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Best Christina Weaver podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Christina Weaver podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Girl Tales is a podcast featuring reimagined fairytales. Damsels in distress? Princesses in need of protection? You won’t find those here. The girls in our stories take control of their own destinies, turning your favorite fairytales into exciting new adventures. With energetic voice actors and professional sound design, these audio plays burst to life at the touch of a button. To connect fantasy with reality, our segment Little Girls Doing Big Things features interviews with young girls fro ...
 
As a professional music industry veteran of 12 plus years, I began a career in the industry as an unpaid intern at a recording studio. My journey began after graduating from recording school at the age of 20 and being blessed to land an internship at a professional recording studio in Burbank, California called "The Boom Boom Room". From there I started learning and gaining knowledge through trial and tribulation as well as building relationships on the way. From an internship position to in ...
 
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Myra is a mermaid who loves reading books. The problem is, every time she tries to read one it gets ruined by the ocean water! Will she become a human or figure out another way to solve this problem? Plus a special interview with kid podcaster, Ruby & The Literate Mermaid writer, Christina Quintana! The Literate Mermaid by Christina Quintana Starri…
 
Alba is a budding, young detective who doesn’t mind living on her own. When the Mayor of Strangetown sends out a notice looking for someone to uncover why her daughters wear holes in their shoes every night, Alba hops on a bus and heads toward adventure. With the help of a sorceress and a hawk, Alba tries to uncover The Mystery of the Dancing Princ…
 
Bret Piatt, CTR host, and Michelle Vega, chief technology strategist at the Intercultural Development Research Association, discuss how she researches and implements the use of educational technology in public schools. We also have a special guest from Keystone School in San Antonio, Shreya Chaudhary, a tenth grade student who is currently a part o…
 
Rudy’s had a dream her whole life; to make Santa’s sleigh team. But, it’s a boys club and this year is no exception. Nevertheless, with the help of her parents, Carol Claus, and her good friend Frosty Tips the Snow Ma’am, Rudy persists. Listen as Rudy saves Christmas! A rebroadcast from 2017. Rudy the Female Reindeer by Delaney Yeager Featuring: De…
 
In this episode, Nova travels back in time to Hawai’i in the late 1800’s where she becomes the ukulele of Queen Lili’uokalani, the last sovereign monarch of the Hawaiian Kingdom. Nova learns how ukuleles are made, how sound travels through them, and ways we can defend the rights of indigenous peoples. Come join her! Written, Performed, and Produced…
 
After doing the same thing everyday, Finch wants something new. So when she meets a singing tortoise named Torta, her whole world changes. Finch thinks Torta should sing in front of the other animals but Torta just likes singing for herself. Listen to hear how Finch learns what it means to truly be a really good friend. Written by Charly Evon Simps…
 
In this Little Girls Doing Big Things interview, Rebecca speaks with Matilda Suh, an 8-year-old writer & illustrator. Rebecca first learned about Matilda’s work after finding her handmade books at her favorite bookstore in Brooklyn. Matilda tells her all about how she made that happen. Executive Produced by Rebecca Cunningham Theme Music by Eli Den…
 
To celebrate Halloween, Nova travels back in time to 1818 and becomes the ink Mary Shelley uses to write the very first science fiction novel, Frankenstein! Learn all about what ink was made of in 1818 and hear a portion from the original story of Frankenstein. Written, Performed, and Produced by Tessa Flannery Executive Produced by Rebecca Cunning…
 
Have you ever wondered how stories were invented? In this tale, the Sky Goddess Asase Yaa creates a spider named Anansi who brings stories to all of human kind using her smarts! Based on the character in many Akan tales, Anansi. by Bleu Beckford-Burrell Starring Barron Bass, Rama Orleans-Lindsay, & Cristina Pitter Produced by Chad Chenail Executive…
 
Rebecca interviews Sadie, a 7 1/2 year old electro-punk performing artist & musician. Sadie gives advice to kids on how to make their own music, how to get over stage freight, and lets us all know that kids can do anything grown-ups can do. And she loves to scream and yell about it! Produced by Rebecca Cunningham Photograph by Elisabeth Fuchsia Mus…
 
In this episode, Nova travels to Norway in 2014 to become Malala Yousafzai’s microphone as she accepts the Nobel Peace Prize. Learn all about how microphones work and Malala’s fight for girls’ education. Written, Produced, and Performed by Tessa Flannery Executive Produced by Rebecca Cunningham Original Theme Music by Eli Denby Wood Make a Megaphon…
 
In this bilingual tale, Xo and Xul go to the waterpark with their mama. When they get there, they meet La Llorona underneath the water. They join La Llorona and try to help her find her son, Sol. How will they make their way back to their own mama? Based on Latin American tale, ‘La Llorona’. Written by Monet Hurst-Mendoza Starring: Jen Anaya, Jacqu…
 
The follow up to our last Nova’s Lab episode, this time Nova meets the real life NASA mathematician, Katherine Johnson! In this episode, Katherine Johnson teaches Nova about orbital mechanics and how she helped land astronauts on the moon. Written and produced by Tessa Flannery Starring: Tessa Flannery & Lanee’ Sanders To do the experiment at home:…
 
On this session I sit with an individual that has been part of pop culture for most of his life. Jason "J Weav" Weaver is an actor and singer that started off his career at the young age of 7. While most of us at that age were playing outside with our friends, Jason was building his career which he then found out ended up being his passion. Some of…
 
In this episode of Little Girls Doing Big Things, Rebecca speaks with 13-year-old Lilia Montiel, the creator of ZZZ’s 4 Kidz, a campaign that provides San Diego kids and families with new beds. Produced by Rebecca Cunningham To donate to Lilia’s campaign: https://www.gofundme.com/zzzs4kidz Join Team Road Trip on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/joi…
 
Come celebrate National Moon Day with Girl Tales as kid scientist Nova journeys to July 20th, 1969 where she will become a moon rock! Learn about how the astronauts of the Apollo 11 mission were able to enter the moon’s orbit and then successfully land their rocket ship. Are you ready? This is JUST part one of this story. Hear the rest of the story…
 
Future fashion designer, Lulu has a dad who just loves to brag about her to the town’s judge. This time his bragging goes a little too far and lands Lulu in jail! She is forced to turn her drawings into gold or she’ll be locked in jail forever. Will the guard at the jail be able to help her? And how will she ever be able to repay him if he does? Wr…
 
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