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Wayne Manor Memoirs is a Batman research podcast dedicated to exploring the brightest, darkest, and strangest aspects of the Bat-Mythos. Join Joe & Kendall every other Friday as they deliver the bat-facts straight to your ears. Be prepared for discussions on first appearances, origins, story arcs,creators, retcons, and more!
 
Welcome to The Muscle Memoirs, a truly evidence-based fitness podcast. On the show, we discuss a plethora of topics related to exercise, nutrition, supplementation, and lifestyle. Our guests range from exercise and nutrition science researchers to elite-level athletes and coaches. This allows us to combine hard scientific evidence with observations in the field to provide the best information possible. The Muscle Memoirs is hosted by Mike Murray. Mike is a registered dietitian, certified str ...
 
Welcome to Jerry's podcasts, a series of true stories from his life. These events and interactions offer glimpses into one man's quest to understand life's truths. They provide peeks into the development of American culture from the mid 1940's to the present. Having attended eight different public schools, lived in nine states, been in the army, held multiple work positions and obtained a doctorate in school psychology, he has found his way of living in the world.
 
Warning: you will be triggered. At least I hope so. Having an honest dialogue about what active addiction was like isn’t always pretty, but I’m hoping that even if you come for the train wreck you’ll stay for the recovery conversation. Settle in from notes from the thick of two decades of substance abuse, mental health struggles, romantic obsession, rehabs, hospitals, institutions and general despair to the last two and a half years of coming out the other side. I've had a lot of time to col ...
 
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Memoir shares the audio biographies of the men and women who changed the world. Each episode will feature one person who impacted the world we live in today. Visit Memoir.one for show notes, to sign up for our newsletter, and to vote for the next featured Memoir!
 
“LIke Cussing in Tongues” is Rink Wester’s internationally syndicated podcast about Dink Easter, a plump White gay man who at the age of six and a half decided to “resist his skin” and live his life as if a magical Black man were writing his story. A Black man, he’d tell the world, who’d come from blacker stars and the dark whiteness of space itself to write him into existence. In his mind he’d always called his Black creator “Nathan” and it was Nathan who had inspired him to go out and live ...
 
Sherlock Holmes is a fictional detective of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, who first appeared in publication in 1887. He was devised by Scottish author and doctor Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. A brilliant London-based detective, Holmes is famous for his prowess at using logic and astute observation to solve cases. He is perhaps the most famous fictional detective, and indeed one of the best known and most universally recognizable literary characters. Join Dr. Watson and Sherlock Holmes, i ...
 
Join Collin as he aims to conquer his most damning foe yet: himself. Armed with just his friends, Collin seeks a better life through art, love, career, culture, health, and hobby. This podcast is best consumed on the Anchor.fm app, where you can listen to music in each episode. Subjects covered are airlines, planes, photography, furries and furry culture, music, board games, video games, game development, society and world culture, depression, LGBTQ, and asexuality, among other things. Curre ...
 
The Visa Memoirs Podcast follows a multi-cultural couple’s journey through the ups and downs of the U.S. immigration process. Our host, Daniel Ives interviews couples about the human side of the journey. A new couple is interviewed each Thursday. The podcast is sponsored by RapidVisa.com, America's largest online family immigration services provider.
 
MedStud Memoirs is a podcast designed for premed, medical school, and other healthcare students. We take the textbook knowledge involved in medicine outside of the classroom by sharing experiences of patients, doctors, and more. MedStud Memoirs is produced by two medical school students: Brian Elliott and Jarett Beaudoin. Music "Beyond Home" adapted from tracks by Brandon Liew on FreeMusicArchive, URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Brandon_Liew/
 
There's a story behind the zipper of every man. I'm going to take you on my adventures of the men I've hooked up with and have had relationships with giving vivid details of these experiences. Straight, bi, married, gay, confused: I've had all flavors of men and will reveal my experiences in these podcast. Stay tuned.
 
There are compelling, individual stories all around us. In fact, they are right in our backyard. Join Eric and Justin, who share a lifelong fascination with hearing people's stories of unique life experiences, as they engage with people all over the world from within their own Midwestern “backyard” and listen to accounts of achievement, hilarity, encouragement, uncomfortableness, inspiration, and everything in between.
 
WINNETKA is a ten-episode memoir created and produced by award-winning actress Jessica Harper, with original music. The podcast features the voices of the Harper family, who share in the telling of their remarkable story. WINNETKA tells of six Harper kids coming of age in Eisenhower’s post-war America, in a Chicago suburb called Winnetka. The siblings are buffeted by the rages of a father with PTSD, challenged by life in a big family, rocked by social change in the sixties, and ultimately st ...
 
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Cassandra Peterson is climbing out of your unpleasant dreams and onto the page with a memoir about Hollywood dreams and becoming Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. This week Ashley and Claire are surfing through top notch name drops while they learn the true meaning of success. Tees are Here!! Grab a Worm Tee or an Unhinged Tee here: https://celebrityme…
 
It's 1972 and My sister and I come into the world.... so being a early 70's baby, it's only right I play so great tunes from around that moment ( or at least what I have been told, lol) 1) The Theme from Shaft 2) Superstition 3) Girl , You need a change of mind 4) Let's Stay Together 5) Don't Turn Around 6) Hey Love 7) You Make Me Feel Brand New 8)…
 
I'd heard somewhere no one understands an addict like another addict, so as my alcoholism, progressed I gravitated towards a booze-fueled affair with a deliciously tortured soul who was legit damaged: He'd actually been to rehab. How exciting! He drank a lot, but it was OK, because alcohol wasn't his drug of choice... Holy Moly, I didn't know there…
 
In this episode of The Muscle Memoirs Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Louise Burke to discuss nutrition strategies for endurance sport, including the efficacy of ketogenic diets. Louise is a sports dietitian with 40 years of experience in the education and counseling of elite athletes. She worked at the Australian Institute of Sport for thirty years, f…
 
“Like Cussing in Tongues” is Rink Wester’s internationally syndicated podcast about Dink Easter, a suicidal, plump, White gay man who at the age of six and a half decided to “resist his skin” and live his life as if a magical Black man were writing his story. A Black man, he’d tell the world, who’d come from blacker stars and the dark whiteness of …
 
Leandra Medine was one of the very first fashion bloggers to penetrate the old school fashion scene. A street style staple, she was known for rejecting the magazine standard of beauty and not caring whether or not her looks attracted men. Or did she care the most? This week Claire and Ashley dive into her book of essays to try and find meaning in a…
 
We welcome back beloved Batman fan, and fan-favorite guest, Chris Schrader (Rogue’s Gallery, Hey Do You Remember?, Strange Case of Lucy Chandler) to the podcast for the show stopping finale of the Hugo Strange Quadrology! It only took us 4 to 72 months to finish four REAL episodes of the podcast. That’s quality, right? What are we discussing? Why S…
 
“Like Cussing in Tongues” is Rink Wester’s internationally syndicated podcast about Dink Easter, a suicidal, plump, White gay man who at the age of six and a half decided to “resist his skin” and live his life as if a magical Black man were writing his story. A Black man, he’d tell the world, who’d come from blacker stars and the dark whiteness of …
 
The name Izabella St. James may not ring a bell but you definitely know her former roomies. Bunny Tales is a deep, deep dive into the depths of the playboy mansion and Claire and Ashley go all the way to the grotto (metaphorically) to soak in all the piping hot details. Tees are Here!! Grab a Worm Tee or an Unhinged Tee here: https://celebritymemoi…
 
Hey Parent Peeps! This week Jessica and I discuss TJ’s poor decision making and then catch up on all the cases we are following. Letecia Stauch is officially moving toward trial. Lor Vallow is still out of her mind. Chad Daybell’s kids are in total denial and its sad. We also have a follow up on the Larry Nassar case that just never seems to end. F…
 
LIke Cussing in Tongues is Rink Wester’s internationally syndicated podcast about Dink Easter, a plump White gay man who at the age of six and a half decided to “resist his skin” and live his life as if a magical Black man were writing his story. A Black man, he’d tell the world, who’d come from blacker stars and the dark whiteness of space itself …
 
In this episode of The Muscle Memoirs Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Stephan van Vliet to discuss the role of animal foods in a healthy diet, including the unique metabolites they contain, their synergy with plant foods, and their effect on the environment. Dr. van Vliet earned his PhD in Kinesiology and Community Health as an ESPEN Fellow from the Un…
 
Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman and head sh*t stirrer Anthony Kiedis has scar tissue that he wishes you saw, so he wrote all about it in a memoir. This week Claire and Ashley are jumping off a roof Anthony Kiedis style into rock n roll history and friendship. See you on the Otherside. MEGA TRIGGER WARNING: This episode discusses sexual assault and d…
 
We're back for another B-Side! This time we take a left turn (or several left turns?) to discuss a film that offers some really high highs and some really low lows. Hot on the heels of The Suicide Squad, Joe & Kendall decided to discuss 2016's Suicide Squad. Part of the early attempt to establish a DC Cinematic Universe, Suicide Squad suffers from …
 
LIke Cussing in Tongues is Rink Wester’s internationally syndicated podcast about Dink Easter, a plump White gay man who at the age of six and a half decided to “resist his skin” and live his life as if a magical Black man were writing his story. A Black man, he’d tell the world, who’d come from blacker stars and the dark whiteness of space itself …
 
You’re not gonna believe this but it really did only take about ⅔ of a memoir for Melissa Joan Hart to explain it all. Where she came from, the roles that shaped a generation, and even a bit of filler like how to throw a barbie party. We may not have needed a memoir from Sabrina the Teenage Witch but we had fun along the way. Tees are Here!! Grab a…
 
In this episode of The Muscle Memoirs Podcast, I am joined by Dr. John Hawley to discuss "train low", including the mechanistic basis for it and how to implement it. We also have a fruitful conversation on the limitations of exercise science studies and the value of anecdotes, especially for elite athletes. Dr. John Hawley is currently Head of the …
 
If you’ve ever taken a look at Priyanka Chopra Jonas and thought to yourself, why do I know a weird amount about Priyanka Chopra Jonas? Her memoir comes close to answering that question. PCJ has had a friggin mighty career whether you’ve seen her movies or not and to top it all off, she’s a Sucker for the Jonas Brothers. This week Claire and Ashley…
 
Podcast 89, "Learning the Culture," provides examples of the importance of valuing the uniqueness of every subculture we encounter. In the case of the sub-cultural issues within the educational cooperative's school systems, it was critically important that I and the graduate assistants understand and honor their sub-cultural processes in accomplish…
 
At 20 years old I'm already washed up, so might as well just give up on doing anything meaningful and go into a school program I have no intention of taking seriously. While I'm at it, might as well give up on love as well and lose my virginity to a stranger. Winning at life! This episode also talks about addiction as a fundamental refusal to accep…
 
If you’re looking for a palette cleanser try a fresh sprig of ginger? This week Claire and Ashley spice up their lives with a little book from Ginger Spice (Geri Halliwell) herself. Fresh off the Spice Girls, If Only covers their rise to world domination and her decision to leave it all behind. TW: This episode contains conversation about eating di…
 
In this episode of The Muscle Memoirs Podcast, I am joined by Mike Tuchscherer to discuss the Emerging Strategies framework, the utility of submaximal volume work, and hypertrophy blocks for powerlifters. Mike began coaching in 2004 when he took over as Cadet-in-Charge of the USAFA Powerlifting club. Over the 15+ years Mike has been coaching, he ha…
 
After much delay, Wayne Manor Memoirs brings you the flagship episode of our Hugo Strange Quadrology: Strange Apparitions. This run of comics, largely written by Steve Englehart with pencils by Marshall Rogers, spans Detective Comics #469 - 479 and includes: the introduction of Silver St. Cloud & Rupert Thorne, a reimagining of Deadshot, the return…
 
Have you heard of… I don’t know… Stars Hollow?? This week Claire and Ashley are on a journey with Lauren Graham from Hawaii to Connecticut but actually Connecticut is on a backlot in Los Angeles so it wasn’t actually that far but still. We read Lauren Graham's memoir Talking as Fast as I Can and it was nice. Tees are Here!! Grab a Worm Tee or an Un…
 
Podcast 88, "Humor in the Stress," relates the high degree of stress the providers of the psychological services encountered due to the lack of understanding of the new 1973 special education law. This lack of preparedness to implement the law produced a great deal of misunderstanding and fear in the minds of many educators. The educational coopera…
 
Podcast 87, "Startling Revelations," reveals some of the things I learned about the cooperative after my employment began in July 1973. I was surprised by the reactions of a school system's staff members when I made my first in-service presentation concerning the implementation of the new special education law. There were funding issues in the begi…
 
Buckle up babes Jenna Jameson can teach you how to make love like a porn star but also so, so much more. This week Claire and Ashley sift through her nearly 600 page memoir, How to Make Love Like a Pornstar, to find the lessons in optimism, confidence, and conquering the porn industry. TW: This episode contains conversation about drugs and sexual a…
 
Podcast 86, "Getting Started," finds me reviewing my past experiences that had prepared me for my role of creating and implementing the psychological services delivery model for the cooperative's member school systems. This entailed delivering the bulk of the services through the use of senior doctorial level graduate students in school psychology …
 
Hey Parent Peeps! This week Jessica and I chat about Amelia’s gym brawl, TJ’s snappy attitude in a pizza parlor, and out of the box ideas for abstract painting. Keep sending you stories, deep dive topics, and questions to theparentmemoirs@yahoo.com. Don’t forget to like and subscribe and all that jazz on iTunes or your favorite podcasting platform!…
 
In this episode of The Muscle Memoirs Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Chad Kerksick to discuss his recent review article on plant proteins and exercise. Dr. Kerksick is currently an associate professor of exercise science in the Exercise Science Department in the College of Science, Technology, and Health at Lindenwood University. He also serves as the…
 
I’ve had to come to terms with the fact that I am an abuser. There is someone in my life that for years I’ve been abusing mentally, emotionally, and physically. I also neglected her, endangered her and left her vulnerable to the abuse of other people. Beyond that, I was so convinced for much of this time that she deserved it, or even that it was fo…
 
Okay okay I know we’re starting to sound like the podcasters who cried why does this book exist but… why does this book exist. In an effort to better understand the rebound girlfriend of the century Claire and Ashley open up Olivia Munn’s ode to geekdom to discover that Olivia Munn has no idea what a geek even is. Tees are Here!! Grab a Worm Tee or…
 
Hey Parent Peeps! This week Jessica and I chat about TJ’s Bday part, catch up on some cases we are following, and chat about the new Jungle Cruise movie! Keep sending you stories, deep dive topics, and questions to theparentmemoirs@yahoo.com. Don’t forget to like and subscribe and all that jazz on iTunes or your favorite podcasting platform! Also f…
 
Welcome to season three of the podcast series, "Finding My Way," by Jerry Morton. Season three begins with several stories about my early years with the Little Tennessee Valley Educational Cooperative. Podcast 83, "Finding Employment After Graduation," relates my search for employment in anticipation of completing the training as a Ph.D. school psy…
 
It took us far too long to get to this book, how rude! Jodie Sweetin's life has been an absolutely wild ride and her memoir Unsweetined lets us in on hella juicy details from the days of child stardom, addiction, and Mary Kate and Ashley. TW: This episode contains conversation about drugs. Tees are Here!! Grab a Worm Tee or an Unhinged Tee here: ht…
 
Welcome back to our second B-Side, Bat-Fanatics! What is the B-Side? This is the comics opinion show from Wayne Manor Memoirs for topics that: A) we don’t really want to cover for the main show, B) come from way outside the Bat-Mythos (like maybe other companies), C) deserve more time than a Bat-Radar can offer, or D) are justified with “because we…
 
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