A city slicker and country bumpkin sit down and talk with locals about current issues.
Biographical series in which guests choose someone who has inspired their lives.
The Capitol Confidential podcast is a weekly show from the Times Union that focuses on the policy, personalities and politics of New York's state government.
Casual conversations with dope people about how they got to where they are in their life and career, with a focus on the minutiae of things.
Comedian and TV host Mike Siegel sits down for a lighthearted chat with his friends: comedians, actors, writers producers, and travel professionals, about the joys and and nightmares of travel.
The Disability And…Podcast gets right to the heart of some of the most pressing issues in arts, culture and beyond with a series of bold, provocative and insightful interviews with disabled artists, key industry figures and the odd legend. The Disability And…Podcast is currently monthly.
Story-telling / Story-listening podcast explores multiple Indigenous and cultural epistemologies (worldviews, sciences, pedagogies, cosmology). It documents a practice of recording oral stories/teachings as a method of preparation for climate change (changes to land, water, living beings and inter-relationships). The host, Jessica Hum, aims to build relationships of mutual respect and reciprocity, producing a series of podcasts which serve as a boundary object. As a self-identified Indigenou ...
Podcast by Steven McCoy
Stories and voices of the people of northern Minnesota. From Phenology to books - state politics to arts - youth and women. We are community radio in northern Minnesota - an independent NPR affiliate.
Everyone has a cancer story. Whether its affected us directly or to a family member, a friend, or anyone that we love. Each story is different but equally so important. Some stories include pee your pants funny situations, and some of these stories are pull your heart out sobbing on the floor. But I will tell you one thing, all of the stories that you find on this podcast are individually authentic and 100% true. My name is Jessica Nelson, I'm not famous you wouldn't know me from anywhere bu ...
This podcast was created to help parents around the world with the “biggies” of family life. Play Therapy Community will present a fresh, insightful episode once a week, usually on Thursday mornings. On this podcast, we will cover topics such as picky eaters, struggles in school, behavioral issues, grief and loss, and so much more. We’ll also delve into specific diagnosis such as ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Specific Learning Disabilities, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, etc. Difficult top ...
What life exists for you outside your comfort zone? How does one cultivate the strength, courage and faith to move beyond the fears that hold us back? Graham Wardle explores the personal journeys of his guests and how they have stepped beyond what is familiar/safe and into the unknown.
Welcome to WO Voices, a podcast series from Women In Optometry, featuring women ODs and others who talk about some aspect of practice, business, career choices, family, volunteer interests, leadership in the profession and more. WO Voices is a chance to share ideas within the WO community and beyond. It’s another platform to bring women’s voices in the profession to the fore. If you’d like to join us on a podcast episode, we’d love to hear from you.
The Minority Trailblazer is a weekly podcast posted every Thursday hosted by Greg E. Hill (www.GregEHill.com). This podcast is dedicated to minorities who are blazing a trail in a variety of industries such as education, business, comedy, entrepreneurship, etc. My goal is to share their stories in hopes to inspire, educate, and ultimately encourage others to live with purpose and passion.
Presented by The Knowledge Center at Chaddock, Attachment Theory in Action is a weekly podcast featuring national experts from the field of attachment and trauma. Hosted by Karen Buckwalter, MSW, LCSW, the podcast is dedicated to therapists, social workers, counselors and psychologists working with clients from an attachment-based perspective. Listeners sit in on Karen’s insightful, informative and inspiring conversations with leading attachment theory researchers and clinicians in the field.
In 2020, during the pandemic, I departed a 25-year retail automotive career. I decided to hold onto my passion for all things automotive and couple it with history! I'm camping at the intersection,130 years, of the automotive space coupled with Black History. I'm creating awareness and revising the narrative! With great enthusiasm, I invite you to join me on my journey.
Welcome to Healing US with Kimberly Nichole. A virtual safe space where healing is in the forefront of every conversation. In each episode, we will dig deep into relevant topics crafted around an unconventional journey towards healing. Be sure to tune in every first and third Thursday.
Boozhoo Nana Boozhoo on the Monday Morning ShowBy Michael Lyons
Iron Range Pasty FestivalBy Heidi Holtan
local theater company puts on the Cole Porter classic
Kevin Hines Survived a Jump Off The Golden Gate Bridge—Now, He’s Helping Others Avoid Suicide.By Heidi Holtan
Ryan Lacen and Jackie Cruz Talks “All The World is Sleeping" Film, Latino Film Festival, Orange Is The New Black and More.Host IG: @StevenMcCoyGuests IG: @RLacen @JackieCruziHeartRadio : https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-sessions-with-steven-31051431/iTunes :https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast...By Steven McCoy
This episode you meet Rachel from Vancouver Island, BC. She is currently going through her cancer journey as we speak and will actually be having a scan in October shortly after this episode will air. Rachel shares her Cancer Story with Stage II primary mediastinal b-cell lymphoma (Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma). She speaks about how she was diagnosed, can…
After leaving the US and living in both Japan and Germany, David McNeill now makes his home in Portugal and founded ExpatEmpire.com to assist others in transitioning to the expat life.
By lisa curry, forrest shaw
Fiber art show inspires critical thinking about the human factor in ecological relationshipsBy Katie Carter
monthly conversations about the conservation of land and water from Northern Waters Land TrustBy Heidi Holtan
Karen welcomes therapist and author Catherine Young to the show for part one of their conversation on Young's Multi-Modal Attachment Therapy, or M-MAT model. Part 2 will be released on Tuesday, September 28th.By Karen Doyle Buckwalter: The Knowledge Center
The Greek politician and economist takes us back to ancient Alexandria and the life of the first woman to make her name as a mathematician. But Hypatia is best known now for being brutally murdered. Yanis Varoufakis makes the case for her as a philosopher and mathematician, and explores how her story has been interpreted and misinterpreted in the c…
update on the news around the Line 3 replacement project from Enbridge EnergyBy Heidi Holtan
Jan and Wally stopped to eat in a restaurant in Grand RapidsBy Brett Carter
The news from northeastern MinnesotaBy Heidi Holtan
understanding the fall nature processBy Heidi Holtan
Jessica Kozak, senior vice president of ECP sales at Essilor of America, discusses how EssilorLuxottica is leveraging its resources to provide tools and resources and unlock consumer insights that can drive success for independent eyecare professionals. She also shares the journey toward becoming a combined company and how ECPs benefit.…
Morning Show conversation with singer songwriter A.J. CroceBy Heidi Holtan
Sports Page on the Thursday Morning ShowBy John Bauer, Fred Friedman, Heidi Holtan
Jeff Sundin with Early Bird Fishing GuideBy Jeff Sundin, Heidi Holtan, John Bauer
By marshall brandon, lisa curry
Painters Gillian and Amara Bedford on their artistic life and their new exhibits in Grand RapidsBy Katie Carter
Pam from Brainerd shares her daily yogurt routine.
passion for birdsBy Heidi Holtan
Karen welcomes author Kimberly Brubaker Bradley back to the show for the conclusion of their discussion on Bradley's book "The War That Saved Me," and how you can use fiction to better understand attachment.By Karen Doyle Buckwalter: The Knowledge Center
The president of Murray Edwards College, Cambridge and former Channel 4 editor champions the life of a 14th-century mystic. Like Dorothy Byrne, famous for her scathing attacks on broadcasting executives in the 2019 MacTaggart Lecture, Catherine of Siena stood up to powerful men. She lobbied Popes, attacked corruption in the Catholic church, and pla…
Conservation easements help landowners protect ecosystems.By Scott Hall
Thursday Morning Sports PageBy John Bauer, Heidi Holtan, Fred Friedman, Kyle Erickson
Early Bird Fishing on the Thursday Morning ShowBy Jeff Sundin, John Bauer, Heidi Holtan
Boozhoo Nana Boozhoo on the Monday Morning ShowBy Michael Lyons
I have a treat for you! Today you will be hearing Lee Silverstein's Cancer Story. If you are not familiar with Lee, he is the creator and host of the We Have Cancer Podcast. I'm pretty sure, we was the original Cancer Podcast out there since he created it back in 2015. Thats right he has been doing this for 6 years and over 179 episodes! Lee shares…
Colorado-based Scott Marshall is the President and CEO of Semester At Sea.
By Lisa Curry, Jessica Michelle Singleton
Ewan MacColl sang "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" to Peggy Seeger down the phone. When they met, Peggy says, he was in the grip of his midlife crisis. "I'm fond of saying the poor boy didn't stand a chance," she tells Matthew Parris. This programme is her attempt to set the record straight. "I'd like to do a bit of justice to him, because the…
Karen welcomes author Kimberly Brubaker Bradley to the show for part one of their discussion on Bradley's book "The War That Saved Me," and how you can use fiction to better understand attachment. Part two will be released on Tuesday, September 14th.By Karen Doyle Buckwalter: The Knowledge Center
This month, Disability Arts Online's Editor, Colin Hambrook chats to artist and climate activist, Mike Faulkner about Disability and...NeurodiversityBy Disability Arts Online and Graeae
By Kat Aagesen, Lisa Curry
Birva K. Shah, OD, says developing a professional network is one of the most important steps an OD can take if she wants to make a career switch like hers. She's now a medical science liaison in ophthalmology at Apellis Pharmaceuticals. She explains the research and preparation she went through to find opportunities in this career option she had no…
Yay for a Bonus Episode! It is September 1st and it is Thyroid Cancer Awareness Month! For those of you who know me, Thyroid Cancer is the type of Cancer that I had. I am so honored to introduce Chloe to you. She is an amazing young woman and also is a Papillary Thyroid Cancer Survivor. Chloe is a lovely young woman with quite the cancer story. She…
When Josiah Wedgwood had part of an injured leg amputed, he encouraged his workers to celebrate the anniversary as St Amputation Day. This remarkable man from Stoke on Trent built a pottery empire that made him famous round the world. He's nominated here, on location, by the former MP for Stoke Central, Tristram Hunt, now head of the Victoria and A…
Karen welcomes journalist and author Mark Hagland back to the show for the conclusion of their two part conversation on his recently published book, Extraordinary Journey: The Lifelong Path of the Transracial AdopteeBy Karen Doyle Buckwalter: The Knowledge Center
In this episode, Jocelyn Fitzgerald, a Board-Certified Art Therapist, shares with us simple and practical ways to integrate Art Therapy techniques into our work with kids! I found out about her on ETSY through a search. I was (and still am!!) in awe of her beautiful, artsy therapy tools. I ordered the window of tolerance. Be sure to check out her w…
Interactive List of Links Get your discount from Yoga Grace Online with promo code: GIFTOFYOGA20By Graham Wardle
This episode is for all those out there who are struggling. Can you believe that Matt is only the second male that we've had on the My Cancer Story Podcast? This beautiful episode, you will meet Matt. He is a stage 3C Testicular Cancer Survivor. Matt is also a Key Note Motivational Speaker and holy cow will you be inspired by him! Not only with his…
By lisa curry, dustin nickerson
Former Hollywood exec Scott Neeson had it all: big house in the Hollywood Hills, cars, boat, and money to burn - until a trip to SE Asia inspired him to sell everything he owned, move to Cambodia, and create the Cambodian Children's Fund charity.
Sally Halim, OD, had to close Village Eyecare in Woolwich, NJ, to all but emergency patients for nearly two months at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Listen as she shares which protocols and changes made during the pandemic are part of the routine these days.By Jobson Healthcare
Born and raised in Martinique, Frantz Fanon fought for the Free French Forces against the Nazis, and then devoted his life to the liberation of Algeria from France. Fanon was a psychiatrist and author of two acclaimed anti-colonial works: Black Skin, White Masks, and The Wretched of the Earth. He is the choice of the writer and broadcaster Lindsay …
Karen welcomes journalist and author Mark Hagland to the show to discuss his recently published book, Extraordinary Journey: The Lifelong Path of the Transracial Adoptee. Part two of their conversation will be released on Tuesday, August 31st.By Karen Doyle Buckwalter:Trauma & Attachment Center
Tyrese Gibson talks Thurgood Marshall College Fund, his travel agency Voltron Travel and more.Host: @StevenMcCoyGuests : @Tyrese @TMCF_HBCUiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sess…en/id1223801171iHeart Radio : www.iheart.com/podcast/256-sessi…-steven-31051431/By Steven McCoy