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Best Katy Galli podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Katy Galli podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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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.
 
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“I just want to do my part in leaving the world better than how I came into it.”In the 216th episode of the Keep Moving Forward podcast, I interview Founder of Beyond Athlete Life, Pierre Collura. To learn more about Pierre, follow him on Instagram. To stay up to date on all things coming out of The KMF Collective, head on over to http://keepmoving…
 
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…
 
“How can I improve myself most during this time?”In the 215th episode of the Keep Moving Forward podcast, I interview Certified PT, Ray Law. To learn more about Ray, follow him on Instagram. To stay up to date on all things coming out of The KMF Collective, head on over to http://keepmovingforward.us/ and subscribe to my YouTube Channel. Always rem…
 
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…
 
“If I listened to that voice of doubt...I would have regretted it forever.”In the 214th episode of the Keep Moving Forward Podcast, I interview Film Director, Producer, and Co-Founder of Buttery Bros, Marz Sawyers. To learn more about Marz and Buttery Bros, follow along on Instagram. To stay up to date on all things coming out of The KMF Collective…
 
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…
 
“Spread butter, spread joy.” In the 213th episode of the Keep Moving Forward podcast, I interview Film Director, Producer, Photographer, Story-Teller, and Co-Founder of Buttery Bros, Heber Cannon. To learn more about Heber and Buttery Bros, follow along on Instagram. To stay up to date on all things coming out of The KMF Collective, head on over to…
 
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…
 
This week JD shoots the shit with guest Aaron Maslow. Aaron is a stand up comedian and host of the Schooling Noah Podcast. Topics discussed include, but are not limited to: Bob & Brad, job advice, attacking audience members, and making each live show an experience. Like, subscribe, rate, review, and tell a friend! Follow LHRB on Facebook, Instagram…
 
“Bending over backwards to help someone with their health and well being, that is worth it to me.”In the 212th episode of the Keep Moving Forward podcast, I interview CrossFit HQ Staff member and Coach at CrossFit Invictus, Libby Landry. To learn more about Libby follow her on Instagram. To stay up to date on all things coming out of The KMF Collec…
 
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…
 
“Believe.”In the 211th episode of the Keep Moving Forward podcast I interview former Professional Tennis player, Melanie Oudin. To learn more about Melanie follow her on Instagram. To stay up to date on all things coming out of The KMF Collective, head on over to http://keepmovingforward.us/ and subscribe to my YouTube Channel. Always remember, you…
 
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…
 
This week is a crossover episode with JD’s other podcast, Los Chupacabros! Los Chupacabros is a humorous, wisecracking, yet simpleminded podcast from Denver based comedians Andres Becerril, Patrick Scott, and JD Lopez. Each week they get together to have a silly goose time and podcast it to the world. Los Chupacabros is also a proud part of Left Ha…
 
“Chase the process.” In the 210th episode of the Keep Moving Forward podcast I interview Canadian National Skeleton Athlete, Jaclyn LaBerge. To learn more about Jaclyn, follow her on Instagram and Facebook. To stay up to date on all things coming out of The KMF Collective, head on over to http://keepmovingforward.us/ and subscribe to my YouTube Cha…
 
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…
 
This week JD shoots the shit with guest Andres Becerril. Andres is a stand up comedian and co-host of the Joke and Destroy Podcast. Topics discussed include, but are not limited to: being a smart-ass, drinking, working at a grocery store, daddy issues, jealousy, and love. Like, subscribe, rate, review, and tell a friend! Follow LHRB on Facebook, In…
 
“My passion has always been helping others live a better life.”In the 209th episode of the Keep Moving Forward podcast I interview Host of the Best Hour of Their Day Podcast, CEO of ThundrBro, Founder of Own Your Eating, and CrossFit Level 4 Coach, Jason Ackerman. To learn more about Jason, follow him on Instagram at ThundrBro, Own Your Eating, 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…
 
This week is a crossover pod with Let’s get Drunk and Talk about Your Wedding. It’s a new podcast being produced by JD aka Left Hand Right Brain Productions. Consider this your RSVP. Jen and Mal want to get drunk and talk about your wedding. We ask the questions and you pick the poison. We cheers and say, "I DO!” Like, rate, review, and share with …
 
“You learn a lot in the quiet moments...before the camera is turned on.”In the 208th episode of the Keep Moving Forward podcast I interview CrossFit Reporter, Coach, and Marketer, Nicole Brazier. To learn more about Niocle, follow her on Instagram, YouTube, and LinkedIn. To stay up to date on all things coming out of The KMF Collective, head on ove…
 
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 …
 
This week JD shoots the shit with guest Ryan Williams. Ryan is a Barber and Owner of The Dark Rose Club. Topics discussed include, but are not limited to: club vs barbershop, growing up cutting hair, judging everyone’s hair, what you learn in barber school, social media, and hair splinters. Like, subscribe, rate, review, and tell a friend! Follow L…
 
“I want to be remembered for loving people no matter what they walk into my door with.” In the 207th episode of the Keep Moving Forward podcast I interview Owner of Prime Body Studios, Fitness Trainer, athlete, and Founder of the Stronger than a Mother charity, Faith Lee. To stay up to date on all things coming out of The KMF Collective, head on ov…
 
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…
 
“It’s about getting people in the gym, putting barbells in their hands, and putting a smile on their face.”In the 206th episode of the Keep Moving Forward podcast I interview the Barbell Shrugged Podcast and CEO of the Shrugged Collective, Anders Varner. To learn more about Anders, follow the Shrugged Collective on Instagram and visit his website. …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
"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…
 
Democrats can beat Donald Trump in the 2020 election. Another four years of a Trump White House is not a foregone conclusion. With nine months to go before the general election, there’s a tremendous amount of fear and uncertainty hanging over many of us about the future of the American republic. Amidst this fear, Democratic voters are deciding whic…
 
This is an intimate portrait of what addiction looks like in America. From the board rooms of pharmaceutical companies to the living rooms across America, Beth Macy traces the path of devastation wrought by opioids. Her latest book, “Dopesick” gives life to the urgency of the epidemic, illustrating just how woefully insufficient the national respon…
 
The title says it all on this one, folks. What is it about the American political system that cultivated this deeply dysfunctional and polarized climate? Last year, we had Ezra Klein on the show to assess how bad things were in the Trump era (conclusion: not great). Now, Klein is back to discuss his new book "Why We're Polarized" which provides a s…
 
Professional sports are never more than an inch away from the deepest core of what's happening in America. They are an amazing crucible of politics and culture that manage to reflect the issues we are working through as a country. And because these spaces are so integrated, particularly in football and basketball, racial politics quickly come to th…
 
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