Best Clementine podcasts we could find (Updated September 2019)
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Clementine
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An app to help women with confidence, sleep and anxiety
 
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I am Salt Lake
Weekly
 
Interviews and conversations with people that are making stuff happen in the Salt Lake City, Utah area. New episode comes out every Monday! Visit the website iamsaltlake.com
 
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I am Salt Lake
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Interviews and conversations with people that are making stuff happen in the Salt Lake City, Utah area. New episode comes out every Monday! Visit the website iamsaltlake.com
 
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Love & Liberation
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A podcast about relationship and consciousness: exploring and sharing wisdom and methods to relate with ourselves, each other and our greater world. Listen to conversations and musings on spiritual philosophy, intimacy, communication, and the many pathways to becoming more free, connected, curious, joyful and fulfilled. Hosted by Olivia Clementine
 
Clementine is a writer and musician living in San Francisco. In this podcast, she reads entries in the blog www.blissanddrumming.com, in which she connects her spiritual practice with her life as a drummer in hard rock bands. Clementine teaches meditation and offers energy healing at www.awakeningthetrueself.com. For more on her music career, visit www.clemthegreat.com.
 
Exploring historical mysteries and legendary figures of the American South. Hosted by Shannon Ballard
 
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Purple Clementine
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Interview with feminist commentator and columnist for Fairfax's Daily Life, Clementine Ford, on the word 'slut' and its place in our modern culture.
 
Jeff Pearlman's weekly in-depth, no-holds-barred conversation with a writer on writing. Available here and on iTunes
 
S E S S I O N S. 0ne take’n it like Liam. Providing u conscious content per carpe diem#thoughtsoutloud
 
The children's literature podcast
 
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Rite Ways Radio
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Amplifying the Voices of Youth Development & Modern Rites of Passage
 
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Long Tails Live
Monthly
 
 
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On The Rag
Monthly
 
Every month join Alex Casey, Leonie Hayden and Michele A'Court to look at, laugh at and question the state of women in pop culture, news and the world.
 
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Mastertapes
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John Wilson talks with musicians about a career-defining album, and a live audience also puts questions. Featuring exclusive live performances.
 
The Worldwide Leader in TV Discussion
 
A weekly podcast about the life of a married couple in London by a married couple in London. Focusing on topics and issues within the British Asian community, as well as popular culture and weekly news, mixed with humour, debate, bickering and bantering! Hosted by Swami Baracus (@swamibaracus) & Jyojo B. (@jyojo_b)
 
We share news, products and ideas with you so we can all make the web a brighter place to be.
 
Podcast by Axelle Magazine
 
The wedding advice circle is broken. Bridal magazines and wedding experts are shouting advice, but it's clear that no one's listening. We're in Facebook groups and Slack channels every day seeing the same questions about weddings—and when we see a problem, we want to fix it. So since you asked... listen to our take.
 
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Narratives
Monthly
 
Meanjin publishes essays, fiction, memoir and poetry. Narratives is our new monthly podcast, with each episode featuring a Meanjin author reading their work.
 
Authors, readings, conversations, poets: it's an irresistible mix of fine words and ideas. Presented by Jonathan Green and Tess Smurthwaite, after a three-year break, the Meanjin podcast is back.
 
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The Misandry Hour
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The Misandry Hour is a monthly feminist podcast hosted by Clementine Ford. Each episode will address a different theme with different women appearing to share their views and expertise. Everyone involved in the production and presentation of The Misandry Hour is paid for their time. Warning: these episodes contain strong language, challenging ideas and women who don't care what men think of them.
 
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Stella Podcast
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A podcast celebrating Australian women's writing and hosting conversations about gender and literature
 
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Super Wavecast
Monthly
 
Welcome to The Super Wavecast, a Super Smash Bros Podcast featuring top players, community figures, and personalities joining host Dylan
 
Rosie Motene is a Pan-African media proprietor. Her podcasts are focused around her three passions in life: women, Africa and the arts. Listen as she unpacks issues that all have a Pan-African feel.
 
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County Wide Music
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County Wide music, interviews, and discussions. Free music from County Wide.
 
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Bookish Friends
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A podcast about books... with friends!Join these bookworms as they share their love of books by discussing and reviewing new releases, old favourites and more.
 
This is the Everything's Taken Podcast. We talk about whatever, whenever, however - mostly games & pop culture - nothing is off limits! Plus, funny stories, legendary tales told by the American & Australian duo that is Erek & Wood.
 
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Ladies, First
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There is so much more to the elite sorority of first ladies than fashion and state dinners, and that is what Ladies, First and its lineup of guest experts will explore. This podcast will take an informative and entertaining look at our first ladies’ legacies and how their leadership has shaped our nation and the international community.
 
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Popcorn
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Podcasts for the blog 'Words On A Whim'. This blog began as a life blog, talking about my own spells of mental health issues, and all the other rocks life has thrown into my paths. I found comfort in talking about what I'd been through, and specifically about ways I was learning to understand more about mental health and feel happier. This podcast series for World Mental Health Day, includes discussions with all kinds of people talking all about mental health, in a fight to remove the stigma ...
 
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Arizona Music Podcast
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Here to talk all things music and all things Arizona. We intend to bring insightful interviews and sessions to you about not only music, but the people who make art in general possible in and around this state. If you'd like to be on the show you can contact us at: arizonamusicpodcast@gmail.comMusicians, engineers, photographers, promoters, security etc. all welcome to join! We want to capture AZ music from ALL angles.
 
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Super Normal
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Super Normal takes people from all areas of society and shares their stories. As a young journalist trying to make her way in the media industry, Sam Sedlack has worked in media environments where exploitation and obligatory diversity occurred. In this new podcast, she hopes to get back to her roots of creating media with a purpose and a clear message: we are all human. Super Normal releases new episodes on Monday's. Produced and hosted by Sam Sedlack, theme music by Mike Tedesco. Super Norm ...
 
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From the blog http://www.blissanddrumming.com, Clementine reads this piece.***I want to say that opening oneself to be vulnerable feels like flying. First you have to push yourself out of the plane, out of the open door through the barrier of fear: fat and sappy and dumb and weak. But once you get over the ledge, once you think, you know what? ...…
 
On finding something interesting in limited time with Baker Mayfield; on morphing from writer to all-around media professional; on whether it's OK to cheer for a sport; on perceptions of women in sports journalism; on the complexities of profiling Tyreek Hill.
 
Grady Stiles was a freak show performer, known as Lobster Boy, who was found murdered in his Gibstonton, Florida home in November of 1992. A detective wondered why none of his family seemed shocked or disappointed that he had been murdered. Lobster Boy’s dark secrets would soon be revealed, along with a plan to end his life. Find full show note ...…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to chat with local Salt Lake City musician, Clark Cannon. We find out his story. We talk about what got Clark interested in playing music, why he picked the bass guitar, bands that he currently plays with, bands that he has played with, and tips & suggestions to newbies that might want to ge ...…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to chat with local Salt Lake City musician, Clark Cannon. We find out his story. We talk about what got Clark interested in playing music, why he picked the bass guitar, bands that he currently plays with, bands that he has played with, and tips & suggestions to newbies that might want to ge ...…
 
For today’s new episode of The Native Immigrants Podcast, we look back at this year’s London Mela! We discuss being the only people in the press room with a Baby, talk art with Inkquisitive, discuss diversity for Asian acting roles with Ameet Chana, ask DJ Ritu about the progression of women in the British Asian music scene, chat with Monty Pan ...…
 
In 1994 and 1995, as a fresh-out-of-college journalist, I couldn't get out of my own way. I was arrogant, dismissive, smug, juvenile, error-prone and painfully dumb. This is my story.
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to sit down with the founder of Humans of Salt Lake City, Mike Angelieri. We get to find out his story. We find out what motivated Mike to start Humans of Salt Lake City, obstacles he had to overcome when he started this project 6 years ago, his process of how he conducts the interviews, and ...…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to sit down with the founder of Humans of Salt Lake City, Mike Angelieri. We get to find out his story. We find out what motivated Mike to start Humans of Salt Lake City, obstacles he had to overcome when he started this project 6 years ago, his process of how he conducts the interviews, and ...…
 
ex Casey, Leonie Hayden, Michèle A’Court tackle the past month in women, with thanks to our friends at The Women’s Bookshop. Mother Earth? What about Father Earth?! In cool news, the world is on fire and some men aren't using reusable bags because they think it makes them look less masculine. There's also the scarily familiar story JJ Feeney ta ...…
 
On how a soon-to-be 80-year-old scribe transitions from typewriter to computer; on seeing the real Roger Clemens; on having the subject of your profile call your wife to say you're cheating on her; on a bond with Tom Seaver; on flip phone life.
 
In 1734, Alice Riley became the first person to be executed in the colony of Georgia. The servant was tried and convicted, alongside fellow servant, Richard White, for the murder of their master. Were the two guilty of planning and carrying out the murder? Or did Irish-Catholic prejudice lead to their conviction? Find full show notes for this e ...…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to sit down with the founder of Hammer Spring Distillers, JP Bernier. We find out his story. We find out what motivated him to start a distillery here in Utah, obstacles he has faced a long the way, the products he distills, and we even found out what inspired him to start making pancake syr ...…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to sit down with the founder of Hammer Spring Distillers, JP Bernier. We find out his story. We find out what motivated him to start a distillery here in Utah, obstacles he has faced a long the way, the products he distills, and we even found out what inspired him to start making pancake syr ...…
 
Got a wedding planning question? This week we sat down with recent newlywed, Dana Putman! We discussed questions, like: Should I do a bridesmaid proposal? Is a long or short engagement better? Is it a bad idea to cut my hair a month before the wedding? And more! >> Follow @danaariel on Instagram for more inspiration and ideas. >> For more weddi ...…
 
After a week discussing all things music, the B's are back to tackling the hot topics of agenda on today's new episode:Here's what they dissect this week (timecodes included!):(04:00) The Native Immigrants look back at feedback from their last episode on the History Of British Asian Music, including who they missed out mentioning.(14:20) A big ...…
 
On covering high schools while simultaneously taking photographs while simultaneously keeping stats while simultaneously putting a section together; on existence at his 8,000-circulation daily newspaper; on how to treat young athletes.
 
About the Show: Folk Hogan is one of our favorite local bands so it was awesome to bring Moses & Canyon on this episode of the podcast and have them on to tell us all about their new album release, Behold. They also of course shared some funny band tour stories and everything else in between since the last time they have been on the podcast. Im ...…
 
About the Show: Folk Hogan is one of our favorite local bands so it was awesome to bring Moses & Canyon on this episode of the podcast and have them on to tell us all about their new album release, Behold. They also of course shared some funny band tour stories and everything else in between since the last time they have been on the podcast. Im ...…
 
It’s our 50th episode! We’re so excited that we’ve hit this milestone, so to celebrate, we consulted the members of our Love Club—aka the wedding brands and vendors featured on lovestoriestv.com—to answer this week’s questions! Seriously, you do NOT want to miss this episode! We discussed wedding planning questions, like: Can I still include fl ...…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to sit down with the founder of Social Axe Throwing, Brayden Floyd. We get to find out his story. We talk about what motivated him to open up Utah's very first social axe throwing, obstacles he faced & how he overcame them, social axe throwing competitions, and of course we find out just how ...…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to sit down with the founder of Social Axe Throwing, Brayden Floyd. We get to find out his story. We talk about what motivated him to open up Utah's very first social axe throwing, obstacles he faced & how he overcame them, social axe throwing competitions, and of course we find out just how ...…
 
On jumping onto a huge beat at a huge newspaper at a young age; on the awkwardness of the clubhouse approach; on life without Bryce Harper and life with Juan Soto; on surviving an eternal season of Major League Baseball.
 
The murder of Helen Clevenger is one of Asheville, North Carolina’s most infamous crimes. In July of 1936, the 18 year old college student was murdered in a room at the Battery Park Hotel. A hotel employee was tried, convicted and executed for the murder but his conviction remains highly contested. In fact, some people say his conviction was a ...…
 
Got a music question? This week we sat down with Kaylin Lee Clinton, the lead singer of Blue Opal Jazz! We discussed questions, like: How do I even start looking for a band? Is a do-not-play list rude? Will I regret not hiring a band? And more! >> Follow @blueopaljazz on Instagram and visit blueopaljazz.com to learn more. >> Check out Blue Opal ...…
 
Simply put, this two-hour epic episode is the definitive history of British Asian Music!Well... it's our favourites anyway! We look back from the early 80s all the way to tomorrow's next generation of British Asian artist, and discuss how the sound has changed and it can progress and develop going forward. Listen in for a trip down memory lane! ...…
 
On whether family drama is fair game in poetry; on the incredible power of the word "meat"; on the chance meeting with a long-ago girlfriend on a Brooklyn street and a sprig of lavender.
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to sit down and chat with local Salt Lake City chef, Anny Sooksri. We find out her story. We get to talk about the history and inspiration behind opening the local Salt Lake City area restaurant; Tea Rose Diner, Chabaar, Beyond Thai, Siam Noodle Bar, and Fav Bistro. We also get to talk about ...…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to sit down and chat with local Salt Lake City chef, Anny Sooksri. We find out her story. We get to talk about the history and inspiration behind opening the local Salt Lake City area restaurant; Tea Rose Diner, Chabaar, Beyond Thai, Siam Noodle Bar, and Fav Bistro. We also get to talk about ...…
 
This week we sat down with bride-to-be and friend of the pod, Ari Hershey to chat all things planning as she plans her October 2019 New Mexico wedding! We discussed questions, like: Who should be my maid of honor? How do I figure out this plus one situation? Is it ok for a guest to propose at someone else’s wedding? And more! Plus Ari let us bo ...…
 
On her past life as a heroine addict and dealer who spent two years in prison; on witnessing executions; on seeking to improve life for people behind bars—and having the empathy and experience to do so.
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we sit down with local Salt Lake City recovering drug addict & former dealer, Cody Egbert. Cody shares his story. We talk about how Cody first got introduced to drugs and what life was like for him as a drug addict here in Salt Lake City. We also got to talk about what got him into dealing drugs, w ...…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we sit down with local Salt Lake City recovering drug addict & former dealer, Cody Egbert. Cody shares his story. We talk about how Cody first got introduced to drugs and what life was like for him as a drug addict here in Salt Lake City. We also got to talk about what got him into dealing drugs, w ...…
 
Got a budget question? This week we sat down with Jessica Bishop, founder of Budget Savvy Bride! We discussed questions, like: Is a wedding planner really worth it? How do we spend less on the bar? What should we cut right away if we have a strict budget? And more! >> Follow @budgetsavvybride on Instagram and visit thebudgetsavvybride.com to le ...…
 
Alex Casey, Leonie Hayden, Michèle A’Court tackle the past month in women, with thanks to our friends at The Women’s Bookshop. This month on On the Rag, we have a lot of making up to do after skipping out on our July episode. You haven't missed much though, because Brian Tamaki is still screaming about abortion being premeditated murder! As if ...…
 
After an extended break, The Native Immigrants return with a new episode and begin with a domestic argument to kick things off!Here's what they dissect this week (timecodes included!):(07:40) The Native Immigrants look back at feedback from their last episode regarding Pride, including one of their first trolls and two new amazing podcast revie ...…
 
On proposing, then writing a political book in a year of 800 other political books; on arranging an interview with the president of the United States, then sitting across from him for 40 minutes; on catching political figures off guard and having them open up; on the never-to-be Super Bowl champion Detroit Lions.…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we sit down and talk with a retired Salt Lake City police officer, Isaac Atencio. He shares his story. Isaac served for the SLCPD for 27 years and worked many different positions including vice, gang suppression, narcotics, motors squad, SWAT, and gang investigations. We talk about what life was li ...…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we sit down and talk with a retired Salt Lake City police officer, Isaac Atencio. He shares his story. Isaac served for the SLCPD for 27 years and worked many different positions including vice, gang suppression, narcotics, motors squad, SWAT, and gang investigations. We talk about what life was li ...…
 
Got a photography question? This week we sat down with Jainé Kershner, owner of Brklyn View Photography! We discussed questions, like: What questions should I ask before booking a photographer? Are first looks a must or a no way? Are engagement photos always included with a wedding package? And more! >> Follow @brklynview on Instagram and visit ...…
 
On the details and complexities behind his marvelous Boston Globe Magazine profile of Red Sox broadcaster Dennis Eckersley; on trying to convince a subject to allow you to drive along for a ride; on his time as a 24-year-old editor.
 
In November 1954, Ann Hodges was resting in her Oak Grove, Alabama home when a meteorite crashed through her roof and hit her. She became the only known human being to survive a meteorite strike. Ann was thrown into a media spotlight she never wanted and learned that fame can cause more damage than a meteorite landing on your hip. Read full sho ...…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to sit down and chat with Jeff Miller, General Manager of Mark Miller Subaru. We get to find out his story. We also get into the history of Mark Miller, the early days of car dealerships here in Salt Lake City, and why being active in the local community is important them them. We also get t ...…
 
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we got to sit down and chat with Jeff Miller, General Manager of Mark Miller Subaru. We get to find out his story. We also get into the history of Mark Miller, the early days of car dealerships here in Salt Lake City, and why being active in the local community is important them them. We also get t ...…
 
Got a stationery question? This week we sat down with Carly Martin, owner of Clementine Studio! We discussed questions, like: How early should I book a stationer? How much can I expect to spend on wedding stationery? How do you politely ask for late RSVPs? And more! >> Follow @clementinestudio on Instagram and visit theclementinestudio.com to l ...…
 
From the blog http://www.blissanddrumming.com, Clementine reads this piece.***A funny thing happened during a recent weekends of shows. An unease settled on me, and I felt myself raw and overly sensitive to the slights of others. Maybe it had to do with the heat and humidity of the Midwest weather, or maybe I’ve just been alone too much for a w ...…
 
On how one turns his words into hip-hop; on mixing and matching sounds; on what it is to stroll a Kentucky stage naked while holding a stuffed penis; on whether it's OK to rap about shooting the president; on finding meaning in music and the overrated non-joy of appearing on MTV.
 
About the Show: On this episode of the show we sit down with the founder of PC Laptops, Dan Young aka Dan The Laptop Man. He shares his story. We find out what brought to Utah, how he got started working with computers, the beginning days of PC Laptops, a obstacles he had to overcome. We also of course talk about what Dan loves about living in ...…
 
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