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We are all on a journey. Everything we do, our wins-losses, successes, and failures are all part of the adventure. These are the life lessons the shape us into who we become as we teach the world through our stories. Donnie's Success Champions are Ordinary People, Entrepreneurs, Veterans, First Responders, Business Owners and visionaries that have a story to tell. These champions are pure badasses plain and simple. Enjoy their stories and we all continue on our journey.
 
This podcast was inspired by the evolving Covid-19 restrictions and how it has impacted compliance professionals working in financial crime prevention. Reaching out to individuals across the globe, hosts Samantha Sheen and Marie Lundberg look at how people are adjusting to remote working from home while still keeping up efforts to detect, prevent and disrupt financial crime. The topics covered range from governance, KYC, transaction monitoring to cyber security and accountability.Taking a pl ...
 
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Quiet Minds

Debbie May, Beth Nobes

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Quiet Minds is a small group of consumers (mental health service users) who set up a radio show in June 2004 after attending a training day at Plains FM. Prior to Quiet Minds, most of the group had no previous broadcasting experience at all. The Quiet Minds team is made up of empathetic people with an anti-discriminatory attitude and a dogged sense of social justice. Our programmes are a broad mixture of interviews with: - ordinary people who have had extraordinary experiences - extraordinar ...
 
Long before Christiane Amanpour, Frances Fitzgerald and Martha Gellhorn blazed a trail in courageous investigative journalism, a pioneering and intrepid writer and journalist whose pen name was Nellie Bly opened up a whole new field in what had previously been a strictly male domain. Ten Days in a Madhouse was published as a series of articles in the New York World during 1887. Nellie Bly was given the assignment by her editor to have herself committed to an insane asylum in New York with a ...
 
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So sorry for the long gap between episodes! Jane is supposedly pregnant, Linda is supposedly suffering with COVID, and Donnie (Editor) is supposedly being hunted in the Most Dangerous Game 2022. For this episode, we covered The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Chapter 16: Blackwood. Daddy Blackwood and Aunt Z are finally making it official! Ray Wise…
 
We're finally finishing our coverage of Sarah J Maas's 'Throne of Glass' book series! This is the final episode of 4 on the last book in the series, 'Kingdom of Ash.' We discuss how difficult things have been for Aedion (though he was too harsh on Lysandra), our issue with being pandered to at the end, why Fleetfoot would probably be better off wit…
 
This is part 3 of 4 for our review of "Kingdom of Ash," the last novel in Sarah J. Maas's book series "Throne of Glass." We talk about Dorian infiltrating Morath and possibly getting freaky with a Valg queen (specifically Maeve), Elide delivering a very well-deserved punishment to Uncle Vernon, the need for more sexy details about how Elide and Lor…
 
We're continuing with Part 2 of what will probably be a 4-part episode covering the final book in the 'Throne of Glass' series, 'Kingdom of Ash'. In this episode, we discuss Manon, Queen of the Witches; Dorian, who's just way too powerful; Lysandra, Aedion; and (briefly) the fierce, badass b, Kaltain. I know we covered Lorcan in the previous episod…
 
Yup, we're doing this. We are covering the last book in the 'Throne of Glass' series, 'Kingdom of Ash.' Get comfortable cuz it's probably going to be a 4-part series. There is just so much to unpack. We covered Aelin; Rowan; Lorcan (who doesn't care); The Beautiful Kitty-Man, Gavriel; Elide (who's always on her cycle); Fenrys (who will NOT fetch, t…
 
Linda and Jane cover episode 4 of season 2, "Doctor Cerberus's House of Horror," which turned out to be more like "The Chilling Filler Episode of Sabrina." Linda covers the magic of director Alex Garcia Lopez (seriously, check out 'Misfits' right after this), Jane questions the dubious lessons from the tarot readings, and they both put out a call t…
 
So...this episode was recorded mid-January, when Linda was scrambling to finish her degree program. Now, she's officially graduated and there will never be a problem again - she's creating a rainbow of knobs as proof of this promise. Also, she's working on not saying 'um' and 'like' as much. Sorry! This episode was SOOOOO jam-packed, but we managed…
 
Okay, so...Linda was so super-focused on her schoolwork that she forgot to send our editor, Donnie, her audio file for this episode and didn't even realize that it was missing. SO, call this one the lost episode. It was supposed to be released before the episode on 'The Legend of the Christmas Witch' in December. Please, just pretend it was, accept…
 
Hello friends, It’s a new Monday of a new year. Hope yours is fantastic. And however it is, and wherever you are, here’s some Jane Austen podcasting to power your Monday. Louis Menand is a New Yorker writer and a Harvard professor who tries to get his Harvard students to read and understand and appreciate the stories of Jane Austen, among other cla…
 
Thanks for returning for the conclusion of our coverage of 'The Legend of the Christmas Witch'! In this episode, we discuss what makes the director, Michele Soavi, a filmmaking legend (hint: it's not what you're thinking...unless, you're thinking, 'Wait, didn't Soavi direct a lot of awesome horror movies?' In that case, it's exactly what you're thi…
 
We celebrated the holidays by watching Michele Soavi's "The Legend of the Christmas Witch" (aka "La Befana Vien di Notte") from 2018. The movie is about La Befana, who Jane covered in 'Minisode 3: La Befana and Lil BUB', who spends her days as the school teacher, Paola. When a child whose present arrived late, grows into a toy making evil genius an…
 
Hello Austen Connection friends, Here in the Austen world I’ve noticed that many of you consider December and the holidays the time of romance: We see you with your lights, your lattes, your Hallmark binges - and more power to you. Today’s missive fits right into your romance dreams, and features our conversation with long-time romance and historic…
 
We're back, baby! And it looks like we're just in time to vote for Top Boy! We're finally introduced to Theo, Nick gets a little head, Lilith is finally running the show (at Baxter High), and Roz and Harvey are finally getting close...wait, wut? Linda talks about her lifelong dream of being able to turn into a pile of rats and Jane coins a new phra…
 
Hello dear friends, We’re heading into the holidays - and next week our topic is Bad Families from Jane Austen, just in time for our family gatherings for the US holiday, Thanksgiving Day. Stay tuned for that! But first, let’s talk about romance. Specifically, let’s talk about Muslim romance. The author Uzma Jalaluddin is well known in the Jane Aus…
 
Hello friends, Today we bring a new podcast episode and conversation that I think you will love. It’s with Damianne Scott, an educator, writer and speaker in the Jane Austen community - she teaches literature at the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College and Cincinnati State University. And she’s the host of the Facebook page, Black Girl Loves J…
 
We've been at the laughing potion again. For her birthday, Linda gets another movie she's wished to cover since we started the podcast: The Worst Witch! It's the original film, made in 1986, based on Jill Murphy's 'Worst Witch' book series. It stars Fairuza Balk (witch goddess) as Mildred, the 'worst witch'; Diana Rigg (Olenna Tyrell in GoT, Emma P…
 
Hello my friends, You’ve been through a lot this with us this October - our month of horrors has explored the haunted halls of Mansfield Park, the monstrous mousiness of Fanny Price Ultimate Conqueror, the Drawing-Room treachery of Jane Austen’s parlors, and now we cap it off just in time for Halloween weekend, with this special post and podcast ep…
 
Dear Jane friends, It’s Tuesday, and not our usual Thursday, because we have something special for you: Today, we are kicking off a second season of the podcast! We have some amazing conversations lined up for you, dropping on Thursdays over the next few weeks - so make sure you are signed up for this newsletter, and each conversation will drop rig…
 
Jane and Linda break down the film version of 'Into the Woods' and figure out where it went wrong. They share their love of the Queen of the Screen, Meryl Streep, and discuss the points where the film adaptation went well. A beloved, humorous, and touching story; excellent and catchy music; a PHENOMENAL cast - how could it be so disappointing? What…
 
We're back to discuss one of Jane's favorite things: a staged musical production. We're talking about 'American Playhouse: Into the Woods' which stars a goddess of stage and screen - Bernadette Peters as The Witch; the extremely delightful and talented Joanna Gleason; and Howard the Duck, himself - Chip Zien! Jane fan girls over Soundheim, Linda so…
 
Hello friends, Today, a podcast episode! It would not have been possible to have our Everything Emma month here at the Austen Connection without consulting Professor George Justice. Dr. Justice is the editor of the 2011 Norton Critical Edition of Emma, a professor of 18th Century British literature, and a frequent contributor to the Chronicle of Hi…
 
This week, the Sewer Sisters talk about Season of the Witch. No, not Halloween 3. Not the Nicolas Cage film, either. This is George A. Romero's 2nd movie and it's about just how badly it sucked to be a housewife and Greg's ball-buddy in the 70's. Oh, yeah! The Knob Goblins also learn how to determine their witch names?? LISTEN AT THE END for a spec…
 
Hello dear friends, Welcome to another week of The Austen Connection and our sixth podcast episode, which you can stream from right here, or from Apple or Spotify! And this episode features a conversation with Austen scholar and Janeite Devoney Looser - who for many of you captures the spirit and vibe of Jane Austen’s stories in her work and in her…
 
Marie Lundberg and Sam Sheen are joined by Ina Rothe who explains the twists and turns of using Germany's Company Register (referred to as the Transparency Register) as part of the KYC process. Did you know that Germany has more than one register or that the information you want might be spread across several different registers? Or how about needi…
 
Linda and Jane have a serious conversation about Caleana's relationship with Arobynn, pose questions about the relationship between Arobynn and Sam, and wonder how Arobynn came across raising Sam. Arobynn can eat sh*t. Also, they give an important PSA: Don't get sneaky-freaky in sewers. Arobynn can eat sh*t. They pose a question for the Book of Lie…
 
Jane and Linda discuss the prequel novellas of Sarah J. Maas's book series, 'Throne of Glass', 'Assassin's Blade'! They talk about how Ansel's so hot right now, how they stan Sam so hard (he really WAS the best partner for Celaena/Aelin), and create their new bonus podcast series - "You Might Be in a Cult." We give a shout-out to our girls at Book …
 
Professor Danielle Christmas is a scholar in English and Comparative Literature at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In her day-job, she researches serious topics about race and history, from white nationalism to the legacy of slavery and the Holocaust, and how issues like this are depicted in our cultural currency. But when she’s of…
 
Jane Jee, Chair Kompli-Global Limited and Chair Project Financial Crime, Emerging Payments Association (UK) talks to Marie Lundberg and Sam Sheen about her involvement in the pre-consultation in her role with the Emerging Payments Association to urge the UK Government to engage more with RegTechs as part of their planned review of the Money Launder…
 
Hello dear friends, If you’ve watched the wildly-popular Netflix series Bridgerton or the wonderful film The Personal History of David Copperfield starring Dev Patel, you might have experienced and appreciated what today’s podcast guest saw: People of color in a fictionalized dramatization of 18th and 19th Century Britain. But in Gretchen Gerzina’s…
 
Hello friends, Today we continue the conversation with fabulous sisters Leah and Bea Koch, co-owners and founders of The Ripped Bodice, the romance-only bookstore in the Los Angeles area. They also work with Sony Pictures in the development of romance-to-screen adaptations. Bea Koch is the author of Mad and Bad: Real Heroines of the Regency, which …
 
We're joined by the amazing Chris Roberts from I Saw it on Linden Street (http://lscep.com/) and become #SewerBrosForLife! We discuss moms embarrassing their proud boys at orgies, we talk about the real hero of the story (we stan Stanley), and we create the sensational phenomenon - "Sewer Posing!" Grab your cup of effluvium and start charging your …
 
Dear friends, Our second podcast episode is out! And it’s a treat. In this conversation with superb sisters Leah and Bea Koch, co-owners and founders of Los Angeles romance-only bookstore The Ripped Bodice, we get into the questions about what Jane Austen has to do with romance (a lot, friends), diversity and equity in the romance business from rep…
 
Hello, dear friends! It’s here! Episode One/Season One of the Austen Connection podcast. You can press play and listen or stream from any device, and it’s also available (we hope) on Apple podcasts. Enjoy, and if you like it, share with your Janeite and bookish friends. Thank you for being here and joining this conversation! One of the most excitin…
 
Remember when people used to think that the best way to get kids interested in something was to get white people to rap? Yeah...that's happening. Linda's brother Donnie (her co-host from Videorama and Cage's Kiss) joins us to discuss one of those movies that tainted their childhood - Teen Witch. Join us so you can say you were there when Jane's des…
 
It's Jane's birthday and we're celebrating with an infestation of Yule-time birthday lads and a Yule Cheese Log (TM)! We're finishing out the first season of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina with the Yule/Holiday special episode, 'A Midwinter's Tale'. Sabrina makes one smart statement and we ask, is Luke that dense, or is it the Dickens he wants?…
 
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