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Best Ron S Doyle podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Ron S Doyle podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Conscious consumption requires one key ingredient: knowledge. MEAT: The Ultimate Podcast by Vic’s Meat will take you under the fence of the world of meat; through the eyes of those who grow it, those who cut it, those who cook it, and even those who are against it. We dive deeply into topics such as health, history, science, innovation, environment and sustainability, all with a meat-bent. If you want to think wisely about meat and make informed choices, MEAT: The Ultimate Podcast is for you.
 
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Just a quick head's up—since we still can't meet in person at Buntport Theater, we're hosting miniature live-streaming version of our show on Wednesday, May 20th at holdthephone.tv. Co-hosts Ron Doyle and Erin Rollman will be joined by comedians Josh Blue and Eeland Stribling, and long-time show favorite Rae Moore. The theme will be "Gray Area." Fo…
 
So, last month our 10th anniversary live show was cancelled due to the coronavirus, our live show for April has also been cancelled, and we let the podcast go silent for a month. The Narrators is a storytelling show, but what we’re really trying to do is build empathy and compassion for our fellow humans, and right now, that’s what we’re all doing—…
 
Your next storyteller is Adam Burke. Adam is a standup comedian from Chicago (by way of Australia and Ireland) and a regular panelist on NPR's Wait Wait Don't Tell Me. Adam shared this story during a special edition of The Narrators at High Plains Comedy Festival last September. The theme of the show was “Bomb.” A special thanks to TANX for the out…
 
Your next storyteller is Aries Reyes. Aries is a Denver-based storyteller who has performed all over Denver and Washington, DC. They’re also an emcee and can often be found hoisted on top of chairs, toasting births, and facilitating low-stakes competitions. This was their first time sharing a story at The Narrators; the theme of the evening was “Ov…
 
Your next storyteller is a thrift-store evangelist who has a crush on Abraham Lincoln. A long-time favorite of the show, this is Laura Bond. This one’s from our archives—Laura shared this story about adventures with her brother and one chance encounter with the late Vic Chesnutt all the way back in December 2015; the theme of the evening was "Sibli…
 
Your next storyteller is an Enneagram Type 1 who says he’s obsessed with stories about extremists. A long-time supporter of the show, this is our friend, Jacob McWilliams. Jake shared this story on 18 September 2019; the theme of the evening was "Tools." A special thanks to Mega Gem for the outro music in this episode! You can subscribe and listen …
 
Your next storyteller calls herself a whiskey-soaked ghost story who’s developing a cough. We call her one of our all-time favorites—this is Kelly Attaway. Kelly shared this story on 21 August 2019; the theme of the evening was "Transplant." A special thanks to PHIE for the outro music in this episode! You can subscribe and listen to The Narrators …
 
Episode 206: Your next story comes from musician, educator, activist, and Flobots co-founder, Stephen Brackett. Stephen shared this story on 18 September 2019; the theme of the evening was "Tools." A special thanks to Milk Blossoms for the outro music in this episode! You can subscribe and listen to The Narrators for free wherever you get your podc…
 
Episode 205: Your next storyteller is artist and comedian Kira MagCalen. Kira is the creator of Turbulent Flow, a digital repository for all of her creative work, including the incredible illustration that she recently made for our podcast cover art. You should find and follow her on Instagram too; check out her "Honest Monsters" series. This was K…
 
Episode 204: Today’s story comes from long-time supporter of The Narrators, the founder of From the Hip Photo, our friend, Danny de Zayas. Danny shared this story on 17 July 2019; the theme of the evening was "Burn." Special thanks to Kyle James Hauser for the outro music in this episode. You can subscribe and listen to The Narrators for free where…
 
Episode 203: Your next storyteller is author and screenwriter Kornblum Katz. Kornblum shared this story on 17 April 2019; the theme of the evening was "Nailing It." Special thanks to Horse Girl for the outro music in this episode. You can subscribe and listen to The Narrators for free wherever you get your podcasts. Browse our archives for past epi…
 
Episode 202: This week's story comes from comedian and first-time storyteller Kate Strobel. Kate shared this childhood story of tall tales gone too far on 16 October 2019; the theme of the evening was "Fake." Special thanks to PHIE for the outro music in this episode. You can subscribe and listen to The Narrators for free wherever you get your podc…
 
Your next storyteller is Chris Garcia. Chris is a standup comedian, writer, and the host of WNYC's Scattered, hands down one of the best podcasts of 2019. Chris shared this story—about his early days of doing standup comedy, enthusiastic eSport tech bros, World of Warcraft fans in Atlantic City, and t-shirt cannons—as part of The Narrators' special…
 
Sarah Davis is no ordinary human. Following years of meticulous preparation and intense training, on 27th October 2018, paddles finally hit the water, in her attempt to be the first woman to paddle the length of the Nile. What was to come was an adventure of epic proportions involving everything from near-death hippo attack, being arrested and deta…
 
Joel Salatin calls himself a Christian libertarian environmentalist capitalist lunatic farmer. Others who like him call him the most famous farmer in the world, the high priest of the pasture, and the most eclectic thinker from Virginia since Thomas Jefferson. Those who don’t like him call him a bio-terrorist, Typhoid Mary, charlatan, and starvatio…
 
Mark Best is the epitome of enduring culinary excellence. This sharp witted, feisty and passionate human did the unthinkable, running a successful restaurant for 17 years, holding three hats for 10 years running, before closing the doors on his terms, midway through 2016. An insanely talented chef and perhaps, an equally talented photographer. No n…
 
Matt Ringrose is an acclaimed Vedic Meditation teacher, who you wouldn’t naturally expect to find on a podcast about MEAT. But we work in an industry where pressure is intense, depression and suicide are a clear and present dangers. RUOK, Beyond Blue and others do a great job, but like many things, if you don’t fix the root cause, any treatment is …
 
Episode 200: Today we're going to do something a little different—to celebrate reaching 200 episodes, we're paying tribute to one of the people who has made all of this possible, our producer, Sydney Crain. Ron sat down with Sydney just before our live show last week, during the middle of a huge rainstorm, to ask about her favorite stories and memo…
 
Dr Aduli Malau-Aduli is Associate Professor of Animal Genetics and Nutrition in Veterinary Sciences Discipline, College of Public Health, Medical and Veterinary Sciences at James Cook University. The over-arching aim of Aduli's research is to enhance the genetic, nutritional, and sustainable production of meat, milk and cheese with superior eating …
 
Keith Howe is the Managing Director of Rangers Valley, one of the world’s most respected premium marbled beef producers, which is owned by the publicly listed, Japanese conglomerate, Marubeni. Specialising in long fed pure Black Angus and Wagyu cross breeds, Rangers Valley has been drastically impacted by the worst Australian drought in living memo…
 
Episode 199: Your next story comes from one of our all-time favorite storytellers, Steven Burge. The theme of the evening was "Burn." For the latest information about our upcoming events please check our Facebook page. A very special thanks to Jobless, who provided the outro music for this episode. As always, you can subscribe, rate and review us w…
 
Kim McDonnell is the Founder and CEO of thankful.org, a social enterprise and global lifestyle brand founded on the principle that the simple practice of gratitude has the power to improve overall happiness and wellness. This innovative new model merges philanthropy and business to spread the power of gratitude, via licensed products that give back…
 
Episode 198: This story comes from the author of The Struggle for Soy, Megan Sound. Megan shared this story about parenting—and all the hopes and fears that go with it—live on 19 June 2019 in Denver. The theme of the evening was "Framed." For the latest information about our upcoming events please check our Facebook page. A very special thanks to C…
 
Chris Balazs is the CEO of Provenir, the first mobile on-farm processing solution for cattle in Australia. Instead of the animal being transported to the abattoir; the abattoir comes to the farm. Eliminating unnecessary stress on livestock associated with live transport to the processors, Provenir’s unique on-farm processing improves animal welfare…
 
If there is one person in hospitality that doesn’t need an introduction, it’s Neil Perry. Most know him as the creator of the iconic Rockpool brand, the face of culinary for Qantas, the man who pulled of the deal of decade with the buyout by Quadrant Private Equity, to form the Urban Purveyor Group, that handsome face, and dare I say it, the ponyta…
 
Episode 196: This story comes from seamstress and disruptor extraordinaire, Rae Moore. She told this story live on 15 May 2019 at Buntport Theater. The theme of the evening was "Alter Egos." For the latest information about that special show or any of our events, please check our Facebook page. A very special thanks to Tanx, who provided the outro …
 
Diana Rodgers, is a “real food” Licensed Registered Dietitian Nutritionist living on a working organic farm west of Boston. She runs an active nutrition practice where she help people with weight, metabolic, and intestinal issues recover their health through diet and lifestyle. She’s also an author, host The Sustainable Dish Podcast, and the mom of…
 
Episode 195: Today's story comes from our darling founder, Andrew Orvedahl. Andrew recently moved back to Denver and it has been so wonderful to have him sharing stories again. His story was recorded at our 9th anniversary show back in March of this year. Enjoy! For the latest information about our live shows or special events, please check our Fac…
 
Paul Shaw is a former high-flying banker, who blew himself up investing in a number of start-ups. He’s also usually the host of this podcast and is the Chief Commercial Officer at Vic’s Premium Quality Meat. In this episode he sits on the other side of the microphone and provides an intimate insight into the life and mind of a man who has enjoyed a…
 
Episode 194: This story comes from one of our favorite storytellers, Kelly Attaway. She told this story live on 18 October 2017 at Buntport Theater. The theme of the show was "In the Dark." For the latest information about our live shows or special events, please check our Facebook page. A very special thanks to Jobless, who provided the outro musi…
 
Jake Smyth and Kenny Graham of Mary’s burgers fame are the undisputed rock ‘n’ roll kings of Sydney hospitality. These loveable rogues have grown from humble beginning to legitimate trailblazers, driven by a burning desire to be authentic and to call bullsh@t on the sometimes pretentious world of food and booze. There is way more to these deeply va…
 
Episode 193: To celebrate her victory last month on the 11th season of RuPaul's Drag Race, we're bringing you a previously unpublished story from Denver's drag darling, Yvie Oddly. Yvie shared this story with The Narrators back in November 2017, as part of a special show we hosted for the Denver Film Festival. This is Yvie before Ru—an artist on th…
 
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