Society And Culture Podcasts
Ginny Tonic and Charlie are passionate about exploring the unexpected and delightful world of alcohol. They want to take you with them on their journey to understand, create, mix, and drink everything this world has to offer. Every episode of The Charlie Tonic Hour will bring you closer to the people, places, history, culture, and science that created the drinks we all know and love. Through their discussion, interviews, recipes, and reviews the podcast will never fail to educate and inspire.
By Ginny Tonic and Charlie
From Chris Moore, cohost of the Barbell Shrugged podcast, "Barbell Buddha" is a personal, honest, unfiltered exchange of ideas. Whether you're interested in training, philosophy, coffee, drugs, relationship advice, perspective, inspiration, whatever, this show delivers what you're looking for.
By Chris Moore
Join Steve and Mark twice a month as they discuss all the news and rumours from Disneyland Paris, with lots of feedback from listeners, questions to answer and guests to interview. It's your one stop podcast for EVERYTHING Disneyland Paris.
By Steve Riley
Bunked is a podcast written by and starring Dustin Knouse. It’s goal is to bring truth to popular myths that affect people’s day to day lives. Most fears we have developed in our society are based on half truths or even out and out lies. Dustin will take on popular memes, wise tales, and even information given by “professionals” bringing you nothing but the facts. BUT.... Don’t take his word for it. Research it yourself.
By Dustin Knouse
Have you had it with politics-as-usual? Are you curious about why the vague notion of "public interest" is constantly forwarded by those who want to control you and your property? Do you yearn for a day when you are respected as an individual? Do you want to learn about the implications of self-ownership? Do you desire to live in a brilliantly better future? A dangerous myth perpetuates our political plight in America - the belief that we are free. In fact, scores of unjust laws violate our individual rights daily. We are taxed, regulated, and forced to fund governmentally monopolized services, and if we attempt to defend ourselves from any of these infringements, we are fined, arrested, punished, or even destroyed. We are no longer subjects to the King, but are we veritable slaves to the State? Most of us are afraid to answer this question, because it's easier to conform and pretend that the myth of our freedom is true. But living in fear and being obedient aren't the essence of the American spirit - embracing liberty is. Complete Liberty Podcast explains not only the sundry ills of statism, but also why political freedom is so important - and how we, as Americans, can achieve it. Visit the website of the book at www.completeliberty.com.
By Wes Bertrand
(Formerly The Marketplace of Ideas.) A world-traveling interview show where Colin Marshall sits down for in-depth conversations with cultural creators, internationalists, and observers of the urban scene about the work they do and the world cities they do it in, from Los Angeles to Osaka to Mexico City to London to Seoul and beyond.
By Colin Marshall