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Truth & Justice is a true crowdsourced investigation in real time. Host, Bob Ruff, asks listeners to help with investigations as he takes on a new potential wrongful conviction case every season. The subject of Season 10 is the 1996 murder of Houston woman, Catalina Palomino, and the possible wrongful conviction of 15 year old Jennifer Jeffley. Join the investigation!
 
Hairstylist and Salon Suite Owners - Inspiration, Information and actionable tips for the hairstylist cosmetology student who wants to learn more about working smarter to build a wildly profitable business filled with amazing clients who value your skills or to move BEYOND The Chair. Hosted by Jennifer Kenny, a salon suite expert and consultant who did all of the above and coaches those who want to to create a life of freedom and abundance for themselves. Listen in for talk about being your ...
 
Empowering Women to live their best life that is happy, healthy & free; both personally and professionally!Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Wealth was created as a vehicle to help others in the most important areas of their lives: business, finances, personal growth, family, and more. The goal is to provide women with the resources, tools, and skills they need to prosper, succeed, and remember to laugh from time to time! We're here to help you realize that extraordinary wealth and abundance are ...
 
"This is Personal" looks at the intimate details of a person's life through appreciative inquiry. We delve deep to find out how they got to this singular point in their lives. What are the events, the stories that influenced how their life has worked out? Have they used their past as a weapon or as a gift? By allowing a guest to share their story authentically, we gain both compassion and inspiration from their struggles and successes. And hopefully insight on what we might become as well.
 
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Bob breaks down all the reasons that the State’s case against Pablo Velez was a complete fabrication. The Harris County DA’s office and the Houston Police Department had to lie and hide evidence in order to convict an innocent man. Today's Sponsor: Best Fiends - Download the mobile puzzle game for free on the App Store or Google Play. See Privacy P…
 
Actor Ann Dowd tells us why she was drawn to her latest film, Mass, about the aftermath of a devastating school shooting. With the new Raptors season kicking off this week, the team's official DJ, 4Korners, shares how he's bringing the vibe back to Scotiabank Arena. The Stratford Festival's artistic director Antoni Cimolino remembers the late Canad…
 
Toronto Raptors coach Nick Nurse reveals how the music of Thelonious Monk has influenced his basketball coaching. Jazz critic and WBGO editorial director Nate Chinen tells us why the forthcoming release of John Coltrane's A Love Supreme: Live in Seattle is so special. Kurt Vonnegut's daughter, Edith Vonnegut, discusses a new book of her father's lo…
 
In this episode: Joseph Okaly Guest Bio: I am a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, helping middle class families make their lives more enjoyable through planning and financial education. I also have my own podcast, Enjoy More 30s: Family Finance, where I attempt to help young families learn the important concepts they were never taught in s…
 
Dune director Denis Villeneuve explains why he was eager to helm a big-screen adaptation of Frank Herbert's seminal novel, despite its shaky cinematic past. Grammy-winning R&B singer Brandy looks back on her rise to fame in the '90s. New Yorker magazine cartoonist Joe Dator talks about his new book, Inked: Cartoons, Confessions, Rejected Ideas, And…
 
Sketch comedy troupe Tony Ho is back with Season 3 of their podcast, Old Young People. This season features bonus episodes called “Help Tony Ho”, featuring free-flowing conversations with celebrity guests. In this episode, they’re joined by Ann Pornel and Alan Shane Lewis, comedians and co-hosts of The Great Canadian Baking Show. They’re extremely …
 
Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx discusses his new memoir, Act Like You Got Some Sense, about his childhood in Texas and his experiences as a father. Astronaut Chris Hadfield talks about making the transition to writing fiction with his debut novel, The Apollo Murders, set against the backdrop of the Cold War and the space race. Writer and producer A…
 
Oscar Peterson's wife, Kelly Peterson, talks about the new documentary Oscar Peterson: Black + White, and shares her favourite stories about the late Canadian jazz legend. Canadian soprano Measha Brueggergosman takes us on a musical tour of Fredericton with a special playlist of songs. Folk icon Judy Collins discusses her long career, why 80 is the…
 
British singer-songwriter Nick Lowe reflects on his career and his remarkable longevity as an artist. Comedian Dahlia Belle and Black Lives Matter Canada co-founder Syrus Marcus Ware break down why Dave Chappelle's latest Netflix special, The Closer, has reignited debates around artistic freedom, cancel culture and the historic fight for trans folk…
 
Melissa Etheridge talks about her new album of unreleased songs from the '80s and '90s, One Way Out, and how revisiting her earlier material made her reconsider her journey. The National Ballet of Canada's newest principal dancer, Siphe November, discusses the piece his brother choreographed for them to perform together, called My Mother's Son. Cel…
 
In this episode: Chad Peevy Guest Bio: CHAD PEEVY gave himself permission to break and untangle the mindsets he inherited growing up in an emotionally and physically abusive family in rural Arkansas. Childhood trauma caused depression and anxiety to follow him into adulthood, but Chad developed a method for managing those. He realized he could do m…
 
Author and playwright Tomson Highway talks about his new memoir, Permanent Astonishment, and shares how his childhood was "uniquely Canadian." Actor Brent Spiner discusses his semi-fictional novel, Fan Fiction: A Mem-Noir: Inspired by True Events, all about his time starring as Data on Star Trek: The Next Generation.…
 
Mickey Guyton discusses her debut album, Remember Her Name, and reflects on the lack of diversity in country music's writing rooms. Bilal Baig talks about the creation of their new CBC comedy series, Sort Of, and what it's like to be Canada's first queer South Asian Muslim actor to star in a primetime TV series. Banjo player Béla Fleck discusses hi…
 
Celebrity chef Jacques Pépin dishes on his latest cookbook, Quick & Simple, and the evolution of food television. Writer Uzma Jalaluddin discusses her second novel, Hana Khan Carries On, and how she put a different spin on the rom-com format. Dolly Parton recounts the stories behind her best-loved songs, including Jolene, I Will Always Love You and…
 
Pablo Velez, Jr. was convicted for the 2004 murder of 17 year old Emerson Bojorquez. He was killed in a shootout at a Houston night club. This is the story of how Emerson died . . . and where Pablo Velez was when it happened. Today's Sponsor: betterhelp.com/truth - Get 10% off your first month. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and Ca…
 
The guys discuss listener questions after Sunday's episode where Bob looked into wrongful conviction case of Charles Raby. For more on this case visit savecharlesdraby.com. Today's Sponsor: greenchef.com/justice100 - Use code "justice100" to get $100 off including free shipping. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy…
 
Hannah Waddingham talks about her Emmy Award-winning role on Ted Lasso, how it's changed her life, and why audiences have fallen in love with the show's joy and vulnerability. On this week's Q This music panel, critics A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen discuss the fate of R. Kelly's recorded legacy in the wake of his convictions for sex trafficking …
 
Filmmaker Danis Goulet talks about the real-life inspiration behind her debut feature film, a dystopian sci-fi thriller called Night Raiders. Violinist Jennifer Koh discusses her latest album, Alone Together, based on a project of the same name she launched during the pandemic to help emerging composers. Country star Kane Brown chats about his new …
 
In this episode: Jennifer Keeton Guest Bio: Hi! I'm Jen. In 2015, my daughter was suddenly diagnosed with Williams Syndrome at age 5 and in 2017, I left my corporate life behind in pursuit of more for myself and my family. The journey to take the leap of leaving my corporate identify behind was difficult (as I have been formally working since age 1…
 
Stanley Tucci discusses his new memoir, Taste: My Life Through Food, and explains how his love of food has permeated his personal, emotional and professional adventures. Shad talks about his latest album, Tao, which explores the themes of work, social isolation and our dependence on technology. Reba McEntire looks back on her hit album Rumor Has It…
 
Eddie Izzard talks about touring Canada with her new comedy show, Wunderbar, and why she performs standup around the world in foreign languages — even if she's not fluent. Violinist Er-Gene Kahng explains how an unlikely discovery revived the work of Florence Price, the first Black female composer to have her music played by a major American orches…
 
Fifteen Dogs author André Alexis shares what he learned about love while writing his latest novel, Ring. Vancouver actor Diana Bang talks about her new role on Y: The Last Man — and why it came at just the right time for her. Our screen panellists Radheyan Simonpillai and John Semley discuss the popularity of Netflix's Squid Game, plus the new Sopr…
 
Bob breaks down the apparent wrongful conviction of Charles Raby. Charles was interrogated by Detective Waymond Allen, with the Houston Police Department. Much like Jennifer Jeffley, his interrogation led to Allen typing out a written confession, which Raby signed. Years later forensic evidence seems to prove that the confession was false. For more…
 
Jake Gyllenhaal discusses his latest film, The Guilty, about a 911 operator who receives a call from a woman whom he believes has been abducted. Cassandra Peterson, better known as the campy horror movie host Elvira, talks about sharing her amazing life story in her new memoir, Yours Cruelly, Elvira. Feist discusses her latest project, Multitudes, …
 
In this episode: Jewel Tankard Guest Bio: Jewel Tankard, an economist turned financial powerhouse, ​is taking the world by storm. As a serial network marketer, she has grossed over $5 million dollars and empowered over 250K people in her robust organizations. She has created a global reputation for creating multiple 6-7 figure earners with her succ…
 
Musician Tom DeLonge discusses his latest album with Angels & Airwaves, his music with his former band Blink-182, and his work as a UFO researcher. Actor and comedian Aba Amuquandoh talks about bringing a different perspective to This Hour Has 22 Minutes as the show's newest anchor. Comedian Ron James discusses his new memoir, All Over the Map, whi…
 
Veteran rocker Billy Idol discusses his new EP, The Roadside, which revisits a near-fatal motorcycle accident he spent decades trying to forget. Singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell talks about his latest album, Triage, and how his creative approach has changed since he first emerged on the country music scene in the early '70s. Director, playwright an…
 
Grammy-winning trumpeter and composer Terence Blanchard discusses his latest album, Absence, and his new opera, Fire Shut Up in My Bones, which just opened the Metropolitan Opera's 2021-22 season. Rapper Cadence Weapon talks about winning the 2021 Polaris Music Prize for his album Parallel World. Showrunner Sheri Elwood discusses her new CBC series…
 
Bob sits down with one of the Hosts of True Crime Obsessed, Gillian Pensavalle. A fun chat about dogs rolls into a very serious conversation about updates in the WM3 case, and the Gabby Petito case. Gillian helps draw attention to the hundreds of missing indigenous women in the same area where Gabby’s body was found. See Privacy Policy at https://a…
 
BADLANDS is a true-crime anthology podcast from Jake Brennan, creator and host of the award-winning music and true crime podcast DISGRACELAND. BADLANDS Season 2:Sportsland is all about the shocking rise and fall of sports legends. Listen each week for wild stories about Mike Tyson, Oscar Pistorius, Aaron Hernandez, Evel Knievel, Tonya Harding, Pete…
 
Singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens talks about his new collaborative album with Angelo De Augustine, A Beginner's Mind, and how it was inspired by watching classic films and campy sequels. Our books columnist Jael Richardson fills us in on a new book to check out: Genki Ferguson's debut novel Satellite Love. Music journalist and author Hanif Abdurraq…
 
Broadcaster, hip-hop artist and Manitoba NDP leader Wab Kinew talks about writing his first work of fiction, a young adult novel called Walking in Two Worlds. Musician, painter and actor John Lurie discusses his new memoir, The History of Bones, which gives readers a glimpse into his experience of the buzzing New York art scene of the '80s. Wesley …
 
Actor Annaleigh Ashford discusses her role as Paula Jones — the first woman to come forward with sexual assault allegations against former U.S. president Bill Clinton — in Impeachment: American Crime Story. Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Colson Whitehead talks about Harlem Shuffle, his new crime caper set in Harlem of the late '50s and early '60s.…
 
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