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The podcast about all things business for music teachers and studio owners. Learn how to brand, market, and grow your music studio. Hear stories of creative music teachers who are taking on other cool entrepreneurial projects. Get answers to your self-employment questions from experts. Hosted by entrepreneur, business coach, and piano teacher, Andrea Miller.
 
Leverage Masters is hosted by Gina Gaudio-Graves and Andrea Adams-Miller. Gina is the co-author of "The Leverage Black Book," a Dean of www.DirectionsUniversity.com and the Co-Founder of www.DUvisio.com and www.TheLeveragists.com. Andrea Adams-Miller, is CEO of www.TheREDCarpetConnection.com, a publishing, publicity, & talent agency that also acquires sponsorship for clients, events, and organizations. Additionally, Andrea Adams-Miller is the Executive Director of www.TheKeepSmilingMovement. ...
 
Julie McKinney Miller, canine physical therapy specialist, and her guests in various areas of expertise cut through the crap and dig in to no-nonsense actionable strategies to help your dogs feel their best. From proper exercise, fitness, stretching, massage, and canine rehab tips you can use at home…to nutrition, training, grooming, agility and sports, injuries, injury prevention, and health and wellness topics. We also sprinkle in some feel good, happy, inspiring stories that melt all dog ...
 
Known for their down-to-earth conversations, each week, artist Laura Horn and husband, Richie, share their experience of making art, running a business and juggling family life. Join them as they talk about the hot topics facing artists today. From finding your style to navigating social media, this podcast is packed with relatable stories and practical strategies to help you grow as an artist.
 
Did you know there are over 100 conditions that people are suffering with everyday that compromise their immune systems and if it’s not one of the “big ones” like rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, lupus or Hashimoto’s thyroiditis you might be told it’s all in your head…. Your host for The Autoimmune Hour, Sharon Sayler knows, she’s heard that over and over again. It was her struggles to find the right answers that created what friends call an “irrational-passion” to encourage and ins ...
 
DevRel? Hackathons? Personas? Tech Industry pioneers from the world’s largest tech companies, share insight on developer marketing success stories with everyone who works with or plans to work with developers. In every episode, each special guest covers a *hot* developer marketing topic, laying close to the outline of our “Developer Marketing: The Essential Guide” book. Profit from books sales is given away to a worthy coding cause.
 
Join Stephanie Greunke, Whole30’s registered dietitian, and Dr. Elana Roumell, a naturopathic doctor, both trained in functional medicine and passionate about pregnancy, postpartum, and pediatrics. They invite experts on the show and share personal stories so you leave each episode with practical tips to be a proactive parent! Past guests have included Dr. Ben Lynch, Dr. Aviva Romm, Dr. Elisa Song, Dr. Alexandra Sacks, Lily Nichols, Ali Miller, Melissa Urban, and Chris Kresser, L.Ac. Subscri ...
 
Olympic athletes are different than the rest of us. Sure, they're fitter and faster. But, they also think differently. They see obstacles differently. And, understanding how they pursued Olympic greatness can change how you live your life. "Call Me Fitz" will inspire the inner Olympian in all of us with conversations about how athletes got to the podium and more interestingly, what happened when they stepped off of it.
 
The New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources [NAAAHR New Jersey] exists to further the mission of the nationally-established and recognized organization in providing a unique global forum for the career development of Black and African American human resources professionals. Our vision is to expand awareness of the impact that diverse, inclusive values and experiences bring to the workforces that support highly successful New Jersey-based compani ...
 
Because libraries and archives are never neutral. Taking a closer look at the relationships between organizing information and community organizing. We talk to information professionals, activists, and other insightful folks who have thoughts about what we mean when we say, “knowledge is power”. Hosted by two new librarians figuring things out as we go. We are based on the unceded and ancestral territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.
 
The Koncast is the podcast of Jon Konrath, author of underground classics Rumored to Exist, Atmospheres, The Earworm Inception, and Sleep Has No Master. We talk with other writers and bloggers about absurdist and experimental writing, publishing, zines, cough medicine, UFOs, and Mariah Carey.
 
Science fiction author David Barr Kirtley talks geek culture with guests such as Neil Gaiman (#253), George R. R. Martin (#22), Richard Dawkins (#46), Wil Wheaton (#398), Bill Nye (#273), Margaret Atwood (#94), Neil deGrasse Tyson (#32), and Ursula K. Le Guin (#65). Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy has appeared on recommended podcast lists from NPR, The Guardian, The A.V. Club, BBC America, CBC Radio, WVXU, io9, Omni, The Strand, Library Journal, and Popular Mechanics. CBC Radio writes, "You may n ...
 
This podcast from the Feminist Action Collective takes on modern issues impacting women, including sexual harassment, inequality in everyday circumstances, ideas for how to address everyday sexism, and one hundred kabillion occurrences of the word “patriarchy.” Note that the podcast, while certainly informative, has a mouth like a sailor. A girl sailor.
 
Your friends and family expect you to bring your camera to birthday parties and holiday dinners. You pick up your camera before the broom when your kids spill flour all over the kitchen floor. You're the family photographer. Every other week, I share my conversations with photographers about their work and their families. How can we take better photos of our family life? Why are we taking all these photos in the first place?
 
Download a full audiobook of your choice free at http://audiobookspace.com/free Let Us Tell You a Story.We've got more than 100,000+ incredible audiobooks that will take you anywhere you want to go.We have it all! Bestsellers, classics, award-winners, romance, thrillers, Fiction, business, bios, young adult and more. What do you want to listen to?Take your books anywhere with our free apps for iOS and Android. Listening on-the-go has never been faster, easier or more enjoyable.We've introduc ...
 
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In a truly momentous move for the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis has publicly endorsed same sex civil unions for the first time. James Martin, Jesuit priest and LGBTQ advocate, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the implications of this development. Then, author of "Vanguard" Martha S. Jones and trailblazing civil rights activist Xernona Cla…
 
The number of women sleeping rough has risen over the last decade and as the economic impact of Covid 19 takes hold, social policy advisers fear the situation could worsen. Female rough sleepers with their complex profile have it worse on the street, and in wider homelessness terms the number of lone women and women with children has soared in temp…
 
Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve been talking about fiscal sponsorship as a way of launching a foundation or community-oriented project without having to set up an official non-profit organization. Today we’re shifting gears and I’m interviewing the executive director of a more traditional 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. This foundation has …
 
Today on our Nutrition Therapy Series I welcome Dr. Michael Crupain to the mic to explain the science behind timed eating. Guess what? It’s pretty simple. Eat more early. Eat less later. Eat with the sun. Despite its simplicity, this episode is packed with pearls from the microbiome’s circadian rhythm to why humans are primed to eat earlier in the …
 
Prolific celebrity chef and author Jacques Pépin on his latest cookbook Quick & Simple. Showrunner Hilary Weisman Graham tells us how she managed to write, cast, and shoot an entirely new Netflix anthology series during the first few months of the Covid-19 pandemic. q book columnist Jael Richardson reccomends a Booker Prize shortlister, Real Life b…
 
With just two weeks left until the American election, activists Leah Greenberg and Lori Goldman join Christiane Amanpour to discuss a key demographic - suburban white women. Then, Walter Isaacson speaks to political theorist Danielle Allen about Harvard University’s coronavirus response and why she thinks rampant factionalism is a major roadblock t…
 
Dr. Gina Gaudio Graves and Dr. Andrea Adams-Miller interview Brandy Champeau, founder of Exploring Expression. She helps parents, caregivers or educators of K12 students become the very best expression of themselves so that they can make learning fun, easy and natural not just for their children, but for themselves as well. Having survived homeless…
 
Jane Garvey talks to Sisters Leo & Aelread from The Poor Clares of Arundel who've just released an album of traditional plainchant with added beats. What can we learn from them about living life in these times? It's a couple of weeks now til the Presidential elections in the States and to discuss what it will mean for women we talk to Melissa Milew…
 
Dr. Elana interviews Dr. Christian Gonzalez, ND on the topic of how to shop for safe and healthy products for yourself and family. Dr. G is a master at reviewing products for safety and toxicity and he is here to teach you tangible tips so you can be a well-informed and empowered consumer! This episode will help you navigate the overwhelming market…
 
Avination, this is episode 140 of the Pilot to Pilot podcast featuring ferry pilot, Kerry McCauley. Kerry was the star of the Discovery Channel show, Dangerous Flights. Where a camera crew chronicled Kerry's life as a ferry pilot. Kerry came on the podcast to share some incredible stories about his life as a ferry pilot. If you like what you hear m…
 
Montreal-based rapper and producer Backxwash has been announced 2020's Polar Music Prize winner, she joins Tom Power to talk about her momentous win. Actor Natalie Portman discusses what inspired her to write a book of children's fables. Why Author Shannon Lee wanted to share more about her father's legacy, Bruce Lee, through her new book Be Water,…
 
CU-Boulder Sociologist Andrea Tilstra discusses how this decade’s reduction of lifespan in the US ties closely with two factors 1) easier access to painkillers and opioids, and 2) the obesity epidemic and the related health problems that come with it. Tilstra also explains the quesitons a social scientist/demographer asks when examining the COVID-1…
 
CU-Boulder Sociologist Andrea Tilstra discusses how this decade’s reduction of lifespan in the US ties closely with two factors 1) easier access to painkillers and opioids, and 2) the obesity epidemic and the related health problems that come with it. Tilstra also explains the quesitons a social scientist/demographer asks when examining the COVID-1…
 
Oscar-winning documentary maker Alex Gibney and coronavirus whistleblower Rick Bright join Christiane Amanpour to discuss their film, “Totally Under Control,” which investigates how political opportunism cost thousands of lives. Then, former Charlie Hebdo writer and journalist Caroline Fourest explains why she thinks the killing of a school teacher…
 
Victoria Wood, the Lancashire born comedian, writer, actor, stand up and singer found fame with shows such as Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV, Wood & Walters and Dinner Ladies. She died in 2016 having never written her own story. With access to letters, and interviews with friends and family Jasper Rees has written ‘Let’s Do it’ – The Authorized Biogr…
 
Author David A. Robertson opens up about his Cree culture, mental health, and the healing journey of creating his most personal work to date: a memoir called Black Water. The q screen panel talks about Saturday Night Live's return to the studio after Covid-19 shutdown production. Founding member of the band Barenaked Ladies, Ed Robertson, talks abo…
 
As the coronavirus death toll climbs in the U.S, Andy Slavitt, who ran Medicare and Medicaid services under President Obama, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss what’s at stake this election. Then, journalist Robin Wright and photographer Gary Knight talk about their new project, “Imagine: Reflections on Peace.” Hari Sreenivasan speaks to Major Ge…
 
We have music from the former supermodel Carla Bruni who tells us about her new album.We hear from the Conservative MP Laura Trott who is trying to get a law passed to stop under 18s accessing filler treatments and other cosmetic procedures. We also hear from Ashton Collins from the organisation Save Face who have had reports of injuries caused by …
 
Feeling rested? ... Now there’s a challenge... Well, maybe not, according to this week’s guest. If having a long-term or chronic condition wasn’t stressful enough, this year seems to have piled on constant stressors that have left many of us feeling completely exhausted. So when I heard about board-certified internal medicine doctor Saundra Dalton-…
 
Amid the economic suffering caused by the pandemic, UCL Economics Professor Mariana Mazzucato tells Christiane Amanpour why she thinks the science is there for an inclusive recovery. Then, Monty Python alumnus and travel veteran Michael Palin looks back at his acting career. Michel Martin talks to former Evangelical pastor, Joel C. Hunter, about wh…
 
Dolly Alderton joins Jane to talk about her first novel Ghosts. Her protagonist Nina Dean is dealing with a lot. She’s trying to make it as a food writer and finally has a flat of her own. Her dad is slipping away from her into dementia and her Mum is set on re-inventing herself. Friends are changing and disappearing into coupledom and parenting so…
 
In this episode, we sat down with Karen’s classmate Clara Giménez-Delgado to talk about her project processing a collection of lantern slides at the Museum of Anthropology. The collection is called the Missionary Society of Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada Slide Collection, and it was the subject of Clara’s final project in Dr.…
 
Former U.S Senate Democrat Carol Moseley Braun talks to Christiane Amanpour about the dangers facing America's healthcare system amidst the pandemic. Then, W.H.O. Regional Director for Europe, Dr. Hans Kluge, explains why he thinks no government should enforce another national lockdown unless absolutely necessary. Author Matthew Walker walks us thr…
 
Gord Downie's brother Patrick Downie and his longtime collaborator Josh Finlayson discuss the making of Away Is Mine, the late Canadian music icon's final solo recording. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen question whether music streaming services should ever have the right to ban artists on their platforms, particu…
 
Today on the podcast Michelle Shapiro speaks to us about the importance of creating a safe space to help our clients break down the barriers of perfectionism. Our fear of failure keeps us driving past the point of comfort and sustainability and as practitioners, we have the opportunity to pick up on the themes of our client’s lives through function…
 
Elizabeth "Lizzy" Shackelford took her law degree and followed her dream to serve internationally, eventually spending more than seven years with the US Department of State in a series of posts in Eastern Europe and in Africa. Now retired from her diplomatic service and the author of a recent book on US foreign policy and diplomacy, in this podcast…
 
A striking new female figure can be seen in Kings’ Place in London, and online from this week. Medusa is a tall, headless woman whose body turns into snakes made of chainmail. For her creator, Manchester-based artist Susie MacMurray, the sculpture is a metaphor for women’s power. She and a team of female art students used 300 kilos of copper wire t…
 
Four-time Grammy Award-winning artist Lenny Kravitz reflects on his new memoir, in which he writes about the first 25 years of his life, from his upbringing in New York to the release of his 1989 debut album. Nina Lee Aquino, the artistic director of Toronto's Factory Theatre, discusses the future of performing arts in Canada, and how they were abl…
 
It’s day two of confirmation hearings in the U.S for Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s third Supreme Court appointment. Jessica Anderson, executive director of Heritage Action for America, joins Christiane Amanpour to makes the conservative case for the nominee. Senior editor at Slate Dahlia Lithwick explains why she thinks Amy Coney Barrett cou…
 
Carla Bruni's new album is described as "a wholehearted embracing of her true self." She talks to Sangita about the inspiration behind it and life under lockdown. The impact of Covid-19 on working class women. Plus the choices of set texts offered by the major exam boards for GCSE English literature. Djamila Boothman, an English and Assistant headt…
 
In last week’s episode, we got a great introduction to the concept of fiscal sponsorship from the San Francisco Study Center. Today, I’m talking to a world-renowned bass player, Terry Miller, who has used the fiscal sponsorship model to start a foundation that brings music to kids, both locally and globally. Terry is joined by the head of the board…
 
Carrie Schmitt is back on the podcast and this time we are chatting about what it is like to write an art book. I’ve always wanted to write a book but it always ends up in the too-hard basket! The process seems daunting and I worry about how I would fit it in with all the other aspects of running an art business. It was wonderful to chat with Carri…
 
Grammy award-winning jazz artist Gregory Porter opens up about losing his brother to COVID-19, the healing power of music, and his uplifting new record All Rise. Singer-songwriter Witch Prophet talks about her Polaris Music Prize-nominated album DNA Activation, which interweaves her experiences as an East African, queer mother living in the diaspor…
 
When we eat seasonally, our body aligns with the environment we live in. Connecting to the seasons is a beautiful way to feel more engaged with the foods we consume and invite optimal health. Today on the podcast Andrea Beaman speaks to us about the powers and many healing benefits of seasonal eating, and what you can do to support your clients and…
 
How clean is “clean”? How do you get clean, and how important is it…could it actually be advantageous to your skin and general health to not try to get too clean? We talk with medical doctor and author Dr. James Hamblin about his new book “Clean: The New Science Of Skin“. Hosts: Chip Grandits, Joel Parker Executive Producer: Jill Sjong Show Produce…
 
Dr. Gina Gaudio Grace and Andrea Adams-Miller interview Tiffany J. Norwood, CNLP, the founder and CEO of Your Emotions Matter, International Speaker, Emotional Intelligence Coach, and author. She featured on ABC, CBS, HBO, Toyota, and Investigation Discovery. As a certified NLP practitioner, Tiffany addresses childhood wounds, communication issues,…
 
Avination, welcome to episode 139 of the Pilot to Pilot podcast. Today's episode is all about, Fernando Contreras. Fernando, who was born in Venezuela talks about what it was like to move to the states and become a pilot. We talk about how important fitness is to him and how a pilot can stay healthy on the road. If you want to follow Fernando on In…
 
As the new three tier Covid lock down system comes into force in England we talk to some of the businesses which’re now facing stricter restrictions. Hannah Butler who runs the Victoria Hotel in the centre of Nottingham – a city which is now in the high risk tier - and also to Tanya Harrison who runs a hair salon in Liverpool which is now in the hi…
 
Stephanie interviews Sean and Heather Lake of BUBS Naturals to share why collagen peptides are beneficial for pregnancy and postpartum healing. This show discusses what to look for when purchasing collagen, how much to take to get those benefits and specific ways collagen peptides and MCT oil powder can benefit mamas. You’ll learn industry insights…
 
Childhood and Fifteen Dogs author André Alexis discusses his new collection of short stories, The Night Piece, and his new audio drama, Metamorphosis: A Viral Trilogy. The Haunting of Bly Manor's breakout star T'Nia Miller tells us what it's like to make a job out of scaring people and how binge watching has changed storytelling. Paul Galloway of t…
 
As the Senate kicks off a week of Supreme Court hearings for judge Amy Coney Barrett, long-time civil rights activist Angela Davis joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss what’s at stake. Then, turning to the British chapter of the Black struggle, director Molly Dineen and producer Blacker Dread talk about their latest documentary, “Being Blacker.” Ou…
 
Former CIA director John Brennan joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss why he thinks President Trump will do whatever he can to exact revenge on those that he considers his enemies. Then, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has the latest on the state and federal investigation into the alleged domestic terror plot to kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitm…
 
Susan Glasser and Peter Baker, authors of James Baker bio "The Man Who Ran Washington," join Christiane Amanpour to look at Trump through the lens of the legendary Republican leader. Then fashion designer Stella McCartney discusses how the pandemic offered her a moment of pause to create her alphabetized sustainability manifesto. Our Michel Martin …
 
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