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Decoding Superhuman is a show for those looking for an elevated human experience through health. Boomer Anderson, Decoding Superhuman’s host, interviews the top thought leaders in the fields of health and performance optimization. This includes deep dives into chronobiology, minimum effective exercise, technology, the future of work, nutrition, productivity, applications of Eastern medicine, neuroscience, data, omics testing and technologies, and tactics to live a healthy and optimized life. ...
 
The Third Wave Podcast explores the many minds of the emerging psychedelic renaissance. Through conversations with thought leaders across various disciplines, we explore how psychedelics, when used with intention and responsibility, catalyze transformation on both an individual and collective level. Are you a newbie fresh off an incredible first psychedelic experience? An experienced psychonaut with decades of use? Or just an interested bystander, curious about the relevance of psychedelics ...
 
The Baby Boomer Report, hosted by Hall of Fame broadcaster Tony Segreto, features some of the most successful of "baby boomers" in America.The guest list is a veritable “who’s who” of high-power celebrities including CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King, New York Yankees legend Bucky Dent, prominent international musicians Tito Puente, Jr. and Julio Iglesias, Jr., beloved cabaret singer and actress Julie Budd, iconic nationally known radio personality Bruce “Cousin Brucie” Morrow, and origina ...
 
Growth Island is a podcast about how to become and be the best version of yourself. The focus is on strategies, tools, and blueprints for a meaningful life. I interview high performers and experts within nutrition, meditation, exercise, relationships, business, general health and lifes bigger mysteries. More info at www.growthisland.io
 
As useful as it is entertaining, travel expert Ellen Barone, provides the in-the-know scoop on where to go, what to see, and the travel technology to get you there. Ellen’s humor, honesty and fresh view of our colorful world delight audiences as she talks in-depth about travel and photography, people and diversity, adventure and self-discovery. Tune in for Ellen's travel advice, vacation tips, gadget reviews, book recommendations, photography how-to, and more, and transform the quality of yo ...
 
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Claire Williams OBE is the former Deputy Team Principal of Williams, family-run the Formula One racing team set up by her father, Frank Williams. On the podcast, she talks about what it was like to be seen as 'Frank's daughter', the struggles of trying to turn around an ailing F1 team and how none of her family actually passed their driving test, f…
 
Can Joe Biden unite America? (01:05) Why is the UK's vaccine rollout its most important economic policy? (12:10) And how can re-enactments bring history to life? (22:15) With The Spectator's economics correspondent Kate Andrews; US editor Freddy Gray; political editor James Forsyth; Capital Economics chairman Roger Bootle; re-enactor Chris Brown an…
 
Sam Leith's guests on this week's Book Club podcast are the writer and Women's Equality Party co-founder Catherine Mayer, and her mother, the arts publicist Anne Mayer Bird. They are mother and daughter -- but a year ago they became 'sister widows', as both lost their husbands within a few weeks of one another. Their new book is called Good Grief: …
 
Alison Roman is an American food writer, cook, and author of New York Times bestseller Nothing Fancy. On the podcast, she tells Lara and Livvy about the recipes she learnt from her mum, how she plans a dinner party, and craving pizza in lockdown. Table Talk is a series of podcasts where Lara Prendergast and Olivia Potts talk to celebrity guests abo…
 
After several years in high-pressure technology jobs he didn’t enjoy, Nik Vassev had his first psychedelic experience and realized he had full power to transform his life. Less than 18 months later, he had expanded his psychedelic use and created Mindleap, the world’s first tele-health platform for therapeutic integration. In this episode, Nik and …
 
On this episode, Andrew Neil is joined by Peter Greenberger, former head of political advertising at Google and Twitter; Francis Balloux, director of UCL's Genetics Institute; Anshel Pfeffer, a correspondent at The Economist; and a team of Spectator journalists. We discuss whether Twitter was right to ban Trump, what we know about the Brazilian Cov…
 
On this week's episode, Lionel Shriver says we believe what we want to believe. (00:45) Then, Matthew Parris says Peter Mandelson, infamously nicknamed the Prince of Darkness, could have been prime minister. (09:50) And finally, Father Jonathan Beswick explains why he's keeping his church open during lockdown. (17:10)…
 
Joe Biden won the US election, but is Big Tech really in power? (00:45) Churches are allowed to open during lockdown, but should they? (13:20) And can comfort eating and cosy socks replace human connections? (25:50) With historian Niall Ferguson; New York Times editorial board member Greg Bensinger; Father Jonathan Beswick; The Very Reverend Peter …
 
In the first Book Club podcast of the year, we’re marking the moment that George Orwell comes out of copyright. I’m joined by two distinguished Orwellians — D. J. Taylor and Dorian Lynskey — to talk about how the left’s favourite Old Etonian speaks to us now, and how his reputation has weathered. Was he secretly a conservative? Was he a McCarthyite…
 
We're taking it back a bit with Torque vs Rotation. Listen or watch as Julien explains what has been going on with his shoulder. Any questions, leave a comment and we'll try and answer it on the show. If you liked this episode, like, subscribe and share with your friends. *Support The StrongFit Podcast at https://podcast.strongfit.com 6 WEEK STRONG…
 
Dr. Chris McCurdy is the international expert on Kratom. Dr. McCurdy and I discuss this "plant of controversy" in detail. Kratom almost became a schedule one substance in the United States. The work of Chris Bell, Dr. McCurdy and others prevented this. In the podcast, Dr. McCurdy and I delve into the long history of Kratom use in places like Southe…
 
Since 2017 a succession of re-education camps have sprung up across Xinjiang, the home of the Uyghur people. It's estimated that one in ten Uyghur people are incarcerated to be subjected to patriotic education, but there are reports of forced labour, forced sterilisation and even torture. Much has been written about what is happening in the region,…
 
After years spent running an Amsterdam nightclub, Natasja Pelgrom had refined the art of “sex and drugs and rock and roll”. At 33, however, she had an epiphany—and spent the next several years releasing her co-dependencies, healing childhood trauma, and rediscovering how to welcome sacredness back into her life. Today, Natasja is a sacred medicine …
 
On this episode, Andrew Neil is joined by Jeremy Hunt, chair of the health and social care committee and former foreign secretary, alongside a team of Spectator journalists. This week, we discuss the implications of the Capitol riots and whether the UK's vaccine rollout has been fast enough. To watch the show, go to www.spectator.co.uk/tv.…
 
On this week's episode, author and financial columnist Matthew Lynn begins by arguing that the EU has already botched its Covid vaccine rollout. (00:25) Then, Will Knowland, formerly an English teacher at Eton, explains why he was dismissed from the school and criticises its 'stifling monoculture'. (08:20) And finally, Mary Wellesley reflects on th…
 
Coronavirus vaccines are now being distributed across the world, but what are the challenges posed by its delivery? (01:30) Is Boris Johnson the SNP's greatest weapon? (13:55) And is Prince Harry becoming more and more like his mother? (23:35) With financial columnist Matthew Lynn; former director at the McKinsey Global Institute Richard Dobbs; the…
 
Today Richard is joined by Levi Rigters. Levi has just made his debut in Glory 76, kickboxing in a 4 man style tournament and winning. For the last few month Richard has been helping Levi, working on little imbalances and pushing the intensity up. Any questions, leave a comment! If you liked this episode, like, subscribe and share with your friends…
 
Leroy Logan is a former superintendent at the Metropolitan Police, former chair of the Black Police Association, and author of Closing Ranks: My Life as a Cop. On the podcast, he tells Lara and Livvy about his love of apple crumble, his wife's lunchboxes, and why police officers should always stay dry. Table Talk is a series of podcasts where Lara …
 
Damian's guest, the celebrated Irish journalist, broadcaster and playwright Mary Kenny, offers a nuanced analysis of the powerful and paradoxical world in which she grew up: one in which Catholic clergy and lay people could be simultaneously fervently pious, warm-hearted and yet paralysed by petty snobbery. She talks about how the Irish Free State …
 
Timothy Ko came to the psychedelic space as a result of his deeply personal connections with depression, anxiety, and addiction. As the CEO of Entheon Biomedical, an organization working on a legal IV DMT protocol, Timothy is dedicated to providing an effective and scalable therapy that will serve as a vital resource for those afflicted with a subs…
 
The guys are going on an awesome little rant today. Any questions, leave a comment! If you liked this episode, like, subscribe and share with your friends. ANNOUNCEMENT: We have two programs launching in the beginning of January. Let's start with the basis, which is NUTRITION. If you get that right you can recover harder and train better. Join Juli…
 
2020 was different than anticipated. It was a year full of great experiments and going down different rabbit holes. I share the top 10 most downloaded episodes of the show during 2020, my favorite books, and experiments. At the end of this episode, my lady stops by and talks about the impact that COVID had on our relationship, our different dietary…
 
Lisa Templeton, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist, author, musician, poet, and spiritual guide. She founded and owns The Interpersonal Healing Clinic, LLC, providing compassionate clinical care to all ages and backgrounds, while addressing the importance of our relationships with each other and with ourselves. She is also co-director of ShamanStar, …
 
While a PhD researcher at Imperial College London, Mendel Kaelen investigated the brain mechanisms of classic psychedelic drugs and their effects on music-perception and music-evoked emotion. After a year off spent integrating his ayahuasca experiences in the Amazon, Mendel completed his Master’s Degree before founding Wavepaths, an algorithmic mus…
 
After a year battling coronavirus, the UK's debt now totals more than £2 trillion. In an effort to keep the economy afloat, the Treasury has paid wages, given tax relief, and even paid for people to eat out. As recently as five years ago, Conservatives would have thought this spending unsustainable. But with Boris Johnson's government being elected…
 
2021 is closing in. Where are we heading and what are the plans. In short, it is back to basics. Julien and Richard are going to focus on what they do best (coach, study and explore) and leave the business and media side of things to the people who are good at that. Listen in to get up to date! Any questions, leave a comment! If you liked this epis…
 
Coming to the end of the year no one expected. Was it all bad? Roy and I discuss our key takeaways for the year, the conversations which had most significant impact on us, my current experiments, favorite books, and much more in the widespaning random show. Highlights [5:07] Big learnings in the past 3 months [9:50] Keeping a solid relationship in …
 
2020 is drawing to a close but none of us will forget this year anytime soon. For China, has it also been a watershed year? Western rhetoric hasn’t been so hawkish on China in a very long time, with talk of a second Cold War gracing commentary pages and calls to decouple supply chains. Lost in the noise is China's own turning away from the world. I…
 
With a decades-long commitment to psychedelic advocacy and research, a firsthand knowledge of the life-changing benefits of plant medicine, and his role as CEO of Psygen Labs, Danny Motyka brings a unique perspective to the future of psychedelics. In this episode, he and Paul discuss the differences between the cannabis and psychedelic industries, …
 
On this episode, Andrew Neil is joined by Professor Tim Spector, principal investigator of ZOE at Kings College London; Andrew Wilson, former SNP finance spokesperson and founding partner of Charlotte Street Partners; Rod Liddle, associate editor of The Spectator; and a team of Spectator journalists. This week, we discuss whether all the data suppo…
 
For the Christmas triple issue, there are four authors in this week's Spectator Out Loud. Fraser Nelson reads the leading article in our Christmas edition; Matt Ridley talks about how mRNA vaccines could revolutionise medicine; Ian Rankin reads his short story; and Cressida Bonas reflects on what it was like to have a lockdown wedding. To read more…
 
How will the UK's economy recover from Covid-19, and what has the pandemic revealed about the West? (01:20) Was 2020 the year we dealt a mortal blow to future viruses? (15:05) And finally, what makes Mary Gaitskill a brilliant writer, and why does Elif Shafak work to heavy metal music? (29:25) With The Spectator's political editor James Forsyth, de…
 
In this week's Book Club podcast, we remember the great John Le Carre. I'm joined by one of the late writer's longest standing friends, the novelist Nicholas Shakespeare. He tells me about Le Carre's disdain for - and debt to - Ian Fleming, his intensely secretive and controlling personality, his magnetic charm, his thwarted hopes of the Nobel Priz…
 
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