Fin dall’alba dei tempi, al nascere delle prime competizioni sportive, la passione per le scommesse è andata di pari passo, crescendo, modificandosi e diventando, a sua volta, parte del gioco. Lo sport in Italia ha, da sempre, avuto molta importanza nella cultura popolare, tanto che, quando arriva il fine settimana, milioni di italiani controllano meticolosamente le ultime notizie sportive e si ritrovano a scambiarsi informazioni e consigli per piazzare la “rituale” scommessa.
Im vierwöchigem Rhythmus treffen sich ab sofort DANNY B. HELM und FRANK SCHMIEDER um die Ereignisse der letzten vier Wochen zu bequatschen. Dabei geht es nicht nur um private Dinge, sondern natürlich auch um Politik und das allgemeine Weltgeschehen.
By Frank Schmieder
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Join Best Selling Author Drew Hannush as he explores the rich stories, myths, and legends that surround a world of whisky. From the origins of Bottled-in-Bond, to finding the real Whisky Capital of the World, to dispelling myths about how we smell, taste, and enjoy whisky. Bourbon, scotch, rye, Irish, etc - no matter your favorite, Drew is telling the stories that will enrich your experience.
By Drew Hannush
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Discover the very best of things you can play, watch, and read! Our award-nominated comedy podcast uncovers the hidden indie gems you’ll wonder how you ever lived without, dives deep into the franchises you already know and love, and talks about pretty much everything that’s worth talking about from the worlds of board games, videogames, comicbooks, movies, TV, literature, and beyond.
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This is the Zibra Blog's Before and After Podcast where we talk with furniture refinishing experts on how they find, select, repair, strip, sand, paint, protect and sell their refinished works of art.
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Pop Screen is The Geek Show's new podcast tackling movies starring, about or by pop stars - and that's all genres, from rock to hip-hop, jazz to disco. Each week Graham and one of his stable of trusty co-hosts picks a pop movie and examines its history, its film-making and its music in-depth. It's an irreverent ride through an oft-misunderstood strain of cinema, from era-defining masterpieces to kitsch atrocities.
By The Geek Show Podcast Network
"Voices at play" is an actual play podcast, created by the team behind the project of the same name. Our goal as a group of diversely marginalised people is to fund, promote and create content around games written and designed by marginalised creators.<br> <br> Tabletop Roleplaying Games, or TTRPG are a type of game designed specifically for people to get together and tell stories with. <br> <br> These stories can range from the magical worlds of tolkein-esque fantasy to the grittiest noir thriller. It's a hugely diverse genre that is dominated in the popular narrative, by a tiny handful of overwhelmingly big names. Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder and Shadowrun are the ones you've probably heard of.<br> <br> These games, however good they may be, are designed to tell very specific kinds of stories. They can certainly be adapted to tell others, but there are hundreds of games out there that are specifically designed to tell different stories! Voices at play aims to use them to do so.<br> <br> The "Voices at play" project goes beyond simply focusing on games though; we want to focus on the people behind them. As with a lot of classically "nerdy", "niche" hobbies; the face of TTRPG is largely lead by straight white men. In a genre so heavily dominated by the big names at play, we want to work to create space at the table for everyone.<br> <br> To do that, Voices at play focuses on games by marginalised creators and our project is run entirely by marginalised people. We want to demonstrate the value in diverse, inclusive gameplay and introduce you to as many new games and creators as we can along the way.<br> <br> Our podcast and ongoing efforts are funded entirely by our generous supporters. You can learn more about our project, through our website https://ttrpg-voices.com or our patreon page https://patreon.com/VoicesAt where you can pledge, for as little as $1 a month, and join our ever growing community, helping us to raise our voices.
By Voices at play