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My podcast is about our journey towards spirituality and the experiences of our lives. Spirituality changes our attitude and observation towards life. Only through Spirituality, we can understand the real aim of our life and the right way to live in the world. My podcast is just the way to express my feelings of my ongoing Spiritual journey.In this podcast,I also broadcast latest bhajans,poems for the particular occasions and festivals.
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Doctors Living Deliberately
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Doctors Living Deliberately

Dr. Michael Hersh and Dr. Arpita Gupta DePalma

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In this podcast, we feature the experiences of physicians who have transformed their lives by choosing to live with intention, presence, and joy. Listeners will hear from both physicians and their loved ones as they share their journeys and the valuable lessons they've learned. Through these stories, we aim to inspire and motivate each other to become doctors living deliberately.
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If you're like Matt Gourley (Superego, Drunk History, Conan O'Brien Needs A Friend), then you know all the classic movie and television scenes so well it's like you were in the room when they happened. Well, you weren't. And neither was he. But the people Matt interviews were! Listen in as they tell the inside stories of how cinema and television history was made from a fly-on-the-wall perspective you've never heard. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Allinfoodz
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Allinfoodz

Food Decisions Research Laboratory

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Allinfoodz covers a variety of food, and foodservice-related topics that aim to answer core questions regarding our food decisions: How, and why we eat food? The process of creating, serving, and eating food can be a personal or social event. Most people think about food frequently during any given day. Furthermore, there are often underlying reasons that might drive how we make our food choices and decisions, whether we are consuming, or offering food to others. Allinfoodz provides a space ...
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The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo is the newest artistic collaboration from legendary singer-songwriters Aimee Mann and Ted Leo. Every other week, Aimee and Ted talk to friends across the creative spectrum to find out how they work. And sure, they're friends with a lot of musicians, but weirdly not as many as you'd expect. So you'll hear from comedians, directors, novelists, show creators - ok, yes, some musicians - writers, producers and more, as they discuss the process of tur ...
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This podcast will aim to cover technology in travel. We'll interview various social media influencers, prominent speakers and our customers to see how they are using tech in todays world. Specifically, we will aim to get guests who are known for traveling. Please give us your feedback or if you have any suggestions, we are completely transparent as to the way we conduct our business online and we'll aim to bring that same vibe across on these podcasts. Email us over at info@ayegear.com for a ...
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The Firkin Podcast takes a fun approach to exploring bourbons, spirits, wines, cocktails, and beers. Our episodes feature guests from a variety of sources, including chefs, distillers, bartenders, entrepreneurs, coaches, musicians, and more. We aim for the intersection of good drinks and great company to uncover entertaining stories from all walks of life. Every drink tells a story, and we're here to share those stories with you. Join us on the best firkin podcast ever and let's raise a glas ...
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The only music podcast that isn't afraid to ask the really tough question: Is It Worse Than 311? Each episode we examine the careers of any given artist and take the piss out of the life works of people who are far, far more successful than ourselves (mostly). Through our cynical analysis we hope to help listeners discover the albums that they'll love to add to their collection and those that you only listen to out of morbid curiosity. But most importantly we are looking for some truths that ...
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Don’t Be Alone with Jay Kogen is a comedy/advice podcast trying to fight the isolation of modern life. Each episode, Award winning TV writer/comedian/philosopher Jay Kogen has a conversation with a friend about how to solve the problems on Jay’s mind. These friends happen to be famous comics, musicians, actors, artists, writers, and sometimes even his family. It’s an entertaining, fun, and thoughtful show meant to bond us through humor, experience, and empathy. From Straw Hut Media
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Global Media & Communication podcast series is part of the multimodal project powered by the Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication (CARGC) at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. At CARGC, we produce and promote critical, interdisciplinary, and multimodal research on global media and communication. We aim to bridge academic scholarship and public life, bringing the very best scholarship to bear on enduring global questions and pressing cont ...
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One Sweet Dream provides a fresh take on the music, people, and narrative of the Beatles. This is the Beatles, through a new lens. The podcast includes 5 major series: (1) The Breakup Series: Revisiting the roots and causes of the Beatles' Breakup. (2) The Aftermath Series: Revisiting the events following the Beatles' Breakup. (3) The New Lens Series: Exploring key themes through interviews and deep dives. (4) The Get Back Series: Exploring all elements of the Get Back Documentary through a ...
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Dana talks to Jay about the ego death of change. You think you’re something and then you’re not. He talks about aging, dadding, growing comfortable with being who is and being damn lucky to be that. Bio: Dana Gould began his professional comedy career at the age of seventeen with six solo stand-up comedy specials and done all talk shows from LETTER…
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Live from the Now Hear This Festival, actor, author, cat lover, and vanguard podcaster Marc Maron joins Matt to talk about his role as the Angry Promoter in the 2000 Cameron Crowe film Almost Famous. Marc tells us all about the pants his character wears, how his scene has now since established a catchprhase in the intro of his popular podcast WTF w…
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As Thanksgiving approaches, it's an excellent opportunity to explore ways to shift towards a more abundant and grateful mindset. Many of us often find ourselves trapped in a scarcity mentality, which can lead to feelings of overwhelm, frustration, and stress. So, how can we transition into an abundance mindset and remain there more consistently? Dr…
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The brilliant Kevin Pollak forgives Jay for being late, talks about poker, growing up in San Francisco, becoming Don Rickles’ buddy, the loss of Matthew Perry, inventing podcasts and only does one Shatner impression on this week’s “Don’t Be Alone with Jay Kogen.” Bio:Kevin Pollak is an world class actor, respected comedian, delightful impressionist…
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On this very special 50th episode of I Was There Too, Matt invites you all along on his journey to fulfill a lifelong dream of getting professionally squibbed. Substitute host and podcast brethren Mark McConville interviews Matt and andrew from J&M Special Effects throughout the process and fellow podcast soulmates Paul F. Tompkins and Jeremy Carte…
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The day has once again arrived where Taylor Swift releases (or rereleases) a new album and Rileigh has a perfect excuse to make her siblings listen to it. This time, it's finally time to listen to Rileigh's FAVORITE album and all the tea that comes along with it. Music: "Baby You Change Your Mind" by Nouvellas…
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In this episode we had the privilege of speaking with Dr. Bradley Block, the founder of the Physician’s Guide to Doctoring Podcast. Dr. Block, a private practice otolaryngologist, came to recognize that establishing a strong patient rapport was the key for building trust, optimizing productivity, and finding fulfillment in his medical profession. I…
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Josh talks about acting, podcasting, being proudly Jewish without being sure about being Jewish and about not being afraid to tell his friends he loves them. Bio:Joshua Malina is an American film and stage actor (and writer) known for playing Will Bailey on the The West Wing, Jeremy Goodwin on Sports Night, US Attorney General David Rosen on Scanda…
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Yub nub! On the final of three very special Star Wars trilogy episodes of I Was There Too, Matt is joined by Kevin Thompson who played the Ewoks Chubbray and Paploo in the original 1983 film Return Of The Jedi. Kevin tells us how he went from being a street mime to auditioning for the movie, how they shot swinging off the speeder bike, and the true…
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In this special episode, hosted by Penn State Junior Sam Seideman, Amit Sharma is joined by two of our valued Penn State School of Hospitality Management alumni: Nicole Hansen, Senior Regional Director at the Compass Group in Washington D.C., and Ryan Spear, founder of Spear Travel Group, for a rapid Q&A. These alumni, with extensive experience in …
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On a very important bonus episode of I Was There Too, we will finally have the answer to the question asked last episode: Who physically played the body of The Emperor in the original version of The Empire Strikes Back? We know that Cio-Cio the chimp was used for the superimposed eyes of The Emperor. But did Elaine Baker or Marjorie Eaton ultimatel…
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Did you know that we have the power to influence our emotions by controlling our thoughts? Often, it seems like our emotions just emerge without our consent, leaving us feeling powerless to these feelings. But in reality, our thoughts create our feelings, which in turn drive our actions, ultimately creating our results. It's not our life circumstan…
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Comic, author, producer, Wayne Federman discusses if there’s an expiration date to being funny. Are you stuck in your generation or can you speak to a broader audience? That, plus what underwear to sport when shouting “Get off my lawn!” at passing children. Bio: Wayne Federman is a stand-up comic, actor, author, cultural historian, and producer. Wa…
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On the second of three very special Star Wars trilogy episodes of I Was There Too, Matt is joined by Clive Revill who voices The Emperor in the pre-special edition 1980 film The Empire Strikes Back. Clive tells us about how director Irvin Kershner reached out to him for the role, finding the voice for The Emperor, and his thoughts on the final phys…
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This is part two of our host's epic exploration of the Beatles' final masterpiece: "Now and Then." Diana Erickson and Halle Ryan discuss how this stunning composition, alongside its anthology companions, elegantly rewrites the closing chapter of the iconic Beatles story. This episode provides a comprehensive examination of the gorgeous masterwork "…
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It's not often that our eldest Smirl siblings can bring something to the table that Rileigh never even knew existed...but boy Sydnee certainly hit the mark there this week. Also, are gnomes scary? Are they threatening us? WHAT DO THEY WANT? Music: "Baby You Change Your Mind" by NouvellasBy Rileigh Smirl, Sydnee McElroy, Teylor Smirl
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In this episode, Diana Erickson and Halle Ryan explore the Beatles' final masterpiece: "Now and Then." They unravel the intricate narrative of its path to public release and discuss how this stunning composition, alongside its anthology companions, "Real Love" and "Free As a Bird," elegantly rewrite the closing chapter of the iconic Beatles story. …
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Work dread. You know the feeling even if you didn’t know it had a name. It is that sensation in the pit of your stomach when you realize that the start of your workday or workweek is fast approaching, and you don’t want it to come. Maybe you sit in your car for an extra 10 minutes and allow yourself to finish a podcast episode. Or perhaps you doom …
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Jay is completely enthralled with the depth of comedian/writer/actor, Pete Holmes, talks about religion, philosophy, keeping your artistic standards high, staying good while being human, the joy of seeing his daughter’s face, and making his new Netflix special not so “death-y”. Bio: Pete Holmes is one of the best standup comics around. He’s the cre…
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On the first of three very special Star Wars trilogy episodes of I Was There Too, Matt is joined by Anthony Forrest who plays the sand trooper mind-tricked by Obi-Wan Kenobi at the Mos Eisley roadblock who said 'These arent the droids were looking for,' in George Lucas 1977 film Star Wars. Anthony tells us how he was cast as the sand trooper after …
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Singer-songwriter Aimee Mann explains creativity, writing musicals, knowing how to pick a good writing partner and how Jay should weather the crumbling TV streaming world. Just become a critically acclaimed voice of a generation. Easy peasy. Bio: Aimee Mann is a Grammy- and Oscar-nominated singer-songwriter. Mann fronted the band 'Til Tuesday with …
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The funny and fabulous Julia Sweeney helps Jay fight through the fear of people, work, life, aging and the crippling danger of improv groups. Bio: Julia Sweeney started with a dream of being a Hollywood accountant and wound up becoming an actress, comedian, writer, and director known for her years on SNL and her amazing comedic one-person shows suc…
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Actor Steven Weber helps Jay negotiate the changes in the business. Meditation, fatherhood, and convinces him that, even though they never see each other, they are true friends. Bio: Steven Weber is an actor, comedian, dad and all around delight who has acted on Broadway, TV and films but he is most at home guessing on friend’s podcasts. From Straw…
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There is a fair amount of skepticism surrounding the effectiveness of physician coaching, so it’s exciting to share the recently published research demonstrating the efficacy of this incredible tool. Dr. Tyra Fainstad and Dr. Adrienne Mann were the principal investigators of the randomized controlled trial published in JAMA in October 2023. Both pr…
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Jazz and Bass veteran Putter Smith joins Matt this week to talk about playing the assassin Mr. Kidd in one of Matts all time favorite Bond films, Diamonds Are Forever. Well hear how he ended up getting a script for the film and doing a screen test with Paul Williams, getting to carry Sean Connery alongside fellow assassin Mr. Wint portrayed by Bruc…
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Dr. Arpita Gupta DePalma and Dr. Michael Hersh engage in a thoughtful conversation about our inherent inclination to seek approval from parents, caregivers, and/or mentors during our life. The conversation centers around the factors driving this tendency and its underlying motivations. Their discussion focuses on the significance of identifying mom…
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Is there a guest as wonderful as Lauren Lapkus? Probably not. Lauren joins Matt to talk about playing Vivian, one of the control room workers dealing with the chaos that unravels in Jurassic World. We hear about how Lauren had to get NASA clearance to shoot her scenes, what it's like to be in a mega-blockbuster, and her experience auditioning for S…
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Wrapping up our Bourbon and Beyond appearances (minus 1, which we're going to have a rerelease), we welcome Hailey Whitters to the show. Hailey is coming off a 2023 win for Academy of Country Music New Female Artist of the Year and is currently nominated for Country Music Association Awards New Artist of the Year. She shares stories of her hometown…
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Is excessive worry robbing you of the joy of experiencing the present moment? Do you find yourself fretting over minor details, only to descend further into a cycle of unease? In the latest podcast episode, Dr. Michael Hersh and Dr. Arpita Gupta DePalma emphasize a fundamental truth – if one thing is certain, it’s that we will have uncertainty in o…
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Rick Overton walked into his audition for Beverly Hills Cop and director Martin Brest asked him about a prophylactic. Why? He's still not sure. Rick joins Matt to talk about doing martial arts with Eddie Murphy on set, preparing for his role of Bonded Warehouse Night Manager with mirror douche work, and getting to improvise in the film. Then, we he…
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Join Jay Kogen, former stand-up actor and award-winning comedy writer, as he shares his great stories from his decades in show business on his podcast, "Don't Be Alone with Jay Kogen." With a mission to fight disconnection in modern life, Jay invites funny, smart, and interesting guests to tackle life issues he's dealing with. From stand-ups to act…
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Continuing our Bourbon and Beyond live shows, this week we're joined by Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley of Vampire Diaries fame. They have created an excellent product over the last few years as founders of Brother's Bond. Join us as we taste through their lineup and enjoy a great time on the stage. Special guest Rob Dietrich joins us as we wrap up…
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Many of us live our lives without recognizing the disconnection from our bodies. The significant impact of chronic stress and trauma on the connection between the mind and gut often goes unnoticed. Dr. Cecilia Miñano, our esteemed guest, is a specialist in this field. She is both a practicing gastroenterologist and a certified trauma-informed somat…
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Accomplished actor Clancy Brown joins Matt to talk about his role as the tough as nails prison guard Captain Hadley in the 1994 Frank Darabont film The Shawshank Redemption. They chat about how Clancys difficulty saying some of his character's colorful dialogue in the audition eventually got him the gig, why he turned down offers to work with corre…
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This week we have Stephen Wilson, Jr kick off our Bourbon and Beyond live shows. Stephen hails from Seymour, Indiana, where he grew up training to be an Indiana Golden Gloves finalist. Upon moving to Nashville to study microbiology, Stephen found a special love for songwriting and performing. His debut double album, Son of Dad, released on Septembe…
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Dr. Jillian Rigert serves as a remarkable role model, exemplifying the pursuit of an authentic life. Her mission revolves around aiding individuals who have realized that their initial career path no longer aligns with their true selves. Confronting this unsettling truth can be daunting, yet avoiding action can lead to being trapped in dissatisfact…
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It's no secret that Matt is a huge James Bond fan. He hosts the James Bonding podcast along with fellow 007 fanatic Matt Mira and is very excited to dig into one of the most classic Bond films of all time, 1964's Goldfinger. Matt is joined by Linda Gidley for a discussion on what lead a young woman not even old enough to drive at the time to become…
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Graham McTavish, a renowned film, television, and voice actor, known for roles in Rambo, The Hobbit, Outlander, The Witcher, and countless other roles, joins us this week to try out his new whiskey, Warchief, from McTavish Spirits. This is a very special episode, featuring a talent for the ages. We discuss the birth of this new whiskey along with G…
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