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Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
 
A lighthearted, laid back podcast about the public television classic, Arthur. Eli Gross and Chris Huling laugh their way through the episodes and share their perspectives, soak up the nostalgia, and do a few goofs and bits here and there. No swears here folks, we're keeping it wholesome. Our favorite episode so far is #20, but feel free to start with whichever one you like. Thank you for listening! New episodes every two weeks. Artwork by Tori Nelson Intro music from Arthur, performed by Zi ...
 
Writer/singer Karen Gross gets trailblazing women leaders, creatives, and entrepreneurs to reveal how they rock it – and their insights may surprise you. The SHE ROCKED IT podcast raises the volume on women's voices, pulling back the curtain on the lives of courageous women who are rocking it in various professional fields. Their behind-the-scenes stories, best-kept secrets to success, and actionable tips are sure to inspire the rock star in all of us! Ready to rock? Let’s go.
 
NOTES FROM AN ARTIST with David C. Gross and Tom Semioli What happens when two road warrior musicians walk into a studio with a renowned peer? Or a legend, or two, or three? Tune in as bassist, author, and educator David C. Gross (http://www.thebassguitarchannel.com/) and bassist, journalist Tom Semioli (http://www.knowyourbassplayer.com/) host Notes From An Artist. Insightful, intriguing, and informative, Notes From An Artist brings you behind the scenes with individuals who forged a timele ...
 
Taboo Science is a podcast that answers the questions you're not allowed to ask. It's hosted by Ashley Hamer, a science writer and podcaster. Every episode dives into a different societal taboo to understand the science that makes it tick, the reasons we don't talk about it, and the impact that has on society at large. Why don't we eat people? Why are my swear words different than my parents'? And what makes porn, porn? It's science class if science class had one of those anonymous question ...
 
Ken and the Thav Gross Team are recognized for having created the discipline of Financial Crisis Management – to bring together in one setting all of the skills needed to provide the most comprehensive and creative solutions for individual and businesses facing financial hardship. Ken recently published DUMP YOUR DEBT – “So your income goes in the bank and not to the bank.” The book, published by OPT Books is a hands-on guide to financial crisis issues.
 
Join comedian Steph Tolev in a brand new podcast as she chats to guests about their interesting stories all relating to the human body. It’s Steph Infection: your totally unsolicited look into all the $#%* you wish people actually talked about. It's gonna be unpleasant at times but in the best way. The weird, the gross, the sometimes morose; from hospital trips to acid trips to unfortunate incidents with q tips. Funny, wild, raunchy—she covers it all. New episodes out every Monday.
 
Gross Anatomy is hosted and created by Dr. Jason Cohen and Lauren Taylor. The purpose of the show is to address some of the medical questions Dr. Jason Cohen is asked by friends, family and often strangers with help from his non doctor co-host, Lauren Taylor. Lauren isn’t afraid to ask the questions people who didn’t go to medical school want to know. **GROSS ANATOMY IS NOT INTENDED TO BE A SUBSTITUTE FOR PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ADVICE, DIAGNOSIS, OR TREATMENT. ALWAYS SEEK THE ADVICE OF YOUR PH ...
 
“Why live an ordinary life, when you can live an extraordinary one?” Tony Robbins, the #1 Life and Business Strategist, has helped over 50 million people from 100 countries create real and lasting change in their lives. In this podcast, he shares proven strategies and tactics so you, too, can achieve massive results in your business, relationships, health and finances. In addition to excerpts from his signature events and other exclusive, never-before-released audio content, Tony and his tea ...
 
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This week, Blake and Joe look at the fourth film from Grosse Pointe Blank director George Armitage, 1979’s Hot Rod. In their discussion, Blake and Joe talk about their histories with car maintenance, the power (and sadness) of nostalgia, movies that we enjoy, but then forget about, and how Gregg Henry illuminates the screen. We hope you enjoy it! A…
 
Sometimes it’s good to take a pause from the medical and just talk magic! We talk to magician Anna DeGuzman about performing at The Magic Castle, the lack of female magicians and how magic produces a sense of wonder. Plus, we talk about her Rubik’s Cube magic and discuss our favorite magic movies.We also have video of Anna performing magic, visit o…
 
Today, I'm rushing to get the episode up before the billing cycle for the month's bandwidth ends! Over three hours talking about the Carnage Crew! Lots of jokes about Gabe and RF! Definitely not libelous or slanderous! The Carnage Crew vs. The Natural Born Sinners (ROH 7/27/02) The Carnage Crew vs. Da Hit Squad (ROH 8/24/02) The Carnage Crew vs. Ho…
 
For most of Ashley C. Ford's life, her father was incarcerated for rape. This was especially traumatizing for Ford, as she herself is a survivor of sexual assault. Her new bestselling memoir 'Somebody's Daughter' details her evolving relationship with her father and her own body. "I'm in love with my humanity. I love being a human. I do," she says.…
 
As any proud West Virginian knows, the history of mining in the United States is tied tightly to the history of the labor movement. This was partially to address something known as coal worker’s pneumoconiosis, also known as black lung disease. Though unions may have won the battle for recognition, the war against this disease continues to this day…
 
Anthony Ramos says Lin-Manuel Miranda's Broadway musical 'In the Heights' filled him with hope about a life on the stage: "I felt like I'm watching my cousins and my aunts and uncles on the stage ... like friends that I grew up with. And these people are speaking vernacular that's familiar to me." Now he's starring — and singing and dancing and rap…
 
Novak Djokovic is the 2021 Roland Garros champion after coming back from a two-sets to love deficit over first-time major finalist Stefanos Tsitsipas. Djokovic wins his 19th major, becomes the first to beat Rafael Nadal en route to a French Open title and joins Rod Laver and Roy Emerson as the only men to win all four slams at least twice. Gill Gro…
 
Rita Moreno moved to the U.S. mainland from Puerto Rico as a child. She says her 'West Side Story' role is "the only part I ever remember where I represented Hispanics in a dignified and positive way." Moreno is an EGOT, a winner of an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony. Film critic Justin Chang reviews the film adaptation of the musical 'In the Heights.…
 
We remember actor Clarence Williams III, best known for playing Linc Hayes, one of three hippie undercover cops on the TV series 'The Mod Squad' from 1968 to 1973. Also, Stephen Colbert begins taping the 'The Late Show' in front of a live audience again on Monday. We hear his interview with Terry about doing the show from home taping during the pan…
 
We come in peace, weirdos! Welcome to a brand new episode about a tried and true topic! We are discussing ALIENS once again! But this time we're not looking in space, we're not looking under the sea, we're not even looking at Area 51 or on Mars. This time we're looking inside OURSELVES. This week we are joined by musician and host of the podcast Go…
 
Today we chat with Daniel Scott Mitchell. We discuss: How he persuaded 14 millionaires to give me $100,000 to buy a SAAS company. The business he bought and his plans for growth His insanely effective cold outreach Strategy You can check out the resume he sent here https://www.notion.so/Dan-s-Plan-for-SaaS-Success-cd8b51c557774206a104954e7a1fd8ee…
 
New York Times investigative reporter Michael Schwirtz gained access to the dashboard of DarkSide, a ransomware operation that's pulled in more than $90 million since it began last August. Schwirtz talks about DarkSide's business model, its customer support system to help the hackers it enables, and help the victims learn how to use Bitcoin to pay …
 
“Let me call Paul and see what he has to say about it…” Drummer, producer, recording artist, bandleader, session ace Denny Seiwell reflects on his work with Paul McCartney on the recording of RAM in New York City in 1971 and his role as the drummer and co-producer of RAM ON: A 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF PAUL AND LINDA MCCARTNEY’S RAM out now o…
 
On the morning of Feb. 20, 1962, about 100,000 spectators gathered in Cape Canaveral, Fla., to witness the launch of the Friendship 7, the United States' first mission to put an astronaut in orbit around the Earth. Historian Jeff Shesol says there was real fear that astronaut John Glenn wouldn't survive the day. We talk with Shesol about the early …
 
“Jeff is the best bass player on the planet!” proclaimed Geddy Lee! “Jeff the best bass player I’ve ever heard” noted Jack Bruce. In fact, Jeff Berlin is not only a master bassist, recording artist, music journalist, podcast host, and composer – he is an acclaimed and controversial educator whose books, lectures and videos are essential for serious…
 
To paraphrase Dr. Winston O’Boogie (John Lennon speaking of Chuck Berry and the art of rock and roll) – if you want to call solo bass by another name…call it… Michael Manring! A fretless virtuoso, Manring brings the instrument to places hitherto unknown, unexplored, and untried – until now. Working his virtuosity on the fretless with a myriad of to…
 
“I always try to play with feel…” You’ve heard him on the radio…you’ve heard him on the juke box on the song “Juke Box Hero” among many others….and you’ve likely seen him on the concert stage. Rick Wills commenced his remarkable chart-topping career as a bassist with British blues rockers Jokers Wild in 1965 – which also featured future Pink Floyd …
 
To rock bass players who came of age in the late 1970s and early 1980s Bruce Thomas was the main Attraction! He is among the outstanding bass players of Britain’s golden era of singer-songwriter “pub rockers” – which somehow got categorized as “punk.” Akin to Norman Watt-Roy (Ian Dury & The Blockheads), Graham Maby (Joe Jackson Band) and Andrew Bod…
 
Though he never achieved the commercial success of his contemporaries Jimi Hendrix, Duane Allman, Eric Clapton, and Jimmy Page – the late Irish blues master Rory Gallagher was among the most lyrical guitarists of his era. The bassist for Rory’s entire recorded solo canon was John Gerrard “Gerry” McAvoy. Unlike traditional blues rock players, McAvoy…
 
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