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Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different
The Wonderful World of Beth Frates

Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 34:48


This week Dr. Hallowell had the pleasure of hosting Dr. Beth Frates. Dr. Frates is a trained physiatrist and health and wellness coach who practices lifestyle medicine, helping individuals and groups to adopt healthy habits for a lifetime. She was recently voted the President Elect of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine which is the largest growing medical specialty society and now has over 7,000 members. Teaching is a passion for Dr. Frates, and she is an award winning teacher at both Harvard Medical School and Harvard Extension school where she teaches lifestyle medicine courses. Writing is another focus of Dr. Frates's work and she has co-authored three books, Life After Stroke: The Guide to Recovering Your Health and Preventing a Second Stroke, The Lifestyle Medicine Handbook: An Introduction to the Power of Healthy Habits and most recently PAVING the Path to Wellness: A Guide to Thriving with a Healthy Body, Peaceful Mind, and Joyful Heart. She and Dr. Hallowell engage in a lively conversation that includes discussions about her background in lifestyle medicine/wellness, her writing, and how she uses her difference to not only help herself, but help others as well.

What's Cookin' Today on CRN
Dec 28th: Marcy Smothers, Author of "Eat Like Walt: The Wonderful World Of Disney Food"

What's Cookin' Today on CRN

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022


RADIO Then
NIGHT BEAT "The Man Who Claimed To Be Dead"

RADIO Then

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 29:30


Frank Lovejoy stars as newspaper reporter Randy Stone. Stone meets a man in the park on a very hot day. He is wearing a heavy overcoat! Mr. Henry Kazarian claims to be dead, and a doctor confirms it. Jeff Corey (photo) in supporting cast. Corey (born Arthur Zwerling, August 10, 1914 – August 16, 2002) was an American stage and screen actor and director who became a well-respected acting teacher after being blacklisted. Ben Wright as Papa Kazarian...Ben Wright was an English actor and voice actor, who voiced Roger Radcliffe in One Hundred and One Dalmatians , Rama in The Jungle Book, "Heyboy" on radio's Have Gun Will Travel and Grimsby in The Little Mermaid . He also appeared in Way Down Cellar as Ethan Marcus as part of Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color.

#ENTREPRENEUR
December 27, 2021. Here are Predictions for 2022 in the #NFT world. Listen to this ...

#ENTREPRENEUR

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 9:32


Lots of rain and even snow in the higher elevations here in Santa Clara. Moreover, I thought that it would be prudent to make some predictions for 2022 in the Wonderful World of #NFTs. Take a listen to this podcast.. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gary-kolegraff5/support

Kicking & Streaming
Annie or: How I Learned Kathy Bates Could Sing

Kicking & Streaming

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 79:34


To send y'all off this year, the siblings are breaking down one of their favorite movie musicals of all time, Annie (1999). The siblings talk about the differences between the original 1982 film and the 1999 telefilm created for the Wonderful World of Disney, all the while lauding Rob Marshall for his impeccable staging and directing prowess. Ross has complaints about Alicia Morton's scream-singing, Carie practically sobs over the love between Warbucks and Annie, and despite the iconic performances of Kathy Bates and Alan Cumming, the siblings lament the lack of Carol Burnett and Tim Curry.  Related Media: That Song In Every Musical That No One Likes (Sarah Smallwood Parsons) Copyright 2021 Sorry Mom Productions

The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW)
Episode 192- Bubbly New Years

The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 29:53


The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW) Episode 192 Topic: Bubbly New Years

Disney at Work Podcast
Disney Movie Magic: Show & Favorites!

Disney at Work Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 45:55


What's your favorite Disney movie? Most people generally concur up thoughts of animated film classics from Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs to The Lion King to Tangled & Moana. These and more are found in Wonderful World of Animation, a projection show mapped out on the Chinese Theater at Disney's Hollywood Studios. But that show has a companion piece, and recently Disney Movie Magic returned to Disney's Hollywood Studios. This projection show under the stars after sunset is a companion piece to that animation tribute. I want to showcase that film, and use it as a stepping stone to talk about my favorite Disney film classics. Moreover, let's talk about the presence of those same films (or lack thereof) in the Disney parks. As we look over the decades, we see that beyond animation, Disney's film productions are a showcase in and of themselves.

Sleepover Cinema
Eloise at Christmastime

Sleepover Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 39:31


Another timeless classic from The Wonderful World of Disney, “Eloise at Christmastime” has everything we need, from the presence of Dame Julie Andrews and Christine Baranksi to its deeply respectful use of musical theatre moments. Celebrate Christmas eve eve with us! Watch the VIDEO VERSION of this episode HERE!  Check out our merch shop here! Follow Sleepover Cinema on Instagram here! Follow Hannah and Audrey on Instagram here! Sleepover Cinema Tik Tok Sleepover Cinema Facebook Sleepover Cinema Twitter More about Too Pink Pictures For more details on this episode, go to www.evergreenpodcasts.com/sleepover-cinema! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Journey With Me Through ADHD: A Podcast for Kids
Learning About Your ADHD Brain with Dr. Hallowell (Part 3)

Journey With Me Through ADHD: A Podcast for Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 9:10


Why is getting an ADHD diagnosis important? So, you can learn about how your Ferrari brain works and then you are able to get the help you need with those "bicycle breaks." Just like you go see an eye doctor if you have a hard time seeing or a pediatrician (child doctor) if you are not feeling well. This is the same idea as finding the help you need with areas of ADHD struggle, as well as interest driven activities and ways of learning new things! In this episode, you will hear from world authority in ADHD, Dr. Ned Hallowell! Dr. H is an incredible psychiatrist, who specialises in helping children and adults with ADHD. He has written tons of books, some that were best sellers, and he has played a pivotal role in introducing and driving our strength-based approach to ADHD!  He shares how important it is to learn about your brilliant brain, he gives tips on how to start your day, and leaves you with a simple, but super valuable affirmation to remind yourself of..."I CAN!" You won't want to miss this final episode in this 3-part series!  You can find Dr. Hallowell on his website www.drhallowell.com for more resources and to check out his fantastic podcast called, "Dr. Hallowell's Wonderful World of Different!"  You can also NOW order SIGNED (personalized with your child's name) copy of my book "Hi, It's Me! I have ADHD" right from my website www.katelynmabry.com Visit me on IG @journey_with_me_through_adhd or if you are the trusted adult, you can join my FB group called "Journey with Me Through ADHD- Parent Support Group!" Love all of you and your brilliant brains!  

Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different
The Wonderful World of Dani Donovan

Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 26:45


This week I had a fantastic chat with Dani Donovan, graphic designer turned ADHD social media influencer and educator. Her witty and informative comics and graphics have helped thousands, especially women, understand more about ADHD and themselves. Dani also has her first book coming out soon - The Anti Planner: How To Get Sh*t Done When You Don't Feel Like It.  She is upbeat without downplaying the challenges that come with living with ADHD. Listen in to her lively and inspiring story.

John Landecker
The wonderful world of raising reindeer with Whispering Pines Reindeer Ranch

John Landecker

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021


Randy Espe, owner of the Whispering Pines Reindeer Ranch, joins John Landecker to share his experience starting a reindeer ranch with his family and why reindeer are some of the friendliest animals he could ever hope to raise.

Skull Rock Podcast
Kimberley Bouchard and The Positively Disney Cookbook

Skull Rock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 78:16


Hosts Dave Bossert and Aljon Go chat with bestselling author, Kimberley Bouchard and her latest book, "The Positively Disney Cookbook: Personal Recipes From Your Favorite Celebrities Across the Disney-Verse." Aljon and Dave also discuss the latest movie and pop-culture news, including a brief review of Marvel Studio's "Spider-Man: No Way Home" and Steven Spielberg's "West Side Story." Kimberley Bouchard is a bestselling author, educator, entrepreneur, podcaster, and speaker. She grew up watching the Wonderful World of Disney on television on Sunday nights. She has visited Disneyland, Disneyland Paris, cruised with Disney, and is a frequent visitor to Walt Disney World. Purchase the book using our Amazon Affiliate link: https://amzn.to/3mjY86k or get the Collector's Edition here https://amzn.to/3yMTtyD. Visit her site PositivelyDisney.com. Half of all proceeds of the sale of this book will go to Feeding America to help feed families in our own backyards. Thanks to you, the Skull Rock Podcast is on the list of the Best 100 Disney Podcasts You Must Follow in 2021 (feedspot.com). Follow the team! Skull Rock Podcast | Facebook - Aljon Go (@aljongo) • Instagram & Dave Bossert (@dave_bossert) • Instagram - Email us: aljon@skullrockpodcast.com | dave@skullrockpodcast.com. Pre-order a signed copy of Dave's new book - Claude Coats: Walt Disney's Imagineer—The Making of Disneyland: From Toad Hall to the Haunted Mansion and Beyond - CLAUDE COATS IMAGINEER (theoldmillpress.com) Outro music "The Pirate King" composed by Jared Rehnquist/Untold Journey - Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. *Source DisneyWiki. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skullrockpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/skullrockpodcast/support

The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW)
Episode 191-Festivus And Wine

The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 31:45


The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW) Episode 191 Topic: Festivus And Wine

Journey With Me Through ADHD: A Podcast for Kids
Interview with Dr. Hallowell (Part 2)- Psychiatrist & World Authority in ADHD

Journey With Me Through ADHD: A Podcast for Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 9:34


HE'S BAAAACK!! You are all in for a treat as this episode is the 2nd of a 3-part series interview with Dr. Edward (Ned) Hallowell. In this episode, Dr. H shares in detail how our ADHD brain works differently and gives some fantastic tools and strategies too. You will be reminded of the vast imagination that comes with having ADHD, also learning that because of that imagination and attention to so many things, we often miss things that others don't. He also talks about the value of friendship/connection, which also giving wonderful advice on how we need to choose friends wisely and work on not trying to please others to "fit in!" You will hear about this and more! In case you missed the first part of the interview (episode 68) please take time to go back and listen as it is chalk full of valuable information!  As a reminder...Dr. Hallowell is a world-renowned psychiatrist who specializes in helping kids and adults with feelings and understanding how our ADHD minds work differently. He squashes the words deficit and disorder while making it clear that we carry unique traits that need to be managed and great strengths that need to be celebrated. Our racecar brains with bicycle breaks need a breaks specialist! You will learn so much from this New York Times best-selling author who has written 20 books all about different brain topics, especially ADHD. You can find his books and other resources on his website www.drhallowell.com . It was an honor to do this interview as he has been on Oprah, 20/20, and many other aired interviews! He also is the founder of Hallowell ADHD Centers in Boston, New York City, San Francisco, Palo Alto, and Seattle! He is one of the first doctors to ignite a deeper understanding of ADHD and the strength-based approach we all need to continue to foster and develop!  You can also check out Dr. H's newest podcast titled, "Dr. Hallowell's Wonderful World of Different." I'm super excited to share that I just set up a system with my publisher where you can order directly from www.katelynmabry.com and I will be able to send you a signed copy of my book, "Hi It's Me! I have ADHD!" I would absolutely love to sign and send a book to you! Order TODAY! I love each and every one of you! Have a super blessed day! I look forward to being with you again next week!

Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different
The Wonderful World of Kim Sabate

Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 31:00


This week Dr Hallowell explores some of the ways in which society can perceive people as being different, when they are actually just working to be themselve. Kim Sabate is a transgender woman who was born in the Phillipines and endured a difficult upbringing, stuck between wanting to be herself and the culture of her home at the time. Kim is incredibly open as she describes the many challenges she has faced in becoming her true self, including moving to a new country, difficult relationships and a new career.

Just A Little Torture With Mistress Victory Von Stryker

My Latest Tickle Torture Session was a Blast. Tiny Bubbles in the Air for a sub with tastes so Rare! Join Me in My Wild and Wonderful World of BDSM. Let the Games Begin. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/victory-von-stryker/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/victory-von-stryker/support

The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW)
Episode 190-Types Of Palates For Wine Drinkers

The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 29:47


The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW) Episode 190 Topic: Types Of Palates For Wine Drinkers

The Wilder Ride
TWR Listeners Lounge - Jim Dunham

The Wilder Ride

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 112:15


In this episode, Alan Sanders and Walt Murray chat with cowboy historian, performer and artist, Jim Dunham. Jim joined us back in season two as an Old West expert to help with with five episodes of Blazing Saddles. This time we wanted to get his history. Jim Dunham first became fascinated by the Old West after watching the Davy Crocket Show on The Wonderful World of Disney. The show led him to the library to read more about him and other characters from the West. By the time he was in college, he was taking acting classes and learning how to speed-draw and do gun tricks. Jim loved to learn the history of the West and soon found a job at 20th Century Fox studios performing in a Wild West Show. His career was growing when he was called to serve in the Army for a time. When he finished his service, he tried to get back into the film industry, but wasn't making any in-roads. He created a one-man show, performing all over the United States. Along the way, he would help actors with proper gun techniques. He also made himself available to help with Western screenplays. One of those just happened to be for the film, Tombstone, by Kevin Jarre. Tombstone, though still not entirely accurate, may be the closest we can get to the events leading up to and after the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. The Booth Western Art Museum Jim found his way to NW Georgia, getting hired as a special projects manager at the Booth Western Art Museum. The museum is a world-class, Smithsonian affiliate. In 2020 and 2021, it was listed as the number one art museum in the United States according to a USA Today Reader's poll. While continuing to work at the museum, Jim created a 30 minute show, recreating the OK Corral gunfight every October during the Cowboy festival. Jim still loves to tell stories, even if his draw is getting slower. At the age of 78, he still loves to entertain an audience and hopes to keep doing so for years to come. Jim can be heard every Tuesday morning at 8:40AM on WBHF radio hosting a segment called, "Stories That Won the West." After Jim's interview, Alan and Walt talked about movies for a few minutes before diving into their odd news segment. They then ended with the entertainment segment, where they discussed what they have been watching, reading and listening to. WATCHING Walt started to dive into season 3 of Lost in Space. Alan has not seen any prior seasons to which Walt told him to stop watching anything else and catch up with the show. Alan watched episode 4 of The Wheel of Time and admits he may not watch too many more if it doesn't get better. He re-watched WandaVision with his daughter and still thinks it's been the best MCU extension for the small screen. Alan also gave two thumbs up for the first two episodes of Hawkeye to drop on Disney+. He and his wife watched the 1994 remake of Miracle on 34th Street and went to the theater to see Ghostbusters Afterlife. Alan liked it, but said it wasn't as good as the first Ghostbusters movie, but far better than the sequel. As to YouTube, he suggests Ashleigh Burton, Popcorn in Bed and his newest wormhole discovery, The TRY Channel. That last one is basically Irish people simply sampling foods or beverages and reacting. READING Walt is still trying to finish, "Killing the Mob," and Alan is still trying to finish, "Dune." LISTENING Walt has started to listen to The Clip Out, a podcast by two Peloton users. He also loves the podcasts Holy Crap It's Sports with Pete Davis, The Murdaugh Murders and Radio Labyrinth. Alan reminds everyone about a new podcast called The Time Bandits Minute where he was a recent guest for minutes 4, 5 and 6. Other than that, he has been listening to Christmas music. Also, make sure you have subscribed to The Wilder Ride on your pod-catcher of choice so you will not miss a single episode! If you have not already done so, please come join our Listener's Group on Facebook. Just visit our public page and click on the button to join the group. You can learn more about us by visiting our About Us page. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Sh*t They Don’t Tell You with Nikki Limo and Steve Greene

Have you heard the whispers on the street? The murmurs in the crowd? If you concentrate, you can just barely make out a few letters: "N-F-Ts." You may be wondering to yourself, "What are they?" "Where did they come from?" "If I want to be cool, should I buy one?" For answers to these questions and more about the wild world of Non-Fungible Tokens, listen on, fellow Sh*tters. (wait, is that what STDTY fans are called?) Well, they are now. Follow the podcast on Insta: @shttheydonttellyou Follow Nikki on Insta: @NikkiLimo Follow Steve on Insta: @SteveGreeneComedy To watch the podcast on YouTube: http://bit.ly/STDTYPodYouTube Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening, or by using this link: http://bit.ly/ShtTheyDontTellYou If you want to support the show, and get all our episodes ad-free go to: https://stdty.supercast.tech/ If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be amazing! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: http://bit.ly/ShtTheyDontTellYou   To submit your questions/feedback, email us at: podcast@nikki.limo To call in with questions/feedback, leave us a voicemail at: (765) 734-0840 To visit our Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/stikki  To watch more Nikki & Steve on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/nikkilimo To check out Nikki's Jewelry Line: https://kittensandcoffee.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Journey With Me Through ADHD: A Podcast for Kids
Interview with Dr. Ned Hallowell- World Authority in ADHD

Journey With Me Through ADHD: A Podcast for Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 12:54


AHHHH! Interviewing Dr. Hallowell has been a dream of mine since starting this podcast and here is the 1st of a 3-part series of interviews with him! If you don't know him yet, Dr. Hallowell is a world-renowned psychiatrist who specializes in helping kids and adults with feelings and understanding how our ADHD minds work differently. He squashes the words deficit and disorder while making it clear that we carry unique traits that need to be managed and great strengths that need to be celebrated. Our racecar brains with bicycle breaks need a breaks specialist! You will learn so much from this New York Times best-selling author who has written 20 books all about different brain topics, especially ADHD. You can find his books and other resources on his website www.drhallowell.com . It was an honor to do this interview as he has been on Oprah, 20/20, and many other aired interviews! He also is the founder of Hallowell ADHD Centers in Boston, New York City, San Francisco, Palo Alto, and Seattle! He is one of the first doctors to ignite a deeper understanding of ADHD and the strength-based approach we all need to continue to foster and develop!  You can also check out Dr. H's newest podcast titled, "Dr. Hallowell's Wonderful World of Different." Leave a review to let me know what you think of our interview and the podcast as a whole! Have a super blessed day! Each one of you are loved and appreciated! 

The Productive Designer
#0056 - When You Know It's Time To Fire A Client - Solo episode

The Productive Designer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 24:27


Featured in this week's episode of The Productive Designer, host Crystal Collinson talks about her recent experience on firing a client. We never go into a project thinking about how and when we would need to fire a client. Join Crystal in this solo episode as she discusses her recent experience firing a client and the lessons learned. Crystal emphasizes the importance of establishing a clear direction and set of rules that can make your collaboration successful from the start right to the end. She shares that if your client is unsure of their goal, we must guide them in order to clarify the end objective. As obvious as this may be, clarifying the desired end goal upfront is so crucial, as it puts you both on the same page from the beginning.Some clients just do not communicate effectively. Their communication style may be by bombarding you with many requests that you need to complete immediately-everything is an emergency. Others do not know what they want and are unable to articulate it clearly. It is the responsibility of the project leader, to get this information out of the Client's heads and into a clear scope of work.  There is a saying “we teach people how to treat us”. This method not only sets the boundaries for the Designer and the project scope of work, but it's also the best way to meet the Client's needs and expectations. Clearly communicating a detailed process and workflow will help clients understand how the project will progress. Learning the type of client that you should or shouldn't work with, will help to hone in on the early warning signs and to know if the partnership will be a good fit or not.  The role of the business owner, you must be careful in choosing the right clients, not only for you but for your team as well. The wrong client puts a drain on time but company morale as well. Ideally, we want to address creative differences early. Firing clients should be a last resort. Establish a defined direction, set specific boundaries and deliverables upfront. So join Crystal as she shares how she's dealing with difficult client situations like to fire a client that drains your energy and motivation. Then, “Do something today that your future self will thank you for” and set a process for managing your clients and your boundaries.Resource mentioned:The Wonderful World of Difficult Clients [Infographic]

Clark Film
The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse Part 2 Review

Clark Film

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 9:19


Mickey Mouse returns yet again!

Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different
The Wonderful World of Tracy Otsuka

Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 29:08


Dr Hallowell's guest this week is Tracy Otsuka, host of the popular “ADHD for Smart Ass Women” podcast, currently at over 1 million downloads. Her Facebook group of the same name seeks to provide a strength-focused forum for women. Tracy has had a rich and varied career including practicing law, high end clothing design, and being an ADHD coach. Listen in to hear how she has used her creative strengths and why she values her ADHD brain.

Salt and Light Hour - Catholic Podcast
The Wonderful World of Benjamin Cello

Salt and Light Hour - Catholic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 57:00


This week, Deacon Ed Shoener of the Association of Catholic Mental Health Ministers tells us why every parish needs a mental health ministry. Benjamin Boivin returns with A Taste for the Common Good to tell us about Eucharistic Coherence; Mark Matthews tells us that someone is always watching us and we learn all about The Wonderful World of Benjamin Cello.

Strong Style Media
WrestleCast Radio: The Reckoning aka Episode 192

Strong Style Media

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 157:00


Ryan and Alex are BACK to discuss the Wonderful World of Wrestling! They will talk about the 3 month sabbatical and the tremendous shows witnessed in person during that time. AEW has been on fire during the course with New Arrivals and of course the Return of CM Punk. AEW has been signing wrestlers, WWE has been releasing wrestlers, ROH is revamping as a whole and Ryan will dive into the state of Wrestling in America.  Puroresu has been in tournament mode as NJPW finished their G1, NOAH completed their N-1 Victory and STARDOM continues their Cinderella venture while the guys delve into the state of Puro heading into Big Shows in just over a month. Is Katsuhiko Nakajima the Wrestler of 2021 or does it belong to Roman Reigns?  Find out the answers to these questions plus news, banter and bullsh!t (wait, is this Dynamite?) on an ALL NEW WrestleCast Radio!  

The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW)
Episode 189-Things To Know About American Wine Labels

The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 36:38


The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW) Episode 189 Topic: Things To Know About American Wine Labels

SEN Breakfast
SEN Breakfast Full Show (3/12/21)

SEN Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 115:09


Understanding the Chatham House Rules, the menu and wine list as Garry took in the Grand Final replay with his boys and how far into the family our Christmas shopping extends before Johnny from Epping (32:51), discussions around the venue for the national draft, how Tim Paine's resignation was handled and Shane Warne's criticism of the Australian set-up (39:25), Lord Ian Botham five days out from the Ashes (51:32), the Wonderful World of Wine with George Samios (1:06:20), Daisy Pearce in the studio (1:18:15), we gave away a Toyota Hilux Rugged X to our caller of the year (1:26:19), and said goodbye (1:43:14) as Garry and Tim signed off for the year.

SEN Breakfast
The Wonderful World of Wine with George Samios (3/12/21)

SEN Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 9:08


George listed his top five wines for the year, and answered your calls and texts.

Legal Nurse Podcast
473 The Wonderful World of Drugs in Anesthesia – Michelle Gaines

Legal Nurse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 37:00


In terms of drugs, the world of anesthesiology can be mystifying to the outside world. Michelle Gaines, an expert nurse anesthesiologist, breaks down different aspect of drug use in anesthesiology, from legal to illegal. She explains the delicacy of mixing drugs to bring a patient out of anesthesia and explains while, though it is rare, some patients do wake up before the surgery is complete. Though laypeople would be surprised to learn that anesthesiology, as well as other realms of medicine, use non-FDA-approved drugs, Michelle highlights the immense value of drugs that have never received that approval. She also outlines the huge cost to a pharmacy company of getting the FDA to approve a drug. She candidly reveals the extent to which those who work in anesthesiology may become addicted to certain drugs and describes the medical and legal implications of working while under a drug's influence. Michelle also describes the long and laborious process by which a practitioner who has overcome an addiction can return to practice. Michelle and Pat also discuss the “gray” area of marijuana use and its effects on anesthesia. https://youtu.be/Gv_0QASVxHE Join me in this episode of Legal Nurse Podcast to learn about a Nurse Anesthesiologist - Who is at the Head of the Bed • What can cause confusion for LNCs studying anesthesia records? • How valid is the fear of waking up while still in surgery? • Why does medicine use non-FDA-approved drugs? • What's the cause of high drug abuse in the anesthesia world? • How can this abuse impact a medical malpractice case? 3 Simple Secrets to Getting Attorneys to Notice, Remember and Hire You – and Not at Substandard Rates a FREE Masterclass with Gerry Foster In this free masterclass, you'll gain concrete tips on how to establish your brand so that you stand out. You'll get the keys to excite, delight, and ignite your market, making it easier to get new attorney clients. Here's just a sample of what we'll cover in this incredible training: How to use effective tactics to build your LNC businessYour brand: the foundation of a successful LNC business!How to ensure your clients have a clear understanding of what makes you different and better than other LNCs who could work on this case... and much, MUCH More! Click here for the replay and a special free offer. Gerry generously offered to analyze your brand and give an hour of his time to brandstorm with you – yes, you might not know that word. Gerry will get on a Zoom call with you and guide you through an assessment of your brand. And all at no charge. Your Presenter Michelle Gaines, owner of Gaines Medical Consulting , provides expert consultation in reviewing medical records and testifying expert services in anesthesia related cases. She is a practicing certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA)> She started her career as an ICU nurse in a thirty-two bed medical/surgical ICU. Within two years of beginning her career she obtained her certification in critical care nursing (CCRN) and had preceptor and charge nurse duties. She attended graduate school at the University of Kansas where she obtained her Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia. She presented her thesis, Narcotic Sparing Effects of Ketorolac in Cesarean Patients, at the annual national meeting of the AANA that year. Michelle started her career with an anesthesia group in central Texas. At that time she also taught paramedics at the associate degree level at Blinn College in Bryan, Texas . She also taught Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) to healthcare practitioners. During her twenty-six years in nurse anesthesia Michelle has worked in many different care settings including: tertiary care hospital, rural hospital, rural surgery center, suburban surgery center, suburban hospital and doctor office suites. Michelle's provider history includes delivering anesthesia for open heart surgery,

Garden Parties FC
Garden Parties FC: The wonderful world of GPFC's Calves

Garden Parties FC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 78:00


Garden Parties FC: The wonderful world of GPFC's Calves a Long Sleeve Service production --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/garden-parties-fc/support

The Secret Cabal Gaming Podcast
Episode 244: It's a Wonderful World and Designer Bodies of Work

The Secret Cabal Gaming Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 199:00


Awwwww yeah, It's Cabal Time! Today the Founders talk about the Rock Apes and Tony's new career as a Rock Ape Hunter and a bunch of games they've been playing including Cleopatra and the Society of Architects, Savannah Park, Abomination: The Heir of Frankenstein, That Time You Killed Me, Galaxy Hunters and Radlands. Then Don and Jamie jump into a feature review of It's a Wonderful World from designer Frédéric Guérard. Then Tony T wows the crowd with the greatest tabletop gaming news segment in the known universe. And finally, the gang takes a look at 5 game designers including Ryan Laukat, Uwe Rosenberg, Corey Konieczka, Martin Wallace and Stefan Feld and discusses their body of work. It's a Wonderful World Overview 01:11:06, It's a Wonderful World Review 01:14:48, News with Tony T 01:37:35, Designer Bodies of Work 02:26:45

Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different
The Wonderful World of Vivian Dunstan

Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021


Today Dr Hallowell gets the chance to go down-under in Australia where Vivian Dunstan, a devoted mother and teacher, identified her own difference as ADHD when her daughter was diagnosed. She took the diagnosis as an opportunity to bring resources and support to others through founding “ADHD Support Australia”. Describing her own experience and symptoms like “time blindness”, she demonstrates how people can harness their difference, rather than see it as a deficit. She is driven by a desire to bring success to others with ADHD and show people how changing their perspective can bring positive outcomes. We hope you enjoy this fun and informative conversation.

Damit With Beaver
Ep 59 What a Wonderful World

Damit With Beaver

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 54:51


Louis Armstrong said it best, it is a wonderful world. Hear why, #RandomActsOfKindness and contest time!

The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW)
Episode 188-Bottle Shock, Lead And The Roman Empire

The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 28:53


The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW) Episode 188 Topics: Bottle Shock Lead And The Roman Empire

Sharing Insights Podcast: Exploring Permaculture, Homesteads, & Community in Costa Rica
018 Regenerative Land Management (Season 1 Recap, Part 4)

Sharing Insights Podcast: Exploring Permaculture, Homesteads, & Community in Costa Rica

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 17:22


Regenerative Land Management * This blog contains a few links to products on Amazon.com I've found useful. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from any purchases you make through these links. It's a great way to support the show while greening up your lifestyle. Our earned commissions won't cost you a dime!   Hello and welcome to Part 4 of a 6-part recap series. It's been a humbling exercise to keep up with all the fun stuff that comes with producing a podcast. Creating new episodes is only one of them.   Interviewing a bunch of rebel back-to-the-landers was a pretty attractive introduction to the idea of starting a podcast and getting good ideas out in the open.  I've loved it and am excited to release the other episodes that I have edited and waiting for you.      Doing these recap episodes, however, has been another kind of adventure.     Don't get me wrong; it's been an invaluable practice for me to do these reviews.  I feel like I'm getting out of this podcasting adventure the education that I was looking for.    All the same, creating audio content from a screen full of notes that you've taken from what other people have said is a lot more difficult than just speaking off the cuff. We humans are intrinsically a part of the planet we live on, and we're as inseparable from it as we are intertwined with its other expressions of lifeforms we co-exist with.  We are all composed of recycled molecules that we cyclically share with bacteria, viruses, other creatures, and the soil itself.   There are plenty of religions that tell the story of how we came from the soil, and to the soil, we return.  Yet we continue to tell ourselves and teach our children, the egoic myths that lead most people to think that we can somehow live healthfully, independent from healthy soil, not to mention the life-enriching variety of other earth dwellers that we share it with.   It's imperative for us to weave our inherent interconnection with the rest of our planet's existence back into our culture. We're all part of an organic planet. Like the unimaginable number of different cells that we need for our bodies to function properly, our planet (our larger self) needs its cellular diversity to remain intact and cared for.  Like us, when the planet loses significant parts of its functioning body, imbalances occur that can be much more difficult to return from than if things were already in a more relative state of balance. This episode is all about land management and what we've learned from those who've been doing the work and measuring their results.  Building healthy soil is one of the most important things that any of us could be doing right now. I'm going to say it again; a healthy humanity depends on healthy soil.   I'm going to be a little honest with you. I'm not the plant guy of the family. I  enjoy planting things here and there, and I love preparing food with fresh harvest from the garden, but  I'm generally not the guy you can rely on to keep a seedling alive long enough to transplant it or make sure the fertilization schedule stays current.     This episode was a bit of a challenge for me to get into. I've had to shed a bit of my imposter syndrome to be talking to a bunch of plant-enthusiasts about something that I know very little about, compared to them. At the same time, that's the theme of this entire podcast.  While I certainly have a fair share of things I've learned and can teach newcomers to the farm, this has been my season to humble down, take notes and be a student.   Let's see what that's looked like.    I've divided this episode into three sections. First, we'll talk about the planning stages of land management, followed by a recap of some of our guests' soil-building tips.  Lastly, we'll wrap it up with some insights they've learned from working with the plants themselves.   Let's jump in... It all starts with a good design. Justin Dolan learned a valuable lesson about doing your due diligence and having your land surveyed. While he strongly recommends doing so before buying your property, it worked out to his advantage when he disputed his neighbor's practice of spraying herbicides too close to his gardens.  A little investigation taught him that what they both thought was the neighboring golf course's road, was actually on his side of the property line.  The circumstance drove the golf-course developer toward unexpected production costs, leading them to sell the property to Justin at a low-enough price that Justin was able to take it on and turn it into what's become the country club's 18-hole permaculture disk-golf course.     In telling his story, Justin recommends that when negotiating your land purchase, you can often get the seller of your new property to share the costs of that assessment.   Justin also recommends hiring someone to do a biodiversity study, upon buying it, to educate yourself on what you have living on your property.  How cool would it be to have a customized bird-watching laminate card for you and your visitors to relate to your neighboring critters with!?   He says that “real” country clubs should be taking care of the countryside.  What a concept!   Water management is a crucial element to focus on, for any land project.  Amidst that is to give sufficient focus on how we manage our wastewater.  Justin's greywater and blackwater systems are built to bioremediate toxins.    Bioremediation is a process where certain plants break down the molecular structure of certain toxins, transforming them into inert matter.   The methods he uses make both economic and ecological sense.  Some of the plants he uses include planting lana, hemp, fungus, and oysters to filter the water. He says that hemp is an ideal product to feed with these wastewaters.  He also uses plastic bottles filled with biochar to further filter out pathogens.   Esteban Acosta was another guest who's put some significant thought into optimizing greywater and blackwater.  His biodigester systems have been refined to a point where they produce cooking gas, by fermenting the kitchen and bathroom wastes produced from a small residential home!     The price of gas keeps going up, folks.  Investing in a design that can give you free fuel while creating garden fertilizer is an investment seriously worth considering, especially if you're still in the process of building or designing a new home.   One thing that Justin expressed that stuck with me was that if you design your communal spaces to be beautiful, people will want to protect and contribute to them.     Justin has an infectious enthusiasm for using his property as a living seed bank. He encourages us to share and propagate as many different seeds as we can find.    Like Nico Botefur from Essence Arenal, Justin encourages us to plant our houses by putting bamboo in the ground as early as possible. He boasts that it's like printing your own money.  Seeing the price you can pay for prepared bamboo canes in some places, I'd say he's right.Nico further reminds us to plant plenty of it and use it liberally in ways that the bamboo poles can be replaced easily. It's a renewable resource that can be fun to work with once you get the hang of it. At Finca La Isla, Peter Kring has designed his food forests in an impressively systematic way. His property is designed as a network of crisscrossing rainforest corridors that frame out a series of 1-3 acre lots. Each of these lots has a themed collection of fruit trees and exotic palms planted within them.  That way, the wildlife can pass through his property freely, and while he loses some quantity of food to these neighboring critters, they contribute to the health of the soil, and therefore trees, in very beneficial ways. The key's just to plant more trees!   His neighbor, Terry Lillian Newton, invites us to try and let go of our attachments to what we think the property should be and learn to appreciate its innate essence.   Terry reminds us that if you want to have horses, plan for plenty of open space and a diversity of grasses, herbs, fruits, and flowers. Plant them all around their grazing areas or along the perimeter. She recommends learning more about this method in a book called Paddock Paradise, by Jamie Jackson. Building Healthy Soil Switching over now to the topic of building healthy soil, we'll start with Ed Bernhardt, the guy who refers to the back-to-the-land movement as a “silent revolution.” Ed refers to himself as a deep ecologist who aims to live with the land rather than on it.   Ed provides us with several great recipes for making valuable items like fast compost, his “kombucha for the plants,” a kitchen-made insecticide that's suitable for chewing insects, and even a biosand water filter.  We've made a PDF with these recipes outlined out for you. You can find a link to it in the transcripts of this episode, as well as in the show notes of Ed's Episode (#002.)   Ed also reminds us to do what we can to recycle our waste. Shredding newspaper and food scraps into compost is a great start.  If you live in an urban environment, you can look into buying Compost Drums or Worm Bins to make transforming your trash into treasure, faster and tidier.   Justin Dolan makes his bokashi microorganisms in his livestock corral and uses his animals to mix it.  The process adds nutrients to the mix while creating beneficial bacteria that eat pathogens in the corral. Making bokashi in the animal corals and spraying a tea version of it around the coral keeps it disinfected and smelling great.    In Justin's bokashi-production video, we also looked at his method of sustaining moisture and nutrients in the soil by creating Biochar.  He digs a big hole, about  2x3 meters wide and a meter or so deep, and fills it with wood waste. He ignites it, covers it with a dense layer of palm leaves with some sand on top, and leaves it to smolder. He comes back the next day to remove the leaves, and he's left with a pit full of biochar - enough for the whole year!   His extra touch comes when he removes the biochar. He fills the hole back up with wood to make a hugelkultur bed.  Hugelkultur is this great method of mounting up wood logs and covering it with dirt.  That dirt is planted on, and the wood underneath goes through a slow decomposition process, providing long-term fertilizer for the garden.   Peter Kring mimics nature in the ways he applies mulch to his food forests.  He mulches heavily around the dripline of the trees, adding biochar and manure to the mulch.  That way, the biochar-inoculated-mulch bed slowly covers the area as the trees develop.   Peter also adds micro-organisms to the mix during wet times of the year. For more efficient use in your dripline applications, he recommends harvesting mulch from a nearby forest floor and hydrating it to extract the beneficial microorganisms before applying.   When taking harvest from our trees, he encourages us to put something back for the tree to continue to thrive.  Find out what minerals each tree needs and create a schedule of application.  It doesn't have to be a heavy fertilizing regiment.  A bit of calcium carbonate (or rock phosphate) mixed with some manure and worm compost can be very effective.  He recommends making it in large quantities and then adding your biomass, biochar, and micro-organisms, as needed, throughout the year.   For more information on biochar, Peter recommends checking out the documentary The Secret Of Eldorado - TERRA PRETA, on YouTube.   Esteban's businesses, Sembrando Flores and Viogaz, focus primarily on soil improvement.  Esteban has proven again and again that Biodynamic-preparation applications significantly improve commercial-scale coffee and wine production.   In his practice of working with other landowners, he teaches those coming from a more conventional background and don't trust organic methods to consider replacing a small percentage of their fertilizers with compost to start.  That way, they can measure the results and make decisions from there.   He encourages us to grow our biomass precisely where we want to plant our gardens and trees in the coming year. He primarily uses plants like Macuna & Mexican sunflower for this task. Plant it heavily where you want to plant, and chop it back just before it goes to seed.   This practice aligns with Esteban's approach of setting up conditions where the soil can feed itself. Healthy-soil biology largely replaces the need for soil amendments.  He recommends using small amounts of high-quality compost with high quantities of cheap biomass grown on the fields. Simply apply compost tea on top of the biomass. His Biogas installations provide multiple yields of gas & liquid fertilizer in quantities that can allow you to apply an abundance of that tea weekly, or even daily.   In Nico's YouTube video, he uses the water from his tilapia ponds to drain directly into his biomass pile, which composts down and is moved to the gardens for top mulching. He also has hoses to inoculate his garden beds with the tilapia pond water.  Nico shares the opinion of many of our guests of how building soil should be the #1 priority when starting a new project.    Now, onto the Wonderful World of Plants   My first guest, Suzanna Leff of Finca Amrta, is as passionately connected to her gardens as anyone I've met.  Planting and processing harvest are some of her favorite tactics for helping her volunteers experience the magical qualities of life. In Finca Amrta's farm tour video, one of her volunteers describes how they grow their vanilla beans by gently helping each flower pollinate itself.  So cool!   Ed Berhardt shared a valuable insight when he pointed out that many medicinal herbs often tolerate shade, making them great to plant near the house or amidst tall trees.   One of the most exciting things I've learned from Ed occurred when I went to his place a few years ago, and he taught me how to propagate bamboo by cutting down a culm and creating several 1-meter-long portions from the upper third of the cane.  You cut each piece so that it has at least four nodes.  In between each node, you cut a small square out of one side of the culm - big enough for rainwater to get to it.     You plant the cane laying down lengthwise, half in the soil, with the open windows exposed to the elements.  As the culm fills with water and hydrates, it'll send roots down at each of the nodes, as well as shoots that'll begin to climb to the sky.  It takes a little longer to get going than if you just dig out a more mature shoot from the side of a clump, but it requires much less effort.   Besides the hemp & lana that Justin uses for his blackwater bioremediation, he also uses Mexican Sunflower, a plant that he and Esteban use for Green Manure.   Another one of his favorites to plant around is a bush called Miracle Fruit.  He says that it's an excellent food for people with diabetes.  This miracle fruit removes your ability to taste the acidic qualities of the foods you eat afterward.  This results in sour foods like lemons and vinegar tasting sweet!  It's a great way to satisfy a sweet tooth with non-sweet foods!   Justin likes to play with different plants to create microclimates for other plants and his living spaces.  He uses vining plants to cool down the walls of his house and also uses them to create trellised wind-breaks or dappled shade for more delicate foods. He encourages us to rearrange our perspectives on what medicine is, or can be. He sets the example of planting herbs as a living first aid kit all around and outside your home.   He also encourages us to plant things like neem, hombre grande, madero negro, garlic, and chili, to be used as ingredients for natural pest control. In some cases, it might even be worth importing some beneficial insects like the praying mantis or ladybugs to eat more invasive species like ants and mites. Besides, who wouldn't love to see more praying mantises and ladybugs around, right?   While he recommends that we remove weak and dying plants to keep insects away, he also reminds us that intentionally stressing plants can build resilience in some cases.   Peter Kring is another master gardener who turned out to be a treasure trove of tips.  Most notably, he recommends that most fruiting trees should be pruned after their fruiting cycles.  You have to do your homework, though.  Some fruits, like rambutan, can be pruned back as much as 2 meters, while others, like the mangosteen, don't like to be pruned at all.   Peter's nursery operation consists primarily of grafted durian, chompadek, and other exotic fruits that produce better quality fruits faster when they're propagated as a graft.  As he explains in his YouTube video on the topic, it can shave several years off the time you might have to wait for the tree to bear mature fruits.   Another little tip that he gave us is that if you mix the variety of durian trees you plant in an area, they'll pollinate each other, and the diversity will increase your harvest seasons. I've seen similar things done with avocados.   While, like me, Lynx Guimond may not necessarily be Sailcargo's go-to plant-management guy, the tour we took on his farm really blew me away.  There are far more foods that can be planted near the beach than I ever imagined.  For any properties that need to conserve water, he's demonstrated, yet again, that greywater filtration is a powerful way to water your gardens in a nutrient-rich way.   I'll leave you with one final tip that I've picked up from my own land management learnings. It's in alignment with the principle often described as Value the Marginal. While planting food has its obvious value and importance, don't skimp on the pollinators.  We need to plant pretty things. If not for ourselves and the aesthetic pleasure of our guests, we need a diversity of flowers in our gardens to attract the ever-vigilant birds and bees that make our gardens an Eden.   With that, my friends, I bid you a wonderful rest of your day.  Remember to subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already, so you'll get notified when I eventually release our next episode on natural and sustainable construction methods.Until then, Go find a seed and plant it somewhere lovely!   P.S: Besides leaving a rating and review or sharing the show with someone who'd like it, you can support the show and yourself by visiting our Support the Show page. There, you'll find an array of helpful information, links, and products that I thought you might find useful.  Check it out! Music: Rite of Passage by Kevin MacLeod  Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4291-rite-of-passage  License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ --------------------------------------- Download your FREE guide to Permaculture Living, at: https://sharinginsights.net/permaculture-lifestyle-ebook/  

Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different
The Wonderful World of Kristen Seymour

Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 29:21


This week Dr Hallowell talks with Kristen Seymour. Kristin shares how she has been working as a nurse practitioner with patients suffering from heart and vascular concerns, but of late her passion has shifted towards those who think differently. Kristin's passion for ADHD was catalyzed forward through authoring a book on ADHD, The Fog Lifted A Clinician's Victorious Journey With ADHD. Kristin's own experience of living with ADHD has proven to be the best source of wisdom for her to offer others. She shares about the pros and cons of having ADHD, how sometimes the best parts can also be the worst. From having quick wit, to being extremely innovative, and caring about other people, Kristin sheds light on the different aspects these qualities can bring to people's lives.

TCBCast: An Unofficial Elvis Presley Fan Podcast
TCBCast 193: Nashville '71 feat. Bec Wyles

TCBCast: An Unofficial Elvis Presley Fan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 129:13


Justin is joined this week by special guest co-host Bec Wyles! They talk a little bit about her history and perspective as an international Elvis fan, then jump right into the deep end with a look back at the Nashville 1971 sessions, as featured in the recently released "Back in Nashville" set by Sony Legacy. (We STRONGLY recommend picking up or listening to this collection on your platform of choice!) These sessions resulted in Elvis's Grammy-award winning "He Touched Me" album, the perennial holiday favorite "The Wonderful World of Christmas," a substantial portion of the 1973 album "Elvis," and a number of singles. In context, the sessions also reveal Elvis hard at work on a folk/country album concept that never quite materialized. Then, for Song of the Week, Bec dips back in the previous Nashville sessions from 1970 with Dallas Frazier & Doodle Owens's sweeping country belter "Where Did They Go, Lord?" Justin, with some pep and a double step, goes all in on "Plantation Rock," the infamous song deleted from 1962's "Girls! Girls! Girls!" - but is there more nuance to be uncovered behind its history than expected at face value?  Let us know what you think of Bec on the show! A MINOR CORRECTION: "Plantation Rock" was first officially released on A Legendary Performer, Volume 4 in 1983. Thanks to Gurdip and Tony Plews for this correction. And of course, if you enjoy TCBCast, please consider supporting us with a donation at Patreon.com/TCBCast. If you are unable to support us via Patreon, but want to support us another way, please make sure to leave a positive review or mention our show to another like-minded music history and movie enthusiast.

BibleProject
What the Bible's Authors Took for Granted – Paradigm E10

BibleProject

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 70:38


Have you ever figured out halfway through a conversation that you and another person were on totally different pages? Reading the Bible can feel like this at times. We're all products of our cultures, families, and environments, and it affects how we understand others. In this episode, Tim, Jon, and Carissa prepare us for a cross-cultural conversation with the Bible by discussing the cultural values of the biblical authors.View full show notes from this episode →Timestamps Part one (00:00-13:20)Part two (13:20-25:30)Part three (25:30-41:15)Part four (41:15-48:00)Part five (48:00-59:45)Part six (59:45-1:10:33)Referenced ResourcesThe Biblical Cosmos: A Pilgrim's Guide to the Weird and Wonderful World of the Bible, Robin A. ParryApostle of the Crucified Lord: A Theological Introduction to Paul and His Letters, Michael J. GormanPaul and the Gift, John M.G. BarclayInterested in more? Check out Tim's library here.Show Music “Defender (Instrumental)” by TENTS“Scream” by Moby“Euk's First Race” by David Gummel“Where Peace and Rest Are Found” by Greyflood“Mood” by Lemmino“A New Year” by Scott BuckleyShow produced by Cooper Peltz. Edited by Dan Gummel, Zach McKinley, and Frank Garza. Show notes by Lindsey Ponder. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.

The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW)
Episode 187-Thanksgiving Food And Wine What To Serve With The Bird 2021

The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 35:52


The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW) Episode 187 Topic: Thanksgiving Food And Wine What To Serve With The Bird 2021

SEN Breakfast
The Wonderful World of Wine with George Samios (19/11/21)

SEN Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 19:35


George was in the studio to pick out wines for an Australian Christmas, share what will be on his family's table, respond to your requests for pairings, and more.

Good Deeds Note Investing Podcast
A Glimpse Into The Wonderful World Of Note Investing

Good Deeds Note Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 45:09


Are you interested in joining the world of note investing? You can learn here by joining Jamie Bateman and Chris Seveney as they talk about different aspects and their own experiences on the space. Learn how to look for opportunities, when to scale, when to step back, and what to do when things slow down. You have to set clear goals and have the proper mindset to scale in this industry. Take your time and gradually crawl your way up with your note business. Start here for some insights!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://7einvestments.com/podcast/

Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different
The Wonderful World of Gillie Richards & Rosemary Thomson

Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 20:30


In today's episode, Dr. Hallowell is joined by two super talented female artists who came together to tell a story. The filmmaker, Gillie Richards, had the vision, while Rosemary Thomson, a renowned symphony orchestra conductor with ADHD had the story. What happened, though, was totally unexpected. From the challenges that Rosemary overcomes while Gillian makes discoveries of her own that she did not see coming. Listen as the women describe their experiences working together and creating the film "Shiny Objects", along with the things they did not expect to learn or experience. Ending with Dr. Hallowell asking some questions about their experiences and opinions on their own difference and difference in general.

Skull Rock Podcast
Richard Kraft, Producer/Director of Disney Musicals and Working with Legends

Skull Rock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 103:11


Dave Bossert & Aljon Go chat with Richard Kraft about his career in music, management, directing, and producing. The duo also discusses the recent Disney+ Day reveals. Kraft is the co-owner of Kraft-Engel Management, one of the world's leading agencies specializing in representing film, theatre, television, and video game composers, songwriters, and music supervisors. Kraft-Engel clients have been nominated for 77 Academy Awards and have won 17 Academy Awards. Richard was the director and producer of the highly acclaimed Disney's The Little Mermaid in Concert at The Hollywood Bowl which premiered in 2016 starring Sara Bareilles, Rebel Wilson, Tituss Burgess, Darren Criss, and John Stamos and returned to The Hollywood Bowl again in 2019 starring Lea Michele, Harvey Fierstein, Cheech Marin, and Peter Gallagher. Richard has also directed and produced shows at the Hollywood Bowl including Disney's Beauty and the Beast starring Zooey Deschanel, Rebel Wilson, Taye Diggs, Kelsey Grammer, and Jane Krakowski, La La Land, and Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory starring John Stamos, Ingrid Michaelson, Finn Wolfhard, and “Weird Al” Yankovic. He also directed Alan Menken's one-man show A Whole New World of Alan Menken and he directed and produced Evil Dead Live in Concert: A Halloween Experience which premiered at The Theatre at Ace Hotel. Richard is also the executive producer of the ABC TV special The Wonderful World of Disney: Little Mermaid Live starring Auli'i Cravalho, Queen Latifah, and Shaggy. Prior to starting his own company in 1991, Richard was an agent at ICM and started his career working with several of his musical heroes such as Jerry Goldsmith, Elmer Bernstein, and Henry Mancini. Kraft once ran Varese Sarabande Records where he executive produced over 150 soundtrack albums. His award-winning feature-length documentary, Finding Kraftland played at over 75 film festivals around the world. He is also an über-Disney fan whose That's From Disneyland! exhibit and auction garnered great attention and money for charity. *Learn more at Kraft-Engel Management. Follow the team! Skull Rock Podcast | Facebook - Aljon Go (@aljongo) • Instagram & Dave Bossert (@dave_bossert) • Instagram - Email us: aljon@skullrockpodcast.com | dave@skullrockpodcast.com. Pre-order a signed copy of Dave's new book - Claude Coats: Walt Disney's Imagineer—The Making of Disneyland: From Toad Hall to the Haunted Mansion and Beyond - CLAUDE COATS IMAGINEER (theoldmillpress.com) Outro music "The Pirate King" composed by Jared Rehnquist/Untold Journey - Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. *Source waltdisney.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/skullrockpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/skullrockpodcast/support

The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW)
Episode 186-Bitterness, Harvest Labor

The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 24:26


The Wonderful World of Wine (WWW) Episode 186 Topics: Bitterness Harvest Labor

Live Hour on WNGL Archangel Radio
Episode 382: LACM_Friday_Tom McDonald_Benjamin Wolaver_Fr Patrick Gilbreath

Live Hour on WNGL Archangel Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 50:57


Tom McDonald previewed Finch, starring Tom Hanks, airing on Apple Plus. Benjamin Wolaver shared about his family's faith based children's show, "The Wonderful World of Benjamin Cello" Fr Patrick Gilbreath provided our Sunday Gospel reflection for the 33rd week in ordinary time. 

Fill Me In
Fill Me In #320: Walter assistant.

Fill Me In

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 104:52


This week, Ryan and Brian christen a new boat, and dedicate at least 53% of the show to a chat with its captain. Included: Shakespeare, sandwich tacos, long German words, a wee bit of baseball, a full week of New York Times crosswords, and our latest contest crossword at https://bit.ly/fmi319con. Stuff to click: The Book of St. Albans What's Up with Those Long German Words? Mohonk's Wonderful World of Words Weekend Ben Zimmer's other podcast, WSJ crossword, and 7x crossword If you get bored, write something for the Fill Me In wiki. And if you're feeling philanthropic, donate to our Patreon. We shout out the names of our patrons on the first new episode of each month! Do you enjoy our show? Actually, it doesn't matter! Please consider leaving us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts. This will help new listeners find our show, and you'll be inducted into the Quintuple Decker Turkey Club. Drop us a note or a Tweet or a postcard or a phone call — we'd love to hear from you. Helpful links: Apple Podcasts link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fill-me-in/id1364379980 Google Play link: https://player.fm/series/fill-me-in-2151002 Amazon/Audible link: https://www.amazon.com/item_name/dp/B08JJRM927 RSS feed: http://bemoresmarter.libsyn.com/rss Contact us: Email (fmi@bemoresmarter.com) / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Google Voice (315-510-9892) We're putting these words here to help with search engine optimization. We don't think it will work, but you probably haven't read this far, so it doesn't matter: baseball, crossword, crosswords, etymology, game, hunt, movies, musicals, mystery, oscar, pizza, puzzle, puzzles, soup, trivia, words

The Tim Faller Show
Ep.171: The Wonderful World of Job Descriptions with Jackie Shaw

The Tim Faller Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 41:42


The perception of job descriptions being tedious and sometimes unnecessary is a view that many of us fall victim to.  Host Tim Faller sees this all too often and even notices that it is something that typically falls through the cracks of a business.  Guest Jackie Shaw joins this episode to share the importance of... The post Ep.171: The Wonderful World of Job Descriptions with Jackie Shaw appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.

FLAUNT! Build Your Dreams, Live Your Sparkle
Life Hacks with Lora – A Reverse Interview With Amie Mangola-Soler

FLAUNT! Build Your Dreams, Live Your Sparkle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 56:28


Have you ever listened to this (or any) podcast and thought, “I have so many other questions! I wish I could sit down with the host and pick her brain for a while!” That's exactly what's happening here! Join Lora as she sits down with Amie Mangola-Soler for a reverse interview, where Amie picks Lora's brain about a wide variety of things! Top take-a-ways: Why so many people want to make drastic life changes right now, and how you can move into your desires without totally and irreparably upending your life. How does a person really come back after a major upset, with their head held high, and face life again? Stories of two, real-life experiences of meeting Jesus What happens after you die – for real! Before leaving to have and raise her family, Amie Mangola-Soler was a singer, songwriter, and former radio producer and morning co-host at America's largest country radio station in Los Angeles. Check out Amie's music here: Mary Did You Know, (Just in time for the holidays!) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8hy63JzEtI Maybe he Will Notice Her Now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSnsThBGmWA and What a Wonderful World: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_c9KK2R3az8 Lora Cheadle is an infidelity survivor who uses the concepts in burlesque to help women reclaim their identity and self-worth after betrayal so they can move forward with confidence, embrace their sexy, and create a life they love! Untangle yourself from the past, release judgment, and uncover the power, beauty, and joy that's been inside you all along. All with a wink and a smile! Download your Sparkle After Betrayal Recovery Guide at www.NakedSelfWorth.com and start reclaiming yourself and your life today! Learn more at www.loracheadle.com and follow me across all social!

The Organic Gardening Podcast
33: November - climate change gardening plus the wonderful world of bees

The Organic Gardening Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 56:42


How can gardeners can mitigate climate change? And looking at bees with new eyes, with specialist Jean Vernon.

Fresh Baked Presents...
What can we infer from the Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage Refurbishment project?

Fresh Baked Presents...

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 66:08


On this week's show, Disneyland pros, David and Ronn take a speculative dive into a sizzling Disney topic. The Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage Refurbishment Project.What does this refurbishment tell us about the future of the attraction and Tomorrowland? Is just paint and polish? Are they adding anything new to the experience? New scenes? New practical elements? New projections?  Timeframe to refurbish Tomorrowland?What area of the Parks we would reimagine if we were Imagineers? Who are some of our favorite Disney characters? What can be done with the Launch Bay today and in the future?Plus, we remember, celebrate, and honor The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, The Wonderful World of Disney show featuring Tower of Terror, Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck's debut in China, and Walt's 1955 Tomorrowland dedication plaque, in this week in Disney history. All this and the big reveal of our Top 5 Things at Either Park We've Never Done or Experienced, and more!