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Voted one of the Top 10 Podcasts by Harpers Bazaar and as one to listen to by Stylist, Glamour, Good Housekeeping and Vogue Italy, Outspoken Beauty is the UK's most honest, straight talking beauty podcast featuring interviews with an array of celebrities, experts and influencers in the beauty/wellbeing industry. Hosted by beauty expert and broadcaster Nicola Bonn. Expect fierce debate, candidness and the very best product recommendations.
 
John Selig Outspoken features interviews with GLBT leaders and opinion makers, discussions with GLBT writers and commentaries from me - John Selig, your host. All this plus music from electronic music virtuoso, Jeffrey Reid Baker. Please visit our blog for more information about John Selig Outspoken at www.johnselig.com/podcast.
 
Recently I have been called away from writing for a time, to use boldness in speaking out about difficult topics with actors and actresses in the entertainment industry aka Hollywood-- by hearing their takes and views about God, life, mental and emotional health and everything they currently struggle with. Lots of people are disillusioned by the fame and money these entertainers recieve by the work they do. God wants me to go and extend an ear to honestly hear anything they have to say about ...
 
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When we are going through difficult times in our lives, the need for a community of support is crucial to our recovery. If you or a loved-on has been affected by the criminal justice system or has been placed on the sex offender registry, there is a new online support forum available. I wanted to create a new forum because the support for registran…
 
* This episode is in partnership with Curate Beauty. Together we're aiming to help put small, independent brands on the map* In this episode I meet entrepreneur and mother of 4 Joy Isaacs. Joy has been fascinated by the power of colloidal silver since she was a child and after suffering with an infected wound that was treated with the help of dress…
 
We start out this week’s episode in Bentonville, Arkansas. Yes, it’s the home of Wal-Mart and the Walton family. And, it’s recently been billed as the mountain bike capital of the world. With events such as Big Sugar (which was originally the Dirty Kanza) and hundreds of miles of great trails that expand into other parts of the state from Bentonvil…
 
This episode contains topic discussions that may be disturbing to some people. In this episode, we are discussing weight, body image, and eating disorders. If you are currently living with an eating disorder or know of someone who is I recommend seeking help by contacting the National Eating Disorder Helpline at https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.…
 
In this episode of The Outspoken Podcast, host Shana Cosgrove talks to Aisha Bowe, founder and CEO of STEMBoard. Aisha talks about why she pursued aerospace engineering and how she started STEMBoard. She also explains why she created the Lingo coding kit and how it’s made a difference. Listen to how she doesn’t allow others to define success for he…
 
Fiona, Jen and Neil are back together for 2021, and plans are afoot for a new season of The Outspoken Bible launching in March. Meanwhile, everyone has been listening back to the very first episode and pondering how their experiences last year have shaped and changed a return to the same passages. Our thanks to our Bible 2020 users who provide thei…
 
S2 E02 - In this episode of Outspoken shares the story of Grace Fisher, 100 mile trail running champion, mother, and Operations Research Analyst for the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security.Grace rediscovered running while testing equipment for the Army, blowing off steam with late night runs around the base. Running served as a sort of saving grace in …
 
In this episode I chat to Nutritional Therapist, author and all round inspiring lady Madeleine Shaw. Madeleine doesn't only share her beauty habits but also her wellbeing, feelgood and health habits. Her advice has definitely helped me since doing the interview and I hope it does the same for you. From slotting in time for yoga and movement to grea…
 
Do you have a loved-one on the sex offender registry? Is your life negatively affected because a loved-one is under SORNA restrictions? Millions of people are "Sex Offenders by Association" due to strident rules, public humiliation, and shame because of the registry. In this short podcast episode, I'll read a letter from a wife who's husband is on …
 
In this episode I have the pleasure of chatting to a true industry icon. Funmi Fetto is a Contributing Editor at British Vogue, The Beauty Director at The Observer Magazine and the author of the fabulous book Palette. During the episode Funmi shares her career story, the details of her complicated relationship with the beauty industry and why a lac…
 
I always think of Alaska as being exotic and so far away. I know many of you have been there, but I haven’t. So, almost like being there, we’re going to talk with AJ Roan. AJ writes for North of 60 Mining News and you might wonder what we’d have to talk about since his work is in mining – which is another whole topic we don’t get into a lot in our …
 
The Match Group which owns 45 dating apps is cracking down on registered sex offenders from using their services. In fact, a House subcommittee is investigating popular dating services such as Tinder and Bumble for allegedly allowing minors and sex offenders to use their services. As Valentine's Day is quickly approaching, does this mean that regis…
 
In this episode of My Beauty Habits, entrepreneur Mona Kattan joins me from her Dubai home for a good old chin-wag about the important role that fragrance plays in her life, how she has handled pandemic life and the wellbeing tips that help her feel balanced and happy. Mona is the fragrance guru at Huda Beauty (which she co-founded and where she is…
 
In this episode of The Outspoken Podcast, host Shana Cosgrove talks to her dad, Arthur Schwartz. Arthur, who is turning 80 years old this year, talks about his childhood and education as well as his parenting philosophies for raising three daughters. Listen to what skills he felt were important for his daughters to learn growing up. QUOTES “Now I t…
 
In this episode in partnership with toothpaste brand LA Pacific I get to meet a woman who is making it her mission to revolutionise the toothcare industry. Entrepreneur and all round superwoman Hannah Moore found out the hard way how bad tooth whitening kits and products can be. After using them in her teens she was left with sensitive teeth and co…
 
So happy to have Dr Sam Bunting back on the podcast. This time we're taking the focus off our faces and onto our bodies. Sam has loads of tips for body skin health and the simple steps we can take to keep our skin barriers healthy, happy and hydrated. From the type of products we should be using in the shower to Sam's own shower ritual (which crack…
 
My first guest is blunt, to the point, and doesn’t mince words when it comes to the Mayor of NYC and the NYPD. Gersh Kuntzman is the editor of Streetsblog NYC and Streetsblog USA and this past week, he published a Streetsblog entry based upon a report by TransAlt about New York City’s Failure to Add Bike Parking, although it was promised, and what …
 
America's sex offender registry offers no additional protection for children and our communities. This statement has been proven in numerous studies throughout the years. So, if the registry doesn't work, what else should we try? In this informative podcast episode, I discuss three possible options: Circles of Accountability, chaperone programs, an…
 
This week we are talking about vegetarian and vegan diets some benefits and information on the benefits. Information referenced in this episode: Gerson Therapy: https://gerson.org/gerpress/the-gerson-therapy/ China Study: https://nutritionstudies.org/the-china-study/ China Study Book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LYGP469/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_enc…
 
As I write this we're back in lockdown and I thought that the perfect guest to uplift us and offer a bit of guidance would be Katie Brindle. Katie's last episode about the benefits of the Chinese approach to medicine and Gua Sha was incredibly popular and in this episode she delves further into small steps that we can take to really improve our wel…
 
In this episode of “The Outspoken Podcast,” host Shana Cosgrove talks to Radiah Rhodes, engineer, designer, project manager, and certified executive, and energy coach. They both engage in an inspiring conversation and connect over their understandings of starting and managing businesses as women, balancing marital life and work obligations, and the…
 
Happy New Year Outspoken Beauties. In this the first episode of the year, I'm joined by the brilliant Francesca Geens who is here to teach us how to increase our levels of happiness in simple and attainable ways. Francesca, who is the creator of The Happy Self Journal, has studied the science of happiness extensively. You'll be surprised by how sim…
 
HAPPY HAPPY NEW YEAR! I hope you had a great holiday – not too much carousing and all! With SO much anticipation for a better year, I’m hopeful that will be the case. Today, I thought we’d begin with a wrap-up of the 2020 bicycling season with Steve Frothingham, the editor in chief of Bicycle Retailer and Industry News,. To say it’s been a stressfu…
 
On May 17, 1996, President Bill Clinton signed federal Megan's Law, an amendment to the Jacob Wetterling Act. That set the guidelines for the state statutes, requiring states to notify the public of registrants. According to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, as of 2016, there were 859,500 registered sex offenders in the United S…
 
It's the end of the year show, and Jen Fiona and Neil have some final reflections to finish off the Bible 2020 readings! Thanks for joining us this year, and do not worry - We'll be back in 2021 with all new episodes, stories and time to explore the Bible together. We hope you all have a safe and peaceful Christmas and New Year.…
 
Can you shed the sex offender stigma or label? Yes. In fact, one man is doing it. In this episode, I briefly discuss the story of Justin Vargas, a teen basketball scout in Phoenix, Arizona. Vargas was convicted of sexual contact with a 15-year-old girl when he was 23, and which requires him to register as a sex offender. For the last three years, h…
 
Happy boxing day – happy holidays – and I hope you are finding some time to relax! We’ve got almost two feet of snow here in NE Ohio and it’s been just fine with me to take my time and put together what I think is a great show. I want to start with asking if you have lived the life you want, following your dreams and finding the path that is satisf…
 
Haters are everywhere...online and off! So how do we deal with people that look down on us? I give several tips on how to effectively manage people who criticize, denounce, and spread hate on social media and in the real world. "My hope is to encourage registered citizens, former inmates, and anyone facing stereotypes and social ostracism to move b…
 
She's back! Yayyyy! In this episode the gorgeous Cher Webb joins me for a Christmas special. Amongst the chat about Santa, Elves, Quality Street and cute puppies, there are also beauty recommendations galore from Cher, who goes through some of her top products from the past year. I hope this episode brings a bit of Christmas joy and that you enjoy …
 
As promised, Gary Fisher is back to talk about his new book, Being Gary Fisher – well, we SORT of talk about it. Let me explain. There is no one quite like Gary Fisher – and from the time he was a little boy, he’s marched to the beat of his own drum. He says his new book, Being Gary Fisher – And The Bicycle Revolution – isn’t a memoir; rather a col…
 
It's the Christmas episode! Finally, Bible 2020 has reached advent, and a series of passages that consider the reality of Christ's incarnation. Join Fiona, Jen and Neil as they look at the Bible, Carols and culture and ponder on what we have been given by God to know about the birth of Christ, and why it matters. Our thanks to our Bible 2020 users …
 
Matthew Ramsey shares his story of fostering to adopt 2 brothers with his husband. Matthew offers wise and insightful advice for anyone considering adoption and for all parents who want to make sure their kids feel loved and supported. They also discuss the work Family Equality is doing to ensure that as many kids in the child welfare system as pos…
 
In this episode I have a festive catch up with Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt. Having interviewed Kimberly 8 years ago it was lovely to see much how things have changed for her. Kimberly is now a mother of 3 and was about to do a Pussycat Dolls Tour when Covid arrived. We talk about what Kimberly has been up to during this crazy year, how she's plann…
 
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