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What is the past, present, and future of U.S. policy towards sub-Saharan Africa? Judd Devermont, Director of the Africa Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), and Nicole Wilett, Chief of Staff at the Open Society Foundations, sit down with diplomats, journalists, civil society activists, and academics to discuss policy recommendations for the Biden Administration. In 15 minutes or less, these episodes deliver the goods on U.S. relations with African countries, ...
 
Join Clinical Psychologist and Yoga Teacher Dr Lauren Tober, for intimate conversations on life, gratitude, wellness and spirituality with some of the world's best teachers and thought leaders. Find all the show notes at www.laurentober.com/podcast. If you loved this show, help us spread the love by commenting and subscribing!
 
New album coming to Bandcamp on February 5th 2022. HeartBeatHero Radio: Your friendly neighborhood synthwave podcast. Join me for great music, artist interviews and triva games. Become a Patreon and support the show https://www.patreon.com/heartbeathero Watch parts of the show on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1W_4lSGW8g The next live show is December 18th. Satruday Night Paris Time. with guests, interviews, trivia and of course great music. on twitch.tv/heartbeathero https://soun ...
 
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Variety Awards Circuit

Clayton Davis, Jenelle Riley, Jazz Tangcay, Michael Schneider

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"Variety Awards Circuit" podcast, hosted by Clayton Davis, Jenelle Riley, Jazz Tangcay and Michael Schneider (who produces), is your one-stop listen for lively conversations about the best in film and television. Each week "Awards Circuit" features interviews with top film and TV talent and creatives; discussions and debates about awards races and industry headlines; and much, much more. Subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or anywhere you download podcasts. New episodes post ever ...
 
Simplify is a podcast for anyone who’s taken a close look at their habits, their happiness, their relationships, or their health and thought, “There’s got to be a better way to do this.” Hear ideas that get you to better from Gretchen Rubin, David Allen, Rebecca Traister, Dan Savage, Seth Godin and many more. Hosted by Caitlin Schiller and Ben Schuman-Stoler. Brought to you by Blinkist.
 
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Haim artist Alana Haim discusses her first-ever feature role, “Licorice Pizza,” as well as her hugely popular band with her sister, their long history with director Paul Thomas Anderson, and much more. But first, our Awards Circuit Roundtable dives into the hot topics of the week, including how COVID has disrupted this Oscar season and the tattoo t…
 
Cate Blanchett discusses her duo of Oscar contenders, “Don’t Look Up” and “Nightmare Alley,” as well as her new venture with Pedro Almodóvar, for whom she will be starring in (and producing) “A Manual for Cleanining Women.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Clayton Davis, Jenelle Riley, Jazz Tangcay, Michael Schneider
 
HeartBeatHero Radio 0037 - Happy New Year - Kitka - Helsinki Project - Coolmowee - Basmore info soon...Special Guests:https://www.instagram.com/kitkatheband/https://soundcloud.com/helsinki-projecthttps://soundcloud.com/coolmoweehttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJl1GJpB9UNGgOFieMbdW4ASeason 5: soundcloud.com/heartbeathero/sets/heartbeathero-radio-se…
 
Rachel Zegler discusses taking on the iconic role of Maria in Steven Spielberg’s new version of the landmark musical “West Side Story.” But first, our Awards Circuit Roundtable dissects the SAG Awards nominations and shares its pick for who should host the Oscars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Lin-Manuel Miranda discusses writing the music for Disney’s “Encanto”; directing his first feature with “Tick, Tick Boom” and casting Andrew Garfield as Jonathan Larson; his first music memories and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Clayton Davis, Jenelle Riley, Jazz Tangcay, Michael Schneider
 
Welcome to the first show of 2022! Over the course of this new season, co-hosts Robin Renée and Wendy Sheridan and their guests will explore aspects of FREEDOM. The season’s featured interviews begin with Robin’s conversation with Brian Loebig. Brian Loebig is an enthusiastic small business owner, entrepreneur, teacher, and speaker who loves to sha…
 
Welcome to the first show of 2022! Over the course of this new season, co-hosts Robin Renée and Wendy Sheridan and their guests will explore aspects of FREEDOM. The season’s featured interviews begin with Robin’s conversation with Brian Loebig. Brian Loebig is an enthusiastic small business owner, entrepreneur, teacher, and speaker who loves to sha…
 
Halle Berry talks about directing and starring in “Bruised,” as well as her desire to work with Zendaya, her advice for Zoë Kravitz’s Catwoman and more. Later, Ariana DeBose discusses her star-making turn in Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
J.K. Simmons discusses playing William Frawley, aka “I Love Lucy’s” Fred Mertz, in Amazon’s “Being the Ricardos.” And the Awards Circuit Roundtable catches up on what we watched over the break and share some Golden Globe winner and SAG Award nomination predictions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Nicolas Cage speaks extensively about his career, from being born into a family of artists (his uncle is Francis Ford Coppola) and his unique acting choices over the years to his current film, “Pig.” Also in this episode, Vicky Krieps and Mia Wasikowska discuss their intertwined roles in Mia Hansen-Løve’s “Bergman Island.” Learn more about your ad …
 
Please enjoy this interview with rap performer and entertainer ’89 the Brainchild while we take a little winter rest and relaxation (and prep for next season). ’89 talks about his music — which has been called a mix of hip hop, house, techno, and nu-disco — and shares his thoughts on acceptance and self-acceptance in the music industry. Check out t…
 
Please enjoy this interview with rap performer and entertainer ’89 the Brainchild while we take a little winter rest and relaxation (and prep for next season). ’89 talks about his music — which has been called a mix of hip hop, house, techno, and nu-disco — and shares his thoughts on acceptance and self-acceptance in the music industry. Check out t…
 
HeartBeatHero Radio 0036 Christmas Special with the Retro CrewDecember 2021more info soon...Season 5: soundcloud.com/heartbeathero/sets/heartbeathero-radio-season-5Season 4: soundcloud.com/heartbeathero/sets/heartbeathero-radio-season-4Season 3: soundcloud.com/heartbeathero/sets/heartbeathero-radio-season-3Season 2: soundcloud.com/heartbeathero/set…
 
Penélope Cruz discusses her latest film with Pedro Almodóvar, “Parallel Mothers,” as well as her other varied roles and what she’s drawn to in film. Later, we chat with Tessa Thompson about her film “Passing,” and we also wind up dissecting the new “Sex and the City” spinoff. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
“Dopesick” star Michael Keaton discusses the Hulu limited series, and how it taught him a lot more than what he thought he knew about the origins of the opioid crisis — and the actions of the Sackler family, who promoted OxyContin with the lie that it was non-addictive. Keaton also talks a bit about what convinced him to wear the Batman suit once m…
 
“Spencer” director Pablo Larraín discusses his new film, about a dramatic weekend in the life of Princess Diana, and how he might do one more reimagined biopic after this one, culminating in a trilogy that started with “Jackie.” But first, our Awards Circuit roundtable dissects the recent Critics’ Choice and Golden Globe nominations, and any surpri…
 
"Tick, Tick... Boom!" star Andrew Garfield discusses his big year, which includes playing Jonathan Larson in the new musical film from director Lin-Manuel Miranda, as well as televangelist Jim Bakker in "The Eyes of Tammy Faye." Oh, and reprising that web slinger character he once portrayed. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adch…
 
Please enjoy this interview with Tarot Grandmaster Christiana Gaudet while we take a brief winter break. Christiana has some wonderfully insightful things to say about wisdom we can draw from The Wheel of Fortune, Justice, The Hanged Man, and the Death/Rebirth cards. Check out the whole episode and show notes at The Four Cards of Acceptance (Episod…
 
Please enjoy this interview with Tarot Grandmaster Christiana Gaudet while we take a brief winter break. Christiana has some wonderfully insightful things to say about wisdom we can draw from The Wheel of Fortune, Justice, The Hanged Man, and the Death/Rebirth cards. Check out the whole episode and show notes at The Four Cards of Acceptance (Episod…
 
French director Julia Ducournau, who burst onto the world filmmaking scene in 2016 with “Raw,” discusses her latest film, “Titane.” She discusses her journey to creating the new project and her struggle to connect with the main character. But first, the Awards Circuit roundtable discusses “West Side Story,” “Don’t Look Up” and the upcoming Critics …
 
Director/writer Adam McKay's script to the new film "Don't Look Up" was written pre-pandemic, but then things kept happening in the real world that were just like the script. We talk to McKay about his new Netflix film, and how it cuts perhaps a little too close to home. Plus, he details how Meryl Streep improvises and much more. Learn more about y…
 
As Season 3 of “Succession” comes to a close, star Sarah Snook discusses the tumultuous year for Shiv, and what might come next for her character — and the show. Also: “Succession” composer Nicholas Britell on the HBO drama, as well as his work on the new film “Don’t Look Up.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Sparks musicians Ron and Russell Mael, the subject of Edgar Wright’s documentary “The Sparks Brothers,” talk about their busy year, which also includes writing the screenplay and creating the music and songs for the film “Annette,” starring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard. Also, the Roundtable discusses Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story” and the…
 
Mahershala Ali discusses his new film “Swan Song,” in which he plays both himself and his clone, and what it was like to reunite with his “Moonlight” co-star. Naomie Harris. And yes, we try to sneak in a “Blade” question or two as well. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Clayton Davis, Jenelle Riley, Jazz Tangcay, Michael Schneider
 
Pedro Serrano was born in Newark, NJ and grew up in the Columbus Homes Housing Projects. His childhood memories include “riots, cockroaches big enough to ride to school, and cherry blossoms in the spring.” He is a spoken word artist, was the producer and host of Generation Q, a gay community affairs program on WRSU 88.7 FM, and is a longtime member…
 
Pedro Serrano was born in Newark, NJ and grew up in the Columbus Homes Housing Projects. His childhood memories include “riots, cockroaches big enough to ride to school, and cherry blossoms in the spring.” He is a spoken word artist, was the producer and host of Generation Q, a gay community affairs program on WRSU 88.7 FM, and is a longtime member…
 
Carine Kaneza Nantulya (Human Rights Watch) joins Judd and Nicole to discuss U.S.-Burundi relations and why the Biden administration should engage on human rights and democracy issues to ensure Burundi’s next elections are free, fair, and transparent. Plus, why Burundian royal drummers—accompanied by Jennifer Hudson—should be incorporated into the …
 
Judd and Nicole are joined by Christopher Fomunyoh (National Democratic Institute) to talk U.S. policy toward Cameroon. They discuss how the Biden administration should approach the country’s Anglophone crisis—including by appointing an envoy—and why Washington should implement its own strategy toward Cameroon while working with France and Central …
 
Mvemba Dizolele (CSIS) joins Judd and Nicole to discuss U.S. policy toward the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Mvemba explains why the Biden administration should shift its focus from humanitarian crisis to political crisis in the DRC, and recommends that Washington prioritize security sector reform and trade and investment with U.S. compan…
 
Ambassador Robin Renee Sanders joins Judd and Nicole to discuss U.S. policy toward the Republic of Congo, also known as Congo-Brazzaville or Congo-B. Ambassador Sanders recommends that the Biden administration engage current President Denis Sassou on a two-three-year plan to transition out of office, as well as maintain support for security initiat…
 
“The Tragedy of Macbeth” star Corey Hawkins discusses his experience working opposite Denzel Washington on Joel Coen’s take on the iconic Shakespearean play. He additionally chats about his tremendous year, including “In the Heights.” Also on this episode, we talk to “Old Henry” star Tim Blake Nelson. And the Awards Circuit Roundtable on “Licorice …
 
“Tick… Tick… Boom!” star Robin de Jesus talks about his experience working opposite Andrew Garfield in the film, which chronicles playwright Jonathan Larson and how he created the landmark musical “Rent.” But first, our Awards Circuit Roundtable discusses “Spencer,” “Being the Ricardos” and the sheer number of screening events taking place around L…
 
Kristen Stewart discusses taking on the role of Princess Diana in the Neon feature “Spencer,” whether there’s a parallel to her own life, as well as the status of her adaptation of the memoir “The Chronology of Water” and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Clayton Davis, Jenelle Riley, Jazz Tangcay, Michael Schneider
 
Kyle Schickner is a writer, director, filmmaker, and activist. He is the driving force behind Fencesitter Films, a film company that focuses on telling stories about people of color, women, and BLGTQ communities. Kyle’s latest film is A White Man Walks Into a Barbershop, a documentary of his cross country road trip focused on having down-to-earth c…
 
Kyle Schickner is a writer, director, filmmaker, and activist. He is the driving force behind Fencesitter Films, a film company that focuses on telling stories about people of color, women, and BLGTQ communities. Kyle’s latest film is A White Man Walks Into a Barbershop, a documentary of his cross country road trip focused on having down-to-earth c…
 
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“King Richard” star Aunjanue Ellis discusses her experience working opposite Will Smith in the film chronicling the rise of tennis phenoms Venus and Serena Williams, and how she’s enjoying a bit of a career renaissance. Also, our Awards Circuit Podcast roundtable discusses our first impressions of Oscar contenders “House of Gucci” and “Licorice Piz…
 
Jonathan Majors plays cowboy Nat Love in director and co-writer Jeymes Samuel’s debut feature film “The Harder They Fall.” Majors discusses his role in that epic western from Netflix, as well as his recent entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe via “Loki,” his recent Emmy-nominated turn in “Lovecraft Country” and much more. Learn more about your …
 
Dr Lauren Tober sits down with Anneke Sips. Anneke is a psychiatric nurse, a yoga teacher, yoga therapist and the founder of Network Yoga Therapy in Amsterdam. In this episode they speak about Anneke’s less than straight-forward journey marrying yoga with psychiatry, how we seek health and get lost in cures, the challenges with the mental health sy…
 
“Belfast” star Jamie Dornan talks about working with director Kenneth Branagh on his deeply personal film, which also happens to be Dornan’s first release since the passing of his own father. He also shares how his infectious turn in “Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar” gave him some insight into his dad, and gives hints to the screenplay he’s been …
 
Dakota Johnson discusses her experience working on Netflix’s “The Lost Daughter,” the adaptation of the Elena Ferrante novel, as well as what an Oscar nom would mean for her, and what’s next. But first, our Awards Circuit roundtable discusses this weekend’s new releases, including “Spencer” and “Eternals.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit me…
 
Emma is a writer, editor, and multimedia storyteller based in the Washington, DC metro area. She is the person behind Plate Less Ordinary, where she shares stories about food, culture, and technology. In a world that prioritizes quantity — see social media algorithms and food porn — Emma chooses quality. She believes everyone owes it to themselves …
 
Emma is a writer, editor, and multimedia storyteller based in the Washington, DC metro area. She is the person behind Plate Less Ordinary, where she shares stories about food, culture, and technology. In a world that prioritizes quantity — see social media algorithms and food porn — Emma chooses quality. She believes everyone owes it to themselves …
 
Clifton Collins Jr. brings life and beauty to his performance as a horse racer feeling the effects of decades on the equestrian circuit in “Jockey.” Also, our Awards Circuit roundtable discusses the latest regarding the tragic death of cinematographer Haylna Hutchins on the New Mexico set of the film “Rust.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
 
Imagine having a mentor that’s available 24/7 to advise you on whatever challenge life puts in front of you—wouldn’t that be nice? In this bonus episode, Ken Page guides you through The Inner Mentor Process™, a guided meditation practice. In this practice, you'll find you're able to bypass your inner critic and get a message from your own personal …
 
Writer and director Maggie Gyllenhaal discusses her debut feature “The Lost Daughter” and Jake Gyllenhaal talks about acting and producing “The Guilty,” both films on Netflix. Also, the Awards Circuit roundtable discusses the openings of “Dune” and “The French Dispatch” and what their Oscar chances might be, plus the return of HBO’s “Succession.” L…
 
Christiana Gaudet began reading tarot professionally in Putnam, Connecticut in 1994. She now offers private readings from her office in Palm City, Florida and serves a worldwide clientele remotely. She is the author of Fortune Stellar: What Every Professional Tarot Reader Needs to Know and Tarot Tour Guide: Tarot, The Four Elements, and Your Spirit…
 
Christiana Gaudet began reading tarot professionally in Putnam, Connecticut in 1994. She now offers private readings from her office in Palm City, Florida and serves a worldwide clientele remotely. She is the author of Fortune Stellar: What Every Professional Tarot Reader Needs to Know and Tarot Tour Guide: Tarot, The Four Elements, and Your Spirit…
 
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