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The Radio Eclectic is the show that is like radio was in the 1970's and 80's... where someone talked about the music, introduced us to new bands and artists, and help create a sense of community! In this show Matt 'Matman' Herring plays new music from artists that are creating amazing music. Although the focus is on hard rock and heavy metal, ALL good music that has feeling and emotion will be played here!
 
Greetings, folks. In this podcast, I hope to explore the various facets of humanism from as many perspectives as I can manage. Some episodes will focus on the humanism as it has developed here in the West while others will look farther afield, sometimes to places that might surprise you. Always, though, the podcast will keep an eye toward how these ideas relate to contemporary life, and toward defending humanism against the anti-humanist discourses of fundamentalist religion and authoritaria ...
 
Pinball and video games. We're a mixed gaming podcast, but pinball and video games are our bread and butter, and our two permanent segments. Pinball generally receives the most attention of the two. We also, on occasion, cover other types of gaming (namely tabletop games such as RPGs and card games). We aren't known as eclectic for nothing!
 
Eclectica is a very bellydance-inspired, diverse music podcast. Here you’ll find -all kinds- of music and unusual new forms of audio entertainment; designed to move the spirit, mind & body alike! From Rock to Reggae, Pop to Goth/Industrial, Trance to New Wave, Happy Hardcore to Jazz, R&B, Folk, Country, Middle Eastern, Indian + beyond- Eclectica has it all! So sit back & relax (or get up and shimmy) & come with me on a journey to explore music from all over the map!
 
Here at Eclectica you’ll find -all kinds- of superb music and unusual new forms of audio entertainment: From Rock to Reggae, Pop to Goth/Industrial, Trance to Middle Eastern, Happy Hardcore to Celtic & Jazz, Folk to R & B, Comedy to Early Music and much, much more, Eclectica has it ALL. We’ve even got a smattering of wonderful spoken-word pieces like poetry, audio plays and storytelling here n' there. So sit back, relax, & I hope you enjoy the journey! :):)
 
For information on self-help, self-improvement, self-care, mindset, fitness, and more, the Eclectic Improvement podcast is your one-stop shop for learning how you can live the happiest, healthiest, and most successful life possible. Subjects such as fitness, martial arts, habits, routines, mental health, physical health, mindset, journaling, and more are discussed.
 
The eclectic PLAY!ground radioshow: Die Eventserie eclecticPLAY!ground bringt seit 2004 verschiedenste Künstler, Musikrichtungen, Veranstalter, Locations und Partycrowds unter einen Hut. Dieses genreübergreifende und kollektive Projekt bekommt nun in Form einer Radioshow das i-Tüpfelchen aufgesetzt. Der Spaß am Leben und die Freude an der Musik ist hier die treibende Kraft und zentrales Thema der Show. Hier ist die Musik der Stimmungsträger. Interviews mit musikalisch spannenden Gästen, „Goo ...
 
ACIM (A Course in Miracles), Tarot, The Law of One, The Law of Attraction, High Ritualistic Magic, Philosophy, Light Codes, Ascension, UFOs, Psychics, The Universe, Empaths, Crystals, etc., Tools for Spiritual Progression/Evolution and how to apply them in your life. Donation Page: https://anchor.fm/the-eclectic-mystic https://www.silversoulcrystals.com/the-eclectic-mystic-blog Messages/comments/questions: silversoulcrystals@gmail.com Cover art photo provided by Josh Rose on Unsplash: https: ...
 
Eclectic Bliss: Submerge In Delicious Music. Breathe in the future...Independence is Bliss. The Eclectic Bliss podcast presents an international fusion of the best indie and unsigned artists from around the world. Visit EclecticBliss.com for more information about music featured in this podcast.
 
«Эклектика» - это двухчасовое танцевальное радиошоу. Мастер электронного грува - DJ Максим Треск представляет концептуальное house и techno звучание. Обзор новинок музыкальных лейблов и экскурс в прошлое танцевальной сцены. Авторские треки отечественных продюсеров и гостевые миксы европейских артистов.
 
Eclectic - as define by Webster’s Dictionary: “deriving ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse range of sources.” That’s Dame Wilburn. And this is her show! Expect interviews, stories, rants, even some good (or questionable) advice from time to time, and a whole lot of Dame. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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mit Lena Mattheis im Podcast erwähnt werden: Lena Mattheis' Podcast Queer Lit: https://www.spreaker.com/show/queer-lit Lena Mattheis: Translocality in Contemporary City Novels https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-66687-3 Tyler Bradway: Queer Narrative Theory and the Relationality of Formhttps://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/pmla/artic…
 
Pinball: Coverage focuses on Stern's Home Team for Insider Connected, Pinball Brothers denoting Queen Pinball may come out slower than originally believed, Chicago Gaming Company struggling on what to do with their continued topper delays for the Cactus Canyon Remake, an update on Multimorphic production, and finally Rumor Corner.Video Games: This …
 
Josh and Nate make their triumphant podcast return with a review/discussion of one of the best movies of this year, NAY! EVER! That's right, Top Gun: Maverick is that good. We know you're itching to listen so quit reading this and get to listening! If you like what you hear, consider giving a small donation so that we can keep providing awesome pop…
 
Welcome to the Supper Spectacular episode of The Radio Eclectic! In this episode, brand new music from Journey, Alan Parsons (featuring James Durbin and Joe Bonamassa), Generation Landslide, One Desire, Dynazty, Sunstorm, and Tango Down! We are going to put the spotlight on Axis (featuring Vinny Appice) and finish it all with an amazing song by Wes…
 
This episode concludes the two-part series on Early Modern Feminism by skipping across the Eurasian landmass to look at a precise contemporary of Jane Anger, the Elizabethan thinker and writer we looked at last week. Li Zhi was a cantankerous thinker and writer who suffered neither fools nor dogma gladly, and who was not afraid to take on some of t…
 
Rod and Kale meetup to discuss all things TGE after Rod's travel sagas land him back in England and then Budapest. Topics covered, in order: - Oxford and Cambridge adventures; no more atheists - WEIRD folks are the outliers who must contend with the robustness of belief - insufficiency of pure materialism - snuff with Cardinal Muller - English Chri…
 
Early Saturday morning, JS Danielle arises with only one thing on her mind - beautiful, lengthy, filling, penetrable, deepyl-satisfying Division 1 dick! What better way to begin the morning by discussing what dick will do? Not just good dick, but Division One dick. Almighty powerful dick. The kind that has you...well, you'll see.…
 
Pinball: Coverage focuses on more information coming out regarding Pinball Brother's Queen, a release date for Homepin's Spinal Tap, a discussion about JJP's reported slow sales on Toy Story 4 LE along with their decision not to use the other films, Stern Pinball not revealing anything at Comic Con, a listener email with a proposed Pinside-themed p…
 
mit Rolf Nemitz Die Website von Rolf Nemitz: www.lacan-entziffern.de Sigmund Freud: Das Unheimlichehttps://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Das_Unheimliche Sigmund Freud: Jenseits des Lustprinzipshttps://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jenseits_des_Lustprinzips Gilles Deleuze: Differenz und Wiederholunghttps://www.fink.de/view/title/53714 Sigmund Freud: Psychopathologi…
 
When a guy is slanging dick, who slangs it best? The man with a few duckets and "provisions" to make all your ends meet? Or the 9-5, get enough to get by, never do too much or not so broke but don't have a lot of money dudes puttin in down in the bedroom? JS gives her thoughts to a statement made by LL Cool J in a podcast about men who chase ass al…
 
This episode and the next one lean hard into the “eclectic” side of “Eclectic Humanist.” Following up on the series on Roe v. Wade, I'd like to turn the clock back a few hundred years and look at a couple of examples of Early Modern feminism. There is, after all, an ongoing and unabashed effort from the religious right to turn the clock pretty far …
 
It's part two of last week's episode, Talk Dirty 2 Me, where JS discusses the lyrics of songs that get you, not just in the mood, but put you in the mind to fuckin'. Certain words, when together, fuck with the mind and create an aire of wanting to do just that. Have you found your song, your lyric that makes you want to fuck? Check these songs out,…
 
Note: We had some local gain issues so some portions of audio have an echo to them... our apologies.Pinball: Coverage focuses on an email regarding our Toy Story Four pinball discussion, American Pinball's claim to be getting ready to make classic editions of Legends of Valhalla and two new trademark names associated with the company, Multimorphic …
 
Sorry it's late... but it is time for an all new episode of The Radio Eclectic! In this episode, brand new music from Iconic, Stryper, Anvil, Poison Rose, Nazareth (this one is so good), Jorn, Generation Radio, and Michael Schenker Group! Then And Now focuses on the amazing Sal Baglio and his work with The Stompers and The Amplifier Heads! This sho…
 
This episode wraps up, for now, the series I've been doing on the overturning of Roe v. Wade. It discusses the marriage of White Evangelical Christianity with the anti-choice cause in the wake of that 1973 decision, and begins to address the influence of the Christian nationalist ideology known as Dominion Theology on American politics generally an…
 
This episode is the first of three devoted to the overturning of Roe v. Wade. In this installment, I address questions of bodily sovereignty, and look into statistics relevant to abortion ranging from the 1930s to the present. The episode paints a picture of what the pre-Roe US looked like in terms of abortion access and maternal mortality, thus gi…
 
This episode is the first of three devoted to the overturning of Roe v. Wade. In this installment, I address questions of bodily sovereignty, and look into statistics relevant to abortion ranging from the 1930s to the present. The episode paints a picture of what the pre-Roe US looked like in terms of abortion access and maternal mortality, thus gi…
 
This episode re-introduces a project that I had effectively abandoned about a year ago. As such, I'm treating it as a new beginning and laying out my reasons for starting again, most importantly the threat to humanism, and human well-being, currently posed by the religious right. This decision is a direct response to the US Supreme Court's move to …
 
This episode, continuing last week's theme of COVID-19, human nature, and social responsibility, begins with a random encounter in the woods. It then wanders through some speculation on Hobbesian and Confucian state-of-nature arguments, a brief digression into primatology, and some thoughts on North America's ongoing epidemic of selfishness and soc…
 
This episode kicks off a new sequence, or maybe a couple of new sequences. I've been wanting to explore both Buddhism and the figure of the cyborg since first starting this little project. As it turns out, by starting with Buddhism, I can do both at the same time as much of my take on both cyborgs and post-humanism generally is rooted in that and o…
 
This episode kicks off a new sequence, or maybe a couple of new sequences. I've been wanting to explore both Buddhism and the figure of the cyborg since first starting this little project. As it turns out, by starting with Buddhism, I can do both at the same time as much of my take on both cyborgs and post-humanism generally is rooted in that and o…
 
This episode concludes our little traipse through Lucretius's On the Nature of Things. In Book 6, Lucretius implicitly addresses the sufficiency of a naturalistic worldview in the making of great art, then brings us face to face with the concrete reality of dying. In describing a historical plague in Athens, he describes in painful detail the doubl…
 
In Book 5 of On the Nature of Things, Lucretius presents a naturalistic account of the origins of life and, quite frankly, the origins of species in a well articulated explanation of evolution by natural selection. While he of course lacks the observational mechanisms that we now possess, or that Darwin possessed, he was pretty solid in the broad s…
 
Ever wonder how we know things? Lucretius certainly did, and he also recognized that, without a naturalistic account of knowledge, his proposed Cosmos consisting of nothing other than matter and void would be a non-starter. He argues, necessarily, that all knowledge comes through the senses, and accordingly proposes an empirical epistemology that f…
 
In this episode, we continue our exploration of Lucretius's humanist masterpiece, On the Nature of Things. In Book 2, Lucretius begins to explore what it means to live in a Cosmos in which divine interference lays no role and all phenomena are subject to natural laws and naturalistic explanation. Beginning with the smallest objects that can be obse…
 
In this episode, we continue our exploration of Lucretius's humanist masterpiece, On the Nature of Things. In Book 2, Lucretius begins to explore what it means to live in a Cosmos in which divine interference lays no role and all phenomena are subject to natural laws and naturalistic explanation. Beginning with the smallest objects that can be obse…
 
This episode begins our hands-on discussion of Lucretius's Humanist masterpiece, On the Nature of Things. Book One (of six) presents the best surviving Classical argument for a purely material cosmos consisting of nothing but atoms moving in a void. The argument is the first step in both an overall understanding of how the Cosmos works and, perhaps…
 
Greetings, folks, and welcome back. This kick-off to Season Two begins with a brief catch-up as it's been a couple of months since we've been in touch, and then jumps right into the subject matter with which I'd like to begin the year. The topic of the first few little talks will be what, to my mind at least, is the most important work of ancient W…
 
Today is Remembrance Day in Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and Britain, and Veterans' Day in the US. So, for this episode, as an act of remembrance, I will simply be reading several poems and a chapter from a great and devastating war novel, written by soldiers who served on the Western Front. I am confining the location and time largely for histo…
 
So the US election has been called, and it's all over but the temper tantrum. What do we do now? Where do we go? Well, speaking as an outsider, my first impulse is to rejoice in the triumph of electoral politics over authoritarianism, and I will stand by that impulse (fight me). My second impulse, though, is to ask what those Americans who have liv…
 
As the US election closes in, I find myself unable to think about anything else. So, having attempted a couple of other ideas and failed to complete them, I've surrendered to the zeitgeist and recorded an election episode, as much an exorcism of my ambient demons as anything else. The talk ends up revolving around the political philosophy of the an…
 
Here, finally, is the concluding installment in the "Attack of the Fundamentalists" sequence. This one takes a bit of a turn from what I'd originally intended, which had been simply to outline the history of Christian Dominionism inthe US, and instead speaks more broadly about the ongoing cultural conflict between the religious right and reasonable…
 
This episode departs from the ongoing series on the rise of Christian Fundamentalism to just plunge, stream-of-consciousness style, into some thoughts that have been occupying my mind lately. It is quite personal, so maybe not for everyone, and simply presents an hour's worth of taking through various thoughts on subjects such as lockdown, mental h…
 
Well, folks, I've finally managed to finish the third installment in the Attack of the Fundamentalists series, and I do apologize for the delay. This one roughly spans the time period of the Cold War and touches, in a helter skelter fashion, upon a handful of road markers along Evangelical Christianity's rise to power: McCarthyism, rock and roll, t…
 
Damn you, Darwin! This episode picks up the challenge to religious authority posed by modern science, focusing specifically on the emerging knowledge of the age of the Earth in the 19th century and, most importantly, on Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection. While a literal reading of the Old Testament suggests an age of about 6,000 yea…
 
In the second part of the Mythic Meanderings sequence, I dig into two end-of-the-world myths: the biblical narrative culminating in Revelation, and the Norse Ragnarok tale. These myths, and the differing understandings of human nature, the divine, and time underlying and articulated in them, have a certain amount of common ground, but oppose each o…
 
This episode took on a life of its own. Simply put, it is a look at several mythologies in which I explore such elements as time, creation myths, the nature of the gods, and the nature and construction of the other. It ranges freely across several different bodies of thought—Sumerian, Christian, Hindu, Daoist, Greek, Roman, and Celtic—and therefore…
 
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