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Best Erin Whitehead podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Erin Whitehead podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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The Braless Podcast is a comedy show with multiple guests who have great conversations about all the crazy stuff that happens in our everyday lives, on social media and the world around us. Hosted by Erin Whitehead, we invite you to unleash the beasts, get comfortable and join us as we talk about all the things!
 
Led by James Naughtie, a group of readers talk to acclaimed authors about their best-known novels
 
With Special Guest Lauren Lapkus: where the guest is the host. Take a seat with Lauren as she passes off her hosting duties to a new funny friend every week. Lauren is always the guest, as an original character--or one her host holds secret until they've announced her. You never know who will show up. It's the host's show, Lauren's just along for the ride. Looking for the archives? All episodes older than 6 months can be found exclusively on Stitcher Premium, ad-free. Go to stitcher.com/prem ...
 
Smart, funny friends Dara M Wilson and Yasmine Khan bring money talk out of the shame drawer and onto the table.
 
SPONTANEANATION WITH PAUL F. TOMPKINS is a completely improvised show, from monologue to interview to narrative sketch. Join Paul, his special guests, his incredibly talented improviser friends, and accompanist Eban Schletter for an hour of comedy that none of them ever see coming.
 
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American author Erin Morgenstern talks about her fantasy novel The Night Circus which has become a cult favourite with readers. James Naughtie presents and an invited group of readers ask the questions.It's the story of a mysterious Victorian travelling circus that only opens at night and is constructed entirely in black and white. Although there a…
 
In honor of Superego's Sixth season (out Wednesday 1/8 only on Stitcher Premium), we are releasing another episode of Superego Forgotten Classics into the free feed! Plus stay tuned for a sneak peak of season six of Superego. Superego Forgotten Classics is a bold interpretation of Emily Bronte's 'Wuthering Heights.' with Paul F. Tompkins as Heathcl…
 
Happy holidays, everybody! Dara and Yas are here with a lil’ shorty ep to share some exciting pod news as well as a couple tips for making it through this time of year without all your money going . First up, the ladies announce they’ll be doing a live show at San Francisco Sketchfest “next year” (A.K.A. 1/18/2020—that’s some sleepover humor for yo…
 
American author Ben Lerner talks about Leaving the Atocha Station, his first novel narrated by a young man living outside his usual experience. Adam Gordon is a brilliant, if highly unreliable, young American poet on a prestigious fellowship in Madrid, struggling to establish his sense of self and his relationship to art. Instead of following the d…
 
To mark Bookclub's 21st birthday Helen Fielding talks about her creation Bridget Jones, with the first novel in the series, Bridget Jones's Diary. Bridget has now become an iconic figure in modern fiction.Bridget Jones started life as a weekly column in the pages of The Independent in 1995, when Fielding worked on the news desk. Refusing to use her…
 
Colson Whitehead talks about his novel The Underground Railroad with James Naughtie and readersThe novel is a devastating and imaginative account of a young slave's bid for freedom from a brutal Georgian plantation in the American South. All the slaves lead a hellish existence, but Cora has it worse than most; she is an outcast among the slaves and…
 
Sometimes we all need to take a break, indulge, and have new experiences. That’s what vacations are all about. This week’s guest is here to talk to us about how she vacations like a grown up: without debt! Erin Ryan is a writer for It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and host of the Hysteria podcast. She shares how saving up for her dream trip to the…
 
It’s hot in the Bay, and so many of us are already sweatin’ to make ends meet every month. This week’s expert guest is here to give us perspective. Rachel Schneider followed the money stories of hundreds of Americans as part of co-authoring The Financial Diaries. She breaks down why so many of us find ourselves needing to borrow money from time to …
 
Health care costs are a quadruple-whammy: They’re expensive, they’re confusing, they’re communicated in a way that can make you feel powerless, and they come at a time when you’re extra vulnerable—because you’re sick! This week’s guest, writer/actor/improviser Erin Whitehead, is no stranger to the wild and woolly land of out-of-network costs. Based…
 
With their great big eyes and sweet little bellies (that we want to drum on), children are designed to make us love them—and spend money on them! Mom and actor Christina Elmore (Insecure) joins us this week to share how her finances have changed since she had her (super cute–check out her Insta) little boy. Though not yet moms themselves, Dara and …
 
Whether well-meaning or not, bad financial advice can mess you up, and this week’s guest is having none of it! Self-styled “financial hype woman” Berna Anat (@heyberna to her scads of followers) stops by Studio Ha this week to teach us how to tell good financial tips from bad. When we’re in that vulnerable place of not-knowing, it’s tempting to swa…
 
Fresh from riffing her way straight through a 7.1-magnitude earthquake that tried to interrupt her stand-up set, our guest Atsuko Okatsuka can conquer anything—including this week’s topic, bank fees! Together we break down the types of fees you’re probably getting charged, how much they’re costing you, and how they like to multiply like bunnies—esp…
 
Aminatta Forna discusses her novel The Memory of Love with James Naughtie and a group of readers. The Memory of Love has as its background three decades of unrest and violence in Sierra Leone, Aminatta Forna's father's home country and the one where she mostly grew up.The story deals with two sets of relationships, centering around the University t…
 
Money Ha Ha is about bringing money talk out of the shame drawer and onto the table, and this week we’re opening up that drawer (or bag, or box—everyone’s system is different) to discuss why we keep stuffing our unopened bills in there: financial avoidance. This week comedian Danielle Perez invites us into her L.A. home to chat about why our brains…
 
Ladies and gentleman and fellow Americans, welcome back to Land of The Danny Freeman with your host and Ultra Right-wing conservative Danny Freeman (Nick Vatterott)! Today we will find out what happened to America when special guest & Ultra Left-wing liberal Bethany Framboise, the polar bear from Al Gore's Inconvenient Truth stops by the studio. Be…
 
Comedian/writer/actor Matt Lieb joined Dara and Yasmine to talk about all the stuff you have to shell out for when you move. Though some costs of moving are unavoidable (like that new shower curtain!), this resourceful crew turns you on to a number of money-saving measures, from light cat burglary (cheaper than a locksmith) to guilting sympathetic …
 
Comedy writer and podcast co-host Heather Anne Campbell (The Twilight Zone, How Did This Get Played?) joins Dara and Yas this week to talk about the privilege of growing up with money. The group shares experiences from both sides of the wealth privilege spectrum—from driving a car purchased for $1, to “failing up” by being sent to private school as…
 
FOLLOW US ON: Instagram Twitter Facebook SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic Comedian and actor Carl Tart (Brooklyn 99, Mad TV) stopped by our LA studio to talk all about borrowing and lending money with family and friends. Luckily, he’s a pro at helping out his loved ones and …
 
Owen Sheers talks about his novel I Saw A Man with James Naughtie and a group of readers at the Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea.After the sudden loss of his wife, Michael Turner moves from Wales to London to start again. Living on a quiet street in Hampstead, he develops a close bond with the Nelson family next door: Josh, Samantha and their two young…
 
FOLLOW US ON: Instagram Twitter Facebook SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic Turn down your cathartic, bleak music and listen to our chat with writer/comedian Zeke Nicholson (AP Bio, Miracle Workers). This week’s topic is thriving on paychecks that arrive two weeks apart. We wa…
 
FOLLOW US ON: Instagram Twitter Facebook SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic Dara + Yasmine kick off a few weeks in LA this week by talking all things gender wage gap with Yo, Is This Racist? co-host and star of Brockmire, Tawny Newsome. We’ve got a starfish callback and a chec…
 
FOLLOW US ON: Instagram Twitter Facebook SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic Comedian Natasha Muse is in the studio to talk with Dara and Yasmine about FOMO spending—shelling out cash for cool experiences you may not be able to afford. Those experiences may involve Instagrammab…
 
FOLLOW US ON: Instagram Twitter Facebook SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic Orange is the New Black actor Sipiwe Moyo is our first ever call-in guest on this very chill, very holistic, slightly serious chat about money buddies: the friends who keep us accountable for our finan…
 
Gail Honeyman talks about her novel Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine which won the 2017 Costa First Novel Award and has been a runaway success since. Gail was inspired to write her debut novel after reading an article in which a young woman described her lonely life. On the outside, her life was a success, with her own flat and a good job but th…
 
FOLLOW US ON: Instagram Twitter Facebook SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic Summer is finally here, so we’ve got Oakland-based educator and journalist Pendarvis Harshaw in the studio to talk about student loans. Today we’re focusing on folks who have student debt even though t…
 
FOLLOW US ON: Instagram Twitter Facebook SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic Student loan snafus, layoffs, family illness—we could go on and on about the dozens of reasons you might experience an income shock. But we’d rather clue you in on how to handle your business when your…
 
FOLLOW US ON: Instagram Twitter Facebook SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic Yas and Dara delve into the secret costs of pets this week—WOOF. Inviting a furry (or scaly) friend into your life can be a wonderful thing, but it can also trigger a lot of unexpected spending to keep…
 
FOLLOW US ON: Instagram Twitter Facebook SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic When it comes to spending smart, the most important thing is knowing the difference between things you need and things you want. Though there’s no hard-and-fast rule for what makes something a need vs.…
 
FOLLOW US ON: Instagram Twitter Facebook SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic Did you know that socking money away for the short-term can also be a powerful form of self-care? Dara and Yas get real about the myth that saving money is only for big things off in the far away futur…
 
David Szalay discusses his novel All That Man Is which was shortlisted for the Man Booker prize in 2016. All That Man Is is a meditation of modern man told through the stories of nine men from across Europe, who are all at different stages of their lives.David says the three ages of man was present in his mind as the nine stories fall naturally int…
 
FOLLOW US ON: Instagram Twitter Facebook SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic Take off your desperation coat and roll out the red carpet for Villanova professor Sharon Wilson. Not only is she an accomplished tax attorney and author—she’s also Dara’s mom! Things get spicy as she …
 
FOLLOW US ON: Instagram Twitter Facebook SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic Credit score expert/chiweenie enthusiast Gaby Lapera joins us this week to download everything she knows into your ear holes! Okay, maybe not everything, but she does an amazing job of breaking down th…
 
FOLLOW US ON: Instagram Twitter Facebook SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic This week, we’re going deep on credit cards as we welcome our first-ever guest, notable non-math person and co-host of Handmaid’s Tale recap podcast Red All Over: Kelly Anneken! Yas busts a bunch of co…
 
FOLLOW US ON: Instagram Twitter Facebook SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic It’s time to make it emotional as we talk money goals! Today we’re going to break down how to bring a strong goal game to the table and share strategies on the short-term goals that help you turn your …
 
Louise Doughty talks about her novel Apple Tree Yard, which went on to be a popular BBC television drama. It is the story of Yvonne, a high-flying married scientist, whose personal life is, by turns, erotic and troubled and, eventually, disastrous. Completely out of character, Yvonne has consensual sex with a stranger in the Palace of Westminster. …
 
With Special Guest Lauren Lapkus returns with a new season starting Friday May 10th on Stitcher Premium! For a free month trial go to stitcherpremium.com/lapkus and use the promo code: LAPKUS for a free month!By Earwolf and Lauren Lapkus
 
SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic There are always more needs and wants than cash to pay for them, so all of us face money trade-offs: pay this bill or that one? treat my kids now, or save for their future? In this episode, Dara and Yasmine chat about just how common money tr…
 
SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic It’s us, your funny friends Dara and Yasmine! On our first full-length episode, we’re armed with a wall of facts to break down the psychology behind stress spending. We know from our research and our own experience that it’s hard to make good…
 
SUBSCRIBE TO MONEY HA HA: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Pocket Casts Spotify Overcast RadioPublic Welcome to Money Ha Ha, the comedy podcast where smart, funny friends bring money talk out of the shame drawer and onto the table. We’re your co-hosts, Dara + Yasmine, and we want to let you know what you can expect every Tuesday when we drop a new episode o…
 
Richard Holmes talks about The Age of Wonder, his non-fiction account of the Romantic age, as scientific and artistic thinking began to diverge. In the book he describes the scientific ferment that swept through Britain in the late-18th century and tells the stories of the celebrated innovators and their great scientific discoveries: from telescopi…
 
Simon Mawer talks about Tightrope, an espionage story featuring the enigmatic agent Marian Sutro which is set during World War II and the years into the Cold War. Tightrope opens as Marian returns to England having survived Ravensbruck concentration camp. She had been parachuted into France by the Special Operations Executive and captured by the Ge…
 
Alice Oswald, Radio 4's Poet in Residence, discusses her collection Falling Awake which won the Costa Poetry Prize 2016. Falling Awake explores two of Alice Oswald’s recurring preoccupations - with the natural world, and with the myths of more ancient civilizations. Alice studied Classics at university and on graduation became a gardener. Homer, sh…
 
Jessie Burton discusses The Miniaturist, her debut novel which was the subject of a bidding war between 11 publishers at the 2013 London Book Fair. Set in Amsterdam in 1686–87, the novel was inspired by Petronella Oortman's doll's house which is on display at the Rijksmuseum.Jessie explains how she created her own fictional version of Nella Oortman…
 
Simon Armitage talks to James Naughtie about his translation of the Middle English epic.By BBC Radio 4
 
American author Meg Wolitzer discusses her novel The Interestings, which follows a group of friends from teenage years through to middle age and marriage and children.Aged 15, the group first meet at on a warm night at Spirit in the Woods summer camp in 1974. They drink, smoke pot and share their dreams and vow always to be interesting. Although no…
 
Andrew Michael Hurley discusses his book The Loney which won the Costa First Novel Award in 2015. Recorded with an audience at the Liverpool Literary Festival and presented by James Naughtie. First published in a print run of just 300 copies by a small press, The Loney went on to win The Costa First Novel Award and Book of the Year at the British B…
 
A treat from the Bookclub archive celebrating our 20th anniversaryBy BBC Radio 4
 
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