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Everyone always says they're so busy. But what exactly are they so busy with? In their podcast Sorry I've Been So Busy, writer/comedians Matt Goldich (Late Night) and Andrew Goldstein (MTV) talk to their interesting and funny friends to find out what they've actually been so busy with - everything from major life and career events to everyday minutiae. Sorry I've Been So Busy is the only podcast that will never blow you off... unless something comes up.
 
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You Know What I've Been Wondering?

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You Know What I've Been Wondering?

Sarah Bedwell & Jane Bertelsen

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A podcast where two roommates ask each other about all the things we should know about - but don't. You Know What I've Been Wondering? is a comedy, history, and culture podcast answering the questions you've always wanted to ask. What are the actual origins of astrology? Why is Kombucha so popular? Who are the Bird Truthers? You ask, we answer. This is the opposite of mansplaining. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ykwibwpodcast/support
 
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It was Mother’s Day here recently and it got us thinking about what a celebration Mother’s Day is, but also how hard it is for so many women around the world – for those who have lost their mum, for those that have a tough relationship with their mother, for those that desperately want to be a mum but can’t, and for those who tragically have lost t…
 
In this episode we talk to Erika Wohlstadter, Principal Researcher at Think Company,, psychobilly upright bassist, sewist, costumer, queer spec fic writer, and so much more about strangeness. What attracts us to it? How do hide or leverage the strangeness in ourselves? How is normality a political tool? What are the consequences of strangeness? And…
 
In this episode I talk to storyteller, connector, and comedian Neil Bardhan about how we work from scheduling to values to measuring productivity to reducing anxiety and all of the things that a COVID-induced work from home environment forces us to think about. How do we manage ourselves when we have a fair amount of freedom? What does it mean for …
 
We might love our siblings, but that doesn't mean they don't trigger us from time to time! There always seems to be a good one, funny one, caring one, pretty one, wild one, favourite one, middle one, eldest one, youngest one... you get the point - sibling dynamics are diverse! Join us as we chat about sibling triggers and share some simple mindful …
 
In this episode we explore how to start to mindfully manage our triggers that stem from the way we were parented. We recap on the RAIN process (Recognise that we are being triggered, then we Allow ourselves to feel all the feels, then when ready we Investigate & then Nurture that place in us that needs nurturing, compassion & love) and Natalie guid…
 
Mule Design co-founder and Just Enough Research and Conversational Design author Erika Hall and I chat about how a lack of understanding about the business aspects of their design works can lead designers to become the tools of extractive, unethical practices. We get into how this has played out in her own work and how Mule makes decisions about wh…
 
We all know that parenting is unique & comes unscripted so to speak, so how do you cope when in fact your parents are the ones who have seemed to have caused you the most hurt often unbeknownst to them? Great question Candice, it’s such a tough topic… Most of us love our parents & don’t want to portray them as doing us wrong. We are often told they…
 
Join Natalie and Candice in this episode as they chat about parenting and how when we work on our own personal triggers we are in a better position to respond when the kids behaviour isn't on point (think tantrums, talkback, not listening - all the things kids do).
 
Join Natalie and Candice in this DOUBLE LENGTH episode as they explore triggers that pop up in the ongoing pursuit of a work-life balance. We all know work-life balance is important and when we have it life is great, when we don't life gets a whole lot tougher! Listen in to learn a few mindful and compassionate tips that Natalie and Candice use to …
 
In the episode we chat about work and how easy it is to get triggered! We invest so much of ourselves into our work and so many of us identify our personal identity and self-worth alongside our job. When work, or work peers trigger you work becomes unproductive and unenjoyable - we spend too much time at work to let this happen! In this episode we …
 
In this episode we look at the role expectations play in our life - expectations we place on others, ourselves, the world - and of cause expectations others place on us! When our expectations aren't met we can feel all sorts of things - sad, frustrated, angry, let down, inadequate.... Listen to learn how to navigate expectations and associated emot…
 
Relationships can be huge emotional triggers! In this episode we chat about relationships and how we carry our past hurts into our relationships and how in doing so we can find ourself blowing things out of proportion.
 
In our first episode for 2022 we are wrapping up our dive into the RAIN process to work through emotional triggers. In this episode we bring in the love and kindness that is needed to heal our triggers and we explore a few other mindful activities such as yoga, meditation, journalling and yoga/mindful living techniques to support yourself to do the…
 
On our pilot episode, author and documentarian Kevin Smokler and I talk about consequences. We also get into owning versus sharing, being ourselves, and how to think about restorative justice in a punishment-oriented world. Recommended content from this episode: Books The Sum of Us by Heather McGhee The Half Has Never Been Told by Edward E. Baptist…
 
Welcome as we continue our deep dive into the RAIN mindfulness process to overcome emotional triggers. In this episode we explore the 'investigate' step, which is around exploring our past for where our emotional triggers stem from. When we take the time to really investigate our emotional triggers it gives us knowledge around the parts of us that …
 
In episode 3 we continue to explore the RAIN process diving into A is for allowing. In this episode we share a meditative process you can practice to increase your ability to allow yourself to sit with your emotions. The steps of this meditation are below for your reference and use: - Take a moment to settle into your position ensuring you feel sta…
 
Over the next four episodes we are going to explore the RAIN method or Recogise, Allow, Investigate, Nurture. Today's episode is diving into the R step. Recognising when you are triggered, along with some tools to helps strengthen your ability to recognise your emotional responses in the moment. Enjoy Natalie and Candice…
 
Migration is a topic at the top of many different agendas but why are people moving and what can we learn from history to map out possible futures? Peter discusses this and more with Parag Khanna, founder & managing partner of FutureMap, a data and scenario based strategic advisory firm.Parag's new book MOVE and past work can be found on his websit…
 
When we choose what we eat it can have a huge impact on our environmental footprint.Author Sarah Briddle has written one of the books of the year, Food and Climate Change Without the Hot Air: Change Your Diet: The Easiest way to Help Save the Planet, and within it she measures the choices we take and what they mean for the world around us. Well wor…
 
Refugees and migrants take their path for many different reasons one of which is economic. How does the money they send back to their homes - remittance - change their families, communities and even governments? Outside of this how does their new cultural capital impact how they see the world around them and from where they travelled from? Pennsylv…
 
The 25th Bond film is in cinemas now and in this episode of I've Been Thinking with Peter Frankopan he digs into the real life world of espionage, counter terrorism and the life of Bond creator Ian Flemming.First up Peter is in conversation with Sir David Omand. He was the first UK Security and Intelligence Coordinator, served on the Joint Intellig…
 
You've taken a hostage, but what are they worth? 97.5% of all hostages who are taken for ransom are returned but pricing is as important a factor as the negotiating. In this episode of I've Been Thinking Peter is in conversation with Professor Anja Shortland from King's College London on the economics of kidnapping and also the world of art theft w…
 
He's been the face of opposition politic in Russia for sometime but who is Alexei Navalny? What are his goals? What tools does he wield to achieve them? How do the Kremlin head him off? In order to answer those questions and more, Peter is joined by the authors and scholars behind Navalny: Putin's Nemesis, Russia's Future? on this episode of I've B…
 
An extra episode of I've Been Thinking with Peter Frankopan in your podcast feed this week.In the media we see daily stories of projected food shortages, lack of workers and of course right now across the UK, queues on petrol forecourts.The UK is not alone in seeing disruption to its supply chains with incidents and examples across the globe not le…
 
China Unbound: A New World Disorder, journalist Joanna Chiu takes her experience of over a decade examining China's expansion and puts pen to paper to give the reader a view of it's economic power, it's sway over foreign countries, and how China's growth has been handled by Western Nations. Peter and Joanna go under the hood of leader Xi Jinping's …
 
What is private education? Who goes in and who comes out? Like Peter, Richard Beard experienced such an education and writes about its impact and how it has shaped modern government in his latest book Sad Little Men: Private Schools and the Ruin of England.He and Peter get into private education's history, the breeding ground of power and its posit…
 
On this episode of I've Been Thinking Peter is in conversation with Vincent Brown, Professor of American History and Professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard and author of the excellent Tacky's Revolt released in 2020.He and Peter discuss who Tacky was, the implications of the revolt on the American revolution that was to come b…
 
Welcome to the second part of this deep look into Afghanistan.Peter speaks to Professor Sumit Ganguly who provides the history and background of the Taliban's origins, and Professor Amira Jadoon one of the world's foremost experts on ISIS-K.You can find Professor Amira Jadoon on Twitter - @AmiraJadoon - and her website is www.amirajadoon.netFurther…
 
This is a two part special of I've Been Thinking, digging deeper into the situation in Afghanistan.In this episode Peter is in conversation with Ajmal Ahmady, until very recently the Governor of the Central Bank of Afghanistan and Minister of Commerce who saw the eye storm of the Taliban takeover and tries to answer "what comes next for the country…
 
The Pacific Ocean trade routes have fascinated many for a long time including economic historians Mark Koyama & Fernando Arteaga. Together with their colleague Desiree Desierto they have written an extensive paper on trade across the Pacific Ocean in the centuries after the arrival of Columbus and Europeans in the Americas.In this episode of I've B…
 
This episode of I've Been Thinking with Peter Frankopan is a special one as we look at the developing situation in Afghanistan. Peter has spent a lot of time working on the history of Afghanistan and its neighbours, so the dramatic events have sparked lots of questions about what happened, why and what may happen next.He is joined by Bruno Macaes, …
 
Leticia Arroyo and Noel Maurer are New York based academics who have written a fascinating work on if and how pandemics shape elections following their paper on the 1918 Spanish Flu. In this episode they discuss the steps taken in America to curb the Spanish Flu, and how certain measures were similar to those taken recently for Covid-19 but the pub…
 
Tim Marshall was Diplomatic Editor and foreign correspondent for Sky News but after three decades he chose to step away to focus on analysis and writing of what he had witnessed and learn in his career. He is the author of the huge international bestseller Prisoners of Geography. In this episode he talks to Peter about what shape a new Cold War cou…
 
Birmingham Yardley MP Jess Phillips never intended being an active member of parliament despite being a member of the Labour Party. She is one of the most visible MPs which comes with many positive and negative impacts professionally and privately. On this episode of I've Been Thinking Jess shares learnings from her latest book, Everything You Need…
 
Former Chief Economist at Spotify Will Page is Peter's guest on episode 6 of I've Been Thinking. Peter and Will discuss his book, Tarzan Economics, and the examples within showcasing economics impacting music but also everything in our wider culture. Will reveals how streaming is changing the way music is written, how a high street chain we're all …
 
Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei left China in 2015 and has since lived in several countries including the UK and most recently Portugal. Growing up with his own father in exile, Ai Weiwei's art has always featured his activism and in his most recent work including documentary film he looks at refugees across the world and the stories they tel…
 
West Indian fast bowling legend Michael Holding speaks to Peter about how he came to write his most recent book Why We Kneel How We Rise, educating himself on racism, his hopes for change in the future and the most recent racist abuse members of the England team faced after their Euro 2020 final defeat.If you're enjoying the podcast please do leave…
 
Is being Prime Minister of the United Kingdom a job you would really want?Sir Anthony Seldon, author of The Impossible Office?: The History of the British Prime Minister, joins Peter to examine that question and takes Peter through the history of the premiership to explain it's evolution and why we are now in a point in history where those filling …
 
James Comey was the 7th Director of the FBI from 2013 until his dismissal by President Donald Trump in 2017.As head of the FBI he opened the investigation into Hilary Clinton's emails on the eve of the US election which many believed aided Donald Trump's rise to power.Comey and Trump would clash during his time in office which he has written about …
 
Peter's first guest on I've Been Thinking is Professor Alice Roberts. Alice is a biological anthropologist, biologist, presenter and author. In this episode we look into the unbelievable amount of information that can be gleamed from bones, why the lives of ordinary citizens as well as those more famous figures in history are just as important and …
 
It's very hot outside - stay inside and listen to us instead! This week, Jane shares the story of racehorse Secretariat (and some Seabiscuit facts). Sarah explains why you should absolutely be wearing sunscreen all the time! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ykwibwpodcast/support
 
Best-selling author, rock star historian and world-renowned thinker Peter Frankopan is turning his hand to the art of podcasting, with his new project: I’ve Been Thinking...with Peter Frankopan. In this podcast, Peter, Professor of Global History at Oxford University discusses global topics which inform understanding of the past, present and future…
 
Your weekly reminder that there are many things in the sea that can kill you, so swim with caution this summer, folks! Jane shares facts about some of Australia's most unique, and deadly, wildlife. Sarah explains the history of Hart Island and its significance in Queer History. We want to wish a happy Pride month to all our queer friends out there.…
 
Jane makes many bad rune puns in this. You have been warned! This week, Jane further explains who Madame Tussaud was (but there is the devastating absence of any heads in jars). Sarah explains where runes came from and their uses. We also discuss the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 in honor of its 100th anniversary. --- Support this podcast: https://an…
 
I guess this week we went for a street sign theme? Jane explains the development of Sesame Street. Sarah shares the history of traffic laws in the United States. Plus, a big chat about grief and loss in the middle. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ykwibwpodcast/support
 
We did not intentionally rhyme our topics, we promise. This week, Jane explains the origins of May Day. Sarah discusses a popular theory on JonBenet Ramsey's murder. We also have a long chat on pop culture and gender. CW: violence against children, death, sexual assault. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ykwibwpodcast/support…
 
We missed you last week! If you are disgusted by bugs, maybe skip the first 20 minutes. This week, Jane explains how a designated survivor is chosen. Sarah tells the story of the 1969 drainage of Niagara Falls. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ykwibwpodcast/support
 
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