Some of those reports contained enough information to estimate a date range for the events they described. The quake passed the two-minute mark. Since trees do not grow in the winter, he and Atwater concluded that sometime between August of 1699 and May of 1700 an earthquake had caused the land to drop and killed the cedars. Hosted by Linsky, the podcast was not intended to offer objective, skeptical coverage; Pineapple was being paid by the campaign, and from the start Linsky declared himself to be in the tank. You can practically hear him dismissively waving his hand.
Temple plays her this way on the show, too—and, of course, her wariness turns out to be the correct impulse. Unmoored on the undulating ground, the homes will begin to collapse. It energizes a whole community of people. He does an astounding amount of research behind each show to try and sift through the tall tales and urban legends, in order to provide the most accurate accounts possible. I hope that we hear more.
In playing Debra, Britton finds a brilliant balance of characteristics, centered on the complexity of her relationship with love. Each tube contains a core sample of the seafloor. You run for your life. Any one of these second-order disasters could swamp the original earthquake in terms of cost, damage, or casualties—and one of them definitely will. The robbery piece replicates a bit too well the stress and tedium of the hostage situation, making copious use of theoretically valuable but extremely grating-to-listen-to phone calls of the negotiations. A conversation in Episode 2 between Margolis and his wife about their big-one worries has a similar tenor: they talk about possibly getting stranded during the workday, far from their nanny and son.
He was stopped only after the combined involvement of the Dallas County district attorney, a lawyer, a journalist, and the state medical board—heroic efforts initiated by Henderson and Dr. Public radio, in which many narrative podcasters got their start, is not for profit, and aims at producing programming in the service of a better, and better-informed, society. To provide factual ballast, the story would be interwoven with interviews of incarceration experts, former prisoners, and corrections officials. Your left hand represents an oceanic plate called Juan de Fuca, ninety thousand square miles in size. We get the nice feeling of an eye looking down from above, observing our struggles and our fervent erroneous beliefs with affection and care. I think about that time, that day? Occasionally, at the borders where they meet, it is not. Native Americans had lived in the Northwest for millennia, but they had no written language, and the many things to which the arriving Europeans subjected them did not include seismological inquiries.
A recent study conducted by Edison Research found that nearly a quarter of Americans listen to podcasts at least once a month. In Hollywood, there is considerable interest in podcasting as a relatively inexpensive means of developing an idea. Refrigerators will walk out of kitchens, unplugging themselves and toppling over. Brokaw vehemently denied the allegations, and many network colleagues, including Rachel Maddow and Andrea Mitchell, signed a letter of support. Duntsch is now serving a life sentence in prison.
It had long been assumed that they died slowly, as the sea level around them gradually rose and submerged their roots. The team revised the final episode half a dozen times before settling on a version in which Taberski concludes that Simmons did, after all, deserve to be left alone. Musicians play an outsized role in this narrative of art crime. How long has he been practicing? Our narrative pays special attention to The Carnegie Hall Concert album, what Hee Haw did for country music on television and innovations that Don Rich and Buck Owens brought to country music. This episode is recommended for fans of: Harlan Howard, Merle Haggard, Charley Pride, Asleep at the Wheel, Ashley Judd, guns, dysfunctional families and liars. I often laugh while listening, admiring his zeal. He talked about the link between loving yourself, eating right, and moving your body—often sharing painful memories of having been obese as a youth and hating himself because of it.
They are finding their way—discovering who they are, who to trust, how to act. But the fiction of his story is based on an intense amount of reporting I have done. At the center of every episode of this homegrown series—which Coe writes, produces, and records on his own time and his own dime—is some mystery about country music, some disagreement, some essential unknown. These are all unexpected moments in an operation that the investigators have named Prom Night. This episode is especially recommended for fans of metaphysics, banjo, Dwight Yoakam, Emmylou Harris, Merle Haggard, Tales from the Tour Bus, Easy Rider and Forensic Files.
That is no longer a problem of information; we now understand very well what the Cascadia fault line will someday do. Both series feature logo art that evokes horror movies or mass-market thrillers, advertising that approaches tastelessness, and narratives that occasionally verge on melodrama. We watch Debra make wrong-footed choices while sympathizing with her. In the end, Simmons, on some level, appears to be fine. To my ears, this is why the stodgy Robert J. We get to know them, as well as the fascinating history of public housing in the U. Recurrence intervals are averages, and averages are tricky: ten is the average of nine and eleven, but also of eighteen and two.
You imagine the underground plates and feel some tremors yourself. The tax increase for residents amounted to two dollars and sixteen cents per thousand dollars of property value. Almost three hundred died in Hurricane Sandy. To my ears, this is why the stodgy Robert J. This podcast is published by Tyler Mahan Coe, son of David Allen Coe, and is based in the firsthand stories and legends that Tyler had heard and listened to while on the road with his father. The Lewinsky story exploded into our consciousness via a new online publication, the Drudge Report; Fox News, which went on the air in 1996, had a field day with it, and with the Clintons more broadly.
Then they take her to a nearby Ritz-Carlton, where two men from the office of the independent counsel Ken Starr clarify the stakes: twenty-seven years in prison, for lying on an affidavit in which she denied a relationship with Clinton. Our new friend Diana Damrau is Violetta. But there are new rules for subsidized tenants—about cleanliness, pets, food storage, unit inspections—and an ominous feeling looms about what such measures portend. But, covertly, they also present us with problems of time. And nearly all the volcanoes are caused by the oceanic plates sliding deep beneath the continental ones, eventually reaching temperatures and pressures so extreme that they melt the rock above them. Of the four schools that Dougherty oversees, with a total student population of sixteen hundred, one is relatively safe. Robert Henderson, a respected veteran surgeon who works at the Dallas Medical Center.