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Short podcasts from inside the classroom and longer sit-down conversations with celebrities and creative Inspirers. Anthony is an award-winning writer-director-producer, creativity expert, inspirational speaker, and artistic director of Anthony Meindl’s Actor Workshop (AMAW) with studios in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, London, Atlanta, Sydney, Toronto, and Vancouver. His unique approach to acting (and creativity) is no-nonsense and based on the assumption that we can all do it. Because we ...
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A VO's Journey is about helping new voiceover artists grow their business by listening to my journey to becoming a full-time voice actor. I have been an actor, coach, director, and teacher for over 20 years. I started six years ago in the voice-over industry and wanted to create a way to document my journey so other voice over actors could benefit from it. Voiceover is now my life, and I love every moment of it.
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Hosted by Denley McIntosh, The Coach's Corner explores life, both personally and professionally, with the goal of coaching and empowering others to listen with compassion, act with courage and live with purpose and joy in the community of others. Learn more at: https://missionmatters.com/author/denley-mcintosh/
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Wisdom to replenish and orient in a tender, tumultuous time to be alive. Spiritual inquiry, science, social healing, and poetry. Conversations to live by. With a 20-year archive featuring luminaries like Mary Oliver, Thich Nhat Hanh, and Desmond Tutu, each episode brings a new discovery about the immensity of our lives. Hosted by Krista Tippett, Learn more about the On Being Project’s work in the world at onbeing.org.
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Media & Monuments

Women in Film and Video (DC)

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The biweekly podcast "Media & Monuments" features conversations with industry professionals speaking on a wide range of topics of interest to screen-based media makers. The series is a great resource for creators and collaborators who want to learn more about filmmaking, production, and all that goes into bringing projects to life. Our show is a great place to learn, find inspiration, discover communities of support, and celebrate our shared passion for film, television, video and visual sto ...
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Meet the humans designing the future. Go behind the scenes to meet the people designing what's next in the world of products, services and experiences. Brought to you by frog, a global design and strategy consultancy. frog is part of Capgemini Invent. www.frog.co
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AlzAuthors: Untangling Alzheimer's & Dementia

AlzAuthors Featured on The Whole Care Network

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Welcome to the AlzAuthors podcast! We’re so glad you found us. We are the global community of authors writing about Alzheimer's and dementia from personal experience to light the way for others. Join us as one of our authors shares their dementia journey, revealing intimate details and painfully obtained knowledge to help others currently on this path. We hope our stories offer comfort and support as we strive to break the silence and stigma surrounding a dementia diagnosis. May one of our a ...
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DENISE WELCH INTRODUCES HER BRAND NEW PODCAST, 'DENISE WELCH'S JUICY CRACK'! This is Denise unedited, candid and unfiltered, speaking about her life, family, friends, career and mental health. The 'real Denise Welch', having guested on countless other podcasts, now has her own show - a podcast that's about... well... it's not really 'about' anything! Denise shares her opinions, life events and mental health journey. If you've got any questions for Denise, or would like to know more about any ...
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The climate crisis is the defining challenge of our lifetimes. Its scale defies comprehension, and conceals its true nature – not as one gigantic issue, but as many. Even those of us who accept the science and urgency of the climate crisis can struggle to act on our own knowledge and values. No matter who we are, our minds are subject to the Dragons of Climate Inaction: 36 different species of rationalizations – stories we tell ourselves consciously and subconsciously, shaping all of our dec ...
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A wealthy philanthropist adopts an abandoned baby he finds in a railway station waiting room. The child grows into a fine, upstanding young man. When his benefactor dies, he is made the guardian of the old man's lovely young daughter. But unknown to everyone, he leads a double life that even his best friend knows nothing about... If you thought that this has all the makings of a most sinister and diabolical plot, you couldn't be more mistaken. The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde i ...
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Barry M. Putt, Jr. beamed into the Playwright's Spotlight from New Jersey to discuss the medium of the audio drama, a throwback and homage to radio plays of the 30s and 40s. We breakdown the differences in elements of traditional playwriting vs the audio drama, i.e., setting up the scene, dialogue, sound effects, music, etc. We also talk about conv…
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In this special double-host, double-guest episode, hosts Tara Jabbari and Candice Bloch sit down with Caitlin Durante and Jamie Loftus, the co-hosts of the popular podcast, The Bechdel Cast. The quartet of podcasters discuss The Bechdel Cast, a weekly podcast from iHeartRadio, that dives into the representation of women and other underrepresented g…
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In this all-new episode, Krista engages biomimicry pioneer Janine Benyus in a second, urgent conversation, alongside creative biomimicry practitioner Azita Ardakani Walton. Together they trace precise guidance and applied wisdom from the natural world for the civilizational callings before us now. What does nature have to teach us about healing fro…
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Today on our show, we’re diving deeper into last episode’s conversation on consumer responsibility. You’ll soon be listening in on a chat recorded live in London between Bhavesh Unadkat, Vice President of Brand and Marketing UK, frog; Sharon Jiggins, Managing Director, 23red, also part of Capgemini Invent; and Matt Gratze, Former Director of Digita…
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Vicki Tapia is a founder of AlzAuthors and the author of Somebody Stole My Iron: A Family Memoir of Dementia. In this replay of a recent Aging and Amazing book club discussion, Vicki shares profound insights from her personal experiences. She discusses how caring for two parents with dementia placed a considerable strain on her personal support sys…
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Oprah Winfrey once said, “Hope is not a plan.” While this statement holds true, it’s essential to recognize that hope serves as our pulse—a sign that life still flows within us. When hope wanes, we risk becoming lifeless, mere shells of ourselves. The will to carry on diminishes, and we find ourselves adrift. Hope isn’t merely a nice-to-have; it’s …
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In a time of stress, uncertainty, and isolation, Christine Runyan turns our attention to what often evades our awareness — the response of our nervous systems. As part of On Being’s 2021 Midwinter Gathering, she offered this brief, practical, gently guided practice as an invitation to befriend your beleaguered body, to “blanket it with a little bit…
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Fail Early And Fail Often In Voice Over In this video I discuss the importance of failing fast and failing often in voice over. SPECIAL FOR A VO'S JOURNEY ELITE ACADEMY: https://www.avosjourney.com/a-vos-journey-elite Learn more about my MAKE $20K ON FIVERR FOR VOICE OVER: https://www.avosjourney.com/how-to-make-20k-on-fiverr-for-voice-over We have…
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The years of pandemic and lockdown are still working powerfully on us from the inside. But we have trouble acknowledging this, much less metabolizing it. This conversation with Christine Runyan, which took place in the dark middle of those years, helps make sense of our present of still-unfolding epidemic distress — as individuals, as communities, …
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Playwright Boni B. Alvarez stopped by Playwright's Spotlight during the run of his historic play Mix-Mix: The Filipino Adventures of a German Jewish Boy. In such, we discuss approaching historical figures and events and flashbacks on stage. We also discuss his approach to writing "in threads," being married to material, finding momentum, and addres…
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Welcome to another insightful episode of Untangling Alzheimer's and Dementia, and a replay of our recent book club with Aging and Amazing. In this episode, we bring together a panel of poets who share a common thread—each has navigated the challenges of caring for a loved one with dementia. Your hosts, Marianne Sciucco and Ann Campanella, along wit…
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Pick Your Voice Over Niche In this episode, I share my thoughts on one of the top 3 questions I get asked as a voice over coach. How to do I pick my voice over niche and what is my voice good for? MEMORIAL DAY SPECIAL FOR A VO'S JOURNEY ELITE ACADEMY: https://www.avosjourney.com/a-vos-journey-elite Learn more about my MAKE $20K ON FIVERR FOR VOICE …
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Lady Whistledown has news: Dearest Gentle Listener - Bridgerton is back! The Regency period romantic drama from Shonda Rhimes dropped on May 16 on Netflix. In this episode, host Sandra Abrams chats with many members of the talented production team to learn how Season 3 came together. Sandra discusses the music with Oscar-winner Kris Bowers, the war…
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We are overjoyed to share this heart-stirring performance with you, which transpired when we invited the ornithologist/poet/former On Being guest J. Drew Lanham to offer some poetry at a live On Being event in January 2024. We could not have imagined the lightning in a bottle that unfolded — a live adaptation of the title poem that appears in Drew'…
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Here is a stunning sentence for you, written by Lyndsey Stonebridge, our guest this hour, channeling the 20th-century political thinker and journalist Hannah Arendt: "Loneliness is the bully that coerces us into giving up on democracy." This conversation is a kind of guide to generative shared deliberations we might be having with each other and ou…
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MEMORIAL DAY SPECIAL FOR A VO'S JOURNEY ELITE ACADEMY: https://www.avosjourney.com/a-vos-journey-elite Uncover the secrets to creating a strategic plan for your voice over business, maintaining laser-sharp focus, and committing to excellence. In this episode, you'll gain practical tips on setting achievable goals, managing your time effectively, an…
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A taste of a special mini-season of Poetry Unbound — bringing contemplative curiosity and the life-nurturing tether of poetry to the very present matter of conflict in our world. In this first offering, Pádraig introduces the intriguing idea of poems as teachers and ponders Wisława Szymborska’s “A Word on Statistics," translated by Joanna Trzeciak.…
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What do you do when your life is falling apart? When the people you depend on seem to have walked out, leaving you alone? How do you pick up the broken pieces and start again? In a time of global change and disruptions, many lives have been unexpectedly shattered. How do you pivot and recreate your life? In this podcast, we’ll explore how to start …
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Join A VO's Journey Elite Academy for only $24 this Memorial Day! (https://www.avosjourney.com/a-vos-journey-elite) Plus, get 30% off all courses. Elevate your voice over career with expert coaching, exclusive resources, and a supportive community. Don't miss out—this offer ends soon! In this episode, we dive into the essential steps to kickstart y…
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In today’s episode, Anthony chats with casting director, Paul Ruddy. With 20 years in the business Paul has cast live theater, TV, and over 130 Lifetime movies. The two talk about the world of casting relating to LGBTQ+ characters vs. actors, how actors should approach social media, self taping and in person auditions, and moving through the world …
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Ep. 270: Audition, Audition, Audition For Voice Over Work Welcome to another episode of A VO's Journey, the podcast dedicated to helping new and upcoming voice actors start and grow their voice over business! 🎤✨ In today's episode, "Audition, Audition, Audition For Voice Over Work," we explore the vital practice of non-stop auditioning. Consistent …
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Ep. 269: Chase Perfection, Catch Excellence **Embracing Excellence in Voice Acting** Join us on this episode as we explore the pursuit of excellence over perfection in the voice acting world. We delve into why aiming for perfection might be a never-ending journey, but striving for excellence can lead to remarkable achievements. We also discuss the …
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There is an ecological transformation unfolding in the places we love and come from. On a front edge of this reality, which will affect us all, Colette Pichon Battle is a singular model of brilliance and graciousness of mind and spirit and action. And to be with her is to open to the way the stories we tell have blunted us to the courage we’re call…
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Ep. 268: Failing Forward In Your Voice Over Journey Welcome to today's episode where we dive deep into the paradox of success in the voice over industry—embracing failure. Many of us fear failure so intensely that it paralyzes our ability to take the risks essential for success. This fear not only prevents action but can ultimately lead to the down…
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Ep. 267: 3 Ways To Make Money In Voice Over In this episode I discuss the 3 most important ways that I believe you can use right now to make money in voice over. These methods help you cut through the mess and really get your journey off on the right foot. SPECIAL FOR A VO'S JOURNEY ELITE ACADEMY: https://www.avosjourney.com/a-vos-journey-elite Lea…
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David Johann Kim stopped by Playwright's Spotlight to discuss his two new simultaneous running plays and the process in which they were developed, their similarities surrounding the same historical event, and the collaborative process working with two different troupes and directors and his "overnight" success. We also discuss the value of workshop…
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Most brands will tell you they put the customer first. But how far are they really willing to go? For instance, how many companies make consumer needs priority over the fiscal bottom line? How many brands would be willing to recommend a competitor's product if it served their customer's needs better? Probably not a lot. In our newest frog report, '…
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Ep. 266: What Success Looks Like In our show today, I talk about what actual voice over success in our business looks like. You might be surprised at what I have to say. The glitz and the glam are not what success looks like ... I go into what it actually takes and what you can expect. SPECIAL FOR A VO'S JOURNEY ELITE ACADEMY: https://www.avosjourn…
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Professional stuntwoman, motion capture performer, and champion martial artist, Thekla Hutyrova sits down with host Candice Bloch for a fun conversation all about bringing action to our screens - on film, television, and in video games. Thekla has worked on films such as Alita: Battle Angel, Logan, and Deadpool 2, shows such as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.…
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In her writing, it is Kate DiCamillo's gift to make bearable the fact that joy and sorrow live so close, side by side, in life as it is (if not as we wish it to be). In this conversation, along with good measures of raucous laughter and a few tears, Kate summons us to hearts "capacious enough to contain the complexities and mysteries of ourselves a…
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In the ever-evolving landscape of education, a familiar concept is making a triumphant return: apprenticeship. Once relegated to the annals of history, this age-old practice is now gaining traction in schools and beyond. Why the resurgence? Because theory alone cannot forge true competence. To truly excel, students must not only study their craft b…
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A special two-month season of On Being starts May 9. Freshly curated conversations from across the On Being archive. Big new conversations and extra offerings. To be present to the suffering and sorrow of this world from a place of love. To accompany each other in this — and accompany the young. To honor the fragility of being human. To keep our ca…
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Perhaps you can’t cure or even prevent Alzheimer’s, but what if you could slow the disease progression? Want to unlock the secrets to living in the moment with Alzheimer's? Get ready to embrace practical advice and actionable insights for a positive journey with Alzheimer's and dementia in this podcast with Danel Gibbs, MD. He’s a retired neurologi…
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Michelle Kholos Brooks sat in the Playwright's Spotlight for a wonderful conversation about her approach to the craft. We talked about the rehearsal process with the return of her play Hitler's Tasters in which we touch on writing transitions, the effects of Covid on this particular piece and the different renditions prior to publication as well as…
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Israeli director, Anna Somershaf sits down with host Sandra Abrams in this episode to talk about her award-winning feature documentary, Women of Valor. The film follows the odyssey of Esty Shushan, an orthodox mother and wife, as she seeks to change the law for Haredi women to be elected representatives to Israel's Knesset. Over a five year period,…
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Our children are facing unprecedented challenges, and they need our support more than ever. As the U.S. Surgeon General aptly stated, these difficulties are uniquely complex and difficult to navigate. Despite our best intentions, many of us find ourselves unsure of how to help. There’s no simple solution, and the path forward is far from straightfo…
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In today’s episode, Anthony chats with actor Nina Kiri. Nina is known for her role as Alma in the first five seasons of the Hulu series The Handmaid's Tale. Nina shares her audition process, how she went from having two lines in the first episode to a recurring role, and the importance of making things your own- finding those moments of creativity …
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The Futurescape: a place where reality is challenged everyday by the evolution of AI, where the devices we use to measure our sense of wellness might negatively affect our health if we don't unplug every once in a while, and where our relationship with the very notion of change is constantly changing. Of course, it’s also the subject of frog’s late…
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Delight in the surprising journey of Ruth Stevens, from crafting a stage play to penning a heartfelt novel about Alzheimer's. Delve into the unexpected twists and turns as Ruth shares her personal experiences and the emotional impact of her work. Stay tuned for eye-opening insights on turning personal stories into fiction and a sneak peek into her …
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Playwright Oliver Mayer joined us before the premiere of his new play Ghost Waltz. Oliver shares his experience writing operas, the medium's influence on his playwriting and the musicality of English as well as the intimacy of theatre and creative control, the after affects of "crashing into the wall. We also explore writing rituals, interruptions,…
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Up-and-coming television comedy writer, Julia Lindon sits down with host Candice Bloch in this episode to chat about her journey in writing. You’ll learn more about the dynamics of the writers’ room, hear stories about leveraging connections to get in the door, and get a glimpse into the process of honing her comedy chops and bringing stories to th…
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Can you be too authentic? If so, how much is too much? TMI, aka “too much information,” is when those around you feel you’re a little too real. You’re a little too open. You’re a little too authentic. In a time where our culture encourages more and more authenticity in every sphere we walk, we’re seeing tension at best and backlash at worst for tho…
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When you’re caregiving, it can often feel like you are out there on your own without direction or resources. Sometimes, it can even feel like your healthcare providers aren’t able to meet your needs. If any of this sounds familiar, this episode will be of comfort. Our special guest is Lance A. Slatton. Lance A. Slatton, the founder of a prominent h…
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Playwright Tira Palmquist sat in the Playwright's Spotlight while rehearsing her latest play The Body's Midnight. We had a wonderful conversation discussing the benefits of table work, entering the flow state and making discoveries later in the process, the role of the playwright in rehearsals, cutting characters, time between drafts, and the tool …
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In this episode, Michael Schulman, author of "Oscar Wars: A History of Hollywood in Gold, Sweat, and Tears'' sits down with host Tara Jabbari for a conversation about notable Oscars moments and their larger significance. Michael shares how voting works for the Academy Awards, and the two discuss how the famous ceremony is a lens into how Hollywood …
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Our world is indeed grappling with immense suffering today. It feels like everywhere we look, there’s someone experiencing pain, heartache, and loss. Whether it’s on TV, social media, in our schools, or on our streets, the weight of these struggles is palpable. There’s a new epidemic, not of the lungs, but of our lives and hearts—our collective emp…
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This is a replay of our book club discussion with our friends at Aging & Amazing. "Books & Chit Chat" is a monthly book club featuring a title from the AlzAuthors collection. Throughout the month, readers participate in a discussion in the book club's Circle community at Aging & Amazing, then meet with the author for an in-depth discussion of the b…
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