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On a back country road outside the hamlet of Duggan Hill, Saskatchewan, a woman named Sasha Ismond goes missing without a trace. She had been travelling from Vancouver for the past day, and was mere minutes away from her father's home. The last person she spoke to was her former partner, Zoe, a journalism student at the University of British Columbia. This is a collection of recovered audio recordings from the subsequent investigation into her disappearance, recorded during the summer of 2015.
 
We are cinematographers and photographers who are passionate about creating something of lasting value. Sometimes we use the latest digital gear, and sometimes the oldest film equipment. Let's spend some time getting to know a range of equipment new and old, techniques that are endlessly useful for digital and film photography, and hear our stories of success, failure, and what we did along the way! #film #photography #35mm #Mediumformat #kodak #analog #culture #staybrokeshootfilm #visualarts
 
Marriage and Martinis is an attempt to present a real, authentic marriage at its core: the love, hate, teamwork, struggles, laughter, humiliation, and ever-changing dynamics that comprise spousal relationships. Join Danielle and Adam as they explore every hilarious, heartfelt, shocking, embarrassing, and completely inappropriate facet of marriage and parenting. It’s a bumpy ride, but it’s worth it. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
“I believe in the potential of people.” Brian Houston is the Senior Pastor of Hillsong Church, a global family of congregations comprising more than 100,000 weekly attendees. In this podcast, Brian shares proven leadership lessons so you too can reach your full potential. In addition to excerpts from leadership sessions of Hillsong Conference and other exclusive, never-before-released audio content, Brian also conducts powerful interviews with some of the greatest global church leaders, incl ...
 
Candid discussions with and about those behind the scenes in the music business including industry veterans representing the segments of: Musician, Design & Live. All three Music Buzzz Podcast hosts (Dane Clark, Hugh Syme & Andy Wilson) have spent their careers working with the biggest names in entertainment and have been, and still are, a fly on the wall.
 
If a tune-up can’t fix a car engine because what it really needs is for the entire engine to be rebuilt, then why would we, in the Christian faith, perform tune-ups on the form and function of our churches when what they may really need is to be completely overhauled? Join the host of Pleading The Case, Andy Mendonsa, where in each episode, he will peal back the culture and traditions that have come to define much of the Church in America today in order to accurately assess whether all that ...
 
Welcome to the Local Runner Podcast. A series of podcasts, made by runners, for runners.We are four enthusiastic club level runners based in the Tameside borough of Greater Manchester. We all run for different clubs in the Greater Manchester area, but we all share a love for running.We all belong to a WhatsApp group which was set up to organise group runs in the local area. In the group, we've got members of Salford Harriers, Sale Harriers, Altrincham Athletic Club, Stockport Harriers and Ea ...
 
A biweekly podcast revisiting classic television, one series at a time. Hosts Hannah and Jeffrey are your intrepid and informed tour guides through TV's back catalog as they take a fresh look at shows which have been off the air for at least 15 years and are available on a major streaming service, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu.
 
Listen Inside is a daily podcast from Readers in the Know founder, Simon Denman, where each day he narrates a sneak preview of one of the great books to be found on the website. ReadersintheKnow.com is a truly international Book Promotion website for Amazon-listed books, where thousands of the smartest readers from around the world stay 'In the Know' about the best upcoming deals on the books they most want.
 
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Mickey Plyler of WCCP-FM joins the podcast to share what it's like when so much criticism is coming from fans through the airwaves in the midst of Clemson's offense scoring a total of 17 points in two games against Georgia and Georgia Tech. What's fair criticism and what's over the top? What's the answer for this offense, and are things going to ge…
 
Danielle sat down with friend and fellow content creator Linda Fruits to hear all about her recent journey to discovering her true sexual identity. Linda discusses how her Tik Tok "for you" page made her question herself and her sexuality. Finally, should could no longer hide from the reality that she was attracted to women. The next steps? Coming …
 
Kingdoms of Amalur is now something of a cult classic, and its recent remaster is something to be celebrated. Here is a sprawling, epic RPG which manages to be accessible and fun - and which doesn’t require poring over stats in order to make decisions. Even taking into account its huge size, this is a game which people who are often turned off by R…
 
ABOUT JOHN WAITE: John Waite's voice has been a staple on the radio airwaves for decades now. Whether as a chart topping solo artist with tunes like "Change" and "Missing You", as lead singer of 70's and 80's bands such as The Babys with "Back On My Feet Again" "Isn't It Time" "Every Time I Think Of You" and Bad English "When I See You Smile" "Pric…
 
In an episode that Adam describes as, "one of his favorite we've ever recorded," the two discuss more concerning etiquette and how these unwritten "rules" have affected their lives. Adam goes deep into the frustration of owning a retail business and why "the customer isn't always right." Danielle talks about the workers who she thinks should be tip…
 
Andy Staples and Cole Cubelic join the podcast to give their takes on the state of Clemson football after the Tigers' 10-3 loss to Georgia last week. Does Dabo Swinney need to adapt to keep up with the Bulldogs, Alabama and Ohio State? And what of an offensive line that was overwhelmed in the opener? Will Clemson be good enough to get into the Coll…
 
Flash Point combines the talents of director Wilson Yip and star Donnie Yen, two of the foremost individuals who kept the fire of Hong Kong action cinema burning in the 2000s. The two had worked together before, and would do so again, but Flash Point is arguably the film on which their abilities really clicked for the first time. On this project, Y…
 
Mark Bradley of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution remembers being intimidated at sharing press boxes with the likes of Lewis Grizzard, Furman Bisher, Dave Kindred and numerous other giants of the sportswriting industry. Bradley gradually developed a style all his own and is known as one of the best of his craft in sports column writing -- especially…
 
ABOUT CHRIS HILLMAN: Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Country Rock pioneer, Chris Hillman was a founding member of the Byrds, the Flying Burrito Brothers, Manassas, the Souther-Hillman-Furay Band, McGuinn-Clark-Hillman and the Desert Rose Band. In 2017 he released the acclaimed Bidin’ My Time, his first solo album in 12 years, produced by Tom Petty …
 
This month is a tough episode in that it marks the last episode of Signals From The Hill that will be hosted by this podcast’s founder and our Head Of Sales, Steve Walsh. The whole team chat with Steve about his time in comics, from childhood reads, to building the graphic novel section in Waterstones’ flagship store, his time running the small pre…
 
Danielle is admittedly horrible when it comes to stuff like thank you notes and RSVPing. Adam has impeccable bathroom etiquette and is much better at giving Danielle gifts than she is for him. In this fun episode, the two of them discuss everything from whether or not asking a girl's father for her hand in marriage is outdated, whether or not it's …
 
Clemson's first brewery has been a long time coming, and a long time working for the two co-owners who continue to juggle demanding full-time jobs in addition to getting Kite Hill Brewing Company off the ground after opening their doors in early July. The Clemson Dubcast goes on-site to interview the key players, including master brewer Mike Fuller…
 
Chairmen of the Board may just be one of the most underrated soul vocal groups of the 1970s, little-known outside their enduring pop hit “Give Me Just a Little More Time”. The Chairmen had a brief but richly productive heyday, their original lineup putting out four patchy but deeply interesting albums between 1970 and 1974. Like many soul performer…
 
TRIGGER WARNINGS: In-depth discussion of miscarriage, stillbirth, postpartum, and pregnancy complications. Liz Lehmann is a postpartum doula whose own journey through pregnancies and expanding her family has been one filled with a great deal of struggle, strength, and volatility. She has since used her own experiences to advocate for mothers and ma…
 
David Paschall has covered Georgia football for decades at the Chattanooga Times-Free Press. He joins the podcast to reflect on just how much sports media has changed over the years, and the media's own role in a demise that includes dramatically reduced access to the teams and players they cover. Paschall also gives his take on the mammoth Sept. 4…
 
ABOUT PHIL EHART & KANSAS: Phil Ehart is the drummer, founder, and longtime band manager for Kansas. With a legendary career spanning nearly five decades, Kansas has firmly established itself as one of America’s iconic classic rock bands. This "garage band" from Topeka released their debut album in 1974 and have gone on to sell more than 30 million…
 
Dave, Cal and Sean talk to Mark Collier at the Lowes Arms in Hyde. The guys find out all about the famous run streak Mark is on as well as the pressing question surrounding the secret behind the caps. Mark also gives his insight to his recent 9 races in 11 days which included the Tour of Tameside. Gav was unwell so was unable to join us. This episo…
 
Shabbat Shalom Kiddushites -- we have got a special edition of Kibbitzing for your ears to nosh on this week. We are joined by none other than Director of the Leffell Center for Jewish Student Life at Muhlenberg College. We dish on topics such as: Israel on Campus, the use of technology as an engagement tool in the time of Corona, and just what Jew…
 
Adam and Danielle sat down and spoke with Tammy, AKA "The Cannabis Cutie" all about the science, myths, taboos, and the future of weed and the growing industry around it. Tammy talks about how she first became so passionate about cannabis, how moms should stop feeling guilty of using cannabis, all the benefits of the plant itself and so much more. …
 
Over 50 years later, Edwin Starr's version of "War" is one of the most recognisable and popular recordings from the glory years of soul and funk - thanks in part to frequent airplay and its use in movies like Rush Hour (1998). But Edwin Starr himself is hardly a household name, and while soul fans will readily remember him as the performer of "War"…
 
Former Clemson University president Jim Barker joins the podcast to share what he's been up to since leaving the high-pressure world of running a university. Barker had a fascinating window into Dabo Swinney long before many other people thought the coach had what it took to run a successful football program, let alone a perennially dominant one. B…
 
Their wedding day is not really something about which Adam and Danielle talk very much. In fact, they don't even have a picture from their wedding day anywhere in their house. During this really in depth discussion, the two of them talk about everything from how Danielle rushed Adam into getting engaged, why getting married so young presented some …
 
While Gav and Sean ran the Tour of Tameside 2021, Dave and Callum speak to local runners who have completed each individual race. Once the tour was over, Gav and Sean reflect on their tour and achievements over the weekend of races. Cal and Dave also reflect on supporting the tour.If you want to find previous episodes, please visit our website www.…
 
ABOUT JERRY SHIRLEY: Jerry Shirley is a legendary English Rock Drummer who is best known as a member of the highly influential rock band Humble Pie, appearing on all of their albums. Jerry was recruited by Steve Marriott to join Humble Pie when he was just 17 years old. Aside from Humble Pie, Jerry is also known for his work with Fastway, Waysted, …
 
Christopher Lambert, also known as The Dude of WV on social media, became a phenomenon a decade ago during the last realignment craze in college athletics. An avid fan of West Virginia who's not in the media business, Lambert caused a stir when he began producing news items from conversations he was having with influential people. Lambert basically…
 
Andy Hill was just a regular husband and dad when he started to get really interested in finances and made a commitment to live debt and mortgage free. Fast forward to a few years, when he quit his corporate job and has done what most people think is impossible; made a living as a full time blogger and podcaster helping other people achieve financi…
 
Cal, Sean, Dave and Gav talk all things Tour of Tameside. Including an important update on the Local Runners Podcast T-shirts. The guys go to the Hare and Hounds and speak to Neil Atherton (the only person to have ran every tour to date), Tony Hillier (A Glossopdale Harrier who has ran 13 of the previous and 5 of the new format), Jackie Newton (fir…
 
Martin Jenkins was a part of a class-action lawsuit that sued the NCAA and led to the recent harsh rebuke of the NCAA's model by two Supreme Court justices. Jenkins joins the podcast to reflect on what it all means and where college athletics could be headed with athletes now able to profit from their names, images and likenesses and, perhaps in th…
 
Following the publication of The Dispossessed (1974), Ursula K. Le Guin ceased to write new stories in her Hainish universe. In the following years, she wrote some of the books which are less well known today, including the Orsinia books and the experimental Always Coming Home (1985). At the time it must have seemed as if Le Guin was finished with …
 
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