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Reppin: about all things representation. Insightful conversations with notable people from all different backgrounds and professions-people you THINK you know. They'll share their stores and experiences and you'll find out who they really are, what the stand for and you'll find out what they represent.
 
Happiness - the most mysterious of human emotions. It’s elusive, fleeting and often unappreciated until it’s gone. But what exactly is it, and how do we find it? Each week Joss Stone speaks to a host of guests from deep thinkers, to cultural figures - in an effort to find some answers. Expect outlandish theories, occasional disagreements and a whole lot of laughs.
 
From policy debates to election outcomes and social discourse, the University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication continues to track the impact of what can best be described as a revolution in political communication. Through innovative research and public outreach, the CPC invites students and the community to examine why and how political communication impacts our society. The National Agenda program invites Washington insiders, journalists, politicians, scholars, and media fi ...
 
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On this week's Honestly Speaking w/Tara, award winning Trump biographer Michael D'Antonio joins the podcast to discuss his latest book, "High Crimes; The Corruption, Impunity and Impeachment of Donald Trump," co-authored with veteran journalist Peter Eisner. "High Crimes" offers the most comprehensive inside story behind our most significant modern…
 
As one half of the band the Eurythmics, Dave Stewart’s music has been in our ears for almost 40 years. An old friend of Joss’ and long time collaborator, this intimate chat was recorded during a writing camp in the Bahamas. In this episode Dave discusses a day in his creative life, embracing failure, and how the iconic smash hit Sweet Dreams was th…
 
Arthur is a social scientist, musician, author and host of The Art of Happiness podcast. This week Joss discovers the proven power of thinking positively, what we can learn from monkeys on cocaine, and how to work out those smiling muscles. We all need a bit of that right now! A Fascinate Production. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out in…
 
Before becoming the successful entrepreneur, author and influencer she is today Ella Mills overcame her fair share of struggle. She chats talks to Joss about her journey so far creating Deliciously Ella, how she found her purpose, and taking the first step on the way to positive change. A Fascinate Production. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and …
 
On this week's episode, guest David Shimer-Wilson Center Global Fellow, historian and author of "Rigged: America, Russia and 100 Years of Covert Electoral Interference," joins Tara to discuss the the full context of foreign and domestic interference attempts in the 2016 election, what's happening now and what we can do about it. Tara gives her take…
 
Executive and personal coach Katie Harvey has spent over 18,000 hours on the phone working with individuals to improve their lives. From CEO’s at fortune 500s to musicians to stay at home mum’s – she’s worked with everyone. This chat is packed full of actionable advice, including how we can actively take control of our life, the benefits of focusin…
 
Political commentator, podcaster and ex comms director for the Republican Party Tara Setmayer, doesn’t find herself with much down time at the moment – as she fights to stop Donald Trump being elected for a second term in office. In this chat with Joss, she discusses her mission to empower others within the country she loves, and where she finds he…
 
On this week's episode, former Dept. of Homeland Security Chief of Staff Miles Taylor joins Tara to discuss the variety of dangerously absurd, inhumane and illegal demands Trump made during his tenure at DHS, the concerns raised within Trump's own National Security staff about his unfitness for office, why it took so long for many former Trump offi…
 
Dacher Keltner is a Professor of Psychology at UC Berkley, an author of books including the Power Paradox and Born to be Good, and the host of the Science of Happiness podcast. He speaks with Joss about his most eye opening discoveries when it comes to power, the 36 questions that can bring any 2 people together, and the importance of touch to our …
 
Taking influences from all corners of the world, Nitin Sawhney lets all aspects of his lived experience permeate his art to create truly original work. In this chat with Joss, he recounts mind expanding experiences that take him from the Amazon rainforest to Australia, and they discuss the intersection between science and spirituality in the wholly…
 
The conventions are over. Now the real campaigning begins. Trump's doubling down on his dark messages of mayhem and lies to demagogue issues of law and order and undermine the upcoming election. Historian, NYU Professor and author of the forthcoming book "Strongmen: From Mussolini to the Present," Ruth Ben Ghiat joins Tara to discuss the ways Trump…
 
Dutch extreme athlete Wim “The Iceman” Hoff has developed a set of techniques that allow anyone to achieve things previously thought to be impossible. In this inspiring conversation, Joss and Wim discuss how to become strong, happy, and healthy through his methods, and he tells stories of his superhuman undertakings. Get the Wim Hoff Method here A …
 
Meik Wiking is one of today’s most influential happiness researchers. He is the author of multiple New York Times Bestsellers, and the founder of the Happiness Research institute in Copenhagen. During this eye opening discussion, Joss finds out about the reasons why some countries are happier than others, the risks of social media when it comes to …
 
AUGUST 23, 2020― The University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication, in partnership with Delaware Public Media (www.delawarepublic.org), presents the National Agenda 2020 podcast. “We Are the People” examines the citizen’s role in politics and elections, from campaigns to the voting booth. We consider how people engage—or do not engage…
 
MARCH 6, 2020― The University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication, in partnership with Delaware Public Media (www.delawarepublic.org), presents the first episode of the National Agenda 2020 series. “We Are the People” examines the citizen’s role in politics and elections, from campaigns to the voting booth. We consider how people engag…
 
On this week's episode, Tara gives her take on the DNC Convention, the recent arrest of former Trump Campaign Manager Steve Bannon, and the release of the bipartisan Senate Intelligence Committee final report on Russian interference. Ret. Lt. Cmdr. Greg Keeley, Co-founder and President of The Council on American Security, joins Tara to discuss Trum…
 
Sex therapist and author Laura Berman has been speaking to couples and individuals for many years in an effort to help them love, and be loved better. In this risqué episode, Laura regales Joss with some colourful anecdotes from her unusual family life. The two of them discuss the difference between men and women as sexual beings, we find out how J…
 
He’s known for his mind bending illusions and telepathic abilities, but Derren Brown is also a fountain of knowledge on the subject of happiness. During this chat with Joss they discuss the Stoic philosophy, how to lead a meaningful life, letting go of the things you can’t control and Derren’s magical ways – and whether he uses them for good or evi…
 
On this week's episode, veteran Democratic Strategist, CNN Political Contributor and Author, Paul Begala joins Tara in a lively discussion about his newly released book, "You're Fired, The Perfect Guide to Beating Donald Trump." Great stories, great insight, great conversation. Find out why Tara calls Paul her favorite Democrat. Tara details her re…
 
Another chaotic week in Washington. Attorney General Bill Barr testified before the House Judiciary Committee for the first time and it was doozy. Former SDNY federal prosecutor and CNN Legal Analyst Elie Honig rejoins the podcast to breakdown the ups and downs of the raucous Barr hearing. He doesn't hold back! Tara takes on Trump's insane tweets t…
 
Happiness - the most mysterious of human emotions. It’s elusive, fleeting and often unappreciated until it’s gone. But what exactly is it, and how do we find it? Each week Joss Stone speaks to a host of guests from deep thinkers, to cultural figures - in an effort to find some answers. Expect outlandish theories, occasional disagreements and a whol…
 
Every wonder what the hell Trump is doing during his infamous rallies? Jennifer Mercieca, Texas A&M Rhetoric Professor and author of the new book, "The Demagogue President. The Rhetorical Genius of Donald Trump," joins Tara to discuss the various techniques Trump deploys when speaking. Yes, there's actually a method to that madness! Tara takes on t…
 
On this week's episode, former Obama speech writer and NY Times best selling author, David Litt, joins the podcast to discuss his latest book, "Democracy in One Book or Less." Litt discusses his view on eliminating the Electoral College, solutions to voter suppression, anecdotes about crashing Mitch McConnell's frat house, compares lines at Disney …
 
In this week's episode we tackle the national discussion on systemic racism and police reform with Ret. NYPD Lt. Darrin Porcher. He spent 20 years with the NYPD, has a PhD and is currently a Professor of Criminal Justice at Pace University. Porcher gives his take on the recent police shooting of Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta from his perspective as a …
 
American cities have been in turmoil for a week after protests erupted nationwide over the horrific killing of George Floyd by a white police officer in Minneapolis. Unfortunately, protests turned violent in dozens of cities. Trump's response has been despicable, fanning the flames and relishing in the use of brute force. Many warned that a Trump p…
 
Trump is at again. To distract from the increasing coronavirus death toll and the mounting evidence of his failed response, Trump has created a new shiny object. Obamagate. But what is it? And why now? Former federal prosecutor, LA Times legal columnist, constitutional law professor and Host of The Talking Feds Podcast, Harry Litman joins Tara to d…
 
This week's episode includes two fantastic interviews. Despite increasing infection rates and a COVID-19 death toll on pace to hit 100,000 in a few weeks, Trump has pivoted to reopening the economy in hopes of saving his re-election. Former DHS official, CNN National Security Analyst and Harvard Professor Juliette Kayyem discusses the alarming fail…
 
As the US surpasses a million COVID-19 cases, including over 56,000 deaths, Trump insists his administration's coronavirus response has been fantastic. It hasn't. Starting with the country's insufficient testing capacity. Former Chief of Staff to Vice President Biden and Ebola Czar under President Obama, Ron Klain is this week's guest. Klain explai…
 
The Honestly Speaking with Tara podcast returns after a COVID 19 hiatus. CNN Senior Political Analyst and The Atlantic Senior Editor, Ron Brownstein is this week's guest. He discusses the pros and cons of mail-in balloting for the upcoming presidential election, which party does it help or hurt and insight into how absentee balloting could impact t…
 
The Coronavirus has officially gone global with confirmed cases on every continent except Antartica. CDC officials have warned about potential community cluster outbreaks in the U.S. As the world is facing a pandemic, unsurprisingly, President Trump is downplaying the virus and claims his administration has it all under control. Does it? Can we tru…
 
Another extraordinary week in political news as the Senate Impeachment trial drama of Donald Trump ensued as new revelations from John Bolton's book manuscript claim Trump told him directly that Ukraine aid was tied to a Biden investigation. Despite the bombshell revelations, the GOP led Senate voted down new witness testimony. Joe Lockhart, Former…
 
The historic Senate Impeachment trial of Donald J. Trump is officially underway. CNN Legal Analyst and former federal & state prosecutor Elie Honig joins the podcast to talk impeachment trial thus far. Is this an actual trial? What about witnesses? What role does the Chief Justice play? What's going on with Lev Parnas and the SDNY? Honig breaks it …
 
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