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A podcast where we delve into the wordy world of voiceovers. Each week you'll meet a professional voice artist and find out who they are and how they got into this work, and listen while we run through some slightly ridiculous script games based on the kind of jobs we tackle on any given day in the studio.
 
This fall, HearSay is your resource for local election coverage. We'll be bringing you conversations with all the Hampton Roads candidates running for the House of Delegates. We will also interview candidates for Attorney General, Lieutenant Governor, and Governor. HearSay airs from Noon-1PM on 89.5 WHRV FM, public radio for Hampton Roads.
 
With every General Assembly seat on the ballot and some pivotal races right here in Hampton Roads, there's a lot at stake. Before you decide, be sure to listen to the candidates talk about the issues on HearSay with Cathy Lewis beginning Monday, October 22nd, from Noon – 1pm on 89.5 WHRV FM, public radio for Hampton Roads.
 
Catholic Forum began as a radio program in Wilmington, Delaware USA in 1939 making it the longest running Catholic discussion (non-liturgical) program in the United States. It is still on the air in the Diocese of Wilmington, but it is now available as a podcast. A new podcast debuts each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Eastern Time and includes an introductory reflection, the Gospel of the day, a musical selection and an interview.
 
Suzanne Redmond talks with artists about their artwork, techniques, and how they’ve created a successful business. With her background in accounting, finance, and exhibiting art, she knows what it takes to get your artwork seen and sold. She’s chosen artists who are working their business – exhibiting their art, teaching others, and finding unusual opportunities. You’ll hear from some unsung artists, who are extremely talented and creative, and hopefully you’ll look up their work and be insp ...
 
HR Heroes by Breathe shares the stories of small businesses who recognise that their people are key to their business success. Join Jonathan Richards, CEO of Breathe, and his guests, as they discuss their people management stories. Covering everything from company culture to productivity and the future of work.
 
Join Andrea Schneider, MSW, LCSW (licensed clinical social worker/psychotherapist) as she Interviews top experts in the field on the latest in mental health interventions, studies, and healing modalities for topics on narcissistic abuse recovery/ healing from toxic relationships; trauma and loss; maternal mental health (perinatal depression/anxiety; traumatic birth, perinatal loss, infertility; life/role transitions from menarche to menopause ); special needs parenting; and many other topics ...
 
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On this episode of Catholic Forum, after news from The Dialog and a song from Marty Haugen's "All Are Welcome" CD, we will learn about the Diocese of Wilmington's Share in the Spirit campaign that helps families afford a Catholic school education for their children, when Ms. Sheila McGirl, Director of Development for the Diocese of Wilmington, is t…
 
Artist Jennifer Orkin Lewis is an illustrator and teacher who creates under the name August Wren. Her work reflects her deep love of color, pattern, and nature. She works in watercolors, as well as gouache paints. Jennifer’s art has been featured on products for many companies, like Anthropologie and Kate Spade Home. Her art can be purchased on pri…
 
On this episode of Catholic Forum, after a news brief from The Dialog, and a cut from the Catholic Treasures CD, we will talk with Fr. Brian Lewis, pastor of St. Jude the Apostle parish in Lewes, Delaware, and coordinator of the Diocese of Wilmington's annual Marian Pilgrimage. This year, the pilgrimage is being held on Sept. 25 at the Basilica of …
 
You can find Dan here: https://www.danbrumm.com/ https://scoutmanagement.com.au/voice/dan-brumm/ The history podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/dan-carlins-hardcore-history/id173001861 The Sound Design podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/twenty-thousand-hertz/id1171270672 Aston origin microphone https://www.astonmics.com/EN/pr…
 
Stage and screen star Victor Jory makes his final appearances on Suspense in a pair of episodes that didn't belong on "radio's outstanding theater of thrills." We'll hear the actor from Gone With the Wind and A Midsummer Night's Dream in "Old Army Buddy" (originally aired on CBS on September 8, 1957) and "Death Notice" (originally aired on February…
 
Artist Dionne Woods created the business called The Turquoise Iris. She got her start painting furniture and then canvases, and she taught herself so much along the way. She’s now a pro at the details of an art business, like shipping your art, filming while making art, and finding experts when trying something new. Dionne now shares what she’s lea…
 
On this episode of Catholic Forum, after news from The Dialog, and a musical selection from the CD, "More Thank 50 Most Loved Hymns," we talk to Father John Solomon, pastor of St. Mary Star of the Sea/Holy Savior parish in Ocean City, Maryland. How has this dynamic resort parish survived the economic impact of the pandemic? What renovations were ma…
 
Dorothy McGuire jumped from the Broadway stage to the big screen with acclaimed performances in Claudia and A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. She earned an Oscar nod for her turn as a woman confronting her bigotry in Gentleman's Agreement and she'd later gain Disney fame as memorable moms in Old Yeller and Swiss Family Robinson. We'll hear her as a woman t…
 
Roberta Wagner has a home with a studio in Gig Harbor, Washington. Her day job has always been in the banking industry, but she takes a break from that by making art. She’s made ceramics for many years, paintings, and now textile and paper collage art. Art has always been a part of her life, and a few years back she decided to write her first book …
 
On this episode of Catholic Forum, after news from The Dialog, we will talk with Dr. S. K. Baskerville about his new book, "A Gentleman's Guide to Manners, Sex and Ruling the World," from Sophia Institute Press. What is a gentleman, and why should every man aspire to be one? We will find out on this episode of Catholic Forum! As a side note: this i…
 
Find Melanie on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melaniezanetti/ Backstage Article https://www.backstage.com/magazine/article/melanie-zanetti-bluey-interview-72854/ The Book we both love: Phosphorescence by Julia BairdBy CATHI OGDEN
 
In his final visits to Suspense, Charles Boyer played two legendary lawmen from his native France. First, the four-time Oscar nominee plays Eugene Vidocq, the master thief who switched sides and became the head of the Sûreté. We'll hear "Vidocq's Final Case" (originally aired on CBS on September 29, 1952). Then, Boyer stars as Alphonse Bertillion, …
 
Artist Amanda Evanston is a painter and instructor whose online community is called The Insider’s Studio. She offers weekly classes, tips and tricks, and opportunities to paint, learn, and grow. Amanda also offers larger online classes, like her recent Abstract Faces class, that are open to anyone. This past year has seen the temporary closing of h…
 
On this episode of Catholic Forum, after news from The Dialog and a musical selection from the CD, "More Than 50 Most Loved Hymns," we will learn about the life of Blessed Carlo Acutis, an Italian computer geek teenager who died in 2006 and is on his way to be a canonized saint. Mr. Michael Lichens from Sophia Institute Press will tell us about the…
 
Stan Freberg was a master of satire and memorably sent up politics, history, and popular culture over his 70 years in show business. His spoofs of Dragnet, popular music, and history still hold up today, and he put his unique sense of humor to work as a successful advertising director. We'll hear the legendary performer in a rare dramatic radio tur…
 
Artist Ali Manning creates under the website name Vintage Page Designs. She makes handmade books, using papers and stitching at the binding. Her own mixed media books are inspired by the forests of New England, where she’s lived for over 20 years, and the gardens of her home country England. Two years ago, she created an online community called Han…
 
On this episode of Catholic Forum, after news from The Dialog, and a musical selection - appropriate for the Feast of the Assumption weekend - from the Catholic Treasures CD, we will share highlights, including Bishop William Koenig's homily, from the August 7, 2021 ordination of 15 men as permanent deacons.…
 
Our annual birthday salute to Alfred Hitchcock isn't just a celebration of the legendary director and big screen master of suspense. It's also a tribute to his daughter, Patricia Alma O'Connell, who passed away on August 9th. We'll hear Patricia recreate her screen role in Strangers on a Train, recreated for the Lux Radio Theatre (rehearsal for the…
 
You can find Cinzia Lee in all these places: https://scoutmanagement.com.au/voice/cinzia-lee/ https://www.cinzialee.com/ https://www.uncoveringthesacred.com/cinzia-lee https://www.facebook.com/cinzialeemeditationcoach/ https://twitter.com/cinzywincyspida?lang=en https://www.instagram.com/cinzywincyspida/?hl=en And the book I mentioned is The Midnig…
 
Actor and singer Robert Horton broke out with his stint on Wagon Train, where he spent several years on one of the top-rated TV shows in the country. But Horton left the show at the peak of its popularity to avoid typecasting and to pursue his singing career. During his years on the television frontier, Horton made two visits to Suspense. He played…
 
Nicole Galluccio is a painter in South Florida. In her paintings, she illustrates flowers, fruits, and pollinators, using bright, bold colors. Nicole is a master at color theory, and uses many shades of each color that she’s mixed herself. In this past year, she’s added teaching to her business as she entered the world of Zoom classes. We also talk…
 
On this episode of Catholic Forum, after news from The Dialog, we will meet Ms. Trinette Stillman, the new principal of Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School in Berlin, Maryland. The Diocese of Wilmington's newest elementary school serves students from nine sponsoring parishes in the south eastern part of the diocese. Also, we remember Brother Jam…
 
For the start of our sixth season, we're shining a spotlight on Suspense MVP Cathy Lewis. One of the busiest and most talented actresses of the era, Lewis was a standout supporting player on "radio's outstanding theater of thrills" in some of the program's greatest episodes. She proved just as strong when she stepped into starring roles. We'll hear…
 
Artist Lori Siebert does not limit herself with the art that she makes. One day it might be mixed media paintings, and the next it might be 3D birds made from the items in her junk drawer. She feeds her curiosity by constantly exploring different mediums and techniques. Lori teaches in the U.S. as well as overseas, when she’s able to teach in perso…
 
On this episode of Catholic Forum, after news from The Dialog, and a cut from the Catholic Treasures CD, we will talk with Father John Grasing, pastor of Sacred Heart Parish in Chestertown, Maryland and director of the Office for Deacons for the Diocese of Wilmington. We will also talk with two of the 15 men who will be ordained to the permanent di…
 
You can find Isi on all the socials including TikTok, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter: @isithescribe Also https://www.isithescribe.com/ And https://www.voicefox.co.uk/isi-adeola https://codavoice.com/voices/isi-the-scribe/By CATHI OGDEN
 
Charles Laughton stars in a pair of stories pulled from the pages of two great English writers. These tales of murder have plenty of dark comedy mixed in along with the corpses and crimes. First, a garden party results in an accidental homicide in Dorothy L. Sayers' "The Fountain Plays" (originally aired on CBS on November 23, 1944). Then, a man di…
 
Seth Apter is a mixed media artist in New York City. He designs and sells art supplies and tools for a few companies. Using these supplies in his art, he combines paint, ink, stencils, stamps, and various papers to build his mixed media creations. His business used to be filled with travels all over the world where he would teach his techniques. Si…
 
On this episode of Catholic Forum, after a news brief from TheDialog.org, we will talk with Mr. Fritz Jones, Executive Director of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Wilmington. Fritz discusses the work of the Catholic social service organization that has been serving the people of Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore for 190 years, and looks ba…
 
Jackie Cooper began his career in Our Gang shorts and earned an Oscar nomination at the age of nine. After serving in the Navy during World War II, he continued acting on screen and embarked on a successful Emmy-winning career as a director. During his years in front of and behind the camera, he endeared himself to generations of movie fans as iras…
 
Rachel Davies is a mosaic artist in Dunblane, Scotland. She uses slate that she finds near her home, plus stones and glass for her creations. Like so many artists, her in person classes stopped in 2020, but she figured out how to offer online classes and get the mosaic supplies to her students. We talk about her materials and techniques, as well as…
 
On this very special episode of Catholic Forum, after news from The Dialog, we will hear highlights from the Ordination/Installation Mass of Bishop William E. Koenig, 10th Bishop of Wilmington, recorded at St. Elizabeth Church in Wilmington, Delaware. We will hear excerpts from Apostolic Nuncio, Archbishop Christophe Pierre's remarks and reading of…
 
After making her first visits to Suspense in 1945, Joan Lorring returned to "radio's outstanding theater of thrills" in 1960. By then, both the series and star had left Hollywood behind. The Oscar-nominee had transitioned to Broadway and television, and production of the show moved to CBS' New York studios. We'll hear Lorring in three 60s Suspense …
 
You can find Ella James: On Tic Tok and Instagram: @chocolatevoicevixen On Facebook: @EllaJames https://scoutmanagement.com.au/voice/ella-james/ And on youtube: Lady Whistledown https://www.nfl.com/videos/lady-whistleblown-reveals-top-draft-secrets-in-2021-nfl-draft-papers Ella's podcast: Take Fountain: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/take-fo…
 
Artist Cathy Nichols is in Asheville, North Carolina, where she’s an artist, teacher, and author. Her medium is paper and paint, and as she says, a little magic. Her artwork is painted collage layers, and she puts her art on washi tape, pouches, and oracle cards. She even offers a class where you can learn how to make your own oracle deck. Cathy’s …
 
On this episode of Catholic Forum, after news headlines from The Dialog, and a musical selection from the Catholic Treasures CD, we will talk with the man who, on July 13, 2021, will be ordained to the Order of Bishop and installed as Wilmington's 10th Bishop, Monsignor William E. Koenig of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, New York. Join us as we g…
 
It was ironic that Helmut Dantine broke out in Hollywood playing Nazis in wartime dramas; he'd been part of the anti-Nazi resistance in his native Austria and was imprisoned in a concentration camp because of those efforts. Fortunately, he secured his release and escaped to California, where he pursued acting on the stage and screen. We'll hear him…
 
Artist Taylor White paints in a figurative style, which just means her paintings contain people. Of course, that’s just part of her art. She’ll paint the human form, in many different positions, add geometric shapes and colors, and create such depth and movement. After attending the Savannah College of Art & Design, she traveled overseas, doing ill…
 
On this episode of Catholic Forum, after news from The Dialog, we are joined by Father Joseph McQuaide, Chancellor for the Diocese of Wilmington and Rector of the Cathedral of Saint Peter, and Pastor of St. Patrick and St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception Parishes in Wilmington, Delaware. Father McQuaide will talk about the men who have served as …
 
https://welpmagazine.com/20-best-voiceovers-podcasts-of-2021/ You can find our Voiceover Voices Podcast pages on Facebook and Instagram If you'd like to send me your Nonsense Poem, please DM me on FB or Instagram. Thank you!By CATHI OGDEN
 
Michael O'Shea dropped out of school at the age of 12 and wound up on stages in the vaudeville circuit and in speakeasies before he arrived on Broadway. Hollywood came calling after an acclaimed stage performance and soon he was co-starring with Barbara Stanwyck. His film career waned in the early 1950s, but he continued to work on television and m…
 
Tanya Ortega is the Founder of the National Parks Arts Foundation, which offers residencies to artists at a variety of our National Parks. She started as a photography artist with a long-time love of the outdoors. Discovering that the Parks did not have residency programs, she created her own. After providing residencies for herself and her artist …
 
On this episode of Catholic Forum, after news from TheDialog.org, we learn about some of the Catholics who were crucial to the founding of the United States, when Dan LeRoy talks about his book, "Liberty's Lions: The Catholic Revolutionaries Who Establish America." Were the Founding Fathers anti-Catholic? Who were the Catholics who helped bring ind…
 
Actress and singer Virginia Bruce introduced a Cole Porter classic and starred as the quintessential showgirl in The Ziegfeld Follies, but studio politics hurt her career just as it was getting started. We'll hear her in an international manhunt for a missing heir in "The Cross-Eyed Bear" (originally aired on CBS on September 16, 1943). Then, Virgi…
 
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