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Kite Consulting
Cream Awards Young Dairy Farmer of the Year 2022

Kite Consulting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 35:17


This week Will and Ben welcome and congratulate Heydon Dark, Cornish dairy farmer and winner of the Cream Awards Young Dairy Farmer of the Year Award. This year, it was sponsored by Kite and with producer and Senior Consultant Becki, one of the judges, Becki outlines why Heydon stood out to her. Heydon describes the core values of his farming business and his journey so far, including navigating through the challenges of the early years. He also discusses how he came to decide on his current system and why this works for him and his lifestyle, as well as the opportunities and priorities for the future. We also ask Heydon what advice he would give to young farmers starting out on their own journey.

We'd Like A Word
57. Writing history & India (part 3): Shashi Tharoor & William Dalrymple

We'd Like A Word

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 28:12


Writing history & India (part 3): Shashi Tharoor & William Dalrymple tell We'd Like A Word hosts Paul Waters & Stevyn Colgan about how they write history, how they got started, why history is important, how history is used as a weapon in today's culture wars, & who has the right to write a country's history. Shashi tells us about his least favourite historian. And William dodges some extreme criticism of the bullet-from-a-gun variety & has a happy reunion with a lost manuscript. We also investigate the rumours that the character of Indiana Jones was based on William. Shashi Tharoor is former Under-Secretary General of the United Nations, former Indian Government minister, Member of the Indian Parliament, prolific author & historian. His many books include Riot, India: From Midnight to the Millennium, Nehru: The Invention of India, & An Era of Darkness: The British Empire in India also published under the title Inglorious Empire: What the British Did to India. William Dalrymple is one of the co-founders and co-directors of the Jaipur Literary Festival, a broadcaster, curator and the author of many books, including In Xanadu, City of Djinns: A Year in Delhi, White Mughals, The Last Mughal: The Fall of a Dynasty Delhi 1857, Return of a King: The Battle for Afghanistan, Koh-i-Noor: The History of the World's Most Infamous Diamond (with Anita Anand) & The Anarchy: The Relentless Rise of the East India Company. Lots of other authors, people & topics get a mention too - JP Martin's Uncle books, Barabar Tuchmann's The March of Folly: Troy to Vietnam, Anita Anand, Stephen Fry, Gabriel Byrne, Samson Kambalu and the 4th Plinth, Americanisms, Captain WE Johns & Biggles, Operations Bellows, Enid Blyton, The Six Solvers, contested histories, the evolution of language, bloodthirsty St Agnes, Cornish & Irish giants, The Goodies, Sachin Tendulkar, Shah Rukh Khan, Narendra Modi, Neil Jordan's Lord Edward and Citizen Small, Victoria and Abdul, & Miki Berenyi (formerly of Lush, & who has an excellent memoir just out fingers crossed: how music saved me from success). We'd Like A Word is a podcast & radio show from authors Paul Waters & Stevyn Colgan. We talk with writers, readers, editors, agents, celebrities, talkers, poets, publishers, booksellers, audiobook creators about books - fiction & non-fiction. We go out on various radio & podcast platforms. Our website is http://www.wedlikeaword.com for information on Paul & Steve & our guests. We're also on Twitter @wedlikeaword & Facebook @wedlikeaword & our email is wedlikeaword@gmail.com Yes, we are embarrassed by the missing apostrophes. We like to hear from you - questions, thoughts, ideas, guest or book suggestions. Perhaps you'd like to come on We'd Like A Word to chat, review or read out passages from books. And if you're still stuck for something to read, may we recommend Blackwatertown, the thriller by Paul Waters or Cockerings, the new comic classic by Stevyn Colgan.

We'd Like A Word
58. Writing history & India (part 2): Shashi Tharoor & William Dalrymple

We'd Like A Word

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 43:30


Writing history & India (part 2): Shashi Tharoor & William Dalrymple tell We'd Like A Word hosts Paul Waters & Stevyn Colgan about how they write history, how they got started, why history is important, how history is used as a weapon in today's culture wars, & who has the right to write a country's history. Shashi tells us about his least favourite historian. And William dodges some extreme criticism of the bullet-from-a-gun variety & has a happy reunion with a lost manuscript. We also investigate the rumours that the character of Indiana Jones was based on William. Shashi Tharoor is former Under-Secretary General of the United Nations, former Indian Government minister, Member of the Indian Parliament, prolific author & historian. His many books include Riot, India: From Midnight to the Millennium, Nehru: The Invention of India, & An Era of Darkness: The British Empire in India also published under the title Inglorious Empire: What the British Did to India. William Dalrymple is one of the co-founders and co-directors of the Jaipur Literary Festival, a broadcaster, curator and the author of many books, including In Xanadu, City of Djinns: A Year in Delhi, White Mughals, The Last Mughal: The Fall of a Dynasty Delhi 1857, Return of a King: The Battle for Afghanistan, Koh-i-Noor: The History of the World's Most Infamous Diamond (with Anita Anand) & The Anarchy: The Relentless Rise of the East India Company. Lots of other authors, people & topics get a mention too - JP Martin's Uncle books, Barabar Tuchmann's The March of Folly: Troy to Vietnam, Anita Anand, Stephen Fry, Gabriel Byrne, Samson Kambalu and the 4th Plinth, Americanisms, Captain WE Johns & Biggles, Operations Bellows, Enid Blyton, The Six Solvers, contested histories, the evolution of language, bloodthirsty St Agnes, Cornish & Irish giants, The Goodies, Sachin Tendulkar, Shah Rukh Khan, Narendra Modi, Neil Jordan's Lord Edward and Citizen Small, Victoria and Abdul, & Miki Berenyi (formerly of Lush, & who has an excellent memoir just out fingers crossed: how music saved me from success). We'd Like A Word is a podcast & radio show from authors Paul Waters & Stevyn Colgan. We talk with writers, readers, editors, agents, celebrities, talkers, poets, publishers, booksellers, audiobook creators about books - fiction & non-fiction. We go out on various radio & podcast platforms. Our website is http://www.wedlikeaword.com for information on Paul & Steve & our guests. We're also on Twitter @wedlikeaword & Facebook @wedlikeaword & our email is wedlikeaword@gmail.com Yes, we are embarrassed by the missing apostrophes. We like to hear from you - questions, thoughts, ideas, guest or book suggestions. Perhaps you'd like to come on We'd Like A Word to chat, review or read out passages from books. And if you're still stuck for something to read, may we recommend Blackwatertown, the thriller by Paul Waters or Cockerings, the new comic classic by Stevyn Colgan.

We'd Like A Word
59. Writing history & India (part 1): Shashi Tharoor & William Dalrymple

We'd Like A Word

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 28:24


Writing history & India (part 1): Shashi Tharoor & William Dalrymple tell We'd Like A Word hosts Paul Waters & Stevyn Colgan about how they write history, how they got started, why history is important, how history is used as a weapon in today's culture wars, & who has the right to write a country's history. Shashi tells us about his least favourite historian. And William dodges some extreme criticism of the bullet-from-a-gun variety & has a happy reunion with a lost manuscript. We also investigate the rumours that the character of Indiana Jones was based on William. Shashi Tharoor is former Under-Secretary General of the United Nations, former Indian Government minister, Member of the Indian Parliament, prolific author & historian. His many books include Riot, India: From Midnight to the Millennium, Nehru: The Invention of India, & An Era of Darkness: The British Empire in India also published under the title Inglorious Empire: What the British Did to India. William Dalrymple is one of the co-founders and co-directors of the Jaipur Literary Festival, a broadcaster, curator and the author of many books, including In Xanadu, City of Djinns: A Year in Delhi, White Mughals, The Last Mughal: The Fall of a Dynasty Delhi 1857, Return of a King: The Battle for Afghanistan, Koh-i-Noor: The History of the World's Most Infamous Diamond (with Anita Anand) & The Anarchy: The Relentless Rise of the East India Company. Lots of other authors, people & topics get a mention too - JP Martin's Uncle books, Barabar Tuchmann's The March of Folly: Troy to Vietnam, Anita Anand, Stephen Fry, Gabriel Byrne, Samson Kambalu and the 4th Plinth, Americanisms, Captain WE Johns & Biggles, Operations Bellows, Enid Blyton, The Six Solvers, contested histories, the evolution of language, bloodthirsty St Agnes, Cornish & Irish giants, The Goodies, Sachin Tendulkar, Shah Rukh Khan, Narendra Modi, Neil Jordan's Lord Edward and Citizen Small, Victoria and Abdul, & Miki Berenyi (formerly of Lush, & who has an excellent memoir just out fingers crossed: how music saved me from success). We'd Like A Word is a podcast & radio show from authors Paul Waters & Stevyn Colgan. We talk with writers, readers, editors, agents, celebrities, talkers, poets, publishers, booksellers, audiobook creators about books - fiction & non-fiction. We go out on various radio & podcast platforms. Our website is http://www.wedlikeaword.com for information on Paul & Steve & our guests. We're also on Twitter @wedlikeaword & Facebook @wedlikeaword & our email is wedlikeaword@gmail.com Yes, we are embarrassed by the missing apostrophes. We like to hear from you - questions, thoughts, ideas, guest or book suggestions. Perhaps you'd like to come on We'd Like A Word to chat, review or read out passages from books. And if you're still stuck for something to read, may we recommend Blackwatertown, the thriller by Paul Waters or Cockerings, the new comic classic by Stevyn Colgan.

SHINING MIND PODCAST
Episode #101. Dignity and thriving in dementia. Using mindlessness and intuitive thinking with Judy Cornish.

SHINING MIND PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 53:55


Imagine knowing that if you get dementia everyone around you knows how to take care of you. This is dementia care with dignity. Some people in a small town in Idaho have been gifted with the intuitive talents of Judy Cornish, an attorney turned dementia care revolutionary. She created the Dawn method that allows people to have dementia with dignity. She worked out how to see past dementia and provide the best care possible for people with dementia.This is one of the beautiful conversations with a human that I love. Judy Cornish is talented in her understanding of people. She calls this intuitive versus rational thinking skills. Not only has she developed a method but has trained many caretakers in how to understand what is going on inside the mind of someone with dementia.You can find Judy and her method at the following link.https://thedawnmethod.com/creator-judy-cornish/From her website:"The DAWN Method® is a kind, strength-based, person-centered approach to caring for those with dementia and Alzheimer's. In this article we will cover what dementia is and who it affects, the stages of dementia, and then we will introduce the DAWN Method of strength-based, person-centered dementia care. Our goal is to help you understand dementia as well as give you an introduction to a method of dementia care that will decrease stress for caregivers as well as for those experiencing dementia.""Judy Cornish is an author, founder of the Dementia & Alzheimer's Wellbeing Network (DAWN®), creator of the DAWN Method® of dementia care, and a retired elder law attorney. Her two books (The Dementia Handbook and Dementia With Dignity) take person-centered care from theory to practice by identifying the skills not lost to dementia. Through DAWN, Cornish provides online training programs for families and professional caregivers, as well as staff training for agencies and facilities. Her goal is to see dignified dementia care become available for all.In 2010 Ms. Cornish founded the Dementia & Alzheimer's Wellbeing Network in Moscow, Idaho. Through her hands-on work with dementia, she developed a proprietary method for working with people who have dementia—one that helps them develop and retain a sense of security and wellbeing. The DAWN Method is simple enough to be used by caregivers in the home and works in care facilities as well. It targets the emotional distress that accompanies cognitive decline so that behaviors are avoided and caregiver stress is minimized.Today the DAWN Method is in use with seniors in a number of locations in the United States, using a two-tiered care system of case managers and dementia care specialists. Ms. Cornish provides training in the DAWN Method and consults with families, agencies and individual caregivers from all over the world."Support the show

Chatabix
Polperro

Chatabix

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 24:08


David and Joe chat bout the wonderful Cornish fishing village, PolperroFollow Chatabix on Twitter https://twitter.com/chatabix1 Instagram https://www.instagram.com/chatabixpodcast/PATREON: For extra stuff from us Patreon.com/davidandjoeMERCH: chatabixshop.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The LGBT Sport Podcast
The One on Mab Hudel

The LGBT Sport Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 24:10


If you live in Cornwall, you will know who Edward Rowe is. And if you don't, prepare to be introduced to an absolute gem! The Cornish actor and comedian is a legend in the county – and he's just written, filmed and directed his first-ever short film, all in the Cornish language, looking at a coming out story at a Cornish rugby club. It's called ‘Mab Hudel' – and tells the story of a player called Enys Penrose who captains his team to a cup final, while simultaneously struggling with his own sexuality. It's something that's right up our street, which is why we had Ed in to chat on our BBC Radio Cornwall show. And we thought you might like to hear it on our podcast as well, which is why we're bringing it to you here. Ed is a great talker – a really engaging, entertaining guy who we love and think you'll love as well – and that the film will be right up your street as well. So, enjoy this special bonus episode with Ed, and make sure you try and check out the film as well. WANT TO FIND OUT ABOUT OUR GUEST? @Kernow_King WANT TO GET IN TOUCH WITH THE PODCAST? @jack_murley jack.murley@bbc.co.uk

Looking at Lyme
Looking at the brain with Eboni Cornish

Looking at Lyme

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 34:42


Dr. Cornish is an integrative functional physician working at the Amen Clinics. She was introduced to chronic Lyme disease when working with a patient who was not cured by a short course of antibiotics. The patient, a landscaper who presented with a bullseye rash followed by ongoing Lyme symptoms, had been labeled as a “drug seeking” patient. This caused Dr. Cornish to ask the question, “Who in the world drug-seeks antibiotics?” After joining a medical practice in a Lyme endemic area, Dr. Cornish learned about the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS), and eventually became a Board member.While CT and MRI scans of the brain examine the function and anatomy, Dr. Cornish explains that a SPECT scan, a single photon emission computerized tomography scan, looks at brain activity and blood flow. She explains that areas of the brain that have less blood flow or activity appear almost like “holes” on a SPECT scan. These changes can be caused by toxins, head injury, Alzheimer's, Lyme disease and other infections.Although SPECT scans alone are not diagnostic of Lyme disease, scans can be used to figure out what questions to ask. Dr. Cornish looks for areas of inflammation and “scattered early activity”. Later in the disease process, the activity may be less scattered and may take on a scalloped appearance with decreased blood flow, indicating brain inflammation. The scan, along with a physical exam and detailed patient history help a physician determine differential diagnoses. Dr. Cornish notes that brain inflammation can be caused by a number of toxins such as mold, Lyme, and other tick-borne infections. Read the rest of the show notes!

FredTalk
112. Opium Dens Seem Cozy with Aaron Ransom, Jordan Cornish, and Angel Perez

FredTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 49:09


Hanging out with my friends just being silly, join us for a good laugh and thinking through some stupid questions!

The PastCast
Archaeology adrift: a curious tale of Lego lost at sea

The PastCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 22:17


Twenty-five years ago, a cargo of millions of pieces of Lego was washed off the ship Tokio during a storm off Land's End. The cargo was en route from the company's factory in Billund, Denmark, to North America, where it was to be made-up into sets. To this day, tiny pieces of plastic are still being found on Cornish beaches – and by a strange quirk of fate, much of this Lego is sea-themed. On this episode of The PastCast, Tracey Williams, whose fascination with collecting the Lego washed up on her local beaches has driven her to publish a book, discusses the story of the lost cargo, the subsequent recovery efforts, and the environmental implications of the phenomenon. Her book on the Lego lost at sea formed the basis of an article by Joe Flatman in the latest issue of Current Archaeology magazine, which is also available to read in full on The Past website. On this episode, Tracey and Joe spoke with Current Archaeology editor Carly Hilts and regular PastCast presenter Calum Henderson. Carly also explains what readers can look forward to in the latest issue. The Past brings together the most exciting stories and the very best writing from the realms of history, archaeology, heritage, and the ancient world. You can subscribe to The Past today for just £7.99. If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider liking it, subscribing, and sharing it around. Tracey's book, Adrift: the curious tale of the Lego lost at sea, is published by Unicorn and is available to buy here. You can follow the project online by searching for @LegoLostAtSea on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. A related paper on drift matter/drift archaeology by Þóra Pétursdóttir is available to read here.

Homegrown Horror
The Execution of Katherine Cornish: No U

Homegrown Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 60:22


The duo talks about the first documented execution of Maine History. Jump back into history to 1644 and hear the tragic fate of Katerine Cornish, while she might get around, she got done dirty. We also play some games and chat choclate moose, all this and more! Sources: The Journal of John Wintrhop 1630-1649 Sun Journal You can reach out to us via email - homegrownhorrorpod@gmail.com - send us stories, questions, Maine movie recommendations, or just say hi! Twitter: https://twitter.com/HgHpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/homegrownhorrorpod/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hghpod/support

Wireless Theatre Company Audio Drama

Love for Menabilly is an original audio play written by Jo-Ann Challis, exploring the relationship between Daphne Du Maurier and the house she loved. Menabilly is a house with a past, but seemingly no future. Hidden away from prying eyes on a Cornish peninsula, Mena's been abandoned by its owners and left to rot. It's hurting and lonely, and embarrassed by its shabby appearance.

Kite Consulting
Cream Awards John Beckett Memorial Trophy winner Willsbro Holsteins & Resilience Conference Summary

Kite Consulting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 40:09


After scooping the John Beckett memorial cup plus two other Cream Awards last night, Cornish farmer Anthony Wills of Willsbro Holstein joins host Ben Eagle to tell us a bit about his business, the cows, the family and what makes his business resilient. John and Becki comment on the calibre of entries for the Kite sponsored Young Farmer category and discuss the qualities required to thrive in the sector and how the finalists demonstrated these. Plus a small mention for another important award winner. Chris Walkland gives us a detailed milk market update before they all discuss the key themes from yesterday's Dairy Resilience 2030 Conference, including sustainability, genetics, and people.

The Balance and Motherhood Podcast
068: 7 Reasons You Should Ritualize Your Life by Ali Cornish

The Balance and Motherhood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 10:56


Ali Cornish of Everthrive shares 7 reasons why you should ritualize your life. Episode 068: 7 Reasons You Should Ritualize Your Life by Ali Cornish Ali Cornish created Everthrive as a response to the increasing pace, materialism, and detachment of today's society. Through words and photos, she brings awareness to the importance of living simply, healthfully, and authentically. Life can be better lived when we disconnect from distraction, slow down, and focus on what is truly important. In addition to managing and contributing to Everthrive, she also helps others create compelling content for websites, campaigns, and social media ventures through The Media Acorn. The original post is located here: http://everthrive.org/blog/7-reasons-you-should-ritualize-your-life Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

FredTalk
111. Jazz Conspiracy Radio Gospel with Aaron Ransom and Jordan Cornish

FredTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 31:16


COMEDY! 3am riffing with Aaron Ransom and Jordan Cornish for this holy tomfoolery!

The Mindset and Me Podcast
49: Helen | How to notice fear, and what tools we can use through hypnotherapy to take care of ourselves

The Mindset and Me Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 46:51


On this weeks episode we are joined by Senara's Sister. Helen is a Mother, Carer, Nurturer, Nurse, Sister. Senara's Sister symbolises the rising of women to the surface, towards the light. Inspired by Cornish mythology, Senara comes from the legendary mermaid tales woven into Cornish culture. Senara's Sister is all about the sisterhood of women supporting one another and rising together. The name Helen is said to mean “shining light” which is very fitting with Helen's caring and compassionate nature. With over 16 years of experience working in the NHS in a variety of roles from Health Visitor to Nurse, Helen has always championed and encouraged wellbeing for women. Having experienced mental health struggles herself, Helen used hypnotherapy to regain her confidence and rediscover her true self and now shares this with women everywhere. Helen founded Senara's Sister to empower creative successful women who are lost or stuck in business or life. Specialising in working with peri-menopausal women, Helen is able to reprogramme their minds and foster strength and self-compassion, approaching the next chapter of their lives with courage and embarking on new beginnings. Helen lives in the beautiful countryside in the depths of Cornwall and spends her time with her family by the sea, soaking up the simplicity of life. What Helen Offers in a Nutshell: • Solutions-focused Hypnotherapy • Help with body positivity, maternity, birth, perimenopause, anxiety, phobias, stress, self-esteem and work/life balance • 3 years of experience as a hypnotherapist • Sisterhood champion • Often found mermaiding – sea dips and discovering the Cornish coast [This is a Monday Network production] Follow Kirsty on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/kirstyraynor Follow Helen on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/senarassisterhypnotherapy/ Follow The Mindset and Me Podcast on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/mindsetandmepodcast Follow Monday Network on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/monday_network

One to One
Gospel music in Cornwall: Gillian Burke and Ley Adewole

One to One

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 13:46


In 2014 the biologist and presenter Gillian Burke joined a community choir in Falmouth in a bid to strengthen her voice. Singing is Gillian's passion and it's her way of switching off from work and the pressures of life. Ley Adewole is the Director of the Falmouth Community Gospel Choir. Ley began singing in a Pentecostal church in Coventry; she joined various singing groups, got spotted and went on to do session work. She relocated to Falmouth and set-up a gospel music workshop to fill-in the winter months. The choir was born, welcoming in people of all faiths, and even those who can and can't sing. Gillian quizzes Ley on singing with conviction and how the science of singing melds with the emotions of the music. They talk about the gospel music scene in Cornwall and how the Cornish accent influences how the choir sounds. They speak about an early choir performance when Ley was standing on fishing crates in her heels so she could be seen by the choir, and how the music transformed a sceptical audience into one full of men crying into their beer. Produced for BBC Audio in Bristol by Toby Field

The Hatchards Podcast
Katy Hessel on The Hatchards Podcast Without Men

The Hatchards Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 34:03


On this special episode, male-identifying hosts Matt Hennessey and Ryan Edgington have been excommunicated from the programme in favour of guest hosts Lydia Porter and Alessia Arcuri who spoke to Katy Hessel about her new book, "The Story of Art Without Men." How many women artists do you know? Who makes art history? Did women even work as artists before the twentieth century? And what is the Baroque anyway?Discover the glittering Sofonisba Anguissola of the Renaissance, the radical work of Harriet Powers in the nineteenth-century USA, and the artist who really invented the Readymade. Explore the Dutch Golden Age, the astonishing work of post-War artists in Latin America, and the women artists defining art in the 2020s. Have your sense of art history overturned, and your eyes opened to many art forms often overlooked or dismissed. From the Cornish coast to Manhattan, Nigeria to Japan this is the history of art as it's never been told before....And lest you had previously considered this show to be too male-dominated, this quasi-tokenistic act of self-immolation on the part of Matt and Ryan now permits us to never again address any future criticisms you may have about this fine programme. Especially if they are warranted.As always, we will continue to accept flattery and well wishes, as well as the occasional pint. This is The Hatchards Podcast... without men.

Tales of the British Isles
42: Cornish Wrecking

Tales of the British Isles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 69:55


Storms, shipwrecks, salvaging, surprising donkeys and satanic forces all feature in two tales of wrecking on the Cornish Coast. For musical credits, sources and more visit the website: https://talesofbritainandireland.com/episode-42-cornish-wreckers/ #myth #mythology #folklore #legends #cornwall

The Women's Running Podcast
Ep 107. Anxiety, mental health, marathon training, heckling

The Women's Running Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 80:06 Very Popular


Welcome to episode 107 of the Women's Running podcast. I'm your host, Esther Newman, and she's your other host, Holly Taylor. So in this episode it's a bit of a game of two halves – despite our podcast dropping every week as normal, we've actually had a bit of a break, it being the summer holidays and all. But while I've been not-eating Cornish pasties, Holly has had a very different time of it. As candid as ever, she talks about the swerve in mental health she's suffered over the past fortnight, and the tools she's using to help bump her back up again. She also talks about how while she had once used running as one of those tools, this time around it's been less helpful for her (all that said, we know that generally speaking running can be a brilliant support for our mental health). On my side of things, I've been training for the Great North Run in September and the London Marathon in October – I've just about kept up with my plan while on holiday, but I've found the change in terrain and the second heat wave very challenging. And while ostensibly I'm on track, my mind is spiralling with all the things that *could* go wrong, and also all the reasons why the bad runs were bad, and why the good runs were good, and how all these things are going to affect my races negatively one way or another. Please tell us how your training is going! We also talk about some emails we've had in on the back of our chats about heckling, and they're really shocking. And again, do please let us know if you've had experiences like this – I think talking about it like we began to do during our We Will campaign is one of the best things we can do to raise awareness that this happens and how we feel as a result.LinksThis episode is sponsored by SportsShoes! Search London Marathon at sportsshoes.com and use the code WRPOD on all orders over £50 claim 10% off.Please support us on Patreon and you'll get some lovely patron-only perks, including an exclusive newsletter from me and Holly! Get your hands on your first issue of Women's Running magazine for just £1. Just enter WRSS22POD at the checkout.Thank you for listening. Email us at wrpodcast@anthem.co.uk with any questions or running stories, as we'd love to include them.  Get bonus content on Patreon Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

FredTalk
110. Lights Out with Aaron Ransom and Jordan Cornish

FredTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 62:08


Would you rather be tall with a high pitch voice or short with a deep voice?, stories from our comedy trip to NYC, attractive mediocre people, and then we breakdown down another petty moment this time coming from Europe! Support our sponsor at ownthechaos.com and sign-up for their stock watchlist to get a daily e-mail on the 5 stocks to watch that day.

Luisterrijk luisterboeken
A Cornish Christmas

Luisterrijk luisterboeken

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 3:00


Nestled in the Cornish village of Cloudsea, sits Sea Cottage – the perfect place for some Christmas magic ... At last Ivy is looking forward to Christmas...Uitgegeven door SAGA EgmontSpreker(s): Victoria Fox

Tudoriferous
S1 - 024 - Michael An Gof and Thomas Flamank

Tudoriferous

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 108:09


Leaders of the Cornish rebellion.  Experience with them the long, long march from Cornwall to London, wonder at that little bit of bother in Taunton, watch helpless as they walk straight into a trap. *Warning*  The conversation gets very dark towards the end of the episode.

That Does Suit Madame, a Podcast about
Episode 82 - “The Cricket Match” Are You Being Served Again / Grace & Favour

That Does Suit Madame, a Podcast about "Are You Being Served?"

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 60:30


We love our fun and funny chat with @MsJoanneHeywood on our last podcast episode (and the #Unanimous do too!). -Are- we actually in Northern Mississippi? The rumours continue… Our collective noun to name the listeners of our podcast: “The Unanimous”. The great behind-the-scenes that Ms. Heywood provided the show from her fabulous motorbike scene with Capt. Peacock! We only have 4 original AYBSA/Grace & Favour episodes left to talk about. Mr. James, the current captain of the Grace Bros. Table Tennis Team, left us a lovely voicemail on the PEACOCK Hotline. Americans: which local PBS station did you originally learn about AYBS in the 90s? Send a tweet or FB message, tag us, and then tag the PBS station! Who is the UK “late night” chat show king/queen? Americans are leaving Millstone Manor as the episode opens. Is the American who says their stay was “swell” on “Absolutely Fabulous”? Mr. Brandon is convinced. The Mollie Sugden/Mrs. Slocombe grimaces! Miss. Braham's lesbian barrister admirer. “I'm the other way.” “I'm in between - bifocals!” Our “moment of butch”. And we attempt to explain the cricket. (And then we post a great explanation video on YouTube out of guilt) “What a sticky wicket”. Put the poles in the holes! The scene where Mr. Molturd and Mrs. Slocombe appear to be assisting each other under the marquee's canvas. A beautiful shot of Fleur Bennett and John Inman as Humphries and Mavis. Mrs. Slocombe's tuba music while she pulled the roller on the lawn. Devonshire vs. Cornish and scones; does jam or clotted cream go first? Mr. Jeff salivates over his favourite sandwich from his recent jaunt to London. The gingerbread men cookies. Maybe Mavis and Humphries should get married?! The recycled joke “If life was a train from London to Birmingham, I've just gone past Rugby”. Miss. Lovelock outshines Peacock with The Times' crosswords. Mr. Thorpe and Miss. Prescott from the solicitor's office appear about selling some assets for a massage parlour (And remind us of Young Mr. Grace). And some casual, cringey racist jokes. A suitor from Mavis's past appears from Tender Bottom. The cricket match! Falling pants, Humphries' shorts, and an errant ball. Coming soon: the That Does Suit Madame Northern Mississippi Cricket Team? Treat yourself to some That Does Suit Madame merch at our Bargain Basement podcast shop at imfree.threadless.com for t-shirts, mugs, tote bags, and more! Leave the show a voicemail at the Peacock Hotline: (662)-PEACOCK (662-732-2625) and find us on Twitter @DoesSuitMadame and #AYBS #AreYouBeingServed #ImFree #Britcom #comedy #ThatDoesSuitMadame #GraceBros #podcast #LGBT #BlackLivesMatter #BBC #AreYouBeingServedAgain #GraceAndFavour #GraceAndFavor

The Heart of Hospice
A Conversation with Judy Cornish, Creator of the DAWN Method for Dementia Caregivers, Episode 118

The Heart of Hospice

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 53:04


Our guest Judy Cornish is the founder of the Dementia & Alzheimer's Wellbeing Network and the creator of the DAWN Method, a method for working with people who have dementia that helps them develop and retain a sense of security and wellbeing. As an elder law attorney, Judy had no experience with people with dementia until she met a new neighbor and began to help her lead a full life.  Judy identified that the medical model doesn't work well when it comes to managing life with dementia.  She created the DAWN Method, a system that's simple enough to be used by caregivers in the home and works in care facilities as well.  Founded on the belief that dementia doesn't take away all our skills, the DAWN Method fosters the skills and strengths of the individual.  Ms. Cornish's organization provides online training programs for families and professional caregivers, as well as staff training for agencies and facilities. Her goal is to see dignified dementia care become available for all. You can get more information about the DAWN Method here.  Find Judy Cornish's blog here. Access Judy's free resources for Dementia Training here. If your facility would like to train your staff to work with dementia patients using the DAWN Method, click here. Find more information about hospice philosophy, end-of-life care, and self-care for both personal and professional caregivers here.  Find more podcast episodes from The Heart of Hospice here: https://theheartofhospice.libsyn.com/

DORiS radio
Rip Cornish | Sustained Faith | DORiS radio | 9.34

DORiS radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 43:43


This week on DORiS we sit down with Rip Cornish. Rip is a designer, motivational speaker and the founder of sustained Faith. we had an awesome conversation about the effects of incarceration, dealing with depression and healing through motivating others. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/doris-media/message

Kaleo Life
Ps 34 - Gospel Focused Contentment | Chris Cornish

Kaleo Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022


The Level Up English Podcast
#174 A Daily Language Learning Routine

The Level Up English Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 31:39 Very Popular


I thought it would be a nice time to give a 2022 update on my current language learning routine and what my daily schedule looks like. Hopefully it gives you some ideas on how you can shape your own routines and if there's anything you'd like to tweak or add. I talk about my morning and afternoon routines, how many languages I"m learning, my levels in each one, and even give you some examples of my speaking them!Show notes page - https://levelupenglish.school/podcast174Sign Up for Free Lessons - https://www.levelupenglish.school/#freelessonsJoin Level Up English - https://courses.levelupenglish.schoolBy becoming a member, you can access all podcast transcripts, listen to the private podcast and join live lessons and courses on the website.Charles Dickens: A Brain on Fire!

Luisterrijk luisterboeken
Secrets of Magpie Cove

Luisterrijk luisterboeken

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 3:00


Lila had a favourite rock to sit on towards the back of the cove, where she often ate her breakfast, gazing out at the tumbling Cornish sea...Uitgegeven door SAGA EgmontSpreker(s): Katie Villa

Luisterrijk luisterboeken
Daughters of Magpie Cove

Luisterrijk luisterboeken

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 3:00


Connie stared out at the quiet Cornish sea as the hazy early morning light bathed the horizon in a beautiful golden glow...Uitgegeven door SAGA EgmontSpreker(s): Katie Villa

The Cooking Show
Episode 13: Tortuga de Sel

The Cooking Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 13:35


Imgur AlbumSpecial Ingredients: NoneSpecial Equipment: Creme Brûlée Torch (optional)Ingredients:4 Cornish Hens1 Lemon1 Yellow onion4 Tbsp chopped garlic chive1 Tbsp chopped oregano1 tsp chopped sage10-12 lbs of coarse kosher salt4-6 cups of waterParchment paper (optional)Preheat the oven to 400ºF.Into the cavity of each Cornish hen, place a quarter of a lemon, a handful of diced onion, and a generous pinch of the chopped herbs. Then, coat the exterior of each hen with the remaining herbs.You'll need approximately 3lbs of salt for each hen. To 3lbs of salt, add 1 cup of water and mix by hand to achieve a texture similar to that of wet sand. Create a bed of salt for each hen on parchment paper on a cookie sheet, or directly on the cookie sheet. Set each hen on its own bed of salt and then add pack handfuls of salt around each bird until they are completely encased. Bake for 60 minutes. A probe thermometer can pierce the salt shell and plunge into the flesh in different directions. Ensure an internal temperature of at least 155º before removing from the oven. Allow them to rest for 15-20 minutes. In that time, the hens will continue to increase in temperature. After resting, crack the salt shells open with a wooden mallet or a heavy handled implement. Carefully peel back the large shards of salt crust. There may be considerable amounts of steam coming from the interior, so be careful not to burn your fingers. The birds can either be served as-is or you can toast the skin with the torch to add color, texture, and flavor.

Muub Tube
Mark Jenkin's Enys Men

Muub Tube

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 67:15


This week, the boys complete their New Horizons derive; casting a wide net over the work of Cornish filmmaker Mark Jenkin. Between the devil and the deep blue sea, they set sail for Enys Men (his latest) before dipping their oars into Jenkin's preceding forays into hand-cranked celluloid (Bait and Bronco's House). Questions. What's eating contemporary British filmmaking, and how can we escape the leery lobster-pot of hauntological homages and atavistic hauntings? Derrida's spectres – Fisher's ghosts. They're knocking on the door and asking for a cup of sugar. Maybe it's time we told them to get lost.

Bryony Gordon's Mad World
James Purefoy

Bryony Gordon's Mad World

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 53:36


James Purefoy is one of Britain's most prolific actors, appearing in everything from the Royal Shakespeare Company to Netflix's Sex Education. But his latest film, Fisherman's Friends: One and For All, while ostensibly about a bunch of Cornish blokes who sing sea shanties, is really about the fragile issue that is male mental health. James joins Bryony to talk about dealing with the grief of his father, while playing a character grieving their father, boarding schools as a place to 'cauterise people's emotions' and the power of articulating your pain. Fisherman's Friends: One and For All is in cinemas across the UK and Irelands from Friday 19th August |Read more from Bryony: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/authors/bryony-gordon/ |For 30 days' free access to The Telegraph: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/madworld |Follow Bryony on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bryonygordon/ |See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Mindful Surfer
Relax...no one actually cares how you surf!

The Mindful Surfer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 60:40


This week, we dive deep into letting go of ego - the part of us that cares so greatly that we don't fall off or kook it up in front of a crowded or intense line up... Liam discusses recent surf trips to the Bristol wave park - loving life in board shorts no less!! He rode his twinny and goes onto to talk about a thought experiment into what it might be like to test out loads of different boards and approaches to surfing at a wave park and what it could do to advance your surfing.  Will chat's about bumping into "the shit wave police" in the sea on recent Cornish excursions - and how different his morning and evening surf's were (performance wise)  The lads then finish on chats about mindfulness, the power of raising your consciousness via plant medicines and how to raise the stoke by taking better care of your body.  Stay stoked guys!  Liam & Will  

Hell Or High Water
EP.21: Lucas Beaufort – Gus Gus & Friends

Hell Or High Water

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 57:15


Lucas Beaufort, a self-described dreamer, living in a world surrounded by beautiful monsters, Lucas' distinctive artwork explores the connections mirroring his own affinity with the world and people around him. From his interwoven net-like murals to ‘Gus Gus', the playful character who wanders the world experiencing all without seeing or judging, we worked closely with Lucas to adorn the range with bespoke designs, exclusive to the collaboration.In celebration of his work and creative output, we had Lucas down in Cornwall with us back in July - a few days on the cliff with the Finisterre crew and the rest of the thriving Cornish creative crowd. We hosted one of Lucas' inspired art camps, inviting a host of local art-smiths to put brush to canvas to beautiful effect. All topped off nicely with a bit of a knees up, a glass of savvy b and some pétanque - a big thanks to all who came by and revelled in the art and counter culture with us.

StickInRink Podcast
Episode 232 w/ Jeremy Cornish

StickInRink Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 62:00


My guest today is Jeremy Cornish Another edition of the "5 toughest opponents" series but JC also wanted to add his "5 toughest teammates" So sit back and enjoy https://www.eliteprospects.com/player/13777/jeremy-cornish Welcome to the 4th Line Voice #EnforcerBasedPodcasting presented by The Hockey Podcast Network Join Darren, a lifelong hockey fan who dives deep into the often misunderstood role of the hockey enforcer. Guests include fellow fight fans and former players who share their unique stories and perspective on the highs and lows of playing and performing the tough-guy role. Episode 232 #DraftKings promo code THPN If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Follow us on Twitter @4thlinevoice @hockeypodnet thehockeypodcastnetwork.com Rate & Review on Itunes & Apple Podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

4th Line Voice Podcast
Episode 232 w/ Jeremy Cornish

4th Line Voice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 62:15


My guest today is Jeremy Cornish Another edition of the "5 toughest opponents" series but JC also wanted to add his "5 toughest teammates" So sit back and enjoy https://www.eliteprospects.com/player/13777/jeremy-cornish Welcome to the 4th Line Voice #EnforcerBasedPodcasting presented by The Hockey Podcast Network Join Darren, a lifelong hockey fan who dives deep into the often misunderstood role of the hockey enforcer. Guests include fellow fight fans and former players who share their unique stories and perspective on the highs and lows of playing and performing the tough-guy role. Episode 232 #DraftKings promo code THPN If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Follow us on Twitter @4thlinevoice @hockeypodnet thehockeypodcastnetwork.com Rate & Review on Itunes & Apple Podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sound & Vision
Galen Cheney

Sound & Vision

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 80:26


Galen Cheney is a painter living and working in North Adams, Massachusetts.  Galen received a BA from Mount Holyoke College and an MFA from the Maryland Institute, College of Art.  She has had solo exhibitions at David Richard Gallery in NYC, the Aidron-Duckworth Museum in Berlin, NH, the University of Maine at Augusta, The Painting Center in NYC, Da Wang Culture Highland in Shenzhen, China, Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish, NH, and Galerie 1225 in Montreal among many others.  Her many group exhibitions include Mark Bettis Gallery in Asheville, Khawam Modern + Contemporary in West Palm Beach, Lockwood Gallery in Kingston, NY, Berkshire Art Museum in North Adams, MA, The Fleming Museum in Burlington, VT, SITE Gallery in Brooklyn, Greenville (SC) Center for the Arts, Gray Contemporary in Houston and the University of Dallas. She has received fellowships to attend residencies at the Millay Colony, Da Wang Culture Highland in China, and the Vermont Studio Center.  In 2020 she received a North Adams Project Grant and in 2019 attended the Studios at MASS MoCA. Her work has been collected widely and has been featured in many publications, including New American Paintings, Berkshire Magazine, Kolaj Magazine, Art New England, Studio Visit, Tupelo, Mud Season Review, Whitefish Review, and The Laurel of Asheville.  The many blogs that have featured her work include Art Spiel, I Like Your Work, The Weird Show, Design Milk, Artsy Forager The Periphery and Pattern Pulp.

WorldAroundEwe's podcast
The Cornish Owlman

WorldAroundEwe's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 45:16


This episode's about the winged menace of Mawnan. A demonic winged man that seems to prey on people in a cemetery. Join the Patreon for exclusive content here www.patreon.com/worldaroundewe  All my links are on www.linktr.ee/worldaroundewe  Hello Fresh sponsored this episode and they provided this link for you to get a discount. https://hellofresh-uk.648q.net/c/3408033/651733/7901 #sponsor

The Marc Jeffrey Show
Episode 213 - Cornish Coastal Walk Part 2

The Marc Jeffrey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 61:36


On this episode me and George do another leg of the Cornish Coastal Path. On the Second night we Bivi camp down on a nice piece of grass next to a secluded beach and record a podcast on my new tascam DR-40. It was a test run for future mobile episodes that i have planned. Apologies for not the best audio but we all have to start somewhere. Tell what what you think email me thepodcastcscholar@hotmail.com

Creative Ways Podcast
How to use the 12 Universal Laws to Create a Life of Freedom-Jackeline Wild

Creative Ways Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 69:46


The extremely talented Jacqueline Wild is absolute proof that we can manifest a life with what we are really after … freedom  time to play, surf, wild sea swimming, explore kelp forest cycle and sleep under the stars in Cornwall where she left her capital city life in London to sleeping under the stars in Cornwall.   Jacqueline and her childhood sweetheart Dal followed the whispers and spent their 20's and 30's travelling the country in their campervan working the festivals.   Both have created a life that is full of freedom and joy and working with the Laws of the Universe around their toddler in their life in Cornwall   Dal has a cacao business ‘Food of the Gods' you can find him at Sennen Cove market and many Cornish farmer markets.   Jacqueline's degree is in English, labelled the writer out of the two sisters growing up and not the artist. This trust and working with the universe meant that she knew she could try her hand at illustration and boy has it worked! She now has two tiers to her business, selling her prints as products physically at markets and Etsy and designing for an agent. Jackeline's Takeaways We can't all swim wildly or surf, but you can find a moment each day alone, under the bridge away from anyone else to hear your inner thoughts, this is what most people are afraid of, it's the only way we can heal, and we can only create our best art when we are listening Prioritise hobbies – it's important for our inner creative souls/ our inner being Follow the feeling then you can follow the breadcrumbs correctly If that feeling seems too frisky – off track, for example, finding a forest or diving for kelp, remember we are creative beings, this is what lights us up! Energy meets energy, go shift yours before putting pen to paper Shamanic practices like cord cutting are extremely powerful in letting go of the energies that have held you back Links https://creativesparrow.co.uk/creatives/jacqueline-wild Www.Instagram.com/glitter_earth Www.glitterandearth.Etsy.com Www.glitterandearth.com www.foodofthegods.org.uk/about.html www.emmaisaacs.co.uk www.instagram/emmaisaacsdesigns

Save Me From My Shelf
Bonus: Blooper Reel #3 - Four Legs Good

Save Me From My Shelf

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 5:06


More bonus content for the summer hiatus.It's all about animals this time: all the ones Daniel hates, the ones that turn up in dreams, and the ones that our natural enemies (the Devonians) use to mock the Cornish.Cover art © Catherine Wu.Episode theme: Camille Saint-Saens, Carnival of the Animals, 'Finale'. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Leaders Of Tomorrow Podcast
290 | Parents Podcast | Barry Cornish and Andrea McMullen

Leaders Of Tomorrow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 48:07


In today's special episode of Leaders of Tomorrow, Chris continues the series of interviews with some of our former operators' parents to reveal more about The Student Works Management Program and how things look from the inside.    The first guest is Barry Cornish,  the father of Brandon Cornish, one of our top operators who is now a Business Coach.   You will find out who Brandon was before joining the program and what were some of the jobs he had.   Barry will reveal why he was skeptical when he heard about his son joining the program and what made him change his opinion.   He will also talk about the challenges he saw his son overcoming during his first season and how The Student Works Management Program changed Brandon both professionally and personally.   The second guest is Andrea McMullen, owner of ADM Design and mother of Taylor Nicholls who is in his third year at Student Works.   You will find out what Taylor was doing the summer before Student Works.   Andrea will share what her initial reaction was when she found out about her son joining the program.   She will also talk about Taylor's experience with the business during the COVID pandemic and some of the challenges she saw him overcome during his seasons.   For these and much more, join Chris and his guests as they dive deep into the parent's perspectives of their children operating with the Student Works Management Program.  What You Will Learn In This Show: Why was Barry skeptical when he heard about the program and what made him change his opinion What challenges did Barry see his son overcoming during his first season? How has Student Works changed Brandon both professionally and personally? What Andrea has Taylor develop over time and what she believes the operators get out of our program Taylor's experience with the business during the COVID pandemic What challenges did Andreea see Taylor overcoming during his seasons? And so much more...   Resources: Student Works Admdesign.ca ADM Design Instagram: @admdesigninc

The Two-Minute Briefing
The Evening Briefing: Tuesday, August 2

The Two-Minute Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 2:33


Liz Truss: U-turn on public sector pay plan after backlashTriple lock: Truss to restore the £21bn pension promise Rishi Sunak brokeScottish independence: Rishi Sunak claims Liz Truss has no plan to defeat Nicola Sturgeon'Carrying crossbow': Windsor Castle intruder charged under Treason Act with intending to harm the QueenShark attack: Worst incident of its kind off Cornish coast in 175 years'Extemely dangerous': China vows 'targeted military action' after Nancy Pelosi lands in TaiwanStart of a megabrand: The untold stories behind the Premier League picture that began it allRead all these articles and stay expertly informed anywhere, anytime with a digital subscription. Start your free one-month trial today to gain unlimited website and app access. Cancel anytime. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3v8HLez.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Our Voices - in the NHS
6. Tinu Cornish on Her Experiences of Racism at School

Our Voices - in the NHS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 16:48 Transcription Available


Tinu talks about her experiences of growing up and experiencing racism at school. At the time, racism was institutionalised and virtually ever-present in Tinu's school life. However, there was one place where Tinu felt safe and there was one special teacher whom she had always remembered fondly. It wasn't until she returned to her old school for a final reunion that she realised how her special teacher had actually let her down.  “It's the moment where everything you thought you knew about something completely changes. They say when you're dying that your life flashes in front of your eyes. It's that sort of experience in reverse where basically you sort of unwind a whole history, a whole narrative.” ********************* Huge thanks to our sponsor, The https://our-voices.captivate.fm/rya-home (Royal Yachting Association) (RYA) Visit the https://our-voices.captivate.fm/rya (RYA website) to find your local club and get involved ********************* http://ourvoicespodcast.com/ (Check out the Our Voices website for more on this story) http://ourvoicespodcast.com/ (We're also on )https://www.facebook.com/ourvoicesinthenhs (Facebook), https://twitter.com/OurVoices14 (Twitter) and https://www.instagram.com/ourvoicespod/ (Instagram) A https://our-voices.captivate.fm/fascinate-productions (Fascinate) Production

Kisses on a Postcard
Part 7: The Bombing of Plymouth

Kisses on a Postcard

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 19:08


The Germans bomb Plymouth. Jack, Terry and Auntie Rose take shelter in a subway. Plus the meaning of “dreckly” - Cornish for mañana.Includes the songs Abide with Me and There’s a War On.Starring John Owen-Jones, Katy Secombe, Brandon McGuiness and Frankie Joel-Celoni. Adapted, directed and produced by Dominic Frisby.Order original Kisses on a Postcard CDs here.Kisses on a Postcard, the intensely moving musical by Terence Frisby, tells the story of two boys in WWII - Terry and Jack, aged seven and eleven, who, to escape German bombing, are evacuated from their family in south-east London to a tiny village in Cornwall, where they spend the next four years.Full of surprising humour and memorable songs, this is unique portrait of an extraordinary time in British history.“Enchanting, profoundly moving and delightful,” Charles Spencer, the Telegraph. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit kisses.substack.com

Classic Ghost Stories
The Nameless Offspring by Clark Ashton Smith

Classic Ghost Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 69:49


Clark Ashton Smith Clark Ashton Smith was an American writer born in Long Valley, California in 1893 who died in Pacific Grove, California in 1961, aged 68.  They are actually four hundred and twenty eight miles apart which is longer than the whole of England.  For comparison I have only made two hundred yards from the place I was born to the place I now live. He lived most of his life in the small town of Auburn, California.  He was madly neurotic, agoraphobic and as with Lovecraft, the existential unease he no doubt felt in life, intrudes into his stories, giving them their unsettling quality, I would guess. Because of his nerves, he was educated at home and was intelligent with a fantastic memory and educated himself by reading, including The Encyclopaedia Britannica all volumes cover to cover more than once. He taught himself French and Spanish and translated poetry from those languages, including Baudelaire's The Flowers of Evil. Naturally. Clark was a weird poet and one of the now defunct West Coast Romantics. I can see him playing guitar for Mazzy Star (if he'd been spared).  He was one of the ‘big three' authors of Weird Tales, the others being Robert E Howard and H P Lovecraft. As a teen (though in those days I wouldn't have been familiar with that word) I lapped up all three, though I preferred Ashton Smith. There is something more poetic and less rude about his style than either the barbarous, muscle-bound stories of Howard and the off-kilter, prolix and baroque tales of H P.  Though, as I say, I read them all, aye. All. We have done an Ashton Smith story before: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSkA3Hq8qIU (The Maker of Gargoyles). This story: The Nameless Offspring is another tomb story. We seem to have done a run of these recently: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2pSp2_ZPOyA (The Catacomb), https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eC9epxbb-JU (The Secret of The Vault). And previously we did The https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iC-kCEb_oTE (Fall of the House of Usher). It was published in Strange Tales in 1932, and in those days publishing in these pulp magazine was the standard process.  Many of the writers of pulps purveyed Cosmic Horror. Of course the primary voice here is H P Lovecraft and his  taste seems to have stamped itself on his followers and his approval, given them a significant advantage. Lovecraft was a great admirer of Ashton Smith. You will recall that to write a classic story in this period: first set it somewhere obscure either in time or distance from your average reader> Make the weather bad. Have a gothic edifice: a castle, though in this case and old (Cornish from the name) Manor House will do. Have an aged retainer, an obscure history that is not fully discussed, an aristocrat, poor light then you just need a monster and you're on. This tale has it all. And let's face it what Hollywood producers say (though not to me) ‘We want more of the same, but different.”  This is what we have.  Smith is great with descriptions. I prefer his prose to Lovecraft. IT was the fashion to use obscure words and lots of them, but he does it in a less awkward way than Lovecraft and one that is not as open to parody. The story begins with a little background that makes sense of what is to follow along with a warning that he never foresaw the terrible truth, etc. he goes on a trip and inadvertently comes across the evil Tremoth Hall. How likely is that actually? The place receives few visitors in common with nearly every Manor House in all the stories we have read. None of them are open to the National Trust. I read one recently by Sarah Perry (author of Melnoth the Wanderer and the Essex Serpent) in a collection by English Heritage, that had as its scene a historic property open to the public, though the action there happened when the public were not present. The horrible history is not too hidden, but what is well done is the weird scratching that grows and...

Bliss of the Abyss
89 - Must Watch Changes Everything Finally Happened Nobody Would've Believed THIS!

Bliss of the Abyss

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 42:25


Welcome back to TBOTA! Discussed ad-plauseum: Hurling, Weddings, Cornish wrasslin, cancel culture, clickbait, rural Ireland, Shit Life Syndrome (SLS), Depths of Wikipedia, slacktivism, and the important debate - Brinner vs. Dinfast! Support the show: Give us a rating & review Become a patron and help me make this show. Bonus episodes every week>> https://www.patreon.com/theblissoftheabyss Like and follow us on Facebook or Instagram Rent the award-winning One Jewish Boy My Webpage © Robert Neumark Jones

Read Me a Poem
“Harriet in the Promised Land” by Sam Cornish

Read Me a Poem

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 3:03


Amanda Holmes reads Sam Cornish's poem “Harriet in the Promised Land.” Have a suggestion for a poem by a (dead) writer? Email us: podcast@theamericanscholar.org. If we select your entry, you'll win a copy of a poetry collection edited by David Lehman. This episode was produced by Stephanie Bastek and features the song “Canvasback” by Chad Crouch. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Time4Coffee Podcast
1005: How to Break Into Functional Medicine as an African-American Woman With Dr. Eboni Cornish, Amen Clinics [Espresso Shots]

Time4Coffee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 25:02


Dr. Eboni Cornish works at Amen Clinics, where she specializes in infectious diseases and functional medicine and the treatment of Lyme Disease, environmental toxicity, among other chronic conditions. She completed her family medicine residency at Georgetown University. The post 1005: How to Break Into Functional Medicine as an African-American Woman With Dr. Eboni Cornish, Amen Clinics [Espresso Shots] appeared first on Time4Coffee.