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Best Elle Martin podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Elle Martin podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Our listeners say, “If TEDTalks met Oprah you’d have the Unmistakable Creative.” Eliminate the feeling of being stuck in your life, blocked in your creativity, and discover higher levels of meaning and purpose in your life and career. Listen to deeply personal, insightful, and thought-provoking stories from the world’s leading thinkers and doers including best-selling authors, artists, peak performance psychologists, happiness researchers, entrepreneurs, startup founders, artists, venture ca ...
 
Songwriter James Yorkston and Record Label Owner / Brewer Stephen Marshall sitting somewhere in the East Neuk of Fife, Scotland, discussing music, playing records of no fixed abode and vaguely trying to keep it as close to 46.30 as possible. Here's James - http://www.jamesyorkston.co.uk/ And here's Stephen - https://triassictusk.bandcamp.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/46-30/support
 
Social Squad takes you behind the scenes of some of Australia's most influential women who are disrupting the media landscape on their own terms. Hosted by former reality star and influencer, Tully Smyth, each episode peers into the life of a particular influencer, taking a look behind the feeds and filters to find out what her life is really like.
 
ABOUT:With over 13 years in Bangkok Thailand, Emanuel Skinner has become a household name and a house music icon locally and abroad. Originally from San Francisco and now a Phuket local sharing his vision and sound all across South East Asia . With over 20 years experience filling the best and biggest venues from Jakarta, Singapore, China, India, to South Korea, Bangladesh to Malaysia, the Maldives, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam and all over Thailand (Chang Mai, Koh Tao, Koh Samui, Phuket, Patt ...
 
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Ryder Carroll is a digital product designer, inventor of the Bullet Journal and author of his latest book, The Bullet Journal Method, which focuses on the art of intentional living. He joins us in this episode to share some valuable insights into his early career, experiences that helped shape him and lead him to where he is today, as well as what …
 
Today on q: Antigone director Sophie Deraspe, actress Linda Cardellini, q This music panel with A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen, CBC Arts host and q's visual arts columnist Sean O'Neill, Tim Callahan-Cross of the Halifax Gay Men's Chorus, singer-songwriter J.S. Ondara.
 
Amy Ray and Emily Saliers of Indigo Girls talk about their latest album, Look Long, and what it's been like to find a whole new generation of fans through their weekly livestreams. CBC Arts producer Peter Knegt remembers Larry Kramer, discussing how the late playwright's non-stop activism helped change the discourse around HIV/AIDS. In her new nove…
 
When Yonah Welker was 13, he abandoned the traditional education system and looked to create a like-minded learning environment for himself through technology and online learning. We discuss the future of technology in society, what problems AI will seek to solve and where it will fall short, how Yonah left school at 13 and went on to do extraordin…
 
Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt talks about his new YouTube Original series Create Together #WithMe, his ongoing project HitRecord, and how he's helping people stay creative during the pandemic. Jazz singer and composer Tish Oney shares her gateway to the music of Peggy Lee in celebration of the late great American singer-songwriter's centennial birthda…
 
Thundercat discusses his new album It Is What It Is, which continues his jazzy, R&B odyssey, but this time tempered with losing a close friend and collaborator in Mac Miller. Artist Jeanne Randolph tells us how she managed to photograph every single phone booth in Manitoba, from Flin Flon to Emerson. Actress Supinder Wraich talks about her new seri…
 
Josh Linkner joins us to talk about his unique perspective of entrepreneurship and how it will enable us to become the architects of our future. Find out why playing it safe while you're young is the riskiest thing you can do, what entrepreneurship really looks like, what enables the coexistence of ambition and fulfillment, how to make the most of …
 
Actor Simu Liu talks about becoming Marvel's first Asian superhero, honouring his promise to a little boy, and how he's encouraging connection and compassion while isolating in Australia. On this week's q screen panel, soaps.com writers Richard Simms and Charlie Mason discuss whether they think daytime soap operas will survive our new reality. Acto…
 
46☆30☆51 - Stephen Marshall and James Yorkston talk music and other such things featuring Robert Johnson, Martin Carthy, love.stop.repeat, Angel Bat Dawid, NOMEANSNO, Pocket Knife, Bulbis and more --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/46-30/support
 
Paul Jarvis has an understanding that growth isn't always a good thing for businesses. He brings a message that helps lift the veil of thinking bigger is better and to understand how knowing what you want and wanting less often go hand in hand. Paul Jarvis is the author of Company of One, a software creator, designer and online course teacher. Find…
 
Actor and comedian Kumail Nanjiani talks about his new action-packed rom-com The Lovebirds, which became the first Hollywood film to bypass theatres and go directly to Netflix due to the pandemic. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Amanda Parris take another look at Instagram's Verzuz music battle series, discussing where it might go…
 
Oscar-winning actor Louis Gossett Jr. discusses his new film The Cuban, in which he plays a legendary jazz musician who's suffering from dementia in a long-term care home. The Vancouver Art Gallery's head of conservation, Tara Fraser, tells us what it takes to care for more than 12,000 pieces of art on a day-to-day basis, and shares some of the uni…
 
This episode breaks down our fear of better options, F.O.B.O, in an attempt to help our listeners become masters of decision-making in a world brimming with variety. We talk about the framework that Patrick has developed for this and hear about some of the ways he triumphs over fear. From using your watch to make no-stake decisions for you to becom…
 
Musician Steven Page tells us what's next after his new musical, Here's What It Takes, was postponed along with the Stratford Festival's entire 2020 season due to COVID-19. Our books columnist Jael Richardson returns with a new recommendation for us: Souvankham Thammavongsa's collection of short stories, How to Pronounce Knife. Griffin Poetry Prize…
 
Multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated artist Tori Amos opens up about the political and personal events that have guided her life and music over the past four decades. Celebrity photographer George Pimentel tells us why he's turning his lens on those impacted by COVID-19, and fills us in on his upcoming project in support of the Portrait Gallery of Cana…
 
We sit down with Jennifer Louden and unpack some of the wisdom from her book, Why Bother and Figuring Out What's Next. In this episode, hear what prompted her to write 'Why Bother', discover how to take advantage of quarantine, why we should create conditions of 'enoughness' in our lives, how to transcend labels that attempt to define you, as well …
 
Actor and comedian Ricky Gervais talks about his hit Netflix comedy-drama After Life, the show's complex portrayal of grief, and why he tends to dive "headfirst into taboo subjects." When Margaret Atwood turned 80 last November, she celebrated it with a special extended and wide-ranging conversation with Tom Power, opening up about backwoods advent…
 
Often I will ask people “do you want to live an exceptional life?” And most people will say yes. But an exception by definition is low probability. If you want to live a normative life you’ll be in the middle of the bell curve. But if you want an exceptional life it’s going to be low probability. Anyone who wants an amazing life is probably going t…
 
Comedy duo Thomas Middleditch and Ben Schwartz talk about the freedom and fear associated with creating their new Netflix improv series, Middleditch & Schwartz. DJ Spinna presents his essential guide to the music of Stevie Wonder. Canadian spoken word artist Charlie Petch — who recently won a lifetime achievement award from the League of Canadian P…
 
Former Talking Heads singer David Byrne talks about his website "Reasons To Be Cheerful" and why he’s made it his priority to keep positivity alive, especially during the pandemic. Our fashion columnist Mosha Lundström Halbert fills us in on how the COVID-19 crisis continues to impact the fashion industry. Katie Stelmanis of Austra tells us why her…
 
Jim Kwik is an expert on brain improvement, speed reading and memory retention. When Jim was in kindergarten, he suffered a head injury that put him in hospital and affected his memory and attention span. A teacher once called him 'the boy with the broken brain'. Today, Jim is a world leader in learning and has recently written a new book, Limitles…
 
Canadian-born editorial cartoonist Barry Blitt discusses his recent Pulitzer Prize win, how he uses his gentle watercolour style to produce cutting commentary, and the challenges of creating a caricature of U.S. President Donald Trump. The Hollow star Connor Parnall talks about the popularity of his character, Kai, in fan art and memes from around …
 
Actor Josh Gad explores the power of nostalgia during a pandemic with a new YouTube series called Reunited Apart, which reunites casts of classic movies like The Goonies and Back To The Future. Hollywood stuntwoman Zoë Bell talks about making her all-female Boss Bitch Fight Challenge video, which includes actresses like Scarlett Johansson, Daryl Ha…
 
Nora Herting is the founder and CEO of Image Think, a graphic recording firm based out of NYC. Nora has spent 10 years using visual mediums to unleash ideas and inspire action. In this episode you'll learn about the neuroscience behind visual communication, key concepts to help you translate your thoughts into medium, how Nora arrived at where she …
 
Director John Waters pays tribute to the late, great rock 'n' roll legend Little Richard. The Ringer's Alyssa Bereznak discusses how teenagers are moving cancelled events like prom and graduation online. Electro-funk duo Chromeo talk about funnelling their creative energy into coronavirus-related tracks like Clorox Wipe, 6 Feet Away and Stay In Bed…
 
In this episode of the podcast, artist and designer Aerosyn Lex whose work has been exhibited at New York's Museum of Modern Art, and who has collaborated with iconic brands and individuals like Kanye West and Nike joins us to talk about the process of finding your creative identity. Aerosyn Lex is an award-winning, multi-disciplinary artist whose …
 
Gareth Pronovost is a data specialist who helps businesses make more profit by saving them 10's of hours of work every week through automation. In Part 2 of our discussion, we talk about the paradox of resilience, how Gareth ran a YouTube ad for just $5/day while on vacation in Jamaica that generated $10,000 of revenue, how automation is changing t…
 
Gareth Pronovost is a data specialist who helps businesses make more profit by saving them 10s of hours of work every month through automating heaps of processes on Airtable. In this episode, we get to learn how a catastrophic accident changed the way he decided he was going to live his life, what happened years later that lead him to becoming a si…
 
How is it that some of the greatest minds in history seem to have otherworldly focus and can get into a rhythm unlike others? Steven Kotler knows why, and it has to do with "flow." There are 20 triggers that can help drive attention into the "right here, right now" and help lead you into that flow. And all of those triggers are far more obvious tha…
 
Steve Lieberman is the mastermind behind many of the radiant and celestial lighting renders complimenting electronic dance festivals. Steve is a creative entrepreneur with a knack for design. He has taken his career from replacing light bulbs in nightclubs to running a production company that executes stellar lighting displays around the world afte…
 
Laura Huang is a professor at Harvard Business School. She joins us on the show to to dissect the topic of adversity and how we can find a way forward when it comes into the picture. During our discussion, we talk through her framework, a how-to on turning adversity into advantage, as well as discover why hard work and grit is, in fact, the last th…
 
Laura Belgray is the founder of Talking Shrimp, co-creator of The Copy Cure, and has written promos, launch campaigns, online content, full show episodes, and more in her career. She knows all about finding what fuels you and pursuing your passion. She knows that the feeling of inspiration itself isn't everything; it's what you do with that inspira…
 
Radiohead guitarist Ed O'Brien talks about creating and releasing his debut solo album, Earth. Our music columnist A. Harmony breaks down why live DJ battles between hip-hop's biggest hitmakers are drawing in hundreds of thousands of viewers on Instagram. The Band's Robbie Robertson shares what it was like to tell the legendary group's story on his…
 
Actor Jonathan Torrens talks about the resilience of Nova Scotians and how he's helping out with Friday night's virtual vigil for the victims of the mass shooting. Sesame Street puppeteer Leslie Carrara-Rudolph explains how the celebrated children's show is tackling COVID-19 with openness and honesty. Drag performer and comedian Bob the Drag Queen …
 
When Laleh Hancock was 7 years old, she, her mother and her two sisters fled from Iran to France in less than 24 hours after the revolution began. Since, Laleh has become a master at turning problems into possibilities. In this episode we get to hear her take on the current worldwide pandemic, how to keep sane under quarantine, the outlook for the …
 
Artist, writer and musician Vivek Shraya returns to q to talk about her latest novel, The Subtweet, which examines internet culture and what it means to be an artist in the 21st century. Vancouver-based shoe designer John Fluevog talks about creating shoes in honour of B.C.'s provincial health officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry. Singer-songwriter Chantal Kr…
 
Polaris Prize-winning rapper Haviah Mighty performs a special medley for us from her living room. Our fashion columnist Anika Kozlowski explains how garment workers around the world are being disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 crisis. Author and illustrator Helen Patuck talks about writing My Hero Is You, a new book that helps answer quest…
 
Ramit Sethi dives into the psychology of money, unpacking some of the incredibly insightful advice and frameworks from his book, I Will Teach You to Be Rich. During this episode, we learn how to confront student loan debt, Ramit's rules for a rich life, how to go from asking $3 questions to asking $30k questions and much more. Follow Ramit on Insta…
 
Dandapani realized at the age of 4 that he wanted be a monk. He saw it as the most efficient path to enlightenment. But it wasn’t until completing an electrical engineering degree and finding his teacher that he joined a monastery, where he decided not to renew his vows after 10 years. Dandapan is a Hindu priest, speaker on self development and ent…
 
Insecure creator and star Issa Rae talks about the new season of her award-winning show and how it mirrors her own complicated friendships. Actress Olivia Munn discusses her role in Netflix’s Love Wedding Repeat, her charity work, and the power of rom-coms to provide an escape. Jann Arden surprises health-care worker Amanda Lee after the CT technol…
 
Author Saleema Nawaz talks about her new novel, Songs for the End of the World — an almost unbelievably prescient story about a global coronavirus pandemic. Toronto-born filmmaker Richard J. Lewis discusses how the existential themes of HBO’s Westworld can help us understand our current world crisis. Barenaked Ladies’ Ed Robertson talks about how t…
 
46~30 with special guest - Karl Jonas Winqvist of Singasongfighter Records. With music from Sam Gendel n Sam Wilkes, Amos n Sara, LKJ, 1950's Perthsire, CHECKMASSES, EGE BAM YASI and more --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/46-30/support
 
Lydia Denworth is a science journalist exploring the architecture, behavior and meaning behind life's most fundamental bond: friendship. Find out how your ability to make and maintain friends can impact your life, how changing schools can stunt a child's personal development, what loneliness looks like in the brain and what scientists are doing to …
 
Blockbuster director Paul Feig is hosting daily black tie cocktail parties online — and everyone's invited. Meet Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, the 18-year-old Canadian star of Mindy Kaling’s new Netflix show, Never Have I Ever. Canadian chef and television personality Matty Matheson shares a few comfort food recipes you can try out while in quarantine. Ma…
 
Singer-songwriter Norah Jones talks about embracing Instagram during the pandemic to share her performances as well as raise money for charity. Quarantined power comedy couple Eman El-Husseini and Jess Salomon discuss their decision to pack up and leave New York for a chalet in rural Quebec. Singer-songwriter Celeigh Cardinal opens up about receivi…
 
Karen Rinaldi has discovered the joy in suckitude and strives to get even better at it. She has a burning passion for surfing and does it every chance she gets even though she knows she's not amazing at it. Beyond how to get tossed by waves, she has learned something far more valuable and she intends to share it with you. Listen in to find out what…
 
Author Margaret Atwood shares her thoughts on the current world crisis, how she’s occupying her time, and the importance of the arts right now. Filmmaker Ingrid Veninger discusses joining forces with 10 other female filmmakers from around the world for The 10x10 Project, in which they're creating an anthology of 10-minute shorts shot from isolation…
 
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