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Best She Wrote podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best She Wrote podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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An NBA podcast featuring a rotating lineup of the best insiders, writers, and reporters at The Athletic. The latest news, analysis, and ongoings across the Association. Daily, Monday thru Friday. Monday: Basketball Buds with Zach Harper and Friends Tuesday: Tampering with Sam Amick Wednesday: Hoops Adjacent with David Aldridge and Wosny Lambre Thursday: Point of Contention with Ethan Strauss and Marcus Thompson Friday: Nerder She Wrote with Dave DuFour, Seth Partnow, and Mo Dakhil
 
Three women unraveling the mysteries of the Mueller investigation each week as alt government employee and anonymous host, AG simplifies the absurd amount of Trump Russia news and wraps it up into tasty bites for human consumption. Mueller, She Wrote is committed to reporting facts and conjecture with just the right amount of snark. Come for the news, stay for the Fantasy Indictment Draft!
 
If you're looking for *quick* and succinct tips on how to podcast, grow your audience, and monetize your show this is NOT the show for you. Will you get all that from this show? Absolutely! And a lot more, but not in way you expect. This show is a personality driven show hosted by powerhouses and podcasting industry experts Jessica Kupferman and Elsie Escobar (supported by their producer John.) They will give you insightful, wise, expert advice about all aspects about the podcasting industry ...
 
Join AG, Jordan and Jaleesa as they read, review, and discuss some of the books essential to the Russia/Trump investigation including "Russian Roulette" by David Corn and Michael Isikoff, "A Higher Loyalty" by James Comey, and "Fear" by Bob Woodward. Subscribe, buy the book and read along with us. New episodes weekly!
 
“The millennial Bridget Jones. The new voice of a generation.” Grazia UK. Raw, personal and explicit true stories made from over 9,000 diary entries touching on the complexities of sex, navigating London's dating scene and coping with grief. An unapologetically honest storytelling podcast by Liz Beardsell. Series 2 launches on 16.08.20.
 
We are new fans of the classic, 80s & 90s-tastic show Murder, She Wrote. Each month we watch a new episode as recommended by you, our dear listeners! On the first Friday of every month we analyze each recommended episode from the plot twists to the phenomenal fashion to the gluttony of amazing guest stars! We also bring you behind the scenes stories, trivia and even play super fun MSW-centric games! Plus we sometimes have special guests from the worlds of podcasting and stand-up comedy!
 
"...Showing Curious ways in which the English Language may be made to convey Ideas or obscure them." A collection of unintentionally humorous uses of the English language. Sections of the work: How she is wrote by the Inaccurate, By Advertisers and on Sign-boards, For Epitaphs, By Correspondents, By the Effusive, How she can be oddly wrote, and By the Untutored. (Summary by TriciaG)
 
Hosted by Laura Cathcart Robbins, a writer and a recovery thriver and survivor, Laura found herself in an all too familiar position. In September 2018, she was the only black woman in the room at Brave Magic, a famed writer’s retreat. After it was over, she wrote about her “only one” experience in The Huffington Post and comments started flooding into her DM. These comments were from people from all races, ethnicities, creeds, and nationalities who had felt “othered”. Laura beautifully inter ...
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 11 recordings of She sweeps with many-colored Brooms by Emily Dickinson. This was the Weekly Poetry project for February 24, 2013.Dickinson was a prolific private poet, but fewer than a dozen of her nearly eighteen hundred poems were published during her lifetime. The work that was published during her lifetime was usually altered significantly by the publishers to fit the conventional poetic rules of the time. Dickinson’s poems are unique for the era in which s ...
 
Voltairine de Cleyre (1866–1912) was, according to Emma Goldman, "the most gifted and brilliant anarchist woman America ever produced." Today she is not widely known as a consequence of her short life. De Cleyre was especially influenced by Thomas Paine, Mary Wollstonecraft and Clarence Darrow. After the hanging of the Haymarket protesters in 1887, she became an anarchist. "Till then I believed in the essential justice of the American law of trial by jury," she wrote in an autobiographical e ...
 
Ada Cambridge (November 21, 1844 - July 19, 1926), later known as Ada Cross, was an English born Australian writer. While she gained recognition as Australia’s first woman poet of note, her longer term reputation rests on her novels. Overall she wrote more than twenty-five works of fiction, three volumes of poetry and two autobiographical works.[1] Many of her novels were serialised in Australian newspapers, and were never published in book form. The story pans over three - four decades revo ...
 
If you've read and enjoyed The Stars Are Ours, you will certainly enjoy this exciting sequel! Star Born by Andre Norton was first published in 1957, two years after the previous book and is in itself a complete and riveting read. The theme depicts an early inter-stellar flight undertaken by people who call themselves the Free Scientists escaping from an oppressive regime on Earth. When Pax, a global authoritarian regime takes over the planet, it deems all space travel illegal. However this s ...
 
Ida Pfeiffer travelled alone in an era when women didn’t travel. She went first on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, then went on to Egypt and Italy. Understanding the difficulties a woman would face travelling alone and on a budget, she made a will before she left. Go she did, however; and upon her return she wrote this book. She used the proceeds to finance her next trip – six months in Iceland.
 
Ellen Wood (1814-1887) was an English novelist, better known as Mrs. Henry Wood. She wrote over 30 novels, many of which (especially East Lynne which was a Victorian best seller and is still sometimes performed as a drama) enjoyed remarkable popularity. Lady Isabel Carlyle, a beautiful and refined young woman, leaves her hard-working but neglectful lawyer-husband and her infant children to elope with an aristocratic suitor. After he deserts her, and she bears their illegitimate child, Lady I ...
 
Born into the influential Welsh Salusbury family and married to the rich brewer Henry Thrale, Hester Piozzi was associated to the most illustrious figures of London society in her time, among others the famous Samuel Johnson, to whose biography her diaries added valuable details. After surviving Mr. Thrale and her second husband Gabriel Mario Piozzi, at the age of 80, she fell in love with William Augustus Conway, to whom she wrote these letters. - Summary by Carolin
 
Ida Pfeiffer travelled alone in an era when women didn't travel. She went first on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, then went on to Egypt and Italy. Understanding the difficulties a woman would face travelling alone and on a budget, she made a will before she left. Go she did, however; and upon her return she wrote this book. She used the proceeds to finance her next trip - six months in Iceland. (Summary by Sibella Denton)
 
At the age of 19 in 1902, MacLane published her first book, The Story of Mary MacLane. It sold 100,000 copies in the first month and was popular among young girls, but was strongly criticized by conservative readers, and lightly ridiculed by H.L. Mencken. She had always chafed at living in Butte, which was a small mining town, and used the money from sales of this book to move to Greenwich Village where she continued to write books and newspaper articles. Some critics have suggested that eve ...
 
Mrs. Molesworth was during her time best known for her many children's books. It is not so well known that she also wrote some uncanny tales, which are probably best enjoyed by people a little above the age-group for which Mrs. Molesworth normally wrote. - Summary by Carolin
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 12 recordings of Past Days by Emily Brontë . This was the Weekly Poetry project for November 28th, 2010Anne Brontë was a British novelist and poet, the youngest member of the Brontë literary family. She wrote a volume of poetry with her sisters (Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell, 1846) and in short succession she wrote two novels. Agnes Grey, based upon her experiences as a governess, was published in 1847. Her second and last novel, The Tenant of Wildfell ...
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 13 recordings of He'd Nothing but His Violin by Mary Kyle Dallas. This was the Weekly Poetry project for March 10, 2013.According to an article in the New York Times, Mary Kyle Dallas was born in Philadelphia, PA and married Jacob A. Dallis when she was twenty. She wrote for the New York Ledger for over fifteen years.A few comments from our readers."What a lovely delicate little piece." (AlanW)"Here is my version of this sweet melodious poem. This one definitely ...
 
May Agnes Fleming is renowned as Canada's first best-selling novelist. She wrote 42 novels, many of which have only been published posthumously. The Midnight Queen is set in London, in the year of the plague 1665. Sir Norman Kingsley visits the soothsayer "La Masque" who shows him the vision of a beautiful young lady. Falling madly in love with her, he is astonished to find her only a short time later and saves her from being buried alive. He takes her home to care for her, but while he fetc ...
 
Four short stories by Mary Hallock Foote (1847–1938), an American author and illustrator. She is best known for her illustrated short stories and novels portraying life in the mining communities of the turn-of-the-century American West. She is famous for her stories of place, in which she portrayed the rough, picturesque life she experienced and observed in the old West, especially that in the early mining towns. She wrote several novels, and illustrated stories and novels by other authors f ...
 
Rilla of Ingleside (1921) is the final book in the Anne of Green Gables series by Lucy Maud Montgomery, but was the sixth of the eight "Anne" novels she wrote. This book draws the focus back onto a single character, Anne and Gilbert's youngest daughter Bertha Marilla "Rilla" Blythe. It has a more serious tone, as it takes place during World War I and the three Blythe boys -- Jem, Walter, and Shirley -- along with Rilla's sweetheart Ken Ford, and playmates Jerry Meredith and Carl Meredith -- ...
 
Before she wrote Little Women and Little Men, Louisa, writing under the pseudonym A.M. Barnard, had this `blood and thunder' thriller (as she called them) published in 1863 by a weekly pulp magazine. This was during the period when Louisa worked a nurse during the American Civil war. The rigid and unfair roles of men and women of this period, their expectations and desires, plays a large in this story of betrayed love, anger, petulance, and ultimately, vengeance. The story is well written an ...
 
The philosophy of Idealism, revived in eighteenth-century Europe by George Berkeley, argued against philosophical materialism by maintaining that Reality is a creation of the Mind. Despite its flourishing under the leadership of Hegel, Fichte, Schopenhauer, and Schelling, Idealism had definitely fallen into decline late in the nineteenth century and early in the twentieth. May Sinclair, the writer of many popular but philosophically provocative novels and part-time World War I ambulance corp ...
 
Chicago, May 4, 1886. In the Haymarket region of the city, a peaceful Labor Day demonstration suddenly turns into a riot. The police intervene to maintain peace, but they soon use violence to quell the mob and a bomb is thrown, resulting in death and injuries to scores of people. In the widely publicized trial that followed, eight anarchists were condemned to death or life imprisonment, convicted of conspiracy, though none of them had actually thrown the bomb. A young Russian immigrant, Emma ...
 
Husband and wife watch The Tudors. He knows nothing about the 16th century. She has been podcasting about Renaissance England since 2009. In this episode by episode guide he'll ask her questions, and they'll discuss the stories behind the drama, looking at what really happened at the Tudor court. We think it's a fun way to make the 16th century more accessible, and any excuse to see more of Jonathan Rhys Meyers is a good thing. (She wrote that part). Learn more about us at http://www.watchin ...
 
Rhetoricity is a quasi-academic podcast that draws on rhetoric, theory, weird sound effects, and the insights of a lot of other people. It's something that's a little strange and, with luck, a little interesting. The podcast's description will evolve along with it. So far, most episodes feature interviews with rhetoric and writing scholars. The podcast is a project of Eric Detweiler, an assistant professor in the Department of English at Middle Tennessee State University. For more on Rhetori ...
 
In 1914, at the age of 51, the novelist and poet May Sinclair volunteered to leave the comforts of England to go to the Western Front, joining the Munro Ambulance Corps ministering to wounded Belgian soldiers in Flanders. Her experiences in the Great War, brief and traumatizing as they were, permeated the prose and poetry she wrote after this time. Witness of great human pain and tragedy, Sinclair was in serious danger of her life on multiple occasions. This journal makes no attempt to be an ...
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 16 recordings of The Railway Train by Emily Dickinson. This was the Weekly Poetry project for May 28, 2011.Although Dickinson was a prolific private poet, fewer than a dozen of her nearly eighteen hundred poems were published during her lifetime. The work that was published during her lifetime was usually altered significantly by the publishers to fit the conventional poetic rules of the time. Dickinson's poems are unique for the era in which she wrote; they con ...
 
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Can a tennis match reveal corporate leadership strength? Is it medically sound to pull a TV into a hot tub to stop a heart attack? How much glass was smashed or stolen in this episode? And will Tom and Morgan bond over their shared experiences of murderously minded wives? Take your seat at the table but skip that moment of silence as we enter the c…
 
Noel is unable to join us today, so Allison and Kate continue their introduction to Jessica Fletcher Streaming In Place with the second half of the pilot of Murder, She Wrote, “The Murder of Sherlock Holmes.” Jessica takes the train, Anthony Garcia?, and the Count of Monte Cristo. Tune in for our thoughts on the dramatic conclusion of the pilot. We…
 
Ben and Marissa from the Murder, We Spoke podcast (@MurderWeSpoke) guide Gillian and Matt through the legendary TV series Murder, She Wrote. Gillian chats with Silly Willie Geist on Twitter, Matt spoils the first episode of Making It, Ben bakes banana bread, and Marissa starts her day with Fireball in her Pumpkin Spice Latte. Check out our appearan…
 
Sam Amick is joined first by Kyle Goon and Bill Oram to discuss life in the Bubble, Lakers Bubble Trouble, can Lebron carry this team?, and how the Blazers would match up with them in round 1. In Part 2 Joe Ingles of the Utah Jazz joins Sam to discuss what player life is like in the bubble, the Utah Jazz chemistry, Mitchell and Gobert and much more…
 
Today, the White House goes on lockdown, the appeals court re-hears Flynn’s mandamus case en banc, more schools are reopening this week despite 97,000 children testing positive for covid-19 in the last two weeks of July, Russia Ron Johnson issues a subpoena for FBI director Chris Wray, Trump says he will deliver his nomination acceptance speech fro…
 
LaToya is back again this week, joining Noel, Allison, and Kate for week 21 Streaming In Place with Lucifer season four. Today we talk, episode three, “O, Ye of Little Faith, Father.” Appletinis, Maze’s baby knives, and the downfall of GILF. Tune in for our thoughts on the episode and come back tomorrow for our take on episode four, “All About Eve.…
 
Today, Trump’s National Security Advisor says he doesn’t get involved with the President’s conversations with foreign leaders, Trump signs meaningless executive orders, a Friday Night Massacre at the Postal Service, the Trump Administration feeds a story about Pompeo pushing back on Russian bounties to the press, US intelligence says Russia continu…
 
In 2018 Doug Jones won a special election to replace Jeff Sessions in the United States Senate. Since then, he’s been one of the few members who can reach across the aisle and find common ground on important issues affecting veterans, access to healthcare, and more. Doug’s a moderate, and a former prosecutor who tried the people who bombed the 16th…
 
When Black and brown girls don’t see black ballerinas in the world’s most prestigious troupes, they don’t know that dancing is something that’s possible for them. A career in professional ballet is already a long shot for MOST girls, but the odds are even more stacked against Black girls who rarely, if ever, see prima ballerinas of color succeed. S…
 
Summer TV may be coming to a close, but fortunately there are still new shows becoming available, as we head into a new level of COVID-19 doldrums. We kick things off this episode with Our Week in TV, catching up with the new season of Sugar Rush, its one-episode spin-off Sugar High, Canada’s Drag Race, and Jelle’s Marble Runs: Marble League 2020. …
 
Allison, Noel, and Kate, joined again by LaToya Ferguson, finish out week 20 Streaming In Place with Lucifer season four, episode two, “Somebody’s Been Reading Dante’s Inferno.” Lauren German finally gets some material, that “Poison” sting, and Dr. Linda’s bombshell. Tune in for our thoughts on the episode and come back next week for our take on ep…
 
Nerder She Wrote's Dave DuFour, Mo Dakhil and Seth Partnow dig into what has been different about the play on the court from inside the bubble, compared to when basketball was unbubbled. Why is fouling up? Is it easier to hit free throws in the vacuum of the bubble? Plus - which teams should be the most worried about their performance so far.…
 
Today, New York is suing to dissolve the NRA and bar it’s principals from operating a non-profit, Deutsche Bank handed records over to the Manhattan DA a year ago, CIA is steering clear of Ron Johnson’s probe into the Bidens, Facebook and Twitter removed Trump posts for misinformation about coronavirus, Nunez loses in court...again, what’s going on…
 
Noel, Allison, and Kate return to their first Streaming In Place project, Lucifer, and friend of the show LaToya Ferguson is back to mark the occasion! We dive in with season four, episode one, “Everything’s Okay.” We call to order a meeting of the Trixie fan club, gush over GILF, and generally anticipate a fun return to the show. Tune in for our t…
 
Point of Contention: A Debate Show with Ethan Strauss and Marcus Thompson, moderated by Zach Harper. - Isaac and Jaren Jackson Jr suffer big knee injuries. Is the bubble working? - Should the bubble put an end to coaches in suits? - Why isn't the NBA releasing the testing results of non-players? - Houston needs to apologize to Carmelo Anthony - The…
 
Today, Sally Yates testifies before the House Judiciary Committee, Trump’s hand picked inspector general for the State Department resigns, Kodak stock windfall is now under investigation by the SEC, the Manhattan DA’s subpoena of Mazars is worse for Trump than previously thought, the Pentagon contradicts Trump’s statements about the explosion in Be…
 
Friday March 13, 2020 - That was the date of my last in-person workout at my gym, Arena Fitness Training Center in Encino. On March 17, the world as we knew it went into freefall, and all gyms, not just mine, would shut their doors in accordance with Governor Newsom’s orders - some of them for good. By mid May, there was a light at the end of the t…
 
For the first half hour Annabelle is solo & gives you the pep talk you need to make yourself stop being your own biggest troll & she teaches us about the new terrifying 2020 disaster- ZOMBIE BUGS. Murder Hornets ain't got nothing on them. AT MINUTE 30 Annabelle & Ryan start talking about male strippers & it somehow got to Ryan opening up about how …
 
David Aldridge and Wos Lambre from Hoops Adjacent are joined by Swin Cash for an honest conversation on bucking expectations on her way to becoming Vice President of Basketball Operations for the New Orleans Pelicans, what it has been like breaking ground as a woman basketball executive and what Zion Williamson and the Pelicans focus is in the Orla…
 
Today, Trump flips his stance on mail in voting but only in Florida, there was a massive explosion in Beirut, Michael Caputo warns that scrutiny of Trump will delay a coronavirus vaccine, five people who attended a meeting with DeSantis have tested positive for COVID-19, new emails detail the behind the scenes drama after the DOJ recommended a ligh…
 
Scott Slaughter co-host and producer of The Only One In The Room has a short and casual, yet deep conversation with our guest Antonio Harvey right after the show. Don't miss our new Now Normal series releasing every Thursday. If you'd like to ask a question on the Dear Laura segment or of an upcoming guest on Now Normal be sure to join our Facebook…
 
There are only five chapters left, but now feels like the right time to introduce yet another character! Author Elle still hates this story, heroine Elle is still a terrible parent, and host Elle is still totally over it. Follow us on social media! Facebook: My First Fanfiction Twitter: @myfirstfanpod Instagram: firstfanfictionpodcast Gmail: myfirs…
 
Noel, Allison, and Kate take a brief digression, Streaming In Place with the first half of the pilot of Murder, She Wrote, “The Murder of Sherlock Holmes.” Dream casting detective crossovers, the inescapable charm of Angela Lansbury, and Jessica’s useless and overly intrusive nephew. Tune in for our thoughts on the debut of Mrs. Jessica Fletcher. W…
 
Sam Amick hosts a 2 part special episode of the Tampering Podcast. In Part 1 Sam is joined by Nate Boyer, the former NFL player and Green Beret who influence Colin Kaepernick to kneel during the National Anthem. HIs stance on the NBA players kneeling, the story on he and Kaepernick, and more Part 2 with Marc and Alex Lasry, owners of the Milwaukee …
 
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