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Join Jon Hamm (Mad Men, Bridesmaids) and writer, director and producer Jennifer Westfeldt (24, Kissing Jessica Stein) as they discuss their new film Friends with Kids. A romantic comedy that centres around two best friends who decide to have a child together, whilst keeping their relationship platonic, Friends with Kids shows how having kids can change your life forever, in amusing and surprising ways.
 
Military Wives: The Official Film Podcast hosted by Gaby Roslin is an exclusive podcast to support the release of ‘Military Wives’ in cinemas on March 6th. If you love cinema, you are going to love this film and this podcast series. Inspired by the incredible true story of friendship, love and support on the home front, the film shows a group of women come together as their partners serve in Afghanistan. Together they form the very first military wives choir, helping each other through some ...
 
From Sam Maule and 11:FS, Connection Interrupted is a weekly show exploring lives that were disrupted - or had their connections interrupted - pivoted, or rerouted through fault or design, the obstacles they had to overcome to get to where they are now - and the role that technology played in helping them reach it. Each week we’ll be speaking to people from all walks of life that have had their lives unexpectedly influenced, changed or completely re-written by technology. Connection Interrup ...
 
As a broker you understand the need for life and health insurance, but clients may need a little help. Assurity sits down with the insurance pros to get valuable tips on targeting, prospecting techniques, sales strategy, and more. Tune in every other week for new tips to grow your business. We’re listening. Tell us what you’d like to learn about next: podcast@assurity.com
 
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"magnetism which drew good humour from all around him" [VALL] It's not often that we talk bout the topic of humor on I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere. Regular listeners may strain to find humor in Burt and Scott's banter, but we're fans of humor here at IHOSE. It's strange, then, that we find ourselves more than 200 episodes into this production witho…
 
"It is fortunate for this community that I am not a criminal."[BRUC] Sherlock Holmes certainly ran with a rough crowd. Burglars, murderers, blackmailers, thieves, spies, kidnappers, and even politicians. Given his store of criminal knowledge, what stopped him from becoming a criminal himself? Wait just a moment; while his cause was justice, his pra…
 
“a sharp touch of brain-fever” [MUSG] Inspired by two sources of Sherlockian medical scholarship, we decided to discuss brain fever. What was brain fever, medically speaking? And why does it only rear its head in Victorian literature? Was it an actual affliction, or just a literary device? It's just a Trifle. Please consider supporting our efforts …
 
John Berardi is one of the co-founders of Precision Nutrition as well as the author of “Change Maker”. In today’s episode John shares his creative process for writing quality content, as well as some cues and signals that will help you identify when you are in your most creative state. What you’ll learn: Tips on clearing your mind The creative thin…
 
Our guest is David Murray, author of An Effort to Understand: Hearing One Another (and Ourselves) in a Nation Cracked in Half. His book is a series of essays that gives readers a window into everyday American discourse–from the rural backroads to corporate C-suites. A student of history, Murray shows that however great the personal and political di…
 
“Apply 221B, Baker Street” [NAVA] Last week, we left you hanging with Vincent Starrett's chapter in his book The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes. We couldn't leave it unfinished, so we're back with the second half. And a special treat at the conclusion of the episode—also with a 221B theme. It's just a Trifle. Find Trifles wherever you listen to po…
 
"a fair balance of military power." [SECO] The BSI Professions Series marches on, this time in military time. The latest volume in the series is , edited by Michael Quigley, BSI ("A Large, Brass-Bound Safe") and Marsha Pollak, BSI ("A Small But Select Library"). Together, they tell us the story behind the book: the curious case of the new editor, a…
 
This week on Timeless Leadership, we'll be discussing the role of Kindness and leadership. Why does kindness matter? What is the NICE Method™? What steps can we take to choose kindness when it seems the most difficult? Who are some inspirational and successful leaders who personify the principle of kindness? Join Scott as he welcomes Dave Delaney, …
 
“I have my eye on a suite in Baker Street” [STUD] There is no question that 221B Baker Street is the most famous address in all of fiction. What makes it interesting is its non-existence at the time of the stories' publications, and legions of fans attempting to determine its actual location afterward. Vincent Starrett was a huge fan of this game. …
 
Elliot Roe is a leading expert for mindset optimization for high performers and the #1 mindset coach for poker players. In today’s episode Elliot shares his knowledge on mental and emotional fitness and how to rewrite your brain software using the power of hypnotherapy so that you can operate in a state of peak performance everyday. What you’ll lea…
 
“some creature of the weasel and stoat tribe” [CROO] There was a fad in mid-century Victorian England that led to pets becoming more common. But the third week of each month, our episodes focus not on everyday household animals but rare and unusual creatures. In this case, we focus on a member of the family Herpestidae. Namely, the mongoose. Making…
 
"he does not care for general practice, which distracts him from his literary work" [MISS] There must be something in the water. Or the air. Have you noticed an uptick of interest in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle lately? We spoke with Mark Jones of the podcast last season. Since then, a new society has met, another has been formed, and an academic journal…
 
“rarefied heights of pure mathematics” [VALL] As we know, James Moriarty was a professor of mathematics. We know little about his academic appointment, other than having to step down from a chair. What we do know is he has two publications to his name. What are they, and what do they tell us about Moriarty's approach to a life of crime. They're jus…
 
Mike Lee is a former light-heavyweight pro boxer. In today’s episode he shares his experiences of winning a fight after breaking a rib, overcoming extreme setbacks, and how he used mindset, meditation, and alternative medicine to overcome an auto-immune disease, ankylosing spondylitis. What you’ll learn: Ankylosing spondylitis Alternative medicine;…
 
“I return with an excellent appetite” [BLAC] The Sherlock Holmes stories are a cornucopia of content. A smorgasbord of smarts. A full menu of fulfillment. So it shouldn't be terribly surprising that we find buffets mentioned in the Canon. Perhaps you skipped over the Canonical buffet line. We can't blame you. The references are fleeting, at best. A…
 
"you must acknowledge, my dear Holmes" [HOUN] When you hear about Richard Ryan's writing projects, you might make an exclamation much like Watson did in the presence of Sherlock Holmes. The self-described "pantser" already had five books to his name on MX Publishing (The Vatican Cameos, The Stone of Destiny, The Druid of Death, The Merchant of Mena…
 
“Our own colours, green and white.” [WIST] Yes, the circle was red, the study was scarlet and the pips were orange. But there are so many other colors (or colours) to explore in the Sherlock Holmes stories. Conan Doyle did a masterful job of using color to give us a vivid sense of the settings. But more than that, what does his use of various color…
 
Stacy Bare is a former Captain in the US Army, as well as the 2014 National Geographic - Adventurer of The Year. In today’s episode Stacy shares his passion for the outdoors as well as his idea of nature and what it can do fro your sobriety, recovery, and overall well being. What you’ll learn: Nature and recovery Redefining recovery and addiction T…
 
“It is a nice household,” he murmured. “That is the baboon.” [SPEC] It seems that Dr. Grimesby Roylott had a bit of a wild side. Killed a man in India. Threw a blacksmith off a small bridge. Had a cheetah and baboon wandering his grounds. You know, as one does. As we looked at the animals in detail, we came across a startling detail about Roylott's…
 
"Unique, perfectly unique" [BRUC] When Vincent Starrett set out to write his cornerstone pastiche in 1920, it wasn't intended for an audience of Sherlock Holmes fans. For one, he didn't know of any others who were as fixated on Holmes as he was. Fortunately, Richard Sveum, BSI ("Dr. Hill Barton") is well connected in the Sherlockian world and was a…
 
“There are certainly one or two indications upon the stick.” [HOUN] Walking sticks were once fashionable. They were just as necessary as a pair of gloves and a hat in a gentleman's daily attire in Victorian England. But they also served a practical purpose from time to time. And Sherlock Holmes was able to use these personal effects as clue givers.…
 
Nat Eliason is the founder of the marketing agency, Growth Machine, as well as the creator of the Stamena app. In today’s episode, Nat shares his insight on the power of being connected to your environment, as well as how to increase your productivity and how he untintentionally became a sex expert. What you’ll learn: How to last longer in bed Unpl…
 
“shoes, but no socks.” [PRIO] Over the course of our first four seasons, we covered a wide variety of haberdashery: dressing gowns, clothes, disguises, and hats, to name a few. But we haven't covered anything related to footwear (unless you count that fleeting reference to tennis shoes in Episode 119). Shoes, boots, and slippers are a few of the ki…
 
"a group of people who seemed to be intensely amused" [BLAN] Once upon a time, a man invited a group of his friends to join him for lunch and conversation about his favorite literary figure. Eighty-seven years later, the Baker Street Irregulars continues, but what about that early set of people? Thanks to the incredible research skills of Linda and…
 
Jonathan Brookins gets back on the horse and talks about the process. That's the work. It's falling down 7 times, but standing up 8! 2020 dealt humanity a lot of harsh realities, but as Jonathan quotes in this episode, "It's not about how hard you can hit, it's about how hard you can get hit and keep on moving!". This is the first episode back on t…
 
“I can tell a Moriarty when I see one.” [VALL] Quick: in "The Final Problem," what is the name of Sherlock Holmes's arch-rival? Yes, we know it's Professor Moriarty, but what's his first name? If you said "James," you'd be wrong. Would you be surprised to learn that he has not only one, but two brothers, at least one of whom is also named James? It…
 
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