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Best Colson podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Colson podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Every week Colson Smith, Ben Price and Jack P. Shepherd set aside an evening to settle down on the sofa together to watch a movie. The problem is they don’t always agree on what to stick on the box. Colson loves watching (and singing along to) films like Hannah Montana, whereas Ben and Jack rate, critique and discuss films like Goodfellas and Alien. But for the Sofa Cinema Club, the lads are making an exception. Ben and Jack have agreed to watch films Colson likes in return for him watching ...
 
The Academy Award®–winning team behind Slumdog Millionaire discuss their new film at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London. 127 Hours is the true story of mountain climber Aron Ralston’s (James Franco) remarkable adventure to save himself after a falling boulder crashes on his arm and traps him in an isolated slot canyon in Utah. Over the next five days, Ralston battles the elements and his own demons to finally discover he has the courage and the wherewithal to extricate himself by any m ...
 
This podcast's mission is to discuss junior tennis with a focus on the journey and process of player development. We discuss trends in junior development and promote tennis events at all levels, including college, Futures, Challengers, ATP/WTA, and local events. We would like to invite our audience to share our experience raising competitive junior tennis players in the USA. We will discuss the highs and lows of being a Payer as we watch our players.
 
The State of Ready strives to educate, train, and infuse technology into Emergency Management. Our weekly podcast is designed to inform everyone of trends, tips, and experience from a variety of viewpoints to help develop new ideas that solve problems within your community. It is our aim to bring an awareness of technology to Emergency Managers and those interested in emergency preparedness.
 
DriveThruHR is a captivating, easy-to-digest, and occasionally irreverent lunchtime discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Our 30 minute shows 30-minutes include our guest and host(s) discussing a variety of topics including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR. Hosted by @MikeVanDervort @RobinSchooling @DwaneLay and @TheOneCrystal. Running continuously since February 1, 2010. #DTHR
 
How do you truly connect with others and lead with empathy? Why is heart disease different for women? What can we do to make addiction treatment more accessible and more successful? How can you maintain the balance between rising in your field and taking care of your family? Charged, a new podcast from Mass General, is devoted to answering these questions and many more. We’ll be uncovering the stories of the relentless daily pursuit to break boundaries and provide exceptional care. In each e ...
 
Each week, the Drunk Guys tackle a famous book while drinking #Craftbeer matching the book, characters, themes, etc. What beer goes with Orwell’s 1984? Founder’s Dissenter IPA, of course. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow? Seven pumpkin beers. A great #Podcast for readers, drinkers, or anyone with a raunchy sense of humor. Way better than English class. Find us at @drunkguysbc (twitter) or https://drunkguysbookclub.com
 
THE FOOD SEEN explores the intersections of food, art & design, and how chefs and artists alike are amalgamating those ideas, using food as their muse & medium across a multitude of media. Host, Michael Harlan Turkell, talks with fellow photographers, food stylists, restaurateurs, industrial and interior designers; all the players that make the world so visually delicious, that want to eat with your eyes.
 
Created, produced, and edited by Brittain Fellow Lauren Neefe, Flash Readings features Georgia Tech's Brittain Fellows presenting their current research. Each brief episode is organized into five segments—Subject, Object, Logic, Project, Where to Check It Out—that document a conversation between two Fellows, offering a succinct, cogent display of the scholarship driving the experimental pedagogy Georgia Tech's Writing and Communication Program is known for.
 
Want to join a book club but don't have time? Did you just finish a book you loved, but you don't have anyone to talk with? Wish you knew more about the books everyone is talking about? The Big Book Club Podcast is for you! Each month on the podcast our librarian-bibliophile hosts will share their insights and reactions to a buzz-worthy book. We'll feature popular books, books in the news, classics worth a second look, and titles coming to a theater near you - the books Arlington readers are ...
 
Looking for a good book? Let host Cornelius Peter and a rotating group of comedians, authors,and entertainers recommend the next ‘page turner’ that you NEED to have on your night stand.! !!!Each week your host Cornelius Peter interviews an ever changing group of comedians, authors,and entertainers and asks each to bring in a book recommendation to share with our audience.It can be any book, any genre, anything at all, so long as it’s a book that they LIKED. We don’treview ‘em, we just recomm ...
 
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On this first episode of Late Night Lit, Late Night's new literary podcast, supervising producer Sarah Jenks-Daly talks to two-time Pulitzer winning author Colson Whitehead. She also speaks with Danielle Mullen, founder of Semicolon, the only black female owned bookstore in Chicago. Plus, hear some book recommendations from members of the Late Nigh…
 
On this week’s Future Brew, Von Lozon chats with 2021 four-star linebacker commit Junior Colson about how close he is with Michigan’s class and the coaches, the high goals he is setting for himself when he gets to college, and much more. Then, Von and Jon Simmons discuss what Colson had to say, as well as the upcoming decision date for 2021 four-st…
 
Today's Guests: Sacramento County Department of Health Services director Dr. Peter Beilenson discusses the status of COVID-19 in the region ahead of the holiday weekend Pulitzer Prize-winning author Colson Whitehead talks about his 2019 book “The Nickel Boys: A Novel’ and plans for his next book CapRadio Executive Vice President and General Manager…
 
Anna and Annie discuss the Miles Franklin shortlist and the Booker Prize statement. Our book of the week is The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead. This novel set in a reform school in Florida in the 1970s is the follow-up to his multi-award winning The Underground Railroad. Whitehead won the 2020 Pulitzer Prize, becoming only the fourth author to win…
 
What will be the long-term impact of the Supreme Court's rulings on religious freedom this term? Will religious individuals enjoy the same protections that religious institutions do? John Stonestsreet and Shane Morris give their perspective on the Court's decisions as well as on a letter on the dangers of cancel culture signed by left-of-center lum…
 
Join Michael on the Friday lunch edition of Drive Thru HR when he will be talking HR With Kris Dunn aka The HR Capitalist We will discussing some NBA, some of KD's book and where the Talent market is heading...or not. And of course, it wouldn't be a conversion with KD unless you talk a little hoops - specifically Covid and the NBA Bubble in Orlando…
 
In this hour, David Cay Johnston, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist specializing in economics and tax issues, joins Stephen Henderson to talk about the recent US Supreme Court decision about President Trump's tax returns. Plus, Chalkbeat reporter Koby Levin on a multistate lawsuit against US Education Secretary Betsy DeVos about whether or not pr…
 
To do or to say something insufficiently progressive these days risks the wrath of what’s being called “cancel-culture.” A mostly young and mostly online gaggle of so-called “social justice warriors” will attempt to silence anyone they deem to hold views sufficiently problematic or insufficiently “woke.” So far, the list of cancel-culture’s casualt…
 
Legendary Motown producer and songwriter Lamont Dozier shares the true stories behind some of Motown's biggest hits. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Stuart Berman unpack Kanye West's presidential run announcement, as well as Lady Antebellum's lawsuit to use the name Lady A, which Seattle blues singer Anita White has used for more …
 
In this hour, Stephen Henderson speaks with Alan Wald, H. Chandler Davis Collegiate Professor Emeritus in the Department of American Culture at the University of Michigan, studies 20th-century U.S. cultural left. Wald and Henderson discuss the themes of Ellison's Invisible Man and how they relate to this moment of racial reckoning in 2020.…
 
In a somewhat dizzying (but which will be seen, I think, as pivotal) few weeks at the Supreme Court, religious freedom has taken center stage. In two significant decisions yesterday, the Court protected our First Amendment’s First Freedom. The first case, Little Sisters of the Poor v. Pennsylvania, was the third time a group of nuns visited the nat…
 
Golden Globe-winning comedian Ramy Youssef talks about his eponymous series Ramy, how he finds humour in religion, and the role of comedy in 2020. Oscar-winning screenwriter Charlie Kaufman discusses his debut novel Antkind, a surreal and satirical story about a film critic who's trying to rescue a classic movie from obscurity. Maitreyi Ramakrishna…
 
In this hour, Stephen Henderson speaks with Rebecca Blumenstein and Professor Lori Tharps of Temple University about the change by many news organizations to make the B in Black a capital when referring to members of the African diaspora. Plus, WSU President M Roy Wilson on graduation rates and reopening in the Fall.…
 
In his 1996, essay entitled “Sorry, But Your Soul Just Died,” the late essayist Tom Wolfe predicted that new technologies (such as functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging or fMRI) would soon render our traditional ideas about the “soul,” the “mind,” the “self,” and "free will” obsolete. In their place would be a “brilliant dawn” of “Ultimate Skeptici…
 
The idea that children who exhibit anything but stereotypical behavior must be transgender has taken our society by storm, and now anything but "affirming" treatment is seen as abusive. But what are we to make of entire peer groups of teenage girls deciding together that they were born in the wrong bodies and are actually boys? Of children being su…
 
Jim Carrey and Dana Vachon talk about co-authoring the actor's new semi-autobiographical novel Memoirs and Misinformation, which melds fact with fiction — and turns Rodney Dangerfield into a rhinoceros. Tech and culture journalist Alyssa Bereznak unpacks the controversy around the recent wave of prominent YouTubers who are issuing apologies for the…
 
Seth talks to authors C. Pam Zhang ("How Much of These Hills Is Gold") and Sarah Kendzior ("Hiding in Plain Sight"). Be on the lookout for Late Night Lit, our new podcast franchise, in this feed tomorrow. That episode features Late Night producer Sarah Jenks-Daly interviewing acclaimed author Colson Whitehead and Semicolon bookstore owner Danielle …
 
Join Michael and guest Nick Kalm, founder and President of the Chicago-based communications consulting firm Reputation Partners. Over the past 30+ years, Nick has worked with hundreds of leading corporations, non-profits, and academic organizations and their leadership teams to enhance, protect, and restore their reputations. With a hybrid backgrou…
 
The Drunk Guys now have a Patreon! If you enjoy the show, support us by buying us a beer over at patreon.com/drunkguysbookclub! The Drunk Guys Split their livers into seven pieces this week when they discuss Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by JK Rowling for our final episode of seasonBy The Drunk Guys Book Club
 
In this hour, Stephen Henderson speaks with Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence about police reform legislation and then Brian Stone, English Editor of the Yemeni American News and David Good, longtime journalist, author of “Orvie: The Dictator of Dearborn” and member of the Dearborn Historical Commission discuss the legacy of Dearborn's Orville Hubbard.…
 
In this episode of the Life and Football podcast our special guest was Coach Frederick Hall. Coach Hall owns and operates Football Recruiting Camps and a Football Recruiting Service for HighSchool Players. Hall runs his recruiting services out of Texas. Hall started his recruiting service wanting help GETTING HIGH SCHOOL KIDS NOTICED AND ON TO COLL…
 
Grammy Award-winning producer and sound engineer David Strickland tells us how his Indigenous heritage shaped the making of his new album, Spirit of Hip Hop. Grammy Award-winning banjoist Béla Fleck discusses the re-release of his film, Throw Down Your Heart, which explores the racialized history of the banjo. On the 35th anniversary of Murder, She…
 
Organizational and HR Leaders have faced some challenging times over the last several months while navigating the turbulent waters of “work in the time of a global pandemic.” In addition to business continuity and sustainability they’ve had to reflect and review (continuously) how they’re putting their VALUES into action. This year, more than ever …
 
A few days ago, a colleague shared comments he and his wife get when people find out they have seven kids: “Are they all yours?” “Were they all planned?” “What are you, Mormon?” And, most awkward of all: “You know what causes that, right?” This kind of reaction to large families, which I’ve gotten with only four kids, reveals the assumptions about …
 
The author of Crazy Rich Asians and Rich People Problems, Kevin Kwan, talks about his latest novel of love among the jet-setting mega-rich, Sex and Vanity. On this week's screen panel, John Semley and Kathleen Newman-Bremang discuss the impact of white voice actors stepping down from their roles as non-white animated characters. Polaris Prize-nomin…
 
It might be the biggest stumbling block for modern non-believers: The Christian view of sex. Why, as author Sam Alberry asks in his new book, does God care who I sleep with?" Sam Alberry, pastor, speaker for Ravi Zacharias International Ministry, and visiting professor at Cedarville University joins Shane Morris today on the BreakPoint Podcast. Res…
 
Anna and Amanda discuss the Australian government's Arts package announced recently. Our book of the week is Breasts and Eggs by Mieko Kawakami translated by Sam Bett and David Boyd. Kawakami is a feminist icon in Japan. She has been profiled in the New York Times, praised by Haruki Murakami and has won the prestigious Akutagawa Prize. This novel e…
 
John Stonestreet and Shane Morris discuss last week's momentous Supreme Court decisions: one that handcuffs states that try to restrict abortion, and one that protects religious institutions--especially schools--from discrimination by the government. Also on today's program: China's new security law could spell the end of democratic Hong Kong. Will…
 
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