What does a producer actually do anyway? Well, it varies from one project to the next but the best podcasts often utilize the services of a producer or multiple producers. So for this episode, Stuart chats with Alex Lewis, an audio producer and musician. Alex has been a radio and audio producer for more than a decade and has worked with NPR, the BBC and founded his own company, Rowhome Productions based in Philadelphia. For his work, Alex has received a National Edward R. Murrow Award and was nominated for a Peabody award as well. Links Rowhome Productions: rowhome.fm How’s Work?: gimletmedia.com/shows/hows-work Kanaval: xpnkanaval.org WATCH: Castos Subscription Based Podcasts
Well what a surprise. We're back and you can now WATCH us on Youtube. Joining me this week is Alex Lewis (Bring the Funny and AGT). We talk people gluing themselves to courts, Dan Snyder being the devil and more. LISTEN AND SHARE! WERE BACK!
After facing death, quadruple amputee Alex Lewis really started living
All The Wiser
He was given a 3% chance of survival. His partner was told to come in and say goodbye. But Alex Lewis wasn’t ready to go down without a flight. In this harrowing episode, Alex shares why he says “quadruple amputation is the best thing that has ever happened to him,“ plus the one piece of advice you must not forget no matter how bad you feel things are in your life.In this episode, you’ll learn:How to recognize signs of escapism and depressionIdentifying Strep A in the bodyNavigating his decision between life and deathThe importance of focusing on what you’re fighting forThe power of having a support systemLearning to appreciate the present while looking forward to the futureHow your “why” can provide clarity to your meaning and purposeStay connected to Alex:Website: www.alex-lewis.co.ukInstagram: @alexlewistrustLinkedIn: Alex LewisFacebook: Alex Lewis (Alex Lewis Trust)Twitter: @AlexLewis_TrustCharity Donation: Project Limitless CampaignSubscribe to All The Wiser wherever you listen to podcasts - we’re on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! That way you’ll never miss an episode. We’d love to hear what you think about the show, too - it helps us know what stories are resonating with you. Head over to Apple Podcasts to write your review!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Alex Lewis Retires; Cam Clark to IR – Zach Wilson Impresses
JetNation Radio; NY Jets Podcast
On this week’s episode of JetNation Radio, Glenn Naughton is flying solo and looks to discuss Zach Wilson’s NFL debut against the Giants along with a list of other players who stood out for good or bad. Who stood out on offense and defense? Is the foundation in place for a strong future? We’ll also discuss the sudden retirement of Alex Lewis and injures to Cam Clark and Micheal Dwumfour. Our Podcast can now be found on Spotify and Amazon Music. Also, be sure to subscribe to us on iTunes or Google Play. Here is some more information on how you can find us online. NY Jets Podcast on iTunes NY Jets Podcast on Google Play JetNation Radio on Amazon Music NY Jets Podcast Page NY Jets Podcast on YouTube The post Alex Lewis Retires; Cam Clark to IR – Zach Wilson Impresses appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum).
A quad amputee loving life and trying to make a difference while incorporating a little humour along the way, Alex Lewis didn’t settle on the ‘survive’ gear. He shifted higher into ‘thrive’. Not only for himself, but for others, he goes above and beyond to do more for those with less. Featured in: ‘The World Edition’ of AwareNow Magazine Topic: Disability, Humanity, Thriving Produced by: Awareness Ties Featuring: Alex Lewis Interviewed by: Allié McGuire Podcast Soundtrack by: Thavius Beck Episode Soundtrack by: Sol Rising
10. Reimagining Creative Success and Dreaming Up a New World with Alex Lewis
The Regenerative Mystic Podcast
The events of our time make it clear--things can't remain as is. To create the world we want to live in, we need to both welcome the destruction of old structures and make room for the future to unfold before our eyes. Through Capitalism, we've learned that our creative process is worth the dollar sign attached to it, but the creative process cannot be adequately priced. Creativity doesn’t need a price tag to be potent and not every idea needs to become your next business or art project. What if we allowed ideas to breathe and just be? What if we listened to how our ideas want to exist in the world and derived pleasure from that? What if we liberated the creative process from the pressure of profitability? Another world is possible. Topics discussed in this episode: reimagining creative success apart from capitalism seeing revolution as a portal to a new world ideation for a new world embracing our ideas as they come releasing the broke artist narrative Resources mentioned in this episode: Spirituality of Imperfection by Ernest Kurtz NPR's Louder than a Riot: Making Revolution Irresistible Listen to the Alex + Koku Podcast Find the Brave Little Book Club on Instagram Find Alex Lewis on Instagram About Alex Lewis: Alex Lewis is a writer, social media specialist at Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, founder of Car Window Poetry, co-host of the Brave Little Book Club, and podcast host (lead host of the Words Matter podcast & co-host of the Alex + Koku podcast). Rooted in Columbus, Ohio, Alex cares deeply about advocating for LGBTQIA+ people, encouraging kids in their creativity, music, and Denver Nuggets basketball. Enrollment for Building Brave is Now Open Enroll at www.braveschool.co/building-brave What would it look like to center the human story and collective love in the marketplace? What would it look like to de-center competition and voyeurism? What would it look like to truly honor the ways we are each uniquely wired? To end grind culture? To design and build a culture that has room for all of us to thrive? Can we reimagine this? Building Brave exists to help you see what's possible. Building Brave is a 12-month brand strategy membership and creative community for the wild-hearted artist and entrepreneur who longs to show up to their creative process without selling out their souls to the internet. This course/coaching hybrid program is structured to help you rethink and decolonize the way you show up to your service-based creative business and to build cyclical frameworks that support the transformations you’re proposing through the promises you’re selling, no matter what stage of business you are in. About the Brave School Podcast Learn more at www.braveschool.co The Brave School Podcast is Narrative Medicine for the Wild-Hearted Artist and Entrepreneur who longs to show all the way up to their creative process without selling out their souls to the internet, capitalism, and the systems that keep brilliant creatives silent and afraid to use their voices.
#128: Quadruple Amputee Alex Lewis On Surviving A Flesh-Eating Bug
The Spencer Lodge Podcast
I am joined this week by an outstanding gentleman whose story I am sure will inspire you to respond differently to life’s challenges, both big and small. At the age of 34 following 14 days of ‘man-flu’ symptoms, Alex Lewis’ life changed forever. After being admitted to an Intensive Care Unit, Alex was diagnosed with Strep A, leading to septicaemia, which prompted doctors to give him just hours to live or a 3% chance of survival. Remarkably Alex survived, but his illness resulted in the amputation of all four limbs and an experimental surgery to reconstruct his lips and nose. Alex’s story was the subject of a Channel 4 documentary “The Extraordinary case of Alex Lewis”, and received wide attention in the media. Despite his seemingly terrifying and somewhat harrowing experience, Alex has used his hardship to challenge his limits and break the barriers of his disability, completing some of the most exhilarating and extreme physical challenges that were deemed impossible for an amputee. Emphasising the importance of gratitude, the power of a positive mindset and the desire to progress despite any circumstance, Alex shares how he now lives a life that he never imagined possible.