Society And Culture Podcasts
"RIDDLE: The Podcast" accompanies the Fox Nation special, "Riddle: The Search for James R. Hoffa." In the podcast series, Fox News Anchor and Senior Correspondent Eric Shawn takes you behind the scenes of his investigation of the disappearance of the iconic labor leader, Jimmy R. Hoffa, who vanished in 1975. The podcast interviews are with people involved in the case or who have extensive knowledge of it: Former Philadelphia Mob Boss Ralph Natale, "I Heard You Paint Houses" author Charlie Brandt, Pulitzer Prize winning former Detroit Free Press reporter David Ashenfelter, "Hoffa Wars" author and investigative journalist Dan Moldea, "The Quiet Don" author Matt Birkbeck, former Fox News producer Ed Barnes, former I.R.S. special agent Melvin Gudknecht, Father Jonathan Morris, and Fox News cameraman Scott Wilder, among others.
By FOX News Radio
A hilariously candid convo between 2 of your favorite church kids. Join Martin & McBride as they provide a fresh perspective on everything from the sacred to the ratchet... From prayer to pop culture and all points in between. You most definitely can sit with them. Pull up to The Let Outt!
By The Let Outt
Host Blake Guichet is a wife, mom, friend, business owner, and yes, a Crappy Christian. The podcast runs the gambit on topics, but the foundation is to talk about our weaknesses AND the things we're really great at in order to point people back to Christ. Confessions of a Crappy Christian is all about peoples' stories, boasting in our weaknesses and how Christ's power is made perfect in those moments.
By Blake Guichet
The Pass Time Podcast features hosts Teo & Dre as they help listeners get through the most boring parts of their day! Whether that's commuting to work, sitting in a waiting room, or just enjoying a nice day outside with a pair of headphones on, Teo & Dre discuss a variety of pastimes from sports to music to movies, and more!
By The Pass Time Podcast
Cities and Memory is a global collaborative sound project that presents field recordings of the world, but also reimagined, recomposed versions of those recordings - remixing the world, one sound at a time. What you'll hear in the podcast are our latest sounds - either a field recording from somewhere in the world, or a remixed new composition based solely on the sounds of the world. Each podcast description tells you more about what you're hearing, and where it came from. There are currently almost 2,500 sounds featured on our sound map, spread over more than 85 countries. The sounds cover parts of the world as diverse as the hubbub of San Francisco’s main station, traditional fishing women’s songs in Lake Turkana, the sound of computer data centres in Birmingham, spiritual temple chanting in New Taipei City or the hum of the vaporetto engines in Venice. You can explore the project in full at www.citiesandmemory.com
By Cities and Memory