As we've mentioned before, people that listen to ChinesePod are cool. Cool people attend cool functions, like cocktail parties. Cool people also schmooze--and who wouldn't be flattered by flattery done in Mandarin Chinese? No one, that's who. In this podcast, learn how to be the perfect guest we know you can be, and woo them all with your charms. Episode link: https://www.chinesepod.com/0314
Most of us have heard about Beethoven or Evelyn Glennie's deafness. But all musicians' hearing, just like everyone else's, deteriorates over time, with age and especially because of noise. So how do you keep performing as a musician when your hearing deteriorates? What techniques do musicians develop to cope with it? And what do cocktail parties have to do with it? CONTRIBUTOR BIO Ruth Hansford is getting closer to finishing her PhD in the Music and Media Department at Surrey. She has a background in languages and literature and a long-standing interest in listening and storytelling. Her PhD journey, which started off over a decade ago with a project on noise, music and hearing with the BBC Performing Groups, has involved a series of interviews with musicians who have been talking about their changing relationship with their ears. Ruth is a classically trained singer and freelance opera surtitler, and manages digitisation projects at the British Library. She has been learning about sound editing – and trying to put it into practice. Here she is interviewed by the founder of the Technecast, Jo Langton, who finished her PhD last year. Twitter: www.twitter.com/ruthhansford ===== Interviewed by Jo Langton. Presented by Julien Clin. Royalty free music generously shared by Steve Oxen. FesliyanStudios.com The Technecast is run by Julien Clin and Polly Hember. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be featured on the podcast, or if you have any questions.
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This episode is about writing like you speak, which is the best way to tell a true, authentic story. Andrea and Allison discuss why bringing your voice into a written essay makes the story so much better. You will hear an essay by Anthea Rowan, a writer and listener from Tanzania, Africa. Anthea's story is about social anxiety. She uses her brilliant British vernacular and charms the listener. Allison and Andrea discuss the writing after the story, why writing class has fucked them up for cocktail talk, and their own experiences with social anxiety.Anthea Rowan grew up in Tanzania, Africa. She has three kids and says her writing was born by accident. Crap at most things and feeling empty nestish, a friend suggested she write for a local travel mag. A year later she was published in The Times of London. Rowan says writing saved her life after years of isolation in the African bush. She is working on her first creative non-fiction book. For more Anthea, go to @anthea_rowan on Instagram, visit her website or read her blog.This episode of Writing Class Radio is produced by Allison Langer, Andrea Askowitz and Matt Cundill of SoundOff Media. Theme music by Justina Shandler. Additional music by Podington Bear.There's more writing class on our website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.If you love the lessons you get on each episode, you can get them ALL in one place--our three-part video series--for $50. Click Video Classes on our website.If you want to be a part of the movement that helps people better understand each other through storytelling, follow us on Patreon. For $10/month Andrea will answer all your publishing questions. For $25/month you can join Allison's First Draft weekly writers group, where you can write and share your work Tuesdays 12-1 (ET). www.Patreon.com/writingclassradio.
In this episode, Ray speaks with a guest on Clubhouse about tips on cold prospecting for your network marketing business. rankmakerslive.com Thanks for listening! Have some feedback to share? Leave us a review on iTunes! www.rayhigdon.com
This week Bree talks about how COVID has separated her son and her for two weeks. Liz talks about the end of the week at work, and they discuss why switching over an iPhone can be a nightmare.Lots of pop culture again this week, with the biggest scandal being Tristan Thompson's cheating scandal. Josh Duggar is arrested by Feds for what's being reported as child pornography. We talk about all the social media activity surrounding Real Housewives All Stars, and what we think of the cast. Plus we talk about the juiciest scandal that is rumored to have gone down. Kourtney K revelations about her relationship with her ex boyfriend, and all his chatter on IG is discussed. And of course, we give our thoughts on Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion, Real Housewives of Dallas finale, and New Jersey Housewives dinner party. Plus, why we think a reunion can make or break a season. Bree binge watches RHONY season 3, and can't stop referencing it all episode. Plus Liz gives us an update on binging Summer House, and Bree gives her thoughts on the current seasons reunion.Follow us on IG @relatablerealitypodcast and DM us any of your thoughts or questions. Thanks for listening and following along with our weekly gossip sessions.
Episode 4 - Kj kicks off this episode by explaining/complaining about how particularly bad she sounds this week. Then she reads some more podcast reviews and a fact check from last week. Then, it’s time for questions with the Midwest Guest Co-host of the week, Jolene Wojcik (@jmrwojcik on Twitter) (3:00)! They discuss adding another category to the Midwest, grocery store etiquette, and the great supper/dinner/lunch date. And it’s Masters week so Kj asks Jolene, the Masters expert, some of her curiosities about the tournament. Later, they are joined by this week’s Guest Expert, Bonnie Berko (@BonnieBerko on Twitter), Assistant Director of ESPN’s Pardon The Interruption (30:14)! Bonnie brings her East Coast Bias along as they discuss the delights of Washington DC, producing a TV show during a pandemic, her days at CNN with Ted Turner, some White House Correspondents Dinner memories, and much more. A good (central standard) time was had by all! Music: All music by Kj Ohnstad with the exception of the Intro (by Kj Ohnstad and Jason Fuse). Graphics by Jenni Ohnstad (jenniohnstad.com) Twitter: @MidwestBiasPod, @buffalo_alice (Kj) Email: email@example.com Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and anywhere else ratings and reviews are accepted. Subscribe now and never miss an episode! Thank you!
In this episode of Here For The Cocktail Party, we recap Episode 5 of The Bachelor. Matt James confronts the bullies in the house, Rachael shows off her dresses and fancy new Louboutins from her date, the girls shovel shit on their group date, and Kit proves she is not in fact a robot by showing some emotion. Tensions rise as Matt calls for a pre-Cocktail Party 2:1 with Jessenia and MJ - we always knew her hair was full of secrets. Grab a drink and listen along with us as we dive head first into everything that went down. For more content and cocktail recipes, follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook at @hereforthecocktailparty.
Even as Rebecca interviewed people who had shaved hundreds off their monthly mortgage payments — giving them increased financial security in the midst of a recession — and spoke to coworkers and friends about how the historically low rates had benefited them, she put off doing one of her own. After low mortgage rates won a 2020 Loopie Award for Brightest Glimmer of Hope (Besides the Vaccine), her podcast editor suggested to stop dilly dallying and to document her journey so listeners might learn from her experience. So she did. Connect with Rebecca Schuetz. Support the show: https://offers.houstonchronicle.com/?offerid=125&origin=newsroom&ipid=podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's episode we detail our Glory UGA to-do list for new Georgia AD Josh Brooks. We discuss Bulldog Bold, the Cocktail Party, G5 games, Sanford Stadium renovations, red pants, and so much more! We wrap things up by answering a couple of timely mailbag questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week we are closing out 2020 with some Tiki Drinks, good friends, good tunes and good cheer at our TACO THE TOWN HOLIDAY COCKTAIL PARTY! We sip and review some tasty, socially distant tiki drinks from TIKI HUNA at the IRON DISTRICT in North Kansas City with former Taco The Town All Star Guests KATE HAUGAN, STANN TATE, DAISHA JONES, CYNTHIA MALONE & NICK LECKEY! We also have some Holiday-rrific musical performances from Former T3 guests JOSH BERWANGER, KATLYN CONROY, SAM BILLEN, SOLOHAWK featuring TIL WILLIS and we also debut a special Christmas ditty from SUNEATERS! IN THIS EPISODE: We check the TACO TICKER one last time in 2020 and read some Bad Reviews in Funny Voices of some Famous KC Christmas Events and Locations! We taco 'bout the Best Taco We Ate in 2020! Run down a list of Proper Holiday Office Party Etiquette and tell some wacky Office Party Stories from the past! We also touch upon our Favorite and Least Favorite Christmas Song and Movie! ALL THAT AND: Latkes! Squid Ink Sickness! And more Holiday Hilarity you've come to expect from TACO THE TOWN! 2020 sure did suck but we STILL HAD TACOS TO WARM THE COCKLES OF OUR HEARTS!! HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM TACO THE TOWN!! See you in 2021! Editor: MATT ALLEN. Music: SUNEATERS. Courtesy of LOTUSPOOL RECORDS.
The guys are back to recap all the action in the SEC, including the monumental showdown in Jacksonville. Florida finally got over the hump against Georgia, so what does that mean for each program? The guys talked about the rest of the SEC action, like Tennessee's continued collapse and Arkansas' continued rise. Plus, does A&M have a Playoff path that's better or worse than it was entering the day? The guys have some Playoff thoughts on Notre Dame after its win against Clemson. They close with Sunday Apologies and guessing the Week 8 lines. Hosts: Connor O'Gara, Chris Marler
Chase Thomas is joined by fellow UNG alumni Matt Green to preview Week 10 in the college football season, where Georgia and Florida finally clash, Texas facing a Mountaineer team similar to OK State, BYU's huge clash against Boise on Friday night, Michigan on the road at Indiana, Liberty's big shot against Virginia Tech, Tennessee being back against Arkansas and Clemson throwing all over Notre Dame. More about The Chase Thomas Podcast: About the Show The Chase Thomas Podcast On Patreon The Chase Thomas Podcast on Instagram The Chase Thomas Podcast on Twitter The Chase Thomas Podcast on Facebook The Chase Thomas Podcast on YouTube
It's a light week in the SEC, but we're drinking cocktails because there's a massive showdown in Jacksonville. The guys preview that and provide all of their picks and over/unders for the SEC slate. SEC Network analyst and former Florida star Chris Doering joined the guys to talk all things Florida-Georgia, SEC receivers and second-half trends to watch for. The guys close with 4th and Wrong, Bagman Edition. Hosts: Connor O'Gara, Chris Marler
This is Dan Mullen's best chance to win the SEC East. But Kirby Smart doesn't plan on letting that happen, even with an offensively-challenged Bulldogs team. Trey brings in Jake Rowe of Dawgs247 and Thomas Goldkamp of Swamp247 to cover Saturday's clash in Jacksonville to talk about keys to the game, the mood around the program and what the game is usually defined by (the ground attack and, in a normal year, incredible tailgating). Host: Trey Scott Guest: Jake Rowe, Thomas Goldkamp Follow or Subscribe to The College Football Daily on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ty and Dan break down the weekend's biggest games, from Clemson-Notre Dame to Florida-Georgia and intriguing contests in the Big 12 and Big Ten. Plus, a coast-to-coast journey as the Pac-12 shows up late to the college football party.More about The Solid Verbal:About the ShowThe Solid Verbal on InstagramThe Solid Verbal on TwitterThe Solid Verbal on FacebookThe Solid Verbal on YouTubeThe Solid Verbal on Patreon
The SEC had blowouts on blowouts on blowouts. The good news is that the guys have a ton of takeaways from a telling weekend. What happened to LSU? And how vintage of a performance was that from the Auburn defense? The guys discuss Dan Mullen's tirade and the ensuing brawl, plus what Florida figured out after its long layoff. The guys break down Georgia's issues ahead of the Cocktail Party. Plus, the guys talked Alabama's dominance vs. LSU, A&M's statement win vs. Arkansas and Ole Miss' record-setting day vs. Vandy. The guys had Sunday Apologies and guessed next week's lines. Hosts: Connor O'Gara, Chris Marler