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Best Billie Ellis podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Billie Ellis podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Join hosts Billie, Fred Mac II, and River as they sit down every week to discuss everything from friendships to relationships, glow ups and growth, Pop Culture to the fuckery and advice with raw honesty and humor. So catch a vibe and come laugh with us... It's your Group Chat in audio form! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/podtomenice/support
 
QUEERGASM is a monthly podcast devoted to queer curiosity, queer creativity, and queer connection. On QUEERGASM, you'll hear conversations with gifted creators about their work, process and passions, and you'll find content that centers our creativity in the narrative. We’re creating a joyous place to explore, publicize and celebrate the amazing art, social justice work and extraordinary lives of queer, transgender and other commonly-marginalized individuals.
 
AJ Marks and Megan Sola-Guinto are two American musicians studying in England and host a biweekly podcast with a variety of local and international guests to discuss the cultural differences between the U.S. and the U.K. From explaining slang to debunking various misconceptions, Americans and Britons alike can tune in to hear fresh perspectives on what the other countries are like. Email your questions, corrections and stereotypes to AIAhosts@gmail.com and follow AJ and Megan on social media ...
 
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A cattle rustler, cowboy, gambler, horse thief, outlaw, and murderer, Henry McCarty—better known as Billy the Kid—epitomizes the Wild West era. With at least 8 “confirmed” murders before his untimely death at only 21, an orphan born in the Irish slums of New York City rose to become one of the most notorious figures of the Wild West. In the first e…
 
G. R. Harden grew up working on his family’s cotton farm near the Delta town of Cleveland. In this episode, he explains how that experience gave him a leg up when he attended Mississippi State. Taking over the family farm at a young age, Harden felt ill-prepared and unsure of himself. He recalls being taught to think of commercial farming as a game…
 
Today on The Saturday Rub we talk to Paul Marsh and Phil Davis from the AFLPA and AFL CEO Gil McLachlan about the players pay deal; We also take a look at what footy will look like post coronavirus; Plus Billy Brownless has a new segment and The Quiz; And the Chief, Jason Dunstall, relieves the 89 Grand Final.…
 
Elder Elias Harris of Port Gibson grew up a sharecropper’s son on a plantation near Pattison. In this episode, he recalls that even though their family worked hard every day, they never missed church. From a young age, Harris knew he was going to be a preacher. He remembers how he and his sister would have pretend church services as children. As a …
 
Over several years, and after interviewing dozens of women, Lisa Taddeo settled on three stories of women and their unique relationships with sex. In this interview with Fearne about the resulting book, Three Women, she talks about how their experiences will sound familiar to many others - even though their cases can be quite extreme. Thanks to our…
 
1) Welcome Ross Lyon! 2) what's with Duck's Eyebrows? 3) GWS Giant Jeremy Cameron 4) Brisbane Assistant Danny Daly 5) Nathan Brown joins the team 6) The Pub Quiz 7) Hawthorn Assistant Scott Burns 8) Howie's Hot Topics 9) what changes to footy this year could be permanent? 10) Jay Z's Big 3 11) Statement from Victorian premier Daniel Andrews…
 
The Saturday Rub is back for 2020... but not everyone is here. We cross to BT who is self-isolating; speak to Fremantle's new coach, Justin Longmuir; Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley gives us his thoughts on the current playing situation; and The Duck has become fluffy over the breakBy Triple M
 
1) The Friday Huddle is back! 2) Details of the boys' summer exploits 3) how long will this season go for? 4) inside JuddChella 5) Judge Juddy 6) game preview 7) Collingwood CEO Mark Anderson 8) Browny's Top 5 Big Calls 9) Western Bulldogs' Director of Footy Chris GrantBy Triple M
 
As The Rona got us all stuck in the house and self quarantined, we had returning guest @heymrholman to have some fun with us and give y'all a show. We discussed Rona updates, and the spirit of March Madness, we put a bracket together in a form of categories... This Week Category Part 1: Music We know it's a trying time but be safe out there and enj…
 
The Branch Davidians may be one of the longest-running cults on our list, established in the early 1930’s. After decades of shifting power, the Davidians would find themselves bunkered down in their commune in Waco, Texas. FBI and ATF agents charged their grounds firing assault rifles, hoisting ladders onto the roof, throwing tear gas grenades, and…
 
Rosie Washington was sixteen years old when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. came to Grenada in 1966. In this episode, she recalls how meeting the civil rights icon inspired her to explore activism and school integration. Washington and her siblings were among the first students to integrate the public schools in Grenada. She remembers the severe backla…
 
Silence can seem quite frightening to many people - but not Erling Kagge. You wouldn't think the explorer, lawyer, art collector, entrepreneur, politician, author and publisher has any time on his hands to sit in silence but, as he tells Fearne, that's the secret of his many successes. For 25% off your first 4 boxes at Mindful Chef, plus a free rec…
 
One of the most infamous cult-related events to ever occur involves a man named Jim Jones and his new religious movement termed, “The Peoples Temple”. This racially focused, communist cult claimed to reach a massive 20,000 members and could gather as many as 3,000 members with as little as 6 hours notice. As they grew in size and scope they were fo…
 
In this live, two-part special in partnership with Sweaty Betty, Fearne is joined by journalist Bryony Gordon, writer Poorna Bell and presenter and fitness trainer Annie Price to discuss their experiences in front of a live audience. To find out more about the work of Sweaty Betty on Interational Women's Day, visit sweatybetty.com/fearnecotton.…
 
The Body Coach himself turns up at Fearne's door (they're neighbours, don't you know) to discuss being a father of two, meeting your work goals... and being named GQ's worst dressed of the year. Thanks to the sponsors of this series, Mindful Chef. For 25% off your first 4 boxes, plus a free recipe book from founders Myles & Giles, go to mindfulchef…
 
Aum Shinrikyo, have you ever heard of them? This Japanese doomsday cult was founded by Shoko Asahara in 1984 and was operating as recently as 2005. This dangerous and massive cult brought together the ideals of Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity and most importantly yoga. To no surprise, they also took part in their fair share of hallucinogenic drugs…
 
Chef Tom Kerridge works hard and, for a long time, played hard too. In this open and honest conversation with Fearne, one of Britain's finest chefs talks about his process, his addiction to work and the sacrifices he's made along the way. Thanks to the sponsors of this series, Mindful Chef. For 25% off your first 4 boxes, plus a free recipe book fr…
 
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