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Overdue is a podcast about the books you've been meaning to read. Join Andrew and Craig each week as they tackle a new title from their backlog. Classic literature, obscure plays, goofy childen’s books: they'll read it all, one overdue book at a time.
 
Join filmmaker Roland Emmerich ("2012," "Independence Day") in conversation about his new film, "White House Down." The action thriller stars Channing Tatum as policeman John Cale, who’s been denied a job with the Secret Service protecting President James Sawyer (Jamie Foxx). Cale is on a tour of the White House with his daughter when a heavily armed paramilitary group invades the complex. Now it’s up to Cale to save the president, his daughter, and the country.
 
Investing in AI interviews technical leaders, investors, and business executives about the impact AI is having on business models, markets, products, and consumer behavior. We investigate impacts on public and private markets, from startups, to large companies like Amazon, Google, and Facebook. If you invest at any level and are looking to understand how AI will impact your world, please subscribe.
 
All The Small Things is a weekly interview series hosted by Venetia La Manna. Venetia will be speaking to inspiring people, thought leaders, writers and activists about the rituals that help provide structure when we need it most - or perhaps if creativity lies in the chaos if it all. We'll be learning about the small things that keep them in-check and uncover more about what makes their minds tick. What’s more, we’ll hear about the seemingly small moments that perhaps felt insignificant at ...
 
With your hosts James Lee and Kester McCullough. Trinity Happy Hour includes conversations, stories, interviews with special guests, and roundtable discussions all within an inclusive space for people interested in exploring the God Who is Love. Visit us at trinityhappyhour.com Are you ready to leave work behind in place of something far better than you ever imagined? And no, we’re not talking about your job. We’re talking about leaving behind the heavy burdens that society, religion and oth ...
 
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Enjoy another episode of our newest show-within-a-show! We're reading Edith Grossman's translation of Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes a few chapters at a time. Some Patreon supporters get these episodes monthly, but every two months we'll combine them for general consumption. These episodes cover Chapters 28-42. In Episode 5, Don Quixote rejoins…
 
Hosted and narrated by John Stamos, The Grand Scheme: Snatching Sinatra is a complicated, nuanced story of one imperfect man trying to redeem himself by pulling off the perfect crime. Did you ever feel like everything’s broken, and it’s your job to fix it? That’s how Barry Keenan was feeling back in 1963. He was broke, unemployed, hooked on booze a…
 
Rachel Ama (she/her) is a cookery author and YouTuber with over half a million subscribers. A new Mum, Rachel has spent the last year in London, writing her most accessible and delicious book yet “One Pot, Three Ways: Save Time With Vibrant, Versatile, Vegan Recipes.” The recipes revolve around one main centrepiece dish that makes flavour-packed ve…
 
Episode 74 - Natalie Viglione discovered the vast majority of her health issues including unexplained weight gain was due to her exposure to microscopic TOXIC MOLD. She then learned that the issue ran even deeper. As a child, she was riddled with illness from a low immune system caused by her father's exposure to agent orange in the Vietnam war. Th…
 
In this kid goth Victorian house, objects talk...but only to the people who can listen! Find out what happens to Clod Iremonger and Lucy Pennant in this creepy-yet-kid-friendly novel about a bunch of people who live near (and develop a symbiotic relationship with) trash. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. See Privacy Policy at https://a…
 
Jazmin Sawyers (she/her) is a professional long jumper, former bobsledder and singer-songwriter from Stoke. A personal philosophy to say "yes" to as much as possible has taken her to the final of the Rio Olympic Games, Will.I.Am's team on The Voice UK and hosting the red carpet at BBC's Sports Personality of the Year. She is the current British lon…
 
Episode 73 - Dr. Will Tuttle is back and this time we go deep on many subjects from whole food being the solution to our health issues to food opening the channels and enhancing our spiritual connection. Approaching 70 years in age and not going to a doctor for over 50 years Dr Tuttle walls the walk when it comes to ideal health and shares many of …
 
The House of the Spirits is a multi-generational, lightly-magical-realism-y Chilean novel that eventually ends up being about Piochet's military coup, but it's also about the importance of studying events over a long span of time to come to a deeper understanding of why things happen the way they do. Something we could all stand to do more of, hone…
 
For some, it may be hard to believe there are still places that exist in the world where people don't give a second thought to leaving their doors unlocked. Small, safe, secure communities where the possibility of crime is the farthest thing from anyone's mind. 20-year-old Mollie Tibbetts lived in such a place - the tight-knit farm community of Bro…
 
When a shocking crime occurs, people ask “WHY?” Was it about power, ego, or revenge? On KILLER PSYCHE, retired FBI criminal profiler Candice DeLong draws on her decades of experience to reveal why these murderers and criminals committed these acts. She will reveal fascinating new details about what drove these people, including cases she worked on …
 
Tom Rasmussen (they/them) is a Lancaster born, London based writer and singer. When out of drag, they are contributing editor at Dazed Beauty, LOVE Magazine and Refinery29, and a regular contributor to the Independent and i-D. Their work has also been featured in Vice, Broadly, Tank and the Gay Times. In 2018 they were named an LGBT trailblazer by …
 
Episode 72 - Jason Payne has been in the sleep industry for almost two decades. He has worked with over 1400 spinal professionals and many of the top health professionals to create the best sleep system on the planet. In this interview, Jason shares his passion for health and good sleep and his journey to where he is today helping thousands of peop…
 
This sensational punk novel from 1993 got attention because it depicts a LOT: drug use, sex, and all sorts of deviance in late 20th-century Edinburgh. You may even be familiar with the film adaptation starring a young Obi-Wan Kenobi! We also discuss Welsh's connections to (and opinions of) local government, the joy of the beautiful game, and why Cr…
 
We've got lesbian necromancers! We've got spooky mansion murder mysteries! We've got MEMES! What else could you need in your space fantasy? How about a lively chat debating the pronunciation of "Doge"? Find out more about our bonus episode recordings at patreon.com/overduepod. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. See Privacy Policy at htt…
 
Ashley ‘Dotty’ Charles is a broadcaster and writer from south London. After joining the BBC in 2014 she became the first solo female to host the BBC Radio 1Xtra Breakfast Show in 2016, leading the breakfast show to its highest-ever audience and interviewing everyone from Oprah Winfrey to Will Smith. She has presented TV programmes including BBC One…
 
Episode 71 - Nathan is a military veteran, cybersecurity expert, and a few System Science Engineers on the planet. At the young age of 14, he found a natural healing remedies book from the 1930s that was his grandfather's and healed himself of an ailment. The next year at age 15 healed his brother of another ailment. Fast forward Nathan has done ma…
 
It's beach season! And that means it's time for beach reads (whatever that means). We discuss the loose meaning of this genre-slash-marketing-term-slash-state-of-mind, plus a very recent book about a Russian spy who has made it to the top of a fictional (but all-too-recognizable) American tech company. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis.…
 
In November 2017, 24-year-old Nebraskan Sydney Loofe was ecstatic after a successful first date with a woman she’d met on Tinder and couldn’t wait for a second. Her dream match, however, wasn’t who she was claiming to be and her intentions for their second date were anything but romantic. Music Credits: The Minds Of Madness Theme Music – Duncan Fos…
 
Otegha Uwagba is the author of the Sunday Times Bestselling Little Black Book: A Toolkit for Working Women published in 2017 and Whites: On Race and Other Falsehoods in 2020. She is also a speaker, brand consultant and founder of Women Who, a London-based multi-media platform aimed at creative women that operated from 2016 - 2020. She also hosts th…
 
Episode 70 - After receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from West Virginia University in 1992, he gained 3½ years of university hospital pharmacy experience at Duke University Medical Center. During his hospital pharmacy experience, Dr. Misak’s primary focus was clinical rounding in Oncology and General Medicine. As he began to real…
 
The Pulitzer Prize-winning The Hours is a late 20th-century homage to and interrogration of Virginia Woolf's novel Mrs. Dalloway. One woman writes it, one woman reads it, and one woman lives it. Now you can listen to us talk about it! Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Priva…
 
Cathy Reay (she/her) is a writer, editor and disability consultant. She covers disability rights and representation, with a particular interest in the beauty and film industries. She is also a single mother of two and speaks about her life and her experiences on her instagram @ThatSingleMum. There is so much in this conversation. We hear about Cath…
 
Episode 69 - Melody Watts was in poor health with Lyme’s Disease when a friend introduced her to essential oils and through that discovery, she was able to conquer her issue and build up her health so much she now coaches others to improve their health too. In this episode we go deep on the many uses of essential oils for gut health, boosting immun…
 
If you want to read a book where a well-adjusted character responds well to questions about their own sexuality, Giovanni's Room ain't it! But its depiction of one character's internal conflict is still compelling and relevant decades after its release. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy a…
 
Backpacking around the world - very few ideas bring to mind such a sense of adventure, independence, and romantic idealism. For one young woman, in November 2018, traveling the world before jumping into a career was a dream come true. But she never could’ve imagined the danger in store for her in what is widely considered one of the safest countrie…
 
Paris Lees (she/her) is a writer, presenter and the first openly trans person to be a contributing editor for Vogue. Last month, she released her debut book ‘What It Feels Like For A Girl’, an unmissable coming of age memoir, following the story of Byron Lees, growing up on a council estate in a dead-end town in the East Midlands. It’s written in a…
 
Episode 68 - Dr. Scott Treadway, one of the top supplement formulators in the world, goes deep into reading supplements and food labels with the Health Hero Tim James. With their 51 years of combined experience in the supplement industry, Scott & Tim drop some bombshell advice on what to look out for when reading those pesky and oftentimes confusin…
 
Celebrated author and essayist Ta-Nehisi Coates entered the world of fiction in 2019 with The Water Dancer. A combination of his appreciation for superheroes and his years spent researching the Antebellum South, it's a book that tries to marry critique of American history with supernatural adventure. It also argues pretty hard for the power of reme…
 
It’s a case that has haunted Jefferson Township, New Jersey, for more than 30 years. On a snowy January night, 14-year-old Tommy Sullivan did the unthinkable: he murdered his mother in cold blood, set fire to their house, and then took his own life. Out of the flames of this horrible tragedy, investigations revealed that Tommy was, himself, a part …
 
Michael James Wong (he/him) is the founder of Just Breathe and a leading voice in the global movement for modern mindfulness. He is an author, speaker, community leader and meditation teacher who is dedicated to expanding the conversation around the mind and mental health. Michael is internationally recognised for his work in the wellness community…
 
Episode - 67 Dr. Taher is a practicing physician in Gadsden, Alabama. He was raised in Mumbai, India, and trained in family medicine at the Flower Hospital in Sylvania, Ohio. He was a physician, a couch potato, and a pampered consumer who feasted over the best foods without worrying about unhealthy consequences for most of his life. In August 2009,…
 
If you've ever read The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and thought to yourself "this book is an interesting read except for the part at the end where Tom Sawyer shows up" then buddy I have a book podcast for you (it's this one). Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Not…
 
In the very early morning hours of March 19th, 2011, 22 year old Sian O’Callaghan decided to walk back to her apartment after a night out at a club in Swindon, England; a town with a reputation for its safe streets. It’s the reason Sian thought nothing of it to make the short walk back to her apartment by herself that night, totally unaware a preda…
 
Candice Brathwaite is an author, journalist, TV presenter, and the founder of Make Motherhood Diverse – an online initiative that aims to ensure more people see themselves reflected online. Candice’s new book, Sista Sister, is a compilation of essays about all the things she wishes she'd been told when she was a young Black girl growing up in Londo…
 
Episode 66 - In 1994, Dr. Fleming presented to the American Heart Association his "theory" that cardiovascular disease was due to inflammation. What was theory in 1994 has become a well-known fact for decades and was highlighted in 2004, with a feature on ABC's 20/20 News. Patent # 9566037 was issued to Dr. Fleming on February 14, 2017. The Fleming…
 
This week we choose our own lunar adventure! Join us as we learn some moon facts, climb on moon rocks, and make some choices about whether or not to meet Moon Separatists. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
Episode 65 - At age 23 Craig “Sawman” Sawyer joined the navy to serve and protect our great nation. Craig walks us through the physical, mental and emotional abuse that military personnel are put through during training and serving and how that manifests into poor health as you age. At age 57 craig is on two missions: The first mission is to detox …
 
Carolyn Keene wasn't a real person, and we suspect that the Secret of the Old Clock might not actually meet the technical definition of a "mystery"? But dang if that plucky Nancy Drew and her confident stride aren't fun to talk about anyway. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and Californi…
 
On a hot day in Houston, Texas in June 2014, Catherine Martinez had just spent the day with her children as well as her mother and sisters. She was clearing the air after some difficulty with her sons’ father, Russell Neal, and was looking forward to getting back on her feet and expanding her personal training business. But Catherine’s former lover…
 
Enjoy another episode of our newest show-within-a-show! We're reading Edith Grossman's translation of Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes a few chapters at a time. Some Patreon supporters get these episodes monthly, but every two months we'll combine them for general consumption. These episodes cover Chapters 15-27. In Episode 3, Don Quixote, the Kn…
 
Episode 64 - Joel Hirchhorn was a professor and directed research, he worked for U.S.Congress and the National Governors Association. In this episode we get a government insider to cover the safe treatments that were blocked for people to use at home whether they be over the counter drugs or natural vitamins. We also chatted about masks, the PCR te…
 
It's disorienting to read the tenth book in a longrunning detective fiction series without reading any of the books that came before, but Gaudy Night is noteworthy because its heroine Harriet Vane is a precursor to many many women found in today's mystery novels. Just come prepared for the romantic parts and the parts about English high society tha…
 
Episode 63 - Dr. Saied and his co-founder Burgess Andre have been friends for years and finally they discovered a miracle in the forests of Canada that made them business partners. The miracle is pine pollen in its natural form. Contrary to popular belief they dispel the myth that cracked cell pine pollen is better and drop many truth bombs during …
 
Tom Sawyer, a 19th-century amalgam of Zack Morris and Dennis the Menace, has much to teach us about the joys of boyhood and adventure in the pre-Civil War United States. Twain, by extension, has plenty to teach us about racial stereotypes and how they can bog down even the most charming of adventure stories. Check out our previous Mark Twain episod…
 
In the summer of 2016, in the city of Bend Oregon, the future was looking bright for Kaylee Sawyer. The 23-year old had recently decided on becoming a dentist, was in a loving relationship with her long-time boyfriend, and had the full support of her close-knit family. But in the early morning hours of July 24th, while Kaylee was walking alone in t…
 
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