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Breaking Beauty Podcast

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Breaking Beauty Podcast

Dear Media, Jill Dunn and Carlene Higgins

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Get ready with us! We’re Jill and Carlene, two longtime beauty editors who have seen it all and swatched it all, and now we’re here to tell you what’s good. Whether you’re searching for the latest insider-fave foundation, building a gimmick-free skincare routine, or interested in exploring culture through a beauty lens, tune in every Wednesday for epic guests like Makeup By Mario, Dr. Pimple Popper and Jonathan Van Ness (say what?!) Plus, don’t miss our monthly #DamnGood reviews of trending ...
 
Beth Stelling loves her mom, so she decided to start a podcast with her! On 'We Called Your Mom,' Beth and Diane call up the mothers of artists & comedians you love to chat them up about their super talented children. You'll hear from the creators of Maria Bamford, Sam Richardson, Jonathan Van Ness and more!
 
Whistle Through The Shamrocks - your new favourite podcast written and created by Nicola Coughlan and Camilla Whitehill. Starring: Jamie Beamish Stephanie Beatriz Jordan Brooks Cat Cohen Nicola Coughlan Ed Gamble Louisa Harland Paul Mallon Ben Miller Brenock O’Connor Kiell Smith-Bynoe Jonathan Van Ness Amalia Vitale Camilla Whitehill Susie Wokoma with David Ames and Andrew Scott... Hopefully. Editors – Alexis Adimora & Diggory Waite Producer – Chris Jones Executive Producer – Claire Broughto ...
 
In search of what makes people the best at what they do, Scott Hoying & Rozzi join forces in a hilariously engaging, irreverent exploration of what creates and drives success. The two chat with 12 different masters of their unique crafts across twenty-six 20 minute episodes, giving a revealing look into what prompts creativity and makes them... so good. Guests include Michelle Kwan, Jonathan Van Ness, Christina Perri, Kevin Olusola, Rickey Minor, amongst many more. Scott Hoying is a three-ti ...
 
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4D with Demi Lovato

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4D with Demi Lovato

Cadence13 | OBB Sound | SB Projects

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4D with Demi Lovato is a weekly podcast series in which global superstar, actress and activist Demi Lovato shares and explores what’s on their heart and in the corners of their mind - curiosities, experiences, movements, and voices that raise the collective frequency of their community of listeners. Each week, Demi hosts conversations with special guests about identity, creativity, activism, philanthropy, and beyond. 4D with Demi Lovato is a presentation of OBB Sound, SB Projects and Cadence13.
 
Gay Club TV series highlights the latest hot spots and goes behind the scene to interview local and national celebrities. Hosted on various locations throughout the country giving viewers the opportunity to experience the LGBT communities. GCTV web episode provides the latest music videos, travel guides, events and up to date trends to keep audiences in check.
 
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In Bed with Nick and Megan

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In Bed with Nick and Megan

Earwolf & Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally

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Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman have been a couple for 20 years - 138 years in Hollywood time - and in their brand new podcast they take listeners directly into their bed... because that’s where every episode is recorded - their bed. Cozying up with their famous friends, your favorite couple provide a funny, revealing, and very candid look into their relationship and life at large. In some episodes, they’ll even kick the guest out of bed and get extra personal in what some have called the m ...
 
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In 1903, a Frenchman and an American granted the United States ninety nine years of control over the Isthmus of Panama. No Panamanians signed that treaty. This week, Professor Kaysha Corinealdi and Jonathan explore the political history and legacy of what came next: the Panama Canal. Kaysha Corinealdi is an interdisciplinary historian of modern emp…
 
Get ready to officially toast the holiday szn with the Queen of Sheen, Hourglass Cosmetics founder Carisa Janes. The Newport Beach native and Urban Decay alum reveals how she dreamed up Hourglass Cosmetics back in 2004, formulating the “makeup artist” touch right into the luxury products and ushering in a decade of highlighting obsession in the pro…
 
Has working from home during the pandemic been frustrating for you? You're not alone. Charlie Warzel and Anne Helen Petersen's new book Out of Office: The Big Problem and Bigger Promise of Working from Home tackles how remote work can improve, no matter what industry you're in. They talk to Sam about how companies can create sustainable and flexibl…
 
Episode 6: “All you need is love and potatoes” With Eloisa Louisa’s fate revealed, the O’Flanerhyn family are left bereft. With eviction moments away, the future looks uncertain - will Tiny Nelly be lost to consumption? Can the family find another place to live and chip? And did Camilla ever make that easyJet flight? A comedy written and created by…
 
Was 2021 the labor movement's year? It certainly felt like it — thousands of workers went on strike this year, at numbers considerably higher than in 2020. But in the context of American labor history, this year's organized strikes are small in comparison. Sam chats with author and labor historian at Georgetown University Lane Windham about why lab…
 
Our speed round format returns as we count down the #DamnGood items we’re lusting for this holiday szn, from the luxury finds we really have to be on Santa’s “nice” list to receive, to the money-saving Sephora kits you may still be able to snap up post-Black Friday. For the Bougie friend on your list, we give you our TLDR take on Gucci’s haute holi…
 
This week’s episode is a cut above the rest, as we explore the history and cultural significance of scissors. Join Jonathan and design historian Teresa Collenette as they talk ancient spring scissors, Victorian-era chatelaines, Jonathan’s go-to hair shears, and Teresa’s incredible collection of more than 100 pairs of scissors. Teresa Collenette is …
 
In this special episode from our friends at Pop Culture Happy Hour, guest host Ayesha Rascoe joins co-hosts Glen Weldon and Stephen Thompson as well as NPR contributor Cyrena Touros to talk about the new movie Ghostbusters: Afterlife. They discuss why it's hard to recapture the original Ghostbusters magic and if the latest installment of the franch…
 
“Diona. I’ve just arrived in the town of Balllysna, Ballysne... I’ll write it down.” Detective Marilyn Bigfoot, Irish FBI, has a mystery on her hands. A dark, twisted, really well plotted, mysterious mystery. Just one question remains: Who Killed Eloisa Louisa? A comedy written and created by Nicola Coughlan and Camilla Whitehill. Editors - Alexis …
 
Guest host Ayesha Rascoe is joined by NPR senior editor Barrie Hardymon and Traci Thomas, host of The Stacks podcast, to talk about banned books. They talk about why it's important for kids to discover books freely, even if that means starting a hard conversation with them. They also discuss their favorite — and least favorite — books that often sh…
 
Pop the bubbly! We’re officially celebrating 200 episodes of Breaking Beauty Podcast. Joining us for this very special episode is our producer, Michelle Harrison, live from the Dear Media HQ. Tune as we recap and react to some of the most emotional moments in the show’s history - from the interviews that left us teary-eyed to the ones that made us …
 
Can you map out the Oregon Trail? If you just flashed back to playing The Oregon Trail video game in your sixth grade computer lab, get ready for a journey. Jonathan and Professor Margaret Huettl explore how Native knowledge systems established the Oregon Trail; how Native peoples experienced non-Native settlers moving West; and how Indigenous comm…
 
What better gift to give this holiday season than the gift of... advice? And solicited advice at that! For this episode, Sam is joined by Jenée Desmond-Harris, Slate's Dear Prudence advice columnist, to help answer everything from how to deal with a partner's overbearing adult daughter to a boyfriend's recent conversion to becoming a Swiftie (read:…
 
“By a dirty farmhouse wall, I heard a ghost voice calling ‘Paddy, they are going to shoot you dead, for you loved an English Girl’” With Eloisa Louisa’s bog drenched body drying out in the spare room, the after effects of her death ring through Ballysnavoughereen, with Daddy blaming Cromwell, Cromwell blaming Paddy Johnny Tommy Paddy, and Eloisa Lo…
 
A lot of consumers are worried about supply chain delays this holiday season — but there are also other issues to watch out for when shopping. Guest host Ayesha Rascoe talks about the hidden costs of holiday consumption with The Atlantic staff writer Amanda Mull and The Washington Post retail reporter Abha Bhattarai. They discuss the potential down…
 
Congresswoman Cori Bush joins Demi to share the life experiences that led her to public service. The first Black woman to represent Missouri in Congress, Cori speaks with empathy and equity about the topics both she and Demi are passionate about. This episode contains sensitive content, some of which is related to sexual trauma, domestic violence, …
 
In partnership with Neutrogena Canada – we’re here to remind you that sunscreen szn isn’t over! Consulting dermatologist Dr. Katie Beleznay is here with tips on how-to build your perfect protective skincare routine, answering questions like: Do you really need to wear a separate moisturizer in winter? Can you use sunscreen over face oil? And what’s…
 
You may have seen tear gas marketed as a “non-lethal” or “less lethal” weapon. The truth is more dangerous. This week, Professor Anna Feigenbaum breaks down what’s in tear gas, who manufactures it, and what its poisonous history reveals about profit motivation and modern policing. Professor Anna Feigenbaum works at Bournemouth University in the Sou…
 
Why do we feel shame for sincerely enjoying something that others don't like? That's one of the big questions tackled in Rax King's new essay collection Tacky: Love Letters to the Worst Culture We Have to Offer. She talks to Sam about her love of the band Creed, The Cheesecake Factory, and Jersey Shore, and embracing the things that others consider…
 
“There’s always a sun on the horizon, just waiting for Mr. Moon to get into his little bed.” With the Banshee’s warning ringing in their ears, and Eloisa Louisa nowhere to be found, the O’Flanerhyn family are met with an influx of wedding guests, including a mysterious man from the Fall’s Road, and an unnerving priest and nun duo. What has become o…
 
Now that more people are getting comfortable flying again, it's about time to remind ourselves that, oh yes, flying was sometimes terrible in the Before Times, too! And in 2021, that's still the case — if not more so — with cascading cancellations, staffing and plane shortages, and outbursts from passengers. Sam chats with Natalie Compton, travel r…
 
This week we talk to Lilly Workneh, editor of Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Real-Life Tales of Black Girl Magic, and CaShawn Thomspon, creator of #BlackGirlsAreMagic about why Black girls’ stories matter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Starburns Audio
 
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