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The Guardian's political editor, Heather Stewart, and deputy political editor, Jessica Elgot, are joined by commentators, experts and politicians to unpack the week's biggest stories in politics. On Politics Weekly Extra, Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland speaks with some of the Guardian’s US team about the latest from the 2020 presidential election campaign
 
This Meetings Today podcast gives event professionals the chance to overhear raw, unfiltered conversations between the event industry’s most influential women. Hosted by speaker and writer Courtney Stanley, Dare to Interrupt brings together industry professionals who shed light on important topics facing women today, from imposter syndrome to sexual harassment to negotiating pay and the list goes on. Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform!
 
The Brand, Interrupted™ Podcast is hosted by Brittany Hammond, and is a space dedicated to inspire, teach and heal though the power of story, resilience and vulnerability. Each week, I’ll be bringing to you guest entrepreneurs, artists, authors, speakers and influencers in a series of real, raw and unfiltered conversations around the courage to be yourself, the audacity to embrace your life + business, and how to speak your truth.
 
Welcome to a new take on workplace learning and professional development. In this opinion-based podcast, we routinely grapple with the big questions that we all think about but too often hesitate to ask. The opinions stated in this podcast are our own. We don't represent any entity and the comments shared are based on personal experiences and point of view. So take a listen and come along with us as we explore new ways to break free of fixed mindsets and foster new kinds of growth. Interrupt ...
 
“Teaching my cat to read” is the ‘very serious’ book review podcast. During lockdown, we made it a mission to try to read more books, and talk about them in our own virtual book club. Sometimes the cat would interrupt, as if she wanted to learn to read! Leading to hilarious results, we decided to make a podcast. Join us, as we navigate through both classic and modern literature, discussing topics such as ‘who would win in a fight’ and ‘which is the best movie adaptation’ and ‘what rating wou ...
 
We dedicate this work to the brave and humble that are willing to do the most challenging work known to man: that deep and constant journey within the self to look at and embrace those things within us that we don't like, that don't serve us, and that continue to cause the painful experiences in our lives. We're dedicated to those who understand we are neither good nor bad. Instead, we are consciously willing to continue the journey to our highest self.Our wish is that you will identify with ...
 
This is a live comedy storytelling show recorded monthly in St Louis and Cleveland, as well as on the road. Described as cross between The Moth Radio Hour and Mystery Science Theater 3000, Sorry, Please Continue...features some amazing stories told by anyone who wants to participate mixed with commentary from Kenny Kinds, Jeremy Hellwig, Kris Wernowsky, and some hilarious guests.
 
Every week Be. Busta shares stories that will have you looking over your shoulder while questioning what may actually reside under your bed. You will hear tales of horror from contemporary writers; both emerging and renowned, with the occasional set coming from real life experiences. We wanna make the podcast even better, help us learn how we can at: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4 For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.com
 
[Un]Common Law is Bloomberg Industry Group's audio documentary podcast series reporting on a single topic over multiple episode series. Our initial series, Business of Bees, looked at commercial bee and insect pollination, an industry with an estimated economic value of about $217 billion. Coming soon: "Business, Interrupted," a special episode looking at the biggest legal battle of the pandemic, the fight between businesses and insurers. Produced and hosted by Adam Allington.
 
Host, Christopher Gaudreau, talks about content marketing from strategy to management. His musical alter ego, Pattern Interrupt, creates music about marketing, business and motivation. It's all entertainment in the name of marketing and business education. #edutainment
 
Eleven-year-old Holiday is pulled from the icy waters of Alaska with no memory of who she is or where she came from. Are her mom and dad really who they say they are? And when she begins to develop incredible abilities, she’ll soon discover she’s not alone in the world. From the Peabody award-winning creators of The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel and the Peabody award-nominated Treasure Island 2020 comes Six Minutes, a mystery adventure for the whole family. Six minute episodes, t ...
 
Greetings, Citizens. Join us as we review some of your favorite geek genre films. We're working chronologically from 1951 to the present. Occasionally we'll interrupt the list of movies to bring you Trailer Talk episodes, in which we take a look at new trailers for upcoming movies. Hosted by Travis and Patrick.
 
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Celebrate Thanksgiving with "A Price on His Head," a tale of Thanksgiving scoundrels from 1922's People Stories Magazine Thanksgiving issue. Who is the mysterious titular fugitive and how will Pat the Police Dog solve the crime? Is there even a crime? Is there, in fact, a good 10 minutes talking about Star Trek villains and Tuvix? There's only one …
 
With Thanksgiving approaching, Remy and her family share what they’re grateful for. Hi, I’m Remy, an 11-year-old Six Minutes superfan from New Jersey. The producers of Six Minutes gave me my own podcast! Every day I’m going to talk about my life, mysteries and what it’s like being quarantined with my mom, dad and my older brother, Alex. This is my …
 
Arkansas service and hospitality businesses impacted by the pandemic have until Wednesday at midnight to apply for Business Interruption Program grants, made available through the federal CARES Act. Stacy Hurst, Secretary of the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism, as well as Mary Beth Brooks, director of the Small Business Technolog…
 
After a bruising election, one President Donald Trump has so far refused to concede, Americans are left trying to repair divides that are deeper and more personal than ever. In this episode, PBS NewsHour correspondent William Brangham speaks to a grandmother and her granddaughter in Michigan as they wade through their political differences and hear…
 
Episode 10 with guest Daphne Hoppenot We can plan ahead, but we can’t predict the future. After realizing that women in the events industry hold massive buying power but don’t always get credit for their behind-the-scenes work, Daphne Hoppenot, CEO & Founder of The Vendry, launched a brand new network and marketplace with empowering women in events…
 
If you're fast asleep in your truck on the side of a desolate highway, and you hear small hands trying to open the doors; whatever you do, don't open the curtains. If you would like to submit a story for the chance to have it narrated on this channel, please send your story to the following email: Bish.Busta@gmail.com Music: All music was taken fro…
 
Welcome back to the Sorry to Interrupt podcast! Today on a busy show, Tom and Sean do a full recap of the Week 10 NFL slate along with recapping their picks from the werk before giving out their Week 11 predictions. Next, Tom gives his final thoughts on the Masters before the guys dive deep into the NBA by discussing some recently completed trades,…
 
Coming off of a disappointing season, Ken Caminiti confronts his substance abuse problems after the 1993 season and enter rehab. Ken begins to do his research on using anabolic steroids. As baseball goes on strike, the consequences are massive for Caminiti, who gets caught up in a massive 12-player trade between the Houston Astros and San Diego Pad…
 
Hey! If you’re enjoying the show, please take a moment to rate/review it on whatever service you use to listen. Here’s the iTunes link: http://bit.ly/wehaveconcerns And here’s the Stitcher link: http://bit.ly/stitcherwhconcerns Jeff on Twitter: http://twitter.com/jeffcannata Anthony on Twitter: http://twitter.com/acarboni Today’s stories: This one …
 
Businesses all across the country have been shutdown for days, weeks, or even months at a time due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many assumed their insurance policies would help them defray some of their lost revenue. But those assumptions were, by and large, wrong. In this special audio documentary, “Business, Interrupted” we look at why insurers d…
 
Amelia Morán Ceja landed in Napa Valley in 1967 when her vineyard manager father brought his family from Jalisco, Mexico, to wine country in El Norte. She went on to make history by launching Ceja Vineyards in 1999. Amelia’s endured earthquakes, wildfires, blackouts, and, now, a mismanaged pandemic. She explains how she's powered through the wine i…
 
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