Take a look at Katie’s favourites
Podfolio founders Penny, Katie and Sam have picked a selection of their favourite podcasts, videos and articles. This is Katie’s selection of her favourites.
Katie says ‘Last Seen is one of those podcasts that showcases the best of True Crime and Investigative Journalism. It’s a look into the most valuable and confounding art heist in history and, I promise you, that even if are not interested in art, you will be hooked! Wind of Change is another podcast with a surprising subject – could the massive hit by the Scorpions actually have been written by the CIA to fight communism? If you are looking for some inspiration, then The Power Hour with Adrienne Herbert could be just what you need. Her positivity, optimism and motivation are infectious.’
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If you like true crime, but are fed up with listening about murder and violence – this could be for you. It tells the story of the most valuable — and confounding — art heist in history: In 1990, 13 artworks were stolen from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Twenty-eight years later, not a single piece in a haul worth half a billion dollars has surfaced. The art, and the thieves who made off with it, remain at large. With first-ever interviews, unprecedented access, and more than a year of investigative reporting, “Last Seen” takes us into the biggest unsolved art heist in history. A joint production from WBUR and The Boston Globe.
We start at Episode 1: ’81 Minutes’Play
David Tennant gets talking with the biggest names from TV, movies, comedy and elsewhere. Revealing conversation, surprise stories and lots of laughs.
In this episode : Catherine Tate joins David to talk about becoming ‘the funny one’ at school, The Catherine Tate Show, Dr Who and teaching Former Prime Minister Tony Blair to say “Am I Bovvered?”.Play
It’s 1990. The Berlin Wall just fell. The Soviet Union is on the verge of collapse. And the soundtrack to the revolution is one of the best selling songs of all time, the metal ballad “Wind of Change,” by the Scorpions.
Decades later, journalist Patrick Radden Keefe heard a rumour: the song wasn’t written by the Scorpions. It was written by the CIA. This is his journey to find the truth.
Join host Adrienne Herbert as she invites guest speakers from coaches, creatives and innovators to discuss their daily habits and the key to achieving personal success and well-being.
In this episode: Adrienne speaks to Liz Earle, a wellbeing entrepreneur, writer and TV presenter. The lifestyle guru has written over 35 books on beauty, nutrition and wellbeing.Play
Tim Minchin, the former UWA Arts student described as “sublimely talented, witty, smart and unabashedly offensive” in a musical career that has taken the world by storm, is awarded an honorary doctorate by The University of Western Australia. This address was given in 2013.Watch
With his start-up Zipline, Keller Rinaudo has created the world’s first drone delivery system to operate at national scale, transporting blood and plasma to remote clinics in East Africa with a fleet of electric autonomous aircraft.Watch
Sleep is your life-support system and Mother Nature’s best effort yet at immortality, says sleep scientist Matt Walker. In this deep dive into the science of slumber, Walker shares the wonderfully good things that happen when you get sleep — and the alarmingly bad things that happen when you don’t, for both your brain and body. Learn more about sleep’s impact on your learning, memory, immune system and even your genetic code — as well as some helpful tips for getting some shut-eye.Watch
The biggest sexual abuse scandal in sports history shines a light on a culture of medals over morals by Hadley Freeman of The GuardianRead Article
Ash Sanders talks to a group of people, the Children of Scientologists, who grew up in Scientology but then managed to leave. But getting out causes problems of a different kind. From Rolling Stone Magazine.Read Article