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Best Faulkner podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Faulkner podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Mystical truck drivers. Robots gone haywire. Killer clown demons. And pie. So. Much. Pie. This quirky, darkly comic, Southwestern-flavored anthology brings you a new paranormal audio play every month. Sit back, open your ears, and hold on tight. Because you're about to take a quick detour...through Uncanny County.
 
Little History is a father (Dan, old) and son (James, 12) podcast that looks each week at an interesting moment in history. We focus on small events outside the mainstream that's normally covered in schools and textbooks. We attempt to answer a question each week, like "Why did the assassination of Franz Ferdinand start World War One?" and every time we discover quirky side-allies to explore that end up making us giggle a bit. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/little-history/support
 
Have you ever been in a situation where someone is angry and yelling? Ever been with someone who is unable to stop crying? Join us for a fortnightly discussion on a whole range of interesting emotions with tips on how to connect with others who may be experiencing them. Your hosts, John and Leanne bring their business, counselling and training skills to the table and each episode they explore a different scenario with ideas about why it has happenned and how to manage the situation. Episodes ...
 
Pregnancy, Parenting & Politics, is a breath of fresh air: accessible, authoritative, funny, reassuring and personal. It's chock-full of Jeanne's comprehensive, medically-sound advice and insights plus conversations with women, mothers and experts in pregnancy, parenting and the power to change the world. Women's health expert, labor nurse, feminist, mother of four, Fit Pregnancy.com columnist and author of Common Sense Pregnancy (Random House, 2015), Jeanne Faulkner has been at the bedside ...
 
Anderson’s uniquely structured piece focuses on the lives of Winesburg’s most intriguing residents, as each shares a personal recount of their lives and experiences in the small town. The stories essentially intertwine to illustrate the development of George Willard, as he transforms from a heedless young man, to a man well aware of life’s trials and the extent of human misery. Exploring various themes including isolation, communication, limitation, and suffering, Winesburg, Ohio offers a gl ...
 
Baseball Podcast hosted by Austin Hartsfield, Dave Kwetkowski, and Gabe Faulkner. Giving you the news and crazy stats going on throughout minor and Major League Baseball. Have some awesome guests along the way including the Cespedes Family BBQ guys, Phillies Cole Irvin, beat writers and much more. If you love baseball then you'll love us. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paintingcorners/support
 
This is "In The Game" Qatar's first sports podcast featuring inspiring professionals and athletes from different sports industry around Qatar. Hosted by Steve Mackie CEO, and Founder of Business Startup Qatar a consultancy and business development firm.
 
The popular inspirational radio show Game Changers with Lisa Faulkner airs weekly on WAEC Love 860 AM. Game Changers features entrepreneurs, executives, entertainers, ministers, and advocates for positive change. It is an hour-long program devoted to encouraging and informative spotlights from professionals who have found a successful niche in today’s marketplace. Visit love860.com or penstar.org to learn more about the show.
 
DriveThruHR is a captivating, easy-to-digest, and occasionally irreverent lunchtime discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. We broadcast each week (Tuesday, 12 PM, Central Time) for 30-minutes when our guest and hosts discuss a variety of topics including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR. Hosted by @MikeVanDervort @RobinSchooling @DwaneLay and @TheOneCrystal. Running continuously since February 1, 2010. #DTHR
 
Thomas Louis Buvelot Esson (1878 - 1943) was an Australian poet, journalist and playwright. He was born in Edinburgh but moved to Melbourne, Australia when he was three. He attended the University of Melbourne and began working as a journalist and playwright soon after. His best known work is the political comedy, The Time is Not Yet Ripe, first performed in 1912. It has since come to be acknowledged as an Australian classic, and has often been revived. - Summary Adapted from Wikipedia by Al ...
 
Join POLITICO’s Anna Palmer on the Women Rule Podcast as she takes you backstage with women bosses for real talk on how they made it and what advice they have for women looking to lead. New episodes every other Wednesday. Women Rule is produced by POLITICO in partnership with our founding partners Google and the Tory Burch Foundation.
 
Join longtime friends and filmmakers Will and Nate from Fireteller, a film production business in Perth, Australia. Will and Nate have worked on many award-winning short films, feature documentaries, TV series and music videos. Each week, Will and Nate will review a film. They'll talk about their first impression, how well it meets the genre, the craft of the filmmakers behind the flick, and give it their final TRP score. Visit the website to join the discussion about each episode and have y ...
 
Sir Thomas More is a collaborative Elizabethan play by Anthony Munday and others depicting the life and death of Thomas More. It survives only in a single manuscript, now owned by the British Library. The manuscript is notable because three pages of it are considered to be in the hand of William Shakespeare and for the light it sheds on the collaborative nature of Elizabethan drama and the theatrical censorship of the era. The play dramatizes events in More's life, both real and legendary, i ...
 
Do you have a question about death care? Morbid curiosity exists in everyone and Caskets & Cocktails is dedicated helping you peek behind the veil of the death care industry through hilarious personal stories that bring listener’s curious questions to life. . Mr. Danny, who has over 35+ years working in death care, & his daughter Katie will guide you through the crazy world of death care. This father daughter duo’s lovingly fun relationship & thick southern drawls lure you to pour a cocktail ...
 
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Dom Giordano talks with retired Narberth Police Officer Bobby Yantoro about his aim to raise awareness about Daniel Faulkner as he bikes across America in his honor. Yantoro talks about where he started his cross-country trek, beginning his journey in California at Maureen Faulkner's house. Since then, he has traveled roughly 1,500 miles. Yantoro e…
 
William Faulkner (1897-1962) is one of the most celebrated and divisive figures in American literature. Widely recognized as one of the greatest novelists America has produced, his fiction and his life have become the stuff of legend. In this episode of The History of Literature, Jacke talks through our understanding of Faulkner and what he means t…
 
Join Michael and Robin as we catch up with Mary Faulkner on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at 8 PM ET. We will be discussing getting a new puppy, dogs at work, the dearth of summers films and what we might do to fill the vacuum, and what consultants are doing during the Covid-19 shutdown. We'll also have some open mic time to catch up with our friends via…
 
2020 is the most disruptive year learners have had to endure in decades. Overnight, teachers and students switched to remote education and all of a sudden parents are really key to facilitating learning. In this Educhange podcast mini series, we talk with six experts in keeping learning going. In this episode, our guest is Dave Faulkner, the CEO an…
 
As a novelist, short story author, screenwriter, and Nobel laureate, William Faulkner looms large in modern American literature. Yet the very range of his work and the sources for his rich literary worlds often defy easy assessment. In The Life of William Faulkner: The Past Is Never Dead, 1897-1934 (University of Virginia Press, 2020), Carl Rollyso…
 
The history of antisemitism in Europe stretches back as far as Ancient Rome, but persecutions of Jews became widespread during the Crusades, beginning in the early 11th century when the wholesale massacre of entire communities became commonplace. From the 12th century, the justification for this state-sanctioned violence became the blood libel accu…
 
The culture of insurgents in early modern Europe was primarily an oral one; memories of social conflicts in the communities affected were passed on through oral forms such as songs and legends. This popular history continued to influence political choices and actions through and after the early modern period. The chapters in Rhythms of Revolt: Euro…
 
When Britain went to war in 1914, policemen throughout Great Britain found themselves called upon to perform an ever-increasing range of new tasks that reflected the expanded power of the British state in wartime. In Policing the Home Front, 1914-1918: The Control of the British Population at War (Routledge, 2018), Mary Fraser details the challenge…
 
Kevin Duong, a political theorist in the Politics Department at the University of Virginia, has written a fascinating analysis of the way that violence has been used, in a sense, to create or promote solidarity during the course of the “long nineteenth century” in France. Duong explores four separate periods and experiences in France, starting with…
 
In recent decades, scholarship has turned to the role of gender in the Holocaust, but rarely has it critically investigated the experiences of men as gendered beings. Beyond the clear observation that most perpetrators of murder were male, men were also victims, survivors, bystanders, beneficiaries, accomplices, and enablers; they negotiated roles …
 
Dom Giordano gives his take on Vice President Mike Pence's op-ed about the sacrifices Americans have made and explains why talking about sacrifices such as graduations detracts from the significance behind Memorial Day. Dom concedes that Pence is right about sacrifices Americans are making but draws the line at comparing it to the sacrifices Americ…
 
Dom explains what set Johnny Carson apart from today's crop of talk show hosts and criticizes Jimmy Kimmel's posturing as "America's conscience." Dom also expresses shock at Stephen Colbert's ability to skirt FCC violations. Plus, Dom explains the difference between Carson and Jay Leno. (Photo by NBC Television/Getty Images)…
 
Todd Gongwer is the author of the book “Lead…for God’s Sake”. He is also a transformational speaker. Todd is also a former basketball coach. He is married and they have 3 kids. Article mentioned in podcast: https://toddgongwer.com/2020/04/24/two-things-that-havent-changed/amp/ Follow him on Twitter: @ToddGongwer…
 
This week’s episode is an invitation to explore conflict, embrace conflict, and even revel in conflict. Grant and Brooke cite authors—like Vladimir Nabakov, James Scott Bell, and Dean R. Koontz—who will help you feel less conflicted about conflict. This week’s guest, Melanie Abrams, has a lot to share about conflict, from how she’s handled it in he…
 
**Join me in going through the "STEPS for Everyday Productivity" online course over the next few years! Go to 3in30podcast.com/step for all the details! --- If you often go to bed feeling like you will never get caught up on all of your responsibilities, wondering how you could’ve worked so hard all day and still have a massive to-do list, this epi…
 
In light of the profound physical and mental traumas of colonization endured by North Africans, historians of recent decades have primarily concentrated their studies of North Africa on colonial violence, domination, and shock. The choice is an understandable one. But in his new monograph, A Slave between Empires: A Transimperial History of North A…
 
In light of the profound physical and mental traumas of colonization endured by North Africans, historians of recent decades have primarily concentrated their studies of North Africa on colonial violence, domination, and shock. The choice is an understandable one. But in his new monograph, A Slave between Empires: A Transimperial History of North A…
 
Today we are joined by Dr. Mitchell Nathanson, author of the book Bouton: The Life of a Baseball Original (University of Nebraska Press, 2020). Nathanson, a professor of law at the Jeffrey S. Moorad Center for the Study of Sports at Villanova University, examines the life of Jim Bouton, a journeyman pitcher whose 1970 book, “Ball Four,” was a light…
 
Samuel Pepys (1633-1703) was a successful administrator and general man-about-town in Restoration London. As a devoted theatergoer, a capable bureaucrat, and a privileged witness of the King and his court, he saw firsthand many of the most important developments of the 1660s, including events like the Great Plague of London (1665) and the Great Fir…
 
In this week’s episode from the BXP Archives… We are delighted to welcome NaNoWriMo’s Grant Faulkner back to the podcast in mid-November, where we discuss strategies for coping with the ‘muddy middle’. Those second-act blues where a storyteller can get completely lost or overwhelmed. ABOUT GRANT: Grant Faulkner is the Executive Director of National…
 
Dr. Paul's story is just incredible, he always knew that sports was always going to be part of his life.Listen to a very special story of someone who was just never going to give in. #Elitecoach #athletics #Sprinting #Dyslexia #PhD #coach #Fifaprojects #football #wheelchairbasketball #eliteendurance #helpingothers #inthegame #firstsportspodcastqata…
 
Dom Giordano talks with Harry Hurley about Joe Biden's appearance on The Breakfast Club and the controversial statement he made. Hurley criticizes Biden's guest appearances from his basement, talking about how bad the optics are each time he delivers a message from there and citing the "interruption" from the geese as a prime example. Hurley also t…
 
Dom Giordano talks with Col. Allen West about Memorial Day. West explains why people should not wish others a "happy" Memorial Day and points out that Nancy Pelosi's tearing up the constitution is how the Democrats feel about that document. West talks about the importance of American people ruminating on the meaning of freedom and liberty, calling …
 
This is the conclusion of our short series of interviews regarding Pantheacon. Each previous episode featured an interview asking about their experiences at PCon and their feelings regarding the conclusion of the convention. Glenn Turner co-founded the New Reformed Orthodox of the Golden Dawn (N.R.O.O.G.D.) tradition. With N.R.O.O.G.D. she helped t…
 
Dom Giordano talks with State Rep. Martina White about cheating on votes in big cities. White explains how one vote can change the outcome of an election and begs the question how many people are out there who will accept money to influence elections and commit voter fraud. White also talks about election integrity and the importance of ensuring th…
 
Dom Giordano talks with Dinesh D'Souza about his films and the movies he has coming out this year. One is a documentary for release in August, while the other is a feature film set to open in September. D'Souza also talks about the book that inspired the documentary, The United States of Socialism. D'Souza explains why documentaries are a great way…
 
More of Spurgeon the man. Anecdotal evidence that this man was the real deal, in the pulpit and in the home. Of special note is an 11-verse poem he wrote to his wife while he had to be parted from her on one of his preaching tours, Through a technical difficulty, I have added the poem at the END of the audio instead of the place where it was introd…
 
Charles Lord Cornwallis’s campaign through the southern American colonies came to an ignominious close on October 19, 1781, on an open field outside Yorktown, Virginia. At approximately noon, Cornwallis’s beleaguered soldiers, exhausted and low on provisions, emerged from behind their fortifications, laid down their arms, and delivered the earl’s s…
 
Dom Giordano talks with Steve Sweeney about the problems faced with reinvigorating the economy. Sweeney praises small business owners, adding that he trusts them to follow guidelines from CDC. Sweeney expresses disbelief that he can shop at a big-box store for a bathing suit, but cannot enter a store that sells exclusively bathing suits. Sweeney ex…
 
Dom Giordano talks with Nichole Missino of Giovanni's Barber Shop in Media, PA about why the government is leaving her business alone at this point. Missino explains that they are letting the state officials handle it if they want to handle it. Missino claims that her business was given no guidance on how to reopen, adding that Rachel Levine sent a…
 
Dom Giordano talks with Fox 29 reporter Steve Keeley about the latest at Atilis Gym and reports from the scene of a church that is defying the governor's orders. Keeley explains how the government got away with shutting down the gym, crediting the health department for shutting them down after their water was shut off. Keeley talks about the people…
 
Reggie Hodges played in the NFL for 8 years. He was a Punter. He played college football at Ball State University. Reggie is now an author and speaker. His new book, “Thrive”, will be released in July. Reggie is married to Arin and they have 3 kids. Learn more about Reggie by visiting his website at: http://www.reggiehodges.com…
 
Adam M. Sowards is professor of history at the University of Idaho and a leading environmental historian. His new book, An Open Pit Visible from the Moon: The Wilderness Act and the Fight to Protect Miners Ridge and the Public Interest (University of Oklahoma Press, 2020), builds on his recent biography of Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas t…
 
Challenging the popular image of Buddhism as a religion intrinsically concerned with the environment, Dr. John Elverskog’s new monograph, The Buddha’s Footprint: An Environmental History of Asia (University of Pennsylvania Press 2020), demonstrates that Buddhist institutions across Asia have actually been intimately connected to the accumulation of…
 
Futurism was Russia's first avant-garde movement. Gatecrashing the Russian public sphere in the early twentieth century, the movement called for the destruction of everything old, so that the past could not hinder the creation of a new, modern society. Over the next two decades, the protagonists of Russian Futurism pursued their goal of modernizing…
 
James Baldwin (1924-1987) was a fearless artist, an uncompromising critic, a brilliant essayist, and an American who lived within his time and yet was decades ahead of it. In this episode, Jacke takes a look at Going To Meet the Man," Baldwin's provocative story of the power dynamics at play within a white Southern man who attends a lynching. (Warn…
 
Today I simply want to entertain you and give you a break! So I’m sharing two of my favorite, only slightly traumatic childhood memories! You’ll laugh (maybe not as hard as Eric does…) you’ll possibly cry, but mostly I hope you just get a chance to connect with me, and most importantly connect with yourself. You’re doing a really good job. Keep sho…
 
Dom Giordano opens the show discussing the statistics that should be broadcast by the news outlets, as opposed to the facts that are shared that boost their own agenda. Dom addresses the police citations levied against patrons of businesses and criticizes this motion. Dom takes your calls on the issue and also fields for the greatest pairing of all…
 
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