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Best Rob Snow podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Rob Snow podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Garden City Church is a faith based gathering of people, from all across the Greater Milwaukee area, who are committed to learning and walking in the Jesus way. We believe that the beautiful truth of Jesus’ love can transform every aspect of life for everyone in our city. We trust you will find, within our community, a place to belong and a place to grow in relationship with Jesus and with others.
 
Kardashian’s Anonymous is the only 12 step program that’s famous for being famous….. and we’re also a podcast. A really good podcast about the Kardashians. We’ll recap the latest episodes and fill you in on all the latest Kardashian news because WHERE ELSE WOULD YOU HEAR IT FROM? IT’S REALLY HARD TO FIND NEWS ABOUT THE KARDASHIANS ONLINE. Hosted by Olivia Snow Norman and Cait Raft and a bunch of great guests every week.
 
In conversation with a cross section of music business professionals for those who want to start their journey through any part of the Music Industry. The Behind the (Music) Business Podcast looks at the music industry and talks to those who work in it about their roles, interests and motivtions in order to find out more about the people 'behind the business'. Get in touch with the show via behindthebusinesspod@gmail.com
 
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Schitt's Creek creator and star Dan Levy talks about the show’s series finale, its impact, and the importance of making art based in kindness and respect. Rhiannon Giddens discusses her joint initiative with musician Amanda Palmer and author Neil Gaiman: a website that connects artists with resources and donors, called Art Is Alive. Singer-songwrit…
 
Canadian musician Martha Wainwright talks about her collaboration with the festival POP Montreal to launch a series of balcony singalongs. Canadian comedy couple Matt O’Brien and Julia Hladkowicz fill us in on their wild journey, road tripping from Los Angeles to their home in rural Quebec where they’re currently in self-quarantine. Industrial desi…
 
Coronavirus has NYC on lockdown. We sat down with NYC Parks Department Commissioner Mitchell Silver to discuss the ways in which residents can and cannot use the parks. We also discuss Mr. Silver’s love of running and the ways in which the pandemic could affect the NYC Marathon later this year. Special Thanks to Allison Goldstein.…
 
Canadian singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright talks about his new pop album, Unfollow The Rules, and explains how he's been able to translate the electricity of his live shows for a digital audience during the pandemic. Visual artist Liza Lou fills us in on her new community art project, which encourages people to join her in weaving quilts out of ho…
 
Emmy Award-winning actor Ty Burrell opens up about the season finale of Modern Family and how it feels saying goodbye to his character, the endearingly clueless Phil Dunphy. Our q screen columnist Kathleen Newman-Bremang gives us some must-watch additions to the biggest shows available on streaming right now. Toronto singer-songwriter Allan Rayman …
 
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 …
 
CBC Arts host Sean O'Neill breaks down how Canadian artists and arts institutions will be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as what you can do to immerse yourself in art and help support the arts from your home. Canadian actress Ellen Page talks about her latest project There’s Something in the Water, a searing documentary about environmen…
 
Dr. Sean Smith is a Professor of Special Education at the University of Kansas and is a nationally recognized expert in special education, particularly in the use of technology in educational programming. Given the coronavirus pandemic, many children with Ds are now needing to use online tools that may not be ideal for their learning on their own. …
 
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…
 
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…
 
On this week's q This music panel, journalists A. Harmony and Stuart Berman discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the music industry and how we can support artists. Canadian musician Joel Plaskett opens up about how he's coping with the creative, emotional and financial uncertainty of COVID-19. Come from Away playwrights David Hein and Irene Sankoff ta…
 
David Hein and Irene Sankoff are the creators of the award-winning musical Come from Away, which has recently had both its Broadway and Toronto productions interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. They joined Tom Power on the phone from New York to talk about the impact on their cast and on theatre in general.…
 
Singer-songwriter Jann Arden reflects on her lifelong attraction to music ahead of her induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. Ewan Currie and Ryan Gullen of The Sheepdogs discuss the cancellation of the 2020 Juno Awards due to concerns surrounding COVID-19. Filmmaker and playwright Marie Clements talks about her new film, Red Snow, which f…
 
Canadian filmmaker and playwright Marie Clements has been telling Indigenous stories on the screen and stage since the ‘90s. She joined guest host Talia Schlanger to discuss her new film, Red Snow, which follows a Gwich'in soldier from the Canadian Arctic who is caught in an ambush in Afghanistan.
 
Mae Martin is not your average comedian. Growing up in Toronto, Martin got hooked on stand-up at 11, was nominated for her first Canadian Comedy Award at 15, then after some career highs and personal lows, she relocated to the U.K. at 24 to try out the comedy scene there. Cut to 2020 and she’s now starring in her own semi-autobiographical Netflix s…
 
Novelist Kiley Reid talks about her debut best-seller, Such a Fun Age, about a black babysitter, her white employer, and what happens when their lives become intertwined. YouTuber Alayna Fender explains why she's defending Small Game Hunting at the Local Coward Gun Club by Megan Gail Coles for this year's Canada Reads competition. Toronto R&B singe…
 
Actor Josh Radnor talks about his role in the controversial new show Hunters, his star turn as Ted Mosby in How I Met Your Mother, and how his Jewish faith and career are intertwined. Our books columnist Jael Richardson fills us in on a new book to check out: Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano. Singer-songwriter Dallas Green, a.k.a. City and Colour, ope…
 
Canadian icon Margaret Trudeau shares her story with mental illness like never before in her one-woman comedy show, Certain Woman of an Age. Professor of African American history Gary Holcomb talks about how he discovered and co-edited Claude McKay's queer novel about black international politics. Singer-songwriter Alessia Cara discusses music, sel…
 
Claude McKay was a seminal figure of the Harlem Renaissance. The Jamaican-born writer is remembered, in part, as the first black bestselling author in American history. Last month, McKay's novel Romance in Marseille was published 87 years after it was originally written. Gary Holcomb, an author and professor who discovered and co-edited the novel, …
 
The Boomtown Rats’ Bob Geldof talks candidly about music, fame, his memories of Live Aid, and his concerns about the world today. Juno-nominated pop sensation Lennon Stella discusses the challenges she's faced over the past year and the career milestones that await her in 2020. On this week’s q screen panel, Refinery29's Kathleen Newman-Bremang and…
 
The new HBO mini-series The Plot Against America is an adaptation of Phillip Roth's novel of the same name, which imagines what would have happened if Franklin D. Roosevelt lost the 1940 U.S. presidential election to aviation icon and Nazi sympathizer, Charles Lindbergh. Showrunner David Simon joined Laurie Brown to talk about the series, why telli…
 
Television writer and producer David Simon talks about his latest HBO series The Plot Against America, which presents alternate history of the U.S. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen discuss the high-profile returns of both the Dixie Chicks and Mandy Moore. Emma director Autumn de Wilde shares why she wanted to dive…
 
Autumn de Wilde is a photographer and music video director who's spent years on the road with artists like the White Stripes and Jenny Lewis. That's why her first film, Emma, may come as a bit of a surprise. She joined guest host Laurie Brown to talk about why she wanted to dive into the uptight world of a Jane Austen novel.…
 
Lauv discusses how he transitioned from being a songwriter to the stars to a full-fledged pop sensation in his own right. Jurassic Park host Akil Augustine explains why he's defending Radicalized by Cory Doctorow for this year's Canada Reads competition. Singer-songwriter J.S. Ondara talks about his debut album, Tales of America, in which he reflec…
 
Just a few years ago, J.S. Ondara emigrated to the U.S. from Nairobi, Kenya. Inspired by Nirvana, Bob Dylan and Neil Young, Ondara taught himself to play guitar, snagged a major label record deal, and ended up being nominated for a Grammy for best Americana album of the year. He joined Tom Power to reflect on his experiences in his adopted home, wh…
 
Pop icon Harry Styles explains why he decided to come back on his own terms, stop playing it safe and make the album he wanted. Our online columnist Alyssa Bereznak discusses Byte, a brand new app that rewards creators by paying them to create six-second looping videos. Playwright Juliet Gilkes Romero tells us how her latest work, The Whip, present…
 
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