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Tell The Bartender - A Storytelling Podcast

Katharine Heller

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Tell The Bartender - A Storytelling Podcast
Tell The Bartender - A Storytelling Podcast

Tell The Bartender - A Storytelling Podcast

Katharine Heller

5
Followers
20
Plays
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Tell The Bartender is a storytelling podcast hosted by Katharine Heller

Latest Episodes

Episode 86/69: Catfish in the Cradle

In this Episode: Chemda and Keith, co-hosts of the Keith and The Girl podcast, were guests on this show years ago. A lot has changed. Chemda "spills the tea" about her recent divorce and why the relationship of 9 years ended, then Keith talks about a story UNFOLDING AS WE SPEAK about his dad, who recently emailed his ex wife. With her permission, Keith is now responding via email as his ex and is learning, well, a lot about his father.

59 MINJUL 19
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Episode 86/69: Catfish in the Cradle

Episode 106: It's Harder To Give Up

In this Episode: Jason, a musician and writer from Ontario, Canada, got sick and ended up in the hospital. He came out of a coma to find he had lost the use of his body. Jason talks about his path, being in a wheelchair, and how humor is always ok. Then Laura shares her story about taking risks, ignoring naysayers, and compares notes with The Bartender about being a fellow empath.

45 MINJAN 1
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Episode 106: It's Harder To Give Up

Episode 105: Pizza and Photos and Vampires (oh my)

In this Episode: Callie and her boyfriend were offered to take free professional couples photos, but they broke up the day before the shoot. So when life gave her lemons, she made pizza. Then T joins The Bartender to talk about acting, their temporary stint as a Jehovah's Witness, and... vampires.

34 MIN2018 OCT 26
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Episode 105: Pizza and Photos and Vampires (oh my)

Episode 104: For The Record (Store)

In this Episode: When he was in his early 20's, David soon realized that being a writer in LA was a lot harder than he thought. But everything changed one day when he walked into a vintage record store. CN: this conversation has talk of depression and suicidal ideation About The Guest: David Nadelberg is a writer, producer, host, and all around a lovely person. He is the creator of Mortified, a storytelling show where people share embarrassing letters, notes and poems things they wrote as kids. His six episode docuseries, The Mortified Guide, is now available on Netflix.

38 MIN2018 JUL 27
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Episode 104: For The Record (Store)

Episode 103: "We Would Have Preferred Phish, Not Actual Fish" And Other Roadblocks While Fighting The Drug War

In this Episode: Derek Rosenfeld and Tommy McDonald from theThe Drug Policy Alliancejoin The Bartender to talk about various obstacles they've experienced working to end the war on drugs. Derek recounts one bizarre tactic to deter a peaceful protest that involved dead fish, (not to be confused with his favorite band Phish), and Tommy recalls celebrating one of the proudest accomplishment of his career during one of the worst nights of his life. PLUS Katharine shares audio of a beautiful speech her sister gave while accepting an award on behalf of her law firm's pro-bono work for helping abused women and children! UNFORTUNATELY the audio also caught a sexist remark from a nearby attendant/colleague about her sister's personal appearance as she took the stage to share an emotional story about their abusive father. So Katharine ends the episode with her feelings about that.

67 MIN2018 MAY 24
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Episode 103: "We Would Have Preferred Phish, Not Actual Fish" And Other Roadblocks While Fighting The Drug War

Episode 102: Rob, and the Concept of Star Stature

In this Episode: Ever wonder what it’s like to understudy four roles in a national tour of a Tony award winning Broadway show? Performer Rob Neill joins The Bartender to talk about his touring adventures withPeter and the Starcatcher, why art is more than just a career, what Tom Hanks is like in the event of an emergency, and then accidentally reveals that he babysat for someone very special (to Katharine).

45 MIN2018 APR 23
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Episode 102: Rob, and the Concept of Star Stature

Episode 101: Revoking Your Ancestral Contract

In this Episode: Nessa Norich, awesome person and fellow New York Neo-Futurist, joins The Bartender to talk about ancestral trauma, how to move forward when there's a familial elephant in the room, and smashing the f@#k out of patriarchy. Then she sings a beautiful song she wrote.

29 MIN2018 MAR 22
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Episode 101: Revoking Your Ancestral Contract

Episode 100: Dollar Store Baby Booties, with Flatbush Misdemeanors

In this Episode: What do you get for the man who had everything? Kevin Iso and Dan Perlman from the hit web series Flatbush Misdemeanorsjoin The Bartender to talk about creating content, working with kids, and the time they bought comedian Kevin Hart a gift that maybe wasn't the best idea at the time.

26 MIN2018 FEB 19
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Episode 100: Dollar Store Baby Booties, with Flatbush Misdemeanors

Episode 99: A New Perspective (brought to you by Visual Snow)

In this Episode: Vanessa Potter woke up one morning and found herself blind and unable to walk. Hear her talk about recovery, facing fear, and hearing colors. YES, HEARING COLORS. Then Melissa Divaris Thompson shares a story about giving birth to her first child, and the lack of “industry of support” around pregnancy and parenthood.

40 MIN2018 JAN 24
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Episode 99: A New Perspective (brought to you by Visual Snow)

Episode 98: Dasha, From Russia

In this Episode: Dasha, who was born and raised in Russia, recently moved to America after years of living in South Korea. She talks to The Bartender about navigating different cultures, the impact of YouTube on Russian politics, and why she thought Putin was an ok guy until a few months ago.

30 MIN2017 DEC 1
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Episode 98: Dasha, From Russia

Latest Episodes

Episode 86/69: Catfish in the Cradle

In this Episode: Chemda and Keith, co-hosts of the Keith and The Girl podcast, were guests on this show years ago. A lot has changed. Chemda "spills the tea" about her recent divorce and why the relationship of 9 years ended, then Keith talks about a story UNFOLDING AS WE SPEAK about his dad, who recently emailed his ex wife. With her permission, Keith is now responding via email as his ex and is learning, well, a lot about his father.

59 MINJUL 19
Comments
Episode 86/69: Catfish in the Cradle

Episode 106: It's Harder To Give Up

In this Episode: Jason, a musician and writer from Ontario, Canada, got sick and ended up in the hospital. He came out of a coma to find he had lost the use of his body. Jason talks about his path, being in a wheelchair, and how humor is always ok. Then Laura shares her story about taking risks, ignoring naysayers, and compares notes with The Bartender about being a fellow empath.

45 MINJAN 1
Comments
Episode 106: It's Harder To Give Up

Episode 105: Pizza and Photos and Vampires (oh my)

In this Episode: Callie and her boyfriend were offered to take free professional couples photos, but they broke up the day before the shoot. So when life gave her lemons, she made pizza. Then T joins The Bartender to talk about acting, their temporary stint as a Jehovah's Witness, and... vampires.

34 MIN2018 OCT 26
Comments
Episode 105: Pizza and Photos and Vampires (oh my)

Episode 104: For The Record (Store)

In this Episode: When he was in his early 20's, David soon realized that being a writer in LA was a lot harder than he thought. But everything changed one day when he walked into a vintage record store. CN: this conversation has talk of depression and suicidal ideation About The Guest: David Nadelberg is a writer, producer, host, and all around a lovely person. He is the creator of Mortified, a storytelling show where people share embarrassing letters, notes and poems things they wrote as kids. His six episode docuseries, The Mortified Guide, is now available on Netflix.

38 MIN2018 JUL 27
Comments
Episode 104: For The Record (Store)

Episode 103: "We Would Have Preferred Phish, Not Actual Fish" And Other Roadblocks While Fighting The Drug War

In this Episode: Derek Rosenfeld and Tommy McDonald from theThe Drug Policy Alliancejoin The Bartender to talk about various obstacles they've experienced working to end the war on drugs. Derek recounts one bizarre tactic to deter a peaceful protest that involved dead fish, (not to be confused with his favorite band Phish), and Tommy recalls celebrating one of the proudest accomplishment of his career during one of the worst nights of his life. PLUS Katharine shares audio of a beautiful speech her sister gave while accepting an award on behalf of her law firm's pro-bono work for helping abused women and children! UNFORTUNATELY the audio also caught a sexist remark from a nearby attendant/colleague about her sister's personal appearance as she took the stage to share an emotional story about their abusive father. So Katharine ends the episode with her feelings about that.

67 MIN2018 MAY 24
Comments
Episode 103: "We Would Have Preferred Phish, Not Actual Fish" And Other Roadblocks While Fighting The Drug War

Episode 102: Rob, and the Concept of Star Stature

In this Episode: Ever wonder what it’s like to understudy four roles in a national tour of a Tony award winning Broadway show? Performer Rob Neill joins The Bartender to talk about his touring adventures withPeter and the Starcatcher, why art is more than just a career, what Tom Hanks is like in the event of an emergency, and then accidentally reveals that he babysat for someone very special (to Katharine).

45 MIN2018 APR 23
Comments
Episode 102: Rob, and the Concept of Star Stature

Episode 101: Revoking Your Ancestral Contract

In this Episode: Nessa Norich, awesome person and fellow New York Neo-Futurist, joins The Bartender to talk about ancestral trauma, how to move forward when there's a familial elephant in the room, and smashing the f@#k out of patriarchy. Then she sings a beautiful song she wrote.

29 MIN2018 MAR 22
Comments
Episode 101: Revoking Your Ancestral Contract

Episode 100: Dollar Store Baby Booties, with Flatbush Misdemeanors

In this Episode: What do you get for the man who had everything? Kevin Iso and Dan Perlman from the hit web series Flatbush Misdemeanorsjoin The Bartender to talk about creating content, working with kids, and the time they bought comedian Kevin Hart a gift that maybe wasn't the best idea at the time.

26 MIN2018 FEB 19
Comments
Episode 100: Dollar Store Baby Booties, with Flatbush Misdemeanors

Episode 99: A New Perspective (brought to you by Visual Snow)

In this Episode: Vanessa Potter woke up one morning and found herself blind and unable to walk. Hear her talk about recovery, facing fear, and hearing colors. YES, HEARING COLORS. Then Melissa Divaris Thompson shares a story about giving birth to her first child, and the lack of “industry of support” around pregnancy and parenthood.

40 MIN2018 JAN 24
Comments
Episode 99: A New Perspective (brought to you by Visual Snow)

Episode 98: Dasha, From Russia

In this Episode: Dasha, who was born and raised in Russia, recently moved to America after years of living in South Korea. She talks to The Bartender about navigating different cultures, the impact of YouTube on Russian politics, and why she thought Putin was an ok guy until a few months ago.

30 MIN2017 DEC 1
Comments
Episode 98: Dasha, From Russia