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The Deep Dive is hosted by actress, writer, and activist, June Diane Raphael and actress, writer, comedian, Jessica St. Clair. Each week our hosts take a ‘deep dive’ into a wide range of topics such as, motherhood and family, feminism, Meghan Markle, sh*t they put on their faces, and whether or not to buy a crystal because it’s on sale. The Deep Dive captures two friends trying to survive adult womanhood.
 
Are you ready for an adventure in learning? Join your host, Dr. Diane, as we talk to fascinating guests from a variety of disciplines and build connections between real world experiences, multicultural children's literature, and STEM/STEAM learning, with a little joy sprinkled in for good measure! Links to the books featured in the weekly podcast can be found here: https://bookshop.org/shop/drdianeadventures Full show notes can be found at: https://www.drdianeadventures.com/blog
 
Diane has riveting stories, but she is also an accomplished business woman, named one of the inaugural Top 100 National Women in Business by BizWomen.com. She has served on the boards of numerous companies and nonprofit organizations, is a survivor of late Stage 3 breast cancer, and now she’s a patient advisor for a digital therapeutics company. AND she founded the Center for Oncology Psychology Excellence, known as COPE, at the University of Denver. To say she is an inspirational powerhouse ...
 
The Fire Insider Her Podcast focuses on the journey to authenticity through self-care, leadership, and community. The journey can be bumpy, with occasional potholes. Through story sharing, I connect with others on their journey to authenticity to offer wisdom, tips, encouragement, and proof that while the journey is challenging, no one is alone and the trip is worth the bumps. My goal is to build a resilient, safe, kind, and badass community of authentic women who support each other, honor s ...
 
Invite these Two Italian Women, Erica Martin and Diane Bovalino into your home to listen to their stories that include struggles that they have endured in Life, Love, and Heartache. They give you the "secret sauce" to redemption. The stories are sometimes sad while some are funny and all of them have shaped the existence of the Two Italian Women. The "secret sauce" will be included in the weekly episodes that will drop weekly on Tuesday. You will find The Two Italian Women sharing the "secre ...
 
Ana Claudia Cardoso, Auditora de Dianética, um método científico de processamento mental que elimina os fatores negativos da mente. Explica questões sobre como a mente funciona, como as emoções negativas do passado controlam as decisões de hoje e como algumas relações podem nos prejudicar e como é possível resolver isso e recuperar a autoestima, o autocontrole e o ânimo de viver. Dianética Terapia é um recurso rápido e eficaz que proporciona o alívio das dores emocionais como perdas, dores, ...
 
Host Mike Wozniak (Man Down) and his glamorous assistant Diane Morgan (Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe) star in what has been described as ‘Almost better than The Generation Game‘ and ‘Nearly as funny as Bruce’s Price is Right‘. The show is a beautiful mix of ridiculous games, ludicrous quizzes, and stupid tasks all immaculately presented by Mike Wozniak and then suitably ruined by Diane... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Whether you’re an entrepreneur chasing growth for your business, a professional seeking career advancement or someone interested in getting the most out of your relationships, when it comes to communicating, you need The Coach Approach. But leave the megaphone and training whistle at home because The Coach Approach equips you to develop a communication style that is question-oriented and permission-based to become more adaptable and responsive to different temperaments, situations and roles. ...
 
Join Diane Sanfilippo - 2x New York Times bestselling author and serial entrepreneur - for business tips, advice, and motivation for emerging or existing business owners. You'll learn practical strategies from Diane as well as hear expert interviews with those who have had similar struggles and have found success.
 
Diane Canada is a Faith-Based Political Leader based outside of Nashville, TN. She is teaching savvy women to become masterful influencers in this challenging political climate...without "getting political". Listen here or on her new Lady Up America APP! Learn more: ladyupamerica.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dianecanadalive/support
 
This podcast is about helping you succeed - both at work and in the rest of your life. It's SHORT recordings - typically less than 5 minutes, with an insight or idea you can implement quickly. I look forward to sharing this with you and hearing your feedback. I've also included some past recordings from my "Virtual Cafe" I hosted during the lock down. Look forward to hearing from you and answering any of your questions. Thoughtful - Diane Darling Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/diane ...
 
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Nour and Hala are long term, busy, friends who are now living thousands of miles away from each other: it's a problem. So instead of sending each other countless messages, they decided to update each other in podcast format since "We need to start a podcast!" is the millennial "Dude, we should totally start a band!" so why don't you join them! (Every Sunday at 10AM CET)
 
Personal branding coach Diane Foy has conversations and coaching sessions with multi-passionate artists and creatives on their journey, process, and entrepreneurship. Solo shows offer coaching drawn from her 30 years of experience as a creative entrepreneur which allows her to draw on her photography, makeup artistry, and fashion background one day and her creative psychology, publicity, and marketing experience the next.
 
Health Talk with Dr Diane MD is a popular syndicated talk show heard on various terrestrial radio stations and archived as a podcast. Each week Dr. Diane A. Thompson uses evidence-based Lifestyle Medicine principles and inspirational stories to help you live your healthiest and best life. You will learn techniques to keep yourself healthy, reverse diseases, and achieve your life goals.
 
Diane is the New York Times bestselling author of "Practical Paleo" and "The 21-Day Sugar Detox" and is a Certified Nutrition Consultant. Liz is the bestselling author of "Eat the Yolks" and "The Purely Primal Skincare Guide" and a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. Each week, Diane and Liz dish on current topics in health, nutrition, and the Paleosphere as well as provide insights in response to listener questions - all with their signature wit and a healthy dose of joking around that'll mak ...
 
Together, Los Angeles-based marriage and family therapists Diane Reynolds and Rebekka Helford have spent a combined total of over 35 years working with children, families, and organizations, helping foster strong relationships and thinking long and hard about what helps them flourish. Join us for a journey into the mental playground we call "the Sandbox." We welcome you along for the ride as we think about all human relationships--romantic partnerships, parenting, friendships, work relations ...
 
Your happily ever after begins right here! Welcome to Blonde and Ordained, i'm Diane Demuynck, you're not so ordinary - and often extraordinary - ordained minister, and this is the place to talk everything weddings! The good, the bad, the beautiful, the ugly, and even the crazy. From planning to preparation, from family drama to overcoming obstacles; we take on and tackle not only the things that happen before the ceremony, but all the madness that follows the matrimony. You'll get to meet m ...
 
Join filmmaker Bradley Rust Gray (The Exploding Girl) and actor Riley Keough (The Runaways) for a discussion of their new thriller, Jack and Diane. The film follows two teenage girls, Jack (Keough) and Diane (Juno Temple), who meet in New York City and spend the night kissing ferociously. When Diane reveals she must leave the city for school in Europe, their budding relationship is put to the test. Weaving horror elements into a distinctive yet universal love story, Gray brings his unique vi ...
 
Most of the stories I read to you will have nothing too exciting because I want you to be able to relax so i can read you to sleep. Finding sleep is often difficult. This is especially true when there is a lot going on and our minds take off on tangents when we lay down. Bedtime stories are good for people of all ages. I have found that listening to someone else speak is a great way to calm and redirect my mind to provide relaxation and sleep. In this podcast I will be reading to you to help ...
 
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Richard Haass has spent his career thinking about how the U.S. engages with the rest of the world. He has been a diplomat and policymaker, serving under four presidents in both Democratic and Republican administrations. For the last 20 years Haass headed the Council on Foreign Relations, a think tank focused on international policy. He is often ask…
 
This week Jessica and June’s excellence can no longer be held back and in 2023 we are landing at Mach 11 while trying new experiences on for size. Then, podcaster and MTV Icon SuChin Pak (Add To Cart, Uncared For Podcasts) joins the gals to discuss arrival times, the longing to be a "spare," and the trials, tribulations and joy of elder care. Deep …
 
Diane and Erica talk about bringing in the new "word" and energy of the year and setting intention with purpose. They talk about why it is so difficult for so many emphaths to ask for help and how that impacts the compounding stress of everyday life. They further discuss the link between empathetic stress and chronic illness while brainstorming way…
 
Are you ready to join a journey to authenticity through self care, leadership, and community with badass women who will inspire you? Then, you are in the right place and Diane Schroeder is someone you need to meet. After spending twenty years in a field that is dominated by 96% males, she is finding the fire within and inviting you to join her on t…
 
In this episode, I have the pleasure of speaking with Ferol Vernon, Co-Founder and COO of Written Word Media, a tech-enabled platform that helps readers find their next book and authors find more readers. He's spent much of his career working with ventures that democratize writing and music, including ReverbNation and BandLab. Connect with Ferol on…
 
Back in 1971, host Diane M. Simard spent her 5th birthday as a guest on a kids' after-school show called Cartoon Corral. The show, produced by KOLN-KGIN TV in Lincoln, Nebraska, was hosted by "Kalamity Kate," portrayed by Leta Powell Drake. In this episode, Diane shares how Cartoon Corral helped introduce her to Unlikely Gifts Podcast Editor/Produc…
 
If you love history and you are fascinated by women in STEM, you definitely want to meet Nina Chhita, the creator of the popular Instagram account @nina.draws.scientists. If you're not following this account, stop what you are doing and follow it right now, because Nina Chhita is a talented writer. She's also a scientist, and she does these amazing…
 
Diane and Erica celebrate how they survived the holidays and how hard it is again as empaths to get through the holidays. They share the meaning of 2023 for everyone to hear. Get the 411 details on the Females United Book Club - "F U Book Club" coming up-grab spot now! You can join the "F U Book Club" - Females United Book Club that Starts April 4,…
 
George Santos remains in the House of Representatives – for now. Questions about the biography of the congressman from Long Island, New York became a national story when the New York Times published a piece in December, exposing lies about where Santos said he worked, went to school, and whether his family was Jewish, as he had claimed. But it was …
 
Learning through play is the hallmark of Millbrook Community Preschool, an innovative preschool program currently celebrating its 16th year in operation. In this discussion, three of the women who founded and led the preschool during the last 16 years share insights into what makes a powerful early childhood education experience. Play, the arts, li…
 
This week the bogies are back riding side saddle, but the gals are trying to protect their energy and the Flex Beats may be the only things keeping them afloat. Then, Bao Han, nail technician extraordinaire joins June and Jess to give us his expert advice on nails, how to speak to your nail technician and we learn that sometimes excellence means be…
 
House GOP members launched a new committee this week to investigate the “weaponization” of the U.S. government. These lawmakers claim federal law enforcement and national security agencies have targeted and silenced conservatives. The committee headed by far-right congressman Jim Jordan has been granted vast authority to collect information in an a…
 
Where do we go for hope in dark times? In this special conversation with Bishop Doug Fisher (Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts), we talk climate action, radical empathy, compassion, and baseball. Plus Bishop Doug offers five strategies for hope in the winter darkness. The Right Rev. Dr. Douglas John Fisher is the IX Bishop of the Episcopal…
 
This week June and Jessica are talking about all the things they want to see in 2023. They’re talking apps and desserts, control and discipline, nails and passive income, link trees and competing Amazon stores. 2023 in The Deep Dive world is coming in hot and we’re keeping our “wins” list at the ready. Deep Divers remember, this isn’t just a podcas…
 
An historic stalemate is playing out in the fight over speaker of the House. The last time it took more than one round of voting to fill the top job in the House of Representatives the year was 1923. This week Republican Kevin McCarthy has fallen short on ballot after ballot (9 at the time of publication). Democrats predictably lined up behind mino…
 
It's a new year and we're already trying to forget birthdays and Jessica is breaking out the whiteboard and throwing internet-breaking luncheons. Then, Brogan Chambers (@nottheworstcleaner from TikTok) joins the gals to discuss our relationships to mess and mental health, redefining cleaning as 'care tasks' and how to help yourself become your own …
 
Happy New Year, and welcome to Season 2 of the Adventures in Learning podcast. Our very first guest of 2023 is Dr. Mary Payton. You are in for such a treat. We have a STEM pioneer, educator, author, and All About STEM radio program host on the episode today (and she's a personal hero of mine). [01:16] Let's meet Dr. Mary Payton [03:42] What was som…
 
Judy Woodruff will step down as anchor of the PBS NewsHour this week. Her last show will be December 30. The veteran journalist first took on the role in 2013, co-hosting the program with Gwen Ifill. When Ifill died of cancer three years later, the network tried out several replacements, but eventually gave the reins to Woodruff to guide the show o…
 
Add to Cart is a series from our friends at Lemonada Media that we think you’ll love! Hosts Kulap Vilaysack and SuChin Pak have joined us before on the Deep Dive and now we want to give you an exclusive look at their show! Join comedian-writer-director Kulap Vilaysack and veteran journalist SuChin Pak, in a subversive take on consumerism. Each week…
 
The lengthy resume of legendary singer and actor Julie Andrews includes playing Mary Poppins, Maria von Trapp, and more recently, the narrator of Netflix’s smash hit Bridgerton. But Andrews is also a prolific children’s book author, co-authoring more than 31 books with her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton. The two first joined Diane in 2006 to discus…
 
In this episode: - Diane celebrates her first Hanukkah - Danny shares plans for a new podcast project that might get him killed - Diane and Danny talk about the danger of tiger sharks, while recognizing Diane’s not a scientist and the animals that are even scarier than sharks - Diane talks about a recent spiritual experience where she didn’t hit it…
 
In this episode: - Diane celebrates her first Hanukkah - Danny shares plans for a new podcast project that might get him killed - Diane and Danny talk about the danger of tiger sharks, while recognizing Diane’s not a scientist and the animals that are even scarier than sharks - Diane talks about a recent spiritual experience where she didn’t hit it…
 
Join learning and communication specialist Dr Diane Ravenscroft as she introduces tenets of the Coach Approach, a mindset and skill set she has developed through decades working with business leaders and professionals. In this episode, learn about the invisible Coach Approach skill: Hear Yourself, Stop Yourself, Ask Yourself. Follow The Coach Appro…
 
This week June and Jessica are feeling the pressure of the holidays. Nails might be getting shorter, but reminder alerts and tablescapes have been set. CW: June and Jessica share some sensitive stories about sex work, sexual harassment and all the things that go on that we don't talk about. Deep Divers, the holidays can be hard so please remember t…
 
Diane and Erica share how the holidays are not always festive for everyone, especially empaths and individuals that are highly sensitive. They give fun loving advice on how to move ahead and enjoy yourself and keep your insanity. You can join the "F U Book Club" - Females United Book Club that Starts January 2023. Each participant will receive a si…
 
A picture book is a perfect theatrical experience, especially in the hands of Charleston Stage's Jenna Barricklo. Jenna is not only an accomplished performer, she is an intuitive teacher who grasps how to build meaningful connections through drama, literacy, and real-world STEAM connections. In this lively conversation, we talk about the links betw…
 
This week Jessica welcomes actress, comedian and a day-one Deep Diver, Lauren Lapkus (The Wrong Missy, Jurassic World), to the podcast. Lauren shares her journey into motherhood during a pandemic, the joy of sharing stories with girlfriends, and why your best friend is the only one who will force you to throw out your nursing bra (or in Jessica's c…
 
Sometimes, even when we try to do everything right, life doesn't always go to plan. Host Diane M. Simard tells the story of an acquaintance whose life and career unraveled quickly. But thanks to his resilience, a miracle happened. The story is about hard work, men's fast-pitch softball, heartbreak, and—ultimately—perseverance, and Diane shares a po…
 
The number of mass shootings in the U.S. has reached more than 600 for the third year in a row. Meanwhile, daily gun violence on streets and in homes across the country remains at near-record levels, with some cities experiencing higher homicide rates than ever before. As local leaders struggle for answers, many have come to the same conclusion: th…
 
Join learning and communication specialist Dr Diane Ravenscroft as she introduces tenets of the Coach Approach, a mindset and skill set she has developed through decades working with business leaders and professionals. In this episode, learn about both the costs of non-performance and success factors. Follow The Coach Approach Instagram Twitter Fac…
 
Jessica is solving issues left and right with her 'new nails' attitude, June wonders if she was ever an actual child, and the gals discuss the power of sharing stories. Then, Jessica recounts a Thanksgiving debacle (or miracle?), and we check in on our Christmas Spirit, which includes an important vibe check on Mr. Paul Scheer’s Christmas Village. …
 
It will not surprise you that Where the Wild Things was Chris Kesler's favorite book as a child. Outside the box thinking is a hallmark of his career. This self-admitted challenging student took many paths on his adventures in learning before becoming a middle school science teacher. Underwhelmed by the resources available to him, he built hands-on…
 
Chet and Diane record this episode from a cabin at Mammoth Mountain and are joined by Dick Colby who is stranded outside of the Sigma house at UCLA. They help an escort find the courage to tell her boyfriend about her profession and a women seeks advice on dealing with her partner's dysmorphia.Door Stratt-On-Venus Productions
 
In this episode: Diane taste-tests a terrifyingly mysterious dairy product live, on camera. Diane shares her story of trying to get a FedEx delivery abroad. The two share what to expect out of people's mouths during the holiday season if you're in the LGBTQ community with a helpful montage of definitely-not-homophobic comments. Diane showcases her …
 
Hospice in America has become a big business. The hospice movement came to the U.S. from England in the 1960s, promising comfort and compassion at the end of life. Today, half of all Americans die in hospice care. But what was once a mission-driven sector run by not-for-profit organizations has become a booming industry – one that some experts say …
 
Glennon Doyle, author of Untamed, watched in awe as this simple phrase from Untamed – WE CAN DO HARD THINGS – the mantra that saved her life twenty years ago, became a worldwide rally cry. Life is freaking hard. We are all doing hard things every day – we love and lose; we forge and end friendships; battle addiction, illness, and loneliness; care f…
 
Brian Patacca helps creatives get what they want without suffering. 20,000 creative people get Brian’s newsletter delivered to their inboxes every single week – and when they’re not reading along, they’re listening to his podcast, Brian Breaks Character. The podcast ranks among the top 1% of most listened to podcasts in the world with 5,000 downloa…
 
Join learning and communication specialist Dr Diane Ravenscroft as she introduces tenets of the Coach Approach, a mindset and skill set she has developed through decades working with business leaders and professionals. In this episode, learn more about the amazing chemical engineers discussed in the previous episode, and their interactions with the…
 
This week Jessica is following her nails wherever they may lead, June drops an egg on all of us, and let’s just say this episode is a real Follicular conversation. Then, bestselling author Scarlett Curtis joins Jess and June and like a true Deep Diver gives a re-cap of this podcast, talks shame, and delivers confirmation that the "outside-in healin…
 
Wonder, discovery, engagement -- and we don't blow anything up! Spend an hour with the incomparable Steve Spangler as we discuss ways to build connections between science, STEM, and literacy across the curriculum. You'll leave with a renewed sense of joy and possibility -- and an eagerness to play! It's definitely a #bestdayever kind of podcast. Wi…
 
As Donald Trump’s presidency deepened social, racial and political divides in the country, people began to look to the Civil War era for lessons on how to move forward. Pulitzer prize–winning author Jon Meacham was one of those people. In his new book, “And There Was Light: Abraham Lincoln and the American Struggle,” Meacham chronicles the life of …
 
How do we help young (and not so young) truth seekers make connections, build context, and satisfy their curiosity? Nonfiction storyteller extraordinaire Candace Fleming joins us to discuss the power of nonfiction storytelling for building connections, the importance of asking questions, and the power of vital ideas in creating works of nonfiction …
 
This week, Jessica is rolling solo and has on Choice Grade A mom and Circadian Health expert, Meredith Oke. Meredith explains why getting enough exposure to sunlight is vital to our mental and physical health, how to avoid blue light as much as possible, and shares why French women are doing it right. Deep Divers, light some candles and let's get s…
 
Chet, Diane, Richard, and Peter record this episode from Chet and Diane's new parlor room where they discuss gay men's dating profile pictures near toilets and sleeping naked. They also answer a call from a director who is into voyeurism and help a woman who wants to find a lesbian lover.Door Stratt-On-Venus Productions
 
It has been less than a month since Elon Musk officially took the reins at Twitter. In that short time, there have been mass layoffs, advertisers have pulled back on spending, and some of the platform’s most prominent users have threatened to leave. But Twitter is not the only social media company experiencing upheaval. In the last year, Mark Zucke…
 
How can we harness curiosity to engage learners in STEM and in the world around them? Swift Creek Media CEO Brad Herring shares thoughts on storytelling, building STEM connections, and approaching the world from a new perspective. Plus, learn about the NISENetwork and its many STEM resources. While Brad’s career began by serving overseas in Panama …
 
This week we have a little audio issue but June and Jessica are still coming in with HUGE news you cannot miss. Jessica is leaning into her new role as an “elder." June speaks on the importance of manicured nails and proclaims she is no longer interested in a world without long, gorgeous, and possibly harmful nails. We're talking talons, claws, dag…
 
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