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  • Jason Rockman brings his love for music, cinema, and all things pop culture to The Rockman Power Hour. Along with his co-host Ryan Stick, expect in-depth conversations with some of the biggest names in entertainment.

  • Enjoy our collection of hundreds of Science Fiction Stories!

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  • The Chew In The Lou podcast is the source for great local St. Louis food fun, whether that be what's in season at your local farmers market, what restaurant is really hopping right now, or what trends are appearing around town. Be a part of the local food conversation at @ChewInTheLou.

  • For all the writers out there - we're talking all routes to publishing, book launches, book marketing, tips, tools, and resources to write, publish, and sell your book. Self-publishing, hybrid publishing, and traditional publishing. Author interviews and industry experts. Hosted by Alexa Bigwarfe of the Women in Publishing Summit.

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  • Mental Health Arts is a year-round arts programme led by the Mental Health Foundation Scotland, built around the annual Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival (SMHAF). Established in 2007, the festival is one of the largest of its kind in the world and among Scotland's most diverse cultural events, covering everything from music, film and visual art to theatre, dance, and literature.

  • Ghost stories are always scarier when they’re told by the very people who experienced them. We’re Becky and Diana, and we interview guests who have seen ghosts. Each episode features true, personal stories of ghosts, demons, haints, and hauntings, sprinkled with humorous conversations about the random events in our own haunted lives. New episodes every Monday.

  • The PhotowalksTV podcast with Jefferson Graham is the companion to the YouTube travel photography series, featuring the writer-photographer and former USA TODAY columnist.


  • Join us as we talk to artists, curators, and The Dowse staff about the latest behind-the-scenes info, and explore what makes the art world tick.

  • Der Autor Patrick Baumann liest seinen kompletten Thriller „2040 – Tag der Deutschen Einheit“ in mehreren Episoden. Kein reiner Podcast, kein Hörbuch – eine Podcast-Lesung eben.

    Worum geht's?

    Berlin im Jahr 2040. Die »Patriotische Alternative Deutschlands« regiert die Republik. Rechte Schlägertrupps machen Neukölln unsicher. Paul Kanter, Ex-Gangster und Kioskbetreiber, versucht, sich aus allem Ärger herauszuhalten. Doch dann wird seine Freundin, die Journalistin Olivia Kusmin, in ihrer Wohnung brutal überfallen. Der Verdacht fällt auf Kanter. Beim Versuch, seine Unschuld zu beweisen, gerät er in eine monströse politische Verschwörung, die ihn in die dunkelsten Kapitel seiner Vergangenheit zurückführt.

  • Fabulously Delicious is the podcast that's all about French food and French cuisine and the people that make it, cook it, produce it, write and photograph it, but above all love it. Each week we chat with Francophile foodies from around the world and here in France. They are all lovers and experts on a particular topic related to French food. Be it a dish, ingredient, or cooking technique in French cuisine. We explore the guest's food life from growing up to work life. Careers in and out of the food industry and their love of France, its people, and cuisine. Fun, knowledge, history, recipes and so much more are revealed in Fabulously Delicious the best French food podcast in English. Your host Andrew Prior rose to fame and started his foodie career after appearing on the acclaimed TV program MasterChef Australia. Then with a food tours business, he moved to France and made fabulous videos on Paris and travel around France which is on YouTube under the name Travelling Fabulously. Once lockdowns were put in place Andrew started cooking on YouTube under the name Cooking Fabulously and now he is exploring the world of podcasting through food, in particular, French food on Fabulously Delicious. Andrew's motto in life is, whatever you do, do it fabulously.

  • Welcome to Pitmaster, an Old Virginia Smoke Podcast. Each episode, OVS Pitmaster Luke Darnell will deconstruct world-class pitmasters to extract the tactics, tools, and routines you can use at home in your backyard and in the competition BBQ world. This includes morning routines, habits, tricks, and much more. Find out what’s challenged the world’s best pitmasters, how they handle adversity, and where they turn to for advice and counsel. You won’t want to miss this very entertaining, educational and totally different BBQ podcast.

  • Check It Out! Is a show brought to you by Saniya and Senga from the Invercargill City Libraries and Archives. There’s loads of information about books, local history, library events, how the library can help you with your research and more! Our libraries are not just about books – there’s so much they have to offer – so tune in and find out more!

  • General Knowledge General knowledge is information that has been accumulated over time through various mediums.[1] It excludes specialized learning that can only be obtained with extensive training and information confined to a single medium. General knowledge is an essential component of crystallized intelligence. It is strongly associated with general intelligence and with openness to experience.

  • The Food Truck Journey Podcast is a resource for aspiring and current food truckers. Join me as I document share, learn, and discover what it takes to start, build, promote and run a successful food truck business.... So let the journey begin.

  • Writing great books is critical to generating sales and building a following of readers. On the Dialogue Doctor Podcast, Jeff Elkins and other writers discuss how to write dialogue that will excite readers and help you sell more books.

  • Richard Hannayโ€™s boredom is soon relieved when the resourceful engineer is caught up in a web of secret codes, spies, and murder on the eve of WWI. This exciting action-adventure story was the inspiration for Alfred Hitchcockโ€™s 1939 classic film of the same name. John Buchan (1875-1940) was Governor General of Canada and a popular novelist. Although condemned by some for anti-Semitic dialog in The Thirty-Nine Steps, his characterโ€™s sentiments do not represent the view of the author who was identified in Hitlerโ€™s Sonderfahndungsliste (special search list) as a "Jewish sympathiser."

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  • Two blokes, upside down and many miles from home, talk about popular culture. And unpopular culture too. Books, music, films, the news, what we had for dinner last night.. everything is fair game. Let's do this!

  • The Machine Stops is a short science fiction story. It describes a world in which almost all humans have lost the ability to live on the surface of the Earth. Each individual lives in isolation in a 'cell', with all bodily and spiritual needs met by the omnipotent, global Machine. Most humans welcome this development, as they are skeptical and fearful of first-hand experience. People forget that humans created the Machine, and treat it as a mystical entity whose needs supersede their own. Those who do not accept the deity of the Machine are viewed as 'unmechanical' and are threatened with "Homelessness". Eventually, the Machine apocalyptically collapses, and the civilization of the Machine comes to an end.

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  • David Calder presents the music he loves in The Folk Music Hour, with the aim of rekindling listeners' interest in acoustic music in the Anglo-American tradition, including NZ folk song, and world folk music such as that heard at WOMAD in New Plymouth's beautiful Brookland's Park.

    Almost all music has a folk origin: blues, jazz, rock and even so-called classical. As Big Bill Broonzy famously said - "all songs are folk songs; ain't never heard a horse sing!"

    Arguably the first Kiwi to make a living with a mandolin, David spent some of his musical life playing bluegrass, but was performing in the folk boom as early as 1964. He was playing in Europe and the UK in the 70's, dabbling in folk rock and pop in California in the 80's, and creating a country garden in the 90's and teaching children to read.
    These days, kind of retired, he is free to pursue any of the musical paths he loves: song-writing, tuition, and performance with guitar, piano, banjo, mandolin, autoharp, dulcimer, even bass; playing jazz, folk, blues and originals. Or to just kick back and listen to Bach or Grappelli ...
    He is a long-standing performer of NZ folk, and maintains a love affair with US old-time music nurtured since Doc Watson's LPs first made it to these shores. A natural entertainer since his debut on radio aged six, David thinks radio is the perfect performance medium.