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A Concerned Citizen

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Utilizes narrative storytelling, archival audio, and immersive soundscapes to explore true stories of white-collar criminals, con artists, and corporate evil. From corruption and fraud to Ponzi schemes and environmental disasters, these financially motivated crimes have shaped our world in unimaginable ways. All in the name of greed.
 
The ‘Movie Survival Podcast‘ finds hosts Johnny and Shane taking a comedic approach to prepping culture by assessing iconic scenarios from disaster movies and post-apocalyptic fiction, and the possibilities of survival in each case. ScreenRant.com called it ”an interesting commentary on pop culture while also making way for unlikely survival tips.”
 
Intuitive astrologer Shelley Overton has hosted AstroEnergy for a decade. She lives in Orlando, Florida. Shelley has studied astrology and given readings for over 30+ years. Shelley is the host of the AstroEnergy Astrology Show on Soundcloud.com, after being a guest astrologer on the national radio show The Lisa J Smith Show on CBS radio network' The New Sky Radio. Shelley loves to connect to new people, and help others through astrology and life coaching. You can reach her at www.AngelicZod ...
 
The new MintPress podcast hosted by British-Iraqi hip hop artist Lowkey -- The Watchdog, closely examines organizations in the public interest including intelligence, lobby, and special interest groups influencing policies and that target dissent. The Watchdog goes against the grain by casting a light on stories largely ignored by the mainstream, corporate media. Listen to the latest Lowkey music on iTunes (https://music.apple.com/us/artist/lowkey/157616301) and Spotify (https://open.spotify ...
 
Hosted by Kyle Marshall, owner of Media Lab YYC, Creative Block features interviews with artists and entrepreneurs about where they came from, what they're doing now, and where they want to go. Certain episodes profile internet culture and how that influences online creators.
 
Doctor WHeasel is long-running comedy-drama scifi adventure serial, which since 2016 has combined ironic, meta-aware humour and homages to classic British TV scifi. Now in its 5th series, each episode sees heroic Time-Weasel, Doctor WHeasel, and his hapless companion, Advick Goose, careen from disaster to triumph and back again. The series created by Llordllama, features a talented revolving cast of amateur and professional voice artists. Prior to the podcast, Doctor WHeasel was created in 2 ...
 
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Morey Creative Studios

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A social justice podcast combining hard-hitting journalism and interviews with hip-hop music and original lyrics from independent artists. Each episode delves into an important issue with an alternative take to widely accepted narratives, arming listeners with knowledge and insight they won't hear from mainstream media outlets.
 
Men's creativity and culture. Triumph and Disaster is a show dedicated to fascinating conversations with real guy's guy artists in every creative field and endeavor. Whether it's acting, writing, directing, producing, photography, art, music, cooking, brewing, distilling, raw denim, blacksmithing, custom furniture, coffee roasting, custom cars/motorcycles... you name it. Any manly art and creative craft goes on the T&D Podcast as long as it's done with balls and integrity. Brought to you by ...
 
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R Cro / Robo Slush / HADR / John stokes / Ty Maxon

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The only music podcast that isn't afraid to ask the really tough question: Is It Worse Than 311? Each episode we examine the careers of any given artist and take the piss out of the life works of people who are far, far more successful than ourselves (mostly). Through our cynical analysis we hope to help listeners discover the albums that they'll love to add to their collection and those that you only listen to out of morbid curiosity. But most importantly we are looking for some truths that ...
 
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www.offbeatoregon.com (finn @ offbeatoregon.com)

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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 ...
 
Chris G. has been in the Music Business since 2006 as a concert promoter, artist manager, and booking agent. “Making It” is not about being on top of the charts, winning mainstream awards, or having millions of social media followers. Though those things are nice, that’s a very small percentage of the industry. “Making It” is about having conversations with people that do what they love full time, instead of being stuck with a career they hate. Throughout his journey, Chris has met many insp ...
 
Cities and Memory remixes the world, one sound at a time - a global collaboration between artists and sound recordists all over the world. The project presents an amazingly-diverse array of field recordings from all over the world, but also reimagined, recomposed versions of those recordings as we go on a mission to remix the world. What you'll hear in the podcast are our latest sounds - either a field recording from somewhere in the world, or a remixed new composition based solely on those ...
 
Welcome to "Be Strong To Be Useful" or BSTBU, the "sister" podcast of the Multi-Hazards podcast at multi-hazards.libsyn.com! Host Vin Nelsen launches on a new podcast adventure, addressing a variety of issues with shorter episodes, lots of solos and maybe some surprises like cool interviews with rappers and musicians, movie producers and actors, maybe music and movie reviews and other @*@! Join the adventure with host, Vin Nelsen . . . Be Strong to be Useful (BSTBU) . . . all about being s ...
 
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Seas The Day Podcast - Duke University Marine Lab

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Seas The Day is a podcast produced at the Duke University Marine Lab, in Beaufort, North Carolina. Reflecting the diverse research and educational interests of faculty, students, and staff, Seas the Day covers a wide range of topics related to marine science and conservation. We talk about some of the biggest animals in the oceans and some of the smallest. We talk about management efforts by local communities and by international agreements. We hear from natural and social scientists, engine ...
 
A half interview-1/2 dice game podcast where our guests create a UTOPIA for 1,000,000 people before we set out trying to destroy it with earthquakes, outbreaks, 500ft monsters and maybe even a bus that can't slow down.Please share, rate & subscribe! Send in any feedback or even your own disaster scenarios (!) to:utopiaworldproblems@gmail.comHost Luke: @lucasstation (twitter/instagram)Producer Max: @deep_pan_wasteman (instagram)
 
Picture this podcast and its host as the bastard lovechild of Bob Ross, Julia Child, Stephen King, and Don Rickles. We'll talk about art, culture, current events, people, sex, and the bizarre. We'll have a glorious disaster in our hands, my friends. Whatever comes out of this podcast will be delicious and oftentimes naughty. Some of you may come out of it a bit scared and maybe (if I'm lucky) a little horny. Sit down, have a drink, and let's talk. Cover art photo provided by Kai Pilger on Un ...
 
Step into our adult reality where we engage pop culture icons with uninhibited porn stars in revealing conversations, but we warn you - DISCRETION ADVISED. Every other Tuesday, the dirty minds behind Falcon | NakedSword bring you award-winning gay porn director Marc MacNamara and reality TV producer John Hill as they finger the pulse of pop culture. Listen while these industry insiders pull back the curtain to expose the truth behind reality television and gay porn with their honest opinions ...
 
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Jonathan T Gilliam: US Navy SEAL and FBI Special Agent

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US Navy SEAL and FBI Special Agent Jonathan T Gilliam presents The EXPERTS! Finally, the unmedia media that uses real experts for analysis of current events instead of the usual talking heads and inexperienced ideologues. In-depth and sometimes hilarious dialogue abounds. Come along for the ride, THE TRUTH, HAS, ARRIVED! Show Music: Artist-BURNOS, Song-Octane
 
Welcome to The Invisible Gift, the show all about turning the disability of dyslexia into possibility. Andrew Kitley grew up knowing he was different. His dyslexia made it difficult for Andrew to learn the same way others did in school. Despite Andrew possessing exceptional abilities in other areas, he was told he had a problem, a disability. Andrew left school frustrated, unfulfilled, without reaching his full potential. This could have been a disaster but it turned out to be a blessing. An ...
 
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Jack Ayres & Matthew Biddulph | Two Professional Voice Actors & Voice Over Artists | Comedy Podcast for Movie Lovers | Films, Actors & Funny Trailers | UK

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Mockbusters is a comedy podcast where two voice actors battle it out to pitch the ultimate movie. Each week, they'll be given a random genre and six hilarious randomly generated movie titles and they'll have just two hours to come up with a kick ass movie trailer to sell their idea to a special guest judge. Whose movie will be thrown out as trailer trash and whose will be awarded the prestigious title of.... Mockbuster.
 
Our story begins in 1973 when the shy and reclusive schoolboy Jeff would spend hours hiding in the "studio" (little more than a school broom cupboard) with a record player, a cassette recorder and a handful of scratched 45's endlessly trying to emulate the DJs he would listen to whilst hiding under his bedcovers with his battered transistor radio pressed to his ear all night long endlessly as he tried to maintain the shaky reception to stations like Radio Luxembourg, the FAB 208, where you c ...
 
We heard you like movies. We do too. Dapo, Tobe & Tom present a fresh take on the world of film with all the outrageous views and delightul insight you need, all in 40 minutes. Don't forget to comment, subscribe, review & share! Twitter & Instagram: @PlotlinePodcast, @ddaappoo, @Tobester95 #PlotlinesPodcast Facebook: Plotlines & Popcorn
 
Each week, two British-Arab creatives check in with each other and a rotating cast of multicultural friends from the world of writing, filmmaking, music, art and more. Bootleg Magic is like catching up with your friends, and discussing mental health, pandemics, love, relationships and all the other stuff that makes up our daily life. The podcast wraps up with a roundup of the pop culture from around the world that you need in your life to help you deal with it all.
 
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"Like the narrators, I have a fondness for all things space, astrophysics and the big questions like: is the Universe going to end, what are black holes, and why does Surf Guitar sound dangerous? I wanted to create an aural canvas for the late night presenters and their smooth delivery, but there's a lot of flux and chaos around, and some of that c…
 
""Tahiti" is a sound abstraction based on a short fragment of "Radio Tahiti" broadcast in the 19 meter band where popular music is heard with brief spoken descriptions in-between. The composition reflects artistically on the distortion experienced by a message through a variable and unpredictable channel like radio transmission in the bands below 3…
 
"For me, the noise of the tube shortwave radio was the first "music" I heard in my life. Ever since then, radio and its broadcasts have been a part of my life. When I was a teenager, I often listened to Radio Moscow because I was geographically close to it and could receive it well. This was right around the same time as this source. It was a time …
 
"Domus Aurea' came directly out my ongoing fascination with Italian history and larger artistic interests. Firstly, it is about two very specific historical things. It is about the Domus Aurea, which from I understand is no longer accessible. To quote Wikipedia, "It was a vast landscaped complex built by the Emperor Nero largely on the Oppian Hill …
 
"I really wanted to do a track that has old samples in it for atmosphere and the Transmission I was working with gave many juicy bits, it was tough to select. I composed the beats on mobile apps and mixed it down in Audacity." Composition by Jakub Rokita. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwa…
 
"I selected this sample based on the use of a piano, considering it would make a composition much easier. While my composition turned out more ambient than structured, the sample holds even the “air” behind the piano to keep it in the past." Composition by Tony Bartels. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the so…
 
This program from January 24, 1982 from my archives is from Radio Canada International which was called Bonsoir Africa. This was somewhat of a mailbag program which read listeners letters. I was fortunate to have a tape recorder running since this was a program about astronomy that was requested by me. This may be the first time I ever heard my nam…
 
One of the great things about DXing and SWLing is the variety of music one can hear. One of my favorite stations to listen to on shortwave for “exotic music” was Radio Tahiti, Papeete, French Polynesia, when they were still on shortwave. If my memory serves me correctly, I believe something happened to the transmitter, and they never got back on SW…
 
Live, off-air, approximately forty-minute recording of the 2018 Christmas Message and "Urbi et Orbi" Blessing of Pope Francis as broadcast by Radio Vaticana (Vatican Radio), a division of Vatican Media, on 25 December 2018 beginning at 10:50 UTC on a shortwave frequency of 15695 kHz. This broadcast originated from a 250 kW transmitter at Santa Mari…
 
These recordings were originally provided to me on reel-to-reel tape directly from Radio Moscow (which I dubbed to a cassette). At that time, I was program director at St. Cloud State University's radio station KVSC-FM (St. Cloud, MN) and aired Moscow Mailbag once a week during the afternoon news block programming. Transcription shows from other sh…
 
Live, off-air, approximately 20-minute recording of the program "Warmongers' Monthly" transmitted as part of the daily evening show "Tonight" in the North American Service of Radio Moscow on 8 September 1987 around 01:20 UTC on 7400 kHz. The broadcast originated from one of the many Radio Moscow transmission sites in the Soviet Union or was relayed…
 
"I used the original recording 'Alfons and the Magic Christmas Tree' in my composition 'The War on Hugs. I wanted to create a piece of music that made me feel like a child at Christmas, but Christmasses gone by, before lockdowns and restrictions, when we could see our families at this festive time of year to celebrate. Last Christmas I could only s…
 
"I let the sonic qualities of the transmission dictate the music. I feel much of my music is like an imperfectly tuned radio set anyway. Amusing coincidence = I share my birthday with Pol Pot." Composition by Neil Campbell. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see…
 
National Radio of Kampuchea @ 918 kHz (MW) heard at 23.00 UTC in West Malaysia. Strong reception up to 00.00 UTC; signal was faintly heard up to 05.00 UTC. Date of recording: 4/19/2012 Starting time: 23.00 UTC Frequency: 918 kHz Recorded by Timm Breyel, courtesy of the Shortwave Radio Archive. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documentin…
 
"In making this little mix, I thought about the spirit of the community organization that sent out the original story to its members. The holiday story of the man finding amazement through rare and hard to find short wave stations is both sweet and eccentric, reflecting the hopes and dreams of a group of short-wave enthusiasts in West Virginia, USA…
 
""Phoenix ou Lam(in)e(s)" is a short piece composed of small portions taken from the radiophonic original (in particular the Russian songs) and completely re-transformed to be grafted into a new sound tissue produced with a modified analogue magnetophone and demagnetized tape. A sort of regeneration, then, like the mythical phoenix rising from its …
 
"The original recording contains a BBC World Service news report from 1982 concerning the Falklands War. The broadcast is indistinct – distorted, muffled and blended with strange clicks and interference noises. Listening to it triggered some childhood memories (also distorted, muffled and blended) which inspired my piece. I tried to make something …
 
For leaders of the “Good Government Congress,” the Great Depression was a golden opportunity to crystallize popular bewilderment into hatred that could be used to grab for power. And it worked ... too well, as it turned out. (Medford, Jackson County; 1930s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1605c.jackson-county-rebellion-part2-39…
 
This is a recording of a story featured on HCJB’s DX Party Line hosted by Clayton Howard. As far as I remember it was recorded in December 1974. It’s a short story from SPEEDX about the reception of Tristan Da Cunha and St Helena. SPEEDX ran from 1971 until a declining membership forced its closure in 1995. Recorded by Paul Rawdon, courtesy of the …
 
A studio recording of Radio Moscow featuring Joe Adamov’s New Year’s Eve show. Recorded by Tom Gavaras, courtesy of the Shortwave Radio Archive. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole project at https://citiesandmemory.com/shortwave…
 
From April 30, 1982 I submit this recording of London Calling the Falkland Islands. I failed to record the time and frequency of this recording but it likely came from Ascension Island. This recording was made during the height of the Falklands War and many mentions to the conflict can be heard in the broadcast. Recorded by Tom Laskowski, courtesy …
 
Guest: Renée Leeuwner | Communications and Media Executive at Two Oceans Aquarium If you’re out at sea paddling or sailing in the next few days and happen to spot a sea turtle swimming past, take a moment to raise an oar or dip a sail, because it could be one of a very special group given a second chance at life by the Two Oceans Aquarium Education…
 
Guest: Despina Senatore It’s back to school tomorrow and lots of us marking quite special years as our babies start high school, or in my case, move into their final year of schooling with all the big choices that entails. It can feel quite overwhelming knowing how best to support them, particularly as they make key decisions around future careers …
 
Guest: Anton Crone 2022 is in full swing, so before the stress and rigours of the year weigh you down, you may want to start planning your next holiday. We reached out to the editor of Getaway magazine, Anton Crone to give some advice about the best places to spend a holiday this year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Guest: Grant Lottering Grant Lottering is a cyclist who survived a massive high speed crash in the Italian Alps in 2013. Overcoming traumatic, near-fatal injuries including multiple fractures, he vowed not only to get back on his bicycle, but to make it count for more than his own personal sporting achievement. See omnystudio.com/listener for priva…
 
"The original recording was just over an hour of a Channel Africa news broadcast from (I think) Oct 3, 2014 being broadcast from Johannesburg, South Africa. Channel Africa is a broadcaster that uses multiple media (radio, internet radio, shortwave) to reach as wide an audience throughout the continent of Africa as possible. However, despite their c…
 
"All sounds were created using samples of the original recording, except the drum track. The Radio Casablanca recording had lots of 1920s/30s big band swing recordings which made the basis of most of the sounds used, and then I resampled/edited these till I found parts I liked. Then it all came together. I kept parts of the original recording and u…
 
"In this soundwork I used a recording of a radio service shortwaves transmission test as the original basis. I was intrigued by creating a sonic world from this source material of effectively white noises and high frequencies' testings. I wanted to create an inner, musical life for the shortwaves, in which the high frequencies evolve and reveal the…
 
"While creating the track I used sounds from AE Modular and source samples uploaded into a Volca Sample. It was played live and recorded. The story in the source recording depicts race relations in USA as in some fairytale. America looks like the land of tolerance for all minorities and immigrants from all around the world which is just a cheesy pr…
 
""Kailash Dmyal-ba Ngari" is the echo of Tibet radio station, voice of yi-dvags from the deep underground network of Mount Kailash in Tibet. Ngari was the heart of the ancient kingdom of Guge, the once flourishing ancient kingdom virtually disappeared, leaving theorists to suspect they fled underground to Mount Kailash - one of the most mysterious …
 
Channel Africa is the international service of SABC of South Africa and the successor to the apartheid era Radio RSA. It currently broadcasts on shortwave in 7 languages from the Meyerton transmitter site located around 40 miles south of Johannesburg. Recorded by Stephen Cooper, courtesy of the Shortwave Radio Archive. Part of the Shortwave Transmi…
 
"On Sunday, December 17th, around 22:00 UTC, I happened to pick up the last thirty minutes of Radio Casablanca; a pirate that plays a nostalgic mix of music from the 1930's and 1940's. They were broadcasting on 6939 kHz in AM. Close your eyes, and you can imagine what it must have sounded like back in the day Phyllis Jeanne Creore Westerman graced …
 
A test transmission from Shortwave Service (www.ShortwaveService.com) consisting of voice, music and continuous tones. The radio DSP Noise Reduction circuit is turned on and off during the recording to reveal the raw signal and to get clarity on some of the announcements. Recorded by Mark Hirst, courtesy of the Shortwave Radio Archive. Part of the …
 
The Voice of America's Learning English service (formerly VOA Special English). This VOA broadcast was recorded on January 4, 2014 starting a little before 01:30 UTC on 7,465 kHz. It begins with a few seconds of VOA’s interval signal. Recorded by Thomas Witherspoon, courtesy of the Shortwave Radio Archive. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions projec…
 
"Recording of the Tibet People's Broadcasting Station from Lhasa, Tibet. This is a short recording of the station ID with time pips at the top of the hour (12:00 UTC) and identification including English. Recorded in Pennsylvania in the eastern United States on January 20, 2004 using a Drake R8 with a longwire external antenna." Recorded by Brett S…
 
In this episode of r/TalesofNeckbeards we meet a pair of neckbeard neighbors the provide some massive cringe... Afterwards we wrap things up with a neckbeard pick up line after almost committing a hit and run. Obviously, it didn't go like he planned and being the neckbeard he is he just gets mad at the refusal. Classic neckbeard stories content! Yo…
 
Just hours before it is set to begin, dozens of acts are withdrawing from the prestigious Sydney Festival in protest of the event’s sponsorship by the Israeli Embassy. One group that has chosen to do so are Melbourne-based musicians Karate Boogaloo, who explained that: Boycotts and divestments have a strong track record of holding governments and c…
 
An autocratic populist from southern California, arriving in Medford in a flashy Cadillac, managed to position himself as a leader of the poor and disenfranchised. The results would rock the county, and the state, to the core. (Medford, Jackson County; 1930s) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1605b.llewellyn-banks-murder-boss-390…
 
Guest: Kevin Botha Pop Rock band Satellite 79 released their latest album ‘Into The Sun’ towards the end of last year – the same core group - but with a new singer and drummer. The band has been around for many years, with the core group, Kevin Botha on bass and harmonica and Alec Leicher on guitars. Johannesburg-born and raised, Kevin has also col…
 
Guests: Rhiannon Thomas Dr Lorna Olckers You might have heard of Conscious Uncoupling, but Milkwood offers a similar process called Concious Parting. We speak to Rhiannon Thomas, a lawyer at Milkwood, a collaborative legal consultancy, and Dr Lorna Olckers, a social worker in private practice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
"This piece blends snippets of the original recording with minimalist notes and rhythmical accents which were written and produced as playing an homage to the Mr. Rentaro Taki, the composer of "Kojo no Tsuki" a folk-inspired piece that has long served as interval signal for NHK World Radio, the Japanese public broadcasters shortwave services, and s…
 
"I isolated several frequency bands that stood out in the original file. The piece is an attempt to capture the swirling trajectories of the shortwave broadcasts flying across your head." Composition by Joe Pino. Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenting and reimagining the sounds of shortwave radio - find out more and see the whole …
 
"Keeping the vocal parts of the original recording, I removed some background noise using an audio editor program. The tune was made using some drum samples, synths and plugins. A fan, send me a message about this project. I thought it was a great idea." Composition by Xan Eden (The Fade Beta). Part of the Shortwave Transmissions project, documenti…
 
Radio art & sound edit: Tara Downs Writer & stand up poet: Jonny Fluffypunk Jonny Fluffypunk: "One of the joys of Short-wave listening that has captivated me all these years is the pure randomness and unpredictability of the experience...' I was inspired by the explanation that accompanied the original recording; the listener surprised and thrilled…
 
"As a natural life cycle occurrence, death invites either solidarity or diplomacy. The death of Japan’s Emperor Hirohito in the first January weekend of 1989 brought an end to the so-called ‘62 year-long “Shōwa” (昭和) period of war and peace’. With imperial Japan’s atrocities during World War II long laid to rest, the whole world—including nations f…
 
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