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Please Make This

Hobert Thompson & Laura Petro

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Tired of the same old movies, franchises, and reboots? Us too! Join Hobert Thompson & Laura Petro as they sit down with a special guest to pitch and write what should be Hollywood's next big movie. After their brainstorm, they enlist the help of actors to do a live reading of their scripts to bring each film to life. And finally, if anyone out there is listening: PLEASE make this!
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The Everyday Leader are lessons you can use to build and grow your influence every day. This podcast is for everyone. Leaders are not defined by a title. It's an attitude; how you conduct yourself in any aspect of your life. John Maxwell says "leadership is influence." We all have the ability to influence.I created this podcast to share decades of experience in leadership and provide guidance on how you can be a little better every day. Over time little improvements lead to tremendous gains.
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Inspired by the international bestselling young adult / science-fiction novel Excelsior, this weekly interview show puts the spotlight on both up-and-coming and established creative talents who share their journey to success.
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From school dinners to sofa snacks – food has a huge part to play in shaping our story – and your favourite celebs have some delicious tales to tell. Join Guardian food critic and her celebrity guests, as she throws the cupboard doors open and chats life through food. Grace’s new Comfort Eating book, inspired by the podcast, is out now. It’s a wonderfully scrumptious, life-affirming journey through the foods that really mean the most to us. On the podcast, expect to hear from guests (actors ...
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Performance People

Georgie + Ben Ainslie

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The latest season of the Performance People podcast is here with new episodes released weekly. Georgie Ainslie talks with performance people across sport, entertainment, business, science and more as she explores their highs, lows, learnings and everything in between. Find out how top people stay at the top and how their shared perspectives can help you to achieve better every day. Hit subscribe today for the latest podcast. You can also listen on Spotify/Apple Music Is Performance People gi ...
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What We Thought Would Happen

Laura Kightlinger & Daniel Webb

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Laura Kightlinger and Daniel Webb are seasoned standups getting to know each other via podcast. By sharing stunning missteps in life and career they’re able to trace their failings back to their parents, God, Texas, and piano lessons. Their budding friendship will be put to the test with special guests, friend activities, high school challenges, and classic movie recommendations.
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4 Transplants and a Microphone

Brandon Avina, Jack Tompkins, and Brian Johnson

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We are 4 transplant entrepreneurs who have fully embraced Charlotte as our new home! Coming from across the country, we talk about everything that Charlotte and the Carolinas have to offer for our personal and professional lives. Our goal is to have a whole lot of fun while highlighting all the good things about Charlotte for anyone thinking about living or doing business here!
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Nashville Soul Music, is a series of interviews with the Nashville and Memphis musicians and Singers, that recorded the soul music that shaped how we listen to and play music today. Interviews with People Like Steve Cropper, Blue Lou Marini, James Hags Haggerty, Martin Lynds, Gene Chrisman, Tommy Mc Donnell and Laura Mayo
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If you like drama, fiction, and storytelling, this podcast is for you! Come along for the ride and sink your teeth into stories written by yours truly. Call in and/or email kythompsonbooks@gmail.com to chat with me or to leave comments. Don’t forget to follow and share the episodes with your friends. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/kythompsonbooks/support
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Welcome to the Mommy Labor Nurse Podcast, where we firmly believe in the power of education when it comes to giving birth! Tune in each week as we dive into pregnancy-related topics, expert interviews, and a variety of birth stories! As a reminder, anything you hear on this podcast should not be taken as medical advice, please see mommylabornurse.com/disclaimer for more info.
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Life on Repeat is a podcast for those caring for someone with dementia. Join Laura Vaillancourt, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Geriatric Mental Health Specialist and Eldercare Coach as she explores helpful caregiving tips, practical resources and most importantly, how to care for yourself through this journey.
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C-Sweet Talks

Dianne Gubin and Beth Hilbing

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C-Sweet™ Talks takes you inside the most interesting businesses and industries today and explores strategies for career success. Hosts Beth and Dianne have navigated C-Suites and board rooms throughout their careers, and are now giving insider advice for executive and entrepreneurial women to make a difference in theirs. C-Sweet™ is an international professional association for women focusing on access to all levels of career opportunities for YOU and others, the creation of diverse networks ...
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The new series, Making An Impression: The Sketches, features the cream of British, Irish and US impressionists performing brand new sketches and chatting about the art and craft of impressions. Anecdotes, new voices, some silliness and lots of laughs. Presented by ex-Dead Ringers regular Simon Lipson, the series' guests include Rory Bremner, Alistair McGowan, Jessica Martin, Christina Bianco, Al Foran, Lewis MacLeod, Jon Culshaw, Josh Robert Thompson, Scheiffer Bates, Ronni Ancona and so man ...
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Employee engagement is dead. Employee Experience in a traditional office is dead. If you, like all leaders post COVID-19, need to make split decisions that drive the best digital employee experience (DEX), this podcast delivers on all the latest and greatest strategies that top companies are implementing today. Join our host, David Williams, as he helps you to retain your top talent during these challenging times. www.forgeant.com Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show ...
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This podcast brings you an International Women's Day Series to explore feminism. We answer the questions: If feminism is just about equality, why do so many men and women find the term just a bit offensive? Should we be feminists? What is feminism all about today?Each episode contains an interview with some leading feminists! If you want to know more, listen now!
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In a new media world where everyone is a critic with a platform and feels unheard if they are not pointing out what is wrong, The Baub Show focuses on what is right! The Baub Show prides itself on celebrating life, pop culture and positivity! Host Bob Merrick welcomes artists from varying genres from acting, singing, stand-up comedy, dancers, chefs and even reality stars! Paired with fresh co-hosts each week, the show likes to look back on career highs, accomplishments as well as career insp ...
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In American cities, good transit is scarce — but it shouldn't be. We can dramatically expand access to fast, frequent, reliable transit, making cities greener, safer, and more just. In each episode of High Frequency, an interview series hosted by TransitCenter’s Kapish Singla, you’ll hear from the advocates, experts, and public officials working to improve American transit.
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Home of the National Outdoor PodShow Be Inspired: The Outside & Active Podcast features guests across the world of health and fitness, aiming to inspire, educate and entertain and audience of engaged outdoor enthusiasts. Hear from amazing guests: From household names such as Dame Kelly Holmes, Ben Fogle and Paula Radcliffe, to industry heroes such as Laura Lou Crane, Katie Ormerod and Scott Jurek, to expert nutritionists, physiotherapists and life coaches, there is something for everyone on ...
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Art of the Kickstart

Art of the Kickstart

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Roy Morejon of Art of the Kickstart and Enventys Partners interviews successful entrepreneurs and creators of popular crowdfunding campaigns on Kickstarter and Indiegogo to find out the keys to a successful project. The weekly show consists of a series of high-performing guests offering actionable advice paired with Morejon’s insight from raising millions for crowdfunding clients with Command Partners.
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ESSDACK EDventure Cast

ESSDACK's EDventure Cast

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We love a great story. Stories help us understand each other. They help us learn from each other. They connect us. And so, when we find a great story, we want to share it. We started Destination EDventure to highlight teachers and students doing amazing things. Talking EDventure tells the stories of our own Team. But Jaime and Glen learned they could not be everywhere. So in an effort to share more great stories in education the podcast EDventure Cast was created.
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Two Christians and a Jew

Two Christians and a Jew

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Christians find hints to Jesus in the Old Testament. Jews don't. Why? Christians use the term “legalism” to deride a dry, mechanistic religious practice, but Jews have a tradition of passionate legal interpretation and the Torah’s laws describe the very nature of their practice. Are we even talking about the same laws? How did Moses read Scripture? Isaiah? The Pharisees? Jesus himself? Two Christians and a Jew is co-hosted by two Christians, Frank and Jen, and a Jew, Meir. Together with our ...
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This is the REX Podcast feed - your one-stop-shop for all things Rural. REX is the best of rural radio hosted by Dominic George. Dedicated to the backbone of NZ, join us as we discuss rural challenges and issues, find stories that inspire and empower, and celebrate key players in the sector across Aotearoa. For more rural news and updates, head to www.rexonline.co.nz.
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Storylines

Executive Producers: Elise Graham, Ava Karvonen, Samantha Quantz, Theresa Wynnyk; Senior Producer: Sheena Rossiter; Associate Producer: Shayna Giles; Host: Sheena Rossiter; Audio Technician: Sheena Rossiter; Social Media Coordinator: Shayna Giles; Original Storylines theme composed by Aaron Macri and Laura Raboud; Produced with support from Alberta's Ministry of Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women. Special thanks to FAVA for its support on this production.

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'Storylines' is Women in Film and Television Alberta's inaugural podcast. Join your host, Sheena Rossiter, every week as we highlight some of the most successful women in film and television from in front of and behind the camera. Subscribe now to get all 15 weekly episodes wherever you get your podcasts. 'Storylines' will launch March 9, 2020 and runs until June 15, 2020.
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Birth is amazing, beautiful, wonderful . . . and it can throw you for a loop! Despite our very best birth “plans,” we can find ourselves taking some twist and turns during pregnancy, birth, and postpartum that we don’t expect. Enter the Pregnancy & Birth Made Easy Podcast! Hey mama! My name is Stephanie, and I’m a mom of three boys, a professional doula, childbirth educator, and the creator of the Online Birth Course - My Essential Birth www.myessentialbirth.com. I love to help mothers just ...
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On each episode we share the stories of people who've transformed their life to live in alignment with their true purpose. These stories are raw, real and remind you that you, too, can stop living for what everyone else thinks, and start living the life you were meant to live. Kay Cote is an up and coming as a professional speaker and entertainer who builds community based on mindfulness in action. After many years enduring chronic bullying as a child, Kay shares her story to inspire others ...
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Many professional women aspire to advance their careers. Yet, many encounter common obstacles when navigating the landscape both at work and at home. From corporate cultures to internal chatter, high impact women are often searching for proven and actionable strategies to make their goals a reality. With firsthand experience in demanding roles while juggling the numerous demands outside of work, JJ DiGeronimo, a woman in tech turned award-winning author for working women, shares some of her ...
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Episode 14 is live! With me today is Laura Thompson, author of numerous books across numerous genres. Today, we discuss two of her novels which are part of the "Freak or Unique" YA series penned under her maiden name L.E. LaBarge. Join us as we chat about epilepsy, body dysmorphia, and strategies of empowering young adults in the face of adversity.…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with DINZ Industry Capability Manager John Ladley about the deer sector and integrated farm planning... He talks with WeatherWatch CEO Phil Duncan about what's in store for the next week... He talks with Wonky Box co-founder Angus Simms about the origin of the company and its new fruit-only box... And he talks with Ben…
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On this week’s Spectator Out Loud: Natasha Feroze reports on the return of ex-Labour MP Keith Vaz (1:10); Robert Ades presents the case against sociology A-level (7:39); Lucasta Miller reviews Katherine Bucknell’s book, Christopher Isherwood Inside Out (15:24); Sam McPhail provides his notes on the lager Madri (23:16); Toby Young explains why he wi…
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Our guest today is Rian Kerrane. Rian is an Irish sculptor and currently Associate Professor for the College of Arts & Media at the University of Colorado Denver. She also is a founding member of the Western Cast Iron Art Alliance and has contributed her time and efforts towards organizing the International Cast Iron Conference. Now this is just th…
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What's masculinity look like--without the "toxic?" It could look like men feeling the need to keep quiet or going with the flow. David and Meg Robbins are here to answer questions about toxic masculinity vs. healthy masculinity. Show Notes and Resources Hear more episodes by David and Meg Robbins Find resources from this podcast at shop.familylife.…
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Kitten Caboose is the star of his own rootin’ tootin’ cartoon series set on a goofy train passing through a Wild West town. One day, Kitten Caboose discovers he can venture beyond his small world and finds a beautifully rendered video game called Tome of Mana where he can be more than just a cartoon conductor. But when the villain of his series fin…
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In this episode, Julia has a good chat with herself, discussing managing risk and director obligations, drawing insights from recent events in New Zealand's cooperative sector. Julia also shares experiences from Field Days 2024 and provides a preview of upcoming engagements in Western Australia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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On today's podcast, Dom once again presents interviews from Fieldays 2024 at Mystery Creek; he talks with NZ Olympian Sam Dakin on the eve of the Paris Games about making the track cycling sprint team, the history of the keirin event and his business endeavors... He talks with DairyNZ CE Campbell Parker about the state of the dairy industry and its…
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Rapper Kevin “KB” Burgess and Ameen Hudson examine the critical causes and effects of the crisis of masculinity--and the kind of manhood that changes the world. Show Notes and Resources Connect with Kevin “KB” Burgess and Ameen Hudson and catch more of their thoughts at whoiskb.com, and on Facebook, Instagram, Spotify, Apple Music, Twitter or Youtu…
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On today’s podcast, Dom is once again at Fieldays at Mystery Creek; he talks with Fencing commentator Craig Wiggins about this year’s competition and the Fieldays ‘vibe’ for 2024… He talks with Hayden Dillon from Findex about the inquiry into rural banking, the state of the economy and his latest podcast recommendation… He catches up with the forme…
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Cheri Satterfield is the President of Tuscan Sun Spa which opened for business in 2004. Being a native of West Virginia, Cheri has a lot of appreciation for community. She joins us for a discussion on her long journey as a business owner and how her background informs her leadership style. Sponsored by Shine Consulting LLC.…
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Stand up, writer, actor, fellow podcaster and our dear friend, Kara Klenk joins us to discuss murder, Connecticut pimps, them Hargitay kids, Virgos=Serial Killers, married stand up duo, "That’s Messed Up: An SVU Podcast", secret smoking, Fox News Alumni, teaching english in Italy, The Ice Storm, smoking weed with Fin & Munch, Kara's uncle Tony Hend…
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Rapper Kevin “KB” Burgess and influencer Ameen Hudson know the realities of racial injustice, crime, and violence from the South side of the streets. And they aren't bashful about how Christianity is flagrantly misrepresented--yet relentlessly has the chops for all life can pitch at it. Get ready for an introduction to the true Southside Rabbi. Sho…
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On today’s podcast, Dom is live at Fieldays 2024 at Mystery Creek; he talks with Power Farming CEO Tom Ruddenklau about tractor sales, the relevance of Fieldays and the geography of NZ… He talks with Stoney Creek CEO Brent McConnell about its new 100% NZ wool range of apparel, the history of the business and its place within rural New Zealand… He t…
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Richard started as guitarist in the folk-rock staple Fairport Convention in 1967 but left in 1970 after five albums. He then recorded his debut solo album, six as Richard and Linda Thompson, and has since recorded 20 more solo albums of lyrically inventive, stylistically varied tunes that nearly always feature very skilled guitar work. We discuss “…
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Dr. Elana is a Pediatric Naturopathic Doctor with a mission to teach moms how to safely be a “Doctor Mom!” She teaches moms how to transform their fear and overwhelm when their child gets sick into feeling calm, competent, and confident with the right tools to prevent illness and treat it wisely! Where to find Dr. Elana Roumell: Website Instagram D…
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Could your behavior be affecting your children's emotions? Sissy Goff and David Thomas explore how parental strategies might contribute to child anxiety. Show Notes and Resources Connect with Sissy Goff and David Thomas and catch more of their thoughts at raisingboysandgirls.com or listen to their podcast. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram @rai…
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This week on Excelsior Journeys, host & producer George Sirois sits down with FMO Media's VP of Operations, Rebecca Vickers. As a marketer, a performer, and now as the head of her own publishing company, Rebecca's primary thrust that she brings to all of her ventures is storytelling. And the lesson she learned during her journey is that fellow crea…
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Katherine Ryan joins Grace this week to share her favourite comfort foods. The Canadian comedian, writer, presenter and actor is best known for her deliciously wicked comedy, delivered with a side dish of couture. Katherine shares memories from her past, including her father’s attempts to bring Indian food to Canada via Ireland, her difficult early…
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England rugby stalwart Lewis Moody was known for his all-action approach which left everything on the pitch. You don’t get the nickname 'mad dog’ for nothing. Yet it was off the pitch that Lewis Moody had to overcome his biggest challenges, most notably having to deal with ulcerative colitis as a young player in an environment where sharing your vu…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Tony Thompson from Glen Anthony Simmentals about his upcoming sale, 50 years in the breeding business and his thoughts on the future of the industry... He talks with Organics Aotearoa NZ Chair Chris Morrison about new funding for a self-funded sector body and the current state of the organics industry... He talks …
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It's week 4 of The 12 Weeks of Birth! This week on the podcast I have a short and fun re-air for you guys featuring my sister, Jenna! I quizzed her on some fun pregnancy trivia - it turned out to be WAY HARDER than I thought it was going to be, I think she only got 2 right hah. So, I invite you to play along at home too to see if you can beat her! …
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Wondering if you're being attentive--or could you be one of those overprotective parents? Join Sissy Goff and David Thomas as they talk about parenting fears, emotional baggage, and effective strategies. Discover the thin line between being vigilant and overprotective, and how to navigate it. Show Notes and Resources Connect with Sissy Goff and Dav…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Scottish correspondent Duncan Macalister about poor weather, the state of European politics and the burgeoning whisky industry... He talks with Federated Farmers Meat & Wool Chair Toby Williams about his boycott of wool auctions and the possibility of a farmer-led wool collective... He talks with the Chair of the …
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On this week’s Spectator Out Loud: Max Jeffery reports on the rise of luxury watch thefts in London (1:18); Melanie McDonagh discusses the collapse of religion in Scotland (5:51); reflecting on the longevity of Diane Abbott and what her selection row means for Labour, Matthew Parris argues that shrewd plans need faultless execution (10:44); Iain Ma…
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Happy belated Memorial Day, everyone! During last week’s holiday, Hobert invited over some pals from the neighborhood for a hotdog-topping-themed cookout and casual hang, which can only mean one thing: another edition of At The Parties w/ Hobert! Find out the recent films Hobert’s guests have seen and what they thought about them in this minisode t…
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Could your father wound affect your marriage? Maybe it surfaces in struggling with trust, low self-esteem, or difficulty forming healthy boundaries. Kia Stephens helps you learn how to heal, using practical tools to overcome insecurities and find wholeness with God. Show Notes and Resources Connect with Kia Stephens and catch more of their thoughts…
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In this podcast episode, Craig Piggott, founder and CEO of Halter, shares his transformation from aspiring vet to ag-tech innovator, detailing his journey from working at Rocket Lab to creating a pioneering cow collar technology that enhances farm efficiency. The discussion covers the focus and grit needed for startup life, the strategic selection …
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What happens when a sci-fi nerd interviews a romance author? A fantastic conversation, and nothing less! Join us in listening to Episode 13, where I talk with Regina Brownell, author of five romance novels. Today we discuss her debut novel The Two-Week Promise. Listen in as we talk about the therapeutic impact of light-hearted literature, growing u…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Andrew Powdrell from Turiroa Angus Stud about its upcoming sale and his family's 80 years in the breeding game... He talks with United Fresh President Jerry Prendergast about its latest Trend Report, including five food predictions for 2024 and beyond... He talks with Fife Lane Executive Chef Robbie Webber about w…
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Hurt, neglect, rejection, or abandonment from a father can feel like it tumbles into all of life. Author Kia Stephens gets real about her own painful path through father wounds--and how she began moving forward. Show Notes and Resources Connect with Kia Stephens and catch more of their thoughts at kiastephens.com and on Facebook, Instagram and X @k…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Julia Jones from the Real Optimism podcast about her recent participation in a Roundtable discussion about the future of agricultural journalism in NZ... He talks with Carter's Brand Ambassador Richard Loe about wool insulation, Super rugby and the fate of the Canterbury A&P Show... And he catches up with REX soci…
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Today on Leadership Rediscovered we have the privilege of speaking with Wade Linger. Wade Linger currently serves as the President and CEO of TMC Technologies, an innovative and passionate technology company focused on finding the right people, right solutions, and at the right time. Join us as we talk to him about where technology has lead him in …
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Musician Michael Card has felt it, too: Utterly alone, as if the world is oblivious to you and your pain. The author and musician articulates how he was swept up by love and, ultimately, able to cope with grief. Show Notes and Resources Connect with Michael Card and catch more of his thoughts at michaelcard.com, and on Facebook @MichaelCardMusic. A…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Stu Davison from HighGround Dairy about the latest Global Dairy Trade Event (+1.7%)... He talks with Murray King about becoming a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to the dairy industry... He chats with Robert Peacock from Orari Gorge Hereford about its Annual Bull Sale... And he talks with Api…
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We have a home birth story this week! Martha Henon, mother of 2, joins us to share her birth experiences. Giving birth at home or in a hospital is a choice that moms need to make, but often times, moms feel pressured to do what they're told instead of listening to their instincts. Links Mentioned: My Essential Birth Course My Essential Birth Postpa…
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We sit down with writer and comedian Laurie Kilmartin to discuss senior living goals, local government at work, exes ruining albums, Suzanne Somers, Castor Oil, 100 Tampons for Sally Ride, writing on Conan for 11 years, meeting Chrissy Hynde, don't f*ck with the upstairs person, Daniel's puppy Lamy, Kennedy Lobotomies, working in a call center, Pla…
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Ever feel lost or longing for more? Feel overwhelmed and unfulfilled? Author Michael Card found a single biblical word that utterly changed how he viewed love. Instead of temporary fixes, could there be something deeper to fill the void within? Show Notes and Resources Connect with Michael Card and catch more of his thoughts at michaelcard.com, and…
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It’s week 3 of the 12 weeks of birth! This week I chose to re-air a solo episode talking all about spontaneous labor versus inductions, and why spontaneous labor is typically preferred. I also touch on the timeline of medical inductions and what that entails. You’ll learn about a few things you can do during your pregnancy to prep your body for lab…
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This week on Excelsior Journeys, host & producer George Sirois sits down with author Mic Lowther, who harnessed his decades-long dream of writing into seeking out experiences that can become the basis for later stories. The first major experience came in 1973 when he, his wife, and their 10-year-old child walked the Appalachian Trail, a 200+ day-lo…
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Team GB’s Emma Finucane is on a whirlwind rise through women’s cycling and is heading to Paris with high hopes that she could become the next name in British Cycling royalty. Just a year ago, this wasn’t even part of the plan. It all changed for the 21-year-old when she won the 2023 World Championships as a newcomer and she’s since had to manage th…
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On today's podcast, Dom talks with Wilson Matthewson from Glenrae Hops in Nelson about the hop industry, how he got into it and the changing nature of alcohol consumption in NZ... He talks with Andrew Pitman from FAR about the maize season, new research projects and the implications for NZ from Europe's Green Deal... He talks to NZ National Fielday…
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Got big dreams—but feel lost on how to achieve them? Singer-songwriter Michael Card discusses how his mentor influenced his faith and career journey, shedding light on overcoming obstacles. What's stopping you from chasing your dreams? Show Notes and Resources Connect with Michael Card and catch more of his thoughts at michaelcard.com, and on Faceb…
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This episode, science fiction author Phil Bailey and I discuss his novel Kelvoo's Testimonial: Surviving the Aftermath of human first contact, the first in his series Kelvoo's Chronicles. Join us as we chat about colonization allegories, art and cognition, and, briefly, sausage. Phil can be reached on the following social media platforms: Website: …
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On this week’s Spectator Out Loud: Peter Parker takes us through the history of guardsmen and homosexuality (1:12); Prof. Wayne Hunt explains what the Conservatives could learn from the 1993 Canadian election (9:10); Nicholas Lezard reflects on the diaries of Franz Kafka, on the eve of his centenary (16:06); Mark Mason provides his notes on Horse G…
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Rod Townsend is an aspiring storm chaser who gets more than just exciting storm footage when he joins a professional storm chasing crew that encounters a storm that seems to be hunting them. No matter where they go, the storm follows, and it’s clear that its target is Rod. Can Rod and the Mackman crew ride the lightning and outrun this rogue storm,…
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Ever feel scared to ask for help? Worried about what your folks might say? Bela opens up about the challenges of navigating college life, being in the party scene, struggling with an eating disorder, and her fam's reactions to her struggles. See how Bela found the strength to share her struggles with her family. Show Notes and Resources Check out m…
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