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Sting, Stang, Stung is a podcast for students, by students. We touch on events at Choctaw High School to pop culture moments. From time to time we will have a guest from Choctaw/Nicoma Park Schools that includes Sports, Fine arts and Academics.
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Listen as undercover detective Colin Mclaren infiltrates the Australian mafia for 37 months. Eventually bringing them down and stopping mafia from drug conspiracies, murders and mayhem. Colin takes you inside the life of an undercover cop who’s sole purpose is to find the bomber of the National Crime Authority building in Adelaide, which killed police officer Geoffrey Bowen and changed Australia's innocence forever. Mclaren takes us through the journey that eventually bought justice for his ...
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A few teenagers talk about relatively controversial subjects. A series created by the Class President of Mesquite High School, Seun Suberu. Only intelligent conversation in a controlled setting. If you have any remarks please leave a comment down below. Don't be afraid to suggest discussion topics!
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Composer, singer, actor, author, and activist: Sting has won universal acclaim in all these roles, but he defies easy labeling. Join renowned music journalist Anthony DeCurtis and Sting at the Apple Store as they explore his indelible solo career, including his most recent release, "Sting: 25 Years"–the definitive box set collection, his current Back to Bass Tour, and an exciting new project.
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Hosted by Josh Bassett and Tom Cruse, the Any Sting Goes Podcast is a light-hearted look into the day-to-day life behind-the-scenes of professional rugby club Wasps. Throughout the season we'll be bringing on a series of special guests, discussing hot topics, we'll also be inviting you to get involved along the way by asking questions on social media. While we'll be adding in some competitions too!
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Radio Stingray is a monthly podcast brought to you by the Maritime Union of Australia Sydney Branch. It continues the legacy of generations of maritime workers communicating with each other using the latest platforms. The podcast is designed to be entertaining and informative with industrial rounds, reports by Officials and rank and filers, campaign updates, upcoming events, and special features. Bringing news and information from a working class perspective on matters important to workers i ...
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An album-by-album rewatch of Sting's career with The Police and beyond. We mostly make fun of people and laugh at our own dumb jokes, but sometimes we say smart stuff. New episodes every Monday morning until we get through all of his albums (god help us with the more recent stuff). Talk to us about Sting on the internet with #JazzDadsShips. Also, check out our dumb show about Billy Joel, "We Didn't Start the Podcast."
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On this month’s episode, host Nicole Flattery is joined by writer Gavin Corbett to read and discuss Rebecca Ivory’s short story, ‘Arrivals’ originally published in Issue 45 Volume 2, Winter 2021-2. The story was written as part of the ‘One Night Stands’ project, curated by Thomas Morris, for which Rebecca and three other writers were asked to write…
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On this month’s episode, host Nicole Flattery is joined by Dean Fee and Emily Cooper to discuss their work as writers and editors of The Pig's Back. Read and discussed on the podcast are Danielle McLaughlin’s short story, 'Night of the Silver Fox’ originally published in Issue 23, Volume 2 of The Stinging Fly, and Mathew Sweeney's poem, 'Donegal', …
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Got a story that could give us the Chills? email it to us at thechills@podshape.com, DM us on Instagram or Tik Tok @thechillspod "The Chills" is not your average ghost story podcast. It's a collection of real, raw, and riveting tales straight from your DMs. Every episode dives deep into the eerie, unexplained, and outright weird experiences that ha…
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On this month’s episode, host Nicole Flattery is joined by writer Claire-Louise Bennett to read and discuss Lucy Sweeney Byrne’s short story, ‘To Cure a Body’ originally published in Issue 35, Volume 2, a special Fear & Fantasy issue, guested edited by Mia Gallagher. You can access the story here. Claire-Louise Bennett grew up in Wiltshire and stud…
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On this month’s episode, host Nicole Flattery is joined by writer Sheena Patel to read and discuss Oisín Fagan’s short story, ‘Triangle’ originally published in Issue 39, Volume 2 of The Stinging Fly. You can access the story here. Sheena Patel is a writer and assistant director for the film and TV industry. She is part of the 4 Brown Girls Who Wri…
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Robert Dickie went missing from his farm just outside of Dubbo, NSW, in 2016. Bob's family always believed something bad happened to him, and then in April 2020, a woman was arrested for his murder. Almost 4 years later, after an 8-week trial and revelations that shocked the family,the judge delivers his verdict. In some parts of this podcast, we h…
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On this month’s episode, host Nicole Flattery is joined by writer Jan Carson to read and discuss Sheila Armstrong’s short story, 'Harlow'. Originally published on The Stinging Fly website in 2021, 'Harlow' is and available to read here. Jan Carson is a writer and community arts facilitator based in Belfast. Her first novel, Malcolm Orange Disappear…
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On this month’s episode, host Nicole Flattery is joined by writer Colin Barrett to read and discuss David McGrath’s short story, ‘The Untameable Donkey’, originally published in our All New Writers issue, Winter 2022/23. Colin Barrett grew up in County Mayo. His stories have been published in The Stinging Fly, Granta, Harper’s and the New Yorker. H…
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On this month’s episode, publisher and founding editor Declan Meade is joined by poet Annemarie Ní Churreáin who has just been announced as The Stinging Fly’s next poetry editor. Annemarie will take over the role from Cal Doyle in November. Here she talks about her own work as poet and editor, and reads recently published poems by Paula Meehan and …
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On this month’s episode, host Nicole Flattery is joined by writer Kevin Power to read and discuss Eimear Ryan’s short story, ‘Body Clock’, originally published in our Winter 2009/10 issue. Kevin Power is the author of two novels, Bad Day in Blackrock (2008) and White City (2021), as well as a book of criticism, The Written World (2022). He is the w…
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You may not know the name, Brandon Truaxe, but you most likely will know some of the brands he created – Brandon was behind the international skin care brand – The Ordinary which is part of the Deciem group of companies. This is the true story of the rise and demise of a man that was once lauded business genius. Across 15 months from 2017, he went …
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On this month’s episode, host Nicole Flattery is joined by writer Sophie Mackintosh to read and discuss David Hayden’s short story, ‘Leckerdam of the Golden Hand’, originally published in our Summer 2016 issue. Sophie Mackintosh is the author of three novels: The Water Cure, Blue Ticket and Cursed Bread. Her debut novel was longlisted for the Man B…
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On this month’s episode, host Nicole Flattery is joined by writer Lucy Caldwell to read and discuss Niamh Prior’s short story, ‘Peter and Jane’. ‘Peter and Jane’ was originally published in July 2021 as part of our online fiction series. Lucy Caldwell was born in Belfast in 1981. She is the author of four novels, several stage plays and radio drama…
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******CONTENT WARNING This podcast discusses suicide and suicidal ideation Listener discretion is advised Contacts for mental health and crisis support can be found here: https://findahelpline.com 15-year-old Eden Westbrook, lived in a small seaside town in Tasmania. One night, after a minor disagreement with her family, she left home. The next mor…
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On this month’s episode, host Nicole Flattery is joined by writer Darran Anderson to read and discuss Mary O’Donoghue’s short story, ‘During the Russian Blizzard’. The story first appeared in the Summer 2014 issue of the magazine and was included in Stinging Fly Stories, 2018. It is one of twelve stories included in The Hour After Happy Hour, Mary’…
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We thought it was over, a cop killer was in jail for 37 years , and our undercover detective Colin McLaren is finally able to rest… Until new information lands in Colin’s inbox just days ago. Thanks to our season sponsor MyPayNow, click below to find out more: www.mypaynow.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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This episode of the Non-Tactics Podcast digs deep into the nominees for the Premier League team of the season which has generated some interesting reactions from fans. A seasoned football lover and Manchester United voice of reason, Ifedotun, gives great insight on matters arising from the list. Do take a listen and don't forget to listen, share an…
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This weeks episode is with former Scorpions player McKenzie Meehan. McKenzie went on to play college soccer at Boston College as well as playing pro in the NWSL. McKenzie talks to us about her soccer journey and gives great advise to young players on how and what it takes to make it at the top level of the game. McKenzie is the first former Scorpio…
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Pat Livesey is the latest guest on the Weekly Sting Podcast talking us through his expertise in strength and conditioning and how he got involved in that field from college, working with professional players, running Athlete Acceleration in Massachusetts and working with Scorpions players of all ages. http://www.scorpionssoccer.org/…
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Colin and his operatives start to infiltrate a mafia cell in Adelaide, the sting this time is to set up a clandestine drug lab, catch them in the act, and then swoop. It was also about getting a confession from the man who they thought had committed the NCA bombing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Manchester United have ended the long wait for a domestic title - any title at all - after lifting the Carabao Cup at the weekend. The Non-Tactics Podcast welcomes an excited Red Devil (Buchi) to talk about the man behind the resurgence at Old Trafford, Erik Ten Hag. Buchi answers the key questions which include, are Manchester United back??…
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While working on bringing the Griffith Mafia down, a parcel bomb explodes in the National Crime Authority building in Adelaide. It kills detective Sgt Geoffy Bowen and Colin is asked to lead 'The Sting' to catch a cop killer Thanks to our season sponsor MyPayNow, click below to find out more: www.mypaynow.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for priv…
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Episode three guest three we have our third and final owner of the club Nick Rugnetta. Nick talks about his journey and how he got involved with Scorpions and his pathway from staff coach to regional director, ECNL director to owner of the club. http://www.scorpionssoccer.org/저자 Scorpions SC
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Colin is in deeper and deeper with the mob; he’s close to nailing them, but then a bomb explodes at the NCA building in Adelaide, and he has to move fast and take down the Griffith mob. Thanks to our season sponsor MyPayNow, click below to find out more: www.mypaynow.com.au See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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This weeks guest is our second owner of the club and club Goalkeeping director Darren Burke. On this weeks episode we dive into some goalkeeper chat and what it takes to build a successful goalkeeper from a young age to getting to their highest level possible. Enjoy the podcast and follow us on Instagram @scorpionsweeklystingpodcast http://www.scor…
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Colin quickly transitions from being a beat cop in Melbourne to trying to apprehend some of Australia's worst criminals, like Dennis Allen, one of the worst criminals of the 1990s. He worked on the case of the man who killed two police officers in Melbourne and the case of the pedophile, rapist, and murderer. Everything culminates in him visiting G…
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Episode one and first guest of the Weekly Sting Podcast is club director Evan Burokas. Evan talks about how he got involved with the club and how the club looks different now to when he first started working for Scorpions. The first episode of many to come of the Weekly Sting Podcast stay tuned for more guest coming soon. http://www.scorpionssoccer…
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On this month’s episode of the podcast, host Nicole Flattery is joined by writer and editor Michael Magee to read and discuss Louise Kennedy’s short story, ‘The End of the World is a Cul de Sac’. The story first appeared in the Summer 2018 issue of the magazine. It went on to become the title story of Louise’s first collection of stories, which was…
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Listen as undercover detective Colin Mclaren infiltrates the Australian mafia for 37 months. Eventually bringing them down and stopping mafia from drug conspiracies, murders and mayhem. Colin takes you inside the life of an undercover cop who’s sole purpose is to find the bomber of the National Crime Authority building in Adelaide, which killed pol…
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On this month’s episode of the podcast, host Nicole Flattery is joined by novelist and critic Rachel Connolly, to read and discuss a short story, ‘Rustlers’, by Michael Magee, which first appeared in the Summer 2017 issue of the magazine. Michael Magee is the fiction editor of The Tangerine and a graduate of the PhD Creative Writing programme at Qu…
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On this month’s episode of the podcast, new host Nicole Flattery is joined by novelist and poet Susannah Dickey, to read and discuss a short story, ‘How They Live Now’, by Wes Lee, which first appeared in the Summer 2018 issue of the magazine. Wes Lee lives in New Zealand. Her work has appeared in a wide array of publications. She has won a number …
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The Stinger, golf’s #1 podcast, gives you the ULTIMATE preview of the US Open at Brookline this week. Mark and Chuck discuss how they think the top golfers will fare at the US Open, including Scottie Scheffler, Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth. We recap the thrilling victory by Rory McIlroy over Justin Thomas in the Canadian …
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The Stinger, golf’s #1 podcast, gives you the ULTIMATE preview of the PGA Championship at Southern Hills this week. Mark and Chuck discuss how they think the top golfers will fare at the PGA, including Scottie Scheffler, Collin Morikawa, Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas, Viktor Hovland and Jordan Spieth. We also recap K.H. Lee’s win at the Byron Nelson, Min…
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The Stinger, golf’s #1 podcast, gives you the ULTIMATE preview of the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass this week. Mark and Chuck discuss how they think the top golfers will fare at the TPC, including Collin Morikawa, Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, Viktor Hovland and Jordan Spieth. We also recap Scottie Scheffler’s win at the Arnold Pa…
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The Stinger, golf’s #1 podcast, talks about the apparent collapse of the proposed Saudi Golf League over the past few days. Mark and Chuck discuss Phil Mickelson’s comments about the Saudi tour, Bryson DeChambeau’s withdrawal from the SGL, and Rory McIlory’s incendiary comments against Phil. We also recap Joaquin Neimann’s win at the Genesis and Ha…
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The Stinger, golf’s #1 podcast, recaps the Pebble Beach, Saudi International and LPGA Drive On Tournaments from the past weekend. Mark and Chuck also discuss the latest news about the proposed Saudi golf tour, including the rumored $130 million dollar offer from the Saudi group for Bryson DeChambeau.…
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Three Manchester United fans, Yewande, Durojaiye, and Bankole join me in this heartfelt review of our dear Manchester United in 2021, taking stock of the lows, highs, best and worst performers and of course, a quick look at the new interim manager, Ralf Rangnick in the final episode of what has been a very long, slow year.…
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The Stinger, golf’s #1 podcast, recaps the exciting 2021 PGA season and looks at the biggest upcoming storylines for the 2022 season. We discuss some of the big names in the sport, including Collin Morikawa, Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas, Jordan Speith and Tiger Woods.저자 Mark & Chuck
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