Johnson & Johnson is changing the trajectory of human health

July 16, 2019

The global health company blends heart, science, and ingenuity to set a bold vision.

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Goodwill is not a Skill Set: Dr. Menah Pratt-Clarke on shifting our approach to the dialog on diversity and inclusion on campus

July 9, 2019

Dr. Menah Pratt-Clarke joins Howard Teibel on the show today and what starts as a discussion about the role of diversity and inclusion in the education environment turns quickly to our waning collective skill in truly engaging in difficult conversations — from our micro-conversations on social media to dialog among senior leadership.

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Yesterday

July 2, 2019

There have been some great British music biopics in the last year. They tend to garner some criticism for the way that history is manipulated to make movie drama. Also each one handles the original artists’ music in different ways. This month, Danny Boyle’s “Yesterday” was released in theaters and it shares with us the joy and the experience of The Beatles’ music by imagining a world where they didn’t exist.

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Autumn Sonata

June 27, 2019

Was it worth the wait to finally get Ingrid and Ingmar together? Does the film hold up as Ingrid’s last theatrical film? How is it possible it didn’t start on the stage? Tune in to this week’s show to get these answers and more.

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Shame, relationships, and ADHD as an exercise in getting back on the horse with Dr. Michelle Frank

June 25, 2019

It’s our last episode before the annual July break, and what a wonderful person we have to introduce you to this week! Dr. Michelle Frank joins us to talk about shame, our relationships, and the daily practice of getting back up on the horse with ADHD.

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General Motors is moving humanity forward

June 25, 2019

Tony Cervone, SVP of Global Communications, discusses how GM uses purpose to navigate change and build culture.

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The First Team

June 25, 2019

Who is your first team? According to Patrick Lencioni, the first team asks you to rethink your relationship with your peers, and the costs and opportunities of that come with that adjustment. This week on the show Howard Teibel introduces the first team model and expands on it for the world of higher education.

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Murder on the Orient Express

June 20, 2019

How does Albert Finney as Hercule Poirot compare to the many other actors who have played him? Is this version a better adaptation than Kenneth Branagh’s? Why was Ingrid Bergman singled out as Best Supporting Actress? Tune in to this week’s show to get these answers and more.

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The ADHD Identity Crisis

June 18, 2019

Who are you when who you are changes on a dime? That’s the topic of the show today, with a bonus listener question to help you get the most out of online education while living with ADHD!

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Jonathan

June 18, 2019

If your birthday is in June, you’re a Gemini. As a special treat for our Gemini listeners we are talking about twins this month. Ansel Elgort plays both John and Jonathan in this under the radar film from first time director Bill Oliver.

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Autumn Sonata

June 27, 2019

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Introducing Marvel Movie Minute

Have you ever found yourself so engrossed in a movie that you just couldn't stop talking about it? You fixate on the smallest details, replay moments in your mind long after the movie has ended, and you want nothing more than to talk about the film with anyone that crosses your path? Welcome, friends. You've found a home.

This is the Marvel Movie Minute. We're talking about the movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe... all the films, in order ... and we're doing it one minute at a time.

IM126: Avenger Initiative

Jul 1, 2019

in which Andy, Pete, and guest Alex Robinson from Star Wars Minute talk about Nick Fury’s surprise appearance, Robert Downey Jr.’s initial thoughts on the scene, and Edgar Wright’s suggestion to Jon Favreau that led to a franchise expectation

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IM125: Ratio of Table Ladies

Jun 28, 2019

in which Andy, Pete, and guest Tommy Handsome from TNR’s Film Board and the What’s That Smell? Podcast talk about Robert Downey Jr.’s suits, Scarlet Letters title work, and mystery song cues

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IM124: The ‘Name That Least Sounds Like a Name’ Name

Jun 27, 2019

in which Andy, Pete, and guest Tommy Handsome from TNR’s Film Board and the What’s That Smell? Podcast talk about the sweatshop mentality of some effects studios, the animating career of Samati Boonchitsitsak, and the mysterious Grantland Gears

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IM123: An Ironic Newt

Jun 26, 2019

in which Andy, Pete, and guest Tommy Handsome from TNR’s Film Board and the What’s That Smell? Podcast talk about the ever popular Tony’s Food Service, what’s involved in the Greens department, and where animals were in this film

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IM122: March of the Propmakers

Jun 25, 2019

in which Andy, Pete, and guest Tommy Handsome from TNR’s Film Board and the What’s That Smell? Podcast talk about Adi Granov yet again, Avi Arad’s assistant, and the importance of the illustrators

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