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A Night with the Stars is a movie & astrology podcast hosted by comedians Jason Pollard & Jennifer Rosario. Join astrology fan Jenn and movie nerd Jason as they chart the uncharted by guessing the zodiac signs of the characters in their favorite movies, as well as discuss their own horoscopes! Will this experiment lead to a better understanding of themselves by relating the behaviors and intentions of their favorite fictional characters to real-life situations? Or will they just yell a lot a ...
 
Welcome to Gateleapers! The pop-culture panel game that shines a spotlight on everyone's favorite fandoms While the gatekeepers are asleep at their posts, the Gateleapers (Matt, Audra + Jason) dive into treasured cultural texts to play trivia and improv games. Each episode they're joined by a special guest, as they compete against each other in a series of ridiculous challenges in order to win the prestigious concept of pride. The Gateleapers are here to show that pop-culture and fandoms are ...
 
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The Writing Life

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The Writing Life

National Centre for Writing

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We're a podcast for anyone who writes. Every week we talk to writers about their writing journeys and techniques, from early career debuts to self-publishers and narrative designers. We've featured Margaret Atwood, Jackie Kay, Sara Collins, Antti Tuomainen, Val McDermid, Sarah Perry, Elif Shafak and many more! The Writing Life is produced by the National Centre for Writing at Dragon Hall in Norwich.
 
Hosted by Kyle Marshall, owner of Media Lab YYC, Creative Block features interviews with artists and entrepreneurs about where they came from, what they're doing now, and where they want to go. Certain episodes profile internet culture and how that influences online creators.
 
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The Flower Podcast

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The Flower Podcast

Scott Shepherd, Host and Flower Educator

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The Flower Podcast, hosted by Scott Shepherd is for the floral community to discuss flowers, trends, and business topics, including everything from flower farmer to all aspects of floristry. Each week a featured guest will share their knowledge, passion, and love of flowers. Join us for colorful chats with talented creatives, photographers, growers, entrepreneurs, authors, and so much more!! Be sure to subscribe on your listening platform of choice. Learn more at https://www.theflowerpodcast ...
 
Are you tired of watching the teenagers in your life trying desperately to keep up on the high school hamster wheel? Is your teen confused about which direction to take after high school graduation? Is your young adult rethinking their future career path? Our world is changing and our kids need to know all of the options available after high school so they can feel empowered to make the choice that is best for them. Through interviews with industry experts and leaders in education, we will e ...
 
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All Things Work

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All Things Work

Society for Human Resource Management

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All Things Work is an audio adventure hosted by Tony Lee, Vice President and Head of Content at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Every episode, Tony talks with thought leaders and tastemakers to bring you an insider's perspective on all things work. All Things Work is a podcast from SHRM.
 
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Partners for Dignity & Rights

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Produced by Partners for Dignity & Rights, we explore and celebrate the work of poor people's movements, particularly in the US. We highlight innovative and powerful organizing campaigns and community building led by women, LGBTQ folks, Black communities and other people of color, that are pushing the boundaries and have the potential to transform this society.Hosted by Max Rameau, a Haitian-born Pan-African theorist, campaign strategist, organizer, author and member of Pan-African Community ...
 
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Today's episode mixes self-publishing and traditional publishing as we're talking with Nicola May, author of the Cockleberry Bay novels and the Ferry Lane Market series. After many years of highly successful self-publishing, in 2021 Nicola chose to sign with Hodder & Stoughton for her new trilogy. We find out why, and explore how she found success …
 
Today I’m excited to bring you not one but two amazing guests. Cynthia C. Muchnick, M.A. & Jenn Curtis, M.S.W. are the co-authors of The Parent Compass: Navigating Your Teen's Wellness and Academic Journey in Today's Competitive World. You might be wondering right now... just what is the Parent Compass? Well, I’m glad you asked! During our conversa…
 
This week we’re excited to share our interview with Monica Michelle, one of the founders and CEO of BloomTV. It was great to learn about how her love of flowers started and how she came up with the idea for creating a streaming service all about flowers. Follow the link below to sign up for the beta program and learn more about all of the great flo…
 
Jeff & Will remind everyone that the Big Gay Fiction Fest takes place this coming weekend on Saturday, December 4. The guys also announce the Big Gay Fiction Book Club selection for December: Jay Northcote's "A Boyfriend for Christmas." Next, they talk about books they're looking forward to in the first half of December, including titles from Alice…
 
**Spoilers for Thelma & Louise** CW for discussion on sexual assault and its use in media. In today’s bubble, Jill’s back in the podbasement to talk about the 1991, ultimate BFF road trip movie that I’ve only just watched for the podcast, Thelma & Louise. We share our thoughts on this classic that I've only just watched and that Jill owns on DVD, a…
 
On the show today we have Jarred McGinnis, talking about his debut 2021 novel ‘The Coward’. It's a fictional story with a protagonist also called Jarred, and in talking with Peggy Hughes on this podcast they unpick the curious boundary between fact and fiction in the book. Jarred is the co-founder of The Special Relationship, which was chosen for t…
 
Speak friends, and enter... Our latest fandom comedy gameshow! We're joined by returning guest player, superfan and friend - Chris Ragain! He joins us for a series of silly trivia games in the world of Middle Earth. That's right, it's finally time for the Lord of the Rings episode of Gateleapers! Play along with the games at home, and see if you ca…
 
Jeff & Will discuss the delightful holiday romance "The Lights on Knockbridge Lane" by Roan Parrish. As always, in our book club chat there are spoilers ahead so keep that in mind if you haven't read the book yet. Make sure you keep listening after our discussion to hear the first chapter of the audiobook, narrated by Michael Dean. Complete shownot…
 
Kyle showcased a new podcast he's co-hosting with Jenn Sanford called Somebody Date Jenn and Kyle. You can follow the podcast here: https://www.somebodydatejennandkyle.com Creative Block is a proud member of The Alberta Podcast Network: Locally grown. Community supported. You can find more information and listen to all the great shows by going here…
 
We're excited to replay one of the most popular episodes from Season 2 this week! Shane Connolly, Owner of Shane Connolly and Company, chats with Scott Shepherd this week on The Flower Podcast. He discusses the wedding he designed for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, his love for the meaning of flowers, and his passion for creating foam free desi…
 
Jeff & Will announce the guests for the Holiday Story Time segment of the Big Gay Fiction Fest, which takes place on Saturday, December 4. Jeff reviews "tick, tick... BOOM!," a movie version of a Jonathan Larson musical that recently premiered on Netflix. Jeris Jean joins us to talk about "Romantic Hero," the first book in her new "Coleridge Cliffs…
 
**Spoilers for White Lotus** In today’s bubble, Laura joins me to chat about a listener suggestion, the HBO original series that was written and directed by Mike White, The White Lotus. And we get right down to the onion core of this amazing satirical series that has one of the best casts ever! It stars Connie Britton, Natasha Rothwell, Jennifer Co…
 
Research suggests that the missing piece in most organizations’ attempts to increase effectiveness and achieve results is workplace happiness. In this episode of All Things Work, host Tony Lee speaks with Jenn Limm, author of Beyond Happiness, to discuss how to build workplace strategies that spread happiness and, as a result, benefit all employees…
 
In June 2021 we were joined by Derek Barretto, who was the translator in residence at Dragon Hall. Encouraged by a succession of brilliant language teachers, Derek thrives on a literary reading diet of English, Lusophone and occasionally Francophone fiction and non-fiction. He is an aficionado of classical and contemporary literature and a voraciou…
 
Jenn & Jason return to discuss yet another pair of Scorpios whose lives are warped by the pursuit of fame, Ryan Gosling & Emma Stone in La La Land. It's another day of stars, sunnies! Wait, hang on -- It's another day of sun, starries! Find streaming options for this week's movie here! Art by Minda Wei (@mindawei on Instagram) Produced & Edited by …
 
In today’s episode, I am delighted to welcome Dr. Thomas Welch to the podcast. Dr. Welch is a child and family clinical psychologist and leading expert in working with neurodiverse young people and their families. He specializes in working with those on the autism spectrum, and those identified as Twice Exceptional (2e). Dr. Welch is also the autho…
 
This week we’re talking about the relationship between flower farmers and floral wholesalers with Gretel and Steve Adams owners of Sunny Meadows Flower Farm. I’m glad we were able to continue the conversation from last week. I hope you find our conversation helpful as you market the flowers you grow. Also, if you missed our episode last week it’s d…
 
Jeff & Will kick off the show with details on an article they wrote for the Frolic website. They also remind everyone to reserve their spot for the Big Gay Fiction Fest coming up on Saturday, December 4. Author Jenn Burke discusses "House on Fire," the latest book in her "Ashes and Dust" series. Jenn also talks about why she created the spin off fr…
 
**Spoilers for The Evil Deads and Army of Darkness ** CW for discussion on the use of sexual assault from 6:30-8:30, and 1:43:00-1:48:15. In today’s Bubble, Dozer and I compare Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead to the 2013 remake, Evil Dead. We also talk about The Evil Dead 2 and Army of Darkness because Dozer dorks out about continuity. Then we chat a bit…
 
Jennifer Anne Champion is on the podcast this week talking to Rosy Carrick about her mix of poetry and embroidery. Jennifer is a poet, writer and educator and is cat-positive and was one of our Singapore writers in residence earlier in the year. Find out more: https://nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk/residencies/former-residents/ Nuraliah's pod: htt…
 
Well-known comedian Red Grant stops by the kitchen to talk about his run for Mayor of DC and being on tour with Katt Williams and gaining direction while quarantining during the pandemic. Don’t Shoot Guns, Shoot Cameras (DSGSC) is a Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) based program created by entertainer, philanthropist, and Washington, DC native R…
 
The points must flow! Thanks to Denis Villeneuve, we're all kinda into worms now. We're joined by podcaster and Dune superfan, Alex of Suck My Fan Fic, to play some silly trivia games in the fandom of the Duniverse. You can (and should) listen to Alex and Ryan's fantastic podcast. https://open.spotify.com/show/5gvlsPq5nvX6UFxtYgxOUt?si=ececf40885e9…
 
This week’s guest brings a ton of value to the show. Today I’m thrilled to introduce you to Jennifer Cook-DeRosa. Jennifer is the founder and executive director of Homeschooling for College Credit. If you aren’t familiar with it, Homeschooling for College Credit is an online support community that is free to join and run entirely by volunteers. Eac…
 
Our guest this week are first generation flower farmers dedicated to producing sustainabl and domestically grown fresh cut flowers. Gretel and Steve Adams share their passion for farming and helping others fulfill their dreams of building a successful flower farm. We are chatting tunnels, specialty crops, staffing, multiple outlets, consumer awaren…
 
During Bookstore Romance Day on August 21, Jeff hosted a conversation with debut authors Penny Aimes and Verity Lowell. Penny and Verity discuss their novels—"For the Love of April French" and "Meet Me in Madrid," what led them to writing romance, and their favorite tropes. We also find out about some of their favorite authors and how those authors…
 
**Spoilers for The Marvelous Mrs Maisel** Eric joins me in the Podbasement to chat about the first season of Amazon's original series, The Marvelous Mrs Maisel. Starring Rachel Brosnahan, Alex Borstein, Michael Zegen, Tony Shalhoub, plus many others. I point out the Gilmore Girls similarities, we talk about representation, Lenny Bruce, and more! Th…
 
Writer, performer, theatre maker and workshop leader Adam Z Robinson is on the podcast this week to discuss his work, how he's using Patreon and being forced to adapt to Covid-19 over the last 18 months. Hosted by Simon Jones and Steph McKenna. Find out more about what Adam's up to: https://adamzrobinson.com/ More on the East Anglian Book Awards an…
 
Maino Presents Kitchen Talk - Ep 57 with DJ Kid Capri Legendary DJ Kid Capri drops by the Kitchen to discuss his legacy, new music, the music business, and more. Grammy Award-Winning DJ and Producer, Kid Capri, is globally known as an originator, innovator, and pioneer of DJ Culture. His grassroots hustler mentality became a template for success em…
 
The Dietitian Against Diets Podcast: Season 2 Episode 14 Cardiac Surgeon and founder of Ovadia Heart Health, Dr. Phillip Ovadia’s true passion is helping the public to stay off his operating table. Our discussion ranged from optimizing your metabolic health to avoid heart issues to the misinformation from the food and medical industry. ⁠ Also, gain…
 
If you’re on top of your Canadian Cycling Magazine Podcast listening, you’ll recall that Guillaume Boivin was on this past summer. He was in the midst of his first Tour de France, while also looking forward to his first Olympic appearance. He was on track for a very good season. And then, things got really good. In mid-September, he won his second …
 
As part of Big Gay Fiction Podcast's Sixth Anniversary celebration week, Jeff & Will have a mega crossover event with Sarah and Amanda from "Smart Podcast, Trashy Books." Together they talk about a wide rage of topics as they answer questions from their Patreon communities, and of course there's lots of book talk too! You can find the second part o…
 
My guest today is Dr. Adam Price. Dr. Price is a clinical psychologist with more than 20 years of experience working with children and teens. He is also the author of “He’s Not Lazy: Empowering Your Son to Believe in Himself.” During our conversation, Dr. Price explains what he means when he says that teenagers aren’t lazy. We also discuss the true…
 
My guest this week has created stunning events in the US and around the world. Alicia Rico of Bows and Arrows Flowers is dedicated to the creation and communication of beauty via the art of floral and event design. They’ve been featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, Harpers Bazaar and Magnolia Journal, and many more publications. Their floral designs…
 
Jeff & Will celebrate the podcast's sixth anniversary and announce the Big Gay Fiction Fest, a virtual online reader event taking place Saturday, December 4 that will celebrate gay holiday romances. The guys have a ton of book recommendations as they look at books releasing in November. First up it's holiday-themed releases from E.J. Russell, H.L. …
 
IT’S THE NIC CAGE EPISODE! Laura, Eric, and newcomer Adam join me in the Podbasement to discuss a whole mess of Nic Flicks. Here’s the list of movies we discuss, some more spoilery than others, and a couple are brought up a few times. Please note the times are “-ish”, and I'm sorry for the random thumping sounds in the background but... kids. Jiu J…
 
Millennials are often described as entitled and obsessed with praise, validation and brunch. These stereotypes fail to recognize the tremendous importance of Millennials in the world of work: Now the largest generation in the workplace, Millennials comprise more than 35 percent of the global workforce, and by 2025, they’ll make up 75 percent all em…
 
Jenn & Jason are back with friend of the show Dylan Garsee (Straight People Movies) to talk puppet babies, Jared Leto Joker, and Sparks' greatest hits. Yup, it's Scorpio season! Happen to be a resident of Austin, Texas reading this on the day the episode comes out? You still have time to get tickets to The Final Girl: An Improvised Horror Movie at …
 
Maino, Georgie, and Hala sit with hip hop artist, WuTang Clans own Cappadonna. They talk about his entrance to the group, being incarcerated, and watching the WuTang blow up his disagreement with RZA and his relationships with the other members. Darryl Hill, better known by his stage name Cappadonna, is an American rapper. He is a member of the hip…
 
Editor, translator and co-founder of Kurumuru Books, Ella Micheler, joins us on the podcast to discuss the editing process, why books in translation for young readers are still so rare in the English language, and how writers can get the most out of their editors. Our early career resource packs are made possible by support from Arts Council Englan…
 
HOWLER ALERT - Apologies for the lower sound quality on this one, it's probably JK Rowling's fault somehow. We hope you still enjoy this very entertaining episode. It's spooky season, so we thought we'd dive into the fandom that's played on a loop by streaming services each October - Let's play a Harry Potter comedy trivia game! We're joined by our…
 
Jeff & Will discuss the thrilling new adult romance "This is Not a Horror Movie" by Sara Dobie Bauer. As always, in our book club chat there are spoilers ahead so keep that in mind if you haven't read the book yet. Make sure you keep listening after our discussion to hear the first chapter of the audiobook, narrated by Blake Lockheart. Complete sho…
 
Today’s episode is number 4 in a 4-part series on skilled trades and blue-collar careers. I hope you have enjoyed hearing the first three interviews as much as I have enjoyed doing them. Prepare to be blown away by this week’s guest. I am beyond thrilled to welcome Aaron Valencia to the podcast. Aaron is the Executive Director and Founder of the Lo…
 
Calgary is becoming the backdrop to many film and television productions. One of those is Abracadavers, which will be bringing out its second season soon. Vanesa Jette joins Kyle to discuss how she came to be hired and her hopes for the future. Follow Vanessa here: https://www.instagram.com/justvaaanessa/ Find out more about Abracadavers here: http…
 
This week, it’s time for a little Biology lesson. Do you ever wonder how a new plant variety comes to be? Well, it’s a pretty good possibility that some of these plants come from the lab and greenhouses at Garden Genetics. That’s right. Today we are discussing the genetics of plants and beautiful flowers. My guest received his Bachelor’s in Biology…
 
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