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Stacey and Jane love a good chat. Especially when it comes to sharing stories about running their businesses. Stacey is a dance educator and principal of a dance school and Jane is managing director of a marketing agency. Both of them have ambitions as high as the heavens for their consecutive businesses. They are motivated, passionate and driven female business leaders who love to share their insight with anyone who will listen. They're also incredibly curious as to how other business leade ...
 
Welcome to the Drinking & Dishing podcast where your hosts, Nicole and Stacey, drink and dish about about everything from politics to relationships to dreams to travel and everything in between. With some interesting guests and their trusty bartender, Captain Morgan, they will dive into all sorts of topics. With low-key liver damage, and nothing but their wit, Nicole and Stacey will make you laugh and cry and feel all the feelings as they open up about their lives, their friendship and their ...
 
Every Wednesday, we tell a love story that turns into a crime story. Our subjects might start as lovers, friends, or family, but by the end, there's a criminal and a victim. Along the way, we analyze the relationship dynamics and psychology that lead to betrayal, theft, and even murder. Crimes of Passion is part of the Parcast Network, and a production of Cutler Media.
 
This is a conversation about the future. About creating a culture that values tomorrow. We reckon a slower, simpler, steadier existence is the first step - one that’s healthier for humans and the planet. We call it Futuresteading. Each month we chat to people prominent and humble in food, farming, health and environment, gathering practical advice and epic solidarity - so we can all nut this thing out together. Join our nitty, gritty, honest and hopeful convo every Monday from April 2020.Sup ...
 
THE PAUL WHARTON SHOW is a weekly lifestyle, entertainment and pop culture radio show hosted by Paul Wharton featuring celebrity guests and Influencers in discussion on the world’s latest hot topics. The show, which broadcasts an original episode every Friday during the popular “drive time” at 6pm on SiriusXM Channel 141, and two additional encore broadcasts throughout the week, is the perfect way to end your work week and get ready for the weekend with entertaining and insightful conversati ...
 
"Yum's The Word" is the only show that blends old-school fun with modern-day storytelling. Join host, Robin Gelfenbien, and some of NYC's best storytellers, comedians and writers every month for funny true stories, Mad Libs, nostalgic candy and Robin's homemade ice cream cakes.* Past guests have included stars from "Orange is the New Black," Aasif Mandvi (The Daily Show), Sasheer Zamata (SNL), Ophira Eisenberg (NPR), Joy Behar (The VIew), Tom Shillue (The Tonight Show)and more! "We love Yum' ...
 
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Catie chats with Dr. Sapphire McMullan-Fisher, an ecologist with a special interest in biodiversity conservation, particularly macrofungi and mosses. Sapphire is a renowned scientific researcher, speaker, teacher and author with a knack for communicating fungi’s vital ecological roles — and why we should all pay a lot more attention to these remark…
 
This week on Drinking & Dishing, the girls are wrapping up their season with some final thoughts and sharing some bloopers. It's a riot. There are a lot of good laughs, a lot of confusion, and a lot of drinking. The girls chat about what the podcast has meant to them and where they want it to go next season. Then, a blooper reel that is sure not to…
 
After years of abusing his underage female clients, Sergio Andrade was finally exposed as a monster by his victims. The quest to bring the aging music producer to justice quickly turned into an international manhunt, as Andrade struggled to retain his control over the women and girls he manipulated. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastch…
 
Todays conversation (and the book he just wrote) is for anyone who eats. This much loved, story-telling fat pig farmer shares in very human terms why caring about soil is caring for the future of humanity. And we feel sure that by end you too will be tapping a dance in support of our single greatest foundation for life. He takes a complex topic and…
 
This week the girls are dishing about what it’s like to be a server and what it’s like to be waited on by a server. First, Nicole quizzes Stacey on some common restaurant lingo. After a rough start she does pretty well. Nicole gives us the details of what she’s done in the industry and informs us that it’s a “party business.” Who knew? Stacey didn’…
 
During the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, Mexican music producer Sergio Andrade was on top of the world, thanks to his biggest star Gloria Trevi. But no one knew that behind closed doors, Andrade abused Trevi and controlled nearly every aspect of her life — and she wasn’t his only victim. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoi…
 
Annie Raser-Rowland is the co-author of two of our most treasured books; The Weed Forager’s Handbook and The Art of Frugal Hedonism: A Guide to Spending Less While Enjoying Everything More. Annie is an artist, horticulturalist and adventurer who has a knack for thwacking you with the truth -- in the best possible way. If you don't know this marvell…
 
This week on Drinking & Dishing, the girls are taking it easy and going with the flow. They start off playing a game of supreme opinions because we know both girls certainly have those. This spawns debate of toilet paper, avocados, and so much more. Then Nicole and Stacey chat about accents, their own, the British ones they love, and how people wit…
 
It was difficult for Londoners to understand how Ruth Ellis could commit murder. She was beautiful, well-dressed, and in the courtroom, exuded a gentle demeanor. But as her trial commenced, the question became less about if she did it, but rather, why? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
From confident whizz kid to suffering imposter syndrome - heck haven’t we all - this accomplished millennial spokeswoman and now author shares her tales of covid motherhood, the power of stories to ground us and working through the bravado to pop out at her truth. We like to call her Pacey Stacey-June, she thinks, speaks and acts at a cracking rate…
 
For the first time in Drinking & Dishing history, the girls didn’t make it though this episode in one shot (this was bound to happen, guys...we are committed to our theme!). That being said, LGBTQ+ Pride is the perfect topic to take in two parts. The more gay the better! In celebration of Pride month, your hosts are diving into an overview of what …
 
As publisher of Dumbo Feather & Co-owner of Small Giants, Berry is one heck of a leader who doesn’t shy away from wearing her heart, beliefs and the paradox of life on her sleeve. In her own words she is ‘living with meaning in this one wild & precious life’ & as a master of language this interview will challenge you, pave the road for asking quest…
 
This week on Drinking & Dishing your hosts are riding the struggle bus. Part three of Drunk Stories was recorded on MDW and celebrating made both girls hit a wall (it happens!). Nevertheless, they power through to share another round of listener and listener inspired stories that may or may not have come with some regret, or in some cases, a crisp …
 
Jade takes a peek inside the clever, creative and quietly brilliant world of Natasha Morgan. Natasha is, in her own words, a landscape architect and urban designer by profession, and a multi-disciplinary creative collaborator by natural inclination. Anyone who’s been to Natasha’s design hub and home, Oak and Monkey Puzzle, can attest to that. After…
 
This week the girls are taking on a big issue in a way they haven’t before. They sit down with Jess, Stacey’s sister, who has a master in Legal Studies and wrote a thesis on wrongful convictions. There are a lot of layers to this important topic and this week, Nicole and Stacey wanted to get to know more about it. They walk through the reasons that…
 
Helena Norberg-Hodge is a writer, filmmaker, international speaker and leader of the global localisation movement. She’s been promoting an economics of personal, social and ecological well-being for more than 40 years, and is one of the world’s most treasured environmentalists and visionaries. Today Helena pulls up an apple crate at the Futurestead…
 
This week, the Drinking & Dishing gals are joined by Joanna to dish about astrology. Nicole, Stacey and Jo get started with their horoscopes. This hits the nail on the head each time and opens up a bigger conversation about their signs and birth charts. They walk through all the things that they find most accurate about what the stars and planets h…
 
If you consider yourself multipassionate, someone who entertains a vast array of interests (while regularly feeling overwhelmed), then we have the role model for you! Fiona Weir Walmsley of Buena Vista Farm in Gerringong, NSW, has walked a quirky and colourful path, embodying the diversity and adaptability we so desperately need for a resilient fut…
 
On this thirsty Thursday, Nicole and Stacey are dishing about online dating. They are diving into the good, the bad and the ugly of dating apps and blind dates. Captain Morgan may be out of commission, but nothing stops these two from drinking to all the weirdos on the internet. The girls start off swiping. After Stacey finds her new friend Oliver,…
 
Today Jade sits down with one of those luminous beings who’s living like tomorrow matters with deep intention and integrity. Mara of Village Dreaming and ORTO Farm near Daylesford shares stories from her slow food life and lyrical observations (to the tune of ‘riding a bike to work in the city is like experiencing a musical’) that’ll linger long af…
 
This week, Drinking & Dishing is getting personal! The girls are chatting about cheating and open relationships and their take on what both of those things entail. What things count as cheating? What things are okay in an open relationship? They get down to the nitty-gritty about boundaries and communication. They speak from personal experience. Ni…
 
This week, Catie sits down with Alice Crowe in her plant-filled Melbourne home for a chat over tea and marmalade toast. Alice is a Botanist, kitchen gardener at Heide Museum of Modern Art, founder of The Lush Forest, president of Growing Farmers and former litigation lawyer who underwent a pretty radical life pivot -- ample inspiration for anyone w…
 
Samantha Wills started her self-titled jewellery company on the kitchen table of her share house in the eastern suburbs of Sydney when she was 21 years old. While her rise to the global stage looked meteoric to many, Samantha has said "It took me 12 years to become an overnight success" Join us today as we talk about her humble beginnings, her chal…
 
Today’s episode of Drinking & Dishing is dedicated to the one, the only, the queen that is Taylor Swift. The girls have a guest this week, Stacey’s fellow die-hard Taylor fan and best friend, Ryan. The crew starts off learning how difficult it is to multitask when they try to name songs, keep time and take shots. Then they walk through the highs an…
 
Catie goes free range with her mic to interview one of Melbourne’s best loved urban farmers: Simeon Ash from Spoke & Spade and Collingwood Children's Farm. Sit with us on a wooden bench in Sim’s city plot, freshly planted with broad beans, garlic and greens, as we chat about the realities of small-scale farming in Australia’s second largest city. (…
 
It’s another interesting week of Drinking & Dishing. The drinks this week are all peach flavored and that’s about the only consistency this episode has. The girls are free-styling this week. Stacey attempts to catch listeners up on all the empty promises shes made about getting back to them. Nicole recommends other podcast she’s made friends with o…
 
“Meat is hard” as Laura Dalrymple (of Feather and Bone fame) knows only too well. But this ethical meat mistress also knows that demonising meat is a distraction from the much bigger and much more urgent issues of our time. Taking the hard questions head on is what Laura does best with an eloquence and warmth that makes you wonder what was so probl…
 
Over the past two weeks in my private coaching calls, I’ve been chatting a lot about STRESS and SUCCESS. I’ve been identifying what I see as 10 of the most common causes of stress in business - and how you can try and avoid them or overcome them and working through these with my business owner clients. Today I unpack 5 of these for you, and follow …
 
This week, your favorite girls to drink with are telling more drunk stories! And one that takes them way too long to get through. Similar to the first round of drunk stories, Nicole and Stacey start off testing each other on their “name that tune” abilities. Then they get the chance to share some listener drunk stories and they are something! Turns…
 
In New Zealand in the early 1950s, two young girls formed an intense bond over the agony and isolation of their childhood illnesses and their love of fantastical make-believe. When their parents threatened to separate them, they agreed to do whatever it took to stay together. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Brooke McAlary has built a life and brand around slow. She's the author of three books, the co-host of The Slow Home podcast and the voice of a movement that says, "Dear Joneses, I'm opting out of the rat race." But hey, that doesn't mean she's exempt from overwhelm. This convo opens with Brooke and Jade swapping stories of exhaustion. File that un…
 
Do you feel safe on social media? This week the girls are drinking and dishing about just that. Nicole and Stacey start off discussing stats from their listeners. The girls break down the documentary “The Social Dilemma” and how they feel about the scary world that is social media today. The irony of this discussion isn’t lost on them, but the dark…
 
Having just moved back to her childhood home in Tasmania, Pip Lincolne is celebrating the launch of her latest book “Days Like These” while giving herself time and space to etch her place in a new community. And of course, create for the love of it. This conversation speaks to the value of taking a temperature check on your feelings, asking consent…
 
This week your hosts are dishing about social media. In part one of the social media episode, the girls chat about their thoughts on the different platforms, the OG socials, and their take on use and content across all platforms. First, Nicole and Stacey take a look at the feedback they got from their listeners. The girls dive into branding and inf…
 
By the time Gerald Gallego was 30, he was already a lifelong predator whose twisted crimes reached back into his childhood. When he met Charlene Williams in 1977, she became the newest target of his abuse — until she proposed a plan that made her his accomplice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
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