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Trusted Catholic news from Rome - Sponsored by the Word on Fire Institute. The John Allen Show is a bi-weekly podcast discussing news from the Vatican, as well as national and international Church affairs. New episodes will be posted every other Wednesday. John Allen Jr. is the editor of Crux, the leading Catholic news source, and is the Fellow of Church and Media at the Word on Fire Institute.
 
Overdue is a podcast about the books you've been meaning to read. Join Andrew and Craig each week as they tackle a new title from their backlog. Classic literature, obscure plays, goofy childen’s books: they'll read it all, one overdue book at a time.
 
Writer-director John Turturro talks about his new film, Fading Gigolo, a comedy about two best friends—the romantic Fioravante (Turturro) and the scheming Murray (Woody Allen)—who enter into the world’s oldest profession to get out of debt. The film is a funny and moving look at people’s endless attempts to find happiness through love and sex.
 
Join host John Moe (The Hilarious World of Depression) for honest, relatable, and, yes, sometimes funny conversations about mental health. Hear from comedians, musicians, authors, actors, and other top names in entertainment and the arts about living with depression, anxiety, and many other common disorders. Find out what they’ve done to address it, what worked, and what didn’t. Depresh Mode also features useful insights on mental health issues with experts in the field. It’s honest talk fro ...
 
A mind moving journey through the best mix of Dance Music from around the world Recorded Live........ Highly influenced by the global sounds of Dj's and Producers including Deadmau5, Armin Van Buuren, Gabriel & Dresden, Tiesto, Armand Van Helden, Erick Morillo, Roger Sanchez, David Guetta, Sasha & Digweed, Laidback Luke, Paul Van Dyke, Ferry Corsten, Josh Wink, Fedde Le Grand, Sander Kleinenberg, LTJ Bukem, Delerium, Bad Boy Bill, Junkie XL, Steve Angello, Trentemoller, Underworld, Above & B ...
 
Welcome to Undone Redone, the podcast that talks the messiness of life…addiction and infidelity…grace and reconciliation…marriage and family…authenticity and faith. Tray and Mel know a thing or two about messy and who are thrilled that their divorce did not work out after being apart for six years!
 
John Mayall, el patriarca del blues inglés, creó las bases para el desarrollo de numerosos grupos, llenos de talento, en los años sesenta. En la práctica, gracias a él se formaron los núcleos creativos de Cream, Fleetwood Mac, Colosseum, con músicos procedentes de las varias formaciones de Bluesbreakers de Mayall, gente, en suma, que ha marcado (o marca) la historia del rock en todo el mundo. Nacido en Macclesfield, Cheshire, el 29 de noviembre de 1933, John Mayall creció en Bramhall, un sub ...
 
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We caught Anthony at the end of a good week. He’d ridden a double on the Gold Coast the day before, and a winner at Eagle Farm the previous Wednesday. As Incentivise’s original rider he was a keen observer when the rising star won Saturday’s Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington. He watched on a TV monitor in the mounting yard at Aquis Park. Anthony giv…
 
When we notice the first phrase found in verses 1 and 27, says to His Disciples, “Let not your heart be troubled...” Those six simple words offered hope to our Lord’s disciples in a hopeless hour. Were their hearts troubled? Certainly! Jesus has just told them of His impending death, 13:31-33; they had just learned that one of their number is going…
 
Racing fans have been pleased to see Glyn Schofield’s presence at three recent barrier trial sessions at Rosehill. Until his resumption in late August the veteran jockey hadn’t been seen since Boxing Day of last year. He reveals that a painful problem with his right arm required extensive surgery and a lengthy rehabilitation. Glyn takes us back to …
 
It's time to solve the mystery of the Boxcar Children! (Or is it The Box-Car Children?) Warner's novel about a quartet of self-sufficient kiddos underwent a major revision 20 years after its debut AND it spawned dozens of mystery-focused sequels despite there not really being a mystery in the original. Tune in to hear about our own secret hideouts …
 
We’ve all seen screen portrayals of people with mental illnesses and we’ve all seen ones that miss the mark pretty badly. Someone has a vague sense of “crazy” about them so they turn into an evil sadist. A motel manager in the rather broadly titled film “Psycho” dresses up as his dead mother and murders a guest in the shower. Or someone just hammin…
 
Have you ever been misunderstood? Have you ever been misrepresented? Has anyone ever taken your words and motives and twisted them around and used them against you? If you live long enough in this world you are going to face that kind of a personal attack. The earthly ministry of the Lord Jesus was surrounded by constant controversy. Nearly everyon…
 
This week, John’s getting you up-to-date with the latest delays for Dying Light 2 and Battlefield 2042. Plus, we’ve got new game announcements, about-damn-time Switch features, the latest Activision-Blizzard updates and more. We’ll also give you a look at the wild week of releases ahead. You’re welcome. Más Fanbyte: Fanbyte Podcast Network (We have…
 
Great to catch up with respected Scone trainer Rod Northam who’s hoping a slot holder might come along for his Kosciuszko hopeful Spiranac. Rod has high praise for the Scone training precinct. He takes us back to childhood days on a Singleton dairy farm where he taught himself to ride. Rod talks of the genetic influence provided by his father and g…
 
This week, we dive way into Sony’s showcase with new God of War: Ragnarok footage, the shocking return of Knights of the Old Republic, and a great conversation with Mike Williams and Steven Strom about Insomniac’s growing Marvel Universe. Más Fanbyte: Fanbyte Podcast Network (We have other channels with equally incredible shows. We promise.) Follow…
 
Craig and Andrew said they would record the podcast themselves. This very modern episode about a very modern novel discusses Woolf's signature writing style, the regrets of a postwar British people, and when (or where) you might find yourself Thinking Big. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. Advertise on Overdue See omnystudio.com/listen…
 
Therapy isn’t about hating your mother. It’s not about crying over something that happened when you were six and then dwelling on it for the rest of your life. And the difficulty or trauma you faced back then is not something you can simply “get over” or “move past”. Good therapy is much more like what Jackie Kashian did, as she describes in this e…
 
The prophet Amos prophesied during the final days of the Northern Kingdom of Israel. It was a time of great military power. It was a time of great economic prosperity. It was a time of peace, joy and happiness for most of the people. Amos comes to them with a message of condemnation. His message to them is one of judgment and condemnation. His mess…
 
Twenty five years ago I described Paul Ambrosoli as the best greyhound commentator in the world. To date nobody has taken me to task. I’m delighted to welcome him to the podcast. The legendary caller begins by paying tribute to his late wife Pat. Paul acknowledges the achievements of his granddaughter Claire Lever now married to jockey Chad Lever a…
 
Ada Palmer's Too Like the Lightning is mostly concerned with big historical questions like "what if nationality had nothing to do with geography" and "what if a boy could make toys come to life," but it also deals with things like "what if noticing gender were a fetish" and "what if all the world's leaders were secretly slamming each other." Our th…
 
COVID has been traumatic for young people. For a year and a half now, it’s either been impossible to go to school or the place that they go to doesn’t match what they used to know as school. The virus may have caused severe illness or death in their families. It’s a frightening time for all of us and especially so among the youngest and most vulner…
 
This week, John discusses the best games of the year so far with Niki Grayson, the Halo Infinite saga, and what else to expect for the rest of the year. Also, Horizon Forbidden West's bonkers upgrade model, Sony's upcoming PlayStation showcase, and Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl's full roster. Más Fanbyte: Fanbyte Podcast Network (We have other channel…
 
These were exciting times for the people of Israel. They had defeated their enemies and claimed the promised land. Each of the tribes had received their inheritance and now they could settle down and enjoy life a little. It was a time of hope, prosperity and blessings. It was also a very dangerous time for these people! There was the danger that th…
 
Everybody get up it's time to read now. We got a podcast goin' now. Welcome to the Space Jam! Join us as we talk about a storybook edition of the 1996 cartoon basketball commercial Space Jam, starring Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Great to catch up with a little bloke of Italian descent who began his career with the late Ray Guy at Rosehill 35 years ago. Five years ago he was still living in Sydney and travelling to the western districts most weeks. In 2016 he moved to Mudgee and is now one of the most in demand jockeys on the western line. He looks back on the reasons for t…
 
Great to catch up with trainer Noel Mayfield-Smith who recently pulled up stakes and relocated from Hawkesbury to sunny Coffs Harbour. He explains why he settled on the north coast. Noel talks of his new association with “Stable Of Stars”, a syndication company which offers horses for lease rather than sale. The trainer explains the concept. The tr…
 
After 488 episodes, we finally return to ol' Johnny Steinbeck. East of Eden mixes autobiography, pastoral fiction, and Biblical allegory -- a cocktail that has dismayed critics and excited audiences for decades. We dig into what works in this sprawling story and what might leave some readers wanting more. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerang…
 
When we asked Dr. Darshan Mehta, Medical Director of the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine in Boston and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, about the image problem that meditation had, he knew exactly what we were talking about. As he points out, when media outlets write about meditation, it tends to be accomp…
 
Catch up on all of last week’s updates like new Elden Ring details, all of the latest news out of Gamescom like new Forza Horizon 5 gameplay that our producer Paul got a chance to see and talk to Playground Games about. Plus, John gives you a look at the week ahead. You’re welcome. Listen to our 12 Minutes Spoilercast! Más Fanbyte: Fanbyte Podcast …
 
Michael was in the broadcast box at Los Alamitos when we caught up with him recently. We begin by talking about his Aussie accent, unchanged after more than thirty years in the USA. He talks of his appointment as track announcer at the Los Alamitos track in California in the wake of his shock dismissal by the owners of Santa Anita. Michael takes us…
 
This book is a work of "faction" (that's "fact" plus "fiction") about Richard Nixon's interactions with the physical manifestation(s) of Uncle Sam in the run-up to the executions of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. So, uh, a weird one. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The first thing that I noticed when watching Tuca & Bertie was that there was a LOT going on. Bertie is frantically trying to navigate her magazine job at Conde Nest AND her dream of being professional baker AND her relationship with her loving and sometimes perplexing boyfriend Speckle. Tuca is just trying to navigate what it means to be a respons…
 
Jam-packed news week with Pokemon Presents, harassment investigations at Ubisoft Singapore, Outriders devs in the dark over sales and royalties, yet another Skyrim port and a mini 12 Minutes discussion with Fanbyte’s very own Fūnk-é Joseph, who reviewed the game here! Plus, John takes you through the upcoming week’s releases and more. You’re welcom…
 
We have had the privilege of observing God as He trained a man named Elijah. We saw bring him from nowhere, set him before a king and use him to strike fear into a nation. We have seen God send him through one trial after another to teach him total dependence upon the power and provision of God. We have seen the contrast between this man Elijah and…
 
Great to catch up with Coffs Harbour trainer Brett Bellamy who grew up among the Hawkesbury race crowd but moved to the north coast with his family as a 17 year old. All he ever wanted to do was train racehorses. He talks of early days in the Hawkesbury Valley. Brett talks of his 35 years as a commercial trainer and the facilities available at the …
 
You’ll go a long way to find anybody more passionate about harness racing than forty year old trainer Troy Williams who’s enjoying a winning streak at the moment. He talks about the stable runners who are making it possible. Troy loves a trotter and talks about Affaire De Cover who won a major 2YO Trot last year in torrential rain, and didn’t put a…
 
There are small flames all over the place! Well, specifically all over a family's house in Shaker Heights, OH in the late 1990s. Ng's bestselling sophomore effort dives into two different but intertwined families whose lives are flip-turned-upside-down by a conflagration of personal mysteries, teenage desires, and a tense adoption case. Our theme m…
 
It’s tricky. That’s what we found when we set out to answer a question we get a lot: “How do I approach a loved one who I’m worried about in terms of mental health?” Obviously, you want to let them know you care but you want to express the depth of your concern. You don’t want to scare them away and make them less likely to seek help. So where’s th…
 
This week, we’re joined by Fanbyte’s News Editor, Imran Khan, to talk about Xenoblade Chronicles 3 being in development and his takes on the indie game showcases from Xbox and Nintendo. Plus, John breaks down the week’s news like upcoming Grand Theft Auto remasters, Crunchyroll reportedly coming to PlayStation Plus subscriptions, Activision-Blizzar…
 
Peter recalls the freakish accident in 2014 that brought his successful riding career to an end. The jockey wisely heeded the advice of neurosurgeons regarding his future. He quickly got a new career up and running. Peter confirms that he still rides regular trackwork, but closely monitors the area of his spinal injury. He talks of the handy horses…
 
Everyone! There's been a MURDER! And the person who committed it is still listening to THIS VERY PODCAST!! While we try to figure this out you should definitely listen to us talk about Hercule Poirot, the unassuming-ish detective who is here to discover your deepest darkest secrets and chew bubblegum and is all out of bubblegum. Our theme music was…
 
You’ll notice that this episode is longer than most of our episodes. That’s just the way it tends to go with Griffin Newman. Episodes of his own podcast, Blank Check, regularly clock in at more than two hours. He acts in films and those often top two hours as well. And although he’s only in his thirties, Griffin has had a long career, growing up in…
 
This week, our very own Kenneth Shepard sits down with The Last of Us Part II’s Narrative Lead, Halley Gross, to talk about what it was like to write and release a game that takes place during a post-pandemic world in the midst of a real world pandemic. Plus, John’s breaking down the week’s biggest stories like Steve Gaynor stepping back from his p…
 
The pages of our Bibles are filled with accounts of men that seem larger than life. People like Moses, David, Daniel, Paul and others, all seem to be characters that are so far above the realm of our own experience that we may feel like we can never be like them. However, I'll let you in on a secret this morning: All of these people were just that:…
 
Great to catch up with one of the elite jockeys of the 70’s and 80’s. Gary admits he didn’t want to come to Australia in 1974 when offered the ride on Battle Heights. He says the NZ jockeys premiership was his priority. The former ace rider talks of his venture in the hotel business after a career ending race fall. He talks of the injury toll from …
 
Great to catch up with one of country racing’s most popular trainers. Peter talks of the early starts necessary to get his horses worked before reporting for duty as a Telstra technician. He acknowledges the efforts of his ground staff and wife Jenny. Peter outlines the daily routine observed by himself and apprentice Jacob Golden. The pair ride tw…
 
Join us for a trip back to Sherlock Holmes Times, as Melody and Erin from the Heaving Bosoms podcast help us talk about Kristen Callihan's Moonglow. The second book in the Darkest London series, Moonglow brings the romance and the supernatural lore in a way that keeps all four of us talking. You can find more from our new friends at the Heaving Bos…
 
In this Song Imploder edition of our show (borrowing a format from the podcast Song Exploder), Carl (who records as A.C.) Newman walks us through “Whiteout Conditions”, a song created when his sister was dying of cancer but when he had to get into the studio. Seems like it’s safe to say that when people are in a terrible mental state, they are leas…
 
This week, John’s joined by Wowhead’s Director, Alexis Kusy, to discuss updates in the ongoing Activision-Blizzard story. John’s also breaking down the week’s biggest stories like Ubisoft’s employees writing a demand letter, Annapurna Interactive’s banger of a showcase, and PAX’s partial reversal of their vaccination mandate. John also outlines the…
 
Imagine the scene. In verses 17-22 a very wealthy man has just turned his back on the Lord Jesus and is walking away. In v. 21, Jesus told this man how he could be saved. He was to sell everything he possessed and he was to give everything away to the poor. This act would give him real treasure in Heaven. By giving away all he had this man would be…
 
Enjoy another episode of our newest show-within-a-show! We're reading Edith Grossman's translation of Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes a few chapters at a time. Some Patreon supporters get these episodes monthly, but every two months we'll combine them for general consumption. These episodes cover Chapters 28-42. In Episode 5, Don Quixote rejoins…
 
It’s a big welcome to 75 year old Danny Frahm who was 64 years old when a race fall at Armidale ended his remarkable career. He reflects on his longevity in the saddle and marvels at how well he’s come out of several serious accidents. He explains that for all the broken bones, he is remarkably free of arthritis. Danny explains that he twice sustai…
 
In this kid goth Victorian house, objects talk...but only to the people who can listen! Find out what happens to Clod Iremonger and Lucy Pennant in this creepy-yet-kid-friendly novel about a bunch of people who live near (and develop a symbiotic relationship with) trash. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. See omnystudio.com/listener for…
 
Rock music isn’t a cure for depression or anxiety. You can’t wail away on “Smoke on the Water” and have all your mental difficulties melt away. That would be awesome, sure, but that’s not how it works. But for Chelsea Ursin, playing was a lot of other things: a break from the nagging mental disorders that created so many problems from a young age, …
 
This week, John’s breaking down all of the week’s biggest stories including Activision-Blizzard’s lawsuit, Ubisoft woes, EA Play recap, and tons more. Fanbyte's Guides Writer, Collin MacGregor, also joins us to talk about his thoughts on Aliens: Fireteam Elite, Pokemon Unite, and the latest to come out of EA Play like Battlefield 2042, Apex Legends…
 
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