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Best Tom Weber podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Tom Weber podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The one and only official Bachelor Nation podcast is here! Co-hosts Rachel Lindsay and Becca Kufrin are no strangers to risking it all for love and showing their dating lives on national television. They’ve seen both sides at Bachelor Mansion, from handing out roses to receiving them. Now, Rachel and Becca are sharing their stories and experiences on the official Bachelor Nation podcast. “Bachelor Happy Hour” takes you behind the scenes with all things Bachelor Nation-related. Rachel and Bec ...
 
Join hosts Scott Shafer and Marisa Lagos as they unpack the week in politics with a California perspective. Featuring interviews with reporters and other insiders involved in the craft of politics—including elected officials, candidates, pollsters, campaign managers, fundraisers, and other political players—Political Breakdown pulls back the curtain to offer an insider’s glimpse at how politics works today.
 
Imagine how you could improve user adoption for your business Find out how by listening to this brief, direct, and simple audio interview series (http://useradoptionpodcast.com) Subscribe to this weekly podcast series today. For a preview to the whole series and transcripts of all interviews, visit http://useradoptionpodcast.com What is User Adoption? User Adoption is the process where a person accepts and continues to use a product or service that solves the user's challenge more easily, mo ...
 
"Things Not Seen" talks with people of faith who are working to make sense of why we are here and how we can all live together despite our deep differences in belief. The show is hosted by Dr. David Dault, and features guests from a broad spectrum of public life, with in-depth conversations about real struggles at the intersection of faith and culture.
 
Is it best that our food is Local and Organic or Big and Conventional? Our view is “Both, and..” We don’t come to the table with a bias, except that good farming like good food comes in all shapes and sizes. Farm to Table Talk explores issues and the growing interest in the story of how and where the food on our tables is produced, processed and marketed. The host, Rodger Wasson is a food and agriculture veteran. Although he was the first of his family to leave the grain and livestock farm a ...
 
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Becky Weber is an artist here in Madison, WI who makes things from Mannequins and also makes horror and music-themed clothing. We sit down at a local coffee shop to talk and I find out that her other obsession is horror based cosplay.Learn more about Becky Weber on Instagram @artsybekkaMusic for the podcast "Just in case" by Lorenzo's Music - https…
 
The Minneapolis police officer seen in a video kneeling on George Floyd’s neck for more than eight minutes has been charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter. The other three officers who responded also could face charges. But those fighting for justice for Floyd say it’s not enough. MPR News host Kerri Miller talked with two former prosecu…
 
The global pandemic crisis is an important reminder of just how essential are the farmers and workers at every stage, all the way from Farm to Table. Fortunately these “essential” members of the food system are also resilient, able to adjust quickly to difficult conditions. Their stories and examples of the food system’s resilience are being shared…
 
Tom Steyer, chair of Governor Gavin Newsom’s Task Force on Business and Jobs Recovery, talks with Scott and Marisa about the work ahead to rebuild California’s economy. He also discusses what he learned on the presidential campaign trail, and shares the story behind his bulk purchase of tartan ties.By KQED
 
As protests continue in the Twin Cities over the death of George Floyd, city officials are calling for an end to violence. Floyd died Monday; his final moments were seen in a video that showed a white Minneapolis police officer with his knee on Floyd’s neck. In the video, Floyd told the officer he couldn’t breathe. His death is the latest event in …
 
Demonstrations over the death of George Floyd turned destructive Wednesday night, with fires, looting and a shooting death that is under investigation. Floyd, a black man, told officers he couldn’t breathe as a white Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck Monday night. He later died and four officers have been fired. MPR News host Kerri Mille…
 
Today's show features:Louie Gohmert, U.S. Representative for the 1st district of Texas, on a new executive order by President Trump taking aim at social media liability protections.Gordon Chang, author of "The Coming Collapse of China," on recent unrest in Hong Kong leading to wider police crackdown.Dr. Mark Harris, FRC's National Community Impact …
 
Today’s show features:Mike Johnson, U.S. Representative for the 4th district of Louisiana and Chairman of the Republican Study Committee, on the Democrats’ outrageous defense of Planned Parenthood’s illegal Paycheck Protection Program loan grab.John Barsa, Acting USAID Administrator, on USAID’s pushback against the U.N. agenda for global abortion, …
 
For the 53rd episode of Spec Script we read an episode of THE NEWSROOM written by SHANE HOSEA someone who has never seen the show.CASTWILL - Heidi Hunter McKENZIE - Deira BowieDON - Jamie CarboneMAGGIE - Emma JonasLEONA - Emilie LandmannNEAL - Lydia ManningREESE - Lydia ManningSLOAN - Jaren GeorgeJIM - Alexandra JadeCHARLIE - Chris KhatamiIRANIAN A…
 
Four Minneapolis police officers were fired on Tuesday after a black man died in their custody. Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey tweeted about the firings: “This is the right call.” The FBI and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension are investigating the case. An attorney for the family identified the victim as George Floyd. Bystander video from…
 
The chair of the Federal Reserve said the U.S. economy is in a “downturn without modern precedent.” The unemployment rate in May could be north of 20 percent, according to a senior economic adviser to President Trump. Businesses — especially small businesses — are foundering. Initially, the federal government came out swinging. It threw $3 trillion…
 
As much of the country continues to reopen in some form, COVID-19 deaths and infections continue to rise. Meanwhile, medical professionals and scientists grind on in their efforts to provide care, find the best treatment, and deal with the need for testing, contact tracing and the search for a vaccine. MPR News host Kerri Miller continued her weekl…
 
In their first-ever podcast, “Bachelor” stylist Cary Fetman and “Bachelor” makeup artist Gina Modica open up about their decades-long careers with the “Bachelor” franchise. From their favorite looks over the years to the biggest fails, Cary and Gina offer up an inside look at how things really go down behind the scenes. Plus, Rachel and Becca discu…
 
Today’s show features:Ted Yoho, Representative for the 3rd district of Florida, on China sending two new aircraft carriers near the Pratas Islands, stoking fear that a Taiwan invasion could be next.Martin Makary, Professor of Health Policy at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, on reopening America safely and the possibility of a second wave of …
 
From 2010 - 2018 I used to do a show about creative commons and free culture music with a guy named Doug Whitfield called Music Manumit. Years ago we were interviewed on the WFMU podcast Radio Free Culture with Cheyenne Hohman. I found this episode the other day and thought it would be interesting because I talk about my support of creative commons…
 
Farmers want to do the best they can. That can mean much more than just better yields and better prices for their commodity to include social and environmental impacts. It’s not just altruistic to do the right things for the land, farm workers and the environment, since food manufacturers and retailers want to source from farms they can highlight t…
 
It’s a challenging time for nursing homes as staff try to keep themselves and patients safe during the pandemic. But the pandemic is doing something else — it’s also revealing the challenges these care facilities faced before, such as low staffing and not enough money. Do you work in a nursing home or long-term care facility? Are you or a loved one…
 
The Legislature delves into Gov. Gavin Newsom’s budget proposal, and Marisa and Scott talk with KQED’s Katie Orr about how lawmakers are pushing to reassert themselves in spending negotiations. Then, Carmela Coyle, president and CEO of the California Hospital Association, joins to discuss the financial hit hospitals are taking during the coronaviru…
 
Hillary Clinton’s life has included time spent as a presidential candidate, secretary of state, U.S. senator and mother, and as first lady of the United States. But what if she hadn’t married President Bill Clinton? What might her life and professional career have looked like? That’s the question author Curtis Sittenfeld asks in her newest novel, “…
 
It’s a rough time for colleges — especially traditional liberal arts institutions. Enrollment was declining even before the pandemic. This spring, most colleges sent students home for weeks of digital education. Some — like California State University, the nation’s largest public university system — have already announced an online-only fall semest…
 
One in two Americans reported having someone in their household either lose their job or have their hours cut during the pandemic, according to a recent poll from NPR, PBS Newshour and Marist. Many millennials, who are now between the ages of 24 and 39, had the misfortune of entering the job market in a recovering economy – where competition was ti…
 
The winners from last night’s “The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart,” Bri and Chris, are here talking to Rachel and Becca about their journey on the show. The pair reveals what it has been like recording their first album together and how they continue to stay close even while quarantining separately. Plus, fan favorite Rudi from “Listen to …
 
Today’s show features:Marsha Blackburn, U.S. Senator for Tennessee, on President Trump threatening to keep the WHO funding freeze in place after the White House investigation confirmed the health body’s multiple failures in the early stages of the coronavirus outbreak.Brad Dacus, President of the Pacific Justice Institute, on the Oregon Supreme Cou…
 
Most of Minnesota’s stay-at-home order expires on Monday – even as COVID-19 cases and deaths continue to mount. Gov. Tim Walz says models produced by the University of Minnesota showed only small benefits to extending the stay-at-home directive into early June. But many public health leaders – including Dr. Anthony Fauci – warn that opening too fas…
 
ReVINYLized is an account I've been following on Instagram that makes things out of old records and pop-culture items. I got together with Betty who makes all of these items herself and we talk about what she does and how this all got started. Learn more about ReVINYLized on Instagram @revinylizedmadtown Music for the podcast "Just in case" by Lore…
 
Our guests Ann Duncan and Jacob Goodson are co-editors of the recent anthology, The Universe is Indifferent: Theology, Philosophy, and Mad Men. The book explores issues raised by the popular AMC television show, and its central character, Don Draper.t Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Can organic farming be a solution to our toughest challenges? The California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF) contend that it is and they have research from over 300 scientific studies to back up that claim, in a “Roadmap to an Organic California”. Rebekah Weber, Policy Director of CCOF says Organic systems sequester carbon, stimulate local economi…
 
Gov. Gavin Newsom plans massive cuts to California’s budget unless Congress approves more aid. KQED’s Scott Shafer and Marisa Lagos discuss the governor’s May Revise and the budget process ahead with KQED’s Katie Orr. Then, Assemblyman Kevin Kiley, R-Rocklin, joins to share his thoughts on the governor’s proposal, Assembly Bill 5, how to manage cut…
 
Roughly 20 million Americans are still waiting for the stimulus check from the CARES Act to hit their wallets. The money was targeted at individuals who made less than $75,000 or couples making less than $150,000 on their 2019 tax filings. Since that bill passed in late March, the unemployment rate has climbed to 14.7 percent. Half of respondents i…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t just testing our medicine. It’s testing our morals. In March, public health leaders predicted doctors could be put into the nightmarish situation of determining who got a ventilator, if communities failed to practice social distancing. Now that hospitals have had time to stockpile equipment, medical staff no longer face …
 
Today’s show features: Jim Banks, U.S. Representative for the 3rd district of Indiana, on the Republican Study Committee opposing a federal bailout of mismanaged state and local governments under the guise of COVID-19 relief.Andy McCarthy, Senior Fellow at National Review Institute and a National Review contributing editor, on Judge Emmet Sullivan …
 
Actress, singer, and songwriter Rita Wilson chats with Becca and Rachel about her time as a judge on “The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart.” Rita joins the show next week to help choose the winning couple, and she reveals what the selection process was like. Plus, Rita discusses how she began writing country music and shares the inspiration …
 
When universities are set to resume in the fall of 2020, the pandemic will still be in full swing. Most college leaders are already playing out different scenarios. Could students continue online learning? Should dorms reopen? Is it better to delay the start of the school year? Perhaps most importantly: If the college experience is really all about…
 
The number of identified COVID-19 cases is increasing in Minnesota, especially as the number of completed tests increases. Meanwhile, officials are deciding how quickly to reopen the state. Gov. Tim Walz recently lifted some restrictions on certain businesses and allowed elective surgeries and dental procedures to proceed. On Wednesday, host Kerri …
 
Today’s show features: Tom Cotton, U.S. Senator for Arkansas and Member of the Senate Intelligence Committee and Armed Services Committee, on China attempting to hack and steal American coronavirus vaccine and treatment research.George Barna, Director of Research at Arizona Christian University’s Cultural Research Center, on his new survey revealin…
 
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