Fiona Barnett 'Candy Girl" : Satanic Ritual Abuse Survivor / Anthony Kidman Accuser Fiona Rae Holowczak was born October 28, 1969, in Sydney, Australia. The surname Holowczak belonged to the man her parents believed to be her paternal grandfather. When Fiona was 15 years of age, her true paternal grandfather was located in Jelenia Gora, Poland. Fiona and her six younger siblings subsequently had new birth certificates issued featuring their actual surname – Rylko. Fiona underwent another name change after marrying Englishman Jon Barnett. The couple reside with their two exceptional children on Australia’s far northern New South Wales coast. Jon is a blood relative to Toni Gardiner, the mother of King Hussein of Jordan. Fiona is academic by nature and has spent too many years compensating for her poor public school education. She has studied visual arts, education, art therapy and psychology at a tertiary level. In 2010, Fiona had almost completed a masters in forensic psychology at a private Gold Coast university, when certain staff targeted her for removal from the psychology industry. This attack immediately followed her adherence to mandatory reporting legislation regarding disclosure of child abuse allegations by a client in the Bond University Psychology Clinic. This attack was one of many endured since escaping her childhood perpetrators. Bond University staff conspired to mislead authorities regarding Fiona’s age at the time of her child abuse experiences. They reported her as an adult perpetrator, instead of a child victim of the crimes she experienced, to the Queensland Police and Psychology Board. Select staff within these government organisations then collaborated with Bond University to destroy Fiona’s chosen profession. They also targeted her physical safety. This pinnacle attack on Fiona’s life triggered a chain of events that led to the existence of the Pedophiles Down Under website. Tired of the constant threats to her family’s safety, and incessant sabotage of her efforts to participate normally in Australian society, Fiona realised she had no choice but to go public. In 2013, Fiona provided witness testimony to the Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Abuse. She simultaneously participated in mainstream media interviews and published a series of articles in a popular Australian online news journal. Fiona’s public disclosure led to other Australian victims coming forward and requesting assistance and exposure for their experiences. Her official complaint against key perpetrator, and high profile Australian psychologist, Dr Antony Kidman immediately preceded his mysterious death in Singapore and attracted global attention. Fiona has since relinquished any desire for acceptance or recognition within mainstream Australian society. She is currently studying law for the purpose of keeping her hungry brain satiated, and to better understand her legal rights and options in the face of perpetual threat and harassment from those who misuse their power and authority to maintain the VIP pedophile network’s agenda. Yes – Fiona is ‘just an attention seeker.’ She seeks to draw the public’s attention to the true nature and extent of child sex trafficking within Australian society. This criminal industry depends on the clandestine support and involvement of representatives from all aspects of Australian government including legal, health and educational. No – Fiona is ‘not normal.’ Comprehensive testing has consistently shown her cognitive ability to fall within the far right tail on the normal distribution curve. Her brain has unusual physical structure and function; it is denser and more interconnected. This permits Fiona to perceive patterns and relationships between seemingly unrelated bits of information. It allows her to think in a highly abstract and unconventional manner, to predict human reactions long before they happen, and to notice things others simply don’t. This unique capacity tends to unnerve observers, when it is simply the product of an unusually fast brain. Fiona’s cognitive make-up also gives her a rare sense of empathy – the ability to place herself in other peoples’ shoes. This is why Fiona, while busy processing her own horror memories plus managing the constant barrage of physical attacks on her young family, musters the time and energy to help others. Her advocacy efforts were well demonstrated in the Gold Coast Hogtie Doctor case

137-The Mystery of Fiona Macleod  

When the Scottish writer William Sharp died in 1905, his wife revealed a surprising secret: For 10 years he had kept up a second career as a reclusive novelist named Fiona Macleod, carrying on correspondences and writing works in two distinctly different styles. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll explore Sharp's curious relationship with his feminine alter ego, whose sporadic appearances perplexed even him.

We'll also hunt tigers in Singapore and puzzle over a surprisingly unsuccessful bank robber.


In 1904 Mrs. Membury, of Hyde Corner, Bridport, Dorset, set out to make a snake of stamps.

In 1996, mathematician Michael J. Bradley noticed that his son's Little League rulebook specified a geometrically impossible home plate.

Sources for our feature on Fiona Macleod:

Flavia Alaya, William Sharp -- “Fiona Macleod,” 1855-1905, 1970.

Terry L. Meyers, The Sexual Tensions of William Sharp, 1996.

John Sutherland, Curiosities of Literature, 2013.

"Sharp's Death Solves a Literary Mystery," New York Times, Dec. 15, 1905.

Emmeline Pethick Lawrence, "A Man With Two Souls," Votes for Women, Jan. 6, 1911.

"The Past Year's Literary Output," Sydney Morning Herald, Feb. 16, 1901.

"Fiona Macleod," Athenaeum 3733 (May 13, 1899), 596.

"Fiona Macleod," The Academy, May 15, 1897, 525-526.

Georgiana Goddard King, "Fiona Macleod," Modern Language Notes 33:6 (June 1918), 352-356.

Alfred Noyes, "Fiona Macleod," Fortnightly Review 79:469 (January 1906), 163.

"Fiona Macleod," The Academy, Dec. 16, 1905, 1312-1313.

Ethel Rolt-Wheeler, "Fiona Macleod -- The Woman," Fortnightly Review 106:635 (November 1919), 780-790.

Frank Rinder, "William Sharp -- 'Fiona Macleod,'" Art Journal, February 1906, 44-45.

"Miss Fiona Macleod," The Sketch 23:296 (Sept. 28, 1898), 430.

"Fiona Macleod," Vogue 13:13 (March 30, 1899), 206.

Catharine A. Janvier, "Fiona Macleod and Her Creator William Sharp," North American Review 184:612 (April 5, 1907), 718-732.

William Sharp "Fiona Macleod" Archive, Institute of English Studies, University of London.

James Norman Hall, Oh Millersville!, 1940.

Edward Brunner, "'Writing Another Kind of Poetry': James Norman Hall as 'Fern Gravel' in Oh Millersville!", Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies 8/9 (Spring 2006), 44-59.

Listener mail:

Cara Giaimo, "How Millions of Secret Silk Maps Helped POWs Escape Their Captors in WWII," Atlas Obscura, Dec. 20, 2016.

"A Tiger in Town," Straits Times, Aug. 13, 1902.

"Notes of the Day," Straits Times, Oct. 27, 1930.

Tom Standage, A History of the World in Six Glasses, 2010.

Mark Pendergrast, Uncommon Grounds: The History of Coffee and How It Transformed Our World, 2010.

This week's lateral thinking puzzle was contributed by listener Davide Tassinari, who sent this corroborating link (warning -- this spoils the puzzle).

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20VC: Learnings From Mary Meeker & Larry Summers, Missing Out On Uber & The Changing World of VC with Canvas Partner, Rebecca Lynn  

Rebecca Lynn is a Partner @ Canvas, where she focusses on Fintech, Digital Health, SaaS and mobile. Rebecca led an early stage investment in Lending Club, which was the largest US technology IPO of 2014 and the 4th largest Internet IPO since 2001. She has also led investments in the likes of Check (acquired by Intuit), RelateIQ (acquired by Salesforce), Proximity, Practice Fusion and more incredible companies. Prior to being in VC, Rebecca held operational roles at NextCard where she rose to become VP of Marketing and Head of Customer Acquisition and saw the company going public with a $1.3bn market cap.


In Today’s Episode You Will Learn:

1.) How Rebecca made her way into the wonderful world of VC?

2.) How does Rebecca view the importance of brand and thematic focus in the world of VC today? How can a VC be focussed thematically without missing moonshots?

3.) What were Rebecca's biggest lessons from sitting on boards with the likes of Mary Meeker and Larry Summers? How did that change how Rebecca viewed being a board member?

4.) "Fintech is all about distribution and acquisition". What does Rebecca make of this statement? How have we seen evolution in both distribution and acquisition in the rising tide of new fintech startups?

5.) How does Rebecca analyse fund economics? What does she make of the mega $1Bn funds raised over the last year? What is the optimal size fund for Rebecca?

Items Mentioned In Today’s Show:

Rebecca’s Fave Blog: The Daily Shot

Rebecca’s Fave Book: Influence by Robert Cialdini

As always you can follow Harry, The Twenty Minute VC and Rebecca on Twitter here!

Likewise, you can follow Harry on Snapchat here for mojito madness and all things 20VC.

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20VC: Maveron's Rebecca Kaden on The Patterns Of Entrepreneurship and Taking A Consumer Product From Niche To Mass Market  
Rebecca Kaden is a Partner at Maveron where she identifies emerging consumer-focused entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley, Southern California, and New York. Rebecca also plays a leading role in Maveron's seed program, where they partner with emerging consumer companies at their earliest stages. She’s a Board Observer at August, Common, Darby Smart, Dolls Kill, Eargo, Earnest and General Assembly. Her outstanding achievements have been recognised by Forbes who included Rebecca is their annual '30 Under 30'.   As always we would like thank the awesome team at Mattermark for providing us with all the data and analysis for the show today, check out Mattermark search here!   In Today's Episode You Will Learn:

1.) How Rebecca made her way into the wonderful world of VC?

2.) Maveron have shown their belief in the consumerisation of IOT. What are Rebecca's thoughts on the space, how it is progressing, barriers that are preventing mass adoption?

3.) What is your take on the integration of messaging and chat with IOT? Whis there a recent broader market positivity towards chat interfaces at the moment?

4.) Maveron have also shown their likeability towards hardware investments so why is this? Why do Maveron not feel the broader VC market concerns of shipping, logistics? Are we seeing a shift in investing patterns in hardware?

5.) How do Rebecca approach the common problem with consumer startups transtioning from an early adopter market to a mass market product?  What does Rebecca feel is the tipping point? What is necessary to make the transition from SF hipster client to everyone?

6.) What are the benefits are of having a narrow investing thesis (only consumer)? How has Rebecca found it? Is it challenging when finding companies you would like to invest in but are outside the mandate?

Items Mentioned In Today's Episode:

Rebecca's Fave Book:

Pale Fire, Vladamir Nobokov Rebecca's Fave Blog or Newsletter: Sarah TavelBrad FeldWait But Why

Rebecca's Most Recent Investment:

Booster Fuels   As always you can follow The Twenty Minute VCHarry and Rebecca on Twitter here! If you would like to see a more colourful side to Harry with many a mojito session, you can follow him on Instagram here!   How many emails do you have in your inbox right now? A hundred? A thousand? The answer is too many. But here’s the thing—even though I knew I wanted to do something about it, I didn’t know how. It’s called SaneBox. SaneBox sorts through your email and moves all of the trivial stuff into a different folder so the only messages in your inbox are the ones you actually want to see. Visit today and they’ll throw in an extra $20 credit on top of the two-week free trial.   
#515 - Fiona Apple  09/18/1997  

Classic Loveline #515 - 09/18/97 - Guest Fiona Apple - Thursday Night Show. This is the only appearance of Fiona known to exist in full. She guested on 11/11/1996 but the majority of that show is lost, we just heard a partial of it during the best of's. She was also on MTV Loveline on 1/19/1997. A couple fan files of this show have been floating around but now we have official version in full. Adam says Drew digs Fiona while his mic is turned off. Fiona reveals she is currently dating David Blaine. Caller Victoria praises Fiona for her speech at the VMA's. Her song "Criminal" is played and she has to leave after 3/4 of the show. Fiona can be followed on her official page at and on Facebook at

Rebecca Minkoff, Fashion Mogul  

Fresh out of high school and with almost no money, 18-year-old San Diego native Rebecca Minkoff moved to New York to launch her own fashion line. After years of sewing on apartment floors and diligent financial planning with her brother Uri, Minkoff is now a fashion industry leader and maverick -- but the path she took to get here didn't always go as planned. Rebecca Minkoff website: Rebecca Minkoff on Facebook: Rebecca Minkoff on Instagram: Rebecca Minkoff on Twitter: * ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS: Rebecca Jarvis is the Chief Business, Technology and Economics correspondent for ABC News. She is also the host, creator, and managing editor of Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis. Rebecca on Facebook: Rebecca on Instagram: Rebecca on Twitter: * DISCOVER MORE PODCASTS:

1,045 - Being Infatuated with Someone  

There’s a difference between being a fan of someone famous and being a complete lunatic. Learn more in this episode.

Slow dialog: 2:27
Explanations: 3:35
Fast dialog: 16:47

Marcel: What is this on your wall?

Fiona: It’s my tribute to Del Gordon, my favorite player.

Marcel: This isn’t a tribute. It’s a shrine!

Fiona: It’s not a shrine. I just have a few pictures of him taped on my wall.

Marcel: You have poster-size pictures of him covering three walls of your room. This goes beyond being a fan. You’re obsessed with him.

Fiona: No, I’m not obsessed. I admit that I’m a little infatuated with him, but it’s a healthy kind of adulation.

Marcel: You’ve definitely gotten carried away.

Fiona: Just a little. I’m devoted to watching him play in every game and I try to find out as much as I can about him, but it’s because I admire him. It’s not like I’m stalking him or something.

Marcel: Then why do you have all of this equipment?

Fiona: That’s in case there’s a sighting of him in this city.

Marcel: A sighting?

Fiona: Yes, there’s a network of fans that keeps tabs on him and if I learn that he’s in town, I can try to get a photo with him.

Marcel: And what are those handcuffs for?

Fiona: I only have those in case he doesn’t cooperate.

Marcel: You’re right. Your infatuation is completely healthy!

Script by Dr. Lucy Tse

155: How To Trust YOURSELF with Rebecca Campbell  
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If you feel the need or calling to spend more time and connect with your soul, today’s heart-warming conversation with author and soulful teacher, Rebecca Campbell, is just the ticket. With an early fascination around the world of spirituality, souls and past lives, Rebecca had always felt a little “weird.” Not because she enjoyed these things, but because others were uncomfortable with it. And so from that young age, she seemingly led a double life – one that was “normal” with her school-aged friends and the other with a group of older, wise women who taught her about the healing arts and the power of intuitive arts. Rebecca always knew she wanted to create (writing, designing etc.), so following that path, she pursued the “normal” career in advertising. She had a very successful career as a creative director, but after experiencing a great period of loss, Rebecca knew she wanted to do more with all those little “soul whispers” that tugged at her heart. With the pipes and structures literally crumbling around her and navigating through her grief, Rebecca began to finally answer this calling and began to write what soon became her first book, Light Is the New Black, followed by Rise Sister Rise. She is grateful for all the life events that led her to where she is today and truly believes that this is the exact path she was meant to take. It is her hope that her story encourages you all to follow the “different path” if you feel so called – even if it happens in baby steps to reach your goals.

“The dots always join in the end and nothing is ever wasted.” --

Questions Asked in This Episode

• How did you get in touch with your inner wild woman to be who you are now? • Did you have to reframe while you were going through that journey? • What did surrendering to your soul look like? • Is there a way to answer the soul’s calling without hitting rock-bottom? • What do you say to someone who doesn’t know who they are? • How do you feel about women and sisterhood, and why is it important? • What do you when you feel like you’ve been put in a box as a “good girl?” • What has been the toughest thing you’ve had to let go of in order to step into your authentic self?

In This Episode You Will Learn:

• About the importance of listening to your head vs. your heart

• How to develop a devotional and spiritual practice

• How to surrender to your soul’s calling

• Why you need to listen to your “soul whispers” and the importance of connecting to them

• The commonalities between the seasons of life and nature

• About doing work with other women in sync with monthly cycles

• The importance of ancestral roots and why you must trust your own power/intuition

• Why you don’t have to be a “good girl”

• And so much more…


“Often our soul’s calling is scary, but it was more uncomfortable and scary to stay where I was than it was to throw my life up in the air.”

“Sometimes rock-bottom moments are beautiful opportunities to just do it.”

“Alright, soul, you’re running the shop now.”

“The voice of our soul/intuition is the part of us that is linked to the entire universe.”

“Follow what lights you up.”

“When we’re inspired, when we’re lit up, we’re in our spirit and in that rhythmic flow and in that surrendered space.”

“When we connect in with our spirit, then we don’t have to work out every step of the way – we just have to move our feet.”

“In order for something to rise within us, something needs to fall away to clear that space.”

“When things are blooming, it’s just as good as when the leaves are falling.”

“If we’re trying to fit in a box, the people who ARE your people won’t be able to see you.” “Trust the wisdom of your soul.”


Rebecca Campbell is a best-selling author, spiritual teacher, grounded spiritual mentor and soulful guide. Bestselling author of Light Is The New Black, Rebecca has guided thousands of women to listen to the callings of their soul and create a life that is completely aligned to them.

Her second book is Rise Sister Rise. In 2015, she was awarded the ‘Promising New Talent’ award by the Mind Body Spirit Festival in London. In 2016 Rebecca received ‘Emerging Voice’ by Kindred Spirit Magazine and was honoured to receive the ‘100 Women of Spirit’ award by Dadi Janki of the Brahama Kumaris for feminine leadership and spiritual service.

Drawing on her unique experience as an award-winning advertising creative director, Rebecca loves helping people tap into their creativity and lead from a place that is authentic and light up the world in a way that only they can.

Resources: IG: @rebeccathoughts FB: Books by Rebecca Campbell: Rise Sister Rise – Light Is the New Black –

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038 Becca Greenwood | Breaking Through Strongholds  

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“Where are we limiting ourselves? What are the lies that we have embraced because of our life circumstances or things that have happened that would keep us or hold us back from the fullness of identity that the Lord has for us?” –Rebecca Greenwood


From an early age, Rebecca Greenwood struggled with strongholds in her life: anger, depression and multiple fears. She feared authority figures, displeasing others, heights, the dark…even while she was a church youth leader and member of the worship team.


Through a process that she describes in this podcast, Rebecca learned how to break free from these strongholds through uncovering their root causes and allowing God to heal them.  She shares how you can find freedom and lasting peace through this process, and help others to do the same.


“We will want in our personal lives to see God's kingdom extended wherever He has placed us…We can be totally bold and humble all at the same time.”-Rebecca Greenwood


You will learn:


How to identify the areas in your life where you are limiting yourself

How to uncover your own strongholds and their root causes

How to replace the lies about yourself that you have been believing with truths about who you were really created to be


How to retrain and renew your mind


Rebecca is co-founder and president of Christian Harvest International and Strategic Prayer Action Network (SPAN).


From the time she was young girl, Rebecca felt a drawing of the Lord that she would be used by Him. Her mother used to tell Rebecca she was blessed and her father loved to sing a son entitled Far Away Places to she and her sister when they were small girls. Little did her parents know they were speaking her destiny into her heart and mind even from the time she was a young child.


In a prayer time in 1990 she felt a strong presence of the Spirit in which she was overcome. During this time the Lord showed her a vision of thousands and thousands of souls from many nations. He challenged her saying, Becca, will you be accountable for the souls I have assigned to you? Will you reach them for Me? Her heart captivated by this experience, she seriously responded to the mandate of the Lord to the nations. Since this Kingdom encounter, her passion has been seeing the lands of the world impacted for the Glory of God and reaching people with the gospel and setting the captive free. Her heart cry has become, Lord give me the nations. . As a result, prophecy, prophetic intercession, transformational spiritual warfare prayer, spiritual mapping, deliverance and teaching the word of God extensively in the many lands of the earth are the main thrusts of Christian Harvest.


Over the past 22 years, she has participated and led in spiritual warfare prayer journeys to 25 countries such as Egypt, Nepal, Italy, Turkey, Russia, Ukraine, Ireland, Spain, China, and to many cities and locations throughout the United States in which measurable breakthrough of transformation have been realized.


Having a heart for lost souls, Rebecca has seen many saved and set free. She ministers in transparency from her personal experiences of overcoming fear, depression and rebellion into freedom. She is committed to equipping in scriptural truths on how to live an overcoming life of purpose, fulfillment and destiny. And to equip people and churches to have a Jesus captivated and authoritative prayer life in which change and transformation are realized.


While she loves to travel the world and partner with the Lord in touching people's lives, Rebecca's favorite and most cherished times are with her husband Greg and their three beautiful daughters: Kendall, Rebecca and Katie. They reside in Colorado Springs, CO and are members of Freedom Church.


Rebecca has been a guest on TBN, Its Supernatural, God Knows and the Harvest Show. She has written for publications such as Charisma, Pray! Magazine and Spirit-Led Woman. She graduated with a Doctorate of Practical Ministry from Wagner Leadership Institute where she also serves as a core faculty member.


She is the author of six books:


   Authority to Tread

Rebecca, Fiona, Veronica, Agnieszka  

Kändisbarn, klubbprofiler, bloggare, låtskrivare och artister. Rebecca och Fiona är två glamourösa kompisar som delar allt utom pojkvänner och parfym i jakten på det stora genombrottet i musikvärlden. I tio avsnitt på SVT-webben får vi följa deras vardag. I veckans Kino berättar dom om hur det är att vara nykläckta realitystjärnor och om varför SVT valt att följa just dom här två. "De nutida polska regissörerna är lata, endimensionella, platta och ointresserade", säger Agnieszka Holland om sina unga kollegor. Hon menar att den hårda censuren under kommunisttiden gjorde att regissörerna blev mer kreativa och tycker att de samtida kollegorna är alltför självmedvetna. Regissören som arbetat i både Polen och Hollywood regisserar nu tv-serier som "The Wire" och ser stor konstnärlig potential där. Holland besökte Sverige under den polska filmfestivalen Kinoteka och hörs i Kino denna vecka. Hon gjorde “peek a boo bang"-frisyren het på 40-talet och var med i filmer som "Glasnyckeln"och "Med tio cents på fickan". Veckans klassiker handlar om skådespelerskan Veronica Lake. Dessutom Michael Douglas om hur det är att göra promotion för "Wall Street 2" mitt under en cellgiftsbehandling och Liv Strömqvist berättar om vilken film hon sett flest gånger i vår serie "Om igen". Rebecca, Fiona, Veronica, Agnieszka i veckans Kino. Kändisbarn, klubbprofiler, bloggare, låtskrivare och artister. Rebecca och Fiona är två glamourösa kompisar som delar allt utom pojkvänner och parfym i jakten på det stora genombrottet i musikvärlden. I tio avsnitt på SVT-webben får vi följa deras vardag. I veckans Kino berättar dom om hur det är att vara nykläckta realitystjärnor och om varför SVT valt att följa just dom här två. "De nutida polska regissörerna är lata, endimensionella, platta och ointresserade", säger Agnieszka Holland om sina unga kollegor. Hon menar att den hårda censuren under kommunisttiden gjorde att regissörerna blev mer kreativa och tycker att de samtida kollegorna är alltför självmedvetna. Regissören som arbetat i både Polen och Hollywood regisserar nu tv-serier som "The Wire" och ser stor konstnärlig potential där. Holland besökte Sverige under den polska filmfestivalen Kinoteka och hörs i Kino denna vecka. Hon gjorde "peek a boo bang"-frisyren het på 40-tal

Fiona Vroom Interview | AfterBuzz TV’s Spotlight On  

AFTERBUZZ TV – AfterBuzz TV’s Spotlight On edition, is a long form interview series featuring actors discussing their roles and shows as well as their thoughts, passions and journeys. In this episode host Frank Moran interviews Fiona Vroom. ABOUT FIONA VROOM: Fiona Vroom is an actress and writer, known for Star Trek Beyond (2016), Big […]

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Ireland's Vanishing Triangle - Part 1  

Eight women disappeared without a trace from the eastern part of Ireland between 1993 and 1998.  Authorities have gone to great lengths to solve these cases but have not had any luck finding evidence.  In this first segment, I will discuss the details of their disappearances.  In the next segment, I will discuss suspects and the possibility that a serial killer was operating in the area at the time. The following women are included in this episode: Annie McCarrick (pictured) Eva Brennan Imelda Keenan Josephine (JoJo) Dollard Fiona Pender Ciara Breen Fiona Sinnott Deirdre Jacob If you have any information about their disappearances, please call 1800 666 111 Links to audio clips used in the show:

AS187: On Being Transgender, with Fiona  

This week I’m joined by Fiona to talk about her life as a transgender person. Fiona came out within the past year and has had to overcome a lot of challenges along the way. Fiona talks about how people have reacted, or not reacted, and also how every day things like using a public restroom … Continue reading AS187: On Being Transgender, with Fiona

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#500 - Fiona Apple and L7  08/28/1997  

CLL - 500 - Thursday Night Show - 08-28-1997 - Guests Fiona Apple and L7 - Best Of. This episode contains the only known clips of Fiona's 2nd appearance on the show, Adam describes how tough a nut Fiona is and the lack of Hollywood trappings surrounding her. Fiona credits her years of therapy for why she's able to blend in with the show so well, Adam is really making this a Fiona love fest.

#28: Erica Hill, Journalist & Anchor of ‘On the Story with Erica Hill'  

Erica Hill is an award-winning journalist who began her career as a production assistant before working her way up to producer, and eventually anchor. Hill has worked for a number of major news outlets including CBS (with Rebecca!), NBC, and is now the anchor of HLN's 'On the Story with Erica Hill.' She is also a regular contributor to CNN as an anchor and correspondent. Hill shares the lessons she's learned throughout her career, the importance of being resilient and gives her best advice for aspiring journalists. Like what we're doing? Leave a review! ----> Follow Erica Hill on Instagram & Twitter: @EricaRHill Like Erica Hill on Facebook: Check out “On the Story with Erica Hill” Follow “On the Story with Erica Hill” on Twitter: @OnTheStory * ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebecca Jarvis is the Chief Business, Technology and Economics correspondent for ABC News. She is also the Host, Creator, and Managing Editor of Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis and this podcast No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis. Like Rebecca on Facebook: Follow Rebecca on Instagram: @RebeccaJarvis Follow Rebecca on Twitter:  @RebeccaJarvis Follow Rebecca on Snapchat: RebeccaJarvis

#19: Anna Chlumsky, Actress  

Emmy nominated actress Anna Chlumsky first gained notoriety when she was only 10 years old when she starred in the movie "My Girl" alongside Macaulay Culkin. To the outside world it may have seemed like she was well on her way, but by the time she got to college at the University of Chicago (with Rebecca!) she had sworn off acting. After graduating, she moved to New York to work for Zagat and potentially pursue a career in publishing. After two years in the publishing world, she began to rediscover her love of acting. She started to pursue her craft with full force, honing her talent with classes and by performing free shows for the experience. Today she is one of the stars of HBO's Emmy-nominated comedy "Veep" which is entering its sixth season. Anna Chlumsky on Twitter @AnnaChlumsky "Veep" on Twitter @VeepHBO Check out Veep * ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebecca Jarvis is the Chief Business, Technology and Economics correspondent for ABC News. She is also the Host, Creator, and Managing Editor of Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis and this podcast, No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis. Rebecca on Facebook: Rebecca on Instagram: @RebeccaJarvis Rebecca on Twitter:  @RebeccaJarvis Rebecca on Snapchat: RebeccaJarvis * DISCOVER MORE PODCASTS:

Bonus: Recode's Kara Swisher on Today's Hot Topics  

Recode’s Kara Swisher discusses Snap Inc.’s upcoming IPO and shares predictions on what may happen for the “camera company”. Rebecca and Kara break down Uber’s current issues and whether they will affect the potential for the company to go public. They also talk Apple acquisitions, and Kara reveals who she believes to be the most overrated company. Please leave us a review! ----> Check out our other podcasts: Follow Kara Swisher on Twitter: @Karaswisher Listen to the Recode Decode podcast: Hear more from Kara: * ABOUT REBECCA JARVIS:  Rebecca Jarvis is the Chief Business, Technology and Economics correspondent for ABC News. She is also the Host, Creator, and Managing Editor of Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis and this podcast No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis. Like Rebecca on Facebook: Follow Rebecca on Instagram: @RebeccaJarvis Follow Rebecca on Twitter:  @RebeccaJarvis Follow Rebecca on Snapchat: RebeccaJarvis

#19 - Clinical Psychologist and Creator of Happi Habbits Dr Rebecca Ray  

Dr Rebecca Ray is a Clinical Psychologist and the creator of a 12 week e-book and online program on positive psychology techniques to help people boost their well-being and learn how to get their happy on!

Rebecca began working as a psychologist intern in 2003 at a private psychiatric hospital in the small NSW coastal town of Taree. In her early career she was exposed to a variety of clients and clinical presentations and began treating trauma through running groups programs for veterans.

Rebecca completed her Doctor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Newcastle in 2006 and her thesis was on examining the effectiveness of a Group-Based Interpersonal Therapy (IPT) Program for combat veterans with PTSD.

On completion of her doctoral studies Rebecca returned home to the Gold coast where she worked for a year as a Clinical Psychologist for the Veterans’ & Veterans’ Families Counselling Service (VVCS) before starting her own private practice where she continued to specialise in trauma, particularly with military and police personnel.

At the beginning of 2015 Rebecca closed her private practice to have a break from clinical work. Not being able to sit still she wrote Happi Habits, a 12 week e-book and online program on positive psychology techniques to help people boost their well-being!

Rebecca plans to continue developing digital products and is currently working on a self-worth program.

Let's see how we all wear it differently with Dr Rebecca Ray!

Visit the website to check out all the links that Rebecca spoke about and her best self-care tip for early career psychologists.

StarShipSofa No 421 Fiona Moore and Jason Koebler  

Coming Up..

Interview: Jason Koebler. Also check out Jason’s amazing podcast “Radio Motherboard

Main Fiction: “The Metaphor” by Fiona Moore

Originally published in Interzone.

Fiona Moore is an anthropologist at the University of London by day and an SF writer by night. Her previous credits include fiction and poetry in, among others, Interzone, Asimov, Dark Horizons and Unlikely Story, three stage plays, four audio plays, and four guidebooks to cult TV series, most recently a 2-volume guide to Battlestar Galactica. She lives in an extremely crowded house in Surrey, and travels a lot. Read all about her adventures at

Narrated by Julie C. Day

Julie C. Day’s fiction has appeared in such venues Interzone, Podcastle, and Resurrection House’s anthology XIII. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Southern Maine’s Stonecoast program  and a Masters of Science in Microbiology from the University of Massachusetts.

You can find Julie’s latest story “Florida Miracles” in Interzone 261. As well as narrating for StarshipSofa, Julie is also the host of the Small Beer Press podcast. If you want to hear more of Julie’s voice, you can find her narration of Carmen Maria Machado’s “I Bury Myself” at

Finally! You can find Julie herself on Twitter @thisjulieday or through her

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