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If you are a musician, writer, visual artist, actor, or some other type of creative entrepreneur, this show is for you! Host Bob Baker is on a mission to help creative people of all kinds use their talents and know-how to make a living and make a difference in the world! The podcast features interviews and helpful advice from Bob, who has been self-employed in the arts for most of his life (as an author, musician, visual artist, actor, and improv comedy instructor).
 
Legendary film critic Leonard Maltin and his daughter Jessie are the ultimate movie fans. They love talking about movies, especially with people who share their enthusiasm—from living legends like Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, and Quincy Jones to such contemporary artists as Amy Adams, Viggo Mortensen, Laura Dern, and Bryan Cranston. You’ll meet all kinds of interesting people and hear their recommendations of unsung movies you ought to know.
 
Hosts/nerds Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton are your friendly music buddies with the week's best new music discoveries, including conversations with emerging artists, icons and more. Hear songs that can completely change your day, with humor, heart and (sometimes) a whole lot of noise. Directions for use: Morning commute, the gym, or alone time. (If rash persists, discontinue use.)
 
Berkshire Football Stories with Tom Canning and Rob Davies is a podcast that aims to dig deep into the history of the non-league and grassroots game across the county. We’ll be talking to former players, managers and people behind the scenes about anything from the really big to really niche moments in time to shining the spotlight on a playing career. Episodes coming up include conversations with Wokingham & Emmbrook president Mark Ashwell, Jon Underwood and Neil Baker the Slough Town manag ...
 
World Music Views is a podcast about music business, music technology and music cultures. Featuring Damian Marley, Walshy Fyah, Cham, Beenie Man, Sean Paul, Earl Chapman, Steve Urchin, Jeremy Harding, Jesse Royal. Follow: IG: @worldmusicviews Twitter: @worldmusicviews Facebook: World Music Views Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/worldmusicviews/support
 
Stuart Maconie and Elizabeth Alker meet up to tell each other extra-ordinary tales from 400 years of musical history. From a murderous 16th Century madrigal composer to Batley Variety Club - Yorkshire's very own Caesar's Palace... and from the espionage-tinted roots of the theremin to the wild weekend that was the Bickershaw pop festival... Notable has the lot. Produced by Geoff Bird, artwork by Rory Clifford.
 
HOSTED BY RICHARD BROWNSTEIN, SOUND ADVICE IS A BEHIND-THE-SCENES LOOK AT ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY. MORE THAN A PODCAST, SOUND ADVICE IS A PLATFORM FOR MUSICIANS & INDUSTRY EXPERTS TO SHARE THE SECRETS OF THEIR ENTREPRENEURIAL SUCCESS. JOIN US FOR IN-DEPTH PROFILES AND HARD-HITTING INTERVIEWS WITH INDUSTRY INSIDERS AND THE TOP NAMES IN MUSIC TODAY.
 
Stu, Derek, and their guests will laugh about and explore all of the weird, scary, creepy things that keep us up at night, and the one thing that helps us forget all about them. From nuclear proliferation to ghosts to asteroids to artificial intelligence and everything in between, each episode will bring a new personal fear and a new craft beer (or, being realistic, a few of each) that we will analyze while we usually veer off and explore several tangents. My guests will include friends, col ...
 
Casey Wayne Smith (Whittier California, November 2, 1990) is a singer songwriter and musician. Smith's sound combines true elements of indie, folk, pop and acoustic. Since his first self album release in Janurary of 2016 Apartment Sessions ( as a joke) Smith has hit the hearts of many under ground folk music lovers. Early life: Smith, a native of Whittier, lived between his mother and father for 18 years. At the age of 10 he picked up the guitar after being inspired by the hit song "Johnny B ...
 
Listen in on revealing and thoughtful conversations with fascinating men and women who took an oath to support and defend our Constitution and our nation – leaders in law enforcement, the military, the intelligence community, and many more. What inspired these people? What drew them to this work? How did they overcome adversity and failure? And what are the lessons for our country and our democracy as we move forward? These captivating stories exemplify what is best about our nation: integri ...
 
Through their own words, The Cleveland Browns Present Club 46 tells the stories of the men that have joined the exclusive club of being a Cleveland Brown. Players featured are from all generations including Paul Warfield and Jim Brown through to Baker Mayfield and Odell Beckham Jr.. You’ll hear the stories that got them onto the field and what Cleveland football was and is to them. Download new episodes throughout the season.
 
MAKE MOVES is an interview based show, hosted by John Hammond, that peeks into the minds of creative risk takers, and those who support them, by thinking – and doing things – differently. Guests include musicians and music industry visionaries, architects, journalists, farmers, dancers, artists, authors, designers, craftsmen, photographers, etc., etc., etc. Some guests are already famous, some are on the way, and some will never survive, but they all have fascinating human stories to tell. T ...
 
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Support my life's work at https://www.patreon.com/bobbaker with a small monthly contribution and get exclusive perks. Listen to these Morning "I AM" affirmations inspired by Dr. Wayne W Dyer and his book, "Wishes Fulfilled." Affirm your new identity and self-image - one that will upgrade and empower you to live your best life ever. Watch the YouTub…
 
I missed an important anniversary, FSN's 10th! Hard to believe I've been doing this for 10 years now, over 7000 episodes later. Not many podcasters have been around as long as I have and fewer still have done that many shows. I only have you to thank. It's been an amazing ride, with amazing friends, some of whom I consider among my closest. I have …
 
The “old” Normal was fun, but how fun was it really. The commute was a killer and took its toll on the family. We were all working harder and making less. Time was at a premium and so was spending time with your family. The focus on consumption was all enveloping. We now defend on many other countries for vital resources. Off-shoring had many destr…
 
The best albums out this week include GoldLink's Haram!, H.E.R.'s Back of My Mind, a comic book soundtrack called Dark Nights: Death Metal, a debut album from trans punk Cher Strauberry and more. Featured Albums: 1. Goldlink — Haram! Featured Songs: "Terrordome" and "Evian" 2. Various — Dark Nights: Death Metal Featured Song: "Diana" by Chelsea Wol…
 
Justin Huhn runs Uranium Insider and a new guest. He’s looking for a new bull market in Uranium. Since Sprott has taken over the Uranium Participation Corporation, spot deliveries will now have to take place in a much shorter time frame, whereas they used to take place in a 12 month time period. This should have very bullish consequences. Uranium p…
 
Growing up was a political affair for activist Cecile Richards. She spent time stuffing envelopes at her family’s dining room table and got in trouble in high school for protesting the Vietnam War. Her activism later propelled her to the position of president of Planned Parenthood, which she led for more than a decade. She joined David to talk abou…
 
Prepare for the most Stratusfying Oral Sessions of all time. WWE Hall of Fame and certified Canadian legend Trish Stratus joins the pod to give maternity advice, talk about how Fit Finlay helped the Women's division of WWE and, of course, how she and her high school sweetheart managed to stay together through her Hall of Fame wrestling career. Lear…
 
Life is transitory. Inflation, not so much, contrary to what the Fed may say. The pandemic greatly boosted savings and now consumers want to spend it. The banks have huge reserves and eventually they’ll be boosting lending. Quanity of money and increased demand which will lead to higher prices. Hotel and AirBNB prices have escalated. Octavio is say…
 
Nugent Walker aka NJ is the manager to Usain Bolt. A Childhood friend of Bolt, NJ is a self taught athlete manager overseeing all aspects of a multimillion dollar brand. He has a passion for excellence and is constantly reaching for new heights by educating himself and outdoing his former success. worldmusicviews.com--- Send in a voice message: htt…
 
Mish is very upbeat on XRP, a/k/a Ripple. It’s got a number of investment uses and great tech applications. Mish likes being able to chart the cryptos and their buy patterns. Are cryptos just another Nifty 50 stock type boom? Should you HODL? Mish explains how to trade parabolic moves. Get in early on a chart signal and a strong fundamental argumen…
 
You asked Mox, and he answered. Former AEW and WWE World Champion Jon Moxley responds to the #AskMox hashtag with life advice, dating wisdom, recommendations for which jeans to work out in, and a ton of shameless plugs for his book, “Mox,” available for pre-order now. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Lorde talks about her new song, we get an update on the Tiny Desk contest, Pokey LaFarge recalibrates his sound, Illuminati Hotties go "Pool Hopping" and other great new songs to fall in love with. Featured Artists And Songs: 1. Lorde: "Solar Power" (Single) 2. Illuminati Hotties: "Pool Hopping," from Let Me Do One More 3. Azure Ray: "Bad Dream," f…
 
This week Elizabeth and Stuart tell the stories of two highly influential figures from very different sections of music history. First up is the brilliant saxophonist Albert Ayler, a free jazz pioneer whose influence on John Coltrane alone merits him a much wider audience than ever achieved in his lifetime. Then, after a blessedly brief diversion i…
 
Jobs picture improvement is slowing down. There have been two misses in a row. Jobs recovery is much slower than expected. It will take months to achieve the pre-pandemic. Gold and silver should see improvement as the economic numbers lag. Phil is expecting a rise over $30 but he’s not seeing it rising to new highs. He’s been buying March options u…
 
Lots of fun collectibles talk with week! TTMer Drew Pelto joins the show as guest co-host. CEO of Collectable.com Ezra Levine comes on to talk about the fractional collecting market. We feature our regular segments including Baker's Dozen (4:20), You Asked listener mail (23:42), Making the Grade (29:20), Contest Winners (32:11), TTMCast Stamp of Ap…
 
Usain Bolt has broken world records and Olympic records to become the fast man in the world by a far stretch. He has now decided to try his had at music production and already he has eyes set on winning a grammy award. His love for music and in particular reggae-dancehall music has been a driving force in his life on and off the track. He has produ…
 
There’s a new way for foreign entrepreneurs to obtain at least temporary residency in the US, the Start-up Visa. If you’re a foreign entrepreneur and have obtained investor backing, this program could be for you. As with everything having to do with immigration, the rules are complicated, but the intent is to attract foreign entrepreneurs to the Un…
 
Sleater-Kinney's Path of Wellness, the thundering pop of Marina, Brooklyn rapper Skyzoo and the blood-slowing sounds of Dustin O'Halloran are among NPR Music's picks for the best music out on June 11. Featured Albums: 1. Marina — Ancient Dreams In A Modern Land Featured Songs: "Ancient Dreams In A Modern Land" and "Goodbye" 2. Skyzoo — All The Bril…
 
Bamm Holt was born to Jamaican Parents Junior and Shawn in Spanish Town Jamaica, January 16, 1992.Raised in the rugged, vibrant streets of the ghetto his uncle’s sound system gave him an outlet for creative expression at the tender age of 6. His first notes on the microphone were from his grandfather’s Stealing Stealing. Since then his love for mus…
 
George’s contribution to restoring normalcy is his Rebel Capitalist Live taking place in Miami. It’s happening on June 11-13. It’s great for people to be getting together and to connect fact-to-face. There’s something about meeting personally and looking them in the eye and talk one on one. The dystopian world is shaping up before our very eyes. Wh…
 
Our next guest is someone you’re probably familiar. He started life in the polio ward at Belview hosp in NY. Became a courrier for mob boss Frank Costello, had a hot torrid affair with Marilyn Monroe, a close personal friendship with Frank Sinatora, knew the Kennedys and has kept popping in history much like Forest Gump, whenever something major wa…
 
Mark Henry shocked the wrestling world when he made his AEW debut, and The World's Strongest Man is setting the record straight on an all-new Oral Sessions. The Hall of Fame former World Champion discusses his departure from WWE, his excellent talent scouting record, how he plans to help AEW and whether he thinks WWE is up for sale. Also there's a …
 
The Fed’s efforts to create inflation have succeeded beyond their wildest expectations. They’ve created $4 trillion and their balance sheet is $8 trillion. We had tremendous amounts of helicopter money raising stock prices and home prices. Enhanced unemployment, mortgage and rent forebearance, student loan deferrment are all coming to an end. That’…
 
Get ready for 3 percent inflation. According to Jim Welsh we’re going to see treasury yields sink, along with gold and silver, commodities and then we’re going to see them go higher. S&P will be vulnerable to a 10 percent pullback and then comes another rally. Look forward to another dollar rally. It’s now completing an A-B-C pullback and then we’r…
 
All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen shares his favorite new tracks of the week, featuring former Tiny Desk contest winner Naia Izumi, West African art-folk group The Narcotix, Laura Stevenson and more. Featured Artists And Songs: 1. Laura Stevenson: "State," from Laura Stevenson 2. Jomoro: "Nest," from Blue Marble Sky 3. The Narcotix: "Lilith," fr…
 
The rise of the retail investor during the course of the pandemic has led to rising Meme Stock prices. Small investors have banded through Reddit and other message boards to take on the short sellers. These types of things have happened before and will again. There’s a lot of momentum behind these stocks. For now, small investors rule. 2022 will be…
 
Home Housing bust on the way. John’s builder had an amazing story to tell. 6-12 months ago he was doing record business. Half of his customers have put their project on hold. He’s working just as hard re-pricing projects and passing on the bad news to his buyers. Housing prices have blown through the affordability level and it’s quite possibly game…
 
Just two weeks after debuting his new “Dark Father” persona, Aleister Black was released from WWE. Now, Tommy End, the man behind the ominous character, is speaking about the days leading up to his release, creative control or lack thereof, his unrelenting positivity at the end of a stop-and-start WWE career, and, of course, where we might see him …
 
Visit https://gum.co/TurboHHW to register for Turbo-Charge Your Life: 30 Days to a More Happy, Healthy & Wealthy You! Good things are happening to me. Affirmations to express your gratitude and positive intentions. Something wonderful is bound to happen when you internalize these powerful statements. Watch the YouTube video version at https://youtu…
 
Dudley believes that SPACs are on their way back. There’s a trillion dollars that’s been raised in this sector. For a while it was impossible to keep track of all the new issues in February. We never had a final capitulation. There was never a “V” bottom. Dudley says that 20-30 different SPAC’s will be completing their merger in June. The market wi…
 
When Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney was a little girl, she and her sister would spend Saturday mornings watching cartoons in the West Wing while their father, former Vice President Dick Cheney, served as Chief of Staff to President Ford. Rep. Cheney ultimately became a politician herself, rising to House GOP conference chair. She was removed from her lead…
 
Elizabeth and Stuart embark on a by-now near legendary one-show tour with their visit to the Hinterlands Film Festival in Skipton, which celebrates films set in non-urban locations. Before a screening of 'The Wicker Man' at the town's Plaza Cinema, Stuart tells the audience about movie's soundtrack, which he suggests launched its own musical sub-ge…
 
Writer and Director Uzef Gavrilov joins the show to talk about his new movie Gem Mint (9:20) and I repeat our interview with Ray Schulte from the National (42:20) that I posted earlier in the week. In addition enjoy my regular features including Baker's Dozen 4:30, Making the Grade (29:20), Contest News (31:50), the Vern Rapp Minute (35:00) and rev…
 
Gold A very bullish pattern. People following it are already bullish. The US Dollar is ready to resume a strong upward rally. It will help them consolidate. We’re at resistance now. We could see 1950. Selling in the stock market initially causes selling in the metals. Silver has been heading towards $30 but can’t make it. Once it does the sky’s the…
 
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