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Eliza Harvey is an Australian journalist who moved to Indonesia from Australia in 2015. Each week she phones her Mum -- ABC broadcaster Geraldine Doogue -- back home in Sydney. Both women are news junkies and mothers and avid Netflix fans. But Eliza is a Millennial and Geraldine's a baby boomer, which leads to a different take on life. Tune in for half an hour of laughs and conversation.
 
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This is Vox Tablet, the weekly podcast of Tablet Magazine, the online Jewish arts and culture magazine that used to be known as Nextbook.org. Our archive of podcasts is available on our site, tablet2015.wpengine.com. Vox Tablet, hosted by Sara Ivry, varies widely in subject matter and sound -- one week it's a conversation with novelist Michael Chabon, theater critic Alisa Solomon, or anthropologist Ruth Behar. Another week brings the listener to "the etrog man" hocking his wares at a fruit-j ...
 
Gene Stone, author of The Trump Survival Guide, joins podcaster Howard Jacobson to present a weekly show highlighting the myriad ways ordinary Americans are resisting the descent into Trumpism. We talk with activists, historians, politicians, and regular folks who are on the front lines nationally and at the hyper-local level. Together, we shall overcome!
 
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The Play To Win Podcast is a show about... HOW TO MASTER THE ART OF FULFILLMENT So whether you're a full-time or side-hustle Entrepreneur, You have probably experienced the good, the bad and the ugly side of being on the roller coaster ride of being an Entrepreneur… This podcast will give you RELIABLE Insights, Tools, and... Resources for you to STOP struggling and suffering as an Entrepreneur. You will hear interviews from global experts As well as heart-to-heart conversation with me based ...
 
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What's it like to fall in love in your 90s? The award-winning author talks about the nonagenarian lovers in his latest novel From his loft high over Soho, Man Booker Prize-winning author Howard Jacobson speaks to JR's Arts Editor Judi Herman about his latest novel, Live A Little, which chronicles the joys – and humiliations – of romance in old ...…
 
Caroline Webb is the author of the wonderfully entertaining and useful How to Have a Good Day, which is basically a cookbook of how to be an effective human in the world. She is an executive coach, economist, and speaker, and the book comes out of her extensive knowledge of behavioral science and its application in the real world. How to Have a ...…
 
Caroline Webb is the author of the wonderfully entertaining and useful How to Have a Good Day, which is basically a cookbook of how to be an effective human in the world. She is an executive coach, economist, and speaker, and the book comes out of her extensive knowledge of behavioral science and its application in the real world. How to Have a ...…
 
It's been a bloody & upsetting week in the Middle East. Just over a week ago President Trump allowed Turkish President Erdogan to invade north-eastern Turkey, abandoning their protection of the Kurds. Scores of Kurds have been killed, as well as some Turks and as many as one hundred thousand people are displaced. The Syrian Kurds have now signe ...…
 
On this week’s show, we discuss the shock decision to split the prize between Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo, and look at two books about the UK’s Windrush generation. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/bookspodBy The Guardian.
 
Emma Kennedy, author, actress and TV writer talks to Katy Brand about her new book ‘The Things We Left Unsaid’. Emma’s previous books include ‘The Tent, The Bucket and Me’ which was adapted into The Kennedys for the BBC. She has also written children’s books and worked with the good and the great of British comedy (including Katy - so expect lo ...…
 
Emma Kennedy, author, actress and TV writer talks to Katy Brand about her new book ‘The Things We Left Unsaid’. Emma’s previous books include ‘The Tent, The Bucket and Me’ which was adapted into The Kennedys for the BBC. She has also written children’s books and worked with the good and the great of British comedy (including Katy - so expect lo ...…
 
Carly Asse is a fitness trainer and documentarian. His first film, Unsupersize Me, has been seen over 3 million times, and has inspired and guided countless people to embark on their own journeys of healthy weight loss. The post Documenting the Possibilities of Health with Carly Asse: PYP 343 appeared first on Plant Yourself.…
 
Carly Asse is a fitness trainer and documentarian. His first film, Unsupersize Me, has been seen over 3 million times, and has inspired and guided countless people to embark on their own journeys of healthy weight loss. The post Documenting the Possibilities of Health with Carly Asse: PYP 343 appeared first on Plant Yourself.…
 
On this week’s show, the British-American author talks about her 1,000-page stream-of-consciousness and we chat about ‘difficult books’. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/bookspodBy The Guardian.
 
Eliza has been so busy preparing for her daughter's 3rd birthday that she's stopped reading fiction books. But she's determined to pick it up again as a way to stop the endless checking of her phone. It turns out she's not alone. A recent article in the Guardian Newspaper sparked a conversation about how our phones are stopping our reflexive in ...…
 
This month Phil, Kate, Clive and Tony chat to Michael Etherton, Chief Executive of UK Jewish Film about the 2019 festival. Writer and director, Gary Sinyor on his sitcom 'The Jewish Enquirer'. Director, Esther Hoffman talks about the work of 'Step by Step'. Find out what happened at the JLGB special awards night, including a chat with Chief Rab ...…
 
This month Phil, Kate, Clive and Tony chat to Michael Etherton, Chief Executive of UK Jewish Film about the 2019 festival. Writer and director, Gary Sinyor on his sitcom 'The Jewish Enquirer'. Director, Esther Hoffman talks about the work of 'Step by Step'. Find out what happened at the JLGB special awards night, including a chat with Chief Rab ...…
 
Benjamin Alter, ND, treats his patients as if they actually have the power to heal themselves. This power introduces a wonderful and frustrating messiness into the scientific pursuit of truth. It's hard to control for. It's hard to randomize for. And it's hard to replicate. In fact, science has dealt with this messiness by, at best, pretending ...…
 
Benjamin Alter, ND, treats his patients as if they actually have the power to heal themselves. This power introduces a wonderful and frustrating messiness into the scientific pursuit of truth. It's hard to control for. It's hard to randomize for. And it's hard to replicate. In fact, science has dealt with this messiness by, at best, pretending ...…
 
On this week’s show, the US novelist talks about The Dutch House and we discuss your additions to our top 100 books of the 21st century list. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/bookspodBy The Guardian.
 
Eliza’s back from England where she watched Boris Johnson stagger from one crisis to another. She says the new British prime minister is quickly losing his authority within his own party. But as Eliza lands back in Beirut, there’s a bigger crisis erupting on the other side of the Atlantic. A complaint by a whistleblower has revealed that US pre ...…
 
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Rory Sutherland, the charismatic Vice Chairman of advertising agency Ogilvy, tells Katy how thinking counterintuitively can lead to success. Using examples from his Ted Talks (viewed 6.5 million times), his new book ‘Alchemy’ and the objects he brought in - he explains how ‘psycho-logic’ sells #PenguinPodcast For information regarding your data ...…
 
Gwyn Whittaker is a change-maker, and for the past several years she's deployed her considerable "get-it-done" skills to the plant-based movement. Whittaker is CEO of Greenfare Cafe in Herndon, Virginia, which is the only 100% whole-food, plant-based (WFPB), organic restaurant either of us has ever heard of. (If you know of one, please let me k ...…
 
Gwyn Whittaker is a change-maker, and for the past several years she's deployed her considerable "get-it-done" skills to the plant-based movement. Whittaker is CEO of Greenfare Cafe in Herndon, Virginia, which is the only 100% whole-food, plant-based (WFPB), organic restaurant either of us has ever heard of. (If you know of one, please let me k ...…
 
Journalist Nesrine Malik talks about her book We Need New Stories and we discuss the Guardian’s top 100 books of the 21st century. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/bookspodBy The Guardian.
 
For my money, Stephen Porges' Polyvagal Theory has done more to improve our ability to heal and grow and thrive as a civilization than any other scientific breakthrough of the past 50 years. Its advances over prior understandings of the human nervous system, psychology, and experiences of states like well-being, happiness, and love - are profou ...…
 
For my money, Stephen Porges' Polyvagal Theory has done more to improve our ability to heal and grow and thrive as a civilization than any other scientific breakthrough of the past 50 years. Its advances over prior understandings of the human nervous system, psychology, and experiences of states like well-being, happiness, and love - are profou ...…
 
This is a special edition of LDC. Join us for the first episode of Long Distance Bookclub. "Live a Little" is a sharp, funny and sometimes bleak novel about looking back at life as death nears. Geraldine loves Jacobson's writing and is giving it 4 out of 5 stars. Eliza enjoyed the book without loving it and is giving it three and a half out of ...…
 
On this week’s show, we look at the history of political memoirs, and speak to fantasy author Brian Catling and Weil sibling biographer Karen Olsson. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/bookspodBy The Guardian.
 
Geraldine is in New York City after attending a fabulous wedding in Virginia. She spent her last day in America travelling north to FDR's old residence in upstate New York. Geraldine has always thought of herself as a Londonophile, rather than a New Yorker. That's partly because she lived in London and has a greater affinity for its people and ...…
 
In this special LIVE edition from the Lowry in Manchester, Malorie Blackman OBE talks about the long-awaited fifth book in her Noughts and Crosses Series: ‘Crossfire’. Malorie has written over 70 books, is a former Children’s Laureate and has artists such as Stormzy counting themselves as super-fans. Malorie's chosen inspirational objects inclu ...…
 
In this special LIVE edition from the Lowry in Manchester, Malorie Blackman OBE talks about the long-awaited fifth book in her Noughts and Crosses Series: ‘Crossfire’. Malorie has written over 70 books, is a former Children’s Laureate and has artists such as Stormzy counting themselves as super-fans. Malorie's chosen inspirational objects inclu ...…
 
Ray Martin, aka "Old Man Skin and Bones," is on a mission to save others from what he went through: heart disease, expensive and unnecessary and potentially harmful medical care, and a bad case of the "If only I'd knowns." The post Bouncing Back from Heart Disease with Ray Martin: PYP 339 appeared first on Plant Yourself.…
 
Ray Martin, aka "Old Man Skin and Bones," is on a mission to save others from what he went through: heart disease, expensive and unnecessary and potentially harmful medical care, and a bad case of the "If only I'd knowns." The post Bouncing Back from Heart Disease with Ray Martin: PYP 339 appeared first on Plant Yourself.…
 
Eliza joins her husband Adam to cover the Islamic festival of Ashoura. They go to an area called "Dahiyeh" or the city suburbs. This is real Beirut, away from the flash restaurants of the Mediterranean and one of the strongholds of the militia gang, Hezbollah. The religious event is one of the rare times where you can meet Hezbollah fighters an ...…
 
On this week’s show, we talk to Laura Cumming and Rhik Samadder about their memoirs, take a look at the Booker shortlist and give a verdict on Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/bookspodBy The Guardian.
 
Amber Antonelli and Anthony Esposito run the Awaken Your Soul iboga retreat center in Costa Rica. Iboga is the name of a plant native to Gabon and neighboring West African countries that acts as a psychedelic, or as Amber and Anthony put it, a "teacher plant." The post Learning from Sacred Plants with Amber Antonelli and Anthony Esposito: PYP 3 ...…
 
Amber Antonelli and Anthony Esposito run the Awaken Your Soul iboga retreat center in Costa Rica. Iboga is the name of a plant native to Gabon and neighboring West African countries that acts as a psychedelic, or as Amber and Anthony put it, a "teacher plant." The post Learning from Sacred Plants with Amber Antonelli and Anthony Esposito: PYP 3 ...…
 
Eliza and her family spent Sunday on the beautiful white sandy beach of Tyre in Southern Lebanon. As they arrived back in Beirut, news broke that Hezbollah had fired rockets into Northern Israel in retaliation to last week's skirmishes. There were reports of soldiers being injured and killed. In the hours and days after the attack it's been rev ...…
 
In this week’s show, Rushdie talks about his Booker-nominated novel and we discuss the best literary road trips. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/bookspodBy The Guardian.
 
This month Phil, Jon, Tony & Clive hear from Musician, Jeremy Sassoon about his show 'MOJO (Musicians of Jewish Origin), which is on at JW3 on 26th September 2019. Chief Executive of Norwood, Bev Jacobson chats about the planned redevelopment of the Ravenswood site. Restaurateur, Lee Landau tells us why he has reopened Ruben's restaurant a matt ...…
 
This month Phil, Jon, Tony & Clive hear from Musician, Jeremy Sassoon about his show 'MOJO (Musicians of Jewish Origin), which is on at JW3 on 26th September 2019. Chief Executive of Norwood, Bev Jacobson chats about the planned redevelopment of the Ravenswood site. Restaurateur, Lee Landau tells us why he has reopened Ruben's restaurant a matt ...…
 
Jonathan Coe, author of political satires ‘What a Carve Up!’ and ‘The Rotters’ Club’ chats to Nihal about his new novel ‘Middle England’. Jonathan brings with him objects that have inspired his work and reveals what it’s like to be an Elvis impersonator warm-up act. #PenguinPodcast For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/pr ...…
 
Jonathan Coe, author of political satires ‘What a Carve Up!’ and ‘The Rotters’ Club’ chats to Nihal about his new novel ‘Middle England’. Jonathan brings with him objects that have inspired his work and reveals what it’s like to be an Elvis impersonator warm-up act. #PenguinPodcast For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/pr ...…
 
Jud Brewer is Director of Research and Innovation at the Mindfulness Center at Brown University, and a second-time guest on Plant Yourself. I wanted to catch up with Jud to find out how his academic research and public writing had migrated into the world. What is the state of mindfulness-based health improvement? Does he have data on how his ap ...…
 
Jud Brewer is Director of Research and Innovation at the Mindfulness Center at Brown University, and a second-time guest on Plant Yourself. I wanted to catch up with Jud to find out how his academic research and public writing had migrated into the world. What is the state of mindfulness-based health improvement? Does he have data on how his ap ...…
 
The shadow war between Israel and Iran might erupt into a direct conflict. Early Sunday morning, two Israeli armoured drones entered South Beirut, a region controlled by Hezbollah. The Iranian funded militia group says it will retaliate, a threat Israel appears to be taking very seriously. Eliza is monitoring the situation and hopes (for many r ...…
 
The Turkish author talks about 10 Minutes 38 Seconds in This Strange World, her new, Booker prize-longlisted novel. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/bookspodBy The Guardian.
 
Yeah, them's fighting words in the title of today's episode. And Garth David, MD, my lead author of Proteinaholic and co-conspirator in a mission to tell the world that chronic disease and obesity are preventable and reversible, is a fighter. The post Battling Bullshit with Garth Davis, MD: PYP 336 appeared first on Plant Yourself.…
 
Yeah, them's fighting words in the title of today's episode. And Garth David, MD, my lead author of Proteinaholic and co-conspirator in a mission to tell the world that chronic disease and obesity are preventable and reversible, is a fighter. The post Battling Bullshit with Garth Davis, MD: PYP 336 appeared first on Plant Yourself.…
 
Writers including Penelope Lively, Caryl Philips, Howard Jacobson and Yomi Sode explore how this idea has changed over time. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/bookspodBy The Guardian.
 
Here's the latest from Geraldine's appearance in court.By Eliza Harvey.
 
Do you check your phone in the car? Geraldine does (sometimes) and just got pinged by the Police. She copped a hefty fine. But even worse was the loss of five demirit points. She's now on the cusp of losing her licence. Geraldine has completed a driver re-education course and it's had a profound impact. She'll go before a Magistrate on Tuesday ...…
 
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