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  • "You feel right to me," she said. "Like naked on cashmere."

    Atticus presents a daily poetry reading of all his poems you know and love, and some you have yet to discover.

    This is a moment to pause. A space for self-reflection. A chance for you to rediscover the poetry in life. We hope it’s going to feel really good — like naked on cashmere.

    New episodes every day at 8pm ET/ 5pm PT. Welcome to your new daily ritual.

  • NoSugarCoat is a no-holds bar conversation that brings to light the stories behind restaurant walls and kitchen doors. The delectable eats you experience are all thanks to the blood, sweat and tears of chefs, restaurateurs, and visionaries from the hospitality industry. Hosted by pastry chef and owner of Le15 Patisserie, Pooja Dhingra, every episode features a conversation with a chef or someone from the food industry about where their passion for food began, their trials and tribulations, and what it took to get to where they are today.

  • Welcome to the great world of greatest stories.
    Narrated by Sameer Goswami

  • Tips, ideas, information and homemade skin care remedies. Expert Sheetal is a scientist in human genetics and the founder of www.apsaraskincare.com. In these informative segments Sheetal teaches you reliable and effective ways to get glowing, ageless and healthy skin; as well as gorgeous hair. Apsara Skin Care is a natural personal care company based on Ayurveda. Go natural. It is good karma!

  • Join us for exciting conversations about UI/UX design, SaaS products, marketing, and so much more. My awesome guests are industry experts who share actionable knowledge — so that you can apply it in your business today.

  • Owl Post: A Harry Potter Podcast walks through every chapter of the Harry Potter saga one chapter at a time, touching on the characters, themes and story as we dissect J.K. Rowling's wondrous series.

  • We bring you insight, tips, and helpful advice to help you design better, build more efficiently, and grow your design and build firm. Fohlio is a product specification and data management software for the design and build industry. Get your free trial at fohlio.com.

  • THE HUMOUR EXPERIMENT IS A COLOURFUL, SILLY AND FUN PODCAST THAT CAPTURES THE HEART OF YOUR INNER CHILD. It provides insight and reflections into The Humour Experiment program and entertains the audience with some good belly laughs. Your host Dotty assumes roles with in the circus to entertain you, introduces you to wonderful guests and takes you on a trip with the Magical Mystery Musical Box. Come along with us and be a part of the Good Humour Revolution.

  • 'Quite simply the best bookshop anyone could wish for' - Edna O'Brien
    Independent bookshop (est. in 1957) Chelsea, London.

  • One of the first self help books to hit the stands in 1910, The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D Wattles was path breaking in its approach to the acquisition of wealth as a science. It went on to inspire a whole genre of “how to” books that generations of readers found informative, practical and useful in their every day lives.
    Its original title was The Science of Getting Rich or Financial Success through Creative Thought and in this volume, the author puts down in clear and concise language the step-by-step approach to wealth. The hypothesis underlying the concept is that every human being has the power to conceive, believe and achieve financial success using thought, willpower and visualization. However he eschews competitive and unethical paths and shows the reader that great success can be attained through a cooperative and collaborative way.
    Wallace D Wattles was a New Thought American writer. New Thought conceives that God is everywhere and that the basis of illness and misfortunes are basically in the mind. Wallace Wattles' life remains relatively shrouded in obscurity. He was the son of a poor farm worker, but went on to achieve great financial success and respect in his community. He died prematurely at the age of 51. He nursed dreams of running for office as a Social Democrat, but could not win an election. However, he was a living example of whatever he expounded in his books and enjoyed his life to the fullest.
    One of the things that makes The Science of Getting Rich so appealing to generations of readers is the concept of being in personal control of things. Ideas of taking charge of your life and achieving mastery over negative influences are eternally appealing. The book also has two companion volumes which deal with wellness and greatness. The Science of Getting Rich presents the idea of connecting to the greater Universe and getting rid of all the negativity and bad energy that we encounter. Even 100 years after its publication, it remains a seminal work in the field of self help.
    Modern day readers will find its practical suggestions valuable and apart from numerous video and audio adaptations, it has formed the basis of websites and even an online course which has reputedly met with roaring success. As a useful adjunct to the psychological inputs we receive from our coworkers, family and mentors, the book is designed to have a real impact on the way we view wealth.

  • Alycia Darby shares coaching and guest interviews every week to simplify pageantry for women in pageants like Miss USA, Miss America, Miss International, Miss United States, Miss Universe, Ms. World, and more. She educates pageant contestants with tips on fitness, pageant interview, platform, fashion, beauty and more in a new episode every Wednesday. Let's Win A Pageant!

  • A weekly podcast for aspiring writers looking to find a healthy work/life/writing balance. Get the encouragement, honest advice, and inspiration you need to pursue your passion and write every day. Recurring themes include books, coffee, rainy days, truth, beauty, lasers, dinosaurs, and all of your other favorite things.

  • Ek Kahaani Aisi Bhi is an internationally acclaimed series of spine chilling original ghost stories. The stories are so impactful and real that one can visualise the incidents happening in front of their eyes thanks to the extremely powerful narration by RJ Praveen and the sound effects and background score used. List of acclaims- New York Festival award for Best Innovation in 2015 & 2016, New York Festival finalist for Best Narration & ACEF Award for Creativity.

  • Hosted by Interaction Designer Aidan Simpson, the Method podcast profiles designers at Google, giving listeners an inside look at their journeys and design choices.

  • In novels such as the modern classic, Beloved, Toni Morrison has fused history and legend, realism and fantasy, to craft an epic saga of African American life. Although her work is steeped in local history and folklore, the fundamental human values of her art have captured the hearts of readers around the world. After earning a Master's in English from Cornell University, Morrison taught at Howard University in Washington, D.C. for many years, and first took up writing as a form of escape from an unhappy marriage. She completed her first novel, The Bluest Eye, while raising two children on her own and working full time as an editor at Random House in New York. She received the National Book Critics Award for her second novel, Sula. Her third, Song of Solomon, attracted an international audience. A year after Beloved was published in 1987, Morrison received the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. In 1993, Morrison was honored with the Nobel Prize for Literature. She is the first African American to receive this honor, and the first black woman of any country. She embraces her historic role proudly, and often writes on issues of race and gender in American life and letters. Now a Professor in the Council of Humanities at Princeton University, she has often said that she takes teaching as seriously as writing. Her novel, Love, appeared in 2003. Her opera, Margaret Garner, had its world premiere in the spring of 2005 and was performed throughout the United States. Morrison's novel A Mercy, published in 2008, returns to the subject of slavery in 17th-century America.

  • Each week, listen to Amanda Holmes introduce and read a poem, beautifully.

  • Hamilton The Podcast is a weekly podcast with Brittani Nichols and Khalehla Rixon that dissects the songs in Hamilton The Musical although neither one has seen a performance.

    Art by Marlo Meekins

    To contact Brittani and Khalehla email HamiltonThePodcast@gmail.com

  • Self? Help! is the podcast for anyone who's thought: Who the hell am I? What in god’s name am I doing? And how did I get here of all places? And then to figure it all out, you turned to a book—because you’re that kind of person, and so is your host, Moth Storyteller and creator of Memory Motel, Terence Mickey. He doesn't care from where you seek your guidance, whether it’s Leo Tolstoy or Dr. Seuss. He's a firm believer that we cannot get enough help in this life and that books are, indeed, magic. In Season 1, listen in as Terence talks with New York Times best-selling authors Susan Cain, Paula McLain, Johann Hari, Sarah Knight, and Eli Finkel.