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Formerly know as Juve Podcast, now Turin Giants Podcast, has been discussing news and topics about the world of Juventus, since 2013. Started by the founding members of the Juventus Fan Club of Southern California, as a way to amuse themselves, has now become a popular Podcast for English-speaking Juventus fans around the World.
 
Obaland Magazine,is the No1, reliable news source of Entertainment, Biographies and editorial Breaking News platform in Edo State. Obaland Magazine was founded by a Nigerian born Italian journalist Mr Lucky Omosigho who bought the Obaland brand Franchise . In 2009,Obaland Magazine and multichoice media house was immediately launched by Nigerian American Afro-beat singer Davido, in Turin (Italy) Obaland Magazine was first media house to host a video interview with Africa music legend Evi Edna ...
 
Robert's faith to Techno and Hard Techno roots evolved since early 2000s from turntables to hybrid live exhibitions involving both hardware and software makers that allows him to perform without limits. DJ, producer, remixer and radio host. His 360° introduction to electronic music never stopped to progress during the time without leaking his Techno origins. Born in Italy and adopted in Greece, Robert’s approach to decks started in 1999 in Turin area (Italy) performing on Sunday afternoon pa ...
 
Welcome to the world's favourite Eurovision podcast! Join Rob and James every Wednesday as they chat to some of the biggest guests ever to have been involved with the world's favourite song contest. They delve into the biggest news stories, ask the questions you want answering, and each episode brings its own challenge with the One Second Song. Follow us on Twitter or Instagram @EuroTripPodcast, or drop us an email, hello@eurotrippodcast.com. The Euro Trip is brought to you by James Rowe and ...
 
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‘In the open’ is a series of audio works that have been conceived during lockdown conditions and devised for listening during our daily walks and time outdoors. Prompted by the restrictions necessitated by Covid-19, and the way these continue to affect our public and social lives, ‘In the open’ has been created as a way of connecting, at a time when we are separated. Series II presents new works by Ayo Akingbade (London), Rosa Barba (Berlin), Mikhail Karikis (Lisbon), Tarik Kiswanson (Paris) ...
 
Demo Tapes is the music podcast that hits rewind on the careers of some of the world's biggest bands and artists. Presented by Rick Martin (ex NME) and blogger/blagger Sarah Jane Kemp, the podcast features interviews with top musicians, their fans, journalists and anyone with a good tale to tell. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @DemoTapesPod Email us at demotapespod@gmail.com
 
Catholic priests and seminarians talk about the priesthood and about priests who have helped and inspired them in their vocation. Music by Mike Mangione. These Men for Others include St John of the Cross, St Louis Grignon de Montfort, St Maximilian Kolbe, St John Paul II, Blessed Rupert Mayer SJ, Cardinal Otunga, Pater František Pa?ák SJ, Père Maurice Bellière and Fr Michael Hollings. The miraculous image is of the Turin Shroud - the Holy Face of Jesus. For much more, visit Totus2us.com whic ...
 
The Bug Whisperer is a four episode crime podcast produced in Italian based on real life cases of murder mystery. Follow Dr Paola Magni, an Italian forensic entomologist as she dissects crime using insects as her guide. - The Bug Whisperer è un podcast in quattro episodi in italiano, ispirato da altrettanti casi di cronaca nera realmente accaduti. Seguite le storie di Paola Magni, un'entomologa forense che si serve degli insetti per fare luce sui misteri.
 
I graduated from Fordham College in 1964 with a B.S. in physics and from New York University in 1971 with a Ph. D. in physics. I became a science teacher for the New York City Department of Education in 1984, after working in sales and marketing for manufacturers of radiation therapy equipment. Since 1998, I have been working as a copyeditor and writer of science textbooks and ancillaries. I am a member of the Christian Speaker Network and am on the speaker list of The Shroud of Turin Website.
 
From the caves and rock shelters of Europe and the Near East, new evidence is emerging that the ancient people we now know as Neanderthals did not simply scrape by and live in a delicate balance between ape and man, but surrounded themselves with creations of art and culture that we used to think were the exclusive domain of modern humans. Join us in conversation with the experts who are making these discoveries and revolutionizing our ideas about the world of NeanderArt. These conversations ...
 
God created us to become Super Saints. This is about our Journey to Sainthood in these times. Journeys of Faith Ministry, founded by Bob and Penny Lord is about Evangelization through communications, spreading the Good News of the Gospel especially the Lives of the Super Saints. We are all called to become Saints, and each of us has been created uniquely with special features and gifts by God. Our goal is to spend eternity in union with Our God in Heaven. We will focus on the Lives of the Sa ...
 
Imagine they set out to clone the Son of God. Imagine they succeed... The Holy Blood Altar, an elaborate shrine whose centerpiece is said to contain three drops of Jesus Christ’s blood, has for centuries adorned the west choir within the walls of a small, unassuming Catholic cathedral in Rothenberg, Germany. From the time of the Middle Ages the cathedral was little more than a tiny rest stop along the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela until an amazing confirmation was made there. The caps ...
 
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The Miracle of the Eucharist of Turin when God used a Donkey to convey a message. The History of our Church has been one of turmoil. God uses many means to get the job done, people, situations, and very often, miracles. At Turin God Created a Miracle of the Eucharist and used a donkey. When the Piedmontese troops crossed into the country of Exilles…
 
Eurovision 2022 has confirmed 41 participating countries. Armenia and Montenegro are returning. Turkey is staying away. American Eurovision fan William reacts. Eurovision 2022 – 41 confirmed participating countries 🇦🇱 Albania – RTSH 🇦🇲 Armenia – AMPTV 🇦🇺 Australia – SBS 🇦🇹 Austria – ORF 🇦🇿 Azerbaijan – Ictimai TV 🇧🇪 Belgium – RTBF 🇧🇬 Bulgaria – BNT…
 
Juventus marked its return to the field after the October international break with another Allegri special, beating Roma 1-0 to continue their winning ways against Jose Mourinho’s squad at Allianz Stadium. On this week’s episode of The Old Lady Speaks, we discuss: The win over Roma and what stood out during a third straight 1-0 victory in all compe…
 
We've been dealing with some fishy smells in Drew’s car lately and have tried EVERYTHING to exorcise it. We don't understand why it won't go away! Enter the experts… LUCA TURIN is a perfume critic, biophysicist, popular lecturer, and author of several books on science, perfume, and culture, including the original Parfums : le guide (in French). He …
 
We’re off to Turin! Now it’s confirmed; let the hotels, trains, planes, tickets, and holiday bookings begin! Eurovision Insight Podcast: Destination Turin The host city is confirmed, a news Junior Eurovision series begins, and some thoughts on travelling to Turin. Ewan Spence and the ESC Insight team bring you the latest news from the world of the …
 
A 14-foot linen shroud in Turin, Italy bearing the mysterious image of a crucified man. A small linen napkin in Oviedo, Spain stained with blood from a human face. For centuries, these items have been venerated as none other than the burial cloths of Jesus mentioned in the Gospels. But are they genuine? What strange evidence do they contain? Hasn't…
 
We are taking a hard right turn back into the world of religion by discussing the most studied artifact in the world, the Shroud of Turin. Was this the burial cloth of a crucifixion victim (aka JESUS HIMSELF) or a very convincing piece of art fraud? And if it's been studied so prevalently then why can scientists not agree with what the heckin' heck…
 
Chelsea have had better weeks... Matt Davies-Adams is joined by Simon Johnson and Sam Parkin to reflect on a frustrating night in the Champions League after a 1-0 defeat by Juventus in Turin. We get an on the whistle report from our man on the ground Dom Fifield, question the lack of support for Romelu Lukaku up top - and analyse the players who ha…
 
Something is wrong in Gobi desert of Mongolia. For hundreds of years, the nomadic locals have told stories of entire herds of livestock dropping dead without explanation. The elders refuse to cross the sands in fear of having their lives stripped away from them without a moment's notice. Whatever lurks just beneath the surface of the desert sands h…
 
We welcome back Armenia and Montenegro as the entry list is confirmed and we get one week closer to both Junior Eurovision in Paris, and the Eurovision Song Contest in Turin. Eurovision Insight Podcast: Almost Life, The Universe, And Everything The entry list is confirmed, the Parisian stage takes shape, and Eurovision reaches Fortnite. Ewan Spence…
 
Saint Pope John Paul II "Our walk with our most precious Pope John Paul II began in June of 1979. We had come back to our Church four years before and once we tasted of the vine (our 2000 years of unbroken heritage), we couldn’t stay away from all that was Catholic and Church. We took every opportunity to return to the roots of our Faith - the Holy…
 
The BBC is collaborating with UK music agency TaP Music to find the United Kingdom's Eurovision 2022 act and song. Ben Mawson, the company's co-founder, is a powerful figure in the music industry with his ear to the ground and big ambitions. The company represents artists, producers and songwriters, including Dua Lipa, Ellie Goulding, and Lana Del …
 
An exclusive chance to hear Ben Mawson discussing why he's decided to take on the challenge of changing the UK's fortunes at the contest. The boys are also joined by BBC Radio 1's Music Reporter Steve Holden to discuss his interview as they react to the big news. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
A comfortable Champions League win - but at what cost? Simon Johnson and Liam Twomey join Matt Davies-Adams to discuss the 4-0 victory over Malmö - which saw Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner both leave the pitch injured before half-time. We ponder what this could mean for Thomas Tuchel's side ahead of the visit of Norwich City Saturday lunchtime - and…
 
Saint Paul of the Cross was born Paul Francis Danei, on the 3rd of January, 1694, the second of sixteen children. One of his brothers, John Baptist would be very instrumental in the work Our Lord had chosen for St. Paul. His parents, although of nobility, were neither affluent nor privileged. Even though the town hall at Castellazzo had once been t…
 
Taken from 'In Sinu Jesu" a book written by an Irish Monk. This book is the account of the words Jesus spoke to him from a period of 12 years from 2004 to 2016. In Sinu Jesu book is available at most Marketplaces Browse our Rosary Collection Journeys of Faith Bob and Penny Lord’s Store Journeys of Faith Blog Subscribe to our Free Blog Easy Peasy Bo…
 
A bumper episode of the podcast as the Norwegian DJ and songwriter discusses his love for Eurovision and his quest to return to the contest. There's also the inside track on two big Eurovision stories, namely, who'll be representing Greece? And what changes can we expect from Melfest 2022? There's also a lot of talk about calendars... and the conve…
 
Saint Rene Goupil was martyred for making the sign of the Cross on a child's forehead. Saint Isaac Jogues held up under the most horrendous torture and yet chose to return to the natives he loved. To this day, he is considered Apostle of the Indians. Another Martyr, Saint John Lalande risked his life to go and evangelize to the natives, after he wa…
 
Join us for a joyful conversation with the talented and loving fashion designer, creative director and TV host, Thai Nguyen! Thai shares stories from childhood, growing up in Vietnam, discovering fashion, how we felt lost for years and how he found himself again. We talk about mental health and his ongoing coming out journey. He also shares his pas…
 
So...Chelsea's goalkeeper is quite good isn't he? Matt Davies-Adams has got Dom Fifield and Liam Twomey in tow to reflect on the remarkable man of the match performance of Edouard Mendy who ensured the Blues came away from the Brentford Community Stadium with all three points. There's also some love for Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Malang Sarr who starre…
 
Lesley Roy wrote "I'll Be Fine" in Rotterdam, just days after being eliminated from the Semi-Finals of Eurovision 2021. The "Maps" singer tells us about that experience backstage at the Indigo at the London O2. Lesley has been touring the UK and Ireland with Boyzlife -- that's Brian McFadden & Keith Duffy. She tells us why she closes her set with h…
 
The 2012 Contest remains one of the most expensive stagings of the Song Contest to date. With ‘Euphoria‘ it had a memorable winning song, backed up with some strong songs and memories further down the running order. But what else happened in 2012? Welcome to the Crystal Hall… Eurovision Insight Podcast: Eurovision Again 2012 A companion podcast to …
 
Last week’s confirmation of Turin as our host city for the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 has focused the mind of May next year, but there’s a long way to go before we get there. Even the last seven days has seen some big moves by some of the delegations. Let’s round them up in the latest podcast. Eurovision Insight Podcast: Our Village Is Calling Sw…
 
The Life of Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque and the Sacred Heart Devotion The account of how the Sacred Heart Devotion was given to Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque. We traveled to Paray-le-Monial to the Convent of the Visitation where St. Margaret Mary Alacoque received apparitions of Jesus, where He showed her His Sacred Heart, and gave her the promises…
 
The Life of Saint Teresa of Avila Reformer of the Carmelite Order "At last, at last, a daughter of the Church." The life of St. Teresa of Avila We traveled to Avila, and the Convent of the Incarnation where she had mystical experiences, including Transverberation of the Heart. San José in Avila, Valladolid, and Alba de Tormes where she died. This i…
 
The Brentford Community Stadium awaits... Matt Davies-Adams has got Liam Twomey and Sam Parkin alongside him to round up the last knockings of this international break. The it's back to Premier League duty as we look ahead to the trip to Brentford with the help of Jay Harris. There's also a word of Chelsea Women's triumph in Turin, an obligatory Th…
 
Another week, and another podcast where we look back at 2021 and look ahead to 2022. Jeangu Macrooy stops by for a chat to review his experience in Roterdam, and Cristina Giuntini, OGAE Italy's President gives us an update on last week's news that Eurovision is heading to Turin next May. 09:20 - Eurovision news update 15:16 - OGAE Italy's President…
 
It’s the back half of the October international break, which means Juventus is close to returning to the field once again. And it just so happens an old “friend” is coming back to Turin for the first time in a few years. On this week’s episode of The Old Lady Speaks, we discuss: Sunday’s matchup with Roma and just how we’re all feeling about it. An…
 
Is the Premier League back yet?! Simon Johnson and Dom Fifield join Matt Davies-Adams to pass the time as the international break continues... We take a look at how the Blues are faring on their travels, shine a spotlight on another win for Emma Hayes' side - and round off our mid-term reports by dishing out some grades for the Blues midfield and a…
 
Our Lady of Fatima Bob and Penny Lord travel to Fatima, Portugal and then to the Cova da Iria where Mary appeared to the children. They visit Valinhos, and Loca da Cabeco as well as Lucia’s well where the Angel appeared to the children in 1916. The apparitions at Fatima are internationally known and recognized apparitions of Our Lady. The most famo…
 
Parents evening is in session… The international break may be in full swing, but there’s still plenty of Blues-related chat to be had. Matt Davies-Adams has got Dom Fifield and Sam Parkin along for the ride as we dish out some mid-term grades to the Chelsea keepers and defenders. Anne-Marie Batson talks us through the thrilling 3-3 draw at Kingsmea…
 
Victories of the Rosary - Including the Battle of Lepanto October 7 1571 “All we can do now, is pray!” When all else fails, when there is nothing left to do, we pray. A last ditch effort; we’ve tried everything else; it’s out of our control; now all that is left is to pray. Instead, we should begin by praying, recognizing that the most powerful too…
 
The countdown to Eurovision 2022 starts here as the podcast returns for weekly episodes. The boys are joined by the Portuguese boys who took Rotterdam by storm, and there's an update on when we might hear that all important host city decision. 09.16" - Latest Eurovision news 14.17" - Claudio from Eurovision IN join us to discuss the host city race …
 
Grab your blankie and teddy, it's time for some spooky stories! It's one of our fave times of the year - Halloween! Join us for a fun chat about costumes, candy and creepy-crawlies… LINKS N’ THINGS: Thanks to our friends at ADT for making it possible for us to share these stories in a safe and secure place, At Home. https://www.adt.com/AtHome Check…
 
Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos American Miracle Worker We go to the Church of St Mary in New Orleans, Louisiana to chronicle one of the most powerful Healing Saints we have ever researched. See the Shrine to Blessed Seelos. Visit the Seelos Walk of Life at the Shrine which follows the history of his life in America, his missions during the Civil War…
 
Saint Faustina and Divine Mercy God’s Messenger of Divine Mercy Bob and Penny Lord trace the life of Saint Faustina and the Origin of Divine Mercy Devotion. There is a time for Mercy and a time for Justice. Expelling Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden was an act of God’s Justice. But even then, as the Angel was blocking the way to the Tree of Lif…
 
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