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Best Nathan Peters podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Nathan Peters podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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BackStory is a weekly public podcast hosted by U.S. historians Ed Ayers, Brian Balogh, Nathan Connolly and Joanne Freeman. We're based in Charlottesville, Va. at Virginia Humanities. There’s the history you had to learn, and the history you want to learn - that’s where BackStory comes in. Each week BackStory takes a topic that people are talking about and explores it through the lens of American history. Through stories, interviews, and conversations with our listeners, BackStory makes histo ...
 
Bidsy's Small Business Society features today's most dynamic small business owners and entrepreneurs talking about what makes their business successful! John Lee Dumas, Mike Dolce, Christine Hassler, Nathan Latka, Peter Shankman, Holly Barker, Nathan Chan, and Kate Erickson are only a few of the featured guests that include multi-millionaire entrepreneurs, international best-selling authors, world-renowned motivational speakers and coaches, award-winning artists, and professional athletes, a ...
 
We interview hard to reach entrepreneurs. (Mark Cuban, Tim Ferriss, Sophia Amoruso, Tony Robbins, Barbara Corcoran, Daymond John & many more). Unlike most podcast interview series Nathan Chan literally started from knowing nothing. He was just an average guy working in a 9-5 job he utterly hated. He knew nothing about entrepreneurship, nothing about startups, nothing about marketing, and nothing about online or how to build a business. So from launching Foundr Magazine he's gone out and spok ...
 
What is it to be on mission with God? Let's go a little deeper than just "go". Let's dig into the guts of the thing. Missional living is a broad topic with huge implications! On the MissionLife podcast, we move through these topics one-by-one and study them from every angle. Nathan Metz is a missionary with World Gospel Mission to Uganda. He and his wife Jade have four children, Maddix, Sophie, Ezra and Ruby. Nathan is a speaker, author and host of the MissionLife Podcast. MissionLife is a b ...
 
Ezra Klein brings you far-reaching conversations about hard problems, big ideas, illuminating theories, and cutting-edge research. Want to know how Stacey Abrams feels about identity politics? How Hasan Minhaj is reinventing political comedy? The plans behind Elizabeth Warren’s plans? How Michael Lewis reads minds? This is the podcast for you. Produced by Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Pitch Music & Arts — four aural days of music and contemporary art, situated in the forever-still Grampian plains. Bringing together a community of like-minded people for an indelible weekend. 🌜🌕🌖🌗🌘🌑🌒🌓🌔🌕🌛2020 Lineup (in alphabetical order): ANNA (BRA) . Aurora Halal (Live) (USA) . Ben Rau (GER) . Ben UFO (UK) . The Black Madonna (USA) . CARISTA (NL) . Cassettes For Kids (AUS) . Collarbones (Live) (AUS) . Cooper Saver (USA) . Curses (USA) . DJ BORING (AUS) . DJ NOBU (OFFICIAL) (JAP) . Fantast ...
 
"Inside Independent Publishing (with IBPA)" wants to make you a smarter publisher by giving you access to powerful ideas, strategies, and tools for success. Our interview guests are independent publishers, author publishers, and hybrid publishers, as well as distributors, printers, typographers, reviewers, booksellers, marketers, visionaries, and opinion leaders from all sectors of the book publishing industry. We are sponsored and supported by the Independent Book Publishers Association, th ...
 
On this podcast, Seth Abramovitch, senior writer at The Hollywood Reporter, and Chip Pope, an Emmy-winning TV writer and comic, take you behind the scenes of the indelible pop culture moments that shaped Hollywood history — with special guests who were actually there. In a town where everything old is eventually new again, Seth and Chip give listeners a front-row seat to the way things were. Welcome to IT HAPPENED IN HOLLYWOOD! Hosted by: Seth Abramovitch and Chip Pope Produced by: Matthew W ...
 
Born in the early 80's and raised on African beats (his roots), Hip Hop, House, Break Beats, Drum & Bass, Pop & Rock or Electro. Founder and DJ instructor/Producer at Koh Phangan ACADEMIX Dj School (since 2013). An uncompromising follower of the DIY (do it yourself). Constantly digging for new music, while shaping his own universe around various genres dj sets... He was just 15 when he discovered the Electronic scene alongside Jeff Mills, Laurent Garnier, Nathan Fake, Oxia and more... Cruisi ...
 
"Been All Around This World" explores the breadth and depth of folklorist Alan Lomax's seven decades of field recordings. From the earliest trips he made through the American South with his father, John A. Lomax, beginning in 1933, to his last documentary work in the early 1990s, the program will present seminal artists and performances alongside obscure, unidentified, and previously unheard singers and players, from around America and the world, drawn from the Lomax Collection at the Americ ...
 
From stage to streaming video, BOMB Magazine presents interviews and conversations between artists, writers, directors, musicians, actors, and architects. Recorded in front of audiences at various locations throughout New York City.
 
Welcome to Living with Lyme, the podcast where we educate, advocate and collaborate about Lyme Disease. Hear from experts as they share reliable information about how to live with Lyme Disease. Your host is Cindy Kennedy, MS, FNP-BC. For more references, including blogs and links to resources, visit www.livingwithylyme.us
 
A Life Economy explores how we can use the power of our consciousness to create a more beautiful world – the world we want to live in. Inspired by visionary leaders like Buckminster Fuller, Peter Joseph, Michael Tellinger, Andrew Yang, and John Perkins, it’s all about the people, technologies, and ideas that help us come back into balance with nature. Topics include: • New Economies (RBE, UBI, Ubuntu, MMT, Blockchain) • Conscious Activism (income inequality, predatory capitalism, neoliberali ...
 
Founded in 2018, the Pondering Primates podcast is a series of conversations about issues in philosophy, politics, religion, reason, and much else besides. It is brought to you by students of the University of Edinburgh Atheist, Humanist, and Secularist Society. The podcast's very own Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ponderingprimates/. Read the page details for information on the team and more! All views the hosts'/guests' own, not necessarily the Society's.
 
Despised by Dostoyevsky and Tolstoy, What Is To Be Done? is a fascinating, sympathetic story of idealistic revolutionaries in mid-nineteenth century tsarist Russia; translator Nathan Haskell Dole affirms in his preface his conviction that it is a thriller that no one can put down once s/he begins it. Its variegated cast of characters includes Vera Pavlovna, a boldly independent woman in a time of great oppression, and the inspirational radical Rakhmetov. The author wrote the novel from the d ...
 
The TIBCO BPM Ask the Expert series is designed to help technical professionals better understand benefits of BPM. Jeff Kristick, the BPM Ask the Expert host, discusses how BPM software enables companies to define process flows that reflect and direct how their assets (people and technology) work together to get things done, orchestrates the execution of those processes by routing instructions and information between systems, and enables people to modify process definitions as requirements c ...
 
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The Australian Women win a World Cup, break records and make history at a packed MCG. They did it by having a stick first, absolutely smashing them and decimating the opposition before dancing on stage at a Katy Perry concert in full kit. Have we ever felt safer? There's a Men's series that allegedly happened in South Africa at the same time. Nothi…
 
When Peter Diamandis was a kid, there were two life-changing moments that shaped him into the person he is today: the launch of the Apollo space program and the release of Star Trek. These two events inspired Diamandis’ love of space and taught him to always keep his eyes on the future. It’s no surprise then that Diamandis went on launch over 20 co…
 
CEO Dallas Tanner on the breakneck creation and growth of multibillion-dollar home rental company Invitation Homes. Like a lot of successful businesses, Invitation Homes was a seemingly overnight hit that had been in the making for many years. “We bought the first 30,000 homes in the first 18 months,” says CEO Dallas Tanner, of the single-family ho…
 
Andrew Copson is the Chief Executive of Humanists UK and President of Humanists International. Andrew has represented humanist organisations to places such as the House of Commons and the United Nations and has contributed to many outlets including New Humanist, The Guardian, and New Statesman and has appeared on TV and radio many times. He is the …
 
Woman. Wife. Smuggler. Spy . . .A thrilling and heart-wrenching novel inspired by the astonishing real life story of Nancy Wake. Perfect for fans of Suzanne Goldring's MY NAME IS EVA, Kate Quinn's THE ALICE NETWORK and Imogen Kealey's LIBERATION, soon to be a blockbuster movie.In 1936, foreign correspondent, Nancy Wake, witnesses first-hand the ter…
 
A BRAND NEW STEPHANIE KING NOVEL, FROM THE +3 MILLION COPY-BESTSELLING QUEEN OF PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLERSA year ago today, we all gathered for Lucas's wedding at his glorious Cornish home overlooking the sea.But no one was married that day.Now Lucas has invited us back to celebrate the anniversary. But the anniversary of what? The wedding that never …
 
The past changes you forever... The Turning Point is a gripping novel of passion, intrigue and ambition, set against the backdrop of 1950s Britain from acclaimed author Judith Lennox. Perfect for fans of Lulu Taylor and Rachel Hore.Cambridge, 1952. When Ellen Kingsley embarks upon an exciting career in scientific research she soon finds herself cau…
 
Six friends on a luxury yacht. Only five are coming back...A dream vacation turns deadly in this pulse-pounding, twisting revenge thriller set on the Riviera about dark female friendships.Do you dare step on board The Lion's Den?Belle likes to think herself immune to the dizzying effects of fabulous wealth.But when her best friend Summer invites he…
 
A year ago today, we all gathered for Lucas's wedding at his glorious Cornish home overlooking the sea.But no one was married that day.Now Lucas has invited us back to celebrate the anniversary. But the anniversary of what? The wedding that never happened, or the tragedy that occurred just hours before the ceremony was due to begin?He's told us tha…
 
New York Times bestselling author Anne Perry brings us the second exciting instalment in her new thriller series, set in a time of increasing fear and violence across Europe in the 1930s and featuring British photographer and secret agent Elena Standish.July, 1934. Following the assassination of Chancellor Dollfuss in Vienna, Elena Standish is enli…
 
Our brand new Darts Legends series debuts with an interview with the three-time world champion John Lowe MBE. The 1979, 1987 and 1993 BDO world champion calls in to chat to co-host Alex Moss about his career, from discovering the game in his early 20s, winning the first of two World Masters titles in 1976, playing 100+ times for England and being t…
 
Even with the popularity of his HBO series High Maintenance, Ben Sinclair is still not great at taking compliments. He gets a lot of them, considering the show is one of the early success stories from the world of DIY web series that crossed over to mainstream television. Ben tells Marc how he lived a classic struggling artist life in New York befo…
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Ryen Russillo to revisit the 1996 NBA draft, discuss the mid-'90s NBA subplots and some of the legends of the '96 draft class (4:00) before redrafting the top-14 lottery picks (44:30). Finally, Bill and Ryen answer some mailbag questions, make quarantine entertainment recommendations, and more (1:50:38).…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic is a grim reminder that the worst really can happen. Tail risk is real risk. Political leaders fumble, miscalculate, and bluster into avoidable disaster. And even as we try to deal with this catastrophe, the seeds of another are sprouting. The US-China relationship will define geopolitics in the 21st century. If we collapse in…
 
We commence our farewell to the season in the only way we know how: by discussing safety, Fathers, MyCricket and Shane Warne. That’s all before Justin Langer is finally granted the privilege of joining our fair show, whereupon he muses on his early club cricket forays with Dennis Lillee, kicking over the bin at Headingley, TikTok with his daughters…
 
Justin recently hosted An Evening with Tom Wright at Westminster Chapel in London (pre-Coronavirus restrictions!). In this podcast special Tom delivers a talk on ‘Jesus, Paul and the Question of God’ and then sits down with Justin to answer audience questions. To support Premier’s Voice of Hope appeal www.premierchristianradio.com For the Ask NT Wr…
 
As BackStory wraps up production, we’ve asked our hosts to select memorable moments from the show. A founding host of the show, Brian Balogh has discussed a range of topics with a lot of different people - academic historians, museum curators, and even politicians. But some of his favorite conversations have been with everyday people who have lived…
 
The Galapagos Islands have captured hearts and captivated imaginations for centuries. Such is their ecological importance that in 1978 the archipelago was declared the first ever World Heritage Site, a testament to our collective desire to preserve the magic and diversity that inspired Darwin. Monty Halls first visited the islands almost twenty yea…
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder and Jeff Ament to discuss a wide variety of topics, including Pearl Jam’s first concert, the Seattle SuperSonics, hanging with Dennis Rodman, the best music venues, tour stories, their new album ‘Gigaton,’ and MUCH more.
 
Harnessing Bloomberg's reporting from every continent, Bloomberg's daily Prognosis podcast brings the news, data and analysis you need for living in the time of Covid-19. In around ten minutes, we will explain the latest developments in health and science, the impact on individuals, industries and governments and the adaptions they are making in th…
 
Positive and Negative is a podcast where Tristan Miller discusses the relationship between mental health and the creative temperament. This episode Tristan speaks with comedian and singer Sally Ann Hall about her experience with Bipolar Disorder, PTSD, and Bulemia. Find out more about her at https://funnysallyann.com/ For early access to episodes c…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed American life overnight. How are booksellers faring, what kinds of issues do they face, and what measures are they taking to survive? John Mutter of industry newsletter Shelf Awareness makes some initial observations. Topics Covered The plight of booksellers and their employees Is relief in sight? Do stores already…
 
Kathy Valentine is in one of the most famous and profitable female rock bands ever but she’s really taken to becoming a writer. That's because she’s got a lot of stories to tell. Kathy talks with Marc about her new memoir that chronicles her early life and the peak of The Go-Go’s. She explains why the band fell apart after their period of success a…
 
With the darts world still on the sidelines due to Covid-19, we bring you a special episode with an interview "From The Vault" of co-host Alex Moss' dictaphone. Back in late 2015, Alex was invited to visit the home of Peter Wright and we play the interview with the reigning PDC world champion, where he lifts the lid on his journey to becoming one o…
 
"We cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself!" That was President Donald Trump, this week, explaining why he was thinking about lifting coronavirus guidelines earlier than public-health experts recommended. The "cure," in this case, is social distancing, and the mass economic stoppage it forces. The problem, of course, is COVID-19, and …
 
Serial entrepreneur, yoga teacher, and activist Debriana Berlin (@hellodebriana) has been on the frontlines of the climate crisis for multiple decades. As the EPA’s Director of Special Projects during the Obama era, she helped form our government's strategy to address climate change and worked with companies to reduce greenhouse emissions. In today…
 
Believe it or not, there are many parallels between the world of boxing and the world of entrepreneurship. Tim West is familiar with both. As the founder of the fastest-growing global boxing franchise, 12RND Fitness, West has had his feet squarely planted in both realms for many years. He started his journey working in brick-and-mortar fitness cent…
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by his pal Jimmy Kimmel to catch up and discuss self-quarantine life, the return of ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire,’ Jimmy hosting the Kobe Bryant memorial, Kobe memories, restaurants being affected by the coronavirus, Parent Corner, and more (2:27). Then Bill talks with actor, writer, and comedian J.B. Smoove ab…
 
Peter Hitchens is an English journalist and author who writes for The Mail on Sunday. Once a revolutionary socialist, he has long since been a Burkean conservative and Anglican Christian who believes that Britain has lost its way over the past century. He views British society as irredeemably fallen thanks to the decline of Christianity, marriage, …
 
FNP Cindy interviews Ari Whitten, an energy and fatigue specialist, to discuss the impact of fatigue on our health and ways to feel better. Ari is the host of his own popular podcast, the Energy Blueprint, where he brings together experts on the subject of fatigue and energy enhancement. Get more Lyme resources at: https://livingwithlyme.us/ Join o…
 
Dan Aykroyd has thrived in show business but he’s always been in tune with the business part as much as the show part. Whether it was running his own radio ad company or an after-hours speakeasy, or his House of Blues clubs and his Crystal Head line of vodka, Dan is always thinking of the next thing. He tells Marc how he went from Canadian improv s…
 
“What is happening,” writes Annie Lowrey, “is a shock to the American economy more sudden and severe than anyone alive has ever experienced.” It’s also different from what anyone alive has ever experienced. For many of us, the Great Recession is the closest analogue — but it’s not analogous at all. There, the economy’s potential was unchanged, but …
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Ryen Russillo to ask a series of “what-if” questions given the uncertainty surrounding the 2019-20 season. They discuss old games being aired on TV, Tom Brady leaving the Patriots, book, TV, and movie recommendations, and Game 5 of the 1993 Western Conference finals between the SuperSonics and the Suns.…
 
Well, the pandemic has taken hold and for TGC that only means one thing: overlaying inappropriate and ill-advised cricketing analogies to describe the deepest health and economic crisis in living memory. Gee COVID-19’s hooping ‘em. Because of the times, this week we’ve gone for a ‘we not me’ approach. To offset our intellectually limited analysis w…
 
As a founder, you’re likely feeling a lot of stress and anxiety around the current situation with COVID-19. While we hope your business isn’t being too heavily impacted, we want to let you know that we’re always here for you and want to help in any way we can. We’ve been mulling over how we could be the most useful to the Foundr community and decid…
 
Pauli Murray might be one of the most influential but little-known figures in modern American history. Born in 1910 in Baltimore, Murray, who was a prominent lawyer and activist, went on to shape American law, society and culture throughout much of the 20th century. Publicly, Murray is remembered for contributions to feminist legal thought and in p…
 
In a special edition of the show, recorded from home, Justin looks at the present Coronavirus crisis, how the pandemic will change global society and how the church can respond. He chats with Reasons To Believe virologist AJ Roberts, church and culture theologian Mark Sayers and introduces a special guest for the first time… his wife Rev Lucy Brier…
 
Are you on the path burnout? Would you like to know how to bypass burnout and get back to the best of your life. On this episode we explore the journey to burnout and then the strategy to bypass burnout with Leigh-Anne Sharland. Leigh-Anne Sharland is a passionate advocate for stronger mental health in the workplace. As a life coach, mentor, intrap…
 
The gripping new novel by Sunday Times Number One bestseller Victoria Hislop is set against the backdrop of the German occupation of Greece, the subsequent civil war and a military dictatorship, all of which left deep scars.Themis is part of a family bitterly divided by politics and, as a young woman, her fury with those who have collaborated with …
 
The world took notice of Utkarsh Ambudkar with his freestyle performance on the Oscar telecast but he was almost a classic cautionary character: The guy who blows his big break because of struggles with substance abuse. Utkarsh tells Marc about his early love of hip-hop, how rap battles and general swagger opened doors for him on Broadway and in Ho…
 
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