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Welcome to the 'Tis the Season Podcast!This is a brand new weekly podcast whereby hosts Bill and Daisy tackle those hard festive questions. Mainly, what are their favourite films and TV shows to watch during the Holiday season. There will be unusual diversions, semi-dramatic readings, and lots of fun chat about why these films and TV shows make them feel festive.Join them for the festive discussions!Also follow 'Tis the Season on TWITTER - @tisttheseasonpod
 
Have you ever wondered about where our favourite holiday foods come from? What really is a figgy pudding, or how does a Roman Pope stop the world from enjoying German stollen? Join host and certified baker, Glen Warren, as he dives into the history of the foods which shape our holidays in Season's Eatings: The History of Your Favourite Christmas Foods.
 
Check out our new Holiday Survival Guide Podcast w/ Jen Kirkman. From dealing with family to relationships during the holidays, Jen interviews guests and offers up advice on how to get through the season. Also, be sure to check out Echo Holiday Radio powered by Amazon Echo to listen to the podcast, and listen to your favorite holiday jams to get you through the season. Right here on TuneIn.
 
OnWriting is a screenwriting podcast brought to you by the Writers Guild of America, East. It's a show about the stories we see on our screens and the people who make them happen. Each week, writers from the film, television, news and digital media industries talk to us about their work - from pitching to production, from process to favorite lines, and everything in between. Season 1 is hosted by Jordan Carlos. Seasons 2 & 3 are hosted by Caroline Waxler. Seasons 4-6 are hosted by Kaitlin Fo ...
 
We are The Nocturnists, a San Francisco-based independent medical storytelling community. Since 2016, we’ve produced over a dozen live storytelling shows in the Bay Area and New York City, three seasons of our podcast, and two special audio diary series: "Stories from a Pandemic" and "Black Voices in Healthcare." Welcome to our community.
 
The secrets and brilliance of *Ayurveda and its remedies laid bare by a guy who’s been making the *Science of Life, more accessible and simpler to adopt through his brand Nirogam. Puneet Aggarwal is That Ayurveda Guy, who knows that Ayurveda needs to be presented in a more user friendly format, for people to appreciate and understand its potential. This series of podcasts come at an opportune time when everyone is looking for alternative therapies and holistic remedies to bolster health and ...
 
A biweekly podcast covering compliance and ethics related topics. The views expressed on ComplianceLIVE are those of the hosts and guests, and may not necessarily reflect the policies or positions of CompianceLine, LLC. Well, Cailyn’s views could probably be considered accurate, but Amanda’s views can only be seen as passable at best bordering into wildly inaccurate.
 
This season of Engelberg Center Live! is devoted to the Kickstarter Union Oral History. Featuring insights from Kickstarter employees and organizers, the Kickstarter Union Oral History brings you inside the first unionization of a modern internet company. Past seasons of Engelberg Center Live! contain audio from live events hosted by the Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy at NYU Law. Events are focused on the intersection of Intellectual Property, Privacy, Antitrust, and Technology ...
 
Jazz United is a wide-ranging conversation show from WBGO, hosted by critic Nate Chinen and broadcaster Greg Bryant. Covering a host of subjects relevant to the musical community, it draws on the shared enthusiasms of its hosts as well as some key differences. Bryant, the host of Jazz After Hours, is a seasoned radio host and musician; Chinen is a longtime journalist and the author of Playing Changes: Jazz For the New Century. Jazz United brings their distinct perspectives into dialogue, wit ...
 
We’re Shannon and Nievita, and we’re the Ravin’ Girls! Welcome to our Raven Cycle podcast, where we analyze Maggie Stiefvater’s Raven Cycle as a cycle, taking a look at the connections and foreshadowing running throughout the series. We dissect the themes of the books, discuss the arcs of the wonderfully complex characters, and take “Deep Dives” on the origins, folklore, mythology, history, and fandom that surrounds this iconic young adult series. Each episode covers 3-5 chapters worth of ma ...
 
Learn Urdu with Free Podcasts Whether you are student or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at UrduPod101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever!
 
Welcome to UniverSoul Balance a podcast geared towards helping you restore balance one breath, one pose and one drop at a time. Join Tracey and Tamira, a mother-in-law and daughter-in-law duo seasoned with some serious maiden-mother-crone energy, as they dive deep into healing the emotional, spiritual and physical bodies through ceremony, yoga, essential oils and much more.
 
Sarah and Stefanie are two busy women trying to bring some positivity and motivation into being healthy! Just two regular women who try to make it work in their every day lives. We are not medical professionals and any weight loss or exercise regimen should be discussed with a doctor. We are only sharing our personal stories and opinions. Seasons 1 and 2 were recorded in 2017/2018. Season 3 started in 2020.
 
Welcome, this is NOT a podcast, but an audio blog designed for the busy individual who needs or wants to learn what to do concerning the upcoming real estate purchase or sale. This audio blog is for the first time home seller and buyer and the seasoned investor. We will touch on a lot of subjects pertaining to real estate and in this audio blog I will be sharing with you some of my experiences and insights from the past several years. To find me go to my investment site: www.FairHouseOffer.n ...
 
For every minute of on-air television, hours of content and conversations go unseen and unheard. This is everything you can't fit in the newscast. Columbia, South Carolina's only long-form, issues-based news show; Off The Air brings local news into the information age. Hosted by Leroy Green and produced by the team at WLTX News 19.
 
If you have tinsel on the brain and mulled wine in your blood, this is the podcast for you. We’re living in a golden age of delightfully cheesy Christmas movies, and on Bah Humbug we examine the biggest new offerings this season, as well as looking back at classic seasonal favourites. Think Kurt Russell in The Christmas Chronicles 2, Dolly Parton in Christmas On The Square and Kristen Stewart in Happiest Season. Hosted by Helen O’Hara (the Empire podcast, His Darker Materials) and a rotating ...
 
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Emily talks to Dr. Suzanne Koven, author of Letter to a Young Female Physician: Notes from a Medical Life. Dr. Koven graduated from medical school in the eighties at a time when there were so few women in her residency program that she had to write up her own maternity leave policy. Her memoir is a testament to how, while some things have changed f…
 
It’s a male thing. And that’s exactly why we guys don’t talk about it. But that definitely doesn’t mean we shouldn’t have it treated. Varicoceles is a health issue men suffer worldwide. And though we don’t go about mentioning it to every person we meet, we do need to have it treated because it can have some serious consequences. The unfortunate par…
 
As much as our culture delights in talking about sex, we do not relish discussing the sexually transmitted diseases which sometimes follow. But STDs are not just a fact of life, they are a subject that has been shrouded in mystery and moralizing throughout the history of medicine. In this episode, Emily speaks with Dr. Ina Park, a family medicine d…
 
Rice puddings are found in nearly every area of the world. Nothing describes comfort to me than a warm bowl of sweet, sticky rice pudding. This is why the Danes love to have rice pudding during Christmas. As well as tasting delicious, their rice pudding is filled with stories of mischievous gnomes, medieval spices, and the Empress of France. So, gr…
 
In a special crossover episode of Jazz United, bassist Pino Palladino and producer Blake Mills speak with Simon Rentner of The Checkout about their album Notes with Attachments, out on New Deal/Impulse!โดย Greg Bryant, Nate Chinen, Simon Rentner
 
Never give up is my motto. And especially when it comes to health. Ayurveda has known how to treat Hypertension from time immemorial. And these safe, natural remedies are proof that we can heal without harming our bodies further. Mind you, these solutions work only if you are willing to change the way you live. Diet & lifestyle habits are the cause…
 
All of us have experienced physical pain at some point in our lives. Yet many of us are unaware of how essential context is to the pain experience. Even today, there is much about pain that remains poorly understood. How is it that something so core to being human can remain such a mystery? Joining me to unravel some of these complexities is Dr. Ab…
 
We all know lots about Diabetes whether we have it or not. At least one friend or family member has it and what about all those friends who have a bagful of advice about the ailment. But what we don’t know is that it is treatable and easily manageable by natural remedies. In this episode I talk about how Ayurveda diagnoses Diabetes and its causes a…
 
Many of us have had to imagine dreaded scenarios for the death of a loved one with dementia. But few have done so with as much cinematic ingenuity and depth of affection as our next guest. In this episode, Emily talks to Kirsten Johnson, the veteran cinematographer and award-winning documentary filmmaker of the film Dick Johnson is Dead, which cent…
 
Jazz United takes the occasion of Dr. Lonnie Smith's new album Breathe to consider his instrument, the Hammond B3 organ — and shout out a couple of his heirs, Sam Fribush and Cory Henry.โดย Greg Bryant, Nate Chinen
 
Welcome to Intermezzode Take1, aka how do we do this whole remote recording thing and what the heck happened to a whole year?!?! Join us as we stumble through what it takes to record in two different places, answer questions about when we might come back with Season 3, talk about how we got through 2020, and recommend a few things that we enjoyed a…
 
Kapha Dosha is the third body energy that represents the complimenting elements of Earth and Water. The tell tale signs of Kapha people make them stand out in the way they behave, look and respond to life situations. However they are also affected uniquely by changing climates, diets and lifestyle habits. Knowing how to manage your Kapha body type …
 
The WGAE Women’s Salon presents a series of four live recordings of OnWriting in honor of Women's History Month. In each episode, we’re speaking with women screenwriters whose latest projects center on women’s stories. To wrap up the series, Geri speaks with Eliza Hittman, the writer and director of the acclaimed 2020 film NEVER RARELY SOMETIMES AL…
 
As Jazz Appreciation Month gets underway, hear a conversation between WBGO's own Bob Porter and Nate Chinen about Porter's book Soul Jazz: Jazz in the Black Community, 1945-1975.โดย Greg Bryant, Nate Chinen
 
Rich and Liz discuss Season 4 Episode 7 of The Great Canadian Baking Show. Topics discussed include: Rich has a question Deserts we’ll never make Where trifle comes from Rich says “profesh” Where is the passion? The sink-anon The mousse is loose The softie side layer Cream Of Tartar talk Trying to hold it all together so the ground beef doesn’t fal…
 
If you are a Pitta person, then this is definitely something you may want to listen to. Ayurveda lays out specific characteristics - physical and emotional that identify a person with a Pitta predominant body type. It also is a minefield of information on what climates, food and lifestyle affects the Pitta individual and in what way. It therefore f…
 
OnWriting presents the third in a series of four live recordings of OnWriting in honor of Women's History Month, presented by the WGAE Women's Salon. In each episode, we’re speaking with women screenwriters whose latest projects center on women’s stories. For the third installment in the series, Geri speaks with Jenny Lumet, the co-creator and show…
 
It's a dessert who's origin is of great debate. It can be considered the quintessential South African Christmas dish. It's name is hotly contested to come from three different sources. Find out the origin and history of this soft sponge cake filled to the brim with a rich, decadent sauce. This is the history of malva pudding. www.seasonseatingspodc…
 
Rich and Liz discuss Episode 6 of Season 4 of The Great Canadian Baking Show. Topics discussed include: We don’t know what a strudel is The Boy With The Most Goats Challenging Our Concept of Dessert Cheese Squeezin Difficult Difficult Lemon Difficult Unknowable Desserts All Children Love Almond Mush Chainsaw Pants What Even Is Food? The Unkindest S…
 
OnWriting presents the second in a series of four live recordings of OnWriting in honor of Women's History Month, presented by the WGAE Women's Salon. In each episode, we’re speaking with women screenwriters whose latest projects center on women’s stories. For the second installment in the series, Geri speaks with Banban Cheng & Sasie Sealy — co-wr…
 
The minute you find out your Dosha, it becomes that much easier to figure out why your mind, body and emotions are behaving the way they are. No not a joke. Ayurveda spells out even emotional and psychological characteristics specific to each Dosha. So I begin with the Vata Dosha in this episode to tell you everything you need to know about Vata pr…
 
OnWriting presents the first in a series of four live recordings of OnWriting in honor of Women's History Month, presented by the WGAE Women's Salon. In each episode, we’re speaking with women screenwriters whose latest projects center on women’s stories. For the first of these Women's History Month episodes, Geri speaks with Emerald Fennell — writ…
 
People ask me the core concepts on which Ayurvedic Remedies work. Well one of them is the knowledge of the Doshas. Ayurveda holds knowledge of why specific ailments occur in people of different body types. The Science of the Doshas identifies different types of body constitutions which decide the emotional, mental and physical characteristics of ea…
 
OnWriting presents three live-taped episodes of OnWriting celebrating Black History Month, presented by the WGAE Black Writers Salon. In each installment, two co-chairs of the WGAE Black Writers Salon—OnWriting’s own Geri Cole and Rashidi Hendrix—speak with Black screenwriters who have each written amazing films about Black icons in history. For th…
 
OnWriting presents three live-taped episodes of OnWriting celebrating Black History Month, presented by the WGAE Black Writers Salon. In each installment, two co-chairs of the WGAE Black Writers Salon—OnWriting’s own Geri Cole and Rashidi Hendrix—speak with Black screenwriters who have each written amazing films about Black icons in history. For th…
 
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