Best Michele Rosenthal podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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A show about creating change after trauma; why and how to do it.If your life has gotten to a point where you're feeling overwhelmed by posttraumatic stress and symptoms, stuck, stalled or just plain tired of feeling bad it’s time to think about CHANGING DIRECTION. On this program we cover a wide spectrum of topics designed to help you turn yourself around and get headed for healing in the right direction.Michele and her guests shares ideas for how to reduce and manage stress, depression, moo ...
 
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Fitzdog Radio! A place where Greg can continue his Sirius / XM Show on Howard 101, and give you more interview time with the guest, and more funny.
 
Some of the world's greatest scientists, doctors and medical researchers share their discoveries and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
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Tom Rhodes is on this week to talk about traveling the world, performing live and the best parts of Florida.
 
Comedian and friend Bobcat Goldthwait swings by to share stories about nostalgia, nature and bdsm etiquette.
 
Actor, writer and Good Neighbor Nick Rutherford is on the show this week to talk about James Bond, threesomes and innovations in gummy technology.
 
Nick Di Paolo is on this week to talk about problems with therapy, preparing for shows and physical altercations at comedy shows.
 
Here is an episode that was originally released on March 8, 2011 but I am re-releasing in the wake of this terrible loss. He was a guest on the show several times but this one stands out to me. Enjoy it.
 
Comedian and ball of energy Duncan Trussell is on the show this week to chat about the power of the mind, overcoming your fears, exploring the universe and also having kids.
 
Emmy nominated writer and director Neal Brennan is on the show this week to talk about comedy on tv, feelings on marriage and awkward moments with Conan.
 
Kevin Nealon is on the show this week to talk about good parties, bad neighbors and how may cameras are in a multi-camera tv show (hint: it's 300).
 
Award winning actor and comedian Kevin Pollak is on the show to talk about making it comedy, making it in Hollywood and how to fold shirts.
 
Straight out of Brooklyn, Chris Distefano hops in the studio to talk about his new special, podcasting and how bodies change over time.
 
Writer and pop culture library Mike Lawrence swings by the show to chat about going from struggling comedian to all-powerful comic book nerd. Also we find out what part of Avengers Infinity War made Mike cry three times.
 
Gentleman and scholar Judd Apatow is on this week to talk about HBO's Crashing, celebrity autographs and how the internet is in the ocean.
 
How exactly does gender work? It's not just about our chromosomes, says biologist Karissa Sanbonmatsu. In a visionary talk, she shares new discoveries from epigenetics, the emerging study of how DNA activity can permanently change based on social factors like trauma or diet. Learn how life experiences shape the way genes are expressed -- and wh ...…
 
The 8th Annual New Year's Predictions w/ Mike Gibbons episode is here! He is still wrong about all of his predictions.
 
Comedian and friend Mary Lynn Rajskub joins me this week to talk about having children as a comedian and how comedy makes us act like children.
 
Stand up legend Brian Regan steps into the studio this week to talk about his incredible career, his many Netflix specials and how he got in trouble for giving away a free truck.
 
In this whimsical talk and live demo, scientist Li Wei Tan shares the secrets of bubbles -- from their relentless pursuit of geometric perfection to their applications in medicine and shipping, where designers are creating more efficient vessels by mimicking the bubbles created by swimming penguins. Learn more about these mathematical marvels a ...…
 
How do you talk to someone who doesn't believe in climate change? Not by rehashing the same data and facts we've been discussing for years, says climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe. In this inspiring, pragmatic talk, Hayhoe shows how the key to having a real discussion is to connect over shared values like family, community and religion -- and t ...…
 
Fahim Anwar drops by to talk about nightmare sets, his new comedy special and how he escaped engineering.
 
What shapes our perceptions (and misperceptions) about science? In an eye-opening talk, meteorologist J. Marshall Shepherd explains how confirmation bias, the Dunning-Kruger effect and cognitive dissonance impact what we think we know -- and shares ideas for how we can replace them with something much more powerful: knowledge.…
 
Dave Attell bumps mics on this week's episode to talk about his new Netflix show, traveling and meeting Larry King.
 
What if we took out more greenhouse gases than we put into the atmosphere? This hypothetical scenario, known as "drawdown," is our only hope of averting climate disaster, says strategist Chad Frischmann. In a forward-thinking talk, he shares solutions to climate change that exist today -- conventional tactics like the use of renewable energy an ...…
 
Country and comedy legend Wheeler Walker Jr shares his thoughts on music, movies and love.
 
Every cell that's ever lived has been the result of the four-letter genetic alphabet: A, T, C and G -- the basic units of DNA. But now that's changed. In a visionary talk, synthetic biologist Floyd E. Romesberg introduces us to the first living organisms created with six-letter DNA -- the four natural letters plus two new man-made ones, X and Y ...…
 
Hip hop artists and music geniuses Cypress Hill step into the booth this week to discuss the 90's rap scene, traveling the world and the proper order to waking and baking.
 
Our friend Mike Gibbons is on this week to talk about recent events, the fires in California and words.
 
Comedians and gentlemen Aries Spears and Andy Steinberg join us this week to talk about life on the road, life on the stage, life in general and their podcast Spears & Steinberg.
 
The enlightening and inspiring Howie Mandel hops on the podcast this week to talk about how he turns his greatest fears into jokes, especially when it comes to cats.
 
Author and journalist Neil Strauss drops by the podcast this week to give his insight into why we do the things we do.
 
We need to change how we prescribe drugs, says physician Daniel Kraft: too often, medications are dosed incorrectly, cause toxic side effects or just don't work. In a talk and concept demo, Kraft shares his vision for a future of personalized medication, unveiling a prototype 3D printer that could design pills that adapt to our individual needs.…
 
In a talk about how we can build a robust future without wrecking the planet, sustainability expert Johan Rockström debuts the Earth3 model -- a new methodology that combines the UN Sustainable Development Goals with the nine planetary boundaries, beyond which earth's vital systems could become unstable. Learn more about five transformational p ...…
 
The malaria vaccine was invented more than a century ago -- yet each year, hundreds of thousands of people still die from the disease. How can we improve this vital vaccine? In this informative talk, immunologist and TED Fellow Faith Osier shows how she's combining cutting-edge technology with century-old insights in the hopes of creating a new ...…
 
Spike Feresten swings by to chat about cars, television and statues.
 
The spectacular Mo'Nique sits down, laughs and then cries on a special episode of Fitzdog radio.
 
Spider venom can stop your heart within minutes, cause unimaginable pain -- and potentially save your life, says zoologist Michel Dugon. As a tarantula crawls up and down his arm, Dugon explains the medical properties of this potent toxin and how it might be used to produce the next generation of antibiotics.…
 
As a young scientist, Catherine Mohr was on her dream scuba trip -- when she put her hand right down on a spiny sea urchin. While a school of sharks circled above. What happened next? More than you can possibly imagine. Settle in for this fabulous story with a dash of science.
 
When the pressure is on, why do we sometimes fail to live up to our potential? Cognitive scientist and Barnard College president Sian Leah Beilock reveals what happens in your brain and body when you choke in stressful situations, sharing psychological tools that can help you perform at your best when it matters most.…
 
Geneticist Steve McCarroll wants to make an atlas of all the cells in the human body so that we can understand in precise detail how specific genes work, especially in the brain. In this fascinating talk, he shares his team's progress -- including their invention of "Drop-seq," a technology that allows scientists to analyze individual cells at ...…
 
China is the world's biggest polluter -- and now one of its largest producers of clean energy. Which way will China go in the future, and how will it affect the global environment? Data scientist Angel Hsu describes how the most populous country on earth is creating a future based on alternative energy -- and facing up to the environmental cata ...…
 
What's it like to discover a galaxy -- and have it named after you? Astrophysicist and TED Fellow Burçin Mutlu-Pakdil lets us know in this quick talk about her team's surprising discovery of a mysterious new galaxy type.
 
The universe is incredibly old, astoundingly vast and populated by trillions of planets -- so where are all the aliens? Astronomer Stephen Webb has an explanation: we're alone in the universe. In a mind-expanding talk, he spells out the remarkable barriers a planet would need to clear in order to host an extraterrestrial civilization -- and mak ...…
 
At MIT, Dina Katabi and her team are working on a bold new way to monitor patients' vital signs in a hospital (or even at home), without wearables or bulky, beeping devices. Bonus: it can see through walls. In a mind-blowing talk and demo, Katabi previews a system that captures the reflections of signals like Wi-Fi as they bounce off people, cr ...…
 
Biologist Dan Gibson edits and programs DNA, just like coders program a computer. But his "code" creates life, giving scientists the power to convert digital information into biological material like proteins and vaccines. Now he's on to a new project: "biological transportation," which holds the promise of beaming new medicines across the glob ...…
 
There are about a hundred trillion microbes living inside your gut -- protecting you from infection, aiding digestion and regulating your immune system. As our bodies have adapted to life in modern society, we've started to lose some of our normal microbes; at the same time, diseases linked to a loss of diversity in microbiome are skyrocketing ...…
 
Our planet has a carbon problem -- if we don't start removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, we'll grow hotter, faster. Chemical engineer Jennifer Wilcox previews some amazing technology to scrub carbon from the air, using chemical reactions that capture and reuse CO2 in much the same way trees do ... but at a vast scale. This detailed tal ...…
 
Navigating territorial hippos and active minefields, TED Fellow Steve Boyes and a team of scientists have been traveling through the Okavango Delta, Africa's largest remaining wetland wilderness, to explore and protect this near-pristine habitat against the rising threat of development. In this awe-inspiring talk packed with images, he shares h ...…
 
Oceanographer Penny Chisholm introduces us to an amazing little being: Prochlorococcus, the most abundant photosynthetic species on the planet. A marine microbe that has existed for millions of years, Prochlorococcus wasn't discovered until the mid-1980s -- but its ancient genetic code may hold clues to how we can reduce our dependence on fossi ...…
 
In October 2017, astrobiologist Karen J. Meech got the call every astronomer waits for: NASA had spotted the very first visitor from another star system. The interstellar comet -- a half-mile-long object eventually named `Oumuamua, from the Hawaiian for "scout" or "messenger" -- raised intriguing questions: Was it a chunk of rocky debris from a ...…
 
In this fascinating look at the "alpha male," primatologist Frans de Waal explores the privileges and costs of power while drawing surprising parallels between how humans and primates choose their leaders. His research reveals some of the unexpected capacities of alpha males -- generosity, empathy, even peacekeeping -- and sheds light on the po ...…
 
Did humans evolve from monkeys or from fish? In this enlightening talk, ichthyologist and TED Fellow Prosanta Chakrabarty dispels some hardwired myths about evolution, encouraging us to remember that we're a small part of a complex, four-billion-year process -- and not the end of the line. "We're not the goal of evolution," Chakrabarty says. "T ...…
 
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