At the Cultural Vacuums, comedians Lew and Josh are ready to help jam your empty modern-day brains full of meaty hot cultural goodness, courtesy of an amazing guest!Back at it again with season 2! Lew and Josh are back, and ready once again to ask the big questions. Will they finally discover what an 8-track is? Will someone explain to Josh that naming your child after another family member is normal? And when will Lew realise that cataracts isn't only found in cats?Helping them on their cultural journey this week is everyones favourite rock star - Katie Pritchard!Katie can be found on Twitter @katiepritchards and on Instagram @katiepritchards. Katie also has a website https://www.katiepritchard.co.ukFollow The Cultural Vacuums on twitter @CulturalVacuums and on Instagram @theculturalvacuumsHosted By Lew Fitz and Josh TrebilcockArtwork by Stephen Trumble @StephenTrumble
Dress for the podcast you want not the podcast you have! Katie Pritchard came fully prepared for this battle - wearing superhero socks. Stuart Goldsmith was not so prepared (He forgot to pick a head). Episode 4 of The Silliest Superest Heroest Podcast consists of more Frankensteining of superheroes body parts and powers to create a hero that is more of a Frankenstein’s Monster than Frankenstein’s Monster. What is this episode’s Mr Potato Head of miraculous powers going to be? Spoiler Alert: There are no potatoes featured in this episode. Sorry.Listen to Stuart’s podcast The Comedian’s Comedian Podcast here: https://play.acast.com/s/thecomedianscomedianpodcast and check out everything else about him on stuartgoldsmith.co.ukWatch Katie on Twitch here: www.twitch.tv/katietwitchard and if you want the snazziest T-shirt’s in town: https://katie-pritchart.teemill.com/They’re both on Social media @StuGoldsmith and @KatiePritchardsIf you want to email the show you can: SuperestPod@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
With every profession we need resources and support as we grow and develop. To achieve longevity, it takes support from mentors and colleagues. The Missouri Basketball Coaches Association has launched a new support initiative for female coaches called 28.5 and tonight we explore how coaches, male and female, can support each other and encourage professional endurance. We speak with founder of 28.5 Cori Elms (current MBCA Class 2 State Champion and Coach of the Year) from East Buchanan and discuss the mission and logistics of this new program. We were then joined by a coaches panel to talk about the initiative and how they support one another, all coaches and professions can relate. My thanks to the panel: Keri Nichols, Parkview High School Jenny Talbert, Fair Grove High School Caitlin Lamberth, Springfield Central High School Katie Pritchard, Waynesville High School Listen at acoachsperspective.com or on Apple iTunes podcast under A Coach’s Perspective (subscribe and go into a drawing for a prize!)Next week – we celebrate 200 shows for A Coach’s Perspective with Ned Reynolds, Art Hains, and Don Louzader. A Coach’s Perspective: Tune in Wednesday night’s live from 6:00-7:00 pm on 99.9FM/96.9FM or on the Radio-Springfield app.Listen at Previous Shows on the website acoachsperspective.com Or on Apple iTunes Podcast under A Coach’s Perspective. Like-Facebook: @CoachJeniHopkins Follow-Twitter: @coachhopkins987Subscribe-Website: acoachsperspective.comSubscribe-Apple iTunes Podcast: A Coach’s Perspective
This week, host Conor McReynolds is joined by the winner of last year’s Musical Comedy Awards, the wonderful Katie Pritchard! Katie is such an amazing whirlwind of brilliantly silly comedic chaos, with her singing, dancing and hilarious costumes! We chat about her persona, her writing, and about the brilliant work she’s been doing online over lockdown. Follow Katie on Twitter (@katiepritchards), check out her Linktree (https://linktr.ee/katiepritchards) and, of course, have a look at her wonderful website (www.katiepritchard.co.uk)! If you enjoyed the podcast, please donate to our amazing charity partner, Oxfordshire Mind (@OxfordshireMind). Our Justgiving page is: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/jerichocomedy Please also like, subscribe, rate, share the podcast – we would love to reach as many of our brilliant audience members as possible! For more on Jericho Comedy and all our summer outdoor/drive-in shows, visit our website: www.jerichocomedy.com NB: Jericho Comedy would like to apologise to anyone offended by the clear and obvious error that occurs at approximately 52:30 in the episode. Host Conor McReynolds astonishingly refers to a biscuit bar from Bahlsen as a ‘Time Out’ bar, when of course, he should have said ‘Pick Up’. Time Out is obviously a Cadbury’s wafer biscuit bar, completely different to a Bahlsen Pick Up. Both are excellent options to accompany a hot beverage, and Jericho Comedy apologises unreservedly for the inexcusable error our host made in confusing the two bars. We shall be undertaking internal disciplinary proceedings to ensure such a clear and obvious error doesn’t occur again.
Hello You! Welcome to another episode of Whats The Chat?! with Adam Scott Pringle Today’s Guest is Katie Pritchard - Comedian & Actor Every week Adam & his guest discuss random topics, including bizarre news, conspiracy theories & whatever rubbish comes up at the time. But don't worry, it will always be filled with Banter & Chat. If you would like to be a guest or send in a question, get in contact with Adam over all socials below or email email@example.com Follow Adam on Twitter & Instagram: @AdamSPringle--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/adam-scott-pringle/message
Expert: Chiropractor, Katie Pritchard of Advanced Health Chiropractic
This episode of Motherness is proudly sponsored by Advanced Health Chiropractic.Today’s guest, Katie Pritchard is a practicing chiropractor and owner of Advanced Health Chiropractic, nestled in the beautiful West Auckland. Together with husband Ash, and their team including 6 chiropractors, Advanced Health is a wellness-based, family practice which has the pleasure of nurturing whole families from birth onwards. Their sole purpose is to set strong foundations for connected, thriving families so that their community can experience the ripple effects of living an amazing, healthy life.With this in mind, the team is trained to support pregnant mothers throughout their journey as they best prepare their bodies for new life and birth. Like you would nurture the environment of a beautiful garden in order for it to flourish, a child is best prepared for growth, development, and connection from the moment they receive their first adjustment.In this episode, Katie and I talk in-depth about how seeing a chiropractor throughout pregnancy and postpartum can support not only you and your little one but the holistic health of your entire family. We go back to basics, discussing exactly what a chiropractor does, what an adjustment looks and feels like for each of you, the science behind the practice, and the myriad of benefits for both mum and baby in terms of feeding, sleep, colic, reflux, mental health and so much more. Thank you so much again to Advanced Health Chiropractic for sponsoring this week’s episode of Motherness. Advanced Health are kindly welcoming anyone from the Motherness community to have an initial consult at a reduced rate of $95 for an adult, and $55 for a child – which are usually $185 and $75 respectively. Simply mention this episode of Motherness when making your booking enquiry. Follow Advanced Health Chiropractic on Instagram.Follow Skye Ross on Instagram. Follow Motherness on Instagram.
This week on PODAROONEY Joe chats to Katie Pritchard. Katie Pritchard is an award winning comedian, West End & TV actor, musician, writer and artist. She plays guitar with the award winning all-girl Rock n' Roll band The Daisy Chains, has been on Harry Hills Clubnite TV show and has a podcast with Katharine Kerr called "The Farce and the Spurious" . She also runs her own comedy night "My Mates' Jokes Bring All The Folks To The Yard" . Check her out at www.katiepritchard.co.uk
Hello!I've slightly changed the format of my podcast to reflect my mantra: be who you want to be. Every human being has an interesting story to tell - so I thought I would go out (/ stay in - lockdown!) and meet some people who are being who they want to be!Hopefully that will inspire you and help you realise that what ever you are dreaming of becoming can be real! This week I meet the really funny Katie Pritchard and find out what led to her becoming a comedian (and actor and musician and pretty all round fabulous!And the book of the week is 'The Good Hawk' by Joseph Elliott.My sound quality isn't great during the interview, I'm afraid - but it WILL be better next week!You can find Katie at https://www.katiepritchard.co.uk@KatiePritchards on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and KatiePritchardTube on YouTube.You can find me at @mamagstories on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.And you can see me every Wednesday and Sunday at 6pm (GMT) on Facebook Live! Just like my page to join in the fun!If you want to support the podcast and my live storytimes you can sign up for exclusive goodies at https://www.patreon.com/mamagstories or buy a coffee at https://www.ko-fi.co.uk/mamagDon't forget to rate, subscribe, share and ENJOY the podcast!x
Katie Pritchard knew a small ghost | #OurWorstJobs
The Kieran Poole Show
All-round entertainer Katie Pritchard joins Kieran to chat her worst jobs including an Early Learning Centre poltergeist, poo parcels, and a randy theatre-going couple. They also discuss the recent Katie Jarvis job-shaming row. Follow the hashtag #OurWorstJobs on Twitter for fantastic stories about terrible jobs. We would also love to hear your stories so get Tweeting. Find bonus video content on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.