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The financial podcast that can help you take control over your money and your life, hosted by one of America’s favorite financial experts and #1 New York Times bestselling author David Bach. With a staggering 10 consecutive New York Times bestsellers under his belt, it’s no wonder that beginners and pros alike turn to David to help them turn their money woes into real wealth. Now he’s bringing that treasure chest of wisdom straight to you, anytime, anywhere. The David Bach Show is your key t ...
 
Monstrosity is a podcast hosted by Los Angeles comedian and paranormal enthusiast David Race. Each episode features David Race and comedian or celebrity guests discussing Bigfoot, UFOs, ghosts, and other creatures, with a paranormal expert. You don't want to miss an episode of Monstrosity, because when David Race and his guests get together, the outcome is always "scary funny".
 
On the Keys, produced by South Carolina Public Radio, is about the most versatile of instruments, the piano. But it also features the organ, the harpsichord and most anything that has a keyboard or manual. In this podcast, David Kiser presents contemporary pieces for the piano, highlights forgotten pianists, talks with young musicians, tells musical stories, and sometimes explores the inner-workings of music. CALL TO ACTION: If you have written for the piano and want your work to be consider ...
 
From 1986-1992, The Cathouse was at the epicenter of the Hollywood Rock scene. Some of the biggest bands in rock would play unannounced shows at the Cathouse but it wasn't the performances by bands like Guns n Roses, Motorhead, Alice Cooper, Pearl Jam, Faster Pussycat, Black Crows (the list goes on) that put Cathouse on the map. It was the sleaze and debauchery, the Raunch 'n' Roll. Riki Rachtman former host of MTV's Headbangers Ball owned the Cathouse. He opened it with his roommate Taime D ...
 
As IoT continues to shape our lives in a world that is transforming – often in ways we don’t even realize – Pete Bernard from Microsoft takes listeners on a journey through the world of IoT thought leaders to explore their vision of the future and what IoT will do to shape it. Listen in to the IoT Unicorn podcast series as he explores how their individual journeys were moulded by technology and get answers to how they’re currently using IoT, what motivates them to create, and their perspecti ...
 
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In this episode, I’m super excited to be speaking with my new friend and powerhouse entrepreneur, Jamie Kern Lima. Jamie is the co-founder of IT Cosmetics and the first female chief executive in L'Oréal’s history. She has also been featured on the Forbes list of “America’s Richest Self-Made Women” since 2017, and is one of the most recognizable fac…
 
Kazuo Ishiguro has just published his eighth novel, the first to be written since he won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2017 and was knighted. Klara and the Sun is about an Artificial Friend, a robot whose role is to be a companion to the teenage Josie, though it becomes apparent that more may be expected of Klara. With resonances of two of his p…
 
More than any other canonical English writer, Geoffrey Chaucer lived and worked at the centre of political life—yet his poems are anything but conventional. Edgy, complicated, and often dark, they reflect a conflicted world, and their astonishing diversity and innovative language earned Chaucer renown as the father of English literature. Marion Tur…
 
We Survived! Don’t miss the Bus! When COVID-19 shut our production down in its tracks in early March 2020, we didn’t let this preverbal flat tyre from keep us from doing what we love. We kept rehearsing via digital technologies and continued to work tirelessly during lock down to finish over 200 spectacular costumes, and styling the 100 wigs that w…
 
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Music for Reflection & Music for Celebration Johann Sebastian Bach’s glorious music returns to Melbourne Recital Centre’s Elisabeth Murdoch Hall this March in two signature concerts surveying his genius. Shifting from an atmosphere of reflection into celebration and featuring everything from intimate solo to large string ensem…
 
Katyń, a new play by Jim Daly, has its world premiere on 3 March 2021, a month short to the day of the 81st anniversary of the first transport of Polish officer prisoners to the killing-ground in the Katyń forest in the Soviet of Belorussia in 1940. The perpetrators were the Soviet NKVD (Security Police) under the direction of its chief Lavrenty B…
 
Melbourne’s most dynamic and exciting new performance venue, the BRUNSWICK BALLROOM is thrilled to announce the Opening Gala will be hosted by one of Australia’s most prolific and multi-talented performing artists Eddie Perfect alongside hilarious and captivating newcomer Margot Tanjutco. The BRUNSWICK BALLROOM OPENING GALA will take place on Thurs…
 
Flesh After Fifty is an exploration of older women in art. Through the mediums of photography, video, sculpture, painting and prints, the exhibition celebrates positive images of women over the age of 50 who have lived a bit and ‘have the bodies to prove it’. Alongside the free exhibition, Flesh after Fifty presents a provocatively diverse and ente…
 
Stephen returns to talk to the Sunday Arts magazine team about all things Film. The post Stephen A Russell returns to talk to David and Neil about FILMS! appeared first on Sunday Arts Magazine.By JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities
 
We review a new biopic of jazz singer Billie Holiday, directed by Lee Daniels, which tells the story of the FBI’s campaign against her. They were afraid that performing her most famous song Strange Fruit, about the lynching of Black Americans, would incite unrest. Andra Day stars as Holiday. Barb Jungr and Be Manzini give their verdict, comment on …
 
In the late-18th century, a group of publishers in what historian Robert Darnton calls the "Fertile Crescent" — countries located along the French border, stretching from Holland to Switzerland — pirated the works of prominent (and often banned) French writers and distributed them in France, where laws governing piracy were in flux and any notion o…
 
Artists Gilbert & George open a new exhibition at the White Cube next week. The pair first met in 1967 whilst studying sculpture at Central St Martin’s art college. They’ve lived and worked together in East London for fifty years. The show - New Normal Pictures - consists of twenty-six new pictures which feature the pair in gritty London landscapes…
 
Lori Cox Han and Caroline Heldman, both scholars of gender and politics as well as scholars of the American Presidency, have assembled a wide array of essays[*] to revisit the question about whether “we” are ready for the first female president of the United States, and what the path might look like to arrive at that glass-ceiling shattering event.…
 
As she is awarded one of British crime writing’s top accolades, the Crime Writers’ Association Diamond Dagger, Samira talks to crime novelist Martina Cole. Hailed as the Queen of Crime Drama, Cole has written 25 novels and sold 10 million books since records began but her work is rarely reviewed - so what’s her secret?Under the road map unveiled by…
 
Is eating your wife's placenta considered cannibalism? We sit down and discuss all the fakeness on TV and social media and what it tells us about society these days. -- Thank you to our sponsors: SoulCycle: Go to MySoulCycleBike.com/NOCHASER and use promo code: NOCHASER to get a FREE pair of at-home cycling shoes with your purchase. MVMT: Go to MVM…
 
She'll pin you down, rub her feet on your face, put you in a chokehold and you'll pay her to do it. Miss Scorpion joins us as we explore the world of Session Wrestling. We talk wrestling holds, sexual freedom and Peter Pan requests. Then, we countdown the Top 5 Kinds of Nuts. Miss Scorpion: 01:11 Pointless: 36:08 Top 5 Nuts: 50:32 Contact the Show …
 
When John Foster Dulles died in 1959, he was given the largest American state funeral since Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s in 1945. President Eisenhower called Dulles—his longtime secretary of state—“one of the truly great men of our time,” and a few years later the new commercial airport outside Washington, DC, was christened the Dulles International…
 
John Keats was just 25 when he died in Rome 200 years ago. To mark the anniversary The Poetry Society has commissioned new work from award-winning contemporary poets responding to Keats’s work, and two of them – Rachael Boast and Will Harris – join us to share their poems and discuss why Keats is still important to contemporary writers 200 hundred …
 
In Women's War: Fighting and Surviving the Civil War (Harvard UP, 2019), the award-winning author of Confederate Reckoning challenges the idea that women are outside of war, through a trio of dramatic stories revealing women's transformative role in the American Civil War. We think of war as a man's world, but women have always played active roles …
 
As the Prime Minister sets out his roadmap to ending the Covid lockdown we get reaction from Dominique Frazer, Founder of the Boileroom, a music venue in Guildford, and Hamish Moseley, Managing Director of an independent film distribution company Altitude Film Entertainment, and ask if this offers them enough information to start to plan for the ye…
 
How do we understand the nuances of efforts by Christian conservatives to affect American law – and evaluate their success? What lessons do they hold for other social movements? Dr. Amanda Hollis-Brusky, associate professor of politics at Pomona College and Dr. Joshua C. Wilson, professor of Political Science at the University of Denver join the po…
 
Beyond the Pleasure Garden along with how many people would like to attend Works on display 18 th Feb to April 4 th . Don”t miss out on owning a unique piece of fine artwork . Selection s of over 27 years of @gerardandmarc making magic part of @chilloutfestival_daylesford @palais_hepburn @matthewryan_mr @lizzisharp @cpl_digital @kevincooperco @phas…
 
Lunar New Year is one of the most special events on the calendar, because it shows that something as fixed as the start of the year can be interpreted differently by different cultures. The fact that it’s celebrated across the world tells us how far we’ve come as a multicultural global community, and I think that’s wonderful,” says Mark. The Chines…
 
Experimenta announces its most ambitious triennial: Experimenta Life Forms 2021—2023 Experimenta, champion of art unbound by convention, announces its most ambitious international triennial to date – Experimenta Life Forms: International Triennial of Media Art. Exploring our changing relationship and definitions of life forms, this triennial is Exp…
 
Featuring the iconic music of Benny Andersson & Björn Ulvaeus (ABBA) with book & lyrics by Tim Rice, the worldwide stage hit CHESS THE MUSICAL will be presented as a semi-staged concert style production featuring Logie-nominated and recent star of CHICAGONatalie Bassingthwaighte (Grease, Rent, Love, Loss, and What I Wore); Aria chart-topping vocali…
 
Geelong Gallery 55 Little Malop Street Geelong VIC 3220 Australia Geelong Gallery 27 February to 16 May 2021 Geelong Gallery is proud to announce the rescheduling of RONE in Geelong following nationwide gallery closures due […] http://media.blubrry.com/sunday_arts_magazine/p/joy.org.au/sundayarts/wp-content/uploads/sites/276/2021/02/Rone.mp3 Podcas…
 
Rohan talks about all things Arts. http://media.blubrry.com/sunday_arts_magazine/p/joy.org.au/sundayarts/wp-content/uploads/sites/276/2021/02/Rohan.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 12:00 — 13.7MB) Subscribe or Follow Us: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS The post Rohan is back talking to David, Neil and John abou…
 
Leicester Curve’s recent award-winning revival of the musical The Color Purple, based on Alice Walker’s novel, has been reimagined, filmed and is being streamed for audiences. Dreda Say Mitchell and David Benedict review. David Rodigan joins us to celebrate the life of the great Jamaican musician U-Roy, who died recently. He was a master of the toa…
 
A tale of passion and obsession from a philosophy professor who learns to play Bach on the piano as an adult. Dan Moller grew up listening to heavy metal in the Boston suburbs. But one day, something shifted when he dug out his mother's record of The Art of the Fugue, inexplicably wedged between ABBA's greatest hits and Kenny Rogers. Moller was fix…
 
Dame Sarah Connolly sings the role of the goddess Fricka in the Royal Opera House's production of Wagner's The Ring Cycle, currently being broadcast on BBC Radio 3. She discusses the challenge of performing this 15 hour operatic epic. Chris Brandon on writing the new BBC crime drama series Bloodlands - which stars James Nesbitt as a detective - is …
 
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