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A podcast that focuses on bringing you uplifting stories each Monday so that you can start your week off on a high note. Listen and subscribe on your favorite platform and visit Happy Munday on the web at http://www.happymunday.online Submit story ideas to happymundaypodcast@gmail.com Buy swag at TeePublic http://tee.pub/lic/BJSoL54D87k Photo by Lidya Nada on Unsplash Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/happy-munday-podcast/support
 
Now you can LISTEN to the Jewish News! Brought to you every week by Jewish News, the UK’s most-read Jewish newspaper, The JN Podcast delivers the latest news and sharpest debates, celebrity guests, culture and sport. Our packed half-hour show is available to listen to and download every Friday at http://jewishnews.co.uk and via Jewish News Daily – our email newsletter sent to almost 20,000 subscribers every day. Jewish News editor Richard Ferrer says: “The team and I look forward to bringing ...
 
The MeadMakr Podcast is your home for All Things Mead. In each episode we bring you news, interviews, and guides to help make your mead better. The MeadMakr Podcast is hosted by two regular guys, Allen and Tysen, who like you want to learn the secrets of making great mead. Discover with them how you can take a simple ingredient like honey and turn it into the world's oldest known alcoholic beverage, mead. The process to make mead is easy, but we bring you the experts in the community to help ...
 
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nextSTL began as the St. Louis Urban Workshop in 2009. Since then, the site has continued to evolve. Incorporating more voices across more platforms to tell the story, past, present, & future, of St. Louis. The evolution of Facebook and Twitter has changed the discussion, and the process of writing about urban and civic issues. Conferences, events, appearances by nextSTL contributors on radio and television, we’ve done, and will continue to do it all. Now it’s time to launch the Future Great ...
 
Disney news and interviews, cocktails and conversation. Join hosts Tim Callaway and Anthony Reynolds as they take an irreverent look at all things Disney. Then listen to the MCL’s legacy episodes (2012-2018) as Tim talks with Disney artists, Imagineers, animators, authors and even a few Disney Legends about Disney movies, music, books, television, theme parks and history. From Mickey Mouse to Moana, Disneyland to Walt Disney World, Pinocchio to Pixar, it's always good times and great convers ...
 
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Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com The Gospel of Luke reveals several insights regarding how we proclaim the Good News: we do it together; we go with the Christ’s blessing; we carry out the Lord’s task and let people make their own choice. Mass Readings – Feast of St. Luke, Evangelist *************** Catholic Inspiration Archives St. Luke…pra…
 
OLEKSANDR USYK turned in a performance loaded with class and style to defeat Anthony Joshua last weekend. But what was it like to witness that from ringside? Is he that good or was Joshua that bad? What’s next for the winner and can the loser come back? These questions and many more are answered as we take a deep dive into one of the most impressiv…
 
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com St. Paul addresses the ongoing challenge of temptation we all face with the hope we have in Christ. It’s a spiritual battle, but one that we face everyday with the grace and strength of God. Mass Readings – Friday of the 29th Week of the Year *************** Catholic Inspiration Archives St. Pope John Paul II…pray f…
 
Photo by Jill Wellington on Pexels.com St. Paul speaks about how God’s grace transforms our lives and leads us on a path of sanctification, the lifelong process where Christ makes us ready for Heaven. Mass Readings – Thursday of the 29th Week of the Year *************** Catholic Inspiration ArchivesFr. Andrew Ricci による
 
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com St. Paul addresses how the grace of Jesus frees us, not to sin but to become slaves of the righteousness of God. As a result, we have an insight into freedom: Christ frees us not to do whatever we want, but to do what is good, holy and true! Mass Readings – Wednesday of the 29th Week of the Year *************** Cathol…
 
TWO issues lead the way this week. Firstly, the old favourite: Pay-per-view. Eddie Hearn recently confirmed that PPV will find its way to DAZN to provoke the questions, What constitutes PPV, is it unavoidable and, more generally, what makes a good boxing show? Secondly, Deontay Wilder’s decision to belatedly congratulate his conqueror, Tyson Fury, …
 
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com St. Paul offers a contrast between the sin of Adam and the redemption we have in Jesus Christ, thus providing us with a view of the world that is both realistic and hopeful. Mass Readings – Tuesday of the 29th Week of the Year *************** Catholic Inspiration Archives St. John de Bréfeuf and St. Isaac Jogues…pray …
 
Photo by S Migaj on Pexels.com Let’s review some of the themes we find in the readings for the 30th Sunday of the Year. 1st Reading – Jeremiah 31:7-9 God’s power is revealed as the Lord delivers, gathers, consoles and leads the people. The people respond with joy, praise, exultation and hope. Psalm – 126:1-6 “The Lord has done great things for us; …
 
Photo by SHVETS production on Pexels.com The Lord takes a teachable moment and shows the disciples how greatness in Heaven is manifested by our service for others here on earth. Mass Readings – 29th Sunday of the Year *************** Catholic Inspiration ArchivesFr. Andrew Ricci による
 
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com We learn more about Abraham’s faith in the Letter to the Romans, inspired to search our hearts for any obstacles that are keeping us from Christ. May we cast these stumbling blocks to the foot of the Cross! Mass Readings – Saturday of the 28th Week of the Year *************** Catholic Inspiration Archives St. Hedwig…
 
Photo by MART PRODUCTION on Pexels.com St. Paul shows how Abraham’s example reveals the power of faith for all who follow God. Mass Readings – Friday of the 28th Week of the Year *************** Catholic Inspiration Archives St. Teresa of Jesus…pray for us!Fr. Andrew Ricci による
 
Activist and campaigner Gershon Baskin tells Michael Daventry how he worked behind the scenes to secure the release of Gilad Shalit, the young IDF corporal who was released from captivity in Gaza a decade ago this week. Baskin recounts how he worked Hamas and Mossad backchannels and tells us about the man Gilad Shalit has become today.…
 
Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com St. Paul shows in his Letter to the Romans how all people have sinned and are in need of God’s grace. This is the Good News that we have to share with one another today! Mass Readings – Thursday of the 28th Week of the Year *************** Catholic Inspiration Archives St. Callistus…pray for us!…
 
TYSON FURY and Deontay Wilder cemented their names, and their rivalry, on the walls of boxing history last weekend when they unleashed the mother of all heavyweight slugfests. That classic encounter is reviewed in detail. But what next for Fury after such a high? And can Wilder come again following another punishing loss? Legacy, psychology and spo…
 
This week’s Jewish News Podcast debates the belated sacking by Bristol University of David Miller, the professor who accused Jewish students of being “pawns of a racist regime engaged in ethnic cleansing”. Joining presenter Richard Ferrer are Baroness Ruth Deech, chief executive of Campaign Against Antisemitism,Gideon Falter and president of Bristo…
 
DEONTAY WILDER is without a win in two outings with Tyson Fury so, whichever way you look at it, the ‘Bronze Bomber’ has an almighty task heading into part three. Alex Steedman and Matt Christie preview the third heavyweight encounter, explain what each must do to win, and make their predictions. The weekend’s domestic clashes - Liam Smith-Anthony …
 
Political editor Lee Harpin and news editor Justin Cohen discuss the highs and lows of Sir Keir Starmer’s first full Labour conference at the helm. We also get the views of party chair Annelise Dodds, shadow culture secretary Jo Stevens, NEC member Luke Akehurst and Jewish Labour Movement chair Mike Katz.…
 
ANTHONY JOSHUA is in a confident mood ahead of his mouth-watering heavyweight clash with the unbeaten Oleksandr Usyk. We hear from Joshua as he heads into what would appear his hardest fight on paper since he fought Wladimir Klitschko in 2017. Usyk, however, is unquestionably embarking on the toughest test of his entire career and the feeling is th…
 
FORTY years ago we had one of the greatest fights of all time, Sugar Ray Leonard-Thomas Hearns, and this weekend we had the worst: Vitor Belfort-Evander Holyfield. Matt Christie and Alex Steedman examine how and why a 58-year-old Holyfield was allowed to come back, address that increasingly murky ‘exhibition’ word and hope beyond hope that this lat…
 
Jerusalem deputy mayor Fleur Hassan-Nahoum and former Bahrain Ambassador to the US Houda Nonoo reflect on the first year of the Abraham Accords and what's still to come. We also hear from former defence secretary Liam Fox about his decision to head a new UK group to promote the Accords. Hosted by Mike Daventry…
 
Three Jewish New Yorkers - emergency services volunteer Benjamin Diamond, Twin Towers office worker Ari Schonbrun and Rabbi Joseph Potasnik - recount their memories of September 11, 2001, a day that changed their world. Hosted by Michael DaventryJewish News による
 
OSCAR VALDEZ will fight this weekend despite a banned substance being discovered in a recent PED test. Matt Christie and Alex Steedman attempt to make some sense of what on the surface appears shambolic situation. Josh Warrington’s anti-climactic rematch with Mauricio Lara is analysed alongside the rest of the Leeds bill. This Week In History remem…
 
With the High Holy Days returning to a semblance of normality but Covid still very much with us, Rabbis Alex Chapper, Debbie Young-Sommers and Alby Chai discuss what shul-goers can expect and the impact of this unprecedented period. Hosted by Francine WolfiszJewish News による
 
MUCH of the discussion this week centres around Josh Warrington, his balls of steel, and the danger that awaits as he again takes on Mauricio Lara this weekend, just seven months after the Mexican turned his career upside down. The different outcomes are explored alongside what both need to do to win. It promises to be a fascinating encounter. Befo…
 
Hours before the terrorist attacks on Kabul airport, Afghan-born Cllr Peymana Assad, MP Tom Tugendhat and World Jewish Relief CEO Paul Anticoni discuss the desperate rush to rescue vulnerable Afghans and the Jewish community’s efforts to support those fleeing the TalibanJewish News による
 
The Polish government says historians are getting it wrong about the Holocaust. It’s using its hold over parliament and the courts to push its own narrative — which has even caused the worst diplomatic spat with Israel in history. Is it possible to change course now? With Professor Jan Grabowski, Lord Pickles, Nadav Eyal and Baroness Deech…
 
AS Manny Pacquiao prepares to take on Yordenis Ugas in a top drawer welterweight contest, David Haye is getting ready to take on Joe Fournier in a ludicrous bout masquerading as a real fight. But who is to blame for the current invasion of pantomime-style encounters like Haye-Fournier? Matt Christie and Alex Steedman look at the trend and wonder wh…
 
Is the growing political left-right divide rendering our community unleadable? Joining host Richard Ferrer to debate this week’s Jewish News front page investigation into Anglo-Jewry’s future direction are Yachad director Hannah Weisfeld, Labour councillor and member of the Board of Deputies’ defence division Nathan Boroda and former Zionist Federa…
 
BOXING was a revelation at the Olympic Games. John Dennen joins Alex Steedman and Matt Christie to reveal his Tokyo highlights, star performances and overall best boxer with a nod to what the future holds. Kid Galahad turned in a career-best performance to again beat James ‘Jazza’ Dickens at Fight Camp II while exhibiting the skills that could take…
 
Tim and Anthony review "Jungle Cruise," then take a hard turn into the "Pirates of the Caribbean" and "Jumanji" movies. They also discuss Disneyland's new Magic Key program, Scarlett Johansson's fight with Disney over "Black Widow," and Walt Disney World's upcoming Galactic Starcruiser experience. www.TheMouseCastle.com…
 
Danny Stone, CEO of the Antisemitism Policy Trust, Benjamin Cohen, CEO of Pink News and Imran Ahmad, founding CEO of the Centre for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) join host, Jewish News editor Richard Ferrer, to discuss this week’s shocking CCDH report which found Facebook, Twitter and TikTok ignore 84% of reported anti-Jewish racism on their platf…
 
AFTER a break from the normal weekly show there’s lots to discuss, not least the ever curious excellence of Joe Joyce. The heavyweight’s win over Carlos Takam is reviewed, so too Joyce’s place in the division and the problems he faces to progress. Leigh Wood halting Xu Can in 12 rounds was the biggest story from the first Fight Camp while Kid Galah…
 
YORK HALL - the spiritual home of british boxing. Join us on an atmospheric deep-dive into the magic of the old venue that’s provided fight fans of all ages with so many special memories. From its 1929 opening as public baths in which Londoners would wash, right through to the present day - via visits from the likes of Tapia and Lomachenko - this a…
 
What do "Jungle Cruise" starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt and the Titanic have in common? Hopefully, not a lot, other than Tim and Anthony talk about them both on today's episode. They also review "Behind the Attraction" on Disney+ and discuss Disney moving 2,000 jobs from California to Florida. www.TheMouseCastle.com…
 
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