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A dad in the kitchen. A mom in a business suit. Corded phones, banana clips, and enough shoulder pads to protect a football team! Whether you're a first time or repeat watcher, let's dive in to the nostalgia of the 80s and see how this groundbreaking family sitcom holds up. Starring: Tony Danza, Judith Light, Alyssa Milano, Danny Pintauro, and Katherine Helmond.
 
Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/dworkinreport/subscribe The Dworkin Report is one of the most listened to independent podcasts in the world. New releases are ranked top 200 in news & politics on iTunes in 30+ countries. The podcast has listeners in almost every country in the world. Some of Scott’s guests have included Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Alyssa Milano, Alec Baldwin, Bill Browder, Rob Reiner, Rep. Steve Cohen, Mary L. Trump, Bandy X. Lee, Cheri Jacobus, Lilly Ledbetter, Judd Le ...
 
We’re sitting down with famous women to hear all about their journeys to motherhood. PEOPLE editor Zoë Ruderman talks to celebs about everything from trying to conceive for years to surprise pregnancies, IVF to surrogacy, adoption to unexpected home births. Nothing is off limits in these emotional, candid, sometimes heartbreaking but always heartwarming interviews.
 
Sixth & I celebrates the unexpected convergence of arts, culture, and spirituality by hosting impactful, entertaining, and thought-provoking programs for the Washington, DC community and beyond. Sixth & I LIVE brings you exclusive access to the conversations on our stage with today’s leading authors, politicians, comedians, artists, journalists, actors, and thought leaders. Learn more at sixthandi.org.
 
Rachel Vindman thought she’d be a card-carrying member of the GOP forever, until President Trump called her husband a traitor. Microbiologist Jasmine Clark never dreamed of running for office, but then 2016 happened. Now she’s the first Black woman ever elected to represent her suburban district. A US Air Force Veteran turned economist, Amanda Weinstein used to listen to Focus on the Family and lecture her peers about abortion, until she couldn’t reconcile her faith with today’s GOP. In the ...
 
Arguably if not the best, one of the best emcees Los Angeles has to offer. Triune works relentlessly to maintain an exceedingly high level of respect on the streets of Southern California. Through the channels of radio drops, mp3 pools, tours, and independent label releases, Triune has earned himself a notable name in the music industry. After inking his first recording deal with Antagonist/Image Records in 2004, Triune was the lead artist for group album entitled “Live This” in 2006 that we ...
 
Lift Every Voice is dedicated to shining a light on overlooked issues of injustice and inequality and sharing inspiring stories of change. Each episode, U.S. Senator Cory Booker will talk with grassroots activists, stakeholders, and organizers who are overcoming injustices and making positive change in their communities.
 
News. Pop Culture. Politics. Weird stories. EVERYTHING that happened during the last week. Comedian Ben Gleib catches you up on it all, while making fun of basically everything. Some people tell him this podcast is the way they prefer to get the news. He thinks these people are geniuses. Sometimes he's joined by celebrity guests like comedians, actors, politicians, Four-Star Generals, and his parents. But mostly he talks to himself. If you've been in a coma for the last 7 days, this podcast ...
 
BUILD is a live interview series like no other—a chance for fans to sit inches away from some of today’s biggest names in entertainment, tech, fashion and business as they share the stories behind their projects and passions. Every conversation yields insights, inspiration and plenty of surprises as moderators and audience members ask questions. It all happens several times a week from the BUILD Studio at 692 Broadway. Attend a taping at our NYC studio or watch shows in HD video, live stream ...
 
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It seems like we live in a world where every issue divides us on the extremes, and Climate Change is no exception. It’s killing people and economies, and yet it seems like all we can do is yell at each other about it. Our guest this week is trying to change that, one conversation at a time. Dr. Katharine Hayhoe is lead scientist at The Nature Conse…
 
In Sorry Not Sorry, actor, producer, and political activist Alyssa Milano offers an unvarnished, funny, and heartbreaking collection of personal essays about her life and career, the humanitarianism that has become central to her story, and reflections that engage deeply with this moment of global upheaval. In conversation with E. J. Dionne Jr., a …
 
Andy Cohen has made a career, and a life, out of making the ordinary extraordinary. In Glitter Every Day, the “Watch What Happens Live” host and “The Real Housewives” executive producer shares 365 sayings and quotes from the icons, thought leaders, Real Housewives, and legendary celebs that fuel his fun, offering words of daily inspiration to make …
 
In 2018, Sen. Tammy Duckworth became the first senator to give birth while in office. She has become one of the most prominent voices for moms on Capitol Hill, shining a spotlight on issues like paid leave after pregnancy loss and childbirth issues facing mothers who are veterans. After losing both her legs in the Iraq War, Sen. Duckworth’s plan to…
 
On today’s episode, Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein catch up after the Thanksgiving holiday to talk about some pretty big topics: climate change, Covid, and justice. As Jasmine points out, the United States isn’t a castle surrounded by a moat and a big wall… we live in an interconnected world and how we tackle issues like vaccin…
 
We’ve got a brand-new coup plot and a brand-new plague variant – and a brand-new Gaslit Nation to examine the nexus of the crisis and the origin of the storm! We start by discussing the coup that the Kremlin is allegedly preparing against Ukraine and review Paul Manafort’s career of evil. Manafort, best known for plotting coups with Kremlin-affilia…
 
S6 E83: In this episode, meet actress Aubrey Plaza, CNN news anchor Poppy Harlow, and co-authors Carrie McCrossen and Ian McWethy. Go into the recording studio and get a peak behind-the-mic with these dynamic authors who are creating new stories for kids and young adults.The Legend of the Christmas Witch by Dan Murphy and Aubrey Plaza: https://www.…
 
S6 E82: In this episode, meet actor Max Greenfield, actress and dancer Rachel Montez Minor, and father-son co-authors Robert Samuel White II and Robert Samuel White III. Listen in as these authors share the inspiration behind their children’s books: Max Greenfield’s personal experience as a reluctant reader and as a parent, Rachel Montez Minor’s dr…
 
It’s The Who’s the Boss Podcast! Join us while we rewatch every episode of this groundbreaking 80s classic television show to get ready for the reboot starring Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano (and hopefully Judith Light and Danny Pintauro). We discuss what still works today, what doesn’t, Angela Bower’s awesomeness, Tony Micelli’s machismo, and why Mo…
 
This week is Thanksgiving and we thought it would be a good time to focus on family. So in the spirit of spending time with family, today we’re reposting our episode with the one and only Alex Vindman. Earlier this year, Alex joined his wife Rachel Vindman and co-hosts Amanda Weinstein and Jasmine Clark to chat about his book, Here Right Matters. T…
 
Ron Bloom, a sleazeball DeJoy Defender who works for the company that helped bail out Jared Kushner’s debt in a dirty deal under congressional investigation, will be replaced! Does this mean the corrupt Postmaster General who deliberately slowed down the mail will soon be fired? We also discuss the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict. Like the January 6 Capit…
 
S6 E80: In this episode, meet the CEO of Gumroad Sahil Lavingia, artist Danny Casale (aka Coolman Coffeedan), and co-authors Daniel Whiteson, a particle physicist and a professor of physics, and Jorge Cham, creator of PhD Comics. From making complex topics easier to understand and more accessible to creating entertaining stories, these authors each…
 
In Can We Talk About Israel? A Guide for the Curious, Confused, and Conflicted, New Israel Fund CEO Daniel Sokatch meets the emotional landmines of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict head-on and answers seemingly off-the-table questions with nuanced perspective and understanding. In conversation with Jodi Rudoren, the editor-in-chief of the Forward. …
 
It’s The Who’s the Boss Podcast! Join us while we rewatch every episode of this groundbreaking 80s classic television show to get ready for the reboot starring Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano (and hopefully Judith Light and Danny Pintauro). We discuss what still works today, what doesn’t, Angela Bower’s awesomeness, Tony Micelli’s machismo, and why Mo…
 
Thanksgiving is an American holiday with, at best, a complicated history. Rooted in colonization and stolen land, it is also a time when families often come together and many of us reflect on the things for which we are grateful. It is this gratitude that we’ll focus on today—not Thanksgiving the holiday, but gratitude the emotion. We asked you, ou…
 
On today’s episode, Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein talk about how they keep finding the energy and joy in activism. They discuss some of the many battles worth fighting⁠—for example, the undemocratic shenanigans happening last week in Jasmine’s own Gwinnett County or the fact that the right wing actually wants to ban books. The…
 
Welcome to month ten of post-Capitol attack America in which no elite operatives have been punished for the worst attack on the Capitol since 1812! This includes fascist felon Steve Bannon, who turned his surrender for subpoena dodging into a reality TV show starring himself. We discuss Bannon’s brazen criminality and why the lack of urgency from a…
 
S6 E81: In this episode, meet author and critic Douglas Wolk, journalist and music critic Kelefa Sanneh, and sports journalist Dana O’Neil. Meet these expert authors and listen in as they share their passion for their subjects, from Marvel comics to music to college basketball.All of the Marvels by Douglas Wolk: https://www.penguinrandomhouseaudio.…
 
From the two-time Tony Award-winner and star of “Younger” comes Hooked: How Crafting Saved My Life, funny and intimate stories about how crafting has kept Sutton Foster sane while navigating the highs and lows of family, love, and show business (and how it can help you, too). In conversation with Linda Holmes, the host of NPR’s “Pop Culture Happy H…
 
There is no doubt that our democracy remains threatened. Donald Trump and those who supported his election lies and other corruption continue to exert influence over our political system, and the rise of authoritarianism in America risks everything we hold dear. In his new book Midnight in Washington: How We Almost Lost Our Democracy and Still Coul…
 
S6 E79: In this episode, meet journalist Farah Stockman, journalist Mark Oppenheimer, and co-hosts of the This Is Ear Hustle podcast, Nigel Poor and Earlonne Woods. Listen in as these authors share insights into their writing and audiobook recording processes: Farah Stockman on the role work plays in our sense of identity and belonging, Mark Oppenh…
 
S6 E78: In this episode, meet writer and speaker Danté Stewart, educator and influencer Blair Imani, and columnist and journalist Barrett Holmes Pitner. Listen in as these authors share what inspired them to write their books: Danté Stewart on reckoning with the legacy of white supremacy and reclaiming identity on a spiritual level, Blair Imani on …
 
On today’s episode, Jasmine Clark, Amanda Weinstein and guest host Beverly Batte unpack last week’s election. We had some big disappointments in statewide races (looking at you, Virginia!) but there are so many victories to celebrate on the local level. So many progressive women won their races for school board and a big reason why is that they did…
 
Welcome to the Gaslit Nation election aftermath hellhole special! We look at two big factors in Posh Trump Glenn Youngkin’s win: 1) how the GOP’s elite criminal impunity draws white voters to backing raw power, in the hope that this power will protect them and in fear that it will not 2) how the canard of “critical race theory” was weaponized by pr…
 
In That Sounds So Good: 100 Real-Life Recipes for Every Day of the Week, James Beard Award-winning author Carla Lalli Music organizes recipes by occasions we all experience: weeknight chapters offer quick stovetop suppers, one-pot meals, and dinner salads; while weekend chapters feature lazy lunches, simmering stews, and long roasts. In conversatio…
 
In October of 2021, Alyssa Milano joined other advocates and activists in the first hearing about the Equal Rights Amendment in Congress in decades. This episode is the unedited (safe to remove some dead air during a technical difficulty at the hearing) and uninterrupted. It will sound a little different than our usual episodes as a result. We've i…
 
This is a big week! Not only was there an important election on Tuesday, but we got to talk to Alyssa Milano! We also got some disappointing news... it looks like paid leave is going to be cut from the spending bill. So on this episode, hosts Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark and Amanda Weinstein talk about turning our disappointments and frustrations …
 
There’s a lot going on, but Sarah isn't feeling well and lost her voice. We plan to cover the major news events next week, like the elections and what they can tell us, and Joe Manchin’s latest betrayal of the American people. This week, after recently speaking at Congress about the Equal Rights Amendment, and getting arrested in Washington, DC in …
 
S6 E76: In this episode, meet professor of psychiatry Daniel J. Siegel, pastor David Marvin, and creator of the PBS show Faith and Justice, Reverend Jacqui Lewis. Managing anxiety in daily life is no easy feat, but it is possible. Tune in to hear Daniel Siegel talk about his workbook for reducing anxiety and cultivating mindfulness, David Marvin on…
 
S6 E77: In this episode, meet novelist Donald Antrim, actor, producer, and activist Alyssa Milano, and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and co-founder of The Byrds, Chris Hillman. In these behind-the-mic interviews, hear Donald Antrim talk candidly about his deeply personal memoir, Alyssa Milano share how activism has impacted her life and career, and C…
 
In the view of this podcast, the National Rifle Association is one of the most evil organizations in America. Through its financial influence, it’s allowed the wholesale slaughter of 40,000 Americans a year so that its funders can keep making money. But things are not all rosy at the NRA, and we’ve asked Tim Mak, NPR’s Washington Investigative Corr…
 
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