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"Inspiring shit from everyday people" - The People Who Poo Podcast is based on conversations with everyday, inspiring people. Hosted by Daniel Nicholls and released when he gets around to it. Guests include award-winning bar owners on a shoestring budget, a cancer and abuse survivor turned yoga + art studio owner, a Colombian-based Shaman, and live sets from upcoming independent artists.
 
'Let's Talk Absolute Poo!' (LTAP for short) is a podcast created, edited and hosted by Tyler Lovence. LTAP is a uploaded daily onto the Apple Podcasts app! The name is quite ironic because all Tyler talks about is absolute poo... Tyler has two YouTube Channels with a combined following of over 500. On one channel Tyler vlogs his life and on the other, he games! 'Let's Talk Absolute Poo!' is here for viewers to tell Tyler topics and for Tyler to talk absolute poo about that topic! That topic ...
 
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The Poo Talk comes back with another great week after UFC 259 with discussions on every main card fight. They also cover major acquisitions in all other major sports including the signing of Blake Griffin to the Nets. The Question of the Day returns with an existential question on what the boys would like to accomplish before they pass. Thank you f…
 
The Poo Talk starts week 4 with a discussion on the NFL's premier free agents and where would the best fit be for them. This week brings not only more laughs but thought provoking conversations in our new segment, The Question of the Day! Other than that topics including Canelo, UFC 259 and the NBA are discussed. To get in touch with our polls and …
 
Special Georgia Bonus Ep! What do outsiders get wrong about Georgia? How does the evangelical left influence the state? Where is Big Boi really from? Atlantan Nsé Ufot, who heads the New Georgia Project, is here to answer these questions and many more, as people around the country focus on the Senate runoff election. She also explains the importanc…
 
Special Georgia Bonus Ep! Just as she prepares to take the oath of office as U.S. Congresswoman for Georgia’s 5th district, Rep. Nikema Williams reflects on her journey from rural Alabama to Washington DC, and the responsibility that comes with holding the late Rep. John Lewis’s seat. As Nikema explains, it’s not just about continuing his civil rig…
 
For our season finale, Alicia and Ai-jen take stock of this moment in the eye of the storm: We’re one week from the biggest election of our lives, and there’s a lot of work left to do. Cry if you need to, but also be proud of the work you do and look around to see hope in the people around you. Alicia has a bold prediction about voter turnout, and …
 
There’s so much change that needs to happen—and so little time in between all the other things we do. Our friend and activist hero Cecile Richards is here with an essential reminder: If you feel overwhelmed, “It’s not you. It’s the system.” She shares her own experiences under pressure (including being mansplained to by members of Congress) and how…
 
Marisa Franco helps Latinx people build political power through Mijente, the national action hub she founded in 2015. Drawing on her work in many diverse communities, she’s here to demystify organizing with simple steps anyone can take. (Hint: Start by pretending you’re throwing a party.) She also explains why everyone should be concerned about tec…
 
Is justice really possible? How can we reckon with truth when people disagree about what’s true? We can’t think of a better person to answer these big questions than attorney, author, and Equal Justice Initiative founder Bryan Stevenson. He shares more of his background and describes how he’s reframing the fight for civil rights as an ongoing story…
 
Raquel Willis has found her lane as an advocate for Black trans people's lives. And it's not just about visibility or getting a seat at the table—it's about changing systems that do harm, regardless of who's in the White House. As Raquel explains, there's a whole menu of options beyond the electoral system, from direct action to workplace organizin…
 
As you’ve probably noticed, this is a time of overwhelming crisis. With so many urgent issues, where do we begin? How can one person hope to make an impact? Ai-jen and Alicia are here to get you started! They talk through the importance of finding your lane, discovering the activist and organizer inside all of us, and shaking up the system. Plus: w…
 
Jenny Yang’s lane is making people laugh. A writer and comedian, Jenny explains why she left labor organizing to become a performer—and how she’s still doing the work by telling stories, organizing through shows, and turning despair into creativity. Ai-jen and Alicia also discuss the importance of changing narratives, from what we tell ourselves to…
 
Megan Rapinoe decided to expand her lane beyond the soccer field that made her famous — and a world champion. Now, inspired by activists like Colin Kaepernick and the Ferguson protesters, she’s using her platform to champion causes like equal pay for women, racial justice, and civic engagement. Megan opens up about difficult conversations with rela…
 
Ai-jen and Alicia are back! This season is all about finding your lane and discovering how YOU can make a difference, starting now… because we are the light in the storm. Stay tuned for wisdom, insights, real talk, and lots of belly laughs with guests like Megan Rapinoe, Jenny Yang, Raquel Willis, Bryan Stevenson and more. Launching September 8, 20…
 
Lucho Vidales is a photographer who's been killing it for years. Responsible for some of the biggest campaigns with the biggest companies including Adidas, Under Armour & Red Bull, with stars such as Lionel Messi, David Beckham, Anthony Joshua and Neymar in front of his lens. He opens up about how he got started with his mum's camera - self taught,…
 
Over 100 million Americans are in a caregiving crisis, trying to juggle the emotional, financial, and logistical demands of caring for loved ones across generations. Alicia and Ai-jen know exactly what that’s like—they’ve both found themselves caring for elders who used to care for them, in a system that’s confusing and wildly expensive. Where did …
 
For our season finale, Alicia and Ai-jen are answering your questions: How can we stay human in the midst of a global pandemic? What’s the secret to building a sustainable grassroots movement? And what should you be doing right now (from home, of course) to push for a progressive policy response to the coronavirus crisis? Plus, the ladies share the…
 
A new episode recorded on a phone call this week! Social distancing in full effect! Ai-jen, Alicia, and Rep. Ayanna Pressley connected from their homes to discuss hope in a time of crisis, movement building, mutual support, and comfort food. Rep. Pressley also explains how a casual photo op brought the Congressional Squad together, sparking friends…
 
The first dude of Sunstorm! Comedian, author, and United Shades of America host W. Kamau Bell explains how feeling like an outsider shaped his worldview, and gives props to his mom, who smashed barriers of all kinds while raising him alone. Plus: Why it’s OK to laugh at things you don’t agree with, learning the value of listening, and what we reall…
 
Bart Biemans is a Cosmetic Doctor with his own practice, and also a Wim Hof Method (WHM) Instructor. These seem like radical opposites. The WHM seems to be more about healing and knowing yourself through breathing and cold therapy, and cosmetic work seems very superficial. After meeting Bart in Barcelona, I was intrigued to have him explain the sci…
 
When you end up posing butt naked with your guest and a bunch of nudists, you know it's been a good chat. I first met Carlos Toledo, AKA T_Diary when I replaced him as a bartender in the W hotel - he was leaving to pursue his passion, design.Fast forward 8 years, and he's got 80K people following his sketches he puts up everyday at 8am on Instagram…
 
Ben Belward is one of my favourite artists and funny-men. Based in the UK, for some reason he's not living off his art, and I can't understand it. So when he came to Barcelona, he did a little acoustic set for us on the beach, and we had a chat about what it's like to be a musician nowadays. We talked about music streaming, playing weird private gi…
 
Aggy and Esteve are one of the coolest couples I know. Aggy has a background in graphic design, Esteve working with wood. They got together when Esteve asked Aggy to do a graphic on one of his boards, and they now travel the Portuguese coast during summer, living in a van, and teaching people to do the same. They have plenty of other projects to ke…
 
Des is one of the most inspiring women I know.She's the founder of Shanti Vida Creative Yoga Hub, here in Barcelona. We talk about how she overcame her experiences of abuse, addiction, and cancer, and used them as fuel for positive change in her life. Sounds depressing? Quiet the opposite, we had an awesome, positive chat, her outlook on life is am…
 
Eric van den Hove is a Belgian-born, Columbian-based Shaman with a degree in law. He and his girlfriend Cecile joined me to talk about the history of Shamans, fakes and how to spot them, Ayahuasca or Yage, and giving psychedelics to infants. Guest Handles:FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/talleralasdecolibri/ People Who Poo Podcast:FB: https://ww…
 
George & Segi are part of the Barcelon-based hip-hop 6-piece Circles & Squares. They came in for a live acoustic set on the couch, and a chat on their music, who they want to collaborate with, and future gigs. Check out the Circles & Squares Facebook for more on their music and upcoming gigs: fb: https://www.facebook.com/circlesandsquareshiphop/Ins…
 
Moe Aljaff and AJ White are owner-operators of Two Schmucks, my favourite bar in Barcelona right now. We talk about opening a bar on a 2k budget, what it means to be a Schmuck, and pudgy Italian child-actors. Guest Handles:FB: https://www.facebook.com/schmuckordie/Insta: https://www.instagram.com/cocktailschmuck/ People Who Poo Podcast:FB: https://…
 
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