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Storyteller explores how and why we tell stories. From writers to musicians, therapists to architects, we are all engaged in building the world we live in through the stories we tell about ourselves, others and the world. A podcast for the curious, host Lisa Golden interviews this wide range of storytellers to explore the nuance, beauty and quirky edges of how and why a story has been told, exploring how the way power, art, otherness and belonging continues to change across time. See acast.c ...
 
We park. I step out of the car. I walk slowly. I hear the gravel under my feet. Ahead I see the gorgeous blue sky, and a sacred mountain manifests. A giant rock eagle spreads its wings, ready to fly. I step closer and stare into the canyon. My heart beats faster. Almost five thousand feet below, a river flows, pencil thin. I'm terrified yet in awe. As I contemplate the landscape before me, all concepts, identities, and words disappear from my mind. • If you have ever experienced something li ...
 
Venture into a fantasy setting known as 'the Continent' and experience it through the eyes of three very different individuals. Edge, the Freelancer forced into accepting a mission against his will, surrounded by those he cannot trust. Mia, the errant Knight with a troubled past and Dante, a shape shifting assassin. Though unaware, each of them holds in them the potential to bring about a new Golden Age. Golden Age is a full-cast audio production spanning multiple seasons and featuring an or ...
 
Bridge to Bridge podcast with host Big Mike and Beiwatch is an interview series that dives into the successful careers of well-known athletes, brand-builders and entrepreneurs from various professions. We discuss the sacrifice behind the hustle and the day to day grind that these individuals live by and adhere to. Thank you for tuning in the Bridge to Bridge podcast. Please don't forget to connect on social media platforms and please comment, subscribe, and rate this podcast.
 
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One of the all-time great child stars reflects on anchoring six films for Walt Disney (including 'Pollyanna' and 'The Parent Trap'), breaking into grown-up roles and writing her new memoir 'Forever Memoir.' Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg and produced by Matthew Whitehurst. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
In the wake of the unexpected loss of a great chatacter actor who played, among many other parts, the most memorable character on the greatest TV show of all time — Omar Little on ‘The Wire’ — we resurface a 2011 conversation he had with Scott Feinberg about his scar, his struggles and his salvation. Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg and produced b…
 
In his last interview, the TV legend best known for playing Lou Grant on the landmark comedy series 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' and drama series 'Lou Grant' — he won Emmys for both, as well as for 'Rich Man, Poor Man' and 'Roots' — reflects on his late-breaking success, his date with Mary Tyler Moore and life during the pandemic. Credits: Hosted by…
 
A titan of ’50s and ’60s popular music — rivaled only by Elvis Presley, who once opened for him — reflects on reconciling his religious upbringing with mainstream stardom, his now-controversial covering of songs by Black artists and being one of the last people put under contract to a Hollywood studio before the studio system’s collapse. Credits: H…
 
One of the most admired stage and screen actresses of her generation shares her conflicted feelings about her star-making run run on 'The X-Files,' why she subsequently left and then returned to Hollywood and what it means to her, after so many ups and downs, to now receive universal acclaim for her portrayal of Margaret Thatcher. Credits: Hosted b…
 
17 years into our journey as a couple, my husband Mario and I continue to marvel at the depth of our connection. In this episode we reflect together on the meaning of relationship and love. Please take a moment to rate this episode on podchaser.com or apple podcast. You can follow Update from the Edge by subscribing on the podcast platform of your …
 
On episode 20 we connect with the face of NBA 2K - Ronnie Singh AKA "Ronnie 2K". We discuss growing up in the Bay, his rise at 2k Sports, and the future of NBA 2K. For more of Ronnie check him out on his social's Twitter - @ronnie2k Instagram - @ronnie2k Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/Ronnie For more Bridge to Bridge Twitter - @b2bsf Instagram…
 
One of the most artistically and commercially successful producers in Hollywood history, a 2018 recipient of the Academy’s Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award, reflects on breaking into the biz 53 years ago with Peter Bogdanovich, the chance encounter that resulted in his longtime collaboration with Steven Spielberg and marriage to Kathleen Kennedy a…
 
The much loved actors' actor, now an Emmy frontrunner for Disney+'s first MCU series, reflects on learning to improvise with the Frat Pack, cornerning the market on sexually daring parts and landing the role she was meant to play... all along. Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg and produced by Matthew Whitehurst. Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
 
The first female VP at a major Hollywood studio (UA in the 1970s), who died on August 3 at 95, spoke with Scott Feinberg in 2013 about working on Madison Ave. in the 1960s, transitioning from being a top literary agent to a top production executive and lessons she learned while helping to make ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,’ ‘Rocky,’ ‘Carrie,’ ‘…
 
The powerhouse team of documentary filmmakers behind some of the most acclaimed and socially impactful docs of the 21st century reflect on their very different backgrounds, how they began collaborating and how sexual misconduct became the major theme of their work together. Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg and produced by Matthew Whitehurst. Learn…
 
The Australian multi-hyphenate reflects on the filmmaking collective that he helped to establish 25 years ago, leveraging an early role in 'Star Wars' and the varied credits that have followed, from 'Warrior' to 'Loving' to, most recently, Barry Jenkins' acclaimed limited series adaptation of Colson Whitehead's bestselling novel. Credits: Hosted by…
 
The star of Hollywood's Golden Age turned author, who is now 90 and celebrating the 65th anniversary of her start in the movies in 'Giant' and 'Baby Doll,' shares the pros and cons of being a sex symbol, memories of James Dean and Marilyn Monroe and thoughts about the #MeToo movement — including an unpopular opinion of Bill Cosby, who was unexpecte…
 
Do you consider yourself a spiritual person? This week on Storyteller, host Lisa Golden speaks to author, psychologist and former Chosen Chief of The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids, Philip Carr-Gomm, about what modern spirituality looks like for those who've moved away from the formal religions of their childhoods. In this wide-ranging topic the…
 
The best character actor working today, according to a 2021 industry survey, reflects on how he came to acting by way of the scene shop, why he quit the profession for two years in the early 2000s and what explains his remarkable past decade — a Tony nom, an Emmy nom (with another likely next month) and roles in five best picture Oscar nominees, tw…
 
Seventeen years ago I met Mario, my husband, in New York City. When I moved in with him I began to unravel my cultural identity. Please take a moment to rate this episode on podchaser.com or apple podcast. You can follow Update from the Edge by subscribing on the podcast platform of your choice. Music by Asepirawan20, Jorik Basow, and Krassmas gene…
 
The first lady of television reflects on how her challenging childhood shaped her as a person and an actress, early jobs that were expected to be game-changers but proved not to be and the origins and evolution of her close collaboration with Ryan Murphy. Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg and produced by Matthew Whitehurst. Learn more about your ad…
 
Are you ready for some storytelling school? Today's class - the love interest Queer Creative's founder Cathie Swan takes us on a deep-dive into how the deepest human desire to find love has been used to write some truly terrible love interests over the years. Using 2007's blockbuster hit Next starring Nicolas Cage and Jessica Biel, Cathie guides us…
 
The character actor's character actor — there's a reason the 'Six Degrees' game is named after him — reflects on lessons learned from early projects like 'Animal House' and 'Diner,' why he sabotaged his own stardom after 'Footloose,' how he later reinvented himself as a character actor and why his attitudes towards television changed. Credits: Host…
 
Chuck Matto - AKA Chucks Flavor Train is a grill master, lover of life, and entrepreneur. Chuck has gone viral on social media with tips and recipes for everything BBQ related. With a huge personality and a passion for spreading love, he's become a favorite for foodies.저자 Big Mike and Beiwatch
 
Are we all burnt out? The term became so ubiquitous during the pandemic it came close to losing its meaning. However for many people struggling to managing the stresses of lockdown, childcare, demanding jobs and economic uncertainty, it became a way to communicate something quickly and with limited vulnerability. "I'm burned out" became a way to sa…
 
The beloved comedy writer, actress and producer — the first female head-writer and second female 'Weekend Update' anchor in the history of 'Saturday Night Live' — reflects on the roots of her interest in comedy; her 'SNL' experience, from Poehler to Palin; and her experiences with series TV, from '30 Rock' to her pandemic projects 'Mr. Mayor' and '…
 
Hello fellow Storytellers! This is a quick updates and apology for the pause in interviews. Lisa is back next week with some of the world's most interesting and dynamic storytellers, as well as new episodes of Storyteller Basics where we can all learn more about the craft of storytelling. Thank you for your patience and please check out the new web…
 
The thrice Oscar-nominated and twice Emmy-winning founder/CEO of Blumhouse, who the New York Times called "the king of low-budget horror movies," reflects on getting his start by producing college roommate Noah Baumbach's directorial debut, becoming an independent producer after years of working for Harvey Weinstein and making his name with breakou…
 
The comedienne who went viral with her videos lip-syncing Donald Trump reflects on walking away from a Google to pursue comedy, what it was like becoming famous during a global pandemic and her new Netflix comedy special. Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg and produced by Matthew Whitehurst. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adcho…
 
The indie darling turned Marvel star reflects on what she learned from older sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley, overcoming debilitating panic attacks as her own career suddenly exploded and finally getting to portray Wanda Maximoff's humor and complexity on Disney+'s first MCU TV series. Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg and produced by Matthew Whitehur…
 
On this episode we're joined by our youngest brother Dan Stornaiuolo. Dan is the founder of Capital Protection Security company in Sacramento, CA. Also joining us are Jim McDonald and Mike "Silent Mike" Far - They host the 50% facts podcast and own 3rd street barbell gym in Sacramento, CA.저자 Big Mike and Beiwatch
 
The brilliant and funny writer, talker and thinker reflects on how she first wound up in New York, her decades-long battle with writer's block and what it's like being the subject of a Martin Scorsese documentary and docuseries. Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg and produced by Matthew Whitehurst. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.f…
 
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