Despite only a few weeks passing there has been a seasons worth of games. Join the lads as they try to make sense of it all, share a few laughs and as ever make some left field gags. Who is effervescent? Who is eeyore? Who the hell is Scargill? Who are the children of the revolution?
Children of the Revolution A Spiritual Journey to Burma and Buddhism – A Powerful and Compelling Story of Heroism & Hope By Feroze Dada. Endorsed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Children of the Revolution is a truly inspiring story about Feroze Dada, a Chartered Accountant from London, and his chance meeting with a freedom fighter and a Buddhist monk in Myanmar which transforms the lives of a great many orphaned and abandoned children being looked after in a remote monastery on the shores of Lake Inle by making the monastery financially independent – setting up a drinking water bottling plant and establishing a teaching programme. At the same time, the journey they take provides him with a deep and enduring sense of purpose and self-discovery. https://selfdiscoverymedia.com/2018/07/16/th18-29-feroze-dada-author-of-children-of-the-revolution/
Children were too often victims of the violence which shook Ireland 100 years ago. Historian Liz Gillis compares coverage of their deaths to that of adults who were killed during this period. A listener reveals the deadly rivalry between two brothers - and there's a new kid in town this week, as one of the world's biggest film stars visits County Down.
I am joined this week by original Violent Femmes drummer Victor DeLorenzo to talk about the making of the bands album Why Do Birds Sing for it's 30th anniversary, acting and writing outside of drumming, writing music with his new band NINETEEN THIRTEEN, being possibly the only band to open for both the Grateful Dead and Ramones, playing drums in Moe Tuckers band and a whole lot more FOLLOW VICTOR DELORENZO - https://victordelorenzo.weebly.comhttp://www.nineteenthirteen.comhttps://nineteenthirteen.bandcamp.comTwitter - https://twitter.com/VicDeLorenzohttps://twitter.com/1913mkeInsta -https://www.instagram.com/vjd/https://www.instagram.com/1913mke/Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/Nineteen13Check out the Power Chord Hour radio show every Friday night at 10 est on 107.9 WRFA in Jamestown, NY, stream the station online at wrfalp.com/streaming/ or listen on the WRFA mobile appemail me for FREE Power Chord Hour stickers - email@example.comFacebook - www.facebook.com/powerchordhourInstagram - www.instagram.com/powerchordhour/Twitter - www.twitter.com/powerchordhour/Youtube - www.youtube.com/channel/UC6jTfzjB3-mzmWM-51c8LggSpotify - https://open.spotify.com/user/kzavhk5ghelpnthfby9o41gnr?si=4WvOdgAmSsKoswf_HTh_Mg
Ep. 236 - Matt says one critical thing about Bruce Springsteen and he decides to start a podcast! We also continue to talk about the deconstruction necessary for the reconstruction of faith (and the fear it engenders). Also, music. The Playlist "Lost Ones" - Ms. Lauryn Hill "Welcome To The Occupation" - R.E.M. "Feel It Still" - Portugal. The Man "Maggie's Farm" - Bob Dylan "Children Of The Revolution" - T.Rex "Turntables" - Janelle Monáe Listen to the full playlist over on the Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5ErKqfAqJAsAuWSR8Ee81t?si=W7hQLwa1QyqZF3Jva4sn7w Matt Keadle is the pastor of St Mark's Lutheran Church and Campus Ministry in Los Angeles. Zach Parris is the pastor of Lutheran Campus Ministry at the University of Colorado. The Vinyl Preacher was the recipient of the 2019 Joseph Sittler Award given by the Lutheran Campus Ministry Network. It is produced by Nick Morris, aka @drazeforce. Check out his SoundCloud.
Amici Miei,Nuova puntata Musical per Rrobba Ti Coma. Questa volta parliamo del celeberrimo "Moulin Rouge", il film di Baz Luhrmann uscito a maggio di vent'anni fa, nel 2001, interpretato da Nicole Kidman e Ewan McGregor. Grandi canzoni in una veste totalmente nuova per una storia d'amore bellissima e tragica, sullo sfondo della Parigi del 1899, l'anno della Rivoluzione Bohemienne, quando artisti e scrittori vivevano bevendo assenzio e perseguendo ideali di Verità, Bellezza, Libertà e più di tutto Amore! Sotto la mia delirante voce, una colonna sonora Scintillante!TRACK LIST01. Lady Marmalade02. Nature Boy03. Can Can Can04. Sparkling Diamonds05. Your Song06. Spectacular Spectacular07. Elephant Love Medley 08. Like a Virgin09. Come What May10. Roxanne11. The Show Must Go On12. Hindi Sad Diamonds13. Come What May Finale14. Children Of The Revolution
Join me for this cheeky and shameless conversation with Alicia Sinclair, founder of award winning products B-Vibe, Le Wand and The Cowgirl Premium Sex Machine. All of these amazing products sit under the umbrella of Children Of The Revolution, a brand of premium sex toys developed by Alicia. Her story of how she entered the world of sex tech and made a name for herself and her brands are not to be missed. If you are considering starting your own path into the sexual technology industry listen in for some great tips. Or, better still, if you are a fan of butt plugs you'll enjoy how the B-Vibe came to be one of the top selling premium toys in the industry. Stay In Touch With Alicia Sinclair here: Web: www.alicia-sinclair.com Brands: @lewandmassager/ @bvibe_social / @ridethecowgirl PROMOTION: Masturbation May Buy One/ Get One 50% off sale on lewandmassager.com & bvibe.com Stay up to date with Sisters of Sexuality Website: www.sistersofsexuality.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @sistersofsexuality Facebook: @sexysostour Twitter: @sistersofsex #LIKESUBSCRIBESHARE --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sistersofsexuality/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sistersofsexuality/support
In this episode I look at two paintings that depict murders and executions, both born of moments of revolution. The first is Jaques-Louis David's "The Death of Marat." The second is Francisco Goya's "Third of May, 1808." I'll be looking at the history of these paintings, the men who painted them and the people and moments they depict.Sources for this episode include:Evan S. Connell, "Francisco Goya: A Life"Gregory Fremont-Barnes, "Encyclopedia of the Age of Political Revolutions and New Ideologies, 1760-1815"https://www.jacqueslouisdavid.org/biography.htmlMusic for this episode is courtesy of musopen.org.You can follow us on twitter at @SynodusPod and on Instagram at SynodusHorrendaPod. You can support the podcast at https://www.patreon.com/SynodusHorrenda where for $5 a month you will receive access to free monthly bonus episodes.
An emphatic home defeat to Manchester City has prompted an emergency Monday morning training session ahead of the Europa League home game v Roma... But a few senior players have other plans. Allon Sylvain as Eric van SmitEsmonde Cole as Howard JaggerAcushla-Tara Kupe as Dr. Rachel WebberThomas Mitchells as Theo ClintonRhys Tees as Rob JeffersonAdam Jarrell as Kieran BroomJoel Emery as Dan WatsonDirected by:Joel Emery & Paul WaggottEpisode written by:Joel Emery Edited by:Joel Emery Executive Producer:Joel EmeryWARNING. This podcast contains explicit language and content some listeners may find objectionable.This is a work of fiction. Any similarities to persons living or deceased, organisations, places or events is purely coincidental. All scenarios are from the author's imagination. This podcast is protected under copyright. Listener discretion is advised.The Offensive is property of Primley Limited -- See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
n this episode, the team (without Jimi this time) dissect the Wycombe fixture both on and off the pitch, they look ahead to the first home match of the season against Coventry, complain about ticket prices and wonder what needs to be done in order to get fans into the ground on a regular basis and go through the listeners favourite memories of the previous Sky Bet League One campaign from 2016-17.
In this week's episode, the whole team look at the verdict from the court case involving Laurance Bassini and the club, give praise to the performance of the young players and the fans in the 0-0 draw with Coventry City as well as the 5-2 defeat in the first round of the League Cup to Rochdale and read out some of the listeners favourite memories from that competition whilst previewing the weekend trip to Tranmere Rovers.
Leticia Bufoni discusses growing up in São Paulo Brazil, moving to California at age 14, filming for the Osiris video “Children Of The Revolution”, getting on Nike SB, turning pro for Plan B Skateboards, posing nude for the ESPN Body issue, getting knocked out at Street League, her fascination with skydiving, having a skatepark in her backyard, her “Push Part”, celebrating too soon at Street League, working out, the Olympics, filming for the Nike SB video “Gizmo” and much more!
Our Glenn Close mini-season - which we're now dubbing 'Close Encounters of the Glenn Kind' - continues with an episode dedicated to Dangerous Liaisons, in which the actress gives one of her most memorably villainous performances as the scheming aristocrat Marquise Isabelle de Merteuil. Directed by Stephen Frears and co-starring John Malkovich, Michelle Pfeiffer and Uma Thurman, Dangerous Liaisons has it all - intrigue, seduction and many, many wigs. In other words, it should be a perfect Beyond The Box Set movie. Unfortunately, one of us didn't quite end up seeing things that way... Tune into this week's episode to hear our thoughts on bedtime wigs, a classic distracting Keanu Reeves performance, the film's surprisingly abrupt ending and much more, plus drinking games and of course, our sequel pitches. ----- Every week on Beyond The Box Set, we take a look back at a classic standalone movie, and compete to pitch the most ridiculous sequels, prequels and spin-off ideas to bring them back to the big screen. Our show has been listed as a 'Podcast of The Week' by The Guardian and Podbean, and as a 'Binge-Worthy Podcast' by Apple. We release a new episode every Friday morning, so subscribe for free to make sure you never miss an episode. Beyond The Box Set is also a proud member of the Pave Media Podcast Network. Check them out at pavemedia.net to find out how they could help you to grow your listenership and make meaningful connections with fellow podcasters. beyondtheboxset.com patreon.com/beyondtheboxset twitter.com/beyondtheboxset facebook.com/beyondtheboxset instagram.com/beyondtheboxset https://pavemedia.net/ 00.00: Even worse than Yentl, apparently. 42.50: Dangerous Liaisons Drinking Games 52.30: Dangerous Liaisons 2: Children of the Revolution 1.02.10: Dangerous Liaisons: A Re-Casting Extravaganza 1.24.30 Listener Submissions & Episode 113 Preview
This Is A basement Replay BY REQUEST..... Well it's a busy week here in the Basement and abroad...so it's a day late, couldn't help it...BUT....One of the Basementeers wanted to see if I had a T. Rex Show...Yes we did from 2013, why not play it for the people who didn't hear it the first time. So for the Galm Fans too, here is some great songs that should be on classic rock radio, but there here on SFTB. Intro: Prelude 1. 20th Century Boy 2. Telegram Sam 3. All Of My Love 4. Hot Rod Mama 5. Childe 6. Jupiter Lire 7. Interstellar Soul 8. Shock Rock 9. Mombo Sun 10. Cat Black 11. Is It Love 12. Lady 13. Visions Of Domino 14. King Of The Rumbling Skies 15. Bang-A-Gong (Alt Version) 16. Strange Orchestras 17. Children Of The Revolution 18. Dragons Ear 19. Sound Pit 20. Light Of Love 21. Metal Guru 22. Mustang Ford 23. Monolith 24. Chrome Sitar 25. Raw Ramp 26. Jewel 27. The Groover 28. Down Home Lady 29. Salamanda Palaganda 30. The Slider 31. A Day Laye 32. Beltline Walk 33. Country Honey Outro: Prodotal Child Time Approx: 2 Hours
On this episode of Westwood One's Rock Talk with Mitch Lafon - new interviews with Tobias from Ghost and Nothing More's Jonny Hawkins. Spell-caster Alan Niven co-hosts. And we offer a full explanation of the unsubstantiated claims that Guns N' Roses have recorded a new song (T-Rex's Children Of The Revolution). Our first guest is Tobias Forge of GHOST. We discuss his days with Crashdïet, touring with Metallica, did he ever consider quitting the music business, parenthood, is Ghost a solo project, how important is the band's image to its success, Mötley Crüe, how t-shirt is partly responsible for the band's success, and much more. Guns N' Roses - Children Of The Revolution update at approx. 44minutes 55 seconds. Finally, Jonny Hawkins of Nothing More. We discuss the band's progression over the last 15 years, moments of doubt and perhaps quitting, the band's philosophy, facing his fears, finding your 'why', a loving tribute to his mom (at approx. the one hour mark of the show), can they be the next stadium band, "pop is McDonald's marketed to the masses', the importance of live shows, the next new album, Grammy nominations, and much more. Help support the show. Please consider a donation: https://www.paypal.me/MitchLafon See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Aired Thursday, 15 November 2018, 7:00 PM ETChildren of the Revolution – How a Buddhist Monk, a Freedom Fighter, and a Chartered Accountant Brought Education and Hope to Thousands of Burma’s Poorest Orphans with Feroze DadaFeroze Dada was a Chartered Accountant living in London when a chance meeting with a freedom fighter and a Buddhist monk in Myanmar transformed the lives of hundreds of orphaned and abandoned children being looked after in a remote monastery on the shores of Lake Inle in Burma.This week, Feroze Dada joins Sandie to share the astonishing true tale of how the courage and tenacity of a small group of individuals from different religions and backgrounds helped a passionately caring, visionary Buddhist monk bring education and hope to thousands of Burma’s poorest orphans and children.Feroze Dada’s book Children of the Revolution, is also a story of the author’s own journey: as a Muslim absorbing Buddhist philosophy and in so doing building a bridge towards peace which offers a transformative vision about how to live a meaningful life.About the Guest: Feroze DadaFeroze Dada was born in Karachi. He has lived and worked for most of his life in London. He has been a qualified chartered accountant and chartered tax advisor. He was the senior partner of his private client tax practice in Mayfair, London for 25 years. He is a non-executive director of several private companies, and a guest interviewer with TVapex, a community TV channel where he has interviewed everyone from a Buddhist monk to the legendary Andrea Bocelli on the subject of humanity. His book, Children of the Revolution, has won the rare honor of having a foreword written by the Dalai Lama.Website: http://www.inletrust.org.uk
This book was written by, Justin Achilli, C.A. Suleiman, Eddy Webb, Joseph Carriker, and Christopher Kobar for Onyx Path Publishing and released October 26, 2012.
On this episode of Beyond Reason, Justin brings on Feroze to discuss his book, Children of the Revolution. They talk about how Feroze got started on the book, his journey to the Myanmar monastery, the children that were orphaned at the monastery, and so much more. Join us, you with open minds, and listen to an amazing episode!
Welcome back to The Seek The Joy Podcast! On today’s episode is Michael Bina - writer, director, producer, and a long-time friend of mine. Michael is also the co-founder of Stage 2 Media, an award-winning Los Angeles film and video production company that creates dynamic projects from pre-production all the way through post. The timing of this episode is MAGIC if you ask me – this weekend Michael and the rest of Stage 2 Media are finalists in the 2017 Producers Guild of America Make Your Mark Weekend Shorts Competition for their short film Children Of The Revolution (!!!) What an exciting time and opportunity for him and the rest of Stage 2 Media to even be nominated – I am so proud as his friend. We talk all about his writing process, what he’s learned along the way from both success and failure, staying grounded and loyal in the entertainment industry, and so much more. Plus, there’s a fun (and embarrassing) throwback story at the end… You can find more information on Stage 2 Media here: http://stagetwomedia.com You can find more information on Children Of The Revolution here: http://stagetwomedia.com/portfolio/children-of-the-revolution/ You can watch Season 1 and 2 of Valet here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7QZdnKsUOmoPChJ_VBHRWQ/feed You can find us on Instagram @seekthejoypodcast Twitter @seekthejoypod Facebook fb.me/seekthejoypodcast Email email@example.com You can find all of this and MORE on our website www.seekthejoypodcast.com Until next week, #SeekTheJoy – and keep your fingers crossed for Michael and the rest of the Stage 2 Media team this weekend! P.S. have you SUBSCRIBED yet on iTunes?! Make sure you've subscribed, and give the podcast 5 ⭐️'s
When you look at the state of Australian and world politics, you sometimes can’t help but despair at the parlous state of affairs we find ourselves in. Is it any wonder that so many are politically disengaged? Yet, for some young people, politics, civic representation and student activism is their passion. What would motivate someone […]
The country is only now examining the social price of children left behind by the mass movement triggered by China's transformation from agrarian backwater to digital society, says Patti Waldmeir See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jack White, Echo and the Bunnymen, Lana Del Rey, Bono & The Edge, as bandas paulistanas My Name Is Mary e E A Terra Nunca Me Pareceu Tão Distante, a banda baiana brincando de deus, a banda mexicana Le Butcherettes, Lee Ranaldo and The Dust em nossa Mixtape 07, faça o download agora. (clique com o botão direito e selecione salvar). Para ouvir outras músicas do artista clique nos links. 01 – Lecce, Leaving – Lee Ranaldo and The Dust (00:00) 02 – Two Weeks From Here – brincando de deus (06:57) 03 – Spooky Vibes – Blind Mr. Jones (10:44) 04 – Blackhead – Le Butcherettes (16:54) 05 – Mary Wanna Stay High – My Name Is Mary (21:00) 06 – Children Of The Revolution – T. Rex (22:57) 07 – Heart Shaped Box (Nirvana cover) – Lana Del Rey (25:22) 08 – The Killing Moon (Echo and the Bunnymen Cover) – Grant-Lee Phillips (29:00) 09 – Wild Wood – Paul Weller & Portishead (33:11) 10 – Love Is Blindness (U2 Cover)- Jack White (36:35) 11 – Night & Day (Cole Porter Cover) Live- Bono & The Edge (39:52) 12 – Pequenas Expectativas, Menores Decepções – E A Terra Nunca Me Pareceu Tao Distante (45:45) 13 – Raspberry Beret (Prince Cover)- Hindu Love Gods (50:45) 14 – Lips Like Sugar – Echo and the Bunnymen (54:33) A próxima mixtape vai pro ar no dia 20/11/2014.
Sometimes it seems that kids today are born with an innate understanding of technologies their parents had to learn. In this presentation, James & Gerry will describe how school children in NSW interact with computers and the Internet. Based primarily on interviews and observational sessions with approximately 100 children in primary and high schools, they will tell a story (that may be surprising to many) of traps and pitfalls and poor design that makes mastery an unnecessarily difficult challenge.
This series explores what life offers to Iran's burgeoning young population who are trapped by conservatism and an ailing economy. In the first programme, we hear how the war with Iraq acted as a continuation of the Revolution.