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Stories of Scotland is a multi-award-winning Scottish history podcast. Join hosts Jenny and Annie as they unravel the rich tapestry of Scotland’s culture, nature and heritage. Prepared to climb into caves, cairns and chaos, Jenny and Annie travel around Scotland and investigate how stories of the past can help us make sense of modern life. Stories of Scotland celebrates Scottish history through traditional storytelling, archival research, museum objects and wandering in nature. It is recorde ...
 
Comedy stars Joanna Hausmann and Jenny Lorenzo host an English-language podcast about living in the hyphen that connects American and Latin culture. As American Latinas, they have crafted their comedy around what it means to be bicultural. Every week, Joanna and Jenny have hilarious and thought-provoking conversations about the particularities of being hyphenated. New episodes every Thursday.
 
Instantly Actionable Small Business Strategies with a Pop Culture Spin Join Annie P. Ruggles and whipsmart guests as they decode the marketing, mindset, sales, and success hacks hidden within beloved movies, tv, music, books, and more. Often goofy but never fluffy, each episode ends with easy-to-implement homework that will leave you feeling delightfully legit. New episodes drop every week.
 
Health Category Winner at The People’s Choice Podcast Awards 2019-2021 Mental was created by Bobby Temps to break down mental health stigma and discrimination. Joined by special guests, the podcast is a safe space to hear honest and insightful mental health interviews in the hope listeners will feel more empowered to continue the conversation with others. Each Thursday with co-host Danielle Hogan we delve into a factor in mental health and how to better manage it. You’ll also better understa ...
 
Resilience and risk taking. Meaning and mission. Passion and perseverance. Growing Bolder is not just media, it’s a movement. Through its TV and radio shows, magazine, website and popular social media channels, Growing Bolder’s EMMY® Award-winning broadcast journalists are Rebranding Aging® by sharing the inspirational stories of men and women redefining the possibilities of life after 45. Learn more at GrowingBolder.com.
 
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IS THAT LIKE A THING

Becky Leach, Crystal Yates, Magen Thurman

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The IS THAT LIKE A THING podcast captures the meaningful and occasionally hilarious conversations where, if we ask the question, the answer is always yes and well…we’re going to talk about it. Hosted by Becky Leach, Crystal Yates, Magen Thurman and produced by Emily Gentiles, where between the four women you will find singers, artists, writers, wives, mothers and bible teachers. Where the authentic and funny hosts talk about the things everyone is thinking about, but maybe, never really sayi ...
 
Sew organised style- listen to people just like you. We'll cover sewing, style and interview people who are the backbone of our sewing community and provide you with reputable organisations you can go to for help when you need it. Go to our website: https://seworganisedstylepodcast.com/ There will be evolving playlist series as we find experts with gems of information and resources to keep you creative. Don't keep our podcast channel a secret. Tell your friends and rate us on Itunes.
 
“Old Guard vs New Blood” is Majestic’s monthly panel of SEO experts, debating today’s burning SEO-related issues, hosted by Dixon Jones. Previous topics include: - What are the best approaches to SEO in 2020/2021? - What are the new and old approaches to link building? - What are the best approaches to Social Media Marketing in 2020? - What are the best approaches to Analytics in 2020? - What are the different perspectives between working for an Agency vs In-House? - SEO for large enterprise ...
 
Since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) work across Canada and the TRC Calls to Action, all Canadians have been challenged to join the journey of reconciliation. Due to this call we have seen the term reconciliation become increasingly popular in our news cycle, organizational mandates, and within our churches. But how are people interpreting and working towards reconciliation? Senator Murray Sinclair stated, "If you thought the truth was hard, reconciliation will be harder." Thi ...
 
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Jeannie of Annie and Myra's is a bra sewing expert from regional Victoria. Jennie answers a few bra sewing questions so we have more information about sewing bras that fit us using the correct underwires, fabrics and bra notions to suit all skin sensitivities. She does emphasis her love of couture sewing as she discusses starting on good basic bra …
 
Joanna and Jenny wrap up their creepy storytelling session by discussing the Latin American boogeyman, debunking Puerto Rico's famous cryptozoology creature, and doing a historical dive into the meaning behind Mexico's legendary infanticidal crying lady.By Joanna Hausmann, Jenny Lorenzo
 
It's our Halloween special and sometimes co-host Bec Hill returns to Book Shambles today to talk to Robin about her new kids horror book, The Slime, the first in a 13 book series called Horror Heights! They talk about creating the series, creativity in lockdown, favourite fictional slime, the influence of RL Stine and Paul Jennings and the joy of g…
 
Wendy Ward has written 4 sewing guides for beginners. If sewing masks and PPE was your first sewing experience, Wendy shares her sewing advice she gives her sewing students. Wendy began teaching in 2012 and she shares her sewing advice that will help new sewists keep developing their sewing practice. This is Wendy's third podcast and if you enjoy h…
 
In this reflective episode we’re joined by a wonderful repeat guest to talk about change as a factor in mental health. We also explore the importance of social connection, self care and purpose as factors in mental health. Find the article we read from HERE Scroll back to episode 28 to hear Jenny’s original interview on Student Mental Health. Here …
 
What role does intuition play in your business? Whether you believe that your inner voice comes from God or from your lived experience, there are certain problems you just have to feel your way through. You may not identify as "Woo-Woo" - but are you willing to listen to the call of your own truth? This week, Annie P. sits down with Michelle Clarke…
 
Lindsey Buckingham, a Rock & Roll Hall of Famer named by Rolling Stone as one of the greatest guitarists of all time has released his first solo album in a decade. He talks with Growing Bolder about his split with Fleetwood Mac, life after a heart attack and the importance of stepping out of your comfort zone. Bishop Vance Oldes has made the transi…
 
On today's episode Robin is joined by the writer, editor and broadcaster Liz Frazer to talk about her new book, and bestseller, Coming Clean: A True Story of Love, Addiction and Recovery. They chat about the different faces and perception of alcoholism in individuals and society, mental health, the importance of diaries and how recovery applies to …
 
This week BBC Radio presenter Andy Pierce drops by to tell us about the people who inspired his work to bring mental health conversations to the public. In this moving episode Andy also shares how grief exacerbated his experience of depression and what he learned through the recovery process. Here we go! Mental is the brain-child of Bobby Temps, wh…
 
If you are timid about putting yourself out there, this is a must-listen! So many small business owners crave and fear publicity simultaneously. Does getting some well-deserved attention have to be so overwhelming? Heck no! This week, Annie P. sits down with Jill Lublin - international speaker, author, and all-around lovely person. Jill first provi…
 
We've had over 240 guests on the podcast and while we've discussed accessibility Sue Stoney identified a few gaps that we needed to discuss further. Sue has used hundreds of patterns and this list of issues are ones that pattern designers can use to make the lives of their customers easier to follow their instructions. Using redundant queues, avoid…
 
Kate Ward of Zen Stitching has arranged this online retreat with 15 expert makers to share their skills with you close up. This is a free event. Making Zen Online Retreat begins on 18 October 2021 for 5 days and the free presentations are available until Sunday 24th October. Keep up to date through the Instagram account. This is Kate's sixth podcas…
 
Delusions can be a good thing, according to Shankar Vedantam, the host of the popular podcast and radio show, “Hidden Brain” and a New York Times best-selling author. In his latest book, “Useful Delusions: The Power and Paradox of the Self-Deceiving Brain,” Vedantam says the lies we tell ourselves can actually be helpful. It’s an interesting conver…
 
Join Annie and Jenny on a trip to the Cèilidh house, as they discuss the magic of this old tradition. We blether about some old cèilidh lore, exploring how cèilidhs keep communities connected. We look at how the cèilidh house sometimes develops its own lore of ghosts, magic and wonder. Stories of Scotland is an award-winning Scottish history podcas…
 
Our favourite Canadian returns to the podcast this week, it's astronaut Commander Chris Hadfield. Chris has just released his first ever work of fiction, a historical thriller titled The Apollo Murders. He joins Robin, and guest co-host Helen Czerski, to talk about his favourite thrillers, what it was like moving into the world of fiction, making s…
 
This week were joined by inspirational author Stefanos Xenakis to explore the theme of connection as a factor in mental health. Including how the experiences our guest had in therapy helped shape his optimistic outlook and appreciation for others You can find The Simplest Gift by Stefanos Xenakis HERE Find the infographic and research Bobby mention…
 
Lisa Comfort the founder of Sew Over It decided she wanted to feature SewOver50 sewists, recognising their support by Sew Over It and ensuring representation of sewists over 50 in their social media and on their newly designed pattern covers. Sew Over It is the very first sewing company to embrace SewOver50 in their social media and also on the cov…
 
Eleanor Thomson or @nelnanandnora established a facebook group for sewing flat and asymmetrical clothes. This is a safe group to share sewing knowledge as well as they surgical and cancer journeys. Eleanor set up this group while she was facing her own breast cancer journey and found that sewing helped her build her body confidence. After speaking …
 
There are approximately 9 billion things to consider when you put your message out into the world. What the heck should you say? Which words should you use? Which persona should you play? Does everything have to be so dang dramatic/traumatic? What if folks don't like what you have to say? This week, Annie P. is joined by storytelling expert Seth Er…
 
Annie Griffiths is a trailblazer as one of the first photographers hired by National Geographic. She’s now dedicated to using her talents to bring women’s issues into focus and to help bring exposure to a variety of aid organizations around the world. Dr. Frank Lipman is one of the pioneers of integrative medicine and he says there is a whole new s…
 
Robin Ince's brand new book The Importance of Being Interested: Adventures in Scientific Curiosity is out TODAY! Go grab a signed copy from our bookshop now at cosmicshambles.com/bookshop. To celebrate we did a livestream launch event early this week with Robin talking about the book with our Shambles chum, musician, composer and comedian Tim Minch…
 
Joanna welcomes Afro-Latino writer/actor Johnathan Fernandez (Fox's LETHAL WEAPON; HBO Max's GOSSIP GIRL) as they discuss acting, auditions, not being considered for Latinx roles, and why colonialism and colorism in Latin America has made representation in mainstream media so difficult.By Joanna Hausmann, Johnathan Fernandez
 
This week we’re learning more about the incredible impact of Equine and Animal Assisted Therapy with the Clinical Director of Ranch Hands Rescue Landon Dickeson. This is such a moving episode on a type of therapy that we see growing massively in the next few years. Find out mor about Rnch Hand Rescue and watch the video HERE Here we go! Mental is t…
 
Justin first started in early 2020. He made masks for his sister and since then he has continued to sew for his own needs like his new 2022 back to work clothes. Finding patterns and fabrics are a challenge and you'll find the patterns he's used are worth considering for any body. Justin does reuse and recycle fabrics, materials and projects he's m…
 
Do you SEO for a big website? If so, do you struggle to get all the on-site SEO improvements implemented due to lack of site access or a poor CMS? Perhaps conducting SEO ‘on the Edge’ may be exactly what you’re looking for. In this episode of Old Guard vs New Blood you will learn what can be implemented on the Edge, how to do it and how this could …
 
If you want to have a thriving small business (not to mention be a good human) in 2021, things like "diversity" and "equity" can't just be buzzwords. They must be chosen, advocated for, and practiced daily. But, how can we go beyond lip service and bring our values into our company culture - even if we aren't hiring and our company culture is just …
 
Laraine Newman is one of the original cast members of “Saturday Night Live” and a comedy icon. She talks to Growing Bolder about the ups and downs she’s faced over the years including her struggle with drugs and depression and how she found a way forward. Eugenia Zuckerman was a correspondent on “CBS Sunday Morning” for over 25 years and is a world…
 
Francesca Stavrakopoulou was a guest on the first series of Tips for Existence and now that her first book, God: An Anatomy, has just been released we'd excited to have her on Book Shambles with Robin and Josie to talk about it. They chat about how Francesca had to write the book she wished existed when she was in university, why examining God upse…
 
We’re joined by pioneering scientist Dr William Haseltine to discuss the mental health impact of the pandemic and how to make sure those of us who need additional support do receive it. Here we go! Mental is the brain-child of Bobby Temps, who lives and thrives while managing his own mental health. Each Thursday we delve into a factor or condition …
 
Tina or Bricolagedk is back for Sewover50 and she updates on some of the new useful patterns resources she has found to sew for a post mastectomy body. There are many new patterns and resources to create clothes that Tina has in her sewing queue. Tina also lives with chronic fatigue and she continues to give back to the sewing community with her pa…
 
What's more important - the plan or the action? When is a rock-solid strategy essential and when is it just a distraction? And how can we rise up against the constant looming threats of perfectionism, procrastination, and doubt? This week, Annie P. is joined by her longtime coach, collaborator & champion, Coach Jennie. She specializes in helping im…
 
Joost is the creator of freesewing.org Makers, designers and developers contribute to this free resources so there are sewing patterns anyone can access for free, as the name free sewing suggests. These designs have been used by previous men who sew podcasts guests Wouter.vdub and Enno Swets. FreeSewing is an open source software project with the a…
 
Philanthropist, disability rights advocate, CEO of UNITE and author of the book, Call to Unite: Voices of Hope and Awakening, Timothy Shriver reminds us we all have to find a way to end the divisiveness and come together because we are all part of the same community. 85-year-old and two-time Stanley Cup champion, John MacMillan is still playing the…
 
On this week’s episode our guest is Kathryn Mannix, a palliative care doctor and author. Kathryn self proclaims that her Mastermind subject would be death, and in her new book Listen she uses her years of experience to deconstruct our difficulty with difficult conversations. This conversation, on the podcast, isn’t difficult but why is it so hard t…
 
We’ll be back with a new episode next week but for now please enjoy this favourite from the archive: This week we are coving the often elusive theme of happiness with fellow podcaster Alex Manzi. Who shares how he continues to build on this whilst managing his mental health more generally. Here we go! Mental is the brain-child of Bobby Temps, who l…
 
Content warning: Discussion of death and funerals. Join Annie and Jenny as they explore the curious Highland beliefs of the second sight. In this second part on the glorious mountain of Schiehallion, we learn about the time Robert the Bruce sought sanctuary at Schiehallion, a piper tempted by the fairy hill, and the superstitions of second sight in…
 
Is your business kind enough? Is your marketing loud and bold enough? According to superstar author and business giant Mike Michalowicz, these two questions likely have the same answer. It's phenomenally easy to fall into the trap of dimming your light, hiding from your prospects, or going along with the herd. How can a heart-centered business trul…
 
James Hicks, Ph.D., is a professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of California in Irvine. He’s developed a new class called Exercise as Medicine that examines how and why physical activity can actually work better for us than pills. He shares his tips for incorporating movement into your life. Then, discover how Rabbi Ed Ros…
 
This week our guest couldn't make the interview at the very last minute. Which was unfortunate because obviously we wanted to talk to them and also it meant we didn't have an episode for this week. So since Robin and Josie were already on the Zoom call, they just interviewed each other for half an hour. Hope you enjoy. Normal service will resume ne…
 
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