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Fast Company

October 17, 2019

Why did Cronenberg make a film so different from his other films? Does it work as a Cronenberg film? Does it even work as a genre picture? Tune in to this week’s show to get these answers and more.

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Nationwide Children’s ‘On Our Sleeves’ Movement Mobilizes Corporate Partners For Pediatric Mental Health

October 16, 2019

This week Megan talks with Karri Schildmeyer, Senior Director of Corporate Alliance Marketing for Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Niki Shafer, Senior VP of Outreach for the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Foundation about children’s mental health and what they’ve learned in year one of the ‘On Our Sleeves’ initiative.

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Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria: Dr. William Dodson brings new insight to Emotional Regulation

October 15, 2019

Today on the show, Dr. William Dodson joins Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright to discuss Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria and provide new language to frame a state those living with ADHD know all too well.

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Woman Walks Ahead

October 15, 2019

Is 2018’s Woman Walks Ahead a western, a commentary on the pipeline standoff, or a history lesson? Listen in to this month’s Trailer Rewind to find out?

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2019-10-12 – Saturday Matinée

October 14, 2019

Alien anniversary, plus expensive theatrical event re-releases. Star Wars cookware. Brief Joker commentary. Andy’s still working through Stephen King adaptations, and good grief… there are a ton of Children of the Corn movies… it’s the CotCCU! Disney looking to buy Spidey for $5 billion? Tom Hardy trolling with costumes. There are no Easter eggs in Joker. RIP Robert Forster.

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Rabid

October 10, 2019

How was adult film star Marilyn Chambers as the film’s lead? How effective are the body horror elements? Has Cronenberg improved since his last film? Tune in to get answers to these questions and more.

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The Listen Campaign Will Raise $1 Billion For Kids Around The Globe

October 10, 2019

In this episode of Cause Talk Radio, Megan and Joe chat with Tony Hollingsworth, legendary producer behind some of the most historic global issue campaigns like “Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute’ and ‘The Wall – Live in Berlin’.

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Finding your ADHD recharge at the end of the day

October 8, 2019

Living with ADHD can be exhausting. But even at the end of a long day, responsibilities pile up. How do you recharge to stay focused… when your focus has lost its focus?

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Kylie Wright-Ford from Reputation Institute

October 8, 2019

Reputation is corporate currency today. Yet reputation can seem hard to quantify—and at a time when transparency and authenticity are expected by all stakeholders, the ability to measure and track reputation is critical.

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2019-10-05 – Saturday Matinée

October 7, 2019

According to Scorsese, a tomato does not equal cinema. Spielberg partners with the upcoming streaming service Quibi with a new property you can only watch at night. Throwing money at Jason Bourne with a spin-off TV series and a new film. Free Guy is coming.

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Fast Company

October 17, 2019
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Why did Cronenberg make a film so different from his other films? Does it work as a Cronenberg film? Does it even work as a genre picture? Tune in to this week’s show to get these answers and more.

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Nationwide Children’s ‘On Our Sleeves’ Movement Mobilizes Corporate Partners For Pediatric Mental Health

October 16, 2019
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This week Megan talks with Karri Schildmeyer, Senior Director of Corporate Alliance Marketing for Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Niki Shafer, Senior VP of Outreach for the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Foundation about children’s mental health and what they’ve learned in year one of the ‘On Our Sleeves’ initiative.

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Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria: Dr. William Dodson brings new insight to Emotional Regulation

October 15, 2019
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Today on the show, Dr. William Dodson joins Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright to discuss Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria and provide new language to frame a state those living with ADHD know all too well.

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Woman Walks Ahead

October 15, 2019
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Is 2018’s Woman Walks Ahead a western, a commentary on the pipeline standoff, or a history lesson? Listen in to this month’s Trailer Rewind to find out?

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2019-10-12 – Saturday Matinée

October 14, 2019
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Alien anniversary, plus expensive theatrical event re-releases. Star Wars cookware. Brief Joker commentary. Andy’s still working through Stephen King adaptations, and good grief… there are a ton of Children of the Corn movies… it’s the CotCCU! Disney looking to buy Spidey for $5 billion? Tom Hardy trolling with costumes. There are no Easter eggs in Joker. RIP Robert Forster.

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Marvel Movie Minute • Season 2

You won't like us when we get angry. 

This season, Andy and Pete are taking on the second film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Incredible Hulk. This certainly wasn't the first cinematic adaptation of Big Green, and the television series of the 70s and 80s is arguably better remembered than the films. But Edward Norton's take on this modern Dr. Jekyll was our introduction to the character for the MCU, and that's what we call 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.

The Return of The Incredible Hulk (1977)

Sep 4, 2019

Banner is still on the road, but this time he’s traveling with a friend: a case of the 5 o’clock shadow that simply can’t be beat… not even by THE HULK!

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The Incredible Hulk (1977)

Aug 14, 2019

The second episode of our MMM break takes us back to the 1977 film — and series pilot — that built Hulk-love into a generation of 70s and 80s kids.

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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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