Jamie Oliver Keeps It Simple
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Often it’s the easiest, fastest meals that are the most delicious. Starting with his show The Naked Chef, Jamie Oliver’s had a long career in cooking, TV, cookbook writing, and running restaurants. In his new cookbook 7 Ways, Jamie continues his emphasis on simple, home cooking with few ingredients, aimed at getting even reluctant cooks to make something tasty. But Jamie’s also faced obstacles in the restaurant business that have taught him valuable lessons. Carla and Jamie talk about the importance of home cooking, embracing failure, and how you can never have too many chili sauces. This week’s ingredient: find something at home and repurpose it in a fun way!


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Our Body Politic
Our Body Politic
Lantigua Williams & Co.
January 22, 2021: Congresswoman Maxine Waters on how the Democratic party moves forward, Black and Indigenous strategists demanding more from the government, and the biggest challenges facing the Biden-Harris administration.
This week, Farai Chideya and her guests discuss the new administration and the historic role of Vice President Kamala Harris. Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters discusses what her party wants to accomplish now that it controls the legislative and executive branches. Political strategist Glynda Carr of Higher Heights wants to elevate more Black women to political leadership roles. Activist and producer Sarah Eagle Heart examines what the Biden-Harris administration could do to address the needs of Indigenous communities. Plus, political journalist Errin Haines of The 19th and Jess Morales-Rocketto of the National Domestic Workers Alliance dive into the priorities, hurdles, and first 100 days of the 46th President and Vice President. EPISODE RUNDOWN 1:26 Farai Chideya talks to people in D.C. for the Presidential Inauguration. 2:52 Representative Maxine Waters describes the scene during the Capitol siege. 5:14 Representative Waters describes the inequalities that Black women like her experience in the many facets of society. 8:39 Representative Waters says she is elated about the organizing efforts in Georgia. 11:16 Having Kamala Harris as Vice President speaks to what is possible for Black Americans, says Waters. 13:16 Political strategist Glynda Carr talks about her efforts to get more Black women elected into leadership roles. 14:05 Carr breaks down the four pillars of Higher Heights, her organization that endorses and advocates to elect Black women into office. 17:10 Electing New York’s Attorney General Letitia James was a recent success story for Higher Heights. 21:40 The Covid update looks into the strategy to get Covid vaccinations to those who need it most. 23:13 Activist and producer Sarah Eagle Heart dives into her social justice work as a member of the Oglala Lakota Tribe. 26:03 Eagle Heart recounts her first time protesting a racist depiction of Indigenous people at a homecoming ceremony in her hometown, when she was a teenager. 28:13 When Eagle Heart approached top organizers of the Women’s March to point out the lack of Indigenous representation, she became part of the solution to amplify these voices in the movement. 29:21 If she was able to ask anything of Vice President Kamala Harris, Eagle Heart would want to be sure that the rights of Indigenous people are included in the new administration. 32:34 Our segment Sippin’ the Political Tea, looks back at a historic week with political experts Errin Haines and Jess Morales Rocketto. 33:58 Youth poet laureate Amanda Gorman was Chideya’s favorite moment of last week’s inaugural celebration. 36:39 Chideya takes her listeners to the streets of D.C. the morning of the Inauguration. 39:42 Morales Rocketto looks at some of the historic appointments to the Biden-Harris administration’s Cabinet. 43:14 Haines looks at how the media will shift its focus from President Trump to the Biden-Harris administration. 44:50 Although there is a new president, “Trump is gone, but Trumpism isn’t,” Chideya explains. 45:33 The Biden-Harris administration has promised to make sweeping reforms to immigration policy, Morales Rocketto says. 47:53 Haines questions how the Biden-Harris administration will tackle issues like systemic racism.
51 min
Our America with Julián Castro
Our America with Julián Castro
Lemonada Media
Why I'm F*cking Mad (with Jonathan Van Ness)
With the launch of the hit Netflix show, “Queer Eye,” Jonathan Van Ness became a personal grooming guru for unkempt Americans across the country. But JVN has engaged audiences in so much more than better hygiene practices – a year after the show launched, JVN wrote a memoir that helped to demystify living with HIV and what “undetectable equals untransmittable” (or U=U) actually means.    JVN joins us this week to talk about living with HIV, overcoming addiction, and the steps that he hopes the Biden/Harris administration will take to overcome the stigma that he and so many other folks, particularly LGBTQ-identifying, face after coming out as HIV-positive. Tune in, henny.   Keep up with Julián on twitter @JulianCastro and Instagram @JulianCastroTX.    Resources from the episode: Tune into JVN’s podcast, Getting Curious Read JVN’s memoir, “Over The Top” Search for your local Planned Parenthood  Locate additional HIV testing by zip code  Find a PrEP provider by zip code Read up on U=U   Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows.   To follow along with a transcript and/or take notes for friends and family, go to https://www.lemonadamedia.com/show/our-america shortly after the air date.   Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
30 min
Satellite Sisters
Satellite Sisters
Satellite Sisters| Wondery, Satellite Sisters, Lian Dolan, Liz Dolan, Julie Dolan, Sheila Dolan, Monica Dolan
Year of the Work Pivot, Pandemic Food Trends, Two Spaces or One Controversy
RIP Larry King. We’ll never forget the crazy weird book party we attended at your house once for your producer Wendy Walker’s book called Producer. Lian tells the tale of the party that Larry forgot. Satellite Sisters of the Week: The Sisters’ Gambit. Yes. Watching sisters play chess on Twitch is a thing.  Thank you Amanda Gorman for reminding us what poetry can do and the importance of the arts in our schools. Is 2021 The Year of The Pivot? We discuss this article from Millie. Round Table, Hodge Podge & One good news stories: and American Airlines first class wines for sale! Guest Claire Tansey, author of the cookbook Dinner Uncomplicated, joins us to talk about pandemic food trends and solve some Satellite Sisters kitchen emergencies. Want Spices Uncomplicated? Here is the link to Claire's Spice Class on February 28: dinneruncomplicated.com/spices discount code: SISTERS45 Thank you to our sponsors. Please use these special urls and promo codes to shop with them. * Function of Beauty: www.FunctionofBeauty.com/sisters * Kiwi Co.: www.kiwico.com Use promo code sisters * Zip Recruiter: www.ziprecruiter.com/sisters * Butcher Box: www.ButcherBox.com/sisters Visit our website Satellite Sisters: A Pep Talk For Modern Women Subscribe to our new newsletter Pep Talk here. For more info on Lian Dolan's newest novel The Sweeney Sisters, visit her website here. For all of our booklists at Bookshop.org, go to www.bookshop.org/shop/liandolan Buy The Sweeney Sisters here on bookshop.org or here on amazon. Join our community: Facebook Page, Facebook Group and on Instagram and Twitter @satsisters.
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