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Best Project Derailed podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Project Derailed podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Follow the spacefaring adventures of Rav'nys, Luckbeak, and Marco as they find themselves new recruits of the crew of the Voidfarer, an independent spelljammer ship exploring a new crystal sphere called Kraatspace. Can they uncover the secrets of the lost Kraatorian empire or will they fall victim to the same mysterious calamity that befell the ancient voidfaring civilization thousands of years ago? An original D&D Fifth Edition campaign inspired by the classic AD&D setting, Spelljammer. A P ...
 
A Project Derailed podcast about bad movies available on streaming services. Join our hosts as we discuss bad movies beyond just what makes them bad. Find out why the Tall Girl is the most horrifying cryptid and what is really going on with Bee Movie. Season one focuses on bad movies available on Netflix.
 
In 2010, Wisconsin got a federal grant to build a high-speed rail line between Madison and Milwaukee. Derailed is the story of how the rail project came together, how it fell apart and how Wisconsin changed along the way.
 
Deep (and not-so-deep) conversations about home improvement, design, and life at home. Tune in for weekly episodes filled with casual decorating advice, DIY stories, interviews with experts, and a smattering of tips and ideas that can help you simplify, organize, and update your home. Sherry and John Petersik are the married duo who began chronicling their home improvement adventures in 2007 on the blog Young House Love, which spawned two New York Times best-selling books, as well as product ...
 
The Smash After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of NBC's Smash.Show Summary: A successful songwriting duo of industry veterans, Julia and Tom, have an opportunity to create another Broadway hit, but making it to opening night isn't easy. When tenacious producer Eileen joins the project, a musical based on the life of iconic actress Marilyn Monroe, a rivalry for the lead role percolates between a beautiful novice and a stage veteran who is hoping to catch her big break. While the ...
 
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Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) Your Pets Are Not Likely to Get or Transmit Coronavirus. Here’s What the Experts Say 2) With Americans Focused on Coronavirus, Trump Goes After Government Watchdogs 3) Wuhan Has Reopened After a Brutal Coronavirus Lockdown. But Is China Ready? 4) Legendary Singer-Songwriter John Prine Dies From Coronavirus at 73 5…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) Closing Schools Has Derailed the Lives of Kids Worldwide. Here's How We Can Help Them Keep Learning 2) Why Children Seem to Be Less Affected By the Coronavirus 3) Inventors Are Whipping Up Homemade Ventilators to Fend Off a Shortage. Some Doctors Are Wary 4) No Test, Minimal Contact: How One Abortion Clinic Is Ada…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) Can You Be Re-Infected After Recovering From Coronavirus? Here's What We Know 2) A Tiger at the Bronx Zoo Has Tested Positive for Coronavirus 3) Ten Tips From ‘Mars’ for Quarantined Earthlings 4) Lois Lowry in Conversation With a 10-Year-Old Reporter About Her New Book 5) A $350 Billion Loan Program Is Supposed to…
 
As we prepare to move into a house that’s less than half the size of our current one, we’re taking a long hard look at our belongings to figure out what should come and what we no longer need, love, or have a use for. And today we’re outlining the systematic criteria that we’re using to evaluate what to bring and what to leave behind (yes, we actua…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) Kim Kardashian West on Her Justice Project and Quest For Apolitical Prison Reform 2) How States Across the U.S. Are Projected to ‘Flatten the Curve’ 3) Challenged by Coronavirus, LGBTQ Communities Worldwide Plan Digital Pride Celebrations 4) Feeding Front Line Workers Amid Coronavirus Outbreaks, One Duck Confit at…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) How Do You Teach Empathy to Your Kids? Here’s What an Expert Says 2) Column: The Evil Tucked Into the $2 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Bill 3) Search Underway for Two Members of Kennedy Family After ‘Overturned Canoe’ Found in Chesapeake Bay 4) Trump Campaign Calls Out ‘Delusional’ Jeff Sessions Ahead of Alabama S…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) Rohingya Refugees Brace for a New Deadly Threat—Coronavirus 2) Inside a New York City Funeral Home Overwhelmed With Coronavirus Deaths 3) You Probably Read About an Uninsured Teen Who Died of COVID-19. The Truth Is More Complicated 4) California Has More Pending Coronavirus Tests Than Results - With Some Waiting 1…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) How U.S. Presidents Have Tried to Use Legal Action to Stop People From Insulting Them 2) Column: The Fed’s Unprecedented Bailout of Everyone and Everything Could Prevent Total Collapse 3) New York’s Coronavirus Death Toll Doubled in 72 Hours 4) Ellis Marsalis, Jazz Patriarch, Dies at 85 After Battle With Coronavir…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) Van Jones: Why We Need Bipartisan Progress Now More Than Ever 2) Captain Asks Navy to Take Aircraft Carrier Off of Duty to Save Crew From Coronavirus 3) Those Who Most Need The $1,200 Stimulus Checks May Wait the Longest To Get Them 4) Why Coronavirus Stimulus May Come Too Late for Many Small Businesses 5) White H…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) Christianity Offers No Answers About the Coronavirus. It’s Not Supposed To 2) Why Is Germany’s Coronavirus Death Rate So Low? 3) ‘He’s Walking the Tightrope.’ How Donald Trump Is Getting Out His Message on Coronavirus 4) Idaho Governor Signs Anti-Transgender Legislation Into Law 5) Modi’s Hasty Coronavirus Lockdow…
 
Voidfarer Uncharted 2. The gang's all here! Nick, Fiona, Saker, Tanner, and Tom all discuss the story so far, answer YOUR questions, and generally just hangout and bullshit. Special thanks to twitter users @CLRex4 and @PodcastFrost for your awesome questions!!! Put the Voidfarer on your body!!! Cool Voidfarer merch is now available at the Project D…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) A Washington ER Doctor Was Allegedly Terminated After Publicly Criticizing His Hospital for Not Protecting Its Staff 2) Crosswords Have Always Been a Solace. Here's How the 20th Century's Toughest Moments Shaped Them 3) For College Students, Coronavirus Means Love Interrupted 4) How American Elections Got So Vulne…
 
We knew our new house in Florida would involve some big repairs, but we didn’t anticipate a certain plumbing curveball to get lobbed our way (although given our past plumbing luck, maybe we should have seen this coming). So this week we’re sharing how it popped up, why it cost thousands of dollars, and what we’re doing to resolve it. And with so ma…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) ‘I Didn’t Do a Good Enough Job Anticipating Demand.’ What It’s Like Working a Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Center 2) Apple’s New Powerbeats Are OK, But Design Flaws Keep Them From Greatness 3) Rhode Island Gov.: National Guard Will Go 'Door-to-Door' to Identify New Yorkers Over COVID-19 4) Stars of Viral Pandemic M…
 
With everything that's going on right now, we're the first to admit that house stuff feels trivial, but this week we’re answering the most common question we’ve gotten in the last few days: how the coronavirus is impacting our Florida move and our house sales (spoiler alert: one contract has fallen through). We’re also having a strangely thorough d…
 
Chapter 2 - Episode 9. Chapter 2 finale! Marco, Luckbeak, Rav'nys and their captain and crewmates are invited aboard the Ark of Siberys to be rewarded for aiding the warforged scouts in bringing the gargantuan ship back to the material plane and the three have their long awaited discussion with Val about the information she has been keeping from th…
 
Our Richmond home is officially under contract (!!!) and it all came together unlike any other house we’ve sold before. So today we’re breaking down how it all happened, why it was surprisingly emotional, and what it means for our move in June. We’re also highlighting an unsung hero in our master bathroom renovation and exploring whether we’re all …
 
We’re fessing up to an extremely poorly timed project that made our house look WORSE right before it hit the market. Whoops. Plus we share the smorgasbord of ways we’re selling our houses. All three are being sold differently (including some with and some without the help of a real estate agent). So we’re breaking down how and why we chose each rou…
 
With our big move only a few months away, what do we need to do to get our house ready to sell? This week we’re outlining some of the projects we’re taking on - both big and small - including the fast-tracked makeover of our hall bathroom. John also outlines a shopping challenge of his very own for 2020 that’ll push us to look more locally when we …
 
Wanna know what our next big renovation project is? Well, it’s actually something that we’ve been contemplating for years but finally have the courage to do (thanks in part to selling our duplex). So this week we’re breaking down why we want to do it, why we think now is the time, and why it has us feeling excited, sad, and inspired all at the same…
 
That’s right, there’s a new personal shopping challenge going on at our house - and this time Sherry has committed to skipping any purchases in a specific (and pretty wide category) FOR AN ENTIRE YEAR. We’re also talking with simplicity expert Emily Ley about how she combats “busyness” and creates more time and space in her life. She’s giving us ti…
 
This week we’re sharing the mystery of how half of the power in our house suddenly went out when we were just about to leave the country on vacation. We’re also catching you up on the highs and lows of getting our master bathroom nearly completed, including how the flu, a surgery, and a sudden deadline kept us on our toes. Plus, an illuminating upd…
 
It’s our first episode of 2020 and WE BOY DO WE HAVE NEWS! We’re excited to share it because it not only means good things for us, our friends, and the duplex itself, but it’s also connected to our continued efforts to simplify, and it involves a twisty tale of switching tables with a stranger. We’re also sharing a special gift that we gave this ho…
 
Have you ever thought about your approach to making decisions? It turns out that humans tend to have two distinct styles (and they even have fancy psychological terms to go along with them). The funny revelation is that Sherry & I each exemplify a different one. So this week we’re sharing what we've learned about each type of decision maker, and ho…
 
After hundreds of submissions from Australia to South Africa, we’ve rounded up some fascinating (and extremely charming) ways that you guys dress up your homes all around the world to celebrate a variety of holidays. We loved hearing about everything from colorful Diwali decorations in India to elaborate Nativity scenes in Colombia, along with a wi…
 
Don’t we all want mo money without mo problems? Today we’re talking with personal finance expert Tanja Hester about how value-driven spending and setting a “money mission statement” can help you reach even your biggest financial goals - whether you’re saving up for a home in your dream neighborhood, a big renovation, or even early retirement, which…
 
Because the story of "Derailed" happened over the course of decades, there's a lot there, and a lot we didn't get to. Some of it, like Gov. Jim Doyle's role in ending the train, is still discussed today. Other stuff, like the 2016 Olympics connection, seems to have been lost to history. Here are some of the questions we didn't get to in "Derailed.…
 
It’s no secret that house projects can be stressful. Sometimes REALLY stressful. So today we’re sharing three ways we’re keeping a handle on it during our master bathroom renovation, especially around common stress points like broken budgets, creeping timelines, and decision fatigue. Plus, how you can you stop second guessing yourself! We’re also s…
 
Today we’re exploring an expert’s theory that your childhood passions (specifically around 5th grade) could hold the key to what you'll love doing most as an adult. It was fascinating to take a look back and see if the idea really held up for us. We’re also confessing to a mistake we made when hiring a pro for a recent house project and sharing wha…
 
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