the cancellation of Facts of Life in 1988, Debra Wilkerson spiraled
into a deep depression that she would never fully recover from. She
found Jesus and eventually founded the Church of Debra. A long
journey through the medical system afforded her with a daily regimen
of medicines that brought her back to reality. Unfortunately, in
1997, Debra's husband, Harold Wilkerson, died from an obsessive
addiction to hot sauce which eventually lead to a perforated peptic
ulcer of the small intestines. Debra's mental state declined yet
deeper into a full on psychosis even with the medication. Eventually,
a balance of new medications, therapy and her devotion to a higher
power gave Debra the ability to lead a semi-normal life. Today, Debra
spreads the word of Jesus and God at any and every opportunity. She
is a committed Southern Baptist Christian lady. But some say she
*should* be committed because the remaining tinges of her underlying
psychosis asserts itself in the form of an obsession to record these
conversations so that she has proof to show to the Lord on the day of
judgement. Debra shares these recordings with the world so that they
may also experience the grace of God through her colorfully painted
journeys laced with psychotic cracks and breaks. Come join the
journey. Follow down the path to psychotic salvation right behind
Debra by subscribing today!
funny A-D-D Asian combination. A gay man, Ding, and a married woman,
DaBell will guarantee a good fat dose of laughing therapy. Laughing
with us regardless of our topic of choice. Ding is a Malaysian-born
Chinese who now lives in the USA. DaBell was originally from Japan
and is now married to an American and living in the USA. Ding and
DaBell met in college and are now very close friends. "Ding da
Bell, it's only you need!"
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and polyamoary, BDSM to erotic spirituality, non standard
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and interesting people who are making, and covering, the news. Do you
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Savage, America's only advice columnist, answers your sex questions
and yaps about politics. To record a question for Dan to be answered
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the show, with no ads, visit savagelovecast.com and get yourself a
Judgment is the smoking-hot new show from NPR. Winner of the Public
Radio Talent Quest, Glynn Washington delivers a raw, musical brand of
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Peabody Award-winning producer Lea Thau comes a new storytelling
podcast where real people tell true stories from their lives,
sponsored by KCRW. Lea previously created The Moth Podcast and The
Moth Radio Hour. Ranging from the hilarious to the heartbreaking,
each “Strangers” episode offers a unique take on the theme. It's
about travelers, seekers, dreamers, lovers and warriors. It's about
fateful moments, bad dates, long lost friends, life-saving
kindnesses, and those frightful moments when we discover that WE
aren't even who we thought we were.
Comedy Podcast that joins hands across the Atlantic Ocean & also
has a Chinaman on it. We cover a range of topics from bad movies,
weird news stories, plumb the depths of pop culture, and reveal way
too much about ourselves. The cast includes Belasco (the resident
nerd), Booze (the Brit), Dr. P (southern boy/gun enthusiast), and
Hiccup (stuttering Chinaman, RIP). The SFJ Podcast has on an array of
regular guests and friends of the show all dedicated to helping you
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(SweetFeatheryJesus), and at SweetFeatheryJesus.com.
TED Radio Hour is a journey through fascinating ideas: astonishing
inventions, fresh approaches to old problems, new ways to think and
create. Based on Talks given by riveting speakers on the
world-renowned TED stage, each show is centered on a common theme -
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Guy Raz, and is a co-production of NPR & TED. Follow the show
in depth, documentary style show putting a magnifying glass to all of
the little scratches and dents in life. Join Ira Class every month as
he tells you stories from little towns in Kentucky, to huge places
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Host and Foodist Alton Brown reviews recent food news, chat’s with
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memoirist John Haas and respected Chicago actor, Rob Lindley. The
Daily Purge combines the perfect blend of original short stories, new
music from budding artists, and the best banter you'll find...
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Hinds and Vonia Arslanian interview stars from Broadway,
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writers, directors, and other creative types that make the magic
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American Wife is a "public radio" podcast from producer
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stories and interviews with fascinating and frequently famous folks,
in a frankly familiar format. Also, our sister program All Things
Ill-Considered presents hard-hitting and award-deserving journalism.
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staged show in the style of old-time radio performed live, monthly at
Largo at the Coronet in Hollywood. Starring all of your favorite
stars from the worlds of television, film, comedy, animation, sketch,
and the stage. Created and written by Ben Acker & Ben Blacker.