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Best Peggys podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Peggys podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The Peggy Smedley Show, the voice of M2M and connected devices, is an informative, yet fun talk show hosted by Peggy Smedley, president of Specialty Publishing Co, and and Editorial Director of Connected World magazine. The show features discussions with top newsmakers and technology companies and in-depth analysis of the week’s biggest connected device stories and trends.
 
Sparks of Interest is a new upcoming podcast discussing local issues in and around Sparks, Nevada. This also includes Reno and Washoe County but even if you aren't a local, that's ok too! The topics discussed may apply to your hometown as well. Hosted by former Mayor Candidate, Jeff Bonano; with co-hosts Dennis Bagley II and Peggy Rew to help keep our conversations comparable to 3 friends just talking over a cup of coffee.
 
Eggy, Ian, and Mike D: friends since they were toddlers, tackle all things sports with a focus on Philadelphia sports. Ian, the super fan, Mike, the pop-culture savy sports aficionado, and Eggy, the former athlete that has lost touch with sports fandom, go head-to-head and debate all relevant sports topics. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/brotherly-love-sports-podcast3438/donations
 
Welcome to "Ask Peggy Doviak About Your Finances!" This channel offers Peggy's weekly radio show and is divided into four sections: Bulls and Bears Market Report and Economic Update, Legislative Update, Plan Your Prosperity Ask Peggy--your opportunity to ask a question! When Peggy Doviak’s mother got taken to the cleaners by an unscrupulous stock broker, Peggy got mad. She was so angry that she changed careers from corporate training to financial planning because she wanted to ensure that wh ...
 
Novel set in the shabby world of British (third-rate) theaters circa 1900. Christopher Tatham tries to survive by going from bit part to bit part, and by his uncle's charity, while hoping for a leading-man role. He meets Peggy Harper, who is in a similar situation. We follow them in their attempts to carve out a life for themselves and to attain fame and success. Leonard Merrick had worked as actor and actor-manager in the theater himself, and used his experiences in this novel (Summary by A ...
 
Hi, I’m Dax Shepard, and I love talking to people. I am endlessly fascinated by the messiness of being human, and I find people who are vulnerable and honest about their struggles and shortcomings to be incredibly sexy. I invite you to join me as I explore other people’s stories. We will celebrate, above all, the challenges and setbacks that ultimately lead to growth and betterment. What qualifies me for such an endeavor? More than a decade of sobriety, a degree in Anthropology and four year ...
 
In this fifth and (as far as is known) final volume of Peggy Raymond and her Friendly Terrace entourage, we find the Girls winding down from the Great War, and pursuing more domestic and mischievous pursuits. Finishing up college and preparing for Peggy and Grahame's wedding, Ruth, Amy and Priscilla look toward their own opportunities of future relationships and potential marriages. As Harriet Lummis Smith is so good at, it is a neat blend of continuity toward the known characters and charmi ...
 
Published in 1916, this third installment with The Friendly Terrace girls places them in The Girl’s High School, with an array of new characters, and a few peripherally known from the first book. A heavier edge of drama comes through via a new student with a superiority complex, another student whose diligent scholastic achievements mar her socially, and an odd tradition of affectionate favouritism between Freshman and Seniors which proves to be awkward and disruptive to more than just the s ...
 
Episodic discussions of Marvel's Agent Carter by two fangirl extraordinaires. Sadly the show has ended, but check out our Agents of SHIELD feed! We'd love to hear your thoughts, too! Write to us at RandomTeaPodcasts@gmail.com Check out what else we like to talk about at RandomTeaPodcasts.com
 
This is Peggy Bennett - I am a Clarity Coach, Matchmaker and Stylist. Join me each week as I host Real Souls, a show that is as diverse as I am. Everything from dating and relationships to manifesting the life that you desire. The conversations are raw and unfiltered. The topics range anywhere from in-depth spiritual discussions to candid sex talks. You’ll be hearing from specialists and experts along with every day men and women. These people share their wisdom, their triumphs, their person ...
 
The Friendly Terrace Quartette (or Peggy Raymond At The Poplars) published in 1920, finds Peggy and her friends preparing for The Great War. Young men they had known as boys are signing up to train and fight as soldiers, while the girls find themselves looking for what they can do to help. Priscilla, and Amy join Peggy in The Land Army to assist in agricultural labour usually left to men of the period. Ruth, of weaker health, must remain on Friendly Terrace but manages to find her own way to ...
 
Binah features creative voices from the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco. In this series, we bring you remarkable artists and thinkers who’ve come to speak at the JCCSF as part of their Arts & Ideas program.
 
In this series of revealing #interviews, music journalist Cat (http://www.cat.uk.com) tells tales about some of the biggest names in the world of music, arts, and entertainment. A book of transcripts of interviews with guests not featured on the broadcast show is available for purchase: CATtales Book (http://www.blurb.co.uk/b/8997548-cattales) Twitter: @CATtalesPodcast (http://www.twitter.com/cattalespodcast) Facebook: /CATtalesPodcast (https://www.facebook.com/CATtalesPodcast/) Instagram: @ ...
 
Hosted by Catholic TeamWorks and led by Vincentian priest Fr. Ron Hoye, The God Minute is a short, reflective morning prayer based on the Divine Office that includes a psalm, a short reading and a reflection to begin your day with the Lord. Beautiful, reflective and less than 10 minutes. Take a few God Minutes each morning and see how your day rises in abundance.
 
"Gettin Peggy Wit it" is an interview podcast where Peggy learns all about the things she already knows. She asks the hard hitting questions you never knew you needed answered (and probably didn't have the balls to ask). Interviewing today‘s "Broadway Stars", designers, and creative types alike, Peggy does as little research about her guests as possible. Listen as Peggy navigates the modern world with a 50's sensibility. Donning her saddle shoes and gingham dress, she will dive into the worl ...
 
Since 1980, City Arts & Lectures has presented onstage conversations with outstanding figures in literature, politics, criticism, science, and the performing arts, offering the most diverse perspectives about ideas and values. City Arts & Lectures programs can be heard on more than 130 public radio stations across the country and wherever you get your podcasts. The broadcasts are co-produced with KQED 88.5 FM in San Francisco. Visit CITYARTS.NET for more info.
 
Broadband Conversations is dedicated to highlighting women who are making an impact on our digital lives. Each episode, Federal Communications Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel will talk to women who are breaking new ground and forging new paths in technology, media, and innovation about what they're working on, what's on their minds, what they think is the next for the future. Because there are just too few, it's time to amplify these women's voices.
 
Explore sex, health, and consciousness with your host Liz Goldwyn, founder of TheSexEd.com. The Sex Ed is a digital platform dedicated to sex, health and consciousness. We are here to educate, inform and inspire new discussions around sexual wellness. Each of our (s)experts have over 10,000 hours of experience in their respective fields. From clinical sexology and kink, to mindful meditation and sexual medicine— our goal is to help cultivate a deeper understanding, openness and acceptance of ...
 
New Season: “With Friends Like These: Converts”. Humans tend not to change their minds, so we’re going to see what we can learn from looking at people that have changed their minds about really big things: religion, politics and also psychic healing, criminal justice and more. We’ll examine historical accounts of converts, the ways we change our brain when we change our mind, and we’ll tell the stories of people who’ve been through it all. New episodes every Friday.
 
Sequel to The Girls of Friendly Terrace (or Peggy Raymond's Success). As the summer opens the girls fan themselves on the porch, wishing for a get away. As it happens, opportunity knocks, leading them into a country vacation along with a few more members to the party. (Summary by Daryl Wor)
 
"Things Not Seen" talks with people of faith who are working to make sense of why we are here and how we can all live together despite our deep differences in belief. The show is hosted by Dr. David Dault, and features guests from a broad spectrum of public life, with in-depth conversations about real struggles at the intersection of faith and culture.
 
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The Peggy Smedley Show, the voice of M2M and connected devices, is an informative, yet fun talk show hosted by Peggy Smedley, president of Specialty Publishing Co, and and Editorial Director of Connected World magazine. The show features discussions with top newsmakers and technology companies and in-depth analysis of the week’s biggest connected d…
 
1's and 2's are you enjoying the content I am providing on the Open Mike Radio Podcast? Great! Because today's show will not disappoint, we have new to comedy, new to the show and new to you Peggy Banks. We talked about how we're handling this pandemic, staying healthy and the trials of being a black woman in this comedy world. As always sit back, …
 
He’s been in so many flops, yet hasn’t lost his affable blond Eeyore sensibility! His laugh is just adorable. And he’s pals with Carolee Carmelo, so he must have some good qualities. Follow me on IG: @greetingsitspeggy & @morganajames Produced & edited by Ellyn Marie Marsh & Alan Seales Part of the Broadway Podcast Network.…
 
Peggy Hansen says that no matter who you are in the animal kingdom, it’s best to remember that those who rule the roost literally and figuratively will eventually lay an egg. She knows she’s the prettiest. You can tell from that strut, glossy feathers showing all the rainbow as they catch the low light of late afternoon. A shake of her comb, fleshy…
 
Bulls and Bears Economic Update: Jerome Powell discusses the pandemic; Legislative Update: the recent House stimulus package; Plan Your Prosperity: How to calculate your cash flow; Ask Peggy: How to file for unemployment if you are self employed or a gig worker. "Ask Peggy About Your Finances" helps people understand their money. Each week, Peggy D…
 
It's been far too long since Perry welcome Colin Cox and Jon Phelps of The Hop Ons Podcast back to the show, so it only seemed appropriate to do it for the Isosessions! Here, they talk about good and bad whiskeys, what we can learn from a film class, and Colin apologizes for some mistakes he made on their last appearance. Enjoy. Please give us a 5-…
 
Protests and marches inspired by the death of George Floyd continue across the U.S. and beyond, while in Minneapolis, mourners gather at his memorial service. President Trump has called for tough action against the protesters, encouraging the deployment of active-duty military officers to quell domestic protests. Christiane Amanpour is joined by fo…
 
You can’t escape the images of protest and unrest happening in our country this week. But what will be their lasting impact on Americans’ — especially white Americans’ — views? We look back to the 1960s civil rights movement for clues. Princeton political science professor Omar Wasow work focuses on how the two different waves of protest in that er…
 
Karina Moreno shares the pervasive despair and pain so many feel right now, but she takes comfort in a family saying that has gotten them through dark days before. There was a saying taped to the wall of my mom’s house during the last years of her life. It was in my sister’s handwriting. She put it there a year or two after Mom was diagnosed with A…
 
June 2020: In this show I’m joined by Sepp Osley, frontman and co-founder of progressive rock band Blurred Vision the week in which their second album Redemption is due to be launched. We chat about how the world has changed very little since Sepp and his family fled war-torn Iran in the 1980s, how the band came to prominence through adapting Pink …
 
Here’s a chance to re-visit some of the musical highlights of season 4 of Folk on Foot – complete and uninterrupted. It features “Queen of Waters” by Nancy Kerr, “Scapa Flow 1919” by Kris Drever, “Sleeping Beauty” by Bella Hardy, “I’m a Woman on Wheels” by Peggy Seeger, “The Token” by Rachel Newton, “Walking Through Ithonside” by John Jones and the…
 
Continuing our series of conversations during the pandemic we welcome Janine from Downer's Grove, Illinois. She is a long-time friend of Shelly and Peggy who is known for her willingness to discuss topics that others might shy away from, in particular, her own vagina. The three friends engage in a discussion of Janine's vagina and vaginas in genera…
 
Heather McGhee is an American political commentator, political strategist, currently a distinguished senior fellow and former president of Demos, a non-profit progressive U.S. think tank. Heather sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss race in America - her takeaway from going to a white school but living in a black neighborhood and her theor…
 
The University of California has joined other institutions in abandoning certain standardized tests. YR Media’s Daisy Okazaki considers the trade offs. I was set to take the SAT for the first time in March, but the test was canceled the day before. When I found out, instead of feeling relieved, I was worried. As someone who struggles to keep on top…
 
People across the U.S. and beyond continue to unite in protest and solidarity over the death of George Floyd, the unarmed black man who died after a white police officer knelt on his neck. Christiane Amanpour is joined by James Clyburn, U.S. House Majority Whip, who is the most senior serving African American congressman and himself grew up during …
 
America is a melting pot of peoples and cultures, or so the cliché says. But Solomon Hughes says there’s a very big problem with the metaphor’s reality. Few things are more aesthetically pleasing than the image of a stew being cooked in a pot over an open fire. A metal pot blackened and scarred by flames relentlessly lapping against its cast-iron s…
 
It's an episode, so long in the making, that the old copywriter got bored with waiting...and he just kept doing his job, because who even knew he was different from the host guy, right? This week, Perry and Swan reunite to discuss the newest celebrity whiskey to garner attention, Buffalo Trace thinning out their brand portfolio (in a bad way), a sl…
 
Stark scenes outside the White House on Monday evening as federal police forcibly cleared a path through a group of largely peaceful protesters in order for President Trump to walk from the White House to St John's Episcopal Church. Meanwhile, former Vice President Joe Biden was out visiting protest sites and advocating for leadership that overcome…
 
Protests continue to roll through over 100 U.S. cities in the wake of the death of George Floyd last week. Christiane Amanpour is joined by congresswoman for the District of Columbia, Eleanor Holmes Norton, to discuss the importance of justice and her experience during the Freedom Summer of 1964. Civil rights activist Martin Luther King III and Cam…
 
As protests over the death of George Floyd rage from coast to coast, Christiane Amanpour speaks to civil rights leader Reverend Jesse Jackson about institutionalized racism and inequality in the United States. Melvin Carter, Mayor of Minneapolis’ twin city St Paul, discusses the latest news on the ground and the charges brought against Derek Chauvi…
 
The pandemic has exposed critical flaws in American health care, but Dr. Baldeep Singh says the COVID-19 crisis looks very different in the developing world. I have been thinking a lot about the global response to the coronavirus outbreak since I returned from Kenya last month, where I worked at a hospital in a small town, called Webuye. As you mig…
 
In this episode, we’re talking about how as an industry, tech should strive for equitable design, and how you can harness your privilege to help create diversity, with Aubrey Blanche, director of global head of equitable design and impact at Culture Amp, and Founder and CEO of The Mathpath. Aubrey talks about how the term “diversity and inclusion” …
 
This week, we present a conversation between two of today’s most incisive thinkers and creators. Rebecca Solnit is a writer, activist and public intellectual. Her broad curiosity has fueled over twenty books on topics ranging from the environment to feminism, literary criticism to social change. Brit Marling is best known as the star and creator of…
 
Interviewing a new trainer should be a process that all new and existing dog owners strongly consider. We say this because a lot of time, people end up with the wrong trainer for a range of different reasons. Many of these are because they didn’t do their homework in the first place. Other reasons include being duped by clever marketing. It’s forgi…
 
It's time for another Isosession! On this edition, Perry welcomes Abby and Alaina from Bourbon & Blondes, and they have a great conversation about drinking in lockdown, how it feels wearing jeans when you don't need to, and what the future of podcast creativity looks like after COVID-19. Enjoy. Please give us a 5-star rate and review! Become a patr…
 
The United States is shaken over the tragic death of George Floyd, the 46-year old unarmed black man from Minneapolis who died after a police officer held him down by kneeling on his neck. Christiane Amanpour is joined by U.S. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer to discuss the situation in the country and President Trump’s threat to regulate, or…
 
On today’s throwback podcast, Dr. Emily is taking your calls and helping you get out of your heads and into your beds—with tips of course! Have you been having trouble climaxing with a partner? Wondering how to find people to play with now that you’ve reached your sexual peak? What’s the secret to balancing a family life with a hot sex life? Emily …
 
At an old-fashioned Vermont town meeting, Andrew Lewis experiences the kind of politics where winning and losing isn’t the only thing that matters. I recently stumbled upon an anguished fight on social media between two friends. What are we becoming, I wondered? It’s as if some diabolical sorcerer had turned everyone in this country against one ano…
 
So far this season of “WFLT: Converts Edition,” we’ve focused on why the brain resists change — but that doesn’t mean that people give up on trying. Previous episodes have taught us that arguing doesn’t work and that people’s beliefs can be impervious to facts. But what about the blunt force approach? What about… brainwashing? We'll talk to science…
 
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