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Award-winning actor Alec Baldwin takes listeners into the lives of artists, policy makers and performers. Alec sidesteps the predictable by going inside the dressing rooms, apartments, and offices of people we want to understand better: Ira Glass, Lena Dunham, David Letterman, Barbara Streisand, Tom Yorke, Chris Rock and others. Hear what happens when an inveterate guest becomes a host.
 
Radio8Ball is a musical divination podcast hosted by ANDRAS JONES. We answer questions (and question answers) by picking songs at random, and interpreting them like musical tarot cards. The questions come from our celebrity guests and the answers are performed by our featured songwriter. Featured guests have included: Viggo Mortensen, Fred Armisen, Jon Auer, Tig Notaro, Mose Allison, Eleni Mandell, Inara George, Allen Toussaint, Susanna Hoffs, John Trudell, Michael Ian Black, John Doe, Exene ...
 
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Opinion writer Jonathan Capehart talks with newsmakers who challenge your ideas on politics, and explore how race, religion, age, gender and cultural identity are redrawing the lines that both divide and unite America. "Cape Up" is a podcast from Washington Post Opinions, with conversations adapted from Washington Post Live events.
 
From Laura Brown and the Editors of InStyle comes a podcast dedicated to and inspired by the women who are consistently brave, kind and curious. The ones who empower other women and know how to get things done. Following the tone of InStyle, it’s not just celebs for celebs sake; it’s the ones who have something to say. It’s not just fashion for fashion’s sake; it’s about style and how to make it yours. In weekly interviews, Laura shares the mic with the changemakers and rulebreakers making w ...
 
The Nick Blevins Family Ministry Podcast is where you can hear from top leaders in children’s ministry, student ministry and family ministry. You’ll learn the principles and practices they use to lead families with the goal of helping you maximize the potential in your ministry. For more content and notes, head to nickblevins.com.
 
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(Recorded October 6, 2021) Even if you don’t know the name Merry Clayton, you know her voice. It’s the one belting on The Rolling Stones’ Gimme Shelter and it is remarkable - you can actually hear Mick Jagger hooting and hollering in the background after Clayton sings the hook. Clayton started providing backing vocals for Bobby Darin as a teenager …
 
This episode features Lisa Molite who serves on staff at Community Christian Church leading a dynamic kidmin large group program, both in-person and online. Lisa also joined the Multiply Ministry online conference and this contains a section of a Zoom interview with other Ministry Boost members. Lisa Molite Connect with Lisa on Facebook | Instagram…
 
This week Laura Brown sits down with actress and producer Ellen Pompeo to discuss privilege, power and literally not giving a f**k. She shares how she got that record-breaking raise and what’s next after 17 seasons of Grey’s Anatomy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy InStyle
 
(Recorded September 2021) Actress Marilu Henner is known for a lot of things, from her groundbreaking role as Elaine Nardo on Taxi to her New York Times bestselling books on health and wellness to her amazing, nearly one-of-a-kind memory. But what shines through in every story, joke, and answer she gives Alec is her positivity and joy. Henner is so…
 
Today, the name Gucci, with its iconic double "G" logo, is an internationally renowned luxury fashion label. But what of the Gucci family responsible for its creation? In this week's two part series, we delve into the fashion history of one of the world's most instantly recognizable brands by centering the family responsible for its creation and it…
 
This episode features Yancy Richmond, Dove Award-winning singer and songwriter as she shares what discipling kids in worship looks like. She has led and championed kid's worship for many years and shares a unique perspective about focusing on creating moments to teach about why worship is so important to our faith. Yancy also joined the Multiply Mi…
 
(Recorded October 4, 2021) Journalist Nicolas Niarchos may be the grandson of a famous Greek shipping magnate, but he can be found covering challenging and dangerous subjects like conflicts, minerals, and migration in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He is a reporter at large at The New Yorker and a contributor to TIME, The Guardian, The New Yor…
 
This week we talk with Cooper Hewitt textile curator Susan Brown about the life and legacy of Suzie Zuzek, the artist behind the iconic fabrics of American fashion brand Lilly Pulizter. Zuzek's incredible--and long overlooked--contributions are the subject of the museum's exhibition Suzy Zuzek for Lily Pulitzer: The Prints That Made the Fashion Bra…
 
This episode features Andrae Jones, NextGen Pastor at One Community Church in Plano, TX, and he shares a unique perspective of doing ministry inside and outside of the church, focusing on how to connect with people/teams outside of the weekend. Andrae also joined the Multiply Ministry online conference and in this section of a Zoom interview, he gi…
 
(Recorded in June 2021) Filmmaker Tony Palmer’s more than 100 documentaries have featured everyone from Cream to Stravinsky; Jimi Hendrix to Yehudi Menuhin; Leonard Cohen to Richard Wagner. He collaborated with Frank Zappa on the surreal cult-classic 200 Motels and with his friend, John Lennon on All You Need is Love, a multipart series on the earl…
 
We are joined by Damian Jöel, an interdisciplinary artist and fashion storyteller whose fashion story "Songs of the Gullah" is at the heart of the new exhibition History is Rarely Black or White on view at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre in Ontario, Canada. Further Reading: Damian's work: https://linktr.ee/introxdj History is Rarely Black or White…
 
Jason Cyrus and Anne-Marie Guérin join us in a discussion about the complex histories quite literally woven into the cotton garments we wear, the subject of the new exhibition History is Rarely Black or White at Ontario's Agnes Etherington Art Centre's exhibition. For more on the exhibit: https://agnes.queensu.ca/exhibition/history-is-rarely-black-…
 
In his latest memoir, "No Time Like the Future: An Optimist Considers Mortality," veteran actor Michael J. Fox discusses how he's adapted to life with Parkinson's disease. This conversation was recorded in September for Washington Post Live. See more from Jonathan Capehart Read more from Washington Post Opinions Listen to Please, Go On…
 
(Recorded June 2021) Estonian conductor Paavo Järvi is one of the most in-demand maestros in the world, and one of Alec’s favorite conductors. Järvi is currently the chief conductor of the NHK symphony orchestra in Tokyo and the Tonhalle Orchester-Zürich. Over his career, he’s led orchestras in Paris, Frankfurt, Stockholm, Malmö, and, for the decad…
 
(Recorded September 2021) British documentarian Lucy Walker is asking big questions with her latest film, Bring Your Own Brigade. Specifically, why are there more catastrophic wildfires worldwide, and what could mitigate the destruction? Her gripping film focuses on real people impacted by two 2018 California wildfires, “The Camp Fire,” which kille…
 
In part two of this week's episode, sustainability activist Aja Barber shares how individual consumers can affect change via their buying habits. RECOMMENDED READING: Barber, Aja, Consumed: The Need for Collective Change: Colonialism, Climate Change and Consumerism. New York: Balance, 2021. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodc…
 
This episode features Brittany Nelson, founder of Deeper Kidmin, as she shares about getting volunteers back into serving roles after the events following the pandemic. Brittany also joined the Multiply Ministry online conference and in this section of a Zoom interview, she shares some of her most recent learnings in regard to recruiting and retain…
 
In this week's two-part episode, we chat with sustainability activist Aja Barber about the intersections of human rights, climate change and the fashion industry. RECOMMENDED READING: Barber, Aja, Consumed: The Need for Collective Change: Colonialism, Climate Change and Consumerism. New York: Balance, 2021. Learn more about your ad-choices at https…
 
(Recorded July 2021) Glenn Shepard, Ph.D., is an ethnobotanist and medical anthropologist who’s worked with indigenous people in the Amazon for decades. Filipe DeAndrade is the host of Nat Geo Wild’s Untamed. These remarkable storytellers have a way of making you care about people, places, and animals that are often overlooked and misunderstood. Th…
 
We continue our conversation with Dr. Reem El Mutwalli about the evolving dress traditions and practices of the United Arab Emirates, a young country with a rich sartorial and textile history. Further Reading and Listening: Dr. Reem's first Dressed interview can be found here: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/105-dressed-the-history-of-fas-29000690/e…
 
This episode is from a webinar hosted by Nick Blevins and Kenny Conley focused on five steps to recruit volunteers now. Both Kenny and Nick believe these five steps are the secret sauce to being able to onboard volunteers quickly within your ministry. Kenny Conley and Nick Blevins Connect with them through Ministry Boost Clearstream Clearstream wor…
 
Dr. Reem El Mutwalli joins us to discuss her book Sultani Traditions Renewed: Changes in Women’s Traditional Dress in the UAE during the reign of Shaikh Zayid Al Nahyan, 1966-2004. Dr. Reem is the founder of The Zay Initiative, the first fashion collection dedicated exclusively to dress from across the Arab world. Further Reading and Listening: Dr.…
 
(Recorded July 2021) Marla Frazee’s an award-winning children’s book author and illustrator. She also the genius behind Boss Baby, the business-suit-wearing, hard-charging infant who changed Alec’s life. Marla Frazee says she tackles serious topics such as babies, birthday cake, boxer shorts, boys, and roller coasters. She’s been honored twice with…
 
In honor of the new exhibition on Patrick Kelly which just opened at the de Young Museum in San Francisco, we re-air our 2019 episode with Dr. Eric Darnell Pritchard on Kelly's life and legacy. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy iHeartPodcasts
 
In this episode, I have the privilege of interviewing Jim Wideman and we talk about leadership that lasts. Jim has led within church ministry for many years and his unique perspective on authentic leadership is something that will benefit anyone leading in kids and family ministry in this day and time. Jim Wideman Connect with Jim on Facebook | Twi…
 
Is fashion art? And is art fashion? In this case, the answer to both is a resounding yes! Tune in this week as we explore a series of textiles designed by some of Modern arts greats: Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Joan Miró and Fernand Léger. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
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