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Mal's nominated his mate Tracy as this week's wind up, so Jono gets on his case about his hunting dogs not being chipped. Will they be impounded or will Tracey pound Jono?
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Are Artificial Sweeteners Really Bad For You?
Dr. Sophia Yin opens the new podcast season with a discussion of her new book "Perfect Puppy in Seven Days."
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Dave is aching to try his neighbour Ted Anderson's new, expensive racing bike. Determined to discover the joys of riding an Italian racing bike, Dave hoists himself onto Ted's treasured Pinarello - even though it is strapped to the roof of Ted's car.
To celebrate their wedding anniversary, Dave plans a re-enactment of his honeymoon with Morley—a canoe trip in Algonquin Park.
Join host Stuart McLean and special musical guest Royal Wood from Bracebridge, Ontario. On a trip home to Big Narrows, Dave tells Sam about his father Charlie, their fishing adventures and how Charlie taught young Dave about the magic of a dried cod's head. Originally broadcast: May 16th, 2009
Justin Abraham speaks on his 10 year journey to engage in a heavenly dimension that shapes world events. Recorded at Spirit School in Wales this is an invitation to hold the conductors baton. For more on Justin visit - www.companyofburninghearts.com. For more on the wonderful John Sandford who pioneered so much for this generation visit - www.elijahhouse.org. The music at the end is from United Pursuit Band / Iris Ministries available on iTunes. Bless you!
Musical variety show filmed at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, New York City featuring a cast of popular African-American performers: Willie Bryant, Freddie Robinson, Lionel Hampton, Count Basie, Faye Adams, Bill Bailey, Herb Jeffries, Amos Milburn, Sarah Vaughan, Nipsey Russell, Big Joe Turner, Martha Davis, Little Buck, Nat 'King' Cole, Mantan Moreland, Cab Calloway and Ruth Brown. Produced in 1955, this could be the first 'Showtime at the Apollo'.
The 1973 Talladega 500 from Talladega Super Speedway.
I’m Working Through Some Things
Martin Luther King Jr. did far more than just inspire us with his famous speech "I Have a Dream".
Martian Landscape episode #3 is chock full of great obscurities from Rocket From The Crypt, Screw 32, The Sonics, The Move, Sweet, Aerosmith, Montrose, UFO, Rush, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Beastie Boys, Accept, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Motörhead, T.Rex, Black Sabbath, Soundgarden, DEVO, and much more! Set themes for this edition of the Martian Landscape you ask? Psychosis, Space, 90's Lo-Fi, Running Wild, and one for the girls.... This episode is guaranteed goodness!!