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“What I Wish I Had Known” is brought to you by three thirty somethings talking about life events, the ups and downs, and what we wish we’d known and would like to pass on to others. We believe when women share their stories honestly and openly that is when real change begins to happen. Show website: https://www.whatiwishihadknown.co.uk/ Jess’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thefatfunnyone Jo’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lobellaloves_jo
 
Making Money Online with Lisa Johnson is for entrepreneurs and business owners who are ready to learn what it takes to build a successful business. Lisa walks you through exactly what it takes to create passive income, how to build an online audience, how to improve your marketing for your business, and how to launch your products and services so that your ideal customers are ready to buy. Each episode with Lisa is designed to help you take immediate action to make money, by teaching you the ...
 
A podcast where I chat to women from all walks of life about their own unique, creative journey. How they got here, how their story has shaped their creative work, what they’ve learned, what has helped them and where they plan to go from here. It’s an irregular journey for so many of us and I am delighted to offer a platform to share these fascinating stories and wells of wisdom.
 
Join award winning journalist Paula Faris as she explores what people are called to and why, equipping you to live the life you were meant for! These real, honest conversations will leave you encouraged, empowered (with takeaways!) and entertained. Paula will be joined each week by friends--some old, some new--who can talk about purpose, calling, fear, branching out and the risks of pursuing dreams from their own perspective. Guests include: Candace Cameron Bure, ESPN's Maria Taylor, Chris T ...
 
The Flame tells the story of two women: Jamie (Ellie Brigida), an LGBTQ bar owner, and Sam (Jasmin Savoy Brown), the woman selling the building the bar inhabits, and the inevitable sparks that end up flying between them! With the help of her best friend, Heather (Leigh Holmes Foster), and bar regular Jo (Jenn Colella), can the residents of The Flame keep the bar alive? Or can Sam’s friend Mel (Valerie Rose Lohman) help her work through her complicated feelings about her father’s death and th ...
 
Orean. presents Pocket Mentors, hosted by CEO Dan Williams, voted in the Telegraphs Top 50 Most Ambitious Business Leaders in the UK. A series of chats with new and established business owners, entrepreneurs and business mentors. This Podcast was created to provide tips and insights to many of those wanting to create a brand or business of their own or for those established in business to hear and learn from their peers that have been in similar positions. Learn of the successes and failures ...
 
Formally known as The Calm Collective, ROOTED is a soul driven podcast created for woman everywhere who are seeking a vulnerable approach to life in its entirety. You can think of these episodes as a quiet night in with your best friend, where nothing is off limits because this space is safe AF. From soulful conversations around grief and relationships, to beauty trends and fails, to the real life chaos that's taking place inside my home - we go deep, we laugh, we cry, we bare it all here, e ...
 
1. Sharlene-Monique - Of Love (Piano & Voice) 2. Jaz Karis - Home 3. Cassandra Shade - Don't Change 4. Tamesy - Of you 5. Aleksa Safiya - Understand Me 6. Lauren Tuchscherer - You Make Me 7. Fortune - Fake Love 8. Alduts Sherdley - Swipe Right 9. Karmessa - Game X 10. Tambourine - Unequally Yoked 11. Anna Speer - Cuffing Szn 12. Stalk Ashley - Complicated 13. Yasz Base - Anoymous Drerrie 14. Marzz - KMS. 15. Niqueaux - Love You Down 16. Kazé - Love ain't enough 17. Makaela - Be Careful 18. A ...
 
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In this episode, Damian Copeland interviews Professor Simon Chestermann about his new book, We the Robots: Regulating Artificial Intelligence and the Limits of War. They discuss what challenges exist in regulating autonomous weapons systems, as well as how states are currently approaching this problem. Professor Simon Chesterman is Dean and Provost…
 
Imagine having the world sing your praises, celebrate your talent and anticipate your next big thing – all while deep inside down knowing just because you’re good at something doesn’t mean you’re being called to it. That’s the real life tension this week’s guest found themself in. Their unique journey from singer/songwriter to speaker/teacher comes…
 
In the last 5 years, my business has made $10 million in sales and I’m frequently asked what’s the one thing that has really moved the needle? How has this all happened? Well, I believe what has truly helped me is visibility. So today I want to talk to you about being visible and take you through what I’ve done year on year in my business to increa…
 
David Harewood is a British actor and presenter who found global fame playing the CIA director David Estes in the acclaimed TV drama series Homeland. He was the first black actor to play Othello at the National theatre in 1997 and took the role of Martin Luther King in the Olivier award-winning play The Mountaintop in 2009.David was born in Birming…
 
Todd Kohlepp is a serial killer from South Carolina, active between 2003 and 2016. He is known for shooting seven people and holding a woman captive in a shipping container on his property for months.... all while leaving chilling Amazon reviews about his weapons online. Then we cover the murder of Lauren McCluskey. In October 2018, the 21-year-old…
 
Ever felt called to something BIG and go for it, only to discover that “sure thing” didn’t quite work out – like, at all? This week’s guest has been there, done that and came out on the other side of “utter failure” only to discover something truly powerful: the wreckage of our lives holds great purpose. Jo Saxton is a speaker, author, podcast host…
 
My guest today is the inspirational Jo Mitchellhill, a coach who works with individuals and families that have experienced childhood trauma. Trauma from our childhood can stay with us as adults, stopping us from getting where we want to be in life. Today Jo shares some of the strategies she uses with her clients that allow them to begin healing fro…
 
Ellie Simmonds has competed at four Paralympic Games, winning five gold medals and breaking world records on the way. She first came to national attention at the age of 13, when she won two golds at the Beijing 2008 Paralympics, and became the youngest person ever to be awarded an MBE a few months later. Ellie is the youngest of five children and w…
 
When a prank caller claiming to be a police officer called the Mount Washington, Kentucky McDonalds, the staff immediately took the call seriously. But before long, 18-year-old Louise Ogborn was sexually assaulted in the back office for two and a half hours while her fellow employees and managers watched. How could a simple phonecall lead to someth…
 
In this episode, Dr Lauren Sanders speaks with Dustin Lewis, of Harvard Law School's Project on International Law and Armed Conflict about war algorithms and his recent project on pathways for using AI, and how to ensure greater respect for international law when states use these algorithmic capabilities. Dustin is the Research Director at the Harv…
 
This week’s episode comes with an extra heaping of heart and humor because Paula is sitting down with her “soul sister from another mister” – celebrated author and speaker Jeannie Cunnion. Jeannie is also a wife, mother to five boys and former social worker. Jeannie traces her journey from adoption social worker – a job she absolutely LOVED – to so…
 
Today I’m joined by my husband and copywriter, Sam Johnson. When this episode is released we’ll be in Malta renewing our wedding vows which Sam has organized for us. This got us talking about how in relationships, be it business or life, it's essential to let people work within their zone of genius. Starting out in business it’s easy to try and do …
 
Bradley Walsh is a familiar face to many millions of TV viewers, as the host of quiz shows including The Chase and Blankety-Blank, and as an actor in dramas such as Doctor Who and The Larkins.Bradley was born in Watford and after leaving school at 16 he was apprenticed to the local Rolls-Royce factory as a jet engineer. A keen footballer, he signed…
 
Have you ever had big plans for your life only to find out that God had other ones? This week’s guest knows that space of confusion-turned-calling well and what it’s like to have a holy nudge that just. won’t. quit! Bianca Juarez Olthoff is a popular speaker, teacher, preacher, church-planter and author. She’s also a wife, proud stepmom and a brand…
 
Today we’re talking all things subscription boxes which have seen a huge boom in popularity over the last few years. Joining me is subscription box expert, Lauren Prentice - a serial entrepreneur who was the first person I saw in the UK to create an outstanding subscription box service and has gone on to become a leader in this space and now teache…
 
Fiona Hill is a foreign affairs specialist who advised Presidents George W Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump. She came to wider public attention in 2019 when she testified against President Trump during his first impeachment.Fiona was born in Bishop Auckland, County Durham. Her father was a former coal miner who worked as a hospital porter and he…
 
In this episode, I talk to the singer songwriter, Josephine Oniyama. Born and bred in Manchester, Jo grew up listening to her mum’s record collection, never knowing a time when music and writing weren’t her focus. Starting gigging in her teens, her career took off very quickly, leading her to touring and working with huge names in the industry and …
 
In this episode, Professor Warwick Bowen explains to us what quantum technology is, and why it will be such a significant step change in the way that technology will operate in the future. Professor Bowen is a Professor of Physics at UQ’S faculty of Science. He is recognised both nationally and internationally for research at the interface of nanot…
 
Sometimes finding your calling and healing your wounds are two sides of the same coin. This week Paula sits down with actor Zachary Levi for a conversation at the intersection of calling and courage. You know Zachary from his recent roles playing onscreen champions like Kurt Warner in “American Underdog” and the DC superhero, “Shazam!” At just 4-ye…
 
When it comes to making money online and running an online business, age really is no barrier and you’re never too old to start. Just like me, Paula Shepherd made a transformational career change at 40 and now works with entrepreneurs who want to thrive in business, without being glued to social media 24/7. I love this conversation and I love that …
 
Does this season of life have you craving freedom from your past? If you’ve been longing to find the way back to your calling with greater faith, meaning or service, this week’s episode might be the perfect place to start. Paula sits down with Scott Harrison, the founder of Charity: Water for an intimate conversation about his experience as a moder…
 
Today I’m joined by Nina Macarie, a Podcast Outreach Manager who connects guests with podcasts giving them the platform to share their inspiring stories. We all have valuable stories to tell that can help others feel less alone, which is something I certainly strive for on this podcast. I love to hear from people who have similar experiences, adver…
 
Kirsty Young's castaway this week is George Michael, in a programme first broadcast in 2007. As a singer and songwriter he has enjoyed massive global success for a quarter of a century. He's sold more than 100 million records, won two Grammy awards and notched up countless number one hits.His ability to write, produce, and perform perfect pop songs…
 
In this episode, Dr Lauren Sanders speaks to Professor Hitoshi Nasu, from the Lieber Institute at West Point about artificial intelligence and its potential use in targeting operations. Although a well traversed topic, it is one that is not often viewed from the perspective of the benefits of how AI technology can aid in decision-making during mili…
 
What happens if at first glance your convictions don’t align – at all – with the industry you’ve been called to? If you’re this week’s guest, you boldly stand firm, follow God’s lead and find out it’s not only possible to survive, but thrive… all while keeping the Sabbath! This week Paula is talking to award-winning film and TV producer, New York T…
 
TW: A quick warning, this episode contains conversations about family bereavement so if that’s hard for you right now, please do skip this one and I’ll see you again next week. Today I am speaking to Camille Plews, the superstar of systems who helps entrepreneurs automate their businesses, giving them more time and freedom, but our conversation tod…
 
Zebb Wayne Quinn was just 18 years old when he disappeared after finishing his shift at Walmart. His car was discovered several days later in a restaurant parking lot under unusual circumstances: its headlights had been left on, a live puppy had been left inside and a drawing of a pair of lips had been scrawled in pink lipstick on the back window. …
 
Kirsty Young talks to June Brown, in a programme first broadcast in 2017. June died at the age of 95 on 3rd April 2022. June enjoyed a very long acting career, initially on stage, and she was best known for her role as the long-suffering chain-smoking Dot Cotton (later Dot Branning) in the BBC TV soap EastEnders. She joined EastEnders on a three-mo…
 
Just a couple of weeks before Lauren's law school exams, she was diagnosed with a life threatening case of leukemia. Despite just a 20% survival rate, Lauren made a full recovery through chemotherapy and a life saving Stem Cell transplant from her sister, Sarah. That's not all Sarah helped with. Lauren asked her sister for help with her skin; as a …
 
This week I’m joined by PR expert, Nicola Rowley. Working with entrepreneurs and brands in the entertainment and leisure industry, Nicola helps them get visible through strategic storytelling. Running a business is all about telling your story, telling people about you, and it’s through these relatable stories that you can really harness the power …
 
This week I chat to Deborah Eydmann Beau, writer, model, life long creative. In this inspiring and at points, tear inducing chat, Deborah tells me about coming into her own at 55, her childhood in Yorkshire and how this formed her, a lifelong passion for drama, her life in France with her three children, successful careers in translation and bloggi…
 
In this episode, I talk in some detail about how we raised our Labrador litter in 2019 and our 'keeper' pup, Fyr. I discuss the evolution of her behavioural issues - which there was no sign of at all, before the age of 9wks and 3 days(!). And how eventually we made the difficult decision to rehome her at 6 months, to a home and a dog sport which su…
 
In this episode I dive into why I chose to leave Instagram for the time being, and all that it's taught me about myself, the life I *was* living vs. the life I *want* to be living. We'll uncover my subconscious identity criss, comparison trap after comparison trap, how my days felt then vs. how they feel now, and the patterns I was repeating withou…
 
Dr Craig Jones speaks to Dr Lauren Sanders about his book: War Lawyers, to discuss how some militaries provide legal advice during targeting operations. They talk about the history of operations law, & how this advice is dispensed as well as talking about some challenges & issues with this current model of lawyering. Dr Craig Jones is the author of…
 
Calling all entrepreneurs! This episode has your name written all over it. Paula’s friend and Carry Media advisor, Liz Forkin Bohannon, is here for a straight-talk, wide-ranging and laugh-out-loud conversation about the twists and turns along the road to entrepreneurship. In addition to being a sought-after speaker and mom of three, Liz is the cofo…
 
My latest launch grossed $2.9 million in sales, but you might be surprised to hear we didn’t hit our targets and this launch didn’t work out in the way we thought it would, but it was by far the most interesting launch I’ve ever done. I believe it’s so important to debrief and evaluate after a launch, to look at what worked, what didn’t and how to …
 
Jens Stoltenberg is the Secretary General of NATO and a former Prime Minister of Norway. Although he was born into a political family in Norway, he grew up thinking he would become a statistician, before turning to a career in politics. He served as the Prime Minister of Norway twice. During his second term, Norway experienced one of the darkest da…
 
This week I am chatting to baker, artist and empress of cushion embroidery Sharon Nagadya. Born in Uganda, Sharon moved to the UK age 11. After initially pursuing a career as a nurse/hairdresser, Sharon couldn’t ignore the fact that her passion was in the creative fields. We talk about family and cultural expectations, what she now considers to be …
 
Thank you, first and foremost, for all of the love and support for our last episode where I shared the story of Jonathan and my miscarriage of our first baby. It's been... difficult, to say the least, but you have all played such a beautiful role in softening the ridges for us as we heal. I'm working on playing catch up with you here, but first and…
 
Jennifer Pan, the daughter of Vietnamese immigrants to Canada Bich Ha Pan and Huei Hann Pan, almost, almost planned the perfect murder. With the help of her drug-dealing boyfriend, Pan meticulously planned the execution of her parents. The plan was to make it look like a robbery turned awry, but something unexpected happened... Sources: https://med…
 
In this busy life, it helps when you can find a way to catch your breath amidst the chaos. It helps even more when you have a friend who knows what you’re going through and has your back. This week, that friend is Kristen Watson, who – along with her husband, a first-round NFL draft pick and Super Bowl Champion, Benjamin Watson – are back on the po…
 
Today I want to talk to you about retreats and how attending business retreats has helped me grow and get ahead in my own business. It’s easy to think a retreat is just a fun trip, but there’s so much more to it than hanging out in hot tubs, drinking and eating nice food. So how can you make sure you’re getting the most out of every retreat? What Y…
 
Winnie Byanyima is a human rights advocate and executive director of Unaids, the joint UN Programme which was set up to eradicate Aids as a threat to public health by 2030.Winnie was born in the village of Ruti, in south west Uganda, where her teacher parents raised her and her siblings to follow their example of doing good things for others. From …
 
This week I’m chatting to Grower & Florist Hattie Shackleton of Honour Farm Folk. In our conversation we touch upon Hattie’s experience of working in branding agencies and being a woman in the graphic design industry, then opening up her own shop ‘Maud’s House’ in the old market town of Skipton. We talk about what it’s like to have several skills a…
 
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