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Sustainability Defined is the podcast that defines sustainability, one concept (and bad joke) at a time. Hosts Scott Breen and Jay Siegel explore a new topic each episode with the help of an expert in the field. Each concept falls into one of seven sectors -- Energy, Cities, Natural Environment, Transportation, Business, Policy, and Social -- and is visually represented in a Sustainability Tree found at www.sustainabilitydefined.com.
 
Dr. Scott Davis, a professor of Marketing and founder of SilverPlane video automation, interviews successful marketers to help you start a business, lead a team, understand consumer behavior, deliver and communicate benefits to your customers, and market new products. Scott interviews people from all marketing professions ranging from social media managers to chief marketing officers and CEOs.
 
History might be written by the winners, but in presidential politics the story is often shaped by the Long Shots. Journalist Conor Powell profiles eight presidential candidates who lost the race for the White House but dramatically changed America’s political landscape - right up to today. Long Shots is the story of America’s presidential battles – the contentious contest for the most powerful office in the world - and how knowing where we've been can help us choose a better tomorrow. With ...
 
A podcast more about music lovers than music makers. This podcast takes fresh and entertaining look at the world of music from a fan's point of view. We want to move away from nerdy facts and geeky idol worship to talk more about how the music has touched your life, made you laugh, made you cry, changed your world.
 
“Good Seats Still Available” is a curious little podcast devoted to the exploration of what used-to-be in professional sports. Each week, host Tim Hanlon interviews former players, owners, broadcasters, beat reporters, and surprisingly famous "super fans" of teams and leagues that have come and gone - in an attempt to unearth some of the most wild and woolly moments in (often forgotten) sports history.
 
Welcome to Novel Pairings, a podcast dedicated to making the classics readable, relevant, and fun. As two nerdy bookworms, we appreciate the role of classic lit, but we but we won’t get too academic about it. We’ll talk about the books we love and the books we loath, and help stock your TBR pile with old and new reads for every literary taste.
 
Three One G is in a sense, a family owned business…and basically a family in itself. I started the label in hopes to better the quality and creativity of things that I was part of, as well as the music culture that I am part of. Three One G quickly developed into a family of artists who were all intertwined, or on the same page as one another. For me, it is the truest definition of family; people who are of the same breed and people who are from the same way of life. In the beginning, I star ...
 
The ID The Future (IDTF) podcast carries on Discovery Institute's mission of exploring the issues central to evolution and intelligent design. IDTF is a short podcast providing you with the most current news and views on evolution and ID. IDTF delivers brief interviews with key scientists and scholars developing the theory of ID, as well as insightful commentary from Discovery Institute senior fellows and staff on the scientific, educational and legal aspects of the debate.
 
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Scott and Chris set up your weekend with more laughs and great guests. Today they catch up with Josh Widdicombe and James Acaster, rugby referee Nigel Owens is back with Real Life TMO, another child reviews their parent’s record collection and actress and singer Marisha Wallace plays the Upside Down Quiz.…
 
Robert L. Wallace is an internationally known entrepreneur, author, business consultant, and keynote speaker. With more than four decades of industry experience spanning engineering, energy, IT, and executive coaching, Bob leverages his expertise to educate and inspire entrepreneurs, executives, and audiences around the world. Growing up in the hou…
 
Scott and Chris set up your Saturday with more laughs and great guests. They catch up with Kaiser Chiefs’ Ricky Wilson, Laura Whitmore plays the Upside Down Quiz, rugby referee Nigel Owens sorts out your personal arguments and another child reviews their parents’ taste in music.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
Kazuo Ishigruo’s eighth novel, “Klara and the Sun,” is his first since he won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2017. It’s narrated by Klara, an Artificial Friend — a humanoid machine who acts as a companion for a 14-year-old child. Radhika Jones, the editor of Vanity Fair, talks about the novel and where it fits into Ishiguro’s august body of work…
 
Big thanks to this week's advertisers! Dave Smith Motors and Radio Brewing Company. In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast, Chanse Watson and Madison Hardy go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, the Bonners Ferry Herald, and the Shoshone News-Press from March 3 to 5. Time Index…
 
The Man Eater of Colorado chews his way through his companions. Was it murder--or survival? For more old timey crimey content, check out the Patreon and see what extras you can get for a few bucks a months! Or check out our Amazon Wishlist to buy us a book--making the episode topic YOUR CHOICE! Don't forget to follow the show FB, Insta, or Twitter.…
 
Definers, we had to delay our brand spankin new episode to April so this month we're replaying one of our most popular episodes, episode #16 on sustainable beer. But, before we replay that episode, we have an updated interview with one of our favorite people, Katie Wallace of New Belgium Brewing. We ask her for updates on what she talked about in t…
 
Jake Gyllenhaal knows he has a great job as a celebrated film actor. But the thing that brings him true joy is bursting into song as part of a stage musical. Jake talks with Marc about his love of theater, which ended up landing him three Tony Award nominations this year, one for acting and two for producing. They also get into why Broadway needs t…
 
Big thanks to this episode's advertisers! bankcda, Watts Appliance, Radio Brewing, Silver Valley Tire, and McDonald's. In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast, Chanse Watson and Josh McDonald go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, and the Shoshone News-Press from Feb. 27 to Marc…
 
We’re sharing our top five tips for reading Jane Austen’s novels with you, whether you’re a frequent re-reader or new to her work. Today’s episode is meant to help you get the most out of any Austen novel, but we hope you’ll read Pride and Prejudice with us this month! To celebrate one year of podcasting and the launch of our new Patreon community,…
 
In this episode of the Startup Selling Podcast, I was interviewed by Andrew Verboncouer. Andrew is one of the Partners and CEO at Headway and has spent over 15 years in product design, product strategy, and development. Headway helps startups and corporate innovation teams launch and grow new digital products in FinTech, Healthcare, Logistics, and …
 
Tim Allen has embodied enough different personas - Tim Taylor, Mike Baxter, Buzz Lightyear, Santa Claus - that he often doesn’t know which guy he actually is. But at least he’s no longer the directionless young man who made bad choices and ran afoul of the law. Tim tells Marc how he cleaned up his act and made it as a club comic before breaking out…
 
Arizona State calculus professor Scott Surgent ("The Complete World Hockey Association, 11th Edition"; "The World Hockey Association Fact Book") joins this week to discuss his personal passion project of documenting everything statistical from the fascinatingly ephemeral World Hockey Association - despite never having witness a single game during i…
 
Big thanks to this week's advertisers! Juli Zook with Silver Legacy Realty, Radio Brewing Company, and Twin City Furniture. In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast, Chanse Watson and Rachel Sun go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, the Bonners Ferry Herald, and the Shoshone New…
 
Lauren Oyler’s debut novel, “Fake Accounts,” features a nameless narrator who discovers that her boyfriend has a secret life online, where he posts conspiracy theories. The novel is about that discovery, but also more broadly about how the time we spend online — especially on social media — transforms our personalities. “The book is about various m…
 
The infamous Lipstick Killer terrorized Chicago in the 1940s. But did the police and prosecutors have it all wrong? We come to a surprising consensus! For more old timey crimey content, check out the Patreon and see what extras you can get for a few bucks a months! Or check out our Amazon Wishlist to buy us a book--making the episode topic YOUR CHO…
 
Michael K. Williams knows that a lot of people consider his character, Omar Little, to be the best character on The Wire. But he has a different opinion about the show’s best character. Michael tells Marc about how he brought his struggles as an addict to his performance, how he relapsed while making the show, and how the cast gave him the support …
 
Big thanks to this episode's advertisers! Silver Corner Bar, Watts Appliance, Radio Brewing, Silver Valley Tire, and McDonald's. In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast (formerly SNP NOW), Chanse Watson and Josh McDonald go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, and the Shoshone Ne…
 
Today, Chelsey and Sara share some stand-out titles they read over the winter season, including amazing audiobooks, short story collections, and page-turning romance. These quarterly wrap-ups include reflections on our winter season, previews of what’s coming up, and a bunch of book recommendations. We can’t wait to hear what you think of our favor…
 
Scott is from the Portland, Oregon area and shares some of his story with a great amount of enthusiasm. His background is diverse and valuable to a project such as Handshake. His story starts with military service, software development, financial services, and marketing. That is only a small part of his story. I particularly appreciated his "why", …
 
After a severely challenging, COVID-hampered 2020, it wasn't altogether surprising to hear NBA Commissioner Adam Silver openly muse with reporters at year's end about the potential for adding a new franchise or two to help shore up the league's finances. "I'd say it's caused us to maybe dust off some of the analyses on the economic and competitive …
 
Melissa Leo’s acting style is a combination of gut instincts and a compulsive need to ask questions. It’s a style that already earned her an Oscar and continual employment, but also keeps her from falling into the trap of business-as-usual. Melissa and Marc talk about her performances in movies like Frozen River The Fighter and the new film Body Br…
 
Big thanks to this week's advertisers! Mad Bomber Brewing Company, Dave Smith Motors, Radio Brewing Company, and Johnson's Gems. In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast (formerly SNP NOW), Chanse Watson and Madison Hardy go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, the Bonners Ferry H…
 
At 22 years old, Suleika Jaouad was a recent college graduate who had moved to Paris, looking forward to everything life might offer. Then she received a diagnosis of leukemia. In her new memoir, “Between Two Kingdoms,” Jaouad writes about the ensuing years. On this week’s podcast, she discusses her experience with the disease and her effort, in wr…
 
PART 2 of the infamous murders of Abby and Andrew Borden looks at the trial, the aftermath, some weird shit that happened because people are weird, and finally--THEORIES! Huge thanks to Podcorn for sponsoring this episode. Explore sponsorship opportunities and start monetizing your podcast by signing up here: https://podcorn.com/podcasters/ For mor…
 
Sam Neill never had any ambitions as an actor, which is not true about his ambitions as a wine maker. Speaking to Marc from one of his vineyards in New Zealand, Sam talks about how he’s still striving to make the greatest bottle of wine as he lives a sort of double-life as a very familiar face on screens big and small. They also discuss Sam’s ideal…
 
Have you ever wanted to get into a band, but you feel intimidated by their discographies? Prog Primer was created to help you, the listener, get a sense of where to start. There’s a good chance you’ve heard Sonic Youth. They’ve been around for several decades, and their discographies have been celebrated by rock journalists and folks “in the know”.…
 
Our very first interview episode! Kristy talks to Mark Russell, author of CHECKMATE: THE WALLACE MURDER MYSTERY. They talk about the details of the case, Buy it here: https://mangobooks.co.uk/products/checkmate-the-wallace-murder-mystery Huge thanks to Trans-Atlantic History Ramblings for putting us into contact with Mark! https://radiopublic.com/t…
 
Big thanks to this episode's advertisers! bankcda, Watts Appliance, Radio Brewing, and Silver Valley Tire. In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast (formerly SNP NOW), Chanse Watson and Josh McDonald go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, and the Shoshone News-Press from Feb. 13 …
 
Today Chelsey and Sara are discussing The Bloody Chamber by Angela Carter. This collection of twisted, Gothic fairytales is perfect for fans of Rebecca, Jane Eyre, or Edgar Allan Poe. We’re keeping this episode spoiler-free, though we do discuss specific aspects of several stories. We loved connecting this collection across literary movements, expl…
 
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