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Are you a business owner looking to increase profitability through the growing power of ONLINE & CONTENT MARKETING? The Productive Insights Podcast — the show notes of which you can access at https://www.ProductiveInsights.com/podcast — brings you brings you top entrepreneurs and shares actionable advice that can help you take your business to the next level. Some of the previously featured guests include: Ryan Deiss, Richard Lindner, Roland Frasier, and Marcus Murphy from Digital Marketer, ...
 
A podcast that aims to help you feel there are others in the same boat as you. Roy Kim, an ordained pastor and licensed marriage and family therapist (MFT license# 82450), will interview a variety of Christians who handled difficult circumstances imperfectly, and experienced the amazing grace of God. He will also share reflections about the intersection of psychology and Christianity.
 
The Gentlemen & Gangsters the lifestyle, the brand, and the podcast. It's about life, conversation and how to be better than you were yesterday. We'll have many discussions and conversations about all things relevant and irrelevant. At times we'll be gentlemen and other times we'll be gangster. Indulge. For any questions or topic recommendations contact me at: gentlemenNgangsters@gmail.com Instagram: Lord.OB
 
If it lacks a backbone, we're interested. In this podcast, we are exploring the world of invertebrates, discovering the amazing lives they lead, and thinking carefully about our relationhips with these much-maligned creatures. With the help of experts, we are lifting stones, peering into the water and grubbing in the filth.
 
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Hos Peter Moore was joined by Paul Newman, Mark Smith andJon Batham to review The Ashes and where it all went wrong for England.Topics discussed..- England's disappointing Ashes series. - What should happen next? - Look ahead to England's white ball series in West Indies - The release of the county cricket fixtures for the season ahead.…
 
Proud to bring you this week's episode. This week, we invited a new band with some old, familiar faces. The band is Among These Ashes. The band features Richard Clark, whom you have all heard here doing his normal country thing. This time, he brings us his new METAL band featuring a monster lineup that is guaranteed to please even the most hardcore…
 
New Zealand’s wellness-horror-comedy Creamerie and Australia’s 80s newsroom drama The Newsreader couldn’t be more different, but both are examples of top-shelf locally made series.Go behind the scenes of both shows with Creamerie writer-director Roseanne Liang and co-creator and cast member Perlina Lau, and The Newsreader’s co-creator and writer Mi…
 
The former artistic director of The Australian Ballet, David McAllister, steals the spotlight to interview his partner, Noonuccal Nuugi playwright and director Wesley Enoch.Also, Yorta Yorta composer and singer Deborah Cheetham talks about the making of her opera Parrwang Lifts the Sky, based on the Wadawurrung story of the magpie who brought light…
 
Nasser Hussain, Ian Ward, Michael Atherton and Rob Key dissect England's humbling 4-0 Ashes defeat and look at ways the side can boost their Test cricket moving forward. Do England need split coaches? Does county cricket require a drastic overhaul? Should the Ashes obsession stop?By Sky Sports
 
Let’s revisit one of Stop Everything’s most popular interviews of 2021: our celebrity memoir book club with National Trinket, Shane Jenek, aka Courtney Act.Brisbane-born Shane is known around the world as drag queen Courtney Act. Courtney’s appeared on Australian Idol, RuPaul’s Drag Race, The Bi Life, Dancing with the Stars, One Plus One on ABC TV …
 
The Australian film Nitram dramatises the events leading up to the 1996 Port Arthur Massacre. In a wide ranging discussion, director Justin Kurzel and screenwriter Shaun Grant discussed what inspired them to make a film about this real life tragedy, the themes they sought to explore, and the similarities and differences to their earlier films Snowt…
 
The Booker-winning author Pat Barker's preoccupation with who's allowed to speak and who isn't continues in The Women of Troy, a sequel to The Silence of the Girls, her exploration of women in the Ancient Greek classics.Also, New Animal author, Ella Baxter, on how her writing relates to her artistic practice making death shrouds the final in Michae…
 
Nasser Hussain, Michael Atherton, Ian Ward and Roy Key discuss England's nerve-shredding draw in Sydney, quality innings from Zak Crawley and Jonny Bairstow, who should be the team's wicketkeeper going forward, and how they will balance their injury-hit side for the final Ashes Test in Hobart.By Sky Sports
 
Hello 2022! Please be kind. Our offering for the new year is a closer look at local versions of international reality TV blockbusters: Drag Race and The Real Housewives, aka brand Benjamin Law.First up, RuPaul’s ride-or-die Michelle Visage dropped by ahead of the inaugural season of Drag Race Down Under.Then, Brian Moylan on his tell-all book about…
 
The rediscovery of Hilma af Klint's abstract paintings has taken the art world by storm, but what meaning can we find in her powerful, mysterious work? Plus, artist and designer W.H. Chong on the secret behind the perfect book cover.And head into the bush with immersive landscape painter Mary Tonkin.…
 
Host Roy Shanahan is joined by David Buggle and Neal Dobbs for the last Football Show of 2021...- Is Tuchel feeling the pressure? - Are Man City just too good to stop?- Pep says Van Dijk is overrated and not as good as Vidic- Who makes the Top 4? West Ham, Arsenal, Manchester United or Spurs?...... - The best 11 of the season so far, De Bruyne, Kan…
 
Settle in for deep and meaningful chats with two of our favourite Stop Everything! guests of 2021: screenwriter and director Steven Canals and singer, songwriter and artist Ngaiire.Steven reflects on the end of Pose, the award-winning series hailed as ground breaking for trans representation. Steven shares what it was like to be in the room when se…
 
Performance art tests the limits of the body and the gallery space. Fiona Kelly McGregor's latest book relives its bracing ascendancy in Sydney's queer and underground scene, and the well-known and lesser-known artists who lived and breathed it.Plus, performance artists Justin Shoulder and Stelarc. And, how do art galleries preserve performance art…
 
Nasser Hussain, Rob Key, Michael Atherton and Ian Ward reflect on England's crushing defeat at the MCG, which ensured they lost the Ashes series inside 12 days. The pundits discuss the reasons why England are struggling to find Test batsmen and whether the loss in Australia will lead to the exit of head coach Chris Silverwood. Plus, should Joe Root…
 
What can a 60-year-old play about drunk and sometimes spiteful American academics tell us about culture and race relations in Australia? Director Margaret Harvey shares her bold vision for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf.Also, we hear a performance from Black Brass, inspired by stories of resilience from Perth's African communities and we meet some …
 
"It's such a contradiction in life how much we learn from suffering," says actor and writer Ethan Hawke who tells The Book Show about his fourth novel A Bright Ray of Darkness. Darkness and light is a recurring theme in our other author interviews with American Patricia Lockwood and Australian Jessie Tu.…
 
Remember that window in 2021 when there were few covid cases, no lockdowns and people could travel across state borders? Yeah! That actually happened, and during that blessed window, we hosted a show, live, from the Sydney Writers Festival.Ok sure, BW was beamed in via a giant screen on stage, but three out of four people on a stage ain’t bad.In th…
 
It's time for another dose of the Noize and this time, I'm totally honored to sit down with hip hop duo of brothers that I was recently introduced to, 80 Empire. We chat about their brilliant new record, ANTHEMS AND ICONS, what inspires them, musical influences, and so much more. If you buy one record this year, I co-sign the hell out of this one! …
 
After England fell to a 275-run defeat in the second Ashes Test against Australia, Mike Atherton, Nasser Hussain and Rob Key joined Ian Ward to reflect on what went wrong for Joe Root's side. The team's planning and selection come under fire while there is a debate over what England should be considering when picking their XI for the third Test in …
 
So, wow, not even sure where to begin with this one. It's episode number 25 so I wanted to do something a bit different with this one. I reached out to a fellow podcaster, whom I was recently put on to by Xcursion and G-Blakk. His name is Darius 'DC' Chambers, who hosts an amazing show, The What The Shit Podcast. I was really impressed with the qua…
 
The long-awaited revival of Sex and the City is out! How are Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte faring in 2021 without Samantha?Trigger, er we mean spoiler warning — BW and BL talk about And Just Like That’s woke moments, deaths, diversity, and podcast developments. Also: Jenna Guillaume shares her top #Christmance movies and BL and BW trade notes on me…
 
Franklin Sirmans is the curator of Family: Visions of a Shared Humanity, an exhibition of video works by renowned Black American, British and Canadian artists, including Arthur Jafa and Garrett Bradley.Plus, 'hyper-surreal' sculpture made with fake food.And enter the studio of Darwin plein air painter Max Bowden as she works through the Top End’s B…
 
With England looking to fight back in the second Ashes Test - a day-nighter in Adelaide - Mike Atherton, Nasser Hussain and Rob Key join Ian Ward to discuss how they might be able to level the series with the make-up of the bowling attack, a faltering batting line-up and England's slip catching woes all on the agenda.…
 
Hey Folks! We're back with episode #24 and this time, I had the great honor of chatting with the daughter/niece of a pair of Hollywood's most legendary brother's, The Mitchum's, John and Robert. Her name is Cindy Mitchum Azbill and she blessed us with so many great stories of growing up during the golden days of Hollywood and how she is now honorin…
 
Host Roy Shanahan was joined by David Buggle and Neal Dobbs to discuss all the weeks football stories including.....- UEFA make a mess of the Champions League draw- Aubameyang's future at Arsenal- Are Stephen Gerrard and Ralf Rangnick making an impression?- Do referees have an unconscious bias towards the top teams when it comes to penalties?- Ague…
 
We watched a lot of TV in 2021. We’re looking back at shows we loved and the TV moments staining our memories [hello Armond from The White Lotus]. We’re also talking about the TV culture shifts we noticed in 2021, the TV we want to see more of in 2022, and the TV we’re happy to toss in the bin.Featuring two friends of Stop Everything: Patrick Lento…
 
Welcome to #23! This time around, we sit down with actor, author, podcaster, and animal activist, Eric Paul Erickson. We have a lively discussion about music, movies, his books, podcasting, and a ton more! As always, any comments, show suggestions, or to book a spot as a guest on the show, contact us at: riotonthesetmedia@gmail.com…
 
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