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This my retelling of the story of England, which is a regular, chronological podcast, starting from the end of Roman Britain. I’m a bloke in a shed, but I make sure this is good, properly prepared history, and then fill it with my enthusiasm. You’ll find the great events and people for sure – but also some of the byways, of how people lived, their language, and the forces that shaped their lives and destinies.(Note iTunes only displays a list of 300 episodes. There are rather more, which all ...
Each week, legend hunter, author, and historian Jeff Belanger and radio host Ray Auger explore the ghosts, monsters, aliens, folklore, history, roadside oddities, true crime, and legends of New England in this award-winning podcast. If you give us about twenty minutes, we’ll give you something strange to talk about today. The bizarre is closer than you think!
Anglo-Saxon England

Anglo-Saxon England

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Anglo-Saxon England is a podcast looking at the history of Anglo-Saxon England, beginning with the end of Roman Britain and ending with the Norman Conquest. We will not only talk about the history but also the literature, culture, and historiography of the Anglo-Saxon period. This show strives to offer an accessible but scholarly rigorous overview that will appeal both to beginners and to experts.
The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) Audio interview RSS feed. NEJM (http://www.nejm.org) is a weekly general medical journal that publishes new medical research findings, review articles, and editorial opinion on a wide variety of topics of importance to biomedical science and clinical practice.
Nick Hancock and Chris England are old friends who have both been struck by the same soul-shattering thought: "how is it that everything that has changed about football since I started watching it has made it a little bit more s**t?". Have they just been watching football for too long, or are they actually onto something? With the help of some excellent guests from the worlds of comedy and football, they aim to find out.
Join host Mike D’Abate of Sports Illustrated’s Patriots Country for your daily dose of news, notes and analysis on the six-time Super Bowl Champions, the New England Patriots. From Boston, Mass.—to Providence, Rhode Island—to Aroostook County, Maine, Pats fans get their coverage from Locked On Patriots, part of the Locked On Podcast Network.
This season of England Rugby Podcast with O2 Inside Line will be the players telling their unique stories, in their own words. They will tell you about their life experiences, passions and the difficult times that have shaped them into who they are, along with special guest contributors. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Often thought of as a quiet and boring corner of the country, New England holds secrets of crime and mystery that are just waiting to be brought to light. Hosts Katie King and Liz Corey dive into the hidden gems of six of the "safest" states in America, uncovering murder and mayhem at every turn. Join them as they dig up true crime tales that you've never heard of before. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/truecrimene/support
We want to hear your stories, feature your club and discuss the issues that matter to you in athletics, covering everything from participation to performance, nostalgia and mental health. Interact with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to share your views. Licencing: Please see soundcloud.com/englandathletics/ for details of the music used in this podcast.
Your #1 Podcast for health expertise, tools & resources to help you & your family live the vibrant life you were created for! The Stay Healthy NE Podcast with Dr. Jessica Papa, owner of Arancia Physical Therapy in Cranston, RI features top experts in health, wellness & business with a particular focus on Alternative Therapy, Pelvic Health & Chronic Pain.
Radio Maria England is a 24hr Catholic Radio Station broadcasting programmes expressing the Christian faith. It aims to support Catholics and others in their spiritual life and witness to those who wish to learn more about Catholicism. It is part of the World Family of Radio Maria, formed in 1998 in response to the apparitions and messages of Our Lady in Medjugorje and Fatima. Radio Maria currently has 82 radio stations across five continents with 500 million listeners worldwide.
A full hour of America’s favorite pastime, fishing, with interviews from the top personalities in the industry every week. Hosted by John Williams, Scott Stone, and Bob Harkens.
New England’s Motor Sports Racing show hosted live by John Williams, Scott Tapley, and weekly featured guest Dana Nelson, airing live every Friday morning from 9 A.M. to 10 A.M.
“The 19th Hole” a one hour show all about Golf form local courses all over New England to the PGA to the Majors with interviews of club pro’s and the world’s best golfers (Jordan Spieth, Jason Day etc.) Hosted by John Williams and Mike Goden.
The New England Biolabs podcast series, Lessons from Lab and Life, is dedicated to sharing helpful life lessons from successful scientists. From an overview of cutting edge research to finding sources of inspiration, our podcast is for science enthusiasts that like to ponder “what it all means”. Listen as leading researchers draw lessons from where scientific concepts (and misconceptions) have come from, where they are now, and where they are headed in the not-too-distant future. If you’ve g ...
The Things That Made England

The Things That Made England

David Crowther and Roifield Brown

An affectionate meandering through the things that make England the way she is – from HP Sauce to the Allottment, Aethelstan to the politics of Queuing. With Luke Baxter, Roifield Brown, David Crowther and Fiona Powell trying to make some sense of it all, though rarely succeeding it might be said. And when you’ve listened, join us on Facebook, vote, and tell us what you think. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ray’s Rants back to the 1960s 1970s 1950s in the UK Great Britain. British music scene, Jimi Hendrix The Rolling Stones. The pubs and clubs, Watney’s Red Barrel beer, Babycham, Cherry B the night life. The cars, the workplace, television and pirate radio. Kids and schools back in the early days. 60s fashion and clothes, flairs and miniskirts. London, Caroline, Luxembourg. Mini cars skirts. Holiday in caravan, Butlin’s
Phil Wilson host a weekly breakfast show playing the latest music and a variety of music from the 60s-90s. Regular features Gem Of The Week, Album Of The Week, One From The Vault and Number 1 Of The Week which you can hear at your leisure here, posted straight after transmission live on Radio Shields. Phil has been broadcasting for 30 years and is back on breakfast, he also hosts Phil Wilson's Vinyl Revival which is also available on Podomatic.
Glen Davis cofounder of Englander Davis a large marketing agency explores what really works and doesn’t in marketing direct from business leaders, local business and some big mainstream companies. Listen in as we hear it from the horses mouth as to what works in their industries. Cover art photo provided by William Daigneault on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@williamdaigneault
Hooked in New England

Hooked in New England

Capt. Lou Tirado & Capt. Mike Faulkingham

Chasing, Catching, and Conserving New England's Saltwater Sportfish. A podcast that combines seriously fun conversations with a wide array of saltwater fishing's favorite folks to help all of us become better anglers, better stewards of our environment, to help small businesses thrive, and to help our fish survive.
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The latest episode of the Coaching Voices podcast from England Athletics features Birchfield Harriers Chair Tony Hadley, the former coach of 400m runners Derek Redmond, Phil Brown and Matt Hudson-Smith.Tony provides a powerful eye-witness account of the famous moment when Derek's father Jim - who sadly passed away last October - helped his injured …
This week, True Crime New England has it's sixteenth installment of the Case Profiles mini series, highlighting cases involving people of color in New England whose stories don't get enough media attention. Liz starts the episode off by telling of the mysterious disappearance of Kristopher Lewis out of Boston, Massachusetts. The 13-year-old vanishe…
Against sage advice, Charles was determined to bring Scottish and English churches into harmony, by introducing a Scottish Book of Common prayer, and Canons. When the new service was to be used on 23rd July 1638, opponents were prepared. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
When you think of all the electrical appliances we have these days for the kitchen and garden, it's worth remembering that, back in the 50s, most people didn't even own a fridge! In this episode, I chat about the days of little or no electrical appliances. Please, join me.Ray’s Rants UK
The New England Revolution came back from a one-goal deficit to defeat D.C. United 2-1 at Audi Field. Tanner Rebelo and Sam Minton discuss the win and answer listener questions! You can support our podcast by rating and reviewing us on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you are listening. Also, please follow us on social media: Twitter: @SeanLDonahue, @Ta…
On this mornings show there is new music from Laura Cheadle,Sarah Reeves,Eloise Viola,Siobhan Winifred,Karen Harding,Tors and many more. The Album Of The Week comes from The Jordan - Nowhere In The Sky I must apologise but on hour 2 there is an expletive in the Album Of The Week which I quickly fade as it's a family show! those naughty people! I ho…
The New England Patriots are rumored to be “out” on trading for Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and “unlikely” to make a deal for Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy. However, the really are not “out” on anyone. Host Mike D’Abate breaks down the latest rumors and what it means for the Pats, especially with the loss of Nelson Ag…
Sr Lucy dives into the Old English poem 'The Dream of the Rood'. Sr Lucy belongs to the Dominican Sisters of St Joseph in Lymington. The sisters have an Apostolate called Light of Truth - Catholic Formation for Everyone: www.lightoftruth.uk
Nick Hancock and Chris England discuss, Hodgson, the international break, Nuremberg, and of course, some Oldham shit. Get in touch and follow us on Twitter @slopingpitch If you have any thoughts, feelings or queries, please feel free to contact us on slopingpitch@gmail.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
In Episode 292 Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger dig down 114 feet in the Forestdale section of Brandon, Vermont, to search for an Ice Age-era frog they say was discovered back in the summer of 1865 deep in an ochre mine. But when the frog was brought to the surface… it jumped back to life! Is this just one weird fish story, or something more? See more a…
Prof. Jaime King is chair in health law and a professor of law at the University of Auckland. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. J.S. King. On Consolidation and Competition — The Trials and Triumphs of Health Care Antitrust Law. N Engl J Med 2023;388:1057-1060.…
As England's most capped ever player, Sarah Hunter has had her fair share of highs and lows. The Red Roses' captain reflects on some of her most painful moments on the pitch including losing major finals, and why the hurt of her team mates from those moments is something she has to live with every day. From starting out playing rugby league, to mak…
You’ve probably heard of your pelvic floor and you know it’s somewhere “down there,” but you probably don’t know all the incredible things it does for you every day. You can thank your pelvic floor for your ability to get out of bed in the morning and your ability to control your urinary and bowel functions. Yup, life would be pretty grim (and mess…
Kent consists of a small spur sticking out of the south-eastern tip of England. To its north lies the mouth of the River Thames and to its south it the English Channel. As the closest point between Britain and mainland Europe, Kent has always been an entry point into the British Isles. This means that it has often been a hub of international trade …
You’ve heard a lot of stories about the old days in the deep woods of northern Maine, when river drivers cut the trees and moved the logs into the rivers, down the great waterways or through the dense frozen forest. In Maine’s early days as a state, most of it was a frontier, far removed from the rest of civilization and only connected with a thin …
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