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Former Leitrim and Dublin footballer and member of the Fixtures Review Committee, Declan Darcy, joined Ger and Eoin to discuss the merits of Proposal B ahead of this weekend's GAA Special Congress. #OTBAM with Gillette | #BestFaceForward
This week we open the mailbag. It's been bulging for months with a backlog of your questions for Sonia on training, nutrition, injuries and more. Not only does Jarlath get the chance to ask all your questions for the GOAT but he also gets to dip into the raft of questions he has never had the chance to ask. In classic no-nonsense Sonia style, we get the whole truth on each subject and an account of the worst questions she's ever been asked. There's even time in the second half for Jarlath to ask if he is difficult to coach. The answer might surprise you. There's a review of our club event from last weekend and the announcement of an in person event this Sunday in Dublin. Join our running event on strava.com/clubs/irishmanrunningabroad and help raise vitally needed funds for our chosen charity partner jigsaw.ie and all the work they do to support young people in Ireland. Why not join Jarlath in raising money for Jigsaw by signing up to the Irishman Abroad challenge over at https://www.idonate.ie/event/2576_.html To hear every episode in full and to gain access to the entire back-catalogue of over 500 Irishman Abroad episodes that are not available on iTunes for just the price of a pint every month visit www.patreon.com/irishmanabroad Supplementary research provided by John Meagher. The Irishman Abroad Liveline is now open. You can now get in touch with us and feature on our shows by sending your WhatsApp voice note to 0044 7543 122 330. Why not pose a running question to Irish Olympic Legend Sonia O'Sullivan or ask our America Correspondent Marion McKeone her thoughts on a current talking point Stateside? Of course, if you have an issue with traffic or elephants on the loose in your area, Jarlath can do his best to sort that out too. Our charity partner is jigsawonline.ie. In these tricky times, Jigsaw provides a range of resources, advice and care for your people to help them strengthen their mental health and the skills needed to navigate life. Please visit their website and consider making a donation. For updates on future episodes and live shows follow @jarlath on Twitter, visit www.jigser.com or email the show directly on email@example.com. Disclaimer: All materials contained within this podcast are copyright protected. Third party reuse and/or quotation in whole or in part is prohibited unless direct credit and/or hyperlink to the Irishman Abroad podcast is clearly and accurately provided.
Featuring the handsome (some would say TOOO handsome) famed producer Mike Kennerty, also of the All American Rejects, we discuss the great panhandle state: Oklahoma: It's one of the last great bastions of indigenous people in this genocidal nation, it's got a weird thing where the beer has to have almost no alcohol in it and everyone I've ever met from there is a complete reckless maniac anyway. Once I ate 3 feet of corn dog at a St Patricks day fair there. Take that, Dublin. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
From the Greek Goddess Maia, to the Roman God Mercury, and the Lord Edward Pub in Dublin, this week's chat on inflation takes an eclectic turn. We're seeing price increases across various aspects of our lives - how worried should you be? Today we breakdown how these price increases came to be and how long they might last. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Trois ans après la légalisation de l'IVG en Irlande, l'interruption volontaire de grossesse est encore trop peu accessible et trop restreinte, selon les activistes, qui viennent de lancer une campagne contre « les barrières à l'avortement ». Notre correspondante à Dublin a assisté à leur Marche pour le droit de choisir. Ils sont une centaine, rassemblés devant le Parlement, pour réclamer un meilleur accès à l'interruption volontaire de grossesse. Phoebe a enfilé des gants de boxe pour symboliser son combat contre les barrières à l'IVG : « Il y a un délai de réflexion de trois jours. La limite de douze semaines est très stricte. Trop peu de médecins pratiquent l'IVG et c'est très difficile pour les gens des classes socio-économiques inférieures de se déplacer pour trouver un endroit où aller se faire avorter. C'est toujours très compliqué, même si c'est légal. » La jeune Dublinoise, militante depuis avant la décriminalisation, n'a jamais eu besoin de demander un avortement. Mais elle a « quelques amies qui ont avorté et, pour être honnête, elles sont toujours traumatisées par cette expérience. Ne serait-ce que de devoir essayer plusieurs cabinets médicaux pour trouver quelqu'un. Ça peut être très dur, surtout si vous ne voulez pas en parler à vos parents et que vous êtes toute seule à gérer ça. » Helen Stonehouse codirige la principale association de défense du droit à l'IVG, Alliance Rights Campaign. Elle fustige un avortement légal mais toujours stigmatisé et pas assez accessible : « Notre loi sur l'avortement n'est pas faite pour nous aider ; elle est faite pour nous contrôler. Nous ne pouvons exercer nos droits qu'après avoir prouvé que nous avions suffisamment attendu, suffisamment souffert, que notre situation est suffisamment tragique pour nécessiter un avortement. La loi doit être révisée cette année. Rappelez à vos élus que nous sommes toujours là et que nous ne relâcherons pas la pression avant d'obtenir des IVG sûres, gratuites, légales et locales ! » En 2020, en pleine pandémie, 200 Irlandaises ont dû avorter à l'étranger, à cause des restrictions légales Emma Hendrick distribue des flyers. Demande n°1 : l'interdiction de manifester autour des cabinets et centres médicaux, pour encourager plus de professionnels de santé à offrir la pilule abortive : « Nous savons que de nombreux médecins refusent de proposer l'IVG, car ils ont peur des manifestants. Ils peuvent être très intimidants pour les patients, avec leurs panneaux représentant de faux fœtus avortés, ils portent des petits cercueils blancs. Les gens vont dans ces centres pour des tas d'autres raisons aussi, reçoivent parfois de mauvaises nouvelles et n'ont pas forcément envie de voir des cercueils en sortant. » Helen Stonehouse, d'Alliance Rights for Choice, rappelle aussi le devoir d'information du gouvernement : la moitié des patients ne savent pas où demander une IVG. « Il n'y a pas de campagne d'information pour le numéro de téléphone ou le site officiel. Vous pourriez penser qu'il vous suffit d'aller chez votre médecin traitant, mais vu que 90% d'entre eux ne pratiquent pas l'IVG, ce n'est tout simplement pas possible. Tout cela demande de l'argent et des efforts. » La loi légalisant l'IVG prévoit une révision d'ici la fin de l'année. Le gouvernement n'a pas encore annoncé l'ouverture des consultations.
This is the first of three back-to-back episodes that will take us through one of the most critical periods of the war. The Autumn of 1920 witnessed an intensification of the conflict as British Crown forces began to get the upper hand on the IRA. This lead to two key events in Dublin - the Fernside Raid & the Execution of Kevin Barry. While these set the stage for the pivotal events of Bloody Sunday, the Fernside Raid and the bloody gun battles that followed were a key moment in the war.Additional Research - Sam McGrathSound - Jason LooneyAdditional Narrations - Therese Murray & Aidan CroweYou can get tickets to my live event (featuring Aidan Crowe) in the 800 Year old St Mary's Church, Kilkenny on November 6th now at https://historyshow.eventbrite.com Tickets for my show at the Liverpool Irish Festival at Grand Central, Liverpool on October 24th are available here https://www.liverpoolirishfestival.com/events/the-irish-history-podcast/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/irishhistory.
In 1980, 19 year old Deborah Robinson took a bus from her home in Belfast down to Dublin for the day. She never returned. Her body was found in ditch in rural Co. Kildare, and launched a huge murder investigation. It looked like the case might go cold after a year went by with no breaks in the case. But some loose threads lead investigators to a new suspect. ********* With thanks to our sponsors for this episode: Try the casual mobile puzzle game Best Fiends today! Find it on the Apple App store and Google Play! Check out the global leader in mens grooming and Get 20% Off + Free Shipping at Manscaped.com with the code MENS ********* Find us on Facebook or Twitter! With thanks to our supporters on Patreon! Donate today to get access to bonus and ad-free episodes! Check out the Mens Rea Merch Store! ********* Theme Music: Quinn's Song: The Dance Begins Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Additional Music: Allemande (Sting) by Wahneta Meixsell. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ ********* Sources: “Hunt for killer of Belfast girl” in The Belfast Telegraph(10 September 1980) p. 1, 4. “Check on bus passengers in murder hunt” in The Irish Times(11 September 1980) p. 1 “Deborah 'met someone in Dundalk'” in The Belfast Telegraph(11 September 1980) p. 1, 4. Michael MacConnell, “Belfast girl may have known killer” in The Irish Times (12 September 1980) p. 1 “Murder hunt: student held” in The Belfast Telegraph(12 September 1980) p. 1 “Man quizzed in murder hunt” in The Newcastle Evening Chronicle (13 September 1980) p. 1 “Deborah murder: man is still held” in The Belfast Telegraph(13 September 1980) p. 1. Dymphna Curley, “RUC interview couple who spoke to Deborah” in The Belfast Telegraph (15 September 1980) p. 1. Michael Devine, “Deborah: police review clues” in The Belfast Telegraph (16 September 1980) p. 4. “Gardai step up murder inquiries” in The Irish Times(16 September 1980) p. 1. “Deborah's mother talks to Swords man” in The Belfast Telegraph(17 September 1980) p. 11. “Gardai renew murder appeal” in The Belfast Telegraph(25 September 1980) p. 1. “Gardai in murder hunt search canal” in The Belfast Telegraph(26 September 1980) p. 13. Michael Devine, “Family of missing Eire girl fear 'Deborah' fate” in The Belfast Telegraph (2 October 1980) p. 1. “Garda seek sex killer after girl found strangled” in The Belfast Telegraph (7 November 1980) p. 5. “Fibres clue in hunt for Belfast girl's killer” in The Belfast Telegraph(12 December 1980) p. 3. “Gardai get new clues on murder” in The Irish Times(12 December 1980) p. 1. “Murder inquiry 'opened up again'” in The Irish Times(19 December 1980) p. 6. “Dead girl's parents hit out at authorities” in The Belfast Telegraph(23 July 1981) p. 4. Michael Devine, “One year on and the trail to Deborah's killer has gone cold” in The Belfast Telegraph(9 September 1981) p. 4 Michael Devine, “Belfast man in court on Deborah murder charge” in The Belfast Telegraph(3 December 1981) p. 1. “Man in day trip death case remanded” in The Belfast Telegraph(10 December 1981) p. 12. Michael Devine, “Murder probe 'one of gardai's biggest'” in The Belfast Telegraph(4 January 1982) p. 4. “Suicide threat of murder accused” in The Belfast Telegraph(16 January 1982) p. 5. “Deborah charge: bail not sought” in The Belfast Telegraph(30 January 1982) p. 3. “Court told how date trip girl was found dead in Kildare ditch” in The Belfast Telegraph(22 March 1982) p. 1, 4. “Man pleads not guilty to Belfast girl's murder” in The Irish Times(23 March 1982) p. 11. “Deborah died from strangulation – doctor” in The Belfast Telegraph(24 March 1982) p. 4. “Murdered girl's death due to strangulation, pathologist tells court” in The Irish Times(24 March 1982) p. 13. “Court told murdered girl died facing her attacker” in The Irish Times(25 March 1982) p. 15. “Man admitted Deborah killing, court told” in The Belfast Telegraph(26 March 1982) p. 1, 4. “Murder trial told of visit to priest” in The Irish Times(27 March 1982) p. 8. “Deborah: verdict must be murder, court told” in The Belfast Telegraph(29 March 1982) p. 1, 5. “Deborah's parents plan Ripper-style case against killer” in The Belfast Telegraph(30 March 1982) p. 17 “The long journey which ended in violent death” in The Belfast Telegraph(30 March 1982) p. 17. “Man gets life for murder of girl” in The Irish Times(30 March 1982) p. 1. “Robinson a teenager happy with her life” in The Irish Times(30 March 1982) p. 7. Chris Kelly, “Deborah trial leads to move in child case” in The Belfast Telegraph(31 March 1982) p. 1. “English girl's death review” in The Irish Times(31 March 1982) p. 6. “Killer fails in bid for freedom” in The Evening Herald(20 September 1996) p. 6. Ray Managh and Annemaria McEneaney, “Murderer of blind date girl loses plea after 15 years' jail” in The Irish Independent(21 September 1996) p. 9. Catherine Halloran, “Kerry head of Murder Squad in RTE documentary” in The Kerryman(5 February 1999) p. 3. Pol O Conghaile, “Silent Witness” in The Irish Independent(20 May 2000) p.p. 44-48. “Killer fails to get his life term reduced” in The Irish Times(21 September 1996) p. 4. Roisin Ingle, “Plastic bags and tweezers” in The Irish Times(2 March 1999) p. 13. “Clear your conscience” in The Newcastle Journal(14 September 1974) p. 3. “'Murder' shout at girl inquest” in The Newcastle Journal(18 January 1975) p. 3. Martin Breen, “Sex beast back on Belfast streets” in Sunday Life https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sunday-life/sex-beast-back-on-belfast-streets-28482096.html(7 June 2009) “Killer rapist now married to Presbyterian deaconess wife” in The Belfast Telegraph https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/killer-rapist-now-married-to-presbyterian-deaconess-wife-28780830.html(14 August 2012) Rapist and murderer accused of harrassing long los daughter” in The Impartial Reporter https://www.impartialreporter.com/news/13896703.rapist-and-murderer-accused-of-harrassing-long-lost-daughter/(23 October 2015) Damon Wilkinson, “The man who killed my 9 year old sister walked free. He went on to rape and murder a teenage girl” in The Manchester Evening News https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/the-man-who-killed-nine-14233328(4 February 2018)
Well in this fine podcast I discuss: The joy of mispronouncing Irish peoples first names, my favorite pub on planet earth (that's here in Dublin!), Red Eye flights, visiting my grandmothers house and the ZUNGA - the man thong of brazen Brazilian men worldwide
The lads are back to look back on what was a memorable week five - for the wrong reasons! Michael, Colum & Stewart look ahead to Week 6 as well, when the Denver Broncos will face the Las Vegas Raiders. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We tell the story of an Ireland Witch and her associates, including her son. Listen to the special Halloween episode as we tell her tale AND celebrate the podcast's 10,000 download milestone! Thank you all for listening. Hopefully you are learning something new each week. Cheers to another 10K! Music by Dresden the Flamingo, Which Witch? (Full song at the end of the episode.)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Dissecting)
Today, we have the MOST special guest—this woman is my HERO, and her books changed my life. Her name is Natalie Lue; she's a podcaster, speaker, artist, and writer of well-known books such as Mr. Unavailable and the Fallback Girl, a book that means so much to me I can basically recite it. Like so many women, Natalie had a litany of problems that included bad boundaries, toxic relationships, and a penchant for emotionally unavailable men. Until everything changed in 2005, when a crippling disease and the breakup from a barely-there guy triggered an awakening, igniting the desire to fight back. She wrote down her experiences and documented her journey, which led to self-publishing five best-selling books and creating Baggage Reclaim, including online courses, over 16,000 blog entries, and a podcast that has helped millions of women become "reclaimers" in over 140 countries. Through it all, her mission remains the same: if she can help even one person avoid what she went through and support others who have struggled with abandonment, rejection, trauma, people-pleasing, emotional unavailability, and feeling "not good enough," she's making the world a better place. Natalie Lue is a thought leader in relationships. Her no-nonsense, compassionate, and humorous take has garnered a following in over 140 countries, and she's been featured in The New York Times, NPR, and the BBC, to name a few. She's the author of Mr. Unavailable and the Fallback Girl, The No Contact Rule, The Dreamer and Fantasy Relationship and Love, Care, Trust & Respect, which has sold 140K+ copies, and her podcast, The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, has over 2 million downloads. Harper Horizon is publishing her next book, The Joy of Saying No, in October 2022. Aside from her self-help blog, Baggage Reclaim, she is also the founder of the kids' lifestyle blog Bambino Goodies. Born in England, raised in Dublin, Ireland, she's based in South East London with her husband, two daughters, and crazy cockerpoo. She left advertising to become a full-time blogger for the past 13.5 years. She's the former relationship columnist for In The Moment Magazine and has spoken at numerous conferences and given talks at companies including Amazon and InTouch in the U.S. Her current work centers around people-pleasing, boundaries, mindfulness, and creativity. Kerry Brett and Natalie Lue cover a lot of ground. In my opinion, Natalie is a brilliant writer who channeled this epic book and had the unique and perfect skill set to put it all together. If you struggle to date or think something is wrong with you, unworthy or not good enough, this episode will be a game-changer. Topics include:Why Natalie has a knack for calling a spade a spade, tune into why she's always 100 percent right when it comes to problems within relationships.You're not crazy or losing your mind, why it's crazy-making dealing with a "Mr. Unavailable".Why Mr. Unavailable and the Fallback Girl is the the gift that keeps on giving.Why Natalie's books speak to the collective pain women, go through.Why women are socialized and conditioned to get the short end of the stick when it comes to toxic relationships.Why this is not the "Last Chance Saloon" and why we should never settle!What a relationship looks like with a "Mr. Unavailable", spoiler alert it's not pretty and never ends well. EVER!Why "Mr. Unavailable and the Fallback Girl" was survival for me because society doesn't talk about these things or these types of men who cause all this distribution, havoc, and pain.The definition of "Future Faking" – when someone fakes a future to get what they want in the present.What "Fast Forwarding" is and why things start intense and moments later end up in smokes.Why "Mr. Unavailable's" use "blowing hot or cold" to manage down expectations and control the narrative.What is an "Overlapper" and why they justified their awful actions to a "slip and fa
Private Practice in Owner on PT in Dublin; Moving to Florida and Building Niche Treatments
Hello What's the craic. Welcome back to the magic minds podcast" Stories that have the power to inspire". We are liberties number one podcast. The best podcast in Dublin 8 I'm proud to say. on the show today is a friend of the show Darren Creighton. Matt speaks to Darren Creighton about the loss of his son Dale who was murdered in 2014 by a gang in Tallaght on New Year's eve and the shock and horror of his daughter Danielle's death from suicide 12 months ago. This is a powerful, emotional and beautiful interview that we are proud to share. Darren is a brave, compassionate and kind soul. Darren is loved by his community in the liberties. we would love for you to share his story and we would appreciate your feedback. EXCITING NEWS- Matt's Mindfulness and gratitude activity journal "My Head to My Heart" is now available to purchase. https://magicmindsfoundation.company.site/fbclid=IwAR1zp1r4CdFU2tOxmohGNLuCLAj247w91kFxHo90Xn2L2ugis5fLoeUt37o If you enjoy our work and would love to support us with the Publication of Matt's book then please subscribe to our Patreon Page. If you can afford to buy us a coffee or a pint once a month we would be delighted but if you cant that's ok too, you can listen for free. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=42505663. LOVE & KINDNESS TO YOU XXX Huge thank you to our Sponsors and Charities. I want to thank Niall Reilly and the team at Rooney media graphics. Also we have Liberty photos who is owned by Andy who is Matt's trusty side kick on the podcast. So if you need any photographs for weddings or birthday parties then Liberties Media Hub is the place to go. Shannon's helpline, Don't forget check out our website for more information on our previous interviews http://magicminds.ie/ Special thanks to our: Sponsors: Niall Reilly- www.rooneymedia.com Andrew O'Connell- www.libertiesphoto.ie Supports: Shannon's Hopeline - www.shannonshopeline.ie Magic Minds Podcast Team Matt Burke- Host Andrew O'Connell- Video Production & social Media Hannah Burke - Social Media --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/magic-minds/message
Convicted drug dealer Graham ‘The Wig' Whelan is facing jail after pleading guilty to a number of offences relating to his arrest at a luxury Dublin hotel, when he was caught with cash in his pocket and an expensive watch on his arm by undercover officers investigating drug crime. While the offences may seem small for criminal as significant Whelan, they have placed the spotlight on his fall from the lofty heights as a senior member of one of Ireland's most-ruthless crime gangs. Nicola Tallant talks with Sunday World Deputy Editor Niall Donald about the life and crimes of Graham 'The Wig' Whelan. They discuss the infamous Holiday Inn Hotel drug bust that started a war, the tough-man image that helped him rise through the ranks of gangland and the lonely future he faces after multiple tragedies visited his life.
We're joined this week by one of Ireland's most famous writers, Roddy Doyle, whose Barrytown books are arguably still Dublin city's favourite novels.Roddy joined us to talk about everything from his inspirations, his work writing novels and films, his life growing up in Kilbarrack, his view on how Dublin city is changing today & so much more.He even criticised how we spell “Talking Bollox”.
I'M BACK!!! It's been a long old break - two and a half months - and it feels great to be relaunching Life In The Stocks with one of my favourite humans: Keith Buckley from Every Time I Die. I explain the long hiatus in the intro. I also give all the info on my upcoming Live Q&A tour with Keith in February 2022. We're visiting London, Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds, Belfast & Dublin. Tickets can be bought here: https://everytimeidie.net/tourFollow Keith on Twitter: @deathofthepartyFollow Keith on Twitch: twitch.tv/officialkeithbuckleySubscribe to Keith on Patreon: patreon.com/keithbuckleyFollow me on Facebook / Twitter / Instagram: @mattstocksdjCheck out the Life In The Stocks Patreon page, support this podcast, and get all kinds of extras in return, from bonus podcasts & DJ mixes to archive print interviews & radio shows. www.patreon.com/lifeinthestocksMy first book, 'Life In The Stocks: Veracious Conversations with Musicians & Creatives (Vol. 01)' is also out NOW and is available via Amazon, Waterstones, Blackwell's & Rare Bird Publishing. https://rarebirdlit.com/life-in-the-stocks-veracious-conversations-with-musicians-creatives/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ian Redmond, operator of Tramline nightclub in Dublin, and Adrian Cummins, CEO of Restaurants Association of Ireland, react to the Taoiseach's comments that the re-opening of nightclubs and restaurants may not go ahead as planned.
This week, some Genie details, what will be available in the cost, and what will be an upcharge, Web Slingers going standby….. sometimes, what is going on with the trams, new cast members of all kinds, Muppets take over, we talk about the end of our trip, and more! Please support the show if you can by going to https://www.dlweekly.net/support/. If you want some DLWeekly Swag, you can pick some up at https://www.dlweekly.net/store/. Book your travel through ConciEARS at no extra cost to you! Be sure to mention that you heard about ConciEARS from DLWeekly at booking! If you want some awesome headwear or one of a kind items, be sure to visit our friends over at All Enchanting Ears! You can use the promo code DLWEEKLY10 to get 10% off your order! News: This week, we got some more details about the Genie service coming to the parks soon. Over in Walt Disney World, the service will launch on October 19th. No date is set for Disneyland yet, but Disney says it will be announced soon. The Genie+ service, which is an additional cost, will be available at a number of attractions and works just like MaxPass from before the closure. Individual Lightning Lane selections will be an additional purchase on top of Genie+ and Lightning Lane, and will be priced from $7 to $15 per attraction, per guest. At this time, only Radiator Springs Racers, WEB Slingers, and Rise of the Resistance will be on the Lightning Lane+ service. – https://www.ocregister.com/2021/10/08/disneyland-reveals-new-disney-genie-details-heres-how-the-itinerary-planning-app-works/ and https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2021/10/disney-genie-launching-at-walt-disney-world-resort/ At Disneyland, the following attractions will feature Lightning Lane as part of the Genie+ paid service. To be clear, these are part of the $20 per guest, per day Genie+ service, and not part of the Lightning Lane additional charge. Autopia, Big Thunder, Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters, Haunted Mansion, Indiana Jones, it's a small world, Matterhorn, Smuggler's Run, Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin, Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, and Star Tours. Over in DCA, Goofy's Sky School, Grizzly River Run, Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission Breakout, Incredicoaster, Monsters, Inc., Soarin', and Midway Mania. – https://www.ocregister.com/2021/10/08/disneyland-announces-22-rides-where-you-can-pay-to-skip-the-lines-heres-how/ and https://disneyland.disney.go.com/genie/ Guests that have been to Disney California Adventure this past week on rainy days may have been able to ride Web Slingers by waiting in a standby queue, instead of getting a boarding pass. Disneyland is switching to a standby queue on days when the attendance are lower for the new attraction. Guests who get a boarding group at the 7am window will have their boarding group honored, but there may not be a need for the noon boarding groups, and switch to standby only. The standby queue usually becomes active around 4-6pm. – https://www.ocregister.com/2021/10/12/disneyland-pauses-web-slingers-virtual-queue-on-slow-days-and-switches-to-standby-line/ One of the big questions guests have been asking a lot recently is what is going on with the trams? The Orange County Register thinks that it is still related to the COVID-19 health and safety regulations that have been in place since the parks reopened. There were some posts online this week that said the trams were needing repairs after not being run for nearly a year and a half and maintenance teams are already overloaded. So, the real answer to when the trams come back is anyone's guess. – https://www.ocregister.com/2021/10/11/when-will-disneyland-parking-lot-trams-return/ Joffrey's Coffee & Tea Company has finally made it to the west coast from Florida. The coffee stand that sits at the entrance to Pixar Pier and Paradise Wharf was recently converted to a Joffrey's, along with adding mobile ordering and some food offerings. Breakfast offerings are abailable until 11am, with a burrito available after. A chia fruit salad, sugar cookie, chocolate chip cookie, and chocolate croissants are offered all day. – https://dlnewstoday.com/2021/10/photos-joffreys-coffee-tea-company-makes-disneyland-resort-debut-at-the-gourmet-coffee-stand-at-disney-california-adventure/ Disney+ has been an excellent source of information and entertainment about the parks since it launched in 2019. A new movie, which will focus on the creation of Disneyland, will be debuting on the service in the future. The movie will be written by Evan Spiliotopoulos, who worked on The Jungle Book 2 and Beauty and the Beast. David Gordon Green is set to direct. He worked on Halloween and Halloween Kills as the writer and director. – https://dlnewstoday.com/2021/10/movie-focusing-on-disneylands-creation-coming-to-disney/ The Disneyland Resort has been hiring quite a few new cast members recently, although not a lot with more than two legs! The Circle D Ranch has recently received 5 new horses for Disneyland. The new horses are Dublin, a four-year-old Belgian and Percheron cross, Champ and his half brother Chip, who are 5 years-old and are Clydesdales. Lily is 5 years-old, with no breed mentioned. Finally, there is Pumpkin, who is one-and-a-half years old, and is a Percheron. The training to get horses from the ranch to Disneyland can take from 6 months to a year, depending on the horse. – https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2021/10/meet-the-new-disneyland-horses-at-circle-d-ranch/ After three long years, the current Disneyland Ambassadors Justin and Rafa, who would normally have held the position for two years, but because of COVID, their term was extended to three years, will retire to other positions in the parks. The new 2022-223 Ambassadors were announced last week, making their titles official. Mark is currently a stage manager in Disney California Adventure, starting with the company back in 2013. Nataly is a guest relations VIP hostess, starting with the company back in 2010. – https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2021/10/meet-the-next-disneyland-resort-ambassador-team/ Weeklyteers who are like Tage and love building models of Disneyland, there is a new 3D model book coming out soon! “Build Your Own Disneyland Park: Press Out 3D Model is now available for preorder on Amazon for $14.99. The book has 35 press out pieces and instructions to build a 3D model of Disneyland. There is also some information about each of the lands in the book. The book will be out on December 7, 2021. – https://dlnewstoday.com/2021/10/shop-new-build-your-own-disneyland-park-3d-model-fact-book-available-for-pre-order-on-amazon/ For Weeklyteers who watched the Muppets Haunted Mansion Halloween special on Disney+ this week, the Disney Parks Blog has released some wallpapers, stickers, and more! Some of the wallpapers include Miss Piggy as Madame Pigota, Animal, and Muppet versions of famous locations from the Haunted Mansion. There are some GIPHY stickers when you search Disney Plus Life on Instagram, and more. – https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2021/10/celebrate-muppets-haunted-mansion-with-all-new-digital-wallpapers-stickers-and-more/ The Haunted Mansion exhibit at Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln has been updated to include some of the props that were used to film the Muppets Haunted Mansion special. Some of the items include a “2 DIE 4” license plate, the crystal ball from Madame Pigota, the maids spray bottle from that same scene, coffins, and more. There are even notes from the Muppets themselves about some of the items! – https://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2021/10/08/photos-you-can-see-props-used-in-muppets-haunted-mansion-in-disneyland/ Uva Bar in Downtown Disney has some new drinks on the menu for Halloween. The Beetlejuice contains vodka, melon liqueur, and blue curacao, the Vampire Bite has Nolet's gin, rosemary simple syrup, pink grapefruit, and soda water. The Trick or Treat has High West bourbon, pumpkin spice syrup, lemon juice and soda water. Finally, the Black Cat has vodka, raspberry liquor, and lime juice. Each cocktail is $15 and should be available through the Halloween season. – https://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2021/10/12/halloween-peeps-assemble-theres-a-beetlejuice-drink-in-downtown-disney/ Discussion: Our last couple of days for the Oogie Boogie Bash trip.
Merchant's Arch is a part of the story of the golden age - just about - of Dublin planning. From the Wide Streets Commission to the redevelopment of Temple Bar, this Dublin passageway is at the centre of the story of a changing city. So, what to do with it?
Jen Schwanke joins me this week as we respond to listener questions. Jen Schwanke is an author and education leader from Dublin City Schools in Dublin, Ohio. We have two questions from a listener who wrote for feedback as an opportunity is opening to apply for a site principal position. LISTENER QUESTION 1: “After several years […] The post PMP266: Principal Questions on Curriculum and Goals with Jen Schwanke first appeared on Principal Matters.
Episode 115 - Stephanie is deeply passionate about the message of Os Guinness. In Part 2 of this interview, Os and Stephanie take things personally: how will our true knowing of God shape our calling and tranform us into the force for transformation God is calling us to be? Os takes us to the Old Testament truths of justice, community and covenant as radically important ideas that show the world the way forward for each of us personally. “There are two revolutionary faiths bidding to take the world forward,” Guinness writes. “There is no choice facing America and the West that is more urgent and consequential than the choice between Sinai and Paris. Will the coming generation return to faith in God and to humility, or continue to trust in the all sufficiency of Enlightenment reason, punditry, and technocracy? Will its politics be led by principles or by power?” While Guinness cannot predict our ultimate fate, he warns that we must recognize the crisis of our time and debate the issues openly. As individuals and as a people, we must choose between the revolutions, between faith in God and faith in Reason alone, between freedom and despotism, and between life and death. GOSPEL SPICE GIVEAWAY We are giving away copies of the Magna Carta of Humanity, the phenomenal book that we are discussing today on the show. To enter for a chance to win, go to gospelspice.com/giveaway. Winners will be drawn at random among the entries and contacted directly. MEET OS GUINNESS Os Guinness is an author and social critic. Great-great-great grandson of Arthur Guinness, the Dublin brewer, he was born in China in World War Two where his parents were medical missionaries. A witness to the climax of the Chinese revolution in 1949, he was expelled with many other foreigners in 1951 and returned to Europe where he was educated in England. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of London and his D.Phil in the social sciences from Oriel College, Oxford. Os has written or edited more than thirty books, including The Call, Time for Truth, Unspeakable, A Free People's Suicide, The Global Public Square, Last Call for Liberty, and Carpe Diem Redeemed. His latest book, The Magna Carta of Humanity: Sinai's Revolutionary Faith and the Future of Freedom, was published in 2018. Since moving to the United States in 1984, Os has been a Guest Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Studies, a Guest Scholar and Visiting Fellow at the Brookings Institution, and Senior Fellow at the Trinity Forum and the EastWest Institute in New York. He was the lead drafter of the Williamsburg Charter in 1988, a celebration of the bicentennial of the US Constitution, and later of “The Global Charter of Conscience,” which was published at the European Union Parliament in 2012. Os has spoken at many of the world's major universities, and spoken widely to political and business conferences across the world. He lives with his wife Jenny in the Washington DC area. You will find him at http://www.osguinness.com/ IF YOU'VE ENJOYED THIS INTERVIEW, YOU WILL LOVE OUR GOSPEL SPICE SERIES! Click to check out the first episode of each season: We are currently in the middle of our series titled "Centering on Christ: the Tabernacle" which is such a fitting context for today's interview! Check out the first episode in this current series on gospelspice.com or wherever you are listening to this one from! "Identity in the Battle": https://www.podcastics.com/episode/74762/link/ The Gospel of Matthew: https://www.podcastics.com/episode/3281/link/ The Psalms: The Gospel of Luke: https://www.podcastics.com/episode/40838/link/ The Book of Proverbs: https://www.podcastics.com/episode/68112/link/ DISCOVER THE GOSPEL SPICE MINISTRIES BEHIND THIS EPISODE If you enjoyed this episode, we invite you to discover more about how God is at work at Gospel Spice Ministries, and even to join in His work! There are 3 easy ways to do that: PLAY IT FORWARD by SHARING the show with friends and family: https://www.podcastics.com/podcast/38/link/ PAY IT FORWARD by supporting us financially: gospelspice.com/payitforward PRAY IT FORWARD by praying for us and those you share it with! Go to gospelspice.com for more info about Gospel Spice Ministries, the umbrella ministry over the podcast. You will discover our partners and the various services we offer, such as in-depth Bible studies with interactive conversation groups, a couple of times a year. Go to gospel-spice.com (with a "dash"!) to join the Gospel Spice Podcast community and interact with us! Contact us on the website or at firstname.lastname@example.org to send us your prayer requests (we pray for you as a team every week!) and let us know how we can come alongside you. Support us!
Stop roving. Start listening to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Ciana, The Glory Reel, Eira, Willowgreen, Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, Devils Water, Jen Midkiff, Amelia Hogan, Dustin Cooper, Bill Mullen, Mickey Coleman, Dom Duff, Plunk Murray, Niteworks, Gaelynn Lea I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you did, please share the show on social or with a friend. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is here to build our diverse Celtic community and help the incredible artists who so generously share their music with you. If you hear music you love, buy the albums, shirts, and songbooks, follow the artists on streaming, see their shows, and drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. Every week, you can get Celtic music news in your inbox. The Celtic Music Magazine is a quick and easy way to plug yourself into more great Celtic culture. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. 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THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:05 - Ciana "The Mill House / Mason's Apron" from Cíana 3:53 - WELCOME 4:55 - The Glory Reel "The Repeal of the Union" from The Glory Reel 8:51 - Eira "Mo Churachan" from Eira 13:02 - Willowgreen "O' Carolan's Receipt" from Willowgreen 16:01 - Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer "Jiggle the Old Bones" from Sleep Deprivation 20:47 - FEEDBACK 26:19 - Devils Water "Three Crows Flew / Lang Stayed Away" from Treading the Marches 30:29 - Jen Midkiff "Inis Siar/Slane/O Waly Waly Medley" from All in Good Time 35:02 - Amelia Hogan "No Irish Need Apply" from Transplants: From the Old to the New 39:55 - Dustin Cooper "An Dro, And Le Laridé" from So Many Strings, So Little Time 42:40 - Bill Mullen "Wild Rover" from The Beginning 46:11 - THANKS 47:18 - Mickey Coleman "Holylands Belfast" from Carefully Crafted 50:18 - Dom Duff "Buan yann buan" from Babel pow wow 53:53 - Plunk Murray "Rocky Road to Dublin" from Another Drink 57:16 - Niteworks "Poor Ben feat. Donald Macdonald" from Niteworks 1:01:35 - CLOSING 1:02:45 - Gaelynn Lea "The Parting Glass / Brenda Stubbert's Reel" from The Songs We Sing Along the Way The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. Subscribe through your favorite podcatcher or on our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through music at http://celticmusicpodcast.com/. WELCOME TO CELTIC MUSIC * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I'm a Celtic musician and podcaster. This show is dedicated to the independent Celtic musicians. Please support these artists. Share the show with your friends. And find more episodes at celticmusicpodcast.com. You can also support this podcast on Patreon. I'm looking for some good stories to share on our companion podcast. Pub Songs & Stories is a Virtual Public House for musicians to share the stories and inspiration behind their music. If you have a story that you'd like to share about a song, from a gig, or maybe even just a piece of Celtic history that you love. Drop me an email. Put “Pub Story” in the show subject. Tell me about your story. Maybe I'll ask you to record your story for the show. THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST! Because of Your kind and generous support, this show comes out at least four times a month. Your generosity funds the creation, promotion and production of the show. It allows us to attract new listeners and to help our community grow. As a patron, you get to hear episodes before regular listeners. When we hit a milestone, you get an extra-long episode. You can pledge a dollar or more per episode and cap how much you want to spend each month over on Patreon. And if you pledge $5 or more per episode, you'll also get the all new music-only episodes. I introduce the show, play non-stop music for nearly an hour, and then close the show. Plus, you'll get access to hundreds of free MP3 downloads. A super special thanks to our Celtic Legends: Dan mcDade, Samir Malak, Carol Baril, Miranda Nelson Designs, Nancie Barnett, Kevin Long, Lynda MacNeil, Annie Lorkowski, Travis Senzaki, Shawn Cali You can become a generous Patron of the Podcast on Patreon at SongHenge.com. TRAVEL WITH CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through its culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos. Learn more about the invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/ #celticmusic #irishmusic #celticmusicpodcast I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to email@example.com Peter Bengston emailed: "Flight to Tucson canceled. Sitting at Reagan airport in DC waiting for replacement airplane to fly back to Tucson. Listening to episode 513, very relaxing" PETER BENGSTON FLIGHT CANCELED Mary L Deal emailed: "Hi Marc, I forgot to tell you that my mom and I went to Ireland back in 1994. We loved it. Got drunk and then got lost in Dublin... At night. We only got to see the southern towns all the way around the Southern portion. Beautiful places all over. We met a gal Bartender from Boston who went over there and hasn't left. I have your CD that has the resterant on it. Irish Dring Songs? Brodignagian Bards I think. I just love it. My daughter loves it too. She had seen a gentleman who told the story of "an Irish Christmas". You make it. I think your family might too. it's wonderful. Slainte," Ken Katen sent you a message on Patreon: "Hi, Marc - Listening to your Love of Planet Earth (#491- I'm catching up on my music podcasts), I thought it was well past time that I thank you for so many years of WONDERFUL Irish & Celtic music. I've been listening to your podcast since very nearly the beginning, sometimes more religiously than others. Sure, it's been grand to hear - and now to get to see a bit of - you, how you and your family have grown and, even tho we've never met face to face, I feel like I know you, just a bit. I remember when you moved (from Texas?) to New Orleans, when you met your LadyLove, and when your wee daughter needed such a grievous surgery (I believe I lit a candle). I hope you all are doing fine, and I'm glad I can help you here at Patreon. I wish I could do more, but I'm supporting a few artists here and [buying] music when I can. One of my favoritest memories, from many years ago now, is of bombing along the dirt ‘backcountry' roads of Joshua Tree National Park, in my then-new 2006 Ford Escape Hybrid AWD, windows up to keep the dust out, a/c on and your podcast playing LOUD. That show was one when you played a pub-ish song (I think one of yours) that was a paen to Joss Whedon, over whom you also rhapsodized before & after the song. I'd tried “Firefly,” it hadn't resonated, but you convinced me to give it another try. By the second episode I was intrigued, by the third I'd fallen hopelessly in love, both with Serenity and her crew (WHAT? only 14 episodes??!!) and with all things Whedon. I had my own grievous surgery/recovery awhile after that, and I loaded up my Netlix CD queue with Angel, based on its description of a troubled vampire trying to navigate his way through the modern world, and when I realized it was a Buffy spinoff, I went back and started watching Buffy until Angel spun off, then watched them in airing order (compulsive engineer here) until they both wrapped up. And since then, Dollhouse, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (well, a lot of it, anyway) - he's so darn [prolific]. I'm not sure whether to say “Thank you” or “Curse ye.” ;) And along the way, I've learned so much about Celtic history and culture from listening to your show - Italian Celts - who knew?? Your taste and selections have grown more and more discerning, and the old favorites come around again too, and I'm always a sucker for a beautiful ballad or a stirring dance instrumental. And your commitment to showcasing diversity in the Celtic music world is outstanding - not only your women only shows, but now your commitment putting together a Pride show of LGBT+ artists. As a gay man myself, who went to the first ever Northern California Renaissance Pleasure Faire - in my defense, I WAS still in high school - and spent some time in my 20's hanging out with the SCA, I know we fae folk have always been a big, but more-or-less closeted part of the re-creationist/Celtic music and cultural world, which [can] present as overtly misogynistic and heterocentric. Just like in real life, sometimes, I guess. But closets are for kilts. And your hand made chain mail, if you've got it. So a big rainbow THANK YOU! .?? for all you're doing to bring out its beautiful diversity. All this has been a longwinded way (I'm Sicilian and Greek, so...) of saying “Thank you” for all the pleasure you've given me. Now that I'm retired, and locked down here in San Francisco, I plan to mark my calendar for the next Celtfather show. Once we're past this dratted Crown Virus thingy, p'raps I'll be able to join you on a Celtic Invasion Vacation, if you're still doing them. Bliadhna Mhath Ùr”
Paul Marsh is a Dublin based Comedian (Though he is from Tipperary, where the Keeshan Clan also hails from). During the early days of the lockdown he set up a page on facebook called "Irish Dad Jokes". It started as a small page to comment on cheesy jokes, but it's membership has grown to over 7,000 and has become a Gladiator school to train the next generation of comedians and writers. Paul discusses the page unusual success, the impact of lockdown and the now reopening of comedy rooms in Ireland, getting back mmatch fit and getting a tour under way. He also talks about being a Fireman.
We chat with Daniela Illuminati - Director of Operations and Dublin Site Lead for TELUS, to learn more about her insights around CX and industry wide trends to watch. About TELUS International Ireland TELUS International Ireland is a leading Irish-based provider of digitally-enabled customer experience (CX) and business process solutions, and is a key location in the TELUS International family. It has two CX and IT delivery centers strategically located in Dublin and Cork as well as a site in Ballina providing AI data solutions to support many of the world's top brands. In December 2019, TELUS International completed its acquisition of Voxpro, with the sale seeing the ownership of the business, including facilities, business operations and employees transfer to TELUS International. With almost 2,000 team members, TELUS International Ireland is committed to promoting and celebrating diversity and inclusion within its team, company and the community where it lives, works and serves. This includes inclusive, high-impact volunteer days like TELUS Days of Giving. More about Daniela Illuminati - Director of Operations and Dublin Site Lead Daniela Illuminati joined TELUS International in April 2018 as Senior Operations Manager, and shortly afterwards became Site Lead for the Dublin office and Director of Operations. She is also a member of the TI Ireland Senior Leadership Team. Daniela is an experienced leader with extensive background in online operations in the tech industry, having worked for almost 10 years in Google Ireland, supporting the AdWords Sales organisation, by providing customer service, technical support as well as sales consultancy services to both SMBs and global accounts in the Google Adwords and YouTube network.
Jon Gruden's fall from grace is discussed, another Jeopardy! contestant's long run comes to an end, Brianne joins the show to talk about going to the Vikings game and to play this week's Pop Music Pop Quiz, and John Bonnes and Mike Mussman join in on the fun and talk Dublin!
Featuring the handsome (some would say TOOO handsome) famed producer Mike Kennerty, also of the All American Rejects, we discuss the great panhandle state: Oklahoma: It's one of the last great bastions of indigenous people in this genocidal nation, it's got a weird thing where the beer has to have almost no alcohol in it and everyone I've ever met from there is a complete reckless maniac anyway. Once I ate 3 feet of corn dog at a St Patricks day fair there. Take that, Dublin. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ana Ortiz Wienken is a Berklee College of Music alumni, graduated with a Magna Cum Laude in Film Scoring, Conducting and Music Production. Her career has been eventually intense as she began her musical training at the Russian Conservatory Katarina Gurska of Madrid, in where she obtained a Magna Cum Laude degree in classical piano performance and contemporary composition. Ana had the honor of assisting and working with award winning composers in relation with Warner Bros. Studios, Music & Motion Productions, Team Disney, Output, Velvet Green Music, Chroma Music for TV and Advertising and the Latin Grammy Scholarship Foundation. Her knowledge and experience in recording studios in Los Angeles, CA. Boston, MA. New York, NY. Madrid, Spain. Panamá, Venice, Italy, and Dublin, Ireland has taken her to found her company AOW Music Productions. In our conversation Ana speaks about her experiences with working in the film and composing industry and how she works for herself as an entrepreneurial composer. Learn more on Dreams Not Memes.
Pete was forced to jump into the canal backwards and swim to safety after he was threatened at knife point in Dublin last night. Liveline callers debate with Fr Roy Donovan who compared the Catholic Church to the Taliban over its discrimination and exclusion of women from ordination, decision-making and governance.
Episode 114 - Stephanie is deeply passionate about the message of Os Guinness. How are we to understand the times we are living in? How are we to live as Christians and agents of both reconciliation and truth in a culture that seems to seek neither? How are we to fulfill our calling, individually and corporately? The stakes could not be higher--and the answers are found in Scripture. Join us for a fascinating conversation, a deep dive into the human heart, and an ambitious call to live for such a time as this. In these stormy times, loud voices from all fronts call for revolution and change. But what kind of revolution brings true freedom to both society and the human soul? In his latest book and on Gospel Spice today, cultural observer Os Guinness explores the nature of revolutionary faith, contrasting between secular revolutions such as the French Revolution and the faith-led revolution of ancient Israel. He argues that the story of Exodus is the highest, richest, and deepest vision for freedom in human history. It serves as the master story of human freedom and provides the greatest sustained critique of the abuse of power. His contrast between “Paris” and “Sinai” offers a framework for discerning between two kinds of revolution and their different views of human nature, equality, and liberty. Drawing on the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures, Guinness develops Exodus as the Magna Carta of humanity, with a constructive vision of a morally responsible society of independent free people who are covenanted to each other and to justice, peace, stability, and the common good of the community. This is the model from the past that charts our path to the future. “There are two revolutionary faiths bidding to take the world forward,” Guinness writes. “There is no choice facing America and the West that is more urgent and consequential than the choice between Sinai and Paris. Will the coming generation return to faith in God and to humility, or continue to trust in the all sufficiency of Enlightenment reason, punditry, and technocracy? Will its politics be led by principles or by power?” While Guinness cannot predict our ultimate fate, he warns that we must recognize the crisis of our time and debate the issues openly. As individuals and as a people, we must choose between the revolutions, between faith in God and faith in Reason alone, between freedom and despotism, and between life and death. Part 2 of this conversation will release as a bonus episode later this week. Stay tuned! MEET OS GUINNESS Os Guinness is an author and social critic. Great-great-great grandson of Arthur Guinness, the Dublin brewer, he was born in China in World War Two where his parents were medical missionaries. A witness to the climax of the Chinese revolution in 1949, he was expelled with many other foreigners in 1951 and returned to Europe where he was educated in England. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of London and his D.Phil in the social sciences from Oriel College, Oxford. Os has written or edited more than thirty books, including The Call, Time for Truth, Unspeakable, A Free People's Suicide, The Global Public Square, Last Call for Liberty, and Carpe Diem Redeemed. His latest book, The Magna Carta of Humanity: Sinai's Revolutionary Faith and the Future of Freedom, was published in 2018. Since moving to the United States in 1984, Os has been a Guest Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Studies, a Guest Scholar and Visiting Fellow at the Brookings Institution, and Senior Fellow at the Trinity Forum and the EastWest Institute in New York. He was the lead drafter of the Williamsburg Charter in 1988, a celebration of the bicentennial of the US Constitution, and later of “The Global Charter of Conscience,” which was published at the European Union Parliament in 2012. Os has spoken at many of the world's major universities, and spoken widely to political and business conferences across the world. He lives with his wife Jenny in the Washington DC area. You will find him at http://www.osguinness.com/ GOSPEL SPICE GIVEAWAY We are giving away copies of the Magna Carta of Humanity, the phenomenal book that we are discussing today on the show. To enter for a chance to win, go to gospelspice.com/giveaway. Winners will be drawn at random among the entries and contacted directly. IF YOU'VE ENJOYED THIS INTERVIEW, YOU WILL LOVE OUR GOSPEL SPICE SERIES! Click to check out the first episode of each season: We are currently in the middle of our series titled "Centering on Christ: the Tabernacle" which is such a fitting context for today's interview! Check out the first episode in this current series on gospelspice.com or wherever you are listening to this one from! "Identity in the Battle": https://www.podcastics.com/episode/74762/link/ The Gospel of Matthew: https://www.podcastics.com/episode/3281/link/ The Psalms: The Gospel of Luke: https://www.podcastics.com/episode/40838/link/ The Book of Proverbs: https://www.podcastics.com/episode/68112/link/ DISCOVER THE GOSPEL SPICE MINISTRIES BEHIND THIS EPISODE If you enjoyed this episode, we invite you to discover more about how God is at work at Gospel Spice Ministries, and even to join in His work! There are 3 easy ways to do that: PLAY IT FORWARD by SHARING the show with friends and family: https://www.podcastics.com/podcast/38/link/ PAY IT FORWARD by supporting us financially: gospelspice.com/payitforward PRAY IT FORWARD by praying for us and those you share it with! Go to gospelspice.com for more info about Gospel Spice Ministries, the umbrella ministry over the podcast. You will discover our partners and the various services we offer, such as in-depth Bible studies with interactive conversation groups, a couple of times a year. Go to gospel-spice.com (with a "dash"!) to join the Gospel Spice Podcast community and interact with us! Contact us on the website or at firstname.lastname@example.org to send us your prayer requests (we pray for you as a team every week!) and let us know how we can come alongside you. Support us!
Tunes (Order…cause they are mostly the same haha): William Litten: The Highland Man, Jigg Poltage Robert Bremner: The Highlandman Kiss'd his Mother James Aird: The Highlandman Kiss'd his Mother Caledonian Muse: The Highlandman Kiss'd his Mother Donald MacPhee: The Highlandman Kiss'd his Mother David Glen: The Highlandman Kiss'd his Mother Rook Manuscript: The Highlandman Kiss'd his Mother Matt Seattle: The Highlandman Kiss'd his Mother Rutherford: Jackie Stewart's New Reel From Mairead Ni Mhaonaigh & Frankie Kennedy: The Highlandman / The Cliffs Of Glencolumbkille / Old Cuffe Street Hime: Ryan's Rant McFadyen: Rayan's Rant John Clinton: Paddy Cary Ryan Mammoth: Around The World (or is it Mammoth as in Huge?) O'Neill: Jolly Seven, Tie The Bonnet/Rambler's Rest, The Fairy Hurlers Traditional Tune Archive: Galway Rambler Stephen Grier: Lord Wellington, Maid In the Cherry Tree/Curragh Races/Untitled) Kerr: Ryan's Rant From Tim Britton: The Gravel Walk Thanks to Mairead Ni Mhaonaigh & Frankie Kennedy for letting me play a track from their album on the show. Check out their music on streaming services, and checkout their albums and touring information here: https://altan.ie/ Thanks also to Tim Britton for letting me play a track of him playing The Gravel Walk: For more information about Tim, or to read his illuminating thoughts on Irish Music see his website (not updated in over a decade but the articles are still live) http://www.skep.com/britton/ For more recent information check out his sound production page: https://www.facebook.com/piedpiperpro/ Also Check out his great tunes on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/piedpiperprod +X+X+X+ Book Club Announcement +X+X+X+ On October, 27 at 7PM US Central time I'll be hosting a zoom for folks to share tunes, listen and chat about Caledonian and Hibernian Muse. (Next Episode will talk a bit more about these collections, but if you want to start looking through them here are some links: Caledonian Muse: https://archive.org/details/nd497041687/mode/2up Hibernian Muse: https://archive.org/details/imslp-hibernian-muse-a-collection-of-irish-airs-various/mode/1up +X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+ The Highlandman Kiss'd His Mother: Here is Dave Rickard's Book where I was first exposed to the Gravel Walk: https://www.google.com/books/edition/TraditionalIrishMusicforthe_Bagpipe/jTOFPgAACAAJ?hl=en 1801: The Highland Man, From William Litten's Manuscript: http://www.cpartington.plus.com/Links/Litten/Litten%20Info.html 1757: Bremner's Setting for The Highlandman Kiss'd his Mother: https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/105002405 1782: The Highland Man Kiss'd his Mother: From James Aird: https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/94559140 1790s: The Highlandman Kiss'd his Mother: From The Caledonian Muse https://archive.org/details/nd497041687/page/26/mode/2up 1876-1920s: The Highlandman Kiss'd His Mother: From Donald MacPhees's A Selection of Music for the Highland Bagpipe containing Quicksteps, Marches, Strathspeys, Reels &c. https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/105013317 1890's: The Highlandman Kiss'd His Mother: From David Glen's Collection of Highland Bagpipe Music: https://ceolsean.net/content/DGlen/Book09/Book09%2021.pdf 1854: The Highlandman Kiss'd his Mother: from McLachlan's Piper's Assistant is fairly similar to both, with offering nothing new at first glance except challenging embellishments (I didn't record it, but have a look): https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/105010589 1840: The Highlandman Kiss'd his Mother From Rook's Manuscript: https://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~rja14/musicfiles/rook/rook_pages/126.htm 2021: The Highlandman Kiss'd his Mother: From Matt Seattle you can see Matt's setting in the most recent issue of Common Stock: https://lbps.net/j3site/index.php/common-stock/subscribers-issues/1082-common-stock-june-2021 ++++* Similar to Matt's Setting though only two parts: (====================================) 1853: The Highland Man Kiss'd His Mother: From Hamilton's Universal Tune Book (I didn't record it, but have a look): https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/94522080 And 1860: Davidson's Highland Man Kiss'd His Mother (I didn't record it, but have a look): https://digital.nls.uk/special-collections-of-printed-music/archive/91434772 +++++* 1765: Jackie Stewart's new Reel from Thompson's 200 Country Dances http://www.cpartington.plus.com/Links/Thompson/Thomps2.pdf 1765: Jackie Stewart's New Reel From Rutherford Compleat Collection of 200 of the most celebrated Country Dances both Old and New which are now in Vogue, performed at Court and all Public Assemblies with the newest and best Figures and Direction to each Tune by Mr. Rose…(1765 volume 2) Very similar to Thompson: tune number 89 on page 45 also tune 188 on page 94 Is titled Jakie Stewart's Reel, (and same melody) And finally On Page 99 (Tune 198 is Highland Man Kiss'd his mother and it is the same setting as Caledonian Muse) https://www.vwml.org/topics/historic-dance-and-tune-books/RutherfordVol2 +X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+ Irish Settings Highlandman: From Mairead Ni Mhaonaigh & Frankie Kennedy: The Highlandman / The Cliffs Of Glencolumbkille / Old Cuffe Street I played the track from this Album: https://www.discogs.com/release/2402375-Frankie-Kennedy-Mair%C3%A9ad-N%C3%AD-Mhaonaigh-Altan-Altan You can Check out Altan's current work and tours here: https://altan.ie/ +X+X+X+X+ The Irish non/Highlandman settings: Ryan's Rant 1795: Ryan's Rant: In Hime's Forty Eight Original Irish Dances never before printed with Basses for the Piano-Forte and Proper figures for dancing Printed in Dublin as Hime's Musical Circulating Library: https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b90673324/f17.item# you can also look at ABC notation at ITMA: https://www.itma.ie/features/notated-collections/hime-48-original-irish-dances 1790s: Rayan's Rant, Irish: From McFadyen/Aird's Volume V: https://archive.org/details/selectionofscotc00rugg/page/n15/mode/2up?view=theater +X+X+X+X+ Paddy Cary Set: The book describing Paddy Cary, Ryan's Rant and Jigg Poltage is here: https://www.google.com/books/edition/Ierne/Mk4uAAAAMAAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1 1841: Paddy Cary From John Clinton's Gems of Ireland: https://imslp.org/wiki/GemsofIreland%2COp.45(Clinton%2C_John) You can read the lyrics here: https://www.loc.gov/resource/musm1a1.12440.0/?sp=1 1801: Jigg Poltage from William Litten http://www.cpartington.plus.com/Links/Litten/Litten%20Info.html 1795: Ryan's Rant From Hime: https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b90673324/f17.item# +X+X+X+X+X+ Many Concordences: 1883: Around the World: From the Ryan Mammoth Collection: https://www.itma.ie/digital-library/score/ryans-215 1907: Jolly Seven: From O'Neill's The Dance Music of Ireland: https://imslp.org/wiki/TheDanceMusicofIreland(O%27Neill%2CFrancis) 1880s: Lord Wellington's Reel: From Grier's Manuscript http://grier.itma.ie/book-two#?c=0&m=0&s=0&cv=17&z=231.587%2C2230.3898%2C2273.2345%2C1028.881 Galway Rambler: https://tunearch.org/wiki/Annotation:GalwayRambler(The) 1907: Tie The Bonnet/ Rambler's Rest: From O'Neill: https://imslp.org/wiki/TheDanceMusicofIreland(O%27Neill%2CFrancis) 1880s: Maid in the Cherry Tree (Curragh Races) (Untitled) From Grier's Manuscript: http://grier.itma.ie/book-two#?c=0&m=0&s=0&cv=57&z=69.1799%2C280.028%2C2812.2802%2C1005.263 The Fairy Hurlers: From O'Neill's Waifs and Strays of Gaelic Melody: https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.32044040672529&view=1up&seq=139&skin=2021 1880s: Ryan's Rant: From Kerr's Merry Melodies, 4 part tune, Gravel Walk in the beginning Highland Man Kiss'd his Mother on the Second Half: http://john-chambers.us/~jc/cgi/abc/get.cgi?n=1&x=1&F=GIF&S=0.65&X=4140&T=RYANSRANT&U=/~jc/music/book/Kerr/MM4-V1.abc&N=/RyansRant.gif The Gravel Walk(s): I mostly played from the Session.org's setting mixed with the Barnes and Noble Book: https://thesession.org/tunes/42 (I forgot to mention and Play this, but:) Miss Percy's Reel: The 3&4 part of the Gravel Walk were played on their own by a Donegal fiddler as this tune supposedly: https://abcnotation.com/tunePage?a=www.capeirish.com/webabc/working/source.folders/nfid/nfid_ABC.txt/0326 Here are six ways you can support the show: You can support the Podcast by joining the Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/wetootwaag You can also take a minute to leave a review of the podcast if you listen on Itunes! 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Copperplate Time374 Presented by Alan O'Leary www.copperplatemailorder.com 23rd RETURN TO LONDON TOWN PREVIEW 1. Bothy Band: Green Groves/Flowers of Red Hill. After Hours 2. Tony MacMahon: Cúnla/Na Ceannabháin Bhána/Cailleach an Airgid. Live in Spiddal 3. Urnua: Myles the Man/Greg the Great/Corrib Suite Crew. Urnua4. John McEvoy: The Crib of Perches/The Tinker's Stick/Come Up to the Room.. Pride of the West 5. Joe Derrane:: The Broken Pledge/The Contradiction Music in the Meadow 6. Niamh Ní Charra: Ceol an Phíobair. Donnelly's Arm7. Karen Ryan: Limerick Lasses/The Gatehouse Maid/Mountain Top. The Coast Road 8. Andy Martyn: Jug of Punch/Gan Ainm.. Private Recording9.Mick & Apife O'Brien & Emer Mayock: The Traveller/Top of the Cliff/The Bride to Bed. Tunes from the Goodman Manuscripts 10. James Carty: Humours of Glendart/Irishman's Heart to the Ladies/The Leprechaun's Fave. Hiding Daylight in Dark Corners 11. Mick Mulvey & Karen Ryan: The Coachman's Whip/The Tailor's Thimble/Red Haired Lass.. Within A Mile of Jamestown 12. Michelle Mulcahy: Martin Wynne's #2/Humours of Lissadell/Duke of Leinster. . Suainhneas 13. Tommy Keane & Jacqueline McCarthy: The Promenade/The Rocky Road to Dublin. The Wind Among the Reeds 14. Derek Hickey & John Keehan: A Parcel of Land/The Hairy Chested Frog/Kiss Me Kate. Humours of Scariff15. Matt Molloy & Sean Keane: Gorman's/The Dawn/Mrs Crehan's Reel. Contentmant is Wealth 16. John & James Carthy: Lad O'Beirne's/The Kiltycreen/Snow on the Hill. The Wavy Bow Collection 17. Bert Jansch: Bonny Portmore. The Ornament Tree 18. Kieran Collins: Dunphy's Hornpipe: The Masters Hand 19. Joe Carey: The Market Square of Gort. Private Recording 20. Joe Cooley & Joe Leary: Humours of Tulla/The Skylark/Roaring Mary. Cooley 21. Angelina Carberry: Mrs MacDonald/Lord Gordon's. Pluckin' Mad 22. Dezi Donnelly: Conor Tullu's #2/The Cogger's Quilt/Humours of Westport. Familiar Footsteps 23. Bothy Band: Green Groves/Flowers of Red Hill. After Hours
In episode 58 of the Global Captive Podcast, supported by legacy specialists R&Q, Richard is joined by guest co-host Paul Corver, Group Head of Legacy M&A at R&Q. The episode also includes a fascinating extended captive owner interview with Tobias Winkler and Andreas Brügel, who work in senior positions for Lufthansa's 90-year-old captive Delvag. Corver discusses recent legacy transactions completed with General Electric's Dublin-domiciled captive, and the September loss portfolio transfer with Delvag, as well as wider trends in the captive legacy space. Andreas, Director for Reinsurance, and Tobias, Senior Director responsible for the underwriting department and the insurance lines of aviation, marine and reinsurance, give listeners a comprehensive history of Delvag, its status today, the third party lines it writes and recent restructuring projects. Read the third edition of GCP Insights here: www.globalcaptivepodcast.com/gcp-insights You can subscribe to the Global Captive Podcast on iTunes, Apple Podcasts, Spotify or any other podcast app. Contact Richard: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the website: www.globalcaptivepodcast.com Follow us on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/global-captive-podcast/
A FORMER FBI agent working with the family of missing Annie McCarrick has said that a Spanish serial killer arrived in Dublin as a stowaway on a boat 48 hours before the American student vanished - but slipped the net once gardai were called. Kenneth Strange, who is working as a liaison for Nancy McCarrick, Annie's mum, has just visited Ireland to retrace the last known movements of Antonio Angles, who is believed to have stowed away on the 'City of Plymouth' boat from Lisbon. Angles is to be the subject of a new Spanish documentary and investigators have confirmed that he was on the boat when it docked in Dublin at around 2.45am on March 23, 1993. five days after setting out on its journey. When Gardai were called by the ship's captain to remove the unwelcome passenger he disappeared never to be seen again. Nicola Tallant chats with former FBI agent Kenneth Strange about the developments in the case and the pain the McCarrick family have endured over the years.
Jeymes Samuel and Regina King talk about their new Western, The Harder They Fall. Plus we have reviews of Claudia Llosa's Fever Dream; animation The Addams Family 2, a sequel to the 2019 animated film, in which The Addams get tangled up in more wacky adventures and find themselves involved in hilarious run-ins with all sorts of unsuspecting characters; John and the Hole, a coming-of-age psychological thriller; black comedy Deadly Cuts, set in a working-class Dublin hair salon; drama My Little Sister; Romantic Road, a documentary about a leading London lawyer and his wife who motor across rural India in their battered 1936 Rolls-Royce; documentary Pier Kids, about about the gay and transgender youth who congregate around Manhattan's Chelsea Piers; and Steven Soderbergh's No Sudden Move, which stars Don Cheadle, Benicio Del Toro and David Harbour, about a group of criminals who are brought together under mysterious circumstances. Mark and Simon also talk you through the best and worst films on subscription-free TV next week, and recommend a home entertainment purchase in DVD of the Week. Send us your sub-20 second instant reaction to any film attached to an email to email@example.com for our feature ‘Lobby Correspondents'. Download our podcast from the Baby Sea Clowns app. We welcome your contributions: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @wittertainment 09.42: CORRESPONDENCE 31.26: CELEBRATING CINEMA 34.00: BOX OFFICE TOP TEN / LAST WEEK 53.11: John and the Hole 57.56: Jeymes and Regina 01.14.45: No Sudden Move 01.18.56: Bond emails 01.26.55: WTF 1 01.33.03: Deadly Cuts 01.36.22: TV MOVIES OF THE WEEK 01.40.50: My Little Sister 01.43.17: WTF 2 01.44.57: The Addams Family 2 01.49.00: Fever Dream 01.51.36: LAST EVER FOOD AND DRINK IN FILMS 01.57.13: Pier Kids 02.05.36: Romantic Road 02.09.25: DVD OF THE WEEK
Be careful with those eyebrows lads! When it comes to make up, there are many places where we can fall down. In the hot seat for Ask Me Anything this week is Aimee Connolly, founder of Sculpted By Aimee. She says we need to watch out for trends, such as very dramatic eyebrows, where all you see are eyebrows and you can't see past them. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/10/08122714/AMA_AimeeConnolly_0810.mp3"][/audio] Aimee joined Dermot & Dave to chat all things make up and shared some of her own beauty tips. You can listen to the full chat by clicking the Play button above.
Labhraíonn Caoimhe Ní Chathail le Máirtín Seoighe agus Donncha Ó Murchú, atá ainmnithe fá choinne Gradam Réalta Óg na Bliana ag Gradaim Chumarsáide an Oireachtais. Agus feachtas tógtha ag an ghrúpa Todhchaí na Tuaithe go Teach Laighean i mBaile Átha Cliath, labhraíonn Conall Ó Máirtín le Breanndán Ó Beaglaoich, ceoltóir agus ealaíontóir, faoin fheachtas féin agus na fadbhanna tithíochta sna ceantair Ghaeltachta. Pléann Fearghal Mag Uiginn le Cárthach Bán Breathnach, tráchtaire spóirt, tuairisc faoin chaimiléireacht sa dornálaíocht ag na Cluichí Oilimpeacha in Rio. Caoimhe Ní Chathail chats to Máirtín Seoighe and Donncha Ó Murchú who have been nominated for the Oireachtas' Réálta Óg na Bliana award. As the group Todhchaí na Tuaithe take their campaign to Leinster House in Dublin, Conall Ó Máirtín speaks to musician and artist Breanndán Ó Beaglaoich about the campaign and about the problems with housing in Gaeltacht areas. Fearghal Mag Uiginn and sports commentator Cárthach Bán Breathnach discuss the recent report on corruption in boxing at the Rio Olympics.
The Tory Party went to Manchester, the EU's Maros Sefcovic zoomed into Dublin & constructive EU-UK discussions on the NI Protocol may get rolling in weeks. Join RTÉ Europe Editor Tony Connelly, London Correspondent Seán Whelan and Deputy Foreign Editor Colm Ó Mongáin for a full round-up. Guest: UUP leader Doug Beattie
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On this episode of the #mensexpleasure podcast, I chat with Darragh Stewart. Originally from Dublin in Ireland, Darragh's background is in Natural Science and he holds a Ph.D. in Plant Developmental Genetics. Currently, he is passionate about psychedelic science and specifically the role of plant medicines and psychedelics in mental health. Darragh is currently focusing on men's development work and psychedelic retreats in the Netherlends at the center which he co-founded, called Inwardbound. The two of us talk about Darragh's experience of masculinity and sexuality in Ireland as well as his observations of Irish culture and how it is impacting the men that he works with. We also Talk a bit about Darragh's work with psychedelics and how he integrates this when his men's circles. Key points - Darragh shares some of his story - Religion and the lack of embodiment in Ireland - Alcohol and drinking culture - The quintessential Irish man - Exploring sexuality in men's work - Lad culture and banter - Psychedelic ceremonies and men's circles - Attitudes towards psychedelics Relevant Links: Darragh's websites: www.innerwork.ieand www.inwardbound.nl Darragh's Instagram: @darstewy
Hello What's the craic. Welcome back to the magic minds podcast" Stories that have the power to inspire". We are liberties number one podcast. The best podcast in Dublin 8 I'm proud to say. Today is our final episode of our Yup the flats series. on the show is Tony May. Tony chats us about a life of crime, drug addiction and prison to now turning his life around. He now uses his past to help others that are struggling with addiction and mental health. Have a listen and let us know what you think and we would love to hear your feedback. EXCITING NEWS- Matt's Mindfulness and gratitude activity journal "My Head to My Heart" is now available to purchase. https://magicmindsfoundation.company.site/fbclid=IwAR1zp1r4CdFU2tOxmohGNLuCLAj247w91kFxHo90Xn2L2ugis5fLoeUt37o If you enjoy our work and would love to support us with the Publication of Matt's book then please subscribe to our Patreon Page. If you can afford to buy us a coffee or a pint once a month we would be delighted but if you cant that's ok too, you can listen for free. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=42505663. LOVE & KINDNESS TO YOU XXX Huge thank you to our Sponsors and Charities. I want to thank Niall Reilly and the team at Rooney media graphics. Also we have Liberty photos who is owned by Andy who is Matt's trusty side kick on the podcast. So if you need any photographs for weddings or birthday parties then Liberties Media Hub is the place to go. Shannon's helpline, Don't forget check out our website for more information on our previous interviews http://magicminds.ie/ Special thanks to our: Sponsors: Niall Reilly- www.rooneymedia.com Andrew O'Connell- www.libertiesphoto.ie Supports: Shannon's Hopeline - www.shannonshopeline.ie Magic Minds Podcast Team Matt Burke- Host Andrew O'Connell- Video Production & social Media Hannah Burke - Social Media --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/magic-minds/message
Sundays are a big day for the preacher! Not only are we delivering the sermon, but often times leading staff, coordinating volunteers, participating in public worship, welcoming visitors, greeting members and a million other things. We asked 8 previous guests on the podcast to send in an audio file that explains what they do behind the scenes, before the start of the day in order to prepare their hearts for a day of public ministry. Jason Cruise, Clearview Baptist Church, Franklin TNEpisode 92: https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/3/3/working-hard-to-preach-simplyEpisode 93: https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/3/6/episode-93-what-exactly-is-expository-preachingEpisode 133: https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/10/27/getting-application-right-dr-jason-cruise James Travis, Saar Fellowship, Bahrain Episode 78 : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2019/12/9/episode-78-unity-in-multicultural-churchesEpisode 118 : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/7/21/how-you-say-what-you-say-james-travis Adam Narciso, Catalyst Ministries, Franklin TNEpisode 126 : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/9/13/prayer-study-and-spontaneity-adam-narciso Chris Thomas, Raymond Terrace Community Church, Hunter Valley, New South Wales, AustraliaEpisode 173 : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2021/6/15/preach-the-word-dont-work-the-crowd-chris-thomas Conor Berry Calvary Chapel Santa Maria, Santa Maria CAEpisode 13 : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2018/9/18/episode-13-bridging-the-gap-between-counseling-and-preaching Bob Hiller, Community Lutheran Church, Escondido, CA Episode 144 : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/12/29/preaching-the-law-amp-preaching-the-gospel-bob-hillar Mark Smith, City Church, Dublin, Ireland Episode 125 : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/9/7/killing-your-darlings-amp-loving-your-city Ray Ortlund, Immanuel Church, Nashville, TNEpisode 122 : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/8/18/how-gospel-preaching-creates-gospel-culture-ray-ortlund Mike Neglia, Calvary Cork, Cork, Ireland Episode 40 : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2019/3/26/episode-40-how-to-preach-christ-from-every-text Episode 105: https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/5/5/episode-105-christ-centered-preaching Resources Mentioned: Luther's Morning Prayer for Preachers: https://www.1517.org/articles/performance-issues-in-the-pulpitThe Expositors Collective podcast is part of the GoodLion podcast network, for more thought provoking Christian podcasts visit https://goodlion.io
Gerald Cotten ////// 524 Part 1 of 1 This week, the Captain invites Justin from Generation Why to join him in the garage and discuss the perplexing case of Canadian crypto-millionaire, Gerald Cotten, who died on his honeymoon. We're drinking Guinness: a smooth, dark stout that's creamy in texture with an after-bite that's both bitter and sweet. It's malty, chocolatey and has a subtle punch of coffee. This classic brew originates from Dublin, Ireland. Although, I'm told by the Irish that Guinness only lives up to its reputation on Irish soil. Regardless, my dad calls it the adult protein shake. I give it 4.5 out of 5 bottle caps.