Best the Importance of Being Earnest podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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A wealthy philanthropist adopts an abandoned baby he finds in a railway station waiting room. The child grows into a fine, upstanding young man. When his benefactor dies, he is made the guardian of the old man's lovely young daughter. But unknown to everyone, he leads a double life that even his best friend knows nothing about... If you thought that this has all the makings of a most sinister and diabolical plot, you couldn't be more mistaken. The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde i ...
 
I am a certified life coach, born and raised in the Bronx. I have spent the last thirteen years as a certified life coach, helping hundreds of people find direction and giving them that extra push to help them move forward to achieve their goals! I love being the helping voice providing direction when people need it the most. I decided to launch the Pushy Broad from the Bronx to assist people in finding clarity through earnest talks and honest moments of self-reflection. My mission as your P ...
 
This is a solo recording of the play, meaning that all parts including stage directions are performed by one person. LibriVox has three excellent dramatic recordings with all the parts played by different people so if that is more to your taste, please listen to them. Little needs to be said about the play itself, a sparkling example of Wilde's amazing ability to poke fun at almost everyone while making you laugh out loud at the witty sayings sprinkled throughout the acts. As to the plot, if ...
 
The online magazine by women for women takes to the internet airwaves with its much-loved blend of opinion and humour.
 
We are a diverse community seeking to see our city awakened to and transformed by the love of Jesus.
 
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Criterion Creeps
Weekly
 
Welcome to the Criterion Creeps podcast. A podcast hosted by Jarrett Duncan and RJ Balog where they talk about the Criterion Collection spine by spine in order of release every Wednesday.
 
Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest is subtitled "A Trivial Comedy for Serious People," and has proved immensely popular since its first performance in 1895. The play certainly has its farcical and comic elements, such as the witty banter exchanged by the characters and the flippant attitude towards love and marriage that characterizes the action. However, the play also explores more serious themes through the central story of Jack Worthing's search for his identity. (Summary by El ...
 
The Importance of Being Earnest is a classic comedy of manners in which two flippant young men, in order to impress their respected beloveds, pretend that their names are “Ernest,” which both young ladies believe confers magical qualities on the possessor. It was first performed for the public on February 14, 1895 at the St. James’ Theatre in London, and is regarded by many critics and scholars as being the wittiest play in the English language. (Summary from Wikipedia.org)Characters:John Wo ...
 
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The Cubist Podcast
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A live streamed weekly show discussing various aspects of the modern tabletop gaming hobby.
 
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Geeks On Drama
Rare
 
 
Inspiring, Faith Building messages from Claude Fingleton (Senior Pastor of Cathedral of Praise, Rockhampton) and his key team. Be sure to subscribe to our Podcast to receive and download latest teaching as they become available.
 
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Wyvern Theatre
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The Wyvern Theatre, Swindon, has 635 seats and every seat is designed to be no further than 70ft from the stage. The venue offers a mixed programme of concerts, comedy, dance, drama, musical theatre and local amateur productions.The Wyvern Theatre has a vibrant team of 30 staff members and an additional 30 front of house members.
 
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This week the team catch up with comedian and musical impersonator extraordinaire, Jess Robinson (and a few friends, natch). Mick and Jen chat to Natasha Devon, campaigner, author and presenter of Channel 4’s The Naked Beach about body positivity and mental health. There’s T-bots, gory rips and cat chats in the Bush Telegraph while Jenny Off Th ...…
 
Bob Oesch and Jeni Fehr do a review of the Theology at the Bottleworks discussion on the culture of outrage. Is outrage a bad thing? Is it ever a good thing? Listen as they talk about tempering our tempers and caring about the person behind the opinion.
 
In our 139th episode we're talking spine #158 in the Criterion Collection: Anthony Asquith's THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST from 1952. First RJ talks about RAMPAGE, his first week with Shudder by watching COLD HELL, TERRIFED and MANDY, and Jarrett watched GOOD LUCK, MISS WYCKOFT and THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE.Podcast's intro song 'Here Come the Cre ...…
 
In our 142nd episode we're talking spine #163 in the Criterion Collection: Ronald Neame's HOPSCOTCH from 1980. First RJ watched CAPTAIN MARVEL, some other Walter Matthau pix, and Jarrett watched a bunch of docs on computers and state terror (the good things in life).Podcast's intro song 'Here Come the Creeps' by Ugly Cry Club. You can check out ...…
 
Joben Lewis, Nelson Wolfe and Lindsey Cook tackled the topic of the Resurrection and its implications for their faith. Resources: "Case for Christ" by Lee Strobel, "The Resurrection of the Son of God" by N. T. Wright, "The Reason for God" by Tim Keller, "Can We Trust the Gospels?" by Peter J. Williams…
 
Scrapping no-fault eviction is a start, but as Georgie Laming of Generation Rent tells Hannah and Jen, there are many more difficulties facing those trying to keep their heads above water in the renting section of the housing market. Natasha Devon is back, this time chatting what’s what with anti-semitism in certain sectors of the Labour Party ...…
 
Curtis Gilbert continues our sermon series on the book of Joshua.
 
(This episode was republished by popular demand) Emotional Rollercoaster Synopsis: You may have heard of the expression "emotional rollercoaster". You'll feel excited one minute, and sad the next. Do you find yourself feeling this way? Is it leaving you feeling drained? Let's talk about it. Highlights Of The Show: Everybody Needs A Little Push: ...…
 
Musical comedian and impressionist Jess Robinson chats impersonations, finding your own voice and what it’s really like on Britain’s Got Talent, as Hannah, Mick and Jen just shout ‘do more voices! at her, like the delightful pricks they are. Jess also attempts to teach the team how to ‘do’ Liza Minnelli, which includes a double hip operation an ...…
 
In our 142nd episode we're talking spine #162 in the Criterion Collection: Lynne Ramsay's RATCATCHER from 1999. First RJ and Jarrett talk about PET SEMATARY, PET SEMATARY 2, BILLY ELLIOT, and some Larry Cohen action.Podcast's intro song 'Here Come the Creeps' by Ugly Cry Club. You can check out her blossoming body of work here: uglycryclub.band ...…
 
Curtis Gilbert continues our sermon series on Joshua.
 
Gaining Control Synopsis: After talking about losing control and stopping manipulation, I decided to talk about gaining control. What happens when we gain control in a positive way? What happens when we build our self-worth and self-esteem? It's time to discover your real power! Highlights Of The Show: Everybody Needs A Little Push: Dear Pushy ...…
 
Joanne Harris, globally bestselling author of Chocolat (among many other books), chats to our Mickey about her latest novel, The Strawberry Thief, and a whole host of other topics, including empty nest syndrome, magic and folklore, the pinkification of women authors, being badass on Twitter, and that time someone left a machine gun in her garde ...…
 
In our 141st episode we're talking spines #160 and 161 in the Criterion Collection: Rene Clair's A Nous la Liberte (1931) & Under the Roofs of Paris (1930). First RJ talks about BEAUTIFUL BOY and ATTACK FORCE Z, then Jarrett talks about a bunch of trash, a nice little documentary called CARTS OF DARKNESS, and being one of the few people who saw ...…
 
This week Mickey meets best-selling author Joanne Harris to talk about her new book, The Strawberry Thief, returning characters and why she can smell colours. Hannah caught up with documentary maker Liza Williams to find out what The Yorkshire Ripper Files can teach us about how society treats female victims of crime, even today. Jen talks foot ...…
 
Pastor John preaches from Joshua 14 on the faithfulness of Caleb and his trust in God throughout his lifetime.
 
(This episode was republished due to popular demand) Are You In Denial Synopsis: Are you in denial? Are you using denial as a way to cope? Denial can harm us when we are ignoring a huge part of our life. Let's talk about how to deal with it. Highlights Of The Show: Everybody Needs A Little Push: Dear Pushy Broad From The Bronx, I've been told t ...…
 
Pastor Scott preaches from Joshua 14 on the faithfulness of Caleb and his trust in God throughout his lifetime.
 
Pastor Jason preaches from Joshua 14 on the faithfulness of Caleb and his trust in God throughout his lifetime.
 
Pastor Charlie preaches from Joshua 14 on the faithfulness of Caleb and his trust in God throughout his lifetime.
 
Pastor Carlos preaches from Joshua 14 on the faithfulness of Caleb and his trust in God throughout his lifetime.
 
We've all been teenagers, so we asked mum of two of them Sue Elliott-Nicholls if it was as nightmarish-slash-joyous from the other side and what she’s learned along the way. It was also a chance to hark back to the days when we thought we were getting away with smoking, blushed at the sex chats, ran away with our roller skates (Hannah) and that ...…
 
In our 140th episode we're talking spine #159 in the Criterion Collection: Akira Kurosawa's RED BEARD from 1965. First RJ and Jarrett went to see US for a very spoilerific discussion!Podcast's intro song 'Here Come the Creeps' by Ugly Cry Club. You can check out her blossoming body of work here: uglycryclub.bandcamp.com/releasesLike us on Faceb ...…
 
London Hughes + Jen Brister + Daisy May Cooper + our baffled hosts, Mickey Noonan and Hannah Dunleavy = an absolute balls-to-the-wall gigcast. Topics covered include getting a world record or four, shitting in the streets, the joy of mispronunciation, why hairy legs and litter don't get on and the potential delights of an on-call tuk-tuk.…
 
Tim Holley continues our In The Middle sermon series from the book of Joshua.
 
(This podcast episode has been republished due to popular demand.) Love Isn't Blind Synopsis: In my latest episode, I sit down with Richard and Chandler to talk about love. Is love blind? Is there such a thing as soulmates? Can you grow to love someone? We are answering all of your questions, and giving some advice, in our latest episode! Highl ...…
 
In one of two Sunday Chops today, we talk to author Sophie Hannah about her book - now also a podcast - How To Hold A Grudge and why she thinks "letting it go" isn't always the best way forward. She also tells us about her next Poirot novel and her new project to help authors "get out of their own way". Tuck in!…
 
Sisters, never were there such devoted sisters. Really? Journalist and author Daisy Buchanan chats to our Mick about the complicated relationships of sisterhood – biological, BFFs and feminism. Daisy's new book The Sisterhood is a warm, wise and funny look at those relationships, and she chats body image, teenage girls and magazines, advertisin ...…
 
In this week's episode Mick chats to journalist and author Daisy Buchanan about her latest book The Sisterhood, which charts the sometimes complicated relationship between women, especially those we're related to. We catch up with author Sophie Hannah, host of podcast How To Hold A Grudge, based on her book of the same name, and discover why th ...…
 
Pastor Scott continues our In the Middle series from Joshua 3:7-4:8 looking at the faithfulness of God and the truth of His character – what He has done before in our lives, He can do again.
 
Pastor John continues our In the Middle series from Joshua 3:7-4:8 looking at the faithfulness of God and the truth of His character – what He has done before in our lives, He can do again.
 
Pastor Jason continues our In the Middle series from Joshua 3:7-4:8 looking at the faithfulness of God and the truth of His character – what He has done before in our lives, He can do again.
 
Pastor Charlie continues our In the Middle series from Joshua 3:7-4:8 looking at the faithfulness of God and the truth of His character – what He has done before in our lives, He can do again.
 
Milton Mitchell continues our In the Middle series from Joshua 3:7-4:8 looking at the faithfulness of God and the truth of His character – what He has done before in our lives, He can do again.
 
(This podcast episode has been republished due to popular demand.) How Do We Think Synopsis: How do we think? Well, we think in a multitude of ways. With our heads, hearts, and guts. Which one are we supposed to listen too? You’ll have to find out in my episode How Do We Think. Highlights Of The Show: How do we think? [2:30] Push Moment Q&A [6: ...…
 
In this week's episode, Jen catches up with Angie Thomas, bestselling author of The Hate U Give and On The Come Up. They natter about Angie's books, the experience of disadvantaged young people, and why it's important not to be condescending to teenagers.
 
Hello March, what you got on the telly for us? In this week's episode, we talk the return of Partridge, Derry Girls and Fleabag, as well as Ricky Gervais' After Life. Plus there's all the controversy of Leaving Neverland and Louis Theroux's The Night in Question. Tuck in.
 
In our 138th episode we're talking spine #157 in the Criterion Collection: Wes Anderson's THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS from 2001. This week we're joined once again by Patreon guest host Frank Solano! First RJ talks about that pool scene from THE STRANGERS movie, THE HERO, PYEWACKET, Frank talks about CAPTAIN MARVEL and some Takashi Miike action, and Ja ...…
 
Guest-wise this week, Jen's boxing clever with stone cold legend Jessica Hynes, chatting about her new film, The Fight, and psychotherapist Jane Watson comes in to talk measles, Michael Jackson and the epidemic of denial. Football, rugby, athletics... there's almost too much to mention in Jenny Off The Blocks, and Hannah and Mick are both giddy ...…
 
(This podcast episode has been republished due to popular demand.) Dating Later In Life Synopsis: Are you single or recently divorced and looking to get back into dating? Are you in your 30s, 40s, 50s, or 60s, and wondering what to do? Are you nervous or frustrated about dating later in life? I have all of the answers in my latest episode! High ...…
 
Curtis Gilbert reminds us of God's unceasing goodness, faithfulness and generosity.
 
In our fifth episode of our International Women's Day 2019 series, we caught up with Jennifer Rees, former police officer and author of Voices From The Blue, celebrating 100 years of women in the Metropolitan Police. We chatted about the first intake of birds on the beat, institutionalised sexism, and just how accurate an episode of Luther real ...…
 
In our 137th episode we're talking spine #156 in the Criterion Collection: Peter Davis' HEARTS AND MINDS from 1974. First RJ talks about THE HOUSE and LEAVING NEVERLAND, then Jarrett talks about documentaries GTFO, EARTHLINGS, and movies CONAN THE BARBARIAN and THE CHILDREN.Podcast's intro song 'Here Come the Creeps' by Ugly Cry Club. You can c ...…
 
British Science Week is about to kick off, so to celebrate, the fourth in our IWD2019 series is a round table about women in science. We got together with the Royal Society of Chemistry to talk hidden heroines, the leaky pipeline, mentoring, and the joy of science with Dr Sohini Kar-Narayan, Dr Gemma-Louise Davies, Dr Claire Murray and Pip Matt ...…
 
In the third episode of our International Women's Day 2019 series, Jen catches up with two sporting legends: Manchester City and England midfielder, Jill Scott, and Loughborough Lightning and England Women's Rugby captain, Sarah Hunter. Chat includes the forthcoming Women's Football World Cup, the ongoing Women's Rugby Six Nations, and the incr ...…
 
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