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Spectator Radio
Spectator Out Loud: Douglas Murray, Henry Eliot, Sam Holmes

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 20:38


On this week's episode, we'll hear from Douglas Murray who says that the case of Kyle Rittenhouse shows nothing in America matters more than your identity. (00:55) Next, Henry Eliot wonders, what makes a book a classic? (08:30) And finally, Sam Holmes tells us about his time as a Hamleys Christmas elf. (16:31) Produced and presented by Max Jeffery Subscribe to The Spectator today and we'll send you a bottle of Johnnie Walker Black Label worth £30 www.spectator.co.uk/voucher 

Massively OP
Massively OP Podcast Episode 348: To the moon with FFXIV's Endwalker

Massively OP

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 61:01


On this week's bonus show, Eliot joins Justin to talk about Final Fantasy XIV's upcoming Endwalker, including an overview of the expansion, a look at its new jobs, mysteries we'd like cleared up, and speculation about what's coming next for the MMO. It's the Massively OP Podcast, an action-packed hour of news, tales, opinions, and gamer emails! And remember, if you'd like to send in your question to the show, use this link or call in to our voicemail at (734) 221-3973. Show notes: Intro Overview of Endwalker Why is Endwalker significant for FFXIV? What jobs and features look appealing? What do we not know about Endwalker? What do we want in it? Is FFXIV still enjoying the WoW fallout boost? What's going on with rebalancing old content? Where is the game going next? What should players do to prep for the expansion? What's your favorite character? Outro Other info: Podcast theme: "Dungeon Boss Theme" from FFXIV Your show hosts: Justin and Eliot Listen to Massively OP Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Player FM, TuneIn, Google Play, iHeartRadio, Pocket Casts, Amazon, and Spotify Follow Massively Overpowered: Website, Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, Twitch If you're having problems seeing or using the web player, please check your flashblock or scriptblock setting.

Shield of the Republic
Three Dangerous Men (with Seth Jones)

Shield of the Republic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 55:22


Eric and Eliot discuss three dangerous men (Russian General Valeriy Gerasimov, the late Iranian IRGC leader Ghassem Soleimani and PRC Central Military Commission Vice Chairman Zhang Youxia) with Seth Jones who has written a new book on irregular or, if you prefer, political warfare. They discuss the active conflict in this domain in which the US finds itself with Russia, China, and Iran as Russia's use of private military companies to serve as proxies in conflicts around the world. They examine what alternative options existed to the Biden Administration's approach to Afghanistan, the role of public opinion and the future trajectory of the country. Shield of the Republic is co-sponsored by the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia.

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Defense With DJ Eliot - Houston's #6 Ranked Defense

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 28:39


Coach DJ Eliot joins us on the fifth episode of our Defensive Series to discuss the #1 ranked defense in the FBS, the Wisconsin Badgers. Coach Eliot has 20+ years of coaching experience in the collegiate rankings. Coach Eliot's pedigree includes coaching stops at Kansas, Florida State, Miami, Colorado and Kentucky, as well as time with proven winners and program builders Jimbo Fisher and Mark Stoops. Additionally, Coach Eliot is among a select group of defensive thought-leaders that regularly clinic around the principles of the 3-4 defense. Today we break down the #6 ranked Houston Cougar defense under defensive coordinator Doug Belk. Shownotes: -Division 3 football -Bracket and run fits -Adjustments to fly -How to play halves with a hook defender -Level, Look and Listen -"In" Calls -Handling motion in Man Fee and Match 3 -Determining how to adjust -Handling Y motion with Bump in the box -Alerts pre snap for Y motion -Simulated Man Free pressure -Bear on 3rd down to get protection you want -Nick Saban vs. Vic Fangio Match 3 and how to tell which is being played -Mixing Match 3 and Rat 1 to avoid the O picking on a weakness -Fishtail to hold 2 shell -Going from 2 high to 1 high off snap indicator -Study of snap indicator - using the play clock -Crash Quarters - running CB/Safety blitzes from boundary with a 2 speed -Red Zone Follow Coach on twitter @CoachEliot Listen to the Home Visit podcast

Front Row
Ralph Fiennes on Four Quartets, Songlines exhibition, art postcard from Plymouth

Front Row

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 42:14


‘A spiritual enquiry into what it is to be human' is how Ralph Fiennes describes T. S. Eliot's Four Quartets. On the eve of the opening in the West End he tells presenter Elle Osili-Wood about his stage presentation and his relationship with the poems. An exhibition that was a smash hit in Australia has come to Plymouth. “Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters” explores the ancient stories of Indigenous Australians through more than 300 works of art. Senior curator Margo Neale explains the meaning of the Seven Sisters Dreaming stories, that are central to the exhibition. Plus BBC Devon presenter Sarah Gosling takes us to the south coast and to Plymouth, where this Friday hip hop takes over the city thanks to Roots Up festival, as part of the Mayflower 400 anniversary celebrations. We also hear about grassroots theatre, comedy, and the thriving music scene which is pulling creatives to the south west from across the country. PRESENTER: Elle Osili-Wood PRODUCER: Julian May PHOTO: Ralph Fiennes on stage in Four Quartets PHOTO CREDIT: Matt Humphrey

One of Us
Screener Squad: Y: The Last Man

One of Us

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 29:59


Y: THE LAST MAN TV SERIES REVIEW You've likely heard the news about how this show was cancelled before its eighth episode, but was it really THAT bad? That's what Justin, Tessa, Bradly, and Eliot will figure out in their review of “Y: The Last Man.” Adapted from the critically acclaimed comic by Brian K.… Read More »Screener Squad: Y: The Last Man

Highly Suspect Reviews
Screener Squad: Y: The Last Man

Highly Suspect Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 29:59


Y: THE LAST MAN TV SERIES REVIEW You've likely heard the news about how this show was cancelled before its eighth episode, but was it really THAT bad? That's what Justin, Tessa, Bradly, and Eliot will figure out in their review of “Y: The Last Man.” Adapted from the critically acclaimed comic by Brian K.… Read More »Screener Squad: Y: The Last Man

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Defense With DJ Eliot - Wyoming's #23 Ranked Defense

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 30:30


Coach DJ Eliot joins us on the fifth episode of our Defensive Series to discuss the #1 ranked defense in the FBS, the Wisconsin Badgers. Coach Eliot has 20+ years of coaching experience in the collegiate rankings. Coach Eliot's pedigree includes coaching stops at Kansas, Florida State, Miami, Colorado and Kentucky, as well as time with proven winners and program builders Jimbo Fisher and Mark Stoops. Additionally, Coach Eliot is among a select group of defensive thought-leaders that regularly clinic around the principles of the 3-4 defense. Today we break down the #23 Wyoming Cowboys defense: -4-waying the TE/FB in man -Understanding the man coverage you are in to communicate how to cover -Practicing communications in inside skelly -Back to Backers drill for boot, play action, and bunches -Quarter/Quarter/Half coverage -Creating Bear fronts -Getting the offense to check into different protections -Variations of how to play stacked receivers -Playing sticks coverage technique -5 man pressure on 3rd down -Playing Orbit and Fly motions -Making motion adjustments look the same -Motion to Empty or from Empty -Cross face on Long stick and LB fits -LB coverage will take you to the run fit -Different ways of playing bunch -Man free sim -Aligning at different levels in man -2 minute QQH disguise Keith example that beat Quarter/Quarter/Half https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvoU2kTTBAQ For your chance to win the package from Glazier, go to www.glazierclinics.com/win Drawing is on the 5 year anniversary of the podcast on 12/12/21.

Oxford Exxon Podcast
Home Visit with Tyler Siskey and Associates -- Week 11

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 97:48


Welcome back to another episode of Home Visit with Tyler Siskey and the  Associates. This week Tyler Siskey is breaking down all the upcoming NCAA legislation and the changes we might soon see in college football. Coach D.J. Eliot and Tyler Siskey recap this past weekend's games and share their thoughts on the most recent coaching hires. As always, Siskey and Coach Eliot select their Call Sheet Picks and break down the top six teams in the country. Sit back, relax, and enjoy another episode of Home Visit.

Doing What Works
Do you have a space to call your own?

Doing What Works

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 39:50


Darrell and I know a little something about tight squeezes. And that's why Katie and I are devoting an hour of the program to the importance of having your own space. Maybe it's just a closet. Maybe it's a corner of a bedroom. But we, all of us, need a “room” of our own. Even if it's in an RV, or a cramped studio apartment that houses an entire family in a pandemic. In this edition of Doing What Works, we have a few suggestions that might be as life-changing as they appear at first glance to be trivial.Here are your show notes…Want an all-in-one desktop computer [https://buyersguide.org/laptops/t/pc-all-in-one?m=p&d=c&c=83356854647360&oid=kwd-83357201396569:loc-190&qs=all-in-one%20desktop%20computers&lp=112093&li=&nw=s&nts=1&tdid=9049364]?“There will be time, there will be time,” T. S. Eliot says in one of Katie's favorite poems [https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/poems/44212/the-love-song-of-j-alfred-prufrock]. “To prepare a face to meet the faces that you meet.”A friend once told Gretchen Rubin, “I cleaned out my fridge, and now I know I can switch careers.” Gretchen knew exactly what she meant [https://gretchenrubin.com/2015/03/do-you-have-things-that-you-dont-use-but-cant-toss-hobbits-do/].Memento mori [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memento_mori]. Remember you will die. It will help you know how to live. Mitch Albom talks about the concept in Tuesdays with Morrie [https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/571089-every-day-have-a-little-bird-on-your-shoulder-that].

Go Birds
Eagles-Chargers Postgame Pod: James and Eliot Argue About the Defense

Go Birds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 43:57


James Seltzer and Eliot Shorr-Parks react to a hard-fought Eagles loss to the Chargers. The guys argue about Jonathan Gannon and the defense, parse out blame for the loss, and much more. Presented by Parx Casino Sportsbook App, new users download in app store or click ParxCasino.com/PA and use the promo code “GOBIRDS” for first bet risk-free up to $500. Must be 21. Gambling Problem—Call 1800-Gambler. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Defense With DJ Eliot - Wisconsin Badgers #1 Defense in FBS

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 40:26


Coach DJ Eliot joins us on the fifth episode of our Defensive Series to discuss the #1 ranked defense in the FBS, the Wisconsin Badgers. Coach Eliot has 20+ years of coaching experience in the collegiate rankings. Coach Eliot's pedigree includes coaching stops at Kansas, Florida State, Miami, Colorado and Kentucky, as well as time with proven winners and program builders Jimbo Fisher and Mark Stoops. Additionally, Coach Eliot is among a select group of defensive thought-leaders that regularly clinic around the principles of the 3-4 defense. Today we break down the Badgers defense, one that Coach Eliot is familiar with because it's the defense he ran as well. After week 9, Wisconsin is #1 in total defense (214.6 yards per game) and rushing defense (49.6 ypg) while ranking highly in several categories. Show Notes: History and background of the defense Base defense: Base Tite 3 Playing the with set A to A and B to B rusher Excellent way to keep edges on play action and boot and get inside pressure Compliment to it - double edge pressure with man free Wing bust adjustment for single high Tite 3 vs 12 and 21 Empty with big personnel Holes in match 3 and adjustment Check to 8 man drop to remove conflict Defending the Power Pass Getting eyes in the right spot to recognize power pass or power Technique fix - Can't IO the power pass Scheme fix - OLB drop Corner blitz Coaching Razor and Track Switch call with corner and safety Method for communicating adjustments between players Reasons for switch call Controlling the controllables Next level of coaching Badgers Nickel defense: Change Check Adjustment to Iowa snag concept Blitz hug technique Mirroring pressures Getting work in practice Inside skelly Cover 1 Changing techniques with under center/gun Scheme fix - chase/replace Technique fix - fallback 1S coverage 3rd down defense: Odd overload 8 man drop cover 3 Not wasting a guy - determining 3 over player 3x1 plus or 4x1 adjustment Middle pressure 3 cloud Change 3 over in match 3 Key call adjustment Practicing 3rd down situations Protections period Check out Coach Eliot's Podcast: Home Visit

The Daily Gardener
November 1, 2021 Lee Smith, James Sherard, Charles Eliot, Dyed Flowers, Mary Rose O'Reilley, Flora by DK, and Stephen Crane

The Daily Gardener

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 33:29


Today in botanical history, we celebrate a wealthy gardener and Apothecary whose garden became his legacy, a ​​pioneering Landscape architect who left his mark on the world in his all-too-short life, and the fine fine fun that can be had dying flowers - a hobby that's been around for quite a longe time. We'll hear an excerpt from a book by a Quaker woman who spent a year tending sheep. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about flowers in all their glory, and it takes us inside the Secret World of Plants... And then we'll wrap things up with a little poem written by an American writer, and it's a little poignant - so kleenex should be on standby. “If you're the first of November, you're Scorpio. A large reporter of his owne Acts. Prudent of behaviour in owne affairs. A lover of Quarrels and theevery, a promoter of frayes and commotions. As wavery as the wind; neither fearing God or caring for Man.' ‘Better,' said Lymond coldly, ‘to be stung by a nettle than pricked by a rose.” ― Dorothy Dunnett, Checkmate Maggie Dietz poem 1995  Rosemary Verey's Making of a Garden 1995 The Unsung Season: Gardens and Gardeners in Winter: Sydney Eddison, Karen Bussolini 2001 A Garden from Hundred Packets of Seed by James Fenton What plants would you choose to grow, given a blank slate of a garden, and given the stipulation that everything you grow in this garden must be raised by you from seed? 2009 Jane Colden: America's First Woman Botanist Paperback – November 1, 2009 Curated News Interview with Lee Smith, Southern Writer | Southern Environmental Law Center 1944 Here's a short clip with writer Lee Smith about the importance of the natural world for writers and inspiration. In the video Lee says that the South does have a very strong literary tradition that is grounded in place and specifically a rural place. Lee says the land is so important to southern writing. Land not only shows up in southern stories but also in southern music and southern culture. Lee tells how her father used to fight her when she tried to get him to leave the mountains and move to her home in North Carolina and so he would always say I could never leave the mountains he said I need me a mountain to rest my eyes against and That resinates with lee who went on to say that there's something in the contemplation of mountains of nature  of natural places that leads us to think of things that are really important that leads us to think of the real questions and issues and things that people need to be working on. And so Lee, like many of us, gets her inspiration from the natural world To borrow her phrase, I need me a garden to rest my eyes against... Important Events November 1, 1666Birth of James Sherard, English apothecary, botanist, amateur musician, and composer. His older brother, William, was also a botanist. James served as an apprentice to an apothecary named Charles Watts at Chelsea Physic Garden. He later followed his entrepreneurial instincts and started his own business, which made him quite wealthy.  In August of 1716, he wrote that, “the love of Botany has so far prevailed as to divert my mind from things I formerly thought more material.” After retiring, he purchased three residences - two manor homes and a place in London. At his London residence, he established a garden and began collecting and cultivating rare plants. Around the time his garden was becoming one of England's top gardens, James's brother William invited the German botanist Johann Jacob Dillenius to visit England. Dillenius created an illustrated catalog that described the plants cultivated in James's collection in London. The English botanical writer Blanche Henrey called Dillenius's book, “the most important book published in England during the eighteenth century on the plants growing in a private garden." Today, the walls of the Herbarium Room at the Oxford Botanic Garden and Arboretum are graced with the illustrations from Dillenius's book - so the plants in James Sherard's beautiful garden live on in that marvelous place. November 1, 1859Birth of Charles Eliot, American landscape architect. In his brief career, Charles established principles for regional planning and natural systems for landscape architecture. He also helped set up the world's first land trust and the Boston Metropolitan Park System. He was a prolific writer and observer of nature and Landscapes. His work set the stage for conservancies across the world. Charles was born into a prominent Boston family. In 1869, the year his mother died, his father, Charles William Eliot, became the president of Harvard University. In 1882 Charles went to Harvard to study botany. A year later, he began apprenticing with the landscape firm of Frederick Law Olmsted. As a young landscape architect, Charles enjoyed visiting different natural areas, and he conducted regular walking tours of different nature areas around Boston. In his diary, Charles made a charming list titled, "A Partial List of Saturday Walks before 1878". Early in his career, Charles spent 13 months touring England and Europe between 1885 and 1886. The trip was actually Olmsted's idea, and it was a great training ground for Charles's understanding of various landscape concepts. During this trip, Charles kept a journal where he wrote down his thoughts and sketches of the places he was visiting. During his time in Europe, Charles's benchmark was always Boston. Throughout his writings, he continually compared new landscapes to the beauty of his native landscape in New England. Charles's story ended too soon. He died at 37 from spinal meningitis. Before his death, Charles had worked with Charles Sprague Sargent to plan The Arnold Arboretum. When Charles died, Sargent wrote a tribute to him and featured it in his weekly journal called Garden and Forest. Charles's death had a significant impact on his father, Charles Eliot Senior. At times, the two men had struggled to connect. Charles hadn't liked it when his dad remarried and, their personalities were very different. Charles, the architect, could be a little melancholy. After Charles died, his dad, Charles Sr., started culling through his son's work. In April 1897, Charles Sr. confided to a friend, "I am examining his letters and papers, and I am filled with wonder at what he accomplished in the ten years of professional life. I should've died without ever having appreciated his influence. His death has shown it to me." Despite his heavy workload as the president of Harvard, Charles Sr. immediately set about compiling all of his son's work. He used it to write a book called Charles Eliot Landscape Architect. The book came out in 1902, and today it is considered a classic work in the field of landscape architecture. November 1, 1883On this day, the Brown County World (Hiawatha, Kansas) published a little blurb that said, A distinguished botanist has found that by simply soaking the stems of cut flowers in a weak dye solution, their colors can be altered at will without the perfume and the freshness being destroyed. Unearthed Words On the first day of November last year, sacred to many religious calendars but especially the Celtic, I went for a walk among bare oaks and birch. Nothing much was going on. Scarlet sumac had passed, and the bees were dead. The pond had slicked overnight into that shiny and deceptive glaze of delusion, first ice. It made me remember skates and conjure a vision of myself skimming backward on one foot, the other extended; the arms become wings. Minnesota girls know that this is not a difficult maneuver if one's limber and practices even a little after school before the boys claim the rink for hockey. I think I can still do it - one thinks many foolish things when November's bright sun skips over the entrancing first freeze. A flock of sparrows reels through the air looking more like a flying net than seventy conscious birds, a black veil thrown on the wind. When one sparrow dodges, the whole net swerves, dips: one mind. Am I part of anything like that? Maybe not. [...] It's an ugly woods, I was saying to myself, padding along a trail where other walkers had broken ground before me. And then I found an extraordinary bouquet. Someone had bound an offering of dry seed pods, yew, lyme grass, red berries, and brown fern and laid it on the path: "nothing special," as Buddhists say, meaning "everything." Gathered to formality, each dry stalk proclaimed a slant, an attitude, infinite shades of neutral. All contemplative acts, silences, poems, honor the world this way. Brought together by the eye of love, a milkweed pod, a twig, allow us to see how things have been all along. A feast of being. ― Mary Rose O'Reilley, The Barn at the End of the World: The Apprenticeship of a Quaker, Buddhist Shepherd   Grow That Garden Library Flora by DK Flora was also contributed to by Kew,the Royal Botanic Gardens. This book was published back in 2018, and the subtitle is Inside the Secret World of Plants. Well, let me tell you that when I got my copy of this book, I was so pleasantly surprised. This is a big book - it's a coffee table book. The cover is predominantly white, and then it just has a single flower featured on the cover - and it is stunning. I like to think about this fantastic book as a floral scrapbook. So imagine if you were to put together a book of flowers, and on each page, you feature: a different blossom, details about the plant, the history and some outstanding characteristics of the flower, and other various aspects of the plant. This book also reviews a little bit of the science behind why plants do what they do and how they do what they do. Flora is beautifully illustrated with modern photography and also some incredible botanical art from the ages. And it is just a joy to leaf through. So whether you are a gardener or even a non-gardener, I think you would enjoy this book. You can get a copy of Flora by DK and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $12. Today's Botanic Spark Reviving the little botanic spark in your heart November 1, 1871 Birth of Stephen Crane, American poet, novelist, and short-story writer. Stephen started writing at the tender age of four.  As a young adult, he dropped out of college at Syracuse and started working as a reporter and writer. By 1895 his Civil War novel The Red Badge of Courage won acclaim despite Stephen never having any personal experience as a soldier.   The following year he was asked to go to Cuba as a war correspondent. During the voyage, his ship, the SS Commodore, sank off the coast of Florida. Stephen survived after spending thirty hours adrift at sea in a small dinghy along with other survivors.  The experience became the basis for his book called, The Open Boat. Despite surviving the shipwreck, Stephen Crane died young of tuberculosis at the age of 28. Today, The Red Badge of Courage is considered an American classic. But Stephen also wrote short stories and poetry. One of his biggest fans was Ernest Hemingway, who credited Stephen as a source of his inspiration. In Stephen's poem, The Black Riders and Other Lines (1895), Stephen wrote, There was set before me a mighty hill, And long days I climbed Through regions of snow. When I had before me the summit-view, It seemed that my labour Had been to see gardens Lying at impossible distances. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener. And remember: "For a happy, healthy life, garden every day."

Sleepyhead Stories - Mother/Daughter Duo
Dia de los Muertos by Hannah Eliot

Sleepyhead Stories - Mother/Daughter Duo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 19:42


It's time to celebrate the Day of the Dead. Come find out all about it. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sleepyhead/message

The Tory: Perspectives and Poems: Dr Pratt Datta
Old Possum‘s Book of Practical Cats by Eliot The Song of the Jellicles

The Tory: Perspectives and Poems: Dr Pratt Datta

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 2:17


THE SONG OF THE JELLICLES             Jellicle Cats come out to-night,             Jellicle Cats come one come all:             The Jellicle Moon is shining bright—             Jellicles come to the Jellicle Ball. Jellicle Cats are black and white, Jellicle Cats are rather small; Jellicle Cats are merry and bright, And pleasant to hear when they caterwaul. Jellicle Cats have cheerful faces, Jellicle Cats have bright black eyes; They like to practise their airs and graces And wait for the Jellicle Moon to rise. Jellicle Cats develop slowly, Jellicle Cats are not too big; Jellicle Cats are roly-poly, They know how to dance a gavotte and a jig. Until the Jellicle Moon appears They make their toilette and take their repose: Jellicles wash behind their ears, Jellicles dry between their toes. Jellicle Cats are white and black, Jellicle Cats are of moderate size; Jellicles jump like a jumping-jack, Jellicle Cats have moonlit eyes. They're quiet enough in the morning hours, They're quiet enough in the afternoon, Reserving their terpsichorean powers To dance by the light of the Jellicle Moon. Jellicle Cats are black and white, Jellicle Cats (as I said) are small; If it happens to be a stormy night They will practise a caper or two in the hall. If it happens the sun is shining bright You would say they had nothing to do at all: They are resting and saving themselves to be right For the Jellicle Moon and the Jellicle Ball.

Paraíso Perdido
A Terra Devastada, T. S. Eliot

Paraíso Perdido

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 5:56


O poema fixou T. S. Eliot como um dos poetas mais originais de sempre. Publicado em 1922, é considerado o grande poema do modernismo, uma das obras mais influentes na literatura que a partir de então se produziu.

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Defense with DJ Eliot - Breaking Down The Michigan Defense

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 39:03


Coach DJ Eliot joins us on the fourth episode of our Defensive Series. Coach Eliot has 20+ years of coaching experience in the collegiate rankings. Coach Eliot's pedigree includes coaching stops at Kansas, Florida State, Miami, Colorado and Kentucky, as well as time with proven winners and program builders Jimbo Fisher and Mark Stoops. Additionally, Coach Eliot is among a select group of defensive thought-leaders that regularly clinic around the principles of the 3-4 defense. Today we break down the Michigan defense: -Defense vs different personnel -Nub side adjustments -Getting corners enough nubs -How top practice run fits -Unbalanced adjustment -When the offense shifts back from unbalanced -11 personnel - 4 man front with sims -2 from the field sim -Must win the 1 on 1 vs the back -3 over player -Quarters coverage vs Trey -Defending boot with sail out technique -Defending boot with end -Pin boot - switching responsibilities -Robot and Radar -Defending boot - techniques for the end -Two ways to fix every problem -Stress instead of read 3 concepts -3rd downs 5 man - man free pressure with safety down to the back -Making checks on defense when they look to the sideline -Communication problems because of noise -Double Mug Zero -One Cross on 3rd down -Assigning the safety to come down to 3 locations

You're Making It Worse
Omar Torres

You're Making It Worse

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 60:43


Therapist Omar Torres joins the guys to encourage you to acknowledge your mental health! Because, as we always say at You're Making It Worse, being gay is hard sometimes! Plus, Superman's son is bisexual now (ok!) and Dean Cain got mad (...ok!). And just in time for Halloween, Eliot analyzes his deep-seeded fear of the moon, and why the blame may fall squarely on the shoulders of Osama Bin Laden. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Something Ventured -- Silicon Valley Podcast
Eliot Brown on the Crazy Life and Wild Times of We Work Founder Adam Neumann

Something Ventured -- Silicon Valley Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 47:34


Eliot Brown, with Maureen Farrell, is co-author of “The Cult of We: WeWork, Adam Neumann, and the Great Startup Delusion”.  As a reporter for the Wall Street Journal he became intrigued by the messianic founder who had raised billions of dollars, and developed a cult-like following at his startup WeWork. “In little more than a decade, Neumann transformed himself from a struggling baby clothes salesman into the charismatic, hard-partying CEO of a company worth $47 billion - on paper. With his long hair and feel-good mantras, the six-foot-five Israeli transplant looked the part of a messianic truth teller. Investors swooned, and billions poured in. Soon, however, WeWork was burning through cash faster than Neumann could bring it in. From his private jet, sometimes clouded with marijuana smoke, he scoured the globe for more capital. Then, as WeWork readied a Hail Mary IPO, it all fell apart. Nearly $40 billion of value vaporized in one of corporate America's most spectacular meltdowns.” In this episode Eliot Brown shares what he learned studying WeWork and it's larger-than-life founder. Something Ventured Podcast Eliot Brown The Cult of We

Easton Online Podcast
Narrowing The Focus With Your Martial Arts School - Paul Halme (E27)

Easton Online Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 37:38


Paul Halme is Travis Lutter's first Black Belt, a Master No GI Black Belt World Champion, and author of the book "How To Make Money With Your Martial Arts Gym: Even If You Haven't Won Anything Yet". Paul also owns and operates his own school, Peak MMA, in Keller, TX. In this episode of Black Belt Business podcast Paul joins Eliot to discuss narrowing your focus as a school owner and how doing so can make your school successful.   Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/kawEl-XJ9kc

Homesteading and Permaculture by Paul Wheaton
Podcast 591 – Eliot's Farm Experience

Homesteading and Permaculture by Paul Wheaton

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021


Paul sits back down with Eliot once again to continue talking about his farming experience and contrast them with Paul's. They talk about topics such as climate change, carbon footprints and how reducing them brings other benefits, and the reasons why each of them first bought land. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and […]

Single Mother Survival Guide
271 - Pelvic floor health and myths, with Leslie Parker

Single Mother Survival Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 62:33


  This week on the show, I have Leslie Parker joining me.   Leslie Parker has been a Physical Therapist since 2000 and has a special focus on pelvic health. As a pelvic floor specialist, she specializes in Women's Health including bladder, bowel, and pain dysfunction to include prenatal and postpartum care. She also works with women with breast and reproductive cancer in a variety of ways including lymphedema care. Over the years she has expanded her focus to include both men's and children's pelvic health as well.    In 2012, she developed the Seacoast's premiere Pediatric bladder and bowel program, Pediatric Elimination Therapy (P.E.T.) at Wentworth Douglass Hospital. She then opened her own Physical Therapy practice in Eliot, Maine.    Leslie published her first book, "The Art of Control; A Woman's Guide To Bladder Care" in June 2015, which hit Amazon's #1 Best Seller rating during the first week it was published. She did this as she was recovering from breast cancer, bilateral mastectomies, and chemotherapy.    She treats women, men, and children with pelvic floor dysfunction which typically presents as bladder issues (leaks, frequency, getting up at night to pee, pain, BPH, etc), bowel issues ( leaks, constipation, IBS, incomplete emptying, pain, etc), and pelvic pain (vaginal, rectal, tailbone, endometriosis, IC, low back, hip, penile, etc). She is in the process of launching a community membership for women for "all things" pelvic floor.  In this episode, Leslie shares that we should know about our pelvic floor muscles. She talks about: The different stages of our lives where we might encounter bladder issues (pregnancy, post-partum, menopause, and everyone in between!)  How the pelvic floor muscles support our organs. How the pelvic floor stops things from coming out (pee, poop, gas) and how it lets things in (tampons, speculums, vibrators). What tight vs loose, weak vs strong pelvic floor really means.  The common symptoms of pelvic floor issues.  Six main tips for a healthy pelvic floor.  Why you should stop doing Kegels (it's not for everybody!).   And so much more!   Links mentioned in the episode:  Find out more about Leslie here. Download Leslie's free guide on The 6 Steps to Bladder Control here. Jump on the waitlist for her new community membership for women here.  Click HERE to check out her book on Amazon.   Connect with Leslie on Facebook, or Instagram. Leslie's email: leslie@innerbalancept.com  You can also listen to Leslie's podcast with her son here. To contact Julia, email: julia@singlemothersurvivalguide.com.  Visit us at Single Mother Survival Guide. And join the email list there too.  Or connect with Single Mother Survival Guide on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Pinterest. 

Shield of the Republic
Woodrow Wilson and the Great War (with Philip Zelikow)

Shield of the Republic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 48:24


In this episode Eliot and Eric explore why Woodrow Wilson was unable to end World War I in 1916 despite the exhaustion of Britain, France, and Germany (the main combatants on the Western Front), how the lack of an adequate staffing may have contributed, the rise of a staffing culture inside the US government and the more recent loss of staffing and strategic competence, the role of reviewing past policy failures, the work of the House January 6 Committee investigation, and prospects for an Afghanistan and COVID-19 independent commissions. Our special guest is Philip Zelikow, the White Burkett Miller Professor of History at the University of Virginia, the former Executive Director of the 9/11 Commission and author of the recent book, The Road Less Travelled: The Secret Battle to End the Great War, 1916-1917 (New York: Public Affairs Press, 2021). Shield of the Republic is co-sponsored by the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia.

Homesteading and Permaculture by Paul Wheaton
Podcast 590 – Gardening v Farming

Homesteading and Permaculture by Paul Wheaton

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021


Paul sits back down with Eliot to continue where they left off on the subject of gardening verses farming. Other topics include some of the difficulties of developing communities, PEP and SKIP certification, and another brief rundown on staying on potentially temporary land. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and […]

The Verb
Puddings

The Verb

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 44:23


Ian McMillan on the language and poetry of puddings - with Lorraine Bowen, Joseph Coelho, Kate Fox, Frances Atkins and Fariha Shaikh. Singer, comedian and songwriter Lorraine Bowen is known to many as the 'Crumble Lady' - her song about cooking crumble won her huge audiences on 'Britain's Got Talent', and went viral on social media. We find out about how the word 'crumble' translates into other languages and Ian offers a Yorkshire dialect interpretation of the 'Crumble Song'. Joseph Coelho shares his spooky pudding poetry and reads a special commission for The Verb - a poem which explores the pleasure of disastrous puddings. His first poetry collection 'Werewolf Club Rules' was published in 2014. What if Emily Dickinson, T.S.Eliot and Maya Angelou took part in a poetry themed bake-off? That's the kind of thought experiment that stand-up poet Kate Fox likes to conduct for The Verb. She imagines their baking - and wonders if you can tell how well a poet will cook from their poetry. D Fariha Shaikh is a New Generation Thinker and Senior Lecturer in Victorian Literature at the University of Birmingham. She tells us about the pudding making of emigrant Catharine Parr Traill, born in 1801, who emigrated to Canada and wrote many books on her life there and on natural history, for women readers in particular. Frances Atkins is a Michelin star winning chef. She explains the difference between a pudding and a dessert and argues that descriptive pudding names are most likely to excite the palate.

Homesteading and Permaculture by Paul Wheaton
Podcast 589 – Julia (and Eliot's) Farm

Homesteading and Permaculture by Paul Wheaton

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021


Paul sits back down with Eliot for a quick podcast discussing Paul's visit to Eliot's farm before knocking off for lunch. They do get around to discussing berms, hugelkultur, terraces, orchards, frost pockets and how to make upside down hugelkultur beds. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information and discussion of […]

Joaquín López-Dóriga
Este jueves es la entrega de los Eliot Awards 2021

Joaquín López-Dóriga

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 4:07


Raúl Ferráez, fundador de Líderes Mexicanos, anuncia la entrega de los premios Eliot Awards 2021

Go Birds
Eagles-Raiders Preview Pod: Eliot Takes Vegas

Go Birds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 51:19


James Seltzer and Eliot Shorr-Parks preview Sunday's Eagles-Raiders game. The guys also talk Lane Johnson's return, Sirianni concerns, and much more. Presented by Parx Casino Sportsbook App, new users download in app store or click ParxCasino.com/PA and use the promo code “GOBIRDS” for first bet risk-free up to $500. Must be 21. Gambling Problem—Call 1800-Gambler. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Defense With DJ Eliot- Oklahoma State And UCLA Defenses

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 39:51


Coach DJ Eliot joins us on the third episode of our Defensive Series. Coach Eliot has 20+ years of coaching experience in the collegiate rankings. Coach Eliot's pedigree includes coaching stops at Kansas, Florida State, Miami, Colorado and Kentucky, as well as time with proven winners and program builders Jimbo Fisher and Mark Stoops. Additionally, Coach Eliot is among a select group of defensive thought-leaders that regularly clinic around the principles of the 3-4 defense. Oklahoma State Defense: -Clouding to the RB -Adjustment with fly or orbit motion -With motion it becomes 3 cloud on the run -Red zone Free Player -Disguise and responsibility -Red Zone Adjustments to Unbalanced -Brackets concept -Adjustments for X Over vs Tackle Over -“NOC” call -“Play it” vs Unbalanced -Adjustments or checks vs shifts into X-Over -Rules for unbalanced adjustments -Recognizing eligibles -The key to being multiple -Flex Backer Defense -Getting a double on the QB -Assigning responsibility to the free underneath player -Game planning or tagging the responsibility of the free player -Oklahoma St stop on a critical down with sticks -Coaching and calling sticks coverages UCLA Defense: -Multiple line stems -Line stunts -Inverted halves -Utilizing the Safety -Taking away gift throws -Corner blitzes -Pushing the run for width with line stunts -Fall back fits for LB -Getting a double on the QB -Zero coverage complemented by showing it in Quarters -Corner blitz from boundary with man/quarters -Keys to effective corner blitz -Safety blitz keys in quarters look Clinic from Jim Knowles - DC, Oklahoma State https://bit.ly/3lZhcHi Clinic from Jerry Azzinaro - DC, UCLA https://bit.ly/3E2SsUO

Homesteading and Permaculture by Paul Wheaton
Podcast 588 – 2021 RMH Jamboree So Far – Part 2

Homesteading and Permaculture by Paul Wheaton

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021


Paul continues his talk with Eliot, one of the people at the 2021 Rocket Mass Heater Jamboree to discuss the past week of the 9-day event, Rocket Mass Heaters, Walker Stoves, Liberator cores, Gamera, and Bartell’s Bunkhouse, the not-quite-wofati that’s getting a new RMH. Support the podcast on Patreon Show notes and discussion More information […]

The Business of Politics Show
Making the NBA 2K of Politics – Eliot Nelson (Political Arena)

The Business of Politics Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 21:11


In this conversation, we speak with Eliot Nelson, a political journalist — formerly with HuffPost who has launched a new project on Kickstarter called Political Arena. It's a comprehensive video game about politics.We talk about the challenges of turning political campaigns into a video game, his decision to pursue crowdfunding, and what he hopes players take away from Political Arena. You can back the project on Kickstarter here. The Business of Politics Show, hosted by Eric Wilson, is a production of Startup Caucus, an investment fund and incubator for Republican campaign technology. Visit StartupCaucus.com to learn more. 

Now, Appalachia interview with author Jayne Waldrop

"Now, Appalachia"

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 34:34


On this episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews author Jayne Waldrop about her new novel DROWNED TOWN. Jayne Waldrop is a western Kentucky native who is the author of Retracing My Steps, a finalist in the 2018 New Women's Voices Chapbook Contest, and Pandemic Lent: A Season in Poems. Waldrop's work has appeared in the Anthology of Appalachian Writers, Still: The Journal, Appalachian Review, New Madrid Review, Deep South Magazine, New Limestone Review, Women Speak, and other literary journals. She lives in Lexington, Kentucky. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eliot-parker/support

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
Now, Appalachia Interview with author Jayne Waldrop

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 34:34


On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews author Jayne Waldrop about her latest novel DROWNED TOWN. Jayne Waldrop is a western Kentucky native and is the author of Retracing My Steps, a finalist in the 2018 New Women's Voices Chapbook Contest, and Pandemic Lent: A Season in Poems. Waldrop's work has appeared in the Anthology of Appalachian Writers, Still: The Journal, Appalachian Review, New Madrid Review, Deep South Magazine, New Limestone Review, Women Speak, and other literary journals. She lives in Lexington, Kentucky.

Casa DeConfidence Podcast
Seth Eliot teaches us to SMILE from the Inside

Casa DeConfidence Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 79:23


Seth Eliot Santoro is an Intuitive Coach and Spiritual Consultant who typically works with CEOs and Celebrities. Seth is the 3-time #1 international best-selling author of “Smile From The Inside” "From Grief to Grace" and “Finn & The Ferocious Flu!”Seth is no stranger to tragedy. Known as the Death Expert, he has not only cheated death various times (including the narrow escape from 2 kidnappings), but has come face-to-face with thousands of individuals grieving the loss of their loved ones (humans and animals). He understands death from both sides; the physical, and the spiritual.Desperate, Seth searched to find the most productive, efficient, and lasting ways to overcome trauma and find happiness once again. He couldn't find exactly what he was looking for elsewhere, so he created some methods himself.He consequently developed the S.M.I.L.E. method that he uses to help people overcome current trauma and challenges to then be happier, smile from the inside, and live a more fulfilled life. Later, Seth developed the G.R.A.C.E. method which he uses to help people conquer their past once-and-for-all.Seth is on a mission to inspire everyone on the planet to heal and smile from the inside (aka reclaim their happiness) AND to live a more enthusiastic, energetic, and purposeful lifestyle.A CEO, Intuitive Business Advisor, HR Advisor, Speaker, and Author of “How I Learned To Smile From The Inside,” Seth Eliot Santoro, CEC's vision is to inspire the world, one by one, to smile from the inside. With over 20 years of HR and Operational Management experience within Corporate America, Seth helps leaders, executives, and organizations build better legacies by reigniting cultures, empowering individuals to be better humans, and therefore developing better leaders for the 21st century multi-generational and multi-faceted workforce.https://linktr.ee/iamsetheliothttps://www.linkedin.com/in/sethesantoro/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF3Ba5TXzWs0ZrG52UVsUOQhttps://www.pinterest.com/iamsetheliot/_created/Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/CasaDConfidence)

Know Your Enemy
God, Death, and the Pandemic (w/ Sarah Jones)

Know Your Enemy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 50:37


Matt is joined by Know Your Enemy favorite Sarah Jones to discuss her recent New York Magazine essay, "An Atheist Reconsiders God in the Pandemic." They discuss their shared religious upbringing and college years among fundamentalist and evangelical Christians, why Sarah became an atheist (and Matt didn't), and the reasons she reopened the question of God's existence during the pandemic—and what she did and didn't find along the way. Other topics include: C.S. Lewis, the nature of rituals, how we hold our beliefs, and more!Sources:Sarah Jones, "An Atheist Reconsiders God in the Pandemic," New York Magazine, October 11, 2021Andre Dubus, "A Father's Story," from Selected Stories (Vintage)T.S. Eliot, "Little Gidding," from Four Quartets (1943)C.S. Lewis, The Screwtape Letters (HarperOne)...and don't forget to subscribe to Know Your Enemy on Patreon for access to all of our bonus episodes.

Day Fire Podcast
Tennessee River Gorge Trust -- On the Move

Day Fire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 57:27


This week Clint and I talked with Rick Hoffines and Eliot Berz. Rick is the Executive Director for the Tennessee River Gorge Trust. He joined the organization in 2013 after retiring from a 26-year career of public service with the US Fish and Wildlife Service where he has worked throughout the Southeast in five different states in various capacities. Most recently, Rick served as the Deputy Regional Chief of the National Wildlife Refuge System. Eliot Berz received his bachelor's degree in environmental studies from Sewanee: The University of the South. Eliot has worked on public access endeavors on various blueways and greenways, such as the Rapidan River in Virginia and Hiwassee River in Tennessee. When not working, you will likely find Eliot in the river kayaking or fishing. The Tennessee River Gorge Trust is the perfect example of what can happen when a small group of thoughtful citizens come together to change their community for the better. The Trust was founded in 1981 —later incorporated in 1986 — as the result of a dinner party at Adele Hampton's house on Elder Mountain. Chattanooga-area citizens gathered around her coffee table to discuss the worrisome development of the mountains bordering Chattanooga. With the help of cooperative landowners, TVA, the State of Tennessee and engaged citizens, our community has protected over 17,000 of the 27,000 acres of the Gorge! The Gorge consists of 27,000 acres carved through the Cumberland Mountains by 27 miles of the Tennessee River. It is the only large river canyon bordering a mid-size city (Chattanooga) and it is the fourth largest river canyon east of the Mississippi. The Gorge begins approximately 5 miles downstream from downtown Chattanooga (across from Williams Island) and continues 27 river miles to Hales Bar Dam Marina near Nickajack Lake. Through dozens of archaeological sites, evidence of human's presence in the Gorge dates back to 10,000 years ago.

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Defense With DJ - Kentucky, Texas A&M, Penn State And Iowa - DJ Eliot, FBS Defensive Coordinator

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 37:38


This week we talk with longtime FBS defensive coordinator DJ Eliot about the defenses of Kentucky, Texas A&M, and Iowa and Penn State. We share what those defenses do well and how to incorporate some of their concepts and strategies from game planning to practice to in-game adjustments. Kentucky: -Cloud to a receiver -Star vs top receiver -What are you looking for in game plan -What can hurt cloud Texas A&M: -Brackets coverage -Playing the run with a “light” box -Games for run and pass -Jab and Go and Deep and Slow -Using Line stunts to push everything to safety -Calling a run or pass stunt and training DL to redirect -Structuring the terminology for games calls for run or pass -Teaching games in practice -Using special teams time with the offensive line to work games -Every pass game has to look like a rush Penn State vs. Iowa A game of adjustments and clock management Iowa defense: -Over-quarters -The balance of enough vs too much -Getting doubles on vertical when #2 eliminates himself -OLB grab #2 to flat and safety double #1 -How to adjust when key player is out of the game -Stoppers” on the call sheet -QB change - how does their game plan and calls change -Rush mentality and games and pressures change vs running QB -Game planning - identifying and knowing how #2 QB is different -Example - facing Lamar Jackson Penn State: -3 Buzz -Under 1 -Making front looks and pressure looks look the same -Responding to sudden change -Installing sudden change in practice -Sudden change is a critical situation -Philosophy staring 11 in regardless of where a rotation is -Message of optimism -Sudden change in practice -The emotions of sudden change Related: Week 1 of Defense with DJ: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/evolution-of-bama-uga-defenses-stems-creepers-complimentary-ball-dj-eliot-defensive-coordinator Interview with DJ Eliot - Part 1: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/player-development-and-the-race-against-time-dj-eliot-defensive-coordinator-kansas Part 2: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/player-development-and-the-race-against-time-part-2-dj-eliot-defensive-coordinator-kansas

Människor och tro
Eliot ska berätta om Förintelsen när de överlevande dött

Människor och tro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 46:00


I veckan genomfördes en stor konferens i Malmö om Förintelsen.  Går minnet av Förintelsen alls att kontrollera och vem ska föra berättelserna vidare när de överlevande dött? Hör Ingrid Lomfors, historiker med inriktning på Förintelsen Katherine Hauptman, museichef på Historiska museet i Stockholm Eliot Moskowicz, Zikaron, en förening som för vidare historier från Förintelsens överlevande Konstanty Gebert, journalist i Polen Rebecka Katz Thor, forskar om hågkomstens estetik på Södertörns högskola Ophir Levy, filmvetare vid Université Paris 8 Simon Moser, journalist som gjort programserien Antisemitism idag Programledare: Åsa Furuhagen Producent: Anders Diamant Reporter: Edgar Mannheimer Journalistpraktikant: Johanna Thunstedt

Novel Pairings
82. How to read a BIG book: an introduction to Middlemarch by George Eliot

Novel Pairings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 36:25


In case you missed it, we're reading Middlemarch together! We're both excited (and, let's be honest) a little apprehensive about diving into George Eliot's Middlemarch with you this fall and winter. This is a BIG book filled with lots of historical references and Eliot's signature attention to the smallest of details. It's also a cozy and thoughtful depiction of a small town that brings us relationships to root for, villains to hate, and characters we'll remember for a long time to come. Today, we're sharing some logistics of how our big book readalong will work, basic background information on the text, and tips for making your reading experience valuable and enjoyable. We can't wait to get reading with you! For more bonus episodes, nerdy classes, and extra book talk,  join our Classics Club: patreon.com/novelpairings.com. Connect with us  on Instagram or Twitter. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get updates and behind-the-scenes info. Get two audiobooks for the price of one from Libro.fm. Use our Libro.fm affiliate code NOVELPAIRINGS and support independent bookstores. Links: Middlemarch by George Eliot (Penguin Classics Deluxe)  Middlemarch on the Serial Reader app  Middlmarch on Spotify  A brief biography of George Eliot  "Silly Novels by Lady Novelists" by George Eliot  Virginia Woolf on George Eliot  Henry James' review of Middlemarch  Changing My Mind by Zadie Smith  My Life in Middlemarch by Rebecca Mead A Secret Sisterhood by Emily Midorikawa and Emma Claire Sweeney 

ESG Decoded
Rob West of Thunder Said Energy: How to Get to Net Zero Carbon Emissions Efficiently and Effectively

ESG Decoded

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 37:19


In this episode, Kaitlyn Allen talks with Rob West, Founder of Thunder Said Energy, a research consultancy for energy technologies and energy transition. Prior to Thunder Said, Rob built up the energy practice at Redburn, among the world's leading, independent equity-research firms. He was responsible for the team's energy strategy and commodity market research, while covering Super-Majors. Rob is also a Research Associate at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies. Kaitlyn follows Rob's research, and believes he is one of the best energy transition analysts in the field. Listen as they discuss the biggest opportunities for meeting the world's energy needs while achieving net zero carbon emissions. This topic is more complicated than most will admit. Think about it: when have you gone one day without consuming fossil fuels, especially in light of the fact that two-thirds of CO2 emissions are embedded in “stuff”? Loyal listeners of this podcast have learned that ESG has connective tissue to so many other topics. In this case, it is so neat to learn that the name Thunder Said is derived from the T.S. Eliot poem, The Waste Land Part V – What the Thunder Said. A perfect side note for our poetry junkies. Subscribe to ESG Decoded where you consume your podcasts and connect via social media to share your perspectives. Resource Boosts Thunder Said Energy's Roadmap to complete decarbonization of the global energy system by 2050 at an average CO2 cost of $42/ton: https://thundersaidenergy.com/2020/12/10/decarbonizing-global-energy-the-route-to-net-zero/ Thunder Said Energy www.thundersaidenergy.com Thunder Said Energy on Twitter https://twitter.com/energy_said?lang=en

Now, Appalachia Interview with author Matthew Pearl

"Now, Appalachia"

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 34:51


On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot speaks with author Matthew Pearl about his latest book "The Taking of Jemima Boone." His novels have been international and New York Times bestsellers translated into more than 30 languages. His nonfiction writing has appeared in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, The Atavist Magazine, and Slate. The New York Daily News raves "if the past is indeed a foreign country, Matthew Pearl has your passport." Matthew has been chosen Best Author for Boston Magazine's Best of Boston and received the Massachusetts Book Award for Fiction. The Taking of Jemima Boone is his nonfiction debut. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eliot-parker/support

Best Neighbors Podcast
The Return of Eliot Mintz! Episode #356

Best Neighbors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 57:27


Best Neighbors Podcast Ep 356 "The Return of Eliot Mintz!" Happy Autumn, Neighbors! Hope you're ready to deep dive w/ RHOBH (the reunion trailer is EVERYTHING!); RHOSLC (so much to discuss); & RHOP's tossed salad fight. We also talk Ted Lasso & The Morning Show; Great British Bakeoff & Maid; First & Last Challenge; Patton Oswalt's live show & so much more!  Thank you for listening to the Best Neighbors Podcast Be sure to Like our Facebook Page! You can subscribe to our show on Apple Podcasts! We are on Twitter @bestneighbors On Instagram find us at  Best Neighbors Podcast Email us at bestneighborspodcast@gmail.com Send us a message if you would like stickers and/or a pin! Bye neighbors!

Man of Mastery Podcast
094 Eliot Popkin | Make Peace With Your Past ~ Man of Mastery

Man of Mastery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 52:12


Eliot Popkin is a singer-songwriter and personal development coach turned author. He's also a survivor of child abuse and had to overcome a great deal and rediscover himself in order to become the man he is today. His memoir, Circle, is a journey of self-discovery, growth, gratitude, healing, and forgiveness. SHOW HIGHLIGHTS Making peace with your past Welcoming abundance and happiness Writing letters to your younger self Saying no to mediocrity

YORDI EN EXA
Raúl Ferráez nos habla de los "Eliot Awards"

YORDI EN EXA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 10:30


Te contamos todos los detalles sobre estos premios que buscan acercarnos a los nuevos creadores de contenido, sólo aquí con Yordi en exa.

YORDI EN EXA
Raúl Ferráez nos habla de los "Eliot Awards"

YORDI EN EXA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 10:30


Te contamos todos los detalles sobre estos premios que buscan acercarnos a los nuevos creadores de contenido, sólo aquí con Yordi en exa.

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Evolution Of Bama & UGA Defenses, Stems, Creepers, Complimentary Ball - DJ Eliot, Def. Coordinator

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 35:08


Coach DJ Eliot joins us on the first episode of our Defensive Series. Coach Eliot has 20+ years of coaching experience in the collegiate rankings. Coach Eliot's pedigree includes coaching stops at Kansas, Florida State, Miami, Colorado and Kentucky, as well as time with proven winners and program builders Jimbo Fisher and Mark Stoops. Additionally, Coach Eliot is among a select group of defensive thought-leaders that regularly clinic around the principles of the 3-4 defense. Today we talk about: -The Evolution of Georgia and Alabama Defenses -The Dave Aranda/Vic Fangio tree -Stems, how to do them , calling them, practicing them -Creepers and common offensive answers -Suggestions for offenses on how to best handle creepers -RPO and how a defensive coordinator looks at them -Complimentary football between offense and defense

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
QB Career Over/Unders, Jonathan Vilma, Plus WeWork With Authors Eliot Brown and Maureen Farrell

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 106:06


Russillo and Ceruti predict the trajectories of a few young quarterbacks by comparing them to veteran QBs (i.e., Baker Mayfield and Alex Smith) (1:08). Then Ryen talks with Super Bowl champion and Fox NFL analyst Jonathan Vilma about the Giants' overtime win over the Saints, expectations for the Chargers after beating the Raiders on Monday night, Myles Garrett's dominance on the defensive side of the ball, Vilma's Urban Meyer conspiracy theory, and more (15:40). Next, Ryen talks with journalists Maureen Farrell and Eliot Brown about their book, 'The Cult of We: WeWork, Adam Neumann, and the Great Startup Delusion' (48:20), before Ryen answers some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (1:23:10). Host: Ryen Russillo Guests: Jonathan Vilma, Eliot Brown, and Maureen Farrell Producers: Kyle Crichton and Steve Ceruti Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

London Review Podcasts
On Christopher Ricks

London Review Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 38:01


Tom talks to Colin Burrow about a new book by Christopher Ricks, regarded by some as the greatest living literary critic. They also look back at his previous studies of, among others, Milton, T.S. Eliot and Bob Dylan, and consider the rewards and limitations of the Ricks critical method, characterised by close verbal analysis.Find related articles on episode page: https://lrb.me/rickspodSubscribe to the LRB from just £1 per issue: https://mylrb.co.uk/podcast20bMusic by Kieran Brunt / Episode produced by Eliane Glaser / Series Producer: Anthony Wilks See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Gospel of Fire
Monday Motivational #31: How Do We Do This?

The Gospel of Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 3:44


So you've listen the last couple weeks and are thinking, "A worthy cause, and the cage and the walk.... All of that is great and I hear you saying that Eliot, but how?  What are some action steps that I can take to make this happen in my life?  How do I get on this path?"

Downtime - The Mountain Bike Podcast
Snowshoe 2021 Final Post-Race Show

Downtime - The Mountain Bike Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 63:10


What is it about Snowshoe? This place delivered a crazy finale to the 2021 downhill season and I'm joined by Eliot Jackson and Neko Mulally to talk all about it. What were the track changes like, what was it like racing six days in a row and who cracked under the pressure. Sit back, hit play and listen to this Snowshoe post-race show with Eliot and Neko. To support Neko's fundraising, get a poster and be in with a chance of winning his bike, kit and shoes, head to his website and make a donation - nekomulally.com. Supporting Partners Muc Off Muc-Off have just launched Punk Powder, their first plastic free bike cleaner. Punk Powder has enabled Muc-Off to cut down on packaging for their cleaner by 92%. It comes in small sachets that you add to lukewarm water to make 1L of cleaner, and the cleaner itself is readily bio-degradable and made from plant-based ingredients. It also means that we aren't shipping water around the planet unnecessarily. So you can hop onto muc-off.com and grab yourself a lovely aluminium bottle for life which is perfect to mix and store the cleaner in, along with some compostable Punk Powder sachets, which come in a handy recycled cardboard sleeve that folds into a funnel to help you pour the powder into the bottle. The packaging is also printed with vegetable-based inks! If you want to try Punk Powder, or get your hands on any of the rest of the Muc-Off product range, then as a Downtime listener, you can get 20% off during the month of September using the code DOWNTIME20 at the checkout over on muc-off.com. Podcast Stuff My 2021 Spring/Summer merch is here, including our first ever recycled t-shirts. If you want to support the podcast, and represent, then my webstore is the place to head. All products are 100% organic, shipped without plastics, and made with a supply chain that's using renewable energy. So check it out now over at downtimepodcast.com/shop. Give us a follow on Instagram @downtimepodcast or Facebook @downtimepodcast to keep up to date and chat in the comments. For everything video, including riding videos, bike checks and more, subscribe over at youtube.com/downtimemountainbikepodcast. Are you enjoying the podcast? If so, then don't forget to subscribe. It's free and means you'll get every episode delivered to your device as soon as it's available. You'll find all the links you need at downtimepodcast.com/subscribe. You can find us on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google and most of the podcast apps out there. While you're there, why not join our newsletter, to get our Weekend Warm-Up email every Friday, full of interesting bike-related stuff, competitions, product recommendations and more. Our back catalogue of amazing episodes is available at downtimepodcast.com/episodes Photo - Bartek Wolinski - Red Bull Content Pool