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Find your next favorite book here on the podcast where readers hear authors read a chapter, or two, of their book after a brief interview. Hosted by thriller author, Jason A. Meuschke Are you an author or would like to recommend an author for the show? Email us at samplechapterpodcast@gmail.com and let Jason know! You can also text or leave a voicemail at 660-851-1146 and it could be in the next episode! Find out more about Jason on his website at https://www.jasonameuschke.com
 
A resource for physical therapists and other clinicians who deliver conservative (non-invasive/non-operative) care to patients with musculoskeletal disorders and who empower them to relieve, control and prevent pain and limitation. My goal is to provide the best content from today’s leaders in manual and mechanical care, ultimately to improve your patient care.
 
White Wine Question Time, with Kate Thornton, is the podcast that brings together three well-known friends, three glasses of wine and three thought-provoking questions. Discover the friendships behind the entertainment headlines, and listen in on their conversations for a side to the celebrities you've never heard before. Produced by Yahoo in association with Kate Thornton, and distributed by Yahoo and ACast. Truly a celebration of great female friendships, each 30-minute episode is designed ...
 
Dependents is a podcast hosted by Elaine and Jason, friends since kindergarten following their first time separated by distance. Jason is graduating and moving to LA to pursue acting and Elaine is still in Iowa finishing college. The two talk about pop culture, tell funny stories, and discuss about how their lives are evolving.
 
Real People is a podcast hosted by Jason Dunstone, the founder and managing director of Square Holes. Jason builds on his 25 years of conducting human-centred research, interviewing average and not so average people (rich, poor, old, young, content and vulnerable) to understand what they believe and how they behave. On this podcast, Jason interviews academics, researchers, leading thinkers, and other interesting people. Jason also interviews “actual real people” about their passions, aspirat ...
 
Dig Deep is an extended conversation with researchers from K-State Research and Extension. In each episode, host Randall Kowalik talks with a different scientist about their background, their work, and more. What spurred that curiosity? What motivates them to keep digging? Better yet, what else do they enjoy? Cycling? Hunting and fishing? Baton twirling? Teaching yoga to pigs? You just never know! Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. K‑State R ...
 
Lake Effect with Jason Harnett is a show that focuses on community events and topics from the Town of Gravenhurst, Muskoka. Broadcast on Hunters Bay Radio 88.7 FM from Sawdust City Brewery, Saturday mornings 8:00 am. Jason Harnett is the Communications Specialist for The Town of Gravenhurst, Muskoka. This radio program is generously provided to the Town of Gravenhurst from Hunters Bay Radio.
 
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The hilarious Arden Myrin talks with me about Steve Martin’s influence on her, listening to this album for the first time for the show, and acting for him on stage. It’s a fantastic conversation with a brilliantly funny comedian and actor. Host: Jason Klamm Producer: Mike Worden Guest: Arden Myrin ardenmyrin.com A Wild and Crazy Guy on Vinyl Please…
 
Episode 146 brings the goods with beloved actor/producer/screenwriter, and now author, Lou Diamond Phillips! Prepare yourself for amazing insights and laughs as Jason and Lou discuss topics like his inspiration for the book, switching from screenwriting to writing a novel to describe the images in his head, world-building, will there be a sequel, a…
 
Welcome witches to the Diva Hall of Fame where we worship the white winged Witch of them all: STEVIE NICKS! It is finally time to cast a spell for this Mount Rushmore Diva, the timeless sorceress, the songwriter Diva supreme with her super fan, Mark Snyder. All we wanna do is talk about Stevie Nicks this week, so cast your spells in honor of the ub…
 
In episode 325 of season 8 we continue and conclude our conversation with Dr. Elaine Lonnemann. The Interim Associate Dean, College of Health Sciences at the University of St. Augustine and current president of the America academy of orthopedic manual physical therapists. She shares more about her time with Stanley Paris, a bit on AAOMPT, her views…
 
For the show's second BONUS episode #145 of October, we're welcoming sci-fi and urban fantasy author, Jabe Stafford! Learn about writing in isolation, journaling for self-discovery, identifiable villains, and what the heck is a Yoga Witch? All this plus a sample chapter from Jabe's debut novel, Ales, Agents & Alchemy, is just a click away! Jabe Sta…
 
This week Kate is joined by presenter of Channel 5's Big Brother and ITV's The Voice; Emma Willis, alongside, Podcaster & Author Giovanna Fletcher. The pair talk to Kate over a few cups of Coffee before they pick up the kids from school, answering questions on their friendship, careers and lockdown lessons. The pair appear ahead of launching their …
 
Episode 144 brings an action-packed chat with award-winning author, Gary Phillips! Listen in as they discuss being a storyteller, working in different genres and media to both inform and keep your writing fresh, consistency is key as a writer, and we get a little side-tracked discussing cigars and how many is still okay in the current pandemic. All…
 
Gather, All Witches on our Island of Spells as we summon the 90s classic, PRACTICAL MAGIC! That's right, Owens Girls, we are whipping out our candle collections and brushing off our powers to conjure Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman, Stockard Channing and The Diane Weist!!! Welcome to our second Heaven where we eat brownies for breakfast and stir coff…
 
Elaine Lonnemann In episode 324 of season 8 of MCF I’m joined by Dr. Elaine Lonnemann, the Interim Associate Dean, College of Health Sciences at University of St. Augustine and current president of the America academy of orthopedic manual physical therapists. She shares her background, her time with Stanley Paris and why she gravitated toward his a…
 
Prepare yourself for a month of bonus episodes starting today with episode 143 and return guest, Splatterpunk-nominated author, Lucas Mangum! I had a blast chatting with Lucas about things like lifestyle changes and parenting tips for the pandemic, revising old stories, developing fully realized characters and stories, and the perks of being award-…
 
Episode 142 is here with a truly delightful author from Canada, Nina Munteanu. In the episode, Nina and Jason discuss character flaws, having the environment be a character in our prose, the "what ifs" in historical fiction, the writer's "wavelengths", and much more all before enjoying a magical chapter reading. Enjoy! Nina Munteanu website Nina Mu…
 
It's time for part 3 of our favorite returning series: My Favorite Murder She Wrote! That's right, kids, we are sailing back into our personal paradise, Cabot Cove, to kick off the spooky season, and this time, they call the witch Mariah! Come down to the Cabot Cove Community Players where the new woman in town may be too good at her roll as a hist…
 
We have a very special bonus episode of White Wine Question Time for you! Comic Relief have teamed up with Acast to deliver you the ultimate fan competition across a wide range of your favourite podcasts. Listener Denise entered the competition by providing a small donation to Comic Relief and was selected as the winner! She has brought along lifel…
 
In episode 323 of season 8, we’re re-airing episode 29 from over 6 years ago. It’s part 2 of my interview with Brian Mulligan. We talk about challenges, our strengths, a memorable patient experience, best resources, best advice, and more. This week on MCF! Subscribe Sign up for my FREE weekly newsletter First Name Last Name Email Address Sign Me Up…
 
This week Kate is joined by comedy superstars and hosts of the Off Menu podcast, James Acaster & Ed Gamble. The comedy duo make their appearance ahead of Comic Relief & Acast's GuestFest - A competition that gives listeners the chance to appear on their favourite podcasts such as White Wine Question Time and Off Menu. James and Ed tackle pressing i…
 
Episode 141 brings us not one, but TWO sample chapters from a pair of author friends who are releasing at the same time! Nate Granzow and Mat Snyder talk with Jason about writing clubs, critique, research and so much more before diving into spectacular samples from each of their new novels! Be sure to join their Facebook launch party on October 1st…
 
It's time to get into all of your fall feelings with the soul searing, Diva stuffed, aughts epic: THE HOURS! This Had Oscar Buzz's host, Joe Reid, joins us to discuss his favorite movie and all 11 Divas in it. So put some rocks in your pockets, grab a pumpkin spice latte and meet us down by the river to celebrate the beginning of the modern Streepa…
 
In episode 322 we’re bringing back a classic interview with internationally recognized authority and manual therapy concept founder of Mulligan Concepts, Brian Mulligan. We hear from him on his professional journey, some of how he discovered his approach to care and some of those who’ve influenced his path. This week on MCF! Subscribe Sign up for m…
 
This week Kate is joined by Loose Women anchor and household name of daytime TV Andrea McLean, alongside her is her husband Nick Feeney. Together the pair have built a website named "this girl is on fire" designed to help women get more out of life. In this episode they discuss the treacherous road of menopause, their marriage and their top 5 favou…
 
Writer, cartoonist, graphic novelist and more Mimi Pond was kind enough to sit down and talk with me about the ever-popular Nichols and May, and discuss her history in the publishing and cartooning industries, as well as why we hold on to the things we make. Host: Jason Klamm Producer: Mike Worden Guest: Mimi Pond http://www.mimipond.com/ An Evenin…
 
Episode 140 of the show features first-time author, and friend of the show, Katie R. Dale! Listen in as we dive into Katie's memoir and discuss mental health, way to seek and find help, writing for the reader, and the process of putting together that first book. Suffice to say the interview is an informative, and timely, look at very real struggles…
 
It's TV Binge time finally! That's right, we watched a whole season of a show that we told you we were going to and we stuck to it with HIGH FIDELITY! Come celebrate this criminally not-renewed Hulu romantic dramedy and it's two Divas: Zoë Kravitz and Da'Vine Joy Randolph! So walk over to the offices of For the Girls Podcast and bring your best vin…
 
In episode 321 of season 8, we’re concluding our conversation with Dr. Lisa DeStefano, a doctor of osteopathy and the program director for the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She shares more on their curriculum and interpretation of best practices of assessment and treatment, more on reliability and validity, and a few re…
 
Speculative Fiction author and podcaster, Theresa Halvorsen is our delightful guest for episode 139! We're talking about the voices in an author's head, always learning, her podcast the Semi-Sages of the Pages, as well as diving behind the scenes of her debut novel, Warehouse Dreams! Theresa Halverson website with social media links Theresa Halvers…
 
It's Cyndi Lauper week with D-Listed writer, journalist and Cyndi fan Mieka Strawhorn! We are starting at the very beginning with an album review of the first, the iconic, the never overplayed: "She's So Unusual." So strap a tutu to your head, throw some glitter in the air and get ready to bop like Tipper Gore ain't watchin'! We put on our Prince t…
 
Lisa DeStefano In episode 320 of season eight we’re talking to Lisa DeStefano a doctor of osteopath, professor and program director at the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She talks about her professional background, major mentors who influenced her career path and some of the major tenants of her program’s approach. This …
 
Agricultural research requires several things to be successful. Start with a workable theory or proposition, the means to test it, and funding--those things are generally organized by the researcher. Then, there are other things like land, space, equipment, manpower, maintenance and more. Our guest today is responsible for arranging and supervising…
 
Bonus episode time with special return guest, Edward Willett! Come along for a fun conversation as we discuss his two upcoming releases, building an anthology with other authors, the many ways of writing a book, and the sometimes hilarious pitfalls of transcription services. All this and an always amazing, and thrilling chapter reading from book th…
 
For the second rare occasion of this year, we’re talking with the artist himself. Also, we’re once again talking about Dolemite Is My Name. Scott Bomar is an accomplished composer and musician and he was a Rudy Ray Moore fan before he was ever involved in scoring Dolemite Is My Name, and he met the man himself! Host: Jason Klamm Producer: Mike Word…
 
South Africa makes its first appearance on the show with author, Elaine Dodge! Jason and Elaine discuss topics like the mushy middle, pantsing the first few chapters, writing in places you've never been, bears, and brains in jars! All this and more before diving into a wonderfully steamy sample chapter from her award-winning book, Harcourt's Mounta…
 
The time has finally come to discuss the greatest Broadway Diva of them all, Elaine Stritch! This legendary old broad has been on Nick's Mount Rushmore of Divas for decades and we are going to etch her onto yours. So door rings, bells chime, here comes Lainey! We are at Liberty this week kids, so if you are cute and gay, come on down to the Great W…
 
In episode 319 we're sharing a full, uncut, premium version of our new podcast to help you keep up with the scientific literature, Inside the Science. You'll hear a summary of the study, The Fear Reduction Exercised Early (FREE) approach to the management of low back pain in general practice: A pragmatic cluster- randomized controlled trial and a f…
 
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