Best kirshman podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Survivor just started its 29th season and we aren't the only ones talking about it. In the premiere on September 24th, Survivor not only posted improving ratings on last season, but also won its prime-time timeslot. Don't get left behind with everyone hopping back on the Survivor bandwagon! Watch Survivor. Listen to our recap. Get swept up in the phenomenon that is re-sweeping the nation: Survivor.
 
The new project from the creators of the Survivorcast discuss movies, TV, sports, or anything else that isn't Survivor related.
 
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Why do we love film festivals so much? The crazy activities, the below the radar movies, and the large quantities of stuff to buy are all a part of the charm, but my favorite aspect is talking to people, especially the artists. The creators can have so many interesting things to say and that’s where this show comes from. In the summer of 2017, ...…
 
Cyndi Doyle, law enforcement officer’s wife and licensed professional counselor sits down and talks with fellow LEO wife, Kandis Hutton, LMFT, about the transition of becoming a new parent along with her law enforcement officer husband. Intro and Outro music by Big State “Bad Timing / Bad Luck” “I Love a Cop” by Ellen Kirschman: https://www.ama ...…
 
The Pledge, the Turn, and the Prestige. Three three act stories for you, one of them is a lie. Nee Kirschman gets a 1-2-3 knock out. Michael Kass learns three lessons about his father. And Jen Curcio learns the three-step guide to becoming a 3rd grade drop out.
 
If I hulked out when i got excited, I would be full on green right now. It’s the first ever All Odd Pages. A pop culture and book podcast all about finding you your next favorite read based on one thing you might like. More details and full book list over on the website. Music from bensoundAll Odd Pages opinions are solely those of it’s creator ...…
 
I first met Catherine Kirchman in Israel last September. We were both attending a sacred sexuality festival, and where among the rather few people who didn't understand nor speak hebrew. To be strangers in a strange land far away from home drew us together and when Catherine told e she usually lives in India, we decided to meet there in January ...…
 
It's episode 19 of Season 8. On this week's show we have five tales about bloody buildings and bullies."A Party in a Church"† written by T. Weaver and performed by Matthew Bradford & Dan Zappula & Nicole Goodnight & Atticus Jackson. (Story starts around 00:06:25) "Even Demons Need to Study"† written by Jim Wicket and performed by Dan Zappula & ...…
 
It's episode 19 of Season 8. On this week's show we have five tales about bloody buildings and bullies."A Party in a Church"† written by T. Weaver and performed by Matthew Bradford & Dan Zappula & Nicole Goodnight & Atticus Jackson. (Story starts around 00:06:25) "Even Demons Need to Study"† written by Jim Wicket and performed by Dan Zappula & ...…
 
It's Galentine's Day, so Annie and Chris are answering the question on everyone's mind: What would Leslie Knope read? Also this episode, pipe bombs--the new cooking craze sweeping America? Join us at The Bookshelf on Friday, February 10, from 6 to 8 for Galentine's Day festivities, and check out our downtown partners Mode, Smith Collective, Tal ...…
 
When things go from bad...to worse...to much worse. Beowulf Jones thinks he can lose his virginity to a hooker...he can't. Nee Kirschman thinks selling her eggs is easy money...it isn't. And Horus Ra looks for protection in prison...does he get it?
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: To Resist a Trump Presidency, Ask: What Would the Abolitionists Do?Author: Linda HirshmanNarrator: Sam SchollFormat: UnabridgedLength: 8 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 11-21-16Publisher: The Washington PostGenres: Newspapers & Magazines, News & Cu ...…
 
Randy Alderson Spelling looks more like a girl than a woman. So tiny she's nearly lost in the cushions of my office couch. Her legs jut out over the floor until she scoots forward and places her feet squarely on the ground... I'm the last hurdle between her and the job she covets -- police officer for the Kenilworth Police Department.-- Ellen K ...…
 
Dear listeners, We're releasing this weeks patreon cut to the public. We wanted to share hanging out with Matt & Tim with as many of their listeners as might stop by — and we want to give anyone else, who maybe haven't made up their minds about becoming patrons, a chance to see what they're missing each week. But we haven't forsaken the patrons ...…
 
Moderator: Roya Mirmiran, DPM, FACFAS Panelists: Lauren Kishman, DPM, ACFAS; Angie Bice, Officite; Michael Dujela, DPM, FACFAS Release Date: July 15, 2016 Run Time: 35min 59sec
 
Once upon a time, the idea of a woman serving on the United States Supreme Court seemed strange, perhaps unattainable. Then along came Sandra Day O’Connor, and, a few years later, Ruth Bader Ginsberg. The Court, and the nation, haven’t been the same since.This week, author Linda Hirshman will tell us all about it. Her new book about the High Co ...…
 
Once upon a time, the idea of a woman serving on the United States Supreme Court seemed strange, perhaps unattainable. Then along came Sandra Day O’Connor, and, a few years later, Ruth Bader Ginsberg. The Court, and the nation, haven’t been the same since.This week, author Linda Hirshman will tell us all about it. Her new book about the High Co ...…
 
Once upon a time, the idea of a woman serving on the United States Supreme Court seemed strange, perhaps unattainable. Then along came Sandra Day O’Connor, and, a few years later, Ruth Bader Ginsberg. The Court, and the nation, haven’t been the same since.This week, author Linda Hirshman will tell us all about it. Her new book about the High Co ...…
 
"Once upon a time, the idea of a woman serving on the United States Supreme Court seemed strange, perhaps unattainable. Then along came Sandra Day O’Connor, and, a few years later, Ruth Bader Ginsberg. The Court, and the nation haven’t been the same since. This week, author Linda Hirshman will tell us all about it. She’s the author of a new boo ...…
 
Guest this hour - Duf Sundheim (Running for senate).-Duf Sundheim joins the show to talk with Mark about his running for Boxer's vacant senate seat in California. What sets him apart?-SDSU coach to come back to work.-SDSU protesters UPDATE/call for resignation of Hirshman. We hear comments from David Horowitz (friend of the show) on KUSI.-AND M ...…
 
Host Lauren Kirschman flies solo for the Hoopsburgh finale as she recaps the Tournament and looks ahead to what local teams will face next season.
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: The Right Wrong ThingSubtitle: Dot Meyerhoff MysteryAuthor: Ellen KirschmanNarrator: Daniela AcitelliFormat: UnabridgedLength: 8 hrs and 6 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 04-06-16Publisher: Oceanview PublishingRatings: 3.5 of 5 out of 13 votesGenres: ...…
 
Hosts Eric Hall and Lauren Kirschman talk about Pitt's hiring of Kevin Stallings.
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Kim Kirchman. A long time potter and educator, Kim is a professor of art at St. Petersburg College. Her recent altered vessel forms are decorated with underglaze drawings of botanical patterns that reference the lush environment of the Tampa Bay area. In the interview we ...…
 
Hosts Eric Hall and Lauren Kirschman discuss Jamie Dixon's departur from Pitt and take a look at their brackets.
 
Dr. Debbie talks about Foot issues with guest Podiatrist Dr. Lauren Kishman. Both doctors spoke to callers about Foot related issues.
 
Hosts Eric Hall and Lauren Kirschman break down their brackets.
 
Lauren Kirschman phones in from Washington D.C. to talk with Eric Hall about Pitt's Tournament chances.
 
Hosts Eric Hall and Lauren Kirschman talk Tournament hopes. Is Pitt in for sure?
 
Series: N/A Service: Sun PM Worship Type: Sermon Speaker: Peter HirshmanBy Peter Hirshman.
 
Hosts Eric Hall and Lauren Kirschman talk Tournament hopes.
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: After 45 Years of Conservative Rulings, Here's What a Liberal Supreme Court Would DoAuthor: Linda HirshmanNarrator: Jill MelanconFormat: UnabridgedLength: 13 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 02-21-16Publisher: The Washington PostGenres: Newspapers & ...…
 
Host Lauren Kirschman calls in to talk with Eric Hall from Maryland, where she'll be sitting down with Hopewell's Shatori Walker-Kimbrough.
 
Host Lauren Kirschman and special guest Andrew Chiappazzi talk RMU and Pitt men's basketball.
 
Hosts Eric Hall and Lauren Kirschman talk about Pitt, Duquesne's stranded stint on the turnpike and Lauren shares an interview with RMU's Rodney Pryor.
 
Hosts Eric Hall and Lauren Kirschman talk about RMU, including a quick interview with men's basketball coach Andy Toole.
 
Hosts Eric Hall and Lauren Kirschman talk about Pitt and RMU.
 
Hosts Eric Hall and Lauren Kirschman talk about Pitt and RMU.
 
Hosts Eric Hall and Lauren Kirschman talk about the Pitt Panthers.
 
Hosts Eric Hall and Lauren Kirschman talk about Robert Morris, Blackhawk grad Chassidy Omogrosso and Duquesne, and discuss NCAA Tournament chances.
 
Ellen Kirschman: "The Right Wrong Thing": Officer Randy Spelling had always wanted to be a police officer, to follow in the footsteps of her brothers and her father. Not long after joining the force, she mistakenly shoots and kills Lakeisha Gibbs, a pregnant teenager. The community is outraged; Lakeisha’s family is vocal and vicious in their at ...…
 
Hosts Eric Hall and Lauren Kirschman recap the City Game between Pitt and Duquesne, talk about the future of Blackhawk-native Archie Miller at Dayton, and more on the Robert Morris struggles.
 
Linda Hirshman, Lawyer; Cultural Historian; Author, Sisters In Law Part of the Good Lit series, underwritten by the Bernard Osher Foundation. Hirshman tells the fascinating story of the intertwined lives of Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the first and second women to serve as Supreme Court justices. This program was recorded in fr ...…
 
Linda Hirshman, Lawyer; Cultural Historian; Author, Sisters In Law Part of the Good Lit series, underwritten by the Bernard Osher Foundation. Hirshman tells the fascinating story of the intertwined lives of Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the first and second women to serve as Supreme Court justices. This program was recorded in fr ...…
 
Martha Frankel’s guests this week are Linda Hirshman, Barry Moser, John Temple and Kitty Sheehan.
 
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