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Kick off each week with Tony Award winning actress and host Celia Keenan-Bolger for Sunday Pancakes, a new podcast to nourish your head and heart. Every Sunday, Celia will sit down with one of her favorite artists for an intimate, candid conversation on the beauty and struggle of humanity and what keeps them feeling connected, motivated, and curious about the world around them.
 
An exploration of the journeys of the many interesting members of the Hamilton College community. Each week we talk to alumni, faculty and students to understand the path they took to get to where they are and what role the school played in shaping who they are. New episodes air on WHCL-FM (www.whcl.org) every Sunday @ 8am EST.
 
This Must Be The Place is a podcast about communities and the people who build, support, and live in them. How do communities come together? What are the intentional and unintentional decisions that make them who they are? How are they shaped by different styles of leadership and vision? What does community mean to us in our current world? I'll be reaching out to an eclectic group of participants from technology, tv, music and other disciplines to talk about how communities form and why it w ...
 
Kurt Caceres brings on celebrity Actors, Directors, Athletes, Casting Directors, Writers, Surgeons, Psychologists, Musicians and more............. to take us down a raw and truthful journey into the dark hallways of the Hollywood machine. As an actor, Kurt worked many years to get to the top of the game, leading major network television shows and finding great success. Then because of inexperience and the power of ego, he lost it all and hit rock bottom. Now after a decade of fighting to mak ...
 
Your one stop shop for creative ideas and inspiration. Each week on The Spark File podcast, Susan Blackwell and Laura Camien reach into their spark files and share stories, ideas and fascinations to ignite your imagination. Obsessed with creativity, Blackwell and Camien also talk with artists and makers, movers and shakers who have taken the spark of inspiration and fanned it into a flame. Hear from inspiring creatives like Lin-Manuel Miranda, Sara Bareilles, Eric Stonestreet, Jonathan Groff ...
 
Irelands Premier Metal Music Podcast. The Metal Cell Podcast sets out to promote the Irish Metal Scene by talking to the bands, promoters, artists and fans of this musical genre. I hope to interview as many generations as possible involved in the Irish Metal community from those who create the music, design the artwork, promote the gigs or simply fans of the music itself. It's one of the most exciting times ever to be a Metal fan in Ireland with so many home grown and international metal ban ...
 
RACING TV is the premier independent horse racing broadcaster in the UK and Ireland and this is the home for all of our podcasts. The specialist channel was set up in 2004 by its racecourse shareholders and is dedicated to broadcasting more than 800 live race meetings a year with commentary, debate and tipping from 35 of the UK's top racecourses and all 26 Irish racecourses. All Racing TV profits are returned to its racecourse shareholders to support the sport. Racing TV has well over 50,000 ...
 
Forward Radio is listener-sponsored, volunteer-powered, grassroots community radio WFMP-LP Louisville, Kentucky. We have been broadcasting at 106.5fm and live-streaming at forwardradio.org since April 9, 2017. Enjoy this selection of our archived local programs, and if you like what you hear, please donate to keep us on-air at forwardradio.org. It costs $20/day to keep this programming coming your way.
 
Like BroadwayCon itself, BroadwayCon The Podcast brings you through the stage door to be part of the excitement that happens onstage and behind-the-scenes. It is a place where Broadway fans come together to celebrate the shows they love with people who bring them to life. Each episode will feature conversations with the casts and creatives of Broadway's greatest hits (and, sometimes, misses!), and discussions featuring the industry’s top producers and designers.
 
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ASHLEY PARK is a Tony Award nominated actress, currently starring as “Mindy” in the hit television series Emily in Paris. For her performance, she became the first Asian American Actress to receive a Critics’ Choice Nomination for “Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.” She will next appear in Bleecker Street’s upcoming feature Mr Malcom’s Li…
 
Nick is joined by broadcaster and journalist Lydia Hislop to discuss the day's racing news on the eve of one of the world's most prestigious fixtures. Senior trainer Jim Bolger, responsible for one of the key 2,000 Guineas fancies Poetic Flare, reiterated his claims of illegal steroid use in racehorses over the weekend, and speaks to Nick in his fi…
 
Solutions to Violence features Leah Bolger and Phil Gittins. Leah Bolger serves as President of the WBW Board of Directors and the Chair of the Coordinating Committee of World Beyond War. She retired from the U.S. Navy at the rank of Commander after twenty years of active duty service. She was elected as the first female President of Veterans For P…
 
We jump back in time with Clive Bolger (drummer of Tasc), Brian Bowell (bassist of Worn Out), Dave Cleere (bassist of Bailer) and Dave Longan (guitarist of Aponym) to discuss the Waterford Metal Scene that sprung up in the 80's right up to a few years ago. When I heard that Def Leppard played to a packed pub in Tramore before they flew off to Donni…
 
When Gillian Zucker heard Steve Ballmer was buying the LA Clippers she knew being President of the team would be the perfect job for her. This week she shares insight into her career through professional sports, how she landed her current job, and what it’s like as one of the highest ranking women in professional sports. This episode was recorded a…
 
Matt Scott is the founder of Lets Care, where he passes the mic to those who often go unheard in social change, and was the global community lead for the world’s largest global hackathon, NASA’s Space Apps Challenge. In this episode we talk about managing a global community of over 100,000 people, why storytelling is important in building community…
 
Nick is joined by broadcaster Rishi Persad with the fourth and fifth days at Royal Ascot set to be changed dramatically by the weather. Torrential rain fell Thursday night into Friday morning, leaving Clerk Chris Stickels fearing that the fixture could fall into some doubt. Nick and Rishi ponder the likely outcomes if the meeting does get the go-ah…
 
America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, sits with a musical legacy, part of a family of accomplished musicians that goes back generations from New Orleans. Young Miller is the nephew of award winning and multi-million album selling rapper Master P. Young Miller grew up around music in one of the most dangerous projects in the United States, called Calli…
 
Myself and my co-host Howard were delighted to spend an insightinsightful hour or so in the company of Brad Boatright mastering engineer and the owner of Audiosiege Studios. He’s best known for his work with Skeletonwitch, Nails, Obituary, Sleep, Stranger Things, and many more. He has also worked with some fantastic Irish Metal bands as well. The l…
 
Nick is joined by David Yates, Newsboy of the Daily Mirror, to discuss all the days' racing news, national and worldwide. With two days of Royal Ascot safely in the books, Nick and Dave discuss not only Love's Day Two triumph, but also the controversial start of Stunning Beauty in the day's final race and ask whether there should be a rule change t…
 
Nick is joined by Lee Mottershead, senior writer on the Racing Post, to continue the review and preview of Royal Ascot. As the Royal Racecourse bakes in the heat a huge gamble unfolds on an unraced horse in the Windsor Castle. Kaboo's owner, Nick Bradley explains why at the very top of the show. Nick also talks to music agent Emma Banks about Lady …
 
This episode marks the end of Season 4, and new episodes will begin airing on July 7th.We’re closing Season 4 with Ben Self, who is a teacher and contributor to Mockingbird, an organization that describes itself as being “devoted to connecting the Christian faith with the realities of everyday life.” It’s a progressive group and Ben runs their new …
 
This week we are joined by Dr. Zack Thieneman, a psychologist who specializes in group therapy. Zack shares how he got into therapy, what it's like working with kids in group therapy, and how his own experiences with depression and anxiety have impacted him. We also talk about positive self talk, combating social anxiety, and feeling scatterbrained…
 
Nick is joined by broadcaster and writer Cornelius Lysaght to look ahead to the first day of Royal Ascot and to consider all the day's racing news. In light of the continued assertion from Jim Bolger on yesterday's podcast that Irish racing has an issue with steroids, the IHRB Anti Doping chief Lynn Hillier seeks to offer reassurance. Nick also bri…
 
Wanting to write about your lived experience, but worried about how the other key players in your life might react? This week, Susan and Laura offer up various ways you can approach it so that your creativity is free flowing and feelings don't get hurt. Plus, recent events stirred up some questions about the monarchy, so we unpack what it is and wh…
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog, primes your summer reading pump with a special guest author joining us from Harrisburg, PA. Former environmental and fossil fuels attorney, Joel Burcat, is one of America’s most well-respected environmental litigation lawyers, and the award-winning author of 'Amid Rage,' just out in February …
 
This week, Liz interviews Besime Uyanik, CEO of ION Game Design, about her very first game design, Sammu-ramat. Sammu-ramat (known to the Greeks as Semiramis) was a powerful Assyrian queen about whom we know little, but whose reputation reached mythic proportions. A sneak peek at the game cover: https://ionsmg.com/blogs/news/first-look-at-pax-shamm…
 
Join the Kentucky Humane Society every week as we answer your questions about dog and cat behavior, training, and special topics and events in the Louisville pet community. We are here to help the animals in our community and the people who love them. If you have a question or topic you’d like to know more about, we would love to hear from you! Con…
 
Most recently, SHAKINA NAYFACK made television history starring in NBC’s Connecting… as the first transgender person to have a starring role in a network comedy. She can also be seen in Amazon’s GLAAD Award Winning Transparent Musicale Finale, which she helped write and produce, and Hulu’s Difficult People, for which she was a writing consultant. H…
 
Sarah Damaske is a sociologist, a professor, and an author. This week she tells Dave there is nothing else she’d rather be doing. During this great conversation we hear about Sarah’s path to discovering her calling as a sociologist (via a major in Comparative Literature) and we hear about her new book The Tolls of Uncertainty, which takes a deep lo…
 
On Saturday, June 12th, WFMP pulled volunteers, supporters, and friends of the station together for a special celebration to mark our independence as a new 501(c)3 non-profit and to welcome our new Board of Directors. Listen in to hear a recording of our live broadcast from the party, including a keynote address from one of our new Board members, C…
 
This week on Truth to Power, we will talk about Ranked Choice Voting, with Ken Carpenter of Rank The Vote, Kentucky and Geoff Young, Candidate for Congress in the 6th District of Kentucky.We will talk about these issues and more: What is ranked choice voting? How does rank choice voting work? What are the benefits of right choice voting? Will Ranke…
 
The First Lady of Moone, Jessica Harrington, is our special guest this week to chat about her global ambitions, hopes in Ireland this weekend and a fine team of runners at Royal Ascot next week. Dukey reveals a surprisingly expensive visit to the bike repair shop, Fran has thoughts on a barbecue, Johnny Mac is dreaming of a fourth successive winnin…
 
Nick is joined by broadcaster Rishi Persad to discuss the day's racing news, picking up a familiar refrain that has been given fresh airing in the Racing Post and elsewhere this week: the cluttered nature of Saturday racing and whether it is to the detriment or benefit of the sport. Rishi offers his viewpoint, while York Chief Executive William Der…
 
The Metal Cell Forums. Join myself, Danielle, Evan and Joe as we talk about the Irish Metal Scene, review bands and discuss topics related to our favourite music....METAL! This weeks show is a fairly busy one. We have a discussion about how relevant the Metal Scene is at the moment, especially seeing a rock band from Italy win the Eurovision. The m…
 
Nick is joined by RTE and Racing TV broadcaster Jane Mangan to round up the day's racing and bloodstock news. Continuing the build up to Royal Ascot next week, they discuss whether Lord North, Stradivarius and Palace Pier will relaunch John and Thady Gosden's season after a quiet time during the European Classics. Nick talks to trainer Charlie Hill…
 
Nick is joined by Racing Post senior writer Lee Mottershead to discuss the day's national and international racing news. With the Derby posting a below-par TV rating this year, Nick and Lee ask if there is genuine cause for concern and, if so, whether anything can be done to arrest the downward trend over the last two decades. They open out the dis…
 
It goes without saying that you can be a book lover whether you read 1 book a year or 200. But those book lovers who consume books like the potato chips no one can resist, reading over 100 books a year, are a little unique. We couldn't be happier to welcome Jacqui Daves Isser to the show. Jacqui is a middle school librarian who lives outside Austin…
 
This week's guest is Katie Hubert Bilotta, a long-time friend of the show. Katie discusses her work as a therapist as well as the ways she personally copes with anxiety. We talk about moving toward uncomfortable emotions, dealing with power dynamics in therapy, giving ourselves grace, figuring out how to fill our time, coping with uncertainty, and …
 
Nick is joined by David Yates of the Daily Mirror to discuss all the day's racing news, leading with the announcement yesterday afternoon that trainer Charlie Appleby would target the King George and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot in July with his Derby hero Adayar. they consider what this means for the race and whether such a move can restore it …
 
Like many first year college students Derek Brand thought everyone else had it figured out. Over the course of his time at the school playing rugby and studying abroad he came to understand that few people had it figured out. This week Dave welcomes Derek, his classmate and former rugby teammate for a chat that explores Derek’s journey to becoming …
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog, goes for a float with Heather Warman, Owner and Guide at SUP Kentucky, a Stand Up Paddleboarding adventure company with a passion for nature, stewardship, and conscious living. Learn more at: https://supkentucky.comHeather is a native Kentuckian and graduate of the UK College of Design with a…
 
Nick is joined by writer and broadcaster Lydia Hislop to discuss the sensational weekend of global action, taking in Adayar's Derby, Snowfall's monstrous Oaks win, the two titanic finishes of the Coronation Cup and the Belmont Stakes, plus the blistering turn of foot shown by St Mark's Basilica to win the Prix du Jockey Club. Nick talks to trainer …
 
This week, the documentary Made You Look sparks a conversation about the phenomenon of justification and how our brains work overtime when we've done something we shouldn't have, PLUS, the joy-filled approach to closet curation that promotes self-expression and creativity over consumption!By Susan Blackwell, Laura Camien
 
Jonathan Truitt returns to talk about his role as Director of the Center for Learning Through Games and Simulations at Central Michigan University. One of his current projects is the creation of an academic games press that will allow professors to design games for their classrooms and turn them into peer-reviewed publications. Check out the center…
 
Join the Kentucky Humane Society every week as we answer your questions about dog and cat behavior, training, and special topics and events in the Louisville pet community. We are here to help the animals in our community and the people who love them. If you have a question or topic you’d like to know more about, we would love to hear from you! Con…
 
JAVIER MUÑOZ is an actor and activist whose impressive body of work spans theater, film and television. Javier is best known for co-creating the role of, and starring as, "Alexander Hamilton” in the cultural-phenomenon musical Hamilton on Broadway for two years, after Lin-Manuel Miranda departed the show (and was his alternate prior to that). He go…
 
On this week's Truth to Power Happy Hour, Forward Radio programmers Hart Hagan (The Climate Report) and Justin Mog (Sustainability Now!) are joined by Stephen Bartlett (Sustainable Agriculture of Louisville) for a conversation about local foraging and the delight of the serviceberries which are ripe right now; COVID vaccine apartheid; the Biden adm…
 
This week, your hosts Patty & Brian, are joined in the studio by Dr. Justin Mog, Assistant to the Provost for Sustainability at the University of Louisville. Together, they take a deep dive into what sustainability demands of in our personal lives, as a society, and in our thinking.By FORward Radio
 
Solutions to Violence features Author-Actress Rivera Sun. She is the author of two social protest novels, The Dandelion Insurrection and Steam Drills, Treadmills, and Shooting Stars. She’s created these as well as nine theatrical plays and a book of poetry. Rivera cohosts Occupy Radio with David Geitgey {gite-gee?} Sierralupe, { se-a-ra-loo-pay } a…
 
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