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Best Patty Rose podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Patty Rose podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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In the next installment of the Anne series, newlyweds Anne and Gilbert move to the harbor town of Four Winds. There they meet new friends and experience joy as well as heartbreak. (Summary by wildemoose) Cast:Anne/Narrator: Arielle LipshawDiana Barry: Eden Rea-HedrickMarilla Cuthbert/Marshall Elliott: Elizabeth KlettMrs. Rachel Lynde: Caprisha PageMrs. Harmon Andrews/Davy Keith: TriciaGMrs. Jasper Bell/Miss Cornelia Bryant: Beth ThomasGilbert Blythe: mbPaul Irving: Ethan HardmanCharlotta the ...
 
Pretty Depressed is a fun and unfiltered interview series where I chat with some of the most successful and interesting people I know about life, work and finding balance. How these guests navigate their life, the entertainment industry, their mental wellbeing and their interactions with others is awe-inspiring. On top of all that, they are pretty bloody entertaining too!
 
Tantra, Tantric Sex, Kama Sutra... Many people believe you can get closer to God through a practice of sacred sensuality by raising your erotic energy. Learn lovemaking positions so you and your lover can connect with higher powers and create deeper intimacy through spiritual teachings, breathing and meditative exercises that expand both mind and body. It's not sex therapy yet sacred sexuality and lovemaking techniques can be used for erotic issues such as anorgasmia, premature ejaculation, ...
 
Queen of S-Mountain is a music podcast hosted by LG, the front-woman for the greatest, all-female, queer, southern rock band of all time, Thelma and the Sleaze. Season One featured tour storytelling, with an oral history of the band, advice for DIY rockers, and hard truths about the music industry. A dark and funny critique of the State of Music and life on the road for touring musicians. Season Two showcases the women of rock in this cultural moment, with tales of triumph, highlighting both ...
 
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When Carrie and I began recording The Perks of Being a Book Lover, we called it our half-assed idea. One year later, we are still half-assing our way through it, although we think we have learned some things and gotten more adept at using microphones, troubleshooting the recording technology, and asking interesting questions of our guests. It was a…
 
When schools were closed owing to the coronavirus outbreak, the English teacher Petria May did the most natural thing she could think of: she assigned her tenth-grade class to read Albert Camus’s novel “The Plague,” which describes a quarantine during an outbreak of disease. Plus, a short story by Peter Cameron. In “Memorial Day,” a teen-age boy is…
 
Abie Roehrig, a twenty-year-old undergraduate, has put his name on a list of volunteers for a human-challenge trial to test the efficacy of a COVID-19 vaccine. A human-challenge trial for a vaccine would be nearly unprecedented: it would entail giving subjects a candidate vaccine against the virus, and then infecting them deliberately to test its e…
 
When I think of a greenhouse, I envision small seeds sprouting roots and then green shoots slowly rising toward the sunlight. The progress to grow may be slow at first but soon becomes rapidly transformational as the plant drinks in the nourishment of the heat, moisture, and sunlight in the greenhouse cocoon. Our guest this week, Hannah Rose Neuhau…
 
The New Yorker’s Jia Tolentino has been following the artist Mike Hadreas, who records as Perfume Genius, since his first album; he has just released his fifth, “Set My Heart on Fire Immediately.” He sings about his life and his sexuality in a style that evokes Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison—simultaneously vulnerable and swaggering. “That’s the musi…
 
Jill Lepore discusses the “stay at home” campaigns that ran on radio stations during the polio years, devised to keep children indoors; she is especially fond of a program that featured a young Hubert Humphrey reading comics. Lepore finds solace in revisiting the desperate measures of that era. “One of the reasons I study history,” she says, “is I …
 
Father and son NBA and NFL visit with Detroit Pistons Senior Advisor Ed Stefanski and Cleveland Browns coach Kevin Stefanski on The Woj Pod. The Stefanski's discuss the influence that Ed's front office career has had on Kevin's development as an NFL coach, including witnessing the Nets remarkable 2002 NBA Finals run, learning how a GM and coach nee…
 
Dakota Licea joins the podcast as a (remote) interview guest. Licea is a University of Oregon student studying Political Science with a history in civil activism and hopes for a future in our political sphere steadfast on making real change. Hosted by Patty Rose To support the podcast with a one time or monthly donation go to strpod.com/sponsors En…
 
We all had big plans for our quarantine free time, right? Maybe we wanted to Marie Kondo organize the whole house, learn how to make beautiful loaves of bread, or begin training for that marathon you’ve had on your bucket list. Our guest today, Robin Weiss, had a different kind of quarantine goal. She was determined to revitalize her reading life. …
 
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