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  1. Penultimate | JUST ONE MORE THING

    In this next-to-last edition of the podcast, Jon and RJ list their top and bottom five Columbo episodes, talk about favorite performances and answer lots of your listener questions, along with a bunch of other talk about the program. And yes- a bunch came in after this was recorded! Don’t worry- they’ll go through them and cover what they can during the George Wendt Episode. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS

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  2. Episode 15 – James Bond 007 RPG | The GROGNARD Files

    Download Episode INTRO This time we are looking at James Bond 007, a game we didn’t play back in the day, but the GROGSQUAD suggested that we should give it the once over. We had a great review from Mike Hobbs from Meeples and Miniatures POTTED HISTORY 03:43 This is the story of Chris Klug realising…

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  3. The Moth | Podcast | The Alpha Wolf: Elizabeth Gilbert

    On this episode, writer Elizabeth Gilbert shares her struggle in dealing with her partner’s terminal illness and what it taught her about living. 

    Click here to download the full episode on iTunes.


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  4. Dr. Barrington Walker | Dark Perils

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    Dr. Barrington Walker - Public Lecture - May 10, 2017

    H. Sanford Riley Fellowship in Canadian History

    On May 10, 2017 Dr. Barrington Walker gave a Public talk called "Dark Peril: Blacks and Social Order in North America’s Urban Landscape"

    Dr. Barrington Walker  is an historian of Modern Canada who focuses on the histories of Blacks, race immigration and the law.  His work seeks to illuminate the contours of Canadian modernity by exploring Canada’s emergence as racial state through its histories of white supremacy, slavery, colonization/immigration, segregation and Jim Crowism. Much of his work considers how these practices were legitimized, and in some instances contested, by the rule of law and legal institutions.

    For an audio link to the lecture click here.

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  5. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Her First Weeks in Washington

    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joins Ryan Grim and Briahna Joy Gray for an in-depth conversation about her new life on Capitol Hill.

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  6. Kobo Writing Life Podcast: KWL EP 134 - Ben Macintyre

    In this episode we bring you a Kobo in Conversation with author Ben Macintyre about his latest book, The Spy and the Traitor. Ben was interviewed by the Globe and Mail’s Doug Saunders where they discuss the spy Oleg Gordievsky, the Russian whose secret work helped hasten the end of the Cold War.

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  7. Jo VanEvery “Don’t Do Your Best”

    Jo VanEvery "Don’t Do Your Best"

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  8. WATM Podcast

    Patreon is empowering a new generation of creators.

    Support and engage with artists and creators as they live out their passions!

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  9. 68. Karen Twelves - The One Shot Podcast

    Gamer, editor, and improv performer Karen Twelves joins us for a talk about performance, play, and the importance of trust. Karen’s Website Karen on Twitter Improv for Gamers will be out this November! Improv for Gamers on Twitter Syntax & Semicolons: An Interview With Karen Twelves (Karen also copyedited Star Crossed: The Two Player Game…

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  10. The Hammer of Witches (Malleus Maleficarum) – PDT3K – Women’s History

    So Roman tech was pretty surprising, but still more surprising is that all that was developed centuries earlier in the Hellenistic period. What’s up with that? Today we explore the developmen…

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