Best chris newkirk podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Binnall of America
Monthly
 
An outlet for live programming from the BoA franchise.
 
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Bizarre States
Weekly
 
Join Jessica Chobot and Andrew Bowser as they lift the veil and showcase the hauntings, urban myths, unsolved murders and general oddities that everyone has experienced but no one wants to talk about.
 
Ana Marie Cox, political columnist and culture critic, sits down with liberals and conservatives, pastors, writers, activists, and other people you should know for an open, funny, in-depth conversation about what divides us - a show about listening instead of arguing.
 
A weekly half-hour program featuring interviews with significant men and women from a variety of fields: officeholders and activists, economists, labor leaders, writers and artists.
 
#DaRundown South Podcast is where the 3 trains of sports, entertainment, and culture are on track and meet in Terminus. Straight from Atlanta, GA, CL was imported, like most things in Atlanta, from Saginaw, MI and is part of a generation that’s too old for SnapChat but young enough to rock snapbacks. Nothing is left untouched. Whether it’s the Falcons struggle to be tough, your favorite rapper trippin’, race in America, or entrepreneurship. we will go where we are needed. Come for entertainm ...
 
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Animal Voices
Weekly
 
on Vancouver Co-op Radio, CFRO, 100.5FM
 
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Rune Soup
Weekly
 
A weekly podcast about magic, culture and the paranormal. Coming to you from the foothills of Australia's Blue Mountains.
 
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An interview with Toronto animal activist Jenny McQueen on her experience of exposing blatant animal cruelty in a pig farm in Ontario, and then being raided by the police. Plus, a discussion on fur activism.
 
CW: Gore, Violence This week Dr. Carol Anderson (@ProfCAnderson) joined host Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) to talk about current events in the context of her new book, One Person, No Vote. They covered an intensive history of voting rights and the violence in those battles. Dr. Carol Anderson clarified the lie that is the American dream, and tal ...…
 
For the final episode of the year, please enjoy this bumper edition forecast for the first half of 2019 with Austin Coppock. After we debrief on 2018 and talk about what's coming up, Austin and I also spend some time exploring some of the topic areas we touched on at 'So Below'. And then we take some questions from people who watched the live r ...…
 
Hosts Jessica Chobot and Andrew Bowser probe the mysteries of the weird, supernatural and occult, dragging into the light current and historical paranormal activities and personal experiences, plus guest stories and expert opinion.
 
In this episode, Joe Woodard and I conduct an After Action Review on Scaling New Heights 2018. The conference was held in June 2018. This episode was recorded a couple of weeks later. Joe is very forthright about what went well, what did not, and what he learned for next time. About Joe Woodard Joe […] The post An Authentic After Action Review ...…
 
Bob is joined by David Margolick, author of “THE PROMISE AND THE DREAM: The Untold Story of Martin Luther King, Jr., and Robert F. Kennedy,” who delves into the complicated relationship between the celebrated civil rights leaders.
 
A feature interview on vegan intersectionality with Amy Quichiz of Veggie Mijas, plus an interview with Utah-based animal activist Amy Meyer, the first person ever prosecuted under an Ag-Gag law in the U.S., and one of the rescuers of 100 turkeys from a factory farm last weekend. Also, we discuss last week's anti-fur march in Vancouver with loc ...…
 
CW: Addiction, Eating Disorders, and Suicide. If you are struggling with any of these issues, please click the link in the content warning. You are loved and there is help available. This week Kiese Laymon (@KieseLaymon) joined Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox ) to have a meaningful and intimate conversation about his new book, Heavy: An American Me ...…
 
Hosts Jessica Chobot and Andrew Bowser probe the mysteries of the weird, supernatural and occult, dragging into the light current and historical paranormal activities and personal experiences, plus guest stories and expert opinion.
 
In this episode, Carrie Mulrooney and I discuss her transition from hourly billing to value pricing. She met Ron Baker at an accounting conference in 2015, and shortly thereafter, joined his Black Swan program. Within a year, she had converted most of her bookkeeping practice to value pricing. About Carrie Mulrooney Carrie Mulrooney is the […] ...…
 
What else would the November solo show be about but So Below -the astrological magic event Austin and I hosted in Melbourne last weekend? There's also a good deal of talk on the hows and the wheres of magic and astrology's general overlap, as well as why one might want to look at it from a specifically chaos magic perspective. Show Notes Images ...…
 
Binnall of America continues our celebration of the holiday season with the first-ever pure BoA Christmas Party featuring three of the sharpest observers of the paranormal, Jack Brewer, Adam Gorightly, and Aaron Gulyas, plus Binnall for a conversation on the current state of affairs, both from a micro and maco level, in the world of the esoteri ...…
 
CW: Sexual Assault. If you are struggling with sexual assault, there is help available. Please contact the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-4673 This week Diana Butler Bass (@dianabutlerbass) joined host Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) to talk about gratefulness, and the contradictions that ensue. They asked what it means to celebrate ...…
 
A feature interview with Elisabeth Normandy of the Animals in Science Policy Institute on bringing non-animal teaching methods to the classroom. Plus, an interview with ethologist Jonathan Balcombe on the sentience of fishes.
 
Jessica and Bowser are joined by Greg Newkirk and Dana Matthews of Weird HQ! Greg and Dana were kind enough to bring some artifacts from The Traveling Museum of The Paranormal and The Occult! Originally aired 3/16/2017
 
This week we speak with science writer and cultural anthropologist, Dr Eric Wargo. Eric is the man behind the nightshirt.com and the author of the recently released book, Time Loops. We talk retrocausation, precognition, and whether our capacity to ‘feel the future’ extends beyond the human world, what that might say about the structure of the ...…
 
The holiday tradition like no other returns for our 8th installment as Binnall of America proudly presents Ruxgiving 2018 featuring the incomparable Bruce Rux. We'll update you on what Binnall's been doing since the Season X finale, take questions for Bruce from listeners, talk about various shows that have captured his attention in the last ye ...…
 
The gains by Democratic candidates in the 2018 midterms were deep and far-reaching in their implications. Bob breaks down how the results will impact our state and nation, with guest Christine Quinn, former speaker of the New York City Council.
 
A feature interview with dietitian Desiree Neilsen, RD on Plant-Based Nutrition. Plus, a discussion about vegan body shaming, and a short interview with Jordan Reichert, from the Animal Protection Party of Canada, on voting in the BC referendum.
 
This week Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) sat down with Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) to talk about the 2018 Midterms. They began with a broader analysis of the Blue Wave that narrowed down into a discussion about Florida, Georgia, and voter suppression. They moved onto what they struggled with in the election, and what will happen next in terms of ...…
 
Andrew Bowser is joined by filmmaker and author Mallory O'Meara of the Reading Glasses Podcast! They talk cat mummies, the state of modern horror, and Mallory's upcoming book 'The Lady from the Black Lagoon: Hollywood Monsters and the Lost Legacy of Milicent Patrick.'"
 
This week we return to one of our most popular topics of conversation... Tarot! Joining us to do so is author, professional card reader, podcaster and tarot teacher, T. Susan Chang. We cover fortune telling, journeying with tarot, using playing cards, how to get to know new decks and bravely attempt to work out quite where it is 'meaning' comes ...…
 
Featuring an interview with Matt Noble of the Toronto Vegetarian Food Bank, plus short features on Francesca Chaney (founder and owner of Sol Sips in Brooklyn), and Brenda Sanders (food justice activist and co-founder of Baltimore's The Greener Kitchen).
 
This week Rebecca Traister (@rtraister) joined host Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) to recap the 2018 midterm elections, and the work that led up to them. They began with a conversation on the demographic of White women and their voting patterns. They went into the history of why White women continually vote conservative, and the changes that were ...…
 
Hosts Jessica Chobot and Andrew Bowser probe the mysteries of the weird, supernatural and occult, dragging into the light current and historical paranormal activities and personal experiences, plus guest stories and expert opinion.
 
This week, we welcome Mitch Horowitz back to the show to talk about his latest -and frankly fantastic- book, The Miracle Club. Mitch and I chat about the origins of New Thought, its shortcomings and areas of much-needed improvement, as well as some of the contemporary scientific data that suggests there really is something fundamentally true an ...…
 
Binnall and Vaeni reunite for another Good Parade Election Night Special. We'll talk about the pros & cons of early voting, awful millennials who are afraid to vote, weird ballot questions from various states, and, of course, ongoing updates as the polls close from Giles the chimp.
 
David Margolick, author of the book “Elizabeth and Hazel,” traces the lives of two women featured in an iconic 1957 photograph, taken during the desegregation of Little Rock Central High School. He tells Bob the story of their unlikely friendship.
 
This week Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) talked with journalist Eli Saslow (@elisaslow) and Derek Black (@RDerekBlack) about Derek Black’s transformation from a white nationalist to an antiracist activist. They began with current news and what Trump means for the rise of white nationalism into everyday life. Derek then talked about his background ...…
 
In October's solo show, we discuss the eruption of the witch into so-called 'popular culture', with a particular emphasis on the reboot of Charmed, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and American Horror Story: Apocalypse. And, for once, there aren't spoilers! Show Notes The Witchy Beauty Trend's Ancient, Sexist Roots.…
 
Jessica Chobot and Andrew Bowser probe the mysteries of the weird, supernatural and occult, dragging into the light, current and historical paranormal activities and personal experiences, plus guest stories and expert opinion.
 
For World Vegan Day, we feature an interview with a person who exemplifies the vegan message and lifestyle: world record-breaking endurance runner and animal rescuer Fiona Oakes. See her in director Keegan Kuhn's new film "Running for Good".
 
On this week’s two part episode, Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) interviews Karamo Brown (@KaramoBrown) and Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy). Karamo and Ana talked about his work on Queer Eye, mental health, and what it means to be different in today’s society. Parker and Ana began with a conversation on the recent memo about legal status of Trans pe ...…
 
Hosts Jessica Chobot and Andrew Bowser probe the mysteries of the weird, supernatural and occult, dragging into the light current and historical paranormal activities and personal experiences, plus guest stories and expert opinion.
 
It is once again time for our annual catch up with Alkistis and Peter of Scarlet Imprint! I always look forward to these discussions as -for one- I learn so much and -for two- it gives me those warm, 'find the others' feels. This week's episode has all of that in spades. We talk angels, landscape, tarot, books and, inevitably, witchcraft and th ...…
 
What does it mean to be a liberal, and how has the meaning of the word evolved over time? Bob asks CUNY Grad Center Professor of History Helena Rosenblatt, author of THE LOST HISTORY OF LIBERALISM: From Ancient Rome to the Twenty-First Century.
 
Activist Seeks Rehabilitation Over Animal Exploitation for Canadian Prisoners.
 
This week Heather Havrilesky (@hhavrilesky) joined Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox ) to talk about her new book, her career, and politics. They began by discussing what 2016 meant personally and politically, and transitioned into a conversation about how feminism has changed in the era of Trump and the MeToo Movement. They ended by talking about th ...…
 
This week on the podcast Keith Nelson Jr. to rundown the rush of new music. Headlining this episode are two R&B projects headed by Hip-Hop producers. Ella Mai self-titled debut features DJ Mustard and Usher and Zaytoven join together to make "A" (10:30) We contrast the expectations versus the reality of what both projects could be. We also revi ...…
 
This week, we welcome to the show physicist, light therapist, researcher and author of Light Therapies: A Complete Guide to the Healing Power of Light, Anadi Martel. Now, if you’ve read Pieces of Eight, or if you’ve seen some of the premium member bonus material, you’ll know I’ve long been fascinated by what we stupidly still call ‘alternative ...…
 
Jessica Chobot and Andrew Bowser speak with Dr. Vere Chappell, a ceremonial magick practitioner.
 
Jessica Fyffe and Asha Wheeldon join us in the studio to talk about their Vancouver-based Afro-vegan food business, Kula Foods.
 
This week Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) sat down with Disability Rights Activist Alice Wong (@SFdirewolf) to talk about what ableism looks like today and responses from the disabled activist community. They began with a discussion on language and how being disabled is perceived. They moved onto how the modern political landscape affects people w ...…
 
Jessica Chobot and producer Stephen Czerwinski cover a vineyard theft, a new poo themed Play-doh, and more!
 
This week we speak with artist, teacher and maker, Daniel Mack. Daniel is also the chairman of the Seligmann Center Committee in upstate New York and joins us to talk about the life and work of the surrealist painter, Kurt Seligmann -in particular his book, The Mirror of Magic, first published in the late forties. In this wide ranging discussio ...…
 
Carol Anderson, professor and chair of African-American studies at Emory University, talks with Bob about her new book “ONE PERSON, NO VOTE: How Voter Suppression is Destroying Our Democracy.”
 
Whitley Strieber and Steve Neill, world-renowned UFO researchers, join hosts Jessica Chobot and Andrew Bowser to share their documented close encounters of the Third Kind.
 
Our Southern Resident Orcas are in trouble and we can help...but we need to change the way we live and act fast. Learn about becoming an advocate for the animals.
 
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