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Best Ceri podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Ceri podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Introducing the lightly competitive knowledge showcase from the geniuses behind the YouTube series SciShow. Every Tuesday, join Hank Green, Ceri Riley, Stefan Chin, and Sam Schulz as they try to one-up and amaze each other with weird and funny scientific research... while not getting distracted. There will be tangents about video games, music, weird smells, surprisingly deep insights about life, and of course, poop, but it always comes back to the science. WNYC Studios is a listener-supporte ...
 
Tune in to hear artists from across the LGBTQ+ community open up about their Queer journey ; sharing fascinating childhood stories, bizarre anecdotes, what makes their heart sing and the importance lessons they have learnt living on mother earth so far. Jen Carss is your Queer host. She/her pronouns.
 
Keep Thinking is a record label developed through a strong bond between DJ's, producers and party lovers, that exists to showcase established artists who continue to break the mould, whilst enabling access for fresh talent into the spotlight of the truly underground. Keep Thinking podcasts offers exclusive access to our resident DJ and artist roster mixes, which can include access to tracks that are yet to be released! Mix subscription is FREE. We hope you enjoy and please remember to suppor ...
 
A Geek Out Of Water is that moment when you realize you've been gushing about something you really love to people who aren't anywhere up to the level of fandom that you are.A Podcast where listeners are taken on a guided journey through the world of Geekdom by Australia's senseless and irresponsible version of Starsky and Hutch.Join Daniel Tinson and Ceri Hutton as they Geek out over Video Games, Movies, TV, comics and Pop Culture sharing their unique perspectives on life in a society that i ...
 
Thriving with 8 is a podcast for moms. As moms we are constantly in survival mode, but motherhood is so much more than surviving. When we learn to thrive, which is daily progression not perfection, we will have joy even while doing dishes, folding laundry, and changing diapers. Join me, Candace Larson (mother of 8), to discuss the ups and downs of being a mom so we can keep thriving!
 
The Fit to Succeed podcast broadcasts regular fitness, nutrition, lifestyle and business tips from leading experts working within the health and fitness fields. Delivering inspirational knowledge and actionable, evidence-based advice. This podcast is hosted and delivered by Nordic Fitness Education, a leading online fitness education provider.
 
dropshot is a narrative podcast series presented by Garry Hayes and Ceri Levy. It delves into the world of tennis lifestyle and culture, bringing our listeners closer to the sport. dropshot one swings into action as we spend time in Milan at the Next Gen Finals, speaking with the next generation of players breaking through on the ATP Tour. Featuring the likes of Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alex De Minuar, we tell the players' stories in their words. Other star names feature such as Novak Djokovic ...
 
The Speaking Corner is a five-part podcast series for English language teachers on techniques and tips that can help you teach speaking confidently. In each episode we'll be chatting to teachers and English language experts from around the world about the most effective ways to teach speaking skills to adult learners.
 
In association with Underbelly FUBAR Radio are hosting a month of live shows from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015! Starting on Wednesday 5th August 2015 presenters Lucy Porter, Angela Barnes, Matthew Crosby and Joey Page will be joined by a stellar line-up of guests including Brendon Burns, Hal Cruttenden, Rick Edwards, Mark Watson, Nish Kumar and many many more.
 
The Digital Sport Insider is an interview series from DigitalSport.co (http://digitalsport.co) with some of the most interesting and inspiring people who work in digital tech roles within the sports industry. Taking the lid off what it’s really like to work in the industry, how they got there and their views on what the future holds. Make sure you subscribe!
 
Listen to topical discussions on emerging technologies and how they impact digital communication strategies within large organisations. The Digital & Social Media Leadership Forum is based on the model of 'cooperative intelligence'. As a member you can tap into peer insights, engage with industry experts, share ideas with thought leaders and learn from cutting-edge startups to help you foresee developments in social business technologies and help you to lead your organisation forward.
 
From the mind that brought you very little until now, Bankwood Bear presents 'Talking Out Loud' A series of conversations with fascinating folk, alongside hearing their stories we'll be looking to answer the big questions from 'Are we Timeless?' to 'Would Buddha be down with with Playstation?'
 
‘I have written a blasphemous book’, said Melville when his novel was first published in 1851, ‘and I feel as spotless as the lamb’. Deeply subversive, in almost every way imaginable, Moby-Dick is a virtual, alternative bible – and as such, ripe for reinterpretation in this new world of new media. Out of Dominion was born its bastard child – or perhaps its immaculate conception – the Moby-Dick Big Read: an online version of Melville’s magisterial tome: each of its 135 chapters read out aloud ...
 
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As moms, we’ve got a lot going on all the time. I did a brain dump the other day of everything I’d like to be doing right now with my home, my family, my business, and my personal goals, and it was four pages long! There are only 24 hours in a day, and it is simply just NOT POSSIBLE to do it all all at once. Sadly, it is also not possible to “creat…
 
Jennifer Cerys is co-artistic director of Lemon House Theatre alongside Samia Djilli. During the current pandemic, Jennifer and Samia have created 'Lemon Lounge'; a podcast chatting to Queer artists and artists from the MENA diaspora about their experiences, and the ways in which the theatre industry needs to change so that, when doors re-open, the…
 
Due to the pandemic, the start of this school year is full of unknowns and anxiety. So how can we keep smiling, whether our kids are heading to school with a mask or staying home to do school online? Mom, teacher, and life coach Ceri Payne addresses how we can stay positive during uncertain times and how we can help our kids embrace changes in life…
 
The story of the toppling of Edward Colston's statue in Bristol became a prominent chapter in the global response to the murder of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter protests. Those events were the reasons the statue came down, but the more intriguing question is why it stayed up for so long. Why did a monument to a prominent slave trader rema…
 
Star of her own BBC Two sitcom ‘Mandy’ and Philomena Cunk herself Diane Morgan joins us in the dream restaurant this week. We’re thrilled, but is she? Diane Morgan’s sitcom ‘Mandy’ starts on BBC Two, Thursday 13th August, 9.30pm, and will be on BBC iPlayer. Follow Diane on Twitter: @missdianemorgan Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive Pr…
 
"At first I was afraid, I was petrified"... From a breakup to a shipwreck, emotional true stories of what Gloria Gaynor's iconic disco anthem I Will Survive means to different people around the world.A woman sets out to become the first female rower to cross the Atlantic solo; a woman listens to the song 35 times in a row after a breakup; a drag qu…
 
039 - Guest: Steve McGrath! Tracks from Guy Gerber, Stas Drive, Be Morais, Ross Geldart, 1MRN and more!Insta: @fourcandlesmusic // @keepthinkingmusic///Part 1 - Four Candles:1 Four Candles & Ross Geldart - Conditional (Original Mix) [Keep Thinking]2 Stateline - Tokamak (Original mix) [Keep Thinking]3 1MRN - Lost In Medina [Beatport Competition Winn…
 
It's a love song about growing old. Neil Young's Harvest Moon released in 1992 is a nod to the 1970s country rock loved by music blogger Alyson Young. It's also a grown up song about love says singer-songwriter Ricky Ross. How do you make the magic last and how do you keep love alive? People tell their stories about what the song means to them: jaz…
 
The genie wants to know how to look good naked, so we’ve invited Gok Wan for a dinner party – and it really is a party. Gok Wan’s Easy Asian is on Mondays from 10th August, 8pm on Food Network and available on dplay Follow Gok Wan on Twitter: @therealgokwan Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive Productions. Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photogr…
 
For the final time Ceri and Andy break down their thoughts on the Final and the season. First, Worst and Best comes from Dean Mears. That’s all folks!chelseapodcast.net @chelseapodcast Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh Engineered by Leon Gorman A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2020 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.…
 
Parenting is always an all-consuming and emotional endeavor, but it is uniquely intense for parents who are raising children with chronic health conditions. Whether that be a disability of some sort or a medical condition that changes the way that their child must move through the world. I get emails every day from mothers who are raising children …
 
In this weeks collaboration with Curious Arts, I chat to Alternative country and Folk singer Gem Andrews (she/her). Gem's latest album North is a gorgeous blend of memory and pain. We talk about the reality of the mainstream music industry and building her own collaborative process. Her beautiful relationship with her daughter and developing the id…
 
Personal revelation is a critical skill to teach our children. Dina Alexander has written a beautiful book, "This is the Spirit of Revelation", that outlines 4 steps in guiding our children to receive personal revelation. As parents we worry about teaching temporal skills such as cooking, laundry, and cleaning. But it's even more important to teach…
 
Comedian and writer Aparna Nancherla has booked a table in the dream restaurant this week. And, finally, James’s Diet Coke story gets an upgrade. Follow Aparna Nancherla on Twitter: @aparnapkin Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive Productions. Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design) and Amy Browne (illustrations). Follow Off Menu…
 
Ceri and Andy talk through the League’s final week, Champions League security and the Cup Final to come. Nizaar Kinsella gives his last round-up of the season and FWB comes from Matt Noakes.chelseapodcast.net @chelseapodcast Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh Engineered by Leon Gorman A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 202…
 
Hello! It has been a while! We recorded this episode back in mid-May and never uploaded it due initially to not wanting to take up space during the initial wave of protests for Black lives and against police violence and then kept delaying it because life. But here it is! This moment of joy we all had talking to our friends about whether or not we …
 
It’s always been important to me to raise children who have a broad cultural awareness. I want my children to love themselves, their little community in rural Idaho, their country, their religion, and our unique family traditions--but I also want them to know that not everyone in this world lives like us or believes like us, and that is okay! Actua…
 
Family history is so much more than names and dates- it's about real people, stories, and making a connection. We can bring family history to life by making it fun and engaging for our children. We can do this through many creative ways such as games, trips, and songs. This episode presents many ways to connect your family to each other and the pas…
 
Ravel's beautiful Pavane For A Dead Princess touches many people. While it is not actually about a dead princess it does evoke a sense loss. For Carla van Raay it symbolises the loss of innocence she experienced after sexual abuse as a child which led her to make some difficult life choices. Deal Hudson played it to prisoners in Atlanta and was mov…
 
Louis Theroux meets a genie and a maître d’ – now that’s a documentary we’d like to see. The filmmaker and author spends a weird weekend in the dream restaurant. Louis Theroux’s book ‘Gotta Get Theroux This’ is out now in paperback – buy it here Listen to Louis’s podcast, ‘Grounded with Louis Theroux’, on BBC Sounds, Apple Podcasts or wherever you …
 
What’s a frog? Well, it’s not quite a fish, and it’s not quite a lizard, but put them together and you have a stout, slimy little pal that everyone can agree on! Especially Ceri! Follow us on Twitter @SciShowTangents, where we’ll tweet out topics for upcoming episodes and you can ask the science couch questions! While you're at it, check out the Ta…
 
Ceri and Andy enjoy a week of success at Wembley and points in the League. Nizaar Kinsella reports from the semi-final and Sean O’Connor gives us his First, Worst and Best.chelseapodcast.net @chelseapodcast Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh Engineered by Leon Gorman A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2020 Playback Media L…
 
Do you worry about your social media usage and how it might be affecting your kids? If so, you’re not alone. Most mothers I know struggle to find a balance between being present in their everyday lives and engaging with media that they value online. I struggle with this balance every day, particularly since I started 3 in 30. For a while there, I f…
 
Episode 11 of Audio Queer is with the wonderful Mandy and Danni from Sail Creative. In this conversation, we discuss the vision of pushing forward their continued activism in Sail Creative's collaborations with brands such as IWeigh and Curious Arts, the struggles growing up in heteronormative coastal towns and their journey to self-acceptance. The…
 
This week meet choreographer, dancer and performer, Patrick Ziza (he/him). For Audio Queer in collaboration with Curious Arts, we discuss actively bringing social justice and change as a community back into main house theatre spaces. We also chat about the power in using movement as a form of therapy and Patrick's work bringing Dandyism to the stre…
 
Summary: In many aspects of life women and men have a basic right to be equal! However, the debate still continues as to whether men and women should be performing physical training and exercise the same. Both genders certainly can train the same if they wish, but is that the most effective thing to be doing in terms of overall health and in trying…
 
"How are you?" used to be a throwaway question, but the pandemic has given it new meaning. Former spin-doctor Alastair Campbell, now a prominent mental health campaigner, asks high-profile people from sport, politics and entertainment how they've coped with life's new realities. Their answers have something to say to all of us.…
 
The surprising history behind a track made famous by Nina Simone. Feeling Good was written for a now obscure musical and originally performed by Cy Grant, the first black man to appear regularly on British TV. Cy Grant's daughter, Samantha Moxon, describes her father's extraordinary life from Prisoner of War camp to a successful career in the arts.…
 
The restaurant’s re-opened (with new Covid precautions) and the first guest of series 4 is Romesh Ranganathan! Romesh is in his garage, Ed's in his home and the genie’s in his lamp. Listen to Romesh’s podcast ‘Hip Hop Saved My Life’ on Acast Follow Romesh on Twitter and Instagram: @RomeshRanga Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive Product…
 
The Tangents crew needed to get out and enjoy some summer sun, so this week we're reposting our classic Bees episode! Tune in next week for a new episode! Do you ever just wonder, “are the bees doing okay?” They’re so important to our food industry and native ecosystems, and every couple of years it seems like something horribly bad is happening to…
 
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