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Best Ann podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Ann podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The internet has become a dark place in recent times, so here comes Tracy Ann Oberman and a whole host of celebrity friends to shine a light on what it’s like to be trolled. If you’re finding it hard to engage online about any issue you feel strongly about, and you can't express your opinion because keyboard warriors bully and threaten and attack, then this podcast will be a balm to your soul. Contains swearwords, stories, and absolutely no death threats thank you very much.
 
We are crossing the threshold of a fundamental shift in our WorldView, which carries the potential to positively transform our lives beyond any shift we as humans have ever before experienced. Much more than a fad or a trend, this creative shift of thought - into our power as creators of our lives, work and world - is massive in scope and unlimited in potential - It will alter all we know or believe we have known.
 
Telling the stories that the media ignores! A podcast hosted by Ann McElhinney & Phelim McAleer, the conservative filmmakers behind the Gosnell movie, Fracknation, The Harvey Weinstein Trial: Unfiltered, and FBI Lovebirds. Tune in for our daily podcast, The Daily Virus which gives you the updates the media ignores on COVID-19. On Wednesdays we release the Ann & Phelim Scoop (also available on YouTube) with guests like Dennis Prager, Eric Metaxas, Mollie Hemingway, and more! Project of the Un ...
 
Set in the Louisiana bayou country, here is a drama rich with suspense...the story of lovely Trillium Pierce powerless at the mercy of a murderer who believes that he has no power over himself - that his determination to kill is written in the stars. The frightened girl is helpless, as her friends at Aurelian College are victimized by the menace who stalks the swampland in a nun's habit.Margaret Ann Hubbard was a writer of various genres: historical novels, Catholic children's books, and sev ...
 
Take charge of your life, your career, and everything in between so you can live YOUR bigger story! Your host, Dr. Ann Vertel, is a success psychologist, self-leadership expert, executive coach, high-performance consultant, and 20-year naval officer who will help you master your mindset so you can create the life of your dreams. Learn more at https://AnnVertel.com
 
Ann Veronica was a controversial book detailing the development of a naive school girl into a “New Woman”. When it was published, the Spectator described it as a “poisonous book … capable of poisoning the minds of those who read it.” Although it is unlikely to offend modern listeners in this way, this novel addresses many feminist issues that are still relevant today.
 
In From the Darkness Cometh the Light, or Struggles for Freedom Delaney tells the story of how she was born into slavery of her mother--a freeborn black woman who had been kidnapped and sold on the blocks--but escaped while a teenager and eventually sued in court for her freedom. After the Civil War, Delaney spent the rest of her life inspiring other African Americans to take advantage of the new opportunities available to them as a result of their new found freedom, and to constantly strive ...
 
Set in the picturesque wilds of a Midwestern resort town at the height of the tourist season, Sister Simon’s Murder case begins with the murder of a terrified elderly lady, Dannie Grear. But what was she so afraid of? And who is the killer who keeps attacking anyone he thinks may know too much? The opinionated local police ran into one obstacle after another in their attempts to find the elusive killer. But the menace was effectively removed by the independent investigation of Sister Simon, ...
 
Top nutritionist, visionary health expert and bestselling author, Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS, has always been a trendsetter in functional and integrative medicine. Continually breaking new ground in traditional and holistic health, she is internationally recognized as a pioneer in dietary, environmental, and women's health issues and is known as "The First Lady of Nutrition" among her millions of followers worldwide.
 
Law School Expert, Inc. empowers and educates prospective law students about everything related to law school admission and the law school decision. Ann Levine, chief consultant and president, is the author of The Law School Admission Game (Amazon's bestselling law school guidebook) and The Law School Decision Game. The Law School Expert Blog is read by nearly 200,000 law school applicants each year.
 
To the millions of children and grown-ups who have loved a Rag Doll, the author dedicated these stories. Now listen as Shannon reads to you Raggedy Ann’s exciting adventures; as gentle and charming today, as they were when first published in 1918. Find out what is written on her candy heart, what was the gift the fairies brought, and all about Raggedy Ann’s new sisters.
 
Ann Johnson, CVP of the Cybersecurity Solutions Group at Microsoft, talks with cybersecurity thought leaders and influential industry experts about the trends shaping the cyber landscape and what should be top-of-mind for the C-suite and other key decision makers. Ann and her guests explore the risk and promise of tools and systems powered by AI, IoT, machine learning, and other emerging technology, as well as the impact on how humans work, communicate, consume information, and live in this ...
 
Our ringleader, Gaye Ann Bruno and her diverse group of “girlfriends” leave no stone unturned as they discuss various topics ranging from sex, music, spirituality, philosophy, politics and more, in this tongue-in-cheek unfiltered, un-PC, explicit & raw podcast. Managing to discuss at least 25 topics in a one hour roller coaster time frame, these ‘poddy’ mouth girls are “cool” enough to be invited into the boys locker room, and not feel out of place. They are equal parts funny, articulate, th ...
 
This is the book that started it all. Johnny Gruelle gave his daughter Marcella a rag doll, on which he had drawn an eternally smiling face. Marcella and Raggedy Ann became inseparable, and inspired Gruelle to write Raggedy Ann Stories, which was sold with its very own Raggedy Ann doll. Sadly, Marcella died at age 13 after complications from a smallpox vaccine, but Gruelle continued writing about Raggedy Ann. (description by Zachary Brewster-Geisz)
 
LIVE WED 7 PM ET/6 CT/5 MT/4 PT Do you LOVE rocks and crystals? Have you ever wondered what the difference between them is? Or how they can work and help in your daily life? Jody Ann Roy is a mother, wife and Memere with a background and degree in science. She has collected rocks her whole life. She takes a no-nonsense approach to life, her business and rocks. https://flutterbynaturally.com/
 
The love story between a nobleman and a beautiful lady whom he meets in church leads both of them to unexpected places, as many people would not put up with their love. This novel is considered to be one of the best Gothic novels ever written, by one of the first (and best) writers of the genre. How does an "indecent" love story become a Gothic tale? What is the outcome of this love story? If you want to know, read this book. (Summary by Stav Nisser)
 
Created from, and ONLY from music scored in thrift stores. Brought to you by DJ Sally Ann in all her low-tech glory. Sounds Like The Thrift Store plays cassettes, vinyl records, the occasional CD and generally music you've never heard before - though it's definitely not new. Musical recycling and hilarity. Recorded in the Yukon Territory, Canada. Contact: djsallyann@gmail.com
 
As I write this, I have before me on my desk, propped up against the telephone, an old rag doll. Dear old Raggedy Ann! The same Raggedy Ann with which my mother played when a child. There she sits, a trifle loppy and loose-jointed, looking me squarely in the face in a straightforward, honest manner, a twinkle where her shoe-button eyes reflect the electric light. Evidently Raggedy has been to a "tea party" today, for her face is covered with chocolate. She smiles happily and continuously. Tr ...
 
A Sicilian Romance is a Gothic novel by Ann Radcliffe. It was her second published work, and was first published anonymously in 1790. The plot concerns the turbulent history of the fallen aristocrats of the house of Mazzini, on the northern shore of Sicily, as related by a tourist who becomes intrigued by the stories of a monk he meets in the ruins of their doomed castle.The introduction to the 'Worlds Classics' edition notes that in this novel "Ann Radcliffe began to forge the unique mixtur ...
 
Amelia B. Edwards wrote this historical, egyptological, and cultural study in in 1877, and it became an immediate best-seller, reprinted in 1888 at home in England and abroad. She travelled throughout Egypt at a time when most women didn't leave home. One of the pioneering Egyptologists of the age, she established the Edwards Chair of Egyptology, occupied first by the great Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie. This book is in a sense a seminal work, known to have influenced the modern writin ...
 
Amelia B. Edwards wrote this historical travelogue in in 1873. The book describes her travels through a relatively un-visited area in the South Tyrol district of Italy. The Dolomites are a part of that most famous of mountain chains, the Alps. In this book, the Writer and her friend and companion, L., travel from Southern Italy, having over-wintered there, to visit the Dolomite district. Her chatty style, dry sense of humor, accuracy of facts, and sympathy for humanity set her works apart. T ...
 
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In prayer we hear the voice of the Divine telling us that we are enough. Telling us to trust and to rest in the Creator. Telling us that we are not alone. Telling us that there is grace sufficient enough for us, even when we’re at our worst or most fearful. That is the primary root and source of our strength. Learn more about Blue Ocean Church at a…
 
The New York Times is absolutely out of control -- and no one is fact checking their lies. Today we dissect one of the most outrageous claims from "The Paper Of Record." Is America really the worst modern country in the world in terms of containing COVID-19? Is the virus overtaking our daily lives? If you've been a loyal listener to the show -- you…
 
Alicia Fajardo is the owner of Transformations Studio in Portland, Oregon and creator of The Fajardo Method of Holistic Biomechanics®. This modality focuses on nervous system health and biomechanics, which include body structure, alignment, and healthy, supported movement. Because biomechanics are dictated by the nervous system state, understanding…
 
Have you ever written a blog post and found it’s growing too big and unwieldy? Or you set out to develop a book only to realize you don’t have enough material to fill a 45K- or 50K-word manuscript? If so, you’re struggling with Goldilocks Syndrome: your idea is too big or too small for the project’s purpose and the way it’ll be published or shared …
 
This episode originally aired on December 5, 2019. On Easter Monday in 1930, a fire trapped hundreds of inmates in the aging Ohio Penitentiary just minutes after they returned to their cells after a holiday supper. What remains the deadliest prison fire in American history claimed the lives of 320 men who hailed from every corner of the country and…
 
Economic indicators in June and July show just how much damage the pandemic has inflicted. The U.S. suffered its worst quarter ever as the GDP fell a historic 32.9% last month. In Congress, lawmakers are working to hash out a new stimulus package as jobless Americans face their first week without $600 in federal help. Millions are feeling the pain.…
 
The Obama's never cease to amaze us! After a massive deal with Spotify to create podcast content for their platform, the Obama's have released their first podcast. A podcast all about Michelle! And who did Michelle interview for her first big show? Her husband, former President Barack Obama! We listened to the show and we've pulled out the most hyp…
 
Just when you thought the pandemic and the lockdowns were almost over, countries throughout the world who were praised for taking stringent action against the coronavirus are now seeing new virus spikes. In Victoria, the second most populous state in Australia, a stringent new lockdown has been implemented that nearly prohibits leaving one's home f…
 
With coronavirus cases hovering at near-record highs, a growing number of Ohio colleges and universities are rethinking on-campus plans for the fall. Miami University has reversed its decision for an on-campus start, opting for online only. Ohio University is taking a phased-in approach.By All Sides Staff
 
You can't go to church and you can't have a funeral for your loved one . . . but politicians can! The late Representative John Lewis' funeral was a shocking display of how the left will break their own rules and edicts when it is convenient for them. Packed pictures of the funeral showed little to no social distancing and D.C.'s Mayor Muriel Bowser…
 
From Cassie, our worship pastor: “This pandemic and its effects are taking a toll on all of us. How can we envision a reality beyond our current circumstances?” Learn more about Blue Ocean Church at a2blue.org, watch virtual service recordings, and get access for next week’s live virtual service, at a2blue.org/virtual-sunday-service/…
 
Ann talks with Matt Adams, Golf Channel and NBC Sports Golf Analyst, best-selling author and Host of ‘Fairways of Life’ podcast, about how the 2020 golf season will be viewed because of the pandemic; how golf is booming on the amateur level; his observations of Tiger Woods, on and off the course, the dynamic between Tiger and the media; and what’s …
 
Ann talks with Matt Adams, Golf Channel and NBC Golf Analyst, best-selling author and host of ‘Fairways of Life’ podcast, about how the 2020 golf season will be viewed because of the pandemic; sport being a metaphor of life; his observations about Tiger Woods, on and off the course, the dynamic between Tiger and the media; and what’s really respons…
 
This episode originally aired on June 17, 2020. The pandemic has heightened a host of ethical dilemmas, from medical decisions about which patient to save to social quandaries about mask-wearing etiquette. As far back as the 14th century, people living through plagues and pandemics have sorted through modern versions of the same essential questions…
 
Jake Tapper is one of CNN's most praised anchors and a very vocal liberal activist on Twitter. On today's episode we take a look at one of his early COVID tweets from back in February where he promotes some OUTRAGEOUS COVID statistics that show he and Dr. Fauci are not the most credible pandemic experts. We also bring you a heartbreaking story from…
 
This episode originally aired on May 19, 2020. From the plague to the present day coronavirus pandemic, disease outbreaks have shaped everything in society from politics to personal relationships. Yale medical historian Frank Snowden explores this theme in his recent book, Epidemics and Society: From the Black Death to the Present.…
 
Hundreds of millions of dollars in so-called “dark money” have flowed into 2020 election coffers at all levels of government -- with both parties taking advantage of legal means to conceal who’s donating to them. In Ohio, federal investigators last week alleged undisclosed contributions funneled through a 501(c) 4 nonprofit was the lynchpin in a $6…
 
Hundreds of millions of dollars in so-called “dark money” have flowed into 2020 election coffers at all levels of government -- with both parties taking advantage of legal means to conceal who’s donating to them. In Ohio, federal investigators last week alleged undisclosed contributions funneled through a 501(c) 4 nonprofit was the lynchpin in a $6…
 
James refers to Torah and the Exodus liberation story as the “law of liberty” He likens it to a mirror we need to look at long and hard, lest we forget who we are in the oppression systems of this world. There we find no counterpart to the “good white people” many us hope to be (compared to the bad people/racists. It’s not about being good: it’s ab…
 
The plethora of statistics used to quantify the coronavirus pandemic can overwhelm anyone. Experts track cases, hospitalizations, deaths, positivity rates and R-naughts, but it is hard figure out which ones give us the best idea of how we’re doing fighting the virus. At the same time, many experts say that we are undercounting the number of cases a…
 
The plethora of statistics used to quantify the coronavirus pandemic can overwhelm anyone. Experts track cases, hospitalizations, deaths, positivity rates and R-naughts, but it is hard figure out which ones give us the best idea of how we’re doing fighting the virus. At the same time, many experts say that we are undercounting the number of cases a…
 
This episode originally aired on June 18, 2020. In the summer of 1964 more than 20 members of the Ku Klux Klan murdered three civil rights workers in a tragic episode of racial injustice that would become known as the “Mississippi Burning” case. The identities of the killers, which included a sheriff’s deputy, were an open secret, but charges were …
 
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