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Best Alex Wise podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Alex Wise podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Australian folk music troubadours, Tuck Shop Ladies get down to the nitty gritty with some of their favourite musicians, comedians and all round good humans. There are deeply exposing games, light refreshments, and the odd appearance from Ruby the dog. They even squeeze in a good ol' sing-a-long before they leave the tuck shop.
 
Packed with trivia, comedy and celebrity guests, Ask Me Another is like an amusement park for your brain. Host Ophira Eisenberg and musician Jonathan Coulton take brilliant contestants on a roller coaster that'll make you laugh and scream (out the answers)—and barely anyone throws up in a trash can.
 
“Nothing better than diving into the greatest unknown!” Your meditative self. “The only difference between a monkey and me is meditation” The meditative zoologist in You. “There’s more of nothing than there is something so dont make a big deal of anything!” The guru in you. “Everyone knows what to do and how to be once they are in peace within themselves” The mother in you. Instagram @vitalymeditation Twitter @vimeditation LinkedIn Facebook YouTube TikTok
 
Creators in Saigon is a show based in the rapidly modernizing city of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam. The show is co-hosted by Dana Drahos, an American expat who doesn't yet know who she is and is lost in life, and her Vietnamese local bestie Lam Tue, the wise one who calls Dana out on her shit and points out the life lessons. Together, they have weekly intimate conversations with creative entrepreneurs on all topics of the human experience, such as fear, creativity, sexuality, relations ...
 
The S’more Outdoor Podcast is based on the premise that spending more time outdoors is beneficial for our emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual well being, that everyone needs to incorporate the outdoors into their life and experience the Nature Effect. Join host and Certified Enthusiast of the Outdoors, Brett Traudt as he dives into the challenges we all face living in an online world and how we have become trapped in our own electrical paradise. Brett interviews Authors, Entrepre ...
 
On every episode of Beer with Nat, I share a beer and a chat with people who do what they love for a living... they work in the beer industry. As we’ve all ended up in this industry by pursuing a passion or chasing a dream, you can bet each guest has some pretty incredible stories to tell.
 
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Many of us are spending a whole lot more time at home these days, and are consequently knee-deep in a bunch of home improvement projects. A great area for home improvement that may not be on your mind in July, but will surely be a pressing concern in a few months when those utility bills begin to rise, is heating. This week on Sea Change Radio, the…
 
My guests today are the hosts of a mental health podcast about social anxiety. Something both have struggled with and overcame. Their goal is to show people that they are not alone in their mental health. They’re all about the power of vulnerability to facilitate more self-love and strengthen human connection, please welcome, Kyle Mitchell and Jere…
 
Marriage is hard. Ministry is hard. Put the two together and things can get really tricky! But we all know that if we don’t have healthy marriages, our ministries will be negatively impacted. In fact, many worship leaders have forfeited their ministries because their marriages have failed. How can we balance serving the needs of our church AND the …
 
Winning in F1 is incredibly hard - giving up a certain victory is even harder. Many people will remember Mika Salo from his time as a super sub for Ferrari, when Michael Schumacher broke his leg in 1999. Racing alongside title contender Eddie Irvine, Salo starred, most memorably in Germany where he was faster than his team mate, but asked to move o…
 
As most of us have been hunkering down over the last few months, we’ve been shopping for more of our own food and eating out less. As you’ve perused the seafood section of the grocery store, you may have wondered to yourself what type of fish is OK to buy. This week on Sea Change Radio, we look at seafood supply chains with Espen Braathe who heads …
 
The final fundraiser episode is here! Owen Dennis, creator of Cartoon Network and HBOMax's Infinity Train, digs into the PG-13 cut of Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker. We do a deep dive into what we love about the film, and Owen talks about why he likes Batman Beyond and how shows like this influenced him in the creation of his own show, and the …
 
Betsy and Mano (We Love Trash) pop on by to talk about the very spooky and great Poison Ivy Episode HOUSE AND GARDEN. We talk about hunky plant clones, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, and deconstruct how Ivy upends societal expectations of femininity and wields them a weapon. Oh, and Sonic the Hedgehog. LINKS Click here to donate to the fundraiser …
 
Jon Gabrus (High & Mighty, Action Boys) joins the pod to get introduced to one of my personal favorite Batman: The Animated Series episodes, THE LAUGHING FISH! We talk Joker schemes, getting into cartoons later in life, and the state of superhero movies at the moment. Sponsored by Joker Fish! LINKS Click here to donate to the fundraiser between 6/2…
 
Actor and comedian Baron Vaughn, of Grace and Frankie, talks about his new SyFy Wire series The Great Debate and plays a game about Black playwrights. Plus, Jane Levy and Alex Newell (Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist) meditate on coping mechanisms, and couple-testants Catherine Reitman and Philip Sternberg (Workin' Moms) break out the hot dish for a M…
 
Hector Navarro (DC Daily, The 500 Greatest Films podcast) returns to talk about our very first Superman: The Animated Series episode - a Batman crossover called KNIGHT TIME! We talk about our love of STAS and Brainiac, crossovers, villain team-ups, and compare the symbolic importance of Supes vs. Bats. Plus, we talk Superman Smashes the Klan, one o…
 
My guests today are an energetic and inspiring husband and wife team who are bringing a brand new fitness concept to Cincinnati! Much more than a workout, Shred 415 offers a family- friendly and athletic environment where people of all fitness levels can come together to reach their goals. Long before their studio doors have even opened, these two …
 
Podcast: The Ride's very own Mike Carlson and Jason Sheridan pop by to talk about the very theme park influenced Batman episode Deep Freeze! We talk about our love of Paul Dini's take on Mr. Freeze and how this episode riffs on EPCOT, play an impromptu game of "guess that BTAS action figure accessory," and of course, imagine the ideal Batman: The A…
 
VO superstar Lauren Tom pops by to talk about playing Dana on Batman Beyond, her other DC animated roles, as well as her career in comedy and drama, from Futurama and King of the Hill to Friends and The Joy Luck Club. We talk about the Dana-centric episode Rats!, what she'd like to see from a Batman Beyond reboot, and discusses her experience as a …
 
This week we welcome blonde-haired 80s Super Swede Stefan Johansson onto the show. Stefan was a 12-time podium finisher, and he would have been a race winner too were it not for team orders or Lady Luck intervening. A terrific raconteur, Stefan regales Tom with some incredible stories from his career, including fascinating insight into what made Al…
 
Human beings are nothing if not innovative. We have invented entire disciplines concerned with design, sustainability, and urban planning. Now, however, a global pandemic is forcing experts in these disciplines to rethink, adapt, and re-innovate. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to design expert and environmental journalist Lloyd Alter about…
 
Harry Chaskin (Steel Cut Oats, Netflix’s Buddy Thunderstruck, voice of Bedtime Bear on Care Bears: Unlock the Magic) returns to the podcast to talk one of the greatest two-parters in the series! We discuss how the animated series transformed Clayface from a C-list villain into an emotional A-lister, the use of horror in a show aimed at children, an…
 
Jeff Trammell (Craig of the Creek, The Owl House, Amphibia) virtually sits down to chat Batman’s first crossover with Static Shock, sing the praises of Dwayne McDuffie and his work on the DCAU, and question the number of fire trucks necessary for any Joker scheme. Sponsored by Unnecessary Fire Trucks! LINKS Click here to donate to the fundraiser be…
 
Now that most of our churches are streaming services online, it’s time for us to figure out how to make them look and sound good! In this episode, I talk with Jake Gosselin from Churchfront about how we can improve the quality of our audio and video for our church’s livestream. We will be covering the technical details, the gear you should buy, how…
 
The creators of IFC's Sherman's Showcase, Diallo Riddle and Bashir Salahuddin chat about their Black History Month Spectacular out today. Comedians Solomon Georgio (High Fidelity, Shrill writer) and Casey Ley (The Gay Power Half Hour podcast) face off in a game about drag herstory. Then songwriters for Disney's Frozen, Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Ro…
 
My guest today has the only sex therapy group practice in Cincinnati. The mission is to promote healthy sexuality and great intimate relationships. She believes you deserve to have a great sex life and relationships that fire on all cylinders. Sex plays a big part in our lives and when it isn’t going well, can have a huge effect. Please welcome, ce…
 
Alex Zanardi only raced in F1 41 times, never finishing higher than sixth. But for millions of fans around the world, he remains both a hero and an inspiration. A dazzling racer, who only really showed his true talent in IndyCars, Zanardi’s career story took an unexpected turn in 2001 when he was gravely injured in a Champ Car race and had both leg…
 
In his book Lies My Teacher Told Me, James Loewen writes that “race is the sharpest and deepest division in American life.” We recognize the peaceful protests that have emerged in the wake of the murder of George Floyd as a force for healing, and for addressing our nation’s shameful history surrounding race. Millions of Americans of all ages, races…
 
Sign Up For Mentorship Here Convince Your Pastor PDF Crisis is an incredible opportunity for change. Your people are expecting things to be different when they come back to serve. Don't be the same leader that you were before Covid. Bring a fresh vision, passion, and energy to your ministry in the Fall of 2020. Join me as I take 20 worship leaders …
 
Remember that time we were allowed to have guests on our podcast... well, this is not that time! Hitting straight at the hard stuff Sam and Rosie talk flatulence, losing shit and calling it back, try out a new segment about why they like it, and discover how famous Sam really is. The episode ends with this weeks Song Of The Week "I Go Together With…
 
Remember that time we were allowed to have guests on our podcast... well, this is not that time! Hunkered down together on Grandma's couch with Fred the cat and Ruby the dog, Sam and Rosie talk favourite 90s movies, their shared hatred of "Friyays" and bail out of a totally dodgy relationship quiz. And it's all capped off with their song of the wee…
 
Queer Eye interior design expert Bobby Berk talks about learning from failure and tailoring designs for Queer Eye heroes. Then he plays an Animal Crossing-inspired game. Podcast hosts Sydnee Washington and Marie Faustin take a quiz on tall things. Comedians Matt Rogers and Sudi Green play a game where they must sing the answers; only one of them wa…
 
My guest today is bringing celebrity trainer, Anna Kaiser’s full body dance cardio, strength and toning workout to Cincinnati! AKT is dance based cardio fitness fueled by positivity and a combination of personal training and movement-based technique. With brand pillars like badassery, rhythm, community and passion, it seems like something right up …
 
Riccardo Patrese’s career began in the era of Hunt, Lauda and Andretti and ended 256 races later in the era of Senna and Schumacher, by which time he’d become the most successful Italian racer since double world champion Alberto Ascari. On this week’s show he talks us through that incredible 17-season career – the team mates, the rivals, the cars, …
 
This has been a difficult stretch for the country with millions sick, out of work, or simply stuck at home. But the horrific murder of George Floyd shifted our collective focus to a very different sort of epidemic. Mr. Floyd joined the names of Tamir Rice, Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Philando Castile, Breonna Taylor and thousands of other African A…
 
My guest today is helping you embody self-love and live consciously, alongside the mess of being human. For roughly a decade, she has been immersed in the health, wellness, yoga, spiritual, transformation and coaching paradigm. Through exposure and education in several lineages of yoga, natural medicine and healing practices, she provides an integr…
 
This week Tom welcomes one-time Grand Prix winner Heikki Kovalainen onto the show to discuss his rollercoaster Grand Prix career, which began with Renault in 2007 and took in 111 starts, with stops at McLaren, Caterham and Lotus. The amiable Finn discusses the challenges of going up against an all-time great in Hamilton – their sporting bets and wh…
 
Some of Louisiana’s best buffers against the storms that lash its coast annually are the little spits of land in the Gulf of Mexico — they slow down hurricanes and help throttle storm surges. But as sea level rise is eroding these coastal wetlands, new land buffers are being built up through dredging, in order to protect Gulf Coast residences and h…
 
When Coronavirus hit, just about every church in the world had to jump online with their services. For many worship leaders it was brand new territory, with lots of questions: How do we do online church well? How do we foster connection with our people and keep their attention? How do we make the services meaningful, engaging and impactful? Which l…
 
My guest today is certified eating and body image coach with a mission to empower women who have struggled with eating, exercise and body image to find peace in their bodies and play big in their lives. With education ranging from the ICF Accredited Health Coach Institute to a Master of Arts from The Ohio State University, she’s helping women to br…
 
SIGN UP: www.worshipministrytraining.com/mentor Dear worship leader, your role calls you to be a team leader, a pastor, a music producer, a communicator, a theologian, an event organizer, a counselor and a secretary! But no one ever TRAINED YOU! No wonder so many worship leaders feel overwhelmed, defeated and stuck. I am launching a 10 week private…
 
When it comes to giant killing in F1, few have done it better than Racing Point in recent years – in fact in 2016 and ’17, with the smallest budget on the grid, the then Force India team outperformed many well-healed opponents to finish fourth in the constructors’ championship. One of the architects behind that success was long-running Technical Di…
 
The next time you hear the White House assert that up is down and down is up, consider what paved the way for this template of mendacity. This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with environmental attorney and author Barbara Freese about her new book, “Industrial Strength Denial.” Freese takes us on a historical tour of the havoc that big business …
 
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