacity" issues. The hospital system in Fiji…
 
The New South Wales Police Commissioner has called in the Australian Defence Force to help deal with the Covid-19 compliance operation in the state. Sydney authorities are tightening Covid-19 restrictions and have promised to crack down on rule-breakers as they battle to get the outbreak under control. Worldwatch's Perlina Lau reports.…
 
There's political consensus New Zealanders are paying too much for groceries, but little agreement on who's to blame and what should be done. The government isn't ruling anything in or out with its response to the Commerce Commission's draft report that's revealed big retailers are profiting at the expense of consumers and suppliers. Our political …
 
Forestry contractors say they are losing money, losing work, and losing jobs as a result of fluctuations in the market for timber, and delays in the ports. The sector was enjoying some record high prices in the first half of this year, driven by the China market, but those prices have been axed in recent weeks. Contractors are calling for a more su…
 
It should have been the Kiwi dream, instead a high-achieving immigrant says he will leave the country because his wife and daughter are not allowed in. Chandra Raju last saw his wife and little girl two years ago and had plans to re-unite in regional New Zealand. Now, an immigration lawyer says New Zealand's reputation will suffer major damage. Nic…
 
A draft report released this morning by the Commerce Commission says the two supermarket companies Foodstuffs and Woolworths have an effective duopoly over the grocery sector in New Zealand. That means groceries are costing people more and food producers are earning less than they should. It is also preventing other big players from entering the ma…
 
Oranga Tamariki has apologised for keeping a child in hospital care for nine weeks because they could not find a suitable placement. In documents posted online by the cyber-attackers who targeted the DHB, staff said the youngster did not require admission to hospital for any medical reason and was not unwell. The Minister for Children is calling fo…
 
How do gold medal winning Olympic rowers celebrate? They get back on the water. As rowing pair Grace Prendergast and Kerri Gowler brought home New Zealand's first gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics today, there was just two things on their minds. Had they done New Zealand proud? And how quickly could they get back out on the water ahead of their rowi…
 
Joel Robinson from the Hull podcast To Hull and Back gives us a preview of how they're looking ahead of the new season! It's the Second Tier. Website: www.secondtierpod.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featured ***Please take the time to give us a review and rating on whateve…
 
Emma was still a teenager when she married Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman – who is currently serving a life sentence in a US prison – and she awaits her own fate following her arrest earlier this year. On the Sky News Daily podcast with Dermot Murnaghan we are joined by Mexican investigative journalist Anabel Hernandez - who has interviewed the kingpin'…
 
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