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The Dev Interrupted Podcast is the only podcast made exclusively for dev leaders. Host Dan Lines invites expert guests from around the world to explore strategy and day-to-day topics ranging from dev team metrics to accelerating delivery. Join us weekly for new episodes.
 
Girl Interrupter (with a hard 'ER') is a comedy podcast... on acid. The show has been infrequently featured on Apple's Top 250 Charts, (mostly in urban countries that no one cares about). If you enjoy frequent interruptions, inchoateness, soundbite vomit, stand up comics, offensive hilarity, and unrequested mansplaining--look no further! It's not for everyone though.
 
Business as usual is challenged every day. It’s not about if disruption occurs, it’s when. Hosted by Cheyene Marling and Brian Zawada, this original show from Castellan Solutions takes you on a guided journey of self-reflection – learning from the world’s best leaders and leaving you ready for whatever comes next.
 
This Meetings Today podcast gives event professionals the chance to overhear raw, unfiltered conversations between the event industry’s most influential women. Hosted by speaker and writer Courtney Stanley, Dare to Interrupt brings together industry professionals who shed light on important topics facing women today, from imposter syndrome to sexual harassment to negotiating pay and the list goes on. Subscribe on your favorite podcast platform!
 
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Interruptions

WLPD Productions

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Welcome to a new take on workplace learning and professional development. In this opinion-based podcast, we routinely grapple with the big questions that we all think about but too often hesitate to ask. The opinions stated in this podcast are our own. We don't represent any entity and the comments shared are based on personal experiences and point of view. So take a listen and come along with us as we explore new ways to break free of fixed mindsets and foster new kinds of growth. Interrupt ...
 
Transmission Interrupted is brought to you by NETEC, the National Emerging Special Pathogens Training and Education Center. Their mission is to increase the capability of the United States public health and healthcare system to safely and effectively manage individuals with suspected and confirmed special pathogens. Join NETEC as they discuss a wide range of important healthcare topics through the lens of special pathogens. Topics will include health care worker safety, personal protective e ...
 
Are you looking for that interruption that recalibrates your course and gives you the freedom to be the person you were designed to be? You have arrived. The Interrupted Podcast is a collection of real-life stories of victory and struggle by some of the most influential people that host Stephen Hallman has had the privilege of meeting. Most days, the adventurous life we have dreamed about seems impossibly out of reach, and so we settle into the status quo. Each episode explores personal stor ...
 
Crime Interrupted explores some of the biggest and most challenging cases handled by the AFP, Australia’s national policing agency. Presented by Casefile’s host and featuring interviews with the AFP officers and personnel from other domestic and international partners who investigated these crimes, the six-episode series covers cases of human trafficking, counter-terrorism operations, international kidnappings and more.
 
Jeff Hoyt sees stories everywhere he looks. They unfurl from the island in the upper left-hand corner of the lower 48 that Jeff calls home. For years, he's told his stories in a radio show segment called "Hoytus Interruptus." The podcast version will drop every Tuesday. Five minutes per episode. After season one, Jeff hopes to turn to his listeners for a chance to "elevate" their own tales.
 
From Sam Maule and 11:FS, Connection Interrupted is a weekly show exploring lives that were disrupted - or had their connections interrupted - pivoted, or rerouted through fault or design, the obstacles they had to overcome to get to where they are now - and the role that technology played in helping them reach it. Each week we’ll be speaking to people from all walks of life that have had their lives unexpectedly influenced, changed or completely re-written by technology. Connection Interrup ...
 
Interruptions is a podcast hosted by Rev. Odell M. Cooper and Cathy Patton, two parents whose lives were Interrupted - one by gun violence and the other by autism. The hosts use their voices to Disrupt the Silence caused by inherited faith and family traditions, cultural and societal stigmas, and fear. Each episode openly addresses racial and economic disparities and the impact on mental health in communities of Black and Brown people. Their guests share personal stories about how their live ...
 
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Don't Interrupt Me, Por Favor

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Don't Interrupt Me, Por Favor

Guillermo Fesser, Lisa Button, Nick Leiber

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Don’t Interrupt Me, Por Favor is an interview show in Spanish and English for bilinguals and future bilinguals. Award-winning journalists Guillermo Fesser, Lisa Button, and Nick Leiber talk to bilingual guests navigating two worlds. The hosts and their guests speak the way many Spanish speakers in the U.S. do—in a mix of both languages. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
No Interruptions is a human experience podcast that offers real life conversations connecting us through real life experiences in a meaningful way. Whether we converse about politics, pop-culture, spirituality, parenthood or paint color, communication is the most important tool in our tool box. It helps us to construct and maintain our moral compass. When used effectively it allows for us to connect to the most human part of who we are though the people and the world around us. Conversations ...
 
let’s engage, chat & discuss how life’s unexpected events has caused a ripple effect in our lives. I want to know what happened and how has it affected you. Did you overcome it or are you still going through it? Give me feed back. Send me an email @ TheInterruptionofEverything@gmail.com of whatever you want to get off of your chest!
 
This is Imposter, Interrupted, where hard work, balance and community come together to interrupt insecurity and get us to where we aspire to be. What makes the women around me doubt themselves? What have they done to overcome that doubt? How have the women around me sought to take care of themselves, to take care of their families, and to have fun, all without spreading themselves too thin? What can we all learn from each other about how to better achieve work/life balance? What is work/life ...
 
Visual Artist Eric R. Wilson BKA Mriamdigital has created his own platform where he expresses his opinions on everyday topics and also a safe haven for others to come and give their insights and opinions as well."Digitally Interrupted" is more than just a podcast it's a place where you can come in and not feel judged nor feel you're being watched. It's just your voice.Every Thursday there will be a NEW topic to discuss. I intend to push the boundaries sometimes. I want everyone to find a rel ...
 
We dedicate this work to the brave and humble that are willing to do the most challenging work known to man: that deep and constant journey within the self to look at and embrace those things within us that we don't like, that don't serve us, and that continue to cause the painful experiences in our lives. We're dedicated to those who understand we are neither good nor bad. Instead, we are consciously willing to continue the journey to our highest self.Our wish is that you will identify with ...
 
Simon Thomas explores human endurance through the toughest times. In a series of interviews with well-known celebrities and notable people, he discovers how crisis and desperation can lead to hope and inspiration for a new and happy life. In each episode, we find out that there are so many others experiencing mental anguish, who have lived through the most difficult times. We hear how many have overcome tragedy to live happy and fulfilling lives.
 
The Brand, Interrupted™ Podcast is hosted by Brittany Hammond, and is a space dedicated to inspire, teach and heal though the power of story, resilience and vulnerability. Each week, I’ll be bringing to you guest entrepreneurs, artists, authors, speakers and influencers in a series of real, raw and unfiltered conversations around the courage to be yourself, the audacity to embrace your life + business, and how to speak your truth.
 
Join Hosts: Prosecutor and Author Robin Sax and Police Officer and Author Stacy Dittrich, each week as they provide justice for those whose lives have been interupted by rape, murder, child sexual predators, strange and unexplained disappearances, domestic violence, and cold cases yet to be solved...
 
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Film Interrupted

Jack McFarlane, Martin Lynch & Nick Eadie

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This fortnightly podcast is a motivation for three Scottish cinefiles to meet up regularly, catch up, and talk about our favourite movies. We’ve been stockpiling material for some time now and have decided to finally take the plunge, releasing our podcast into the wider world. We’ll be posting new material regularly, not necessarily in the order it was recorded, but that shouldn’t matter as our focus is on classic and cult cinema, and only rarely mentioning new releases. We hope you enjoy li ...
 
From six-time New York Times bestselling author Joe Garner, and based on his groundbreaking multimedia book, “We Interrupt This Broadcast,” comes a 12-episode, audio docu-series hosted by broadcast legend Bill Kurtis, and narrated by NBC’s Brian Williams. Each episode unfolds with the brisk pace and tone of a thriller while presenting an in-depth look into the reporting of, and reaction to, the extraordinary events that became the benchmarks of the American story. It is said that “breaking n ...
 
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Welcome to Episode 239 of the Sorry to Interrupt podcast! On today’s show, Tom and Sean do their best to describe the Suns’ meltdown in Game 7, where the team goes from here and unfortunately put Chris Paul’s legacy into perspective. Next, the guys discuss the Celtics advancing to the East finals, predict the conference finals and thrn touch on som…
 
Season 3, Episode 4 Anca Trifan, Founder, Creator and CEO, Tree-Fan Events How can women in business navigate and challenge stereotypes associated with their outward appearance? Anca Trifan, founder, creator and CEO of Tree-Fan Events, speaks candidly about her experience as a woman in the male-dominated field of AV and event production.…
 
In this episode, Helen speaks with Mary Eberstadt about faith, family, feminism, and the future. Mary Eberstadt holds the Panula Chair in Christian Culture at the Catholic Information Center in Washington DC and is Senior Research Fellow at the Faith & Reason Institute. She is an American writer whose contributions to the intellectual landscape tra…
 
We’re another season older and wiser! Season 2 of Business, Interrupted has come to an end, and we’re taking the opportunity to look back at the experts who shared their insights and advice with us. Listen as hosts Brian Zawada and Cheyene Marling break down their learnings and reminisce about their favorite moments from this season.…
 
Concluding their series on “What the Robin Knows: How Birds Reveal the Secrets of the Natural World” by Jon Young, the women discuss follow-ups and fan responses during the book cycle. Naked in the forest, multiple penises, doing it birdie style, self-esteem & mirrors, and Bird Call Challenge. Discussion Points: Squiggy’s Stumble Forward T-shirt Tw…
 
EPISODE #342-- We are back on that Dick-- Philip K. Dick, that is. We're talking Richard Linklater's 2006 sci-fi/animated minor-masterpiece A SCANNER DARKLY (staring Keanu Reeves, Winona Rider, and. . . Alex Jones? Oh no). It's a good one. Don't miss it. What else? We also talk SLACKER (1990), VON RYAN'S EXPRESS (1965), and THE WAY OF THE GUN (2000…
 
Health inequities continue to prevail in the African American communities. Despite economic or social status, people of color are too often treated differently among medical institutions and professionals. The impact of that treatment can have devastating impacts among those treated unfairly. While women are more vocal about this treatment, we tend…
 
There are so many books, videos and workshops on starting your own company. The problem for anyone listening to this podcast is that none of them come from the perspective of a developer. That’s why we were so excited that the founder & CTO of Drata, Daniel Marashlian – who has previously founded eight companies before hitting a billion-dollar valu…
 
Welcome back to the Sorry to Interrupt podcast! The guys are reunited again and jump right into things by discussing the Jets and Giants’ drafts and their levels of optimism for both franchises. Next, Tom and Sean go in depth on the NBA playoffs before talking about the Yankees’ and Mets’ early success and some PGA. Thanks to everyone who support t…
 
Life can throw so many difficult things our way, but my guest today is Jay Tiegs and he is here to tell you that you need to "Do Hard Thing." Jay is a high performance leadership coach with over 25 years of service in the United States Army. Jay has led hundreds of men and women and has deep level of understanding when it comes to leadership and mo…
 
The Book Interrupted women finish their discussion on “What the Robin Knows: How Birds Reveal the Secrets of the Natural World” by Jon Young, then share their final book reports. Do they recommend the book? Discussion Points: The last chapter Listening to the birds Exercises and techniques learned from the book Mindful meditation, nature, and fores…
 
At LinearB, we like to think we spend all our time figuring out how to unlock developer potential. To find ways to let devs do more of the work they love and reduce the amount of time they spend dealing with needless hurdles, idling and churn. We’re not the only ones thinking about how to do this, though. At our recent INTERACT panel, we assembled …
 
EPISODE #341- Today we take on the big, ridiculous crime film that is TRUCK TURNER (1974). Starring Nichelle Nichols, Yaphet Kotto, and Isaac Hayes (who contributes a score), Truck Turner is a perfect encapsulation of a time and a place and one of the scummiest movies we've ever reviewed (it's a masterpiece is what I'm saying). We also talk about T…
 
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Christine Emba is a columnist for The Washington Post writing about ideas and society. Prior, she was the Hilton Kramer Fellow in Criticism at the New Criterion and a deputy editor at the Economist Intelligence Unit, focusing on technology and innovation. In this episode, Helen talks with Christine about the absolute nightmare scenario that is mode…
 
From backlogged ports to continued COVID lockdowns, supply chain has continuously been in the headlines. It’s something the average consumer doesn’t pay much attention to, but for our guest today, it’s her bread and butter. Elaine Boltz, Chief Operating and Transformation Officer at Crocs, took on her role right as the pandemic hit, giving her quit…
 
Staff Resiliency in Long Term Care Dr. Natalie Manley, assistant professor in the Division of Geriatrics, Gerontology and Palliative Medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, joins NETEC’s Dr. Vanessa Rabbe to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on staff resiliency in long-term care settings. What challenges have long-term care…
 
The Book Interrupted women continue their discussion on “What the Robin Knows: How Birds Reveal the Secrets of the Natural World” by Jon Young, exploring topics of balance, individuality in animals, bird calls, and learning from nature. Discussion Points: Did you like the book? Can being out in nature create a balance? Time management Connecting ou…
 
Few companies have mastered making products consumers actually want to use like Toast. A $30 billion giant in the tech-food business, Toast faced their worst case scenario during the pandemic when the restaurants at the heart of their business were all forced to shut down. Toast rose like a phoenix to become one of the best success stories of pivot…
 
EPISODE #340-- We return down under to talk about the road trip thriller ROADGAMES (1981), directed by Richard Franklin and staring Stacy Keach and Jamie Lee Curtis. We talk road trip movies, Alfred Hitchcock, Brian diPalma, and we also rap about NIGHT MOVES (1975) and-- what else?-- THE BATMAN (2022) (again). Donate to the cause at Patreon.com/Qua…
 
We are back to discuss another of our nine community values, “STUDENTS ARE OUR TOP PRIORITY. Join us along with our special guest, Luoluo Hong - Vice President of Student Engagement & Wellbeing, Tiffiny Hughes-Troutman - Director, Center for Assessment, Referral, and Education (CARE), and Gerome Stephens - Director for the Center for Student Engage…
 
Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication. According to the Centers for Disease Control, autism affects an estimated 1 in 44 children in the United States today. In this Episode we speak to Tracey Foskey, C…
 
The size and scope of the aviation industry make disruption a frighteningly real possibility. Yet for our guests, Andrew Velasquez, First Deputy Aviation Commissioner for the Chicago Department of Aviation, and Justin Pierce, Emergency Management Director for Los Angeles World Airports, planning and preparation enable them to maintain continuity. I…
 
Becoming a dad will be one of the most rewarding adventures that a man goes on but it can also be incredibly scary at the same time. Helping men understand their purpose and find meaning in this ever changing world is exactly what Larry Hagner has set out to do. Larry Hagner is the host and founder of The Dad Edge Podcast and he is on a mission to …
 
The Book Interrupted women share their personal journals while reading “What the Robin Knows: How Birds Reveal the Secrets of the Natural World” by Jon Young. They continued on to the group discussion, exploring whether energy and emotions are contagious across species, birds calls, pet versus city versus country birds, if they liked reading the bo…
 
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What do the teams at Stack Overflow, DataStax and Reprise have in common? First, they’ve all built amazing organizations powered by amazing developers. Second, they’ve managed to build and retain these amazing developers in an ultra-competitive hiring market. Third, they all took time at our recent INTERACT conference to discuss how they created en…
 
As the business world becomes more digitally focused and enabled, many of the most impactful and disruptive events we encounter are cyber driven. It’s no longer a question of if a cyber disruption will occur, it’s when. In this episode, Chief Information Security Officers Jim Kastle of Kimberly-Clark and Mark Eggleston of CSC join host Brian Zawada…
 
EPISODE #339-- A very fine bat-greetings, chums. Just in time to be two days late to its arrival to HBO MAX, Cruz and James tackle the latest reboot/remake/re-entry/sequel of the Batman pantheon THE BATMAN (2022), directed by Matt Reeves. It's a big episode for big boys! We also briefly talk MEPHISTO (1981) from Hungary! Donate to the cause at Patr…
 
In this episode, Helen and Erika Bachiochi discuss the "lost vision" of women, our rights, and our social responsibility, detailed in Erika's newest book, The Rights of Women: Reclaiming a Lost Vision. Erika Bachiochi is a legal scholar specializing in Equal Protection jurisprudence, feminist legal theory, Catholic social teaching, and sexual ethic…
 
Welcome into episode 237 of the Sorry to Interrupt podcast. It’s that time again for our NFL draft extravaganza which means resident draft expert Mike French returned to go over EVERYTHING you need to know for next week’s draft. Hunker down, space it out, whatever you need to do but don’t miss a minute! Tom and Sean will be back soon to recap MLB a…
 
The Book Interrupted women continue their conversation on “What the Robin Knows: How Birds Reveal the Secrets of the Natural World” by Jon Young, exploring topics of bird language, multitasking, interconnectedness, naturalists versus naturists, and so much more. The episode ends with a new challenge: can you master/mimic a bird call and spell it? D…
 
You ever get the feeling that the way most companies are set up doesn’t really make sense? That the passion you have for coding and tech gets sucked out when you do it for a business, instead of it being amplified? Matt K. Parker had that realization… hard. A third-generation programmer, Matt’s epiphany that there was something wrong with the way t…
 
Welcome into Epusode 236 of the Sorry to Interrupt podcast! On today’s episode, the guys go over the NBA play-in games, preview playoff matchups, and then go into the first week of the MLB season including the starts for the Yankees and Mets. Lastly, Tom recaps the Masters and looks ahead to future PGA tournaments. Everyone enjoy the pod and stay t…
 
The Book Interrupted women continue Season Two with “What the Robin Knows: How Birds Reveal the Secrets of the Natural World” by Jon Young. Each member expresses individually how they feel either before reading or beginning to read “What the Robin Knows”, then they continue the discussion into a group chat. Through the topics of sit spots, Scouts, …
 
EPISODE #338-- Today we tackle the classic knock-off monster movie ALLIGATOR (1980) staring Robert Forster, Henry Silva, and Robin Riker. We also rap about CODA (2021), VELVET UNDERGROUND (2021), and THE LAST EMPEROR (1988), among other things. It's a big week for pictures, folks. Donate to the cause at Patreon.com/Quality. Follow the show on Twitt…
 
April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication. According to the Centers for Disease Control, autism affects an estimated 1 in 44 children in the United States today. In this pod…
 
If you looked up the term “firing on all cylinders” in the dictionary, I’m fairly confident there would be a picture of Sarvenaz Myslicki next to it. A next-gen leader who earned the role of VP of Technology at American Express by the age of 30, Savernaz is a published author, an in-demand thought-leader on mentorship and has one of the largest fol…
 
Welcome into Episode 234 of the Sorry to Interrupt podcast! On today’s episode, Tom and Sean recap a great NCAA tournament before analyzing Tiger’s amazing return to The Masters and who Tom likes in the tournament. Next, the guys look at the NBA playoff picture here in the final week of the regular season as well as the level of concern for Sean’s …
 
How do you restore business operations and move forward in the midst of the worst possible tragedy? Matthew Horace, Chief Security Officer at Mayo Clinic, spent more than two decades as a federal agent before transitioning to the private sector. Over the course of his career, he helped navigate three of the biggest tragedies imaginable: The Oklahom…
 
Helen and Abigail discuss the ways that various common ideas about womanhood lead to real personal damage. The conversation covers everything from performative femininity to birth control to transgenderism. Abigail Favale, Ph.D., is a writer, professor, and speaker. She currently directs and teaches in the William Penn Honors Program, a Great Books…
 
Follow up interview with inspiring Kirsten Karchmer, author of “Seeing Red: The One Book Every Woman Needs to Read. Period.” How has she been over the past year and what are her current projects? How can we change the messaging around periods and puberty? Discussion Points: Tik Tok Parents in Texas can now be prosecuted for child abuse if they give…
 
In so many professions, the reward for exceptional work is a promotion to management. Unfortunately, for developers whose programming gets them singled out for promotion, the skills to manage a team have nothing to do with the work that got them recognized in the first place. James Stanier, Director of Engineering at Shopify, understands the pitfal…
 
Business continuity and resilience professionals spend significant time preparing for the worst situations imaginable. With the recent conflict in Ukraine and geopolitical tensions continuing to escalate, some of those scenarios have become reality. Whether it's government sanctions, cyber attacks, or currently unrealized consequences, the potentia…
 
Flurona and the Future of Respiratory Virus Season Flurona! What is it? Is it real? Is it the next superbug? Can someone be infected with the flu and COVID-19 at the same time? The term ‘flurona’ has been making the rounds in the news recently and has caused some confusion. Join us for this episode of Transmission Interrupted as NETEC’s Lauren Saue…
 
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