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Over the years we've seen some pretty interesting baby names, from Apple to North, even Pilot and Cricket. And then there's Elon Musk's son X Æ A-12 - supposedly pronounced 'Ash'. But this week, Australian journalist Kirsten Drysdale made headlines after naming her newborn boy something seriously controversial: Methamphetamine Rules. Drysdale was testing the limits of Australia's Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages to see if the name could possibly be approved and to her surprise…it was. In this episode of The Quicky we take a look at the names you can and can't name your new bundle of joy, and just how Methamphetamine Rules slipped past the approvals. Subscribe to Mamamia Complete the survey for a chance to go in the running to win a $50 gift voucher - survey link here GET IN TOUCH Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org CONTACT US Got a topic you'd like us to cover? Send us an email at email@example.com CREDITS Host: Elfy Scott With thanks to: Kirsten Drysdale - ABC Journalist and Presenter, Mum of 3 Producer: Elfy Scott Executive Producer: Kally Borg Audio Producer: Thom LionBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We rewind to the 2011 World Cup that was jointly hosted by India, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh - and talk about ODI cricket back then, the bowler-friendly nature of many games, the big upsets, the nail-biting finishes, and a cathartic moment for India - and a generation that had never knew what it meant to win a World Cup. Support 81allout on Ko-Fi Talking Points: The roundabout connection between the hosts of the 2011 World Cup and India taking part in the 2007 World T20 How India had turned into a feisty ODI side leading up to the World Cup The close ODI series in South Africa before the World Cup Sehwag and Kohli trouncing Bangladesh in the opening game The pulsating tie against England in Bangalore Australia's first loss in a World Cup since 1999 - against Pakistan Steyn leading South Africa to a thrilling win in Nagpur Sri Lanka thriving in their home conditions - throttling the opponents Sri Lanka's thumping of England in the quarter-final - and echoes of 1996 India's bowling attack - dealing in cutters, slower ones and knuckle-balls An unforgettable night at the Motera - when India overcame Australia The hype before Mohali - and the eventual anti-climax of India v Pakistan Mahela's silken grace in the final - an innings for the gods The riveting partnership between Gambhir and Kohli Dhoni... finishes off in style Participants: Siddhartha Vaidyanathan (@sidvee) DP Prashant (@prashantdptweet) Ashoka (@ABVan) Mahesh Sethuraman (@cornerd) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Buy The Summer Game by Gideon Haigh (recently republished by 81allout) India (hardback) | India (paperback) | India (e-copy) Australia (paperback, e-copy) USA (hardback, paperback, e-copy) UK (hardback, paperback, e-copy) Canada (hardback, paperback, e-copy) Related: Previous 81allout episodes on World Cups - 1987, 1992, 1996, 1999, 2003 On Board Test, Trial, and Triumph: My Years in BCCI - Ratnakar Shetty - Amazon The Test of My Life: From Cricket to Cancer and Back - Yuvraj Singh - Amazon 'I wanted to hug him and hit him at the same time till he confirmed we'd won the World Cup' - India's players look back on their triumph - The Cricket Monthly BJP's Control of Cricket in India - Sharda Ugra - Caravan Kevin O'Brien's record century against England - ICC - YouTube War Minus the Shooting - Revisiting the 1996 World Cup through a classic book - 81allout podcast
Today's poem is Cricket Song by George Kalogeris. This episode was originally released on February 27, 2023. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, Major writes… “At times, no words exist to capture our rapid, forward-marching world. Life outpaces language. It is then we attempt to create fresh language or rinse cycle words until we have a new purchase on old concepts. For example, for about a decade, I've been trying to formulate a word that explains the phenomenon of contagious yawning. It's a thing and I'm haunted by this lack in our speech. It is what leads me to sing.” Celebrate the power of poems with a gift to The Slowdown today. Every donation makes a difference: https://tinyurl.com/rjm4synp
Episode 288 - A Yank on the Footy, A chat with Tom Dunmore, VP of Marketing for Major League Cricket In this episode, I sit down for a chat with Tom Dunmore the Vice President of Marketing for Major League Cricket here in the U.S. New podcast website Have a sticker for your local footy club that you want to share? My mailing address is: Craig Wessels 1124 McKinley St. Sandusky Ohio 44870 USA Guest Intake Form - link Want to help out the podcast? Leave me a review! Buy me a coffee, Podcast fundraiser Podcast "merch" storefront @Yank_on A Yank on the Footy Podcast - Home | Facebook firstname.lastname@example.org Major League Cricket Minor League Cricket MLC Network - YouTube Tom Dunmore | LinkedIn https://twitter.com/tomdunmore Club of the episode - The Dookie United Dooks Dookie United Football & Netball Club MAILING LIST signup: I hope you'll consider signing up for the mailing list, so you'll be the first to have the new episode dropped off right into your inbox. You can sign up for the mailing list that is on ayankonthefooty.com For crisis support, please contact: Lifeline http://lifeline.org.au 13 11 14 Beyond Blue http://beyondblue.org.au 1300 22 4636 In the U.S.: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ 1-800-273-8255 – Active duty military and veterans, dial 988 and press 1
In March 2023, the first season of the Women's India Premier League, the world's second most valuable cricketing league, behind only the men's IPL, was played. Five teams battled it out to claim the crown, comprised of international teams of women cricketers at the top of their game who earned ten times more than they can elsewhere. While Indian players dominated, there was another factor that marked them out - many Indian women cricketers are single. As Indian women's cricket has shot to the top of the global stage, how does this rapid change reflect broader changes in Indian society?
If you didn't grow up as a child in Israel, chances are you don't know the sounds animals make in Hebrew, nor the verbs we use to describe them. Guy to the rescue. Hear the All-Hebrew Episode on Patreon New Words and Expressions: Miao – Meow – מיאו Leyalel – To wail, to complain – ליילל Dai leyalel! – Stop complaining – די ליילל Klavlav – Small dog (kelev katan) – כלבלב Hav-hav – Woof-woof – הב-הב Kelev nove'ah – Dog barking – כלב נובח Ha-klavim novchim ve-ha-shayara overet – The dogs bark but the caravan goes on – הכלבים נובחים והשיירה עוברת Tsif-tsif/tsvits-tsvits – Chirp-chirp – ציף-ציף/צוויץ-צוויץ Tsiporim metsaytsot – Birds chirping – ציפורים מצייצות Letsayets – To chirp/tweet – לצייץ Tarnegol – Rooster – תרנגול Cookoorikoo – Cookadoodledoo – קוקוריקו Ha-tarnegol kore – The rooster crows – התרנגול קורא Kri'at ha-tarnegol – The rooster crow – קריאת התרנגול Tsfarde'ah mekarkeret – Frog croaking – צפרדע מקרקרת Mekarkeret li ha-beten – My stomach is grumbling – מקרקרת לי הבטן Kirkur – Croaking – קרקור Dvorim mezamzemot – Bees buzzing – דבורים מזמזמות Lezamzem – To buzz – לזמזם Zimzum – Buzz – זמזום Zimzum shel matos kal – A buzz of a light airplane – זמזום של מטוס קל Zamzam – Buzzer – זמזם Lin'or – To hee-haw – לנעור Ha-hamor no'er – The donkey hea-haws – החמור נוער Ha-kvasim po'ot – The sheep bleat – הכבשים פועות Lif'ot – To bleat – לפעות Ha-kivsa poah – The sheep bleat (sg.) – הכבשה פועה Ha-para go'ah – The cow moos – הפרה גועה Ha-para osa moo – The cow moos – הפרה עושה מו Tsartsar metsartser – Cricket chirping – צרצר מצרצר Playlist and Clips: Yoni Rechter & Ha-keves Ha-shisha-asar – Pnina Mati Caspi – Klavlav, ho bidi bambam (lyrics) Hava Alberstein – Mak'hela Aliza (lyrics) Ilan Peled – Kookoorikoo Hatuna Kaveret – Tango Tsfardaim (lyrics) Zoom Zoom Zoom Hava Alberstein – Ha-hamor Ha-katan (lyrics) Danny Sanderson – Shir Ro'im (lyrics) Miki Kam – Tango Kfar Saba (lyrics) Yoni Rechter & Yehudit Ravits – Laila Tov (lyrics)
Wil Anderson (@wilosophy.com and tofop.com) is back with ANOTHER sport American's can't fathom… Australian Rules Football. It's oval, the field is oval and the distances are “eyeballed.” Remember his Cricket ep? He is great. You will love. Donate to The Dork Forest if you like the show. The paypal is my email email@example.com and venmo is jackiekashian. Links to everything is at www.dorkforest.com or www.jackiekashian.com. Merch: New MERCH – beanie!! Union Made USA. And… All the things. www.jackiekashian.com. Premium eps of TDF are taped live and available here: https://thedorkforest.bandcamp.com/ Youtube has everything too. It's @jackiekashian on all the social mediaz. Audio and Video by Patrick Brady Music is by Mike Ruekberg Website design by Vilmos #applepodcasts #spotify #amazon #youtube #tiktok Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Cyrus Says, Cock & Bull!Become a member of Club Cyrus SaysIn today's episode, Cyrus is joined by Rohan and Niv!On the show, Rohan and Niv talk about their brand new show on the IVM Podcasts Network called ‘Smartphone Nation.' Cyrus and Rohan discuss various sports topics and have some more fun conversations.Subscribe to the Cyrus Says YouTube Channel for full video episodes!Follow Rohan on Twitter at @vyavaharkarFollow Niveditha on Instagram at @niv.prakasamListen to Cyrus Says across Audio PlatformsApple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Gaana | Amazon Music | Jio SaavnEmail your AMA questions to us at firstname.lastname@example.orgDon't forget to follow Cyrus Says' official Instagram handle at @whatcyrussaysConnect with Cyrus on socials:Instagram | TwitterAnd don't forget to rate us!-x-x-xDisclaimer: The views, opinions, and statements expressed in the episodes of the shows hosted on the IVM Podcasts network are solely those of the individual participants, hosts, and guests, and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of IVM Podcasts or its management. IVM Podcasts does not endorse or assume responsibility for any content, claims, or representations made by the participants during the shows. This includes, but is not limited to, the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of any information provided. Any reliance you place on such information is strictly at your own risk. IVM Podcasts is not liable for any direct, indirect, consequential, or incidental damages arising out of or in connection with the use or dissemination of the content featured in the shows. Listener discretion is advised.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this video, we explore the African proverb "To catch a cricket one must move slowly." This wise saying teaches us the importance of patience and perseverance in all aspects of life. Here are three nuggets of wisdom from this proverb: 1. Patience is key to success. When we are patient, we are more likely to make sound decisions and avoid rushing into things. 2. Slow and steady wins the race. Even if we are not the fastest or most talented, we can achieve our goals if we are patient and persistent. 3. Good things take time. It is important to remember that success does not happen overnight. It takes time, effort, and dedication to achieve our goals. Join me on the #AFIAPodcast at 6 am PST/4 pm EAT on YouTube @okelojavan to listen to the full interview and share your thoughts in the comments below. SUBSCRIBE to get Daily African Proverbs and their meaning in your life https://rb.gy/jdavpn #MadarakaFestival: https://madarakafestival.com/ My New Book: Get your copy of Rooted In Love and dive deep into the world of love, and self-discovery. https://store.bookbaby.com/book/rooted-in-love RESOURCES: 1. Descript: Get the perfect production setup with Descript - the audio and video editing experts that make sure your content looks top-notch. https://www.descript.com/?lmref=877QnQ 2. Hostwinds: Get your web hosting sorted with HostWinds – the Webhosting experts that make sure you don't have to worry about your website. https://www.hostwinds.com/12980.html 3. Ecamm: Get the perfect streaming setup with Ecamm Live - the live streaming experts that make sure your show looks polished and professional. https://www.ecamm.com/mac/ecammlive/?fp_ref=simon80 4, Gusto: Looking for a reliable and user-friendly payroll and HR solution for your business? Look no further than Gusto! https://gusto.com/d/simon6633 ******************************
Cricket Azima always knew she wanted to be a chef and/or a teacher. Then she figured, why not both? After a journey of culinary school and huge healthy food seminars and zoom-cooking she finally was inspired to open Cricket's Candy Creations in Manhattan! And now visitors flock to her space to create all sorts of magical candy creations in one of the most delicious experiences you can find. If you're in NYC, definitely swing by. And if you have come across this interview, definitely hit play!
The water is warm, feel free to hop in. The picture of Waino and PlowHawk is an all-timer. People get upset when we don't start right on time. Doug tells a good historical story about the Browns. Adam Wainwright's 200th win. We play the audio from Bailey's and KMOX. The fellas talk about Waino's milestone victory. Iggy has a beef with the calls of the final out. The audience isn't happy with Iggy's breakdown. Other pitchers who are close to 200. Giveaways. Who will be the Blues new captain? Chris Naegel. Someone's on the phonelines, and it's either Timmy the Tickler, Doug's Glue Guzzler, or Dave Greene. It's DGG, so we are talking threesomes. Lifestyle parties. POT HIM DOWN! Larry Nickel joins for the WWE Recap. Cricket. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week we have Cave Cricket (AKA Kira Sassano) on the show to discuss her journey into modular and more! Kira's music: https://cavecricket.bandcamp.com/album/the-world Kira's Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/FiberBeing?ref=shop-header-name&listing_id=1186752081 New Website and STORE: https://www.podularmodcast.com/store SUPPORT POD MOD ON PATREON (https://www.patreon.com/podularmodcast) Thank you: 4ms: https://4mscompany.com/ Patchwerks: https://patchwerks.com/ AI Synthesis: https://aisynthesis.com/diy-synthesizer-module-shop/ Madrona Labs: https://madronalabs.com/products/kaivo?locale=us Tidbit/Setonix: https://www.etsy.com/market/tidbit_audio NOVATION: https://novationmusic.com/en/synths/summit WAVEFORM MAGAZINE: https://waveformmagazine.com/
MORNING HACK - You will increase your memory by 225% if you do this while you sleep! RYAN'S ROSES - In Glendale - She got a DM from someone that sat next to her husband on a plane... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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With Fitzy and Kate as captains we couldn't leave old mate Wip out on the sidelines. Wippa has a very special job this year with the whole day depending on his abilities in his new role. Do we think we can pull it off? Probably not but we love him anyway. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, Paul Foster (Michelin Star Chef) and Simon Alexander (award winning podcaster/ producer) are at The Home of Food Festival 2023, Lord's Cricket Ground. Simon & Paul are joined by resident chef, at Lord's, Tommy Banks as he embarks on the first festival of its kind at the home of Cricket. We also chat to Tom Shepherd of Upstairs, Will & Jack of Fallow and Alex Bond of Alchemilla & Mollis in Nottingham. Topics include, a dedication to Sat Bains, Great British Menu, Joe Root's love of prawns and what cricketers actually eat! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
NSW Premier Chris Minns has made his choice between Kate's team and Fitzy's team for our legendary Backyard Cricket event. So who did he pick and why?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Melissa Story (Gloucestershire) and Nikki Chaudhuri (Surrey) are back and on a quest to find Nikki's dashing airline steward Rami before diving into the England vs Sri Lanka series. Melissa then welcomes the brilliant Maia Bouchier to the podcast for a detailed insight into her life as a young professional player. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We are SO excited to have this absolute legend on our side for Backyard Cricket on October 4. Announcing his participation in our event (AKA the best day ever) we can't believe we got him to say yes to taking on Prime Minister Anthony Albanese at Kirribilli House. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Christina Matthews from Western Australian Cricket Association chats about the importance of commercial frameworks, the role of social media during COVID-19, and the growth of women's sports in this Sports Geek interview with Sean Callanan. A great listen for anyone interested in sports administration and marketing, as well as the future of women's sports. Show notes - https://sportsgeekhq.com/podcast/christina-matthews-western-australian-cricket-association
Between the naming of the Black Caps squad for the Cricket World Cup and a piece of New Zealand tennis history, it's been a big day of sport Sports reporter Bridget Tunnicliffe joins Lisa Owen from our Wellington studio. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6336947699112
You heard it here first – Backyard Cricket is back, bigger than ever and with a huge twist! We reveal what stars are joining our teams, when it all kicks off and our location for this year's game. Get your cricket whites out and let's do this! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's a Test Match between Australia and England. Who will win the Ashes. But the commentary is interrupted by the mysterious and troubling disappearance of one of England's most talented young batters. This young cricketer has walked out of the match and no one knows where he has gone. Or, why. As the cricketer talks to a therapist his story unfolds. The Batter ..... Dan Parr The Dad ..... Ian Conningham The Ex Girlfriend ..... Melissa Vaughan The Bowler ..... Will Kirk The Therapist ..... Tracy Wiles The Test Commentator ..... Jonathan Agnew Written by James Fritz Directed by Tracey Neale Cricket has been part of this young man's life since he was six years old. Growing up in Lancashire he is talented and incredibly ambitious, always proud of the way that he handles pressure. Under the watchful eye of his dad he has risen from school to club to country and finally international level. His mum died when he was seven, so it's always been just him, his dad and cricket. When his first England Test cap is awarded, he takes to international cricket like a duck to water. A high flyer and settled down with a girlfriend who is studying Climate Science. On tour, although older players tell him not to, he googles his own name and constantly reads and watches everything he can about cricket and then this becomes mixed in with climate fears. He begins to read tweets and articles and watch TikTok videos that inflame his worries even more and things begin to get out of control and his ability to play cricket suffers. Then finally, on the biggest stage, something snaps. With millions watching on the television around the world and without saying a word to his teammates, he drives away from the stadium into the Australian outback and ends up locking himself in a wardrobe in a motel in the middle of nowhere. Frightened and alone. As his demons start to overwhelm him, can he find the strength to open the door? As the cricketer talks to a therapist his story unfolds. Cricket has long had a problem with poor mental health. The unique pressures of ‘a team game played by individuals' have led many prominent players to experience substance abuse, anxiety, depression and at times suicide. It involves extreme scrutiny of talent, technique and mental fortitude combined with extended periods away from the comforts of home and family. The batter who is out for nought is left for days or weeks to stew on their failure: on how it has cost their team, their career prospects, their country. Arguably there has never been a harder time to be a professional athlete. The constant scrutiny of social media means that there is no escape from the public glare for young sports men and women. But this is only reflective of the wider crisis in young men's mental health in our society. Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 45. Generations of young men are growing up unable to ask for help, trapped in cycles of anxiety and depression, feeling their own pressure to ‘perform' in a variety of different ways. The Test Batter Can't Breathe is heart-breaking and occasionally terrifying, but hopeful and educational. An honest, unflinching portrayal of a mind under extreme stress that might make those suffering from performance-related anxiety and depression feel a little less alone. The Writer: James Fritz is a multi-award-winning writer from South London, whose plays for BBC Radio include Comment Is Free, Death of A Cosmonaut, Eight Point Nine Nine and Dear Harry Kane. His awards for audio drama include the Imison and Tinniswood BBC Audio Drama Awards – the first time a writer has won both in the same year - and the ARIA award for Best Fictional Storytelling in 2021. He has also been nominated on multiple occasions for Best Single Drama at both the BBC Radio Awards and the BBC Audio Drama Awards. Dear Harry Kane won Best Drama in this year's ARIA Awards. For theatre his plays include Four Minutes Twelve Seconds, Parliament Square and Ross & Rachel. He has won a Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting, The Critics' Circle Theatre Award for Most Promising Playwright and has been nominated for an Olivier Award. Producer and Director: Tracey Neale Technical Production: Alison Craig and Peter Ringrose Production Co-Ordinator: Hannah O'Reilly
Join us as this week Paul speaks with Jim Porcher and Cricket Gates of the Sport Horse National (SHN) Show Commission on the upcoming show, starting September 11th and running through the 16th. The show will be hosted at the incredible World Equestrian Facility in Wilmington, Ohio. Jim discusses what's new in the Jumping and Dressage arenas with such classes as Beginner Novice Combined Training, which will move from an exhibition to a National Championship for the first time. This event is 2/3 of the standard three-day eventing discipline, omitting the cross-country portion. This show will be the first of its kind offering a single-breed variant of this event. Additional events like Stadium Jumping and Dressage will be available, along with Jackpots and Derby classes, including some supported by the Arabian Breeders Sweepstakes. Cricket delves into the Sport Horse arena, where horses from Yearling and onward will be shown in-hand to judges from the open Sport Horse divisions - the same standard that non-Arabians are held to across the world. This is a tight episode with a lot to hear about! If you'd like to get into contact with with Jim or Cricket, their emails are email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. The producers of We Love Arabian Horses strive to provide informative and engaging content to our listeners without any bias or commercial interests. Our priority is to deliver valuable insights, discussions, and entertainment through our podcast episodes. If you have any questions or concerns about the content of our podcast, please reach out to us at Austin@WeLoveArabianHorses.com, and we will be happy to address them. Thank you for listening to We Love Arabian Horses. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/we-love-arabian-horses/message
Join Tim and Tom as they review AEW All Out, talk about CM Punk getting fired, review AEW Dynamite, take a trip back in time to see what happened On This Day in professional wrestling history, reveal Tom's Top 5 for the week, and a whole lot more. Join the journey live and chat with us! This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.spanishannouncetable.net
We at Black in Sports have covered a lot of sports for the culture, either top players or key executives. If you google the top sports in the world we have interviewed or covered most of the top ten. Only thing we have left in our quest to "cover it all, while laughing at it all" would be Cricket, Field Hockey and Table Tennis.In this episode we look back on some of the sports we covered from corn hole/bags to with a top black pro in corn hole to a young future lacrosse star. We also talked about a few we have not covered so we are looking forward to keep digging and brining you best topics and interviews. So, if you know someone we should interview or sport we missed let us know; bowling we are looking at you! Tap in to the Best Damn Sports Show... Episode 16 We getting there.For more Black in Sports additional content on our podcast see below:linktree: https://linktr.ee/blackinsports |Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/blackinsports |YouTube - @blackinsports |Instagram - @blackinsports |Twitter - @blackinsports |Website - https://www.blackinsports.com/ |Thank you & we appreciate you!#awardwinningpodcast #bestsportspodcast #blackpodwinner #fortheculture #blackinsports #sportsbusiness #podcast #tellingblackstories #blackowner #Blackeffect #sportsbiz #BlackPlayersForChange #sportsnews #blackowned #blackmedia #HBCU #blackpodcastmatter #blackmen #blackeffect #Thelockerroom #bestdamnsportshow #cricket #soccer #football #baseball #Happy #sports
Today MPs from all parties are holding a debate on a controversial pregnancy testing drug used widely in the 1960s and 1970s. It's expected that MPs from all parties will speak, including former Prime Minister Theresa May. In May, the High Court rejected a claim for compensation saying it could not proceed because there was no new evidence linking the tests with foetal harm. Marie Lyon, Chairwoman of the Association for Children Damaged by Hormone Pregnancy Tests and Hannah Bardell MP, Vice Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group On Hormone Pregnancy Testing, join Nuala McGovern. In the last in our series Rebuilding My Life, Nuala speaks to Wiz Wharton, author of Ghost Girl, Banana. Wiz was sectioned under the Mental Health Act 24 years ago, which led to a diagnosis of bipolar. She was forced to confront her demons and work out what needed to change, including owning her identity as a British-Chinese woman and learning how to stand up to the racism she had experienced all her life. Exclusive reporting from The Guardian this week shows that cricket umpires were paid three times more to officiate the men's Hundred this summer than the women's. It comes just days after the England and Wales Cricket Board announced that the women's teams will get the same match fees as the men's. Nuala speaks to journalist Raf Nicholson. One of the last surviving Bletchley Park codebreakers has died aged 99. Margaret Betts was just 19 when she was headhunted to work on the project. Nuala speaks to Tessa Dunlop, author of The Bletchley Girls, to find out a bit more about her. Dame Shirley Bassey will become the first female solo artist in British history to be honoured with a stamp series. Welsh music journalist Jude Rogers joins Nuala.
First, Indian Express' Diplomatic Editor Shubhajit Roy joins us to discuss the signal that Chinese President Xi Jinping skipping the G20 summit sends to the member countries.Next, Indian Express' Mihir Vasavda talks about the potential inclusion of cricket in the Olympics and its implications for the sport (08:25). And in the end, Indian Express' Atikh Rashid shares the story of how a cluster school and a bus have transformed the lives of children in remote villages in Pune (17:14).Hosted by Shashank BhargavaProduced and written by Shashank Bhargava and Utsa SarminEdited and mixed by Suresh Pawar
Jarrod and Behram look at the week in cricket, discussing the latest happenings in the ongoing Asia Cup, England's T20I Series at home vs New Zealand, Australia's 3-0 T20I Series whitewash in South Africa, Zimbabwe legend Heath Streak's passing, and some major upsets in the women's cricket arena. - To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. Jarrod also now has a Buy Me A Coffee link, for those who would prefer to support the shows there: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/jarrodkimber. If you like this podcast, you may enjoy other things I create, check them all out at https://linktr.ee/jarrodkimber. To check out my video podcasts on Youtube : https://youtube.com/@JarrodKimberPodcasts - This podcast is edited and mixed by Ishit Kuberkar, he's at https://instagram.com/soundpotionstudio & https://twitter.com/ishitk FortyTwo makes our video productions. Mukunda Bandreddi is in charge of our video side. Aurojyoti Senapati turns the files into video podcasts and Subhankar Bhattacharya makes our graphics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's quote: "Some people hold you down and some people HOLD you down" immediately reminded Amy & Kat of a quote that has similar vibes: "You can't change the people around you, but you can change the people around you." (such a good one - they both are!) THINGS DISCUSSED: -The time Amy threatened Steve Harvey on Family Feud -Amy's dry mouth update & hormones -You can die from drinking too much water? -Full body scans that could save your life -Amy's echocardiogram -"Clear is kind, unclear is unkind" -The healthiest food in the world (adding to grocery list asap) -Amy's Rent-to-Own mishap -Noticing charges on your bank account that aren't yours -What people need to go on a second date with someone (and Amy's response to that) -Beanie Baby movie on Apple+ (Amy's Madame Alexander dolls) -Cricket Feet in bed will help you fall asleep faster -5 minute meditation (are y'all doing it? Amy's sister texted her that she's thankful for something like this that is totally doable for her) Hope you enjoy and have the day you need to have!! HOSTS:Amy Brown // RadioAmy.com // @RadioAmy Kat Defatta // @Kat.Defatta // YouNeedTherapyPodcast.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to an interview with the author of All Pride, No Ego: A Queer Executive's Journey to Living and Leading Authentically, Jim Fielding, where he delivers an inspirational leadership story told from the perspective of an out and proud LGBTQ+ executive. In the book, you'll explore a call-to-action for authentic servant leadership that encourages people to own their truth and bring out the best in themselves and their communities. Jim Fielding is a respected retail and media industry veteran whose expertise combines storytelling, product innovation, merchandising, and consumer experiences. Jim currently serves as a partner at Archer Gray, an independent media company, and president of its Co-Lab Division. Having led consumer products groups at the world's largest media companies, including Disney, Dreamworks, and Twentieth Century Fox, Jim has built diverse cultures and visionary teams that excelled in competitive global markets. He served as president of Disney Stores Worldwide for four years, transforming its global consumer experience. He also served as CEO of Claire's Stores, Inc., a leading jewelry and accessories retailer. Jim's early experience spanned leading global retail companies, from The Gap to Lands' End. He mastered all aspects of vertical specialty retail, including supply chain, product design, store operations, and visual merchandising. An active community leader and philanthropist, Jim serves on the board of directors for the Indiana University Foundation and was a founding member of the Dean's Council for the Hamilton Lugar Global and International School. Jim is a founder of the Queer Philanthropy Circle, the nation's premier fundraising and advocacy group for the queer community. He also participates in the Women's Philanthropic Leadership Circle and the Black Philanthropy Circle. Jim has served as a board member for GLSEN, Make-A-Wish International, and American Red Cross, as well as an executive-in-residence for IU Ventures and Indiana University's Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. He has endowed several scholarships at IU to support overseas study, international internships, and advocacy leadership training. Jim lives in Atlanta with his partner, Joseph, and their dogs, Cricket and Olive. In the summers, you will find them in Leland and Northport, Michigan. Get Jim's book here: https://rb.gy/ax3aj All Pride, No Ego: A Queer Executive's Journey to Living and Leading Authentically. Jim Fielding. Here are some free gifts for you: Overall Approach Used in Well-Managed Strategy Studies free download: www.firmsconsulting.com/OverallApproach McKinsey & BCG winning resume free download: www.firmsconsulting.com/resumepdf Enjoying this episode? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo
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Meet Guy Redhouse, the Product and Marketing Manager at General Travel Group.If you haven't heard of General Travel Group, they help sports and events get the most out of their tickets, hospitality and travel - associated with organisations such as the AFL Event Office, Grand Prix Travel, and the Cricket Australia Travel Office (which you'll hear be referred to as CATO throughout the episode).Simply put, Guy has crafted a career combining sport and travel, to help fans experience events around the world.With his experience first beginning at STA travel, he transitioned into the sport industry with the Victoria Racing Club. Here, it was where he learnt how to build websites, which lead him to 9 years in the ticketing and travel team at Cricket Australia, before later moving into Leading Teams for 3 years.If you love your sport and you love travelling the world, this episode will open your eyes with how to combine both. Definitely worth tuning into this one!In this episode we cover:(0:00) - Introduction(2:11) - Community update(8:42) - Welcome Guy(10:15) - The hidden project opportunities that can exist in sport(16:55) - Guy's career journey post-Uni(21:49) - How he got his foot in the door of the sports industry at the VRC(26:03) - Guy's time at Cricket Australia(30:22) - His approach to pricing a premium offering(33:27) - How they designed the Indian Fan Zone Package(35:38) - How to sell Hospitality at the Cricket(38:31 - A low at Guy's current role(45:33) - Guy's advice for people graduating University(55:49) - How to express yourself through your resume(1:01:08) - Guy's final advice(1:04:08) - #ASKSPORTSGRADAdditional episodes you might enjoy:#179 - Will Taylor (ICC T20 World Cup) - How the ICC are building communities of cricket fans#236 - Danny Bowerin (Deakin University) - Sports Marketing Consultant career journey (so far!)*Want to stay up today with all the new podcasts, events, and blogs to help you get a job in sport?
Hiiiii we're back! Got a nice classic homestyle episode here for you. Michael has a cricket problem! Natalie is going through a major life change! Also, there are some stressed out fish at the aquarium, I'll tell you what.
In 1977 English batsman Dennis Amiss became the first cricket player in the modern game to wear protective headgear. Derided and taunted by spectators, as well as some players, the pioneering use of head protection revolutionised pitch safety. He speaks to Wayne Wright about the profound effect in had on the sport. This is a Made in Manchester Production for the BBC World Service. (Photo: 10th June 1974: Dennis Amiss in action against India in the first test at Old Trafford. Amiss was later to a wear cricket helmet for protection from 1977. Credit: Getty Images)
There's enough madness in Rugby League, let alone Sport. THE MADNESS HAS TO STOP! Everything from smoking dope in the stands at Flushing Meadows, amateur athletes retiring because of cost of living pressures to the mould and disrepair happening at Shark park. Mitch Marsh and the Aussie T20 team made the madness stop, STATE OF MADNESS - SITUATION NORMAL!
Melissa Story (Gloucestershire) and Nikki Chaudhuri (Surrey) are with Producer Matt to dissect this year's Hundred competition. Melissa has another game for the podcast (no singing this time) before the trio chat about the big winners and losers of the 2023 tournament. In other news The Analyst himself - Simon Hughes is delighted to announce his film "The Greatest Game" is on BBC 2 at 11:05pm tonight (01/09) and on BBC iPlayer for the next 12 months, a must-watch for all cricket fans studying England's 2019 World Cup Triumph. https://bbc.in/3P0I6M2 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sunil Narine, the Trinbago Knight Riders spinner has made unwanted history by becoming the first cricketer to receive a red card during a Caribbean Premier League match. Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma discuss the new rule and whether we could see this being introduced in the Indian Premier League. The legendary England bowler Anya Shrubsole joins Stumped to reflect on the perfect final match as a cricketer, winning her maiden Hundred women's title for Southern Brave. Anya also discusses the lack of female coaches in the game and whether they should have more support. Anya also reacts to The England and Wales Cricket Board's decision to ensure that England women's cricketers will receive the same match fees as the men. Photo: A red card (Credit: Getty Images)
On today's show, we'll learn about the one of the biggest animals to have ever existed. Then we'll meet an Indigenous teenager helping her community access swimming lessons. Staying in the water, we'll meet some deep-sea diving seals making scientific discoveries, before coming up for air to hear about Australia's first ever blind women's cricket team. Quiz Questions In which country did they find the fossils of Perucetus Colossus? What does the charity name 'bambigi' mean in Wiradjuri language? Is the ocean floor in Antarctica deeper or shallower than we thought? Did the Australian Blind Women's Cricket team come first, second or third at the competition? What's the word for something, like this plastic, that can break down in the environment? Bonus Tricky Question What's the special thing in flies that's being turned into plastic? Answers Peru "to swim" Deeper Second Biodegradable Bonus Tricky Answer Chitin
Simon Hughes and Simon Mann discuss England's emerging World Cup side with reference to recent T20s and their 2019 triumph captured on the film The Greatest Game which is now airing on BBC iplayer - to watch visit https://bbc.in/3P0I6M2 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Washington Wednesday, a preview of what's at stake in tonight's first GOP primary debate; on World Tour, news from Zimbabwe, Pakistan, Egypt, and Spain; and the old world sport of cricket is gaining traction in the United States. Plus, the voice of Nintendo's Mario is retiring, commentary from Janie B. Cheaney, and the Wednesday morning newsFind out how to record a pre-roll for the podcast at https://wng.org/podcasts/the-world-and-everything-in-it/record-a-preroll.Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate.Additional support comes from Medi-Share. An affordable, reliable, Christian alternative to health insurance. Medishare.com/worldFrom Compelled Podcast Season 6, featuring new testimonies from people like the man who grew up in a tribe of Stone Age cannibals. Available on your favorite podcast app or CompelledPodcast.comAnd from Dordt University. Dordt's Accredited M-S-W program equips faithful social workers to maximize their impact. More at Dordt.edu/M-S-W