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”Welcome to ’Fascinating People, Fascinating Places,’ the engaging bi-weekly documentary podcast that takes you on an immersive journey through the realms of news, history, politics, religion, and social justice. Join us as we delve into the depths of these critical subjects with leading experts and celebrity guests who bring their unique insights to the table. If you’re passionate about history, news, or social consciousness, this podcast is your essential guide. Discover moving stories and ...
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This Podcast is about meditation & wisdom tradition. I will share passages from ancient books on spirituality intended to bring inspiration and learning to smart, wisdom-seeking experts, thought leaders, coaches, and entrepreneurs, and everyone interested in the topic. I will interview extraordinary people from all kinds of backgrounds in meditation & healing practices. It will also be about philosophers, modern physics, and last but not least, about psychedelic journeys.
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Who ARE you, exactly? Imagine that whatever you say after the words "I AM" is literally WHO YOU ARE in that very moment. EVERY Single WORD you speak matters. WOW! Do you say what you want or what you don’t want? Do you speak Life or death over yourself? Despite what other people may think or say, OR what you may think about yourself, you are perfect exactly who & where you are right now! Nothing else is required of you. Period. Breathe that in! Imagine the FREEDOM & Peace that knowing you ar ...
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Staci Wright of HeartProfit is solving the mental health crisis through workplace innovation and revolutionizing business. She fosters a compassionate era by integrating care and connection into successful business practices. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, & share! https://charlaanderson.com/podcast/…
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Send us a Text Message. Michael Londra-how to describe? This world famous Tenor was principle singer for the original Broadway production of "Riverdance" . He has gone on to produce musicals, created a hugely popular PBS show-Ireland with Michael, and continues to tour several weeks a year w/a stage production of his tv program. Listen to hear abou…
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Imagine an alien world where a creature could create a sonic boom simply by whipping its tail. Look no further as such creatures once roamed the Earth. This is just one remarkable discovery made by the world renowned Paleontologist Philip J. Currie -- the man whose worked inspire Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park. In this episode, I speak with Phili…
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Ann Cueva, CEO of Custom Organizing, Inc. helps clients take control of their paperwork and organizational needs. Tune in as she discusses how to plan your grieving process and offer peace of mind to your loved ones. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, & share! https://charlaanderson.com/podcast
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My ever-evolving home renovation took on a life of its own, spanning months instead of weeks, like the proverbial “two steps forward & one step back” (if not a giant leap back!) Oh, the lessons learned and happy results! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, & share! https://charlaanderson.com/podcast…
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As a conduit for ‘Revelation’, Gail Blair receives divine wisdom to discern & uncover the energetic and physical roots of dis-ease, & has helped thousands to heal with conscious choices toward their most optimal health. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, & share! https://charlaanderson.com/podcast/…
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Explore heart-centered leadership with author, change agent, coach Alan Mikolaj. Uncover his purpose-driven journey to personal/professional growth and his commitment to the power of partnership. LOVE is his secret sauce! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, & share! https://charlaanderson.com/podcast/…
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In 1986, anthropologist Patricia Wright arrived in the tropical paradise of Madagascar. Seemingly, she was hunting a ghost: the greater bamboo lemur — then believed to be extinct. Lemurs predate humans by millions of years and have long been prevalent on Madagascar. In contrast, the first human settlers arrived on the Island within the last few tho…
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Mónica Esgueva is a renowned figure whose journey and expertise in mindfulness, personal transformation, and spirituality are transforming lives globally. Mónica is a celebrated self-development teacher and spiritual guide, known for her ability to merge Eastern and Western philosophies into actionable wisdom. Her journey from a successful career i…
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The Borat movies were a fun but far fetched parody right? Think again. The Central Asian nation of Turkmenistan is currently ruled by the clownish Gurbangulyýewiç Berdimuhamedow and his son Serdar. He has styled himself as an action hero. Unfortunately he isn't very good at racing, handling horses, firing guns, singing, dancing, weight lifting, rap…
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In 1994, Drocella Mugorewera was a young mother when Ethnic tensions between Hutu's and Tutsi's rooted in colonial divisions boiled over and led to a horrific genocide in Rwanda that cost up to one million lives. Drocella fled to the comparative safety of the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo before returning home determined to mold a better so…
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Despite being orphaned at a young age, Simon Bolivar was far from an orphan Annie character. Born into a wealthy Criollo family in 1783, his education continued before he made an extensive trip around Europe. While there, he was introduced to ideas of the enlightenment and events such as the French Revolution. Despite his ethnically Spanish roots, …
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The DeCavalcante Crime Family of New Jersey were the inspiration for HBO's acclaimed Sopranos drama series. In this episode, I speak with one of their members: Aidan Gabor. He is a mafia henchman, turned DOJ informant and cop. Gabor shares his origin story from his parents escape from Soviet occupied Budapest to his childhood descent into crime and…
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Send us a Text Message. Siobhainn sits down with celebrated multi-faceted author Colm Tóibín and learns about his creative process, fun asides, and even a bit of a song. He is a novelist, short story writer, journalist, and non-fiction writer. In short, a fascinating person. Colm Tóibín's novels include the following, in no particular order: The So…
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With resilience & courage, Kathryn Brown embraced plant-based holistic nutrition, unwavering faith, & service to others on her path to self-discovery. Read her story of perseverance in ‘The Change’ Book Series with Les Brown. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, & share! https://charlaanderson.com/podcast/…
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Rome's first and arguably greatest Emperor Octavian (Augustus) helped to evolve and expand the Roman Republic into an empire that encompassed France, parts of Germany, Asia Minor, Egypt and North Africa. But the seemingly all conquering Roman met his match in an African woman called Candace. Who was she? How did she come to be the de facto leader o…
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Coming in May, I talk to Mafia gangster turned DOJ informant Aiden Gabor on Fascinating People, Fascinating Places. Guest: Aiden Gabor author of Conflicting Loyalties: My Life as a Mob Enforcer Turned DOJ Informant Creative Commons License: Rebecca EvansTitleO Mio Babbino Caro - Rebecca Evans DescriptionEnglish: O mio babbino caro - A track by Rebe…
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In 1913, Albert Schweitzer, a respected theologian and organist left Alsace-Lorraine and made his way to the French colony of Gabon. As a newly qualified doctor, he decided to to use his skills to establish a free hospital in a remote corner of the French Empire. Schweitzer eventually earned a Nobel prize for his humanitarian work and his hospital …
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Explore healing and harmony with intuitive spiritual healer Debra Graugnard as she shares insights on holistic self-care, spiritual healing, and living in harmony with nature for a more sustainable and peaceful world. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, & share! https://charlaanderson.com/podcast…
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30 years ago the US brokered Oslo accords seemed to herald a new era of peaceful coexistence for Israelis and Palestinians. Yasser Arafat -- long demonized as a terrorist in the Tel Aviv, whilst being hailed as a freedom fighter in Palestine -- shared a Nobel Peace Prize with Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and politician Shimon Peres. 30 year…
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During the last 45 years, Iran has become synonymous with terrorism. While much of its direct, and indirect involvement in these acts is focused on Israel and the Middle East, plots involving Iran and its proxies have been uncovered in nations ranging from Denmark to Thailand. In this episode I speak with Matthew Levitt the Fromer-Wexler Senior Fel…
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Finding the perfect blend of her love of content creation and helping those ready to share wisdom, stories, and legacy, Fran Asaro created the ‘Senior Tuber’ Community for like-minded creators to support one another. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, & share! https://charlaanderson.com/podcast/…
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500 years ago Spanish conquistadors invaded the Incan Empire and slew Atahualpa -- the unfortunate who would prove to be the last Emperor. Due to his vast wealth -- largely in the form of gold -- treasure hunters have spent centuries searching in vain for lost treasure of the Incas. Ecuadorian historian Tamara Estupiñán Viteri who among other thing…
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Wall Street Journal and Financial Times correspondent David Satter was expelled and banned from Russia after exposing corruption in Putin's regime. On 19 March he talks to @FascinatingPeopleandPlaces about the shocking death of #russian politician Alexie #navalny. We also discuss the #wagner group mutiny. The suspicious death of Wagner coup leader …
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In February 2024, Alexei Navalny a Russian politician died in an Arctic Russian penal colony. At just 47 years old his death would have been surprising were it not for the fact the Russian secret service FSB seemingly at the direction of Vladimir Putin had already tried and failed to kill him using a chemical weapon four years earlier. In this epis…
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Laughter is the best medicine, and Sharon Graves will keep you laughing while learning the art of acrylic painting. She puts smiles on her brushes, canvases, and her YouTube channel, Acrylic Teacher for Beginners. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, & share! https://charlaanderson.com/podcast/
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