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Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries. Subscribe to Fresh Air Plus! You'll be supporting the unique show you can't get enough of - and you can listen sponsor-free. Learn more at plus.npr.org/freshair
 
Its late, nothing like getting some fresh air. Every Saturday, Vash Daddy and Easy Breezy air it all out, HIGHLY comical conversations about who knows what. If you're looking to relax and laugh, then grab some fresh air, grab a drank, and join us for this adventure of a podcast.Catch us every Saturday doing this LIVE on Twitch.tv/ItsMeVash
 
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Fresh Air At Five

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Fresh Air At Five

FreshAirAtFive

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Welcome to FreshAirAtFive the Podcast. I’m your host, Bryon Carpenter. FreshAirAtFive is my regular attempt to exercise by walking about my neighborhood, to take in Podcast content or an audio book, then reflect in an unedited video which I finally post it to my Twitter Chanel. This podcast will be a regular collection of the audio from these selfie-videos as a collection of about a week or so of these daily videos. Thank you for stopping by to take a listen. A part of the Education Podcast ...
 
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A Breath of Fresh Air

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A Breath of Fresh Air

Sandy Kaye

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A music magazine that celebrates the music we grew up with and the people who made it. It's a deep dive into the hits of the 60's 70’s and 80’s as we track down your (and my) favourite artists who provided the soundtrack to our lives. Together we relive that magical musical era and check in with some of the biggest names of the day. It's all about their lives, their stories and their music. Join me for a series of warm, friendly, personal and enriching conversations. Revisit the music and re ...
 
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A Breath Of Fresh Air

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A Breath Of Fresh Air

Professional Conference Organisers Association

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Welcome to the 'A Breath Of Fresh Air' Podcast, celebrating the best in innovation and leadership from those who are creating a positive change in the business events industry. A podcast brought to you by the Professional Conference Organisers Association and hosted by Libbie Ray from Connected Event Group. This podcast provides listeners with behind the scenes access to some of the key innovators in our industry as they share their honest and raw insights. It highlights how collaboration, i ...
 
Fresh Air with Terry Gross, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Each week, nearly 4.5 million people listen to the show's intimate conversations broadcast on more than 500 National Public Radio (NPR) stations across the country, as well as in Europe on the World Radio Network. Though Fresh Air has been categorized as a "talk show," it hardly fits the mold. Its 1994 Peabody Award citation credits Fresh Air ...
 
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Fresh AiR

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Fresh AiR

Answers In Reason

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‘Fresh AiR’ is a podcast, hosted by Joe, Martijn and Dave, and has taken over as the main podcast on Answers in Reason. Fresh AiR hopes to bring a fresh perspective on a number of topics you might hear from the atheist community. Philosophy, Psychology and Science are our primary topics but these cross over into the realms of religion, pseudoscience, and conspiracy theories too. SciPhi is the live recorded YouTube steam from the folks that brought you Fresh AiR, with new guests and another w ...
 
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Over this past year, the Taliban have broken their promises to allow girls to continue their schooling and women to keep their jobs. Many girls and women are disappearing — arrested for violating the morality code, or abducted and forced to marry one of the Taliban. We talk with British/Iranian journalist Ramita Navai, who went undercover to speak …
 
Arna Wahl Davies discusses how lockdowns across New Zealand throughout the Pandemic forced the business events industry to come together and implement new ideas and strategies in order to survive. Arna highlights how this collaboration within the industry has lead to a positive approach to events starting up again and forecasts that this united app…
 
In this episode, I share my daily reflection posted on Twitter @bryoncar, from August 1st to 5th, 2022 I reflect on these podcast episode from my listens on the: 2nd: Got Teched E117 "14 EdTech Team Building Activities to Start the School Year" 3rd: House of EdTech E205 "The Canva Classroom with Amanda Fox" 5th: The Tom Schimmer Show E78 "We Must L…
 
This week: It's our 100th episode of A Breath of Fresh Air so we're celebrating by bringing you the most requested artists of all time. We hear from the stars and reminisce through their classic hits. You voted for these guys so here they are. We start with the inimitable GORDON LIGHTFOOT who at 83 years of age is still going strong and currently o…
 
Lamont Dozier was one third of the Motown songwriting team Holland Dozier Holland. He died Monday at the age of 81. Along with brothers Brian and Eddie Holland, he helped define the Motown sound, writing 10 Number One top hits for The Supremes, The Four Tops, Martha and the Vandellas, and Marvin Gaye — songs like "You Can't Hurry Love," "Baby Love,…
 
Investigator Paul Holes spent his career cracking cold cases. His work led to the arrest of the so-called Golden State Killer in 2018. He spoke with us about the case the the impact the work has had on his mental health. His memoir is Unmasked. Also, Maureen Corrigan reviews Mohsin Hamid's latest novel, The Last White Man.…
 
Melanie Lynskey spoke with Fresh Air producer Ann Marie Baldonado about coming up as an actress in the '90s and 2000s, when she was typecast as the best friend. Now she's the lead in the Showtime series Yellowjackets. John Powers reviews the second season of Reservation Dogs.द्वारा NPR
 
The first time women's soccer was included in the Olympics, in 1996, the U.S. team won the gold, and Briana Scurry was the team's goalie. She went on to win a second gold medal and a World Cup. Her soccer career was ended by a severe concussion, in a collision on the field. Unable to work, broke and in despair, she pawned her gold medals. She got t…
 
Russell, who led the Boston Celtics to 11 NBA titles, died Sunday at the age of 88. He was also the first Black head coach in the NBA and a civil rights activist. He spoke with Terry Gross in 2001. Also, we remember a champion of traditional Irish music, Mick Moloney. He died last week at 77. He was a musician and a musicologist who revived forgott…
 
Journalist Ramita Navai went undercover in Afghanistan to film her new PBS Frontline documentary and found that girls and women are being arrested for violating the morality code. Also many girls are abducted and forced to marry Talibs.द्वारा NPR
 
Journalist Will Bunch says instead of opening the door to a better life, college leaves many students deep in debt and unable to find well-paying jobs. His new book is After the Ivory Tower Falls. Podcast critic Nick Quah reviews two podcasts about counterculture, Mother Country Radicals and I Was Never There. Also, we remember radio pioneer Larry …
 
It's estimated that more than 107,000 people in the United States died due to opioid overdoses in 2021. Washington Post journalist Scott Higham says it's "the equivalent of a 737 Boeing crashing and burning and killing everybody on board every single day." In the new book, American Cartel, Higham and co-author Sari Horwitz make the case that the ph…
 
In this episode, I share my daily reflection posted on Twitter @bryoncar, from July 25 to 29, 2022 I reflect on these podcast episode from my listens on the: 25th: too hot to walk later in the day, as I slept in... 26th: Overthrowing Education E79 "Chris Nesi: Ed Tech-Past, Present and Future" 27th: "Twitter Spaces - @FreshAirAtFive 1st Go" - tryin…
 
Better Call Saul, the prequel and spin-off to Breaking Bad, has only a few episodes left. We talk with the show's star, Bob Odenkirk, and showrunner/co-creator Peter Gould. While filming Better Call Saul, one scene was interrupted for the worst imaginable reason: Odenkirk had a heart attack that was nearly fatal. He'll tell us about returning to li…
 
The actor is Emmy nominated for his co-starring role in Scenes from a Marriage. We talk about his latest projects, grief and fatherhood, and his evangelical Christian upbringing. "We grew up with a very, very real sense of the impending doom of the apocalypse," he says. Also, John Powers reviews Darren Star's new bingeable show starring Neil Patric…
 
New York Times journalist Charles Homans says scores of groups at the state and local levels, with the help of right wing media figures and activists, are taking aim at the electoral system. Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews Tyshawn Sorey's album Mesmerism. Also, Maureen Corrigan reviews the novel Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Z…
 
Cory Silverberg's new book, You Know, Sex, touches only briefly on reproduction. Instead, it centers on young people and the questions they might have about pleasure, power and identity. Also, TV critic David Bianculli reflects on the Jan. 6 committee hearings as if they were a drama series.द्वारा NPR
 
A great chapter in the history of TV is about to end. Better Call Saul, the prequel and spin-off to Breaking Bad, has only 4 episodes left. We talk with the show's star, Bob Odenkirk. In Breaking Bad, he was the sleazy, fast-talking lawyer Saul Goodman, known for his slip-and-fall cases and frivolous lawsuits. Secretly, he represented drug lords. I…
 
The Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical A Strange Loop is about a Black gay man working as an usher on Broadway. Michael R. Jackson talks about writing the book, music and lyrics and how his time working as an usher at The Lion King on Broadway inspired it. Maureen Corrigan reviews The Poet's House. Ms. Marvel is the first show or film in the M…
 
The HBO dark comedy series Barry is about a Marine vet-turned-hit man who starts taking acting classes, but is conflicted between the desire to open up emotionally and the need to hide the truth. We hear from Bill Hader who stars as the hitman, and co-created, co-writes, and directs many episodes. And we hear from Henry Winkler, who co-stars as Bar…
 
In this episode, I share my daily reflection posted on Twitter @bryoncar, from July 18 to 22, 2022 I reflect on these podcast episode from my listens on the: 18th: The Second Question Podcast S2E24 "Mike Earnshaw - Being True to Yourself to be Successful"; ASPIRE to Lead E200 "Celebrating 200 Episodes with Sarah Johnson" 19th: The Tom Schimmer Show…
 
Welshman, VERDEN ALLEN founded the British hard rock band, MOTT THE HOOPLE in the early 70's. The band was a mix of glam, metal and attitude that was bolstered by Ian Hunter's clever and thoughtful songwriting. Mott The Hoople had a tough, muscular sound but their lack of mainstream success meant its members inevitably splintered apart. Most famous…
 
Journalist Maggie Severns explains how the Conservative Partnership Institute helped push the Republican party further to the right and became what she calls a "clubhouse" for insurrectionists. Also, TV critic David Bianculli reviews Ethan Hawke's 6-part documentary series about Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, The Last Movie Stars.…
 
An estimated 280,000 soldiers suffered facial trauma in WWI. Medical historian Lindsey Fitzharris tells the story of Harold Gillies, the surgeon who pioneered reconstructive surgery, trying to restore function and help the men return to society. Her book is The Facemaker. Also, John Powers reviews The Bear on FX/Hulu.…
 
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