As featured in The Office's "Finer Things Club", Taylor and Dylan sit down to talk about Italian vacations, socialism, predictable plot lines, and cheesy Hallmark movies as they discuss A Room With A View, by E. M. Forster. Intro: 00:25 Book Discussion: 4:55 Gospel Reflection: 35:18
durée : 00:54:11 - Very Good Trip - par : Michka Assayas - Ce soir, je vous entraîne dans une exploration du côté des Antipodes, il y aura un peu de tout, des jeunes, des vieux, des agités, des calmes mais ça commence par une rencontre entre les deux Pacifiques, le Nord et le Sud.
Sustainability is not just an environmental concept, but also a social and economic one. It involves finding ways to meet the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. In the context of businesses, sustainability refers to the ability to operate in a manner that minimizes negative impacts on the environment, society, and economy while maximizing positive contributions. Embracing sustainability is not just a moral imperative but also a strategic decision that can lead to long-term success. Next week, join me and my incredible guest on Marketing with Russ…aka #RussSelfie, Episode 359 November 02, Thursday, 8am Pacific Featuring Gregg Forster Gregg is Farm Consultant and the Owner of Wisconsin Mineral Solutions. He helps equip dairy farmers, produce growers and meat producers to restore health and vitality to their soils and ultimately bring higher quality foods to the market. Gregg loves learning, he strives to make each and every experience an opportunity to learn and grow, and encourage others to do similarly. He is educated and experienced in leadership & management, engineering & physics, marketing & sales, teaching emotional intelligence & communication skills, formal process improvement, organic crop production, soil health, livestock nutrition and farm resilience. Connect with Gregg: LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/greggforster Facebook: facebook.com/WisconsinMineralSolutions Email: email@example.com Connect with Me:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/russhedge Website: www.russhedge.com Connect with Tim: LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/timsohn Website: PerspectivesOnCancer.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org #farm #resilience #learning #sustainability #leadership #management #business #live #livestream #connection #inspiration #InspirationSpecialist #marketing
Psychoanalytiker Robert Forster leitet eine Gruppe für Jugendliche mit Aggressionsproblemen, als eine Bombe explodiert. Dies stellt sich als gezielter Anschlag heraus – bei dem aber anscheinend nicht Forster sterben sollte, sondern einer seiner Patienten. Kurze Zeit später kontaktiert ein Unbekannter Forster mit einer irren Forderung: Er soll denjenigen finden, der 50% der Gene mit ihm … „2274: Tom Falkner – Gott ist böse“ weiterlesen
Barney and Dan briefly discuss Spurs' last-minute loss to Wolves. They also chat about Eric Dier, Oliver Skipp, Destiny Udogie, Premier League managers, Ange Postecoglou, and the International Break.Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/abitspursyChat with us on Discord at discord.abitspursy.comWatch our full episodes on YouTube at youtube.com/@abitspursyFollow us on Twitter at @abitspursy, @barneypollo and @dan_spursEmail us at email@example.com
Barney and Dan discuss the beautiful, energetic, chaotic mess that was the London derby against Chelsea. They talk about Udogie and Romero's sending offs, Ange Postecoglou's cavalier tactics, Michael Oliver's main character arc, and the many, many appearances of VAR.Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/abitspursyChat with us on Discord at discord.abitspursy.comWatch our full episodes on YouTube at youtube.com/@abitspursyFollow us on Twitter at @abitspursy, @barneypollo and @dan_spursEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Whilst Spurs are still top of the table, Dan looks ahead to our upcoming derby against Chelsea. He discusses whether we should welcome back Mauricio Pochettino, celebrates Rodrigo Bentancur's return against Palace, reviews Emerson Royal's latest compilation, and explores our various options in the January transfer window. We are Tottenham, and we are top.Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/abitspursyChat with us on Discord at discord.abitspursy.comWatch our full episodes on YouTube at youtube.com/@abitspursyFollow us on Twitter at @abitspursy, @barneypollo and @dan_spursEmail us at email@example.com
Recorded October 23, 2023 So due to an unfortunate series of scheduling conflicts, the PPP finds itself hosted in the familiar confines of our excellent podcast content partners the Sports on the Hill Podcast Our friend Robbie Gross acts as Producer and ably assists in a unique segment involving a video replay....unfortunately for the purposes of this edition, you'll have to rely on our dulcet tones describing the action. We go over the qualities of this young(er) Washington Capitals team in this young season. Suffice to say they are still finding their footing, but there are signs that they may well be on their way to success in the future. Stay tuned! #SportsOTHP #ALLCAPS #Powerplaypointpodcast
This episode is all about the second half of The Machine Stops by E.M. Forster published in 1928 (from Part 2 The Mending Apparatus if you're reading alongside). The idea of the episode is that I take a book I've never read, split it in two and discuss each half in consecutive podcasts. I'll do a first impressions summary alongside my thoughts and reactions and then raise any interesting ideas so far in the novel (be aware - there may be spoilers.) And then on the last Friday of the month, I'll discuss the second half of the book. We'll see together how the novel concludes and decide whether it's a book we'd recommend to a friend - or not. Of course, you don't have to read the book, you can listen to it, or just follow along without doing either since I'll be summarising what happens (but be aware! - there will be spoilers). You can leave a comment or start a conversation at youtube.com/@BookShook or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The next book I'll be reading is The Death of Ivan Ilyich by Leo Tolstoy (106 pages) —I'll be reading up to half way for the next episode. Thanks for listening to BookShook! RogerNext Reads:The Death of Ivan Ilyich by Leo Tolstoy The Awakening Kate ChopinSatantango László KrasznahorkaiI'm delighted that this podcast has been voted in the '90 best UK Books podcasts worth listening to in 2023' at https://blog.feedspot.com/uk_book_podcasts/) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Who do you picture when someone says the word "surgeon?" There are many common depictions of surgeons in popular media--from TV shows and other avenues of fiction. What makes up the persona of a surgeon? In her book, Cold Hard Steel, author Agnes Arnold-Forster draws upon the historical building blocks of the profession to examine our ideas of who the modern surgeon is. Tune in here for a fascinating discussion!------Guess what? Listeners can get the book at a discount price. Use this ---->LINK and get 30% off if you use the code AAF30 at checkout! ------Follow Dr. Agnes Arnold-Forster:- Instagram @agnesjulietaf- Threads @agnesjulietaf------Mike's Trivia Challenge Contest is still in effect! Keep those submissions coming for your chance to win a T-shirt and "Show Me Your Guts" coloring book from our sponsor, Artery Ink.For info to participate, details are HERE on our website.Sponsor: Artery InkUse promo code HISTORYPOD at Artery Ink's website to save 10%* on your order of $35 or more and show support for our show as well as for a homegrown, wonderful local company. Artery Ink specializes in apparel and decor inspired by anatomy and the human body. Whether you're in the field of healthcare or not, Artery Ink has something that will definitely appeal to you so go and check them out! (*Discount code does not apply to subscription boxes)Submissions for Mike's Trivia Challenge Segment:-We invite our audience to submit medical history trivia questions (with or without a supporting article) to see if Mike happens to know the answer off the top of his head.-If Mike is wrong we'll award you your very own medical eponym so that you can join us in becoming a part of medical history.-Submit through our website, social media DMs, or via e-mail: email@example.comPodcast Links:-Linktree (reviews/ratings/social media links): linktr.ee/poorhistorianspod
Tottenham Hotspur are once again, still top of the Premier League! Barney and Dan recap the win against Fulham, Martin Tyler's return to the commentary booth, Tottenham's own, 'Mr Sexy', Sarr and Vicario, Dier's kitman duties, Sandro loving life at the stadium, Islands in the Stream, and Ross from Friends.Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/abitspursyChat with us on Discord at discord.abitspursy.comWatch our full episodes on YouTube at youtube.com/@abitspursyFollow us on Twitter at @abitspursy, @barneypollo and @dan_spursEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We talk with Harvard Professor Marjorie Garber about how modernist writers of London's Bloomsbury Group made Shakespeare their own. Garber's most recent book—her twentieth—is Shakespeare in Bloomsbury. In it, she traces the influence of Shakespeare on the members of the Bloomsbury Group, that circle of early 20th-century intellectuals included novelists Virginia Woolf and E.M. Forster, painter Vanessa Bell, director Dadie Rylands, critic and biographer Lytton Strachey, economist John Maynard Keynes, and others. She tells Barbara Bogaev about the threads of Shakespeare that run through Woolf's novels, how Lytton Strachey changed our perspective on Shakespeare's late plays, and what got her interested in the Bloomsbury Group in the first place. Marjorie Garber is the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of English and Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard University. Shakespeare in Bloomsbury is available from Yale University Press. Garber is the inaugural Scholar in Residence of Washington, DC's Shakespeare Everywhere Festival, happening across the city this fall. Join Garber in-person for five free public lectures through November 16. Learn more at shakespeareeverywheredc.com.
So many good reasons to dip in to the archive and bring this podcast episode with Debbie Forster back to the top of the list. One reason is to promote again the work of Tech Talent Charter. In this episode, Richard sits down with Debbie Forster, CEO of the Tech Talent Charter. Debbie is an American who has lived in England for over 30 years. Her fascinating career is full of twists and turns, from being a head teacher to her current high-profile role. She tells Richard about her eventful journey, and explains how all her experiences have influenced her public speaking and have helped her create her career. Debbie gives us her insights into why it's important to always bring yourself into your performance, and how to deal with and learn from negative speaking experiences. She goes through an interesting history of diversity (or lack of it) in tech and explains why transparency around this issue is so important. All of this ties in with the Tech Talent Charter, a UK-based initiative that drives organizations to commit a set of undertakings that aim to deliver greater diversity in the tech workforce (Voxgig has taken the pledge, as have many other tech companies). And Debbie's background as a teacher and her determination to help others is another reason to bring this episode back to the top of the list. It's timely. Education is a thread that connects the two speakers at the next DevRel meetup, details below. Reach out to Debbie here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/forsterdebbie/ Find out more and listen to previous podcasts here: https://www.voxgig.com/podcast Subscribe to our newsletter for weekly updates and information about upcoming meetups: https://voxgig.substack.com/ Join the Dublin DevRel Meetup group here: www.devrelmeetup.com
Bloomberg Radio host Barry Ritholtz speaks to Graeme Forster, a director at Orbis Holdings Ltd., which has $34 billion in assets under management. Graeme joined Orbis in 2007 and is responsible for international equity and optimal strategies. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Parasocial relationships -- the relationships that people have with media figures such as actors, celebrity influencers, or even television characters -- sometimes get a bad rap. But psychologists who study parasocial relationships say that they can be good for us: They can help us expand our world view and can have positive effects on our mental health and well-being. Researchers Rebecca Tukachinsky Forster, PhD, and Karen Dill-Shackleford, PhD, talk about how a parasocial relationship is different from fandom, whether these relationships give us any of the benefits of real-life friendship, and what happens when a parasocial relationship goes sour -- when your favorite character or your celebrity crush disappoints you? For transcripts, links and more information, please visit the Speaking of Psychology Homepage.
Welcome to this month's episode of the Let's Talk Rare podcast by Partners4Acess. Georgie and Owen are joined by Iola Forster, Head of Publications and Portfolio at Karger Publishers, to discuss the future of patient engagement and the role of technology in healthcare. Together, they cover the future of HCPs (healthcare practitioners) and patient engagement, highlighting the importance of technology and patient empowerment in driving this evolution. They also emphasize the need for equitable access to healthcare information. The conversation touches on the changing landscape of patient communication over the past fifteen years, with the advent of digital platforms and social media. They discuss how digitization has democratized access to health information and created opportunities for patients to connect with others facing similar conditions. They further explore the impact of digitization on the orphan drug and cell and gene therapy world, emphasizing the role of patient involvement in content creation and the use of multimedia resources like infographics to cater to diverse learning styles. Iola Forster Bio: Iola Forster is the Head of Publications and Portfolio at Karger Publishers. She has over fifteen years of experience in the publishing industry and is skilled at fostering partnerships between the life sciences, healthcare clients, and Karger. Iola brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the table. Episode Resources: Iola Forster on LinkedIn Karger Publishers website Partners4Access website P4A Let's Talk Rare podcast on Apple
Welcome to the Goals Do Come True podcast.In this episode, I'm joined by Nicky Forster, the Goal Setting Coach. He's also a former professional footballer. As you can imagine, goals are embedded in his DNA!In our conversation, Nicky explains how to rebuild your motivation, how embracing micro-stressors can improve your resilience, and what running 516 miles unassisted taught him about overcoming setbacks.________________________________________________________________________Nicky can be found here:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickyforsterWebsite: https://www.nickyforster.co.uk/________________________________________________________________________Doug Bennett can be found here:Website: http://dougbennett.co.uk/Email: email@example.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/financialdoug/Twitter: https://twitter.com/FinancialDougFacebook Wealth Tribe: https://join.dougbennett.co.uk/Download Your "Ten-Step Guide To Financial Freedom" Here:https://bit.ly/Struggle-SuccessBOOKS:Goals Do Come True is now live and available to buy on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3phcy6ZThink Simple, Win Big is now live and available to buy on Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Think-Simple-Win-Big-Business/Enjoy, and come back for the latest podcast each Tuesday. Thank you for listening.
We're tackling a big topic in our two part discussion on “the female gaze.” What is the female gaze and why does it matter? In this first episode, we establish some context for the term by getting into the history of the “gaze” as a concept, the psychoanalytic origins of the Male Gaze as theorized by Laura Mulvey, and how the oppositional gaze, as coined by bell hooks, makes space for alternative ways of looking and being looked at. You can listen to "E32 The Female Gaze (Part 2): Complication and Expansion" right now! A quick editorial note: We incorrectly mention that polo originated in China. Sources consider what would be modern day Iran as the location of origin for the game. As two people who study, analyze, and have a literal podcast about media, we stand in solidarity with the WAG and SAG-AFTRA strikes. Without the labor of the writers and actors currently on strike–along with their counterparts in other industries/countries, who also deserve fair wages and labor protections– none of the works we discuss here or in other episodes would exist. Lit discussed this episode: Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch From Mercury, Vincenzo, The Story of Ming Lan Bonus reading (aka works cited & consulted): Bowers, Susan R. “Medusa and the Female Gaze.” NWSA Journal, vol. 2, no. 2, 1990, pp. 217-235. Benson-Allott, Caetlin. “No Such Think Not Yet: Questioning Television's Female Gaze.” Film Quarterly, vol. 71, no. 2, 2017, pp. 65-71. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1525/FQ.2017.71.2.65. Forster, Stefani. “Yes, there's such a thing as a ‘female gaze.' But it's not what you think.” Medium. !2 Jun 2018. Accessed 13 February 2020. https://medium.com/truly-social/yes-theres-such-a-thing-as-a-female-gaze-but-it-s-not-what-you-think-d27be6fc2fed. Dyhouse, Carol. Heartthrobs: A History of Women and Desire. Oxford University Press, 2017. Hemmann, Kathryn. "Queering the Media Mix: The Female Gaze in Japanese Fan Comics." Transformative Works and Cultures, no 20, 2015. https://doi.org/10.3983/twc.2015.0628. hooks, bell. "The Oppositional Gaze: Black Female Spectators." Black Looks: Race and Representation, Routledge, 2014. Mulvey, Laura. “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema.” Visual and Other Pleasures, Indiana University Press, 1989. Don't forget to subscribe to Sex. Love. Literature! You can find us on Instagram and Threads @SexLoveLit. The SLL Theme music is “Pluck It Up” by Dan Henig. What's Sparking Joy BGM is "Candy-Coloured Sky" by Catmosphere | https://soundcloud.com/ctmsphr; Released by Paper Crane Collective; Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com; Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License; https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US
This is the second episode of our two part discussion on the Female Gaze. Since we laid some groundwork and gave some context in part one, this time around, we dive right in. In thinking through “the female gaze,” we ask questions of whom we presume is looking and who is being looked at. We also think about how the gaze becomes more complicated in our modern media context, especially when we move beyond binary, heteronormative understandings of gender and sexuality. We definitely recommend checking out "E31 The Female Gaze (Part 1): The Origins of the Gaze" before listening to this one. As two people who study, analyze, and have a literal podcast about media, we stand in solidarity with the WAG and SAG-AFTRA strikes. Without the labor of the writers and actors currently on strike–along with their counterparts in other industries/countries, who also deserve fair wages and labor protections– none of the works we discuss here or in other episodes would exist. Lit discussed this episode: Get Up EP by NewJeans, Spicy by Aespa, Her Private Life, See You in My 19th Life, My Love Story with Yamada-Kun at Level 999; The Song of the Lioness Quartet, The Immortals Quartet, The Lunar Chronicles, A League of Their Own (TV Series), Bonus reading (aka works cited & consulted): Bowers, Susan R. “Medusa and the Female Gaze.” NWSA Journal, vol. 2, no. 2, 1990, pp. 217-235. Benson-Allott, Caetlin. “No Such Think Not Yet: Questioning Television's Female Gaze.” Film Quarterly, vol. 71, no. 2, 2017, pp. 65-71. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1525/FQ.2017.71.2.65. Forster, Stefani. “Yes, there's such a thing as a ‘female gaze.' But it's not what you think.” Medium. !2 Jun 2018. Accessed 13 February 2020. https://medium.com/truly-social/yes-theres-such-a-thing-as-a-female-gaze-but-it-s-not-what-you-think-d27be6fc2fed. Dyhouse, Carol. Heartthrobs: A History of Women and Desire. Oxford University Press, 2017. Hemmann, Kathryn. "Queering the Media Mix: The Female Gaze in Japanese Fan Comics." Transformative Works and Cultures, no 20, 2015. https://doi.org/10.3983/twc.2015.0628. hooks, bell. "The Oppositional Gaze: Black Female Spectators." Black Looks: Race and Representation, Routledge, 2014. Mulvey, Laura. “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema.” Visual and Other Pleasures, Indiana University Press, 1989. Phillips, Leah. Female Heroes in Young Adult Fantasy Fiction: Reframing Myths of Adolescent Girlhood. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2023. Wilton, Tamsin. Sexual (Dis)Orientation: Gender, Sex, Desire and Self-Fashioning, Palgrave Macmillian UK, 2004. Don't forget to subscribe to Sex. Love. Literature! You can find us on Instagram and Threads @SexLoveLit. The SLL Theme music is “Pluck It Up” by Dan Henig. What's Sparking Joy BGM is "Candy-Coloured Sky" by Catmosphere | https://soundcloud.com/ctmsphr; Released by Paper Crane Collective; Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com; Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License; https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US
Contributor Sophie Brookover joins the ladies to discuss the classic Merchant and Ivory adaptation of E.M. Forster's A Room with a View, starring Helena Bonham Carter, Julian Sands, Maggie Smith, Daniel Day Lewis, and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Limit na OH 2024 splnila o sekundu a dve stotiny. Slovenská atlétka Gabriela Gajanová sa pridala ku kamarátke Viktórii Forster a stala sa druhou slovenskou atlétkou, ktorá ma istotu Hier v Paríži. Čo na to hovorí? Dozviete sa v ďalšej relácii Fair Play.
Today's episode is a tribute to one of our all-time favorite actors: the great Robert Forster! Like we did on our Dennis Hopper episode, we avoid talking about his more well-known titles and instead we concentrate on some of his gems that are more in our wheelhouse. What will we uncover from his fantastic legacy? Press play today to find out!
Buy a tee! https://www.10percenttrue.com/product-page/magnum-classic-teeSupport me with a coffee! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/10percenttrue Discussion on Discord: https://discord.gg/9vJ3hPYFQh00:00:00 - Introduction00:00:25 - Recap of previous episodes00:01:25 – Fast Jet Tac Weapons course outline00:02:33 – Bringing lessons learned at Tac Weapons to 9 Squadron at RAF Marham00:08:18 – Transitioning from the Hawk to the Tornado GR400:09:49 – Flying qualities of the GR400:13:47 – The idiosyncrasies of the GR4 / Ridge Crossings00:16:15 – Acceleration qualities of the GR400:18:31 – Examples of Hawk and GR4 handrails00:20:42 – GR4, SEAD (Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses) and the ALARM00:23:09 – What the ALARM designed for00:23:58 – The ALARM, the Tornado and potential use in the European Theatre00:26:54 – Planning an ALARM mission00:29:00 – Brief overview of ALARM modes (Direct, Loiter and Dual)00:29:46 – ALARM Loiter mode description00:33:18 – Self-suppressing with ALARM00:34:14 – SEAD mission planning and execution with two people in the cockpit00:36:33 – ALARM Dual mode description00:38:00 – ALARM Loiter mode - concerns about exploitation of landed missiles00:38:19 – Using ALARM and rules of engagement concerns00:40:28 – ALARM loadouts on the Tornado00:41:20 – Deconflicting targets with ALARM in Loiter mode00:43:50 – Question about how the ALARM “sees” the radar emitter00:44:18 – Weight-class of the ALARM00:45:02 – Did the RAF learn from the USAF/USN about the SEAD mission?00:49:16 – Potential Cold War ALARM missions00:51:24 – Did ALARM have the same modes as HARM (HAS, TOO, etc)?00:53:19 – Tolerances of threat reaction modes of the ALARM00:54:35 – Introduction to the Brimstone missile00:55:47 – Difficulty of identifying target from the air at low-level00:59:13 – How did the crew of the Tornado use Brimstone in flight?01:00:48 – Brimstone targeting capabilities01:04:53 – ROVER integration, working with JTACs01:11:28 – Post 2003 shift to insurgent enemy, prospects following ejection?01:16:36 – GR4 cockpit, redistributing the workload01:20:52 – Pride in the Tornado? Envy of other jets?01:24:59 – Force culture, upgrade quals, mentorship01:34:57 – Ejection! Thrust reversers and nose gear.Support the show
Brian has been trying to get Jerome to watch Creature Feature movies for years now. He almost got a whole month dedicated to Godzilla but they both settled on Creature Feature month instead. However, Brian has picked some movies that somewhat go beyond the B-Movie tone and are a little something more than the usual "monster movie". First up is Alligator from 1980 which stars Robert Forster of all people. It plays more like a cop drama and that's probably why it stands out all these years later. You'll soon find out why Quintin Tarantino cast Forster in Jackie Brown because of this movie.
Close all the toilet seats in the house and put an anvil on top for this one, cause we got some big ol' critters lookin to bite whats on offer! Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem surfaces first, before we deal with an El Dorado sized Alligator. Has anybody seen the Febreeze? #TMNT #alligator #robertforster #sethrogen #mutantmayhem
Quentin Tarantino surprised fans with the release of his third film, 'Jackie Brown' coming as it did on the heels of the global phenomenon that was 'Pulp Fiction' in all its unprecedented Tarantino-ness. Devoid of gory violence, 'Jackie Brown' is a thoughtful, hilarious, insightful and moving crime story that manages to be incredibly faithful to the ethos of the Elmore Leonard novel 'Rum Punch' (on which the film is based) while also mining Tarantino's own deeply personal connection to the blaxploitation films that made Pam Grier a genre star in the 70's and to the more working-class parts of Los Angeles, towns featured in the film like Carson and Hawthorne, CA and iconic now-gone locations like the Cockatoo Inn. "I treat movie stars like actors and actors like movie stars" said Tarantino, and that approach is well-represented here, with Michael Keaton and Robert DeNiro turning in perfectly-pitch supporting turns and industry vets like Forster and Grier getting plenty of runway to inhabit roles they weren't usually given during their heyday. This episode covers those locations, the incredible soul and r&b tracks that populate the soundtrack, and the brilliant acting from everyone in the cast, as well as the sure-handed filmmaking from Tarantino's growing collection of go-to crew and production staffers. One of my very favorite films, it's a pleasure to share my 'Jackie Brown' episode with you all!
More great racing and entertainment this weekend at Emerald Downs! It's our final Fab Friday, August 25, with its food/beverage specials and horseshoe toss sponsored by the Seattle T-Birds and KJR radio. Sunday offers two Washington Cup stakes races – one for juvenile colts/geldings, the other for two-year-old fillies. And, Sunday is Wiener Dog Day at the races – the doggies that started it all! Joe, Vince and Bill's guests are Longacres Mile winning trainer Grant Forster and three-time EmD jockey champ Rocco Bowen. Forster is back at his Midwest base and Bowen will be here Sunday, riding two top chances in the Washington Cup stakes. “Sport Shorts,” selections and an easier trivia question, too, on “Horseracing NW.”
It's crossover Wednesday as another Metropolitan Division rival host joins Locked On Penguins for a special crossover. Hunter and Pat sit down with Jay to discuss both teams this offseason, starting with the Penguins. Jay asks both hosts how Kyle Dubas has done this offseason and if the Penguins are a contender heading into the year. He also gets into the obvious Erik Karlsson trade and how the Penguins really didn't have to give up much value to the Sharks before the roles are reversed. Hunter and Pat take turns asking Jay questions about the Blue Jackets as they could be a sneaky good team heading into the year. They also dive into the Jackets hiring Mike Babcock as their head coach and how they were aggressive in reshaping their blue line. The three hosts then dive into the Metropolitan Division and why it's going to be the best in the NHL this season before giving some August Stanley Cup predictions. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Right now, when you bet on a Super Bowl Winner, you can GET BONUS BETS EVERY TIME THEY WIN IN THE REGULAR SEASON! FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as non-withdrawable free bets that expire in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jason opens the show talking about being a contrarian and some other betting topics. Then we welcome in trainer Grant Forster to talk about winning his second Longacres Mile this past weekend.
Actor, writer, comedian and broadcaster Stephen Fry first made his name as a comic performer as a Cambridge University undergraduate with the Footlights company. He went on to forge a television partnership with his university friend Hugh Laurie on the sketch show A Bit Of Fry and Laurie and later the comic drama series Jeeves and Wooster, adapted from the PG Wodehouse stories. Among many stage and screen roles, Stephen Fry starred as Oscar Wilde in the 1997 film Wilde, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe. He received a Tony Award nomination for playing Malvolio in Twelfth Night on Broadway, and was Lord Melchett over several generations of Blackadder. He's written five novels and three volumes of autobiography, and has presented numerous documentaries. A familiar face on British television screens, he has hosted award ceremonies and panel shows including the long-running quiz series QI. For This Cultural Life, Stephen tells John Wilson about how he first read the Wodehouse story Very Good, Jeeves when he was 10 years old and was spellbound by the comic language. He says that seeing a film adaptation of the Oscar Wilde play The Importance Of Being Earnest led him to read all of Wilde's works, beginning a lifelong obsession with the playwright. He reveals how being an avid fan of Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes novels led to his expulsion from school. He also chooses E.M. Forster's 1910 novel Howard's End as a huge influence, with its central theme of 'only connect' helping him make sense of his own emotional turbulence and intellectual ambitions. He also talks about spending time in prison on remand for credit card fraud, and being diagnosed as bi-polar after prolonged struggles with his mental health. Producer: Edwina Pitman
Buy a tee! https://www.10percenttrue.com/product-page/magnum-classic-teeSupport me with a coffee! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/10percenttrue Discussion on Discord: https://discord.gg/9vJ3hPYFQh00:00:00 - Introduction00:01:30 lessons learned from Op. Granby?00:05:00 Personal attitude towards going on operations in the Tornado00:09:00 Incirlik detachment flying recon00:15:20 any interest from Iraqi IADS?00:17:26 the political picture and “down days”00:23:00 did going to combat provide validation?00:27:00 the human costs of going to war00:33:20 returning from detachment and training continues 00:37:15 confidence in the ECM suite of the Tornado00:40:30 utility of the training range?00:44:40 Skyshadow pod00:47:50 Maritime role & Sea Eagle01:01:20 Sea Eagle vs the threat01:06:20 Nukes still a thing?01:07:50 “force culture”/CRM/workload01:14:30 did relying on the Navigator lead to pilot skill atrophy?01:20:00 when the shit hits the fan…01:26:00 GR4 improvements, LRMTS & NAVFLIR01:35:40 could Tornado work in Ukraine scenario?01:44:40 TFR - using it, deciphering it, NVGs in the mix01:57:00 trust in the system?Support the show
We meet renowned British painter and artist David Remfry MBE RA RWS, to discuss curating/coordinating this year's RA Summer Exhibition, working with watercolour, more than 5 decades of art making, and what it was like to live in New York's iconic Hotel Chelsea for 20 years!!!Remfry's Summer Exhibition 2023 explores the theme Only Connect, taken from the famous quote in Howards End by E.M. Forster. Among the 1,614 featured works you will find towering sculptures by the late Phyllida Barlow RA, Richard Malone's dramatic mobile installation in the Wohl Central Hall, and a witty painting by comedian Joe Lycett. Plus pieces by Tracey Emin RA, Hew Locke RA, Barbara Walker RA, Gavin Turk, Lindsey Mendick, Caroline Walker and much, much more.Remfry was born in Worthing, UK, in 1942. His family moved to Hull and he studied Art and Printmaking at the Hull College of Art. He currently lives and works in London. Early solo exhibitions include Ferens Art Gallery, Hull in 1974 and Folkestone Art Gallery, Kent in 1976. Since 1973 he has exhibited regularly at galleries and museums across the UK, Europe and the USA. He is perhaps best known for his large-scale watercolours of dancers; his series of drawings and watercolours of his neighbours and friends at the Hotel Chelsea New York City where he lived from 1995-2016, and his commission by designer Stella McCartney to produce a series of drawings for the launch of her fashion house and for Absolut Vodka.Over the past five decades his work has been exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide, including Boca Raton Museum of Art, Florida; MoMA PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York; the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge; Pallant House Gallery, Chichester; and the DeLand Museum of Art, Florida. In 2014 he was commissioned by Fortnum & Mason, London, to create a series of watercolours which is now on permanent display in Piccadilly, and he was commissioned to paint Sir John Gielgud for the National Portrait Gallery, London, which also acquired for their collection his portrait of Jean Muir.Remfry was elected a member of the Royal Watercolour Society in 1987. In 2001 he was awarded an MBE for services to British Art in America, in 2006 he was elected a Member of the Royal Academy of Arts and, in 2007, he was invited to receive Honorary Doctorate of Arts by the University of Lincoln. He was awarded the Hugh Casson Drawing Prize at the 2010 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and, in 2016, was appointed Professor of Drawing at the Royal Academy Schools.His work is included in museum permanent collections including the Bass Museum of Art, Florida; Boca Raton Museum of Art, Florida; the British Museum, London; the Contemporary Art Society, London; the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge; MIMA, Middlesborough; the National Portrait Gallery, London; New Orleans Museum of Art, Louisiana; the Royal Academy of Arts, London; the Royal Watercolour Society, London; and the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.A retrospective of Remfry's work, curated by Dr Gerardine Mulcahy-Parker, is planned for 2025 at Beverley Art Gallery, East Riding.Follow @David_Remfry_RA on InstagramVisit his official website: www.davidremfry.com/Visit the RA Summer Exhibition until 20th August 2023: www.royalacademy.org.uk/exhibition/summer-exhibition-2023 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week, the guys dive into the underground world of E. M. Forster's The Machine Stops. People live in pods, communication is done almost solely by instant messaging/video conferencing, and the omnipotent Machine takes care of people's bodily and spiritual needs. The guys analyze the situation and realizations that arise as the machine breaks down and people are condemned to their fate.
Is a young man's philandering ever really a victimless crime? D.H. Lawrence, today on The Classic Tales Podcast. Welcome to The Classic Tales Podcast. Thank you for listening. We are proudly supported by our listeners. We couldn't do this without you. Your monthly donation helps in so many ways, and it also gives you access to more classic titles. Go to http://classictalesaudiobooks.com and become a financial supporter today. A $5 dollar monthly donation gets you an $8 monthly coupon code for any audiobook order. Thank you so much. App users can watch a short video of me talking about another thing I love about the classics, if that's your idea of a good time. If you're in the mood for a good contemporary thriller, check out Immortal Red, by Keith Hummel on Audible. The link is in the show notes. When a biologist discovers a jellyfish that holds the secret to immortality, things start to spin out of control. Tapping into his years of medical experience, Hummel's convincing thriller spans the globe as governments and mercenaries conspire to acquire the real essence of eternal life. I had a great time recording it. That's Immortal Red, by Keith Hummel. Don't miss it! David Herbert Lawrence was a novelist, poet, short story writer and essayist. His best known novels, including “Sons and Lovers”, “The Rainbow”, and “Lady Chatterley's Lover”, were subjects of censorship trials for their radical use of strong language and sexuality. Lawrence was largely maligned and estranged during his career. However, E.M. Forster in an obituary notice challenged this view, dubbing Lawrence, “the greatest imaginative novelist of our generation”. Today's story isn't particularly racy at all, please don't worry about that. But it's elegantly written, and very powerful in it's message. It's from a collection of short stories written from 1913 – 1922, and takes place during World War I. Written a hundred years before the “Me Too” movement, this is one of the issues we're still struggling with as a species. See if the punishment fits the crime. Then ask yourself why you came to that conclusion. And now, Tickets, Please, by D.H. Lawrence. Follow this link to pick up Immortal Red, by Keith Hummel on Audible.com Follow this link to become a monthly supporter: Follow this link to subscribe to the Arsène Lupin Podcast: Follow this link to subscribe to our YouTube Channel: Follow this link to follow us on Instagram: Follow this link to follow us on Facebook: Follow this link to follow us on TikTok: