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Guest host LeVar Burton presents three stories in which fantasies and memories are both near and far. In “The Elevator Dancer,” by N.K. Jemisin, a guard is obsessed by a woman who spins when no one is looking. Laura Gomez is the reader. A woman remembers a transforming moment in her Depression-era childhood in “Marigolds,” by Eugenia W. Collier. The story is performed by Sharon Washington. Ursula K. Le Guin moves and surprises us in “The Wife's Story,” performed by Joanna Gleason. Join and give!: https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/symphonyspacenyc?code=Splashpage See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dimitri and Khalid speak with neuroscientists Mike (@tismcast) and Jay (@The_Hague_ICC) about why the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics is a massive ontological op with troubling social-political ramifications, Werner Heisenberg squashing the Himmler beef and staying in Nazi Germany during the war, Oppenheimer burying David Bohm's Marxian challenge to the Copenhagen gang, Schrödinger's sus cat in a sus box, modern physics departments slandering Einstein for challenging the Copenhagen ontology, Soviet critiques of western quantum theory as idealism/positivism, and serrrious scientists erming every form of “metaphysics” while confidently proclaiming that the moon isn't there if nobody's looking at it. Check out Mike's podcast “This Is Some Marginalia”: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/this-is-some-marginalia/id1574184151 Twitter: @tismcast Follow Jay on Twitter: @The_Hague_ICC For access to full-length premium episodes and the SJ Grotto of Truth Discord, subscribe to the Al-Wara' Frequency at patreon.com/subliminaljihad.
April describes herself as a loyal Baltimore Raven's fan and a lover of all things philanthropy, equity, and social justice. Our conversation today on The Fundraising Talent Podcast began with the assertion that fundraising has deliberately distanced itself from the truth and begs the question of what would happen if we were more honest with ourselves and our donors. April wants us to confront the fact that we are taught to be ok with the disconnect between reality and the narrative we tell the world. Perhaps our appeal letters are some of the most obvious examples of such deceit. April pointed out that our dishonesty amounts to a lack of authenticity and an obsession with jargon. April's career has afforded her experiences on both sides of the shop, both raising major gifts and administrating programs. Having the advantage of multiple vantage points, she understands why it's so easy to tolerate a story that isn't true. But it isn't just those of us on the receiving side who are telling a tale. April pointed out that our funders aren't telling themselves a story that is any more accurate than ours. After discussing what is true and what isn't, and contemplating how this translates into the experiences of women of color, our conversation ended in much the same place as it began. Those on both sides of the exchange need to insist on the truth. The question remains, who has the desire to tell it? As always, we are especially grateful to our friends at CueBack for sponsoring The Fundraising Talent Podcast. And, if you'd like to download Responsive's latest edition of Carefully & Critically, just click here.
Cette distance, c'est 42 kilomètres 195. Pas un mètre de plus, pas un mètre de moins. Une précision qui étonne quand on se rappelle qu'à l'origine, cette épreuve est en hommage au messager grec Philippidès qui aurait couru de la ville de Marathon à Athènes pour annoncer la victoire contre les Perses. Cette saison, les Grosses Têtes vous proposent de découvrir ou redécouvrir le nouveau podcast de Florian Gazan. Dans "Ah Ouais ?", Florian Gazan répond en une minute chrono à toutes les questions essentielles, existentielles, parfois complètement absurdes, qui vous traversent la tête. Un podcast RTL Originals. Découvrez la page Facebook Officielle des "Grosses Têtes" : https://www.facebook.com/lesgrossestetesrtl/ Retrouvez vos "Grosses Têtes" sur Instagram : https://bit.ly/2hSBiAo Découvrez le compte Twitter Officiel des "Grosses Têtes" : https://bit.ly/2PXSkkz Toutes les vidéos des "Grosses Têtes" sont sur YouTube : https://bit.ly/2DdUyGg
A dive into the song Words In The Distance by Uriah Heep Choices and the Every Day Rocks! boxed sets can be ordered here and you should do it soon as quantities are limited. Made available now by Uriah Heep and BMG Records! Check out my Every Day Rocks! unboxing video here! Show website (http://www.scotthaskin.com/uriah_heep_podcast/) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UriahHeepPodcast Twitter: @HeepPodcast Instagram: @UriahHeepPodcast Email: UriahHeepPodcast@gmail.com Episode: 19-10 Song: Words In The Distance Air date: 11-22-2021 Performers: Lead Vocals: Bernie Shaw Guitar: Mick Box Bass Guitar, Vocals: Trevor Boulder Drums, Vocals: Lee Kerslake Keyboard, Vocals: Phil Lanzon Lyrics: Dancing with danger Tears in my eyes Love ain't no stranger So many goodbyes Words in the distance Are calling me Just when I thought I could make a a new start Here comes another fire Burning in my heart Words in the distance Are calling me And to get to heaven You gotta go through hell I cut my heart on the wishing well You know that I'm crazy I'm just a fool To say I love I love I love you You know that I'm crazy, just a fool To say I love I love I love you My senses burning from The heat of your skin Deeper than deep I feel you moving in, oh Words in the distance Are calling me And to get to heaven You gotta go through hell I cut my heart on the wishing well You know that I'm crazy, I'm just a fool To say I love I love I love you, well You know that I'm crazy, just a fool To say I love I love I love you I love you I hold this moment of magic I hold it in my hand A single moment of heaven Don't you know that I'm crazy, I'm just a fool To say I love I love I love you, yeah You know that I'm crazy, just a fool To say I love I love I love you Don't you know that I'm crazy, I'm just a fool To say I love I love I love you, yeah You know that I'm crazy, just a fool To say I love I love I love you Don't you know I love you baby Can't you feel it in my heart, yeah And I don't know what to say, no Well I've got a fire in my soul I don't know which way to go Or I don't know what to do, no Thanks to: My Graphic Artist Scott Ladzinski www.Audionamix.com – I will not do a podcast without Instant Dialog Cleaner! My friends in the #DeepDivePodcastNetwork: Nate and John at the Deep Purple Podcast (http://deeppurplepodcast.com/) The Simple Man at Skynnred Reconsydrd Podcast (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/skynyrd-reconsydyrd-podcast/id1448425288?mt=2) Terry T-Bone Mathley at TBone's Prime Cuts (https://www.tbpcpodcast.com/) Rhy at the Sabbath Bloody Podcast (https://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/sabbath-bloody-podcast/id1344032555?ign-mpt=uo%3D4&mt=2) Paul, Joe and David at the At The Lap of the Pods (https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/in-the-lap-of-the-pods-queen-podcast/id1517814055) Also, check out https://gottahearemall.com/ for well researched information on Deep Purple and Emmerson, Lake and Palmer/Powell Check out Ace The Music Man on Stitcher here (https://www.stitcher.com/show/ace-the-music-man) Or YouTube here (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCszH87xfnXp-MfZNsUSFjtg) #UriahHeep #UriahHeepTheBand #MickBox #KenHensley #DavidByron #LeeKerslake #PaulNewton #GaryThain #MarkClarke #LeeKerslake #KenHensley #AlexNapier #JohnLawton #JohnWetton #TrevorBoulder #PeterGoalby #BobDaisley #RussellGilbrook #DaveyRimmer #PhilLanzon #BernieShaw #LivingTheDream #HardRock #RockandRoll #TheWizard #LadyInBlack #EasyLivin #Stealin #DeepDivePodcastNetwork #DemonsandWizards #TheMagiciansBirthday
Welcome to The Greg Bennett show, an AnyQuestion podcast hosted by Former Professional Olympic and World Champion Athlete Greg Bennett. Greg chats with the world's greatest athletes and high performers to find out how they got to the top of the world and how they are able to sustain it. In this week's episode, Greg chats with one of the most successful middle-distance triathletes, Rudy von Berg. Winning a multitude of the biggest IM 70.3s in the world, placing 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th and 9th at the IM 70.3 World Championships. If the World Championships were in the Napa Valley wine region of California this man would have plenty of hardware … Rudy has won the Vineman, now Santa Rosa 70.3, four times from five starts. He's currently ranked 12th on the World Rankings with enormous potential to leap up to the top. timestamps 09:54 - Greg dives in to Rudy's journey into the sport of triathlon. 22:18 - Rudy talks about his events in 2020 with fascinating detail. 26:02 - Rudy explains how his passion for endurance sport began and how his father has inspired him throughout his career. 31:08 - A little retro 80's flashback … Greg and Rudy talk about triathlon over the past decades … to current day standards. 37:47 - Rudy and Greg discuss the point in Rudy's career when he recognised and believed he could be a professional athlete. 40:55 - Having taken down many of the biggest names in the sport, Rudy and Greg discuss who is still on his list to beat. 50:23 - 15 fun rapid fire quick answer questions What is your favorite family vacation? What are you currently watching on Netflix? First car you owned? How many episodes of the Greg Bennett Show have you listened to? Two most used apps on your phone? Out of 10, how cool would you say you are. If you could swap jobs with anyone else, who would it be? Which would you rather do: wash dishes, mow the lawn, clean the bathroom, or vacuum the house? First job? Who would you want to play you in a movie of your life? What dinner could you prepare? Three guests' non-family you would invite? The Roc, The Queen and Warren Buffet Which decade of music is the best? Should pineapple be allowed on Pizza? Where is somewhere you haven't been, you'd like to go? Greatest movie of all-time? 01:08:01 - Rudy talks about his sponsors.
Just slept for 12 hours and I feel like I didn't even close my eyes. What is wrong with me? I haven't done that in years. And I was going to do some digging into those pictures on my old phone... but it seems to have disappeared. Where could it be? The Cellar Letters is creating A Weekly Horror Audio Drama | Patreon The Cellar Letters - Horror Audio Drama (@CellarLetters) / Twitter The Cellar Letters
This week on our motorcycle podcast we are joined by superhuman long distance rider Chris Hopper. He recently set a new long distance riding record on his Harley, completing 100,000 miles in 100 days. This feat is unfathomable to most riders, yet he made it seem simple. I'm sure you've done the math by now and have lots of questions. Well, so do we, and he explains it all to us, including some close calls that could have ended the whole trip. Congrats Chris! Next up we talk about the newest bike coming from Honda, the affordable and cute Honda Navi. Is this the next great thing? Or are we getting sloppy seconds on a bike from India? And since it's Thanksgiving week and everyone is heading to the kitchen, we talk about things in the kitchen that also have a place in the garage. Just make sure you clean them real good so your wife doesn't find out. And lastly we read listener emails and Emma explains why you a-may need to change your spark plugs. With Liza, Stumpy John, Miss Emma, Nak and Bagel. milemonstersinc.com email@example.com motorcyclesandmisfits.com www.patreon.com/motorcyclesandmisfits www.zazzle.com/store/recyclegarage www.youtube.com/channel/UC3wKZSP0J9FBGB79169ciew
Cette distance, c'est 42 kilomètres 195. Pas un mètre de plus, pas un mètre de moins. Une précision qui étonne quand on se rappelle qu'à l'origine, cette épreuve est en hommage au messager grec Philippidès qui aurait couru de la ville de Marathon à Athènes pour annoncer la victoire contre les Perses. Et la distance entre Marathon et Athènes c'est grosso modo 40 kilomètres, sachant qu'on ne sait pas précisément par où Philippidès est passé à l'époque... Dans "Ah Ouais ?", Florian Gazan répond en une minute chrono à toutes les questions essentielles, existentielles, parfois complètement absurdes, qui vous traversent la tête. Un podcast RTL Originals.
Background Music for Sleep, Meditation, Relaxation, Massage, Yoga, Studying and TherapyHi everyone, this is Jim Butler and welcome to the Deep Energy Podcast 787 - DistanceThis was originally Deep Energy 175 from 02.26.20. EnjoyI have a brand new album/cd/download, whatever they call them. It's called Crossing the Rainbow Bridge and it's dedicated to my amazing dog Bennie who passed away in 2021. I'm really proud of it and hope you will enjoy listening to it. You can find the links to all of the places you can buy or stream it here:https://jimbutler.hearnow.comIf you would like to find out more about me and my music, head on over to www.jimbutlermusic.com or you can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. On the website you will find links to all of my social media including FB, FB fan page, IG and Twitter and any live appearances I am making in the Keene, NH area. My YouTube page has all of the podcasts if you like listening that way, plus various other videos. There is also a 24/7 streaming channel on my YouTube page. Please like and subscribe. Thanks!https://www.youtube.com/user/JimButlerMusicI now have a merchandise store with a collection of mugs, t-shirts, tote bags, hoodie's and a ton more… you can find it at www.deepenergy.threadless.com This podcast is ad supported, if you would like to listen to the podcast without ads or speaking, please go to my Bandcamp page and most of the podcasts are there. If you would like a podcast and you don't see it, just send me an e-mail and I will get it uploaded ASAP.www.jimbutler.bandcamp.com Please share, subscribe, rate and review (helps more people find the podcast) through however you listen to the podcast including:Spreaker, Stitcher, Apple Podcast App, Castbox, Pandora, Spotify, Soundcloud, Luminary, iHeart Radio, Radio.com, Deezer, YouTube, Alexa and Siri and many other podcast providers.Thank you for listening. Until the next time, please be kind to one another, peace, bye…
Eric D. Johnson, AKA Fruit bats, met Neal Casal through their mutual friend Thom Monahan, and Neal subsequently added his signature touch to several songs on four of Eric's records. Thom produced many of Eric's records and also produced Neal's 2012 album Sweeten the Distance. That album features the song "Feathers for Bakersfield," which Eric covered for Highway Butterfly: The Songs of Neal Casal. In this episode, Eric discusses why he chose this tune, how Bob Weir almost snatched it up first, and memories of what it was like to record with Neal. Learn more about Fruit Bats at http://www.fruitbatsmusic.com/.“Feathers for Bakersfield” - Fruit Bats, Highway Butterfly: The Songs of Neal Casal “Feathers for Bakersfield - Neal Casal, Sweeten the Distance “Shivering Fawn” - Fruit Bats, Tripper “The Banishment Song” - Fruit Bats, Tripper “My Sweet Midwest” - Fruit Bats, Absolute Loser “Mandy from Mohawk” - Fruit Bats, Gold Past Life See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
durée : 00:16:19 - Les journalistes tenus à distance de la crise migratoire, rencontre avec le plus jeune maire de France - Aujourd'hui, "Le Quart d'Heure" revient sur la crise migratoire qui s'est installée aux portes de l'Europe. Malgré les appels à l'apaisement, la situation est toujours très tendue à la frontière entre la Pologne et la Biélorussie. Et puis, à l'occasion de l'ouverture du congrès des maires de France, on vous emmène à la rencontre du plus jeune maire du pays, qui veut faire entendre la voix de la jeunesse dans le débat public.
In this episode we interview Jonathan Harrison, who started the rowing team - Pacific Boys. In December 2021 they'll row 3,000 miles across the Atlantic. Why? To help clothe 3,000 children. Oh, and for the adventure too. It wasn't until his college days that Jonathan fell in love with rowing and at that time he didn't know he and his team would attempt such a feat. That was until he learned about the Atlantic Challenge which begins in the Canary Islands and ends in Antigua. The fact that he didn't have a team, didn't have a boat, and didn't even really know what to expect didn't stop him from going for it. If you've ever wondered what it takes to prepare and what kind of obstacles they could face during such a journey then this ones for you! Tweet us and let us know what you think of this episode! @illuminecollect
Let's face it: most people are terrible at negotiating. They let the fear of conflict keep them from asking for exactly what they need. It's time to stop settling and start negotiating! On this episode, Ben sits down with Mark Raffan of Negotiations Ninja to discuss the importance of negotiating personally and professionally in the charity world as well as tips for anyone to become a master negotiator. You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in... Getting to know Mark Raffan [1:59] Tips for negotiating a personal salary [6:31] The pitfalls of negotiating with charities [16:06] Equipping your team to negotiate effectively [17:51] Why email is a negotiator's Achilles heel [22:49] Why being a digital thought leader is critical for charity heads [27:02] Resources & People Mentioned Email Matt and Ben YOUR fundraising questions at email@example.com! Digital Body Language: How to Build Trust and Connection, No Matter the Distance Connect with Mark Raffan Follow Mark on LinkedIn Negotiations Ninja Content Callout Connect With Frontier https://Frontier.io Frontier on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frontiermarketingco/ Frontier on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/frontiermarketingco/
Much of the working world is online these days, and it's imperative to figure out how to read the digital room. Enter Erica Dhawan - collaboration expert and author of the new book, Digital Body Language: How to Build Trust and Connection, No Matter the Distance. She joins Jessi to share the genesis of her work, demystify online communication styles, and offer a few tangible tips.
The Duran: Episode 1140 John Durham Is Getting Close to the Jugular https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2021/11/08/john_durham_is_getting_close_to_the_jugular_146702.html One of the greatest pushers of disgraced Steele Dossier is trying to distance himself from it https://www.rt.com/usa/539833-russiagate-schiff-steele-dossier-view/
The BeerEDU Podcast Episode 115: Distance by Choice with Ryan Tibbens. Kyle & Ben chat with Ryan Tibbens (@ClassCastPod) about his choice to teach online after COVID teaching, the amount of work that goes into planning lessons in a fully online environment, how it is different when students are taking classes online by choice, and much, much more! Check out the shownotes for this episode at www.beeredupodcast.com. Have any feedback or suggestions for Kyle and Ben? Want them to talk about a topic that interests you or want to learn something about beer? Send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet them @BeerEDUPod and use #BeerEDUPod, hit up Beeredupodcast on Facebook, follow on Instagram @beeredupod, check out the YouTube channel at bit.ly/beereduyoutube or drop a voicemail using the Anchor app. And please consider leaving a review on your favorite podcasting app to help others find the podcast! Visit www.beeredupodcast.com for more information on Kyle & Ben, episodes, etc. If you would like to be a guest on the podcast, click on the Contact and Subscription Info link of the website and fill out our guest form! The BeerEDU Podcast is partnered with School Rubric to bring you great content from educators around the world! Learn more by visiting www.schoolrubric.com. The BeerEDU Podcast is part of the Codebreaker Podcast Network! Find and listen to other great educational podcasts like The Staff Room Podcast, STEM Everyday, Teachers on Fire, My Edtech Life!, and more at www.codebreakeredu.com! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-beeredu-podcast/support
Russian language in Australia is taught not only in large cities, but also in regions, for example, in Wollongong. Wollongong Russian Language School teacher Alexandra Kadak talks about the school and community support. This content is available in Russian only. - Русский язык в Австралии преподают не только в крупных городах, но и в регионах, например, в Воллонгонге. Учительница младшего класса Wollongong Russian Language School Александра Кадак рассказывает о школе, поддержке общины и новых задачах, которые поставила перед ней работа с детьми-билингвами.
About Harvey:Harvey is the founder of Growth Properties Group, a small group of companies. My why is to live on my terms and my mission is to help as many people live on their terms through property as possible. With education, portfolio building and property management. I've built my property portfolio and businesses in the Northeast of England, whilst living in the south, remotely allowing me to spend time with my family and travel regularly. Having built up the systems and team to run from my phone and parts on autopilot. I now focused on helping others excel on their property journeys and build a remote investment lifestyle for themselves through group and 1:1 coaching programs. I help people to live on their terms through property & Coaching and portfolio building. I've spent the last 7 years working out how to run my property business virtually from my phone. Using tech to run my business while I've been travelling. About your host, Tej:Tej graduated from King's' College London with a BSc Biochemistry in 2014, he then pursued a career in Medical Education and Marketing. Soon after his second job… he was fired! A moment of relief and freedom was what he felt, not sure what his mother felt when he told her he was jobless at 23…He then went in search of a more ethical path, a business he could set up where the reward was equal to the work put in. “If they are making pounds, why am I making pennies?” - was his thought process, not happy with slow progression and bureaucracy (& having to wear smart shoes everyday). This lead him to opening a Recruitment business (not sure where the ethics went) which doubled in profit every year, for 4 years. He hated it. Golden handcuffs they call it.Fortunately, he used the cash he'd built up from that business, to educate himself in Property Investing. Soon, he'd stopped the business and transitioned into Property Investment full time. He then had a slow start -Purchasing 15 properties in his first 9 months, using over £650,000 of Investor Finance, he built a £1,200,000 property portfolio and created £30,000 of profit from flips. This gave him ‘financial freedom', but it was the most stressful period of his life. Growing quickly is very painful.Let's not forget that his Podcast grew to be the most-reviewed UK Property Podcast, peaking at 4,000 unique downloads per episode.His Podcast (Tej Talks) now sits at 660,000 downloads in over 100 countries and has 489 reviews, rated 5/5. Links:email@example.com www.growthlettings.co.ukwww.remotepropertyinvestor.co.ukTej InvestsTej TalkseLearning See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Does absence really make the heart grow fonder? What about in our friendships? Can friends survive physical distance but stay emotionally connected or vice versa? On this episode, Tabatha and Stacey kick around a topic from a teen flick that Tabatha watched from her sick bed this week. Jump in with us as we talk about the pros and cons of the distance that can come between us, and what we can do to bridge the gap when it does. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theflawsoffriendship/support
The Gospel of Luke, Chapter 17, verses 11-19On this Feast of St. Leo the Great, we hear the wonderful story of the 10 lepers who were cleansed, and only one returned to give thanks to God...a Samaritan. So today, we focus not only on faith and trusting God to be with us on the journey; we focus not only on our salvation resting on the fact that all is gift and rendering that as gratitude; but we also focus on what is it like to be an outsider. How does it feel not to be seen?
Caleb has moved out. Shelby is also moving out. Distance has come between them, but their love for one another bridges that great divide. Here to observe our hosts' attempt at coping with separation anxiety are Chair Professor Daniel Chua (University of Hong Kong) and Fanny Peabody Professor Alex Rehding (Harvard University), co-authors of the book Alien Listening: Voyager's Golden Record and Music From Earth (Princeton University Press). A discussion between four academic equals unfolds, focusing on how the Golden Records can teach us to differently hear and analyze music. Throughout the lecture, the esteemed professors make a Golden Record together with just as much food on it as there is music. For all of our listeners with terminal degrees in their respective fields, this one is for you. Daniel's Artifacts John Cage, 4'33" (audio-visual) Video of whale almost swallowing human (audio-visual) Durian (food) Alex's Artifacts Trio, "Da Da Da" (audio) Blowfish (animal and food) Rice pudding (food) Original Voyager Artifact Greetings from the U.N./Whale Greetings (audio) Purchase Daniel and Alex's book Alien Listening: Voyager's Golden Record and Music From Earth! -- Follow the show @keepingrecordspod Advertise on Keeping Records via Gumball.fm See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome back to our Power Your Inner Runner podcast series in partnership with Nike Running and Rebel. This is our second of three episodes with elite Nike athletes who are sharing their best running tips and tricks - whether you're a complete beginner all the way through to a pro looking for a fresh perspective.It's been so wonderful to see how many of you enjoyed our kick-off episode on mindset with the wonderful Catriona Bisset and have already been implementing some of your learnings into your training. My top takeaway was the power of running with friends – I've been enjoying running alone for the mental benefits but hadn't realised how much harder it can be to push into new distances when you're on your own. So, I locked in my first long run with Ang and a few friends just a few days after this chat with Catriona and went from a solid 10km plateau to a lovely 18KM RUN and I could have kept going but didn't want to overdo it by going too hard too fast. I'm so thrilled with the breakthrough and hope that some of you found Catriona's chat useful too – do keep sharing your runs with us along the way, it's so much fun to do this as a yayborhood!Given I also had a sneak peek of this episode, I had the chance to implement some other tweaks recommended by today's Nike athlete which were equally as impactful so I'm VERY excited to share this one with you. In case you were worried, the episodes aren't sequential, so if you're only tuning in now don't worry each segment stands alone and you can listen in whatever order you like. I met this wonderful woman during my first foray into running when we were training for the half marathon in 2019 and even though I've heard her story before, I was blown away all over again this time. While Catriona was a sprinter focusing on the 800m, we've got a long-distance perspective today from a superstar Olympic marathoner.Yep, I'm THRILLED to have the inimitable Sinead Diver with us today who, like Catriona, took a less conventional pathway into running. She is not only one of our best performing marathon runners ever at the Olympics coming in the top 10 in Tokyo – she was also our oldest athlete competing at 44 years old to cross just the line just four minutes behind the race winner. The twist? Sinead only started running AFTER her second child at aged 33 when she was roped into a fun run at the Tan in Melbourne. In her debut marathon, she finished in SECOND place overall then won Melbourne Marathon just four years later and she just keeps getting faster and faster.So, if you've ever been told you can't do it or had sceptics doubting your potential, Sinead is your woman showing how she continues to surprise with her sights set on Paris 2024 as she continues to improve each year. She also answers so many of our burning questions specific to longer distances, especially around the elusive management of eating, drinking and nature calling along the way! Coming into running later in life, she's a fabulous brain to pick about getting your body and mind into those 30 and 40km distances and living to tell the tale! She's humble, funny and full of warmth – I hope you enjoy!+ Follow Sinead Diver here+ Announcements on Insta at @spoonful_of_sarah+ Join our Facebook community here+ Subscribe to not miss out on the next instalment of YAY!
Join us for this week's Encore where we will discuss climate change as it relates to our Christian walk and why many believers put distance from themselves and Jesus. Is climate change/ global warming a real thing? If so, why does it matter.
Jordan rides solo this week to unload some personal thoughts about his relationship to his Father, especially now having spent 6 years living in separate countries. They say distance makes the heart grow fonder, but it also makes the political views grow further apart.
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It's a little late, but better late than never as they say. Speaking of late, we talk about Jeff Bezos planning to go to space, but in the time since recording, he's been, oh and so has William Shatner. Today we talk about LIFE: In space and on other planets, GAMES: Terraforming Mars and BEYOND: Terraforming - It's a long one so buckle in. LIFE - 0:45 Movie: The Martian Adam's up for trying to live on another planet. Distance to Mars. - Rob thinks about three years to Mars, but it looks like he was a little high. Kyle throws us off topic talking about Venus Stuff You Should Know - A great podcast! Movie that Kyle talks about from grade school: All Summer In A Day Rob brings us back to Mars Book: War of the Worlds Movie: Space Jam Movie: Total Recall Kyle might, possibly, maybe live on Mars if all other options are exhausted. Rob is fascinated with living on another planet. GAMES - 9:46 Terraforming Mars Kyle gets a negative interaction with a publisher off his chest. Splotter Games Adam's Rating: 22 Rob's Rating: 222 Kyle's Rating: 22 BEYOND - 29:51 (You may hear some panting in the background. It's just Princess Leia the Boxer.) International Space Station Rob becomes the most outraged he's ever been on the podcast when Kyle and Adam say we're behind in space exploration. - 32:44 December 2020 - 1/2 of the Mass on Earth is Human Made Movie: The Day The Earth Stood Still — Spoiler Alert TV Show: The Expanse Movie: ? - Adam refused to divulge what movie he was talking about. What's the secret? We don't know. BTW - All the movies mentioned in today's podcast have newer versions than we linked, but you know, feeling nostalgic. The Expanse Board Game All music this episode by Adam Lavazza or Lavazza and Layne. We have some Amazon links in these notes, but as of publication we are not an affiliate. Just trying to be convenient. Hosts: Adam, Kyle, Rob
Joe Barr has a list of accolades as long as the length of road he has cycled. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/11/02131151/JoeBarr_0211.mp3"][/audio] He's the first man to have won the Race Around Ireland twice, he's set records for cycling around and across the country, he has cycled across America numerous times as part of the notorious Race Across America, nearly dying from altitude sickness at one point. After many years as a professional cyclist, and an entire life in love with two wheels, Joe discovered his love for endurance cycling at a time of great personal strife and has spent the last 14 years honing his skills. Speaking to Dermot and Dave, Joe revealed what spurred him on to undertake some of his most difficult challenges, and gave his one tip for overcoming long distances when on the bike. Joe's book 'Going the Distance' is out now, and you can catch the chat with Joe by clicking play above.
Welcome back to another episode of the Dominate the Decade podcast! This week, the guys catch up about the recent developments in each of their lives, the content they've been consuming, how Adarius and Josh are adjusting to their new respective cities, what's going on in culture and much more! Additional topics include: HBO's & Issa Rae's "Insecure" and the effect the show has on culture Our thoughts on Halloween Podcast and TV show recommendations A recent report detailing that Black Americans outpace both White and Hispanic Americans in crypto investments For even more content, you can check out Dominate the Decade on social media; Instagram: @dominatethedecade, Twitter: @dominate_decade, and Facebook: Dominate the Decade. As always, thank you for your support of the podcast. Let's all continue to #DominateTheDecade one day at a time!
I'll be honest, in 35 years of teaching, this has been the hardest year so far. And that's not just because I'm old and kind of worn out. I think this whole Covid thing did way more damage to kids than just their academic abilities. A year and a half of unsupervised living and no responsibility to live up to any standards has ruined so many kids' abilities to cope with structure and navigate in a socially productive manner. Distance learners turned off their cameras and microphones and did God knows what for an entire year and a half. They could leave when they wanted, eat when they wanted, go to the bathroom when they wanted, and speak in whatever swear-word-laden way they wanted to whomever they wanted whenever they wanted. They are more addicted to social media than ever. Their phones have become a new appendage. And there were no consequences for any of this. We weren't allowed to fail students or hold them accountable for their schoolwork. 10 weeks into in-person learning, Schools are struggling with an increase in student fighting, depression, and other social-emotional-related issues. This has caused districts to implement mandatory social-emotional learning courses and interventions to help students re-learn how to navigate positive social interactions. Remember, our seventh graders were last in school at the end of 5th grade. They have lost a year-and-a-half of the social Interactions and the learning that happens through those. This isn't just happening at my school. This is a nationwide issue. But it's not just the students who are casualties of this period. Teachers are struggling with their social-emotional matters. This is a toll on teachers' energy levels and ability to want to interact with kids. There is a daily barrage of students bad language and berating that is often directed toward teachers and other adults. Some students just up and walk out of classrooms, talk over lessons, refuse to work, break out crying. There are staff members risking injury breaking up students' physical fights daily. But it's not only these in-school issues. Teachers and staff also lost family members and loved ones to Covid. Teachers spent a frustrating amount of time alone trying to teach to blank screens (Try talking to yourself for 5 hours a day for 180 days and see how you feel). And let's not forget about those teachers who have their young kids at home who are dealing with their emotional wellness. Teachers have Covid related social-emotional issues, too. But I haven't seen much talk about how to support those that support our kids. Where's our emotional support? Where do we go when we need to take a break? Our students have a wellness center where they can go to relax, color, play with fidget spinners. Teacher's need a wellness center, too. Many would just take a mental-wellness day off, but there are not enough substitute teachers to cover classes, and writing substitute lesson plans is more trouble than it is often worth. Not to mention the clean-up required when you return. There are all kinds of parent phone calls to make and detentions to mete out as a consequence of sub-induced student bad behavior. Hardly a mental break when worried about what they will come back to. In today's episode, Sharyn, Jen, and I give the lowdown on the new-normal (Oh, please God, don't let this be normal). It's a lot of venting (and a lot of swearing, just saying) People must realize that it's not just the students that are troubled, but the teachers who are trying their best to help their students recover and thrive again. More attention to the welfare of teachers must be given because otherwise there will be more casualties in the classroom. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/transparencyinteaching/message
This month on TITW, Molly teaches Liza and our listeners concepts from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), another "third wave" cognitive behavioral treatment that both overlaps with and differs from DBT. Molly has been practicing ACT at her therapy practice, and Liza... needs to brush up on her skills! First, Molly walks us through the six core processes of ACT, including "Cognitive Defusion," which is the process of watching thoughts come and go rather than getting caught up or buying into them. In some ways, this episode is a deep dive on the "Mindfulness of Current Thoughts" skill from the DBT Distress Tolerance module. We discuss how most humans experience unwanted automatic thoughts, and how we those of us with "stickier" brains can benefit from relating differently to such thoughts. We teach several defusion strategies, and also discuss how to use the DBT skill of "Check the Facts" to increase willingness to use these techniques. We wrap up with a coaching session! Here are some books to help you learn more about ACT: 1) Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life 2) The Happiness Trap 3) ACT Made Simple: An Easy-to-Read Primer on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy If you'd like to support TITW, we would be very grateful for donations of any amount you feel comfortable via Venmo @MollyStDenis. If a donation is not possible at this time, you can still support our work by leaving a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Thank you! *Check out our website at therapistsinthewild.com. And follow us on Instagram and Facebook @TherapistsInTheWild, and Twitter @TherapistsWild.
The gospels tell us that Peter followed Jesus at a distance once He was arrested. Many times we as believers put distance between ourselves and Jesus. We often do this because of our fear, love of the world and our love of sin. Like Peter, we are able to repent under the merciful grace of God and remove the distance between us and the Savior. JOHN 18:12-27 JOHN 9:20-23 JOHN 12:42-43 1 KINGS 11:1-4 LUKE 9:57-62 ISAIAH 59:2 ADDITIONAL SCRIPTURE: MATTHEW 26:58 MARK 14:54 LUKE 22:54 GALATIANS 1:10 1 JOHN 2:15 MATTHEW 6:24
Mystery Science Theater 3000's Mary Jo Pehl joins KATG to discuss being a teenager working at an assisted living facility, being robbed at gunpoint(?) while working at a 7-Eleven, and what she learned about handling terrible situations as an adult. NEWS BREAK: The judge in Wisconsin shooter Kyle Rittenhouse's trial says lawyers cannot call the 2 people Kyle killed “victims”. Mary Jo discusses an uninvited fan showing up at her home, and Keith and Mary Jo discuss their history with the Catholic Digest. NEWS BREAK: The Passion of the Christ's Jim Caviezel is a QAnon speaker, Alec Baldwin's prop gun that killed a cinematographer had been used earlier with live rounds by the crew to shoot cans and bottles for fun, and an art collective is selling a 1954 Andy Warhol sketch along with 99 fakes for $250 each without you knowing if you're buying the real one or a fake. Oh, and Sniffies.com.
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs - "The Distance" from the 2021 The Distance EP on Nice Age. Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, the musical pseudonym of Orlando Higginbottom, returned last year with his first collection of songs since his 2012's Trouble, a four-track EP called I Can Hear the Birds. After nearly a decade of releasing singles and collaborating with a horde of others including Amtrac, Bonobo, and Porter Robinson, the London-born producer is finally ready to give us the solo cuts we've been patiently waiting for. Our Song of the Day, “The Distance” is the title track from a forthcoming solo EP out October 27th. The blissful dance track is meditative and trancey with wistful glitched out vocals. “How long must I wait for this love?” T.E.E.D. beseeches. “I'm tired of breathing alone /Don't you know this could be you and me forever?” Rarely has longing felt this good. Read the full post on KEXP.org Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.