Society And Culture Podcasts
Interviewing modern age women and experts who share their stories of wellness, lifestyle, reinvention and experience on how to live a healthier, more vibrant life. Entrepreneurs for the past 20 years, JoJami and Lana, don’t just talk! As self proclaimed lifetime self-care, soul seeking junkies, they are demonstrating the power of reinvention as they take to the road in a tour bus proving age is irrelevant. For full show notes with links go to www.ladiesroadmap.com and for more fun follow us on Instagram @ladiesroadmap.com.
By JoJami and Lana
Conversations at the Washington Library is the premier podcast about George Washington and his Early American world. Join host Jim Ambuske each week as he talks with scholars, digital humanists, librarians, and other guests about Washington's era and the way we tell stories about the past.
By Mount Vernon
| Winner Best Podcast - NZ Radio Awards 2019 | | Winner Gold Medal - New York Festivals Radio Awards 2019 | Gail Maney was sent to prison on her son's birthday. The police said she'd put a hit on a man who stole drugs from her. She went to jail for 15 years. She's consistently denied having anything to do with the disappearance of Deane Fuller-Sandys. In fact, she says, she never even met him. She isn't sure he was murdered at all. She thinks he'd just ... gone fishing. In this eight-part series, Amy Maas and Adam Dudding investigate the case against Maney. They unravel the conflicting and shifting accounts of key witnesses. They expose major flaws in the police timeline. And they raise disturbing questions about police conduct in the case.
By Stuff | RNZ
An Alpha Hippie is someone who is a leader, someone that is out there each day looking to make a change in others’ lives. The Alpha is the person who won’t sit idly by with a passive acceptance of reality. The Hippie is the love and kindness of it all. The Alpha Hippie Podcast is the celebration of these people and highlights what we are all capable of.
By Angelo Sisco
On February 12, 1971, in Durham, North Carolina, a 20 year-old nursing student and her 19 year-old boyfriend left a Valentine's Dance to park down a secluded lover's lane. They never returned. Two weeks later, their bodies were found deep within the Carolina pines. They had been strangled, tortured, and murdered. Their murders have never been solved. THE LONG DANCE is the story of the lives touched by the murders of Patricia Mann and Jesse McBane. Produced by crime fiction author Eryk Pruitt, investigative reporter Drew Adamek, and sound engineer Piper Kessler, it uses recorded interviews to tell the tragic tale of North Carolina's most baffling murder case. The eight-part true crime podcast is perfect for fans of SERIAL and S-TOWN.
By Eryk Pruitt
Let's talk Self, Health and Happiness with AmandaMuse - YouTuber, Woman, Mother & Friend. Tune in weekly for conversations that make you think, laugh & everything in between! Whether layering ideas, or trying to squeeze in a new outlook between some old ones, Amanda brings optimism and positivity to each episode. Welcome to the The Sandwich!
Author Rae Schneider is a counselor (and listener) who has been partnering with non-profits for the last 8 years to help individuals in high-risk environments get the mental help they need. The vision for the Rarely Right Podcast is to extend that same heartbeat - that everyone deserves to be heard. The world can be a lonely place, but it doesn’t have to be. Here at Rarely Right, we want to celebrate stories, authenticity, and discuss life. Welcome. Support this podcast: <a href="https://anchor.fm/rae-schneider/support" rel="payment">https://anchor.fm/rae-schneider/support</a>
By Rarely Right (MySilentHalf)
A new interview series from the American Iranian Council, a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization dedicated to improving relations between the US and Iran. This interview series covers all topics related to Iran, its culture and its people.
By American Iranian Council
Designing the San Diego-Tijuana region, with Howard Blackson, urban designer, and Larry Herzog, Professor of City Planning, San Diego State University. Exploring critical place-making issues and urban design challenges that all citizens are concerned about in the region.
By Lawrence Herzog & Howard Blackson