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Broadcast 2 months ago
by Vinyl Burns Radio Show

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Tags: radio, comedy, character

Wake up with Vinyl Burns, on radioactive.fm or right here, any time... www.vinylburns.com Playlist Dancing In Outerspace - David Bowie Here She Comes - Dierks Bently Blues Hand Me Down - Vintage Trouble Queen Of The Night - Don McGlashan Somebody Else - Robert Glasper Experiment Somebody To Love Me - Mark Ronson & The Business International Need You Tonight - Mylo Sugar Don't Work - Elvis Costello & The Roots Guilty In The Court Of Love - Vinyl Burns & The Flavour Of Yesterday


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Broadcast 2 months ago at Union, MO, USA
by Paul Curtman

Tags: Bureaucracy, taxes, DSG

Debating about cars isn’t the most popular policy area, but consider this: every dollar wasted on an unnecessary expense is a dollar the government shouldn’t have taken from you in the first place and its a dollar that leaves our local economy because it is consumed by government bureaucracy.


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Broadcast 3 months ago
by Pole of Cold Expedition 2013

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Jay all over ___ people believe that water in running rivers is holy but just for an hour and a half to mid night and half past what so we just spent some time next to the river watching people coming collect water and wash them selves in the water cos ___ wash away their sins and but here it's ___ the last one we take this moment so I found at minus 56 centigrade. So ___ why go swimming which is what happens elsewhere but we did see lots of people coming to collect the water and washing themselves in the water. We collected some wash ourselves hopefully all make sure that we have a successful rest journey but we had a really fascinating day in the Cole it's in Hamstead place in the world today it is the fantastic meeting so many people and seeing so many ___


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Broadcast 3 months ago
by Pole of Cold Expedition 2013

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Hi well we've had a long exhausting cold day but a spectacular day on the road of bones the infamous road of bones and it really has lived up to it's name parts of it have been really good going but the last few hours have just seemed to go on and on and on and the road has got sort of smaller and bumper and bumper until it's little more than a track and the history of this place is always sort of in your mind really the fact that it was built by ___ prisoners that didn't make it out again which is why it's called the road of bones because they say under the road is the bodies of all the prisoners that helped build this road. So it's a tragic history but the scenery around it is just absolutely mind blowing and because it's so cold it's all kind of a bit weird all the trees are pasted with snow there very white.


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Broadcast 3 months ago at Saint Columb Major, Cornwall, UK
by Pole of Cold Expedition 2013

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This morning we left the ___ on the Cornwall Highway which heads East out of the City towards the ___ but it's quite exciting we're on our last leg to the coldest place in the world so and true to it's name it's pretty darn cold as we left the ___ this morning and it was quite exciting because to get in and out the city of Dukes you have to cross the River Leena it's about 10 kilometres wide so it's a really huge river and in the summer you cross the river on a ferry but in winter when the river freezes there's the highway goes right the way across the frozen road. So it's a nice Road and it's an official highway it sort of has people that come along and maintain it and it's a proper almost like dual carriage way across the ice and we came across it on the way into the ___ but we couldn't really see it cos it was dark so today as we can out of the ___ we got a really good look at it and


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Broadcast 3 months ago at Na h-Eileanan an Iar, UK
by Island Voices Audios

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Tags: Uist, Hebrides, Bonnie Prince

Jean-Didier Hache and Tommy Macdonald discuss in English the life of Neil MacEachan, Bonnie Prince Charlie's guide while he was on the run in the Hebrides.


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Broadcast 3 months ago at Na h-Eileanan an Iar, UK
by Island Voices Audios

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Tags: Uist, Hebrides, Bonnie Prince

Jean-Didier Hache discusses in English with Tommy Macdonald the remarkable story of Neil MacEachan's son, "The French Macdonald", who rose through the ranks of Napoleon's army.


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Broadcast 3 months ago at Na h-Eileanan an Iar, UK
by Island Voices Audios

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Tags: Uist, French, Hebrides

Jean-Didier Hache summarises in French the stories of Neil MacEachan and his son Alexandre Macdonald from the time of the 45 through the Napoleonic era.


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