The Meyer Chronicles
The Meyer Chronicles hosted by Hollywood Executive Producer Andy Meyer and TV & Music Producer Jon Rubin take listeners on a journey behind the scenes of the film and music industries. Over his 50 year career, Meyer produced films and cult classics such as The Breakfast Club, Sting’s Grammy Award winning film, “Bring on the Night,” Fried Green Tomatoes, Better off Dead, Breaking In, One Crazy Summer, Birdy, The Milagro Beanfield War, and many others. The Meyer Chronicles shares the inside scoop about stories of making iconic films and projects. From being the head of Robert Redford’s Wildwood Production company as well as Norman Lear’s Act III Production company, to founding the film division of Herb Alpert’s A&M Records, Andy has seen it all and is now ready to share with you! The Meyer Chronicles are edited by two time Emmy Award Winner Shasta Ford.
Strong takes an in-depth, insider’s view of the #metoo movement and the systemic misogyny, dehumanization, and sexual exploitation particularly prevalent in the entertainment industry, but present in all communities, and across all walks of life. We celebrate the strength, resilience, compassion, love, and community that is required to overcome adversity and navigate the complexities of an exploitative society. Hosted by Barbra Neumann and Tessa Torrence Neumann.
The Gray Area
Comedians Aaron Cheatham and Chad Fisher are infotainment at its best. They bring you conversations about society that are often unheard or unrecognized. The Gray Area looks at the experiences, beliefs and lifestyles that makes us all unique. Come chill in the Gray.
Big Dan’s Playground
Big Dan’s Playground is real, rugged, raw, funny and unfiltered! Host Dan Neves is a true OG in every sense of the word.
The Amy Edwards Show
The Amy Edwards Show dives into dynamic topics that enhance life in a multitude of ways with electric host Amy Edwards. Amy brings humor, irreverence, reflection, realness, fun, and a shining, metaphysical energy to every conversation. Thought-provoking guests and Amy’s own life experiences shape this into an unforgettable, transformative show.
Human Trafficking expert and social justice advocate, Antoinette Villarreal, exposes the brutal world of human trafficking, sexual predators, and pedophilia. Antoinette lobbies to change the human trafficking laws and provides outlets for survivors who have experienced these heinous crimes.
Self Sabotage... we all do it. If you aren’t happy with your life, you are self-sabotaging. Are you making the money you want? Are your relationships what you desire them to be? Is your health where you want it? If not, you are sabotaging yourself. Pat Pearson, M.S.S.W. author, and psychotherapist has found what you create in life is largely determined by what you think you deserve. This podcast focuses on the psychology of stopping self-sabotage and truly creating the life you want and deserve! How much do you think you are self-sabotaging? Take our quiz. If you want a deeper dive into self-sabotage, get Pat's book, Stop Self-Sabotage.
The Music Fringe
The Music Fringe puts a spotlight on music that falls outside the mainstream. Meet the artists as host Lee Ackerley delves into and dissects their unique sounds and styles. The Music Fringe includes broader discussions on the niche music genres that the eccentric and progressive artists inhabit.
Paranormally investigates and discovers paranormal activity that happens normally, quietly filed in between the pages of our everyday lives. Paranormally interviews paranormal investigators, clairvoyants, and mediums to try to solve paranormal mysteries and maybe some of yours as well. Hosted by Aaron Dail.
Chris Jagger and family recite their favorite poems and limericks on Poets’ Corner. Enjoy the writings and poems by A.A Milne, William Butler Yeats, Jane Austen, W.H. Davies, Emily Dickinson, Townes Van Zandt, James Stephens, John Keats, William Shakespeare and other great poets from around the world.
Old Man Take a Look at My Life with Chris Noth: Coming Soon
“Time—who could beat it, who could defeat it ever?.......The tragic loss of youthful beauty and innocence when that’s all one has to offer. Life would be infinitely happier if we could only be born at the age of eighty and gradually approach eighteen.” –Tennessee Williams & Mark Twain Old Man Take a Look at My Life takes an in-depth look at the journey men undergo in their later years. Join Chris Noth and his distinguished guests as they revel, laugh and share honest conversations about aging…sometimes gracefully. Noth covers the joys and lighthearted ease of childhood alongside the examination of time: what is it – what does it mean – is the past ever really over? What happens when as the years add up, death introduces itself and your friends and mentors begin to die around you? Yet, growing old doesn’t have to be daunting.
Working with Stephen Kramer Glickman: Coming Soon
Based on the 1972 interviews conducted by Studs Terkel, Stephen Kramer Glickman interviews the head honcho’s of companies, followed by the everyday employees that keep these companies operational. Each episode will explore the lives of working people and what they do every day. From Michelin star chefs to theme park designers, Glickman examines how people are affected by their jobs and explores the journey that brought them to their positions. Working is a true case study in what it’s like to work on every industry imaginable, from the top to the bottom.
The Jeff Ward Show
“The Jeff Ward Show” is for those who are unafraid to be intellectually challenged. With no political, social, or moral agenda, snarky Austin-based host, Jeff Ward, consistently challenges his audience to examine relevant issues and situations in alternative ways. Ward, who is known for his bold, irreverent commentary on stuff that matters, never leaves listeners without their curiosity piqued, their beliefs challenged, or their minds reeling. If you crave more of those “whoa” moments in your life, then you need “The Jeff Ward Show.”
DNP-CD Sports “Did Not Play – Coach’s Decision,” a brand-new, Hot Pie Media Original Sports Podcast, presented by Odds Shark, combines a humorous approach in unique thought-provoking interviews with some of the top names in sports. DNP-CD Sports is hosted by Sports Illustrated contributor, Tony Farmer and Comedian and Sportswriter, Chad Fisher. Hosts, Tony and Chad cut out the cliché questions to avoid the cliché answers, giving fans the opportunity to get to know iconic sports figures on a deeper level. DNP-CD Sports listeners and fans will hear about all sports, players, coaches and sports betting, (bad beats, line movements, and marquee games), as well as sports pop-culture.
High Performance is a science-based, holistic process of achieving excellence in every field. On Dr. Erik Korem’s new podcast, The BluePrint, he explores the methods and mindsets that build and sustain High Performing humans through his experience as a sports scientist working with the NFL, Olympians and other elite athletes. He invites athletic champions, entertainers, entrepreneurs, and other exceptional people to discuss their struggles and triumphs while educating and motivating listeners on their High-Performance Journeys. Dr. Erik Korem is a High-Performance pioneer that implements sports science and athlete tracking technologies with collegiate and professional (NFL) football teams. He has worked with the National Football League, Power-5 NCAA programs, gold medal Olympians, Nike, and the United States Department of Defense. Erik is an expert in sleep and stress resilience and the Founder and CEO of AIM7.
Whatcha Got Cookin’? – Coming Soon
The world is full of delicious sounds, tastes and experiences. Food and Music are at the heart of our cultural experiences and what better way to combine the two than with a musician and chef, even more amazing if the duo are father and son. Chef Arthur Potts Dawson, and Musician Chris Jagger have spent decades together, talking, listening, playing music and cooking foods from all over the world. On Whatcha Got Cookin’? Arthur and Chris create a delectable offering of sounds and tastes that combine the roots of music and food recipes to show and tell the listeners how food and music have travelled the world with people and cultures. From Cajun blues and Mississippi gumbos to Campfire songs and South American spices, Whatcha Got Cookin’? will excite, interest and inspire the listeners to connect with the world they live in and how they share it with each other.
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