Playlist · by ava
20 episodes, 10 hours 53 mins
Episode 39 - Pudding Lane & The Moorcock Inn
This week on Twisted Britain Nadine covers the 4 days that London was engulved in flame during the Great Fire of London, and Bob tells a little known unsolved murder from the Peak District, The Bill O Jacks Murders Bob on long story Nadine on short story This weeks promo for: Mirths and Monsters (the award winning) family friendly show, sharing tales of adventures. There's a dog in it too. https://play.acast.com/s/mirthsandmonsters… @mirths_monsters Thanks for listening Please do join us online: Twitter:https://twitter.com/twistedbritain Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/twistedbritain Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/twistedbritain Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/TwistedBritain Merch:https://shop.spreadshirt.co.uk/twisted-britain/ Discord Server :https://discord.gg/napQ3Cb Thanks for listening
Bonus Episode! An Excerpt from Gretchen’s New Book “Outer Order, Inner Calm”
This bonus episode features an excerpt from the audio-book of Gretchen’s new book “Outer Order, Inner Calm.” Order a copy of Gretchen’s new book OUTER ORDER, INNER CALM here: http://outerorderinnercalmbook.com Get tickets for my book tour and Happier podcast live events athttp://gretchenrubin.com/events Get in touch on Instagram: @GretchenRubin & @LizCraft Get the podcast show notes by email every week here: http://gretchenrubin.com/#newsletter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
More than Flyover Country: Sarah Smarsh on her book Heartland
This week proud Kansas native Sarah Smarsh (@Sarah_Smarsh) joined Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) to discuss her new book Heartland: A Memoir of Being Broke in the Richest Country on Earth. From not knowing you’re poor, to feeling shame about your social class, Sarah Smarsh covers what growing up white and working class is like. Next, they discussed the intersection of public policy and private life, and why accurate media portrayal of poverty matters. Sarah ended by adding onto the call for representation amongst journalists and other media figures: “If we don’t know who we are, and we’re just going by these reductive and simplistic narratives, then how can we ever solve the problem?” Thanks to our sponsors! ZipRecruiter finds qualified candidates FOR you. Its powerful matching technology scans thousands of resumes to identify people with the right skills, education, and experience — and actively invites them to apply to your job. So, you get qualified candidates fast. Try ZipRe...
Professional figure skaters Chris and Alexa Knierim shared the same dream when they fell in love and got married - get to the Olympics.....together. They didn’t let broken bones or a mysterious illness get in their way. Their love story is better than Jo’s favorite romantic comedy, The Cutting Edge. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
You Are My Safe Place
The pastors Vanessa Brown and Twanna Gause met as choir girls when they were teenagers. They became best friends. Both of them considered marrying men they didn’t love just to make other people happy. It took 30 years for these two women to find their way back to each other. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
We’re All In This Together
Mark’s lovely wife Giulia has been in the psych ward three times since they got married right after college. You wouldn’t know it to look at her or to talk to her. When Mark first saw Giulia when they were freshman at Georgetown he thought of her as the exotic Italian girl he would be in love with for the rest of his life. Now it’s 18 years, three hospitalizations and two children later and their family’s motto is “We’re all in this together.” This is a story about hope as much as it’s about the ways mental illness can shape and shift a marriage. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Don't Give Up Love
Tami Oldham and Richard Sharp got engaged in Tahiti before they set off to sail across the Pacific Ocean. Only one of them made it to land. This is a story of bravery and survival and a love than transcends life and death. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
SMNTY Classics: What's the buzz on vibrators?
Recently, CES came under fire for rescinding an award given to a handsfree device that allows for a blended orgasm. This points to a broader anxiety our society has around female pleasure. According to a recent study, around half of American adults use a vibrator on a regular basis -- yet the devices remain controversial. In this classic episode, Cristen and Molly explore the history of vibrators, from Victorian society to the modern day. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Fair Play: Women in Tabletop Gaming
Tracy V. Wilson of Stuff You Missed in History Class stops by to discuss the world of tabletop games. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Women in Tabletop Gaming Development
Women are underrepresented when it comes to tabletop game development. Nicole Amato of Cardboard Fortress Games joins the show to share her experiences and offer some advice. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
10: Missing Dexter Guff
After an interview with the author of the book “How to Monetize Your Vacation” goes horribly wrong, Dexter disappears. Documentarian (and Guffhead) Craig Simpson steps in to take the case.
9: Live from Innovation Now
Dexter does a special on-location episode from the Innovation Now conference in Pittsburgh. He is joined by various conference attendees including Steve Jobs and Heather Hamilton. Plus, Dexter finally sits down with his thought leader crush, Sharon Doyle.
8: Quitting and Hiring
Dexter’s long-time producer, Tammy, announces she is leaving the company for another job. In light of this news, Dexter give a Thought Release about “transitions” and his feature interview is with America’s best corporate recruiter, Zeb Cooper (George Basil)
7: Everyone Needs An Executive Assistant
The theme for this episode is all an elaborate ploy by Dexter to interview the executive assistant of the woman he has fallen for, Sharon Doyle. During this interview Dexter obtains information about Sharon’s likes, dislikes and most importantly the name of the conference she will soon be attending. Dex sets a plan in motion to surprise Ms. Doyle with a visit.
6: Train Your Brain To Face Your Enemies
During this episode, Dexter decides to face some personal and professional enemies head on: Dex confronts the man who claims “Guff Pills” gave him kidney stones. While on a roll, he attempts to reconcile a long standing/self imposed feud with the man now married to his ex wife.
5: Why Everyone Should Start A Conference
Dexter explains why starting a conference will give you instant credibility. He interviews conference organizer Heather Hamilton to learn about the “Do’s and Don'ts” of throwing a killer event.He also confides in Heather about his frustrations over his unrequited crush, Sharon Doyle.
4: How To Lead Other People’s Kids
When Dexter’s producer Tammy is forced to bring her delinquent son Conner to work, Dex shifts the focus of the episode and intervenes in this troubled teens life. After an intense one on one with Conner, the two decide to go into business with each other. Dexter also runs into some legal trouble over ‘Guff Pills’,his trademarked brain supplement.
3: Creating Your Own Bubble
Dexter explains how to create a “Personal Bubble” around oneself to block out any unwanted influence. He interviews world famous “Bubbleprenuer” Russell Durant and learns why it’s important to block out negative people, including family. Dexter also begins to develop a crush on another Thought Leader”.
2: Why Meditation Makes You Weak
Former meditation guru turned ‘busy brain’ evangelist, Nancy Newman joins Dexter to talk about the benefits of having a full mind. Dexter launches ‘Hot Guff Talking Yoga’ and he gives his Twitter followers tips on upping their selfie game.
1: You Don’t Exist Without a Personal Brand
Personal branding expert Steve Jobs joins Dexter to talk about how to create global envy with your public persona. Dexter gives a "Thought Release" on how a strong personal brand will help you succeed in any career. And he answers questions posed to him on Twitter.
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