British transatlantic passenger liner, launched and foundered in 1912
It's A-me, A-DHL-a As we close in on the end of the only podcast about the GOATest show of all time, we welcome an old friend back to the pod to help us say goodbye to another one of Jersey's finest pork store associates. Writer, frequent Frot guest, and Executive Producer for Abbot Elementary and Harley Quinn, Justin Halpern rejoins Matt and Vince to talk about the penultimate episode of The Sopranos, season 6b episode 8, “The Blue Comet.” Pay your last respects to a loving father, good earner, dutiful husband, and model train enthusiast, Bobby Bacala. From Junior's driver, to redundant upper management, Bobby lives in our hearts, and in the ziti he left in his freezer. Other notable dust-biters in this episode: Bert Gervasi, two poor Ukrainian suckers who answered the door for the wrong Italian DHL driver, and a guy riding his motorcycle past the Bada Bing at the wrong time (probably). Through it all, AJ makes everything about himself and his depression, like a natural-born podcaster. Tell us how you would fix upper management redundancy in a five-star review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe to Pod Yourself A Gun on Apple Podcasts. Email us at email@example.com; leave us a voicemail at 415-275-0030 Support the Pod: become a patron at patreon.com/Frotcast and get more bonus content than you could ever want, AND if you sign up for the Pod Yourself a Shoutout tier, Vince will give you a mob name on the show. Like last week's newest members: The Funny, KK, The Perv, Will Call, & Titanic. Description by Brent Flyberg. (twitter.com/brentflyberg)
We love doing these conspiracy episodes and we are so glad you all do! Part 2 of our Conspiracy series and we are diving deep into the possible Titanic conspiracy and the Hollow Earth theory!Insta:@sistercultpodcast@myabenway@belenlbenwayTikTok:Mya BenwayBelen Benway
Nuestros humoristas Leonor Lavado, Agustín Jiménez, Jesús Manzano y Borja Fernández Sedano nos acompañan en 'La Hora Guasa'. Comenzamos charlamos de los nombres más usados en España; entre los hombres es Antonio y entre las mujeres, Mari Carmen. Por alusiones, nuestra Mari Carmen de Málaga se cuela en antena para contarnos que sospecha que ha podido ser espiada por Pegasus. Al momento, entra en la conversación Esperanza Aguirre (Leonor) que tacha de falsas las grabaciones de sus conversaciones con Villarejo. Luego, nos ponemos un poco "culturetas" y Jesús Manzano analiza algunas películas como 'Jurassic Park' o 'Titanic'. Además, su hermano Ángel les dedica un rap a los miembros de La Cultureta. Por último, Agustín Jiménez nos presenta 'Policía del humor, el documental sobre unos valientes servidores públicos que hacen cumplir las leyes de la comedia: el Teniente Cornelio y el Sargento Porreti.
On the latest episode of The Rex Chapman Show with Josh Hopkins, the guys are joined by another Dukie: the great ESPN analyst, Jay Bilas. On the heels of Coach K's Last Dance, Jay discusses the impact Mike Krzyzewski had on his life (both on and off the court). There's no one better equipped to discuss the NCAA's changing landscape with Name, Image and Likeness deals, and Jay breaks down the future of college sports. 1:30 - How did Jay end up at Duke all the way from California? It came down to the best recruiting pitch, which came from Mike Krzyzewski who at that time had the least success among his top candidates. 5:30 - Jay never felt he was one of the best players on the court, and it wasn't until later on in high school when he started to believe in his ability and how far it could take him. 7:15 - It's 1982 and Jay steps on campus at Duke University. What was so special about that #1 recruiting class, and what did Mike Krzyzewski do to assemble all that talent? 9:15 -Jay Bilas having to play against Ralph Sampson was like facing your Dad in the Driveway 13:00 - When did Jay discover he was gifted behind the microphone? It actually goes all the way back to high school, without even knowing it would be in his future. 15:30 -Jay Bilas, the secret he kept from all his friends. He was a competitive dancer. 18:00 - The impact Jay Bilas has made on a huge platform like ESPN. What has been the one thing throughout his decades on the network, as he's grown his voice, that he has always been conscious of? 21:30 - Name, Image and Likeness changed the landscape of college sports, so how has Jay viewed the NCAA's reaction to the end of amateur athletics? 25:00 - While the NCAA has stood by and let this all happen, the goal posts have been moved from amateurism to employment. How can these institutions remain in control while the athletes are finally recognizing they are the reason why revenue continues to go up? 32:30 - The NCAA will need a new President with Mark Emmert stepping down, but Jay has to ask, Do you want to take over the Titanic after it hit the iceberg? 36:00 - It's still a bit of a shock that Mike Krzyzewski is finally stepping down, 40 years after Jay stepped on Duke's campus to play for him. There's so much Coach K has shown him over their decades long relationship, including one moment that took place right after Christian Laettner hit The Shot, that Jay will never forget. 41:45 - What is the outlook for the Kentucky Wildcats after they had a disappointing finish in the NCAA Tournament against St Peter's? 46:30 - How the Kentucky's and Duke's continue to recruit the best classes year after year, and how that changes with free transfers and the threat of declaring early for the NBA. 51:00 - Who are the next generation of great coaches after watching Coach K and Jay Wright retire after this past season? 52:45 - If Jay Bilas had the first pick in the NBA Draft, who would he take between Chet Holmgren, Jabari Smith or Paolo Banchero? 58:30 - Why is it only in basketball we have to debate which era had the best players? The game has never been better, with more talented players. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Reddington's Historical Preservation Society is on the hunt for artifacts of the Titanic's doomed voyage—but are their own efforts equally ill-fated? Why is the mom-friend of the group so chill about dead people? WHAT'S IN THE BOX? Join us in two weeks where we meet our final round of new citizens....for now! The Neighborhood Watch is on the case. Please check out our social media, patreon, and discord! We'd be happy to talk with ya. Find us on the web: Patreon | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Discord | Our Tourism Shop | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Check out the other podcasts from Haunted Griffin Entertainment! Find our Cast on the Web: Alyss Hart | Twitter | Itch.io | Cam Clark | Twitter | Tiktok Emily C.A. Snyder | Website | Twitter | Instagram | Tiktok | Facebook | Lauren Tucker | Twitter | Instagram
The Bechdel Cast's Jamie Loftus and Caitlin Durante joins hosts Gemma and Slim to discuss four favorite films: Paddington 2; Titanic; School of Rock and I, Tonya. Note: this episode is a safe space for Jack Black fans. Plus: why Paddington will always pass the Bechdel Test, ranking Nicole Kidman's wigs, terrifying Paddington mafia logic, whether the Poddington podcast will ever come to life, Sally Hawkins, Titanic tourism, Jamie's hole-punch era, the two-part Titanic VHS, our Billy Zane anecdotes, Phantom merch, horny '90s women, Fabrizio, why Jack Black needs to be kissing in more movies, Joan Cusack's iconic monologue, Jamie's MoviePass addiction to I, Tonya, Caitlin's cult, and movie teams that could beat Thanos. Lists mentioned: The list of movies mentioned in this episode. Member lists: most obsessively rewatched Paddington film; green flags; when ur on ur period; the straights get me every goddamn time; Movies my cat has paid attention to; teams that could have defeated thanos Reviews mentioned: Reviews of Paddington 2 by Lauren and Sophie; Titanic by Chris and Sarah; School of Rock by Avery and Will; I, Tonya by Demi and Niceguys. Credits Recorded in Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Auckland. Edited by Slim. Theme music: “Vampiros Danceoteque” by Moniker. Facts by Jack. Booker: Linda Moulton. Transcript by Sophie Shin. The Letterboxd Show and Weekend Watchlist are TAPEDECK productions.
Gandhi famously said, “You must be the change you want to see in the world.” Jesus exemplified this with His life and death. Both understood that we can't expect to impose any kind of meaningful change from without — via systems, movements, or especially violence — because that amounts to simply “rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic.” Real change can only come from the inside out, one individual at a time. We can only live our lives in such a way that we confront our own demons, question our own motives, and clarify our understanding such that we may embody the Truth and serve as an example to others. It's hard work, and not for the faint of heart. In this powerful episode, we explore what that means.
“Here's the funny thing: when I ask someone to tell me what his or her wildest dream is, they dilute it. Ten times out of ten, people sell themselves short”Steve Sims Our guest on the podcast today should never have been able to succeed in business or in life. Growing up as a bricklayer in London, England, all the odds were against him achieving the kind of outlandish success he's been able to claim so far, but it's clear that the universe didn't expect someone with Steve Sims' heart, ingenuity, and initiative to appear and to turn traditional forms of networking on their heads. I first came across Steve Sims in his absurdly motivating book, Bluefishing, which tells the story of his company that makes seemingly unreasonable requests come true. The company is called Bluefish, and they're who you call if you want to sing on stage with Journey, eat dinner in front of Michelangelo's David, or visit the undersea wreckage of the Titanic. He's orchestrated all of these experiences for his clients and many more besides. Steve is just an absolute magician when it comes to making the impossible possible, so listen to today's episode if you're open to receiving a ton of inspiration to get out there and make big things happen. He teaches that there is a password for every door, a weak spot in every wall, and if we would only stop selling ourselves short and start taking massive action, we might just be able to make that wall come down. Especially important to understand, moreover, is that in today's business environment, mean guys finish last. A new, longer-term, more generous form of networking is making the old, manipulative kind of networking obsolete, and Steve Sims is helping to lead the way. I hope that you finish this episode just brimming with inspiration and courage, and leave with the understanding that you can get pretty much anything you want in life, so long as you help enough other people get what they want.What We Cover: What makes an entrepreneur an entrepreneur?The most important skills for futureproofing yourselfHow to break away from the rest and make yourself memorableWhy being you is the most powerful marketing tactic there isCommunicating your message clearly, without dilutionThe importance of surrounding yourself with people who are further along than youPlease leave a review if you enjoy The HighExistence podcast. You've gone Down The Rabbit Hole. Now it's time to walk up The Stairway to Wisdom.Introducing a brand new weekly newsletter from the minds at HighExistence.Over the past year, we've been publishing the wonder-inducing weekly email known as “Down The Rabbit Hole,” and now we're taking it a step further.We want our readers not only to feel a deep sense of enchantment towards the world around them but also to apply deep teachings to their daily life so they can experience the life-transforming benefits of wisdom-in-action.The Stairway to Wisdom is a premium weekly newsletter for those who are ready to dive deeper. We've partnered with independent researcher and knowledge connoisseur, Matt Karamazov, who has taken sharp, meticulous notes on over 1000 books so that he could share the most inspiring pearls of wisdom with the world.Learn more here
Arron from the ‘Time To Talk Titanic' podcast, and Sean from the ‘Review It Yourself' podcast discuss the 1953 film TITANIC. Arron asks interesting questions such as why did they make Captain Smith “a total dish” and a “psycho”? On the other hand, Sean compares the film to Oliver! Titanic (1953) is very musical, much to Arron's annoyance. It made him want to jump overboard! A film packed with stupendous performances and an Academy-Award winning script, this is a must-see.
Well, it's time to declare which one of these movies is the worst Best Picture winner. Will it be Titanic with all it's cheesy dialogue? Or Gone with the Wind with all it's racism? Or Driving Miss Daisy with all it's racism? Listen and find out! For updates on which movie we're watching next follow us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/cbkapod Chew Bubblegum and Kick Ass is part of the EaseDrop Podcast Network Also, if you don't mind leaving us a review on your podcast app, that would be sweet. Support Chew Bubblegum and Kick Ass by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/chew-bubblegum-and-kick-ass
Dimitri and Khalid conclude their journey through Gustavus Myers' “History of the Great American Fortunes, Volume III”, including: JP Morgan at his zenith, the great insurance frauds, pilfering the middle class with meme stocks, Morgan buying out Carnegie, the docility of Slavs who will happily work 70 hours a week in the Pittsburgh steel mills “where they kill people”, the murderous machinations of the Ice Trust, the Panic of 1907, Heinze and Morse getting BCCI'd, conspiracy theories swirling around the Titanic disaster, Quantrell Raider Stephen B. Elkins' great New Mexico land frauds, and James J. Hill despoiling sus Minnesota. For access to full-length premium episodes and the SJ Grotto of Truth Discord, subscribe to the Al-Wara' Frequency at patreon.com/subliminaljihad.
Join us on our next episode where our Historical Preservation Society explores....some creepy houses, all in the name of the Titanic. Find us on the web: Patreon | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Discord | Our Tourism Shop | Email: email@example.com | Check out the other podcasts from Haunted Griffin Entertainment! Find our Cast on the Web: Alyss Hart | Twitter | Itch.io | Cam Clark | Twitter | Tiktok Emily C.A. Snyder | Website | Twitter | Instagram | Tiktok | Facebook | Lauren Tucker | Twitter | Instagram
In 2002, a government-owned Senegalese ferry named the Joola capsized in a storm off the coast of The Gambia in a tragedy that killed 1,863 people and left 64 survivors, only one of them female. The Joola caused more human suffering than the Titanic yet no scholarly research to date has explored the political and environmental conditions in which this African crisis occurred. Africa's Joola Shipwreck: Causes and Consequences of a Humanitarian Disaster (Lexington Books, 2020) investigates the roots of the Joola shipwreck and its consequences for Senegalese people, particularly those living in the rural south. Using three summers of field research in Senegal, Karen Samantha Barton unravels the geographical forces such as migration, colonial cartographies, and geographies of the sea that led to this humanitarian disaster and defined its aftermath. Barton shows how the Sufi tenet of "beautiful optimism" shaped community resilience in the wake of the shipwreck, despite the repercussions the event had on Senegalese society and space. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-studies
In 2002, a government-owned Senegalese ferry named the Joola capsized in a storm off the coast of The Gambia in a tragedy that killed 1,863 people and left 64 survivors, only one of them female. The Joola caused more human suffering than the Titanic yet no scholarly research to date has explored the political and environmental conditions in which this African crisis occurred. Africa's Joola Shipwreck: Causes and Consequences of a Humanitarian Disaster (Lexington Books, 2020) investigates the roots of the Joola shipwreck and its consequences for Senegalese people, particularly those living in the rural south. Using three summers of field research in Senegal, Karen Samantha Barton unravels the geographical forces such as migration, colonial cartographies, and geographies of the sea that led to this humanitarian disaster and defined its aftermath. Barton shows how the Sufi tenet of "beautiful optimism" shaped community resilience in the wake of the shipwreck, despite the repercussions the event had on Senegalese society and space. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology
In 2002, a government-owned Senegalese ferry named the Joola capsized in a storm off the coast of The Gambia in a tragedy that killed 1,863 people and left 64 survivors, only one of them female. The Joola caused more human suffering than the Titanic yet no scholarly research to date has explored the political and environmental conditions in which this African crisis occurred. Africa's Joola Shipwreck: Causes and Consequences of a Humanitarian Disaster (Lexington Books, 2020) investigates the roots of the Joola shipwreck and its consequences for Senegalese people, particularly those living in the rural south. Using three summers of field research in Senegal, Karen Samantha Barton unravels the geographical forces such as migration, colonial cartographies, and geographies of the sea that led to this humanitarian disaster and defined its aftermath. Barton shows how the Sufi tenet of "beautiful optimism" shaped community resilience in the wake of the shipwreck, despite the repercussions the event had on Senegalese society and space. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
In 2002, a government-owned Senegalese ferry named the Joola capsized in a storm off the coast of The Gambia in a tragedy that killed 1,863 people and left 64 survivors, only one of them female. The Joola caused more human suffering than the Titanic yet no scholarly research to date has explored the political and environmental conditions in which this African crisis occurred. Africa's Joola Shipwreck: Causes and Consequences of a Humanitarian Disaster (Lexington Books, 2020) investigates the roots of the Joola shipwreck and its consequences for Senegalese people, particularly those living in the rural south. Using three summers of field research in Senegal, Karen Samantha Barton unravels the geographical forces such as migration, colonial cartographies, and geographies of the sea that led to this humanitarian disaster and defined its aftermath. Barton shows how the Sufi tenet of "beautiful optimism" shaped community resilience in the wake of the shipwreck, despite the repercussions the event had on Senegalese society and space. 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
Join your Host Sarah Stephenson & Co Host Mike Stephenson as they talk horror, science fiction & fantasy movies, TV series & books past, present & future. In this episode we're reviewing Titanic 666 (2022). One hundred and 10 years after the sinking of the original, the Titanic III begins its maiden voyage to the original wreck site. However, strange things begin to occur after the ship's arrival, and dark forces rise from the depths. WARNING may contain a few spoilers' alerts. So if you haven't seen the film, yet please go watch the movie NOW… BOYS ‘N' GHOULS FILM REVIEW PODCAST comes to you every Monday & Wednesday. Next episode will appear next year on the 11th May, 2022 For your daily review go to: Anchor - https://anchor.fm/boysnghoulsfilmreview Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3xrXE8Wj6ToYNgK3ahAu0a RadioPublic - https://radiopublic.com/boys-n-ghouls-film-review-podcast-G4gAyD Breaker - https://www.breaker.audio/boys-n-ghouls-film-review-podcast Visit our Merchandise Shop here: https://blackcatfilmprod.storenvy.com/ Thanks for watching. Don't forget to LIKE, COMMENT & SUBSCRIBE! ****CONTACT DETAILS**** Website: https://www.blackcatfilmproductions.com/ Shop: https://blackcatfilmprod.storenvy.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/boysnghouls/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bcfp14/?ref=bookmarks Twitter: https://twitter.com/blackcatfilmpr2 Business Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a very special birthday episode for our listener Nicole. We are discussing Titanic and what makes this movie such a classic. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/catchthesevibes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/catchthesevibes/support
Quizmasters Lee and Marc ask, suss and answer a general knowledge quiz with topics including Video Games, Sports, TV, Food, Movies, Music, Mythology and more! Round One NINTENDO - Based on a 1986 film of the same name, what 1987 game for the Nintendo Entertainment System was the best-selling video game based on a movie that was released for the console? TYPES OF FUEL - What fuel, deriving its name for the greek word for wax, is used most often in aviation? SPORTS TV - Launched in 1999, which American sports league was the first to have its own television network? OLYMPIC ATHLETES - What three-time Olympic gold medalist has the long-standing nickname The Flying Tomato? GAME SHOWS - What quiz show that aired on Fox in 2002 was cancelled after just three episodes after facing criticism for torturing contestants with incredibly hot or sub-zero temperature changes, shaking chairs, oxygen depletion and air cannons? PORTMANTEAUS - What popular portmanteau had its first use listed as a Uractive blog post by Peter Wilding on May 15 2012 in the Oxford English Dictionary? Round Two HEALTH CARE - What does MRI stand for? ITALIAN CUISINE - Ribollita is an Italian soup of Tuscan origin that is thought to have come from the medieval peasant class and is often thickened with what prepared food? CARS - What car, manufactured from 1978 to 2002 was named after its experimental use of the Wankel Rotary engine? MEL BROOKS FILMS - When Things Were Rotten was a 1975 TV series created by Mel Brooks that would later serve as inspiration for what 1993 film by the director? CURRENT EVENTS - Viktor Orban, recently won a fourth term as Prime Minister of what country? Bir Tawil, a 795-square mile patch of unclaimed land in Africa is located between Egypt and which other country that has the most pyramids in the world? Rate My Question MYTHOLOGY - In the epic poem Dante's Inferno, what mythological creature guards the gluttonous in the third circle of hell; mauling and flaying their freezing bodies with its claws as they howl like dogs. Final Questions 80's MUSIC - Matching only the Beatles in a similar achievement, which British pop artist holds the record as the only solo artist in Billboard history to have two year-end Hot 100 number one singles (in 1985 and 1988)? THE TITANIC - What was the name of the Titanic's sister ship? Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges May 11th, 2022 - Know Nonsense Challenge - Point Ybel Brewing Co. - 7:30 pm EDT May 12th, 2022 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Ollies Pub Records and Beer - 7:30 pm EDT You can find out more information about that and all of our live events online at KnowNonsenseTrivia.com All of the Know Nonsense events are free to play and you can win prizes after every round.
Our computer for recording is freaking because Windows is AWFUL so we recorded with the laptop around the fire once again. Dave and Jake explain how they broke his front teeth in half the other day while wrestling in a Dunkin' Donuts parking lot and Bryceston tells us how he watched the people die at the end of Titanic on loop as a 5 year old. We also play with fireworks and a replica of Plank from Ed, Edd and Eddy. Enjoy I guess! WE HAVE MERCH: https://teespring.com/stores/its-been-awhile-podcast Hop on our Discord: https://discord.gg/RJtBDjdBph Our Patreon is in the early steps of being rolled out: https://www.patreon.com/ItsBeenAwhilePodcast The master list of all our social medias and a link to this episode on over 25 major audio podcast platforms: https://linktr.ee/ItsBeenAwhile Check out our Anchor.fm so we get paid: https://anchor.fm/itsbeenawhilepodcast Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7nttbdlKOY1060TIrBDDBF Our Instagram isn't popping, but it can be with your help: https://www.instagram.com/itsbeenawhilepodcast/ Intro Music by Heedseeker: https://www.instagram.com/heedseeker/?hl=en Logo by Manuel Pasmino: https://www.fiverr.com/manuelpasmino Logo Font by: Gabriel deVue Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itsbeenawhilepodcast/support
Jim Dilettoso has over 100 projects and 20 years experience in CAD engineering and communications installation. He was one of the early pioneers in Computer Aided Design systems with experience in systems design and application engineering. He was a founder of the Arizona State University Computer Institute and served as it's CAD and AI Director from 1984 to 1989. While in that post he also served as the NASA Industrial Application Center Technology Director. Clients included Allied-Signal, Taliesan Associates and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, where he served as CAD advisor to Dr.Joseph Rourke. Other CAD and Tele-Communications clients included Ramada Inns, Allison Turbine Engine, Holmes Shopping Center Development Group and the 1984 Olympics. Jim is currently on the Board of the CAD Institute and the University of A.C.T. In the 1970's and 80's Mr. Dilettoso produced major events for music and sports. He has Designed or Produced over 1000 music concerts including major tours for the Moody Blues and Journey, including all phases of staging, electrical, rigging, lighting, sound, and special effects. He has experience in managing all levels of stage unions, box-office, and security. In 1983 he was the site planner for the US Festival in San Bernadino, Ca. which was attended by over 500,000 people. In addition, he has designed and built production centers for television and film production. Clients include American Film Technology where Mr. Dilettoso directed the technology development of B&W Movie Colorization as well as the design and implementation of the facilities in Arizona and California. Since 1990, Mr.Dilettoso has been a leading expert in the deployment of Digital Communications including ATM, and ISDN. He has designed systems that have been employed by TRW, Sprint , USWEST, CNN, PacificBell, and Cray Computers in both the computer room and networks. Feature Films such as Lost in Space and Titanic have used Mr.Dilettoso's Animation and Rendering Technology to create realistic scenes and buildings. This Technology can be employed for realsitic walk-throughs and simulations of projects "to be built" by Bozarth CM. Recent technology and facility projects with Bozarth CM include PAXTON of Ottawa, Canada and their Patented Movies-On-Demand technology; Nebraska Educational TeleCommunications and their new Digital Storage facility and American Medical Technology and a new medical data facility in Cairo, Egypt. These projects are typical of Jim's ability to oversee both the technology and facility logistics of companies whose product is very advanced technology. For Your Listening Pleasure all the radio shows available on The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network with our compliments, visit - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv. Our radio shows archives and programming include: A Different Perspective with Kevin Randle; Alien Cosmic Expo Lecture Series; Alien Worlds Radio Show; America's Soul Doctor with Ken Unger; Back in Control Radio Show with Dr. David Hanscom, MD; Connecting with Coincidence with Dr. Bernard Beitman, MD; Dick Tracy; Dimension X; Exploring Tomorrow Radio Show; Flash Gordon; Imagine More Success Radio Show with Syndee Hendricks and Thomas Hydes; Jet Jungle Radio Show; Journey Into Space; Know the Name with Sharon Lynn Wyeth; Lux Radio Theatre - Classic Old Time Radio; Mission Evolution with Gwilda Wiyaka; Paranormal StakeOut with Larry Lawson; Ray Bradbury - Tales Of The Bizarre; Sci Fi Radio Show; Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes; Space Patrol; Stairway to Heaven with Gwilda Wiyaka; The 'X' Zone Radio Show with Rob McConnell; Two Good To Be True with Justina Marsh and Peter Marsh; and many other! That's The ‘X' Zone Broadcast Network Shows and Archives - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv *** AND NOW *** The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.com The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com
Take out tape one and put in tape two, we're back with the epic conclusion to our biggest episode yet! Joined once again by Courtney Christy, our number one fan, we talk about Everything Everywhere All At Once, we continue the "Great Rose Debate" and Sam plays another song for too long that will surely get us sued.
In this episode we discuss Elon Musk buying twitter, Shahan saves Courtney from the Titanic, Alyssa eats her twin, and so much more! Shahan & Friends is comedy & entertainment series on the On with Shahan podcast.
Les presentamos un “trailer” de lo que se viene con los episodios del Año 02. Historias que van desde la conmemoración de la película El Padrino hasta el estallido de la Guerra de las Malvinas. Pasamos igualmente por batallas determinantes para Europa como fue Stalingrado y como no, lo que sería el hecho de cohesión de posguerra para este continente: el Tratado de Maastricht. También escucharemos el relato de un hecho que han llevado al cine como el naufragio del Titanic. Es un abrebocas a la aventura sonora que viviremos con los relatos del Año 02. Notas del episodio: El Padrino y sus grandes protagonistas Los 110 años del naufragio del Titanic La Guerra de las Malvinas La Batalla de Stalingrado: les traemos imágenes históricas Un tratado que trajo más que Unión en Europa Misiles en las puertas de Estados Unidos : la crisis que se desató desde Cuba El encuentro europeo y americano en el año 1942 ¡Síguenos en nuestras Redes Sociales! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DianaUribe.fm/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dianauribef... Twitter: https://twitter.com/dianauribefm?lang=es Pagina web: https://www.dianauribe.fm
The Seafaring Life Of ‘Modern-Day Captain Nemo,' Robert Ballard In 1985, oceanographer Robert Ballard was sent on a secret deep-sea search operative with a very specific mission: to seek two sunken nuclear submarines. Ballard, who by then had explored the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and helped design deep-sea research submersibles, was assigned by the U.S. Navy to investigate and take images of the U.S.S. Thresher and U.S.S. Scorpion. But locating these two wreckages wouldn't bring him to fame—instead, it was another watery grave he would find along the way. After he located the two subs, Ballard had time left in the mission to satiate a hunt he had begun nearly a decade prior: He discovered the R.M.S. Titanic, which sank into the North Atlantic 110 years ago. While the Titanic might be his most publicized finding, the famed marine archaeologist has adventured beneath the waves on more than 150 expeditions that have broadened our understanding of the oceans and the planet. “We think there's probably more history in the deep sea than all of the museums of the world combined—and we're only now opening those doors to those museums,” he says. Ballard's recorded the activity of hydrothermal vents, the ecology of hot springs on the ocean floor, and the diversity of incredible marine creatures. In excerpts from two conversations in the Science Friday archives (originally recorded in 2000 and 2009), Ballard describes the 1985 expedition in which he discovered the wreck of the Titanic. He also discusses the value of combining the efforts of oceanographers, engineers, and social scientists to study the world's deep oceans. Plus, Ballard elaborates on his belief that some undersea finds should be left preserved and protected, and his work in expanding access to ocean research via telepresence and computer links. Meet The Drag Artists Who Are Making Science More Accessible Each generation has had science communicators who brought a sometimes stuffy, siloed subject into homes, inspiring minds young and old. Scientists like Don Herbert, Carl Sagan, and Bill Nye are classic examples. But our modern age of social media has brought more diverse communicators into the forefront of science communication, including the wild, wonderful world of STEM drag stars. These are queer folk who mix the flashy fashions of the drag world with science education. Some, like Kyne, use TikTok as a medium to teach concepts like math. Others, like Pattie Gonia, use drag to attract more people to the great outdoors. The accessibility of the internet has made these personalities available to a wide audience. Kyne and Pattie Gonia join Ira to talk about the magic drag can bring to science education, and why they think the future of SciComm looks more diverse than the past. This segment originally aired on February 11, 2022. Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.
What sank the Titanic? One answer appears in our minds right away: the iceberg. But was it really so? It turns out, there were numerous mistakes that sank the huge ship. Here're 10 things that contributed to the sinking of the Titanic. Some of them are quite unexpected, but the most tragic of them was the number of people aboard the ship. Here's why. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Following last week's episode on Scorsese and De Niro's synastry I decided to share some further thoughts on Scorsese's other collaborative partners. I'm looking at working relationships at the moment because these play a large role in our lives. My thought process lead me down some interesting rabbit holes that would be interesting to explore in greater detail in future episodes of the podcast. As you'll hear, this week's episode was gatecrashed by my little boy who decided to wake up from his nap – how rude! I actually think he added to the episode and made me giggle quite a bit, hopefully he wasn't too much of a distraction for you! LINKS Leonardo Di Caprio https://www.astro.com/astro-databank/DiCaprio,_Leonardo Martin Scorsese https://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Scorsese,_Martin Robert De Niro https://www.astro.com/astro-databank/De_Niro,_Robert Scorsese & Di Caprio https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Scorsese_and_Leonardo_DiCaprio Kate Winslet https://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Winslet,_Kate The Titanic Sinking https://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Historic:_Titanic_Sinking ✨ Readings waitlist https://forms.gle/ea9nPreG2CpvegF39 ⭐ Feature on the podcast https://forms.gle/vuYAT9AgNJCd6zQJ6
We’re entering an era of climate disaster and mass extinction, yet most of the proposed solutions to our predicament amount to rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic. What we need, propose environmental scholars Drew Pendergrass and Troy Vettese, is a totally different vision of life on Earth. Joining Aaron Bastani, the authors of Half-Earth Socialism […]
Andrew & Lindsey drink a 2021 Wonderland Sauvignon Blanc and chat about...- Taylor Swift's new re-records- Karine Jean-Pierre- Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard- The abortion law leakAt the end of the episode, stay tuned for an interview with Annalynne McCord about her new film Titanic 666 (available to stream for free on Tubi)Andrew & Lindsey are currently...WATCHING________________Teen Titans Go!Turning RedThe CircleREADING______________China Rich GirlfriendOlderThe ImmortalsBatmanPLAYING______________Golf with FriendsTown of SalemLISTENING TO____________________Taylor SwiftSuki WaterhouseBanksThis episode is sponsored by CREDIT KARMAGo to CreditKarma.com or the Credit Karma app to find the card for you. Support the show
In today's episode, I speak with maritime archeologist, historian, author, television host, and explorer Jim Delgado. Jim's work has taken him around the globe, and he has known is one of the world's foremost experts in underwater archeology. And his CV reads almost like the greatest history of that field.He started with the National Park Service in San Francisco, then went on to work for NOAA as the Director of Maritime Heritage, was Executive Director of the Canadian Maritime Museum, and headed the Institute of Nautical Archeology. At the same time, he was a TV host for Discovery, History Channel, A&E, and National Geographic.Most recently in 2017, he left to become a senior vice president at Search Incorporated, a maritime archeology company. That was one of the leads on the recent discovery of Ernest Shackleton's Endurance. But beyond all the titles. When I spoke with Jim, I found him to be super fun to talk to, as he was an excellent storyteller. And he spoke about his beginnings as a teenage amateur archeologist, the reason why maritime archeology initially caught his attention, and what it was like to be the lead science officer on the most well-known shipwreck exploration of all time.Scuba Diving, Free Diving, Ocean Environmentalism, Surfing, and Marine Science.Please give us ★★★★★, leave a review, and tell your friends about us as each share and like makes a difference.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/BigDeep)
(image source: https://images.dinosaurpictures.org/500px-Giraffatitan_3380.jpg) Host Matthew Donald and guest co-host Laura Owsley discuss Giraffatitan, an African longneck that paleontologists previously confused with Brachiosaurus, which is odd, as its name clearly says it's a titanic giraffe. From the Late Jurassic, this 70-foot sauropod lays claim to the tallest mounted skeleton in the world, thanks to its display in the Berlin Museum. Wow, that truly is a big giraffe. Titanic, one might say. (Apologies about the bad audio quality. There was a temporary issue with our recording that day that will also affect the next episode with Laura) Want to further support the show? Sign up to our Patreon for exclusive bonus content at Patreon.com/MatthewDonald. Also, you can purchase Matthew Donald's dinosaur book "Megazoic" on Amazon by clicking here, its sequel "Megazoic: The Primeval Power" by clicking here, its third installment "Megazoic: The Hunted Ones" by clicking here, or its final installment "Megazoic: An Era's End" by clicking here.
Judith Crow has seen both sides of the effects industry. After developing an enthusiasm for coding, she worked her way into Digital Domain, where she pioneered visual effects for Interview with the Vampire, Apollo 13, Titanic, and Fight Club. Then, she switched sides and took on a role with Houdini developer SideFX. In this podcast, Judith talks about everything from her early days in community arts curation to how she got her foot in the door at Digital Domain and created visual effects for major Hollywood movies. She also discusses Houdini's meteoric rise from particle-specialist to do-it-all VFX software, revealing some of its more interesting use-cases and plans for its future.
Join Matt Davies Adams, Flo Lloyd Hughes, Adrian Clarke, and Sam Parkin for a look back on a big weekend in the EFL. This week: can Forest pip Bournemouth to the automatic slot? What went wrong with QPR and Mark Warburton? And who is the Prince Charming of League Two? With League One done and dusted for another season we look back on fitting finale that crowned Wigan as Champions and saw Rotherham join them in the Championship next season. And it means we have some tasty tussles in the play offs too - despite four goals from Scott Twine, those weren't enough to secure MK Dons a play off berth. We say goodbye to Wimbledon and Doncaster and Gillingham - including some feisty words from Neil Harris. Plus we look at to League Two where there's still so much to be decided. RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - Blackburn 0-3 Bournemouth (01.00) PART 1b - Forest 5-1 Swansea (06.00) PART 1c - Coventry 1-2 Huddersfield (12.00) PART 1d - QPR 1-3 Sheff Utd (17.00) PART 2a - Wigan are Champions! (25.00) PART 2b - Gillingham 0-2 Rotherham (28.00) PART 2c - Play off predictions (32.00) PART 2d - Dons and Doncaster relegated (37.00) PART 2e - Appleton leaves Lincoln (39.00) PART 3a - Northampton 1-1 Exeter (43.00) PART 3b - Rochdale 3-4 Bristol Rovers (45.00) PART 3c - Swindon 2-1 Barrow (48.00) PART 4 - Managers and celebrations (52.00) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When Titanic pulled into theaters 25 years ago, it quickly became an inescapable cultural juggernaut. Everything about it was huge: Its budget, runtime, box office, and accolades. And it catapulted Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet into a whole new stratosphere of fame. Now that we've got some distance from Leo Mania and "king of the world" jokes, how does James Cameron's epic hold up all these years later? Vote for your favorite American Idol contestants at npr.org/AmericanIdol
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow 4/4: #Titanic: Diving to the wreck with Jim Cameron, Summer 2001, Charles Pellegrino, author, Farewell Titanic: Her Final Legacy. https://www.amazon.com/Farewell-Titanic-Her-Final-Legacy/dp/0470873873
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow 3/4: #Titanic: Diving to the wreck with Jim Cameron, Summer 2001, Charles Pellegrino, author, Farewell Titanic: Her Final Legacy. https://www.amazon.com/Farewell-Titanic-Her-Final-Legacy/dp/0470873873
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow 2/4: #Titanic: Diving to the wreck with Jim Cameron, Summer 2001, Charles Pellegrino, author, Farewell Titanic: Her Final Legacy. https://www.amazon.com/Farewell-Titanic-Her-Final-Legacy/dp/0470873876
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow 1/4: #Titanic: Diving to the wreck with Jim Cameron, Summer 2001, Charles Pellegrino, author, Farewell Titanic: Her Final Legacy. https://www.amazon.com/Farewell-Titanic-Her-Final-Legacy/dp/0470873876
Violet Jessop survived not one, not two, but three shipwrecks involving White Star Line's incredible Olympic-class ships, including the Titanic. The Effie Afton was not so lucky. This steamboat was part of the struggle between railroads and riverboats, and she crashed into the only bridge on the Mississippi River, two weeks after it opened.
There's a whole new bingo card for this week! We now have confirmation that Joe Biden's staff did, in fact, meet with Hunter Biden about his business dealings. Biden says he wants all military vehicles to be "climate friendly." Biden is seen wandering around after a speech again. Donald Trump is ramping up his rallies. Savanah Hernandez asks Californians about the new infanticide bill. A schoolteacher now wants to be known as Mx. Beaman. Exxon updated its guidance on acceptable flags that can be flown at company locations. Construction workers rescue a dog from a rushing river. Disney is not doing well right now. Wonder why? Brian Stelter thinks that it is too soon to write off CNN+ as a failure. Mike Tyson is reading an economics book. John Kerry sends a warning to gas companies about a green future. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After 21 days, CNN+ shuts down. Clay and Buck "dance on its grave" and compare it to other short tenures, like Anthony Scaramucci's stint as Trump White House Communications Director. Clay says, "This is maybe the biggest media failure of all time." CNN+ is just like setting $300 million on fire! Bottom line: No one wanted to see more Jemele Hill, Rex Chapman, Brian Stelter and Don Lemon. CNN gave up the decades that they had branded themselves as "trusted news" to turn into an anti-Trump network, Trump broke them. Buck suggests Clay make an offer to buy CNN+ and fold it into OutKick, for which he has a storied media business history. Callers weigh in on the colossal failure of CNN+. EIB 24/7 VIP gives an update on NCIS: Los Angeles actor Chris O'Donnell, who long ago turned down the part Leonardo DiCaprio played in blockbuster Titanic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.