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Best James Wallace podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best James Wallace podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Real Estate Today Radio Presented by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®We're the radio show about all-things real estate with award-winning broadcaster Stephen Gasque. It's everything you need to know about your home, from buying and selling to improving its value even the current state of the market.Listen, Join, and Share in the American Dream!
 
Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Gibson guide you through the most interesting true crime stories. This is a true crime podcast that spares none of the details and delves into what makes these killers tick. Join us for a good mix of lesser known cases as well as our take on what we call the "Big Timers". We don't take ourselves too seriously but we take true crime very seriously.
 
Four veteran waitresses clap back in a new weekly comedy podcast where nothing's off the table other than the 15% tip we just stuffed into our apron. Hosted by Brooke Van Poppelen and Andrea Wallace featuring Joselyn Hughes and Kyle June Williams, the group uses their combined 50+ years of servitude, extensive careers in comedy (while waiting tables), and disdain for entitled Yelp culture to dish about the career that everyone should experience to be a decent human being. Side Work Podcast c ...
 
Servicemembers from across the military, sharing their accounts of combat and survival. Hosted by sports talk radio host and Army veteran, Mark Zinno, this podcast brings you firsthand accounts of war, with a perspective you only get from someone who has lived through it. From WWII to Vietnam, Somalia, and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, hear inspirational stories of service and resiliency from those who have fought on and off the battlefield!
 
Tom Price and Samantha Baines trawl through the Amazon purchase histories of a variety of comedians. Everything you’ve ever bought on that website is on record - it's the true story of who you really are. Expect in-depth discussion of powdered peanuts, dog costumes, utility belts and books that claim you can change your life by improving your handwriting. And lots more.
 
A radio show, podcast, and radical media hub showcasing culture workers reshaping Chicago for the more equitable and creative. Listen to longform humanizing conversations with artists, organizers, performers, comedians, scholars, and more who are reimagining Chicago and beyond toward liberation. Hosted by Damon Williams and Daniel Kisslinger.
 
The comedy podcast about toxic characters, writers, and tropes of literature, folklore, myths, and legend. Join host Emily Edwards to discuss feminist literature, toxic masculinity, gender roles, and intersectional representation in books. These are the Fuckbois of Literature. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fuckboisoflit/support
 
Podcast for the book lovers out there. Listen in on the books I review and the Words that Spoke to My Soul from each. Full list of books available on Facebook, Words For The Soul Book Club Group page, https://m.facebook.com/groups/859535664206214?ref=share. Happy Listening!!! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wftsbookclub/support
 
Henry David Thoreau once wrote, "it is time that we had uncommon schools, that we did not leave off our education when we begin to be men and women." Through the words and videos of this podcast you are about to enter an "uncommon school," one designed to provide you with valuable information that will fill a large gap in your life and your instructors are, without question, the greatest faculty ever assembled to teach the subject of success and how to achieve it.Napoleon Hill, Dorothea Bran ...
 
Every Thursday afternoon from 1:00 – 3:00 pm ET, NASCAR veteran Jeff Holtzclaw, Heather Meyer of the Stock Car Gazette, RCR Development driver Tim George Jr. and Camping World Truck Series competitor Caitlin Shaw discuss the latest happenings in the world of NASCAR and welcome some of the top names in the sport as special guests. Recent guests include Brian Vickers, David Reutimann, Bill Elliott, Bobby Labonte, AJ Allmendinger, David Ragan, Jamie McMurray, Reed Sorenson, Regan Smith, David S ...
 
The Perils of Pauline is one of the first damsel in distress serials. The story is complete with undaunted hero, courageous damsel, unscrupulous villains galore, and other worldly interest. Before getting married, Pauline wants to experience the world and have adventures. When her guardian dies and leaves her an estate in trust of his secretary, adventures suddenly become more hazardous. Pauline charters aeroplanes, meets untrustworthy pirates, braves dangerous China Town, flies in a hot air ...
 
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Michael Patrick MacDonald is the author of the best-selling memoir, "All Souls: A Family Story From Southie" and the acclaimed "Easter Rising: A Memoir of Roots and Rebellion." He has been awarded an American Book Award, A New England Literary Lights Award, and a fellowship at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Study Center. He is also a regular…
 
THE APOCALYPSE IS UPON US. Okay, okay, okay it's just Valentine's Day 2020 and here we are still alive, maybe a bit more weary, maybe dreading working on this day/night of horror but Side Work is here FOR YOU. We of course want to pour some out for our server homies who have to go to war with a sea of amateur two tops tonight but then we explore al…
 
Today we celebrate one of Britain's great explorers and the first apple parer. We'll learn about the wonderful willow, and we'll celebrate the very first field trip of the Philadelphia Botanical Club, which happened 128 years ago today. Today's Unearthed Words feature poems from the author of Anne of Green Gables. We Grow That Garden Library™ with …
 
Today we celebrate the botanist who sailed with Captain James Cook on the Endeavor and the man regarded as the father of North American mycology. We'll learn about the man who patented the first practical lawnmower 198 years ago today. Today's Unearthed Words feature a poet and writer who used the names Flora or Florilla as her pseudonyms. We Grow …
 
In his new book “Running Against the Devil: A Plot to Save America from Trump--and Democrats from Themselves” former Republican strategist Rick Wilson draws from his decades of national political experience to offer this case-by-case takedown of a president he considers the worst in history. In this eye-opening work, Wilson blows the lid off Trump’…
 
Today we celebrate the Dutch botanist who figured out the king bee was actually a queen and the poet gardener who preferred curves over straight lines. We'll learn about the evolutionist who started out as a staunch Christian and who once wrote, "I did not in the least doubt the strict and literal truth of every word in the Bible." Today's Unearthe…
 
Rachel Vorona Cote joins host Emily Edwards to talk about her upcoming book TOO MUCH: How Victorian Constraints Still Bind Women Today. A deeply moving combination of memoir and literary research, this book will leave you as breathless as a cinched corset. Rachel and I discuss the concept of "muchness," how we relate to Victorian mores and heroines…
 
By now you've heard about Cyntoia and how her story went viral on social media. Many advocated for her release and in 2019 she was granted clemency. But how did she get there? Tune in and find out what you might not know about Cyntoia Brown-Long--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wftsbookclub/support…
 
Today we celebrate a woman who was once the wealthiest woman in England, and she happily spent a fortune on plants. We also celebrate the man who transformed his family farm into a glorious garden. And, we'll learn about the Oxford professor who is remembered by a flower known as the "Jewel of the Desert." Today's Unearthed Words feature thoughts o…
 
Anastasia Nesvetailova and Ronen Palan’s new book “Sabotage: The Hidden Nature of Finance” is an intellectual detective story tracing the origins of financial sabotage, starting with the work of a prescient American economist who saw the capacity for banks and businesses to dissemble and profit as early as the 1920s. Join us for a discussion with t…
 
Amy Oldfield is the owner of a successful Personal training studio in Bristol called Empowered fitness. She shares her business journey, her top tips for women looking to get in better shape and why she doesn't like gyms.Amy: https://www.efitbristol.co.uk/Rob: http://rleat-fitness.com/online-trainingGreg: http://gregdetisi.coach/https://www.gregdet…
 
Today we celebrate the man who suggested naming the Twinflower for Linnaeus and the botanist who gave Meriwether Lewis a crash course in botany. We'll learn about the English writer who wrote, that, "God once loved a garden we learn in holy writ and seeing gardens in the spring, I well can credit it." And we also tip our hats to the British botanis…
 
Jaacob Van Winkle turned to alcohol and drugs at an early age. His first documented run-in with police was at the age of 16. For the rest of his free days, Jaacob was in and out or prison. Some of his crimes were despicable but it seems as though his sentences were light and he was let out to create more misery. All of this led to Van Winkle's fina…
 
In the late 1930s, as part of the government employees tracked down 3,000 men and women who had been enslaved before and during the Civil War. The federal workers asked them probing questions about slave life. What did they think about their slaveholders? What songs did they sing? What games did they play? Did they always think about escaping? The …
 
Rat chat! Paper eating! What f*ckin' cake?!?! It's a new episode of Side Work! Today we have comedian and writer Maggie Maye join us mainly to shut down our dreams of talking about "southern hospitality" when she immediately corrects us that Texas (where she's from) is not the South. We do our best to discuss food, vibes, and service industry skill…
 
Today we celebrate the botanist who served as Lieutenant Governor of New York and the first American female botanist in America. We'll learn about the man who changed agriculture forever with his invention. Today's Unearthed Words feature the English Victorian author born today. He loved geraniums. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book that feat…
 
Today we celebrate the Italian botanist who introduced coffee and bananas to Europe and the botanist who described new varieties of mums from China on this day in 1822. We'll learn about the man who could see the capabilities of a landscape In the botanist who wrote encouraging letters to one of his students. Today's Unearthed Words Feature sayings…
 
Throughout its history, New York City has been a battleground for international espionage, a place where secrets are created, stolen and passed on through clandestine meetings and covert communications. In over 200 entries, H. Keith Melton and Robert Wallace’s beloved guidebook “Spy Sites of New York City: A Guide to the Region’s Secret History” ta…
 
Today we celebrate the savior of the Royal Botanic Garden, Kew, and the fir tree described by Meriwether Lewis as "Fir No. 5." We'll learn about the man who discovered a plant that was called "the ugliest yet most botanically magnificent plant in the world" by Joseph Dalton Hooker. And, we celebrate the 124th birthday of the founding of the New Eng…
 
In the 1820s, few Americans could imagine a viable future for black children. Even abolitionists saw just two options for African American youth—permanent subjection or exile. Anna Mae Duane’s book “Educated for Freedom: The Incredible Story of Two Fugitive Schoolboys Who Grew Up to Change a Nation” tells the story of James McCune Smith and Henry H…
 
Today we celebrate the Swiss botanist who started a botanical Dynasty and the man who coined the term osmosis. We’ll learn about the American landscape architect who made England his home and cheered on so many gardeners with his book Successful Town Gardening. Today’s Unearthed Words feature words about winter. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a …
 
Before he became a familiar journalistic voice at WNYC or WBAI’s former general manger, Robert Hennelly was national affairs correspondent for Pacifica Network News. His writing has appeared in the New York Times, Slate, the Village Voice, the Christian Science Monitor, the Miami Herald, the Detroit Free Press along with dozens of other magazines a…
 
Today we celebrate the man who wrote the Flora of North America from across the pond in London much to the chagrin of American botanists. We’ll learn about the Dutch botanist who discovered the phalaenopsis orchid and the coleus on the island of Java. Today’s Unearthed Words review some sayings about the month of February in the garden. We Grow Tha…
 
“Are you a fan of Whispering Angel rosé? Or for that matter, any Provençal rosé? What about Chianti? Or Côtes du Rhône? Do you drink Spanish wines—Rioja, Albariño, Priorat, Cava? Barolo? Barbaresco? How about Prosecco? Would you like to pay 100 percent more for them in 2020? Or perhaps not even be able to find them for sale at all?” read the openin…
 
We are back with a topic so obvious and integral to the job - BUSSERS. It's a complicated relationship we all have with the person who can truly impact whether the restaurant turns or burns. To talk about this nuanced position is Qualin Harris, aka Confessions of a Server who joins us to riff about work hustle in Toledo, OH. As always the Server Su…
 
Real Estate Today Radio - SHOW 573 On this week's Real Estate Today, it's our special show "Homeownership in the Roaring 20's." This Week's Show Includes: - Top News Of The Week - The Two Best Days - The Down Payment - Ask the Millennial! - Smart Home Technology - Get REALTOR(R) Become a part of the community at http://retradio.com!…
 
Today we celebrate the man who found a splendid crabapple growing in his nursery and the anniversary of a society that celebrates the flower of the rainbow, We'll learn about the “Grand Lady of Canadian Horticulture" and a Colorado State botanist who fought to protect the Columbine. Today’s Unearthed Words, we hear simple poems from a Quaker poet. …
 
Sigurd Hole has been one of Norway's most sought after musicians for the past decade. He has been part of more than 40 album releases and has appeared on many of the world’s most famous stages, from Lincoln Center to the Wellington Opera House, from Rio de Janeiro’s Cidade des Artes to the De Roma in Antwerp. In this installment of Leonard Lopate a…
 
This week Rob and Greg Interview Dani Wallace aka The Queen Bee. She drescribers herself as a former serial self-saboteur having grown up on the council estates of Preston, Dani has survived the adversity of domestic violence, homelessness and single parenthood to become a leading voice in female empowerment.Dani: https://www.iamthequeenbee.co.uk/h…
 
Today we celebrate the botanical illustrator who was wrongfully fired from his first job and the French botanist who spent a month in California with a boatful of Russians. We'll learn about the botanical name of the city where people leave their hearts, and we’ll fall in love with a classic garden writer from Bronxville, New York. Today’s Unearthe…
 
In his new book “In Defense of Public Service: How 22 Million Government Workers Will Save our Republic,” former deputy mayor and police chief-turned-CNN commentator Cedric L. Alexander argues that these people are not pursuing a hidden “deep state” agenda. They are the analysts, scientists, lawyers, accountants, educators, consultants, enforcers o…
 
Today we celebrate the German-American botanist who saved the French wine industry and the very first Iris-breeder who urged other hybridizers to “be bold.” We'll learn about the woman who sparked significant legislative change after birds and insects were killed in her garden and the man who fought to protect habitat for the Blazing Star. In Unear…
 
The human brain is an extraordinary machine. Its ability to process information and adapt to circumstances by reprogramming itself is unparalleled and it remains the best source of inspiration for recent developments in artificial intelligence. In his new book “How We Learn: Why Brains Learn Better Than Any Machine…for Now,” Stanislas Dehaene decod…
 
Today we celebrate an eighteenth-century man who was a friend of many famous gardeners. And, the Danish surgeon associated with many wonderful plants from the Himalayas. We'll learn about the Swedish botanist who had a thing for algae and the man who started the only arboretum between the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains. Today’s Unearthed…
 
In honor of the 30th anniversary of the conclusion of Operation Just Cause, this week we bring you an incredible story of combat and survival from that campaign. David Reeves was a Ranger fire team leader with Charlie Co, 3rd BN, 75th Ranger Regiment during the invasion of Panama. His company's mission was to seize the airfield at Torrijos Airport,…
 
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