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Neil takes you with him on an unforgettable journey, from your front door to the history beneath our feet - walking in the footsteps of our ancestors to discover what made them tick and how they made us who we are today. For new Vodcast every week check out Neil Oliver on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/neiloliver The series Instagram account – Neil Oliver Love Letter And send any questions to – neiloliverpodcast@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Talkin' Isles is the official interview podcast of the New York Islanders. Join Radio Color Commentator Greg Picker and NewYorkIslanders.com Web Content Manager Cory Wright, as they welcome special guests, alumni, broadcasters and chat about all things involving the New York Islanders.
 
The world renowned art historian, physicist and former financial advisor to the Ford Administration, Saltine, has been kicked out of her apartment in Provincetown and sent away to Eggs Isle, where all the other rejects end up. With nothing much else to do, Saltine takes an icy dip into the past reading from her memoirs, and you get to meet a resident of Eggs Isle, through questions from the live audience at Camp Provincetown. Wednesday nights at 7PM.
 
Ireland is full of cottages and castles and cathedrals and pubs. But it so much more than that. Erin's Isle takes you beyond the shillelaghs and the shamrocks in stories that will make you feel like you are there. Plus, you'll get to know the real people who live here and both the authentic and the offbeat you won't want to miss when you travel here yourself.
 
Dean Isle "Tales" is the official podcast of Dean Isle. Dean will bring you the most awesome tracks in the electronic music scene blended with his own music. Dean Isle is the alias that Francesco Danesi uses for his productions; he's a DJ and producer from Bergamo (Italy). Keep following him! >Twitter: https://twitter.com/DeanIsle_37 >Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/deanislemusic?ref=hl >Website: www.deanisle.com
 
'Here, among the hosts of ladies who write with care and inelegance, comes a woman artist. An Isle in the Water is a collection of fifteen well-conceived and excellently-finished Irish stories, for which it would be hard to find anything to say but praise. They are all extremely short for the force of their effect, and every touch tells; they are gracefully phrased without an appearance of artifice, subtly expressed without a suspicion of affectation.' -- Saturday Review, 1897
 
The Crumbling Keep crew plays Dungeons and Dragons set in the Isles of Samsarras. The demons who created the world haven't relinquished their control over it, and its up to our heroes to stand against the rising tide of darkness. The Isles of Samsarras is edited in the style of an audio drama, putting the story first. We leave you with more action and character and less rules and butt jokes.
 
Paolo Gaffurini, Davide Lombardi, Lorenzo Gei, Alessandro Ferrari e Luca Minelli sono 5 colleghi di lavoro di Brescia, appassionati di trekking. L'anno scorso il primo piccolo trekking in cammino in Corsica. Quest'anno è la volta del Galles. 4 giorni su Anglesey Coastal path, un'isola poco conosciuta, senza grandi centri abitati. Le tappe sono: Beamuris, Moelfre (circa 29 km). Moelfre,Cemaes (32 km). Cemaes, Holyhead (39 km). Holyhead, Four miles bridge (31 km). Partenza da Orio al serio con ...
 
有意思的英语单词起源 We focus on the origin of interesting words, idioms, and slang, science and technology...bilingual (Chinese and English) by Lewis Sandler, former lawyer and professor in Beijing, China since 1993 and now (11/19) in Presque Isle, Maine, interviewing ordinary people leading ordinary lives. Welcome to view my other websites listed on the right side of this page.
 
LISTEN TO JOHN'S NEW INTERVIEWS ON YOUTUBE! (https://iwradio.co.uk/john-hannam-meets)Through his contacts, personal friendships with stars and credibility within the industry he regularly attracts stars who do not normally do local radio interviews. On John Hannam Meets his past guests have included Charlton Heston, John Mills, Prince Edward, Cliff Richard, Martha Reeves, Victoria Wood, Ken Dodd, Bruce Forsyth, Alan Rickman, Twiggy, Jeremy Irons, Michael Winner and numerous soap stars.
 
We are the story tellers, the keepers of those ancient wisdoms that are shared through inspiration and meditation in those most sacred of places. Britain has always been considered a magical place, steeped in history and mythology that goes back to before written records were kept. This country has always been known for its link to those other domains that are shrouded in mist and sorcery, never easily found but always felt and known about. The Isle of Wight is the home of the ancient gods, ...
 
TriniInXisle (Trini's in Exile) was a creative idea born in 1994 but finally realized in 2012. TriniInXisle was founded to promote Trinbago culture, connect Trini's living aboard in an effort to share Trinbago culture beyond the Caribbean diasporas in your local communities. Carnival is Trinidad's most famous export; but TriniInXisle's mission is to speak to the culture of our people, the diversity of our traditions and the milieu of culinary options the islands offer.
 
Geology is the scientific study of the Earth, its origin, structure, processes and composition. This album is mainly concerned with the interpretation of geological maps and the relationship between the landscape and underlying rocks. The Open University's Dr Iain Gilmour talks us through the geological landforms of Dorset and the Isle of Skye, using geological maps and actual footage of the locations to illustrate his points. This material forms part of The Open University course S260 Geology.
 
A full, frank and funny guide to all things Isle of Wight. We are two young(ish) entrepreneur types who love living on the Isle of Wight, spending time at local events and enjoying all of the great attractions. We take all there is to do on the Island (and there is a lot) and we review it for you. Lots of great information about where to go, where to stay, what to eat and all the insider tips that will help make your visit or day out on the Island great. The Isle of Wight is fast becoming th ...
 
In his book, On the Shores of Politics, Jacques Ranciere argues that the Western Platonic project of utopian politics has been based upon 'an anti-maritime polemic'. The treacherous boundaries of the political are imagined as island shores, riverbanks, and abysses. Its enemies are the mutinous waves and the drunken sailor. 'In order to save politics', writes Ranciere, 'it must be pulled aground among the shepherds'. And yet, as Ranciere points out, this always entails the paradox that to fou ...
 
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That Allen Arnold... he's got some stories to tell... and let me tell you... he's what we call one of them there LIFE speakers: That is, every time he opens his mouth, there's a whole lotta life, a whole lotta profound truth and hard core encouragement going on... And yes, we do talk about his new book, "Waves of Creativity", but I'm just saying...…
 
This time round we ask and answer another ten questions for THREE WHOLE HOURS. How did we do it? With plenty of help from you fine folk. Emily and I make up our own Westerosi newspaper headlines, discuss the future of the far south, tick off a list, and laugh a whole bunch! Specifically, today's questions are: - Name a Westerosi headline we could s…
 
In this episode Neil takes us to age simmering with the steadily building heat of technological change and advance. We stride across a landscape of great beauty, full of the things needed to kick start a profound transformation; the natural energy of powerful rivers, land rich with minerals, coal and iron ore. Here in Coalbrookdale, in Shropshire a…
 
In this episode Neil takes us to the top of one of Scotland’s most beautiful mountains – Schiehallion in Perthshire. Following in the footsteps of Isaac Newton and a group of intrepid C18th scientists we set off to the wonderful wilds of Rannoch moor to measure the weight of the world. To help support this podcast and get exclusive access to new vi…
 
Greg and Cory are joined by former Islanders goaltender and New Jersey Devils radio commentator Glenn "Chico" Resch on episode seven. Chico talks about visiting Nassau Coliseum for the last time (2:55), his excitement for UBS Arena (6:55), his path to the NHL (9:32), how he got the nickname Chico (19:55), his relationship and partnership with Billy…
 
In this episode Neil climbs the hill to the Royal Observatory and finds himself at the centre of time & place. Henry VIII’s hunting lodge where he kept his mistress of the moment once stood here. Then in 1675 Christopher Wren was commissioned to build the Royal Observatory in this spot, a building that stood at the forefront of astronomy and mappin…
 
Today I go head-to-head against ASOIAF sporcle. Using the trusty ole 'random' button, I try to beat the average score for four quizzes in a row. Finish below the average? Back to the beginning! No prisoners are taken in a Sporcle Spectacular. So get ready to shout out loads of clearly obvious answers that I forget in my haste to forge. That will in…
 
In this podcast Neil enters a city fizzing with new idea. In the late C18th and early C19th Edinburgh was the beating heart at the centre of what many people have called the Scottish Enlightenment. The intellectual thinking generated here was recognised around the world with men and women of genius said to be on every street with new ways of thinki…
 
Thus, the journey is complete! We return to the beginning as we head back to the Battle of Fire and a Meereen on the edge! This time it's through the eyes of everyone's favourite delusional moron: Victarion! And this time he's a moron with a plan. Two in fact. One for battle, one for something altogether more...fiery. And flappy. Aboard the Iron Vi…
 
Greg and Cory are joined by Islanders radio play-by-play voice - and Greg's partner - Chris King on episode six. Kinger talks about becoming a fan in 1972 (2:30), sneaking into a game at Nassau Coliseum (14:30), getting into broadcasting (20:50), transitioning from software engineering to Isles radio (23:10), Kinger's radio influences (29:25), call…
 
Kathleen L. Maher returns to the Isle to talk about her new book, No Man's Daughter, the latest in her Sons of the Shenandoah (Civil War era) series. As usual, the discussion is deep, ranging from the deep truths contained in the beauty of nature to the true nature of strength... and of course, the Stupid Game is spot on, with a tour of the best de…
 
This week we’re setting sail on a legendary voyage of exploration with the greatest navigator ever to come out of the British Isles - Captain James Cook. We follow James from the beginning of his adventure, when he leaves his job as a grocers lad in Staithes and travels to the hauntingly beautiful port of Whitby to pursue his dreams of a life a sea…
 
Emily and I are back for another 10 questions, and it's our biggest episodes yet. We've got secret plots, we've got hoped-for vengeance, the crumbling of the Wall (or not), and dead (or not) POVs! Specifically, today's questions include: - What will happen in the Winds prologue? - Will the Wall be down by the end of the book? - What will be the dif…
 
In this podcast, it’s 1745 and we’re walking along the cobbled streets of a busy, bustling fishing port, off to buy groceries from a young lad named James Cook. Staring out at the sea every day from his shop window in Staithes, North Yorkshire the teenage grocers boy, James Cook, dreamt of future that would take him around the world. Staithes is a …
 
Back to the snow, back to the war, back to the north! Finally, after so long we return to our search for answers in the camp of Stannis Baratheon. How will his army survive? How will the battle for Winterfell continue? What was the aftermath of Theon appearing out of the snow at the end of Dance? Finally, we get answers via our wall/chain-mounted T…
 
Just discussing finding your crew! Also here's the links I talked about: https://princeofnothingblogs.wordpress.com/2021/05/29/introducing-the-princeofnothingpresents-no-artpunk-contest/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwvHcWvpibM&t=5036s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Poc-h_HK9cY&t=4528s Thanks for listening!…
 
Talkin' Isles catches up with two-time Super Bowl champion, ESPN analyst and Islanders superfan Damien Woody. Greg and Cory talk to Damien about how he became an Islanders fan and his first Coliseum experience (2:20), the NY Jets presence at Islanders playoff games (7:10), the NHL returning to ESPN (10:15), wearing his Isles jersey on SportsCenter …
 
In this podcast I’m taking you to a place that’s part of my ‘origin myth’, it’s a location that witnessed a bloody and brutal battle which is famous around the world. As a wee lad, it was here, that I discovered many of my ancestors from Clan Cameron were killed and buried. This realisation clicked a switch in my young brain and I realised that if …
 
These days it's MUCH easier to play it safe and avoid people we disagree with completely... but is that reeeeallly the safest thing? Pastor Stephon Henderson is back on the Isle with a delightful and insightful conversation about risky conversations, and how to proceed with caution and wisdom.על ידי Nancy Carmichael
 
Welcome back to game time! After a long ole gap from this type of episode we continue welcoming Emily to the Isle by having some fun with the gigantic quiz sight known as Sporcle! Our mission this time round? Be given an opening sentence from A Storm of Swords and then guess which POV it belongs to! Simple, you say? Well, you just wait. Or better y…
 
Thunderbolts. Lightning. Very very...well you know the rest. Actually, there's no thunderbolts or lightning in this chapter but there may as well be as we enter perhaps the darkest chapter in all ASOIAF. Down in the depths of shadow we reunite with Aeron as he undergoes...quite a bit. Ancient trauma, physical torture, questions that you think bend …
 
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