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Best Charlie Bennett podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Charlie Bennett podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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A mockumentary podcast starring the best UK improvisers. Nominated for Best Comedy and the Creativity Award at the British Podcast Awards 2020. Join hosts Steve Dawson (Mitchell & Webb, The Peter Serafinowicz Show) and Charlie Kemp (Man Down, Emmerdale) as they fill your Mind Canyon™. This ‘Radiolab’ style podcast explores stories such as “Finding The World Hide and Seek Champion”, “The Most Haunted Londis” and “When Space Pranks Go Wrong”. The show is improvised then edited and soundscaped ...
 
The North Avenue Lounge is WREK’s interview show. Your hosts Charlie Bennett, Keren Landman, and Shannon M. Turner alternate weeks, talking with artists, writers, professors, students, scientists, engineers, musicians, and other fascinating people from the metro Atlanta area and beyond. Tune in each Monday at noon to hear an interesting conversation about almost anything.
 
1 – 31 March 2012Online 24 hours each day, avfestival.co.uk / thepixelpalace.orgRadio Boredcast is a 744-hour continuous online radio project, curated by artist Vicki Bennett (People Like Us) with AV Festival 12. In response to our ambiguous relationship with time - do we have too much or not enough? - Radio Boredcast celebrates the detail, complexity and depth of experience lost through our obsession with speed.The full list of participants in Radio Boredcast with new and exclusive recordin ...
 
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Noa Tamir and Alaa Sarhan meet with our lovely guest Phil Bennett to chat about Emotions at work Triggered by an article Phil Bennett wrote called The Crying Game: It’s OK to Cry at Work! Emotions are unavoidable and normal, but you have to understand the emotional Labour you’re putting on other people. That said, sometimes high emotions are the on…
 
Dr. Travis G. Parry is the founder of the Make Time Institute. He has earned several degrees in family and social science to better understand goal achievement and family relationships. He helps business owners and self-employed professionals be more productive at work so they can make more time for their own goals and family relationships. In this…
 
Guests: Leslie Sharp, Dean of Libraries at Georgia Tech Elaine Westbrooks, Vice Provost of University Libraries & University Librarian at UNC-Chapel Hill Kaetrena Davis Kendrick, Dean of Dacus Library and Pettus Archives & Special Collections, Winthrop University. Playlist at: https://www.wrek.org/?p=34647 First broadcast July 10, 2020 "I'm not con…
 
Daniel Ramsey is the founder and CEO of MyOutDesk, the highest-rated virtual assistant company in the marketplace with over 500 verified 5-star reviews, and over 13 years of experience, serving more than 6,000 clients across industries. Back in 2008, he was inspired by his own time-management struggles to find a better way to help agents leverage t…
 
Legendary Motown producer and songwriter Lamont Dozier shares the true stories behind some of Motown's biggest hits. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Stuart Berman unpack Kanye West's presidential run announcement, as well as Lady Antebellum's lawsuit to use the name Lady A, which Seattle blues singer Anita White has used for more …
 
One business coach has forged his approach to helping entrepreneurs and business executives by using a monumental personal failure and eventual redemption to help get others where they need to go to find their personal success and fulfillment. At just 18 years old, Miha Matlievski, a Slovenian high school dropout, dreamed of becoming a successful e…
 
Golden Globe-winning comedian Ramy Youssef talks about his eponymous series Ramy, how he finds humour in religion, and the role of comedy in 2020. Oscar-winning screenwriter Charlie Kaufman discusses his debut novel Antkind, a surreal and satirical story about a film critic who's trying to rescue a classic movie from obscurity. Maitreyi Ramakrishna…
 
Jim Carrey and Dana Vachon talk about co-authoring the actor's new semi-autobiographical novel Memoirs and Misinformation, which melds fact with fiction — and turns Rodney Dangerfield into a rhinoceros. Tech and culture journalist Alyssa Bereznak unpacks the controversy around the recent wave of prominent YouTubers who are issuing apologies for the…
 
The 2020 song of summer competition is underway. We asked you for your favorite songs and put them in a head-to-head tournament. Find out which is the song for this very unusual summer. ROUND 1 - TikTok Jams SAINt JHN - "Roses" Imanbek Remix Megan Thee Stallion - Savage Remix (Feat. Beyoncé) The Weeknd - Blinding Lights ROUND 2 - Protest Anthems Be…
 
Nigel Bennett is an award-winning entrepreneur, author, and founder of Aqua-Guard Spill Response Inc. (aquaguard.com). His company, a global leader in oil spill control, protects water, the world’s most precious resource. Both Nigel and Aqua-Guard have received multiple awards for their innovation, business excellence, and entrepreneurialism. Nigel…
 
Grammy Award-winning producer and sound engineer David Strickland tells us how his Indigenous heritage shaped the making of his new album, Spirit of Hip Hop. Grammy Award-winning banjoist Béla Fleck discusses the re-release of his film, Throw Down Your Heart, which explores the racialized history of the banjo. On the 35th anniversary of Murder, She…
 
The author of Crazy Rich Asians and Rich People Problems, Kevin Kwan, talks about his latest novel of love among the jet-setting mega-rich, Sex and Vanity. On this week's screen panel, John Semley and Kathleen Newman-Bremang discuss the impact of white voice actors stepping down from their roles as non-white animated characters. Polaris Prize-nomin…
 
Will Moore, founder of “The Momentum Movement,” is a dynamic entrepreneur, speaker, life coach, and happiness expert. The first half of Will’s life was a real struggle, but an “aha” moment that led to what he refers to as his “rock-bottom-bounce” helped him truly understand what it means to be an owner of his life vs a victim. Determined to reinven…
 
Grammy Award-winning music director Alex Lacamoire tells us about his work on the Broadway production of Hamilton and what it's like being Lin-Manuel Miranda's right-hand man. Award-winning Canadian director Nisha Ganatra discusses her new movie, The High Note, how she broke into the film industry, and how she's made diversity a priority in everyth…
 
Crista Grasso is a lean business consultant who specializes in helping growing businesses achieve more by doing less through identifying and focusing on the most important things right now that will drive maximum value for their customers and maximum profits for their business. In this episode, Crista and Mark talk about mistakes small business own…
 
Fifteen-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Alicia Keys opens up about her new autobiography, More Myself, in which she reflects on music, family, relationships and her struggles with self-worth. Chika Okeke-Agulu, a professor of African art at Princeton University, talks about his fight to repatriate a pair of looted Nigerian sculptures th…
 
40 years ago, Mark Simon became the first person in the country to hold parents responsible for the actions of their kids in a court of law. Those kids had bullied Mark and attacked his family. Those incidents are the basis of his new memoir, Attacked! Bullied: Surviving Terror and Finding Justice. In this episode, Mark shares his incredible story …
 
Singer-songwriter Neil Young talks about reuniting with his longtime band Crazy Horse, and explains how their lifelong bond inspires his creative process and artistic voice. Brooke Lynn Hytes, the Canadian breakout star of RuPaul's Drag Race and the judge of Canada's Drag Race, discusses the importance of having a drag competition show in Canada. P…
 
Lady Gaga’s 6th album is a conceptual release about a future that is neither utopian nor dystopian. Despite its sci-fi visuals, the album looks more to the past and present than the future. Chromatica gives us a world that sounds like 90s house music made for this summer’s cancelled Pride parties. It is lyrically somber, but musically upbeat, a pro…
 
Shea Diamond has experienced so many facets of America as a black trans woman, and with songwriter Justin Tranter, she's woven those experiences into "I Am America," a blistering, funky anthem about community and belonging. Her track is also the theme song for the new HBO show "We're Here," which follows a team of a drag queens bringing drag shows …
 
Susan Boles is a Virtual CFO & Growth Architect for agencies & consultants at ScaleSpark. She helps them break out of growth stalls by fixing back end processes and creating systems designed to scale. She has over a decade of experience as a CFO and software consultant and she's on a mission to help founders build sustainable, profitable businesses…
 
Emmy-nominated Mad Men writer Semi Chellas talks about making her feature directorial debut with American Woman, a film inspired by the Patty Hearst kidnapping story. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen recap the 2020 Juno Awards ceremony, which was live streamed on CBC Gem and CBC Music. Fashion designer Aurora Jame…
 
The ASMR murders were never solved - but can Charlie and Steve solve them? Nope. This final ep of season 1 stars the brilliant Lola-Rose Maxwell (http://johndoemgt.com/actresses/301), Naomi Petersen (https://naomipetersen.co.uk/) and Scott Oswald (https://www.mandy.com/actor/profile/scott-oswald) Music: Mind Canyon Theme - Steve Dawson Walking Star…
 
A quick episode where Raz Shuty, Noa Tamir, Alaa Sarhan (@TweetingAlaa) are randomly asking themselves a question and trying to see how they feel about it, in 20 minutes: Have you used any persona framework at work. If so what did you like about it? What was it good for? What’s the downside of using them? Nothing scientific here, more like a quick …
 
Musician Ziggy Marley remembers his father, Bob Marley, and opens up about how he's honouring his dad's legacy publicly and privately at the same time. On this week's screen panel, John Semley and Teri Hart dive into Eurovision and compare how Netflix's new Eurovision movie stacks up against the real-life singing competition. Emmy-winning screenwri…
 
Kris Ward is the leading authority in building your business by building your team. Kris is the founder of the Win the Hour, Win the Day philosophy. She helps entrepreneurs easily double their income and triple their time off. In the episode, Kris and Mark discuss the power of outsourcing, why she disagrees with Mark about "the list", time bank acc…
 
Pop icon Katy Perry discusses her new single Daisies, and opens up about writing inspiring hits like Firework and Roar while "in the worst place" of her life. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen unpack the fallout from J. Cole's new song Snow On Tha Bluff, and what it might say about the state of gender relations in …
 
Owner-managed businesses often spend too much money on ineffective marketing that leaves them frustrated and wondering what to do next. Charlie Whyman's on a mission to simplify this and help B2B owner-managed businesses sell more, make more, and give more - making the world a better place. In this episode, Charlie and Mark discuss mistakes people …
 
Music icon John Legend discusses his new album Bigger Love, how George Floyd's murder is spurring change, and how people can help. Artist and activist Syrus Marcus Ware and CBC Arts host Sean O'Neill unpack why we need Black and Indigenous leadership at Canada's top museums now more than ever. Ottawa rapper Tiagz talks about achieving massive succe…
 
After 25 years of experience selling to such prestigious organizations as The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Hewlett-Packard, and NASA, Nikki Rausch decided to trade in her road warrior status so she could help entrepreneurs sell in a way that builds relationships, creates true connection, and results in more closed deals and long-term clients. N…
 
Actress Tatiana Maslany talks about her new role in HBO's Perry Mason, her love of Ryan Heffington and her journey to becoming a better ally to marginalized communities. Fashion designer Sage Paul and fashion director Mosha Lundström Halbert unpack the reckoning that's starting to happen in the fashion industry, as people call for more racial diver…
 
In 1999 filmmaker Baz Luhrmann released the song “Everybody’s Free To Wear Sunscreen,” a 7-minute-long graduation speech set to downtempo electronic music. It was a highly unlikely hit that made its way across continents and eventually into the ears of a young Avery Trufelman via the album NOW That’s What I Call Music Volume 2. For over 20 years, T…
 
Singer Ricky Martin reflects on his long career, his new "introspective" EP Pausa, and what it's been like writing music in quarantine. Artist Bisa Butler talks about her unique quilted portraits — life-sized pieces that celebrate the fabric of Black life and honour the accomplishments of Black Americans. Writer Jon Tattrie walks us through his "ep…
 
World War Z author Max Brooks discusses his new novel, Devolution — a timely tale about an eco-community under siege from Bigfoot-like creatures. On this week's screen panel, Kathleen Newman-Bremang and Teri Hart unpack how the Black Lives Matter protests are changing our appetite for film and TV. Author Kiley Reid talks about her debut bestselling…
 
Guest: Mike Filler of Georgia Tech's School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering. First broadcast October 28 2016. Playlist at https://www.wrek.org/2016/10/playlist-for-lost-in-the-stacks-from-october-28th-2016-question-my-authority-ii-peer-review-episode-323/ "As scientists, we shouldn't be thinking 'How do I get this into a journal?'"…
 
Quarantined in his family’s music room, musician Jacob Collier has been remarkably productive. Known for his polymathic musical talents, Collier has used this time to reflect on, and release new music. His latest song “All I Need,” was created with new technology that let him record remotely with his collaborators Mahalia and Ty Dolla $ign. The son…
 
Melanie Warner is a bestselling author, speaker, publisher, and entrepreneur. She is the founder of the Defining Moments book series that offers positive stories of hope and healing from people who have overcome extreme challenges in life. Warner was a successful magazine publisher for over 20 years and then tragedy hit her family when her son died…
 
Artist Titus Kaphar shares the story behind his Time magazine cover, the symbolism of his cover painting and the current context in which he creates his art. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen delve into the significance of Juneteenth and how Canadian artists are speaking up about racism in our music industry here a…
 
Tony Bradshaw grew up in a lower-income neighborhood in Nashville, TN. In early 1996, he realized he was mismanaging his money and knew something needed to change. That’s when he set out to learn how to handle money better. After learning how to handle money at age 25, Tony made his millionaire choice, his choice to become a millionaire by the age …
 
Comedian Mike Birbiglia opens up about his doubts about having a child — a subject that he tackles in his latest Netflix special and book, The New One: Painfully True Stories from a Reluctant Dad. Broadcaster, comedian and activist Sandi Toksvig talks about The Great British Bake Off, QI and Vox Tox — her new web series devoted to unsung female his…
 
Emily Melious is the founder and CEO of Launch Consulting. She helps people live fulfilling lives and companies make the best use of their employees' efforts. In this episode, Emily and Mark talk about the strengths versus weaknesses debate, her 3 factors required to be fulfilled and satisfied, and our last names! Launch Consulting Join me on Satur…
 
Professional wrestler Chris Jericho discusses the new documentary series Dark Side of the Ring, which explores some of professional wrestling's most difficult moments, from drugs to murder. Mi'kmaw author and poet Rebecca Thomas shares her top book recommendations for National Indigenous History Month. Artist Michelangelo Lovelace talks about his n…
 
Andrea Wilson Woods is a writer who loves to tell stories, and a patient advocate who founded the nonprofit Blue Faery: The Adrienne Wilson Liver Cancer Association. Andrea is the CEO and co-founder of Cancer University, a for-profit, social-benefit, digital health company. With Cancer U, Andrea synergizes her talents of coaching, writing, teaching…
 
The pandemic has upended the art and business of making music. Producing, performing and releasing — every aspect is new and uncharted. The need for social distancing means that it’s unsafe to collaborate in small studios or perform for large crowds — not to mention finding the right thing to sing about in such a charged moment. We’re telling three…
 
This is Not a Drake Podcast is a new series that uses seminal moments in Drake’s career to explore the history and evolution of hip-hop, R&B, and Black culture. It’s about the rapper who’s blurred genres and dominated the world stage, and the larger hip-hop movement that made him.The podcast dives deep into the evolution of gender dynamics in hip-h…
 
Singer-songwriter Yusuf/Cat Stevens reflects on his groundbreaking folk album, Tea for the Tillerman, 50 years after its release. This Is Not a Drake Podcast host Ty Harper talks about the much-anticipated CBC Podcasts series, which uses the milestones in Drake's career to explore the evolution of hip-hop, R&B, and Black culture. Jazz historian and…
 
A quick episode where Raz Shuty, Noa Tamir, Alaa Sarhan (@TweetingAlaa) are randomly asking themselves a question and trying to see how they feel about it, in 20 minutes: How do you battle the common "too many meetings" problem? Nothing scientific here, more like a quick conversation about it :) Also Available on: Spotify, iTunes, Google, Stitcher,…
 
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