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The Wingwoman

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The Wingwoman

Charlie and Frankie

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Thirty-something life, honestly. Journalists and best mates Charlie Gowans-Eglinton and Frankie Graddon talk about everything from imposter syndrome and pandemic pregnancy to bad dates and worse hair days. Love, money, frocks and spots: it's all up for discussion
 
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LYPSINC

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LYPSINC

okoli elsie

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I pretty much had a destination growing up. In my twenties and frankly I have no idea where I'm headed to. If this story resonates with yours then let's LYPSINC!!! **life, friendships, finding your space, sex, fitting in, making decisions, love, faith...... PS: Elsie might not be comfortable talking about some of these but she will!
 
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Pod Bless Texas

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Pod Bless Texas

Armadilla Strategies LLC

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Through their podcast Pod Bless Texas, former candidates Lillian Salerno and Kendall Scudder offer a humorous, informative barstool conversation about the good, the bad and the always oh-so-strange politics of their beloved Texas. Believe it or not, sometimes the most important issue doesn’t involve what bathroom you use.
 
A groovy, funky, soul excursion with ... the Stylistics, Delfonics, Intruders, Chi-Lites, Sam Cooke, Al Green, Aretha Franklin, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, Minnie Riperton, Otis Redding, Roberta Flack,Tower of Power, The Moments & more! Broadcasting from Los Angeles, Ca...KPFK 90.7fm. Online @ kpfk.org Your host: teddy Angelo Robinson
 
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The history of Texas is filled with passion and folklore, with icons, heroes and characters that include The Alamo, US President John Tyler and Davey Crockett. But if one were to go back a littler further in time, you'd find that many in that area preferred calling it the New Philippines, instead of Texas. This brief interlude in head-scratching hi…
 
Fantastic news! Magic Mike the third is in production, which has cheered up Frankie up no end. Meanwhile, Charlie is getting her kicks from a TikTok eyebrow hack and imagining what Samantha Jones would get up to in the Big Smoke, in light of the character's fictional relocation (And Just Like That... Peckham?!) Having binged season 4 of Selling Sun…
 
Another spring, another football league. This time it's the USFL, the United States Football League, that will rise from the ashes next April, with slightly updated versions of the original logos of eight of the league's original teams. This story has been in the rumour mill for years, mostly from hopeful fans of the league's original years in the …
 
We've had our first glimpse of the Sex and the City revival, there's a Harry Potter follow-up in the works, and Paris Hilton had a whopper of a wedding: that's hot! We have full-throttle noughties nostalgia this week. Plus, Frankie's been reading about the push to criminalise sending dick pics, and Charlie's been away on a 'workcation.' We're also …
 
Advocacy, lobbying and government relations form the focus on my newest book, Advocacy - Explained! Published by Henley Point, the book will be available on Amazon in the next six weeks or so. The book focuses on the processes of raising the volume on social messages, and amplifying those messages in ways that help impact the political and policy a…
 
The Wingwoman is back! After a summer pause, Frankie and Charlie are back in front of the podcast mic, talking up a storm. On the agenda this week? Charlie's found her first grey hair and considers what that means for her dating life, while Frankie shares her take on staycation sex and asks: does sun, sand and Sangria really lead to a better bonk? …
 
Rush has released special anniversary issues of several albums, including Hemispheres, Permanent Waves, and A Farewell to Kings. These R40s have been given updated sound treatment, packaging, and fancy new artwork. But none of the special 40 re-issues has ever included beer. Recognizing this deficiency, and acknowledging the importance of beer, Mov…
 
Twenty years or so before Boris Karloff portrayed what is perhaps known as the classic Frankenstein monster, another film with the same name was all the rage. Black and white, silent, and perhaps even creepier, Frankenstein by Mary Shelly hit the screens in 1910. Listen this episode to learn more about this early version of Shelly's screen adaptati…
 
A national day of reconciliation is a critical observance, but I wonder if an actual holiday (only for those employed in the federal realm) is the right way to go. In those jurisdictions that did not recognize the day as a public holiday about a month ago, many employers set aside at least part of the day for sensitivity training and related sessio…
 
Love the internet, but not necessarily how so many beautiful people have become transformed into walking soapboxes of misinformation. Know-it-alls with a knowledge-base of information that is ... well, just not quite accurate. You've seen them around. But they are kind of hard to accurately describe, kind of like the Invasion of the Body Snatchers.…
 
Viden om hjernen har til alle tider formet vores opfattelse af psyken og dens sygdomme. I sidste kapitel opdager Lone Frank en forskning, som rækker ud over hjernens biologi og vender hele psykiatrien på hovedet. Den spørger om diagnoserne i virkeligheden er værdiløse og giver hende et nyt syn på den depression, der har formørket hendes liv. Lone F…
 
Lone Franks depression gør hende nærmest ude af stand til at arbejde. I tredje kapitel opsøger hun psykiater Poul Videbæk på Glostrup Psykiatriske Hospital for at forstå, hvad depression overhovedet er. Kan hun hænge det op på ‘for lidt serotonin’, eller er der i virkeligheden gang i noget langt mere kompliceret, som er bundet til hendes liv? Lone …
 
Har Lone Frank et slægtskab med hjernen i spand nr. 30? I andet kapitel griber hun tilbage i psykiatriens historie for at forstå, hvordan forrykthed blev til psykiske problemer, og hvad den udvikling har ført med sig: Er Lone Franks depression et luksusproblem? Lone Frank og de titusinde sjæle er støttet af Lundbeckfonden. Lone Frank har udviklet p…
 
Lone Frank besøger kældrene under det nedlagte sindssygehospital i Risskov og får historien om verdens største samling af menneskehjerner. Titusinde hjerner fra syge, afsindige og plagede mænd og kvinder, som døde på statshospitaler mellem 1945 og 1982. I deres plastikspande venter de stadig på, at videnskaben afkoder deres hemmeligheder. Kan samli…
 
I've always maintained that we, at least sometimes, need to look behind to appreciate what lies ahead (also a fun play on the title of this podcast). Today, Canada's Indian Act is once again at the heart of news and controversy in Canada; however, in ways that few people appreciate. So I took two works of mine, both from around three decades ago, a…
 
Did you know that an animated version of Planet of the Apes was aired on Saturday mornings in the mid-1970s, and that one of the two main voice actors for Fred Flintstone voiced the part of General Urko? Did you know there even was an animated version? This episode talks about the legacy of live-to-animated serial adaptions, which reached their fir…
 
Walk into any one of the select LCBO stores (government-operated booze retail in Ontario), pass through the beer and cider cold room, and you might be lucky enough to see a display of beer cans that resemble a Rush album cover. It's Rush beer. It's here. And, in the humble opinion of this host, it's pretty darn good! Listen to this episode to learn…
 
A national election is underway in Canada, an election that few people seem to want. And the issues being discussed by the candidates amplify that "are-we-seriously-in-another-election" sentiment. For example, a recent "breaking" announcement by the Leader of the New Democratic Party (which, for you non-Canadians, is numerically the third largest i…
 
While Canadians aren't unfamiliar to the world of podcasting, they do tend to lag behind several other countries, including the US and Spain, in many categories, especially listenership. Audio production has a strong and vibrant history in Canada (and globally, originally through Radio Canada), so the lower relative numbers are a little surprising.…
 
This episode is the second part of a summer Rush-themed doubleheader. We first check out three new demos that were recently uploaded to AlexLifeson.com, and the fact that there's more to come. And while there's probably more such material available to share, this episode also talks about what a new, official Rush podcast might sound like. Also be s…
 
What if Rush released an album comprised solely of soundchecks and warmups? Would it work? Would fans buy it? This episode is the first of a summer Rush-themed double-header that talks about how existing material could be put to use in creating an interesting setlist and, equally important, in satiating the appetite that Rush fans have for new prod…
 
Welcome back! In this series we have a new format, debating a single topic and trying to come to a conclusion. This week's question is a simple one: is democracy good? We talk through issues such as participation, tyranny of the majority, the public's responsibility to be an informed electorate and whether everyone not named Adam should be guilloti…
 
This week we discuss the despicable traitor Edward Snowden, depress ourselves further with the policies of George/Jeffrey Osbourne and (sort of) discuss the protests in Turkey and Brazil, as well an epic filibuster in Texas. We also set out the changes for the next series at expense of True Lies, so no Arnie impression. Sorry everyone. For the week…
 
This week we discuss Woolwich and its implications (and come to a few simple conclusions), Obama's defence of drone strikes and may tip slightly towards a pro-EU stance when looking at dissension in the Tory ranks. Plus there's a very good edition of True Lies. For the week beginning 27th May 2013. http://ia801707.us.archive.org/19/items/Series5epi…
 
This week, after an extra week off, we mainly discuss the local elections and the rise of a certain anti-EU party. Brace yourselves, it is a LONG section. We may also have talked about US gun control, Guantanemo, comedy terrorism and had another round of True Lies, but that was during a UKIP induced rage-blackout so we can't be too sure. For the we…
 
This week we discuss a "polarising figure" (4 pence if you can guess which one) in some depth. We also revisit North Korea, Syria and the returning of Knighthoods, along with another round of True Lies. For the week beginning 15th April 2013. http://ia601700.us.archive.org/33/items/Twilseries5episode4edited/twilseries5episode4edited.mp3…
 
This week we have a good long chat about the economy, firstly Cyprus and then the domestic Budget. We also have appearances from UKIP, Arab Spring News!, and those lovable rogues North Korea. Our 3 stories game returns (with a new name) after Ben's dog and Adam ruined the previous one. For the week beginning 2nd April 2013. http://archive.org/downl…
 
This week we record live from the Vatican City. Seriously. We did...maybe. Stories this week, the new Pope, Hugo Chavez, Facebook knows who you are & Turbo Capitalism is sexy. Well, sexy if you like recessions. We lost the 3 story game due to the attack of Ben's dog on our recording studio, she's called Millie. Blame her. Damn Dog. http://ia601701.…
 
This week Ben finally introduces himself on the show. Adam & David join him on the TWIL couch, whilst the boys discuss where they actually went for a year. Stories on this episode include Horse Meat scandal, Killing Disabled Children Idea #1040384 & Mexican air cannons. For the week beginning 4th March 2013. http://ia801701.us.archive.org/12/items/…
 
This week we discuss the new Murdoch rag, Horsegate, Iranian elections, the situation in Homs, David Fisher predicts the news and Mark tells us some worrying news about the Tabloid Hysteria Machine. http://ia700808.us.archive.org/1/items/horsemenhacktwil/twils4e4edited.mp3This Week In Lies による
 
This week Ben returned from his illness, we talked about America and condoms, Falklands being British and got a special present from Hysteria Corp! http://ia600806.us.archive.org/18/items/Thisweekinliess4e3_413/twils4e3ed.mp3This Week In Lies による
 
This week we tried to talk over the new ridiculous air-conditioner in the studio which annoyed Ben so greatly that he had to be restrained by 4 security guards after the show. We also spoke about SOPA/PIPA and why they're stupid, seriously they are really stupid. Michael Gove rose his opininated head once again and came up with a stupid idea. We al…
 
If I had a dollar for every time I've heard that question ... Despite the fact that podcasting has been around since the early to mid-2000s, many people are uncertain about what these things actually are. Aren't they just radio broadcasts available through an app? Not quite. Listen to this episode that talks about some of the common differences (an…
 
This is the final part of the best bits of series 3! With arab spring news, robot news and other funny stories from Series 3, also Mark joins the show for a few more....enlightened views. ENJOY! http://ia700803.us.archive.org/22/items/TWILbestbitspart3series3/besbitspart3series3.mp3This Week In Lies による
 
This episode we have the last 3 episodes of Series 2 where David was away and Adam got bored so he became creative with the editing software and made some very stupid intros. http://ia600802.us.archive.org/0/items/Bestbitspart3series2/bestbitss2p3.mp3This Week In Lies による
 
So this is another part of the best bits of Series 2, with a range of different things from phone hacking, arab spring, hell in a cell and the Daily Fail. We also have some thoughts on the riots in the UK this summer. Hope you enjoy! Part 2 of 3. http://ia600803.us.archive.org/11/items/TWILs2bestbitsp2/bestbitss2p2.mp3…
 
This week we are all still on holiday, so here are the best bits of Series 2 for you to enjoy. Although its mostly Arab Spring and Phone hacking, that bad taste in your mouth is back. http://ia600808.us.archive.org/14/items/TWILbestbitS2p1/s2bestbitpart1.mp3This Week In Lies による
 
This Week we discuss Michael Gove trying to restore Elitism in British Schools, Robot Prison Guards and Cement Buttocks, yes you read that correctly, cement buttocks. http://ia700703.us.archive.org/25/items/thisweekinliess3e7/twil7s3a2.mp3This Week In Lies による
 
This week we looked at the Occupy movement, Syria being silly and Sepp Blatter being once again, an out of touch fool. Adam is still yet to leave the studio. #occupytwil Also Adam and Fish didnt have any headphones so had no idea how loud they were talking. http://ia600801.us.archive.org/28/items/OccupyTWIL/TWILS3E6.mp3…
 
This Week we discuss Germany finding some money down the couch, Greece losing the economic plot and the usual rubbish from the papers! http://ia600704.us.archive.org/26/items/ThisWeekInLies-Series3-Episode2-TheManWithTheGoldenGungoodbye/TWILS3E3.mp3This Week In Lies による
 
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