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Best Womens Issues podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Womens Issues podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Each week, political commentator and comedy writer Erin Ryan is joined by a bicoastal squad of funny, opinionated women to talk through everything from reproductive rights to romcoms. They break down the political news of the week, plus the topics, trends, and cultural stories that affect women’s lives. New episodes drop every Thursday.
 
Imagine if you could overhear intimate, unfiltered conversations between the world’s most influential women? In season one of Dare I Say, the first podcast from HarpersBAZAAR.com, host Olivia Wilde allows us to do just that. The actress and activist takes us inside the sometimes heated, sometimes vulnerable, and always animated discussions that happen when two women—those unafraid to challenge the status quo—sit down to tackle the most pressing issues we’re facing today.
 
Wellness Lately is a no BS conversation about wellness, for women who want to stop dieting, beating themselves up, and feeling like crap. Tune in to harness the power of mindset, self-care and lifestyle to build your confidence, and have more fun in life. You'll learn about intuitive eating, health at every size, personal development, spirituality, entrepreneurship, career and much more. Each episode features an interview with women doing awesome things in the wellness and personal growth sp ...
 
Women face gender discrimination throughout our careers. It doesn't have to derail our ambitions — but how do we prepare to deal with it? There's no workplace orientation session about narrowing the wage gap, standing up to interrupting male colleagues, or taking on many other issues we encounter at work. So HBR editors Amy Bernstein and Amy Gallo are untangling some of the knottiest problems. They interview experts on gender, tell stories about their own experiences, and give lots of practi ...
 
A Daily Signal podcast that challenges the left's narrative that all women must be liberal, pink-hat wearing, Planned Parenthood supporters. Hosted by Kelsey Bolar, Lauren Evans, and Virginia Allen. Problematic Women celebrates and empowers right-minded women through thoughtful, long-form interviews and sharp-witted commentary on issues from pop culture to politics.
 
In a world of women who aren't afraid to "go there" on tough issues, the LadyBrains Podcast stands out as a tight group of friends who navigate difficult topics—but not in a traditional way. The ladies are Lyndsey Fifield, Bethany Mandel, Emily Zanotti, Mary Katharine Ham, Kelly Maher, and Elisha Krauss.
 
Intelligence Squared is the world’s leading forum for debate and intelligent discussion. Live and online we take you to the heart of the issues that matter, in the company of some of the world’s sharpest minds and most exciting orators. Join the debate at www.intelligencesquared.com and download our weekly podcasts every Tuesday and Friday.
 
The Black Girl Podcast is a new audio series created by Scottie Beam (@scottiebeam on twitter/IG), Gia Peppers (@giapeppers), Sapphira (@sapphiraem), Bex (@BexxFrancois), and Alysha P (@AlyshaP819/@AlyshaP). After the five media phenoms met and became friends at hip hop's most iconic station, Hot 97, they decided to make their hilarious conversations about life issues, sisterhood, pop culture, love, growth, and the pursuit of their dreams to the public. Listen every week as their differing o ...
 
Will Ferrell reprises his role as Ron Burgundy in his brand new Ron Burgundy Podcast! Each episode has a different theme in which Ron engages in conversation with another notable person on the topic at hand. In true Ron Burgundy fashion, these conversations have a tendency to go off the rails, and we find out things about people we never knew we wanted to know. In season 2, Ron considers a run for President, continues to perform music, and blacks out at work. In Season 1, Ron addressed impor ...
 
Eliza Harvey is an Australian journalist who moved to Indonesia from Australia in 2015. Each week she phones her Mum -- ABC broadcaster Geraldine Doogue -- back home in Sydney. Both women are news junkies and mothers and avid Netflix fans. But Eliza is a Millennial and Geraldine's a baby boomer, which leads to a different take on life. Tune in for half an hour of laughs and conversation.
 
People are good. You might not think that if you listen to traditional news, but that's a lie. Everyday heroes and saints live among us and my goal is to introduce them to you.We are inspired by the words of Mother Teresa, "Do something beautiful for God. Do it with your life. Do it every day. Do it in your own way. But do it!” Leah Darrow, former model and contestant on America's Next Top Model, draws on her experience in the beauty industry to expose the lies we are told about our worth be ...
 
Authentic, unfiltered conversations about health, nutrition, fitness, mindset, motherhood, and body image. The show is hosted by Noelle Tarr, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Certified Personal Trainer. Expect real talk, moderately amusing banter, and empowering advice for women, from women.
 
Hungry Woman at Work is a podcast for the woman who wants to thrive at work, without losing her soul. Be inspired by the stories of women who are making an impact in their spheres of influence, be it in the boardroom, the classroom, on the field, at an NGO, or at home. And get some snippets of advice on issues facing women in the workplace, from mentorship and leadership, to being healthy at work.
 
Her Story is a series of podcast interviews with amazing, inspiring women (whom we call unsung SHEroines) around the world. We want to have honest conversations with these women about the important issues that affect them, and to learn more about how they are empowering themselves and others in their community.
 
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If India is to continue to grow its economy, it needs to involve the country’s women, according to economist and public policy analyst Devika Kher. You see, ambitious growth just isn't possible with half the population at home. In this episode, Kher breaks down the u-curve, one of the most important theories to understand the drop in women's partic…
 
When Anthony Ray Hinton was sentenced to death for a double murder, he used his time behind bars to create a book club for his fellow death row inmates. It was to get him through 28 years of solitary confinement. Now a free man after the State of Alabama dropped all charges against him, he takes listeners back to the echoing corridors of death row …
 
Here's the notes for episode #273 of Well-Fed Women. Be sure to check back every Tuesday for a new episode, and head over to Apple Podcasts or Stitcher to subscribe! To leave a review for the podcast (HORRAY!), go to: https://coconutsandkettlebells.com/review In this episode, Noelle and Stefani discuss how exercise impacts hormones and acne, protei…
 
There is no better time than a lockdown to learn how to cook delicious, healthy meals at home. Whether you’re brand new to the kitchen or a seasons expert, this episode with Maria Marlowe will answer many questions about cooking for health that you have. About Maria Marlowe Maria is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach who currently lives in Dubai…
 
In most workplaces, menopause is a taboo topic. Every woman’s transition is different, but it’s a shared experience worth talking about. But how do you tell your boss that your mood swings and brain fog are related to perimenopause? What do you say to colleagues when you break into a sweat—or tears—during a meeting? These and other menopause sympto…
 
It's that thing that goes in your vagina to do your pap smear, check for infections, put in your IUD, monitor bleeding, and everything else in gynecology: your friend, the speculum! Cold, metal (sometimes plastic), rachety, pinchy... you know the drill. In this episode Executive Producer, Beth Bonilla, talks to Fahti Khosrowshahi, CEO and Founder o…
 
When schools were closed owing to the coronavirus outbreak, the English teacher Petria May did the most natural thing she could think of: she assigned her tenth-grade class to read Albert Camus’s novel “The Plague,” which describes a quarantine during an outbreak of disease. Plus, a short story by Peter Cameron. In “Memorial Day,” a teen-age boy is…
 
It's two years since 64.66 per cent of us voted to Repeal the 8th Amendment. Roisin Ingle reads her column looking back on that important day. Also on this episode, we hear from the author of a brilliant debut novel Exciting Times. Naoise Dolan spoke about her writing life and launching a book in Lockdown. And finally, Geraldine Quigley is a writer…
 
Restrictions are easing but we still can’t relax. The Covid virus has taken its toll on mental health and the future is uncertain. So public health messages need to walk the line between calming our fears while being honest about the risks. This conversation looks at how best to reduce fear and anxiety. And if a Covid vaccine is developed quickly h…
 
In 2018, Jocelyn Benson was elected as Secretary of State in Michigan. It was part of an historic sweep, where women were also elected to the Governorship and to the Attorney General’s office. Then the coronavirus hit, and Donald Trump went on the warpath, personally attacking Governor Whitmer as she fought to get her citizens access to needed medi…
 
Dr. Jill Crista is a naturopathic doctor, best-selling author, and internationally recognized health educator on mold-related health issues. Her passion is to improve health by raising women's awareness of the hazards of exposure to toxic mold. If you're wanting to gain actionable steps to conquer hormone and health challenges related to toxic mold…
 
Bernice Lerner is an author and senior scholar at Boston University's Center for Character and Social Responsibility. Bernice joins us to introduce us to her mother, one of the main characters, subjects of her new book: All the Horrors of War--A Jewish Girl, A British Doctor, and the Liberation of Bergen-Belsen. This is a war story different than a…
 
Former Republican State Representative Jeanne Ives talks with Craig Dellimore about her bid to unseat Wheaton Congressman Sean Casten, the Democratic incumbent. She discusses Casten's record, her priorities, and what she thinks has gfone wrong with the State and Federal efforts to confront the Coronavirus pandemic.…
 
Millions of people in the UK are doing Lockdown alone, but you'd be mistaken for thinking they don't exist if you listened to the Government or the media. So, Hannah got on the phone to comedian Lou Conran to swap stories of Solo Lockdown. They chat about filling the hours, irrational and rational fears, and what this whole shebang can tell us abou…
 
Leena Vuotovesi, the leader of environmental work in Europe’s greenest town, Ii in Finland, travels to Chile and Spain to compare recycling practices. First she visits La Pintana - Chile’s unlikely climate champion: an impoverished neighbourhood plagued by crime and violence that recycles more than any other town in Chile. Leena then goes to a pris…
 
In Mumbai, Chinu has been has been providing food to the city’s migrant and daily labourers who have been unable to work since the country’s lockdown. Getting up at 4.30am each day, he has served over 415,000 hot meals so far. In Nigeria, optometry student Ismail has been sleeping in a mosque since his college closed its doors three and a half mont…
 
The story of how chef Marcus Samuelsson made Harlem his home is nothing short of remarkable. He was born in a tiny village in Ethiopia, too small to even appear on maps. Aged two, he contracted TB. His mum carried him for 75 miles to the capital for treatment. She died, but he survived and was adopted by a Swedish family who taught him a love of co…
 
Abie Roehrig, a twenty-year-old undergraduate, has put his name on a list of volunteers for a human-challenge trial to test the efficacy of a COVID-19 vaccine. A human-challenge trial for a vaccine would be nearly unprecedented: it would entail giving subjects a candidate vaccine against the virus, and then infecting them deliberately to test its e…
 
In this week's episode Robert H. Frank, author of 'Under the Influence: Putting Peer Pressure to Work' speaks to Linda Yueh about how our social environments influence our behaviour more than we think. They discuss why behaviours from smoking to cheating are largely products of social environments and how we can use this understanding to direct hum…
 
In 2016, Gretchen Carlson made headlines around the world when she was demoted and subsequently fired from Fox News after refusing sexual advances from her boss, Roger Ailes. Her story was the catalyst which prompted numerous women to come forward with similar allegations. Many of whom had been forced into secret arbitration to settle their complai…
 
As we emerge from lockdown, are we facing a pandemic of anxiety? The COVID-19 crisis has forced us into new patterns of social interaction. We've been told that the best way to protect ourselves from coronavirus is staying indoors and away from people. Journalist and author Judith Hoare argues that social distancing feeds off fear. She conducted ex…
 
Today on the Matt Walsh Show, states are beginning to re-open, but churches are still being unfairly and unconstitutionally targeted for extra restrictions. Some churches are finally stepping up to defy the restrictions. What took so long? Also Five Headlines including CNN continuing to beclown itself. And in our Daily Cancellation, we will cancel …
 
A lot of us are struggling these days--unable to plan the future, feeling helpless to help everyone who is suffering... how can we find peace in these times? Emily Zanotti and Bethany Mandel are serving up some great guidance and much-needed advice. Sponsored by Ritual Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/…
 
States across America are weighing the decision of whether or not to reopen their economies. Some--such as Georgia and Florida--have few restrictions in place now and have allowed businesses to reopen, while others--among them Connecticut and Michigan--continue to limit economic activity. Jessica Anderson, the executive director of Heritage Action …
 
People crossing the Central Mediterranean in rubber boats are always putting their lives in danger. Now a bleak situation is made worse by Covid 19 as ports in Malta and Italy are closed to migrants and coastguards are reluctant to mount rescue operations. Over the Easter weekend several boats set out from the Libyan coast. Some made it to Sicily t…
 
Are we losing our ability to write well and is it because we don’t follow the rules? Professor Steven Pinker says loosen up, rules are made to be broken. But he takes aim at writing which confuses rather than informs . Why is it so difficult to read the writing of lawyers, academics and bureaucrats? The techniques of classic style are a good start …
 
This week Erin Ryan and Alyssa Mastromonaco talk to former Congresswoman Katie Hill to do a postmortem on a lost congressional seat, and how to get it back. Then, Erin and Alyssa take in the shocking Jane Roe death-bed confession news. And Kiran Deol stops by to talk about planning for the future and why the uncertainty might take a bigger toll on …
 
Jane Casey is one of the most successful crime writers of recent times, blazing a trail in a genre that has been dominated recently by Irish women such as Liz Nugent and Tana French. Originally from Ireland she is based in London and married to a criminal barrister, which comes in handy for gruesome plotlines. Her latest novel starring her kickass …
 
In this episode, Kendall and rachel talk about: Whether Kendall is either hot or a mess or both How hard it is to set expectations...for anything Working on developing new patterns because it's not going to go "back to normal" anytime soon Coping with the death of a parent, most likely of the coronavirus The unreality of the danger unless it has to…
 
Today on the Matt Walsh Show, pro-abortion activists are gloating because of a documentary that allegedly shows a prominent pro-life activist “confessing” on her deathbed that she was paid to pretend to be pro-life. We’ll take a look at this story. Also Five Headlines including Planned Parenthood apparently stealing stimulus money that was supposed…
 
On this episode, Carly and Jade talk with KJ Dell’Antonia, author of “How To Be A Happier Parent,” about exactly what it takes to be “happier” now. Is it ok to not answer an email from a friend for weeks? We’ll get the answer. Plus, what are your Memorial Day plans? Follow KJ on Instagram: @KJDA Follow Jade on Instagram: @JadeLizRoper Follow Carly …
 
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