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Sharing my passion for travel! This podcast will share stories from our travels as well as planning tips and tricks and some mini-reviews thrown in here and there. I have a special love for National Parks, Cruising, and Historical Sites, but there's a little bit of everything thrown in.
 
This Podcast shares TIME experiences, inspiration and much more . The Travel Industry Mentor Experience (TIME) is a not-for-profit company established in 2009 to help ambitious, aspiring leaders of the Travel, Tourism, Hospitality and Aviation industry accelerate their careers through mentoring. https://www.travelindustrymentor.com.au/
 
We review movies and TV shows that involve time travel while analyzing their usage of it as a plot device. Asking the tough questions such as, is the science sound, does it advance the story and most importantly, would we want to experience that time travel? Grab your time turner, put on your Nike power laces and jump into your nearest hot tub (with or without John Cusack). These episodes are oldies… well, they’re oldies where we come from. Theme song: "Quittin' Time" by Patrick Lee
 
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What would you do if you had a time machine? Would you use it for something important? Or would you use it to do something a bit trivial or even a bit silly? Join us as we hear the stories of those who've traveled through time...and the lessons they learned along the way. It's time for A Bit of Time Travel!
 
In each episode we ask a leading historian, novelist or public figure the tantalising question, ”If you could travel back through time, which year would you visit?” Once they have made their choice, then they guide us through that year in three telling scenes. We have visited Pompeii in 79AD, Jerusalem in 1187, the Tower of London in 1483, Colonial America in 1776, 10 Downing Street in 1940 and the Moon in 1969. Chosen as one of the Evening Standard’s Best History Podcasts of 2020. Presented ...
 
Welcome to Time Travelling TeamP, the weekly Doctor Who podcast where two friends review every episode of Doctor Who right from the very beginning. Each week we will be looking at The Doctor, the companions, the villains, and the story as a whole. New episodes drop every Monday. | Email: timetravellingteamp@teampproductions.com | Facebook / Twitter / Instagram: @TimeTeamP | Artwork by: Dinko Jun (email: dinkojun364@hotmail.com) (deviant art gallery: https://www.deviantart.com/soulbrake) | Mu ...
 
Four different Doctor Who Podcasts from award winning comedian Toby Hadoke, whose Edinburgh show Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf became a West End hit, toured the world, and became a Sony nominated BBC Radio series. The podcasts are: ”Season One” : Happy Times and Places - episode commentaries (a video version is also available on You Tube). Released twice weekly. ”Season 2” : Too Much Information - an episode-by-episode examination of the making of the series. Released once a month. ”Season 3 ...
 
The Time Traveler’s Radio Show is an original, family-friendly scripted podcast about time travelers who get stuck in the 1940s. Trapped in the ’40s and with communication systems to the future down, the team is forced to use the only communication then available: the radio! Telling their story as a 1940s style sci-fi radio adventure, they are desperate to have someone in the future hear and rescue them, as they hold the fate of the universe—a small pocket watch—in their very hands. Told as ...
 
No. You wont find any celebrities, Presidents or famous comedians here. We wont teach you how to get rich or tell you a story about a crazed killer. What we'll do is talk about topics that matter to us while making you laugh along the way. Stories from the past, dreams about the future, and the lives we are living. The lives of two guys in their early twenties trying to conquer life one podcast episode at a time.
 
I landed in the year 2021, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. According to my contract with the ”AAA Time Travel Agency” I have to send back my Time Traveller Reports. (Supported by AMAAS, the Alberta Media Arts Alliance Society) The Time Traveller is a side character in the novel ”Lethbridge, 2112” that I currently write after receiving the Literary Individual Project Funding grant by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts - I document the process in weekly posts on thorstennesch.com/lethbridge2112 ...
 
Retrospectacles - a podcast where each episode Stu will travel to a different year to buy new stock for the shop and each time he'll be joined by a new guest. As the cargo hold on the time machine isn't the biggest, the guest gets to bring back one of each of the following items from that year: a movie, video game, cartoon, TV show and toy (if it's in the Argos catalogue in that year then it's fair game!) Stu and his guest then talk about why they chose those particular things. Expect lots o ...
 
In this podiobook: In 'The Zany Time Travels of Warble McGorkle' (book II of a trilogy, and the first one recorded), Warble Poundcake McGorkle and his entourage (wife, employees, a sales team, and a canine) travel back in time to revise history.Their meddling in events during American Revolutionary War Times, at Custer's Last Stand, the Alamo, Woodstock, and many other pivotal events--as well as a detour to 1st Century Jerusalem to kidnap Jesus (or Judas)--leads to catastrophic consequences ...
 
This podcast follows Alex Bjørstorp, a management consultant turned full time storyteller to travel the world with his camera. Episodes will include raw stories on every aspect to making the lifestyle as a digital nomad. All from traveling alone, creating and maintaining a business while traveling and life as a digital nomad in general.
 
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“The film stars Amy Adams as Louise Banks, a linguist enlisted by the United States Army to discover how to communicate with extraterrestrials who have arrived on Earth before tensions lead to war. Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker, Michael Stuhlbarg, and Tzi Ma appear in supporting roles. Learning the language alters humans' linear perception of time…
 
We started our visit to Mykonos with a trip to the island of Delos, and a visit to the ruins of the ancient Sacred City rumored to be the site of Artemis and Apollo's birth. We continued on to Old Town, had an amazing lunch before heading back to the ship and savored an amazing sunset on the way out of the port!…
 
Episode #201: NTFTTpod's Best of 2022 Tony and Quoc recorded this episode in December 2022. These are their picks for their personal bests of 2022. ==========Follow us on Twitter Facebook Instagram YouTube Patreon Stream us on Twitch! Visit our site at www.ntfttpod.com ! You can contribute by emailing us at ntfttpod@gmail.com! Hurdy gur and warp sp…
 
It's off to the Arc... the Antarc... the snowy place for one of your host's favourites : as chosen by one of his favourite collaborators, Chris Chapman : Doctor Who blu-ray documentary director. The setting is cold, and so is the Doctor, but there's a chill in the air as well, thanks to director Douglas Camfield. But for some, this isn't quite Doct…
 
It is difficult to hear the stories of medieval women, but one voice rings down the ages, clear as a bell. Alison, the Wife of Bath, is Geoffrey Chaucer’s most famous creation: irrepressible, hilarious, insightful. She is the star of The Canterbury Tales with her outrageous stories and touching honesty. An inspiration for a huge range of writers – …
 
Good laugh and excellent writer Steve O'Brien (or is it his uncanny double?) has chosen this historical interlude into the otherwise science-heavy Davison era as the story he would like to celebrate. What will he like best - the fact that the police sergeant is Odysseus from The Myth Makers? The slight overkill of trying to open a locked door by se…
 
Aberdeen is soon getting the Baird Family hospital for Maternity, Neonatal and Reproductive Medicine - but who were the Baird family and why is it named after them? Dr Alison McCall clues in Susan Morrison on Sir Dugald, his wife, Lady May Baird, son Professor David and daughter Dr Joyce Baird. From Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Shauna Iran…
 
Join us as we interview the Historian Legend that is Snow Thomas of North Down, Port Sorell. Snow is a descendant of the original Thomas's that settled on North Down in 1828. He talks about his extensive farm experiences over his 91 years.Time Travellers North West Coast tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Esteemed science fiction journalist Steve O'Brien has chosen this odd little story as his pick of the list of stories that take him to his Happy Times and Places - times and places involving cricket, fancy dress, screwdrivers and murder! The show's first pure historical for many years, there's something fishy going on at the buffet and Nyssa is see…
 
This week we’re heading back to the fourth century BC to take a look at one of the world’s greatest ever philosophers. Indeed, according to today’s guest, John Sellars, Aristotle may be even more than that. He might well be the single most important human ever to have lived. Aristotle’s philosophical work transformed the people thought about the wo…
 
Things pick up a bit after last week (which was a bit of a struggle) and obviously Gav Rymill and host Toby Hadoke are united in their adoration of the universally admired comedy scenes featuring Delores Grey ... ahem. Well, maybe not, but they are actually spoiled for choice for favourite things in this action packed finale to the 25th Anniversary…
 
Right in the heart of what’s now Glasgow's 'Merchant City', there was a vanished industry we rarely ever talk about. Dr Jade Halbert, Lecturer in Design Studies at the University of Leeds introduces Susan Morrison to Glasgow’s lost rag trade and what happened to it. Moving back in time to the 16th century we explore the biggest scandal of the early…
 
Cyber gloves! Skinhead facts! An excellent tree! It's not always plain sailing accentuating the positive points of this relatively uncelebrated celebratory story, and your host Toby Hadoke might not always be successful this time around. But he tries! And there is plenty to like - especially as super guest Gav Rymill is a fabulous advocate for all …
 
“Meet Cute" is a 2022 American romantic comedy film directed by Alex Lehmann, starring Kaley Cuoco and Pete Davidson. It was released on September 21, 2022, on Peacock. Throughout the date, Sheila tells him that she discovered June's time machine at a nail salon and has been using it to relive the same night for the past seven nights. They end the …
 
The British Army can trace its origins back to the Acts of Union of 1707 and its rich history involves conflicts both large and small in all corners of the globe. But as the twenty-first century dawned, the organisation found itself in a transitional phase and with something of an identity crisis. What exactly was its culture? What, with its resour…
 
The very fabric of reality is kept together by a series of checks and balances. One of these balances is the legendary Key to Time, a segmented construct that keeps Time from spiraling out of control. This week, Paddy and Tricia follow The Doctor as he is sent on a mission to retrieve all six segments. His first stop lands him in a very delicate an…
 
Oh, so it's the "other" anniversary story. The one that people don't seem to talk about so much. Writer, artist, Dalek Prop expert, podcaster and all round renaissance man Gavin Rymill chooses what he describes as the "least popular" (according to the last DWM poll) Cyberman story. It's not one that's ever been high on host Toby Hadoke's list of Wh…
 
Susan Morrison explores the real life behind modern dark mediaeval fantasy. Were Scottish nobles really getting starved to death in dungeons? Who by? Dr Katy Jack has the answers. Once you lost your land in the Highland clearances, how did you fight to get it back? Juliette Desportes of Glasgow University looks at the Galson raiders in Lewis. And f…
 
It’s midwinter, we’re midway through our sixth season and we thought it was time to revisit a favourite old episode. Today we have for you a recording made at Buxton Literary Festival in 2019. It is with the Oxford professor and prize-winning historian Diarmaid MacCulloch. Our destination is the year 1536 and our subject is one of the most complex …
 
It's the third instalment of Marco Polo - William Hartnell is back to full health, but whilst history proves this to be one of the most admired Doctor Who stories, all that the press can talk about is the Daleks... although we get the first ever public indication that being a member ion the TARDIS crew is not a permanent gig. Even less permanent is…
 
Susan Morrison explores cabbage - no, not the stuff that used to bulk out the school dinners, but a mysteriously legal perk they used to carve out of the rag trade. Fashion historian Dr Jade Halbert of Leeds University has the goods on Scotland’s surprising contribution to cabbage history. A bit of sly cabbaging might get you a cheap designer weddi…
 
Doctor Who researcher extraordinaire Richard Bignell is the guest for this trawl through the many merits if an acknowledged Doctor Who classic. But will he and host Toby Hadoke be acknowledging the same bits when choosing their favourites? There's definitely an embarrassment of riches to be uncovered in this very positive edition of Toby Hadoke's T…
 
This week we kick off the year with a discussion about types of time travel movies. Though we simply call the time travel movies, there are often many more divisions within the genre that separate them. Whether that be their general theme, or how they travel, and how reality reacts to this break in continuity. Join the conversation in progress, now…
 
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