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Best Bernard podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Bernard podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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"To L and Back” is a delightful recapping adventure through every single episode of the number one lesbian show you hate to love, “The L Word.” Hosted by Autostraddle.com’s Riese Bernard — one of the internet’s most storied L Word scholars - with season one cohost Kristin Russo and season two cohost Carly Usdin, this podcast comes chock full of trivia, jokes, special guests, controversial Jenny takes, fond memories and other ways in which we live and love.
 
Get the latest news from Asia and around the World with Howie Lim and Bernard Lim on Prime Time from 4pm to 7pm. Together with JP Ong, stay up to date with the latest movements in the Singapore, European and US markets. Learn of the latest trends in property investment and the challenges that Small Medium Enterprises face in a changing economy.
 
Every family has a unique set of hopes and challenges. Bernard A. Krooks, managing partner of Littman Krooks LLP, and his guests discuss a variety of topics pertinent to seniors, individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Tune in to learn more about the legal, financial and social matters that can help you plan for a secure future. Discussions focus on elder care, asset protection, retirement planning, special education advocacy, and special needs planning. Visit us at w ...
 
See Hear is a monthly podcast dedicated to the discussion of musically themed films - narratives or documentaries. Join hosts Tim, Bernie and Maurice as they tenuously connect .Hated: The GG Allin Story and Yellow Submarine.
 
#365Firsts Podcast is a story telling show about first time experiences and all the fun, growth, unknowns, and excitement that go with them. The show is based on the #365FirstsChallenge. The guests are participants in the challenge and experts who can help you get the most our of your new experiences. Listen to the show to get inspired and motivated to step our of your comfort zones, embrace change, and have adventures on your own journey of new experiences!!
 
The story centers on the relationship between Mrs Kitty Warren, a rich woman, described by the author as "on the whole, a genial and fairly presentable old blackguard of a woman" and her daughter, Vivie. Mrs Warren is a middle-aged woman whose Cambridge-educated daughter, Vivie, is horrified to discover the sinister way her mother acquired her fortune. (Summary by Wikipedia and Arielle Lipshaw) Cast: Vivie: Arielle Lipshaw Praed: Bruce Pirie Mrs. Warren: Elizabeth Klett Crofts: Dale Burgess ...
 
Madame Magenta, psychic, medium, and inventor of the 'drink-along' audiobook, reads chapters from her best-seller*, 'Magenta is the Warmest Colour.' Meet Magenta, a woman with flexible morality, an array of tasteful turbans, and a case of fast-growing mystical powers. She also has two husbands, darling Bernard and less-than-darling Derrick. Fortunately, Derrick has been dead for some time. Less fortunately, death isn't much of an obstacle when you're a gifted medium, and Derrick has decided ...
 
George Bernard Shaw's Major Barbara focuses on the family of aristocratic Lady Britomart Undershaft and her estranged husband Andrew, a millionaire armaments manufacturer. Their daughters Sarah and Barbara are both engaged to be married, and Lady Britomart decides to ask Andrew for monetary support. Barbara is a Major in the Salvation Army, and agrees to let her father visit the mission in the East End of London where she works. In exchange, she agrees to visit his munitions factory. The con ...
 
The Author Gilbert Keith Chesterton was born in London, England on the 29th of May, 1874. Though he considered himself a mere “rollicking journalist,” he was actually a prolific and gifted writer in virtually every area of literature. A man of strong opinions and enormously talented at defending them, his exuberant personality nevertheless allowed him to maintain warm friendships with people–such as George Bernard Shaw and H. G. Wells–with whom he vehemently disagreed. Chesterton had no diff ...
 
Visual art, theatre, film and literature. Segments include: - 'Art Attack' - fortnightly visual arts reviews with Ace Wagstaff and Tai Snaith. - 'Shoot the Messenger' - fortnightly theatre news & reviews with Fleur Kilpatrick. - 'Drawn Out' - monthly chat about comic books and graphic novels with Bernard Caleo. Please email talks@rrr.org.au for all interview requests. About the Presenter Richard Watts has many years experience working in the arts industry, including five years as the Artisti ...
 
BERNARD BEITMAN, MD is the first psychiatrist since Carl Jung to systematize the study of coincidences. He developed the first valid scale to measure coincidence sensitivity, and has written several coincidence articles for Psychiatric Annals. The author or editor of 16 professional books, he is a visiting professor at the University of Virginia, attended Yale Medical School and completed a psychiatric residency at Stanford.
 
Arms and the Man is a comedy by George Bernard Shaw that takes place in 1885, during the Serbo-Bulgarian War. Raina Petkoff is engaged to the gallant Sergius Saranoff, hero of the recent Bulgarian victory over the Serbs. But she is distracted by the abrupt arrival of Captain Bluntschli, a Swiss mercenary who fought for the Serbian army. He takes refuge in her bedroom after the battle and although he is initially threatening, reveals that he carries chocolate creams instead of bullets. Will R ...
 
we are a podcast that focus on fantasy horror films ,Games, music. We dive deep about what's scary in movies. Also fans of 80's everything so we will be talking all things 80's. A station full of dark corners and bright humor. If you like New wave and Slasher films stop on by. For more info drop by @BlackSparrow125 If you like to see what else we have going on. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/BlackSparrowStudio/support
 
Bernard BigOne Williams was born in Miami,Florida On October 1 1982,But he was raised in Riviera Beach,Florida Better Known As The Raw.he is a Producer/writer/Artist and most of all he is a lover of all music.he has been rapping since 1994 but he's been producing beats since 1998,no matter what style or genre,in his heart when it comes to music he believes there is no such thing as black folks music or white folks music,its just great music and there is bad music,and his goal is to make grea ...
 
Since October 2009 when the Rope-A-Dope Radio Podcast hit the internet airwaves Bringing Boxing Fans Predictions, Debate, Updates & Previews for Fresh Fight News, Topical Discussion of the state of boxing along with interviews with top Boxers, Writers, Commentators and Trainers over the years! The Rope A Dope Radio Podcast Goes Live Every Tuesday and is Hosted by Chris Carlson (Carlito). Rope A Dope Radio has featured Boxing Iconic Figures like Floyd Mayweather Jr and Bernard Hopkins; Establ ...
 
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The plate of possible US-China flash points piles up, and we asked AxiCorp's Chief Market Strategist Stephen Innes to join us on Forex Fridays, to sift through the pile. Will the PBOC weaponise the yuan? Is the correlation by currencies like the Singapore Dollar and the Aussie to the RMB starting to weaken? What does the possible extradition of Hua…
 
Eric, who is originally from East Tennessee, received a Ph.D. in social psychology from Arizona State University. He is currently an Associate Professor of Psychology at Albion College, where he has taught for almost 10 years. In general, his research examines the relationships among religious fundamentalism, cognitive styles, and prejudice, though…
 
In episode 325, Tim Culpan from Bloomberg joined us to dissect the most important deal that rocked the Asian business and technology landscape with Facebook investing 5.7B into Reliance Jio. We began the conversation with Tim to set the context behind the deal and what both Facebook & Reliance Jio Platforms stand to gain from this partnership and t…
 
With lockdown measures continuing to impact how brands position themselves in the market, brands need to take care of their employees and customers, and not take advantage of the crisis to maximise profits. How can they display this in their narratives? Find out from Lisa Khatri, Brand Experience and Research Lead for Qualtrics in APJ.…
 
National Development Minister Lawrence Wong spoke to journalists on Thursday night in a virtual press conference and said Phase 2 of Singapore's re-opening could be before the end of June. Straits Times political correspondent, Linette Lai was at the virtual session and she joins us now to give us the details.…
 
COVID-19 has made automation a boardroom imperative. How will automation continue to be a major force in reshaping work and how will it be taking on a new urgency in the context of business risk and resiliency Leslie Joseph, Principal Analyst at Forrester shares his perspectives on how companies see automation as an increasingly urgent need.…
 
The Living in Loserville Podcast: The Purple People Eaters Edition Returns to Talk Minnesota Vikings Football! This Episode is a Tribute to the 2017 Vikings Season and in the process we start at the beginning of the decade looking back at the 2010's Roster highlighting Adrian Peterson's Super Season in 2012 & the 2015 Season that was suddenly stopp…
 
One thing is certain about the presidency of George W. Bush: It was consequential. From the Sept. 11 attacks, through the war in Iraq and Hurricane Katrina and into the financial crisis of 2008, the country was sent careening through an era of deep disruption that changed the way Americans live and think. At the center of it all was the president, …
 
Though The Straits Times Index is down more than 100 points since the start of May, markets have started to show signs of firming up as the country readies for the phase one of easing circuit breaker measures. Terence Wong, CEO of Azure Capital, joins us on Prime Time to discuss the month that was, and how rising US-China tensions along with renewe…
 
China's top lawmaking body has passed a resolution setting the stage for a national security law to be enacted in Hong Kong. Rachel Kelly speaks to Tommy Xie, Head of Greater China Research, OCBC Bank to get the latest on what has been happening in Hong Kong and the outlook for China’s economy.By MONEY FM 89.3
 
According to findings from the LinkedIn Opportunity Index 2020, nearly 2 in 5 Singaporeans believe that their networks are inadequate. We speak to Ivy Tse, CEO of Halogen Foundation Singapore, who’ll share more about their partnership with LinkedIn Coaches and how it’s helping the younger generation move forward in their careers.…
 
In episode 30 of Expert Advice Before Your First Time Series our guest is Nathan Hirsch. Nathan co-founded FreeeUp.com with 5k in 2015, a marketplace that connects businesses with pre-vetted virtual assistants, which he scaled to 12 million dollars in revenue right before it was acquired. He now helps entrepreneurs through his new course Outsources…
 
With evolving consumer habits since emergency measures for Covid-19 were introduced in March this year, the majority of brands have taken a step back in the crisis period for fear of appearing tone-deaf. Find out what those consumer behavioural changes have been and how your brand can better reach out to consumers with Mr Matthew Crabbe, director o…
 
This episode Features a Breakdown of DAZN's Financial Issues as the company looks to sell a stake for an influx of cash or sell the company outright! Other Topics For Discussion: WBC is willing to Rank Mike Tyson WTF!! -Mayweather training Devin Haney has Gervonta Davis feeling a certain way about his promoter! -Broner is a Rapper Now? -Top-20 Uncr…
 
Emailing Branding Strategies Making the most of your emails. “In the world of digital communication tools, email has become the king”. According to Statistica, there were about 293 billion emails sent daily in 2019 and the number is expected to hit about 347 billion by 2023. (Statisica.com) Electronic mails referred to as emails, one of the earlies…
 
Marie Considine, Director of Development at NAMI Westchester joins Bernard A. Krooks, Esq., on the Littman Krooks Podcast to discuss mental health awareness month, how to participate in NAMIWalks... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]By Littman Krooks Podcast
 
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic poses a serious challenge not only to our health and economic well-being, but is also fundamentally changing how we think about home, work and community. Find out more from Rajive Keshup, SVP of Growth (Investment & Strategy) at Hmlet. He speaks to Howie Lim in Mind Your Business.…
 
Greetings, fans of the esoteric! Join Magenta (and her husband Bernard) as she reads the 22nd chapter of her 2014 book, 'Magenta Is The Warmest Colour" - with footnotes and thoughts from the author. Follow Magenta on Twitter @MadameMagentaUK, and visit www.longcatmedia.com for more info. If you're enjoying this podcast, please visit www.ko-fi.com/l…
 
This episode features In Depth for the Chicago Bulls in Possible Matchups that didn't happen: Who Wins Chicago Bulls 91-93 vs. Houston Rockets 94-95? Houston Matched up well with the Bulls and in 95 Horace Grant was gone Tony Kukoc is in for the Bulls & Otis Thorpe was traded for Clyde Drexler which could be enough for Houston! Also, If the Bulls w…
 
Jenny hunts for a director and Alice, Tasha, Helena and Papi spend 50% of the episode in Alice’s bed in this thrilling episode with special guest and passionate Tasha fan, Dr. Carmen Phillips of Autostraddle Dot Com! What is Marina doing here? How much shittier can Shane’s Dad be? How much traffic does OurChart ACTUALLY get? Why hasn’t Helena gotte…
 
Today on the First Time Story Series my guest was Steve Rast. Steve is also a Marine Corps Veteran and fellow Bunker Labs city leader in Bozeman, Montana. He’s a CrossFit Level II Coach, as well as a Running and Endurance Coach. And he works as a Financial Associate at Thrivent. Steve shared the story of his first college graduation in his thirties…
 
Meet Jack. Jack, like most individuals, takes great care of his health, appearance, the fulfilment of his projects, and the quality of his relationships with friends and family. Today Jack is preparing for another episode of his iconic philosophy podcast. He has been reading diligently, noting fastidiously, and practicing his jokes in the mirror. F…
 
Marjorie Madfis, Founder of Yes She Can, Inc. returns to the Littman Krooks podcast to discuss how Yes She Can’s job skills development program works remotely. Marjorie and Bernie talk about remote... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]By Littman Krooks Podcast
 
To remain competitive during these unprecedented times, organisations are being forced to adapt rapidly while also navigating mitigation of the increased security risk associated with a remote workforce. Sanjay Rohatgi, Senior Vice President and General Manager for Asia Pacific (APAC) at NetApp tells Howie Lim more in Mind Your Business.…
 
As businesses worldwide cancel in-person training due to COVID-19, they are overwhelmingly turning to virtual learning. What are businesses doing to provide different ways to add new skills while keeping employees safe? We speak to Dean Tong, Head, Group Human Resources, United Overseas Bank (UOB) about the future of training post COVID-19.…
 
Earlier this week the Government announced that when the circuit breaker ends on June 1, more businesses and activities will be progressively allowed. Phase One, from June 2, will last for at least 4 weeks. To find out more about what we can and can’t do as part of Phase One, we are joined by Straits Times political reporter, Yuen Sin.…
 
Greetings, fans of the esoteric! Join Magenta (and her husband Bernard) as she reads the 21st chapter of her 2014 book, 'Magenta Is The Warmest Colour" - with footnotes and thoughts from the author. Follow Magenta on Twitter @MadameMagentaUK, and visit www.longcatmedia.com for more info. If you're enjoying this podcast, please visit www.ko-fi.com/l…
 
The Living in Loserville Podcast: The Purple People Eaters Edition Returns to Talk Minnesota Vikings Football! This episode is a Tribute to the 2009 Vikings and in the process we start at the beginning of the decade with the 2000 roster that ended with a horrible 41-0 outcome! Not long after Denny Green was gone Mike Tice and Brad Childress were th…
 
After two or more months of lockdown, states across the country have begun reopening with the support of the federal government. But with infection rates holding steady or increasing in many states, risk remains for citizens and, especially, for workers. Every state is making a risk assessment, with livelihoods and lives hanging in the balance. But…
 
A busy next few days for Chinese markets, with the National People's Congress kicking off in Beijing after months of delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Will Beijing address the growing tensions with the United States? And what does the recent downturn in Hong Kong's property prices mean for markets in the fabled financial centre? Peter Chun, foun…
 
A Fair Tenancy Framework Industry Committee has been created to propose the adoption of landlord-tenant legislation in Singapore. The committee has put forward a Position Paper containing Key Recommendations for Fair Tenancy Legislation. In Mind Your Business, Howie Lim speaks to Kurt Wee, Chairman of the Fair Tenancy Framework Industry Committee a…
 
Asia Pacific’s private market attracted 117 billion US dollars in net capital inflow in 2019, led predominantly by private equity where fund raising topped 94 billion US dollars. We're joined by Rajindar Singh, Head of Fund Services, at TMF Group to find where strategic value opportunities might reside in light of the fall in market valuations caus…
 
As we navigate the current COVID-19 crisis, even the most rigidly traditional leaders have been forced to rethink the structure of work and embrace alternative ways to adapt. We speak to Aurelie Saada, Past immediate President, PrimeTime on how the COVID-19 crisis is changing our approach to work and leadership in Singapore. PrimeTime is a Singapor…
 
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