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The Capturing Motherhood Podcast covers all things photography, business and motherhood. Hosted by Suzi Bird, this Podcast is full of honest conversations not only about running a business, but preparing for Motherhood and what that looks like when you're a creative entrepreneur. You can expect tips on growing your business on your own terms, advice on making money from doing what you love and an insight into navigating life as a full time photographer.
 
Hosts John and Hank Green (authors and YouTubers) offer both humorous and heartfelt advice about life’s big and small questions. They bring their personal passions to each episode by sharing the week’s news from Mars (the planet) and AFC Wimbledon (the third-tier English football club).
 
Every week, join journalist and author Yomi Agedoke, and inspirational guests, including Elizabeth Day, Sara Pascoe and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie as they celebrate the best books written by women. They'll discuss this year's shortlisted titles, explore the life-changing books that sit on other women’s bookshelves and talk about what the future holds for women writing today. The Women’s Prize for Fiction is one of the most prestigious literary awards in the world, and has been running for over ...
 
Honest conversations that give us all a voice.The 4 Calling Birds are: * Hayley Clapham - Voiceover artist and lover of spreadsheets * Natalie Spence - Actress and singer * Meredith Hepner Chapman - PR Guru and lover of making short stories long * Steven Carter Bailey - British Bake Off Queen and resident agony uncle
 
Shaman Sister Sessions PODCAST WITH SHAMANS MICHELLE HAWK AND KATHERINE BIRD Welcome to Shaman Sister Sessions! We created this podcast to empower spiritual seekers and practitioners of all modalities. Shamans and all those on the path of awakening. We offer a deep look into our personal and professional experiences as healers and Universal seekers, along with tools for navigating the expansion of human consciousness, cultivation of psychic and Shamanic gifts and living a fulfilled, uniquely ...
 
Gene and Willow argue about books. Well, Willow does. Gene seems hellbent on finding reasons to like all of them. Can Gene, with professional help, find books Willow will love? Or will they all just make her rant? (Either way, we all win.) Welcome to Bookstabber, featuring Library Comic's Gene Ambaum and Willow Payne
 
Warm Regards is a podcast about life on a warming planet. The show is hosted by Jacquelyn Gill, a paleoecologist at the University of Maine, and Ramesh Laungani, a biologist at Doane University. Produced by Justin Schell, with transcription and social media support from Joe Stormer and Katherine Peinhardt. Our conversations are often honest and raw, as we talk with newsmakers, researchers, activists, policymakers, artists, and others as we push past the graphs and the headlines to get at the ...
 
This podcast is for educators by educators, in the hopes of inspiring and developing our connections with nature. Let's create a supportive and encouraging environment by sharing our personal experiences with learning, teaching, and playing outdoors. We will tackle questions around why outdoor learning is so important, how do we set up nature routines with our learners, how do we connect different curricular areas with nature, and how do we document our learning journey. This interview style ...
 
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Gene and Willow discuss All The Birds In The Sky by Charlie Jane Anders. It's an apocalyptic book that both defies and embraces the conventions of fantasy, science fiction, and coming of age novels. Gene loves it, and was sure Willow would, too. Wrong. You can find the comics Gene and Willow make together at www.librarycomic.com And if you know a b…
 
Nina Goks, a London based family, motherhood, and wedding photographer, is our guest in this episode. Nina will discuss developing your photography style, staying in your lane, and preparing for maternity leave. Nina focuses her work on the raw, natural side of motherhood. While motherhood is her primary focus, she does also do wedding photography …
 
Recorded in front of a live audience at Latitude festival, comedian and writer Katherine Ryan tells Yomi why no-one should be scared to be disliked. Katherine is a stalwart of all the big TV comedy panel shows, she’s presented numerous other programmes, and last year she wrote, starred in and executive produced her own sitcom, The Duchess, about a …
 
There’s been a drastic shift in the understanding of the self over the last 200 years. We now tend to think of ourselves as unencumbered, expressive individuals who are most authentic when we are able to act outwardly on those things that really define us, our inward feelings and our inward desires. Additionally, our imaginations… Download Audio…
 
Megan Zeni is a Master Gardener, PhD student and school garden expert who works for the Richmond School District. In today's episode, she shares with us some of her best secrets and tips on how to set up core routines with her learners at the beginning of the year (such as the Waiting Tree, to help with exit and entry transitions!). Megan is a stro…
 
What do I do when I freeze up in a job interview? How do I bail on a high school I never attended? Are we still evolving? Should I attend my high school's do-over prom? How does gravity affect lemon men? Hank Green and John Green have answers! If you're in need of dubious advice, email us at hankandjohn@gmail.com. Join us for monthly livestreams an…
 
Recorded in front of a live audience with guest presenter Pandora Sykes, 2021 Women's Prize Chair of Judges Bernardine Evaristo shares the five books that have shaped her as a person and as a writer. Bernardine Evaristo is an award-winning, number one bestselling writer, a Professor of Creative Writing and also an activist who endlessly campaigns f…
 
Since this episode was a few days late, we went ahead and did a live stream of the episode across a couple of different platforms and was able to turn out this 31 minute episode looking at 2021's "The Suicide Squad" and our favorite five Ensemble Films. The 3 Star Review over the movie by Brian Tallerico of RogerEbert.com https://www.rogerebert.com…
 
I’m happy to once again have Samantha from Fox and Feather Photography in Melbourne, Australia on the show today. Samantha wants to discuss lockdowns, staying inspired, and keeping the momentum going in your business if you have to close briefly. Currently, Melbourne is in lockdown number 6 due to COVID-19. While not all of Australia is currently l…
 
Why does contemporary theology display a historical amnesia towards medieval philosophy? Medieval philosophy is sometimes neglected altogether and where medieval philosophy is discussed today, it is often misunderstood or caricatured in negative ways. One of the more common mischaracterizations is that Thomas Aquinas is a pure rationalist who subve…
 
How much does a rainbow weigh? Where is Voyager headed? What does it mean to 86 something? Am I radioactive? Is it normal to clap at the end of movies? Are brains strings or wrinkle? What does "not unkindly" mean? Who reads books as a job? Hank Green and John Green have answers! If you're in need of dubious advice, email us at hankandjohn@gmail.com…
 
The start of the year is the perfect time to have this collaborative discussion. How to create outdoor learning bins? How do they support both structured lessons and emergent learning at the same time? What could we include in the bins? Sinead Joy and Erin Reid are with us today to talk about their experiences in creating and using outdoor learning…
 
In this episode, Gene and Willow discuss The Goblin Emperor by Katherine Addison. The title character, Maia, is the unlikely, half-goblin ruler of the Elflands who comes to power after an airship accident kills his father and half-brothers. To keep his throne, and just to stay alive, Maia has to deal with a lot of bs at court. A librarian once put …
 
What's less scared of us than we are of it? Why do spammers call me Cameron? Why can't Jeff Bezos give his money away? Is there less oxygen where plants don't grow? How do I reply to a friend with a tenuous grasp of geography? Can my glasses burn my eyes like a magnifying glass? Hank Green and John Green have answers! If you're in need of dubious a…
 
Today we have two guests with us today to talk about how this past school year went, what did they learn, and what are the goals that we are looking forward to tackling next year. Carly Eirikson is a VP at Ecole Herbert Spencer Elementary, In New Westminster, she has her Masters of Education in Special Education and spent 4 years of her career as a…
 
This time we take a look at "The Tomorrow War" with Chris Pratt and summarize in a Get to the Point Review fashion as usual. This time we Review a Review from a Jewish Website, which was completely oddball of us to do, but a lot of fun. The Review by Dan Buffa: https://stljewishlight.org/arts-entertainment/a-combo-of-brains-brawn-makes-the-tomorrow…
 
In this episode I am chatting to Katherine Schultz, a newborn, wedding, and family photographer based in Adelaide, Australia. Kat talks about her journey, business, and the common misconceptions we see in the photography industry. Fresh out of school at 18, Kat registered her ABN (Australian Business Number) and began her business. For the first fe…
 
You are good and do good; teach me your statutes (Psalm 119:68). When we read, sing, and meditate on the Psalms, we are confronted with an abundance of references to God’s goodness. But it seems that today many find it all too easy to overlook the goodness of God. Yet the constant echoes of God’s goodness… Download Audio…
 
Why do people say good things humble them? How do I work at a sandwich shop? Should I lean into my temporary tattoos? Why is hold music still so janky? Why are tomatoes associated with Italy? What is a homeroom? Hank Green and John Green have answers! If you're in need of dubious advice, email us at hankandjohn@gmail.com. Join us for monthly livest…
 
What's the easiest way to look like you're working? What do I do when my family watches a movie I don't want to watch? Will I test positive for COVID-19 if I'm vaccinated? What is storm oil? How do I deal with the end of the Earth? When do I have to start answering calls from numbers I don't know? Hank Green and John Green have answers! If you're i…
 
In this episode, Gene and Willow discuss the first two volumes of Martha Wells' series The Murderbot Diaries, All Systems Red and Artificial Condition. The main character is a SecUnit that has hacked its own controller module and spends much of its time watching media (when it isn't saving idiotic humans from danger). It's one of Gene's favorite sc…
 
In this episode I am chatting with Diana Pavlova, a fellow photographer here to share her insights on motherhood. We’ll review the choices that you can make in your motherhood journey to empower yourself. Diana is a London-based family, baby, and maternity photographer. Additionally, she is mother to a 10-month-old little girl and is expecting her …
 
The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims his handiwork (Psalm 119:1). With this reverberating tribute to God’s design, we learn that David, a man who had the special revelation of God through Moses, can also appreciate what it is that the natural order teaches about God. Many Christians today acknowledge God’s… Download Aud…
 
How deep is sand? What do I do for homeroom? How do I figure out when a wedding is being held? Do you have bones? How do bees work? Why is white noise called white noise? Does sunlight hit my bones? Hank Green and John Green have answers! If you're in need of dubious advice, email us at hankandjohn@gmail.com. Join us for monthly livestreams and an …
 
Today’s episode is about how to utilize the outdoor learning spaces on your schoolgrounds in relation to our BC curriculum. We will also discuss how school districts can support and encourage the adoption of outdoor learning routines. To help guide our conversation we have two educators from East Kensington Outdoor Learning School or EKOlogy which …
 
In this episode I am chatting to Lindsey, my incredible personal assistant. I have talked about her on previous episodes and wanted to give her the opportunity to tell her story on the show. Lindsey will explain what she does for my business, why you should be outsourcing some of your processes, and what it’s like behind the scenes. Lindsey is a Vi…
 
Why can you answer what, when, and where with that, then, and there? Hank Green and Jess Zafarris have answers! If you're in need of dubious advice, email us at hankandjohn@gmail.com. Join us for monthly livestreams and an exclusive weekly podcast at patreon.com/dearhankandjohn. Follow us on Twitter! twitter.com/dearhankandjohn…
 
In his Proslogion, Anselm famously contemplated God as “someone than whom none greater can be conceived.” If mere human beings, in their limited capacities, could think of something greater than God, that thing would not be worthy of worship. This concept is something the medievals took for granted. For them, the God of the Bible was… Download Audi…
 
The 4 Calling Birds are back for a Summer Special to tide you over until Season 2 in September. The Birds (Hayley, Meredith, Natalie & Steven) chat about what they've been up to since the end of Season 1 and discuss their favourite Summer holiday memories. Producer Jeremy then gives each of them a "Would You Rather" question along with asking them …
 
In this episode I am chatting to Mel from Not Little for Long. Mel is a newborn and family photographer based in both Liverpool and London. She’s going to discuss her photography journey, moving from studio to natural lighting, and how she has built her business using Instagram. Mel started photography in 2017. Before then, she worked in media and …
 
Kate Dawson and Emily Vera are the founders of Terra Nova Nature School. Twitter: @tnnatureschool Terra Nova Website: https://terranovanatureschool.com/programs/preschool/ In this episode, Kate and Emily talk about the intricacies of place-based work and how that plays into their curriculum planning in their outdoor school. They also talk about the…
 
In this episode I am chatting to Gaia from The Family Lab. Based in New York, Gaia is an editorial family photographer. We discuss finding inspiration, building a slow living business, and staying true to your own style. For Gaia, inspiration can come from anywhere: fashion magazines, art, movies, and so on. A very visual person, Gaia finds herself…
 
Debates over free will typically occupy Calvinists and Arminians. But did you know that even within the Reformed camp there has been recent debate over how to define free will? In this podcast, J. V. Fesko and Matthew Barrett discuss the relationship between God’s sovereignty and human free will with philosophical theologian, Paul Helm. Helm gracio…
 
Where do unreleased toots go? Why do some books tell you what font they use? How do I stop people asking when my book will be finished? What's up with temporary moons? Why do book stores smell like book stores? Hank Green and John Green have answers! If you're in need of dubious advice, email us at hankandjohn@gmail.com. Join us for monthly livestr…
 
Our guest tonight is Katherine Porter (@Katporter04) who is a K/1 teacher in the Richmond School District. She is a Reggio-inspired teacher who is passionate about play-based learning. Katherine also loves spending time exploring and learning outdoors. This love for nature has inspired her to take her teaching outside whenever possible. Katherine i…
 
How do I avoid grieving the living? What's up with Dr Pepper Zero? Would explosions have flames in space? Who is "y'all"? Can a box be round or oval? How can water be oxygen rich? How do you keep one perfect book from ruining all others for you? Hank Green and John Green have answers! If you're in need of dubious advice, email us at hankandjohn@gma…
 
Episode 4 is the first Bookstabber double feature! Gene and Willow discuss Gene's favorite space opera, Consider Phlebas by Iain M. Banks, and then talk about When We Were Vikings by Andrew David MacDonald, a YA-ish novel with an unusual narrator. As usual Willow questions Gene's taste and his mental state.…
 
Our guest today is Jenna Rudolph who is the founder of Soaring Eagle Nature School. www.soaringeaglenatureschool.org Today’s episode is sponsored by Wilderness Awareness School. They are committed to helping children and adults establish healthy relationships with nature, community, and self. They offer a variety of programs in the foothills of the…
 
Renovations are hell. And that’s before you find the body beneath the floorboards. An intriguing mystery from a stylish new voice in crime fiction, for readers of Kerry Greenwood and Holly Throsby. Continue readingBy The Book Podcast
 
This is a series of conversations between major theologians and Matthew Barrett on the doctrine of the Trinity based on his new book, Simply Trinity: The Unmanipulated Father, Son, and Spirit (Baker, 2021). In this podcast, Kelly Kapic and Matthew Barrett invite Puritan John Owen to help listeners better understand the implications behind inseparab…
 
Can your tongue get swole? Why do we call dog arms legs? Should I keep kids chill when I babysit them? What would an inconvenience store sell? What do I do with a duplicate diploma? Do dogs know when they're old? Did you get the Sunday Scaries? What should my parents do with a box of roaches? Hank Green and John Green have answers! If you're in nee…
 
Yomi speaks to the six incredible authors who have been shortlisted for the 2021 Prize - Brit Bennett, Patricia Lockwood, Claire Fuller, Cherie Jones, Susanna Clarke and Yaa Gyasi. The winner of this year’s prize will be announced on September 8th. The 2021 shortlist: ** The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett ** Unsettled Ground by Claire Fuller ** No …
 
Yaz is returning to the podcast with her husband Sam to give us a different perspective on the collaborative side of their work. We discuss running a business with your other half while having a family and leaving the corporate world to start a self-employed business. Initially, Yaz started out with her own portrait photography business. As the bus…
 
This is a series of conversations between major theologians and Matthew Barrett on the doctrine of the Trinity based on his new book, Simply Trinity: The Unmanipulated Father, Son, and Spirit (Baker, 2021). In this podcast, Ryan Hurd and Matthew Barrett explain why it is so essential to confess the doctrine of inseparable operations. The external w…
 
How can I support the creation of free educational content? Hank Green and John Green have answers! Go to https://crashcoursecoin.com/ to find out more! If you're in need of dubious advice, email us at hankandjohn@gmail.com. Join us for monthly livestreams and an exclusive weekly podcast at patreon.com/dearhankandjohn. Follow us on Twitter! twitter…
 
This week we finally strike back at recent movies with the HBO Max movie: "Boogie" directed by Eddie Huang. Beautiful cinematography doesn't do enough to distract from the many problems in this CLEARLY independent feature film about Basketball. We're joined by very special Guest Charleon Thompson; Actor, Musician, and Chef; Charleone has been worki…
 
I am chatting with Lydia Collins today, a London based photographer. Lydia joins me today to discuss how she has built up her business and expanded her client base. Lydia is a lifestyle and fashion photographer who works with influencers and brands, being fully freelance for around 4 years. To build up clients after university, Lydia did free shoot…
 
Bella Mackie, Okechukwu Nzelu and Nell Frizzell join Yomi to dive into the final two books from the 2021 shortlist, Piranesi by Susanna Clarke and How the One-Armed Sister Sweeps Her House by Cherie Jones. Bella Mackie is a journalist and the author of Jog On and her new book, How to Kill Your Family is out on July 22nd, Okechukwu Nzelu is a teache…
 
Kelly Shuto is a K/1 teacher in the Surrey district as well as a k-2 math mentor. She has contributed to our BC curriculum resource site by sharing her in-depth documentation and examples of how the core competencies live in our classrooms. She is also a children’s book author! Her first book, one of my toddler’s favourites, is titled What Does it …
 
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