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In this episode, we sit down with Cole Raven with Podchaser. You can learn more about Podchaser here: https://www.podchaser.com/
In this episode, Skye interviews entrepreneur and angel investor Jason Calacanis. Jason, who is Skye's boss, also hosts two podcasts, This Week in Startups and Angel. Before this interview was recorded, Jason told Skye she could ask him anything — and she took him up on that. The pair discuss:  Jason's rollercoaster childhood; What drove him to get out of Brooklyn; The wild ups and downs of his entrepreneurial career; How he got into podcasting; Why a network TV show featuring Jason was axed; Why Skye thinks Jason is just a teensy bit Trumpian; His favorite podasts. Watch Jason practice Taekwondo as a wee young man here.  And get in touch: Host Skye Pillsbury on Twitter @skyepillsbury Guest Jason Calacanis on Twitter @Jason Subscribe to the Inside Podcasting newsletter here (it's free!) and discover Inside.com's network of newsletters here. 
Mike tells Sarah how the myth of meddling wives serves to exonerate terrible husbands. Digressions include “50 Shades of Grey,” Marie Antoinette and the end of the 1960s. This episode, we’re sorry to say, contains descriptions of domestic abuse. Support us on Patreon Links! Tim Riley’s “Lennon” Philip Norman’s “John Lennon: The Life” Jonathan Gould’s “Can’t Buy Me Love” (good on The Beatles, terrible on Yoko) Cynthia Lennon’s “John” “Feminism and 1960-1970s Popular Music” “Why The Beatles Broke Up”   https://rottenindenmark.files.wordpress.com/2019/09/yoko-ono.mp3  
Privacy policies: most apps and websites have them, buried away somewhere. These legal documents explain how the company collects, uses, and shares your personal data. But let's be honest, few of us actually read these things, right? And that passive acceptance says a lot about our complicated relationship with online privacy. In the Season 5 premiere of IRL, host Manoush Zomorodi speaks with Charlie Warzel, writer-at-large with the New York Times, about our complicated relationship with data and privacy — and the role privacy policies play in keeping things, well, confusing. You'll also hear from Parker and Lila, two young girls who realize how gaming and personal data intersect. Rowenna Fielding, a data protection expert, walks us through the most efficient ways to understand a privacy policy. Professor Lorrie Cranor explains how these policies have warped our understanding of consent. And privacy lawyer Jenny Afia explains why "privacy" is a base element of being human. IRL is an original podcast from Firefox. For more on the series go to irlpodcast.org. Charlie Warzel is an Opinion writer at large for the New York Times. You can get more insights from him about privacy online when you sign up for the Times’ Privacy Project Newsletter. If you’d like to learn more about privacy policies and their impact on our youth, check out Jenny Afia’s article on tech’s exploitative relationship with our children. This IRL podcast episode referenced several privacy policies, and we encourage you to read them. To start, here’s Firefox’s privacy policy. You’ll see that Firefox’s business model is not dependent on packaging your personal info. And, we hope you’ll find that our policy is easy-to-read, fully transparent, and specific. The other privacy policies referenced in this episode include: Google’s privacy policies Uber’s privacy policy Microsoft’s privacy policy Twitter’s privacy policy Facebook’s privacy policy
Some paintings by contemporary Australian artists are worth millions of dollars. But what if what you see isn't always what you get? There are claims the art market is plagued with questionable works by Brett Whiteley, Howard Arkley, Charles Blackman and more. Hagar Cohen exposes question marks over three expensive artworks... and traces their origin back to one group of high-profile dealers in Melbourne's art market.
In this special episode, host Reid Hoffman answers questions from early-stage entrepreneurs – people in the trenches of startup life all over the world. How do you gain your users' trust? How do you build a team and company culture at the same time? This Strategy Session is co-hosted with Jason Feifer, editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur magazine.
John and Craig welcome writer/actor/producer/director Seth Rogen (Superbad, Knocked Up, Good Boys) to the podcast. They discuss Seth’s writing process, evolving with a creative partner, and the cinematic origins of 420. Seth then joins them for another edition of How Would This Be a Movie? looking at stories ranging from corruption, cattle mutilation, and geriatric thieves. Links: 420 origins according to Wikipedia ‘Someone’s Gotta Tell the Freakin’ Truth’: Jerry Falwell’s Aides Break Their Silence by Brandon Ambrosino Mysterious Oregon Cattle Killings, Mutilations Alarm Ranchers by Diana Kruzman An 82-year-old Man Slipped Past Doormen in Upscale Buildings for Years and Stole $400k in Jewelry, Police Say by Madeline Holcombe and Joshua Girsky How to Tighten Up Your Game at Work When You’re Depressed by Captain Awkward Saucey: Alcohol Delivery App Hilarity for Charity National Expungement Week, Seth’s PSA John August on Twitter Craig Mazin on Twitter Seth Rogen on Twitter John on Instagram Outro by Rajesh Naroth (send us yours!) Email us at ask@johnaugust.com You can download the episode here
You can make yourself happier today. Your life circumstances and personality aren't nearly as important as you think in deciding how happy you can be. Dr Laurie Santos explains how understanding the latest science will point you in the right direction and make you more satisfied with your life. Are you ready to feel better?For an even deeper dive into the research we talk about in the show visit happinesslab.fm Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The student loan crisis is impacting you, your friends, your kids and our economy. College is more expensive than ever and you’re being told, “Student loans are good debt,” “You can’t go to college without debt,” and, “It will be worth it.” These lies have duped the average college student into taking out $35,000 in student loans. In episode 1, you’ll hear from Dave Ramsey, Anthony ONeal, Rachel Cruze, Michael Torpey, Seth Frotman and others on the reality of the student loan debt crisis. BorrowedFuture.com http://bit.ly/2BwX2Mv “Debt Free Degree” Book http://bit.ly/31yOMXb Splash Financial http://bit.ly/2B9rX1b Have you been impacted by student loans, or have you received a debt-free degree? Send your story to story@borrowedfuture.com or call 629.235.0235 and leave a voicemail!
Award-winning novelist, speaker, and activist Talia Carner spoke with me about the intensive research processes that go into her novels, why she chose fiction to write about global social issues, the real-life crisis happening right before our eyes and what we can do about it. “I take a skeleton out of the closet and dance with it. The skeleton being the many social issues around the globe that vie for attention.” – Talia Carner Ms. Carner writes suspense novels with a social message and her latest historical novel, The Third Daughter, aims to turn the issue of sex trafficking into real-world activism. Talia's mission is to transform the lessons of the past into action in the present. Her fifth book has been described as, “A frightening journey into the New World of the late 1800s, told by a trusting young woman lured from Russia and forced into prostitution in Buenos Aires.” Before becoming a professional novelist the author had a corporate career in the magazine business, started her own business as a marketing consultant for Fortune 500 companies, was a counselor and lecturer for the Small Business Administration, and even a member of the United States Information Agency. Talia is a popular international speaker who has keynoted close to 300 events on pressing social issues facing women around the globe. To learn more about human trafficking in the USA – and what you can do to help stop it – you can find a wealth of information that the author has provided for us in her article here: Take Action Against Trafficking This episode of The Writer Files is brought to you by the team at Author Accelerator. Author Accelerator book coaches give writers feedback, accountability, and support while you write, so you can get that your idea out of your head and onto the page. If you’re a fan of The Writer Files, please click subscribe to automatically see new interviews. In Part One of this file Talia Carner and I discussed: How the writer's natural form of expression is somewhere in the 100,000 word range Why historical fiction is so challenging to write well How she used researchers to trace details of landmarks long forgotten What it's like to channel characters from the distant past and write prose incorporating other languages What sparks the ideation that fuels her writing mission And why writers need to cull ideas from issues that move them most Show Notes: Author Accelerator How to Write Impactful Historical Fiction with Award-Winning Author Talia Carner: Part Two TaliaCarner.com The Third Daughter: A Novel by Talia Carner [Amazon] Take Action Against Trafficking Protect Now, an educational program against sex trafficking taught in schools Talia Carner on Facebook Talia Carner on Twitter Kelton Reid on Twitter Please help us learn more about you by completing this short 7-question survey  
A bust goes deadly wrong in Pasadena. In its wake, we meet Eddie Follis who has worked his entire life to become a special agent for the DEA. He learns the ropes from the best in the business and comes face to face with an agent of the most powerful illegal drug merchant on Earth. This is how fast it can go bad.
Podcasting is booming but it's never too late to start because ultimately, this medium is about finding your people and connecting, long-term, with them. But, you have to stay up to date with the medium - you can't do what you did 4, 6, 10 years ago. Welcome to The Podcast Accelerator, the thrice-weekly show that brings you podcast education, industry insights and straight-talking reactions to podcasting news.I’m your host Mark Asquith, The British Podcast Guy and CEO and co-founder of Rebel Base Media, the podcast tech company that creates the Podcast Success Academy, Podcast Websites, Poductivity, Rebel Base Studios & Captivate.fm, the world’s only growth-oriented podcast host where you can get your first month of podcast hosting for just one dollar and transfer an existing podcast in, completely free.Thank you so much for joining me on the Podcast Accelerator, remember to tell your podcasting friends that the show is available to listen to for free in any app that supports podcasts and if you’re wondering what the best next step to take for your own podcast is, whether you’re a new or veteran podcaster, go and take our short, five minute survey where I’ll help you to diagnose the main issue holding your show and your podcast growth back and give you access to our free, vibrant Podcast Rebellion community, weekly free group coaching from me, actionable and insider-only emails and even a free invitation to The Podcast Success Academy - invest five minutes now to grow your podcast by heading to RebelBaseMedia.io/grow.Don’t forget the more you expect from yourself, the more you WILL excel!P.s. get your free 90 day AWeber trial right here, with code “ExEx” - MarkAsquith.com/AWeberThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacyPodtrac - https://analytics.podtrac.com/privacy-policy-gdrpChartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
George Will — Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist at The Washington Post, political commentator for NBC News and MSNBC, and best-selling author of "The Conservative Sensibility" — joins Ben to discuss William F. Buckley Jr., capitalism, communism, Richard Nixon, Donald Trump, religion, baseball, and much more. Date: 11-10-2019
Podchaser started in 2016 to provide somewhere to discover new podcast and fiction shows, their creators, hosts, guests, cast and crew and provide tools for fans to follow and curate lists of their favourite shows. Karim speaks to Cole Raven, founder of Podchaser. Episode Transcript
It's no secret that every online platform you use is keeping track of your information. But what if this data is being used to give you a 'score' as a customer?
People cry when they are sad – so why do they also cry when they are happy? This episode begins with the explanation for why two opposite emotions can have the same symptom. And what happy occasion actually causes people to cry the most "tears of joy.” (And it’s not weddings). https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/11/141111124047.htmYou probably know who Mike Rowe is. For years he hosted the TV show Dirty Jobs on the Discover Channel. He has become a champion for the blue collar workers in America and has his foundation that supports that cause called mikeroweWORKS. (www.mikeroweworks.com) . He is also the host of a podcast (https://mikerowe.com/podcast/) and author of a book – both called The Way I Heard It (https://amzn.to/34Dikog). Mike joins me with his interesting and often contrarian view on a lot of what we have come to believe about success including education, persistence efficiency and more. Kids skip. You probably skipped when you were a kid. So why don’t adults skip? Listen as I explain that it actually might do us all a world of good to do a little more skipping – even if you look foolish. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3895968/Why-adults-stop-skipping-s-hard-Activity-uses-quarter-energy-running-speed.htmlAs a culture we are becoming less empathetic towards our fellow humans. Yet empathy is one of those things that is good for everyone concerned. When you show empathy towards others it can ease their pain and it is beneficial to you as well. Jamil Zaki is a professor of psychology at Stanford University and author of the book The War for Kindness: Building Empathy in a Fractured World (https://amzn.to/2qtq4dX). He joins me to explain exactly what empathy is, how it works and why having it is so good for you.This Week’s Sponsors-Proven Skincare. Go to www.PROVENSKINCARE.COM/SOMETHING and use promo code SOMETHING to get your exclusive 10%.–Airbnb. To learn more about being an Airbnb host visit www.Airbnb.com/host-Simplisafe. For free shipping and a 60-day free trial go to www.Simplisafe.com/something-How to Be Awesome at Your Job podcast. https://awesomeatyourjob.com/podcast/-The Undercovers podcast. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-undercovers/id1479344440
Why do we create? Often, our motivation is money, entertainment or guilt because we feel like we “should" be doing something. Despite a long list of topics to discuss in our last episode on creative feedback, we both thought the episode felt unnatural and directionless. You might not have picked up on that because Summer saved us with her editing prowess by creating a narrative arch before we published the episode. Stephanie, known globally for her occasional bouts of brilliance, quickly realized that the ladies were lacking the reason WHY they were talking about feedback in the first place. We accidentally on purpose continue this discussion in today’s episode by trying once and again to answer this motivational question on an episode AND show level. Do our answers make sense? (That’s not a rhetorical question, we really want to know!)  Links:  None, we are deeply in our own heads in this ep Words we want to exist: IRV : in real voice (as opposed to online or recorded voices. Kinda like IRL, in real life but specific to voices) Polypodomous: working on multiple podcasts instead of just one (monopodpmous?) Quotes: “Let’s get meta on the meta…” -Steph on the accidental link between last week and this week’s episodes “If the why is intrinsic and you don’t necessarily have a direction that’s still enough of a why to keep going.”-Summer Music: And a big thank you to Alex of Kwick Lights (https://kwick-lights.de/de) for recording our snazzy new intro/outro jingles! Thanks also to Lena of Lena On The Move (https://lenaonthemove.com/) for the sound idea and pulling this together for us! Check out Alex and Lena's Nuremberg-based band, Off The Grid, at https://www.instagram.com/offthegrid.music/  Contact us:  Creatively Complicated (in Internetland): Twitter: Creatively Complicated Podcast, @stephandsummer Email: creativelycomplicatedpodcast@gmail.com Summer (in Germany):   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/summeroutside/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/summeroutside Blog: https://eatsomethinggosomewhere.com/ Stephanie: (in China): https://linktr.ee/stephfuccio This episode was created with: Steph and Summer’s microphones Samson Q2U  Auphonic, free online leveling software Remote video software, Zoom
At the end of our lives, what do we most wish for? And how can knowing this help you live better lives now? BJ Miller, MD (@zenhospice) knows. BJ is a palliative care physician at Zen Hospice Project in San Francisco, where he thinks deeply about how to create a dignified, graceful end of life for his patients. He is an expert in death, but he’s also learned how we can dramatically improve our own lives, often with very small changes. When you consider that he has guided or been involved with ~1,000 deaths, it’s not surprising that he’s spotted patterns we can all learn from. BJ is also a triple amputee, and his 2015 TED Talk, "Not Whether But How," is a moving reflection on his vision to make empathic end-of-life care available to all, ranked among the top-15 most viewed TED talks of the year. If you want to know what being around death can teach you about living, you'll want to listen to this. I LOVED this conversation, and I hope you do as well. Enjoy. Show notes and links for this episode can be found at www.fourhourworkweek.com/podcast. This podcast is brought to you by Wealthfront. Wealthfront is a massively disruptive (in a good way) set-it-and-forget-it investing service, led by technologists from places like Apple. It has exploded in popularity in the last two years and now has more than $2.5B under management. Why? Because you can get services previously limited to the ultra-wealthy and only pay pennies on the dollar for them, and it’s all through smarter software instead of retail locations and bloated sales teams. Check out wealthfront.com/tim, take their risk assessment quiz, which only takes 2-5 minutes, and they’ll show you—for free–exactly the portfolio they’d put you in. If you want to just take their advice and do it yourself, you can. Well worth a few minutes to explore: wealthfront.com/tim. This podcast is also brought to you by Boll & Branch. There is a lot of nonsense in the bedding business. For instance, did you know thread-count is not a good measurement of quality? It’s a total myth. The “Made in Italy” label? It isn’t something you should necessarily pay extra for because it generally means it’s just finished in Italy and woven in places like China. The general industry mark-up for bedding is 700 to 800 percent at most retailers. Boll & Branch creates incredibly high-quality bedding. They are the same sheets you’ll find at my home in San Francisco. The best part? You can try anything you order at home for 30 days. If you don’t love it, send it back and get a full refund. Go to Boll & Branch and use promo code “TIM” for 20% off your entire order. Whether sheets, towels, blankets, duvet covers, or anything else. Shipping is always free.***If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews!For show notes and past guests, please visit tim.blog/podcast.Sign up for Tim’s email newsletter (“5-Bullet Friday”) at tim.blog/friday.For transcripts of episodes, go to tim.blog/transcripts.Interested in sponsoring the podcast? Visit tim.blog/sponsor and fill out the form.Discover Tim’s books: tim.blog/books.Follow Tim:Twitter: twitter.com/tferriss Instagram: instagram.com/timferrissFacebook: facebook.com/timferriss YouTube: youtube.com/timferriss
A wild stallion arises from the ashes of a forgotten time. A time when guests were on We're Just People. The stallion approaches, and it's none other than the coveted Hotline Champ, Mr. Britt Billins himself. Britt and Grant have an unusually casual conversation about the direction of the podcast, personal matters and dealing with leadership, and have a heartwarming collection of thoughts of family and being a parent (with a special emphasis on a certain son, who caused a certain amount of damage to a car). Join us today, and be encouraged! CONNECT WITH US: Voicemail/Text: 405-265-6706 Video Hotline: https://bit.ly/2lI1wvf Email us anything: werejustpeoplepodcast@gmail.com Please understand that by submitting anything you are allowing potential use on the podcast. SUBSCRIBE/SUPPORT US: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/werejustpeople Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/34SJnwp Spotify: https://spoti.fi/363pfYz Podchaser (10/10 Robust Features): https://bit.ly/2PBc0cs RSS Feed: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/329132.rss FOLLOW US:Instagram: https://instagram.com/werejustpeoplepeoplepodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/Werejustpeople1 Facebook: https://facebook.com/pg/werejustpeoplepodcastWEBSITE/STORE/OTHERSTUFF:https://www.werejustpeoplepodcast.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/werejustpeople)
Daryl Davis is an R&B and blues musician, activist, author, actor and bandleader. He also is the author of "Klan-destine Relationships: A Black Man's Odyssey in the Ku Klux Klan".
Elon Musk is known for many different things – however, not many people seem to know a lot about Elon as a person, what led to him putting everything on the line to build SpaceX & Tesla, and why he continues pushing for a better future.     In this podcast, Elon speaks his story – raw & (almost) uncut, with Kimbal and Maye Musk. Find us on: Our website: https://thirdrowtesla.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/thirdrowtesla YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0ccR2qBqERD8_Gc5rXF5kw/ Links to the Third Row Crew members: Sofiaan Fraval - https://teslasof.com Omar Qazi - AKA Tesla Truth AKA Steve Jobs - https://wholemars.net Vincent Yu - https://www.tesmanian.com/blogs/tesmanian-blog Vivien Hantusch - https://www.vivien.space Kristen K10 - https://twitter.com/kristennetten Galileo Russell - https://youtube.com/hyperchangetv If you'd like to support the podcast on Patreon, we'd greatly appreciate it. Please sign up here: https://www.patreon.com/thirdrow and listen to us using these links: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/third-row-tesla-podcast/id1489410813 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7pcPJu11dEtChvuXBXbTWC?si=94AXBEr3QDyjQUYRYw1Brg Web: https://anchor.fm/thirdrowtesla
It was tough to be a Redditor in 2015. For every small, vibrant subreddit devoted to a hobby or earnest advice, there was a cesspool of misogyny or a community devoted to snuff films. But CEO Steve Huffman has been working to make the site less scary, and advertising revenue has started growing. The story of how a sinking ship righted itself could offer insights for other other social media sites trying to clean up. Plus: Ripple effects from cutting down flights to China, Casper’s IPO and more from Kai’s conversation with Janet Yellen and David Malpass.
David chats with Nicholas Quah about the state of podcasting in 2020.Links:Read Nicholas's end-of-year wrap-upSubscribe to Hot PodFollow Nicholas on TwitterWeekly Recommendation:Richard's Famous Food PodcastEpisode photo by Jonathan Farber on UnsplashLet me know your feedback for the podcast by emailing culturallyrelevantshow(AT)gmail(DOT)com.Follow the show on Twitter.Find every episode of the show at CulturallyRelevantShow.com.This episode was produced and edited by David Chen and powered by Simplecast.Special thanks to Patrick and Patryk for their help with this episode.
In the third quarter of Super Bowl XVIII, Apple ran a commercial that changed the Super Bowl and Apple forever. But it almost never aired. Featuring original interviews with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, former CEO John Sculley, and the ad's creators, this is the story of Steve Jobs vs the board, a scary casting call involving actual skinheads and a highly skilled discus thrower, plus a legacy that defined Apple and its users for decades.Read more at www.businessinsider.com/1984
Reed Duchsher, the ground-breaking manager behind Mr. Beast, sat down to tell us what it's really like to manage the fastest growing Youtuber in 2019. Reed, and his company Night Media, helped Mr. Beast get up to 24 millions subscribers in record time. But what does it take to break into such a highly-saturated industry? Reed tells us the story behind Night Media, why he never wants to represent more than 10 influencers, why he keeps his client list family-friendly, and how charity pays a major role in his talent's drive. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Vantablack is a pigment that reaches a level of darkness that’s so intense, it’s kind of upsetting. It’s so black it’s like looking at a hole cut out of the universe. If it looks unreal because Vantablack isn’t actually a color, it’s a form of nanotechnology. It was created by the tech industry for the tech industry, but this strange dark material would also go on to turn the art world on its head. Their Dark Materials
Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn is one of the most iconic historically Black neighborhoods in the United States. But Bed-Stuy is changing. Fifty years ago, schools in Bed-Stuy's District 16 were so overcrowded that students went to school in shifts. Today, they're half-empty. Why?In trying to answer that question, we discovered that the biggest, oldest questions we have as a country about race, class, and power have been tested in the schools of Central Brooklyn for as long as there have been Black children here. And that's a long, long time.In this episode, we visit the site of a free Black settlement in Brooklyn founded in 1838; speak to one of the first Black principals in New York City; and find out why half a million students mobilized in support of school integration couldn’t force the Board of Education to produce a citywide plan. CREDITSProducers / Hosts: Mark Winston Griffith and Max FreedmanEditing & Sound Design: Elyse BlennerhassettOriginal Music: avery r. youngProduction Associate: Jaya SundareshFeatured in this episode: Kamality Guzman, Sarah Johansen, Cieanne Everett, Alphonse Fabien, Julia Keiser, Dr. Adelaide Sanford, Rev. Milton Galamison, Monifa Edwards.School Colors is a production of Brooklyn Deep, the citizen journalism project of the Brooklyn Movement Center. Made possible by support from the NYU Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools and the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
Here we go folks episode one! My first guest is Zach Auld from the Cast Junkie podcast and the man behind the Cast Junkie (Support Indie Podcast) Discord server. It was my great pleasure to have him as my first guest.  You can find Zach and his show at castjunkie.comYou can find the Cast Junkie Discord by using this linkAs always you can connect with me and the show by clicking on my linktree here.
There are icons, and then there’s Dolly Parton. The country singer-turned-actress-turned-cultural phenomenon has produced a nearly unparalleled body of work, in both quantity (Parton is the sole or co-author of more than three thousand songs) and in legacy. Despite releasing her first album over 60 years ago, Parton’s songs are still covered and performed live by today’s pop artists. Presidential candidates are still selecting her songs as official walk-on music. So what is it exactly that makes her music so enduring? Today, we select four essential Dolly songs for dissection and try to answer that big question with the help of composer, longtime radio-maker and host of the new hit podcast, Dolly Parton’s America--Jad Abumrad. Whether or not you identify as a Dolly Parton fan, or even a country music fan, we think you’ll love this one.Songs discussed Dolly Parton - Dumb Blonde Dolly Parton - Down from Dover Dolly Parton - Jolene Dolly Parton - Light of a Clear Blue Morning Kesha - Praying Mariah Carey - Hero Andra Day - Rise Up Dolly Parton - 9 to 5 Stevie Wonder - I Wish Dolly Parton - Mule Skinner Blues Thanks to Jad, producer Shima Oliaee and the rest of the Dolly Parton’s America team. You can check out the eight episodes they’ve released so far, and keep an eye out for the final one at www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/dolly-partons-america. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you’d told me a couple months ago that a podcast about Dolly Parton could move me deeply and raise all kinds of questions that go straight to the wounded heart of America today, I guess I would have been skeptical to say the least.But that skepticism might be exactly the point. America is an image factory. Country music. Rock and Roll. New York City. Nashville. We paint with big, broad brushes. And if we’re not careful, we miss a lot of the details. My guest today is audio storytelling wizard Jad Abumrad. He’s the creator and a host of Radiolab, More Perfect, and now, of Dolly Parton’s America – a nine part podcast series that achieves all those aforementioned implausible things. Jad’s trips into the Dollyverse with his co-producer Shima Oliaee reveal the country singer as something between a bodhisattva and one of those fairytale mirrors that tell you the truth about yourself. – Jason Gots Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Heather interviews the director of the hottest new scripted podcast, Blood Ties and what inspired the creation for this dramatic audio series.  BLOOD TIES: When Eleonore and Michael Richland (played by Gillian Jacobs and Josh Gad) lose their parents unexpectedly in a small plane crash, they must choose between two very different paths: honor their father’s legacy as a world-renowned cardiologist and health care magnate — or risk everything for the truth. From Wondery, the makers of “Dirty John,” “Dr. Death,” and “Over My Dead Body,” comes the first season of a new six episode scripted drama. Starring Gillian Jacobs (Community, Love), Josh Gad (Frozen, Book of Mormon), and Amy Landecker (Transparent). Listen now at : wondery.fm/BTScoop. Itunes link: Blood Ties Podcast  Support the show.
A wise sage once said "Just the two of us, we can make it if we try". Think on that. Process it. Be one with that thought. Well today, we made it, with you that is. This episode. Today Grant is all alone, but that doesn't keep up from delivering. We talk stories, dislikes on YouTube, take hotline calls, debate the word "thang", and much more. Put on those hefty seats, join us, and BE ENCOURAGED! OUR WEBSITE: https://werejustpeoplepodcast.com CONTACT US: Voicemail/Text: 405-265-6706 Video Hotline: https://bit.ly/2lI1wvf Email us: werejustpeoplepodcast@gmail.com Please understand that by submitting anything you are allowing potential use on the podcast. FOLLOW US: Instagram: instagram.com/werejustpeoplepodcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/Werejustpeople1 Facebook: facebook.com/pg/werejustpeoplepodcast Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/werejustpeople)
Nowadays, Thanksgiving has become an official holiday, complete with its own trappings of tradition and mythology. But how much of the conventional Thanksgiving story is true? Join Sarah and Katie as they take a closer look at the first Thanksgiving. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
If a Pilgrim were to attend a contemporary Thanksgiving celebration, he or she would probably be stunned by our “traditional” foods. In this episode of BackStory, The Guys discuss Puritan foods with historian James McWilliams, and religion scholar Anne Blue Wills reveals the surprising, 19th century origins of our national holiday. We’ll also hear from legendary NFL quarterback Roger Staubach about what it was like to spend every turkey day on the football field. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The idea behind this show is pretty simple: A university campus is a destination for all kinds of interesting people, so why not invite some of these folks out to brunch, where we’ll have an informal conversation about their work, and then we’ll turn those brunches into a podcast?It’s a tough job, but somebody has to do it.With apologies to Jack Kerouac, this is the first of two “on the road” episodes we recorded in Brooklyn, New York, while attending On Air Fest 2019. It features two of our favorite podcasters, Elah Feder and Annie Minoff, who co-host and produce Undiscovered, the podcast from WNYC’s iconic radio show Science Friday.Through the hums and hisses of a Brooklyn coffee shop, Elah and Annie talked with host Ted Fox about how they look for stories that haven’t been told, the importance of good communication between the scientific community and the rest of us, and the paleontologist at the center of one of their most memorable episodes—who also might be the one person you’d want at your side in the event of the zombie apocalypse.
As we recorded this, Wondery had just clocked their 21st #1 chart debut -- maintaining their position as the podcast industry's largest independent publisher. Listen in as Founder & CEO Hernan Lopez gives Kindred Media President Chris Peterson a peek behind the curtains at the hit factory.
As a college student, Zachary Wood ignited a national debate when he invited controversial speakers — anti-feminists, climate-change deniers, and self-proclaimed racists — to lecture on campus. Critics accused him of promoting dangerous ideas. But in his new memoir, "Uncensored," Wood argues that we can develop empathy and understanding by engaging with opposing viewpoints.Support us by supporting our sponsors!Daily Harvest — Go to dailyharvest.com and enter code BIGIDEA for $25 off your first box.LinkedIn Marketing — Visit linkedin.com/bigidea to receive a free $100 ad credit.Next Big Idea Club — The best books of the year delivered to your door. Visit nextbigideaclub.com/podcast
Snap Judgment ’s Glynn Washington, 99% Invisible ’s Roman Mars and cartoonist Jessica Abel examine how radio producers construct some of today’s most exciting and innovative storytelling. Jessica’s graphic narrative about radio storytelling is Out on the Wire: The Storytelling Secrets of the New Masters of Radio .
Elon Musk is the CEO of Tesla, SpaceX, Neuralink, and a co-founder of several other companies. This is the second time Elon has been on the podcast. You can watch the first time on YouTube or listen to the first time on its episode page. You can read the transcript (PDF) here. This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast. If you would like to get more information about this podcast go to https://lexfridman.com/ai or connect with @lexfridman on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Medium, or YouTube where you can watch the video versions of these conversations. If you enjoy the podcast, please rate it 5 stars on Apple Podcasts or support it on Patreon. Here’s the outline with timestamps for this episode (on some players you can click on the timestamp to jump to that point in the episode): 00:00 – Introduction 01:57 – Consciousness 05:58 – Regulation of AI Safety 09:39 – Neuralink – understanding the human brain 11:53 – Neuralink – expanding the capacity of the human mind 17:51 – Neuralink – future challenges, solutions, and impact 24:59 – Smart Summon 27:18 – Tesla Autopilot and Full Self-Driving 31:16 – Carl Sagan and the Pale Blue Dot
Podcasting is the storytelling revolution that empowers the everyday person with the opportunity to create and share their own audio content.t. We all have something to say, but the challenge is to create good content that gets attention in today's media climate. As a podcast producer, Podnews, is my number 1 resource to help navigate the world of podcasting. James Cridland, the editor of Podnews, is a radio futurologist and podcast industry expert, giving commentary and influencing the trajectory of podcasting to keep it in the hands of the people. In publishing his daily news source and podcast resource, James has helped thousands of podcasters find their way in an ever-changing industry. In today's episode of Be The Drop, James explains the importance of publicly operated media and how to improve the content and popularity of your podcast. Backed by useful statistics and insights, James lends his expertise to answer burning questions of creators and provide useful tips to help share their passions effectively. This episode was recorded LIVE at the Podcast Trends Presentation in Adelaide.  ---- If you're looking to keep up to date with latest podcasting trends I whole-heartedly recommend subscribing to Podnews - you can access the site via this link or head to podnews.net in your web browser. ----- The Be The Drop podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop in Spotify here SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on Instagram or Twitter. CONTACT US podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au  
John Goodman has more than four decades of experience on stage, in movies, and on television, but he’s just now learning to trust himself. After a lifetime of trying to please everyone and beating himself up over everything, John tells Marc what finally caused his perception to shift. John also talks about being shaped by comic books and Mad Magazine, finding inspiration working with David Byrne and Al Pacino early in his career, and why he knew there was something special about the Coen Brothers the first time he saw one of their scripts. This episode is sponsored by Zoro.com, Squarespace, and Stamps.com.
Unprecedented begins with the story of a man who, nearly a half-century ago, committed a minor act of civil disobedience when he covered up the state motto on his license plate. Meet George Maynard, who battled New Hampshire over a slogan—Live Free or Die—that he found personally repugnant. His deeply held convictions would land him in jail, cost him his job, and carry him all the way to the Supreme Court. If you love Unprecedented, you can support the show and more great podcasts from WAMU by heading to wamu.org/donate
Evan Carmichael made his first fortune at just nineteen years of age, and he hasn't looked back since. His current passion and focus is on YouTube. JB and Evan dig into the guts of how to benefit from having your own YouTube channel, the tricks to getting more views, and what it takes to go viral.Join thousands of other high-achieving professionals who have used the experience and wisdom of Jordan Belfort to take their careers, and their lives, to the next level: https://bit.ly/2XluQJaSubscribe to JB's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/wolfofwallstLISTEN TO THE WOLF'S DEN ON:ITUNES: https://apple.co/2lbYTSESPOTIFY: https://spoti.fi/2kGDosVCASTBOX: http://bit.ly/2ngKUvrSTITCHER: http://bit.ly/2kvasE6Follow Me:Instagram: https://bit.ly/2Fj4jSzFacebook: https://bit.ly/2Kr2bMOTwitter: https://bit.ly/2Xub1j7
Ben Franklin may not have have been a doctor, but he still had a massive impact on the medical field in his time. What were his contributions? And was he ever actually president? You'll have to listen to find out! Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers
Ken Burns is a documentary filmmaker whose work includes The Vietnam War, Baseball, and The Central Park Five. His new series is Country Music. “History, which seems to most people safe — it isn’t. I think the future is pretty safe, it’s the past that’s so terrifying and malleable.” Thanks to Mailchimp, Vistaprint, and Pitt Writers for sponsoring this week's episode. @KenBurns kenburns.com [01:08] The Vietnam War (2017) [01:12] Country Music (2019) [04:58] Salesman (1969) [09:04] Jazz (2001) [13:45] The Civil War (1990) [13:48] Baseball (1994) [13:55] The War (miniseries • 2007) [13:57] The National Parks (2009) [14:00] The Roosevelts (2014) [44:49] Odd Man Out (1947)
Nicholas Quah founded and writes Hot Pod, a newsletter about the podcasting industry, and reviews podcasts for Vulture. “I think to some extent I’m in love with the concept of momentum. Sheer velocity. It’s painful. It’s punishing. Physically, I’m worse off for it. But I feel like if I stop moving, something will fall. Something will break. And I’m over. It’s a horrible feeling.” Thanks to Mailchimp, Pitt Writers, Audm, and Bayer for sponsoring this week's episode. @nwquah nicholasquah.com hotpodnews.com Quah's archive at Vulture [13:51] Business Insider Intelligence [17:26] Season One of Serial Podcast [17:26] Longform Podcast #327: Julie Snyder [30:56] Megaphone (formerly Panoply Media) [52:30] New York Post's We Hear Podcast
We begin with a simple question: How did the queen of the boob joke become a feminist icon? Helen Morales, author of “Pilgrimage to Dollywood,” gave us a stern directive – look at the lyrics! So we dive into Dolly’s discography, starting with the early period of what Dolly calls “sad ass songs” to find remarkably prescient words of female pain, slut-shaming, domestic violence, and women being locked away in asylums by cheating husbands. We explore how Dolly took the centuries-old tradition of the Appalachian “murder ballad”—an oral tradition of men singing songs about brutally killing women—and flipped the script, singing from the woman’s point of view. And as her career progresses, the songs expand beyond the pain to tell tales of leaving abuse behind. How can such pro-woman lyrics come from someone who despises the word feminism? Dolly explains.  
Justice Neil Gorsuch takes us behind the scenes of the Supreme Court and discusses his New York Times bestselling book, A Republic, If You Can Keep it.

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