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Best Annie Jennings podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Annie Jennings podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
 
Welcome to the Annie Jennings PR EliteWire online magazine podcast series, a community of specialized publicity, branding, marketing and media professionals as well as lifestyle experts that share principles of success. Our experts share their valuable insight, knowledge and experience to help you achieve your optimal potential. We encourage listeners to share this podcast throughout their social communities to help others discover the insider strategy that can make a difference to their suc ...
 
Annie Jennings PR Poker Pro Podcast Series. This Series Features Interviews with Poker Pro's, Poker Authors, and Everything About Poker. These Podcasts are Designed To Give You the Edge to Win Everything From The World Poker Tour in Las Vegas To Your Online Poker Sites. New Podcasts will be added once a week. for more info check out www.AnnieJenningsPRPokerCast.com
 
Join Mr. Modernism George Smart and crew as they talk and laugh with people who enjoy, own, create, dream about, preserve, love, and hate Modernist architecture, the most exciting and controversial buildings in the world. USModernist Radio is backed by the nonprofit educational archive USModernist, the largest open digital archive for Modernist residential architecture in America. www.usmodernist.org
 
Ever wonder how to break into the business of Broadway? From how to get an agent to how to navigate open calls, we cover it all. This podcast is an insider’s roadmap to making it on Broadway. Kerry Butler is a Tony nominated actress who made her Broadway debut in 1993 in Blood Brothers, before starring in shows such as Beauty and the Beast, Le Mis, Hairspray, Little Shop, Xanadu, Rock of Ages, Catch Me If You Can, Disaster!, and Mean Girls. She has numerous on screen credits such as 30 Rock, ...
 
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Our July Ladies Knight features 18-year-old IM Annie Wang, who captivated the chess world in 2018, when she nearly won the US Women’s Championship at just 15. Since that feat, Annie has continued to raise her playing level. In 2019, Annie won the Pan-American World Junior to earn her IM title and her first GM norm. A recent high school graduate, An…
 
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X are frequently seen as opposing forces in the struggle for civil rights, but Black Power scholar Dr. Peniel Joseph says the truth is more nuanced. His new book, 'The Sword and the Shield,' braids together the lives of the two civil rights revolutionaries. Also, film critic Justin Chang reviews the documentar…
 
Veteran Republican strategist Stuart Stevens says the party's support for Trump reflects the abandonment of principles it long claimed to embrace, such as fiscal restraint, personal responsibility and family values. Stevens has helped get scores of Republicans elected, including George W. Bush and Bob Dole. His new book about how Trumpism has hijac…
 
On today's show, Susan Meyer joins us from the Arabian Jockey Club to talk about Arabian racing. Adult ammie, Elise Morehouse Hittinger, joins us to talk about how she went from adopting an RRP graduate to signing up to compete herself, and how she is using her story to encourage others to chase their goals. Leandra Cooper from New Vocations brings…
 
You all remember the 1994 movie Speed, the huge hit with Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock? Ten years later, with the public clamoring for more Keanu and Sandra, they shot another movie but got completely upstaged by a co-star built of glass and steel. The Lake House was a romantic fantasy film about a magic time-traveling mailbox for a particularly …
 
In 'Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents', Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Isabel Wilkerson examines the laws and practices that created a bipolar caste system in the U.S. — and how the Nazis borrowed from it. Book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews two new novels: 'The Aunt Who Wouldn't Die,' and 'Blacktop Wasteland.' Since 2004, more than 2,000 A…
 
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Negro Leagues and today we remember one of baseball's greatest pitchers, Satchel Paige. We hear from Larry Tye, author of 'Satchel: The Life and Times of An American Legend.' Paige began his career pitching in the Negro leagues and later became a Major League star. In the 1930s, he made h…
 
Pete Hamill, who died Aug. 5, was a columnist and editor at the 'New York Post' and the 'New York Daily News,' covering wars, crime and the people of NYC's boroughs. He helped convince his friend Robert Kennedy to run for president, and on the night RFK was shot, helped tackle the assassin. Hamill spoke with 'Fresh Air' about RFK's assassination, g…
 
In Jeffrey ​Toobin's new book, ​'True Crimes and Misdemeanors,​'​​ the CNN legal analyst ​examines how​ President​ Trump and his team out-maneuvered special counsel Robert Mueller. Mueller, he says, gave Trump "a free pass" on obstruction of justice.​ ​We'll also talk about the impeachment trial and the Supreme Court.…
 
0:19 Ethan Suplee intro 1:34 Dealing with comments on social media 5:10 How Ethan got into acting 7:40 Ethan's diet history 12:22 Ethan's weirdest diets 14:43 The moment Ethan decided to change 17:42 Believing food is the problem 24:08 Identity and diet 26:01 When Ethan discovered counting macros 28:08 Ethan's obsession with building traps 29:44 Wh…
 
Most Americans have not been to Australia, although a surprising number of Australians have traveled to America. From Sydney to Melbourne to their stunning capital of Canberra, Australian Modernism is just as popular there as in the US. Today hosts George Smart and Tom Guild talk with four Aussies among the 50 or so that came to Palm Springs last F…
 
Steve Backshall is an explorer, naturalist and broadcaster. His BAFTA-winning programmes bring viewers of every generation closer to nature – from the children's series Deadly 60, featuring close encounters with the most dangerous and venomous creatures on earth, to Blue Planet Live and Springwatch.His interest in the natural world began at a young…
 
When Natasha Trethewey was 19, her abusive stepfather killed her mother. In the 35 years since, she says, "I wanted to forge a new life for myself that didn't include that past, but, of course, that was impossible." Her new memoir is 'Memorial Drive.' Trethewey was the U.S. Poet Laureate in 2012 and 2013. Kevin Whitehead reviews a newly unearthed r…
 
We remember TV personality Regis Philbin, who died on July 24 at 88. He spoke with contributor David Bianculli in 2011 when his memoir, 'How I Got This Way,' came out. Also, we remember jazz singer Annie Ross, who died at 89. She sang in the trio Lambert, Hendricks & Ross and was best-known for the song "Twisted." Ross spoke with Terry Gross in 199…
 
Robert P. Jones, author of the new book 'White Too Long,' talks about the history of white supremacy in American Christianity. His main focus is on the Southern Baptist Convention, the denomination in which he grew up. "There's so much work still to be done," he says. "White Christians have been largely silent ... and have hardly begun these conver…
 
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