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  1. The Nerds Who Haunted Themselves - And Why Not? Movie Fights Special #2 - Napoleon Dynamite | Podbean

    In which Stuart Mulrain referees John Tucker & Tom Stewart for another round of Movie Fights…

    This episode, Stuart is joined by John Tucker and Tom Stewart to discuss 2004’s indie hit (and arguably most divisive film) Napoleon Dynamite…



    Tom - Twitter @uramyx - That Comic Smell - The Comic Art Festival Podcast

    John- Website - Twitter @johntuckerart


    The Nerds Who Haunted Themselves: TWITTER | FACEBOOK

    Napoleon Dynamite: IMDb 

    Title Music - Storytelling Man by Ruth’s Curtain

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  2. Britain’s secret propaganda war

    How sex, jazz and ‘fake news’ were used to undermine the Nazis in World War Two

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  3. Thomas Middleditch and Ben Schwartz, episode #17 of Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend on Earwolf

    Actors, comedians, and improvisers Thomas Middleditch and Ben Schwartz feel both sizzlin’ and curious about being Conan O’Brien’s friends.

    Thomas and Ben sit down with Conan this week to talk about their two-man improvised show (plus Conan’s own improv history), playing off mistakes in the moment, performing at Carnegie Hall, and cross-theatrical integration.

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  4. Invincible? How Watford wiped floor with Liverpool | Yogi Pearson’s masterplan | Sarr the next Richarlison? | Why Man City are fighting UEFA | The Transfer Window on acast

    Kevin Affleck joins Duncan Castles and Ian McGarry to ‘bring you the news before it becomes news’ from the biggest clubs in world football. - Invincible? How Watford wiped floor with Liverpool - Yogi Pearson’s masterplan - Sarr the next Richarlison? - Why Man City are fighting UEFA - Will Premier League also sanction City? - Man Utd aided by VAR again - Wolves in the Champions League? - Hero + villain

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  5. Submerging markets: developing economies and covid-19 | The Intelligence on acast

    The pandemic is hitting emerging markets particularly hard, and the crisis is likely to widen the gap between the strongest and the weakest among them. Physical distancing is making life even harder for people with dementia, and their carers. And a few tips on learning a new language in lockdown. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here See for privacy and opt-out information.

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  6. Adam Schlesinger Tribute on Rolling Stone Music Now Podcast - Rolling Stone

    Music, Film, TV and Political News Coverage

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  7. Episode 20: Scotty’s DEVONthink Setup

    Sponsored by DEVONtechnologies, this special episode features Rose interviewing Scotty about how he has set up and is using DEVONthink in his workflow.

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  8. History of Motown Records - How Did Motown Start? - Rolling Stone

    Music, Film, TV and Political News Coverage

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  9. #158 The Case of the Missing Hit | Reply All

    A man in California is haunted by the memory of a pop song from his youth. He can remember the lyrics and the melody. But the song itself has vanished, completely scrubbed from the internet. PJ takes on the Super Tech Support case.

    Further Listening:Christian Lee Hutson’s music :

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  10. Podcast: The Frighteners (1996) and The Green Mile (1999) | Film Stories

    In the latest episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, two 90s movies, that faced very different challenges. The Frighteners wasn’t originally envisaged as a film. Wasn’t envisaged as a summer movie. And wasn’t envisaged as a film that followed an Oscar-nominated breakthrough movie. Yet, in each case, it was. The Green Mile, meanwhile, was a film …

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