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Best podcasts about James Campbell

Latest podcast episodes about James Campbell

Faith Walk or All Talk
Confidence in Christ

Faith Walk or All Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 41:03


Join me and James Campbell as we talk about being Confident in Christ!

Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
Trouble and Travel with James Campbell

Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 37:45


Growing up in Glasgow in the 1960s James Campbell got into loads of trouble. At the age of 15 he left school and started work at a printing factory. But then he discovered the magic of the road and the wonderful world of “away” We talk with the author about his new memoir, “Just go down to the road”

The Data Stack Show
100: Data Quality Is Relative to Purpose with James Campbell of Superconductive

The Data Stack Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 53:57


Highlights from this week's conversation include:James' role at Great Expectations (2:33)What Great Expectations does (5:49)How Great Expectations approaches data quality (7:01)Why a data engineer should use Great Expectations (16:41)Defining “data quality” (19:16)Translating expectations from one domain to the other (27:00)Community around Great Expectations (30:59)The user experience (33:41)Something exciting on the horizon (40:27)Interacting with marketers in a non-technical way (43:57)The Data Stack Show is a weekly podcast powered by RudderStack, the CDP for developers. Each week we'll talk to data engineers, analysts, and data scientists about their experience around building and maintaining data infrastructure, delivering data and data products, and driving better outcomes across their businesses with data.RudderStack helps businesses make the most out of their customer data while ensuring data privacy and security. To learn more about RudderStack visit rudderstack.com.

New Books in African American Studies
On W. E. B. DuBois' "The Souls of Black Folk"

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 33:07


Nearly 40 years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed, American writer, sociologist and civil rights activist W. E. B. DuBois shed light on Black life in America and what it meant to be seen through a White gaze. In his 1905 text The Souls of Black Folk, DuBois explores the rich and complex African American world and how it helped shape the broader American culture. James Campbell is Professor of US History at Stanford University. He is the author of Slavery and the University - Histories and Legacies and more. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

New Books in Literary Studies
On W. E. B. DuBois' "The Souls of Black Folk"

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 33:07


Nearly 40 years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed, American writer, sociologist and civil rights activist W. E. B. DuBois shed light on Black life in America and what it meant to be seen through a White gaze. In his 1905 text The Souls of Black Folk, DuBois explores the rich and complex African American world and how it helped shape the broader American culture. James Campbell is Professor of US History at Stanford University. He is the author of Slavery and the University - Histories and Legacies and more. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

New Books in American Studies
On W. E. B. DuBois' "The Souls of Black Folk"

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 33:07


Nearly 40 years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed, American writer, sociologist and civil rights activist W. E. B. DuBois shed light on Black life in America and what it meant to be seen through a White gaze. In his 1905 text The Souls of Black Folk, DuBois explores the rich and complex African American world and how it helped shape the broader American culture. James Campbell is Professor of US History at Stanford University. He is the author of Slavery and the University - Histories and Legacies and more. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
On W. E. B. DuBois' "The Souls of Black Folk"

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 33:07


Nearly 40 years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed, American writer, sociologist and civil rights activist W. E. B. DuBois shed light on Black life in America and what it meant to be seen through a White gaze. In his 1905 text The Souls of Black Folk, DuBois explores the rich and complex African American world and how it helped shape the broader American culture. James Campbell is Professor of US History at Stanford University. He is the author of Slavery and the University - Histories and Legacies and more. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

The Data Stack Show
The PRQL: What's the Hardest Part About Data Quality?

The Data Stack Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 4:06


Eric and Kostas preview their upcoming conversation with James Campbell at Superconductive.

Cofield and Company
HR 3 BIG 5 AT 5 + JAMES CAMPBELL ON THE RAIDERS HOF GAME

Cofield and Company

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 44:57


Big Ideas - ABC RN
Editors discuss how the media has covered the election campaign

Big Ideas - ABC RN

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 65:25


After a six week election campaign, Australia is off to the polls. Throughout the campaign, the spotlight has not only been on the political aspirants, and the policies of the competing parties and candidates, but also on the performance of the media. In this Editors Election forum, Australia's top editors to discuss how the media has covered the election campaign.

Big Ideas
Editors discuss how the media has covered the election campaign

Big Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 65:25


After a six week election campaign, Australia is off to the polls. Throughout the campaign, the spotlight has not only been on the political aspirants, and the policies of the competing parties and candidates, but also on the performance of the media. In this Editors Election forum, Australia's top editors to discuss how the media has covered the election campaign.

More Views on Craft Brews
Episode 42 - Sureshot Brewing Q&A

More Views on Craft Brews

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 56:09


Manchester's very own James Campbell sits down with us to talk about his latest venture in the brewing world... Sureshot Brewing. Sureshot has been producing some fantastic beers over the last 6 months and we got the chance to deep dive into the world of James Campbell and his vision... which is to make great damn beer. During the show we drink:Tim The Human Fish - 6.5% NEIPAIncrebidle - 6.5% NEIPA164 Miles Per Hour - 8% DIPA You Don't Win Friends With Salad - 3.5% Pale We also are excited to announce details of our Patreon journey and you can find more detail within this episode about all the exclusive content available and on the link below:https://www.patreon.com/MoreviewsoncraftbrewsAs always we welcome your feedback and would appreciate a review on Spotify or Apple podcast. You can find us on IG @acraftbrewwithaview or @violentbeers as well as on Twitter @MoreCraftViews

On The Record on WYPR
Is relief on the way? COVID vaccines for young children await FDA approval.

On The Record on WYPR

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 24:24


Children under age five are the only group still without a COVID vaccine. That may change next month, when the FDA reviews versions from Moderna and Pfizer.University of Maryland pediatrician Dr. James Campbell discusses why it took so long to develop a vaccine for young children.Then, Baltimore moms Bethan McGarry and Nora West both have toddlers. We hear about the challenges they have faced during the pandemic. McGarry says trying to keep her son safe has been isolating, “It really feels frustrating and limiting. I feel like it puts my spouse and I in really challenging positions all the time." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Lunch at The Mill
Episode 24 - Kent Kramer

Lunch at The Mill

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 52:12


When COVID hit our communities in early 2019, we paused our Lunch at the Mill podcast series to follow proper social distancing protocols. The pandemic certainly took a lot away from us over the past few years, but it also provided some interesting opportunities. In that time, Cook Medical has partnered with other like-minded organizations to work on a unique project that serves as a model for how organizations across all sectors can come together to create positive social change. The 38th and Sheridan project is a collective of business, not-for-profits, and community partners who are using their expertise and resources to help bring opportunity back to an underserved community in Northeast Indianapolis. These organizations are working alongside the community to build a medical device manufacturing facility that will bring over 100 jobs to the neighborhood, as well as a new full-service grocery store that will bring a much needed food source to the community. We recorded a special series of virtual podcasts around the 38th and Sheridan project, including interviews with: Kent Kramer, president and CEO of Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana Ashley Gurvitz, Chief Executive Officer at United Northeast CDC (ANU/UNEC)  Keith Graves, District 13 Indianapolis City County Councilor Joyce Randolph and James Campbell, Neighborhood association presidents in Northeast Indianapolis Tom Guevara, Lecturer and Director at the Indiana University Public Policy Institute “Joe the Grocer”, Retail Supermarket Consultant Michael McFarland and Marckus Williams, owners and operators of the Indy Fresh Market

Lunch at The Mill
Episode 26 - Keith Graves

Lunch at The Mill

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 50:18


When COVID hit our communities in early 2019, we paused our Lunch at the Mill podcast series to follow proper social distancing protocols. The pandemic certainly took a lot away from us over the past few years, but it also provided some interesting opportunities. In that time, Cook Medical has partnered with other like-minded organizations to work on a unique project that serves as a model for how organizations across all sectors can come together to create positive social change. The 38th and Sheridan project is a collective of business, not-for-profits, and community partners who are using their expertise and resources to help bring opportunity back to an underserved community in Northeast Indianapolis. These organizations are working alongside the community to build a medical device manufacturing facility that will bring over 100 jobs to the neighborhood, as well as a new full-service grocery store that will bring a much needed food source to the community. We recorded a special series of virtual podcasts around the 38th and Sheridan project, including interviews with: Kent Kramer, president and CEO of Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana Ashley Gurvitz, Chief Executive Officer at United Northeast CDC (ANU/UNEC)  Keith Graves, District 13 Indianapolis City County Councilor Joyce Randolph and James Campbell, Neighborhood association presidents in Northeast Indianapolis Tom Guevara, Lecturer and Director at the Indiana University Public Policy Institute “Joe the Grocer”, Retail Supermarket Consultant Michael McFarland and Marckus Williams, owners and operators of the Indy Fresh Market

Lunch at The Mill
Episode 27 - Joyce Randolph and James Campbell

Lunch at The Mill

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 52:21


When COVID hit our communities in early 2019, we paused our Lunch at the Mill podcast series to follow proper social distancing protocols. The pandemic certainly took a lot away from us over the past few years, but it also provided some interesting opportunities. In that time, Cook Medical has partnered with other like-minded organizations to work on a unique project that serves as a model for how organizations across all sectors can come together to create positive social change. The 38th and Sheridan project is a collective of business, not-for-profits, and community partners who are using their expertise and resources to help bring opportunity back to an underserved community in Northeast Indianapolis. These organizations are working alongside the community to build a medical device manufacturing facility that will bring over 100 jobs to the neighborhood, as well as a new full-service grocery store that will bring a much needed food source to the community. We recorded a special series of virtual podcasts around the 38th and Sheridan project, including interviews with: Kent Kramer, president and CEO of Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana Ashley Gurvitz, Chief Executive Officer at United Northeast CDC (ANU/UNEC)  Keith Graves, District 13 Indianapolis City County Councilor Joyce Randolph and James Campbell, Neighborhood association presidents in Northeast Indianapolis Tom Guevara, Lecturer and Director at the Indiana University Public Policy Institute “Joe the Grocer”, Retail Supermarket Consultant Michael McFarland and Marckus Williams, owners and operators of the Indy Fresh Market

Lunch at The Mill
Episode 28 - Tom Guevara

Lunch at The Mill

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 46:40


When COVID hit our communities in early 2019, we paused our Lunch at the Mill podcast series to follow proper social distancing protocols. The pandemic certainly took a lot away from us over the past few years, but it also provided some interesting opportunities. In that time, Cook Medical has partnered with other like-minded organizations to work on a unique project that serves as a model for how organizations across all sectors can come together to create positive social change. The 38th and Sheridan project is a collective of business, not-for-profits, and community partners who are using their expertise and resources to help bring opportunity back to an underserved community in Northeast Indianapolis. These organizations are working alongside the community to build a medical device manufacturing facility that will bring over 100 jobs to the neighborhood, as well as a new full-service grocery store that will bring a much needed food source to the community. We recorded a special series of virtual podcasts around the 38th and Sheridan project, including interviews with: Kent Kramer, president and CEO of Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana Ashley Gurvitz, Chief Executive Officer at United Northeast CDC (ANU/UNEC)  Keith Graves, District 13 Indianapolis City County Councilor Joyce Randolph and James Campbell, Neighborhood association presidents in Northeast Indianapolis Tom Guevara, Lecturer and Director at the Indiana University Public Policy Institute “Joe the Grocer”, Retail Supermarket Consultant Michael McFarland and Marckus Williams, owners and operators of the Indy Fresh Market

Lunch at The Mill
Episode 30 - Michael and Marckus

Lunch at The Mill

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 47:08


When COVID hit our communities in early 2019, we paused our Lunch at the Mill podcast series to follow proper social distancing protocols. The pandemic certainly took a lot away from us over the past few years, but it also provided some interesting opportunities. In that time, Cook Medical has partnered with other like-minded organizations to work on a unique project that serves as a model for how organizations across all sectors can come together to create positive social change. The 38th and Sheridan project is a collective of business, not-for-profits, and community partners who are using their expertise and resources to help bring opportunity back to an underserved community in Northeast Indianapolis. These organizations are working alongside the community to build a medical device manufacturing facility that will bring over 100 jobs to the neighborhood, as well as a new full-service grocery store that will bring a much needed food source to the community. We recorded a special series of virtual podcasts around the 38th and Sheridan project, including interviews with: Kent Kramer, president and CEO of Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana Ashley Gurvitz, Chief Executive Officer at United Northeast CDC (ANU/UNEC)  Keith Graves, District 13 Indianapolis City County Councilor Joyce Randolph and James Campbell, Neighborhood association presidents in Northeast Indianapolis Tom Guevara, Lecturer and Director at the Indiana University Public Policy Institute “Joe the Grocer”, Retail Supermarket Consultant Michael McFarland and Marckus Williams, owners and operators of the Indy Fresh Market

Lunch at The Mill
Episode 25 - Ashley Gurvitz

Lunch at The Mill

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 50:58


When COVID hit our communities in early 2019, we paused our Lunch at the Mill podcast series to follow proper social distancing protocols. The pandemic certainly took a lot away from us over the past few years, but it also provided some interesting opportunities. In that time, Cook Medical has partnered with other like-minded organizations to work on a unique project that serves as a model for how organizations across all sectors can come together to create positive social change. The 38th and Sheridan project is a collective of business, not-for-profits, and community partners who are using their expertise and resources to help bring opportunity back to an underserved community in Northeast Indianapolis. These organizations are working alongside the community to build a medical device manufacturing facility that will bring over 100 jobs to the neighborhood, as well as a new full-service grocery store that will bring a much needed food source to the community. We recorded a special series of virtual podcasts around the 38th and Sheridan project, including interviews with: Kent Kramer, president and CEO of Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana Ashley Gurvitz, Chief Executive Officer at United Northeast CDC (ANU/UNEC)  Keith Graves, District 13 Indianapolis City County Councilor Joyce Randolph and James Campbell, Neighborhood association presidents in Northeast Indianapolis Tom Guevara, Lecturer and Director at the Indiana University Public Policy Institute “Joe the Grocer”, Retail Supermarket Consultant Michael McFarland and Marckus Williams, owners and operators of the Indy Fresh Market

Lunch at The Mill
Episode 29 - Joseph Welsh

Lunch at The Mill

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 30:30


When COVID hit our communities in early 2019, we paused our Lunch at the Mill podcast series to follow proper social distancing protocols. The pandemic certainly took a lot away from us over the past few years, but it also provided some interesting opportunities. In that time, Cook Medical has partnered with other like-minded organizations to work on a unique project that serves as a model for how organizations across all sectors can come together to create positive social change. The 38th and Sheridan project is a collective of business, not-for-profits, and community partners who are using their expertise and resources to help bring opportunity back to an underserved community in Northeast Indianapolis. These organizations are working alongside the community to build a medical device manufacturing facility that will bring over 100 jobs to the neighborhood, as well as a new full-service grocery store that will bring a much needed food source to the community. We recorded a special series of virtual podcasts around the 38th and Sheridan project, including interviews with: Kent Kramer, president and CEO of Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana Ashley Gurvitz, Chief Executive Officer at United Northeast CDC (ANU/UNEC)  Keith Graves, District 13 Indianapolis City County Councilor Joyce Randolph and James Campbell, Neighborhood association presidents in Northeast Indianapolis Tom Guevara, Lecturer and Director at the Indiana University Public Policy Institute “Joe the Grocer”, Retail Supermarket Consultant Michael McFarland and Marckus Williams, owners and operators of the Indy Fresh Market

Weekend Wrap: May Day 2022, James Campbell's Insiders embarrassment, Labor's campaign launch & Morrison's campaign chaos

"The Week on Wednesday" with Van Badham & Ben Davison

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 24:03


This May Day Ben Davison gives a 20 minute wrap up of James Campbell's embarrassingly fact free appearance on Insider's where he dismissed the democratic rights of two thirds of Australian's and everyone who has experienced wage cuts over the past two years. Remember union member's have more secure jobs and earn more so join at australianunions.org.au/wow Ben looks at Labor's promise to launch a RoboDebt royal commission and the justice it may bring for nearly 400,000 Australian families. Labor launched their campaign in Perth.  Ben looks at the big announcements and how many jobs, homes and TAFE places will be created while childcare, aged care, medicines and renewable energy all will be cheaper. Morrison's campaign of chaos has continued with a minister demanding a pay rise..for himself, more "grants" for companies with Liberal connections, an on again/off again PBS pricing change and Morrison himself demanding that people in isolation with COVID should be working harder. April was another record month for the Week on Wednesday, the fourth in a row since we launched our supporter page, and if you'd like to help us continue to grow check out our supporter page at www.buymeacoffee.com/weekonwednesday like, share, comment and subscribe.

The Rita Panahi Show
The Rita Panahi Show, Tuesday 12 April

The Rita Panahi Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 48:58


Rita is joined by the Herald Sun's James Campbell to discuss the latest election twists and turns, plus the ABC's concerning election coverage. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

This Week in Craft Beer
Episode 102 - Sureshot Brewing Co.

This Week in Craft Beer

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 52:43


I am delighted to welcome to The Podcast, James Campbell from Sureshot Brewing Co based in Manchester. Founded in 2020, Sureshot Brewing has been a long term project of James Campbell. Everyone with a bitter taste in their mouth knows James. A serial head brewer at some of Manchester's most respected independent breweries, and pioneer of the best in new world styles and hops to the UK. James has been instrumental in the development of new wave British brewing over the last decade (and then some). https://sureshotbrew.com/

Comedy Club 4 Kids Presents: Radio Nonsense
Why are flip-flops??????? With James Campbell

Comedy Club 4 Kids Presents: Radio Nonsense

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 49:45


Everything gets answered on this week's show featuring writer and comedian James Campbell who deals with queries on vampires, elephants and flip-flops. Back at CC4K HQ, Tiernan has sparrow concerns. GO FIND JAMES'S WEBSITE HERE: http://www.thejamescampbell.com/PRE-ORDER HIS 'FUNNY LIFE OF FOOTBALL' BOOK HERE: https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/funny-life-of-football-9781526627995/WE NEED YOUR QUESTIONS, JOKES AND NONSENSE TOO. SEND THEM IN TO: podcast@comedyclub4kids.co.ukGROWN UPS: IF YOU CAN BUY US A COFFEE PLEASE DO SO HERE: https://ko-fi.com/comedyclub4kidsWebsite: www.comedyclub4kids.co.ukTwitter: @ComedyClub4KidsFacebook: facebook.com/ComedyClub4KidsPopJam: ComedyClub4KidsHosted by Tiernan Douieb. Music by Paddy Gervers. Design by Cal Prendergast.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/comedyclub4kids. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jack To The Future
Episode 22- The Future of Comedy

Jack To The Future

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 35:35


Jack, child podcaster, aged 8 talks to James Campbell, a children's author and comedian. As well as talking about why some jokes are funny and some aren't; different types of comedy; how technology may be affecting entertainment; the impact Covid has had on the industry and of course what the future may hold for comedy, Jack and James also talk about the environment; James's current project and what we could do to help. A perfect episode for any children aged 7+ and adults too of course! Get ready for a chuckle and a ponder, all at the same time Mentions/links The James Campbell website  The Angry Banana Song  James's children's books The Whoopie Chicken Podcast Show The Future of Comedy-it's between your ears! Article by The Telegraph How has coronavirus affected the future of live comedy? Article by SW Londoner James Campbell You Tube --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jacktothefuture/message

Knockouts and 3 Counts
Knockouts and 3 Counts: James "JC" Campbell Flamethrowers, Dave and Chuck the Freak and more !

Knockouts and 3 Counts

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2022 57:20


#101Wrif #Detroit #Wrestling You hear him every morning on Detroit's own Dave and Chuck the Freak Morning show on 101 the Wrif , Tonight we find out WHO THE F is James Campbell ! We'll talk about working in radio, wild moments on the show and the adventures that took him on like when he got his hair cut by WWE Hall of Famer Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake right after we interviewed him at Astronomicon ! We'll also talk some wrestling get his thoughts on the #RoyalRumble and who knows what else ! Check our interview with Brutus out here : https://youtu.be/4dFFC97K478 Make sure you check out James' youtube here : https://www.youtube.com/c/whothefisjc Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Terry and Gary's Low Expectations Podcast
Terry and Gary's Low Expectation Podcast Episode 71

Terry and Gary's Low Expectations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 45:05


Pro wrestling superstar Hornswoggle and WRIF

Sideways
24. Sweet Harmony

Sideways

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 28:56


James Campbell's family were unusual. They were the 'singing family'. Everyone on their street knew it - and heard it. They would sing at the drop of a hat and James' father had a barbershop quartet. Every Monday evening James would listen attentively to the sumptuous close harmonies and his father taught him and his siblings to harmonise too. James took this into his adult years. It gave him a lifelong enjoyment and confidence to harmonise with other people, just for fun. One day, when his father is taken very ill, James realises the power of harmony at the hardest of times as he and his family join around his father's hospital bed to sing. In this episode, Matthew Syed explores the importance of harmony and asks whether bringing in musical ideas could help bring us a little more harmony in our lives. We get a lesson in close harmony singing with folk trio Lady Maisery and consider how the principles of close listening could carry beyond a musical setting. And Matthew explores Plato's ideas about the soul in harmony with Professor Angie Hobbs, the Professor of the Public Understanding of Philosophy at the University of Sheffield. And with Ian Cross, Emeritus Professor of Music and Science at the University of Cambridge, Matthew unravels the ways we communicate musically in conversation to signal agreement and to bond, showing the vital importance of musical interaction in bonding. Presenter: Matthew Syed Producer and Series Editor: Katherine Godfrey Executive Producer: Max O'Brien Music, Sound Design and Mix: Rob Speight Theme music by Ioana Selaru. A Novel production for BBC Radio 4.

Arizona Physician Podcast
James Campbell, MD, on 50 Years in Psychiatry and Accurate Speech

Arizona Physician Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 17:21


James Campbell, MD, a retired psychiatrist, reflects on practicing psychiatry for 50 years, what he learned from writing books, and why the art of accurate speech matters. Hosted and produced by John McElligott. This episode is sponsored by Mutual Insurance Company of Arizona (MICA) and Rx Security. Arizona Physician podcast is produced by Maricopa County Medical Society. Music by Blue Dot Sessions.

True Crime Brewery
Betrayal in Blood: The Campbell Murder Case

True Crime Brewery

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 111:17


In the early morning hours of June 10, 1982, Virginia and James Campbell were sound asleep when intruders entered their home through a window and entered their bedroom.  As their grandsons slept nearby, six rounds were fired into the defenseless couple.  The two young boys ran to their live-in housekeeper's room for help and she […] The post Betrayal in Blood: The Campbell Murder Case appeared first on Tiegrabber.

True Crime Brewery
Betrayal in Blood: The Campbell Murder Case

True Crime Brewery

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 97:24


In the early morning hours of June 19, 1982, Virginia and James Campbell were sound asleep when intruders entered their home through a window and entered their bedroom. As their grandsons slept nearby, six rounds were fired into the defenseless couple. The two young boys ran to their live-in housekeeper's room for help and she called 911.When first responders arrived at the Campbell home in Houston, Texas, the intruders had gone and Virginia and James were dead. Everyone who knew the Campbells' peculiar daughter, Cindy, suspected that she was somehow involved, but the evidence was scarce. Cindy attended her parents' funeral, but she was not welcomed with any enthusiasm from the family. She further implicated herself when she did all she could to collect on her inheritance. Join us at the quiet end for Betrayal in Blood. As Cindy focused on legal maneuvers to get her parents' possessions and money, other family members hired a private investigator to get to the truth. The PI quickly saw Cindy's boyfriend, David West, as the weaker of the two suspects, and worked to exploit his vulnerabilities to get a confession.

The Randy Report - LGBTQ Politics & Entertainment
Interview: Rich Burns, creator of the darkly comic web series, The Disappointments

The Randy Report - LGBTQ Politics & Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 23:40


Today I'm talking with Rich Burns, the creator of the new web series, "The Disappointments." In addition to writing the 11 part series, Burns also acts as co-director, co-executive producer and one of the four stars of the show. "The Disappointments" follows three middle-aged gay best friends trying to figure out how to live their best lives. Burns describes the show as a “darkly comic series featuring gay people in their 50s, who suddenly find themselves standing in a room, looking at their their belongings, their careers, their unhappy personal lives, their reflection in the mirror and asking, ‘How did this get to be my life?' Disillusioned. Disappointed. And the clock is ticking…” In addition to Burns, the series features Gedde Watanabe, James Campbell and Trevor LaPaglia. Steve Cubine and Burns share directing duties. The first episodes of The Disappointments premiered on YouTube on November 8 and each Monday two new installments are released for a total of 11 chapters. The two-part finale will be released December 6. Link to watch "The Disappointments" on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Desfwm8o5iMFXcHXEMjKw (photo: Ramon Christian)

The Randy Report - LGBTQ Politics & Entertainment
Interview: Rich Burns, creator of the darkly comic web series, The Disappointments

The Randy Report - LGBTQ Politics & Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 23:40


Today I'm talking with Rich Burns, the creator of the new web series, "The Disappointments." In addition to writing the 11 part series, Burns also acts as co-director, co-executive producer and one of the four stars of the show. "The Disappointments" follows three middle-aged gay best friends trying to figure out how to live their best lives. Burns describes the show as a “darkly comic series featuring gay people in their 50s, who suddenly find themselves standing in a room, looking at their their belongings, their careers, their unhappy personal lives, their reflection in the mirror and asking, ‘How did this get to be my life?' Disillusioned. Disappointed. And the clock is ticking…” In addition to Burns, the series features Gedde Watanabe, James Campbell and Trevor LaPaglia. Steve Cubine and Burns share directing duties. The first episodes of The Disappointments premiered on YouTube on November 8 and each Monday two new installments are released for a total of 11 chapters. The two-part finale will be released December 6. Link to watch "The Disappointments" on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Desfwm8o5iMFXcHXEMjKw (photo: Ramon Christian)

Contributor
Great Expectations with Abe Gong and Kyle Eaton

Contributor

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 32:18


Eric Anderson (@ericmander) interviews Abe Gong (@AbeGong) and Kyle Eaton (@SuperCoKyle) about Great Expectations, the open-source framework that aims to create a shared standard for data quality. Abe is a core contributor to the project, and the CEO and co-founder of Superconductive, the team backing Great Expectations. Kyle is Growth Lead at Superconductive, and Community Manager of Great Expectations. The team at Superconductive have just launched the new Expectation Gallery to connect contributors and carve out vertical spaces in this ecosystem. Tune in to find out why Great Expectations is the leading open-source project for eliminating pipeline debt. In this episode we discuss: How the Expectation Gallery enables new modes of community engagement Superconductive's pivot from healthcare data consulting to open-source data validation Collaborative conversations with other data companies Abe's advice to future open-source founders on segmenting value The vision of Great Expectations as a protocol-level open standard Links: Great Expectations Superconductive Down with Pipeline debt Cascade Data Labs Flyte Dagster Databricks pandas People mentioned: James Campbell (@jpcampbell42) Other episodes: Dagster with Nick Schrock

Market Musings with Fairbairn & Russell
44: Podcast No.135 with James Campbell the CEO of Botswana Diamonds

Market Musings with Fairbairn & Russell

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 45:26


James Campbell the CEO of Botswana Diamonds has had an extensive history in diamond exploration. We discuss what makes a good mine, the types of diamond deposits, the market & what Botswana Diamonds are currently working on. 

Voices of Reason
The future of the electric car is upon us with James Campbell

Voices of Reason

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 41:20


On this episode of the Loudmouth Project's Voices of Reason, Jasen is joined by James Campbell, director of Innovation and Sustainability for Rocky Mountain Power to talk about National Drive Electric Week and the next phase of what will be our driving experience in the very near future. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

On The Record on WYPR
Pediatric Vaccines And What Boosters Mean

On The Record on WYPR

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 25:40


Vaccine efficacy ... variants ... shifting mask mandates -- News about the coronavirus changes quickly. Today, an update. Dr. James Campbell, principal investigator for U-MD School of Medicine's pediatric vaccine trials, explains why young kids need a separate vaccine, and when it might be ready. And Dr. William Moss, executive director of the ‘International Vaccine Access Center‘ at Hopkins, explains vaccine booster shots -- why they're recommended and reasons not to rush third shots when many still wait for their first:  “Until we really get this pandemic under control in all countries around the world, the virus is still going to have opportunities to be transmitted, to develop mutations or worse to develop a virus that escapes vaccine induced immunity.”  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

LOVE MURDER
Undercover Lover: How a Private Investigator Brought Down a Killer

LOVE MURDER

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 117:48


After a horrifying double murder, the family suspects that they know who may be responsible. But when the authorities get nowhere, it falls to a young rookie PI to go undercover and catch a killer. Tune in to find out why you should double check the source before you engage in revenge-killing and why you should probably wait until you've at least bedded someone before telling them your murderous secret. Key Players: David West, Cindy Campbell Ray, James Campbell, Virginia Campbell, Kim Paris Find LOVE MURDER online: Website: lovemurder.love Instagram: @lovemurderpod Twitter: @lovemurderpod  Facebook: LoveMrdrPod Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast
How To Define Success as a New Realtor with James Campbell

Behind the Yard Sign | A Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 50:12


In Episode 8, Justin and Amy sit down with the warm and welcoming James Campbell, a first-year realtor with Coldwell Banker Bain. Like so many other agents, the very first year of this career carries so many learning opportunities, one of which is how to collaborate versus compete with other agents. When we asked James, … Continue reading S2 Episode 8: How To Define Success as a New Realtor with James Campbell →

Jesus In the Morning
Bishop Willie James Campbell Recorded Message

Jesus In the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 181:00


From Lady Lori Campbell, It is with deep grief and a broken heart, I regret to inform you of the earthly transition of the love of my LIFE, my husband, my friend and my heart, Bishop Willie James Campbell. We are hurting beyond belief but He assured us, It is well! My Love, YOU unequivocally knew your purpose and was unwavering in your conviction: "I LIVE TO PREACH AND I PREACH TO LIVE" THE BEST AT IT! YOU SERVED GOD WELL! I told you I would be alright but I NEVER WILL. Family and Friends always remember: He told us to LIVE He made us look for BETTER He kept us knowing we had POWER Now, rest my sweet King! You fought a good fight, you finished your course and you kept the faith. All, Because of Calvary. Our Prayers for the Family.

Jesus In the Morning
Bishop Willie James Campbell Recorded Message

Jesus In the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 180:06


From Lady Lori Campbell,It is with deep grief and a broken heart, I regret to inform you of the earthly transition of the love of my LIFE, my husband, my friend and my heart, Bishop Willie James Campbell. We are hurting beyond belief but He assured us, It is well!My Love, YOU unequivocally knew your purpose and was unwavering in your conviction:"I LIVE TO PREACH AND I PREACH TO LIVE"THE BEST AT IT!YOU SERVED GOD WELL! I told you I would be alright but I NEVER WILL. Family and Friends always remember:He told us to LIVE He made us look for BETTER He kept us knowing we had POWERNow, rest my sweet King! You fought a good fight, you finished your course and you kept the faith.All, Because of Calvary.Our Prayers for the Family.

ROBINLYNNE
Bishop Willie James Campbell Recorded Message

ROBINLYNNE

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 180:06


From Lady Lori Campbell, It is with deep grief and a broken heart, I regret to inform you of the earthly transition of the love of my LIFE, my husband, my friend and my heart, Bishop Willie James Campbell. We are hurting beyond belief but He assured us, It is well! My Love, YOU unequivocally knew your purpose and was unwavering in your conviction: "I LIVE TO PREACH AND I PREACH TO LIVE" THE BEST AT IT! YOU SERVED GOD WELL! I told you I would be alright but I NEVER WILL. Family and Friends always remember: He told us to LIVE He made us look for BETTER He kept us knowing we had POWER Now, rest my sweet King! You fought a good fight, you finished your course and you kept the faith. All, Because of Calvary. Our Prayers for the Family.

Decade Dames
1760 - It's a New Decade!

Decade Dames

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2021 42:54


The year is 1760! James Armistead and Deborah Sampson both serve the country while their bravery gets overlooked. Ben Franklin becomes America's first environmentalist. And Ann Cargill travels the world! ******* Intro Music: "Horse Race" by EstherGarcia. http://www.bbc.co.uk/cornwall/content/articles/2008/09/18/history_ann_cargill_feature.shtml https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nancy_(1774_EIC_ship) http://www.oceantreasures.org/blog/do/tag/ann-cargill/ http://scillydivers.blogspot.com/p/wheels-wreck.html https://www.womenshistory.org/education-resources/biographies/deborah-sampson?gclid=EAIaIQobChMImrLM1ti98AIVlm5vBB0L6gVKEAAYASAAEgKBMfD_BwE https://www.mountvernon.org/library/digitalhistory/digital-encyclopedia/article/deborah-sampson/ https://www.battlefields.org/learn/biographies/deborah-sampson https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/diary-sheds-light-deborah-sampson-who-fought-revolutionary-war-180972547/ https://www.battlefields.org/learn/biographies/james-armistead-lafayette  https://www.history.com/news/battle-of-yorktown-slave-spy-james-armistead https://www.ushistory.org/franklin/science/stove.htm https://sustainingourworld.com/2014/01/30/benjamin-franklins-battle-against-water-pollution/ palaborhistorysociety.org/timeline-of-labor-history-in-pennsylvania https://www.thegreenskeptic.com/2006/01/ben-franklin-early-american.html Recovering Benjamin Franklin by James Campbell

The Patrick Isimang Podcast
Mr. Kent Osborne, Scratch Attitude!

The Patrick Isimang Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 50:57


For more information about Mr. Kent Osborne, please go to his website www.scratchattitude.com and I highly recommend you buy his book called "Play Like Ray" which we discuss on this podcast. You can also follow Kent on twitter handle @scratchattitude Kent Osborne (@scratchattitude) / Twitter Mr. Kent Osborne, Scratch Attitude! The Hero has come home. Kent is a hero to the avid golfer, the wise man. He is the mythical hero in the James Campbell books. He has gone out to the world, experienced life, conquered it and has come back home to rest and enjoy life. He has accumulated vast knowledge about life and coaching and I was fortunate enough to interview him and what he revealed about the game of golf will change your approach to the game forever! Thanks --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/patrick-isimang/message

The Business of Open Source
Security Forensics in a Cloud Native Environment with James Campbell

The Business of Open Source

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 25:15


This week on The Business of Cloud Native, I spoke with James Campbell, CEO of Cado Security, about his background in the security world and why he felt like there needed to be a better way to manage security forensics in a cloud native environment. Highlights: Why it's important to get better information about security incidents — or potential security incidents — to make better decisions. Why security has to be relatively easy because otherwise people will ignore it — at their peril. How cloud native features like auto-scaling are great for compute but make security, especially security forensics, more complex. Without enough data collected in real time, companies can end up unable to know whether or not an anomaly actually caused data loss, which data was impacted and what the root cause of incident was. How some of the most sophisticated attackers operate and how they can cause havoc even if the impacted container has spun down. The triggers that led Campbell and his co-founder to start Cado Security. Why having better information is critical to responding effectively to breaches, large and small. Links: James Campbell on LinkedInJames Campbell on TwitterCado Security

Orchestrate all the Things podcast: Connecting the Dots with George Anadiotis
Superconductive scores $21M Series A funding to sustain growth of its Great Expectations open source framework for data quality. Featuring CEO and co-founder Abe Gong

Orchestrate all the Things podcast: Connecting the Dots with George Anadiotis

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 29:23


Ensuring data quality is essential for analytics, data science and machine learning. Superconductive's Great Expectations open source framework wants to do for data quality what test-driven development did for software quality Technical debt is a well-known concept in software development. It's what happens when unclear or forgotten assumptions are buried inside a complex, interconnected codebase, and it leads to poor software quality. The same thing also applies to data pipelines, it's called pipeline debt, and it's time we did something about it. That's the gist of what motivated Abe Gong and James Campbell to start Great Expectations in 2018. Great Expectations is an open-source tool that aims to make it easier to test data pipelines, and therefore increase data quality. Superconductive, the force behind Great Expectations, has announced it has received $21 million in Series A funding led by Index Ventures with CRV and Root Ventures participating. We caught up with Gong to learn more about Great Expectations. Article published on ZDNet

The Malt Whisky Trail Podcast
The Spirit of Speyside - Season 3 Episode 9

The Malt Whisky Trail Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 14:43


This episode we join James Campbell, chair of the world-famous The Spirit of Speyside whisky festival as he chats about the festival, the impact of COVID-19 and what to expect in 2021.

The Current
Episode 16: Rocky Mountain Power's James Campbell

The Current

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2020 19:58


To help explain how electricity providers are expanding the use of electric vehicles, Brad is joined by James Campbell, Director of Innovation and Sustainability Policy at Rocky Mountain Power. Rocky Mountain Power and its partners are helping to make Utah an attractive place for EVs. James shares how his state can become a model as companies and policymakers in other states pursue expanding EVs.

Mississippi Edition
5/21/20 - New Corrections and Public Safety Commissioners | Casinos Re-open | Book Club: Mississippi Witness

Mississippi Edition

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2020 24:29


The Governor announces his nominees for Corrections and Public Safety leadership.Then, casinos reopen their doors today. We look at how the two month shutdown impacted Mississippi's gaming industry and what patrons can expect when they return.Plus, in our Book Club, the photographs of a Neshoba county woman that illuminate the galvanizing events of the Jim Crow era in Mississippi.Segment 1:Governor Tate Reeves is nominating new chiefs for the state's Corrections and Public Safety agencies. Reeves announced the nominations during his daily press briefing yesterday. The first term Governor inherited a prison crisis that came to a fever pitch late last year as violence spread through the system. Reeves addressed the crisis, saying the it highlighted the systemic problems within the department of corrections. Before introducing his pick for the new Commissioner of Corrections, Reeves suggested that many of the department's problems were the result of poor leadership. Reeves is nominating Burl Cain, formally of Angola State Prison in Louisiana to be the new commissioner.Governor Reeves is also nominating Mississippi Court of Appeals Judge Sean Tindell of Gulfport as the new public safety commissioner. Tindell says his first 90 days in office will help him lay the foundation for the direction of the department.Segment 2:Mississippi casinos on the Gulf Coast and along the Mississippi River from Natchez to Tunica have been shuttered for two months, dealing an economic blow to casino workers and associated businesses. Over 20,000 workers state wide have been furloughed, and the shuttered gambling halls have cost the state valued tax revenue. But, that could change today as casinos reopen their doors. Larry Gregory is the Executive Director of the Mississippi Gaming and Hospitality Association. He joins us to explain the impact of the shutdown on the gaming industry, and what patrons can expect when they return. Segment 3:Few may remember Florence Mars, a white woman in Mississippi who picked up a camera to depict the Jim Crow era. It was the murder of three civil rights workers in Neshoba county, her county, that motivated her. A hundred of her photographs, most taken in the decade between 1954 and 1964 are included in the book: “Mississippi Witness: The Photographs of Florence Mars.” Co-editor, James Campbell tells us about his conversations with Mars who died in 2006. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Adventure Podcast
The Adventure Podcast Episode 98: Trekking Across Papua New Guinea with James Campbell

The Adventure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2020 112:58


We're back after our brief hiatus to get everyone caught up on the latest news from the world of outdoro adventure, exploration and travel. With the coronavirus now ramping up quickly in the U.S., there is a lot for Dave and Kraig to get caught up on, along with the news that the Everest climbing season is cancalled, some last-minute winter expedition updates, and the 2020 Iditarod unfolding in Alaska. Later, the boys welcome James Campbell to the podcast to chat about his amazing expeditions across Papua New Guinea, trekking in the footsteps of American soldiers during WWII. Campbell even shares how listerns can join him on two upcoming treks later this summer as well. For reference, check out James's story for Outside magazine on this amazing experience.