This is the audio-only version of our Life After Service episode with Sarah Watson. Watch the video documentary episode now on YouTube! An intelligence officer to Iron Man athlete to veterans advocate. Sarah Watson is the first veteran we feature in our series Life After Service. In our podcast interview with her (#76), we discussed her time in the Australian Defence Force. In this documentary, we cover her challenges and successes in her time adapting to life after the military. CLOSING CREDITS: Guest: Sarah Watson Also Featuring: George Watson, David Watson, Kevin the French Mastiff Special Thanks: Striker Coffee Co., Valour Coffee Co. Brought to you by Thistle Productions: Thomas Kaye, Alex Lloyd, Rohan Viswalingam, Angus Hordern Intro Music: THREE METRES by Stephen Keech Episode Soundtrack: THE HELL JUST BEYOND: The Ballad of of Old Mate Joe 'Rowdy' Sloan by The Externals Workout Soundtrack: RED STRIPES by Hunter Parks Copyright Thistle Productions 2021 THISTLE PRODUCTIONS, LIFE ON THE LINE and TECI Visit our website - www.lifeonthelinepodcast.com - and follow us on social media: @lifeonthelinepodcast on Facebook and Instagram, @LOTLpod on Twitter and 'Thistle Productions' on LinkedIn.
Alex Lloyd interviews Iraq veteran Sarah Watson. Life on the Line tracks down Australian military veterans and records their stories. Sarah Watson was an Intelligence Officer in the Australian Army. She deployed to Iraq in 2006 and was the Intelligence Analyst for all Middle Eastern countries except Afghanistan during the Arab Spring. This is Alex Lloyd's conversation with Sarah about the challenges and victories she faced in uniform, and beyond. Sarah was interviewed by Alex again in the video documentary Life After Service. To see photos related to today's interview, visit our website - www.lifeonthelinepodcast.com - or follow us on social media: @lifeonthelinepodcast on Facebook and Instagram, and @LOTLpod on Twitter.
Today, Dr. Emma talks to certified sex therapist Sarah Watson about issues relating to sex and intimacy.We talk about the importance of communication between partners, adjusting your sex life after childbirth, pain during intercourse, and many other issues.Sarah also explains why the goal of sex should be pleasure, and orgasm should be the bonus.Resources:Esther Perel Podcasts: https://www.estherperel.com/podcastSix Minute Sex Ed Podcast: https://teaandintimacy.com/Sarah's Website: https://www.sarahwatsonlpc.com/Call: 248-509-0503Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWhole Family Wellness Website: https://www.wholefamwellness.com/Call: 248-631-8245Email: email@example.com
FELICITY FRIDAY: "The Fugue" with Sarah Watson and Director Lawrence Trilling
Podcast Like It's 1999
This Friday we are more than excited to have two spectacular guests to talk about THE FUGUE, the 16th episode of the first season of FELICITY. First up we have TV Writer, Showrunner and Creator of THE BOLD TYPE and Author of the brand new YA Novel MOST LIKELY, Sarah Watson on the podcast to talk all things Felicity, Noel and Ben. And as a bonus we are glad to have EP and Director Lawrence Trilling(ALIAS, Parenthood, Pushing Daises) who directed this very episode to talk about the process of making FELICITY and working with the cast and crew of the show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
093 - Sarah Watson (Creator of The Bold Type, Author of Most Likely)
TV Writer Podcast - Audio
This week, host Gray Jones returns to the Skype format due to the Coronavirus quarantine, but you're sure to love his interview with Sarah Watson, creator of The Bold Type and executive producer on Parentood! Episode 093 is sponsored by Pilar Alessandra of onthepage.tv. Pilar is offering a 10% discount on her interactive online class, Writing the First Draft, which started April 4th, but can be joined any time up to the second class on April 11th. To get your 10% off, use the code onthepage10 at checkout. Sarah is very open about the challenges along the way, and how she was able to spin some of the toughest experiences into victories, including her incredibly hopeful young adult novel, Most Likely. Just like the message of the book, she is optimistic that the world is changing for the better, and that the upcoming generation will be the key. Learn about the innovative way she turned a class she taught at UCLA into a virtual writers room... how getting on staff wasn't the Holy Grail, but each new opportunity taught her invaluable lessons... how getting onto a network show really propelled her career forward, and how she really found her voice working with Jason Katims on Parenthood... how and why she cancelled a meeting and went straight to Disneyland to buy a season's pass... how taking a year off and being unavailable turned her into a hot commodity, even leading to a successful pitch to Steven Spielberg and an option on her book! She also talks about what it was like to be in production on a pilot and getting ready for the big launch of her book, and having to shut it all down overnight because of COVID-19. INDEX TO THE EPISODE: 0:00 - Introduction2:57 - Interview starts3:15 - Shooting pilot, book launch interrupted by COVID-199:45 - TV writing course Sarah teaches at UCLA, and why that program is special13:38 - How Sarah got started, working on Rachel’s Room15:23 - Early days, how Sarah got on staff18:44 - How Sarah’s career really took off when she landed a gig on a network show24:21 - Working on The Middleman with Javi Grillo-Marxuach26:37 - Writing on Parenthood, and how she really found her voice29:14 - How she got an overall deal and started to develop shows 34:50 - All the details about developing The Bold Type which is on its fourth season38:38 - How a soul crushing year led to a hopeful YA novel 44:20 - Details about her untitled re-enactment pilot, and pitching to Steven Spielberg50:59 - On adapting her YA novel for Amazon51:45 - Advice to greener writers Follow Sarah on Twitter: @SarahWatson42 Buy Gray’s book for only $4.99! Look for it on Amazon – How To Break In To TV Writing: Insider Interviews. Didn’t get your questions asked? Make sure you follow Gray on Twitter (@GrayJones) so you can get the scoop on who is being interviewed and how to get your questions in. Also check out our TV Writer Twitter Database to find Twitter addresses for over 1,000 TV writers. Find previous episodes and other resources at www.tvwriterpodcast.com. Upcoming weekly interviews will include Arika Lisanne Mittman (Paradise Lost, Timeless), Michael Narducci (The Originals), and lots more!
Our guest this week is Sarah Watson, creator of the hit TV series, The Bold Type. Sarah joins us to discuss Most Likely, our Barnes & Noble YA Book Club pick, an empowering and heartfelt novel about a future female president's senior year of high school. The Barnes & Noble YA Book Club Edition features a bonus epilogue and a list of book club discussion questions. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @barnesandnoble for more Barnes & Noble YA Book Club news
First Draft Episode #238: Sarah Watson Sarah Watson is a television writer, producer, and novelist. She’s the creator of the Freeform series, The Bold Type, and was a Writer and Executive Producer of the critically acclaimed NBC drama, Parenthood. She has also written for About A Boy, Lipstick Jungle,The Unusuals, and The Middleman, as well as other series. Her debut novel, Most Likely, is out now. Links and Topics Mentioned In This Episode Down a Dark Hall by Lois Duncan Sarah basically wrote a book report for the movie War Games Felicity (TV show) was a game changer for hour-long dramas, and Dawson’s Creek and Buffy. Before that there was mostly just Thirtysomething Sarah was an intern with someone named Damon Lindeloff, who went on to create LOST, The Leftovers, and Watchmen That’s so Raven was one of Sarah’s very first jobs out of college Eileen Heisler (executive producer of How I Met Your Mother and The Middle) and DeAnn Heline (producer on Murphy Brown and executive producer Ellen), the women behind Lipstick Jungle The Middleman is where Sarah met Javier Grillo-Marxuach Jason Katims, showrunner and executive producer of Friday Night Lights (created by Peter Berg, based on the book Friday Night Lights written by Pulitzer Prize winner H.G. “Buzz” Bissinger [not for nothing but the documentary Buzz was fascinating]) was the creator, showrunner, and executive producer for Parenthood The 1989 film Parenthood, written by Lowell Ganz (who also wrote Splash and A League of Their Own, among others) and Babaloo Mandel (who also wrote City Slickers, A League of Their Own, and Forget Paris) In the writing room for Beyond the Break there were only three writers Sarah shadowed Joanna Coles in researching for The Bold Type The Bold Type was originally at NBC in a more West Wing style iteration before it settled into Sarah’s vision at Freeform What Happened by Hilary Clinton Kate Testerman at KT Literary is Sarah’s agent The Deadline announcement for Sarah’s new TV show, about a The Goonies remake Sarah got the chance to create her new TV show with Gail Berman, Chairman and CEO of The Jackal Group, an independent production entity formed in partnership with Fox Networks Group. Richard Donner, the director of The Goonies, Superman, Lethal Weapon, Scrooged, and more Greg Motolla, director of Superbad and Adventureland, is directing Sarah’s pilot I want to hear from you! Have a question about writing or creativity for Sarah Enni or her guests to answer? To leave a voicemail, call (818) 533-1998. Subscribe To First Draft with Sarah Enni Every Tuesday, I speak to storytellers like Veronica Roth, author of Divergent; Linda Holmes, author and host of NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast; Jonny Sun, internet superstar, illustrator of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Gmorning, Gnight! and author and illustrator of Everyone’s an Aliebn When Ur a Aliebn Too; Michael Dante DiMartino, co-creator of Avatar: The Last Airbender; John August, screenwriter of Big Fish, Charlie’s Angels, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; or Rhett Miller, musician and frontman for The Old 97s. Together, we take deep dives on their careers and creative works. Don’t miss an episode! Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. It’s free! Rate, Review, and Recommend How do you like the show? Please take a moment to rate and review First Draft with Sarah Enni in Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Your honest and positive review helps others discover the show -- so thank you! Is there someone you think would love this podcast as much as you do? Please share this episode on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or via carrier pigeon (maybe try a text or e-mail, come to think of it). Just click the Share button at the bottom of this post! Thanks again!
#196 - Interview with Agegroup Athlete Sarah Watson from Australia Sarah has achieved very much in a very short time in triathlon, like qualifiying for the Ironman World Championships in Kona in 2018 in her first qualification attempt. In this interview we are talking about when and how she got into triathlon, about her race experiences so far, her race in Kona, what she thinks about triathlon and a lot of other topics. So I hope that you enjoy the talk with Sarah within the next hour. Enjoy! Shownotes: Sarah Watson on Facebook => https://www.facebook.com/sarah.watson.9619934 Follow Sarah on Instagram => https://www.instagram.com/sarwatson78/ My name is Marco Sommer and I hope that you enjoyed listening to this interview with Sarah Watson today. Also I would be very glad if you tune into the next upcoming English episode of Triathlon-Podcast which I am offering. Mahalo nui loa for tuning in and have a great time Folge direkt herunterladen
Sarah Watson - Chairman, Global & NY CSO, BBH (E47)
Love This Podcast
We were delighted, and somewhat overwhelmed, to welcome the legendary Sarah Watson onto the Love This Podcast.From the snow-trodden offices of BBH New York, Sarah plunged into several topics that will pique the curiosity of marketers around the world. The role of planning in an agency today and why it’s still fundamental to making the work better. Marketing to mothers, our industry’s hiring decisions and defining customer archetypes. The important of a diverse team and why clients should push back on agency’s that don’t represent their customers. How and why we should use a combination of data and our instincts to evaluate the work. Tensions of every kind. There was even one point where we may have stepped out of the sound room, into the therapy room – see if you can spot it.Building her career and the careers of those around her at two of the most reputable agencies in the world (DDB and BBH), Sarah’s wisdom and 50,000ft viewpoint on the world is one that should 100% be heard, and then shared.