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Deliciously Ella
Sneak preview: The Caggie Dunlop episode

Deliciously Ella

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2023 4:22


This week Ella is joined by Caggie Dunlop who openly shares her experiences with perfectionism, low self-esteem and the push and pull between fitting in and being true to herself. They candidly discuss Caggie's experience with perfectionism, delaying happiness, her relationship with alcohol and her body and the challenges of being in the public eye at a young age. Looking at how Caggie moved through this, transforming her relationship with herself.  They discuss: Being torn between wanting to fit in and to be your authentic self The process to understanding the root behind less healthy behaviours The toxic side of a perfectionist mindset and delaying happiness Feelings of unworthiness and self-sabotaging Caggie's catalyst for change and the next steps forwards Finding purpose Why there's no one-size-fits-all approach to personal development   Links: Caggie's book Saturn Returns: Your Cosmic Coming of Age Saturn Returns with Caggie Podcast  Use code podcast20 to get 20% off the Feel Better App  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Monday Match Analysis
Post-Australian Open 2023 Mailbag

Monday Match Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2023 35:17


On this week's Mailbag, Gill Gross answers your comments following the 2023 Australian Open, including: thoughts on Craig Tiley's reveal of Djokovic's hamstring injury, NextGen status and 4th best player in the world, is February tennis compelling, why has ESPN de-prioritized Australian Open coverage, the updated outlook of Felix Auger-Aliassime, factors that led to Tommy Paul's improvement, updating my 2023 top ten prediction, why the Australian Open renewed their contract with Dunlop balls, is redirecting the ball becoming a lost art on tour and if Pam Shriver was right to criticize Elena Rybakina's coach Stefano Vukov. 00:35 Tiley Reveals Djokovic MRI 03:07 Who's the real ATP #4 08:10 Can Djokovic win 14 AOs 10:26 February Tennis 12:30 ESPN AO Coverage 18:14 FAA Outlook 20:45 Tommy Paul improvement 24:00 Top-10 Prediction Updates 25:50 Dunlop balls renewed 27:26 Is Redirecting a lost art 30:45 Rybakina coach controversy --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/monday-match-analysis/support

Bike Tour Adventures Podcast
Doug Dunlop | Coldbike.com

Bike Tour Adventures Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 144:56


In this episode of the Bikepack Adventures podcast, I have a chance to dive deep into cold biking with Doug Dunlop. A veteran winter biker with decades of experience riding in the winter, Doug was one of the first people to reach out with advice when I complained of cold feet this winter when I got a fatbike. Doug has participated in numerous winter biking events, countless overnighters and was also on the start line of the first Iditarod Trail Invitational after it changed from being the Iditabike. Doug is also an advocate for getting children involved in winter exploration and when his children were younger he took them on multiple overnight adventures. He also makes his own custom winter-riding gear which he sells on his site coldbike.com. To support the Bike Tour Adventures podcast, follow the links below:https://www.patreon.com/biketouradventures orhttps://www.paypal.com/paypalme/biketouradventures Join the RideWithGPS Bikepack Adventures ClubFind them at:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coldbike/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/doug.coldbike.7Website: http://coldbike.com/Find me at…WEBSITEYOUTUBEFACEBOOKINSTAGRAMITUNESShow SponsorsRedshift Sports --> Use code BPA15 to save 15% at checkoutRestrap --> Use code BTAPOD10 to save 10% at checkoutChiru BikesBrockton CycleryPanorama Cycles --> Use code BTA15 to save 15% on a 2023 Chic-Chocs fatbike at checkoutRaceDay Fuel --> Use code BTA10 to save 10% at checkout

Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat
Caggie Dunlop - How to Find Yourself through Astrology and the Power of Planet Saturn

Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2023 75:58


Almost a year ago around this time, I was still on my Scary Smart book tour. A podcast interview, one of dozens at the time,  popped up in my calendar called Saturn Returns. I dialed in expecting to talk about AI, yet there was Caggie Dunlop wearing a pink Floyd T-shirt - peaceful, calm and spiritual. I could only ask, “Who are you?” Since then I've learned who Caggie is, and we've been chatting ever since about everything from life to spirituality. Naturally, I had to have her on the show to share her wisdom.Caggie Dunlop was an original cast member of the award-winning UK-based reality show Made in Chelsea. She is also a singer/songwriter, poet, entrepreneur and now author. Her new book Saturn Returns explores the relationship between planetary movements and the ups and downs of life. In it, she describes how astrology helped her find her identity and a sense of belonging, and how it can help you too.Listen as we discuss:05:50: Why Saturn?07:40: Who is Caggie Dunlop behind the celebrity?09:00: Rescue and return - seeking belonging13:15: Reality TV - bursting the bubble21:29: Leaving Made in Chelsea - losing yourself25:30: Battle of self - key to my heart29:00: Finding your tribe - the grief of losing friendship31:08: How does it work?  Astronomy and Palmistry - life changes35:45: Things fall apart so better things can come40:20: Astral bodies45:26: Where does the soul go?49:15: Shaped by pain57:00: Perfectionism, vulnerability and toxic love01:06: The non negotiables of love01:11: Love in between - closing poemConnect with Caggie Dunlop on Instagram @caggiesworldYouTube: @mogawdatofficialInstagram: @mo_gawdatFacebook: @mo.gawdat.officialTwitter: @mgawdatLinkedIn: /in/mogawdatWebsite: mogawdat.comDon't forget to subscribe to Slo Mo for new episodes every Saturday. Only with your help can we reach One Billion Happy #onebillionhappy

Brotherman Podcast
#82 Dunlop Rabbits?

Brotherman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 77:32


This week Matt falls in love with candles, Juice doesn't know what he's talking about, Carl is the first winner, and Anthony didn't know these birds were quiet.

SportsTravel Podcast
Bob Dunlop: Two Decades of Organizing Events for U.S. Figure Skating

SportsTravel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 19:59


The United States Figure Skating National championships was first held in 1914 in New Haven, Connecticut, and has been the spot for fans of the sport to see the best in the history of the sport, including Dick Button, ScottHamilton, Brian Boitano and Nathan Chen on the men's side, to women's sports icons such as Peggy Fleming, Dorothy Hammill, Kristi Yamaguchi and Michelle Kwan. This year's event is in San Jose, California, at the SAP Center. SportsTravel Managing Editor Matt Traub talked with Bob Dunlop, the senior director of events for U.S. Figure Skating about what goes into organizing the national championships, how the event is more than just the elite competition seen on television, working with destinations and venues over the years including during the pandemic, best practices in the business and the one event that he still wants to check off his sports bucket list. We hope you enjoy the conversation.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Design Lessons with Dr. Michele Schmidt Moore
Strive for Happiness in Education with Rob Dunlop

Design Lessons with Dr. Michele Schmidt Moore

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 34:50


Extended show notes:  https://www.micheleschmidtmoore.com/podcast/55Hey Designers,In this episode, we get to talk to Rob Dunlop, the author of Strive for Happiness in Education.Rob and I talk about how to rekindle the love for teaching and education, and how to move past the fear of losing the joy of coming to school each day.  Rob shares his personal journey of peaks and valleys and how he turned a valley into the peak that became his book Strive for Happiness in Education.You will enjoy this conversation as much as I did.  Rob is filled with passion and kindness and is a beautiful example of how your passion project can bring you motivation and happiness.Wake Up Happy Workshop Week. Learn More. Teach Better Network PodcastSupport the showGrab Your Free Project You 30-Day Action Planner!How's it going? Share your experience with Project YouLet's connect. @mschmidtmoore on all the socials.

The Bird Emergency
Bonus - The toll of feral cats on Australian wildlife with Judy Dunlop

The Bird Emergency

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 72:43


Predation by feral cats is one of the biggest threats to the unique wildlife of Australia. The WA Feral Cat Working Group is working to reduce the threat. Feral cats are a major threat to wildlife in Australia, with their predation causing declines in many native species. These non-native predators were introduced to the continent by European settlers and have since spread widely to almost all of the continent, causing significant damage to the delicate ecosystem. Feral cats prey on a wide range of animals, including small mammals, reptiles, and birds. They are particularly dangerous to ground-dwelling birds, such as the endangered Malleefowl, as well as small marsupials, such as the Bilby, but no animal is safe from this voraceous predator. The impact of feral cats on Australia's wildlife is significant, with estimates suggesting that they kill several millions of native animals each year. This is not only devastating for individual species, but also for the overall biodiversity of the ecosystem. The predation pressure from feral cats can lead to declines in population numbers, which can ultimately lead to local extinction. Conservation efforts, such as trap-neuter-return programs, are being implemented in an effort to control the population and mitigate the impact of feral cats on wildlife. However, it is essential that such efforts are continued and expanded in order to protect Australia's unique and fragile wildlife. Grant spoke with ecologist, Judy Dunlop, from the WA Feral Cat Working Group, about the group, the scale of the threat posed by feral cats, and the Group's upcoming symposium. Check out the WA Feral Cat Working Group website here, or go straight to the 2023 Feral Cat Symposium page. Follow Judy Dunlop on Twitter. Follow The Bird Emergency on Twitter @birdemergency or Instagram @thebirdemergency and we are beginning on Mastodon, because, you know, Elon. You can support the show by making a contribution by buying Grant a coffee here - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birdemergency If you enjoy the show, how about share with your friends or colleagues?  https://followthepodcast.com/birdemergency Or you can review us at https://lovethepodcast.com/birdemergency If you want to see interviews before they make into into the podcast feed, check out the YouTube channel, where the interviews are usually posted first.

Investing In The U.S.
RG 336 - How to Make Smart Business Decisions Based on Today's Debt Market – w/ Ryan Parker

Investing In The U.S.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 48:24


Ready to dive into more tips that will help you make better business decisions for 2023? Tune into this week's episode with a very good friend of mine, Ryan Parker. Ryan Parker is a seasoned commercial real estate professional with extensive experience in financing, leasing, originating, and more. He is the Associate Director of Walker & Dunlop, responsible for originating for Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, multifamily value-add, and commercial real estate debt placement. Ryan discusses the unique needs, risks, and difficulties associated with investing in industrial real estate. Specifically, we go into how to get a tenant in, what the market is like coming out of COVID, and Ryan's opinions on how the debt markets will affect conservatism, refinancing, and investor or buyer behavior—plus many more topics that every real estate investor wants to hear in today's uncertain times. KEY TAKEAWAYS 1. One of the most critical factors of industrial real estate investing is the proximity to major transportation thoroughfares. 2. The market is still very liquid; there's a lot of cash in the system for both the investor and capital sides. 3. Avoid making business decisions assuming that rates are returning to historical lows like 2020-2021. 4. At the end of the day, lenders don't want to take deeds back. Consider keeping your returns now and seeing how things go for a few years. LINKS https://www.linkedin.com/in/rpparker/ https://www.walkerdunlop.com/what-makes-us-different/bios/ryan-parker/ INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES Want to invest alongside Reed? All investments are 100% PASSIVE. Historical returns to accredited investors have ranged 18-31% annualized! To find out more, head on over to… www.reedgoossens.com

In His Grip
Dementia a Conversation with Dr. John Dunlop

In His Grip

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023


A diagnosis of dementia in a loved one is frightening. Many spouses and family members face a “long goodbye” as they walk this pathway with their loved ones. In this interview Sharon Betters asks Dr. John Dunlop, author of Finding Grace in the Face of Dementia, to define dementia, the stages of dementia, what it is like to care for a loved one with dementia, and more. Dr. Dunlop's compassion and passion for equipping and caring for older people comes through in his responses. He reminds us that every person is made in the image of God and that truth needs to be the grid through which we view those with dementia and the kind of care we give.

Moonlight Audio Theatre
JILL KORN'S AYRSHIRE TRILOGY - 2. The Lady and the Poet

Moonlight Audio Theatre

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 43:33


In 1786, Robert Burns sent a copy of his book, Poems, Chiefly in The Scottish Dialect, to Mrs Frances Wallace Dunlop of Dunlop in Ayrshire. She was so taken with it, and with him, that she became his patron and later, his confidant. But the voices of these two strong and determined characters still resonate across the years through their letters. Their friendship endured for a decade before their differences drove them apart. The Lady and The Poetfocuses on this platonic relationship, which was like no other in Burns's short and eventful life. The Lady and The Poet is the second play in An Ayrshire Trilogy, three audio dramas which celebrate Ayrshire and its people. The Trilogy is supported by Creative Scotland. Author Jill Korn, based on an original play by James Miller Director Jill Korn Sound design John Boyd Songs by Robert Burns Rachel Macpherson-Graham Narrator Robert Donaldson Frances Dunlop Diane Brooks Robert Burns Lorenzo Novani Jean Armour Rachel Macpherson-Graham James Armour/Gilbert Burns John McQuiston Other parts Members of the cast

Evolving with Gratitude
Episode 38 - Mutual Care and Happiness with Guest Robert Dunlop

Evolving with Gratitude

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 36:20


Get ready for heartfelt stories, empowering strategies, and the joyful attitude of Robert Dunlop! He inspires us to S.T.R.I.V.E for happiness in all aspects of our lives. This episode will nurture your heart and your mind! Transcript available here. About Our Guest: Robert Dunlop is a teacher, speaker and author who has a passion for helping other educators love their careers. His work with thousands of teachers, principals and support staff has given him insight into the importance of happiness in education. He believes that all students deserve to be surrounded by educators who are passionate and love coming to school each day. To help make this a reality, he has made it his mission to help educators make happiness and well-being a priority. Recently, he published STRIVE for Happiness in Education and speaks regularly to spread his message. Website: motivatedu.com Twitter: @robdunlopEDU Instagram: @robdunlopedu About Lainie: Lainie Rowell is an educator, international consultant, podcaster, and TEDx speaker. She is the lead author of Evolving Learner and a contributing author of Because of a Teacher. Her latest book, Evolving with Gratitude, was just released. An experienced teacher and district leader, her expertise includes learner-driven design, community building, online/blended learning, and professional learning. Learn more at linktr.ee/lainierowell. Twitter - @LainieRowell Instagram - @LainieRowell Evolving with Gratitude, the book, is now available! Purchase here! You can also get bulk orders for your staff (10 copies or more) at a discounted price! Just fill out the form linked below and someone will get back to you ASAP! bit.ly/ewgbulkdiscount

MWA Podcast Network
Ken Dazzler Dunlop On Being Back On A Show After 20 Years, Sleeping With Over 3000 People, & More

MWA Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 77:45


Ken Dazzler Dunlop On Being Back On A Show After 20 Years, Sleeping With Over 3000 People, & More Dazzler Dunlop Is A Retired Australian Iconic Professional Wrestler who started his career in 1977 and hung up his boots in 2000Just ask Ken "Dazzler" Dunlop, whose Australian professional wrestling career coincided with the AIDS crisis and when homosexuality was not only still taboo but also a criminal act.In the first ever autobiography by an Australian professional wrestler, the life and times of an out-and-proud wrestling legend and a member of the Australian professional Wrestling Hall of Fame are candidly laid out in this wonderful new memoir.Ken Dazzler Dunlop has recently released his Autobiography And he is the first Australian Professional Wrestler to release an autobiography.Come and Check Out this awesome conversation and many more! Make sure to hit that subscribe button!Buy Kens Book https://www.shawlinepublishing.com.au/our-titles/display/108-dazzler-dunlopSUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST▶️ YouTube https://youtube.com/c/PiersAustin▶️ Twitch Twitch.tv/thepiersaustin▶️ Spreaker https://spreaker.page.link/JhRL3UxvUXCBkG1v8▶️Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/piers-austin/id1577511099▶️Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/6CmwLcLuIfltNqgJJnuL1H?si=aaYb-CROQCy6tiR9HHSsPgFollow Piers On Social MediaTwitter https://twitter.com/piersaustinInstagram https://instagram.com/thepiersaustinTiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@piersaustin Follow The Podcast On Social MediaTwitter https://www.Twitter.com/STSUNCENSOREDInstagram https://www. Instagram.com/stsuncensoredGET SOME MERCH

RNZ: Morning Report
Morning Report's Christmas acknowledgements

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 2:30


Time to say thanks to the team behind what goes to air on Morning Report. Our editor is Martin Gibson, deputy editor Denise Garland, set up editors Maree Corbett and Jane Dunbar. And our producers Ben Strang, Katie Fitzgerald, Jemima Huston, Joel Macmanus, Samuel Wat, Tessa Guest, Zoe Cartwright, Daniel Gilhooly, Karen Brown, David Cohen, Sally Wenley and Karoline Tuckey. People who have left us this year include producers Stacey Knott, Amber Leigh-Woolf, Mahvash Ikram, and our presenter of eight years, Susie Ferguson. Thanks to our presenter Corin Dann and all the others who've filled in this year: Kim Hill, Guyon Espiner, Māni Dunlop, Charlotte Cook and Gyles Beckford. A special thanks to our news editors Mary Wilson, Chris Cessford, Kate Pereyra-Garcia, and our bureau chiefs and reporters in newsrooms around the country. And to our studio operators who make sure the programme gets on air and online -   In Wellington, thanks to Mike Robinson, Sam Smaill, Lianne Smith, Rachel Smith, Brad Warrington, Marc Chesterman, Jordan Edwards, Kevin Golding, Denver Grenell, Sonya Ishimnakova, Jeremy Mclean, Colin Pearce, Jonas Persson, Tony Schwartz, and John Roberts. Thanks also to our Auckland operators -  Rangi Powick, Alex Aylett-McMillan, Daniel Hurley, Tesimoni Moimoi, Blair Stagpoole, Jeremy Veal, Hamish Webber, Cameron Willicott, Flo Wilson, and Katrina Batten.

First Up with Landsberg & Colaiacovo
Brendan Dunlop “I'm not sure I've ever seen a match like that… it was like something out of a Disney Movie”

First Up with Landsberg & Colaiacovo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 12:28


TSN Radio World Cup and Footy Prime Podcast Host Brendan Dunlop joins First Up to put a bow on yesterday's epic final between Argentina and France. Dunlop shares his thoughts on his experience covering the tournament, where yesterday's match ranks for him for all-time World Cup finals, how Argentina's victory solidifies Lionel Messi's already near-perfect resume, and more.

How To Survive The Narcissist Apocalypse
Factitious Disorder, Kernels of Truth, Narcissist Comorbidity, & Blame - Q&A With Andrea Dunlop (Nobody Should Believe Me Podcast)

How To Survive The Narcissist Apocalypse

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 61:21


Brandon talks with Andrea Dunlop ( Author & Podcast Host) about her podcast 'Nobody Should Believe Me' and her personal experience with Munchausen by Proxy. We discuss the different types of factitious disorder, the comorbidity of narcissism, validating survivors of abuse, kernels of truth, lies, blame, gaslighting, family dynamics, cognitive dissonance, mourning the living, and much more. ***TRIGGER WARNING - This episode discusses graphic descriptions of child abuse, including the death of a child.*** You can find the Nobody Should Believe Me Podcast website by clicking here or at Apple Podcasts by clicking here. You can reach Andrea Dunlop at her website by clicking here or you can reach her on Instagram by clicking here. If you want to be a guest on our survivor story podcast, please click here or send us an email at narcissistapocalypse@gmail.com Thank you to our sponsor BETTERHELP. If you need online counseling from anywhere in the world, please do go to https://www.betterhelp.com/nap Get started today and enjoy 10% off your first month. Thank you to our sponsor NOBODY SHOULD BELIEVE ME PODCAST. I loved this podcast. And you can find the podcast website by clicking here or at Apple Podcasts by clicking here. You can reach the host Andrea Dunlop at her website by clicking here or you can reach her on Instagram by clicking here. If you or someone you know are experiencing abuse, you are not alone. DomesticShelters.org offers an extensive library of articles and resources that can help you make sense of what you're experiencing, connect you with local resources and find ways to heal and move forward. Visit www.domesticshelters.org to access this free resource.  Join our new Community Social Network at https://community.narcissistapocalypse.com/ Join our Instagram Channel at https://www.instagram.com/narcissistapocalypse Join our Youtube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpTIgjTqVJa4caNWMIAJllA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

It's Hertime.
Burnout: Prevention, Signs and How To Beat It with Lisa Dunlop EP171

It's Hertime.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 52:06


Did you know that women are more likely than men to report having a great deal of stress, and almost half of all women say their stress has increased over the past five years (compared to 39-percent of men). Worst of all, stress is uniquely hard on women and our reproductive hormones. On today's episode Cody invited Lisa Dunlop to join her in talking all about  what you need to know about how stress affects your health, your hormones and your life.  They also share helpful tips on how you can protect yourself from the damaging effects of stress, and eventual burnout. More about Lisa Dunlop:Lisa Dunlap AGPCNP, is a burnout coach, holistic nurse practitioner, public speaker and mom-preneur. She helps high achieving women in healthcare restore and revive themselves so they can reignite their spark and have more fun. Lisa had to almost die in order to wake up , heal from burnout and start living a life she loved. Now the women she coaches, don't have to wait for rock-bottom to heal. While working on the frontlines of the pandemic as a Hospice NP and juggling two small children at home she saw the critical need for women in healthcare to prioritize their mental health. She founded Nurse Your Soul, after she transformed her own rock-bottom burnout, debilitating pain, and potentially life threatening diagnosis into spontaneous healing and living her dream life. She quit her 14- year career as a nurse, and started Nurse Your Soul to empower nurses with practical tools to get unstuck. As a certified herbalist, clinical aromatherapist, reflexologist, energy healer, and trained in mindfulness and self-compassion her coaching targets the mind-body and spirit. In the 18 months since Nurse Your Soul began, Lisa has helped 100s of nurses prioritize themselves and overcome burnout. She has spoken in front of several nursing organizations and delivered workplace wellness programs to various healthcare organizations across America. She interviews experts in the field on her weekly LIVE show , “Resilience Insights.” She has been featured in Authority Magazine, interviewed by the Discovery Channel, The Doctor Nurse Podcast, Stress Free Soulutions, Dose of Support, Don't Eat Your Young, & Finding Balance in Your Business, Career, Finances & Health.  Connect with Lisa:WebsiteInstagramFacebookDid you learn something new today? Be sure to subscribe to this podcast and share this episode with all the girls you love. We would appreciate it if you'd also leave us a rating and review on iTunes. You can watch full episodes on YouTube now as well. Like and Subscribe to the It's Hertime Podcast HERE!Want to join our Mixhers Girl community and keep this conversation going? We'd love to hear your thoughts, feelings and experiences! Join us HERE!Join Mixhers email list and be the first to have access to new products and be the girl in the know! 

Profiles in Leadership
Trust is the Key to Top Performance in Companies, Ashley Reichheld and Amelia Dunlop

Profiles in Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 50:12


Ashley Reichheld, a principal at Deloitte Digital, works with clients across industries to help them to reimagine their brands and experiences. Ashley believes that building trust is the single greatest opportunity to create competitive advantage. So she created HX TrustIDTM –a groundbreaking measurement tool poised to become the gold standard for evaluating organizational performance—to help companies measure, predict, and build trust with their customers, workforce, and partners. Ashley is the author of The Four Factors of Trust with Amelia Dunlop. AshleyReichheld.comAmelia Dunlop, Chief Experience Officer at Deloitte Digital, helps organizations solve their toughest problems using human-equity-centered design to build empathy and trust. Amelia believes in elevating the experience for all humans, including customers, workers, and partners. She received Consulting Magazine's 2020 Top Women in Technology Award for Excellence in Innovation.   She is the author of The Wall Street Journal bestseller, Elevating the Human Experience: Three Paths to Love and Worth at Work (2021), and co-author of The Four Factors of Trust with Ashley Reichheld (2022). AmeliaDunlop.com

Moving Past Murder
Nobody Should Believe Me - Munchausen By Proxy w/ Andrea Dunlop

Moving Past Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 57:14


A deep dive into Munchausen by Proxy with podcast host Andrea Dunlop. We discuss how Andrea's personal experience with this type of abuse has moved her toward helping heal others. Andrea Dunlop is a podcaster, and the author of five books, including the novel Women Are the Fiercest Creatures (March 2023; Zibby Book) and a forthcoming true crime book from St Martin's Press. Andrea is a member of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children's Munchausen by Proxy committee and the co-founder (along with Dr. Marc Feldman) of Munchausen Support, a resource site and 501c3. She lives in Seattle with her husband and two children.  Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/nobody-should-believe-me/id1615637188 Website https://www.andreadunlop.net/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/andreadunlop   Tik Tok https://www.tiktok.com/@andrea.dunlop  This podcast is a Signal Awards Finalist! PLEASE Click here to VOTE! Wanna say thanks for a great episode? Buy me a coffee! Join our Patreon: for exclusive content, member-only meet n' greets, support this podcast & more: https://www.patreon.com/collierlandry Shop & Support: You can support this program by using our Amazon Affiliate link: https://www.collierlandry.com/amazon Subscribe to my YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/collierlandry I go live on Instagram TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on @collierlandry -Official Socials- TikTok: @collierlandry Instagram: @collierlandry Twitter: @collierlandry Facebook: /collierlandry Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

RNZ: Morning Report
Cervical cancer screening study will let participants home test

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 2:38


A cervical cancer screening study will give its participants the option to test at home.  The study will look at the impacts of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) test, which will be Aotearoa's main screening method for cervical cancer from next year.  About 3,000 participants will be able to choose whether to have their test at their doctor's surgery or do it themselves from home.  University of Otago, Christchurch, associate professor Peter Sykes spoke to Māni Dunlop.   

RNZ: Morning Report
Threshold lowered for speeding fines on cameras

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 4:53


The police have quietly lowered the threshold for issuing speeding fines through its road camera network. While it's not clear exactly what the new threshold is, four times more tickets have been handed out to drivers doing less than 11 kilometres an hour over the speed limit. Reporter Phil Pennington spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Porirua principal on Covid-19 impact on schools

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 4:38


New documents show that top officials are deeply worried about the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on our schools.  In briefings to Ministers, the Education Ministry emphasised urgent problems with student learning and teacher retention.  That led to the the government announcing a 43-million-dollar package in September to support catch-up learning. Porirua College principal Ragne Maxwell spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Forest and Bird upset with update to freshwater regulations

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 4:24


Forest and Bird is devastated by what it calls the government's disregard for rare wetlands in its latest update to the Essential Freshwater 2020 regulations.  The update removes protections that prevented further destruction of wetlands, with the changes providing consent pathways for industries like landfills, skifields, water storage and coal mines. However, no new mines are permitted.  Forest and Bird's freshwater spokesperson Tom Kay spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Ngāti Manu to celebrate return of whenua

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 2:45


The people Ngāti Manu who will tomorrow celebrate the return of its whenua after wating 177 years.  John McIntosh has sold the Otuihu pā site to the crown, with an expectation it will be returned to Ngāti Manu under redress. Ngāti Manu kaumatua Arapeta Hamilton spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Principal on officials' concern for Covid-19 impact on schools

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 2:38


Newly-released documents reveal that top officials are deeply concerned about the impact of Covid-19 on our school system.   In briefing to Ministers, the Education Ministry highlighted an urgent need for intervention to stop serious negative effects on student learning and the teacher workforce.  These briefings led the Government to announce a $43 million package in September for catchup learning.  Papatoetoe High School principal and Secondary Principal's Association president Vaughan Couillault.  He spoke to Māni Dunlop.

RNZ: Morning Report
Supreme Court rules inf favour of Wairarapa Māori

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 5:05


The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of Wairarapa Māori in a landmark case, which could potentially require the Crown to return hundreds of hectares of land occupied by the Maraetai Power Station in Waikato.  The land was given to Wairarapa Māori by the Crown as compensation for the taking the Wairarapa lakes, but was later occupied by the Crown without consent. Victoria University of Wellington senior lecturer specialising in Māori legal issues Carwyn Jones spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Medical lawyer on High Court taking guardianship of baby in need of heart surgery

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 5:53


A medical lawyer and former nurse says the court followed well established laws in taking temporary guardianship of a baby while it undergoes surgery and post-operative recovery. The child's parents had gone to court because they didn't want doctors to use blood from anyone who had the Covid-19 vaccine. The four-month-old needs open heart surgery, which will likely require a blood transfusion. Liberty Law lawyer Rebecca Keenan has been reading the judgement. She spoke to Māni Dunlop.  [audio_play] In a post attributed to the parent's lawyer, Sue Grey, and supporter, Liz Gunn, on the Facebook page of the Outdoors and Freedom Party, they say there is no time to appeal the decision, and the priority for the family is to spend time with their baby before the surgery.

RNZ: Morning Report
Hair loss treatment company Ashley and Martin fined over marketing claims

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 3:50


Hair loss treatment company Ashley and Martin has been fined more than $350,000 for unsubstantiated marketing claims about its work. The company had claimed its treatment, which costs up to $5000, had a 98 percent sucess rate. But the company had no reasonable basis for its claims. As a result of the fine, the company has stopped making the claims in advertising material. Commerce Commission associate commissioner Anna Rawlings spoke to Māni Dunlop.

RNZ: Morning Report
Baby to undergo surgery after High Court win for Health NZ

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 7:14


Starship hospital doctors will be preparing for the life-saving heart surgery on a baby who's now under the guardianship of the High Court. Te Whatu Ora took the case to court because the parents refused to allow blood transfusions from anyone who might have the Pfizer vaccine. Doctor have said they would be ready to operate within 48 hours of the decision which came out yesterday evening. The court documents have also revealed the pressure the specialists have been under from the parents' anti-vax support person. Health Correspondent Rowan Quinn spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Martime Unions on Z Energy fuel debacle

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 4:59


Maritime Unions say Z Energy's jet fuel debacle has exposed a predictable weakness in New Zealand's fuel supply.  Airlines are being forced to ration their fuel allowances at Auckland Airport, after a contaminated shipment of aviation fuel was rejected on arrival. The Unions say since the Marsden Point refinery closed in April it has only taken a few months for the wheels to come off the new import system.  Maritime Union of New Zealand National Secretary Craig Harrison spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
The Clean's Hamish Kilgour remembered by Flying Nun founder

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 4:49


The Clean founder Hamish Kilgour has died.  The Clean started making rock music in the 1970s and became synonymous with the 'Dunedin sound'.  The band was a major part of the legendary Flying Nun record label's early success.  Flying Nun founder Roger Shepherd spoke to Māni Dunlop.   

RNZ: Morning Report
Chief censor wants families using parental blocks on streaming services

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 3:08


The chief censor says families should be making better use of parental controls on streaming services such as Netflix and Disney Plus. New research from Te Mana Whakaatu, the Classification Office, shows a third of people with children at home don't use features like passwords or separate profiles for children. Chief Censor Caroline Flora spoke to Māni Dunlop.

RNZ: Morning Report
Ministry of Justice investigating cyber attack

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 4:34


The Ministry of Justice is investigating a cyber attack targeting thousands of coronial and post-mortem files. Both Te Whatu Ora and the Ministry of Justice say they have lost access to the data held by the company Mercury IT. The Ministry says there's no evidence to suggest the data has been taken, but it can't rule it out.  Cybersecurity firm Darkscope International chief technological officer Joerg Buss spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Excitement as Morocco pushes Spain out of FIFA World Cup

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 3:53


Morocco have produced the first boilover of the knockout phase at the World Cup, stunning Spain in a penalty shootout in Qatar. Spain failed to score a single goal from the penalty spot, an outcome that won't be greeted well in a country steeped in football pedigree. Spanish-based New Zealand journalist Ash Tulloch spoke to Māni Dunlop.

RNZ: Morning Report
Firefighters agree to settlement with FENZ

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 5:24


After 18 months of at times heated negotiations, and two full strikes, firefighters are set to vote on a proposed settlement with Fire and Emergency. It would see cumulative wage increases of up to 24 percent, dating back to 2021, a similar boost to allowances, and a sign-on bonus of $1500 to be paid to members the week before Christmas. It would also include blood screening for occupational cancers and other illnesses, and better medical and psychological support. Professional Firefighters Union national secretary Wattie Watson spoke to Māni Dunlop.

RNZ: Morning Report
Woman complains about rheumatologist's focus on diet

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 3:36


A young woman claims her rheumatologist sexually assaulted her and for months exercised extreme control over her diet regime - triggering an eating disorder and suicidal thoughts. She's claimed malpractice to the Health and Disability Commissioner and has meanwhile had to undergo therapy.  Reporter Kirsty Frame spoke to Māni Dunlop.

RNZ: Morning Report
Construction begins on world's largest scientific instrument

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 3:18


Construction on the world's largest scientific instrument - a telescope - has begun. The Square Kilometere Array Observatory is a network of radio antenna spread across two continents - Australia and South Africa - and will take about six years to complete. It's goals are modest - to address some of the major outstanding questions in astrophysics. Square Kilometre Array Observatory radio astronomer Dr Tyler Bourke spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Land-based whitebait farming operation launched in Southland

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 4:55


A land-based whitebait farming operation has launched in Southland with the aim of ramping up supply. The project is led by Manāki Whitebait and hopes provide a sustainable fishery and help to restore and enhance the native species.  Manāki Whitebait project manager Paul Decker spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Royal Commission into pandemic response head on his plans

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 8:00


The head of a Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Covid-19 pandemic response says the review needs to put New Zealand in better position to respond next time a pandemic hits. Professor Tony Blakely, an epidemiologist working at the University of Melbourne, will lead the Royal Commission, which starts in February. He is joined by former National Party MP Hekia Parata, and the previous secretary to Treasury, John Whitehead, as commissioners. Professor Blakely says the breadth of experience and skills of the commissioners is welcome, and will help them to cover the wide scope of the Inquiry, ranging from the health response and legislative decisions, to the economic response. He spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Māori Health Authority chief medical officer on Covid-19 inquiry

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 4:37


The Government has announced details of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into its Covid-19 response. The Prime Minister says it's the right thing to do, given the Covid-19 emergency was the most significant threat to New Zealanders' health and the economy since World War II. National Māori Pandemic Group founder and Te Aka Whai Ora, the Māori Health Authority chief medical officer Dr Rawiri McKree Jansen spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Te Whatu Ora back in court over vaccinated donor blood

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 3:15


Te Whatu Ora is back in court today asking the court to take guardianship of a baby whose parents don't want him to be treated with blood from a Covid-19 vaccinated person. The four-month old urgently needs open heart surgery. Both Te Whatu Ora/Health NZ and the baby's parents will be at the High Court in Auckland for a full hearing today. Health correspondent Rowan Quinn spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Abuse in Care inquiry highlights care of disabled people

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 4:05


Stories of abuse inflicted on disabled and neurodiverse people, released by the Abuse in Care inquiry, highlight what disabled people know well - that they are less likely to be believed when complaining of abuse, and that their lives are valued less than others. Disabled Persons Assembly chief executive Prudence Walker spoke to Māni Dunlop. 

RNZ: Morning Report
National Party reacts to fresh transport funding

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 5:53


The Government is handing out $350 million to encourage people to walk, bike or take the bus. The Transport Choices package announced yesterday aims to give 46 councils more efficient, cost effective and sustainable transport options. National Party transport spokesperson Simeon Brown spoke to Māni Dunlop.

RNZ: Morning Report
England top scoring charts at FIFA World Cup

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 3:18


England will take on African champions Senegal in the second knockout match at the FIFA World Cup. England sit on top of the tournament scoring charts with nine goals and finished top of Group B. The winner of the match will take on France/Poland in the quarter-finals on December 10. Sports Journalist Coen Lammers spoke to Māni Dunlop from Qatar.

RNZ: Morning Report
Analysis: Govt u-turn on three waters entrenchment

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 5:50


The government is making a U-turn on its decision to entrench part of the three waters legislation regarding the privatisation of water assets. The rule would have required 60 percent of votes in the house to overturn the legislation. RNZ's political editor Jane Patterson spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Government to force Google, Meta to pay for news

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 6:59


The Government is proposing a law to force Google and Meta to pay for New Zealand news content.  The deal could provide an extra $30 million to $50 million dollars for local journalism.  Several publishers are already in negotiations - but Broadcasting Minister Willie Jackson says this law will act as a backstop in case the internet giants do not voluntarily strike deals with the media outlets.  RNZ Mediawatch host Colin Peacock spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Transport Minister on new funding for 46 councils for transport infrastructure

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 5:12


Forty-six councils across the country are due to receive funding to bring in new bus-stops, cycleways and improve walkways.  The Transport Choices package announced yesterday aims to give communities more efficient, cost effective and sustainable transport.  Roads for car use are not included within the $350m fund.  Transport Minister Michael Wood spoke to Māni Dunlop.  

RNZ: Morning Report
Almost 16,000 KiwiSaver hardship withdrawls

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 4:25


In the last year almost 16,000 people took money out of their Kiwisavers to help cope with tough times - but economists are predicting that to rise as the recession hits.  People can get their money out of KiwiSaver for a number of hardship reasons, including not being able to pay a mortgage, being unable to cover minimum living expenses, or needing to pay medical costs. Kiwisaver provider Simplicity managing director Sam Stubbs spoke to Māni Dunlop.   

RNZ: Checkpoint
5yo Malachi Subecz failed by multiple govt agences - report

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 4:18


It's been confirmed that five-year-old Malachi Subecz was failed by multiple government agencies, something his family says it already knew. The little boy was tortured and killed by Michaela Barriball, the woman Malachi's mother trusted to look after him when she was jailed. Family members reported abuse to Oranga Tamariki - but their concerns was dismissed. That was in June 2021. By November he was dead. Now an independent review commissioned by agencies meant to protect Malachi has highlighted a litany of shortcomings and concluded more could have been done to save his life. It makes 14 recommendations. So far the government only committed to adopting nine. But Malachi's family are desperate for him to be an angel of real change - saying his death cannot be in vain. Māni Dunlop reports.

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Lady and the Poet | Ayrshire Trilogy | Jill Korn | Ajay Tambe

Creative Audios.in

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 43:32


An Ayrshire Trilogy Dedicated to People in Scotland  : Originally written by James Miller for performance in the village of Dunlop, it was adapted for audio by Jill Korn. Robert Burns is Scotland's national poet and is famous for his poems and songs across the world. In 1786 he sent a copy of his first book of poems to an elderly widow called Mrs Frances Dunlop and they wrote to each other for almost 10 years. She advised and supported Burns. He married Jean Armour who loved him but he had many lovers. Burns was a republican who supported the French Revolution as well as the execution of the French King and Queen.  Mrs Dunlop was against this and she stopped writing to Burns, refusing to answer his letters. He died in poverty and it is not known whether Frances Dunlop answered his final letter to her. This is a complex play consisting of narration, songs by Robert Burns, extracts from real letters and dramatic scenes. CAST : ACTORS/ SINGER The Storyteller : Robert Donaldson Frances Dunlop : Diane Brooks Robert Burns : Lorenzo Novani The Maid and Jean Armour : Rachel Macpherson-Graham James Armour and Gilbert Burns : John McQuiston Songs performed by Rachel Macpherson-Graham PRODUCTION Writer and director : Jill Korn Sound production : John Boyd Sound recording : Paul Gallacher In Collaboration with Sound Escape Theatre Connect with us :   instagram.com/podcastaudios    facebook.com/podcastaudios    twitter.com/podcastaudios     Our Website : www.creativeaudios.in --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/creativecellsaudios.in/support