Nick Tavares, Emma Bowen, Ian Hawkins, Griffin McCarthy, Lori McCarthy, Chase Lancaster, and Mark Bowen talk about their various roles in the production of the short film “The Fall of Terror” they worked on during Thanksgiving break.
Song list: “Til Kingdom Come” by Coldplay (Ian); “Imagine” by John Lennon (Nick); and “Go the Distance” from Hercules (Emma).
Molly Campbell, Catherine Moran, and Larry Beemer, Lecturers at UNH, talk about some of the issues with higher education. Some of the topics we discuss are the “adjunctification” of higher education and the growth of the use of contingent faculty, the workload and working conditions of the academic precariate, why all faculty need job security, and why I think students and parents can make the difference.
Songs that would be on the soundtrack of their lives: 1st song: “The Beat(en) Generation” by The The (Catherine); 2nd song: “The Grudge” by Tool (Molly); and “Franco Un-American” by NOFX (Larry).
Libby Giordano joins me in the studio to talk about our unusual connection: Both our sons had cancerous brain tumors. We talk about how we found out about the tumor, how we helped our sons, the wonderful way the community helped us make it through the most difficult times of our lives, and the wonderful organizations that gave our children hope and love. If ever there was a time we went all in, it was with our sons’ cancer battles. Our hope is that this podcast can be a light and a resource for anyone who needs it.
Three songs that would be on the soundtrack of our lives: 1st song: “Home” by Philip Philips; 2nd song: “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor; 3rd song: “Fix You” by Coldplay.
Joe Meallo, Sarah Duclos, and Kayla Gallerani joined me on All In with Pauline Hawkins to talk about “Home for the Holidays” the upcoming show with Patrick Dorow Productions, their favorite Christmas music, and their journey in musical theatre. It was a fun show filled with laughter and solid advice for those wanting to go all in.
Three Christmas songs that would be on the soundtrack of their lives: 1st song: “Oh holy night” by Bing Crosby (Sarah); 2nd song: “Have yourself a merry little Christmas” by Judy Garland (Joe); 3rd song: “Don’t save it all for Christmas Day” by Celine Dion (Kayla)
Peggy Smith, Diane Murphy, and I talk about nonviolent communication and how we can improve our thoughts and communication style so that we are empathic and compassionate with the people in our lives. Peggy is the founder of Open Communication and Clarity Services, and Diane is the founder and director of BigFish Learning Community.
Three songs that would be on the soundtrack of our lives: 1st song: “I’m Amazing” by keb mo; 2nd song: “Blackbird” by Sarah McLachlan; 3rd song: “With Arms Wide open” by Creed.
Leigh Jaynes shares her inspirational story that brought her from a group home in New Jersey to the Olympic Training Center in Colorado and then to the Seacoast. This world-class wrestler talks about the coach who changed her life, how the fear of failure pushed her to succeed, and the inner battles she has overcome to be the incredible role model and inspiration she is today.
Three songs that would be on the soundtrack of her life: 1st song: “Sucker for Pain” by Logic; 2nd song: “Man in the Mirror” by Michael Jackson; 3rd song: “Drag Me Down” by One Direction.
Scott David Chase joins me to discuss his literal artist’s journey across the country, painting in 48 of the 50 states. He talks about his travels with Zoe (his rescue dog) and the artists he visited and painted with on his literal and figurative creative journey.
Three songs that would be on the soundtrack of his life: 1st song: “If Not Now, When?” by Incubus -; 2nd song: “Where Have My Countrymen Gone” by The Sheila Divine; 3rd song of soundtrack: “National Anthem” by The Gaslight Anthem.
Erin Laplante joins me in the studio to talk about life as a single parent–the struggles, victories, and everything in between. The hour was filled with stories, laughter, and a few tears, as well as songs that remind us of our children.
For the soundtrack portion of the show, we decided to pick songs that reflect our relationships with our children: 1st song: “Take On The World” (“Girl Meets World” Theme) by Sabrina Carpenter, Rowan Blanchard; 2nd song: “Lane Boy” by 21 Pilots; 3rd song: “Josephine” by Brandi Carlile.
Gursimran Sandhu is the winner of the New Hampshire Film Festival Screenwriting Contest with her script “Yuba City.” She also happens to be a former assistant to David Benioff and D.B. Weiss and just recently promoted to Staff Writer for Game of Thrones. On All In, we talked about how she got started in the film industry, “Yuba City,” and her short film “Homecoming.”
Three songs that would be on the soundtrack of her life: 1st song: “Duck Shoot” by Rupert Gregson-Williams; 2nd song: “What A Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong; 3rd song of soundtrack: “Elastic Heart” by Sia