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Britney Spears has been under a permanent conservatorship since 2008. All financial and personal decisions must be approved by her conservators, including her father, Jamie Spears. Britney has earned hundreds of millions of dollars during this time, performing and touring extensively, while being deemed too impaired by the courts to be in control of her life. Britney is one of the most recognizable celebrities in the world, yet very little of the massive media coverage she generates has focu ...
 
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Find out what happens when women break the rules - those unwritten but all too real bullsh*t expectations of how we should live our lives. Cristen Conger and Caroline Ervin (formerly Stuff Mom Never Told You) tackle questions through their trademark obsessive research, stories from rule-breakin’ ladies and a solid dose of delightful feminist rage.
 
I'm a ☝🏽 woman army. Welcome to my crazy world! 🤔Sit back relax and enjoy the ride 🤷🏽‍♀️... IG: chaposcorner Facebook: Chapos Corner Twitter: Chaposcorner Email: FireChapoForPresident@petlover.com SC: Chapo Lindsay Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chaposcorner/support
 
Emily D Baker is everyone’s favorite legal commentator and the host of The Emily Show where she gives a fresh take on legal commentary in the news and pop culture stories you want to talk about. With her signature smarts, sass, and cursey words, you’ll laugh out loud as you learn how to think critically about the facts behind the headlines. Of course, it wouldn’t be The Emily Show if there weren’t some (okay many) stories from her 10+ years as a LA County Deputy District Attorney. As a YouTu ...
 
Welcome to a new podcast series from the Business Post on legal affairs in Ireland and beyond. In this series, hosts Peter Leonard, barrister, and Mark Tottenham, barrister and author, are joined by Catherine Sanz, legal correspondent of the Business Post, to shine a light on legal topics and court cases, as well as offering interviews with high profile figures from the legal world.
 
On the Distrust & Disparities podcast we explore cases of medical inequalities and injustices faced by Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. We examine the unique barriers and challenges BIPOC encounter while navigating the American healthcare system. We discuss how BIPOC often feel unseen and unheard when seeking medical care. And we dive into the origins of racial bias within the healthcare system. We also highlight organizations and individuals working with marginalized communities to d ...
 
Senior director of Billboard charts Keith Caulfield and Billboard executive digital director, West Coast Katie Atkinson offer weekly Billboard chart breakdowns, discuss the hottest music news and cover the year’s biggest musical events. Casual pop fans, chart junkies and everyone in between are invited to this weekly half-hour discussion.
 
You are Your Uterus is a podcast that seeks to fill the gap left by most history texts and courses. Specifically, the podcast will examine the historical roots of our society‘s entrenched sexism. By understanding these roots, the listener will comprehend current events and issues about women and their status in the community and society. The podcast releases every fifteen days.
 
An investigative podcast that delves into the world's most curious and complex stories. In season one we’re unpacking the story of Britney Spears and talking to the people who were there to examine how the media, her family and the general public have played a part in Britney losing control of her career, her money and her life.
 
The American mental health system is broken beyond repair. Rather than trying to tweak a system which fails everyone, it is time to commit to a bold vision for a better way forward. This podcast explores the American system against the plumb line of an international best practice, recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO), in Trieste, Italy. The 40-year old Trieste model demonstrates how a community-based treatment system upholds the human rights of the people served.The Trieste stor ...
 
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You know that feeling when you read the news and have so many more questions? We know people like you. We are people like you. RadioEd taps into the University of Denver’s deep pool of bright brains to explore new takes on today’s top stories.
 
This is a monthly podcast where friends Morgana and Elle chat about a topic that has caught their eyes this week, from discussions about influencer culture, feminism and sustainability to Love Island and what they’ve been eating this week. We hope you enjoy! Please rate and review, we value all feedback. Twitter: @fajitastonight Instagram: @ellpicton @morganachess
 
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Johnny Parker, Necole Credille, Crystal Nunez

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Coverage and platform of: Inspirational stories, spirituality, individuality, morals, societal trends, finance, the meaning of life, and a whole host of other topics which spark the interest of everyone. Each and every individual can experience a taste of their SelfCulture while listening to ours.
 
A Britney Spears podcast breaking down all iconic moments from Britney Spears' life, career, and everything in between. Tevin (and occasionally, some friends) walk you through each iconic moment filled with unfiltered commentary and so many pop culture references, you'll have to keep Google open to catch them all. This Britney podcast is not just for stans, it's for everyone who has ever had an interest in Britney Spears. Follow Tevin on Twitter and Instagram @tevinjc.
 
The Investors Unite Podcast is a look at government overreach and secrecy and its impact on American taxpayers, public policy and law. For years, the federal government has tried to hide its misuse of authority with regard to Fannie Mae and Mac. The Investors Unite podcast features discussions to help you untangle the facts.
 
The LOMAH Podcast is an award winning show that runs topical series deep diving into an issue for 10-12 episodes with interviews from expert guests, including self advocates. Your host, Kim, has a teenage daughter with level 3 non speaking autism who will require 24/7 support the rest of her life. Like many parents, Kim has a lot of important questions. She does not claim to know the answers for her child nor yours but does promise to search for them and share what she is discovering along t ...
 
MEET ESSIE BERRY Essie Berry led a somewhat private life before her husband’s death in 2003. There is no information about her life before marrying the actor Fred Rerun Berry in 1999, except that she attended Hair Design and cosmetology school in the late ’80s,She married Berry in 1999, and they had no children, although Berry fathered three kids in his previous marriages Essie is a civil rights activist. She has a YouTube channel where she often discusses the most recent news on injustices ...
 
If you, a friend or family member is facing a divorce or similar family law matter, then this show is for you. Here is where we share our experience and knowledge to help others navigate a challenging phase of life. This show is a re-broadcast of a Radio Show sponsored by Meriwether and Tharp, a law firm with over 40 lawyers focusing on divorce and family law matters.
 
What does it mean to be famous? What about Britney Spears famous? Do you find yourself comparing each moment of your own life to each moment of Britney’s life? Because even if you’ve never shaved your own head while the paparazzi watched from the barbershop window, we’ve all been there. Join writer and actress Jen Zaborowski as she sits down with guests to break down Britney’s life and works all while trying to figure out why Jen’s so obsessed with Britney Spears. Sometimes we just NEED to t ...
 
We are a Latinx Podcast, which specializes in platicas de psicoeducacion, therapy within the Latinx community, community activities, and social/cultural problemas within our communities; we will be utilizing pop culture and uplifting marginalized voices, specifically those of the Latinx and Afro-Latinx communities. The goal is to destigmatize the utilization of mental wellness resources and remedies. We hope to bring light to daily microaggressions that people of the Latinx communities navig ...
 
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This interview will regale the history of a mental health pilot from the early 90’s that remains as relevant today as the day it was started. Back in the day, the Wright-Bronzan-McCorquodale Act of 1988 (known as AB 3777) funded – from the state’s general fund -- three Integrated Service Agency programs for mentally ill consumers. The most well-kno…
 
Content Warning: We discuss mental health, death, and suicide in this episode, listener discretion is advised. In episode 17 we point out some of the mental health disparities that exist in the African American community. We discuss our own mental health journeys, struggles, and what we have learned about ourselves. And we highlight BEAM, the Black…
 
China’s “zero COVID” strategy has brought the bustling metropolis of Shanghai to a standstill, with many of its twenty-five million residents sealed in their homes. These exceptionally strict measures are being met with some public resistance, but Xi Jinping’s government has largely doubled down on its approach. Peter Hessler has been in and out of…
 
Following the Taliban takeover in August 2021, life for women and girls in Afghanistan has never been the same. Under their rule, access to education is limited, women are forced to cover their faces in public and there is a ban on nearly all paid employment. In this episode, Kathy Sheridan is joined by a woman who has sat opposite the Taliban in n…
 
Sinéad Gibney, chief commissioner with the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission, joins the podcast to discuss whether Ireland’s equality laws are fit for purpose and how the State’s decision to fight issues it eventually concedes is a drain on resources. The podcast also hears from Deirdre Malone, head of EY Law Ireland's employment team, who…
 
Check out our sponsor Backbone! https://playbackbone.com/lawnerd Before the court was dark for a week, Amber Heard was on the stand at the end of week 4 of the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard Defamation Trial. During this week, we heard from Depp security team member Travis McGivern, Depp's agent Jack Whigham, a damages expert Richard Marks, Social Medi…
 
The 2022 Billboard Music Awards are this Sunday, live from Las Vegas, where Diddy will serve as the host and executive producer. So what can you expect from the awards show? On the new Billboard Pop Shop Podcast, we’re going through all the highlights — from leading finalist The Weeknd (17 nods) and top female finalist Doja Cat (14 nods) to more th…
 
Last week, a draft opinion was leaked which suggests that a majority of Supreme Court Justices are ready to overturn the precedents of Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey—the decisions that have guaranteed a right to abortion at the federal level. The case in question is Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, in which Mississippi off…
 
In this accidental extended episode, we chat about Britney and Sam’s prenup, some dated ideals Sam shared with Mario Lopez, and dive deeper into Britney’s exes and their most recent bullshit. Then, we “catch up” on Britney’s Instagram account only to tack on a bonus hour discussion about a note Britney shared on May 7th that was Trojan horse levels…
 
Greetings Trashlings! We are in the throws of eclipse season, mercury is stationing to go retrograde, and all bets are off! Molly’s pharmacy is closed & her wine delivery is hilariously late. Sara lambasts content calendars & gets booked on a dope stand-up comedy show at The Stand May 10 9pm! (come if you're in NY!) Speaking of comedy shows... 5:48…
 
For nearly fifty years, conservative groups have been laser focused on overturning Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision which legalized abortion. In that time, they’ve made significant inroads, chipping away at access to abortion in a number of states. But now they seem on the cusp of near total victory. The recent leak of a draft Supreme Court …
 
Lessons in Chemistry by American author Bonnie Garmus was our latest pick for the podcast book club. In a rare turn of events, our book clubbers found themselves in agreement, collectively singing the praises of this debut novel. That’s why we’re delighted to be joined by the author today, as she tells Róisín Ingle about her long road to writing su…
 
A Huge Thank You to our sponsor! Manscaped 20% off and Free Shipping https://www.manscaped.com Code LawNerd Join the Law Nerd Community https://www.LawNerdsUnite.com The Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard Trial Week 3 has concluded. Johnny Depp has finished his testimony and his case is rounding towards its close, the end of Depp’s testimony was powerful, …
 
With the release of Lady Gaga’s “Hold My Hand,” from the film Top Gun: Maverick, is Lady Gaga already the front-runner to win next year’s Oscar for best original song? And, will the tune blast to the top of the charts? It’s never too early to start prognosticating. Plus, Pusha T scores his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 – and he could be th…
 
As the Russian invasion of Ukraine enters a third month, prospects of ending the conflict are still nowhere in sight, and there seems to be no end to the destruction that Vladimir Putin is willing to inflict. Sergiy Kyslytsya, Ukraine’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, tells David Remnick that he expects Russia to continue escalating…
 
In episode 16 we discuss environmental racism and Black families. We cover Gordon Plaza, a New Orleans housing development specifically built for Black first time home buyers. The residents were not told that their dream homes were built on top of a landfill saturated with toxins harmful to their health. And we highlight the Residents of Gordon Pla…
 
The past fifteen years have been among the most tumultuous in our history. The tumult is driven by a question whose answer could determine our future: What kind of country do we live in? A buffeted but resilient democracy, or a nation increasingly known among its own citizens for its divisions rather than for its shared commitment to tolerance, equ…
 
In 2018, while at home in her London apartment, journalist Sally Hayden received a Facebook message from a young African refugee, pleading for her help. He was one of thousands of migrants who had tried to reach Europe, only to end up trapped in a Libyan detention camp, with no way out. In her new book, My Fourth Time, We Drowned, Hayden pieces tog…
 
Greetings Trashlings! Much to discuss! 00:00 — Molly accidentally manifested Covid, proving that THE WORK WORKS! 5:00 — At 96 years old & with the Platinum Jubilee in June, Elizabeth II is everywhere these days. But why is everyone from magazines to Mattel depicting her as a wide-eyed, ageless, leggy queenlet? Long live the queen, but let grandma b…
 
Philip Lee, partner and executive chairman of Philip Lee LLP. Lee, discusses his career as a solicitor and the principal of a well known firm. He also addresses issues such as the split legal profession, personal injuries litigation, and whether judicial review impedes societal progress. Also on this episode: we discuss Johnny Depp’s defamation cas…
 
A Huge Thank You to our sponsors! Policygenius - https://policygenius.com/LAWNERD Quip - https://www.GetQuip.com/TheEmilyShow The Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard defamation is well underway at this point, and most of week 2 was consumed with Johnny Depp’s testimony. The cross-examination was wandering and very tough to follow. As we get into week three …
 
Nearly 10 months after it debuted atop the Billboard 200 albums chart, Tyler, the Creator's Call Me If You Get Lost is back at No. 1. So how did he do it? The answer is all about vinyl. On the latest Billboard Pop Shop Podcast, Katie is picking Keith's brain about why some artists are waiting so long after an album's release to put out vinyl, wheth…
 
Ronan Farrow has published an investigation into a software called Pegasus and its maker, NSO Group. Pegasus is one of the most invasive spywares known; it allows users—including law-enforcement officials or government authorities—to hack into a target’s smartphone, gaining access to photos, messages, and the feeds from a camera or microphone. NSO …
 
In this episode, we take a break from the never-ending news cycle and dive into some of Britney’s less memorable, but still iconic, moments. Everything from our girl casually wearing her wedding dress to a gas station to a rumor that her bridesmaid dress was the cause of someone else’s divorce! We also babble quite a bit about totally unrelated top…
 
In a few weeks, primary elections for the midterm races will be fully under way. The electoral map is stacked against Democrats, and the country is as divided than ever. But a new generation of progressive organizers and activists, spurning the advice of expensive consultants and the fund-raising tactics of seasoned politicians, are developing stra…
 
In her brilliant debut novel, None of This is Serious, Catherine Prasifka writes about life in the era of social media. She talks to Róisín about the consequences of living online and in the real world. They also discuss her love of fantasy writing, the inevitable comparisons to her sister in-law Sally Rooney and her plans for her next book. Plus: …
 
Greetings Trashlings! Happy Libra Full Moon & Welcome to our second edition of SpaceTrash LIVE at The Moonual! Molly is in the thick of wedding season but enjoy the replay of Sara Armour, Nicole Rasul aka Razy and the moon-crew as they explore the Bill Clinton & Monica Lewinsky affair from an astrological lens. Spoiler alert: THEY HAVE THE SAME BIG…
 
Thank you to today’s sponsor Use my exclusive offer - go to manscaped.com and use code LAWNERD for 20% off + Free Shipping. The Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard defamation trial is underway, and there has been a lot that has happened. I am covering the first week of testimony including Gina Deuders being excused as a witness and Amber Heard's girlfriend …
 
The Internet can be a scary place in real life, and far more so in Jane Schoenbrun’s film “We’re All Going to the World’s Fair,” which premièred at the Sundance Film Festival last year and is being released in theatres and streaming. It’s a horror movie centered on a lonely and bored teen-age girl named Casey, who spends most of her time being onli…
 
John Foot is a professor of Modern Italian History at the University of Bristol in the U.K. He is an expert on the life of Dr. Franco Basaglia, the visionary psychiatrist whose lasting impact on the Italian mental health system continues to inspire the world. We will explore Professor Foot’s journey into this avocation, which was sparked by the cha…
 
Set in the early 1960’s, Lessons in Chemistry follows the life of Elizabeth Zott, a scientist whose career takes a detour when she becomes the unlikely star of a TV cooking show. In this episode, our book clubbers Bernice Harrison, Niamh Towey, Róisín and Ann Ingle share their thoughts on this vibrant and original story from debut author Bonnie Gar…
 
This month, the C.D.C. announced plans to end Title 42, a public-health order, issued by the Trump Administration at the start of the pandemic, that gives the federal government broad authority to turn away migrants and asylum seekers at the southern border. Public-health experts and some Democrats have pressured President Biden to repeal the order…
 
Content Warning: We discuss child abuse allegations and briefly mention suicide (22:50-23:05) in this episode, listener discretion is advised. In episode 15 we discuss how systems meant to protect children are traumatizing black families. We cover Syesha Mercado’s story, a black mother whose child was taken from her after trying to receive help wit…
 
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a chronic condition which affects millions of people around the world. It is often associated with hyperactive or disruptive children and as a result ADHD in women often goes undiagnosed. In today’s episode, Róisín Ingle speaks to two women who received a diagnosis of ADHD in their late twenties, b…
 
00: Molly's aforementioned 5 p.m. Friday news dump becomes readily apparent this week. Two stunning news items came out right at the butt-end of the work week: Jen & Ben engaged again & Will Smith's 10-year Oscar ban. 2:40 Molly goes viral for her tiny coffee cup tweet. Friend of the pod & comedian Josh Gondelman played a pivotal role in helping Mo…
 
Thank you to today's sponsors! Get Quip at https://www.getquip.com/emilyshow Green Chef at https://www.greenchef.com/emilybaker130 The trial of Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard is underway. Today’s episode is a case brief breaking down the causes of action in this defamation case. There has been quite a lot of litigation in this case leading up to it get…
 
With Unlimited Love's debut atop the Billboard 200 this week, the Red Hot Chili Peppers scored their first No. 1 album in almost 16 years, dating back to 2006's Stadium Arcadium. So just how rare is it to wait that long between Billboard 200 chart-toppers? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Ketanji Brown Jackson has been voted in as a Supreme Court Justice—the first Black woman to serve in that role. But, to reach this milestone, Jackson has faced enormous hurdles at every turn, including confirmation hearings that featured blatant political grandstanding and barely disguised race-baiting. Nominations have become so partisan that, on …
 
In this super-sized episode, we catch up on Lynne’s request for Britney to pay her legal bills, a few exclusives from Versace and Rosengart, and a month’s worth of Britney’s Instagram posts. To celebrate the podcasts 3-year anniversary, we answer some listener questions and share our top 10 Britney songs. This is a 3-hour “thank you” for helping to…
 
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