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This personal finance podcast is for women, including female entrepreneurs to learn personal finance, money mindset & practical money management tips to be financially confident and build wealth. To get in control of money, to budget, gain financial confidence, learn how to invest, save money & manage money mindset and behaviours. Hosted by a multi- award winning qualified financial planner and financial coach.
 
Welcome to The MOVEMENT Movement -- the podcast for people who want the TRUTH about having a healthy, happy, strong body. We'll be breaking through the mythology, confusion and sometimes outright lies about what it takes to walk, run, hike, do yoga, paddle board, lift... or whatever you do. I'm here to help you do it better and have more fun. It's called The MOVEMENT Movement because We're creating a movement. Making natural movement to the obvious choice the way natural FOOD is currently.
 
A weekly podcast that invites you to walk a mile in the shoes of a stranger and listen to their story. Nominated 'Best New Podcast' at the 2019 British Podcast Awards! All stories and shoes are part of Empathy Museum’s ‘A Mile in My Shoes’ project – an interactive shoe shop which tours internationally. This podcast is best experienced while walking! Please be aware that some stories are more appropriate for adult listeners. Produced by Loftus Media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt- ...
 
In My Shoes is a podcast about women of color and the issues we face but sometimes don't get to talk about. We will give our perspective, allowing you a glimpse into what it's like to deal with racism, infertility, mental illness, parenting, relationships, colorism, politics, hair, health, you name it - in our shoes. Sometimes it just takes a moment to hear a personal story to realize things aren't always the way they seem. When you hear someone's personal story you can see things through th ...
 
Big Friendly Letters is the very best podcast to come from the adjacent universe since the last one. Bigger than podcasts about that shoe you lost. Friendlier than a Hyperion robot and made with the best letters your ears have ever tasted. Questions provided by the multiverse, answers provided by JJ Philips and Adam Christopher, humans at large.
 
Da Shoe podcast is a fundamentally well rounded podcast that provides uninteresting topics about movies, music, politics, dumb stories, and so much more. Hosted by Adrian Rivas, Da Shoe is a waste of time and people should totally check it out.
 
Covering the ins and outs of all things footwear, from sneakers to heels, loafers to slippers and every type of shoe in between. Brought to you by the FDRA and FFANY, the footwear industry’s associations focused on retail, trade, politics and fashion…helping create and enhance conversations on all things footwear.
 
Overcoming Child Sexual Abuse is a positive and uplifting series to help overcome the struggles that remain in our adult lives from experiences of child sexual abuse. Join Kathy Andersen, award-winning self-development author and survivor of childhood sexual abuse, as Kathy brings together inspiring guests and leading experts in areas including positive and clinical psychology, trauma recovery, and self-mastery and development to share practical approaches and new learnings to help adults br ...
 
The Cut is a weekly audio magazine exploring culture, style, sex, politics and more. Each week, an ensemble of voices, led by host Avery Trufelman, engages in the conversations that matter most in our current moment. Intimate, provocative, and probing, the Cut aims to ask questions before listeners even know they have them, always with a generous wit and an expansive idea of what is possible. From New York Magazine and The Vox Media Podcast Network. New episodes every Wednesday.
 
TruSouL Radio recorded live @ Soul On My Shoe Studios in the East Bay CA USA. Deep Soulful House Music inspired by its roots, Deep Funk, Soul, R&B, Disco, Jazz, Afro and Latin infused rhythms. TruSouL Radio is an expression of music by Joseph "jojo" Torres, long time Dj, and radio host. This show is dedicated to showcasing the newest, hottest, Deep House cuts, but it also stays true to all of the forces that influence Electronic Music.
 
Hi, I'm Rick Glassman, and I'm a goofy guy and a cute boy. As a kid, I had debilitating OCD. I still have a lot of “things.” The title of my podcast “Take Your Shoes Off” is a microcosm of my need for control and order in a world that... keeps their shoes on. I created this podcast to showcase a more serious side, as I have conversations with some of the funniest and most interesting people in the world. I’ve learned the language of comedy in an attempt to survive this shoes-on world, so of ...
 
Running is the one thing that we all like talking about. Every fortnight, we will be having a chat and a cuppa with an incredible woman from the world of running. From superstar pro runners to everyday plodders, each of them has made a big difference to running - and to women. We realised that there was a huge gap in the podcast world: a podcast that was about our favourite subject, that was about women, and was also long enough to keep us entertained on our longer runs. We don’t want to lis ...
 
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This week we step into the shoes of Khabib Nurmagomedov and his options for handling Conor McGregor crass tweet about his father's death, live and in public, if you will. Plus, how should Republicans on the January 6th Select Committee PR plan for maximizing their political future while weathering the storm of being a party pariah?Become a patron: …
 
BOBBY LEE IS BACK! The guest that needs no introduction, the TigerBelly King himself! This episode starts just as oddly as his first appearance on TYSO… Bobby explains that this is in fact his second recording of Rick's podcast in a week. The first derailed by his use of Beta-Blockers. We see fragmented flashbacks of the previous recording and Rick…
 
Join me on the journey to Jersey! With its beautiful beaches, good food, amazing schools and laid-back lifestyle, this move is going to make waves for my family and business. Join me as I reflect on the last 10 years, talk about what the future holds for the business and share the exciting things that are coming to the “In Her Financial Shoes” podc…
 
Kelly Helfman, President of Informa Markets, Fashion Division steps into the Shoe-In Show to share the current state of live events and trade shows. MAGIC in Las Vegas is back in full effect this year; listen to this episode to hear how they are transforming footwear in Las Vegas and insights for emerging retailers and brands who are ready to get b…
 
I recently shared this quote: "The way you live you days, is the way you live you life" In other words, your days are to some extend, conditioned by the way you wake up on the morning and therefor, it will condition your entire life. Here is a little "motivational" episode full of energy to remember you how important it is to start the day with the…
 
Continuing to honor Bebe Moore Minority Mental Health Month this is a REWIND episode! This was our conversation last year just before World Mental Health Day: We had a chance for another important talk with Natasha Pierre, Executive Director of NAMI Hillsborough (Tampa). NAMI is the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the largest grassroots organi…
 
“We do seem to be seeing an increase in people who have serious psychotic symptoms which was quite uncommon before Covid” Dean's story was produced by Dave Dodd and was collected as part of our new project From Where I’m Standing: audio stories and portraits from 2020 More about our From Where I’m Standing project: https://fromwhereiamstanding.empa…
 
Are You Following Bad Barefoot Running Advice? – The MOVEMENT Movement with Steven Sashen Episode 099 with Jae Gruenke Jae Gruenke is a Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner, running technique expert, and founder of The Balanced Runner™. Known as a “running form guru,” she has helped runners from beginner to Olympian relieve pain and improve their per…
 
Finding stories in pop culture about transracial adoption are few and far between. But finding characters and storylines that reflect the complexities of growing up in white families is almost impossible. Cut producer Schuyler Swenson talks with writer Rebecca Carroll and consultant Angela Tucker about why it’s so rare to see narratives of adoption…
 
Artists Sonia Boyce, Isaac Julien, Eddie Chambers and Harold Offeh talk to Anne McElvoy about their art and the influence of the British black arts movement - which began around the time of the First National Black Art Convention in 1982 organised by the Blk Art Group and held at Wolverhampton Polytechnic.Eddie Chambers has written Roots and Cultur…
 
In this episode of “Survival of the Fitted”, Ian and Intern Joe welcome stylist, Courtney Mays to the show! She tells us all about her day-to-day life as a stylist and how her passion for fashion merged with sports and basketball. She talks about what sets her apart from others, the importance of Russell Westbrook in the history of NBA fashion, and…
 
In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter and Bob dive deep into cancer screening, including why it’s important, what you need to know about a test, and Peter’s approach with patients. They specifically discuss various screening methods, explain important terms like sensitivity and specificity, and how layering and stacking different tests in …
 
This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane chat to Angellica Bell, presenter on The Martin Lewis Money Show, The One Show and Scala Radio. Angellica joins Fi and Jane to tell them about her podcast 'Rewirement', which explores people's experiences of retirement and how to make the most of it. She also discusses being a CBBC legend, offers some book tips…
 
Tokyo used to be presented as the ultimate hyper-modern city. But after years of economic recession the Tokyo of today has another side. A site of alienation and loneliness, anxiety about conformity and identity, it is a place where self-professed 'geeks' (or 'otaku'), mostly single middle-aged men, congregate in districts like Akibahara to pursue …
 
Gather round, kids - it's time for leftovers. We didn't really have much going on this week, so we decided to throw a few topics together for a kitchen sink episode. Ryan talks about watching a YouTube series based around re-selling thrifted shoes, Tanner talks about his favorite technologies he's seen on sneakers, and then we open up our collectiv…
 
In this episode I speak to Jess Judd, British 5000m champion and soon-to-be Olympian. Jess is on the plane to Tokyo any minute now, I think, and I’m so excited about watching her race while she’s there – she’s due to be running the double: the 5000 metres and the 10,000 metres. She talks to me here about her modest start with running, her dad’s lov…
 
Jeremy Howard, solo gaming expert from Man vs. Meeple, joins Christina and Shoe to personally recommend some great solo games and convince everyone that solo gaming is here to stay! But which games need that multiplayer aspect? Topics for this episode: Shoe (producer): What are some good solo games we should check out? Jeremy (guest): Solo gaming d…
 
In this final episode for season one, we talk about our freedom to heal and some profoundly powerful practices that can help us transform our trauma into healing. That's our freedom, and it's the choice we have. You may be surprised that practices we may have dismissed or don't fully understand, can be the keys to shifting our minds and bodies into…
 
This week, in Hastings, Michigan, a small town erupts in scandal, when a vicious murder takes place, and it turns out not to be the simple robbery that someone wanted to make it look like. The characters that come out of the woodwork are remarkable, with a web of suspects, and members of what is believed to be a conspiracy. Or, maybe it's an experi…
 
The #1 Way to Run Better that Most Runners Will Never Do – The MOVEMENT Movement with Steven Sashen Episode 098 with Jason Fitzgerald Jason Fitzgerald is the host of the Strength Running Podcast (the #2 running podcast in the US of all time) and the founder of Strength Running, an award-winning running blog with hundreds of thousands of monthly rea…
 
This week, we step into the shoes of Jeff Bezos and the massive billionaire backlash against his historic space flight, live and in public, if you will! Plus, how does Republican Media explain its COVID Vaccine bandwagoning and future plans to convince its followers?Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/iftheshoesfit…
 
Long before Britney Spears’s shocking testimony, her diehard fans had been sounding the alarm. For years they made hashtags and videos demanding the courts to “Free Britney" while the rest of the world just walked on by. But now those fans -- and maybe Britney herself-- are finally seeing redemption. The Cut’s Jazmín Aguilera and Angelina Chapin ta…
 
In this episode of “Survival of the Fitted”, Ian and Intern Joe welcome WNBA baller, DiJonai Carrington. She tells us why the WNBA is the most fashionable league in the world, what her drip was like in high school and college, how she visualizes her game-day outfits, and gives us her stacked All-Drip team. Ian and Intern Joe kick it about their new…
 
It's Jesse Farrar! Good ol' JF from our favourite podcast Your Kickstarter Sucks joins Tom and Demi who are way too excited and try to impress him with objectively too much content sourced from their awful dens - the free-to-air debut of Into The Cosmo for Demi and a welcome return to The Selfsuck Roundup for Tom (truly awful stuff from the solosuc…
 
He’s a TYSO favorite… ERIK GRIFFIN IS BACK for a SIXTH time! The podcaster and comedian ropes Betty into a threesome… podcast episode! (At first I bet you though we meant we all f*cked each other! hahaha. NOPE! Get your head out of the gutter you dirt bag). Our Host, his girlfriend, Betty, and Erik dive deep into relationships, relationship rules, …
 
Music from Orkney thunderstorms, dog walks in the Yorkshire Sculpture Park that have inspired a set of tiles, essays about the seasons from a diverse collection of writers: Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough's guests, composer Erland Cooper, writer Anita Roy, artist Alison Milner and Dr Pippa Marland, compare notes on the way they filter countryside expe…
 
Katherine Eban is an award-winning investigative journalist who previously appeared on The Drive to discuss the widespread fraud in the generic drug industry. In this episode, she discusses the content of her recent Vanity Fair article, which examined the evidence for the theory that the COVID-19 pandemic resulted from a virus lab escape as opposed…
 
Lucienne Shakir was a teacher for 12 years and after suffering a nervous breakdown that left her bedbound for a year, took the decision to stop feeling sad about going into work. Lucienne and I have a fascinating discussion about how you can live a high performance life without stress and pressure. In this episode: Why changing your mindset can hel…
 
This week we have LaShae Boone-McCray, Strategic Account Manager at RG Barry on for the first time! From the shoe store to the corporate office, we learn about LaShae's shoe story and how her career in footwear lead her to take on the challenge of helping to create a more diverse and inclusive culture at RG Barry.…
 
In this awesome episode I talk about how to transition to barefoot running. My story of constant niggles and injuries What the evidence says about barefoot running Mobility and OPTIMAL ROM Optimal cadence and why too much may tax you Strength work and exercises Recovery strategy Why forefoot running maybe better for you How to build up What an init…
 
Welcome back to Big Friendly Letters the conversational podcast between creative minds. Award wining horror author JJ Philips and Adam Christopher take on the dark tea time of the creative mind. Big Friendly Letters presented by HMGLLC.SHOP Theme music by: Kevin McLeod Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution …
 
This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane are joined by Radio 4 Presenter Winifred Robinson. The host of You and Yours gets into some Liverpool analysis with her fellow Merseysider Jane (and Fi too). Winifred also offers some smart consumer tips, talks about getting her start at the Catholic Pictorial and bravely sticks around to hear listeners' emails…
 
In this episode, Holly has a bit of a confession to make. So we start off by talking about shifting our expectations with our running, and how that is perfectly okay – what’s not okay is pushing yourself so that you’re uncomfortable with your goals: these goals are supposed to be rewards for our training, not a stick to beat ourselves up with. We a…
 
"Not me, not now" can be one of our most limiting thoughts as we move beyond our hardships and into our happiness. In this podcast episode, I'm doing things a little differently! I'll share a glimpse into the draft of my upcoming book, Yes You, Yes Now! In particular, we'll focus on "Seeing the "All" of You in the Mirror." As we look in the mirror,…
 
This is a solo episode ya'll. You know I had to talk about Bebe Moore Campbell Minority Mental Health Month. As I continue to navigate life for my baby girl (who will turn 20 this month!) and figure out how to balance that with my own life, it got me to thinking... who cares for the caregiver? Listen as I give an update on my beautiful baby girl an…
 
This week, in Laurel, Delaware, a skeleton is found, tied to a tree, and needless to say, this freaks out the whole area. There are a lot of theories, and dark, disturbing possibilities, but it doesn't take long for the truth to unfold, which raises even more questions, and horror at the suffering of the victim. The whole thing gets even crazier, w…
 
With extreme weather events expected to become more frequent in the future, are there any lessons we can learn from the past? Environmental historians have been looking at droughts, floods and hurricanes - and, considering the impact they had on communities and how they responded. Des Fitzgerald asks Georgina Endfield and Jean Stubbs how both local…
 
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