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You don't have to be a “Bible scholar” to lead your kids in their spiritual lives. Benjamin and Kirsten talk about the simplicity and importance of family devotions and of leading your kids in valuing the growth of their most important relationship—their relationship with God.
In this week's episode, gain insight as Benjamin and Kirsten weigh in with their perspective on the "Race" conversation in today's society, and the events from 2014 that caused a viral post and the penning of Benjamin's book "Under Our Skin."
Today, Shea, Michelle, and Jenn discuss the parable of the seeds and what that might mean for us and Christians around the world. Check out the Watsons on their awesome podcast, The Pantry Podcast. A podcast geared to give spiritual nutrition for hungry Christian soldiers that value truth over cavities. Connect with Shea and Michelle Watson on their website: https://thepantrypodcast.com/
HofnarrGiaccomo liest den urheberrechtsfreien KlassikerEine spannende Sherlock Holmes Kriminalgeschichtevon ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE - "Die Löwenmähne" (Fall 57)Der Fall erschien in Deutschland auch unter den TitelnDie Mähne des Löwen Inhalt:Auch ein Meisterdetektiv wie Sherlock Holmes zieht sich irgendwann aus dem aktiven Berufsleben in den wohlverdienten Ruhestand zurück. So hat Holmes die Grafschaft Sussex als seinen Alterssitz erwählt. Er führt dort ein ruhiges, nur von gelegentlichen Besuchen Dr. Watsons unterbrochenes Pensionärsleben. Das ändert sich jedoch schlagartig, als Harold Stackhurst, ein Schulfreund von Dr. Watson, um Hilfe bittet. In seinem Internat wurde eine Lehrkraft ermordet und eine weitere, des Mordes zunächst verdächtig, schwer verletzt aufgefunden. Holmes übernimmt den Fall und kann ihn mit überraschendem Ergebnis erfolgreich abschließen.Das Buch (und viele andere Klassiker) könnt ihr übrigens alle kostenlos bei Amazon mit Kindle der gratis Kindle-App oder im Browser lesen direkt unter AMAZON.DE (https://amzn.to/3e0ev2W)Oder einfach im YouTube Kanal mitlesen!Or read along in my YouTube Channel.Jedes Feedback ist willkommen...Every feedback ist appreciated.Und danke für den Support! Thanx for the support!Support my workAlles zum lesenden Narren auf meiner HomepageMeine Stimmen für dein Buch, deine Geschichte, deinen Text? firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show (https://www.tipeeestream.com/hofnarrgiaccomo/donation)
Former NFL player and Superbowl champion Ben Watson and his wife Kirsten, executive editor of MomLife Today, join Gabe and Rebekah for our summer series on Parenting presented by Awana. As parents to 7 kids, the Watsons know firsthand how to set expectations with kids. In this episode, they share practical tips for setting expectations with kids, making space to invest time into your marriage, and the rhythms that help their family continue to carry out the mission God has for their family. View all Fall Retreats: rebekahlyons.com/retreatReady to begin living in rhythm? Grab bestseller, Rhythms of Renewal, today!Discover your healthiest rhythm by taking Rebekah's quiz.Samaritan Ministries is a community of Christians who live out Galatians 6:2 by bearing one another's burdens when a medical need arises. It's a Biblical solution to health care, connecting members across the nation who share medical costs while praying for and encouraging one another. Learn more today.This summer season is presented to you by Awana. Simply knowing where to start with at home child discipleship can be the biggest hurdle. With Brite Families, you'll know exactly where to begin to help you kids know God and His Word.
This week's Watson of the Week takes an extended look at the two Watsons who spun off into their own series, but before that, you get Watson trying to put a too-small hat on, and more of his reading material. You could ask for more, but you'll have to come back next week to get it!
Finn and Uther watch two anarchic, fourth wall breaking takes on the character of Sherlock Holmes. Sherlock Jr. (1924) is Buster Keaton's classic crime-comedy-action-romance that combines incredible jokes with the wildest action beats of the silent era. Holmes and Watson (2018) is 90 minutes of Britain and America's finest comedic and dramatic talents failing to find anything comedic or dramatic to do.Keaton vs. Chaplin. Is it fundamentally wrong for a film to be based around dreams? Which members of the Holmes and Watson cast would have made better Holmes and/or Watsons? Uther lures Finn into a deadly game of cat and mouse, while Finn tries to list every cultural event of the late 70s. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Meet Benjamin Watson. A first-round draft pick out of the University of Georgia in 2004, and a Super Bowl Champion with the New England Patriots in that rookie NFL season, Watson was a star tight end until retiring in 2020. He had 44 touchdowns on the field but may be best known off the field for his courageous pro-life stance. He starred in Divided Hearts of America, a moving pro-life film he produced with Housing and Urban Development secretary Ben Carson, former Georgia state representative Alveda King and activist Abby Johnson. Watson and his wife, Kirsten, devote time and money to assist pregnancy resource centers and he spoke at the 2017 March for Life in Washington, D.C. The Watsons also formed the One More non-profit organization, a source of educational and enrichment opportunities through charitable initiatives and partnerships. Watson also works with the International Justice Mission to combat sex trafficking. Abortion isn’t the only hot-button topic this former football player tackles. In 2015, his thoughts on racial tension in America made him an internet sensation, reaching more than 44 million people. That opened a door to his first book, Under Our Skin, which earned critical acclaim, and a second literary work, The New Dad's Playbook. “So many of the ills we see — whether it’s teen pregnancy, incarceration, poverty or self-esteem [issues] — so many of those things are tied to the lack of, or presence of, a male figure, and more importantly, a father in the home,” Watson says. “There is an imperative call for men. When men are involved, all those things I talked about before are flipped on their heads.” His positions often put him in a tug of war politically, but Watson welcomes the tension as long as he stands for truth. “The truth should rise above the tribe, rise above the trends,” he says. “That truth also, as we discover it, it may change our stances and we have to be OK with that.”
Copy-cat siblings, being annoying, tattle-telling, when it comes to being a parent, you have so many battles to fight every single day! The Watsons swap stories about what happens at their home, how they overcome the daily battles, what works and what doesn’t, and how you can help build better kids through it all.
In this episode Loventas and Lucas talk about the biggest winners from the NBA trade deadline. More woman have accused Deshaun Watson the total count is now 22 and they talk about what this means for Watsons future. They also talk about the recent trends of hip hop couples breaking up.
In this episode Russ talks Watsons new legal trouble. what the jets are doing with Sam Darnold and what the future could be there. Rookie wide out are just getting better and free agents are paying the price. the NFL is going to 17 games and has a new TV deal to go along with it.. All that and more in another episode of Breaking the Goal Line! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
During this installment of your favorite podcast we explore the horrible events which claimed 8 lives in ATL last week. The sheriff claims the shooter “had a bad day” - we discuss this statement. Also, we ask the question everyone wants the answer to, what's the difference between hate crime and “regular” murder? We explore the recent allegations made by massage therapists regarding Texans QB Deshaun Watson. Lastly, the Tin Foil Kufi asks “Is this about inappropriate contact or an unsatisfied contract? Listen of the Week: “Us” - Ruby Ibarra https://youtu.be/AUfNeCozJBw --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Where there are two or more children in a home, there will be sibling rivalry. In moments when children might not like their brothers or sisters, does that sibling know he or she is loved? In this episode, the Watsons share what sibling rivalry, and love, looks like in their family.
GoodGameBro and Mills talk about wild NFL free agency moves, PGA Tour 2K's deal with Tiger Woods and new game mode, and all the other sports and sports gaming news from the past week.Gaming Community Expo '21 Tickets and Information: https://www.gcxevent.com/ Love Coffee? Check out Kings Coast Coffee Co.:https://kingscoast.coffee/Join the Loot Pool:https://patreon.com/raredropCheck out all our latest giveaways here! https://loot.raredrop.co/Be the coolest kid on the block with some Rare Drop Co merch:https://shop.raredrop.co/Visit us at:https://raredrop.co/Watch the streams:https://youtube.com/GoodGameBrohttps://twitch.tv/Millshttps://twitch.tv/RareDrophttps://twitch.tv/GCXEventhttps://twitch.tv/OldFashionedPodcastFollow on Twitter:https://twitter.com/GoodGameBrohttps://twitter.com/MillsTwitchhttps://twitter.com/RareDropCohttps://twitter.com/GCXEvent
This week we discussed the JJ Watt signing, Watsons next move and Dak Prescott should the Dallas resign him or let him walk. We talked about Russell Wilson and the Seahawks if they will part ways or not. Things got intense between Bree and a caller G. Thanks for joining and supporting.
"The Watsons Go to Birmingham, 1963” touches on a tragic moment in American history: the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church. But it’s really a family story about a road trip. Readers from Two Rivers Public Charter School in Washington, DC discuss the novel with host Kitty Felde. On the 25th anniversary of the book's publication, writer Christopher Paul Curtis tells us the first title of the book. Our celebrity reader is actor Quinn Marchman. Free curriculum at the website www.bookclubforkids.org
On Episode 132, Alli and her guest Renée road trip through Christopher Paul Curti's award-winning novel The Watsons Go to Birmingham - 1963. They talk about how the book portrays bullying, family, masculinity, race, and mental health, and the ways in which it was ahead of its time in many ways! Renée Hicks is the book lover behind the Book Girl Magic community, a book club that celebrates black women authors and seeks to bring people together through reading. Follow Book Girl Magic on Instagram (@book_girl_magic) and Twitter (@bookgirlmagic).
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Hour 1 on the last show in January we kick off with Deshaun Watson wanting out of Houston and what the options are for the Texans, we then move to Zubin and Keysean Johnson expressing their thoughts on the Husker program and we welcome Michael Bruntz from Husker 24/7 to the show.
Bars & Hoops Radio Episode 174 *Intro: *NFL -NFL Playoffs Recap Rams vs Packers Ravens vs Bills -Deshaun Watson wants out of Houston -Andre Johnson supports Watsons bid to leave Texans (Steels) -Bills Mafia donates to Lamar Jackson charity after concussion in playoff game. -Josh Gordon suspended indefinitely AGAIN! Burning Question -With Covid19 still being a major problem around the world, were you angry at the NFL for letting fans attend playoff games? *DJ JOJ Mini Mix *What Happened to that Boy -Andre Rison *NBA -James Harden makes Brooklyn Nets Debut! -Kyrie Irving Fined $50k by NBA for covid protocol violations (Pop) -Caris Lavert out indefinitely! Dr’s discovered growth on kidney during team physical! Foul play or fair game? Should Harden trade be reversed? -Demarcus Cousins airs James Harden out! -Lebron leaves Coca-Cola for Pepsi Burning Question -Are the Nets truly a threat to the Lakers bid at defending their title? *DJ JOJ MINI MIX *The Rap Report -Meek Mill speaks out in preferential treatment given to terrorist who stormed the Capitol -50 Cent trolls Donald Trump on IG (Zah) -Kanye West suing a former intern for breach of NDA contract (Pop) -Funk Master Flex still coming for Jay-Z (Steels) Swish it or Dish It -Funk Master Flex feat Fivio Foreign “Game time” -Bizzy Banks “Bandemic” -Uncle Murda “Whole lotta Money” feat. Benny The Butcher, Que Bandz & Moe Chips *The Good Word Disclaimer: We do not own the rights to any of the music played during this podcast. ***Promotional Use Only*** Email: Barsandhoopsradio@gmail.com @Barsandhoops (Acast, Breaker, Google Podcast, iTunes, iHeart Radio, Pocketcast, Soundcloud, Spotify, Stitcher, Streama, TuneIn, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook)
Alyssa Butterson and Coach Gantt discuss NFL divisional-round playoff games. They also break down where the Houston Texans went wrong with Deshaun Watson and possible teams he may find himself landing in the off-season. Thoughts are also shared about James Hardens debut with the Brooklyn Nets.
Browns still the browns? Interceptions = Drew’s retirement.. Brandon getting a job with the eagles?? Does Connor hate Watsons charity work? Is Kyrie still soul searching in the Bronx? James harden should join a hockey nobody plays defense anymore
On this episode of the Bench Bros Sports Podcast, Anthony, Brandon, and Wes discuss their impressions of SUPER Wild Card Weekend including the Bills and Browns getting their first postseason victories in over 25 years, the Ravens getting revenge on the Titans, and the Rams shocking the Seahawks. Also, they give their thoughts on the developing story of Deshaun Watson's frustrations towards the Houston Texans franchise and what is his future entering the offseason. Plus, DeVonta Smith wins the Heisman Trophy, the NHL season is days away, the latest news around the NBA, and more! Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and media services alike.
Stadium seat cushion, rolling cooler with snacks, hat, “Team Mom” clipboard, and sunblock—LET’S GO! That’s right—the Watsons are talking about kids and sports. You’ll want to be all in on this one! They’re talking practical things, how they do sports with their kids, how they grew up playing sports, and even the unrealistic expectations parents often have that can really set kids up for disappointment. So here we go! Aaaaaaaand BREAK!
Michael and Elisa are joined by special guests Steve and Pam Watson of The Bridge Richland. As Pastors of a new church plant, the Watsons faced some difficult times, but hope that saw them through came in the form of a series of dreams.
Happy New Year! 2020—wow—didn't see that one coming. BUT, 2021 is now here and ALL of our troubles are gone! (cue confetti canons and party whistles)—or are they? This episode, reflect back on 2020 with the Watsons and how we can properly view our circumstances and still have hope moving forward into this new year—2021.
In this episode, author Christopher Paul Curtis takes us behind the scenes of his debut novel, THE WATSONS GO TO BIRMINGHAM - 1963. The Newbery Honor-winning book turns 25 this year.This episode is sponsored by Heinemann and their professional book A TEACHER'S GUIDE TO READING CONFERENCES by Jennifer Serravallo.
Christopher Paul Curtis shares THE WATSON GO TO BIRMINGHAM - 1963, celebrating its 25th anniversary. Christopher Paul Curtis is the author of many widely-loved and critically-acclaimed books including BUD, NOT BUDDY (Newbery winner and the Coretta Scott King winner), THE WATSONS GO TO BIRMINGHAM - 1963 (Newbery honor and Coretta Scott King honor), and ELIJAH OF BUXTON (Newbery honor and Coretta Scott King winner). THE WATSON GO TO BIRMINGHAM - 1963 was Christopher’s debut middle grade novel. Christopher and I hopped on the phone to talk about his time working at the automobile factory in Flint, MI, his choice to write an adult story narrated by a 10-year-old, and the real life experiences that made their way into the book. Plus, if you have not yet had the pleasure of meeting Christopher Paul Curtis, I think you’re going to feel immediately at home and in good company with Christopher. I personally didn’t want this conversation to end. You can access even more information about this book and its author by visiting www.matthewcwinner.com/blog. Get a copy of this book and support independent bookstores (and this podcast) by visiting our BookShop Store. Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/matthewcwinner Thank you to this week's sponsors: TeachingBooks.net Professor Bookworm (offer code CHILDRENS20) Libro.fm (offer code WINNER) Consider starting a 3-, 6-, or 12-month Libro.fm membership And to the generous support from our Patrons.
In our first hour, we wanted to take a look ahead to tomorrow's big game between the Michigan Wolverines and Wisconsin Badgers. We were joined by Chris Balas to get his thoughts on how everything will play out. Huge and Balas also looked in depth at Juwan Howard and all of the great recruits he's signed in the past few days. We then went on to get a Masters leaderboard update. We were joined by our friend Mark Wilson to get his thoughts on how the first two days in Augusta went. They also looked ahead to who to keep an eye out for throughout the rest of the weekend. In our second hour we were joined by the Head Coach of the Michigan State Basketball team, Tom Izzo. Tom gave us some great insight into everything he has been through in the past week after announcing that he had Covid-19. Tom said he has some side effects, but all in all he's feeling pretty good. We also got some great conversation in regards to Izzo's recruiting moves in the off-season, the return of Joshua Langford, college basketball rankings, and so much more. We wrapped up the hour with our friend Derrick Meyer from Watsons so he could tell us about some of the great deals they're having at Watson's Country! In our final hour we were joined by the Executive Director of the Michigan High School Athletic Association, Mark Uyl. Mark updated us on everything that's happening in regards to wrapping up the Fall Football season. Mark informed us that on some of the effects that these higher Covid numbers have had on HS sports throughout Michigan. Mark also wanted to stress to the audience and to athletes that we have to keep staying as safe as we possibly can in order to stop the transmission of the virus. Dr. K from Metro Health also joined us today to discuss the relationship between Covid-19, sports and our daily lives. With numbers rising in regards to Covid-19 cases we wanted to get an update from Dr. K on the numbers at this point in time. Dr. K and Huge also talked about how sports are being affected as far as positive cases go – but also about how few critical cases there have been in the sports world. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In our second hour we were joined by the Head Coach of the Michigan State Basketball team, Tom Izzo. Tom gave us some great insight into everything he has been through in the past week after announcing that he had Covid-19. Tom said he has some side effects, but all in all he's feeling pretty good. We also got some great conversation in regards to Izzo's recruiting moves in the off-season, the return of Joshua Langford, college basketball rankings, and so much more. We wrapped up the hour with our friend Derrick Meyer from Watsons so he could tell us about some of the great deals they're having at Watson's Country! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In our first hour we were joined by the Head Coach of the Michigan State Basketball team, Tom Izzo. Tom gave us some great insight into everything he has been through in the past week after announcing that he had Covid-19. Tom said he has some side effects, but all in all he's feeling pretty good. We also got some great conversation in regards to Izzo's recruiting moves in the off-season, the return of Joshua Langford, college basketball rankings, and so much more. We wrapped up the hour with our friend Derrick Meyer from Watsons so he could tell us about some of the great deals they're having at Watson's Country! In our second hour we were joined by the Executive Director of the Michigan High School Athletic Association, Mark Uyl. Mark updated us on everything that's happening in regards to wrapping up the Fall Football season. Mark informed us that on some of the effects that these higher Covid numbers have had on HS sports throughout Michigan. Mark also wanted to stress to the audience and to athletes that we have to keep staying as safe as we possibly can in order to stop the transmission of the virus. Dr. K from Metro Health also joined us today to discuss the relationship between Covid-19, sports and our daily lives. With numbers rising in regards to Covid-19 cases we wanted to get an update from Dr. K on the numbers at this point in time. Dr. K and Huge also talked about how sports are being affected as far as positive cases go – but also about how few critical cases there have been in the sports world. In our final hour we were joined by the voice of Michigan Football, Jim Brandstatter. Jim joined us to talk about the current look of the Wolverines as they've been struggling to make it through the season. Huge and Brandy talked about what Harbaugh is bringing to the table – or maybe the lack there of. Then we were joined by Mark Wilson to talk about the Masters leaderboard as the day one just wrapped up. We were joined by Tom Rosenbach from BeeneGarter so he could let Huge know how he did on his College football picks from last week – and to take this weekend's picks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In our first hour we were joined by the Head Coach of the Michigan State Basketball team, Tom Izzo. Tom gave us some great insight into everything he has been through in the past week after announcing that he had Covid-19. Tom said he has some side effects, but all in all he's feeling pretty good. We also got some great conversation in regards to Izzo's recruiting moves in the off-season, the return of Joshua Langford, college basketball rankings, and so much more. We wrapped up the hour with our friend Derrick Meyer from Watsons so he could tell us about some of the great deals they're having at Watson's Country! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I had the pleasure of interviewing an amazing couple, Shea & Michelle Watson about how to balance marriage and ministry. They dropped some great nuggets about this topic, including advice for singles seeking a balanced marriage. You don't want to miss this conversation! Shea and Michelle Watson love Jesus and host The Pantry Podcast together. They serve up spiritual nutrition for your eternal storehouse with every Wednesday episode. The Watsons met one Sunday Service and grew to know each other better because of how involved they both were (and still are) in various ministries in their local assembly. Combined, the two are involved in the outreach, design, technical, logistical, men's, women's, mother's, and life group ministries of Greater Grace Christian Fellowship. Additionally, Shea works full time away from their home just outside of DC, while Michelle stays home with their daughter, Calia, to freelance design for clients and run Thirtyone25—a faith blog and apparel store. They're passionate about empowering people to understand one's identity in Christ and an eternal mindset. Interview Highlights The Watsons share the potential threats ministry can have on a marriage and how to avoid them. “Marriage is a ministry.” – Michelle Watson “I need to know who's in my ministry. I need to know my wife.” – Shae Watson The Watsons share tips on how we can prioritize our time. “It's called scheduling. It's called organizing.” – Shae Watson “I don't need to find my own busy work. I can trust Him to give me things that fit in my day.” – Michelle Watson “When we number our days and we take it away from our own laziness, our own desires, man, the Lord establishes our steps.” – Shae Watson We talk about working in ministry together and separately. “A wife has to allow or let her husband be a part of the ministry. A husband needs to be able to release and let his wife be a part of the ministry.” – Shae Watson “Why aren't you addicted to quality time with God?” – Michelle Watson The Watsons share how serving in ministry has strengthened their marriage. “People forget that we were married to God first.” – Shae Watson “You get to encourage each other when it gets hard.” – Michelle Watson The Watsons share encouraging words to Singles. “You don't have to consider your life a failure if you never get married to a human being.” – Michelle Watson "So men, seek God." - Shae Watson Relevant Links & Resources * Listen to The Pantry Podcast at https://thepantrypodcast.com/. * Follow The Pantry Podcast on Facebook & Instagram. * Follow Shae on Instagram and email him at email@example.com. * Follow Michelle's blog and shop her appeal at https://thirtyone25.com/. * Follow this podcast on Instagram and Twitter. *Connect with your host, Sherry Jones, and learn about her books, coaching program, etc at https://linktr.ee/sherryspeakslife. *I would love to hear from you! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your thoughts on today's episode, be a guest, and/or advertise your business, products, or services on this podcast. Take care. be blessed, be safe, and remember, the church is not a building. We are the church! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to the miniseries, The Producer's Perspective LIVE! From The Pandemic. Inspired by my podcast and check-ins with friends, I started The Producer’s Perspective LIVE! I started going live every night at 8pm with a superstar TheaterMaker to check in with them and see how they were doing and how this pandemic has affected them. Many shared how they’ve been keeping those creative juices flowing, sharing many fun memories, raising money and awareness for The Actors Fund and other charitable organizations needing our support. We even started sharing ‘something to make you smile’ by featuring a new music video one of you in the community produced, directed, wrote, performed in! In this episode, I catch up with Tony Award-winning Director KENNY LEON. We chat through how he stays so positive during quarantine, what is the #1 show he wants to do in the near future, and who are some up & coming theater makers he wants to see succeed. Watch the replay of this episode: https://youtu.be/yPpktaqc74U Follow me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/kendavenportbway Catch the next livestream LIVE: www.theproducersperspective.com/live About Kenny Leon: KENNY LEON (Director) is a Tony Award winning Broadway and film director. His Broadway credits include the 2014 revival of A Raisin in the Sun starring Denzel Washington(Tony Award Winner for Best Direction of a Play and Best Revival), The Mountaintop starring Samuel L. Jackson and Angela Bassett, Stick Fly produced by Alicia Keys, August Wilson's Fences (which garnered ten Tony nominations and won three Tony Awards including Best Revival), the 2004 revival of A Raisin in the Sun with Sean P. Diddy Combs, Gem of the Ocean, Radio Golf and the 2014 premiere of Holler if You Hear Me, a new musical created using the music of Tupac Shakur. Leon's recent film work includes "In My Dreams" for Hallmark Hall of Fame, "The Watsons go to Birmingham" for Walden Media and Hallmark, and the Sony and Lifetime TV adaptation of "Steel Magnolias". Leon is the recipient of numerous awards including the 2010 Julia Hansen Award for Excellence in Directing by the Drama League of New York The Producer's Perspective LIVE! and this podcast episode was produced by Mary Elizabeth Dina. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“one would like to know the reason for such elaborate deception.” [MISS] In the west end of London, an apparently crazed individual is on the loose, breaking into art galleries and private homes to slash valuable paintings of women. Enter Joanna Blalock and the Watsons, protagonists in the latest in the Daughter of Sherlock Holmes mystery series. Leonard Goldberg, a USA Today bestselling author, has done a clever job with , his fourth in the series, from Minotaur Books (St. Martin's Press). He joins us to talk about his inspiration, his experience in the medical profession (and kinship with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle), the writing process, and why Sherlock Holmes continues to fascinate him. Listeners may want to try to solve the mystery of the disappearing co-host, and hear about our next show. And don't forget to try your hand at our latest Canonical Couplet quiz for a chance to win a copy of The Art of Deception. Entries must be submitted by noon EDT on August 14, 2020. Information on sponsors, links, and notes available below. Please do consider becoming a . Your support helps us to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and this year, transcription services. Sponsors is the premiere publisher of books about Sherlock Holmes, including the Sherlock Holmes Reference Library, scholarly work, and titles dedicated to the stage and screen. has the largest collection of new Sherlock Holmes novels, biographies, graphic novels and short story collections in the world. Would you care to advertise with us? You can find . Let's chat! Links This episode: Buy the book: (MX Publishing) Many more links, articles and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at as well as through our accounts on , , , and . Please subscribe on the podcast provider of your choosing: And would you consider leaving us a rating and review? It would help other Sherlockians to find us. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at (774) 221-READ (7323). Transcript Transcript costs have risen and you can help us to reach the level on Patreon to cover these costs. Please consider signing up by clicking the link, for as little as $1 an episode. Transcript will be at soon (if you can contribute to making that happen). --
In this week, as the country lays to rest Congressman John Lewis, one of the heroes of the Civil Rights movement, we thought it was a good time to revisit one of the darkest days of the struggle, the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church, told through the eyes of young people. It’s "The Watsons Go to Birmingham, 1963" by Christopher Paul Curtis. Teaching guide at the website bookclubforkids.org.