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In My Heart is a podcast hosted by Heather Thomson and is about all things from entrepreneurship, to motherhood and marriage, nutrition, fashion, travel, adventure, friendships and above all, it is about sparking the curiosity we all have inside us that can help us explore our passions and live our dreams. It started with the concept of conversations with friends, experts, learning more, encouraging independent thinking, and digging deeper into topics to inspire new perspectives. Each week, ...
 
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Friends Of Dorothy

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Friends Of Dorothy

Candy Warhol and Kiki St Clair

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Irish drag queens Candy and Kiki take their love of pop culture legends, queer heroes and inspiring icons to glittering camp new heights as they speak to their dream list of guests and emerging LGBTQIA talent. Candid, insightful, hilarious and your new obsession. New episodes every Tuesday. Subscribe now so you don't miss a thing!
 
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Ariane Andrew & Matthew Dillon

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Sippin' the Tea is a weekly celebrity and lifestyle driven talk show with Ariane Andrew, WWE star and media personality & Matthew Dillon, publicist and TV host. The dynamic duo keeps it poppin' and each week is filled with laughs, hot tea and more from each guest that drops by.Ariane and Matthew sip that tea, while celebrities and social media superstars 'spill that tea!'. Watch full Studio TV episodes here: https://bit.ly/2xZHAud
 
Dynasty As They Wanna Be is a podcast where hosts (and husbands) Derrik J. Lang and Kyler K. Jafari drill into every episode of Dynasty, the iconic 1980s television series starring John Forsythe, Linda Evans, and Joan Collins as members of the cat-fighting Carrington clan. Each week, Derrik and Kyler recap an installment of the landmark prime-time soap opera that defined an era with sequins and shoulder pads. For more, go to nastypodcast.com. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privac ...
 
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Rona Berg is the Editorial Director of Organic Spa Media. She is the former Editorial Director of ELLE, Deputy Style Editor for the New York Times Magazine, Contributing Editor to SPA Magazine and Advisory Board member of SHAPE for her expertise in health and wellness. She is a longtime journalist, digital content director and best-selling author o…
 
Legendary comics creator Howard Chaykin rejoins the show to celebrate the conclusion of his Time2 opus, soon to be released in The Time2 Omnibus (Image Comics)! We talk about revisiting Time2 after a three-decade hiatus, his original intention for that world, the thrill & sleaze of NYC in his youth, and what he's learned about comics storytelling o…
 
Psychotherapist Andrew Jamieson joins the show to talk about his new book, MIDLIFE: Humanity's Secret Weapon (Notting Hill Editions/NYRB). We get into the history of midlife crises and the flowering that can result from that experience (while delving into our own respective midlife crises, as well as mankind's), Jung's theory of individuation & how…
 
Dan Buettner, National Geographic Explorer, writer, and founder of Blue Zones: areas where people live long, healthy, happy lives. Blue Zones are areas across the globe where people tend to live the longest and have remarkably low rates of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and obesity. Dan explores what elements make up these blue zones, including f…
 
With her fantastic new book, Meet Me by the Fountain: An Inside History of The Mall (Bloomsbury USA), architecture critic Alexandra Lange explores a subject near and dear to my NJ-native heart: The Mall! We talk about the evolving role of malls in modern America, the various snobberies that look down on malls and how she sidestepped them for her bo…
 
Louie Schwartzberg’s latest film, Fantastic Fungi, now on Netflix explores the world of mushrooms and all the uses to help save the planet. Louie has spent his notable career providing breathtaking imagery using his time-lapse, high-speed and macro cinematography techniques. Schwartzberg is a visual artist who breaks barriers, connects with audienc…
 
Professor & biographer Ira Nadel joins the show to talk about PHILIP ROTH: A Counterlife (Oxford University Press). We get into Ira's approach to literary biography, his history with Roth's books, and what it was like publishing the other major Roth bio of 2021 (and whether the materials & records that Roth authorized for Blake Bailey's biography w…
 
Dr. Sylvia Kalicinski is a Ph.D. level therapist and writer who loves teaching simple strategies backed by brain science and mindfulness. She simplifies brain health, therapy, and coaching while adding a dash of spirituality to help people better understand themselves. Her education encompasses a broad approach to better understanding the impacts o…
 
To celebrate the publication of the groundbreaking book, FRANZ KAFKA: THE DRAWINGS (Yale University Press), contributors Andreas Kilcher & Judith Butler join the show for a wide-ranging conversation about Kafka's art & how it intersects — and diverges from — his writing. We get into their essays in the book (and Andreas' role as co-editor), the hum…
 
Amy is an Olympic gold medalist in numerous swim events and is in the International Swimming Hall of Fame and the US Olympic Hall of Fame. She has co-hosted a nationally syndicated sports radio show and been a sideline reporter. She also recently covered swim events for the Olympics for NBC. In 2014, Amy was in an ATV accident and severed her spina…
 
90's icon Jenna Leigh Green chats to Candy and Kiki about Sabrina The Teenage Witch, creating Libby Chessler and the reaction from fans. She also discusses her musical theatre roles in Wicked and Bare as well as life in lockdown and her new movie with Kate Bosworth. Later in the episode the queens discuss their favourite Sabrina moments and help a …
 
Kelley Nemiro’s mission is to help women know they are not alone and that they can feel better in their bodies and mind. Kelley is a certified health coach and founder of Wellness by Kelley. Knowing how daunting it is to take your health into your own hands, Kelley provides help to her community in an affordable and sustainable way to set women up …
 
Playwright, performer and acoustic punk raconteur Alvin Eng joins the show to celebrate his new memoir, Our Laundry, Our Town: My Chinese American Life from Flushing to the Downtown Stage and Beyond (Fordham University Press). We get into his Chinese-American upbringing in the 1960s/70s, his evolution into musical theater and the education of '70s …
 
Joy Bauer, MS, RDN, CDN, is one of the nation’s leading health authorities. She is the nutrition and healthy lifestyle expert for the TODAY show and the host of NBC’s Health + Happiness. She recently launched her own Amazon Live weekly show, Health, Happiness, Joy, where she answers viewers’ questions in real-time and cooks up mouthwatering recipes…
 
Fashion critic, journalist and author Charlie Porter joins the show to celebrate the US publication of WHAT ARTISTS WEAR (WW Norton). We talk about the Agnes Martin photo that inspired the book, the ways we look at artists' clothes and what they say about our notions of art, culture, gender & society, Charlie's history with fashion and with art, th…
 
Kathe Koja rejoins the show to celebrate the launch of her new project, Dark Factory (Meerkat Press)! We talk about how Dark Factory combines a novel with immersive fiction elements to create a new world, and how — no matter what the innovation — it all begins with character. We get into her history of building immersive events and watching what th…
 
Ex RHONY. Journalist. Author of two books. and Now Entrepreneur. Started Sex and Good, a company that helps women with products for keeping their sex drive up, and creates a forum for women to talk about sex. Also created Flywear7, her fashionable hazmat suit perfect during Covid times. Carole also consults on Violet Grey’s picks of beauty skincare…
 
Author & biographer Julie Phillips joins the show to celebrate her amazing new book, The Baby on the Fire Escape: Creativity, Motherhood, and the Mind-Baby Problem (WW Norton). We get into the tensions of being a mother & having a life in the arts, the definitions of motherhood and how women's roles changed in the 20th century (and what's different…
 
Alexander Farnsworth is a writer, photographer, artist and entrepreneur. He started as an editorial and marketing intern at André Balazs Properties and The Standard and then helped pioneer The Standard’s social media. He went on to be a digital director at Paul Wilmont Agency before starting his own social media agency and then founding Farnsworth …
 
Painter Celia Paul rejoins the show for the US debut of her new book, Letters To Gwen John (NYRB). We talk about how Celia found herself through corresponding with the late artist (d. 1938), the parallels between her life and Gwen's, especially their respective relationships with Lucian Freud and Rodin, the notion of aesthetic solitude and artistic…
 
People often refer to Jeffrey Gurian as a “Renaissance Man”, because he’s involved in so many things. He’s a doctor, but he’s also a comedy writer, performer, director, author, producer, motivational speaker, radio personality, and not always in that order. Jeffrey is a former Cosmetic Dentist and Clinical Professor at New York University where he …
 
Legendary author John Crowley rejoins the show to celebrate his new novel, Flint And Mirror (Tor Books), as well as his just-before-the-pandemic collections, And Go Like This and Reading Backwards. We get into the career-long gestation of this novel, the role of Hugh O'Neill in the English-Irish wars, the alchemy of melding history and the fantasti…
 
JR Martinez was born in Shreveport, Louisiana. When he turned nine, he and his mom moved to Hope, Arkansas. After graduating high school in 2002, JR joined the U.S. Army. In February 2003, JR was deployed to the Middle East. Two months later, he was driving a Humvee when it’s left front tire hit an IED; JR suffered smoke inhalation and severe burns…
 
Did you miss us? In this installment of Dynasty As They Wanna Be, hosts Derrik J. Lang and Kyler K. Jafari are back to drill into the third season finale "The Cabin" to examine who would want to torch Krystle Carrington (Linda Evans) and Alexis Colby (Joan Collins) and why Blake Carrington (John Forsythe) has reached homophobic new lows. They also …
 
Swedish cartoonist (okay: serietecknare) Anneli Furmark joins the show to celebrate the publication of her wonderful graphic novel Walk Me To The Corner (Drawn & Quarterly, tr. Hanna Strömberg). We get into her evolution as a cartoonist, how she copes with winter in northern Sweden and why drawing in summer isn't as fun, the flow from life into sto…
 
Founded by Steven Lagos in 1977, Lagos jewelry is known for its jewelry craftsmanship and the proprietary design technique of textured caviar-like beading. Lagos launched Lagos Jewelry at the young age of 19 and has grown it to be the world-known brand today. Steven first became interested in jewelry making when he realized at a young age that jewe…
 
In this very special bonus episode of Dynasty As They Wanna Be, host Derrik J. Lang chats with Dynasty stars John James, Jack Coleman, and Gordon Thomson ahead of their "Cocktails with the Carringtons" show. The trio discuss how they were originally cast in the series, why their bond is still so strong, and what they thought was their proudest mome…
 
The legendary Peaches returns one year on from her first interview to chat about new music, drag, politics and life in Berlin. Candy, Kiki and Max also talk about The Teaches Of Peaches anniversary, Madonna, t.A.T.u. and Candy's recent gig in Knock, the most religious town in Ireland. Later in the episode the queens answer more listener questions. …
 
Author & MFA teacher Nicholas Delbanco rejoins the show to celebrate Why Writing Matters (Yale University Press). We get into the notion of literary greatness, the immense craft and revision involved in good writing, the pride of seeing his students achieve lofty heights, and the ways imitation and influence can give way to originality. More info a…
 
Tina Anderson’s journey into the world of health had a unique start and some unusual turns. She began her career as a trial lawyer who specialized in settling cases by bringing both sides together, a personal passion of hers. Once her second child arrived, Tina left that high-stress job behind so she could focus on her family. Luckily, she was stil…
 
In March 2021, Chaka made history as the 1st black woman and only second woman to join the on-field officiating staff in the National Football League. Maia is a multi-faceted, goal-oriented individual with a passion for breaking glass ceilings and being an example for young women worldwide. Originally from Rochester, New York, Chaka grew up with a …
 
Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Sebastian Smee joins the show to talk about his career and the notions of artistic rivalry, influence and love, and how they came together in his 2017 book, The Art of Rivalry: Four Friendships, Betrayals and Breakthroughs in Modern Art. We get into how he got his start in art criticism in Australia, his love for M…
 
Noel Asmar is a Canadian designer with an innate curiosity for the way people live. Her passion for cultural diversity and languages drew her overseas at a young age to pursue a career in international hotel management and marketing. Constantly inspired by the people around her, Noel continued her design journey after returning to Canada from her m…
 
Season 3 premieres with special guest Jamie-Lee O'Donnell (Derry Girls and Screw) who joins Candy and Kiki to chat about growing up in the 90s, part-time jobs, her earned success and what she would like to see on offer for future Irish actors. Derry Girls' stars Louisa Harland and Saoirse-Monica Jackson also stop by to surprise Jamie-Lee in a hilar…
 
Rebecca Mead joins the show to celebrate her amazing new memoir, Home/Land (Knopf)! We talk about the adventure of making a midlife leap — her departure from NYC after 30 years & her return to England —, the ways this memoir differs from My Life In Middlemarch, the moment she truly felt like she was a writer at The New Yorker, and more! Follow Rebe…
 
With her fantastic new book, Accidental Gods: On Men Unwittingly Turned Divine (Metropolitan Books), Anna Della Subin explores how deification has been used for liberation and oppression. We talk religion, rationalism, colonialism, oppression, and mythmaking, and the strange ways in which cultures have collided in the past five centuries, as well a…
 
Celebrity Stylist, successful salon owner, His award winning salon reached the height of popularity after being featured on Bravo TV, where they gathered millions of fans. Since this exposure, Martino and his salon have been featured in Modern Salon Magazine, Vogue, Launchpad, Behind the Chair, Salon Today, and The Golden Globes. Before creating hi…
 
New Yorker staff cartoonist David Sipress joins the show to celebrate his new book, What's So Funny?: A Cartoonist's Memoir (Mariner Books)! We get into the instant gratification of cartooning vs. the joy of writing a great piece of prose, the family dynamics that he's been puzzling through for 7+ decades, what it's like to process much of one's li…
 
Mandy Ingber, is a celebrity fitness, yoga and wellness expert. Her twenty-five years of teaching experience have attracted such clients as Jennifer Aniston, Kate Beckinsale, Helen Hunt, Ricki Lake, Jennifer Lawrence, and Brooke Shields. Mandy’s classes have been awarded “Best of LA” in Daily Candy, LA Weekly, and Los Angeles Magazine. She is The N…
 
Author Mark Prins joins the show to celebrate his debut novel, The Latinist (WW Norton), a fantastic, Highsmith-ian novel of Oxford intrigue. We talk classics, poetry (Latin & otherwise), metamorphoses (Ovidian & otherwise), writing across gender, the Blake poem that transformed him, why it's important to Be Kind To Your Reader, & more. Follow Mark…
 
Psychologist (clinical and Forensic), Sex Therapist, Sex Addiction Therapist and trained couples therapist. She is a contributor to POOSH, Psychology Today and House of Wise. She is CEO of The Modern Intimacy practice. Modern Intimacy was born out of Dr. Kate Balestrieri’s recognition that all humans are social and relational beings. As such, menta…
 
Author, critic and editor Nicole Rudick joins the show to celebrate the publication of her amazing book, What Is Now Known Was Once Only Imagined: An (Auto)Biography of Niki de Saint Phalle (Siglio Press). We get into Niki de Saint Phalle's word-paintings & what they tell us about the arts of revelation and concealment, Nicole's shifting concept of…
 
Andrea is a life coach and author of “Stop Sweating and Start Talking: How to Make Sex Chats with Your Kids Easier Than You Think. A parental guide to that “sex talk” time. Andrea’s work as a life coach focuses on supporting women interested in trading-in feelings of overwhelm for confidence and contentment. She worked for decades in public health,…
 
Cartoonist Darryl Cunningham rejoins the show to talk about his brand-new graphic biography, Putin's Russia: The Rise of a Dictator (Drawn & Quarterly). We get into Putin's postwar upbringing in Leningrad, his KGB career, the fall of the USSR, and how those key elements play into his strategy and tactics for Russia on the world stage. (We also disc…
 
Trey Carlisle is the Co-creator of the Black Legacy Project using music to bring people together, to explore historic songs that honor protest, black relations and black history. Trey Carlisle Grew up in LA. and has always had music as part of his life. He is a rapper, singer, songwriter, plays guitar, drums, and piano. Trey loves singing and danci…
 
Let's pre-celebrate Valentine's Day with a conversation with Scott Meslow, author of the brand-new book, From Hollywood With Love: The Rise and Fall (and Rise Again) of the Romantic Comedy! We get into how Scott defines RomComs, what inspired him to chronicle their history, what these movies say about audiences & audience expectations, the entertai…
 
Dr.Jenn is a psychotherapist, couples and family therapist, author, speaker, tv and radio host. She is a well-recognized psychotherapist, most known as the host and therapist for VH1’s long-standing hit shows Couples Therapy with Dr. Jenn, and Family Therapy with Dr. Jenn. She has appeared as a guest expert on other shows including: The Today Show,…
 
With Bianca Stigter's documentary, Three Minutes: A Lengthening, on the festival circuit, author and inadvertent historian Glenn Kurtz joins the show to talk about his 2014 book Three Minutes in Poland: Discovering a Lost World in a 1938 Family Film (FSG), the vibrant Jewish life in prewar Polish Nasielsk, and all that was lost and all that he foun…
 
Healer, Reframer, Intuitive Advisor, Intuitive Business Coach, Author, Medium, Animal Communicator, Bereavement Facilitator, Seth’s vision is to inspire the world, to smile and therefore heal from the inside. By the time he was thirty-two years old, Seth has already cheated death three times, narrowly escaped two kidnappings, and lost five good fri…
 
With his new book Disaster Mon Amour (Yale University Press), legendary film critic & writer David Thomson explores the intersection of disaster-as-entertainment and disaster-as-real-life. We get into how the imminent destruction from catastrophes like the pandemic, climate change, and authoritarianism have made us more cynical, why we thrill to CG…
 
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