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The podcast for people who love to sew – from the people who love to write about sewing! Brought to you by the editors of Threads magazine, this insightful podcast takes on topics important to sewing enthusiasts. Listen in for humor, wisdom, and opinions from expert guests and the Threads staff as they discuss sewing techniques, fashion design, fitting conundrums, and more. Use your ears to become a better sewer! Hear the talent behind the world’s top garment-sewing magazine.
 
The podcast for people who love plants—but not always the same ones. Brought to you by the editors of Fine Gardening, this fun, informative podcast tackles all things topical in gardening. You’ll listen to the insights (and arguments) of Editor-in-Chief Steve Aitken and Senior Editor Danielle Sherry as they discuss various horticultural subjects on a deeper level. You will also hear from today’s leading horticultural minds who will offer their wisdom and opinions about what you might want to ...
 
The Root Cellar is a podcast about purposeful creation. Each episode, Alexander speaks with an artist/maker about their process, the tension between commerce and creation, the relationship between audience and creator, and how we preserve the things that nourish creation.
 
On this podcast, we interview voice and bodywork professionals to provide helpful information for overall health and optimal function of the voice. We interview SLPs, Otolaryngologists, Manual Therapists, Body Oriented Psychotherapists, Health Coaches, Fitness Instructors, Broadway Performers, Opera singers, Singer/Songwriters, Voice Teachers, Composers, Company Managers, Sports Broadcasters, and more. It is our mission to educate the professional voice user and provide knowledgable, creativ ...
 
A podcast from Washington Post Live, the newsroom’s live journalism platform, where top-level government officials, business leaders, cultural influencers and emerging voices discuss the most pressing issues driving the news cycle nationally and across the globe. From one-on-one newsmaker interviews to in-depth multi-segment programs, Washington Post Live brings The Post’s newsroom to life.
 
Every weekday morning, XRAY FM brings you a live news broadcast, along with discussions of current events and live interviews with community activists, politicians, journalists, and more. Start your mornings at 7am on XRAY for diverse and compelling discussions from hosts Christine Alexander, Keera Lindenberg, Julia Oppenheimer, DJ Ambush, Morgan Jones, Andy Lindberg, Belinda Carrol, and more as they supply information, context, and comic relief to keep you informed on what's happening—aroun ...
 
Listen in on exclusive interviews with various subject matter experts in the business and personal planning world. Each expert shares key insights that every business owner needs to know. For example, you'll learn about expensive misconceptions from Jack Quarles that most business owners commonly believe. Exit Readiness co-founder, Pat Ennis, draws out the most valuable trips through engaging conversation. He hosts the podcast alongside Walter Dehyle, CPA, ABV, CExP™, CEPA. You can easily li ...
 
Coach Alex VanHouten is the owner and founder of two health and fitness companies -- The Betterment Company and Defining Dad Bod and he brings 15 years of fitness industry experience to this epic podcast EVERY WEEK! Through "Defining Dad Bod" Coach Alex helps moms and dads with cutting edge nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle change designed optimize their bioindividuality and help them show up better for themselves and their families. He hosts THIS podcast to cut through the confusion of the ...
 
A masterly mix of romance, drama, mystery, suspense, love and jealousy, The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux will haunt you long after you've turned the last page. Today the world knows it by Andrew Lloyd-Webber's long running musical on stage and its 2004 film adaptation, and earlier from Lon Chaney's screen portrayal of the dark intruder who roams the Paris Opera House. However, Gaston Leroux's novel was first released as a serial in the French magazine, La Gaulois over four months in ...
 
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The Ensemblist

The Ensemblist & Broadway Podcast Network

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The Ensemblist celebrates the performances and careers of ensemble performers, recognizing the unique contributions they bring to the theatrical landscape. Thanks for eight great years of sharing the stories of Broadway’s unsung heroes!
 
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Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College

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Heinz Radio is a podcast created by the students of Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College. Students host conversations with faculty, community members, and professionals at the intersection of public policy, technology, and the arts.
 
The Standout Experience will inspire and help you to go beyond the norm and Standout in your career and in life. Each week, we bring you incredible Standout people and world-class experts who share their best ideas, top strategies, and ready-to-use tactics that will help you reach your potential and accelerate your success. The Standout Experience, which is based on the best-selling book with the same title, is hosted by John Walsh, former Disney and Madison Square Garden senior executive tu ...
 
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Washington Post reporter for the Cybersecurity 202 newsletter Joseph Marks speaks with Bob Kolasky, senior vice president for critical infrastructure at Exiger, and Reps. Michael McCaul (R-Tex.) and Elissa Slotkin (D-Mich.) to assess the current cyber landscape and discuss how to strengthen private/public sector cooperation in securing cyberspace.R…
 
In his book The Boutique, author Greg Alexander describes a Boutique professional services firm as being past the start-up stage but pre-scale. Examples being found in consulting, marketing, advertising, IT, etc. Basically, anyone that sells their expertise, maybe even an accounting or exit planning firm. Greg explains in The Boutique how to start,…
 
Post opinions columnist Michele Norris speaks with co-authors and Post reporters Robert Samuels and Toluse Olorunnipa about how systemic racism shaped Floyd’s life and legacy as explored in their new book, “His Name Is George Floyd.”Conversation recorded on Tuesday, May 17, 2022By The Washington Post
 
Join Washington Post Live journalists Yasmeen Abutaleb and Frances Steed Sellers for a series of conversations with Atul Gawande, MD, LaQuandra S. Nesbitt, MD, Cheryl Bettigole, MD, and Cameron Webb, MD, on vaccine equity, how to close the vaccine access gap and how vaccine inequities will affect future global health crises. Recorded on Tuesday, Ma…
 
In our continuing series with cultural pioneers during Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Washington Post columnist covering foreign affairs Ishaan Tharoor speaks with author Sanjena Sathian about her debut novel, “Gold Diggers,” and how her work has explored family, community and belonging.Recorded on Monday, May 16, 2022.…
 
On Washington Post Live’s “First Look,” associate editor Jonathan Capehart speaks with The Post’s Damian Paletta, E.J. Dionne and Megan McArdle about the latest inflation numbers, the state of the stock market, upcoming midterms and the future of abortion.By The Washington Post
 
Washington Post opinions editor-at-large Michael Duffy speaks with David Gergen, former White House adviser to four U.S. presidents, about the leadership lessons learned from his 50-year public service career and how the best hope for the future of democracy is to prepare rising generations for lives of service and leadership, as written in his new…
 
Washington Post columnist and associate editor David Ignatius speaks with U.K. Secretary of State for Defense Ben Wallace about Russia’s nuclear saber-rattling and the additional warfare equipment the U.K. has committed to send to Ukraine.Recorded on Thursday, May 12, 2022.By The Washington Post
 
Washington Post Tokyo bureau chief Michelle Ye Hee Lee speaks with Eva Chen, the current head of fashion partnerships at Instagram, about her latest children’s book, “I Am Golden,” how it was inspired by her family history and the impact of the growing cultural visibility of Asian Americans.Recorded on Wednesday, May 11, 2022.…
 
Washington Post senior writer Frances Stead Sellers speaks with Alexander Hardy, the CEO of Genentech, and Allison Arwady, MD, the commissioner of the Chicago Department of Health about scientific breakthroughs, public health and lessons from the pandemic.By The Washington Post
 
Washington Post congressional reporter Marianna Sotomayor speaks with Rep. Ashley Hinson (R-Iowa) to discuss the 2022 midterms, the challenges in her 2022 run, the GOP’s prospects in the fall and why she believes President Biden’s economic program has led to the highest inflation in decades.Recorded on Monday, May 9, 2022.…
 
On Washington Post Live’s “First Look,” associate editor Jonathan Capehart speaks with The Post’s Robert Barnes, Ruth Marcus and George F. Will about the leaked draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade, how it will impact the midterms and the effect of rising federal interest rates.By The Washington Post
 
Always give a gift that you yourself would like to receive. That’s excellent advice when it comes to life-- and as gardeners, we can extend that sentiment to giving plants as gifts. Ask yourself: what plants would I like to get as a gift? We had a lot of fun on today’s episode, imagining the scenarios in which we’d give our friends, neighbors, or e…
 
Washington Post senior news anchor Libby Casey speaks with Emily Oster, PhD, professor of economics at Brown University, and Leana S. Wen, MD, emergency physician, to answer your questions on protecting young children from COVID-19 as guidelines have changed across the country.By The Washington Post
 
Diplomacy and national security reporter Missy Ryan speaks with the Swedish Ambassador to the United States Karin Olofsdotter about the growing public support in her country to join NATO and rising tensions between her country and Russia.Recorded on Thursday, May 5, 2022.By The Washington Post
 
Investigative reporter Dana Priest speaks with Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) and journalists from TV Rain, which was the last independent media outlet in Russia, about the state of press freedom around the world, the challenges of today’s information landscape and the critical role of journalists in chronicling the Russian invasion of Ukraine.…
 
We’re excited to have with us guests Elizabeth Carr Ph.D, and Attorney Cherie Morris. Elizabeth is the founder of Kentlands Psychotherapy which she launched in 2005 after serving six years as a Navy Clinical Psychologist. She continues to see some existing clients…but her role is now mostly one of leadership, administration, mentoring, and supervis…
 
On Washington Post Live’s “First Look,” associate editor Jonathan Capehart speaks with The Post’s Dan Lamothe and Jennifer Rubin on the latest news out of Ukraine, Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter, and where the nation stands with COVID.Recorded on Friday, April 29, 2022.By The Washington Post
 
Shirin Yadegar, journalist, publisher, TV host, mother and CEO/Creator of L.A. Mom Magazine, shares all her best tips, tricks, advice and hacks that will help anyone in a parenting role and will inspire you to live a healthier, balanced and more meaningful family life. Shirin is on a mission to provide as much practical and useful information to pa…
 
Washington Post health policy reporter Yasmeen Abutaleb speaks with Deborah Birx, MD, a lifelong public health official who previously led the Trump White House coronavirus task force, about her time as the COVID-19 response coordinator, the alarms she raised and the costly mistakes she says were made at all levels of the federal government, as det…
 
Washington Post senior writer Frances Stead Sellers speaks with Susan Wilner Golden, the director of dciX at the Stanford Distinguished Careers Institute, and Katia Walsh, senior vice president and chief strategy and artificial intelligence officer at Levi Strauss & Co., about reskilling America’s workforce to meet the evolving demands of an increa…
 
Washington Post columnist David Ignatius speaks with Bill Browder, the founder and CEO of Hermitage Capital Management, about why he was declared a threat to Russian national security as detailed in his new book, “Freezing Order: A True Story of Money Laundering, Murder, and Surviving Vladimir Putin’s Wrath.”…
 
On Washington Post Live’s “First Look,” associate editor Jonathan Capehart speaks with The Post’s Karoun Demirijian, Ruth Marcus and Josh Rogin about the latest from Ukraine, U.S. options to continue aid, and the recent striking down of the federal mask mandate.Recorded on Friday, April 22, 2022.By The Washington Post
 
Little kids have Christmas. Gardeners have spring. To us, this is the most wonderful time of the year. And with the start of the season, comes those inevitable trips to the nursery. In an effort to not max out their credit cards, this spring Carol and Danielle are making shopping lists of plants that they will be on the hunt for. These species are …
 
Washington Post senior writer Frances Stead Sellers speaks with actor, producer and entrepreneur Robert Downey Jr. about the “fast grants” his company, Footprint Coalition, is deploying in an effort to expedite the way early scientific research receives funding.By The Washington Post
 
In building a sellable business, you also need to “protect the value of your business” and continually manage areas of risk like the one we’re going to talk about today cyber security… This is an area of risk management that we highlight at least annually because it’s so important and relevant. And if you’ve listened to any of the past episodes on …
 
Veteran Washington Post journalist Sally Quinn speaks with cast members of the STARZ limited series "Gaslit" which looks at the Watergate scandal from the perspective of Martha Mitchell, wife of former U.S. attorney general John N. Mitchell. She was the first person to publicly accuse President Nixon of being involved in Watergate.Conversation reco…
 
Washington Post NASA and the space industry reporter Christian Davenport speaks with Rob Meyerson, the CEO of Delalune Space, to discuss the first all-private mission to the International Space Station and what role the private sector plays in space exploration and infrastructure.By The Washington Post
 
Damian Paletta joins First Look to discuss how the U.S. plans to tackle inflation and the overall economic outlook of 2022. Post columnists, Eugene Robinson and George F. Will discuss how the West can continue to aid Ukraine and if Finland and Sweden should join NATO.Conversation recorded on April 15, 2022…
 
In this episode, I have a conversation with my wonderful colleague, Gwen Walker. We discuss her work as an Alexander teacher, how to create a non-binary voice studio, and her work as a theatrical Intimacy Educator. Gwen and I are part of the faculty at OneBody/OneVoice, an annual voice conference with The Visceral Voice and the Penn State Musical T…
 
Washington Post immigration reporter, Arelis R. Hernandez speaks with Greg Sarris, the long-time chair of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, a Northern California confederation of tribes, about his new memoir and how America can truthfully reckon with the history of its Indigenous peoples.By The Washington Post
 
Episode 4: Christine Pfister is a stop-motion animator and horror director whose shorts and music videos have won Best Horror Short at the London Shorts Film Festival and been named official selections at the Bucharest Shortcut Cinefest and Final Girls Berlin Film Festival. Her prop fabrications have been commissioned for Season Three of M. Night S…
 
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