Best Belly podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Belly Up Podcast
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Welcome to the Belly Up Podcast! This is a podcast that features things related to the world famous music venue located in Solana Beach, CA - our friends, touring artists, people that make us laugh and everything in between. To check out who is playing the club: www.be​llyup.​com. To download albums and singles from past artists: www.be​llyupl​ive.com. Your hosts are: Meryl Klemow, Show Promotions Manager. Meryl enjoys podcasting, green juices, cheese and round animals like manatees. Say hi ...
 
Hungry Squared is a free and clean weekly audio podcast about the nerdy side of food: food science, food history, and food design. Plus, we love to solve your relationship problems as they relate to food in our segment called Food Fight.
 
Podcasting "old-school" belly dance vinyl from the 1950's through the 1980's!
 
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Berlin Belly
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Berlin Belly - the food podcast from Berlin, featuring conversations with the fantastic women working in the Berlin food community! The Berlin Belly podcast is hosted by Elizabeth Rushe. berlinbelly.comAvailable on Podcast app for iPhone; iTunes; Stitcher for Android and Soundcloud.Contact: berlinbellyblog@gmail.com
 
Montly in-depth interviews with Nadira Jamal and her geek-tacular guests
 
More Than Steps Podcast:Geeking out on how the dance works, one coffee run at a time.
 
Belly Dancing has been my life, my passion and my personal art form and continues to be an inspirational journey with many dynamic elements. Traveling the Silk Road is about this journey with the hope that sharing stories and experiences with other dancers, artists and women will help them achieve the level of joy, fulfillment and satisfaction from the dance as well as enrich their personal dance journey as performers and women as well.
 
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Fire in My Belly
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Fire in My Belly is an art history podcast created by Catherine Graffam. This show sheds light onto significant as well as forgotten LGBT+ artists throughout time, unearthing queer history in the visual arts. LGBT artists have shaped the way we create art today, but their stories have been flattened by straight narratives. Let’s work towards fixing that!You can support Fire in My Belly through patreon @ http://patreon.com/fireinmybellypodcast
 
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Belly Baby Mom
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Hello! We are Shereen & Eleonora - Mothers to 3 kids each and we LOVE everything to do with pregnancy, birth & Motherhood! Between us, we are trained in Birth & Postnatal Doula support, Hypnobirthing Education, Baby Massage, Rebozo, and we host exciting and unique pregnancy & motherhood events & gatherings such as our successful Movie Nights & Pregnancy Circles.Join us through the Belly Baby Mom podcast - a safe place where mamas, mamas to be and birth workers can share, connect and inspire ...
 
Learn analytically, so you can dance creatively
 
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Belly Love
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Belly Love is a capsule podcast that explores women's multifaceted relationships with their stomachs. Hosted by body positive teacher and life coach Rachel Cole, this show aims to expand the goodwill extended to baby tummies, hard six-packs, and expectant mothers to all bellies.
 
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Belly Dance Life
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All insights into belly dance lifestyle
 
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Belly of the Beast
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Veteran Bay Area sports journalist Ray Ratto brings you a weekly high-level sports betting podcast on NBC Sports Bay Area. Make sure you check in with the experts before placing your weekend bets...
 
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Loz n Belly
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GLC's Managing Director Lawrence Staden and Chief Economist Steven Bell give their views on the markets.
 
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Get In My Belly
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Husband and wife duo, Mark and Cathy, don't like to make a mess in the kitchen. Therefore, they eat out...a lot! Listen in while they do local, and on-vacation, restaurant reviews.
 
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Belly Up Show
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Welcome to The Belly Up Show! Imagine wandering into a bar in any city in the world. You say hello to the bartender, order a drink and survey the scene. Once you get settled in you strike up a conversation with those around you. That's The Belly Up Show. It's all about unedited, unadulterated and absolutely uncensored conversation about sports, the days activities, some politics, maybe a little religion (or lack thereof) and generally anything that comes to mind. Above all, The Belly Up Show ...
 
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Beer Belly Podcast
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Just some dudes who love beer and to talk about it. Each week we will highlight current beer news and a Brewery.
 
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Plead The Belly
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A podcast about women and the crimes they commit. Hosted by your friends Amelia and Shyloh.
 
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Belly to Belly
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Knee on Belly
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Knee on Belly is a Jiu-Jitsu and MMA podcast covering the latest news in an easy to follow format. I am a Jiu-Jitsu practitioner and actually live and breathe combat sports.
 
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Aileen Wuornos was born on 2/29/1956 as Aileen Carol Pittman. Her mom was only 14 years old when she married Aileen’s father, Leo Dale Pittman. She never met her dad, he was in jail when she was born, having been convicted of sexual acts against children. He was diagnosed with schizophrenia and hung himself in prison. When she was four her mom ...…
 
We're delighted to chat with Archana Mundhe of The Ministry of Curry about her new cookbook, The Essential Indian Instant Pot Cookbook. She goes into the history and the role that traditional pressure cookers play in Indian cooking, how she transitioned her family recipes to the Instant Pot, and also how you can transition your favorite dishes ...…
 
We get into the history of vending machines, from Heron of Alexandria's Holy Water dispensing machine all the way to caviar vending in Beverly Hills, California. We also cover a trend of fully vending machine restaurants called automats and cover some of the crazy stuff you can purchase from vending machines nowadays. Plus, we go old school and ...…
 
Iana Dance Podcast I truly admire today’s guest, Alla Vatc who after 7 years of training and teaching had decided to start learning belly dance again from scratch, who shaped herself as a true professional artist, and showed that everything is possible if you work hard enough. Discover about her dance journey and how she is able to run a succes ...…
 
How to make your dance open and friendly. In the last episode, we talked about kitty energy. Kitty energy is important because it brings a confident, elegant quality to your dancing. But if you find yourself dancing with your nose in the air, and a snooty, prissy demeanor, you might be overdoing the kitty. Or maybe you’re bringing more of a “bu ...…
 
Dee Dee Blancharde had Gypsy at age 24, the father was 17. Separated soon after, Dee Dee and Gypsy moved in with her father and stepmother. Gypsy starts to develop sleep apnea at 3 months old. They also found a chromosome disease that slowed her development. In a wheelchair since age 7 because of muscular dystrophy. She also had leukemia and a ...…
 
We are pleased to discuss with Jenny Eden Berk, an Eating Psychology Coach, the hurdles that affects us and those around us. She delves into diet culture, how she changed her speech and actions for her daughters, and she gives us two tips that help us "embody" our bodies. Plus, Winter officially shares her love for sous vide and Sharon tells us ...…
 
Chris, Lee, and Tom talk about Oktoberfest, Great American Beer Festival, and current beer news.
 
We talk with Kate and Bryce Hansen, inventors and creators of the Ergo Spout, all about designing this kitchen tool. In order to bring this spout that can be used with a regular-mouth Mason jar, they did market research, made prototypes, and hired engineers to get it funded through a successful Kickstarter campaign. Listeners can still pre-orde ...…
 
How to channel feline confidence. When I was an intermediate student, my teacher included performance critiques in class. My friend Lilya is a firecracker, and her piece was really exciting. Her technique and musicality were excellent, and she connected with each of us as she danced. But something wasn’t as good as it could be and I couldn’t pu ...…
 
We are back!!We hope you've had a lovely summer :)In today's episode, we are happy to introduce to you our newest team member Ellis - a trained and certified Birth & Postnatal Doula, and she takes it upon her to ask us LOTS of questions on the true role of a doula! Listen in to our FAQ's and let us know if we've missed anything you'd like to kn ...…
 
Lee joins Winter on this week's mini episode (Happy Honeymoon to Sharon!) to talk about fried foods, especially ones you may find at your local state fair. We briefly talk about the history of frying foods and the science behind a good fried product, then jump into a "Would you eat it?" session. Yikes, that's a lot of fried food! Let's taco 'bo ...…
 
Iana Dance Podcast Do I need to tell how excited I am to release this interview? I believe you are excited just the same way to listen to it, and your eyes spark just by mentioning the name of Olga Aida, one of the brightest costume designers in the belly dance scene today! In this interview we talked about how Olga Aida got involved into costu ...…
 
The Crimes In May 2007 a neighbor bought a baby monitor and through it saw a live feed of two boys who were being tortured. He recognized a woman in the video as his neighbor and called the cops, who went to the house and found the boys imprisoned in a broom closet. They were naked and bound. It was discovered that 8 year old Ondřej was beaten ...…
 
Steve, Ted, Chris, and guest Tom talk about current beer news and other beer related things.
 
Because it's state fair time, we decided to talk about a requested topic (thanks, listener Chad!)--cotton candy! We get into the history of the World's Fair in 1904 and how it came on the scene and what was introduced at that World's Fair. It was historic. We also delve into how spun sugar was the precursor of cotton candy and how cotton candy ...…
 
5 Ways To Retrieve Your Veil This episode is brought to you by the newest member of the Belly Dance Geek Team, Heather Wayman. One of the challenges in dancing with props is what to do with it when you’re done with it. This is especially true with the veil – just dumping it in the middle of the floor isn’t very “dancerly”. You probably learned ...…
 
Iana Dance Podcast Want to know if it's possible to be a successful belly dancer in Egypt but without a manager? Find out how Brenda combines a busy artistic life with being her own boss and managing a whole team of people around her dance activities. This is quite a different way of navigating Cairo business from what we've heard previously on ...…
 
We continue with our interview with Vanessa Chang, ACS Certified Cheese Professional, and she tells us her guidelines for choosing a cheese if you are new to the world of artisan cheeses. She also gives us a taste of producers and agers that she is excited about and shares some of the cheese combinations you can try at your next party. Sharon a ...…
 
LaLaurie was born on March 19th, 1787 in New Orleans and was married three times and had 5 kids. Pictures of the house on Royal Street Bought land at 1140 Royal Street with her third husband and built a 2 story house (later added a third story). It was one of the tallest structures in the French Quarter and was valued at 33,000 in 1831 (around ...…
 
Chris, Lee, and special guest Tom talk about the latest beer news and the coming of fall beers.
 
Iana Dance Podcast This is a truly helpful episode for everyone who aims to fully understand traditions and folklore related to belly dance. I'm so excited to feature Kristin Raeesi, a Romani researcher, activist and performance artist. We often think about different folklore styles separately: Ghawazee belongs to Egyptian culture, Kawliya to I ...…
 
Liability Waivers Belly Dance Geek Clubhouse Episode 64: Galia Aharoni joins us in the Clubhouse to talk about the importance of liability waivers for dance teachers. Get the recording There are many preparations that dancers make as they start the journey to becoming a teacher, learning the many facets of the dance, healthy instruction, and bu ...…
 
In Part 1 of our interview with Vanessa Chang, ACS CCP, we chat with her all about the American Cheese Society's Certified Cheese Professional (CCP) exam. Vanessa talks about why there is even such an exam, her previous experience in the food world that qualified her to take the exam, how she studied for the exam, and what the it entailed. It's ...…
 
Iana Dance Podcast Have you ever taken a minute to think what exactly makes you fall in love with belly dance? Not when suddenly someone asks you this question, and you need to come up with some answer on spot... But really thought, for yourself? Listen to answers from our guests! This episode is a compilation of previous interviews, and it's a ...…
 
What Douglas Adams can teach belly dancers about performance In the sci-fi comedy classic, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy*, the Guide advises interstellar hitch-hikers to always carry a towel. Not just because towels are useful, but because having one makes people think that you’re a respectable sort of person. And that makes them more li ...…
 
Welcome to Part 2 of our interview with Darryl Bosshardt of Real Salt about salt. We talk about how the salt is harvested from the salt mine in Redmond, Utah, what the two meanings of Kosher mean regarding salt, and the makeup of different salts. Check out the first part of our interview with Daryl here. We also recommend our favorite microplan ...…
 
Steve, Lee, and Chris are back after a long hiatus to talk about the latest beer news, sour beers, and more.
 
Background: Martha Stewart was born August 3, 1941 in New Jersey. She wasn’t from a wealthy family but grew up babysitting for famous people like Yogi Berra and Mickey Mantle. At age 15 she began modeling and had contracts with companies like Unilever and Chanel. She used this to pay her way through college. She continued modeling until her fir ...…
 
Iana Dance Podcast OMG! This is beyond what you ever dreamt to receive as tips and insights into an artist’s life. Jillina Carlano is back on the podcast and this time she is taking us on a tour across her health and nutrition secrets! How food can benefit your dance? What to eat before and after shows? Is there a healthy way to pump up your en ...…
 
3 Strategies for Approaching Unfamiliar Music This episode is brought to you by the newest member of the Belly Dance Geek Team, Heather Wayman. In my high school years, I was a band geek. I played flute, piccolo and keyboards. But when I first started to belly dance, I didn’t know a thing about Arabic music, its structure or where to find it. F ...…
 
Iana Dance Podcast It's our 30th episode!!! And I have with me such a talented and adorable dancer, Marina Shishkova! She is the winner of the Golden Crown "Randa" 2017, Miss Europe 2016, and a long list of other competitions. This girl has 370 medals and 10 crowns under her shimmy belt! Want to know her "secret sauce" of preparing for contests ...…
 
It’s not a competition. Belly dance is a lot like cooking. You can follow a recipe (a choreography), or add a pinch of this and a dash of that (improv). Both approaches use the same ingredients. Whether you plan your dance in advance or create it in the moment, you’re still using the same moves, principles, and inspiration. So as long as you un ...…
 
Iana Dance Podcast Lebanese Simon was born and raised in Northern Lebanon. Currently he resided in Houston, but his passion for oriental dance brings him all across the globe. Simon reveals his story of falling in love with belly dance in the early years of childhood, and the multiple obstacles that he had to face on the path to his dance dream ...…
 
Losing streak Lois Update Lois' son, Braden Riess, spoke to a media outlet, saying something happened and his mother just snapped. He described her as a loving caring mother, always putting her children first. He also revealed that she had burned up a $500,000 inheritance from gambling. As for her case, prosecutors in Florida decided to seek th ...…
 
Iana Dance Podcast This week we are mixing belly dance and folklore worlds, and specifically, explaining why they are so closely connected. Nada El Masriya, native Egyptian dancer, explains how much folklore influences belly dance, and why you can't be a successful belly dancer if you don't study traditions and culture. Also, get ready to disco ...…
 
We are back with Barbara Harper! If you have not yet listened to part one of this two-part episode, then go ahead and tune in to episode 12!Barbara Harper is a leading voice for childbirth and maternity care reform, an author, educator, midwife and internationally recognized expert on the use of warm water immersion for labor and birth.In this ...…
 
Disaster planning for veil mishaps No matter how much you practice with your veil, sometimes your veil just isn’t going to cooperate. But that doesn’t have to ruin your show! As we talked about back in Episode 21, the first step is keeping your cool. Step 2 is to regain control of the veil. So how do you do that? Our new team member, Heather Wa ...…
 
Iana Dance Podcast Wow, wow, wow…. This is a discussion that had to happen a long time ago, and I’m very grateful and happy that we got a chance to talk about all those subjects with amazing Meher Malik. She is such an incredible artist who stands up for her beliefs, choices and rights, as well as inspire many women around the globe and particu ...…
 
We are delighted to have Daryl Bosshardt of Redmond Inc on today's Part 1 episode. He tells us about the background of salt, the history and science behind salt, and how the sea bed of salt was discovered in Redmond, Utah and how Real Salt came to be. We shout-out a listener whose wife loves cast iron, chat about Pourfect measuring cups, and ge ...…
 
Iana Dance Podcast Today we are traveling on a time machine to the times of Golden Era Belly Dance! Orit Maftsir talks about her dance story and the inspiration she got from old Egyptian movies, and how she transported that Golden Era atmosphere to the modern belly dance scene. We also discuss differences in the trading process of belly dancers ...…
 
Cross-Training Belly Dance Geek Clubhouse Episode 63: My guest, Farha, will talk about the value of cross-training in various Middle Eastern oriental and folk dances, regardless of your chosen style. Get the recording As dancers, we have all heard that cross-training is beneficial. But we usually think of cross-training in terms of studying tra ...…
 
Welcome to our new format and to the guys from the Word on the Main Street Podcast on this week's episode. We chat with Sean, Bryan and Cooper all about what Walt Disney ate in the early days before and after Disneyland opened, cool Disneyland food history, and some insider tips if you're headed to Disneyland. These guys are our Disneyland expe ...…
 
3 tips from Heather Wayman When Belly Dance Geek® first offered Rock the Routine back in 2012, online belly dance courses were almost unheard of. These days, finding online courses is easy. But getting the most out of them is still tricky. That’s where Heather comes in… The newest member of the Belly Dance Geek® team, Heather Wayman, has a lot ...…
 
In today’s very special episode, in her cozy and warm hotel room, we sit down for a lovely and inspiring chat with Barbara Harper, a leading voice for childbirth and maternity care reform, an author, educator, midwife and internationally recognized expert on the use of warm water immersion for labor and birth.Barbara is a true guardian of Gentl ...…
 
Iana Dance Podcast This conversation only gets better and better as it unfolds! Oscar Flores is a world-known belly dancer who teaches and performs all around the globe, but I bet you have no idea even about half of the projects this artist is working on. Here are only some of the topics that we've discussed in this episode: - His incredible st ...…
 
5 things your introduction needs to accomplish. About a year ago I released the very first episode of More Than Steps, Get the Hell Off the Stage. In that episode, we talked about the need to make the last few moments in your show count. But your introduction is just as important! Just like you need to warm up before dancing, your audience need ...…
 
It's our 100th Hungry Squared Podcast episode! We are here with Ike and Lee to look back on the last couple of years, talk about about our favorite moments and episodes, and announce some awesome giveaways because we want to say thanks and that we love you guys! Go to www.hungrysquared.com for the show notes and all the details on the giveaways ...…
 
On this week's extended episode, we interview Ned Adams of Dutch Oven Daddy and he gives us all the details of cast iron in America from Griswold, Wagner Ware, and Lodge. He then gets practical and we talk about how to season a piece of cast iron and what to do when the cast iron looks old, gunky, and rusted. Plus, we're having a giveaway on th ...…
 
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