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Best Brava podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Brava podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Psychedelic, down-tempo, lounge, electro-jazz... The radio show of Monsieur Segga. Chill-out time weekly to the hands of Dj & Producer based in the catalan Costa Brava. In this podcast you will find sounds of him and other artists. Follow @MonsieurSegga for Tracklist, Chillsets, News, Releases, Interviews, Links ... All about the World Chillout. Psychedelic, down-tempo, lounge, electro-jazz... The radio show of Monsieur Segga. The chill-out time weekly to the hands of Dj & Producer based in ...
 
This podcast allows runners to connect and envision what they could become. Everyone starts somewhere but it’s how you move forward that determines which path you’ll take. For some, running is just exercise, however we believe it is much more than that: it’s mental, physical and in some cases even spiritual. Our guests are inspiring in terms of their accomplishments but they put one foot in front of the other just like everyone else.
 
Susan Michel is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Glen Eagle, a full-service Registered Investment Advisor and Broker Dealer. Susan founded Glen Eagle in 2002. Glen Eagle is a WBENC-Certified Women’s Business Enterprise. What differentiates Glen Eagle is the culture Susan has created. Her approach is summarized in the firm’s vision statement, “Faith, Family, Firm, in that order.” Susan’s business leadership has been recognized by numerous awards, including the Brava Award by Smart C ...
 
This is a book which includes five short classic stories by Hans Christian Andersen. These have been translated into Esperanto, with effort made to keep the translation true to the original text. The five stories contained in this book are : La brava stansoldato (The brave tin soldier) ; Rakonto pri patrino (The story of a mother) ; La fajroŝtalo (The tinderbox) ; La princino sur pizo (The princess and the pea) ; La knabineto kun la alumetoj (The little match-seller). The book also includes ...
 
The enthusiasm and rigor make a career of Daniel Pé in the world of music. Always look beyond the horizon mail, is charting a way to where her feet want to take ...• The stage of its inception: the Costa Brava his birth as a dj clicking Funky, R & B and 80's in First Class (Empuriabrava), Disco Viva (Empuriabrava) and City Arms (Roses).• He has been resident in: Xarai (Palafrugell) and Passarel.la (Empuriabrava)• In 2011 begins at the scene of House of the hand of Gabriel Cubero, Dj and prod ...
 
Every story is a crossroads. A diverse company of Chicago artists produces new audio dramas—recorded live—and stages freewheeling audience conversations about them. Led by Founder and Executive Producer Jeremy McCarter, Make-Believe shares suspenseful, moving, hilarious stories, and tries to discover how they shape our world.
 
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Making A Difference, One Mask at a Time with Dr. Sheri Mello Our guest today is Dr. Sheri Mello, an audiologist at the Raleigh Hearing and Tinnitus Center. While conducting curbside appointments due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Mello realized that her patients were struggling to hear and understand her because she was wearing a face mask. Now, she…
 
On this episode of Le Run Down we dug deep with an elite marathon runner, writer and father, Peter Bromka. For Peter running is part of his DNA. It was part of his upbringing and he thrived in the culture. After taking a step back from competitive running he returned a few years ago with a new fire and motivation, which eventually turned into his p…
 
Adapting to Remote Teaching with Mary Ann Jones & Kelly Jones With the COVID-19 pandemic, the teaching world has seen incredible change over the past few months. Our special guests today are Mary Ann Jones and her daughter, Kelly Jones, and they are fourth-grade teachers in New Jersey. Mary Ann and Kelly have transitioned from teaching their studen…
 
In this episode of Le Run Down, we had the privilege of speaking with Canadian Olympian and elite distance runner, Lanni Marchant. Running was a punishment when she started out as a figure skater, but today it's the sport she loves most. We discuss her early struggles with sports, mental health, her journey to Rio, and how she’s handled the last 3 …
 
Leading From the Front Line with Ann Logan Ann Logan is a medical professional with more than 30 years of leadership experience. She works for CarePoint Health and is the Chief Hospital Executive at Hoboken University Medical Center in New Jersey. Listen in as Ann shares an inside view of what she and her team are experiencing on the front line of …
 
On this episode of Le Run Down I with run coach, marathon runner and community leader, Matt Luke Meyer. Matt only found running later in life. He moved to New York City to pursue an acting career and was working as a bartender to make a living, which led him down an unhealthy path. He didn’t like who he had become and decided he needed to make a ch…
 
Following the cancellation of Shakespeare in the Park, Oskar Eustis talks about a utopian story in one of Shakespeare's plays. A practical guide to what a vision of the future can do--and what it can't. --------------- Hosted by Jeremy McCarter Music, mixing, and mastering by Mikhail Fiksel Graphics and social media by Carly Pearlman --------------…
 
Salsa Brava Radio El Podcast! Ahi! Vaya! Empezamos! Musica de Edgardo y su candela de San Francisco California, Michael Stuart de Nueva York,Jesus Diaz y Su QBA con su Timba Cubana, Juan Formell y Los Van Van con tres super clasicos de ayer de hoy y de siempre, Felix Baloy y La Cuban All Stars, Jose Mangual J.R, Mongoramay Su Palo Mayombe,El Legend…
 
Can a new society arise from a cataclysm? Does humanity deserve a second chance? Chicago author and journalist Natalie Moore joins a virtual audience to explore utopia, dystopia, and the radical imagination while discussing the great Chicago dramatist's "What Use Are Flowers?". -------------------------------------- Listen to Lorraine Hansberry’s W…
 
Making the Most of Your Time with Laura Vanderkam Laura Vanderkam, a productivity and time management expert, joins us this week to share practical, easy-to-follow tips on how to make the most of your time and establish what you want to get out of life. Laura is the author of several time-management books and co-hosts the podcast, . She blogs at . …
 
On this episode of Le Run Down I spoke with a Para Athletics Team Canada track and field star Nate Riesh. He comes from a family of gifted elite athletes and for Nate, it wasn’t any different. He excelled in baseball and his future in the sport looked bright, but suddenly a golf accident took that away. Nate was paralyzed on his right side but afte…
 
To tide us over until baseball returns, sportswriter Will Leitch breaks down the most famous athletic contest of all time, and a lively virtual audience debates its moral today. ------------------------------------------- Subscribe to Will Leitch's newsletter: https://tinyletter.com/williamfleitch Consider an actual tortoise vs. an actual hare: htt…
 
Rebuilding a Life with Cara Brookins After surviving domestic violence, Cara Brookins was faced with the stark challenge of providing for her four children, with no one to turn to but herself. In desperate need of a home—but without the means to buy one—she did something incredible. She built her very own 3,500 square foot home from scratch by usin…
 
On this episode of Le Run Down I got to speak with strength and conditioning coach, spinning instructor and marathoner Val Poynter. Looking at her now you'd see healthy, strong and powerful women, but it wasn’t always that way. Like many, Val faced a troubled past with substance abuse and an eating disorder but eventually she turned her life around…
 
Making A Difference with Ruth Riley In 2019, Ruth Riley was named to the 21st Class of Inductees to the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame. She led Notre Dame to their first national championship in 2001, and she is one of the few players to win an NCAA title, two WNBA titles, and an Olympic Gold Medal. Ruth joins us today to share her journey as a pr…
 
On this episode of Le Run Down I had a great chat with one of the province’s best runners, Francois Jarry. He fell in love with the sport years ago when he won a race he entered in high school and he never looked back. He’s been the Quebec ten thousand meter champ for the last five years but he’s a pretty great marathoner too. Running two hours and…
 
On this episode of Le Run Down I dug a little bit deeper into nutrition with registered holistic nutritional practitioner Danielle Levy. We discuss our relationship to food, the importance of fueling properly and how we can approach our meals in a more balanced way. So if you have questions about nutrition and how it relates to sports or in everyda…
 
On this episode of Le Run Down I got to speak with sports nutritionist, triathlete and BRAVA co-creator Stephanie Jamain. We spoke about her introduction to running, how sports help her stay active and spend time with friends, and how her love for triathlon led to the creation of Brava. On top of it all she’s a sports nutritionist so it was fun to …
 
On this episode of Le Run Down we recorded live from Gusta restaurant for the first race of the RUNK Race Series here in Montreal. This event was created by Gophrette Power who you can find @gophobservation on Instagram. This first edition is called La Ultima Carrera. It’s an alley cat style race where the goal will be to collect items at each chec…
 
On this episode of Le Run Down I chatted with my good friend and training buddy Geoff McGregor. Growing up in British Columbia he took a liking to music and eventually got into endurance sports. It was through sport that he learned that hard work leads to positive results. Those same life lessons translated into the world of ultra running. I consid…
 
On this episode of Le Run Down I got back to basics with the manager of Coaching and Development for Athletics Canada, John Lofranco.He’s enjoyed life as a runner himself and has continued to explore that passion by teaching others how they can be the best they can be.John has helped many athletes flourish, including Episode 12 guest Melanie Myrand…
 
On this episode of Le Run Down I spoke with former Pro Triathlete and World Cup Champion, Andrew MacMartin. As a young teenager he took a liking to endurance sports, immersing himself in cross country and cycling. But when he heard about triathlon, that became his focus and becoming the best in the world quickly became his long term goal. Despite t…
 
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