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New Books in History
Oline Eaton, "Finding Jackie: The Second Act of America's First Lady" (Diversion Books, 2023)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 57:10


In her new book, Finding Jackie: A Life Reinvented (Diversion Books, 2023), scholar and writer Oline Eaton examines the story of an era's biggest "star of life," Jaqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, as she coped with trauma and built a new existence in an unstable world during the time between JFK's murder in 1963 and the death of her second husband, Aristotle Onassis, in 1975. Jackie Kennedy was universally loved and to this day is still remembered as dignified, classy, a superior wife, mother, decorator, and hostess. But what story lies beneath that of the former First Lady? What is the true tale of the woman who later wore leather miniskirts, grew her hair long, and married infamous Greek shipping tycoon Ari Onassis? Eaton charts the taboo and often dismissed story of Jackie, the life of a woman reinventing herself time and time again. In Finding Jackie, she follows the "star of life" through her tragedies and triumphs with all the urgency and uncertainty she faced. Revealed is the Jackie the world has never seen, the Jackie who climbed pyramids, held fascinating jobs, lived abroad, married a scandalous man, saw a sex movie with him in a theater, and then judo-flipped a photographer on her way out. She frolicked braless and barefoot in Capri. She saved Grand Central. She stepped outside the rarefied world she'd been born into and exemplified the cultural changes of the 1960s and 70s. With newly released archival evidence, Finding Jackie illuminates the disconnect between the public story and what is now known of Jackie Kennedy Onassis' actual private life. Jackie has long been celebrated for her style rather than her substance but, when set in its full historical context, her story resonates today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Biography
Oline Eaton, "Finding Jackie: The Second Act of America's First Lady" (Diversion Books, 2023)

New Books in Biography

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 57:10


In her new book, Finding Jackie: A Life Reinvented (Diversion Books, 2023), scholar and writer Oline Eaton examines the story of an era's biggest "star of life," Jaqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, as she coped with trauma and built a new existence in an unstable world during the time between JFK's murder in 1963 and the death of her second husband, Aristotle Onassis, in 1975. Jackie Kennedy was universally loved and to this day is still remembered as dignified, classy, a superior wife, mother, decorator, and hostess. But what story lies beneath that of the former First Lady? What is the true tale of the woman who later wore leather miniskirts, grew her hair long, and married infamous Greek shipping tycoon Ari Onassis? Eaton charts the taboo and often dismissed story of Jackie, the life of a woman reinventing herself time and time again. In Finding Jackie, she follows the "star of life" through her tragedies and triumphs with all the urgency and uncertainty she faced. Revealed is the Jackie the world has never seen, the Jackie who climbed pyramids, held fascinating jobs, lived abroad, married a scandalous man, saw a sex movie with him in a theater, and then judo-flipped a photographer on her way out. She frolicked braless and barefoot in Capri. She saved Grand Central. She stepped outside the rarefied world she'd been born into and exemplified the cultural changes of the 1960s and 70s. With newly released archival evidence, Finding Jackie illuminates the disconnect between the public story and what is now known of Jackie Kennedy Onassis' actual private life. Jackie has long been celebrated for her style rather than her substance but, when set in its full historical context, her story resonates today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography

New Books in American Studies
Oline Eaton, "Finding Jackie: The Second Act of America's First Lady" (Diversion Books, 2023)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 57:10


In her new book, Finding Jackie: A Life Reinvented (Diversion Books, 2023), scholar and writer Oline Eaton examines the story of an era's biggest "star of life," Jaqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, as she coped with trauma and built a new existence in an unstable world during the time between JFK's murder in 1963 and the death of her second husband, Aristotle Onassis, in 1975. Jackie Kennedy was universally loved and to this day is still remembered as dignified, classy, a superior wife, mother, decorator, and hostess. But what story lies beneath that of the former First Lady? What is the true tale of the woman who later wore leather miniskirts, grew her hair long, and married infamous Greek shipping tycoon Ari Onassis? Eaton charts the taboo and often dismissed story of Jackie, the life of a woman reinventing herself time and time again. In Finding Jackie, she follows the "star of life" through her tragedies and triumphs with all the urgency and uncertainty she faced. Revealed is the Jackie the world has never seen, the Jackie who climbed pyramids, held fascinating jobs, lived abroad, married a scandalous man, saw a sex movie with him in a theater, and then judo-flipped a photographer on her way out. She frolicked braless and barefoot in Capri. She saved Grand Central. She stepped outside the rarefied world she'd been born into and exemplified the cultural changes of the 1960s and 70s. With newly released archival evidence, Finding Jackie illuminates the disconnect between the public story and what is now known of Jackie Kennedy Onassis' actual private life. Jackie has long been celebrated for her style rather than her substance but, when set in its full historical context, her story resonates today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Oline Eaton, "Finding Jackie: The Second Act of America's First Lady" (Diversion Books, 2023)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 57:10


In her new book, Finding Jackie: A Life Reinvented (Diversion Books, 2023), scholar and writer Oline Eaton examines the story of an era's biggest "star of life," Jaqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, as she coped with trauma and built a new existence in an unstable world during the time between JFK's murder in 1963 and the death of her second husband, Aristotle Onassis, in 1975. Jackie Kennedy was universally loved and to this day is still remembered as dignified, classy, a superior wife, mother, decorator, and hostess. But what story lies beneath that of the former First Lady? What is the true tale of the woman who later wore leather miniskirts, grew her hair long, and married infamous Greek shipping tycoon Ari Onassis? Eaton charts the taboo and often dismissed story of Jackie, the life of a woman reinventing herself time and time again. In Finding Jackie, she follows the "star of life" through her tragedies and triumphs with all the urgency and uncertainty she faced. Revealed is the Jackie the world has never seen, the Jackie who climbed pyramids, held fascinating jobs, lived abroad, married a scandalous man, saw a sex movie with him in a theater, and then judo-flipped a photographer on her way out. She frolicked braless and barefoot in Capri. She saved Grand Central. She stepped outside the rarefied world she'd been born into and exemplified the cultural changes of the 1960s and 70s. With newly released archival evidence, Finding Jackie illuminates the disconnect between the public story and what is now known of Jackie Kennedy Onassis' actual private life. Jackie has long been celebrated for her style rather than her substance but, when set in its full historical context, her story resonates today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

On The Virg
Dr. David Alfery - S5E1

On The Virg

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 115:37


Joining me this week On The Virg is Dr David Alfery. David just finished his book, “Saving Grace…..What Patients Teach Their Doctors about Life, Death, and the Balance in Between”. We discuss the powerful themes of the book through the eyes of an anesthesiologist, finding his faith, mission trips, a fateful no show to a Grateful Dead party, Capri, LSU football, and how golf has played such a huge role in his life.

The Lightworkers’ Guide | Spirituality, Health & Wellness, Human Design, the Gene Keys, and the Law of Attraction
11. The Lessons You Need To Be Reminded of To Focus on the Things That Matter, With Capri Celebrating Her 13th Birthday

The Lightworkers’ Guide | Spirituality, Health & Wellness, Human Design, the Gene Keys, and the Law of Attraction

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 20:24


Grab your tissues, friend. Lucy interviews her daughter, Capri, as she shares the 13 life lessons she's learned. Listen in as Capri shares wisdom beyond her years. My love,  You are so special. I'm most grateful that God and your Soul chose me to be your momma. I love you fiercely with all of my heart. My prayer is you continue to grow and evolve into the highest version of yourself and that all of your dreams come true. Know that you always have me by your side to support you through everything—no matter what.  Continue to radiate your kind and witty spirit, and you will attract everything you desire in this life. As Poppa would tell me, "Touch the sky." Always and in all ways, I love you. Mom   QUOTABLE   “Live your life to the fullest.” - Capri   “Get used to change and stop fearing it.” - Capri   “Don't be afraid of removing negativity in your life if it isn't serving you well.” - Capri   “Life is a competition with the person you were yesterday.” - Capri   “Preparation is a stepping stone to success.” - Capri   “Anything forced isn't worth fighting for.” - Capri   “Don't waste time on things that don't matter.” - Capri   “You control your attitude—your attitude toward a situation is entirely up to you.” - Capri   “You can either keep focusing on what you don't like about your life or make an effort to change it. The choice is yours, and so is the life that you live everyday.” - Capri   “You are seen, you are worthy, you are light.”   WORK WITH LUCY Business Branding | Launch Your Podcast or Program | Podcast and Social Media Management The Intentional Planner   SOCIAL Instagram | Facebook Say Hello hello@lucycelebrates.com   ADDITIONAL RESOURCES   Look Up Your Human Design Chart

The Insider Travel Report Podcast
Discover the Many Charms of Italy's Shedir Collection of Luxury Boutique Hotels

The Insider Travel Report Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 7:50


Delia Monfrecola, group commercial director for the Shedir Collection, talks with James Shillinglaw of Insider Travel Report about her group of Italian boutique luxury hotels, most of them Rome. Shedir includes Vilon Roma, Maalot Roma, Umiltà 36 , Palazzo Roma (opening in spring 2023) and even Capri Tiberio Palace in Capri. It all adds up to a collection of upscale properties located in some of the best spots in Rome and Capri. This is part of our continuing coverage of ILTM 2022 in Cannes, held Dec. 4-8 in France., For more information, visit https://shedircollection.com. If interested, the original video of this podcast can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.

Untold Italy travel podcast
WIN! An Untold Italy Tour Package for 2 [Listen to Find Out How]

Untold Italy travel podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 3:07


Want to visit our favorite spots in hidden Italy? Enter our competition to win an Untold Italy Tour experience for 2 people [valued at up to $US 10,000!] and you could be joining us in Puglia, Piedmont, Tuscany, Emilia-Romagna, Umbria or Capri! Simply complete our Italy Region Quiz, discover your ideal Italian region to visit and provide your details and you're in the running to win! We'll also send you a travel guide to the region you chose!>> Enter here to winIn bocca al lupo! Good luck!Support the showOn tour - Trip schedule | Join us: Untold Italy Amici | Visit our online store | Follow: Instagram • Facebook • YouTube • Italy Travel Planning Community

The John Batchelor Show
#Londinium90AD: Gaius and Germanicus contrast retiring Tiberius to Capri and retiring Biden to Delaware. Michael Vlahos. #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 12:13


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #Londinium90AD: Gaius and Germanicus contrast retiring Tiberius to Capri and retiring Biden to Delaware. Michael Vlahos.  #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/classified-docs-at-bidens-home-were-tipping-point-for-a-special-counsel-sources/ar-AA16noEW

El Show De Chiquibaby
HOY CUMPLEAÑOS DE CHIQUIBABY, NUEVAS PALABRAS DE CAPRI BLU, CANCION DE SHAKIRA PLAGEO, GERARD PIQUE DESTROZADO EN REDES!!!

El Show De Chiquibaby

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 70:16


BAJA NUESTRO APP EL SHOW DE CHIQUIBABY  PARA IPHONE: https://apple.co/32s0aYN PARA ANDROID: https://bit.ly/2ZAwR4q

Pulling The Thread with Elise Loehnen
In Search of Paradise (Pico Iyer)

Pulling The Thread with Elise Loehnen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 61:27


“There are many places I'd love to see and I know I would learn from. But if I never see them, I won't be sorry. I mean I feel I'm so happy just being here in my little rented two room apartment in the middle of nowhere, Japan where we've been for 29 years. And I would be so grateful if I could spend almost every day here. And again another thing that the pandemic reminded us, I couldn't travel as much as usual. I don't think I really missed it. What I did find was I'd take a walk along the road behind my mother's house and it's in the hills of Santa Barbara and my parents had lived there more than 50 years. I'd never walked to the end of the road just 20 minutes away before. And I did. And I'd look around and there was a golden light of early morning and there's a Pacific ocean in the distance with the sun sentient above it. And I said, this is as beautiful as anywhere. Somebody would go to Capri or Rio de Janeiro to see us right in my backyard. And I'd never thought to look at it before. And so too, with this little apartment, my wife and I just start taking walks in every direction. And we came upon bamboo forests and cherry blossoms, all kinds of wonders. And we'd never in 29 years in this apartment looked around us. And so a reminder that all the beauty of the wonder of the world is right here. If only I have the eyes and motivation to see.” So says the wonderful Pico Iyer, who began his career teaching writing and literature at Havard, before he joined Time as a writer on world affairs. Since then, he has published 15 books, many of which are bestsellers. His books have been translated into over 23 languages, on subjects ranging from the Dalai Lama to globalism to the Cuban Revolution to Islamic mysticism. Perhaps known best for his travel writing, his most recent book, The Half Known Life: In Search of Paradise, is the culmination of a lifetime of experiences in the outer world, intertwined with a deep and beautiful look at his inner world, as he asks himself, and the reader, how we might come upon paradise in the midst of the reality of our lives.  Most of us are steeped in a culture which views paradise as eternally elusive—we live our lives with a deep longing to return to the Eden from which we have been evicted, to a place where the struggles of the human experience melt away. But it is in our struggle that we find paradise, Iyer tells us, if only we have the eyes to see it.  EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: Recalling what we have forgotten… Utopian longings and viable dreams… Creating a life that matters… MORE FROM PICO IYER: The Half Known Life: In Search of Paradise and other books by Pico Iyer Pico's website  Watch Pico Iyer's TED Talks: Where is home? (2013) The art of stillness (2014) The beauty of what we'll never know (2016) What ping-pong taught me about life (2019) To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

P1 Kultur
Resan till Yvetot – i Annie Ernaux fotspår

P1 Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 38:02


Den franska Nobelpristagaren Annie Ernaux har haft en sårig och komplex relation till den plats, småstaden Yvetot i landskapet Normandie, där hon växte upp. Kulturredaktionens Cecilia Blomberg reste dit för att få svar på hur och varför. I reportaget förekommer Émile Canu, som tills nyligen var borgmästare i Yvetot och numera nära vän till Ernaux, stadens kulturchef Clémence Laot och bokhandlaren Manuel Hirbec.Dessutom får vi följa med till Paris där vi möter Nicolas Ungemuth, biträdande kulturchef på tidningen Le Figaro och en stark kritiker av Ernaux, samt Le Mondes biträdande kulturchef Raphaelle Leyris.Musiken i reportaget är Capri c'est fini med Hervé Vilard. En låt som nämns i boken Åren - och dessutom ingick några fragment av sånger av Yves Montand.Uppläsningarna i reportaget är alla ur Sveriges Radios arkiv, ur boken Min far.Producent: Mattias Berg.

RageQuit
Likkos Univers m/ Gjedda - Episode 39 - Racing

RageQuit

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 63:46


Likko og Gjedda er tilbake igjen. Denne gangen snakker gutta om racing, Capri-sun og alkoholfri drikke. Beskjed fra SteelBoiii: Gutta har fått tilbud om å lære å klippe sine egne episoder, men ingen av de har svart SteelBoii på hans melding fra september. Så da som en liten julegave fra SteelBoiii til gutta i LUMG har han klippet ferdig episoden klar til jul. Kos dere med episoden. NB.: Likko og Gjeddda hvis dere leser dette, så står tilbudet fortsatt. Klippe går fort å lære så dette klarer dere. GOD JUL alle sammen!Takk til alle patreons som støtter oss. En ekstra takk til produsentene våreCobrakar84/69TTMXMPDukeJarlsbergBjusloTomnmelun

Dave Ryan's Christmas Wish
Dave Ryan's Christmas Wish - 2022 - #16 Capri Martin

Dave Ryan's Christmas Wish

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 12:44


Randevoo پادکست فارسی راندوو

مدرسهٔ آنلاین نزدیکتر حمایت من در سایت حامی ‌باش کانال یوتوب من برای آموزش زبان   ترجمه شفاهی : مصطفی شالچی Joe Dassin - L'été indien (1975)   II. TROIS ANS PLUS TARD À FORMENTERA   46. Jour J – 7 Casa Le Moult. Me voici à Formentera pour finir ce roman. Ce sera le dernier de la trilogie Marronnier (dans le premier, je tombais amoureux ; dans le second, je me mariais ; dans le troisième, je divorce et retombe amoureux. La boucle est bouclée). On a beau essayer d'innover dans la forme (mots étranges, anglicismes, tournures bizarroïdes, slogans publicitaires, etc.) comme dans le fond (nightclubbing, sexe, drogue, rock'n roll…) on se rend vite compte que tout ce qu'on voudrait, c'est écrire un roman d'amour avec des phrases très simples – bref, ce qu'il y a de plus difficile à faire. J'écoute le bruit de la mer. Je ralentis enfin. La vitesse empêche d'être soi. Ici les journées ont une durée lisible dans le ciel. Ma vie parisienne n'a pas de ciel. Pondre une accroche, faxer un article, répondre au téléphone, vite, courir de réunion en réunion, déjeuner sur le pouce, vite, vite, se grouiller en scooter pour arriver en retard à un cocktail. Mon existence absurde méritait bien un coup de frein. Se concentrer. Ne faire qu'une seule chose à la fois. Caresser la beauté du silence. Profiter de la lenteur. Entendre le parfum des couleurs. Tous ces trucs que le monde veut nous interdire. Tout est à refaire. Il faut tout réorganiser dans cette société. Aujourd'hui ceux qui ont de l'argent n'ont pas de temps, et ceux qui ont du temps n'ont pas d'argent. Échapper au travail est aussi difficile qu'échapper au chômage. L'oisif est l'ennemi public numéro un. On attache les gens avec l'argent : ils sacrifient leur liberté pour payer leurs impôts. Il devient de plus en plus évident que l'enjeu du siècle prochain sera de supprimer la dictature de l'entreprise. Formentera, petite île… Satellite d'Ibiza dans la constellation des Baléares. Formentera, c'est la Corse sans les bombes, Ibiza sans les boîtes, Moustique sans Mick Jagger, Capri sans Hervé Vilard, le Pays basque sans la pluie. Soleil blanc. Promenade en Vespa. Chaleur et poussière. Fleurs desséchées. Mer turquoise. Odeur des pins. Chant des grillons. Lézards trouillards. Moutons qui font mêêê. — Il n'y a pas de « mais », leur rétorque-je. Soleil rouge. Gambas a la plancha. Vamos a la playa. Lune orange. Gin con limon. Je cherchais l'apaisement, c'est ici, où il fait trop chaud pour écrire de longues phrases. On peut être en vacances ailleurs que dans le coma. La mer est remplie d'eau. Le ciel bouge sans cesse. Les étoiles filent. Respirer de l'air devrait toujours être une occupation à plein temps. C'est l'histoire d'un type qui s'enferme tout seul sur une île pour terminer un bouquin qui ne s'appelle pas Paludes. Le type mène une vie de dingue, cela lui fait tout drôle de se retrouver livré à lui-même, dans la nature, sans télévision, ni téléphone. À Paris, il est pressé, joue les dynamiques, ici ne bouge pas de la journée, se promène le soir, toujours seul. Barnabooth à Florence, Byron à Venise, le panda du zoo de Vincennes sont ses modèles. La seule personne à qui il dise bonjour est la serveuse de San Francesco. Le type porte une chemise noire, un Jean blanc, des Tod's. Boit des pastis et des gin-limon. Bouffe des chips et des tortillas. N'écoute qu'un seul disque : La Sonate à Kreutzer par Arthur Rubinstein. Hier on l'aurait même aperçu applaudir un but français dans le match France-Espagne, ce qui est de mauvais goût, mais courageux, quand on est le seul Français dans un bistrot, en Espagne, sur un port. Si vous croisiez ce type, vous penseriez sans doute : « Mais que fout ce con de Parisien à la Fonda Pepe hors saison ? » Cela me chagrine un peu, vu que le type en question, c'est moi. Alors, mettez-la un peu en veilleuse, merci. Je suis l'ermite qui sourit au vent tiède.   Dans une semaine cela fera trois ans que je vis avec Alice.     47.Jour J – 6 Bon, d'accord, quand Alice a quitté Antoine, puis quand nous avons déménagé pour vivre ensemble rue Mazarine (la rue où Antoine Blondin est mort), je ne vous cache pas qu'il m'arrivait d'être pris d'angoisse. Le bonheur est bien plus effrayant que le malheur. D'avoir obtenu ce que je désirais le plus au monde me combla de joie, et simultanément, me plongea dans le doute. Referais-je les mêmes erreurs ? N'étais-je qu'un romantique cyclique ? Maintenant qu'elle était là, en voulais-je vraiment ? Deviendrais-je trop tendre ? M'arrivait-il de m'ennuyer avec elle ? Quand est-ce que j'arrêterais de me prendre la tête, bordel de merde ? Antoine voulait me tuer, la tuer, se tuer. Notre couple se bâtissait sur les cendres d'un double divorce, comme s'il fallait se repaître de deux sacrifices humains pour construire un nouvel amour. Schumpeter appelait cela la « destruction créatrice », mais Schumpeter était économiste, et les économistes sont rarement des sentimentaux. Nous avons détruit deux mariages pour rester unis, tel le blob qui absorbe ses victimes pour s'agrandir. Le bonheur est une chose si monstrueuse que, si vous n'en crevez pas vous-même, il exigera de vous au moins quelques assassinats.   Jean-Georges est venu me rejoindre à Formentera. Ensemble, nous refaisons le monde, puis rendons visite aux poissons sous la mer. Il rédige une pièce de théâtre, et boit donc autant que moi.   Poème à lire en état d'ivresse : À Formentera Tu fermenteras.   Nous croisons de vieux couples de hippies défoncés, qui sont restés ensemble, ici, depuis les années soixante. Comment ont-ils fait pour tenir si longtemps ? J'en ai les larmes aux yeux. Je leur achète de l'herbe. Avec Jean-Georges, nous picolons dans les troquets, en jouant au billard. Il me raconte ses amours. Il vient de rencontrer la femme de sa vie, il est heureux, pour la première fois. — Aimer : nous ne vivons pour rien d'autre, dit-il. — Et faire des enfants ? — Pas question ! Donner naissance à quelqu'un dans un monde pareil ? Criminel ! Egoïste ! Narcissique ! — Moi, les femmes, je leur fais mieux qu'un enfant : je leur fais un livre, proclame-je en levant le doigt. Nous jetons des œillades à la serveuse. Elle est à croquer, porte un boléro, sa peau mate est légèrement duveteuse, grands yeux noirs, se tient cambrée, farouche comme une squaw. — Elle ressemble à Alice, dis-je. Si je couchais avec elle, je serais quand même fidèle. Alice est restée à Paris, et viendra me rejoindre ici dans une semaine.   Dans six jours cela fera trois ans que je vis avec elle.      

Kulturreportaget i P1
Resan till Yvetot – i Annie Ernaux fotspår

Kulturreportaget i P1

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 37:47


Den franska Nobelpristagaren Annie Ernaux har haft en sårig och komplex relation till den plats, småstaden Yvetot i landskapet Normandie, där hon växte upp. Kulturredaktionens Cecilia Blomberg reste dit för att få svar på hur och varför. I reportaget förekommer Émile Canu, som tills nyligen var borgmästare i Yvetot och numera nära vän till Ernaux, stadens kulturchef Clémence Laot och bokhandlaren Manuel Hirbec.Dessutom får vi följa med till Paris där vi möter Nicolas Ungemuth, biträdande kulturchef på tidningen Le Figaro och en stark kritiker av Ernaux, samt Le Mondes biträdande kulturchef Raphaelle Leyris.Musiken i reportaget är Capri c'est fini med Hervé Vilard. En låt som nämns i boken Åren - och dessutom ingick några fragment av sånger av Yves Montand.Uppläsningarna i reportaget är alla ur Sveriges Radios arkiv, ur boken Min far.Producent: Mattias Berg.

il posto delle parole
Anna Kanakis "Non giudicarmi"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 25:02


Anna Kanakis"Non giudicarmi"Baldini + Castoldihttps://www.baldinicastoldi.it/È il 5 novembre del 1923. Il barone Jacques d'Adelsward Fersen sta tornando a casa, a Capri, nel suo buen retiro: Villa Lysis. Jacques è un uomo enigmatico e insoddisfatto: cocainomane, omosessuale, è un reietto, un diverso. La sua vita, benché luccicante e sofisticata, è una continua lotta contro i suoi demoni: gli mancava il talento per diventare lo scrittore che avrebbe voluto essere, ma è soprattutto la sua omosessualità ad avergli provocato un isolamento dalla famiglia, il carcere e una profonda malinconia.Ora, in quello che sembra a tutti gli effetti un simbolico ritorno al proprio io interiore, lo ritroviamo assieme ai suoi due amanti, Nino e Manfredo: il primo, compagno di una vita, è stato un ragazzo di strada, un manovale, e si prende cura di Jacques con compassione e affetto; il secondo, più capriccioso e volitivo, è un giovane talmente delicato da essersi guadagnato l'appellativo di “fauno”.Durante il viaggio non mancheranno gli incontri con amici del passato, ma anche con i fantasmi di un tempo che, alimentati dall'astinenza forzata dalla cocai- na, tornano a tormentare il protagonista e provocano in lui allucinazioni, ossessioni negative, baratri emotivi. Una domanda assilla Jacques: è possibile riscattarsi almeno alla fine? Cosa può fare un uomo per sottrarsi alla condanna degli altri e alla sua stessa mediocrità?Un romanzo storico affascinante e originalissimo, capace di restituire con esattezza e lirismo la vera voce di un personaggio realmente esistito e che tuttavia si dimostra in grado di travalicare il tempo: perché poco e niente sembra essere cambiato da quando Jacques Fersen, barone d'Adelsward, vagava per Capri sotto lo sguardo sdegnato della gente. Un libro feroce, commovente, raffinatissimo, che ci consente di decifrare un dolore che ci riguarda e ci appartiene ancora oggi.Anna Kanakis è nata in Sicilia, da padre greco e mamma messinese: un orgoglioso miscuglio di Magna Grecia e italianità. È un'attrice e scrittrice italiana. La “diversità” è l'elemento che descrive meglio il suo lavoro e la sua carriera. Entrare e uscire dalle vite di personaggi dissimili, per tradurne la psicologia e sfiorar- ne l'anima, è sempre stata una passione e una sfida. La scrittura, invece, una passione segreta. Ha pubblicato il romanzo Sei così mia quando dormi. L'ultimo scandaloso amore di George Sand (2010) e L'amante di Goebbels (2011), dove narra la storia vera di Lída Baarová, attrice cecoslovacca che fu amante di Joseph Goebbels nel 1938.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/

El Show De Chiquibaby
CAPRI BLU ESTA EN TT, A DONDE MIGRAN LOS MILENIUM, FEY EN LOS ANGELES, JULION ALVAREZ REGRESA A USA, ACUSAN LIDER EN SECTA, REAL ID!!!

El Show De Chiquibaby

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 67:29


BAJA NUESTRO APP EL SHOW DE CHIQUIBABY  PARA IPHONE: https://apple.co/32s0aYN PARA ANDROID: https://bit.ly/2ZAwR4q

El Show De Chiquibaby
CAPRI BLU AVENTURAS, MEXICO SUBE LOS SALARIOS, SHAKIRA YA EN MIAMI, NUEVO AMOR DE BELINDA!!!

El Show De Chiquibaby

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 62:45


Monumental - La 1ere

Avec ses six kilomètres de long sur presque trois de large, Capri est une île qui se trouve dans la baie de Naples. Depuis lʹantiquité, elle ne cesse de subjuguer les visiteurs. Sur place, il est impossible de ne pas visiter la villa Jovis mais aussi la villa Malaparte, la via Krupp, les Faraglioni ou encore la grotte bleue. Avec Clemens Krause, archéologue et spécialiste de lʹarchitecture gréco-romaine.

The Intuitive Catalyst
Episode 13 – Leilani with Myra Capri Herring

The Intuitive Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 59:40


In this episode, I am joined with Myra Capri Herring to explore what gets in the way of living into our wholeness and what we can do about it. We delve into the topics of competing energies, the role of love and fear in our spiritual journeys, and the layers of consciousness.Myra Capri Herring is a Wellness Coach and the founder and CEO of Capri Brand, LLC, a personal branding company, where she coaches women how to live a life of flow that is in alignment with their most true and beautiful self. After graduating from Spelman College in Atlanta, Myra spent 10 years as a technology consultant where she noticed women's careers being negatively impacted by their lack of understanding of the importance of their image and presence. As a result, Myra started Capri Brand with an aim to help women polish their personal and professional brand through image consulting and personal development coaching. She is also the co-founder of Inspire Her: Confidence women's leadership conference which provides women with a toolkit to remove barriers to their success and help them accelerate into their purpose with confidence. Myra lives in Atlanta, GA, and enjoys spending time with family, traveling, and advocating for ambitious women pursuing greater purpose in life.Resources mentioned:Sign up for Leilani's *FREE* Workshop for Earth Angels: https://www.shamanleilani.com/workshopsThe Intuitive Catalyst Podcast, Season 2 Episode 6 – Leilani with Josette LeBlanc Part I (Discussing the Matrix)“The Big Leap” by Gay Hendricks: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6391876-the-big-leapConnect with MyraWebsite: www.capribrand.com Instagram: @capribrandFacebook: @capribrandTwitter: @capribrandConnect with LeilaniWebsite: www.shamanleilani.comInstagram: @shamanleilaniTwitter: @shamanleilaniMedium: @shamanleilaniClubhouse: @shamanleilaniTimestamps:05:30 Being versus Doing09:0 The path to ease13:30 The impact of trauma16:30 Competing molecules/energies22:00 Sneaky self-sabotage25:30 Shifting our beliefs28:30 Forgiving ourselves & others 32:00 Layers of consciousness36:00 Coming home to ourselves40:30 The impact of self-betrayal47:00 The difference between guilt & shame53:30 Feeling limitless

Coffee Talk: Annenberg Presidential Conference Center

Today Sarah & TJ sit down with the wonderful Bryan native and owner of Caffe Capri, Rami Cerone. What do you think the Bush's favorite dish was? CONNECT WITH US Website Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn Spotify Apple Podcast Youtube

Remarkable Retail
The Third Big Wave of Digital Advertising: A Deep Dive Into Retail Media Networks with Andrew Lipsman

Remarkable Retail

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 39:51


Our guest this week is Andrew Lipsman, Principal Analyst at Insider Intelligence, recorded live at the recently completed GroceryShop event in Las Vegas. We go deep into the burgeoning world of retail media networks, exploring what they are, how they work, and why they have become arguably the most exciting growth area for retailers in recent memory. We dig into the key accelerants and enablers, how success requires a significant shift in organizational mindset, and what challenges need to be overcome to best balance the customer experience with retailers desire to chase incremental profits. And we can't pass up the opportunity to get Andrew's perspective on the holiday shopping season. But first we give our hot-takes on the week in retail news, kicking off with our thoughts on Michelle Gass's departure from Kohl's, before moving to the stock market frenzy unleashed by better inflation numbers. We also unpack profit warnings from Capri and others ,and what to make of earnings reports from retail disruptors like Mytheresa (the good), Allbirds (the bad) and Warby Parker (the maybe). We close with a brief discussion of Amazon's reported profitability review, before dipping into the department of useless headlines.LinksKohl's Retail Fight Club Michael Kliger Dan McCarthy Lauren Weiner About AndrewAndrew Lipsman is a Principal Analyst at Insider Intelligence, focusing on retail and ecommerce. Recent coverage includes grocery ecommerce, retail media networks, D2C brands, social commerce, mobile retail apps, holiday shopping, and Amazon Prime Day.Previously, Andrew was SVP of Marketing & Insights at comScore, covering multiple industries and overseeing the company's global marketing insights and thought leadership initiatives. He has specialized in several coverage areas in addition to retail, including social media, mobile, digital advertising and cross-platform marketing. Andrew has been a regular contributor to the Journal of Advertising Research and is frequently quoted by leading news organizations like the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Advertising Age, CNN, Fortune, Reuters and Bloomberg.Andrew holds an MBA from Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management and his undergraduate degree from Duke University.About UsSteve Dennis is an advisor, keynote speaker and author on strategic growth and business innovation. You can learn more about Steve on his       website.    The expanded and revised edition of his bestselling book  Remarkable Retail: How To Win & Keep Customers in the Age of Disruption is now available at  Amazon or just about anywhere else books are sold. Steve regularly shares his insights in his role as a      Forbes senior contributor and on       Twitter and       LinkedIn. You can also check out his speaker "sizzle" reel      here.Michael LeBlanc  is the Founder & President of M.E. LeBlanc & Company Inc and a Senior Advisor to Retail Council of Canada as part of his advisory and consulting practice.   He brings 25+ years of brand/retail/marketing & eCommerce leadership experience, and has been on the front lines of retail industry change for his entire career.  Michael is the producer and host of a network of leading podcasts including Canada's top retail industry podcast,       The Voice of Retail, plus  Global E-Commerce Tech Talks  ,      The Food Professor  with Dr. Sylvain Charlebois and now in its second season, Conversations with CommerceNext!  You can learn more about Michael   here  or on     LinkedIn. Be sure and check out Michael's latest venture for fun and influencer riches - Last Request Barbecue,  his YouTube BBQ cooking channel! 

Chica Travel with Lelo
54. A Trip To The Amalfi Coast With Buhle

Chica Travel with Lelo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 55:01


Ciao !! In this episode I connect with Buhle Ndlovu (@buhlendlovu_) and we reminisce about our recent trips to the oh-so fabulous Amalfi Coast in Italy. Buhle and I talk about the places we visited in Amalfi, the food, the people, and why you need to add this amazing destination to your bucket list! The places mentioned include Capri, Positano, Sorrento, Ravello and Maiori. If you haven't yet booked your trip to Amalfi yet, what are you waiting for? I would love to hear your thoughts on this episode so please do leave a review on Apple Podcasts or send me a comment on social media via @chicatravelpodcast or @mslelob!

Travelisto - Der Reisepodcast für aktive Familien
Süditalien: Zu Besuch in Neapel und auf der Insel Procida

Travelisto - Der Reisepodcast für aktive Familien

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 55:05


Die Neapolitaner finden, dass der Golf von Neapel der schönste Ort der Welt ist. Grund genug für uns, dies zu überprüfen. Und so haben wir unsere Herbstferien in der Region in Süditalien verbracht. Zunächst einmal ging es auf die kleine, wunderbare Insel Procida direkt im Golf vor Neapel. Hier fanden wir ein kleines Stück traumhaftes Bilderbuch-Italien und jede Menge Entspannung. Ein recht großer Kontrast zu der süditalienischen Metropole, die wir im Anschluss besuchten: Neapel. Die pulsierende Stadt hatte und mit ihrer Vitalität und Lebensfreude direkt begeistert. Umso mehr hat es uns Spaß gemacht, die Erlebnisse an diesen beiden wundervollen Orten aufzunehmen und euch mit jeder Menge Tipps und Inspiration zu versorgen.

Curiosity Invited
Episode 19 - Josiah Citin

Curiosity Invited

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 50:18


Determined to help others in the community avoid the pain and loss he felt, Josiah Citrin speaks candidly about what the loss of his son Augie about the painful loss of his son, Augie as a result of fentanyl poisoning. Like so many who believe they are using a familiar substance, Augie died tragically when he was poisoned by the counterfeit narcotic.  Josiah Citin Background:  Josiah Citrin is a culinary expert and veteran of Los Angeles's gourmet dining scene, with more than 25 years of experience. He is a two-star Michelin chef and owner of Santa Monica's highly-acclaimed Mélisse, Charcoal Venice, and Dave's Doghouse at the Staples Center in Downtown Los Angeles and Indian Wells Tennis Garden. His culinary philosophy, “In Pursuit of Excellence” sets the standard for all of his concepts, whether fine-dining or casual.Citrin discovered his passion for food through his family at an early age, growing up in Santa Monica and Venice with a mother who was a caterer, and a French grandmother who cooked family meals. Their knowledge, combined with his excitement for cooking and business, led him to pursue a culinary career. Citrin moved to Paris to explore his French heritage after graduating from Santa Monica High School, and worked for three years at fine Parisian restaurants Vivarois and La Poste, gaining an understanding of and respect for the rules of traditional French cooking.This invaluable experience taught him both the art and discipline of cooking and fine dining, and formed the definitive basis of his training.  He returned to the United States in 1990 and began applying his skills at Los Angeles' finest restaurants—notably Wolfgang Puck's celebrated Chinois on Main and then at Granita.  After two years, Josiah moved on to join Patina and Pinot Bistro and cooked alongside famed chef and savvy restaurateur Joachim Splichal. Citrin subsequently became chef at Capri restaurant in Venice and Jackson's in West Hollywood. With a heightened interest in French gastronomy and a spirit for entrepreneurship, Citrin launched JiRaffe in 1996 alongside childhood friend and fellow chef Raphael Lunetta. Selling his interest to JiRaffe to Lunetta in 1999, Citrin pursued his lifelong dream of opening his own fine dining establishment by debuting Mélisse which opened to critical acclaim and has been impressing the culinary world ever since.  Citrin's honors include: Two Stars from Michelin Guide (2007, 2008, 2021), #1 for Top Food in Los Angeles and #1 American-French Restaurant for Food in Los Angeles by Zagat (2013, 2014), “Best Wine List” by LA Weekly (2015), “Top 100 Restaurants in the World” by Elite Traveler (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018), Five Stars by Forbes Travel Guide (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018), “Top Ten New Chefs” by Food & Wine magazine (1997), and “Best Chefs of the Year” by Los Angeles magazine (2012).

Table Talk
With Capri Cafaro

Table Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 23:28


Capri Cafaro was a member of the Ohio Senate for 10 years before becoming a political commentator. She can often be found on American television news channels and also hosts her own food podcast, Eat Your Heartland Out.  On the podcast she talks to Lara and Olivia about memories of cooking Italian-American classics with her Grandma, how she got into politics and why she doesn't have a sweet tooth. 

Fördomspodden
#179 Tycker Steffo Törnquist att sängarna är lite dåliga på Tidö slott?

Fördomspodden

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 51:18


Skulle programledaren Steffo Törnquist kunna resa långt för att se vapnet som dödade Usama bin Laden? Hatar han Triss-segmentet i ”Nyhetsmorgon” eftersom det saboterar allt det hårda och målmedvetna arbete han lagt ner för att aldrig någonsin behöva beblanda sig med verklighetens folk? Och har han blivit avsugen på Capri?

Spectator Radio
Table Talk: With Capri Cafaro

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 23:28


Capri Cafaro was a member of the Ohio Senate for 10 years before becoming a political commentator. She can often be found on American television news channels and also hosts her own food podcast, Eat Your Heartland Out.  On the podcast she talks to Lara and Olivia about memories of cooking Italian-American classics with her Grandma, how she got into politics and why she doesn't have a sweet tooth. 

The John Batchelor Show
#Londinium90AD: Gaius and Germanicus remark on Tiberius on Capri and the war in Europe for the Biden Administration. Michael Vlahos. #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 13:32


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #Londinium90AD: Gaius and Germanicus remark on Tiberius on Capri and the war in Europe for the Biden Administration. Michael Vlahos. #FriendsofHistoryDebatingSociety https://www.newsweek.com/putin-threatens-global-catastrophe-if-nato-forces-clash-russia-1752186

Follow Your Joy Podcast by Marla Diann
How travel can be a dynamic brand and business builder. The Laptop Lifestyle.

Follow Your Joy Podcast by Marla Diann

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 25:23


Join me as I take you on a fun journey through Italy from my 2-week trip, the beauty and the bloopers of international travel, and how I have been using travel to elevate my brand and business since 2017. I want this for you,too! No more hustle and grind. I give you details of how to integrate travel into your brand and how it becomes an inspiration for your communities. I reveal the challenge I had moving into a laptop lifestyle brand - imagine that - a challenge? See if you resonate. The result: Fun, Joy and Productivity are the norm, not the exception.  I mention a few resources: ResortPass app, withlocals.com, Carthusia parfum brand on the isle of Capri, and my brand partner, Mozzafiato: https://bit.ly/mozzafiato_brand.  Is a new life design or laptop lifestyle business model on your priority to-do list? I highly encourage you to email me to schedule a chat about intuitive sessions. support@marladiann.com - Let's get started on your next chapter or new brand. I'd love to know your takeaways -- connect with me on Instagram! Leave a review at Apple podcast and listen weekly for a new episode. For even more inspiring life, career, and entrepreneurial strategies with FREE resources, go to www.marladiann.com/free

Fish Tea Podcast
S6E2 - Fumbling the Pink Bag

Fish Tea Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022


Add $2 Mil + $9 Mil…. Carry the $1 Mil. You may need a calculator for this one. On this #FishTeaFriday we are counting the economic and societal cost of sexuality-based discrimination in Jamaica. Make yourself comfy as we take you through a doctoral journey that will land you right on the pages of the Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CAPRI) 92-page study, with Director of Research at CAPRI, Dr. Diana Thorburn. Find out more at https://fishtea-podcast.pinecast.co

El sótano
El sótano - Cumbia, Brasil y otros sabores latinoamericanos - 06/10/22

El sótano

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 60:11


Atípica selección musical cocinada con un poco de cumbia, sabores brasileños y ritmos latinos empapando canciones de pop psicodélico. Playlist; ABRAXAS “Mañana” (adelanto disco “Monte Carlo”, 2022) TWANGUERO “Cumbia del oeste” SONIDO GALLO NEGRO “Cumbia espantamuertos” (Cumbia salvaje, 2011) ALLAH-LAS “Prazer em te conhecer” (Lahs, 2019) MYSTIC BRAVES “Ponte bajo el Sol” (2019) LITTLE JOY “Next time around” (ST, 2008) BOOGARINS “Doce” (As Plantas Que Curam, 2013) BONIFRATE “Museu de arte moderna” (Museu de arte moderna, 2013) MAGIC and NAKED “Bring me the moon” (Human expression, 2017) BIFANNAH “Capri” (Dansas liquidas, 2019) MARCOCA “Strange Havana nights” (Silent Struggles, 2020) BOBBY OROZA “Your love is too cold” (This love, 2019) THE EVERYWHERES “Concede” (Dignity fever, 2016) SMOKEY and MIHO “Tempo de amor” Escuchar audio

Fish Tea Podcast
Fumbling the Pink Bag (Teaser)

Fish Tea Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 0:59


Add $2 Mil + $9 Mil…. Carry the $1 Mil. You may need a calculator for this one. On this #FishTeaFriday we are counting the economic and societal cost of sexuality-based discrimination in Jamaica. Make yourself comfy as we take you through a doctoral journey that will land you right on the pages of the Carribean Policy Research Institute (CAPRI) 92-page study, with Director of Research at CAPRI, Dr. Diana Thorburn. Find out more at https://fishtea-podcast.pinecast.co

Basic Brewing Video
October 7, 2022 - Isle of Capri Mead

Basic Brewing Video

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 13:02


Steve uses Imperial I22 Capri, a new hybrid yeast, to make a deliciously drinkable 10.5% ABV mead with a hint of citrus.

Texas Poker Podcast
Texas Poker Podcast EP 75- Clint Gets Slowrolled

Texas Poker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 36:39


Clint goes back to new poker room Capri and runs into some coolers, and slowrollers. Clint and Tyler play a late night session at Dogghouse, with some deepstacks and drinks flowing.

Hot & Unhinged
18: I Capri-Can't Believe We Did This

Hot & Unhinged

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 65:28


What's the most embarrassing thing you've ever done for someone you dated- forgave their vape addiction? -put up with them being a Capricorn? -let them drive you straight into a ditch at like 40 miles per hour? Listen, we're not proud of them, but we're gonna spill all the dirty details that we don't want to admit. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hotunhingedpod/support

Nip, Tuck, Not Giving A...

You would think us girls would've learn't our lesson by now, but we are totally unfiltered and don't hold anything back from you, so brace yourself...Lauren tells us some of the weird s*** she's done back in the day when she's gone back to a fellas and Ashley's got her eye on some more treatment she wants done.And why is it so traumatic for women to have a poo in front of men? Turns out us girls have gone to some pretty extreme lengths to cover up the deed. Plus, we're sharing the top beauty products we're using at the moment.To get involved with the show, you can send us a DM. We're on Instagram and TikTok, find us @niptuckpod.Or you can email hello@niptuckpod.comOur GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Travel Diaries
Wolfgang Puck

The Travel Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 58:46 Very Popular


With over fifty restaurants, multiple Michelin stars and innumerable celebrity fans, Wolfgang Puck is one of the world's most famous chefs and global restauranteurs. Born in Austria, he began cooking alongside his mother who was a chef, before starting his formal chef training at just 14 years old, quickly going on to cook at some of France's best restaurants. But, it wasn't an easy childhood, and Wolfgang is incredibly honest about the abusive relationship he had to endure with his step father at home, and how that has shaped who he is today, and where he still can't bring himself to travel to as a result.It was far away from Austria, in Los Angeles, California, where Wolfgang really made a name for himself, garnering the attention of the Hollywood elite, arguably becoming the world's first ‘celebrity chef' and spearheading a revolution of Californian cuisine with his flagship restaurant, Spago. For over thirty years he has also been the official caterer of the Oscars, lining the stomachs of every gong hungry nominee, and he was even awarded his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. When you have global restaurant empire like Wolfgang you spend a lot of time travelling, and this episode takes us to some fabulous locations all over the world from Sardinia to Mexico, Capri to Japan.Destination Recap:45 Park Lane, London, England Spago, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, USAAustriaColchester, Essex, EnglandVillach, AustriaArlberg, Austria Park City, Utah, USAL'Oustau de Baumanière, Provence, France SardiniaCala di Volpe, Sardinia Bonifacio, CorsicaCabo San Lucas, MexicoMontage Los Cabos, Mexico Rosewood Miramar Beach, Montecito, California, USACapri, Italy Quattro Passi Restaurant, Italy Budapest, Hungary Viva Mayr, AustriaJapanNile Cruise, Egypt UgandaIf you'd like to experience Wolfgang's cuisine, then you should check out the new outdoor dining terrace of CUT at 45 Park Lane hotel, part of the Dorchester Collection in London, which is open for lunch and dinner. With thanks to…Citalia - Discover the real Italy with Citalia, the UK's leading Italian holiday specialists. Let the Italy Experts craft the perfect holiday for you and experience Italy like a Citalian.Thanks so much for listening.If you want to be the first to find out who's joining me on next week's episode come and follow me on Instagram, I'm @hollyrubenstein and I'd love to hear from you. If you can't wait til then, remember there's the first seven seasons to catch up on - that's over 85 episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Zärtliche Cousinen
Mel Gibson!

Zärtliche Cousinen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 73:30


Es ist Tourpause. Die Zärtlichen Cousinen sind zur Zeit getrennt: Während es in Deutschland kalt und bisweilen regnerisch auf den Herbst zugeht, wärmt sich Atze Schröder mit seiner bezaubernden Perle in Süditalien an der Sonne und der Lebenslust der Italiener. Sein Partner Till Hoheneder erfreut sich an Atze charmanter Beschreibung der örtlichen Gepflogenheiten und Schröders „No-go-Tipps“ für Touristen: Hupen ja, tagsüber Bier…auf keinen Fall! Weder Expresso noch Espresso - bitte einfach nur Caffè bestellen und die Welt ist in Ordnung! Und wie stellt Till doch treffend fest: Falls Atze sich im Urlaub den Arm bricht, dann läßt er ihn eh nur von Mel Gibson! Diskutiert mit: mail@zärtliche-cousinen.de Alles Infos zu den Werbepartnern findet ihr hier: https://linktr.ee/zaertlichecousinen

El Show De Chiquibaby
NUEVA NOVIA DE VADIR DERBEZ, HOMBRE SE CASA 53 VECES, SE ACABO LA PANDEMIA, TRAVESURAS DE CAPRI BLU!!!

El Show De Chiquibaby

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 67:09


BAJA NUESTRO APP EL SHOW DE CHIQUIBABY  PARA IPHONE: https://apple.co/32s0aYN PARA ANDROID: https://bit.ly/2ZAwR4q

We Get Real AF
Ep. 150: Practical Financial Literacy – Tech Tools Designed By Women, For Women: Nicole Hartwig-Landau, Founder & CEO of Capri (Re-release)

We Get Real AF

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 61:59


Nicole is the founder and CEO of a female focused financial education app, Capri, designed to empower women with  tools, support, and a community to achieve financial wellness. (Re-release)  Find Nicole Hartwig-Landau Online:LinkedInInstagramReferenced:CapriWe Get Real AF Podcast Credits:Producers & Hosts: Vanessa Alava & Sue RobinsonVanessa AlavaLinkedIn Instagram TwitterSue RobinsonLinkedIn Instagram Twitter Audio Producer/Editor: Sam Mclean  Instagram  WebsiteAudio Music Track Title: Beatles UniteArtist: Rachel K. CollierYouTube Channel Instagram WebsiteIntro Voice-Over Artist: Veronica HortaLinkedInCover Artwork Photo Credit: Alice Moore Unsplash We Get Real AF Podcast OnlineInstagramTwitterFacebookLinkedInWebsiteSupport the showSupport the show

El Show De Chiquibaby
PRIMERA TRAVESURA DE CAPRI BLU, HURACANES DEL NORTE RECIBEN SU ESTRELLA EN HOLLYWOOD!!!

El Show De Chiquibaby

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 70:16


BAJA NUESTRO APP EL SHOW DE CHIQUIBABY  PARA IPHONE: https://apple.co/32s0aYN PARA ANDROID: https://bit.ly/2ZAwR4q COMUNICATE DIRECTO CON NOSOTROS VIA WHATSAPP EN USA +1-323-690-3557

Foxbody Influencers Podcast
Capri's and Mustangs

Foxbody Influencers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 62:34


In this episode of the best Mustang Podcast in the world Tom Schwnezer and Lance Wilson talk about a couple of Capri's that need some work and Mustangs other than the Foxbody. If you like the foxbody mustang the most then what is your second favorite bodystyle of the Mustang Ford made that is newer than 1993 when the Foxbody Mustang platform ended. Go check out the YouTube page in the links below and subscribe. Tom Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/war.admiral.363/FoxbodyFX Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100074686572974Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/foxbodyfx/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8J1keu0ufh-xUIHgg7uvWAEmail foxbodyfx@gmail.com for any inquires or being on the Podcast as a guest. Thank You for listening you ROCK!!

Untold Italy travel podcast
Things Kids Love About Travel in Italy

Untold Italy travel podcast

Play Episode Play 25 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 32:10 Very Popular


On our recent family trip to Italy, our children asked if they could be on the podcast. After 5 weeks exploring the country from Lake Garda to Capri, Rome, Tuscany and more how could I say no? Hear our 8 year old twins describe what they loved about our time in Italy, what was challenging and what they want to see and do next time we take a trip there. You'll also discover why I made them walk down a mountain!Read the full episode show notes, including places mentioned here > untolditaly.com/138Want a deeper connection with Italy and help to plan your travels? Join the friends of the podcast here > untolditaly.com/amiciThe Untold Italy podcast is an independent production. Podcast Editing, Audio Production and Website Development by Mark Hatter. Production Assistance and Content Writing by the other Katie Clarke - yes there are two of us! Support the show

Rich and Daily
Robbers Get 'Carey'd' Away in Mariah's Mansion

Rich and Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 11:57


While enjoying a luxurious getaway to Capri and the Hamptons last month, Mariah Carey's multi-million dollar Atlanta mansion was broken into. The pop legend did as stars often do when balling out -- she boasted about her travels on social media. Now, some people think Mariah's vacay Insta posts may have inadvertently tipped off the thieves that her home would be empty and ripe for robbing. Not quite the “Elusive Chanteuse,” huh? So should stars think twice before sharing their extravagant lifestyles to the gram?Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. Support us by supporting our sponsors!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Stiff Socks
Capri-Cum

Stiff Socks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 9:01


The boys buy a sex doll's only fans account, wonder if Presidents are still sneaking hoes into the Oval Office, and reminisce on mid-pandemic jerk off sessions. They also hear from a listener about sending a cuck on errands and figure out the real reason Snoop Dogg changed his name to Snoop Lion. Hear the full episode AND get 4 bonus eps a month: on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/stiffsockspod OR through Stiff Socks + on Apple Podcasts at https://www.apple.co/socks

The Dave Chang Show
What It Takes to Make Great Pasta With Evan Funke

The Dave Chang Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 68:19 Very Popular


Six months in, Evan Funke's Mother Wolf is one of the hottest tables in Hollywood—but getting there took 15 years of obsession with the practice of pasta, where lessons are learned one tortelloni at a time. Evan and Dave discuss the long climb to the mountaintop, plus: George Carlin, Thomas Bernhard, staying true to your vision, Hosteria Giusti, L.A. glamour, eating pasta for analytical purposes, what a Caprese salad tastes like on Capri, a priori deliciousness, Jimi Hendrix, tagliatelle mouthfeel, using failure as your North Star, the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana, and where Evan wants Dave to eat in Rome. Host: Dave Chang Guest: Evan Funke Producer: Sasha Ashall Additional Production: Chris Ying, Jordan Bass, and Lala Rasor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices