Best sandi hunter podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Catch up with the latest Breakfast fun with Chris Evans. Hear the best stories and the biggest guests, every week. From BBC Radio 2.
 
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This podcast features Open Book and A Good Read. In Open Book Mariella Frostrup talks to authors about their work. In A Good Read Harriett Gilbert discusses favourite books.
 
Great guests from the yarn industry, wonderful conversation, and PRIZES...it doesn't get much better than this. Join MARLY BIRD, the first crochet podcaster on iTunes, as she hosts a live show every TUESDAY and THURSDAY mornings. The show is and always has been a crochet and knitting podcast since 2007. Find Show Notes, Free Patterns, Class Schedule and my Blog at www.marlybird.com
 
It’s a long island with a long history. Want to hear it? Interviews with historians, scholars, authors and anyone with a story to tell and a passion for this unique region of New York.
 
A podcast about crafting and the creative process.
 
a blog and podcast about modern creatives in the sewing industry
 
Oz Rock's loudest and proudest rock n roll podcast !
 
Worldprofit is a turnkey business platform for individuals interested in creating a successful online business or an income working from home. Worldprofit was founded by home business experts Dr. Jeffrey Lant, Sandi Hunter, and George Kosch.This podcast will provide resources, tools, and updates from Worldprofit including actionable strategies to build a successful business.I will provide every listener with a complete traffic package including 50,000 guaranteed website visitors.Turn learn m ...
 
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Donald S Murray, Lyrics and poetry, publishing in Iceland and Greenland
 
You are going to love my chat with my guest Jessie Ziegler today from Threaded Quilting Studio. Jessie is an amazing longarm quilter and talented sewists. Jessie and I chat all about the ins and outs of longarm quilting. Jessie answered all of questions about what you need to send to a longarm quilter when sending in your quilts to be quilted. ...…
 
We've interviewed people who have restored houses and inns and even old race cars but how do you go about restoring a lake? We conitnue our conversation with Evelyn Vollgraff (Lake Ronkonkoma Historical Society) and Danielle Campbell (News 12) to learn how to do just that. Turns out you need a dedicated commmunity, invested local businesses, an ...…
 
Zoe Dawn is my guest on the podcast today. I follow Zoe on instagram and really admire her work. She uses thrifted and gifted fabric to sew her handmade heirloom items for her etsy shop. Zoe and I chat about why she is conscious about her materials for her shop, how she finds time to be creative while being a busy mom and farmer's wife, and so ...…
 
Comedian Gráinne Maguire and alternative history author John Higgs talk to presenter Harriett Gilbert about books they really love. Gráinne chooses Elaine Dundy’s first novel The Dud Avocado, the delightfully funny adventures of a young woman in 1950s Paris. John picks The Patterning Instinct by Jeremy Lent, a history of the world in cultural i ...…
 
On episode 103 of the Australian Rock Show we are joined by Mick Pealing of Stars to talk in detail about the songs on ‘Boundary Rider’, the band’s first album in almost 40 years! Listen in and discover why The Australian Rock Review website named Boundary Rider as 'best Australian album of 2018' ! Music by: Stars, The Dingoes…
 
In episode 178 I am chatting with Nicohole from Wild Boho Embroidery. I always love chatting with Nichole and even had the chance to meet her in person at Quilt Market several years ago. Nichole does such an awesome job sharing her makes on Instagram, and her blog, by really mixing colors and patterns with style. We chat about how Nichole got i ...…
 
Lee Child, Southall-set thrillers, crime picks for teenagers
 
SAS thriller writer Andy McNab and spoken word artist George the Poet choose a good read
 
The waters of Lake Ronkonkoma have seen it all: Native Americans, English settlers, Broadway actresses, 20th century resort-goers and automobile racers. No one knows this better than Evelyn Vollgraff, president of the Lake Ronkonkoma Historical Society. Today we dive into the history of the lake, the many myths and legends that surround this ve ...…
 
I get emails often about suggestions for guests for the podcast and this episode was the result of one of those emails. Erin reached out to me about her new website, Maternity Sewing, she started with fellow sewist, Lisa. Erin and Lisa saw that there was a need for information on sewing patterns and pattern hacks for maternity clothes so they s ...…
 
Barbara Kingsolver, Northern Irish writing, India’s gay fiction
 
Barbara Kingsolver discusses her new novel Unsheltered with Mariella Frostrup.
 
Harriett Gilbert is joined by authors Kamila Shamsie and Jeffrey Archer
 
Harriett Gilbert is joined by authors Kamila Shamsie and Jeffrey Archer
 
Exploring literary responses to the Great War in the immediate aftermath of the Armistice. The University of Leicester's Victoria Stewart, and biographer Jean Moorcroft Wilson, discuss the ways that fiction reflected the horror of war in the decade after 1918.Novelist Richard T. Kelly considers the pitfalls of including real people in works of ...…
 
I bet there are so many listeners who have made Kelly Bowser's hour basket from her very popular tutorial. I have followed Kelly for a long time and knew this would be a fun chat. And it so was. Kelly is such a fun creative and we talked about her journey with sewing and how she landed her own sewing show! She gives some of her tips for quilt l ...…
 
The full interview with Tom Hanks discussing his love of typewriters, recording Toy Story 4, his impression of Michael Caine as well as his book of short stories - Uncommon Type.
 
Katie Derham and Matt Haig talk about their favourite books with Harriett Gilbert.
 
Dr. John Strong, professor emeritus of Southampton College, has spent a career pursuing the history of Long Island's Native Americans. His latest achievement is bringing to life the earliest days of American whaling, using what amounts to 17th century spreadsheets. He uncovers an East End in a whaling frenzy. Start-up companies (called whale de ...…
 
For more than 15 years Mick Medew fronted the Screaming Tribesmen – one of Australia’s most formidable post punk outfits. With a stack of number one hits on Australia’s alternative charts and a legion of fans in Europe, the Screaming Tribesmen left behind three classic albums and many memorable singles that continue to stand the test of time. O ...…
 
Harriett Gilbert talks favourite books with guests, comedians Sindhu Vee and Phil Wang.
 
Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah on his short story debut, Friday Black and Minette Walters
 
Actor and comedian Liz Carr and Kate Williams select a favourite read
 
We usher in the holiday season early with this deep dive into the Charles Dickens Festival in Port Jefferson. Five of the driving forces behind the Festival, including four of the actors, tell us what it's like re-enacting the Victorian Era and what Dickens means to them. Further Research Arts Council Greater Port Jefferson Northern Brookhaven ...…
 
Liane Moriarty, best-selling author of Big Little Lies, discusses her latest novel.
 
Comedian and actor Ben Miller and writer Danny Wallace choose their favourite books.
 
Colombian novelist Hector Abad joins Mariella Frostrup to discuss ideas of inheritance and escape in his new family saga The Farm. And Laura Purcell reflects on what soaring horror fiction sales can tell us about contemporary anxieties.
 
Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you click through the links and purchase. Andover Instagram #andoverfabrics #sewwiththebest Daryl’s Instagram – @fabrichick Giuseppe’s Instagram – @Giucy_Giuce See what’s new at Andover Fabrics Free Quilt Patterns fr ...…
 
Grace Dent and Sian Harries talk to Harriett Gilbert about their favourite books.
 
I love getting to chat with creatives I follow on instagram. I don't think I will ever tire of saying that. It is just so much fun to learn about the creative process of others and also how they fit being a creative into their daily lives. I was so honored to have Lesley on the podcast. We had a great chat about all things sewing and I really w ...…
 
Harriett Gilbert discusses favourite books with the writers Nikesh Shukla and Leone Ross. Nikesh's choice is Amateur; a real-life account of testing one’s masculinity in the boxing ring by Thomas Page McBee. Leone's is Cane, the largely forgotten African-American classic by Jean Toomer and Harriett's is a divisive modern classic, The God of Sma ...…
 
Kerriann Flanagan Brosky investigates ghosts and other paranormal phenomenon on Long Island. She has long been fascinated with the links between local history and ghostly sightings, weaving the two together in her books. With her partner Joe Giaquinto, she has investigated and written about Long Island's old buildings and homes and the spirits ...…
 
Gail Jones, revisiting iconic literary detectives and crime fiction of the 1930's.
 
Australian author Gail Jones discusses her new book The Death of Noah Glass
 
Lavinia Greenlaw on her new book In the City of Love's Dreams and Venezuelan literature.
 
Chris broadcasts from Paul Weller's Black Barn Studios with some special Friday guests.
 
John Boyne on his new novel, and ode to Mrs Gaskell and six of the best Sci Fi novels.
 
Chris has a superstar Friday show to kick-start the weekend.
 
For more than 40 years Deniz Tek has been at the vanguard of Australian rock n roll – from Radio Birdman, New Race, the Visitors and a prolific solo career that continues to this day – on episode 101 of The Australian Rock Show we take it to the vertical and talk to Deniz about his new solo album 'Lost For Words', the upcoming Radio Birdman tou ...…
 
Joe Mandanici describes the 1974 fire at Dowling College in Oakdale from his vantage point as a volunteer firefighter at the scene.By kretzc@dowling.edu (Chris Kretz).
 
Open Book on the majesty of trees with Richard Powers, Melissa Harrison and Jessica J Lee
 
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