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A weekly study of converging right-wing conspiracy theories and faux-progressive wellness utopianism. At best, the conspirituality movement attacks public health efforts in times of crisis. At worst, it fronts and recruits for the fever-dream of QAnon. As the alt-right and New Age horseshoe toward each other in a blur of disinformation, clear discourse and good intentions get smothered. Charismatic influencers exploit their followers by co-opting conspiracy theories on a spectrum of intensit ...
 
From the band that brought you the face melting rock & roll licks, screaming raw vocals, and powerfully deep rhythms, bring you a whole new way to experience the guys behind the music! Derek, Chase, and Andrew have created The Deaf Pilots Podcast. Not just a podcast talking about music (well a little bit), but pretty much anything and everything we can wrap our minds around. So come on in, the water's fine!
 
The Bulletproof Screenwriting® Podcast shows you how to make your screenplays bulletproof by interviewing the top screenwriters, story consultants & authors in the film industry. They discuss the craft and business of screenwriting. This is the screenwriting podcast for the rest of us. No fluff. No BS. Just straight talk that will help you on your screenwriting journey. Some of the past guests include 3X Oscar® Winning Writer/Director Oliver Stone, James V. Hart (Dracula, Hook), John August ...
 
Two guys with too many big questions! From the origins of written language to quantum mechanics, we’re out to make sense of it all. Spellbound is a weekly podcast hosted by Julian Smith (Director/Comedian) & Andrew Rader (MIT PhD, Canada’s Greatest Know-It-All). For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.com Link to survey: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4
 
We're a podcast for anyone who writes. Every week we talk to writers about their writing journeys and techniques, from early career debuts to self-publishers and narrative designers. We've featured Margaret Atwood, Jackie Kay, Sara Collins, Antti Tuomainen, Val McDermid, Sarah Perry, Elif Shafak and many more! The Writing Life is produced by the National Centre for Writing at Dragon Hall in Norwich.
 
Pete Tessier & Curt Wyatt host the leading podcast about Insurance. Whether it's home insurance, auto insurance, business, people, insurance companies or more the Insurance Podcast discusses the relevant issues within the P&C insurance sector. From CEOs, to insurance brokers, VPs, owners, innovators, the podcast will feature those within the insurance industry who lead change. This podcast also considers the future with social media, consumer facing, fin-tech or startups, or AI, we will shed ...
 
ASPN, a service of Coastal News Today, is the platform for top minds in coastal and ocean business, policy, science, and advocacy. With ASPN, you'll be better prepared, better informed, and better equipped to thrive, no matter what you do on the coast. See the complete coastal landscape with ASPN and CNT and gain insight into the critical issues affecting the American shoreline. No other platform brings together so many cross-sectional coastal experts. We believe understanding the spectrum o ...
 
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Joe Michael Straczynski is the creator of influential science fiction classic Babylon 5; he has worked extensively for Marvel and DC comics, was nominated for a BAFTA for his screenplay Changeling, directed by Clint Eastwood; co-created Sense8 with the Wachowskis for Netflix; worked on the screenplay for the first Thor movie, helping to shape what …
 
In this episode of Going Coastal, your co-hosts Jon and Marissa will introduce you to the president and vice president of the SNP Chapter: Eve Eisemann and Taylor Zimmerman! We’ll give you a behind-the-scenes view of these dynamic leaders, their early experiences with ASBPA, and how they came to be in their current positions. Eve and Taylor will fi…
 
This Pride Month, Human Rights Campaign President Alphonso David discusses the importance of viewing the fight for LGBTQ equality through an intersectional lens. See more from Jonathan Capehart: https://www.washingtonpost.com/people/jonathan-capehart/?utm_source=podcasts&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=cape-up Read more from Washington Post Opinio…
 
We have a whole 10 years to celebrate the ocean during the Ocean Decade, but we're doubling up this month as June is officially World Ocean Month and June 8th is World Ocean Day! This month's episode of The Ocean Decade Show is combining these celebrations and digging deep into the first Decade Actions that have been endorsed as part of the Ocean D…
 
On this episode, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham welcome Helen Brohl to the show to talk about her new show coming out on ASPN later this month, "North Coast Chronicles: Tales from the Great Lakes." Carved 14,000 years ago, the Great Lakes are the freshwater seas of America's North Coast. Over 1200 miles from the mouth of the entrance to the St.…
 
On this special rebroadcast of the Sea Change podcast, Jenna Valente is joined by Danni Washington, the co-founder of Big Blue and You, co-creator of Sea Youth Rise Up, a science communicator, an ocean advocate, and a television personality. A Miami native with Jamaican roots, Danni Washington is deeply passionate about oceans and science communica…
 
Julian Stillitano and The Croo Group want to change the way we think about telecommunications and insurance. While the internet may be the best tool for distribution the phone is still a broker or agent's best friend. Julian explains the benefits of integrated telephony into a brokerage and how it can serve clients, sales and efficiency along with …
 
Jessie Greengrass is on the pod to discuss her latest novel The High House. Jessie is an award-winning writer and was selected by Elif Shafak for the 2019 International Literature Showcase. Asking the questions is Vicki Maitland. Meanwhile, Simon and Steph look back at the City of Literature festival (which you can catch up on here: http://national…
 
The Serra de Tramuntana mountain range in Mallorca, Spain is a UNESCO world heritage site under the ‘cultural heritage’ category. With centuries of rich history and multiple cultures shaping the people and physical landscape of the Mediterranean island it’s no wonder the mountain range and the communities that live around it boast some of the best …
 
After working in the IFH labs for the first part of 2021 I can finally announce what it is. May I introduce Indie Film Hustle's FILMMAKER PROCESS? Filmmaker Process offers comprehensive professional services for hire to help filmmakers and screenwriters, working at any budget level, get their film project to the finish line. I wanted to put the muc…
 
There are performers that impact your life without you even knowing it and today's guest fits that bill. On the show we have comedic genius, multi-award-winning actor, writer, producer, director, and television host, Billy Crystal. We’ve seen Billy’s versatile work across all areas in the entertainment world, stand-up, improv, Broadway, behind and …
 
"The first thing that happened that I said was, 'God, please don’t let me die here today.'" The musician and entrepreneur shares how his protest experience changed his life. See more from Jonathan Capehart: https://www.washingtonpost.com/people/jonathan-capehart/?utm_source=podcasts&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=cape-up Read more from Washington…
 
The second episode in our series profiling the leadership of independent broker/agent association features Grant Wainikka, CEO of IBAM. Grant talks about leaving one industry to enter insurance and how his past experiences already had him familiar with new challenges. Having guided the association through difficult and problematic negotiations with…
 
This week, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham welcome Dr. James Sullivan back to the show to discuss the condition of Florida's harmful algal blooms, most notably Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) and Karenia brevis (red tide). Dr. James Sullivan — nicknamed "Dr. Doom of the Algal Bloom" by his wife — is a leading algal researcher and Executive Dire…
 
In this special rebroadcast of the first of Changing Waters' 2019 series on the plight of southern resident killer whales, National Fisheries Conservation Center's Deputy Director Julia Sanders interviews NOAA researcher Laurie Weitkamp about the food web effects caused by recent heat waves in the Pacific ocean, including the "warm blob." These cha…
 
In the final episode of our Imagining the City series, author and artist Lynn Buckle joins us from Dublin to talk to Flo Reynolds about writing her first book, feeling like a fraud and how to write positively about the climate crisis. Lynn's first novel, The Groundsmen, was published in 2018 by époque press. Nominated for the Republic of Consciousn…
 
On The Capitol Beach, Derek Brockbank looks at the Federal Flood Risk Management Standard (FFRMS) with Chad Berginnis from the Association of State Flood Plain Managers (ASFPM) and Joel Scata with NRDC. The FFRMS was an Obama-era Executive Order (EO 13690) that required any infrastructure project that received federal flooding to demonstrate some l…
 
This week, I sat down with one of the most legendary and successful screenwriters/producers in Hollywood, Oscar® Winner Eric Roth. Over a 50+ years career, he's well-known for writing or producing films like Forrest Gump, A Star is Born, Mank, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Munich, Ali, and the list goes on. The critically and commercially ac…
 
Three writers reflect on the atmospheric pressure of the year they’ve just had in Weather With You – a series of three written commissions and podcasts that address what it means to be a writer today, and why we write. Abir Mukherjee is the Times bestselling author of the Sam Wyndham series of crime novels set in Raj era India. His debut, A Rising …
 
If there’s one thing we can count on along our dynamic coasts, it’s change. With rising seas, warming waters, and extreme storms reshaping our shores, now more than ever, coastal communities need reliable data to make sense of the changes they can see, and those they can’t. In this episode, Reserve scientists Dr. Jude Apple (Padilla Bay) and Dr. Ka…
 
The Minnesota attorney general discusses the Floyd case and the need for Congress to take immediate action on police reform. See more from Jonathan Capehart: https://www.washingtonpost.com/people/jonathan-capehart/?utm_source=podcasts&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=cape-up Read more from Washington Post Opinions: https://www.washingtonpost.com/op…
 
Three writers reflect on the atmospheric pressure of the year they’ve just had in Weather With You – a series of three written commissions and podcasts that address what it means to be a writer today, and why we write. Derek Owusu is a writer, poet and podcaster from north London. He discovered his passion for literature at the age of twenty-three …
 
Three writers reflect on the atmospheric pressure of the year they’ve just had in Weather With You – a series of three written commissions and podcasts that address what it means to be a writer today, and why we write. Kerri ní Dochartaigh was born in 1983, in Derry-Londonderry at the border between the North and South of Ireland. She read English …
 
On this jam-packed show, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham are joined by Brad Warren, host of ASPN's Changing Waters podcast and Executive Director of the National Fisheries Conservation Center, to discuss three fascinating topics on the American Shoreline. First, they take up the water crisis on the Klamath River, going into the history of how th…
 
On this rebroadcast of the Ship to Shore podcast from May 2019, host Robert Frump is joined by Gilbert M. Gaul to discuss his (then) new book, The Geography of Risk, Epic Storms, Rising Seas, and the Cost of America's Coasts. Gaul reveals what he characterizes as the confounding array of federal subsidies, tax breaks, low-interest loans, grants, an…
 
Insurance needs change but not just with distribution and products. Nestor Hugo Solari the CEO and Co-founder of Sigo has built a platform with a purpose that has as much to do with social cause and socio-economic effect as it does with a new way to buy insurance. He's not on a mission, but he and Sigo have a purpose. Nestor tells his story about w…
 
Icelandic writer Valur Gunnarsson joins Sarah Bower to discuss his work, with a focus on alternate histories. He is best known as a writer of creative historical fiction; his first novel was a Viking fantasy and his third an alternative history where the Germans invade Iceland in World War II. Meanwhile, his second novel was a piece of autofiction …
 
Join Jenna on this episode of the Sea Change Podcast as she welcomes back her pal and friend of the network, Willis Brown. Some of you may remember Willis from the Surf. Sail. Seafood audio adventure highlighting his summer sailing journey along the coast of Maine with friends Spike Smigelski and Ben Hayden as they survived on the water, learning f…
 
This week, I invited author, writer, and director, Jamie Nash on the show to discuss his ‘Save The Cats Writes for TV’ formula in his new book, Save the Cat!® Writes for TV: The Last Book on Creating Binge-Worthy Content You'll Ever Need. Jamie is a horror and children’s film screenwriter with fifteen years of experience writing projects for Nickel…
 
In this month's episode of the American Blue Economy Podcast, we explore the Marine Transportation System (MTS) and how to make it more sustainable, productive, and efficient. Our guests include Coast Guard Rear Admiral Richard Timme, Chair of the Coordinating Board for the US Committee on the MTS, Helen Brohl who is the Executive Director of that …
 
The retired Army brigadier general, professor and author of "Robert E. Lee and Me: A Southerner’s Reckoning with the Myth of the Lost Cause" discusses the Confederate general's legacy and its impact on him. See more from Jonathan Capehart: https://www.washingtonpost.com/people/jonathan-capehart/?utm_source=podcasts&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=…
 
Matthew had a plan for this week — a 4K word essay on what could be learned from studying the content of an outrageously offensive conspiritualist... but then he shelved it. Why? A last-minute, off-the-cuff discussion on what it means to indulge or not indulge moral outrage porn. What it means to punch up or down, and how we decide. How we might co…
 
This week, host Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham head out to the West Coast to look at coastal management in the Golden State. Joining the show is Dr. Charles Lester, the director of the Ocean and Coastal Policy Center in the Marine Science Institute at UC Santa Barbara. Dr. Lester previously worked for the State of California and the California …
 
On this special rebroadcast of the Catch Curve, host Robert Jones sits down with legendary outdoor writer Shannon Tompkins to discuss the environmental, political, and policy changes he has observed over his 40-year career with the Houston Chronicle. Tompkins is a past president of the Texas Outdoor Writers Association and his reporting has won nat…
 
In the third of our Imagining the City podcasts, New Zealand writer Liz Breslin talks to British academic and poet Tiffany Atkinson about writing communities and how writing can help you discover yourself. Liz also reads two of her poems, including one from her new collection, In Bed with the Feminists. Flo Reynolds also jumps on the pod to introdu…
 
We're diving into distribution efficiency here but on the 'other' side of insurance, the Life and Accident business. Andrew Ostro was recently part of the Wolfpack session at Insurtech North pitching PolicyMe and how he sees the purchasing point of insurance change. Andrew explains what he learned through development to an MVP and ultimately a prod…
 
Are the oceans being emptied out by overfishing or are fish stocks recovering thanks to recent efforts to strengthen the sustainability of harvests? And who gets to decide? On this episode, Suzanne ludicello, a founding board member of the National Fisheries Conservation Center, talks with Brad Warren about a tool she co-developed with a team at th…
 
Welcome to Episode 1 of the ASBPA Students and New Professionals (SNP) Chapter podcast: Going Coastal! This podcast is for all things coastal for current and emerging coastal professionals across the nation. In this pilot episode, the three co-hosts of the podcast - Heather Wade, Jon Miller, and Marissa Torres - will introduce you to the podcast as…
 
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