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A REVOLTA do Vinyl | Ricardo Guerra

A REVOLTA do Vinyl | Ricardo Guerra

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::. A REVOLTA do Vinyl .:: 1 hora de música cheia de energia para respirar e também para dançar com Ricardo Guerra. Sábados, 23h - Meia-Noite, na Oxigénio 102 6 fm, Lisboa. 1 music hour full of energy to breathe and also to dance, with Ricardo Guerra in the mix. Saturdays, 23h - 00h, on Oxigénio Radio 102 6 fm, Lisbon.
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Revolting

The Cycling Independent

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Revolting is a cycling podcast that isn’t about bikes, or even cycling really. Hosts Robot and Stevil sift through topics vaguely related to cycling, looking for what’s good, what’s better, and dwelling sometimes on what’s confusing. The guys are looking, and almost never finding, answers. But the fun is in the looking. This a cycling podcast for those not defined by racing, high-performance, or any performance at all really. It’s a podcast for people who just like to ride bikes, and do othe ...
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Revoltas lógicas

AbrilAbril

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Revoltas Lógicas é o podcast, do AbrilAbril, sobre pensamento, investigações e livros . Semanalmente, Nuno Ramos de Almeida ou Sofia Lisboa vão entrevistar autores e estudiosos sobre os assuntos e discussões que marcam a nossa época. Sempre em busca de um pensamento que ajude a compreender e transformar o mundo. Já podes ver e ouvir nestas plataformas. Segue-nos! 👉 YouTube 👉 Facebook 👉 Spotify 👉 Apple Podcasts 👉 Google Podcasts 👉 Player FM 👉 Stitcher 👉 RSS Feed..
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REVOLT SURF

Revolt.it & Is Benas Surf Club

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Revolt Official Podcast Video Service brought to you by Is Benas Surf Club, Revolt and Revoltsurf.com. Mediterranean Surfing Culture since 1997.
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REVOLT presents unfiltered conversation about current events with the leaders of Black culture including artists, activists, politicians, experts and more. “I always wanted to develop a platform to report the news from our perspective, from our lens, from our people, so I decided to launch REVOLT Black News,” said Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs. “We’re here with solutions. We’ve already heard about what we can’t do, but this is what we can do.”
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Citizen Revolt

Citizen Revolt

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Exploring the opportunities for individuals to free themselves from government, tax regimes and jobs to live a life that is truly free. Cover art photo provided by Valentin Salja on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@valentinsalja
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In the year 1934, militant strikes broke across the United States in San Francisco, Toledo, and Minneapolis. This podcast explores the 1934 Minneapolis Teamsters Strike in-depth, discussing the history, theory, and practice of one of the the country's most incredible action by the working class through a leftist perspective.
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So-Po Revolt

Uri Talib

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So-Po Revolt Podcast is a revolutionary social and political commentary aimed towards the radicalization of working class people in the United States. Each episode analyzes a different aspect of society or current event with a critical lens. Based on the socialist foundations of Pan-African philosophy, this podcast is for listeners who are fed up with the capitalist system and desire social, political, and economic justice for all oppressed peoples of the world. Hosted by @UriTalib
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The Gays Are Revolting is a dissection of social and cultural issues relevant to gay men. We put the G in LGBTQIA+, and we’re here to help you be the best G you can be. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Good Girls Revolt After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of Amazon's Good Girls Revolt. Show Summary: This Amazon-original series is set in New York in the late 1960s, when a cultural revolution was sweeping through the free world. One place that was not quick to change with the times was newsrooms. Inspired by real events, "Good Girls Revolt" follows Patti Robinson and her fellow female researchers at News of the Week, who decide to ask for equal treatment. Their quest initia ...
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This is the complete series of Andy Hamilton's hilarious sitcom set just before the American War of Independence. 'Refreshingly different comedy' - "The Observer". In Baltimore, 1770, shopkeeper Samuel Oliphant is worried. There are weevils in his biscuits, the impending war looks set to impact badly on his business ('dead people tend to shop less') and to cap it all, a pair of British soldiers have been billeted on him. Captain Brimshaw is ineffectual but decent, while Sergeant McGurk is a ...
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The Joys of Being Single. It takes a special kind of bike rider to ride a single-speed, the kind of rider who really only likes to pedal going uphill, the kind who appreciates making everything harder for themselves. But simplicity has a certain charm to it, and anyone who’s married maybe knows what we’re talking […]…
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The Year Punk Rock Went Broke. I don’t know what happened, but it was probably Green Day’s fault. Everyone went from making fun of us for listening to weird music to elbowing us out of the way, so they could buy Red Hot Chili Pepper’s t-shirts at Target. We went from saying this music should […]Από τον The Cycling Independent
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The Unbearable Lightness of the Corrosion of Conformity. Life has this odd tension between wanting to fit in, go along and get along, be a good teammate or co-worker or whatever, and then at the same time, fully inhabiting your own identity (whatever that is) in order to stand out and remind yourself that you’re […]…
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The No Good, Very Bad Words. Every week we rewrite our content warning because we’re required somehow to warn people that we use profanity and sometimes talk about the immense size of horse penises. At the same time, folks are bumbling about their everyday lives using terrible words that we find more offensive than all […]…
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Sometimes 2+2=5. The basic premise of today’s show is the basic premise of the show, by which we mean that we’ve been hearing from people who find whatever it is we’re doing here helpful. They’re inspired or encouraged or they learn something about themselves as we talk about ourselves and our challenges. It’s weird. Neither […]…
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Baby, It’s Cold Outside. We’re deep in winter’s cold embrace, and since humans have broken the climate this winter has served up a heaping helping of Arctic chill. How do you deal? How do you keep going? What do you look forward to? Music pick of the week: Robot – Trigger Cut – ROGO Stevil – […]Από τον The Cycling Independent
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I Got My Ascot in My Dickie. You would never know it from looking at either one of us, but we care what we wear, and since humans are supposed to wear clothes most of the time, today we’re talking about fashion, which some denigrate as a vapid form of self-expression, but mostly by people […]Από τον The Cycling Independent
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Better Luck Next Time, the Year in Review. Oh, 2023 you surprised us. Good one! Triumphs, tragedies. We laughed. We cried. We figured we’d better at all of this by now. Today we’re gonna talk about what happened, how we felt about it, and what we’ve got our eye on for 2024. Also, gotta be […]Από τον The Cycling Independent
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Resolving Not to Resolve, But Secretly Resolving. Oh, we’re all too cool for New Years’ resolutions. They’re so stupid. But actually, we spend all of our time trying to turn over new leaves, trying to pick the lock of everyday happiness, and we’re CONSTANTLY resolving to be different or better in some way. So it’s […]…
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The Over/Under on the Under/Over. Today we’re gonna play a fun little game of overrated/underrated with an array of people, bands, ideas and foods. This should help you adjust your attitudes to the reality we live in, or at the very least give you reasons to send us angry emails, which we enjoy thoroughly. Music […]…
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Sympathy for the Devil. Human people are terrible, and we’re no exception. It’s hard to understand how you’re supposed to love your fellow person when they are constantly doing dumb shit and spouting terrible ideas. Again, we are not an exception to this rule. But today we’re going to talk about how to be better […]…
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RBN investigates updates on the Shanquella Robinson, Tyre Nichols, and AJ Owens cases, examines the drop in Black doctors and what can be done to increase the numbers, and presents a piece on financial literacy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesΑπό τον REVOLT
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In many ways, 2023 has been a banner year for the culture and this year RBNW had a chance to talk to some of the biggest names - and cover some of the most interesting stories in entertainment. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesΑπό τον REVOLT
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If It Wasn’t for Bad Habits, We Wouldn’t Have Any Habits at All. The defining characteristic of the human species is its imperfection. Plagued with self-reflective consciousness, humans are prone to eat themselves alive with bad thoughts, bad decisions and bad behavior. This week we’re talking about our vices, bad habits, and what we’re doing […]…
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REVOLT Black News provides an update on the tragic deaths of Tyree Nichols & Elijah McClain and the issues with EMT's, the reparations for formerly incarcerated individuals with marijuana offenses, and Black children with autism. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesΑπό τον REVOLT
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The Universe is 68% Dark Energy. Once daylight has been saved and the sun sets half an hour before it rises, it can be really hard to stay motivated and moving in the right direction, but there are secret pockets of energy in the universe that will carry you through to that blessed day when […]Από τον The Cycling Independent
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Euphoric Recall. Many of us of a certain age cling to the idea that things used to be better than they were. For example, we wax nostalgic about seeing Repo Man for the first time in Trisha Thomas’s living room in 1985 but forget that Ronald Reagan was busy ruining the world at the time. […]Από τον The Cycling Independent
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RBN returns to Rankin County for updates on the Mississippi Goon Squad, examines the lack of Black males teachers in the classroom, investigates the rise of STDs in the Black community, and presents a State Farm piece on food waste. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesΑπό τον REVOLT
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Some Call Collect. What is it about the human psyche that compels it to collect objects and ephemera, to gather too much of a good thing? Toys, trading cards, bikes, bike parts, skateboards, records, tattoos…today we’re talking about the things we’ve collected and why we we’re driven to do so. Music pick of the week: […]…
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REVOLT Black News investigates the Cass County Murders of 3 sisters. A trip to Uganda to explore some of the harshest anti-gay laws in the world and trauma with TikTok which tells the story of Toni Jones. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesΑπό τον REVOLT
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Gatekeepers at the Gates of Hell. We have occasionally been accused of gatekeeping, which isn’t awesome. That’s not who we want to be. So today we’re going to figure out what gatekeeping is, what it maybe isn’t, and revise all of our previous shitty comments about everything. Music pick of the week: Robot – Sun […]…
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The $64 Ka-Billion Dollar Pyramid. If you follow us on social media, you’ll know that, for our 100th episode we besought 100 listener questions, so now we’re gonna answer ‘em, except that we didn’t get 100. It turns out Revolting listeners are just as apathetic as we are, and so we only have 18 questions. […]…
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RBN gives an update on the YSL trial, looks at how racial bias shows up in artificial intelligence, investigates the link between relaxers and uterine cancer, interviews Da’Vinchi, and looks at the Million Meal Pack. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesΑπό τον REVOLT
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Failing to Succeed. This week we’re talking about things that we’re not very good at, like podcasting, but still really enjoy. Basically, we’re taking failure back from all the people who are doing it wrong, and if anything, 99 episodes of this podcast are a testament to the possible successes of continuing to fail. Music […]…
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On this special edition of REVOLT Black News Weekly, Kennedy Rue sits down with the one and only Usher for an in-depth look at his remarkable journey. From his early beginnings under the mentorship of L.A. Reid to becoming a groundbreaking artist akin to legends like Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson. Usher unveils the intricate dance between his p…
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Live, Laugh, Love, It’s the End Times! This week we’re talking about apocalyptic thinking. Are these really the end times? Or does it always just feel like the end times when you’re a human being burdened with reflective consciousness? And if it is the end times, what is the appropriate response? Music pick of the […]…
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RBNW chronicles the attack on the Fearless Fund, investigates why Black women are dying in record numbers at childbirth, sits down with Issa Rae, and takes a dive into Crypto in the Black community Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesΑπό τον REVOLT
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Nattering Nabobs of Negativism. This week we’re going negative. We’ve been asked to discuss our least favorite music of all time. And where to start!?!?! I mean, just think about it. All over the world musicians, both talented and not, are in studios committing all manner of shear garbage to the permanent musical record. Music […]…
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RBN examines the high number of deaths at Fulton County Jail and the issues with local jails; RBN investigates the issue of Black doctors within Black communities; Halle Bailey talks with Kennedy Rue; Tavonia Evans uses Crypto to educate and inspire the Black community Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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