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Best Willis podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Willis podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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A podcast dedicated to undressing the truth about sex, intimacy and lifelong love. The concerns and questions most couples have in marriage often go unspoken, until now. Hosts Dave and Ashley Willis bring wisdom, vulnerability, and humor to even the toughest marriage topics. Together they have built a strong following, reaching millions of married couples through their blogs, books, and videos. They have four young sons and live near Dallas, TX.
 
Podcast UFO is place where you can listen to audio podcasts about UFOs, close encounters and people associated with the UFO phenomenon. Witnesses involved in such things as sightings, views on cover-ups and more. Listeners are welcome to interact with guests, visit the website to find out how. Shows are recorded live on YouTube stream every Wednesday evening, 8:00 to 10:00PM EST.
 
JUST LIKE YOUR FAMILY, EXCEPT WE PAY THEM TO STAY TOGETHER. Willy, Kim and Alece are Vancouver’s dysfunctional Rock N’ Roll wake up. Connecting with listeners both on air and online, Willy gives listeners and guests the rock star treatment. Willy In The Morning – 6am to 10am weekday mornings. ONLY on Rock 101. Greatest Hits 70’s, 80’s & 90’s.
 
Biblical Knowledge, Practical Application, Changed Lives Merry Ministries is a women's interdenominational group that meets weekly to worship God, study the Bible, pray and fellowship with each other. The group of over 200 women includes Methodists, Baptists, Catholics, Presbyterians, Lutherans, Episcopalians, Church of Christ, non-denomintionalists and those who are not affiliated with any church. The Bible lessons are taught by leader Mary Willis.
 
Serial killers. Gangsters. Gunslingers. Victorian-era murderers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each week, the Most Notorious podcast features true-life tales of crime, criminals, tragedies and disasters throughout history. Host Erik Rivenes interviews authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years, and the stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
Stories of the human heart. A candid, unscripted conversation between two people about what's really important in life: love, loss, family, friendship. When the world seems out of hand, tune in to StoryCorps and be reminded of the things that matter most.
 
In 1960s Los Angeles, after the catastrophic Watts riots, an outsized character emerged — one who found an unexpected way to unite people across race and class. Odds are you’ve never heard of him. From L.A. Times Studios, the team behind “Dirty John” and “Man in the Window,” comes “Larger Than Life,” a docu-series about Big Willie Robinson, a 6-foot-6, muscle-bound street racer who preached peace a quarter-mile at a time. Cops and criminals, movie stars and miscreants, even Crips and Bloods ...
 
NBC's "Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist" provides sharp, conversational coverage of the day's news, along with in-depth profiles of the people and ideas shaping our culture. In his “Sunday Sitdowns,” Geist chats with some of the biggest names in news and pop culture, from actors and musicians to presidents and CEOs, about the stories behind their success. This podcast features the full, unedited versions of those conversations for an even deeper look at the names in the headlines. "Sunday TODA ...
 
Join two friends from either side of the country as they discuss the ups and many downs of the New York Giants and professional football. In the world's most irreverent podcast about Big Blue, Zach Perry and Willys DeVoll talk about the G-Men with candor, humor, and complete lack of professional media access. Each week, we break down the game and news from the Meadowlands and around the NFL. Long Live OBJ, and remember 2008.
 
After appearing on podcasts by Joe Rogan, Marc Maron, Tom Segura, Bert Kreischer, Joey Diaz, and Ari Shaffir, comedian Ms. Pat has decided to branch out on her own and create a truly unique and hilarious podcast with Deon Curry, Chris Spangle, friends, and family, she dives into topics from backside meatballs to race. With their unique perspectives, the crew of The Patdown with Ms. Pat will make you laugh, think, and appreciate life a little differently.
 
Leaders aren’t born, they’re made. This Monday show helps you discover leadership wisdom through insightful conversations. Independently produced weekly since 2011, Dr. Dave Stachowiak brings perspective from a thriving, global leadership academy, plus more than 15 years of leadership at Dale Carnegie. Bestselling authors, expert researchers, deep conversation, and regular dialogue with listeners have attracted 15 million downloads and the #1 search result for coaching on Apple Podcasts. Act ...
 
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For the first time in decades, Fulton County will have a new district attorney. In Tuesday’s election, Paul Howard, the longtime incumbent, earned 26% of the vote, losing to his former deputy, Fani Willis, who earned 73% of the vote. Willis is the first woman elected as Fulton County district attorney. She joined “Closer Look” host Rose Scott on We…
 
This episode is all about the healthy habits of couples who have and keep a thriving sex life and answering the common question "How can we develop the right habits to have a great sex life? 10% off Faithful Counseling: Getfaithful.com/nakedmarriage Order Jimmy Evans new book "Tipping Point": https://book.endtimes.com/ Check out Dave and Ashley's N…
 
Keanu Reeves has been a Hollywood powerhouse since Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure put him on the map three decades ago, going on to star in movies like The Matrix, Speed and Point Break. Through it all, Reeves has stayed grounded and kept his personal life private. In this week's "Sunday Sitdown" Willie Geist talks with the actor about his role…
 
This week’s guest is a man many of you may not have heard of. But Willy T Ribbs’ story needs to be heard. In 1985 Ribbs became the first black man to drive an F1 car, when he tested for Bernie Ecclestone’s Brabham team. But despite that milestone moment, he’d never crack F1 full-time, returning instead to his native US to pursue his racing dreams a…
 
Some schools in Paulding and Cherokee counties that returned to in-person learning were forced to have hundreds of students and staff quarantine after a number of people in both counties tested positive for COVID-19. Neither school district required masks as part of the dress code. As a result, Paulding shut down and will return next week to having…
 
Michael Byrne: Silverman Shin & Byrne Michael is an attorney and partner at Silverman Shin & Byrne in New York, one of the largest minority owned law firms in the State of New York. Michael’s primary areas of focus include tort and commercial litigation defense. He serves clients in a broad range of matters, including attorney malpractice, personal…
 
Predators GM David Poile and head coach John Hynes were clear in their end-of-season comments: the team must change in order to regain past success. What changes are coming to the roster? What's the early outlook for the 2020-21 season? Thomas Willis and Brooks Bratten discuss.By Roman Josi, David Poile, Nick Bonino, Thomas Willis, Brooks Bratten, John Hynes, Filip Forsberg
 
Atlanta author Darryl Farley’s first book “I Will Be Here” is an illustrated children’s book that is written from a Black father’s perspective, vowing to teach, motivate, listen and love his children as they grow older together in life. Farley has said that the book is meant to “uplift Black fathers so they will be present and lead by example for o…
 
Alicia Garza, founder of the international Black Lives Matter movement, has said “the civil rights movement was not one period in history but, in fact, several periods.” The struggle for equality began in the Jim Crow years around the turn of the 20th century and continues today. With that in mind, Jackson Fine Art will exhibit collections from civ…
 
Mourning the loss of a loved one comes in many different forms. In the play “She Kills Monsters,” the central character, Agnes Evans, uses the game “Dungeons and Dragons” (D&D) to find a way to connect with her younger sister, Tilly, following her death. Elm Street Cultural Arts Village in Woodstock has filmed their production of “She Kills Monster…
 
The catastrophic explosion in Beirut, Lebanon last week has renewed calls here in the U.S. to strengthen oversight of ammonium nitrate or AN, a chemical compound used in some farm fertilizers. Officials in Beirut believe the giant blast, which killed more than 200 people and damaged half of the city, was likely an accident caused by fire and neglig…
 
Nearly eight years into its quest to build a spaceport in coastal Georgia, Camden County is proposing the use of drones and aerial surveillance on launch days, as part of a plan to monitor the number of people on private property and in a national park, which lie beneath its proposed rocket trajectories. Landowners say they were not consulted about…
 
The founders of a local members-only club and coworking space for women is launching two new anti-racism campaigns. Martine Resnick and Eileen Lee, who opened The Lola in Old Fourth Ward in 2019, say the two initiatives are in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent eruption of protests following the police killing of George Floyd. On Thur…
 
The ASO’s 2020-2021 season looks quite different than it was originally planned. The season begins Sept. 26 and will consist of seven virtual concerts. The concerts will be made up of a socially distanced orchestra, with less than 50 musicians total on stage. Jennifer Barlament, executive director of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra joined Lois Reitz…
 
It’s a question on the minds of many: how close are researchers to developing, testing and then distributing a COVID-19 vaccine? Normally it takes years to develop a vaccine from scratch and then receive approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. On Thursday’s edition of “Closer Look,” Dr. Stephen M. Hahn, commissioner of the Food and Dru…
 
The Highway Code is changing and we all have the chance to influence those changes. If you ever ride a bike (or for that matter drive or walk down a street) it is worth having your say. Duncan Dollimore, the Head of Advocacy and Campaigns at Cycling UK, explains what’s proposed, where the controversy lies, and how you can influence the new highway …
 
Former Morehouse President Robert Franklin wants to represent Georgia’s 5th Congressional District in Washington D.C. He’s one of seven candidates vying to fill the remainder of the late John Lewis‘ unexpired term in Congress. Franklin is now a professor at Emory University and teaches a course in moral leadership. He told Lisa Rayam, host of WABE’…
 
Kindergarten began in Germany and arrived in the United States in the mid-19th century. Since that time, kindergarten has been considered the beginning of formal education. For a long time, researchers have known that education really starts at birth and early education (pre-K) should be available to all. Willa Kammerer’s new documentary “Starting …
 
For 30 years, a man claimed to be a priest. He performed baptisms and took confession. Every time he ran into trouble, Father Ryan would move on to another small Midwestern town and start his scheme all over again. Followers who once worshiped him, now accuse him of exploitation, fraud and abuse. Multiple prosecutors have charged him, but he’s neve…
 
Turnout was much lower for Georgia’s Aug. 11 runoffs than the June 9 primaries … as expected by state and local elections officials. But WABE has been investigating what Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and local officials, like Fulton Elections Chief Richard Barron, are doing to get past absentee and in-person voting snags before Nove…
 
The first Black woman charged with strengthening and deepening the Canada-U.S. relationship across six southeast states is leaving Georgia’s capital city. Nadia Theodore, who was appointed the consul general of Canada in Atlanta in September 2017, describes her tenure in Atlanta as exhilarating in more ways than one. On Wednesday’s edition of “Clos…
 
Explaining history to young children is not easy when that history is filled with struggle and violence. Coretta Scott King award-winning author Andrea Davis Pinkney has written numerous books about African Americans for children and young adults, including award-winning picture books illustrated by her husband Brian Pinkney. Andrea Pinkney, along …
 
Dramatists Play Services has a new series called “Technical Difficulties: Plays for Online Theatre,” a collection of socially distant shorts designed to be performed online due to the COVID-19 crisis. Atlanta-based actor Chad Darnell will give a one-weekend-only performance of John Cameron Mitchell’s new play “Forced.” Mitchell is best known for hi…
 
Fani Willis has crushed the incumbent in the Democratic primary runoff for the Fulton County district attorney’s office, with more than 74% of the vote. Her former boss, attorney Paul Howard conceded the race late Tuesday night. He was seeking a 7th term in office. In a telephone interview, Willis told WABE’s “Morning Edition” host Lisa Rayam, the …
 
Paulding County was one of the first school districts to send students back for in-person learning last week. And soon, students were sharing online photos of crammed hallways, and few face masks. North Paulding High School suspended two students for posting those pictures and warned other students they’d face equal punishment if they posted anythi…
 
President Trump wants to give a $100 billion boost to the U.S. economy by hitting the “pause” button on workers’ payroll taxes. That would leave more money in people’s paychecks. But the move — which Trump ordered over the weekend — is only temporary. And that could produce headaches down the road for workers, employers and the Social Security syst…
 
As stressful as it always is for students applying to college, this year it’s all that — and then some — for the admissions officials trying to decide whether to admit them. Because of the pandemic, many students will be applying without standardized test scores and several other metrics admissions officers at selective schools have long relied on,…
 
He may not have been Team Principal at Alfa Romeo that long – having taken the reins in July 2017 – but Fred Vasseur has had a huge influence on F1 for many years, having guided the likes of Lewis Hamilton, Charles Leclerc, Sebastian Vettel, Valtteri Bottas and Nico Hulkenberg into Grand Prix racing via his junior team, ART. On this week’s pod, the…
 
After the June 9 Georgia primary resulted in long lines, voter confusion, lack of in-depth training for new poll workers and missing absentee ballots, state and local elections officials pushed blame back-and-forth for months. It’s no secret that the relationship between Georgia’s highest election official, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, an…
 
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s plans to shake up the agency are gathering opposition from some of its workers. The U.S. Postal Service has had financial problems for years. It lost $9 billion last year. It’s not supported by tax dollars; it’s funded by postage and services. DeJoy, who formerly headed a logistics company, said the agency is in a “…
 
Finding time to focus on mental health and wellness can sometimes be challenging — even more so during a pandemic. A recent poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation poll found 53% of respondents believe said the coronavirus crisis has harmed their mental health. On Tuesday’s edition “Closer Look,” Rose Scott hosted a special-themed program focusing o…
 
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