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“I Want to Know” is an interview style podcast that is all about curiosity and asking the unanswered questions in order to take an in-depth look at any given subject. An audible falling down the Google hole. It’s about all of those times you hear of something interesting and then you look up and you realize you forgot to take your hot pocket out of the microwave two hours ago. The topic for each episode could be just about anything: from talking to an expert on a ghost town to interviewing a ...
 
You-Want-To-Know is a radio show where you can find out what you want to know; from spirituality, overcoming child abuse, rape, parents with drug and alcohol addictions, waiting to exhale, spousal abuse, forgiveness, mentoring and motivation. Let's talk about it. Get it out in the open and off our chests.
 
Welcome to the podcast! Who Wants To Know? is hosted by four beautiful men who enjoy talking about music and movies. Drew Griffith, Chad Jaso, Austin Norman, and Zack Wiggs invite a guest each episode to pick an album or movie that they will then discuss. They cover all of the hard hitting questions like, “Why do you like that movie?” and, “Do you think this is a good song?”.
 
In my years as a real estate agent — I’ve seen one single unifying theme that seems to rear its ugly head in almost every single transaction — Fear. Fear of the market — “Is now the right time to buy?” Fear of making a mistake — “What if there’s something wrong with the house I want to buy?” And, yes, even fear of Realtors themselves, “What if I pick someone that won’t protect me?” It paralyzes people from taking any sort of action. Rather than POTENTIALLY making some sort of error, they pre ...
 
Want to learn the latest in veterinary medicine from today’s leading veterinary experts? Each week, our host, Dr. Lori Cesario, board-certified veterinary oncologist, will share what’s new, what’s possible, and what’s on the horizon for our four-legged best friends. Topics will include quality of life, nutrition, cancer treatment, surgery, etc. The goal of this show is to provide hope, inspiration and the knowledge to help your dog live a better and longer life.
 
Hosted by Jessica Thorpe, “Jess Wants to Know” is a multidimensional series of conversations that puts a spotlight on the issues and events that matter most to people. From pop culture, politics and controversies to delving into the back-stories of the world’s most interesting people, the show will explore perspectives beyond popular opinion on current issues and provide a safe space for guests to speak their truths without consequence.
 
Explain Like I'm Five, aka ELI5, is the mini-podcast series where we take the questions you always wanted to ask, and talk about them in a way that is easy to understand. Made possible by the amazing reddit community at r/explainlikeimfive. See episode show notes for user credits.
 
Lynnette and Greg Sheppard believe in raising grownups, not children. This husband and wife pair have spent the past 20 + years in the trenches of raising five very different children, most of whom have insanely strong wills. In the process, they have learned a few things about responsible, respectful, resilient, self-disciplined, independent, faithful young adults who are prepared to meet the challenges of life. They want to share their knowledge and experience with you. Listen in each week ...
 
Welcome to my podcast everyone I hope you all have a good time and listen well and you will be very delighted during my podcast you would learn a lot of new things information that would shock you really shocking Beyond The Realm that you usually think so if you want to think outside the box and then realize that there really isn't a box join my podcast thanks.
 
How can we create lasting changes that benefit our lives in a good way? We're good at research, Googling things, reading books and articles. There is so much information available and there are so many ideas about what it means to be healthy. How can we know what will work best for us? And how can we integrate what we know will help us be healthier and happier into our lives in a sustainable and joyful way? We're talking about what works for us. We're disclosing breakdowns and starting again ...
 
This podcast series is brought to you by Uncomfortable Oxford, a student initiative run by doctoral students at the University of Oxford. With the goal of providing "A Very Brief Introduction to the British Empire," talks are given by doctoral students in history. They are meant for a non specialist audience, but we provide suggested readings if you want to learn more! An audioscript for each episode is also available on our website at: https://www.uncomfortableoxford.co.uk/podcasts The perf ...
 
Welcome to the DIY Home Builder Podcast! This show is dedicated to the intrepid Owner-Builder. That rare breed of individual who shucks convention and embarks on a journey to build their home acting as the general contractor. Listen in as we interview other owner builders, industry professionals and our friends and family, to share their stories and insights regarding building houses. There are a million reasons why you might want to build your own home. The pride of creating something with ...
 
In a world where most people get married, where do you turn for advice if you don’t want to settle down – for now, or forever? Solo is the single person’s guide to a remarkable life. Welcome to the podcast that explores how being unattached affords you the opportunity to be adventurous, start a business, make art, travel the world, get in shape, or simply sleep in when you want to. Join Dr. Peter McGraw – behavioral scientist, humor researcher, and bachelor – as he interviews unmarried men a ...
 
A former sommelier interviews incredibly famous and knowledgeable wine personalities in his tiny apartment. He gets them to talk candidly about their lives and work, and then shares the conversations with you. To see all the back episodes from episode 1 in your feed, and to see new episodes sooner, it is important to SUBSCRIBE. It is free to subscribe. Contact info- Email leviopenswine@gmail.com Instagram @leviopenswine Twitter @drinktothatpod Website illdrinktothatpod.com
 
What problems are troubling you? What’s frustrating you, bothering you, worrying you? What makes you bang your head against the wall or want to pull your hair out? We have practical, hands-on solutions to your problems, frustrations, challenges, struggles, depressions, “aaarrgggghhs” and “errrggs” in a light and entertaining interview style podcast with best-selling authors, self-made millionaires, thought leaders, and highly successful people who have been through your struggles and turned ...
 
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Why do some people believe the Middle Ages never happened? Can we really trust our calendars? Do current world powers have a compelling interest in suppressing our knowledge of the past? Listen in and learn more with Matt and Ben in this week's classic episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
In today's podcast we will talk about how the new administration and party controls in government can impact travel in 2021. Is it safe to travel in 2021? Will there be a vaccine requirement? What are different companies doing to provide incentive for travelers to stay in hotels, fly, or take cruises? Find out more of what we know in the latest pod…
 
In this episode of I Thought You'd Like to Know This, Too, Dr. Peter Mango interviews Dr. Anthony Rizzi, Founder and Director of the Institute for Advanced Physics (December 10, 2020)저자 WCAT Radio
 
While detained by Russian authorities, opposition leader Alexei Navalny released a bombshell report on a secret, opulent compound allegedly owned in secret by Vladimir Putin. The Lizzie Borden house is officially for sale (as an AirBnB). And Mead, Nebraska struggles with largely unacknowledged, widespread contamination from a local ethanol plant. A…
 
Did you know that there are multiple variations of lymphoma and leukemia? Today we’re talking about the many faces of lymphoma and leukemia. These diseases can look like many things. Some are more aggressive than others, so having an exact diagnosis is key. To walk us through that and help us understand it, we are joined by Dr. Anne Avery. Dr. Aver…
 
In this interview, award-winning musical phenomenon Kesha joins the guys on a wide-ranging exploration of everything from UFO disclosure to deep-dive studies of the human brain on psychedelics, allegations of paranormal activity, her new podcast "Kesha and the Creepies" and more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.…
 
How does an air fryer work? Isn't it just a fancy convection oven? Is it really more healthy? What does the air fryer have in common with the instant pot? ... We explain like i'm five! Thank you to the r/explainlikeimfive community as always and in particular the following users whose questions and comments formed the basis of this discussion: rrit…
 
David recounts how he died for 14 minutes, only to return with an astonishing new outlook on life. Lucas asks about the true story of the notorious, unrepentant and unimprisoned cannibal, necrophile and murderer Issei Sagawa. Amy asks about the proposed recruitment/radicalization pipeline from gaming to social media. All this and more in this week'…
 
When I was a teenager, I lost myself trying to be who I thought everyone else wanted me to be. It has taken me years and lots of hard work to find myself again. If there is anything we can do, as parents, to keep our kids from losing touch with who they are and living confidently in their skin, let's do it! What can we do? Listen in for a few tips.…
 
Do you have a friendship that is more important than your romantic relationship? In this episode, Peter McGraw is joined by Rhaina Cohen, a writer and NPR producer, to talk about her emerging work on friendship. They discuss how some people are elevating the status of a friendship to the level of exclusive romantic relationships. Notably, Rhaina no…
 
In the second part of this series, the gang dives into another aspect of the global livestock industry: the lives of the animals and humans involved. Learn more about the hidden reality of life for livestock--and how it could eventually impact the entire world, giving rise to superbugs. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastn…
 
We have all been in situations where the parenting decision that feels right is also inconvenient. It might throw off our day. Or week. It might require putting plans on hold or changing them altogether. Instead of getting frustrated, let's play the long game. It is all about perspective. Listen in for all the details. Download your free guide: 40 …
 
It sounds like the plot of a James Bond film: Some shadowy supervillain holds the world for ransom while threatening to destroy civilization with an earthquake, floods or volcanic eruptions. But some believe that humanity has more control over Earth's than ever before. Why? Could someone really create a natural disaster -- and use it as a weapon? L…
 
What's up Know-It-All's! This week my good friends Allan and Jonathon from the Nerd In Me podcast join me as we look back at the origins of Image Comics. We discuss the early days of this ground breaking company when Marvel's top artists left to create and control their own content. Was it a good move or a disaster waiting to happen? We reflect on …
 
The COVID-19 relief bill contains some surprising-- and possibly groundbreaking -- new directives for UFO disclosure, along with a 180-day timeline that has UFOlogists across the planet freaking out. The guys examine the warnings and speculation regarding the possibility of more violence as the date of the Presidential inauguration approaches. All …
 
Have you ever felt like you didn’t know exactly what to ask your care provider when your dog got sick? If so, you are not alone. This is a common concern that I hear over and over again, so I made a question list for you! In this episode, we’ll first cover questions about diagnosis and treatment. We will also go over how to express your desires and…
 
War is an ugly, abhorrent thing--and it's been with humanity since the dawn of our species. While the practice itself is chock-full of conspiracy, corruption and horror, one aspect of war is often ignored: the practice of forcing children to participate. In today's episode, the guys dive into the disturbing stories of children forced into conflict-…
 
As humans, it is instinctual for us to hold on tight when we feel like we are losing something. That instinct kicks into high gear during the teenage years because we feel like we are losing our kids. And, in a way, we are. But, by holding on too tight, we fail to give our kids permission to fly into the lives they were born to live. How do we let …
 
Why do we feel like throwing up after intense exercise? What is the significance of the Medulla Oblongata? Why are some people more prone to nausea? What are some practical tips for reducing exercise induced nausea? ... We explain like i'm five! Thank you to the r/explainlikeimfive community as always and in particular the following users whose que…
 
An anonymous caller asks for more details on the infamous UN and Oxfam sexual abuse scandal. A listener describes their transformative experience using psychedelics as medicine. Another caller shares an Orwellian story of being kidnapped to work for the CIA. All this and more in this week's listener mail. Learn more about your ad-choices at https:/…
 
Welcome back to the Solo series on making remarkable friends. In this episode, Peter McGraw and Mary Dahm interview a scholar, Ruth Abbey, who has written about an unlikely expert on friendship: Friedrich Nietzsche. They discuss Ruth’s analysis of Nietzsche’s focus on the value of friends. In short, friends make us better people through their hones…
 
As we try to teach our kids that sometimes, they must do things they don't want to do, let me ask you this question: Are you willing to win the battle while losing the war? Which battles are worth fighting with our kids? The ones that will help us win the war. Listen in for all the details. Download my free guide: 40 Skills Every Teen Needs to Know…
 
The UK has ruled against extraditing Julian Assange to the US--not because they disagree with the merits of the accusations, but because they feel Assange has no reasonable guarantee of safety if sent to a US prison (paging Mr. Epstein). The technology used to keep novelty ice cream Dippin' Dots fresh could soon be used to store the Pfizer COVID va…
 
On January 6th, 2021, the Capitol of the United States was attacked in an effort to disrupt the process of certifying the recent Presidential election. As authorities eventually received reinforcements, observers across the country and around the world drew stark contrasts between the way police treated the group invading the Capitol and the way th…
 
We all want our kids to be happy and successful. This month, we are broadening our definition of success, but what about happiness? Is our kids' happiness our responsibility? In this episode, we explore that question. Download my free guide: 40 Skills Every Teen Needs to Know Follow on Instagram Follow on Facebook…
 
What would happen if your general practitioner or oncologist had an emergency and you couldn't get in touch with them? If your dog was feeling sick or really needed a medication refill, would you know what to do or where to go? Some oncology clinics or general practitioner offices actually had to close for two weeks during COVID. These are the type…
 
On January 6th, 2021, the Capitol of the United States was attacked in an effort to disrupt the process of certifying the recent Presidential election. As chaos mounted, Congress was evacuated and insurrectionists, self-identified 'revolutionaries' roamed freely through the building for hours after overwhelming the woefully understaffed authorities…
 
If I have learned anything over the past year, it is that finding peace and hope amidst turmoil and uncertainty is possible. Is it easy? Nope. But it is possible. In this short episode, I will teach you a quick tip to help you see challenges in a positive way. To dive deeper, download the free guide: 40 Things Every Teen Needs to Know Follow on Ins…
 
What is it about grapefruit that makes it incompatible with so many prescription drugs? What is CYP3A4? What about other similar fruits? Why the name grapefruit if there's no relation to grapes? ... We explain like i'm five! Thank you to the r/explainlikeimfive community as always and in particular the following users whose questions and comments f…
 
A Conspiracy Realist arrives to defend Cyberpunk 2077. A caller's shoutout to Randonautica inspires Matt and Ben to delve into the nature of reality, intention, entropy and quantum physics. A mysterious letter from a practicing Discordian Magician sends the gang into a rabbithole of philosophy and phenomenology. All this and more in today's dizzyin…
 
Peter McGraw invites back his good friend, Julie Nirvelli, to kick off a mini-series on how to make remarkable friends. They define what a friend is and what makes one remarkable. They also discuss some tips on how to make and maintain friends--including when to move fast and when to move slow. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Her…
 
It's often said there's a great crime at the heart of every great fortune, but what about institutions, inventions and other noble pursuits? In today's episode, Ben and Matt take a closer look at the deeply disturbing origins of some of the world's most lauded endeavors, from the world of medicine to environmentalism, academia and more. Get an up-c…
 
Could alien life forms really contact human beings? How would they do it? Is it possible that other humans could intercept the message -- and keep it secret? Listen to this classic episode to learn more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com저자 iHeartRadio
 
In Silicon Valley, the unofficial motto is "Fail fast, fail often, fail forward." The tech giants embrace failure because it can be the best teacher. But how do we adopt that mindset and help our kids do the same? Listen in for five actionable tips. To dive deeper, download the free guide: 40 Things Every Teen Needs to Know Follow on Instagram Foll…
 
We are leaving behind a rough year. Perhaps, you are looking back and wondering what you even accomplished. Maybe success feels elusive because mere survival felt like a feat. Parenting is sometimes hard that way. But what does parenting success even look like? Is it kids who never fight or argue? Is it kids who get accepted into top-tier universit…
 
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