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Serial killers. Gangsters. Gunslingers. Victorian-era murderers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each week, the Most Notorious podcast features true-life tales of crime, criminals, tragedies and disasters throughout history. This is an interview show spotlighting authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years. Their stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
For far too long, women have been sugar-coating our voices, thoughts, and opinions. That stops right here! Sugar Coated is a place where women can express their brilliance without sugar-coating anything. This podcast offers a platform for super-practical, actionable advice for women to overcome challenges and to make a significant impact on our families, our communities, and our world. Adrienne Garland - entrepreneur, lecturer and media producer ejects the notion that women must be deferenti ...
 
Mommy's on a Call is a podcast dedicated to educating, empowering and inspiring YOU, mommy, to get the most out of your life - yourself, your family, your work, and your relationships - with more intention, more laughter and more self-care every single unpredictable day. Through real and honest conversations with career moms, mom entrepreneurs, mom founders, CEO moms and experts, real talk with my mommy pod, solo episodes, and more, the podcast goes behind-the-scenes to uncover the daily rit ...
 
Stay in-the-know on the hottest trending topics in health and nutrition with The Good Clean Nutrition Podcast, sponsored by Orgain. Join host Mary Purdy, MS, RDN, an integrative dietitian and nutrition educator, as she speaks with some of the most inspiring and passionate subject-matter experts in nutrition, health, and wellness. Each episode explores the science behind popular trends in nutrition and health, debunks common myths, and provides healthcare professionals and health-minded consu ...
 
Welcome to the audio library of Melbourne's home of theatre, MTC. Hear from actors and creatives including David Hare, Missy Higgins, Barrie Kosky, Jamie Lloyd, Miriam Margolyes, Joanna Murray-Smith, Simon Stephens, Brett Sheehy, Sam Strong, THE SWEATS, Sigrid Thornton, Jane Turner and more in this collection of recordings from live events, music, and our MTC Talks interview series hosted by Fiona Gruber.
 
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In today’s episode of the Women’s Podcast we are talking about abortion, exactly four years on from the referendum to repeal the Eighth. The anniversary falls at a time when abortion access is being restricted in many parts of the world and with the news that the US Supreme Court is planning to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling. In Northern …
 
Are the exercises and food plans that you have always used no longer working? How can we do a midlife body reset? This week we talk to Stephen Perrine, co-author of The Whole Body Reset and Executive Editor for AARP the Magazine and the AARP Bulletin. Stephen along with nutritionist and exercise physiologist, Heidi Skolnik wrote this book to specif…
 
June 9th (or) 10th marks the 110th anniversary of one of the most notorious crimes in American history - the brutal axe murders of Josiah and Sarah Moore, their four children (Herman, Katherine, Boyd and Paul) and Ina and Lena Stillinger, two neighbor girls who had the terrible misfortune of sleeping over that night. It's a case steeped in mystery,…
 
🌺 Creating of Omekwa and Omekwa Oasis: benign cancer diagnosis and a need to support her body from natural sources. 02:15 👁️ The Great Resignation and Great Awakening. 03:43 🌞 The Self-care Success Assessment is a pillar to starting a mental, physical and spiritual healing journey. 05:14 😇 Utilizing community and communal care is a key to bridging …
 
If you are an empathetic person, this episode is for you. Melanie the Marketer shares her ideas about how empathy allows her to put herself into anyone’s shoes in any industry, especially her clients’ customers, which can also eliminate the need for a niche. And if you like what you hear, we’d love it if you write a review, subscribe on Apple Podca…
 
Casey Probus and Lisa Ferraro Act Locally Co-hosts Wendy Sheridan and Robin Renée have recently been reminding listeners of the growing importance of local politics. Wendy takes a deep dive into her local political landscape in this episode by way of an interview with candidates Casey Probus and Lisa Ferraro: Casey Probus was born and raised in Rah…
 
Casey Probus and Lisa Ferraro Act Locally Co-hosts Wendy Sheridan and Robin Renée have recently been reminding listeners of the growing importance of local politics. Wendy takes a deep dive into her local political landscape in this episode by way of an interview with candidates Casey Probus and Lisa Ferraro: Casey Probus was born and raised in Rah…
 
This week Zach and Sloane deep dive Season 12 Episode 2 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Now listen up folx, this episode is going to expose some hard truths. Sloane reads some unfortunate small penis passages from Harry Hamlin's autobiography and caps off the show with a reading from Alex McCord's book where we find out Simon ejaculated on…
 
In 2007, aged just 17, Amy Dunne was forced to go to the High Court to fight for her right to travel for an abortion, after a scan revealed that the baby she was carrying had a lethal abnormality and would not survive. From then on Amy became known as ‘Miss D’ and found herself at the centre of Ireland’s bitter abortion debate. Now in her 30s, Amy …
 
This week Zach and Sloane unwrap 1997's prison breakout plane action movie classic: Con Air. Join the duo as they discuss everything from John Cusack's tiny little sandals to Sloane's dad putting Sloane on an Amtrak when she was 8 years old. They also discuss the glory that is end movie credits set to music with photos of the cast playing over the …
 
I have been following Dr. Aviva Romm's work and consuming everything she puts out into the world for the last couple years including participating twice in her 28-Day Women’s Gut Reset as she is the go-to top expert in women’s health and especially hormonal health. Dr. Aviva is a world renown midwife and herbalist who is also a Yale trained MD and …
 
Do you dream about losing your teeth, falling or being naked in public? Do you dream about lost loved ones or friends? What about your nightmares? What do our dreams mean? On this episode, we explore our dreams with Dream Analyst Lauri Loewenberg. Lauri is a Certified Dream Analyst, syndicated columnist, author, popular radio personality, speaker a…
 
The Ocean Monarch, captained by James Murdock, was a disciplined and safety-conscious passenger ship that should have smoothly sailed from England to the United States in 1848. Not long after its departure, however, a devastating fire broke out on board, turning the boat into a living hell on water. Close to two hundred people would die in the ensu…
 
😍 Thais contributed hair styling and hair care items for the UNBREAKABLE retreat 01:32 🎆 The work in Salvation Army: Growing up with amazing parents who were using their communicative skills for the benefit of the community. 02:32 👩‍💼 Transition from nonprofit to corporate and why Thais chose to open her consulting firm. 06:15 🦸‍♀️ Mom of four kids…
 
In this special bonus episode with Jennifer Barrett, Head of Content for Fidelity, financial journalist and author of “Think Like a Breadwinner,” and Lisa Mullis, a veteran copywriter and designer, we laid the foundation for the Fireside Chat that Jenn and Lisa will have in real time at HOW Design live in Boston, on Monday May 23. They’ll share mor…
 
This week Zach and Sloane unwrap the season 12 premier of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills! Our gals have returned more annoying and out of touch than ever! And we love to see it baby! The premier kicks off with Dorito's million dollar break-in, Sutton's trouble with International designer law, Lisa Rinna deciding to be a bitch, and Erika telling u…
 
Following the Taliban takeover in August 2021, life for women and girls in Afghanistan has never been the same. Under their rule, access to education is limited, women are forced to cover their faces in public and there is a ban on nearly all paid employment. In this episode, Kathy Sheridan is joined by a woman who has sat opposite the Taliban in n…
 
Sarah Dorsett is CEO of Nanit, a high-growth baby tech company that supports the new parent journey with products that connect parents to their child’s development through powerful insights that improve the sleep and well-being of the entire family. She was previously the VP of ECommerce for Bed, Bath & Beyond and comes from a long standing career …
 
Bears, Chickens and the Catskills, Oh My! This week our special guest is the incomparable Melissa Gilbert. Many of you remember Melissa as Laura Ingalls Wilder on Little House on the Prairie. She is also a director, producer, former president of the Screen Actors Guild, wife, mom and grandmother and now farmer. Melissa has written a new book titled…
 
As 10-15% of Americans struggle with IBS, understanding the root cause of digestive symptoms and making mindful dietary choices is key to improving gut health. In this episode of The Good Clean Nutrition Podcast, host Mary Purdy, MS, RDN is joined by gastroenterologist Dr. William Bulsiewicz to discuss dietary strategies for IBS management. Listen …
 
On the afternoon of December 2nd, 1945, a fourteen-year-old student named Thora Chamberlain walked with friends to a high school football game in Campbell, California. A man wearing a U.S. Navy uniform pulled up beside them in his sedan and told them he needed a babysitter - and would compensate generously for the help. Thora accepted, got into his…
 
This week Zach and Sloane unwrap 2006's iconic 18th century frou-frou masterpiece: Marie Antoinette. This is Sloane's all-time favorite movie and soundtrack so the episode is almost 2 hours long. The duo discuss everything from the movie's fashion to Jamie Dornan's armpit sweat to their idea for an Italian sandwich restaurant called Balducci's. It'…
 
🤩 Kodi is gifting her products to the women on the UNBREAKABLE retreat. 01:34 🌺 Reimagined traditional fitness equipment to be more beautiful: Ubarre and EQUIPT. 02:28 👗 Kodi realized modeling wasn’t for her when she heard “Your body is too active for your face”. 04:37 🤠 Riding steer and the Billabong ad campaign. 06:03 👩‍🍼 Unconventional problem s…
 
In this new episode in the “Where are they now?” series, I reminisced with multi-disciplinary artist, Ilena Finocchi, originally featured in 2001 in my first book, Self Promotion Online. She shares her most effective marketing tools and, more important, the attitude that’s allowed her to avoid the “starving artist” syndrome. And if you like what yo…
 
We continue our Women in Business Bonus Series with CEO, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Twila True. Twila is an Oglala Sioux Native American from the Pine Ridge Reservation of South Dakota- the second largest reservation in the U.S. and the poorest place in the country. She shares her stories and insights into her journey from South Dakota to CEO.…
 
Lessons in Chemistry by American author Bonnie Garmus was our latest pick for the podcast book club. In a rare turn of events, our book clubbers found themselves in agreement, collectively singing the praises of this debut novel. That’s why we’re delighted to be joined by the author today, as she tells Róisín Ingle about her long road to writing su…
 
Susan Billmaier’s professional background is in Religion, Ethics, and Philosophy applied to higher education and non-profit management. This coincides with a lifetime of self-education in healing arts, religious ritual, and psychological study of the “big questions” like “Who am I?” and “Why am I here?” Her website, WithPearls.com, focuses on shift…
 
Susan Billmaier’s professional background is in Religion, Ethics, and Philosophy applied to higher education and non-profit management. This coincides with a lifetime of self-education in healing arts, religious ritual, and psychological study of the “big questions” like “Who am I?” and “Why am I here?” Her website, WithPearls.com, focuses on shift…
 
What is Feng Shui? How can it impact the essential 9 areas of our lives? What are the 5 elements we should introduce in our home? This episode answers these questions and examines much more. Our guest is Kristina Hollinger, a Feng Shui expert and author who has been practicing Feng Shui for over 10 years. You might even recognize her as the Feng Sh…
 
In October of 1905, the schooner Harry A. Berwind was intercepted off the coast of North Carolina. On board were four Black sailors, three of them alive and one dead. The survivors told conflicting stories - blaming each other for the murder of the ship's four White officers, who had been shot and thrown into the sea. The men would be arrested and …
 
In today’s episode I share my 5 main takeaways from the Mom 2.0 Summit - a conference that brings together marketing, media and moms. Even if you’re not a mom or don’t care about whatever this conference is all about, tune in because whether you’re a parent or a brand, there are some important lessons I learned moving forward in 2022 and beyond. Co…
 
In this episode with Communications Coach, Eleanor Handley and Show Director of HOW Design, Amy Conover, we talk practical strategies for presenting yourself with confidence, whether one-on-one, in front of a group or in an interview with a client or for a new job. This is part of a short series highlighting speakers at HOW Design Live in Boston, M…
 
In 2018, while at home in her London apartment, journalist Sally Hayden received a Facebook message from a young African refugee, pleading for her help. He was one of thousands of migrants who had tried to reach Europe, only to end up trapped in a Libyan detention camp, with no way out. In her new book, My Fourth Time, We Drowned, Hayden pieces tog…
 
Did you know that the female brain gets stronger and better in midlife and beyond? New York Times bestselling author Dr. Louann Brizendine shares how it happens in her new book, THE UPGRADE. Dr. Brizendine is a clinical psychiatrist who has written has written several popular books on the female and male brain. In her newest book, she explains that…
 
Mary Ann Cotton is considered by many to be England's first female serial killer, with allegations that she used arsenic to poison over twenty people, including her children, mother and husbands in the 1850s, 60s and 70s. But was she really a heartless killer who preyed upon those in her care for money to buy the expensive dresses she loved so much…
 
If you want to use content marketing to position yourself as an expert OR if you’re a copywriter who’s not quite ready to put yourself out there, this episode is for you. Donna Jones explains how the PR tool, HARO, can help in both situations. If you like what you hear, we’d love it if you write a review, subscribe on Apple Podcasts and sign up for…
 
In her brilliant debut novel, None of This is Serious, Catherine Prasifka writes about life in the era of social media. She talks to Róisín about the consequences of living online and in the real world. They also discuss her love of fantasy writing, the inevitable comparisons to her sister in-law Sally Rooney and her plans for her next book. Plus: …
 
This week Zach and Sloane unwrap 2000 American survival thriller: Vertical Limit. This is a classic Mummy Dearest film because the tropes are plentiful. This movie has it all: falling through a crevasse, dangling from a cliff by a snow pick, explosives being detonated via sunlight, rich billionaires getting their comeuppance, dying wives, dying fat…
 
Mary Beth Ferrante is a mom of 2 and advocates for creating inclusive workplaces for parents. She is the Founder of WRK/360, a community and leadership development platform for working parents and leaders that care with the goal of providing tools and resources to build and transform company culture to support the spectrum of care for employees. Sh…
 
This episode is a bit… different. Co-hosts Wendy Sheridan and Robin Renée are celebrating 4/20, so aside from the pre-recorded interview, the banter is a bit loosey-goosey. Join in on the fun in whatever way you choose! Featured guest Malcolm Underwood describes himself as “born in the south, forged in the north and sharpened by the road and the wo…
 
This episode is a bit… different. Co-hosts Wendy Sheridan and Robin Renée are celebrating 4/20, so aside from the pre-recorded interview, the banter is a bit loosey-goosey. Join in on the fun in whatever way you choose! Featured guest Malcolm Underwood describes himself as “born in the south, forged in the north and sharpened by the road and the wo…
 
This week we are talking about naturopathic wellness for women 40+ with Dr. Jill Stansbury and Gwendolyn Floyd. Dr. Stansbury is a naturopathic family physician who specializes in women's health and endocrinology, chronic disease, mental health and acute opiate withdrawal. Gwen Floyd is the co-founder of Wile Women, a line of wellness products that…
 
😍 Adrienne’s allergies: Joyce is giving her products to all women on the UNBREAKABLE retreat. 01:51 👠 Support matters: Women would purchase from women more often. 02:30 🚧 Too many hurdles: Certification of a “Women-Owned Company” takes time and funds. 03:20 👃 Her baby was seriously immunocompromised: prepping products for the health of the nose. 06…
 
Arnie Bernstein was one my first guests on Most Notorious, way back on episode #26, and talked about the horrifying 1927 Bath Consolidated School massacre. Since the initial publication of his book "Bath Massacre: America's First School Bombing" in 2009, he's conducted more first-hand survivor accounts, which he has included in the updated and expa…
 
Set in the early 1960’s, Lessons in Chemistry follows the life of Elizabeth Zott, a scientist whose career takes a detour when she becomes the unlikely star of a TV cooking show. In this episode, our book clubbers Bernice Harrison, Niamh Towey, Róisín and Ann Ingle share their thoughts on this vibrant and original story from debut author Bonnie Gar…
 
This week Zach and Sloane unwrap 1997's biographical musical drama film: Selena. Obviously Zach and Sloane discuss their respect of JLo's mediocre talents, her beautiful lips, her beautiful nose, and her stay at Selena's parents home to prepare for her role as their deceased daughter. There's also tons of hot sauce hijinks and perhaps problematic a…
 
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