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The Backstage Revolution

Laura Nicholson, Ceri Owens

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We'll be interviewing top players in the industry (think directors, producers, MDs, performers, writers, costume designers, you name it!) about why the arts are SO important, especially right now. Let's face it - the theatre industry is one tough nut to crack, and we got sick of feeling like we were fighting it alone. Here at the Backstage Revolution, you can find a community of people dealing with the same things you are. We talk about it, listen to people's views, talk to experts and try a ...
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Owens Recovery Science, INC is a single source for PTs, OTs, ATCs, DCs, MDs and other medical professionals seeking certification in personalized blood flow restriction rehabilitation training (PBFR) and the equipment needed to apply it. We are the largest provider of BFR training and systems for professional/collegiate teams and healthcare systems.
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Have you ever met someone who is just full of stories? Join best selling author and Grammy, Billboard and Dove Award–winning singer-songwriter Laura Story, known for such hits as “Blessings,” “Indescribable,” and “Mighty to Save,” as she shares deeply personal stories of her life, her journey with God and finding joy no matter the circumstance. Laura and her friend Beth Bacall talk about everything from trucker food, to mistakes she’s made as a parent, to how God can use our stories, no matt ...
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Sound Media

wearesoundmedia.com

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A collection of stories - news and updates - from businesses across the UK. This show is designed to give an outlet to brands who don't yet have their own podcast channel, but still want a platform for their content.
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You are familiar with Laura Theodore from her popular PBS television show, Jazzy Vegetarian, and her many bestselling vegan cookbooks. Now join her for The Laura Theodore Podcast, to learn the best tips for eating well, feeling good, and living a mindful life! Each episode features amazing guests sharing upbeat, engaging, and informative conversations; focusing on motivational lifestyle advice and nutritional guidance, along with easy and delicious vegan recipes. Tune in for in-depth strateg ...
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I’m Mary Laura Hunt, a normal teenager. I’ve struggled with self confidence and self-doubt comparing myself to social media “ideals”. As the first generation coming of age with social media at our fingertips, there really aren’t guide books for how we’re supposed to manage all of this. I’m not an expert, but in this podcast, we’ll talk to them about real issues faced by real people, like you, like me! Subscribe where ever you listen to podcasts, to make sure you get every episode.
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The Datacenter Show

Barb Darrow and Derrick Harris

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A fun podcast devoted to celebrating/commiserating our ridiculously overabundant world. Each episode features a guest expert to wax philosophic on how there's too much TV, movies, typography, politics, time, choices -- whatever!
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Emotional pain from the past can rob of choice in our lives, prevent us from living the life we always wanted and ultimately feel like a prison.This podcast was created to share inspiring stories and helpful information so you can feel free again.
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Formerly the We Need More Heroes Podcast, the Call to Adventure pod brings you the best in adventure and activism. We sit down with adventurers who are doing something inspiring - skiing to the poles, summiting mountains, putting up new routes, exploring the unknown - whilst doing their bit to protect our wild places. Join the mission at CalltoAdventure.UK and 'CalltoAdventureOfficial' on social media.
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This podcast gives the listener an opportunity to hear conversations with people from the field of systemic psychotherapy. Host Sezer and Julie, two systemic psychotherapists, discuss a wide range of topics, theories, practices and experiences with their guests, giving the listener an insight into this disciplines contribution to social change.Artwork by Arai Drake Creative: http://www.araidrake.com/portfolio/thesystemicway/Music by Rena Paid We are now being supported by the Association of ...
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Changed My Mind

The Depolarization Project

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Changed My Mind is The Depolarization Project’s podcast, hosted by Alex Chesterfield, Laura Osborne and Ali Goldsworthy. We ask guests to tell us a substantive issue they have changed their mind on, why and what they have learned from it. We work with global media outlet Open Democracy to bring this podcast to you.
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We're Courtney and we're Sara and we're Bodice Tipplers, the podcast where we read the romance novels we used to steal off our grandmothers' nightstands (and then we drink about it.) Join us each episode as we examine the good, the bad, and the throbbing of vintage romances.
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Explore music, science and cosmic culture with the bluedot team. Subscribe for new interviews, conversations, panels, festival highlights and more. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Listen in as author Linda Sivertsen (aka Book Mama) brings together the world’s most beloved bestselling authors to chat about writing, publishing, deal-making, spirituality, activism, and the art of romancing creativity. Now streaming on American Airlines, these up-close conversations are a fan favorite, downloaded millions of times, and frequently profiled on “Best Podcast” lists (i.e., The Motley Fool’s “10 Best Podcasts for Women”) while gracing the "Popular Podcasts, Books" (formerly Li ...
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Reform have had a fair few struggles with their vetting process but this week have surpassed even themselves by cancelling an inactive candidate who turned out to be.....dead. A pulse is probably necessary, even at Reform. Then, it's time to look at the papers and, despite the prospect of WW3, The Mail are focusing on Angela Rayner and what she 'mi…
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In part two of the interview with Adrienne Mejias, she discusses her journey as a mental health professional and how she discovered the Grief Recovery Method. She shares the impact of the method on her own life and her marriage. Adrienne emphasizes the importance of unlearning and relearning as a mental health professional and how it has changed he…
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This week: Matthew Parris questions what's left to say about the Tories (00:57), Laurie Graham discusses her struggle to see a GP (07:35), Rachel Johnson makes the case against women only clubs (13:38), Laura Gascoigne tells us the truth about Caravaggio's last painting (19:21) and Angus Colwell reads his notes on wild garlic (28:58). Produced by O…
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Just when you thought the Glaswegian Wonka was the worst ever entertainment experience, along comes Nigel Farage with his 60th birthday party celebration... Jemma and Marina discuss the bizarre goings-on from the bash and what one is supposed to do with a Farage-shaped ice luge. Then it's onto the latest social calamity X post from the Govt of the …
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Financial advice from Sunak, anyone? Because that's what was offered by our PM in his latest comms disaster video put out by No.10. The ladies discuss the desperate attempts by the PM to shift public perception, as well as the very obvious flaw. Then it's onto "courageous and fulsome" William Wragg - whose latest accolade includes being praised by …
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In this episode of the Feel Free Again podcast, host Cole James interviews Adrienne Mejias, a licensed marriage and family therapist who specializes in the Grief Recovery Method. Adrienne shares her personal journey of discovering the method and how it has helped her professionally and personally. She opens up about the loss of her two children and…
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In this mini bubble, Laura joins me for a watch party of the first episode of Netflix's Avatar the Last Airbender. Why? Because I know how much she loves the animated series so I needed to watch at least the first episode of the latest live action version with her. Afterwards we share our general thoughts, ours likes and dislikes, and our hopes for…
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This episode focuses on social constructionism with one of the leading figures in the field, Kenneth J. Gergen Ph.D. We hear about how radical the ideas were at the time of its conceptiopn and the people who believed in its contribution to psychology and supported its evolution. Ken tells us his personal and professional stories of the history and …
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On this week’s Spectator Out Loud: James Heale suggests that the London mayoral race could be closer than we think (1:02); Madeleine Teahan argues that babies with down’s syndrome have a right to be born (6:15); Tanya Gold reports from Jerusalem as Israel’s war enters its seventh month (12:32); and William Moore reveals what he has in common with K…
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Tory MP for Uxbridge is campaigning hard for a fish and chip shop in the centre of Uxbridge, and that's despite refusing planning permission for one in 2019. Marina and Jemma rarely start an episode with their head in their hands but this time they do. And their despair isn't going away because this ep has sewage at it's heart and some dismal facts…
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Jemma and Marina kick off with a quick look at the latest MRP poll as reported in The Times, which doesn't read well for Sunak and Co. For some unknown reason, Rishi is still laughing however, as are the Question Time audience when Esther McVey is asked about her role as 'Minister of Common Sense.' Though arguably X (formerly known as Twitter) coul…
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In this conversation, Catherine Best discusses her journey in working with children and the development of the Helping Children with Loss program. She highlights the gap in emotional support for children in educational settings and the importance of addressing their emotional needs. Catherine shares her personal experiences with grief and how it le…
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This week: Sophie Winkleman tells us why she's fighting to ban smartphones for children (01:01), Svitlana Morenets details how Ukraine plans to revive its birthrate (05:52), Candida Crewe laments the blight that is UHT milk (12:41), and Ysenda Maxtone Graham mourns the loss of the St John's Voices choir (22:43).…
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It's another jam-packed pod... opening with furious reaction to Nike's England flag rebrand and some commentary from Marina which resulted in an Express news article dedicated just to her. Then it's onto Owen Jones, who this week announced he was leaving the Labour party, to a very mixed reaction. Marina and Jemma explore their own thoughts and fee…
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When Johnny's indisposed the podcast gets hijacked by Kyle, Zac and Ben. Johnny's loss is your win essentially. In this episode we discuss two recent papers that further help to elucidate the efficacy and effectiveness of BFR in combination with aerobic exercise. Here are the two papers we reviewed:Smith, N. D. W., Girard, O., Scott, B. R., & Peiff…
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Cole interviews Laura Rodas about her incredible recovery from her husband being murdered, and the process of taking pills to “deal with the pain” to becoming a powerful trainer in Grief Recovery. Connect with Laura here: https://www.griefrecoverymethod.com/about-us/laura-rodas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laurarodas_sv?igsh=eGRlc2VqcW5pMXM…
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What’s been streaming in my bubble during our March Birthday Madness? Take a look and then listen today's mini bubble to hear all about what I've been watching in-between birthdays. Thanks for listening and keep streaming! 1 min 30 secs, Jury Duty, mild spoilers 7 min, Army of the Dead, no spoilers 9 min 30 secs, John Wick 3: Parabellum, no spoiler…
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In this episode we discuss the Queensland Institute of Family Therapy's (QIFT) meta framework for integrative practice. Founders, Kate and Leonie talk about how practitioners are embracing and integrative approach and their experience of developing the framework. Topics covered include: The main elements of the framework How integrative differs fro…
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This week: Richard Madeley reads his diary (01:06), Kate Andrews describes how Kate-gate gripped America (06:18), Lloyd Evans warns against meddling with Shakespeare (11:38), Sam McPhail details how Cruyff changed modern football (18:17), and Graeme Thomson reads his interview with Roxy Music's Phil Manzanera (25:23). Produced and presented by Osca…
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Did you even realise the LibDems had held their Spring Conference? No, nor did Jemma and Marina. So in a bid to readdress the balance, the ladies open with a rather compelling snippet from leader, Ed Davey. Then it's onto a rare moment where Keir Starmer offers hope (but careful, it's the hope that kills you), before delving into GB News' latest ac…
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Does anyone else have a strong sense of déjà vu? Because it appears it's that time of year again: When the Tories decide to ditch their useless leader. Yep, because as Sunak continues to take his taxpayer-funded chopper on tour to tell us all that his plan that clearly isn't working is working, in other corners of the Tory party, the penny is dropp…
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Cole interviews Ed Owens, his great friend and his Vice President of The Grief Recovery Method. Cole and Ed discuss the pressing issue with PTSD and Survivor's Guilt within the military. If you are in the military, and yes if you're married into the military or have a loved one serving, this is a MUST for you. More about Ed: Ed retired from the US …
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It's our family's March Birthday Madness season which means it's March Mini Bubble Madness season for the pod, and first up is a watch and react to the movie Saltburn and oh boy, do I react! Massive spoilers for the movie as I watch this interesting film and react strongly to a few scenes, and give my summary of whatever it is I watched. Thanks for…
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On this week’s Spectator Out Loud: William Moore questions if the Church of England is about the apologise for Christianity (1:19); Sean Thomas recounts his experience taking ayahuasca in Colombia (8:13); Matt Ridley argues that private landowners make better conservationists (16:40); Lionel Shriver warns against pathological niceness in the debate…
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Jemma and Marina are delighted to speak to LBC presenter and writer, Natasha Devon, about the time she was fired by the government, why the younger generation prioritise work/life balance and why callers need to be ‘match fit’ if they want to talk about Meghan. Plus, Marina and Jemma spring a round of Education Secretary bingo on her. A wonderful c…
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Jemma and Marina pay tribute to Theresa May who will be standing down at the next election. If by pay tribute you mean, remembering what she was known for re Windrush, the Hostile Environment and Brexit, amongst other 'hits.' And then it's back to the big political news of the week. Lee Anderson is off to Reform. Getting suspended and then being of…
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What happens when your dream comes true after years of work? What happens when that dream twists into what feels like a career-killing nightmare? In this episode, I'm telling the truth like never before—solo, my first in nine years—and it's the most real, vulnerable, and perhaps ill-advised show I've ever done. Catch it quick before my Vulnerabilit…
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Murdoch is engaged again. Marina and Jemma ponder this romantic news before delving into the aftermath of last week's budget. If the Tories had been hoping for a bounce in the polls, their political hearts will have dropped when they saw the latest results from Westminster Voting Intentions. Turns out, 2p off your NI hasn't had the cut through they…
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We were back at Doncaster Business Showcase with our podcast studio - and Laura and Owen stopped by for a chat about Mums In Need, a very worthy cause indeed. To find out more about Sound Media and how we can help you start a podcast for your business, visit wearesoundmedia.comBy wearesoundmedia.com
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We were back at Doncaster Business Showcase with our podcast studio - and Saul Gowens stopped for a chat about all things email marketing and his new favourite word (or is it?!) To find out more about Sound Media and how we can help you start a podcast for your business, visit wearesoundmedia.comBy wearesoundmedia.com
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Cole sits down with Ed Owens, his great friend and his Vice President of The Grief Recovery Method. Ed shares his most life changing moment of his life, the loss of his 3 year old son. Grab your tissues and note pad, this episode will change you. More about Ed: Ed retired from the US Air Force (Reserves) as a First Sergeant in 2009 where he was res…
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The game is on for Laura and I as we talk all about the modern take on this world famous detective as we investigate all four seasons of BBC's Sherlock. From our favorite seasons and episodes, to Those Darn Holmes Kids, the power of Mrs. Hudson and the one word I know in British Sign Language we cover it all. Plus, Laura shares a controversial conf…
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It's budget day! And at time of record, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt had just dropped what the ladies hope will be the last Tory budget. Imagine that... Jemma and Marina give some initial reactions to Hunt's speech which opened with lies, continued with lies, and then finished with lies - because if there's one thing Hunt is good at, it's consistency. Th…
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