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Self-professed philosopher and former world traveler Glenn Campbell offers random advice on various topics not covered by his primary podcast, Demographic Doom. Contents of this podcast can include "superficial" travel advice, philosophical musings and life advice. Some episodes are entirely new, while others are recycled from many past videos. Every episode is duplicated on YouTube, where there is an extensive description with links to related information. Although this podcast is primarily ...
 
Drunk Women Solving Crime is a true crime podcast with a twist...of lime. Join writer/comedian hosts Hannah George, Catie Wilkins and Taylor Glenn as they welcome top guests from comedians to crime writers to test out their drunk detective skills. Each episode sees the boozed up panel tackle personal crime stories, solve true crime cases, and seek justice for your listener crimes. When women sit around and drink we try to solve the world’s problems. So we’re taking back the night and putting ...
 
LSU Manship School Professor Bob Mann and Advocate Editorial Writer Lanny Keller exchange rankings of the ten Louisiana governors in their lifetime…from Earl Long to John Bel Edwards. Mann worked for Gov. Kathleen Blanco and Keller was on the team of Gov. David Treen. Keller and Mann also talk about the testimony of Special Counsel Bob Mueller before two U.S. House committees and the discussion about LSU’s new multimillion dollar football operations building. Mark Ballard, Capitol Bureau Chi ...
 
Men, on the whole, stink at talking about how they’re feeling. We live in a world where the perception of masculinity doesn’t give modern men an outlet to deal with all the issues life hurls in our general direction. And that blows. That's where Campfire comes in. The aim is to normalise courageous conversations and encourage a healthy discourse about men's mental health, so people are better equipped to maintain long-term positivity. Join Bobby O and a new guest each week as he tumbles down ...
 
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It's been a long time coming, but the Drunk Women finally made it back to Manchester for another fantastic live show at The Salford Lowry! The crowd obviously missed Taylor, Catie, and Hannah as much as our drunk detectives missed them, and bringing her own brand of cheer was this week's wonderful guest, comedian Luisa Omelian! Luisa started things…
 
Walter Imahara & Warren Perrin talk about weightlifting and lessons learned through being on a weight lifting team and discrimination faced towards Japanese people, Jeremy Alford discusses political news of the year and Louisiana's infastucture, Brian Buma speaks on his book The Atlas of a Changing Climate: Our Evolving Planet Visualized with More …
 
William Daniel talks about the redistricting of our state and abortion access , Foster Campbell discusses his essay condoning LSU for the salary of their new head coach Brian Kelly, Ingrid Newkirk speaks about her book: The Cat Guardian 250 Vital Things Your Cat Wants You To Know , Madeline Read talks about her movie Trigger Girl.…
 
Jeffery Deaver speaks about his book The Midnight Lock , Mark ballard discusses LSU's new head coach Brian Kelly and Roe vs. Wade, Gisele Haralson talks about her book The Risks and Rewards of Love: Is it Worth It? and upcoming Celebration of Women event. Brian Shaw promotes the upcoming "Cool Nights and Hot Jazz" at the Manship Theatre.…
 
Pinch, punch for the first of the month, this episode was released on 1st December 2020, which means just like that, Men's Month is over for another year and we welcome back the all-female line-up, with a woman who was pursued so much to appear on the show, that she could have used that as her opening crime, it's the fabulous comedian Jocelyn Jee E…
 
It's the FINAL men's month episode of 2021, and taking us out with a bang is the fantastic Ed Gamble, who wowed the crowd on stage at the sold-out DWSC residency at The Museum of Comedy! Ed starts us off with a crime story that leaves you wondering how many teenaged boys have citrus fruit in their pockets and then sparks a competition for tales of …
 
Rusty Yates talks the closing of the bar Churchill's. Joseph McBride remembers JFK on the anniversary of his assassination and his book, "Into the Nightmare: My Search for the Killers of President John F. Kennedy and Officer J. D. Tippit." Brian Mitchell discusses Oscar Dunn, the first Black Liuetenant Governor of Louisiana, and his book, "Oscar Du…
 
Smiley Anders talks his daily column and comments on Senator John Kennedy calling Saule Omarova "comrade." Jerry Ceppos discusses LSU faculty senate closing a public meeting to non-members. Jennifer Bickel Cook talks her book, "Pass it On: What I Learned from Mary Kay Ash." Chris Rosato talks the SLU journalism program, and being the Capitol corres…
 
At the time of release, it's the 3rd Wednesday in November, which means Taylor, Catie, and Hannah welcome the 3rd (and penultimate) man for Men's Month 2021 and it's only the wonderful actor and comedian, Nick Mohammed, who recorded this whilst filming in New Mexico no less! Nick starts us off with a trio of crimes that he has fallen victim to, one…
 
Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin discusses low voter turnout for the election this Saturday, and encourages people to get out and vote. Jeff Sadow and Dayne Sherman have a conversation about the voting system, voter fraud and politics in Louisiana. Jenny Ballard talks the muscial "Godspell," showing at Theatre Baton Rouge.…
 
Troy Broussard discusses AARP benefits and discounts offered to Veterans, events AARP will be putting on for Veteran's Day and phone scams. George Bell talks the importance of the renewal of the CATS tax. Mark Ballard discusses the federal deficit, Jack Strain, and voter turn out for the upcoming election.…
 
The DWSC Men's Month continues in style, as the ladies welcome a comedian whose character The Pub Landlord wouldn't approve of their drunken antics, but luckily, Al Murray is here as himself and is fully immersed in the fun and hijinx! Al starts us off with a crime story with some high and mighty perpetrators and the team then gets into a case that…
 
It's November, which can only mean one thing... nope, not Guy Fawks night... Thanks Giving? More like No Thanks (Giving), because at Drunk Women Towers the only thing the team will celebrate for four weeks straight is International Men's Day on 19th November, which means it raining MEN all month long! Men's Month 2021 is a particularly special affa…
 
Joining the Drunk Women hijinx this week is a last whose personal crime story is either a tale of dole queue drudgery or one of validation (we'll let you decide), it's writer and comedian, Sarah Mills! Sarah's show opener is a story of first and grit, which can also be said of the woman featured in this week's true crime case - it'll probably have …
 
The Drunk Women are here again and joining them to solve a case whilst imbibing a G&T is comedian and writer, Izzy Mant! Izzy starts us off with a story that heralds from a night out at one of the second-best venues in a UK seaside town. The team then pulls apart a crime-ridden tale that is reminiscent of a past case ... perhaps it's a coincidence,…
 
Another week and another big, bold, ballsy conversation. This week we meet a mentor for entrepreneurs, a public speaker on the global circuit and the founder of the ‘Imperfectly Perfect’ initiative, Mr Glenn Marsden. In their conversation Bobby and Glenn touched upon male body dysmorphia, recognising the signs of someone’s deterioration, the indica…
 
This week's episode is another riotous recording at the DWSC London residency at The Museum of Comedy! Joining Taylor, Catie and Hannah is the brilliant comedian Mary O'Connell who sets the crime-solving scene with a story of under 18s raving which will melt the coldest heart. We then dive into a true crime that starts off debating the role and eff…
 
This week we welcome our second female guest to the podcast. The incredibly talented author and social impact entrepreneur, Miss Jess Sanders. In the conversation, you'll hear a waffly ramble chat about unlearning gender roles, eating disorders, reward systems and some light Brene Brown appreciation This episode was recorded via Zoom on June 21, 20…
 
Well, what a night this was! Hannah, Catie, and Taylor burst onto the stage during London's Underbelly Festival for a night of drunk-solving mayhem in front of 300 fabulous fans AND had a very special guest in comedian and writer, Grace Campbell! Grace starts us off with a crime that could be considered more a crime against sex than anything else a…
 
This week, Bobby meets journalist, columnist, TV screenwriter and author, Mr Benjamin Law. During their chat, they covered mental health coping mechanisms, casual racism, growth in lockdowns and sleep apnea. This episode was recorded via Zoom on June 21, 2021. CAUTION: This contains two men having open, honest, judgement-free chats about their feel…
 
The 'countdown' is almost over, as the DWSC team finally welcomes etymologist and star of one of the UK's longest-running shows 'Countdown' (you can see the brilliant gag we made there) and its comedy, sister show, 'Cats Does Countdown', it is, of course, the one and only, Susie Dent! As well as giving us some pretty cool word origins, Susie also p…
 
After a small intermission, we're back. This week, Bobby meets men’s coach, author and founder of The Everyday Legends Academy, Mr Mike Campbell. During their conversation, they spoke about how childhood trauma can have long lasting ramifications in our adult life, the importance of asking yourself challenging questions and, of course, ducks. This …
 
Much fun was had in the making of this episode and a big part of that was this week's crime-solving guest, make-up artist, TV presenter, and star of BBC's Glow-Up, it's Hannah Cunningham AKA Empty Alien, or 'cool' Hannah as she shall now be known, although nothing was cool about the crime she shares at the start of the show, thanks to the creepy ma…
 
The Drunk Women are live again at The Museum of Comedy in London and as well as being joined by an audience of amateur detectives, they also brought comedian Ania Magliano along for the ride, who as it turns out wasn't too shabby as crime-solving herself! Ania, tells us about the time is desperately wanted in on a crime wave in her school and then …
 
The gals are live and unleashed again, as the residency at The Museum of Comedy continues into its second month, and joining Hannah, Catie, and Taylor in front of a lively crowd is writer, actor and comedian, Sarah Kendall! Sarah gets things going with some stories which link together a family trait that will have you opting for public transport ov…
 
In this riotous episode, we see Taylor, Hannah, and Catie back in front of an audience at The Museum of Comedy in London, where comedian Janine Harouni joined them for gin and tonics a-plenty with some pretty adept crime-solving chops! Janine starts things off by teaching us that ordering French onion soup on a blind date is something we should NEV…
 
What's this? The Drunk Women LIVE and unleashed? With an audience??? Hell yeah, the gang are back in the wild and were greeted by a full crowd at the first of their London residencies at The Museum of Comedy! The first guest to take to the stage was presenter and podcaster, Kirsten O'Brien, who although still damp from being caught in a summer flas…
 
Joining the force today is a lady who appears to be no stranger to solving some true crime, its presenter, podcaster, and campaigner, Laurita Blewitt! Laurita starts us off with a tale that demonstrates whilst CCTV may be invaluable to catching those up to no good, it also serves as evidence of epic crimes on the dance floor ... a chilling thought.…
 
This week's episode sees Taylor, Catie and Hannah welcome another note-taker to the force in the form of designer and presenter of BBCs Sewing Bee, Esme Young! Yes, Esme proves early on to be one of the ablest detectives we've seen on the show and also someone who seems to be of the opinion to forgive and forget if her own crime story is anything t…
 
To say the gang was excited to welcome this week's guest is a complete understatement, as comedian Hatty Ashdown is a good friend of the entire DWSC team and a cracking detective to boot! Hatty joins us with a tale in which you can decide if she was the victim of a stealth-like grifter, or whether good ol' English manners (repression) was the real …
 
This week we are joined by the lady with ALL the authority, Jackie Weaver! It won't come as a surprise to those of you familiar with Jackie's oeuvre to hear that not only is she whip-smart at solving other people's crimes, but also managed to facedown the person who was behind a criminal act she fell victim to... I'll bet they were shaking in their…
 
The team is here again and joining them in their sleuthing endeavors all the way from LA is actor, comedian, host & Entertainment Reporter Heather Brooker! Heather brings a thoroughly modern tale of crime, which depressingly and disproportionately affects women. The gang then go undercover for a story that was a perfect fit for this week's guest. T…
 
Design expert Mike Suomi is back to talk about how COVID continues to influence the future designs of hotels. Plus, we take a look at some great projects. This episode was originally aired as part of the series No Vacancy Live with Glenn Haussman and Anthony Melchiorri. Watch this episode on video here: https://youtu.be/4g-1PWj1iK4 We'll be returni…
 
Thank goodness for Wednesdays, as that means our favorite crime-solving sleuths drop into our podcast feeds bringing with them another recruit to the force, this week it's singer, songwriter Grace Petrie! Grace starts off proceedings with some stories that prove her credentials as a reluctant crime fighter after police seemingly mistake her as a la…
 
Welcome to another episode of Drunk Women Solving Crime, where this week comedian Sajeela Kershi recounts just a run-of-the-mill crime that she found herself caught up in, it's hardly a story .... JOKING!! Sajeela's story is the absolute epitome of drama! It's the stuff of films and we are SO lucky to have her on the show to share it with us. Once …
 
The Drunk Women welcome another note-taker to the force this week in the form of writer, comedian, and actor, Isy Suttie! Isy starts things off with a harrowing tale, which only goes to prove that you can't even trust a virgin - something Madonna should have warned us of in that song. The team then put their heads together to crack a case that thro…
 
The Drunk Women are here again and joining them this week is writer and podcaster, Rachel Creeger! Rachel starts things off with a story of fraudulent doings, which were perpetrated by a criminal so inept, they didn't even bother with a cursory google! We then have a smorgasbord of true crime delicacies served up by Hannah, including a tale of work…
 
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