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36 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Julie Andrews. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Julie Andrews, often where they are interviewed.

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36 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Julie Andrews. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Julie Andrews, often where they are interviewed.

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Sarah’s Song Story/The Door That No One Could Open (feat. Julie Andrews)

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The Story Pirates’ ship enters one of the galaxy’s most dangerous spots, the Switcheroo Zone, and items on board start randomly turning into other things like spaghetti, space raccoons and...Julie Andrews. Featuring two new stories: “Sarah’s Song Story,” about a girl who confronts her fear of clowns, written by Ella, a 9 year old from New Jersey, and “The Door That No One Could Open,” a story about a frustrating trip to the bathroom, written by a 9 year old from Illinois named Claire.

Jul 02 2020

35mins

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Learning The Truth About Australia - Julie Andrews In Conversation With Phil Cummins Part 3: Action

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In this second special series of the Game Changers Podcast, Phil talks with Dr Julie Andrews and Leann Wilson about how education might help Australia to address its sad relationship with our First Nations. Dr Julie Andrews is a proud Yorta Yorta and Wurundjeri Woiwurrung descendant who is based in Melbourne. She was born in Mooroopna a small town near Shepparton. Her research and expertise is strongly aligned to her Aboriginal community and heritage, however, she has research interests in mobility, identity, community development and wellbeing along with higher education. Her Yorta Yorta and Melbourne Aboriginal communities are at the centre of her work. Dr Andrews lectures in Aboriginal Studies and is Convenor of Aboriginal Studies at La Trobe University. In this final episode, Phil speaks with Julie about her journey to becoming an educator, the value of learning outside the classroom, and the pathway from activism to leadership.

The Game Changers podcast is produced by Orbital Productions and supported by a School for tomorrow. (aschoolfortomorrow.com) and CIRCLE – The Centre for Innovation, Research, Creativity and Leadership in Education (circle.education). The podcast is hosted on SoundCloud and distributed through Spotify, Google Play, and Apple Podcasts. Please subscribe and tell your friends you like what you are hearing. You can contact us at gamechangers@circle.education, on Twitter and Instagram via @GameChangersPC, and you can also connect with Henry Musoma, Philip SA Cummins and Adriano Di Prato via LinkedIn. Adriano loves his insta and tweets a lot; Phil posts videos to YouTube.

Jun 22 2020

29mins

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Learning The Truth About Australia - Julie Andrews In Conversation With Phil Cummins Part 2: Truth

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In this second special series of the Game Changers Podcast, Phil talks with Dr Julie Andrews and Leann Wilson about how education might help Australia to address its sad relationship with our First Nations. Dr Julie Andrews is a proud Yorta Yorta and Wurundjeri Woiwurrung descendant who is based in Melbourne. She was born in Mooroopna a small town near Shepparton. Her research and expertise is strongly aligned to her Aboriginal community and heritage, however, she has research interests in mobility, identity, community development and wellbeing along with higher education. Her Yorta Yorta and Melbourne Aboriginal communities are at the centre of her work. Dr Andrews lectures in Aboriginal Studies and is Convenor of Aboriginal Studies at La Trobe University. In this second episode, Phil speaks with Julie about truthful history, models for supporting young Indigenous people, and the need for Indigenous education in every step of all students' journeys.

The Game Changers podcast is produced by Orbital Productions and supported by a School for tomorrow. (aschoolfortomorrow.com) and CIRCLE – The Centre for Innovation, Research, Creativity and Leadership in Education (circle.education). The podcast is hosted on SoundCloud and distributed through Spotify, Google Play, and Apple Podcasts. Please subscribe and tell your friends you like what you are hearing. You can contact us at gamechangers@circle.education, on Twitter and Instagram via @GameChangersPC, and you can also connect with Henry Musoma, Philip SA Cummins and Adriano Di Prato via LinkedIn. Adriano loves his insta and tweets a lot; Phil posts videos to YouTube.

Jun 15 2020

27mins

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Julie Andrews and Raising a Reader

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Reading, writing, and storytelling can be a creative first aid kit for families stuck at home during the pandemic. But where do you begin if your kid says they don't want to read or write? Today we've got some strategies for making reading and writing exciting. 

First, we'll hear some games dreamed up by the one and only Julie Andrews. She and her daughter, children's author and educator Emma Walton Hamilton, have started a new project to spark kids' imaginations: It's a podcast we adore called Julie's Library.

Then, Sierra Filucci from Common Sense Media joins us to discuss how to get your kid busy reading this summer, even if they're reluctant. Is any reading better than no reading?

Plus, a parenting win: We'll hear the story of how a college soccer star turned a kid who hates writing ... into a kid who likes it.

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And we want to hear your tips and suggestions! Send your questions and tips—especially the strange ones—to parenttrapped@commonsense.org, and we might invite you on the show.

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Jun 03 2020

24mins

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Amanpour: Atul Gawande, Julie Andrews, Emma Walton Hamilton and Guillaume Long

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Dr. Atul Gawande, surgeon at Brigham and Women's Hospital, talks to Christiane Amanpour about the key steps to safely re-opening the United States and around the world. He delves into the lessons that can be learnt from hospitals as well as how we address mortality during the pandemic. Then – actress Julie Andrews is perhaps the most well-known nanny in the world; her iconic roles in “Mary Poppins” and “The Sound of Music” are cultural cornerstones. Her daughter Emma Walton Hamilton is an arts educator and children's author who she has collaborated with on several books. They speak about working on their new podcast series ‘Julie’s Library’ and why it’s important to release your imagination during lockdown. Finally, our Hari Sreenivasan talks to Guillaume Long, the former Ecuador Minister of Foreign Affairs, about the danger Covid-19 poses to democracy in Latin America. They reflect on the shocking pictures of carboard coffins and bodies left on the side of the streets in the small South American country.

May 20 2020

54mins

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[Full episode] Jonathan Torrens, Leslie Carrara-Rudolph, Bob the Drag Queen, Julie Andrews 23/04/2020

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Actor Jonathan Torrens talks about the resilience of Nova Scotians and how he's helping out with Friday night's virtual vigil for the victims of the mass shooting. Sesame Street puppeteer Leslie Carrara-Rudolph explains how the celebrated children's show is tackling COVID-19 with openness and honesty. Drag performer and comedian Bob the Drag Queen discusses his work on HBO's We're Here and the power of drag to change perceptions. Screen legend Julie Andrews shares a few of her favourite things from her Hollywood career.

Apr 23 2020

45mins

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Julie Andrews, Revisited

Here's The Thing with Alec Baldwin
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We often think of Julie Andrews as the prim nanny from Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music, but her personal path may have the greatest resemblance to one of her Broadway roles: Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady. Andrews grew up in a family strapped for cash during the Second World War, and her initial training as an actor was in the less-than-prestigious field of vaudeville. But right before opening night of her breakout role in The Boy Friend, it was producer Cy Feuer’s advice that we have to thank, in large part, for the level of excellence Andrews has brought to musical film and theater for generations. “Forget camp,” he told her. “Get real.”

Dec 24 2019

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How did Julie Andrews become the icon she is today?

Next Question with Katie Couric
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The pod is alive with the sound of music! That’s right, for this very special episode of Next Question, Katie sits down with the one and only Julie Andrews. In this funny, fascinating, and often moving conversation, she opens up to Katie about her six decade career on both stage and screen, her marriage to the late, great Blake Edwards, her friendships with legends like Carol Burnett and Elizabeth Taylor, and how she never gets tired of talking about The Sound of Music (lucky us!)Make sure to listen to the very end when Katie plays matchmaker and arranges a surprise phone call with Julie and one of her biggest fans (hint - she also happens to be a previous Next Question guest!) 

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Nov 28 2019

51mins

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Julie Andrews, Brie Larson

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Julie Andrews Tells Us About Visiting an Orgy, Brie Larson Wants a Free Subscription to Disney+, A Wonderful Couple Gets The Surprise Wedding Gift They Deserve 


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Nov 28 2019

31mins

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Julie Andrews and Daughter Emma Walton Hamilton on the Hard Work of Home Work

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She’s an icon of stage and of screen, with one of the most recognized voices in the world. And, no matter where she is in the world, Julie Andrews always brings a little bit of home with her. In this episode, Alan Alda sits down with Julie and her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton, to talk about how they've learned to collaborate as writing partners and how Julie has worked tirelessly throughout her career to make sure home and family never got lost in the work. As she says, it's never been easy to combine home and work together, but imagination, playfulness, and determination can help keep the feelings of home — warmth, safety, and understanding — with you throughout your life.

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Nov 26 2019

53mins

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