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Best Sarah Galli podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Sarah Galli podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Andy's Girls is a weekly Real Housewives podcast that dives deep into franchise drama on and off Bravo TV. A mix of C-SPAN and "Iyanla: Fix My Life," episodes include discussions of franchise plots as well as the psychology behind the drama. Co-creator and host Sarah Galli is joined by a rotating cast of guest co-hosts, including numerous Bravo personalities. C'est bon. C'est bon. #AndysGirls ****ANDY'S GIRLS MERCH STORE**** FREE CACKLE WITH PURCHASE: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/andysgi ...
 
Every week Chris Hayes asks the big questions that keep him up at night. How do we make sense of this unprecedented moment in world history? Why is this (all) happening? This podcast starts to answer these questions. Writers, experts, and thinkers who are also trying to get to the bottom of them join Chris to break it all down and help him get a better night’s rest. “Why is this Happening?” is presented by MSNBC and NBCNews Think.
 
Faith Angle brings together top scholars and leading journalists for smart conversations around some of the most profound questions in the public square. Rather than a current-events debrief, our goal is a substantive conversation one notch beneath the surface, drawing out how religious convictions manifest themselves in American culture and public life.
 
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For this conversation, we sit down with Susan Glasser, The New Yorker’s staff writer and columnist, and a journalist who participated in our first overseas Faith Angle Forum, last November. Susan is the author of two books, a 10-year veteran correspondent at The Washington Post, editor-in-chief at Foreign Policy, and founder of Political Magazine. …
 
Who thought the Electoral College was a good idea? In two of the last five presidential elections, the candidate who lost the popular vote still managed to win the White House. So why are we still electing the most powerful position this way and what are the alternatives? Jesse Wegman, author of the new book “Let the People Pick the President”, giv…
 
What is the toll of becoming one of the most recognizable figures in the world? What are the downfalls of that level of fame? This week, we thought we'd try something a little different and discuss one of the most popular pieces of pop culture to come out in the era of physical distancing: ESPN's docuseries on Michael Jordan. "The Last Dance" paint…
 
After watching this week's RHOBH on a loop, Sarah immediately books Erika Jayne's astrologer who confirms that yes, all signs point to this season of Beverly Hills being a full return to form. An Aries with Beador Rising, Sarah immediately celebrates with an epic deep dive of Housewife motivations with Kate Casey, host of "Reality Life with Kate Ca…
 
What does education look like in the age of the coronavirus? What will it take for schools to reopen? The education system is in uncharted territory, with students isolated from their peers and guardians tasked with navigating the technological demands required by remote learning. Like everything else in this moment, there are more questions than a…
 
Inspired by this week's RHONY, Sarah Google Images "unnecessary rage spiral," and spots 15 pictures of Kelly Dodd's IG account. She throws her second computer in the trash - three times the charm! - and soothes herself with a deep-dive of all things Housewifery with "Bitch is Better" podcast host Raven Chatman, also known as @MainlyBravo. They disc…
 
How is the pandemic playing out in jails and prisons? Insufficient health care, a lack of protective gear, and the fundamental inability to physically distance have created inescapable outbreaks. Those incarcerated are at the center of some of the top coronavirus hot spots in the country. And as lawyer and president of The Appeal Josie Duffy Rice p…
 
Sarah Googles "Sonja Morgan Century 21", determined to support Sonja's favorite brand. After realizing she's a few million short from taking over the townhouse, Sarah instead makes a decision that Teddi approves, and goes "All In" - trademark pending - about all things Housewives with writer/producer/director, and future RHOP show-runner (or at lea…
 
Are we doing enough to keep the economy alive through this crisis? So far, economic relief efforts have been messy, convoluted, and inequitably distributed. But while we talk about the steps taken to save the economy, we first need to know the structures in which that recovery originates. Who decides where the money goes, how are those decisions be…
 
After realizing she forgot to respond to a Fashion Week Google Cal invite sent by Sonja by Sonja Morgan PR, Sarah decides to host her own Andy's Girls Sky Top Spectacular. She throws on several layers of Kyle X Shahida, Lynne Curtin cuffs, Skinnygirl Kids fat baby hand and body lotion, La'Dame by Karen Huger, and the most important article of all -…
 
Why are African Americans getting hit the hardest by the coronavirus? In part, this public health crisis is shining a light on the ramifications of policies and politics rooted in the legacy of racism. And what’s interesting, and what Heather McGhee is writing about for her upcoming book, is the way these racially motivated politics end up creating…
 
Inspired by Bravo's Ladies of London marathon, Sarah calls up her favorite British Dame: President and Founder of the Real Housewives Institute, Brian Moylan. They discuss the 100 people in a room breathing a sigh of relief that Bethenny and LVP have moved on, the impact Dorit and PK's on-camera cash confessionals may have on other cast members' le…
 
B is joined by Covid-19 survivor, pop culture critic, and co-host of the podcast Pot Psychology, Rich Juzwiak, to discuss all things Wendy, Whitney, and Mariah.For access to all bonus episodes and additional content, please visit patreon.com/theblistYou can check out Rich's podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pot-psychology/id149685978…
 
This week on the Faith Angle podcast, we are joined by Tim Keller and Peter Wehner. Tim Keller is the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan. He is also the Chairman & Co-Founder of Redeemer City to City (CTC), which starts new churches in New York and other global cities, and publishes books and resources for ministry in an u…
 
Something remarkable is happening. While we must be physically isolated, separated from the world and those we love, people are finding creative ways to reach out and foster community. From sewing masks for strangers to singing with your neighbors to organizing virtual family meals, acts of generosity and grace are breaking through what can feel li…
 
Extra, Extra! Screech all about it! Sarah sits on the People's People's Couch and embarks on an OG of the AG THAT'S MY OPINION battle royale about the future of RHONY and RHOBH's seasons. Joined by OG of the AG and co-host of "You Might Know Her From," writer/producer Damian Bellino, the OGs of the AG 'discuss' which franchise shows greater plot po…
 
There are still more questions than answers about COVID-19. While the impacts of the virus are felt in every corner of human life, there’s a desire to find a neat and clean explanation for how things got to this point. This search for causality creates an environment ripe for the spread of misinformation – conspiracy theories, premature conclusions…
 
Sarah watches this week's episode of RHONY and furiously scrubs off the temporary tattoo of Evan Goldschneider staking its claim on her lower back, on the off-chance she and Ramona share an underground bunker in the near future. Exhausted by moving her body a single inch, she prescribes herself the best self-care around, a deep dive into RHONY and …
 
What did we learn from the last great pandemic? You don’t have to dig deep into the 1918 influenza before finding eerie similarities to today – be it the White House downplaying the severity of the virus or the social distancing measures recommended by public health officials. Author John M. Barry’s meticulously researched account of the 1918 pande…
 
Sarah finishes watching season 3 of RHONY for the 33rd time, and realizes she needs to circle back to her other favorite self-care: deep diving the RHONY Season 12 premiere with comedian and editor of Input Mag, Ryan Houlihan. Before the Ghost of Bobby Zarin nudges Sarah into destroying her computer much like Jill's MIA apple, they discuss Leah's s…
 
This week on the Faith Angle podcast, we are joined by Andy Crouch and Sarah Pulliam Bailey. Andy Crouch is partner for theology and culture at Praxis, an organization that works as a creative engine for redemptive entrepreneurship. His two most recent books—2017's The Tech-Wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in Its Proper Place and …
 
WARNING: This episode discusses violence in war, suicide, depression and drug use. By the time he was 21-years-old, Thomas Burke Jr. had experienced enough trauma for a lifetime. After enlisting in the Marine Corps straight of high school, his deployments exposed him to horrors that dragged him down into what felt like an inescapable darkness. His …
 
After stockpiling her NYC apt with QVC boxes of cream-cheese-stuffed-salmon - quite a show of fortitude for a vegetarian who doesn't eat dairy - Sarah calls up her favorite ingredient for a deep dive convo, writer and producer Tracie Morrissey. They discuss Bravolebs' varying degrees of success responding to coronavirus, which Housewives franchise …
 
As the coronavirus pandemic spreads, we know that there are marginalized groups that are exposed. Those migrants seeking asylum at the southern border are one of those exposed groups, and face even more danger in part due to the Trump administration’s immigration policies. These are policies that are intended to close off the country and deter thos…
 
Sequestered in her Upper East Side quarantine, Sarah buys enough groceries to withstand the emotional eating required when reading the RHONY season 12 taglines. She suddenly realizes she's missing her favorite core ingredient, and calls up OG of the AG and co-host of "You Might Know Her From," writer/producer Damian Bellino. They discuss why a prob…
 
This week on the Faith Angle Podcast, we are joined by Asma Uddin and Daniel Harrell. Asma Uddin is currently an expert advisor on religious liberty to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), Inclusive America Project Fellow at the Aspen Institute, and senior scholar at the Freedom Forum Institute. She is also a Berkley Cent…
 
Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, the federal government’s catastrophically inadequate response, and the uncertainty that hangs over us all as a result, Chris decided to do something a little different this week. He wanted to revisit a conversation that feels extremely relevant and prescient right now given the state of the country. Prolific nonfict…
 
Sarah discovers Danielle Staub is coming out with her own podcast, and immediately self-quarantines. On this 150th episode SG of the AG Self-Quarantine Quorom special episode, Sarah unpacks Bravolebrity responses to the global pandemic, why Kenya should watch RHONJ's reunion part 2, and what Teresa's kosher-certified new beginning means for her fut…
 
In April of 1986 a nuclear accident occurred at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in the then Soviet Union. The fallout from the accident and the Soviet government’s response compounded into one of the worst manmade disasters of the nuclear era. In his masterful work of nonfiction, Midnight In Chernobyl, Adam Higginbotham weaves together the storie…
 
Missing the glory that was BravoCon, Sarah puts on her favorite Housewife cosplay (9 lemons, one bowl) and settles into the People's People's Couch: Extra Pumped but Not About Kentucky with fellow Certified Bravoholic and Not Skinny But Not Fat podcast host and Instagrammer, Amanda Hirsch. They discuss why Brittany's wedding song should be True Col…
 
Enes Kanter is a wanted man in his home country of Turkey. He’s long been a vocal critic of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and it’s come at a high cost. At 6′ 10″, Kanter also happens to play for the Boston Celtics in the NBA. How he came to sit at this intersection is a riveting story, one that involves an NBA draft at age 19, a failed cou…
 
Realizing it's finally the first day of her blessed birthday month, Sarah bakes herself an apple cake in the shape of a Zarin rug, and wishes for the return of that ginger OG and/or RHOBH. After realizing that Bravo probably thinks she looks too young to have earned these gifts, Sarah turns back to the present with her favorite OG of the AC, Bravo …
 
The future of our courts will be decided in the 2020 election. While the Trump administration grabs headlines with scandal after scandal, gaffe after gaffe, behind the scenes they are quietly chipping away at their central agenda of reshaping the courts. It’s a transformation happening at an historic rate, where one in four circuit judges is now a …
 
NOTE: We had some trouble with Josh's microphone. We apologize for his audio quality. This week on the Faith Angle podcast, we are joined by Stan Rosenberg and Alexandra DeSanctis. Stan is the founder and Director of Scholarship and Christianity in Oxford. He teaches early Christian history and patristics, and the relationship between science and r…
 
Tired of another endless NYC winter, Sarah books a Jitney to the Hamptons, where she discovers it's just as cold. She realizes summer starts from within, and calls up her favorite bright light, Berning in Hell podcaster and "Summer House" breakout star, Hannah Berner. They discuss Hannah's journey from Bravoholic to Bravoleb, the importance of body…
 
"What if you were a man, sort of?" In his new memoir, author Daniel M. Lavery remembers how, in the early days of his transition, he would say it was as if a demon ambushed him in the night, whispered this question into his ear, and then disappeared without another word. It was an immediate and instantaneous revelation, but also exceptionally vague…
 
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