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RNZ: Country Life
Growing and showing pigs for fun

RNZ: Country Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 8:14


Fletcher Keen and his pigs are a familiar site at A&P shows in Canterbury. He's been winning show ribbons and rosettes for several years. The 14 year-old is also president of the Springston Swine Society and runs a sheep stud with his parents called Tui Springs Suffolks.

The Numinous Podcast with Carmen Spagnola: Intuition, Spirituality and the Mystery of Life
TNP169 Sophie Macklin on Antifascist Folklore and Ungovernable Bodies

The Numinous Podcast with Carmen Spagnola: Intuition, Spirituality and the Mystery of Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 58:51


Sophie Macklin is an anarchist mystic living on Tongva land, near the Los Angeles river. She's lived in California for fifteen years but comes from Canterbury, England. She practises brythonic polytheism, antifascism, devotion to an animate world, and anarchist living. She specializes in topics related to anarchism, mysticism, radical history, communication with the human and more than human world, anti-capitalism, antifascism, reclaiming the commons, anti-ableism, and exploring different ways of knowing. Sophie is the person I chose to be the first reader of the manuscript for my book, The Spirited Kitchen. From the very earliest kernel of thought I had about potentially writing a book, she came to mind as the person I wanted to give me the first pass of honest feedback. Why? Because I think she might be the smartest person I know. Her cultural analysis is tops and I have learned so, so, so much from her way of teaching and of being in business. And at the time, I still had some things to unpack in my own mind about what to valorize and what not to valorize in a book about ancestral veneration, as a white settler under capitalism, in a time of increasing fascism. I knew there was nuance needed and also some firmness and boundaries so that my work couldn't be pressed into the service of white supremacy. I'm so grateful for Sophie for helping me see how I could improve my manuscript. Here we are jamming on anarchy, antifascism, ableism, and ungovernable bodies. Check out Sophie's work here: Beyond the Blood Ungovernable Bodies Radical Well Tending: Living Folkways of Care with Sophie & Becka I also mentioned RCCX Theory. This is a model we often use when we discuss sickness in The Numinous Network, particularly within the Sensitive Nervous Systems + Long Covid Connection group.

The Jimmy Smith Show
Should Latrell Mitchell Be Brought In For The Blues? Julian Picked Darcie's Brain! 28/06/22

The Jimmy Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 12:04


The Rock Drive Catchup Podcast
The Canterbury Panther is BACK

The Rock Drive Catchup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 4:48


Someone has found and SHOT the Canterbury panther... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
Collaboration with NASA for Rocket Lab launch

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 8:05


The University of Canterbury is leading a research collaboration with assistance from NASA's CAPSTONE mission team, which Rocket Lab is launching tonight. Wallace Chapman speaks to  Associate Professor, Stephen Weddell.

Early Edition with Kate Hawkesby
Caroline Shone: Community Energy Action CEO on providing free insulation to homeowners this winter

Early Edition with Kate Hawkesby

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 4:24


Good insulation is something we know keeps people out of hospitals, therefore reduces pressure on our health system.But vulnerable homeowners could be eligible for free insulation installation in their homes, and not even realise.The Community Energy Action group in Canterbury are offering free insulation to homeowners this winter, in a bid to keep people out of hospital.CEO of the group Caroline Shone joined Kate Hawkesby.LISTEN ABOVE

The Jeremiah Show
SN1|Ep34 - Adam Ashe - LA Giltinis Runner

The Jeremiah Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 60:00


*Executive Producer - Jeremiah Higgins LA Giltinis Adam Ashe is in The Sports Lounge with Big Lou! Adam Ashe was born in Scotland and has been a mainstay of Scottish rugby for much of the past decade. The no. 8 attended Alva Academy and it was with Ayr in the Scottish Premiership where he found his first senior opportunity. His potential was quickly noticed by Glasgow and he was signed as a development player with the Warriors in 2011. He debuted for Glasgow in 2012 and also found international opportunities with the Scotland 7s during the 2011-12 series as a teenager. A year later, he was picked for the Scotland U20s, picked in all the team's Six Nations matches and a further five World Rugby U20s matches. Ashe was recognised as one of Scotland's top prospects when he was awarded the John McPhail Scholarship in 2014 and given the chance to train in New Zealand with Canterbury for 15 weeks. However, midway through that period, he was given the opportunity to join Vern Cotter's Scotland Test side. He debuted against South Africa in that year's June Series, starting at no. 8 and playing the full match. Ashe has won six Test caps overall, most recently against Italy in 2015. Injuries have at times hampered Ashe's progress but he had featured in 34 matches for the Warriors before departing at the end of the interrupted 19-20 Pro14 season. Ashe showed his class for the Giltinis in 2021 with his all-round skills as a powerful runner, linkman and lineout option before a ruptured bicep ended his season early. A frontline asset for 2022 when fit. www.lagiltinis.com Adam Ashe Social: Instagram - @adamashe_ Twitter - @Adam Ashe

95bFM
The Wire w/ Christina: June 28, 2022

95bFM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


Marcus Jones joins Aneeka and Christina in the studio for Dear Science to discuss the latest science news. Aneeka has her weekly catch-up with the National Party's Dr Shane Reti. Christina speaks to Associate Professor Leah Watkins from the University of Otago about junk food marketing directed at children. And finally, Jack interviews Stephen Weddell from the University of Canterbury about his work tracking lunar spacecraft with NASA.

95bFM: The Wire
The Wire w/ Christina: June 28, 2022

95bFM: The Wire

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


Marcus Jones joins Aneeka and Christina in the studio for Dear Science to discuss the latest science news. Aneeka has her weekly catch-up with the National Party's Dr Shane Reti. Christina speaks to Associate Professor Leah Watkins from the University of Otago about junk food marketing directed at children. And finally, Jack interviews Stephen Weddell from the University of Canterbury about his work tracking lunar spacecraft with NASA.

Short Stories from The Casket of Fictional Delights
Short Story Susan Tate’s Year – March

Short Stories from The Casket of Fictional Delights

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 6:54


A new Short Story from The Casket of Fictional Delights – Susan Tate's Year March written by Joanna Sterling and read by Menna Bonsels.  Continuing the adventures of the quirky librarian from Canterbury, this month Susan tries her hand at pancake tossing and listens to poetry. The post Short Story Susan Tate's Year – March appeared first on The Casket of Fictional Delights.

Namaste Nepal
Namaste Nepal - 27 June 2022

Namaste Nepal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 27:04


Music and conversation for the Nepalese community in Canterbury

Sky Sports Radio's Big Sports Breakfast

The BSB Team cover all the latest news in sport plus chat with Canterbury legend Peter Mortimer and BSB Football expert Phil Moss.

Sky Sports Radio's Big Sports Breakfast
Peter Mortimer 27.06.22

Sky Sports Radio's Big Sports Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 11:56


Canterbury legend Peter Mortimer reviews the second State of Origin.

RNZ: Nine To Noon
University scholarships for low decile school-leavers

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 9:38


The University of Canterbury is offering a free degree initiative for 300 school leavers who otherwise may not have the opportunity to pursue tertiary education.

KSL Greenhouse
Canterbury Bells

KSL Greenhouse

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 19:19


The Plant of the Week is the Canterbury Bells. Canterbury Bells was a popular Victorian era garden plant that self-seeds. Deadheading this plant will allow it to bloom longer. To learn more about the Canterbury Bells you can find an article on this plant on the KSL Greenhouse Show Facebook page.  Welcome to The KSL Greenhouse Show! Hosts Maria Shilaos and Taun Beddes tackle your gardening questions, talk plants, and offer tips for an amazing yard. Listen Saturdays 8am to 11am at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, kslnewsradio.com, or on the KSL Newsradio App. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram at @kslgreenhouse. #KSLGreenhouse  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Grid City Grooves - Pulzar FM
LOVETA (22/05/22)

Grid City Grooves - Pulzar FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 57:28


This episode on Grid City Grooves Sam is a solo host in the studio and we have LOVETA in the studio to talk about her debut track what it feels like to have music out finally.Tracklist:Tali – BerlinWulfie ft. LOVETA – Love Won't Run AwayCaitlin - HardlyAshy ft. Valle – MirrorJaz Paterson – LAJosette - WolfMichele Ducray – ManifestoLOVETA – More Than Fun

Grid City Grooves - Pulzar FM
Barber Boy (15/05/22)

Grid City Grooves - Pulzar FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 58:23


This episode on Grid City Grooves we have Barber Boy in the studio to talk about the drop of his single "Moon Juice", and other releases featuring a play of his new track.Tracklist:Upream & Infectiouss – Trappin' TrillinJoe the Freakshow – MoveBarber Boy – WallaceJ 2eezy – King JamesQuakeside – See LauTrue Nelly – EastsideIvan Dra8ko ft. Smokey – MorpheusBarber Boy – Moon JuiceBarber Boy – Barber Boy's Bars

Grid City Grooves - Pulzar FM
And$um (08/05/22)

Grid City Grooves - Pulzar FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 59:02


This episode on Grid City Grooves we have And$um in the studio to talk about the And$um sound, upcoming musical projects, early inspirations and more!Tracklist:And$um1. Dreaming ft Dharmarat 2. On my hands 3. Wishful Thinking 4. Time to wait 5. Faded on a Wednesday 6. Not Enough ft Jaz Paterson 7. Butterfly 8. Unamed 9. Ride The Wave ft Valle 10. Got me leaning

Grid City Grooves - Pulzar FM
Local NZ Artists In Focus (01/0522)

Grid City Grooves - Pulzar FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 57:07


This episode on Grid City Grooves the lads have selected a bunch of great tunes for the week as we have no guest in the studio!Tracklist:Tali - Forces ( Trei Remix ) Truth - Hollow World Andy Zero - Restless Selasi Yippy Skippy - Fun Knee Stomp Goblin - Ground Floor Shape Shifter - Bring Change Concord Dawn ft Scribe - Get Ready Camo MC - Near da Subs Camo MC - We are one

BBC Inside Science
Monkeypox, Pompeii aDNA, and Elephant Mourning Videos

BBC Inside Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 35:08


Why are non-African monkeypox cases causing concern? Also, the first complete human genome from a Pompeiian cadaver, and how YouTube is aiding animal behaviourists. As cases of monkeypox appear strangely dispersed around Europe and elsewhere in the world outside of Africa, BBC health and science correspondent James Gallagher outlines to Vic the symptoms and some of the mysterious elements of this outbreak. In Pompeii, scientists have for the first time managed to sequence the whole genome of an individual killed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79AD. Serena Viva of the University of Salento describes the site of two individual's tragic demise all that time ago, one female aged around 50 years, and a younger male, both leaning on a couch in a dining room. Geneticist Gabriele Scorrano describes how the ancient DNA (aDNA) was preserved and extracted, and how the male individual's genome was so well preserved it could be sequenced in full. As they suggest this week in Nature, there weren't too many surprises in what they found, but the ability to do this sort of science opens up a new era of Pompeiian archaeological treasure. Faced with covid lockdowns and unable to observe in the wild, elephant conservationists Nachiketha Sharma and Sanjeeta Sharma Pocharel decided to see if videos uploaded to YouTube could enlighten science on rare behaviours of Asian elephants. African Elephants are known to have a strange fascination, even respect, for the death of other elephant individuals, especially those near to their families such as calves and parents. Asian elephants' thanatological (death related) behaviour is less well observed however. But the researchers turned to videos of strange grieving-like behaviour to begin a catalogue of the different reactions such as carrying dead calves, standing guard, or vocalizing. They dedicate their work, published by the Royal Society, to the elephants involved. This sort of research, using video observations captured and shared by members of the public are proving rather useful to zoologists and animal behaviourists. Ximena Nelson of the University of Canterbury in New Zealand was one of the first scientists to suggest the usefulness of trawling the internet for odd video of animals and explains a bit more to Vic. Presented by Victoria Gill Produced by Alex Mansfield

Tech and Science Daily | Evening Standard
Behind the fastest-growing supermassive black hole discovery

Tech and Science Daily | Evening Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 6:12


Astronomers have discovered the fastest-growing supermassive black hole of the last 9 billion years - and it's believed to be swallowing the equivalent of Earth each second. We speak to Lead Researcher behind the discovery, Dr. Christopher Olken. Meanwhile, a comet once spotted by the Hubble Space Telescope, and has the width of six Jupiters, is getting closer to Earth to see.Plus:Elon Musk: Twitter shareholders are expected to vote on whether he should buy the companyWe speak to EE about their giant Wi-Fi rooster at Glastonbury FestivalSpeaking at No.10 Downing Street, Rio Ferdinand's called for a new social media platform to be built because the current giants ‘can't get a grip on bullying'Scientists say older people who can't stand on one leg for more than ten seconds have double the risk of dyingCould a wrist-worn fertility tracker spot Covid days before symptoms emerge?Why the Canterbury suburbs were home to some of Britain's earliest humansStar Wars fans: fancy Darth Vader breathing out of your Tv? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

RNZ: The Panel
The Panel with Georgie Stylianou and Selwyn Manning (Part 1)

RNZ: The Panel

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 23:56


Today on The Panel Wallace and panellists Georgie Stylianou and Selwyn Manning talk to the building sector about the inquiry into the GIB crisis. They also speak to University of Canterbury's Professor Michael Plank on the incoming second omicron wave and to the former executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists, Ian Powell who warns the Government's lack of action in the health sector could be its undoing.

BetAmerica Radio Network
Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast 6/21/22--Guest Kevin Gorg

BetAmerica Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 47:13


Jason welcomes in Kevin Gorg from Canterbury Park to talk about the big Mystic Lake Derby card coming up this week as well as the Canterbury meet in general.  

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
Part 3: Rich Migliore, Canterbury's Northern Stars Night with Andrew Offerman

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022


SpaceBase Podcast
Cryogenics for Sustainable Energy Production on Earth and off Planet: An Interview with Hugh Reynolds of Fabrum

SpaceBase Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 38:19


An interview with Hugh Reynolds, Co-Founder and Technical Director of Fabrum, a world leader in cryogenic systems.  Their cryocoolers, composite storage tanks and liquid gas generation systems are used in wide range of applications that include industrial cryogenics, animal husbandry, lightweight space applications, copper & superconducting electric motors, and hydrogen fuel systems.  These have vast space related applications.In the past Hugh has worked in metal processing industries and composites manufacturing. He holds a B.E. in Mechanical engineering from the University of Canterbury.  In this interview, we are going to learn about Hugh's career co-founding Fabrum along with fellow Electrical engineer Christopher Boyle, and the many applications of its pioneering technology that can open up long term, sustainable operations in space and other planets.  Fabrum's pioneering cryogenic solutions is on a critical path for laying out the foundation for producing clean energy such as green hydrogen for sustainable living on Earth, and off planet.Resources:Fabrum The World's Fastest Indian MovieHosted by: Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom, Co-Founder and CEO, SpaceBaseMusic: reCreation by airtone (c) copyright 2019 Licensed under a Creative Commons (3.0)If you like our work, please consider donating to SpaceBase through The Gift Trust or RSF Social Finance (for US charitable donations) and indicate "SpaceBase" gift account.Support the show

Sunday
The Church of England and slavery; Ukrainian military chaplains; Should the Lords Spiritual be scrapped?

Sunday

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 43:43


Should the Lords Spiritual be scrapped? Currently 26 bishops sit in the Lords. But it's been reported that some cabinet ministers want that to end after the Church of England criticised the government's plan to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda. We debate the issues with the former attorney general Dominic Grieve - a practising Anglican and former Conservative MP - and Dr Jonathan Chaplin from the Divinity Faculty at the University of Cambridge. In Ukraine, the focus of the fighting has shifted to the Donbas region, but it is as fierce as ever. A senior government official has told the BBC that Ukraine is losing between one and two hundred troops every day. Military chaplain Father Sergiy Berezhnoy, a Ukrainian Orthodox priest and a chaplain to the 42nd Battalion of Defenders of Kyiv tells Edward how Ukrainian soldiers are bearing up in the latest battle. The Archbishop of Canterbury has apologised after research showed the Church of England's investment fund has links to the slave trade. Justin Welby said he is 'deeply sorry' for the links. But are apologies enough? We speak to Robert Beckford, Professor of Climate and Social Justice at the University of Winchester, who's recently been to Barbados to explore the legacy of the link between Anglicanism and slavery. As devoted yogis prepare to mark International Yoga Day, we speak to Heather Mason from the Yoga in Healthcare Alliance, which trains people to use yoga to prevent health conditions and we ask the Indian cultural minister for the UK, Amish Tripathi, how he feels about yoga being detached from its spiritual roots. Plus an Anglican church leader in Rwanda responds to his English counterparts' attack on the UK Government's new asylum policy. Presented by Edward Stourton Produced by Rebecca Maxted and Julia Paul Editor: Helen Grady

KentOnline
Podcast: Man jailed after stealing Amazon van and later found surrounded by parcels in Canterbury

KentOnline

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 26:47


A man who stole an Amazon delivery van after snatching the keys from the driver in Canterbury has been jailed. Hear the moment 33-year-old Ronnie Mead from Hunton Gardens was arrested while surrounded by half opened parcels. A Ramsgate woman is calling for more mental health support for disabled children after her son died during lockdown. Sammy Alban-Stanley had Prada-Willi Syndrome and fell from a cliff in 2020. His mum Patricia has spoken to the podcast about what she'd like the government to do. A Kent youth charity's launching a safe space for young asylum seekers after concerns many are struggling to feel part of society.... Pie Factory Music says the pandemic has made it even harder for them to understand the culture and access support since arriving here. Should Kent's grammar schools be phased out? We have reaction to a call from a Labour peer to get rid of them. It's another scorcher in Kent - we have more advice on dealing with the hot weather. And, a former star of The Apprentice is hoping a skate park he's planning to open in Swanley will help kickstart the regeneration of the recreation ground there. JD O'Brien has managed to secure £250,000 in funding for the project and has been speaking to our reporter Sean Delaney.

RNZ: Country Life
On the Farm - a wrap of farming conditions around NZ

RNZ: Country Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 5:12


Many farms in the North Island are drenched after all the rain and heavy money's being paid at Canterbury bull sales.

Short Stories from The Casket of Fictional Delights
Short Story – Susan Tate’s Year February

Short Stories from The Casket of Fictional Delights

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 6:28


A new Short Story from The Casket of Fictional Delights – Susan Tate's Year February written by Joanna Sterling and read by Menna Bonsels.  Continuing the adventures of the quirky librarian from Canterbury, this month we meet mad Uncle Harry and there is a hospital visit. The post Short Story – Susan Tate's Year February appeared first on The Casket of Fictional Delights.

Ways to Change the World with Krishnan Guru-Murthy
‘Don't treat those who disagree with you as your enemy' - Archbishop Justin Welby

Ways to Change the World with Krishnan Guru-Murthy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 40:20


Justin Welby has been the Archbishop of Canterbury since 2013. Before he began training for ministry in 1989, Archbishop Justin worked in the oil industry for 11 years. His new book, The Power of Reconciliation encourages peacebuilding at all levels, turning the abstract idea of reconciliation into something that can be done throughout life. Krishnan joined the Archbishop at Lambeth Palace to talk about what reconciliation is, and how we can use it to approach wars, culture wars and personal conflicts as well as what the role of church is in a time of war.  Produced by: Freya Pickford and Rachel Evans

Best of Grandstand
King: "The Fox wants to be known as the Black Dallas Johnson"

Best of Grandstand

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022


Canterbury forward Max King is still reveling in his teams big win over Parramatta and credits the fresh approach of coach Mick Potter for helping them turn things around. He also told Andrew Moore and the team that Josh Addo-Carr is desperate for a new nickname to catch on. He says the Fox now wants to be known as "The Black Dallas Johnson".

In The Frame: Theatre Interviews from West End Frame
S6 Ep21: Lea Salonga, international theatrical icon

In The Frame: Theatre Interviews from West End Frame

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 28:03


To finish off this series, we're joined by Lea Salonga to discuss her return to the UK! Lea left the Philippines as a teenager when she was cast as Kim in Miss Saigon. She originated the role in the West End and on Broadway to tremendous acclaim, winning Olivier and Tony Awards for her performance. Lea also has a long association with Les Misérables, having played both Eponine and Fantine in London and New York, including for the musical's 10th and 25th anniversary concerts. Just a few of Lea's other theatre credits include: Eliza in My Fair Lady (Manila), The Witch in Into The Woods (Singapore), Grizabella in Cats (Manila), Kei Kimura in Allegiance (Broadway) and Helen in Fun Home (Manila). Most recently Lea played Erzulie in Once On This Island (Broadway), Grace Farrell in Annie (Hollywood Bowl) and Mrs Lovett in Sweeney Todd (Manila/Singapore). Lea has worked extensively in film and television, and famously provided vocals for the title role in Disney's Mulan I (1998) and Mulan II (2004) as well as for Princess Jasmine in Disney's Aladdin (1994), earning her the official title of a Disney Legend! Away from the stage, Lea is a judge on the Philippines' version of The Voice and has sold 19 million albums worldwide, making her one of the best-selling Filipina artists of all time. Lea is about to return to the UK for her second UK concert tour, Dream Again. Lea opens in Leicester on 18th June before visiting Southampton, Cardiff, Birmingham, Manchester, Brighton, Canterbury and Glasgow. She is also performing a very special show at the Royal Albert Hall in London on 28th June. The tour coincides with the 30th anniversary of Lea recording A Whole New World for Aladdin. For full info and tour dates, visit www.cuffeandtaylor.com. In this special episode, Lea discusses her return to London, why Miss Saigon was more exhausting than her solo show and the pressure that comes with her role model status. Hosted by Andrew Tomlins. @AndrewTomlins32  Thanks for listening to this series of In The Frame, we'll be back soon for Series 7! Email: andrew@westendframe.co.uk Visit westendframe.co.uk for more info about our podcasts. Nick and June, After the Fact. A Handmaid's Tale Podcast Are you a fan of the hit HULU series, The Handmaid's Tale, who ships Nick and June? Are...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

95bFM
The Friday Wire w/ Casper: June 17, 2022

95bFM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


This week on the Friday Wire Casper talked to Auckland city counsellor Pippa Coom about the council's finances and recent controversy around cycleway spending, as well as Dr Murat Üngör from the University of Otago about the latest GDP figures and predicting economic recession. Liam spoke to Auckland Central and Green Party member Chloe Swarbrick about her push to pedestrianise Queen street, as well as Greg Harford from Retail NZ to talk about his concerns.  He also discussed the watergate scandal with University of Canterbury's Peter Field to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the original break-in.

Naked Reflections, from the Naked Scientists

The Archbishop of Canterbury ruffled some feathers in government circles when he said that there were "serious ethical questions about sending asylum seekers overseas". Archbishop Kirill of Moscow's intervention in favour of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, characterizing it as a defence of Orthodox Christian civilization was less nuanced. Should Archbishops get stuck into political debate? Jocelyn Cesari and Chris Cooper Davies discuss. Like this podcast? Please help us by writing a review

KentOnline
Podcast: Heat health alert issued for Kent with temperatures set to soar

KentOnline

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 20:15


A heat health alert has been issued for Kent as we get our first real blast of summer. Vulnerable people, including very young children and the elderly, are being urged to take particular care as temperatures rise. Hear from Kent's director of public health who's got advice on how to stay cool. Also in today's podcast, we have an update on yesterday's top story after a flight that was due to take asylum seekers from the UK to Rwanda failed to take off. A project worker at a homelessness charity in Canterbury has responded to the idea of setting up overdose prevention centres in Kent. It's being suggested by a leading academic - we have a reminder of what Professor Alex Stevens said and what Paul Todd from Catching Lives has to say. A Canterbury woman says she's been made to feel like a criminal after being wrongly accused of throwing a cigarette butt from her car window. We've got a response from the company employed to crack down on those littering in the city. We've also been speaking to the Kent Community Foundation who've launched a major piece of research looking at the impact of the pandemic on Kent. And find out why there appears to be a bit of a row brewing between Kent and Essex over the future of the masts from a famous bomb ship.

Hot Pipes One Hour Podcast m4a
Hot Pipes Podcast 290 – Queen Elizabeth’s Jubilee: Music of 1952

Hot Pipes One Hour Podcast m4a

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 61:30


Queen Elizabeth's Jubilee: Music of 1952 Start Name Artist Album Year Comments Elizabeth Of England John Giacchi Beyond The Blue Horizon [Modern Mood Music CD] 1996 3-17 Wurlitzer, Orion Centre, Canterbury, NSW; ex 1928 Sydney Capitol Theatre 3-15 3:52 Vanessa Simon Gledhill In Concert [COS Cassette 115] 1988 4-22 Compton-plus, David Shepherd Residence, Holbeach, Lincolnshire 8:12 Hot Toddy Ken Stroud Playing The Christie Organ [CL CLC 8624] 1963 3-9 Christie, Stotfold Social Club, formerly Regent Theatre (1963), Stotfold. Previously in the Carlton Cinema, Liverpool (1932) as a 3-8 10:27 When I Fall In Love Vic Hammett The Wonderful Sound Of The Cinema Organ [Emporio CD] 2-5 Wurlitzer, Stanford Hall Theatre, near Wellingborough 14:01 Petite Fleur Doreen Chadwick Cinema Organ Encores Vol 45 [Deroy 1055] 1974 4-14 Wurlitzer, Gaumont Theatre, Manchester 16:22 Coronation Rag John Bowdler In Town Tonight [Cassette RTS 3056] 3-14 Wurlitzer, Tower Ballroom, Blackpool 18:32 Eternally (Terry's Theme) Ronald Curtis Theatre Organ Echoes 1: Movie Magic [Organ 1st CD] 2006 4-15 Compton, Odeon Theatre, Hammersmith, London 22:08 I Love Lucy Show theme George Blackmore Television and Radio Themes [EMI MFP 1311] 1969 3-12 Compton plus Melotone, Plough Public House, Great Munden, Herts, England; ex-Gaumont, Finchley, London 24:00 The Song from Moulin Rouge (Where Is Your Heart?) John Clark McCall Your Packard Hit Parade 3: Songs from World War II and the Fifties 2014 4-32 Wurlitzer, Grace Baptist Church, Sarasota, Florida; 9 Nov 2013 27:47 Lullaby Of Birdland Gerald Shaw The Regal Sound [Carwal CWR 85] 1964 4-36 Christie, Regal Theatre, Marble Arch, London 31:13 Guadalcanal March Ena Baga Sounds Of the Music of Richard Rodgers [Philips LP SON 044] 1977 5-17 Compton, Odeon Theatre, Leicester Square, London 34:12 Don't Laugh At Me ('cause I'm A Fool) Kevin Morgan In Party Mood [Audicord ACD 241] 3-13 Compton-Christie, Town Hall, Ossett, Yorkshire 38:19 Veradero Gus Farney Colossus [Warner Bros. WS1359] 1960 5-24 Wurlitzer, Organ Loft, Salt Lake City, UT 41:08 Flirtation Waltz John Mann Music From The Royalty [FTOP CD] 2017 2-7 Wurlitzer, Royalty Cinema, Bowness on Windermere; ex-Rex Cinema, Stratford, London (1934) 43:10 The Glow Worm Quentin Maclean Masters Of The Wurlitzer [Nostalgia Direct AZCD214] 1938 4-21 Wurlitzer, Trocadero Cinema, Elephant and Castle, London 45:50 Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo Len Rawle Nice 'n Easy [Piping Hot CD] 2003 3-10 Wurlitzer, Ritz Ballroom, Brighouse, Yorkshire 49:14 High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me) Gaylord Carter Classic Film Themes for Organ [CD] 1975 4-36 Wurlitzer, Simonton Residence, Toluca Lake, Los Angeles 51:49 Ecstasy Vic Hammett A Buckingham Special (Concert Recording R-O006-T) 1966 3-10 Wurlitzer, Town Hall, Buckingham; mainly ex-Metropole, Victoria, plus Regent, Stamford Hill and Gaumont, Watford 54:22 On A Spring Note David Gray Eighty Shades of Gray [dg0001] 2018 5-80 Wurlitzer, Sanfilippo Residence, Barrington, IL 57:30 Jambalaya (On The Bayou) Don Simmons Swinging Pipes [Gamba LP] 4-18 Wurlitzer, Oaks Park Roller Rink, Portland, OR; ex-Broadway Theatre, Portland, transplanted 1955

The Matt & Jerry Show
Highlights June 14 - Butchers Are Just Too Sexy...

The Matt & Jerry Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 48:38


the boys seek out some allegations made about a couple of Canterbury butchers, and James McOnie reports on the All Blacks new cummers... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

95bFM
The Wire with Christina: June 14, 2022

95bFM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022


On the Wire with Christina, Marcus Jones kicked off the show with Dear Science, discussing the end of particle physics and why the Tonga volcanic eruption was so explosive. Christina spoke to political scientist Dr Lara Greaves about Labour's Cabinet reshuffle on Monday. She also spoke to End Conversion Therapy co-founder Shaneel Lal about allegations of homophobia at Bethlehem College and their treatment of LGBTQ+ students. Aneeka had her regular catch up with the National Party's Dr. Shane Reti, where they discussed gangs. Christina talked to Dr Jarrod Gilbert, a sociologist from the University of Canterbury about New Zealand's war on gangs. And finally, Jack spoke to Byron Clarke about the far-right's adoption of conservationist ideology.

Hey, it's Cory Hepola
Which horses deserve your betting dollars at the Belmont?

Hey, it's Cory Hepola

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 10:02


Jeff Maday of Canterbury Park joins Henry Lake to preview the Belmont Stakes, share his opinion about Kentucky Derby winner Rich Strike skipping the Preakness, and discuss how business is going right now at Canterbury.

Irreverend: Faith and Current Affairs
Artificial Wombs and Climate Missionaries

Irreverend: Faith and Current Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 101:42


Church of England vicars Daniel French and Jamie Franklin get together to offer a spiritual perspective on current events, this week taking our Scriptural reflection from Genesis 1:28-30: man and woman created by God after his own image. In this bumper edition, we range through renewables, energy bills and green "technology", the political philosophy of the England Football team, Star Wars and sci-fi going woke, the jubilee, no confidence in Boris and Nadine Dorris' savage attack on Jeremy Hunt, transhumanism and the metaverse, the Archbishop of Canterbury and Prince Andrew, the terrible massacre of Christians in Nigeria and the question of whether or not climate activists are missionaries (they're not). We hope you enjoy this episode of Irreverend: Faith and Current Affairs and, if you do, please don't forget to subscribe and share!Notices:Please sign and share the petition 'Do not require parents to register home educated children with local authorities': https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/617340Thanks to our Patreon sponsors! Support us from £1.50 plus VAT per month: https://patreon.com/irreverendJoin or create a Thursday Circle: http://thursdaycircle.comJamie's Good Things Substack blog/newsletter: https://jamiefranklin.substack.comIrreverend Weekly Sermon Audio: https://irreverendsermonaudio.buzzsprout.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/IrreverendPodTelegram: https://t.me/irreverendpodEmail: irreverendpod@gmail.comAudio Podcast: https://irreverend.buzzsprout.comVideos on Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/IrreverendVideos on Odysee: https://odysee.com/@irreverend:5Links:England players booed by Hungarian schoolchildrenChristians Massacred in NigeriaCan transhumanism save our species?Tamagotchi KidsArchbishop of Canterbury says we should forgive Prince AndrewAre climate change activists missionaries?Census change to eradicate genderSupport the show

RNZ: Checkpoint
Canterbury farmers frustrated by effects of climate change

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 3:25


Frustrated farmers in Canterbury's Selwyn district are wanting answers after storms and high tide surges continue to cause havoc on their properties. Property owners along the coast of Southbridge have copped extensive damage from saltwater and sand -breaching nearby seabanks and spilling through paddocks. But after last month's storm, confusion remains over who's ultimately responsible for the clean up. Adam Burns reports.  

My First Band Podcast
171 – Aymen Saleh (Holy Pinto)

My First Band Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 83:49


This week's guest is Aymen Saleh. The Milwaukee singer, songwriter and producer — who releases music under the Holy Pinto moniker — has kept busy of late with a steady run of local performances, semi-frequent tours and collaborations with artists from all ends of the musical spectrum. Long before he became an unlikely ambassador for the Milwaukee music scene, Saleh was growing up in Canterbury, England, and devoting his time to learning the drums and guitar. Recently, Saleh joined My First Band host Tyler Maas at Milwaukee Record headquarters to talk about modern musical happenings, upcoming work (including an upcoming song with Bartees Strange) and how music transported him across an ocean and squarely into the unknown. Over the course of the conversation, Saleh talked about playing some of his first concerts in Canterbury, moving to London to study music, starting a band with a longtime friend, some important advice he got from The Front Bottoms and how a random set of circumstances and the kindness of strangers found the kid from England eventually calling Milwaukee, Wisconsin, his home. My First Band is sponsored by Mystery Room Mastering and Lakefront Brewery. The show is edited by Jared Blohm. You can listen to My First Band on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and wherever else you get podcasts. You can also listen to rebroadcasts of previous My First Band episodes on WMSE every Wednesday from noon to 12:30 p.m. CST. Music used in this episode comes courtesy of Devils Teeth ("The Junction Street Eight Tigers") and Holy Pinto ("Milwaukee").

London History
90. Thomas Becket

London History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 20:54


Thomas Becket was one of the most powerful figures of his time, serving as Royal Chancellor and later as Archbishop of Canterbury in the 1100s. After his assassination he became Patron Saint of London all of the way up to 1532 with the Dissolution of the Monasteries under the reign of Henry VIII. To tell us more about the man, the myth and the Becket Pageant for London is James Winterbotham, Historical Consultant for the Becket Pageant for London. Show notes: http://londonguidedwalks.o.cuk/podcast/episode-90-thomas-becket Learn things about London that most Londoners don't even know in a 20 minute (ish) espresso shot episode of London history with a splash of personality. There's so much we can't fit into our tours, no matter how hard we try. This London history podcast is where we can get down and dirty with the detail! You're not going to find this level of detail in any guidebook. Let us know if there's a particular person, event or place you want to know more about in our podcast. Review & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/londonguidedwalks/message

RNZ: Nine To Noon
"Stop trying to cure us": Autistic people tell study

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 11:57


Autistic people say they don't want research to be focused on finding a cure, and say they need to be actively involved in any future research to do with autism. These are some of the findings of a study by the University of Canterbury that asked Autistic people what specific research they would like to see in Aotearoa in the coming decade. Earlier research from Canterbury University found that two thirds of funding awarded for autism research goes towards biological projects seeking to understand the difference associated with autism, compared with a third of funding invested in research into support for autistic people. Participants also told the latest study they want a better understanding the health, mental health and wellbeing needs of Autistic people, specific to New Zealand and not research into "cure" or behaviour management. Kathryn speaks with two of the project investigators Lisa Marie Emerson and Ruth Monk.

Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Wednesday, June 8, 2022

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022


Full Text of ReadingsWednesday of the Tenth Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 361All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Saint William of YorkA disputed election as archbishop of York and a mysterious death. Those are the headlines from the tragic life of today's saint. Born into a powerful family in 12th-century England, William seemed destined for great things. His uncle was next in line for the English throne—though a nasty dynastic struggle complicated things. William himself faced an internal Church feud. Despite these roadblocks, he was nominated as archbishop of York in 1140. Local clergymen were less enthusiastic, however, and the archbishop of Canterbury refused to consecrate William. Three years later a neighboring bishop performed the consecration, but it lacked the approval of Pope Innocent II, whose successors likewise withheld approval. William was deposed, and a new election was ordered. It was not until 1154—14 years after he was first nominated—that William became archbishop of York. When he entered the city that spring after years of exile, he received an enthusiastic welcome. Within two months he was dead, probably from poisoning. His administrative assistant was a suspect, though no formal ruling was ever made. Despite all that happened to him, William did not show resentment toward his opponents. Following his death, many miracles were attributed to him. He was canonized 73 years later. Reflection “Good things come to those who wait” might be the catch phrase for today's saint. We don't always get what we want when we want it. Sometimes we have to wait patiently, trusting that if it is for our good, God will bless us. Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Farm-level levy selected for agriculture's alternative to ETS

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 20:56


The agricultural sector has recommended a farm-level levy, in its long awaited alternative to entering the Emissions Trading Scheme. The He Waka Eke Noa partnership of 13 members includes DairyNZ, Beef + Lamb NZ, Federated Farmers, the Federation of Maori Authorities, Dairy Companies of NZ, Horticulture NZ and Irrigation NZ. They considered two pricing options - a farm-level levy requiring emissions reporting by individual farm and a processor-level hybrid levy, calculated at the meat, milk, and fertiliser processor level, based on the overall quantity of product received from farms. Both had a split-gas approach, which means different levy rates would apply to short-lived gases like methane, and long-lived gases such as carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide. Farmers argued for the opportunity to devise an alternative to being included in the Emissions Trading Scheme, arguing it would not incentivise reduction of emissions and would also expose them to a broad based tax that would increase every year. Kathryn will speak to Kelly Forster, programme director of He Waka Eke Noa, Jim van der Poel, a dairy farmer from Ngahinapouri and the chair of Dairy NZ, and Nicky Hyslop, who has a sheep and beef farm in Canterbury and is a farmer director at Beef and Lamb.

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)
June 5, 2022 "Cutting Through the Matrix" with Alan Watt --- Redux (Educational Talk From the Past): "Technique of Mass-Suggestion, Truth Deflection"

Cutting Through the Matrix with Alan Watt Podcast (.xml Format)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 42:01


--{ "Technique of Mass-Suggestion, Truth Deflection"}-- Jacques Ellul, Aldous Huxley, Zbigniew Brzezinski - Political Technocracy - Study of Human Behaviour - Formulas - Technical Economic Analysis - Theory-Doctrine-Procedure - Vocabulary, Terminology, Catch-Phrases; "Cost-Cutting", "Downsizing", "Upgrade". TECHNIQUE - Motivating Vast Groups of People - Collective Passion - Critical Faculty - Propaganda's Manipulation of Subconscious - Collective Social Conscience - "Continuing Education" - Archbishop of Canterbury, Bertrand Russell - Expert-Run Society - Coding of European Languages - Available Materials on CuttingThroughTheMatrix.com (Books, CDs, DVDs) - Please Donate to Keep Sites Going - Psychoanalytic Therapy - Therapist is New Priest - Modern Sociology - Propagandic Termsl "We're All In It Together" - Emblems, Symbols - Terrorism - Acceptance of New Norms - Joe Average - Subliminal Existence, Twilight Zone Mentality - Authorized Authors to Write History - "Stars" are Made - Truth; Bursting the Bubble - Exposure of Magicians at Top, Technocracy - Fake News, Diversions, Data Overload - Sham Universe - World of Hallucinations - Hypnotic State - Waking Up in the Matrix - "The Dead" Getting Up to Walk - Looking at Future, Long-Range Goals of Agenda - Thomas Jefferson - Family Lineages in Government. (BOOK: "The Technological Society" by Jacques Ellul). *Dialogue Copyrighted Alan Watt - Sept. 19, 2007 (Exempting Music and Literary Quotes)

Gossip With Celebitchy
126: Duchess Meghan looked amazing at the Jubilee service, Duchess Kate and Prince William were frosty to the Sussexes

Gossip With Celebitchy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 43:49


Introduction: Minutes 0 to 5:30 We'll have episodes out for the next two weeks and then we'll be off for two weeks. We're also taking two weeks off in July because I'm moving. Both of us want new cars but we're waiting on that. Chandra has been watching the French Open and is happy that American Coco Gauff will be in the final. Royals: Minutes 5:30 to 29 Duchess Meghan made a quiet visit to the Uvalde memorial and she brought food to blood drive volunteers, who had no idea who she was. One woman said she thought Meghan was a neighbor and that Meghan was sweet. Meghan seems to prefer to do quiet, respectful work on the ground. After we heard that Harry and Meghan were going to the Jubilee there was so much hysteria about whether they would pull a “stunt,” if they would overshadow the Queen and if would bring Netflix cameras despite the fact that Netflix didn't request a press pass. It's all very predictable. We also heard that the Sussexes likely arranged with the Queen to spend Lilibet's first birthday with her privately. The Cambridges are going to be in Wales for Jubilee events on that day. It's clear that the two couples are being kept apart. The Sussexes arrived in England on Wednesday night by commercial flight and were greeted at the airport by armored SUVS and the Queen's protection service. It's interesting how Harry got security for this visit considering that he is fighting in court for protection while in the UK. For Trooping The Color they were not on the balcony but watched from the Major General's Office. Meghan was photographed wearing a wide sun hat with a giant bow and she wore a cute cap sleeve dress. Prince William, Prince Charles and Princess Anne arrived to the Jubilee on horseback in full military regalia while The Queen and her cousin, The Duke of Kent, watched from the balcony. Chandra saw some tweets about that which cracked her up. The balcony was very subdued this year. The Queen, The Cambridges and their kids, Camilla and Charles and the Duke of Kent and his wife were there. Sophie, Edward and her kids were on the balcony but they were pushed to the side. More of the royal family, especially the children, should have been included. Kate, Camilla and the Cambridge children arrived by carriage. Kate wore a white McQueen coatdress with shoulder pads that she last wore to the G7 last year. George wore a suit with a blue tie, Charlotte had on a blue dress and Louis was in a sailor outfit that William wore as a child to a Trooping the Colour in the 1980s. I play a segment from Zoom where we talked about the royals. In a section we recorded on Friday, we talk about the Jubilee service. Both couples came without their children. Meghan was wearing a Dior belted coat that looked cream in photos but was actually pale lilac. She looked rich and expensive. Kate was wearing a yellow Emilia Wickstead with a weird criss cross high waistline. Her Philip Treacy hat was in a saucer shape and had floral embellishments underneath. Chandra doesn't think it's the same hat she wore to Harry and Meghan's wedding. Zara Tindall was in a fuchsia dress that was so fug! Eugenie was in an orange short sleeve dress and Beatrice had on a pleated blue dress with little white buttons down the front. It was like she stole Kate's style! Several outlets including The Daily Mail and People said that the body language between the Cambridges and Sussexes at the service was tense. The Daily Mirror reported that the Sussexes went to Clarence House before the service, so they spent some time with Charles and Camilla. The Queen is not going to the horse race on Saturday the 4th so Chandra thinks the Sussexes and their children will visit her. Omid Scobie has been doing great analysis of the royal family in his new Yahoo UK column. The verdict We talk about a recent court verdict Comments of the Week My comment of the week is from Crowhood on the post about Jana Kramer having an affair with her married Dancing with The Stars partner. Kaiser's comment of the week is from Amy Bee on the post about the Archbishop of Canterbury saying Andrew wanted to make amends. Thanks for listening bitches!

Unbelievable?
Rowan Williams & Paul Kingsnorth • Conversion, culture and the cross: Are we ready to believe in God again?

Unbelievable?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 84:59


The Big Conversation - Episode 2 | Season 4 Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury engages with author Paul Kingsnorth on his adult conversion to Eastern Orthodox Christianity. Paul and Rowan talk about the spiritual longings that still exist under the surface of secular culture and whether ancient forms of Christianity may provide answers to today's generation. For bonus content including the Jordan Peterson ebook, updates and more shows, sign up at: http://www.thebigconversation.show Take our survey: https://survey-star.net/williams Rowan Williams: http://rowanwilliams.archbishopofcanterbury.org/ Paul Kingsnorth's article: https://www.paulkingsnorth.net/cross The Big Conversation is a video series from Unbelievable? featuring world-class thinkers across the religious and non-religious community. Exploring science, faith, philosophy and what it means to be human. The Big Conversation is produced by Premier in partnership with John Templeton Foundation. • More shows, free eBook & newsletter: https://premierunbelievable.com • For live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • For online learning: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training-and-events • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/donate

Better Together with Maria Menounos
Regular Guy Friday Ep. 69: The Emotional Weight Women Carry

Better Together with Maria Menounos

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 80:29


Peace sign selfies must accompany a soft smile. The unnecessary emotional weight women carry and the eventual effects on physical health. How youth is but a mask. How the mask falls off with age. How anger and sadness can be positive emotions. How comedy must rule. How you may be a priest but not a saint. How overindulging those around you robs you and them. @askjillian takes on the #mansonfamily. @undergaro trolls Tex Watson while attempting to be the most popular Regular Guy in Canterbury, CT.  @thekelseymeyer is in Chicago and will remind us how all trips change us in some way. @poojanayyarr realizes the only scam better than Fridays, is being in your 20's and forgets it's not bitches but 'betches'. She still a Kween. Bye Betches. .