Medical Marijuana in the 21st Century with Medical Marijuana Consultant Hannah Jo Reid
The Amaury Abreu Show
The legalization of Marijuana has been a very controversial topic for many years, part of it is due to the fact that we did. not understand how this plant could be used for medical purposes. in this episode of the podcast, we had Hannah Jo Reid, a medical Marijuana consultant, who took the time to debunk some misconceptions that people have about this plant, it's positive side effects and the negative ones as well. Enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/amauryabreushow/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/amauryabreushow/support
Ep. 34: Dorms, Concerts, and Szechuan Sauce (ft. Hannah Jo Forbes)
In episode 34, hosts Jacob Douglas and Sam Mosher are joined by special guest Hannah Jo Forbes to discuss dorm life (15:15) and what makes a great concert (31:20). Later, Rick and Morty experts Jake Moss and Hunter Rohlf give a field report on their series arc to get szechuan sauce (50:00). Other topics include Mario Kart (3:25), Blade Runner (8:10), and Fyre Festival (1:02:35). Special thanks to Jonathan Ochocki for our logo, and to Randy Gindler and Ian Teoh for our music. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @KidsCollegeShow. New episodes post every Monday.
TravCast - Ella Phillips, Lara Jo Bazzu & Hannah Jo Doherty Mackinlay
TravCast is the Writer's Podcast from the Traverse, Scotland’s New Writing Theatre. Associate Director Emma Callander interviews well known playwrights and theatre makers whose work features in the programme at the Traverse. In this episode, Emma is joined by three writers taking part in Writing on the Wall: Ella Phillips, a seventeen year old writer who took part in Class Act 2014; Lara Jo Bazzu, twenty-two year old University student and member of Traverse Young Writers and Hannah Jo Doherty Mackinlay, a nineteen year old Class Act Alumni writer and member of Traverse Young Writers. Writing on the Wall is a project to coincide with the 2014 Scottish Independence Referendum with the voices of the young writers we work with throughout the year. Young writers from Scribble (our writing programme for 14-17 year olds) , Traverse Young Writers (Traverse writing programme for 18-25 year olds) and Class Act (our flag ship senior schools playwriting project) were invited to work with the Traverse Artistic Team to create short plays, monologues, one word provocations which will be scrawled on the Traverse walls, tables, fixtures and fittings until September. These mini plays are the young writers’ ideas on independence, looking towards what happens now and next. The project explored how the young writers feel creatively at this time of potential change and how this creativity can be part of a wider conversation. Original music by James Iremonger www.jamesiremonger.co.ukProduced and engineered by Cian O Siochain