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New additions to the book with the famous words "Don't Panic" on the cover. Smart and funny, fusing real-world observation with a writing style Douglas Adams fans have sorely missed. With each topic, the panel of authors and performers present an essay in the style of a Hitchhiker's Guide entry, which is then discussed in a format that fans of BBC radio comedy know well, but with a 21st century twist. Whether you've only read the first book, seen the film, or are completely new to the world ...
 
This series centres on a unique population of African leopards. The elusive cats are losing a battle with a powerful enemy: humans. Habitat destruction and persecution by farmers have pushed Cape mountain leopards to the brink … and their fate now rests in the hands of a dedicated wildlife conservationist. Quinton Martins knows that research is key when it comes to saving a species – but gathering data about these animals is not easy.
 
This podcast is a spoken recording of the 110-page of Apple’s VoiceOver Getting Started manual for Mac OS X v10.5 “Leopard.” It is organized into twelve episodes representing each of the chapters in the manual. VoiceOver is an accessibility technology built into Mac OS X for the blind and others with visual disabilities. It is a full-featured “screen reader” that speaks audible descriptions of the activities taking place on the computer, including the contents of documents, email, and webpag ...
 
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Children's books, Vogon poetry, dictionaries, ghost-writing, and choose-your-own adventures. All this, plus Jack the Ripper, sitcom reimaginings, David Williams, some news of our own, and the derivation of the term "Dirty Bristow". Links Subscribe to our newsletter Follow Danny on Twitter Follow Jon Bounds on Twitter Follow Jon Hickman on Twitter F…
 
Summer flings on Bethselamin, camping holidays in pissing Southport, the Holiday Theory of Relativity, and the inevitable books that followed on from Veet Voojagig's classic about Biros. All of this, plus the question: Zaphod Beeblebrox – sexist bully or scoundrel of his time? Listener Gemma's podcasts What’s in the tea? A Dollhouse re-watch Sleep …
 
In this episode, we explore the routier campaigns in the Auvergne and Champagne regions of France, and try to understand how effective institutions help the French, and how the English are still working out the kinks of being routiers. Mentioned in the episode: Kings and Generals episode on the Mongols Timeline: November 1358 Dury and Scott invade …
 
In this episode, King Jean and King Edward agree to a new treaty, one harsher than the previous. King Edward also holds weddings for two of his children. Meanwhile, as the Estates-General debates the new treaty, they also discuss a scheme from the King of Denmark. Afterwards, we quickly explore medieval currency. Dates: 1358 November: French fail t…
 
We see the routiers through the eyes of Hugues de Montgeron. Band invade the Nivernais, Orléans and Auxerre, but are stopped in Burgundy and Champagne. 1358 April Archpriest hired by Marguerite de Flandres to defend Nevers May Bands take city and bridge of Meung June 24: Beaugency is taken October Robert Knolles enters Orléanais 31: the English tak…
 
In this episode, we look at the situation in the Languedoc, the movements of the companies out of Gascony and into Auvergne, then the Loire, Saône and Rhône valleys, and the rise of the Great Company of the Arnaud de Cervole, the Archpriest Dates: 1355 Last raids of the Count of Armagnac into Gascony; first company comes out of Gascony into Auvergn…
 
In this episode, the Dauphin is invited back into Paris, and restores his relationship with the Parisians. Charles of Navarre surrounds Paris. The French can’t pay for their King’s ransom. You can reach me at leaopardandlilies @ gmail.com or https://www.facebook.com/theleopardandthelily Dates: July 31, 1358: Étienne Marcel dies August 1, 1358: Pari…
 
One of the many major problems with producing podcasts is that of who you get to do it, or rather of who manages to get people to let them do it to them. To summarise: it is a well-known and much limited fact that those people who most want to produce podcasts are ipso facto those lists duty to do it. To summarise the summary: anyone who is capable…
 
Mark, Danny and the Jons present the Hitchhiker’s Guide to getting it all done. In our new format, each panelist writes a short essay on the given topic, in the style of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the book with the large friendly letters on the cover. Our thanks to Emma Wright (@editorialgirl) for being the voice of the Guide. Follow Dan…
 
Mark, Danny and the Jons present the Hitchhiker’s Guide to getting a good night's rest. In our new format, each panelist writes a short essay on the given topic, in the style of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the book with the large friendly letters on the cover. Our thanks to Emma Wright (@editorialgirl) for being the voice of the Guide. Fo…
 
To commemorate Towel Day 2021, Mark, Danny, and the Jons present the worst bits of Beware of the Leopard. These are all the bits that are normally cut from the main body of the episode and shoved to the back, to sit in shame and think about what they did. Now we're bringing them out into the light for you to judge, share, and hopefully on some leve…
 
Prince Charles skips town and leaves his brother, the Duke of Artois, a very hot potato. He goes to Germany for a successful summit. When he returns to Paris, he submits to the will of the Estates-General as they begin dismantling the Government's operations.
 
In this episode, we explore a bit of the world of Chivalry with author Christian Cameron. Books mentioned in this episode: The Long Sword (Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Indigo) Hawkwood's Sword (released soon) (Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Indigo) Tom Swan and the Head of St. George (Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Indigo) Please join us at Intelligent Speech Conference…
 
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