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Welcome to the Gracie Jiu Jitsu Rocks! podcast, a podcast dedicated to Gracie Jiu Jitsu and all things Gracie, including self defense, competition, anti bullying, women's self defense and empowerment, nutrition, and most especially the people involved in GJJ..........This podcast is for the average Joe; it's for anyone who practices, trains, teaches, or just loves to talk about or hear about Gracie Jiu Jitsu. We'll explore the lives of Gracie JJ practitioners, how they got involved with the ...
 
Strange things happen in Twillingdale and it's beauty masks the horrors that have taken place there. The truth has been kept a secret for centuries but now all is revealed. Each podcast has been written by Katherine McDermott and directed by Sian Berry and has been produced by the great team at Bamalam Productions who are based in Wigan, Greater Manchester. Photographs are by Shannon Landers and all illustrations are by Laura Crow. Check out our website at www.ravagedbytime.co.uk Email any f ...
 
We’re wandering between two worlds. Modernity as we knew it is passing away, and the next world is yet to be born. Like Dante, we are in a dark wood, struggling to know how to think and how to live. Virgil guided Dante with the light of natural reason, then Beatrice illuminated the path to Paradise with Christian revelation. Welcome to the Beatrice Institute Podcast, where Christian faith and reason illuminate the best of academic thinking and research. How should we think and live in this t ...
 
In this podiobook: The characters in Steven J. McDermott's short story collection Winter of Different Directions struggle to keep life's body blows and uppercuts from becoming knockout punches, whether they bring them on themselves, or receive them from friends, lovers, co-workers, or family. You might root for them. You might root against them. But just like the relatives you hope won't show for Thanksgiving, these are characters you can't forget. With his stunning range and passionate deli ...
 
Are you a person who loves to cook but every now and then you screw up? You've come to the right place! Since 2004, Adam Roberts (aka The Amateur Gourmet) has been writing about his adventures and misadventures in the kitchen. He's the author of three books (including the upcoming Broadway cookbook, Give My Swiss Chards to Broadway), a contributor to the L.A. Times and The Washington Post, and the writer of a biweekly newsletter for Substack. Each week on The Amateur Gourmet podcast, there's ...
 
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Pandemic Poetry unveils new poetry and poets for your new normal. Tune in every Thursday and join host Silvia Canton Rondoni for a poetry reading, a chat with the poet of the week and learn more about the book where the poem can be found. Short and sweet, Pandemic Poetry is produced by Woroni Radio station at The Australian National University in Canberra. We acknowledge the Ngunnawal people and their Elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty has never been ceded. It always was and alwa ...
 
My Favourite Takeaway is the brand new food and comedy podcast series hosted by comedian and takeaway addict Tom Craine (Drunk History, Russell Howard’s Good News, Last Leg: Correspondents), and his similarly food obsessed friend Cimran Shah. Each week our hosts will head into the home of a celebrity guest, to share their favourite takeaway with them… EXACTLY as they’d normally have it! From Peruvian street food slouched on James Acaster’s huge L-Shaped sofa, to an Antiguan feast on Andi Oli ...
 
Listening to better music and listening to music better - with music industry veteran, author, artist, and producer John J. Thompson and a diverse panel of artists, songwriters, producers, and industry innovators who seek the deeper resonances in music and culture. Knowing that all music is spiritual, can we sing along with the good, the true, and the beautiful in ways that make us better neighbors, more compelling artists, and richer reflectors of the light by which we live and move and hav ...
 
Listen to Lee, Ryan and Dave talk about how much Dave dislikes Queens of the Stone Age and how much they worship the band. We also get into how we listen to certain genres of music but the artists we're influenced by are in completely different genres.
 
Music plus reflections on faith and culture from a seat of Catholic learning since the 13th century. Chavagnes International College was first a medieval Benedictine monastery, then a seminary in the wake of the French Revolution and now an international Catholic boarding school for boys with its own Liberal Arts university college. Our podcast includes music from our liturgy (mostly the boys' choir singing chant and sacred polyphony, with some Bach and Mozart), plus talks from conferences a ...
 
Hosted by Artistic Director Paul Kildea, the Chamber of Musical Curiosities is a podcast exploring the world in and around Musica Viva Australia. This season features an eclectic range of guests in conversation with Paul Kildea, as both parties reflect upon creativity, their career, and their passion for chamber music. Australian linguist and musicologist Malcolm Gillies, violinist Wilma Smith, writer and broadcaster Jane Caro, and actor and theatre director John Bell all feature.
 
Do you have big dreams and ambitions but no idea how to achieve them? Then the Caviar Dreams, Tuna Fish budget podcast is for you! You may know Margaret Josephs from Bravo's Real Housewives of New Jersey as the Powerhouse in Pigtails and that's because she's never compromised her personal style or subdued her personality to be taken seriously and succeed in the male dominated business world. “The Marge" is not from the lucky sperm club, and has had to work hard and hustle her way to achievin ...
 
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Thanks to Scott McDermott for joining me on "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner!" Scott is an elite athlete, regularly competing in the Ultraman. This competition covers three days and makes a 26-mile marathon run look like a walk in the park. The Ultraman World Championships are held on the Big Island of Hawaii. The race includes a 6.2 mil…
 
On August 1, 1966, after stabbing his mother and his wife to death the night before, Charles Whitman, a former Marine, took rifles and other weapons to the observation deck atop the Main Building tower at the University of Texas at Austin, then opened fire indiscriminately on people on the surrounding campus and streets. Over the next 96 minutes he…
 
In this episode we celebrate the life of 4th degree Pedro Sauer Black Belt Professor Keith Owen through the eyes of his family, affiliates, fellow instructors, the people who loved him. Keith Owen was an incredible man. He was an incredible teacher, mentor, friend, husband, father, and an amazing human being who impacted so many people’s lives. He …
 
In this episode, I sat down with David Shafer. David has been creating incredible and cutting edge lens designs for decades; my first introduction to his work were his free slides he posted which looked like magic to me at the time. David discusses how he got into optics, his background in philosophy and how that guided his approach to optical desi…
 
Few artists have committed to the ethic of apocalyptic – even gothic – Americana as completely as Colorado’s David Eugene Edwards. From his early work with The Denver Gentlemen and 16 Horsepower to the last two decades of material he has offered via Wovenhand, Edwards practically haunts every stage, and album, with spirits that are simultaneously s…
 
What's it like to be famous on TikTok? Ask Chef Jon Kung who has 1.5 million followers on there and is frequently on lists of TikTok's best food accounts. Learn how he went from being a chef in Detroit to being a full-time TikToker, what his process is, whether he writes his narrations or improvises them, what kind of camera he uses, how he thinks …
 
In memory of our friend Michael Bloodgood, we revisit a conversation we recorded with him for the Electric Jesus Podcast in 2021. With roots in the Jesus Movement, but a career that really took off in the 80s metal scene, Michael was a true "metal missionary." We already miss him sorely. Presented in cooperation with Blue Tape Records and the Elect…
 
The Prayer Chain is the only band that ever appeared on the cover of the old print version of the True Tunes magazine twice! Though their original run lasted only six years, the band has reunited a few times since breaking up in 1996. One of those was a 2018 show in Anaheim, and JJT was there – in a backstage freight container at a "secret show" at…
 
The prophet Isaiah speaks of the foolishness of those who bow down to the work of their own hands, idols made of wood that cannot speak and have no power of their own. And yet the irony of idolatry is that idols come to have a strange power over us and our actions. John Wyatt of the Faraday Institute sees this biblical image of the idol as a powerf…
 
For years, I've been trying to pitch articles to the New York Times food section and for years I've been failing. On a total lark, I invited Emily Weinstein, the food and cooking editor for the Times, on to my podcast and in a mind-blowing turn of events, she said yes! Today's episode, then, gets down to the nitty-gritty: what does Emily look for i…
 
To paraphrase BJ Barham, Michael McDermott has come out of the darkness to be the light. His illustrious career goes back to the late 80s. For many folks he is the best songwriter you’ve never heard of. For others he is the voice of multiple generations. His most recent record St. Paul’s Boulevard is my favorite thing he has done. McDermott builds …
 
Thanks to Heather Fork, MD, for joining me on "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner!" I first interviewed Heather about her coaching practice several years ago for Medscape.com, and she has valuable experience to share. Heather is a former dermatologist but discovered that private practice didn't align with her personality and long-term goals…
 
President of the United States Ronald Reagan was shot and wounded by John Hinckley Jr. in Washington, D.C. as he was returning to his limousine after a speaking engagement at the Washington Hilton. Hinckley believed the attack would impress actress Jodie Foster, with whom he had developed an erotomanic obsession. Reagan was seriously wounded by a .…
 
On this episode of The Writer and the Critic your hosts, Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond, first take some time to shamelessly plug Kirstyn's forthcoming collection of short fiction, Hard Places, out soon through Trepidatio Publishing. The books up for discussion this month are Dance Move by Wendy Erskine [9:55] and Ariadne, I Love You by J. Ashley-S…
 
S2 EP9: Matthew Crosby This week we are joined by the brilliant comedian - Matthew Crosby. He invited us into his home to enjoy some fish and chips from his favourite place in South East London. Thanks for listening. Please rate and review. Cheers, Tom and Cimran. Get in touch with the show: Email: HELLO@MYFAVOURITETAKEAWAYPODCAST.COM Twitter: @Fav…
 
The musical highways and byways of this great land are littered with the bedazzled corpses of countless, failed, one-shot rock bands. How many of them, though, would be able to enlist the support of thousands of fans three decades after their demise and raise over $140,000 to mix and master a long-lost live recording – and – release a new studio al…
 
Kate McDermott is the author of two widely-celebrated books on pie (The Art of the Pie and Pie Camp; Publisher's Weekly called The Art of the Pie "one of the best books written on the subject") and teaches a regular pie-making workshop at her home in Washington State. Today she comes on The Amateur Gourmet Podcast to school me on all things pie: fr…
 
Mark Schultz, olympic gold medal wrestler, UFC veteran, and Pedro Sauer black belt discusses Why he purposely threw the last match of the 1988 Olympics, Foxcatcher movie and why he didn’t like it, His book - Foxcatcher and the real story of Foxcatcher, His epic match with Rickson, How he got into UFC 9, Why he only fought in one UFC, Pedro Sauer’s …
 
Michaela Anne is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist based in Nashville, TN. Her fifth full length record Oh To Be That Free was released on June 10th of 2022 on Yep Roc Records and it is a gorgeous, powerful collection of songs. Y’all, this may be the most personal and emotional conversation we have recorded on The Marinade and I am so…
 
Ryan, Grant, and Gretchen ask each other all their burning questions, probing more deeply into past interviews and breaking new territory. Together they ponder how Jesus might run a tech company, the desire to live forever and its impact on procreation, and what it means to be stewards of reality.
 
RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner, operated by the White Star Line, which sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on 15 April 1912 after striking an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton, UK, to New York City. Of the estimated 2,224 passengers and crew aboard, more than 1,500 died, which made the sinking one of the deadliest for a sing…
 
What's the secret to writing a really good recipe? How do you make it unique while also making it simple enough for people to do at home? Enter Jessie Sheehan, celebrated baker, TikTok superstar, and author of the brand new cookbook, Snackable Bakes. In today's talk, we cover everything from coming up with the initial recipe concept, bringing it in…
 
Thanks to Ronald Pies, MD, psychiatrist, author of eight books, and occasional writing collaborator with me on Medscape.com, for appearing on "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner." This interview was an excellent opportunity to learn more about Ron and how he balances his writing and medical careers. Please join us for this 20-minute intervi…
 
This year's James Beard awards COMPLETELY shut L.A. out of the mix, awarding the country's second largest city zero citations for what is commonly considered one of the most vibrant, exciting, and relevant food scenes in the country. Here to talk us through the controversy is Farley Elliott, Senior Editor of Eater L.A., who has lots to say, not jus…
 
The original Woodstock Festival happened once. The Cornerstone Festival, however, gathered an unlikely and diverse group of rock and rollers from around the world to two different pieces of land 29 years in a row. Even as the so-called “Jesus Movement,” of the late 60s, and its’ fascinating musical soundtrack, transformed throughout the 80s into mo…
 
S2 EP8: Tom Gray This week we are joined by the brilliant actor, comedian, and writer - Tom Gray. Tom joined us for some sushi takeaway and shared some incredible McDonalds ordering hacks. Enjoy! Thanks for listening. Please rate and review. Cheers, Tom and Cimran. Get in touch with the show: Email: HELLO@MYFAVOURITETAKEAWAYPODCAST.COM Twitter: @Fa…
 
In this episode, we do something a bit new, in that I am the person being interviewed by previous guest Kris Ford. I talk about my own perspectives on being a co-founder of ELE Optics, the general experience , fun, and stress of a startup. I do want to give warning this episode is lighter on technical aspects or science and instead focuses on our e…
 
The liberal tradition frames the story of modernity as the gradual victory of freedom against state hegemony. Liberty, the consent of the people to be governed, and individual rights are the mainstay of western society. But are we really more free than before? What if freedom isn’t what we think? Historian and theologian Andrew Willard Jones talks …
 
This is the lost Episode 50 and our guest is our host Jason Earle. One of Jason's earliest thought partners for what would become The Marinade was his good friend Peter Haroldson. Peter is a kind, hilarious, and wildly intelligent guy. When The Marinade first began, the idea of getting to episode number 50 seemed like some far off abstraction. Woul…
 
Thanks to Robert Snyder, DPM, and Robert Mueller, the General Manger of Reddress, for joining me on "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner" to discuss "Actigraft," a novel wound healing product. I first heard about Actigraft from a news report that Reddress had donated several hundred units to Ukraine to assist with civilian and military casua…
 
S2 EP7: Crystelle Pereira This week we are joined by the brilliant cook and baker, Crystelle Pereira. Crystelle first came to our attention as a finalist in 2021 Bake-off. And we talked (eventually) about her favourite Japanese food amongst other takeaway related goodness... Thanks for listening. Please rate and review. Cheers, Tom and Cimran. Get …
 
The Oklahoma City bombing was a domestic terrorist truck bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States, on April 19, 1995. Perpetrated by American terrorists Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols, the bombing happened at 9:02 am and killed at least 168 people, including many children, injured more than 680 o…
 
On this episode of The Writer and the Critic your hosts, Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond, quickly dispense with a (mostly) non-political intro and general discussion of post-apocalyptic narratives. The books up for discussion this month are Manhunt by Gretchen Felker-Martin [5:25] and And Then I Woke Up by Malcolm Devlin [44:40]. This excellent revi…
 
S2 EP6: Sam Thompson + Zara McDermott This week we are joined by the brilliant Sam Thompson + Zara McDermott. Real life couple Sam and Zara first found fame on 'Made In Chelsea' and 'Love Island' and kindly invited us into their home to share a Chinese takeaway, and most impressively an incredible spice drawer and condiment collection. Thanks for l…
 
Jamie Marich, Ph-d and Anna Pirkl, LMFT, authors of Healing Trauma with Jiu Jitsu, discuss what trauma is and how common it is, the toll it takes on our lives, how trauma shrinks our worlds, the link/relationship between addictions and trauma, importance of physical play, moving from victim mentality to warrior activist, the range of response in Ji…
 
Before I got hit by Covid, I spent an hour talking to the delightful coffee expert Ever Meister — who I met at my first favorite coffee shop, Joe on Waverly in the early aughts — about all things espresso, cappuccino, and, most importantly of all, latte art. Meister's been something of a fairy godmother when it comes to my homemade coffee drinks. I…
 
Not everyone walking St. Paul’s Boulevard makes it out alive. No one survives it unchanged. This mythological road plays home to a haunting cast of characters, and our guide on this episode of the True Tunes Podcast is none other than the road’s creator - and street-sweeper: singer, songwriter, and seeker, Michael McDermott. No one tells a story li…
 
The modern conception of how time unfolds leaves us trapped in a chronological sequence with no return to the past; but is it true that “you can’t go back”? In the second part of their conversation, Matthew and Ryan discuss how the past can erupt into the present; why cultivating these temporal possibilities must be an ecumenical project; the way i…
 
This is Episode 112 and our guest is Laney Jones. Laney is a singer and songwriter from central Florida who now makes her home in Nashville. Her outstanding new record Stories Up High was released on May 20, 2022. We recorded this episode just before Laney’s record release party at Will’s Pub in Orlando, FL. She came over to the house and immediate…
 
Thanks to Christopher Loo, M.D., Ph.D., for joining me on "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner!" Somehow, while immersed in academics and earning an M.D. and Ph.D., Chris' entrepreneurial talents allowed him to achieve financial independence by age 29 and retire a multimillionaire at age 38. After traveling the world, he settled down to offe…
 
New York based designer Arianne Elmy boasts that “her pieces are made for the woman that wants to stand out, the all or nothing type of woman, she is unique and powerful.” Founded in 2015 after studying at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and Central Saint Martins in London, her eponymous brand has created quite the buzz from its inception. Following it…
 
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