‎Heart of the Game

In the game of life, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and nurturing meaningful connections with family can be among the most formidable challenges we face. Yet, for many professional athletes, fostering both has proven to be a triumphant recipe for success. On Heart of the Game, host Jon Frankel (HBO Real Sports) sits down with some of the biggest families in sports - legends, current superstars and the up & coming playmakers - to get inside what’s really making them tick. What roles have their families and self care played in their paths to championship glory? Whether it’s taking care of your heart, safeguarding your mental health or persevering through injuries - listen as we hear the invaluable lessons being passed down to a new generation of athletes. This is HEART OF THE GAME.

‎Mind The Business: Small Business Success Stories

Owning a small business can be one of the most rewarding and challenging things a person does. Amid an uncertain economy and ever-evolving consumer trends, there is a lot to figure out and navigate to ensure your business thrives. Join hosts Jannese Torres (Yo Quiero Dinero) and Austin Hankwitz (Rate of Return) as they connect with small business owners and hear their stories about managing the ups and downs of starting and growing a small business. Listen to "Mind the Business: Small Business Success Stories" and learn valuable lessons from their experiences that will guide you along the way through your own small business journey.

‎The Official Game of Thrones Podcast: House of the Dragon

Welcome to the Official Game of Thrones Podcast: House of the Dragon produced by HBO Max and iHeartRadio. This show is the go-to audio destination to unpack and discuss everything Game of Thrones for casual and die-hard fans alike, starting with the new HBO Original series, House of the Dragon. Join our hosts Jason Concepcion (X-Ray Vision) and Greta Johnsen (WBEZ's Nerdette podcast) every week as they share insights, fan questions, exclusive interviews with the cast and crew, and a whole lot of thoughts and opinions. It’s the only podcast with the inside scoop on all things Game of Thrones.

‎Amazing Wildlife: A San Diego Zoo Podcast: Bonobo: Man’s Lovable Cousin on

Amazing Wildlife takes a journey to the Democratic Republic of Congo, the only place were you can find bonobos! Genetically speaking, this endangered great ape species are cousins to humans. Hosts Rick and Ebone discuss bonobos' unique social behaviors that gave them the reputation of being kind to strangers, having relatively peaceful societies, and being highly intelligent. Joining the show is Dr. Brian Hare, Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology at Duke University, to discuss how bonobos' behavior can reveal different facts about people

‎Health Discovered: How to Balance Your Gut Health

Your gut is home to an ecosystem of bacteria, viruses and fungi called the gut microbiome. That may sound bad, but it's really good for your overall health. When it's in balance, you feel great. But when something goes wrong, it rocks your world. Robynne Chutkan, MD, author of The Microbiome Solution, talks about how your digestive system works and why keeping it in good running order is one of the most important things you can do for your health.

‎Sufficiently Black: ”How Should We Parent Black Children Today?” feat. Ellen Freeman

Mom, professional, and friend of the podcast, Ellen Freeman, joins Sufficiently Black to talk all things parenting! (Discussion starts at 13:40). Ellen tells us about her journey to decide to have kids young and her concerns raising a Black child. The trio and Ellen explain the new trend of "gentle parenting" and Ellen talks about the ways she plans to raise her child and breaking away from traditional Black parenting trends.

‎Sufficiently Black: ”You Look Like You Date White People” feat. Christolin

Sufficiently Black is joined by longtime fan and friend Christolin to discuss the comment, "You look like you date white people." (Interview starts at 10:15). The girls chat with Christolin about his first time hearing the comment, why people make that assumption, who he gets the comment from the most and how it makes him feel. Kia, Amari and Janae make a confession about their assumptions on Black men and dating and Kia expresses her concerns on how she'll be perceived dating a white person.

‎Sufficiently Black: ”Dating Tips from a Professional Matchmaker”

Sufficiently Black is joined by Celebrity Black Matchmaker & Dating Strategist, Jasmine Diaz! (Interview starts at 18:10). Diaz tells her fascinating story of starting a matchmaking business during a recession and answers all the questions you have for a matchmaker. Jasmine tells us what she looks for in terms of compatibility, the trouble she runs into for finding matches for clients and client horror stories! ...

‎So-Called Oreos: "So What's the Deal with Black People and Voting"

Recording this on Halloween, Amari and Kia open about spending Halloween in quarantine and the downside of meeting your idols before getting into everything voting and politics for this Election Day episode! The duo explains their personal relationship to how their family influenced them to get knowledgeable about politics and drop facts on the history between black people and voting since the end of slavery until now...

‎So-Called Oreos: "So You Think You Found Your Platonic Soulmate"

In this episode, the So-Called Oreos have a very interesting conversation about... soulmates! The hosts go into detail about the four types of soulmates we encounter in our lifetime after a quick discussion about Love is Blind (first 12 minutes). The women attempt to describe the indescribable feeling of what separates the relationship with a soulmate verses relationships with everyone else...

‎So-Called Oreos: "So You're a Black Teacher in America"

The So-Called Oreos Podcast has their very first interview! For this episode, Janae and Kia sit down with Janae's sister, Jasmine Price, who is a ELA teacher in Syracuse city school district and adjunct professor at SUNY Oswego teaching the foundations of education. The three discuss the statistics of the lack of diversity in the teaching field and the long term effects that teachers have on their students...
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