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Good Heroin is an intensely funny interview show from the mind of Dave Ross. It's an earnest discussion of mental health and a vibrant exploration of life and a dumb idiot comedian having fun being dumb. Dave talks to all kinds of people -- from musicians to comedians to psychologists to anyone -- about who they are and how they feel. They delve down to the root of their life or their anxieties or their victories or what ails them and then, together, they make fun of it.
 
I am Chris Hardwick. This podcast used to be called Nerdist. Now it is not. It is still basically just me talking about stuff and things with my two nerdy friends Jonah Ray and Matt Mira when they’re available, and usually someone more famous and smarter than all of us. Swearing is still fun, so we still do that occasionally. I hope you like this new iteration which is the same as before, but if a name hangs you up unhealthily I’m sure you will not hesitate to unfurl your rage not only in th ...
 
Clark Ashton Smith, referred to as one of the big three of Weird Tales, was a romantic-style poet, a Lovecraftian-style writer and a literary friend of H.P Lovecraft. As a poet, he was considered one of the last great West Coast Romantics. The Star-Treader and Other Poems, published at the age of 19, was his first volume of poetry and his breakout hit. Summary by Mary Kay. Cast List for The Masque of the Forsaken Gods: Narrator and Aphrodite: Mary KayThe Poet: Lucretia B.The Philosopher, Apo ...
 
If you find yourself having trouble with applying grace into your everyday life, then the Trueface Podcast is for you. Our hope is to provide practical and helpful applications of grace and truth so that we can live beyond the mask. Every other week, guests share a story, discuss a principal, and apply it to our lives.
 
ARE you a fan of fitba played below the leagues that have the glitz and glamour? Then you’ve come to the right place. Join the Scottish Sun’s Gareth Law and Newmains United co-manager manager Paul Davies for a weekly look at football lower down the ladder. Hear the latest news, discussion and stories along with managers, players, administrators, fans and more from SPFL League One and Two, the Lowland and Highland Leagues, South and East of Scotland Leagues and the juniors. There’s a chance f ...
 
The Learning Experience Leader Podcast is a project devoted to design, leadership, and the psychology of learning. The aim of the show is to help you expand your perspective of learning design through conversations with innovative professionals and scholars across the world. Every other week a different practitioner or researcher shares insights from their work and experience to bring a more holistic view on how learning happens and what we can do to create amazing learning experiences throu ...
 
Welcome to the Hays Worldwide Leadership Insights podcast. In this series, we talk to business leaders from around the world, as they share their expertise on how to effectively lead a business both now, and in the future. Hays are the experts at matching the right talent to the right business, recruiting qualified, professional and skilled people worldwide. Last year we placed around 70,000 candidates into permanent jobs, and around 240,000 people into temporary assignments. For more inform ...
 
1. Fat Trel - or Nah 2. Lil Wayne (feat. Drake) - Grindin' 3. Jacquees (Feat. Trinidad Jame$) - Bet I 4. August Alsina (Feat. Rick Ross) - Benediction 5. Courtney Noelle (Feat. Juicy J) - Without You 6. Frank Ocean Mick Jones and Paul Simonon - Hero 7. Troye Sivan - Happy Little Pill 8. DJ Khaled (feat. Chris Brown, August Alsina, Future & Jeremih) - Hold You Down 9. Greg Machado (Feat. Jadakiss) - Cant Live Without You 10. Jay Electronica (Feat. Latonya Givens) - Better in Tune with the Inf ...
 
The Nick Margerrison podcast. Former Kerrang! Radio & LBC presenter Nick Margerrison's fortnightly podcast is a continuation of his often eclectic radio career. Building on the legacy of the critically acclaimed first series "The Cult Of Nick" this podcast looks at how topics which were explored back then are now considered to be the bare bones of what is frequently termed 'the intellectual dark web'. A proud Discordian Nick's take is always sincere but never too serious. Contact the show vi ...
 
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WE’RE reaching the business end of the season – and the Lowland League have already secured cash for their clubs for next term. Rangers and Celtic have agreed to stump up to allow their colt teams to enter the setup. The Lowland League say it’s just for one season but it’s a decision which has sparked plenty of debate. Darvel boss Mick Kennedy tell…
 
45% of humans speak an Indo-European language. English is Indo-European. Hindi is Indo-European. The language of the ancient Hittites was Indo-European. This is one reason the origin and expansion of this language family is so interesting to so many. Thomas Olander is an associate professor of Indo-European studies in Denmark. He has a deep interes…
 
On this episode of the NEW Trueface podcast, Robby is with Janet Newberry. Janet is an educational consultant and an unshakeable believer in the transforming power of love. Janet has spent the past fifteen years studying educational philosophy, adolescence, neurology - specifically how the brain responds to fear and love, and theology - specificall…
 
On this week's 'must win' podcast we do something different this week as footballer turned agent Jonathan Douglas looks at the league from an english point of view, recounts his journey from Monaghan to an eventful life in the UK and gives us his take on what players from these shores need to do to succeed. . Galway United media officer Johnny over…
 
A warm welcome to Elizabeth Beston. Her artist statement gives a wonderful introduction to her explorations: We often associate the microscopic world as looking inwards, and downwards (as opposed to space, which is felt of as an outward, expansive pursuit). Through my photographic work, I want to challenge this paradigm, using the microscope as a p…
 
What are the key qualities that make a CTO?In this podcast, Greg Swimer, Chief Technology Officer at City Football Group shares how technology and the role of a CTO has changed as a result of the pandemic, and how CTO’s can effectively adapt to the ever-changing demands.You can read the full transcript here: https://social.hays.com/2021/05/10/podca…
 
In 1844 New Orleans was riveted by a dramatic trial: A slave claimed that she was really a free immigrant who had been pressed into bondage as a young girl. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe Sally Miller's fight for freedom, which challenged notions of race and social hierarchy in antebellum Louisiana. We'll also …
 
Billy Crystal returns to the podcast! He talks about breaking into stand-up, his first "Tonight Show" appearance in 1975, and maintaining a successful career/life balance. His new movie is called "Here Today" and he co-wrote, directed and co-stars in it with Tiffany Haddish. It's in theaters now! OH and a new "Monsters, Inc." series is on the way t…
 
IT’S been a week of elections. But it’s time to get back to talking about putting crosses into boxes of a different kind. This week we’ll hear the second part of a great interview with St Cadoc’s boss Craig McEwan. He tells us why his wife’s underwear regularly turned up in the dressing room, being sold to Raith 24 hours after signing a new deal at…
 
Dave talks to his good good friend Kyle Ayers about dealing with trigeminal neuralgia, one of the most painful brain diseases one can get, and a disease Kyle is about to get surgery for. They also did an episode of Boring Opinions where Kyle almost screamed full-volume about iPhones. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
In the winter of 2021, I noticed a minor controversy regarding ‘academic cancellation’ around Gregory Clark, an economic historian at UC Davis. Representative pieces are Glasgow University in row over decision to invite guest speaker Gregory Clark, and Why is the woke mob so scared? The Free Speech Union put together a petition, Letter to Adam Smit…
 
Exclusive! Revealed! No not the Sheedy and Newell replacements, this is much more important! Dan's past comes back to haunt him in a series of confessional pieces that cast him as a failed coke addict tennis prodigy, the star of the famously unreadable "Infinite Jest", who sidled into a journalism career alongside Johnny, a failed teenage website a…
 
Dr. Cara North is a learning & Development leader, speaker, and researcher and currently works as the Operations Training Manager at Silfex, inc. Her previous experience includes learning experience design work at Ohio State University and Amazon and President of the Columbus Ohio chapter of ATD.Today we talk about: 👉 Transitioning from being an in…
 
Astrophysicist Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi returns to the podcast! He and Chris talk about science education, the Mars Curiosity Rover, and cross-pollinating your career with different interests. Hakeem also talks about his upcoming memoir, "A QUANTUM LIFE: My Unlikely Journey from the Street to the Stars" out June 15th and the new season of "How the Univer…
 
For over a decade, Zoë Presley has guided individuals, couples and groups in cultivating wellbeing. Trained as a Depth Psychotherapist and Forest Therapy Guide, and in Transcendental Meditation, her approach inspires heart-centered healing, self-knowledge and connection to the natural world. She has served as a wilderness guide, eco-therapist, auth…
 
In the 1890s, Waldemar Haffkine worked valiantly to develop vaccines against both cholera and bubonic plague. Then an unjust accusation derailed his career. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll describe Haffkine's momentous work in India, which has been largely overlooked by history. We'll also consider some museum cats and p…
 
A YEAR ago Kieran McAnespie agreed to lead Cumbernauld United into the new West of Scotland League. But after just seven games of a season cut short by covid he stepped down last week. In the first of a two-part interview we’ll find out why he was unable to continue in the hotseat – and whether he’s looking for a quick return to the game. He’s got …
 
What are the relationship between Christianity, ancient paganism, and Western culture? Does mass secularization in the West presage a new pagan era? Where is “New Atheism” 15 years after its peak? These are just some of the questions Ben Bassett and I mull over. Bassett is an archaeologist but has a deep interest in ancient history. Three years ago…
 
On this episode of the NEW Trueface podcast, Robby is with Jimmy Dodd. After 20 years of serving as a pastor, Jimmy formalized his ministry to other pastors in 1999 by founding PastorServe. While Jimmy has a deep love for the local church, PastorServe provides the perfect vehicle to follow God’s extended call to serve the broader church at large. A…
 
Later today a Corkman will indicate to us when we can go to a match again and until Micheal puts us out of our misery it's time for your favourite similarly depraved matey partnership of Dan and Johnny who take a look inside the dugouts and ask, are the youthful managerial class of 2021 bringing on a renaissance? Either way, there's definitely a re…
 
Audrey Martinovich is a recording engineer and producer that specializes in acoustic music such as classical, jazz, and folk. She co-owns & engineers at a recording studio in Madison, Wisconsin called Audio for the Arts and produces podcasts. She has been working in audio for eight years and has been a full-time studio owner & recording engineer fo…
 
In 1938, Italian physicist Ettore Majorana vanished after taking a sudden sea journey. At first it was feared that he'd ended his life, but the perplexing circumstances left the truth uncertain. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll review the facts of Majorana's disappearance, its meaning for physics, and a surprising modern …
 
Kevin Bacon and Chris chat about their love of guitars, practice routines, and how live shows might change as things begin to open back up. Kevin also talks about the audition process, watching dailies as an actor, and how he and his wife Kyra Sedgwick made a movie at home during the pandemic. Check out season 2 of his show "City on a Hill" on Show…
 
FORGET the European Super League. Right now all the chat is about what happens next in the West of Scotland Football League. Last week Ardrossan Winton Rovers put forward a proposal which has sparked a huge debate. In a covid world they reckon conferences based on geography will give the coming campaign a better chance of being completed. On last w…
 
Abdel Abdellaoui is a researcher in the Netherlands who works in the intersection of psychology and genetics. He’s a pretty active figure on social media, and because of his subject matter interests, he has become embroiled in a few controversies. When scientists talk about genetics and psychology, behavior genetics, the public listens and offers o…
 
In a week that saw no involvement of John Delaney in the demise of a European Super League, we talk people power with Daniel Lambert and Tommy Higgins and ponder if dogs hold the key to the post covid LOI world. We’ve got the latest news from the pizza draw tribunal, a midweek review with Johnny talking to both Stephen O'Donnell and Kevin Sheedy wh…
 
Eric Lotke has worked for, with and against labor unions. Early in his career he did advocacy in the criminal legal system, researching problems and proposing solutions that all reached the same conclusion – we lock up too many people (especially people of color) and don’t do enough to keep people safe. His work includes the book, The Real War on C…
 
Today’s episode is the third and final part of an extended conversation about experience design with Dr. Bob Rossman and Dr. Mat Duerden. If you haven’t heard the first and second episodes in this mini-series, I recommend you go back and check those out. The focus of this conversation is on the third section of the book Designing Experiences, which…
 
In 1883, Missouri real estate broker James Reavis announced that he held title to a huge tract of land in the Arizona Territory. If certified, the claim would threaten the livelihoods of thousands of residents. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll tell the story of the Baron of Arizona, one of the most audacious frauds in Ame…
 
For this episode we visit with Danish artist and musician Peter Sund. Lunau & Sund songwriting is inspired by a beautiful mix of Nordic hymns and songs mixed with folk and Americana. You could call the style Nordicana. Trine Lunau (vocal, accordion) and Peter Sund (guitars, vocal) have been playing together and writing music for 18 years. Their per…
 
Gabriel Rossman is a sociologist at UCLA. The author of Climbing the Charts: What Radio Airplay Tells Us about the Diffusion of Innovation, Rossman takes a deeply analytic toolkit to questions such as why 2005’s “My Humps” became a viral hit. The last 1/3rd of the podcast is devoted to discussing a recent paper that he is an author on, Network hubs…
 
IT’S mind over matter this week as we look at how players can get a psychological edge. If you’re looking for him on instagram, John Johnstone is The Football Mindset. He’s helped the likes of John Souttar, Chris Cadden and Greg Docherty get mentally ready for action at the top end of the game. But John reckons his methods can be applied to ANY lev…
 
Today’s episode is the second part of an extended conversation about experience design with Dr. Bob Rossman and Dr. Mat Duerden. If you haven’t heard the first part, I recommend you go back and check it out! The focus of this conversation is on the second section of the book Designing Experiences, of which my guests co-authored. Today we talk about…
 
This week as the sun finally comes out Johnny and Dan reflect on Graham Burke's moment of magic and we hear from League of Ireland legends Pat Fenlon and Alan Reynolds on the best goals they witnessed, Shels and Waterford memories, coaching dynamics inside and outside the dressing room, Pat's Pro Licence gripe and why having a cat in the engine roo…
 
On this episode of the NEW Trueface podcast, Robby is with Dr. Randy Ross. Dr. Randy Ross is a messenger of practical wisdom and needed hope to help untangle the biggest challenges facing today’s business leader, tomorrow’s workforce, and the future marketplace. As a bestselling author, CEO of Remarkable, and a former Chief People Officer, Dr. Ross…
 
Paige Pettibon is an artist based in Tacoma, Washington. Her medium focus is acrylic painting, but has extended to fiber art, beadwork, and other media. Paige is black, white, and Salish (from the Confederated Salish and Kootenei Tribes). Paige is influenced by her native northwest community by learning the Lushootseed language, tribal songs, dance…
 
Comedian Erica Rhodes joins Chris to talk about doing stand-up during the pandemic, the re-opening of comedy clubs, their wishlist of plans once life is back to normal, doing @midnight, Erica's cello skills, and filming her newest comedy special at the Rose Bowl, "La Vie en Rhodes", available April 13th from Comedy Dynamics!…
 
Listeners to some of my podcasts on human evolution often tell me, in a friendly enough manner, that the jargon is often tough going. To be frank I can actually empathize with this. It is difficult for me to keep up with all the paleogenetics, let alone the ins and outs of paleoanthropology. What’s the difference between ergaster and heidelbergensi…
 
It's a special show this week as we broadcast our 50th episode AND celebrate our first birthday. And for a special show we wanted a stellar guest. It's a longer episode this week but Ross Stewart's rise from the juniors to challenging at the top of England's League One with Sunderland is a story worth listening to. Whether you get through it in one…
 
As the dog chews on the lamb bone, the lilies wilt and the last creme egg causes a slight dry retch, we leave Easter behind with Brian Murphy and Mark Rossiter's reflections on Bohs, Red Bull regrets and a dressing room that was no place for young men. We also ask Murph about the challenges of coming home to Waterford, life as an understudy in Engl…
 
Dr. Bob Rossman is professor and dean emeritus at the College of Applied Science and Technology at Illinois State University. Dr. Mat Duerden is associate professor in the department of experience design and management at the Marriott School of Business at Brigham Young University.Today’s episode is a first for me in that I’ve got two simultaneous …
 
One dark night in 1804, a London excise officer mistook a bricklayer for a ghost and shot him. This raised a difficult question: Was he guilty of murder? In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll consider the case of the Hammersmith ghost, which has been called "one of the greatest curiosities in English criminal law." We'll also …
 
Nickolas Rossi is a New York City based director & cinematographer. He attended Columbia College in Chicago for fine art photography and graduated from Portland State University with a degree in Sociology. Following university he lived and worked in Montréal, London, Prague and Los Angeles. With nearly 20 years experience behind the camera, Nickol…
 
Alan Tudyk is back on the podcast! He and Chris talk about the joys of moving, turning 50, collecting vintage science art, and what life in Canada is like. They also riff on Alan's amazing voiceover skills, come up with ideas for his Star Wars U character K-2SO, and discuss his show "Resident Alien", which is on Syfy channel and available to stream…
 
Dave jumps between a bunch of segments in this behemoth of an episode. He interviews Kate Willett about her new audiobook Dirtbag Anthropology, Chris Estrada jumps in for an episode of Boring Opinions and Matt Ingebretson shows up for another installment of Matt's Mugs. Featuring standup from Alex Price. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit mega…
 
NOT many West of Scotland League sides can say they have a player who scored a winner against Arsenal in the Premier League. But Annbank can. They brought in former Sheffield United and Hearts striker Christian Nade this season. With his help they were flying high in Conference A when things were called null and void. Their boss Matt Maley was the …
 
On this episode of the NEW Trueface podcast, Robby is with his friend Mike Baer. Mike is an internationally known speaker, author, executive coach, and culture expert. Business as Mission (BAM) involves all sizes and shapes of business dedicated to spreading the Gospel of the Kingdom around the world. The purpose of Third Path is to accelerate your…
 
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