The audio side of DamnInteresting.com: Legitimately intriguing true stories from history, science, and psychology. Audiobook-like narration with sound effects and music.
A weekly roundup of the most interesting links featured on DamnInteresting.com. Hosted by Jennifer Lee Noonan.
Join us to chat about Jamstack, coding the web, the people who code the web, and sometimes, lollies. With love from Netlify 💙.
Making history fun, accessible, and interesting by sharing the human story behind the dates we learned about in history class.
Interesting Things with JC is a new podcast mini series, with highlight on some of the more interesting historical stories, current events as well as under-told stories.
Interesting facts you may or may not need to know. But hey, some things are worth knowing.
From crocodile attacks in Indonesia to escaping war-torn Lebanon to deep water solo-ing (term describing rock climbing without a rope over deep water). People Are Interesting is a journey through the serious and the hilarious with unique individuals.
Be a fly on the wall and, listen to some interesting enough topics ranging music to entertainment
This is a podcast designed to inform and entertain. Its meant for people who are interested in acquiring some virtually useless knowledge.
Welcome to the Interesting Health and Safety Podcast, brought to you in partnership with Safety FM! A lot of people see health and safety as a really boring subject. Too much red tape, too many systems and procedures. A lot of things getting stopped by the safety police. Colin brings a different take on this; Ok at times it is still serious but Colin brings the topic to life in an interesting and challenging way. If you are serious about making a difference to your team then this podcast wil ...
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Interviewing people from different backgrounds and adversities to determine what made them who they are today.
The Interesting Podcast is a show where Brian Ballance has a conversation with someone whom he finds interesting.
Part game show, part interview, part choose your own adventure book, part podcast... New topic and new guests each week. Enjoy! Everythingispod@gmail.com @everything_is_interesting_pod instagram twitter @everythingisin7 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joe-von-kennel/support
A weekly follow-up to what is talked about during the weekend message with a little extra “fun” thrown in at no charge. It’s about twenty minutes of content that we think is worth your time - though, to be honest, we’re pretty biased.
Join Martin Robin and Alex each week as we bring you little-known facts and stupid news stories that are ...well...just interesting!
In the spirit of ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ this podcast is a biographical style interview with interesting people that will focus on their love/hate/curious relationship with wine and the fascinating lives they’ve lived so far. Oh and plenty of wine tips and recommendations.
Christian Patam and Myles Darling reviewing movies and tv shows every week https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOjjPtnto197PBVqdjoe8mg
Bringing together successful executives, entrepreneurs, experts and their advisors within interesting and emerging companies and industries to share their achievements, challenges, and what makes them successful. Technology, Manufacturing, Services, Mining, Construction,... and more. Tune-in each week as Nola Heale interviews a new inspirational leader.
Two chaps talking about things they're interested in; you might be interested in them too. Probably movies, music, TV, books and stuff that's going on. Unashamedly slapdash. Find us on different sites: @bytereview and @benjionelung
SOUTHERNER: Conversations with interesting people who call the South home, hosted by Christopher Thomas of MADE SOUTH.
In his work at MADE SOUTH, Christopher Thomas meets a whole bunch of interesting people doing really cool things around the South. These are the conversations he has with some of those people. Listen in as he visits with makers, authors, chefs, musicians, artists, and more.
Short-form objects of fascination from the editors of Damn Interesting.
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Learn about interesting things and increase your mate-value.
Award winning radio journalist Bob Brill brings his unique style of interviewing and introduces the most interesting people, every day people and extraordinary people.
Every Monday, Antonio and Joe talk about the things that they find interesting from physics, to philosophy, to technology.
Podcast by Interesting History
Podcast made for school
Do You want to be great? Do you want to master the arts, strategies, skills ,and ways of thinking and performing to be a true world-class Creator Enterpriser? Are you ready to seek the true Spirit Force vital to being a successful life and business innovator, enterprise builder, and entrepreneur? Here is how to be one, here is how to sell like the master creator, how to build a world-class company, and how to be strong, even in your broken places and spaces. And one of the better ways to do ...
Two Zero Q - 20 Questions With Interesting People, the show that tells the 'Origin Stories' of everyday superheros in the lgbtqi community and friends. #twozeroq Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
There are many interesting animals out there and we will describe them for you in this podcast!
Welcome to the podcast, where amazing things happen.
Unusually Interesting is quickly becoming the go to place for everything unusual and interesting on the internet. This podcast compliments the website by bringing articles to life and allowing visitors the opportunity to listen rather than read them.
Interesting People Reading Poetry is a short, sound-rich podcast where artists and luminaries read a favorite poem and share what it means to them. Created by Andy & Brendan Stermer.
Welcome to the Interesting facts about dreams podcast, where amazing things happen.
The Slightly Interesting Podcast offers the audience 100% authentic conversations between the host and his guest. Sometimes intellectual and always slightly interesting.
Like to find small things that make me smile.
I Found This Interesting (IFTI) is a super short podcast with two people talking about things they find interesting.
Craig might not be good at many things, but he's good at one thing: having interesting conversations with people. This is the podcast for you if you're interested in interesting things: inspiring stories, mindset, performance, self-improvement, the hidden side of stuff people don't think about, interesting people and interesting conversations. Craig dives deep with new guests every couple of weeks to find the interesting side of anything.
This is a podcast where we talk about things that we find interesting.... or really really really cool. Hence, "That's So Interesting".
Sometimes we mumble, sometimes we share mics.
I was just finishing up a podcast when we got word of "the shooting." At that time I said that whenever anything tragic like this happens, don't say anything about it for 72 hours. Wait and see what is happening and pray. Well now it's about 48 hours and all I will do is I will say that I wish The President would've just said a prayer. Unfortunatel…
Interesting Things with JC #284: "Pineapples” - Historians believe that the pineapple originated in Brazil and South America. It was later imported to Europe. Originally, "pineapple" was a name used for pinecones, but a pineapple is not an apple or a pine cone, it is actually a berry! From European fascination to global export domination, let's dig…
This episode dives into the lesser known facts about our beloved caffeine products. How many cups of coffee did Voltaire drink and where did the term 6-pack come from ? Listen and find out. It'll have you thinking, now That's Interesting. Enjoy !Bởi Meaghan
📌 intro📌 mental health check📌 book recommendation 📌 Is reading the same as listening to an audiobook yes or no📌 Internet is shitTitle You had one job!📌 Are you player one or luigi📌 We are kinda toxic📌 Dealin with our issues 📌 Bops of the weekFreddy Gibbs- ice creamLil baby-frozenPusha T- diet cokePusha T- hear me clearlyLaya- bragFivio Foreign- Cit…
On this episode of Say Something Interesting Megan and Brent discuss week one of our teaching series: THY KINGDOM COME. Other topics include garage sales, needing two reasons to drive somewhere, and Tolstoy’s intensity.Bởi EastLake Tri-Cities
This week I speak with Ryan Smith as he discusses his mission as a physical therapist to break down barriers and help his patients lead healthier lives. Ryan speaks about his own journey with depression, catholic guilt, and all the life lessens he learned while working in a cardboard factory in his hometown in Wisconsin. Listen in to hear our share…
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. In this episode we talk about our thoughts on the good, bad, and ugly of a workplace environment. You’ll learn about some of our distractions, uncomfortable chairs, Jason’s shaking standing desk, and much more. 👥 Panelists People who were remotely interesting: Prince Wilson Jason Lengstorf …
Yallllll welcome back! So excited to have Ashley back with us tonight, its been far too long. She has many interesting updates to her life, and we dive down a few rabbit trails including a heavy debate on the concept of all inclusive resorts (foreshadowing, I hate them :-). Thank you for listening y'all, enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://anc…
I recently found out I will be going to Scotland later this year and I thought the perfect way to celebrate was to go over some of the notable rulers of Scotland!! Major takeaways: tanistry, child rulers, and a stone!!
Julie Broad harnessed her entrepreneurial fabric to succeed in real estate investing even when circumstances were not idea, and then told the stories in a self-published overall #1 bestseller. That experience now makes the road smoother for other self-published non-fiction authors. Two wins. The authors keep 100% of their book sale proceeds. And th…
How well do we understand the controls we have in place, and how relevant are they? Are we confident that they are being effectively used? As Colin discusses this week, it might be time to take a whole new look at the controls we use, and determine if they're truly needed. KEY TAKEAWAYS Some controls do not serve a useful purpose, or are completely…
The podcast is back in Niagara with a winery I’m shocked it took me so long to discover. I’m joined by Kevin Panagapka, winemaker, and co-founder of 2027 Cellars. A true boutique winery Kevin’s portfolio has no weak links just high-end wine making. We chat about what led to Kevin and his wife Jodie’s decision to start up their own winery back in 20…
Thanks to Cillian Dunne for sharing his experiences of training to be a pro wheelchair racer. Fingers crossed for his Paris 2024 qualification.Bởi People Are Interesting
Debugging an urban legend, Pulmonary breakfast, Trilobite couplings, Sand in the hourglass, Postal outpost, Quantum evolution, Love's aromas lost, Goodwill hunting. Jennifer, Angie, and Way discuss the curated links for the week of 5/13/2022. Please consider supporting this ad-free content on Patreon.…
Martin and Robin recount and discuss the tragic death of Hollywood star Natalie Wood - and the sinister mystery surrounding it.Bởi Just Interesting
Hi Everybody, Welcome to 2ZQ Hot takes, where we discuss issues both big and small; I am your host TVHTim Kirk and today I'll be talking about Malcolm McLaren - Opportunist, Exploiter, Genius, Audacious Provocateur, Impresario, Visionary, Clever Chops. It’s been said that God is in the math but the devil is in the details. This is a case of giving …
This episode is with actor/director/coach Walt Gray IV. In this episode we talk about working on Shakespeare, getting a lead role in high school by accident, Going to UCLA, working on The Newsroom, taking a class from the legendary Gordon Hunt, working as a PA at the Sony MoCap stages, how important communication is and SO MUCH MORE!Follow Walt!Ins…
SOUTHERNER: Conversations with interesting people who call the South home, hosted by Christopher Thomas of MADE SOUTH.
Chris visits with Clay Risen. Clay is a journalist for The New York Times who writes extensively about whiskey. Chris and Clay discuss the current state of whiskey, what it's like writing obituaries for interesting and notable people, family heirlooms, and more. To learn more about Clay, visit https://www.clayrisen.com/ or follow him at @risenc on …
In 1924 a bankrupt businessman in Portugal launched an audacious international scheme to become one of the wealthiest men in the world.Bởi Damn Interesting
What's going to happen to Twitter now that it has been bought by the richest person in the world? Today's episode discusses the impacts of the privatization of the media house.