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TSK is the podcast dedicated to exploring the serial killer phenomenon. Who the killers were, what they did and how. The show makes a significant effort into exploring the serial killers' background, especially their childhood and youth. It goes into detail in the killers' development, and describes the murders in graphic detail to give the listener a truthful understanding of who these killers really were and the extent of their criminal behavior. The show is produced and hosted by Thomas W ...
 
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Imagine if you will, dear listener, a handsome clean-cut man sitting in his neat and spartan home office. He is wearing jogging clothes and a hooded jumper. Copious amounts of sweat is on his face, most of starting to dry up leaving white salt-stains. The man is grinning to himself and he has a raging erection. He has just finished masturbating, hi…
 
We decided it would be fun & interesting to interview our kids so we sat down with 4 daughters, ranging from age 10-16. We heard about the kind of food & body messages they hear at home, and how these messages differ from what they hear among friends, and generally in the world. Some key takeaways: There is no "good" food or "bad" food, food is jus…
 
Leading social researcher Rebecca Huntley on appealing to the emotions as well as the mind in the climate change debate. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twitter: @NicoleAbadee Rebecca Huntley Murdoch Books "How to Talk About Climate Change in a Way that Makes a Difference": https://www.mur…
 
Welcome to the third part of this ongoing series on the Killer Colonel. He has a focused look on his face as he is running along the suburban streets, although he does seem to look at the houses more than what one might think was normal. Usually when jogging, one tends to focus on the road ahead, many don the famous thousand-mile stare as jogging s…
 
Anna Mackay & Anna Lutz chat with U.K. based personal trainer and PhD researcher Jake Gifford about his research and his transition from being a weight-normative personal trainer (emphasis on weight & weight loss) to a weight-inclusive personal trainer (emphasis on the many variables that influence health, other than weight). We also discuss: The m…
 
Leading social psychologist Hugh Mackay discusses his new book, The Inner Self, and the importance of living an authentic life. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twitter: @NicoleAbadee Hugh Mackay Pan MacMillan "The Inner Self": https://www.panmacmillan.com.au/9781760787745/ Facebook: @HughM…
 
Tegan Bennett Daylight on her new essay collection, “The Details” in which she discusse the joys of reading Proust and of being read by Helen Garner. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twitter: @NicoleAbadee Tegan Bennett Daylight Website: https://teganbennettdaylight.com Simon and Schuster "…
 
In this episode, we stay in the land of the maple leaf, Canada and continue the exposé of one of that nation’s topmost depraved serial killers, perhaps even the most depraved. His crimes were heinous, his method of torture and murder truly wicked. However, his life story was also one of repute and interest and this being a longer series; this is th…
 
Elizabeth Davenport and Anna Mackay sit down with Sarah Ganginis, a non-diet dietitian who takes a weight-inclusive approach to nutrition and health. In addition to seeing adults and children in her private practice, Sarah has dedicated much of her time advocating for change in the school nutrition and health curriculums in the state of Maryland. W…
 
Joyce Carol Oates discusses her latest novel, Night. Sleep. Death. The Stars, on grief, families and police brutality in the United States. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twitter: @NicoleAbadee Joyce Carol Oates "Night. Sleep. Death. The Stars" HARPER COLLINS Website: https://www.harperco…
 
Karen Williams OAM from the Indigenous Literacy Foundation discusses the Foundation’s extraordinary work supplying books to remote indigenous communities and its hopes for the future. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twitter: @NicoleAbadee The Indigenous Literacy Foundation Website: www.ind…
 
Someone who did not appreciate his fellow human beings is tonight’s subject. I thought it appropriate to revisit the pleasant land of Canada once again. I start tonight’s brand new serial killer exposé by traveling back in time. This is part one in a longer series on none other than the Killer Colonel himself, David Russell Williams.To donate to th…
 
This week we sat down with author, school consultant, speaker, and educator Ana Homayoun to talk about social media wellness. We chat about Ana's latest book Social Media Wellness and her framework for how families can approach social media in their lives. Ana has many years of experience working directly with teens and has seen how social media ha…
 
Legendary American writer Richard Ford discusses his latest book, Sorry For Your Trouble, a collection of short stories about loss, grief – and happiness. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twitter: @NicoleAbadee Richard Ford Harper Collins "Sorry For Your Trouble":https://www.harpercollins.c…
 
Megha Majumdar’s explosive debut novel, “A Burning” looks at injustice, corruption and discrimination in contemporary India. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twitter: @NicoleAbadee Megha Majumdar Penguin Random House "A Burning" https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/624372/a-burning-by-m…
 
An interview with journalist and registered dietitian-to-be, Christine Byrne. She writes about food, nutrition and physical activity with an anti-diet, Health At Every Size®, body positive, Intuitive Eating perspective. We touch on lots of topics including: Her path from line cook in a restaurant to a graduate student in the Masters of Public Healt…
 
I take you back to my home continent, Europe. Western Europe’s most populous country is Germany, and that is where we travel. The time period stretches from the dystopian terror-regime of the nazis to the bleak post-war industrial period dominated by the cold war. I am of course talking about Joachim Kroll – the West German Cannibal. In his mother-…
 
Australian writer Anna Goldsworthy’s first novel, “Melting Moments”, is about the life of Ruby Jenkins, wife and mother, from the 1940s over almost 7 decades. Anna discusses with Nicole Ruby’s vague sense of dissatisfaction, and the limited opportunities available for women of her generation. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleaba…
 
In Brit Bennett’s explosive new novel, The Vanishing Half, identical twin sisters lead very different lives. Desiree struggles in the small black community where they grew up, whilst Stella secretly passes herself off as white, living a life of luxury based on a lie. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nico…
 
Anna, Elizabeth & Anna have a loose chat about pantries, cooking and meal planning, with lots of laughs thrown in. We talk about all sorts of kitchen & food-related things, including: Why meal planning doesn’t have to be rigid and grounded in diet culture How Covid-19 has affected our meal planning & cooking Pantry items we keep on-hand Our go-to m…
 
I welcome you the final installment in the saga of Carol Bundy and Doug Clark, the killers behind the Sunset Strip Murders. I’ve shepherded you through the details of their crimes and their background. In this final episode, I’ll take you along their court case and new aspects of the case that may be deemed controversial.…
 
Australian writer James Bradley discusses his thought-provoking new novel, “Ghost Species” which raises questions about what it means to be human and how do you write fiction about climate change (and why you must). SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twitter: @NicoleAbadee James Bradley "Ghos…
 
Kate Grenville gives a voice to Elizabeth Macarthur, the remarkable, long-suffering wife of the unpleasant, ruthless John Macarthur, sheep baron, with a vivid , telling portrayal of what life was really like in the early days of the colony. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twitter: @NicoleA…
 
Anna Lutz and Anna Mackay sit down with Katherine Zavodni to talk about: Typical weight gain and body composition changes during puberty The age ranges of typical development How parents can talk to children in a positive way about body changes How diet culture affects how parents and children's think about and talk about puberty Links and Resource…
 
Australian writer Mirandi Riwoe looks at the challenges of life in the Queensland goldfields in the 1870s for a brother and sister from China who come to make their fortune. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twitter: @NicoleAbadee Mirandi Riwoe UQP "Stone Sky Gold Mountain":https://www.uqp.c…
 
Brilliant young Irish writer Naoise Dolan’s debut novel , Exciting Times, a quirky, original take on millennial relationships, has everyone talking, here and overseas. Find out why on today’s episode of Books, Books, Books. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twitter: @NicoleAbadee Naoise Dola…
 
Most everybody are familiar with the name Ted Bundy. I did a lengthy exposé on him a good while back on this podcast and there’s been a lot of books, films and documentaries made about him. But did you know, dear listener, that there is another Bundy serial killer that is just as depraved and wicked as old Ted? Join me on this journey that begins o…
 
In the final episode of our 5-part series on raising competent eaters we talk about: The myth that eating sugary food causes hyperactivity (aka a sugar rush) What’s up with pre-teen weight gain The negative influence of social media “fitspo” (#fitspo or #fitspiration) accounts Navigating a kid wanting to become a vegetarian or a vegan Links: Why it…
 
In the fourth episode of our 5-part series on raising competent eaters we talk about: Fueling young athletes, from beginner to elite Fostering a healthy relationship with movement Importance of adequacy and consistency Sports coaches handing out nutrition advice - is it appropriate? How rigid meal planning can backfire Red flags to watch out for in…
 
Nicole discusses with kindred baking spirit Lisa Goldberg, of The Monday Morning Cooking Club fame, the Club’s latest cookbook, the gorgeous “Now for Something Sweet”. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twitter: @NicoleAbadee Lisa Goldberg "Now For Something Sweet" Website: https://mondaymorn…
 
In part 3 we start with the news of the death of the Daughney sisters which flooded through the small towns of Miramichi, the whole community was utterly terrified. The fire set at the Daughney sisters’ home was soon put out by local firefighters and the police managed to recover the brutally mutilated bodies of the two sisters. They also managed t…
 
In the third episode of our 5-part series on raising competent eaters we talk about: How negative body talk impacts children Strategies to neutralize negative body talk Body hate vs. body acceptance vs. body positivity How parents can manage potentially harmful body talk in pediatric visits or nurses offices Growth charts, BMI & why its not helpful…
 
A Nazi war criminal on the run, a wife devoted to him, a son who refuses to accept his father’s guilt and a mysterious death – all this and more in Philippe Sands’ extraordinary new book, The Ratline; part war history, part love story and part thriller. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twit…
 
In the second episode of our 5-part series on raising competent eaters we talk about: Raising a competent eater vs. an intuitive eater What happens when parents micromanage their child's food The concept of nutritional ‘scaffolding’ Red flags to look out for, particularly for pre-teens & teens Problematic terminology such as “healthy food vs. junk”…
 
Canadian writer Michael Christie talks about his new novel, Greenwood, which is both a powerful and moving family saga and an ode to trees. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twitter: @NicoleAbadee Michael Christie Website: http://www.michaelchristie.net Scribe Publications "Greenwood": https…
 
Australian writer Suzanne Leal discusses her highly accomplished new novel, The Deceptions, the story of an illicit relationship between a young Jewish woman and a gendarme in Czechoslovakia during World War Two and its ramifications decades later. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twitter: …
 
In the first episode of our 5-part series on raising competent eaters we talk about the ways in which our food environment growing up affects the way we feed our children; diet culture and how it influences the way we eat and feed our families; Ellyn Satter’s ‘Division of Responsibility’; what happens when we pressure children to eat certain foods …
 
Investigative journalist Jess Hill discusses her groundbreaking book on domestic abuse in Australia, See What You Made Me Do, which recently won The Stella Prize 2020. Jess changes the focus from “Why did she stay?” to “Why did he stay?” and discusses the role of shame in cases of domestic abuse. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicol…
 
Lionel Shriver, best-selling author of We Need to Talk About Kevin, turns her razor-sharp eye on the fitness industry in her latest book, The Motion of the Body Through Space. Here she talks about some of the book’s major themes, including ageing and mortality, and when a healthy desire to keep fit tips over into an unhealthy fanaticism, akin to a …
 
Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull opens up about his childhood, meeting Lucy, running the Spycatcher case and fighting for a republic as he discusses his new memoir, A Bigger Picture. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Facebook: @nicole.abadee Twitter: @NicoleAbadee Malcolm Turnbull Website: https://www.malcolmt…
 
Writer and journalist Julia Baird talks about the importance of awe, wonder, grace and friendship as she discusses her wonderful new book, Phosphorescence, about “things that sustain you when the world goes dark”. SUBSCRIBE to Books, Books, Books wherever you get your podcasts. SHOW NOTES: Nicole Abadee Website: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.au Face…
 
Welcome to the brand new podcast by books writer, Nicole Abadee, "Books, Books, Books" Join Nicole as she interviews top Australian and international Authors about their new releases. Make yourself a cup of tea, pull up a comfy chair, and settle in for some great conversations. STARTING SOON!!! SUBSCRIBE to Books, Books, Books wherever you get your…
 
Perhaps the journalists have come to the realisation that giving killers nicknames feeds their ego and spurs them on to even darker acts of depravity. Gone are the days of Son of Sam, The Zodiac Killer and Jack the Ripper. Our murderer has only been known as his given name; Todd Christopher Kohlhepp and he raped,tortured and murdered at least seven…
 
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