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After a hurricane destroys the Flanders' house, the citizenry rebuilds it. But Ned publicly criticizes their workmanship, and the guilt from his outburst sends him to a mental hospital. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesimpsonsguy/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesimpsonsguy/support
This was supposed to be an episode where we talk about the challenges the Hanse was facing after the victory over the Danes and the Peace of Stralsund. But that is not to be. Listeners Mehmet and Nina pointed out a few gaps in what I had been talking about last week and now these need to be filled. It is all good talking about the trading network and the flow of goods across the Baltic and northern Germany. But what about the opposing flow, the flow of money? How do the Merchants get paid? How can they pay for all the goods they, or their agents, are buying way down in Flanders and England? How do they cope with the sometimes erratic monetary policies of late medieval rulers?After all, it is money that makes the world go round!The music for the show is Flute Sonata in E-flat major, H.545 by Carl Phillip Emmanuel Bach (or some claim it as BWV 1031 Johann Sebastian Bach) performed and arranged by Michel Rondeau under Common Creative Licence 3.0.As always:Homepage with maps, photos, transcripts and blog: www.historyofthegermans.comFacebook: @HOTGPod Twitter: @germanshistoryInstagram: history_of_the_germansReddit: u/historyofthegermansPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/HistoryofthegermansThis episode relied heavily on:Jahnke, Carsten: Die Hanse | Reclam VerlagJahnke, Carsten: Netzwerke in Handel und Kommunikation ander Wende vom 15. zum 16. Jahrhundert am Beispiel zweier Revaler Kaufleute. Netzwerke(hansischergeschichtsverein.de)Stuart Jenks: War die Hanse kreditfeindlich? on JSTORHistorical documents of Hanseatic League added to UNESCO archival heritage list | Tallinn
Grand Craft Beer Episode 4 dives into the nearly-invisible yet highly-incredible world of Flanders Brown Ales, aka Oud Bruins, the 17th century style of Belgian sour beer that, thanks to breweries like Deschutes, are still around...if you know where to look. Podcasters Brian Yaeger and Donna Britt explore a vertical tasting of The Dissident from 2023, 2019, and 2015."
Graphene antenna for more efficient solar power, Flanders and Swan, First and Second Law Controversial graphene circuit claims to extracts energy from random heat fluctuations. Hosted and Produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying through affiliate links
The Hanseatic League undergoes a fundamental transformation in the second half of the 14th century. It turned from a guild of merchants trading across the Baltic and the North Sea into an alliance of trading cities. An alliance that has proven that it can fight and win wars against major territorial powers. That sits quite uncomfortably with the existing European rulers who wonder what to do with this alien inside their body politic.The Hanse had acquired a wide range of trading privileges in their main Kontors in England, Flanders, Norway and the Republic of Novgorod. These privileges did not only disadvantage the locals who were unsurprisingly hostile but also challenged the authority of the princes. That was just about bearable as long as this was just a community of grubby merchants from the Empire. Now that these merchants had built formidable cities, commanded great navies and toppled kings, it became an entirely different ballgame.Furthermore, the legitimacy of the Hansa was fragile. The Hanseatic Cities, apart from Lübeck and Dortmund weren't free imperial cities, making them at least formally subject to their territorial lords. As such they could not form an actual league of cities as the Northern Italian republics had done a hundred years earlier. Nor were they allowed to conduct foreign policy against their territorial lord, though they sometimes did. These fault lines will become ever more apparent as we go forward with our history. This week we will get a first glimpse at what will lead to the ultimate demise of the League as we get into the year 1388, a year when the cities face off against three of the most powerful political entities in Northern Europe, the kingdom of England, the county of Flanders and the Republic of Novgorod. The music for the show is Flute Sonata in E-flat major, H.545 by Carl Phillip Emmanuel Bach (or some claim it as BWV 1031 Johann Sebastian Bach) performed and arranged by Michel Rondeau under Common Creative Licence 3.0.As always:Homepage with maps, photos, transcripts and blog: www.historyofthegermans.comFacebook: @HOTGPod Twitter: @germanshistoryInstagram: history_of_the_germansReddit: u/historyofthegermansPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/Historyofthegermans
This episode it's time for our Summer 2023 Media Update! We talk about chairs, orangutans, weird music, and 17 novellas! Plus, lots more! You can download the podcast directly, find it on Libsyn, or get it through Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or your favourite podcast delivery system. In this episode Anna Ferri | Meghan Whyte | Matthew Murray | Jam Edwards Media & Things we Talked About Meghan Graphic Novels L'Esprit du camp by Cab, Michel Falardo Friday by Ed Brubaker, Marcos Martín, coloured by Muntsa Vicente Birds of Maine by Michael DeForge Looking at Stuff Saving Time: Discovering a Life Beyond the Clock by Jenny Odell A Sand County Almanac and Sketches Here and There by Aldo Leopold, Charles W. Schwartz (illustrator) Outside Lies Magic: Regaining History and Awareness in Everyday Places by John R. Stilgoe Novellas Wayward Children by Seanan McGuire The Singing Hills Cycle by Nghi Vo Voidwitch Saga by Corey J. White Matthew Ducks by Kate Beaton Weird Music Venjent - Flowin' with the Vibe Venjent - Tapping Away Venjent - Create Machines Jacek Dzwonowsk - Triple concerto for faucet, water pipes and fiddle Boys Noize & Pussy Riot - "Chastity" feat. Alice Glass “Put it in a dick cage” Yakuza 0 (Wikipedia) Jam Captain Disillusion Orangutan Card Trick DEBUNK Corridor Crew VFX Artists React to Bad & Great CGi 57 (Ft. Captain Disillusion) VFX Artists React to Amazing Movie Props With Adam Savage! The Girl I Am, Was, and Will Never Be: A Speculative Memoir of Transracial Adoption by Shannon Gibney Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (Wikipedia) ‘Breath of the Wild' is the Zelda Adventure I've Always Wanted by Austin Walker Anna Classy with Jonathan Menjivar LoadingReadyRun - Swap & Shop - Selling Edition Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art Photos of chairs (on Matthew's Instagram account) Cultish: The Language of Fanaticism by Amanda Montell 18 Non-Fiction Military Books by BIPOC Authors Every month Book Club for Masochists: A Readers' Advisory Podcasts chooses a genre at random and we read and discuss books from that genre. We also put together book lists for each episode/genre that feature works by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, & People of Colour) authors. All of the lists can be found here. Transformed: A Navy SEAL's Unlikely Journey from the Throne of Africa, to the Streets of the Bronx, to Defying All Odds by Remi Adeleke A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier by Ishmael Beah Unbecoming: A Memoir of Disobedience by Anuradha Bhagwati Infinite Hope: A Black Artist's Journey from World War II to Peace by Ashley Bryan Gabriel Dumont Speaks by Gabriel Dumont, translated by Michael Barnholden Body Counts: The Vietnam War and Militarized Refugees by Yen Le Espiritu They Called Us "Lucky": The Life and Afterlife of the Iraq War's Hardest Hit Unit by Ruben Gallego Knocking Down Barriers: My Fight for Black America by Truman K. Gibson Jr. Can't Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds by David Goggins Ira Hayes: The Akimel O'odham Warrior, World War II, and the Price of Heroism by Tom Holm Strong Hearts, Wounded Souls: Native American Veterans of the Vietnam War by Tom Holm Sounding Thunder: The Stories of Francis Pegahmagabow by Brian D. McInnes The First and Only Memoir By One of the Original Navajo Code Talkers of WWII by Chester Nez Duty, Honour and Izzat: From Golden Fields to Crimson - Punjab's Brothers in Arms in Flanders by Steven Purewal Call Me Chef, Dammit!: A Veteran's Journey from the Rural South to the White House by Andre Rush The Art of War by Sun Tzu From the Tundra to the Trenches by Eddy Weetaltuk Now Let Me Fly: A Portrait of Eugene Bullard by Ronald Wimberly Give us feedback! Fill out the form to ask for a recommendation or suggest a genre or title for us to read! Check out our Tumblr, follow us on Instagram, join our Facebook Group, or send us an email! Join us again on Tuesday, September 5th when we'll be discussing the format of Lyric Poetry! Then on Tuesday, September 19th it's time for our One Book One Podcast as we discuss the novel Upright Women Wanted by Sarah Gailey!
First, "the Pride of St. Louis Tennis," Gus Tettamble, discusses his tennis journey including his early beginning, his tough decision to quit basketball, winning state his senior season, and his redshirt year at University of Tulsa. Then, Tettamble and Dave review the Edwardsville Futures Pro Circuit Tennis Tournament, which concluded the day before. Dave outlines the event including the the community involvement efforts, and Tettamble assesses his performance in the singles and doubles events. Next, the guys from the "3 Stooges Competition BBQ Team" are in the studio to talk all things competition BBQ! Mark, Jason, "Hot Rod," and Chris describe the what, why, how, and when of their 4-year meat smoking odyssey including their affinity for Fireball, "Busch Latte," and time together.
Concrete bunkers - pillboxes - are an iconic symbol of the Great War, and in this episode we look at the book 'The Pillboxes of Flanders' published in the 1930s, examine their history and use, and then visit some of the surviving examples of bunkers around Ypres. Support the show
Seventeen months after Russia invaded Ukraine, millions of Ukrainians remain scattered around the world, with no end to the war in sight. Many of those who fled are women and children. Unless they return when the fighting is over, some of the damage inflicted on their country's economy may become permanent. On this season's final episode of Stephanomics, Kyiv bureau chief Daryna Krasnolutska explains why women are so critical to Ukraine's recovery. Most men age 18-60 aren't allowed to leave the country, which explains why 68% of Ukrainian refugees are women. Of them, some 2.8 million are working-age. Host Stephanie Flanders talks with Bloomberg Economist Alexander Isakov, who estimates that Ukraine's economy would lose $20 billion a year, or about 10% of its pre-war GDP, should none of them return. The government, which says it needs 4.5 million workers to achieve its reconstruction goals, is working on incentives, including narrowing the gender pay gap, to lure them back. Flanders also chats with Marta Foresti, a senior fellow from the Overseas Development Institute in London, who discusses the importance of refugees (especially women) to their home economies, as well as her experience of working with returnees to Sierra Leone after its decade-long civil war.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Outtakes from WEE #158: The Podcast of Record, including a discussion about the new Guardians of the Galaxy movie. Why are we covering "Flanders' Ladder"? Has L.A. jaded Jack? When does Dan say his best stuff? Who should they replace Kang with? Who caught Jack masturbating? All that plus Dan's Pennsylvania accents, Porn City, and a man doing a man's thing. www.weepodcast.com
This week we begin our new season covering the films of Bong Joon-ho. We start with the beginning of Bong's feature film career, "Barking Dogs Never Bite" or "Dog of Flanders." We cover the influences going into this initial feature from traumatic childhood experiences to books and films. After we cover the history of the film, we dive into an at-length discussion of the film's plot points and trivia. Finally, we each create a double bill including the film and another we think is thematically linked. Thank you so much for listening!Created by Spike Alkire & Jake KelleyTheme Song by Breck McGoughFollow us on twitter @DoubleBillChil1 https://twitter.com/DoubleBillChil1Letterboxd: FartsDomino44
The Vital MX 'MXGP Podcast Show' from the thirteenth round of the 2023 FIM Motocross World Championship, which covers all that occurred at the Grand Prix of Flanders. Hosts Lewis Phillips and Adam Wheeler reflect on Lommel, with support from Polisport and FXR.
Welcome to Antwerp, Belgium! Antwerp is one of the oldest cities in Belgium and is in the Flanders region. It is known for its stunning architecture, vibrant culture, and delicious cuisine. This vibrant city is located on the banks of the Scheldt River and is home to some of the most incredible sights in all of Europe.I (Natalie) visited in the Fall of 2021 with my family. I have a great uncle who lives there, and my parents, my sister, my niece, and I visited him and this beautiful city. We started the day by taking the train from Brussels to Antwerp to meet my great-uncle at a cafe for some delicious coffee and treats. The station in Antwerp is one of the most unique and beautiful in the country! My great-uncle took us all around! We walked around the main square, but we stayed pretty much in the same area, aside from when we went to walk along the river for a little bit. The weather was frigid that day! We stayed for a short time, but it was fun to see such a historic city, meet my great-uncle, and spend time with him. It was fun to see how similar he was to my grandma, and he and my dad enjoyed speaking in Dutch with each other, although his English is excellent! That's the case for most of the Dutch and Flemish people. Antwerp is one of the oldest cities in Belgium and is known for its stunning architecture, vibrant culture, and delicious cuisine! Lots of good Flemish dishes to be had. Including Flemish stew! We ate lunch at a restaurant near the Cathedral of Our Lady, which we spent a while touring. The cathedral was built in 1352! The cultural scene in Antwerp is vibrant and alive. The city is home to numerous festivals and events throughout the year that celebrate the art and culture of the city. Visitors can explore the city's many art galleries, music venues, and theaters. Antwerp is also home to some of the best restaurants in Belgium. Whether you're looking for traditional Belgian dishes or something more exotic, Antwerp has something for everyone.Antwerp is also a great place to shop. The city is home to numerous high-end boutiques, designer stores, and unique shops. Shopping in Antwerp is a great way to get a feel for the city and experience the local culture.Fun WW2 fact: Antwerp is a deep-water inland port close to Germany. It is connected to the North Sea via the river Scheldt, allowing ocean-going ships to be passed. Following the destruction of Rotterdam in 1940, Antwerp was the largest surviving port in Western Europe and the obvious choice to support an invasion of Germany - helping the Allied powers win the war! Whether you're looking to explore the city's history and culture, enjoy the vibrant nightlife, or shop till you drop, Antwerp is the perfect destination. So don't miss out on the chance to visit this amazing city!
This show is made possible by you! To become a sustaining member go to LauraFlanders.org/donate Thank you for your continued support!Description: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed in 1990, a significant milestone in the fight for civil rights, with a vision of inclusion and respect for people with disabilities. But ableism, or discrimination in favor of able-bodied people, persists, affecting the one in four Americans with a disability. What does ableism mean and why is it still a prominent problem? Anita Cameron and Keith Jones, leaders in the disability rights and disability justice movements, have answers.Cameron, who has been arrested nearly 150 times, participated in the "Capitol Crawl" for the passage of the ADA in 1990 and, later in 2017, she was part of the widely-publicized Rotunda Takeover with the disability advocacy group, ADAPT, to protest proposed Medicaid cuts. Her influential writings shed light on topics like ableism in media and the intersection of ableism and mental health. She currently heads the Minority Outreach at "Not Dead Yet", an organization committed to fighting ableism, or discrimination veiled as physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia of persons with disabilities.As an African-American activist, entrepreneur, and father living with cerebral palsy, Keith Jones advocates for quality independent living for persons with disabilities. He also strives for equal access to housing, education, and voting rights - for all. In addition to his human rights work, Jones is the founder of SoulTouchin' Experiences and has earned an Emmy award for his song "Rising Phoenix," a documentary about the Paralympic Games. This far-ranging feature, timed to coincide with the signing of the ADA on July 25, 1990, concludes with a commentary by Flanders.“The lives of people with disabilities are so regulated, we don't have true autonomy. I can guarantee you that the access to healthcare, reproductive rights and all of that, we disabled women have to fight for that access anyway.” - Anita Cameron“They like to either say, you're disabled or you're a woman, you're disabled or you're queer, you're disabled or you're Black. That's not the case. We are an intricate mosaic of identities.” - Keith JonesGuests:Anita Cameron: Disability Justice Activist; Director of Minority Outreach, Not Dead YetKeith Jones: Human Rights & Disability Justice Activist; President, SoulTouchin' Experiences Full Episode Notes are located HERE. They include related episodes, articles, and more.Music In the Middle: “So Hip Hop” by Fezo de Mad One featuring Toni Kickman courtesy of the artist and Soul Touchin' Experiences. And additional music included- "In and Out" and "Steppin" by Podington Bear FOLLOW The Laura Flanders ShowTwitter: twitter.com/thelfshow Facebook: facebook.com/theLFshow Instagram: instagram.com/thelfshow/YouTube: youtube.com/@thelfshow ACCESSIBILITY - This episode is available with closed captioned by clicking here for our YouTube Channel
Romain Febvre, Jorge Prado, Glenn Coldenhoff, Jeremy Seewer, Calvin Vlaanderen, Mitch Evans, Lars van Berkel, Liam Everts, Kevin Horgmo and Andrea Adamo discuss all that happened at round thirteen of the 2023 FIM Motocross World Championship.
This week, Dan and Jack celebrate a (very) delayed birthday bash by watching season 29's Flanders' Ladder, an episode where Bart is in a coma and talks to ghosts. Is this episode a birthday gift or a birthday curse? What is the biggest betrayal since Dylan went electric? Who did Ron DeSantis have a grudge against in Yale Law School? What is the only food Little Ghost Girl can eat? Who is the only Alan? Are you Crash Bandicoot? All that plus Captain Planet's origin, VCR nostalgia, Big Ladder, the ol' cheapo tier, fleeting yums, Hans Zimmer's Ricola theme, and Jack & Dan ranking the Scream films. Visit us at: www.weepodcast.com Buy Our Junk at: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/the-official-wee-studios-store Discuss at: www.reddit.com/r/worstepisodeever Support us at: https://www.patreon.com/weestudios Sign up for the newsletter at: newsletter.weepodcast.com
A combination of jerk, dumb and caring Homer brings us back to the best overall season with the latest in the countdown. We break it down as usual and also talk camping out for concerts, social media and sports things. Plus more of the usual going off topic that you have come to expect with us as we continue to countdown the top 100 Simpsons Episodes of all time.
Episode 54 - Jack Flanders - Crime Scene Today on Lone Star Community Radio Our guest today is Jack Flanders, who will enlighten us about the role of a fingerprint examiner, including the necessary educational qualifications and the daily responsibilities involved. Furthermore, Jack will share his fascinating research involving infrared photography, bandpass filters, and lasers. He will delve into the techniques employed when dealing with challenging surfaces and emphasize the importance of utilizing every available tool to obtain identifiable fingerprints. Crime Scene Today is every Thursday at 11AM on irlonestar.com Donate to Crime Scene Today - https://irlonestar.kindful.com/?campaign=1235169 For more information on the show visit https://irlonestar.com/cst Contact us today at http://www.crimescenetoday.com/ ===== This show is owned and produced by Lone Star Community Radio. For more information on sponsorships and other shows, please visit them online at https://irlonestar.com
This week we will kick off with the string of cities along the Baltic Coast from Lübeck up to Königsberg (modern day Kaliningrad). Who founded them and why? And why so many? Who were the people who came to live there, how did they organise themselves and most importantly, what did they produce and what did they trade? We will dwell on the most splendid of those, Gdansk or Danzig in German, the one city in the Baltic that could give Lübeck a run for its money, a place that developed as six separate cities and only became one entity in the late 15th century. And as we talk about Gdansk, we will also talk about the Vistula River, Europe's nineth longest that connected Gdansk not just to many of Poland's great cities, but also to the agricultural wealth of the Prussia of the Teutonic Knights, to the Ukraine and to ancient Lithuania. And all that foodstuff is put on ships and goes to the growing cities of Flanders, the Rhineland, England, Northern France and even Spain. For the first time since the fall of the Roman empire do we hear about large scale grain shipments that sustain urban centres, urban centres that couldn't otherwise exist.But grain is not the only thing that the Hansa become famous for. The other is Germany's most popular drink and best-known export, beer. The economics there are even more fascinating, since people did not only drink vast quantities of beer in the Middle Ages, they also cared a lot about where it came from, and Einbecker was Europe's favourite beer. The music for the show is Flute Sonata in E-flat major, H.545 by Carl Phillip Emmanuel Bach (or some claim it as BWV 1031 Johann Sebastian Bach) performed and arranged by Michel Rondeau under Common Creative Licence 3.0.As always:Homepage with maps, photos, transcripts and blog: www.historyofthegermans.comFacebook: @HOTGPod Twitter: @germanshistoryInstagram: history_of_the_germansReddit: u/historyofthegermansPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/HistoryofthegermansFor this episode I again reliedheavily on:Philippe Dollinger: Die Hanse –definitely my go-to-book for this seasonDie Hanse, Lebenswirklichkeit und Mythos, herausgegeben von Jürgen Bracker,Volker Henn and Rainer PostelRolf Hammel-Kieslow: Die Hanse
Matt Flanders is a visionary entrepreneur with a passion for creating sustainable businesses that make a positive impact on the world. As the founder of GREENIX pest control and elite accommodation, he has demonstrated his ability to turn ideas into successful ventures. With a real-estate portfolio that includes short-term rentals and raw land, Matt is dedicated to generating wealth while giving back to the communities he serves. Visit His Socials To Know More About Him! instagram.com/gogreenix instagram.com/flandersfamilytoday youtube.com/@flandersfamilytoday 0:00 - Intro 01:26 - Meet Matt Flanders And How He Started 09:07 - How Matt Sold His Company And Do Door-Door Sales 12:49 - Door-Door Sales To Closed Accounts Ratio 15:04 - The Best Neighborhood For Your Door-Door Sales 16:00 - Difference Between Matt's Company To His Competitors 19:46 - Matt Company's Sales And Fulfillment 20:55 - Handling The Sales, Fulfillment, and Service 26:40 - Has America Being Covered By Door-Door Pest Control Companies? 28:45 - How Does Matt Hire People For His Company? 31:10 - How Many Locations And Teams Do Matt Have Now? 32:31 - How Does Matt Scale Up His Company? 33:56 - How Does Door-Door Sales Work? 35:01 - Tips For Following Up Clients 37:26 - Scaling Up His Technicians 39:12 - Offering Education For His Technicians 41:53 - What Does The KPI For His Technicians? 44:12 - How Does The Pest Service Sales Work? 47:18 - Technician Vs. Sales Person In Pest Control Service 48:48 - Referrals And Commissions 51:14 - Solving All His Debt Problem? 54:03 - Motivating His Technicians? 57:00 - Giving Opportunity To His People 1:00:40 - Focusing In Acquiring New Accounts Vs. Current Accounts 1:03:12 - Matt's Formula To Have Stable Company, 100 Million Company Goal 1:05:58 - What Will Happen If You Stop Acquiring New Accounts For 1 year? 1:08:49 - Door-Door Sales To Other Sales Strategies 1:11:50 - Why Does Matt Choose To Work With Someone Near Him? 1:13:58 - Why Does Pest Control Service Make Faster Cash Flow? 1:16:48 - How Does Matt Start His Pest Control Company? 1:18:28 - How Does Matt Scale Up His Company? 1:20:40 - Difference Between Terminex And Greenix 1:22:47 - Spiderman Pest Control 1:24:52 - How He Started Greenix? 1:28:11 - Company Partners 1:33:37 - Slowly Automate His Business Responsibilities 1:36:11 - Milestones, Equity, And Company Shares 1:38:49 - Preventing His People To Leave His Company 1:40:36 - Matt's Build His Real Estate Portfolio 1:43:45 - Managing Other's Airbnb vs. Acquiring New Property 1:45:38 - Matt's 20 Million Real Estate Portfolio 1:47:55 - How Does a Business Owner Handle Their Company Cash Flow? 1:49:51 - Does The Top Business People In The World Have Real Estate Property? 1:53:11 - Matt's Recommendation For Small Business Owners 1:55:06 - Interest Rate And Inflation Rate 1:56:57 - Paying Everything In Cash 1:58:30 - Matt's 7 years Sweet Spot 2:00:45 - Impact Of Selling Half Of Greenix 2:03:48 - Greenix Business Partners 2:06:45 - Selling Equity 2:07:38 - Freeing Himself From Company Responsibilities 2:09:59 - How Does His Company Survive From Covid? 2:11:42 - How Does His Salespeople Sell For Other Companies? 2:12:43 - Selling A Different Product Other Than Their Own Product 2:14:12 - Matt's Cruising Plans 2:18:05 - Matt's Cruising Experience To Atlantic Ocean 2:20:31 - Family Setup In Their Cruising Life 2:22:57 - How Often Does Matt Work? 2:24:08 - How He Fund His Current Lifestyle? 2:25:24 - Passing 100 Million/Year Goal 2:26:07 - Matt's Christian Journey 2:29:14 - Applying His Mission Being A Christian To His Company 2:31:13 - Circle Of Friends? 2:33:09 - LIA's Mission 2:36:40 - The Role Of His Partner In His Life 2:39:25 - Matt's Daily Routine, Prayer Routine 2:43:46 - Matt's Relationship With God Before And After 2:45:24 - What Does Matt Wants To Tell With His Past? 2:47:55 - Find More About Matt Flanders 2:49:10 - Outro
Today I am joined by Speech and Language Pathologist Lachana Flanders! We dive into how important a SLP is and what exactly they do! We also speak on major life transitions and finding yourself again in the process. To connect with Lachana visit her website below! Connect with Lachana: Click Here Connect with Daily Dimensions: Click Here
Covid-19 was supposed to mean the end of the city as we know it. Buzzing urban centers would give way to boarded-up ghost towns as white-collar employees worked from home in perpetuity. Now, two months after the pandemic's end, it's clear that dystopian vision won't come to pass. But among the best-known cities, winners and losers are emerging. Some have people and riches flowing in while others struggle to recover. On this week's episode of Stephanomics, we start off in Dubai, a popular destination for wealthy Russians who fled when Vladimir Putin launched his war on Ukraine. Bloomberg Television anchor Manus Cranny tells host Stephanie Flanders about the city's massive increases in rent, and in particular his own experience. It's a similar story in Singapore, says Bloomberg Senior Reporter Michelle Jamrisko. As Xi Jinping pushes his “common prosperity” mandate at home, the richest Chinese are looking to protect their assets by pouring money into the city-state. The influx of wealth has in turn turbocharged rents and restaurant prices, all at the expense of a shrinking middle class. When it comes to the losers in this post-pandemic shakeout, look no further than San Francisco. Once the glittering high-tech hotbed of wild wealth and exorbitant real estate, the outflow of people and money exacerbated by the recent tech downturn may have done irrevocable damage, says California Bureau Chief Karen Breslau. Flanders speaks with her and Bloomberg Opinion columnist Justin Fox about how San Francisco's fate compares with other US cities, many of which are managing to climb back.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When Venetian merchant Pietro Quirini left Crete for Flanders in 1432, little did he know that his voyage would take him much further afield. We follow the unfortunate Venetian as he and his crew struggle their way through poor shipbuilding, storms, starvation and desolate environments. The story also includes a guest appearance by one of our favourite characters in the main narrative so far! Quirini also manages to capture the culinary imagination of his fellow Italians on his return...
In this episode, Flanders takes a chance on a new business venture but Homer tries to stand in his way. Also on this episode we discuss the following: - We call out "listener" Nikki - Updates on MMC "leftovers" - 90's Kids Varity show talk - Patrick compares the Bravo Network to the Nazis - Is there anything worse than a sunburn slapper? - Ways the Simpsons can be used to teach a lesson - Bryan reveals that not only is the CFL real but he also discusses what a rouge is and who knew that DMX was a big CFL fan - Cori's lefthanded trauma - Our thoughts on Itchy and Scratchy - We learn how to dance the Bartman - Thoughts on Akira
Filmmaker Pierre Drouot is de man die mee verantwoordelijk was voor het succes van de ‘Belgian Cinema from Flanders'. Als intendant van het Vlaams Audiovisueel Fonds zorgde hij jarenlang voor een nieuwe wind in de Belgische filmsector. Toen hij afzwaaide, was hij te gast in 'Touché'. Toevallig ook de dag waarop bekendraakte dat operadirecteur Gerard Mortier bezweken was aan kanker.
During the course of WW1 over 34 million maps were produced by the Royal Engineers and the Ordnance Survey. From primitive beginnings, by the end of the war, the British Army was in possession of the finest and most accurate maps of any of the combatant nations.How did this happen and who were these men? We look at the work of the Field Survey Companies commanded by the meticulous Bovril drinking Major E M Jack, who assembled a crack team of surveyors and cartographers to undertake the massive task of surveying the Western Front. Using skills such as aerial photography, sound ranging, flash spotting and the scientific skills of a Nobel Prize winning physicist, Jack's team produced exceptionally detailed maps.To meet demand the Ordnance Survey launched a new team of map-making experts the OBOS in France, whose output was prodigious. We hear the story of a gallant RFC officer whose illegal use of a camera revolutionised aerial photographic interpretation, hear the unfortunate fate of the first survey party to be sent out into No Mans Land, and meet Lt. Henry "Crystal Ball" Rowbotham, the so-called Astrologer of Flanders. Support the podcast:https://www.patreon.com/footstepsofthefallenhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/footstepsblog
Flanders worries that he hasn't lived a day in his life so enlists Homer to show him how to have a good time. They go to Vegas, marry cocktail waitresses and the rest is a classically hilarious Simpsons ep. On the podcast, Nathan (aka Poochie) fills in for Andy this week following a pay dispute proving we don't need him at all any more. Nah we're sending our love to Chloe who's not well. xoxo. [Synopsis at 8:55]
Marge tries to convince Flanders to be more relaxed with his sons' safety, which is super relatable for Dando as a father of two small kids. Meanwhile, Bart is held captive by a gorilla who misses her baby, yet apparently nobody in Springfield wants to do anything about it? A weird B-plot but an overall enjoyable episode.This episode is sponsored by Australia's #1 Pop Culture Expo, Supanova, get your tickets today at supanova.com.auSupport the Four Finger Discount Network for EARLY & AD-FREE access to every show we produce, as well as 100 hours of exclusive content! Join the FFD family today at patreon.com/fourfingerdiscountCHECK OUT OUR OTHER PODCASTS:Toon'd In! with Jim Cummings - spreaker.com/show/toond-in-with-jim-cummingsGoin' Down To South Park - spreaker.com/show/goin-down-to-south-parkSpeaKing Of The Hill - spreaker.com/show/speaking-of-the-hill-a-king-of-the-hill-Talking Seinfeld - spreaker.com/show/talking-seinfeldThe One About Friends - spreaker.com/show/the-one-about-friends-podcastThe Office Talk - spreaker.com/show/the-office-talk-podcastThis 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/5828977/advertisement
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This week Emma and James are joined by Lizzie Deignan, arguably Britain's most successful female cyclist since Beryl Burton... whom Lizzie just happened to grow up nearby to. Now riding for Trek-Segafredo, Lizzie's palmares includes World Champ stripes, the Tour of Flanders, Liège-Bastogne-Liège, the Women's Tour, Strade Bianche and of course the first ever women's Paris-Roubaix in 2021. And those are just the highlights.We spoke to Lizzie on the eve of the Ride London Classique, which marked her return to racing on British soil after having her second child. The interview took place in a hotel cafe, so apologies for the background noise - we hope it's not too distracting.Our chat begins at 5m 17secsSpecial thanks to bicycle insurers Cycleplan for setting up the interview.Did you know Cyclist is also stunning monthly magazine? And if you subscribe now you'll receive a FREE Sportful Hot Pack Easylight Gilet worth £75!Subscribe here: store.cyclist.co.uk/cycpod_________This episode is supported by H.V.M.N, the creators of Ketone-IQ.We hear a lot about ketones in the pro peloton, but what are they?According to the experts H.V.M.N, ketones are a natural source of fuel for your body. When stored carbs are depleted, your body starts to convert fat into ketones. Studies show that ketones are 28% more efficient than glucose, making them a super-efficient fuel source for the brain and the body.These benefits led H.V.M.N to create Ketone-IQ: a drinkable ketone designed to support energy, focus and endurance.Developed alongside the U.S. military, Ketone-IQ is one of the most powerful ketone supplements on the market. It's designed to elevate your ketone levels for up to 4 hours – much longer than other products. Plus, it's vegan, caffeine free, and compliant with the World Anti-Doping Agency's guidelines. That's a major win for athletes.Ketone-IQ Shots are the best way to get your ketones on the go. They're portable, convenient, and fit perfectly in your pocket during a ride or a race.You can save 20% on Ketone-IQ using the promo code CYCLIST at https://hvmn.com/CYCLIST?To learn more about achieving your ultimate metabolic potential, subscribe to H.V.M.N's podcast 'Health Via Modern Nutrition with Dr. Latt Mansor' on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube. See hvmn.com for more details_________Click here for more on the Cyclist Magazine PodcastClick here to subscribe to Cyclist Magazine now Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Editor-in-Chief of OnePeterFive Timothy Flanders exposes the worst 'Deep Church' plans and operations from the globalist Pope Francis Regime. From Pachamama worship in the Vatican, shadow 'Deep Church' actors, and the Synodal acceptance of sin, Pope Francis' pontificate has been filled with confusion, division, and misinformation deceiving faithful Catholics. Flanders and the entire OnePeterFive team are sounding the alarm against dangers in the time of Pope Francis. Join John-Henry Westen as he goes one-on-one with Timothy Flanders to find out why he converted to the Catholic Faith — and why he continues to remain in the Catholic Church.The John-Henry Westen Show airs nightly Monday through Thursday at 8:00 PM ET at LifeSiteNews, reporting on the biggest attacks against the Culture of Life including the New World Order, the Great Reset, and the One World Religion. Globalist stories silenced and cancelled by the mainstream media are fully exposed —unfiltered against Big Tech censorship — including Pope Francis' globalist allegiance to the LGBT agenda, the World Economic Forum, and so much more. John-Henry Westen and his guests offer unique and faith-filled answers to life's most difficult questions facing the pro-life and pro-family fight to build a Culture of Life — including answers to prayer, discerning God's will, deciphering ancient Biblical prophecies, understanding end-times revelation, and how to be faithful Catholics in a sinful world. These stories are fundamental to the faith and future of Catholics everywhere, and are seen only at LifeSiteNews.LOVE LIFESITE? LOVE BEING PRO-LIFE? GET THE FIRST AND ONLY LIMITED EDITION PRO-LIFE SILVER ROUND FROM LIFESITENEWS: https://www.stjosephpartners.com/lifesite-silver-round SHOP ALL YOUR FUN AND FAVORITE LIFESITE MERCH!https://shop.lifesitenews.com/ HELP US FIGHT THE CENSORSHIP OF BIG TECH: https://give.lifesitenews.com/ Connect with us on social media:LifeSite: https://linktr.ee/lifesitenewsJohn-Henry Westen: https://linktr.ee/jhwestenMusicbed: MB01VABDEL85M7I Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode we look at a weapon that came to symbolise the First World War - Poison Gas. We look at the history behind its use, the story of the 'Birth of Chemical Warfare' at Ypres in April 1915 and what measures were made to protect soldiers against the gas, as well seeing what can be found of this history on the battlefield today.Support the show
In this episode recorded in Ypres, we look at the renovations at the Menin Gate Memorial, discuss what Memorials to the Missing mean to us, and then walk to Ypres Town Cemetery following the stories of English Lords, members of the Royal Family, and seeing how the graves themselves are witnesses to the Great War. Support the show
This week our man Michael Irving, creator of "Worst. Simpsons Collection. Ever" joined us to discuss 'Hurricane Neddy', an absolute banger that is probably the best Flanders episode of all time.Check out Supanova Expo Australia this June at the following dates:June 17-18: Sydney Showground Olympic ParkJune 24-25: Perth Convention & Exhibition CentreSupport the Four Finger Discount Network for EARLY & AD-FREE access to every show we produce, as well as 100 hours of exclusive content! Join the FFD family today at patreon.com/fourfingerdiscountCHECK OUT OUR OTHER PODCASTS:Goin' Down To South Park - https://www.spreaker.com/show/goin-down-to-south-parkSpeaKing Of The Hill - spreaker.com/show/speaking-of-the-hill-a-king-of-the-hill-Talking Seinfeld - spreaker.com/show/talking-seinfeldThe One About Friends - spreaker.com/show/the-one-about-friends-podcastThe Office Talk - spreaker.com/show/the-office-talk-podcastThis 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/5828977/advertisement
Bruges, Belgium, is an absolutely charming city located in the northwest of the small country of Belgium. It is the capital of West Flanders and is a popular tourist destination for people from all over the world! I [Natalie] have had the chance to visit twice (when I took my trips to Belgium to see my sister and her family), and it's one of my favorite cities in all of Europe. The first time I visited was with my parents in November 2021, and the second time was in September 2022 with my cousin Amber and her husband. Bruges is in the Flemish part of Brussels, so they do not speak French there. Flemish is similar to Dutch! Like many European cities, it has been around a very long time, and there are areas in the city, as well as structures, that date back to times as early as the 400s.The city is a perfect combination of old-world charm and modern amenities. People can explore its cobblestone streets, beautiful canals, and historic sites. The most famous and stunning part of the city, in my opinion, is the main market area. It's open and surrounded by beautiful buildings, restaurants, and the large Bruges Belfry, a 13th-century bell tower. With the town being relatively small, it's not hard to see it! It is the tallest structure in the city and offers stunning views of the city and its surroundings. You can climb it to the top or just enjoy it from the market. One of my favorite things during my first trip there was a boat ride through the canals! My parents and I hopped in a boat, similar to what you might ride when in Venice, but not a gondola. The boats fit closer to 15 people. We chose to tour the city this way instead of the free walking tour. The second time I visited, I did the free walking tour! Both were wonderful ways to learn about the city.Both times I visited, I enjoyed some of the city's most notable treats, including; Flemish Stew, hot chocolate from The Old Chocolate House, bitterballen, and gluhwein. Flemish Stew is a famous dish in the Flemish culture. It is a beef and onion stew made with a beer-based broth. Mussels are a Belgian staple, as well! The Old Chocolate House is a highlight!! I recommend stopping there if you travel to Bruges. It is a super cozy tea room and shop where you can get chocolate, tea, waffles, biscuits, and other sweets. They are most well known for their famous and unique hot chocolate, where they serve a huge mug of steaming hot milk, and you pick your choice of a chocolate creation that you put into the milk, and then with a personal whisk, you stir it in. It melts, and there you go! I got a hazelnut chocolate one, and my cousin's husband got a dark chocolate one. Bitterballen is made of roux (a mixture of flour and fat cooked together) and meat, then covered in breading and deep fried, served with mustard, typically. It's also popular in Holland! My family on my dad's side is Dutch, so this treat was not new to me. But, so, so delicious! Gluehwein is a drink that combines red wine, cloves, cinnamon, sugar, and a host of other aromatic spices to create a soothing warm drink for a cold winter evening.Brugge is full of beautiful swans! The river is packed, and the green areas are packed - they are everywhere. The legend of why there are so many swans is fun to share. In the late 1400s, the ruler of Brugge, Emperor Maximilian, imposed intense taxes on the citizens. They didn't like this, so they revolted, and while the Emperor was locked away, they tortured and beheaded his bailiff and trusted counselor, Pieter Lanchals, who was referred to as Long Neck. The legend says that the Emperor eventually escaped and avenged the local people by forcing them to keep ‘long necks', or swans, on the canals for eternity. In reality, however, swans have been swimming on the canals since the beginning of the 15th century, when they were seen as a status symbol of the city's power and wealth.No matter what time of year you visit, Brugge is sure to be a memorable destination. From its stunning architecture and canals to its delicious beer and food, Brugge is a city that will captivate visitors for days. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or a family vacation, Brugge is an ideal destination!
After his superiors have all been killed in a terrible battle in Flanders, Indy now finds himself in charge of the Belgian 9th Infantry. Then later pairing with the French 14th Company in Somme. In a failed escape attempt after being captured, Indy is sent to a maximum security prison on the Danube at Dunstersadt where he meets a young Charles De Gaulle
This is the story of the first real battles of the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) in World War I. Carrying out his third operation of the German Spring Offensive, General Erich Ludendorff is hoping to distract the French before delivering a KO punch to the Brits farther north in Flanders. But this offensive is going far too well to let up. German troops are advancing rapidly down here. This mere diversion has taken them to Château-Thierry on the banks of the Marne River! Erich can't help but think that, with Paris a mere 50 miles away, maybe this is the course to press. The Brits are spent. The French are spent. The Italians are spent. The Americans are growing in number but still wildly untrained. Can these smooth-faced American youth, so unfamiliar with war, really make the difference in stopping the German war machine's forward advance? Can they take Cantigny? Will they hold at Château-Thierry? Will the US Marines continue the fight, even as they see an unprecedented loss of lives in a small cluster of trees known as Belleau Wood? We'll find out. ___ 4 Ways to dive deeper into History That Doesn't Suck Join our growing facebook community Get our weekly newsletter, The Revolution Become part of the HTDS Patreon family Subscribe to Greg's monthly newsletter, Connected History Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Here we wrap up the main sequence of the Spanish Armada story. As all hope of a rendezvous with Parma has been lost, Medina Sidonia has no choice but to bring his ships north around Scotland and Ireland, and then back on the long journey south back to Spain. We bid farewell to Drake, Recalde, Frobisher, the Valdes cousins, and all of the other friends we've made along the way. Sources:Allingham, Hugh. "The Spanish Armada: A Spanish Captain's Experiences in Ulster in 1588: A Reminiscence (With Notes)." Ulster Journal of Archaeology, vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 178 - 194. Flanagan, Laurence. "The Irish Legacy of the Armada." Archaeology Ireland, vol. 2, no. 4, Winter 1988, pp. 145 - 149Hanson, Neil. The Confident Hope of a Miracle. Knopf, 2003. Howarth, David. The Voyage of the Armada. Penguin, 1982.Jensen, De Lamar. “The Spanish Armada: The Worst-Kept Secret in Europe.” The Sixteenth Century Journal, vo. 19, no. 4, Winter 1988, pp. 621 - 641.Kelleher, Connie. "La Trinidad Valencera - 1588 Spanish wreck: results of the Underwater Archaeology Unit's work at the site 2004-6." The Journal of Irish Archaeology, vol. 20, pp. 123 - 139.Lowth, Cormac F. "Finds of the Spanish Armada." Dublin Historical Record, vol. 57, no. 1, Spring 2004, pp. 24 - 37. Mackie J.D. "Scotland and the Spanish Armada." The Scottish Historical Review, vol. 12, no. 45, Oct 1914, pp. 1 - 23. Martin, Colin and Geoffrey Parker. The Spanish Armada. Norton, 1988.Mattingly, Garrett. The Armada. Houghton Mifflin, 1959.Parker, Geoffrey. The Army of Flanders and the Spanish Road: 1567- 1659 2nd Edition. Cambridge, 2004.Thomas, Hugh. World Without End: Spain, Philip II, and the First Global Empire. Random House, 2014.Check out our Patreon here!Support the show
In today's episode we finally get closer to the history of the Hanseatic League. We will take a look at some of the fundamental changes in the Saxon policy towards the east that were ushered in during the reign of Lothar of Supplinburg and shaped events for a long period thereafter. It is in these decades that the Saxon magnates will realise that raiding and plundering of the lands east of the Elbe is no longer the financially most attractive option. A great organised migration from the overpopulated Rhineland, Holland and Flanders into Northern Germany begins.What we will look at specifically is the county of Holstein and its brand-new counts, the lords of Schauenburg. These ambitious and proactive family will develop these lands and found or re-found two of the most significant cities of the Hanseatic League, Lubeck and Hamburg. The music for the show is Flute Sonata in E-flat major, H.545 by Carl Phillip Emmanuel Bach (or some claim it as BWV 1031 Johann Sebastian Bach) performed and arranged by Michel Rondeau under Common Creative Licence 3.0.As always:Homepage with maps, photos, transcripts and blog: www.historyofthegermans.comFacebook: @HOTGPod Twitter: @germanshistoryInstagram: history_of_the_germansReddit: u/historyofthegermansPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/Historyofthegermans
Anne of Cleves is remembered as a comedy anecdote, a figure of mockery who repulsed King Henry VIII on first sight. But her reputation deserves to be rescued from this myth. In episode four of our new series on the dramatic marital history of England's most notorious monarch, Dr Elizabeth Norton and Dr Tracy Borman join Ellie Cawthorne to reveal how the so-called “Flanders mare” was in fact a much-admired woman with a full, fascinating and independent life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Catholic University of America Press recently launched a major new series: the English Critical Edition of the Works of Karol Wojtyła/John Paul II. The first volume of the series was a new translation of Wojtyła's 1969 book Person and Act, along with related essays. In Person and Act Wojtyła set forth the foundation of his blend of phenomenology, Thomism and personalism, a foundation underlying much of his other philosophical and theological writing. The first English translation is generally considered to be quite inaccurate, and, crucially, removed the Latin terms by which Wojtyła refers to the Thomistic and scholastic tradition, leading to a false impression that Wojtyła was much more of a pure phenomenologist and less of a Thomist than he really was. Thus the new translation by Gregorz Ignatik is a significant moment for the reception of Wojtyła/John Paul II's thought in the Anglosphere. In this episode, Timothy Flanders joins Thomas Mirus to discuss Person and Act as they attempt to boil down some of the key points of this rather challenging book, to set Wojtyła's philosophy in its intellectual, cultural, and religious context, and showing why his insights about human consciousness, the experience of morality, and the person are important for us as well. Points discussed include: How Wojtyła's use of phenomenology and personalism relates to the traditional Aristo-Thomistic anthropology The importance of phenomenological methods for the "healing of experience" and giving an objective account of the subjective Correcting modern errors about consciousness The concept of the person in relation to the traditional concept of human nature The need to integrate cognition with experience and the danger of the "emotionalization of consciousness" The centrality of morality to personhood Links The Meaning of Catholic https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaMoKEEA-KKDNgx3icjA36Q Person and Act and Related Essays https://www.cuapress.org/9780813233666/person-and-act-and-related-essays/ Recommended secondary sources: Accessible: Crosby, The Personalism of John Paul II https://www.amazon.com/Personalism-John-Paul-II/dp/1939773148 Jablonska, A Pope for All Seasons https://www.amazon.com/Pope-All-Seasons-Testimonies-Inspired/dp/1621388840 Less accessible: Buttiglione, Karol Wojtyla: The Thought of the Man Who Became Pope John Paul II https://www.amazon.com/Karol-Wojtyla-Thoughtof-Became-Thought-ebook/dp/B002BWPTOW Weigel, Witness to Hope: The Biography of Pope John Paul II https://www.amazon.com/Witness-Hope-Biography-Pope-John/dp/0062996010/ DONATE to make this show possible! http://catholicculture.org/donate/audio Go to Catholic Culture's website for tons of written content, including news, articles, liturgical year info, and a vast library of documents: https://www.catholicculture.org
The banking crisis that began in March continues to rapidly evolve. What started with the collapse of Silvergate Capital and Silicon Valley Bank went on to claim Signature Bank and push a vulnerable Credit Suisse into the arms of UBS. This week, another midsize California lender that couldn't find its footing also dropped, as First Republic was acquired by JPMorgan. In the first episode of this season, we catch you up on the turmoil in the financial sector and how it's straining US small businesses that rely on these banks for capital. Bloomberg reporter Mike Sasso takes us to Florida, where a couple that's trying to create a space for people to eat and drink while playing the fast-growing sport of pickleball is struggling to get an affordable loan. The topic dominated discussions at this week's Milken Institute conference in Los Angeles. Host Stephanie Flanders sat down with Milken Institute Chief Economist William Lee, who warns that cutting off small businesses from borrowing would hit the labor market almost directly. However, he says that's exactly what the Federal Reserve wants, as illustrated by a cycle of rate hikes that, after Wednesday's latest increase, may finally be at an end. And finally, Flanders speaks with Kristalina Georgieva, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, who said the banking crisis highlights the complacency of regulators when it comes to financial risk. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The spring classics draw to a close with the fourth Monument of the season, Liège-Bastogne-Liège. After a spring dominated by the sport's biggest names, La Doyenne, the oldest of the Monuments, was shaping up to be a showdown between Tadej Pogačar, winner of the Tour of Flanders, Amstel Gold Race and Flèche Wallonne, and reigning world champion and defending Liège champion, Remco Evenepoel. But how did it pan out? Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie discuss the action. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it's after 11am). Supersapiens Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com Science in Sport The Cycling Podcast has been supported since 2016 by Science In Sport. World leading experts in endurance nutrition. Go to scienceinsport.com to see the whole range. Beer52 This episode is sponsored by Beer52, curators of some of the best and most interesting beers from independent brewers all over the world. This month's theme is beers from Yorkshire in northern England. Get a free case of eight beers – just cover the cost of postage – from beer52.com/cycle MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. D Vine Cellars To order The Cycling Podcast Highlights case, or any of the cases commemorating the 2022 Grand Tours visit dvinecellars.com Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 60 exclusive episodes. The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
In this week's regular episode of The Cycling Podcast, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie are joined by long-time contributor François Thomazeau to reflect on Tadej Pogačar's Tour of Flanders victory at the weekend and look ahead to Paris-Roubaix. Since Flanders, debate has raged about whether Pog will one day complete cycling's “Monument Slam”. We discuss how much prestige should in fact be associated with such an achievement - and also revisit a few minor controversies thrown up by Sunday's race. After that, it's time to look forward to “The Hell of the North” and hear about a febrile backdrop of social unrest in France. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Supersapiens and Science in Sport. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast Sports Podcast Awards shortlist The Tour d'Écosse series has been shortlisted for the 2023 Sports Podcast Awards. It's a public vote so it's over to you. If you enjoyed the series and would like to vote, you can do so here. You need to create an account to vote and we are in the ‘wilderness' category. The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it's after 11am). Supersapiens Supersapiens is a continuous glucose monitoring system that helps you make the right fuelling choices. See supersapiens.com Science in Sport The Cycling Podcast has been supported since 2016 by Science In Sport. World leading experts in endurance nutrition. Go to scienceinsport.com to see the whole range. GCN+ Watch both the men's and women's Paris-Roubaix on GCN+ this weekend. The races – and all the major Classics – will be live and uninterrupted with GCN's ad-free coverage. Go to globalcyclingnetwork.com or download the GCN app on your device to make sure you never miss a moment. All UK listeners can save 15% on an annual subscription at gcn.eu/cycling15 MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. D Vine Cellars To order The Cycling Podcast Highlights case, or any of the cases commemorating the 2022 Grand Tours visit dvinecellars.com Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 60 exclusive episodes. The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
Johan and George break down this year's Tour of Flanders, from Flanders! They take us play-by-play through how the race unfolded and discuss the battle of “The Big Three”, Tadej Pogacar, Mathieu van der Poel, and Wout Van Aert. Enter the Flanders Giveaway here! LMNT: Our listeners can get a free LMNT Sample Pack with any order when you order at drinklmnt.com/themove Manscaped: Get 20% Off and Free Shipping with our code “THEMOVE” at manscaped.com Athletic Greens: Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/themove Ventum: Get 10% off when you use code “WEDU” at checkout at ventumracing.com/themove HVMN: Go to hvmn.com and use promo code “THEMOVE” at checkout to save 20%.
Ali, Mari, and JB are back to preview the upcoming Spring Classics, as well as recap some of the races that have already happened this year. They also give their thoughts on the dynamics of “giving” a stage win to your teammate, Kristen Faulkner's disqualification from Strade Bianche, and which riders have what it takes to win at Flanders next weekend. Enter the Flanders Giveaway here! Ventum: Get 10% off when you use code “WEDU” at checkout at ventumracing.com/themove HVMN: Go to hvmn.com and use promo code “THEMOVE” at checkout to save 20%.
Johan, Spencer, and JB recap and break down Friday's thrilling battle between cycling's three biggest stars, Wout van Aert, Tadej Pogačar, and Mathieu van der Poel, at E3, aka mini-Flanders, a key bellwether for next weekend's big showdown, and how Van Aert leveraged superior strategy against his stronger rivals to win the event for the second year in a row.