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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Anne Wheaton. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Anne Wheaton, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Anne Wheaton. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Anne Wheaton, often where they are interviewed.

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Oddisode 11 Piggies, Ghosts, and Bigfoot OH MY featuring Anne Wheaton

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Anne Wheaton is an Author, Pet Advocate and all around cool chick!  Hear the story of her not so scary haunted house, and her first, and probably only time BigFoot hunting.

Find more information out about Anne at her website www.annewheaton.com and follow her on twitter and Instagram at @AnneWheaton

Apr 20 2020 · 28mins
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Ep. 25: Wil Wheaton & Anne Wheaton

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It’s the very first couple-edition of Go Fact Yourself!

Wil Wheaton is an actor, writer and geek-culture legend. He’s been in everything from Star Trek: The Next Generation where he starred as the character Wesley Crusher, to his YouTube series TableTop. He’s glad to come onto the show and answer trivia questions about his interests; but he also is eager to prove that he knows these subjects well enough to stump the hosts too.

Competing against Wil is Anne Wheaton, author of the children’s book Piggy and Pug, which is as adorable as the title makes it sound. The book also reflects her background as an animal lover, which has shown in her professional life as well as her personal one. Anne also happens to be married to Wil.

In this episode, we’ll learn about secrets from classic arcade games, musical theater and how Anne and Wil met and fell in love.

What’s the difference: High or Low

What’s the difference between “altitude” and “elevation”?

What’s the difference between “less” and “fewer”?

Areas of Expertise

Anne Wheaton: 1980’s Arcade games, Atari 2600 video-games and puns.

Wil Wheaton: 1980’s Arcade games, Atari 2600 and baking sourdough bread.

Appearing in this episode:

J. Keith van Straaten Helen Hong Wil Wheaton Anne Wheaton

With guest experts:

Gene Lewin, owner of Vintage Arcade Superstore.

Owen Rubin, game designer who helped make classic arcade games for Atari.

Go Fact Yourself was devised by Jim Newman and J. Keith van Straaten, and produced in collaboration with Maximum Fun. The show was recorded at The Angel City Brewery in Los Angeles.

Theme Song by Jonathan Green Maximum Fun's Senior Producer is Laura Swisher The show is edited by Julian Burrell.

Dec 07 2018 · 1hr 4mins

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Anne Wheaton, author of Piggy and Pug

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After 17 years as a hairdresser, I retired from my career to focus full time on my true passions: my love of rescue pets, and helping my fellow humans. For the past 4 years, I have served as a Director for the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA, and as an Ambassador for National Women’s Health Week through the U.S. Health Department’s Office On Women’s Health. I also manage a non-profit my husband and I started called The Foundation To Increase Awesome.

My first rescue pet was an orange tabby cat who followed me while walking home from a friend’s house when I was 5 years old. (It was the 70s. Apparently it was a safer time?) After two days of searching for his owner, we discovered they had moved away and left this cat behind. The cat had gone out in search of a new family, and we became that for him. I never thought to seek out the family to find out why they left him, I just saw this cat who wanted to be loved and have a home. It was hard to understand at such a young age why anyone would do this, which is why I decided to write Piggy and Pug, the book little-kid-me would have loved to read.

I currently live in Los Angeles with my husband, Wil, and our three rescue pets.

Sep 17 2018 · 1hr 3mins
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S4E11 – Anne Wheaton, PIGGY AND PUG

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Synopsis: Anne Wheaton stops by to talk about her new picture book, PIGGY AND PUG, self-publishing a picture book with a huge social media presence, found families, spreading kindness on Twitter, the importance of beta readers (especially the little ones), impostor syndrome, finding a book’s true audience, and her experiences at BookCon and Emerald City ComicCon.

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Duration: 1:12:03

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Download: Episode S4E11: Anne Wheaton, PIGGY AND PUG

Jul 13 2018 · 1hr 12mins

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CIPYD 134: Anne Wheaton and Dogs in Food

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Hello and welcome! We have a very exciting show for you today. Allegra tells us about a very enthusiastic pair of dogs she met. Renee has a Mutt Minute about the Caucasian Shepherd (spoiler: they're gigantic). Allegra introduces a new segment to tell us about Dogs in Food, the best Instagram ever. Plus, our friend Anne Wheaton is back to tell us about her adorable new children's book, Piggy and Pug.   Put your dog in some food and tune in!

Mar 13 2018 · 44mins
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Episode 153: Anne Wheaton

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Today, we have an absolute blast chatting with Anne Wheaton. On this episode, we talk a lot about Anne's brand-new children's picture book, Piggy and Pug. The book is the result of a long-held dream that she finally grabbed hold of and made a reality. We chat about the long road to self-publishing and the learning process she went through along the way. We also talk about her recent health scare, what she's taken away from that experience, living life in the public eye, the struggle to maintain "normalcy" and secrecy when kids are involved, and the Foundation to Increase Awesome.
Nov 07 2017 · 1hr 14mins
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CIPYD Ep. 10: Anne Wheaton and The Dog Train

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Wow, ten episodes and they said it couldn't be done! Actually, no one said that, but we're still really excited! We start off with a look back at 10 episodes of memories and the toys we lost along the way. Then, Renee has her most successful mutt minute yet! We're joined by writer, philanthropist and all-around awesome person Anne Wheaton! Anne tells us all about her dogs and dog-related activities! Finally, we tell you all about a human hero and his dog train dream-made-real! Enjoy!

Sep 29 2015 · 43mins
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Geek A Week: Year Five Two: Anne Wheaton

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The Official Geek A Week Interview with geek advocate Anne Wheaton.  Pre-Order this new Season of Geek A Week and the reprint of Geek A Week Season 1.  It will be a playable CCG (colllectible card game)!

Also, limited quantities of previous Geek A Week cards at my online store.

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VISIT THE OFFICIAL SITE for GEEK A WEEK: http://geekaweek.net
Nov 24 2014 ·
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AnxieTea Party #6 - It's Anne Wheaton!

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Yes, THE Anne Wheaton (Twitter: @AnneWheaton), who is much more than wife of Wil Wheaton. We chatted outside a fantastic coffee shop in Burbank, CA about ugly crying, anxiety attacks, handling chaotic conventions, and how Nathan Fillion gives her gas.

May 21 2013 · 1hr 20mins