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Ben Aldridge, joins us on the show this week (41:52-1:00:00) to talk about having one of the most excellent IMDb credits as Fleabag's 'Arsehole Guy', as well as his new ITV series, The Long Call. We then struggle through the rest of the podcast recording with James in a rather fragile state, as we get down with the Roys in season 3 of Succession on Sky, re-litigate Bill Clinton's extra-marital rumblings along with Ryan Murphy in Impeachment: American Crime Story on BBC2, and try to work out what the hell is going on in the second series of Locke & Key on Netflix. Plus you get to find out what 'Pika-Blinders' is (sort of), hear our pitches for TV show spin-offs, get a blow-by-blow account of the random, Ryan Murphy-inspired hotel James was forced to crash in last night, and learn all about Beth's interpretative Succession dance (TikTok to follow, we very much hope).
A group of 17 missionaries, including five children, abducted on their way back from visiting an orphanage in Haiti. Dr. Fauci reveals the Johnson & Johnson single dose COVID vaccine should have been a two dose series, just days after an FDA advisory panel recommended all J&J vaccine recipients get a booster shot. This, as many more COVID vaccine mandates goes into effect nationwide in just hours. Former President Bill Clinton released from the hospital after receiving treatment for a urological infection. An urgent manhunt underway in Texas for a gunman who ambushed three deputies outside a Houston nightclub. And where NASA's newly launched spacecraft is heading.
A Chicago team wins the WNBA Title, Hooter's new uniform, Detroit Lions lose again, Vince Neil falls, Bill Clinton hospitalized, Hannah Gadsby v. Dave Chappelle & Netflix, Drew on WATP, and it's Mike Clark-tober.As we start the show, the Chicago Sky are crowned the 2021 WNBA Champions. Fun fact: they won half their games this year. The Phoenix Mercury could have won if not for horrendous travel conditions for Diana Taurasi. Fun fact: a show member once turned her down.The Detroit Lions are not very good at football and somehow get worse. Seeing Joe Mixon reminds us of Brent Musburger correct observation of him... OK, 2nd down and 9.Jon Gruden is the ONLY person in the NFL with mean emails from the WFT investigation.The new uniforms at Hooters have upset some of their servers. We conduct a full investigation by calling some stores.Maz reads off the latest Legacy winner. Congrats to _____________!Drew popped on the latest episode of Who Are These Podcasts? covering Dave & Chuck the Freak.Vince Neil fell off the stage and broke his ribs.MGK and Megan Fox (Kelly) love doing drugs together. Boring Austin Green was eliminated from Dancing with the Stars.Mike Clark passed away 3 years ago this past weekend. RIP Planeman. We miss still you.Greta Thunberg needs to take Jeff Bezos and William Shatner to task for polluting the world with their carnival ride.Ford is taking subtle shots at Tesla in their new commercials.Kourtney Kardashian threw a hissy fit when Travis Barker lost a phone on a flight.Britney Watch 2021: Britney is allowed to ride motorcycles now. Britney sends a warning to her family... ALL of them. Lourdes Leon claims Madonna was a strict mom. She's the most famous armpit hair model.If you're rich enough to have Apple TV+, don't waste your time with The Velvet Underground documentary.Bill Clinton was hospitalized due to an issue with his weiner getting E. coli.Jeffrey Epstein wanted to spill on Bill Clinton and Donald Trump to save his ass.Hannah Gadsby is really made at her content distributer Netflix for "using" her to show how diverse their products are after Twitter got mad at the new Dave Chappelle special.Marc wants you to finish Squid Game so he can discuss the ending. SNL & Pete Davidson did a pretty decent bit on the Netflix show. Travis Barker is always available to drum.There are rumors swirling that more Urban Meyer video exists and Shelley is on the warpath.CFB: MSU beat Indiana on the road. Ed Orgeron is leaving LSU. Some people are saying MSU's Mel Tucker may be his replacement. Drew's Hokies are terrible. Tennessee fans pelted Lane Kiffin and Ole Miss. Michigan is up to #6 in the polls.Drew discovered Sponge's John Lennon cover from 1995. It was the most 90's album possibly ever.Audacy is doing something different in radio by rolling out Dave FM- "Random Radio".Brandon Goodwin claims the COVID-19 vaccine ruined his NBA season.Coldplay played Bill Gates' daughter's wedding. Their dancing is going to power their upcoming shows.Victor Williams went viral for shredding his skateboard during a live broadcast.East Lansing Public Schools jump on the dumb bandwagon and cancel Halloween and Valentine's Day.Beaumont Royal Oak needs nurse anesthetists stat. They'll pay BIG money.Aaron McDonald is a monster that should rot in prison.Enjoy some Mike Clark memories.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Biden promotes agenda in Connecticut as Dems are still struggling to reach a final deal, FDA advisers recommend all adult J&J vaccine recipients get a second dose at least two months after the first, Bill Clinton to stay another night in hospital for treatment To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Did anyone else watch the Britney Murphy documentary on HBO? Good lord, that was depressing. *If you're looking for two cis white males to give their opinions on the Chappelle special, you came to the right place. *Doomscrolling! Biden is running out of patience and wants you to get vaccinated already. Bill Clinton is in the hospital. Alex Murdaugh has been arrested. Steve Bannon might get arrested. Dog the Bounty hunter still hasn't found Brian Laundrie. *It's time for the Kink Quiz. Who's the brat and who's the brat tamer? *What's one thing that you're living for? *Lazlo is no fan of the pop in. *Gen Z is shaping up to be "the least sex positive generation" *They still float. *Have a great weekend! Follow us on twitter and Insta @churchoflazlo and check out lazlo.church See you Monday. -Everybody Wang Chung!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Manchin & Sinema detail key disagreements over Biden agenda; One-on-one with White House press secretary Jen Psaki; CNN Poll: only 25% of Americans see economic bills helping them; Klain retweets economist saying inflation is a “high class” problem; Psaki's mention of VA governor's race raises objections; FDA panel recommends J&J booster 2 months after first shot; CDC: unvaccinated adults have 11x higher risk of dying, 6x higher chance of testing positive; CDC: more than 90% of people who got J&J may be eligible for booster; NIH study: mixing & matching boosters seems effective; Migrant surge complicating VP Harris's border assignment; DHS watchdog report criticizes ICE's use of solitary confinement; Bill Clinton in hospital aster infection spread to bloodstream; Bill Clinton hospitalized for infection but “on the mend”; Source: Biden called Clinton, talked politics & VA gov race; British lawmaker stabbed to death at meeting with voters; British counter-terrorism police to lead investigation into stabbing death of member of British parliament; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
In this edition of Machine Gun Trendy, Jack and Miles discuss Liz Mair being the new 'Bean Dad', Netflix firing the organizer of the trans employee walkout, Robert Pattinson's new Bat-voice, the Capitol Police Officer who is facing obstruction of justice charges, Trump refuting 'golden shower' accusations, Bill Clinton's UTI, and the $50,000 bill at Salt Bae's restaurant. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
MVC&R are not fans of vaccine mandates, and neither are many Chicago police officers. The Transportation Secretary is taking time off during a literal transportation crisis, and former President Obama's defense secretary is blasting President Biden over Afghanistan. Former President Bill Clinton is hospitalized in California with non-COVID symptoms, and Queen Elizabeth has been advised to drop her daily cocktail. NBC News lies about Texas teachers having to offer pro-Holocaust material, and nurses sue a hospital for “blanket denial” of religious vaccine exemptions. A member of the UK Parliament is stabbed and killed while meeting with constituents, and an FBI negotiator has tips for talking to your unvaccinated family members. Ryan Fujitani from Rotten Tomatoes has the latest in spooky cinema, and an especially sweet Friday Five -- Best Sweet Songs.
Topics discussed on today's show: Dodgers Win NLDS, Bill Clinton in ICU, Olivia Wilde Free The Nipple, Birthdays, News of the Day, How much time do you spend with your significant other?, Unconventional Dates, 20 in 21, Oops, My Bad, Stay Or Go with todays artist: Black Rock Candy, New Music Friday, and Apologies.
Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Friday October 15, 2021
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Today: Biostatistician Ryan Imgrund is back on After 9 to talk about the controversy over Scott's Tweet from yesterday. Also: The Queen has been advised to cut down on the booze, A love story from Florida, Cuffing season is upon us, Bill Clinton is in hospital, and ... a brand new After 9 contest. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Loper was golfing when he overheard one girl complaining that another girl was copy catting everything about her. Randi talks about a college roommate who was eerily obsessed with her. We play Match Game for tickets to go see KISS. Half of people would go to outer space if it was a free trip. Plus, New Music Friday, Bill Clinton hospitalized, old kids shows, the George Foreman grill and more!
Bill Handel is joined by KFI News Director Chris Little - filling in for Jennifer Jones Lee - and Wayne Resnick, as the trio discusses news topics that include: The Dodgers win! L.A. advances to the NLCS to face the Atlanta Braves, Robert Durst has been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his best friend, and Bill Clinton is 'on the mend' after being hospitalized at UC Irvine.
Here's your morning news: Former President Bill Clinton treated for infection at UC Irvine Medical Center; Accusations of hazing and abuse of female L.A. Fire Department members; Red Flag warnings as Santa Ana winds arrive; Check swing puts Dodgers over the Giants in nailbiter to advance to NLCS. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav
The January 6 Select Committee moves to charge former Trump aide Steve Bannon with criminal contempt after he failed to attend his deposition today. Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson has been clear that nobody is off-limits from its subpoenas. Will this include former President Trump? BREAKING NEWS: former President Bill Clinton is admitted to hospital following a urinary tract infection which has spread to his bloodstream. A former spokesman for the President stresses his hospitalization is neither Covid-19 nor heart related, adding he is ‘on the mend and in good spirits'. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
El gobierno de Biden implantará de nuevo en noviembre el programa ‘Quédate en México'; corte federal avala la ley de aborto de Texas y hospitalizan al expresidente Bill Clinton por una infección, entre otras noticias. Más información en UnivisionNoticias.com.
A.M. Edition for Oct. 15. The worker shortage that emerged from the pandemic could be permanent. WSJ's Lauren Weber tells us what is driving the exodus. A former Boeing pilot is indicted for allegedly lying about the automated system blamed for the 737 MAX crashes. A judge says the Texas abortion law can remain in effect. Plus, former President Bill Clinton is admitted to hospital. And WSJ's Rochelle Toplensky talks retail as Macy's is urged to spin off its profitable e-commerce unit. Peter Granitz hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Freitag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.USA nach drei Jahren wieder in den UN-Menschenrechtsrat aufgenommen Die USA sind rund drei Jahre nach ihrem von Ex-Präsident Donald Trump angeordneten Rückzug aus dem UN-Menschenrechtsrat wieder in das Gremium aufgenommen worden. Die UN-Generalversammlung wählte sie mit 168 von 193 Stimmen für drei Jahre in den Rat mit Sitz in Genf. Auch Eritrea, das wegen mutmaßlicher Menschenrechtsverletzungen immer wieder in der Kritik steht, wurde in das 47 Mitglieder umfassende Gremium aufgenommen. Ebenfalls gewählt wurden Finnland, Luxemburg, Litauen, die Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate, Indien und Argentinien sowie zehn weitere Länder. Ehemaliger US-Präsident Bill Clinton auf Intensivstation Der ehemalige US-Präsident Bill Clinton liegt seit zwei Tagen mit einer Harnwegsinfektion auf der Intensivstation eines kalifornischen Krankenhauses. Die Infektion habe sich in seinem Blutkreislauf ausgebreitet, sagten die behandelnden Ärzte dem Fernsehsender CNN. Auf der Intensivstation sei Clinton vor allem deshalb, weil er dort die nötige Ruhe habe und engmaschig überwacht werden könne. Sein Sprecher Angel Urena schrieb auf Twitter, Clinton erhole sich gut und sei den Ärzten und dem Pflegepersonal dankbar für die gute Betreuung. Ehemaliger Boeing-Testpilot wegen Falschaussage in Krise um 737 Max angeklagt Der ehemalige Chef-Testpilot von Boeing ist wegen seiner Rolle bei der Krise um die problematische Software des Pannenflugzeugs 737 Max angeklagt worden. Ihm wird vorgeworfen, US-Behörden falsche und unvollständige Angaben zu der Software mit dem Namen MCAS gemacht zu haben, wie das US-Justizministerium mitteilte. Dadurch habe er die Arbeit der US-Luftfahrtbehörde FAA behindert. Die Software hatte bei zwei Abstürzen eine Rolle gespielt, bei denen 346 Menschen ums Leben kamen. Die 737 Max war während der Untersuchungen für 20 Monate mit Flugverboten belegt worden. Staatsanwaltschaft in Mexiko will nach U-Bahn-Unglück Anklage erheben Rund fünf Monate nach einem verheerenden U-Bahn-Unglück in Mexiko will die Generalstaatsanwaltschaft Anklage wegen Mordes, Körperverletzung und Sachbeschädigung erheben. Die Staatsanwältin erklärte, man werde gegen eine Reihe von Unternehmen und Menschen vorgehen. Der Einsturz der U-Bahn-Brücke war nach Ansicht von Ermittlern durch mangelhafte Balken und Bolzen verursacht worden. Am 3. Mai war in Mexiko-Stadt eine zwölf Meter hohe U-Bahn-Brücke der Linie 12 eingestürzt, als gerade eine U-Bahn darüber fuhr. 26 Menschen kamen ums Leben und etwa 80 weitere wurden verletzt. US-Staatsanwälte machen Facebook Druck Generalstaatsanwälte aus 14 US-Bundesstaaten wollen von Facebook wissen, ob prominente Impfgegner bei dem Online-Netzwerk von Sonderregeln profitiert haben. In einem Brief an Facebook-Chef Mark Zuckerberg beziehen sie sich auf Medienberichte, wonach das Online-Netzwerk Ausnahmen bei der Durchsetzung seiner Inhalte-Regeln gemacht hatte. Die Ankläger fragen, ob Beiträge von Impfgegnern aus finanziellen Gründen nicht gelöscht worden seien. Insider hatten berichtet, Facebook habe ein System aufgebaut, das hochkarätige Nutzer von den Regeln gegen Falschbehauptungen ausnehme. Erstmals Michelin-Sterne für russische Spitzenrestaurants Der französische Restaurantführer Michelin hat erstmals Spitzenköche aus Moskau mit den begehrten Michelin-Sternen ausgezeichnet. Als bestes Restaurant wurde das "Twins Garden" der Zwillingsbrüder Iwan und Sergej Beresuzki gekürt. Ebenfalls zwei Sterne bekam Artjom Jestafjew vom "Artest". Sieben weitere Restaurants erhielten einen Stern. Anlass für die Auszeichnungen war ein Michelin-Sonderband über die Gastro-Szene in Moskau. Nach Angaben des Verlags haben die Tester fünf Jahre lang die Lokale inkognito und nach festgelegten Standards geprüft. Geschreddertes Banksy-Werk zu Rekordpreis versteigert Gut drei Jahre nach seiner teilweisen Zerstörung am Ende einer Auktion ist das Werk "Love is in the Bin" des Streetart-Künstlers Banksy für knapp 19 Millionen Euro plus Gebühren versteigert worden. Der neue Eigentümer des Werks wurde zunächst nicht bekanntgegeben. Das ursprünglich "Girl with Balloon" betitelte Werk hatte im Oktober 2018 rund 1,1 Millionen Pfund erlöst. Direkt im Anschluss zerstörte ein im Rahmen versteckter Schredder einen Großteil des Bildes. Banksy, dessen Identität unbekannt ist, bezeichnete die Aktion als eine Kritik am Kunstmarkt.
Today's episode is the second part of a three-part series on how to scale and grow your wholesaling business to 7 figures with Chris Craddock. He will be sharing more ways to scale up your wholesaling business. Chris talks about the power of negotiating the correct way to utilize it. Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan are among the great politicians and American leaders who negotiated with strength and empathy. The same goes with your wholesaling business, knowing how to do it right yields favorable results. Understanding the needs of your customer and figuring out how to meet them is the most important part of salesmanship. He will also discuss the value of knowing how to close the deal. It takes time to master these skills and Chris believes that the resources and books he shared will help develop and hone your skills as a salesperson. He believes that this episode will help you excel even more in your profession. Always invest in mastery classes to upskill and have the opportunity to gain meaningful connections with people in this industry. RESOURCES: REI Revive Program Zig Ziglar's Ultimate Library How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie Never Split the Difference by Chris Voss What Every Body Is Saying by Joe Navarro The Closer's Survival Guide by Grant Cardone
Noah Shachtman is editor-in-chief of Rolling Stone. Previously executive editor at The Daily Beast, and before that a national security reporter based in Afghanistan, Iraq and Kuwait, he also worked on Bill Clinton's 1992 election campaign. In this in-depth interview, Noah talks about taking the reins of the iconic publication - and how the music, politics and culture title will become “faster, louder, harder” as he seeks to grow its impact; shares how he turned The Daily Beast into a “scoop factory,” breaking some of the biggest stories of recent times including Jeffrey Epstein's arrest and Donald Trump's impeachment; and drawing on his years of experience in the Middle East, reflects on President Biden's withdrawal from Afghanistan - and the likely consequences.
Buckle up, y'all because this episode is jam-packed with nuggets of wisdom that will stick with you long after listening. Today I kicked it in the booth with bestselling author, socially conscious entrepreneur, and speaker Laura Gassner Otting (aka LGO). We talked about finding what you love to do, defining success and what is enough for yourself, motivation vs. discipline, control, imposter syndrome, and a new way to think about confidence. LGO is incredibly entertaining, an excellent storyteller, and someone who offers a fresh perspective. This episode has a little bit of everything for everyone and is well worth your time. Not to mention, it starts out with some PRO tips for ordering at the diner. Check it out! About the Guest: Washington Post Best Selling Author and Motivational Keynote speaker, Laura Gassner Otting, inspires people to push past the doubt and indecision that keep great ideas in limbo because her presentations make listeners think bigger and accept greater challenges that reach beyond their limited scope of belief. She delivers strategic thinking, well-honed wisdom, and perspective generated by decades of navigating change across the start-up, nonprofit, political, as well as philanthropic landscapes. Laura dares listeners to find their voice, and generate the confidence needed to tackle larger-than-life challenges. She leads them to seek new ways of leading, managing and mentoring others. Laura's entrepreneurial edge has been well-honed over a 25-year career that started as a Presidential Appointee in Bill Clinton's White House, where she helped shape AmeriCorps. She left a leadership role at the respected nonprofit search firm, Isaacson, Miller, to expand the startup ExecSearches.com. Laura also founded and ran the Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group, which partnered with the full gamut of mission-driven nonprofit executives, from start-up dreamers to scaling social entrepreneurs to global philanthropists. In 2015, Laura sold NPAG to the team that helped her build it, both because she was hungry for the next chapter and because she held an audacious dream of electing our nation's first female president. Along the way, while serving on Hillary Clinton's National Finance Committee, she was asked to do a TEDx talk which became so popular that it launched a speaking career. Laura has spoken across the United States and internationally to universities, companies, conferences, accelerators, TEDx, and the US Military. She is the author of Mission-Driven: Moving from Profit to Purpose (2015) and the Washington Post Best Seller Limitless: How to Ignore Everybody, Carve Your Own Path, and Live Your Best Life (2019). She lives with her husband, two teenage sons, and troublesome puppy outside of Boston, MA. Fun facts: I went to computer sleep away camp. I am running my fourth marathon in a week, having never run a mile in my life before I turned 39, and now the reigning lightweight indoor rowing champion of my age group. I have an irrational fear of whales. Connect with Laura and learn more: myfourquestions.com lauragassnerotting.com @heylgo on Instagram About the Host: Friends! Here's a somewhat stuffy bio of me: I am an author, professional speaker, coach, host, and entrepreneur. My first book, Leading Imperfectly: The value of being authentic for leaders, professionals, and human beings, is available wherever people buy books. I speak internationally to willing and unwilling attendees about authenticity, vulnerability, and leadership. My clients include American Express, General Electric (GE), Accenture, Yale University, The Ohio State University, and many others. As a speaker, I am doing the two things I loves the most: making people think and making people laugh! I host my own events multiple times a year. They are 2-day events called Living Imperfectly Live (and sometimes they are 1-day virtual events). They...
Today’s episode is about creating business and health success with intention and purpose with Eric Edmeades. Widely recognized as one of the most powerful, engaging and entertaining speakers in the world today, Eric Edmeades has shared the stage with leading experts like Sir Richard Branson, Jack Canfield, John Gray, Robin Sharma, and President Bill Clinton. Eric has logged over 10,000 hours on stage and spoken in over 20 countries around the world. Eric routinely speaks at business, marketing and technology conferences, film festivals, corporate engagements and does pro-bono talks and consulting for not-for-profit organizations and schools. I first heard about Eric through the Mindvalley community and recently took his class on the Mindvalley app about creating an intentional business and thought it was incredible. We talk about the following and more: ✅ What it means to create an “intentional business” ✅ The different types of entrepreneurs and the entrepreneurial paths ✅ Why so many businesses fail and how to deal with adversity and change ✅ How much of his spiritual world is aligned with his business world ✅ What Freedom Fridays are and why it is so necessary to disconnect Please tag us and tell us what you loved! You can follow @Gateways_To_Awakening on Instagram or Facebook if you’d like to stay connected. We'd like to thank our sponsors, Nowatch for this episode. Nowatch is a smart jewelry awearable that measures and predicts stress one hour in advance, helping you restore balance, and improve relaxation and sleep. With a collection of 9 interchangeable gemstones to suit your daily mood and style. If you’re interested in becoming a sponsor, please DM me.
Thank you to volunteer sound designer for her work on this episode including the following music: “Chill Lo-Fi Hip Hop” by Skilsel; “News Corporate” by Skilsel; “Hip Hop Lo-Fi” by John Sib; “Hip Hop Funk” by John Sib and “African Percussion” by SofraMore about Rita DoveWhether she is crafting a line of poetry or stitching together her husband's lavender velvet wedding suit, Rita Dove is a master of storytelling. In this episode of Stitch Please, Lisa talks with former US Poet Laureate, Rita Dove, about her introduction to sewing, the relationship between poetry and sewing, and how to walk along the seam sewn by those who have come before us. After graduating from Buchtel High School as a Presidential Scholar, Dove went on to graduate summa cum laude with a B.A. from Miami University in 1973. In 1974, she was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship from the University of Tübingen, Germany and later completed her MFA at the Writers' Workshop at the University of Iowa in 1977 where she met her husband, Fred Viebahn. In 1987, Dove received the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. In 1992, Dove was named US Poet Laureate and served as Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress—a position she would later hold again as a Special Bicentennial Consultant in 1999. In addition to being the youngest individual and the first African American to hold the position of Poet Laureate, Rita Dove is the recipient of 28 honorary doctorates and numerous awards, some of which include: Poet Laureate of Virginia, the National Humanities Medal presented by President Bill Clinton, the National Medal of Arts presented by President Barack Obama, several lifetime achievement awards, and the Gold Medal in poetry from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Dove has published the poetry collections The Yellow House on the Corner (1980), Museum (1983), Thomas and Beulah (1986), Grace Notes (1989), Selected Poems (1993), Mother Love (1995), On the Bus with Rosa Parks (1999), American Smooth (2004), Sonata Mulattica (2009), Collected Poems: 1974-2004 (2016) which was a finalist for the National Book Award, and her most recent work, Playlist for the Apocalypse (2021). In addition to poetry, Dove has published a book of short stories, Fifth Sunday (1985), the novel Through the Ivory Gate (1992), and the play The Darker Face of the Earth (1994). Rita Dove is currently the Commonwealth Professor of English at the University of Virginia. When she's not writing timeless literary gems, Dove might be found thumbing through High Fashion Sewing Secrets and creating her own wearable works of art.
It's October 12th. This day in 1992, Ross Perot joined Bill Clinton and incumbent George HW Bush on stage for the first three-person debate in modern presidential election history. Jody, NIki, and Kellie discuss Perot's candidacy, how he was able to destabilize both Clinton and Bush on stage — and whether he was actually a “spoiler” in that election. This Day In Esoteric Political History is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. Your support helps foster independent, artist-owned podcasts and award-winning stories. If you want to support the show directly, you can do so on our website: ThisDayPod.com Get in touch if you have any ideas for future topics, or just want to say hello. Our website is thisdaypod.com Follow us on social @thisdaypod Our team: Jacob Feldman, Researcher/Producer; Brittani Brown, Producer; Khawla Nakua, Transcripts; music by Teen Daze and Blue Dot Sessions; Julie Shapiro, Executive Producer at Radiotopia
Ross Szabo is a social innovator who helped create the youth mental health movement. He is the Wellness Director/founding faculty member at Geffen Academy at UCLA and CEO of Human Power Project. Ross has spoken to over 2 million people about his experiences with mental health. He is the author of Behind Happy Faces; Taking Charge of Your Mental Health and A Kids Book About Anxiety. He has also created an award winning mental health curriculum that is used by over 250,000 students around the world. His main goal is for people to focus on mental health the same way they work on their physical health. https://www.emotionalsupportpod.com/ @emotionalsupportpod @alessandratorresani @rossszabo https://rossszabo.com/
This week! On our sweet sweet return to the airwaves, the FratChat Podcast takes a look back at some classic US Presidential history to find the horniest of the Commander in Chiefs! Which Presidents turned the Oval Office into the Oral Office? Find out now on the FratChat Podcast! Get 20% OFF + Free Shipping on all MANSCAPED products with promo code FRATCHAT at MANSCAPED.com! Follow us on all social media: Instagram: http://Instagram.com/FratChatPodcast Facebook: http://Facebook.com/FratChatPodcast Twitter: http://Twitter.com/FratChatPodcast Follow Carlos and CMO! Carlos on Instagram: http://Instagram.com/CarlosDoesTheWorld CMO on Instagram: http://Instagram.com/Chris.Moore.Comedy
The TV show Impeachment: American Crime Story dramatizes the Bill Clinton's impeachment through the stories of three women at the heart of the proceedings, including Monica Lewinsky. We discuss how the country and its politics have and haven't changed in the two decades since the impeachment unfolded.This episode: White House correspondent Asma Khalid, demographics and culture correspondent Danielle Kurtzleben, and national political correspondent Mara Liasson.Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.orgJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.