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After 33 years behind the Newstalk ZB microphone, Leighton can’t give it up completely. There were so many requests to continue his opinionated commentary that the prospect of podcasting was born. So, without restriction, Leighton continues to serve up on everything you want to hear about and some things you don’t. Stand by to be enlightened, educated and enraged!
 
Donald Morrison is a writer, editor and lecturer based in Paris and Miami. He is a former editor of TIME Magazine's European and Asian editions. He has taught writing at Tsinghua University in Beijing and the Institut d'Etudes Politiques (Sciences Po) in Paris. His most recent books are "The Death of French Culture" (2008) and "How Obama Lost America." (2012). He has written for the Financial Times, the New York Times, Smithsonian, Quartz, the New Republic, Le Monde, Le Point and other journ ...
 
To be 'problematic' is to present a problem or difficulty. Rob Smith is Problematic because as "America's Favorite Black, Gay Veteran Republican", he lets the radical left know they don't own him, but his problematic views also get him in trouble with conservatives, too. That's because being problematic is about thinking for yourself, as he encourages EVERYONE to do as we tackle the biggest cultural and political issues of the moment. Join Rob as he gives his uniquely problematic take on new ...
 
Husband, father and musician, Granger Smith discusses matters of faith, family, music and the outdoors, while spreading messages of integrity, honor, truth, and restoration grounded in a Christian worldview. This podcast is meant to provide light for the seekers, hope for the bleak, fuel for the motivated, encouragement for the steadfast, and restoration for the faithless. We magnifying the message of a story worth sharing, unashamed to tackle the politically incorrect, sensitive, patriotic, ...
 
Everyone has a story about failure; even successful people. Listen to frank discussions with artists, executives, entrepreneurs, actors, entertainers, and more, about failures of all sorts and how they turned their failures into successes. AOF provides helpful advice for young people (99 and under) on how to find art in our “failures.” Guests include: William Wegman; Adam Liptak, Kevin Allison (RISK! podcast), Michael Finkel, Beri Smither, Bonin Bough, Christina Sass and Rudy Garcia Tolson, ...
 
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Southern Vangard Radio is a weekly podcast that features the latest and greatest underground hip-hop and lively color commentary from Atlanta’s own DJ Jon Doe & rhyme connoisseur Eddie “Cappuccino” Meeks. In addition to dropping every Tuesday, Doe & Meeks don their journalism hats on Thursdays with the Southern Vangard Radio Interview Sessions, which serves as an outlet for artists featured on the mix show to tell their story. Artists such as Consequence, Grap Luva, DJ Trackstar of Run the J ...
 
I’m Rebecca Smith, your podcast host, and High Performance Coach. I’m Director of Complete Performance Coaching and founder of The #PerformHappy Community. Maybe you’re a gymnast with a fear of going backwards. A swimmer who can’t seem to go any faster. Or a parent who is clueless about how to help your child succeed. You might be stepping up to tougher competition and looking to raise your game. Whether you're struggling with a mental block, or you just had the best season of your life, thi ...
 
A monthly podcast with 2 blacksmiths, Jesse and Rick, talking shop and hanging out with guests, all the great things about a pub with a blacksmith frame of mind. A pub is the social center of a community, a place to meet friends, share a drink, swap stories and have a laugh. It’s a place to relax and recharge, so come on in, grab a drink and join the conversation in the Blacksmith’s Pub.
 
Welcome to West Church!A message from Rev. Dr. Andrea SmithWest is a group of people that worship together, online or at Lake Norman High School , Mooresville, NC when we aren’t in the middle of COVID-19).If you come to West on a Sunday morning, you’ll find folks dressed in shorts and tee shirts or athletic apparel, some coming straight from their soccer game. In winter, a pair of jeans and sweatshirt is common.At West, “all” means all people are welcome, and we actually live out that core v ...
 
Are you interested in learning more about complementary and alternative medicine, holistic health, biohacking, mindset coaching, and how to reach the peak of your strength and conditioning game? If so then this podcast is for you! Join coach, holistic health practitioner, professor, and world record strength athlete Dr. Matthew Sabey Smith as he interviews some of the best practitioners in the health field to discuss how they got started and what they do on a day-to-day basis. You will also ...
 
Steve Wyche and Jim Trotter call on their experiences as two black men with 40-plus years combined covering the NFL to bring listeners unfiltered, enlightening, and entertaining conversations about important issues involving the league both on and off the field. Steve and Jim will also talk to the newsmakers and influencers who have impacted both American sports and American culture. It’s the intersection of sports and society that we hope will lead to ongoing, positive and engaging dialogue.
 
Out of the Crisis, a podcast hosted by myself, Eric Ries, highlights leaders from all sectors who are providing and coordinating relief efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. No one is more heroic than the healthcare workers and those on the frontlines treating the sick. But there’s also a role for others, particularly those in positions of privilege, to play in this crisis. As I’ve worked to make my own contributions, I’ve crossed paths with many different people and organizations offering t ...
 
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Episode 113: the Bible commands us to live a certain way for our own protection, not to make our lives bad. He’s projecting us from stories like this one. There is a perfect scenario that when followed reaps huge benefits. Join me and Pastor Chad as we chat about this topic and more on this week's podcast! New podcast every Monday morning! Ask me q…
 
Zibby is joined by professor and poet Maggie Smith to discuss her latest collection, Goldenrod, which includes a selection of the poems Maggie has written since 2016. Maggie shares why she calls herself a recovering pessimist, the reason she doesn't write when she's in the midst of big feelings, and how she often pulls together poems from lines she…
 
Don Lemon is a very famous anchor on CNN, who spends a good deal of his camera time lecturing you and I for not being as moral as him. He’s also in the midst of a very credible sexual assault lawsuit that the media seems intent on covering up. In the post Me-Too Era, why are mainstream media outlets so intent on protecting Don Lemon against this ac…
 
Critical Race Theory is one of the most talked about subjects in America right now, but we rarely hear about it from a Black mother’s perspective. On this 'Problematic' I’m going to break down the history of CRT, what it is, and how it is infiltrating your child’s education, then I’ll talk to conservative commentator and mother Shemeka Michelle abo…
 
"To me, there's always humor at the edge of the darkness." Zibby is joined by Hilma Wolitzer to talk about her new collection of short stories, Today a Woman Went Mad in the Supermarket, which follows one woman throughout her life. The two discuss how Hilma wrote these stories in the large window between 1966 all the way through the pandemic, as we…
 
Dana Canedy's career is incredible — a senior editor at the New York Times, the administrator of the Pulitzer Prizes, and now the senior vice president and publisher of Simon & Schuster — but it's her lost love story that has shaped who she is today. Dana joined Zibby to discuss her book, A Journal for Jordan, which tells the story of how Dana's fi…
 
New York Times bestselling author Riley Sager joins Zibby to discuss his latest thriller, Survive the Night. Riley shares why he loves writing plot twists that the readers will least expect, as well as how this book started with the simplest pitch: "a girl, a killer, a car." The two also talk about why it is that they remember the 1990s better than…
 
Kamala Harris has been an utter failure as Vice President, and the news that senior adviser Symone Sanders is jumping ship is adding fuel to the rumors that she'll likely be replaced as VP and not get anywhere near the top of the ticket. On this 'Problematic' Rob breaks down the real reason she's failing. It's not race or gender - but lack of polit…
 
"I love the fact that we all try and replicate our parents and rebel against them at the same time." Novelist Esther Freud joins Zibby to talk about her latest book, I Couldn't Love You More, and how her fascinating family history inspired its intergenerational story. The two discuss why Esther sought to work on a lighter project than her last, as …
 
Zibby is joined by author and dog mother Chloe Shaw to discuss her debut memoir, What Is a Dog? Chloe shares her unique literary career as well as the stories of some of the dogs who have impacted her the most. The two also talk about the importance of community in Chloe's life, why this is the perfect book to gift any dog lover, and how the many f…
 
Zibby is joined by Nora Zelevansky to talk about her latest novel, Competitive Grieving. The two discuss how the death of a friend often also means the loss of a shared history, why moms often feel the need to conceal their grief from their children, and what they each have planned for their own funerals. Read Nora's essay on Moms Don't Have Time t…
 
On this week's podcast: Guesting, is Australian journalist Rebecca Weisser. She relates the detail of two doctors’ experiences with the ever encroaching power of authoritarian government.We outline the thoughts of a former National MP on the new leadership.And we dip into the Mailroom with Mrs Producer. File your comments and complaints at Leighton…
 
Last week, a man named Darrell Brooks drove his car into a parade in Wisconsin, killing six people and injuring dozens more. And there’s enough video evidence of him on social media to indicate that this was an anti-white terrorist attack - but this is currently being memory holed by our corrupt mainstream media who does not want to accept the hatr…
 
Although Jodi Picoult is the bestselling author of 26 novels which have collectively sold over 40 million copies, the pandemic affected her just like everyone else. After interviews with frontline workers, Covid-19 survivors, and a man who accidentally got trapped on the Galapagos Islands in March 2020, Jodi wrote Wish You Were Here, her take on a …
 
Episode 112: A spouse cannot be your rock. What if they leave or pass away? You would be left broken and your kids would be ruined. The only person that should be your rock is God. Join me as I chat about this topic and more on this week's podcast! New podcast every Monday morning! Ask me questions! #GrangerSmithPodcast or email me at grangersmithp…
 
Pamela Paul, editor of the New York Times Book Review, joins Zibby to discuss her latest book, 100 Things We've Lost to the Internet. The two joke about the irony of their meeting about this book on Zoom as well as all of Pamela's promotional coverage on social media. They also talk about the pandemic's effect on our online activity, how our online…
 
Zibby is joined by Bernhard Schlink, author of the international bestselling book, The Reader, to discuss his latest novel, Olga. Bernhard shares how the titular character was inspired by the women in his family, which of his own experiences shaped the novel's premise, and why he prefers to read a very specific type of book. Purchase on Amazon or B…
 
"I think making mistakes is a really important part of parenting. It's actually good for our kids when we screw up because it's an opportunity for us to take responsibility." Melinda Wenner Moyer joined Zibby and former podcast guest Christina Hillsberg for a virtual event with the Strand Bookstore to discuss her first book, How to Raise Kids Who A…
 
In Biden’s America, crime is rising, inflation is making your holiday dinner more expensive than ever, and the incompetents leading the administration don't seem to have any answers. In this 'Problematic', Rob breaks down everything that is hurting Americans leading into the holiday season, plus he breaks down why a crazy MSNBC guest bashing Thanks…
 
Educator, parenting coach, and author of Social Justice Parenting Dr. Traci Baxley joins Zibby to talk about her work on and off the page. Traci and Zibby discuss how to talk about marginalization with children to start raising compassionate and active allies, the impact that radical love can have in a child's life, and why maternal activism is mag…
 
When photographer Gillian Laub completed her visual book Family Matters last Thanksgiving, she had no idea where her family would be today. Although Gillian had been photographing her family consistently since 1990, the 2016 presidential election and their subsequent support for Donald Trump changed the shape of her work and the dynamics of their t…
 
Zibby is joined by former Wall Street Journal editor Melanie Kirkpatrick to discuss her book, Thanksgiving. Melanie shares how her research for Thanksgiving led to her most recent work of non-fiction, Lady Editor, about the often-overlooked life story of Sarah Josepha Hale, the woman who helped make Thanksgiving a national holiday. Melanie and Zibb…
 
Journalist, producer, and author Denise Kiernan joins Zibby to talk about her latest book, We Gather Together. Denise shares how she sought to weave together the history of Thanksgiving, a biography of the woman who helped make it a national holiday, and research on the benefits of actively practicing gratitude. The two also talk about what it was …
 
Zibby is joined by Kris Clink to talk about her sophomore novel, Sissie Klein Is Completely Normal, which dives into the life story of a minor character from her debut. Kris and Zibby talk about their respective podcasts, how Kris's friends have inspired her stories, and which book is coming next in her Lark Lovejoy series. Read Kris's article for …
 
On this week's podcast: The very clever Jeffrey A. Tucker of Brownstone Institute returns to pick up from where we left off in podcast 129. We talk Inflation and the threat it is, the damage it can and will inflict, and what the Central Banks can do about it (essentially nothing). Tucker also revisits the Covid plague, and discloses why Bill Gates …
 
Late last week, Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges in the self-defense case that captured nationwide attention, but at least one party is absolutely guilty of misinformation and spreading outright lies - our morally corrupt, narrative driven, and race obsessed corporate mainstream media. We have to call out their hiding of information an…
 
"The thread that runs through all of my work is that I don't like when people are not heard or seen." Zibby is joined by short story writer, professor, and novelist Carolyn Ferrell to talk about her latest book, Dear Miss Metropolitan. The two talk about the real-life events that partially inspired this novel, how Carolyn handled her own mental hea…
 
Episode 111: I'm afraid of disappointing my dad, my former wife was murdered, and I want to be a country singer. Join me and my friend Brent as we chat about this topic and more on this week's podcast! New podcast every Monday morning! Ask me questions! #GrangerSmithPodcast or email me at grangersmithpodcast@gmail.com…
 
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and author Louise Penny joined Zibby for an event with the Temple Emanu-El Streicker Center to discuss their New York Times bestselling political thriller, State of Terror, which centers around one of Secretary Clinton's greatest fears: the possibility that terrorists could get ahold of nuclear weapons. Sec…
 
Watch this message in our series "Chasing Contentment", based on the Netflix hit series "Squid Game". How to give grace to people who don't deserve it. Does everyone deserve to be given grace? What are ways I can show grace to others? West Church | Mooresville, Lake Norman, North Carolina Pastor Andrea Smith…
 
Author of London's Number One Dog-Walking Agency Kate MacDougall joins Zibby to discuss not only her memoir but the real-life career change that inspired it. MacDougall shares how she always knew the story had the potential to become a book, what it was like to watch her now-husband fall in love with dogs over the course of their relationship, and …
 
On today's episode of the PerformHappy podcast, I'm going to be talking the two reasons why talent is actually the main cause of fear and anxiety in athletes. I'll be discussing why talent is the main cause, the mindset that keeps these athletes stuck, and how you, the parent, can help break that cycle.…
 
Amy Mason Doan joins Zibby to talk about her third novel, Lady Sunshine, which was inspired in part by a song off of the album, Mermaid Avenue. Amy shares why all of her books grapple with nostalgia and past friendships, how she used an oft-forgotten story about Woodie Guthrie to shape the premise of her story, and the unique place where she wrote …
 
Among many of its bad habits, the Biden administration is becoming notorious for one: using the full force of the federal government against Americans deemed insufficiently loyal to King Biden and Queen Kamala. First, the military was pressured to spy on its recruits for signs of republicanism in its ranks, then, the Biden admin colluded with the N…
 
Former Ambassador to the United Kingdom and Sweden Matthew Barzun joins Zibby to talk about his latest book, The Power of Giving Away Power, and how the best leaders are often the ones who don't lord their power over others. Matthew shares how his experience with the 2008 Obama presidential campaign and his interactions with Queen Elizabeth sparked…
 
Clinical psychologist Dr. Inger Burnett-Zeigler joins Zibby to discuss her new book, Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen, which grew from her 2018 New York Times article, "The Strong and Stressed Black Woman." Inger and Zibby talk about the different ways in which Black women are sharing their experiences through both fiction and non-fiction, the ef…
 
On this week's podcast: Businessman Murray Bolton took the bureaucracy to the High Court and fought for his rights, and by default for our rights. We talk government, how to succeed if you are young, the Bill of Rights and more.We have a word with Muriel Newman from NZCPR. She has written a letter to the Prime Minister outlining why “we” don't love…
 
Bestselling author Kaira Rouda joins Zibby to talk about her two novels, The Next Wife and Somebody's Home, both of which she wrote during the pandemic lockdown. Kaira shares how she took the advice she gave to other women in her career prior to writing and became the novelist she always wanted to be, what inspired her to make the shift to domestic…
 
"We wanted to give you that final nudge and the permission to understand that you are not alone." Zibby is joined by Zelmira Crespi and Maria Montt, co-authors of Happy Mom, Happy Kid. The three talk about their experiences as working moms, the research Zelmira and Maria conducted for this book, and what they found to be the best solution for strik…
 
Episode 110: In an ultimately offended world, we try not to offend... But there's a limit where that inhibits us from speaking the truth. Join me and my friend Bernie as we chat about this topic and more on this week's podcast! New podcast every Monday morning! Ask me questions! #GrangerSmithPodcast or email me at grangersmithpodcast@gmail.com…
 
Joshua Henkin joins Zibby to discuss his latest novel, Morningside Heights, which took him eight years and three thousand pages to write. Joshua shares how the story was inspired by his own family's experience with Alzheimer's and his childhood growing up on the Upper West Side. The two also talk about Joshua's MFA program, how growing up in an aca…
 
Join West Church LKN for our new message series "Chasing Contentment" based on the Netflix series "Squid Game". Do you love money so much that it takes away from your faith? At what point does money become "evil"? Is it bad to have a lot of money? Watch this message as we wrestle with these questions about money and how it relates to faith. West Ch…
 
John Freeman, editor, anthologist, and creator of the literary annual Freeman's, joins Zibby to discuss how he put together The Penguin Book of the Modern American Short Story, as well as his esteemed career in the publishing industry. The two talk about what makes a strong short story, why those who work in publishing are some of the most hopeful …
 
On today's episode of the PerformHappy podcast, I'm going to give you 5 lessons from my very own performance anxiety journey. Stress is known to rise during this time of the year so I'll be talking about how performance anxiety showed up for me as an adolescent and adult, as well as the 5 lessons I learned to handle nerves.…
 
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