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Welcome to Probably Cancelled Podcast-- a revolutionary feminist podcast meant to fill the gaps where mainstream feminism leaves us hanging. We will be asking many questions you're not supposed to ask, and covering topics not usually touched by liberal media. We've cancelled ourselves so you don't have to! Follow our show for updates on future episodes!
 
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Radio Gizmo: Brynn, Aaron & Barry

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The podcast about failed or forgotten sitcoms from the 80s and 90s. Many sitcoms have stood the test of time and have millions of adoring fans—but those shows were diamonds in the rough. This podcast is not about those diamonds, it's about the rough. Some sitcoms were briefly popular in their time, some were cancelled almost immediately. You probably won't recognize most of these, and you'll say 'that was a show?' Hosted by Brynn Byrne, Aaron Yeger, and Andrew "Barry" Helmer. A Radio Gizmo P ...
 
Nick, Katie and friends shoot the shit about social justice issues, politics and pop culture. We discuss current events and political issues from a progressive perspective that is pro-animal liberation, anti-racist, pro-feminist, pro-queer, pro-environment and anti-capitalist. Our podcast gives a voice to Left, progressive and anarchist voices and ideas that are neglected in the mainstream media. The show includes discussion, interviews, soundbites from our favourite TV shows and political m ...
 
You're Welcome 4 My Podcast. The Salty EMS dinks behind Level Zero EMS are now podcasters. Bad idea? Probably. We talk about EMS, medicine, the fire department, nerd stuff, geek stuff, inappropriate stuff and some other stuff. Intro "Rise" by Hat Trick of Misery, used with permission.
 
Here is the perfect podcast if you need a little assistance in placing your wagers on the upcoming slate of NFL and NCAA football games. Matt and Steve are your average degenerate handicappers who live for college and pro football and are always looking for that edge in the numbers. Each week they break down a mix of at least 12 games. The only catch - their numbers don’t always add up, so you should probably go against their advice. Touting pick percentages in the 30’s, watch your step in t ...
 
Hi! I'm Hoss Bossman. I'm a sometimes high school English teacher, former and occasionally current entertainment writer, musician-singer-song, YouTuber, and general man about town. This podcast is about politics, social issues, pop culture, critical thinking, music, books, and whatever else I want to talk about on a given week. Probably other podcasts too. I sometimes have guests you may have heard of, often ones you haven't, and occasionally none at all. Follow me on Twitter at Twitter.com/ ...
 
You ever get tired of playing music during long car rides or when you’re working out? I mean probably not bc music is dope lol but if you do! Then we are here to help! The boys have set up a podcast where we talk about anything and everything. We will make your day go by faster and hopefully get a good laugh in. Tune in! I mean what’s the worst that can happen? If anything you’ll just go back to playing “La Chona” during your car rides/workouts.
 
A mindfulness podcast without the cringe. Join Casey Donovan on a mini escape each morning and evening with short meditations, motivations and tips on how to improve your day. It's mindfulness for the rest of us, written by wellness expert, Amy Molloy. Follow the show @thespace_podcast on Instagram and Tiktok.
 
Welcome to WhoCulture, the home for all things Doctor Who from the folks at WhatCulture.com! Featuring Top 10 Doctor Who lists, episode reviews, a re-watch podcast, and Whoniverse news, there's something for everyone aboard this TARDIS. The door is open, why not step in? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
What does it mean to live a Gospel centered life? How can I boldly share the love and invitation of Jesus in the middle of cancel culture? Is it even possible to hold on to absolute truth in a post modernist world? If you're a follower of Christ living on the earth today, you've probably bumped up against one or more of those questions, and others. Join host Merry Ohler at Spirit Led Sneakers, a weekly podcast filled with encouragement, iron-sharpens-iron, and grace-filled conversation about ...
 
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In this archival Andrea Dworkin speech, she talks about the contradictions and hypocrisies of Left-wing men in their "feminism", as well as calling for all women to unite against our common enemies. Subscribe to be notified of new episodes! Our sex trade exit fundraiser may be found here Donate directly to AF3IRM here Follow the Probably Cancelled …
 
Why do we describe things as good or bad when there is a whole variety of feelings in between. It makes you evaluate your life in only two ways; perfection or utter failure. We let this way of thinking creep into how we describe our weeks, and even days – and this deletes all the medium moments and okayness of our lives! In this episode we’re going…
 
Ahh weekends; a time for sleep ins and brunch... Or if you're a parent or caregiver it can be a combo of screaming, planning, exhaustion and swearing inside your head. Well that sounds like shit. What if you reframe how you see this moments and take time for yourself, even if it’s while you’re watching your kids go wild at the park. We've got advic…
 
If you get hang-xiety something chronic, we've got a suggestion (no it’s not “Don’t Drink.) Overlook how kooky this sounds and try thanking your liver before your next post-work bevvy. It's a small gratitude practice that can have a big impact on the aches and pains of your day-after regrets. Try out some liver-gratitude – we’ll help you out with w…
 
A League of Their Own WAS a show. Welcome to the first episode in our “BadAptation” series—the 1992 film “A League of Their Own” was adapted into a sitcom with the same title and premise a mere one year later in 1993. The film was a box office and critical success! The sitcom…lasted 6 episodes, and only 5 aired. That might sound kind of sad, but re…
 
Celebrating yourself ISN'T indulgent! If you're the kind of person who skips over their wins and charges straight onto the next project, this episode is for you. LINKS Listen to Jewel on ‘Armchair Expert’ with Dax Shepherd. Follow The Space on Instagram @thespace_podcast. Follow Nova Podcasts on Instagram @novapodcastsofficial. CREDITS Host: Casey …
 
If you find yourself sighing heavily as you pore over old photos or scrolling through On This Day on Facebook, this is for you. Do these trips down memory lane make you feel shit? Maybe they have you pining for the “good old days” when you were less tired, thinner, prettier? Firstly, babe those are straight up rose-coloured glasses you’re looking t…
 
Are you working so hard you don't have time for friends and family? Do you have so many commitments that self-care is on the back burner? Are you doing it all to achieve your dreams and fulfil your "purpose". Babes, if you leave no space to look after yourself, you are "over-living" your purpose – a phrase coined by Annie Stewart. We’ve got some ti…
 
Do your friends make more money than you? How does that make you feel? Jealousy is a normal emotion. But comparing finances with your mates can take a healthy level of jealousy and make it impact your relationship. We’re going to explore some ideas from Denise Duffield-Thomas on how to get comfy when your friends out-earn you, and how it could even…
 
ALL of us are pretty bad at monitoring our screen use; be it TV or phone. Remember when a show would finish and we’d have to sit through the WHOLE credits to get to the next episode? Professor Adam Alter talks about these moments as "Stopping Cues". They're a sign to move on and do something different; to stop clicking and scrolling and binging. We…
 
When we’re stuck in a rut we need a quick solution. If you’re stuck on a document, got writer’s block, or just can’t finish that email… Try changing your font! It tricks you into thinking you’re working on something new, and help you finish it more quickly. LINKS '4 Reasons Why You Want to Have Variety in Your Workplace' NIT Health Services 2020. F…
 
On episode 275 we discuss the movie Don't Look Up (Netflix), putting our energy back into climate action after the movement has lost momentum during the pandemic and avoiding burnout when coping with the reality of the climate crisis. This show is a 3CR Summer Special we encourage everyone to listen to and support 3CR Community Radio! https://www.3…
 
All or nothing thinking is when you evaluate your life in extreme terms. It makes you evaluate your life in only two ways; perfection or utter failure. We can let this way of thinking creep into how we describe our weeks, and even days – and this deletes all the medium moments and okayness of our lives! In this episode we’re going to teach you how …
 
If you want to take your career up a gear, mindfulness can help you to get there. Which brings us to this episode’s topic; How to mindfully prepare for a big pitch. From asking for a raise to making a big sales pitch, try these tips out before you step into that meeting. LINKS Tony Nicholls and Good Talent Media. Follow The Space on Instagram @thes…
 
Should you really change your hair in a crisis? For those of us who’ve hacked a fringe after a breakup the answer seems simple: DON’T DO IT. But there are benefits to a style change when you’re going through life shifts. With tips from psychotherapist Rebecca Newman let’s explore how to choose whether to make that big hair move. LINKS ‘We asked a p…
 
A grommie (or grommet) is slang for a young surfer or young athlete in the action sport space. These kids seem fearless in the face of some gnarly waves, throwing themselves at challenges with bravery and a huge smile. There’s lot we can learn from these mini daredevils. LINKS Follow The Space on Instagram @thespace_podcast. Follow Nova Podcasts on…
 
In the new way of working not everyone can clock off at 5pm on a Friday. So how can we stay productive on a Friday night and how can we stop hating it? LINKS ‘Self-Praise: The Benefits of Rewarding Yourself' by Edward Leary. Follow The Space on Instagram @thespace_podcast. Follow Nova Podcasts on Instagram @novapodcastsofficial. CREDITS Host: Casey…
 
Why oh WHY did that person upload that fuggo photo of me?! And then had the AUDACITY to tag me in it!!! First world problems? Of course! But nobody wants it to happen, so how can mindfulness help us to cope when it does? LINKS Follow The Space on Instagram @thespace_podcast. Follow Nova Podcasts on Instagram @novapodcastsofficial. CREDITS Host: Cas…
 
We all make a LOT of decisions a day – over 35,000 a day according to estimates. A lot of those choices have an immediate effect on our happiness. They also have a long term effect on our progress. Lucy Hone studies the habits of resilient people. After her three children tragically passed away in a motor accident, she used one sentence a LOT to de…
 
Should you really change your hair in a crisis? For those of us who’ve hacked a fringe after a breakup the answer seems simple: DON’T DO IT. But there are benefits to a style change when you’re going through life shifts. With tips from psychotherapist Rebecca Newman let’s explore how to choose whether to make that big hair move. LINKS ‘We asked a p…
 
We know that masturbation can help reduce stress and improve self esteem. So why do we still rush the experience? Using advice from sexuality expert Layla Martin, we’ve got two things we want you to try next time you masturbate. LINKS Hear Layla Martin talk about Altered States of Sex on the podcast The Human Upgrade with Dave Asprey. Read the tran…
 
Stress is shit, it’s a truth universally acknowledged. It stops us sleeping and it can even reduce our life expectancy. One study found that people who experienced a lot of stress had shortened life expectancy BUT only for the people who believed that stress was harmful for their health. The theory? If we can see stress as a good thing it won’t be …
 
A bruised ego can take a long time to get over. So how can mindfulness help us? LINKS ‘How a Bruised Ego Can Be Good for the Soul’ by Jacob Devaney for UPLIFT. Follow The Space on Instagram @thespace_podcast. Follow Nova Podcasts on Instagram @novapodcastsofficial. CREDITS Host: Casey Donovan @caseydonovan88. Writer: Amy Molloy @amymolloy. Executiv…
 
Flow state is a big contributor to creativity. It’s a state of being mentally present and completely immersed in a task. You might have felt it dancing at a club and time flies by (or that’s tequila don’t get those two confused). There are a coupla things you can do to encourage flow state in your every day life – and even help yourself get through…
 
With reports of Manchester United players being unhappy about Ralf Ragnick, Woz questions everything. Was it overblown? What about the Lukaku situation? We move into the hot topic about whether players are playing way too much and whether their well-being should be considered? The African Cup of Nations has started, and Lucas has several things he …
 
Stress can act like a shot of espresso. In the short-term our fight or flight response makes us take action. We’ve got a short and calming breathing exercise from Dr Nicole LePera to help you chill the fuck out LINKS Follow Dr Nicole LePera @the.holistic.psychologist on Instagram. Follow The Space on Instagram @thespace_podcast. Follow Nova Podcast…
 
This January has a lot more uncertainty than usual. We’ve all heard the saying: focus on what you can control in life. But what does that really mean in the real world? And how can we do it? LINKS ‘5 things a psychologist practices every day to keep their own mind healthy’ Chanel Nesci for Body and Soul Magazine. Follow The Space on Instagram @thes…
 
We talk to political assassinations expert and author of ‘A Lie Too Big to Fail: The Real History of the Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy’ Lisa Pease about the fed-backed assassination of RFK in 1968, and the accused assailant Sirhan Sirhan (who is eligible for release from prison at the time of this recording), making a case for Sirhan’s innocen…
 
Ok this could sound kooky but are you scared of happiness? How much do you relate to this statement “When things are going my way I have a heavy feeling in my gut that shit’s going to hit the fan’…? See what we mean? It’s hard to relax when things are going your way because we’re secretly preparing for the worst. We’ve got some tips to help you ove…
 
We've got a visualisation that you're going to need to put aside your self-consciousness for. It's inspired by a kid who used a video game meditation to help keep his spirits up during cancer treatment. We're going to take his GENIUS concept, and add a sprinkling of mindfulness to it. LINKS ‘Ben's Game’ Free download. ‘Digital games as an effective…
 
IG and TikTok captures the glowy shiny parts of life. You forget for a moment that everything is filtered. So how can we engage in highlights in a better way, and even use it to make us feel grateful? Well listen to the episode to find out why dontcha! LINKS ‘Yes, Social Media Is a Highlight Reel—And That’s Okay’ Stephanie Murray for Verily Mag. Fo…
 
Let’s face it – we dress down every day RN. Our entire work wardrobe is yoga pants and t-shirts. But the idea of dress-down Friday can become a mindfulness exercise! Try these tips when you’re putting on your comfy fahhshion today, cause Casual Friday isn’t about what you wear, it’s all about how you feel. LINKS ‘Casual Friday and the “'End of the …
 
There’s a wonderful concept called the Emotional Bank Account that’s used to talk about relationships. It’s all about what we ‘deposit’ and ‘withdraw’; shared experiences, giving them your Netflix log in – that kind of stuff. But withdrawals are things that drain relationship’s energy. We’ve got 3 tips to keep your relationship fairly balanced and …
 
Do you ever have those stints when you’re working so hard, but all you can do is doubt yourself. Author Cassie Mendoza Jones calls this "Push and Mush" mode – where you’re pushing so hard but still feel sluggish and stuck. We’ve got some simple tips to snap yourself out of it. LINKS ‘Aligned and Unstoppable’ by Cassie Mendoza Jones. Follow @cassiem…
 
Researchers found that when people were encouraged to say "I feel excited" instead of "I feel anxious" it had a positive effect on their performance! You're basically reframing an emotional event, to see it as a positive rather than a negative! We’ll talk you through how to do it, and hopefully chill your vibe next time you feel nerves and worry cr…
 
How much do you relate to this statement “When things are going my way I have a heavy feeling in my gut that shit’s going to hit the fan’…? It’s hard to relax when things are going your way because you're secretly preparing for the worst. We’ve got some tips to help you overcome that niggling ick feeling and let yourself fecking enjoy your wins dam…
 
Does snoring impact your relationship with your partner? What a dumb question, of course it does! Because you’ll go to jail if you try to muffle their snores a little toooo hard, we’ve got a meditation for you to try instead. Less jail time for one, and an overall calming body vibe for another. LINKS ‘Snoring kills the love life, survey reveals’ Sl…
 
Did you know Tuesday is said to be the most productive day of your work week? If your phone is pinging off the hook with to-dos, meetings, and reminders, try this mini-meditation for resetting yourself during the busy-ness of it all. It’s all about using your phone’s ringtone or notification ping to take a big ol deep breath. LINKS ‘Tuesday is the …
 
Is there anything more annoying than feeling anxious and unsettled, And having no idea why you feel that way! Most of us are proactive creatures and when something is wrong we like to fix it pronto! But some days you don’t know why your stomach is tense and your heart is beating faster. Next time you find yourself searching for the cause of your an…
 
Mindfulness isn’t always about sitting silently, serenely and looking inside… It can be used to kick your arse into gear, as well as chill you out. These are our favourite tips to help you get shit done – whether you’re back at work or still on holidays. LINKS Follow The Space on Instagram @thespace_podcast. Follow Nova Podcasts on Instagram @novap…
 
Happy first Sunday of 2022 lovelies. If you find some shitty emotions bubbling up today, we've got tips for you (and some of those involve stepping away from the online shopping sales!). LINKS ‘Depressed Women Shop & Spend More’ - Marketing Charts. ‘Buying Time, Not Stuff, Might Make You Happier’ Shots – Health News : NPR. Follow The Space on Insta…
 
2021 WAS a year. We look back on some of our favourite—and least favourite—shows, characters, tropes, sets and other sitcom artifacts from our reviews over the past year. Brynn, Aaron & Barry each give their pick for 20 different categories in this lightning round bonus episode. Happy New Year and thanks for listening! Email: thatwasashow@aol.com (…
 
New Year's Resolutions are for chumps. We’ve got 5 things to do today instead of trap yourself with a New Year’s commitment you’ll probably forget about. It’s all about giving yourself permission to evolve and change, no matter the date. You can start a new habit on the 1st of January or the 22nd of March. Free yourself from the number babes! LINKS…
 
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