Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach go through all the games from the weekend in the Championship. Swansea dominate the South Wales derby! Bournemouth keep getting better! Ruthless Mitrovic! Boro are like a box of chocolates! 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
Welcome to TLG and to our series of interviews from the 2021 Bournemouth Air Festival. Both the RAF and the Royal Navy took part in the flying display at Bournemouth, as did the Army, who were superbly represented by the Tigers Free-fall Parachute Display Team. These guys from the Princess of Wales's Regiment and Queens Division do this in their spare time as parachuting isn't part of their normal army life – that tends to be left to the Parachute Regiment. But they're all highly qualified, as to be a display jumper you need to have an A-Licence which you can only get after a minimum 200 jumps. Private Will Simms from the team was kind enough to drop in on us the morning after a particularly Top Landing himself on Bournemouth Beach the previous day.
Growing up in South Africa during the apartheid era, Singer/Songwriter/Musician Ron Delmar has a special place in his heart for young South Africans. After seeing a young South African boy walking down the street one day, Ron was inspired to write “Road to Gold.” Through his song, Ron shares hope for all in South Africa, especially for young Africans having the opportunity for education in the new South Africa. The song not only has a message for South Africans, but young people across the world. On tomorrow's show, I'll be talking to Ron from Bournemouth, England, about this song along with his background as a singer/songwriter/musician and other songs he has written.
In our last league game, Bournemouth overcame a deficit for the first time this season as Solanke and Billing netted inside three minutes to ensure that Boscombe go top of the table at a rain-soaked Dean Court against Sheffield United. Fans were nervously optimistic despite the bore-draw against Peterborough, and in the pub beforehand, 2-1 seemed to be the fashionable scoreline. True to form, Bournemouth delivered - and whilst Solanke's penalty levelled things up, Billings effort effectively killed the game. When Phil Bill scores, Cherries do not lose! In this podcast Sam Davis speaks with Neil Dawson, Jeff Hayward, Mr Tigz and Tom Jordan about the crucial win. Plus, Jeff Hayward chats to Marc Billing, father of AFC Bournemouth BALLER Philip in this candid interview about being a parent of a professional footballer. What's it like being the parent of a player that has overcome tough times to stick it out and then go on to tear it up in one of the most popular leagues in the world? What's it like to see your son getting criticism, is it hard to bite your tongue? And does he feel when the crowd are singing his name and loving every minute of seeing him in action? We talk to him about Philip's rise in football, the social media criticism, the amount of input he has with his moves, and the pride he feels at seeing his son succeed. 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!
In this Dry Shade Special podcast episode, Mike dispels the common fear around planting in a dry, shady area. Many gardeners, irrespective of their knowledge and experience, visibly quake at the knees at the mention of 'dry shade'. So, in this episode recorded in his own back garden, Mike talks through the plants he has used to great effect to bring a dry shady border alive, year-round with trees, shrubs, perennials, grasses and spring flowering bulbs. It probably goes without saying that a dry, shady border isn't going to hold the same magnificence and impact of a burgeoning, summer border in full sun. However, the beauty of an edge of woodland shade planting with stunningly choreographed foliage plants, spring bulbs, deliciously scented shrubs, ferns and grasses carries its own gentler, quieter beauty. As always, if you have any questions about this episode, and in particular a dry shady border of your own, please contact Mike through the podcast email address, firstname.lastname@example.org. As promised, here is the plant listing discussed in today's episode, alongside some pictures of Mikes beautiful dry-shade border in his Bournemouth garden on the south coast of the United Kingdom. Plant list: There are many plants that will cope and thrive in dry shade. A little homework beforehand to check on how much shade specific plants can cope with is advisable. The following list of plants are those which thrive in Mike's dry, shady border - See pictures here! Acers in variety, tree ferns (Dicksonia antartica), Skimmia japonica 'Rubella' / 'Fragrant Cloud' / 'Kew White', spotted laurel (Aucuba japonica), winter box (Sarcococca confuse, S. hookeriana), Mahonia 'Charity', climbing hydrangea (Hydrangea anomala subsp. petiolaris), hydrangeas in variety, hellebores in variety, pheasant grass (Anemanthele lessoniana (syn. Stipa arundinacea)), hakon grass (Hakonechloa), narcissus, snowdrops & tulips in variety, ferns in variety (incl Dryoptris affinis 'Cristata', Asplenium scolopendrium, Polystichum setiferum, Dryopteris erythrosora), epimediums in variety, heucheras in variety (incl Heuchera 'Obsidian', H. 'Marmalade', H. 'Fire Chief'), foxgloves (Digitialis purpurea), Podophyllum 'Spotty Dotty', astrantia in variety, hosta in variety, hardy geranium (incl Geranium phaeum 'Samobor', G. phaeum 'Album'), Persicaria 'Red Dragon', camellias in variety. Thank you for listening to this episode, and please do FOLLOW/SUBSCRIBE and if you listen on Apple PodcastS, please do leave a REVIEW.
Dan, Suzana, and Flavio host a conversation with Lawrence Savill about Spiritualism and Spiritism. Lawrence is a Spiritualist from the Poole Spiritualist Church and, together with Fabricio Assunção from the Spiritist Society of Bournemouth, they've been carrying out joint events over the past year. Larry brings a great lens through which we can understand this close relationship between Spiritualism and Spiritism.
If you missed 2 hour the Afro*Disiac Radio Block of Frankie B's Reggae Session, here is your chance to catch the repeat! We start off with a little of that Boom Bap Dancehall, it's that classic Boom Bap Hip Hop Beat with some serious contenders lighting their mics up. Both Classic and New Tracks from Sizzla, Mega Banton, Shabba Ranks, Capleton, Buju and Kabaka. We then hit you with some great tracks for the rest of the hour before a deep dive into Riddims, we do a little crate diving to some obscure hits and remixes before ending the show with a little Dub. Catch us the first Tuesday of Every Month on Afro*Disiac Radio out of Bournemouth, UK 2-4pm local time!
Ben and Andrew talk through the season so far, including the Bournemouth game, and ask which of our opinions have changed the most in the 11 games to date. In the second half of the podcast we discuss which players' stock has risen the most so far this season... and which players have seen their reputation take the biggest nosedive. Thanks as always for listening to BladesPod, and don't forget to check out the critically-acclaimed www.roysviewfrom.com and follow Ben (@bladespod) and Andrew (@panchero) on Twitter.
Welcome to TLG and to our series of interviews from the 2021 Bournemouth Air Festival. Since its launch in 2008, the Bournemouth Air Festival has established itself as one of the UK's leading public aviation events, and is estimated to generate in the region of £30 million pounds annually to the local economy. It's certainly highly regarded by aviation fans and display teams alike as it attracts top acts in the air, at sea, on the ground, including most years music acts, not least Roy Stride & Scouting For Girls who've been regular headliners on the main festival stage. Sadly Roy was unable to join us in Bournemouth this year, but the three of us went without him anyway, much to the disappointment of the organisers in particular who'd only invited us in the first place because of Roy's long association with the festival. But we were made to feel incredibly welcome and were hugely impressed by the scale of the event. We spoke to Bournemouth Air Festival Director Jon Weaver about the challenges involved in getting an event of this scale up and running, especially with all the uncertainty during the pandemic. And just how do you go about booking the acts, not least ensuring that the Red Arrows are available? We also spoke to the wonderful Michelle Roberts, Senior Press & PR Officer who was instrumental in getting us along, and who did such an amazing job looking after us, but for whom this sadly was to be her last year in the role.
Join Matt Davies Adams, Adrian Clarke, Flo Lloyd Hughes, and Michelle Owen are here with the latest from the football league. This week: Joe Jacobson's wizardry, super duper Steve Cooper, and big praise for Coventry. Plus we have the weekly Rangers and Forest (sorry Derby and Fulham fans), another Lee Johnson quote to unpick, and a feature which definitely doesn't have a childish name... you'll have to listen to find out what it is. RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - Welcome (01.00) PART 2a - Bournemouth 2-1 Sheff Utd (02.00) PART 2b - Coventry 4-1 Fulham (07.00) PART 2c - Birmingham 0-3 Forest (12.00) PART 2d - QPR 3-2 PNE (18.00) PART 2e - The Odds with Paddy Power (22.00) PART 3a - Pompey 4-0 Sunderland (20.30) PART 3b - Wycombe 4-3 Morecambe (30.00) PART 3c - The Odds with Paddy Power (35.00) PART 4a - Port Vale 3-2 Leyton Orient (36.00) PART 4b - The Odds with Paddy Power (40.00) PART 5 - Moments of Mirth (41.00) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aaron Paul is joined by Southend United manager Phil Brown and Colchester United full-back Charlie Daniels for this week's episode. After Max Power's 30-yard header past his own goalkeeper for Wigan this week, the boys discuss the most memorable own goals they've witnessed. Jonathan Woodgate joins to reflect on the start of his managerial career, revealing the pride he felt in leading his boyhood club Middlesbrough and where he felt it went wrong at the Riverside. Woodgate retells the drama of how he took charge of Bournemouth so quickly and unexpectedly, what he learned from his time on the south coast and how the pressure of playing for Real Madrid compares to the pressure of being a manager. The guys also chat about how difficult it is to stay calm on the touchline and not let emotions get the better of you, with Charlie revealing that Eddie Howe can be quite different in the changing room to the composed figure we're used to seeing in the dugout. Phil and Charlie reveal their winners and losers from the EFL after another busy week of action, before former Preston and Norwich manager Alex Neil drops by for a chat to look back on his four years at Preston. Neil tells us what he's been up to since leaving Deepdale and how he's staying involved in the game to be ready for the next potential job, whilst also sharing an insight into Norwich's strategy as they remain without a point on their return to the Premier League. TOPICS 01.18 – Memorable own goals 03.21 – Jonathan Woodgate on his time at Middlesbrough 07.31 – Woodgate on the drama of how he became Bournemouth manager 11.25 – Pressures of management compared to playing 16.03 – Challenge of staying calm on the touchline 18.54 – Winners and Losers in the EFL this week 23.08 – Alex Neil on what he's been up to since leaving Preston 24.57 – Neil on Preston regrets 28.40 – Neil on Norwich's strategy
Welcome to TLG and to our series of interviews from the 2021 Bournemouth Air Festival. No airshow would be complete without the intrepid AeroSuperBatics Wingwalkers who've been thrilling airshow crowds all over the world since they were founded back in 1984. They fly the Boeing Stearman, a biplane trainer from the 1940s, with the wingwalkers climbing from the open cockpit onto the top wing to perform various moves, while the aircraft perform aerobatics in close formation, at speeds of up to 150mph and pulling up to 4G. Unfortunately on Day Three of the Air Festival, one of the aircraft sustained a technical malfunction during the display, and pilot Dave Barrell did a brilliant job of successfully ditching the aircraft in Poole Harbour, saving his own life and that of wingwalker Kirsten Pobjoy. Her great friend Emma Broadbent was the wingwalker on the other aircraft, flown by former Red Arrow and Jaguar Display pilot Andy Cubin, who circled overhead for some time, but landed back at Bournemouth unaware of the outcome of the crash. Needless to say there was huge relief when word got back that Kirsten and Dave were safe and sound. Our interview with Kirsten, Dave and Andy was recorded the day before the incident, hence there's no reference to it.
Robbie Earle and Robbie Mustoe recap the 2nd round of results in the UEFA Champions League Group Stage discussing the following:(0:45) Manchester United's dramatic win over Villarreal thanks to a late winner from Cristiano Ronaldo(10:35) Paris Saint-Germain's 2-0 win over Manchester City punctuated by Lionel Messi's world class finish(23:05) Chelsea's 2nd straight defeat after falling 1-0 to Juventus in Turin(31:10) Liverpool hammering Porto 5-1 at Estadio Dragao thanks to impressive performances from Curtis Jones & Mohamed Salah(38:50) Shocking defeats from Real Madrid and Barcelona to Sheriff and Benfica(42:30) A preview of Sunday's big match: Liverpool v. Manchester City(46:35) Remembering Roger Hunt(49:15) And a quick word on Brighton's bright start before Saturday's tough match against Arsenal
Ben and Andrew return with a quick midweek debrief after defeat at Middlesbrough leaves the Blades lurking in midtable after 10 games. We also look ahead to Bournemouth, and a few reasons to be optimistic (as well as a few reasons to, uh, not be). Thanks as always for listening to BladesPod, and UTB! Follow us on Twitter @bladespod @panchero, and don't forget to check out the latest views from opposition fans on the critically-acclaimed www.roysviewfrom.com.
Welcome to TLG and to our series of interviews from the 2021 Bournemouth Air Festival. Putting on an airshow requires an immense amount of organisation, and safety is of course paramount. But when a display takes place over the sea, and away from an airfield, who controls the display area and calls the aircraft in to begin their display? What if they need to hold, or if there needs to be a last minute change due to unforeseen circumstances? Dave Walton is Display Director for the UK's Coastal airshows, including Bournemouth, so who better to talk to us about everything that's involved in the smooth and safe operation of an airshow over the sea?
Bournemouth survived a second-half fightback to defeat Luton Town 2-1 to return to the Championship summit, so in this pod, Sam Davis and Mr Tigz get together to chat over the weekend's antics - as resilience and steadfastness were once again key to retaining the top spot! As has happened in recent home contests against Blackpool and QPR, Cherries took a comfortable-looking 2-0 lead into half-time at Vitality Stadium. However, the second half was anything but... So why? Why do we do it to ourselves? The boys dissect the game, talk about Dom Solanke's goal celebration vs other iconic Cherry post-goal merriment, plus we question why Scott Parker seemingly likes to apply the handbrake when we are cleaerly demolishing teams! 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!
Join Matt Davies Adams, Adrian Clarke, Sam Parkin, and David Preece for a look back on the weekend's football league. Today: Ben Brereton Diaz continues his spicy hot form, we're in agreement with Neil Warnock (for once), and we find out how much our hosts really know about the football league as we play "The Preece is Right". Plus a peak behind the scenes at Sunderland, Bournemouth's concerning second halves, and relief at Oldham RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - Welcome (01.00) PART 2a - Standard of reffing (02.00) PART 2b - Bournemouth 2-1 Luton (07.00) PART 2c - WBA 2-1 QPR (15.00) PART 2d - Blackburn 5-1 Cardiff (17.00) PART 2e - The Odds with Paddy Power (22.00) PART 3a - Sunderland 1-0 Bolton (24.30) PART 3b - Accrington 3-3 Morecambe (30.00) PART 3c - Charlton 2-2 Pompey (38.00) PART 3d - The Odds with Paddy Power (41.00) PART 4a - Rochdale 0-1 Oldham (42.00) PART 4b - Sutton 4-0 Carlisle (48.00) PART 5 - The Preece is Right (52.30) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
AJ Jefferies' art is unmistakable. Whether he's indulging in passion projects or designing campaigns for companies including Cadbury's, Virgin Atlantic, and MTV, this UK-based 3D illustrator and animator's work is eye-catching, playful, and colorful — and large, sometimes up to 10K in resolution. In this conversation with Chris, AJ breaks down his career so far, from how Toy Story inspired his early adventures in computer graphics, learning 3D and illustration in Bournemouth, and joining a two-person studio in Norwich where he remains to this day. AJ also talks about the essential tools in his workflow, how V-Ray helped boost his render times, and the future of rendering technology.
Welcome to TLG and to our series of interviews from the 2021 Bournemouth Air Festival. One of the most eye-catching solo displays at UK airshows is the ultra high-energy performance by Rich Goodwin in his Pitts Special. A former RAF Tornado pilot, Rich has been performing aerobatics for over 30 years, and his phenomenal display has spectators gasping in disbelief as he hurls his tiny Pitts Special Muscle Biplane around the sky. Rich is also passionate about building and modifying these biplanes, and as well as talking to us about his display, he told TLG about some very exciting, and unusual plans for the future.
Welcome to TLG and to our series of interviews from the 2021 Bournemouth Air Festival. With the 2021 airshow season in the UK drawing to a close, what better time to speak to Red 6, Squadron Leader Jon Bond, as he brings the curtain down on his 4 year stint with the Red Arrows. As Red 6 ‘Bondie' is Synchro Leader, and also choreographed a brand new manoeuvre for the Reds this year called Boomerang. We also spoke to former Red 1, now OC the Red Arrows, Wing Commander David Montenegro, and Red 10, Squadron Leader Adam Collins. We were lucky enough to interview many more of the pilots who took part in this years hugely successful Bournemouth Air Festival. We'll be putting these out as podcasts in the coming days and weeks so keep your eyes peeled.
We are joined by Coach McLean and rookies Mike and Perry to talk about the highly positive season the Bournemouth Bobcats have had following on from their 2019 Brit Bowl Div 2 loss to South Wales. #Bournemouth #Bobcats #Britball #BAFA #AmericanFootball #BritishAmericanFootball
Do you remember the scenes at Bournemouth Beach on the 25th of June 2020?Reported as a major incident, thousands of sunseekers flocked to the sands in the middle of a heatwave - in the middle of the pandemic.Covid meant social distancing had become the social norm. Yet despite desperate pleas to 'Keep Your Distance' and stay away, this popular Dorset resort reported record numbers of people who seemingly covered every inch of Bournemouth's golden sands. Public services were overwhelmed.Over 500 parking fines, 3 pier stabbings and 33 tonnes of litter were just some of the consequences of this 'Great British' gathering.Meanwhile back in North West London...Whilst watching the BBC's evening report, John Rathbone and Duncan Bennetts of the band 'Seajam Moths' used the scenes in Bournemouth as inspiration to write and produce (all remotely) the track 'Keep Your Distance' which is part of their first album - all available on Spotify.Singer, songwriter and music production specialist, Duncan Bennetts, is not only half of Seajam Moths but is also the producer of The Startup Survival Podcast. Duncan kindly lent the 'Keep Your Distance' music to the podcast and he even sings the final voiceover on each episode. Listen out for his 'Better Further'.Read the BBC Bournemouth Beach Report
Thanks for tuning in to episode 61! In this episode we talk about... West Ham top of the league, Kane snubbing Manchester City, the Ayoze Perez tackle and sending off on Fornals, Michail Antonio breaking the goalscoring record, comparing Antonio and Lukaku, the tackle on Bruno Fernandes leading up to Southampton's goal, Klopp and Solskjaer complaining about fair tackles, the SkyBet Fan Hope fan survey about teams' main rivals, the impact of fans being back, West Ham's transfer targets, Patrick Vieira's rough start at Crystal Palace, Cristiano Ronaldo, Jack Grealish living up to his price tag, the future of Kylian Mbappe, Grealish's first City goal, Bukayo Saka's price tag, the Puma 3rd kits, Golden Boot and Golden Glove predictions, Antonio's chances in the England team, Bournemouth, Carlisle, Pep Guardiola's post-City desires, and more! If you have a question you'd like us to answer on the next episode, submit your video at 5PintsIn.com/submit If you're enjoying the podcast, please give us a like or rating on your favorite podcast platform - It really helps the show out! Go to 5pintsin.com to sign up for our email newsletter and check out our latest merchandise. Cheers! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/5pintsin/support
Despite a mesmeric first half against our Seaside rivals on Saturday, Bournemouth were made to pay for a lacklustre second 45 as Blackpool clawed a draw from the jaws of defeat in a three minute spell which saw them take advantage of two moments of poor defending. In this podcast, Sam Davis speaks to Tom Jordan as they dissect the full game at Dean Court - how are they feeling? What's the immediate reaction? Is there any need to start worrying? If the shoe was on the other foot and we had drawn both matches away and won both our home games, there wouldn't be the despondency - but you can see it from both sides - we NEED to win matches like that! So, where were the problems, and what needs to be improved? Join us for 45 minutes of Cherry chatter. 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!
Norwich City's difficult start to their return to Premier League life became painful as they were thrashed 5-0 at Manchester City, with the champions moving through the gears impressively. Canaries correspondents Paddy Davitt, David Freezer and Connor Southwell were at the Etihad Stadium to see the nightmare unfold but convened for the latest pod looking to move things forward, assessing how the Canaries hit restart and move forward. As well as reviewing the defeat to Pep Guardiola's superstars, they turn attentions to Tuesday night's clash with Bournemouth at Carrow Road in the second round of the League Cup. *** Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images *** You can also hear the Pink Un Podcast on Norwich's Community radio station, Future Radio 107.8FM. *** To get in touch with the podcast now and in future, send any comments and questions into the crew with an email to email@example.com or get in touch with us @pinkun on Twitter, where are our direct messages are open. And if you're interested in sponsoring the pod, or placing an advert in one of our shows, email Matt.Withers@archant.co.uk For all the latest Norwich City news, opinions, features and videos visit: pinkun.com ALSO FIND US AT THE FOLLOWING: Subscribe: pinkun.com/podcast Twitter: twitter.com/pinkun Facebook: fb.me/thepinkun Instagram: instagram.com/the_pinkun #NCFC #Norwich #City #NorwichCity #Norfolk #Football #Soccer #Canaries #OTBC #COYY #Premier #League #EPL #ManCity #MCFC
Aaron Paul is joined by Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe and Salford goalkeeper Tom King to discuss the latest news and results in the football league. Recently retired former Bournemouth and Aston Villa defender Tommy Elphick tells us why he's hanging up his boots whilst former Fulham and Scotland midfielder Kevin McDonald joins the conversation to discuss what's next for him after a successful kidney transplant from his brother earlier this year. Tommy and Kevin also debate the current state of their former teams in the football league. The panel also take a look across all three leagues as the new season gets into full swing as well as the small matter of Ryan and Tommy reminiscing about an unsavoury incident when they met on the pitch back in 2013. TOPICS: 00:56: Chat about personal howlers on the pitch - Tom and Ryan share their most embarrassing moments. 03:20: League Two review. 11:30: Tommy Elphick on his career, Bournemouth's current prospects and burying the hatchet with Ryan over a historical incident. 24:17: Kevin McDonald on his kidney transplant, his future plans and the current state of his former clubs Fulham and Sheffield United. 35:50: League One review.
Dotun and Tim welcome BBC Radio London's Brentford Correspondent Billy Reeves on to the pod.They discuss Brentford's semi-final playoff with against Bournemouth and Brentford's arrival in the Premier League. Check out Billy's new album here: https://www.thothg.com/
This week on the podcast, Henry Hill is joined by Championship know-it-all Will Brazier to take a look at the season aead for England's second tier. They discuss the managerial merry-go-round, which saw Scott Parker join Bournemouth, Slaviska Jokanovic take over at Sheffield United and Marco Silva moving to Fulham. They look at the big money transfers, of which Harry Wilson is really the only one, and how the promoted teams could fare - will they all stay up? Then of course they make their predictions - it's looking good if you're a West Brom fan, but not if you like Derby County. Enjoy!
Is it ok to love yourself? It's not just ok, it's imperative! The sad reality is you have not been taught how. You have been told to think of others' needs first and that it's selfish to think of yourself. On this week's Midlife Love Out Loud podcast, Sara Jane, creator of Vocal Reiki, speaks about self love and how to experience more of it . To have healthy, happy and hot love, you must learn to love yourself up. Sara Jane is the Master of Voice and creator of Vocal Reiki, founder of Gift of Healing TV, an International Speaker and Author. She is based in Bournemouth, England, where she runs her own therapy practice and hosts workshops, both in person and on-line. Sara is a Master Teacher & Practitioner of both Reiki & Vocal Reiki. Sara draws on her own life experiences and healing journey to support others looking for healing. She comes from a varied background having worked in retail, office and Public House management, as well as insurance. A fun fact about Sara is that she has been a Trainee Handler with the Wolves at the UK Wolf Conservation Trust and felt honoured to interact with these amazing creatures. Sara has also found that she speaks Light Language, the language of our Soul. Grab her Free Sound Baths HERE and her Free Soul Wisdom HERE Want to stop going on sucky dates? Grab your MIDLIFE LOVE GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL DATING and learn how you can call in Mr. Right, right now! If you'd like some one-to-one coaching with Junie, grab your complimentary 30-minute Love Breakthrough Session today so she can support you on your love path. And don't forget to subscribe to Midlife Love Out Loud so that you don't miss a single episode. While you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated! To learn more about our previous guests, listen to past episodes, and get to know your host, go to www.CoachJunieMoon.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Paradise opens at the Olivier auditorium of the National Theatre tomorrow. It's a new version of a play that had its premiere, and was acclaimed, in 409BC - Philoctetes by Sophocles. Just before the final preview begins, writer Kae Tempest tells Kirsty Lang why this ancient story of a wounded soldier, in constant pain, abandoned on an island, grips them today. John Boyne's new novel is a humorous and scathing takedown of the world of social media through the lens of a particularly grotesque family. He talks to Kirsty about how the Twitter backlash to one of his previous books inspired The Echo Chamber, and his new-found love of writing in a comic style. GIANT, the largest artist led-space in the UK has opened in Bournemouth. Its director Stuart Semple joins us to discuss the inaugural exhibition, Big Medicine, and his hopes for the future of art in his hometown. Presenter: Kirsty Lang Producer: Hilary Dunn
And football is back. Supporters are back, Doesn't it just feel great? Here to pick the bones from the weekend just gone it's Matt Davies Adams, Adrian Clarke, Sam Parkin, and Ryan Conway. It's a week that saw a brilliant finale at Coventry and all started with a sumptuous season opener at the Vitality. There were goals galore in League One whilst League Two brought us the return of Yemmo - that's Crawley boss John Yems if you don't know. There's all that plus an exclusive interview with QPR boss Mark Warburton. Here's how it sounds: RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - These are a few of my favourite things (01.00) PART 2a - Bournemouth 2-2 WBA (07.00) PART 2b - PNE 1-4 Hull (13.00) PART 2c - Stoke 3-2 Reading (17.00) PART 2d - Derby 1-1 Huddersfield (22.00) PART 2e - QPR 1-1 Millwall with Mark Warburton (23.00) PART 2f - The Odds with Paddy Power (30.00) PART 3a - Bolton 3-3 MK Dons (32.00) PART 3b - Ipswich 2-2 Morecambe (36.30) PART 3c - Sunderland 2-1 Wigan (41.00) PART 3d - The Odds with Paddy Power (46.00) PART 4a - Scunthorpe 1-3 Swindon (47.00) PART 4b - Hartlepool 1-0 Crawley (51.00) PART 4c - The Odds with Paddy Power (55.00) PART 5 - Moments of Mirth (56.00) Get yourself an Athletic subscription here Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ryan Dilks and Justin Peach are back to go through everything that happened on the opening weekend of the new Championship season. Blues shock the Blades! Bournemouth and West Brom rule each other out! Hull thump Preston! Rooney sleeping in the office! 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 helps up massively and goes a long way towards us getting new listeners! Thank you.*** Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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