You know what they say, 'An apple a day, keeps the doctor away...' so for those of you with broken Contaxes, you better get rid of all your apples as the doctor is here! Okay, so maybe he hasn't quite gotten his PhD yet, but in this, the 41st episode of the Camerosity Podcast, we are happy to introduce you to Brandon Monroe, an aviation mechanics student who just so happens to really love the Zeiss-Ikon Contax rangefinders so much that he wanted to learn how to repair them himself. Brandon reached out to other well known technicians who repair Contaxes like Henry Scherer and Mark Hansen and learned what he could from them. For everything else, he rolled up his sleeves and got to work. Tearing down several broken Contax rangefinders, and at least one that had been previously CLAd to see what was done, Brandon has recently become successful at full CLAs of both pre and postwar Contax IIs and IIIs. Brandon has repaired several cameras for Paul and a few others, and according to Paul, the cameras are like new. Listen in as Brandon tells his story of how he got started and why he fell in love with Contax rangefinders. He discusses differences between the pre and postwar shutters, what the shutters are made of, how the rangefinders work and how they're adjusted, who makes our favorite Contax lens adapters, using Contax lenses on Nikon rangefinders, plus a huge number of other things. Mike can't help himself and goes into the history of the camera somewhat, explaining how the Contax I came to be, and what differences are between it and the later cameras. Joining us on this episode are returning guests Aidan Dean, Alex Dietrich, and first time callers Steve Wilcox and from all the way in Belgium, Eric Kaas Sluis, a self professed Contax addict who has one of the largest collections of working Contaxes and lenses in the world. In addition to repair of the Contax, we talk about what makes them special, who made the original Zeiss-Ikon Contax in 1926 (Hint: His name rhymes with 'Bagel'), postwar Jena Contaxes, and why you should consider a Kiev if you cannot afford a Contax. Amazingly, the guys somehow manage to stay on topic for most of the show, but a small amount of time is spent on a few other cameras that we just can't stop talking about. As always, the topics we discuss on the Camerosity Podcast are influenced by you. We would love to hear from more listeners, especially those who are new to shooting film or collecting cameras. Please don't feel like you have to be an expert on a specific type of camera, or have the level of knowledge on par with other people on the show. We LOVE people who are new to shooting and are interested in having an episode dedicated to people new to the hobby, so please don't consider your knowledge level to be a prerequisite for joining! The guys and I rarely know where each episode is going to go until it happens, so if you'd like to join us on a future episode, be sure to look out for our show announcements on our Camerosity Podcast Facebook page, and right here on mikeeckman.com. We usually record every other Monday and announcements, along with the Zoom link are typically shared 2-3 days in advance. If you want to join us for our next episode, we will record Episode 42 on Monday, February 6th and we will talk American cameras like Argus, Clarus, Perfex, and many other brands you may or may not have heard of! Be sure to stay tuned for the official announcement! This Week's Episode Introducing Brandon Monroe / Brandon Needs to Pressure Test His Nikonos Pentax Errata / The Pentax MX Does Have a Depth of Field Preview Lever and Some K1000s Do Have a Self Timer Of All Cameras to Fix, Why Did Brandon Want to Learn to Repair the Contax? / Brandon Talked to Henry Scherer and Mark Hansen For Help The Tension Screw For the Shutter Is Often Used to Over Tension the Shutter / If You Over Tension, It's Kaput A (Very) Brief Intro Into How the Contax Shutter Works / Where Brandon Gets Replacement Ribbons From The History of the Contax / The Contax I Was Released in 1932 and Had Many Revisions The Contax II and III Came Out in 1936, The Difference is In the Meter Differences Between Pre and Postwar Contaxes / The Mount is the Same, but Not All Pre-War Lenses Work on Post-War Bodies The Construction of the Contax Rangefinders / Brandon Also Loves the Zeiss-Ikon Contessa 35 / Adjusting the Contax Rangefinder Brandon Makes a Mask to Block off Fractures in Contax Rangefinders Paul is Brandon's Number 1 Customer / What Are Zeiss Bumps? Finding Contaxes in Europe Isn't Very Hard, But Getting Them Repaired Is / Eric Doesn't Like the Contax I How is Brandon Going to Handle the Immense Demand for People Wanting Their Contax Repaired? Does Brandon Intend to Train Others to Repair Contaxes? / Do Not Try to Use a Prewar Contax Without Servicing It What is it About the Contax That Makes Them Special? You Cannot Compare a CLA'd Contax to a non-CLA'd Contax, They Are So Much Better Zeiss Was a World Class Optics Company When They Made the First Contax, Leitz Made Microscopes Zeiss Cameras Were Always Solid, Even the Last Icarex SLRs / Some Early Zeiss Lenses Were Outsourced to American and British Firms The Very First Zeiss-Ikon Contax Was Made in 1926, What Was It, and Who Designed It? Anthony and Eric Both Prefer the Sonnar 50mm f/2 over the f/1.5 Eric and Paul Recommend the Zeiss Amedeo Adapter / Can you Adapt Nikon Lenses to Contax and Vice Versa? The Contax Claw / There's a Correct Way to Press the Shutter Release on a Contax Mike Defends the Kiev, They Are Not Contax Copies, They Are a Continuation / Early Kievs Can Be Very Good Jena Contaxes Were Made After the War By Former Contax Technicians With Nothing to Do Brandon's Tips for Identifying a Kiev with a German Shutter / If You Can't Afford a Contax, There's No Shame in Buying a Kiev There Are Many Ukrainian and Other Former Soviet Sellers Who Are Very Reputable, You Should Not Hesitate to Buy from Them Brandon Loves the Contessa 35 So Much It Killed His Internet Connection Lightning Round: What Other Unrepairable Camera Do You Wish Could Get Repaired? Paul - Zeiss-Ikon Contaflex TLR, Mike - Kodak Ektra, Eric - Leicaflex SL2, Alex - Olympus Stylus Epic, Brandon - Contax I, Theo - Petris, Anthony - Folding Kodak Bellows / Kodak Monitor Six-20 The Contax I Has a Unique Shutter from Any Other Contax / Different Ribbons / The Rangefinder is Coupled by a Cord Thank You to Brandon For Learning to Do This / We Need More Young People to Learn to Repair Cameras Show Notes If you would like to offer feedback or contact us with questions or ideas for future episodes, please contact us in the Comments Section below, our Camerosity Facebook Group or Instagram page, or email us at email@example.com. 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We lay claim to what we name and therefore assume ownership. Names are powerful. They provide the designator with dominion and power over what is being named, see Genesis 2:19-20 or demonology. This is the same reason why we provide names to heat waves, hurricanes, and weather events in general, or talk about bomb cyclones and atmospheric rivers. It's why we redefine words like inflation, pandemic, virus, or vaccine. It's why we call January 6th Pearl Harbor, Hiroshima, etc. By invoking trauma and history we can control emotion. By personalizing something we can both control it and use it to control other people. From Hollywood to professional sports, and from media to healthcare, images, names and descriptions of octopus or squid are legion. Hollywood in particular is obsessed with using Lovecraftian images in movies, television shows, and even in the music industry. Consider the ink of these creatures, like black goo from the X Files, a vehicle to perpetuate an agenda. Ink is in the pen, which is mightier than the sword at creating new worlds and ideas. Professional hockey has the Seattle Kraken, a team that plays in climate pledge arena, yet another obsession of the ever changing narrative. Social media companies like Meta have recently used the squid as the centerpiece of their advertising campaign. In a new comic miniseries Rick and Morty are plunging into a pit of Lovecraftian horror, while Batman does the same for his next animated movie. The U.S. Army has the Typhon missile system, recently delivered by Lockheed. The Kraken is even a bitcoin trading platform. Now, in a place you would least expect it, even the world of health and medicine has classified a new ‘coronavirus' variant as the Kraken - with Basilisk, Argus (giant), Chiron (son of Cronus) and Typhon (god of chaos/storms) coming soon. Literally. It's everywhere. Such a name implies terror, as countless sailors felt about the legendary sea monster of the same name. In fact, the only reason that you would name something Kraken is if you wanted to frighten people by drawing on the energy of Cthulhu. With recent sightings of a Typhon-like monster in North Carolina and a literal Kraken-Octopus in BC, Canada, it seems that through these invocations of monsters, titans, etc., are literally being drawn (like a pen) into our world through sympathetic magic.
A safra de milho 2022-23 deve ser recorde no Brasil e a expectativa do mercado é de que as exportações também cresçam neste ano. Junte-se a Camila Dias, diretora da Argus no Brasil, e Alessandra Mello, editora assistente da publicação Argus Brasil Grãos e Fertilizantes. Elas falam sobre as perspectivas para o setor e o início dos embarques para a China.
Stefan Knöll betreibt als Radstefan eine Grätzlradwerkstatt in Wien Penzing. Vor fast 10 Jahr gründet Stefan seine Werkstatt. Nachdem er davor vom Maschinenbaustudium bis zur Tätigkeit als Kinderbetreuer eine bunte aber immer in Aspekten für seine heutige Tätigkeit lehrreiche Vorkarriere absolvierte. Wie er zu seiner Begeisterungs fürs Fahrrad, zwei Titanplatten im Unterarm und dem perfekten Geschäftslokal für seine Passion gekommen ist, erzählt er uns im Interview. Dabei zeichnet er seine "typisch untypische" Radmechanikerkarrier nach. Weiterführende Links: Radstefan Webseite Facebook Radstation Webseite Facebook Die Radstation am Wiener Hauptbahnhof ist als Radwerkstatt/Verleih/Parkhaus ein vom AMS geförderter "sozialökonomischer Betrieb" in dem Menschen den Fahrradmechanikerberuf erlernen können. This episode is sponsored by: Erste Bank und Sparkasse #glaubandich Unser Land braucht Menschen, die an sich glauben. Und eine Bank, die an sie glaubt. Weitere Informationen: www.sparkasse.at/glaubandich Über diesen Podcast In unserem Fahrrad-Podcast “Reich durch Radeln” (RdR) beleuchten wir velophile Erfolgsgeschichten. Wir sprechen mit Menschen, die durch das Radfahren reich geworden sind. “Reichtum” – so wir wir das verstehen – kann Reichtum an Geld oder an imateriellen Werten sein. Das Team von RDR besteht derzeit aus Jan Killian und Klaus Brixler. Die Musik kommt von MC Broko. Wir haben im alten Argus-Büro in der Frankenberggasse (im Hinterzimmer des Argus-Shop) unser Pop-Up-Studio errichtet, in dem wir unsere Gesprächspartnerinnen und -partner empfangen. Danke bei dieser Gelegenheit an Argus und das österreichische Fahrradmagazin Drahtesel, die uns diese Räumlichkeiten und ihre Infrastruktur kostenlos zur Verfügung stellen. Wenn ihre unsere Arbeit wertschätzen möchtet, liked uns und schreibt für Reich-Durch-Radeln eine Beschreibung auf eurer Podcast-Plattform. Wenn ihr die Interessen der Radfahrenden in Österreich unterstützen und über das Radfahren in Österreich auf dem Laufenden bleiben wollt, könnt ihr außerdem den Drahtesel hier abonnieren.
Mystery of a Hansom Cab by Fergus Hume audiobook. “The following report appeared in the Argus newspaper of Saturday, the 28th July, 18-- “Truth is said to be stranger than fiction, and certainly the extraordinary murder which took place in Melbourne on Thursday night, or rather Friday morning, goes a long way towards verifying this saying. A crime has been committed by an unknown assassin, within a short distance of the principal streets of this great city, and is surrounded by an impenetrable mystery. … “On the twenty-seventh day of July, at the hour of twenty minutes to two o'clock in the morning, a hansom cab drove up to the police station in Grey Street, St. Kilda, and the driver made the startling statement that his cab contained the body of a man who he had reason to believe had been murdered….” (Excerpt from the first chapter.)
O mercado de gás natural enfrentou vários desafios durante seu primeiro ano de abertura, com pressões internas e externas afetando preços e motivando alguns consumidores a postergarem sua migração para o mercado livre. Essa situação criou novos desafios e possibilidades para o gás e o GNL no Brasil. Junte-se a Camila Dias, diretora da Argus no Brasil, e Rebecca Gompertz, repórter de Gás Natural e Energia. Elas discutem o futuro do mercado livre de gás natural no Brasil, após o primeiro ano de abertura.
In this in-depth special programme, we look at the continuing impact to the world's food supply of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Despite the fact a grain deal was brokered by Turkey six months ago, 13 million people are still facing severe hunger according to Unicef. We speak to Unicef's Deputy Regional Director for Eastern and Southern Africa, Rania Dagash about this. Ukraine's Deputy Infrastructure Minister Yurii Vaskov explains how it's far from simple getting grain ships to leave the war-torn country, which is one of the world's largest producers. Bilal Muftuoglu, agricultural specialist at Argus, gives us a full analysis of global grain prices across this year - and provides a forecast for 2023.
Hydrogen gas is diffuse, making transportation out of pipelines impractical. This poses a particular barrier to trans-oceanic hydrogen trade, where the race is on between competing technologies, each aiming to be the ‘carrier' of choice in the hydrogen economy. All the candidates are liquid: hydrogen, ammonia and Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHCs). Leading LOHC experts Osamu Ikeda of Chiyoda Corporation and Dr Andreas Lehmann of Hydrogenious join Tim Hard of Argus to discuss use cases, future projects and parts of their value chain being targeted to enhance efficiencies for transportation of hydrogen.
Listen to Argus' experts Louise Burke, Alfonso Berrocal and Giulia Squadrin, as they look back at 2022 and discuss the developments of the SAF market in Europe and the Americas and share their expectations for 2023. Listen to the other episodes in the SAF Insights podcast series Learn more about Argus' comprehensive SAF market coverage
A equipe de Minas e Energia do governo de transição do presidente eleito Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva avalia que há custos extras de R$500 bilhões a serem pagos pelos consumidores de energia elétrica nos próximos anos. Esse é um dos desafios do próximo ministro da área, mas não o único. O relacionamento com o setor e com o Congresso deve dominar boa parte da agenda do futuro ministro. Junte-se a Camila Dias, diretora da Argus no Brasil, e Flávia Pierry, editora de Gás Natural e Energia. Elas discutem os desdobramentos dessa questão durante o próximo governo.
In this edition of Global LPG conversations, LPG specialist Celia Chen from Argus' Shanghai office talks to Argus vice-president LPG, David Appleton, about the latest developments to round out a challenging year in Chinese Petrochemicals and offers some views on what to expect as China moves away from its zero-COVID strategy. Learn more in-depth analysis on the Chinese market in the Argus LPG viewpoint: China's LPG term volumes fall on uncertainty - Term contracted volumes by Chinese buyers are expected to fall in 2023, which will likely give rise to increased spot activity during the year. Learn more about our LPG services, including market news, price assessments and analytical outlooks
50 ans et pas une ride ! Sorti en 1972 et pierre angulaire de la carrière du groupe britannique Wishbone Ash, Argus est un diamant brut intemporel, un must have inscrit fort justement au Panthéon du Rock. En plus de cinq décennies, trente albums, et malgré des déboires judiciaires afin que perdure l'aventure musicale, Andy Powell, à la barre du projet depuis sa création en 1969, a traversé les modes et les scènes du monde entier Flying V en bandoulière. Wishbone Ash, c'est, au-delà d'une musique où le rock se mâtine de blues, de folk ou même de prog, l'avènement d'un concept, celui de « twin guitarists » croisant le manche dans des solos mélodiques et magistraux qui ont influencé nombre de ses descendants dont on citera, entre autres, rien de moins que Thin Lizzy ou Iron Maiden. Pour célébrer dignement le mythe Argus, Andy Powell nous ouvre les plus belles pages du livre d'histoire signé Wishbone Ash.
Matthew Mitchell, Market Reporter at Argus sits down with Ivane Abashidze, Georgia's rep to the IMO and Vice Chair to the IMO Legal Commitee as they discuss the IMO's legal committee and some of the issues it deals with including insurance and sanctions. They also discuss the fraudulent registration of vessels and companies to avoid sanctions and disguise other illegal activities including how widespread the problem is and how the IMO, the legal committee, and member states are tackling it.
As importações brasileiras de fertilizantes, especialmente, de MAP, MOP e sulfato de amônio saltaram no primeiro semestre de 2022, em meio ao receio sobre a disponibilidade global. Importadores tiraram o pé do acelerador no segundo semestre, diante da baixa liquidez no mercado doméstico. Junte-se a Camila Dias, diretora da Argus no Brasil, e Renata Cardarelli, repórter sênior da publicação Argus Brasil Grãos e Fertilizantes. Elas conversam sobre os fatores que devem culminar no maior estoque de passagem em quase uma década e as perspectivas para os próximos anos.
In this episode of Global LPG Conversations, Argus' Americas NGLs editor, Amy Strahan, and Canadian NGLs, senior reporter, Yulia Golub, examine Canadian propane demand and exports. They discuss how strong Asian demand for Canadian propane is drawing more propane waterborne exports instead of railed exports into the US. Learn more about our LPG services, including market news, price assessments and analytical outlooks
The results obtained in November at COP 27 in Egypt were cautiously celebrated in Latin America. Agreements to create a loss and damage fund were seen as a victory, but efforts to set more ambitious emissions mitigation targets have failed. Join Josh Vence, Argus' Business Development Manager for Latin America, and Jacqueline Echevarría, Editor of the Argus Latin America Energy, as they discuss the key developments of the COP 27 conference and the implications for Latin America and the Caribbean. This podcast episode addresses key topics including: Loss and damage Mitigation and adaptation plans Fossil fuels in final text Carbon markets Related Service: Learn more about the Argus Latin America Energy service
On the 9th of October 1986, Karen Hadaway and Nicola Fellows returned home from school, running through the front doors of their respective homes, eager to get changed and play outside. Around 5 pm, the girls played with friends outside a neighbor's house. Shortly after this, the girls headed to Wild Park; despite knowing they were not allowed there, Nicola was told by her parents that the “boogeyman” lived there, hoping to scare her away from ever entering. Sadly, for unknown reasons, the girls entered the park that afternoon. The girls were spotted around 5:15 pm by a park policeman, playing on some trees, who warned them that they would hurt themselves. As the afternoon turned into evening, both families began to worry. 8 pm was their bedtime, and they both knew to be home by then, but there was no sign of either of them. Join Jen and Cam on the 5th Annual Our True Crime Podcast's 12 Nightmares Before Christmas Day 2: Babe in the WoodsListener Discretion by @octoberpodVHS All music is courtesy of our Executive Producer @wetalkofdreams Written and researched by Kira AcklingSources:SOURCES - “Russell Bishop (murderer)” - Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russell_Bishop_(murderer) “Babes in the Woods murders (Wild Park) - Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Babes_in_the_Wood_murders_(Wild_Park) “'I didn't top the girls': How brazen Russell Bishop greeted victim's father after police bailed him over Babes in the Wood murders... 32 years before he was eventually convicted” - Daily Mail https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6859693/Father-tells-32-years-scapegoat-Babes-Wood-murders.html#v-4228966068257666593“FACE OF A MONSTER Chilling pics shows Babes in the Wood killer Russell Bishop joining search for schoolgirls he brutally murdered” - The Sun https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7946214/cctv-footage-babes-wood-killer-joined-search-murdered-girls/“'HE'S A MONSTER' Babes in the Wood murder victims' mums blast ‘coward' killer as he's FINALLY convicted 32 years on” - The Sun https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/7942926/wicked-paedo-russell-bishop-finally-found-guilty-of-babes-in-the-woods-murders-32-years-on/“The Babes in the Wood murders and the killer who searched for his own victims” - Sussex Live https://www.sussexlive.co.uk/news/sussex-news/babes-wood-murders-killer-who-4511903“Russell Bishop jailed for 1986 Babes in the Wood murders” - BBC News https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-46528206“Babes in the Wood murders: How killer paedophile Russell Bishop was caught by DNA, and tried to accuse victim's father” - Independent https://www.independent.co.uk/news/long_reads/babes-wood-murders-russell-bishop-guilty-dna-father-barrie-karen-hadaway-nicola-fellows-cruel-defence-a8630076.html“Paedophile denies murdering nine-year-olds - but admits sexually assaulting seven-year-old then lying about it” - Independent https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/russell-bishop-karen-hadaway-nicola-fellows-police-murder-killing-sussex-1986-a8648546.html“'I didn't top the girls': How brazen Russell Bishop greeted victim's father after police bailed him over Babes in the Wood murders... 32 years before he was eventually convicted” - Daily Mail https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6859693/Father-tells-32-years-scapegoat-Babes-Wood-murders.html“Babes In The Wood victim's mum says 'angel' is now at peace after killer jailed” - The Mirror https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/babes-wood-victims-mum-says-20540807“Martin Bashir 'may have lost' clothing of Babes in the Wood victim” - The Argus https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/19324553.martin-bashir-may-lost-clothing-babes-wood-victim/“Nicola Fellows and Karen Hadaway” - True Crime Library https://www.truecrimelibrary.com/crimearticle/nicola-fellows-and-karen-hadaway/“Man found guilty of 1986 Brighton 'babes in the wood' murders” - The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/dec/10/man-found-guilty-of-1986-brighton-babes-in-the-wood-murders-karen-hadaway-nicola-fellows“BBC Two - The Prosecutors, The Babes in the Woods murders” - BBC https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0by3pfh“Crimewatch UK October 1986” - Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0He7hgcZBXI “Russell Bishop trial: Father 'watched sex tape of daughter'” - BBC News https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-46362901 “Russell Bishop trial: Girl's bodies 'seemed thrown together'” - BBC News https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-46063376 “Russell Bishop trial: Dead girl 'not assaulted months earlier'” - BBC News https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-46101093 “'Cowardly monster' Russell Bishop who killed girls in Babes in the Wood murders jailed” - The Mirror https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/breaking-russell-bishop-cowardly-monster-13717156 “Ellesmere Port dad condemns Babes in the Woods killer over murder accusations” - Cheshire Live https://www.cheshire-live.co.uk/news/chester-cheshire-news/ellesmere-port-dad-condemns-babes-15537218 ‘Babes in the wood' killer Russell Bishop dies of cancerhttps://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/jan/21/babes-in-the-wood-killer-russell-bishop-dieshttps://www.studenthandouts.com/00/201602/babes-in-the-wood-long-story-poem.pdfhttps://globalnews.ca/news/8621234/cold-case-babes-in-the-woods-identity-stanley-park-murder/#:~:text=Police%20said%20the%20children%20were%20brothers%20Derek%20and%20David%20D'Alton.&text=In%201953%2C%20their%20skeletal%20remains,Beaver%20Lake%20in%20Stanley%20Park.
The demand for plant-based protein has fallen amid weaker economic conditions, according to an Argus analyst. Jenny Horne joins Oliver Renick to discuss Beyond Meat (BYND). She notes that it has been downgraded to sell from hold at Argus. She talks about how BYND has been hurt by increased competition from other markets of plant-based protein. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.
In this special episode Laura goes to the seaside. It may be pouring with rain but Brighton and Shoreham-by-Sea offer a warm welcome, showing us the good stuff happening for cycling in Brighton, and the latest (largely bad stuff) on the short-lived cycle lane on Upper Shoreham road. This ill-fated cycle lane in West Sussex was removed after a few short weeks, despite huge support and a tripling of cycle trips during its existence. What's next for the frankly terrifying road it once sat on, and for the many children and their families that navigate it every day? And what's the least likely transport combination you can think of? All this and more, in this special episode of Streets Ahead.Thanks to Adam Bronkhorst at campaign group Shoreham-by-Cycle, and to Mark Strong, of transport consultancy Transport Initiatives, for taking the time to show Laura round and sharing their considerable expertise. Here's some background to the Upper Shoreham Road story, which road.cc covered from the start: https://road.cc/show/tags/upper-shoreham-road/189511And more recently, the Argus:https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/19877352.council-acted-illegally-removing-upper-shoreham-road-cycle-lane/https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/20293658.upper-shoreham-road-cycle-lane-not-ruled-out/We're on Twitter and welcome your feedback on our episode: http://www.twitter.com/podstreetsaheadIf you're reading this, please can you take 1 minute to give us a rating and write a review? It helps us more than you probably think.Episode edited by Clare Mansell Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Originally aired as Comedy Store Podcast episode #222. Rick & Eleanor welcome paid regular Jenica, an actress and comic banned from The Comedy Store after a physical altercation with another well-known comic. Who? You'll have to tune in to see. Plus appearances by "Jeff Garlin" and "Argus." Do NOT sleep on this one!
Join Argus Spot Ticker reporter, Jason Metko, and Senior VP, Global Head of Oil Products, Stephen Jones, as they discuss the current status of the global oil markets, the upcoming EU sanctions for crude and refined products, and how they will affect American consumers and drivers. Check out the Driving Discussions podcast series Learn more about Argus' comprehensive coverage of the US Products market
Argus had a team of editors and reports on the ground in Sharm El Sheikh for Cop 27 – this podcast draws on this coverage and provide a review of the key developments and outcomes from the conference. Join Michael Ball, Editor of Argus Air Daily (our service focusing on North American emissions and environmental markets) and Georgia Gratton, Senior Reporter covering energy transition, for our concise and insightful podcast.
Metal Movers: Metal Movers: Lithium supply in EU with Tees Valley Lithium Listen to our latest podcast to learn about the new 96,000t lithium hydroxide project from Tees Valley Lithium with Thomas Kavanagh, Associate Editor, Argus and John Walker, CEO, Tees Valley Lithium. This episode also touches on the LFP vs NCM debate, the logistical challenges of establishing a European lithium supply chain and the battery material demand oulook for 2030.
What is the power-to-liquid SAF production pathway, when can we expect production, and how does it compare with the most popular SAF pathway, HEFA? Check out the latest episode of SAF Insights with Argus European SAF reporter Bea O'Kelly, and Sasol EcoFT senior vice president D Helge Sachs. Listen to the other episodes in the SAF Insights podcast series Learn more about Argus' comprehensive SAF market coverage
This podcast takes a deep dive into the minor bulk trade in the Americas, and touches on the shifting global grain trade including Asia-Pacific's increasing focus on South American grains over US Gulf coast and west coast North American suppliers. Shipbroking firm Pacific Rim's Kelle Horn speaks with Argus dry bulk freight reporter Ross Griffith about everything you ever wanted to know about the minor bulk trade in 2022, but were too afraid to ask. Learn more about the Argus Freight Service
This latest Weight of Freight podcast episode focuses on the 2023 orderbook, the return of the European refineries, Polish demand and what these could all mean for freight rates. Listen in as Gibson's LPG Shipbroker Charlie Jones joins Argus' Senior Gas Freight Reporter Jamie Aldridge to discuss the winter outlook for LPG coaster market and what lies ahead in 2023. Learn more about the Argus Freight Service
(0:00 - 53:25) Nathan and Travis talk about the Vikings upset win at Buffalo in the Game of the Year. What does this mean for the Vikings moving forward?(53:25 - 1:46.05) A shooting involving the University of Virginia football team. The rest of the week in College Football as the Pac 12 slips up. The 2022 Mid-term elections are a surprise.(1:46.05 - 2:38.35 ) Charlie Hildebrand joins Nathan to talk College Football is just two weeks left in the regular season.(2:38.35 -3:09.20) Matt Zimmer of the Argus leader joins the program to talk South Dakota State Football and the start of the basketball season.(3:09.20 - 3:48.40) Marcus Traxler joins Nathan to preview the 2022 World Cup(3:48.40 - 4:01.03) Nathan makes his picks for Week 11 of the NFL season
Timo Bollerhey, Managing Director at Hint.Co GmbH / H2Global joins Tim Hard, SVP Energy Transition at Argus, to discuss development taking place at COP27 and the funding surge at H2Global. They offer a platform which breaks long-term offtakes into shorter tenors, bridging the gap between bids and offers. Listen to Timo Bollerhey as he shares the progress made to put in crucial financial infrastructure to help develop hydrogen sector's supply chain. Get complimentary access to Argus Hydrogen and Future Fuels Service Learn more about Argus' natural gas/LNG coverage Visit COP27 Hub
Argus explores the essential role of copper in the global energy transition with LSEG. Tune in as Mark Seddon, Senior Manager - Metals, quizzes LSEG experts Karen Norton, Lead Base Metals Analyst, and Bruce Alway, Director – Metals Research, on the forecast for copper demand and the impact of EVs, renewables and other transition industries.
In this episode, Michelle Gantert, Argus Analytics and consulting manager, and David Appleton, Argus' vice-president LPG, discuss the annual report published on behalf of the World LPG Association. The report features supply, demand and trade statistics in 2021 for over 120 countries. Key findings in the report highlight LPG's role as an essential fuel, making it one of the most resilient fuels in the industry.
Las elecciones intermedias en Estados Unidos podrían no ser tan sonadas como las presidenciales, pero éstas tienen una implicación especial para el mercado energético mexicano. Únase a Josh Vence, el gerente de desarrollo de negocios en Argus para América Latina, y Sergio Meana, corresponsal senior en México para Argus Media, y entérese del nuevo clima político y financiero para el amplio mercado de combustibles en México. Enlaces adicionales: Argus Mexico Fuel Markets Argus US Products
On the mid-week supplemental episode of The Knife Junkie podcast (episode 369), Bob "The Knife Junkie" DeMarco looks at the knives that'll give you the best bang for the buck all under $60, including the Cold Steel SRK, Petrified Fish Victor and Civivi Praxis among others. Find the list of all the knives shown in the show, and links to the knife life news stories, at https://theknifejunkie.com/369.Bob starts the show with his favorite comments of the week followed by his "pocket check" of knives -- the Kizer Begleiter XL, Jack Wolf Knives Cyborg Jack, the Hogtooth Knives Ruffian, and the Off-Grid Baby Rhino.In Knife Life News, there's a new CRKT Forged For War knife -- the Taco Viper (a 4"+ folder), and a new folder from Fox and Grigorii Matveev called the Argus. Meanwhile in his "State of the Collection," Bob shows off his Ontario SP-10 Marine Raider Bowie, as well as three loaner knives -- the Williams Design/W.K. Hira Zukuri 5.75” and 9" (both on loan from @skookumdanger), and the Emerson Sgian Dubh (on loan from @jocksknives)Support the Knife Junkie channel with your next knife purchase. Find our affiliate links at https://theknifejunkie.com/knives. You can also support The Knife Junkie and get in on the perks of being a Patron -- including early access to the podcast and exclusive bonus content. Visit https://www.theknifejunkie.com/patreon for details.Let us know what you thought about this episode and leave a rating and/or a review. Your feedback is much appreciated.Please call the listener line at 724-466-4487 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any comments, feedback or suggestions on the show, and let us know what you'd like to hear covered next week on The Knife Junkie Podcast Supplemental edition.To watch or listen to past episodes of the podcast, visit https://theknifejunkie.com/listen. And for professional podcast hosting, use The Knife Junkie's podcast platform of choice -- https://theknifejunkie.com/podhost.
Brazil is finally moving closer to start shipping corn to China seven years after an export protocol signed between the two parties. This comes at a time of tightening import supply for China, with high corn prices in the US and increasingly uncertain flows from Ukraine. How can Brazilian imports reshape China's corn market? Is China set to see strong receipts anytime soon or are there still many bureaucratic, technical hurdles left? In this Agriculture Insights podcast Argus' AgriMarkets Editor Bilal Muftuoglu is joined by Brazil Agriculture and Fertilizer Deputy Editor Alessandra Mello, to discuss the feasibility of Brazilian corn exports to China.
Prophecy Radio episode #57 does a Deep Dive on Hermes, which couldn't come at a better time since Lin-Manuel Miranda was just cast in the role for the Percy Jackson and the Olympians TV show airing on Disney+ in 2024. In addition to talking about this latest bit of news, we also discuss the cover for Fury of the Dragon Goddess by Sarwat Chadda, as well as reread and discuss Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian chapter 11. New episodes of Prophecy Radio air weekly, and all ages are welcome to tune in. News and Updates (00:01:39) Read Riordan posted Ares' guide to fatherhood, and it's just about as helpful as you would think. What did you think of the new Ares/Clarisse artwork? They also posted the cover for Fury of the Dragon Goddess by Sarwat Chadda, the sequel to City of the Plague God. Sarwat is super excited for this book, and so are we! Did you catch the video of Rick trolling us for the big casting announcement? Okay, let's talk about the November 7 blog post. Yes, Lin-Manuel Miranda has been cast as Hermes in Percy Jackson and the Olympians. This is quite a surprise, since in the books, he doesn't show up until Sea of Monsters. What could this mean for the rest of the casting, especially the Big Three? We love that Lin's kid is a fan of the books! What scene could Percy, Annabeth, and Hermes have together? Annabeth's reaction to Hermes is going to be VERY interesting. Deadline has a better description of Hermes' role in the show. Becky reminds everyone to be kind, and we discuss why some people aren't happy about the casting. Deep Dive: Hermes (00:26:12) Let's find out how Hermes ended up going to Juvie. Literally, what is Hermes NOT the god of?? We really love learning new words, can't you tell? Wait. One of his symbols is the WHAT? Hermes accomplished a lot as a baby and none of it was good. IS Hermes the god of cheeseburgers!? It's cool that Argus is tied into this myth, and we can't wait to see how he's portrayed in the show. Hermes could seriously use a little self-reflection. He's had a lot of children with a lot of women, and not all of it was consensual. As always, please bear with us regarding the pronunciation. We're trying! At what times does Hermes show up throughout the Camp Half-Blood Chronicles? We also get Hermes' physical description, and it reminds us of someone who is decidedly not Lin-Manuel Miranda. Can Hermes unlock any phone or computer? How do their powers work with modern technology? Percy Jackson and the Last Olympian (00:49:11) It's time to talk about The Last Olympian chapter 11. Thank goodness for Blackjack because he saved the day multiple times. Are we more or less annoyed at Clarisse after this chapter? Oh, it's PERSONAL between Percy and the Minotaur. The necklaces on the Minotaur's axe?? OH, IT'S ON. How do those spoils of war work? Was the battle with the Minotaur anticlimactic, or was this on purpose? Percy has given Ethan SO many chances, the least he could do is NOT stab Annabeth!! Is it Kronos or the Kool-Aid Man? YOU DECIDE! The realities of war are heavy in this chapter, and it's especially hard when you're battling your friends and peers. Yet another named character has bitten the dust. Stakes are high. It's a good thing Pegasi gallop when they fly because the alternative is a little strange to imagine. Feedback (01:20:04) Nicolaas reminds us that we'll see the video shield again in the “Staff of Hermes” short story. Thanks for listening, and tune in next time for episode 58, where we'll come up with some recipes we think are worthy of the gods. This episode's hosts are: Karen Rought and Kristen Kranz. Each episode, our Prophecy Radio hosts and their guests will keep you up to date on the latest information coming out of Camp Half-Blood, including upcoming books and adaptation news, discuss a topic of choice, and do a chapter by chapter reread of the Percy Jackson series. Follow Us: Twitter // Instagram // Facebook // Tumblr Listen and Subscribe: Audioboom // Apple // Spotify Feel free to leave us your questions or comments through any of these mediums! You can also email us at email@example.com or visit our homepage for archives and more information about our show. Prophecy Radio is a Subjectify Media podcast production. Visit Subjectify Media for more shows, including Not Another Teen Wolf Podcast, ReWatchable, and Not About The Weather, and for all our latest articles about the stories we're passionate about.
Matt Drinkwater Manager Gas and Power Analysis at Argus speaks to Natasha Fielding Editor, Gas and Justin Colley Editor Electricity at Argus on policy interventions EU lawmakers are considering and the volatility in the gas and power markets. Extremely high gas and power prices since the spring have prompted EU lawmakers to generate some radical ideas for policy intervention, in an effort to shield citizens from eye-watering utility bills. These proposals will be refined in the coming months, just as Europe navigates through what many fear may be the most difficult winter in recent memory. In this podcast, we consider these policy ideas and discuss how the winter might play out, which may end up defining the shape of Europe's gas and power markets for years to come. What has happened in Europe's gas and power markets since early October when EU policy intervention proposals first circulated? What are the biggest issues involved with some of the proposals on the table, in which price caps feature heavily? How might the landscape of Europe's gas and power markets look at the close of this winter, when some of the proposals might have made their way through the legislative process?
Episode 84 Psychedelic Japan, Part 3 Playlist Boredoms, “Super Going” from Super æ (1998 Birdman). Boredoms (ボアダムス), alternatively known as V∞redoms, is a Japanese experimental/noise/space rock/tribal drumming band from Osaka, founded in 1986 by Yamatsuka Eye. Known for their extended jams and heavy drumming, it is remarkable that they had some mainstream success in the 1990s. Bass, Hira; Drums, EDA; Drums, Vocals, Yoshimi P-We; Guitar, Yamamotor; Music by, Boredoms; Words By, Vocals, Tibetan Bell, Effects (EQ-phasing), Electronics, Eye. 12:26. Boredoms, “7-(Ewe Remix)” from Super Roots 7 (1998 WEA). Bass, Effects, Hilah; Drums, Percussion (Electronic), E~Da; Drums, Sampler (Samples), Percussion, ATR; Drums, Vocals, Tape (Bird Flying Sound), Keyboards (Casiotone), Yoshimi P-We; Guitar (Guitars), Yamamotor; Sampler, Synth, Kiyoshi Izumi; Vocals, Synth, Tape (Open Reel), Electronics (Vacuum Cleaner), Bell, Effects, Sounds, Electronics, Tape (Insects, Bird), Eye. 4:05 OOIOO, “Oizumio” from Feather Float (1999 Polystar). Pronounced OH-EE-OH, Band formed by trumpeter and drummer for the Boredoms on a whim as the result of a photo shoot she once did. Bass, Handclaps, Maki; Drums, Handclaps, Yoshiko; Guitar, Vocals, Djembe, Bongos, Roland Juno and Casiotone synthesizers; Piano, Jew's Harp, Talking Drum, Scratches, Noises (Birds), Yoshimi; Guitar, Vocals, Handclaps, Kyoko; Producer, Yoshimi. 3:39 OOIOO, “1000 Frogs And 3 Sun In A House” from Feather Float (1999 Polystar). Bass, Handclaps, Maki; Drums, Handclaps, Yoshiko; Guitar, Vocals, Djembe, Bongos, Roland Juno and Casiotone synthesizers; Piano, Jew's Harp, Talking Drum, Scratches, Noises (Birds), Yoshimi; Guitar, Vocals, Handclaps, Kyoko; Producer, Yoshimi. 10:28 Boredoms, “"Ҩ" (Spiral)” from Vision Creation Newsun (2001 Birdman). There have been some live performances of this music from Vision Creation Newsun where Eye has recruited as many as twenty drummers to join the fray, all positioned in a circle with Eye conducting from the middle. And it's said that this is not one of his most extreme performance setups. Bass, Effects, Vocals, Hilah; Drums, Percussion, Electronic Drums (Electric Pad), Vocals, ATR, E-Da; Drums, Percussion, Keyboards (Casiotone), Vocals, Yoshimi; Guitar, Vocals, Yamamotor; Vocals, Synth, Sampler (Samples), Turntables, Tape (Open Reel), Vocoder, Computer, Electronics, Edited, mixed by, Eye. 6:33 Boredoms, “"↑" (Arrow Up)” from Vision Creation Newsun (2001 Birdman). Bass, Effects, Vocals (Vox), Hilah; Drums, Percussion, Electronic Drums (Electric Pad), Vocals, ATR, E-Da; Drums, Percussion, Keyboards (Casiotone), Vocals, Yoshimi; Guitar, Vocals, Yamamotor; Vocals, Synth, Sampler (Samples), Turntables, Tape (Open Reel), Vocoder, Computer, Electronics, Edited, mixed by, Eye. 6:26 Adachi Tomomi, “Gamp” (2001 unofficial release). Adachi Tomomi is a performer/composer from Tokyo, Japan. He plays improvised music with voice, computer, and self-made instruments. 2:35 Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O., “The Creation Of The Human Race” from 41st Century Splendid Man (2002 tUMULt). Bass synthesizer, bass harmonica, Tsuyama Atsushi; Drums, Yoshida Tatsuya; Electric Guitar, Synthesizer, Other Dancin' King, Hiroshi Higashi; Electric Guitar, Effects RDS 900, Synthesizer, Kawabata Makoto; Cosmic Companion, Ayano; Space Phone girl, Yoko; Synthesizer, Higashi Hiroshi; Vocals, Cotton Casino. From a picture disc version of this recording. 9:12 Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O., “Dalai Gama” from 41st Century Splendid Man (2002 tUMULt). Bass synthesizer, bass harmonica, Tsuyama Atsushi; Drums, Yoshida Tatsuya; Electric Guitar, Synthesizer, Other Dancin' King, Hiroshi Higashi; Electric Guitar, Effects RDS 900, Synthesizer, Kawabata Makoto; Cosmic Companion, Ayano; Space Phone girl, Yoko; Synthesizer, Higashi Hiroshi; Vocals, Cotton Casino. From a picture disc version of this recording. 4:32 Merzbow, “Argus” from Karasu: 13 Japanese Birds Pt. 4 (2009 Important Records). Music by Masami Akita. We included a cassette release from Akita in part 2 of this series. That was from early days for Merzbow, 1984. It seems fitting that we include a more recent CD by him here. Limited edition of 1,000 copies. Recorded and mixed in Tokyo, Feb 2009. 19:40 Opening background music: Far East Family Band, “Parallel World” from Parallel World (1976 MU Land). Music by, arranged by, Far East Family Band. Produced, recorded, computer mix by, Klaus Schulze. Recorded November 15th to December 5th 1976 at the Manor Studio, UK. Opening and closing sequences voiced by Anne Benkovitz. Additional opening, closing, and other incidental music by Thom Holmes. For additional notes, please see my blog, Noise and Notations. See my blog for the Bob Moog Foundation.
Químicos de pinus, ou pine chemicals, são produtos químicos derivados das árvores de pinus ou pinheiros. O Brasil desempenha um papel relevante neste mercado mundial. Camila Dias, diretora da Argus no Brasil, e Leonardo Siqueira, editor de pine chemicals da Argus, conversam sobre o tamanho, a relevância e as perspectivas para este mercado. Quer ficar por dentro de tudo que acontece no mercado de químicos? Acesse: https://www.argusmedia.com/pt/chemicals
Alon Jackson is the CEO and Co-Founder of Astrix Security, the first app-to-app security solution. Prior to founding Astrix, Jackson served as Head of R&D Group at automotive cyber security startup Argus (acquired by Continental AG). He also previously served over 12 years in strategic roles in the Cyber Security Division of the Israeli Military Intelligence Unit 8200, where he led the cloud security division. Jackson received an MSc in Computer Science with honors, specializing in cryptography.
On this latest podcast, Argus spot ticker, Jason Metko and base oil reporter, John Dietrich, will focus on the the current global surplus overhang, how US refiners are reacting and what's coming in 2023. Check out the Driving Discussions podcast series
What are the key drivers for short term LPG prices and how will these impact costs as we head into winter? In this episode of Global LPG Conversations, Argus' LPG VP David Appleton and consultant Kristen Mueller provide an outlook for the LPG market. They examine how, whilst turmoil and high prices dominate the discussion of the wider energy market, LPG-specific factors are keeping propane and butane prices relatively low and stable. Hear their discussion of crude and gas markets, naphtha, China's PDH sector, and more. Listen now. Learn more about our LPG services, including market news, price assessments and analytical outlooks: www.argusmedia.com/en/lpg-ngl
Episode 776 - HurriCon '22, DC Event '23, Go Go Geiger, Final Orders-Star Wars Hidden Empire #2 & Miles Morales Spider-Man #1, Sneak Peek at Next Week with Kyle & Drew-Sweetie Candy Vigilante #2 & Argus #1, Support Our Patreon Unlock More C4FaP Bonus Content https://www.patreon.com/comicsfunprofit Kyle's RPG Podcasts: Encore of the Lost & Two Past Midnight @DorkDayPodcast https://www.dorkdayafternoon.com Shop Kowabunga's Exclusive Variants https://shopkowabunga.com/shop/ Donations Keep Our Show Going, Please Give https://bit.ly/36s7YeL Get on the Kowabunga (Deep Discount Comics) FOC and Preorder list http://eepurl.com/dy2Z8D Thank You Shout Out to Our Patrons: Adam P., Eric H., Jon A., Andrew C., Bradley R., Aaron M., Darrin W., Dennis C., David D., Martin F. Email us at: Comicsforfunandprofit@gmail.com - questions, comments, gripes, we can't wait to hear what you have to say. Follow us on twitter.com/ComicsFunProfit & instagram.com/comicsforfunandprofit Like us on Facebook.com/ComicsForFunAndProfit Subscribe, rate, review on itunes, Spotify, Stitcher, YouTube. Thank you so much for listening and spreading the word about our little comic book podcast. Listen To the Episode Here: https://comcsforfunandprofit.podomatic.com/
Hear from FlyORO's chief executive officer, Jonathan Yeo, and Argus Biofuels associate editor Giulia Squadrin as they discuss logistics, last-mile blending and supply chain constraints in the SAF market. Listen to the other episodes in the SAF Insights podcast series Learn more about Argus' comprehensive SAF market coverage
A maior oferta de gasolina na Europa e a consequente redução nos preços para exportação ampliaram a participação do produto no fluxo de importação do Brasil, com perspectiva de ultrapassar o Golfo Americano no mês de outubro. Camila Dias, diretora da Argus no Brasil, e Gabrielle Moreira, repórter da publicação Argus Brasil Combustíveis, conversam sobre a nova dinâmica nas atividades de importação e sobre o aumento de aquisições de cargas completas do combustível europeu para o país. Quer ficar por dentro de tudo que acontece no mercado de combustíveis? Acesse: https://www.argusmedia.com/pt/oil-products/road-fuels
How have issues with rail and waterborne supply hit the markets recently? Hear from Argus' Jason Metko and Thomas Dwyer as they discuss how these have impacted prices, as well as the latest developments for RINS and RVO.
A medida que se estabilizó la producción de crudo en Ecuador y la compañía estatal PetroEcuador renegoció sus contratos de suministro de petróleo, más volúmenes de crudos Napo y Oriente fueron al mercado de exportación y elevaron su valor tras el conflicto de Rusia con Ucrania. Sin embargo, las tarifas de flete, que están históricamente altas, presionan ahora los precios de ambos crudos y Ecuador puede caer por debajo de su meta de producción crudo para 2022. Acompañe a Josh Vence, gerente de desarrollo de negocios para América Latina de Argus, Julio Faldin, vicepresidente de crudo y productos para América del Sur, y a Giovann Rosales, reportera de crudos en América Latina, y entérese sobre el mercado de crudo en Ecuador. Conozca más sobre Argus Americas Crude
Os altos preços internacionais motivaram os agricultores brasileiros a expandir a área plantada com algodão na temporada 2022-23, o que poderá levar o país a um novo recorde na produção da pluma. Mas os custos de produção mais altos provocaram uma redução no uso de fertilizantes na cultura. Junte-se a Camila Dias, diretora da Argus no Brasil, e Alessandra Mello, editora assistente da publicação Argus Brasil Grãos e Fertilizantes. Elas conversam sobre o crescimento do setor do algodão no país e as perspectivas para a safra 2022-23. Quer ficar por dentro de tudo que acontece no mercado de agricultura? Acesse: https://www.argusmedia.com/pt/agriculture
In this episode of Global LPG Conversations, Peter Wilton, editor of Argus International LPG, and David Appleton, Argus' vice-president of LPG discuss how changing trade flows in eastern Europe have led to the need for new price assessments.
Os altos preços de gás natural no mundo, em decorrência, principalmente, do conflito entre Rússia e Ucrânia, preocupam os consumidores no Brasil. Camila Dias, diretora da Argus no Brasil, e Flávia Pierry, editora de Gás Natural e Energia, conversam sobre os fatores que vão influenciar a oferta e a demanda de gás natural no Brasil em 2023, além do impacto sobre preços e negociações. Quer ficar por dentro de tudo que acontece no mercado de gás natural? Acesse: https://www.argusmedia.com/pt/natural-gas-lng
Come OFF aht! We talkin' the 3rd ep of Season 4 of RuPaul's Drag Race UK w/ Mano Agapion & actor/musician/gaggiana Fin Argus! We gag over the BROS controversy surrounding the gays, kiki over this twist on a classic challenge, and get stupid talking these lewks! GO WATCH QUEER AS FOLK ON PEACOCK & STREAM FIN'S MUSIC! Go watch RPDR on WOW Presents Plus or BBC! KIKI with us at Drag Her's IG! PREPARE TO GAG, WHORES!!!!! PROPS TO YA, DWOTUR! BUY OUR MERCH! 50% of everything we make goes to The Okra Project! If you rate Drag Her 5-stars on Apple Podcasts & leave us ANY UNPOPULAR RPDR OPINION, we'll discuss it on the pod!!!!! DO IT!! AND PLUS AND!!! Go to our IG to watch our super special IG LIVES covering Drag Race UK! Black Lives Matter. DONATE NOW! Listen to Drag Her on Stitcher, download the app, or get more info at stitcherapp.com/dragher! Get more Mano on We Love Trash & Podcast Killed The Video Star! BUY OUR MERCH! 50% of everything we make goes to The Okra Project! If you rate Drag Her 5-stars on Apple Podcasts & leave us ANY UNPOPULAR RPDR OPINION, we'll discuss it on the pod!!!!! DO IT!! AND PLUS AND!!! Go to our IG to watch our super special IG LIVES covering Drag Race UK! Black Lives Matter. DONATE NOW! Listen to Drag Her on Stitcher, download the app, or get more info at stitcherapp.com/dragher! Get more Mano on We Love Trash & Podcast Killed The Video Star!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
LeLe Park, Screenwriter, joins Susan and Ben to discuss Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, a 2019 drama comedy. LeLe shares what it's like having a career as an emerging screenwriter. She discusses developing a limited series with Jim Vendiola for WB Discovery's OneFifty program, her process for getting into character when writing, the value of having a mentor, and finding out she got representation with Verve while burning her Hello Fresh meal. LeLe plays our “Turn of Phrase: Tarantino Edition” game. Follow LeLe on Instagram @lelepark100, Twitter @LeLePark05 or IMDB. Learn more about her project ‘Argus' with Jim Vendiola at onefifty.com/content/argus. Leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts to help us reach more listeners. Find out about our guests and upcoming events by following us at Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, contribute to our Patreon, or shop at lifeinthecredits.com. Life in Our Credits Hosts: Susan Swarner and Ben Blohm Executive Producer: Michelle Levin Logo Art: Melissa Durkin Music Composer and Performer: Steve Trowbridge