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A comedy chat show for less-than-perfect parents. Hosted by comedians Ellie Gibson and Helen Thorn and featuring guest parenting experts, comedians and authors. The podcast covers the big issues affecting modern parents - from fish fingers to farting, to play-dates and pelvic floors. Expect frank and funny chat as well as wine, laughter and sophisticated boob jokes. Check out our Scummy Mummies Blog and dates for our Live Comedy Shows - www.scummymummies.com
 
Hello and welcome to Good Morning Zompoc. GMZ is now in its third season. Season one and two were set in post zombie apocalypse Britain. Now GMZ has escaped the end of the world and based firmly in reality. (kind of) GMZ is an entertainment podcast for fans of Zombie Fiction. Your hosts: Marc & Bex. Discuss all of the latest news and information in the Zombie Fiction world. Their focus is on books and authors, but on occasion they will also discuss films, TV and video games too. They also in ...
 
Journalists Katie Herzog and Jesse Singal scour the internet for its craziest, silliest, most sociopathic content, part of an obsessive and ill-conceived attempt to extract kernels of meaning and humanity from a landscape of endless raging dumpster fires. (And sometimes they talk about other stuff, too.) For more content, including premium episodes, check out the Blocked and Reported Patreon page: http://patreon.com/blockedandreported
 
Starting March 7, 2010 - join us at our new branded network channel http://blogtalkradio.com/favecrafts. Enjoy the archived Inspired at Home Radio episodes here. Hosted by BlogTalkRadio FEATURED HOST Tiffany Windsor, this creative lifestyle program treats listeners to lively conversation including creative tips, project ideas, product reviews and creative lifestyle interviews. It's all about ideas for living a creative life!
 
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Katie and Jesse bring on Ethan Watters, an author and freelance journalist who helped debunk the recovered-memory craze back in the 1990s, to discuss the most recent development in that area: an article in The Cut that Watters does not think does a good and accurate job relating the (scant) scientific evidence for recovered memories. The hosts and …
 
Alan's guest for the final episode of series one of 'How to Change the World', is former Presidential candidate and former Republican Congressman, Joe Walsh. He was a lifelong Republican until Trump (who he describes as a facist) took over the party, and is now politically homeless. He has A LOT to say about the former President, as well as the new…
 
Today, when others choose to work with you, they are ‘buying into’ YOU, not your products and services. They are buying into your “Why”, your philosophy, your confidence, your demeanor, and the customer chemistry you create doing what you do. You’re brand is unique, as unique as your own DNA, and when you discover even just a few of these core elem…
 
After Jesse addresses the totally baseless rumor that he went to Yale Law School, the best law school in the country, where (in this false scenario) he got very good grades, the hosts talk a bit more about online content moderation and then discuss two recent stories about controversial right-wing media figures: the backfired attempt to deplatform …
 
She's a musician, an artist, an author, and a mother - it's the amazing VV Brown! She tells us about her singing career, including what it's like to hang out with Amy Winehouse, perform with Grace Jones, and turn down P Diddy. We also discuss how it feels London and move to the countryside as a black woman. VV shares her experience of post-natal de…
 
This one's pretty straightforward: Should social media platforms have banned Trump? What about all those other people? Also, now that he has moved Jesse finally reveals a dark secret about one of his old building-mates. (Jesse has a new audio setup and his sound quality will be better next time. It's Katie's fault, somehow, probably.) This was orig…
 
Alan's guest this week is the brilliant Dr Rangan Chatterjee, a man of many talents. He's a practising physician, as well as an author, television presenter and podcaster. Dr Rangan tells Alan about his new book 'Lose Weight, Feel Great', and how sleep and relaxation are just as important as diet in terms of getting healthy.…
 
After discussing whether Blocked and Reported led directly to the siege on the Capitol, the hosts discuss that strange, terrifying event. They debate whether it can be safely examined in something of a vaccuum, or should be put in the broader context of what appears to be a rise in political violence in the U.S. They also discuss some of the most u…
 
Positioning your organization to be an unforgettable brand for the RIGHT reasons is the ultimate goal. However most small businesses jump right into creative branding (the fun stuff) – logos, websites, etc., and bypass the strategic branding. Ensuring the foundation of your brand is developed FIRST in order to remain impactful and profitable for th…
 
What's the best way to get fit when we're stuck at home? How do you motivate teenagers to exercise? And what's it like to start IVF and a new business at the same time? Answering all these questions and more is awesome fitness coach Suzanne Keatley! We hear all about the fab gym she runs, Fitology Hub. We discuss the need for a female-only fitness …
 
After reflecting on what a great year 2020 was, except for the many serious hardships Katie endured, the hosts start 2021 with a bang: specifically, a bang that sounds a lot like a racial slur neither of them can say. A white teenager in Virginia didn't get the memo, though -- what should the punishment be, if any? Then Jesse and Katie turn their a…
 
Sixty percent of restaurants don’t make it past their first year and 80 percent go out of business within five years. And the pizza business is more cutthroat, stressful, and multi-faceted than working on Wall Street. World Pizza Champion, Mike Bausch, joins Adam to help navigate the cutthroat world of pizza and restauranteuring. Discover: The bigg…
 
In a very special holiday episode, Jesse relates the story of Hanukkah to Katie, his ignorant Gentile friend, with stunning 100% accuracy. Then Jesse makes a fun announcement and an angry announcement. Then the hosts throw to a lengthy interview they did with Aella (@aella_girl on Twitter), a sex worker, OnlyFans one-percenter, and occasional ratio…
 
The higlights of this year's 'How to Change the World' with Alan Johnson. Clips in order: - Andrew Neil - Suzanne Moore - Stewart Lee - Rory Stewart - Gloria De Piero - Phillipa Perry - Stewart Lee - Rory Stewart - Andrew Neil - Suzanne Moore - Rory Stewart - Gloria De Piero - Bryony Gordon - Jenny Kleeman - Phillipa Perry - Stewart Lee - Bryony Go…
 
If you knew that increasing your margins 1% would increase your profit 15%, would you do it? If you knew that increasing your sales 17% would double your profit, would you do it? If you knew why you are always short of cash, would you do something about it? Of course you would… if you knew. Success requires business owners to have vision, informati…
 
Yes, it's the Christmas episode! As usual it's an absolute shambles, but tonight, the part of Steve Hill will be played by hilarious comedian Sam Pamphilon! Also the lovely Nurse Jessie is back. It's A Tale of Two Lindas as we enjoy a twist on our regular festive traditions. We catch up on Jessie's job situation, how our divorces are going, and the…
 
In a true sign that anything is possible in this crazy universe of ours, the hosts note that there were some errors in the previous episode and explain exactly what they were (to see them explained in written form, check out that episode's show notes). Then they discuss some mental-health-talk from Jesse that rubbed one reader the wrong way and con…
 
As an entrepreneur you depend on connecting with people on a powerful and personal level. The old way of networking no longer works. People want meaningful connections to give to and receive referrals from. Trust Based Networking skills create deeper long lasting connections that build new business, retain long term clients and create an abundance …
 
A major blowup at at Google led to the firing or resignation (depending on who you ask) of Timnit Gebru and accusations that the company's social-justice efforts are performative at best. But behind the scenes, some Googlers are telling a different, slightly more complicated story. Who's right? Katie and Jesse bring on Jon Stokes, an Ars Technica f…
 
Sean Conley lived and breathed football from the time he was a young child. After making starting kicker in at the University of Pittsburgh, he played for three NLF teams. The cutthroat world of pro sports chews through players like Conley. His punishing NFL career was a soul-crushing cycle of injuries and rejections — and no surprise, he hit rock …
 
What's it like having dinner with Beyoncé? How many tour buses do the Backstreet Boys need? And how do you win a staring competition with Prince? DJ Nikki Beatnik actually has the answers to all these questions, and more! We talk about her life on the road with the likes of Kelis and All Saints. We find out what it's like to meet Grace Jones and yo…
 
One would not expect an online community devoted to discussion of dragons, vampires, and teenage heroes to be a cesspool of almost unimaginable toxicity. And yet! In this episode, Jesse walks Katie through a recent history of young adult fiction Twitter, aka "YA Twitter," and attempts to explain how it got to be such a Hobbesian hellscape. The late…
 
Most car dealer CRM solutions are designed as a cookie-cutter, single automotive software solution. But is that really a good idea? An enterprise-level dealership has different CRM needs than the independently owned used car dealership. Likewise, the mid-level franchise dealer has its own, unique needs. Add to this the fast growing trend of buying …
 
After a very tense intro during which Jesse berates Katie for not being there when he needed her most, the hosts discuss a Vice News story about staffers at Penguin Random House Canada so overwhelmed by the existence of Jordan Peterson's new book that they broke down crying, and Guardian staffers so overwhelmed by the existence of a debate over cer…
 
On this week's episode, Alan Johnson has a chat with journalist, presenter and author of the brilliantly named, 'Sex Robots & Vegan Meat: Adventures at the Frontier of Birth, Food, Sex & Death', Jenny Kleeman. As well as being a Times Radio presenter, Jenny's also appeared on arguably the biggest podcast in the world, 'The Joe Rogan Experience'. En…
 
The Internal Revenue Code (as revised) runs over 5000 pages of fine print. The regulations, manuals and case law fills a substantial library and increases daily. You cannot ignore the IRS, don’t make that mistake. But just like a defendant representing themselves in court has a fool for a lawyer, a taxpayer who tries to deal with the IRS is a fool.…
 
Our guest for this episode is the hilarious comedian, actor, and writer, Thanyia Moore! We reminisce about the bad old days, when we were all on the open mic comedy circuit together. There's some chat about how different audiences can be, and the issues around race and gender that still exist in comedy today. Thanyia shares her experience of being …
 
After the hosts celebrate a major achievement and Jesse goes on a little rant that is Super Political, Katie and Jesse delve into three stories of profound internet nonsense involving privileged white people doing antiracism, a Toronto editor VERY mad about a new broth-joint, and some of Twitter's most neurotic people getting super mad about Barack…
 
This week on 'How to Change the World', Alan Johnson has an honest and emotional chat with journalist and best-selling author, Bryony Gordon. Bryony talks candidly about her struggles with addiction to drugs and alcohol, and explains why the UK's current government isn't taking the mental health crisis in the country seriously enough.…
 
As entrepreneurs, we face new challenges every day. Trends are changing. The economy is changing. There is no one-size-fits-all solution. Imagine you enter a room of industry leaders, experts, business strategists, ideal customers, and referral partners. Imagine they know who you are, what you do, and that they are all rooting for your success. How…
 
After Katie talks about her new dog-testicles-centered newsletter, the hosts discuss the latest events in the ongoing saga of Helen Lewis's voice getting erased by Ubisoft. Now that Rock Paper Shotgun has sacked a 13-year freelancer for the crime of being sympathetic to Lewis in the site's comments section, it's fair to ask: Does it make sense to f…
 
Alan sits down with comedian Stewart Lee, a man The Times called in 2018 'the best standup working today'! They chat about how COVID-19 stopped Stewart's latest tour and how he'll tackle comedy once it's back to some sort of normality, as well as how the pair both shared the same stage decades apart! Alan and Stewart have met on a few occasions bef…
 
Do you remember back in 2019 when we told ourselves and our friends: 2020 is going to be my year! How is that working out? How do we finish this year where we are not simply reacting to the chaos, but learning to flow through it? Play. Jeff Harry plays on the clock with some of the biggest corporations around. In this episode, he teams up with Adam…
 
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