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Best Morgan Givens podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Morgan Givens podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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A resource for parents, teachers and caregivers on how to raise happy, resilient kids. Each week, Sandy and Morgan tackle a different topic from grief to getting ready for school. The information is given in easy to follow tips and tools. Let Sandy and Morgan make your house a happy one! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/happyhousefamilies/support
 
The Morgan & Morgan Whistleblower Attorneys podcast goes beyond legal jargon and explains what it really takes to be a whistleblower and to represent one. Attorney James D. Young gets real about what major corporations do to try to get away with fraud--in and out of court, and sheds light on why all Americans should be seriously concerned about this. He offers actionable insights about legislative blocks to justice and how policy should change to protect the rights of those that tell the tru ...
 
In Dead Pilots Society, scripts that were developed by studios and networks but were never produced are given the table reads they deserve. Starring actors you know and love from television and film, a live audience, and a good time in which no one gets notes, no one is fired, and everyone laughs. Presented by Andrew Reich (Friends; Worst Week) and Ben Blacker (The Writers Panel podcast; co-creator, Thrilling Adventure Hour).
 
Rameau's Nephew, or the Second Satire (French: Le Neveu de Rameau ou La Satire seconde) is an imaginary philosophical conversation written by Denis Diderot, probably between 1761 and 1772. It was first published in 1805 in German translation by Goethe, but the French manuscript used has subsequently disappeared. The German version was translated back into French by de Saur and Saint-Geniès and published in 1821. The first published version based on French manuscript appeared in 1823 in the B ...
 
Award-winning comedy panel show hosted by Danielle Ward, with team captains Margaret Cabourn-Smith and Michael Legge and amazing special guests. In it, two teams work out the right thing to do in strange scenarios and scary situations which range from the everyday to the weird and extreme. Don't feel you have to start at the beginning - we'd suggest you start with the most recent series then work backwards!
 
Power and Speed. The two single most important things to an automotive performance enthusiast. Mike, Tom, and Tad explore a variety of racing related subjects. Anything racing could be discussed on any given show. From the high speed Texas mile events to the Street / Grudge scene found in the local areas we all have in our regions. Racing guests and personalities ranging from top current professional racers to professional engine and chassis builders are already on the schedule. The listener ...
 
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We know it’s been an eventful, and uncertain, and even scary couple of weeks for everybody. We’ve been grappling with our “new normal,” just like everyone else, and have been feeling the anxiety, uncertainty, and isolation that we know a lot of people are. We asked Thomas McConkie to come on the podcast and share the way he’s thinking about what’s …
 
Steven C. Harper is a Professor of Church History and Doctrine at Brigham Young University, and author of the new book, First Vision: Memory and Mormon Origins. Steve has also served as the Managing Historian and General Editor of Saints, and as a Volume Editor of The Joseph Smith Papers. President Nelson declared 2020 a bicentennial year to commem…
 
You probably need some laughs more than ever, and we can definitely provide them with this month's episode. Our dead pilot is Eternally Yours from Joe Port & Joe Wiseman (The Office, New Girl), about a family of normal looking but emotionally closed off, stuck-together-for-eternity vampires. If you think there's no fresh spins left in the vampire g…
 
Take it too far. It’s a motto, it’s a lifestyle, it’s the way of the kingdom for those of us who are in Christ Jesus. This is not the time to hold back in the practices of following Jesus. We all know what’s at stake if we shrink back, so how do we take it too far? Join us for this special episode, wherein host Jess Connolly introduces her brand ne…
 
Join Jess and Morgan Harper Nichols for her second interview on the Go + Tell Gals Podcast. Morgan has long been one of our favorite artists, poets, and sources of encouragement online; with the recent release of her first book, All Along You Were Blooming, she's bringing very real encouragement to the masses and putting words to what our generatio…
 
Our episode this month is Training Room from Brig Muñoz-Liebowitz (People of Earth, Brooklyn Nine-Nine). Jamie (played by Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Melissa Fumero), the female physiotherapist for a men's pro soccer team, has always been a guys' girl. But when the team acquires a new star player who challenges Jamie's place on the team, Jamie is forced t…
 
We’re kicking off 2020 with another true insider look at how television gets made! Andrew sat down with seasoned television executive, Samie Falvey. Samie spent many years as Head of Comedy at ABC, where she played a huge role in developing shows like Black-ish, Fresh Off The Boat and The Goldbergs. She is now on the selling side as Chairman at Ima…
 
Chris Addison and Anna Mann are the gifts that keep on giving in the 2019 Christmas Special! It is a very traditional affair, with all the usual festive ingredients you'd expect, including squirrels, gimp masks, sword fighting, an abbatoir and Danke Jonathan. Expertise is provided by the overwhelmingly brilliant, lovely and Panto-tastic Joe Tracini…
 
Barbara Morgan Gardner, associate professor of church history and doctrine at BYU, has written a powerful and insightful book called The Priesthood Power of Women, published by Deseret Book. We highly recommend it as a stocking stuffer for the women (and men) in your life. In the book, Dr. Gardner points out how our lack of understanding of Priesth…
 
Brace yourselves, friends – this is a different kind of interview. Arielle Estoria is giving glory to God through her poetry, speaking, writing, and modeling – using exactly what He has given her to shine light in the dark places. We’ve never talked about the Kardashians, Kanye, or country music on the podcast – but we’re going there in this interv…
 
This month’s pilot is a mock rockumentary, or, as we like to say, a mrockumentary. It's called "Whatever Happened to... Gigi’s Pants" and it's written by Jennifer Crittenden & Gabrielle Allan (Veep, Divorce). After twenty years of bad blood, a super cool girl band from the nineties, Gigi’s Pants, tries to reunite despite the fact that they are no l…
 
Lara Casey Isaacson is a woman marked by radical obedience. She’s using what she’s got to change the lives of women in our generation, by creating helpful tools and hosting events and speaking, but mostly because she knows that in all of it, the most important thing that she can do is live her life for the Lord. Don’t miss this encouraging and comm…
 
In this second episode of our mini-series we’re calling “Gems of the Restoration,” we talk with Patrick Mason, Chair of Mormon History and Culture at Utah State University. We got to talk with Patrick about his background, his testimony and conversion, the things that get him excited about where our faith and church are headed, and things we could …
 
This month’s dead pilot is over ten years in the making. It’s called The Rich Inner Life of Penelope Cloud and was written by Jeff Greenstein (Will & Grace, Parenthood, Desperate Housewives). The story centers around Penelope Cloud, a woman who who has been struggling for 15 years to deliver the follow-up to her celebrated first novel. In that time…
 
Aisling Bea and Miles Jupp are the guests for the final show of this mammoth series - and we go out with a bang in an episode that considers how to commit the perfect murder, how to behave on public transport, what to do if you sext your ex and then they start blackmailing you, how to deal with flatmates whose onanism is too noisy and a few new-lif…
 
Why would one be religious but not spiritual? What are some obstacles that stand in the way of faith? Terryl Givens and Rosalynde Welch have written and spoken on these questions, and each of them bring interesting perspectives to the discussion. Conversations with Terryl Givens are special podcast and videocast episodes of the Faith Matters Podcas…
 
Rufus Hound and Tawny Newsome guest at the London Podcast Festival in a show that considers calming down angry people, surviving a freefall without a parachute, how to cope with a dog who wants to join in when you're having sex, the whys and wherefores of getting a second date (featuring possibly the worst advice ever given in the course of an Agon…
 
Bethany Black and David Reed join the gang in glorious York for the first ever recording outside London or Edinburgh (yes, we know you've already heard the Birmingham recording, but that was recorded three days after this one). Anyway, the subjects covered include jellyfish stings, interrogation techniques, whether honesty is the best policy when i…
 
Rachel Fairburn and Neil Edmond are the perfect guests for a show that considers runaway horses, meeting strangers from the internet in real life, unwanted matchmaking, secret tattoos and aggressively smelly bosses. There then follows a frankly delightful chat with expert cruise ship entertainment and hospitality director Peter Gibbs. You seem like…
 
In honor of the official launch of You Are the Girl for the Job, this week's podcast episode is giving you a listen in to one of Jess’ favorite chapters of the audio book! If you’ve ever struggled with fear, Chapter 10: Come Out, Big Alice, is for you. It gives a look into fighting fear – in order to step boldly into the life God has purposed for y…
 
We're back to business as usual in this month's Dead Pilots Society episode. Our dead pilot is Sterling, written by Dan Sterling (The Sarah Silverman Program, The Office, Girls, South Park, The Interview, Long Shot). Sterling is about a TV news producer whose life is turned upside down when he is paired up with a beautiful, loose-cannon reporter. A…
 
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