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“Bridgerton: The Official Podcast” is your official peek behind the curtain of Shondaland's Bridgerton series. Much like Lady Whistledown we'll gossip about how the show was created and have conversations around Bridgerton’s storyline, music, the costumes and sets, the historical context of the era and so much more!
 
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Ali Wentworth has become a comedic authority on dissecting the shit show that is modern life. In season 2 of Go Ask Ali, she speaks with experts, friends and celebrities so she can dig in, peel back the layers and get dirty. Also this season, Ali will be answering questions from listeners and guests the only way Ali can: with honesty, candor and humor. Leave her a question at (323) 364-6356 or email a voice memo to GoAskAliPodcast@gmail.com.
 
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When Gerald Hayes (Amin Joseph, SNOWFALL) witnesses his teenage son Niles’s (Nile Bullock, POWER BOOK III: RAISING KANAN) brutal beating by police officers, a split-second decision leads him to being barricaded in friend Jayce’s (Steve Harris, THE PRACTICE) nearby restaurant with one of the officers, Sergeant Place (Haley Joel Osment, THE KOMINSKY METHOD). As the situation deteriorates and the press paints Niles as the offender, Gerald fights for justice for his son using the one tool at his ...
 
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Part Two, in a two-part documentary follow-up to the audio drama #MATTER, spotlights community driven efforts to uproot and reimagine public safety, joined by some of the nation's leading activists, historians, and thinkers. This episode is brought to you in collaboration with ONEOPP, a social justice coalition working to end police brutality. See …
 
Part One, in a two-part documentary follow-up to the audio drama #MATTER, traces modern policing down to its roots, and considers unexamined repercussions joined by some of the nation's leading activists, historians, and thinkers. This episode is brought to you in collaboration with ONEOPP, a social justice coalition working to end police brutality…
 
It’s a wrap party, as Simone Ashley and Jonathan Bailey return to break down Kate Sharma and Anthony Bridgerton’s enemies to lovers relationship over the course of the season. And Cheryl Dunye, director of Episodes 207 and 208 walks host Gabrielle Collins through filming some of the big Kanthony “pay off” moments, and the mindset behind the scenes …
 
Cheryl Dunye, director of Episodes 207 and 208 joins host Gabrielle Collins to discuss Cheryl’s process, behind-the-scenes Easter Eggs and the significance of the last two episodes of Bridgerton’s second season. Then Cheryl and Nicola Caughlan, aka Penelope Featherington, unpack the heartbreaking “break up” scene between Penelope and Eloise. You ca…
 
Tom Verica, director and Head of Creative Production at Shondaland returns as host Gabrielle Collins and Charithra Chandran (Edwina Sharma) unpack the wild ride of Episode 6, “The Choice.” Charithra describes Edwina’s character growth as she finds her voice, plus Tom explores behind-the-scenes extras from the set. You can (re)watch Bridgerton on Ne…
 
Simone Ashley (Kate Sharma) and Tom Verica, director and Head of Creative Production at Shondaland walk host Gabrielle Collins through the pivotal turning point of the season, Episode 5, “An Unthinkable Fate.” Our guests explore the continuous increase of tension through Kate and Anthony’s relationship and the tumultuous dinner scene at the Bridger…
 
Novel series author Julia Quinn and Director Alex Pillai return to break down the second half of the weekend fanfare at the Bridgerton family’s country home in Episode 4, “Victory.” Host Gabrielle Collins guides us through Daphne and Anthony’s role reversal, the impact of the Sharma sisters, and how Eloise and the other women of the Bridgerverse us…
 
[Season 2 Finale!] Who doesn’t love a good laugh? If you’re lucky, you laugh so hard you cry, your stomach cramps, you can’t breathe and you hopefully collapse on the floor. Nothing better. Professor Sophie Scott, Director of University College London’s Speech Communication Lab, studies the science of laughter. Occasionally she’ll even use her tigh…
 
Reporter ​​Colleen Sanders takes us through the final moments before the trial verdict is revealed as she reports from outside Jayce 42. Michelle Hayes speaks on the responsibility of Nile’s death. Kate comes to a personal revelation in regards to this case and records a heartfelt message for Gerald. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informat…
 
Novel series author Julia Quinn and Ruth Gemmell (Lady Violet Bridgerton) join host Gabrielle Collins to explore all the grief, sibling rivalry and heartfelt moments jam packed into Episode 3, “A Bee In Your Bonnet.” Director Alex Pillai shares deleted scenes and what it took to bring those powerful back stories, and a competitive game of pall mall…
 
Dating is hard no matter how old you are or in what decade you first start. But imagine the time warp of dating in 2002 and dating in 2022! Twenty years in our world is like fifty of the past. Ali has witnessed the challenges some of her friends are facing as they re-enter the dating pool and feels their pain. Older? Yes. Wiser? Hmmm. Author and da…
 
Dr.Azatti goes inside Jayce 42 to provide medical care for Sergeant Place. His POV of the standoff and of Niles' injuries makes Kate begin to wonder who's really responsible for Nile’s death. Martin loses his cool as the tensions mount and he unloads on Jayce and Gerald. Big H and the community stand up for Niles, Gerald and Jayce in an unorthodox …
 
Luke Newton and Luke Thompson (Colin and Benedict Bridgerton) join host Gabrielle Collins as they talk on-set antics, and dissect their sibling dynamics and differing quests to self-discovery in Episode 2 “Off to the Races.” Plus, the Viscount himself, Jonathan Bailey, takes us into Anthony’s internal world and behind the scenes of fencing in the r…
 
There will come a time when the tables turn and suddenly the parent becomes the child and the child is caring for the parent. Actress Brandee Evans shares her very personal story of taking care of her mother who has multiple sclerosis. She’s on the hit show P-Valley now, but she didn’t have a job when her mother came to live with her in Los Angeles…
 
After multiple failed negotiation attempts, Detective Patterson tries his luck with Gerald. Meanwhile a reporter discovers Michelle Hayes at the protest and takes her to the police where she finally learns of the online trial. The media weighs in on Gerald, the trial and Jayce’s public image. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
People sometimes tell Ali that they wish their marriage was like her 20+ year marriage to broadcaster George Stephanopoulos. They just seem to be a golden match. So in this episode she is exploring what “couple envy” is and informing her marriage fans - don’t! Psychologist and writer Dr. Joshua Coleman says couple envy is really just part of our ba…
 
In this inaugural episode for the second season of Bridgerton: The Official Podcast, host Gabrielle Collins is joined by actress Nicola Coughlan (Penelope Featherington) and director Tricia Brock. They deep dive into Episode 1 “Capital-R-Rake” and beyond – discussing Penelope’s life between social seasons and exploring how the Shondaland series has…
 
Shondaland Audio and iHeartRadio are back with a second season of this behind-the-scenes glimpse into the world of Bridgerton. Host Gabrielle Collins is joined by fan favorites from the cast and crew for an episode-by-episode deep dive into season 2. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Trigger Warning: please be advised there is detailed discussion about assault and abuse of minors. What does a parent do when they feel like their child is in danger and is looking for help? They jump on the internet and start clicking. What they might find is a bunch of info about places all over the country they can send their kid to for rehabili…
 
It’s the lifecycle of many friendships. Sometimes they ebb and flow and other times they come to a crushing end. And just like in romantic relationships it’s hard to be on either side of the “we need to talk” table. Friendship expert and coach Danielle Bayard Jackson seems to have all the right words for every scenario, including the testy times. J…
 
Our dreams are telling us something. Sidarta Ribeiro, author of The Oracle of Night, the History and Science of Dreams, says if a person looks at all of the clues dreams provide, powerful insights can be learned for ourselves and also our communities. But in today’s culture with late nights, addiction to screen time, alcohol and antidepressants, ou…
 
Does it seem the whole world has lost its collective mind? We are a polarized country, for sure, but Imran Ahmed says fundamentally we are no different than we’ve ever been. It’s just that online social media and big tech are using behavioral psychology, mathematical algorithms, and the protection of current legislation to have their way with our h…
 
Kate Bell, investigative journalist and author, introduces us to Gerald Hayes - the subject of her investigation. Her conversations begin to reveal the close-knit community of people affected by the death of Gerald’s 18-year-old son, Niles Hayes, who was killed by police during a traffic stop. We hear footage from Kate’s investigation that begins t…
 
Enough already! We are entering the third year of a worldwide pandemic and this whole time our lives have been a grind. Researcher and author Eve Rodsky says women’s unpaid labor has increased by 153%. And as physician Dr. Aditi Nerurkar says, we’ve gone from a short-term acute condition to a long-term chronic condition. So how do we deal? How do w…
 
If you’re like Ali, you may be curious why all the buzz around Bitcoin. It kinda seems crazy, right, a rogue monetary system completely made up by some guy? But it hasn’t fizzled away. In fact, cryptocurrency seems to be only gaining validation and steam. So perhaps it’s time to understand it, even just a little bit. Crypto billionaire Mike Novogra…
 
New moms want help. Most of them experience some combination of anxiety, depression, insecurity, isolation and exhaustion. New moms also want to know they’re not alone. So what do they do during the 3am feeding time? They scroll. Journalist and host of the podcast Under the Influence Jo Piazza was one of these new mommies. When she snapped out of h…
 
What is it about romantic comedies that leave such a soft spot in people’s hearts? And if that’s truly the case, where the heck did they go? Ali and Variety magazine’s Jenelle Riley have a heart-to-heart on all the ins and outs of rom-coms like the significance of streaming services, the increased diversity (finally) and the impact of the MeToo mov…
 
Description: Women out there: Do you know how your life is sure to change? Menopause is called “The Change” for a reason. It’s nothing to bury your head about. The secret to fighting helplessness or fear is empowerment and nothing empowers like knowledge. Sally Mueller, co-founder of Womaness.com, and Dr. Ekta Kapoor, Mayo Clinic endocrinologist an…
 
**Go Ask Ali will return with more new episodes later in January. Optimism is a way of life and a survival tool for Ali and her very good friend actor, writer and activist Michael J. Fox. For both, humor is key to being able to deal with life’s toughest times. Soon after Mike got married at 29 (and at the height of his superstardom), he was diagnos…
 
Breaking up is hard to do. We all know that. But what of this newfangled idea that it doesn’t have to be riddled with bitterness, resentment, suspicion, or anger? Crazy? Gwyneth Paltrow called it conscious uncoupling. Isabel Gillies says it’s just what she did to get the best result for herself, her kids and her future. It’s the modern family where…
 
Women’s rights and protections are in peril. Roe vs. Wade is hanging by a thread as the Supreme Court is set to pass judgment on the most direct threat to a woman’s right to choose in nearly 50 years. Nobody is more connected to this fight than Rebecca Traister, a feminist writer, commentator and activist who joins Ali to talk about feminism today.…
 
Ali’s on a mission to understand what’s up with this “cancel culture” thing and she has lots of questions: what the hell is it, where did it come from, is this a bigger social problem than we realize and perhaps most importantly, Is Cancel Culture Killing Comedy? Internet culture reporter Aja Romano tackles the social piece and then award-winning k…
 
“These are unprecedented times.” We’ve heard this repeatedly over the last 20 months. This is also, perhaps, the single thing we can agree on these days. BUT, what also seems to be in agreement by most experts and scientists is that while we are not necessarily “done” with the virus, we do seem to be emerging from our caves and finding a sense of n…
 
Franceso Clark was on top of the world the day he mistakenly dove into the shallow end of a pool. He was 24 and had just gotten a promotion at Harper’s Bazaar. In an instant he was paralyzed from the neck down and very close to death. Francesco shares his incredible story of what happened next, how the inspiring support of his family and friends ke…
 
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