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Hey Lady

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Hey Lady

Amanda Jaworski and Lindsay Jaworski

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Join Lindsay and Amanda as they take a deep dive into herstory, while also exploring the silver lining of feminism and equality for all. Every Tuesday, we talk about women we admire throughout history and present day. Come for the stories stay for the sisterhood.
 
"Bereaved But Still Me" is a podcast for the bereaved community that was formerly known as "Heart to Heart with Michael." As we entered Season 5, we decided to rebrand our podcast to make it easier for the bereaved community to find us. We are happy to announce that "Heart to Heart with Michael," was nominated for a 2020 WEGO Health Award. "Heart to Heart with Michael" was a finalist in the Health Podcast category. This was a great honor for our podcast. "Bereaved But Still Me" is a product ...
 
From teacher, business alignment coach, charity founder and entrepreneur, Megan's goal is to help you become who you want to be to create positive change in your business, life and the world. In this show Megan and her guests share actionable strategies, and stories for greater happiness, success, inspiration, fulfilment, love and contribution. From business, social enterprise, and managing failure, to philanthropy, creativity and doing our part to make the world a more loving, just and equi ...
 
Krush House is an online sports betting & gaming video podcast providing an entertaining, and educational view of sports betting and online gaming. Hosted by Wayne Allyn Root, also known as "The King of Sports-Handicapping" in the US, Baywatch's Angelica Bridges, comic, gambler, and all-around degenerate Frank Nicotero, and sideline reporter Deb Whitcas. With special guests every week like Pete Rose and Ron Jaworski.
 
"Heart to Heart with Anna" is the longest-running podcast devoted to the congenital heart defect (CHD) community. Our shows feature Survivors, family members, medical professionals and others in the CHD community who wish to share their stories, expertise, and advice. This show is devoted to empowering, educating and enriching the lives of members of the CHD community.
 
Shame Rules! is a new narrative podcast that explores the many, many, many ways that shame, often invisibly, shapes not just our own lives and experiences, but our entire world. Join host Nick Jaworski (Where There's Smoke) as he investigates shame's role in raising and educating children, determining what laws get written and enforced, deciding how we treat marginalized people, seeing how we view change itself, influencing who has power and who doesn’t - and that's just scratching the surfa ...
 
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Where There's Smoke

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Where There's Smoke

Brett Gajda and Nick Jaworski

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Where There's Smoke explores self-development through the filter of current events, pop culture, and experience. We surf the zeitgeist through an array of audio clips, quotes, concepts, and conversations. In the spirit of The Daily Show and This American Life, we throw everything into an audio centrifuge that separates “what” from “why”. You walk away with insights and actionable solutions to improve your business, relationships, and almost any area of your life.
 
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Pod Bless Texas

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Pod Bless Texas

Armadilla Strategies LLC

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Through their podcast Pod Bless Texas, former candidates Lillian Salerno and Kendall Scudder offer a humorous, informative barstool conversation about the good, the bad and the always oh-so-strange politics of their beloved Texas. Believe it or not, sometimes the most important issue doesn’t involve what bathroom you use.
 
The EMF Action Network (EMFAN) is a organization dedicated to providing discussion on topics concerning the overgrown spread of wireless technology in our lives and how it affects our well being. Each show features different guests and is distributed primarily through podcasts on ITunes and YouTube. Each podcast presents different guests who present their point of view and stories concerning the exorbitant expansion of wireless technology in our culture. Topics include electromagnetic hypers ...
 
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JO HAMYA was born in London in 1997. After living in Miami for a few years, she completed an English degree at King’s College London and a MSt in contemporary literature and culture at Oxford University. There, she divided her research between updating twentieth-century cultural theory into twenty-first-century digital contexts, and the impact of s…
 
In this first of a 2-part series of episodes celebrating 8 years of “Heart to Heart with Anna. we have many of the Hearts Unite the Globe (HUG) Volunteers, the HUG Medical Advisory Board, and our Patrons celebrating and sharing with us. Our participants and links to their past shows (if applicable): HUG Volunteers Rita Scoggins Congenital Heart Def…
 
For NFL fans, being together with family and friends on Thanksgiving is accompanied the trusty sights and sounds of the games going on around the festivities. On this episode of the NFL explained. podcast, Aditi and Mike take you though the history of Thanksgiving Day games and relive some of the most memorable moments from the past. Learn more abo…
 
Claire Vaye Watkins is the author of the short story collection Battleborn and the novel Gold Fame Citrus. She has received the Story Prize, the Dylan Thomas Prize, the New York Public Library's Young Lions Fiction Award, and the Rosenthal Family Foundation Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. A National Book Foundation 5 Under 35 h…
 
"Go for it!" - it's a move that we all love because it creates the potential for us to witness something incredible. In order to make this happen, coaches and players must take into account a multitude of factors to make a quick decision that could shift the momentum of a game. In this episode of the NFL explained. podcast, Aditi and Mike discuss t…
 
TODD BABIAK's most recent novels are The Empress of Idaho, Son of France, and Come Barbarians, which was a Globe and Mail Book of the Year and a number one bestseller. His earlier work includes The Garneau Block, which was a national bestseller, a longlisted title for the Scotiabank Giller Prize, and the winner of the City of Edmonton Book Prize; T…
 
How does having obstacles to playing sports affect a boy’s feelings of self-worth when growing up? In what ways can a young man feed his desire for sports and athletics, even if his body isn’t able to do what his mind wishes he could do? How can an adult Heart Warrior enjoy a passion for sports when he only has half a heart? Michael Hills was born …
 
Eli Tareq El Bechelany-Lynch is a queer Arab poet living in Tio'tia:ke, unceded Kanien'kehá:ka territory (Montreal). Their work has appeared in The Best Canadian Poetry 2018 anthology, GUTS, carte blanche, the Shade Journal, The New Quarterly, Arc Poetry Magazine, Room Magazine, and elsewhere. They participated in the Banff Centre's "Centering Ours…
 
What can we learn from others who have lived through traumatic experiences? Why would someone bicycle almost 5000 miles across the country alone? By the time David Richman was in his late 30s, he knew he needed to make a change. Overweight, sedentary, in an abusive and unhealthy marriage, David realized that he wouldn’t have satisfaction in his lif…
 
What can we learn from others who have lived through traumatic experiences? Why would someone bicycle almost 5000 miles across the country alone? By the time David Richman was in his late 30s, he knew he needed to make a change. Overweight, sedentary, in an abusive and unhealthy marriage, David realized that he wouldn’t have satisfaction in his lif…
 
Why are conferences specifically for adults with congenital heart defects important? Who attends ACHD conferences? What can a person expect to learn at a virtual conference? Annie Ulchak was born in Lima, Peru in 1979 with nomenclature HLHS, pulmonary stenosis, double inlet right atrium, and double outlet right ventricle. She was adopted and had th…
 
Brian Evenson is the author of over a dozen works of fiction. He has received three O. Henry Prizes for his fiction. His most recent book, Song for the Unraveling of the World, won a World Fantasy Award and a Shirley Jackson Award and was a finalist for both the Los Angeles Times Ray Bradbury Prize for Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Speculative Fict…
 
What is it like to be the mom of not one but two children with CHD? How can you manage epilepsy in a child with CHD? Melanie Letzer is a geriatric nurse practitioner. She lives in Maryland with her husband Jack and their three children. Her older son, Freddy, now 16, was born with Tetralogy of Fallot with Pulmonary Atresia with Multiple Aortopulmon…
 
With the NFL's trade deadline happening on November 2 this season, Mike and Aditi take the opportunity to explain the deadline and talk about some of the notable nuances of trading players mid-season. And later in this episode, Super Bowl champion Vernon Davis joins Aditi to provide a players perspective on being traded at the deadline and having v…
 
Rivka Galchen received her MD from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, having spent a year in South America working on public health issues. Galchen completed her MFA at Columbia University, where she was a Robert Bingham Fellow. Her essay on the Many Worlds Interpretation of quantum mechanics was published in The Believer, and she is the recipient…
 
What was it like raising a daughter with a congenital heart defect in Australia in the 1980s? What challenges did parents of a daughter requiring open-heart surgery face? What does an adult Heart Warrior appreciate about her parents now that she's all grown up? Donna and Ian were born in Brisbane, Australia in the 1950s. They met in the early 1980s…
 
An NFL athlete’s diet is an important component of their performance in a time when marginal gains can spell the difference between victory and defeat! This week on the NFL explained. podcast, join Aditi and Mike as they answer the question, "What does an NFL player eat?". Aditi brings some knowledge directly from her conversation with Katy Meassic…
 
Helen Chau Bradley is a writer and musician living in Tio'tia:ke / Montreal. They are the author of Automatic Object Lessons (House House Press, 2020). Their stories and essays have appeared in carte blanche, Cosmonauts Avenue, Entropy Magazine, Maisonneuve Magazine, the Montreal Review of Books, and elsewhere. About Personal Attention Roleplay: A …
 
Can we talk to people who have a different faith than we do about grief and death? What can we learn from each other? What value is there in talking to people of different faiths when it comes to grief and grieving? Stacy Henagan is a co-pastor of Keypoint Church in northwest Arkansas — a multi-campus church she founded with her husband, Casey. She…
 
Can we talk to people who have a different faith than we do about grief and death? What can we learn from each other? What value is there in talking to people of different faiths when it comes to grief and grieving? Stacy Henagan is a co-pastor of Keypoint Church in northwest Arkansas — a multi-campus church she founded with her husband, Casey. She…
 
The NFL explained. podcast goes international! Join Aditi and Mike as they talk about the history and interesting facts surrounding the NFL’s international games. Listen as the Los Angeles Charger’s Austin Ekeler tells us about his experiences playing in other countries, and later, COO of NFL International, Damani Leech joins us as we take a look a…
 
What lessons can we learn from our Heart Warriors? Why might a Heart Mom write a book about her life experiences dealing with CHD? How does a Heart Mom use her personal experiences to fight for others in the hospital? Australian Libby Andrew is a busy mom to four sons: John, 14, Matthew, 12, Stuart, 10, and Daniel, 7. Her youngest son Daniel was bo…
 
When the pandemic hit, we all found ourselves in a terrible new reality wondering what comes next. Imagine for a moment being stuck in an unfamiliar city and not knowing when you'll be able to leave and return home. Well, that's what happened to my guest on today's show, photographer Wesley Verhoeve. For him home was Brooklyn and Amsterdam, but whe…
 
Welcome to the inaugural episode of Hey Lady Book Club! This month Lindsay and Amanda discuss "Body of Truth" where author Harriet Brown takes the cultural and medical obsession with weightless to task. Listen to find out what your hosts think about the book, and what next month's book will be. Come back next week and we'll C U Next Tuesday!…
 
Natasha Brown has spent a decade working in financial services, after studying Maths at Cambridge University. She developed Assembly after receiving a 2019 London Writers Award in the literary fiction category. About Assembly One woman. One day. One decision. A blistering, fearless, and unforgettable literary debut from "a stunning new writer." (Be…
 
Hear how social determinates of health impact the health of our citizens and communities. Host Andy Dix, President of AD Growth Advisers Inc., interviews Dr. Cameual Wright, MD, MBA, the Market Medical Director at CareSource Indiana. CareSource is an award-winning non-profit health insurer making a lasting difference in its members' lives by improv…
 
Monday Night Football: the common cure for a "case of the Mondays” since 1970! This week on the NFL explained. podcast, listen as Aditi and Mike explain the history of Monday night games, and welcome Ron Jaworski and Melissa Stark to the show to tell us about Monday Night from the inside. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcas…
 
Alexandra Kleeman is the author of Intimations, a short story collection, and the novel You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine, which was a New York Times Editor’s Choice. Her fiction has been published in The New Yorker, The Paris Review, Zoetrope, Conjunctions, and Guernica, among other publications, and her other writing has appeared in Harper’s, The…
 
They sit stoically at each end of the field. Jetting into the air, their arms outstretched to count every single game-winning kick! They are the goalposts. In this episode of the NFL explained. podcast, Mike and Aditi tell you all they know about these unsung heroes of the gridiron, and enlist the help of a couple experts. Aditi tells the story of …
 
On this week's episode, we're on staying trend baby! Lindsay and Amanda discuss the good, the bad, and the regrettable about their own experiences with beauty trends. From the pencil thin brows, over tanned skin, statement necklaces and layers upon layers of the early 2000s to the faux freckles, laminated brows, BBLs and cropped everything of today…
 
Paul Cardall was born in 1973 with only half a heart. He had his first open-heart surgery a few hours after birth and two more surgeries at age 13 and 14. As a child, he took piano lessons but wasn’t keen on practice. As a teenager, he started composing and became obsessed. He was hired to play at weddings, in restaurants, and in department stores.…
 
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