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Best Marian podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Marian podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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More than 300,000 women join Mia Freedman each week as she has candid conversations with interesting people who have fascinating stories to share. From Olivia Newton-John, Serena Williams, Marian Keyes, Liane Moriarty, athletes, actors, politicians, business leaders, authors and regular people who have achieved extraordinary things….they all let their guard down and open up in a way that’s positive and riveting.
 
Have you ever thought about transitioning into a career as a genealogy professional? Are you already a professional but would love a place to get ideas on running your business more smoothly? The Genealogy Professional podcast is your resource for learning best practices and gaining a sense of what a genealogy career is all about. The podcast is released weekly, every Monday, and runs for about 30 minutes.
 
Join Marian as she takes her first trip through the Marvel Cinematic Universe with her brother Myke and cousin Patrick - the biggest geeks in her life. From 'Iron Man' to 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' they will watch one movie at a time, one week at a time to see if they can get Marian on board the MCU hype train.
 
Marian Esanu teaches content creators, authors and service providers how to dominate their market, command premium prices and become omnipresent in their industry. The Momentum Podcast will help you learn a simple formula for attracting your dream clients, at the right price, completely on autopilot. Since this strategy involves a process that allows you to reach the exact people you can help by truly helping them, it will also build your authority and trust, and ultimately your personal bra ...
 
Three funny people write the first line of a book, film poster or advert and pit this against the work of the real author. Will they write something more appealing than the writer and fool their fellows? Will they fall flat on their face? Will you guess who's fooling who? With Robin Ince, Fenella Fudge, Marian Pashley, Stuart Flynn & Bruce Guthrie.
 
The Glories of Mary is a classic book in the field of Roman Catholic Mariology, written during the 18th century by Saint Alphonsus Liguori, a Doctor of the Church. The book was written at a time when some Jansenists (which were declared heretical by the Pope) were criticizing Marian devotions, and was written in part as a defense of Marian devotion. The book combines numerous citations in favor of devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary from the Church Fathers and the Doctors of the Church with ...
 
Hosts of Eden is a modern radio drama, written and performed by Jay Mcfarland. Season 1's 11-part fictional podcast serial was just the beginning of the cliff-hanger science fiction fun. Season 2 drops March 5. While Marian and Mason are trying to adjust to their new role as guardians of the Genesis device, the nation is faced with a new threat. Someone or something is able to jump from one body to the next, allowing them to infiltrate high-security military installations and leaving a trail ...
 
Two years after the conclusion of "The Blue Envelope", Marian is crossing the frozen Alaskan tundra alone with three reindeer in order to greet her unknown cousin in Nome. Patsy has traveled from Kentucky. Kentucky! How will she adapt to a frigid winter in Alaska? Will the girls get along? Will the two girls manage the reindeer herd in Marian's father's absence? Who is following them? And just what is that purple flame in the old abandoned scow? (Summary by Lynne Thompson)
 
Is it best that our food is Local and Organic or Big and Conventional? Our view is “Both, and..” We don’t come to the table with a bias, except that good farming like good food comes in all shapes and sizes. Farm to Table Talk explores issues and the growing interest in the story of how and where the food on our tables is produced, processed and marketed. The host, Rodger Wasson is a food and agriculture veteran. Although he was the first of his family to leave the grain and livestock farm a ...
 
A Holy Day in 1495. Join the crowd streaming towards a temporary outdoor stage and be entertained (and maybe even instructed) by a performance of Everyman by the Guild of LibriVox Readers. Cast:(in order of appearance)Narrator - AnniseMessenger - ElliGod - Neeru IyerDeath - Denny SayersEveryman - Bob ShearmanFellowship - Tricia GCousin - Chris CaronKindred - David LawrenceGoods - Elizabeth KlettGood-Deeds - Marian MartinStrength - David ColeDiscretion - Laurie Anne WaldenFive-Wits - Barry Ea ...
 
A reputedly wealthy and eccentric old man dies in Vermont. His home, the House of a Thousand Candles, so called for the owner's preference to candle light, is left empty save a faithful servant -- his fortune mysteriously vanished, though rumored to still have been hidden in the house somewhere. John Glenarm, the late old man's grandson, stands to inherit the estate (and so the secret fortune) under the stipulation that he live in the house for one year. If he fails, the house will be forfei ...
 
Born in 1862 and died in 1910, O. Henry’s birth name is William Sydney Porter; however, he adopted the pen name O. Henry while in prison. He published 10 collections and over 600 short stories during his lifetime.The Trimmed Lamp follows The Four Million and provides another series of short stories that take place in New York City in the early years of the 20th century and are representative of the surprise endings that popularized O. Henry’s work. They also capture his use of coincidence or ...
 
Featuring 15 world-class experts teaching you: What builds business value and how to capitalize on it, from Jeff Hoffman, a successful serial entrepreneur and former CEO of Priceline.com. How to prepare, sell and merge your business with a larger one, from Mike Nikolich, former CEO of PR firm TechImage and current CMO of SmithBucklin. How to work with experienced buyers, from Dave Tolmie, former business owner and current partner with the private equity firm Edgewater Partners. Upcoming tren ...
 
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Jessica Taylor, President of Legacy Tree Genealogists, talks about what she looks for in potential staff hires, building a genealogy research company, empowering employees, partnering for growth and work/life balance. Direct link to the show notes: https://www.thegenealogyprofessional.com/jessica-taylor…
 
Today we celebrate a female botanist who fought to get recognition for women by the Linnaean Society. We'll also learn about the German poet who loved trees. We'll celebrate the Welsh garden-marker extraordinaire and also one of the all-time greats - a botanist from California. And, we'll also honor the life of The Bird Woman of Ellsworth, who help…
 
Former Blackhawk and multiple Stanley Cup champion Marián Hossa has been voted as a first-ballot Hall of Famer. Host Pat Boyle is joined by Hossa as they discuss what it means to be a Hall of Famer, how he got there, and his career in the NHL. Later on, Pat is joined by Charlie Roumeliotis and Scott King to discuss Hossa's career and provide perspe…
 
It’s a fresh Hall of Fame edition of the Blackhawks Crazy Podcast following this week’s election of Marian Hossa and Doug Wilson. You’ll hear reaction from both former Hawks, while Troy Murray tells Chris Boden and Joe Brand about his on-ice experience of helping bring Hossa back from injury. Like the podcast? Subscribe on iTunes! https://serve.cas…
 
Pat Boyle is joined by former Blackhawk and now Hall of Famer Doug Wilson as they discuss Wilson's surprise at being inducted, his experience with Blackhawk great Stan Mikita when he was a rookie, and was he prepared to give up hope on making it into the Hall of Fame. (1:32) - Doug on being shocked he made the Hall of Fame (5:40) - Was Doug ready t…
 
Today we celebrate the man who established the science of botany in America. We'll also learn about the botanist who survived a plane crash in the Alaskan wilderness - an incredible story. We celebrate a presentation from 1977 that encouraged, "Take a pill if you will; I say take a plant to cope with everyday stress." We also learn about the little…
 
Farmers and ranchers should “be recognized for the the unique ways they enable the sustainable foods systems of the future and nourish our communities, natural resources, and planet”. The US Farmers and Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) was created to accomplish that vision with a mission to co-create sustainable food systems, connecting farmers, ranchers …
 
Today we celebrate the man who named the lipstick tree and was known as Florida's Burbank. We'll also learn about the incredible work of an extraordinary Russian botanist who was tragically sentenced to death on this day in 1941. And we honor the life of the "Father of Hybrid Corn." Today's poetry is all about a favorite summer crop: tomatoes. We G…
 
Stuart talks with one of the Founders Harley K. Dubois about how Burning Man evolved since the 1990s... and what now… Power, money, and consumer substitutions for real experiences. Rain and rave camps at Black Rock City, and living under a lucky star. Maker Culture, social capital, and seeing ourselves through the coming changes. Coyote tells of th…
 
Today we celebrate the preeminent botanist of North American deserts. We'll also learn about a beloved botanist and librarian with the Missouri Botanical Gardens. We celebrate the Canadian Landscape artist, who was a member of Canada's treasured Group of Seven. We also celebrate a genuinely great English-Kiwi botanist. We honor summer gardening and…
 
This week, I bring you the utterly sensational Glennon Doyle. She is the author of three books, the latest of which, Untamed, is a memoir that defies easy categorisation - somewhat like the woman herself. Untamed is thrilling, original and brave. In it, Glennon dismantles our socialised preconceptions of what women should be and challenges us all t…
 
The Blackhawks' next matchup when the NHL returns is against the Edmonton Oilers, but are the Hawks at a disadvantage this time around? Pat Boyle, Charlie Roumeliotis, and Scott King discuss the matchup as the Hawks prepare. The crew also discusses the possibility that the Hawks may get the #1 overall pick in the 2020 NHL Draft, and the new collect…
 
Today we celebrate a bishop botanist whose love of plants was second only to his love of God. We'll also learn about the botanist daughter of a key botanist in England. We celebrate the botanical entrepreneur and the creator of the influential Curtis Botanical Magazine. We also celebrate the writer who lived and worked in his incredible home called…
 
In this episode, Stacy sits down with Ashley Shoults, a principal w/ Animal Arts, an architecture firm in Boulder, Colorado that specializes exclusively in the design of animal care facilities, including animal shelters, veterinary facilities, and pet boarding facilities. Ashley is currently working on the design of a new facility for PAWS Seattle …
 
This week we discuss another book that Chris found out in the real world at a local book store: a self-help book that's based on the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz. If you've got difficult problems in life and choices to make, just think - What Would Dorothy Do? Content Warnings: Just our usual barnyard language and a brief mention of sexual assault.…
 
Find out how two critical realities of Christian life are related when the world's top expert on the Theology of the Body lights a fuse to what the former pope's biographer called John Paul II's "theological time bomb." Presented with unbridled energy, humor, and searing insight. Ideal for pre-Cana, Adult Religious Education, RCIA, and Youth Minist…
 
We'll also learn about the botanical illustrator and collector who established a worldwide reputation for his incredible herbarium. We celebrate the great Himalayan and Alpine mountain climbing and writer - he was also a botanist. We also honor bees with today's poetry. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book gardening in a humane way - helping yo…
 
When Teresa Palmer was nineteen, she walked into Hollywood's biggest talent agency and told them she was happy to have a career, but her biggest plans involved being a mother. And, she hasn't gone back on that. Even though she's scaled the heights of life as a Hollywood movie star, appearing in movies with people like Adam Sandler and Rosario Dawso…
 
Today we celebrate the man remembered in the genus name for Crape Myrtle. We'll also learn about the botanist who served as the physician to George Washington. We celebrate the man remembered in the name of the largest flower in the world. And we also celebrate the practical gardener and journalist who helped change the English landscape from forma…
 
Today we celebrate what I'm calling Dependence Day for Gardeners. We'll also learn about the gutta-percha pioneer - it's a fascinating story. We celebrate the California botanist who is remembered with a plant name and the name of a Canyon - and she was a tremendous conservationist. We also celebrate a botanist who is a sentimental favorite of mine…
 
It is not unusual to hear from folks who want farming to be a foundational part of their lives. They may have a job that requires a long commute to their office cubicle or they are living on a small farm and can’t quite make a living, with out adding some off farm income. Matt Brechwald was one of those people before he made the jump to a small far…
 
During the 2010s campaign of the Blackhawks the Stanley Cup visited the city of Chicago 3 times and no one knows the details of those visits like Keeper of the Cup Philip Pritchard does. Host Pat Boyle is joined by Pritchard as they discuss his frequent trips to Chicago during the championship runs, why was they Cup late arriving to the 2015 champi…
 
Today we officially welcome the Dog Days - they start on this day and last for the next 40 days. We'll also learn about the Landscape Architect who invented the term "landscape architecture." We celebrate the market gardener from Isleworth, who exhibited the first large-scale cultivated strawberry at the Royal Horticultural Society on this day over…
 
The story of St. Nicholas Shrine is one of many challenges, roadblocks, and setbacks. At the same time, it is also a chronicle of triumph over adversity, and of generosity and hope. By the grace of God, and due to the extraordinary stewardship of countless faithful people and organizations throughout the journey, construction is beginning again, an…
 
How does the Burning Man community engage in the fight for racial justice? What skills do we have to share? Burning Man Project’s Senior Communications Manager Dominique Debucquoy-Dodley speaks with three guests who have devoted much of their lives and time to these questions. Élida Margarita Bautista, Erin Douglas, and Marlon Williams join Burning…
 
Today we welcome the new month - July - and we remember the first meeting of the Vale of York Field Naturalists Club. We'll also learn about the Illinois State Flower, which was adopted on this day. We'll usher in the new month with some July poetry. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about how gardens and growing food help people maintain th…
 
Today's guest is someone I fell in platonic love with by reading her work. Julia Samuel is one of the country's leading psychotherapists but she is also well-known as an author. Her first book, Grief Works, was a Sunday Times bestseller and is routinely cited as one of the most helpful and compassionate books on bereavement you will ever read. Her …
 
Academic research is often distant to the public, but now it’s more crucial than ever for the public to trust in and be involved with research. We spoke to Dr. Bella Starling, a public engagement professional and Director of Public Programmes at Manchester University Hospitals NHS Trust., in the UK., about her role in fostering community engagement…
 
Part 3 from the reading of my book Constant Procession- Continues the 'Lady of Lourdes' apparition story. Next on my journey of discovering apparitions finds me along with 100.000 people visiting ‘The Farm' to learn about the Virgin Mary’s visit with a controversial USA seer Nancy Fowler. I value feedback through the comments section on my website …
 
Pat Boyle and Charlie Roumeliotis are joined by the super opinionated Brian Burke to discuss the Hall of Fame voting, his issues with how the draft lottery was done, and his beef with Artemi Panarin. (1:10) - Burke explains why the draft lottery is a "disgrace" (6:18) - Burke explains the Hall of Fame voting process (12:58) - Burke calls the 1999 N…
 
In this episode, Stacy chats with Steven Morelli, CEO and founder of Waggle, a new—and very different—crowdfunding platform to help pet owners and shelters/rescues raise money for animals in need of urgent veterinary care. Steven, who has a background in finance and data analytics, found himself increasingly angry over the way various crowdfunding …
 
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