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Actor Ben Barnes (The Chronicles of Narnia, Dorian Gray, Stardust) and director Nick Hamm (Godsend, The Hole) discuss their new film, Killing Bono -- a comedy about two Irish brothers struggling to forge their path through the 1980's music scene whilst the meteoric rise to fame of their old school pals U2 only serves to cast them deeper in to the shadows. Moderated by Chris Hewitt from Empire magazine.
 
These podcasts are live DJ sets made by the Nod DJs. There is no talking, only great flithy electro / rock / punk / house and everything inbetween. If you Like what you hear, please sign up, and give us feedback. Also come and visit the NOD myspaces at www.myspace.com/andyskipton www.myspace.com/benbeeps
 
Scott Radley is a seasoned journalist, who has written a column for over 15 years in Hamilton. He will ask questions that you want answers to. He will bring an inquisitive mind and a unique perspective to daily news that will push the boundaries in order to make people think and to challenge the norm.
 
Join Chris and the team every Friday for highlights from the best breakfast show on the air, plus exclusive content and uncut interviews. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast to never miss an episode. The Chris Evans Breakfast Show on Virgin Radio is available in the UK on DAB digital radio, online at www.virginradio.co.uk and on mobile via the Virgin Radio app. Virgin Radio is also available on Sky channel 0215.
 
Artificial Intelligence is the most transformative technology the world may ever see. More Intelligent Tomorrow is a wide ranging exploration of the potential impact of AI on the world around us, as envisioned by the future heroes of the Human and Machine Intelligence revolution. On the podcast we meet some of the most extraordinary experts in the industry to discuss curious topics from aliens to AI consciousness as well as the practical changes in healthcare, business and society at large.
 
“Dinosaurs and man, two species separated by sixty-five million years of evolution have just been suddenly thrown back into the mix together. How can we possibly have the slightest idea what to expect?” That’s a question I haven’t been able to stop thinking about since Alan Grant first posed it back in the summer of 93. Throughout the course of this season, we’ll be exploring some of the many fascinating questions that just might arise in a world shared by mankind and dinosaurs alike. As I a ...
 
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On this edition of the Scott Radley show podcast, Scott sits down with Annette Hamm from CHCH's Morning Live about all things Hamilton and more! This includes getting up early to host the morning show, the urban boundary expansion, how much heating will potentially cost this winter with gas prices rising, and much more! Guest: Annette Hamm, Co-host…
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of music, comedy, television, cookery and literature. The one and only Bob Geldof chats turning 70 and his brand new LP ‘Out The Back of Boomtown’. Petrolhead Richard Hammond discusses his Discovery+ show ‘Richard Hammond’s Workshop’. The hilarious Romesh Ranganathan shares all about BBC Two’s…
 
On this episode of the Scott Radley Show Podcast, it's sports talk! The Ti-Cats are not only hosting the Grey Cup in 2021, but it was announced that they will also host the 2023 Grey Cup. Guest: Matt Afinec, President and COO, Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Forge FC Hamilton. Last night, fans of the Canadian Soccer team saw their team play like a World Cu…
 
The October 13th edition has Health Reporter at The Hamilton Spectator Joanna Frketich join the show to discuss unvaccinated individuals in the hospital system. Scott was also joined by Dan McTeague President of Canadians for Affordable Energy to discuss rising energy costs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from film, music, comedy, cookery and literature. The one and only rocker Dave Grohl chats fascinating stories from his new book 'The Storyteller'. The phenomenal acting talent of Regina King discusses her new Netflix film 'The Harder They Fall'. Funnyman Ross Noble tells us about the UK leg of his comedy to…
 
Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) Having fun is something everyone can enjoy and elderly grandparents can sometimes find themselves getting into just as much trouble as any youngster. Here's your proof of that being true and all it'll take is a drunk elderly couple and a water park at night. 2) It's perfectly legal to sell a ca…
 
The unemployment rate seems to keep climbing and yet at the same time, so is the number of employers who are saying they can't find anyone to fill positions. How can this be and what can be done to fix it? Guest: Marvin Ryder, Associate Professor of Marketing, DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University - What do you do when you have an astero…
 
As if Facebook wasn't under enough fire and controversy already with its recent outage, the company is now having to deal with the massive dump of information stemming from a whistleblower who recently spoke in front of a congressional hearing. What's been revealed and is there any legal recourse that can happen as a result? Guest: Allen Mendelsohn…
 
Mary tells us about what she did to her man’s prized truck when he pushed her too far. Also, stories about being catfished, counterfeiting, starring in adult films and what happens when you poke one too many holes in your mom’s diaphragm. ACORN TV Get your first 30 days free by going to acorn.tv with promo code secret in all lowercase letters only.…
 
Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) Being Shakira isn't easy. You have to be flawless on stage, always have something in the works and do something that very few people have to do even once in their life, run away from some wild boars while walking in a Barcelona park! 2) Kicking an addiction isn't easy and many people find that …
 
A speech from the throne was delivered in Ontario's legislature today and from what it sounded like, everything and somehow nothing was said. What does the plan seem to be and how attainable is it actually? Guest: Dr. Ian Lee, Associate Professor, Sprott School of Business, Carleton University - Why is baseball's batting average drastically droppin…
 
This week's edition of The Brightest Conversation in Hamilton features Jamie West who joins Scott to talk about Justin Trudeau's vacation in Tofino, BC on the inaugural National Day for Truth & Reconciliation, referendums and surveys in Hamilton, having good hair, the future of the James Bond franchise & more. Guest: Jamie West, Host, The Jamie Wes…
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from the big screen, small screen, comedy, cookery and literature. The cast of 'No Time To Die', Daniel Craig, Lea Seydoux, Ben Whishaw and Lashana Lynch all chat the brilliant brand new Bond film. The always hilarious Jimmy Carr discusses his new memoir 'Before & Laughter'. Punk rock icon Billy Idol tells u…
 
Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) If you go missing for long enough, people will eventually come looking for you. That was something a man discovered after drunkenly walking off into a forest where he discovered a manhunt. He decided to help them out and after a while they found who they were looking for, it was him! 2) A Danis…
 
Whether it's the pension, salary or severance package, politicians are paid handsomely. This means the big wave of incumbent MPs who didn't get reelected still has a way of getting your money. Why is this? Guest: Franco Terrazzano, Federal Director, Canadian Taxpayers Federation - There is a lot of money to be made in the art world and as such, som…
 
Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) NASA is looking for a new van to take astronauts to and from their spacecraft. Luckily a company with a well known vehicle has offered their services. The question now stands, would NASA be willing to let its astronauts ride in the Oscar Mayer WEINERMOBILE? 2) Sleeping is crucial for humans, ju…
 
As many Canadians celebrate the return of Michael Kovrig & Michael Spavor back to Canada, some are still remembering those who remain locked up in China. One such person is a lady from Burlington whose husband has been imprisoned as a political prisoner for 15 years without any family contact.. Guest: Kamila Telendibaeva, Wife of Huseyin Celil - Th…
 
Some new information regarding Hamilton's bid to host the 2030 Commonwealth Games is being revealed but will it be enough to secure the win? What are the proposed ideas and how would they work? Guest: Robert Livingstone, Producer & Senior Journalist, GamesBids.com - We can say, without a doubt, this year had some interesting weather. The rain, heat…
 
This week's edition of The Brightest Conversation in Hamilton features Scot Urquhart who joins Scott to talk about COVID-19, the stress level when in large groups/traveling, China, Canada's government post-election & more. Guest: Scot Urquhart, Co-Host, The Hamilton Network, Cable 14 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of television, comedy, cookery and literature. Comedian and author Ben Miller discusses his brand new kids book 'How I Became A Dog Called Midnight'. Survivalist expert Bear Grylls chats 'National Fitness Day' and how you can get active. Free solo-climbing colossus Alex Honnold shares all abou…
 
Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) A Boston high school had to hire a private bus company due to a school bus shortage so they could take students on a field trip. When the bus pulled up to the school and the students got on, it was quickly realized that this was no ordinary bus, this was a party bus complete with LED light stri…
 
As the light gets shone more and more on mental health, are we doing any favours by devaluing the marks our students are receiving? Is it time to get rid of the idea of grading as a whole? Guest: Dr. Paul Bennett, Founding Director & Lead Consultant, Schoolhouse Consulting and Author, "The State of the System" & Educhatter blog - Where did COVID-19…
 
Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) The saying, "If something seems too good to be true, it probably is," rings very true with these two guys from Mississippi. While walking down the street they saw a car with a sign in the window that said it was free and the keys were in the ignition. After taking it home, they found something,…
 
We've been hearing political promises and hopes for the future for a little over a month but it's now time to get back to reality and the real issues that are happening right now. Many of these issues are based in the financial realm which is precisely why Scott welcomes Dr. Ian Lee to the show so help put these problems into perspective. Guest: Dr…
 
When she was a kid, Caroline discovered a shocking secret her dad was keeping. What happened after she confronted him would change her world forever. BETTER HELP Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/secret. CALM For a limited time, get 40% off a Calm Premium subscription at Calm.com/secret. DIPSEA Get a 30 day free trial when you go to Di…
 
As we approach closing time for the polls, Scott is joined by someone who might be able to help shine some light on where we're at going into the final hours of the 2021 federal election. Guest: Kate Harrison, Vice Chair, Summa Strategies - Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) Baby showers are supposed to be full of joy and celebr…
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of television, film, comedy, cookery and literature. The awesome Josh Widdicombe regales stories from his new book Watching Neighbours Twice a Day… How 90s TV (Almost) Prepared me for Life). Producer, comedian and game show host turned extraordinary author Richard Osman brings us his new novel…
 
Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) Sometimes it's better to not ask a question because the answer can leave you more confused than you were to begin with. For example, why was this guy shooting out of a window? Apparently it was because he thought he was shooting at aliens. I don't know about you but I'm certainly more confused …
 
While an election boils down to who gets the most votes, there's always much more that goes into garnering those votes. To help break down who's doing what and how this election is going as a whole, Scott invites Stephen LeDrew on to the show. Guest: Stephen LeDrew, Political Commentator; Host, The LeDrew Three Minute Interview; Former President, L…
 
In this podcast special Chris and the brilliantly talented Josh Widdecombe, head down memory lane as they reminisce and regale stories of 90’s TV shows; from Big Brother to Neighbours! Josh’s fabulous new childhood memoir Watching Neighbours Twice a Day… How ‘90s TV (Almost) Prepared Me for Life, is out now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op…
 
In this podcast special Chris speaks to journalist and writer Oliver Burkeman, who mildly terrifies us with how little time we’re here for, in his extraordinary new book Four Thousand Weeks. Drawing on modern and ancient philosophies, Oliver reveals to us how to embrace our limitations! You can catch Chris and the team live weekdays 6:30-10am on Vi…
 
Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) Cup Noodle, a ramen noodle company, is celebrating their 50th anniversary by creating a line of ramen noodle flavoured soda pops. This lineup will consist of their basic Cup Noodle soda, a seafood-accented cream soda, a curry-accented cola and a chili-tomato soda. Thirsty yet? 2) Trying to fake…
 
If you compare most of the political platforms that are being put forward by the candidates in Canada's federal election, you'll see that there are many similarities. Despite this, there are some topics that the party leaders differ on and one such topic is childcare. What are their perspectives, how would they implement their program, if at all, a…
 
Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) Running late for your flight is always nerve wracking and extremely stressful however one lady found a sure fire way to make sure the plane doesn't take off for a few more hours... call in a bomb threat! Now you don't have to worry about being late for your flight ever again! 2) Some people fro…
 
There is already much controversy over the upcoming Olympics that are set to take place in China. Activists have been sending letter pleading for countries to reconsider sending athletes to the Games and also, interestingly enough, to television networks. Why television networks and how could they help protest China's atrocities? Guest: Lhadon Teth…
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of television, film, comedy, cookery and literature. Oasis legend Noel Gallagher talks about the worldwide cinematic release of the new film “Oasis Knebworth 1996”. He shares his memories of that time, and speaks about the chances of Oasis reforming. Stand-up and telly genius Russell Howard ge…
 
Tonight's debate between the leaders of Canada's federal parties will see a lot of words get exchanged but that doesn't always dictate what message gets portrayed. Scott speaks with someone to help explain what different signs mean and what to watch for during tonight's debate. Guest: Robyn Braley, Brand Specialist, Unimark Creative; Blogger; Body …
 
In this podcast special Chris spoke to the legendary Noel Gallagher about the worldwide release of the documentary 'Oasis Knebworth 1996' on Thursday and the album of the same name, out Friday. You can catch Chris and the team live weekdays 6:30-10am on Virgin Radio UK. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) Criminals aren't always the smartest and we've found another to add to that pile. When it comes to cocaine smuggling, there are many ways to do it but under a toupee is definitely one of the worst. 2) Stealing a car is a bad idea and stealing one while running from the police is even worse but …
 
The negative impact that closing our schools has had on our students hasn't been dealt evenly. This disparity has prompted many experts in the education realm to start sounding the alarms because there are many red flags that are waving. Guest: Irvin Studin, Chair, Worldwide Commission to Educate All Kids; Editor-in-Chief, Publisher & Founder, Glob…
 
Today's edition of Ben's Story of the Day features: 1) People were protesting outside of Facebook's offices in London in the hopes of changing the way they moderate pictures of nipples vs tattoos of nipples on breast cancer survivors. Though some protestors dressed up as giant breasts, hopefully no one acted like one. 2) Gender reveals have caused …
 
How is this election moving along? Are things going the way we expected when the writ was initially dropped? Guest: Kate Harrison, Vice Chair, Summa Strategies - The price of meat is rising rapidly and there's no denying it. The question, however, is why? Has it been the pandemic alone that's caused this spike or is there something more to it and i…
 
Patrick tells us about the extreme events of his youth that led to a murder. While nothing could have been worse, it did close a chapter in his life. ACORN TV Get your first 30 days free by going to acorn.tv with promo code secret in all lowercase letters only. BONAFIDE Get 20% off your first purchase when you subscribe to any product by going to h…
 
This week on the show Gaby Roslin, Ricky Wilson and Sam Pinkham are sitting in for Chris, welcoming friends from the world of television, film, comedy, cookery and literature. Legendary chef Jamie Oliver chats his mouth-watering new book 'Together: Memorable Meals Made Easy'. The always hilarious Matt Lucas shares some silly games from his latest b…
 
This week on the show we welcome friends from the world of television, film, music and literature. The legendary Timothy Spall chats his heartwarming and heartbreaking new film 'The Last Bus'. Author and presenter Dawn O'Porter discusses the paperback release of her brilliant new book 'Life In Pieces'. David Croft gets us revved up for the Belgian …
 
With over 3,000 satellites orbiting and 10,000+ more on the horizon, the issue of space junk has become increasingly important. Humans could face a future where we become trapped by our own space junk debri. Thankfully, Araz and Siamak are working to track and avoid these flying hammers.Bởi Ben Taylor - Kayhan Space
 
Rebecca tells us about the job she took - and the things she did - that ended up making her the target of an Italian mob. ACORN TV Get your first 30 days free by going to acorn.tv with promo code secret in all lowercase letters only. BETTER HELP Get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/secret. CALM For a limited time, get 40% off a Calm Premi…
 
This week's edition of The Brightest Conversation in Hamilton features Graeme Mackay who joins Scott to talk about the current situation in Afghanistan, vaccine hesitancy, the fact that Hamilton has 9,000 employees, conscious cartooning and more. Guest: Graeme Mackay, Editorial Cartoonist, The Hamilton Spectator See omnystudio.com/listener for priv…
 
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