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Abbie McCarthy is an award-winning TV / Radio presenter & DJ, you'll find her hosting BBC Music Introducing in Kent on the airwaves every Saturday night and also bringing great new music & fun interviews to your TV screens on 4Music and E4 Extra with Fresh This Month. Abbie is known for bringing the party with her DJ sets and this year has played at a whole host of festivals, including Glastonbury, Latitude & Knebworth, as well as playing several arena shows. Abbie is also the host and curator of popular gig night Good Karma Club, which has put on early shows for the likes of Tom Grennan, Mae Muller, Easy Life & many more and has even featured some famous faces in the crowds over the years - Alex Turner, Lewis Capaldi & Wolf Alice. Abbie's huge contribution to both the radio & music industry was celebrated when she was inducted into the Roll of Honour at Music Week's Women In Music Awards 2018. Abbie has been highlighted by the Radio Academy as one of the brightest young stars in radio, recently featuring in their esteemed 30 under 30 list and winning Silver for Best Music Presenter at the ARIAs 2020. Aside from music, Abbie's other passion is sport, which really shines through in her entertaining coverage on Matchday Live for Chelsea TV. You'll also find Abbie guesting frequently on BBC Two's football show, MOTDx and doing online coverage for England and the Lionesses football teams. How has she been so successful already, especially having just recently been diagnosed, and what advice does she impart to us? Enjoy! In this episode Peter and Abbie McCarthy discuss: 00:40 - Thank you so much for listening and for subscribing! 00:47 - Intro and welcome Abbie ‘AbbieAbbieMac' McCarthy! 03:00 - So you just got diagnosed a year ago, so tell us your backstory? 05:51 - What rituals have you put into play for yourself to be able to get through the boring stuff? 07:00 - Do you get a dopamine release after having completed a list, or boring stuff? 07:38 - Who happens when you have to quickly adjust course? How do you balance your dopamine producers at all hours of the day and night, as various types of work demands? 10:30 - How do you handle negative criticism, and keep performing at one hundred percent even on tough news days? 12:32 - What have you had to fight through with respect to your being a Millennial, and a Female in a often-times patronizing industry? 14:23 - Americans are learning more about Premier League Football thanks to Ted Lasso. Who's your team? 14:40 - How can people find more about you? Web: https://abbiemccarthy.co.uk Socials: @AbbieAbbieMac everywhere: Twitter INSTA TikTok FB This was great- thank you Abbie!! Guys, as always thanks so much for subscribing! Faster Than Normal is for YOU! We want to know what you'd like to hear! Do you have a cool friend with a great story? We'd love to learn about, and from them. I'm www.petershankman.com and you can reach out anytime via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterNormal on all of the socials. It really helps when you drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse! 16:00 - Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits. — TRANSCRIPT via Descript and then corrected.. somewhat: [00:00:40] Peter: Yo, everyone! Welcome to Faster Than Normal, another episode. Thrilled to have you as always. We got someone fun today to talk about- Abbie McCarthy is joining us from the OK. She's an award-winning TV and radio presenter and DJ. Okay, you'll find her hosting BBC music, introducing intent on the airwaves every Saturday night, and also bringing great new music and fun interviews to your TV screen on 4 Music and Eve four extra with fresh this month. She brings the party with her DJ sets. She has played a whole host of festival. She's played Glastonbury, Latitude & Knebworth, as well as playing several arena shows and she's serious. Like, no joke. She doesn't, she doesn't fuck around. You're gonna, you're gonna like this one. She's the hosting curator of popular Gig Night. Good Karma Club. God, what else has she done? Uh, she was nominated, she was inducted into the role of honor at Music Week's, women in Music Awards 2018. She's been highlighted by the radio academy as one of the brightest young stars in radio, recently featured and their esteemed 30 under 30 lists and winning silvers for best music presenter at the Arias 2020 I. Being in PR week, magazines 30 under 30, and I'm now 50. So yeah, now I'm all pissed off. It's gonna be a shitty interview. All right. Anyway, Abby, welcome. I feel old. How are you?! [00:02:03] Abbie: Oh, I'm good, thank you. How are you? Thank you so much for having me. [00:02:05] Peter: I'm thrilled to have you. So you came to us because you, you were reading Faster Than Normal, the book, and you identified with it, and you found yourself in it. [00:02:13] Abbie: Absolutely. I really loved it. I just loved the whole concept of it. The fact that you kind of said our our brains are like Lamborghinis. They just work faster than everybody else. But if you do the right things, you can use it quite efficiently. I thought it was a really nice way to approach it. Cause I think there's some books that you read and it's about kind of, Dismissing that you have A D H D or kind of not embracing it. But I thought that the whole approach was great and yeah, I took so much from it. And because I've only recently been diagnosed, it was such a useful book to lose myself in. I actually managed to read it in a couple of days and obviously everyone listened to this that has a D H D knows that's not always, that's not always easy. So I think it, uh, became my hyper focus for a couple of days. I really enjoyed it. [00:02:56] Peter: Very true. We don't, we don't normally finish things like that. Um, now tell us, so, so you just got diagnosed a year ago, so tell us your backstory. Tell us about what it was like growing up before you were diagnosed. What was it like as a kid? Did you, what was school like for you? Things like that. [00:03:10] Abbie: I think I'm one of those classic people where, I was, I was, I was okay at school. I got like fairly good grades and I was always being told off for talking too much, which obviously makes a lot of sense now and I think that would happen more and more in the classes of things that I wasn't particularly interested in. Uh, you know, you mentioned at the start, I do lots of different things within music and, and some within sport as well. So I'm, I'm a creative person, so some of the more academic subjects I didn't particularly like, but I. Was Okay and, and got good grades, um, which maybe was why it wasn't picked up, I guess, when I was a teenager. Uh, but I, it's, I have this thing where I guess I. I just always felt like I was different, but I couldn't quite put my finger on why. And you know, even as I've got older and I've got to do some great things in my professional life, like being on the radio to me is my dream job. I still can't believe I get to do that. I get to go on the airwaves, pick amazing music, and connect with people and share it with them, but that's awesome. You know, it's, it's. It's, you know, you might look at me and be like, oh, she's getting to do her dream job. But then it's like, it's more like all the things I struggle with at home, I guess. It's like, you know, keeping on top of errands and, and things like that and organizing other aspects of, of my life. And I think that's the thing with A D H D, isn't it? Someone on the surface might look a certain way, but you never know what's. Going on in, in somebody's head. Do you, you know, my brain is racing constantly. Yeah. Um, but you know, I've, I've managed to, to hold down a job and I guess I'm lucky because it's , it's, it is in things that I'm interested in, so that makes it easier too. [00:04:50] Peter: Well, that's, I mean, that's really the key. You know, we, we all have to realize, you know, there are people who, who don't have faster than normal brains who can just sort of wake up, go to their job every day, do it for 40 years, retire, get their little gold watch, you know, and, and whether they love the job or not, is irrelevant to them. I. It's a means to an end. It's a way to make money. If we don't love what we're doing, we're not doing it well. [00:05:10] Abbie: Yeah. Or you just don't wanna do it full stop. Exactly. So I feel so blessed to be doing something that I absolutely love and I. I'm so excited to go into work every day and the, you know, what I do is really varied as well, which I think works with our brains too. Like, I'm not gonna get bored. Each week can be very, very different. Sometimes I'm in the studio doing a radio show, then it's something like festival season where I'm kind of here, there and everywhere DJing. It might be going to interview somebody, you know, on the other side of the country. It might be going to a gig somewhere else. So it, it's, yeah, it's, it keeps it interesting. It's, it keeps it lively. [00:05:43] Peter: Tell me about, um, so let's talk about the stuff you're not that great at. Let's talk about like, you know, what is it like to, you know, running the errands, things like that. What kind of, um, sort of rituals have you put into play for yourself to be able to get through the, the, the, the boring stuff? [00:05:57] Abbie: I actually got this piece of advice from somebody on social media when I first posted that I'd got a diagnosis and they were saying the things that you don't enjoy, things like housework and errands and food shopping. It's almost like, think of it in a different way, sort of set yourself, um, a bit of a competition or like, so you're trying to do it in the quickest amount of time or, you know, you set yourself a reward once you've finished it, things like that. So then actually that those, those activities aren't just draining. You are in some way getting a little bit of dopamine and I think it's just like picking the right time in the day to do some of this stuff as well. I think now I try and get up, exercise is a big one for me and I know it's for, for you as well from, from reading your book, getting up, going to the gym, even if I don't feel like it, which I don't a lot of the time, I always feel so much better afterwards than kind of getting all of those errands and boring things out of the way and then I can just enjoy the rest of my day and I kind of don't feel the guilt that I haven't done all the, all the adult things I guess that I think I should have. [00:07:02] Peter: Well, it's interesting because that there is a, there are some studies that say that getting the boring stuff and stuff that you don't love getting it done is actually a dopamine release. Um, once they're all, not from doing them per se, but from that feeling you get of, oh, I don't have to do them anymore because I did them. [00:07:17] Abbie: Yeah, that's true. Yeah. You actually completed something that you set out to do, so that's gonna give you a buzz, isn't it? [00:07:22] Peter: Talk about, uh, some times where it's not that easy. Have things happened, whether you are in, uh, you know, whether you're at work or whatever? How do you deal with the things that, you know, you're, you're going a million miles an hour, right? When you're, when you're DJing or when you're working whatever, you're going a million miles an hour. What happens when you have to adjust course, uh, suddenly when you suddenly, you know, find yourself going off track or something like that. How do you keep yourself going, especially in a high energy job like that, because there's really only so much dopamine mean you can give. Uh, to get through over the course of a day, right. At some point, you know, I know that, that if I time it right, I give a keynote, I get done with the keynote, I get into the airport, get back onto the plane, and that's when I pass out. Right. So, how are you sometimes you're doing, I, I, especially as a DJ you're doing late, late nights, right? You know, into, into the wee hours in the morning. How are you holding that up? How are you keeping yourself aligned? [00:08:14] Abbie: I think when I am DJing or I'm, yeah, playing a big event, I get so in the zone. I get so pumped for it. So I kind of have enough energy to, to get through it. I think the thing that I struggle with the most is when I've had, you know, a really great run of work, so something like festival season or because I work in football, you know, the, the Premier League season that we have over here. I've just been getting to work on loads of games with that. When that stops and there's just naturally a tiny little lull in work, and I say a lull, it's like four days or something, and. Get really down cuz I'm like, I dunno what to do with all of this energy that I've got. I almost dunno how to, to harness it. And then I have a real low and I'm kind of waiting for the buzz and the high again of, of doing all the things that I love. And I think that's been a learning experience for me is when I have these days off. Which I really crave when I'm in the thick of it. You know, when you are like working back to back and you're traveling everywhere, you can't wait for a day where you are. You can just not think about work and relax. But when it gets to those days, I find it really hard to actually lean into them. So that's something I need to work on to be honest. Um, but the other thing that I think is a bit of a struggle in the job that I do, and maybe you'll relate to this or other people will relate to this. Do more of a kind of public facing job is, you know, the sensitivity we can have to rejection and criticism. It's very much part of my job, you know, it'll be like, I'll be presenting something or I'll send off a show reel sometimes I'm super lucky and I get the job. Sometimes I don't. That's just part of the business, but I might then be really upset about that for a little while, and I think sometimes. The emotional deregulation thing. I can f I can feel a little bit. So that can be hard. I guess if you are, you're in the fields and you're not feeling so great and then you've gotta, you know, go on air and give people a good show, give people a good time. But sometimes I imagine that's a savior because you kind of have to put on this. I thought, great, let's have a good time. And you're doing it for other people. You're doing it for that feeling. It'll give somebody else. And the connection that you have with you and your listeners is really special. So you kind of wanna keep that. So sometimes in a way it can get you out of your funk, which I think is good. [00:10:30] Peter: That's actually a really interesting point because I imagine that, you know, especially as a creative right, you do these amazing DJ sets, you, you're, you know, on the radio, whatever, and then yeah. You know, millions of people might love it, but there's one person who posted comments somewhere that's negative and that's all we think about, right? The same thing happens to me in keynotes. Mm-hmm. , but it's a real, you, you, you gave us a really interesting point, the concept of going on stage and having to put on that smile regardless of whether you're feeling it or not. You know, you don't have a choice, right? Mm-hmm. . So I would think that, yeah, in a lot of ways that's probably very, very helpful because you know that which you believe you eventually achieve, so, right? So, so you, you put that happy face on, you give that speech or you, you do that set at the end of it, you're gonna have that dopamine regardless. So it's a nice sort of, a nice sort of, uh, I guess, cheat sheet to get out of it. [00:11:20] Abbie: Yeah, it actually is. Yeah, cuz it kind of gets you into that mental space, even if you really weren't feeling it beforehand. It might be, you know, you've got some really bad news an hour before I'm gonna go on the radio, but then as soon as I'm on the radio, I'm there to. I'm there to give it everything and to hopefully, um, bring people great music but also, you know, some good stories and, and keep them company as well. So it can be very useful cuz it can definitely switch you into a more positive place. And like you say, access that dopamine that we are always searching for. [00:11:51] Peter: Tell us about, um, how, first of all, how old are you, if you don't mind telling us. [00:11:54] Abbie: I'm, uh, I'm 32, so I got diagnosed when I was say 31. [00:11:58] Peter: You're 32 and you're female, and you're in an industry that's predominantly male focused and male driven. Right? So you are coming in as sort of a, I guess, uh, what are you, A millennial, I guess. Are you a millennial or Gen Y? What are you? [00:12:10] Abbie: Yeah, I'll be, I'm a millennial. I wish I was a Gen Z yeah. [00:12:12] Peter: You're in the cusp of a millennial, right? You're coming as cusp millennial. Tell us about some of the fights you've dealt with and some of the battles you've fought coming in as a millennial, a neurotypical, a neuro atypical millennial, um, who's a female in this male dominated industry. Right. You've, I'm, I'm sure you've, you've had to step up several times, both in, in football as well as DJ ing, [00:12:32] Abbie: Yeah, I feel like I feel it the most as a DJ actually to be honest, where you'll turn up to DJ at a festival and a club and predominantly a lot of people working in that industry, it is changing, which is great to see. But a lot of people working in that industry, uh, are male. And sometimes you can get a few patronizing kind of sound engineers who are like, oh, do you know how to use the equipment? Do you need any help with that? And you're like, yeah, that's why I'm here. I'm here to, I'm here to dj. I'm here to do the thing that you booked me for. Or the, or, you know, the, the place book before. So I feel like you can experience a bit of that and I think a lot of stuff like where, you know, you are doing as good a job as your male counterparts, but you're probably not getting paid the same. But I think so much is changing. There's a real positive shift in like entertainment, in music, in sport. To, to even things out. But I do, um, some stuff for, uh, for B B C sport and uh, a sport. Chelsea, sorry if you don't, or sorry if people listening don't. So I do some of their matchday live programming as well, and I, I sometimes feel most vulnerable being like a woman in sport. Cause I think often people are just looking to just dismiss what you say because that industry is still so, so male dominated. That one's probably got the most catching up to do. Um, so dealing with that sometimes, but then it's, I think sometimes you just have to, although we find it hard, it's like shut out the outside noise and, and thoughts and just have real confidence and belief in what you are doing and what you are saying. That's the only thing you can do. [00:14:10] Peter: Shut out the outside thoughts. I love that. So I've actually been a, I've been a Premier League fan for, for years, and I can tell you over the past few years here in America, I'd say millions more people have suddenly learned about non-American football thanks to Ted Lasso. So I think that, um, people are definitely learning a bit more , um, about it. What is your, who's your, who's your team? [00:14:31] Abbie: Uh, Chelsea. Chelsea Football Club. Yeah, I've been a fan since I was like six or seven. So the good times and the bad times, and the Inbetweens . [00:14:40] Peter: Very cool. I love this, Abbie! This has been so much fun. How can people find you? [00:14:44] Abbie: Uh, people can find me on socials, uh, a Abbie Abbie Mac. That's my handle on everything. So A B B I E. Um, yeah, come and say hello! You know what? Us people with A D H D are like we, we love to connect. So yeah, please do, uh, get involved. Gimme a follow and uh, shout me in the dms and thank you so much again, Peter. It's been so fun. [00:15:04] Peter: Oh, I'm so glad to have you! Guys listen to her stuff. She really is amazing, Abbie it's pretty incredible. Abbie McCarthy, thank you so much for taking the time. Guys. By the time this comes out, you will probably. Have already heard the news that, uh, Faster Than Normal is being turned into a kid's book. It is. I can give you a title now. It's called The Boy With the Faster Brain, and it is my first attempt at writing a children's book and I am so excited. So I will have links, uh, on where to purchase and how to purchase and how to get fun stuff like that and how to have me come in and, and talk to your schools and your kids and, and whatever soon enough. So stick to that. As always, if you know anyone that we should be interviewing, shoot us a note. Just people as cool as Abbie and all and above only. Those are the only ones we want. No, I'm kidding. Anyone, anyone you think has a great story, we would love to highlight them on the podcast. My name is Peter Shankman. I'm at Peter Shankman on all the socials. We're at Faster normal as well, and we will see you next week. Thank you for listening and keep remembering you are gifted, not broken. We'll see you soon! — Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at shankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. If you like what you've heard, why not head over to your favorite podcast platform of choice and leave us a review, come more people who leave positive reviews, the more the podcast has shown, and the more people we can help understand that ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Opening and closing themes were composed and produced by Steven Byrom who also produces this podcast, and the opening introduction was recorded by Bernie Wagenblast. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you next week!
This week, RBI director John Torpey interviews Prof. Enrique Desmond Arias, a professor of political science at Baruch College and the Graduate Center, about recent developments in Latin American politics. Arias delves into Peru's recent political unrest and how it resembles the times of Fujimori's authoritarianism and discusses the origins of polarization in the politics of Brazil. Arias also assesses the overall political situation of Latin America and highlights four phenomena: military and police repression addressed disproportionately to historically marginalized groups (not necessarily staging coups), the complacency of some political groups about authoritarianism, people's unhappiness about governments that don't deliver, and, finally, the efforts of some governments to restore and strengthen democracy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science
This week, RBI director John Torpey interviews Prof. Enrique Desmond Arias, a professor of political science at Baruch College and the Graduate Center, about recent developments in Latin American politics. Arias delves into Peru's recent political unrest and how it resembles the times of Fujimori's authoritarianism and discusses the origins of polarization in the politics of Brazil. Arias also assesses the overall political situation of Latin America and highlights four phenomena: military and police repression addressed disproportionately to historically marginalized groups (not necessarily staging coups), the complacency of some political groups about authoritarianism, people's unhappiness about governments that don't deliver, and, finally, the efforts of some governments to restore and strengthen democracy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies
This week, RBI director John Torpey interviews Prof. Enrique Desmond Arias, a professor of political science at Baruch College and the Graduate Center, about recent developments in Latin American politics. Arias delves into Peru's recent political unrest and how it resembles the times of Fujimori's authoritarianism and discusses the origins of polarization in the politics of Brazil. Arias also assesses the overall political situation of Latin America and highlights four phenomena: military and police repression addressed disproportionately to historically marginalized groups (not necessarily staging coups), the complacency of some political groups about authoritarianism, people's unhappiness about governments that don't deliver, and, finally, the efforts of some governments to restore and strengthen democracy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
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Benito Arias Montano, sacerdote y persona muy cercana a Felipe II, puede ser considerado un verdadero polímata del Renacimiento español. Como sucedió con muchos de los intelectuales de la época fue señalado y perseguido, pero la mano del rey estuvo siempre a su lado para poder evitarle problemas. Jesús Callejo nos trae la vida de este intelectual cuyo eco aún es visible en los libros que hoy conserva la biblioteca de El Escorial, en donde fue bibliotecario durante diez años.
Do you think you can live your purpose as your business? Is there a place to be soulful and successful? Absolutely, and Ceil Arias, COO / Business Strategist talks about how it is all connected. This episode is about bringing your brilliance into your business, and being honest about what is working, what is scaleable and what is just a hobby. Celi brings honestly and hope to the work that is worth doing. Enjoy the episode. Learn more about Celi Arias at https://celiarias.com Check out Tipsy Tuesday here https://www.instagram.com/iamdoncelia/ Take her quiz https://quiz.celiarias.com Stay connected to Kate and upcoming events through www.katebrenton.com Are you feeling inspired to write? February Cohort of Sit & Write— where the spiritual & analytical sides of writing are come together for mission-led authors to get their work out into the world. Learn more & book your free consultation call here with ME! https://www.katebrenton.com/sitandwrite Do you love stories of INSPIRATION? Read Rebirth https://www.amazon.com/Rebirth-Real-Life-Stories-About-Happens-ebook/dp/B0B3V3JQT7 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kate-brenton/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kate-brenton/support
Benito Arias Montano, bibliotecario de El Escorial durante el reinado de Felipe II es uno de los personajes más singulares del Renacimiento español. A él le dedicaremos el cronovisor junto a Jesús Callejo. Luego viajamos a la España negra para conocer sus crímenes, una parte importante de nuestra historia. Lo hacemos junto a Alberto de Frutos, coautor junto a Eladio Romero de En la escena del crimen (Larousse 2022). Seguidamente nuestro compañero Miguel Lázaro, en su sección de Discos con Historia, nos presenta a una de las figuras claves de la música en las últimas décadas, David Bowie. Acabamos con Sebastián Vázquez, autor de Cristianismo primitivo (Editatum 2022). Con él hablamos de las claves de esta religión y su influencia en la sociedad moderna
President Biden said Thursday he has “no regrets” about keeping the discovery of mishandled classified documents dating to his vice presidency under wraps until after last year's midterms. After a month of more-than-abundant rainfall and years of drought in Fresno and the central San Joaquin Valley, the city of Fresno hopes to have an opportunity to buy discounted water from Millerton Lake that would otherwise flow down the San Joaquin River and be lost to the Pacific Ocean. Fresno City Councilman Garry Bredefeld found himself with an unusual ally against the council's emergency conditions that allow council members to join the meetings online: Miguel Arias. Save for the single member of the general public who spoke on the matter, the staff of, stakeholders in, and board of California's Water Resource Control Board Wednesday heaped praise on the State Water Resources Control Board's (SWCRB) first ever Racial Equity Action Plan.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Giants' Senior Director of International Scouting graciously spent some time talking with me about the latest class of international free agent signings, a class headlined by power hitting Rayner Arias. Salermo discusses Arias, as well as the organization's first amateur signing out of Taiwan in pitcher Chen-Hsun Lee. We also talk about the progress from last year's class and look forward to the coming year.If you're not already a There R Giants subscriber, now's a great time to become one as I'm just starting to roll out this year's Top 50 rankings for the organization.Intro/Outro: “Você Fica Melhor Assim” by Lô Borges Get full access to There R Giants at rogermunter.substack.com/subscribe
If you've only been focused on your marketing, you're missing a huge growth opportunity in the slightly less sexy systems in the rest of your business.Celia Arias walks you through when you need to scale or grow your business and how to do that in the best way for you instead of diving into the latest trendy business model.Key TakeawayYour internal systems are as important a component of your business growth as your more flashy external ones like marketing.We talk aboutWhere popular growth advice goes wrongHow to balance your focus between marketing and fulfilmentWhether you're growing or scaling and why it mattersThe fundamentals even established business owners missLinksTo read the transcript, grab the resources and explore other episodes go to dianemayor.com/195
Host T-Ray sat down with Hanshin Tigers legend George Arias (2002-04) to discuss his new job as Yomiuri Giants international scout, his relationship with current Tigers manager Akinobu Okada, his grown-up children and what they are up to now, and also his encounter with author James McKnight, who wrote a couple of books about his...
Net als na de tweede helft, is er ook na De Derde Helft een persconferentie. Voor een stukje nabeschouwing, een stukje duiding, een stukje diepgang. Perschef Gijs probeert de aanwezige journalisten in toom te houden, die de gast het hemd van het lijf vragen over alles wat wel of niet met voetbal te maken heeft. Met deze week: Fresia Cousiño Arias over het hebben van een droombaan, haar onbekende kant en wie de mol is.
The San Francsico Giants' Kyle Harrison is the game's best left-handed pitching prospect, according to MLB Pipeline. Drafted 85th overall in 2020 and signed to an overslot deal, Harrison has impressed from the beginning, but took huge leaps forward in 2022. Harrison led the Minors in strikeout rate and made 18 regular season starts in Double-A in what was his age-20 season. Now, Harrison has a chance to make a real impact in the majors for the SF Giants relatively early in 2023. The demise of the Giants' farm system has seemingly been overblown with the likes of Harrison, Marco Luciano, Casey Schmitt, and others headlining the org's collection of young talent. Carlos Correa's agent Scott Boras went into some more details about the Correa saga and specifically about the Giants and Mets. Boras essentially gave the Giants a pass, stating that a doctor had given them an opinion on the ankle that was unanticipated. However, Boras faults the Mets for knowing about the Giants' concerns but negotiating a 12-year, $315M deal anyway. And then the Mets ended up balking themselves and offering half of their original deal. Boras also stated that the San Francsico Giants had heavy interest in Brandon Nimmo, who eventually re-signed with the Mets. The SF Giants were active in the international market as the new signing period recently opened. The Giants signed 23 players in total on the first day they could, including Rayner Arias, who was ranked as the 15th-best international prospect by MLB Pipeline. Arias, who's 16 years old, draws some comparisons to White Sox outfielder Eloy Jimenez. Find and follow Locked On Giants on your favorite podcast platforms:
Welkom bij De Derde Helft. Zoals altijd behandelen wij alle potjes en alle teams na elke speelronde. Deze aflevering schoof Fresia Cousiño Arias aan om het samen met Pepijn, Snijboon en Gijs te hebben over onder meer over lievelingsspeler Wieffer, Pascal Jansen is een goede trainer, de opvolger van Madueke, Lauritsen de ultieme supersub, Jonk-ball en Australische rukkers.Kortom: alle antwoorden op vragen die je niet per se had.
INTRODUCCIÓNLos evangelios sinópticos nos hablan de historia de los endemoniados Gadarenos.Mateo registra a dos endemoniados, mientras Marcos y Lucas solo registran uno (no hay contradicción, sólo redacción de lo que él evangelista registró)Esta visita de Jesús a la región de Gadara es muy importante ya que muestra su poder contra los demonios que tienen la capacidad de influencia en el mundo físico.Support the show
Entrevista a Giselle Delgado Arias, Director de fotografía, operador de cámara y fotógrafo! Giselle estudió en la Facultad de Artes de los Medios de Comunicación Audiovisual (FAMCA) en Dirección de Fotografía. #GiselleDelgadoArias #DirectorDeFotografía #Cubanas
Hacer un podcast de temas paranormales, implica ciertos riesgos dificiles de medir.Hoy te hablaremos de nuestras experiencias como creadores de contenido paranormalLas historias que más nos han impactados.Los errores que hemos cometido.Lo que no volveriamos por hacerY lo que nos morimos por hacer ya.Si has leido hasta aquí, querid@ lectora y querido lector.Escribe en los comentarios de youtube de este video:"EL 2023 SERÁ MAS ATERRADOR" y te responderé : SHHH, guárdalo en tu oscuro corazóny solo tu y yo sabremos de que estamos hablando
La gripe asesina, el encuentro de los Sanzo y los Arias, el episodio del bar y la mala merienda, la vegana-no vegana, avocado toast, el recuerdo de la historia de la mayonesa, la colimba de Ronnie, "Sueños de barrilete", porque el tango es macho, "Un tranvía llamado deseo", un error de casting, la mujer que se negaba a morir, los colimbas se divierten, la tortilla del vivac, el sweater y la tricota, el demonio en el Soldado Arias.
La educación está de actualidad. Es la panacea. El bálsamo de Fierabrás que todo lo cura. Se repite que a través de ella se puede combatir el mal. Se habla de educar al maltratador, al violador, al asesino... hasta el punto de sostener que con una buena educación, no existirían. A pesar de esta afirmación, con tintes utópicos, no se puede decir que la educación sea una prioridad. Hablamos de todo ello, de la infancia, del bullying, de las bandas y de la maldad con el premiado profesor Toni García Arias, Mejor Docente de Primaria 2018 y Global Teacher Award 2021. Twitter: @FPCaballero y @ESCrimenes Instagram: @FPCaballero Correo: email@example.com Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
Hijos del tedio - SonchiRoma - Dinero PradaComo Me dijo Lavoe - Dinero PradaTime Runs - MJ MCLo dijo el viento - MJ MCLatinoamericano - Mr. GregRap Equa - PulpoFunky Flip - PulpoGordo Pesado - TonyusGess us back - TonyusWarrior - MC KoudjoeDespliegue - MC KoudjoeVale la pena - B.AIntro con Arias x Block Stage Milano.Bella DJ HALO!!
Hoy en | HABLEMOS DE LO QUE NO EXISTE | les presentamos el prometido EP: 054 | 7 Leyendas de USA | con la colaboración de el buen PACO ARIAS De @extraanormalpodcast Sábías que... algunos de los personajes más icónicos del CINE DEL TERROR, han intentado retratar o han sido influenciados por | THE HATMAN | o en español | EL HOMBRE DEL SOMBRERO | ¿Habías escuchado algo acerca de la palabra maldita CROATOAN y su relación con Stephen King? ¿Sabes por qué algunas personas arriesgan su vida para INVOCAR A BLOODY MERRY?, TODO ESTO abordaremos en este NUEVO Y ESPELUZNANTE episodio de HABLEMOS DE LO QUE NO EXISTE, en colaboración con el buen PACO ARIAS DE @extraanormalpodcast
Welcome to episode 197 of the EduMagic Podcast. Alexis Arias shares with me the ins and outs of alternative education and everything you need to know to get started in an alternative education classroom. During this episode, Alexis Arias shares her teaching story and what brought her into education. We answer the questions:What is an alternative education placement?Why should future teachers know about alt ed?What are some common misconceptions about alt ed?
Sad Boy For Real! Rising videographer, Ozzy Arias joins us & discusses the people who've helped him become the person he is today. Ozzy has worked with amazing creatives within Chicago, and they've all impacted his work ethic & personality. Currently, Ozzy is on tour with upcoming Latin artist Tokischa! Although he's traveling around the world, the impact his true home (Indiana) still remains.Ed Sheeran once said, “I was younger then, take me back to when / We found weekend jobs, when we got paid / We'd buy cheap spirits and drink them straight / Me and my friends have not thrown up in so long / Oh, how we've grown, but I can't wait to go home” an experience that we're all familiar with. Although, these people aren't as prominent in our life, the way the shaped us will forever be imprinted.
En Ivoox puedes encontrar sólo algunos de los audios de Mindalia. Para escuchar las 4 grabaciones diarias que publicamos entra en https://www.mindaliatelevision.com. Si deseas ver el vídeo perteneciente a este audio, pincha aquí: https://youtu.be/HASwiB5YaFo Hablaremos sobre un método para acompañar a las jóvenes en su paso hacia la adultez. ¿Por qué son importantes los ritos de paso? ¿cómo hacerlos hoy? Dafne en esta entrevista te dará información acerca de las nuevas mujeres y su transformación a la consciencia. Dafne Arias R. Mujer Medicina colombiana, comunicadora social de profesión. Autora de tres libros, guía y sanadora de temas femeninos. Maestra y terapeuta de sexualidad sagrada, Respiración Ovárica, TRE, Reiki. Sahumadora Tradición Muisca y Pranic Healing. https://matrizenflor.com/ https://www.instagram.com/matrizenflor/ https://www.facebook.com/matrizenflor Infórmate de todo el programa en: http://television.mindalia.com/catego... **CON PREGUNTAS AL FINAL DE LA CONFERENCIA PARA RESOLVER TUS DUDAS *** Si te parece interesante.... ¡COMPÁRTELO!! :-) DURACIÓN: 45m Aproximadamente ------------INFORMACIÓN SOBRE MINDALIA----------DPM Mindalia.com es una ONG internacional sin ánimo de lucro. Nuestra misión es la difusión universal de contenidos para la mejora de la consciencia espiritual, mental y física. -Apóyanos con tu donación en este enlace: https://streamelements.com/mindaliapl... -Colabora con el mundo suscribiéndote a este canal, dejándonos un comentario de energía positiva en nuestros vídeos y compartiéndolos. De esta forma, este conocimiento llegará a mucha más gente. - Sitio web: https://www.mindalia.com - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mindalia.ayuda/ - Twitter: http://twitter.com/mindaliacom - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mindalia_com/ - Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/mindaliacom - Vaughn: https://vaughn.live/mindalia - VK: https://vk.com/mindaliacom - Odysee: https://odysee.com/@Mindalia.com *Mindalia.com no se hace responsable de las opiniones vertidas en este vídeo, ni necesariamente participa de ellas. *Mindalia.com no se responsabiliza de la fiabilidad de las informaciones de este vídeo, cualquiera sea su origen. *Este vídeo es exclusivamente informativo.
The story behind the founder of “Ashlee's Toy Closet”—Ashlee Smith a 23 year old whose mission is to bring hope, joy and toys to kids across the country at a time when they need It the most. Also, Amy E. Goodman shares some last minute holiday gift ideas. Plus, founder of “Handle The Heat” Tessa Arias shares some baking solutions to help you with the most common cookie problems. And, Suddenly Santa: one lucky viewer gets a chance to win a surprise holiday gift.
Andy Arias has been in the entertainment industry for the last 10 years. As an actor and advocate he has worked on several productions as both an actor and an accessibility consultant. He has had the pleasure of working with Tom Hanks, Mark Ruffalo and Hilary Swank. He also works as national Policy Advisor for people with disabilities. He merges his policy and entertainment as often as possible. Andy has produced several films including The Unicorn Closet and Beyond Ones Heart and Extra Special. Andy's films always showcase the intersectionality between disability and LGBTQ with a Latin X twist. He is currently producing a documentary called Dani's Twins. Andy's goal as a producer is to create true portrayals of intersectionality through a diverse disability lens. The importance of employment, inclusion, living unapologetically within the community (LGBTQIA, BIPOC, and disability), and advocacy is dear to Andy. Andy sees so much more of what the disabled community can offer in the world (professional, social, and personal) and what the non-disabled can improve on as the world continues to evolve. "Disability isn't a problem or death sentence. Disability is a part of everyone's life."~~Andy Arias Andy Arias links: Website: www.theandyarias.com IMDB:http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3698261 LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/andyarias1 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/phenomenal-disabilities/message
Arias are the pieces for solo voice with instrumental accompaniment that are found in operas, oratorios, and cantatas. They're songs, in a sense, but they tend to be more musically elaborate and vocally demanding than the kinds of pieces we usually call songs.
INTRODUCCIÓN31 Descendió Jesús a Capernaum, ciudad de Galilea; y les enseñaba en los días de reposo.[a]32 Y se admiraban de su doctrina, porque su palabra era con autoridad.33 Estaba en la sinagoga un hombre que tenía un espíritu de demonio inmundo, el cual exclamó a gran voz,34 diciendo: Déjanos; ¿qué tienes con nosotros, Jesús nazareno? ¿Has venido para destruirnos? Yo te conozco quién eres, el Santo de Dios.Support the show
Linda Ronstadt sang "Love is a rose, but you better not pick it--only grows when it's on the vine." It's a song about how love only flourishes when tended to, when you don't pick and choose which parts of the whole to love. When you love the roots and thorns and leaves as much as the flower. For some, though, love is less like a rose and more like a burdock. Y'know? Those thorny little buggers that stick to your clothes? They stick to you and never let you go, even when you've picked them off the fabric and tried to throw them out. For them, love isn't something that you give up easily. For them, it can be deadly. Join us for the story of Ryan Poston, whose on-again/off-again romance with a beautiful grad student named Shayna Hubers turned into a nightmare of stalking, harassment, and murder. This case has striking similarities to the Jodi Arias story, and interestingly enough, the killer herself was obsessed with the Arias trial. Sources:CBS News: https://www.cbsnews.com/video/ryan-poston-murder-part-1-breaking-point-1/https://www.cbsnews.com/video/ryan-poston-murder-part-2-obsessed-1/ABC News: https://abcnews.go.com/US/shayna-hubers-granted-trial-juror-helped-convict-revealed/story?id=41661246CBS's "48 Hours," episode "Breaking Point"CBS's "48 Hours," episode "Obsessed"Oxygen's "Snapped," episode "Shayna Hubers"Lifetime's "Cellmate Secrets" episode "Shayna Hubers"Follow us, campers!Patreon (join to get all episodes ad-free, at least a day early, an extra episode a month, and a free sticker!): https://patreon.com/TrueCrimeCampfireFacebook: True Crime CampfireInstagram: https://gramha.net/profile/truecrimecampfire/19093397079Twitter: @TCCampfire https://twitter.com/TCCampfireEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgMERCH! https://true-crime-campfire.myspreadshop.com/
Archie Roach - One Song from the 2022 album My Songs: 1989 – 2021 on Bloodlines. Indigenous Australian singer-songwriter, activist, and author Archie Roach exited this mortal coil on July 30th of this year, leaving behind a legacy of powerful blues tunes telling the story of his painful personal history as well as those of the Aboriginal community. In his 66 years on the planet, 30 of them releasing music, he acquired numerous awards and accolades, including multiple ARIAs (Australia's version of the Grammy's), an International Human Rights Achievement award, and a hall of fame induction at the 2020 ARIAs. Shortly before his death, in February of 2022, Roach released the 44-tack anthology album My Songs: 1989 – 2021 which included a new song titled “One Song.” The softly-strummed six-minute song is sparse yet compelling, with Roach singing of a collective connection and the acknowledgment of and privilege to all come from one place. “Remember well what we have told you /And don't forget where you come from,” Roach warmly suggests. “Mother Earth will always hold you /And you are born of just one song.” Watch Archie Roach play the song live for Triple J's Like a Version at read the full post at KEXP.org.Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
INTRODUCCIÓNTenía tantos deseos (y aún los tengo) de que la gente creyera en Jesús que a mis 30 años llegando a NY le pedía a Dios que me permitiera caminar sobre el río Hudson con la finalidad que la gente creyera en Jesús● Un día me pregunté o quizá Dios lo hizo...¿apuntaría a Jesús si ese milagro o señal acontecimiento sucediera, o se me hincharía el corazón?... respuesta ...quizá se me in hincharía el corazón, por lo tanto dejé de desear eso.● Curiosamente hoy día puedo comprender que en nuestra experiencia personal y afinada con Jesús cada vez más y más nos volvemos expertos en caminar sobre las aguas.Support the show
Jodi Arias stabs her boyfriend, Travis Alexander, 28 times, shoots him and leaves him to die in a shower. Nancy takes a look back at the trial, finds out more about Arias' life behind bars and comments made by her cellmates. Why does she still get dozens of love letters? Joining Nancy Grace today Judge Ashley Willcott: Judge & Trial Attorney Dr. Brian Russell: Host of "Fatal Vows" Caryn Stark: Psychologist Alexis Tereszcuk- Crime Online Investigative Reporter Chris Hughes - Friend See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.