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  1. Freakonomics Radio

    1.Freakonomics Radio

    Discover the hidden side of everything with Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the Freakonomics books. Each week, Freakonomics Radio tells you things you always thought you knew (but didn’t) and things you never thought you wanted to know (but do) — from the economics of sleep to how to become great at just about anything. Dubner speaks with Nobel laureates and provocateurs, intellectuals and entrepreneurs, and various other underachievers.

  2. Take Me To Your Leader!

    2.Take Me To Your Leader!

    Hamish Macdonald delves into the lives and motives of eight leaders. From autocratic strongmen to democratic internationalists, from left to right to far right, Take Me To Your Leader! examines the cultural, historical, geographical and personal origins underpinning the ambitions of the people on the world stage. How well do we really know them, and what would we uncover if we asked their friends, enemies, colleagues and observers to 'Take me to Your Leader!'

  3. Radiolab


    Radiolab is on a curiosity bender. We ask deep questions and use investigative journalism to get the answers. A given episode might whirl you through science, legal history, and into the home of someone halfway across the world. The show is known for innovative sound design, smashing information into music. It is hosted by Lulu Miller and Latif Nasser.

  4. BLACK HANDS - A family mass murder

    4.BLACK HANDS - A family mass murder

    This is the story of a mass-murder that divided a nation - a story that began in a rickety old home on a cold June morning in 1994, where five members of a seemingly ordinary New Zealand family were gunned down. There were two suspects. One lay dead from a single bullet to the head. The other was the only survivor: David Bain. Since then the country has asked: who killed the Bain family? David or his father Robin? In this podcast, Martin van Beynen explores the case from start to finish, picking through evidence, the mysteries and motives, and interviewing never-before-spoken-to witnesses. He seeks to finally answer the question: Who was the killer?

  5. Ghost Herd

    5.Ghost Herd

    A true story of family, fraud, land and power in the American West. Ghost Herd is a joint production of KUOW and Northwest Public Broadcasting, both members of the NPR Network.

  6. Svetlana! Svetlana!

    6.Svetlana! Svetlana!

    In 1967, Joseph Stalin’s daughter braved her way over the Iron Curtain, secret memoir in tow, and landed in America as the Cold War’s most famous defector. At 40 years old, Svetlana had left everything behind for a new life in the West and the chance to finally share her story. What she found instead — a controversial commune in the Arizona desert built by Frank Lloyd Wright, a whirlwind marriage dictated by destiny, and a Montenegrin matriarch with dreams of immortality — was far more complicated. In Svetlana! Svetlana! neurotic playwright Dan Kitrosser unravels the weird and wild life of his greatest muse.

  7. Sold a Story

    7.Sold a Story

    Millions of kids can't read well. Scientists have known for decades how children learn to read but many schools are ignoring the research. They buy teacher training and books that are rooted in a disproven idea. Emily Hanford investigates four authors and a publishing company that have made millions selling this idea.

  8. Real Life Ghost Stories

    8.Real Life Ghost Stories

    Real Life Ghost Stories is a podcast dedicated to real life paranormal experiences. We discuss hauntings, ghosts, death, aliens, psychology, skeptics and everything in between. In each episode we review our favourite (and least favourite) paranormal shows and movies. Email us your stories at: reallifeghoststoriespodcast@gmail.com Why not support us on patreon: patreon.com/reallifeghoststories

  9. The Paranormal Podcast

    9.The Paranormal Podcast

    America's Top Paranormal Podcaster interviews the best known names in the paranormal about UFOs, Ghosts, Bigfoot, and everything paranormal! Guests have included Josh Gates, Chip Coffey, George Noory and the biggest names in paranormal studies. This feed reflects the last 90 days of content, The Paranormal Podcast has been in production since 2005 with over 690 episodes. Hosted by Jim Harold.

  10. Leaving Eden Podcast

    10.Leaving Eden Podcast

    Cult Survivor Sadie Carpenter tells her story! Co-Hosted by Gavri'el HaCohen. Topics include cults, religion, fundamentalism, conspiracy theories, and the real and present threat the cults, cult brainwashing, and cult ideologies pose to society as a whole. It is our goal to promote freedom of mind, freedom of thought, and freedom of religion. General Content Warning: In general we talk about a lot of potentially triggering topics on this show, including but not limited to suicide and mental health, racism, misogyny, PTSD and PTSD symptoms, child abuse, mental, physical, and sexual abuse, and spiritual abuse including guilt, shame, and fear. In most episodes we’ll mention at least a few of these topics, but we try very hard to avoid graphic detail unless it’s relevant to the story we’re telling, and we do our best to give the audience a heads-up before going into detail on any of these topics. For press and other inquiries, contact LeavingEdenPod@gmail.com Join our Patreon for extended, uncensored, and ad-free versions of most of our episodes! https://www.patreon.com/LeavingEdenPodcast Join our Facebook group to join in the discussion with other fans! https://www.facebook.com/groups/edenexodus Social Media: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/leavingedenpodcast/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LeavingEdenPod FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/LeavingEdenPodcast Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  11. Ear Hustle

    11.Ear Hustle

    Ear Hustle brings you the daily realities of life inside prison shared by those living it, and stories from the outside, post-incarceration. The podcast is a partnership between Nigel Poor, a Bay Area visual artist, and Earlonne Woods, formerly incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison, and was co-founded with former San Quentin resident Antwan Williams. The Ear Hustle team works in the San Francisco Bay Area, both in San Quentin State Prison’s media lab and from offices on the outside, to produce stories that are sometimes difficult, often funny and always honest. Episodes offer a nuanced view of people involved with the American prison system and those reintegrating into society after serving time.

  12. The Last Soviet

    12.The Last Soviet

    Lance Bass, NSYNC Superstar and Russian trained astronaut, takes you on a wild ride into space. He tells the story of the last Soviet cosmonaut who is trapped on the world’s only space station, as the country he knows and loves collapses beneath him. On this journey through Earth’s atmosphere in the form of a podcast, Lance introduces you to the woman who won a reality show cosmonaut contest, a ham radio operator in Australia who became a lifeline for the Soviet Space Station, a hustler from Chicago who tried to sell coca-cola to the Russians and the editor of Playboy who took part in a revolution. It’s one man’s dream to go to space, his dedication to the country he thought he knew and 313 days spent orbiting the Earth. 313 days that changed our world. Plus, Lance’s own dream to go to space and the lengths he went to make it a reality.

  13. Conspiracy Mind

    13.Conspiracy Mind

    The Conspiracy Theory Discussion Podcast. Each episode of this podcast is a light-hearted discussion on a different conspiracy theory. We cover different opinions, events, and our overarching thoughts on some of the biggest theories of our time. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/conspiracymind/support

  14. True Stories with Seth Andrews

    14.True Stories with Seth Andrews

    Inspired by the classic radio broadcasts of Paul Harvey, "True Stories" episodes are short vignettes (averaging five minutes in length) featuring strange, compelling, and entertaining human stories from our past and present.

  15. UNREEL: West Coast Express

    15.UNREEL: West Coast Express

    “UNREEL: West Coast Express” is the story of the men who reinvigorated a once vibrant hockey market as told by Markus Naslund, Todd Bertuzzi, Brendan Morrison as well as other prominent teammates and figures. Written and narrated by Scott Rintoul, it is a journey from some of the darkest days in franchise history to the precipice of greatness along a path of unforgettable triumphs and defeats. Four years after nearly winning the Stanley Cup, the Vancouver Canucks were engulfed in chaos. Amidst a change in ownership, constant organizational churn and a four-year playoff drought, three unlikely stars emerged from the rubble to resuscitate the franchise. Despite none of them being drafted by the Canucks, Naslund, Bertuzzi and Morrison came to form one of hockey’s most dominant lines, the West Coast Express. A nightly fixture on highlight reels, the West Coast Express turned Vancouver back into a contender, and they appeared destined for a run at the Stanley Cup before it all came undone in a matter of moments.

  16. The Why Files. Operation: PODCAST

    16.The Why Files. Operation: PODCAST

    Do you have natural curiosity, interest in scientific mysteries and a great sense of humor? You're in the right place! We cover brainy topics with comedy spin. I'm AJ , the Head Nerd In Charge. You might know me from the Discovery, Sirius-XM, A&E, MTV and Joe Rogan. The Why Files is a channel for people who are fascinated (obsessed) with science, science-fiction, bizarre history, weird facts, strange places, conspiracies and unusual people. Join us as we learn about the mysteries of the universe and have a few laughs along the way. ---- OFFICIAL https://thewhyfiles.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thewhyfiles/support

  17. How I Survived

    17.How I Survived

    Amazing, first-hand survival stories from people who have faced the unimaginable and escaped with their lives. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  18. The Sound: Mystery of Havana Syndrome

    18.The Sound: Mystery of Havana Syndrome

    For ad-free listening, early access to new episodes and exclusive bonus content, subscribe to Project Brazen's channel on the Apple Podcasts app. You can try the subscription free for 7 days by going to http://apple.co/the-sound In December 2016, a US official in Havana went to the embassy medical centre to report a debilitating and confounding illness. The symptoms included headaches; nausea; hearing loss; problems with memory and vision – and its onset was characterized by hearing… something. A buzzing, hissing, grinding… sound. Soon, a second official came down with the same symptoms. Then a third. Then a fourth. By the time the story went public in summer 2017, dozens of US diplomats, as well as some Canadians, had come down with what was becoming known as “Havana Syndrome.” In this deep dive investigation, journalist Nicky Woolf peels back the layers of one of the most bizarre mysteries of the modern age. You’ll hear about how the US agencies failed to agree even on the basic premises. State department said it’s a “sonic device,” then rolled that back. The CIA have hinted microwave radiation might be involved. The FBI said there was no “there” there – now they seem to be rolling that back as well. We’ll explore the wild and wide variety of theories that have been put forward. Could it be caused by noisy crickets? Or mosquito spray? Or could it all be a mass delusion? We’ll hear from the cast of characters who inhabit this world; diplomats and spies, neurologists and physicists, skeptics and believers – and, with their help, begin to piece the evidence together. THE SOUND is a story about spycraft, technology, and the brain. It’s a story where, at every turn, you’re never quite sure what’s real and what’s an illusion. It’s a story about how the Cold War, maybe, never really ended.

  19. Deborah Hatswell. BBR Investigations. Cryptid Creatures, Mystery and Unexplained Events

    19.Deborah Hatswell. BBR Investigations. Cryptid Creatures, Mystery and Unexplained Events

    Deborah Hatswell is a phenomenonist, a writer, podcaster, Investigator and the founding member of the Being Believed Research and Investigations group and has taken or researched over 3000 personal witness reports from all across the globe. Deborah is based in Lancashire and has formed a team of volunteer investigators researching the many witness reports that are reported each week to BBR. Deborah is a witness herself to an impossible creature that she saw in 1982. “It took 30 years for me to find an official body that would take myself and my experience seriously. During those years I found thousands of people in a similar position. Their experiences were with Reptilian or Cryptid Creatures, Alien beings and Shadow people, invisible entities and all manner of dimensional entities. Many of the witnesses are abductees who have had a lifetime of interaction. Some families have had to deal with phenomena for generations. There are cattle mutilations and missing people all across the UK. I set up BBR to help those people find somewhere they could report their experiences to and I encouraged them to investigate the cases and theories for themselves. Now it is time to bring all of the so-called ‘alternative subjects’ under the same roof and let's share our knowledge bases in the hopes of answering some of the still unanswered questions. You can help to support BBR by liking, sharing and commenting on the video. To join BBR and become part of our community you can contact Deborah via debbiehatswell@gmail.com CHECK OUT OUR OTHER SOCIAL MEDIA SITES. Hear early Podcasts and sighting reports by joining Patreon or become a Youtube Member. To Make a Report: you can contact Deborah at debbiehatswell@gmail.com BBR Website - https://debhatswell.wordpress.com/ PAYPAL: https://paypal.me/BigfootResearch?country.x=GB&locale.x=en_GB AUDIBLE: https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/Deborah-Hatswell-Cryptid-Creatures-and-Unexplained-Events-Podcast/B08K5YRHB6?action_code=ASSGB149080119000H&share_location=pdp&shareTest=TestShare TWITTER: https://twitter.com/BbrDeborah PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/DeborahHatswellBigfootReports YOUTUBE - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYGn8pR90PO_oBzOjiZ23tA/ SPREAKER: https://www.spreaker.com/show/british-bigfoot APPLE PODCASTS: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/british-bigfoot-dogman/id1480592906?uo=4 SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/5KEn4UdewvJAUWce0zJHBb FACEBOOK PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/reportabigfootwildmanuk MAP OF SIGHTINGS & EXPERIENCES: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1s1zOmmdM216PMftPUM9K1qqGrFg&usp=sharing

  20. Saving Apollo 13 👨‍🚀

    20.Saving Apollo 13 👨‍🚀

    Saving Apollo 13 is the incredible story of NASA's Apollo 13 mission, told by Forensic Engineer Sean Brady. It’s the story of the spacecraft that failed en route to the moon, and the feats of human ingenuity that saved the lives of the 3 men aboard. Saving Apollo 13 is produced by: forensic engineering firm Brady Heywood, and leading podcast agency Wavelength Creative.

  21. Decoder Ring

    21.Decoder Ring

    Decoder Ring is the show about cracking cultural mysteries. In each episode, host Willa Paskin takes a cultural question, object, or habit; examines its history; and tries to figure out what it means and why it matters.

  22. Married to a sociopathic narcissist My story

    22.Married to a sociopathic narcissist My story

    This episode starts to get into how I got involved with a sociopathic narcissist

  23. Crime After Crime

    23.Crime After Crime

    A monthly podcast where two true crime YouTubers, Danelle Hallan and John Lordan, challenge each other to tell the best story about a true crime related topic. Listeners voting online will determine the winner. New episodes premiere on the first of each month.

  24. Corinna and The King

    24.Corinna and The King

    To binge all of Corinna and The King ad-free, subscribe to Project Brazen's channel on the Apple Podcasts app. You can try the subscription free for 7 days by going to apple.co/corinna-and-the-king Corinna and the King is the unbelievable true story of a love affair that brought the Spanish royal family to its knees. When Corinna, a worldly and well-connected businesswoman, fell in love with Juan Carlos I, the king of Spain, he seemed too big to fail. Their secret romance stretched across continents, but its unraveling would open a window into a dangerous world of greed, corruption, and crime. Vast pools of hidden wealth; international espionage and conspiracy; scandal, elephant hunting, and unstoppable lust… all tracing back to one of the most secretive royalties in the world. This is Corinna and the King, a co-production by Project Brazen, PRX and La Coctelera Music, out now. For more information, visit www.corinnaandtheking.com Este podcast también está disponible en español. Para escuchar, busca Corinna y el Rey en tu plataforma de podcasts favorita.

  25. The Underworld Podcast

    25.The Underworld Podcast

    Underworld exposes the secret world of transnational criminal networks that have flourished since there were banks to bust, drugs to smuggle, and scams to run. Journalists Danny Gold and Sean Williams bring their experience reporting on dangerous people and organizations to take listeners on a global tour of mobsters, warlords and crooks - from Brooklyn to Beijing, from the streets to the boardrooms - and everywhere in between. Underworld is a show about heroes, villains, and the barely visible mafias that affect all our lives, whether we know it or not.

  26. Bed of Lies

    26.Bed of Lies

    It was meant to be a miracle treatment, but it became a deadly poison. Cara McGoogan investigates the story they didn't want you to know - and one of the biggest medical disasters in history. The award-winning first series of Bed of Lies is also available to listen to on this feed: They have the perfect relationship, until one day he vanishes. Her hunt leads to other women just like her - and a web of state-spun lies. This is the untold story of one of Britain's biggest secrets.

  27. FGM Stories

    27.FGM Stories

    FGM stories shares experiences of women and girls living with the consequences of Female Genital Mutilation, and that of advocates working daily on FGM abandonment. This is in a bid to educate and enlighten the teeming populace on the harmful effects of FGM and the need to join the campaign towards a total elimination of the practice.

  28. Remembering Yugoslavia

    28.Remembering Yugoslavia

    Remembering Yugoslavia podcast explores the memory of a country that no longer exists. Created, produced, and hosted by Peter Korchnak. New episodes one to two times per month.

  29. False Profits: Hillsong

    29.False Profits: Hillsong

    A personal journey into the heart of a global megachurch. Noemi Uribe was looking for a church where everyone is welcome and she thought she’d found it in Hillsong. But that was ‘the most expensive mistake I ever made’. Noemi’s story turned into one of rejection, despair, and a fight for justice. Hillsong used to be home, now for Noemi ‘it’s a dumpster fire’ False Profits dives into the Hillsong experience - from Christian rock music, to celebrity pastors and famous fans - tracing its journey from humble beginnings to incredible global status and wealth, and some shocking scandals. Through personal testimony and evidence that Hillsong never made public, we peel back the layers of a culture of submission, exploitation and discrimination. The church says it’s changed, but will it face its past and the people who say they’ve been harmed by Hillsong? Noemi Uribe is on a journey seeking justice, and accountability.

  30. A Bit of a Stretch - The Podcast

    30.A Bit of a Stretch - The Podcast

    Have you every wondered what life is really like behind bars? Chris Atkins is a documentary maker who went to prison for tax fraud in 2016. He spent nine months in HMP Wandsworth, one of the most dangerous and dysfunctional prisons in the UK, and has now interviewed 20 ex-prisoners about their time in jail. Their stories are shocking, uplifting, heartbreaking, hilarious, and often downright weird. These incredible testimonies form this eight part podcast series. In Wandsworth Chris got loads of letters peppered with questions - What's the food like? What do you wear? Tell me about the showers... This podcast answers all those questions, and takes you headfirst into the biggest prison crisis in history. It reveals a collapsing system that is failing victims and wider society, and reveals how the human spirit can thrive in the darkest corners. Each episode is centred around a different theme, like Arrival, Family and Change. 4 Stars in The Times: A frisson of horrified sympathy. "Good grief,” you think. “What if that were me?”. Chris Atkins is a three time BAFTA nominated film maker, who has worked for Channel 4 Dispatches and BBC Panorama. His book about his time in Wandsworth, A Bit of a Stretch, is out now. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  31. Skyline Drive

    31.Skyline Drive

    When Mangesh Hattikudur (Part-Time Genius, Humans Growing Stuff) set out to do a big, sweeping show on astrology, he didn’t realize the first interview would change the course of his life. But as he tries to put his world back together, he realizes the incredible ways astrology presents itself in modern society: from NASA employees who keep their belief in astrology in the closet, to world leaders who’ve used astrologers to guide foreign policy, to moneyball statisticians who use astrology more than statistics to build baseball teams, to a little shop in India where your fortune was written for you centuries ago, and is waiting for you to come claim it. Over the course of 8 episodes, Mangesh tries to decipher why we keep looking to the stars for answers, and what happens when you don’t believe in astrology, but astrology keeps happening to you.

  32. The Reason Why

    32.The Reason Why

    Welcome to Cornwall; a land of contradictions. Seamas Carey takes a deep dive look at the social issues, housing crisis, hidden history and culture wars of contemporary Cornwall.

  33. The Alien UFO Podcast

    33.The Alien UFO Podcast

    My mission is to investigate all things that are part of the wider the UFO phenomena. Each week I am looking into a different aspect of this fascinating field and go in depth into the evidence that is all around us. I am looking at UFO sightings, alien abduction, historical cases and other related phenomena. I interview researchers in the field and people who have had very real experiences.

  34. Main Accounts: The Story of MySpace

    34.Main Accounts: The Story of MySpace

    MySpace was the first major social media company. And it was the first major social media company to collapse. But what happened on MySpace would have broad implications for all the platforms to follow. What was this internet sensation in aughts? Log on with Joanne McNeil and revisit MySpace through the people who lived it.

  35. New York's Got Talent

    35.New York's Got Talent

    New York's Got Talent is a podcast hosted by New York Nico (@newyorknico) that highlights the unique individuals that make the city of New York a whole lot less boring.

  36. The Turning: Room of Mirrors

    36.The Turning: Room of Mirrors

    In every ballet studio, there is a wall of mirrors. It reflects the people within. They’re part of a closed, elite group that asks for sacrifice and devotion from its members. This insular community produces iconic artists. It’s founded on a strict power structure, often with one man at the top. By tracing the origins of this unusual lifestyle, starting with the legacy of choreographer George Balanchine and the intimate stories of young dancers, we expose the beauty of an artform and the complexity of ballet culture.

  37. Jimmy Akin's Mysterious World

    37.Jimmy Akin's Mysterious World

    Beyond the world we can see is a mysterious world.



    An original six-part series documenting one community’s experience of the Black Summer Bushfires

  39. The Cost of Happiness: Tony Hsieh

    39.The Cost of Happiness: Tony Hsieh

    Billionaire Zappos founder and tech CEO Tony Hsieh was obsessed with happiness and helping people achieve it. After running “the world’s happiest company” for two decades, Hsieh created his experimental community — The Downtown Project — dedicated to pursuing happiness. But what do Tony's life and death reveal about Silicon Valley’s obsession with re-imagining how society functions? "A gripping tale" - The Guardian The Cost Of Happiness is reported and hosted by Nastaran Tavakoli-Far. It is produced by Charlie Towler. Cover art and design by Jeana Sullivan. The story editor is Meara Sharma, and Thomas Curry is the managing producer. Scoring and sound-design by Charlie Brandon-King. For Imperative Entertainment, the executive producer is Jason Hoch, and for Vespucci, the executive producers are Daniel Turcan, Johnny Galvin, and Matt Willis.

  40. Ghost Stories the Podcast

    40.Ghost Stories the Podcast

    We are currently on a break, but let us know if you like our Talking Ghosts episodes and we will look to make some more. --- Short paranormal stories, some based on fact but others are pure fiction. Ranging from scary stories to spooky yet heart warming encounters, Ghost Stories the podcast will continually have you asking yourself: 'Do you believe in ghosts?' For the best experience we recommend using headphones! Follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/GhostStoriesthePodcast/) and submit a story today Subscribe on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/ghoststoriesthepodcast) to get early ad-free access!

  41. Serial Killers

    41.Serial Killers

    Top 2 serial killers in the world!

  42. Field Work

    42.Field Work

    Hosted by two commercial row-crop farmers and a dairy farmer, Field Work is a podcast that provides space for frank, realistic discussions about the benefits and challenges of sustainable agriculture. Hosts Zach Johnson, Mitchell Hora, and Tara Vander Dussen (who joined the team in season four) explore the successes and challenges farmers experience as they adopt new practices, while still getting into the weeds on the difficulties.

  43. The Agent

    43.The Agent

    2022 Webby Award Honoree, Podcast Documentary Limited Series and Specials. The Agent is the remarkable true story of Jack Barsky, the longest-surviving known member of the KGB illegals program operated during the height of the Cold War. Barsky hid in plain sight in America for 10 years, all the while leading dual lives on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. On one fateful day, he was confronted with an impossible choice. The Agent is a production of Imperative Entertainment in association with Windjoy and is created, written, produced and edited by Jason Hoch. Narration by Alden Ehrenreich. Executive Producers are Jason Hoch, Jack Barsky and Alden Ehrenreich. Original score by Jasha Klebe. Sound engineering and additional editing by Shaine Freeman. 

  44. Ancient Egypt

    44.Ancient Egypt

    Me and my mother discuss Ancient Egypt's advancements in architecture, medicine, and math.

  45. Motherlode


    Introducing Motherlode, a Ranieri & Co. production. The gripping story about the birth of computer hacking from an unlikely centre - Melbourne Australia. It was here teenage boys, and they were mostly boys, hacked into some of the biggest organisations in the world. It’s also where a young hacker, Julian Assange, cut his teeth on computers and went on to develop Wikileaks, the most disruptive website the world has seen. But Wikileaks didn’t just spring up out of nowhere. It was 20 years in the making. Motherlode reveals the technological and political motivations behind it.

  46. Skinwalker Radio

    46.Skinwalker Radio

    Skinwalker Radio is a paranormal variety show. We bring you an objective look into the world of the paranormal using facts, logic, reason, science, and religion. Expect topics such as Skinwalker ranch, UFOs, conspiracy theories, spooky stories from the woods, and much more. If you would like access to the videos and additional content, please just us on Patreon Become a Patron!

  47. The Brave

    47.The Brave

    Interviews with incredibly brave Australians who have put their own lives at stake for the sake of saving someone else, in many cases total strangers.

  48. Africville Forever

    48.Africville Forever

    In 1969, the last home in the Black community of Africville was flattened. The bulldozer was hired by a city that had schemed to claim this valuable land for generations. In this 5 part series, we tell the story of this unique and beautiful place. Born out of adversity, it thrived as a safe haven for people of African descent in Canada. If you care about racism, displaced peoples and social justice, then you need to know the story of Africville Forever. Hosted by Eddy Carvery III & Alfred Burgesson A Podstarter production for Frequency Podcast Network

  49. Before Me

    49.Before Me

    I'm Lisa. This is the story of my mom’s decades-long journey from Cambodia to America. And it’s a long overdue conversation between the two of us, about our family’s history — through war and violence, separation and loss, endings and beginnings.

  50. Upfront Podcast

    50.Upfront Podcast

    Welcome to Upfront. The place where it’s ok to ask upfront questions in order to inspire open, honest and upfront conversation. The reality is everyone has a story worth sharing, you only have to ask the right questions. Long-form interviews that land every so often - so make sure to give us a follow. Join the conversation @upfront_thepodcast. Want to chat? Touch base at hello@upfrontpodcast.com.au. Written & created by Cush Kilvington.

  51. The Ugly Truth About The Girl Next Door

    51.The Ugly Truth About The Girl Next Door

    The Ugly Truth About The Girl Next Door tells the story of a suburban, middle class girl who was trafficked and sexually exploited for decades starting even before the age of 6 years old

  52. Rights Back At You

    52.Rights Back At You

    Amnesty International Canada examines anti-Black racism, policing, and surveillance in a brand new podcast, Rights Back At You, hosted by Daniella Barreto. We delve into stories of resistance and meet the people making change unstoppable. From facial recognition and the right to protest to the war on drugs and defunding the police, this series connects the dots and passes the mic to people building a better future now. Together, we unravel the Canada you think you know and challenge the systems that hold back human rights.

  53. Surviving El Chapo: The Twins Who Brought Down A Drug Lord

    53.Surviving El Chapo: The Twins Who Brought Down A Drug Lord

    Surviving El Chapo: The Twins Who Brought Down a Drug Lord Hosted and executive produced by award-winning artist and producer Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson and broadcaster and journalist Charlie Webster. Brought to you by Lionsgate Sound as a world exclusive with iHeartPodcasts. Speaking publicly for the first time ever, Chicago-born identical twins Jay and Peter Flores share the incredible story of how they went from dealing $2 billion worth of drugs across the country as North America’s most successful cocaine traffickers, to government informants who brought down the infamous drug lord, “El Chapo.” Forever taunted by the gnawing question of “Did we do the right thing?” the brothers’ decision has cost them permanent exile from eachother, their father’s life, 14 years in prison, and a life sentence of always looking over their shoulder, waiting for their enemies to take revenge.. Was it all worth it? Join 50 and Charlie for this unforgettable rollercoaster of a story starting Wednesday October 19, on the iHeartRadio App or wherever you get your podcasts.

  54. This Land

    54.This Land

    The award-winning documentary podcast This Land is back for season 2. Host Rebecca Nagle reports on how the far right is using Native children to attack American Indian tribes and advance a conservative agenda.

  55. The Shrink Next Door

    55.The Shrink Next Door

    Veteran journalist Joe Nocera’s neighbor in the Hamptons was a therapist named Ike. Ike counted celebrities and Manhattan elites as his patients. He’d host star-studded parties at his eccentric vacation house. But one summer, Joe discovered that Ike was gone and everything he’d thought he’d known about his neighbor -- and the house next door -- was wrong. From Wondery, the company behind Dirty John and Dr. Death, and Bloomberg, “The Shrink Next Door” is a story about power, control and turning to the wrong person for help for three decades. Written and hosted by Joe Nocera, a columnist for Bloomberg. All episodes are available now. You can binge the series exclusively, and ad-free, on Wondery+ or on Amazon Music with a Prime membership or Amazon Music Unlimited subscription. Join Wondery+ here: https://wondery.app.link/shrink The Shrink Next Door is now an Apple Original series, starring Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd. Watch now only on Apple TV+ http://apple.co/-TheShrinkNextDoor

  56. KONCRETE Podcast

    56.KONCRETE Podcast

    Danny’s quest to get smarter.

  57. REAL CRIME (english version)

    57.REAL CRIME (english version)

    Do you think it's possible to find fingerprints on the rim of a bus wheel after it hascrashed into a dusty ravine? Do you think that every criminal, crushed by evidence, confesses? If you believe all this, continue watching your favourite detective series on TV, sitting comfortably in an armchair or on the sofa. If, on the other hand, you want to find out how a real investigation is conducted, the real investigative techniques and the difficulties investigators encounter and their sacrifices, then welcome to Real Crime. Here we get serious: we investigate, we struggle, we get mold on correspondence and files, we fight with hardened lawyers. There are no super-hot police investigators or dudes with brushed hair and a shaved beard. Here the cops are as real as the cases we are going to deal with and you are by their side. Watch out, because from now on you are part of Real Crime.

  58. Who Built the Pyramids?

    58.Who Built the Pyramids?

    This podcast is not only a podcast on the creepy world of conspiracies but also the creepiness of serial killers and aliens, so sit back relax and prepare for the creeps. **Due to COVID this podcast has been delayed** Follow on Twitter: @PyramidPodNet

  59. Stealing Superman

    59.Stealing Superman

    It was the most unlikely art heist of all time. Join some improbable detectives and one determined comic book dealer as they investigate the mysterious theft of the most important comic in the world ... a comic stolen from Nicolas Cage.

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  61. This Got Weird

    61.This Got Weird

    Welcome to This Got Weird! A podcast where I find all the weirdest stories and mysteries from around the internet and bring them to you! Because if I have to know all this stuff, then so do you! -The Anxious Banshee

  62. Narcissists in divorce – the lure, the loss and the law.

    62.Narcissists in divorce – the lure, the loss and the law.

    In this podcast narcissism expert Dr Supriya McKenna teams up with top UK family lawyer Karin Walker to tackle head on the issues that occur when one is divorcing a narcissistic personality type. Their book, 'Divorcing a Narcissist - the Lure, the Loss and the Law' is an Amazon number one bestseller in numerous categories, and together Karin and Supriya have trained thousands of family law professionals in how to manage narcissistic divorces. With legal tips, advice for lawyers and more, this podcast is invaluable for anyone who suspects their spouse or partner might be narcissistic, as well for family lawyers, wishing to be able to better represent their clients. Its groundbreaking content will even be useful for family court judges, who see narcissistic individuals in a large proportion of final hearings. And by popular demand, the 'Divorcing a Narcissist' online course will be on it's way soon, as an add-on to the well-received 'Demystifying The Narcissist' online course. For more resources please do visit DoctorSupriya.com or TheLifeDoctor.org.

  63. Time & Money

    63.Time & Money

    Ben Franklin penned the phrase "time is money" back in the 18th century. Three hundred years later, we take it for granted. But the idea that time is money has had a massive impact on the way we work and earn our livelihoods today. Time & Money is an 8-part limited series designed to help you question your assumptions about time, money, and their intersection. What is money? How much is our time work? How do we measure quality time? And what metrics really matter when it comes to how we understand our time and our money? Time & Money is a special presentation of What Works, hosted by Tara McMullin, and YellowHouse.Media. You'll hear from experts like Paco de Leon, founder of Hell Yeah Bookkeeping, money coach Keina Newell, business operations specialist Elisabeth Jackson, and American in Paris Anne Ditmeyer. We'll dive into the history of work, consult philosophy, explore social and political theory, and ask: is time really money?

  64. After Skool

    64.After Skool

    This podcast was a way to let all of our feelings out and we will be talking about some interesting stuff!



    These podcasts will be about some theories that are floating around about Bigfoot, aliens ,ufo, and other so called interdimentional beings Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elvis-presley10/support

  66. The Belly of the Beast

    66.The Belly of the Beast

    On the 100th anniversary of the death of Michael Collins, this podcast tells the fascinating story of Ned Broy, the double agent who helped Collins change the course of Irish history. The story begins when a Dublin based history teacher named Brendan McCauley learns that he has bought Ned Broy’s original home.  This starts a voyage of discovery concerning Broy and his critical involvement in Irish history.

  67. Humans Not For Sale by Prerana

    67.Humans Not For Sale by Prerana

    Human Trafficking is a form of slavery. It’s the buying and selling of human beings through force, fraud, deception or coercion or by such other criminal means to exploit them for commercial sex, bonded labour or by harvesting their organs and trading in it. Human trafficking is a fast growing crime across the globe. On Humans Not For Sale by Prerana, we aim to create broader awareness around human trafficking for commercial sexual exploitation. We will help answer questions like - What is human trafficking? Is prostitution legal in India? How do the police conduct rescue operations? How do we help the rehabilitation of the victims? And more. Prerana is a non-profit and civil society organisation that protects children born to prostituted women in red light areas and helps the women themselves towards their rehabilitation, social reintegration and to restore their dignity by safeguarding their rights. For more information go to https://www.fighttrafficking.org/

  68. Wut.


    Wut. is a new podcast from content creators Ellie Main and Chelsea Harfoush, or as they’re collectively known, Those Two Girls. Join them and a guest every Wednesday for a semi-competitive discussion on the curious capers and crazy conspiracies that make you go…Wut. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chelsea-harfoush/support

  69. Untold


    We are all the same but different. Whats makes us unique is our stories. In this podcast, host Maeve Dennehy will explore the unique and untold stories of ordinary people.

  70. The Invisible Woman

    70.The Invisible Woman

    Regardless of background, education, skills, status, class or professional path, once a woman hits 50, she vanishes; her access to opportunity is limited and she is gradually excluded from fully participating in society until she disappears. Is this happening to you too? The Invisible Woman is a research and awareness project produced by Just Gold Digital Agency to create awareness on an urgent global syndrome affecting women over 50 years old.

  71. Know Or Not?

    71.Know Or Not?

    A Singapore narrative podcast that explores local artists & artisans. Hosted by Kenn Delbridge, each episode tells a story of where contemporary art and craft meet. Hear from the best Creators, Musicians, Crafters, Poets, Writers, Foodies, and more.

  72. Let’s Talk About It!

    72.Let’s Talk About It!

    Are you a free thinker? Often called a conspiracy theorist? Someone who thinks outside the box? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then this is the place for you! Come and enjoy conversations with me, about everything up under the sun and more💙💡💙 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/constant-growth/support

  73. Luppie Lesbian

    73.Luppie Lesbian

    Life of a Lesbian Woman living in a Pre/Post Pandemic with Lupus/Fibro. I love to spill the tea on Lupus, Lust, Love, and living as a Disabled Woman of Color during a Pre/PostPandemic.

  74. Invisible Asia series

    74.Invisible Asia series

    Synopsis: The Invisible Asia Podcast is a special edition series in which The Straits Times casts the spotlight on people and communities living in the shadows of their societies where they exist largely unseen and unheard of. Podcasters: Tan Jia Ning, Magdalene Fung and ST Foreign desk Produced by podcast editor Ernest Luis and podcast producer Adam Azlee, The Straits Times, SPH Media Trust.

  75. In Trust

    75.In Trust

    A hundred and fifty years ago, the Osage Nation bought a stretch of prairie the size of Delaware, in what's now Oklahoma. The Osage owned the land and everything beneath it. Today, much of present-day Osage County has left Osage hands. In some cases, appropriation was swift and brutal: Dozens of Osages were murdered for their share of lucrative mineral rights to this oil-rich land, a period often referred to as the Reign of Terror. But other transfers of wealth played out more subtly—dollar by dollar and acre by acre, over decades—helped along by policies created by the US government. Learn more and follow our listener guides at bloomberg.com/intrust.

  76. Integrative Lawyers of the World

    76.Integrative Lawyers of the World

    Welcome to Integrative Lawyers of the World. It's time for a new way of practicing law. A way that honors our interconnectedness and values what's really important, our core values - generosity, integrity, authenticity. If you agree, you are not alone. There is a global integrative law movement that is transformational, impactful, fun. It's time to grow because the world needs us. So, we are interviewing lawyers from around the world who share their experiences as integrative lawyers. One by one and together we can and we are making a positive impact. Join us along with host Kerry Raleigh for thought provoking discussions from some of the lawyers and advocates on the forefront of the Integrative Law Movement. Learn more at https://www.integrativelaw.com -Opinions are those of the interviewees and do not necessarily represent the Integrative Law Movement

  77. Serum


    Episodes for Serum

  78. Global Health Voices

    78.Global Health Voices

    Welcome to Global Voice, a weekly podcast that interviews frontline healthcare workers from around the world. Hosted by Malick Gaye, each episode introduces a new healthcare worker who is challenging health disparities in their communities. Often working in active conflict zones or areas with little-to-no access to medical care, our guest's lifesaving work will provide you a new perspective to global health challenges.

  79. Queer Not Here

    79.Queer Not Here

    Queer Not Here is a podcast documenting stories of LGBTQ Malaysians who have migrated away from Malaysia. The series explores the reasons why they left, how they see Malaysia now and what their hopes are for the LGBT community in Malaysia. Hosted by Nez. Content warning for homophobia and transphobia.

  80. Being23


    Just a podcast of an unemployed 23 year trying to figure out life and what to do with it

  81. Secrets of the Raknus Selu Trail

    81.Secrets of the Raknus Selu Trail

    Welcome to AXN Asia's Secrets of the Raknus Selu Trail, a four-part podcast series that chronicles the Hakka trail of Taiwan's most iconic exports that is also a cultural and industrial link to the world. Follow our 2 incredible hosts, Chris and Danny, as they discover this new gem destination and uncover the beauty of the Raknus Selu Trail, including delicious Hakka cuisines and heartwarming stories of the Hakka heritage to unveil the Hakka culture to the world!

  82. Elizabeth the First

    82.Elizabeth the First

    In a world where “influence” equals follower counts and likes, there was one woman who, over the course of her career and half a century before, defined the meaning of influence and transformed its power. She went the distance by living a remarkable life beyond the dazzle - breaking ground as the first true influencer. Her name? Elizabeth Taylor. Narrated by Katy Perry, Elizabeth the First is a 10-episode podcast series exploring the life of Elizabeth Taylor as Hollywood icon, mother, wife, entrepreneur, advocate… and influencer. "Sumptuously produced" - The Toronto Star Elizabeth the First is produced by Imperative Entertainment in association with House of Taylor and Kitty Purry Productions. Executive producers are Katy Perry, Jason Hoch, and Stephanie Koff. Elizabeth the First is narrated by Katy Perry, produced by Jason Hoch, and written by Stephanie Koff. Sound Engineering and audio editing by Shaine Freeman and Jason Hoch. House of Taylor Trustees are Quinn Tivey, Tim Mendelson, and Barbara Berkowitz, and its Brand Strategy Consultant is Erin Dawkins. Marshall Eskowitz and Carey Schwartz of Sunset Blvd serve as Producing Partners and represent House of Taylor for Elizabeth Taylor licensing and content opportunities. Jasha Klebe wrote and composed the original score. Additional music provided by Rhys Tivey. Photo Credit: Elizabeth Taylor, ©BertSternTrust photographed by Bert Stern. Cover art and design by Jeana Sullivan. If you’d like to support The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, visit http://elizabethtayloraidsfoundation.org. And, if you’d like to go deeper into the world of Elizabeth Taylor, keep an eye out for the first authorized biography about her life. Elizabeth Taylor: the Grit & Glamour of an Icon by #1 New York Times bestselling author Kate Andersen Brower will be out on December 6.

  83. The Indonesianists

    83.The Indonesianists

    In this series we talk with scholars who have dedicated a significant amount of their life to help other people understand about Indonesia. This is not an academic discussion, rather, we chat about their interests, their personal life and views, and their hopes about Indonesia.

  84. Gaia Unexplained

    84.Gaia Unexplained

    What hidden histories could help humanity evolve? Join leading experts across disciplines to explore revelations of modern science in relation to misunderstood messages of antiquity and obscured events throughout Earth’s history. Unearth lost truths about suppressed technologies, advanced beings, government programs, and how this revolutionary information can change humanity’s destiny. To learn even more go to www.gaiaunexplained.com where you can watch interviews, movies, and original series.

  85. Sportsmen's Empire - Turkey Hunting

    85.Sportsmen's Empire - Turkey Hunting

    The Sportsmen's Empire Turkey Hunting feed is a collection of strictly turkey hunting related episodes from all of your favorite Sportsmen's Empire podcasters. Topics discussed on these episodes include turkey hunting strategy, tips and tactics, wild turkey conservation efforts, and turkey calling tips from wold champion turkey callers. Whether you live in the deep south or the great white north, if you love hunting wild turkey in the spring or fall, this is the feed for you. Gobble! GOBBLE!

  86. Operation ALLIANCE: 2002 Bali Bombings

    86.Operation ALLIANCE: 2002 Bali Bombings

    October 12, 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the Bali bombings - an event which forever shaped the lives of many Australians and ultimately shaped the future of the Australian Federal Police. This four-part podcast series takes you inside the joint AFP-INP (Indonesian National Police) investigation known as Operation ALLIANCE and how it changed the landscape for international police collaboration, how it changed the AFP, and how it changed the lives of those men and women involved. Learn more about Operation ALLIANCE: afp.gov.au/bali.

  87. Vox Vulgaris

    87.Vox Vulgaris

    The common voice. I like stuff, lots of stuff and I want to explore some of that stuff with you. I am not an intellectual, I am you.

  88. The Leadership Range

    88.The Leadership Range

    As a soulful leader and perceptive coach, Neil Edwards works at the intersection of leadership, relationships, well-being, and inclusion. He specializes in increasing the capacity, capability, and range of leaders, teams, and organizational systems to be more relationally intelligent, positive, productive, and change agile, and he’s bringing all of that to his podcast, the Leadership Range. Tune in for a new episode every Monday, wherever you listen to podcasts.

  89. TalkingPFAS


    Talking PFAS contamination with those who live on or near it; with a wide range of experts who study PFAS and its health effects; with those who have worked with this toxic chemical; with those who are trying to remove it from the environment & people, and with the politicians and Government who have the power to fix this problem

  90. King Kong Consciousness

    90.King Kong Consciousness

    Drop a 5 star review and share the message- Dr. Umar Johnson

  91. Made of Armenians

    91.Made of Armenians

    A series that interviews the incredible, influential, and inspirational Armenians among us. Listen to their stories as we explore the people who share our history and inspire our future.

  92. 12 Most Influential In Green Energy

    92.12 Most Influential In Green Energy

    EVNick And Martyn Lee interview the 12 most influential people and companies in the green space of electric cars and energy! These may be names you have heard of before or secret gems the pair have picked out.

  93. The Book of Baraka

    93.The Book of Baraka

    “When I become mayor, we become mayor.”  Ras Baraka’s famous words speak to exactly who he is as a leader - a fiercely loyal member of his community. In this innovative and ground-breaking Audible Original, hear how Baraka - the mayor of Newark, New Jersey - grew from spoken-word artist to school principal to successful politician. Mixing prose and poetry, musical interludes and powerful soliloquies, Ras explores his life in-depth, including stories about his father, poet Amiri Baraka, and his personal encounters with jazz singer Nina Simone and hip-hop superstar Lauryn Hill - who famously featured him on her debut album. This is the story of how one man found his voice - and how each of us can find our own calling. Baraka’s story begins at home in Newark. He was raised in a house of art and politics, passion and provocation. His father was one of the most influential and controversial poets of the 1970s and filled his home with ardent activists, lively debates, and conversations unlike any on his block - a powerful combination that influences him to this day.  Baraka’s story is a deeply personal history that reflects a generation and a movement, vividly capturing a tumultuous period of political and social struggle and ultimately, boundless hope and renewal. The tale is co-authored by acclaimed writer Jelani Cobb, a staff writer at The New Yorker and a professor at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. Experience this exclusive, first-of-its kind telling of Baraka's journey from poet to principal to peacemaker, through his own powerful, inspiring words. Special thanks for the use of "Newark: The Slow Road Back" Written and Produced by Sandra King 1987. Author: Ras Baraka Author: Jelani Cobb Associate Producer: Rachel Pilgrim Associate Producer: Aja Simpson Cast: Ras Baraka, Jelani Cobb Composer: Stefon Harris Editor: Julie Piñero Executive Producer: Christopher John Farley Executive Producer: Julie Piñero Executive Producer: The New Jersey Performing Arts Center Sound Design, Mix & Master: Maxwell Smith Acquisition and Development: Louise Quayle VP of Audible Studios: Mike Charzuk Editor-in-Chief, Audible Original Publishing: David Blum

  94. gender inequality

    94.gender inequality

    “There is no limit to what we, as women, can accomplish.” -Michelle Obama

  95. 95.Orbit Mzansi: Soweto

    Orbit Mzansi: Soweto covers people, stories, history, lifestyle and society in the Township of Soweto.

  96. You Don't Know Me

    96.You Don't Know Me

    Virginia Trioli peels back the public persona of some of Australia’s biggest names - what they love, the road not taken and the things they do only when the cameras and microphones are off.

  97. Strange Stories UK

    97.Strange Stories UK

    true crime, mysteries, strange stories, stories,paranormal, UK, I try to be factual and not give too many opinions. Podcasts are 'low fi' with out any editing.

  98. Surviving Love

    98.Surviving Love

    The late 60’s and early 70’s was a time for free love, peace and change. People sought out religious communities and like minded individuals to share in these experiences. The Children of God became a worldwide phenomenon. With a foundation based on Christianity, the sermons quickly shifted to an extreme. One of their biggest “selling features” of the group was that they cherished and loved the children as God would. But David Berg’s definition of love was much different. As abuse intensified, leadership demands were harder and harder to meet. Self preservation was the only thing that mattered. And now they are Surviving Love.

  99. What We Made of Chaos

    99.What We Made of Chaos

    authentic back stories

  100. Symptomatic: A Medical Mystery Podcast

    100.Symptomatic: A Medical Mystery Podcast

    How terrifying would it be to fight an unknown enemy? One you don’t recognize and didn’t see coming? What if that enemy was coming from within; a disease that even doctors couldn’t identify? Nearly half of all Americans suffer from some chronic illness and many struggle for an accurate diagnosis. Each week on Symptomatic, host Lauren Bright Pacheco unravels the medical mystery of a patient’s baffling symptoms and explores how their lives were turned upside down in search of answers. From the first signs of trouble, through a swirl of misdirection and failed treatment attempts, to the final relief at a confirmed diagnosis - these are their stories. This is Symptomatic.

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