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Best Radnor podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Radnor podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Let's Give A Damn aims to help you give a damn about yourself, about each other, and about others. We bring you the stories of people who saw something wrong in the world and gave a damn about it. You'll hear from damn givers like Chelsea Clinton, Rainn Wilson, Noor Tagouri, Scott Hamilton, and over a hundred others! From their experiences and wisdom, you'll learn how to give more damns than ever before. Join us!
 
Long-form organic conversations with a diverse group of guests including visionary authors, musicians, entrepreneurs, chefs, comedians, and actors with interesting perspectives, careers, and stories. Here they candidly discuss everything including productivity, creativity, self-care, wellness, sex, love, body image, and more. Sometimes things get super deep and spiritual and sometimes they are funny and light because life is both.
 
Life is a journey that’s filled with ups and downs, but it is how we respond to our failures that truly define us. Conan O’Brien was on The Howard Stern Show and said, "Thirty-five things have to go wrong for the best thing to happen in your career." "Failing Up" is the podcast that takes its listeners through the failures in our guest’s lives that “had to happen” in order for them to find true success. Hosted by long-time podcasters Guy Opochinski and comedian Eden Dranger, Failing Up attem ...
 
You can see the emerging consciousness movement everywhere: the mainstreaming of mindfulness and yoga, the popularity of all things witchy, the growing interest in whole plant botanical medicines, the respectful study of indigenous wisdom traditions, the rise of the divine feminine, and the long overdue awakening to the potential of psychedelics. Each week host Ken Jordan talks with guests who share insightful stories about their own awakening experiences, and how they bring that awareness i ...
 
From a young single woman who puts her love life in the hands of her dry cleaner, to a father who proudly teaches his children how to be cheap, to an American veteran of Afghanistan who imagines how he will one day teach his newborn son to never sign up for a meaningless war, Saved By A Story Podcast is brimming with riveting, sometimes hilarious, often moving and always inspiring ten-minute-or-less stories on a theme. The stories are all recorded live at the Saved By A Story Salon in the in ...
 
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This is the first episode introducing a new podcast series called HappyThankYouMorePlease. The title comes from Josh Radnor's 2010 film, and the series is based on the central theme of the movie: gratitude. Each guest comes with: something they're happy about, grateful for, and craving more of. It's a place to share art, quotes, places, food, and i…
 
Quebec filmmaker Sophie Deraspe talks about winning five Canadian Screen Awards, including best picture, for her film Antigone. Actress Linda Cardellini opens up about reliving personal grief for her role in the Netflix comedy Dead To Me, and shares how laughter helps us cope with loss. On today's q This music panel, freelance music journalist A. H…
 
Amy Ray and Emily Saliers of Indigo Girls talk about their latest album, Look Long, and what it's been like to find a whole new generation of fans through their weekly livestreams. CBC Arts producer Peter Knegt remembers Larry Kramer, discussing how the late playwright's non-stop activism helped change the discourse around HIV/AIDS. In her new nove…
 
Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt talks about his new YouTube Original series Create Together #WithMe, his ongoing project HitRecord, and how he's helping people stay creative during the pandemic. Jazz singer and composer Tish Oney shares her gateway to the music of Peggy Lee in celebration of the late great American singer-songwriter's centennial birthda…
 
Thundercat discusses his new album It Is What It Is, which continues his jazzy, R&B odyssey, but this time tempered with losing a close friend and collaborator in Mac Miller. Artist Jeanne Randolph tells us how she managed to photograph every single phone booth in Manitoba, from Flin Flon to Emerson. Actress Supinder Wraich talks about her new seri…
 
Actor Simu Liu talks about becoming Marvel's first Asian superhero, honouring his promise to a little boy, and how he's encouraging connection and compassion while isolating in Australia. On this week's q screen panel, soaps.com writers Richard Simms and Charlie Mason discuss whether they think daytime soap operas will survive our new reality. Acto…
 
Actor and comedian Kumail Nanjiani talks about his new action-packed rom-com The Lovebirds, which became the first Hollywood film to bypass theatres and go directly to Netflix due to the pandemic. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Amanda Parris take another look at Instagram's Verzuz music battle series, discussing where it might go…
 
Oscar-winning actor Louis Gossett Jr. discusses his new film The Cuban, in which he plays a legendary jazz musician who's suffering from dementia in a long-term care home. The Vancouver Art Gallery's head of conservation, Tara Fraser, tells us what it takes to care for more than 12,000 pieces of art on a day-to-day basis, and shares some of the uni…
 
Musician Steven Page tells us what's next after his new musical, Here's What It Takes, was postponed along with the Stratford Festival's entire 2020 season due to COVID-19. Our books columnist Jael Richardson returns with a new recommendation for us: Souvankham Thammavongsa's collection of short stories, How to Pronounce Knife. Griffin Poetry Prize…
 
Eugene is a pastor, author, and a humanitarian. He is the Founder of One Day’s Wages and the President-Elect of Bread for the World. Eugene and his family immigrated to the United States from South Korea when he was a little boy. he and his family have lived in Seattle for years but are moving to Washington, D.C. soon for his new role with BFTW. Du…
 
Multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated artist Tori Amos opens up about the political and personal events that have guided her life and music over the past four decades. Celebrity photographer George Pimentel tells us why he's turning his lens on those impacted by COVID-19, and fills us in on his upcoming project in support of the Portrait Gallery of Cana…
 
Actor and comedian Ricky Gervais talks about his hit Netflix comedy-drama After Life, the show's complex portrayal of grief, and why he tends to dive "headfirst into taboo subjects." When Margaret Atwood turned 80 last November, she celebrated it with a special extended and wide-ranging conversation with Tom Power, opening up about backwoods advent…
 
Comedy duo Thomas Middleditch and Ben Schwartz talk about the freedom and fear associated with creating their new Netflix improv series, Middleditch & Schwartz. DJ Spinna presents his essential guide to the music of Stevie Wonder. Canadian spoken word artist Charlie Petch — who recently won a lifetime achievement award from the League of Canadian P…
 
Show notes: - Christy's book - Katie's episodes on Food Psych: Orthorexia - When Healthy Eating Hurts, Relationships in Eating Disorder Recovery, The Body Positivity Journey - Live Episode, How to Share Your Anti-Diet Journey - The Interview Kit - The Breakups Kit - Journaling 101 Kit If You Liked This Episode Try Out: - Episode 59 with Christy Har…
 
Former Talking Heads singer David Byrne talks about his website "Reasons To Be Cheerful" and why he’s made it his priority to keep positivity alive, especially during the pandemic. Our fashion columnist Mosha Lundström Halbert fills us in on how the COVID-19 crisis continues to impact the fashion industry. Katie Stelmanis of Austra tells us why her…
 
Canadian-born editorial cartoonist Barry Blitt discusses his recent Pulitzer Prize win, how he uses his gentle watercolour style to produce cutting commentary, and the challenges of creating a caricature of U.S. President Donald Trump. The Hollow star Connor Parnall talks about the popularity of his character, Kai, in fan art and memes from around …
 
Mike McHargue "is a public educator trusted by millions to use empathy and deep scientific insights to help them navigate some of the most difficult parts of the human experience. He’s the host of Ask Science Mike, is the bestselling author of Finding God in the Waves, and You’re a Miracle (and a Pain in the Ass), and works as a science advisor and…
 
Actor Josh Gad explores the power of nostalgia during a pandemic with a new YouTube series called Reunited Apart, which reunites casts of classic movies like The Goonies and Back To The Future. Hollywood stuntwoman Zoë Bell talks about making her all-female Boss Bitch Fight Challenge video, which includes actresses like Scarlett Johansson, Daryl Ha…
 
Director John Waters pays tribute to the late, great rock 'n' roll legend Little Richard. The Ringer's Alyssa Bereznak discusses how teenagers are moving cancelled events like prom and graduation online. Electro-funk duo Chromeo talk about funnelling their creative energy into coronavirus-related tracks like Clorox Wipe, 6 Feet Away and Stay In Bed…
 
Show notes: - Connect with Erin on The Web | Instagram - Erin's book - Katie's book - Braiding Sweetgrass (book) - The Overstory (book) - Big Thief (music) Likes and Learns: - Tapping - Staying hydrated / metal straws in mason jars If You Liked this Episode Try Out: Episode 241 with Mama Medicine (who has a new book out!) new to *let it out* --> st…
 
We’re bringing back and oldie but a goodie! My 10th podcast conversation — 131 podcast episodes ago — was with my friend Rainn Wilson. Since we met 3 years ago, Rainn has been so kind to help me and Let’s Give A Damn out in several really key and kind ways. I love Rainn, his wife Holiday, and the many ways they give a damn. In this conversation, Ra…
 
Show notes: - Fiona Apple's new album and New Yorker profile of her - Marlee Grace Personal Practice Instagram - Little Fires Everywhere (book) - Mary Kate Teske - Connect with Sacha on The Web | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter If You Liked This Episode Try Out: - Episode 248 with Marlee Grace - Episode 251 with Lacy Phillips, with co-host Sacha Jon…
 
It’s monologue time, friends! I want to share with you this I’ve been processing and learning over the last few weeks. Give it a listen and let me know what you think! Shoot me an email with any questions or thoughts you may have: hello@letsgiveadamn.com. I’d love to hear from you! Make sure to follow us on Instagram and sign up for our email newsl…
 
Radiohead guitarist Ed O'Brien talks about creating and releasing his debut solo album, Earth. Our music columnist A. Harmony breaks down why live DJ battles between hip-hop's biggest hitmakers are drawing in hundreds of thousands of viewers on Instagram. The Band's Robbie Robertson shares what it was like to tell the legendary group's story on his…
 
Actor Jonathan Torrens talks about the resilience of Nova Scotians and how he's helping out with Friday night's virtual vigil for the victims of the mass shooting. Sesame Street puppeteer Leslie Carrara-Rudolph explains how the celebrated children's show is tackling COVID-19 with openness and honesty. Drag performer and comedian Bob the Drag Queen …
 
Artist, writer and musician Vivek Shraya returns to q to talk about her latest novel, The Subtweet, which examines internet culture and what it means to be an artist in the 21st century. Vancouver-based shoe designer John Fluevog talks about creating shoes in honour of B.C.'s provincial health officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry. Singer-songwriter Chantal Kr…
 
April 22 is Earth Day! This year marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day — a day we set aside each year to show our support for the environment, our commitment to helping our planet become cleaner and healthier, and to discuss the different ways we are doing just that. Before I introduce our guest today that was handpicked for our Earth Day episode…
 
Polaris Prize-winning rapper Haviah Mighty performs a special medley for us from her living room. Our fashion columnist Anika Kozlowski explains how garment workers around the world are being disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 crisis. Author and illustrator Helen Patuck talks about writing My Hero Is You, a new book that helps answer quest…
 
Insecure creator and star Issa Rae talks about the new season of her award-winning show and how it mirrors her own complicated friendships. Actress Olivia Munn discusses her role in Netflix’s Love Wedding Repeat, her charity work, and the power of rom-coms to provide an escape. Jann Arden surprises health-care worker Amanda Lee after the CT technol…
 
- Let it Out Kits are available! - Connect with Karolina on Spotify - Dating Without Texting is the Absolute Best by Clara Artschwager (article) - New York Times article on loneliness - Face wash Katie mentions - Chrissy Teigen on Twitter - David Harbour’s Architectural Digest apartment tour If You Liked This Episode Try Out: Episode 161 with Katy …
 
Author Saleema Nawaz talks about her new novel, Songs for the End of the World — an almost unbelievably prescient story about a global coronavirus pandemic. Toronto-born filmmaker Richard J. Lewis discusses how the existential themes of HBO’s Westworld can help us understand our current world crisis. Barenaked Ladies’ Ed Robertson talks about how t…
 
Blockbuster director Paul Feig is hosting daily black tie cocktail parties online — and everyone's invited. Meet Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, the 18-year-old Canadian star of Mindy Kaling’s new Netflix show, Never Have I Ever. Canadian chef and television personality Matty Matheson shares a few comfort food recipes you can try out while in quarantine. Ma…
 
Joel Stein — quite possibly the best person out there to defend elites — is on the podcast this week! But we don’t like elites, right? Well, don’t check out quite yet. You’re going to want to listen to this conversation. I promise. Joel Stein is was a staff writer and columnist for Time magazine for two decades. While there, he wrote twenty-two cov…
 
Singer-songwriter Norah Jones talks about embracing Instagram during the pandemic to share her performances as well as raise money for charity. Quarantined power comedy couple Eman El-Husseini and Jess Salomon discuss their decision to pack up and leave New York for a chalet in rural Quebec. Singer-songwriter Celeigh Cardinal opens up about receivi…
 
Author Margaret Atwood shares her thoughts on the current world crisis, how she’s occupying her time, and the importance of the arts right now. Filmmaker Ingrid Veninger discusses joining forces with 10 other female filmmakers from around the world for The 10x10 Project, in which they're creating an anthology of 10-minute shorts shot from isolation…
 
Show notes: - Connect with Mira on Instagram | The Web - Ashley Chubby Bunny - Mahalia - Sweetener by Ariana Grande - Breakfast at Tiffany's (movie) - Someone Great (movie) - Workin' Moms (show) - Trick Mirror (book) - Staud (clothing) - People on Instagram: @actualblackmermaid, @florencegiven, @nicolettemason, @katiejanehughes, @theslumflower If Y…
 
Earl Bridges and Craig Martin are philanthropologists, storytellers, and lifelong best friends and adventurers. During our conversation, we discuss growing up overseas, the importance of global travel, failures and successes, their podcast, and their brand new TV show, The Good Road. Click here to find out when The Good Road is playing on PBS near …
 
Show notes: - Axis Mundi on the Web | Instagram - Connect with Brooke on Instagram - Brooke's body image course - Sheryl Paul (therapist) If you Liked This Episode Try Out: - Episode 252 with Adam Strauss new to *let it out* --> start with these links katie's site: https://katiedalebout.com/ our start here guide: https://letitouttt.com/general/star…
 
Actor Patrick Stewart talks about reprising his iconic role as Jean-Luc Picard in the franchise’s latest series, Star Trek: Picard, and shares how he thinks the retired admiral would deal with our current world crisis. Tony Award-winning Broadway actor Chad Kimball opens up about testing positive for COVID-19, and tells us why he thinks the themes …
 
Katie Steller is the founder of Steller Hair, Steller Connect, Steller Kindness Project, The Red Chair Project. Yes, all of those things. Katie and I have known each other for 12 years and it was great to reconnect. In our chat, we talk about her upbringing, her faith background, how she became an entrepreneur, why she began inviting people to “com…
 
Show notes: - Connect with Jen on Instagram | The Web - Jen's book The Upside of Being Down - Attached (Book) - The 5 Love Languages - Spiraling Podcast If You Liked This Episode Try Out: - Episode 257 with Serena Wolf Likes + Learns: - Granola - Pistachios - Olipop (the strawberry vanilla is my favorite) - Walnut / Hazelnut milk new to *let it out…
 
It’s monologue time, friends! In this short episode, I share some great stories and hopeful ideas for us to chew on during this crazy time. We talk about possible effects this pandemic could have on the climate, we talk about Yashar’s fundraiser for hourly workers that have lost their jobs, we discuss the new #DamnGoodQuarantine series I’m launchin…
 
in bold company with Kristina Gonzalez Sander in bold company is a lifestyle podcast and community created to give women of color the opportunity to relate, connect and support each other as they explore their identities. The podcast dives deep into topics like wellness, entrepreneurship, self-development, family, money, and more. These are the con…
 
Arkells frontman Max Kerman talks about the band’s effort to offer free music lessons on Instagram for people in self-isolation. Entertainment reporter Teri Hart discusses the role of streaming during the COVID-19 pandemic and shares her recommendations for what to watch online. Canadian country music artist Terri Clark talks about the Grand Ole Op…
 
How can we give a damn in the midst of this Coronavirus Pandemic if we don’t know what it is, how it spreads, what we’re doing right, what we’re doing wrong, and what the future looks like? Jacob Glanville, my friend and computational immuno-engineer, joins us on the podcast to give us a one-stop-shop experience re: all things Coronavirus. Buckle u…
 
Actor Blair Underwood talks about his role alongside Octavia Spencer in the new Netflix series, Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker. Open Source Podcast's Christopher Lydon and "media hacker" Dave Winer recall the origins of podcasting. Actress Jess Salgueiro discusses her starring role in Canadian Strain, a new film that tackles t…
 
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