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Blasting Trump and dreading Hillary, provocative and funny GOP strategist Mike Murphy goes outlaw, tearing into campaign 2016 with topical rants, informed and merciless analysis and key player interviews. Radio Free GOP is where real players from both parties go to talk frankly about what's really going on inside the campaigns. Get the real inside dope from the real players who know the political game best, every week.
 
The Motherly Podcast features honest conversations about modern motherhood with inspiring leaders—who also happen to be mothers. These incredible women, like Kristen Bell, Sen. Tammy Duckworth, and AnneMarie Slaughter, are helping to redefine motherhood, using their voices to uplift women with practical ideas and expert insights. Hosted each week by Liz Tenety, an award-winning journalist and co-founder of Motherly.
 
I’m Matthew Sullivan, and this is Hooked on Startups, the show where I chat with some of the most talented, inspiring and successful entrepreneurs who talk about their real life stories, overcoming challenges and failures, and mastering success. Get ready for some of the best business tips, tricks and tactics and some frank, unscripted discussions.
 
Hear women tell our own stories, in our own words, and share the truths we've learned and lived through. Hosted by Kelly McCreary, in Season 3 you’ll hear from Phoebe Robinson, Jameela Jamil, Suleika Jaouad, Danya Ruttenberg, Sailor J, Cristela Alonzo, and more. This season is all about Journeys: adventures that illuminate the world and ourselves, unexpected encounters that change our lives when we least expect it, escapes that bring peace and fresh starts, souvenirs we’ve collected along th ...
 
Necessary & Sufficient exists as an exploration of ideas (including those of duality, bifurcation, and hierarchy), a meditation on communication, a map of my mind, and a document of its own creation. Each week I record a conversation with a guest about a pair of related yet distinct concepts. The guest doesn't know about the topic in advance (I send them a set of index cards through the mail, which they open on-air) but I try to match up people with ideas that they will have some knowledge o ...
 
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Marek Larwood, Mike Wozniak, Matthew Crosby, Clarissa Maycock and Tom Crowley join in as we find out about an exciting new scheme to breed a new kind of cow. By Benjamin Partridge, Marek Larwood, Mike Wozniak, Matthew Crosby, Clarissa Maycock. Thanks to Tom Crowley. Stock media provided by Setuniman/Pond5.com and Soundrangers/Pond5.com…
 
In this episode, Liz talks to Nic Stone, the bestselling young adult author of Dear Martin and the recently released Dear Justyce about creating a new narrative, not just in her fiction, but also through motherhood. Nic also talks about the pressures she initially put on herself for not being the stereotypical mom and explains how she managed to wr…
 
Baby2Baby Co-CEOs Kelly Sawyer Patricof and Norah Weinstein talk to Liz about why they started their nonprofit that provides children who are living in poverty with basic necessities such as diapers, clothing, and school supplies. They also explain why COVID-19 has created a greater need than ever for supplies for families and offer guidance on wha…
 
In this episode, Liz speaks with actress Candace Cameron Bure about her faith-based approach to raising her kids, why love and kindness are so core to her life philosophy, and what she learned from her "Full House" castmates. Candace also talked about the worthlessness she initially felt after she took a break from work to focus on raising her chil…
 
To kick-off Season 5 of the podcast, Liz speaks with actress, activist, and author Alyssa Milano about her #metoo tweet that helped to ignite a movement, how she learned to let things roll off her back, and why she’s so passionate about helping working mothers. Alyssa also talked about her COVID-19 diagnosis in March and shared how her children’s c…
 
Natasha Hodgson, Henry Widdicombe, Tom Crowley, Mike Wozniak, Lucy Farrett, Tim Bick and Hal Lublin join us as we say goodbye to Bimpsie. By Benjamin Partridge, Natasha Hodgson, Henry Widdicombe, Tom Crowley and Mike Wozniak. Stock media provided by Setuniman/Pond5.com and Soundrangers/Pond5.comBy Hal Lublin, Tom Crowley, Lucy Farrett, Tim Bick, Mike Wozniak, Henry Widdicombe, Natasha Hodgson
 
Amanda Sudano Ramirez, one half of the musical duo, JohnnySwim, and star of an upcoming reality show on Joanna and Chip Gaines’ Magnolia Network, talks about what she’s learned about embracing chaos from life on the road touring with kids, how she and her husband juggle being both musical partners and parents, and why “home” will always be her fami…
 
Liz talks to Rachel Hollis, bestselling author, motivational speaker, blogger, podcast host, and mom of four about her new book Didn’t See That Coming, her recent divorce, and how she overcame her childhood trauma. Rachel also shares tips on how women can maintain an identity outside of motherhood and marriage.…
 
Mutha Founder and TV personality Hope Smith talks to Liz about IVF, her surrogacy pregnancy, the group of foster children she and her husband have taken under their wing, and what motherhood—in all its incarnations—has taught her about unconditional love and acceptance. She also explained why her pregnancies inspired her to become a certified doula…
 
Bill and Ted Face the Music (2020) is totally awesome! Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves are back as aging slackers trying to save reality with their music. The third film in the Bill and Ted franchise picks up 30 years after Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey.
 
Liz speaks with actress and math writer Danica McKellar about how math helped her find her own identity after her time on Wonder Years and why being friends with your own kid isn’t so bad. She also talks about how to encourage math skill in young girls who may be discouraged at an early age.
 
Amy Gledhill, Chris Cantrill, Sean Morley, Tom Burgess, Jain Edwards, Nicola Redman and Natasha Hodgson join in for this episode in which we catch up with Yvonne Sampson, mother of Talbot the megababy. Stock media provided by Setuniman/Pond5.com and Soundrangers/Pond5.comBy Sean Morley, Chris Cantrill, Jain Edwards, Tom Burgess, Nicola Redman, Natasha Hodgson, Amy Gledhill
 
Liz speaks with Meena Harris, lawyer and founder of the Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign. Meena talked about what she learned from growing up in a family of strong, tight-knit women and why she wrote her children's book Kamala and Maya’s Big Idea, which is based on the story of her mother, Maya Harris and her aunt and Vice-Presidential nominee, Kam…
 
In this episode, Liz talks to Lauren Paul and Molly Thompson, founders of the Kind campaign, an internationally recognized nonprofit that brings awareness and healing to the negative effects of girl-against-girl bullying. They talk about their mission, what they’ve learned from a decade of speaking to young kids on the topic, and the separate but r…
 
Liz speaks with actress and activist Jurnee Smollett -- star of Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn, Eve’s Bayou, the hotly anticipated HBO show Lovecraft Country -- about mom guilt, why she chooses stories that re-examine the legacy we’ve all inherited, and how growing up in a big and unconventional family influence…
 
Host Liz Tenety speaks with Jenn Sherman — Peloton’s very first cycling instructor — about finding joy in her second career and taking care of her teenagers in quarantine. Jenn also shared motivating and encouraging tips for mama’s who struggle with finding time in their day to exercise.
 
Host Liz Tenety checks in with Ai-jen Poo, the co-founder and Executive Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, a non-profit with the goal to bring quality work, dignity and fairness to the growing number of caregivers in America. Together they discuss Ai-jen’s work, her idea of care squads, and what we can all do, as mothers, to begin …
 
Host Liz Tenety kicks off Season 4 of the podcast with an interview with Glennon Doyle, New York Times bestselling author, philanthropist, and mother of two. Glennon talks about her latest book, Untamed, her relationship with her wife, soccer icon Abby Wambach, and why we need to reframe how we talk about step-parenting. Glennon also reads an excer…
 
In this episode, Dr. Christopher Motley, an expert in Functional Wellness, Chiropractic and Traditional Chinese medicine shares about what he terms Frequency Medicine and how we are all a conglomeration of sounds and frequencies. He discusses how meridians get blocked inside of us related to various organs and emotions, as well as specific ways he …
 
Mike Wozniak, Rhodri Viney, Dave Cribb, Charlie Hopkinson, Tim Bick, Nadia Kamil, Gemma Arrowsmith, Tom Crowley and Sammy Graham join in for this episode where we reveal the new number to call our weekly live quiz webstream, Beef Call. By Benjamin Partridge, Mike Wozniak, Dave Cribb, Nadia Kamil and Max Davis. Thanks to Tom Crowley, Gemma Arrowsmit…
 
In this episode, Elena Dominguez unpacks a few ideas in the field of somatic psychology and the nervous system. Along with telling her healing journey through depression and anxiety, she explains the basic wave of the nervous system in both a profound and practical way inviting the listener into a more embodied spirituality. She also gives a number…
 
Eliza Blank is the founder and CEO of The Sill, a NYC-based indoor plant company focused on connecting people to plants and the outdoors. In this episode, Eliza talks to Liz about how growing plants and being a parent are not all that different, why teaching kids to connect to nature is absolutely vital, and she suggests fun gardening activities pa…
 
Danielle Duboise, Cofounder of Sakara Life, the organic, plant-based food delivery service and lifestyle brand, sat down with Liz to talk about Sakara Life’s mission to change how you think about food and nourishing yourself. She also shared easy healthy eating tips, talked about what motherhood has taught her about empathy and grace, and explained…
 
Artist Harmonia Rosales, talks to Liz about how her daughter inspired her paintings, pursuing a creative career path after having her children, and why she hopes her art reshapes the narrative of what power and beauty looks like, putting women—and particularly women of color—at the center. She also talks about the parallels between creating art and…
 
Humphrey Ker, Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Henry Paker, Tom Crowley, Gemma Arrowsmith and Tim Bick join in as we mark International Organic Farming Week. Including a poetry exclusive from Michael Banyan. By Benjamin Partridge, Humphrey Ker, Margaret Cabourn-Smith and Henry Paker. Thanks to Tom Crowley, Gemma Arrowsmith and Tim Bick. Tim Bick’s voiceover…
 
In this episode, Dr. Jerome Lubbe unpacks a radical new lens on the Enneagram from the vantage point of Neuroscience. As a functional neurologist who's worked with complex trauma patients over the last decade, Jerome shares his personal story as well as explains why we need to move away from thinking of ourselves as a certain number on the Enneagra…
 
In this episode, Gabby Bernstein, bestselling author, a motivational speaker, and life coach opens to Liz up about her postpartum depression, why she advocates for mental health medication when it is necessary, and why motherhood has been an ongoing spiritual journey. She also shares one of the methods that helped her during some of her darkest mom…
 
Jeannie Gaffigan, producer, comedy writer, brain tumor survivor, bestselling author, wife of Jim, and mother of five talks to Liz about what her brain tumor taught her, how she found humor and joy in tragedy, and why slowing down and enjoying the present has become so important to her. She also explains why mothers, who so often put their own care …
 
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