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Odd Articles

Rosie Benitez

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Welcome to Odd Articles. A podcast where we find weird articles and I read them and give my personal opinion and explain how I feel about it. Cover art photo provided by Alex Iby on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@alexiby
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Amazing Articles

Amazing Articles

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Amazing Articles is a podcast of long form articles (ie 3,000+ words) converted into audio format. Please suggest articles for us to convert into audio at: http://www.fivefivetwo.net/ Podcast at: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/amazing-articles/id1041773081 If you would like to contact us please do so at: http://www.fivefivetwo.net/ Thanks
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Chut! est un magazine trimestriel diffusé en kiosques, librairies et sur notre boutique en ligne (https://echoppe.chut.media/). Pour permettre plus d'accessibilité et de confort de lecture, Chut! Radio vous propose ici plusieurs articles issus de chacun de nos magazines, au format sonore : une expérience immersive que l'on vous suggère l'utilisation au casque pour une écoute optimale. Chut! et bonne écoute. Hébergé par Ausha. Visitez ausha.co/fr/politique-de-confidentialite pour plus d'infor ...
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Each month, we produce a selection of audio narrated versions of some of The XV's most popular editorial articles so you can enjoy the best of The XV on the go, in the gym or on your commute to work. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Whether you are just beginning your healing journey or are well on your way to total well-being, you will find a wealth of information and recorded experiences here to support your efforts. You’ll learn ways to optimize health and performance for yourself, friends, or clients/patients as well as how to apply these tools at a family, community, or global level. You will find articles by Dr. Miller, conversations with remarkable people, free meditations, and audio and video recordings for self ...
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(We are now on Lybsyn) As humans we must understand the limits of our wisdom and ask questions to expand our knowledge for full understanding of life. We know the best way to do this is to expose yourself to anything and learn directly from people involved in situation. Providing a lighter perspective on recurrences or patterns in our every day life, we want to bring you guys one the best podcasts available because of our outlook on life as a 'millennial'. So please tune in, and give it a li ...
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Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse was an English comic writer who enjoyed enormous popular success for more than seventy years. Best known today for the Jeeves and Blanding Castle novels and short stories, Wodehouse was also a talented playwright and lyricist who was part author and writer of fifteen plays and of 250 lyrics for some thirty musical comedies.
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The 2024 European Football Championship gets underway in Germany on Friday and among the two dozen nations taking part are Czechia. But what are the Czechs’ chances of reaching the knockout stages, given that their group also includes Portugal, Greece and Turkey? That’s just one question I put to football journalist David Čermák.…
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Róza Andělová is a budding young Czech actress who studied French and English literature at Charles University. Magdalena Kadula invited her to Radio Prague’s studio to talk about her work, the opportunities for English-speaking actors and actresses in Prague and how she happened to get into acting in the first place.…
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This weekend representatives of 90 or so states will be taking part in a conference at the Bürgenstock Resort in Switzerland aimed at finding a route to sustainable peace in Ukraine. Specifically the event will focus on issues such as nuclear safety and security, food safety and prisoner exchanges and the protection of civilians. Formally named the…
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Some seven percent of children and adolescents in Czechia witnessed or directly experienced repeated domestic violence last year. This behaviour is often linked to excessive alcohol consumption. Experts across the board are currently drafting an action plan regulating access to alcohol and reducing alcohol-related damage.…
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Under pressure to decide the never-ending battle between outdoor concert organizers and local residents regarding excessive noise, the Czech Health Ministry has ruled in favour of the culture scene. In a statement published on its web page, the ministry argues that short-term exposure to loud music is a nuisance, rather than a health risk.…
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Czech footballer Petr Čech, considered one of the best goalkeepers of the modern era, was born in the west Bohemian city of Plzeň. His journey to the top of the football world is a fascinating story of determination and talent. He launched his career at the local club Viktoria Plzeň and worked his way up through Chmel Blšany, Sparta Prague and Renn…
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What really happens to your waste after you’ve sorted it and dutifully put it in your local recycling container? The Czech Environment Ministry attempted to find out via a unique experiment – at least for one very specific type of rubbish. They put tracking devices on 100 PET bottles and put them in recycling bins in locations all around the countr…
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Moscow is very likely to blame for a recent failed arson attack on city buses in Prague, the Czech prime minister said on Monday. Petr Fiala said the foiled plot was part of a hybrid war Russia is waging against Czechia. But what can the authorities do to combat this kind of “low level” terrorism?
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A newly restored Jawa 750, which appeared at the start of the legendary 1930s race Thousand Miles of Czechoslovakia, was recently unveiled at the National Technical Museum in Prague. This Thursday, the fiery red sports car will take part in the race again, 90 years after its first appearance.
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Citizens around Europe are taking stock of the outcome of elections to the European Parliament. How may the results change the direction and policies of the EU? And what do they signal about the domestic situation? I spoke about the outcome of the elections in Czechia and the EU with the deputy director of the Prague-based Europeum Institute Viktor…
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In the past 12 years Eva and Rob McLean, who live just outside Prague, have fostered no fewer than 12 children. All of them were new-borns who stayed with the pair for a year. What motivates them to devote so much care to often traumatised infants? How do their own sons feel about sharing their lives and home with a succession of babies? And how ha…
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The annual Smetana Litomyšl, the second oldest music festival in Czechia and the country's largest classical music festival outside of Prague, gets underway on Saturday. This year’s edition, marking the bicentenary of the birth of Bedřich Smetana, promises to be the biggest in the festival’s history. I discussed the event with its artistic director…
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The Czech Republic has only had two presidencies so far in the course of its membership in the European Union. The first Czech presidency in 2009 was complicated by the fall of the government, when a caretaker cabinet had to step in and complete it. The country’s second stint at the helm of the European Union, in 2022, was much more successful. In …
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The Prague Sounds music festival, which takes place in November and was previously called Strings of Autumn, prides itself on mixing up genres. This year it will feature jazz great Branford Marsalis alongside rather less well-known names in the fields of hip-hop, modern classical and electronic music. I spoke to programmer Guy Borg at an event this…
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This year, Czechia is marking the 20th anniversary of its accession to the European Union. When it joined the club, some people in this country were concerned about whether the Czech voice would be heard in the competition of so many other countries, especially the ‘heavy-weights’. Twenty years on, one can say that in a number of cases, the Czechs …
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