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Best Newreleases podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Newreleases podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Hi, my name is Andrew, and I watch movies. I have watched thousands of movies in my life, and enjoy writing, and talking about them. There is no discrimination based on genre or age here, I watch 'em all, and podcast about them. Sometimes, I even watch the movies with other people, and have an after movie conversations on the show. I hope everyone enjoys the evolution of this podcast, and our journey through the film world together. Let's start the conversation!
 
Nonfiction authors share compelling true stories & books with great ideas for living well. In addition to discussing captivating biographies & memoirs, these writers promote business & entrepreneurship, foster community-building, encourage health & wellness, strengthen home & family, and nurture personal development. Regardless of the genre, all the books we feature are insightful, inspiring, and uplifting. In the end, we save you time by curating long-standing classics, sleepers, and new re ...
 
A father is joined by his son and daughter-in-law to watch, review, and discuss a different film each week. The films range from classics to fringe titles you may never have seen. The discussion comes from two sides of the generation gap. Plus a weekly look at new Blu-ray and DVD releases as well as what's new in theaters.
 
A podcast for those who just want to catch up on a film they normally would never see. Each week, Ron recaps a movie for Chris, who works long hours for little pay. Nurse Candy brings the games, and everybody else just wants a little entertainment. Hilarity and mishaps ensue. MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD: proceed at your own peril...
 
TheNextLevel is a podcast of urban club mixes to start off your weekend right! The podcast features NEW Released Hits, Radio Favorites, Throwback Classics, Remixes, R&B, Hip-Hop, House and Dance. TheNextLevel was originally started back in 2005 by Arizona's Dee J. X-Treme! and DJ JFresh-One with 5 limited edition mixes. However, at the break of 2012, JFresh-One revived the series back into the people's ears thru the world wide web!
 
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After catching up comic book news, the club gets into: HELLIONS #1 (10:20) Zeb Wells' pens the newest entry into to the X-Men's Dawn of X world, where we see Mister Sinister getting his own team of misfits and misunderstood mutants to oversee. NO ONE'S ROSE #1 (24:00) Zac Thompson and Emily Horn write this complex sci-fi thriller about Earth long a…
 
SUMMARY In her first book, Dust Bowl Girls: The Inspiring Story of the Team that Barnstormed Its Way to Basketball Glory, Lydia Reeder captures the gripping true story of an underdog women’s championship basketball team. Boxes of family history documents introduced Reeder to Sam Babb, her great uncle and the underdog team’s coach during the Depress…
 
In this stay at home episode of B Movies and Beyond! we are joined by rebels, Nikki and Nate to talk about the coronavirus and movies. We discuss if we would re-sleeve our bodies like in Altered Carbon to fool around with the opposite sex and we talk about sexy cartoons! We discuss the new movie news and review the looney movie Space Jam (1996), Mi…
 
The club was super excited to see what Karla Pacheco is doing with Jessica Drew in her premier issue of her new comic, Spider-Woman #1. We also check out what the Allred family has been up to, as the comic book superstar duo of Michael and Laura Allred team up again for X-Ray Robot #1. Intro @ 0:00 (Duh) Spider-Woman #1 @ 14:30 X-Ray Robot #1 @ 27:…
 
Med student turned public health detective, Dr. Karen K. Lee chronicles her decades-long professional journey in her recent book, Fit Cities: My Quest to Improve the World's Health and Wellness—Including Yours. As a built environment advisor, she helps gather data about how we eat, build, and move. Typical assessments include walkability, availabil…
 
In this social distancing episode of B Movies and Beyond! we are joined by first time guest Nate! We pick our weapon of choice for the apocalypse and what weird food would you be willing to eat. We discuss the new Hollywood coronavirus news and the lack of trailers being released. Peter reviews the great X-Men knockoff film Freaks (2018), Ryan conf…
 
This week, the club talks about the reality of life during Covid-19 setting in, before getting into this weeks featured issues: Jonathan Hickman kicks off Decorum on Image comics — his first independent comic since his tenure piloting the greatly acclaimed Dawn of X series on Marvel. We also discuss the newest title from the X-Men family, with Gerr…
 
SUMMARY Radical Spirits: India’s First Woman Doctor and Her American Champions is Nandini Patwardhan’s first full-length biography. “Based on original letters, university archives, and newspaper accounts, Radical Spirits draws a textured portrait of the relationships that Indian, British, and American individuals forged by bridging cultural and cla…
 
In this coronavirus episode of B Movies and Beyond! we are down a Evan, but up a Justin and Jeromie. We discuss which cartoon we would like into a live action TV show or movie and what is our favorite contagion movie. We talk about the all of the lame new trailers that came out. We review the fantastic film where Paul Walker is a T-Rex in "Tammy an…
 
SUMMARY In her nonfiction children’s picture book, Natascha Biebow uncovers the little-known story of The Crayon Man: The True Story of the Invention of Crayola Crayons. In addition to Steven Salerno's brilliant illustrations, Biebow's narrative includes "fact boxes" to embed extra information for the curious reader and inquiring adult. More than a…
 
SUMMARY Celebrated science journalist Lydia Denworth coalesces decades of research to bring us her book, FRIENDSHIP: THE EVOLUTION, BIOLOGY, AND EXTRAORDINARY POWER OF LIFE’S FUNDAMENTAL BOND. Studies in history, biology, neuroscience, genetics, sociology, and epidemiology confirm we humans are deeply wired to connect with others. Furthermore, we n…
 
SUMMARY Maria Ross, brand strategist and founder of Red Slice, shares her latest book, The Empathy Edge. Going beyond warm fuzzies, Ross shares hard data affirming the need for companies to understand what their customers really want and need. Seeing things from the customer’s perspective is not only a good idea and the right thing to do; it’s beco…
 
Investigative health journalist Judy Foreman brings decades of experience and hundreds of scientific studies to her latest book, Exercise Is Medicine: How Physical Activity Boosts Health and Slows Aging. Even though we know of more centenarians now than ever before, we’re also growing fatter and older faster than ever. Through extensive research in…
 
SUMMARY In The Red Rose Crew, former crew team member and rowing coach, Daniel Boyne, tackles the compelling true story of the female athletes who came together to form the first U.S. Women’s National Crew Team. It was 1975, just when Title IX began to crack open doors to American women in sports and at universities across the nations. This formida…
 
SUMMARY Dr. BJ Fogg, founder and director of the Behavior Design Lab at Stanford University, unveils his breakout book, Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything. A bright yellow sheath striping the book cover boldly claims, “This Book Will Change Your Life!” Inside the book, Fogg explodes myths promoting traditional approaches to chang…
 
SUMMARY After learning important communication skills, author Michael Sorensen decided to “pay it forward” by writing I Hear You: The Surprisingly Simple Skill Behind Extraordinary Relationships. Especially powerful is the skill of validation, which Sorensen packages in a 4-Step Validation Process. KEY POINTS Validation – showing we understand anot…
 
SUMMARY Issuing a warning against “global cooling,” world-renowned Italian psychotherapist Piero Ferrucci offers a guide for individual and societal well-being in his book, The Power of Kindness: The Unexpected Benefits of Leading a Compassionate Life. In his tenth-anniversary edition, Ferruci delivers in great depth 19 distinct facets of kindness.…
 
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