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Men and women in midlife are drawn to Mary Rogers’ honest take on the experiences of the empty nest, aging parents, spending an inheritance, dating and sex, travel, downsizing things, trashing bad habits and figuring out who you want to be now that you really are all almost grow up. The podcast is always smart, usually funny, and occasionally painfully real in speaking to the cusp of GenX and Baby Boomers.
 
The 200% Podcast has been two middle-aged men shouting at clouds, documentary series about the history of football in England and Wales, and is now about terrible old TV shows from the past.. Every Thursday, we'll deliver you an episode of our current series,This Is Our Everest. For more episodes than are available on here, feel free to pay us a visit. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Men, Would the 18 year old version of yourself look at you today and ask, “What the hell happened to you?” Has middle age been riddled with depression and anxiety that have made finding the meaning of life harder than finding your wife’s g-spot? Join your host Craig Jackson as he embarks on a journey to improve his mind, body, soul, and financial posture. So if you’re looking to regain discernible abs, start a successful side hustle, or just do something more meaningful than survive your dai ...
 
Richard Fletcher and Al Elliott are 2 middle aged men who've seen it all when it comes to online marketing. From old school banner ads in 1994, right up to the modern day 'fake webinars' (yes, we know you're not actually presenting to us live)...the result is a lot of things piss them off. This podcast is their place to vent, spleen and moan. They may occasionally offer nuggets of value, but those are entirely by accident.
 
I help men navigate middle age to achieve a better quality of life. My unconventional professional journey began working as Harvey Weinstein’s Executive Assistant in my 20’s (and telling him to f*ck off 20 years before the #MeToo movement) to having my company Team Baby Entertainment acquired by Michael Eisner in my 30’s” - along with personal experiences -the loss of my father in my teens, the imprisonment of my brother, struggles with alcohol, body image, anxiety and self-confidence. After ...
 
Welcome to a podcast hosted by unemployable fourth-rate advertising suit Steve Cooke and eminently-employable award-winning advertising creative and TV commercial director Tony Williams (no not that one - the other one). Each week, in an attempt to transport ourselves back to a world where there was no global plague, we all had expense accounts and white dogshit was still a thing, we review a classic TV ad and try to work out whether or not it was any good. We're already attracting some grea ...
 
“THE study of history, like the study of a landscape, should begin with the most conspicuous features. Not until these have been fixed in memory will the lesser features fall into their appropriate places and assume their right proportions. The famous men of ancient and modern times are the mountain peaks of history. It is logical then that the study of history should begin with the biographies of these men. Not only is it logical; it is also pedagogical. Experience has proven that in order ...
 
Welcome to the podcast, Full PreFrontal: Exposing the Mysteries of Executive Function hosted by Sucheta Kamath. Executive Function is a core set of cognitive skills that allow humans to focus attention, block out distractions, plan ahead, stay engaged, temper emotions, and think flexibly while creatively solving problems to fulfill personal and social goals. The prefrontal cortex region of the brain, which governs Executive Function, is often compared to an air traffic control system at a bu ...
 
Episodes help Midlife Women with health, relationships, confidence and finances. Interviews with Experts or Jean sharing her experience PATTERN INTERRUPT - Brief talks by Jean about the unseen effects of the COVID-19 Lock-down on our lives now and into the future. She predicts the consequences will fall most heavily on Midlife Women but provide them with great opportunities too.
 
Join two men on the right side of middle age and the wrong side of clinical obesity as they talk about basically nothing. Be disturbed by their absurd views and alarmed by how much you agree with them. For thirty minutes anything goes - this is cheerful despair. Scottish author David F Porteous is approximately one half of Cheerful Despair, find out more about him at his website http://www.dfpiii.com David Candy is approximately the other half of Cheerful Despair, learn nothing about him at ...
 
The Player’s Court Podcast empowers middle and high school aged basketball players with insight beyond their years to help them achieve their goals on and off the court in a more productive way by providing impactful content so they never have to worry about being overlooked by a coach ever again. From the thoughts, stories, and opinions of current college players, this podcast will help hopeful recruits of the future achieve their dream to play basketball at the college level.
 
A group of middle age men playing 1st edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons while making occasional socially inappropriate comments. The crew includes Baradan the dwarf fighter, Aldar the human cleric, Falthorn the human fighter, Cialis the human magic user, Trixie the female human magic user, Oddleif the halfling thief and Ahmas the professor. Enjoy. Or bugger off.
 
Survive and thrive in today's economy! With over 1,100 episodes in this Monday - Friday podcast, business and investment guru Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and financial experts including; Steve Forbes (Freedom Manifesto), Tomas Sowell (Housing Boom and Bust), Noam Chomsky (Manufacturing Consent), Jenny Craig (Health & Fitness CEO), Jim Cramer (Mad Money), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Todd Akin (Former US Congressman), Will ...
 
Roxy and Dale. Best friends for 16 years yet absolutely nothing in common. Dale is a gay ex-banker who lives in a camper van and reads comic books. Roxy is a menopausal middle-aged marriage celebrant who likes True Crime stories. Each episode, their friendship is put to the test as one sets the other a challenge to try something new, something they love - or something they know the other hates. And at the end, we find out if one of them is…’On the Turn’. Stalk them on Facebook @ontheturn (do ...
 
A Game for Boys from twelve years of age to one hundred and fifty and for that more intelligent sort of girl who likes boys' games and books. With an Appendix on Kriegspiel Miniature wargaming got its start with the publication in 1913 of this thoroughly entertaining little account of how H.G. Wells, with certain of his friends, took their childhood toys and turned play into acceptable middle-aged sport by subjecting the exercise to the civilizing influence of actual rules.While wargaming pr ...
 
The Podplay is theater for your ears. How to Bury Your Pets is a dramatic comedy in one part. Starring Hugh Ross (The Assassination of Jesse James) and Jonathan Daviss (The Outer Banks). When a middle-aged White man attempts to solve bigger issues stemming from divorce with a pair of mice for his young daughters he forges an unlikely relationship with a young Black man working at a big-box pet store. Available on all podcast platforms.
 
Gilbert Keith Chesterton was a prolific writer on many topics. His views of history were always from the standpoint of men and their interactions, and it may fairly be said he saw all of history as a battle between civilization and barbarism. So it has always been, and that remains true even today.“But it is especially in the matter of the Middle Ages that the popular histories trample upon the popular traditions. In this respect there is an almost comic contrast between the general informat ...
 
It wasn’t long ago that we were busy dreaming of making it to ‘the show’, and eating fruity pebbles from the Stanley Cup. But as we grew older our dreams, like most middle aged white men, turned to golf. We enjoy the goofy pants and fat asses and sinking ten footers for double bogey as much as the next guy. However, we recognize there is a missing piece of the puzzle in golf media. Why not let down the knickers and breathe a little? Why is it taboo to talk about the smoking hot babe in the s ...
 
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Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 545, originally published in July 2015. This is a must listen to episode for investors. Guest Harry Dent has written over 7 books on using demographics to predict economic outcomes. He and Jason discuss the inevitable Chinese market crash, the deflation that is headed our way and the massive amounts of d…
 
Dave Karger, a top entertainment TV correspondent and writer, chats it up with the Middle Age Warriors about the upcoming Academy Awards, as well some great stories from his illustrious career. Dave is currently host on TCM along with a resume that spans many network appearances, not the least of which, 200 of them on The Today Show. Dave shares hi…
 
Samantha Knock is a chef turned entrepreneur. Her craft, copywriting. Samantha teaches us about the art of copywriting and what every entrepreneur must know about creating a story for your brand. 3 Key Takeaways: 1. Learn what copywriting is and why its so important for sales. 2. Sell your brand by telling a story. Position yourself as the guide in…
 
How would your life change if you found peace with money? Many of us don't have the greatest relationship with money, whether we realize it or not. But if you are able to make peace with it, you'll find that it opens your life up to much more than you can imagine. Ken Honda, author of Happy Money, The Japanese Art of Making Peace with Your Money, j…
 
Branch and Ripley are back to talk about Looney Toons, Warner Brothers Studio Stores, Space Jam 2 and why the Looney Toons are not the big franchise they once were among other things Listen to more of Mr Ripley here at The Halloween Half Hour and you can find Nic on Disney Parks and Beyond, That Universal Podcast and My Disney Life…
 
WE ARE BAAAAAAAACK THE PODCAST IS REUNITEDDDDDDDD, not even this pandemic can keep us apaaaaaaaaaaart! It’s me and Whiskey Jenny, reunited to shoot the shit and discuss all the books we read in 2020 (all two of them). It’s magical! I love her so much! You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below, or download it directly to take with y…
 
In this episode we will deliver a piece of trivia about how a well-known Japanese car brand sources the leather for its car seats that will literally. Blow. Your. Mind. Your mind. Will. Be. Blown.* This week the Pound shop time machine that is our podcast about old ads makes a crash landing in 2003… where I haven’t slept for two years, Tones is pro…
 
Jason Hartman has been saying that house prices now are nominally high but cheap in the way that people ACTUALLY buy houses. Now it seems that other people are coming around to that realization as well. Could it be true that housing is cheap than it's been in a generation? And in the interview part of today's show, when a libertarian is saying it m…
 
What do wigs, cookie jars, pizza dough, supermarket flyers, unpaid invoices, airplane menus, and a mummified human foot have in common? Those are some of the Andy Stuff found amongst 641 boxes left behind by the Pop Art legend Andy Warhol, which is now on display at the Andy Warhol museum in Pittsburg. Truman Capote was once said to refer to Warhol…
 
Hello! In February the Supreme Court ruled against Uber in a major case on the rights of its drivers. Could it prompt a shift in working conditions in the gig economy? Former Uber driver and co-claimant in the recent case James Farrar tells us about his legal victory, Kelle Howson from Fairwork talks about what it could mean more widely, then Marti…
 
Alfred Spellman is a born storyteller. He grew up in Miami Beach and, along with his friend Billy Corben, he’s been making films since he was 15 years old. In 2000 they created their production company Rakontur and their first documentary, Raw Deal: A Question of Consent, premiered at the Sundance Festival in 2001. Since then, they’ve produced 537 …
 
In this week’s drama-filled episode Tones let’s his guard down and reveals that he’s still not recovered from the shock of finding out that Tommy Cooper didn’t do the voiceover for the Lego Kipper ad. He snaps out of it just in time to seize the opportunity to go full-Bill Clinton during the intro then indulges himself with some vintage Jimmy Savil…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 843, originally published in June 2017. Jason has left the most expensive city in the US, NYC, and is enjoying fly over state pricing once again. The meat of this episode is a recording of a Creating Wealth Live session which focuses on inflation. We all know inflation is right around the corner as it is…
 
On the milestone 50th episode of Middle Age Warriors, Chris & Rick welcome back CBS travel contributor and Travel Detective Peter Greenberg. Peter fills us in on the latest news as the world begins to reawaken to travel. Great tips and advice on how to travel in these unusual times, as well as what's hot and what's not, as we start to move around t…
 
If you only compare home prices in dollars, it sure does look like housing is overpriced. But dollars aren't the only way to look at price. What about other commodities? Jason Hartman breaks down the cost of homes through the last 21 years priced in various commodities. Then Jason finishes his interview with Jarrett Gross about 3D printed homes. Th…
 
Mike's on the road for this one, and he's the only one in the car who likes jazz, so things get a bit hairy as he listens to this week's selections. All were selected by Pat (safely at home) and all are by artists new to both, so there's some fumbling about as they listen to four 2021 releases and try to figure out why they annoy Mike's new cats so…
 
Are we in a bubble? Well, that depends on a variety of factors. One important factor is making sure that you're measuring values properly. If you use the wrong measuring stick you'll get the wrong answer, so make sure you're doing it right. Then, Jason Hartman talks with Jarrett Gross about 3D printed homes. How close to reality are they? Can you r…
 
Hello! The ‘right to play’ is recognised by the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. How can we make sure all children have the time and space to play? Aled Hanson tells us about his experience of working at Flintshire Playscheme. Marianne Mannello from Play Wales talks about the pioneering Welsh play legislation. Then writer and researcher Ti…
 
Tired of your job? Experiencing burnout? Is there more to life than this? The Dumpster Fire Project is a podcast that documents the journey of two normal guys as they try to become entrepreneurs. In this episode, Erik and Murray celebrate 1 year of the Dumpster Fire Project. Join the journey. Never settle, never regret! Watch the full episode on Yo…
 
Welcome to The Old Dog Pack Show, the premier podcast regarding the mind, body, soul, and money of the middle-aged man. In episode 13, Brian and Craig pontificate on the benefits of continuing to play competitive sports as quinquagenarians. The boys then discuss the ass-whipping that Oklahoma University football player Spencer Jones took in a bathr…
 
Greg Funderburk is the pastoral care minister at South Main Baptist Church in Houston, Texas. He is also an author whose first book, The Mourning Wave, A Novel of the Great Storm, was published to critical acclaim in September 2020. Greg’s second book, Let It Be Said We’ve Borne It Well, a collection of stories compiled to provide support and encou…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 898, originally published in October 2017. There is a lot of talk in the news lately about a possible downturn in the US economy, yet Jason’s guest, Ali Wolf of Meyers Research is staying bullish. She says the important indicators to watch aren’t showing the normal warning signs of a market drop. Ali als…
 
Bonus episode: Our extended conversation with poet and children's author Michael Rosen about his new book 'Many Different Kinds of Love'. We talk about Michael's experience with Covid and why he decided to write about it. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Experience 50 is going on a brief, yet purposeful, hiatus. The next episode will release on June 25th, 2021. Enjoy listening to the who, why. when, where, and how behind the season-long spring break for host, Mary Rogers. I believe the finish line of your Experience 50 experience is that you become the person you’ve chosen to be. To follow Mary's a…
 
Cinnia Curran Finfer is a MAW who’s written a book applicable to Middle Age Warriors on so many different levels. This week, she joins Chris & Rick to share some insight from, Confessions of a Helmet-Free Childhood . It’s a humorous memoir of a Midwestern boomer. Cinnia recounts what it was like to be a kid in the 1960's and 70s with a collection o…
 
This week, Edward and Ian have been watching Lift Off With Ayshea, a Granada TV-produced ITV pop music programme from October 1974. These were eventful and turbulent times and shows like this one did a lot of the heavy lifting with regard to helping people forget this. After a quick style guide to pronouncing Ayshea's name and a surprise appearance…
 
Too many people give up way too easily. If you want to thrive in the world and make a difference, you have to push through. You have to persevere in your ventures. That's going to mean tough times, but the end result is worth it. Jason Hartman delves into that in today's intro, as well as explaining why builders are having to trigger the Escalation…
 
The true meaning of empowering children is to help them claim the rights to their own life so that they can lead with a sense of confidence, clarity, and courage. The key is to trust children to make their own mistakes while trusting yourself to resist the temptation of wanting to do everything for them. On this episode, leading American educator, …
 
There's all sorts of talk about how to measure the housing market. One way people don't discuss much is looking at is the stock prices of home builders. Jason takes a look at what's going on there and why the way many people view the impact of rising rates isn't the clear vision they seem to think it to be. After tackling rates and home builders, J…
 
Hello! President Biden’s Covid relief package has been described as the most progressive piece of US legislation in the US for decades. Does it mark the start of a transformational presidency? We speak to Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro about the historic expansion of child tax credit and her 18 year campaign to make it happen. Lindsay Owens from the Gr…
 
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