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The Cubs Talk Podcast breaks down all things baseball on the North Side. Host David Kaplan, Cubs insider Gordon Wittenmyer, and beat writer Tim Stebbins, bring insider perspective, regular player interviews, and news updates during the team's pursuit of another championship. New episodes release every Wednesday and Friday morning.
 
A psychological examination of historically significant lives. We will peek into the minds of our subject to answer, what made them tick? Uncovering the personal motivations that drove their public acts and how those acts in turn changed all our lives.
 
An entertaining and old-timey radio drama about the young men of Company 696 of the Civil Conservation Corps in the 1930s. Stationed in Makanda, Illinois, this company along with others helped to build the breath-taking, historical landmark, Giant City State Park. Camp Giant City shows the endearing and indomitable spirit of rural folk hit hard by the Great Depression and tells the adventures of young men discovering the peaks and valleys of building and becoming part of a community. Produce ...
 
Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal and Tracy Alloway analyze the weird patterns, the complex issues and the newest market crazes. Join the conversation every Monday and Thursday for interviews with the most interesting minds in finance, economics and markets.
 
The Industry is a podcast that takes a closer look at some of the lesser known (and perhaps intentionally) forgotten stories of movie history. Insane productions, scandalous lawsuits, victories from the jaws of defeat, and the occasional crime are the order of the day in this Industry. Each story is explored with experts who know or with the people who were there. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Join anointed Christian speaker Leslie K. Howard and listeners from all over the globe,for an hour of fellowship. Sister Circle is a Christian talk show for women. Sister Circle airs Mondays 7PM Eastern. Listen to lively interviews with musicians, authors & speakers and everyday people. Join in the conversation. It's easy call 646-378-1035. So come on, there is room in the circle. Leslie Is available to speak at Christian retreats, conferences or any women's ministry event. leave a message h ...
 
Every business owner makes mistakes. Every company or organization has had to change things up, or "pivot," when something doesn't work or could work better. On this show, we talk with business leaders in Greater Baltimore about the pivots they've made, why they made them and how their businesses have adapted since.
 
X-RAE is a funny, wild and insightful podcast hosted by Southern intellectual, life coach and professional baby surrogate, Rae Lynn Caspar White. A Youtube sensation known for her viral Preggo Tips Videos and life advice, Rae Lynn interviews an array of iconic cultural icons in her unique irreverent style, including MSNBC host and political pundit Lawrence O'Donnell, Director Doug Liman and Neuroscientist Moran Cerf. Its Howard Stern meets Charlie Rose with a hint of Jiminy Glick thrown in. ...
 
As the tone of public discourse becomes increasingly angry and divisive, Common Ground Committee offers a healing path to reaching agreement and moving forward. We talk with top leaders in public policy, finance, academe and more to encourage the seeking and finding of points of agreement, and to demonstrate how combating incivility can lead us forward.
 
Scuba Diving, Free Diving, Ocean Environmentalism, Marine Science. Big Deep is about people who have a deep connection to our world’s oceans; connections strong enough that they have dedicated some part of their lives to being in or working on behalf of the water. In each episode we speak with the most interesting people we can find, from scuba diving crime fighters and record-breaking freedivers, to marine biologists and ocean advocates - even a real-life mermaid. So we invite you to join u ...
 
Because our mailboxes are flooding with requests for year-end giving, we're listening back to an episode we did last year with philanthropist, instigator, and friend to the arts, Dorie Vollum, who also kindly came aboard as our guest curator. This week, Vollum helps us explore what giving means — not just to the individual giving, but for the arts organizations on the receiving end, and how those relationships work. We look at her family’s deep history in the Portland economy and supporting ...
 
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Loneliness and social isolation are growing public health concerns among older Americans. Loneliness is not only detrimental to mental health, but also contributes to physical health risks including strokes, worsened diabetes and frailty. We spoke with Dr. Carla Perissinotto about the causes of loneliness for older adults, what we get wrong about i…
 
A Strange Loop already won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2020 following its off-Broadway run; now, the Broadway show is up for 11 Tony Awards–the most-nominated production of the year. We speak with playwright and composer Michael R. Jackson about his groundbreaking musical, which poignantly tackles themes of queerness, race, religion and AIDS wi…
 
We continue our coverage of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival by spotlighting "Rebellion," a documentary that takes a look inside the climate activist group Extinction Rebellion, whose successful acts of civil disobedience were threatened by group-infighting. Directors Maia Kenworthy and Elena Sánchez join us to discuss the film, which is availa…
 
Marketing attribution remains the biggest “black box” for SaaS people. What’s the right way to think about it? In this episode, we talk to Steffen Hedebrandt, co-founder and CMO of Dreamdata. You'll learn about the typical customer journeys in B2B SaaS, which channels are the easiest to measure, tips for running marketing experiments, and more. Vis…
 
Rosie Perez talks about her starring role in the new series Now & Then, plus, her journey from dancer to Oscar-nominated actor. Donna Summer's former producer Pete Bellotte pays tribute to the Queen of Disco on the 10th anniversary of her death. Writer Liz Howard reads a poem from her latest collection, Letters in a Bruised Cosmos, which is shortli…
 
In this hour, stories of seismic changes and subtle shifts—and the aftershocks left in their path. New perspectives on faith, family, and one's self. This episode is hosted by Brandon Grant, Director of Marketing at The Moth. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Brandon Grant Marlon James …
 
In the MTA’s ongoing efforts to address fare evasion, MTA Chair Janno Lieber has recently taken a new tack: appealing to riders’ morality. He says people who pay the fare feel like "suckers" when they see others hopping turnstiles or going through the exit gate. WNYC's Stephen Nessen talked to commuters to find out if this is how they view fare eva…
 
The new musical, "¡Americano!," tells the true story of Tony Valdovinos, who didn't learn he was an undocumented immigrant until he attempted to enlist in the Marine Corps. We are joined by Valdovinos, actor Sean Ewing, who plays Tony in the show, and composer Carrie Rodriguez, who created the score. "¡Americano!" runs at New World Stages through J…
 
Fresh off winning a Pulitzer Prize, playwright James Ijames joins us to discuss "Fat Ham," his new interpretation of "Hamlet." A lot happens at a family cookout when a queer black college kid named Juicy is questioning his identity. Suddenly, the ghost of his father shows up and wants his son to get payback for his murder. But Juicy wants to break …
 
Along with her sister, Nora Ephron, Delia Ephron wrote the hit film, "You've Got Mail." She found her life imitating art when at 72, she fell in love via email. But soon after, she was diagnosed with a severe leukemia. She joins to discuss these extreme up and down experiences as detailed in her new memoir, Left on Tenth: A Second Chance at Life.…
 
Paulie, Tony & Shannon are back together to rejoice in the Dubs making it back to the Western Conference Finals. Plus, they welcome in Kai Neukermans, one of the guest drummers during Pearl Jam's 5/13 Oakland Arena show. Kai is from Mill Valley and is a Senior at Tam High. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran talks about his latest album, Equals, and how marriage and fatherhood shifted his perspective on what's really important to him. Broadcaster David Attenborough tells us why he's hopeful for the future of the planet, despite the climate crisis. Dancer and choreographer Laurieann Gibson reflects on winning the Prism Prize…
 
Bridgewater's Greg Jensen on Why Markets Have Further to FallInflation is at its highest in four decades and the Federal Reserve is raising rates at the fastest pace since 2000. Inflation and a slowing economy are a toxic mix for markets, and in recent days we've seen both stocks and bonds hit hard. So how do you actually invest in this type of mac…
 
There are plenty of great prospect performances happening down on the farm and Greg and Jimmy dig into some of them in this episode. Tune in to this episode for info and analysis on Christopher Morel (2:00), Brandon Hughes (11:25), Caleb Kilian (20:40), Bryce Ball (29:45), Chase Strumpf (35:35), Kevin Made (41:55), and Luke Little (48:00).…
 
Jacinda Ardern has congratulated Australia's new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. He's become the 31st Prime Minister of Australia, after emerging as the frontrunner from yesterday's election. But the Labor leader is likely to need the support of smaller parties and independents to form a government. Newstalk ZB Political Reporter Aaron Dahmen told…
 
Australia has a new Prime Minister. The country has voted for change, here is their new leader, Labor’s leader Anthony Albanese accepting victory last night. Coalition Leader Scott Morrison has conceded defeat and will stand down as Liberal Leader. Australian correspondent Murray Olds joined Francesca Rudkin. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Well, what a week for being in the live TV business. I’ve become a little addicted to Dancing with the Stars. I was first drawn to the show to support my colleague Kerre Woodham, who in a crazy turn of events has been recalled to the show and, in her own words, is going to crawl across the Covid corpses of her fellow competitors to try and get a ha…
 
The Rain City Superhero Movement was a vigilante organization led by Ben Fodor, an MMA fighter-turned-crime fighter who sought to thwart wrongdoers in Seattle while wearing a yellow and black bulletproof suit, under the name Phoenix Jones. A new podcast, "The Superhero Complex," explores Jones' rise to (and fall from) fame alongside the phenomenon …
 
Cubs President of Baseball Operations Jed Hoyer speaks to the media to discuss the season so far. David Kaplan, Gordon Wittenmyer, and Tim Stebbins react to the comments made by the Cubs executive. They react to Jed's updated news on Cubs prospect Ed Howard, Jed's comments on the future of Willson Contreras, and a lot more. (1:45) - Jed Hoyer gives…
 
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