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Award-winning audio producer John Scott Dryden brings you into a dystopian future, in which the birth rate has plummeted and the United States has become a theocracy called Gilead. Women who are capable of childbirth are pulled out of society and trained as handmaids, then assigned to men for the sole purpose of procreation. From the same source material as the critically acclaimed Hulu series, this six part series of “The Handmaid’s Tale” is audio fiction at its finest. Listen to new episod ...
 
Welcome to the official Menswear Style Podcast hosted by Lifestyle Editor, Peter Brooker, who has experience in running an independent men's clothing store and the co-author of a book on the style of James Bond. In this clothes and apparel industry focused podcast show we speak to some of the most innovative brands and truly inspiring entrepreneurs from within the fashion world, to get a detailed insight into their startup stories and get an insight into sustainability, marketing and eCommer ...
 
The "Greater Podcast" is a podcast, hosted by the Project 3:30 team, where millennials can share their stories, struggles, and perspective on various topics all for the sole purpose of inspiring others to let God be GREATER. Email Us - info@proj330.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/proj330/support
 
Edible Radio podcasts are produced in association with Edible Communities, Inc., a network of over 70 Edible Magazines in the Unites States and Canada. Featuring conversations with leading writers, thinkers, and eaters from the S.O.L.E. food movement, Edible Radio podcasts are recognized for stories on sustainable, organic, local and ethical food issues.
 
A thrilling intergalactic adventure, Star Surgeon follows the journey of Dal Timgar as he strives to achieve his lifelong goal of becoming a physician. Published in 1959, the novel explores themes of discrimination, prejudice, and racial oppression, while also presenting key elements of science fiction including interplanetary travel, intergalactic medicine, aliens, and advanced technology. The thrilling tale begins with the introduction of Dal Timgar, a young alien from Garv, who has aspire ...
 
A Real Man, Men Want Him Beside Them, Women Want Him Inside Them. ~ John D. The ARMed Comic! NRA, ΜΟΛΩΝΛΑΒΕ, SonOfLiberty, OathKeeper, III%, 2A, 1A, Vet, 1776! John D. ~ The ARMed Comic, the most White, Armed, Racist, Homophobic, Misogynistic, Perverted, Pornographic, Pedophile, Rapist Comic ever! At least that's what the media will accuse him of in order to shut him down. John D. is a No Apologies, God Fearin', Gun Totin' Flag Wavin' American Real Man whose sole mission in life is to make i ...
 
Best buds George Service and Matthew Wright dive head first into the illustrious career of legendary actor Nicholas Cage. With the task of watching and reviewing in chronological order the films of Nicolas Cage, past, present and future with the sole purpose of answering the question: 'Nicolas Cage, good or bad?' A film review and life lesson all at once. What more could you ask for? A film review and a life lesson at the same time. What more could you ask for?
 
The Sacred Donut is an interdimensional journey through altered states of consciousness, sacred conversations and non-ordinary story telling. Podcast creator Nataline Ruth Cruz is a practitioner of many modalities, traditional and non-traditional. She is a Shamanic practitioner, learning from great teachers in the Andean and Mexica traditions, and in the Maya Cosmology. She has been walking on the Maya path for several years and has been initiated as a Maya Priest, recognized by the Maya Nat ...
 
Craig Church Ministries is a 501(c)3, non-profit ministry, which was established in 2007, with the sole purpose of taking Truth to the world! The heart of CCM is to reach the Lost (Luke 19:10), revive the Church (Ezekiel 37:3,10), restore the family (Malachi 4:6), and rescue this generation (Psalm 51:5). CCM is based on the principles, promises, and truths of God’s word. Through revivals, conferences, sports outreach, prison ministry, transitional ministry, and international missions, Craig ...
 
The Book of Ecclesiastes ( /ɨˌkliːziˈæstiːz/; literally "Book of the Teacher"; Hebrew: קֹהֶלֶת‎‎, Qoheleth), commonly referred to simply as Ecclesiastes (abbreviated "Ecc."), is a book of the Hebrew Bible. The English name derives from the Greek translation of the Hebrew title.The main speaker in the book, identified by the name or title Qoheleth (usually translated as "teacher" or "preacher"), introduces himself as "son of David, king in Jerusalem." The work consists of personal or autobiog ...
 
Regarded as the one of the earliest examples of feminist philosophy, A Vindication of the Rights of Woman is written as a direct response to Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord, a French politician who delivered a report to the French National Assembly suggesting that women should only receive domestic education and additionally encourages women to stay clear of political affairs. In her treatise, Wollstonecraft avidly criticizes this inadequate perception of women as an inferior sex and ...
 
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Stories of missing persons occasionally show up on the nightly news. It’s an occurrence that often goes under-reported ... and unsolved. The Vanished podcast from Wondery has changed the way we look at these cases, by telling stories of missing persons that often go overlooked by the media. In a recent 3-part series, Marissa investigates the case o…
 
Cidny Bullens is a singer-songwriter whose career first took off in the 1970s, touring with Elton John and singing on the soundtrack for the movie Grease. Solo success would follow with two Grammy nominations. Cidny's style was androgynous - big hair, jumpsuits, flares, leather jackets... topped off with an electric guitar. But hidden behind the ac…
 
When 17-year-old Paloma Romero travelled to the UK in the early 1970s, she was in search of freedom and opportunities that didn't exist in her native Spain, ruled at the time by the dictator Franco. Soon, Paloma fell in with the world of punk music, and (following a mix-up over her name) called herself Palmolive. She started a relationship with Joe…
 
Hassan Al Kontar always dreamed of being a journalist, but it was a dream he felt he couldn't pursue in his native Syria, so in 2006 he moved to the United Arab Emirates. But when the Syrian conflict began in 2011, Hassan was faced with an agonising choice - either leave his job, go home, and face military service or stay in the UAE and risk losing…
 
Professor Gisela Kaplan has had a lifelong bond with birds. As a lonely child in post-war Berlin, she would visit a family of swans for company. They made her feel safe and comfortable, offering some consolation during an otherwise hard childhood. This relationship formed a fascination with birds that eventually saw her becoming a highly-regarded e…
 
7L is a functional-first performance brand that manages to fuse fashion with function and performance with style. Our highly technical products harness a combination of innovative design, high-performance fabrics and technically advanced manufacturing creating luxury products that not only look great, but are built to last a lifetime. In this episo…
 
In 1988, after colliding with a fishing trawler at the surface, the Peruvian submarine Pacocha sank to the bottom of the Pacific ocean. With 22 men trapped inside, with no water, a fire on board and depleting oxygen, First Lieutenant Roger Cotrina Alvarado was determined to save his crew. An escape plan was hatched, but getting out of the submarine…
 
Your favorite podcast hosts take a trip down memory lane...shackles and everything. Why Is Nich so hungry this week? Why is Kirstan always wrong? Do you have your pocket Steve Jobs? When you get the answers to these questions you'll probably end up speechless. Hosted by Nicholas Finch & Kirstan Cunningham New Episodes every Thursday!! Please subscr…
 
On the 15th of July, 2011, 24-year-old Dan O’Keeffe went missing from his parents’ home in the state of Victoria, Australia.The family reported him missing but as there were no suspicious circumstances it wasn’t classed as a priority by the police and so Dan’s sister, Loren quit her job and led the long and gruelling search to try and find him, bri…
 
Keeth Smart is an all-time great in the US in the sport of fencing. He was the first American to be ranked the number one fencer in the world. But in 2004 he suffered a devastating defeat at the Olympics when he lost a medal by one point. So in 2008 he was determined to redeem his reputation. Months out from the games, he noticed that his gums and …
 
In 2004, young biologist Diego Calderón was captured while on a field trip in the Colombian Andes. His captors were Farc guerrillas, who held him for three months, seeking a ransom payment. Life in the Farc camp was basic and tedious, but Diego kept himself busy by studying the wildlife in the unique cloud forest habitat where he was held. Years la…
 
When Desmond Meade’s wife Sheena ran for public office in Florida, he wanted nothing more than for her to win. But there was one thing he couldn’t do – vote for her. As an ex-felon, Desmond had a lifetime ban on voting. It was a 150-year-old law that affected over a million people, and so Desmond and Sheena led a historic campaign to overturn it. A…
 
Antônio Sena is a Brazilian pilot who survived a dramatic plane crash in the Amazon rainforest earlier this year. He found himself alone, with very little food, and hundreds of kilometres from the nearest town. After waiting a week for rescuers to find him, he set off on an arduous trek into the dense forest. He tells Emily Webb that he kept himsel…
 
Is Nich any good at bowling? Did Kirstan witness an accidental shooting? How many fireworks can you buy with your PPP loan? Get the answers to these questions and a whole lot more. GET YOUR SHOT...or NOT! It's your business. Hosted by Nicholas Finch & Kirstan Cunningham New Episodes every Thursday!! Please subscribe, rate, and review! Listen on App…
 
Coming off of Fathers day and Men's mental health month in June, the guys are joined by Sam Akinribade to talk specifically to the men. Tune in as we attempt to define biblical manhood and share what we're learning, experiencing, and pursuing as men. Tune in and share with those closest to you! Ladies, this is for you too! #TheGreaterPod --- Send i…
 
In 2015 the Syrian town of Darayya was under siege. Its residents were being subjected to almost constant shelling, no-one could enter or leave, food was running out and there wasn’t enough medicine to treat the sick and injured. But deep in the bowels of a high-rise building, in a basement room, Darayya’s residents were slipping into a very differ…
 
Gareth Thomas is one of the most successful and famous Welsh rugby players of all time. He's also celebrated for being the first rugby player in the world to come out as gay. But when he was diagnosed with HIV, he was wracked with fear because of the stigma the condition carries. He started telling a few people close to him about his HIV status, bu…
 
OBLIVIOUS? is a ready-to-wear clothing brand with a focus on the positive power of questions, made responsibly in Europe. They believe questions have the power to build closer relationships, make better decisions and learn more about ourselves and the world around us. Their aim is for clothes to spark conversations, help you self-express, as well a…
 
Matthew 'Kashy' Keegan knew from a very young age that he wanted to be a pop star. He just didn't know how. He spent years writing and making music and knocking on the doors of the music industry but to no avail. By age 25, demoralised and fed up, he decided to quit. He took a job at a radio station and settled into his new life. But years later, w…
 
On the next episode of The Sacred Donut, we explore The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz... One of Nataline's favorite books to recommend as homework, for a day to guide to becoming a person of personal power and mastery. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/natalinercruz) Creator: Nataline R. Cruz Producer/Engineer: Theresa M. Sanchez …
 
Kathrine Switzer is a US runner whose dream - back in 1967 - was to be allowed to run a marathon. Back then there was a belief that women were physically incapable of doing such long distances, and it could even be dangerous for their health. Kathrine was 20 when she signed up for the world famous Boston Marathon using only her initials, but when s…
 
Aged 16 Amra Sabic El-Rayess was a grade-A student with a bright future ahead but then one day when she got to school almost all her ethnic Serb classmates were gone. This was Bihać in Bosnia Herzegovina in June 1992 and the city was soon surrounded by ethnic Serb forces. The remaining mainly Bosnian Muslims, which included Amra and her family, wou…
 
In 2015, Czech artist Barbora Kysilkova had two of her paintings stolen from a gallery in the Norwegian capital Oslo. Months later, a surprising encounter with one of the thieves in the courtroom led to an enduring friendship between the painter and the thief. As their friendship evolved, Karl-Bertil Nordland became not just Barbora’s friend, but a…
 
Sir Trevor McDonald grew up in Trinidad, but when he got a job with the BBC World Service, he moved to the UK. He went on to become the first black television reporter and one of the country's most prominent presenters. Over the course of his career, he's interviewed Saddam Hussein, Colonel Gaddafi and even danced on screen with Desmond Tutu. He’s …
 
A complicated sisterhood: growing up, Arifa Akbar and her older sister Fauzia had shared everything from a bedroom, to secrets, to favourite movies and books. They'd moved from Lahore, Pakistan to London for a better life but ended up destitute. The change took its toll on Fauzia who developed depression as a teenager. Complex feelings of jealousy …
 
The Thunder was the most notorious and elusive poaching ship in the world; for ten years governments had struggled to catch it. Then, in 2014, a crew from the organisation Sea Shepherd - known for its anti-whaling activity - found it illegally hunting Patagonian toothfish in the ice floes of the Antarctic and decided to stop it. They pursued the Th…
 
Why do little things offend everyone? Who was in charge of Ikea's Juneteenth celebration? Why does Kirstan hate the piccolo? Get the answers to these questions and a whole lot more. You'll laugh a lot this week! Hosted by Nicholas Finch & Kirstan Cunningham New Episodes every Thursday!! Please subscribe, rate, and review! Listen on Apple Podcasts, …
 
Sa'di al-Hadithi is one of Iraq's best-loved vocalists, known for researching, collecting and translating the folk songs and poetry from the area around the city of Haditha, where he grew up. Raised mostly by his grandmother, his memories of childhood are full of music and poetry, and of the love of his family - but following the Ba'ath party's ris…
 
In March 2017 Amin Dzhabrailov was dragged out of the hair salon where he worked and bundled into the boot of a car. It was the start of an unprecedented crackdown targeting LGBT people in the Russian republic of Chechnya. Amin says he was taken to a warehouse and tortured alongside other gay men before being outed to his family, who were encourage…
 
In 2014, Debayan Sen was cleaning the family attic in Kolkata when he made an unexpected discovery: a dusty, old vinyl record called Disco Jazz. What astonished him was that his mother Rupa was on the cover. Debayan had no idea his very traditional Indian mother had even had a music career. Not only would that album reveal Rupa’s secret disco past …
 
There are disturbing descriptions throughout this episode. In the 1970s a serial killer was on the loose in South East Asia. His name was Charles Sobhraj, better known as 'The Serpent'. When tourists began going missing, or turning up dead, Dutch diplomat Herman Knippenberg was tasked with investigating the disappearances. The chilling evidence he …
 
In 1974, Australian concert producer Robert Raymond got the gig of his life – organising the comeback tour of his musical idol, Frank Sinatra. The anticipation in Australia was huge and the tour sold out immediately. But when his opening night performance caused a scandal, Sinatra found himself caught in a stand-off… and Robert Raymond had the bigg…
 
As the only female Category-A International Arbiter in Asia, Shohreh Bayat has represented Iran at chess tournaments all around the world. That position came with a big responsibility and a lot of rules as to what she could and could not do and more importantly, wear.In Iran, the law requires women to wear modest "Islamic" clothing. This requiremen…
 
Christian Clot is an explorer who travels to the world's most inhospitable places to try and survive. But recently, he worked with scientists on something a little different. Christian took 14 others into a cavernous cave system in south-western France to see what happens to humans' perception of time in the absence of clocks and natural light. The…
 
69-year-old Sharon Lavigne has six children and 12 grandchildren and, by her own admission, has never been one for public speaking. She has lived in St James Parish in Louisiana her whole life. It's located along an 85-mile stretch of the Mississippi between New Orleans and Baton Rouge with the undesirable nickname 'cancer alley'. Sharon says she h…
 
Andy Cole is one of England’s most successful footballers, notably part of the legendary Manchester United squad that won a historic treble in 1999. His path to the top wasn’t easy – as a young player he had to deal with racism in football, and then grapple with the expectations of stardom. But Andy’s biggest challenge was off the pitch when he fac…
 
Past life impressions, promises, curses, contracts and similar intentions play a huge part in the foundational programming of the life you live now. In this episode of The Sacred Donut, we take a look at how other lifetimes, alternate lives effect the here and now and what we can do create a beneficial shift in your life today!! Support the show (h…
 
As a young woman in the mid-1980s, Ruth Coker Burks had a chance encounter with a man with Aids, who had been left to die alone in a quarantined hospital room in Hot Springs, Arkansas in the US. She stepped in to comfort him in his final hours, and word soon spread that she was the only person willing to help such men in this deeply conservative to…
 
Should one date for potential, reality, or both? In this week's episode, the guys get together to talk about their summer plans and answer another set of 4x4 questions on dating for potential, dealing with grief, doing business with friends, and more! Tune in and engage with us in the comments! Find us on all social media @proj330 and send us your …
 
Meena Said is an endocrine surgeon working in California. Her days are spent treating and operating on patients, many of whom have very complex medical needs. But after a hard day at work, rather than relaxing at home, Meena switches on her phone and begins to care for her other patients: critically-ill children who live many thousands of miles awa…
 
Fadimata Walet Oumar learned how to sing and dance in northern Mali under the light of the desert moon. Her people, the Tuaregs, traditionally lived as nomads on the fringes of the Sahara but successive wars, droughts and famines have fundamentally changed their lives. However her love of music never waned. As a teenager, Fadimata was given the nic…
 
Matt Spaiser is a graphic designer located in New York. After years of research, he founded Bond Suits in 2010, creating the ultimate resource for James Bond style and the first catalogue of all of 007’s outfits. He is the co-author of From Tailors with Love: An Evolution of Menswear Through the Bond Films, which tells the story of the celluloid Bo…
 
Robina Courtin grew up in Melbourne, Australia. As a teenager attending Catholic school she felt she was both holy and a rebel. Eventually she became a hippie, then a radical feminist, and then got into martial arts. One day, after a car accident meant she couldn't practice karate, she came across some Buddhist monks. Immediately she knew following…
 
While Nich is a bit unhinged, Kirstan asks copious amounts of dumb questions. What's a vitamin you probably shouldn't take everyday? What's a dumb thing you thought at 18? Why does Kirstan look like a lowercase letter? Hopefully the lack of disparaging comments doesn't open the door to unemployment. Listen and laugh a lot this week! Hosted by Nicho…
 
If you were giving out awards, what awards would you give out? Why are squirrels attacking a hosts? Who else is about to climb in a ring with Floyd? Get the answers to these questions and a whole lot more. You'll laugh a lot this week! Hosted by Nicholas Finch & Kirstan Cunningham New Episodes every Thursday!! Please subscribe, rate, and review! Li…
 
Rick Alan Ross was selling and restoring cars when his grandmother’s Jewish nursing home was secretly infiltrated by a Christian group that tried to convert her. Rick started investigating, which lead him to a career as a world-renowned cult intervention specialist, or cult deprogrammer. Now, he helps people leave destructive cults or controversial…
 
Miller Harris is a couture British fragrance house, founded in 2000, with a spirit of bespoke fragrance creation at it’s heart. The brand is committed to using beautiful natural materials whilst pushing creative boundaries. The brand was founded by ground-breaking perfumer Lyn Harris who worked with world-renowned fragrance house Robertet in France…
 
In 2011, the former Dynasty actor Catherine Oxenberg and her 19-year-old daughter India took a course from the self-help organisation Nxivm (pronounced Nexium). It was a pivotal experience for India as she had been struggling to find a career and Nxivm seemed to offer her purpose. She ended up working for them as a coach and moving away from her mo…
 
A fake wedding, a double life and forged documents. In 2013 investigative journalist Benita Alexander was making a documentary about 'super-surgeon' Paolo Macchiarini and his pioneering synthetic organ transplants. The pair quickly fell in love and Benita was swept into a whirlwind romance. Paolo proposed, but the fairytale soon began to unravel wh…
 
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