Best Andrew Bloom Podcasts (2021)
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We need more experts sharing their knowledge. But not every domain expert is an expert teacher. In this show, I interview people who have mastered a skill to unpack HOW they learned it. Let's democratize online education by making it easier for domain experts to share their expertise and for you, the listener, to learn new skills. Join us every week for insights and practical steps for applying the world's best knowledge.
 
Movies! Music! Celebrities embarrassing themselves! KEEP IT has it all. Each week, Ira Madison III, Louis Virtel, and Aida Osman are joined by comedians, journalists, actors, musicians, activists, politicians and more to discuss the latest ways pop culture and entertainment are intersecting with politics and society. New episodes drop every Wednesday.
 
Packed with trivia, comedy and celebrity guests, Ask Me Another is like an amusement park for your brain. Host Ophira Eisenberg and musician Jonathan Coulton take brilliant contestants on a roller coaster that'll make you laugh and scream (out the answers)—and barely anyone throws up in a trash can.
 
The Empire Film Podcast is the official podcast of Empire, the world's biggest and best movie magazine. Check back each week for an assortment of irreverent, film-related chat, as well as interviews with Hollywood's best and brightest. The Empire Film Podcast is the official podcast of Empire, the world's biggest and best movie magazine. We bring you all the latest movie news and nonsense, as well as reviews of the week's new films, an assortment of irreverent, film-related chat and intervie ...
 
The Spoonie Struggle is about the raw, honest look at living life with chronic illnesses and chronic pain conditions. Spoonies of all types are welcome to join us, but we will have a heavier focus on the lesser common, lesser understood, and difficult to diagnose conditions, such as Ehlers Danlos, Marfan’s, Ankylosing spondylitis, Sjogren’s syndrome, lupus, multiple sclerosis, sickle cell anemia, and endometriosis. In this show, we will discuss our own experiences of each aspect of life with ...
 
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As we mark Refugee Week Emma talks to the veteran journalist Hella Pick who arrived in the UK as a child refugee from Austria - a Kindertransport survivor. In her 35 year career she's reported on everything from the assassination of President Kennedy to the closing stages of the Cold War. In her book " Invisible Walls A Journalist in Search of Her …
 
In this week’s episode, Trey Lockerbie sits down with NYT best-selling author and investor, Marin Katusa. Marin is a contrarian value investor who specializes in gold, uranium, rare earth, and most recently, carbon credits. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN: How we should view the recent performance of gold and silver, as inflation starts to rise How u…
 
Paloma Faith on combining motherhood with her music as well as her reaction to the OFSTED survey that sexual harassment of schoolchildren has become normalised in schools. Her new single Monster is about her relationship with her career.What's the best way to stamp out sexual harassment in the workplace? We discuss with Stella Chandler, Director of…
 
Grammy-winning artist Sara Bareilles talks about how the musical Waitress changed her life and the harrowing experience of over-dressing to sing the national anthem at a Dodgers game. Then, the self-professed Golden Girls superfan puts it all on the line in a true/false trivia game. American Ninja Warrior hosts Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila p…
 
The G7 kicks off in Cornwall today. Boris Johnson and leaders from Japan, Canada, Italy and France who make up the Group of Seven will be joined by US President Joe Biden and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel . On the agenda the biggest issues affecting our world - everything from climate change to the economic recovery post Covid. But how should…
 
There are no fewer than *five* guests on this week's show as David Schwimmer and Nick Mohammed stop by to talk about the second series of Intelligence, while Florian Zeller and Sir Anthony Hopkins put down their Oscars to tell us all about The Father (an interview during which Chris and Sir Anthony stage an impromptu Edge-off). And John Krasinski t…
 
We talk to Paloma Faith about her music, her films, being a mother of two daughters, and harassment towards women and girls. She's got a new single out called Monster which is about her relationship with her career.We hear from two nurses who tell us how the past year and a half has been for them. In the light of a report published earlier this wee…
 
Joining me this week is Paul Millerd. Paul writes a weekly newsletter about work and hacking life as a solopreneur. He teaches people about Strategy Consulting at Strategy U, his online course. He's probably best known for making friends on the internet and hosting hundreds of curiosity conversations, where you can go on his website and set up a on…
 
Women's health has long been the poor relation when it comes to medical understanding, funding and research. The government says it wants that to change - and earlier this year announced the establishment of England's first Women's Health Strategy, which will look at women's health across our lifespans. The priorities of that strategy will be shape…
 
Episode 17: Dawn Veselka's Story of Raising a Child With Mixed Connective Tissue Disease In this episode, guest Dawn Veselka discusses her experience raising a daughter with a mixed connective tissue disorder. Her mix is juvenile arthritis, scleroderma, Raynaud’s and dermatomyositis. Sadie’s triggers are exposure to viruses, sunlight, and certain f…
 
Ira, Louis, and Aida discuss celebrities asking sexual partners to sign NDAs, Bo Burnham’s new Netflix special, queer cultural recommendations for Pride, and more. Plus, JP Brammer joins to discuss his new book ¡Hola Papi!. Queer Recs Movies Beach Rats (included with Hulu) Rafiki (included with Hulu and Amazon Prime) Naz & Maalik (included with Hul…
 
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: Learn why Jack Dorsey is so bullish on Bitcoin What surprised Alex the most in his interview with Jack Jack's thoughts on other crypto tokens Alex's thoughts on the PetroDollar system El Salvador's announcement on Bitcoin being legal tender Sovereign game theory BOOKS AND RESOURCES Alex Gladstein on Twitter Alex's non…
 
Last month the US Supreme Court agreed to consider a major challenge to reproductive rights, saying it will look at the state of Mississippi’s bid to enforce a ban on almost all abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy. Two days later the Republican governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, signed into law a six-week abortion ban. Why are attempts to reduc…
 
Dominic Monaghan and Billy Boyd are two men on a mission. And that mission is to enter the murky world of podcasting with their new show, The Friendship Onion, in which the two former Hobbits, and friends of two decades' standing, chat about whatever the heck they want to. And if that just happens to be Lord Of The Rings-centric, then so be it. The…
 
In this episode of The Pulse Podcast, we interview Connor Hailey, CEO and Co-Founder of Axle Health, a software platform that enables any company to add in-home visits to their patient offering. We cover Connor's penchant for startup and entrepreneurship, Axle Health's founding story and early product journey and how they have scaled to thousands o…
 
It’s just over a year since the businesswoman and conservative peer Dido Harding was brought in to set up a test and trace system to help stop the Covid-19 pandemic. The system was going to be “world beating” and help get the UK out of lockdown according to the Prime minister but the incredible costs involved – around £37 billion – have been critic…
 
Episode 16: Let's Talk About Marfan Syndrome In this episode, we discuss all things Marfan Syndrome. Marfan Syndrome is a genetic condition that affects the connective tissues. Symptoms include long arms, legs, and fingers, tall and thin body type, curved spine, chest sticking out or in, flexible joints, flat feet, stretch marks, heart conditions, …
 
Entertaining podcast spotlighting lesser known music by lesser known artists Lucy Racquel and me https://lucy-racquel-and-me.com/ Someone anyone https://www.someoneanyone.co.uk/ NO:IR https://www.thebandnoir.com/ The NO-BODY Project http://www.no-body-project.net/ Artist of the week Inder Paul Sandhu https://ipaulsandhu.com/ You haven't heard this …
 
In today’s episode, Stig Brodersen speaks to Tobias Carlisle and Hari Ramachandra for the Mastermind Discussion of Q2 2021. Together, they discuss where they see value in the financial markets. They try and shoot holes in each other’s stock picks and help each other as much as possible. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN: Whether now is the time to inve…
 
How possible is it to actually earn a living from sport? The latest BBC Elite British Sportswomen’s Survey found that four out of five elite British sportswomen feel they are not paid enough compared to their male counterparts and more than 60% of UK’s top female athletes make less than £10,000 a year. On the other hand revenue generated by women's…
 
It's another bumper, jam-packed edition of the Empire Podcast this week, with three incredible guests all popping in for a virtual podchat. With Loki about to debut on Disney+, we were delighted to welcome that show's director, and long-time listener to the pod, Kate Herron, who tells Chris Hewitt and Helen O'Hara as much about the show as she can …
 
Comedian Sarah Silverman (Wreck-It Ralph, School of Rock) plays a game about Law & Order and shares some strong opinions about Kit-Kats. Actor Sarah Paulson (Ratched, Run, American Horror Story) talks about running from clowns, and plays an R&B music parody game celebrating the ampersand. Plus, YouTube phenoms Denzel Dion and Rickey Thompson listen…
 
Arooj Aftab is a Pakistani composer, based in Brooklyn. She joins Anita to talk about her music and influences from jazz and Qawwali to Jeff Buckley and Abidi Parveen. She explains how grief has shifted the tone of her music to ‘heavy metal harp’, and discusses her latest album, Vulture Prince, which honours and reimagines centuries-old ghazals, a …
 
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is the author of novels including 'Purple Hibiscus', 'Half of a Yellow Sun', which won the Orange Prize (now called the Women’s Prize for Fiction), and 'Americanah', which won the US National Book Critics Circle Award. Chimamanda has also delivered two landmark TED Talks: The Danger of A Single Story, and We Should All Be F…
 
Joining me this week in a special live episode is August Bradley. This was recorded a few weeks ago when I interviewed August to focus specifically on his online course, Notion Life OS. August is an expert in performance enhancements and optimization. He advises clients through complete business system overhauls. During the course of 2020, he becam…
 
You may have visited Kew Gardens and seen the incredible gallery of botanical art created by Marianne North - she is one of several female artists being featured at the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum as part of Coventry's UK City of Culture Celebrations. The exhibition, called UnNatural History, explores not only the historical role of artists in t…
 
Episode 15: Lara Bloom's, of the Ehlers Danlos Society, Story With Ehlers Danlos and Associated Syndromes In this episode, President and CEO of the Ehlers Danlos Society, Lara Bloom shares her story of living with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. She was diagnosed with EDS at age 24, but was initially misdiagnosed with Marfan’s Syndrome. It took 12 years fo…
 
Ira and Louis discuss whether cops or the kink community belong at Pride, Mare of Easttown, Cruella, the Friends reunion, Naomi Osaka withdrawing from the French Open, Ellie Kemper's past as Veiled Prophet Queen of Love and Beauty, and more. Plus, TS Madison joins to discuss how she turned internet fame into her own reality series, The TS Madison E…
 
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: When will Bitcoin's volatility potentially impact the broader global economy? The current on-chain analytics China Mining update Bitcoin derivatives and how they impacted the sell-off Proof of Work versus Proof of Stake Security tradeoffs Are institutional investors still putting Bitcoin on the balance sheet? BOOKS AN…
 
In this episode, we sat down with Sangu Delle, the Chairman and CEO of Africa Health Holdings. Africa Health Holdings is focused on building a sustainable healthcare ecosystem in Africa through its network of healthcare facilities that it owns and manages. To date, Africa Health Holdings portfolio companies have served over 510,000 patients through…
 
It's one of the most unforgettable moments in pop. Sinead O'Connor singing Nothing Compares 2 U straight into the camera. Big eyes, shaved head, minimal make up - tears rolling down her cheeks. It catapulted her to fame whether she liked it or not. Sinead joins Emma to talk about her autobiography," Rememberings" The ‘work from home’ guidelines are…
 
Entertaining podcast exploring lesser known music by lesser known artists. Special guest Andrew Entwistle of The Entwistle podcast Libsyn: https://theentwistlepodcast.libsyn.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/theentwistlepod Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3jVnWZxIpyIYmXyBwypD6w Wyn Starks https://www.wynstarks.com/ John Michie collective htt…
 
Over the last few weeks and months we have seen women make huge progress in the world of sport. It was just over a month ago that the jockey Rachael Blackmore made history by becoming the first female rider to win the Grand National in its 173 year history. Also last month Rebecca Welch became the first female referee to oversee an English Football…
 
Episode 14: Let's Talk About Sickle Cell Disease In this episode, we discuss all things Sickle Cell Disease. Sickle Cell Disease is an inherited red blood cell disorder in which there aren't enough healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen throughout the body. There are multiple types of the disease. Symptoms include pain, swelling of the hands and f…
 
In today’s episode, Trey Lockerbie sits down with Morgan Housel, who is a partner at Venture Capital and PE firm Collaborative Fund. He’s a former columnist at The Motley Fool and Wall Street Journal, and also the author of the international best-selling book, The Psychology of Money. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN: How time is the biggest factor in…
 
A former senior Army officer is calling for the military to have a “#MeToo moment” and is claiming that hundreds of female troops have been raped and sexually abused by colleagues. Lt Col Diane Allen, who served for 37 years, says the Armed Forces are being run by “a toxic group of privately-educated white senior officers” We talk to Diane Allen an…
 
Today I chat with Kathleen Cooper-Loher, a retired trauma nurse, about the medical and health benefits of a plant-based diet. Specifically, we discuss the work of Dr Michael Greger who is an advocate for plant-based. Greger brings together the scientific studies from over 50 years of intitutional research. Cooper and I discuss the lack of education…
 
Actor Andrew Rannells looks back on his time as Elder Price in the Broadway musical, The Book of Mormon. Then, he plays a game about HGTV lingo. From the Hulu series Shrill, Lolly Adefope and E.R. Fightmaster play "Dolly Parton, Dalai Lama, or Both?" Comedians Carmen Lynch and Liz Miele play a game inspired by The Great British Baking Show.…
 
The wonderful Mark Strong returns to the pod this week, telling Chris Hewitt all about why he jumped at the chance to co-star alongside Emmas Stone and Thompson in Cruella, his greenscreen experiences, and how he became the voice of the government's Covid-19 protocol advertisements during the pandemic. Either side of that, Chris is joined in the vi…
 
Some women and trans men are reporting unusual symptoms after having their Covid vaccinations – ranging from menstrual irregularities to bleeding post menopause. We talk to the reproductive immunologist Dr Viki Male from Imperial College in London to find out what’s behind these symptoms and also consider the issue of vaccine hesitancy amongst youn…
 
Karen Hadaway was one of two little girls murdered in the Babes in the Wood case. Her mother, Michelle, tells us about giving her daughetr's clothes to Martin Bashir in 1991 to get DNA tested. She still hasn't got them back. He says he can't remember the exchange. Michelle describes her feelings in light of the Dyson investigation. Should the mass …
 
Steph is a growth marketer, writer, and indie maker, who currently heads the product for the Trends newsletter. She's had a career that spanned roles in research and analysis, tech with Toptal, and now working for The Hustle in the newsletter space. She's also the author of a book called ''Doing Content Right" which she launched last year as a pass…
 
Gemma Arterton’s latest acting role is in a play called Walden. It's on in London’s West End and it's the story of estranged twin sisters: one's a botanist for Nasa and the other's a former architect for Nasa. They meet up in a remote cabin in the woods sometime in the future, when the earth’s situation is looking bleak.We take a look at some of cl…
 
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