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Hayley Tamaddon, a passionate advocate for environmental conservation, has joined the fight against plastic pollution in the North West. Best known for her roles in popular television series like Coronation Street and Emmerdale, Tamaddon hails from the coastal town of Blackpool, where she developed a deep appreciation for the beauty of the natural world.With a three-year-old child of her own, Tamaddon recognizes the urgent need to address plastic pollution for the sake of future generations. She firmly believes that while progress is being made in phasing out single-use plastics, there is still much ground to cover. Tamaddon's dedication to this cause extends to sharing practical advice on how to responsibly manage plastic waste.Startling statistics reveal that each year, a staggering 14 million pieces of plastic find their way into our canals and rivers, with approximately half a million eventually flowing into our oceans. Alarmingly, experts warn that by 2050, the oceans could potentially contain more plastic than fish, a dire scenario if urgent action is not taken.Tamaddon's involvement in the campaign is crucial, especially in light of the prevailing misconception that fishing gear is the primary contributor to ocean plastic. In reality, a significant 80% of oceanic plastic originates from inland sources through rivers and coastlines, driven by factors such as littering and overflowing bins.Furthermore, recent research highlights a pervasive littering issue in the North West, where over three-quarters of residents have witnessed discarded food containers and plastic bags along the roadsides. This underscores the pressing need for increased efforts to combat littering and reduce single-use plastics.Despite this challenge, Tamaddon remains optimistic about the future. She firmly believes that collective action, informed choices, and responsible waste disposal practices can make a significant impact. As she prepares for her upcoming role in the UK tour of "Everybody's Talking About Jamie," Tamaddon is eager to leverage her platform to inspire positive change and promote a cleaner, healthier environment for all. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ross and Ben discuss a sumptuous win over The Trotters in difficult circumstances. They break down individual performances as well as the collective mentality of the squad. Positions and solidarity are up for debate in the mailbag and they look ahead to visits to Exeter in the Pizza Cup and Blackpool in the league. Thank you as always to you, our listeners and of course our main sponsors, ZCZ films for their ongoing support. Follow Ben on Twitter @mrblthomas Follow Ross on Twitter @WebberRoss Follow The Tilehurst End on Twitter @TheTilehurstEnd
As the increase in referrals to the Gender Identity Development Service increases, the profile of the young people seeking treatment changes too. There are now two natal girls for every natal boy, a complete reversal of what it had been a decade before. Polly Curtis tries to make sense of this change and goes to Blackpool which has the highest referral rate of anywhere in England. Listen to the full series today. For the premium Tortoise listening experience, curated by our journalists, download the free Tortoise audio app. For early and ad-free access to all our investigative series and daily and weekly shows, subscribe to Tortoise+ on Apple Podcasts.If you'd like to further support slow journalism and help us build a different kind of newsroom, do consider donating to Tortoise at tortoisemedia.com/support-us. Your contributions allow us to investigate, campaign and explore, and to build a newsroom that is responsible and sustainable. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode the PTID guys turn to their old pal and longtime listener Chris Hodges and his daughter to be their long distance correspondents. Who was great in Blackpool? Who screwed the pooch? These Rebellion vets give a thorough retelling of the entire weekend. With music from Svetlanas, The Stitches, Rumkicks, Zoundz, The Blue Carpet Band and The Wasps.
Emma Kenny dives deep into the mystifying case of Charlene Downes, the British teenager who vanished from the bustling streets of Blackpool. Delving beyond headlines, we explore the twists, turns, and unanswered questions surrounding Charlene's disappearance. Join Emma as she combines her psychological acumen with hard-hitting facts to shed light on this decades-long mystery that still haunts the UK.
Nunes is off to Man City after refusing to train! We also review the wins against Everton and Blackpool and look ahead to the away game vs Palace on super Sunday! last but not least we discuss the spicy transfer rumours that are hotting up! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mal and Barry reflect on a dramatic weekend of Premier League action which featured comebacks and late goals all over the division. Plus, it's EFL Cup week and banana skins abound. The slate includes Everton's trip to Doncaster while Wolves host Blackpool. Join the SGPN community #DegensOnly Exclusive Merch, Contests and Bonus Episodes ONLY on Patreon - https://sg.pn/patreon Discuss with fellow degens on Discord - https://sg.pn/discord SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app Check out the Sports Gambling Podcast on YouTube - https://sg.pn/YouTube Check out our website - http://sportsgamblingpodcast.com Support us by supporting our partners Circa Sports - Enter their contests for a chance to win your share of $14 Million - https://www.circasports.com/ Gametime code SGPN - Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code SGPN for $20 off your first purchase - https://gametime.co/ DraftKings code SGP - $5 bet gets you $200 in bonus bets - https://www.draftkings.com Factor Meals code SGPN50 - 50% off Factor Meals - https://www.factormeals.com/sgpn50 Underdog Fantasy code SGPN - 100% Deposit Match up to $100 - https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-sgpn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
For your Sunday Special this week, Gary and Charlie are picking over the excellent 3-0 win against Blackpool.We're talking about what went right for us, and what went wrong for Blackpool. In addition, we pick up on the investment announced over the weekend, and we're looking ahead to Sheffield United in the League Cup.Can 3,000 travelling fans hope for an Imps' victory?"This Podcast has been created and uploaded by Gary Hutchinson of the Stacey West Podcast. The views in this Podcast are not necessarily the views of talkSPORT.” Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's Gary and Chris this week, picking over the new third kit, amongst other things.We're also talking about Jorge Grant, Tyler Walker, League One as a competition and much more. Find out which dead musician would play the afternoon slot at Gary's fictional festival and where Chris would like to see the Imps visit should we ever get to Europe.SPOILER - There are at least three things Gary and Chris disagree on this week. What is wrong with the world? Also, Charlie is on - Tom Mayne joins him from the It's Not Orange Podcast, talking all things Blackpool. Is it worth your time? Let's hope so."This Podcast has been created and uploaded by Gary Hutchinson of the Stacey West Podcast. The views in this Podcast are not necessarily the views of talkSPORT.” Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Sam's open the show with Ipswich and Leicester undefeated and at the top of the championship, while Wednesday is still desperate for their first points of the season. In League 1 Portsmouth, Blackpool, and Wigan are all undefeated but none of them are in the top 5. Finally, Wrexham has the honor of being the league's highest-scoring club but also the club with the worst goal conceded. Like and follow wherever you get Podcasts. www.Dufootballshow.com www.DUdripshack.com Facebook @DUfootballshow Instagram @DUfootballshow Twitter @DUfootballshow YouTube @DUfootballshow
Welcome to Meets, the podcast where we meet a whole bunch of lovely people! This week, Bex has been chatting to Frank Cottrell-Boyce about his new book, The Wonder Brothers! Frank's eager to chat all things magic, naming his favourite magicians and telling Bex all about his love for Blackpool! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jon and David chat about Exeter's 0-0 draw to Blackpool. David is convinced Jon will be watching Exeter in the Championship next season. Jon has the handbrake on, fully. Thanks for listening! You can follow us on Twitter @mynewfootyclub and on instagram @mynewfootballclub And if you'd like to receive episodes early and be part of an Exeter community - where we chat once a month and talk lower league football and Exeter amongst other stuff, including creating our own make believe football team - Gorcester UTD then sign up to Patreon.com/davidearl Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join us in this episode of Chatzzz as we sit down with Karen Walsh, the Director at Paramount Legal Costs Limited. Karen shares her personal journey and the challenges she faced after failing her GCSE maths and english.As a dedicated mother of two daughters, Karen opens up about the real-life struggles of balancing motherhood and career.But that's not all – we delve into Karen's not-so-secret cheesy obsession with whodunnit novels and reminisce about her time at Blackpool & Fylde College, where she pursued Hospitality & Catering. We also explore her role as a Sales Executive at Langdale Leisure.At Paramount Legal Costs, Karen, along with Directors Martin Walsh and Christine Marsh, has fostered a team of skilled Legal Costs Draftsmen & Costs Lawyers who provide personalised and professional costing services. They prioritise building long-term business relationships and offering tailored solutions to each client's legal costing needs. Tune in for a candid conversation with Karen as we uncover her inspiring journey and the success story of Paramount Legal Costs Limited.
BREAKING NEWS is that today's guest is back soon filming for Coronation Street. She won two British Soap Awards and an NTA for her role as Bethany Platt and she will reportedly be back on our screens after Christmas. In the chart topping behind the scenes TV Podcast, Director Lee Salisbury catches up with LUCY FALLON to talk about her 5 years on the cobbles as well as life away from the street. The sun is starting to make an appearance so they chat everything holidays, including Lucy and the donkeys in Blackpool. Remember there are over 80 episodes of SOAP FROM THE BOX to listen to right now, as well as spin off show POP FROM THE BOX. RITCHIE NEVILLE from boyband Five was Lee's guest n Friday so do not miss it. Join us on social media @soapfromthebox and tell us who want to listen too Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode #51 of the Training Ground Guru Podcast, in association with Hudl, features two guests: Bolton manager Ian Evatt and his Sporting Director Chris Markham. Simon Austin sat down with the duo at the club's Toughsheet Community Stadium ahead of the new season. It's rare to get a manager and Sporting Director speaking together like this, so we hope you enjoy it… SHOW NOTES => 1:53: Having a blank canvas when they arrived at the club. 5:35: Setting a game identity, which then helps with recruitment. 9:58: Establishing this identity at Barrow, where it became known as futbol club de Barrow! 13:45: Pressing strategy and splitting the pitch into five zones. 16:00: Scouting process. Allying data and video. Chris being a data translator. 21:50: Ian seeing a big part of his role as a manager being to develop players. 'Re-recruiting players every day.' Looking for hungry players. 24:02: Scouting for character/ psychology. Young players having a problem dealing with adversity/ not being resilient. Mental health and wellbeing. 26:35: Treating people as individuals/ realising they are motivated by different things. How to give feedback. Young players want detail. B team. 33:36: Progression of the game. Playing in Premier League with Blackpool and not doing opposition analysis/ having any out-of-possession strategy. 37:16: How a manager should behave on the touchline. 40:16: Loans. Why big clubs want to send their players to Bolton. Difficult for big clubs to develop young centre backs. James Trafford. 48:11: Academy/ developing their own players. Having a genuine B team. 53:09: Using Hudl and Wyscout for the B team and first team. Having an analysis culture. 54:43: Chris's work on penalties at the Football Association. 56:28: Chris: ambitions for Bolton in next few seasons. 57:17: Ian: personal ambitions. Wanting to become the first manager to take one club from League Two to the Premier League.
A legfrissebb rész szinte teljes egészét a Darts World Matchplaynek szenteltük, amelyen új győztest avattak. A hét világbajnokból egy sem jutott a legjobb nyolc közé, de a színvonal és az izgalom így is adott volt.
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We're back to discuss pretty much everything in the world of Argyle that's happened over the summer break. Jon, Joe, Dan and Sam join Aaron to discuss the #incomings of Morgan Whittaker, Bali Mumba, Conor Hazard, Kaine Kesler-Hayden and Julio Pleguezuelo, Pre-season games against Hearts, Plymouth Parkway, Blackpool, Torquay United and Forest Green Rovers, the winners and losers of the break, changing in tactics, formations and structures, Adam Randell's new contract, changes to the ownership structure and Argyle Green's future with the club, Michael Cooper's co-commentary, updates on injuries, involving youth prospects, Will jenkins-Davies' move on loan, utilising the National League South, survival hopes, using the loan market, dropping over two million pounds on transfers and pulling other club's pants down! All that and so much more! It's great to be back! #pafc Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hanna Frostman is back with a special episode ahead of the Women's World Matchplay! Our producer brings us an on the road episode from Blackpool and chats with six of the players competing at the Winter Gardens on Sunday afternoon. Robyn Byrne (00:32) stops by to talk through her start in darts, beating a 10-year-old Beau Greaves to win the World Youth Masters, captaining Ireland's women's team, winning her first PDC Women's Series title earlier this year, and her aims to be a regular at the Women's World Matchplay. Noa-Lynn van Leuven (4:19) also joins us to discuss securing the last spot in the field for the Women's World Matchplay on the final day before the cut off, as well being the first trans woman to play in a televised PDC tournament this weekend. Rhian O'Sullivan (10:14) chats with us ahead of her Women's World Matchplay debut, the confidence she gained from winning her first Women's Series title on her way to qualifying for Blackpool, and why she thinks we're in for an exciting session of darts. Aileen de Graaf (14:53) also stops by to look back on her run to the final of the first Women's World Matchplay last year, having goosebumps while playing at the Winter Gardens, and her take on the growing standard in the ladies' game. Mikuru Suzuki (18:28) joins us to chat about being the player to end the 70-match winning streak of Beau Greaves on the Women's Series and the return of the Asian Tour this year and competing against the best players in Asia. Beau Greaves (22:43) also chats with us ahead of her debut in the Women's World Matchplay, going in as the number one seed for the tournament, why she wants to earn the title tomorrow with good performances, and if we could see her in the Modus League. *** Thank you to Dartwolf for sponsoring this podcast. Follow Dartwolf on Twitter @Dartwolf180 and check out dartwolf.tv for more #DynamiteDartsContent *** 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, Connor Ellis, Bill Richards, Scott Hunt
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Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode ahead of the World Matchplay. Alex and Burton look ahead to the biggest darts tournament of the summer and discuss this year's line up of players as well as who they think should be going to Blackpool as the favourite. The team also give their predictions on who will win the Phil Taylor Trophy and also pick out a darkhorse from the unseeded players, before discussing this week's announcement that Paddy Power has taken over from Cazoo as the new title sponsor of the PDC World Championship. Raymond van Barneveld (19:44) calls in ahead of his first appearance in the World Matchplay since 2018. The five-time world champion reflects on his comeback from retirement, as well as outlining his goals for the rest of 2023 after qualifying for Blackpool for the first time in five years. Sky Sports pundit and commentator Mark Webster (59:55) also joins us to help preview the World Matchplay. The former world champion delves into all things darts and makes his predictions for who will win the World Matchplay and Women's World Matchplay titles next week. Danny Noppert (1:27:01) joins us for the first time ahead of his latest World Matchplay campaign. The 2022 UK Open champion looks back on his career so far, rising through the ranks in the BDO and reaching a Lakeside final, before making the switch over to the PDC and becoming a major winner and a top eight player. *** Thank you to Dartwolf for sponsoring this podcast. Follow Dartwolf on Twitter @Dartwolf180 and check out dartwolf.tv for more #DynamiteDartsContent *** 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, Connor Ellis, Bill Richards, Scott Hunt
Are you ready for a break? Do you just need to get away? YLT understands, so let's escape for a bit and go on holiday together! In this episode, we will:- examine the history of leisure in Britain and the evolution of paid leave from work- consider how public transportation increased mobility and accessibility to the seaside from Victorian era onward - take a look at the Victorian trend of “dark tourism”- study the legislation and cultural shifts that gave working class people opportunities for leisure- take a deep dive into the legacy of the great British Holiday Camp, with a special focus on Butlin'sEveryone deserves a holiday from time to time, and that includes you! So roll up, roll up - we're leaving the city and heading to Skegness!For more fun, photos, and to see our sources, please visit our show notes, or reach out to us on the socials:Instagram: yesterdayslondontimespodcastFacebook: Yesterday's London TimesTwitter: @YLT_PodComing soon: more on Reddit & TikTok
Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the European Darts Matchplay. Alex and Burton review the weekend's action in Trier, focusing on Luke Humphries' major prospects after winning a fifth career European Tour title, and discuss how Dirk van Duijvenbode will bounce back from missing four match darts to win the title. The team also give their reaction to the draw for the World Matchplay and pick out their favourite first-round ties, before discussing the announcement from the WDF that the World Masters will not be held in 2023. Shot Darts managing director Peter McCormick (19:19) calls in to chat about their big signing announcement at the weekend. Peter discusses the signing of world number one Michael Smith to Shot Darts, as well as look back on the 50+ year history of the company and touch on their plans for the future. Belgium's rising star Mike De Decker (53:58) also stops by ahead of making his World Matchplay debut next week. One of only two debutants in the field for Blackpool this year, Mike reflects on the last few years, including a late call-up to Ally Pally which saved his tour card, before making strides on the ProTour with quarter-final and semi-final runs, and then a maiden Players Championship final earlier this year. *** Thank you to Dartwolf for sponsoring this podcast. Follow Dartwolf on Twitter @Dartwolf180 and check out dartwolf.tv for more #DynamiteDartsContent *** 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, Connor Ellis, Bill Richards, Scott Hunt
The NHS is 75, but it's birthday that comes with warnings that the institution – like many of the people it serves – is showing signs of ageing badly. The Health Service is arguably a victim of its own success with people genera living longer than in previous generations, but with conditions that require long term care – including dementia, diabetes and heart disease. A combination of austerity and the pandemic has left waiting lists for non-emergency operations at record levels – so too is health inequality, which means that a men in parts of Blackpool die on average 17 years earlier than their counterparts in posh areas of London. Former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair is calling for an expanded role for the private sector in a new paper for his think tank. Adrian Goldberg discusses this with Chris Thomas Head of the Commission on Health and Prosperity at the IPPR think tank and Dr Andrew Meyerson, an A&E doctor in East London.Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg and Harvey White. Funded by subscriptions to the Byline Times. Made by We Bring Audio for Byline Times. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's Thursday 25th May 2023 in this evening show we are discussing the reappointment of Neil Critchley as Blackpool's new manager, almost a year after he walked out of the club. We'll also be catching up on all the latest news since the last pod including relegation, the retained list and season ticket prices. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Anna Woodside / @annawoodside is currently the dance captain for the West End production of Frozen! More on Anna: Theatre: White Christmas and We Will Rock You (Dominion Theatre); Oklahoma! (Chichester Festival Theatre); Man Of La Mancha, Sunset Boulevard, Carousel and The Wizard Of Oz (London Coliseum); Dick Whittington (London Palladium); The Last Tango (Phoenix Theatre); Cats (London Palladium / Wintergarden, Blackpool); Dance ‘Til Dawn (Aldwych Theatre / UK tour); My Fair Lady (Sheffield Crucible); Candide (Osaka / Tokyo); Shall We Dance (Sadler's Wells); Guys And Dolls (Piccadilly Theatre); Never Forget (UK tour); Peter Pan (Birmingham Hippodrome); Saturday Night Fever (Victoria Apollo, UK tour / Germany); Fame! (Edinburgh Playhouse / Larnaca, Cyprus); Starlight Express (Victoria Apollo). Television: The Royal Variety Performance (ITV); Parkinson (ITV); Blue Peter (BBC). Film: Artemis Fowl; The Goodbye Girl. https://builtforthestage.com/ - fill out the form and ask about our next fitness challenge! www.broadwaypodcastnetwork.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
From exercise on prescription to museum visits and debt advice. Christienna Fryar hears about social prescribing projects which are trying to link up the arts with other services to improve people's health and tackle loneliness. These include wild swimming in the waterways of Nottinghamshire, the “Arts for the Blues” project based in the North west of England, a pilot programme in Scotland called “Art at the Start”, and a community hub at the Grange in Blackpool. Helen Chatterjee, Professor of Human and Ecological Health at UCL is heading a programme which brings together a range of national partners including NHS England's Personalised Care Group, the National Academy for Social Prescribing, and the National Centre for Creative Health. Myrtle Emmanuel, Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management & Organisational Behaviour at the University of Greenwich is starting a project aiming to have an impact on mental health by using Caribbean folk traditions working with communities in Greenwich and Lewisham, which have the fastest growing Caribbean communities in London. Christienna Fryar is a historian of sport and the history of Britain and the Caribbean. She is a BBC/AHRC New Generation Thinker You can find more about the projects Helen is involved in https://culturehealthresearch.wordpress.com/health-disparities/ You can find out more about projects being funded by the AHRC including Myrtle's in this article https://www.ukri.org/news/ahrc-projects-kickstart-future-of-health-and-social-care-dialogue/ Producer: Jayne Egerton This New Thinking conversation is part of a series marking NHS75 made in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council, part of UKRI. If you don't want to miss an episode sign up for the BBC Arts & Ideas podcast from BBC Sounds.
From the U.N.'s International Court of Justice to the bejeweled Strictly ballroom at Blackpool, this week's guest's journey to the midpoint has been quite an extraordinary one. Gabby chats with barrister and broadcaster Rob Rinder MBE, ahead of the release of his debut novel The Trial. They talk about everything from why it's important that we keep in mind the myriad of human reasons why people behave in the way they do, how forgiveness is sacred but is not the same as forgetting and how Rob lives in forgiveness even though his family were victims of the Holocaust, to why he can't bear the “farting smugness” of some yoga classes and why he will forever be a match-maker and a romantic! Psychotherapist and best-selling author, Julia Samuel, also joins to offer an expert view on inherited trauma and behaviours, and practical ways to help you deal with that – which is the focus of her latest book Every Family Has A Story. Julia mentions the work of Charles Duhigg around habit forming and you can find out more about his work here. The latest of Rob's factual series, The Holyland and Us - Our Untold Stories, is also still available to watch on BBC iPlayer. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
"Memories - Le partite della nostra storia" è l'appuntamento di AS Roma Podcast per ricordare le gare che hanno rappresentato snodi importanti, fissando le caratteristiche, lo stile e il modo d'interpretare il calcio della Roma e dei suoi tifosi.Cappellini, Scaratti e Zigoni. Con questi tre giocatori, il 24 giugno 1972, la Roma guidata da Helenio Herrera segna tre gol al Blackpool e si aggiudica il torneo Anglo-Italiano allo stadio Olimpico. Ascolta MEMORIES - Roma-Modena 1941/42Ascolta MEMORIES - Sampdoria-Roma 1990/91Ascolta MEMORIES - Roma-Leicester 2021/22Ascolta MEMORIES - Roma-Broendby 1990/91Ascolta MEMORIES - Roma-Inter 2009/10Ascolta MEMORIES - Roma-Milan 2000/01Ascolta MEMORIES - Lazio-Roma 2009/10Ascolta MEMORIES - Roma-Chievo 2013/14Ascolta MEMORIES - Lione-Roma 2006/07Ascolta MEMORIES - Lazio-Roma 2005/06Ascolta MEMORIES - Juventus-Roma 2000/01
In this episode we talk to crime fiction legend Mark Billingham about his new book The Last Dance, discuss Hitler's dream of a Nazi playground in Blackpool, England, and Abir tells us about his 'Broken Arse' hell
The NHS is poorly. We place an ice-cold stethoscope against the chest of the health service and what do we hear? Exhausted staff fuelled by red bull and bitterness. Money tumbles through its body like a Blackpool coin pusher, landing in the gaping maw of a private equity-owned foot scrape clinic. A man with a pitchfork through his head being told to lose weight. Diagnosis: It's wrecked. --- Support us on Patreon (only if you can!): patreon.com/mandatoryredistributionparty --- Mandatory Redistribution Party is created and produced by Sean Morley and Jack Lewis Evans. Our title theme was created by Ella Jean with additional music from Sean Morley and Jack Lewis Evans. This episode contains interviews with Student Nurse Josie Stripe, Occupational Therapist Erin Cullen and a student nurse and senior sister who chose to remain anonymous.
ONW - Ep 199 Big weekend in Wrestling. Reviews of NOC / DON / and even NXT Battle Ground NOC / WWE Is the Heavyweight championship a Mid card belt? Who is next for Seth Rollins? Gunther V Ali was a massive over delivery Where does Ali go after this? Right move to put the title on Asuka Thought the mist angle was awkward. Zoey Stark push Was Trish win the right move? MOTN - Rhea v Natalya Cody and Brock needed a stip to make sense Hell in the cell next? Wonderful entrance / intro promo from Sami, the beginning of the end of the bloodline Thought it was odd they highlighted Mustafa Alis Muslim heritage but glossed over Samis. But still, amazing moment for Sami. -Triple threat with Roman and the Usos? Does Solo go Solo or unite with the Usos? Can Roman be a threat alone? AEW / DON Pre show match was trash, tired of all of this storyline. Bad Jeff Hardy bump, fire him. -Gunns should join bullet club gold Fantastic battle royal to open the show. Loved the Finish. Give Big Bill a Push (he ruled) -What's next for Orange? Feud with Swerve? Could definitely see them putting the belt.on Swerve Sabu was kind of pointless, match was Meh, lame finish to cole and jericho Commentators pointed this out to, no one was sure what his role was. -there's something intriguing yet irritating about a pairing of Jericho and Saraya Wardlow and Christian over delivered, but i'm still not sold on wardlow, shouldn't have cut his hair Definitely a roller-coaster of a match, Wardlow saved the match at the end with the Swanton. Got the crowd into it. -What the hell was all the Arn stuff? Is this the end of the feud or more to go with Lucha Saurus? Should they make Luchasaurus and Wardlow a tag team? Arn with the blood all over his mouth was an interesting visual Hoping Jamie Hayter is ready to go for All In, but right call to put the belt back on Toni Storm Could definitely tell they were structuring the match around the hurt arm, but they still kept the believability up. But definitely the right move to set up the chase for Wembley. I love Jeff Jarret and was very entertained by the Tag Title match. -Guitar bump for aubrey Decent match with Jade and Taya. Had me thinking that Taya would win. Great to see Statlander return, hope she stays healthy Jade had a banger of an entrance. Reminded me a lot of Wrestlmania 9 when Yokozuna put up the title right after beating Brett Hart and lost it to HH. Doesn't feel like as big of a win.. Trios titles Acclaimed vs HoB. What was with the Acclaimed waving dealers choice. Missed an opportunity. Good line about Murphy and Dom. Billy Gunn yelling 'fuck you" while doing the famouser on Brody was hilarious. Fantastic 4 way wrestling match for the Championship, but MJF was never going to lose. Everyone had a special entrance except Jack Everyone did a spot where they hit their mentors finishers The MJF mic spot Perry debating a turn MJF did a Candido tribute spot "blond bombshell" top rope power bomb -Did they just babyface sammy? Im more interested in him than ive ever been after that match. The human Centipede Spot and the masterful way MJF won. Congrats to Tay and Sammy Anarchy in the Arena was fun, what was up with the lead singers mask? They need a redzone type gimmick to watch those matches properly. -How did they do the shoe pyro? -I hate thumbtacks in feet Kenny Omegas post match promo - 2 friends from new Japan NXT Battleground Wes Lee v Tyler Bate v Joe Gacy -Wes Lee is good, but Bate should have won. Bates old music was better I dig the Heritage cup rules and think they should go more with it. Noam Dar defeats Dragon Lee Gallus sucks but the Creed brothers need to get called up very soon. Should work with chad gable in some fashion or form, maybe even Kurt Angle Great last man Standing match. Dragunov is incredible. Crying selling Tiffany Stratton is money As is Carmelo Hayes. They are calling up Bron Breker soon ohnowrestling.com patreon.com/onrs twitch.tv/onrslive 407-906-6466 LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL!
AEW Double Or Nothing 2023 full show review, and results with JDfromNY. JDfromNY reviews AEW Double Or Nothing 2023 for May 28th, 2023 on Off The Script. AEW returns to Las Vegas, Nevada in the T-Mobile Arena for Double or Nothing 2023. We will see which of the four pillars of AEW stands strongest when MJF, Darby Allin, Jack Perry, and Sammy Guevarra vie for the AEW World Championship Title. Blood was promised when the Elite and the Blackpool Combat Club face each other in Anarchy in the Arena. Adam Cole tries to get revenge on Chris Jericho in an unsanctioned match. Babyface and heel roles are reversed when former friends Toni Storm goes after Jaimie Hayter's AEW Women's World Championship. Jade Cargill faces the gravest threat to her AEW TBS Championship when Taya Valkyrie comes for it. A worn-down Orange Cassidy defends his AEW International Championship from twenty other men in a Blackjack Battle Royal, and the AEW World Tag Team Championship, the AEW Tag Team Championship, and the AEW World Trios Championship will all be defended too.
Aaron Paul looks ahead to the EFL play-off finals. He's joined by two Wembley winners in Stevenage boss Steve Evans and Wycombe defender Joe Jacobson. They speak to Coventry keeper Ben Wilson and Carlisle boss Paul Simpson, and also hear from Luton's Mick Harford. Plus the panel reflect on managerial movement in League One with Peterborough signing up Darren Ferguson and Blackpool re-appointing Neil Critchley. TOPICS: 5:20 – Luton-Coventry, 26:10 – Sheff Wed-Barnsley, 32:15 – managerial movement, 35:30 – Stockport-Carlisle.
Adam and Michael preview this weekend's AEW Rampage...The CM Punk saga CONTINUES!The Blackpool Combat Club vs. Best Amigos!Jade Cargill's Open Challenge!Can The Acclaimed continue their momentum?Are The Gunns getting DELETED?!ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@AdamWilbourn@MSidgwick@WhatCultureWWEFor more awesome content, check out: whatculture.com/wwe Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
AEW Dynamite 5/10/23 full show review with JDfromNY. JDfromNY reviews AEW Dynamite for May 10th, 2023 on Off The Script. In the next chapter of their feud that started in 2019, Kenny Omega and Jon Moxley collided in a steel cage match tonight in the main event of AEW Dynamite, and to the shock of everyone, Don Callis betrayed the Elite, and joined the Blackpool Combat Club, taking the feud to the next level. Also, Orange Cassidy defends the AEW International Championship against Daniel Garcia of The JAS, and the Trios Championship will be on the line as The House of Black take on The Best Friends, and Bandido.
AEW Dynamite 4/12/23 full show review with JDfromNY. JDfromNY reviews AEW Dynamite for April 12th, 2023. Jeff Hardy makes his return to AEW after being away nearly a year after his 5th DUI offense. Is it too soon for Jeff Hardy to return to AEW, and can we trust him? Also, Chris Jericho meets Keith Lee for the first time one on one, Darby Allin battles Swerve Strickland, and Orange Cassidy defends the AEW International Championship against Buddy Matthews in an absolute BANGER
AEW Dynamite 3/29/23 review with JDfromNY. Adam Cole returns to in ring action! At the inaugural AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door pay-per-view last summer, Adam Cole participated in a four-way match for the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship. During that multi-man title clash, the 2022 men's Owen Hart Foundation Tournament winner suffered a severe concussion. Now, after nine months on the sidelines, Cole will return to the ring and battle Daniel Garcia in a singles bout. Seven nights ago, the Jericho Appreciation Society member confronted the three-time ROH World Champion. Two title bouts are set to take place this evening, including Kenny Omega defending the IWGP U.S. Heavyweight Championship against United Empire's Jeff Cobb. That match occurs just one week after Omega defeated El Hijo del Vikingo in a non-title match. Meanwhile, Orange Cassidy will put the AEW International Championship on the line when he takes on The Butcher. Blackpool Combat Club's Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli, and Wheeler Yuta are penciled in to face Dalton Castle and The Boys (Brandon and Brent) in a trios match tonight. It will be the final time current ROH World Champion Castagnoli and reigning ROH Pure Champion Wheeler will perform in the ring before their respective title defenses this Friday night at ROH's Supercard of Honor 2023 pay-per-view. Elsewhere, "Jungle Boy" Jack Perry goes up against The Firm's Matt Hardy, and Willow Nightingale takes on The Outcasts' Ruby Soho.
“Sacked in the morning? Don't think so.”Ian Holloway has so many famous one-liners that there are two entire books just of his quotes. But there's more to him than those soundbites.Kate sits down with the former Crystal Palace, QPR and Blackpool manager to discuss how he's brought up three deaf children, how that's informed his management in incredible ways, and his view of the chaotic relegation scrap this season!Who would you like Kate to speak to next? Tweet us @FootballRamble and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.Sign up for our Patreon for exclusive live events, ad-free Rambles, full video episodes and loads more: patreon.com/footballramble.***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!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.