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Rising country-pop music sensation, Jesslee gives you a peek behind the curtain with a never seen before backstage pass as she travels with her jaw-dropping Band, Crew & Manager (Steve Virginia of Black Label Nash) throughout the roads of the USA and Worldwide. Join Jesslee as she shares a rare glimpse of the road with exclusive new releases before they drop with Host Chris Ross (Founder of Winject Studios) and others as she experiences local culture at its finest! Whether it’s testing her t ...
 
Hosted by Dan Cleary, RARE FORM RADIO is a comedy podcast that aims to be just that; in rare form. Sex, race, religion, conspiracy, controversy... nothing is off limits! The faint of heart need not apply. Follow us on Instagram & Twitter: @RareFormRadio - subscribe wherever you get your podcasts - Give us a rating & review if you'd be so kind. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rareformradio/support
 
Each week I play a bunch of songs from punk and indie bands from all over the world. You'll hear new, old, rare tracks, unsigned bands, classic tracks, forgotten gems and lots more. I also pick a "Cover Song of The Week" every episode and drop some fun movie clips throughout! Go to www.needledropradio.com for more info.
 
Michael Alden is the Founder and CEO of Blue Vase Marketing, a premier Direct Response Marketing firm, recognized for three consecutive years by the Inc. 5000 list of America's fastest growing private companies. Alden is also a three-time Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author of Ask More Get More, 5% More, and Blueprint to Business. These books offer pragmatic and simple self-help guides teaching readers how to get more out of life and reach new levels of success. In this raw ...
 
Bustin’ makes us feel good! Ghostbusters: Resurrection is an unofficial RPG audio drama about America’s newest Ghostbusting team. It’s been over twenty years since the world was last saved by The Ghostbusters of New York. Ghosts are a rare sight these days and people have once again grown skeptical. But now, ghost sightings are on the rise in Central Florida. In a desperate attempt to keep Orlando's image as “the vacation capital of the world” unbesmirched; the mayor cuts a deal to start a n ...
 
Every medicine in your pharmacy has a human story behind it. Real people doing real work and living real lives. We all have romantic ideas about scientists working late into the evening or doctors dropping everything to answer a phone call about a patient. You can almost envision the moment when one of those researchers finally solves an intellectual puzzle and leaps into action. Their eyes go from an empty stare to an alert laser-like focus. They sit a bit taller and start to read frantical ...
 
The Reader’s Digest described Philip Emeagwali as “smarter than Albert Einstein.” He is ranked as the world's greatest living genius. He is listed in the top 20 greatest minds that ever lived. That list includes Charles Darwin, Isaac Newton, William Shakespeare, Leonardo da Vinci, Aristotle, and Confucius. https://emeagwali.com https://facebook.com/emeagwali https://twitter.com/emeagwali https://instagram.com/philipemeagwali https://flickr.com/philipemeagwali https://emeagwali.tumblr.com htt ...
 
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CaptainRoBear, Paul (I_Love_Mundays), Reck (Reck1568), Riley (rileyhotsauce), Becca (BeccaGodsey) and Mudcat (MudcatTV) and their school are overrun by Mage Hunters! As they rush to safety inside the Biblioplex, Wilrent suggests an option from his High School playbook that just might work! Gaming Community Expo '21 Tickets and Information: https://…
 
Although not required by law, every US president since 1976 - except Mr Trump - has released their tax returns. Israel accuses Iran over deadly oil tanker attack. New Covid virus outbreak worst since Wuhan, say Chinese state media.BBC World Service
 
New report warns of hardship caused by Covid-19 and economic sanctions. Poverty is already known to be widespread in North Korea but true picture is hard to establish. Also, first group of Afghan interpreters arrives in US, and British teenager wins place at renowned dance academy despite suffering from cystic fibrosis.…
 
The Country Fest Episode is finally here! Ever wonder what the life of a touring recording artist is like at a big festival? Now is your chance to take a behind-the-stage look at what it takes to put on a show the size of a country fest! If you would like to let us know what you thought of this conversation, please feel free, we welcome any feedbac…
 
The US president announced that all federal workers must be vaccinated or subjected to testing. Also: a public inquiry has found the Maltese state responsible for journalist's death, and a chimney sweep finds Santa letter lost for decades.BBC World Service
 
The summit is aiming to raise five billion dollars to help transform education in dozens of countries after the greatest disruption in a generation. South Africa riots: The inside story of Durban's week of anarchy. Johnny Ventura, one of the pioneers of Latin American merengue music, has died.BBC World Service
 
#106 - Al Jourgensen from Ministry stops by to talk about their new album Moral Hygiene. Cuba. Memories of The Mind is a Terrible Thing To Taste. How his collaboration with Ian MacKaye on Pailhead came about. Meeting William S. Burroughs. The chemistry of band members. Dan gives thanks for being a part of bring the anthem Everyday Is Halloween back…
 
The French president spoke while visiting French island territories in Pacific. France has carried out over 200 nuclear tests across the region. Also, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken says Afghanistan risks becoming a 'pariah state' as the Taliban continue to seize territory, and Portugal holds funeral for 'Otelo' - the man who oversaw a coup t…
 
Officers on duty when Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol give tearful testimony at an inquiry. Also, the American gymnast Simone Biles pulls out of the Olympic team competition over mental health issues; the former Spanish king's ex-lover claims he used the intelligence service to spy on her; and the world's largest star sapphire cluster is di…
 
The 24-year-old had flown a flag with a protest slogan while riding a motorcycle into police officers in Hong Kong. Also: Vatican cardinal on trial in $142m fraud case, and do you like and appreciate insects?BBC World Service
 
Today I am joined on The Alden Report by best-selling author, keynote speaker and business coach Bob Burg. Bob is the author of a number of books on sales, marketing and influence, with total book sales approaching two million copies. For 30 years Bob has helped companies, sales leaders, and their teams to more effectively communicate their value, …
 
Months of tension over Covid and the economy culminate in the sacking of the PM. Also: scientists don't know why Covid cases in the UK are plummeting, and how female athletes are giving short shrift to officials telling them what to wear.BBC World Service
 
Jake, Josh, Michael, Izzee, and Evan discuss using random tables to help build out your campaign and then jump back into their adventure! Gaming Community Expo '21 Tickets and Information: https://www.gcxevent.com/ Check out all our latest giveaways here! https://loot.raredrop.co/ Love Coffee? Check out Kings Coast Coffee Co.: https://kingscoast.co…
 
President Kais Saied has sacked Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi and says he's taken over. This follows angry nationwide protests on Sunday over the government's handling of the pandemic. Also, civilian casualties in Afghanistan are at a record level, and a disturbing report on the treatment of women in Britain's armed forces.…
 
Imagine you are one of only 10 people in the world with a disease. People with ultra-rare conditions have little hope of attracting research funding to find treatments to work for them. The investments just don’t make sense to for-profit businesses. Our guest, Dr. Stanley Crooke, MD, PHD is leading an effort to change this. After an illustrious car…
 
The head of US Central Command, Gen Kenneth McKenzie, said this could happen in weeks. Also, criticism of proposals for English football fans to show proof of Covid vaccinations before watching Premier League games, and tributes to US rabbi turned comedian Jackie Mason who has died.BBC World Service
 
Move covers 31 of the country's 34 provinces to help protect urban areas from Taliban advance. Also: Landmark fuel deal between Iraq and Lebanon, Olympic host nation Japan picks up its first medals and the search for new Aussie rhyming slang.BBC World Service
 
The long delayed Tokyo 2020 Olympics are finally underway - in a near deserted stadium; Haiti's assassinated president Jovenel Moïse is laid to rest...and why sales of foam clogs are soaring -- and dividing opinion among fashionistas.BBC World Service
 
Due to Coronavirus, a subdued ceremony launches the much-postponed Olympics. Fewer than 1000 invited guests and no spectators are inside the huge main stadium. Also, President Xi Jinping makes first official visit to Tibet by a Chinese leader in 30 years, and one of India's most flamboyant businessmen is arrested for allegedly making porn films.…
 
In Episode 012, Jesslee and the boys shine a light on some wonderful folks who made it comfortable to relax and get some rest on the road. Take an inside look at Jesslee’s bus from Village Coach and the historical Madison Concourse Hotel! If you would like to let us know what you thought of this conversation, please feel free, we welcome any feedba…
 
President Biden has been under pressure to respond to anti-regime protests. Also: the Senate in the Czech Republic has approved a plan to compensate Roma women who were forcibly sterilised, and beset by scandals and Covid-19 concerns, Tokyo prepares to hold the opening ceremony for the Olympics.BBC World Service
 
The decision to remove Kentaro Kobayashi comes just a day before the opening show is due to be held. It’s the latest scandal to hit the Tokyo Games. Also: Famine stalks Angola as the worst drought in forty years ravages the south of the country; and Norway pauses to recall the mass murder committed by a far-right extremist ten years ago today.…
 
Life expectancy in the US has suffered its sharpest fall since the second world war; Chinese scientists say global warming has made China's annual flood season much more dangerous; and a gold toilet is discovered at the home of a Russian policeman, arrested on suspicion of accepting bribes.BBC World Service
 
Record-breaking rainfall has brought deaths and chaos in China's Henan province. More than a dozen cities have been affected by the floods. Also, Nigeria secures release of 100 kidnapped women and children, and how a secret site in England is giving experts a glimpse into prehistory.BBC World Service
 
There have been severe floods in the central Chinese province of Henan with dramatic images of passengers in flooded subway trains. The US warns that the world cannot wait for the pandemic to end before facing up to global warming, and are advances in running shoe technology giving today's sprinters an unfair advantage ?…
 
The US-based Centre for Global Development says the figure could be ten times as high. Also: migrants in Belgium on hunger strike, and why Israel is threatening consequences for Ben & Jerry's.BBC World Service
 
This week I’m excited to welcome author, entrepreneur and CEO Don Wenner to The Alden Report. Don is the founder and CEO of DLP Real Estate Capital, a multi-faceted company that leads and inspires the building of wealth and prosperity through the execution of innovative real estate solutions. Don is highly experienced in all facets of housing as we…
 
The US and European countries say a huge cyber attack earlier this year came from China; In Germany - police say dozens of people are still missing following deadly floods last week; and a family of farmers in India whose cooking skills have made them an internet sensationBBC World Service
 
Jake, Josh, Michael, Izzee, and Evan jump into a conversation about character building and how to not build a "problem character", and then continue trying to escape the city! Gaming Community Expo '21 Tickets and Information: https://www.gcxevent.com/ Check out all our latest giveaways here! https://loot.raredrop.co/ Love Coffee? Check out Kings C…
 
It's confident rules on mask wearing and social distancing won't be reintroduced. Also: Australian government scientists have said the outlook for the Great Barrier Reef remains "very poor" despite some recovery over the past year, and an investigation by global media outlets has said journalists, activists and opposition leaders around the world h…
 
The Tokyo Olympics is hit by a spate of coronavirus cases. Also: Mrs Merkel visits areas of western Germany affected by flooding, and the Vespa scooter celebrates its 75th anniversary.BBC World Service
 
Officials sound optimistic after the first round of negotiations, but the Taliban says it’s confident it can still win on the battlefield. Also, rescue workers in Germany race to find survivors after deadly floods. And, with five days until the Tokyo Olympics, the first case of Covid-19 is detected at the athletes’ village.…
 
Rescue workers struggle to reach survivors of the devastating floods with authorities in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands trying to take stock of the catastrophic damage. Also, rights groups have condemned raids on media organisations and journalists in Belarus, and the punk group that is asking the establishment to resolve a dispute over music…
 
Northern Europe hit by some of the worst flooding in decades after record rainfall. Germany and Belgium are worst-affected, and European leaders have called for action on climate-change. Also, how a smartphone could reveal why three young British men joined the militants of Islamic State, and was South Africa's recent unrest planned in advance ?…
 
In Episode 011, Steve Virginia takes the time to share a quick recap of the 1st ten powerful episodes, with some exciting new developments coming around the corner that will blow everyone away! Moving forward, every ten episodes, we will be doing a recap episode but LIVE, so make sure you are submitting questions each week so that we can add you to…
 
Thousands of others in Germany and Belgium are forced to evacuate. Also: in Canada leaders of an indigenous nation call on the government to release residential school attendance records to help identify unmarked graves, and how DNA websites are helping US detectives to solve cold case murders - but what ethical questions does this raise? .…
 
It's unclear how the Afghan government will respond - as some say a previous release of Taliban detainees last year has fuelled violence. Dutch crime reporter de Vries dies from shooting. Britney Spears wants to press charges against father over 'conservatorship abuse'.BBC World Service
 
This week I’m joined by Ari Galper who is the World’s #1 Authority on Trust-Based Selling and is one the most experienced sales growth advisors in the world. He is the creator of Unlock The Game®, a completely new revolutionary sales approach that overturns the notion of selling as we know it today. With clients in over 35 countries, his global sal…
 
European Commission announces radical plans to cut carbon emissions over next decade; King of the Zulu nation says recent rioting and looting in South Africa shames the whole country; Rare eye-witness testimony over what's happening in Ethiopia's disputed Tigray region.BBC World Service
 
Plight of thousands of foreign children of IS members in Syrian camps and jails. Kurdish authorities who run these facilities say IS cells are recruiting and radicalising children as young as eight. Also, nine Chinese nationals are killed in explosion aboard Pakistani bus, and we meet Australian teenagers who want schools to teach about sexual cons…
 
More than seventy people are now known to have died in disturbances sparked by the jailing of Jacob Zuma. Also, President Biden says changes to voting rights in some states pose a threat to US democracy and, two series tie for the most nominations in this year's Emmys.BBC World Service
 
The fine is the latest skirmish in a global copyright battle between tech firms and news organisations. Iraq hospital fire: Protests as Covid ward blaze kills more than 60. Texas Democrats flee state to block Republican voting law.BBC World Service
 
Thousands rallied on Sunday, angry at Cuba's economic crisis and curbs on civil liberties. Also: South Africa deploys military to tackle Zuma riots, and Iran has unveiled a dating app said to facilitate lasting marriages.BBC World Service
 
Jake, Josh, Michael, Izzee, and Evan are back, starting off by talking about player agency in tabletop games, and then continue on their journey! Gaming Community Expo '21 Tickets and Information: https://www.gcxevent.com/ Check out all our latest giveaways here! https://loot.raredrop.co/ Love Coffee? Check out Kings Coast Coffee Co.: https://kings…
 
The jailing of the ex-president, Jacob Zuma, has triggered looting and arson. Also: the British PM condemns racist abuse aimed at black footballers after England's defeat in the Euros, and a lightning strike kills 16 taking selfies in India.BBC World Service
 
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