Episode 112: The Next Right Thing with Amanda Woods

January 12, 2020 All In with Pauline Hawkins Amanda Woods joins me again to talk about her children’s books: The Robot and the Ballerina and I love You to Planet Peas and Carrots; running the marketing and business end of Wiggly Bridge Distillery; the foundation she is starting with self-publishing; and the work she doesContinue reading “Episode 112: The Next Right Thing with Amanda Woods”

Episode 111: Going All In in 2020 with Molly Campbell

January 5, 2020 All In with Pauline Hawkins Molly Campbell, UNH Lecturer and dear friend, joins me to have a new year/all in conversation. There’s such a pull at the beginning of a new year to make New Year’s Resolutions, but so many of us struggle with sticking with it. So Molly and I wantedContinue reading “Episode 111: Going All In in 2020 with Molly Campbell”

Episode 110: The UNH HUGEmanities with Krista Jackman

December 15, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Krista Jackman is a Principal Lecturer and Co-director of The HUGEmanities Project with the Englsih Department at UNH. I have had the pleasure of working under the HUGEmanities umbrella with Krista and Molly Campbell, as we create more opportunities for UNH and NHCC students to engage inContinue reading “Episode 110: The UNH HUGEmanities with Krista Jackman”

Episode 109: Healing Arts Collective with Adrienne Irizarry and Bri Duga

December 1, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Adrienne Irizarry and Bri Duga from Healing Arts Collective join me to talk about holistic wellness, the interconnected nature of people, how they help people unlock their wellness potential, the meaning behind their logo, and what it means to them to go all in. Three songs thatContinue reading “Episode 109: Healing Arts Collective with Adrienne Irizarry and Bri Duga”

Episode 108: Against All Odds with Ralph Jarrells

November 17, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Ralph Jarrells is a writer and a film maker, with a long history of fascinating jobs. Ralph joins me from West Columbia, SC to talk about his two novels Ill Gotten Gain and Fiery Red Hair, Emerald Green Eyes and A Vicious Irish Temper and his incredibleContinue reading “Episode 108: Against All Odds with Ralph Jarrells”

Episode 107: Some Holiday with Justin Scarelli and Melissa Sweatt

November 3, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Justin Scarelli and Melissa Sweatt from Rogue Productions join me to talk about their musical Some Holiday opening at the Players’ Ring November 22 thru December 1. Justin worked for Warner Bros. and Walt Disney Company and Melissa went through the filmmaking program at Boston University andContinue reading “Episode 107: Some Holiday with Justin Scarelli and Melissa Sweatt”

Episode 106: For I Am Yours with Pauline, Carol Linn, and Lorraine

October 20, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Lori McCarthy guest hosts the show, interviewing Pauline Hawkins (the author), Carol Linn Powell (the inspiration), and Lorraine Watry (the illustrator) about the children’s book, For I Am Yours, released on September 25th. It is a beautifully illustrated story about a baby and her blanket and theContinue reading “Episode 106: For I Am Yours with Pauline, Carol Linn, and Lorraine”

Episode 105: A Balanced Life with Chris Carrera

October 6, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Chris Carrera is back to tell us how his year in Costa Rica with his family went. Not only does he share great songs that illustrate his journey, but he shares many of the life lessons he learned along the way, which include finding balance in allContinue reading “Episode 105: A Balanced Life with Chris Carrera”

Episode 104: Dogfight with Jordan Formichelli and Trevor Gatcomb

September 22, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Jordan Formichelli, the director, and Trevor Gatcomb, the male lead, talk about Dogfight, currently playing at the Player’s Ring in downtown Portsmouth. Dogfight is a musical with music and lyrics by Pasek & Paul, a duo responsible for Dear Evan Hansen, James and the Giant Peach, andContinue reading “Episode 104: Dogfight with Jordan Formichelli and Trevor Gatcomb”