Yeardley Smith and Zibby Allen host this frank, unfiltered true crime podcast with Small Town Detectives and identical twins, Dan and Dave. Dan investigates Violent Crimes. Dave investigates Sex Crimes and Child Abuse. Often peppered with primary resources such as 9-1-1 calls and suspect interrogation recordings, each episode introduces a new crime, and is told by the detectives who investigated it. But Yeardley and Zibby don’t just settle for the who, why, how and where of it all, they also seek to uncover the human side of their guests, offering a glimpse into the raw reality of true crime in Small Town, USA. Names, locations, and certain details have been altered to protect the privacy of the victims and their families.
Bluetopsy explores Georgia, Southeast, and national Democratic and progressive politics with an array of perspectives from statewide to nationwide officials to grassroots organizations. We deconstruct the past and look to the future while covering it with a mix of intrigue, humor, and discussion.
Upward provides tips and strategies to help move more people towards the top of the diamond. We Are Libertarians presents training sessions and special podcasts to teach the basics of running for office, county party organization, and other forms of libertarian activism.
Former organizers of Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign wrestle with the unexpected loss of their candidate, and find themselves unwitting leaders of the #resistance movement. What began as a tongue-in-cheek response to the 'Bernie Bro' movement and the misogynistic, white nationalist overtures that have permeated American politics, evolved into Bros for America, fighting for an inclusive, progressive, more tolerant America. With over 50% female membership and a proud legacy of LGBTQIA membership, the message is clear: our 'bros' are all of us The weekly broadcast is released Tuesdays, and the Bros will bring to you a variety of unique and thought-provoking content so that every week is a creative surprise. Whether docu-narrating an unknown historical event, or candidly discussing the resistance movement, life in the Trump fast lane, or other hot topic and current events, all while still mourning the 2016 election and offering up prescriptions and predictions for the future. In 2016, the Bros gained national media attention for their efforts to elect Hillary Clinton, including being named one of the Top 8 People or Groups working to elect Hillary Clinton by LGBTQ Nation, and ending the campaign season having developed organizing partnerships with Hillary for America and landing in the Top 10 Call Teams in the entire United States. Since then, they have partnered with Politicon, West Hollywood Women's Leadership Conference, OUT Fest, AFI Fest, Human Rights Campaign, Indivisible and appeared in The Huffington Post, the LA Times, OUT, Instinct, Yahoo, the WRAP!
Healthcare Interior Design 2.0 is the podcast that explores the changing face of healthcare design through intimate conversations with leading creatives in the field. Host Cheryl Janis and her guests explore the heartwarming human stories of how design can provide hope and healing for patients & their families, growing hospitality-influenced design trends, consumer desires, new support care models, the latest technology and the big ideas that are changing the way hospitals, senior living communities and healthcare environments are designed.
Hosted by Ben Domenech, The Federalist Radio Hour is a daily podcast featuring engaging and in-depth conversations with journalists, scholars, authors, politicians, and thinkers of all stripes. Along with guest hosts Mollie Hemingway, David Harsanyi, and Mary Katharine Ham, Domenech delivers smart and compelling dialogues on politics, culture, religion, and entertainment every day of the week. Support the show by subscribing, rating, and writing a review!
Go Public tells the Stories of Government Getting It Done. Cities and states across the country face new challenges, growing complexity and old, tired bureaucracies. Go Public is about those places that are changing the status quo. It’s about the people and ideas in government that are helping solve problems and make communities better places to live. In this new podcast from the editors and reporters of Governing and Government Technology, we’ll take a look at some of the successes – and the failures – that are remaking the way government works, and re-imagining the way the public sector delivers services to citizens.
More often than we’d like to believe, people get away with murder. As cases grow cold, cops retire. Witnesses die. Evidence disappears. Unsolved, a true crime podcast series from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, guides listeners through these real-life mysteries, uncovering new clues along the way. Season three of Unsolved tells the story of Father Alfred Kunz, whose throat was slit inside St. Michael School in 1998. Some believe his death was linked to his battles against evil. Others believe his all-too-human flaws were to blame. Season two of Unsolved, released in 2017, examines the case of toddler Michelle Manders, who vanished from her bedroom in the middle of the night in 1981. Did she wander alone into the darkness? Or was she kidnapped? Season one of Unsolved, released in 2015, explores the circumstances surrounding the death of 14-year-old John Zera, who disappeared from Franklin High School in 1976. The seven episodes follow investigators through decades of dead ends as they hold on to hope of finding the killer. Subscribe to Unsolved on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher Radio or wherever you get your podcasts. For more information on the series, visit jsonline.com/unsolved.
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Building and sustaining a democracy is hard work. It’s not glamorous and often goes unnoticed in the daily news cycle. On Democracy Works, we talk to people who are out there making it happen and discuss why that work is so important. We aim to rise above partisan bickering and hot takes on the news to have informed, intelligent, and thought-provoking discussions about issues related to democracy. Democracy Works is produced by the McCourtney Institute for Democracy at Penn State and WPSU Penn State.
Lars Karlsson och Kristian Norling från Västra Götalandsregionen träffar gäster och pratar digitalisering i stort och smått. Vad är det och för vem, när och hur? "Vad är grejen med digitalisering?", är en podcast från Västra Götalandsregionen.
More than 154 million treasures fill the Smithsonian’s vaults, but where public view ends, Sidedoor begins. With the help of biologists, artists, historians, archaeologists, zookeepers and astrophysicists, host Tony Cohn sneaks listeners through Smithsonian’s side door to search for stories that can’t be found anywhere else. Check out si.edu/sidedoor and follow @SidedoorPod for more info.
Congeria is a genre-bending audio drama that tells a new, original story every season. In season one we join private detective Jenny Walker as she searches for a missing girl named Claire. Her search puts her in the crosshairs of a mysterious scientist, a ruthless hitman, and a charismatic cult leader. With an ensemble cast and original score, Congeria will pull you into a world of the weird and unnerving. Congeria was created by Henry Galley and Atticus Jackson.
The National Air and Space Museum contains the largest and most significant collection of air- and spacecraft in the world. Behind those amazing machines are thousands of stories of human achievement, failure, and perseverance. Join Emily, Matt, and Nick as they demystify one of the world’s most visited museums and explore why people are so fascinated with stories of exploration, innovation, and discovery.
The first Wednesday of every month, the Leadership Institute hosts the Wednesday Wake-Up Club breakfast, which brings together conservatives to hear from leading speakers and their thoughts on current events. Former speakers have included members of Congress, public policy experts, and columnists.