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Best David Arnold podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best David Arnold podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Sky-high drug prices. Mass incarceration. Predatory lending. These are the surface-level symptoms of broken systems. To find answers, we must peel back the layers and look deeper. Join Arnold Ventures Co-Chair and host Laura Arnold as she shares the mike with leading data-driven experts in this podcast by the Arnold Ventures philanthropy that explores market failures in health care, criminal justice, education, and public finance — and how to fix them.
 
It is no longer necessary to sacrifice your health (and your sanity) in order to be successful. P90X creator Tony Horton...American Ninja Warrior superstar Kevin Bull...Productivity guru and inventor of the GTD system David Allen...World-famous biohacker Ben Greenfield. These are just a few of the many experts ready to inspire you to step outside your comfort zone so you can reach your full potential. Hosted by Zack Arnold (award-winning Hollywood film & TV editor, documentary director, Amer ...
 
This collection includes ten one-act plays by David Belasco, Arnold Bennett, Hereward Carrington, Lewis Carroll, Lord Dunsany, John Galsworthy, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Maurice Maeterlinck, Anna Bird Stewart, and Alfred, Lord Tennyson. The Book Coordinators for this collection were Charlotte Duckett, Michele Eaton, Elizabeth Klett, Loveday, Piotr Nater, Algy Pug, Eden Rea-Hedrick, Todd, and Chuck Williamson. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett)
 
American Urban Radio Networks (AURN) podcasts represent an array of topics including politics, entertainment, finance, wealth building, education, sports, entrepreneurship, civil rights, and advocacy. AURN is the nation’s only African-American controlled Radio & Digital network.
 
The only show that takes you inside the studios of Hollywood composers, with engaging conversations and musical demonstrations. Based on the hit film SCORE: A FILM MUSIC DOCUMENTARY, the weekly SCORE: THE PODCAST celebrates the musical heartbeat and emotive power of modern storytelling. Join hosts Robert Kraft and Kenny Holmes as they open the door to the creative, musical and fascinating personalities of the men and women who create music for the world’s most popular films, TV shows and vid ...
 
Welcome to a podcast all about the sounds of cinema, and discussion about them BETWEEN THE NOTES... which is where we come in... Join your hosts Tony Black and Sean Wilson as they delve into the world of new film music scores, classic albums, and talk up to date film music news. Let's get on with the show!
 
The Dworkin Report is one of the most listened to independent podcasts in the world. New releases are ranked top 200 in news & politics on iTunes in 30+ countries. The podcast has listeners in almost every country in the world. Some of Scott’s guests have included Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Alyssa Milano, Alec Baldwin, Bill Browder, Rob Reiner, Rep. Steve Cohen, Ron Fein, Cheri Jacobus, Lilly Ledbetter, Judd Legum, Tom Arnold, Rep. Gwen Moore, Rosie O’Donnell, David Priess, Michael Rapaport, and ...
 
Dave Koss & Matt Milstead of Mograph.com discuss the world of Cinema 4D and Motion Graphics. With many regular, big-name guests from the industry. Regular topics are anything from Cinema 4D tips & tricks to features & woes. After Effects, Render Engines like Octane, Redshift and Arnold, or even Hardware configurations. We'll even get into industry discussions like clients, contracts, and work efficiency. Join us each week while we catch up on what we've learned and what we're learning.
 
Imagine you are friends with hundreds of real estate investors and entrepreneurs. Now imagine you can grab a beer with each of them and casually chat about failures, successes, motivations, and lessons learned. That’s what The BiggerPockets Podcast delivers. Co-hosted by Brandon Turner, David Greene, and BiggerPockets founder Joshua Dorkin, this podcast provides actionable advice from investors and other real estate professionals every week. The show won’t tell you how to “get rich quick” or ...
 
Adventures in Jewish Studies is a podcast produced by the Association for Jewish Studies, the largest learned society and professional organization representing Jewish Studies scholars worldwide. The episodes take listeners on a journey, exploring a wide range of topics, from the contemporary to the ancient, in a way that’s informative, engaging, and fun. Launched in 2018, the Adventures in Jewish Studies series produces five episodes annually.
 
Join actors Meryl Streep, Tommy Lee Jones, and Steve Carell, and director David Frankel as they discuss their new comedy, "Hope Springs." Kay (Streep) and Arnold (Jones) are a devoted couple in the town of Great Hope Springs. But decades of marriage have left Kay wondering if renowned couples therapist (Carell) can help them reignite the spark that first made them fall for each other.
 
"Top 10 Podcasts for Entrepreneurs to Learn Personal Finance From" -- Inc. Magazine. "Top 100 Small Business Podcasts 2014" -- Small Biz Trends. Former Clinton White House Writer John Corcoran shows you how to build relationships intelligently to get more clients, grow your income and advance your career. Discover how you can use win-win networking and intentional relationship-building with Influencers and VIPs, even if you "hate networking" or feel like you have "nothing to offer" people wh ...
 
One of the longest-running books shows on Australian radio, Final Draft is a space on the air where big names of arts and culture sit cheek-by-jowl with those just beginning to make their mark. Produced in the hope of inspiring generous, open-minded reading and discussion, the show features guests and writing from around Australia and the world.Each week we serve up a mix of interviews with writers, reviews of new, classic and cult titles, readings of original work, short features and docume ...
 
In a unique weekly podcast, Edith Bowman sits down with a variety of film directors, actors, producers and composers to talk about the music that inspired them and how they use music in their films, from their current release to key moments in their career. The music chosen by our guests is woven into the interview and used alongside clips from their films. https://twitter.com/soundtrackinguk https://www.facebook.com/Soundtrackingwithedithbowman/ https://play.spotify.com/user/soundtrackingwi ...
 
This is a show about early American history. Awarded Best History Podcast by the Academy of Podcasters in 2017, it’s for people who love history and for those who want to know more about the historical people and events that have impacted and shaped our present-day world. Each episode features conversations with professional historians who help shed light on important people and events in early American history. It is produced by the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture.
 
Imagine a FUBAR version of BBC Radio 4’s arts review series Front Row. Have it presented by an award winning Hollywood British actor, writer and director, mix things up with the addition of an outrageous social media star and FUBAR is proud to present, BACK ROW AND CHILL. Noel Clarke (Star Trek, Twist, SAS Red Notice, Kidulthood trilogy, Sky’s Bulletproof) and Jahannah James (multi million viewed social star comedian) come together to offer alternative opinions and irreverent reviews of the ...
 
Real Famous is a real life education in making brands that people want to talk about. We’re talking to leaders in creative industries to learn from their stories - how they got started, the challenges they overcame, the work that defined their careers and what drove them to become a success. We're brought to you by Plein Air, the agency that helps brands grow through connected, shareable and useful customer experiences.
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
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Dr. Jeremy Weisz is the Co-founder of Rise25 Media, a company that helps B2B business owners connect with their ideal prospects, referral partners, and strategic partners through a done-for-you podcast service. Dr. Weisz has been involved in podcasting for 11 years and was a senior producer for one of the early business podcasts where he helped to …
 
The Orioles are a mess...it is what it is. There's no reason to be angry about it, they just are. Also-content providers need to figure things out because we're not going to keep paying for both cable and all of these streaming services. It ain't happening. Midway through Hour 1, PressBox Ravens beat writer Bo Smolka joined us to discuss what the s…
 
One of the things that helped Edith and her family no end during lockdown was having access to the entire Pixar back catalogue through Disney Plus. She and her two boys watched virtually all of the movies and shorts again for the umpteenth time, so it was a real joy for us to welcome to the animator, writer and director Dan Scanlon to Soundtracking…
 
It was another great week on the show as Dan from Bastille joined us live on FaceTime to tell us all about the band’s new single which is also our Radio X Record of the Week! And it’s an absolute banger! We also had what was possibly our BEST Who Are You Guest yet...Pablo Escobar’s ACTUAL SON! ?? And if that’s not enough to entice you into this wee…
 
We're making moves to protect the authenticity of where our fruit and veges come from. The $6 billion industry has come under increased pressure recently to let consumers know about food safety and the environmental impact of some of their favourite products. And although some organisations are doing this now, there is no one industry standard that…
 
An energy company has been given the green light to establish a network of hydrogen fuelling stations. The Infrastructure Reference Group has approved $20-million to Hiringa Energy for the nationwide roll-out. Chief executive Andrew Clennett told Mike Hosking it will make heavy trucking more sustainable. “There’s a clear role for technology like Hy…
 
Big changes to Australia’s JobKeeper scheme will be announced on Friday in the wake of the “Victorian wave” of COVID-19 cases that is expected to cost taxpayers an extra $15 billion. And while the overhaul is largely designed to help Melburnians who face the loss of up to 400,000 jobs, the changes to the turnover test and employee eligibility will …
 
At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all. The Border. 4/10. "We need to do better. No, we don’t need to open it for all, but we need to do more. Sir John Key says so, Helen Clark says so, Sir Peter Gluckman in that report some weeks back says so, and Rob Fyfe says so. Our…
 
Māori leaders say they have no faith in Oranga Tamariki and the chief executive needs to go after the latest report into the organisation found it was routinely taking newborns without whānau consultation. The Chief Ombudsman's report He Take Kōhukihuki, A Matter of Urgency, found that Oranga Tamariki was routinely taking newborns without whānau co…
 
President Donald Trump said Wednesday he'll probably deliver his Republican convention acceptance speech from the White House now that plans to hold the event in two battleground states have been foiled by coronavirus concerns and restrictions. Such a move would mark an unprecedented use of public property for partisan political purposes, and congr…
 
MPs are hitting the campaign trail for the next six weeks. Parliament has adjourned ahead of the General Election on September 19. Former United Future leader Peter Dunne told Mike Hosking it will be a referendum on the government's handling of the pandemic. "The National Party are either for what has been done for Covid, or against it. In that sor…
 
I end the week in a level of some despair. Every home needs masks, so says Ashley Bloomfield. He wanted level two to last longer but the government overruled him. So I guess that indicates that he's running this programme by himself as opposed to being directed by a government that wants us freaking out long enough to reelect them. But if you belie…
 
Worksite temperature testing and giving staff the choice to work from home are just some of the ways New Zealand's biggest companies have been staying prepared for a possible second wave of Covid-19. The threat posed by a potential second outbreak has been highlighted by Covid-19's recent spread in Victoria in Australia, which has plunged into a se…
 
The Orioles aren't just losing, they're not even bothering to score a run or two. That's...less than ideal, even if losing is a necessary evil. Can we see Ryan Mountcastle soon? Please? Early in Hour 1, our friend/Orioles broadcaster Brett Hollander joined us to talk about the strange nature of the last week, the Mountcastle issue and whether he's …
 
Ever considered partnering up with your spouse or another family member? Today's guests Elliot and Chrissy Smith did just that when they left stable careers to flip, wholesale, and buy rental properties together in Washington state. Running the business together wasn't easy on their marriage. In fact, they almost got divorced. Fast forward to today…
 
Two major polices, one I liked, one I didn’t, yet both of them failed and seemingly failed miserably. I called KiwiBuild bluff in October and November of 2017 before the government had even been formed. Even an amateur could see they were never going to build those houses in those numbers. It’s a policy that should haunt them forever, it sums up in…
 
Tami Neilson has kept herself busy recently, releasing her new album Chickaboom this year. She's also kept in touch with her native Canada and has been hosting an online show for her fans. Now, she finally gets to tour her album - with a nationwide tour planned September. Tami Neilson joined Mike Hosking to give us an update on her music career. LI…
 
Kiwis may not be able to leave the country, but at least our apples are. The apple and pear industry believes it's on track to becoming a $1 billion industry by 2022, and a $2 billion industry by 2030. To put that into perspective, at the last census, meat was $5.5 billion and fruit overall was $1.2 billion. NZAPI chief executive Alan Pollard told …
 
As Lebanese rescuers counted the dead and combed rubble for signs of life a day after a huge explosion shattered swaths of Beirut, nations near and far pledged Wednesday that the country, already trapped in a deep economic crisis, would not be left alone. The explosion at the capital’s port that killed at least 135 and injured thousands, with shock…
 
Who knew? We have read this all wrong. Covid-19 is actually good for the economy, why didn’t we get it here faster? The unemployment number, originally forecast to be 9.8 percent, is in fact a jobs machine. 4 percent is your headline rate as of yesterday. It was 4.2, so it's trending down. That lockdown was good for jobs. All those stories you hear…
 
It's roamed the Earth for perhaps 250 million years, but tuatara have only now yielded their genetic secrets – and they're unlike anything scientists have ever seen. A world-first study, published today, reveals the rare reptile's entire genetic makeup, or genome, is more than two-thirds bigger than our own – and helps confirm its evolutionary posi…
 
Officials in Scotland ordered bars, cafes and restaurants in the city of Aberdeen to close Wednesday, re-imposing anti-virus restrictions after a cluster of 54 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the area was linked to a single bar. Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the new cases raised wider alarm of a “significant outbreak” of the coronavirus …
 
Investigators began searching through the wreckage of Beirut's port for clues to the cause of the massive explosion that ripped across the Lebanese capital, and the government ordered port officials put under house arrest amid speculation that negligence was to blame. The investigation is focusing on how 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate, a highly exp…
 
A Government advisor says New Zealanders will need to get used to the idea of looser border restrictions. A New Zealand Herald Kantar Vote 2020 poll shows 68 per cent of people think our border policy should be kept as it is. But Rob Fyfe, who's advising the Government on its Covid 19 response, told Mike Hosking the policy will need to change. He's…
 
The Minister of Finance is sounding a warning New Zealand is unlikely to escape global economic fallout from Covid-19, with unemployment numbers expected to swell close to 10 per cent in coming months. Grant Robertson today told Newstalk ZB's Mike Hosking yesterday's shock unemployment rate drop to 4 per cent in the June was a "good result" but the…
 
Today, I speak with Lee Arnold, someone I’ve known for about a decade. He is someone I hold in high regard and respect him for his ability to have built his business based on biblical principles. We discuss how his personal history led him to his current career, as well as how his faith guides him in business. We also talk about his experience with…
 
It's #WouldYouRatherWednesday here on GCR, presented by Glory Days Grill. Would you rather the Orioles call Ryan Mountcastle up today and have him hit so well he leads the team to the number seven seed in the playoffs OR they keep giving Chris Davis daily at bats and they end up with the #3 pick in the Draft? Midway through Hour 1, PressBox Fantasy…
 
In this special Theme Song Throwback, longtime WWE composer Jim Johnston breaks down his process for writing entrance themes for some of the most iconic characters in sports entertainment. Jim reveals how John Williams' themes for Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker inspired his approach to good guys and bad guys, his experience writing songs with rock …
 
Kenny and Robert begin the show with a special “Theme Song Throwback” segment joined by longtime WWE composer Jim Johnston. The maestro of the squared circle reveals his secrets for writing the most iconic entrance themes of professional wrestling’s top superstars including The Undertaker, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Goldust. Then, Oscar and Grammy…
 
A Facebook page started to help small businesses during Covid has blossomed into a brand new online shopping platform. Sarah Colcord started the 'New Zealand Made Products' page after she found it hard to promote her own business, and it quickly grew to half a million fans. The 24-year-old's capitalising on that success, re-branding the Facebook pa…
 
Labour says the Government's amped up Covid-19 messaging isn't a political campaign, and National agrees. A refreshed Covid-19 campaign is reminding New Zealanders to "Be Ready" and seek medical advice if they have symptoms. Speaking to Mike Hosking, Police Minister Stuart Nash refutes claims the 'say yes to the test' is a 'political campaign aroun…
 
Victorian Police Commissioner Shane Patton has detailed a “shameful” and “disgraceful” incident in a bayside Melbourne suburb last night after a woman was approached for failing to wear a mask outside. He was describing the challenges facing officers as individuals across Victoria refuse to obey the chief health officer’s COVID-19 stage four lockdo…
 
National says it would honour the commitments already made in the Provincial Growth Fund, if it becomes the next government. The fund has come under scrutiny, in a report by the Auditor-General. It makes three recommendations around the fund's effectiveness and transparency in decision making. National regional development spokesman Michael Woodhou…
 
Victorian authorities have imposed some of the toughest restrictions in the world on residents living in Melbourne. As of yesterday, the Australian state has 6706 active cases. The Australian reporter Rachel Baxendale told Mike Hosking officials haven't been able to find the source for more than 2100 cases. She says it's a pretty awful situation be…
 
In the early days of the coronavirus crisis, President Donald Trump was flanked in the White House briefing room by a team of public health experts in a seeming portrait of unity to confront the disease that was ravaging the globe. But as the crisis has spread to all reaches of the country, with escalating deaths and little sense of endgame, a chas…
 
The country's top health official today reiterated a dire warning that New Zealand should brace for a second wave of Covid-19 to sweep through the community, similar to the outbreak wreaking havoc in Victoria. Director general of health Dr Ashley Bloomfield said the health ministry had been sounding the warning about the prospect of community trans…
 
I talked yesterday to a woman who runs a tourism business who received a decent chunk of money out of the tourism side of the government's support programme. It was $900,000. $500,000 in grant money and $400,000, if needed, in a loan. She was grateful but slightly guilty given others had not been as successful as she has been. Her business is one o…
 
Employment figures for the June quarter are due out today. They'll include the Level 4 lockdown and are forecast to be higher than the 4.2 percent recorded for the March quarter. Senior economist Liz Kendall says the bank is predicting unemployment to sit about 5.7 per cent, similar to what was seen around the Global Financial Crisis. She told Mike…
 
The Act Party has proposed a significant shake-up when it comes to which days MPs work at Parliament in a bid to reduce climate change. His party's proposal, released this evening as part of Act's "no-nonsense" climate change policy, is to limit MPs' air travel. "Instead of preaching about the planet, politicians should lead by example when it come…
 
Terry Mesnard of Gayly Dreadful brings some new blood (pardon the pun) to I Do Movies Badly to discuss films of the Queer Vampire Cycle. Terry talks about how his love for horror started with A Nightmare on Elm Street and its drag villain, explores how queer coded characters emerged out of a film industry and American society that didn't want to ac…
 
Nick Denboer aka Smearballs Topics Nick Denboer aka Smearballs is here to tell us how he managed to create the “Pomegranate” music video for Deadmau5 in such a short amount of time. Links Pomegranate Official Music Video Smearballs.com/ Brigade - Daylight System Test CAN ROLL C4D XPRESSO RIG (Graham Bucknell) Cascadeur Realtime rendering in Cinema …
 
The storm is unpleasant-but at least it's fast-moving. That HAS to be a good thing, right? Maybe we could even play baseball tonight? Weird. And the Antonio Brown conversation STILL won't go away. At the bottom of Hour 1, former Oriole Richard Bleier joined us to discuss being dealt to his hometown Marlins, what his years in Baltimore meant to him,…
 
The economic downturn caused by Covid-19 has seen thousand of restaurants and hospitality venues reduce their operating hours. A Restaurant Association survey has found that almost 70 per cent of its members have adjusted their operating hours since New Zealand returned to Alert level one. CEO Marisa Bidois told Mike Hosking some places are opting …
 
The UK's troubled response to the coronavirus pandemic became even more confused on Monday, as government guidance seemingly at odds with itself rolled out across England, pushing the four nations of the UK further apart. From Monday, employers in England can ask staff to return to workplaces if they believe they are Covid-19 safe. When the policy …
 
Ben Bayly is a Kiwi chef who's done it all. He's run restaurants all over the world, including in Australia, the US, France and here in New Zealand. He became a household name as a judge on My Kitchen Rules New Zealand. Ben's back on the screen with A New Zealand Food Story, it tells the story of his journey to open his new restaurant and takes us …
 
Accusations of abuse, over-training and fat-shaming of athletes as young as 8 have been levelled at one of the country's largest gymnastics programmes. Multiple parents of children enrolled in competitive gymnastics at Auckland's North Harbour club have told of their concerns at the behaviour of coaches in the nationally acclaimed programme, prompt…
 
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