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Barbra Streisand Podcasts

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32 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Barbra Streisand. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Barbra Streisand, often where they are interviewed.

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32 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Barbra Streisand. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Barbra Streisand, often where they are interviewed.

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#166 Garren's Five Decades of Hairdressing, Part 3 of 6: The 1990s Question: What do the 1990's, Madonna, Barbra Streisand, Audrey Hepburn, and Mariah Carey all have in common? Answer: Garren

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In Part 3 of this 6-part series, supported by @randcobleu, Garren takes us back to the 1990s with a  tour through his world of hair, high fashion, celebrity, and more.  One of the most important hairdressers of the last 50 years, @garrennewyork has worked with a stellar roster of celebrities, models, fashion designers, photographers, makeup artists, AND hairdressers.  Be sure to visit our episode library on this podcast platform to hear the entire series. Thanks to R+Co for their support in creating this important program.

Nov 25 2020 · 1hr 19mins
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Barbra Streisand's 2003 Oprah Interview (w/ Tonya Cornelisse)

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This week the boys discuss new albums from Ariana Grande and Adele, and pay tribute to Broadway's Doreen Montalvo Mann with special guest Tonya Cornelisse who steps into the ring to defend Barbra Streisand’s 2003 Oprah interview.

Oct 26 2020 · 1hr 30mins

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S1E4 - Barbra Streisand

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People have often referred to Barbra Streisand as the ultimate Diva. As a woman who blazed the trail across the board in singing, acting, producing and directing she has always been incredibly particular in what constitutes her level of perfection. Be careful when calling her a Diva though as she is not afraid to fire back and challenge society’s preconceived notions of what that word actually means. Like many of the Divas we have covered so far she is immensely talented, feisty, opinionated and not one to ever back down from letting her opinion be known. Join us as we unravel the mystery of one of the most famous and inimitable divas of all time; Barbra Streisand! 

Oct 13 2020 · 1hr 5mins
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Barbra Streisand with Robert Rodriguez

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Barbra Streisand sat down with Robert Rodriguez at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival to discuss how she got her start in the industry, the moment she knew she wanted to direct, the power of the will, and more. 

Widely recognized as an icon in multiple entertainment fields, Barbra Streisand has attained unprecedented achievements as a recording artist, actor, director, producer, screenwriter, author, songwriter, and concert performer. Streisand has been awarded two Oscars®, five Emmys®, ten GRAMMYS® including two special GRAMMYS®, a Tony Award®, eleven Golden Globes® including the Cecil B. DeMille Award, three Peabodys, and the Director’s Guild Award for her concert special -- the only artist to receive honors in all of those areas.

In addition, Streisand has also received the American Film Institute’s Lifetime Achievement Award and the Kennedy Center Honor. She also received the National Medal of Arts from President Clinton, the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Obama, and France’s Légion d'Honneur.

She is the first woman to direct, produce, write, and star in a major motion picture, the first woman composer to receive an Academy Award®, the only recording artist who has achieved #1 albums in six consecutive decades, and the first and only woman to receive a Golden Globe Award® for Best Director.

A woman of action, Streisand is a devoted philanthropist who works tirelessly to fight for what she believes in. She founded The Barbra Streisand Women’s Heart Center at Cedars-Sinai and co-founded the Women’s Heart Alliance, helping to raise awareness and push for more research into women’s heart disease, the leading cause of death among women. Through the Streisand Foundation, which she established in 1986, she has fought for progressive ideas. She has been a leading environmental activist funding some of the earliest climate change research. She has long been a staunch supporter of racial equality, women’s rights, civil rights, and the very urgent need to protect voters’ rights.

Robert Rodriguez is a film director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, editor and musician. His films include, El Mariachi, Desperado, From Dusk Till Dawn, the Spy Kids franchise, Sin City, and Machete. Rodriguez recently collaborated with director James Cameron on the film Alita: Battle Angel. Rodriguez directed and James Cameron served as producer. Rodriguez is the Founder and Chairman of El Rey Network, a 24-hour, English-language lifestyle network. El Rey's slate includes the one-on-one interview program hosted by Rodriguez, The Director's Chair. He resides in Austin, Texas.

Aug 27 2020 · 1hr 1min
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Francesca, The London Loom: Weaving, Writing, Chicken Soup and Barbra Streisand

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Today's guest chez Enthusiast is the fabulous Francesca Kletz, the founder of The London Loom and author of the world's funniest craft book, Weave This. Francesca is colour, creativity and chutzpah wrapped up in one marvellous ball - we discussed her weaving achievements (achweavements? I'll work on it) and her passion for writing; her focus on picking up hobbies that aren't the same as the hobby she's turned into her job; her colourful flat and her love for cooking (including the nicest sounded pitta I've ever heard) and why being Jewish is one of her biggest enthusiasms. Oh, and we talked about Barbra Streisand too. 

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May 26 2020 · 1hr 17mins
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Episode 67 - “Blind 45s” - Barbra Streisand - The Main Event/Fight

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On this episode of the Vinyl Divers Podcast, Anthony goes live on Instagram for a spurr of the moment idea to pull a 45 single from his collection. Pulling what must be from his mother’s music he gives it a shot and gets into it. Make sure to follow him on Instagram to watch for when he goes live next time!
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Apr 27 2020 ·
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Michael Urie Takes Us Beneath Barbra Streisand's Wonderfully Weird World

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➤ Check out Michael Urie in the live streaming version of Buyer and Cellar, the solo show inspired by Barbra Streisand’s weird underground village in the basement of her Malibu mansion.


Barbra Streisand’s unusual coffee table book “My Passion for Design” gives the reader an unprecedented look into her lavish beachfront home, where she built an underground village of stores below her barn to showcase her vast collection of antiques, dresses, dolls and various other tchotchkes.

Like a small scale Disneyland, the diva can literally shop for her own things in the privacy of her own home.

Rumor has it that for parties, Babs pays a street musician to play his one-man-band in her basement village.

Today we’re joined by actor Michael Urie, best known for playing Marc St. James on the TV series Ugly Betty. Michael is now starring in Buyer & Cellar, a one man show that takes us on an imaginary journey of an actor hired to work as a store clerk in Barbra Streisand’s underground basement village.

Like last year’s masterpiece the TomKat Project, Buyer and Cellar is a celebrity driven show that humanizes celebrities while at the same time poking fun at tabloid culture. We urge you to go see it, it’s the best show we’ve seen so far this year.

Listen as Michael Urie takes us in depth into Barbra Streisand’s peculiar home and her obsession with her possessions, working with Vanessa Williams on Ugly Betty and what it was like to be the first openly gay actor playing a gay central character on a prime time TV show.

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Apr 20 2020 · 1hr 10mins
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Barbra Streisand Can (And Will) Do Everything | Ep. 157

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For much of the late-20th century, Barbra Streisand was a ubiquitous star of stage, album, and screen. And the EGOT winner’s artistic vision was never clearer than in her three forays into directing, producing and starring in her own movies: "Yentl" (1983), "The Prince of Tides" (1991) and "The Mirror Has Two Faces" (1996). Each film features a touch of Streisand’s cross-medium talents: a little musicality, a little slapstick comedy, a little Judaism and feminism intermingling to define the persona of an underexplored show business icon.

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Apr 14 2020 · 1hr 16mins
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Worrying Hacks, Family Values & Barbra Streisand

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What is this? FINDING FABULOUS is a podcast that celebrates creativity, imagination, and all things fabulous. Meet Shafeeq Shajahan and Hannah Shields, two creative go-getters, exploring how we think, feel and behave. Expect storytelling, idea generation and some Gaga trivia... It's not easy being this fabulous.
Who are we? Shafeeq is a theatre and film director, composer and performer. He also is a product manager and strategy consultant, working in Kuala Lumpur. His links: Instagram, Twitter

Hannah is a writer, choreographer and performer living between London, Kuala Lumpur and her dream New York penthouse. Her links: Writing, Instagram
About Liver & Lung ProductionsWith Malaysian and British roots, we are theatrical project that champions a global aesthetic, combining world ideas and concepts to develop fringe musicals, plays and events internationally. Our links: Instagram, Website, YouTube
Mar 21 2020 · 26mins
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The Oscars Series, Day 1: Barbra Streisand

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This week, in honor of the upcoming Academy awards, Here's the Thing brings you a collection of conversations with Oscar-winners -- including one new interview coming Friday with the creative team of 2020 Best Documentary-nominee For Sama.  We begin, however, with a reprise of one of the HTT team's all-time favorite episodes, in which Alec enjoys a little miso soup at the home of Barbra Streisand in Malibu.  Streisand has won two Oscars:  first in 1969 for her turn as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl, and then again in 1977 for her Best Original Song “Evergreen” from A Star Is Born.

Feb 03 2020 · 53mins