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Sonali Dev is a prolific writer, but she is appearing in Fishers Saturday, September 30, to talk about her book "Pride, Prejudice and Other Flavors." Ms. Dev took time out of her busy schedule to talk with me, and I think you will enjoy the discussion.
Welcome back, listeners! In this exciting relaunch of the We Speak Volumes podcast, join hosts Jen and Lane as they discuss Jane Austen's beloved classic Pride and Prejudice. They delve into the depth of Austen's characters and the timeless appeal of the story. They also explore various adaptations and retellings of the novel, both classical and modernized. Join us on this journey and share your thoughts. Episode Links: Pride and Prejudice poster: Pride and Prejudice Buy the book: Pride and Prejudice (Hardcover Copy) Pride and Prejudice (Audiobook) Show Links: Bards Alley Bookshop Website Podcast Book List - Bookshop.org Podcast Audiobook List – LibroFM
Tonight, we shall read the next part to “Pride and Prejudice”, written by Jane Austen. In the last episode, Bingley visits the Bennets, and then he keeps coming back for more visits. Soon, Jane and him are ecstatic and engaged to be married. Elizabeth is overjoyed for her sister, but assumes that she must not be in Darcy's favor any longer, after everything that happened. — read by V — Support us: Listen ad-free on Patreon Get Snoozecast merch like cozy sweatshirts and accessories
EPISODE 1741: In this KEEN ON show, Andrew talks to Myisha Cherry, author of FAILURES OF FORGIVENESS, about a forgiving God, Christian forgiveness and happy Hollywood moral endings Myisha Cherry is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of California, Riverside. For nearly a decade, she has been writing about why we need to rethink anger and forgiveness. Her popular writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Boston Review, Salon, New Philosopher, WomanKind, and the Huffington Post and she has contributed live commentary to BET and HuffPost Live. Cherry hosts the UnMute Podcast, currently in its fifth season, on which she interviews philosophers about the social and political issues of our day. Her books include Unmuted: Conversations on Prejudice, Oppression, and Social Justice and The Moral Psychology of Anger (co-edited with Owen Flanagan). Named as one of the "100 most connected men" by GQ magazine, Andrew Keen is amongst the world's best known broadcasters and commentators. In addition to presenting KEEN ON, he is the host of the long-running How To Fix Democracy show. He is also the author of four prescient books about digital technology: CULT OF THE AMATEUR, DIGITAL VERTIGO, THE INTERNET IS NOT THE ANSWER and HOW TO FIX THE FUTURE. Andrew lives in San Francisco, is married to Cassandra Knight, Google's VP of Litigation & Discovery, and has two grown children. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"This place is our West, and I wish they'd leave us alone!" For Episode 286, David and Brandon discuss a neo-Western film that fits within our Stuck in a Small Town Genre, BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK. Listen as they discuss the film's casting, its filming in the desert, and how one supporting actor had a big year in 1955. Opening Banter (00:00:10) Recap of the Stuck in a Small Town Genre (00:03:39) Intro to Bad Day at Black Rock (00:05:41) History of How Bad Day at Black Rock Got to Production (00:12:39) Favorite Scenes (00:18:23) On Set Life - (00:43:21) Aftermath: Release and Legacy (00:50:16) What Worked and What Didn't (00:55:06) Film Facts (01:05:21) Awards (01:06:22) Final Questions (01:13:17) Preview for Next Week (01:21:40) Join our Patreon for More Content: https://www.patreon.com/cinenation Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod TikTok: @cinenation Letterboxd: CineNation Podcast E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Most of us, if the truth were known, have a secret list of prejudices that we carry, but would never admit to. Gene reminds us in today's episode that racism is not a skin issue, it's a sin issue. Jesus said, by this, everyone will know that you are my disciples if you love one another.” The church should be one place where we can truly say there is no favoritism and no racism.
I'm sure you've heard of one of the greatest love stories ever written. About a man and a woman who seemed to despise each other at first, before falling madly in love and living happily ever after. But are you intimidated to pick up the original book? Maybe I can help. In this episode of Classic Short Cuts we're tackling Pride and Prejudice. Visit my website, www.angourieslibrary.com, for a full transcription of this episode. Links: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Stuck Up and Stupid by Angourie Rice and Kate Rice Three character maps for Pride and Prejudice: one, two, three You might also like: 6.08 Classic Short Cuts: Frankenstein 6.02 The Literary World of Taylor Swift 5.06 Anatomy of a 90s Literary Teen Movie Adaptation 4.15 Jane Austen – Author Spotlight #2 *** Black Lives Matter resources Pay the Rent Greenpeace Australia Pacific Greenpeace International @angourierice / @the_community_library / our book! Cover artwork is by Ashley Ronning Ashley's Instagram, website, and printing studio website
Master Sergeant Raul Perez “Roy” Benavidez spent his adolescence working a series of odd jobs in Cuero, TX before enlisting in the National Guard in 1952. He would later join the Army and earn his Green beret before being deployed to Vietnam. It was here that he earned the Medal of Honor for risking his own life to rescue wounded soldiers and recover the body of a fallen soldier and the classified information he was carrying. You can find Benavidez's autobiographical books about his experiences here: Medal of Honor The Three Wars of Roy Benavidez Medal of Honor: One Man's Journey From Poverty and Prejudice
Welcome to the 'Bakery Bears Radio Show' Episode 94 Folks, we have dipped our toe into the wonderful pastime of gardening. In todays show we share with you the story of how it happened. Along the way we also discuss many of the aspects of gardening that have surprised us in respect of how much we enjoy them. Join Kay & Dan as they: Introduce you to the real start of Autumn! Discuss a storm they experienced on Lake Windermere a few years ago Tell you the story of how their first garden adventure began Discuss Gardeners World presenters and their love of Jeff Hamilton Talk through the flowers that they have planted in their new border and Kays love of David Austen Roses Break down all the things they have learnt in just a few weeks of gardening! Dan gets very excited about a shed and a bin store…. We'll see you on the 29th September with the next episode of the show when Dan will be revealing his full review of Pride & Prejudice. You can find past episodes of the Radio Show here: On Podbean : https://bakerybearsradioshow.podbean.com On Apple Podcasts : https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-bakery-bears-radio-show/id1474815454 Follow the Bakery Bears on Twitter https://twitter.com/bakerybears Follow the Bakery Bears on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bakerybears/
After a nearly three-year hiatus, Ashley and Louis are back and better than ever, ready to discuss creativity, spirituality, and the thread that holds them together: love. This week Ashley and Louis sit down to reflect on the current state of the female narrative. They talk about the Snow White remake controversy, the problems with Barbie, and the beauty of Pride and Prejudice. Are women reflected well in modern storytelling or not? Tune in to find out!
We're back to celebrate the end of summer with a new episode! Here's hoping that listening to us ramble won't make you a little homophobic. We do a quick catch-up about what's been going on. Is Nuri going to be a potential reality tv star in the making? What kind of fun interactions did Lee recently have with the LA #gaysian community?! How many donks will Nuri manage to engulf on his trip to LA? (Hopefully, any number more than none would be ideal.) Our main topic is Pride! What does it mean to be "proud" of your community and what our own personal experiences with all the festivities and parades are. What is it about pride season that resonates with us (Spoiler alert: nothing???) and how do we see ourselves fitting in with everyone else? (Spoiler alert: we don't????) If you have a topic or idea for the pod, please send it to us! If you have a big th**k unc** ** for Nuri, please also send that into the DMs too. We'll be hanging out in LA for the next few days as well! Thank you for all the support and feedback we've been receiving! How to support us! Instagram: instagram.com/whywontyouloveyourself Twitter: twitter.com/plzloveurself Send us your questions and comments to email@example.com
In this thought-provoking episode, we dive into the powerful biblical narrative found in Acts 10:1-33, which offers invaluable insights on breaking down walls of prejudice. Join us as we explore the transformative story of Cornelius, a Roman centurion, and Peter, one of Jesus' closest disciples. Throughout history, prejudice has plagued societies, dividing people based on race, ethnicity, religion, and more. Acts 10 challenges these divisions head-on, reminding us of the importance of embracing diversity and dismantling the barriers that prevent us from truly understanding one another. Drawing inspiration from this biblical account, Cole Phillips guides us through key themes and lessons found in Acts 10:1-33. We reflect on the radical shift in perspective that both Cornelius and Peter experience, as they confront their own biases and preconceived notions. Through their encounter, we witness the profound impact of breaking down walls of prejudice. As we listen to their stories, we are challenged to examine our own hearts and attitudes, seeking to identify and overcome any prejudices that may hinder our relationships and interactions with others. We will look at the historical context, the significance of this narrative, and its relevance in today's world. We explore practical steps we can take to foster greater love for one another despite our perceived differences. Whether you're a person of faith seeking to deepen your understanding of the Bible or you're interested in promoting equality and unity, this episode will inspire and equip you to actively work towards breaking down walls of prejudice in your own life and beyond. Tune in to this enlightening episode as we explore Acts 10:1-33, and discover how its timeless message can guide us towards a more compassionate culture. It's time to challenge our own biases and embrace the beauty of diversity. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cole-phillips2/support
Sex haze meets trauma, with private jets. Red, White & Royal Blue Year: 2023 Screenplay by: Matthew López and Ted Malawer Based on the novel by: Casey McQuiston Directed by: Matthew López Stars: Nicholas Galitzine, Taylor Zakhar Perez Show notes: This is such a gorgeous film. In this episode we mention the book Pride And Prejudice by Jane Austen (1813) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pride_and_Prejudice), the films You've Got Mail (1998) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0128853/), The Princess Diaries (2001) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0247638/) and Four Weddings And A Funeral (1994) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0109831/), the tv series The West Wing (1999-2006) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0200276/), and the work of P.G. Wodehouse as read by Stephen Fry (https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/PG-Wodehouse-Volume-1-Audiobook/B08QDKDNK9). You can find out more about London's V&A museum here: https://www.vam.ac.uk/ If you would like to suggest films for future episodes, you can tweet Lisa: @LisaStowaway. We record these episodes over the internet. Sometimes the audio is not perfect. We apologise for that. Music in this episode is by Martin Zaltz Austwick (martinzalzaustwick.com). Artwork is by Lisa Findley. Thank you for listening!
Called "the Maya Angelou of the Millennial generation,” Azure Antoinette is a poet, brand humanist and creative strategist. As a Commissioned Poet she is firmly committed to finding a way to live out her mantra of “Do What You Love & Love What You Do.”See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
‘Reject prejudice of any kind': Latter-day Saint missionary handbook gets an update, By Tad Walch, August 21, 2023 https://www.deseret.com/2023/8/21/23840312/reject-prejudice-of-any-kind-latter-day-saint-missionary-handbook-gets-an-update-mormon-missionaries The Non-Prophets, Episode 22.35.3 featuring Helen Green, Timothy Bethel, Jimmy Jr. and Raphael RyanBig changes are stirring in the world of Latter-day Saint missionaries, their new handbook advises them to cut back on communication and steer clear of prejudice.It tells them to embrace inclusivity. This might sound like a more open-minded approach, but some are raising an eyebrow. Critics point out the move seems more like a controlling effort.Missionaries are being told to limit contact with friends and families to a weekly prep day using only emails or letters. Limiting when missionaries can and cannot communicate with their family and friends. A very cult undertone type of control.Their updated handbook also includes music guidelines, perhaps we should just copy that section of the book into a playlist, so we can make a playlist of everything the LDS church isn't allowed to listen to. It is almost guaranteed to have some good music.It would be surprising if they were actually genuine about less misogyny. It's a bit ridiculous for them to say we actually need to look at women equally, it's 2023. This is Christianity we're talking about, they used their religion to turn women into concubines and servants. In Mormonism, one man could have many wives. This did not change until they were pressured to do so to achieve statehood.What is the motivation of the leaders of the church? This seems more of how can we soften ourselves so more people will like us and join us effort. A facade of progress.We're accepting but not affirming means come to church, worship with us, and we want you to believe that you are welcome here, but at the end of the day you're going to burn in hell for eternity.Malcolm X said he had more respect for an enemy who let him know where they stand instead of somebody who came in his face pretending to be an angel that wasn't. #womensrights #mormonmissionaries #RainbowMormon #exmormon #ldslgbtq
This week we start Jane Austen's most well known and beloved novel Pride and Prejudice. This week we are covering chapters 1-9, which takes us from an introduction to the Bennets to Jane's illness and stay at Netherfield. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mannersandmadness/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mannersandmadness/support
On this episode: The Hollywood strike gains some new allies, and the final Tarantino movie we will never get... PLUS! Theaters are bracing for Swift impact, and Scorsese educates us all on classic film. http://www.MCFCpodcast.comhttp://www.facebook.com/MCFCpodcasthttp://www.twitter.com/podcastMCFChttp://www.tiktok.com/middleclassfilmclasshttp://www.instagram.com/middleclassfilmclassEmail: MCFCpodcast@gmail.comLeave us a voicemail at (209) 730-6010Merch store - https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/Join the Patreon:www.patreon.con/middleclassfilmclassPatrons:JavierListener Stephen: The Maple Syrup DonJoel ShinnemanLinda McCalisterHeather Sachs https://twitter.com/DorkOfAllDorksRyan CorbinJason forcefivepodcast.comBrendan BealChris GeigerDylanRobert Stewart SWOProductions.comJason linktr.ee/scenethatreviewsAndrew Watches Movies https://andrewwatchesmovies.libsyn.com/DallasJoseph Navarro Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe Streaming Picks:Sea Fever - Shudder, Tubi, Kanopy, PlexKong: Skull Island - Rental onlyGodzilla: King of the Monsters - TNT, TBS, TruTVGodzilla vs Kong - MAXDrive - Rental onlyThe Meg 2: The Trench - Rental onlyHow to Blow up a Pipeline - HuluInfinity Pool - HuluEastern Promises - MaxPride & Prejudice - Netflix Raiders of the Lost Ark - Disney+, Paramount+, Showtime, DirecTVDora and the Lost City of Gold - Rental onlyMid90s - Max, KanopyMidsommar - Showtime, Kanopy
Monica Michelle is joined by activist Cosmo C.Cosmo lives with porphyria, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, and fibromyalgia.In this episode, Monica and Cosmo discuss: PetsLARPingDisability income and surviving on itPrivilege and PrejudiceTIMESTAMPS00:33 - Cats and LARPing12:05 - Adulting on disability income22:01 - Privilege and prejudice31:19 - Deadlines, speech, and steroidsThe full transcript and all links mentioned can be found on the episode page on invisiblenotbroken.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to the 'Bakery Bears Radio Show' Episode 93 Today we tackle a most challenging subject. Dan has never seen the original 1995 TV adaptation of 'Pride & Prejudice'. In this episode Kay tries to sell Dan on the series. Will he agree to watch it? Kay has until the end of the show to get her answer..... Join Kay & Dan as they: Introduce you to the show and talk a little about Robert the Robot! Mention CBeebies and remember some of the wonderful shows that used to be on there Own up to the fact that Dan has never seen the original 1995 adaptation of Jane Austens Pride & Prejudice Discuss the book, the 1995 TV adaptation and the movie Talk about where the TV adaptation got it right and the movie got it wrong Mention some of Kays favourite characters and talk about how wonderful it was reading the book and learning more Discuss the classic scenes from Pride & Prejudice, which were in the book and which weren't? Talk about if Kay will now read Sense & Sensibility We'll see you on the 15th September with the next episode of the show when we all be discussing our first proper gardening adventure. You can find past episodes of the Radio Show here: On Podbean : https://bakerybearsradioshow.podbean.com On Apple Podcasts : https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-bakery-bears-radio-show/id1474815454 Follow the Bakery Bears on Twitter https://twitter.com/bakerybears Follow the Bakery Bears on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bakerybears/
The Spinsters discuss Barbie and Life Size. They also discuss the "best" adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, the logistics of resurrection, and Shakespearean sports team names. Check us out at @clashyspinsters on Twitter and Instagram, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Shout out to @robotjellyfish for our logo and Chris Marino for our jingle!
Episode 105: We talk a lot about diversity in this country, and while many Americans seem to like the idea of having a country that is welcoming, most of us still choose to spend most our time with people who are a lot like ourselves. And this is especially apparent when it comes to class. Hosts Richard Kyte and Scott Rada discuss why far too many people are comfortable in discriminating against people who have fewer economic advantages. Links to stories discussed during the podcast: Where do socioeconomic classes mix? Not church, but Chili's, by Catherine Rampell, The Washington Post Barbara Kingsolver thinks urban liberals have it all wrong on Appalachia, The Ezra Klein Show podcast About the hosts: Scott Rada is social media manager with Lee Enterprises, and Richard Kyte is the director of the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership at Viterbo University in La Crosse, Wis.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Happy Monday! We're back from our little break and today were chatting with Rachel Lippincott!! Co-Author of All This Time, Five Feet Apart (you know the one that made us all sob), She Gets the Girl and author of The Lucky List and soon to be released Pride and Prejudice and Pittsburg (Aug 29th)! We're so excited to have Rachel on the pod to chat all about books and her upcoming release which the gals really enjoyed! So grab some tea, cheetos, and enjoy xx
Licoricia of Winchester was a Jewish woman who was a major financier in medieval England. There were Jewish settlements in England for only a brief window during the Middle Ages, marked with anti-Semitic violence and hostility. Research: Abrams, Rebecca. “Licoricia of Winchester.” Jewish Heritage in Southern England. Jewish Renaissance. Via YouTube. 6/8/2023. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wC6hitEgiEc Abrams, Rebecca. “Licoricia of Winchester: Power and Prejudice in Medieval England.” 2022. Brown, Reva Berman and Sean McCartney. “David of Oxford and Licoricia of Winchester: glimpses into a Jewish family in thirteenth-century England.” Jewish Historical Studies , 2004, Vol. 39 (2004). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/29780068 Butler, Sara M. “Who killed Licoricia of Winchester? A Medieval Murder Mystery.” Legal History Miscellany. 2/10/2023. https://legalhistorymiscellany.com/2023/02/10/who-killed-licoricia-of-winchester-a-medieval-murder-mystery/ Carver, William. “A 13thC Jewish woman: Licoricia of Winchester.” One Big History Department. 9/14/2022. https://onebighistorydepartment.com/2022/09/14/a-13thc-jewish-woman-licoricia-of-winchester/ Cohen, Sarah. “The Oxford Jewry in the Thirteenth Century.” Transactions (Jewish Historical Society of England) , 1932-1935, Vol. 13. Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/29777813 Goldy, Charlotte Newman. “Prosopography and Proximity.” Medieval Prosopography , 2018, Vol. 33. Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/26630013 Licoricia of Winchester Appeal. https://licoricia.org/ Lipman, Vivian D. “Jews and castles in medieval England.” Transactions & Miscellanies (Jewish Historical Society of England) , 1981-1982. https://www.jstor.org/stable/29778916 Lubrich, Naomi. “The Wandering Hat: Iterations of the Medieval Jewish Pointed Cap.” Jewish History , December 2015, Vol. 29, No. 3/4 (December 2015). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/24709777 Meyer, Hannah. "Licoricia of Winchester (d. 1277), financier." Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. July 08, 2021. Oxford University Press. Date of access 16 Aug. 2023. https://doi.org/10.1093/odnb/9780198614128.013.369088 Meyer, Hannah. “Licoricia of Winchester.” Delivered at Winchester Open Days. 9/15/2018. https://licoricia.org/2018/09/18/hannah-meyers-talk-a-great-success/ Rokéaḥ, Zefira Entin. “Crime and Jews in Late Thirteenth-Century England: Some Cases and Comments.” Hebrew Union College Annual , 1984, Vol. 55 (1984). https://www.jstor.org/stable/23507612 Roth, Pinchas. “Jewish Courts in Medieval England.” Jewish History, December 2017, Vol. 31, No. 1/2. Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/48698359 Snappy Dragon Studios. “This Jewish medieval woman just got a statue : Analyzing the Licoricia of Winchester statue's clothes.” https://www.snappydragonstudios.com/blog/licoricia-statue Stacey, Robert C. “Royal Taxation and the Social Structure of Medieval Anglo-Jewry: The Tallages of 1239-1242.” Hebrew Union College Annual, 1985, Vol. 56 (1985). https://www.jstor.org/stable/23507653 Stokes, Canon H.P. “A Jewish Family in Oxford in the 13th Century.” Transactions (Jewish Historical Society of England), Vol. 10 (1921-1923). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/29777709 Tallan, Cheryl and Suzanne Bartlet. “Licoricia of Winchester.” The Shalvi/Hyman Encyclopedia of Jewish Women. https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/article/licoricia-of-winchester Tallan, Cheryl. “Structures of Power Available to Two Jewish Women in Thirteenth-Century England.” Proceedings of the World Congress of Jewish Studies, 1997. https://www.jstor.org/stable/23535849 Uscinski, Kristin. “Who Murdered Licoricia of Winchester?” Footnoting History Podcast. 10/8/2022. https://www.footnotinghistory.com/home/who-murdered-licoricia-of-winchester van Court, Elisa Narin. “Invisible in Oxford: Medieval Jewish History in Modern England.” Shofar , Spring 2008, Vol. 26, No. 3 (Spring 2008). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/42944746 Waterman, Hillary. “Licoricia of Winchester, Jewish Widow and Medieval Financier.” JSTOR Daily. 10/28/2015. https://daily.jstor.org/licoricia-jewish-medieval-women-moneylenders/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bienvenide a este nuestro cuarto episodio de esta emocionante segunda temporada. En este episodio, continuaremos con la segunda parte de la reseña del libro “Los Cuatro Acuerdos”. Hay ciertas actitudes que seguido tomamos respecto a las personas que nos rodean y estas actitudes no nos llevan a nada bueno en nuestras relaciones con los demás. A veces somos rápidos al juzgar y lentos para reflexionar. “Quienes jamás cambian de opinión tienen que estar muy seguros de juzgar correctamente al principio” -Orgullo y Prejuicio, Jane AustenWelcome to this, our fourth episode of this exciting second season. In this third episode, we will continue with the second part of the review of the book "The Four Agreements." There are certain attitudes that we often adopt toward the people around us, and these attitudes do not lead us to anything good in our relationships with others. Sometimes, we are quick to judge and slow to reflect.It is particularly incumbent on those who never change their opinion to be secure in judging properly first -Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen
Tonight, we shall read the next part to “Pride and Prejudice”, written by Jane Austen. In the last episode, soon after Wickham and Lydia leave, Mrs. Bennet hears rumors that Bingley is returning to Netherfield. Mr. Bennet refuses to visit him, however. Not long after, however, Bingley and Darcy visit the Bennets. Mrs. Bennet gives a warm welcome to Bingley and almost none to Darcy. She then goes on to speak glowingly about Lydia's marriage to Wickham, much to Elizabeth's mortification. — read by V — Support us: Listen ad-free on Patreon Get Snoozecast merch like cozy sweatshirts and accessories
In our final episode of the season, Vanessa and Lauren return to some of their central questions about Pride and Prejudice, its popularity and its politics. We'll be back in a few months with our next season, but in the meantime we'll be releasing regular bonus episodes on our Patreon. We'd love to have you join the community supporting our work! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Megan Agnew (news features writer at The Sunday Times) and Pravina Rudra (online editor and writer at the New Statesman) join Flixwatcher to review Megan's choice Bridget Jones's Diary. Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) is a British romantic comedy based on the novel of the same name by Helen Fielding. Directed by Sharon Maguire (Bridget Jones's Baby) with a script by Richard (Four Weddings and a Funeral) Curtis, Andrew (Pride and Prejudice (1995 TV series)) Davies, and Helen Fielding it stars Renée Zellweger as Bridget with Hugh Grant as Daniel Cleaver and Colin Firth as Mark Darcy, Bridget's love interests. It's New Year's Eve 1999, Bridget, 32, works in a publishing office, she is single, concerned with her weight, smoking and drinking and her attraction to her flirty boss Cleaver. At her parents annual New Year party she is introduced to the newly single Darcy, an old childhood friend who is now a handsome successful barrister. Comedy and a love triangle ensues as Bridget attempts to find true love. It is fair to Bridget Jones's represents a particular period in time, the fat shaming and casual sexual assault are very jarring and there is a lot of smoking. However, its legacy has endured due to Zellweger's charming and spirited Bridget and Grant and Firth basically playing themselves. Recommendability reflected this and Bridget Jones's Diary scores a very high 4.38 overall. [supsystic-tables id=326] Episode #313 Crew Links Thanks to the Episode #313 Crew of Megan Agnew (@MeganAgnew) and Pravina Rudra (@Pravina_R) You can find their website here https://t.co/gnfT7Mnb6H And at https://twitter.com/thetimes And at https://www.thetimes.co.uk/profile/megan-agnew?page=1 Please make sure you give them some love More about Bridget Jones's Diary For more info on Bridget Jones's Diary can visit Bridget Jone's Diary IMDB page here or Bridget Jones's Diary Tomatoes page here. Final Plug! Subscribe, Share and Review us on iTunes If you enjoyed this episode of Flixwatcher Podcast you probably know other people who will like it too! Please share it with your friends and family, review us, and join us across ALL of the Social Media links below. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Millions suffer from endometriosis – where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows in other parts of the body – and yet the disease still remains largely a mystery. But that could be about to change. Gabrielle Jackson, associate news editor for audio and visual at Guardian Australia, and the author of Pain and Prejudice, speaks to Jane Lee about why despair is turning to hope in the endometriosis community.
We delve into the wonderful world of Jane Austen reenactments with Robyn Gynne's, The Worst Darcy. Set in a small tourist town named Austen, the local inhabitants spend one month a year celebrating all things Jane A. This year, being the pinnacle of pieces, Pride and Prejudice, newly relocated town librarian and “Keaton's mom,” Vivian, feels that this is her opportunity to make a name for herself in the community by playing Lizzy. Metalhead and all around town ‘bad boy,' Brodie Bishop, is strong-armed into being her Darcy. When opposites attract, will these two deny the chemistry off stage, or will Vivian prove to be truly an “obstinate, headstrong girl” and choose to take a chance? Also discussed: Red, White, and Royal Blue, the corn song (how did Rae not know about it?), and an amazing Jane Austen festival in Bath. Special thanks to all Ohio voters who voted in the August 8 special election! Up Next: Sister of the Bride by Lauren Morrill What We're Reading: Curves for Days - Laura Moher Whisky Business - Elliot Fletcher The Hookup Type - Brittany Wilson What We're Listening To: Citation Needed SHOW INFORMATION: Website: www.chicklitbookclubpodcast.com Merch: https://chicklitbookclubpodcast.threadless.com/ Instagram and Threads: ChickLitBookClubPodcast TikTok: ChickLitBookClub Pinterest: ChickLitBookClubPodcast Youtube: @ChickLitBookClub Email: email@example.com Facebook: Facebook Twitter: @ChickLitPodcast Patreon: Support Us Here --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/chicklitbookclub/support
“Use this framework like a compass to guide specific conversations with specific people to get to a better place.” “Often when we talk about culture, we talk about it in a way that allows culture to be like a superhighway for bias.” Kim Scott is the author of Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity and Just Work: How To Root Out Bias, Prejudice, and Bullying to Create a Kick-Ass Culture of Inclusivity and co-founder of Radical Candor, a company that helps people put the ideas in her books into practice. Kim was a CEO coach at Dropbox, Qualtrics, Twitter and other tech companies. She was a member of the faculty at Apple University and before that led AdSense YouTube, and DoubleClick teams at Google. In addition, Kim's skills as a CEO Coach have earned her a spot on the Coach Foundation, one of the biggest names in the coaching industry. She's also managed a pediatric clinic in Kosovo and started a diamond-cutting factory in Moscow. She lives with her family in Silicon Valley. R.O.G. Takeaway Tips: Speak in the first person. Use “I” statements vs. “you” statements. Think about who you will give feedback to. What will your opening question be to solicit feedback from them? Focus on the positives and give thoughtful praise and recognition. Prepare to give praise. Be radically respectful. Clarify the differences between bias, prejudice and bullying. Resources: Kim Scott Book: Just Work Book: Radical Candor Crazy Good Turns, June 2, 2023 | Season 8/Episode 6 Kim Scott, Ruinous Empathy: The Problem With Caring Too Much A Radical Candor Story | Kim Scott - Kim Scott tells the origin story of Radical Candor, when a stranger on the street showed he cared personally while challenging Kim directly. CULTURE goodr Podcast - In this episode of CULTURE goodr, Kim talks about her bestselling book Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity What is Radical Candor? | Kim Scott - Kim Scott breaks down the Radical Candor Framework in 6 minutes on the official Radical Candor YouTube channel. Where to find R.O.G. Podcast: R.O.G on YouTube R.O.G on Apple Podcasts R.O.G on Spotify How diverse is your network? N.D.I. Network Diversity Index What is your Generosity Style? Generosity Quiz Credits: Kim Scott, Sheep Jam Productions, Host Shannon Cassidy, Bridge Between, Inc. Coming Next: Please join us next week, Episode 143, with Harry Potter.
Join me and Rachel from Barely Bookish podcast to discuss a YA murder mystery retelling of Pride and Prejudice! Synopsis:When a scandalous murder shocks London high society, seventeen-year-old aspiring lawyer Lizzie Bennet seizes the opportunity to prove herself, despite the interference of Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, the stern young heir to the prestigious firm Pemberley Associates.Convinced the authorities have imprisoned the wrong person, Lizzie vows to solve the murder on her own. But as the case—and her feelings for Darcy—become more complicated, Lizzie discovers that her dream job could make her happy, but it might also get her killed.Three of Jane Austen's classic novels receive a murder mystery makeover in this romantic and thrilling three-book series.This podcast is hosted and produced by Bethanie Finger with special guest @barelybookish and featuring the novel by @tirzah.price Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
While August slips away like a bottle of wine, Mirandia and Bianca revisit their school days with some required readings. The girls also discuss the latest booktok controversy and the concept of "genre hopping" while reading. Here are the books mentioned in this episode: Icebreaker by Hannah Grace The Shining by Stephen King The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen The Giver by Lois Lowry Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger Animal Farm by George Orwell Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson How to Sell a Haunted House by Grady Hendrix Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin The House Across the Lake by Riley Sager In the Lives of Puppets by T.J. Klune The House in the Cerulean Sea by T.J. Klune Divine Rivals by Rebecca Ross Sometimes I lie by Alice Feeney The Wishing Game by Meg Shaffer Wahala by Nikki May The Poppy War by P.F.Kuang Red Rising by Pierce Brown Fourth of July Forgery Tanya Kappes The Art of Falling in Love With Your Enemy by Anne Kemp
I wasn't sure if I'd publish this as a podcast episode considering I'm exploring the new territory of just collecting information from health care providers that can support my mission to help people navigate the stigma that comes with not only a herpes, but any STI diagnosis. As I learn more, I learn more. While I filter and curate this information from them to you, maybe you'll have my same experience and growth while I'm learning out loud here through these conversations. So I decided to get their consent to share these recordings that aren't quite podcast episodes, but conversations with providers on their challenges and perspectives as they treat patients. Dr. Lourdes here is the first interview in that series. I look forward to sharing with you here. Lourdes Mantecón-Garza obtained her medical degree in 1982, at the medical school of the Autonomous University of Nuevo León, in Monterrey, Mexico. She continued with specialty studies in Internal Medicine at the SSA Metropolitan Hospital in the same city in 1988. She completed a master's degree in business administration at the University of Texas (MBA, UT-PanAmerican) in 2005. She continue with studies on human sexuality at the Institute for Advanced Studies of Human Sexuality (IASHS) and at the Buehler Institute, both in California USA. Dr. Mantecón is a certified clinical sexologist by the American College of Sexologists International and is also a certified sexuality counselor by the American Association of Sexuality, Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) also in the US. Dr. Mantecón -Garza has fellow studies in women's sexuality by the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health (ISSWSH). She is a visiting professor for human sexuality readings at different educational institutions in Mexico (UANL) and the United States (UTRGV school of medicine and family residency). She has presented research papers at national congresses in Mexico and the United States and world ISSM (International Society for Sexual Medicine) 2018, WAS (World Association for Sexual health) 2019 and ISSSWSH 2020. In addition to her practice, Dr. Mantecón Garza decided to write reference books that could be available to the population without the difficulty of medical technicalities. His first work, “The diet and the diabetic”, was published by Editorial Trillas in 1996, the second is “Healthy Sexuality” in the process of printing with the same publisher. She is dedicated to work as sexuality counselor at her office in McAllen Texas, she also offers services through telemedicine in English and Spanish.
Tonight's sleep story is the continuation of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. In this episode, Darcy makes an effort to not engage with Elizabeth. She and Jane return home and Mr Collins arrives... Interested in more sleepy content or just want to support the show? Join Just Sleep Premium here: https://justsleeppodcast.com/supportSweet Dreams... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It is common for organizations to say they want to remove all bias from their workplace or to become a completely unbiased organization. Unfortunately, that isn't possible because our brains run on bias in order to make decisions. Instead of trying to eliminate bias, it is best to understand and work with it. When we know what tendencies the brain will try to use and when/where they come into play, there is an opportunity to reframe and turn those biases into an engine for moving forward. This episode from Melina Palmer is an introduction to the many biases we have toward others who are not like us, including groups, to start you thinking about and understanding which biases exist and figuring out how to start navigating them in your life and organization. In this episode: Hear a little bit about a lot of biases we humans have toward others. This includes both how we look at groups and how we perform inside them. Understand how those biases impact you and those in your life and work. Get some tips for starting to think about how to navigate these biases (since they can't be eliminated). Reframe your brain from “removing” bias, to leveraging and working with it. Show Notes: 00:00:00 - Introduction, In this episode, Melina Palmer introduces the topic of biases toward others, including groups. She mentions that this episode is a refresh of a previous episode and hints at an upcoming interview with Dr. Tessa West on dealing with difficult people at work. 00:03:16 - Groupthink, Groupthink occurs when people in a group make irrational decisions to maintain harmony or avoid conflict. This can lead to poor decision-making and a lack of critical evaluation of different options or viewpoints. Melina shares an example of Amazon's approach to combating groupthink by implementing a silent start to meetings. 00:06:29 - Shared Information Bias, Shared information bias occurs when a group spends more time discussing topics that all members are familiar with, neglecting unshared information. This can hinder progress and prevent important topics from being addressed. Melina suggests encouraging group members to discuss difficult topics and avoid rehashing the same information. 00:07:36 - Bandwagon Effect, The bandwagon effect refers to the tendency to do or say things just because everyone else is doing or saying them. This bias influences decisions such as following people on social media, listening to podcasts with positive reviews, or choosing restaurants with high ratings. Melina emphasizes the importance of building a social presence and gaining followers, even though the number of followers does not necessarily indicate quality. 00:09:48 - Cheerleader Effect, The cheerleader effect is the tendency to think that a group looks more “attractive” (including its ideas) when there is a group than those individuals might appear on their own. This can also impact how someone feels about challenging or approaching a group instead of individuals. 00:16:18 - Stereotypes and Implicit Association, Melina discusses how stereotypes and implicit association play a role in our thinking and decision-making process, particularly in relation to gender and job titles. She shares about some research being done at Texas A&M University in the Human Behavior Laboratory. 00:18:00 - Cognitive Bias and Prejudice, Explores how cognitive bias and association can lead to prejudices, even when we are not consciously aware of them, and the potential impact this can have in various situations, including in HR scenarios. 00:20:07 - Fundamental Attribution Error, Explores the concept of the fundamental attribution error, where we tend to attribute others' behavior to their personality while attributing our own behavior to external factors, and the importance of considering different perspectives and giving the benefit of the doubt. 00:21:51 - Group Attribution Error, This is where we tend to generalize the characteristics of one person to the entire group and assume that a group's decision reflects the preferences of everyone in the group, highlighting the need to challenge these biases and consider individual differences. 00:23:10 - Halo Effect, This is where one positive or negative quality of a person influences our perception of their other qualities, and the importance of avoiding generalizations and considering individuals as multidimensional beings. 00:33:15 - Biases in Interacting with Robots, Due to form function attribution bias, people make systematic errors when interacting with robots, possibly due to intimidation or assuming robots think quicker. Biases and assumptions don't reflect the function of the robot. Be aware of biases towards robots, animals, and others. 00:34:08 - Identifying Biases, Spot biases in your life by identifying where you anthropomorphize or unfairly judge others. Consider if these biases are right or serving you, and who you may be inadvertently holding back or should give the benefit of the doubt. 00:36:24 - Avoiding Jerk Breeding Environments, In Friday's upcoming episode, Tessa West will discuss her book Jerks at Work, providing insights into different types of toxic coworkers and how to work better with them. She will also give tips for entrepreneurs to avoid creating a jerk breeding environment and talk about the role of incentives. 00:37:56 - Conclusion, Melina's top insights from the conversation. What stuck with you while listening to the episode? What are you going to try? Come share it with Melina on social media -- you'll find her as @thebrainybiz everywhere and as Melina Palmer on LinkedIn. 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Get the Books Mentioned on (or related to) this Episode: Jerks at Work, by Tessa West Getting Along, by Amy Gallo Both/And Thinking, by Wendy Smith and Marianne Lewis Drive, by Dan Pink A More Just Future, by Dolly Chugh Top Recommended Next Episode: Fundamental Attribution Error (ep 268) Already Heard That One? 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For our final adaptation conversation of this season, we're talking to critic and writer Bedatri Choudhury about the film Bride and Prejudice. We explore how the class and gender dynamics of Georgian England transpose into 21st century India and discuss this question: is this a true Bollywood film? Next episode, Vanessa and Lauren are back together to wrap-up the season. ---Don't spend your daughter's dowry, but if you can spare $2/month, we'd love to have your support on Patreon! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to the 'Bakery Bears Radio Show' Episode 92 We are always delighted to feature listener suggestions in our Radio Show. A few weeks ago we were asked by a listener to talk about pride, specifically do we feel that it might be lacking in the world currently. After deliberating on the subject for a number of weeks, in todays episode we talk about this fascinating subject. Join Kay & Dan as they: Talk about Dans musical theatre history Test run Dans new raincoat Discuss handbags and what ladies keep in them Talk about watches and why people don't tend to wear them anymore Discuss pride in ourselves and analyse if we think people have lost it Consider how people felt about themselves and how areas looked 50 years ago, compared to today Talk through what factors might have led us to a point where so many people seem to not have pride in themself Discuss the rise in community spirit and the positive effects of being healthy during the COVID pandemic We'll see you on the 1st September with the next episode of the show when we all be discussing 'Pride & Prejudice'. You can find past episodes of the Radio Show here: On Podbean : https://bakerybearsradioshow.podbean.com On Apple Podcasts : https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-bakery-bears-radio-show/id1474815454 Follow the Bakery Bears on Twitter https://twitter.com/bakerybears Follow the Bakery Bears on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bakerybears/
On this episode of the EBB podcast, we interview Hakima Payne, founder and executive director of Uzazi Village, about her creation of the Village Circle, an innovative Afrocentric model of prenatal and postpartum care. Hakima Payne, holds a bachelor's in nursing and a master's in nursing education. She is the founder of Uzazi Village, a nonprofit working to eliminate maternal health disparities in African American communities, as well as the founder of The Village Doula Program, which is a community-based home visiting community health worker program for pregnant families. She also created Chocolate Milk Cafe, a breastfeeding support group for Black families, the Village Circle, which is an Afrocentric group prenatal care model, and a curriculum called Culturally Congruent Care, which is an anti-racist medical education curriculum. Hakima sits on her local Fetal Infant Mortality Review board to address Black infant mortality and has been appointed by her city's mayor to serve as a health commissioner. Mama Hakima is a certified trainer for community health workers and she speaks nationally on the topics of Black maternal and infant health. Ms. Payne works relentlessly to make birth safer, the village healthier, and to promote anti-racist models of care for African American families. She is the subject of a documentary that just came out called Sister Doula, and she's going to be featured in a second upcoming documentary called Pregnancy and Prejudice. Hakima talks with us about her work in improving maternal health in Kansas City. Not only is Hakima bringing an innovative model of care to her community, that includes access to community-based, Afrocentric prenatal care, doulas, herbalists, a chef and more, she is proving that it works. Through partnerships with a team of epidemiologists and a local university, Hakima is able to measure and quantify their client experience and demonstrate how Uzazi Village improves birth and postpartum outcomes. Hakima discusses the unique aspects of the Village Circle model and why each piece is important to the care of the community. Resources: Learn more about Uzazi Village here (uzazivillage.org) Follow Uzazi Village on Instagram and Facebook. Follow Hakima on Instagram @hakima_the_dreama Find a screening for the Sister Doula documentary here: sisterdoulafilm.com Watch the trailer for Pregnancy and Prejudice here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cc43eQZX468 Listen to EBB Episodes: EBB 274 - Honoring the Mothers of Gynecology with Michelle Browder EBB 260 - Midwifery, Community Birth Work, and Plant Medicine in Louisana with Ms. Divine Bailey-Nicholas EBB 229 - Evidence on Doulas: Community-Based Models, the Pandemic, and Reimbursement with the Research Team Ready to get involved? Check out our Professional membership (including scholarship options) here Find an EBB Instructor here Click here to learn more about the Evidence Based Birth® Childbirth Class. Sign up for the EBB Newsletter here. Check out the Birth Justice page here. For more information and news about Evidence Based Birth®, visit www.ebbirth.com.
This week on The Literary Life podcast we have a fun “Best of” Series episode for you from our collection of “In Search of the Austen Adaptation” podcasts! On this episode our hosts Angelina, Cindy and Thomas are joined by Atlee Northmore, and together they are debating which film version of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice is the best. Atlee shares some of the history of the Pride and Prejudice adaptations that were made for TV and film. Angelina highlights different ideas of what makes a good film adaptation of a book. Cindy brings up the importance of the casting, and Angelina talks about why she still feels like no film has gotten Mr. Darcy right. She also talks about the difficulty of embodying the virtues that Jane Austen gives her characters. Our hosts critique each major movies from over the decades, sharing what they like and dislike about each one. Click here to download the PDF Atlee created for all the Pride and Prejudice film adaptations. Commonplace Quotes: If we cannot get the better of life, at any rate, we can be so free as to laugh at it. Desmond MacCarthy Jane Austen is thus a mistress of much deeper emotion than appears upon the surface. She stimulates us to supply what is not there. What she offers is, apparently a trifle, yet is composed of something that expands in the reader's mind and endows with the most enduring form of life scenes which are outwardly trivial. Virginia Woolf The most extraordinary thing in the world is an ordinary man and an ordinary woman and their ordinary children. G. K. Chesterton Never judge a book by its movie. Anonymous False Though She Be by William Congreve FALSE though she be to me and love, I'll ne'er pursue revenge; For still the charmer I approve, Though I deplore her change. In hours of bliss we oft have met: They could not always last; And though the present I regret, I'm grateful for the past. Book List: The Common Reader by Virginia Woolf Support The Literary Life: Become a patron of The Literary Life podcast as part of the “Friends and Fellows Community” on Patreon, and get some amazing bonus content! Thanks for your support! Connect with Us: You can find Angelina and Thomas at HouseofHumaneLetters.com, on Instagram @angelinastanford, and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ANGStanford/ Find Cindy at morningtimeformoms.com, on Instagram @cindyordoamoris and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/cindyrollins.net/. Check out Cindy's own Patreon page also! Follow The Literary Life on Instagram, and jump into our private Facebook group, The Literary Life Discussion Group, and let's get the book talk going! http://bit.ly/literarylifeFB