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Fitness and weight loss expert Vinnie Tortorich, author of best-selling book "Fitness Confidential", dispels the widespread mistaken beliefs regarding weight loss and exercise and teaches us how to lose weight, get fit and reclaim our lives. Using his 35 years of experience in the fitness and weight loss industry in Hollywood combined with an absolute commitment to good health, Vinnie has helped hundreds of thousands of people around the world lose hundreds of thousands of unhealthy pounds i ...
 
Hello, I am Torre "Tor" White. Thank you for listening to "Real Talk with Simplee Tor". The purpose of this show is to create a space for honest, raw, and real conversations that all entrepreneurs and working people can learn from. This show will shine light on the importance of maintaining one's mental health and practicing self-care. To connect with me personally, please visit my website at http://simpleetor.com/ and be sure to check out all the other great programs on BizRadio.US.
 
The original independent news, politics and culture podcast that doesn’t take itself too seriously and yet punches well above its weight. Join critically acclaimed & derided hosts Tony Groves and Martin McMahon as they delve into the news of the day, pull apart the spin and bluster and bring unedited corporate free unapologetic realism to the things that matter. in the . There will be shenanigans!
 
In seinem Kolumnen-Podcast befasst sich Matthias Hofer mit den alltäglichen Widrigkeiten und Wundern im Arbeitsleben und in zwischenmenschlichen Begegnungen. Der 5-minütige Gedankenstrom des Autors folgt den unterschiedlichsten Themen. Meist beruht das Gehörte auf Erlebtem. Es kann allerdings passieren, dass das Private ins Politische kippt und eine Welle freier Assoziationen den Erlebnisaufsatz hinweg spült. Das macht es dem Autor leichter, die Qualen des Alltags zu verarbeiten. Nur darauf ...
 
At Sports 'N Torts we talk with our friends, peers and colleagues about sports, law and business. We preview the biggest sporting events and then break down the results. We talk with the leaders in the legal industry to find out what makes them and their law firms successful and learn the technical tricks of their trade. Finally, we are always interested in general business principles and the engines that make a good company tick. Grab and seat and let's chat.
 
This law podcast breaks down cases and explains the law behind the Court decisions and damages. We look at personal injury cases and torts in California, why decisions were made and the damage, while looking at the law that guides the judgment. Learn about Torts and how Courts decide damages in personal injury law cases and other tort law cases.
 
Two weirdos from the heart of Amish country, Matt and Greg, dissect the world around them. With a scalpel sharpened by years of mental illness and erratic behavior, they cut away all the bone and gristle to reveal America’s true heart. Expect opinions on all sorts of media and culture, opinions of other peoples’ opinions, interviews, rants, sour behavior, and lighthearted humor. Have a nice day.
 
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Kevin Young & Dan Hourigan

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Ever wanted to know where things like The Rack or The Brazen Bull came from and why? Want to delve deep into what made Pol Pot or Nero the tyrant's they became? Well on this new show, from hosts Kevin Young and Dan Hourigan, we'll get into all of it and take a closer look at the distance past and up to the modern day to try and understand the History of Human Cruelty. It's TORTURE!
 
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Radio HumedaLes

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El matinal feminista y lesbiano de Radio HumedaLES, conducido por Zizi, y Pajarita. En controles, Dj Otra Planetaria. Acompañamos una mañana a la semana con ánimo y alegría. Memoria de Mujeres, entrevistas a creadoras, feministas, lesbianas. Revisamos las cartelera cultural feminista, revisamos el Tarot, recomendación de película y mucha buena música!!!
 
A book-by-book reckoning with Tamora Pierce’s Tortall series by two mostly-grown women with a fuller appreciation for their dreams of knighthood and some new questions about what it means to get your shield. Rebecca and Joan are pulling out their battered childhood copies, bring yours if you’ve got them!
 
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Miguel Castro, Alexander Wittlings; Redaktion: Johanna Heckeley

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Wer sind eigentlich die Personen, deren Spuren wir noch heute in historischen Funden begegnen? Wie haben sie gelebt, was hat sie bewegt? Und was ist eigentlich von ihnen geblieben? Unsere beiden Autoren Miguel Castro und Alexander Wittlings machen sich in ihrem Geschichts-Podcast gemeinsam mit ihren Gästen auf die Suche. Dabei legen sie ihren Fokus auf die älteste Stadt Deutschlands, Trier, und die geschichtsträchtige Region zwischen Mosel, Eifel und Hunsrück. Was für Zeugnissen bekannter un ...
 
Az emberiség mítosza a csimpánznál kezdődik és az istenné válásnál lesz vége. Minden ami a kettő között van, pedig történelem. A podcast tematikája 3 szálon fog futni. Az első a világtörténelem lesz, ahol az első civilizáció kialakulásától, háborúkon, királyságokon keresztül haladok majd a XX. század végéig. A második a magyar történelem lesz, ahol az ezer éves Magyarország történetét fogom bemutatni, a Honfoglalás előtti időktől az 1989-es rendszerváltásig. A harmadik pedig a nagyívű történ ...
 
An explanation of how, statistically speaking, High School Musical supporting actor Corbin Bleu is the third-most-important person in history. The story of an unethical 1970s experiment aimed at proving that humans are inherently violent, and how it ended up suggesting the opposite, much to the chagrin of the scientist who designed it. The hunt for the mysterious, racially ambiguous founder of the Nation of Islam. The surprisingly riveting hunt for a lost gay porno about Jesus. An investigat ...
 
People often ask me why I love trail running. It's all about the stories. You meet a different kind of person on the trails: connects with nature, doesn't mind slowing down if someone is in need, says, "Good job, runner." Trail runners are competitive, for sure. But it's also egalitarian. Seldom will you find the elites separated from the regular folk. Everyone gets lost at some point. Everyone falls. These are our badges of passage. This is my take on trail culture. Logo: Kevin Stich Music: ...
 
DJ/Producer David Tort is one of the most influential Spanish artist in the global electronic music scene. His success is the product of both, his distinctive studio work and his in-demand DJ sets all around the world. Both sides have made him a household name in modern club culture. Djing for over 30 years, David has been also brewing his studio sound for over fifteen years cultivating a unique and diverse musical personality understood both by clubbers and industry alike. His discography i ...
 
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No. Now that we’ve got that question out of the way, what’s the closest thing there is to a biggest number? What’s the biggest number we can conceive of? What’s the biggest number we’ve ever calculated? Surprisingly, there are concrete answers. Meet some candidates for the biggest number ever defined: Graham's number, Rayo's number, the Busy Beaver…
 
Niki Powell-Cottman, is a mental health strategist, trainer, parent coach, and recovery specialist. Niki has delivered interactive presentations and spoken on suicide prevention and youth mental health on various platforms. She also helps individuals combat the challenges that come with addiction recovery. In addition, Niki is impacting lives globa…
 
Cribl provides a real-time data stream management platform for MELT data that enables organizations to gain insights and take action on data in place (right at the source), data at rest (already stored in a data lake), and eventually data in motion (transitioning an observability pipeline). Back in May 2022 Clint and the C021 team signaled that the…
 
Was macht man als römischer Kaiser, wenn man einen Lehrer für seinen Sohn braucht? Man bestellt einen der klügsten Köpfe seiner Zeit als Privatlehrer an den eigenen Hof. So geschehen vor 1.700 Jahren in Trier. Über den Gelehrten und Autor Decimus Magnus Ausonius, seinen Zögling, Kaisersohn Gratian, und die Mosella, sein berühmtes Lobesgedicht an di…
 
The first mainstream Hollywood movie to tackle the Holocaust starred, and was directed by, Jerry Lewis, a lowbrow 60s slapstick comedian. Called The Day The Clown Cried and intended for a 1974 release, the very idea of its existence was met with disgust from critics, and it was left unreleased despite being almost entirely complete, a very rare phe…
 
In a situation that may seem familiar to listeners in 2022, in the Russo-Japanese War of 1904 Russia was finding itself humiliated, unexpectedly losing against a nominally less powerful, less significant power. With Russia’s Pacific naval fleet mostly decimated by the Japanese, Russia decided to move its Baltic Fleet out to the Atlantic, around the…
 
In this episode, Niamh speaks with Marie Moran, assistant professor in Equality Studies, and director of University College Dublin’s Equality Studies Centre. Marie is author of Identity and Capitalism, published by Sage in 2015, and of ‘Rethinking Elites in Populist Times’ which is forthcoming from Verso. She is also working on another monograph fo…
 
Episode 2288 - On this Friday's show, Vinnie Tortorich welcomes Dr. Gregory Martin and the two discuss the "RV for a chicken"–the egg, and all kinds of facts from its structure, nutritional value, and more. https://vinnietortorich.com/2023/02/rv-for-chicken-dr-gregory-martin-epsidoe-2288 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS RV FOR A CHICKEN Vinnie welcomes …
 
Listeners will be familiar with our guest, Chair of United Against Racism, Memet Uludag, and his work in countering the far right in Ireland. What is news to most is that he was recently in Lesbos, Greece, for the (sham)trial of 24 people charged with all sorts of trumped up charges for trying to help save people from drowning in EU waters. He tell…
 
Another musical journey on this week’s #HoTLradio, as the label leitmotiv I’m going from House to Techno in a musical curve without limitations, enjoy!Get "Cantando y Danzando" here: https://hotlrecords.lnk.to/cantandoydanzandoHarry Romero - Mongobonix (From Beneath The Earth's Crust) [Nite Grooves]Ape Rebellion - Let's Get Ill (Original Mix) [Nerv…
 
In this week’s energy podcast, Senior Portfolio Manager Matt Sallee discusses: Midstream outperforming the S&P in 2022 with lower volatility (beta of 0.70 to the S&P and 0.36 to crude oil) IEA forecasting record demand growth leading to tight supply putting upward pressure on oil prices Kickoff to fourth quarter earnings season Download Transcript…
 
Episode 2287 - On this Wednesday's show, Vinnie Tortorich and Gina Grad discuss deals with the devil, reading the fine print, Gina's upcoming book, and more. https://vinnietortorich.com/reading-fine-print-episode-2287 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS READING THE FINE PRINT Vinnie and Gina chat a bit about the book she's written for children about step-p…
 
La pasada década se caracterizó por el surgimiento y auge de un nuevo tipo de cómic independiente, si acaso menos alternativo y más cercano a los gustos del gran público. La llamada Image 2.0 y el éxito de otras editoriales como IDW, Boom! o Dynamite propició que montones de nuevas editoriales brotaran como setas. Aftershock, TKO, AWA, Ahoy, Black …
 
It was a pleasure to be rejoined on the podcast by Mother and Baby Home survivor, writer and actor, Noelle Brown and human rights barrister and pro-bono co-director of clannproject.ie, Dr Maeve O'Rourke. We just wish it was under better circumstances.On Wednesday the government will attempt to ram through a redress scheme based on the High Court di…
 
How likely is life on other planets, really? It’s almost definitely out there somewhere - but it may be frighteningly rare. Then again, as mysterious radio signals and odd dimming patterns from stars suggest, extraterrestrial civilizations might already be trying to contact us. Have they visited us? Almost definitely not. But they might know we’re …
 
In the late 19th century, locusts made large parts of the Great Plains nearly uninhabitable. They formed swarms the size of states, eating everything in their path, becoming a trope in Westerns to this day. And then they went extinct, over just a few decades. Their sudden disappearance predated modern pesticides and industrial farming techniques, a…
 
In the 1960s, as the US and USSR competed to be the first to land a man on the moon, the newly independent African nation of Zambia launched their own space program. Roundly mocked by the international press, historians and Zambians alike still debate what the Zambian space program really was: an honest attempt at reaching space on a shoestring bud…
 
In a rural county in Georgia, fifty miles east of Atlanta, sits a mysterious monument. Stonehenge-like granite slabs are engraved with a message in eight common world languages, urging passersby to "maintain humanity under 500 million", "guide reproduction wisely, improving fitness and diversity", and "be not a cancer on the Earth", among other uns…
 
In 1973, 11 people, from all over the world, were set adrift on a raft in the Atlantic for 100 days, in order to prove a rogue scientist's theory that in isolation, men will fight to the death over their right to have sex with women. The experiment ended up in a peaceful, surprisingly wholesome place, to the chagrin of the scientist, who had done e…
 
Fanfiction has a surprisingly long and distinguished history - it's older than most forms of literature, and acclaimed authors from Alexander Pope to S.E. Hinton have all written fanfic of others' works. Nonetheless, the most famous fanfic in existence is still probably an anonymous, so-bad-it's-good 44-chapter Harry Potter fanfiction from 2006. It…
 
One of the largest and best-known Black nationalist organizations may have been founded by a white guy from Portland. Introducing the fascinating mystery of Wallace Fard Muhammad, a young, racially ambiguous man who showed up out of nowhere in 1930s Detroit, founded the Nation of Islam, and disappeared as mysteriously as he'd appeared. In the ensui…
 
He's a cultural icon for having directed The Room, a hilarious disaster of a movie, but Tommy Wiseau isn't just an entertaining weirdo, he's a walking mystery. Nobody knows where or when he was born, what country he is from, or how he got his massive fortune he used to finance the production of The Room - though people have their theories, and they…
 
In 1969, the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland was so polluted, it caught fire. Supposedly, the revelation that a river could catch fire shocked Americans into realizing the toll they were taking on the environment, and paved the way for the first major environmental legislation - though that widely repeated story is largely based on a myth. The 1969 Cuy…
 
He was the best pitcher Major League Baseball ever saw, but he would often walk off the pitch mid-game to go fishing. He was a star actor, but he could never remember his lines. On multiple occasions, he saved people from burning buildings, to the chagrin of actual firefighters. He wrestled alligators, literally killed two birds with one stone, was…
 
There are dozens of fake towns scattered across the United States - places with real buildings and all the apparent features of a real town, but no real residents or businesses. Most are on military bases, and are used as training sites for police or military agencies. Some are public enough that they can occasionally be visited by tourists; others…
 
In 1993, journalist Jennifer Toth shocked the world with her book "The Mole People", which described organized city-like societies of homeless people living in abandoned tunnels under New York City. Purportedly a work of nonfiction, the book drew a fair amount of flak - but there may be more truth to it than naysayers would care to admit.…
 
The people with the most-translated biographical articles on Wikipedia are mostly who you'd expect: a rogues gallery of the most important and influential people of all time. With one glaring exception - a minor American actor whose Wiki page, staggeringly, is the 3rd most translated of any person ever, living or dead. Who is it, and more important…
 
The life and lies of one of 20th century America's most unique and successful swindlers, a man who became rich and famous promoting a very strange (and dubiously safe) medical procedure, ran for Kansas governor twice (and won both times, though the state's political elite managed to prevent him from ever being inaugurated), and later fled to Mexico…
 
Episode 2286 - On this Monday's show, Vinnie Tortorich and Anna Vocino discuss everything from celebrity encounters to the Fancy Food Show, Vinnie's blueprint for goals, and more. https://vinnietortorich.com/2023/01/blueprint-for-goals-episode-2286 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS BLUEPRINT FOR GOALS Vinnie and Anna start the show with a little tribute …
 
I am proud to say that had P.J. not accepted my invitation to volunteer with me at the J&J Trail Running Reunion in September 2016, he may not have become a part-owner of Tejas Trails. He immediately got it and fit in. Seeing him evolve into a race director has been an exciting journey. And he's only 29! He is one of my favorite people in the world…
 
Scandal, scandal, and scandal. What has 2023 got in store for the UK, and how might that impact us? Rejoining me in the tortoise shack to answer these questions is listener-favourite, Prof Richard Murphy.We look at the NHS under pressure, Rishi Sunak's unhelpful pledges, Labour's lightweight opposition and what lies ahead for climate action, housin…
 
In this Reboot Republic podcast, Rory, talks with Hugh Brennan of O Cualann Co Housing Alliance, about the housing situation, where it is going, and how we can provide genuinely affordable homes through not for profit housing associations, local authorities and community-led housing. This is an inspiring podcast that shows there is an alternative t…
 
Albie and Jeramey take a look at a tough double loss by the Texas Tech basketball teams; a thumping at home by West Virginia for the men and a tough loss on the road for the women. Not all losses are the same and we are excited for the trajectory of the Lady Raiders - the men, however, are not as inspiring right now.…
 
Episode 2285 - On this Friday's show, Vinnie Tortorich speaks with Drs. Laura Buchanan and Matt Calkins about the Food Compass, metabolic health, how to "right the ship" in healthcare, and more. https://vinnietortorich.com/2023/01/right-ship-drs-laura-buchanan-matt-calkins-epsiode-2285 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS RIGHT THE SHIP Vinnie welcomes the …
 
Glad to have the legend @d-formation on the driver’s seat for #HoTLradio! Don’t miss hi live set at Birgit Club (Berlin)Get @hotlrecords latest release here: https://hotlrecords.lnk.to/cantandoydanzandowww.hotlrecords.comwww.facebook.com/hotlrecordswww.twitter.com/hotlrecordswww.instagram.com/hotlrecords@hotlrecordswww.davidtort.euwww.facebook.com/…
 
Stay close to "WakeUpCall" on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram! Listen LIVE to "Wake Up Call with Dan Tortora" MON through FRI, 9-11amET on mixlr.com/wakeupcalldt & on the homepage of WakeUpCallDT.com from ANY Device! You can also Watch LIVE MON through FRI, 9-11amET on youtube.com/wakeupcalldt, facebook.com/wakeupcalldt, & facebook.com/LiveNowDT. Th…
 
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