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SouthBound
Dan Chapman retraces John Muir's Southern journey, for good and ill

SouthBound

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 35:52


On the latest SouthBound podcast, host Tommy Tomlinson talks to Dan Chapman, whose new book “A Road Running Southward” retraces the steps of environmentalist John Muir, who walked the South from Kentucky to Florida in 1867. Along the way, Chapman shows what development and climate change have done to the Southern landscape.

Jay-Jay & Flynny Catch Up Podcast
HIGHLIGHT: Julie Chapman, CEO KidsCan NZ

Jay-Jay & Flynny Catch Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 2:52


You can donate here: www.kidscan.org.nz  Catch us 3-7pm weekday's on More FM & on the ROVA app!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kerre McIvor Mornings Podcast
Julie Chapman: KidsCan CEO as they launch urgent appeal to help families with school costs

Kerre McIvor Mornings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 9:30


The principal of Henderson Intermediate, Wendy Esera, has been in education for 44 years and says student poverty is the worst she's seen.Parents can't afford uniforms, transport to school or food for lunches.For some families, it's easier for the kids to stay home.With some families at breaking point, KidsCan has launched an urgent appeal.KidsCan CEO Julie Chapman joined Kerre Woodham.LISTEN ABOVE

GlaDEAtor: DEA Legend Abe Collins
*RERELEASE* - GlaDEAtors - Season 02 Episode 08 "Guest Retired DEA Special Agent Gerald Chapman" (Part 2)

GlaDEAtor: DEA Legend Abe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 45:39


We start back where we left off with Retired DEA Special Agent Gerald Chapman, as he continues shares his experiences of growing up in Montgomery, Alabama, and making history with giants in the Civil Rights movements. Gerald‘s years at two HBCU's as a Chemistry Major, led him to a life in law enforcement. Gerald's experiences of traveling across the U.S. as an Undercover Agent, led him and other Black Agents to create a mentorship by establishing NABNA, as a co-founder to assist others in their search for fairness and inclusion in the dangerous world of narcotics investigations. Gerald started his career with BNND and later DEA and became a legend throughout his career in making significant impact on the equalization and inclusiveness, without the help of DEA and strived towards encouraging inclusiveness through movements that continue making a difference to this day.  Abe and Gerald discuss many stories of his life full of significant moments of history, which are both enlightening and inspiring.  This is Part Two of a Three-part episode with Gerald.  This is a fabulous story of perseverance, truth and history.  Stay tuned next week for PART THREE.  (Soundtrack provided by https://artlist.io)

Decibelio 55
LOS RICOS MÁS RICOS | RADIO CHAPMAN 1x11

Decibelio 55

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 31:44


Álvaro García y Seba Jarillo comparten, en esta undécima entrega de Radio Chapman, una charla acerca del nuevo régimen del mercado de fichajes. Dominación clara de la Premier, y los mejores refuerzos para los mejores equipos. Opinión, situación general, rumores... un análisis completo. Redes de Chapman. Redes de Álvaro. Redes de Seba. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Chase Thomas Podcast
Atlanta Sports Guys: Falcons Have Secondary Depth, Bogdan Bogdanovic Season Review, & Offseason Direction For Atlanta Hawks With 92.9 The Game's Garrett Chapman

The Chase Thomas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 63:53


Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy & VFL. On part 3 of today's program, Chase is joined by 92.9 The Game's Garrett Chapman to talk about what Garrett's seen at Falcons minicamp in Flowery Branch, the addition of Casey Heyward at corner, why the defense should be better, questions with Jalen Mayfield at LG, what to make of Bogdan Bogdanovic's 2021-22 NBA season, DeAndre Hunter's potential contract extension, John Collins' inevitable trade and the MLS doing something cool that will benefit Atlanta United in future scheduling. Host: Chase Thomas Guest: Garrett Chapman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The LA Report
Jan. 6 House committee turns focus on Trump advisor, a former Chapman professor. Plus: World Cup 2026 in L.A., Joshua Tree protections, and more – The Morning Edition

The LA Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 6:31


Here's your morning news: Jan. 6 House committee turns focus on Donald Trump advisor, a former professor at Chapman University in Orange; FIFA chooses eleven US stadiums to host 2026 World Cup; Joshua Tree protection order still up in the air, after vote yesterday; Weather phenomenon known as La Nina defying expectations; Testimony to resume in trial of man charged in killing of Nipsey Hussle; The Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art & Culture of the Riverside Art Museum dedicated on Thursday; L.A.'s natural wonders to be featured in upcoming PBS series. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.   Support the show: https://laist.com

The IVF Journey with Dr Michael Chapman
246. Prof. Chapman’s History in the IVF Treatment

The IVF Journey with Dr Michael Chapman

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 8:03


In this episode, Prof. discusses his journey as an IVF specialist, and what's over the years.He also explains the common reasons for IVF failure based on his clinical experience. Tune in to the IVF Journey podcast and get updates on the latest episodes.

Kelley & Ray REPLAY
The Gennett Recording Story Signature Dinner & Exhibit Premier with Karen Shank-Chapman, Maggie Smith & Kerry George (06/16/2022)

Kelley & Ray REPLAY

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


The Gennett Recording Story Signature Dinner & Exhibit Premier with Karen Shank-Chapman, Maggie Smith & Kerry George (06/16/2022) - Ray gets a chance to talk to The Director, Education Manager & Collections Manager of the Wayne County Historic Museum about their upcoming exhibition (& separate Opening Gala!)

API Intersection
3 Ways to Create a More Inclusive API Program feat. Shanae Chapman, Founder of Nerdy Diva

API Intersection

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 25:46


This week on the API Intersection podcast, we spoke with Shanae Chapman, senior UX researcher at HashiCorp and founder of Nerdy Diva, which focuses on inclusive design and empowering the next generation of designers and developers with knowledge and resources to succeed in a technology career and make for a long-lasting, community impact. When it comes to creating a more inclusive API program, Shanae stresses that you should "start with the highest impact, high-priority, high-traffic systems and tools first and then work your way down. It takes time, so have grace with yourself and your teams. As long as you are making progress towards a goal, it matters in the end."Take a look at Shanae's work, here: https://nerdydiva.com/Do you have a question you'd like answered, or a topic you want to see in a future episode? Let us know here: stoplight.io/question/

Blue Jays Talk
Vladdy Jr. is Heating Up

Blue Jays Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 28:56


Jeff Blair and Kevin Barker break down the Blue Jays' 7-6 extra innings win over the Orioles at Rogers Centre! They take your calls and texts, and get right to the game-winning RBI single from Vladimir Guerrero Jr. in the tenth inning; they discuss whether or not Vladdy Jr. is finally getting hot and if we can expect more consistency from him. They also break down the start from José Berríos, get into the mammoth home runs from Teoscar Hernandez and Matt Chapman, and discuss the offerings from Chapman outside of his stellar defensive play. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

Future Women Leadership Series
Creina Chapman on dealing with egos

Future Women Leadership Series

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 29:13


After working under some of the biggest names in Australian media and politics, Creina Chapman has learned how to manage egos big and small. Host Helen McCabe asks Creina if big egos still have a place in the modern workforce, what kind of leadership she finds effective in her current role as deputy chair and CEO of the Australian Communications and Media Authority, and why it can be so difficult to get honest feedback from your peers.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton
Theresa Chapman, Chair of AgriCULTURED Reference Group

Tasmania Talks with Brian Carlton

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 6:50


Theresa Chapman, Chair of AgriCULTURED Reference Group

SHINING MIND PODCAST
Episode #92. Make your Brain SMARTER with Dr Sandra Chapman. Founder of the Centre for Brain Health, UT Dallas

SHINING MIND PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 48:35


Making brain health everyone's business with Dr. Sandi Chapman is one of the nation's preeminent cognitive neuroscientists furthering our understanding of what makes the brain stronger, faster and last longer. She is committed to enhancing human cognitive capacity and the underlying brain systems across the lifespan. She is committed to democratizing access to brain health strategies and tools to achieve for brain health what has been done for heart health in individuals ages 10 – 100 from all walks of life around the globe. Her work is transforming how we care for our brain before something goes wrong, removing stigma, and elevating brain health with scientifically validated measurements, interventions and practices.In her book Make Your Brain Smarter, renowned cognitive neuroscientist Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman introduces you to the very latest research in brain science and shows you how to tailor a program to strengthen your brain's capacity to think smarter. In this all-inclusive book, Dr. Chapman delivers a comprehensive “fitness” plan that you can use to “exercise” your way to a healthier brain. You will find strategies to reduce stress and anxiety, increase productivity, enhance decision-making, and strengthen how your brain works at every age. You will discover why memory is not the most important measure of brain capacity, why IQ is a misleading index of brain potential, and why innovative thinking energizes your brain. Make Your Brain Smarter is the ultimate guide for keeping your brain fit during each decade of your life.She collaborates with researchers and leaders around the world to advance the science of brain health, melding expertise in cognitive neuroscience, brain plasticity, brain imaging, medicine and neuroengineering.With more than 50 funded research grants and 200+ peer-reviewed publications, Dr. Chapman directs clinical trials to develop, test and apply novel and multidimensional approaches to build cognitive capacity and well-being, improve life function and enhance supporting brain systems.She leads major international efforts to deliver the first-of-its-kind BrainHealth® Index – a composite measure of brain health – to motivate improvement in three broad domains: clarity, resilience, and fortitude.https://centerforbrainhealth.org/people/sandra-bond-chapman-phdSupport the show

Mañanas BLU 10:30 - con Camila Zuluaga
“El mercado muestra un comportamiento racional, no habrá recesión económica”: experto Felipe Chapman

Mañanas BLU 10:30 - con Camila Zuluaga

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 17:42


El temor a una fuerte subida de los tipos de interés en Estados Unidos y a una recesión sacudió el lunes los mercados mundiales, tras la publicación el viernes de unas cifras de inflación estadounidense más elevadas que lo previsto. De acuerdo con el experto Felipe Chapman, hay un recalentamiento de la economía, pero hablar de recesión es apresurado y aventurado.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Icons and Outlaws
The Beatles

Icons and Outlaws

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 74:45


In March of 1957, John Winston Lennon formed a "skiffle" group called The Quarrymen. What is "skiffle," you may be asking? It's a kind of folk music with a blues or jazz flavor that was popular in the 1950s, played by a small group and often incorporating improvised instruments such as washboards. On July 6, '57, Lennon met a guy named James. James Paul McCartney, while playing at the Woolton Parish church fete. In Britain, fêtes are traditional public festivals held outdoors and organized to raise funds for a charity. On February 6, 1958, the young up-and-coming guitarist George Harrison was invited to watch the group perform at Wilson Hall, Garston, Liverpool. He was soon brought in as a regular player. During this period, members continually joined and left the lineup. Finally, Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, and Stuart Sutcliffe (a classmate of Lennon at Liverpool Art College) emerged as the only constant members. One day, the members showed up to a gig wearing different colored shirts, so they decided to call themselves 'The Rainbows.' In a talent show they did in 1959, they called themselves 'Johnny and the Moondogs.' Once again, changing their name to "The Silver Beatles," they eventually decided, on August 17, 1960, on the moniker "The Beatles." Why did they choose the Beatles, Logan? They were huge fans of Buddy Holly and The Crickets – as a way of emulating their heroes, they called themselves after an insect. Right?   Well, According to John Lennon, "It came in a vision – a man appeared on a flaming pie and said unto them, 'from this day forward you are the Beatles with an 'A'! Thank you, mister man, they said, thanking him," he said.   Most of the accounts claim that Lennon's love of wordplay led them to adopt the 'a' eventually. Lennon would explain in a 1964 interview: "It was beat and beetles, and when you said it, people thought of crawly things, and when you read it, it was beat music."   After Lennon died in 1980, George Harrison claimed that the name came about differently in the Beatles' Anthology documentary (as is usually the case).   Harrison claimed that the name, 'The Beatles', came from the 1953 Marlon Brando film, The Wild One. In the film, Brando played a character called 'Johnny' and was in a gang called 'The Beetles.'   This answer would add up considering that the group also flirted with the name of 'Johnny and the Beetles', as well as 'Long John and the Silver Beetles.' Their unofficial manager, Allan Williams, arranged for them to perform in clubs on the Reeperbahn in Hamburg, Germany. On August 16, 1960, McCartney invited a guy named Pete Best to become the group's permanent drummer after watching Best playing with The Blackjacks in the Casbah Club. The Casbah Club was a cellar club operated by Best's mother Mona in West Derby, Liverpool, where The Beatles had played and often visited. They started in Hamburg by playing in the Indra and Kaiserkeller bars and the Top Ten club. George, who was only seventeen years old, had lied about his age, and when this little fact was discovered, he was deported by the German authorities. Paul and Pete thought it was good to start a small fire by lighting an unused condom in their living quarters while leaving it for more luxurious rooms. Arrested and charged for arson, they too were both deported. Lennon and Sutcliffe followed suit and returned to Liverpool in December. While in Germany, they stayed in a small room with bunkbeds. George Harrison admitted in The Beatles Anthology that this made things especially awkward when he crawled under the sheets with a woman for the first time — Lennon, McCartney, and then-drummer Pete Best actually applauded for him after the deed was done. Harrison joked, "At least they kept quiet while I was doing it."   They went back a second time and played the Top Ten Club for three months (April-June 1961). Stuart Sutcliffe decided to remain in Germany to concentrate on painting and left the group during this time. Sutcliffe's departure led McCartney to switch from playing rhythm guitar to bass guitar. While they were playing at the Top Ten, they were recruited by singer Tony Sheridan to act as his "backing band" on a series of recordings for the German Polydor Records label, produced by famed bandleader Bert Kaempfert ("Strangers in the Night", "Danke Schoen"). Kaempfert signed the group to its own Polydor contract at the first session on June 22, 1961. On October 31, Polydor released the recording, My Bonnie (Mein Herz ist bei dir nur), which made it into the German charts under Tony Sheridan and The Beat Brothers. Around 1962, My Bonnie was mentioned in Cashbox as the debut of a "new rock and roll team, Tony Sheridan and the Beatles," and a few copies were also pressed for U.S. disc jockeys. Cashbox, also known as Cash Box, was a music industry trade magazine published initially weekly from July 1942 to November 1996. Ten years after its dissolution, it was revived and continues as Cashbox Magazine, an online magazine with weekly charts and occasional special print issues. The band's third stay in Hamburg was from April 13–May 31, 1962, when they opened The Star Club. However, that stay was dampened when Astrid Kirchherr informed them upon their arrival of Sutcliffe's death from a brain hemorrhage. Astrid, a German photographer, and friend of the Beatles, revealed that her fiancé (and former Beatles bass player) Stuart Sutcliffe had died. No one was more shocked than John Lennon, who reportedly broke out in a fit of hysterical laughter at the idea of losing his art school buddy.   Upon their return from Hamburg, the group was enthusiastically promoted by local promoter Sam Leach, who presented them for the next year and a half on various stages in Liverpool forty-nine times. Brian Epstein (no relation to a particular disgusting human being), took over as the group's manager in 1962 and led The Beatles' quest for a British recording contract. In one now-famous exchange, a senior Decca Records A&R executive named Dick Rowe turned Epstein down flat and informed him that "The Decca audition for guitar groups are on the way out, Mr. Epstein." Remember Decca? They were Buddy Holly's first record label that thought "rock n roll was a fad." Strike two, Decca. Strike two. Epstein eventually met with producer George Martin of EMI's Parlophone label. Martin expressed an interest in hearing the band in the studio. So he invited the band to London's Abbey Road studios to audition on June 6. Martin wasn't particularly impressed by the band's demo recordings but instantly liked them when they met. He concluded that they had raw musical talent but said (in later interviews) that what made the difference for him that fateful day was their wit and humor in the studio.   Martin privately suggested to Brian Epstein that the band use another drummer in the studio. Yikes. Pete Best had some popularity and was considered attractive by many fans. Still, the three founding members had become increasingly unhappy with his popularity and personality, and Epstein had become exasperated with his refusal to adopt the distinctive hairstyle as part of their unified look. So Epstein sacked Best on August 16, 1962. Lennon and McCartney immediately asked their friend Richard Starkey, the drummer for one of the top Merseybeat groups, Rory Storm and the Hurricanes, to join the band. Unfortunately, Rory Storm didn't want to release Starkey but let Starkey out of his contract. Oh... Richard Starkey would eventually be known as "Ringo Starr." He chose Ringo because of the rings he wore, and it also had a cowboy feel to it. His drum solos were referred to as Starr Time.   The Beatles' first EMI session on June 6 did not yield any releasable recordings, but the September sessions produced the minor U.K. hit, "Love Me Do," which peaked on the charts at number 17. The single reached the top of the United States singles chart more than 18 months later in May 1964. This single was swiftly followed by their second single, "Please Please Me." They recorded their first album (also titled Please Please Me) three months later. George Martin capitalized on the wild, live energy the boys perfected in Hamburg and recorded the entire Please Please Me LP in less than 13 hours — saving "Twist and Shout" for last so the taxing vocals wouldn't ruin Lennon's voice before the other songs were done. That's fourteen songs. Luckily, the longest song on the album was only 2 minutes and 54 seconds long. The shortest was a minute and 47 seconds.   The band's first televised performance was on a program called People and Places, transmitted live from Manchester by Granada Television on October 17, 1962. The band experienced massive popularity on the record charts in the U.K. from early 1963. However, Parlophone's American counterpart, Capitol Records (owned by EMI), refused to issue their singles "Love Me Do," "Please Please Me," and "From Me to You" in the United States. Mainly because no British act had ever had a sustained commercial impact on American audiences.   Vee-Jay Records, a small Chicago label, is said by some to have been pressured into issuing these initial singles. Allegedly it was part of a deal for the rights to another performer's masters. Art Roberts, music director of Chicago powerhouse radio station WLS, placed "Please Please Me" into radio rotation in late February 1963, making it possibly the first time the American people heard a Beatles record on American radio. In August 1963, the Philadelphia-based Swan Records tried again with The Beatles' "She Loves You," which failed to receive airplay.   After The Beatles' massive success in 1964, Vee-Jay Records and Swan Records took advantage of their previously secured rights to The Beatles' early recordings and reissued the songs they had rights to, which all reached the top ten of the charts the second time around. Then, in a shifty move, Vee-Jay Records issued some weird L.P. repackaging of the Beatles' material they had and released "Introducing… The Beatles," which was basically The Beatles' debut British album with some minor alterations. Andi Lothian, a former Scottish music promoter, laid claim to the term in that he coined 'Beatlemania" while speaking to a reporter on October 7, 1963 at the Caird Hall in Dundee at a Beatles concert that took place during The Beatles' 1963 Mini-Tour of Scotland. Beatlemania was taking over the world.   In early November 1963, Brian Epstein persuaded Ed Sullivan to commit to presenting The Beatles on three editions of his show in February. He turned this guaranteed exposure into a record deal with Capitol Records. Capitol agreed to a mid-January 1964 release for "I Want to Hold Your Hand." Still, unexpected circumstances triggered premature airplay of an imported copy of the single on a Washington D.C. radio station in mid-December. Capitol brought forward the release of the record on December 26, 1963.   Bob Dylan introduced The Beatles to the cannabis drug in 1964 in a New York hotel room. He offered the "Fab Four" marijuana as a consequence of his misconception that the lyrics in their hit song "I Want to Hold Your Hand" from Meet the Beatles! were "I get high" instead of "I can't hide." This initial partaking in drugs grew into heavier experimentation with LSD and other substances whose psychedelic effects were commonly thought to have manifested themselves in the band's music. The Beatles, in turn, would influence Dylan's move into an electrified rock sound in his music.   Several New York City radio stations—first WMCA, then WINS, and finally, WABC began playing "I Want to Hold Your Hand" on its release day. The Beatlemania that had started in Washington was duplicated in New York and quickly spread to other markets. The record sold one million copies in just ten days. By January 16, Cashbox Magazine had certified The Beatle's record as number one in the edition published with the cover-date January 23, 1964.   This widespread phenomenon contributed to the near-hysterical fan reaction on February 7, 1964 at John F. Kennedy International Airport (which had been renamed in December 1963 from Idlewild Airport). A record-breaking seventy-three million viewers, approximately 40 percent of the U.S. population at the time, tuned in to the first Ed Sullivan Show appearance two days later on February 9. During the week of April 4, The Beatles held the top five places on the Billboard Hot 100, a feat that has never been repeated. They had an additional seven songs at lower positions. That's twelve songs on the Billboard charts at once. Of all the music acts on the charts, 12 percent of the entries consisted of Beatles songs. They were so unaware of their popularity in America that, on their arrival, they initially thought the crowds were there to greet someone else.   Oh, and their Concerts Often Smelled Like Urine Apparently, the masses of young girls who turned up for their concerts, movie premieres, or to wave hello as the Beatles walked off the plane in a new city were apparently too distracted by their love for the band to care about whether or not their bladders were full. DSo, they'd pee themselves.  In 1964, the band undertook their first appearances outside of Europe and North America, touring Australia and New Zealand, notably without Ringo Starr, who was ill and was temporarily replaced by session drummer Jimmy Nicol. When they arrived in Adelaide, The Beatles were greeted by what is reputed to be the largest crowd of their touring career, when over 300,000 people turned out to see them at the Adelaide Town Hall. Yeah, Adelaide's population was only right around 200,000. In September of that year, baseball owner Charles O. Finley paid the band the unheard-of sum of $150,000 to play in Kansas City, Missouri. That's $1,398,914.52 today and utterly unheard of at that time.   In 1965, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom bestowed the band the Member of the Order of the British Empire or MBE, a civil honor nominated by Prime Minister Harold Wilson.   On August 15, that year, The Beatles performed in the first stadium rock concert in the history of Rock n roll, playing at Shea Stadium in New York to a crowd of 55,600. The stadium's capacity is 57,333. The band later admitted that they had mainly been unable to hear themselves play or sing due to the volume of screaming and cheering. This concert is generally considered when they started disliking playing live shows.   In 1965, recently interested in Indian music, George Harrison purchased a sitar. He played it in the song Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown), the first instance of such an instrument being used on a rock record. He later took sitar lessons from maestro Ravi Shankar, and implemented additional elements of Eastern music and spirituality into his songs, notably Love You To and Within You Without You. These musical decisions significantly increased the influence of Indian music on popular culture in the late 1960s.   In July 1966, when The Beatles toured the Philippines, they unintentionally snubbed the nation's first lady, Imelda Marcos, who had expected the group to attend a breakfast reception at the Presidential Palace. Manager Brian Epstein was forced to give back all the money that the band had earned while there before being allowed to leave the country.   Upon returning from the Philippines, an earlier comment by John Lennon back in March of that year launched a backlash against The Beatles. In an interview with British reporter Maureen Cleave, Lennon had offered his opinion that Christianity was dying and that The Beatles were "more popular than Jesus now." Oops!   There was an immediate response, starting with an announcement by two radio stations in Alabama and Texas that they had banned Beatles' music from their playlists. WAQY DJ, Tommy Charles said: "We just felt it was so absurd and sacrilegious that something ought to be done to show them that they can't get away with this sort of thing." Around two dozen other stations followed suit with similar announcements. Some stations in the South (shocker) went further, organizing demonstrations with bonfires, drawing hordes of teenagers to burn their Beatles' records and other memorabilia publicly. Many people affiliated with churches in the American South took the suggestion seriously.   The Memphis, TN city council, aware that a Beatles' concert was scheduled at the Mid-South Coliseum during the group's upcoming U.S. tour, voted to cancel it. Rather than have "municipal facilities be used as a forum to ridicule anyone's religion" and said, "The Beatles are not welcome in Memphis." On August 13, The Ku Klux Klan nailed a Beatles' album to a wooden cross and subsequently burned it, vowing "vengeance," with conservative groups staging further public burnings of Beatles' records.   Young people across the United States and South Africa burned Beatles records in protest. Then, under tremendous pressure from the American media, John Lennon apologized for his remarks at a press conference in Chicago on August 11, the eve of the first performance of what turned out to be their final tour.   The Beatles performed their last concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco on August 29, 1966. From that point forward, they focused on recording music. They ended up pioneering more advanced, multi-layered arrangements in popular and pop music. After three months away from each other, they returned to Abbey Road Studios on November 24, 1966, to begin a 129-day recording period in making their eighth album: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, was released on June 1, 1967.   Along with studio tricks such as sound effects, unconventional microphone placements, automatic double-tracking, and vari-speed recording, The Beatles began to augment their recordings with unconventional instruments for rock music at the time. These instruments included string and brass ensembles, Indian instruments such as the sitar and the "swarmandel," tape loops, and early electronic devices, including the "Mellotron," which was used with flute voices on the intro to "Strawberry Fields Forever." McCartney once asked Martin what a guitar would sound like if played underwater and was serious about trying it. Lennon also wondered what his vocals would sound like if he was hanging upside down from the ceiling. Unfortunately, their ideas were ahead of the available technology at the time.   Beginning with the use of a string quartet (arranged by George Martin) on Yesterday in 1965, The Beatles pioneered a modern form of art-rock and art song, exemplified by the double-quartet string arrangement on "Eleanor Rigby" (1966), "Here, There and Everywhere" (1966), and "She's Leaving Home" (1967). In addition, Lennon and McCartney's interest in the music of Johann Sebastian Bach led them to use a piccolo trumpet on the arrangement of "Penny Lane" and a Mellotron at the start of "Strawberry Fields Forever."   On June 25, 1967, the Beatles became the first band globally transmitted on television, in front of an estimated 400 million people worldwide, in a segment within the first-ever worldwide T.V. satellite hook-up, a show entitled Our World. The Beatles were transmitted live from Abbey Road Studios, and their new song "All You Need Is Love" was recorded live during the show.   Following the triumphs of the Sgt. Pepper album and the global broadcast, The Beatles' situation seemingly got worse. First, their manager Brian Epstein died of an overdose of sleeping pills on August 27, 1967, at 32, and the band's business affairs began to unravel. Next, at the end of 1967, they received their first major negative press criticism in the U.K., with disparaging reviews of their surrealistic T.V. film Magical Mystery Tour. The public wasn't a fan, either.   The group spent the early part of 1968 in Rishikesh, Uttar Pradesh, India, studying transcendental meditation with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Upon their return, Lennon and McCartney formed Apple Corps, initially a philanthropic business venture they described as an attempt at "western communism." The middle part of 1968 saw the guys busy recording the double album, The Beatles, popularly known as "The White Album" due to its stark white cover. These sessions saw deep divisions beginning within the band, including John Lennon's new girlfriend, Yoko Ono, being at his side through much of the sessions and the feeling that Paul McCartney was becoming too dominating. Paul McCartney gradually took more control of the group. Internal divisions within the band had been a small but growing problem during their earlier career. Most notably, this was reflected in the difficulty that George Harrison experienced in getting his songs onto Beatles' albums, and in the growing artistic and personal differences between John and Paul.   On the business side, Paul wanted Lee Eastman, the father of his wife, Linda Eastman, to manage The Beatles, but the other guys wanted New York manager Allen Klein to represent them. All of the band's decisions in the past were unanimous, but this time the four could not agree on a manager. Lennon, Harrison, and Starr felt the Eastmans would look after McCartney's well-being before the group's. Paul was quoted years later during the Anthology interviews, saying, "Looking back, I can understand why they would feel that was biased against them." Afterward, the band kicked themselves in the ass for the Klein decision, as Klein embezzled millions from their earnings.   Their final live performance was on the rooftop of the Apple building in Savile Row, London, on January 30, 1969, the next-to-last day of the problematic Get Back sessions. Mainly due to Paul McCartney's efforts, they recorded their final album, Abbey Road, in the summer of 1969.   John Lennon announced his departure to the rest of the group on September 20, 1969. The rest of the band talked him out of saying anything publicly. In March 1970, the band gave the "Get Back" session tapes to American producer Phil Spector, whose "Wall of Sound" production was in direct opposition to the record's original intent to appear as a stripped-down live studio performance. McCartney announced the breakup on April 10, 1970, a week before releasing his first solo album, McCartney. On May 8, 1970, the Spector-produced version of Get Back was released as the album Let It Be, followed by the documentary film of the same name. The Beatles' partnership was legally dissolved after McCartney filed a lawsuit on December 31, 1970. Following the group's dissolution, the BBC marketed an extensive collection of Beatles recordings, mainly of original studio sessions from 1963 to 1968. Much of this material formed the basis for a 1988 radio documentary series, The Beeb's Lost Beatles Tapes. Later, in 1994, the best of these sessions were given an official EMI, released on Live at the BBC.   On the evening of December 8 1980, John Lennon was shot and fatally wounded in the archway of the Dakota, his home in New York City. His killer was Mark David Chapman, an American Beatles fan incensed by Lennon's lavish lifestyle and his 1966 comment that the Beatles were "more popular than Jesus." Chapman said he was inspired by the fictional character Holden Caulfield from J. D. Salinger's novel The Catcher in the Rye, a "phony-killer" who despised hypocrisy. Chapman planned the killing over several months and waited for John at the Dakota on the morning of December 8. Early in the evening, Chapman met Lennon, who signed his copy of the album Double Fantasy and subsequently left for a recording session. Later that night, Lennon and his wife, Yoko Ono, returned to the Dakota. As Lennon and Ono approached the building's entrance, Chapman fired five hollow-point bullets from a .38 special revolver, four of which hit John in the back. Chapman remained at the scene reading The Catcher in the Rye until the police arrested him. John Lennon was rushed to Roosevelt Hospital in a police car, where he was pronounced dead on arrival at around 11:15 p.m.   In February 1994, the then-three surviving Beatles reunited to produce and record additional music for a few of John Lennon's old unfinished demos, almost as if reuniting the Beatles. "Free As A Bird" premiered as part of The Beatles Anthology, a series of television documentaries, and was released as a single in December 1995, with "Real Love" following in March 1996. These songs were also included in the three Anthology collections of C.D.s released in 1995 and 1996, each consisting of two C.D.s of never-before-released Beatles material.   On November 29 2001, George Harrison died at a property belonging to Paul McCartney, on Heather Road in Beverly Hills, California. He was 58 years old. As relayed in a statement by his wife Olivia and son Dhani, his final message to the world was: "Everything else can wait, but the search for God cannot wait, and love one another." The Beatles were the best-selling popular musical act of the twentieth century. EMI estimated that by 1985, the band had sold over one billion discs or tapes worldwide. In addition, the Recording Industry Association of America has certified The Beatles as the top-selling artists of all time in the United States based on U.S. sales of singles and albums.   The Beatles have spent 132 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart – by far the most of any artist. Garth Brooks occupied the top spot for 52 weeks, the second most.   The Beatles are one of only two musical acts to have eight consecutive albums on the Billboard 200 all hit No. 1.  – the other being Eminem –   Anthology 1 sold 450,000 copies on its first day of release, reaching the highest volume of single-day sales ever for an album. In 2000, a compilation album named one was released, containing almost every number-one single released by the band from 1962 to 1970. The collection sold 3.6 million copies in its first week and more than 12 million in three weeks worldwide, becoming the fastest-selling album of all time and the biggest-selling album of 2000. The collection also reached number one in the United States and 33 other countries. In 1988, every Beatles member (including Pete Best and Stuart Sutcliffe) was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. www.iconsandoutlaws.com www.accidentaldads.com  

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GlaDEAtor: DEA Legend Abe Collins
*RERELEASE* - GlaDEAtors - Season 02 Episode 07 "Guest Retired DEA Special Agent Gerald Chapman" (Part 1)

GlaDEAtor: DEA Legend Abe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 43:57


In this episode, Retired DEA Special Agent Gerald Chapman shares his experiences of growing up in Montgomery, Alabama, and making history with giants in the Civil Rights movements. Gerald‘s years at two HBCU's as a Chemistry Major, led him to a life in law enforcement. Gerald's experiences of traveling across the U.S. as an Undercover Agent, led him and other Black Agents to create a mentorship by establishing NABNA, as a co-founder to assist others in their search for fairness and inclusion in the dangerous world of narcotics investigations. Gerald started his career with BNND and later DEA and became a legend throughout his career in making significant impact on the equalization and inclusiveness, without the help of DEA and strived towards encouraging inclusiveness through movements that continue making a difference to this day.  Abe and Gerald discuss many stories of his life full of significant moments of history, which are both enlightening and inspiring.  This is Part One of a Three-part episode with Gerald.  This is a fabulous story of perseverance, truth and history.  Stay tuned next week for PART TWO.  (Soundtrack provided by https://artlist.io)

Stay Tuned with Troy and Howie

Troy and Howie talk with PJ, Country Singer/Songwriter about his life as a Para Rescuer and his charity organization. Also, take a listen to his single, "Highway Patrolman", right here on Stay Tuned!

War Of The Rebellion: Stories Of The Civil War
Chapter 15. Hatcher's Run.— Weldon Railroad Raid (P1).

War Of The Rebellion: Stories Of The Civil War

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 46:57


Confederate General Hampton's Cavalry Raid in Rear of Union Army. —Pickets in Front of One Hundred and Fifty-fifth Attacked by Enemy.— Cavalry Reconnaissance in Direction of South Side Railroad. — Regiment Supports Cavalry on Squirrel Level Road. — Engagement at Chapman's Farm. — Battle of Peeble's Farm.—Capture of Fort McRae byGriffin's Division. — One Hundred and Fifty-fifth Colors First Plantedon Enemy's Works. — Farewell Sermon of Chaplain J. M. Mateer. — OrdersTo Pack Up and Break Camp. — Enemy Encountered in Strong Force atHatcher's Run. — Fifth Corps Regains Its Former Quarters. — Sutlers'Stores. 

Leading with Curiosity
Ep.27 Duct Tape and Group Coaching. Guest Jennifer Chapman. Leadership Coach in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Leading with Curiosity

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 36:38


Connect with Nate: https://www.linkedin.com/in/natelesliecec/ Connect with Jennifer: https://www.linkedin.com/in/coachjenniferchapman Hi curious listeners. Thanks for listening to this episode. My conversation today is with a very bright and experienced leadership coach, Jennifer Chapman, from Indianapolis, Indiana. She studied coaching at Georgetown University and is a member of the International Coach Federation. This conversation today took a little turn about five or six minutes in and we just stayed down that path around group coaching, how to actually engage a group of leaders in this coaching process. They could be internal from the same one organization, or independent organizations. I think it was a really great insight for people to wonder, “what is an entry point into this? What could I do with members of my team after they've done a training program to really keep the learning going at a cost effective way?” We also explored the work that she does with an audience that is in the science, technology engineering, and finance industries, where coaching can have a huge impact breaking down some barriers and stereotypes are the communication and leadership styles in those industries. It was a pleasure. There's a chance to connect with her and get some free tools at the end of it to get the most out of your learning resources. If you're like me, you're always into something listening, learning if you're listening to this right now. You're one of us! I hope you enjoyed this conversation as much as I did. Here is Jennifer Chapman. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nathan-leslie/message

Artificial Turf Wars
ATW Episode 238: Oh Captain, My Captain!

Artificial Turf Wars

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 51:15


Greg and Josh discuss the incredible run for Alejandro Kirk who has arguably become the best catcher in the league, Vlad's power returning at the expense of regular, good contact, Chapman rounding into form, strong rotation showings from Alek Manoah and José Berríos, Yusei Kikuchi's confounding inconsistency, Hyun-Jin Ryu's injury and what it means for both Ross Stripling as a starter and the bullpen's overall trustworthiness, and the injury to Danny Jansen and the doors that opens.Finally they answer listener questions and give out a couple of Do Overs.

The Baseball Prospectus Podcast Network
Infinite Inning 228: A Great Boy for Baseball

The Baseball Prospectus Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 96:48


A solo episode in which sad past and sorry present collide in the spring of 1927, when even as Babe Ruth and the Yankees were setting records there was evil abroad in Michigan. Then we journey to 1947 and the moment Ben Chapman tried to derail Jackie Robinson and consider Josh Donaldson's interaction with Tim Anderson as well. TRIGGER WARNING: A great deal of harm comes to children in this week's first segment, which reflects on the recent massacre of innocents in Texas as well as previous incidents of recent years.TABLE OF CONTENTSMass Murder in a Michigan Town*The Infinite Inning Book is Coming*A Brief Thought about Shane McClanahan*The Gene Hackman Solution*A Moment with Roger Angell (A-S-D-R-U-B-A-L)*Robinson and Chapman and Donaldson and Anderson*Goodbyes. The Infinite Inning is not only about baseball but a state of mind. Steven Goldman, rotating cohosts Jesse Spector, Cliff Corcoran, and David Roth, and occasional guests discuss the game's present, past, and future with forays outside the foul lines to the culture at large. Expect stats, anecdotes, digressions, explorations of writing and fandom, and more Casey Stengel quotations than you thought possible. Along the way, they'll try to solve the puzzle that is the Infinite Inning: How do you find the joy in life when you can't get anybody out?

Attachment Theory in Action with Karen Doyle Buckwalter
Linda Chapman: Finding Attunement with Children & Adolescents - Part 2

Attachment Theory in Action with Karen Doyle Buckwalter

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 34:02


Karen welcomes Linda Chapman, founder and director of Art Therapy Institute of the Redwoods, to the show for the conclusion of their conversation about finding attunement with children and adolescents.

OncLive® On Air
S7 Ep3: Jefferson Faculty Highlight COVID-19-Induced Disparities in Older Patients With Cancer

OncLive® On Air

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 27:23


Chapman, Swartz, Rhodes, Nightingale, and Denton highlight the evolution of Jefferson Health's Senior Adult Oncology Center, the unique needs of older adults who develop cancer, and challenges stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic that have affected the care of geriatric patients with cancer, such as the strain put on caregivers and the shift to telemedicine.

Race Time Radio
2022 June - Craig Slaunwhite Jaden Chapman Lane Zardo JR Fitzpatrick Jesse Webb Sean Macintosh Sara Cornett-Ching

Race Time Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 119:40


2022 - June 5th - Race Time Radio   With Your Host: Joe Chisholm & Co-Host Joe Chisholm Jr.     Also Visit: https://www.facebook.com/race.timeradio  To Watch Video   Featuring: - Craig Slaunwhite No.99 wins East Coast International Pro Stock Tour at Petty - Jaden Chapman No.13 claims victory at Delaware Speedway - Lane Zardo wins the Qwick Wick Super Stock race 1 at Flamboro Speedway - JR Fitzpatrick No.84 wins APC United Late Model event at Flamboro Speedway - Jesse Webb No.94 wins RS1 Series race 1 at Area 27 in BC - Sean Macintosh No.24 wins race 2 at Area 27 - Sara Cornett-Ching joins us with some announcements   Access To Race Time Radio: Live Stream Via: http://racetimeradio.com/live_stream.htm           Web: http://www.racetimeradio.com          Twitter: https://twitter.com/Racetimeradio          Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/race.timeradio          iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/race-time-radio/id1368707581          Free App For Easy Listening: http://instantapp.com/racetimeradiolive/          Missed a Broadcast Catch Up Here:: https://racetimeradio.podbean.com            Motorsports Links: - https://www.facebook.com/craig.slaunwhite.39 - https://twitter.com/Slaunwhite99 - https://www.facebook.com/ProStockTour - https://twitter.com/ProStockTour - https://www.facebook.com/jaden.chapman.395 - https://twitter.com/jadenChapman_01 - https://www.facebook.com/delawarespeedway - https://www.delawarespeedway.com/ - https://www.facebook.com/lane46 - https://www.facebook.com/FitzpatrickJR - https://twitter.com/J_R_Fitzpatrick - https://twitter.com/FlamboroSpdwy   - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Flamboro-Speedway/104028876300357    - Jesse Webb - - https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100015245145841 - https://www.facebook.com/AvionMotorsports - https://twitter.com/AvionMotorsport - https://www.facebook.com/area27okanagan - https://twitter.com/area27okanagan - https://twitter.com/scornettching - https://www.facebook.com/sccracing   Race Time Radio Fuelled By:: Visit Napa Auto Parts: - New Glasgow https://www.napacanada.com/en/ns/new-glasgow/store/1006060          - Antigonish: https://www.napacanada.com/en/ns/antigonish/store/1001258          - Port Hawkesbury: https://www.napacanada.com/en/ns/port-hawkesbury/store/1007375          Visit: VP Racing Fuels  https://vpontario.com/          Visit: APX Racewear: https://www.facebook.com/APX-Racewear-241826969293535/?fref=ts          Visit: Quality Inn Halifax Airport http://www.airporthotelhalifax.com/          Visit: Dawson Dental http://dawsondental.ca/           Visit: Holiday Inn Express - New Glasgow https://www.ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/hotels/us/en/stellarton/ytrst/hoteldetail?cm_mmc=GoogleMaps-_-EX-_-CA-_-YTRST          Visit: Atlantic Tiltload http://www.atlantictiltload.com/ Visit: CTMP For Upcoming Race Events https://canadiantiremotorsportpark.com/          Visit: RPM Race Parts https://www.facebook.com/RPM-Race-Parts-103247914650387         Visit: Mister Transmission Owen Sound, ON  https://www.mistertransmission.com/owen-sound/     Visit: SiriusXM Ch 167 https://www.siriusxm.ca/channels/canada-talks/            Plus: Join Us Weekly Sunday Nights Live on RTR Live Stream at 7:00 pm ET With Open Phone Lines: 1-519-371-7588 Tune-In Live Stream Via:   http://www.racetimeradio.com/live_stream.htm     or On SiriusXM Channel 167 Canada Talks or: On RTR Facebook Page Live Feed Here: https://www.facebook.com/race.timeradio      `````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````

The Chase Thomas Podcast
Atlanta Sports Guys: Kyle Pitts Already a Tier-1 TE In The NFL, DeAndre Hunter's 2021-22 Season Review For Hawks & Michael Harris Called Up For Braves With Garrett Chapman & Max Marcovitch

The Chase Thomas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 67:14


Chase Thomas is the Sports Renassaince Man, Atlanta Sports Guy and Vol For Life. On hour 2 of today's program, Chase is joined by 92.9 The Game's Garrett Chapman and Max Marcovitch to talk about Kyle Pitts already being one of the best tight ends in football, the return of the red helmets for the Falcons, DeAndre Hunter's 2021-22 season review, the best lineup last year for the Hawks and the Braves calling up Michael Harris. Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Max Marcovitch, Garrett Chapman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Golden Classics Great OTR Shows
Afrs 205 - Mail Call - Marguerite Chapman - Dorothy Lamour - Bing Crosby 07-24-46

Golden Classics Great OTR Shows

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 29:07


The biggest names in Hollywood and Broadway recorded for AFRS during the war years, The American Forces Network can trace its origins back to May 26, 1942, when the War Department established the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS). The U.S. Army began broadcasting from London during World War II, using equipment and studio facilities borrowed from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The first transmission to U.S. troops began at 5:45 p.m. on July 4, 1943, and included less than five hours of recorded shows, a BBC news and sports broadcast. That day, Corporal Syl Binkin became the first U.S. Military broadcasters heard over the air. The signal was sent from London via telephone lines to five regional transmitters to reach U.S. troops in the United Kingdom as they prepared for the inevitable invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe. Fearing competition for civilian audiences the BBC initially tried to impose restrictions on AFN broadcasts within Britain (transmissions were only allowed from American Bases outside London and were limited to 50 watts of transmission power) and a minimum quota of British produced programming had to be carried. Nevertheless AFN programmes were widely enjoyed by the British civilian listeners who could receive them and once AFN operations transferred to continental Europe (shortly after D-Day) AFN were able to broadcast with little restriction with programmes available to civilian audiences across most of Europe (including Britain) after dark. As D-Day approached, the network joined with the BBC and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to develop programs especially for the Allied Expeditionary Forces. Mobile stations, complete with personnel, broadcasting equipment, and a record library were deployed to broadcast music and news to troops in the field. The mobile stations reported on front line activities and fed the news reports back to studio locations in London. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Entertainment Radio Stations Live 24/7 Sherlock Holmes/CBS Radio Mystery Theater https://live365.com/station/Sherlock-Holmes-Classic-Radio--a91441 https://live365.com/station/CBS-Radio-Mystery-Theater-a57491 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

The Infinite Inning
Infinite Inning 228: A Great Boy for Baseball

The Infinite Inning

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 92:21


A solo episode in which sad past and sorry present collide in the spring of 1927, when even as Babe Ruth and the Yankees were setting records there was evil abroad in Michigan. Then we journey to 1947 and the moment Ben Chapman tried to derail Jackie Robinson and consider Josh Donaldson's interaction with Tim Anderson as well. TRIGGER WARNING: A great deal of harm comes to children in this week's first segment, which reflects on the recent massacre of innocents in Texas as well as previous incidents of recent years. TABLE OF CONTENTSMass Murder in a Michigan Town*The Infinite Inning Book is Coming*A Brief Thought about Shane McClanahan*The Gene Hackman Solution*A Moment with Roger Angell (A-S-D-R-U-B-A-L)*Robinson and Chapman and Donaldson and Anderson*Goodbyes. The Infinite Inning is not only about baseball but a state of mind. Steven Goldman, rotating cohosts Jesse Spector, Cliff Corcoran, and David Roth, and occasional guests discuss the game's present, past, and future with forays outside the foul lines to the culture at large. Expect stats, anecdotes, digressions, explorations of writing and fandom, and more Casey Stengel quotations than you thought possible. Along the way, they'll try to solve the puzzle that is the Infinite Inning: How do you find the joy in life when you can't get anybody out?

Movies That Made Us Gay
149. Weird Science with special guest Dylan Hay Chapman

Movies That Made Us Gay

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 100:27


What do you little maniacs want to do first?  We're not just talking candle wax on the nipples or witchcraft, or chip, dips, chain n whips, we're talking about the renegade John Hughes movie "Weird Science" (1985) with our favorite straight brother Dylan Hay-Chapman. Kelly LaBrock is insanely fierce as Lisa, the Marry Poppins for teenage boys. The gays want to be her, and the straights well you know… We talk about all the iconique Lisa costume changes, '80s bad boy cuties Robert Downey Jr and Robert Rusler, a scene stealing Bill Paxton, and the two teenage boys (Anthony Michael Hall, and Ilan Mitchell-Smith) at the center of one of the horniest teen movies ever made.  Thanks for listening and don't forget to subscribe, rate and review us on Apple Podcasts! www.patreon.com/moviesthatmadeusgay Facebook/Instagram: @moviesthatmadeusgay Twitter: @MTMUGPod Scott Youngbauer: Twitter @oscarscott / Instagram @scottyoungballer Peter Lozano: Twitter/Instagram @peterlasagna

Ozark Mountain Transformation Conference
The Way of Spirit - Ronald Chapman

Ozark Mountain Transformation Conference

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 57:02


In his book, Seeing True: Ninety Contemplations in Ninety Days, Ron Chapman provides a workbook approach to his signature work, The Way of Spirit. This is a unique approach to understanding the Presence that is ever with us, as well as the inner obstacles that block us off from It. Join us as Ron uses all his skills as an internationally accredited speaker, acknowledged teacher, and professional facilitator to use the framework to foster spiritual breakthrough.Presentation from the 2009 Ozark Mountain Transformation Conference.FOLLOW US ON:Facebook: https://goo.gl/rwvBfwInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ozarkmtpubTwitter: https://goo.gl/LunK5DWebsite: https://goo.gl/2d5cX4ASSOCIATED LINKS:Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc.: https://goo.gl/xhgoAPQuantum Healing Hypnosis Academy: https://goo.gl/64G7RD

NETWORK MARKETING MADE SIMPLE
Episode 373: How To Be A Conscious Leader with Heather Chapman

NETWORK MARKETING MADE SIMPLE

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 34:44


Heather Lee Chapman is a Holistic Self & Business Mastery Coach, author, podcaster, and professional speaker. She is the Owner and Creative Director of Own It Empire (OIE) where they help conscious entrepreneurs to become the best versions of themselves, and live their best lives while leaving a legacy. Heather lives to inspire, educate and serve! She does so with her free business manifesting workshop, Business Bliss, the Masterclass Co-creating at its best (your 90-day road map to quantum leaps and success), their top of the line online programs, and mentorship through their signature Own It Mastermind (OIM) program & Mindset Shift program. Heather works with a select few at a time through her 1-on-1 VIP Coaching helping people truly own it! She is a co-author of two #1 Amazon Best Sellers, Fitness to Freedom and Dear love, I am ready for you. Plus through her podcast The Own It Show, Heather helps uncommon knowledge become common (this is a must listen to, action-packed show)! Heather has been a successful entrepreneur and coach for over 12 years. She has over 16 years of experience studying human potential and performance from the studies of Human Kinetics, biology, and psychology to Holistic Nutrition, Advanced Spiritual Training, Neuro-Linguistics Programming, Hypnotherapy education, and more. Heather loves to assist individuals to get clear on their purpose and goals and make them a reality. Allowing people to find their purpose, and gifts to share them with the world and then build a business around their dream lives that allows them to leave the legacy and impact they were born to! Heather Believes we must be treated as a whole, mind, body, soul, and spirit and when we miss a pillar we can't reach our full potential. In Own It Empire through the holistic self and business mastery approach, they help conscious entrepreneurs increase their awareness, impact, profits, performance, and quality of life. Through their unique techniques of working with the physical and the metaphysical while building the high-performance success habits, skillset, and mindset, with working masterminds and accountability, you can own whatever life you can dream of. Links; Website to book a free strategy call & grab your free Ultimate Success Customizable Habit Tracker https://www.ownitempire.com/ Facebook Group with weekly live show and resources: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ownitwithhlc Instagram for inspiration & education; https://www.instagram.com/own_it_empire/ The Own It Show Podcast on apple: podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-own-it-show/id1555348826 Found on platforms as; Pinterest: Heather Lee Chapman Linkedin: Heather Lee Chapman Facebook: Heather Chapman Youtube: Own It with Heather Lee Chapman Want free LinkedIn Trainings? Join our free Facebook Community Here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/284573162152150 Want to optimize your LinkedIn Profile to attract more sales? Click here: https://networkacademy.kartra.com/page/OptimizeLinkedin

Fun with Zack and Jake
The Assless Chapman Report

Fun with Zack and Jake

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 53:41


hello we are watching selling sunset so we do not have time to write a real description of this episode but it is about the explicitly sexy film The Chapman Report (1962) which is like the Kinsey Report except more Catholic. Jane is both snatched and frigid and maybe even asexual in this movie, but don't ask us about that. enjoy!

Bad Gays
Eugen Sandow (with Ruby Hann)

Bad Gays

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 89:46


Happy Pride! We invited Ruby Hann, who completed her MA in History in 2020 and her MSc in History in 2021, both at the University of Edinburgh, to talk about Eugen Sandow, the bodybuilder who spread the cult of muscle around the world. Her research is focused on masculinity, sexuality, and the body in early twentieth century Britain. Ruby is not currently in academia, but she still occasionally writes, lectures, and attends conferences. You can follow her Twitter @RubyVolunteers to find her work.  Our book is available at badgayspod.com/book along with tour dates in the US and the UK! SOURCES: Budd, M. A. The Sculpture Machine: Physical Culture and Body Politics in the Age of Empire. New York: New York University Press, 1997. Chapman, David. Sandow the Magnificent: Eugen Sandow and the Beginnings of Bodybuilding. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1994. Dyer, Richard. White: Twentieth Anniversary Edition, 2nd ed. London: Routledge, 2017. Waller, David. The Perfect Man: The Muscular Life and Times of Eugen Sandow, Victorian Strongman. Brighton: Victorian Secrets Limited, 2011. Waugh, Thomas. Hard to Imagine: gay male eroticism in photography and film from their beginnings to Stonewall. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996. Brauer, Fae. ‘Virilizing and Valorizing Homoeroticism: Eugen Sandow's Queering of Body Cultures Before and After the Wilde Trials', Visual Culture in Britain 18:1 (2017), 35–67. Conrad, Sebastian. ‘Globalizing the Beautiful Body: Eugen Sandow, Bodybuilding, and the Ideal of Muscular Manliness at the Turn of the Twentieth Century', Journal of World History 32:1 (2021), 95–125. Elledge, Jim. ‘Eugen Sandow's gift to gay men', The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide 18:4 (2011). Mullins, Greg. ‘‘Nudes, Prudes, and Pigmies: The Desirability of Disavowal in "Physical Culture"', Discourse 15:1 (1992), 27–48. Snow, K. Mitchell. ‘Does this fig leaf make me look gay? Strongmen, statue posing and physique photography', Early Popular Visual Culture 17:2 (2019), 135–155. Watt, Carey A. ‘Cultural Exchange, Appropriation and Physical Culture: Strongman Eugen Sandow in Colonial India, 1904–1905', The International Journal of the History of Sport 33:16 (2016), 1921–1942.

Arthro-Pod
Arthro-Pod EP 114: For the Love of Aphids with Kait Chapman

Arthro-Pod

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022


While traveling to a conference in Salt Lake City, UT from Nebraska, Jody realizes that she doesn't know much about her colleague, Kait Chapman. To her surprise and glee, they get into talking about Kait's MS/PhD research which is all about the fabulous insect-plant interactions involved in the relationship between aphids and their host plants. Take a listen to a discussion about animal-loving beginnings, telescoping generations, aphids on tiny bungee cords, host plant responses, and the love-hate relationship between a grad student and her subject insect.In this closeup of a mama aphid, you can see her offspring inside of her. Those small dots are the eyes of the aphid she will birth. A side by side look at aphid tolerant (L) and aphid susceptible (R) varieties of soybeansAphids can create symptomatic damage like curled leaves, wilting, and copious amounts of honeydew.This cabbage aphid is coated in a white wax material. You can also see it is exuding an alarm pheromone (the yellow colored droplet)Aphids are also quite small, though they add up when in big groups!This aphid is wired and ready for EPGQuestions? Comments? Follow the show on Twitter @Arthro_PodshowFollow the hosts on Twitter @bugmanjon, @JodyBugsmeUNL, and @MSkvarla36Get the show through Apple Podcast, Stitcher, Spotify, or your favorite podcatching app!If you can spare a moment, we appreciate when you subscribe to the show on those apps or when you take time to leave a review!Subscribe to our feed on Feedburner!  This episode is freely available on archive.org and is licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/Beginning/ending theme: "There It Is" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

Attachment Theory in Action with Karen Doyle Buckwalter
Linda Chapman: Finding Attunement with Children & Adolescents - Part 1

Attachment Theory in Action with Karen Doyle Buckwalter

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 29:52


Karen welcomes Linda Chapman, founder and director of Art Therapy Institute of the Redwoods, to the show for part one of their conversation about finding attunement with children and adolescents. Part two will be released on June 7th.

Sextras
Should Love Be Difficult? Love Languages & Expectations

Sextras

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 55:15


When it comes to love, there are some people that believe love should be difficult, and some that it should be easy. In this week's episode we attempt to answer if love should be easy or hard, discussing how to communicate your expectations and how to show love to your partner depending on their love language.We begin the episode with a segment where we ask our listeners if they think love should be hard, as well as hearing some things they are willing to compromise and things they are absolutely not, as well as what expectations they know they need to have met in a relationship.We then get into our thoughts on expectations in relationships. We discuss the narrative that's sold to us in movies about romantic love and if it's possible to meet someone who miraculously meets all of your expectations and knows how to show you love. We stress the importance of communication and talk about love languages, and if your partner can know and act on your love language without having to ask what it is. Sometimes we don't have the capacity to show people love in the way their love language requires, and so we talk about what you should do if you have unfulfilled expectations in relationships, and what normal expectations in relationships are.Ultimately, we believe that your main love language is something you should expect to have met in your relationship. It can be difficult to know whether you have too high expectations in relationships, but that is there is always at least one thing that you need from your partner in order to feel loved, and it's reasonable to expect that they fulfil that for you! We often make excuses for our partners when it comes to things we'd like them to do but that they won't, but we want to discuss if love should be hard work and what our limit is when it comes to not having certain needs met in relationships, and when you should walk away. There is a myth that relationships are hard work, and they can definitely be worth this work, however you shouldn't put up with not feeling loved or as if your partner isn't making effort, because you can always find someone who is willing to make that effort to fulfil the things you need!We love you, and we hope you can all recognise that you are worthy of receiving love in ways that truly make you feel loved. If someone makes you feel like loving you is a chore, it could be time to reconsider the relationships and whether you can find someone who can make you feel a little more loved.We hope you enjoy the episode, if you do please leave us a review and subscribe! You can find more of us on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok and Reddit @sextraspodcast, email us at sextraspodcast@gmail.com or visit our website www.sextraspodcast.com. There are lots of exciting announcements coming up as we approach the end of the season, so keep up to date by following our social media!Mentions in this episode include “The Distribution of Chapman's Love Languages in Couples: An Exploratory Cluster Analysis” (Bland & McQueen, 2018), which you can find here:https://www.millersville.edu/psychology/files/bland/bland-lovelanguages.pdf. To find out your love language, do a quiz such as this one: https://www.5lovelanguages.com/quizzes/love-language.We'll see you next week!Produced by Mable ProductionsOriginal music by Sacha Puttnam See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The JP Emerson Show
Strap in with Red Bull Athlete Mia Chapman and discover how she became the winningest female in Short Course History, long before ever tasting the champagne

The JP Emerson Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 50:18


Mia Chapman makes a living playing in the sand and dirt! But if you think it's all fun & games, allow us to set you straight. When other girls were playing with, well whatever 6-year-old girls play with, she already had begun racing trophy karts. By 13, she had advanced to modified's with 7 championships in three series to her credits.As you might expect, it didn't take long for people to notice, and she was certainly     noticed,  Becoming the first Red Bull female athlete on 4 wheels in the U.S.A  she is the winningest female in Short Course History & Her commitment to racing and sponsors make  her a very sought after driver Website:Home | MiachapmanMia Chapman: Offroad racing – Red Bull Athlete Page Instagram:Mia Chapman (@miaaa.chapman) • Instagram photos and videos Facebook:Mia Chapman | Facebook Twitter: @miaaa_chapman Show information:How to contact and connect with JP Emersonwww.jpemerson.comTwitter: @The_jpemersonemail: jp@jpemerson.com For more podcasts on cars check out Ford Mustang The Early Years Podcast at www.TheMustangPodcast.com or at Apple Podcasts or anywhere you get your podcastsFor more information about sponsorship or advertising on The JP Emerson Show or podcast launch services contact Doug Sandler at doug@turnkeypodcast.com or visit www.turnkeypodcast.com

Good Seats Still Available
263: "The Football History Dude" - With Arnie Chapman (Vacation Special)

Good Seats Still Available

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 75:10


We're taking a few days of early summer vacation this week - but not before sitting down for a very fun interview with pro football enthusiast and friend-of-the-show Arnie Chapman - as a guest on his popular Sports History Network podcast "The Football History Dude." Tim and Arnie dive into some of the most memorable football-related episodes of "Good Seats Still Available" thus far - and wax nostalgic on mutually favorite former circuits like the World Football League, the first XFL, the World League of American Football, and the original USFL, among others. Please enjoy this conversation we recorded a few weeks back - and be sure to check out all the other great podcasts across the Sports History Network!

The Chase Thomas Podcast
Atlanta Sports Guys: Deion Jones Out For Summer, Zach LaVine's Fit With Hawks & Dansby Swanson Getting Hot For Braves With Max Marcovitch and Garrett Chapman

The Chase Thomas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 65:54


Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy and Vol For Life. On part 2 of today's program, Chase is joined by fellow Atlanta Sports Guys' Max Marcovitch and Garrett Chapman to talk about the Falcons losing Deion Jones for the summer, Bryan Edwards entering the fold at wideout, Avery Williams flipping to running back, the Hawks going after Zach LaVine this summer, who stays in Atlanta, Dansby Swanson getting hot for the Braves and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Max Marcovitch & Garrett Chapman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

New York's #2 Sports Podcast
Yankees Win Series Vs. Baltimore As Injuries Start To Pile Up

New York's #2 Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 23:02


The bullpen has been hit extremely hard. Green, Chapman, and Loaisiga are out. And the lineup loses Stanton to the IL. Judge will have to continue his dominance. Luckily the starting pitching remains healthy and very effective. Jose Trevino has become an early fan favorite.   New York's #2 Sports Show is an Influencer Audio production.   Music provided by Stephen Dillaro: https://soundcloud.com/stephendillaro

Podcasting In Pinstripes

The Yankees had their first losing streak of the season and got hit with the injury bug. Chad Green is done for the year and Chapman hit the IL as well. Time to see how the bullpen depth will hold up. The Yankees have a starting catcher and it wasn't someone who on supposed to on the team. How high will Aaron Judge go with that next contract and should the Yankees up their offer now? All that and more from Sam and Steve!

Finding Something Real
Is Christianity like a Greek Myth? with Leah Chapman

Finding Something Real

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 55:52


We have a returning guest on the podcast today! Leah Chapman joins Janell on the podcast for a riveting conversation about the difference between Christianity and myths, the unseen world of spirits from a Christian perspective, and more! They also define apologetics and explain why it is important.We hope you enjoy the podcast! ___________________We would love to thank our Patrons for all their amazing support! To learn more about supporting Finding Something REAL via Patreon, click here!FSR s2e16 with LiekeFSR s3e22 with LiekeFSR s5e13 with LiekeFSR s5e13 with LiekeFSR s5e12 with Dres and CynthiaFSR s3e4 with Leah and AndrewApologetics Simplified PodcastThe ScrewTape Letters - C. S. LewisGod Has A Name - John Mark ComerDebate between Bart Erhmann & Mike LiconaUnbelievable? with Justin BrierleyNuremberg TrialsCharles Price sermons at Cannon Beach Conference CenterBrennan Manning - One Question Jesus Will Ask on Judgement DayTo Experience God's Love - The Gospel Coalition FSR: A is for Authenticity 1 Samuel 28

The Podcast About Division III Baseball
Episode 104: 2022 Super-Regional Preview

The Podcast About Division III Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 53:08


Welcome to Episode 104 of The Podcast About Division III Baseball! After a wild weekend of regional action, only 16 teams remain. We preview all 8 super-regional match-ups and make our picks for who we think will advance to the World Series in Cedar Rapids. In order (hosts in bold):  Oswego State vs. Marietta (at 2:30) UW-Stevens Point vs. UW-Whitewater (at 7:49) Catholic vs. Ithaca (at 16:00) Trinity (TX) vs. Birmingham-Southern (at 22:15) Baldwin Wallace vs. Endicott (at 29:10) Wooster vs. Salisbury (at 34:20) Rowan vs. Eastern Connecticut (at 41:20) Chapman vs. LaGrange (at 45:40) Follow us on Twitter @d3baseballpod (DMs are open if you want to reach us there) and @CespedesBBQ.  Send us your best D-III stories or any other comments or questions to thed3baseballpodcast@gmail.com Subscribe/follow + rate/review on Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-podcast-about-division-iii-baseball/id1342691759  Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5uk8q4iUrMUZRriKM1Akfx?si=3ed6cccd25d44c2a 

Change Out Loud (formerly
S05:E16 Should I Stay or Should I go? with Jennifer Chapman

Change Out Loud (formerly "Change Nerds")

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 34:17


Do you find yourself getting stuck in the same traps at work? Maybe you like your company but not your responsibilities? This is a must-listen for you! Jennifer Chapman talks about the clarity you need to define your path forward, key decisions you can make, and what you can do to renegotiate your workload. Want to know more?? Visit ambitionleadership.com to schedule a complementary session with Jennifer AND text the word "accelerate" to 411321 to get a free guide on making the most of your learning.

George's Box - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Yankees dropped 2 to the Chicago White Sox after Josh Donaldson battled with Tim Anderson all weekend. Chad Green is set to have Tommy John surgery and Chapman may make a trip to the IL. Nick and JJ discuss how the Yankees can keep momentum and who needs to step up. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Boys of 161st Street - Yankees MLB Podcast
202 | Losing Skid continues, Lasagna struggles, Chapman blows & Judge Triple Crown??

The Boys of 161st Street - Yankees MLB Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 63:01


Download the Chalkboard App and join our gameday group chat! https://links.chalkboard.io/join-boar... https://links.chalkboard.io/join-boar... Subscribe to the podcast! Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Spotify Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/1O50SAk... Buy a shirt: https://www.etsy.com/shop/DontWaitUpD... Get in touch: @the161boys @Lukerella @Daminromeo @murphy_5_ @chan_drake Submit to the mailbag by DM to Instagram or Twitter! Call the voicemail line: 1-914-469-2168 If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a rating and review! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Chase Thomas Podcast
Atlanta Sports Guys: Desmond Ridder Impresses Early This Summer, Clint Capela Season Review For Hawks & Braves Need More Offense With Max Marcovitch and Garrett Chapman

The Chase Thomas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 72:01


Chase Thomas is the Sports Renaissance Man, Atlanta Sports Guy and Vol For Life. On hour 2 of the program, Chase is joined by 92.9 The Game's Garrett Chapman and Max Marcovitch to talk about the Atlanta Falcons' 2022 schedule, Desmond Ridder impressing early, why this season is going to be so strange, Trae appearing on the J.J. Redick Podcast this week, Clint Capela's season review, why the Atlanta Braves have struggled out of the gate and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Max Marcovitch, Garrett Chapman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Fiddly Dicking
Wave Interception

Fiddly Dicking

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 6:52


*When life give you hurdles...go straight to the concessions stand. * Are you in the mood for speed, soft pretzels, waving to friends and perhaps a hug or two, well todays episode is just what the doctor ordered. Have a great day Everyone! Support Fiddly Dicking Merch Store - fiddlyshop.com (https://www.fiddlyshop.com) Tip Jar - Donate Today (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=MJJXJ895WU3NY) Twitter: @fdicking (https://twitter.com/FDicking) Facebook: Fiddly Dicking Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/fiddlydicking/) Instagram: Fiddly Dicking Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/fiddlydicking/)

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
Yankees-White Sox Recap // Amazing Nestor Stats // Team Base-running Ranks

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 65:06


Andrew and Scott recap the Yankees vs White Sox series, including Stanton and Judge owning Guaranteed Rate Field, Donaldson being an agitator (and starting to hit!), Montgomery still not getting any run support, amazing Nestor Cortes stats, IKF's base-running blunder and where the Yankees' base-running ranks among the league, Gallo's surprisingly good numbers recently, Chapman's struggles and more.  Download the WynnBet app today and receive a special offer: bet $50, win $200. Use code XBLUEWIRE when you sign up.    Get in touch:   @YankeesPodcast   @Andrew_Rotondi   @ScottReinen     Submit to the mailbag: bronxpinstripes.com/podcast   Call the voicemail line: 646-480-0342   Intro/Outro music: One Way Ticket, by Anitek Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices