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Best Jonathan Van Ness podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Jonathan Van Ness podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Join host Scott Aukerman ("Comedy Bang! Bang!" on IFC, "Mr. Show") for a weekly podcast that blends conversation and character work from today's funniest comedians. While Scott begins by traditionally interviewing the celebrities, the open-door policy means an assortment of eccentric oddballs can pop by at any moment to chat, compete in games, and engage in comic revelry. With all that, and regular bonus episodes, we bet your favorite part will still be the plugs!
 
In search of what makes people the best at what they do, Scott Hoying & Rozzi join forces in a hilariously engaging, irreverent exploration of what creates and drives success. The two chat with 12 different masters of their unique crafts across twenty-six 20 minute episodes, giving a revealing look into what prompts creativity and makes them... so good. Guests include Michelle Kwan, Jonathan Van Ness, Christina Perri, Kevin Olusola, Rickey Minor, amongst many more. Scott Hoying is a three-ti ...
 
Hosts Dave Holmes and Matt McConkey grill LGBT celebrities on what they’re loving, and who they’re loving. This queer comedy party celebrates pop culture obsessions and interrogates guests on their personal experiences with dating, sex and love. Looking for the archives? All episodes older than 6 months can be found exclusively on Stitcher Premium, ad-free. Go to stitcher.com/premium and use promo code EARWOLF for 1 month free (and $5 off the annual plan!).
 
Gay Club TV series highlights the latest hot spots and goes behind the scene to interview local and national celebrities. Hosted on various locations throughout the country giving viewers the opportunity to experience the LGBT communities. GCTV web episode provides the latest music videos, travel guides, events and up to date trends to keep audiences in check.
 
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You're invited to a very special episode of Getting Curious, and the dress code is whatever makes you feel stunning! The guest of honor is the CFDA designer Christian Siriano, who launched his brand in 2008 and has since risen to the top of the fashion world, dressing icons like FLOTUS Michelle Obama, Billy Porter, and Lady Gaga. Christian joins Jo…
 
After learning about the sound effects athletes get to choose for themselves, Nicole and Sasheer talk about teachers coming to students' windows during quarantine, videos of soldiers returning home to see their dogs who thought they were gone forever, and other heartwarming stories. Then, for another Besting Each Other, Nicole and Sasheer welcome J…
 
Jonathan Van Ness (Getting Curious, Queer Eye) joins Scott and co-host Bean Dip to talk about his work and how his quarantine is going. Then, wardrobe stylist Auntie Renee drops by to talk about virtual styling. Later, entrepreneur Joel Spanaducci stops by to talk about his booming puzzle company.By Earwolf and Scott Aukerman
 
Ben Schwartz and Tawny Newsome join Scott to talk about their new Netflix show “Space Force” and to hold an audition for She-Hulk. Then, publicist Seth Berkowitz returns to talk about his new venture with Zoom. Plus, Zoo custodians Genevieve and Genzer Smartz stop by to talk about the ins and outs of their job.…
 
The author of Untamed and Body Warrior has a lot to say - and in this interview with Fearne she packs it all into one podcast. From getting angry, to her battles with alcohol and body image... and on to her personal journey of sexuality... oh, and her latest parenting woes. It's all in here. Warning: references to body dismorphia This series of Hap…
 
As America feels the toll of the coronavirus, it is drawing closer to the November election where President Trump is set to face off against Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Amy Walter, the national editor of the Cook Political Report, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss how the U.S. presidential race is shaping up. Around the world people are strugg…
 
Peter Piot is the director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and is still recovering from coronavirus after being diagnosed back in March. He joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss his ordeal as well as the global response. When Dorothy Duffy sadly lost her older sister to Covid-19, who was living in a care home at the time, she w…
 
Maya Erskine has come a long way from the NYU experimental theater department where she met her PEN15 co-creator Anna Konkle. In this encore episode, Erskine talks to Sam about her starring role in the genre-bending romantic comedy Plus One and how she wrote her own life experiences into the character she plays on Hulu's PEN15.…
 
Helle Thorning-Schmidt, co-chair of the Facebook oversight board, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the threat disinformation and conspiracy theories pose when gone unchecked. Thorning-Schmidt says that, over time, the board could challenge Facebook's community standards and impact its ads and its algorithm. Nikole Hannah-Jones won a Pulitzer Pr…
 
Democratic Senator from New Jersey Bob Menendez joins Christiane Amanpour to unpack President Trump's decision to fire State Department Inspector General Steve Linick. He reflects on this decision and current administration's general behaviour. Susan Glasser, staff writer at The New Yorker, and Ed Luce, the U.S. national editor of the Financial Tim…
 
Singer-songwriter Christina Perri (“Jar of Hearts”, “A Thousand Years”) picks up where she left off in Part 1 with her incredible Cinderella Story. A hilarious and unbelievable tale, Christina reveals to Scott and Rozzi what catapulted her from cocktail waitress to superstar overnight, and how she’s been able to maintain and grow that success ever …
 
Dr. Atul Gawande, surgeon at Brigham and Women's Hospital, talks to Christiane Amanpour about the key steps to safely re-opening the United States and around the world. He delves into the lessons that can be learnt from hospitals as well as how we address mortality during the pandemic. Then – actress Julie Andrews is perhaps the most well-known nan…
 
Recorded LIVE at the 2019 Just For Laughs festival in Montreal, Nicole and Sasheer talk street scoopers, removing someone from your seat on an airplane, and how bad of a terrorist Nicole would be. Then they bring out their guests Matteo Lane and Emma Willman who answer the age old question: does coffee dehydrate you? Finally all four friends answer…
 
As the U.S. nears 90,000 coronavirus deaths, the WHO this week warned that the virus may never go away, making a vaccine the holy grail. President Trump promised a vaccine at 'warp speed' on Friday, a much faster timetable than many experts predict. Christiane Amanpour speaks to Ed Yong, science writer at The Atlantic, about the science behind the …
 
Singer-songwriter Christina Perri discusses her international hit songs “Jar of Hearts” and “A Thousand Years” through the lens of her incredible Cinderella Story. A hilarious and unbelievable tale, Christina reveals to Scott and Rozzi what catapulted her from cocktail waitress to superstar overnight, and how she’s been able to maintain and grow th…
 
Sam revisits his 2019 conversation with poet and writer Saeed Jones. Saeed discusses his memoir, How We Fight For Our Lives, a vulnerable exploration of his coming of age as black and gay in suburban Texas. The former BuzzFeed editor sat down with Sam to give a glimpse of the stories behind his book, including those of his mother and grandmother, a…
 
Comedian David Spade (Lights Out with David Spade, Saturday Night Live) joins Scott and co-host Big Sue to talk about his new Netflix movie The Wrong Missy, his SNL dream team, and the first thing he’d like to do after quarantine is lifted. Plus, Scott’s ex-step father Bob Ducca returns to share a list of the new ailments he has developed during qu…
 
Ever since the coronavirus pandemic began, we've become more accustomed to life closing down than opening up. But for many, putting life on pause isn't an option. This week, Sam talks to people whose lives were thrown off course, but who scrambled to keep doing what they were doing. A home health aide talks about the risk she now takes to do her wo…
 
Christiane Amanpour is joined by Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the former President of Liberia, to talk about how the coronavirus is affecting Africa, and her own experience leading, and winning, the battle against Ebola in 2014. Former Italian Prime Minister and current EU Economy Commissioner, Paolo Gentiloni, reflects on the struggle for unity amongst …
 
As coronavirus infections in Latin America sky-rocket, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro continues to dismiss the virus as a 'little flu'. Christiane Amanpour speaks to Luiz Henrique Mandetta, Brazil's former Health Minister, who sparred publicly with President Bolsonaro over his handling of the crisis. Mariana Mazzucato, professor of economics at…
 
Scott Hoying of Pentatonix and singer-songwriter Rozzi pick up where they left off in Part 1 with a one-on-one conversation about their childhood memories, careers, and the bad songs they wrote in college. Aided by a couple of drinks, the two have an open, insightful and irreverent conversation on what it takes to become really good at something. R…
 
As almost every U.S. state in is now set to lighten lockdown restrictions, America's top infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci testified on Tuesday before the Senate Health Committee. The message: open too quickly and face serious consequences. Donna Shalala, former U.S. Health and Human Services secretary, joins Christiane to digest the hearings…
 
Journalist and author Mary O'Hara returns to Getting Curious to discuss her reporting on poverty, her new book The Shame Game: Overturning the Toxic Poverty Narrative, and her work reimagining how we talk about poverty with Project Twist-It. She and Jonathan discuss her own experience of childhood poverty, common misconceptions around poverty in th…
 
Scott Hoying of Pentatonix and singer-songwriter Rozzi debut their podcast with a one-on-one conversation about their childhood memories, careers, and the bad songs they wrote in college. Aided by a couple of drinks, the two have an open, insightful and irreverent conversation about what it takes to become really good at something. Recorded & Engin…
 
The music of the band Chicano Batman has long defied genre. Funk, psychedelic, soul, indie — it's all these things and more. Sam talks to band members Carlos Arévalo and Bardo Martinez about their new album, Invisible People, what it's like not to be able to tour and how their music is the ultimate reflection of their hometown, Los Angeles.…
 
Christiane Amanpour is joined by David King, former UK chief scientific adviser, to discuss the easing of Britain's lockdown. He tells Christiane why he thinks that lifting restrictions too soon could damage public trust in science. Meanwhile, the US Supreme Court will decide on Tuesday whether President Trump can block congressional and criminal i…
 
In the midst of lockdown, George Ezra's new project seems tailor-fitted to our times: calling up an old friend and celebrating that relationship, despite the distance. Speaking to Fearne, the singer-songwriter reveals his own anxieties and the ways he manages them. You can listen to Phone A Friend on your podcast app now with this link. This series…
 
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