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SpazioTalk
Ciao Davide (con il ricordo dei corridori del gruppo)

SpazioTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 33:55


Il podcast di SpazioCiclismo dedica una puntata speciale al ricordo di Davide Rebellin, con il ricordo di tanti colleghi del mondo del ciclismo

Twin Peaks Wonderful & Strange Logcast
8. Twin Peaks S1E7 - "The Last Evening"

Twin Peaks Wonderful & Strange Logcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 58:11


In Twin Peaks, would it be so strange to encounter a boy named Sue? James and Donna have fallen into a burning ring of fire... And is Dale Cooper living to his highest codes of ethics: or does he walk the line? I mean, either way, he is certainly a man in black, and he's been everywhere. And Jacque? In this episode, Jacque is gonna hurt. Oh, and, uh, tweet at us @snakeeyedreams1 or pop an email in our inbox via snakeeyedreams@gmail.com. Ciao. You are our sunshine. Originally uploaded: May 17, 2020

Chennaikaaran Tamil Podcast
S04E05 | Children's Movies | Pahuna: The Little Visitors (2017) Nepali Movie

Chennaikaaran Tamil Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 27:34


Hello hello, check out the latest Podcast episode where we discuss the 2017 Nepali movie Pahuna: The Little Visitors. We had Narayanan as our guest on this episode who share so many things about the movie. You can also check videos on my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL2CaCM4FNGg824uL1mOvcw/featured and follow my writing on www.chennaikaaran.com. If you'd like to support my work, you can buy me Coffee from this website. Until next time, Ciao. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chennaikaaran-podcast/message

Biar Gak Sepi
EP 100 Kita Pamit Guyz

Biar Gak Sepi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 23:57


Akhirnya setelah 2 tahun lebihhh menemani hari-hari kalian, kita tiba di episode terakhir podcast ini. Kali ini kita bakal banyak flashback sekaligus ngomongin episode-episode yang paling berkesan selama ini. Yuk disimak! Sampai jumpa di lain kesempatan! Ciao...

Viva la Fuga
S05E05 - Ciao Davide

Viva la Fuga

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 7:31


Qualcosa da dire non servirebbe, non da me almeno ma, qualcosa va detto. Va detto che stiamo tutti sbagliando, e sbagliamo perché non abbiamo rispetto degli altri e siamo distratti. Ecco, facciamo tutti un passo indietro per favore ... prendiamoci un attimo. Ciao Davide, grazie di tutto ...

Push Push
Bye Bye Binotto

Push Push

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 39:54


Ciao ciao Binotto! Not surprised, not even sad, but curious if he'll be around in F1. Guess we will wait to find out. What we don't have to wait for is the love from out PitCrew! We chat about the Spotify Wrapped that wrapped us in love from you all! We loved seeing all the support you continue to share with us, THANK YOU! We discuss the cancellation of the Chinese GP and what that means for the 2023 season. Lots of laughs this episode, so press play and enjoy! Follow Us: Instagram || TikTok || Twitter --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pushpush/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pushpush/support

Fluency TV Italiano
Credo che qualcosa sia andato storto - Walk 'n' Talk Level Up Italiano

Fluency TV Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 15:36


Ciao! In questo nuovo episodio del Walk 'n' Talk Level Up versione italiana, parteciperemo a una riunione online di lavoro. Ma forse non sono tutte le persone che sanno come utilizzare le tecnologie…

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de
Ciao Mattia, hallo Hörer!

Starting Grid – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 96:18


Das Kapitel Ferrari ist für Mattia Binotto geschlossen. Er hat sich entschieden, dass er den Konzern verlassen will und damit auch nicht weiter Teamchef des Formel-1-Rennstalls sein wird. Eine nachvollziehbare Entscheidung, über die wir unter anderem in der neuen Ausgabe von Starting Grid gesprochen haben. Es ist aber auch Hörer*innenstammtisch und daher freuen wir uns über einen bunten Strauß Themen. Kevin Scheuren, Sophie Affeldt und der Chefredakteur der Portale Formel1.de, Motorsport-Total.com und Motorsport.com Deutschland, Christian Nimmervoll, haben Mike und Paul zu Gast, die sehr gute Themen mitgebracht haben. Binotto: der unverdiente Abschied? Man fragt sich schon, warum Ferrari in einer eigentlich krisenlosen Zeit den ...+++WERBUNG+++ Jetzt einfach zu AXA abbiegen zu KFZ-Versicherungen mit Top-Leistung und günstigen Preisen – informiere dich am besten gleich hier. https://bit.ly/3y4p2Vo F1 22 ist das offizielle Videospiel zur FIA Formel 1 Weltmeisterschaft von Codemasters und EA Sports. So nah warst du noch nie dran! Noch immersivere Spielmodi, Kompatibilität mit Virtual Reality und dem neuen Modus F1 Life - mehr Formel 1 geht nicht. F1 22 ist ab dem 01.07. erhältlich für PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One und PC über Origin und Steam. Mehr Infos: F1 22. +++ENDE DER WERBUNG+++ Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.

Beauty World from A to Z
Ep 54. Sfatiamo il taboo della depilazione ft. Allegra Violante Founder di Fler World

Beauty World from A to Z

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 15:41


Ciao a tutte,oggi ho il piacere di avere come ospite nel podcast Allegra Violante, imprenditrice e Founder di Fler World.La tematica che affrontiamo oggi è quella della depilazione e parliamo di questo argomento in modo aperto e libero. Fler è una startup italiana nata dall'idea di Allegra e dall'esigenza di portare in Italia un concetto di depilazione diverso dal passato. Dove depilarsi diventa una scelta dell'individuo e non un obbligo e parlarne è la cosa più naturale che ci sia.Buon ascolto mie care!

Motorsport – meinsportpodcast.de
Ciao Mattia, hallo Hörer!

Motorsport – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 96:18


Das Kapitel Ferrari ist für Mattia Binotto geschlossen. Er hat sich entschieden, dass er den Konzern verlassen will und damit auch nicht weiter Teamchef des Formel-1-Rennstalls sein wird. Eine nachvollziehbare Entscheidung, über die wir unter anderem in der neuen Ausgabe von Starting Grid gesprochen haben. Es ist aber auch Hörer*innenstammtisch und daher freuen wir uns über einen bunten Strauß Themen. Kevin Scheuren, Sophie Affeldt und der Chefredakteur der Portale Formel1.de, Motorsport-Total.com und Motorsport.com Deutschland, Christian Nimmervoll, haben Mike und Paul zu Gast, die sehr gute Themen mitgebracht haben. Binotto: der unverdiente Abschied? Man fragt sich schon, warum Ferrari in einer eigentlich krisenlosen Zeit den ...Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.

Formel 1 – meinsportpodcast.de
Ciao Mattia, hallo Hörer!

Formel 1 – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 96:18


Das Kapitel Ferrari ist für Mattia Binotto geschlossen. Er hat sich entschieden, dass er den Konzern verlassen will und damit auch nicht weiter Teamchef des Formel-1-Rennstalls sein wird. Eine nachvollziehbare Entscheidung, über die wir unter anderem in der neuen Ausgabe von Starting Grid gesprochen haben. Es ist aber auch Hörer*innenstammtisch und daher freuen wir uns über einen bunten Strauß Themen. Kevin Scheuren, Sophie Affeldt und der Chefredakteur der Portale Formel1.de, Motorsport-Total.com und Motorsport.com Deutschland, Christian Nimmervoll, haben Mike und Paul zu Gast, die sehr gute Themen mitgebracht haben. Binotto: der unverdiente Abschied? Man fragt sich schon, warum Ferrari in einer eigentlich krisenlosen Zeit den ...Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.

Barefoot traveling monkey
624-ciao cancer, maybe…

Barefoot traveling monkey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 38:24


One more for the road

Drübergehalten – Der Ostfußball­podcast – meinsportpodcast.de

Das Kapitel Ferrari ist für Mattia Binotto geschlossen. Er hat sich entschieden, dass er den Konzern verlassen will und damit auch nicht weiter Teamchef des Formel-1-Rennstalls sein wird. Eine nachvollziehbare Entscheidung, über die wir unter anderem in der neuen Ausgabe von Starting Grid gesprochen haben. Es ist aber auch Hörer*innenstammtisch und daher freuen wir uns über einen bunten Strauß Themen. Kevin Scheuren, Sophie Affeldt und der Chefredakteur der Portale Formel1.de, Motorsport-Total.com und Motorsport.com Deutschland, Christian Nimmervoll, haben Mike und Paul zu Gast, die sehr gute Themen mitgebracht haben. Binotto: der unverdiente Abschied? Man fragt sich schon, warum Ferrari in einer eigentlich krisenlosen Zeit den ...Du möchtest deinen Podcast auch kostenlos hosten und damit Geld verdienen? Dann schaue auf www.kostenlos-hosten.de und informiere dich. Dort erhältst du alle Informationen zu unseren kostenlosen Podcast-Hosting-Angeboten.

Fluency TV Italiano
Falsi amici - Like a Native Italiano

Fluency TV Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 10:46


Ciao, carissimi e carissime! Neste novo episódio Like a Native, você vai aprender com a prof Jessica o significado de alguns verbos que parecem uma coisa mas na verdade são outra! Ai, ai, que confusão! Buon ascolto!

Ciao USA Radio Italia
CIAO ST. LOUIS ITALIAN MUSIC PROGRAM - 11-27-2022

Ciao USA Radio Italia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 62:07


GETING INTO THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT !!! - BUON NATALE !!!

Final Rose Tonight

The Bachelor in Paradise finale is finally here! Lisa and Susan could not be more excited to find out who gets engaged, who leaves together and who breaks up. We debate the strange phenomenon this season, which allowed the contestants to have social media presence that changed how we viewed the show. Many of our questions are answered in the two night finale but many go unexplained. Lisa and Susan are joined by special guest podcaster and friend of the show, JILL GENTER! The ladies discuss all our burning questions as well as a bunch of crazy ass sh*t that capped off the end of Paradise. We can't believe the lousy treatment Johnny, Logan and Tyler endure and we are speechless (not really) when Greg Grippo shows up at the Reunion. Boy do we have thoughts! We break down who we love, who we don't and who we suddenly cannot stand. You won't want to miss the final podcast of this truly muy loco season! We'll be on break until Zach's season of The Bachelor premieres in January. Rest up and we'll see you soon!

Will You Accept This Rose?
"CIAO!" w/ Jim Jefferies and Kate Micucci

Will You Accept This Rose?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 111:58


Jim Jefferies and Kate Micucci join Arden and the Production Team to break down the season finale of Bachelor in Paradise! Greg Grippo! Matching Tattoos! Twin Boy Men!- Arden wants to go to the live finale with Jim! - Jim thinks that Arden calls him a Shit Bag! - Kate changes her pick from Michael to Andrew! All that plus........TWEET OF THE WEEK!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fluency TV Italiano
È spianata la strada! Liberou a estrada! - Walk 'n' Talk Level Up Italiano

Fluency TV Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 14:54


Ciao! In questo nuovissimo episodio del Walk 'n' Talk Level Up versione italiana, ascolteremo la conversazione tra Tommaso e Sofia, che ha molta fretta. Scopriamo perché? LISTA DE ESPERA INSTAGRAM

Heartbeat: US Biathlon Podcast
Armin Auchentaller: Season Preview

Heartbeat: US Biathlon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 28:19


S3 Ep5 - Armin AuchentellarTom Kelly: [00:00:00] And today, Heartbeat is taking you to the heart of Vuokatti. Finland. The training camp for the US biathlon team. Armin Auchentaller, the head coach for the men's and the women's team. Armin, thank you for joining us on Heartbeat. Armin Auchentaller: [00:00:13] Thank you. Thank you for inviting me. Tom Kelly: [00:00:16] So tell us about the conditions in Vuokatti. It sounds like training has been going very well. Armin Auchentaller: [00:00:21] Yeah, well, Vuokatti has provided a lot of manmade snow from last season, from the snow farming. And we had since [00:00:30] we arrived to Finland, nine kilometers, nine K of mammoth snow. And it's it's it was awesome. Made it look like it looks like it was one of the better places in Scandinavia this season. So we were very lucky to choose, actually, this place to go to. Tom Kelly: [00:00:49] Tell us a little bit about the snow farming for folks who might not understand this. This is actually snow that has been preserved from last season. How does that work? Armin Auchentaller: [00:00:59] Yeah, [00:01:00] they produced the snow over the over the winter. Of course, when temperatures are are the right ones and deep. So they produce it and they they make a huge snow pile. They cover it with wood, wood chips, wet chips, and basically they cover it also with a special material and preserve it over the summer. And once it's time, usually [00:01:30] here in Vuokaiit in Finland, they put the snow out around the end of October to make sure that people can train and ski early, fairly early on. Tom Kelly: [00:01:43] Do you have other teams training in Vuokatti right now? I imagine that the whole world is looking for good tracks to to ski on. Armin Auchentaller: [00:01:50] Yeah, actually, we had the German biathlon World Cup team here, man and woman. So we had actually good training conditions along with them. And [00:02:00] our athletes actually could ski with them and look what they do. And so was the Japanese team was here. Some Ukrainians are here. It's it's a good training environment. Tom Kelly: [00:02:14] Good and training has been going well for the team. Armin Auchentaller: [00:02:17] Trains is going really well. So far. We have done good work. Last weeks, ten days and everything is [00:02:30] going in a good direction. Tom Kelly: [00:02:31] So far. Good. Well, let's talk about your background, Armin. You've recently taken over as both the head men's and women's coach. You've been with the U.S. team a couple of times and we'll get to that. But let's go back to your growing up in Italy. You had the great opportunity to grow up and really the heart of biathlon in Antholz, Italy. Tell us about growing up and how you initially pursued your passion as an athlete in biathlon. Armin Auchentaller: [00:02:57] Basically, I started skiing for three [00:03:00] years and until we have slopes, the alpine slopes, but close by, But we have also a lot of cross-country, cross-country possibilities. And then around around when I was like eight or nine years old, I started basically with cross-country skiing and with nine, ten years around there. I don't remember actually. Well, it's a long time ago, but that's where I started with biathlon [00:03:30] early on, early on. Tom Kelly: [00:03:32] Good. And how did you progress as an athlete? What level did you reach? Armin Auchentaller: [00:03:36] I reached a national team level and I raised my last two years on the European Cup, which is the IBU Cup from from the modern times. So that's where where I ended up and was not a long career, but career with a lot of experiences, good experiences, which [00:04:00] I can use now as a coach. Tom Kelly: [00:04:03] How did you make it into coaching? I know a lot of athletes choose to go that route. Was this something that you had wanted to do to become a coach and to lead others with the experience that you'd gained in your career? Armin Auchentaller: [00:04:14] Actually, my former coach wanted to stop coaching and he just when I stopped, he just basically said, Hey, you should you should look into coaching and I want to stop and you should take take over, take over the whole [00:04:30] ski club. Back then it was the ski club for a months and give it a try. He thought I would do well, and I said, I'm not really sure, but we can. We can give it a shot. And here I am still still working on. That was back in 1992. So basically really is 30 years in coaching. Tom Kelly: [00:04:51] One of your big breaks, I think was when you actually had an opportunity in 2009 to come and be a shooting coach for us. Biathlon. How did that come [00:05:00] to pass and what was your experience in the five years that you coached in with the American team? Armin Auchentaller: [00:05:06] It was an amazing time. I mean, I got to know awesome people, different, different country to work with and different athletes, different mentality. I learned a lot along the way. It was it was a really, really, really good time. Tom Kelly: [00:05:28] And then tell us about [00:05:30] your career. There was a gap where you coach to elsewhere. Tell us a little bit about that period from 2014 until you returned to the U.S. in 2018 and 2014. Armin Auchentaller: [00:05:42] I was asked from the Swiss biathlon team to be the head coach for the women there, and I did that for four years. I led that group to the Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, and we had also there were really, really good, [00:06:00] really good times, also some good results. And basically we we built up a team which was not existing before it was there was no official women's team. In 2014. They created that team and I had the chance to, to work with them and yeah, get some get some good results in the end. Tom Kelly: [00:06:22] And in 2018 you had an opportunity to return to America to coach the women's team. Was that an opportunity that you really [00:06:30] welcomed to come back to America and coach with the U.S. Biathlon Team? Armin Auchentaller: [00:06:34] Yeah, definitely. There was still a lot of people I knew from before and and it was a pleasure to come back and it was like an honor to be asked again if I would join the team and really appreciate the the offer they made and to come back actually, and I didn't hesitate. I just said, okay, let's do it. Tom Kelly: [00:06:59] In these past [00:07:00] four years, you really oversaw several generations of U.S. Women's Biathletes Susan Dunklee ultimately retiring from her career, a whole new crew of people coming through. How would you characterize the women's team over the last four years? Armin Auchentaller: [00:07:21] The last four years we had. A couple of great results, I would say. I mean, with different with different people starting [00:07:30] from Susan Dunklee's medal at the World Championships in Antholz. Luckily, at my home, that was really nice. Really nice side effect to do it at the World Championships in athletes. Clare Egan's podium in in the mass start in Holmenkollen was also a big achievement. And then Joanne Reid, who had in her season the 10th place in a master and a 15th place in the sprint. Really, [00:08:00] really good results also for her. And last but not least, Deirdre Irwin with a seventh place which resulted in being the best, best Olympic result from from American ever, ever done so far. Tom Kelly: [00:08:20] So let's look ahead to Kontiolahti. The World Cup begins on the 29th of November. You have an unprecedented five women's starts. [00:08:30] And let's start with the women's team. You've never before had five women starting this season for the four, the US biathlon team. Can you give us a rundown on first of all, how did it come about that you ended up with those five starts? And who are the five that we can look for on the starting line in cocktail party next week for the women? Armin Auchentaller: [00:08:48] Yeah, we have the first time in in history we have five start, but we have also to be fair and honest we would have probably only four. [00:09:00] It's just because Russia and Russia got a start. Yes, I would say so. We would we would actually start with four. But nonetheless, it's a first. It's a first. And we try to use this opportunity to give people a chance. We will have three, three ladies starting the first time in their career on the World Cup, which is Kelsey Dickinson, Chloe Levins and [00:09:30] Tara Geraghty, Moats with the two, I would say experienced Joanne Reid and Deidra Irwin on their side. So those are the five who will start in Kontiolahti. Tom Kelly: [00:09:45] The result from Deidra Irwin at the Olympics. We had her on the Heartbeat podcast a few weeks ago, was really an amazing step. She comes from my home state of Wisconsin, so I'm very proud of her. But she's really made [00:10:00] big progress now over the last two seasons. Armin Auchentaller: [00:10:03] Yeah. She works really, really hard, I must say. And she is committed and tries to challenge herself every single day. And I think she is even more hungry than ever after this result from last season. And I think she she is aware that she can do even more than that. And I see her in training very motivated to do to do the next [00:10:30] step and push the limits even more than she did she ever did. Tom Kelly: [00:10:35] So she and Joanne Reid now are essentially the elder statesmen on the team. They are the veterans, even though they are both relatively early in their career. But how important is it to have athletes like Deidre? And I would say probably particularly Joanne, because she has a little bit more time on the World Cup. How important is that for the newcomers, Kelsey, Chloe and Tara, who are making their World [00:11:00] Cup debuts? Armin Auchentaller: [00:11:02] It's always important to have like more experienced people on the ground because it's just the experience, the daily experience you need to gather over the years. And it's easy for for veterans column veterans to to pass those experiences along. And it was the same for Joanne and Deidra when Susan was still on the circuit and she would, you know, pass [00:11:30] her experience from past years to them. And it's always helpful to have like an experienced athlete on the ground, on the team to to kind of kind of lead kind of lead the the team into those very important races. Tom Kelly: [00:11:51] Sure. Let's talk a little bit about Chloe Levins. We had her on the Heartbeat podcast recently, a very tough situation for her last year. [00:12:00] Her career was on an upward trajectory and then all of a sudden complications from COVID took her out from the season. She looked to have a great camp in Soldier Hollow. How has she been skiing and how excited is she about the opportunity to get a World Cup start this year? Armin Auchentaller: [00:12:17] She's very excited, I must say. And she she had a hard time last season and it was very unfortunate just before the season to, you know, get hit pretty heavily, I would say, from from [00:12:30] COVID, which took her out for a couple of months. But she she she recovered well, She she did her training. She did she does the job every single day and tries to to fight back. And she got paid off now. And she can actually start on the World Cup now. And she started here and work out quite well. She's working hard. And for her for now [00:13:00] it's very important to to to raise actually to raise, to collect experiences, to collect a lot of different situations. And yeah, make sure that this is going to help her for the upcoming seasons. Tom Kelly: [00:13:19] Let's talk a little bit about Kelsey Dickinson. She comes out of that Craftsbury Green Racing Project program in Vermont. She has been working her way up for the IBU Cup. [00:13:30] This to for her a big moment for her and her career to step up to the World Cup start line. Armin Auchentaller: [00:13:37] Yeah she's she's she's very professional she's she does her work she's always willing to or trying to improve little things and she also is at the moment I would say pretty calm. Pretty calm. She she knows that she has worked quite well over the summer. She worked [00:14:00] a lot with Mike Gibson in Craftsbury, which was her main like a main mentor for the training season. And I think she she has done a good work for to prepare for for the season. Then we will see where it where where we end up. But it's also for her it's important to to raise those World Cup races and get a lot of experience and [00:14:30] go from there. Tom Kelly: [00:14:31] Finally on the women's side, let's talk about Tara Geraghty Moats. Tara, for those who may not know her background, she had skied biathlon some years ago and then moved into Nordic combined was the leading women's Nordic combined athlete in the world, and then two years ago decided that she was going to make her play back in biathlon and hope to make that next Olympic team in coming up in 2026. Tara Geraghty Moats all of a sudden has worked her way up after two [00:15:00] years and she's getting a World Cup start. Armin Auchentaller: [00:15:04] Yeah she's a multi talent. She she worked with different sports starting from ski jumping to Nordic combined. She I think she was also a good mountain biker and she did already a little bit of biathlon a couple couple couple seasons ago and she just came back and. Worked hard to be here and yeah. She needs [00:15:30] also to collect some experience on this, on this level. But I'm pretty confident with the attitude she has and the commitment she has that she will be important part of the team going on from here. Tom Kelly: [00:15:49] Great. Let's move on now to the men's team. Four men will be starting in County L.A. Do you want to give us a rundown of the four athletes that we'll be able to watch coming up on November 29th? Armin Auchentaller: [00:16:00] Sean [00:16:00] Doherty, Jake Brown. Maxime Germaine and Vaclav Cervenka. Those will those will be the four and control party. It's a good mix between some rookies and some veterans, so unfortunately we cannot count on Paul Schommer. He would have been qualified. Right now he's an injured. He [00:16:30] has a little problem on his knee, but he's in rehab right now and tries to be back for the next workups to come in December. Tom Kelly: [00:16:43] And is he rehabbing back in the United States? Armin Auchentaller: [00:16:46] He's rehabbing back in the United States right now in Colorado. They're doing a good job and the medications hopefully work well for him. And we're pretty confident he's going [00:17:00] to be back pretty soon. Tom Kelly: [00:17:02] Well, let's go through the men's lineup. And first of all, the two veterans here, Jake Brown and Shaun Dougherty, give us a little background on them as they come in to yet another World Cup season. Armin Auchentaller: [00:17:13] I think Sean Doherty is ready to race, actually. He's ready to race. He gave me a good feedback the other day after the intensity. He was like really happy with with the things, how the things are going for him physically and from the shooting side. So it's just [00:17:30] a matter of time in the next couple of weeks when he actually can actually. Have some good success. I'm pretty confident about that. And the same is for Jake Brown. I think he is in shape. He looks good on skis. He improved the shooting and the training. He just has to do it in a race now. And I'm pretty, pretty confident also for him that he can actually have some really, really, really good results to. Tom Kelly: [00:18:00] Let's [00:18:00] move on now to Vaclav and Maxime. Both of them have been in World Cup before last year, but really are the rookies in the group. Give us a little background on Vaclav and Maxim. Armin Auchentaller: [00:18:12] For Russia. And Maksim, it's really about the same like for Kelsey, Tara and and Chloe. They need to to raise they need to, you know, get experience through racing, what it takes, what it means, what [00:18:30] how it feels and all those things actually to raise between among the along the big names and but those those two guys are very promising for the future. Tom Kelly: [00:18:47] And it's interesting. Armin Auchentaller: [00:18:48] They have a lot of talent. And the federation, I think, believes a lot in their skills. Tom Kelly: [00:18:56] It's interesting, too, to see that three of your four men and I should also [00:19:00] add, Deidre Irwin are coming out of the National Guard project. How has that been working and what opportunities is that presenting for those athletes to get that kind of base training that they need to be successful? Armin Auchentaller: [00:19:12] The National Guard actually is very, very important, very important partner for us, for USDA, and we have a really good cooperation with them. There is a good communication and having the National Guard, they have a really good program, I must [00:19:30] say, with Travis Royer and Dru Gelinas leading that program. We are really happy to have those guys and that they actually can, you know, give those athletes the chance to have a good training environment once they are not with us on training camps and support them in a good way, but also not just training, but also financial part is like a good, good support for them. And [00:20:00] the cooperation with them, like I said, is is just you cannot wish for more. Tom Kelly: [00:20:07] Let's move on and talk about the calendar for the Ibu biathlon World Cup coming up with the start of November 29th to December 4th in Canton, Lahti, Finland. What are some of the highlights on the calendar as you look ahead over the next few months on the World Cup? Armin Auchentaller: [00:20:22] Yeah, of course. The highlight is Oberhof. Oberhof is going to be like always. The highlight is the [00:20:30] World Championships and this season we have them in Oberhof in February. We're going to prepare them just before and I'm told we will have a training camp there. And of course it's historically the US is is trying to have also other good results. It's not that we don't take the other other World Cups as like easy. We want to succeed in every in every single World Cup where [00:21:00] what you get you can get that's it's pretty easy. So we are happy with everything we get. But how do you what championships is always a highlight? Tom Kelly: [00:21:11] How do you manage the peaking of athletes when you have a world championships that falls right in the midst of your World Cup calendar? So you're going week to week to World Cups and all of a sudden you have one that takes on this additional significance. How do you manage the peaking of athletes? Armin Auchentaller: [00:21:29] The peaking. [00:21:30] The peaking is a very it's a very different, very difficult story. I mean, there is a lot of things hoo hoo needs to be in place. First of all, you need to be healthy. That's the main factor. And then you need to have like a good base. You need to have really good experience leading into those world championships and the main the [00:22:00] highlights of the season, it's just there's so many factors coming in. You need to be in a good mental mental house, not just the physical part is important. The mental health is also important. You need to feel feel kind of comfortable with what you're doing. You need to believe in your in your plan. You need to believe in yourself. You need to believe in in and trust the people who work with you around you just to put yourself in a [00:22:30] in a situation where you where you have trust to actually succeed. Tom Kelly: [00:22:37] Yeah, I know. It's a challenge with a busy schedule as it is. So you have announced your starters for the opening World Cups and cocktail party. How long is that period? And is there another point getting into January where you will potentially have some changes in that lineup? Armin Auchentaller: [00:22:54] I mean, changes can always happen. Changes can always happen as never. Nobody's really [00:23:00] secure the whole time. But those we have on the World Cup right now are the best shots for sure. I hope that Paul Shurmur can come back because he has he's he has a pre qualified status, so waiting for him. But changes are always possible. The next ones, big ones which can happen after trials in Prestbury which are in December. And from there [00:23:30] some people can move up to the World Cup or to the Ibo Cup and do international races. Tom Kelly: [00:23:37] Just one final question before we start to wrap things up. Let's take a look at the other teams. Is there any other team that you're really looking at this year or any individual athletes, men or women that we should be watching for as really top contenders on the World Cup? Armin Auchentaller: [00:23:52] Top contenders are Norway, France, Sweden, Germany. [00:24:00] I would say those are the the four countries to look at. And every every of those every everybody of those countries has like. Top, top shots. And this is those are the countries to look at. Tom Kelly: [00:24:16] Cool. Well, I appreciate all of your insights. We're going to wrap things up with our On Target segment. I've got a few short little questions for you. And the first one, you know, go back to your childhood. Who was your sport hero when you were growing up in [00:24:30] ants? Holtz was your sport hero. Armin Auchentaller: [00:24:33] A sports hero when I was younger. One was Carl Lewis, American. I really liked, liked, liked him in the athletics. Then there was Bjorn Borg, the tennis player. I liked also him and. Gilles Villeneuve, [00:25:00] Formula One Driver. And a couple of soccer players in Italy. Tom Kelly: [00:25:06] That is a great lineup. Carl Lewis, I think, a nine time Olympic champion who is who is a great one. Okay. Let's go on to the next one. Do you have a favorite memory going back to your time as an athlete? Do you have a favorite memory as an athlete? Armin Auchentaller: [00:25:25] Yeah. There is. There's [00:25:30] one or two when I was an athlete. One was also actually on a bike, you know, on a bike race, which was not biathlon related. But I won a very big amateur race in the Dolomites. It's the marathon at last kilometers. It's about 7500 riders on the on the line. And I wanted the short distance there. And it's still the 15th best time in [00:26:00] history. So it's that's one of my one of my good memories, I would say. Tom Kelly: [00:26:06] That's a good one. You're in the record books. How about a favorite memory as a coach? I know that's a tough one because you've had a lot of but a favorite memory as a coach. Armin Auchentaller: [00:26:16] Who? There have been a lot. There have been so many. I think my favorite moments are so many. I mean, [00:26:30] it's difficult to say, actually. Me? Tom Kelly: [00:26:33] It's okay. That's okay. Well. Armin Auchentaller: [00:26:36] One one of the favorite moments for sure was like, actually, it happened the last four years. I mean, with the four ladies I coached the last four years, they were like the results we already talked about. We're like, amazing. And. The seventh place from Deidre or the medal [00:27:00] from Susan in my hometown. Claire Egan succeeding in being on the podium in Oslo. That was those. Those were probably the three. Top highlights. I would say those which where I was like, well, that was really strong. That was awesome. Tom Kelly: [00:27:24] Those are great memories. And then the last question, and I asked this to all of my guests, what is your favorite [00:27:30] biathlon venue? And I won't let you name Anholt because you grew up there. So what's your favorite venue outside of Antilles? Armin Auchentaller: [00:27:38] Hunter Selva. That's the Italian way to say, I'm told. Tom Kelly: [00:27:43] Okay. Well, that's. I don't know. We could. That's funny. I like that. Armin Auchentaller: [00:27:48] Yeah. No, I think besides. And also, I would choose actually, France, like number nine. Tom Kelly: [00:27:58] Yeah. Beautiful. Armin Auchentaller: [00:27:59] I love the [00:28:00] excitement there. I love the people there. I love the way how they organize the the the race there. It's a mobile venue. It's people are so, so excited to see those bicyclists key around and shoot on the range. And there's thousands of thousands of spectators super excited. I really like that place. Tom Kelly: [00:28:28] Well, Armin, it has been [00:28:30] a joy to have you here on Heartbeat. I thank you very much. We wish you all of the best luck to you and your team as you head out onto the World Cup. Armin, thank you for joining us. Armin Auchentaller: [00:28:40] Thank you so much for the opportunity. And say hello to everybody. Tom Kelly: [00:28:46] Ciao, Armin. 

Lap 76
No.251 | F1: Max dominacijom za kraj | Leclerc vicešampion | Ciao Seb!

Lap 76

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 194:29


ABU DHABI ZAVRŠNA SCENA SEZONE F1 2022.Verstappenu 15. pobeda u sezoni. Sjajnim trkanjem završena godina.Perez se izvinio za ponašanje u Brazilu…Postanite član clan Kluba prijatelja UNICEFa  https://donacije.unicef.rs/kampanja/klub-prijatelja-unicefaDomaćini: Srđan Erceg, Dejan Potkonjak i Pavle Živković#lap76#infinitylighthouse#f1 PRODAVNICA️Svi koji žele da obogate svoju biblioteku prelepim delima o Formuli 1 i MotoGP-u ili se obuku u naše, zajedničke, boje, tu je naša zvanična prodavnica knjiga, majica i kačketa.️https://shop.infinitylighthouse.com https://shop.infinitylighthouse.com/majice.htmlhttps://shop.infinitylighthouse.com/knjige.htmlhttps://shop.infinitylighthouse.com/kacketi.htmlPATREON I YOUTUBE MEMBERSHIP ️Podrška na Patreonu i YouTube-u nam veoma znači i pre svega hvala svim našim pokroviteljima, a ukoliko ste u  mogućnosti i vi da nas podržite, pomoćićete nam da dalje napredujemo i razvija se naša, nadamo se zajednička, priča.Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/infinitylighthouse YT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ2D37u3DU1XGxxriq5779Q/joinNAŠE DRUŠTVENE MREŽE Instagram - https://instagram.com/infinitylighthouse Facebook - https://facebook.com/theinfinitylighthouseTwitter - https://twitter.com/infinitylighthsFANTASY LIGEFormula 1 Kod za Fantasy ligu je 7e3b2bc89eSPORTSKE VESTIhttps://sportsmagazin.rs=======HUMANITARNI KUTAK======Pomozimo Branku!Slanjem SMS poruke: Upišimo 917 i pošaljimo SMS na 3030Slanjem SMS poruke iz Švajcarske: Upišimo human917 i pošaljimo SMS na 455Uplatom na dinarski račun: 160-6000000795270-51Uplatom na devizni račun: 160600000079558770IBAN: RS35160600000079558770SWIFT/BIC: DBDBRSBGUplatom platnim karticama putem linka: E-doniraj (https://www.budihuman.rs/edonate/sr?user_id=917)Uplatom sa vašeg PayPal naloga putem linka: PayPal (https://www.budihuman.rs/paypal/sr/donate?user_id=917)Datum: 22. novembar 2022.Lokacija: Studio na kraju UniverzumaProdukcija: Infinity Lighthouse https://www.youtube.com/infinitylighthouseWebsite: https://infinitylighthouse.com/Zabranjeno je svako kopiranje i neovlašćeno preuzimanje video i/ili audio snimaka i postavljanje na druge kanale! Nije dozvoljeno koristiti materijal sa ovog kanala, bilo u celosti ili iz segmenata, bez licenciranja / plaćanja kako za komercijalnu, tako i za nekomercijalnu upotrebu.Svaka upotreba bez licenciranja za komercijalnu ili nekomercijalnu / privatnu upotrebu biće procesuirana. Za sve informacije o pravima, za upite o licenciranju i dobijanju dozvole za korišćenje možete nas kontaktirati putem naše zvanične email adrese.Copying, re-uploading and illegally distributing this copyrighted work is strictly prohibited! Label and copyright: Infinity Lighthouse ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

City Cast Salt Lake
Security Checks, Ciao to Big Daddy's, and Swig-Aplex

City Cast Salt Lake

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 23:43


This week has been tough — and it's only Wednesday. From the Club Q mass shooting in Colorado Springs to a senseless shooting in our own city this weekend, our community is on edge. Host Ali Vallarta and lead producer Emily Means tackle those feelings, plus the food news you need to know before logging off for a few days. Subscribe to our daily morning newsletter here. You can find us on Instagram @CityCastSLC and Twitter @CityCastSLC. Looking to advertise on City Cast Salt Lake? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads at citycast.fm/advertise. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Killing Time with Brynn and Malaika
Killing Time Ep. 13: Period tracker watches... Tyler, the Creator... and crying in Switzerland

Killing Time with Brynn and Malaika

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 58:22


LUCKY EPISODE 13! This week we're back with some out of the box ideas about complications for ladies. And then... dee dee dee dee dee dee deee... WATCH NEWS! We're most excited about the Haribo Baby G. WATCH SPOTTING! Tyler, the Creator's collection via Robb Report. Plus, we discuss Malaika's latest adventures in Switzerland, giving you the scoop from the GPHG Awards (full list of winners here). Congratulations to Max Büsser (& Friends)!!! And, per his urging (and now Malaika's), drop everything you're doing and watch this TED Talk. Also, Brynn discusses her gala moment with the Swiss Institute and the fact that she's hired herself a stylist (because she can't always be dressed by Missoni). Ciao for now! Happy THXGIVING ya filthy animals.

I Don't Give An X
ᴛᴇᴄʜɴᴏ ░ [IDGAX105] I Don't Give An X radio show by Aleksander Great

I Don't Give An X

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 60:00


Hello, this is Aleksander Great from Berlin with the 105th episode of I Don't Give An X techno radio show. Today with us masters like Troy, Stef Mendesidis, DJ T-1000, and myself, with tracks release on best techno labels like Klockworks, CLR, Planet Rhythm and others. Turn up the volume and see you next month! Ciao

ANSA Voice Daily
Palla al centro, si parte! (di Tullio Giannotti da Doha)

ANSA Voice Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 2:31


Con la cerimonia inaugurale si alza il sipario sulla Coppa del mondo più controversa della storia. Il Mondiale 2022, simboleggiato da una tunica araba con kefiah che si è alzato in aria dopo aver visto sfilare le mascotte di tutte le edizioni dei mondiali del passato, compresa "Ciao" di Italia 90, non comincia con un match di cartello. La squadra dell'Emirato padrone di casa, all'esordio assoluto sulla scena più importante del calcio, sfida l'Ecuador, l'ultima ad essere stata sicura di esserci dopo aver rischiato la squalifica per aver schierato Byron Castillo, nato in Colombia.

Ciao USA Radio Italia
CIAO ST. LOUIS ITALIAN MUSIC PROGRAM 11-20-2022

Ciao USA Radio Italia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 62:51


BUONA DOMENICA & HAPPY THANKSGIVING  

Roadrunner
#26 - it's been real, it's been fun

Roadrunner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 9:32


In this episode, we finish this trip. The trip is over. Done. Completed. Behind me. It is all a memory in the past. Donzo. Bye bye. Behind me. Over-dover? I don't think that's a saying. Anyway, the trip is over, I'm feeling sentimental, and I need to go hug my mom. Ciao.

Let's Make Work Human
The Season 1 Finale!

Let's Make Work Human

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 45:47


Well folks, here we are: the last episode for our first season of Let's Make Work Human! Today we answered some of your super amazing questions, such as which books we've been reading, whether we believe "serving managers" is a fad, things you probably don't know about us, why we are deciding to take a step away from most social media platforms, and so much more. We also ended the episode in a very grateful fashion by remembering how this podcast came to fruition, and rode off into the sunset.... that is, until Season 2 starts! Also, don't miss our surprise episode for next week either! Ciao!Www.moecarrick.comTo receive weekly gold in your inbox, sign up for the I newsletter here https://newsletter.leadwithmoe.com/To learn how to be a leader who is good for people and gets kick ass results, check out the Leading People Program™ here: https://moecarrick.com/the-leading-people-program/To connect with Moe email moe@moecarrick.com to connect with Mei email mei@moecarrick.com

WashingTECH Tech Policy Podcast with Joe Miller
Twitter is fading fast; Brutal caste discrimination against Indian gig workers -- Tech Law & Policy This Week

WashingTECH Tech Policy Podcast with Joe Miller

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 4:01


Hey everybody, I'm Joe Miller and here's what's going on in the world of tech law & policy this week. It's a lot. Where should we start? Let's start with Twitter - which continues to meltdown after Elon Musk's acquisition of the company last month to the tune of $44 billion. Employees are fleeing the company in droves after Elon challenged them with the ultimatum of taking either a three-month severage package or staying with the new “hard core” version of the company, whatever that means. As of Friday afternoon, Twitter workers were still heading for the exit doors.    Also, Senators Blumental, Menendez, Booker, Markey, Lujan, and Feinstein sent a letter to Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Kahn, expressing concern that Twitter may already have violated the agency's consent decrees for privacy violations. These lawmakers urged the FTC to step up enforcement of the decrees. And Twitter has also suspended its roll out of verified blue checks because it and outside researchers found that a high number of them are pornographers, crypto scammers, and right-wingers.   –   Color of Change released a report card on politicians' performance on civil rights-related tech issues like discriminatory surveillance.  Anna G. Eshoo (Calif.), Cori Bush (Mo.), Jamie Raskin (Md.), Pramila Jayapal (Wash.) and Yvette Clarke (N.Y.) and Sens. Cory Booker (N.J.), Edward J. Markey (Mass.), and Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) – all got perfect scores. More than 40 Republicans, though, got zeros.   –   The Senate released a report showing social media's ongoing failure at curbing extremism happening online. Most of that is coming from white supremacists, according to the FBI, DHS. So the Senate, which will remain under democratic control, is investigating why social media companies have been so slow to respond.   –   And the fallout from the FTX crypto exchange debacle is expanding, with a hearing scheduled for next month before the House Financial Services Committee.    —- A coalition of parents whose children have died from suicides, using drugs purchased online, and viral challenges, wrote a joint letter to Congressional leaders under the auspices of Fair Play, Parents Together Action, and the Eating Disorders Coalition. They're pushing Congress to pass both the Children and Teens' Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA 2.0) and the Kids Online Safety Act. Some hope for a markup by the end of this year.   —-   Also   Brutal caste discrimination in India against gig workers. Attackers are going after Muslims and Dalits in particular.    Privacy advocates including the Electronic Frontier Foundation and American Civil Liverties Union are suing San Francisco Mayor London Breed for allowing the San Francisco Police Department to gain essentially unfettered access to live surveillance cameras.    People under house arrest in Chicago are getting erroneous messages from their ankle bracelets saying they may end up back in jail.   Scientific American highlights concerns about mental health apps. Some 85 industry-funded studies didn't explore potential harms of these platforms.    To go deeper, you can find links to all of these stories in the show notes. Stay safe, stay informed, have a great week. Ciao. 

Boys in Bolos
World Cup Preview w/Diego DeLeon and John Shimer

Boys in Bolos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 82:18


We're joined in the Barbershop by Diego DeLeon and John Shimer to go through the World Cup groups. We give our dark horse teams and players and make our final predictions. Ciao.

Fluency TV Italiano
Preferisco i libri stampati - Walk 'n' Talk Level Up Italiano

Fluency TV Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 12:52


Ciao! In questo nuovissimo episodio del Walk 'n' Talk Level Up versione italiana, ascolteremo la conversazione tra Diana e Beatrice. Bea pensa che Di sia poco pratica, ma perché? Ascoltiamo insieme!

Ciao Belli
Glielodiciamonoi di Ciao Belli: l'amico della Pina

Ciao Belli

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 6:18


Something Rhymes with Purple

Discover what your hands have to do with manners, how the typesetters minded their p's and q's, why Gyles wasn't allowed to issue the Royal Pardon and why some greetings comes at face value.    Today, Susie and Gyles will be dissecting the language of formalities and etiquette where we will be taking a trip to court, making a few phone calls and wassailing throughout the evening.    Toodle Pip, Ciao, Adios, See ya, Sayonara!    We love hearing from you, find us @SomethingRhymes on Twitter and Facebook, @SomethingRhymesWith on Instagram or you can email us here: purple@somethinelse.com   We currently have 20% off at the SRwP official merchandise store, just head to: https://kontraband.shop/collections/something-rhymes-with-purple  Want even more purple, people? Join the Purple Plus Club by clicking the banner in Apple podcasts or head to purpleplusclub.com to listen on other platforms'   Don't forget that you can join us in person at our upcoming tour, tap the link to find tickets: www.somethingrhymeswithpurple.com    Enjoy Susie's Trio for the week:  Nudiustertian: the day before yesterday.   Quomodocuncquize: to make money any way you can.  Williwaw: a sudden violent squall from the mountains.  Gyles reads ‘Who Has Seen the Wind?' by Christina Rossetti    Who has seen the wind?  Neither I nor you:  But when the leaves hang trembling,  The wind is passing through.   Who has seen the wind?  Neither you nor I:  But when the trees bow down their heads,  The wind is passing by   A Somethin' Else & Sony Music Entertainment production.   Find more great podcasts from Sony Music Entertainment at sonymusic.com/podcasts   To bring your brand to life in this podcast, email podcastadsales@sonymusic.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dinner For One
S5 Ep 5: Ciao Bella from Italia!

Dinner For One

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 42:35


Ciao a tutti! I recorded this episode from a much bigger kitchen during my stay in Monopoli, Italy a few weeks back. In this episode I talk about why I went to Italy, the pull that the country, and specifically Puglia, has on me, traveling solo as a lady and I answer your IG questions (you guys are REALLY curious about TFM!) all while attempting to make pasta alla gricia. I hope you enjoy it and buon ascolto!    

Ciao USA Radio Italia
CIAO ST. LOUIS ITALIAN MUSIC PROGRAM - 11-13-2022

Ciao USA Radio Italia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 62:35


L'italiano in podcast
Episodio N°585 - 10 novembre 2022 - Ancora cani e scosse!

L'italiano in podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 25:16


10 novembre 2022 - Italiano in Podcast. Bella giornata ma l'autunno è ormai arrivato. Sole caldo ma solo in alcune ore. Sveglia presto per un prelievo e una lezione e poi tanti impegni piccoli e grandi per una giornata piena ma non troppo faticosa. Prima di cena una bella corsa rovinata un po' da una piccola fobia per i cani della città, specialmente quelli senza guinzaglio. Speriamo che questa nuova preoccupazione passi presto. Trema di nuovo la terra sulla costa adriatica con una scossa di magnitudo 4.1. Per chiudere una frase celebre da indovinare, come sempre, ma con una piccola volgarità . Ciao da Paolo e da iSpeakItaliano e alla prossima puntata di Italiano in Podcast. Il negozio di iSpeakItaliano https://www.ispeakitaliano.it/merchandise/ Tutti i collegamenti del progetto iSpeakItaliano Supporta iSpeakItaliano su BuyMeACoffee --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ispeakitaliano/message

Easy Italian: Learn Italian with real conversations | Imparare l'italiano con conversazioni reali

Oggi parliamo di un personaggio famoso, o che dovrebbe esserlo, per la sua strana e interessantissima vita. Trascrizione interattiva e Vocab Helper Support Easy Italian and get interactive transcripts, live vocabulary and bonus content: easyitalian.fm/membership Note dell'episodio Cosa è successo nell'ultima puntata di Easy Italian? Siamo andati in Trentino Alto-Adige! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dq_Ryrqgfc Oggi abbiamo parlato di tante cose e tante persone. Il primo? L'inventore del telefono, o almeno, uno dei personaggi che ha collaborato a questa fantastica e a volte problematica invenzione. Il mitico inventore del "telettrofono". Antonio Meucci https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Meucci Un personaggio interessantissimo! Meno male che c'è Raffaele e ci racconta di tutte le sue avventure. Ma non per tutti è stato Antonio Meucci ad inventare il telefono. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AlexanderGrahamBell Poi abbiamo parlato delle applicazioni che abbiamo sul telefono. E Raffaele ha usato uno strano modo di dire: "Mi hai colto in fallo" "fallo" in questo caso è sinonimo di "errore" quindi il significato del modo di dire è: Colpa, errore di natura morale, peccato: un piccolo, un grave f.; un f. imperdonabile; falli di gioventù; commetter fallo, commettere un f.; essere in f.; cogliere, trovare qualcuno in fallo. E voi? Che applicazioni avete sul vostro cellulare? Trascrizione Transcript Musica Raffaele: [0:25] Mamma, mamma, ti devo lasciare adesso. Sto per iniziare la registrazione del podcast. Ci sentiamo dopo! Matteo: [0:31] Ma come? Ma stiamo sempre a telefono qua! Raffaele: [0:34] Ti devo lasciare, mamma. Ciao. Ciao. A più tardi. Ciao! Matteo: [0:39] Pronto? ... Support Easy Italian and get interactive transcripts, live vocabulary and bonus content: easyitalian.fm/membership

Fluency TV Italiano
Dimmi una cosa di te! - Walk 'n' Talk Level Up Italiano

Fluency TV Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 15:13


Ciao! In questo nuovissimo episodio del Walk 'n' Talk Level Up versione italiana, ascolteremo la conversazione tra Manuele e il suo amico Giorgio, che vuole conoscerlo meglio. LISTA DE ESPERA MATERIAL INSTAGRAM PLAYLIST

Streamageddon
#31 – The White Lotus (Season 2)

Streamageddon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 55:27


Ciao! And welcome back to another season of sexy potential murder victims (and Jennifer Coolidge victims) on HBO's breakout hit The White Lotus (now with extra Sicily!). We're sharing our thoughts on the season premier, discussing why expectations for the show might be unrealistically high, and making our predictions for this new installment of Mike White's excellent anthology series. But first we're unpacking three strange news stories you might've missed: The holidays are almost here which means we've got a roundup of all the exclusive merch Disney is dying to sell you… if you subscribe to Disney+ (Bob Chapek would hate to see this limited edition Lightsaber fall into the wrong hands…). Is Disney merch not your style? Well then Netflix would like to invite you to your local Wal-Mart for some good old fashioned corporate synergy (and popcorn!). And just in case you forgot that the holiday are almost here (terrifying, we know) Peacock is continuing its grand pivot from NBC-style comedies to… Hallmark original movies? Sure, why not?! Plus a startling Simpsons confession from Dianne, our favorite anthologies of all time, and we accidentally introduce a brand new segment: TV TAROT! So join us, won't you? It's in the cards… ———

WashingTECH Tech Policy Podcast with Joe Miller
Musk floats possible Twitter bankruptcy; Crypto uncertainty after FTX implosion -- Tech Law & Policy This Week

WashingTECH Tech Policy Podcast with Joe Miller

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 3:23


Hey everybody, I'm Joe Miller and here's what's going on in the world of tech law & policy this week. Regulators concerned about Twitter implosion   The Federal Trade Commission has expressed “deep concern” over Twitter's implosion since Elon Musk took over the company last month. More key executives departed the company this week, leaving it with little to no institutional knowledge on staff that knows how Twitter's underlying technology works. Among the resignations was Yoel Roth, Twitter's Head of Moderation & Safety, who many have seen as something of a voice of reason for the company since Musk took over. Mr. Roth had appeared the day before his resignation at a Twitter Spaces event during which he and Mr. Musk attempted to allay advertisers' fears that their brands would appear next to harmful content like hate speech. Lea Kissner, Twitter's Chief Information Security Officer, has also left the company, as well as its Chief Compliance and Chief Privacy Officers.    But Twitter is subject to two consent decrees of over $150 million imposed by the FTC in  2011 and 2022 for repeated privacy violations. By some estimates, the FTC could fine Twitter to the tune of billions of dollars if it fails to comply with the consent decrees.   Crypto shaken by FTX implosion   Crypto exchange FTX also imploded last week following massive sell-offs by its customers after its 30-year-old CEO Sam Bankman-Fried announced the company used some $10 billion customers' holdings to fund Almeda, FTX's sister company also founded by Mr. Bankman-Fried. FTX competitor Binance initially tried to step in and takeover FTX but then concluded after reviewing FTX's financials that it wouldn't be able to rescue FTX, which may now declare bankruptcy. Both the Securities and Exchange Commission and Federal Trade Commission are investigating as FTX is unable to honor customer withdrawals, which aren't secured by the federal government. Crypto has billed itself as an alternative to regulated currency.   US and EU regulators skeptical about Microsoft's Activision/Blizzard acquisition   The European Commission announced its preliminary review of Microsoft's $69 billion bid to acquire Activision/Blizzard – the competing video game owner of the Call of Duty video game franchise. The US Federal Trade Commission has also expressed significant concerns after a staff-level review. Regulators are especially concerned about what the acquisition would mean for Playstation's ability to carry Call of Duty.  To go deeper, you can find links to all of these stories in the show notes. Stay safe, stay informed, have a great week. Ciao.

Yeah, We Said It
39. Tutto Bene! An Italian Honeymoon Recap

Yeah, We Said It

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 111:15


OMG hi. It's been so long—a month, to be exact. Since we last spoke, I've gotten married, went on an epic honeymoon, and changed my last name on all social media platforms (haven't gotten around to the real deal just yet). Today's episode is the longest one yet because, when you travel overseas for two weeks, you surprisingly have a lot to say about it! I recap our entire honeymoon in this episode from Sicily to Rome and everything in between. I go over all the highlights, the very few lowlights, and also give information about the travel agency we used to make this trip happen. PLEASE be sure to check out the accompanying blog post I put together, too—it has all the links and names of everything, so you can use it as a resource in case you're planning an epic Italian vacation any time soon. I also discuss what I've been reading/watching/listening to lately upfront because there was a lot more to cover there than I expected! Hope you enjoy this long-winded episode! Ciao! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thats-what-e-said/support

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

Chica Travel with Lelo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 55:01


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

Killing Time with Brynn and Malaika
Killing Time Ep. 12: The Rolex Deep Thicc, Malaika's Cyber Bullies and Our Careers

Killing Time with Brynn and Malaika

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 59:47


We're back with more riveting watch chat! We discuss WATCH NEWS: the thicc and juicy new Rolex diver watch aka the Deepsea Challenge, the Jacob & Co. Opera Godfather Musical watch, the Patek Philippe Aquanaut Luce "Rainbow" Chronograph, and the article that launched a thousand Malaika cyber bullies. Kris Jenner was spotted wearing this watch a week later. Then, we check in and have a TOUCH BASE about our careers! Ciao for now xoxo

Ciao USA Radio Italia
CIAO ST. LOUIS ITALIAN MUSIC PROGRAM - 11-06-2022

Ciao USA Radio Italia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 70:20


Boys in Bolos
Week 15 | Don't Captain Haaland

Boys in Bolos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 43:43


We discuss the upcoming week in the Premier League, recap the final group stage match in the Champions League to see who's going to the Round of 16 and Europa, and Fantasy keeps trucking forward. Ciao.

Still Watching: Game of Thrones
White Lotus Season 2 - "Ciao" with Will Sharpe - Still Watching

Still Watching: Game of Thrones

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 59:42 Very Popular


Still Watching is watching other people on a Sicilian vacation as Vanity Fair's Richard Lawson and Chris Murphy check-in to the second season of The White Lotus on HBO. This week, Richard and Chris rejoin Mark White's dark comedy series for a news season about flawed people at an international five star hotel, another titular White Lotus. Besides Jennifer Coolidge's Tanya and Jon Gries' Greg, there's a whole new cast that includes this week's interview subject Will Sharpe who plays Ethan on the show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Decoding Westworld
The White Lotus S2E01 - Ciao

Decoding Westworld

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 67:54


This episode of Decoding TV is brought to you by McDonald's, proudly serving communities since 1965. McDonald's. I'm lovin' it.A new season begins at The White Lotus in Sicily! And here on Decoding TV, David Chen and Roxana Hadadi try to figure out where exactly this show might be headed.In the season 2 premiere, “Ciao,” we meet, Harper (Aubrey Plaza) and Ethan (Will Sharpe), along with Daphne (Meghann Fahy) and Cameron (Theo James) who are away on a vacation together. Tanya (Jennifer Coolidge) and her assistant Portia (Haley Lu Richardson) try to navigate a fraught situation with Greg (Jon Gries). Dominic (Michael Imperioli), his father Bert (F. Murray Abraham), and his son Albie (Adam DiMarco) try their best to get along. And hotel manager Valentina (Sabrina Impacciatore) tries to keep locals Mia (Beatrice Grannò) and Lucia (Simona Tabasco) at bay. Listen to hear our thoughts on the episode!Links:Email us at decodingtv(AT)gmail(DOT)comRead Roxana's work on VultureFollow Roxana on TwitterFollow this podcast on TwitterFollow this podcast on TiktokSubscribe to this podcast on YouTubeFollow David Chen on Twitter Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

HBOLAX
The White Lotus S2 E1: Ciao, Allora, and a Butt!

HBOLAX

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 54:21


Katherine Dudas and Lizzy Pace break down the 1st episode of the second season of The White Lotus! Allora!New Episodes every Monday. Subscribe today:Instagram:@hbolaxpod@pacecase@katherinedudas_YouTube:@hbolaxTikTok:@hbolax@pace_case@juniperfeaturefilm_Twitter:@hbolax@pacecase

Post Show Recaps: LIVE TV & Movie Podcasts with Rob Cesternino
The White Lotus Season 2 Premiere Recap, ‘Ciao'

Post Show Recaps: LIVE TV & Movie Podcasts with Rob Cesternino

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 110:13


In this podcast, Ariel (@thatotherariel) and Dr. Amanda (@dramandar) recap the Season 2 Premiere, ‘Ciao' with special guest, Rob Cesternino (@robcesternino). The post The White Lotus Season 2 Premiere Recap, ‘Ciao' appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.

Oysters, Clams & Cockles: Game of Thrones
The White Lotus S2E1: Ciao

Oysters, Clams & Cockles: Game of Thrones

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 56:51


Ross Bolen and Barrett Dudley digest the season premiere of HBO's The White Lotus season 2 -- "Ciao." Tune back in later this week on Patreon.com/OystersClamsCockles for further discussion of the first episode of the season fueled by hotline calls from listeners! Support our sponsors: Manscaped.com (Code: OCC for 20% OFF) FelixGrayGlasses.com/OCC for FREE shipping/returns/exchanges Presented by Bolen Media: BolenMedia.com