Podcasts

Omicron’s Wrath – The Voice of San Diego

The temporary bridge shelter of the Alpha project in Barrio Logan. / Photo by Adriana Heldiz At the dawn of the new year, omicron is unleashed. The latest variant of the super contagious coronavirus has been fueled by the holidays and is now hampering everyday life – and San Diego …

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No Huddle Podcast: Can the 49ers take care of business and sign their ticket to the play-offs?

Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports Al and Zain examine the Week 18 game against the Los Angeles Rams and the San Francisco 49ers’ chances of securing a playoff berth. More: Trey Lance’s performances and future The big three of the 49ers in attack DeMeco Ryan share on the rise High School …

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PODCAST: Colts podcast reveals why Indianapolis Colts lost to Las Vegas Raiders

The Indianapolis Colts prepared very well for Sunday’s game. After big wins over the New England Patriots and Arizona Cardinals, the Colts have placed themselves safely in the playoff table and prepared to claim the AFC’s fifth seed. However, the Las Vegas Raiders entered Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday and …

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Instant recap podcast: record-breaking performances lead Buckeyes to Rose Bowl victory

After some struggles in the first half, the Ohio State offense exploded behind two record performances to beat Utah 48-45 at the Rose Bowl. The Buckeyes end their season with a strong defensive half and a lot of confidence in the young r Listen to the episode and subscribe: Subscribe: …

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Buck Off Podcast: Rose Bowl Preview, CFP Forecast, Why We’re Angry With Kevin Wilson

Listen to the episode and subscribe: Subscribe: RSS | Apple | Spotify | Stapler | Google podcasts | iHeart Radio In today’s episode of “Buck Off with Christopher Renne,” I am joined, as always, by Jordan williams to discuss the Ohio State Rose Bowl game against the Utah Utes. We …

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Gilmore Girls: 9 Podcasts Fans Should Listen To

The original town of Stars Hollow is home to everyone’s favorite characters on Gilmore Girls. It’s a city that has good times inside Luke’s Diner, tasty meals at the Dragonfly Inn, and everything a person could possibly need at Doose’s Market. Part of the reason fans are revisiting Gilmore Girls …

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A look back at the 2021 all-around competition: the 10 best podcasts

Dec 26 2021 A look back at the 2021 all-around competition: the 10 best podcasts USEA / Leslie Mintz Photo. It doesn’t matter if you’re cleaning a booth, taking a long commute to an event, or just need something to listen to while you work, the USEA Podcast is your …

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“Podcast films”? Feature-length fiction stretches the medium

What do you call a podcast that features a single fictional story in 90 minutes? It might look like a movie, but it clearly isn’t. It is reminiscent of the mid-century radio drama but involves no radio. “You could say ‘feature film podcasts‘, but that sounds boring,” said Chris Corcoran, …

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The best foreign policy podcast episodes of 2021

Foreign police Last year’s podcasts touched on some of the world’s biggest issues, but one issue, climate change, has come up several times. It has resurfaced in discussions of diplomacy and debates on the economy. This was the first issue we touched on in our podcast on how to build …

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Support podcasts like Bent By Nature and Music Discovery

By Myke Dodge Weiskopf 20 December 2021 Salvation, It was December 1982 when Deirdre O’Donoghue made her debut in “SNAP!” on KCRW. The playlist reflected the avant-garde music of the time: Soft Cell, Grace Jones, Lene Lovich, Pigbag, Depeche Mode and many more. Over the next decade, Deirdre’s show became …

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