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POLITICO Dispatch
Presenting Global Insider: Belarus' opposition leader on fighting the Lukashenko regime from exile

POLITICO Dispatch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 23:10


Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya was a former teacher and self-described housewife catapulted to run for president of Belarus when her candidate husband was arrested in 2020. Even in exile after the disputed election, she's the biggest threat against strongman Alexander Lukashenko's hold over Belarus. She has captivated Belarusians with her campaign for democracy and been nominated for the Nobel Prize. POLITICO's Ryan Heath asks Tsikhanouskaya about how she plans to corral the international community for tighter sanctions and about how she's working with informants within the Lukashenko regime to bring it down.  Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya is an opposition leader, fighting to bring Democracy to Belarus.  Ryan Heath is the host of the "Global Insider" podcast and authors the newsletter.  Olivia Reingold produces “Global Insider.”  Irene Noguchi  edits “Global Insider” and is the executive producer of POLITICO Audio.

The Seven Streams Method

Zechariah 9:1-11:3 We are in the Exile Stream reading from The Message. 7streamsmethod.com | @serenatravis | Donate Commentary by Dr. Drake Travis Lord, today's reading led us on such a wild tour of where the human heart ends up being taken when it has so many priorities .... ahead of you. Give us hearts that are filled with faith; faith that seeks you first.  Amen. The marvelous, mystifying, and exciting verbiage of Zechariah continues as he jumps ahead 200 years to when Greece trounces through the entire Eastern Mediterranean (Israel included). Zechariah jumps further ahead to Christ entering Jerusalem.  Some of what Zechariah says today is illustrative of Israel's becoming a nation; 'could even be talking about the Millennium when "all" Jews are there and it's a mini-paradise for centuries. 'All" Jews? I'm not even going to try to comment as to what 'all' might mean.  Hey, it's Zechariah!  He's all over the map and all over the centuries and all over history as usual! So here we go diving into more visions from the Exile Stream 09 -  Greece came through (200 years after Zech. wrote this) and in the order that the cities are listed in the first half of the chapter, that is the order in which Greece galloped through and took command of these cities. Intriguingly enough however, they spared Jerusalem, .  Verses 8-9 tell of this preservation and also describes what we call "Palm Sunday" - about 450 years before it happened! And this person who rides into Jerusalem on a donkey will one day bring peace to the world - peace that has never been known - someday. And without skipping a beat Zechariah jumps to the Messianic Kingdom era when there is complete victory at the end of the age. 10 - The time will come when the Hebrews, who have been scattered will return to Israel.  So many things that have been a frustration for them will be matters of days-gone-by: poor leadership, shame, looming enemies, gloom, lack, tribes scattered. weakness, fear, instability, aimlessness.  All that is gone now as God is among them in favor of them. 11 - Lebanon and the partnership with Lebanon, especially the First Temple Period, was such a time of mutual blessing. That is all long gone. Lebanon is going to see fire soon. The derelict shepherds are equally doomed.  Their complete waste of their calling and position had caused the Jews to slouch into wretched sinfulness and suffering and the scattering of the Hebrew people.  Yes, some of them were returned from Exile now, but the situation that led to Exile was abysmally unnecessary. They could have obeyed in those days, but the shepherds of God's People did not lead them. And you caught the reference to Judas, right? The thirty pieces of silver in vv. 12,13 that is quoted in Matthew 26 & 27...  Though these people were in a recovery period of rejecting God's leadership, sadly, it wasn't the end of that problem. The Sanhedrin and Pharisees in Judas' day (during Jesus!) didn't want to listen to God either - nor His Son. Their favor is therefore going to be lost as is their unity as a nation. This is thought to be the days that Rome will come and empty Jerusalem, burn it, destroy the Temple and scatter the Jews 70 A.D.  It would be 1,878 years before they would be able to regroup again.  This is the grave results that poor leadership leads to.  This is where the sorry shepherds had led the people of God.

Calvary Monterey Podcast
Exile Resistance - 1 Peter 5:8-9

Calvary Monterey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021


Pastor Nate continues our study in the book of 1 Peter.Sermon Notes | Life Group Questions | Connection | Give

Restoration Presbyterian Church
Living the Exile Life | 1 Peter 2: 4-10

Restoration Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 33:00


Living the Exile Life | 1 Peter 2: 4-10

For the Life of the World / Yale Center for Faith & Culture
Christian Wiman / Finding Home Through Exiles' Eyes

For the Life of the World / Yale Center for Faith & Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 43:51


"To be a poet is to be an exile," says poet Christian Wiman. He echoes the most influential writer on his early life and work, Simone Weil, who wrote in her Gravity & Grace: "We must take the feeling of being at home into exile. We must be rooted in the absence of a place." Wiman spent most of the 2020 leg of the pandemic curating a story about home using 100 poems, seamed with prose from some of the wisest denizens of our species to narrate the tale. He joins Evan Rosa to read some of the poetry from the collection, talk about the connection between poetry and faith, and continue to examine the meaning of home through exiles' eyes. This episode was made possible in part by the generous support of the Tyndale House Foundation. For more information, visit tyndale.foundation.Show NotesHome: 100 PoemsJoseph Brodsky, exile from RussaDefining "Home"Mahmoud Darwish, "I Belong There""I have learned and dismantled all the words in order to draw from them, a single word: home."Josef Pieper on tautologyPoetry as a way of inhabiting rather than definingThe epigraph from He Held Radical Light: "The world does not need to come from a god. For better or worse, the world is here. But it does need to go to one (where is he?). And that is why the poet exists." (Juan Ramon Jimenez)Why does the poet exist?"Existence is not existence until it's more than existence."Jack Gilbert, "Singing in My Difficult Mountains""My fine house that love is.""To be a poet is to be an exile."Simone Weil: "We must be rooted in the absence of a place." (Gravity & Grace)A traveling placeModern humanity in exile, a secular notionWeil, The Need for Roots"I think all poets though, experience the feeling of displacement that comes with perception."W.B. Yeats on Maude Young, "I might have thrown poor words away and attempted to live.""Life is the thing. Words are always a kind of displacement."Wendell Berry's Sabbath: "There is a day when the road neither comes nor goes, and the way is not a way, but a place."Frantically nomadicRestlessness and the pull toward securityRooted in relationships"In my 20s, Simone Weil was the most important writer in my life. ... But now in my fifties, I feel a little differently. I still love Simone Weil, but I appreciate very much the work that someone like Wendell Berry has done to secure an existence against all the odds, secure a kind of existence in one place, and make it out of language as well."Vincent Van Gogh and Gaston BachelardStabilizing and DestabilizingVan Gogh: Life is roundBachelard: Dwelling in images and wordsSome real element of the past, brought into the present with metaphysical power: "I think there's some real element of the past of memory, that is made alive and volatile and even salvific, and it's not an image of youth. It is the actual thing being brought into the present."He Held Radical Light: seeking, through poetry, "those moments of mysterious intrusion, that feeling of collusion with eternity, of life and language riled to the one wild charge.”Poetry: the main way faith sustains Wiman"All poets are Jews." (Maria Sativa)"All poets are believers." (Christian Wiman)Something in poetry itself to further existence"If you do not believe in poetry, you cannot write it." (Wallace Stevens)Glory to God for dappled thingsThe role of mystery in poetry and faithFollowing the music of poetry in a physical, physiological, improvisational wayWendell Berry on the Kingdom of God: "We contain that which contains us."Home in painful division in Wendell BerryCarson McCullers: ImprovisationBraithwaite, "Bass"How is poetry in conversation with perplexity?James Baldwin, "Sonny's Blues" (Christian Wiman's "favorite short story in the world")"Dealing with the roar rising from the void and imposing an order on it."Deep consolation in poetryResponding to the music of poetryRead poetry out loudCan you write good poetry without suffering much?George MacKay Brown, "Old Fisherman with Guitar"What is a life worth living? Creating and lovingThe pursuit of God is wrapped up with creating art and being freed to love.The impact of Christian Wiman's "Prayer"About Christian WimanPoet Christian Wiman is Professor of the Practice of Religion and Literature at Yale Divinity School. He's the author of several books of poetry, including Every Riven Thing, Hammer is the Prayer, and his most recent, Survival Is a Style. His memoirs include the bracing and beautiful My Bright Abyss: Meditation of a Modern Believer and He Held Radical Light: The Art of Faith, the Faith of Art. He edited an anthology of 100 poems on Joy a few years ago, and just released Home: 100 Poems this month.Introduction (Evan Rosa)"To be a poet is to be an exile," says Christian Wiman, a poet and Professor of the Practice of Religion and Literature at Yale Divinity School. Wiman knows this personally. When he was younger than now, he moved 40 times over a 15 year period. He would come early to work as Editor of Poetry Magazine to write his own, spilling line after line onto page from the driver seat of his car (he wrote my favorite poem of his that way he tells me). And the writer that defined him then was Simone Weil, who wrote in her Gravity and Grace, "We must take the feeling of being at home into exile. We must be rooted in the absence of a place."And I wonder, if all poets are exiles, does that make us all poets? The generalized unease and anxiety that comes with being human often leaves us longing for a home. And each of us imagine a particular place, a perspective, a people, when we think of home. But it's always longing, isn't it. Especially in light of the fact that "we are home to each other"—that home is ultimately a relational reality built and maintained and indwelled with people—if that's true then no wonder we long for home all the more, because we long to be accepted, received, and loved all the more.A recent theme of the podcast has been exile and migration. War correspondent Janine Di Giovanni offered perspective on the vanishing Christian population in the middle east; biblical scholar Francisco Lozada helped us view faith through the eyes of the immigrants hopeful sojourn. Today, that continues, even as we consider the very meaning of home by way of poetry.Christian Wiman spent most of the 2020 leg of the pandemic curating a story about home using 100 poems, using with prose from some of the wisest denizens of our species to narrate the tale. The book came out this month, and you can listen to Miroslav Volf and Christian Wiman discuss the project on episode 36 of the podcast.I asked Chris to come back on the show to read more of the poems he selected, talk about the connection between poetry and faith, and continue to examine the meaning of home through exiles' eyes. You might think that's exactly the wrong way to wonder about home. But Odysseus would tell you different as he fights his way back to Ithaca. Moses would tell you different as he leads the Jews through the wilderness. Jesus would tell you different as he goes to prepare a place for you.And what other option do we have as wandering wonderers anyway—always longing for home, always praying for, in Christian Wiman's words, "those moments of mysterious intrusion, that feeling of collusion with eternity, of life and language riled to the one wild charge.”Thanks for listening, and enjoy.Production NotesThis podcast featured poet Christian WimanEdited and Produced by Evan RosaHosted by Evan RosaProduction Assistance by Martin Chan, Nathan Jowers, Natalie Lam, and Logan LedmanA Production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture at Yale Divinity School https://faith.yale.edu/aboutSupport For the Life of the World podcast by giving to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture: https://faith.yale.edu/give

Madlik Podcast – Torah Thoughts on Judaism From a Post-Orthodox Jew

Parshat Vayeshev - Join Geoffrey Stern, Rabbi Adam Mintz and friends. Recorded on Clubhouse on November 25th as they explore how the story of Joseph and the patriarchal origins of the Exile to Egypt is interrupted by the story of Tamar and the matriarchal origins of redemption through the Davidic bloodline. They wonder whether we might re-read Genesis as Her Story? With special “guest” appearances from Jonathan Kirsch (author of The Harlot by The Side of the Road) and Harold Bloom (the author of The Book of J). Sefaria Source Sheet: www.sefaria.org/sheets/365002 Transcript on podcast website here: https://madlik.com/2021/11/24/genesis-as-her-story/

What do you mean God speaks?
S2E8: When Life becomes your Enemy (The Fall to Cain)

What do you mean God speaks?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 29:50


From the Fall, Exile from Eden, to the first MurderWhat "death" did the Fall bring upon humanity? One way to answer is, "how do we live forever?" I'm not asking how do we avoid dying forever; rather, if we don't die, how do we live? Because after the Fall, Life has become our enemy. And Cain murders his brother because of it.  (Genesis 3 ~ 4)  1:48     What we lost in Eden  6:27     Religion and Philosophy seeks what we lost  13:17    What kind of death, to whom?  18:31     We cannot live forever, even we don't die  22:44     Cain and Abel and their offering ---------------------------------------- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatdoyoumeangodspeaks/ https://twitter.com/Paul_Seungoh website: https://whatdoyoumeangodspeaks.buzzsprout.com/-----------------------------------------   Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/PaulSoC/)

Bring Them Home - Israel Jewish Aliyah
Are Jews in the Exile Doomed?

Bring Them Home - Israel Jewish Aliyah

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 26:02


We speak with Rav Nachman Kahana about the state of Jews in America. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/joshua-wander/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joshua-wander/support

Live Brave with Margie Warrell
101 - Veronica Tsepkala: A life in exile & standing up for principle, in Belarus & everywhere

Live Brave with Margie Warrell

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 30:56


Belarusian Veronica Tsapkala embodies the courage required to lead change in the most challenging of circumstances. Fearing political persecution in Belarus after her husband Valery Tsepkalo was denied registration in the 2020 Belarus Presidential election by President Lukashenko, Veronica was forced to flee her country. She has since become a passionate voice for democracy in Belarus. In our conversation, Veronica shares her vision for her homeland while calling each of us to be vocal in standing up for the principles and the freedom we can so easily take for granted.  Find out more about the Live Brave Women's Weekend, Feb 25-27, 2022  

The Bunker
Daily: Fighting for Hong Kong in Exile

The Bunker

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 25:35


Around the world democratic values have been in decline, with Hong Kong's struggle against Beijing one of the clearest examples. Pro-democracy activist Nathan Law was Hong Kong's youngest legislative councillor, until he was arrested for speaking his mind. Now living in exile here in Britain, he talks to Arthur Snell about his new book Freedom: How we lose it, and how we fight back, the reasons for our recent democratic recession, and how he's fighting for Hong Kong from afar. “The 2019 protests saw over 2 million people marching, over a quarter of Hong Kong's population” “When mainland China wanted Hong Kong back in 1997, people were fearful of a return to autocracy” “I had to continue to speak up for Hong Kong, which meant I had to leave the place I consider home” “Hong Kong is just one example is the democratic recession we've seen across the world” Presented by Arthur Snell. Produced by Andrew Harrison. Assistant producers: Jacob Archbold and Jelena Sofronijevic. Music by Kenny Dickinson. Audio production by Alex Rees. THE BUNKER is a Podmasters Production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Alliance Bible Church - Mequon, Wisconsin

Imagine someone who has never heard of Jesus. They begin attending Alliance Bible Church and observe you at both church and in the world. Then they're given a New Testament to study. Would they conclude that you live in the world and with other believers in a way that corresponds to what they've read? This week we'll look at a section of 1 Peter that provides us with a clear summation of how the Christian life is to be lived in the world and within the church.1) The Exile's Way With the World2) The Exile's Way With Other ExilesText: 1 Peter 4:1-11

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons
Exile (Contemporary Service, Rev. Jimmy Decker preaching on 11/21/2021 11:00:00 AM)

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 30:43


Destruction came. The land of Israel was destroyed. The people of God spent 80 years in exile. In the midst of this tragedy, we do not despair. We believe these truths of exile: God can redeem anything.  Even the destruction of the Temple can be restored, and so can your life. Moments of exile are clarifying. Much of our Old testament was compiled in these years.  The crisis of exile compelled people to reflect on the failures of the past and choose a different future.  Exile creates opportunities. Leaders emerge who can both thrive in exile and be faithful. Daniel, Shadrach, Mechach, Abendego, and others were able to be faithful to God and live holy lives.  They did not let the exile pass them by without inviting God to redeem it.  Are we in an exile as modern Christians in 2021? There is temptation to complain about the decline of the church or a world that is hostile to our faith.  Daniel pushes us to ask a different question: “How do we thrive in the midst of exile?”  The people of God were still called to serve, live, and lead in exile. If Daniel could lead his people in such a crisis, surely we can lead today. 

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons
Exile (Contemporary Service, Rev. Jimmy Decker preaching on 11/21/2021 11:00:00 AM)

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 30:41


Destruction came. The land of Israel was destroyed. The people of God spent 80 years in exile. In the midst of this tragedy, we do not despair. We believe these truths of exile: God can redeem anything.  Even the destruction of the Temple can be restored, and so can your life. Moments of exile are clarifying. Much of our Old testament was compiled in these years.  The crisis of exile compelled people to reflect on the failures of the past and choose a different future.  Exile creates opportunities. Leaders emerge who can both thrive in exile and be faithful. Daniel, Shadrach, Mechach, Abendego, and others were able to be faithful to God and live holy lives.  They did not let the exile pass them by without inviting God to redeem it.  Are we in an exile as modern Christians in 2021? There is temptation to complain about the decline of the church or a world that is hostile to our faith.  Daniel pushes us to ask a different question: “How do we thrive in the midst of exile?”  The people of God were still called to serve, live, and lead in exile. If Daniel could lead his people in such a crisis, surely we can lead today. 

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons
Exile (Traditional Service, Dr. Scott Engle preaching on 11/21/2021 9:30:00 AM)

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 25:49


Destruction came. The land of Israel was destroyed. The people of God spent 80 years in exile. In the midst of this tragedy, we do not despair. We believe these truths of exile: God can redeem anything.  Even the destruction of the Temple can be restored, and so can your life. Moments of exile are clarifying. Much of our Old testament was compiled in these years.  The crisis of exile compelled people to reflect on the failures of the past and choose a different future.  Exile creates opportunities. Leaders emerge who can both thrive in exile and be faithful. Daniel, Shadrach, Mechach, Abendego, and others were able to be faithful to God and live holy lives.  They did not let the exile pass them by without inviting God to redeem it.  Are we in an exile as modern Christians in 2021? There is temptation to complain about the decline of the church or a world that is hostile to our faith.  Daniel pushes us to ask a different question: “How do we thrive in the midst of exile?”  The people of God were still called to serve, live, and lead in exile. If Daniel could lead his people in such a crisis, surely we can lead today. 

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons
Exile (Traditional Service, Dr. Scott Engle preaching on 11/21/2021 9:30:00 AM)

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 25:48


Destruction came. The land of Israel was destroyed. The people of God spent 80 years in exile. In the midst of this tragedy, we do not despair. We believe these truths of exile: God can redeem anything.  Even the destruction of the Temple can be restored, and so can your life. Moments of exile are clarifying. Much of our Old testament was compiled in these years.  The crisis of exile compelled people to reflect on the failures of the past and choose a different future.  Exile creates opportunities. Leaders emerge who can both thrive in exile and be faithful. Daniel, Shadrach, Mechach, Abendego, and others were able to be faithful to God and live holy lives.  They did not let the exile pass them by without inviting God to redeem it.  Are we in an exile as modern Christians in 2021? There is temptation to complain about the decline of the church or a world that is hostile to our faith.  Daniel pushes us to ask a different question: “How do we thrive in the midst of exile?”  The people of God were still called to serve, live, and lead in exile. If Daniel could lead his people in such a crisis, surely we can lead today. 

Restoration Presbyterian Church
Living the Exile Life | 1 Peter 2: 4-10

Restoration Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 41:00


Living the Exile Life | 1 Peter 2: 4-10

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons
Exile (Traditional Service, Lauren Gerlach preaching on 11/20/2021 5:30:00 PM)

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 28:00


Destruction came. The land of Israel was destroyed. The people of God spent 80 years in exile. In the midst of this tragedy, we do not despair. We believe these truths of exile: God can redeem anything.  Even the destruction of the Temple can be restored, and so can your life. Moments of exile are clarifying. Much of our Old testament was compiled in these years.  The crisis of exile compelled people to reflect on the failures of the past and choose a different future.  Exile creates opportunities. Leaders emerge who can both thrive in exile and be faithful. Daniel, Shadrach, Mechach, Abendego, and others were able to be faithful to God and live holy lives.  They did not let the exile pass them by without inviting God to redeem it.  Are we in an exile as modern Christians in 2021? There is temptation to complain about the decline of the church or a world that is hostile to our faith.  Daniel pushes us to ask a different question: “How do we thrive in the midst of exile?”  The people of God were still called to serve, live, and lead in exile. If Daniel could lead his people in such a crisis, surely we can lead today. 

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons
Exile (Traditional Service, Lauren Gerlach preaching on 11/20/2021 5:30:00 PM)

St. Andrew United Methodist Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 28:01


Destruction came. The land of Israel was destroyed. The people of God spent 80 years in exile. In the midst of this tragedy, we do not despair. We believe these truths of exile: God can redeem anything.  Even the destruction of the Temple can be restored, and so can your life. Moments of exile are clarifying. Much of our Old testament was compiled in these years.  The crisis of exile compelled people to reflect on the failures of the past and choose a different future.  Exile creates opportunities. Leaders emerge who can both thrive in exile and be faithful. Daniel, Shadrach, Mechach, Abendego, and others were able to be faithful to God and live holy lives.  They did not let the exile pass them by without inviting God to redeem it.  Are we in an exile as modern Christians in 2021? There is temptation to complain about the decline of the church or a world that is hostile to our faith.  Daniel pushes us to ask a different question: “How do we thrive in the midst of exile?”  The people of God were still called to serve, live, and lead in exile. If Daniel could lead his people in such a crisis, surely we can lead today. 

The Sound Logic Podcast
#56: Exile in Guyville by Liz Phair

The Sound Logic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 54:11


We're back with another new review from the RS 500 List! This time we take you back to a time when Mike and Ben were pre-teens... Yes, it's the 90s! Join us as we tackle Liz Phair's Exile in Guyville album from 1993. Can you guess which other "Exile" album on the list this is connected? Also please note we have added the "Explicit" tag to this episode. While our conversation is clean, some of the lyrics in the music played behind our conversation contains some stronger language. And we talk about nipples a few times, so please be advised. :D As a reminder, you can find our favorite songs from the RS500 on our Spotify playlist right here - we'll be updating it as we go with our favorite songs from each album! You can check out Rolling Stone's new 2020 list right here. We'd love it if you would review us in your favorite podcast app, and while you're at it, give us a like on our Facebook Page or Instagram, follow us on Twitter, and send us a message if you have any comments or questions. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/soundlogic/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soundlogic/support

Welsh History Podcast
Episode 156 Lady Margaret, Exile, and Death

Welsh History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 24:14


The kingdom is at peace but the Tudors continue to be a focus for the powers in Western Europe. You can support the podcast at patreon.com/WelshHistory Get some Welsh History Podcast Merch at teepublic.com/stores/welsh-history-podcast Music: Celtic Impulse - Celtic by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100297Artist: http://incompetech.com

Every Album Ever with Mike Mansour & Alex Volz

This week we're discussing every album by Audioslave. If for some reason you haven't heard of these guys, it's Rage Against the Machine but with Soundgarden's Chris Cornell on vocals instead of Zack de la Rocha. Audioslave was a juggernaut of a supergroup and were one of the biggest rock bands in the early 00s. Musically, not the most innovative or original, but solid and fun. Plus, Tom Morello doing his wacky pedal stuff. Closing track: “Getaway Car” from Audioslave (2002)Check out our episode playlists on Spotify!https://open.spotify.com/user/motherpuncherincJoin our Patreon to jump the line when requesting an artist, as well as get bonus episodes, early access to shows, and more!https://www.patreon.com/everyalbumeverMerch available now!https://pandermonkey.creator-spring.com/Instagram:Follow Mike @pandermonkeyFollow Alex @motherpuncherMike's Picks:Audioslave (2002) — Best Album, Personal FavoriteOut of Exile (2005) — Worst Album, Least FavoriteAlex's Picks:Out of Exile (2005) — Best AlbumAudioslave (2002) — Personal FavoriteRevelations (2006) — Worst Album, Least FavoriteAlbums we discussed this episode…Audioslave (2002)Out of Exile (2005)Revelations (2006)

Ozark Christian College Podcast
Life in Exile: Seek the Peace of the City - Teresa Roberts

Ozark Christian College Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021


www.OCC.edu - Ozark Christian College - Joplin, Missouri - 417.626.1234

NotiPod Hoy
Exile Content Studio adquiere la red de pódcast de LATAM más antigua

NotiPod Hoy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 5:58


Lo nuevo en @ViaPodcast: • Venden a DIXO la primera productora y red de pódcast en español. • Conoce a los ganadores de la XI entrega de premios de la Asociación Podcast en las JPOD 2021. • Los bancos prefieren los pódcast para llegar a los clientes. • Caso 63 y Mea Culpa: dos audio series chilenas que recomiendan escuchar. • Mumbler comienza el primer «Estudio de monetización de pódcast de España y Latinoamérica». • Cofundador de Netflix comparte tres preguntas que los emprendedores deben hacerse antes de lanzar un negocio de suscripción. • Tumult, facilita que los oyentes premien a sus podcasters favoritos con un «huevo de oro». Pódcast recomendado Víctimas con voz. Este es un pódcast que ofrece consejos y herramientas útiles para víctimas de malos tratos, bullying y violencia virtual. Sergi Blanco, criminólogo y escritor especializado en prevenir los malos tratos y el bullying, ofrece en cada episodio ayuda para los que lo necesitan. Support this podcast

Podcasts – New Harvest Church

Last week we read that Darius the Mede slew Belshazzar and became the third highest ruler in the kingdom.  Now we see the next amazing miracle for Daniel. Listen as Tyler shares from Daniel 6:1-28.  You can also see the bulletin with the notes on the back here. Download mp3

Restoration Presbyterian Church
Living the Exile Life | 1 Peter 1: 22 - 2: 3

Restoration Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 41:00


Living the Exile Life | 1 Peter 1: 22 - 2: 3

Calvary Monterey Podcast
Exile Trust - 1 Peter 5:6-7

Calvary Monterey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021


Pastor Nate continues our study in the book of 1 Peter.Sermon Notes | Life Group Questions | Connection | Give

DnBRadio 24/7 - Main DnB Channel
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DnBRadio 24/7 - Main DnB Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 202:40


Recorded 2021-11-13 20:02:10 DnB Radio Tracklisting: * AIRGLO & Exile feat. CXC - Follow Me* BCee & Mr_ Maph - Easy Roller* A:D - Little Breaths* Bassdubbers - Lardar* Defraction & Creatures - Mönch* Colossus - Very Last Time* Aleyum - Midnight In Seoul* BCee - Firebox (Terror Remix)* Kloro4m & Incus - Murky* Flat T - Crush* Nymfo & Riya feat. Collette Warren - Patience* In The Blue Shirt - Riverbed (Fetus Remix)* SOLR - The Cold In Me* Traumatize - Mind Your Own* Surgence - Submode (VIP)* Qua Rush & Frame - One Nation Under A Breakbeat* Surreal & Rezilient - Transparent* Jfal & Sola - Die For This* Mefjus - Without Them* Zere - Ruff N Tuff* London Elektricity & DiAN - GIN8PM* Cooops - Accidental Jazz* BCee - Computer Brains (Bop Remix)* FX909 - Chatter (Half Step Mix)* BCee feat. Emily Harkness - Know Your Light* Zere - Interval (Sam Binary Remix)* Royalston - Block Shaped Moon* Traumatize - T3* Replicant - 1995 (Crossy Remix)* Raybee - City Lights* Street Creeps feat. Rider Shafique - Hungry Bells* Operate & T-Man - Ivory* Cooops - Remedy For The Soul* Defraction - Erra* Faysha - The Mouse (Speaker Louis Remix)* BCee - Speak To The Sky (Kiril Remix)* Jfal - Out The Blue* Forbidden Society & Agressor Bunx - Steel City* Syncline - Magnetise* Technimatic - Gravity Reading* Flat T - Womens Work (Jungle Rehash)* BCee & Logistics feat. Becca Jane Grey - Projections* Dominator - Sound Journey (Telekom & Flat T Remix)* Amoss - Baked Potatoe* AIRGLO & Exile - Kitty* Jubei & Dakuan - Glow Worm* Vital Signs & Nubreed feat. Emily Whitewood - Never Go BackTracklisting:* AIRGLO & Exile feat. CXC - Follow Me* BCee & Mr_ Maph - Easy Roller* A:D - Little Breaths* Bassdubbers - Lardar* Defraction & Creatures - Mönch* Colossus - Very Last Time* Aleyum - Midnight In Seoul* BCee - Firebox (Terror Remix)* Kloro4m & Incus - Murky* Flat T - Crush* Nymfo & Riya feat. Collette Warren - Patience* In The Blue Shirt - Riverbed (Fetus Remix)* SOLR - The Cold In Me* Traumatize - Mind Your Own* Surgence - Submode (VIP)* Qua Rush & Frame - One Nation Under A Breakbeat* Surreal & Rezilient - Transparent* Jfal & Sola - Die For This* Mefjus - Without Them* Zere - Ruff N Tuff* London Elektricity & DiAN - GIN8PM* Cooops - Accidental Jazz* BCee - Computer Brains (Bop Remix)* FX909 - Chatter (Half Step Mix)* BCee feat. Emily Harkness - Know Your Light* Zere - Interval (Sam Binary Remix)* Royalston - Block Shaped Moon* Traumatize - T3* Replicant - 1995 (Crossy Remix)* Raybee - City Lights* Street Creeps feat. Rider Shafique - Hungry Bells* Operate & T-Man - Ivory* Cooops - Remedy For The Soul* Defraction - Erra* Faysha - The Mouse (Speaker Louis Remix)* BCee - Speak To The Sky (Kiril Remix)* Jfal - Out The Blue* Forbidden Society & Agressor Bunx - Steel City* Syncline - Magnetise* Technimatic - Gravity Reading* Flat T - Womens Work (Jungle Rehash)* BCee & Logistics feat. Becca Jane Grey - Projections* Dominator - Sound Journey (Telekom & Flat T Remix)* Amoss - Baked Potatoe* AIRGLO & Exile - Kitty* Jubei & Dakuan - Glow Worm* Vital Signs & Nubreed feat. Emily Whitewood - Never Go Back Download, Distribute, and Donate!

Hebrew Nation Online
Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Mid to Late Second Temple Period Calendar Disputes of the Jews

Hebrew Nation Online

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 49:53


About 20 centuries ago, hundreds of documents from a written library of scrolls were carefully placed into clay jars and deposited for safe-keeping into many of the western caves of Israel's Dead Sea region. The area refers to the Qumran. The discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls captured the attention of numerous academics, religious leaders, and biblical researchers emerging from all walks of life. Since their discovery between 1947 and 1956, deciphering and translation continued well into the 1990s. All work is now published and is widely available for anyone interested in studying these ancient documents. An analysis of the scrolls through the eyes of the many researchers and translators involved in the project will provide us with some unique insights into the spiritual and cultural issues of the mid to late Jewish Second Temple Period. To help us understand the Dead Sea scrolls and their importance, I spoke with Dr. James C. Vanderkam, retired Professor of Hebrew Scriptures at Notre Dame University's John A. O'Brien Department of Biblical Theology. Professor VanderKam received his doctorate from Harvard University in 1976. As a member of the editorial committee preparing the Dead Sea Scrolls for publication, he edited thirteen volumes in the series Discoveries in the Judaean Desert. In addition to publishing numerous essays in journals and books, professor Vanderkam's other published works include a Commentary on the Book of Jubilees, Studies in the Hebrew Bible and Second Temple Literature, An Introduction to Early Judaism), The Meaning of the Dead Sea Scrolls, High Priests after the Exile, The Book of Enoch, and The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible. Join us for this interview, Episode 97 from Real Israel Talk Radio.

Israel Radio Podcast with Yishai Fleisher
Potent Plants, Shrunken Heads, and Heavenly Ladders

Israel Radio Podcast with Yishai Fleisher

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 27:55


In Hebron, Rabbi Yishai Fleisher talks about the Torah portion of Vayeitze and Jacob's beautiful vision of the ladder between heaven and earth and the ensuing mission of the Jewish people. Then, Jacob's hard sojourn into Exile but with the gift of the birth of the tribes of Israel. All this while contending with the flock's fertility and the fertility of feuding wives - the mothers of Israel - Rachel and Leah.

The Land of Israel Network
Yishai Fleisher Show: Potent Plants, Shrunken Heads, and Heavenly Ladders

The Land of Israel Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 27:55


In Hebron, Rabbi Yishai Fleisher talks about the Torah portion of Vayeitze and Jacob's beautiful vision of the ladder between heaven and earth and the ensuing mission of the Jewish people. Then, Jacob's hard sojourn into Exile but with the gift of the birth of the tribes of Israel. All this while contending with the flock's fertility and the fertility of feuding wives - the mothers of Israel - Rachel and Leah.

The NorthFIeld Podcast
PASTOR KILLED| || Iranian Christian sentenced to two years in exile

The NorthFIeld Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 8:21


PASTOR KILLED| || Iranian Christian sentenced to two years in exile

Wayfarer
Exile and Return (CaD Gen 35)

Wayfarer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 3:54


One of the things I've discovered along my spiritual journey is that the return is often as important as the destination. In some cases, they turn out to be one and the same. A chapter-a-day podcast from Genesis 35. The text version of every chapter-a-day podcast can be found and shared at tomvanderwell.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wayfarer-tom-vander-well/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayfarer-tom-vander-well/support

Pardes from Jerusalem
Crises & Kings Episode 39: David’s Exile from Jerusalem

Pardes from Jerusalem

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 21:35


The Book of Samuel II Episode 39: David’s Exile from Jerusalem Podcast Overview: Avshalom rebels against his father David and the kingdom threatens to unravel. (Samuel II 15:1-37) Download Source Sheet A special note to the listener: In general, listeners … Read the rest The post Crises & Kings Episode 39: David's Exile from Jerusalem first appeared on Elmad Online Learning. Continue reading Crises & Kings Episode 39: David’s Exile from Jerusalem at Elmad Online Learning.

New Books Network
Anna Hedlund, "Hutu Rebels: Exile Warriors in the Eastern Congo" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2019)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 48:39


In 1994, almost one million ethnic Tutsis were killed in the genocide in Rwanda. In the aftermath of the genocide, some of the top-echelon Hutu officers who had organized it fled Rwanda to the eastern Congo (DRC) and set up a new base for military operation, with the goal of retaking power in Kigali, Rwanda. More than twenty years later, these rebel forces comprise a diverse group of refugees, rebel fighters, and civilian dependents who operate from mountain areas in the Congo forests and have a long and complex history of war and violence. Having conducted ethnographic fieldwork in a rebel camp located deep in the Congo forest, Anna Hedlund explores the micropolitics and practices of everyday life among a community of Hutu rebel fighters and their families, living under the harshest of conditions. She describes the Hutu fighters not only as a military unit with a vision of return to Rwanda but also as a community engaged in the present Congo conflicts. Hutu Rebels: Exile Warriors in the Eastern Congo (U Pennsylvania Press, 2019) argues that we need to move beyond compiling catalogs of atrocities and start examining the "ordinary life" of combatants if we want to understand the ways in which violence is expressed in the context of a most brutal conflict. In this episode I explore these elements of Hedlund's book and more. Christopher P. Davey is the Charles E. Scheidt Visiting Assistant Professor of Genocide Studies and Prevention at the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Clark University.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Video Game Outsiders
Episode 732 - With Some Guy Who Owns A Game Store

Video Game Outsiders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 108:55


Forza Horizon 5, Call of Duty: Vanguard, Stolen Realm, Moonglow Bay, Metroid Dread, Path of Exile, Arcane LoL Netflix animated series, Grandma's Boy, secret Black Friday deals, and more gaming news with guest and game store owner CCgamesCEO. Head to videogameoutsiders.com to go premium for only 1.99 for the entire back catalog of VGO and weekly bonus shows, our discord, and more! #ad Get 20% off + free shipping with the code VGO20 at manscaped.com

Ecclesia Princeton
From Garden To City- Week Seven- Savannah Charlish-Inman- Isaiah 42vv1-9- Hope In Exile

Ecclesia Princeton

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 23:08


Savannah Charlish-Inman leads us as we look at the words of hope that God holds even in exile and how we are to orient our lives in the midst of exile to receive a fresh word from God. Support the show (https://ecclesianj.churchcenter.com/giving)

Hashkafa of the Moadim
Introduction to the Greek Exile

Hashkafa of the Moadim

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 46:11


Ozark Christian College Podcast
Life in Exile: Resist the Culture - Brice Wurdeman

Ozark Christian College Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021


www.OCC.edu - Ozark Christian College - Joplin, Missouri - 417.626.1234

Talking Talmud
Rosh Hashanah 31: The Divine Presence in Exile

Talking Talmud

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 22:00


The daf opens with the Levites' Shir shel Yom, which are in our siddur today too. Also, the Shechinah, as exiled with the people - with real changes to the Second Temple because of those shifts. The Sanhedrin was exiled too, if course, with the list of locales here. Also, a new mishnah, on another if Rabbi Yochanan ben Zakkai's decrees. Specifically, the court stays in its seat even if its head has gone traveling. The Gemara presents a case that counters this decree, or so it would seem. Plus, the commonality of these decrees by R. Yochanan ben Zakkai.

Calvary Monterey Podcast
Exile Pastor - 1 Peter 5:1-5

Calvary Monterey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021


Pastor Nate continues our study in the book of 1 Peter.Sermon Notes | Life Group Questions | Connection | Give

Restoration Presbyterian Church
Living the Exile Life | 1 Peter 1: 22-25

Restoration Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 41:00


Living the Exile Life | 1 Peter 1: 22-25

DnBRadio 24/7 - Main DnB Channel
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DnBRadio 24/7 - Main DnB Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 203:39


Recorded 2021-11-06 20:00:46 DnB Radio Tracklisting: * Maykors & Hybert Phillips - Starr* CPH & Jay Dubz - Distant Cycles* Amoss & Visages - Long Island* Jfal - The Message* Eastcolors - Bad Beats* M-zine - Re-Quit* Exile & AIRGLO - Kitty* InTaKe - Unspoken* G.P.M - What You Know* Royalston & LyfLyk - Sunburnt In Malaysia* Low_r - Bawlin' Out* Qua Rush - Serial Chiller* Hybert Phillips - Ra* RNCBL - Pure Fetish* Aperio feat. Aleya Mae - Lost The Way* Amaning - One World* Motiv feat. Collette Warren - Cloak & Dagger* Nymfo - Touch My Hand* Nfunk feat. DivideUp - Fullnes 2k21* Jazzatron - Ironic Bass* Jubei & Dogger & Mindstate & Chunky - Time Travel* Royalston - Scalps* Stunna & Physics feat. Jere Garcia - World Keeps Turning* D.Minds - No Control* Asura & Wave - Microtube* Eastcolors - Heartbroken* Brainwork - Vitality* M-zine - Proceed* Lexurus - Crystalize* Surreal & Rezilient - Transparent* Qumulus & Rekha Sawhney - Sunset Over Calcutta* Mitekiss & Emiko feat. Duskee - Mortala* Hybert Phillips - Riot* Askel & Elere feat. Winslow - Taking Forever* InTaKe - Bass Song* Faysha - Hey Mr Policeman (Damageman Remix)* DOt. - Ominous* Simon V feat. MC Fava - Night Sail* Polaris & Nelver - EOS* Sl8r - Crocodile* Cybin - Trinity Step* Amaning - Life On A String* Dualistic & Subsequent feat. Ella Noel - Sunrise (BCee Remix)* Hybert Phillips - Wandering* Ben Vibrant - Soundboi* DOt. - Hoisin* Operate & T-Man - Ivory* Peter Lix - Fade Away* Walk:r - Mantra* Planky & Leaf Dog - Give It UpTracklisting:* Maykors & Hybert Phillips - Starr* CPH & Jay Dubz - Distant Cycles* Amoss & Visages - Long Island* Jfal - The Message* Eastcolors - Bad Beats* M-zine - Re-Quit* Exile & AIRGLO - Kitty* InTaKe - Unspoken* G.P.M - What You Know* Royalston & LyfLyk - Sunburnt In Malaysia* Low_r - Bawlin' Out* Qua Rush - Serial Chiller* Hybert Phillips - Ra* RNCBL - Pure Fetish* Aperio feat. Aleya Mae - Lost The Way* Amaning - One World* Motiv feat. Collette Warren - Cloak & Dagger* Nymfo - Touch My Hand* Nfunk feat. DivideUp - Fullnes 2k21* Jazzatron - Ironic Bass* Jubei & Dogger & Mindstate & Chunky - Time Travel* Royalston - Scalps* Stunna & Physics feat. Jere Garcia - World Keeps Turning* D.Minds - No Control* Asura & Wave - Microtube* Eastcolors - Heartbroken* Brainwork - Vitality* M-zine - Proceed* Lexurus - Crystalize* Surreal & Rezilient - Transparent* Qumulus & Rekha Sawhney - Sunset Over Calcutta* Mitekiss & Emiko feat. Duskee - Mortala* Hybert Phillips - Riot* Askel & Elere feat. Winslow - Taking Forever* InTaKe - Bass Song* Faysha - Hey Mr Policeman (Damageman Remix)* DOt. - Ominous* Simon V feat. MC Fava - Night Sail* Polaris & Nelver - EOS* Sl8r - Crocodile* Cybin - Trinity Step* Amaning - Life On A String* Dualistic & Subsequent feat. Ella Noel - Sunrise (BCee Remix)* Hybert Phillips - Wandering* Ben Vibrant - Soundboi* DOt. - Hoisin* Operate & T-Man - Ivory* Peter Lix - Fade Away* Walk:r - Mantra* Planky & Leaf Dog - Give It Up Download, Distribute, and Donate!

Da Miri Podcast
90: الزبدة | البدء من لا شيء بعد خسارة كل شيء مع ابراهيم شيباني

Da Miri Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 11:51


 الزبدة أنه مرات وأنت في الحضيض توصل للقمة!  مصمم الأزياء وصاحب ماركة (Born in Exile) إبراهيم الشيباني، يحكيلنا بطريقته الكوميدية المميزة عن فترة انتقاله من صاحب شغل إلى موظف، وكيف تسكرت كل البلدان في وجهه بسبب الظروف اللي تمر بيها ليبيا وقتها

Drop Your Buffs
Survivor 41, Episode 7 “There's Gonna Be Blood” Recap

Drop Your Buffs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 79:16


Erika is back from Exile and she's giving Cher, turning back time and flipping the game on its head ahead of the first merge (or almost merge) vote. Meanwhile, Knowledge is Power and, unfortunately for Liana, everyone has the knowledge. We're breaking down the strategy and all of the mess that went down at Tribal.   Join the conversation! Our DMs are open: Evan: https://www.instagram.com/evanrosskatz Sean: https://www.instagram.com/soda.pup   Music by Cody Lee Curtis (@codyleecurtis). Artwork by Mark Glasgow (@markglasgowillustration).

The Global Politico
Belarus' opposition leader on fighting the Lukashenko regime from exile

The Global Politico

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 23:10


Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya was a former teacher and self-described housewife catapulted to run for president of Belarus when her candidate husband was arrested in 2020. Even in exile after the disputed election, she's the biggest threat against strongman Alexander Lukashenko's hold over Belarus. She has captivated Belarusians with her campaign for democracy and been nominated for the Nobel Prize. POLITICO's Ryan Heath asks Tsikhanouskaya about how she plans to corral the international community for tighter sanctions and about how she's working with informants within the Lukashenko regime to bring it down.  Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya is an opposition leader, fighting to bring Democracy to Belarus.  Ryan Heath is the host of the "Global Insider" podcast and authors the newsletter.  Olivia Reingold produces “Global Insider.”  Irene Noguchi  edits “Global Insider” and is the executive producer of POLITICO Audio.

Curious Creatures
Tim Burgess: Psychedelic Guru of Manchester

Curious Creatures

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 50:13


Budgie and Lol hear about Tim's first memory of Little Jimmy Osmond at 6 years old and then Buzzcocks in 1978 at ten years old. He got let in the back door of clubs went on stage in the late 80's doing his thing and nobody has told him to get off yet. The sun came out in Manchester and everyone started dancing! Tim ended up In Los Angeles as part of his childhood fantasy. We discuss destruction-touring and making records. On  Head on the Door Lol nearly set the studio alight with model racing cars. Out of chaos Budgie makes Dear Prudence. Tim lived as the Rolling Stones making Exile on Main Street. Tim gets a editor and writes a great memoir and carried on writing. Tim gets Budgie to agree to let him use his tweets to help people affected by Covid. We tell Tim he's saved music. Good man. Later on they reveal that punk produced quite a few characters as it was such a time of social change. That's why we remember them. And if Budgie doesn't know them Lol does! For more info about topics discussed by Lol, Budgie and Tim in this week's episode, visit us online at https://curiouscreaturespodcast.com/Curious Creatures:Website: https://curiouscreaturespodcast.comFacebook: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialTwitter: @curecreaturesInstagram: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialLol Tolhurst: Facebook: @officialloltolhurst Twitter: @LolTolhurst Instagram: @lol.tolhurst Budgie: Facebook: @budgieofficial Twitter: @TuWhit2whooInstagram: @budgie646Tim Burgess:Facebook: @timburgessmusic, @thecharlatansTwitter: @Tim_Burgess, @LlSTENlNG_PARTYInstagram: @thecharlatans, @ogenesisrecordsCurious Creatures is a partner of the Double Elvis podcast network. For more of the best music storytelling follow @DoubleElvis on Instagram or search Double Elvis in your podcast app. 

Dig Me Out - The 90's rock podcast
#564: Exile on Coldharbour Lane by Alabama 3

Dig Me Out - The 90's rock podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 82:06


Country, blues, and gospel are a winning combination. So are mixing trip-hop with acid house. But what if we threw that all into a big stew, layered it with a John Prine cover, Jim Jones (of Jonestown infamy) audio samples, and a druggy, capitalist critiquing, night-on-a-bender lyrical bent that also stayed away from strident political commentary while being entirely political? A big stew, eh? That's what Alabama 3 are serving up on their 1997 debut album Exile on Coldharbour Lane. If the band name sounds familiar, and you were alive at the start of the 21st century, you probably heard their track "Woke Up This Morning" introducing the weekly exploits of one Tony Soprano. Hearing that song gives listeners a nice primer on the band, but they do much more with their sixty-minute run-time, even if occasionally indulging a bit too much, like any fully exploited bender.   Songs In This Episode: Intro - Woke Up This Morning 18:42 - Speed of the Sound of Loneliness 24:44 - Sister Rosetta 39:46 - Mao Tse Tung Said 1:07:34 - Peace in the Valley Outro - U Don't Dans 2 Tekno Anymore   Support the podcast, join the DMO UNION at Patreon. Listen to the episode archive at DigMeOutPodcast.com.

Challenge Mania
Survivor Episode 6 w/ Scott & Lindsay

Challenge Mania

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 43:15


Scott & Lindsay break down Episode 6 of Survivor 41 and if you break an hour glass, they will do the whole podcast over again. Not really...www.ChallengeMania.Shopwww.ChallengeMania.Livewww.Patreon.com/ChallengeMania

Deeper Fellowship Church Podcast
The Purpose of Exile

Deeper Fellowship Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 73:01


Speaker: Pastor William McDowell - The weekly podcast of Deeper Fellowship Church, led by Pastor William McDowell