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No PodCast de Vídeo de Natan Rufino você encontrará mensagens sobre assuntos diversificados. Sempre com abundante base bíblica o irmão Natan se esforça por apresentar uma perspectiva firme e confiável das Escrituras a respeito do assunto abordado. Natan Rufino é casado com Ana Gaia e exerce um ministério de ensino da Palavra de Deus desde 1991 após ter sido milagrosamente curado de esquizofrenia. Após um período hospitalizado e quase um ano de remédios controlados, a revelação da Palavra de ...
 
A Biweekly podcast from The Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey. Twice a month, we'll talk with priests, thought leaders, authors and more about what's going on in our communities, our country, and our world from a uniquely Episcopal perspective. No prior experience necessary--along the way, we'll bring us all up to speed on the deep traditions and modern outlook of The Episcopal Church, and seek ways to be the best, most positive disciples of Jesus Christ we can. We hope you'll join us for this ...
 
Jack the Giant-Killer, Tom Thumb, Goldilocks and The Three Bears, Henny Penny, Dick Whittington, The Three Little Pigs, Red Riding Hood and a host of immortal characters are found in this delightful collection of English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs. The book made its first appearance in 1890 and has remained a firm favorite with both young and old ever since. Fairy tales have traditionally emanated from France and Germany. The famous compilations by La Fontaine and the Brothers Grimm have o ...
 
Join us, Alex and Emily, as we share our exciting new podcast, looking at London's history in a relaxed and entertaining way. As Tourist Guides, we share our passion for the city with you in a chatty and fun podcast, looking at the weird, wonderful and unknown in this huge, ancient place we call home.
 
A Democratic Socialist’s Almanac is a podcast exploring all things relevant to Socialism today, from the latest scholarship regarding the socialist tradition to socialist reflections on our current moment and where to go from here. Below is a partial prospectus with a subject by subject bibliography. Written by Lelyn R. Masters with a Memphis Music Soundtrack by Harry Koniditsiotis Marx’s Epicurianism Fusaro, Diego. Marx, Epicurus, and the Origins of Historical Materialism. Permanent Press, ...
 
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Welcome to the Windmill! Where all the excitement took place during WW2. Faced with a flop of a theatre, Laura Henderson and Vivien Van Damm created the most titillating of theatre, using *gasp* naked women on stage. This was not, however, welcomed, and VD had to be sneaky to get the licence to carry on with the show. We find out what happened to t…
 
We're celebrating one year! So we have a special guest, friend of the pod Lee Ingleby, to come in for a wine-augmented chat about all things pod, and test our London knowledge! We have a little chat about how the podcast started and how Emily and Alex met, and then Lee has written us a tricky little quiz to see how much we know about London. It is …
 
All hands to the deck today, as we take a listener request for a location, the Russell Hotel, now known as the Kempton Fitzroy. Why is this hotel so interesting? Well there is more than one massive link to the ill fated Titanic, and we are going to find out what those links are. We also check out the local area of Russell Square, investigate anothe…
 
Hey fashion police, this one's for you! On this week's episode we take a look at one of the oddest laws around, the Elizabethan sumptuary laws which governed who could where what and when. Literally making it illegal for you to look good. The cheek! Why on earth was it illegal for people other than the royal family to wear purple silk, how was the …
 
On this week's episode, we have two guests, Lottie and Fiona, as Alex is not public appropriate right now. With Emily, our guests attack the topic of the Beefsteak club with gusto, getting stuck in to one of the weirdest clubs in London's history...although we touch on a couple of other strange ones en route. Plus we find out who won the Podcast Pe…
 
We've had a slight change of topic this week, so we are taking a look at one of Alex's icons, Margot Fonteyn. Now if the thought of ballet puts you off, never fear - this is a story that will certainly give you something to think about. Who would have thought a dainty, sweet girl from Surrey would end up involved in a coup in central America?! We t…
 
How do you make a tunnel interesting? Well luckily, this week's subject, the Thames tunnel needs no help at all. We take a look at how the first tunnel under a river anywhere in the world is so much more than just a tunnel, how we nearly lost one of Britain's greatest ever engineers, and how you can still travel through this tunnel today. Plus we f…
 
Oooh, Kitty Fisher, you scandalous thing! This week we take a look at one of London's most celebrated Georgian women, the courtesan, harlot, and most talked about women of 18thC London. Part of the booming Georgian sex trade, Kitty Fisher was a master of self publicity and charm, making her one of the most famous women of the age. We take a look at…
 
The star of the show this week is the utterly fantastic Jack Sheppard - small time crook and petty villain, who got a huge following and famous reputation as a regular jailbreaker from some of London's most famous prisons! How did he do it? Did he really goad the guards who had him locked up? Find out more about him here Plus we find out who won th…
 
This week we are on the trail of a spy princess, the incredible Noor Inayat Khan. She came to England in 1944 and joined the war effort as a spy, heading behind enemy lines and risking her life to broadcast information back to the UK. Will she make it out alive? Why was a pacifist Muslim woman prepared to go and risk everything during WW2? Find out…
 
It's party time! We've left behind the gruesome stories of last week and headed nearby to the South Bank area to find out about the Festival of Britain. Was there really an alien spaceship hovering over London? Why were people so amazed by the cinema there? And for us Blue Badge Guides, is this where it all started? Find out all about it here. Plus…
 
One of London's most curious bits of history this week, as we talk about London's necrotrain - a train designed to transport London's dead, plus their mourners, out to a green leafy cemetery about 25 miles out of London. Was there really an option for coffins to travel in different classes? Emily is very worries about catering - were there sandwich…
 
The goth guide lives up to her reputation today by picking a devastating explosion and jail break in Clerkenwell on this week's podcast. How do a white ball, a barrel full of dynamite, and a serial jail breaker all come together? Find out all the exciting details behind the 1867 Clerkenwell prison explosion! Plus we find out who won the Podcast Ped…
 
We're going underground! Not to the famous London underground, oh no. We are going for one of London's secret tunnels which used to house the almost mythical postal rail system which transported mail across London under the busy streets. Did they really use to shoot people down through tunnels using a vacuum system? How long did this secret railway…
 
Welcome to the animal special! Emily delves in to one of Alex's favourite childhood authors, Beatrix Potter, and tries not to ruin Peter Rabbit for everyone! We take a look at her life and loves, and try not to freak out about the demise of the family rabbit... Plus we find out who won the Podcast Pedestal and Emily gets her sweaty hands on the whe…
 
We're trotting off around the world this week with another phenomenal woman, Isabella Lucy Bird, who Alex kinda loves. We find out how a spinal tumour led her to become a best selling travel writer, and what she got up to well into her 70s. Plus we find out who won the Podcast Pedestal and Emily gets her sweaty hands on the wheel again for another …
 
Hello fopdoodles! This week we are taking a look at the original collector of unusual words, Dr Samuel Johnson, and his English dictionary. What common word did he leave out, whilst including a very random other word? And what particular ailment did he have that would have raised eyebrows? Emily is answering those questions and many more in this we…
 
Ding ding, the bells the bells are calling. We are heading east this week to Whitechapel, home of the renowned Whitechapel Bell Foundry, where bells such as Big Ben and the Liberty Bell were forged. But the story of Big Ben's arrival is not as simple as you might imagine... Plus we find out who won the Podcast Pedestal and Emily gets her sweaty han…
 
Bash the cymbals and crash those drums, we are heading to Soho for a bit of rock music history. Denmark street is the centre of all the excitement, and we are going to take a look at what makes this street in London quite so special. Plus we find out who won the Podcast Pedestal and Emily gets her sweaty hands on the wheel again for another chance …
 
Ladies, unite! Unite under a bridge and check out how dirty it is underneath. Because we are here for the ladies' input this week, as we take a look at Waterloo Bridge and find out if there is any truth to the often quoted rumour that this was built by women during WW2. We also take a look at the nearby impressive Somerset House and find out why it…
 
This week's podcast is acted out entirely in mime as we talk about Charlie Chaplin, who lived for some of his life in Lambeth. We take a look at his life, loves and career, plus we find out why he got banned from America, and the strange story of what happened to his body after he died. Plus we find out who won the Podcast Pedestal and Emily gets h…
 
Alex takes the lead this week, and she has picked the fascinating and ultimately tragic Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire. Groomed for a life at the absolute peak of society, her match in a husband was horribly mis-cast, and he soon started a string of affairs with her friends, leading to a pretty catastrophic ultimatum. Find out more here. Plus we …
 
Hold on to your party pants, we are going dress shopping for a coronation. This week Emily is talking all about Normal Hartnell, the iconic royal dress designer, famous for designing both the wedding dress and coronation gown for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. Find out more about this fascinating man here, including how some brown cows started the mo…
 
This week, Alex is thrilled to talk about Angela Burdett-Coutts, and it's her favourite podcast to date. We chat about the wonderfully unique Angela, who inherited a ton of money then spent her whole life giving it away! Friends with Charles Dickens and Queen Victoria, she scandalised society (not to mention changing her whole life) when she marrie…
 
Ah Emily. Another week, another opportunity to get stuck in with the grime, the dark, and the deaths. This week we are off to...erm...well, everywhere in London actually! It's the Great Smog of 1952, which hung over London and caused all manner of chaos and suffering. So as you can imagine, Emily is LOVING IT. Join us to find out more about this fr…
 
Well that's not a snappy title, is it?! This week we are off to Greenwich, and it is Alex who was the lucky winner of this most coveted of locations. She has picked to talk about John Harrison, his marine chronometers, the prime meridian and the wonderfully named Sir Cloudsley Shovell. Who he? Find out in this week's episode. Plus we find out who w…
 
Hello podcats! You'll be thrilled to know we are taking a detour from the darker side of London's history, and we are brightening the mood with a chat about the glorious Ellen Terry, one of London's most famous actors. We take a look at her life, loves and legacy as one of the 19thC's foremost Shakespearean actors. Plus we find out who won the Podc…
 
Welcome back, everyone! We're continuing our march into the darker bits of London with a look at Bethlehem hospital, better known as Bedlam. We take a look at the history behind this infamous hospital and why the name Bedlam has been adopted into day to day language. TRIGGER WARNING - we are talking about mental health, and will be using some words…
 
Welcome back, podcats! This week is the turn of Emily, and she is taking us over to Bloomsbury to take a look at the story of one of literature's most influential writers, Virginia Woolf. We find out why she was such an amazing writer, how she got an education when girls were routinely overlooked for learning, and her friendships and love affairs. …
 
Welcome to this week's episode, where we are making a stop at Whitechapel to visit Joseph Merrick, as so many people during the Victorian era did. He is otherwise known as the 'elephant man', due to his facial growths and the story given to his birth by the showman of the 'freak' show he was part of. His is an incredible story, although not the che…
 
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