Looks like the Freo crew have bet on red. And, going on their recent draft table craft, Hugh could argue with the decisions? Time to Restump Podcast the purple people we plucked from the player pool.Without the rich draft capital at our disposal this year it was always going to be a trickier process. But when the dust settled this morning its difficult to be disappointed.The Freo team filled the needs, punted on some wants, added some development projects and managed to include some insurance. Not an easy feat!We go over the new recruits and run the shoulda, coulda, woulda theories. The lads are back at the club and if the photos are accurate, they've returned in better than decent nick! They're not only looking flash, they're turning out flash performances in early time trials. Neil Erasmus has shown his round one intention with two 1km run wins. Caleb Serong snared the 3rd while Heath Chapman outstayed them all and brought home the 4th. We take another look at the Jackson Darcy combo story which continues to develop. Who plays where for how long?Is Caleb Serong getting a chance to possibly play with young brother Liam? Is there a strategy to potentially giving Liam the train on position?We wish Connor Blakely all the best with his second chance at the Gold Coast after being plucked with pick 7 in the rookie draft. However, as it's arguably the surfing capital of Australia, should our best wishes go to the Gold Coast Suns?Its been a while between pods and there has been some listener feedback, some positive, some negative but we love it all. And we were blown away by some very kind listeners who generously bought us a bunch of coffees through the Restump website.We don't click into Summer until tomorrow but there's plenty of hot stuff happening down at Limestone Park in Cockburn. So if you've got nothing better to do, wrap your listening gear around this episode and join us for a draft review and all the news in purple shoes. Support the show
Hello everyone! Good morning/ afternoon/ evening to you! Thank you for deciding to come back and join us yet again! We hope you've been keeping yourself happily booked!As you can see by the title of this episode, episode 11 is our VERY FIRST-EVER Book Club episode! In this episode, we talk ALOT about Josh Malerman's Goblin: A Novel In Six Novellas! Did you read it as well? We want to know what you thought of the book! If you're interested in knowing what we thought of our first book club pick then definitely make sure you give this episode a listen! This one was so much fun to record! And although it's in the title of the episode, there is definitely a heavy SPOILER alert for this book! Although there really aren't a lot of things to be typed up below as the actual show notes, we still wanted to make sure to have anything we DID mention down below anyway! Just in case…3:35 - Dawn Camp, Author9:46 - Earthling Halloween Series Continued;14. Bloodlines by James A. Moore15. One Who Was With Me by Conrad Williams 16. Boys In The Valley by Philip Fracassi 17. Marla by Jonathan Janz11:10 - The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg, Murder On The Orient Express by Agatha Christie11:59 - The Great Train Robbery by Michael Chrichton, The Mystery Of The Blue Train by Agatha Christie 12:54 - Run, Rose, Run by Dolly Parton & James Patterson13:14 - Lock Every Door by Riley Sager14:55 - Goblin discussion!!! SPOILERSSSSS29:53 - IT by Stephen King30:18 - The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell 33:52 - The Mist Movie (2007)40:51 - The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern 1:03:00 - Lost TV Series Be sure to keep yourself Happily Booked! Instagram/ TikTok - happilybookedpodcastFacebook - Happily Booked PodcastLikewise - BrookeBatesHappilyBookedGoodreads - Brooke Lynn Bates Storygraph - brookebatesratesbooks THE Sideways Sheriff - Permanent Sponsor Insta/ TikTok - Sideways_sheriffFacebook - Sideways SheriffYoutube - Sideways Sheriff
Curative therapy and hospice... at the same time?! Since the Affordable Care Act, pediatric patients don't have to give up one to benefit from the other. But does this model really work, and does it make sense for the realities of pediatric palliative care and hospice as in 2022? To figure it all out, Sarah and Dan have a concurrent conversation with Steven Smith (@stevenmsmith913) and Conrad Williams (@conradw4) about Cadillacs, cookies, and #PedPC's biggest Twitter rivalry.
Texas 10-31: A Texas True Crime Podcast
Episode 59 takes us way back to 1955 in Pasadena, Texas where Annie Williams decides she is going to poison, strangle and dismember her two young sons for truly no good reason at all. Well... Annie thinks there are good reasons, but Hannah begs to differ. Happy Halloween! Sources: https://lmtribune.com/nation/world/child-killer-back-in-texas-jail-former-riggins-resident-certain-parole-will-be-denied-accepts/article_fea744b0-bc3d-52ae-84d9-756a8ad3c9d1.html https://www.galvestoncrimescene.com/i-bet-you-buried-that-womans-kids/ https://omny.fm/shows/true-crime-reporter/the-ghastly-story-of-a-mother-who-dismembered-her https://darik.news/idaho/mother-who-killed-her-two-sons-got-baptized-in-prison/502233.html https://www.newsbreak.com/news/2536683286574/today-in-houston-history-march-9-1955-mother-who-killed-her-two-sons-is-baptized-in-jail https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/bayou-city-history/article/Today-in-Houston-history-March-9-1955-Mother-16987372.php#photo-22171375 http://unknownmisandry.blogspot.com/2011/08/ann-williams-texas-mother-who-murdered.html
My guest today is someone who’s quite the expert at goal setting, motivation and maintaining a positive mindset no matter what life throws his way…We discuss how anyone and everyone can tap into this during these challenging times.Please welcome Team GB athlete, Conrad Williams.https://www.teamgb.com/athlete/conrad-williams/1SljyGeEGsC8C5wA0EDRym
Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/crickcastpod/Twitter- https://twitter.com/cricks999Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/sammy.crickersYoutube- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQOZOcrYNRNblLWZDdoB7vQ?view_as=subscriberThis week's podcast guest is none other than Conrad WilliamsHaving been a really late starter to athletics, with his first competitive race being run at the age of 20, Conrad has shown his talent over the last two decades and now continues to help the people around him grow as he is now a coach to many different athletes including footballers as well as runners Conrad has been a vital part of the success of the GB 4x400m team over the years and has been involved in pretty much every World Championship team since 2005. I take a deep dive into his life throughout his career and how he handled different races as well as different challenges along the way.I hope you find this a very interesting listen and please head over to the 'crickcastpod' instagram page to let me know what you thought of itUntil next time
The Steven Sulley Study Podcast
The Steven Sulley Study is celebrating its 51st episode with huge gratitude for listeners and viewers as it moves forward. Steven reflects on his podcasting and the importance of a digital footprint for everyone whoever they are. In this mixed episode discover why Steven has a passion for podcasting and what he learnt from the training sessions with athletes Mel Deane, Conrad Williams and Bradley Skeete. He reflects on both the diversity and commonality between these athletes and shares the traits they have all developed in the pursuit of success. KEY TAKEAWAYS If you are starting your own business part of your strategy should be to have some kind of online engagement. It's vital to build your digital footprint and reach. The passion of podcasting I love meeting new guests. Every time I do a podcast I'm expanding my network and I believe your net worth is determined by your network. My guests educate, inspire and motivate me when they share challenges in their lives and how they have successfully overcome adversity. Employers today jump on to see your social media presence across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, It's the modern-day CV Different sports, different people, shared passion, determination and mindset Mel Deane – Irish rugby player, played for Harlequins, Sale Sharks and his country now retired. Heart of a lion with admirable aggressive animal instincts focused on scoring the points required. Determined to get through ‘melting' whoever stood in the way. Conrad Williams – track and field sprinter from Caribbean, represented GB in 2012 Olympic games. Preparing 2, 3 and 5 years in advance of Olympics physically, emotionally and through the right mindset. No short-term gratification but complete dedication to achieving the goals set. Bradley Skeete - British Welter Weight boxing champion currently on hiatus but preparing for a return to the ring in the near future. If you don't prepare in the gym, don't put the hard graft in you're going to bleed more in the ring you are going to get found out. Bradley has an inner belief that helps him to endure the snakes and ladders effect in boxing – a win can put you on top and in demand, a loss can result in having to go back to the start. If you don't put the hard work in outside of your career, your job, your passion you are going to get found out later - it's going to show up as an opportunity that you can't quite grasp because you're not prepared. If you are not training you are missing the opportunity to become the best version of you. BEST MOMENTS ‘I'm going to show all those motherfuckers who doubted me that I am number 1 and can come back from adversity, I have no doubt Bradley is going to do that' ‘Part of your profile as an individual and as a business person is that you should be doing more things online to build your digital footprint' ‘Had someone stop me in the street and talk about my podcast, which was very humbling' VALUABLE RESOURCES The Steven Sully Study Podcast ABOUT THE HOST The Steven Sulley Study is my take on success. My view is you should have multiple focuses to be a well-rounded individual. Success shouldn't be just one thing like money, for example, it should also consist of a healthy fit lifestyle and thriving relationships. As a person who has made a success in life and also made huge cock-ups I feel I can offer suggestions and tips on how to become successful or at least start your pursuit. My 'Study' has taken resources from reading and education plus being around, my perception, of successful people and I, know a lot of successful people from all walks of life. My 'Study' coming from my experiences in business, investing, sales (my core background), training, boxing and education has enabled me to become well rounded and successful. CONTACT METHOD http://www.instagram.com/sulley.steven See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Steven Sulley Study Podcast
Hard work. Determination. Discipline. These are what we can learn best from professional athletes. Olympics may be just plain enjoyment for most of us, but for the athletes, it's a serious matter – a huge milestone in their career and a dream come true. Today on The Steven Sully Study Podcast, we get to hear the story of British track and field sprinter Conrad Williams. Discover how he landed a spot on the British team which took part at the 2012 Summer Olympics from just taking part in small county races. It wasn't a level fat to traverse. In this episode also, Conrad gives advice for new and aspiring athletes out there. These can even be useful to entrepreneurs if they want to explore a different perspective on how they should take their journey. KEY TAKEAWAYS From county race to world championship, Conrad went through every step. He trained and improved every single day just to move higher and higher. People can learn a lot from professional athletes. Their determination, discipline, and regard for achieving success is incomparable. Unlike other professions, they don't have rest. They need to be mindful of their health and fitness 24/7 since this will affect the future of their careers. Joining the Olympics was a dream come true. Conrad has sacrificed so much (i.e. social and leisure activities) to invest more time on training to join the national team. And he's grateful his loved ones are supportive of his journey. Conrad is also passionate about helping young athletes develop and get to the next level of their career. He wants to share his knowledge and expertise in sports training all over the world. Advice for those who want to be a successful professional athlete: Be patient and don't compare yourself to anyone. Set realistic goals and after you reach each of them, set your bar higher. BEST MOMENTS “It's not just competing; it's a lifestyle.” “It's a short-lived sport. We have to make sure we deal with our best with the time we have.” “Life is not rehearsal. You only got one shot at it.” “If you lose the spark or the moment which make you an Olympian and an athlete, everything can fall away quickly.” “The relationships become the very best version of you. It's important to have right core group around you.” VALUABLE RESOURCES Muller Anniversary Games The Steven Sulley Podcast: Core Beliefs and Understanding the ‘Why' in Football and Life – Anton Ferdinand | Apple | Omny ABOUT THE GUEST Conrad Williams is a British track and field sprinter who competes in the 400 metres and 4x400 m relay. He has already won 8 senior international medals. Among them were the gold medal for England at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and the gold medal for Great Britain at the 2014 European Athletics Championships. He was also part of the British team that cam fourth in the men's 4x400 m at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Conrad's Twitter - @cwilliam400 ABOUT THE HOST The Steven Sulley Study is my take on success. My view is you should focus on several key areas to be a well-rounded individual. Success should not be just one thing like money, for example, it should also comprise a healthy fit lifestyle and thriving relationships. As a person who has made a success in life and also made some cock-ups, I can offer suggestions and tips on how to become successful or at least start your pursuit of success. I started from leaving school at 16 with very poor school results to pursue a career in plumbing following the directions of my parents that then lead me to a barrister's chamber and then to a sales floor. From here, I established a foothold in the sales market promoting financial products and being a founder of an art agency that has a Soho based art studio. In addition, I have invested into an urban fashion brand and into a wellness tech company, and my latest addition to the business portfolio is a property company that which creates HMO's in Medway, Kent. The diverse range of industries I find myself in has allowed me to create wealth that enables me to be my boss so I can pursue my dreams. As a former boxer and avid sportsman, I find there are similarities between the running of businesses and competing. In my episodes, I will share some of my experiences to explore deeper these connections and how they may bring you success." CONTACT METHOD Steven's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sulley.steven/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Literary Loitering | Cultural Anarchy with Books and The Arts
This week researchers continue to try to prove things that are common sense, Tom Holland finds parallels between Donald Trump and Caligula, Dan Brown upsets teenagers and young adults, and book vending machines are a great idea. Our featured books are Creation Machine by Andrew Bannister and Dead Letters: An Anthology of the Undelivered, the Missing and the Returned (edited by Conrad Williams). #Creation_Machine #Andrew_Bannister #Dead_Letters #An_Anthology_of_the_Undelivered_the_Missing_and_the_Returned #Conrad_Williams #LiteraryLoitering #TheGeekShow #Books #Novels #Arts #Theatre #News #Reviews #Podcasts
In this episode, Rob speaks to novelist Conrad Williams about Horror, the impending apocalypse, the distinction (or lack thereof) between genre and literary fiction, the Yorkshire Ripper, Conrad's latest novel "Hell is Empty" and, of course, Hull. Trigger warning: Rob does the worst Trump impression known to man.
In the first of 3 podcasts all about the book of short stories Hellbound Hearts, we take you through the first 7 stories. Amazing tales all set in the world of Hellraiser, or the world of Clive Barker's novella The Hellbound Heart. In Part 1 we discuss stories by Peter Atkins, Conrad Williams, Sarah Pinborough, Mick Garris, Christopher Golden and Mike Mignola, Tim Lebbon and Kelley Armstrong.
In this podcast we review Barry Levinson’s found footage horror film The Bay. Following on from this we interview Conrad Williams, award-winning author of One, Decay Inevitable, Loss of Separation and the third This Is Horror chapbook, The Fox. Topics [0:54] The Bay synopsis [1:30] The effectiveness of found footage in The Bay [5:17] Was … Continue reading
Coming up: Good evening: 0:00:40 Fiction: The Hound, by H.P. Lovecraft 0:06:03 Fiction: Once Seen by Conrad Williams 0:36:03 Pleasant dreams… 01:16:30 Narrators: Lawrence Santoro, Gareth Stack See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.