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Overdue Rentals is run by Matthew Schuchman and Mike Reyes. We're two entertainment journalists who are looking to talk about the many films that somehow have been forgotten about as time goes by. We want to introduce you to films you may have meant to see, but still are on your list of films you're overdue on seeing. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/overduerentals/support
 
Field Goals for the Focused Driven Athlete, hosted by Glenn Hames, is the #1 podcast for elite amateur athletes in High School and College who are looking for tips and strategies that will give them a competitive edge to help them achieve their on- and off-the-field athletic goals. Whether you play football, basketball, soccer or any other active sport either on the field or court, we interview experienced industry experts, coaches and former professional athletes that will provide insight o ...
 
Welcome to Mission in Action, the audio experience for NewGround: A Muslim-Jewish Partnership for change. On this podcast, you’ll find a mix of our keynotes, workshops, interviews, speeches, and other audio from events led by our team. We are a non-profit with a vision of an America where Muslims and Jews are empowered to create lasting partnerships, engage in authentic communication and mutual cooperation. This vibrant model of engagement – not bound by history, theology or politics – affir ...
 
Ever wanted to know how music affects your brain, what quantum mechanics really is, or how black holes work? Do you wonder why you get emotional each time you see a certain movie, or how on earth video games are designed? Then you’ve come to the right place. Each week, Sean Carroll will host conversations with some of the most interesting thinkers in the world. From neuroscientists and engineers to authors and television producers, Sean and his guests talk about the biggest ideas in science, ...
 
The craft beer scene is full of great stories! Whether you're a homebrewer or brew for a brewery, an artist who creates the wonderful label art on the brews we enjoy, a distributor or work on the sales and marketing side... Regardless of your connection to the craft beer industry, if you have an interesting story to tell, we at "Share a Pint" want to hear it and help bring your story to craft beer enthusiasts everywhere!
 
A weekly show all about audiobooks recorded at the RNIB Talking Book studios. We talk to your favourite authors and narrators, along with reviews and news about new audiobooks. Presented and produced by Robert Kirkwood, you'll find a new episode here every Friday at 1pm plus bonus content such as longer uncut interviews and episodes of our occasional extra show, The Book Group. Talking Books is a free service from RNIB giving access to over 30,000 fiction and non fiction books for adults and ...
 
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Lexie Elliot joins Robert Kirkwood to discuss her psychological thriller, How To Kill Your Best Friend. We travel back in time to discover the origins of a hidden gem in the Talking Books library, the specially commissioned book series, Elsewhere. Plus Juliet Stevenson talks to Red Szell about narrating for RNIB.…
 
Former NFL QB turned CEO of Film to Field, Coach Brad Roach, joins Glenn on the Field to discuss how athletes should train during the different athletic seasons to prepare for in-season competition. Roach, a former All-American DII QB at Catawba College, shares the differences between off- pre- and post-season workouts, their importance, and the ty…
 
Don't worry everyone, Mike is just fine. He's just on special. extra cool assignment right now in a foreign country. While he is away, our good friend Andrew Korpan stopped by the shop to assist in talking to this week's guest; James Ponsoldt. James' new film Summering is hitting theaters this Friday, August 12th, and we took some time to talk abou…
 
Tisha Shull is a licensed clinical mental health counselor in private practice in Burlington, Vermont. She has practiced Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy since she was a clinical intern in 2009. She is co-host of the popular IFS Podcast, IFS Talks and has been a Program Assistant for IFS Level 1 and Level 2 trainings many times internationally…
 
Evolution by natural selection is one of the rare scientific theories that resonates within the wider culture as much as it does within science. But as much as people know about evolution, we also find the growth of corresponding myths. Simon Conway Morris is a paleontologist and evolutionary biologist who’s new book is From Extraterrestrials to An…
 
Bruce Horak is the first blind actor with a lead role in Star Trek. He talks to Robert Kirkwood about his life, from losing his sight as a toddler to cancer, through his career as an artist and performer, to stepping onto the bridge of the Enterprise. We also learn about Marcus Berkmann's book Set Phasers to Stun, and hear books narrated by William…
 
Former Wake Forest University and ACC standout, Tarence Williams, joins Glenn on the Field for an exclusive sit down on the very first edition of the Field Goals Spotlight. Tarence talks about his journey from being an outstanding HS running back to becoming a 1000+ yard rusher for the Demon Deacons. He also discusses overcoming injuries, his post …
 
This week's special guest is writer/director Steve Pink who's new film, The Wheel, is available to rent now through all your favorite OnDemand services. Along with talking about what went into making this very intimate film, we discuss Steve's instant classic comedy, Hot Tub Time Machine and its sequel, Hot tub Time Machine Two. This is a great con…
 
Welcome to the August 2022 Ask Me Anything episode of Mindscape! These monthly excursions are funded by Patreon supporters (who are also the ones asking the questions). We take questions asked by Patreons, whittle them down to a more manageable number — based primarily on whether I have anything interesting to say about them, not whether the questi…
 
Russell Foster is a neuroscientist, professor, author and a pioneer in the world of circadian rhythms and sleep. We discuss his journey into chronobiology, the physical and mental ill health caused by sleep deprivation, how shift work is killing our front line personnel, pushing progressive change, the power of recovery, his new book "Life Time" an…
 
Elissa Soave tells Robert Kirkwood about her debut novel Ginger and Me, actor turned author Ross Armstrong takes Red Szell to a luxury private island in his murderous new thriller The Getaway and Robert asks some Talking Book narrators about what keeps them coming back. Picture shows the cover of Ginger and Me by Elissa Soave. Orange text on a blac…
 
Yes, you read that right! The one and only Wes Studi joins us to talk about his new film, A Love Song, which he stars in with Dale Dickey. While we had Mr. Studi on hand to speak with us, we also made sure to inquire about this week's Overdue Rental, the 1992 instant classic; The Last of the Mohicans. The film will be celebrating its 30th anniversa…
 
A roundtable discussion about experiences in couple relationships. The Earle's talk about reframing conflict, utilizing "time outs", power in relationships, identifying a couples unique "dance", and "remembering the relationships positive past." Here are the couples therapy resources cited: -The Gottman Institute -Internal Family Systems -The Cente…
 
The idea of an “interest rate” might seem mundane and practical, in comparison to our usual topics around here, but there is a profound philosophical idea lurking in the background: if you lend me money now against the promise of me paying you back more in the future, I am relating the different values that a certain sum has to me at different mome…
 
Our friend and colleague Andrew Korpan drops by the shop to discuss the Warren Beatty helmed Dick Tracy adaptation which starred every actor in the known universe. What was once a massive release has seemingly disappeared from public perception and we wanted to talk about it. Please note, this was recorded a few months ago, before the passing of Ja…
 
Recent years have seen a revolution in the study of exoplanets, planets that orbit stars other than the Sun (or don’t orbit stars at all). After a few tentative detections in the 1990s, dedicated instruments in the 2000s have now pushed the number of known exoplanets into the thousands, enough to begin to categorize their distribution and propertie…
 
Frances Liardet explores old wounds and new beginnings in the follow-up to her international bestseller 'We Must be Brave' . Rebecca Stott transports us back to derelict London, 100 years after the Roman withdrawal from Britain, in her new novel 'Dark Earth'. And we return to Frances Liardet for the Books of Your Life.…
 
David Kmiecik, Next College Student Athlete’s Senior Recruiting Manager, joins Glenn on the Field to discuss how student athletes should properly use social media platforms for college recruiting. David shares how social media helps athletes during the recruiting process and what types of platforms college coaches often use to communicate with stud…
 
Let the British invasion of Overdue Rentals continue! We were blessed to be joined by the lovely David Earl to talk about his new film which he co-wrote and stars in; Brian and Charles. We also got to chat about his Overdue Rental choice, the 1999 instant classic; American Movie. Join us for this lovely talk and make sure to check out both movies i…
 
Will Jimeno is a retired law enforcement officer, author, speaker and was the last remaining survivor pulled from the World Trade Center collapse along with his sergeant, John McLoughlin. We discuss his family's immigration from Colombia, patriotism, his journey into policing, the attacks on 9/11, survival, rescue, the physical and mental rehabilit…
 
When a car bomb kills Daphne Caruana Galizia on the beautiful Mediterranean island of Malta, the hunt for her killers exposes secrets with consequences that go far beyond its shores. In the aftermath of her death an international team of journalists comes together to continue her work. Along the way they start to uncover clues that might lead to he…
 
We describe the world using language — we can’t help it. And we all know that ordinary language is an imperfect way of communicating rigorous scientific statements, but sometimes it’s the best we can do. Linguist N.J. Enfield argues that the difficulties run more deeply than we might ordinarily suppose. We use language as a descriptive tool, but it…
 
Jason Roberts talks to Red Szell about his biography of the blind traveller James Holman (Starts at 1.00) Jasper Winn on his sea kayak adventure documented in his book 'Paddle, A Long Way Around Ireland' (Starts at 28.00) John Keay chats to Robert Kirkwood about his books China, and Eccentric Travellers. (Starts at 38.00) Chris McMillan talks about…
 
Welcome to the July 2022 Ask Me Anything episode of Mindscape! These monthly excursions are funded by Patreon supporters (who are also the ones asking the questions). I take the large number of questions asked by Patreons, whittle them down to a more manageable size — based primarily on whether I have anything interesting to say about them, not whe…
 
This week we'll be considering some of the less savoury consequences of human civilization: Ruta Sepetys takes us behind the Iron Curtain and back to Ceausescu’s Romania, in her gripping new novel 'I Must Betray You'. We visit the slums of modern day India through the pages of Varsha Shah’s dazzling debut 'Ajay and the Mumbai Sun'. David Farrier co…
 
University of Miami football alum, Fred “The Hammer” Foster, joins Glenn on the Field to discuss, the qualities that athletes must develop on their journey to becoming a great teammate. The “Hammer” shares why having a team-first attitude, making sacrifices, and eliminating excuses is critical in increasing a team’s opportunity to be successful. A …
 
Jake Hastings is a former Air Force mental health counselor, park ranger, ski patroller and firefighter. We discuss growing up with a special needs brother, mental health in our returning combat veterans, the inability to save, his journey into the fire service, treating the special needs patient, the healing power of riding, his non profit and so …
 
It was a pure joy to have television star and writer of Good Luck to You, Leo Grande with us to talk about her film which is now available to watch on Hulu. Katy also took some time to speak about the 1988 classic comedy, A Fish Called Wanda with us. Join in for the fun and let us know what you thought/think about both films! --- This episode is sp…
 
The United States is suffering from an epidemic of tragic gun violence. While a political debate rages around the topic of gun control, it remains important to understand the causes and possible remedies for gun violence within the current system. Andrew Papachristos is a sociologist who uses applied network science to study patterns of street viol…
 
This week we're coming from The British Library, and the award ceremony for this year’s Yoto Carnegie Medal. Yusef Salaam tells us about his experience as a member of the Exonerated Five and how it fed into 'Punching the Air'. We go back to 2021 winner, Jason Reynolds, who examines the walk home from school in 'Look Both Ways'. Lynne Livingstone, M…
 
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