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Nurture vs Nurture is a new podcast brought to you by the producers of Armchair Expert. Dr. Wendy Mogel, social-clinical psychologist and author, specializes in the protection and promotion of self-reliance, resilience, accountability and exuberance in children and she is our fearless leader in this new endeavor. Each week, Dr. Wendy sits down with a different set of parents for a therapy session. She brings her forty years of experience working with families to these intimate and wonderfull ...
 
Hey Siri how do we come up with a podcast name like how do we come up with something good something catchy like H3H3 or Armchair Expert it's just we are like really proud of ourselves for this one this project here really brought out the emotional side of us Jackson even cried a little Brady looks at himself differently Cale found love E added more letters to his name and Leo went out in the wild to get lost. New episodes every Friday!
 
Is it right to overthrow an oppressive ruler? Is democracy the best form of government? And will the fighting ever be justified? Throughout history, humanity has raised these and other major questions about how we can better rule ourselves-and great thinkers have provided ideas that continue to influence our world. Fresh out of "The Politics Book" from Dorling Kindersley, Yzillianalaiyne "Yzi" Burke will narrate the whole book for you! Whether you're a complete beginner, an avid student, or ...
 
You don't need to be a scientist to enjoy biology and environmentalism. Listen to the Cliff's Edge each week for a casual chat about everything from evolution to climate change, with some off-beat humor tossed in. Bring your curiosity and become an armchair expert in scientific issues that affect our daily lives. The Cliff's Edge: Biology and environmentalism for the rest of us.
 
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Two of the advertising industry’s most innovative and thought-provoking voices provide an unfiltered perspective on the signals in the noise -- exclusively on the iHeartPodcast Network.Laura Correnti and Alexa Christon host conversations with the advertising industry’s best practitioners on the new and next in marketing, media, and creativity every other Tuesday. Each episode, Laura and Alexa spot marketplace trends, introduce inspiring talent, and debate ideas and business models - providin ...
 
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Welcome to the C&R Podcast. Two Gurus who are Jacks of no trade and Masters of even less. We take on serious topics here at C&R, like whether ketchup is good on burgers and whether rain should really go away to come back another day? We sprinkle some topical comedy, CHAIRem animes, shitty philosophy etc. Brought to you by a couple of esteemed armchair experts. We often bring aboard the next Einstein himself, Dr. KC as an expert for all things good and holy on this earth. As well as other gue ...
 
RED FLAGS is a weekly talk show designed to be a one-stop shop for all the latest buzz in the true crime world. Crime writer Tori Telfer and armchair detective turned Tik Toker Karina Michelle share their unique perspectives, passion for investigation, and insightful analysis as they lead listeners through the latest crime headlines and shocking stories. Red flags warn us of danger, but they also show us where to look for solutions -- and our hosts move beyond the headlines to explore the sy ...
 
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Lara Vandenberg, CEO & Founder of Publicist.co (and sister product Operator) comes by Adlandia to talk about how she’s building the infrastructure for marketing and communications experts to go independent. She talks about how the need for marketing comms talent is only growing, how she’s digitizing the typically analog networking process through a…
 
In a truly special 50th episode of Places I Remember, Holocaust survivor Allan Hall tells his frightening, harrowing story as a child caught up in horror. We follow Allan and his parents from their comfortable life in Krakow, Poland, out-manuevering the Nazis in Lvov and Warsaw, and hiding in plain sight throughout the war. Lea prefaces his story w…
 
What a fabulous 2021 it's been for Places I Remember! We've talked with fascinating travelers. We've won awards, and are now heard in 2,000 cities and 101 countries. To celebrate, we're gifting you with a sampling of our favorite tales, stories and memories, so generously offered this past year. Here goes: Heidi Sarna, author of Secret Singapore, t…
 
Jarrod Dicker, the former Commercial VP of Washington Post and CEO of Po.et, is back on Adlandia in his new role as General Partner at TCG (The Chernin Group). Jarrod talks through the fundamentals of Web3, if and where brands should be hopping in, who on the client-side should be leading the charge, and his thoughts on legacy media co-existing wit…
 
Pattie Ehsaei (TikTok: “duchessofdecorum”), leads a delightful and informative discussion about unusual and entertaining customs around the world, with lots of giggles along with fascinating facts. After an intro about customs of the world by Lea, she and Pattie alternate in discussing customs in France, Italy, Nicaragua, Malaysia, Kuwait, Scotland…
 
We start with memories of vineyards and wineries around the world , including in Europe, South America, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia and the U.S. And then Lea and guest Karen Misuraca talk in more detail about Napa and Sonoma counties, wine regions in Northern California, outside San Francisco. We first discuss some differences, and then fo…
 
Iran is one of the great destinations of the world, but many travelers are hesitant to go. After listening to Pattie Ehsaei, born and raised in Iran, you'll want to, soon. She describes her birth-country's beauty, history and culture in cities including Tehran, Esfahan, Persepolis and Shiraz. She tells of castles, mosques, ziggurats, lagoons, islan…
 
Paul Melhus CEO of Tours By Locals, started his company to make a difference to both tourists and guides. We start by talking of regenerative travel, and what it is. Paul tells us about how his company, follows this new trend for responsible, sustainable travel, and how it started at the Great Wall of China. We then talk of over-traveled areas, und…
 
Heidi Sarna is co-founder with Ted Scull of quirkycruise.com. She focuses on small ship cruises of under 300 people -- on lakes, rivers, and oceans around the world. We discuss all aspects of small vessels, and by the end of the episode you'll get an idea if this special, more intimate kind of cruising is for you. Heidi tells why she started quirky…
 
Winter can be cold, and Lea prefers warmth, but the lights, markets, and festivals of the winter months create warm, beautiful (sometimes weird) experiences, terrific travel opportunities to understand the variety of customs and cultures around the world. Lea reflects on pleasures of winter. She talks of lights and fireworks and remembers festiviti…
 
Deeanne Burch is a deceptively gentle woman, but super strong when she needs to be. In her travel memoir, Journey Through Fire and Ice: Shattered Dreams Above the Arctic Circle she recounts life in a remote Inuit village. She tells it like it is -- and it gets scary. But she prevails. We begin with her comfortable early life in Canada centering on …
 
What's it like to live in Beverly Hills? Julie Wagner, CEO of The Beverly Hills Conference and Visitors Bureau gives us the inside scoop -- not just the stars' homes and Rodeo Drive, but the arts, green space, and surprises of this glam Southern California destination. We start with what makes Beverly Hills, so magical, including a discussion of it…
 
Former CMO of Tishman Speyer and newly appointed CMO of Moelis Australia Hospitality Management, Michaella Solar-March joins us for a conversation around community x physical spaces x commerce. Michaella talks to us about innovating legacy real estate asset, Rockefeller Center - turning it into an experience that echoes authentic New York. She shar…
 
Donna Sandstrom is passionate about whales. She is founder of The Whale Trail, and author of Orca Rescue! The True Story of an Orphaned Orca Named Springer. She and Lea share a fascinating discussion of whales, and other cetaceans, including orcas and porpoises. And also, best places to see them around the world. After talking about The Whale Trail…
 
Heidi Sarna, author of Secret Singapore, is an expat living with her family on that island-nation for 15 years. Lea introduces facts about Singapore, and then Heidi tells its secrets, including seawalls, shophouses, rail lines, mansions and shrines. We talk cruising and of exceptional Changi airport with its offerings, and 'Gardens By The Bay.' We …
 
Jean Chatzky knows how to save you money. A frequent guest on Oprah's show, a columnist for AARP, and 'Today' financial expert at NBC for 25 years, she's helped millions make the most of their budget. And that applies to traveling, as well. Jean offers us tips and then gets personal about some of her favorite travels, from childhood to now. We star…
 
Monica Padman, Co-creator, Co-host and Producer of the ever-expanding Armchair Expert podcast umbrella joins us in Adlandia. Monica talks about why relatability is key and opens unexpected introductions. Monica also explains how creating a safe space for their guests allows the shows to explore vulnerable topics and how her work as an improv actor …
 
David Downie lives on the Italian Riviera -- the Ligurian Coast -- the area of Genoa, Cinque Terre, Rapallo, Portofino and other appealing towns. And lucky for us, he writes about them, both non-fiction and fiction. His latest thriller, Red Riviera, is set in and around Rapallo, and offers excitement and thrills as well as a gorgeous setting. We ta…
 
Patrice Henry, with The Korea Tourism Organization, shares her travel experiences and memories of Korea with Lea. They talk a bit about the geography and history of the Korean peninsula, and then go on to the wonders of Seoul and of the areas outside the capital, including Busan and several of the islands, including national parks. We go on to disc…
 
Canadian expat Geraint Isitt has lived in the Middle East for 14 years, most of them in Dubai, the modern metropolis in the United Arab Emirates. We talk of the history of Dubai, and Lea remembers when she first visited in the 1980s, when it was a small desert town. Safety, expenses, heat, geography, outdoor activities, and lodgings from the opulen…
 
ID has a new podcast for you to listen to. Introducing Mind of a Monster, based on ID's iconic TV show. Mind of a Monster: Ed Kemper "The Co-Ed Killer" vs. Herbert Mullin, dives into the case of two serial killers operating at the same time in Santa Cruz, CA, and features jaw-dropping, never-before-heard audio recordings from the killers themselves…
 
Alex Lieberman (Executive Chairman) and Austin Rief (CEO) of Morning Brew drop by Adlandia to talk about their newsletter’s college campus start and future roadmap to serve their 3MM+ subscribers. Hear how they are finding product market fit, building and scaling niche audiences, and creating horizontal extensions for IP franchises including commer…
 
Brian Demo, a former U.S. Marine helicopter mechanic and now a Master RV Technician, has taken to the RV life -- full time -- along with his wife and daughter. They have spent years traveling from one coast of America to the other in their recreational vehicle. He tells us what to consider before buying or renting, types of vehicles, expenses, heal…
 
Jason Flesher, Expedition Team Leader on the discovery yacht Scenic Eclipse, shares all about Antarctica, from the elements to the explorers to experiencing the wonders of the icy continent. -- Jason tells how he became an expedition leader, and choosing the best ships to go to Antarctica. He gives us overviews of land and underwater, and talks abo…
 
CEO Larry Korman, a frequent California Highway One traveler, and Lea, who drove it on her honeymoon and many times since, take us along the Pacific Coastal Highway from Mendocino to Malibu, with stops along the way: realities like washouts, and the frequent pleasures of this spectacular drive, going north to south. -- We cover Mendocino with its g…
 
A celebration of fall around the world! Lea remembers ceremonies she attended in Asia and Mexico, as well as offering the best places to view autumn leaves, suggestions for Halloween and Thanksgiving, wine and beer celebrations, and some of the most unusual fall festivals, including a laughing-in-unison celebration in Japan. ___ Podcast host Lea La…
 
Lori Erickson, an award-winning travel writer, shares intense experiences around the world, and discusses deep, meaningful travel, often of great beauty. -- We talk of spiritual journeys, not only for religious reasons. Lori's trip to Lourdes showed her how people rely on faith. and she reflects on the beauty of a Maori area in New Zealand. Lea rem…
 
Is cruising coming back strong? Is it safe? Where are the best places to cruise right now? Bob Levinstein, CEO of Cruise Compete, covers many of your questions, and covers many types of ships and cruises, and offers inside tips. Lea and Bob share some or their favorite, memorable experiences, including a special moment by a waterfall in Guadalope; …
 
Mark Everard is just who you would imagine a New Zealander to be: warm, fit, open, informative, hospitable, polite -- and extremely proud of his very special homeland. He is one of New Zealand's most sought after private guides, and on this episode we speak to him in Auckland, as he tours us through the North and South Islands of this stunning Paci…
 
Hilary Nangle is a Maine maven -- born there, lives there and writes guidebooks about her beloved most-eastern New England state. She takes us on a trip up the coast, from the sandy south beaches to the rocky Down East peninsulas, and inland, to oudoor pleasures, sharing stories and fun facts along the way. --- What makes Maine so special? Hilary s…
 
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