Best Stammering podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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If you've read and loved Alice in Wonderland, you wouldn't want to miss reading about her further adventures, the strange and fantastical creatures she meets and the delightful style and word-play that made the first book so appealing. Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll is thematically much more structured and cleverly constructed as compared to the earlier Alice book but still retains its childhood elements of wonder, curiosity and imagination. Lewis Carroll was the pseudonym of Rev ...
 
A place for women who stutter to share stories, thoughts and feelings about our stuttering experience. It can be isolating for women in the predominately male stuttering community. Women talking often and openly about stuttering may lessen that isolation.
 
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The Alexxcast
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Home of the Alexxcast
 
The companion podcast to the popular podcasting book by Tee Morris and Chuck Tomasi
 
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Stutter Radio
Weekly
 
support for Those Who Stutter
 
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Portfolio Adviser
Weekly
 
An in depth look at the world of wealth management, covering everything from asset allocation and portfolio construction to technology and distribution.
 
A music and talk show featuring guests from all walks of life sharing their viewpoints and wisdom to help you get the most out of being you!
 
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Episode 195 features return guest Aileen Quattlander, who is presently living in Washington, DC. Aileen was a guest way back in 2010, when she was a senior in high school and looking forward to heading off to college the next year. It was such fun catching up with Aileen and hearing her perspectives on where […]…
 
This episode is from Erik Arneson’s My Alchemical Bromance. We talked about microdosing, BMO, podcasting, and more! Make sure to support Alexx’s Patreon to hear more weird stuff. patreon.com/alexxbollen The post Episode 300M – Alexx on MAB #35 appeared first on The Alexxcast.
 
Episode 194 features Adrienne who hails from San Jose, California. Adrienne is a 4th grade teacher who loves traveling, karaoke and yoga. Adrienne discovered her passion for teaching after having some amazing experiences all over the world. She has taught English in Jordan, Spain and Korea. Empowered by her success, Adrienne enrolled in a gradu ...…
 
In this occult-fueled episode, Alexx tries to get to 300 ‘real’ episodes by talking to Charm the Water’s Aaron David and Vanessa of The Peacock Goat Review. The conversation focused on Aaron and Vanessa’s journey into ritual magick, while touching on all sorts of other occult and esoteric goodness. Also! Alexx announces his Patreon! Go, give hi ...…
 
In this episode, Alexx realized that there were missing episodes of the Alexxcast…. so he bravely steals from his other show to discuss Eyes Wide Shut with returning guest Erik Arneson @arnemancy Also! Alexx announces his Patreon! patreon.com/alexxbollen Find Erik’s podcast “My Alchemical Bromance” wherever you download your podcasts or https:/ ...…
 
Last show of 2018! And it’s terrible! I basically beg for reviews; whine about how lonely I am; then read some weird thing I found in my writing folder. But, hey, content is content, right? Right! Ok, Happy Everything and see you next year! The post Episode 300J – Listener questions, begging for reviews, and a silly story appeared first on The ...…
 
This bonus episode comes from content that was meant for a special chapter in the book we called “10 Original Podcasters”. These are people who started podcasting around 2004 and 2005 and are still going today either with their original show or another they still host. Some have grown to celebrity status with audiences in the six and seven digi ...…
 
Hey guys, I realized that I never equalized my podcast appearances vs. my podcast hosting, and therefore haven’t actually made 300 real episodes (It makes sense, trust me). To remedy this, Roejen from Project Archivist joins us to discuss all sorts of esoteric and Fortean goodness. With a very special guest appearance from Stephanie Quick. Topi ...…
 
Episode 193 features Hannah Dunn, who hails from San Antonio, Texas. Hannah works as a Senior Lead Supervisor at Marriott Reservations Center, which is a call center. It is so inspiring to chat with someone who stutters who intentionally works at a call center answering phones all day and likes it and is good at […]…
 
Part 2! Part 2 can be found on all podcatchers or on Erik’s site My Alchemical Bromance. The post Episode 300H_1 – Summoning a cartoon demon w/ Erik Arneson Pt. 2 appeared first on The Alexxcast.
 
Episode 192 features 19 year old Grace McMahon who hails from Long Island, New York. Grace attends SUNY Geneseo in beautiful western New York. She is a sophomore studying psychology with the hopes of one day being a therapist or counselor. I loved having Grace on today’s episode. I met her at my first FRIENDS […]…
 
Hey guys, it turns out that I never tried to summon a cartoon demon before… so how could I possibly say that I’ve done 300 full episodes without the ubiquitous “summoning a cartoon demon episode” all podcasts are known for? So, Erik Arneson rejoins the show in an attempt to summon Hunson Abadeer. Enjoy! Part 2 can be found on all podcatchers or ...…
 
Hey guys, I realized that four years ago I had some pretty bad audio issues, so I had to record a new show to make up for it, thus getting me to 300 actual episodes. In light of this, I invited Revel Rosz to the studio to discuss all things magickal…. and we did just that. Enjoy! Revel’s Links: pragmagick.com dakotaslim.net patreon.com/wethehal ...…
 
Episode 191 features Mara Ormond, who hails from eastern Maryland, where she, her husband and 5 year old daughter Lula have been for about a year. Mara has moved around a lot, but identifies DC as “where she’s from.” Mara is a leadership coach, helping people with workplace and life issues. She’s also an avid swimmer. […]…
 
This is the final episode of our planned 3rd season program. Thank you for listening. Thank you for buying the book. Thank you for all the support. What do you think? Share your thoughts with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or drop us a voicemail at 703-791-1701. We’d love to hear from you! Stay subscribed to get any extra stories, news, or ...…
 
Alexx forgot that he used a guest appearance on another podcast instead of original content, so he had to do this make-up show to finally get to 300 real episodes. Topics include microdosing, Asgardia, and some other stuff that I’m sure will titillate and amuse. Enjoy! The post Episode 300F – Microdosing and Asgardian citizenship appeared first ...…
 
Episode 190 features Saundra Smith, who is originally from Chicago, Illinois but currently lives and works in the suburb of Joliet, IL. Saundra is a wife and mother and an elementary school principal. Saundra had teachers who told her when she was 5 years old that she was amazing and wonderful and could do anything […]…
 
Tee and Chuck talk about doing video. They share their experiences about lighting, camera angles, background, consistency, scripting, editing, their processes, some short cuts, and more. What do you think? Share your thoughts with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or drop us a voicemail at 703-791-1701. We’d love to hear from you!…
 
Alexx realized that his last music episode had very little talking in it, and therefore doesn’t count as a real episode… so, to continue his quest to make 300 real episodes of the show, Stephanie Quick came on for a rousing discussion of the esoteric. Enjoy! The post Episode 300E – An exploration of the esoteric with Stephanie Quick appeared fi ...…
 
Podcasting is a social network. It’s one of the things that makes podcasting so great. Tee and Chuck share their thoughts about taking your virtual podcast network to IRL (in real life) or “meat space” meet ups. What do you think? Share your thoughts with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or drop us a voicemail at 703-791-1701. We’d love to h ...…
 
Alexx realized that he did a best-of a few years back, so he’s doing a make-up show to make sure that there are actually 300 episodes. Tonight, author Jennifer L. Place joins the show to discuss her book, Building 51. Enjoy! The post Episode 300D – Building 51 W/ Jennifer L. Place appeared first on The Alexxcast.…
 
Episode 188 features Sarah Albannay, who hails from Kuwait, but is presently living in Pocatello, Idaho while attending college. Sarah has been in the USA for four years now, and is studying Political Science. She says she’ll know what to do with her degree when she’s done. We had a really interesting conversation. Sarah finds […]…
 
Tee and Chuck talk about some of the challenges and unique opportunities of going from creating a podcast to creating a live stream. What manner of blasphemy is this! Isn’t this supposed to be about podcasting? You might be surprised to learn what it takes to extend your content to a new channel. What do you think? Share your thoughts with us o ...…
 
Alexx realized that he did a best of show a couple years ago and therefore didn’t actually get to 300 episodes. So, he invited Erik Arneson @arnemancy back on to make up for the missing show. Topics include: Rosicrucians, Freemasonry, and lots more. Find Erik’s podcast “My Alchemical Bromance” wherever you download your podcasts or https://myal ...…
 
Episode 187 features return guest Christine Simpson, from the British Stammering Association. Christine lives in London in the UK and last year retired from a long career in library services. After retirement, she was looking for a project and found herself on the organizing committee of this year’s BSA conference, coming up in several weeks. […]…
 
Episode 186 features Maddy Bognar, who hails from Woodstock, New York. Maddy is an occupational therapy student and also a member of a band called the Turn-Ups. She has recently taken a leap to commit to booking two performance shows featuring Kirtan, which is a call and response chant style originating from the Bhakti Yoga tradition […]…
 
Music can really enhance your podcast. It can set a brand, help the listener transition from one segment to another, and more. This episode can help you learn to do it right. Everything from where to get music (legally), to how to mix it with voice, and more. What do you think? Share your thoughts with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or dro ...…
 
Episode 185 features Natalie Park who hails from Loughborough, East Midlands, England in the UK. Natalie is a certified vocational assessor and tutor, currently taking courses in counseling and psychotherapy so she can one day help people who stammer. We start off the conversation talking about job hunting. Natalie actually loves job interviews ...…
 
Alexx realized that he used some of his other shows as episodes of the Alexxcast, so he had to do another episode to get to actual 300. Topics include: Antiquated terms; an idea for an RPG in reverse; reminiscences of summer; and inexplicably a beat poem. Enjoy! The post Episode 300B – Reverse RPGs, summer stuff, and a random poem appeared firs ...…
 
Episode 184 features Madeline Wahl, who presently lives in New York City. She moved to NY from Florida five years ago to take a job with the Huff Post. She currently works as an opinion editor with the Huff, has always loved writing and writes a lot in her spare time. Madeline also greatly enjoys […]…
 
Episode 183 features Emily Anderson, who hails from Anchorage, Alaska. Emily is 27 years old and just recently started the first ever NSA Family Chapter in Alaska. Emily works as an environmental technician doing water sampling and monitors contaminated water sites. She also does outreach with native Alaskan tribes. Emily also has a second job […]…
 
Listener/Reader Jake writes in and asks about remote rigs for doing interviews. Tee and Chuck offer a few different suggestions to make remote recording easy and stay on budget. What do you think? Share your thoughts with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or drop us a voicemail at 703-791-1701. We’d love to hear from you!…
 
Episode 182 features Dana Koprowski, who hails from just outside of Chicago, Illinois. Dana has a background in early childhood education and presently works as a nanny for a family and their two children. We talk about career choices, interacting with fluent people about stuttering and how for a long time, Dana didn’t really care […]…
 
Tee and Chuck discuss podcast analytics. Should you care? Where should you look? Start understanding what the data REALLY means and what can happen if you don’t understand it. What do you think? Share your thoughts with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or drop us a voicemail at 703-791-1701. We’d love to hear from you!…
 
Alexx realized that he actually didn’t get to 300 “real” episodes so he invited Lillian on to make up for the difference. In this episode Alexx and Lillian vent about how awful things are and pretty much blame the Trumpy-Right. So, you know, if you swing that direction maybe skip this one…. definitely skip this one… and most others now that I t ...…
 
Episode 181 features 21-year-old Mikaela, who hails from San Diego, California, after having moved there on a whim six months ago from Vermont. Mikaela works in a float position with the County of San Diego, which means every 3 months she gets reassigned and gets to manage being open with new people about stuttering. Mikaela’s […]…
 
Tee and Chuck talk about some of the handy hardware and software accessories that can make your podcast sound great and frankly, more fun to produce. They also cover the costs, time, and other caveats involved with adding more weapons to your podcast arsenal. Items mentioned in this episode: Pop filters and windscreens Headphone amps Mic booms ...…
 
Episode 180 features Petra Ammerlaan who hails from Dreischor, The Netherlands. Petra has been a nurse caring for the elderly for 28 years. She is married to a very supportive husband who never cared that she stutters. Petra got into nursing because she always liked taking care of people. She works mostly with people at […]…
 
Episode 179 features Taylor Owens who hails from Minneapolis, Minnesota. Taylor is a real estate agent and home stager, and she and her husband are expecting their first child in October. Taylor is also actively involved in the NSA, both locally and nationally. Listen in as we talk about Taylor being covert and how restrictive […]…
 
Episode 178 features return guest Annie Bradberry, who hails from Corona, California. Annie is the Executive Director of a non-profit, former Executive Director of the National Stuttering Association and current Chair of the International Stuttering Association. She is married almost 30 years to husband Bob and is loving her newest role as gran ...…
 
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