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Nationally syndicated radio host, newspaper columnist and bestselling author Jeremy Bradley heads into podcasting with this weekly download featuring celebrity guests, funny stories and entertaining chatter. The name of the program comes from the idea that sometimes the creative process includes scribbling down random ideas before you can make sense of anything. That's exactly what JB is doing every week on The Scribble.
 
Victorian Scribblers is a podcast about the nineteenth-century writers time forgot, from Mary Elizabeth Braddon (the mother of detective fiction) to Marie Corelli (queer science-fiction writer extraordinaire) and beyond. Hosted by Dr. Courtney Floyd, a specialist in nineteenth-century literature and print culture, and Dr. Eleanor Dumbill, a specialist in Victorian literature and publishing.
 
Digital Scribbler is a technology company working to create affordable communication apps, which are capable of giving the verbally challenged a voice. The heart of our dream is leveraging the power of technology to help people overcome their human limits. Russ Ewell shares how we all desire to be included, whether we are with or without a special need. Digital Scribbler highlights technologies for those with disabilities and social inclusion programs providing the tools for anyone to begin ...
 
Every child deserves the opportunity to experience the magic of storybooks. This free podcast makes available the unabridged audio versions of the storybooks in the Scribbles and Friends Imagination Blanket Series. We hope you and your little ones will enjoy the first book, The Violin's Magical Melody. Please rate and/or leave comments.
 
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Earlier this summer, Jeremy Bradley signed off from his syndicated radio show, Top of The Charts after 15 years. The final episodes were taped on location in Nashville. In this clip show, JB remembers the segments that he recorded all over Music City and rebroadcasts them on the podcast. JB visited a car museum, the zoo, a science center, went on a…
 
It was barely five years ago that people laughed at the idea of paying for porn. It's all over the internet free of charge, so who would actually spend money on it? Jeremy Bradley talks about how times have changed and people are making a fortune stripping down for the camera. It's a totally different form of the entrepreneurial lifestyle. Also, JB…
 
It's Friday and doesn't that just bring an automatic calm to your day? Jeremy Bradley talks about how we psych ourselves up when it's Friday and are instantly more laid back and easygoing. Partner that with it being a summer Friday and you know nothing productive is getting done at work. Speaking of efficiency, JB talks about grocery delivery apps …
 
What was your most memorable birthday? Have your past couple of birthdays been depressing because of corona lockdowns and shutdowns? Jeremy Bradley chats with executive producer Bonnie Winters and puts her on the spot about her best bday ever. It might not be an easy question to answer -- especially at her age! Plus, JB comments about "birthday div…
 
It was like a Cher farewell tour: never-ending! Jeremy Bradley signed off of the radio after 15 years hosting his syndicated show, Top of The Charts. In the lead up, many celebrity guests called to wish JB well as he left mainstream broadcasting. Some of them were surprise appearances and others just wanted to be part of the fun. Music legend (and …
 
You buy a lottery ticket and suddenly your mind wanders and dreams about you being a millionaire. But we've all heard stories about people whose lives change for the worse. Jeremy Bradley played the lottery and instantly drifted into thoughts he will win and life will change. Executive producer Bonnie Winters chimes in with her ideas for spending a…
 
Canada has been in the spotlight because of the government's response to the pandemic and vaccine distribution. Much of the anger is directed at federal policies that have affected people across the country. One of the most controversial moves, was Justin Trudeau's mandatory hotel quarantine for air travellers to Canada. It involves people being fo…
 
Have you run out of ways to pass the time? Jeremy Bradley and executive producer Bonnie Winters talk about their daily routines. JB starts his Mondays with mimosa... in bed. Bonnie has a different schedule altogether -- it involves baking. The two share some laughs about how each spends their casual time at home. Plus, JB had his first corona run-i…
 
What is a friend? What does "love" mean nowadays? Jeremy Bradley takes issue with the overuse of words that have seemingly lost their meaning. These throwaway words aren't as powerful when people use them to describe anything and everything. Plus, with work-from-home culture continuing during the pandemic, are employers expecting employees to use t…
 
It's a little bit of everything this week with Jeremy Bradley talking about living the bachelor/bachelorette lifestyle. (Who uses a glass when you can drink from the bottle?!) If you've ever been single and lived on your own, you'll likely relate to his stories. Plus, do you believe in horoscopes? JB checks his future with a few different horoscope…
 
in this episode, we wrap up our coverage of the life of Mary Church Terrell! (Courtney here, apologizing for the random thumps. We were in hour two of recording and I apparently had the fidgets. :/) Resources Used and Mentioned Mary Church Terrell. A Colored Woman in a White World Code Switch episode about redlining P. Djèlí Clark's _Ring Shout_ Th…
 
It's an impatient society (breaking news, right?) but are customers less tolerant of a company screw-up nowadays? Do consumers expect perfection but when something goes wrong, react inappropriately? Jeremy Bradley talks about a customer experience that blew up in a company's face and wonders if the social media mob was justified in its attack? Plus…
 
Let's face it: Technology is making us stupid. We rely so heavily on our devices that there's no reason to learn things anymore. "There's an app for that," right? Are we in trouble when we can't remember birthdays, phone numbers and basic information? Jeremy Bradley shares his thoughts on how lazy we're becoming. Plus, Canadian music legend Maestro…
 
Show Notes Hey Listeners, check out our new project: Lit Slashing, a weekly micro podcast bringing you history’s most notorious bad, backhanded, and brutal reviews of literary classics, coming May 25th, 2021. The transcript for this trailer can be found here. Follow us on Twitter @LitSlashingPod and check out our website litslashing.carrd.co. You c…
 
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live as an animal? All of your priceless humanly possessions mean nothing. You have no money, you have no social media, you have no real expectations except survival. Jeremy Bradley chats with executive producer Bonnie Winters about living an animal's life and how it could be so much more carefree tha…
 
Remember going to a bar and meeting someone? Remember passing your number to someone and hoping they call you? Apps have changed all that. Jeremy Bradley talks about the new way of dating. It's all digital now. JB, who's never been on a dating website, checked in with his younger cousin to see what he searches for and how it works on an app. JB mad…
 
Show Notes This episode carries a general content warning for discussion of racism. Timestamps for other potentially triggering content:08:15 - 08:45 (suicide)09:40 - 10:00 (rape)13:40 - 15:15, 15:50 - 16:15 (racist police and gun violence) Sources US National Archives page for Mary Church Terrell Mary Church Terrell. 'What It Means to be Colored i…
 
Social media is used as a communication tool for everything. But, is it losing its effectiveness when people commonly rant about whatever annoys them? Jeremy Bradley and executive producer Bonnie Winters talk about the influence (or lack thereof) of posts that encourage people to copy and paste a statement on their feed. Is it all talk or does it r…
 
The Talk had one of its most serious conversations ever after returning from nearly one month on hiatus. The co-hosts addressed the controversy surrounding Sharon Osbourne's exit... without Sharon being there. Is that the proper way to have a professional and helpful dialogue: Talking through a situation involving someone without allowing their sid…
 
Shopping shouldn't seem like work. What's with stores wanting you to do everything yourself? Jeremy Bradley shares stories of self-checkout nightmares. If you've gone through the process, you can likely relate. Plus, JB takes a walk down memory lane after discovering a bunch of old photos at his grandma's house. It stirs up emotions as he reflects …
 
The good, the bad, and the ugly sides of customer service. Jeremy Bradley relives his days working in retail as a college student. JB shares some funny stories about his workplace laziness. Later, the flip side of customer service in a world where cameraphones and aggressive customers confront employees. Is a service job all that desirable nowadays…
 
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