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  • Award-winning BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews deep and quirky outsiders, such as a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath. Joining the mix are such celebrated thought leaders as feminist Helen Lewis, Lord Daniel Finkelstein and free speech advocate Andrew Doyle.

    The aim is to surprise you with a totally different story every time in this 2x Apple Noteworthy show. One week, we're in a Michigan prison with a man who accidentally killed his girlfriend in a botched suicide, the next we're in Australia with the Coffin Confessor, and then we're in the Andes with a plane-crash survivor who had to eat his friends. The only thing that links them all is their place On the Edge. 

    This is for fans of Louis Theroux, Joe Rogan and Adam Buxton. New episodes every Monday.

  • The Radical Mother Village Podcast with Christa Bevan

    A Radical Mother is a woman poised in her power ready to disrupt cycles of generational trauma that runs in her family like wildfire. Dedicated to transcending these cycles of trauma to change our lives, the lives of our children, and the landscape of our communities, radical mothers get out of bed each morning prepared to take on the work no one before us has done. We refuse to hand down our inherited traumas, choosing instead to metabolize its poison and transcend its grasp.

    This podcast is designed to support, empower, and educate you on your journey of mothering radically. Whether you’re a veteran mother with grown children, a new mama with young little ones, or maybe even just thinking about becoming a mother in the future, my goal is for you to feel supported along the way.

    In this podcast, we’ll cover topics ranging from the science of stress responses to reconnecting with your intuition to strategies for dealing with anxiety and overwhelm and hear inspiring stories of other radical mothers who have done this work before.

    I’m your host Christa Bevan and I’m a certified TRE provider (which stands for tension & trauma releasing exercises), trauma-informed yoga instructor, and also a dynamic self-care coach for moms. And of course, a fellow radical mother. My approach to this work blends neuroscience backed tools and heart-centered intuition.

    So if a radical mother is you also, you’re in the right place. I’m so excited you’re here and I can’t wait to get started with you because I truly believe that when mothers heal, the world heals.

    If you’re looking to connect further, you can join the conversation over on Facebook → facebook.com/groups/theradicalmothervillage

    To find out more about Christa you can visit → christabevan.com

    To grab a FREE copy of The Ultimate Reset List with 20+ neuroscience backed activities to help you go from chaos to calm head to → christabevan.com/ultimateresetlist

  • Brainy Moms is a psychology and parenting podcast with smart ideas to help moms and kids thrive! Hosted by cognitive psychologist Dr. Amy Moore (a mom of 3) and child development researcher Teri Miller, MS Psy (a mom of 9), this weekly show features conversations and guest experts in parenting, psychology, child development, and education with practical tips to help moms navigate the ups and downs of parenthood.

  • Extra! Extra! Nick is giving you an inside look at your favorite shows in the Nickelodeon Extras! Podcast. Go behind the scenes of shows like Big Time Rush, Sam & Cat, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Fairly OddParents, Sanjay and Craig, and more!

  • Let your little ones in the story of the world into a sweet dream! This podcast features a variety of fascinating stories tailored to different age groups. Parents and their children will enjoy original and classic good stories and share quality time. Also, children will experience truth, goodness, and beauty in the stories and let go of their imagination to feel the wonder of the wide world. If you like us, please give us a like and subscribe to us!

  • FASD Family Life podcast is where we get REAL about raising children and youth with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Host and FASD Educator, Robbie Seale, synergizes her 20 years lived experience, in-depth knowledge of FASD and the best research to educate, encourage, equip parents and caregivers raising children and youth with FASD. Robbie's passion is to help families thrive, because she knows the struggle is real and so is success. Weekly episodes of FASD Family Life discuss the challenges families experience and delivers effective strategies to improve family cohesion and increase understanding of this complex disability. Do you have a question about FASD or are you struggling with a challenging situation? Email your questions to FASDFamilyLife@gmail.com for a personal response from Robbie Seale. Your questions may be discussed in a future episode.

  • When Bugs & Daffy get invited to the Warner Bros backlot for a big Thanksgiving feast, Daffy refuses to go unless he gets to be the official bird of Thanksgiving. The only way to do that? Make Daffy the star of a big-budget holiday movie: Thanksgiving Day. Only problem is, Daffy isn’t famous enough to star in his own movie, so Bugs & Daffy have to take a road trip all across the country, making stops at football games, chili cook-offs, and fashion shows in order to raise Daffy’s profile, get his movie made, and make him the Thanksgiving Duck!

  • The Treehouse is a biweekly look at the things our kids engage with in the world. This podcast is designed to encourage and equip you, the parent and kids ministry leader. Hosted by Michael Lenahan.

  • This is a must-hear podcast for pet owners wanting access to the latest in pet quality of life and longevity. Whether your pet has fur, feathers, scales or shells, Cathy and Chris believe in treating your pet as a whole, both mind and body. Continuing a collaboration that began in 2003, Cathy and Chris share the gift of gab as well as their network in the pet rehab community. Using their vast expertise as Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioners (CCRPs), Cathy Symons CVT, CCRP, and Chris Cranston MPT, CCRP, offer relevant information and provocative interviews on their podcast, PetAbility. With an emphasis on mobility and independence, their show is about improving function, restoring confidence, alleviating fear, providing mental stimulation, and easing pain to help your pets live their best lives.

    Read on for more information about Cathy and Chris…

    Cathy Symons is the author of Blind Devotion: Enhancing the Lives of Blind and Visually Impaired Dogs. She was inspired to write this book after her first pug, Booda, lost his sight at the age of seven. Several years later, Cathy adopted a blind pug named Digger and wrote a children’s book, Watching Out for Digger, which she uses as a teaching tool for young children to learn about living with a disabled dog.

    After fifteen years of practice as a veterinary technician, Cathy went on to study canine rehabilitation at the University of Tennessee. In 2003, Cathy was one of the first thirty-six people in the world to become a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner. Shortly thereafter, Cathy was instrumental in establishing one of the foremost veterinary rehabilitation centers in the United States, the Sterling Impression Animal Rehabilitation Center of New England. She continues to follow the latest options in pet rehabilitation, including digital thermal imaging and laser therapy, and is currently working on her third book, Senior Dogs: Maintaining Mobility and Independence.

    Cathy resides in the New England area with her husband and their pug, Mac. Mac is a very confident little nugget who enjoys doing nose work with his mom.

    Chris Cranston has 16 years of experience in pet rehabilitation. She is excited to share her knowledge and reach a wide pet-loving audience through the PetAbility podcast. Chris loves seeing that light bulb go off when educating pet owners, so a podcast seemed like a natural fit.

    Chris started her career as a physical therapist (PT) – with people. When she moved to the Boston area in 2002, she saw it as an opportunity to do something different, so she combined her existing PT skills with her passion for animals. Chris became a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner through the University of Tennessee in 2004, one of the first 100 persons in the world to receive this certification. In addition to her CCRP designation, she has a Masters of Physical Therapy (1989) and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology (1987) from the University of Iowa.

    Chris had a successful mobile practice, consulted with a myriad of general practices and specialty clinics, and started the physical rehabilitation service for a large multi-specialty and emergency organization in the Greater Boston region. All this was before founding FlowDog, a stand-alone, full-service small animal physical rehab facility in Waltham, MA. In 2017, Chris sold her business to the esteemed Angell Animal Medical Center of Boston, and is now podcasting, consulting privately, conducting workshops, teaching classes and providing PT services for a local holistic veterinary practice. Of course, Chris prioritizes enriching the lives of her twin Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Julep & Baxter, through agility and other activities, while keeping her cat, Midge, from taunting them to utter frustration.

  • I am Sayee Abhijit Khalate from Global Indian International School, Smart Campus Singapore. I am 7 year old and love to make own podcast with diffrent subjects like stories, learning, talk on some historic peoples, scientist etc.I love to read book and make podcast on that book for you all.

  • Nature and Science 4 Kids produces engaging stories and facts about nature and science from a Christian perspective, so kids of all ages can explore their world one episode at a time.

  • This podcast will help all parents with kids of all ages to learn how to decode the mysteries and challenges of being a parent in today's challenging times. We will concentrate on practical parenting approaches that you as a parent can use right away! There are tips and tricks as well as plenty of real life stories to help you see that you can make a difference in your family's life in simple yet noticeable ways. In order for your kids to change, you need to change first! The ripple effect is real and lasting. Enjoy the ride!

  • Timeless classic fairytales, folktales, and fables were narrated in a different way by BabyBus. We are going to take you on a journey of the fantastic story world. The stories tailored for kids are perfect for bedtime routines, car rides, and road trips. If you like us, please give us a like and subscribe to us! Come on, Let‘s start our incredible journey right now.

  • Feel like you’re in survival mode in this season of parenthood? Is parenting no longer enjoyable and you’re so far from where you want to be as a parent? I’ve been there, and others have, too. You’re not alone.Parental Seasons is a weekly podcast that dives deep into various parenting hiccups and how to get out of survival mode and into thriving - both you and your child.

  • Sweet Potato Music is a musical podcast for children ages 4-10 that’s funny, imaginative and loaded with educational content. Episodes will explore theoretical concepts, instruments, musical traditions and the power music has to make us feel and bring us together.

  • Get to know the people, places and things to do around the Bay Area.

  • Somewhere in a midwestern town, four sisters are committed to raising their ELEVEN children (and counting) side-by-side, to the glory of their Heavenly Father. They work, they play, they eat, they cry, they teach, and they laugh--together, through good times and bad.

    They believe community is difficult, full of hurt feelings and self-sacrifice. But, for the sake of the entire family, it's worth it.

    Come along with us!

    Amanda+Luke=12 years married, 4 kids
    Megan+Korey=9 years married, 3 kids
    Tabitha+Joe=4 years married, 2 kids
    Marla+Tim=3 years married, 2 kids

  • Mike Bobbitt is an entertainer and a storyteller, but more importantly, he's a new dad. Movies were an important part of Mike's childhood, shaping him into the man he is today. Mike interviews his friends and families about their own relationship with the movies they grew up with. He also talks to parents about their experiences with their own kids and film. Along the way, Mike makes an important discovery about what it means to be a parent.

  • Weekly conversations with amazing moms who choose a life of hope, joy, and purpose. Topics include all things mom: marriage, parenting, pregnancy & baby, health & wellness, and home. Lead by Christa Svoboda, mother, wife, teacher, and friend to some amazing women.

  • Making a great meal doesn't have to be so hard, even for dads. Join Chris and Phil as they figure out food, fatherhood, and everything in between. Dad's Kitchen drops new episodes weekly with fun and helpful content for dads learning to cook.

  • Candy is a powerful and dynamic speaker who brings bold truth amidst a "tip-toeing" culture. She is not shy in her approach as she empowers and inspires you to step into your God-given authority and go against the grain of cultural norms. You'll find valuable resources on parenting, technology, overcoming your past, living a life of faith, walking in your destiny & identity, and intimacy with God.