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Jess Bowen and Bowie Jane interview females working in the music industry both behind the scenes and on stage. Being a touring drummer and DJ singer songwriter respectively, Jess and Bowie uncover the journeys and background of super successful females in the music industry. Guests include Amanda Davis (Janelle Monae), Eva Gardner (Pink), Inaya Day (Mousse T), Cassadee Pope, Esjay Jones (Krewella), Patty Anne Miller (Beyoncé), Chrissy Costanza, Kiiara, Mandy (Misterwives), Valerie Morehouse ...
 
Once upon a time, your experiences and beliefs lead to the relationship you have with food today. Your host, Elise Museles, eating psychology and nutrition expert, calls that your food story: Your thoughts about food and the words you say to yourself about food, either aloud, or privately inside your mind. If you’ve ever felt stressed, overwhelmed, or frustrated by eating and diet culture, and if you’re looking for a safe space to have honest conversations—you’re in the right place! Tune in ...
 
Join improv comedians Aristotle Athari and Andy Harris on This American Laugh, an improvised comedy podcast in the style of your favorite storytelling show from a certain public radio station. Each week, host Ari, producer Andy and a special guest contributor use prompts from a random sentence generator to improvise fake real stories filled with fake real people, in three acts.
 
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It's 12 months since the Newcastle United takeover was complete. The 7th October 2021 marked the exit of Mike Ashley from St James' Park and the arrival, after three years of trying, of Amanda Staveley. The businesswoman led a consortium made up of herself, The Reuben family and the Saudi Public Investment Fund. One year on, the change at Newcastle…
 
Since the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in the custody of Iran’s morality police on September 16th, protests have erupted throughout Iran and in some 160 cities around the globe — with some of the biggest protests happening here in Canada.Despite violent crackdowns on the demonstrations in Iran, protesters are still coming out to the streets. An…
 
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast - it's time for the Match Preview. Andrew and John are back to look ahead to Newcastle's visit of Brentford as well as back at the victory over Fulham and what it can tell us ahead of Saturday's game. FILL IN THE SURVEY: https://data.reachplc.com/222634999827878…
 
If you’ve ever wanted to change your body or felt uncomfortable in your own skin, you’re not alone. Research shows that about 95% of women are dissatisfied with their bodies. Usually this body dissatisfaction shows up in the way we speak to ourselves with harmful conversations in our own minds. Even though we live in a world that tells us that we a…
 
This week marks 12 months since the Newcastle United takeover was complete. As part of our podcast look back on the last year, Andrew Musgrove is joined by Newcastle Fans' TV Sam Mulliner take part in a six-part survey launched by Chronicle NUFC. We want you to take part - click here: https://data.reachplc.com/222634999827878 Sam goes through the s…
 
What do the Houston Astros, the Saudi state-owned oil company Aramco, the makers of OxyContin and the Quebec government all have in common? They’ve all hired McKinsey & Company, a prestigious management consulting firm that has been around for nearly a hundred years. It’s a firm with a client list as long and rich as its history and has a lot of po…
 
In an election that's divided Brazil, Sunday’s vote ended up even more split than polls predicted.Many pollsters had signalled that incumbent Jair Bolsonaro would lose the election on the first ballot, but the far-right populist far outperformed their predictions. Meanwhile, his leftist nemesis, former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, failed to…
 
Andrew and Aaron are back to talk Newcastle United and in particular, the Magpies' 4-1 win over Fulham. Eddie Howe's men picked up only their second win of the season with Miguel Almiron hitting a brace at Craven Cottage. It's a win which takes United up to 7th in the league with 11 pts. The pair discuss Miggy's magic, Wilson's return and new deal …
 
The fall sitting of parliament is in full swing, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau facing off for the first time against new Opposition Leader Pierre Poilievre. And the hottest topic for debate remains how to deal with the affordability crisis.Today, Power & Politics host Vassy Kapelos is back on the pod to talk about what’s on the agenda in Ottaw…
 
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black & White Podcast. There's no view from the opposition this week but Aaron Stokes brings you this special podcast looking back on a busy 24 hours covering Newcastle. From the signing of Garang Kuol to Eddie Howe's presser conference - it's all covered.By Reach Podcasts
 
For decades, Quebec voters made the choice between the provincial Liberal Party and the Parti Québécois (PQ).But in 2018, that changed. François Legault led the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) to a landslide victory by offering voters an option between the Liberals' federalism and the PQ's focus on sovereignty.On Monday, the province heads back to th…
 
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast. It's time for the Match Preview as Newcastle head down to Fulham for Saturday's 3pm kick-off. Newcastle are in need of another win having only won once this season, and while they've only lost once - to Liverpool - another three points is crucial. But they've been hit by injuries! Ther…
 
There have been some gloomy economic headlines lately as stock indexes like the TSX and Dow drop and Canada’s unemployment rate goes up for the first time in months. This, as central banks continue to raise interest rates to combat inflation, which — while showing signs of slowing — remains high. Today, CBC business reporter Pete Evans brings us a …
 
This week we interview Aussie performer, Jenna McDougall (Tonight Alive, Hevenshe) to chat about her new independent project Hevenshe, creating new music and how she got to this amazing place in her career after numerous major and indie record deals, 4 albums and 8 consecutive years of heavy international touring. An advocate for individualism, equ…
 
NBA superstar Fred VanVleet had a long road to becoming a beloved Toronto Raptor. He suffered a terrible loss growing up in Rockford, Ill., when his father was shot and killed when he was just five years old. As a young man coming out of Wichita State University, the point guard went undrafted in 2016 and had to fight his way onto the roster of the…
 
From rare, violent protests to long lines at the border — and even a shooting at a draft office in Siberia — Russia remains gripped by anger over its first military mobilization since the Second World War. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the draft of hundreds of thousands of men last Wednesday, following significant military defeats in U…
 
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast. Andrew & Aaron are back to discuss all things Newcastle United with a focus on the injuries currently impacting Eddie Howe's side.By Reach Podcasts
 
After Hurricane Fiona lashed the Caribbean last week, it landed in Canso, N.S., Saturday morning as a post-tropical storm. It then began its path of destruction through Atlantic Canada.While the level of devastation in Canada doesn't compared to places like Puerto Rico, Fiona has still caused significant damage throughout parts of the Maritimes. It…
 
The public hearings into the deadliest mass shooting in Canadian history end today.Since February, the Mass Casualty Commission has heard evidence about the gunman and the warning signs reported to the RCMP in the years leading up to April 18, 2020, when he went on a rampage, killing 22 people in Nova Scotia while disguised as a Mountie.The inquiry…
 
This week on PEI Pulse Podcast, islanders living with chronic conditions are preparing to live without power for multiple days, family seeks answers in the death of Jamie Sark and what relatives of a woman with Huntington's would like to see change following a decision by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of P-E-I.…
 
It’s the 100th episode! To celebrate, I’m sharing my five biggest takeaways from past episodes. I narrowed it down, but I could’ve given you hundreds of life-changing lessons from all these incredible conversations. I started Once Upon a Food Story with the idea that if I could share other people’s food stories, then I could help you tap into your …
 
You’ve probably heard about Hunter Biden’s laptop.The laptop and the trove of data on it belonging to U.S. President Joe Biden’s youngest son first surfaced publicly just weeks before the 2020 presidential election. At the time, it was largely discredited as foreign meddling and a disinformation campaign intended to sway the presidential race. Sinc…
 
John Gibson and Andrew Musgrove are back with their mini-series Let's Talk About. The pair had previously covered several topics including Joelinton, Callum Wilson and St James' Park, and promised to bring the series back during the international breaks. Well here they are. The pair focus on the season so far - a campaign of seven games which has N…
 
Notorious stalking and harassment site Kiwi Farms has been hacked and taken offline again, less than a month after the website security and hosting provider Cloudflare dropped it, citing an "unprecedented emergency and immediate threat to human life." Kiwi Farms had risen to prominence after Canadian trans activist and Twitch streamer Clara Sorrent…
 
Andrew and Aaron are back to discuss Newcastle United's 1-1 draw with Bournemouth. The Magpies were held to yet another draw in what was a disappointing performance. The pair look at what went wrong but also highlight the positivities.By Reach Podcasts
 
In Alberta, the centrepiece of United Conservative Party leadership hopeful Danielle Smith’s campaign is a controversial proposal called the Alberta Sovereignty Act. Smith says the act would allow the Alberta legislature to choose not to enforce any federal law or court order it believed ran counter to its interests.But many legal experts have decr…
 
People in London waited in kilometres-long lines for the chance to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II, Britain's longest reigning monarch who died on Sept. 8, during her lying-in-state. Hundreds of leaders, dignitaries and royals travelled from around the world to attend her funeral. Queen Elizabeth II was just 25 when she took the throne in …
 
Earlier this week, U.S. Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham introduced a bill that would place a federal ban on abortions after 15 weeks. While the bill isn’t believed to have a high chance of passing in the immediate future, it does further crank up the heat around the abortion debate ahead of the November midterm elections.Since the U.S. Supreme Court…
 
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast - The View from the Opposition. Andrew Musgrove is joined by Bournemouth Echo's Jack Tanner to get the insight into Saturday's opposition.By Reach Podcasts
 
After a manhunt that spanned four days, the main suspect in the mass stabbing that injured at least 18 and left 10 people dead in northern Saskatchewan was arrested last Wednesday. Shortly after, he died in police custody after going into what RCMP call "medical distress."His death means we may never know the motive of the attack. But questions rem…
 
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast - it's time for the Match Preview. Newcastle face Bournemouth this Saturday at St James' Park, and John and Andrew are back to look ahead to the game. They discuss the likelihood of an unchanged back four, and the hope Bruno and ASM are passed fit. Elliot Anderson and Nick Pope are also…
 
This week we talk about the effects Covid has had on touring. There are so many flow on effects! There is a backlog on gear (even drum sticks!), equipment, venues, staff, bus drivers, buses, musicians and more. We chat about life on the road post Covid. We also reflect on the sad passing of Queen Elizabeth II of which we found out whilst on air. Wh…
 
Amazon has tapped into the power of J.R.R. Tolkien, spending around $715 million US on its new series, The Rings of Power, reportedly the most expensive TV show ever made. What is it about Tolkien's fantasy realm of Middle-earth that has held our attention for so long, since his early writings in the 1930s?Today on Front Burner, we're talking to hi…
 
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast. Andrew Musgrove and Aaron Stokes are back to talk Newcastle United, including - Newcastle vs Bournemouth is ON - The signing of Loris Karius - The solid defence - The praise for owners - Four North East charities set to benefit from NUFC fans' donation CHARITY LINK : https://charity.ne…
 
Now that Pierre Poilievre is leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, how will he lead? Today, in the second part of our two-part deep dive on Poilievre, the Globe and Mail’s Shannon Proudfoot returns to talk about the leadership campaign he ran, the criticism he’s faced and where the Conservative Party could go from here. Plus, we hear from mor…
 
Gibbo's Corner is back - and back with a bang! Gibbo picks the 7 players he feels left Newcastle too early - and dives into why they were sold and the impact it had on the club. As usual, there are some colourful tales within the episode. Please remember to like and subscribe. Originally published in March 2021.…
 
On Saturday, Pierre Poilievre was named the new leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. Jayme Poisson was on the floor at the event, and heard from those overjoyed at the result. Today, we bring you those voices, and take a closer look at Poilievre’s life and career, to help you understand who he is. Tomorrow, we’ll examine his leadership campa…
 
Queen Elizabeth took the throne at the age 25, and stayed there through seven decades, 15 British prime ministers and the longest reign in U.K. history.From the earliest days as Queen, Elizabeth grappled with the British Empire transforming into a Commonwealth with more self-determined nations. But in more recent years, the Queen also ruled through…
 
The view of the war from inside Ukraine varies depending on where you are. For two weeks, CBC News senior correspondent Susan Ormiston has been crossing the country where the war has become a normal part of life for some. In the capital of Kyiv, businesses are re-opening, communities are rebuilding, and some who fled at the start of the war have re…
 
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast. It's time for the Match Preview as Newcastle face West Ham in the capital. Andrew Musgrove and John Gibson discuss the game including tipping Elliot Anderson to start. They also discuss the frustration with VAR, the likelihood of an unchanged back four, and the hope that Bruno Guimarae…
 
Lyndsey Byrnes has had an amazing career as commercial photographer and creative director of a plethora of campaigns and editorials including Rolling Stone, Atlantic Records, Chanel, The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, Wildfang, Good Dye Young and many others. She chats with us about her career and the hurdles she faced along the way as well as how …
 
It's been seven years since British teen Shamima Begum, then 15 years old, entered Syria with two school friends to join ISIS. One of Begum's friends has since gone missing, and the other was reportedly killed in an airstrike on Raqqa. Begum herself disappeared for years before encountering a journalist in al-Hawl prison camp in 2019, begging to re…
 
Eleven people have died, including a suspect, and at least 18 injured after a brutal attack that started in James Smith Cree Nation, Saskatchewan on Sunday. Two brothers, Damien and Myles Sanderson, were charged with first-degree murder and were being sought for the attack. On Monday, the RCMP confirmed Damien, 31, has been found dead, while Myles,…
 
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast - Andrew Musgrove and Aaron Stokes are back to discuss all the latest Newcastle United talking points. There's only one place to start, and that's the controversy surrounding the VAR decision at St James' Park as Newcastle drew 0-0 with Crystal Palace. You'll not need reminding that Uni…
 
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