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Lyonshall is one of those picture perfect places, a caring rural community at its heart, and surrounded by glorious hilly countryside. Set in the north-west corner of Herefordshire, it lies close to the Welsh border. On a hot summers night, a couple went to bed. As they did so, they could not begin to imagine that there was an intruder lurking in the shadows, and the horror he planned to inflict after he broke into their home..... Writing credit: Chris Wood. https://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Chris-Wood/a/4093 Join me in Manchester on 4 October https://www.murdermiletours.com/liveshow.html?fbclid=IwAR2wdGdZSktTx1dsUMap1t11ddXJGTgOcA0sgXmVEiJFAWfl-A2p9MQnR-Q Referenced sites www.patreon.com/uktruecrime https://www.facebook.com/groups/UKTrueCrime www.uktruecrime.com
Tony chats with Taekwondo coach Chris Wood. Living in the UK, they discuss some children's perspective on staying active along with how our phones and social media has changed the landscape. You can follow Chris and his camp, HERE on Facebook.If you like this episode, I bet you'd like all of them! Be sure to subscribe to the show to get updates when there's a new podcast episode. Also check out the full video on YouTube!You heard Tony mention some sponsors, if you want to support the show and receive some great discounts head over to the support page and see what's new like Meet Cute Box, the dating box that supports local business!
Variety Show on 1, 2, 3... starting with some awe-full Mindfulness (4:57) and then onwards with Takes about Chris Wood raising his mana (9:00) and the Doc's top five Kiwi sports folk right now (13:45). Vitamin Stats involves an incredible final day of Southern League footy (15:45) plus Lydia Ko's ensuing excellence (19:51). After which we go Deep in the Mangroves for a Tauihi basketball NZ All-Star team (20:18) and the trend of how the best NRL teams seem to be led by forwards from Aotearoa (25:00). Junior sports hubs (29:34) and Kiwi-NRL awards (32:34) emerge in Question Time. Then chuck in some Musical Jams (33:56) and she's all set. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/elnichecache Email newsletter: https://thenichecache.substack.com Aotearoa sports blog: https://www.theniche-cache.com
Serving up the yarns today starting with some GRRM Mindfulnesss (3:42) and then whipping into some Tauihi Basketball finals preview (7:18). Next up Chris Wood's Newcastle situation (19:38) and Marko Stamenic's Champions League possibilities (25:28) get a yarn before talking about the latest Football Ferns squad (30:13). Cricket is next with a Blackcaps ODI squad to face Australia been named (39:05). Then we polish things off by breaking down the NRL finals fringes with an eye on the Kiwis lads as always (59:03). Excelsior. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/elnichecache Email newsletter: https://thenichecache.substack.com Aotearoa sports blog: https://www.theniche-cache.com
Seguindo os episódios de offseason, nesta semana falamos sobre jogadores que podem ter uma grande evolução na próxima temporada. Cada participante selecionou três nomes que podem ser fortes candidatos ao prêmio de MIP (Most Improved Player), e tem alguns nomes bem surpreendentes na lista. Também falamos sobre os jogos da rodada de Natal deste ano, que foram anunciados esta semana, entre eles Warriors x Grizzlies e Celtics x Bucks, e também a notícia da construção do maior NBA Park do mundo no Brasil, na cidade de Gramado. Onde achar: (5:30) jogadores que mais podem evoluir - Anfernee Simons; (9:20) Tyrese Haliburton; (13:10) Monte Morris; (16:40) Chris Wood; (20:05) Alperen Sengun; (23:25) Herbert Jones; (25:30) outros nomes; (39:00) Momento Merchan; (40:15) rodada de Natal; (53:30) rodada de abertura; (55:20) NBA Park em Gramado. QUER FAZER PARTE DO GRUPO DE REDATORES DO TOCO E TACKLE? Mande um email para email@example.com ou entre em contato nas redes sociais. Siga nosso Twitter e o nosso Instagram: @tocoetackle. Visite nosso site: https://tocoetackle.com. Assine nossa newsletter semanal: https://tocoetackle.substack.com/ Nos ouça na Orelo e ajude o T&T a se manter em https://app.orelo.audio/4Lm4 Edição: Jonatan Mombach; Apresentação: Lucas Senna; Comentários: Juan Grings.
Back with the Variety Show chat after a week off. Starting with some tree roooted Mindfulness (3:28) and then ripping into Takes with an underrated Tall Blacks campaign (6:35) and the start of Dylan Brown Watch in the NRL (9:31). Vitamin Stats delivers some Blackcaps T20I all-timers (11:27) as well as Lydia Ko's beastly form (14:31). Then we go Deep in the Mangroves for a Chris Wood season preview (14:54) and Deine Mariner and Alfred Smalley's Kiwi-NRL debuts (18:51). Question Time has some Commonwealth Games highlights (18:51) as well as a Max Mata intro (29:27) and some ODI cricket trivia (34:30). Then Musical Jams to close the show (36:14). That's the one. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/elnichecache Email newsletter: https://thenichecache.substack.com Aotearoa sports blog: https://www.theniche-cache.com
Steve Stone may not have played for Newcastle United but the geordie born right midfielder still has a massive connection to the club. Former England international Stone, was first team coach at the toon for five years under Alan Pardew - working with players such as Yohan Cabaye, Demba Ba and the mercurial Hatem Ben-Arfa. He joins Jonny & Sam to discuss his time at Newcastle United and tells us all we need to know about Nick Pope and Chris Wood with whom Steve had worked with at Burnley. Settle in, this one is a belta! For the video interview check out Newcastle Fans TV & NFTV Extra on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/leelawlernewcastlefanstv & newcastlefanstv.comSubscribe to our socials @newcastlefanstv on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Twitch, TikTok & LinkedIn.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/Greenwood-Mulliner. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Neil Manthorp is joined by the former England bowler Steve Harmison to discuss Ben Stokes' retirement from ODI Cricket and what they means for the England side. They also look back at England's recent white-ball series' against India, and hear from both Jos Buttler and David 'Bumble' Lloyd. Hampshire Hawks' bowler Chris Wood reflects on a brilliant T20 Blast Final's Day which saw them win their 3rd title, and the Northamptonshire spinner Simon Kerrigan looks back at the county's first County Championship Division One win in 18 years! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Fluitist, saxofonist en sporadisch ook toetsenist Chris Wood is Dood maar niet vergeten. Hij overleed op 12 juli 1983 op 39-jarige leeftijd aan een longontsteking. Christopher Gordon Blandford Wood is op 24 juni 1944 geboren in Birmingham. Hij…Continue Reading "IM: Chris Wood (Traffic)"
There isn't a soul on earth who hasn't struggled with grief or loss in one way or another. Today, spiritual director Chris Wood shares with us how we can witness God's love in the midst of our pain and learn to embrace our sufferings as an opportunity.
The part I like about the New Zealand Cricket deal for the women is that, in theory, it encourages people to play and hopefully chase a dream.It makes it easier for players to work as well as play. And it may well lead to one day generating this much vaunted idea of pay equity.The part I don't like is the fact that people are paid more for no other reason than gender, especially in a field of life where excellence is the benchmark. Unlike a lot of jobs, elite athletes are not paid on traditional measures.Pay equity has become a minefield because we have allowed ourselves to become hamstrung on a bandwagon of politically correct nonsense.Women on average, and that's the first mistake we make, on average is too broad a measure, but once you go down that track you are left to invent absurdities to justify your actions.So, we decided that rest home workers, who are often women, should be compared to a mechanic, who are often men, and create equity that way. It's an invention and it's not real.Pay equity is when a woman and a man doing the same job for the same people, with the same skills and same expectations get paid the same money.In other words, you aren't penalised because of gender. That is not what we debate when we talk of pay gaps and that's our mistake.Complicating it further is at the elite sport level, athletes are paid on success. That success is directly tied to income streams and those income streams come from broadcast rights, rights, and ticket sales.That's why some sports generate higher incomes than others. It's why snooker players don't get paid EPL wages. It's why Major League Baseball players get paid more than the New Zealand men's hockey team.But within that, you are also paid for the impact your role has. That's why Cristiano Ronaldo gets more than Chris Wood.The reality of women's sport, whether it be cricket or rugby, is they don't draw the same crowds, they don't generate the same income, so therefore any equity deal is a falsehood. You are being rewarded simply for being a female. It's like being paid more because you are tall.It's a subsidy. If you never generated the income, someone else is paying the difference, it's a false economy.That is the wrong message to be sending, especially at the highest of performance levels.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Blues are back in the big dance.They will have the home advantage over the Crusaders for Saturday's Super Rugby's final in front of a sell-out crowd at Eden Park.All Whites coach Danny Hay has said they were robbed in their World Cup qualifying eliminator to Costa Rica.Chris Wood had an equaliser controversially ruled out by the VAR, before having Kosta Barbarouses sent off in a questionable performance from the referees.The Black Caps are struggling in their tour of England.For the second test in a row, they've been on the receiving end of defeats from winning positions, hampered by injuries and Covid.Australia has hinted at leaving Super Rugby.They will ‘consider their options' after their partnership agreement with NZR expires after 2023.Phil Gifford and Miles Davis joined Heather du Plessis-Allan to discuss the week's sports news
Rappin' With ReefBum is a LIVE talk show with host Keith Berkelhamer and guests from the reef keeping community. In this episode I chat with Chris Wood from Captiv8 Aquaculture.Chris is a marine biogeochemist and the Chief Science Officer of Captiv8 Aquaculture. He is also the founder and sole owner of Captiv8. The company's R&D draws from Chris' experience and two additional scientists, with a total of four PhDs.Chris entered the aquatics industry in 2000 as a marine scientist and product development and support specialist, and since that time has worked with aquarists and organizations throughout the world to improve outcomes with aquarium systems and recirculating aquatic ecosystems. Some of the organizations that have used his formulations include the Smithsonian Institute, Disney, NASA, and the Israeli Government, as well as several aquaculture operations in the U.S, including ACI Aquaculture.
A controversial end to the All Whites' World Cup qualifying campaign.The All Whites saw a Chris Wood equaliser ruled out by the VAR towards the end of the first half and Kosta Barbarouses was sent off in the second half for a foul that was upgraded from a yellow to a red.Costa Rica had scored in the third minute through Joel Campbell.Meanwhile, Gary Lawson won't be going to the Birmingham.The boules player has been suspended for 16 weeks for a homophobic slur.Sportstalk host D'Arcy Waldegrave joined Heather du Plessis-Allan.LISTEN ABOVE
Joel Campbell's early goal was enough for Los Ticos to punch their ticket to the 2022 World Cup as New Zealand, despite a valiant effort, fell short at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium. Luis Miguel Echegaray, Jonathan Johnson and Michael Lahoud tie a bow on the FIFA Intercontinental Playoffs and look ahead to the main event in Qatar. (02:11) -- Costa Rica complete the CONCACAF set (07:34) -- Chris Wood's disallowed goal (10:55) -- Rating Los Ticos' chances in Group E (22:32) -- Not a vintage year for Bordeaux (27:32) -- World Cup Power Rankings Qué Golazo' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Qué Golazo team on Twitter: @quegolazopod, @lmechegaray, @MikeLahoud, @JimmyConrad, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @heathpearce, @LRoman32, @PartidoPooper Watch Qué Golazo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/QueGolazo For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Get 20% off Que Golazo merch, using the code GOLAZO20: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/que-golazo?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=que-golazo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On the latest episode of ‘Tea with the High Commission' we speak to Newcastle footballer and the All Whites #1 goal-scorer Chris Wood. We discuss the sides chances of reaching their second World Cup in 12 years, growing up watching UK football and moving to England at the age of 16. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This year's Pride Month comes at a difficult time for LGBTQ+ rights. Over the past year, there have been over 300 anti-LGBTQ bills proposed in at least 28 states, including Florida's “Don't Say Gay” bill that aims to limit LGBTQ+ discussion in schools, and a bill in Ohio that would ban transgender women from participating in high school and college athletics that includes a “verification process” of checking the genitals of those accused of being transgender. On TechTank, Samantha Lai, guest host and research assistant at the Center for Technology Innovation, is joined by David Johns, executive director of the National Black Justice Coalition, and Chris Wood, executive director and co-founder of LGBT Tech, to discuss how technology concerns surrounding privacy, content moderation, facial recognition, and more shape the online experiences of the LGBTQ+ community. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode we're rewinding the clock one year to June 2021, when we sat down with All Whites legend Ryan Nelsen. I remember this as a breakthrough episode for us. It was our 50th podcast, our biggest guest and we were both really anxious about getting it right. And Ryan couldn't have been a better guest. Across nearly two hours he shared all the best bits of his life and career – and we're really proud of how it turned out. We talk about all the best stories from his seven years at Blackburn, his frustrations with the All Whites in 2010, what it was like playing with Tugay, Gareth Bale, Luka Modric, Harry Kane - and against Henry and Bergkamp, Ronaldinho and Neymar - the time he hit on Chelsea Clinton at Stanford and so, so many other cracking yarns from an incredible career. Nelsen is a natural leader and this episode provides a pretty revealing picutre of why he was made captain of nearly every team he has played for. Show notes: 2.20: Thursday night in Washington DC with Ryan, laying the blueprint for Steven at US College, and impressions of Seamus on the Olympic tour in 2012 8.26: Reflections on two Olympic Games: playing Brazil, Egypt and Mo Salah, the run-in with Dakota Lucas, and the cheeseburger challenge between Roland Jeffery and Seamus 19.00: We go back to Christchurch and the cricket career that could have been had it not been for a dodgy knee 23.38: The US experience: Stanford, MVP, All American, 'pulling the moves' on Chelsea Clinton, Tiger Woods in the medical centre, going #4 in the MLS draft, DC United, failures and lessons learnt 31.37: Heading to the UK: From “you're not good enough” at Charlton Athletic and being on trial at Blackburn Rovers to the FA Cup semi-final within six months 38.42: Attracting the interest of Manchester United: What does that really look like? 41.23: Some of the characters at Blackburn Rovers: Tugay and his ciggies 45.44: A Cole Tinkler and Raj Naidu interlude 46.55: Back to Blackburn Rovers characters: Chris Samba defender turned striker, Mark Hughes at training, and Robbie Fowler sneaking in 51.54: Chris Wood and his incredible achievements in the English Premier League 54.37: The Burnley and Blackburn Rovers rivalry: pitch invasions, police, tribalism and hooligans 57.00: Ryan finds out he was named by fans in Blackburn Rovers' greatest ever XI, the Venky's chicken ad and fighting El Hadji Diouf in the dressing room 1.01.48: Losing 1-7 to Manchester United: going after Sam Allardyce at halftime, and Dimitar Berbatov scoring five in the process 1.04.23: Toughest opponents: marking Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp in their prime 1.06.33: A sad end after seven years at Blackburn Rovers and the eventual move to Tottenham with Gareth Bale, Luka Modric and a young Harry Kane 1.13.49: "I don't want to be here": QPR and Ryan's eventual retirement and transition into management 1.18.16: Leaving everything on the pitch with the All Whites at the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the pressures of club v country 1.25.27: Behind the scenes of the World Cup in South Africa: battles with NZ Football, the drain of the World Cup and the challenges after the tournament 1.38.05: Toronto FC and the end of the coaching journey 1.41.42: Moving off the pitch and on the line with .rugby and .basketball 1.44.54: Terrible haircuts at the Confederations Cup in 1999 and never being able to drink tequila again after a big night with Kris Bouckenhooge, RN Wines, and player representation 1.48.55: Last words: The Bob Smith Memorial Trophy, and rescuing Ryan's boots from the rubbish bin at the Olympic Games See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ep. 70: Chris Wood of The Wood Brothers and Medeski Martin & Wood This is the Weird Music Podcast, where we explore the minds of the most creative and influential people involved in improvisational music. Chris Wood is a legendary bass player known for playing with and co-founding jazz trio Medeski Martin & Wood and the Americana fusion band The Wood Brothers. Chris Wood has been recognized internationally as one of the greatest improvisational bass players of all time. In this episode, Cam and Chris discuss Chris's unique perspectives on rhythm, feel, and the meditation of playing music. We appreciate you giving us a thumbs up and subscribing! The Wood Brothers are going on tour this Summer with Guster! Check out their dates and grab tickets here: https://www.thewoodbros.com/ Produced by: Katie Daly Sponsored by: - Thrax CBD & THC ( http://thrax.shop/ ) - SEM Tickets ( https://semtickets.com ) - JNJ Distribution ( https://jnj-distribution.com/ ) We are very grateful for our generous listeners & sponsors! Feel free to give a tip on Venmo — @Cam_ElkinsSEM Tickets (https://semtickets.com) JNJ Distribution (https://jnj-distribution.com/)
Dan Bonebrake (The Lightworkers) joins us inside The Sonic Temple for this episode.The three songs up for discussion:"Unsatisfied" by The Replacements"Cherry Bomb" by The Runaways"Personality Crisis" by New York DollsThe Lightworkers (Keith Michaud, Andre Serafini, Chris Carrabba, and Dan Bonebrake) will have an album coming out soon.Also... they have a 4 covers EP to benefit the Wood family out now.thelightworkers.bandcamp.com/releasesAll proceeds from the purchase of this EP go to the family of our beloved friend Chris Wood.Go check out and follow The Lightworkers on all of these platforms:Instagram @thelightworkersflTwitter @thelightworker3Facebook @thelightworkersflBandcamp @thelightworkers.bandcamp.com___GoFundMe link for the Wood Family___Instagram @thesonictemplepodcastFacebook @thesonictemplepodcast___Instagram @frobowski___Intro and Outro music by Legends of Rodeo (Ralston/Jezek/Eshelman/Snow)
Welcome to Prophecy Radio, a Percy Jackson podcast dedicated to all of Rick Riordan's past, present, and future projects! Co-hosts Karen Rought and Kristen Kranz discuss the latest news in the Percy Jackson/Rick Riordan Presents fandom (including the casting of Annabeth and Grover), then do a deep dive on Hades, god of the Underworld (plus fancast him for Percy Jackson and the Olympians), as well as finish out Percy Jackson and the Titan's Curse with chapters 19 and 20. New episodes of Prophecy Radio air weekly, and all ages are welcome to tune in. News and Updates (00:01:31) #BattleOfTheLabyrinthWeek is wrapping up, just in time for #LastOlympianWeek! May 3 saw a lot of book releases, including Francis Discovers Possible by Ashlee Latimer and Ballad & Dagger by Daniel José Older. Read Karen's Ballad & Dagger book review. You can also go to Read Riordan to find Rick's introduction to Ballad & Dagger. You can also now buy the Percy Jackson books with covers by Victo Ngai. That Hashtag Show reported casting information for Clarisse La Rue and Nancy Bobofit. In Rick's May 5 blog post, he tells us…THE TRIO IS COMPLETE. Please welcome Aryan Simhadri as Grover! Have you seen Cheaper By the Dozen on Disney+? Because we haven't. Aryan seems like such a cool kid, and everything about him screams Grover. Also welcome Leah Sava Jeffries as Annabeth! She's had some pretty major roles, too! Remember, according to Percy Jackson author Rick Riordan, Leah is exactly the way he always imagined Annabeth. Let's just talk about it: There's been a lot of vitriol surrounding Annabeth's casting, and it seems clear why. Our listeners are great, but we just want to remind people of the #PJOCastDeservesRespect campaign anyway. If Rick is happy, we're happy. The artwork of the trio is already so good! We have an official Twitter and Instagram account for the show! Becky says the fans scooped up all the good handles lol. Make sure you check out #PJOSeriesArt. Deep Dive: Hades (00:32:16) There is a lot to discuss when it comes to Hades. Do we feel bad for Hades? Zeus is such a butt face. Did he rig the game when they were picking their domains? There are SO many Hades and Persephone retellings, so go looking for them! Persephone eating those pomegranate seeds was a super big deal. Hades was a decent guy…for a god. Zeus straight up just complicated everything. Hades needs to go to Kidnappers Anonymous. But even his affairs weren't as bad as, say, Zeus'. It's interesting to see how the Underworld has evolved over time. And especially amazing to see how he figured out the best way to communicate new death rites to the human race. Did you know Cerberus was a DOG SNAKE? What does Hades look like in the Percy Jackson series? Karen and Kristen get hung up on the word bident. Hades has a lot of abilities. Like a lot a lot. Umbrakinesis is a cool power and more superheroes should have it. We want Mythomagic to be real! Hades is actually a pretty hard worker, which is probably a good thing. It's FINALLY time for our Hades casting. Karen's got jokes. But her first pick is actually someone we've talked about before. Kristen's first choice is someone who has the ability to truly become the character they're portraying. Karen's second pick might be kind of obvious, but he'd be SO GOOD. Kristen's next choice is NO JOKE. Just think about it. Karen's third choice has been in the running for a few others, but she's finally decided to go for it. Kristen's third pick is a combo package, and both people can totally pull off pale. Karen picked a pretty wholesome looking guy for her last choice, but she thinks it could work! Kristen cannot be stopped, and she's got TWO more candidates for Hades left. Shout-out to Alan Rickman for being our dream pick, though. If you're looking for a classically handsome Hades, Kristen's got the actor for you. Kristen's number one choice gives serious Alan Rickman vibes, so he'd be perfect! We also had a couple listeners write in with their own Hades fancasts! Chapter Reviews (01:41:16) It's time to finish up this book, starting with Titan's Curse chapter 19! This book is pretty pivotal to the entire Percy Jackson series. We meet some gods we haven't seen before! Is Athena's fatal flaw her lack of emotion? There are some really fantastic Percabeth moments in these chapters. Did it make sense that Thalia joined the Hunters? Percy Jackson is The One. Why did Ares want to destroy the ophiotaurus? The way the music worked was pretty cool. We learn what Percy's fatal flaw is, and…it makes a lot of sense, tbh. Percy and Annabeth finally get their moment! They have gray streaks that *match* exactly. It's time to talk about Titan's Curse chapter 20. PROTECT TYSON AT ALL COSTS. Percy and Tyson's relationship has come so far. And can we just talk about how mature Percy is!? Who's more terrifying, Ares or Aphrodite? We get an update on pretty much everyone. Why did they wait to tell Nico about Bianca until Percy got there? Hello Nico di Angelo, son of Hades! We only got ONE hint about the di Angelos' lineage—did you catch it? Percy taking on the prophecy is…heavy. It's awesome that we're still talking about Pan, even in the third book. That's a wrap! We're so excited about Battle of the Labyrinth! Feedback (02:22:17) Will we ever discuss what kind of music we would like to see in the show? When will this show take place? It's so fun when new people find us! Keep reading the Rick Riordan Presents books!! We also got another Ares fancast, and Karen gives everyone her true reactions. Thanks to Henry for his correction about Chris Wood! Thanks for listening, and tune in next time for episode 32, where we'll discuss the short story “Percy Jackson and the Stolen Chariot” (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3) from the Demigod Files. This episode's hosts are: Karen Rought and Kristen Kranz. Each episode, our Prophecy Radio hosts and their guests will keep you up to date on the latest information coming out of Camp Half-Blood, including upcoming books and adaptation news, discuss a topic of choice, and do a chapter by chapter reread of the Percy Jackson series. Follow Us: Twitter // Instagram // Facebook // Tumblr Listen and Subscribe: Audioboom // Apple // Spotify Feel free to leave us your questions or comments through any of these mediums! You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our homepage for archives and more information about our show. Prophecy Radio is a Subjectify Media podcast production. Visit Subjectify Media for more shows, including Not Another Teen Wolf Podcast, ReWatchable, and Not About The Weather, and for all our latest articles about the stories we're passionate about.
Sebastian Bacon was joined by George Poole, Burnley fan and No Nay Never podcast contributor, for a bit of a chat as Aston Villa take on Burnley on Saturday at Turf Moor. You can listen for FREE on Acast, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify - dig in!WHAT DO WE DISCUSS?How is George feeling about Burnley these days?What's the feeling around the fanbase in regards to the departure of former Burnley boss, Sean Dyche, and was is it the right call in the long-term?How tough was it for Burnley to lose striker, Chris Wood, in January to former relegation-threatened rivals, Newcastle United and how have the Clarets coped without him?Burnley caretaker boss, Michael Jackson, has turned things around for Burnley as of late; how impressed has George been with Jackson's efforts thus far?How do the lads see the rest of this season's relegation battle going?With both sides sitting within an arms length of one another, how do Seb and George seeing events at Turf Moor going on Saturday?All of this and so much more! Enjoy the podcast and Up The Villa!GUEST - Twitter: @NoNayNeverSTAY CONNECTED:Email: email@example.comTwitter: @7500ToHolteEPISODE NOTES:Thank you to our charity partner, Acorns Children's Hopsice.Donate today to support a fantastic charity: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/villaThank you to our FPL league sponsor, One2ElevenKits.Take advantage of their fantastic inventory of football apparel: https://twitter.com/one2elevenkits See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode of CRYPTO 101, brought to you by iTrust Capital, we talk to Chris Wood of Pixelmatic about how gamers are using crypto and blockchain to interact, transact, and play video games together in a modern environment. Sponsored link: iTrust.Capital/CRYPTO101 Guest Links: https://mobile.twitter.com/chriswood1821 https://mobile.twitter.com/pixelmatic https://www.pixelmatic.com/ Show Links: https://CRYPTO101podcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/user?u=8429526 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Crypto101Pod https://twitter.com/BrycePaul101 https://twitter.com/PizzaMind https://instagram.com/crypto_101 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/101Crypto https://www.facebook.com/CRYPTO101Podcast **THIS IS NOT FINANCIAL OR LEGAL ADVICE** © Copyright 2022 Boardwalk Flock, LLC All Rights Reserved ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Fog by DIZARO https://soundcloud.com/dizarofr Creative Commons — Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported — CC BY-ND 3.0 Free Download / Stream: http://bit.ly/Fog-DIZARO Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/lAfbjt_rmE8 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
Prefabricated timber buildings can be much faster than traditional construction, only if the rate of installation is optimised for. Unfortunately, sometimes the installation is an afterthought, and the original promises of significant program savings can quickly fade away. Here, the installers perspective is critical to enable fast construction. In this episode we're speaking with Chris Wood the General Manager of StandStruct about: The benefits of engaging an installer early on in projects The importance of co-ordinating between timber non-timber interfaces, And strategies for enabling program savings in installation If you want to learn more about designing or building with timber, I recommend you go to the WoodSolutions Website and download the Technical Design Guides: https://www.woodsolutions.com.au/publications I recommend watching the WoodSolutions weekly webinars. Previous recordings can be found on the WoodSolutions website: https://woodsolutions.com.au/
John Medeski is nothing short of a legend. He broke down barriers as one third of the revolutionary jazz trio Medeski, Martin, and Wood, bridged gaps as part of The Word with North Mississippi All Stars and Robert Randolph, and worked with luminaries in music across genre. Medeski, Martin, and Wood Medeski's latest project is Saint Disruption, a collaboration with musician, scientist, and folk healer Jeff Firewalker Schmitt. Schmitt and Medeski first met in the Amazon jungle where Medeski was seeking relief from debilitating cluster headaches. Saint Disruption's debut album Rose in the Oblivion was released on April 8, 2021 and their latest release, a cover of John Lennon's “Imagine” featuring Warren Haynes on guitar just dropped. I have been a fan of Medeski, Martin, and Wood for almost twenty years so this is a dream opportunity.
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast. It's time for the match review, looking back on Newcastle's one-nil win over Wolves. Chris Wood scored the only goal of the game - a penalty, as United secured their first win in three games. It was a welcome return to St James' Park for Newcastle - their first game at home since March 5th. Andrew Musgrove and Aaron Stokes look back on the game.
Tech. Sgt. Sean Wood, Staff Sgt. Chris Wood and Senior Airman Ashtin Steen of New Hampshire Air National Guard's 157th Maintenance Squadron are featured in this podcast episode of Your NH Guard from Pease Air National Guard Base in Newington. They discuss what it's like working in vehicle maintenance, pandemic-related challenges, and how work skills contribute to an off-duty passion for the automobile.
Alex Dicken, Wolves reporter from Birmingham Live, joins Andrew Musgrove to provide the insight from the opposition. Wolves travel to St James' Park for a game this Friday - with Newcastle in need of a win.
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast - it's time for the match preview with Andrew Musgrove and John Gibson. The pair preview the trip to Tottenham as well as: - What to do with Allan Saint-Maximin- Is it time to give Dwight Gayle a chance?- The boost of a trip to Dubai- Hope that Chris Wood can start scoring And much more. Here is the link to buy tickets for our live event on April 7th: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-everything-is-black-white-podcast-live-tickets-300557584827And here is the link be within a chance of winning tickets: https://data.reachplc.com/220872682888371?utm_source=Chronicle_Live&utm_medium=Launch_Article&utm_campaign=MAR22_NUFC_Podcast_Ticket_Comp
Chris Wood, Palm Beach area musician (Miracle Strip, eL, Double Stack) and all around good dude, stops by The Sonic Temple and joins us on this episode.The three songs up for discussion:"Helpless" - Sugar"Am I Wrong" - Love Spit Love"Cannonball" - The BreedersGoFundMe link for the Wood Family___The Lightworkers (Keith Michaud, Andre Serafini, and Dan Bonebrake) have a 4 covers EP to benefit the Wood family out now.thelightworkers.bandcamp.com/releasesAll proceeds from the purchase of this EP go to the family of our beloved friend Chris Wood.___http://www.instagram.com/thesonictemplepodcasthttp://www.facebook.com/thesonictemplepodcast___http://www.instagram.com/frobowski___Intro and Outro music by Legends of Rodeo (Ralston/Jezek/Eshelman/Snow)
All Whites striker Chris Wood has shot to the top of the New Zealand all-time goal-scoring list. Wood's two goals in the dominant win over Fiji at the Oceania Football World Cup qualifiers today saw the 30-year-old break a long-standing record. Felicity Reid reports.
A muse on the 91st anniversary of my father's birth, 18 March. And reflections on how the Mystery of Mallory and Irvine's fate has taken a personal tone. Thanks to Oliver and Chris Wood, Jano Ricks and The Wood Brothers management, as well as their publicist Kevin Calabro for granting us the rights to use HAPPINESS JONES for our theme music. We are deeply honored. Find The Wood Brothers at: https://www.thewoodbros.com/The Wood Brothers on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTvWKQovDZlLceuct1EEMMQHappiness Jones video can be seen here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKIoiVWwF5AFor more about Thom Dharma Pollard, about personal coaching or his inspirational presentations, virtual or in person, look for him at eyesopenproductions.comTo join his mailing list for A Course In Happiness, email him at firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/thehappinessquotient)
In this wide-ranging interview, recorded before Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Chris Wood, Global Head of Equity Strategy at investment bank Jefferies, talks about his route to success, why he is bullish on energy stocks, some of his fun trades (long Ryanair, short Zoom), why he doesn't use Zoom, how the pandemic has altered his approach and why his multi-million air miles account won't get built up quite so much going forward. We cover the long-term outlook for the global economy, why the Fed has a straight jacket, and how the world will look in years to come as we move from a regime of falling rates. Spoiler - he doesn't see a repeat of ‘20/21 in ‘22. Wood's weekly GREED & Fear publication was a must-not-miss for me – so is this episode.
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast. It's time for the match preview - United head to face Everton on Thursday. Andrew and Gibbo look back on the defeat to Chelsea, and how VAR really didn't help United's chances. The pair also look at the Everton game, the mess the Merseyside team are in, and the amazing turnaround United are on which is reaffirmed by the Toffees' bad run of form.There's also a look at Chris Wood's performance against Chelsea and Sean Longstaff's future.
Kiran returns after conveniently avoiding the Everton Relegation Pod Special, only to find himself hosting the sequel as Chris, Hunter, and Pranav help him try to see the positives, like Everton maybe winning a trophy next season. I won't torture Kiran any longer in this description since he already gets tortured enough by us on this pod...and by Everton on the field. We look at the Champions League first as Big Body Benz ('member we thought he was dusted), smashes 3 past PSGeez I can't believe that happened again. After light discussion of the other UCL ties and a heavy discussion on PSG's future, we move onto the prem where we planned on talking about a lot of stuff but spent all the allotted time focused on whether Ronaldo was worth bringing in to United following a winning hattrick despite Maguire's best efforts. Arsenal stay in form, placing a firm claim to their rightful spot in 4th place, proving nature is, indeed, healing. City dropped points to Crystal Palace as KDB is surrounded by 9 Werners and an Ederson, opening the door ever more slightly for the all new Liver(more depth than a kiddie)poo. Milan remain on top of Serie A due to the support of their passionate (and apparently very pretentious) support. Madrid are running away with La Liga, Bayern blah blah blah, and PSG blah blah. End-of-episode predictions run for longer than Modric did against PSG before we wrap up with Hunter's new State of the Club segment.
Hello and welcome to The Everything is Black and White Podcast. Andrew and Gibbo are back to review the victory over Southampton and to preview Sunday's clash with Chelsea. The pair talk Chris Wood getting off the mark for United, Bruno Guimaraes' superb striker, sanctions at Chelsea and much more.
We discuss Arsenal's two young gems in ESR and Saka before getting into some ELITE shithousery by Newcastle's Chris Wood. He bought a house in Kurt Zouma's head. Everton is now in a full-fledged relegation battle! Can they stay up? Manchester United miraculously recover from a lost lead at Elland Road while also finally scoring from a corner.
This week's guest is Billy Martin aka Illy B, a world-renown drummer, educator, visual artist, filmmaker, record label owner, non-profit organizer, and author…but above all else…he's a Creative through and through. If you enjoy this episode, please go check out Billy's interview with Mike Dawson on the Drum Candy podcast titled “Improvising and Cultivating a Creative Mindset”. Verrrryy fruitful. Billy has collaborated with some of the best out there including but not limited to John Scofield, John Zorn, Iggy Pop, Natalie Merchant, Flea, Bill Laswell, and Mickey Hart, but many people know him from his work with Medeski, Martin, and Wood featuring himself, John Medeski and Chris Wood. I recently checked out his “Anti-Instructional” movie filmed alongside fellow teacher and friend Allen Herman titled “Life on Drums” and I can't recommend it enough. We discuss the unique structure of the movie towards the end of our conversation, but we start off talking about soloing…something which Billy encourages all drummers to do fist thing when sitting behind the kit, “even if just for five minutes”. We also get into a bunch of my insecurities surrounding creativity before jumping into the records that shaped billy into the amazing musician he is today. Lots of good stuff in this one ya'll. Cheers!Podcast Artwork by Trevin Frame For more information on Big Fat Snare Drum, check out www.bigfatsnaredrum.com and follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok
The challenges continue, they keep coming, sometimes seemingly without end. Conversations with the remarkable guests from Season Two elevated my spirit and provided me with tangible insights. I hope you glean inspiration from them as I did; the goal in life should be to lift each other up. Here are my reflections and takeaways from our guests on Season Two:Marten Bostrom rebuilt his body, focusing on the technical aspects of his sport, enabling him to win the World Orienteering Championship. Clarion Johnson shares a family legacy of courage, providing the fortitude to embrace medicines' most difficult specialties, and becoming global medical director of Exxon Mobil. 2004 Olympian Carrie Tollefson reminds us to ease back on the throttle, believing in ourselves and the process.Chuck Garcia, master storyteller and Columbia University leadership communications professor, teaches us the power of momentum and positive action. Chuck beautifully illustrates these strategies in, A Climb to the Top, his book and podcast. The Ripleys show us the benefits of falling short of initial goals, rallying our resolve, and strengthening our faith. Terri Trespicio calls us to action. Terri gives us permission to unsubscribe from untruths in her new book, Unfollow Your Passion, where she guides us to sharpen our skills, unlock our creative genius, calling us to show up and trust. Life transitions can be difficult. World-class marathoner Brett Gotcher encourages us to leverage the power of perspective, focusing on positive memories instead of negative departures. Loretta Claiborne, the most decorated Special Olympian of all time, calls us - regardless of our circumstances - to give from the heart to those in need. Conservation giant and CEO of Trout Unlimited, Chris Wood emphasizes a willingness to learn and demonstrates that the humility to embrace the role of student translates to fulfilling one's purpose. ParaTriathlon champion and former Marine Corps Sargent Zach Stinson moved beyond anger after a bomb resulted in the loss of both legs above the knee and numerous other injuries. After thirty-five surgeries and grueling rehabilitation, Zach transcended bitterness, opening providence and provisions for his family, and new possibilities for him to harness his athletic talents. Closing Thoughts...I'm grateful to the guests who shared their stories with me. I've taken away tangible strategies, real-time approaches, and new ways of understanding—messages I'll continue to employ when the road gets tougher. Continued thanks to Andrew Hollingworth—master editor and sound engineer. Thanks to all those who have listened, cheered, and championed this project; we are grateful for your encouragement and support. Which stories move you forward? How have these stories impacted you? What would you like to hear next? Let us know. Until then I look forward to being with you on the next season of Intrinsic Drive™.Intrinsic Drive™ is produced by Ellen Strickler and Phil Wharton. For more information on this and other episodes visit us at https://www.whartonhealth.com/intrinsicdrive
The boys are back to finally discuss a normal ass weekend full of Premier League games. The transfer window is in full swing, with Chris Wood, Kieran Trippier, Lucas Digne, and fucking Coutinho all making moves. This Aston Villa side might actually be good. We break down all the games coming up, as well as answer some fan questions, so grab a beer and vibe with the best! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-epl-boys-podcast/support
Alex hosts Charlotte, Ben and Si to talk through the signing of Chris Wood and the massive must win game against Watford this weekend. This show is normally a Patreon only show so please sign up for £6.60 per month if you like what you hear: www.patreon.com/tfpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Adam, Morgan, and Alex talk about a disgusting loss to League One side Cambridge United in the FA Cup. How did that happen? What does it say for the rest of the season and specifically, this transfer window? Also, NUFC are on the brink of bringing in Chris Wood in a Burnley steal, and Diego Carlos and Hugo Ekitike are rumored to be on Newcastle's shortlist. What would these deals do for the rest of the season? And, can Newcastle beat Watford? Just how important is this match? Does Chris Wood play if he's here? Follow us on Twitter - @NUFC_Podcast Apple Podcasts Listeners - leave us a 5STAR Review and a Comment!
A trip to Alaska to follow the Salmon run changed the course of Chris Wood's life; upon returning home he resigned from his job working for an ice cream company. Choosing a new path, Chris resolved to dedicate his life to saving endangered fish and waterways. He began his career as a temporary employee with the US Forest Service in Idaho where he quickly realized the power of learning from mentors and teachers in the conservation field. They - in turn - saw his passion, tireless work ethic, and optimism. He went on to become the senior policy and communications advisor to the Chief of the U.S. Forest Service, where he assisted in protecting 58.5 million acres of publicly owned land. He began to realize his potential to have a significant impact on the environment and our natural resources. In 2009 Chris began his leadership as President and CEO of Trout Unlimited. Today TU is an internationally respected conservation powerhouse with close to an $80 million-dollar annual budget and national staff of 260 employees. TU has become the science delivery system for state and national agencies who have sustained large budget cuts. Trout Unlimited, in partnership with their three hundred eighty-seven local chapters across the country, is protecting, reconnecting, restoring, and sustaining our cold-water resources. TU invests tens of millions of dollars annually for river and stream recovery, protecting head-water streams, thus reducing downstream drinking water filtration costs. This evangelist of fishing and fisheries conservation was recently inducted into the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame. Chris has authored Watershed Restoration: Principles and Practices (AFS, 1997), From Conquest to Conservation: Our Public Land Legacy (Island Press, 2003), and My Heathy Stream: A handbook for Streamside Owners (Trout Unlimited and The Aldo Leopold Foundation, 2013). We are honored to welcome this giant of conservation to this episode of Intrinsic Drive™. For those who would like to learn more about the conservation efforts of Chris and his team, become members, or donate please visit Trout Unlimited. Intrinsic Drive™ is produced by Ellen Strickler and Phil Wharton. Special thanks to Andrew Hollingworth, our sound engineer and technical editor. For more information on this and other episodes visit us at www.whartonhealth.com/intrinsicdrive. Follow us on socials (links below) including Instagram @intrinsicdrivelive