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Once again we welcome back trendsetter and Buzzer record smasher Mark Monstroski for a follow up to the episode that originally set the Buzzer record (and we liked that one). All the boys put on their thermal undies and braved the bitter cold of John having to watch Frozen II instead of whatever 3 hour epic Scorsese or Ridley released this week. Will the record of 55 buzzers in one show hold or does Mark do it a third time. Find all of our Socials at: https://linktr.ee/theloveofcinema. Our phone number is 646-484-9298, it accepts texts or voice messages. Find The Matt and Mark Movie Show here: https://linktr.ee/mattandmarkmovieshow Additional Cast/Crew: Idina Menzel, Adele Dazeem, Josh Gad, Kristin Bell, Jonathan Groff, Evan Rachael Wood, Alan Tudyck. Dasein on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/77H3GPgYigeKNlZKGx11KZ Dasein on Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/dasein/1637517407 Additional Tags: Australia, Queensland, Melbourne,Disney, Walt Disney Studios, The British, England, The SEC, Space, Gravity, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Captain Phillips, Charlie Kaufman, Ronald Reagan, Stock Buybacks, Marvel, MCU, DCEU, Film, Movies, America, The US, Academy Awards, WGA Strike, SAG-AFTRA, SAG Strike.
John Murray is joined by Chief Football Writer at the Daily Mirror John Cross, to discuss the outcome of the Euro 2024 draw.Hear from England manager Gareth Southgate after England drew Denmark, Serbia and Slovenia. John also chats to Denmark manager Kasper Hjulmand who talks about his preparations to face England.Scotland manager Steve Clarke speaks to Jane Lewis after his side face a group containing the host nation Germany. Wales manager Rob Page discusses the prospects of facing a tough group if his side make it through the next stage of qualifying.TOPICS 01.59 - Scotland manager Steve Clarke 07.11 - England manager Gareth Southgate 10.01 - Denmark manager Kasper Hjulmand 13.53 - Wales manager Rob Page
Kelly Cates is joined by Jamie Redknapp and Izzy Christiansen as they analyse and reflect on Everton's 1-0 victory over Nottingham Forest. The win for the Toffees lifts them to 18th in the table following their 10-point deduction in the Premier League. The panel also discuss England's chances at Euro 2024 after Gareth Southgate's men found out their group stage opponents.
On this Joanne Shaw Taylor Interview: How she started gigging at 14, learning to write songs on her own, how music helped heal emotional wounds, losing her mum to breast cancer, dealing with financial low points in her career, her worst gig ever, the naivete of her youth… her main guitars and how she got them… why she doesn't listen to new blues OR guitar music, cooking, reading & the outdoors, why your gigs are never as good or as bad as you think, how she stopped giving a f-ck, Hank, and why it's best if “You do you.” LOVELY conversation with a first-class professional who's also a lot of fun Discover How to Get Your Music Licensed & Placed in TV, Movies, Video Games & Streaming Services: https://MusicReboot.com Support this show: https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support Originally from England, Joanne Shaw Taylor's a blues guitarist. Joanne's been playing live since she was a teenager and currently lives in Nashville. She won Best Female Vocalist at the British Blues Awards, twice, as well as Songwriter of the Year. Joanne released 11 albums including her latest, Nobody's Fool which features Dave Stewart, Joe Bonamassa & Carmen Vandenberg who we had on here on the show a while ago. Joanne's currently touring the states, so check her out when she's nearby. Subscribe & Website: https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe Cool Guitar, Music & ELG T-Shirts!: https://www.GuitarMerch.com
In this episode Sean and James introduce the award-winning Band of Brothers series and discuss Episode 1: Currahee. In 1942, Easy Company trains at Camp Toccoa, Georgia, under First Lieutenant Herbert Sobel, a strict disciplinarian who goes out of his way to find fault with his men. The company is shipped to England in September 1943, and as training progresses, Sobel's inadequacy as a leader in the field becomes evident. Now a captain, Sobel initiates a dispute with Lieutenant Richard "Dick" Winters, leading to Winters requesting a trial by court martial. These factors lead all of Easy's non-commissioned officers to resign en masse. Colonel Robert Sink, the regiment's commander, reassigns Sobel to command of a parachuting school for essential non-infantry personnel. With new leadership, Easy Company prepares for Operation Overlord. William Guarnere learns that his older brother Henry, a medic in the 1st Armored Division fighting in Italy, has been killed at Monte Cassino.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4747725/advertisement
Captain William Bligh, born on September 9, 1754, in Plymouth, England, was a British naval officer and explorer known for his remarkable survival story after the mutiny on the HMS Bounty in 1789. Bligh's early life involved exposure to maritime traditions, and he quickly rose through the ranks of the Royal Navy. He gained significant experience as a master's mate on James Cook's third voyage to the South Pacific.In 1787, Bligh was appointed as the commanding officer of the HMS Bounty, tasked with transporting breadfruit plants from Tahiti to the West Indies. The prolonged stay in Tahiti led to a mutiny on April 28, 1789, with Fletcher Christian leading the rebellion. Bligh and 18 loyal crew members were cast adrift in an open boat.The subsequent open boat journey, lasting 47 days, showcased Bligh's exceptional navigational skills and leadership. Despite the harrowing conditions, Bligh successfully guided his crew to safety in Timor, a Dutch-controlled island. His survival story became legendary, and he was exonerated of any wrongdoing in subsequent inquiries.Bligh continued his naval career, facing controversies such as the Rum Rebellion during his tenure as Governor of New South Wales in 1808. Despite challenges, he left an enduring legacy as a skilled navigator, resilient leader, and a symbol of courage in the face of adversity. Captain William Bligh's name remains synonymous with the extraordinary open boat journey and his indomitable spirit at sea.(commercial at 5:59)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.orgThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
Stadium update George Brett Documentary hype Pooped Pringles Roundtable with the Old No5s Playing their jingles they've made for the station Watson hate is real Chiefs don't always have to win pretty Taylor was in England without Travis
If it seemed like England's The Sundays came out of nowhere in the early 1990s it's because, well, they sorta did. The dreampop quartet didn't start out with the idea of being major music stars -- they just wanted to have a little fun and make some music. But there were a couple problems with this: Harriet Wheeler and David Gavurin. Harriet's lilting, songbird voice made her one of the most distinctive female voices in pop music; and the gorgeous guitar work by David made The Sundays alternative rock gold. Their 1990 debut, "Reading, Writing and Arithmetic," was released in 1990 -- less than two years after they formed. "Here's Where the Story Ends" made them massive indie stars in the United States, while "Can't Be Sure" (their first single) was lauded in the UK. The Sundays would go on to create two more beautiful albums before settling into a more normal life. They are still missed.
We speak to Dr Ellie Woodacre again, this time about male consorts. Our last mini series had two male consorts (Philip II and Prince George of Denmark) as well as covering the time period of Elizabeth I (with no consort) and William and Mary. We speak to Ellie about where England's experience fits in with other European countries - did England come to queens regnant late? What kind of roles, powers and titles did male consorts have in other countries? You can follow Ellie on X/Twitter (@monarchyconf) or check out her podcast Royal Studies Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, we would like to introduce you to Undertow: The Sisters, a new show from Realm starring Mae Whitman. The Sisters, inspired by true events, a story of family, the occult, and satanic possession. “How could a mother come to believe the world would be better off…if her children were dead?” Frankie Bradshaw, the curator of a collection of medical oddities in Philadelphia, has her world turned upside down when a mysterious skeleton is delivered without explanation. Eager to discover its origins, she is sucked into a world of occultists, as her own demons come back to haunt her. When Frankie is sent a box of reel-to-reel tapes from the 1960s, she learns the story of Frances Pollard, a woman incarcerated in a British hospital for the criminally insane. In a series of interviews, Frances recounts a happy family life in England, until the arrival of a stranger led to family tragedy and a descent into madness. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Katie Smith is joined by former England Goalkeeper Karen Bardsley and Arsenal and former Scotland defender Jen Beattie at Wembley as England come from 2 goals down against the Netherlands to win 3-2 in the Women's nations league to keep Team GB's hopes of qualifying for the Olympics alive. Georgia Stanway and Sarina Wiegman give their thoughts on England's win and we hear from Beth Mead after she made an impact on her international return. TOPICS: 00:45 – Analysis of England 3-2 Netherlands 04:15 – Georgia Stanway interview 06:50 – Beth Mead Interview 11:05 – Sarina Wiegman interview 15:00 – Scotland v England preview 17:30 – Women's football calendar discussion
The Revd Catherine Williams leads a short service of Prayer During the Day for Thursday during All Saints' to Advent. With music from St Martin's Voices. Find the service and join in via the free Time to Pray app or online via the Church of England website: www.churchofengland.org/prayer-and-worship/join-us-in-daily-prayer/prayer-during-day-contemporary-thursday-30-november-2023
What's Your Epitaph, People Are People, The Prime Cannon, Prayer, Holiday Eating, God's Introduction, John Won the Race, Fruitfulness, Christians vs. Jesus, Bring People Stuff, Depths Of The Sea, Christmas After New year, God's Great Art Gallery; Quotes: “We DO need a Savior.” “Your faithfulness is not wasted.” “You should worry when I start to make sense.” “God creates art that creates art.”
This week, the RRS Sir David Attenborough arrived in Antarctica to start its first full season of science in the polar region. Dr Nadine Johnston reveals more about the mission and the research they'll be carrying out. Next up, medical geneticist Professor Shahida Moosa and her student Jessica Jane Cormick are working to help diagnose and treat rare diseases. They explain why better genetic databases for Africans are urgently needed. We also hear from Simon Evans of the Carbon Brief, who has just completed an analysis that found the responsibility for climate change dramatically shifts once historical rule and colonialism are taken into account. Finally, a new study has revealed that emissions from coal-fired power plants have led to the deaths of nearly half a million Americans in the last 20 years. Professor Cory Zigler, from the University of Texas at Austin, tells us more. Presenter: Roland Pease Producer: Alice Lipscombe-Southwell Editor: Martin Smith Production Co-ordinator: Jana Bennett-Holesworth Sounds provided by: Nadine Johnston and Katherine Turner from BAS and the University of Southampton(Image: A general view of the RRS David Attenborough vessel on October 28, 2021 in Greenwich, England. Credit: Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images)
Discover the transformative power of meditation in the season three debut of Soulful Streaming with Davidji, a globally recognized meditation teacher, author, and mind-body wellness expert. Join us as he explores how meditation can help you get closer to your life's purpose, creativity, deep healing, and sustained joy. As we approach the winter season and the conclusion of 2023, this episode provides insights to uncover your inner stillness and prepare for a fulfilling 2024, making it your best year yet.In this episode we'll talk about: Davidji's journey from working in mergers and acquisitions to the 'aha' moment that changed his life and led him to meditationHis trip to England for a healing meditation retreat led by Deepak Chopra and how that create the pathway for his work and leadership roles at the Chopra Center. The power of presence and how meditation helps us overcome trauma, manage PTSD and live a more present and joyful life. The books - including the Bhagavad Gita - that changed his life.The power of the space between when it comes to creativity David also takes us through a special mediation - 16 seconds to clarity - which creates an interruption in your mind + brings you closer to presence. About DavidjiDavidji, a globally recognized mind-body health expert and author, has empowered millions worldwide through his teachings on healing, intention-setting, and manifestation. Known as the Velvet Voice of Stillness, he has created over 1,000 guided meditations available on various platform. After a successful career in business, he transitioned to a path of wholeness, apprenticing under Deepak Chopra and David Simon. Formerly the COO and lead educator at the Deepak Chopra Center, he now focuses on integrating stress management, mindfulness, and meditation into modern lives, helping people perform at higher levels and lead purpose-driven lives for over 15 years.Connect with Davidji* Instagram: @davidjiMeditation * Facebook: David Ji (Flow of Love)* Website: www.davidji.comConnect with Ali + Tina* Instagram: @soulfulstreaming* Website: www.soulfulstreaming.com Be Our Guest! Have a topic you want us to dive into or want to be a guest, email us at, Ali@soulfulstreaming.com and Tina@soulfulstreaming.com.
I greet you in Jesus' precious name! It is Thursday morning, the 30th of November, 2023, and this is your friend, Angus Buchan, with a thought for today. We start in the Book of James 2:23, in the New Testament:“Abraham believed God, and it was accounted to him for righteousness.” And he was called the friend of God.” You want to be called a friend of God; I am sure you do; everybody does. No one wants to be an enemy of God. God has never lost a fight in His life.“But without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him.” Hebrews 11:6We cannot please God by good works. He is not interested in our good works. He says they are like filthy rags. He wants us to trust Him. He wants us to walk by faith and not by sight (2 Corinthians 5:7). You see, the reason God loved Abraham so much is because Abraham obeyed whatever God told him to do. Abraham waited for his promise, a son. God gave him a son, a beautiful son, named Isaac. At the age of about 13 years old, God tested Abraham and said, “I want him back now.” Abraham never hesitated. He took his son up to the top of Mount Moriah and was prepared to offer him up as a living sacrifice. God was so moved by that act of faith that he said, “Stop, stop, stop Abraham. There is a little ram caught in the thicket. Use that for a sacrifice.” That is why He loved Abraham. Abraham is known as the father of faith.George Müller is one of my heroes. George Müller started a children's home in Bristol in England. Something like 10,000 children went through that home, something like 60 million rand by today's reckoning, went through his hands. He never asked for one cent; he prayed for everything and trusted God. At the end of his life, people said, “You must have had such a love for children.” He said, “Yes indeed, a great love for children, but the reason why I did it wasn't even for the children. I wanted to show the world what God will do if we put our trust in Him.” Today, I want to encourage you. Put your faith in Jesus Christ. Don't tempt Him, but you can test Him, and I want to tell you, He will never, ever let you down. He is a good God, He is for you and He is for me and He is not against us, so He wants us to attempt great things for Him and expect great things from Him.Have a wonderful day,Jesus bless you,Goodbye.
Welcome to this week's episode of “Friday Night Noir” on Vintage Classic Radio, where we dive into the thrilling world of Patrick Hamilton's gripping play, "Rope." Originally written in 1929, Hamilton's play is a masterpiece of suspense and psychological drama, capturing the essence of the noir genre with its dark themes and intricate characters. Patrick Hamilton, born in 1904 in England, was a renowned playwright and novelist, widely celebrated for his ability to portray the stark realities of urban life and the complexities of the human psyche. His works often delved into the grim aspects of existence, making him a prominent figure in the literary world of the early 20th century. Hamilton's life, marred by personal tragedies and struggles with alcoholism, significantly influenced his writing style, imbuing it with a sense of realism and depth that resonated with his audience. "Rope," one of Hamilton's most famous plays, is set in a single room and unfolds in real-time, a testament to his innovative narrative techniques. The story revolves around two young men, Brandon and Granillo, who, in a macabre quest for thrill and a demonstration of their perceived intellectual superiority, commit a heinous crime. They strangle a fellow student, hide his body in a chest, and then host a dinner party with the chest as the centerpiece, inviting the victim's friends and family. This act sets off a tense and gripping narrative, exploring themes of morality, guilt, and the psychology of crime. The play is a chilling exploration of the consequences of unchecked arrogance and the dangerous allure of intellectual vanity. It questions the boundaries of morality and the ease with which one can be swayed by charismatic but flawed logic. Hamilton's writing is sharp, with dialogues that cut to the core of the human condition, making "Rope" a compelling and thought-provoking piece. While the play was later adapted into a film by the legendary director Alfred Hitchcock, starring Jimmy Stewart and Farley Granger, the essence and impact of Hamilton's original play remain undiluted. Hitchcock's adaptation brought its own flavor to the story, but it's Hamilton's original play that we celebrate today, appreciating its contribution to the noir genre and acknowledging its lasting impact on both theater and film. Join us as we delve into the dark, enthralling world of "Rope," uncovering the layers of this classic noir masterpiece and paying homage to the brilliant mind of Patrick Hamilton. Stay tuned for an episode filled with suspense, psychological intrigue, and a deep dive into one of the most captivating plays of the 20th century.
The Revd Catherine Williams leads a service of Morning Prayer for Thursday during All Saints' to Advent. With music from St Martin's Voices. Find the service and join in via the free Daily Prayer app or online via the Church of England website: www.churchofengland.org/prayer-and-worship/join-us-in-daily-prayer/morning-prayer-contemporary-thursday-30-november-2023
The Revd Catherine Williams leads a service of Evening Prayer for Thursday during All Saints' to Advent. With music from St Martin's Voices. Find the service and join in via the free Daily Prayer app or online via the Church of England website: www.churchofengland.org/prayer-and-worship/join-us-in-daily-prayer/evening-prayer-contemporary-thursday-30-november-2023
By Davy Crockett Trail 100-milers started to be held in Great Britain in 1973, four years before the Western States 100 was established in America. This piece of ultrarunning history is largely unknown to Americans who have been told for decades that trail 100-milers began first in the U.S. In reality, trail 100s were also known to be held in Mexico among the Tarahumara as early as 1867. Thus, recognition is deserved among several cultures and countries to those who dared to head out into the rural wilderness to achieve the distance of 100 miles on foot. See the new book: Running 100 Miles Part One: A History (1729-1960). The Long Distance Walkers Association (LDWA) In 1972, a British association was founded named The Long Distance Walkers Association (LDWA). The LDWA started with 355 members. Eventually, the organization grew to more than 9,000 members. The LDWA defined a “long distance walk” as any walk of 20 miles or more. They wanted to concentrate on rural walks. Local groups were created, a journal eventually called Strider was published, and group walking events were established, referred to as “social events.” In the very first issue in 1972, it was written, “Although our title includes the word ‘walkers,' this is not intended to preclude those who trot around the course of an organized walk. Some organizers specifically say that competitors must not run, but there can be no real check when most walks go over remote areas and of course when going down a 30% gradient, it is often impossible not to run.” The LDWA 100-Milers Formal “challenge events” were established that were up to 100 miles. These trail and cross-country events were marshaled with checkpoints to ensure walkers followed the route. Finish times were published and ordered by finish time. Finishes under a "first-class time" were recognized, but “winners” were not emphasized or awarded. They were not called “races,” but had nearly every attribute of a race. Competitive athletes quickly treated them like races. During 1973, at least 20 ultra-distance trail events were held, supported or publicized by the LDWA. Sandra Brown (1949-) from England, who by 2020 had finished more than 200 100-milers and dozens of LDWA walks commented, “Some of these LDWA runners and walkers are, year after year, completing 100 miles or more, largely off-road, usually with thousands of feet of climbing over quite remote hills and mountains, and with route-finding on the UK's quite complex historic footpaths network, in around 24 hours. Events like the LDWA's annual 100 and other distances (50 miles, 100 km) have since the 1970s been the precursor of today's popular trail runs.” Starting in 1973, annual LDWA trail 100-mile events were hosted each year at different locations on the Spring Bank Holiday weekend. These trail 100s, could be classified as mountain trail 100s. They were mostly off-road hikes that did not have to walked according to racewalking rules. Running or jogging was permitted, so they were not Centurion walking events. Finish cutoff times for the 100-milers were eventually established at 48 hours. Some elite British ultrarunners would take part running, seeking to be the first to the finish line. Each walker (or runner) was required to walk with small packs containing certain items, such as the course description, maps, waterproof jacket, clothing layers, hat, gloves, compass, whistle, flashlight, bivi bag, and a first aid kit. Many checkpoints (aid stations) were set up with food and drink between about 5-10 miles apart. At the checkpoints along the course, marshals checked the walkers and could pull out anyone over-fatigued or behind schedule. Medical staff were at checkpoints to evaluate runners and help them fix their feet. All such conventions were devised years before the Americans established their trail 100-milers and aid stations. The founders of the LDWA were Alan Blatchford (1936-1980),
A reissue pod from June 2016 with Matt on the occasion of his opening tonight at Anna Zorina. MATT PHILLIPS Hold Tight Horizon Eyes Anna Zorina Gallery | New York November 30, 2023 - January 13, 2024 MATT PHILLIPS received his BA in Art History from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA and his MFA in Painting from Boston University. His work has featured in solo exhibitions at The Landing Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; NBB Gallery, Berlin, Germany; Mindy Solomon Gallery, Miami, FL; The Fores Project, London, England; Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, VA; Direktorenhaus Museum, Berlin, Germany; One River Gallery, Englewood, NJ; Devening Projects, Chicago, Illinois. Group exhibitions include Orlando Museum of Art, Next Asia in Taiwan, The Pit in Los Angeles, CA; as well as two person show with Corydon Cowansage at Andrea Fiesta Fine Art in Rome, Italy. He has been an artist-in-residence at Yaddo and the MacDowell Colony. Phillips is also a curator, critic, and has been a professor of art at FIT, Mt. Holyoke College, and Hampshire College.
Our conversation delves into the remarkable life of Vivian Sieber's Czech-born grandmother, who faced adversity and triumphs during World War II. From owning a cinema in Vienna to finding refuge in England and caring for girls who fled their families as part of the Kinder Transport, Vivian uncovers the intricacies of her family's history and shares the lessons she learned along the way.About Vivian:Dr. Vivien Sieber worked in biosciences research, education development, learning technology and information literacy at a range of UK universities. She lives in Oxford with her husband and dogs. Since retiring she is learning to make pots and has written Kino and Kinder.Connect with Vivian:Facebook: Kino and KinderInstagram: siebervivianLinkedIn: Vivian SieberNew December 2023! Join the Stories in Our Roots Community and use your family history for self-discovery, joy, and connection.Are we connected on Instagram or Facebook yet? Find me @msheathermurphyReady to share your experience of uncovering your family's past as a guest on Stories in Our Roots? Take the first step and fill out this short application.
Lee Miller may have been best known in life as a beautiful muse of the legendary Surrealist Man Ray yet, shortly after her passing, a lucky accident led her family to an attic treasure trove, which made her a photography legend in her own right. During this week's podcast, we unpack the details of this extraordinary tale, and hear many other anecdotes from Miller's adventurous life, in a chat with her son and biographer, Antony Penrose. From her swift ascent as a '20s-era Vogue fashion model—and the ad campaign that sidelined her appeal—to her audacious exploits as an accredited war correspondent for the very same magazine, Penrose sheds light on a woman who lived many lives, as exemplified in the title of his first book. Miller's remarkable bravery as a World War II combat photographer was recently immortalized in the feature film “Lee,” starring Kate Winslet, which is another facet of our chat. Penrose describes what it was like to work with the actress as she plumbed Miller's archive for her character development, how she mastered the operation of a custom-made Rolleiflex, and how the camera became a personality in itself as part of the film. Penrose had a troubled relationship with his mother during much of her life, as she struggled with PTSD and the enduring effects wartime atrocities had on her psyche. His reflections on her struggles and her accomplishments reveal the very human core of a creative powerhouse who lived in the moment, in true Surrealist fashion. “This person who I had dismissed as being a useless drunk, now had other dimensions to her, which I was totally astonished by,” recounts Penrose about the treasures she left behind in the attic. “… it had never occurred to me that her career was so distinguished, and so varied, and so absolutely groundbreaking in terms of being a woman war correspondent. And so, that's how it began.” So, pop in your earbuds and listen in… this is an episode you won't want to miss! Above photograph © 2023 Lee Miller Archives, England. All rights reserved. www.leemiller.co.uk Guests: Antony Penrose For more information on our guest and the gear he uses, see: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/podcasts/photography/lee-miller-combat-photographer-fashion-model-muse-with-antony-penrose Stay Connected: Lee Miller Archives at Farleys House: https://www.leemiller.co.uk/ Lee Miller: Photographs book: https://www.thamesandhudsonusa.com/books/lee-miller-photographs-hardcover The Lives of Lee Miller biography: https://www.thamesandhudsonusa.com/books/the-lives-of-lee-miller-softcover The film “Lee” on IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5112584/ “Surrealist Lee Miller”” exhibit in Melbourne, Australia: https://www.heide.com.au/exhibitions/surrealist-lee-miller/ “Lee Miller in Print” exhibit in Rotterdam: https://www.boijmans.nl/en/exhibitions/lee-miller-in-print “Seeing is Believing: Lee Miller & Friends” exhibit at Gagosian Gallery: https://gagosian.com/exhibitions/2023/seeing-is-believing-lee-miller-and-friends/
Climate Scientists, politicians, big business, food companies and agriculture leaders have all gathered for the COP28 climate summit in Dubai. Discussions will be deep and meaningful, so we were rather surprised to be sent a colourful poster, published by an online casino site. It has a timeline showing what the effects would be if everyone in the UK cut out meat, for just one day a week. The poster shows the progression through the decades, from an increase in eating plant based foods, to fewer emissions from less livestock. How was this work done? The whole thing was generated by the AI tool, ChatGPT. We ask emeritus professor of food policy at City University in London, Tim Lang, what he thought of it.All week we're travelling around England to see some of the 22 pilot schemes for landscape recovery. They're part of the Government's post-Brexit farm policy; different schemes are being designed in the other home nations. Today, we're in Dorset in Poole Harbour which focuses on improving water quality to benefit birds, wildlife, farmland and people.Farmers are facing very different ways to fund what they do, especially when providing environmental goods, whether that be under government schemes or providing carbon offsetting for private companies. To achieve that backing, farmers have to prove they are making a difference and that means they must measure what they are doing. Anna Hill went to a Agri-TechE gathering, an organisation that connects farmers, growers, technologists and entrepreneurs. Presented by Anna Hill and produced by Beatrice Fenton.
Ellen is a 27-year-old pilot, flight instructor, and adventure traveler, with a background in writing, acting, and modeling. She grew up on a farm in rural Texas. In her short adult life, she's been on five expeditions by bicycle, paddle, and oars, both domestic and international. Those journeys add up to a total of 18 months and roughly 10,000 miles - nearly all of which were human-powered and half of which were solo. In 2017, Ellen, then 22, completed a solo descent of the Missouri from Three Forks to St. Louis. Ellen had previously paddled a tributary of the Amazon and cycled from England to Greece. Ellen is the youngest person to solo paddle the Missouri River from Three Forks, Montana to St. Louis. In September 2022, Ellen Falterman paddled her 18-foot Grumman canoe to her family's Trinity River home in East Texas, completing a full descent of the Mississippi River and then some. Her motivation and mentor for these trips have always been her brother Patrick, who died suddenly in 2016. She dedicates all of her expeditions to him, and even when she's traveling by herself, she never feels as if she's traveling alone. ***This episode was recorded at the end of 2021 to be released in early 2022. Ellen lost her fiancé in 2022 so we decided to delay the release of the episode until now. Our hearts and hugs go out to Ellen.*** New episodes go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media especially in relation to adventure and physical challenges. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. Show notes Who is Ellen Her trail name Being based out of East Texas The big challenge - gong around the world by rowboat Being inspired by her brother Her family Wanting to make her own way in life Thinking of becoming an actor Losing her brother suddenly in September 2016 Starting to live life like there is no tomorrow Dealing with the dark and tragic situations that happens in life Going to Brazil with her brother in 2014 Talking about her grief Hitching around Brazil and making money while on the road Learning from her brother while travelling together Doing a river trip after he died Her first solo expedition on the Missouri River, the longest river in North America Planning verses going with the flow Daily life while on travelling on rivers River time and working with tides and rowing in open water Figuring out resupply and knowing what rations you have The lessons from her first solo expedition Why everyone should do a solo challenge at some point Dealing with loneliness Funding and paying for challenges Working as a flight instructor to self fund challenges Learning to fly and getting her pilot license at 17 Deciding to row the length of The Mississippi River How her expeditions have tied together Naming her boat after her grandma Gaining ocean rowing experience Doing a sea school course in the UK and gaining qualifications Handling concerns before the journey Creating a non-profit and how it works Documenting and sharing the challenge Working with UK non-profit IMMAs Keeping stuff in storage Creating a cozy cabin Wanting to be in Panama in 12 months Launching on September 4th 2022 Falling in love and the challenge of leaving Wanting to be the captain of her ship and being alone for the first year How you can support Ellen How to connect with Ellen on the socials Final words advice - The 3Ds - Desire, Decision, Details Social Media Website ellenmagellanexpeditions.com Instagram @ellenmagellanexpeditions Facebook Ellen Magellan Expeditions
Around 1 billion people around the world suffer from a mysterious neurological condition called migraine. Far more than just a headache, migraine is abnormal processing of the world around us that can have symptoms like loss of sight and speech, dizziness, nausea and extreme fatigue.There are drugs which can help those struggling with the condition like anti-depressants and anti-convulsants. However, they weren't developed specifically for migraine and can come with quite a lot of side effects or simply not work.For a long time migraine medication has been a process of trial and error. But a new class of drugs called anti-CGRPs are being hailed as a breakthrough migraine medication. Anti-CGRPs have a small side effect profile and were designed specifically to target migraine. They work by blocking CGRP (Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide) from building up in the body and triggering a receptor in the brain which turns on a head pain pathway causing the migraine attack.Earlier this year the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence - or NICE – in England cleared the use of an anti-CGRP called Rimegepant to use as both a preventive and acute treatment. Clinicians are hoping this will massively improve the lives of those living with the condition.So this week on The Inquiry were asking ‘Have we reached a turning point with migraine medication?'Contributors: Dr. Amaal Starling, neurologist and headache specialist at Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, in the US state of Arizona. Dr Faraidoon, researcher at the Georgian Institute for Global Health at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Peter Goadsby , Director of the NIHR King's Clinical Research Facility and a professor of neurology at King's College London, England. Dr Lise Rystad Oie, researcher at the government funded Norwegian Centre for Headache Research - also known as NorHead.Presenter: Charmaine Cozier Producer: Anoushka Mutanda-Dougherty Editor: Tara McDermott Researcher: Matt Toulson Technical Producer: Craig Boardman Broadcast Co-ordinator: Jordan KingImage: eternalcreative - Getty Images: 1372323487
PLEASE SHARE THIS LINK in your social media so others who loves strange and macabre stories can listen too:https://weirddarkness.com/le-loyon-ghost-of-maules/IN THIS EPISODE: Nellie Meunch was accused of kidnapping. Her ingenious scheme to beat the charges? To kidnap again. (Kidnapping, Babies, and Blackmail) *** Before we knew it as tuberculosis, most knew it as consumption – and it was almost always fatal, with those who had it seemingly being consumed by the disease, which is probably how it got its name. So it should be no surprise that homes where the disease took up residence were devastated, and whether or not they are haunted by the paranormal, they are certainly haunted by the dark memories and energies of those who were consumed there. Including one particular home a doctor in 1915 will describe for us. (Consumption Cottage) *** Norfolk's Horning Village is not your typical residential area of living – the village slips back and forth in time every five years. And one family knows that's true, because they were stuck in one of the time slips. (Timeslip Village) *** When fans of the paranormal hear the name ‘Rendlesham', the first thing that springs to mind is an incident that happened over three nights around Christmas 1980, when it was said that several spaceships visited the nearby airbase. What they don't think of is Ariel the mermaid, or Daryl Hannah from the movie “Splash”. But maybe they should. (The Mermaid of Rendlesham) *** Isabella of France is a fantastically interesting historic figure, even more so because of how little-known she is. You'd think a queen who was known as a she-wolf would be something you might have read about in history class. (Isabella: She-Wolf of England) *** But first, the figure, who is known as 'Le Loyon' has been called Switzerland's answer to the Loch Ness Monster, wears a military uniform and a thick cloak, with a gas mask covering his or her face. Who or what is he? We begin with that story. (The Masked Man Le Loyon) *** (Originally aired September 25, 2020)SOURCES AND REFERENCES FROM THE EPISODE…Book: “Cover-Ups and Secrets: The Complete Guide to Government Conspiracies, Manipulations and Deceptions” by Nick Redfern: https://amzn.to/2S20NC5Book: “Haunted East Anglia” by Joan Forman: https://amzn.to/3i88eCeBook: “Masks of Time” by Joan Forman: https://amzn.to/2Ez9bWtBook: Two Suffolk Friends” by William Blackwood and Sons: https://amzn.to/2RYWbMTHidden East Anglia website: http://www.hiddenea.comGriffmonster Walks website: https://griffmonster-walks.blogspot.com/p/home-page.html“The Twelve Rules” episode: https://weirddarkness.com/archives/7101“Ghosts on Death Row” episode: https://weirddarkness.com/archives/6868“The Necropolis Railway” episode: https://weirddarkness.com/archives/7208“The Horrors of Route 66” episode: https://weirddarkness.com/archives/5594“Kidnapping, Babies, and Blackmail” by Troy Taylor: https://tinyurl.com/y57vbwpp“The Masked Man Le Loyon” by Marcus Lowth for UFO Insight: https://tinyurl.com/y3y746f4“Timeslip Village” by Stacia Briggs and Siofra Connor for Eastern Daily Press: https://tinyurl.com/y555bl3m“The Mermaid of Rendlesham” by Stacia Briggs and Siofra Connor for Eastern Daily Press: https://tinyurl.com/y4mcrbry“Consumption Cottage” by Dr. George Thomas Palmer, M.D. published in Illinois Health News, Volume 1, 1915; pp 69-71“Isabella: She-Wolf of England” by Gemma Hollman for Just History Posts: https://tinyurl.com/y5qwpug2Visit our Sponsors & Friends: https://weirddarkness.com/sponsorsJoin the Weird Darkness Syndicate: https://weirddarkness.com/syndicateAdvertise in the Weird Darkness podcast or syndicated radio show: https://weirddarkness.com/advertise= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =Weird Darkness theme by Alibi Music Library. 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Our destination is the legendary River Test in England with expert guide and fishing agent, Gilly Bate, Fly Odyssey UK. If you've ever wondered what fly fishing in the UK is all about, then this episode is for you. Steeped in history, the River Test is considered by many the birthplace of fly fishing and one of the pre-eminent chalk streams in the world. Here, anglers can immerse themselves in a bygone era, fishing famous “beats” through private estates, while testing their skill against surprisingly large and wily trout. Gilly has been fly-fishing and guiding English chalk streams for 25 years and has appeared in TV shows, podcasts, and magazine articles. Today Gilly takes us into the world of estate fly fishing, river keepers, and proper English stream etiquette. Bonus: Scotland and the iconic River Spey. With Host, Steve Haigh Be the first to know about new episodes. Become a subscriber Pictures from Gilly Bate @DestinationAnglerPodcast on Facebook and Instagram Contact Gilly Bate https://www.flyodyssey.co.uk/ email@example.com Facebook Instagram @gillybate Please check out our Sponsors: Angler's Coffee - elevating the coffee experience for the fly-fishing community & anglers everywhere with small-batch coffee delivered to your doorstep. https://anglerscoffee.com/ | Facebook & Instagram @anglerscoffeeco Got Fishing - crafting world Class fly-fishing adventures specially designed to your level of experience and budget. https://gotfishing.com/ | Facebook @GotFishingAdventures Instagram @GotFishing TroutRoutes - the #1 Trout Fishing app, helping you find new trout water so you spend less time on the road and more time fishing. https://troutinsights.com/ | Facebook @troutinsights Instagram @TroutRoutes Download the app here Adamsbuilt Fishing - THE trusted source for quality fly fishing gear, built to last at an affordable price. Waders, Nets, Outerwear. https://www.adamsbuiltfishing.com/ | Facebook & Instagram @Adamsbuilt Destination Angler: · Website · Destination Angler Gear – T-shirts, Hats, Artwork · Get updates and pictures of destinations covered on each podcast: @DestinationAnglerPodcast on Facebook and Instagram · Join in the conversation with the @DestinationAnglerConnection group on Facebook. Comments & Suggestions: host, Steve Haigh, email firstname.lastname@example.org Available on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Recorded Oct 4, 2023. Episode 105
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LBC Irregulars: A Sherlock Holmes Podcast Episode 10: “The Man with the Twisted Lip” and “The Priory School” This episode we reached out a bit further in the podcast family and welcome writer, speaker and podcaster extraordinaire Mr Alan J Porter. Will Kathy enjoy a prison spa treatment? Will Jarrod get far with a new bicycle tire? Will Alan decide to move back to England and take Kathy & Jarrod with him? Join us for the episode to see if these questions get answered. #LBCIrregulars Let us know what you think! Email the show at email@example.com This podcast is a member of the LONGBOX CRUSADE NETWORK: LINKTREE: https://linktr.ee/longboxcrusade Visit the WEBSITE: http://www.longboxcrusade.com/ Follow on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LongboxCrusade Follow on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/longboxcrusade Like the FACEBOOK page: https://www.facebook.com/LongboxCrusade Subscribe to the YOUTUBE Channel: https://goo.gl/4Lkhov Subscribe on Apple Podcast at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-longbox-crusade/id1118783510?mt=2 Thank you for listening and we hope you have enjoyed this episode of LBC Irregulars: A Sherlock Holmes Podcast. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/longbox-crusade/message
Joining Michael Dawson and Matt Tarr on the Off The Shelf podcast this week is... Steven Caulker!From his Spurs academy days, his surprise first team debut coming completely out of the blue to representing Team GB at the London 2012 Olympics - in the football team but it could've been 800m - 'Caulks' takes us through his journey at the Club and beyond.Uncover the challenges he faced under Andre Villas-Boas, his solitary cap (and goal!) for England and why he opted to play for Sierra Leone after scoring for England. Also hear the honest discussions around the personal struggles he faced with addiction that led him to seeking help and rehabilitation and his poignant personal account of a tragic bus accident that claimed the life of a teammate whilst playing for Alanyaspor in Turkey.This is a compelling story of resilience and the complex tapestry of a footballer's life.Watch on SPURSPLAY - https://play.tottenhamhotspur.com/homeFor more on Tottenham Hotspur:Club App - tottenhamhotspur.com/spurs-official-appYouTube - youtube.com/channel/UCEg25rdRZXg32iwai6N6l0w?sub_confirmation=1Twitter - https://twitter.com/SpursOfficialTikTok - tiktok.com/@spursofficial?lang=enInstagram - instagram.com/spursofficialFacebook - facebook.com/TottenhamHotspurSpurs Shop - shop.tottenhamhotspur.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Story gets to the first part in the two-part saga of the life of Thomas Beckett- the London boy who would go on to become Chancellor of England and Archbishop of Canterbury. And yet his story illustrates, perhaps perfectly, not just the tale of a man, but how the citizens of London navigated the powerful, unstable, and violent nation around them.
On this episode we sample the Port Askaig 8 Year Single Malt Scotch Whisky and the Port Askaig 110 Proof Single Malt Scotch Whisky while discussing buying clothes, Nick's monochromatic nature, these pants are your problem now, Texas trip, UK centric things, A Flaviar reminder: DrepandStone15, Beckham documentary on Netflix, bending it like…, British Bake Off, eye foot coordination, never being good enough, English footbal rules, the most hated man in England, flambéed marshmallows, and DB's whisk(e)y of choice. Support Us On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DrepandStone Use the promo code DrepandStone15 to Get 15% off your order from Flaviar.com We'd love to hear from you! https://linktr.ee/DrepandStone Don't forget to subscribe! Music by @joakimkarudmusic Episode #218
Hello friends! Evan Crowley, singer, songwriter and guitar player for Austin, alt-pop band, Saint Loretto is my guest for episode 1335! Their latest album, the infectious, Blooming is available now wherever you listen to music. Saint Loretto will be playing at The Hole in the Wall in Austin on Friday, December 8th with fellow alt-pop band, nolo. Go to saintloretto.com for show dates, music, videos and more. Evan and I have a great conversation about writing and recording Blooming, the definition of alternative-pop, the music of Manchester, England, growing up in Oklahoma City, The Flaming Lips and OKC, The Cure, songwriting, how fans connect with music and the people that make it, and much more. I had a great time getting to know Evan. I'm sure you will too. Let's get down! Check out Todd V. Wolfson for all of your photography needs HERE! If you feel so inclined. Venmo: www.venmo.com/John-Goudie-1 Paypal: paypal.me/johnnygoudie
With Maro Itoje pondering his future at Saracens, our trio discuss the hot topic of the week. Should England rugby players be allowed to play abroad AND for their country? This episode was recorded shortly before Northampton Captain Lewis Ludlam announced his move to play for Toulon. EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal ➼ https://nordvpn.com/goodbadrugby Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee!
During the Great Awakening in England, God used faithful preachers to spread the good news of Jesus Christ. Today, Stephen Nichols introduces us to several prominent figures from this period of church history. Read the transcript: https://www.5minutesinchurchhistory.com/london-on-location-the-great-awakening-in-london/ A donor-supported outreach of Ligonier Ministries. Donate: https://www.ligonier.org/donate/ Explore all of our podcasts: https://www.ligonier.org/podcasts
THE FILTHY AWAY SHIRT IS AVAILABLE NOW AT - HTTP://WWW.FILTHYATFIVE.COM One of the most talked about players over the years on FILTHY FELLAS has been former ARSENAL youngster HENRI LANSBURY. A good friend of STEVO, the Enfield born midfielder had an eventful career at WATFORD, NORWICH, WEST HAM, NOTTINGHAM FOREST, ASTON VILLA, LUTON TOWN and BRISTOL CITY, he beat cancer, played across the youth level at ENGLAND, affected the football industry with his new venture and taught JACK GREALISH how to party (known fact!). HENRI LANSBURY joins his boy STEVO, as well as SPECS, PK HUMBLE, JORDY, MILES, POET and TEGO for a huge FILTHY @ FIVE.
In this episode, we discuss Michael Cox's argument that Bernardo Silva is the best player in the Premier League. The Athletic's Michael Cox, Mark Carey and Liam Tharme join Ali Maxwell to explore… First up, there's a discussion and reflection on the managerial career of Terry Venables. The former England and Barcelona manager passed away this week at the age of 80 after a long illness. Then, on to Bernardo Silva. How rare is his level and type of versatility? Does his ability as an elite all rounder mean he's better than some elite players with narrower skill sets, like Haaland or Salah? And does his tactical acumen and strong communication skills mean a future in coaching is in the offing? Produced by Adonis Pratsides and Steve Hankey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Let's keep time! Watchmaker and author Rebecca Struthers joins the podcast to talk her book Hands of Time: A Watchmaker's History. We also talk about watchmaking and jolly old England. Come listen!Buy Hands of TimeCheck out Rebecca's websiteSupport the show
Alison and Lulu have all sorts of tips this week, like how to negotiate a private tour at famous places and how to ensure your feet are always plushly comfortable while traveling around the world. Of course, this all comes out while they're spending a fake $10,000 in Luxor, Egypt and Liverpool, England. It's imaginary luxury travel! This week's episode was inspired by the magic jumping-off word 'BEETLE,' which we generated randomly using an app. Want to get in on the fun and inspire our next episode? Give us any word, and we'll figure out how to spend 10K using it. Head over to our website to submit one!Support the showBecome a supporter of the show! Cancel Anytime • No Commitment https://www.buzzsprout.com/145545/supporters/newDon't forget to get on the list that counts — our newsletter mailing list. Sign up at www.10kdollarday.com for show notes, resources, and things to make you smile. Instagram: @10KDollarDay Twitter: @10KDollarDay Support the show: www.patreon.com/10kdollarday
Jay Demerit is an American retired soccer player who played as a center back. He played college soccer for the UIC Flames and was in the Chicago Fire Premier development squad, but after not being drafted for Major League Soccer, he moved to look for a club in England. He played for non-league sides Southall and Northwood before signing for Watford of the Championship in 2004. Demerit played 211 total games for Watford over six seasons, including one in the 2006–07 Premier League, having scored in their victory in the 2006 Football League Championship play-off final. After his release from Watford, he was the first player signed by the Vancouver Whitecaps FC for their entrance in MLS, where he played four seasons before retiring through injury. Jay was first capped for the United States in March 2007, earning 25 caps up to 2011. He was part of their squads that won the 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup and came runners-up at the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup, also featuring at the 2007 Copa América and the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
On Wednesday's Rugby Daily, we hear about Owen Farrell's decision to take a break from international rugby. The Ireland 7s squads for this weekend's action have been confirmed. La Rochelle head coach Ronan O'Gara is set for a disciplinary next week. And Exeter's Rob Baxter has a word of advice for football as they consider introducing sin bins.
Dana Albany has come a long way since her first art project in the Black Rock Desert, a scrap-wood camel that got her started making things out of found materials, from discarded metal and broken glass to sun-bleached cattle bones and deer antlers. She has built flammable targets for the notorious machine-art group Survival Research Labs, worked as the artist-in-residence at a San Francisco dump, and had her large scale metal and mixed-media sculptures exhibited around the world, most recently at the “Radical Horizons” show at England's Chatsworth House. She talks with Stuart about her path to becoming an artist, which began with a spur-of-the-moment trip to Burning Man in 1996, about her mentors and mentees along the way, and about the joys of working with children to create high-impact interactive art.DanaAlbanyArt.comchatsworth.org/news-media/news-blogs-press-releases/burning-man-about-the-sculpturesburningman.org/programs/civic-initiatives/youth-education-spaceship