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Best Laura Hughes podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Laura Hughes podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Life on the road from the feminine perspective. Host Laura Borichevsky, alongside inspiring voices of female travelers, bring you closer to some of the honest experiences that life on the road has to offer—from the perspective of women who've lived them firsthand. From compelling stories to practical tips and more, find out what life is like when the road becomes your home.
 
Resound exists to unify the Church, wake a generation, & amplify the heart of God through worship, prayer, & the arts. This podcast features talks recorded at the annual Resound Conference in Boulder, CO and interviews with a wide spectrum of worship leaders & speakers intended to equip and inspire worshippers & creatives. Listen along if you're a fan of worship leaders such as Kim Walker-Smith, United Pursuit Band, Ascend the Hill, Gungor, Anthony Skinner, Laura Woodley Osman, Laura Hackett ...
 
The Scarecrow of Oz is the ninth book set in the Land of Oz written by L. Frank Baum. Published on July 16, 1915, it was Baum's personal favorite of the Oz books and tells of Cap'n Bill and Trot journeying to Oz and, with the help of the Scarecrow, overthrowing the cruel King Krewl of Jinxland. (Summary from Wikipedia)Narrated by Cori Samuel, Ed Good, Gesine, Kara Shallenberg, Kira Belkin, Kelly Harmon, K.O. Munley, Lucy Burgoyne, Timothy H. VanderWall, Patrick Beverley, Riccardo, and Scott ...
 
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We're back with a look at the Ellen Page-produced adaptation of Indgrid Waldron's book There's Something in the Water: Environmental Racism in Indigenous and Black Communities. This film chronicles three struggles for justice in Black and Indigenous communities in Nova Scotia against industry and the state in Shelburne, Pictou Landing First Nation,…
 
***Pre-order our good friend James Wilt's book "Do Androids Dream of Electric Cars? Public Transit in the Age of Google, Uber, and Elon Musk"*** The culture wars rage on and only a few brave filmmakers are willing to take the piss out of both sides. The Hunt, "the film Donald Trump doesn't want you to see," sees liberal elites hunting Deplorables f…
 
Mental health is something we've talked about before on the show, but never before has it felt more important to dive in. That's why this week, we took some time to focus on what challenges, resources, and tips this community has and needs. Whether you're a full-time traveler and your shelter is a car or a tent, or you have a more stationary place …
 
This week's Empire Podcast — recorded responsibly, yet again, from our living rooms of such lethal cunning — sees Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara and James Dyer joined by an old familiar face and voice: Empire's Editor-in-Chief, Terri White, taking a brief break from bringing up baby to slip onto the pod. Together, they discuss the week's movie news (th…
 
In this episode I speak to Karolina Belwal, founder of AfterThird, a company that supports parents by connecting them to professionals who provide physical, emotional and educational support. We discuss how AfterThird are addressing the ‘motherhood penalty’ by supporting parents and educating employers to chip away at the gender pay gap. And Karoli…
 
Giddi Oteo, former full-time road traveler, has an inherent knack for holding both the real, transparent truth and the beauty around her. You’ll hear it from her as she shares about pregnancy and motherhood on the road, starting her travels with nearly no money, and building a business from scratch. And it’s a reminder that no matter how heavy a li…
 
This week's pod sees the team — Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, and James Dyer — in isolation once again, but that doesn't stop them from reaching out to actor/writer/comedian/podcast host Brett Goldstein, who becomes the latest person to join the team for the duration of an episode. Together, this bold and intrepid quartet discuss the week's movie new…
 
Sam Hughes speaks with jason Graves about how his career developed, mentors, inspirations, workflow and more! Two-time British Academy Award-winning composer Jason Graves is renowned for his textural concept scores and innovative orchestration in cinematic narrative games such as Moss, Tomb Raider, Far Cry Primal, Until Dawn, The Order: 1886 and De…
 
It's November 8th, 2016. You and your friends await your feminist hero Hillary Rodham Clinton to speak on-stage at the Javits Center to tell you that this election had been a bad dream, and that Cheeto Man won't be President. Instead, John Podesta tells you that the nightmare is just beginning. What do we do in the face of political crisis? Build w…
 
This week's episode of the Empire Podcast is the first to be recorded remotely in the various homes of our podteam, thanks to the Coronavirus crisis. But we remain committed to bringing you the podcast and so Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara and James Dyer gather around their individual microphones and chat about their self-isolation schedules, Easter eg…
 
In this episode, I speak to the co-founder of Mamma Method - a 'baby-wearing' postnatal pilates workout - Camilla Hollweck. Camilla talks us through the benefits of wearing your baby in a carrier whilst working out, and why Pilates movements specifically, are so good for women to do postnatally. We touch on working with a co-founder, how to balance…
 
Esther Wojcicki discusses the current education model and how we can fix it and shares her powerful TRICK acronym, Esther’s secret for raising happy, resilient children. GO PREMIUM: Support the podcast, get ad-free episodes, transcripts, and so much more: https://fs.blog/knowledge-project-premium/
 
The family's back together to tackle fatherhood, alcohol, sports, communities, and other shit idk. We watched Gavin O'Connor's The Way Back, a movie about Ben Affleck being divorced and drunk while coaching high school basketball. ReComradations: Evan: Uppity: The Willy T. Ribbs Story (2020) [Trailer] Abdul: He Got Game (1998) [Trailer] Laura: [1] …
 
This special pop-up episode explores Covid-19, with Balaji Srinivasan. Balaji is one of the more thought-provoking, interesting, and multi-disciplinary thinkers I know and we do a deep dive, including possible second and third-order consequences. For a list of references check out: https://fs.blog/balaji-srinivasan/ GO PREMIUM: Support the podcast,…
 
Folks, the world is a cruel and Jokerfied place. However, there's still one place where you can put yourself in a pod, find the love of your life, meet their parents, then leave them at the altar. That's right: Kino Lefter watched all of the Netflix hit reality show Love is Blind and made two hours of content about it. To hear the full experience, …
 
This week's Empire Podcast sees Beth Webb chat to the wonderful Gugu Mbatha-Raw, star of this week's dramedy, Misbehaviour, about the 1970 Miss World pageant. And, thanks to some wonderful snipping from Editor Emma, you wouldn't know that Beth's microphone wasn't working during the interview. Thankfully, we haven't mentioned it, so we think we got …
 
This week's Empire Podcast is another live show in which Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara and token English bloke, the award-winning James Dyer, rock up for the Virgin Media Dublin International Film 2020. In front of a packed crowd, they discuss the Coronavirus' impact upon the movie industry, in the wake of No Time To Die being pushed back; additional …
 
Brittany Newson, an Air Force veteran, current student, and recently married female traveler knows that the road can be an incredible facilitator of new life chapters. But she also helps us to see in this episode that travel on its own doesn’t create the changes for us: it’s what we do with it when we put ourselves in the driver’s seat that allows …
 
The latest episode of The Ranking — the magazine/podcast crossover in which Empire writers discuss the work of an actor/director, or a big old franchise/genre, and come up with the definitive top ten — is dedicated to The Master Of Suspense: Alfred Hitchcock.Join Ian Freer, Nick de Semlyen, Beth Webb, and Neil Alcock as they discuss the themes that…
 
Grab your tickets for our first ever live show! We're watching Magic Mike with the Modern Manhood Podcast! Saturday March 28th at Metro Cinema in Edmonton (tix here) CW: there's a lot of talk about gaslighting, mental health, and domestic abuse throughout this episode. ReComradations: Abdul: Marbula 1 from Jelle's Marble Runs (https://www.marble-sp…
 
We've got horror of all kinds on our mind this week at Empire Podcast Towers. First off, Chris Hewitt has a chat with Elisabeth Moss, star of Leigh Whannell's excellent update of The Invisible Man, and finds that she has blood on her hands. Well, feet. Then, Richard Stanley — making his return to directing with Colour Out Of Space after a looooooon…
 
Abdul & Evan are joined by Edmonton organizer and all around funnyperson Bailey Cameron to talk about dogs. Love em or hate em! Become a $3 monthly subscriber to access Primo Lefter, our weekly premium show. Join the Discord Kino Lefter is a movie review podcast where we (allegedly) watch whatever movie is hot this week and break it down from a poi…
 
Porky Pig has withdrawn the energy of the Looney Tunes from the toxic system of television. What does work stoppage, the fourth wall eroding, and Daffy being horny for Warner Bros. tell us about worker power? It's Space Jam. And a Dog Island crossover. 🐶🏝️ Our $3 Patrons get to hear the full episode. Join our Patreon today to access this and all of…
 
It's late, but is it ever worth it. Abdul & Evan are joined by media empire, THE SERFS to talk the Capitalist Realism of Sonic the Hedgehog. Become a $3 monthly subscriber to access Primo Lefter, our weekly premium show. Join the Discord Kino Lefter is a movie review podcast where we (allegedly) watch whatever movie is hot this week and break it do…
 
We usually aim to show the sides of road travel that aren’t over-romanticized, but for this episode we wanted to gush a little. So we asked for voice submissions while we were off the air, with one simple intention: tell us your love stories. And wow-- did you all deliver! So in this episode, we’ll be sharing all kinds of love stories from the road…
 
Justin Kurzel is the director of fast-paced knockabout comedies like Snowtown, Assassin's Creed, and Macbeth. Sorry, serious and intense dramas, not fast-paced knockabout comedies. Easy mistake to make. And he's back with another slice of hard-hitting drama with next week's True History Of The Kelly Gang, which stars George Mackay, Essie Davis, Rus…
 
Our tour of the Netflix Construct brings us to Jeff Baena's Sundance-to-Netflix film about mental health: Horse Girl. Then, we weave in-and-out of conversation on mumblecore, the new David Lynch short, and eventually end up at Pandas vs. Aliens. To hear the full episode and more, consider joining our Patreon at the $3/month level to get instant acc…
 
This week's episode will be late, so enjoy this recent hit from behind out paywall for free! In a case of life imitating art, worlds collide when Evan and Struggle Session's Leslie Lee III discuss the latest and largest Arrowverse crossover, Crisis on Infinite Earths. Discussed inside: our love of Smallville, DC continuity, Brandon Routh's Superman…
 
Renowned car designer Frank Stephenson teaches the path to mastery, innovation, and taking creative risks. He also gives us a peek into the future of automobiles and what it means for us. PREMIUM: Support the podcast, get ad-free episodes, transcripts, and so much more: https://fs.blog/knowledge-project-premium/…
 
Hey all! We’re excited to let you know that we’re returning for our kick off of the 2020 season of Women on the Road next Friday, February 21st. It’s been a long break and we are so excited to get back to sharing your stories about and from the road. To tide you over in the meantime, we wanted to share a clip of a new miniseries our friends at Wond…
 
He's the son of Martin Sheen. The brother of Charlie Sheen. But Emilio Estevez has always been his own man, starring in the likes of Young Guns, The Breakfast Club, Stakeout, St. Elmo's Fire, and many more in the glory days of the 80s. His latest film is The Public, a drama which he wrote, directed, and starred in, and on this week's episode of the…
 
This week we're a morally ambiguous girl gang hellbent on stanning queens. We're joined by Chicago-based author and host of Dahlia Saint Knives in...Knives Out! Podcast, Dahlia Saint Knives! Listen for our conversation on Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of one Harley Quinn.) ReComradations: Evan: Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond (2017) …
 
Here it is, folks. As promised, here is the second part of our podcasts dedicated to dissecting Empire's 100 Greatest Films Of The 21st Century (So Far!). And in this episode, we throw open the doors of the podbooth to three listeners — Chad Armstrong, Christelle Brewster, and Luke Jones — who join host Chris Hewitt for a fun-filled and jam-packed …
 
Despite not looking a day over 398 episodes, the Empire Podcast has officially turned 400. And we did so with a blowout bumper celebration earlier this week at our spiritual home of Kings Place, London, in front of a sold-out audience. In this episode, you'll hear Chris Hewitt, Helen O'Hara, James Dyer, and Ben Travis discuss the week's movie news;…
 
CW: we discuss Taylor Swift's sexual assault case at 58 minutes until 60 mins in. We go deep into the documentary that is truly of our time, place, present, and future: The dark heart of Taylor Swift is our oculus, and we are all Kevin Garnett. Discussed inside: Marg Delahunty and Canadian political satire, Our Cartoon President, the firing of Tann…
 
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