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Met de bekende operazangeres Francis van Broekhuizen duiken we in de wereld van klassieke muziek en gaan daarin op zoek naar muziek die zo mooi is dat de hemel bijna het aardse raakt. En passant vertelt Francis over de context en de geschiedenis van de klassieke muziek die je hoort. Er komt van alles langs: Bach, Mozart, Verdi, Strauss en meer. De liefhebber van klassiek komt aan z'n trekken deze aflevering, maar ook als je niets weet van klassieke muziek is dit een ideale ontdekkingstocht. David Boogerd spreekt met Francis van Broekhuizen en vaste gast theoloog Stefan Paas over geloof, een goddelijke vonk, genialiteit en de kunst van het scheppen. De liederen die langskwamen in deze aflevering staan hieronder en zijn te beluisteren via deze Spotify-playlist (https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2tZuNoDXSpw0WC4xpXQCPF?si=90a2c5778a52454b). 5 Lieder, Op. 39, TrV 189: No. 4. Befreit (version for soprano and orchestra) Uitgevoerd door: Berlin Rundfunkorchester, Marek Janowski, Soile Isokoski Geschreven door: Richard Strauss Ave Regina Uitgevoerd door: Netherlands Chamber Choir, Paul Van Nevel Geschreven door: Guillaume Dufay Matthäus-Passion, BWV 244, Erster Teil: 27a. Aria a doi Cori (Sopran, Alt) "So ist mein Jesus nun gefangen" - 27b. Chorus I & II "Sind Blitze, sind Donner in Wolken verschwunden" Uitgevoerd door: Andreas Scholl, Collegium Vocale Gent, Philippe Herreweghe, Sibylla Rubens Geschreven door: Johann Sebastian Bach Requiem in D Minor, K.626: III. Sequentia: f. Lacrimosa Uitgevoerd door: Herbert von Karajan, Berliner Philharmoniker, Wiener Singverein Geschreven door: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Messa di Requiem, Dies irae: Dies irae Uitgevoerd door: Angela Gheorghiu, Berliner Philharmoniker, Claudio Abbado Geschreven door: Giuseppe Verdi Verdi: Messa da Requiem - Libera me: VIId. Libera me, Domine Uitgevoerd door: Angela Gheorghiu, Berliner Philharmoniker, Claudio Abbado Geschreven door: Giuseppe Verdi Fratres (Version for Strings & Percussion) Uitgevoerd door: Arvo Pärt, I Fiamminghi (The Orchestra of Flanders), Rudolf Werthen Geschreven door: Arvo Párt Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068: II. Air Uitgevoerd door: Berliner Philharmoniker, David Bell, Herbert von Karajan Geschreven door: Johann Sebastian Bach
This podcast focus on Jelle Wallays 2022 Bike Size. The Belgian professional cyclist races with the team Cofidis. Jelle Wallays is considered a Flandrian type of rider, which is the name of riders racing the spring classics in the Flanders area of Belgium. The weather during these races is tough, remains of winter cold winds, rains, fast paced rolling hills and flat roads without much protection from the wind. Jelle Wallays is riding the De Rosa Merak equipped with Campagnolo Super Record gears and Corona wheels. Please visit https://dmcx.com/2022/04/08/jelle-wallays-de-rosa-bike-size/ to see the sketch of the bike fitting and geometry.
Today, while training for The Frontline Walk 2022, I finished the audiobook, All quiet on The Western Front. Written by Erich Maria Remarque and wonderfully narrated by Tom Lawrence. I listened to this audiobook whist training for The ABF Soldiers Charity Frontline Walk. As I write this, in just over 2 weeks, I will be walking along The Western Front of WW1. It is a 100k charity walk from the Lochnagar crater in France to the Menin Gate in Belgium. There is a link below where you can find out more. I bought this audiobook as a way for me to be more involved with this charity walk and to lean. I have been listening to podcasts about WW1 and this audiobook looked good from the reviews. What amazed me about this story is the brutal honesty, insight, and detail in which this story is told. It follows the personal stories of Paul Bäumer, a German Soldier. We follow his story from school to the horrific frontline trenches of Flanders. Through his eyes, we get an incredibly personal and detailed view into life on the frontline in 1914 and beyond. We hear stories of battle, love, loss, home, and war. We get an incredible look into how that generation felt their lives, their youth, was stolen from them. And how brotherhood meant more to them than anything else in the world. I highly recommend this book/audio book to anyone with an interest in WW1. Although I will say that there are harsh, graphic and upsetting scenes in this story. As in the title, I was walking whilst listening to this, and despite that, passing walkers would have seen many expressions on my face; laughter, frustration, disgust, and tears.I give this book an awesome 5/5.There is a modern film adaptation of this story, of the same name, being released on Netflix October 28th. I will review this as a film for my WCCS Movie Room podcast. Which is an extension of my live streaming YouTube podcast, The Writing Community Chat Show.https://events.soldierscharity.org/fundraisers/christopheraggett
Maarten Asscher is schrijver van romans, verhalen, essays, columns, poëzie en non-fictie. Voordat hij fulltime auteur werd, was hij uitgever bij Meulenhoff, directeur Kunsten bij het ministerie van OCW en onafhankelijk boekverkoper bij Athenaeum Boekhandels. Deze week verschijnt zijn nieuwe roman 'De schaduw van een vriend'. Zijn culturele landschap toont ons onder andere muziek van Bach (https://www.nporadio4.nl/componisten/e99952a5-46c4-49cc-9f79-224cd2765754/bach-johann-sebastian) uitgevoerd door Zuzana Růžičková en de humor van het Britse duo Flanders & Swan. Dit is Maartens Culturele Landschap
Kris Binon is at the helm of Flam3D, an organization that began by connecting the Belgian region of Flanders via 3D printing. Later, Flam3D grew to represent research institutes and companies throughout Belgium and, now, the Netherlands. In this episode of the 3DPOD, we talk about how to educate people about 3D printing, as well as how to work with governments and other stakeholders to spread 3D printing around the world.
Homer is hired to present the Superbowl Halftime show, after Lebron James, Tom Brady, Yao Ming, Michelle Kwan and Warren Sapp employ him as their "taunt" coach. Meanwhile, Flanders takes it upon himself to make violent biblical films. Support the show for EARLY ACCESS & EXCLUSIVE CONTENT at patreon.com/fourfingerdiscount
Our first guest for Season Three is Ash Flanders, the fabulously obnoxious theatre diva who shares humble roots with Hermione and Chloe from the Channel 31 Yartz program, and is really much too famous for our little podcast. Corey Worthington? The Sugababes? HAMILTON?? This one's for you, Ralph McLean xx
Samantha is a young entrepreneur who started a coffee roastery with her sister Hannah. In this visit, Sam shares how the business came to be, and advice for anyone else looking to start their own company. Samantha and I also share qualities we have admired in each other over our 4 years of friendship and dig deeper into the need for retreat an reflection in order to remain grounded.Resources:Verso L'alto Coffee RoastersInterior CastleJPII Healing CenterContact Samantha:Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagramStay Connected with the Podcast:WebsiteInstagramEmail: email@example.com
Two darker sour styles originated from the Flemish-speaking area of Northern Belgium called Flanders. This week, your hosts dive into the history and brewing processes of both the Flanders Red and Oud Bruin styles. Also, Jason drinks a white whale beer to cure his bad mood and Stephen eavesdrops on an awkward date at a brewery. Beer Tastings: Jason - Fundamental Observation (2020), Bottle Logic Brewing, Anaheim, CA. Style: BA Imperial Stout Stephen - La Roja Du Kriek, Jolly Pumpkin Ales, Dexter, MI. Style: Flanders Red Ale with Cherry Juice --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Following a battlefield tour looking at the early work of the Imperial War Graves Commission and the establishment of the permanent cemeteries across Belgium and France, we examine some keys sites connected to the Soldier's Cemeteries of the Great War, what Rudyard Kipling called 'The Silent Cities'.Support the show
Mr. Burns cancels the employee drug plan, resulting in other companies doing the same, so Grampa, Homer, Apu and Flanders attempt to smuggle medication from Canada into Springfield. Support the show for AD-FREE EARLY ACCESS & EXCLUSIVE CONTENT at patreon.com/fourfingerdiscount
Grab your favorite pinking shears and count the chambers in your colon, cause this week we're watching Season 3, Episode 3: When Flanders Failed! Join Robert and Kaitlyn as they discuss that time Pee Wee Herman made Little Robert write a letter, why men agree to smell stinky things, and celebrate 3,000 all-time downloads! You can check out the Simpsons Wiki here. Remember to follow our social channels! You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram! Be sure to join our Facebook group, too! Feel free to drop us an email, too! You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you! -K & R #simpsons #thesimpsons #podcast #podcasts #podcastersofinstagram #homersimpson #margesimpson #lisasimpson #maggiesimpson #bartsimpson #whenflandersfailed #paulreubens #peeweeherman #peewee #jefffoxworthy #colonhealth #highfiber #lefthanded #escalatortonowherepod
Hello Listener! Get twice as many podcasts and longer editions of these ones by joining our Supporters' Club. Sign up here: www.patreon.com/whensaturdaycomesShuffling up close in the great bus shelter of life to bring you a bumper Bank Holiday episode, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray discuss Goalkeeping Gaffes from Luis Arconada to Massimo Taibi's culpable studs. WSC Assistant Editor Ffion Thomas delves into the pages of magazine issue 424, Record Breakers brings frolics from Flanders, and we continue our perky feature, The Final Third, in which a guest contributes a match, a player and an object to the WSC Museum of Football. Joining Dan as our visiting curator this time is writer and broadcaster Charlie Connelly. Support the show
This is a big episode. Special Guests are Eric Sammons from Crisis Magazine, Tim Flanders from One Peter Five and Meaning of Catholic, and Jake Tate from Mass of The Ages. #catholic #Catholicism #CatholicTriviaAnthony's sister is discerning religious life. She is currently hoping to become an aspirant with the Passionist Nuns . Most religious orders require an aspirant to be free of all debt before they take their vows. Anthony's sister Krissy has started a fundraising campaign on GiveSendGo. Please consider donating if you are able. https://www.givesendgo.com/sendkrissytoconventSupport the show
Starting to get hot and muggy, coldest wettest spring since 2010, why are we here?, once every 12 years the rains come…, it reminds me of what England must be all year long, Flanders and Swann, talking about berries, raspberries, blackberries, they were scary, there's no plan, golden raspberries, feed ‘em, strawberries, the more you pick the more they grow, runners, I forbid Forrest, transplant, my dream is to have a fresh strawberry pie, suckers have 3 years until retirement, vertical gardening, yum yum yum, painting rocks red, tiered beds, spilling the tea, blueberries, shallow roots, they were gone and so was she, blackberries, you don't know until it's in your mouth, it's like a Harry Potter jelly bean, early memory of sitting in the strawberry patch at U-pick, English screened structures, the internet is dangerous because it convinces me I can get way too far over my head, cold frame, Addicted To Gardening, we love bargins, lilies of the valley, I'm going I'm going I promise, plant consciousness, Cornell, psychic plants, ask your plants, square holes, biennials, foxgloves, hollyhocks, parsley, campanulas, honesty, the irony of money becoming honesty, Bam it Blooms!, trimming trees, Indian food for dinner, mango lassi, mango cilantro ginger smoothie, unfrozen homemade lasagna from last year's garden, hippy dippy moment, apples, tomatoes, I love you.
On today's program: Buddy Carter, U.S. Representative for the 1st District of Georgia, discusses the latest on the Senate reconciliation bill and his bill opposing President Biden's executive order on abortion. Chris Mitchell, CBN News Middle East
Un libro en el cual más de 20 filósofos analizan distintos capítulos y personajes de la serie de TV más popular del mundo. En el resumen comparamos a Homero con las creencias de Aristóteles, a Bart con Friedrich Nietzsche, y la moral del vecino Flanders con Emmanuel Kant. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This is the twenty-second installment in Eric Ludy's epic summer Daily Thunder series entitled Spiritual Lessons from WW1. This episode explores the formation of what will become known as the Western Front in WW1. A war of movement will quickly devolve into a war of entrenchment with a series of desperate battles in a territory known as Flanders. The baits the Christian to this very same territory—the place of spiritual stalemate. Where we waste our life attempting to break through barriers in our own strength instead of recognizing our enemy is already defeated. For more information about Daily Thunder and the ministry of Ellerslie Mission Society, please visit: https://ellerslie.com/ (https://ellerslie.com/). If you have been blessed by Ellerslie, consider partnering with the ministry by donating at: https://ellerslie.com/donate/ (https://ellerslie.com/donate/)
This episode marks forty years since I first visited the battlefields of the Great War. We look back over those four decades and discuss what those first trips meant to me, what it was like to live on the battlefields, my work as a Battlefield Guide and examine some of my favourite locations that I've visited over the years.Support the show
On this week's episode, Homer joins the Movementarians religious cult and unwillingly drags the rest of the family into it as well. Marge (with the assistance of Lovejoy, Flanders, and to a lesser extend, Willie) help rescue the family and bring the citizens of Springfield back to Christianity. Such a great episode, but very polarising amongst the listeners. Nevertheless, we had a great time putting this one together, and hope you enjoy!!
Say goodbye to peace.We cover the War of Jenkins Ear. The excitement of the capture of Portobello, Rule Brittania is written in celebration.This little war merges into the War of the Austrian Succession. We see the rise of Prussia and the beginning of the Frederick the Great legend in his struggle against the hero Queen Maria Theresa. We cover the war at sea, with a fairly decisive British victory. We cover the war from the French perspective which is dominated by the victories in Flanders in the minds of the French because of the personal presence of Louis XV. But France is in fact defeated by the cost of the expensive fighting in Italy and the loss of trade. And of course, France tries to invade England, and a massive storm instantly sinks 10 transports and damages the rest practically the instant they leave the harbor, we discuss possible reasons for the fact that this is the universal result of invasion attempts of specifically England from 1590-1744. What could possibly account for this?
Peter VermeulenCheck out this article on predictive coding:https://petervermeulen.be/2019/08/20/autism-absolute-thinking-in-a-relative-world/About Dr. Vermeulen in his own words.Peter got a Bachelor in Family Sciences (Brussels, 1985) and in the same year also a Master in Psychology and Pedagogical Sciences at the oldest university of Belgium, the University of Leuven. Because he got the taste of studying at the oldest universities, Peter started to study at the oldest university of The Netherlands, Leiden, while already working in the field of autism. There he obtained his PhD in 2002 with his research on late diagnosis in people on the autism spectrum with above average IQs.So, officially it is: Dr. Vermeulen Peter, MSc, PhD but Peter just prefers to be called PeterPeter started his career in the field of autism in 1987, working for the Vlaamse Vereniging Autisme (Flemish Autism Society) as diagnostician and home trainer for families on autistic children. He later become the director of the home training center and started gradually to share his experiences via presentations and books.Peter wrote more than 15 books, some of them translated into more than 10 languages. Peter works for ‘sterkmakers in autisme' (strongmakers in autism), a non-profit organization that makes people and organizations strong in their ambition towards full inclusion of autistic people.Peter created Autism in Context, where autism is seen in context. He is teaching, training and presenting all over the globe and in his work he focuses on two topics in particular: the autistic thinking (autism as context blindness) and happiness & well-being in autism.In 2019 Peter received the Passwerk Life Time Achievement Award for his more than 30 years contribution to the autism community in Flanders.When Peter is not presenting, writing, driving or flying around for his job, he can usually be found on one of his 4 bicycles, trying to imitate Tour de France winners, hereby being oblivious to his age and physical state. When tired from cycling, he can be found at home, with his wife and their dog (which actually is more a Gremlin than a dog). Or he is playing with his 3 grandchildren. Because the Gremlin loves the beach, Peter often spends his weekends at the seaside, savouring seafood and – being a descendant of a brewing family – enjoying a good beer.Website: www.petervermeulen.beDisclaimer:When we have guests on the ASR podcast they are recognized in their expertise on autism as an advocate, self-advocate, clinicians, parents, or other professionals in the field. They may or may not be part of the faith community; having a guest on the broader topic of autism does not reflect complete agreement with the guest just as many guests may not agree with our faith perspective. Guests are chosen by topic for the chosen podcast discussion and not necessarily full agreement of all beliefs from the chosen guest(s).
986 Mandee has been in the horse industry for over 14 years, getting her start as a young equestrian blogger and social media coach at age 18. In 2009, she founded Horse Family, a blog for backyard horse owners. After getting married in 2013, she moved to Boston MA and took a brief hiatus from the horse world while she and her husband traveled the US as experiential tour managers. When the couple realized they could live anywhere due to a strong client base and the nature of their work, they returned to northern New York where Mandee once again welcomed horses back into her life. Mandee has since significantly reduced her travel schedule (largely due to live event and tradeshow restrictions as of 2020) and now serves the horse industry as a business and marketing coach. She and her husband currently live near Lake Ontario with their cat, bunny, and Paint horse. ________ Want your customers to talk about you to their friends and family? That's what we do! We get your customers to talk about you so that you get more referrals with video testimonials. Go to www.BusinessBros.biz to be a guest on the show or to find out more on how we can help you get more customers! #Businesspodcasts #smallbusinesspodcast #businessmarketingtips #businessgrowthtips #strategicthinking #businessmastery #successinbusiness #businesshacks #marketingstrategist #wealthcreators #businessstrategies #businesseducation #businesstools #businesspodcast #businessmodel #growthmarketing #businesshelp #businesssupport #salesfunnel #buildyourbusiness #podcastinglife #successgoals #wealthcreation #marketingcoach #smallbusinesstips #businessmarketing #marketingconsultant #entrepreneurtips #businessstrategy #growyourbusiness --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/businessbrospod/support
18th July 2022 The Spokesmen Cycling Podcast EPISODE 302: Three ultracyclists explain how and why SPONSOR: Tern Bicycles HOST: Carlton Reid GUESTS: Kabir Rachure, Josh Reid, Ruth Sutherland TOPICS: Kabir Rachure was the first Asian to podium at the Race Across America, or RAAM, which finished a couple of weeks back. Ruth Sutherland was a rookie rider at this year's 620 mile All Points North race in northern England. Josh Reid also rode All Points North but in preparation for the Transcontinental, a 2500 mile unsupported race across Europe from the cobbles of Flanders to the shores of the Black Sea. LINKS: https://www.ternbicycles.com/ https://www.the-spokesmen.com/ https://www.raceacrossamerica.org/raamx/rcrank.php?s_N_Year_ID=47 https://www.ultrahuman.com/m1/?currency=usd&utm_source=main-web https://bikepacking.com/event/all-points-north-2022/ https://www.transcontinental.cc/
Dispirited by pandemic lockdowns and a massive real estate crisis, today's young Chinese workers are dreaming less about becoming super-rich entrepreneurs and more about the workaday lives of bureaucrats. Their new distaste for private-sector jobs has caught the attention of the ruling Chinese Communist Party, which is trying to change opinions and recruit for private-sector manufacturing jobs that are going begging. In this week's episode of “Stephanomics,” reporter Tom Hancock discusses the unrest brewing among China's youth. Many have newly minted degrees and a growing number have embraced anti-capitalist idealism, exacerbating a mismatch between the jobs that are available and the jobs they actually want. Meantime, younger workers see the country's state-owned enterprises as more stable than privately-owned ones amid Covid-19 outbreaks and lockdowns, creating intense competition for public-sector jobs. The upshot is the jobless rate among China's youth is likely to hit 20%, which has alarmed President Xi Jinping's government. Host Stephanie Flanders talks to Bloomberg Chief Economist Tom Orlik about the outlook for the world's biggest country. He says China likely has been overstating its growth for years, giving critics reason to question how big its economy actually is right now. But China's leadership has proven it can develop that economy, and “it would be a big mistake for us to underestimate how big they will likely become in the next 10 or 20 years,” Orlik says. And, Flanders also talks worker wages with Rachel Reeves, who as the UK's Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer is the chief economic voice of the opposition Labour Party. It's a risky topic to address since Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey got lambasted last winter for suggesting workers forgo seeking pay raises because they might be inflationary. Reeves wouldn't say what a reasonable increase for workers would be, given ongoing discussions over pay by UK authorities, but suggested the trick to giving everyone a raise is boosting the economy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's podcast guest is proof that you're never to young to care about justice. For the last four years, 9-year-old Kol Flanders has collected hundreds of dollars for Fierce Freedom's Justice Race, and this year he wants to raise even more! He and his mom Jen join us in the studio to share more about why thinks raising funds and awareness is important, and what he loves most about the Justice Race. To help Kol reach his goal of $1,000 this year, check out this link: givesendgo.com/kolsrace
From the cobbled flatlands of Flanders to the mixed surface mountain top finish of La Super Planche des Belle Filles, the first full week of the Tour de France did not disappoint. Matt Stephens has been to every stage and brings us his personal highlights. From getting Mitch Docker's opinion on the Belgian fans to clearing out a supermarket of yoghurt drinks with Bradley Wiggins, there's never a dull moment on this epic edition of the Tour de France Unplugged. Matt looks back at the racing too, and offers some hot tips for your Fantasy Tour de France team as the race heads into the Alps.
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Will's longtime home server Flanders has finally given up the ghost, and now he's streamlined his life by moving to an integrated Synology box. After significant hands-on time, we get into the ins and outs of what it's like running network storage in this sort of turnkey, integrated box, including ease of setup, hardware specs and limitations, Will's possibly controversial feelings about Docker, Brad's slow descent into madness on the extreme other end of the NAS hardware spectrum, and more.Support the Pod! Contribute to the Tech Pod Patreon and get access to our booming Discord, your name in the credits, and other great benefits! You can support the show at: https://patreon.com/techpod
This year's United States Supreme Court session was one of the most consequential in recent history. Beyond the Dobbs decision reversing the 1973 Roe v Wade ruling, the Court also ruled on Miranda rights, prayer in public schools and the right to open carry. Many of the rulings have left even our top legal minds with more questions than answers. In this episode, we are joined by Professor Chad Flanders. Chad helps us dissect a few of the most significant decisions of this session.
Sabrina Di Nitto listens with her inner senses to the realm beyond manifestation, moving between form and formlessness. She deepened her inner knowledge of cosmic ascension and enlightenment, soul embodiment, alchemy, cosmology, spiritual psychology for self-realisation, alchemical healing, Egyptian and ancient mystery, and Merkaba teachings to access the world beyond thought and form. She works as a spiritual teacher and cosmic midwife of new consciousness. She practices ascension work, multidimensional soul alignment, soul breathwork, incarnation work of divine light, inner child work, energy blueprint reading and soul embodiment. Her own Venus Light Technology is one of the new light technologies she has developed in co-creation with Creational Light Beings for the Cosmic Ascension Project.Sabrina works with adults and children to integrate the light into their hearts and bodies. She co-creates with many ascended masters and is initiated into the lineage of Thoth Hermes Trismegistus. Her innate gifts as a visionary run like a thread through her life and her work.Internationally, she travels to sacred places to activate and reveal their pristine blueprint. Sabrina holds a M.A. in Romance Literature, Linguistics and Philology. She speaks Dutch, English, French and Italian. Her workshops and trainings are given in English, French and Dutch. She lives in Flanders, Belgium, where she teaches, guides and writes.Sabrina can be contacted directly via email@example.comHer website is: https://enlightenmentcodes.com
It's not unusual to see bicycle racks on the streets of Portland. But 22 of them, on one block, on one side of the street?That's something you probably won't find anywhere but on Northwest Broadway between Flanders and Glisan.The building on the block is owned by Jordan Schnitzer Properties, and it was Jordan Schnitzer who made the decision to line part of the sidewalk with nearly two-dozen bike racks."That's a lot of bike racks, but there were a lot of tents here too," said Schnitzer on Friday, the first time he'd seen the array of racks himself.LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos everyday. https://bit.ly/3KBUDSK
When HM The Queen was crowned in 1953, her Coronation ceremony contained some subtle nods to another Queen who made history 1100 years earlier. Princess Judith of Flanders was the first woman to be crowned as Queen among the West Saxons. But her two royal marriages were not without controversy.In this episode of Gone Medieval, Dr. Cat Jarman finds out more about Queen Judith from medieval historian Florence Scott.The Senior Producer on this episode was Elena Guthrie. The Producer was Rob Weinberg. It was edited and mixed by Thomas Ntinas.For more Gone Medieval content, subscribe to our Medieval Mondays newsletter here. If you'd like to learn even more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today! To download, go to Android or Apple store.Join the History Hit Book Club in time for the June and July read of Charles Spencer's, The White Ship. Become part of a community of readers who are passionate about history and its thrilling lessons. Members read a new book every 2 months, and get a £5 Amazon voucher towards the cost of the book, as well as exclusive access to an online Q&A between History Hit presenters and the author in the second month." See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The final years of Philip of Cleves' rebellion in Flanders saw the most famously fractious of Flemish cities, Ghent, flare into open revolt against Habsburg rule once again and rejoin the fight alongside him. Although Philip's war against the ducal regime would ultimately come to an end in October, 1492, this last period of the conflict is made extra-complicated not only because of the interpersonal relationship between Philip and Maximilian, nor because of the ongoing conflict between the powerful cities and the ducal court, not to mention the economic woes brought on by decades of warfare, trade disruptions and the mass exodus of the citizenry from probably the most important trading centre of the Low Countries, Bruges, but also because of a succession struggle which was contemporaneously being waged between Maximilian and Charles VIII of France in the Duchy of Brittany. And since this distant, dynastic dance would have all sorts of repercussions for the more local goings on in the Low Countries, it makes sense to get it out of the way. So first, to Brittany! With thanks to King Freret IX, Klaas Barends, Ilir Maçi, Zachary Studt and Filipos Amoiralis for their Patreon support. PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/historyofthenetherlands TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/historyofNL Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It seems like things could hardly get worse for President Joe Biden, who faces 8.3% inflation, a baby formula shortage and, according to the latest Gallup poll, a 41% job approval rating. Not to mention managing a global face-off with Russia. But now it looks as though another crisis is forming in his backyard. The US is hosting the Summit of the Americas next week in Los Angeles, and Mexico and a few other Latin American nations are threatening to boycott, and even block any progress it might yield. In this week's episode Mexico City reporter Maya Averbuch explains the fight over the summit, during which the White House plans to raise the fraught topic of immigration. A key conference holdout has been Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who says he'll stay away unless representatives of authoritarian governments in Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua are invited. The US has refused, citing their undemocratic records. In turn, the leaders of other nations, including Guatemala and Honduras, have said they may skip the summit as well. In a follow-up discussion, managing editor Juan Pablo Spinetto talks with Stephanie about the drama-filled history of these summits and whether Mexico's president will eventually attend. They also explain why there's a good chance rising interest rates in the US won't trigger a crisis in Latin America as they have so often in past. And we end the episode with some revealing research from the McKinsey Global Institute on what it says drives workers' "human capital," or their collective knowledge, skills and experience as measured by lifetime earnings. For all the fanfare over training and education, on-the-job experience accounts for at least half of gains in lifetime earnings, according to institute head Sven Smit. The more new jobs and experiences a worker accrues, the more their earnings will rise, he tells Flanders. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
While the world's multimillionaires and billionaires (and multibillionaires) ponder inflation and supply shortages in the Swiss Alps, they might get a better view from the dusty landscape of Midland, Texas. Residents of the oil town have lived through inflation around 10% or higher for six months. Even worse, the forces driving up prices there may take months or even years to unwind. Bloomberg reporter Katia Dmitrieva takes listeners to that West Texas boom-and-bust community, home to the highest inflation rate among roughly 400 metropolitan areas tracked by Moody's Analytics. While there, she meets an excavation company owner who's run out of heavy-duty pickup trucks and bulldozers because of supply-chain shortages. Nurses are in such short supply that a local health-care company is paying $280 an hour to get them on contract. And the line of cars waiting at the West Texas Food Bank is longer than it's been since the worst days of the ongoing pandemic. Back in Davos, host Stephanie Flanders chats about deglobalization with economist Richard Baldwin, a professor at Geneva's Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. He's skeptical that trade actually is fragmenting, arguing that China is the "OPEC of industrial inputs" and that "you can't shut off OPEC." Finally, Flanders talks global commerce at the World Economic Forum with the head of the World Trade Organization and the European Union trade commissioner, as well as officials with the Indian Ministry of Commerce and Industry and US-based logistics firm Flexport. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this edition of Trend Flanders, Jack and Miles discuss Mexican Pizza: The Musical, the iPod being discontinued, Tom Brady snagging a $375m deal with Fox Sports, Cryptogeddon being upon us, the Trump/Twitter ban possibly ending, and the EA/FIFA partership ending. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.