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I’m Michael Rosenbaum, I’ve spent the better part of the last two decades in and out of film and television - mostly known for playing the bald dude on the show Smallville. I’m the guy that you probably don’t know by name, but when you see my face you might say “oh, that guy from that thing.” I’ve befriended some of the most talented people in the business, but it wasn’t until I started inviting them into my home that I realized, I didn’t really know these people. What started as me having s ...
 
My bio lists me as a 'serial traveller' - well, that's a self-styled handle. I've been addicted to travel for 50 years. If I didn't have to work to pay for my habit, I'd be on the road or in the air or on the water as much as possible. Here are some impressions from a few favourite places en route. The road always beckons for more adventures.You can find more about my travels over the years on my website.
 
The shipping industry is the backbone of international trade, contributing to the globalisation and development of the world, but it's the shipping people who make the world go around. Listen to the maritime professionals sharing their passion for shipping and how they see the future.
 
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Colu Henry is a hugely accomplished food writer, with articles in The New York Times and Wine Spectator, and a beloved cookbook that's right up my alley: Back Pocket Pasta. In today's episode, we learn all about Colu's background as a cabaret performer, her transition into food writing, working for chefs like Scott Conant and Marcus Samuelsson, and…
 
Yumiko Kadota talks to Cheryl Akle about the challenges she faced as a young female surgeon in a male-dominated industry. Her bestselling memoir, Emotional Female, is out now and explores her experiences in the Australian public hospital system. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
We are approaching June 25th, 2021, and celebrating the Day of the Seafarer, which is a way to recognise the invaluable contribution seafarers make to international trade and the world economy, often at high personal cost to themselves and their families. In episode 165, you meet Frank Coles, currently on gardening leave from Wallem, and get to lis…
 
Pip Podcast is back! With the wonderful and inspiring Hannah Moloney. In this episode Robyn chats to Hannah about how she balances making change in the world with work, parenthood, and living a healthy sustainable life. Hannah shares her journey from starting ‘Goodlife Permaculture’ to becoming a regular guest presenter on ABC’s Gardening Australia…
 
Better Reading’s Cheryl Akle and Jane Tara discuss their favourite new releases, road trips, and their love for audiobooks. Books mentioned: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak Seven Ancient Wonders by Matthew Reilly Fully Human by Steve Biddulph The Other Black Girl by Zakiya Dalila Harris Good Indian Daughter by Ruhi Lee When Things Are Alive They Hum…
 
Keegan Allen (Pretty Little Liars, Walker) brings his cheerful and bright attitude to this week's episode and discusses his experience as a hopeless romantic, his teenage angst, and how he’s managed to stay on the ‘straight and narrow’ avoiding downward spirals in this industry. Keegan opens up on his relationship with his late father and how he’s …
 
Noah Galvin is a star of stage and screen. You may have seen him on Broadway in Dear Evan Hansen or Waitress, or maybe you know him from his stints on ABC's The Real O'Neals (where I was a writer for two seasons) or, his newest gig, The Good Doctor. In today's session, Noah talks all about cooking Thanksgiving in a closet in Vancouver, growing up o…
 
Maggie Lawson (Psych, Santa Clarita Diet) stops by this week’s podcast for an in-depth and emotional discussion about relationships, divorce as a child and adult, and the anxiety that comes with starting out in Hollywood. Maggie discusses her wild journey of moving from Kentucky to Los Angeles and becoming an actress. We also discuss the difficult …
 
Celia Sack is the owner of one of the most beloved and important cookbook stores in the country and maybe the world: Omnivore Books in San Francisco. In today's session, Celia talks about her childhood adventures digging through other people's stuff, eating a roast beef sandwich on the way to an animal rights rally, her background selling rare book…
 
Welcome to the 164th episode of the Shipping Podcast, featuring climate lawyer Valentina Keys, Senior Associate, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP. According to Valentina are we living in unprecedented times, there are so many things changing now. The carbon footprint has to be measured and reported publicly. Business models have to be redesi…
 
From growing up on a sailboat to becoming Balthazar in Supernatural, Sebastian Roché joins the show this week to share all in his journey through mental health in this industry. Sebastian discusses his early childhood surrounding life on a boat and his tumultuous relationship with his father. We talk about prior relationships, how love and connecti…
 
Better Reading's Cheryl Akle and Jane Tara discuss their favourite new releases, what audiobooks they're listening to... and a surprise from author A.J. Gnuse. Books mentioned: Toxic by Richard Flanagan Emotional Female by Yumiko Kadota Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens Legacy by Nora Roberts Good Indian Daughter by Ruhi Lee Falling by T.J. Ne…
 
There are very few people who don't love Cole Escola, whether it's from their viral videos or as Chassie on "Cooking at Home with Amy Sedaris" or as Chip on Season 3 of "Search Party." In today's Lunch Therapy session, we get into Cole's neuroses, which all began with an episode of Oprah about the germs on the top of a soda can. We cover protein po…
 
The very brave and charismatic David Harewood (Supergirl, Homeland) joins us this week and opens up about his battle with mental illness and how it shaped his life. David shares how acting and friendship both literally saved his life from his own psychosis; a big reason he’s made it a point to bring more awareness to the field of mental health. Lat…
 
Better Reading's Cheryl Akle and Jane Tara discuss their favourite new releases, Cheryl's recent trip to Gundagai, and her new column in The Australian. Books mentioned: Debesa by Cindy Solonec The Beautiful Fall by Hugh Breakey The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart by Holly Ringland Bila Yarrudhanggalangdhuray by Anita Heiss The Girl Remains by Katherine…
 
One of my desert island cookbooks is The Back in the Day Bakery Cookbook (based on recipes from the Back in the Day Bakery in Savannah, Georgia), so imagine my delight that Cheryl Day -- who co-wrote it with her husband Griffith Day -- allowed me to analyze her lunch on this week's Lunch Therapy. Cheryl, a James Beard Award semifinalist for Outstan…
 
Listen to the two most famous Master Mariners globally, Captain Kate McCue and Captain Thomas Lindegaard Madsen, in their first encounter ever. The conversation touches upon so many exciting things as cats, shoes, leadership, containers, high-heals, role models, visibility, respect, accountability, dreams, career choices and the fact that #Seafarer…
 
Surprise! Here's another episode for you this week, featuring one of my best friends, Jonathan Parks-Ramage, author of a brand new novel that's out today called YES, DADDY. In today's episode, Jonathan shamelessly plugs his book (just kidding: I read it, and it's soooo good), talks about his time as a waiter in a gaystaurant, the notorious pork cho…
 
Reverend Bill Crews AM talks to Cheryl Akle about his straight-talking and inspiring manifesto on what it takes to be a better human and how to pay it forward, at a time when the world desperately needs it. 12 Rules for Living a Better Life is out now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Charisma Carpenter (Angel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) joins us this week and shares a jaw dropping story of bravery and survival in an unthinkable situation. She later opens up on her journey throughout her career, how acting wasn’t always her first choice, but how falling into it changed her life forever. Charisma discusses her anxiety surrounding …
 
Better Reading's Cheryl Akle and Jane Tara discuss their favourite new releases, forensics, art, and their love of dogs. Books mentioned: Toxic by Richard Flanagan The End of Men by Christina Sweeney-Baird Before You Knew My Name by Jacqueline Bublitz The Road Trip by Beth O'Leary How to Train Your Dog by Jen & Ryan Tate How To Mend a Broken Heart …
 
Broti Gupta is way too accomplished for someone her age. Not only has she written for television (Speechless, Friends from College); she's also written for The New Yorker AND The New York Times. In today's lunch therapy session, we talk all about cooking for her boyfriend (and vice-versa), Mark Wahlberg's weird schedule, her mother teaching her rec…
 
Christina Sweeney-Baird talks to Cheryl Akle about the research that went into writing about a man-killing virus in her debut novel The End of Men, and how the film rights have already sold. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The legendary and iconic Robert Englund joins us this week to discuss various topics surrounding the Nightmare on Elm Street series and his early start of being an actor. Robert discusses growing up as a Valley boy and how he transitioned from wanting to be a lawyer who surfed in his free time to a world-wide phenomenon actor. We discuss an insane …
 
Aboriginal (pakana) writer, Adam Thompson talks to Cheryl Akle about the importance of maintaining Aboriginal heritage sites, muttonbirding and his journey from storytelling to writing. His debut, Born Into This, is out now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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