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Shifting Our Schools - Education : Technology : Leadership
238: The Skills of Journalist Today and Interactive Journalism

Shifting Our Schools - Education : Technology : Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 35:11


Sponsors:  Quizalize.com  Save 80% on a yearly premium subscription when you use the code SHIFTINGSCHOOLS at checkout.  Join Jeff at the NCCE23 conference happening in Tacoma, WA. Stop by and say high or be on an episode of Shifting Schools as we record live from the conference on March 23rd, 2023 Today's Guess: Aaron Reiss Aaron Reiss is a freelance researcher, journalist, and cartographer based in New York City. He publishes work in places like The New Yorker, The New York Times, This American Life, The Atlantic, NPR, The Pulitzer Center, and more. Aaron's Twitter Getting Started with Podcasting Learning Series Google Earth adn Google MyMaps Professional Learning Pathways

Beyond Trauma
15 | Facing Grief | Michelle C. Johnson

Beyond Trauma

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 64:08


In this episode with Michelle Casandra Johnson, we cover the importance of the grieving process and having practices that support it. We discuss how our practices have shifted since Covid-19 and the things we hope will not go back. Michelle talks about working with our ancestors and learning from their traumas and resistance as well as her special connection to her honey bees. Michelle wrote the foreward for my forthcoming book, The Essential Guide to Trauma Sensitive Yoga out with Shambhala Publications in May 2023. It was wonderful to connect with her here. Michelle C. Johnson is an author, yoga teacher, social justice activist, intuitive healer, and Dismantling Racism trainer. She approaches her life and work from a place of empowerment, embodiment, and integration. As a dismantling racism trainer, she has worked with large corporations, non-profits, and community groups, including the ACLU-WA, Duke University, Google, This American Life, Auburn Seminary, Kripalu, Mercedes, Spotify, Lululemon, and many others. Michelle published Skill in Action: Radicalizing Your Yoga Practice to Create a Just World in 2017; the second edition of Skill in Action, published by Shambhala Publication, comes out November 2nd, 2021. She teaches workshops in yoga studios and community spaces nationwide. Michelle's latest book, Finding Refuge: Heart Work for Healing Collective Grief, published by Shambhala Publications, came out in July 2021. Her upcoming book, We Heal Together: Rituals and Practices for Building Community and Connection, published my Shambhala Publications, is available for pre-order now and comes out in April 2023. Whether in an anti-oppression training, yoga space, individual or group intuitive healing session, the heart, healing, and wholeness are at the center of how Michelle approaches all of her work in the world. Michelle's Website & Instagram ----------------------------------------- Your support is deeply appreciated! Find me, Lara, on my Website / Instagram You can support this podcast with any level of donation here. Opening and Closing music: Other People's Photographs courtesy of Daniel Zaitchik. Follow Daniel on Spotify.

Femme Noir
"here lies Anne, who suffered tremendous loss but handled it quite impressively" - Persuasion (2021) dir. Carrie Cracknell

Femme Noir

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 104:22


Its that time of year to be depressed along with our favorite Jane Austen protagonists! We talk about the movie Persuasion (2021) on Netflix, the differences between adaptations, "based on", and "inspired by", when it comes to movies and their relation to retold stories, and the idea of "colorblind" casting! Don't forget to leave us a review and subscribe :) support us on patreon!http://patreon.com/femmenoirpodcast connect with us! insta/tiktok: @femmenoirpodcast email: femmenoirsv@gmail.com links to things we mentioned in this episode: The Shipment play by Young Jean Lee: https://vimeo.com/165430199 Lindy West gets an apology from her internet troll on This American Life: https://www.thisamericanlife.org/545/if-you-dont-have-anything-nice-to-say-say-it-in-all-caps/act-one-0 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Physician's Guide to Doctoring
Optimize Your Voice for Every Setting with Carin Gilfry

Physician's Guide to Doctoring

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 38:35


Carin Gilfry is an experienced voice actor who voiced thousands of commercials, instructional videos, IVR systems, eLearning programs, documentaries, and video games, and narrated and produced over 100 audiobooks. She works primarily from her professional home studio in Southern California (www.GilfryStudios.com). Her past and current clients include FedEx, Volkswagen, Citibank, Duncan Hines, Aspercreme, Quaker, Clairol, CVS, Zulily.com, Neutrogena, Benjamin Moore, GrubHub, Jakks Pacific Toys, Little Tikes, Play Doh, Denny's, Shutterfly, Audible.com, Quell, and many more. Given her expertise in using her voice, we discussed how to make sure we are using our voices optimally when we are with our patients in the exam room, giving a talk, practicing telemedicine and how to optimize our acoustics. We talk about how her need to optimize acoustics landed her on This American Life, sharing a stage with comedian Mike Birbiglia, Anthony Ramos of In the Heights and Hamilton and Shasheer Zamata of SNL. Carin Gilfry began her career as a singer. She studied at the USC Thornton School of Music and The Juilliard School. She sings in every style including classical, pop, rock, folk, children's music, Broadway, and jazz. She also sang at my wedding and was the first producer of this podcast.

Schwarze Akte - True Crime
#125 Der verlorene Sohn - Die unglaubliche Geschichte des Bobby Dunbar

Schwarze Akte - True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 49:44


Der junge Bobby Dunbar verschwindet bei einem Familienurlaub. Aber diese traurige Geschichte hat ein Happy End: Bobby wird wiedergefunden und seine überglücklichen Eltern können ihn wieder in die Arme schließen. Kein Wunder, dass sich diese Story zur Familienlegende entwickelt und auch Jahrzehnte später noch erzählt wird. Doch fast 90 Jahre später fällt Bobbys Enkelin ein Notizbuch in die Hände und ihr kommen erste Zweifel. Hatte die Geschichte wirklich ein Happy End? ***Werbung*** Die Links und Infos zu unseren Werbepartnern findet ihr unter https://linktr.ee/schwarzeakte ***Schwarze Akte - Das Buch*** Am 15. November erscheint das Buch zur Schwarzen Akte. Hier könnt ihr es vorbestellen: www.schwarzeakte.de/buch ***Mord am Wochenende*** Die neuen Folgen der Schwarzen Akte könnt ihr auch ohne Werbung und schon am Samstag für 2,99€ / Monat hören! Weitere Infos hört ihr hier: https://bit.ly/akte-werbefrei ***Fallvorschläge*** Du hast von einem mysteriösen Fall gehört, den wir uns mal genauer anschauen sollten? Gerne immer her damit! Damit wir keinen Fall übersehen, schick uns deinen Vorschlag am besten über unser Formular. Das findest du unter www.bit.ly/akte-vorschlag Danke für deine Unterstützung! ***Links zum Fall*** Artikel mit Fotos von Bobby Dunbars Heimkehr: https://bit.ly/akte125-fotos *** Foto von Bobby Dunbar (links) und Foto des wiedergefundenen Jungen (rechts): https://bit.ly/akte125-jungs *** Bruce Anderson mit seiner Mutter: https://bit.ly/akte125-bruce *** „A Case for Solomon“ - Das Buch von Margaret Dunbar Cutright: https://bit.ly/akte125-buch *** Die Episode „The Ghost of Bobby Dunbar” bei „This American Life”: https://bit.ly/akte125-americanlife *** Artikel, laut dem der Junge Lessie Dunbar angeblich als Mutter erkannt hat: https://bit.ly/akte125-lessie *** Artikel über Julia Anderson, die Bruce nicht erkennt: https://bit.ly/akte125-julia1 https://bit.ly/akte125-julia2 *** Artikel über die DNA-Ergebnis von 2004: https://bit.ly/akte125-dna ***Wir übernehmen keine Haftung für die Inhalte externer Links*** Herzlich willkommen bei der Schwarzen Akte - dem Mystery True Crime Podcast. Es sind Details, die ein gewöhnliches Verbrechen von einem unglaublichen Mysterium unterscheiden. Wir stellen euch hier Fälle vor, bei denen sich eure Nackenhaare sträuben und von denen ihr bislang steif und fest behauptet hättet, dass so etwas nie im Leben passieren kann. Jeden Dienstag veröffentlichen wir eine neue Folge mit außergewöhnlichen Kriminalfällen und überlegen, ob auch an der merkwürdigsten Spekulation doch ein Fünkchen Wahrheit zu erkennen ist. Schreibt uns gern eure Theorien an schwarzeakte@julep.de, auf Instagram an @schwarzeakte, auf Facebook an @SchwarzeAktePodcast oder auf YouTube an @SchwarzeAkteTrueCrimePodcast Hosts: Anne Luckmann & Christopher Bücklein Redaktion: Johanna Müssiger Produktion: Falko Schulte Eine Produktion der Julep Studios ***SPOILER*** In diesem Fall wurde ein Urteil gesprochen. Wichtige Details des Falls sind dennoch ungeklärt.

Homeschool Unrefined
199: Let's Hear It For Quirky Kids

Homeschool Unrefined

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 29:03


Join us as we talk all about quirky kids - what they are, what's great about them and how we can encourage them. Fall 2022 Season Sponsors   We are so grateful to our Fall 2022 Season Sponsors. Use the links below for their special offerings:   Blossom & Root and use code HSUnrefined15 for 15% off your purchase   Outschool and use code Unrefined for $20 off your first class    Night Zookeeper for a 7-day, risk-free trial, as well as 50% off an annual subscription  LTWs    Maren: This American Life Episode #783: Kids These Days   Angela: I'm Glad My Mom Died by Jeanette McCurdy   Connect with us!  Visit our website  Sign up for our newsletter and get our Top 100 Inclusive Book List We are listener supported! Support us on Patreon Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and see video episodes now on Youtube Angela on Instagram: @unrefinedangela | Maren on Instagram: @unrefinedmaren and @alwayslearningwithmaren  Email us any questions or feedback at homeschoolunrefined@gmail.com   Complete Episode Transcript   [00:00:10] Maren: hi, we're Maren and Angela of homeschool, unrefined. Over the past 25 years, we've been friends, teachers, homeschool parents and podcasters. Together with our master's degree and 20 years combined homeschooling. We are here to rethink homeschooling, learning, and education with an inclusive and authentic lens. [00:00:31] Angela: At Homeschool, Unrefined, we prioritize things like giving yourselves credit, building strong connections, respectful parenting, interest led playing and learning, learning differences, mental health, self care, and listening to and elevating lgbtq plus and bipo voices.  [00:00:50] Maren: We are here to encourage and support you whether you are a new homeschooler, a veteran, you love curriculum, you're an unschooler. Whether all your kids are at [00:01:00] home, or all your kids are in school, or somewhere in between. [00:01:03] Wherever you are on your journey, we're the voice in your head telling you, you're doing great, and so are  [00:01:09] Angela: your. This is episode 1 99, Quirky Kids. We're gonna talk all about quirky kids and why that's a good thing and how to foster it, and then we are gonna end like we always do with our l t Ws Loving this week.  [00:01:24] Maren: All right everyone. We wanted to give a big announcement. We have unlocked our Patreon class series, what we don't do, and we're so, so excited about it. So this is just for our Patreon Super Squad members. We do monthly live classes, and our new class series is called What We Don't Do The first class is sitting on for long for lessons and we just finished that class and it was really wonderful you, if you join our Patreon Super Squad today. [00:01:52] You're going to get that class immediately. It's available. It was live, and you'll get it immediately. And then you'll continue to get [00:02:00] li one live class per month. And the recording of that class?  [00:02:04] Angela: Yes. And the next class after that is about winter break. Mm-hmm. between  [00:02:10] Maren: everybody will be thinking of probably in December. Important? Yes, definitely.  [00:02:14] If you've listened to our  [00:02:15] Angela: podcast, you know, we are passionate about outsourcing. [00:02:18] In Homeschool Out school has been one of our favorite ways to outsource. We know that kids who love to learn don't just prepare for the future. They create it. That's why Out School has reimagined online learning to empower kids and teens to expand their creativity, wonder and knowledge. Empathetic, passionate teachers encourage learners ages three to 18 to explore their interests, connect with diverse peers from around the world, and take an active. [00:02:43] In leading their Learning Out school has created a world filled with endless possibilities for every schooling journey. Explore over 140,000 fun and flexible live online classes to find the right fit for your family, and join us as we set learning free. Sign up today at [00:03:00] Out Schooler dome slash homeschool unrefined, and get up to $20 off your first class when you enroll with a code unrefined. [00:03:09] Maren: Angela and I both love creative ways to teach reading and writing, and that's why we're excited to introduce you to Night Zookeeper. Is your child a reluctant writer? Do they struggle with reading? If your answer to either of these questions is yes, the Night Zookeeper may be just what you're looking for. [00:03:27] Night Zookeeper is an online learning program for children, ages six to 12 that uses a gamified and creative approach. To keep kids engaged and focused on developing awesome reading and writing skills, all while having fun at the same time. Some of the features we love include the educational games, the personalized feedback on writing from real tutors, and the super safe community page where children can work with each other and learn together. [00:03:58] If Night Zookeeper sounds like the [00:04:00] perfect learning PR program for your child, you can try it for free by clicking on the link in the show. When you register, you'll get a seven day risk free trial as well as a huge 50% off annual subscription. That's a great deal if you ask me.  [00:04:17] Angela: If you've been around a while, you know we are picky about curriculum and that's why we are excited to partner with Blossom and Rut. [00:04:24] Blossom and Rut is a nature focused secular homeschool curriculum focusing on creativity, science, nature, literature, and the arts. Blossom and Rut has been gently encouraging and supporting homeschool families around the globe since 2016. Blossom. And Rhett currently offers curricula for pre-K through fifth grade with new levels being added in the. [00:04:46] Additionally, a three volume inclusive US history curriculum told from a variety of viewpoints is currently in development as of August, 2022. Volume one is available for purchase and volume two is available on presale All [00:05:00] profits from this history curriculum. A River of Voices will be used to support storytellers and artists from historically excluded communities. [00:05:07] You can find samples with scope and sequences and information about each of their levels online at Blossom and Rhett dot. You can also find them on Instagram at Blossom and Ru Blossom and Writ has created a special discount for our listeners. Use the code Hs. Unrefined 15 at checkout for 15% off your purchase. [00:05:29] Maren: All right, Angela, let's dive into our main topic today, which is quirky kids.  [00:05:34] Angela: Yeah. I'm excited to talk  [00:05:35] Maren: about this. Very excited because I think, I think you and I agree, having quirky kids is one of the greatest. Things that could, I think, that could come out of homeschool.  [00:05:46] Angela: What do you think? Yeah. Yes, for  [00:05:48] Maren: sure. [00:05:48] We love having quirky kids. I think they're a gift to the world. And it feels, it feels like, you know, you are really getting authenticity for [00:06:00] sure when you, when you see the corino come out of kids. People in general,  [00:06:05] Angela: for sure. Right. Yeah. Let's talk about what quirky kids are, because I feel like this is a word that maybe gets thrown out a lot and people have different definitions. [00:06:12] Right. But what we're talking about when we talk about quirky kids is kids who follow their interests Mm mm-hmm. and are confident in what they love.  [00:06:21] Maren: Yeah. And they're really just, like you said, a confident and really just okay. Being themselves, like happy to be who they are. Mm-hmm. Accepting and accepting of other people too. [00:06:33] I think it, it just kind of goes along with that as well.  [00:06:36] Angela: For sure. For sure. Mm-hmm. . Yeah. And they're not much paying attention to, you know, the out necessarily what other people are saying. They've got the they've got the freedom to follow their interests because they're homeschooling and they've got the freedom to just be gen, just be genuine and authentically who they are. [00:06:57] Right? And I just think that is a real gift that [00:07:00] comes outta homeschooling. I mean, Obviously there are quirky cut kids who go to traditional school as well. Right. And I think that's great too. But I think in homeschool your, your quirkiness can really shine . I think it's safe in a way that it can't Yes. [00:07:15] In  [00:07:16] Maren: public school. Yes. Yeah. It's safe at home. I mean, it's safe to do it. I think there is a little bit, it feels a little bit unsafe when you're around people who maybe aren't as accept.  [00:07:27] Angela: Right. All those, or you're afraid might judge you for your union  [00:07:31] Maren: interest. Exactly. Exactly. Yes. And yeah, so we love that our kids show  [00:07:37] Angela: their quirky side. [00:07:38] Maren: And it could be maybe they're like super interested in something that they, and  [00:07:43] Angela: they're, they show it up to everyone or or they  [00:07:46] Maren: just get into it or they just get into it. And I think it's just like an unapologetic love for whatever. Yeah. I think that's so great. And this can en encompass, I think, neuro divergent and neurotypical kids. [00:07:56] I think sometimes it, there's this label that it's a, [00:08:00] you know, maybe this, there's neuro divergence and I don't think that's always the case. I think a lot of times it's not. Yeah.  [00:08:06] Angela: It can be, it, it is. I mean, I think a lot of neuro divergent kids are quirky for sure. But then so are a lot of neurotypical kids. [00:08:13] Absolutely.  [00:08:14] Maren: Absolutely. Yeah. So we're talking about all  [00:08:17] Angela: kids for sure. So why do you think Marron, that it's good? Mm-hmm. to have quirky kids, especially when they're  [00:08:26] Maren: younger. Okay. Let's start with when they're younger because I , I think kids. Into the habit when they're younger, they get into the habit of being themselves. [00:08:35] Yes. It normalizes being unique. Mm-hmm. It celebrates being unique. Mm-hmm. . Being different and having different interests than your friends is the norm. It's just what? It's, it's life. . Mm-hmm. . Mm-hmm. . And I think once you get into that habit, and that's your reality when you're a kid mm-hmm. then growing up, it [00:09:00] feels a little, it feels a little  [00:09:02] Angela: off if it's  [00:09:03] Maren: not like that. [00:09:04] And so I like that our kids grow up expecting that everybody's gonna be d. And you need, And I think it creates an acceptance of a variety, not just quirkiness, but I mean any kind of Yeah. Difference diversity. Mm-hmm. of any sort. Like there is just like this understanding that we are all different mm-hmm. [00:09:26] and we appreciate  [00:09:28] Angela: differences. Yes. And I really like that. I love that too. I think I think it's joyful to see kids when they are young. Being an old, but we're talking about young kids. Yeah. Being into what they're really into. I mean, it is, I don't know. I mean, I know that I've seen my own kids and other kids. [00:09:47] Mm-hmm. excitedly. Tell me about the thing that they're into or excitedly tell whoever is willing to listen about the thing that they're into and that is So special at a young age and something that sometimes [00:10:00] gets squashed as kids get older. But you're right, if we can normalize it and expect it, Yeah. [00:10:07] Then if they aren't doing that, maybe it will feel off to them.  [00:10:11] Maren: I also, I also think, yes, like you said, it's, it's brings this joy, it spreads this joy, and that is like this love. Learning. I would, I would call it learning. Mm-hmm. , it's living, you know? Yeah, yeah. And it's contagious, I think. I think it's contagious. [00:10:29] So when, when kids are cookie, they're just really in their zone or whatever, and they're spreading this joy, it's just that is priceless. And I don't know. Just having that experience is, is, is so powerful. It's so powerful. It's so good for us. It's good for us as adults to be influenced  [00:10:46] Angela: by that . Oh yes, for sure. [00:10:49] Because that is Well, I'll just speak for myself. Mm-hmm. , I mean, that has been, you know, what's the word? Like Kind of drummed out of me as I [00:11:00] as I age. Right. Okay. Yeah. , Go ahead. I mean, so like, I mean, at least when I was a kid mm-hmm. , there were a few categories of things that were acceptable to be interested in or that were presented as possible interest, you know? [00:11:14] Right. Not that it was even acceptable or not, but that just like I knew about things I knew about that you could be interested in mm-hmm. . And so I don't know that I've really developed my quirkiness Yeah. Yeah. Until I've gotten older. Yep. Really. And like been okay. It's been okay with whatever it is. [00:11:32] Yep. And so true calling things weird or different or guilty pleasures or whatever, I don't know, but just like accepting of who, what things you're really into. Well,  [00:11:44] Maren: I think there is a point too, even now, like we, we know this, we know being, you know, having this quirkiness is so good and you, and we love the uniqueness, but I think what even today, like there is a. [00:11:57] Quirkiness when kids are little. Mm-hmm. . Mm-hmm. . [00:12:00] And then at some point we  [00:12:02] Angela: start to  [00:12:04] Maren: not get excited about their quirkiness. Now we need to like, let's be done with all it in whatever, reign it in. And now you have to like kind of get in line a little bit. So why do you think it's, why, why is it good for older kids to also have  [00:12:20] Angela: this quirkiness? [00:12:21] Well, okay, I'm, I think because then they are, First of all, being themselves. I mean, that is so important that everybody feels comfort, comfortable being themselves, right? Yes. Liking what you like, liking, knowing what you're interested in. Mm-hmm. , I think just knowing the things that are exciting to you. [00:12:40] Mm-hmm. knowing that when you're older, like let's say a teen I think is priceless. I think that's priceless. Because otherwise, You know, I just think it makes you more confident. I think it makes you know more about, and I hate to always make this the end goal, but like, what you [00:13:00] wanna do in the future. [00:13:00] Mm-hmm. . And that's not the end goal, but you know, like yeah. What kind of job might be interesting to you? I think it's, it's easier. What kind of things do I wanna study? Do I wanna take classes about a certain thing? You know? I think it's easier. Be confident and know what those things are. Yes. [00:13:17] Instead of being more lost.  [00:13:19] Maren: Well, I wouldn't even say it, Angela. I don't think it's necessarily an end goal. I think what you're saying is just like we do spend a lot of time at our jobs , you know, when we're an adult. Yeah. Okay. Yeah, and it would be great to hone in on something that you. You know, is, is really in line with your values and your interests and your skills and, and your experiences and things like that. [00:13:42] And it, it might not be permanent. You know, we know, we know that many people switch jobs  [00:13:48] Angela: and careers throughout their, their lives.  [00:13:50] Maren: So it's not necessarily  [00:13:51] an  [00:13:51] Angela: ending, but it is, like, there are,  [00:13:53] Maren: you know, there's a, certainly a commitment level, you know, to jobs. Mm-hmm. . Mm-hmm. . So I think it's, we know, we [00:14:00] know how much, you know, our jobs. [00:14:03] Have influenced us and, you know, affected us. And so it's so good to know to even get close closer Yeah. To something that you, you wanna do. Ah, it's so good. So just to, to have that self knowledge and awareness is so, so  [00:14:20] Angela: key, right? Mm-hmm. . And I think, I think what I meant by. Not making it the end. Mm. It's just that like, I know so many adult, well mean well meaning adults. [00:14:32] Mm-hmm. , you know, put pressure on kids from the time that they're little Yes. To, and asking them like, What do you wanna do when you grow up like this?  [00:14:40] Maren: What do you wanna do with your life? Yeah. You know? Yeah. From kindergarten. Yes. What's, what do you wanna do? A job.  [00:14:46] Angela: Yeah. Right. It's a lot. So so I guess that's what I meant. [00:14:49] Yes. But you're right. I know. It is, it is important because your job is a lot of your life when you're older. So,  [00:14:56] Maren: I mean, and, and when you are, when you're a teen, you [00:15:00] really are thinking about that. You know, it's not like Yeah. Not like a, you know, a far off thing, like from when you are in preschooler mm-hmm. [00:15:07] it's like, no, I mean, this isn't a. I gotta think about this. Yeah. I should, I should be thinking and planning. Right? But I also think it affects your whole life in that way too. It's like you get to kind of curate this life that works best for you too. It's not even just doing what you like, but like having the habits that work best for the way your brain works. [00:15:28] It's all so good, and  [00:15:30] Angela: I think that knowing the way that you learn, knowing the way  [00:15:32] Maren: that you learn, knowing the way you, that you organize, knowing the way that you know, you need to set up your, I don't know, set up your kitchen . They're just, or just set up your life. Set up your life friends. These are the type of friends that you know, help me thrive in my life. [00:15:49] Mm-hmm. . Mm-hmm. . These are some of the things that I just, you know, need to have in place. Those are all things that like, I think help when you are fostering this, you know, quirkiness in your kids.  [00:15:59] Angela: For sure. [00:16:00] For sure. Yeah. I also think definitely. You know, in the teen years. Mm-hmm. friends are important. [00:16:06] Peers are important, Yes. And I just think if, if your child is comfortable with themselves and with their unique interests and who they are, I think that has such a positive effect on the other kids around them. Absolutely. Do you see somebody being themselves? It is so inspiring. Yeah. It's, to me for sure, like I see somebody into something cool that I hadn't, you know, Thought about before or just being unapologetically themselves. [00:16:36] Yeah. I feel so inspired to do that myself. Yes, yes, yes. So I think that's really, really key. And to find friends  [00:16:45] Maren: who accept, accept each other for their quirkiness. . Right. That is, that's so, that's so key too. And that like, kind of goes back that we talked about how important it is, you know, it's how great it is that our kids are, you know, so unique and quirky when they're young, [00:17:00] so that when they're older they're like, Hey, like if there is a friendship that's happening and there isn't that acceptance or something's off, then they feel that they're like, This doesn't feel right because mm-hmm. [00:17:09] I'm just, you know, I am, I am this person. If you don't like it, then that's, there's something. You're not accepting about me or whatever. And there can be dialogue about that, but it's good to understand. Mm-hmm. . Yeah.  [00:17:21] Angela: So, So, okay. How do you think we should foster quirkiness in kids?  [00:17:26] That's a big question. [00:17:28] Yeah. I wanna say, first off, I think if you're homeschooling, if you're listening to this and you're homeschooling, I think you're already probably doing it. You know, I mean, I think homeschooling in and of itself is helpful in that way because everything is kind of personalized already, probably are you know, gearing things towards their interests. [00:17:46] They probably have time to their interest. , they have time for the things that they're interested in. Yep. And so I think you're probably already doing it.  [00:17:54] Maren: Yes. Yes. That is so true. Yeah. I was just gonna say, I think that was like, I think that's the [00:18:00] biggest thing that contributed, you know, for my kids is just time to be themselves. [00:18:07] Time to play they way, the way they wanted to play and just  [00:18:11] Angela: grow  [00:18:12] Maren: their pretend world. You know, and, and without without constraint.  [00:18:19] Angela: for so long, I hadn't thought about that, but time. Mm-hmm. , you're right, because kids when they're in school are so busy. They are so busy with school, you know, during the day and homework and then fitting in other activities. [00:18:33] That, and family time and sleep and homework. Yes. It's just, it's hard to really develop your interests. When you're  [00:18:40] Maren: in school and it's, Yes. And it's not just a practical thing. It's not, It's not just the time, but it, the time is communicating, I think, to the kids. Mm-hmm. , the most important thing for you to do is to do the things that the adults are telling you to do all day long, you know, or whatever. [00:18:57] Mm-hmm. , that's the important thing. [00:19:00] Prioritize that. Yeah. Don't prioritize your own interests and who you are as a person. Mm-hmm. . And I think that that is a mistake. Yeah. We need to communicate with our time. Mm-hmm. our priorities.  [00:19:14] Angela: Yes. And  [00:19:15] Maren: so for our, you know, our priorities, for me, my priorities for our kids was to be themselves, be creative. [00:19:24] Mm-hmm. , love learning. Mm-hmm. , enjoy the way they love learning, and be curious and just go down rabbit holes. And they did that. They did that. Yeah. And it was so good. I will say when my kids were younger and they were doing that, I, of course, You know, a wrestling match in my head every day. Like, Oh my gosh, we're not getting to all these other things. [00:19:47] Angela: Yeah, we should be doing math, we should be doing reading or whatever.  [00:19:50] Maren: Yes, we try every single day. Yeah, every single day. I remember honestly like standing in the middle of my living room looking around at just the [00:20:00] chaos or around me going, I'm never gonna be able to wrangle this in. Yeah. But, and, and then also thinking like, why do I think I need to. [00:20:09] And so I don't know.  [00:20:10] Angela: Now looking at wrestling, is that lately mm-hmm. , right?  [00:20:13] Maren: Yes. And so looking back, I'm just so glad that a lot of the time I open the space up for that Right. Space and time for that. Right,  [00:20:20] Angela: Right. So it's mostly encouraging those things that they're interested in instead of mm-hmm. [00:20:26] You know, diminishing them or whatever. Yes. Instead of suggesting other things, instead of prioritizing other things. Really encouraging those things that they're interested in. Mm-hmm. . Mm-hmm. , whatever  [00:20:35] Maren: that is. Yep. And then the other thing I think that's really important is to just own our own quirkiness. [00:20:41] Like you said, Angela, you're learning about your own quirkiness right now. And, and like, Kind of growing into that, and I think that that's so good for our kids to see too. It  [00:20:51] Angela: is definitely  [00:20:52] Maren: a unique set of interests and  [00:20:54] Angela: skills too. Right? And sharing that with your kids and sharing your own journey [00:21:00] in that way. [00:21:00] Yes. And yeah, I think is really, really important because, you know, most things are about modeling and I mm-hmm. , I, mm-hmm. . Mm-hmm. It is, like I said, because I'm kind of, I feel like late to the game in this way. Mm-hmm. , I mean, I've definitely always had interest, but you know, some things I felt embarrassed about or Mm. [00:21:19] Kind of squashed, or like, I don't, actually, mostly it was like, I didn't feel like I had a wide variety of things to pick from for interest. It's like, well, do you wanna do a sport or music or both . Right, right, right.  [00:21:32] Maren: You know? And there was a limited amount of music amount of those. Of both. Yeah. Yeah. So it was either, Volleyball, basketball or stop Yeah. [00:21:41] For me, you know which of those three.  [00:21:44] Angela: Yeah. Yeah. So I think learning about the, the world and just like how many options there are and like testing things out and I just, for me, that's like a lifelong practice and yes, [00:22:00] the sooner my kids can get started on. And finding their own joys, I just think the better off they're gonna be. [00:22:06] And so I really do want to encourage and model that for them. For  [00:22:11] Maren: sure. And even if, even if our kids do choose a very maybe traditional career, I think that's great. Yeah. And they can have. They will, I think, value interests outside of their job too, which is just so healthy and you know, having a way to, to balance  [00:22:30] Angela: your life out. [00:22:31] Having a full life that's having a full life more than just your job, but you also have other  [00:22:35] Maren: Yes, exactly. Yeah, and you're right, like you said, example is so powerful just mm-hmm. . Watching your parents have those quirky interests is probably more powerful than anything else. Anything else, Right? For sure. [00:22:50] What's your quirky thing? I don't know. I mean I, I'm, I'm kind of figuring that myself out too. I mean, I have a lot of, I have a lot of interests, you know, I love doing. A lot of [00:23:00] different things, but like recently, like I think I, I think I talked about this on Patreon, maybe not on the main podcast, but in our Facebook, you know, by nothing group, we, Oh, there was a free. [00:23:12] Organ. Yeah. Somebody was giving away a free organ and I took it . Yeah. Right away. That's quirky. It's amazing. That is  [00:23:20] Angela: quirky. I didn't think  [00:23:21] Maren: about it at the time, but I was like, Oh, that was okay. I look back and I'm like, Yeah, that was pretty quirky. That's yeah, so, because I love, I love the  [00:23:30] Angela: organ . Have you been playing it? [00:23:33] A little bit. A little bit, Yeah.  [00:23:34] Maren: And we're, you know, the kids are enjoying it a lot for sure. Oh, that's awesome. Yeah.  [00:23:39] Angela: All right, let's move on to our lt. Ws Loving this week, right? Yes. Yeah. Mar, what are you loving?  [00:23:45] Maren: Okay. I am loving it's a podcast that I listen to all the time, this American Life. Oh, yeah. Which I know I, I talk about, I've, I've shared several episodes with you, Angela, lately, but this last  [00:23:57] Angela: one. [00:23:58] Okay,  [00:23:58] Maren: let's hear. Everybody needs to [00:24:00] listen. It's number 783 Kids these days. Is what it's called. Oh, okay. And the description says, we hear from kids who are dealing with some of the country's most contentious debates. Oh. No debates that are supposedly about them. Mm. So it's just these kids who are caught in, you know, adult turmoil. [00:24:24] For sure. Yeah. Basically. And I am, I mean, I know you all probably. You know, if you're listening to this podcast you know, have a heart for kids and are thinking about just the things that kids are dealing with these days, and this is these are just personal stories about those things and Okay,  [00:24:41] Angela: everybody needs to listen to it. [00:24:43] Okay. I would, I would love to listen to that. I'm gonna put that on my list in my queue. I'm gonna put it in my queue. Yep. Put it in your queue. Will appreciate it. Definitely. Okay. Thank you. Right. This American Life has been around for years before they had podcast apps and that's why they're on episode like 700 and something. [00:24:59] That's [00:25:00] right's. It is like the first podcast. Yeah. Yeah. That's really well done.  [00:25:03] Maren: So it's really well done and I think it's becoming a much more inclusive podcast, like the stories that they're sharing. Okay. I'm just really appreciating them. Noticing it more and more. Yeah. Yes. From the lens of many, many different people in the world. [00:25:18] I'm right  [00:25:19] Angela: in America, . That's great. That's great. All right, Angela, what are you loving this week? Okay. I am loving a book that this could be the book, like if you are in a slump, if you don't know if you like audio books. Okay. Or, you know, you've never tried or wonder if you could get hooked. I think this could be your book. [00:25:41] It's called, I'm Glad My Mom Died by Jeanette McCarty. Okay. Yes, I've heard of this book. We've heard of this book. Yes. Okay, so this is a memoir. But it's very it'll take you in right away. So Jeanette McCarty is a young actress. She's probably 30 now. Okay. [00:26:00] She was on I, Carly. Oh yes. A Nickelodeon. As a young, as a young child. Mm-hmm. . And this is just her life story, which is pretty traumatic. You know, she didn't want to go into acting, but her mom wanted her to, cuz it was her mom's dream that her mom. [00:26:19] Got fulfilled for herself. Mm-hmm. . So her mom put, you know, pushed her into acting and Jeanette wanted to please her mother because she loves her mother. Mm-hmm. . Mm-hmm. . it is about that relationship and it is about her, you know, life in the spotlight and with her mother. and with her brothers and her mom is sick the whole time. [00:26:40] Mm-hmm. , I mean, it's in the title. I'm glad my mom died, so, you know, her mom dies, but no, spoil mom was sick. Yeah, no spoiler. Her mom is sick, you know, for much of her childhood. Mm. And so there's always kind of the threat of like, is her mom gonna die? And so she wants to really please her mom. So anyways, it is so well written. [00:26:59] Wow. [00:27:00] It is so well written. The audio is amazing. She reads it. By the, the first sentence, , you know, for the first story I was hooked. I was like, I need listening to this. So I think, you know, as a parent too mm-hmm. . Mm-hmm. . It definitely It's just a, it's just a cautious, a cautionary tale, you know? [00:27:18] Yeah, yeah, yeah. It's a cautionary tale as a parent. Mm-hmm. , not that I'm like her mom, but you know, I just recognize just some behaviors or practices and I, I like, I, you know, am constantly thinking like, Oh, I do not wanna do that, or I would never wanna say that, or, or whatever. So, I don't know. I just think as a parent, it was really, It was important as a child that was imp It was important. [00:27:40] It's important for everybody. So yes, really well done.  [00:27:43] Maren: Okay,  [00:27:44] Angela: So you should listen, I think you should just get it on Libro fm, which I talked about a few weeks ago. Yes, it's a, or the library. Get it on your library, but listen on audio for sure.  [00:27:56] Maren: All right. Thank you Angela. And thank you to our three [00:28:00] sponsors, Blossom and Root Out School and Night Zookeeper. [00:28:04] Be sure to check out their links in our show notes.  [00:28:08] Angela: This podcast is created and hosted by Angela Se and Marron Gors. We are listener supported. To get extra content and the Back to School Summit free with your membership, go to patreon.com/homeschool unrefined. Subscribe to our newsletter and get our free top 100 inclusive booklist@homeschoolunrefined.com slash newsletter. [00:28:29] You can find on Instagram at unrefined and at always learning with you can find Angela. Unrefined, Angela. [00:29:00] 

Choose the Hard Way
Ian Dille: Journalism, Pro Cycling, and Storytelling in the Age of TikTok

Choose the Hard Way

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 69:52


Ian Dille has always been someone who questioned the status quo. He's a freelance journalist and former pro cyclist who thinks social media can actually broaden our worldview - if used correctly. His long-form writing appears in outlets like Outside magazine and Texas Monthly, and his stories have been reproduced by This American Life and featured on Longreads. Perhaps even more impressive, he went viral on TikTok at age 40. Previously, Ian was a senior producer for the streaming service FloSports where he helped launch a cycling content platform, FloBikes, which broadcast most of the world's biggest bike races, including the Tour de France. We talked about his formative years in the cycling world and the types of stories that exist within the sport. In this episode, Ian shares insight into how his writing process has evolved, and how he's become invested in stories about social justice, racial justice, and gender equity. You can find Ian's writing at http://iandille.com/ and on Twitter and Instagram. In This Episode: Ian Dille Instagram | Website | Twitter  Andrew Vontz LinkedIn Subscribe: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher

Longform
Episode 510: Nancy Updike and Jenelle Pifer

Longform

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 57:55


Nancy Updike is a founding producer and senior editor at This American Life. Jenelle Pifer, a former Longform Podcast editor, is a senior producer at Serial. Their new three-part podcast, hosted by Updike and produced by Pifer, is We Were Three. Updike: “I say it's a story that's a bit about COVID, but really about a family, and that's the closest I've gotten to a short version. I don't know. Why is that? I never have a short version of something I'm working on—never.” Pifer: “We were doing a lot of talking about, for Nancy, what are the driving questions you tend to be attracted to? There were a few things we came up with, one of which was that you tend to gravitate toward stories where somebody is in the middle of something that they don't know what to make of yet, and you kind of just want to sit with them and see what direction they walk in, or what they say, or what meaning they put onto something.” Show notes: @jenellepifer jenelle-pifer.com Updike's This American Life archive Updike's New York Times archive 05:00Rachel McKibben's Twitter thread 24:00 Heavyweight #46 Dan (Jonathan Goldstein • Gimlet • 2022) 39:00 Nice White Parents (Chana Joffe-Walt • Serial Productions • 2020) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

AMK Morgon
AMK Morgon 2 november

AMK Morgon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 71:40


Gäster: Clara Kristiansen, Ludde Samuelsson, Simon Gärdenfors, Isidor Olsbjörk, Jonathan Rollins Relevanta länkar: …IFK och Atlanten https://ifkgoteborg.se/nyheter/foreningen/2022/ifk-goteborg-och-atlanten-i-nft-samarbete/ …io-domänen https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.io …This American Life om NFTs https://www.thisamericanlife.org/769/the-reluctant-explorer …den nya nynazisten i SD https://www.svt.se/nyheter/lokalt/sormland/tidigare-sd-kandidat-i-katrineholm-gripen-i-nmr-upplopp-s... https://expo.se/2022/11/har-deltar-sd-kandidaten-i-helgens-nmr-upplopp …Hets mot folkgrupp https://www.aklagare.se/ordlista/h/hets-mot-folkgrupp/ …SD-kvinnornas hakkors https://twitter.com/coachluhr/status/1587373820666675200?s=46&t=rOG4qBFPaK1NlZcCOmPqHQ&fbcli... https://www.aftonbladet.se/sportbladet/fotboll/a/wAgKMG/kalmar-mottes-av-hakkors-pa-hotell-efter-sd-... …den högsta vågen https://twitter.com/fasc1nate/status/1587280568114446338?s=46&t=WmugCwbYcSsVwxutkH_JKQ&fbcli... …Sveriges lägsta punkt https://vattenriket.kristianstad.se/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/lagsta_punkten-1500x844.jpg …Pete Doherty https://metro.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/PRI_188367138.jpg?quality=90&strip=all&zoom=1... …Kate Moss https://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/640/cpsprodpb/60CE/production/_126028742_radio4_dids_katemoss_tx240722... https://storesandstores.se/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Kate-Moss.jpg https://i.guim.co.uk/img/media/bd1bcf3304ecfd9db15e47b5c50dc0975d948919/30_142_1396_1744/master/1396... …Pelosis man https://edition.cnn.com/2022/10/31/politics/pelosi-attack-right-wing-conspiracy-theories-invs/index.... Låtarna som spelades var: Ladybug - Makzo, Soliicit BAYRAKTAR is Life - Taras Borovko feat. Sakta vi går genom stan - Vallut Bass - AKA AKA, Jungle Jungle Alla låtar finns i AMK Morgons spellista här: https://open.spotify.com/user/amk.morgon/playlist/6V9bgWnHJMh9c4iVHncF9j?si=so0WKn7sSpyufjg3olHYmg Stötta oss gärna på Swish, varje litet bidrag uppskattas enormt! 123 646 2006

The Stinging Fly Podcast
Rachel Connolly Reads Michael Magee

The Stinging Fly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 63:03


On this month's episode of the podcast, host Nicole Flattery is joined by novelist and critic Rachel Connolly, to read and discuss a short story, ‘Rustlers', by Michael Magee, which first appeared in the Summer 2017 issue of the magazine. Michael Magee is the fiction editor of The Tangerine and a graduate of the PhD Creative Writing programme at Queen's University, Belfast. His writing has appeared in Winter Papers, The Lifeboat and in The 32: An Anthology of Working Class Writing. Close to Home, his first novel, will be published by Hamish Hamilton in April 2023. Rachel Connolly is a writer from Belfast. She has written for The New York Times Magazine, New York Magazine, The Guardian, The Baffler, The Financial Times and many other publications. She has also featured as a guest to discuss her work on “This American Life” and several BBC radio programs. Her short story, ‘In The End' was published in our Summer 2021 issue. Her first novel, Lazy City, will be published by Canongate in 2023. Nicole Flattery is a writer and critic. Her story collection Show Them A Good Time, was published by The Stinging Fly and Bloomsbury in 2019. Her first novel, Nothing Special, will be published by Bloomsbury in March 2023.

TheModernMoron podcast
Ep. 117 Larry Dorf: Adnan Syed, Morally Dubious Podcasters, a Prison Sentence Game Show and 2 Documentaries

TheModernMoron podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 24:59


Welcome to another episode of The Modern Moron… my guest is producer, writer, actor Larry Dorf, yes, that Larry Dorf.  We have a very light early fall chat about a few subjects, namely:  We talk a little about some of the Modern Moron's more successful shows, one being on Phil Hendrie and his mastery of deception with his characters improvising with each other and his work on various animation projects from King of the Hill to Rick and Morty.   I refer to a story Larry told about an audition he had where he was being asked to play NBA legend Larry Bird's father, a story I will get to next time.  I'm sort of giving you this conversation backwards and here's why. Larry Brings up Adnan Syed, who has been released from prison after doing 20 years for a murder he did not commit.  His story was made famous by a podcast called “Serial” which was developed by “This American Life” that you know from NPR.  The podcast “Serial” is owned however, by The New York Times. You already know I'm a moron, so you won't be surprised to find that I am way late to the party on damn near everything and such is the case with the show “Only Murders In The Building”, which is a show about a podcast about a murder.  It's on Hulu and is into production of it's 4th season and I'm told that the show was based on the real podcast “Serial”.  I didn't realize how much… you hear that?  That's the theme music of the podcast “Serial” about Adnan Syed… And this… is the theme song to the Hulu series, “Only Murders in the Building”... Jezz, they could have at leas changed the key it's played in right? This brings up a subject I've been wanting to get to for some time and it's the concept of the Morally Dubious Podcaster.  It probably has other names, but i found an article with that phrase and I thought, “Morally Dubious?  Modern Moron”  They're synonymous. I read an article, have an unqualified opinion about it, say it into a microphone, bam; Morally dubious podcaster.  Only I'm not a celebrity and I don't have guests who are celebrities so, there's only the two of you listening and it works out about the same, just on a much, much smaller scale.  Plus I'm not pretending to try and crack a cold case or find a murderer.   So, Larry explains to me the case of Adnon Syed, and I'm oblivious as you can hear… like a typical old man, I can't seem to get the story straight…  Then Larry turns this into a potential gameshow along the lines of, “How much prison time would you do for a million dollars?”   This is what Hollywood people do for a living. We join our conversation basking in the glory of the first episode Larry did with us called “The Mystery of Mike Tyson” referring to the Adult Swim Animated series “Mike Tyson Mysteries” which is still our most downloaded episode.  Until this one…  CLOSE - And that, friends, is how a game show is created…  in South Korea.  Isn't that a little like the show “Squidgame”?  I couldn't stick with that show… it was too sad and dark for me.  I have enough of that crap running around in my head without watching a tv show about it.   Now that I've had two seconds to think about it, I would not do any time in a prison for any amount of money.  The subculture that goes on in prison is not something I want to pretend like I could tolerate even for a minute.  I did look up some of the lovely prisons both in California and across the country.  Pelican Bay and San Quentin are both nasty, gnarly prisons and so is the downtown county jail in Los Angeles.  Other residences I would not spend a minute in for any amount of money is the ADX, also known as the SuperMax in Colorado.  One article I read on the internet-so-it's-true… says that the structure is built in a way that inmates never see a guard or another prisoner.  I don't know if it's true, I don't want to know, I just trust that I don't want to go there.  Throw in Sing, Sing and Rikers Island in New York, and a few of the prisons in the deep south like The Holman Correctional Facility in Alabama and it just makes me want to be a law abiding citizen.  Why am I going on and on about prisons?  Well, I see in the news recently that a real sweetheart of a guy named Steve Bannon has been recommended to spend four months in prison for contempt of congress.  Hmm.  I wonder if one of the neighborhoods I just mentioned might be a good place for him?  Is anyone else thinking of the movie Deliverance right now?  Does anyone see a similarity between Ned Beaty's character and Steve Bannon?...  A couple of housekeeping items I'd like to pass along starting with two documentaries I'd like to recommend..  The first one is called “A Trip to Infinity” on Netflix.  I found it fascinating, I've watched it twice and am currently forcing my daughter to watch it in 10 minute increments.  Mathematicians, Cosmologists and physicists contemplate the concept of infinity… and it's broken up into different chapters: Infinity is very small, it's very large,infinity as a number in an equation, that the speed of light is both very fast and also very slow, that a circle is actually a polygon with an infinite number of points and in terms of time, infinity is a very very long time and that if you put an apple in an air tight box and wait for infinity years, that apple will eventually morph into anything and everything you could possibly imagine.  Even live versions of Rick and Morty.  So I highly recommend “A Trip to Infinity.” The other documentary is called “All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records”.  This subject matter is perfect for our demographic!  I'm sure you spent hours in Tower Records going up and down the isles looking at the amazing Album art that we took for granted then.  Isle after isle until you decided which album you were going to plunk down five dollars and change for, and then I think seven or eight and change and then I lost track.  But that was an important purchase.  And then I would have to sneak by the living room with my bright yellow and red plastic bag hoping my parents wouldn't ask me what I got.  They never did, but if my dad knew I was buying Cheech and Chong, Richard Pryor and Eddie Murphy albums?  No way.   And we also had Tower Books and Tower Posters across the street which was actually a head shop where you got everything from bongs to rolling paper to posters of fruits and vegetables doing disgusting things, incense, trippy candles with psychedelic waxes, macrame'd hanging plant holders… Tower records was the best.  The documentary is available on YouTube and I believe right now you can stream it for free.  It's a great documentary.  The only woman who made it as an executive at Tower back in the 70's put it best when she said that whatever Tower records was the one you went to, you thought it was the first Tower Records they ever had.  The documentary is directed by Tom Hanks' son Colin and he does a great job bringing the nostalgia of Tower Records back, whether you found their store in San Francisco on Columbus Avenue or the one on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, Greenwich Village in New York or wherever you grew up, there was probably a Tower Records where you hung out. Elton John, Bruce Srpingsteen and Dave Grohl, who also worked at a Tower Records in Seattle, all reminisce about how special it was to roam the isles of a Tower Records.  Hanks also does a good job of not letting the documentary end on a downer, even though the internet and a little thing called Napster caused the Tower to crumble, the Japanese stores became independent and are still huge today.  Okay sports fans, that's it, enjoy post season baseball, college football and lots of Halloween candy!  We'll see you next time on the Modern Moron and… the old man show at the oldman-dot-show. The Rise of the 'Morally Dubious Podcaster' in Pop Culture | KQED  All Things Must Pass (1080p) FULL MOVIE - Documentary, Music - YouTube   A Trip To Infinity - Netflix  

Lit Society
Good Girl, Bad Blood: The Sequel to A Good Girl's Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson

Lit Society

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 87:52


Do podcasts really solve crimes? If you followed the story of Adnan Syed, a case made famous by Serial, a podcast produced by the creators of This American Life, you know all charges against Syed were recently dropped. This exoneration arrived over 20 years too late for the victim's family, Syed's family and friends, and Syed himself. After listening to the first season of Serial for the 32nd time, we were left wondering – did any good come from opening this can of worms, or did the podcast only cause more pain than necessary to those affected by the murder? Let's talk about it. Then, on to our book.   Solving a real-life murder mystery nearly cost Pippa her sanity, her family, and her life. She vows to leave crime cases in the hands of the police, but when a close friend goes missing, she must decide if she's ready to risk it all … again.   The Book: Good Girl Bad Blood by Holly Jackson.   You're listening to LIT Society.    LET's GET LIT! _____ Listen to our episode on A Good Girl's Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson: https://www.litsocietypod.com/a-good-girls-guide-to-murder-by-holly-jackson/   Kari here! Looking for info on Adnan Syed? For a quick rundown, I recommend this episode of Crime Junkie: https://crimejunkiepodcast.com/infamous-what-serial-didnt-tell-you/. Then, listen to season 1 of Undisclosed: https://undisclosed-podcast.com/.    Find Alexis and Kari online: Instagram — www.instagram.com/litsocietypod/; Twitter — twitter.com/litsocietypod; Facebook — www.facebook.com/LitSocietyPod/; and our website www.LitSocietyPod.com. Get in on the conversation by using #booksanddrama.  

Globetrotters Podcast
#30 Why is everyone moving to Portugal? Fun travel jobs and Playa Santispac - The Layover

Globetrotters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 30:00


In a special episode, hosts Jon, Max and Saskia investigate the most profitable and exciting travel jobs, why it seems everyone is moving to Portugal all of sudden, and our lesser known destination: Playa Santispac.

Murder, Mystery & Mac 'n' Cheese
The HORRIFYING Case Of Serial Killer Ed Kemper | Coed Killer

Murder, Mystery & Mac 'n' Cheese

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 16:06


Access WG+ episodes available only on Apple Podcasts -- Similar podcasts: Your Own Backyard,Your Mom's House with Christina P. and Tom Segura,Witnessed: Friendly Fire,We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle,Vigilante,Up First,Up and Vanished,True Crime with Kendall Rae,True Crime Garage,This Is Actually Happening,This American Life,The Seduction,The Ryen Russillo Podcast,The Ramsey Show,The Rachel Maddow Show,The NPR Politics Podcast,The Moth,The Morning Toast,The Mindset Mentor,The Michael Knowles Show,The Megyn Kelly Show,The Matt Walsh Show,The Know For Sure Pod,The Journal.,The Jordan Harbinger Show,The Glenn Beck Program,The Ezra Klein Show,THE ED MYLETT SHOW,The Draymond Green Show,The Deck,The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz,The Dan Bongino Show,The Daily,The Charlie Kirk Show,The Breakfast Club,The Bill Simmons Podcast,The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz),The Ben Shapiro Show,Stuff You Should Know,Something Was Wrong,SmartLess,Small Town Murder,Slow Burn,Serious Trouble,Serial,Radiolab,Pod Save America,Planet Money,Persona: The French Deception,Park Predators,Pardon My Take,On Purpose with Jay Shetty,Ologies with Alie Ward,Office Ladies,NPR News Now,My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark,Murder, Mystery & Makeup,Murder With My Husband,Murdaugh Murders Podcast,MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories,Mother Country Radicals,Morning Wire,Morbid: A True Crime Podcast,Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin,Marketplace,Louder with Crowder,Listening In,Last Podcast On The Left,Kuper Island,Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald,Jocko Podcast,Huberman Lab,History is US,Hidden Brain,FULL SEND PODCAST,Fringe Network: Alien State,Fresh Air,Freakonomics Radio,Fly on the Wall with Dana Carvey and David Spade,Father Wants Us Dead,Dispatches From Myrtle Beach,Dead End: A New Jersey Political Murder Mystery,Dateline NBC,Cum Town,Crime Junkie,CounterClock,Conan O'Brien Needs A Friend,Caresha Please,Betrayal,Bannon's War Room,Anything Goes with Emma Chamberlain,Andrew Schulz's Flagrant with Akaash Singh,Anatomy of Murder,American Scandal,American History Tellers,Against The Odds,Adulting with Michelle Buteau and Jordan Carlos,Adam Carolla Show,20/20,2 Bears, 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer,Chris Lambert,YMH Studios,Campside Media,Glennon Doyle & Cadence13,Kast Media,NPR,Tenderfoot TV,Audioboom Studios & Mile Higher Media,TRUE CRIME GARAGE,Wondery,This American Life,NBC News,The Ringer,Ramsey Network,Rachel Maddow, MSNBC,The Moth,Toast News Network,Rob Dial and Kast Media,The Daily Wire,SiriusXM,B. Simone & Megan Brooks,The Wall Street Journal & Gimlet,Jordan Harbinger,Blaze Podcast Network,New York Times Opinion,Ed Mylett,iHeartPodcasts and The Volume,audiochuck,Dan Le Batard, Stugotz,Cumulus Podcast Network | Dan Bongino,The New York Times,Charlie Kirk,iHeartPodcasts,Ascension Catholic Faith Formation,Something Was Wrong | Wondery,Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, Will Arnett,James Pietragallo, Jimmie Whisman,Slate Podcasts,Josh Barro and Ken White,Serial Productions,WNYC Studios,Crooked Media,Wondery | Pineapple Street Studios,Barstool Sports,Jay Shetty,Alie Ward,Earwolf & Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey,Exactly Right,Audioboom Studios,Cloud10 and iHeartPodcasts,Mandy Matney,MrBallen,Morbid Network | Wondery,Marketplace,QCODE,The Last Podcast Network,CBC Podcasts,Heather McDonald / Midroll,Jocko DEFCOR Network,Scicomm Media,C13Originals | Shining City Audio,Hidden Brain,Full Send,Somethin' Else,Freakonomics Radio + Stitcher,Cadence13,NJ.com,Mythical & Ramble,WNYC,Nick Mullen,Team Coco & Earwolf,REVOLT,iHeartPodcasts and Glass Podcasts,WarRoom.org,Emma Chamberlain and Ramble,Andrew Schulz's Flagrant with Akaash,PodcastOne / Carolla Digital,ABC News

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Serial
We Were Three - Trailer

Serial

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 3:02 Very Popular


A three-part series from This American Life producer Nancy Updike. When Rachel McKibbens's father and brother died suddenly last fall, two weeks apart, from Covid, she'd had no idea her father was sick, and no idea her brother was dying. They were unvaccinated, but the story of what happened started long before that. All three episodes of "We Were Three," a new show from Serial Productions and The New York Times, are available now wherever you get your podcasts.

What Works | Small Business Podcast
EP 397: Self Help, LLC: Bad Usage With Samara Bay

What Works | Small Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 42:30


We form an impression of our voices early in life. While it might shift some as we age, those impressions tend to stick with us. For many of us, what we learn about our voices is how their don't quite measure up to the ideal: too high, too low, too soft, too loud, too this, too that. This is especially true for women, queer people, transgender people, non-native English speakers, Black people, people of color, indigenous people, and really anyone whose voice doesn't fit into the white, male baritone mold.So what do we do? We try to sound more like everyone else. And that can not only mess with our ability to use our physical voices, but it messes with our ability to use our metaphorical voices and confuses our sense of self.Samara Bay, a Hollywood dialect coach who's worked on blockbusters like Wonder Woman and Guardians of the Galaxy, is on a mission to help everyone find “permission to speak.” In this episode, we dig into how the self-help imperative to “own your voice” might be more complicated than it sounds.Footnotes: Find out more about Samara Bay Pre-order Samara's book Permission to Speak “I still have a voice” by Alice Wong Samara Bay on Anna Sorokin and Elizabeth Holmes's voices Women and Power by Mary Beard More about African American Vernacular English on Pause on the Play College students talk about their relationships to their Southern accents on Dolly Parton's America “The Magic of Voice Transitioning with Nicole Gress” on Camp Wild Heart with Mackenzie Dunham “Me minus me” on This American Life (Sandy Allen's vocal transition) “If you don't have anything nice to say” on This American Life (complaints about female voices) More on the mid-atlantic accent Radically rethink how you set goals: pre-order Tara's new book, What Works: A Comprehensive Framework to Change the Way We Approach Goal-Setting. Find it anywhere books are sold or at explorewhatworks.com/book. ★ Support this podcast ★

Zone Of Action
What Is Your Motivation

Zone Of Action

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 9:39


The reason you are not happy is that you don't love yourself. So you try to become like someone else. But you are already great. If you want to succeed, accept yourself.Don't worry if things will turn out as you want or not. Just play the game. Focus on what you can control.Check us out -  Instagram and Twitter: JeroldJax Facebook:  Jerold Action JacksonInfiniteBlueOcean.comHappiness starts with you. Not with your relationship, not with your job, not with your money, but with you in the Zone of Action.

Murder, Mystery & Mac 'n' Cheese
The Deadliest Serial Killers of the Old West

Murder, Mystery & Mac 'n' Cheese

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 22:35


Access WG+ episodes available only on Apple Podcasts -- Similar podcasts: Your Own Backyard,Your Mom's House with Christina P. and Tom Segura,Witnessed: Friendly Fire,We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle,Vigilante,Up First,Up and Vanished,True Crime with Kendall Rae,True Crime Garage,This Is Actually Happening,This American Life,The Seduction,The Ryen Russillo Podcast,The Ramsey Show,The Rachel Maddow Show,The NPR Politics Podcast,The Moth,The Morning Toast,The Mindset Mentor,The Michael Knowles Show,The Megyn Kelly Show,The Matt Walsh Show,The Know For Sure Pod,The Journal.,The Jordan Harbinger Show,The Glenn Beck Program,The Ezra Klein Show,THE ED MYLETT SHOW,The Draymond Green Show,The Deck,The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz,The Dan Bongino Show,The Daily,The Charlie Kirk Show,The Breakfast Club,The Bill Simmons Podcast,The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz),The Ben Shapiro Show,Stuff You Should Know,Something Was Wrong,SmartLess,Small Town Murder,Slow Burn,Serious Trouble,Serial,Radiolab,Pod Save America,Planet Money,Persona: The French Deception,Park Predators,Pardon My Take,On Purpose with Jay Shetty,Ologies with Alie Ward,Office Ladies,NPR News Now,My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark,Murder, Mystery & Makeup,Murder With My Husband,Murdaugh Murders Podcast,MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories,Mother Country Radicals,Morning Wire,Morbid: A True Crime Podcast,Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin,Marketplace,Louder with Crowder,Listening In,Last Podcast On The Left,Kuper Island,Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald,Jocko Podcast,Huberman Lab,History is US,Hidden Brain,FULL SEND PODCAST,Fringe Network: Alien State,Fresh Air,Freakonomics Radio,Fly on the Wall with Dana Carvey and David Spade,Father Wants Us Dead,Dispatches From Myrtle Beach,Dead End: A New Jersey Political Murder Mystery,Dateline NBC,Cum Town,Crime Junkie,CounterClock,Conan O'Brien Needs A Friend,Caresha Please,Betrayal,Bannon's War Room,Anything Goes with Emma Chamberlain,Andrew Schulz's Flagrant with Akaash Singh,Anatomy of Murder,American Scandal,American History Tellers,Against The Odds,Adulting with Michelle Buteau and Jordan Carlos,Adam Carolla Show,20/20,2 Bears, 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer,Chris Lambert,YMH Studios,Campside Media,Glennon Doyle & Cadence13,Kast Media,NPR,Tenderfoot TV,Audioboom Studios & Mile Higher Media,TRUE CRIME GARAGE,Wondery,This American Life,NBC News,The Ringer,Ramsey Network,Rachel Maddow, MSNBC,The Moth,Toast News Network,Rob Dial and Kast Media,The Daily Wire,SiriusXM,B. Simone & Megan Brooks,The Wall Street Journal & Gimlet,Jordan Harbinger,Blaze Podcast Network,New York Times Opinion,Ed Mylett,iHeartPodcasts and The Volume,audiochuck,Dan Le Batard, Stugotz,Cumulus Podcast Network | Dan Bongino,The New York Times,Charlie Kirk,iHeartPodcasts,Ascension Catholic Faith Formation,Something Was Wrong | Wondery,Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, Will Arnett,James Pietragallo, Jimmie Whisman,Slate Podcasts,Josh Barro and Ken White,Serial Productions,WNYC Studios,Crooked Media,Wondery | Pineapple Street Studios,Barstool Sports,Jay Shetty,Alie Ward,Earwolf & Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey,Exactly Right,Audioboom Studios,Cloud10 and iHeartPodcasts,Mandy Matney,MrBallen,Morbid Network | Wondery,Marketplace,QCODE,The Last Podcast Network,CBC Podcasts,Heather McDonald / Midroll,Jocko DEFCOR Network,Scicomm Media,C13Originals | Shining City Audio,Hidden Brain,Full Send,Somethin' Else,Freakonomics Radio + Stitcher,Cadence13,NJ.com,Mythical & Ramble,WNYC,Nick Mullen,Team Coco & Earwolf,REVOLT,iHeartPodcasts and Glass Podcasts,WarRoom.org,Emma Chamberlain and Ramble,Andrew Schulz's Flagrant with Akaash,PodcastOne / Carolla Digital,ABC News

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Something's Not Right
The Deadliest Serial Killers of the Old West

Something's Not Right

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 22:35


Access WG+ episodes available only on Apple Podcasts -- Similar podcasts: Your Own Backyard,Your Mom's House with Christina P. and Tom Segura,Witnessed: Friendly Fire,We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle,Vigilante,Up First,Up and Vanished,True Crime with Kendall Rae,True Crime Garage,This Is Actually Happening,This American Life,The Seduction,The Ryen Russillo Podcast,The Ramsey Show,The Rachel Maddow Show,The NPR Politics Podcast,The Moth,The Morning Toast,The Mindset Mentor,The Michael Knowles Show,The Megyn Kelly Show,The Matt Walsh Show,The Know For Sure Pod,The Journal.,The Jordan Harbinger Show,The Glenn Beck Program,The Ezra Klein Show,THE ED MYLETT SHOW,The Draymond Green Show,The Deck,The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz,The Dan Bongino Show,The Daily,The Charlie Kirk Show,The Breakfast Club,The Bill Simmons Podcast,The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz),The Ben Shapiro Show,Stuff You Should Know,Something Was Wrong,SmartLess,Small Town Murder,Slow Burn,Serious Trouble,Serial,Radiolab,Pod Save America,Planet Money,Persona: The French Deception,Park Predators,Pardon My Take,On Purpose with Jay Shetty,Ologies with Alie Ward,Office Ladies,NPR News Now,My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark,Murder, Mystery & Makeup,Murder With My Husband,Murdaugh Murders Podcast,MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories,Mother Country Radicals,Morning Wire,Morbid: A True Crime Podcast,Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin,Marketplace,Louder with Crowder,Listening In,Last Podcast On The Left,Kuper Island,Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald,Jocko Podcast,Huberman Lab,History is US,Hidden Brain,FULL SEND PODCAST,Fringe Network: Alien State,Fresh Air,Freakonomics Radio,Fly on the Wall with Dana Carvey and David Spade,Father Wants Us Dead,Dispatches From Myrtle Beach,Dead End: A New Jersey Political Murder Mystery,Dateline NBC,Cum Town,Crime Junkie,CounterClock,Conan O'Brien Needs A Friend,Caresha Please,Betrayal,Bannon's War Room,Anything Goes with Emma Chamberlain,Andrew Schulz's Flagrant with Akaash Singh,Anatomy of Murder,American Scandal,American History Tellers,Against The Odds,Adulting with Michelle Buteau and Jordan Carlos,Adam Carolla Show,20/20,2 Bears, 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer,Chris Lambert,YMH Studios,Campside Media,Glennon Doyle & Cadence13,Kast Media,NPR,Tenderfoot TV,Audioboom Studios & Mile Higher Media,TRUE CRIME GARAGE,Wondery,This American Life,NBC News,The Ringer,Ramsey Network,Rachel Maddow, MSNBC,The Moth,Toast News Network,Rob Dial and Kast Media,The Daily Wire,SiriusXM,B. Simone & Megan Brooks,The Wall Street Journal & Gimlet,Jordan Harbinger,Blaze Podcast Network,New York Times Opinion,Ed Mylett,iHeartPodcasts and The Volume,audiochuck,Dan Le Batard, Stugotz,Cumulus Podcast Network | Dan Bongino,The New York Times,Charlie Kirk,iHeartPodcasts,Ascension Catholic Faith Formation,Something Was Wrong | Wondery,Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, Will Arnett,James Pietragallo, Jimmie Whisman,Slate Podcasts,Josh Barro and Ken White,Serial Productions,WNYC Studios,Crooked Media,Wondery | Pineapple Street Studios,Barstool Sports,Jay Shetty,Alie Ward,Earwolf & Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey,Exactly Right,Audioboom Studios,Cloud10 and iHeartPodcasts,Mandy Matney,MrBallen,Morbid Network | Wondery,Marketplace,QCODE,The Last Podcast Network,CBC Podcasts,Heather McDonald / Midroll,Jocko DEFCOR Network,Scicomm Media,C13Originals | Shining City Audio,Hidden Brain,Full Send,Somethin' Else,Freakonomics Radio + Stitcher,Cadence13,NJ.com,Mythical & Ramble,WNYC,Nick Mullen,Team Coco & Earwolf,REVOLT,iHeartPodcasts and Glass Podcasts,WarRoom.org,Emma Chamberlain and Ramble,Andrew Schulz's Flagrant with Akaash,PodcastOne / Carolla Digital,ABC News

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Sickboy
Autism & The Loudest Girl In The World w/ Lauren Ober

Sickboy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 53:40


Lauren Ober is a podcast host and producer. In a life before hosting, Ober was an award-winning audio reporter and has been heard on shows like This American Life, 99% Invisible and Criminal, as well as all of NPR's flagship programs. Laurens latest podcast The Loudest Girl in the World tells the story of Lauren's journey to understand what the hell it means to be on the autism spectrum and how to live life as a newly diagnosed autistic person. This week Lauren chats with the fellas about what it's like to create a project that is so personal to her own life, how she faced social friction, and what it was like to receive a diagnosis in her 40s. Join the post-episode conversation over on Discord! https://discord.gg/expeUDN

Sickboy
Autism & The Loudest Girl In The World w/ Lauren Ober

Sickboy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 53:40


Lauren Ober is a podcast host and producer. In a life before hosting, Ober was an award-winning audio reporter and has been heard on shows like This American Life, 99% Invisible and Criminal, as well as all of NPR's flagship programs. Laurens latest podcast The Loudest Girl in the World tells the story of Lauren's journey to understand what the hell it means to be on the autism spectrum and how to live life as a newly diagnosed autistic person. This week Lauren chats with the fellas about what it's like to create a project that is so personal to her own life, how she faced social friction, and what it was like to receive a diagnosis in her 40s. Join the post-episode conversation over on Discord! https://discord.gg/expeUDN

Murder, Mystery & Mac 'n' Cheese

Access WG+ episodes available only on Apple Podcasts -- Similar podcasts: Your Own Backyard,Your Mom's House with Christina P. and Tom Segura,Witnessed: Friendly Fire,We Can Do Hard Things with Glennon Doyle,Vigilante,Up First,Up and Vanished,True Crime with Kendall Rae,True Crime Garage,This Is Actually Happening,This American Life,The Seduction,The Ryen Russillo Podcast,The Ramsey Show,The Rachel Maddow Show,The NPR Politics Podcast,The Moth,The Morning Toast,The Mindset Mentor,The Michael Knowles Show,The Megyn Kelly Show,The Matt Walsh Show,The Know For Sure Pod,The Journal.,The Jordan Harbinger Show,The Glenn Beck Program,The Ezra Klein Show,THE ED MYLETT SHOW,The Draymond Green Show,The Deck,The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz,The Dan Bongino Show,The Daily,The Charlie Kirk Show,The Breakfast Club,The Bill Simmons Podcast,The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz),The Ben Shapiro Show,Stuff You Should Know,Something Was Wrong,SmartLess,Small Town Murder,Slow Burn,Serious Trouble,Serial,Radiolab,Pod Save America,Planet Money,Persona: The French Deception,Park Predators,Pardon My Take,On Purpose with Jay Shetty,Ologies with Alie Ward,Office Ladies,NPR News Now,My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark,Murder, Mystery & Makeup,Murder With My Husband,Murdaugh Murders Podcast,MrBallen Podcast: Strange, Dark & Mysterious Stories,Mother Country Radicals,Morning Wire,Morbid: A True Crime Podcast,Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin,Marketplace,Louder with Crowder,Listening In,Last Podcast On The Left,Kuper Island,Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald,Jocko Podcast,Huberman Lab,History is US,Hidden Brain,FULL SEND PODCAST,Fringe Network: Alien State,Fresh Air,Freakonomics Radio,Fly on the Wall with Dana Carvey and David Spade,Father Wants Us Dead,Dispatches From Myrtle Beach,Dead End: A New Jersey Political Murder Mystery,Dateline NBC,Cum Town,Crime Junkie,CounterClock,Conan O'Brien Needs A Friend,Caresha Please,Betrayal,Bannon's War Room,Anything Goes with Emma Chamberlain,Andrew Schulz's Flagrant with Akaash Singh,Anatomy of Murder,American Scandal,American History Tellers,Against The Odds,Adulting with Michelle Buteau and Jordan Carlos,Adam Carolla Show,20/20,2 Bears, 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer,Chris Lambert,YMH Studios,Campside Media,Glennon Doyle & Cadence13,Kast Media,NPR,Tenderfoot TV,Audioboom Studios & Mile Higher Media,TRUE CRIME GARAGE,Wondery,This American Life,NBC News,The Ringer,Ramsey Network,Rachel Maddow, MSNBC,The Moth,Toast News Network,Rob Dial and Kast Media,The Daily Wire,SiriusXM,B. Simone & Megan Brooks,The Wall Street Journal & Gimlet,Jordan Harbinger,Blaze Podcast Network,New York Times Opinion,Ed Mylett,iHeartPodcasts and The Volume,audiochuck,Dan Le Batard, Stugotz,Cumulus Podcast Network | Dan Bongino,The New York Times,Charlie Kirk,iHeartPodcasts,Ascension Catholic Faith Formation,Something Was Wrong | Wondery,Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, Will Arnett,James Pietragallo, Jimmie Whisman,Slate Podcasts,Josh Barro and Ken White,Serial Productions,WNYC Studios,Crooked Media,Wondery | Pineapple Street Studios,Barstool Sports,Jay Shetty,Alie Ward,Earwolf & Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey,Exactly Right,Audioboom Studios,Cloud10 and iHeartPodcasts,Mandy Matney,MrBallen,Morbid Network | Wondery,Marketplace,QCODE,The Last Podcast Network,CBC Podcasts,Heather McDonald / Midroll,Jocko DEFCOR Network,Scicomm Media,C13Originals | Shining City Audio,Hidden Brain,Full Send,Somethin' Else,Freakonomics Radio + Stitcher,Cadence13,NJ.com,Mythical & Ramble,WNYC,Nick Mullen,Team Coco & Earwolf,REVOLT,iHeartPodcasts and Glass Podcasts,WarRoom.org,Emma Chamberlain and Ramble,Andrew Schulz's Flagrant with Akaash,PodcastOne / Carolla Digital,ABC News

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Something's Not Right
Top 3 Murders

Something's Not Right

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 18:55


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