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29 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Karen O. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Karen O, often where they are interviewed.

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29 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Karen O. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Karen O, often where they are interviewed.

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The Ceremony of Baking Bread with Karen O'Donoghue

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Karen is the founder of The Happy Tummy Bakery school in East Sussex, where students are taught how to use food both as preventative and prescriptive medicine. Specialising in bread for people with digestive health issues, the school produces recipes to boost gut health, the immune system, the nervous system and mental health.

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Karen’s recommendations:

For the barley and other cereal grains- https://hodmedods.co.uk/collections/cereal-grains

For heritage grains and flours - https://gilchesters.com/

For the teff - https://thelovegrass.com/ or to buy teff in bulk - https://littleaddis.com/

Golden Cross Cheese - http://www.goldencrosscheese.co.uk/products_detailed.html

For seeds - https://seedysunday.org/

https://farmstofeedus.org/ is a great one for discovering what's a bit more local to you

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@SarahMalcs - www.sarahmalcolm.co.uk

@SerenaLouth - www.serenalouth.com

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Nov 09 2020 · 54mins
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Karen O & Yeah Yeah Yeahs

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Karen Lee Orzolek, or as the world knows her, Karen O, is a South Korean-born American singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, director, and it must be said, style icon. She is also famously the lead singer for Yeah Yeah Yeahs, who along with members Nick Zinner and Brian Chase, have produced a highly alternative and hugely popular body of work over the years, which is further complimented by her own solo and collaborative releases.  Born to a Korean mother and Polish father in 1978, she grew up in New Jersey before attending college in Ohio where she met drummer Brian Chase, and after transferring to an art college in New York, she met guitarist Nick Zinner - the three formed the art-rock group Yeah Yeah Yeahs in 2000. With their first gig opening for The White Stripes, and their debut self-titled EP cracking number 1 in the UK indie charts, they quickly became a vital band in New York’s rock scene of the 2000s. Their albums Fever To Tell, Show Your Bones, It’s Blitz! and Mosquito all received critical acclaim and commercial success, with the NME ranking Fever To Tell in 2009 as the Number 5 in their Best Albums of the Decade poll. Alongside the success of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Karen O also became heavily involved in the art, fashion and film world, providing soundtrack contributions for director’s including Spike Jonze, David Fincher, Tim Burton and David Lynch. This also extended into a long list of collaborations with artists such as Flaming Lips, Har Mar Superstar, Deerhunter, Santigold, Peaches, Parquet Courts, and most notably her Danger Mouse collaboration album, 2019’s Lux Prima. This followed up from her gorgeous 2014 solo album ‘Crush Songs’, released on Julian Casablancas’ label Cult Records. She even recently released a song written for Kenzo’s Spring/Summer collection.  So come along for the ride as we delve into selecting our favourite songs from the queen of modern rock Karen O and rulers of the art-rock world, Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

Oct 21 2020 · 32mins

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On this episode of Let’s Be Blunt with Montel, Montel talks to Karen O’Keefe, State Policy Director for the Marijuana Policy Project about the state of cannabis reform initiatives nationwide, including those that are on the ballot in November and some unexpected prospects for legislative reform in other states. Karen has been an instrumental player in the work of cannabis reform and this episode is can’t miss for those who care about cannabis reform and social justice.


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Sep 30 2020 · 42mins
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The Hedge Podcast #49: Karen O’Donoghue and Network Time Security

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Time is critical for many of the systems that make the Internet and other operational networks “go,” but we often just assume the time is there and it’s right. In this episode of the Hedge, Karen O’Donoghue joins Alvaro and Russ to talk about some of the many attacks and failures that can be caused by an incorrect time, and current and ongoing work in securing network time in the IETF.



Sep 03 2020 · 32mins
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7. Karen O’Brien-Kop | Pātañjala Yoga, Yogācāra Buddhism, and Re-Thinking the Category of "Classical Yoga"

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In this episode, we speak with Dr. Karen O’Brien-Kop (University of Roehampton) about her intertextual research on Pātañjala and Buddhist Yoga, rethinking the category of “Classical Yoga,” the yoga of Yogācāra Buddhism, Buddhist definitions of yoga, botanical metaphors for liberation, the mysterious Dharmamegha Samādhi ("the raincloud of Dharma”), her forthcoming co-edited volume, The Routledge Handbook of Yoga and Meditation Studies (2020), her upcoming online course YS 109, more.

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Karen O’Brien-Kop is Lecturer in Asian Religions and Ethics in the Department of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Roehampton, London, UK. She received her PhD from SOAS University of London, is a specialist in the historical study of meditation and yoga within Asian religious traditions, and analyses early Hindu and Buddhist meditation manuals in Sanskrit.

She has taught on the MA Traditions of Yoga and Meditation at SOAS University of London, and at the University of Roehampton she has designed a new BA module 'Yoga, Meditation and Health'. Since 2018, she has served on the committee for the SOAS Centre of Yoga Studies, an academic research and teaching centre focused on public engagement. In the American Academy of Religion, Karen is a committee member for the Yoga in Theory and Practice Unit and co-chair of the Indian and Chinese Religions Compared Unit. She has published peer-reviewed articles in Religions of South Asia and Journal of Indian Philosophy and is co-editor of The Routledge Handbook of Yoga and Meditation Studies (2020), an interdisciplinary volume of 34 chapters from global contributors. Karen is currently working on a book project on rethinking classical yoga in relation to Buddhism.


Jun 28 2020 · 1hr 38mins
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Will Duffin and Karen O'Neill: Ebola vs COVID19 - What Can We Learn?

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This week, Advanced Clinical Practitioner and WEM Faculty Member Karen O'Neill joins us to discuss her experience of COVID19.

In 2014, Karen worked in Northern Uganda tackling the outbreak of Ebola. Alongside WEM Education Lead Will Duffin, Karen considers the lessons we can learn from this outbreak and crucially, the importance of changing the language of preparation from 'if' to 'when'.

Karen discusses the impact Ebola had on the communities she worked within, including the alienation of those living within disease-stricken areas. She also explores some of the cultural nuances that caused friction; from the removal of traditional ceremonies to the establishment of burial teams.

Karen also describes her own experience of COVID19, from wearing PPE and the importance of wellbeing to the brilliance of her team and the difficulty of attempting to live separately from her husband under one roof. 

N.B - This was recorded a few weeks ago - we are delighted that Karen is back at work and building her running miles on Strava!

May 07 2020 · 39mins
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The Playlist 119: 'Mrs America' / Karen O'Leary talks 'Wellington Paranormal' / What We've Been Watching

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In another Iso-Playlist, Fiona Zooms across the ditch for a chat with Wellington Paranormal's Karen O'Leary (Officer O'Leary), who is having a very busy lockdown, as the much-memed face of the New Zealand Police Force's Public Service Announcements, in addition to her day job as an early childhood teacher. Elsewhere in the episode: Ben and Fiona review the lively '70s chronicle of the leading lights of the feminist movement (and their foes), Mrs America.

May 06 2020 · 55mins
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Good gut health with Karen O'Donoghue

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Karen O'Donoghue is the founder of Happy Tummy Company - a Micro Bakery and Bakery School based in Laughton, East Sussex that teaches people how to make fermented breads and bakes for better gut health. In this episode we discuss her journey to creating the signature Happy Tummy bread that would eventually rid her and many others of debilitating IBS symptoms and how her experience of burn out prompted a move to the countryside to reconnect with her horticultural roots.

This podcast is in partnership with Amplify - an alcohol free drink with a unique blend of botanicals that fires up all the senses, and ClassPass, the app that connects you to the best fitness experiences, wherever you are.

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May 01 2020 · 41mins
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#108 Karen O'Connor Interview with Hall of Fame Event Rider, Trainer, & Coach

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Karen & Rob chat with the great Karen O'Connor.  Karen shares amazing stories about Queen Elizabeth, Jack LeGoff, William Micklem, Derek & Bea Di Grazia. among other amazing people.  Karen shared how she was bullied as a child rider by her peers in school and how she was passed over by Jack Legoff to be on the training list as a young rider despite her winning  virtually everything she entered...  She even shares her battle with depression after her back breaking fall dealing with coming back to the sport and how she was able to get past the depression. Karen is possibly the most inspirational eventer of her era and this interview only strengthens why she inspires so many riders still today.

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Apr 29 2020 · 1hr 23mins
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Episode 47 Martha O'Neill & Karen O'Keefe

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This week we sat with the hilarious Martha O'Neill and Karen O'Keefe to discuss their albums Fine Big Girl and Surprised Eyebrows. We touched on the process of recording an album, the state of comedy in Canada and the amazing powers of attraction granted to you on recording a comedy album. Thanks again to Karen and Martha for joining me and please go out and buy their albums today. You will not be disappointed.

Feb 27 2020 · 57mins