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5 Heures
La Semaine des 5H - Pourquoi Christine McVie était essentielle dans le groupe Fleetwood Mac ?

5 Heures

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 51:25


Que peut-on attendre de la version remasterisée de l'album « Wish » de The Cure ? Pourquoi la série « Time » visible sur Auvio renouvelle-t-elle le genre du « film de prison » ? Quelle actrice française de renom est invitée sur un morceau des Penelopes ? Et quel chanteur français le groupe Metronomy a-t-il été convié sur l'album « Small World » ? A quoi ressemble la nouvelle BD de Blutch, « La mer à boire » ? Et la troisième saison de la série hollando-flamande « Undercover » ? Vous saurez tout en écoutant « La semaine des 5 heures » de ce jeudi 1er décembre.

The Essay
Visibility of Communication

The Essay

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 13:38


A very personal essay series about communication, listening, performance and British Sign Language (BSL). Sophie Stone considers her own life, career as an actor and identity as a Deaf person, through the role of communication, both spoken and in BSL. Hers is an unusual and vivid life – she was sometimes homeless as a child, became a young single mother, broke new ground as the first deaf acting student at RADA, enjoys a successful actor career, and maintains strong activist roots. Each essay describes a formative stage in Sophie's life and career, incorporating historical figures, the challenges and achievements of deaf and hard of hearing people since the 19th century and her own personal experience. Essay 3: Visibility of Communication Sophie talks candidly about the fear and isolation she felt as a deaf child, how seeing other deaf people, finding a community experiencing the world in similar ways, encouraged her to realise she was not alone. In challenging limiting beliefs and fighting for Deaf rights, Sophie describes finding the courage to carve out new pathways and opportunities in her life and career, creating opportunities for deaf voices to be integral to the creative process, and carving space for deafness to be made visible. Listen Harder broadcast on BBC Radio 3 will be accompanied by an animated transcript and BSL translation on BBC Sounds website, increasing accessibility. Sophie Stone is a leading actor who grew up in east London and has been Deaf since birth. She was the first deaf student at RADA. Since graduating, theatre includes: Othello (The Watermill Theatre); The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time (NT/Frantic Assembly Tour); The Living Newspaper (The Royal Court); The New Tomorrow (The Young Vic); The Beauty Parade (Wales Millennium Centre); As You Like It (Shakespeare's Globe); Emilia (Shakespeare's Globe/ West End); Jubilee (Lyric, Hammersmith/ Manchester Royal Exchange); The Greatest Wealth (The Old Vic); Herons (Lyric, Hammersmith); Mother Courage and Her Children (National Theatre); and In Water I'm Weightless (National Theatre of Wales). Television includes: The Chelsea Detective (2), Moving On, Two Doors Down (2), Shakespeare & Hathaway, Shetland, The Crown, Doctor Who, Mapp and Lucia, Moonstone, Marchlands, Midsomer Murders (2), Small World, Holby City, Casualty (2) and FM. Film includes: Name Me Lawand, Retreat (Sophie was awarded Best Actress Award, Clin d'Oeil Festival), My Christmas Angel, Confessions and Coming Home. She is co-founder of the Deaf & Hearing Ensemble Theatre Company, associate Artist for The Watermill Theatre, Pentabus Theatre and works as a consultant for several TV, Film and Theatre companies. Sophie had a lead role in Beethoven Can Hear You for BBC Radio 3 in 2020. Her essay for Radio 3 in 2020 for the Five Kinds of Beethoven series, was a critical success. It was accompanied by an animated transcript to increase accessibility. Writer and reader Sophie Stone Recording engineer Mat Clarke at Sonica Studios Sound designer Eloise Whitmore Producers Polly Thomas and Mina Anwar A Naked Production for BBC Radio 3

Mix In Some Magic
Once Upon A Time- "it's a small world"

Mix In Some Magic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 44:45


Once Upon A Time, there was an amazing attraction at Disneyland called "it's a small world"! In this episode, I talk all about the history, storytelling, and inside secrets of this famous attraction. I also announce a giveaway just for my podcast listeners! Mouse Dining: https://lddy.no/1dqfb Disneyland Touring Plans: https://mixinsomemagic.com/downloadable-touring-plans/ Discount Disney Tickets and Hotels: Discount Park Tickets and Hotels: https://www.getawaytoday.com/tickets/disneyland-resort/?referrerid=7842 1-855-GET-AWAY *Use code MSM10 to save an additional $10 on packages! Join My Newsletter!: https://mailchi.mp/67d703f82868/mix-in-some-magic Mix In Some Magic Website: https://mixinsomemagic.com/ Check out my social media for Disney tips and fun! https://www.instagram.com/mixinsomemagic https://www.pinterest.com/mixinsomemagic https://www.facebook.com/mixinsomemagic

The Commute with Carlson
November 29, 2022 show

The Commute with Carlson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 107:12


6am hour -- Happy 89th Birthday to Mom Carlson today, KVI encourages you to donate to the annual Salvation Army Toy Drive this coming Friday to make it a memorable Christmas for children and families in need this year, "the severity, the intensity of what's going down in China right now" more intense than 1989 Tiananmen Square protests, Mother Nature putting the snow in Snohomish County, 19 yr old Tacoma road rage shooting suspect (shot and wounded an 11 yr old passenger in another car) has 2 felony convictions and shouldn't have had a gun in the first place, a UW professor makes a strange defense of WA's new restrictions on police pursuits. 7am hour -- former VP Mike Pence calls on Donald Trump to apologize after recent dinner with Ye (formerly Kanye West) and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes, semi-famous actor Clarence Gilyard Jr dies at age 66 (he was born Christmas eve 1955 in Moses Lake to a military family, Western State Hospital hired a convicted criminal and heroin dealer to work alongside some of state's most violent and mentally unstable criminal offenders, what Hospital officials are now saying about this embarrassing discovery, the convicted criminal Western State worker points out he kept getting probation, 8am hour -- today's US vs. Iran World Cup match is the biggest showdown between the two nations since Hulk Hogan vanquished The Iron Sheik at Madison Square Garden to win the WWF World Championship in Jan. 1984, Carlson explains his recent COVID+ status and symptoms, White House reporter has the gall and utter lack of self-awareness to complain about "vectors of misinformation" regarding Elon Musk's Twitter, Comcast cable office in North Seattle blasts loud classical music in effort to deter unsanctioned homeless tents on sidewalk in front of their office building, how the annoying Disney song "Its a Small World" could hold the key to ending homelessness as we know it, today's the 13th anniversary of the Lakewood Fallen Four police killing ambush and there are two important fundraisers you need to know about to support the community of Lakewood this week.

The Essay
Forms of Communication

The Essay

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 13:41


A very personal essay series about communication, listening, performance and British Sign Language (BSL). Sophie Stone considers her own life, career as an actor and identity as a deaf person, through the role of communication, both spoken and in BSL. Hers is an unusual and vivid life – she was sometimes homeless as a child, became a young single mother, broke new ground as the first deaf acting student at RADA, enjoys a successful actor career, and maintains strong activist roots. Each essay describes a formative stage in Sophie's life and career, incorporating historical figures, the challenges and achievements of deaf and hard of hearing people since the 19th century and her own personal experience. Essay 2: Forms of Communication Sophie looks at different forms of communication, and how her relationship to sounds and her other senses and has shaped her work as a deaf actor. She talks about the challenges and possibilities of shaping a more authentic representation of disability on stage and screen. The essay explores the ways deaf artists have perceived their own deafness and how this impacts their own creativity. Listen Harder broadcast on BBC Radio 3 will be accompanied by an animated transcript and BSL translation on BBC Sounds website, increasing accessibility. Sophie Stone is a leading actor who grew up in east London and has been deaf since birth. She was the first deaf student at RADA. Since graduating, theatre includes: Othello (The Watermill Theatre); The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time (NT/Frantic Assembly Tour); The Living Newspaper (The Royal Court); The New Tomorrow (The Young Vic); The Beauty Parade (Wales Millennium Centre); As You Like It (Shakespeare's Globe); Emilia (Shakespeare's Globe/ West End); Jubilee (Lyric, Hammersmith/ Manchester Royal Exchange); The Greatest Wealth (The Old Vic); Herons (Lyric, Hammersmith); Mother Courage and Her Children (National Theatre); and In Water I'm Weightless (National Theatre of Wales). Television includes: The Chelsea Detective (2), Moving On, Two Doors Down (2), Shakespeare & Hathaway, Shetland, The Crown, Doctor Who, Mapp and Lucia, Moonstone, Marchlands, Midsomer Murders (2), Small World, Holby City, Casualty (2) and FM. Film includes: Name Me Lawand, Retreat (Sophie was awarded Best Actress Award, Clin d'Oeil Festival), My Christmas Angel, Confessions and Coming Home. She is co-founder of the Deaf & Hearing Ensemble Theatre Company, associate Artist for The Watermill Theatre, Pentabus Theatre and works as a consultant for several TV, Film and Theatre companies. Sophie had a lead role in Beethoven Can Hear You for BBC Radio 3 in 2020. Her essay for Radio 3 in 2020 for the Five Kinds of Beethoven series, was a critical success. It was accompanied by an animated transcript to increase accessibility. Writer and reader Sophie Stone Recording engineer Mat Clarke at Sonica Studios Sound designer Eloise Whitmore Producers Polly Thomas and Mina Anwar A Naked Production for BBC Radio 3.

The Essay
Communication Withheld

The Essay

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 13:47


A very personal essay series about communication, listening, performance and British Sign Language (BSL). Sophie Stone considers her own life, career as an actor and identity as a deaf person, through the role of communication, both spoken and in BSL. Hers is an unusual and vivid life – she was sometimes homeless as a child, became a young single mother, broke new ground as the first deaf acting student at RADA, enjoys a successful actor career, and maintains strong activist roots. Each essay describes a formative stage in Sophie's life and career, incorporating historical figures, the challenges and achievements of deaf and hard of hearing people since the 19th century and her own personal experience. Essay 1: Communication Withheld Sophie talks candidly about her early years as a deaf child, denied access to language and communication through an inadequate education system teaching oralism above any other form of communication. Sophie describes her rebellious teenage years and how through finding BSL and the language of theatre, she began to find deeper more authentic ways to communicate. Listen Harder broadcast on BBC Radio 3 will be accompanied by an animated transcript and BSL translation on BBC Sounds website, increasing accessibility. Sophie Stone is a leading actor who grew up in east London and has been deaf since birth. She was the first Deaf student at RADA. Since graduating, theatre includes: Othello (The Watermill Theatre); The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time (NT/Frantic Assembly Tour); The Living Newspaper (The Royal Court); The New Tomorrow (The Young Vic); The Beauty Parade (Wales Millennium Centre); As You Like It (Shakespeare's Globe); Emilia (Shakespeare's Globe/ West End); Jubilee (Lyric, Hammersmith/ Manchester Royal Exchange); The Greatest Wealth (The Old Vic); Herons (Lyric, Hammersmith); Mother Courage and Her Children (National Theatre); and In Water I'm Weightless (National Theatre of Wales). Television includes: The Chelsea Detective (2), Moving On, Two Doors Down (2), Shakespeare & Hathaway, Shetland, The Crown, Doctor Who, Mapp and Lucia, Moonstone, Marchlands, Midsomer Murders (2), Small World, Holby City, Casualty (2) and FM. Film includes: Name Me Lawand, Retreat (Sophie was awarded Best Actress Award, Clin d'Oeil Festival), My Christmas Angel, Confessions and Coming Home. She is co-founder of the Deaf & Hearing Ensemble Theatre Company, associate Artist for The Watermill Theatre, Pentabus Theatre and works as a consultant for several TV, Film and Theatre companies. Sophie had a lead role in Beethoven Can Hear You for BBC Radio 3 in 2020. Her essay for Radio 3 in 2020 for the Five Kinds of Beethoven series, was a critical success. It was accompanied by an animated transcript to increase accessibility. Writer and reader Sophie Stone Recording engineer Mat Clarke at Sonica Studios Sound designer Eloise Whitmore Producers Polly Thomas and Mina Anwar A Naked Production for BBC Radio 3

Tenx9
243 - Small World 2022

Tenx9

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 29:45


Three stories on the theme Small World told in the Black Box: Brendan Green discovers the Irish know exactly how small the world is; Paul Hutchinson goes across the world to meet his new daughter; Lydia Searle finds a world of love with a dog called Murphy. Paul is your host. Tenx9 is a live storytelling event where nine people have up to ten minutes each to tell a true story from their own life on a particular theme. It began in Belfast in 2011 in the Black Box, started by Pádraig Ó Tuama & Paul Doran. You'll find all the upcoming dates at tenx9.com/events, our guidelines at tenx9.com/guidelines & you can submit your stories at tenx9.com/submissions.

Drafty Quarters Podcast Network
DQP Weekly - Big Trouble in the small world: Zombies in the DMZ

Drafty Quarters Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 82:26


Hosted by Shane and Russell!   A Drafty Quarters Production

Word on the Main Street - A Disneyland Podcast
Episode 290 - Bob Out, Bob In!

Word on the Main Street - A Disneyland Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 102:19


Sean and Bryan discuss the changing Bobs, upcoming Christmas specials, Life Day at Disney, Toontown's opening date, Small World updates, Lunar New Year AND Food & Wine announcements, and Bryan's trip report! We have new merch! Buy now at: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/word-on-the-main-street-podcast?ref_id=26007 We have a sponsor: Get Away Today! Use our referral link to get $10 off any 2+ night Southern California package! www.getawaytoday.com?referrerid=7479 or use promo code mainstreetpod10 Buy us a churro! www.buymeacoffee.com/wotms Stay at Homewood Suites Anaheim Resort and save 10% by calling Mike Ransom at 714-750-2010 and mentioning Word on the Main Street Podcast! 10+ room group rates also available! Contact the hosts: Voicemail: 801.923.2455 Sean - sean.wotms@gmail.com Bryan - bryan.wotms@gmail.com

Proxi-Jeux
[Sortons le grand jeu] Small World / Vinci – Philippe Keyaerts

Proxi-Jeux

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 122:26


Parmi les peuples de Proxi-Jeux, il en est deux particuliers nommés Cyrus et Le Pionfesseur qui ont le pouvoir de décortiquer […]

The Weekly Squeeze With Chanale
It's A Small World, Stars Crossed and Turx Is Back (w/a friend).

The Weekly Squeeze With Chanale

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 42:12


Sign up for Daily GivingDAILY GIVINGFollow Chanale on Instagramwww.instagram.com/chanalemusicFollow Chanale on Twitterhttps://twitter.com/ChanalemusicTo purchase Chanale's Show Business and Performing Masterclass Or to watch "The Kumzits Concert www.chanalemusic.com

Swish Edition
Grinch Farts, Sold Out Pickles, and a Dozen Cannons

Swish Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 39:44


The boys are talking about the most romantic cities list; VR headsets that kill you; Garth Brooks' new Vegas residency; Jeff Bezos' generosity; candles that smell like pickles; Wendy's new holiday Frosty; teachers behaving very badly; “The White Lotus” loves penises; “It's a Small World” gets woker; Mariah Carey to return for Christmas; UFC launches “Power Slap;” Jerry Springer apologizes; Chris Rock is going live; we can't stop talking about Nick Cannon; and, much more pop culture madness.

Humble and Fred Radio
November 14, 2022: It's A Small Small World

Humble and Fred Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 84:34


The show comes from Canada and Mexico today / Humble and gives a scene setter from San Miguel de Allende / What coffee means to us / Weekend sports roundup / Dan Duran the anchorman / No Trump talk until the very end Humble and Fred is proudly brought to you by Bodog, GoDaddy, The Chambers Plan, The Retirement Sherpa Tim Niblett, Electric Vehicle Network, and Kelseys Original Roadhouse.

DBC Pod
Calls for Bob Chapek's firing, Top 3 Holiday Snacks we are looking forward to, and what we would change about the Galactic Starcruiser

DBC Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 51:31


Episode 134 ...  for the week of November 14, 2022  - and this is what is going on in our Disney World...What is Everybody Talking About?- Calls for Bob Chapek's firing after disappointing quarterly earnings (source: Blog Mickey) and reports of a hiring freeze and potential job cuts loom (source: CNBC)- Disneyland Treehouse to be rethemed as "Adventureland Treehouse" - no IP! (source: Scott Gustin)- Inclusive dolls added to It's a Small World at Disneyland (source: Blog Mickey)Starts @1:11 ...OUR Takes: Pre-vacation rituals and traditions- What are things that people do in preparation for their Disney trip that we feel are over/under/properly rated?Starts @11:13 ...Welcome new members and DCI update- Welcome new Discord member TheColeH!Starts @23:54 ...Topic: How would we change the Galactic Starcruiser?- Reports of low bookings for this immersive hotel have us wondering what can change about the structure of the stays there to attract more voyagersStarts @25:37 ...Top 3: Holiday Snacks/Drinks- Disney has released information on a lot of special holiday snacks and treats that will be available at Walt Disney World - we list out the top 3 that we are interested in tryingStarts @33:36 ...DBC Discord Engagement- How many days are too many at one park during your Disney trip?- Next Week's Topic: What is one thing you have to do at every time at WDW that isn't food, an attraction or show?Starts @39:41 ...* Reminder to like, subscribe, rate, and review the DBC Pod wherever you get your podcast *Send us an e-mail! .... thedbcpodcast@gmail.comFollow us on social media:- LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/thedbcpod - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/TheDBCPod/- Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheDBCPod- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDBCPod- YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/thedbcpod- TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thedbcpod- Discord Server: https://discord.com/invite/cJ8Vxf4BmQNote: This podcast is not affiliated with any message boards, blogs, news sites, or other podcasts

Easy Diz It
Ep 64- Theme Parks Solo? and some Universal Orlando Hype!

Easy Diz It

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 48:31


Here on Easy Diz It, We share ideas on staying happy and healthy in the parks. And we have some fun with news games and trivia. This week we discussed among other things, vacationing solo in theme parks. Highly Suspect Headlines (Disney News Game) Disneyland's Adventureland Treehouse re-theme revealed as the Encanto Treehouse This was rumoured for a while as they have been working on it since 2021 Was Swiss Family originally, then re-themed to Tarzan in New theme is inspired by the original Swiss Family Treehouse, but will be based on a new family. Expanded ground level attractions kitchen, dining room, and Fathers art studio, that features sketches of the rooms above Doctor Who coming to Disney+ Beginning in 2023, Disney will begin airing new Doctor Who episodes Tenant is coming back! Small World in Disneyland adds a mobility impaired character Appeared when reopening with holiday overlay "The dolls are participating inclusively alongside their non-disabled peers, which is something we want to see more of, instead of being depicted as limited or incapable because of a disability," Houghton Three tips from a nerd focuses on traveling solo Save money- You can also save money by using the single rider lines instead of buying whatever skip the line product is available. At Disney World, there are only 4 attractions that have single rider: Millennium Falcon, Expedition Everest, Test Track, Rock n Roller coaster. Universal Studios has a ton of single riders. And most other theme parks have them too. Single rider lines are usually best when the ride vehicles seat 4 or 6 to a row. Two by two roller coaster usually aren't that good. Expedition Everest being a huge exception. Avoid hassle- Wait less for food and drink by sitting at the bar. Toothsome's Chocolate Emporium was my latest example. Fantastic restaurant, tough to get a seat. Bar seating was available on a Saturday night! Have more fun- Strike up conversations in line. If you're like me, fun can go either way for this type of thing. Social initiations can be a lot of work and anxiety producing. So here are some things I do. Opening line: Have you been on this yet? If the answer is brief the conversation is over. If the answer is enthusiastic either way, a follow up might be: Did you like it? or Have you heard anything about it? At this point you've done your work for an initiation and the ball is in their court if they want to keep the conversation going. Document the line experience. If you don't want to talk to people, or you are socially drained: Pretend you are a theme park journalist or vlogger. It gives you something to do! A stumps J We talked about the Keys to the Kingdom Tour at Magic Kingdom. At $114 and 5 hours, this tour is somehow pricey but still feels like a good deal! ____________________________________ Support the podcast by purchasing Unofficial Guides through this link: https://amzn.to/3rLVVmy Or booking your travel with Justin Website: easydizit.com Email: easydizitpodcast@gmail.com Instagram: instagram.com/easydizit Facebook: fb.com/JustinwithUTMT

AP Audio Stories
Disneyland adds dolls in wheelchairs to 'It's a Small World'

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 0:36


AP correspondent Julie Walker reports on Disneyland Wheelchair Characters

The Sweep Spot - Former Disneyland Cast Members Talking Disneyland
The Sweep Spot - Disneyland Current Events as of Nov. 11, 2022

The Sweep Spot - Former Disneyland Cast Members Talking Disneyland

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 43:07


We catch up on the latest at the Disneyland Resort. Once per month, you can join a live chat as we record these episodes by joining the Patreon for The Sweep Spot. Our Patreon supporters join us this time to chat about the Adventureland Treehouse announcement, enhancements to It's A Small World, and more!We have authored two books: Cleaning The Kingdom: Insider Tales of Keeping Walt's Dream Spotless and Cleaning The Kingdom: Night, Day, Past and Present. The Sweep Spot is a podcast focusing on the Disneyland Resort, now weekly, with a Topical Episode every two weeks, alternating with a Current Events Episode the other weeks. Lynn Barron and Ken Pellman, former Disneyland Day Custodial Foremen, are your hosts.   For more information and to order books, visit our official website:  http://www.TheSweepSpot.com 

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva
11 - 3-22 SMALL WORLD EVENTIDE CONNECTION

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 5:13


11 - 3-22 SMALL WORLD EVENTIDE CONNECTION by Maine's Coast 93.1

The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast - Vintage Sci-Fi Stories Every Week
042: Small World by William F. Nolan - At Least One Vintage Sci-Fi Short Story In Every Episode

The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast - Vintage Sci-Fi Stories Every Week

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 29:29


What will happen when the alien ships strike Earth? And later? Who will survive? What will life be like in that latter-day jungle? William F. Nolan pens this grim story of the days and the nights of Lewis Stillman—survivor ...He was running, running down the long tunnels, the shadows hunting him, claws clutching at him, nearer ...  Small World by William F. Nolan, that's next on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.When I recorded Small World at the request of Mike Jones, thanks Mike, I had no idea that the author, William F. Nolan wrote the book, with George Clayton Johnson, that led to one of my favorite sci-fi movies, Logan's Run. The 1976 movie featured Michael York, Jenny Agutter, Farrah Fawcett and Peter Ustinov. I enjoy going to movie locations and when I discovered that the scene where Logan and Jessica discover an old man played by Peter Ustinov, the first elderly person either of them has ever seen, was filmed at the Fort Worth Water Gardens, I had to go see it for myself.So, if it hadn't been for you Mike Jones, requesting the short sci-fi story Small World, I would never have known that William F. Nolan also wrote Logan's Run. Long before Logan, Nolan began writing short fiction stories in 1952 and he would continue to write into his 90s!He is credited with more than 180 short stories, today's story, Small World is the 8th such story written by Nolan. Let's go back in time 65 years to the pages of Fantastic Universe Magazine, August 1957, on page 98 you will discover Small World written by William F. Nolan...Next week on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast… He knew his wife was dead, because he'd seen her buried. But it was only one possibility out of infinitely many! ... The Other Now, written by Murray Leinster.That's next week onThe Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.

Mostly Security
255: Boom Boom Boom, You Login

Mostly Security

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 32:19


Jon's Fridge Saga Continues, Eric attends the Oregon AMS Winter Weather Conference. Passkeys are finally(?) here and GitHub Exploit PoCs should come with warning signs. Finally, check out Mark Rober's Squirrelimpics and Nikon's Small World. 0:00 - Intro 12:57 - Passkeys Are Here! 17:56 - GitHub PoC Exploit Fakes 25:43 - Squirrelimpics 3.0 27:51 - Nikon Small World

The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast - Vintage Sci-Fi Stories Every Week
041: Planet of Doom by C. H. Thames - At Least One Vintage Sci-Fi Short Story In Every Episode

The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast - Vintage Sci-Fi Stories Every Week

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 46:01


Today on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast… As a galactic reporter Jane Crowley knewshe had hold of the biggest story of the year; thousands of people were soon to die on this—Planet Of Doom. Planet Of Doom by C. H. Thames, that's next on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.We've just released 50 Vintage Sci-Fi Short Stories 2 with, as you might have guessed, 50 Vintage Sci-Fi Short Stories from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. More than 29 hours of vintage science fiction is on sale now on our website, LostSciFi.com for only $14.97. You pay only $9.97 when you apply the promo code sale, that's sale, lowercase letters only. More than 29 hours of vintage sci-fi for only $9.97 at LostSciFi.com. You can buy this incredible collection anywhere in the world and the price will be converted to your local currency.Today marks the debut of author C. H. Thames on our podcast, but it doesn't really. Let me explain. He was born Milton Lesser in Brooklyn New York in 1928. He changed his name legally in the 1950s to Stephen Marlowe. C. H. Thames is one of several pen names he used during his lengthy career.Milton Lesser can be found in episode 11 of the The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast paired with Philip K. Dick's The Eyes Have It. Lesser, who became Marlowe, also used the pen name Darius John Granger, and his time travel story Stop, You're Killing Me! can be heard in Episode 18.So, Planet of Doom is actually his 3rd appearance on the podcast.Planet of Doom was first published in Imagination Stories of Science and Fantasy in June 1956. A reporter always looks for the big story, and here it was but it couldn't be told! Let's turn to page 82 for Planet of Doom…Next week on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast… He was running, running down the long tunnels, the shadows hunting him, claws clutching at him, nearer... Small World, by request, written by William F. Nolan.That's next week onThe Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.

So There I Was
It's a Small World Episode 22

So There I Was

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 68:51


We are joined by Author, Viper & Phantom Driver, and exceptional story-teller, "Jedi" this week. Jedi tells of the adventures of flying the Phantom and the Viper in the Air National Guard. What's amazing this week is how a chance meeting in a Navy O-Club bar comes full circle almost 40 years later. And Jedi then relates another incident where he was accused of 'buzzing' a beach, that comes full circle when, by chance, he learns who really did it decades later! Jedi is an author of a hilarious and poignant substack and the books Flying Between Heaven and Hell: Weathering Storms available on Amazon and a new book, The Angel of Christmas, due out the first week of November 2022. We learn there's more to life than flying, driving fast cars, drinking, and chasing women... Don't miss this week's show!

That Vacation Co.
That Disney Hustle – Disneyland – Fantasyland pt. 2

That Vacation Co.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 45:50


That Disney Hustle – Disneyland – Fantasyland pt. 2 Join us as we journey part 2 of the attractions and dining of Disneyland's Fantasyland. This is the part of Fantasyland that has our favs! Peter Pan's Flight, Matterhorn Bobsleds, Storybook Land Canal Boats, It's a Small World, Edelweiss Snacks, and more! You cannot beat the chili-lime corn on the cob or the chimichanga! Visit us on the web www.thatvacationco.com. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Follow our That Disney Hustle Instagram account. If you need help booking contact us for a free no obligation quote. We are That Vacation Co., serving you the most delightful destinations. Hosted by Caleb and Chanel Berg. Produced by Caleb Berg --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thatvacationco/message

The Shit No One Tells You About Writing
Including Diversity in Your Writing & Always Thinking About Your Reader

The Shit No One Tells You About Writing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 72:07 Very Popular


In today's Books with Hooks, Carly and CeCe discuss being clear about your age category and details of the plot; keeping the query letter short; fleshing out character dynamics and not focusing too much on worldbuilding; connecting with a character, as opposed to the world, in the opening pages; a children's picture book query letter; including some illustrator notes; exploring darker themes in a picture book; symbolism in children's books; kidlit411.com; using lists in query letters; keeping the metadata at the top of the letter; having a domino effect in the query letter; including active emotion in the opening pages; and adding surprise to your pages.After which Bianca chats with NYT bestselling Jonathan Evison, author of Small World, about the process of writing a very complex 400+ page novel; writing outside the purview of your personal experience and using sensitivity readers; understanding others' experiences through empathy and showing that in your writing; the research that goes into huge books that span generations; how to narrow down what research is needed and stay out of the rabbit holes; knowing when to reveal information throughout the story; and always be thinking about your reader.Find us on our socials:Twitter: @TSNOTYAW @BiancaM_author @carlywatters @ceciliaclyraInstagram: @biancamarais_author @carlywatters @cece_lyra_agent @ the_shit_about_writingFacebook: @tsnotyawWebsite: www.biancamarais.com and www.theshitaboutwriting.Jonathan can be found at www.jonathanevison.netLeftie's podcast can be found at: https://leftie-aubes-writing-podcast.simplecast.com/

The Thought Shower with Intern John
It's A Small World After All - 748

The Thought Shower with Intern John

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 17:59


IJ is back! Who are the worst fan in the NFL? Would IJ and Sos be Disney adults? All that and more on today's episode!Tickets on sale NOW for Intern John's LOST comedy tour! Falls Church, Louisville and St. Pete to benefit the Fisher House! Get yours: InternJohnComedy.comEvery week IJ and Shelby discuss adulting, dating, radio life, and more! You can follow Intern John on social media: @InternJohnRadio and Shelby Sos @ShelbySos. You can listen to past episodes at TheThoughtShower.com and you can WATCH here: WatchTheThoughtShower.com

Mousetalgia Fastpass - Weekly Disneyland News
Ep. 68: The Hulk arrives, Princess and the Frog at Disneyland Resort

Mousetalgia Fastpass - Weekly Disneyland News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 43:48 Very Popular


Episode 68- September 16th, 2022 The Hulk arrives at Avengers Campus, The Princess and the Frog retail location opened this week in New Orleans Square, Magic Key Holders get a special discount in the parks, another popular character gets his own Halloween sipper cup, Star Wars series Andor premiers on Disney+, and It's a Small World is closing soon for it to be transformed into the Holiday overlay version.  

Ingenuity
Small World Networks - Designing for Overlap

Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 3:56


Have you heard this phrase before? If you're deep into research it's likely you've come across it if you've gone down the AI, Biologic Intelligence, or Social Networking rabbit holes. But if you haven't, we break it down to hopefully make it easier to understand and help you realize what product managers in big tech spend most of their time thinking about.Go deeper and learn about Biologic Intelligence and Connectomes.

CEimpact Podcast
Identifying and Addressing Bias in Pharmacy Learners

CEimpact Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 22:46


Studies have connected racial and cultural bias in students and how they approach patient cases in their respective PharmD curriculum. How can preceptors identify and address potential bias in pharmacy learners to help ensure healthcare equity? HostKathy Schott, PhDCEimpact GuestLaQuoia Johnson, PharmD, BCPS, DPLAPharmacy ConsultantGrowing Through Itlaquoiajohnson@gmail.comMore about Dr. LaQuoia Johnson Dr. LaQuoia Johnson is the author of How Rxacism Manifests: Inside the Small World of Pharmacy, a speaker, educator and champion for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Her personal mission is to create opportunities for transformational change in leadership from the lens of Grace. She is a graduate of the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, Board Certified in Pharmacotherapy, and is residency trained in acute-care and pharmacy administration. Dr. Johnson spent the last decade providing patient-centered care and supporting others who do. Today, she leverages her knowledge and skills to educate the next generation of pharmacy technicians as an adjunct professor for Pharmacy Technology programs at two community colleges in North Carolina. Additionally, Dr. Johnson serves the State of North Carolina in partnership with the CDC foundation as a pharmacist consultant, and is the CEO of Growing Through It, LLC offering personal and leadership coaching and EDI-centered workshops for youth groups, corporate conferences, churches, and community-based organizations. Dr. Johnson resigned from her position in Pharmacy LeadershipGet CEClick here to access the courseCE InformationAt the end of this course, preceptors will be able to:1.     Discuss the possible impact implicit and explicit bias may have on students' ability to support health equity2.     Describe strategies preceptors can use help students increase their awareness of their own personal biasUAN: 0107-0000-22-321-H99-PRelease Date: 08/24/2022Expiration Date: 08/24/2025The speakers have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose.This program has been:Approved by the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy as education for Minnesota pharmacy preceptors.Reviewed by the Texas Consortium on Experiential Programs and has been designated as preceptor education and training for Texas preceptors. Want to connect with Dr. LaQuoia Johnson? Check out her website:https://drlaquoiajohnson.com/Want more information on this topic? If you are looking for some more specific guidance relative to implicit bias, health care disparities, and cultural competence, check out these courses: The Impact of Bias on Health OutcomesAll Preceptors' Hand On Deck in Breaking the Barriers of Structural RacismOvercoming Implicit Bias in Healthcare

Book Cougars
Episode 164 - Talking About the Booker Prizes with Russell Gray from Ink and Paper Blog

Book Cougars

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 71:56


Book Tuber Russell Gray of Ink and Paper Blog joins us to talk about his reading of this year's Booker Prize nominees. He's read all thirteen books on the long list, talks about the novels on the shortlist, and shares some ideas about which book he thinks will win and why. For two women who claim to have been busy lately, we sure did manage to read a lot since our last episode! Emily even snuck in one more #BigBookSummer novel, THE DISPLACEMENTS by Bruce Holsinger, and two cooking-related books: BLACK, WHITE, AND THE GREY: THE STORY OF AN UNEXPECTED FRIENDSHIP AND A BELOVED RESTAURANT by John O. Morisano and Mashama Bailey, and MISS ELIZA'S ENGLISH KITCHEN: A NOVEL OF VICTORIAN COOKERY AND FRIENDSHIP by Annabel Abbs (audio narrated by Ell Potter and Bianca Amato). She also read a novel that's first coming out in January 2023 — she couldn't wait! — SMALL WORLD by Laura Zigman. Chris whipped through the next entry in the Alex Carter series, A GHOST OF CARIBOU by Alice Henderson which comes out November 6th. Then she decided to dig back into the early 20th century and read the first English translation of one of the first lesbian novels, ARE THEY WOMEN?: A NOVEL CONCERNING THE THIRD SEX (1901) by Aimée Duc, translated from German by Margaret Sönser Breen and Nisha Kommattam, and also MISS NOBODY FROM NOWHERE (1927) by Elizabeth Jordan. We're excited to talk with listeners who are reading our fourth quarter readalong, THE SEED KEEPER by Diane Wilson. Join us for a zoom discussion on 9/18 at 7 pm ET (email us at bookcougars@gmail.com) or over on our Goodreads page.

MadTrio Podcast
MadTrio Podcast - Episode 159

MadTrio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 61:02


The Mad Trio - "The California Pariah" - Jonathan Charny | James "The Fatman" Stephens | Rob "The Old Guy" Charny share headlines from around the world with a slightly different take. Joining them for this episode is "Who the Hell is this" Ryan Preston and "Miss Oddassaty"  Melanie Gillum.  The Trio + 2 are back to discuss: Queen Elizabeth II passes away at 96, the eighty-second airborne's most decorated officer dies, a rider gets in trouble for touching Walt Disney World's "It's A Small World" water, California's heat wave, Regal Cinemas' parent company files for bankruptcy, Monkeys drummer wants the FBI  to release their files, the Queen's corgi's, Melanie shoots a flamethrower...topless! A Florida-size glacier to destroy the earth, random rants, Mars is getting oxygen, its a start anyway. Executive order 96 internment camps, a vampire in Polish cemetery, cops in a small Arkansas town can no longer write speeding tickets, Wal-Mart's self-checkout, and customers ripping them off using a .25 cent barcode for high ticket items. Lists, and Winnie the Pooh Blood and Honey.   This week's episode is sponsored by the wonderfully mischievous people at Oddassity Use “MADTRIO” for 10% off your entire order through Oddassity.com  

Rise and Run
Preparing for the World Marathon Challenge with Run the Small World

Rise and Run

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 108:21 Very Popular


On this week's episode of the Rise and Run Podcast we get a some training updates from Jack, Lexie and Allie.  Will Adam talk Jack into running 100 miles?  Lexie's tells us about her training run in Mexico  and Allie discusses the importance of friends to get you through a long run.  Women's running safety is also own our minds due to the Eliza Fletcher tragedy.  Bob tells you how to  Join the Conversation by clicking on the Join the Conversation link in the show notes to leave a message.   Maybe your voice will be featured in a future podcast! Next, we are glad to talk with our friend Pam from  Fluffy Fizzies.  Pam updates us on her recent health issues  and how as runners, we are not bulletproof. We also talk about all the wonderful news Pam has about Fluffy Fizzies and she gives us a sneak peak description on the new products she will have at the 2022 runDisney Wine and Dine Expo.Next up, we have a conversation with Michael from Run The Small World.   We discuss his start in long distance running, his upcoming adventure of running 7 Marathons on 7 Continents in 7 days during the World Marathon Challenge and some of his mental and training tips for endurance runs. Finally, in this week's Race Report Spotlight we take a trip 5,280 feet above sea level  with Lesley  who ran the Broncos Fit 7K on September 4th at Empower Field at Mile High.  The Rise and Run Podcast is supported by our audience. When you make a purchase through links on our site or social media channels, we may earn an affiliate commission. Join the Conversation  Show LinksRise and Run Podcast Facebook PageRise and Run Podcast InstagramRise and Run Podcast ShopPassport to RunFluffy Fizzies Michael's LinkRun The Small WorldWorld Marathon ChallengeAtlanta Track Club

Professor Christopher Presents: The Manecast
Small World, Smaller Problems

Professor Christopher Presents: The Manecast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 25:37


Are these problems really massive or did you create these issues yourself and YOU made it bigger than necessary --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themanecast901/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/themanecast901/support

Everyday Driver Car Debate
733: Small World Moments Are The Best, The Venn Diagram Of Cars + Relationships, Take Note Of Yourself

Everyday Driver Car Debate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 48:45 Very Popular


While the guys are on the road, they discuss a Topic Tuesday from Jae M. in Chicago, who wants to involve his girlfriend in buying the next car, but still feed his enthusiast needs. Social media questions ask if A-pillars are destined to always be bulky, are new drivers worse off for learning in SUVs instead of small cars, and what are the reasons enthusiasts are attracted to particular cars? Seasons 1-11 are available on Amazon Prime and Vimeo worldwide. Please rate and review us on iTunes, and the TV show on IMDB and Amazon. Write to us with your Car Debates, Car Conclusions, and Topic Tuesdays at everydaydrivertv@gmail.com or everydaydriver.com. Share the podcast with your car enthusiast friends!

Red Rocks Austin
Praying Big in a Play it Small World

Red Rocks Austin

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 40:05


Does the bigness of your prayer match the bigness of your God?

Slightly Spiritual Pod
It's a Small World: We Must Zoom Out

Slightly Spiritual Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 43:48


Cindy's guides open this episode strong, coming through with the theme of “It's a small world.” Listen to find out what they have to say… Have you ever met someone and thought- “wow- I can't believe we both share this rare XYZ life experience?” Well, it isn't a coincidence and we are incarnating to have these shared experiences and help each other heal from them. Cindy explains why these experiences happen, and what the higher purpose of these not so “chance” meetings are. We also deep dive into the sudden onslaught of illness and serious diagnoses and what the spiritual meaning is. We look at the soul, and the smaller pieces of these experiences and what they actually mean. Cindy also explains what is happening on the other side and what our guides are doing while we experience these diagnoses, and what our guides are doing for us during near death experiences. We discuss patterns of self sabotage coming up to be healed and why we self sabotage from receiving abundance in order to receive love.

Disney Movie Insiders Presents
Critter Fixers: Country Vets

Disney Movie Insiders Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 22:28 Very Popular


In this episode we were live in New Orleans at the Essence Festival of Culture talking to veterinarians Dr. Terrence Ferguson and Dr. Vernard Hodges. Critter Fixers: Country Vets is now streaming on Disney+. Watch classic episodes of Mickey Mouse Club, streaming now on Disney+. Watch Behind the Attraction, featuring “It's a Small World”, streaming now on Disney+. About Disney Movie Insiders Presents: Disney Movie Insiders Presents brings fans closer to the movies they love with interviews, interactive trivia, and more! We're lifting the curtain to give you a behind-the-scenes look at new releases and classics from The Walt Disney Studios. About Disney Movie Insiders: Disney Movie Insiders celebrates and rewards Disney movie fans - just for being fans. Members can earn points, redeem rewards and discover perks. Membership required. Visit DisneyMovieInsiders.com for Terms & Conditions.

You, Me, and Your Top Three
It's a Small World After All (wsg Erik Walenza)

You, Me, and Your Top Three

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 53:23


Erik Walenza, CEO of IoT One and host of The Industrial IoT Spotlight podcast, joins host Gregg Garrett in this special dual podcast to discuss how global and multi-national firms are competing in the Chinese market. Of course, Erik speaks about his Top 3: his wife, his business partners: Chun Liew and Michael Maeder, who taught him how to build relationships and processes, and his community. And you have to hear what he has to say about local for local strategy. About Erik Walenza Erik Walenza has worked in China for 11 years and he is an active member of the Chinese innovation ecosystem. He is passionate about exploring the impact of digitalization in businesses, and through his position as Chair of the Technology and Innovation Committee in China he plays an active role in the exchange of best practices for innovation strategy and tech trends evolution in Asia, but also worldwide. Erik has interviewed over 100 CEOs and venture capitalists while building one of Shanghai's largest entrepreneur networks. Show Highlights During this episode: Introduction [0:00] Importance of Connecting People [0:55] Introduction to Erik and the dual podcast [3:18] Gregg's background and the creation of CGS [4:06] Erik's background and current work [5:20] The similarities and differences of CGS and IoT One [10:30] The “Top Three” His wife [12:30] His work colleagues [15:25] His communities [17:52] You have to hear this… Local for local strategy [20:06] CGS's IoT Collaboration [26:10] Getting the Right People around the Table [33:40] Operating Leaders [38:50] Put Believers with Believers [43:00] Participating in the I4.0 Orchestration Collaborative [49:00]   Additional Information Contact Erik Walenza: Erik's email Erik's LinkedIn IoT One website Contact Gregg Garrett: Gregg's email Gregg's LinkedIn Gregg's Twitter Gregg's Bio   Contact CGS Advisors: Website LinkedIn Twitter

Good Risings
65.3. Level-Up Latte: Making a Small World Big

Good Risings

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 5:11


Good Risings is a mindset. Join Adrianne Nina for a daily dose of Motivation. Presented By: Cavalry Audio.  Producers: Jason Seagraves & Margot Carmichael.   Audio Editing: Revision Sound. Music: Gramoscope Music.  Executive Producers: Nichelle Hines, Dana Brunetti & Keegan Rosenberger.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com You can now search all of the Good Risings episodes on Fathom.fm/GoodRisings! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Bizarre Files
The Bizarre Files #1284

The Bizarre Files

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 15:48


Police searching for man who gave a fake $100 to a lemonade stand and asked for change… Guests got trapped on It's a Small World ride for over an hour... Man faces deportation from Australia for pleasuring himself in his car… & more

Brant & Sherri Oddcast
Episode 1619 Kea=Totally Ruined

Brant & Sherri Oddcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 19:38


Put a Smile on Your Face, Daily Faithfulness, Dry Place, God with Messed Up People, God Forgiving, Zoom Gestures, It's a Small World, Masterclass, No Good People, BONUS CONTENT: Cults; Quotes: “There is an ebb and flow to relationships.” “God's love for us never changes but our emotions and feelings can.” “You don't sow and reap in the same season.”

The Daily Article
Trapped on “It's a Small World” and looking for lost nuclear bombs

The Daily Article

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 6:13


Guests became stuck on the Disney World Magic Kingdom ride "It's a Small World" for over an hour. In more threatening news, the US has reportedly lost three nuclear bombs and the earth is apparently spinning faster for some reason. Dr. Jim Denison considers these stories and then pivots to retelling the biography of Edith Stein, "one of the twentieth century's most remarkable and tragic women."   Author: Dr. Jim Denison Narrator: Chris Elkins Subscribe: http://www.denisonforum.org/subscribe

The Daily Article
The latest on the search of Donald Trump's Florida home

The Daily Article

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 7:06


The FBI searched former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home in Palm Beach, Florida, on Monday. Politico reported that the search was part of an investigation into the alleged mishandling of White House records, including potentially classified material. In The Daily Article for August 10, 2022, Dr. Jim Denison summarizes the search, asks if our system of government still works, and asserts that “the divisiveness of our day represents a strategic opportunity for followers of Christ.” For more on finding courage and serenity in the midst of storms, please see my latest article, “Trapped on ‘It's a Small World' and looking for lost nuclear bombs.”

The Lawfare Podcast
Rational Security: The “Small World After All” Edition

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 66:06 Very Popular


This week on Rational Security, Alan, Quinta, and Scott were joined by favorite guest Lawfare executive editor Natalie Orpett to hash through the week's big national security news stories, including:“Another One Bites the Dust.” This past weekend, an American drone strike successfully killed yet another major terrorist leader—this time al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri—in downtown Kabul, while apparently avoiding any civilian casualties or significant collateral damage. What does the strike tell us about the Biden administration's counterterrorism strategy and the role it plays in his broader global agenda?“Maybe He Just Mixed Up His St. Petersburgs.” In Florida, the Justice Department has indicted Russian agent Aleksandr Viktorovich Ionov for engaging in an array of political activities on behalf of fringe political candidates and organizations, with the alleged goal of promoting political instability at the Russian government's behest. What light does this indictment shed on Russian interference in American politics?“The Bully Cockpit.” Over reported objections from the Biden administration, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has flown to Taiwan, making her the most senior U.S. official to visit the hotly contested island in more than two decades and raising China's ire at what many say is a sensitive moment. Is her trip helpful or foolhardy? And what does it tell us about Congress's role in U.S. foreign relations?Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Best of Roula & Ryan
080422 8a Heated Toilet Seats, Frugal Or Cheap, Getting Stuck On The Small World Ride

Best of Roula & Ryan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 36:14 Very Popular


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Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
8-9am Mick Jagger Flashes & Baby Talk

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 41:05


Metallica has a Stranger Things shirt, Mick Jagger flashes a lady after she flashes him, the acts that have sold the most tickets over the last 40 years, Kenny Chesney is selling sandals, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw have a daughter that is good at music, a woman got stuck on It's A Small World at Disneyland, to ten things that make you smile, fast facts, changing accents, a poll says most of us use baby talk with little kids, and Vinnie reads your texts!

MJ Morning Show on Q105
MJ Morning Show, August 4, 2022

MJ Morning Show on Q105

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 166:13


Here's what happened on today's MJ Morning Show! Fester had an issue with the maintenance guy before the show... Rocket launch from Kennedy Space Center Morons in the news! There was a woman in a golf cart on I-95 Roxanne... "aching joints" MJ's awkward dream Today is National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, which is approved by MJ Rebecca Blue... (NOT Rebecca Black) Working from home computer mouse hack The Choco Taco revisited Is the song 'It's a Small World' torture? Roxanne's Yoga Nitra Grudge calls... Sometimes with revenge Avocado in a bra? Grand Prix Tampa auction for Fester Hardhat96 on the phone! A celebrity gave away free water on a Hawai'i flight Dunkin 'pay it forward' Possible reason for shelving 'Bat Girl'

BJ & Jamie
Full Show

BJ & Jamie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 101:00


Jamie was late this morning because she got trash water on her while she was putting her trash cans on the curb. There is a big refund coming to Coloradoans because of TABOR. Aaron Rodgers says he got back to back MVPs in the NFL because of his Ayahuasca trips. The FAA has confirmed that the Co-pilot of a plane that had broken landing gear in North Carolina did in fact jump from the plane. There was a viral video on tiktok about the water fountain at Guitar Center. The tiktok says its the best water ever. SMH Dil went to investigate. BJ told Jamie it would be faster to just go to grocery store instead of using click list. Jamie apologized to him today for saying he doesn't know what he is talking about after she accidentally bought 9 pounds of potato salad. Jason Momoa has his water brand coming out. There is a tiktok video show riders being stuck on the Its a Small World ride for an hour. SMH Dil is wondering if he should get a hair cut. There is new audio from 911 talking to air traffic control after the pilot in North Carolina jumped from a plane with no parachute. The best songs for road tripping dogs. 

O'Connor & Company
08.04.22: [Hour 3 / 7 AM]: Jack Brewer, Justin George, Pumpkin Spice Oreos, Stifler's Mom, Disney Ride Torture

O'Connor & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 29:08


In the third hour of the morning show, Larry O'Connor and Julie Gunlock talked to NFL great Jack Brewer and Washington Post transportation reporter Justin George about the DC metro mess. They also discussed pumpkin spice oreos coming out, Stifler's mom sleeping with 200 men for real and families stuck for an hour on 'It's A Small World' Disney ride for an hour. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor,  @Jgunlock, and @patrickpinkfile.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rational Security
The “Small World After All” Edition

Rational Security

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 65:22


This week, Alan, Quinta, Scott, and favorite guest Lawfare executive editor Natalie Orpett got together to discuss the week's big national security news, including:“Another One Bites the Dust.” This past weekend, an American drone strike successfully killed yet another major terrorist leader—this time al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri—in downtown Kabul, while apparently avoiding any civilian casualties or significant collateral damage. What does the strike tell us about the Biden administration's counterterrorism strategy and the role it plays in his broader global agenda?“Maybe He Just Mixed Up His St. Petersburgs.” In Florida, the Justice Department has indicted Russian agent Aleksandr Viktorovich Ionov for engaging in an array of political activities on behalf of fringe political candidates and organizations, with the alleged goal of promoting political instability at the Russian government's behest. What light does this indictment shed on Russian interference in American politics?“The Bully Cockpit.” Over reported objections from the Biden administration, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has flown to Taiwan, making her the most senior U.S. official to visit the hotly contested island in more than two decades and raising China's ire at what many say is a sensitive moment. Is her trip helpful or foolhardy? And what does it tell us about Congress's role in U.S. foreign relations?For object lessons, Alan urged readers check out a recent Russian propaganda video, but made clear he did not endorse it. Quinta recommended Annie Lowrey's recent Atlantic article on her difficult pregnancy experiences and what they mean in a post-Dobbs world, "American Motherhood." Scott made two very different pop culture recommendations: the intense food freak drama The Bear and the delightful surf documentary satire with penguins Surf's Up. And Natalie recommended one of her favorite cookbooks, The Immigrant Cookbook, which feature recipes and compelling stories from new and first-generation Americans. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Latino USA
It's a Small World, After All

Latino USA

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 52:56


Latino USA takes a look back at Disney's relationship with Latin America. We start in the 1940s when Walt Disney and a group of animators were deployed by the U.S. government to Latin America in efforts to curb Nazi influence there. Then we hear from a Chilean writer who wrote a book called How to Read Donald Duck, critiquing Disney comics' American imperialism in the 1970s. His book would later be burned in Chile. Finally, we talk with the directors of Coco, Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina. This podcast was originally broadcast by Latino USA on November 17, 2017.