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Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach go through all the midweek games in the Championship. Slavisa Jokanovic leaves Sheffield United! Derby continue to fight! Swansea pass Barnsley to death! A controversial red at Coventry! It's the Second Tier. BET £10 and GET £30 + 10 free spins with our friends at FansBet! Claim the Welcome Offer here: https://bit.ly/32vU5Na #AD Website: www.secondtierpod.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featured ***Please take the time to give us a review and rating on whatever platform you listen to us on. It massively helps up and goes a long way towards us getting new listeners! Thank you.*** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join Matt Davies Adams, Adrian Clarke, Sam Parkin, and Jobi McAnuff for a look back on the EFL action from the weekend. Today: who's got a touch of the Brereton Diaz about them? What's West Brom's plan b? And who used the poo emoji to great effect? All very important questions plus we discuss Hull's back to back wins, ask why Johnnie Jackson hasn't got the Charlton job yet, and look back on some of the best man of the match prizes down the years RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - Hellos (01.00) PART 2a - Derby 3-2 Bournemouth (02.00) PART 2b - Fulham 4-1 Barnsley (06.00) PART 2c - Huddersfield 1-0 WBA (12.00) PART 2d - Hull 2-0 Birmingham (17.00) PART 2e - The Odds with Paddy Power (21.00) PART 3a - Charlton 2-0 Plymouth (24.00) PART 3b - Sunderland 2-0 Ipswich (29.00) PART 3c - Fleetwood 1-2 Morecambe (33.30) PART 3d - Bristol Rovers 2-1 Northampton (36.00) PART 3e - The Odds with Paddy Power (39.00) PART 4a - Leyton Orient 4-1 Sutton (40.00) PART 4b - Oldham 3-2 Port Vale (45.00) PART 4c The Odds with Paddy Power (49.00) PART 5 - Moments of Mirth (51.00) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode we review a seventh consecutive W for Fulham, who brushed aside basically bottom Barnsley with ease at the Cottage. Mitrovic scored in his seventh consecutive match and for the sixth time this season, FFC scored four goals in a match. We discuss Fabio Carvalho's impact, whether Michael Hector has done enough to keep his place now Tosin's suspension is over and just how important Harry Wilson is to this team. Finally, we look ahead to Derby County, as the Whites look to remain at the top of the league with a win against Wayne Rooney's doomed, but determined team.
This is our initial reaction show of Fulham's 4-1 victory against Barnsley.You can also listen to the show at Friends Of Fulham.https://www.friendsoffulham.com/forum/index.php?topic=83971.msg1293850#msg1293850
Join Matt Davies Adams, Michelle Owen and Adrian Clarke as they go through the biggest talking points from the EFL including Derby and Reading's deductions, Exeter's many subs, and find out all about the new man at the Barnsley helm. This week: who's to blame for the six subs at St James' Park? Who's Poya Asbaghi and what will he bring? And what would you do with a million pounds? Plus weekend previews and Steve Evans. RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Hellos (00.30) PART 2a - Derby deductions (01.00) PART 2b - Poya Asbahgi to Barnsley with Frida Fagerlund (06.00) PART 3a - Interview with Matt Taylor of Exeter (17.00) PART 3b - A replay of a replay (26.00) PART 4a - Weekend Previews: Championship (30.00) PART 4b - The Odds with Paddy Power (40.30) PART 5a - Weekend Previews: League One and Two (41.30) PART 5b - The Odds with Paddy Power (48.00) PART 6 - Moments of Mirth (53.00) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The final international break of the calendar year is over, and it was an eventful one for Fulham's players, but mostly for Aleksandar Mitrovic, who scored a crucial goal for Serbia to send them to the World Cup finals. We discuss his redemption, and also round-up the rest of the FFC players who were away on international duty. In part two, Izzy Barker joins us to discuss the Fulham women's team who played in the FA Cup first round on Sunday against Oxford United. It was a 3-0 defeat, but Fulham played valiantly in front of a sell-out crowd, so plenty to be optimistic about. Finally, we preview Barnsley on Saturday, discuss whether the discourse around Scott Parker is unfair and ask Peter who the nicest three Fulham players he's met are. He wasn't very happy about it.
Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach look ahead to the weekend's Championship games and talk about some of the news from the past few days. Barnsley raid Sweden! Points deductions for Derby and Reading! Chris Wilder's first game at Boro! Andy Carroll is back! It's the Second Tier. Website: www.secondtierpod.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featured ***Please take the time to give us a review and rating on whatever platform you listen to us on. It massively helps up and goes a long way towards us getting new listeners! Thank you.*** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Johan om method acting inom idrotten och i supporterlivet. Anders vet vilken svensk anfallare som fick proffsdrömmen krossad på grund av mögel.Dessutom: Upprättelse för Camp Sweden, Birros transferliv, Benny Hill i Bristol, den bortglömde Gunder Bengtsson, sportchefslajv, vågen i Sevilla och Poya Asbaghis möjligheter att bryta mönstret i Barnsley.
00:00 - 15:00 - Championship: Andy Carroll, Steve Morison, Barnsley rumours 15:30 - 51:30 - League One 51:30 - end - League Two This podcast is sponsored by Betfair. Join the NTT20 Squad on Levellr! An EFL Community on Telegram with non-stop EFL chat and bonus video & audio content from George & Ali. Join with a 2-week free trial & then £4.99 per month: bit.ly/3hBgv4L
Joanne Harris is a writer who is best known for her novel Chocolat, which was made into an Oscar-nominated feature film starring Juliette Binoche and Johnny Depp. The daughter of an English father and French mother, Joanne was born in Barnsley and her first few years were spent living above her grandparents' sweet shop. Her parents were both teachers, and her first language was French. She went on to read modern and medieval languages at Cambridge University and taught French for 15 years, writing fiction in her spare time. Her first two novels were not successful and initially Chocolat looked set to follow suit: some publishers thought it was too indulgent to appeal readers in any great number, but the story's combination of food and magic won many fans and it became a word of mouth hit. Since then, Joanne has written 18 more novels, along with novellas, short stories, the libretti for two short operas, several screenplays and three cookbooks. Her books are now published in over 50 countries and have won a number of British and international awards. Joanne lives in Yorkshire and works from a shed in her back garden. Presenter Lauren Laverne Producer Paula McGinley
Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the World Series of Darts Finals. Cameron Menzies (13:03) calls in to look back on his recent Welsh Open title win, qualifying for Lakeside, the last few years on the Challenge Tour and also picks his worst time out! Gordon Mathers (31:16) chats to Matthew Kiernan at Sunday's Basingstoke Open ahead of a big last week of ProTours in Barnsley this week. Kirsty Hutchinson (40:14) stops by to reflect on her Welsh Open title win, securing a debut at Lakeside, the current state of the ladies game, as well as the reason behind her walk-on choice! *** Sponsorship available! Want your business advertised on the show? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and a free copy of our new sponsor brochure! *** Enjoy our podcast? Make a one-off donation on our new Ko-Fi page here: ko-fi.com/weeklydartscast Support us on Patreon from just $2(+VAT): patreon.com/WeeklyDartscast Thank you to our Patreon members: Phil Moss, Gordon Skinner, Jan Echtermann, Thomas Page, Terence Harrison, Bill Richards, Craig Weight
Joining Matt Davies Adams this week is Adrian Clarke, Sam Parkin and Nancy Frostick to discuss the latest goings on from the football league. This week: sacking season gets into full swing as it's Cox out and Barnsley are all Schopped out. Elsewhere Rotherham, Newport, and Orient all hit five stars - despite the ref at Brisbane Road getting his timings mixed up. And are West Brom a bit one dimensional? All that plus a celebration of Neil Warnock RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - Hellos (01.00) PART 2a - Stoke 3-3 Cardiff (05.00) PART 2b - Bristol City 2-1 Barnsley (11.00) PART 2c - Fulham 3-0 WBA (15.00) PART 2d - The Odds with Paddy Power (19.00) PART 3a - Rotherham 5-1 Sunderland (22.30) PART 3b - Crewe 1-4 MK Dons (26.00) PART 3c - Sheff Weds (31.00) PART 3d - The Odds with Paddy Power (33.00) PART 4a - Cox sacked (35.00) PART 4b - Leyton Orient 5-0 Hartlepool (40.00) PART 4c - Newport 5-0 Stevenage (46.00) PART 5 - Neil or No Neil (51.00) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A brace, his third of the season, from Austrian international Andreas Weimann earned City the points to end their wretched run of home form. Drink up thee Cider was played to an emptying stadium for the first time in over 600 days but City were far from convincing against lowly opponents and if they had lost the game 2-4 it would have been a fair reflection on the game as a whole. As it was two well struck goals in 5 minutes just before half time were enough to keep City mid-table with a third of the season gone and just 5 points outside the playoffs. Ian, Mark and DaveP discuss the match action and look forward to two games on the road in the midlands this coming week.
A Happy Halloween for Bristol City fans as we put to bed the home win hoodoo with a victory against Barnsley. It was by no means pretty much a wins a win!!! Poltergeist Patch and Matt Witchers are joined by Lee Ghoul for this one!
First on the agenda for Stuart Rayner, Ben McKenna and Mark Singleton is how Leeds United are coping and whether this weekend's clash with Norwich City is yet in ‘must-win' territory. They also cast an eye over the Championship fortunes of Huddersfield Town, Sheffield United, Barnsley, Middlesbrough and Hull City, as well as the performance of Doncaster Rovers, Sheffield Wednesday and Rotherham United in League One. And, finally, how well-placed are Harrogate Town and Bradford City in League Two?
Recorded on Thursday 28th October 2021. A new episode of SHU Football Forum, hosted by Joseph Hadfield and Connor Thorpe, with Josh Chapman unavailable. The boys review Barnsley v Sheff Utd and Sheff Wed v Lincoln. They also preview Sheff Utd v Blackpool and Cheltenham v Sheff Wed, plus there's another round of Unpredictable and Joseph deputising for the local round-up.
Our Chris Wynn returns to Xtra duties as we face Rotherham United this Saturday, and joining him to chat about t'Millers (and a bit about t'footballing hotbed that is Yorkshire) is Rotherham's official match commentator - Matt Goodwin!What's the crack?Before we get going... Matt took part in the making of an exceptional 2018 documentary film about Barnsley by the name of 'Daydream Believers' - so how did all that come about?How did Matt become the Rotherham commentator?How are the Millers doing this season? Are the fans still happy with manager Paul Warne?How stable is the club since dropping into League One after that mad end to the Championship season?Are they confident Warne will take them back up?What should we expect from Rotherham's players this Saturday?Oh and how is our old friend Will Grigg? Have flames been sighted at all?All this and a lot more! A lovely chat with a lovely lad! Listen in! #SAFC #RUFC #EFL #LeagueOne See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In a break away from our usual podcast format this episode is all about the music created by Barnsley Museums over the last few years. Most of the songs have additional content to watch and read: 'Of The River' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSRBjDRBXTw Barnsley Libraries Youth Music Project https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdMUDCpsH1I&list=PLlPUNLu4xzunFELWYq5ngEnjsWmbQTqwx Women of The Working Class: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8OQK8BRvhY Newcomen Engine blog: https://barnsleymuseums.art.blog/2020/05/01/digging-the-earls-great-engine/
Ben and Andrew have mixed feelings after a 3-2 win at Barnsley, but still enjoyed a rare slice of the Lys Mousset experience as his goals plus another productive showing from Ben Osborn are (just about) enough to beat a lacklustre Barnsley. Plus, a preview of this week's visitors, Blackpool FC. Thanks for listening, and UTB! Follow Ben (@bladespod) and Andrew (@panchero) on Twitter, and check out the award-winning www.roysviewfrom.com for all the latest views from opposition fans before and after our games. BladesPod is brought you by NordPass, the new generation password manager where security meets simplicity. Get a special 50% off NordPass at https://nordpass.com/bladespod or use code bladespod when you sign up - you also get an additional month FREE.
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Don Goodman and Michelle Owen to assess all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.The panel dissects all the most recent news and talking points from the EFL, while we also hear from Fulham midfielder Tom Cairney in Ten To Tackle.In the Championship (from the start) the panel take a look Mick McCarthy's sacking by Cardiff after their eighth-straight defeat, Bournemouth's continued impressive form at the top of the table, and good wins for Middlesbrough, Millwall and Blackpool - who beat Preston in the first West Lancashire derby for more than a decade.Then it is to the other end of the table and another battling draw for Derby, a good week for Peterborough and more concern for Barnsley.We also hear from Tom Cairney in Ten To Tackle (37m30s), as the Fulham midfielder reveals all as he answers our quickfire questions. In League One (41m14s) the panel analyse what went wrong for Nigel Adkins at Charlton and who could succeed him after their surprise win at Sunderland, the recent plight of Portsmouth, Ipswich's upturn in form and the shock departure of Bolton captain Antoni Sarcevic to National League side Stockport.And in League Two (58m58s) it is a look at the appointment of James Rowberry at Newport, Northampton's good run and Hartlepool's stunning comeback - with a bit of Jeff Stelling thrown in!All that and much more!
Cardiff City sack Mick McCarthy whilst the pressure builds on Grant McCann and Markus Schopp at Hull City and Barnsley. This podcast is sponsored by Manscaped, get 20% off and free worldwide shipping with the code 'CHAMPCHAT'. FOLLOW US AND SUBSCRIBE APPLE: https://apple.co/30CZexh SPOTIFY: https://spoti.fi/2BCchUP TWITTER: @CHAMPCHATPOD24 INSTAGRAM: @CHAMPCHATPOD SUPPORT US: ko-fi.com/champchatpod
Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the European Championship. Jonny Clayton (13:03) calls in to look back on his World Grand Prix title win in Leicester, his rise into the world's top eight, and answers Burton's darts-related plastering question! Ron Meulenkamp (37:09) discusses his career in darts so far, his aims to reach the top 32 in the PDC, and what it's like to work on Dutch TV with Co Stompe! Plus, Alex and Burton review all of last weekend's action in the European Championship, look ahead to this week's ProTour and Women's Series action in Barnsley, and answer your listener questions. Enjoy! *** Order Keith Deller's book '138: Game, Shot and the Match' here: Amazon WH Smith *** Sponsorship available! Want your business advertised on the show? Email email@example.com for more details and a free copy of our new sponsor brochure! *** Enjoy our podcast? Make a one-off donation on our new Ko-Fi page here: ko-fi.com/weeklydartscast Support us on Patreon from just $2(+VAT): patreon.com/WeeklyDartscast Thank you to our Patreon members: Phil Moss, Gordon Skinner, Jan Echtermann, Thomas Page, Terence Harrison, Bill Richards
Joining Matt Davies Adams this week we have Adrian Clarke, Sam Parkin, and Michelle Owen to talk through everything football league from the Bluebirds getting bluer to an owls' ability to turn its head around. This week: have things finally clicked for Russell Martin? Is James Mclean Wigan's best signing? And is Salford's patience bringing the goods? All that plus Neil Warnock's awful impression, Reading's rise, and cheese and onion crisps, yes or no? RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - Hellos (01.00) PART 2a - Fulham 4-1 QPR (03.00) PART 2b - Swansea 3-0 Cardiff (10.00) PART 2c - Sheff Utd 2-1 Stoke (16.00) PART 2d - Reading 1-0 Barnsley (22.00) PART 2e - The Odds with Paddy Power (27.00) PART 3a - Bolton 0-4 Wigan (30.30) PART 3b - Shrewsbury 1-0 MK Dons (35.00) PART 3e - The Odds with Paddy Power (39.00) PART 4a - Salford 2-0 Hartlepool (40.00) PART 4b - Oldham 3-0 Stevenage (45.00) PART 4d - The Odds with Paddy Power (50.00) PART 5 - Moments of Mirth (51.00) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Reading FC, once again, had John Swift to thank for a 1-0 win over Barnsley on Saturday that perhaps will not live long in the memory. Yet, the Royals' ability to salvage three points when not at their best could be a very telling sign, as Marc Mayo and Alan ‘Westy' West sit down to discuss the match. In this week's episode of The Tilehurst End Podcast, we also answer your Mailbag questions, run over the latest club Newsbites, and look ahead to Blackpool in Big Match Preview. Sponsored by ZCZ Films, The Tilehurst End Podcast can be taken in via PodBean, Spotify, Acast, YouTube or iTunes. Furthermore, thanks to all listeners who continue to pledge to our Patreon campaign. Listeners can always get in touch with the podcast via our Twitter and Facebook pages as well as our email, firstname.lastname@example.org, with thoughts on the show, opinions on the team, and potential topics to sink our teeth into always welcome. Show Order Recap - 01:49 Mailbag - 12:55 Newsbites - 24:59 Big Match Preview - 26:24
Kevin and Kieran find out what might happen now Derby County have appealed their points deduction for going into administration, and find out why Barnsley have closed the West Stand at Oakwell. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @pof_pod Support The Price of Football on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/priceoffootball Check out the Price of Football merchandise store: https://the-price-of-football.backstreetmerch.com/
Aaron Paul is joined by QPR chief executive Lee Hoos and former Hull City manager Phil Brown, who talks about his departure from Southend at the weekend. Fresh from announcing his retirement from football, ex-Swansea winger Wayne Routledge joins the podcast to discuss his future plans. Sutton United manager Matt Gray gives us insight into his side's rapid rise into the League Two play-offs. And with the FA Cup first round proper just one victory away, Pontefract Collieries boss Craig Rouse looks ahead to his team's mouthwatering derby against FC Halifax.
Barnsley 1990 - Luton Town 1976 - Sheffield United 1895 - Stoke City 1988 - Huddersfield Town 1927 - join Neil Fissler and yours truly for these games and many tangents in between ...Arrivederci Millwall ...NickSupporting @lionsfoodhub See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach look back at their league table predictions from the start of the season and reassess the expectations of each team. Coventry for the top 6? Are Sheffield United still promotion contenders? Barnsley for the drop? A top 3 come Spring? It's the Second Tier. Win big money in our Who Knows Wins league! You just have to correctly predict Championship results! Download the app here: apple.co/3kfC8st Website: www.secondtierpod.co.uk Twitter: twitter.com/secondtierpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjqVFKB1yw2z_XyVINhB9qA/featured ***Please take the time to give us a review and rating on whatever platform you listen to us on. It massively helps up and goes a long way towards us getting new listeners! Thank you.*** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
James Kelly hosted the NOLUT Team of Patricia Maslin, Stan Godwin and Bethany Warren in our 10th New Freedom show of the 2021/22 season. The show featured:The team reviewed our fixture against Barnsley;Debbie Julians and Harvey Brown asked for donations to support The Lions Food Hubhttps://www.bankuet.co.uk/lionsfoodhub;Former Millwall captain Les Briley talked about his life with the Lions as a player and in many other roles from Academy coach to Hospitality host. Millwall Lionesses were reviewed by Jeff Burnige; the Millwall Romans v Millwall Pride match and their involvement in an LGBTQ+ event hosted by Clare Balding at Chelsea FC was discussed by General Manager Paul Loding.Jack Wheeler, new Lionesses manager gave his reaction to his appointment.Sean Daly, CEO Millwall Community Trust spoke about Kelly and Ellen's ‘Big Day' last Saturday; the appointment of Jack Wheeler as manager to The Lionesses; walking sports for older members of the community; October Half-Term Football & Multi-Skills Camp for young people; and highlighted other activities being programmed by the Trust.Bethany Warren: Millwall hospitality and sponsorship opportunities through Andrew Stead of the Commercial Dept and The Lions Roar Fanzine;Patricia Maslin: Who is on next week's show and the Proper Blokes Club and their regular weekly walk and talks;Stan Godwin: The Millwall Lionesses sponsorship. He added recruitment information for both the Lionesses and Romans.
This is a super special episode in partnership with Barnsley Civic as part of their No Boundaries season. No Boundaries is a season of exhibitions, performances, community projects and workshops amplifying the voices and creativity of disabled artists as well as other communities under-represented in the arts and exploring the barriers that those communities face in society. For this episode, we're exploring the intersections between class and disability and have invited special guest Sarah along. Sarah talks about what it's like to be autistic and looks back on her childhood, discusses the fact women are under-diagnosed, what it's actually like to get diagnosed, how becoming a parent shifted things for how she was able to cope and where she's at now. As ever, we finish on what people can do to be kinder and how the world can be more accommodating to those with autism
Jonathan Oakes is joined by Andy Hinchcliffe and Lee Hendrie to assess all the latest from the Championship, League One and League Two.The panel dissects all the most recent news and talking points from the EFL, while we also hear from Barnsley striker Cauley Woodrow in Ten To Tackle as he answers our quickfire questions.In the Championship (from the start) the panel discuss defeats for West Brom and Fulham, and assess where the two early frontrunners are as we head into the international break. Bournemouth now lead the way, and Stoke and Coventry claimed big wins to underline their credentials. Elsewhere, Cardiff and Middlesbrough's struggles went on, Bristol City continued their impressive form away from home and Blackpool claimed another big win.We also hear from Barnsley forward Cauley Woodrow in Ten To Tackle (40m10s).In League One (47m00s) we look back at a big win for Portsmouth and Danny Cowley over Sunderland, Wycombe's incredible 4-3 win against Morecambe and whether Doncaster can build on a surprise win over MK Dons and start to climb the table.And in League Two (58m30s) the panel assess Michael Flynn's departure from Newport, Forest Green's continued dominance at the top, a satisfying win for Ben Garner and Swindon against Bristol Rovers, and Bradford beating Rochdale.All that and much more!
Following defeat to Derby in midweek, Reading bounced back with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Cardiff City on Saturday afternoon. The Tilehurst End Podcast is back to discuss victory in the Welsh capital, with Olly Allen being joined by Adam Jones and Ben Thomas. There's praise for Veljko Paunovic, praise for the impact of the summer signings and, er... constructive criticism for George Puscas. Plus, the boys answer your questions in the mailbag, get the latest from STAR in newsbites and take a brief glance ahead to home fixtures against Barnsley and Blackpool after the international break. Sponsored by ZCZ Films, The Tilehurst End Podcast can be taken in via PodBean, Spotify, Acast, YouTube or iTunes. Furthermore, thanks to all listeners who continue to pledge to our Patreon campaign. Listeners can always get in touch with the podcast via our Twitter and Facebook pages as well as our email, email@example.com, with thoughts on the show, opinions on the team, and potential topics to sink our teeth into always welcome. Show Order Recap - 3:39 Mailbag - 32:50 Newsbites - 44:06 Big Match Preview - 52:10
A hard fought away win at Oakwell in the pouring rain, what more can the travelling Lions support ask for than a fine 88th minute winner from man of the match Murray Wallace?Arrivederci MillwallNick@AchtungMillwall0208 144 0232 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Party Day with Carl Firth in conversation with David Eastaugh Party Day were an English goth/indie rock band formed in 1981 in Wombwell near Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England, originally a four-piece consisting of guitarists Martin Steele, Greg Firth, bassist Carl Firth and drummer, Mick Baker. Their sound was described as being "hard knuckleduster goth with post-punk overtones". The band were formerly called 'Further Experiments' (1979–81) but refocussed as Party Day. They released their first single, "Row the Boat Ashore" c/w "Poison" on their own label, Party Day Records in 1983, and was well reviewed - "their simpering and delightful sound is a thing of beauty". Their second single, "The Spider" was described as "Excellent punk junk howl" and was played on John Peel's BBC Radio 1. We shall hopefully continue to see them rip up the roots of this bland desolate music industry.
Matt Davies and Greg Mitchell break the glass on the emergency podcast button - Nottingham Forest are good again! It might not last, or it might, but we look back on the brilliance of beating Barnsley in (Steve Cooper) style.
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We are heavily assuming if you are reading this article you are already well educated on the nutrition and climate science that supports grass-fed, pasture-raised beef and lamb from New Zealand. But to also go on to assume that just because consumers may be wealthy and educated, doesn't necessarily mean they will choose to purchase red meat as often as they once did. They have been afforded the privilege of having a food identity. You can throw all of the complex science at the human health vs planetary health debate or the plant vs meat debate, but it will mean nothing without cohesive global storytelling as this week's guests from around the world highlight. Over the course of 3 months, Sarah Perriam has been collecting interviews from experts across the globe for this very special Opinion Maker episode to try and answer the burning question for New Zealand's sheep & beef farmers, "How does meat compete with the negative narrative globally?" This episode features : Prof. Frederic Leroy, Professor of Food Science and Biotechnology Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, presented at both the 2019 Red Meat Sector Conference (NZ) and presented at Multiscapes, the international virtual conference in 2021 (NZ) and explains the complex, binary discussion surrounding meat. Fiona Windle, Head Nutritionist at Beef + Lamb NZ who highlights the ever-evolving narrative towards meat that lacks nutritional importance when discussing climate change off the back of the Barnsley report published in 2021 that illustrates substituting meat from the average diet would lead to only a 3-4% decrease in an individual's lifetime global warming impact. Anne Mottet, Sustainable livestock development at United Nations Food & Agriculture Organisation, France, discusses balancing the Sustainable Development Goals of nutritional needs as discussed at the 2021 UN Food Systems Summit with the climate needs on the table at 2021 UN COP26. Kate Gower-James, Aitkens Ranch based in San Francisco about the US Wholefoods consumer, the trends of food identity, trusting your meat marketer to keep up with the latest consumer trends, and how positioning accredited storytelling on meat is important. Laura Ryan, the co-founder of the Global Meat Alliance, has rallied the global red meat community to work together on the common challenges, collaborating through COVID in the lead-up to COP26. Dave Courtney, Silver Fern Farms chief customer officer discussing their research and pilot for carbon-neutral meat and regenerative agriculture and how NZ sheep & beef farmers can prepare themselves for these trends.
Ben Brereton Diaz stole the show for Blackburn Rovers as they thumped Cardiff City 5-1. Coventry continued their fantastic form but there is concern for Middlesbrough, Barnsley and Hull City. FOLLOW US AND SUBSCRIBE APPLE: https://apple.co/30CZexh SPOTIFY: https://spoti.fi/2BCchUP TWITTER: @CHAMPCHATPOD24 INSTAGRAM: @CHAMPCHATPOD SUPPORT US: ko-fi.com/champchatpod
This is a super special episode in partnership with Barnsley Civic as part of their No Boundaries season. No Boundaries is a season of exhibitions, performances, community projects and workshops amplifying the voices and creativity of disabled artists as well as other communities under-represented in the arts and exploring the barriers that those communities face in society. For this episode, we're exploring the intersections between class and disability and have invited the very excellent Rachel along. Rachel shares her experience of hearing loss and discusses what diagnosis looks like, disclosure and agency, being able to share her needs, societal and internalized shame, the politics behind identifying with the word Deaf and also disabled, barriers to work and communication, how covid-19 impacted on the Deaf and hard of hearing community and how we can all help to make their lives easier
This is episode 7 of our series Re Thinking Sport in collaboration with Portas, the global strategy consultancy dedicated to sport and physical activity. The subject is multi club ownership in European football, and our guest is Paul Conway, head of Pacific Media Group, one of the pioneers of the genre. Pacific Media recently completed the takeover of Dutch club FC Den Bosch, which becomes the seventh club in the group, which also includes English club Barnsley, AS Nancy in France, KV Oostende from Belgium, Denmarks's Esbjerg. So we ask, how does it work in practice, what's the strategic advantage to each club and what's the impact of on areas such as player transfers, performance data and the role of managers. Paul Conway gives us an hour of his time for what feels like a genuine inside look at how professional football works today, if you work in sport, it's one you need to hear. The other voice you'll hear is that of my co-host in this episode, Patrick Massey, partner at Portas Consulting who really helped to ask the right questions. As ever, if you like the podcasts you'll love the Unofficial Partner newsletter, that goes direct to the inbox of thousands of senior executives across the global sports business every Thursday. To join them, sign up via unofficialpartner.com
After a number of draws, AFC Bournemouth got back to winning ways at the weekend - as they managed to wrecked the Tykes - psyche, in an accomplished display of control, flair, and hunger. The 3-0 dispatching of Barnsley was one of those performance that you could purr at - indeed, it was purr-fect. If we were to be picky we’d probably be recording this suggesting that we should have won 10-0, but with a trio of goals at the Vitality, with two from our left back extraordinaire, it made September 11th 2021 a very good day indeed! Thank you to everyone who has contributed to all our platforms. If you’re enjoying this show, you can help support us by buying us a coffee at https://www.afcbpodcast.com/coffee – we really appreciate it!
Kate, Luke and Pete are here to sift through the good, the bad and the questionable from another round of Now That's What I Call Deadline Day.We're swiping right on Transfer Tinder for likes of Odsonne Edouard and Dan James, while Alex Witsel's coach has snuffed out rumours on Twitter. We also hear of some noble deeds - from Troy Deeney, who leaves Watford after eleven years' service, and Willian, who leaves Arsenal after the world's most ludicrous contract.Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In 1837 Godfrey Barnsley purchased 3,645 acres of land that had recently been acquired from the Cherokee people in the coercive Treaty of New Echota and opened up for settlement by force. But Barnsley was not concerned and planned to build an extravagant mansion for his wife and family on what legend claims was the sacred ground for generations of Cherokee– a tragic mistake that led to a series of unfortunate events for the Barnsley family. Be sure to check out our all new podcast Ghost Tour today! We are finalists in the 2021 Paranormal Podcast Awards! Please take a minute to vote for Southern Gothic in the Best Ghost Stories category today! Help Southern Gothic grow by becoming a Patreon Supporter. Website: SouthernGothicMedia.com Merch Store: https://www.southerngothicmedia.com/merch Pinterest: @SouthernGothicMedia Facebook: @SouthernGothicMedia Instagram: @SouthernGothicMedia Twitter: @SoGoPodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In 1837 Godfrey Barnsley purchased 3,645 acres of land that had recently been acquired from the Cherokee people in the coercive Treaty of New Echota and opened up for settlement by force. But Barnsley was not concerned and planned to build an extravagant mansion for his wife and family on what legend claims was the sacred ground for generations of Cherokee– a tragic mistake that led to a series of unfortunate events for the Barnsley family. Be sure to check out our all new podcast Ghost Tour today! We are finalists in the 2021 Paranormal Podcast Awards! Please take a minute to vote for Southern Gothic in the Best Ghost Stories category today! Help Southern Gothic grow by becoming a Patreon Supporter today! Website: SouthernGothicMedia.com Merch Store: https://www.southerngothicmedia.com/merch Pinterest @SouthernGothicMedia Facebook: @SouthernGothicMedia Instagram: @SouthernGothicMedia Twitter: @SoGoPodcast
In this episode Tom, Andy and To discuss the recent fixtures of Northampton and Barnsley. The chaps then turn their focus to the upcoming Blackpool and Reading fixtures. This podcast is kindly sponsored by Shortland Horne - Coventry's leading estate agents. Let's all sing together... Don't forget to follow us on all of our social channels: www.twitter.com/skybluesextra www.instagram.com/skybluesextra www.facebook.com/skybluesextra www.youtube.com/skybluesextra
Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the latest PDC Super Series! First, former BDO major winner Jim Williams (12:21) calls in to look back on a successful first weekend on the UK Challenge Tour, winning a title and topping the Order of Merit at the halfway point of the season. Next, Shaun McDonald (35:26) joins us after winning his first PDC title on the UK Challenge Tour at the weekend, and discusses his comeback year in darts. Then, commentator Chris Murphy (1:09:51) stops by to reflect on a busy last few weeks, commentating on the ProTour and the Online League, as well as the last 12 months in the world of darts. Plus, Alex and Burton give their thoughts on last week's action in Barnsley and Milton Keynes, as well as the recent announcement of an extended PDC Women's Series. Enjoy! *** Sponsorship available! Want your business advertised on the show? Email email@example.com for more details! *** Enjoy our podcast? Make a one-off donation on our new Ko-Fi page here: ko-fi.com/weeklydartscast Support us on Patreon from just $2(+VAT): patreon.com/WeeklyDartscast Thank you to our Patreon members: Phil Moss, Gordon Skinner, Jan Echtermann, Thomas Page, Terence Harrison