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The Deep Dive is hosted by actress, writer, and activist, June Diane Raphael and actress, writer, comedian, Jessica St. Clair. Each week our hosts take a ‘deep dive’ into a wide range of topics such as, motherhood and family, feminism, Meghan Markle, sh*t they put on their faces, and whether or not to buy a crystal because it’s on sale. The Deep Dive captures two friends trying to survive adult womanhood.
 
Each week, we'll introduce you to incredible humans who give a damn and who are trying to live meaningful lives. You'll hear from Matthew McConaughey, Priyanka Chopra, Chelsea Clinton, Rainn Wilson, Noor Tagouri, Lisa Sharon Harper, June Diane Raphael, Clint Smith, and 230+ other damn good humans! From their stories, experiences, and wisdom, together we'll learn how to build fewer walls, longer bridges, and bigger tables as we move toward our collective goal of leaving our planet much better ...
 
Middle school will bury you. Or at least that’s how it feels to 13-year-old Noa—a shy and witty misfit who endures the horrors of living in an affluent New England town with a dark side. It's the first day of eighth grade, and The Olivias are already icing her out. The weird kid who calls himself God publicly proclaims his love for her and then punches the guy Noa kinda sorta (definitely doesn’t!) have a crush on. Desperate to get God to leave her alone, Noa teams up with a secret club and t ...
 
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You have questions. I have answers. (And so does Bryan.) A weekly podcast hosted by @RonnaGlickman and @BryanSafi. Every Tuesday, wherever you get your podcasts. Send us your questions at askronna@gmail.com
 
The Roxane Gay Agenda is the *bad feminist* podcast of your dreams. It’s writer Roxane Gay in conversation with guests who have something necessary to say about the issues that matter most to her–and hopefully to you as well. On the Agenda: feminism, race, writing, art, pop culture, food, and, of course, politics. If you enjoy hearing from people–women, mostly; Black women, usually–who bring unique perspectives to a world in complete and utter chaos, put this show on your own agenda.
 
Does music make you feel things? Like, anything at all? If not, you might be a sociopath! If so, this might be the podcast for you! Join hosts Joel Spence and Deborah Tarica each week as they invite someone they think is very very fantastic, to pick an album that is very very important to them. Together, they listen to that album and go back in time to understand what it means to that particular guest and how it helped make them who they are today.
 
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Glennon Doyle, author of Untamed, watched in awe as this simple phrase from Untamed – WE CAN DO HARD THINGS – the mantra that saved her life twenty years ago, became a worldwide rally cry. Life is freaking hard. We are all doing hard things every day – we love and lose; we forge and end friendships; battle addiction, illness, and loneliness; care f…
 
Now wait a minute. Ronna may still have her Halloween nails, and (Bryan)'s can barely see straight from the sugar hangover he's suffering from, but none of this takes away from the absolutely STELLAR guest we have this week, pardon me. Joining us in The Carriage House is none other than actor, comedian, writer, and mother of all podcasts June Diane…
 
Special guest June Diane Raphael joins Paul to chat about their favorite holiday movies, spreading joy via a naked Tony Danza photo, and the TV shows they're currently loving. Plus, Paul answers listener questions on the Help Line, digs into Corrections and Omissions from The Oogieloves, and announces next week's movie. Places people, it's time for…
 
This week Jessica is following her nails wherever they may lead, June drops an egg on all of us, and let’s just say this episode is a real Follicular conversation. Then, bestselling author Scarlett Curtis joins Jess and June and like a true Deep Diver gives a re-cap of this podcast, talks shame, and delivers confirmation that the "outside-in healin…
 
Now wait a minute. If you thought Ronnukah was our last hurrah of the year, you've got another think coming, excuse me. We couldn't be happier to welcome a living legend into The Carriage House this week as we're joined by the delightful and hilarious Patton Oswalt! Of course you know Patton as one of the most gifted comedians working today (his ne…
 
Tom Fishman is the CEO of Starts With Us. Starts With Us is a movement to foster curiosity, compassion, and courage as daily habits to overcome the polarization, blind tribalism, and dehumanization threatening the social fabric of our communities. NEXT STEPS: — Follow Starts With Us on Twitter and Instagram. — Visit their website and join the Start…
 
Fire up your Suzuki Sidekicks because Paul, Jason, and June are back LIVE at The Largo in Los Angeles talking about the 1986 made for TV movie, Babes in Toyland, starring Keanu Reeves and Drew Barrymore. Jason puts Cincinnati on blast, Paul digs into the Georgie Porgie mythos, and we have a very special Second Opinions guest that blows June’s mind.…
 
Finish sucking your milkshakes because Paul, June, and Jason are LIVE from the Fillmore in Detroit to discuss the 2012 mega-flop The Oogieloves in front of an especially ornery audience. Despite June and Jason’s plea to cut this entire episode, the crew discuss Christopher Lloyd only speaking through bongos, J. Edgar the horny vacuum cleaner, revea…
 
This week, Jessica is rolling solo and has on Choice Grade A mom and Circadian Health expert, Meredith Oke. Meredith explains why getting enough exposure to sunlight is vital to our mental and physical health, how to avoid blue light as much as possible, and shares why French women are doing it right. Deep Divers, light some candles and let's get s…
 
Ho ho ho! No, we're not referring to three (Bryan)s. It's the episode you've been waiting for all year: Ronnukah is finally here! And we've got a TON in store for you this holiday season. In addition to our usual gift suggestions for all price points (this episode covers gifts $250 and beyond...for those who want to splurge), we've got some VERY ex…
 
Ho ho ho! No, we're not referring to three (Bryan)s. It's the episode you've been waiting for all year: Ronnukah is finally here! And we've got a TON in store for you this holiday season. In addition to our usual gift suggestions for all price points (Part 1 covers gifts from $50-250), we've got some VERY exciting Ask Ronna gift sets that couldn't …
 
Natasha Leggero and Gil Ozeri join Paul and June to break down 2010's The Tourist. What's the worst that can happen when pairing together superstars like Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp? Apparently, this movie. The HDTGM crew discuss the bad accents, the slowest boat chase ever, a $20 million plastic surgery procedure, and the lack of romantic chemi…
 
Talking about Natasha Leggero's kids, telling your ex it's officially over, and connecting a new HDTGM classic to an old favorite. All this and more on Last Looks! This week Paul answers your questions on the Help Line, digs into your Corrections and Omissions from Designed to Kill, and announces next week's movie. Plus, Jason and Paul chat with gu…
 
This week we have a little audio issue but June and Jessica are still coming in with HUGE news you cannot miss. Jessica is leaning into her new role as an “elder." June speaks on the importance of manicured nails and proclaims she is no longer interested in a world without long, gorgeous, and possibly harmful nails. We're talking talons, claws, dag…
 
Good+Foundation is a leading national nonprofit that works to dismantle multi-generational poverty by pairing tangible goods with innovative services for low-income fathers, mothers and caregivers, creating an upward trajectory for the whole family. NEXT STEPS: — Follow Good+ Foundation on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. — Visit Good+ Foundation’…
 
Paul, June, and Jason break down the 2020 thriller Deadly Mile High Club, which is basically Fatal Attraction in the sky. They obsess over the pink fedora, Margaret's show-stealing performance, Gonzo's impromptu air show, and the incorrect usage of "Houston, we have a problem." (Originally released 09/24/2020) For more Matinee Monday content, visit…
 
Paul, June, and Jason watch the 2018 masterpiece Designed to Kill, aka Deadly Runway aka Fatal Fashion. LIVE from the Murat Theatre in Indianapolis, the crew discuss needing a giant butcher knife for a charcuterie plate, why one might say "eating my grapes" while eating grapes, and a slew of amazing magazine titles—from Ladies Daily to Nightclub Ce…
 
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