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  • For over seven years, the biggest spirit brands in the world have been coming into our bars to teach whiskey, rum, tequila and mezcal enthusiasts about the drinks that they love. Now, we’re happy to bring that same level of knowledge and fun to you online as a podcast! Every Tuesday and Friday, Pedro Shanahan will be joined in front of a live audience by the people who know these alcohol brands the best, the ones who make it!

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    Special Thanks to ToneMesa - Where the Art of Film meets the Science of Sound - for their post production audio services.

  • Hello everyone! Welcome to our podcast where we discuss gospel principles that can be learned from literature and film. We are best friends who love books, movies, and Jesus and love to chat about them. Join us as we learn what has been revealed to others through the light of Christ.

    Share your thoughts with us!

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/godinallthingspodcast/

    Email: [email protected]

  • Certified Medical Esthetician, Functional Nutritionist, and Holistic Chef Katie Marshall shares with you her skincare secrets, skincare advice, and health and wellness tips.

  • Book 3 in the series of Arthurian legends - retold at an easy-to-read level for younger readers!
    Grown-Ups, want to listen to this audiobook in full with the whole family? Subscribe to Starglow Plus on Apple Podcasts at www.starglowmedia.com/subscribe

  • Actual Play Gothic Horror utilizing the systems: Monster of the Week, Little Fears: Nightmare Edition, GURPS, and more. Enjoy alternating long form campaigns, and short one-shots prepared to send a tingle up your spine. 

  • In the late 1940s, CBS chairman William S. Paley, a fan of the Philip Marlowe radio series, asked his programming chief, Hubell Robinson, to develop a hardboiled Western series, a show about a "Philip Marlowe of the Old West". Robinson instructed his West Coast CBS Vice President, Harry Ackerman, who had developed the Philip Marlowe series, to take on the task.Ackerman and his scriptwriters, Mort Fine and David Friedkin, created an audition script called "Mark Dillon Goes to Gouge Eye" based on one of their Michael Shayne radio scripts, "The Case of the Crooked Wheel" from the summer of 1948. Two versions were recorded. The first, recorded in June 1949, was very much like a hardboiled detective series and starred Michael Rye (credited as Rye Billsbury) as Dillon; the second, recorded in July 1949, starred Straight Arrow actor Howard Culver in a more Western, lighter version of the same script. CBS liked the Culver version better, and Ackerman was told to proceed.A complication arose, though; Culver's contract as the star of Straight Arrow would not allow him to do another Western series. The project was shelved for three years when producer Norman Macdonnell and writer John Meston discovered it while creating an adult Western series of their own.Macdonnell and Meston wanted to create a radio Western for adults, in contrast to the prevailing juvenile fare such as The Lone Ranger and The Cisco Kid. Gunsmoke was set in Dodge City, Kansas, during the thriving cattle days of the 1870s. Dunning notes, "The show drew critical acclaim for unprecedented realism."Radio cast and character biographiesThe radio series first aired on CBS on April 26, 1952, with the episode "Billy the Kid", written by Walter Newman, and ended on June 18, 1961. The show stars William Conrad as Marshal Matt Dillon, Howard McNear as Doc Charles Adams, Georgia Ellis as Kitty Russell, and Parley Baer as Dillon's assistant, Chester Wesley Proudfoot.

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  • Listen to Editor-in-Chief Michelle Lee and Allure beauty editors chat with influential voices in beauty, fashion, and entertainment to get tips, tricks, and plenty of beauty product recommendations. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • 【老七飯法】是由香港來的港仔Jacky Lau(綽號:老七)與台灣妹Ester共同主持,主要以法國的文化與飲食、高奢品牌翻譯經驗、留學生活為主,另有生活旅遊、藝文觀點和嘉賓訪談等內容。

    👨‍🎨主講人Jacky Lau
    - 擔任各大法國高奢品牌翻譯十年經驗
    - 香港、澳門舊生會主席(2011-2017)
    - 於法國École Nationale Supérieure d’Art Dijon取得Diplôme National Supérieur d'Expressions Plastiques (Félicitations du jury) 學位
    - 香港文化博物館導覽員培訓 : 畢卡索展、莫奈展、羅浮宮展
    - 法語公開檢定考試DELF考官

    節目監製 | JAS傑其樂藝術空間
    製作統籌 | Jacky Lau
    視覺設計 | Ariel、Aren
    社群宣傳 | Vicky、Ariel
    節目錄音、混音、剪輯 |Ester

    🎧 每月初一、十五固定更新


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  • 一盞黃燈、一邊耳機,在平凡的日子裡,讓我們一起用音樂點綴生活。
    # 給你右邊耳機,給我左邊耳機,分享的快樂只有你懂。
    # 口以投稿或想播ㄉ歌給me @shareyourmusic_666

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  • 兩個由細玩到大嘅90後香港女仔
    一個住喺澳洲 一個日本回流
    用廣東話9up 下日常開心傷心on9 搞笑點滴。
    為自己同聽眾創造一個safe space 去紀錄日常大小二便。


    IG: my.pen.is.blue_podcast

    BGM: Tokyo Night by Shigesano

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  • デザイナー&アーティスト。皆さんの心と体が癒されることを願って、癒し系ボイスで歌ったり話をしたりします。ときどき猫。暗闇にそっと照らす月の光のようでありたい。葉山→八ヶ岳の森暮らしユニット「maco+moco」でギター&ボーカルデザイン・アート・音楽・教育で、やさしいせかいをえがきますhttps://loveful-world.com/スタエフの歌姫もこさんとユニット「maco+moco」を組んで洋楽を中心に歌を歌っています。maco+moco Youtubeチャンネルhttps://youtube.com/channel/UCPh3YKwJMhqM_YEe_W4cYbg/Macフナミズ🍋(あんふぁに代表)HSP。デザインや教育に携わりながら、人々が生きるために必要な「心のあり方」を追求してきました。私自身過去にパートナーを亡くして心の病に苦しみ、精神性の重要性を痛感しました。その経験から内観を始めて覚醒。自分が今を生きることが何よりも大切だと気づき、音声配信や音楽活動、アート作品の制作、書籍執筆など、様々な方法で『癒し』をテーマに「やさしいせかいのえがきかた」というプロジェクトの活動をしています。私の人生経験が、あなたの心に寄り添う何かを提供できれば、それが私にとっての最高の喜びです。https://mac-fun.fensi.plus/a/blink/#寝落ち #デザイン #デザイナー #八ヶ岳 #起業 #眠くなる #眠り #優しさ #愛 #死別 #悲しみ #遺族 #落ち込みから復活 #寝る前に聞きたい #眠りにつく前 #睡眠用 #睡眠導入ボイス #寝る前に聴きたい #夜寝る前に聞きたい #癒しの時間 #癒し #心の癒し #やさしい気持ち #やさしい世界 #優しい世界 #マインドフルネス #ギター #ギタレレ #イケボ #森林浴 #å±± #スリープナビゲーター#HSP #鬱 #うつ病 #大和心 #やまと心 #やまとごころ #ヒーラー #ヒーリング

  • UI design is the process of creating interfaces with a focus on the surface, the looks, and style, while UX design covers the entire experience a user has with a website or app (of which the UI is just one part)

  • A chance to bring food, culture, backgrounds, heritage and folklore all together and combine it with Ranie's unique food style. A podcast designed to help us bridge the cultural gaps and bring communities together, from across the globe.

    Street food has been a way to bring communities together for 1000's of years. In todays moderns world, we can see dishes that have stood the test of time, whilst bridging gaps in society, that our politicians haven't. Street food and food history is a quagmire of intricate details, that Ranie is going to explore with you...

    First stop...Listen to find out!!

  • Jason & Myles are coffee addicted dads that take you to the best coffee shops, introduce you to the incredible people in the coffee world and tell you the must-have drinks to order. Grab a cup and find out what it really takes to get the best cup of coffee and how to stay sane (or go insane) as dads!