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Best Scott Kerr podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Scott Kerr podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The Luxury Item is a podcast on the business of luxury, and the people and companies that are shaping the future of the luxury industry. Join marketing and brand expert Scott Kerr for insightful discussions with decision makers, entrepreneurs, and innovators on topics that matter most for the global luxury industry. The show will shine a spotlight on the challenges that are creating a new competitive landscape in the luxury sector. You'll get valuable insights and takeaways that will hopeful ...
 
If your job sucks, your boss is Michael Scott and your commute is a pure hell, you have found a home with The Working Experience podcast. John and Matt dissect the modern-day slavery of cubicle life in a self-deprecating humorous way like 2 soulless office drones…oh, and we also interview people who have lived through the madness of working a job…and some ironically enjoy the pain! Join us on our 40-year career journey as we put a soul deadening spotlight on the insanity of ‘work’
 
Our Goal’s to Help Change the World by Helping YOU to Shine Bright! Now one of the top self-help & spirituality shows in 185 countries w/a new inspirational, motivational, spiritual, Law of Attraction or health-oriented guest DAILY! Plus guided meditations! After overcoming 2 near-death accidents, Host Michael Sandler felt a calling to start a life-changing show to help you live the life of your dreams! Guests Include Dr, Joe Dispenza, Bob Proctor, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Pam Grout, Anthony ...
 
Join Bill Kerr on a wild romp through philosophy, science, health, travel, mindfulness, Game Of Thrones, NBA and other relatively unconnected topics. We want to tell interesting and important stories. Join us on this journey. Taking on philosophy through the eyes of an idiot. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Significant changes in labor demographics and advances in technology are leading to a remarkable transformation in how companies organize work and define what a “worker” is. The ramifications of reimagining work are far-reaching and, likely, irreversible. See the rise of the gig economy as just one example of this dynamic. For companies, these changes signal the dawn of the radically-agile workforce: a talent strategy built on the ability to access the right people—and skills—inside or outsi ...
 
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Some of our major theatres are wrapped in pink today as part of the #missinglivetheatre campaign. Designer Tom Piper talks about the project.Novelist Sara Collins and actor Daniel York Loh make up our Friday Review panel. They’ve watched the newly released recording of the smash hit musical Hamilton, written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, which allows view…
 
We are bravely continuing with our mini audio series called The Working Experience Masterclass – focused on advice to master a skill, improve your life, and conquer work. Each podcast is short, roughly 10 minutes of actionable advice to push you forward in the game of life. On this episode we give you detailed advice on how to become an Idea Machin…
 
If you ever wanted to reinvent yourself, your life, or make great changes, then do we have the big shift show for you. Today we’ll talk about stepping back, seeing the big picture, challenging yourself, and making the shifts you need to step forward into the new you, even if life isn’t just daisies. Additional Resources: www.InspireNationUniversity…
 
The new Australian TV thriller series The Secrets She Keeps. Felicity Ward reviews the BBC One drama about two women due to give birth on the same day, but whose pregnancies are not quite what they seem.Former culture minister Ed Vaizey considers the government's approach to the current challenges facing the performing arts.Director and writer Fyza…
 
Kevin is joined by The Ringer’s Danny Kelly and Kaelen Jones to list their tiers of teams that could win the Super Bowl in 2020 and break down what those teams need to do to get there. They begin by discussing the Chiefs, 49ers, Ravens, and Saints before talking about the fringe teams that could make the leap this season. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: D…
 
Werner Herzog has made over 70 films, from the ambitious feature film Fitzcarraldo to the documentary Grizzly Man. From Los Angeles he discusses his latest project, Family Romance LLC, a fictional film set in Tokyo about a real company that loans out actors to impersonate family members or imitation friends ‘to create illusions to make clients’ liv…
 
Dr, Conn, Professor of History at Miami University, asserts that learning and interpreting history is essential to understanding current events by putting them into context. We tend to think that certain things have always just been "that way". However, if we understand why things are the way they are, maybe we can make improvements. For more conte…
 
If you’ve ever wanted more happiness during this exceptionally trying time, then do we have the Neurodharma show for you. Today I’ll be talking with Dr. Rick Hanson, neuro-psychologist, brain expert, and the best-selling author of “Hardwiring Happiness”, “Just One Thing”, “The Buddha’s Brain”, “Resilient”, and his latest incredibly peaceful and enl…
 
Kevin Kwan, author of the Crazy Rich Asians novels, which was adapted into the hit film of 2018, talks about his new book Sex and Vanity, a satire set in the worlds of uber-rich New York and Capri, and is an homage to EM Forster’s A Room with a View.Annilese Miskimmon, the new Artistic Director of English National Opera, discusses her first project…
 
Kevin is joined by Ringer staff writer Tyler Tynes to break down Cam Newton’s signing with the New England Patriots. They talk about why this deal works for everybody involved, what this season could mean for the rest of Cam’s career, and the biggest misconceptions about the star quarterback (0:05). Later, Ringer staff writer Danny Kelly joins the …
 
We give our instant reactions to the Patriots signing Cam Newton and discuss how Bill Belichick pulled this off, the financial details of Newton's contract, and how Cam changes New England’s offensive scheme and overall potential in 2020. Host: Danny Heifetz Guest: Tyler Tynes and Nora PrinciottiBy The Ringer
 
If you’ve ever wanted to change the future through the scientifically proven power of your mind, then do we have the Real Magic show for you. Today I’ll be talking with Dr. Dean Radin, Chief Scientist at The Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS), author/co-author of over 250 technical and popular articles, three dozen book chapters or more, three boo…
 
Michael Palin on staging a version of Beckett’s Waiting For Godot to raise money for The Royal Theatre Fund - and what else he’s been doing during lockdown.We round up the week's big arts stories. The Last of Us Part II is one of the most highly anticipated games for a generation. Part I was an unexpected hit, praised for bringing the storytelling …
 
If you’ve ever want to be more empowered and feel better about yourself, then do we have the I am Enough show for you! Today I’ll be talking with best-selling author Marisa Peer, named Best British Therapist by Men’s Health Magazine, the creator of the Instant Transformational Therapy and the author of a brilliant new book, on reframing your mind, …
 
Redundancies at the Theatre Royal Plymouth - over 100 jobs have been announced at risk as income falls by over 90 per cent due to the pandemic. We hear about the devastating impact on staff and the region, the threat to the theatre’s existence, and the warning bell it sounds to the future of theatre across the country.Stuart Evers on his new novel,…
 
Kevin is joined by The Ringer’s Danny Kelly and PFF’s Sam Monson to discuss how to identify the best player in the NFL and how a player's position factors into the conversation. Then, they each offer up their selections for the best player in the league, best quarterback, and best player not in the conversation this year who will be next year. Host…
 
The Holberg Prize is awarded annually to a scholar who has made outstanding contributions to research in the arts and humanities, social sciences, law or theology. This year the 6 million Norwegian kroner prize (approximately £500,000) has been awarded to the British-Canadian art historian Professor Griselda Pollock who the judges described as “the…
 
If you’ve ever struggled with fear in your life, then do we have the UnAfraid show for you. Today I’ll be talking with Reverend Adam Hamilton, the senior pastor of the 20,000 member Church of the Resurrection and the best-selling author of 25 books including his latest, a stunningly beautiful look at fear, UnAfraid. And that’s just what I want to t…
 
The arts world is facing a “cultural catastrophe” with the impact of Covid-19 leading to the loss of an annual revenue of £74 billion according to one report along with warnings of 400,000 jobs lost. But does this terrible crisis also provide an opportunity to rethink the arts world? Frances Morris, Director of Tate Modern, Amanda Parker, Editor of…
 
Alan Bennett's Talking Heads have been remade for television decades after the original series. Alongside two brand new monologues, ten episodes have been re-created with actors including Jodie Comer, Sarah Lancashire and Lucian Msamati. Theatre critic Sam Marlowe reviews these socially distanced dramas, and actor Lisa Dwan joins her to discuss the…
 
If you’ve ever wanted to know what in the world is going on with the world, according to the stars, then do we have the show for you. Today I’ll be talking with Dr. Michael Lennox, psychologist, dream expert, astrologer, and the creator of the Daily Astro Alert. And that’s just what I want to talk with him about today, about what’s going on this su…
 
'Poem 4' by Catullus, a version of Peter Whigham's translation, edited by the reader. The original translation was first published in 'The Poems of Catullus: A Bilingual Edition' Penguin Books, 1966. A transcript can be found at https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=6v23i9HMoB0C&lpg=PA52&dq=The%20poems%20of%20catullus%204%20My%20bean-pod%20boat%20you…
 
Rebel Wilson discusses her new TV series Last One Laughing, where ten comedians are locked in room and if they laugh they get kicked out. The last one standing wins a big cash prize. The death was announced today of the actor Sir Ian Holm. Theatre critic Michael Billington pays tribute.Bob Dylan has just released a new album, Rough and Rowdy Ways. …
 
We are trying a new audio series called The Working Experience Masterclass – focused on advice to master a skill, improve your life, and conquer work. Each podcast is short, roughly 10 minutes of actionable advice to push you forward in the game of life. The inaugural episode is timely advice about Nailing a Job Interview! Enjoy! For more content, …
 
If you ever wanted great change but in a kind, gentle, easy, good fashion, then do we have the make great change incrementally show for you. Today we’ll talk about making massive change, finding ways for it to stick, and how to step forward incrementally without being worn out, running out of patience, or feeling like you’re not making a difference…
 
We mark the passing of Dame Vera Lynn, the Forces' Sweetheart, whose songs helped raise morale in World War Two. After Dame Vera's death, aged 103, was announced today, composer and author Neil Brand explores her unique musical gifts. Scottish guitarist Sean Shibe's critically acclaimed work brings a new approach to the classical guitar by experime…
 
‘I suddenly realised that all these environmental problems—consumer culture, plastic pollution, animal welfare—they all came together inside the whale.’ Each month we celebrate an Australian debut release of fiction or non-fiction with the Kill Your Darlings First Book Club. For June that debut is Rebecca Giggs’ Fathoms: the world in the whale, out…
 
Judd Apatow - famous for film comedies like Knocked Up, The 40 Year Old Virgin, and Trainwreck - on his new film The King Of Staten Island, which he co-wrote with Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson. Pete plays a young man trying to get his life together after the death of his fire-fighter father. Today the damage to UK theatre caused by the Cor…
 
The numbers tell the story; minority communities have been hit harder by the Coronavirus than white communities. The underlining causes are still being studied, but overall health, access to affordable health care, and income inequality all are playing a part. How do we combat that? For more content, articles, videos and merch visit us at http://th…
 
If you’ve ever wanted to understand what in the world is going on with the world through a Shamanic spiritual lense, then do we have the awakening to the spirit world show for you. Today I’ll be talking with Sandra Ingerman, Shaman, therapist, podcaster, the award-winning author of at least 12 books, winner of the 2007 peace award from the Global F…
 
In 1923, African American author Jean Toomer published the novel Cane. It wasn’t a best seller at the time but is now held as a modernist classic and a central work of The Harlem Renaissance. A new radio adaptation is to be broadcast on Radio 4. We speak to playwright Janice Okoh and score composer, soul singer Carleen Anderson. Today is Bloomsday,…
 
Steve and Pete are joined by Los Angeles Clippers head coach Doc Rivers to talk about how players balance being an athlete with their role as role models and icons, growing up in Chicago in the '60s and '70s as the son of a police officer, and the importance of voting in the upcoming election. Later, they discuss how promoting and facilitating open…
 
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