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Welcome to The Play Podcast where we explore the greatest new and classic plays. In each episode we choose a single play to talk about in depth with our expert guest. We discuss the play’s origins, its themes, characters, structure and impact. For us the play is the thing.
 
Good Mourning shines a light on what grief is really like with honesty, hope and humour. Hosts Sally Douglas and Imogen Carn are two mates who are real, truthful, a little bit sweary and on a mission to help others feel less alone after loss. No topic is off limits as they speak to inspiring guests about all things grief and share tips and advice on how to cope from their community of fellow grievers across the globe. A grief support group in a podcast, it’s a space where you’ll feel underst ...
 
For history lovers who listen to podcasts, History Unplugged is the most comprehensive show of its kind. It's the only show that dedicates episodes to both interviewing experts and answering questions from its audience. First, it features a call-in show where you can ask our resident historian (Scott Rank, PhD) absolutely anything (What was it like to be a Turkish sultan with four wives and twelve concubines? If you were sent back in time, how would you kill Hitler?). Second, it features lon ...
 
Hardball with Chris Dimino is a podcast almost 20 years in the making. Conversations. Not "interviews”... I promise not interviews. Conversations that I have had with some of the greatest players and others who have been a part of some of the biggest moments in baseball history. Ted Williams. Hank Aaron. Stan Musial. Whitey ford. Duke snider. Vin Scully...
 
Going somewhere? We already have something in common! It's human nature to want to grow, learn, evolve, but it's so difficult when we're always on the move going after that next goal, promotion, or whatever it is that makes your world go round. Welcome to Ascend and Conquer, where the best of the best guests from around the globe join host Tina Marie to discuss life's challenges, celebrate victories, give insight on how to overcome those unfortunate obstacles, and bring a little more light i ...
 
The Americhicks airs on KLZ 560 AM every Monday thru Friday, 6-7 AM MST. You can listen to the live stream by going to www.560thesource.com On Sundays The Americhicks World War II Project airs on KEZW 1430 1 PM. You can listen to the live stream by going to www.ez1430.radio.com Visit us at www.americhicks.com To have someone contact you about advertising on the radio program, the podcast, or the Americhicks website visit:www.americhicks.com/contact and fill out the form. Or, of course, email ...
 
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Why was Uber able to destroy the taxi cab industry in the United States, but it failed to get any sort of market share in the United Kingdom and China? The reasons are many, but essentially, the UK had strict licensing codes that made Uber’s operations impossible, while China openly supported a local rival to prevent the foreign company from taking…
 
Be prepared to be blown away by today’s guest, Gold Logie-winning actor, breast cancer awareness advocate, and all-round legend, Samuel Johnson. He joins us to talk about why he left his acting career to fulfil his life purpose – and his sister Connie’s dying wish – to vanquish cancer in Australia. Through his incredible organisation, Love Your Sis…
 
On this episode of the Psychedelic Invest Podcast, Bruce Eckfeldt is joined by two of the co-founders of Anuma, a digital group therapeutics startup. Anuma is creating unique VR experiences for palliative care and beyond. Tune in to learn more about the men behind this novel idea, what the company is focusing on now, and how their work is positione…
 
We are joined by James Early, the co-host of some of the best series on this show, including our Key Battles Series (World War One, the Civl War, the Revolutionary War) and Presidential Fight Club. James is here to discuss the War of 1812, a little war with a big impact. Although it was a sideshow for the British (that cared more about the Napoleon…
 
It Was Said, the 2021 Webby Award winner for Best Podcast Series, returns with a new season to look back on some of the most powerful, impactful, and timeless speeches in history. Written and narrated by Pulitzer Prize winner and bestselling author-historian Jon Meacham, this documentary podcast series takes you through another season of ten genera…
 
On this episode of the Psychedelic Invest Podcast, we welcome Jordan Tishler. Jordan is a lot of things. All of those things revolve around him being a very hard-working and intelligent doctor and entrepreneur. For starters, he is the CEO of InhaleMD. He's also a Professor at Harvard and the President of the Association of Cannabinoid Specialists. …
 
Looking at Colditz Castle, it was no surprise why the Nazi’s chose the towering fortress as their prison-of-war camp for the most defiant Allied prisoners. Perched high above a rocky outcrop with thick medieval walls of stone, the men who had escaped other camps would surely have no such luck here, living out the war under the watchful eye of their…
 
We share tips and advice from our community on how to cope with the admin following a death, aka “deadmin”, or be better prepared for its eventuality. Want to get involved with our next Grief Tip Tuesday? Follow us on Instagram at @goodmourningpodcast to find out how. Thanks to our sponsor for today’s episode, WillPro. Find out more about their ser…
 
The Play Podcast - 052 - The Seagull by Anton Chekhov Host: Douglas Schatz Guest: Dan Rebellato The Play Podcast is a podcast dedicated to exploring the greatest new and classic plays. In each episode we choose a single play to talk about in depth with our expert guest. We discuss the play’s origins, its themes, characters, structure and impact. Fo…
 
Religious conservatives are performing school assemblies and funneling kids to church all at taxpayer expense and earlier this month the SHoWLE Board voted to ban weapons at meetings. Doug explains why. Show Notes Subscribe to our newsletter Check out our merch 00:45 Fake School Assemblies 16:14 SHoWLE bans guns at meetings --- Send in a voice mess…
 
In today’s episode, we dive into the science behind how grief impacts the brain with a world-renowned neurologist, author, and widow, Dr. Lisa Shulman. Lisa is the Director of the University of Maryland’s Movement Centre and the author of Healing Your Brain After Loss: A Neurologist’s Perspective on Loss, Grief, and Our Brain. We talk about how los…
 
In 1784, Thomas Jefferson was a broken man. Reeling from the loss of his wife and humiliated from a political scandal during the Revolutionary war, he needed to remake himself. And to do that, he traveled. Traipsing through Europe, Jefferson saw and learned as much as he could, ultimately bringing his knowledge home to a young America. He wrote a t…
 
Robbie Bent joins host Bruce Eckfeldt for a conversation about the future of well-being. More specifically, Robbie is building a platform that includes physical spaces, a mobile app, a concert tour, and a global community. His company is called Othership and his commitment to helping as many people as possible is clear and obvious. We hope you enjo…
 
Frank Murphy was a public servant that achieved the highest levels of civilian success in the early 20th century. After serving in World War I, he served as mayor of Detroit, then as the top appointed U.S. official to the Philippines, then as Governor of Michigan, U.S. Attorney General, and ultimately as a Justice on the Supreme Court, appointed by…
 
Today we think of New York as the center of the twentieth century art world, but it took three determined men, two world wars, and one singular artist to secure the city’s cultural prominence. Pablo Picasso was the most influential and perplexing artist of his age, and the turning points of his career and salient facets of his private life have int…
 
The stories of King Arthur and Merlin, Lancelot and Guinevere, Galahad, Gawain, Tristan and the rest of the Knights of the Roundtable, and the search for the Holy Grail have been beloved for centuries and are the inspiration of many modern fantasy novels, films, and shows. These legends began when an obscure Celtic hero named Arthur stepped on to t…
 
Welcome to the Grievers Anonymous hotline, a new segment where we share your deepest, griefiest confessions and questions. Disclaimer: We are not medical professionals, and the advice and responses that we'll be sharing throughout this episode are based on our own experiences and insights. If you're really struggling, we recommend that you do seek …
 
Our conversation today is with journalist, broadcaster, and author Indira Naidoo. She joins us to talk about the loss of her sister Manika and how she found solace and strength by being in nature. We discuss the shock that comes after a traumatic loss, the impact of sibling grief, and how family members cope differently. (TW: suicide mentioned) Buy…
 
Even before Mata Hari (née Margaretha Zelle) was executed by a French firing squad in 1917 for spying on behalf of the Germans, her life had already become legend. At her trial, prosecutors claimed that the world-famous exotic dancer had seduced countless men from both sides of the war (definitely true) and leaked intelligence that caused the death…
 
On this episode of the Psychedelic Invest Podcast, we welcome Doug Finkelstein. Doug is the Chief Empathy Officer of Empathic Health, a community membership program connecting individuals with events and each other. During the conversation, Doug highlights his history with plant medicines and how and why Empathic Health was formed.…
 
Many brave sailors arrived in North and South America long before Columbus, suggesting that trans-oceanic voyages could be accomplished centuries before his voyage. Some think that the Atlantic was crossed as far back as the Bronze Age. While written records of such voyages are often poorly sourced, archeology keeps rewriting the story about Old Wo…
 
On an afternoon in January 1865, a roaring fire swept through the Smithsonian Institution. The New York Times wrote that “the destruction of so many of its fine collections will be viewed as a national calamity.” Dazed soldiers and worried citizens could only watch as the flames engulfed the museum’s castle. Rare objects and valuable paintings were…
 
How can one sell Humanism to the public without appropriating suspect tactics used by the religious to recruit to their groups? Doug talks about his experiences selling Humanism over the years and how we can reach people and bring them to us. Finally we give an update about a busing dispute involving religious school kids and a public school distri…
 
Season two episode two brings us a delightful conversation between host Bruce Eckfeldt and Amanda Reiman. Amanda Reiman, among many other things, is the Co-Founder of Secret Garden, the VP of Public Policy Research at New Frontier Data, and Founder of Personal Plants. Amanda calls herself a social ethnobotanist. She has been studying the relationsh…
 
Tip the Empire State Building onto its side and you’ll have a sense of the length of the United States Navy’s newest aircraft carrier, the most powerful in the world: the USS John F. Kennedy. Weighing 100,000 tons, Kennedy features the most futuristic technology ever put to sea, making it the most dangerous aircraft carrier in the world. Only one p…
 
In this episode, we share tips and advice from our community on how to get through really griefy (aka sh*t) days, when it all feels too hard. As always, we hope the experiences of others help you feel less alone. Want to get involved with our next Grief Tip Tuesday? Follow us on Instagram at @goodmourningpodcast to find out how. Connect with us Fol…
 
The Play Podcast - 051 - Closer by Patrick Marber Host: Douglas Schatz Guest: Clare Lizzimore The Play Podcast is a podcast dedicated to exploring the greatest new and classic plays. In each episode we choose a single play to talk about in depth with our expert guest. We discuss the play’s origins, its themes, characters, structure and impact. For …
 
Want to know what it’s like to have a near-death experience? Then this conversation is for you. We’re joined by the near-death experiencer, author, and co-founder and President of the International Association of Near-Death Studies (IANDS), Kimberly Clark Sharp. She shares details of her near-death experience when she was 22 and the profound lesson…
 
No-fault divorce laws began spreading across the globe in the 1970s, in which neither party had to prove wrong-doing. Before this time, somebody had to prove that the other party breached the marital contract, typically through infidelity or desertion. Basically, it was shockingly difficult to get divorced. For a woman in the late 19th century, the…
 
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