Best Pick with John Dorney, Jessica Regan and Tom Salinsky Episode 21: Kramer vs Kramer (1979) Released 7 November For this episode, we watched Kramer vs Kramer, written by Robert Benton from the novel by Avery Corman, and directed by Benton. It stars Dustin Hoffman, Meryl Streep, Justin Henry and Jane Alexander. As well as Best Picture, it also won Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Leading Actor for Hoffman and Best Supporting Actress for Streep. Dustin Hoffman and John Oliver https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZNuh0xxKis Getting Curious podcast https://www.earwolf.com/show/getting-curious-with-jonathan-van-ness Next time we will be discussing The Godfather. If you want to watch it before listening to the next episode you can buy the DVD or Blu-Ray on Amazon.co.uk, or Amazon.com, or you can download it via iTunes (UK) or iTunes (USA). To send in your questions, comments, thoughts and ideas, you can join our Facebook group, Tweet us on @bestpickpod or email us on email@example.com. You can also Tweet us individually, @MrJohnDorney, @ItsJessRegan or @TomSalinsky. You should also sign up to our mailing list to get notified as soon as a new episode is released. Just follow this link: http://eepurl.com/dbHO3n
What happens when no one at school like-likes you? The kids of the internet generation didn't despair. They logged on and scoured the internet for love. Find out what they discovered in this special multi-episode series. The Mortified Podcast is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. Listen to all eps at getmortified.com.
The release door of the Baltimore City Jail opens out onto this otherwise abandoned block, empty except for the presence of a mobile medical office that posts up there 5 days a week. The PCARE Van, as it’s known, is operated by the non-profit Behavioral Health Leadership Institute, and it’s there to prescribe the opioid addiction medication Buprenorphine (Suboxone) for those in need. Oftentimes, people will walk directly out of the jail and directly onto the van. In this episode, we meet the staff of the van and the clients they serve.
On the seventh episode of The Viall Files, I'm joined by feminist Katie Ward for an honest conversation about dating. From the Aziz Ansari article to getting feedback in the bedroom, we attempt to open up the conversation men and women are having or not having about sex. Be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode! Oh... and Happy Valentine's Day.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What makes a good marriage? Dan is smitten when he meets Wendi. But after a lavish wedding and a move to Tallahassee for Dan’s job, cracks in their relationship start to appear. Dan is blindsided when he comes home from a work trip and Wendi is gone. Maybe he should have read her novel.“Where the Enemy Sleeps” is performed by Scott Mackay featuring Lucette.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Simplisafe - Protect your home and family today and get get shipping on your order at simplisafe.com/overmyBoll & Branch - Get $50 off your first set of sheets at bollandbranch.com using promo code OVERMYRobinhood - Get a free stock when you sign up today at overmy.robinhood.com
In our first episode back, Mary & Maeve recap the groundbreaking climate events of 2018. They meet our youngest mother yet, 13 year old activist and organizer, Alexandria Villasenor, on why she’s spending every Friday in a sleeping bag at the gates of the UN. Professor Pauline Dube talks to us about co-authoring the IPCC Special Report 1.5, and how she’s countering its rejection at COP24. Mbororo indigenous leader Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim speaks from the World Economic Forum in Davos on how the best way to rebalance our relationship with nature is not artificial intelligence, but indigenous intelligence.
Children refusing to eat, talk, or even drink water. A surreal mental illness sweeps across families stuck in an Australian immigrant detention camp on a tiny island nation in the South Pacific. Don’t miss out on the next big story. Get the Weekly Reveal newsletter today.
Helen Zaltzman, host of the Allusionist podcast, performs the classic tale of a man who is seduced by a day of the week after a miscommunication with his boss. Written and hosted by Chuck Tingle. Get the book on Amazon. A Night Vale Presents production. Editor: Grant Stewart Composer and Sound Designer: Vincent Cacchione Producer: Christy Gressman Assistant Producer: Adam Cecil Theme Song: “Proving Love Is Real” by Caged Animals Logo: Chuck Tingle Very special thanks to Joseph Fink http://poundedinthebuttbymyownpodcast.com
It seems like asthma is always with Jason Weems. In this episode, Jason's constantly being confronted by health scares - on stage, at home, even with his family. But at every turn, he surprises Tally with his resiliency.
This animal is nicknamed the "happiest animal on earth," but what do they have to be happy about? Not much, beyond hanging out with Roger Federer. Find out the meaning of "Rottnest" and learn about the child-sacrificing, lightning-fearing, gorgonzola-choking quokka on this episode of Species. Bibliography: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gI4fknlR16jnIiVTwIQB7BrUW1I_oo5lK_QtBm2WN6M/edit?usp=sharing
Danielle wanted a copy of "Pride and Prejudice," so she clicked the top result on Amazon. The book that came in the mail was too big with type that was too small. The introduction was laughable. The story of how this book came to be took us halfway around the world.
Leigh (@lshfoster) and Ellie (@elliebrigida) hang out in the same place for once to talk about their thoughts on the L Word Reboot. They want to see more diversity, socioeconomically, racially and with a variety of different sexualities. They also talk about all of the various millennial jobs these new L Word characters should have from Youtuber to podcaster to photographer to Instagram influencer. Celesbians galore! And of course they want to see more openly gay and trans women in their casting choices. And more lesbian sex, always more lesbian sex. Follow along on Twitter: Lez Hang Out (@lezhangoutpod) and answer our Q & Gay at the end of every episode. Leigh Holmes Foster (@lshfoster) and Ellie Brigida (@elliebrigida). You can also join us on Facebook.com/lezhangoutpod and follow along on Instagram (@lezhangoutpod).
This week, we jump jump back to the early '90s to get into two of the most infamous cases of the decade: Joey & Mary Jo Buttafuoco (and Amy Fisher), and John & Lorena Bobbitt. Journey with us to the trashy past while we take a second look at these cases and why they still matter. See source content and more at trashydivorces.com.
There are two main definitions of The Blue Time – the first is the time just before sunrise when everything in the world has a blue tinge to it. The farther north you go, the longer the blue time in the winter. The second definition is that time when you’re depressed, time moves slowly, you feel like you’re in a daze, and like you’re just broken. For many people who live in northern locations, their experience of winter leans heavily toward that second definition. The combination of dark and cold can sink them into a despair that descends like clockwork every winter. The people of Tromsø, Norway experience two months of darkness, or "Polar Night", in the winter. However, research shows that folks in Tromsø are happier than you might expect, despite the lack of sun. Kari Leibowitz went to Tromsø to figure out what makes the people there flourish during the cold dark winters, and how she might use that information to help others cope better with winter.
In this season two closer, Mark does the impossible - keeps his sanity while listening to all the hold muzak in the world, finding homes for 33 unclaimed vehicles, and answering a lifelong question of "are you my brother?"TAKE OUR SURVEY! Help us make this show better! It just takes a few minutes and you'll make us grin and jump around like House of Pain.Enjoy this bonus video as a thank you!