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What Women Binge

Podcast Heat | Cumulus Podcast Network

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What Women Binge with Melissa Joan Hart is a female-centric review show where Melissa, her friend and co-host Amanda Lee, and their special guests get to chat about any and all subjects they find #bingeworthy. Featuring casual conversations with well-known celebrities, talking about whatever they’re in to, from guilty pleasures to pet peeves. What Women Binge will cover books, charities, workouts, podcasts, food, apps, movies, television shows and more.
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W.i.t.c.h.Cast

Amanda and Christine

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The first ever podcast to bring you the magic of the popular comics and show W.i.t.c.h.! Lets bring this powerful fandom even closer as people vote in top 10 polls, have interviews, and even give some shout outs. Join us as we give you W.i.t.c.h. news and discuss the comics, show, characters and everything else about W.i.t.c.h. With soundtrack music and a great amount of fun, everyone can journey to the world of W.i.t.c.h. where magic is real!
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We Can Do Hard Things

Glennon Doyle and Audacy

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Life is freaking hard. We are all doing hard things every single day – things like loving and losing; caring for children and parents; forging and ending friendships; battling addiction, illness, and loneliness; struggling in our jobs, our marriages, and our divorces; setting boundaries; and fighting for equality, purpose, freedom, joy, and peace. On We Can Do Hard Things, Glennon Doyle, author of UNTAMED; her wife Abby Wambach; and her sister Amanda Doyle do the only thing they’ve found tha ...
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Episodes from history, viewed through great works of art. No pre-reqs required! New episodes every month. Hosted by Amanda Matta, art historian and TikTok's favorite royal commentator.
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Poet Major Jackson is your guide on the pathways to feel and understand our common journey – through poetry. In sharing poems, we take a moment to pause and acknowledge the world’s magnitude, and how poets illuminate that mystery. Join The Slowdown for a poem and a moment of reflection in one short episode, every weekday. Produced by APM Studios in partnership with The Poetry Foundation and supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. Ma ...
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Welcome to Time for Brunch, the podcast where every step is not just a stride but a journey of the mind and spirit. At the heart of our show is the transformative power of movement, in all its diverse forms, as a catalyst for personal growth and mental clarity. Time for Brunch is the place to intersect movement, mindset, and the power of community. Brunch symbolizes a time to gather with friends for soul-satisfying, hearty conversations. Our aim is to extend this table of friendship to you, ...
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The power of conversation is lost. There’s nothing better than sitting down for a natter with your mate and putting the world to rights. Well in this podcast, that’s exactly what Amanda Thebe will be doing. She really gets to know her guests, warts and all! She is a force of nature for women in midlife who want real-life honest conversations about the challenges, the thrills and the opportunities that await us in midlife and beyond. In each episode Amanda leaves no stone unturned, getting de ...
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Christine Sydelko and Chris Klemens forge through the pillars of modern day society in conjunction with past social constructs. The podcast combines ideals with beliefs and the necessity for human touch. In other words, you’re not going to want to be prepared for anything beyond having a fun conversation with Christine Sydelko and Chris Klemens. Please shower beforehand. We wanna make the podcast even better, help us learn how we can: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4 For advertising opportunities plea ...
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My Veterinary Life

American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)

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Tune in for inspiring stories from your colleagues across the profession. You’ll hear from guest veterinarians about the journeys, challenges – and often hilarious anecdotes – that got them to where they are today. Come away with a fresh look at our veterinary community and a renewed excitement to embrace your veterinary journey. Hosted by Drs. Marci Kirk and Annie Chavent.
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Pizza Pod Party

Arthur Bovino, Ooni Pizza Ovens, Alfred Schulz

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The Pizza Pod Party is your weekly celebration of the world's greatest food. Hosts Arthur Bovino and Alfred Schulz give you pizza news, a pizza topic, and chat with a very special celebrity guest. Come debate, pontificate, and laugh all about pizza! The Pizza Pod Party is presented by Ooni Pizza Ovens.
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Healing Words with Christine is your daily dose of inspiration. This show is hosted by Christine Forde and is for people who want personal development support, practical and spiritual business guidance, believe in the power of alternative healing and energy work, and who are building a healthy relationship with their mind, body and spirit.
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Women’s World Football Show is the longest-running podcast covering women’s soccer throughout the world. Discover the award-winning content that spotlights inspiring stories of the game’s leading women footballers, coaches, and influencers. Join us for exclusive interviews, bringing you closer to the game and learning more about your favorite players.
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Calm Confident and Deliriously Happy is experiential. It’s about shifting the conversation from solving problems to transcending them - together. I’m your host, Mandy, and I believe that until the pain matters, real joy is impossible. CCADH (Cicada) is an opportunity to prioritize what matters most, review and shift core problems preventing you from connecting with the ones you hold dear, and transmute fear to love.
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Each week, Television Producers Chris DeRosa and Dominick Pupa decide which of their plethora of celebrity clients needs the most help, and hold nothing back as they take turns pitching ideas of how to best fix the famous person’s crumbling public image. With a slew of hilarious guests and hotter-than-hot takes on the stories dominating the Entertainment News cycle, Chris and Dominick are here to transform the reputations of the stars that are clearly NOT just like us! Hosted on Acast. See a ...
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Encouraging women 40+ to embrace their bodies, find their strong and take up space! Thanks to diet culture, women are de-prioritising strength training for the promise of those 'long, lean muscles', which simply don't exist. Let's change the conversation and find what feels good for our bodies. Tune in each week for lots of insights to help you feel better and move better for a very long time to come.
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ASDChat4ALL

Addison School District 4

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Keeping our community and families informed with the latest news from Addison School District 4! Hosted by ASD4 Superintendent Dr. Nick Sutton and Dean Constantopoulos. Mira nuestro podcast con subtítulos en español en: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnEx7fFjfUzFRjk2T2hhXOqUjrPNfum9r
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Let's talk about Prenatal, Pregnancy and Postpartum health! This podcast is all about authentic conversations centred on Perinatal health and wellbeing; from mood and anxiety disorders, to breastfeeding challenges, to grief and loss in the Perinatal period and literally everything in between! This is the place to have real and honest conversations about these experiences so we can break down barriers to accessing treatment and crush stigma! I open these conversations up by sharing my knowled ...
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Let’s explore the world of our Dublin Makers and their projects in each episode. You can find us at dublinmaker.ie, we are also on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook (@DublinMaker). Dublin Maker is a not-for-profit collective of Makers who run annual Maker festival annually and is funded by Science Foundation Ireland.
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The Second Chapter

Slackline Productions

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A reminder that it’s never too late to start your next chapter. On The Second Chapter, serial careerist Kristin Duffy chats with women who started the second (or third... or fifth!) chapter in their careers and lives, after 35. You'll find inspiring stories, have a few laughs, and maybe even be motivated to turn the page on your own second chapter! The Second Chapter is brought to you by Slackline Productions- a company dedicated to telling the stories of women over 35 through theatre, film ...
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Welcome to She Inspires Me. Launched as a Facebook passion project back in 2017 She Inspires Me has been reborn to highlight the incredible women we all encounter in our everyday lives and how we can take inspiration from them. Thanks to our key sponsor Organise.Curate.Design., I welcome you to listen and get inspired as we showcase these incredible women.
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Sleuths Mystery Radio

Sleuths Mystery Entertainment

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Sleuths Mystery Entertainment presents original Interactive radio mystery-comedies. Listen to the show and play along at home. At Sleuths Mystery Radio you hear the show, play the game, and solve the mystery. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sleuthsmystery/support
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Today’s poem is Gacela of the Dark Death by Federico García Lorca, translated by Merryn Williams. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, Major writes… "Today’s poem has me recall a pilgrimage to the home of a cherished poet, whose mystery is the very fire that channels my faith in poetry as nothing less than pure feeling.” Celeb…
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Lacing up for a meaningful run isn't just about the physical challenge; it's a commitment to a cause that reaches the heart and soul of communities. Today's episode is a testament to that very spirit, where I recount running the Boston Marathon in honor of my mom and how it led me to advocate for many causes that are near and dear to my hear. I am …
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Today’s poem is Nameless Places by Tony Petrosky. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, Major writes… "This summer, I get to write in a castle in Italy at an artist retreat. I am hoping my assigned room is in a dungeon. Otherwise, I am afraid high ceilings will mean high windows, which will mean a room flooded with light. I wis…
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299. Parenting: How to Nurture Yourself and Others In this episode we’re going deep into parenting. Glennon, Abby, and Amanda (along with the help of Tracee Ellis Ross, Michelle Obama and Dr. Becky Kennedy) discuss the brutiful journey of parenting, reparenting ourselves, and learning how to love and be loved. Discover: -Tracee Ellis Ross rejects t…
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In this episode of the My Veterinary Life podcast, we chat with Kyle Barron, a second-year vet student at Purdue University. Kyle discusses his early interest in veterinary medicine, his educational background in anthropology and biology, and how these disciplines intersect with his veterinary pursuits. He shares insights into vet school life, his …
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Today’s poem is 00000000 by Erin Marie Lynch. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, Major writes… "Today’s poem disentangles the quest for money, transactional desire, and lyric subjectivity. Its teasing interplay of language brings into close proximity art, social class, and manners of currency.” Celebrate the power of poems w…
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298. How to Survive Your 20s, Abby On Bonus Parenting & IS Anyone TRULY Toxic? Amanda, Glennon and Abby give an update about things they’re thinking about including: Glennon’s favorite memes, Amanda’s realization about leadership in her family, and Abby’s exhaustion turned to joy. Plus, we answer questions from the Pod Squad on surviving your 20s, …
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Get ready for a nostalgic and laughter-filled ride as Melissa Joan Hart and special guest Sean Astin reunite to chat about their hit Netflix series "No Good Nick" and a whole lot more! From reminiscing about their on-screen chemistry to diving into fan-favorite roles like Rudy, Goonies, 50 First Dates, and the epic Lord of the Rings saga, this epis…
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Dom and Chris recap multiple natural disasters: the ECLITSE, the Earthquake, Don Lemon’s wedding, and JLO refiguring her This is Me…Now! Tour. Then, Christine Carmela joins to go through the filmography of Amanda Bynes and, alongside Chris, honor the brilliance of The Amanda Show. The group talks All That, The Drake Tweet Heard Round The World, and…
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Today’s poem is When Your Month is Lonely… by Christine Kwon. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, Major writes… "I read all those articles that proclaim how lonely we are becoming; I believe there’s some truth to it. Here’s my fear: all my work is making me alien to myself and others. I’m happy people are in my life. I wish n…
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Get ready for car talk, a big announcement, and our first TRIPLE FEATURE of 2024! This week, Josh Highsmith of The Judgies podcast and Hosh On YouTube channel tells us a true petty crime story from his past. But before we get to taht, we gotta have a full episode! Trevin is Finding the silver lining in missing ice cream, while Amanda's youngest chi…
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The great Cari Champion is the guest, there's pizza news, and the pizza topic is "Ranch and Pizza". Cari Champion is a former anchor on ESPN’s Sportscenter, former host of ESPN2’s First Take and co-host of Vice’s Cari & Jemele Won’t Stick to Sports. Cari currently hosts the podcast Naked, with Cari Champion, and is a CNN contributor. She is the hos…
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Today’s poem is Eid Mubarak by Fady Joudah. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, Major writes… "Today’s poem makes a profound commitment to carry the living and the dead in language forward into time, to record our presence, to meld the collectivity and richness of humanity into a singular vision that feels like love.” Celebra…
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297. REAL Self-Care: Burnout Is Not Your Fault & the Way Out with Dr. Pooja Lakshmin Psychiatrist Dr. Pooja Lakshmin shows us how to tell the difference between the Faux Self-Care we’ve been sold versus the Real Self-Care we desperately need. Discover: How to incorporate boundaries through the power of the pause and how to navigate the post-boundar…
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Today’s poem is To Find Stars in Another Language by Elizabeth Bradfield. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, Major writes… "Sometimes it is necessary to create our own stories and poems that account for our reality, for who we are, presently, in the 21st century. Our dreams and imagination serve as a bridge in expanding conc…
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Today’s poem is My Life by Water by Lorine Niedecker. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, guest host Victoria Chang writes… "I admit, I spent much of my childhood imagining my future away from Michigan. But now, I only have positive memories of my childhood landscape. The Michigan landscape is my country. We are all always li…
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Ever wonder why your running hobby, which started with just a pair of sneakers, seems to be sprinting away with your wallet? Join me, Coach Christine, and financial planner Deborah Jacobs of Money Smart for Life, as we lace up to chase down the unexpected costs that come with pounding the pavement. Together, we dissect the financial impact of every…
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In this episode of My Veterinary Life Podcast, we are chatting with Dr. Sandra Faeh, AVMA President Elect and Chief Veterinary Officer at NVA. Throughout the conversation Dr. Sandra Faeh discusses her path in veterinary medicine, her leadership roles, and her advocacy for mentorship and professional development. We explore the challenges and respon…
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Today’s poem is The Loquat Trees & The Boy Next Door by Saúl Hernández. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, guest host Victoria Chang writes… "Today’s poem reminds me of how, under every tree that bears fruit, there are secret stories of desire, of loss, and of love." Celebrate the power of poems with a gift to The Slowdown t…
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The Chevalier d'Éon (1728–1810) is known as a transgender icon, living the first half of their life as a man, and the second as a woman. Theirs is also a life that is remarkably documented in contemporary artwork. But how much can we conclusively determine about how the Chevalier viewed themselves from their portraits? Today's Image(s): Alexandre-A…
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296. Abby & Amanda’s IFS Therapy Sessions with Richard Schwartz: Why We Do What We Don’t Want to Do In Part 2 of our Internal Family Systems (IFS) discussion with IFS founder Richard C. Schwartz, we dive into how to recognize and hear from your own parts, how to know when you are being led by your parts instead of your true self, and Abby and Amand…
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Join Melissa Joan Hart and Amanda Lee on this week's episode of What Women Binge as they dive into the world of home organization with special guest Clea Shearer from The Home Edit! Get ready for a fun-filled hour of tips, tricks, and laughs as these three powerhouse women share their favorite hacks for decluttering and beautifying your space. Clea…
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Gypsy Rose Blanchard is SINGLE AND READY TO MINGLE (God Bless The USA), Britney has changed her name to Xilq (We need to reenact the prayer chain), and JLO is shooting a new “film” ON CHRIS’ BLOCK (They are inextricably linked). There is SO MUCH to cover in The Pre-Fixe that Dom and Chris are bursting at the seams!!! Then, Mary Payne Gilbert from P…
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Today’s poem is Perhaps the World Ends Here by Joy Harjo. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, guest host Victoria Chang writes… "Today’s poem is an ode to the kitchen table and all the ways that a table holds everything in our lives — all the pain of the world, its history, and all the beauty at once." Celebrate the power of …
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It's time to get big, TEXAS BIG. This week, Trevin has a scary pet dilemma while Amanda is realizing how perverted the '90s were. Would You Rather challenges the crew to questions about Turtle Tombs, sleep and body issues. Then, we all show our pride for the lonestar state with two stories connected by Texas. Today's Stories: The Challenges of Bein…
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It's the Pizza Pod Party pizza and drinks special with three notable drink experts. John Holl, Noah Rothbaum, and David Wondrich! John Holl is the editor of All About Beer, he hosts the Drink Beer, Think Beer podcast, and co-hosts Steal This Beer podcast. He is the author of numerous books including “Drink Beer, Think Beer” and “The Craft Brewery C…
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Today’s poem is After She Died by Mary Szybist. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, guest host Victoria Chang writes… "As the years have gone by since my mother’s passing, since my father’s passing, something else has bloomed unexpectedly, which is a connection with others who have experienced deep loss. The details of other …
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295. Inside an Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy Session with Glennon & Richard C. Schwartz You don’t want to miss this riveting deep dive into Internal Family Systems (IFS) – the revolutionary therapy model that Glennon has been using in her recovery – with IFS founder Dr. Richard C. Schwartz. Dr. Schwartz even does an on-air IFS session with …
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Today’s poem is It's This Way by Nâzim Hikmet, translated by Randy Blasing and Mutlu Konuk. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, guest host Victoria Chang writes… "I have begun to think that hope is a presentness, that perhaps hope is within the present, not the future, not in the subjunctive, the what if? For there is beauty …
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