Popular & rare vintage radio programs with brief commentary. Posted weekly.
In the Ellevate Podcast you’ll meet real women having a real impact. Female entrepreneurs, authors, business women, and other inspiring leaders share their experience and takeaways from their careers. Ellevate’s mission is to close the gender achievement gap by bringing more women into positions of leadership. Hosts Kristy Wallace and Maricella Herrera interview female leaders to showcase the immense talent these women bring to the table. www.EllevateNetwork.com
Poised & Powerful Parenting, hosted by Sarah Mayhan, supports new parents in the physical and mental transformation of new parenthood. A teacher of alignment, movement, and the mind-body connection, she believes everyone deserves the empowerment that comes from understanding themselves and how their body works. Tune in every other week to hear episodes that will help you be mindful in the present & open to the future. Learn more about Sarah and Poised Powerful Parenting at https://poisedpowe ...
Booking & Promos: firstname.lastname@example.org Are you ready to be taken from your busy, mundane life, down a twisted path of euphoria and melancholy? From the netherworld which rests just below the surface of this universe, Tybur is infatuated with mortals and their joie de vivre. He will show you the edge where darkness lies, but guide you back to the light, gifting you a fervent outlook on life. Described by Canadian Musician Magazine as ‘a force to be reckoned with’, Tybur emerged from the We ...
Content Warning: pregnancy loss and miscarriage are mentioned throughout this episode. Find mental health support for pregnancy loss at Postpartum Support International. Pregnancy loss isn’t talked about enough, but it’s just as important to hear those stories as it is to hear birth stories. Many women struggle with their pregnancy loss alone and i…
Suspense "Too Little to Live On" December 26, 1947 CBS starring Ozzie Nelson and Harriet Hilliard Suspense "Flesh Peddler" August 4, 1957 CBSBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Meeghan Salcedo to discuss creating a positive, collaborative work culture, the complexities of the term "impostor syndrome," and building trust while working in a hybrid environment.
The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet "Glamour Contest" November 19, 1944 CBS AFRS rebroadcastThe Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet "Bing Crosby Visits" December 11, 1953 ABCBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Jennifer Cassetta to discuss setting boundaries, how the body responds to and survives trauma, and her book, "The Art of Badassery."
Being responsible for your children’s education can feel high pressure - from fostering brain development to choosing schools. Today’s guest will help you zoom out from the details to help you focus on what’s important to you as you incorporate learning in your home. Children’s learning is a whole-self activity, and you might be surprised at the si…
This week, we sit down with Poppy MacDonald to discuss her work with USAFacts and Politico, how her experience on Capitol Hill helped her understand voters, and why more women need to run for office.
Father Knows Best "Should Women Work" September 25, 1952 NBCFather Knows Best "Remembering Names" September 10, 1953 NBCBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Ngozika O'keke to discuss how she got her start as a model in high school, navigating being an entrepreneur during a pandemic, and how to support survivors of sexual assault. Content warning for discussion of sexual assault and domestic abuse.
Lux Radio Theater "Alias Jimmy Valentine" November 09, 1936 CBS Starring Pat O'Brien who sings The Charlady's BallBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Pat Hedley to discuss how networking helps your professional development, figuring out what works best for your comfort level when meeting new people, and how to follow up and stay in touch with new connections.
In parenthood, we realize so much is out of our control - how do we cope when things don’t go as planned? I recently had the honor of being a guest on the Woven podcast talking about my journey using the Alexander Technique as a practice during early parenthood to deal with physical and emotional stresses. This week, episode 40 of Poised & Powerful…
I bet your hands are very busy! So busy it might lead to some common conditions of postpartum or new parenting. This week, I have a bonus episode of the Poised & Powerful Podcast, and I’m sharing common conditions affecting the wrist and how to cope with and prevent them in doing your everyday activities! Some of these conditions include wrist pain…
Lux Radio Theater "Saturday's Children" October 26, 1936 CBS starring Olivia de HavillandBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Sylvia Bugg to discuss her years at PBS, how audiences consume media, and how to be a creative convener.
Lux Radio Theater "The Plutocrat" September 28, 1936 CBS Wallace Beery in a Booth Tarkington storyBy Justeen Ward
So often, in early parenthood, we talk about putting the baby first. Today’s guest has a fresh approach to her journey in breastfeeding that we can all learn from. This week, episode 39 of Poised & Powerful Podcast is sharing the story of two different breastfeeding journeys! Feeding and caring for young children can do a number on your body - and …
Lux Radio Theater "The Curtain Rises" October 12, 1936 CBS starring Ginger RogersBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Nataly Kogan to discuss how burnout changed her world, learning how to say no, and her latest book, "The Awesome Human Project."
Lux Radio Theater "The Vagabond King" August 17, 1936 CBSBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Marah Lidey to discuss learning how to be a leader as a woman of color, how to show up for your friends in difficult moments, and why being told "you have a high tolerance for pain" is not a good thing. CN: short discussion of miscarriage
“How do I know if my baby is getting enough to eat?” is a common worry for new and even seasoned moms. Especially if you’re new to breastfeeding, you might be feeling unsure. Now, there are data-tracking apps and pumps that can help you keep exact measurements and monitor feeding schedules for your infant. But are these helpful or stressful? Are we…
This week, we sit down with Maureen Chiana to discuss emotional intelligence and resilience, getting comfortable with being uncomfortable, and how to stop yourself from catastrophic thinking.
Lux Radio Theater "Chained" July 27, 1936 CBS Starring Joan Crawford and Franchot ToneBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Tiziana Casciaro to discuss intersectionality in power, the support women can offer one another, and her book, "Power, for All: How It Really Works and Why It's Everyone's Business."
This week, we sit down with Emily Lamia to discuss how to know when to leave a job, the importance of your relationship with your manager, and how she became a career coach.
Lux Radio Theater "Irene" June 29, 1936 CBS Starring Jeanette MacDonaldBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Jillian Haslam to discuss her journey from abject poverty to Bank of America, her six (!!!) TED Talks, and her book, "A Voice Out of Poverty."
Listener Warning: This episode discusses topics like sexual assault and abusive relationships as well as suicide and depression. Unplanned Parenthood: Letters to an Army of Millions is an installation about the history of birth control in America that addresses Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger’s racism. It is a mixed media installation ce…
Best Play "Summer and Smoke" May 22, 1953 NBC starring Geraldine Page and Richard KileyBy Justeen Ward
Studio One "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" October 7, 1947 CBSBy Justeen Ward
We are going on a family vacation soon and due to the pandemic, I am a little out of practice with travels with a little one. It’s pretty common for travel to leave our bodies a bit out of sorts, even vacations or travels that are supposed to be fun. Every bit of energy and tip with making an experience more enjoyable, counts. This week, episode 36…
Studio One "An Enemy of the People" May 13, 1947 CBS by Henrik IbsenBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Michelle M. Campbell to discuss communication tips in projects, meeting fatigue, and how to get new teams to bond. Kristy also shares an important update about the podcast, so be sure to tune in for this episode!
This week, we sit down with Yulia Mamonova to discuss the difficulties and support systems of managing an organization based in Ukraine and how companies can help. CN/TW about sexual assault of children in Ukraine and other war crimes.
Cavalcade of America "Young Tom Jefferson" May 25, 1942 NBCThe Magnificent Montague "Fourth of July Picnic" June 30, 1951 NBC starring Monty WoolleyBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Anne-Marie O'Neill to discuss her path to becoming the CEO of Whalerock Industries, navigating the "Old Boys' Club," and learning about communication and humility.
Studio One "Earth and Heaven" December 1, 1947 CBS Geraldine Fitzgerald and Mercedes McCambridgeBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Bonnie Marcus to discuss how she went from being a kindergarten teacher to helping women in the business world, speaking about gendered ageism in the workplace, and her books, "Not Done Yet" and "The Politics of Promotion."
Today’s episode is an embodied meditation all about the pelvic floor. This pause is going to help us take time to connect with a part of the body which we may not normally be aware of. I hope you’ll come away with some key facts and greater confidence in your own body. Grab some pillows and let’s pause together! This week, episode 35 of Poised & Po…
Father's DayA Date with Judy "Father's Day Present" June 10, 1947 NBCThe Jack Benny Program "Father's Day" June 16, 1940 NBCBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Rita Kakati-Shah to discuss what it means to be a gender inclusion strategist, not being valued in a company, and her book, "The Goddess of Go-Getting: Your Guide to Confidence, Leadership, and Workplace Success."
Burns and Allen "Income Tax" first broadcast March 15, 1950 on CBSCorn's a Poppin' with Spike Jones, Dorothy Lamour and Hildegarde rebroadcast over AFRSBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Aaisha Hamid from Alliant to discuss not fitting in, finding groups to question the norm, and understanding cultural differences within a work space.
Do you know where your pelvic floor is, and why should you care about it? That’s exactly what we dive into in today’s episode with Lindsey Vestal. Lindsey is an occupational therapist with a focus on pelvic health, and today she joins us (from Paris!) to talk about the pelvic floor, and how this structure supports our essential functions. This week…
Sealtest Village Store "Yachting Party" May 6, 1948 NBC with Jack Carson and Eve ArdenYoung Love "Engagement Ceremony" July 18, 1949 CBSBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Lara Hodgson to discuss co-authoring "Level Up" with Stacey Abrams, maintaining diversity of thought in problem-solving, and stepping outside your comfort zone.
Memorial Day Program "How Sleep the Brave" May 31, 1948 AFRSThe Great Gildersleeve "Memorial Day Parade" May 30, 1943 NBCBy Justeen Ward
This week, we sit down with Sheela Subramanian to discuss career shifts, what inclusivity means to her, and her book, "How the Future Works: Leading Flexible Teams To Do The Best Work of Their Lives."
We love our kids - but wow, they can press our buttons. How do you keep your cool with your children when dealing with daily frustrations and stresses? I posed this question to Morgan Rysdon, AT teacher and parent. We talk about mindful skills that can help you - but also, you don’t have to be a perfectly calm parent all the time. This week, episod…