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Best podcasts about James Henry

Latest podcast episodes about James Henry

Prophecology: The Podcast
Exploring Black Suffering ft. Dr. James Henry Harris

Prophecology: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 88:04


In this episode of Prophecology: The Podcast, the discussion is centered around the book “Black Suffering: Silent Pain, Hidden Hope” written by guest Dr. James Henry Harris. Bishop E. Bernard Jordan and panel explore the years of suffering of Black people in America. This much-needed conversation acknowledges the pain of the Black community that often goes unheard and ignored. The discussion touches on various aspects impacted from ministry to childbirth. Master Prophet E. Bernard Jordan is your most trusted name in prophecy. #MasterProphet​​​​​ #Zoeministries

South Carolina from A to Z
“H” is for Hammond, James Henry (1807-1864)

South Carolina from A to Z

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 0:59


“H” is for Hammond, James Henry (1807-1864). Congressman, governor, U.S. senator.

The Best of Weekend Breakfast
What to expect from the latest issue of Africa Geographic Magazine.

The Best of Weekend Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2021 22:30


Tim Neary, CSI & Nature Conservationist and James Henry, Editor in Chief of Africa Geographic on what to expect from the latest issue of Africa Geographic Magazine.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

a ModelersLife
ViewerMail Flight #82

a ModelersLife

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 118:30


Can't get enough of ViewerMail, still trying to recover from last week's flight. You've wanted to discover the deeper meaning of life and always wondered what “Uncle” Dave thinks. Still trying to figure out if Neil Erickson is Erik Neilson's long-lost brother. Thinking about sneaking past  Michelle Kempema into the museum. Dreaming of spending a day trackside with Rodger Coleman. Hoping you're on Ken Zieska's Christmas list. Waiting for James Henry to give you a ride to Deshler, Nebraska?? We'll talk to management but won't make any promises until Andy Ambrose promises to write shorter posts with smaller words but in the meantime here's a special episode of ViewerMail just for you. So grab yourself a big bowl of shredded manila envelopes, a tall glass of washer fluid and enjoy !!

KPFA - Flashpoints
Exploring What The FTT (Financial Transactions Tax) is and Does, with Guest, James Henry

KPFA - Flashpoints

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 59:58


Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen
Conqu'ring Heroes 26 - Jerry Clayton & James Henry

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 21:03


On this week's episode, Jon catches up with the two Head Coaches of Michigan Track & Field, Jerry Clayton and James Henry. They discuss the unique challenges of the season (1:00), the dividing of responsibilities between them and among their staff members (6:00), their expectations for the individuals who qualified for this weekend's NCAA Outdoor Championships (8:00), and the environment they are expecting in Eugene, Ore., for the event (17:00).

Background Briefing with Ian Masters
May 27, 2021 - Norman Ornstein | James Henry | David Phillips

Background Briefing with Ian Masters

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 59:00


Republican Senators Kill the 1/6 Bi-partisan Commission as a Personal Favor to McConnell | Focus Should be on Biden's Tax Plan Otherwise There Will Be No infrastructure Bill | Turkey has Become a Mafia State Under Erdogan backgroundbriefing.org/donate twitter.com/ianmastersmedia facebook.com/ianmastersmedia

Who Is?
Who Is Inherited Wealth?

Who Is?

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 52:53


If you work hard in the United States, there is no limit to the possibility of what you might achieve. That’s the American Dream. But the reality is that America today increasingly resembles aristocratic societies of the past, which were characterized by little social mobility and dramatic inequality perpetuated in part by the passage of enormous fortunes from one generation to the next. How and why this has occurred in the United States is largely the result of power, politics, and policy choices--choices that enable the coding of wealth in the legal systems that structure not only our economy, but our society and our democracy. The system is rigged--and rigged in favor of the few. Join Sean Morrow on the final episode of the third season of “Who Is?” for a look directly at the money, what it means for the rest of us, and what we can do about it.  James Henry, an economist, attorney, tax justice activist, and a senior advisor to the Tax Justice Network Paul Krugman, an economist, author, and longtime columnist at The New York Times. His most recent book is “Arguing with Zombies: Economics, Politics, and the Fight for a Better Future” Katharina Pistor, a professor at Columbia Law School. Her most recent book is “The Code of Capital: How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality” Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Background Briefing with Ian Masters
February 28, 2021 - Dr. Allen Frances | Steven Greenhouse | James Henry

Background Briefing with Ian Masters

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2021 59:30


Trump's GOP Weaponizes the Big Lie of "Stop the Steal" to Steal the Next Elections | What is Wrong With Paying Workers a Living Wage? | Could the Revelations in Trump's Tax Documents Land Him in Jail? backgroundbriefing.org/donate twitter.com/ianmastersmedia facebook.com/ianmastersmedia

Charleston Time Machine
Episode 189: 'An Undeniable Possession of Talent': James Henry Conyers of Charleston

Charleston Time Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2021 35:59


In 1872, James Henry Conyers became the first man of color to enter the U.S. Naval Academy. Although he spent the majority of his life in Charleston, few here remember his legacy. In this episode we’ll trace the arc of his biography and try to place his family and his education within the broader context of our community’s past.

KenFM: Standpunkte
Planet Lockdown - das Interview | Von James Henry

KenFM: Standpunkte

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2021 13:51


Jetzt KenFM unterstützen: https://www.patreon.com/KenFMde Ein Standpunkt von James Henry. Das am 22. Dezember 2020 geführte Interview mit Catherine Austin Fitts, Herausgeberin von „The Solari Report“ und Geschäftsführerin von „Solari Investment Advisory Services“, wurde mehrere Millionen Male aufgerufen, von YouTube — nicht überraschend — immer wieder gelöscht und schließlich auf andere Plattformen hochgeladen. Es folgt das Interview mit Catherine Austin Fitts. Der Filmemacher James Henry stellte die Fragen. Die deutsche Übersetzung erfolgte durch Ulrich Mies. Henry: Was denken Sie, was passiert wirtschaftlich als Ergebnis all dessen? Fitts: Ich habe gerade eine große Studie mit dem Titel "The State of Our Currencies" veröffentlicht. Darin habe ich die Tatsache beschrieben, dass der Dollar seit vielen Jahrzehnten die Reservewährung ist. Wir befinden uns in einer Zeit großer Veränderungen und Unsicherheiten, in der die Zentralbanker versuchen, das Dollarsystem zu verlängern und die Einführung des neuen Systems zu beschleunigen. Sie führen ein neues Transaktionssystem ein, das komplett digital sein wird und im Grunde das Ende der Währungen, wie wir sie kennen, bedeutet. Das betrifft praktisch das gesamte Geld auf dem Planeten. Es ist also groß, kompliziert, chaotisch, und ihre Herausforderung lautet: Wie vermarktet man ein System, das, wenn die Leute es verstehen würden, niemand haben will? Natürlich ist die Art und Weise, wie sie das tun, die Krise im Gesundheitswesen. Henry: Warum ist die Gesundheitskrise dafür gut? .… weiterlesen hier: https://kenfm.de/planet-lockdown-das-interview-von-james-henry Jetzt KenFM unterstützen: https://www.patreon.com/KenFMde https://de.tipeee.com/kenfm https://flattr.com/@KenFM Dir gefällt unser Programm? Informationen zu weiteren Unterstützungsmöglichkeiten hier: https://kenfm.de/support/kenfm-unterstuetzen/ Du kannst uns auch mit Bitcoins unterstützen. BitCoin-Adresse: 18FpEnH1Dh83GXXGpRNqSoW5TL1z1PZgZK Abonniere jetzt den KenFM-Newsletter: https://kenfm.de/newsletter/ KenFM jetzt auch als kostenlose App für Android- und iOS-Geräte verfügbar! Über unsere Homepage kommt Ihr zu den Stores von Apple und Google. Hier der Link: https://kenfm.de/kenfm-app/ Website und Social Media: https://www.kenfm.de https://www.twitter.com/TeamKenFM https://www.instagram.com/kenfm.de/ https://soundcloud.com/ken-fm See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Comedy Slab
131 - Green Wing

Comedy Slab

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2021 45:01


This week we review - Green Wing (Series 1 Episode 1) Green Wing follows the lives of the staff of the East Hampton Hospital Trust. The series begins with the arrival of new surgical registrar Dr Caroline Todd (Tamsin Greig), a woman who seems to manage to constantly put herself in the most embarrassing situations.During her time in the hospital she begins to form friendships with her two co-workers: half-Swiss, womanising anaesthetist Dr Guy Secretan (Stephen Mangan), and cool surgeon Dr 'Mac' Macartney (Julian Rhind-Tutt). It is not long before these friendships become stronger, but who will end up dating whom?A strong supporting cast boasts performances from Karl Theobald as a well-meaning house officer, Sarah Alexander as senior paediatric registrar Dr Angela Hunter, Olivia Coleman, Sally Bretton and Mark Heap as the pompous and odd Dr Alan Statham.Written by Victoria Pile, Robert Harley, James Henry, Stuart Kenworthy, Oriane Messina, Fay Rusling, Richard Preddy and Gary HoweProduced by Victoria PileDirected by Dominic Brigstocke and Tristram ShapeeroA Talkback Thames Production for Channel 4.Green Wing is available here: https://bit.ly/3nUPYiH The Comedy Slab Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spreaker, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, Spotify and Youtube. Subscribe for a new episode each Monday. Get in touch - we're @ComedySlab on Twitter and ComedySlab on Facebook.

The Daily Gardener
January 12, 2021 The Perfect Cup of Herbal Tea, Jean Jules Linden, Edred John Henry Corner, Linneas’s Stark Funeral Instructions, A Rum Affair by Karl Sabbagh, and James Henry Salisbury’s War on Fruit and Vegetables

The Daily Gardener

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2021 21:30


Today we celebrate a descriptive rare orchid hunter who changed the way orchids were cared for. We'll also learn about the man who was held as a prisoner at the Singapore Botanical Garden during WWII. We’ll hear about the stark funeral instructions left by Carl Linnaeus. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about botanical fraud - it’s a fascinating story. And then we’ll wrap things up with the long lost story of a man who didn’t support a diet that included fruits and vegetables.   Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart To listen to the show while you're at home, just ask Alexa or Google to “Play the latest episode of The Daily Gardener Podcast.” And she will. It's just that easy.   The Daily Gardener Friday Newsletter Sign up for the FREE Friday Newsletter featuring: A personal update from me Garden-related items for your calendar The Grow That Garden Library™ featured books for the week Gardener gift ideas Garden-inspired recipes Exclusive updates regarding the show Plus, each week, one lucky subscriber wins a book from the Grow That Garden Library™ bookshelf.   Gardener Greetings Send your garden pics, stories, birthday wishes, and so forth to Jennifer@theDailyGardener.org   Curated News Harvesting Herbs, Healing, and How to Make the Perfect Cup of Herbal Tea | Garden Therapy | Stephanie Rose   Facebook Group If you'd like to check out my curated news articles and original blog posts for yourself, you're in luck. I share all of it with the Listener Community in the Free Facebook Group - The Daily Gardener Community. So, there’s no need to take notes or search for links. The next time you're on Facebook, search for Daily Gardener Community where you’d search for a friend... and request to join. I'd love to meet you in the group.   Important Events January 12, 1898 Today is the anniversary of the death of the 19th-century Belgian botanist, explorer, horticulturist, rare orchid hunter, and businessman Jean Jules Linden. Before he reached 20, Jean began collecting rare orchids in South America. In 1844, Jean discovered the Dendrophylax lindenii or the Ghost orchid in Cuba. But there was an aspect to Jean’s work that was even more important than the orchids he collected - and that was his incredible notes about how these rare orchids grew in the wild. Jean’s careful observations and detailed notes were a revelation to European collectors who could not wait to acquire the latest specimens from around the world. The little details Jean included in his notes transformed the way orchids were grown in Europe. Before Jean’s work, Europe was regarded as an orchid graveyard - a place where orchids were sent to die. Initially, collectors and even trained botanists didn’t fully appreciate how to care for orchids. The standard practice of the time was to treat all orchids as other tropicals: just stick them in a hothouse at high temperatures and hope they survive. Jean’s work helped plant experts and orchid lovers appreciate the errors in their understanding of these plants. Jean’s holistic approach to orchid collection became a benchmark for other botanists. For instance, after Jean’s work, the British botanist John Lindley began including accounts of the native conditions of the plants he collected. When he returned to Brussels, Jean served as the director of the Brussels Zoo and Botanical Garden. Not surprisingly, Jean’s favorite aspect of the job was horticulture. As Jean focused on expanding the gardens, he grew thousands of plants. Jean created three different types of glasshouses with his intimate knowledge of orchids - each with its own distinct temperature range - to match the various native climates Jean had noted while searching for orchids. In addition to a traditional hothouse, Jean’s garden had a temperate house and a cool house. As a result of his specialized care, Jean’s orchids flourished, and Jean soon had a thriving orchid business. At one point, Jean had orchid outlets in Brussels, Ghent, and Paris. And Jean’s orchids won awards at exhibitions across Europe from London to St. Petersburg. Today, thanks to the BioDiversity Heritage Library, you can see digital scans of Jean Jules Linden’s incredibly gorgeous lithographs from his invaluable books on orchids -  Pescatorea and Lindenia. They are truly spectacular. Jean Jules Linden is remembered in many plant names, including the orchids Phalaenopsis lindenii (Orchidaceae) and Polyrrhiza lindenii (Orchidaceae).   January 12, 1906 Today is the birthday of the brilliant botanist, conservationist, and mycologist Edred John Henry Corner. As a young boy, John developed a stutter - something he battled all of his life, and it was the main reason he never pursued teaching or lecturing as a career. Sadly, John attributed his stutter to his parents, who he remembered as harsh and cold. Early in his career, John was mentored by the British botanist, photographer, and botanical illustrator Arthur Harry Church. A devoted archivist, Arthur advised John, “Note everything! Draw everything! Photograph everything!” When John was 23, he seized upon an opportunity to become a mycologist and Assistant Director at the Singapore Botanical Garden. John began work in Singapore in 1929. Thirteen years later, during WWII, Singapore surrendered to the Japanese. Fortunately, John’s wife and son, John Jr., who was nicknamed “Kay,” were evacuated. Although John was conscripted into the Singapore Army, John’s botanical work saved him from serving in the army. John had trained monkeys to collect specimens for him in the jungles when he went out botanizing. However, an unexpected attack by one of his monkeys damaged John’s right arm, and it was this disability that saved John from serving in the Singapore Army. Now before the Japanese arrived in the city, looting had started. Anticipating the worst, John persuaded the Governor to allow him to bring a note to the Japanese requesting that they spare the Botanical Gardens and the Raffles Museum. John’s courageous foresight helped save both of these scientific treasures. As fate would have it, the Japanese man in charge of Singapore was an avid amateur botanist who was determined to maintain the Botanical Garden. For the remaining three years of WWII, John was kept on as a civil prisoner at the Botanical Garden, where he was allowed to work with careful supervision. Unfortunately, this unlikely scenario caused some folks to falsely label John, a traitor. Nevertheless, John continued his work. During his time in Singapore during the Great War, John botanized, worked on his own theories regarding plants and evolution, and wrote a great deal about his discoveries and life in Singapore. John also studied palm trees, developed his theory of forest evolution, and began to study the microscopic structure of seeds. John even managed to produce a flora of Singapore. In hindsight, John’s work during this trying time was foundational to his professional development. Two decades later, John’s popular textbook The Life of Plants was released in 1964. As a best-seller, The Life of Plants featured John’s brilliant writing in addition to his own drawings and photography (he had followed his mentor, Arthur Church’s advice). John’s book was translated into French, German, Italian, and (ironically) Japanese. After the war, John did not stay in Singapore. Instead, John found himself in South America, studying the rain forest on behalf of UNESCO. A pioneer of conservation, John helped ensure that large areas of tropical forest were protected. In 1949, John returned to Cambridge. A year later, it was clear: John’s marriage was over. As Kay turned 19, John rejected his son, and as a result, John never saw Kay again. However, in a final touching gesture, John left a suitcase that was clearly labeled “For Kay, wherever he might be.” After John died, the suitcase was delivered to Kay. As it turns out, the suitcase contained letters, photos, and other artifacts that Kay eventually pieced together to create a captivating memoir of his father’s life and their relationship. Kay’s book, My Father in his Suitcase: In search of E.J.H. Corner, the relentless botanist, was released in 2013. Copies are difficult to find - but there are still a few on Amazon and through private sellers.   Unearthed Words Linnaeus was a modest man and stipulated rules for his funeral arrangements: “Entertain nobody ...and accept no condolences.”  But when he died in January 1778, his instructions were ignored. Even the King of Sweden came to pay his respects at the funeral of the man who gave a name to the onion and to every other plant in the world. — Bill Laws, Fifty Plants That Changed the World, Onion (Allium)   Grow That Garden Library A Rum Affair by Karl Sabbagh  This book came out in 2016, and the subtitle is A True Story of Botanical Fraud. In this book, Karl tells the story of the eminent British botanist John Heslop Harrison who always went by Jack. “Jack proposed a controversial theory: that vegetation on the islands off the west coast of Scotland had survived the last Ice Age. Jack’s premise flew in the face of what most botanists believed - that no plants had survived the 10,000-year period of extreme cold.  But Jack had proof - the plants and grasses found on the isle of Rum. What Jack didn't anticipate, however, was an amateur botanist called John Raven, who boldly questioned Jack’s theory. This is the story of what happened when a tenacious amateur set out to find out the truth and how he uncovered a most extraordinary fraud.” This book is 288 pages of an informative and amusing true story of botanical intrigue. You can get a copy of A Rum Affair by Karl Sabbagh and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $9.   Today’s Botanic Spark Reviving the little botanic spark in your heart January 12, 1823 Today is the birthday of the 19th-century American physician and the inventor of the Salisbury steak James Henry Salisbury. James began thinking critically about diet after serving as a doctor in the Civil War. He started to believe that diarrhea and dysentery could be solved by consuming only coffee and beefsteak. After the war, James refined his thinking around food. Believing that vegetables and starchy foods became toxic inside the body and that the structure of teeth proved humans were designed to be mostly carnivorous, James became even more zealous about advising people to eat mostly meat. And so, James recommended limiting vegetables, fruit, starches, and fats to only one-third of the diet. In 1888, James introduced his Salisbury Steak - deep-fried or boiled ground beef with onion, flavored with seasoning and covered with gravy or brown sauce. Along with drinking hot water as a cleanse, James advised eating his Salisbury Steak three times a day and his diet became known as the Salisbury diet. Today, with his anti-vegetable views, James is probably rolling over in his grave to see more people than ever trying their hand at gardening. So this spring, as you’re eagerly sowing that row of radish, carrots, or peas, remember to raise a trowel to ol’ James Salisbury - and keep on planting.   Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener. And remember: "For a happy, healthy life, garden every day."

Seasiders Podcast
Preview : Oxford United (h)

Seasiders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2020 67:14


It’s Friday 11th December 2020, on tonights show we are joined by Steve Day, a lifelong Oxford fan who will be giving us some insight into their season so far, where its all going wrong for the pre-season promotion favourites and how expects the teams to fair tomorrow. We’ll also be going over previous matches between the two clubs, players who've played for both and making our match predictions. Quick look back at Blackpool's exit in Papa John’s Trophy on Wednesday 0-0 and losing 5-4 on pens, Robson missing the crucial spot kick. Guest interview - Steve Day Why are you an Oxford fan? How long have you been going for? First - last - best - worst Match Manager Stadium About Oxford United Oxford currently sit in 21st position in league one, P15 W4 D3 L8 and on 15 points. *show table* So Steve, given you were league one promotion favorites, are you disappointed with your start to the season? Would you say you’re in a false position? Current form of P6 W1 D3 L2 - but if we look over the games, you have credible draws against the better teams in the league. *show form* How do you rate your current squad compared last season? Can you see Oxford putting a run together and climbing the table and were do you expect to finish at the end of the season? Your thoughts on Blackpool youth reject manager, Kal Robinson? For the Ox he has a win rate of 38.5%, games played P143 W55 D42 L46 What style of football can Blackpool fans expect to see from Oxford and what are your strengths and weaknesses? Who do you see as Oxfords key players and danger men *Show squad* Cameron Branagan - Ex Liverpool acadamey, someone Critch will know well Matty Taylor - Striker and local boy James Henry - consistently bangs them in Head to head Blackpool won 15, drawn 7, lost 11 Last seasons matches, both 2-1 At Bloomers *show stats* - Ryan Edwards' header and Armand Gnanduillet's penalty won it for the Seasiders, while Josh Ruffels struck for Oxford before half-time. Any memorable matches - to both They played for both Daniel Agyei Gary Briggs Ben Woodburn Gnando Listeners give more Prize draw Art of Football comp Match predictions How do we all think tomorrow game is going to pan out

Queers and Careers
"A Pretty-Shaped Child Prodigy Politico" (w/ Jake James Henry)

Queers and Careers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2020 65:38


In this episode, Claire and William interview Jake Henry, journalist and activist turned DC politico. Topics include Jake’s campus activism defending trans rights, fair and balanced districting maps, why Jake deleted Twitter, and getting engaged on study abroad. Jake describes his campaign to protect sexual assault survivors by changing the way his college implemented the Clery Act. Follow Jake’s references in our Linktree here.

Harvard Classics
Introductory Note: James Henry Leigh Hunt

Harvard Classics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2020 2:08


Introductory note on James Henry Leigh Hunt (Volume 27, Harvard Classics)

Harvard Classics
Essays, by James Henry Leigh Hunt

Harvard Classics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2020 22:57


Weep if you must. It is far better than to repress your tears. But Leigh Hunt finds greater virtue in cheerfulness. Fanciful and graceful --- his writings exerted a wholesome influence on all nineteenth century journalism. (Volume 27, Harvard Classics)James Henry Leigh Hunt born Oct. 19, 1784.

This Week in America with Ric Bratton
BELIEVE, BELIEVE, BELIEVE by James Henry Lincoln Sr

This Week in America with Ric Bratton

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2020 28:06


Believe, Believe, Believe by James Henry Lincoln Sr. Get ready to step into greatness! This is not just a book—it’s a journey of discovering where you are, who you are, and who God is. He is calling you out of Egypt to walk freely into your promised plans and purposes for your life. They are waiting to be fulfilled. Come and experience THE ULTIMATE JOURNEY that will establish intimacy with the Almighty God. This book shows you how to trust God completely—how to live in perfect alignment with God’s plan for you. James Henry Lincoln, Sr was born in New Castle, PA. He graduated from New Castle Senior High School. After graduation, he enlisted in the United States Air Force and retired from the United States Air Force in the grade of Master Sergeant. James spent a total of 22 years in the United States Air Force and traveled to such places as Korea, Japan, Okinawa, and Hawaii. While stationed in the State of Ohio, James underwent a radical transformation when he accepted the Lord Jesus Christ into his life. James went from an arrogant person to a humble person. A man who once only cared about himself, to a person who cares about the welfare of others. Overtaken by the mental illness of his first wife, James reached out for the Lord. James was then transferred from the State of Ohio to the State of California. After spending three years in the State of California, James was transferred to South Korea for one year. Returning to the State of California after a year in South Korea, James and his first wife were divorced. On, August 23, 1986, James and Gwendolyn (Palmer) Tyler were married at South Lake Tahoe, California. James did not know it at the time, but Gwendolyn was the answer to a prayer that had taken place some years back: James had prayed to the Lord concerning his first wife's relationship with the Lord. James' love for the Lord caused him to ask the Lord to give his wife the same love for him that he had. James Henry Lincoln Sr was born in New Castle, PA> He graduated from New Castle Senior High School. After graduation, he enlisted in the United States Air Force and retired from the United States Air Force in the grade of Master Sergeant. James spent 22 years in the United States Air Force traveled to such places as the Republic of Korea, Japan, the Island of Okinawa, and Hawaii along the way earning two (2) Air Force Commendation Medals and one (1) Meritorious Service Medal. While stationed in the State of Ohio, James underwent a radical transformation when he accepted the Lord Jesus Christ into his life. James was called into ministry of the Gospel as an evangelist-teacher in August, 1994, and was licensed as a Minister at Calvary Christian Center on June 8, 1997. His current wife was this person. On, April 19,1992, Gwendolyn accepted the Lord Jesus Christ into her life. She is a woman who loves and seeks the Lord with all of her heart. Exactly what James had prayed for. James and Gwendolyn blended families and together they have five children: James Jr, Andrew, Ava, Anthony, and Michael. James Jr and Andrew came from James' first marriage and Ava and Anthony from Gwendolyn first marriage. Ava and Anthony were adopted by James when they were young. All of the children are now grown, except Michael. Michael is the child of the union between James and Gwendolyn. James and Gwendolyn have been married nearly sixteen years. James was called into the ministry of the Gospel as an evangelist-teacher in August, 1994, and was licensed as a Minister at Calvary Christian Center on June 7, 1997. James serves under the leadership of Pastor Phillip G. Goudeaux at Calvary Christian Center in Sacramento, California. James is on his way to being known as a motivational speaker and author who inspires and encourages people to be all that God called them to be. https://www.amazon.com/Believe-James-Henry-Lincoln-Sr/dp/1643617567/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1O2K9UT1SV84T&keywords=believe%2C+believe%2C+believe+james+henry+lincoln+sr&qid=1571328435&s=books&sprefix=believe+believe+believe+james+li%2Cstripbooks-intl-ship%2C437&sr=1-1 http://www.bluefunkbroadcasting.com/root/twia/jhlincoln2.mp3

Background Briefing with Ian Masters
September 2, 2020 - Pavel Felgenhauer | Gregory Koblentz | James Henry

Background Briefing with Ian Masters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2020 61:43


A Report From Moscow on the Poisoning of Navalny by Novichok | Outrage in Europe at Putin the Poisoner But Silence From Trump | Will The Trump Inaugural Committee's Corruption Ensnare Trump? backgroundbriefing.org/donate twitter.com/ianmastersmedia facebook.com/ianmastersmedia

LU Moment with Shelly Vitanza
LU Moment: Whey Cool! | S2 Ep. 31

LU Moment with Shelly Vitanza

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2020 15:40


Lamar University has a chemical engineering professor who conducts research on bone regeneration using Whey protein. Get to know this week’s nerdy professor, Dr. James Henry, on the LU Moment.

MILLWALL No 1 Likes Us Talkin!
OUR MILLWALL FAN SHOW 170720 Sponsored by Dean Wilson Family Funeral Directors

MILLWALL No 1 Likes Us Talkin!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2020 47:08


James Kelly hosted Stan Godwin, Dave Hart and Gary Staff in our Covid-19 podcast. Featuring our review of Hull and Blackburn’ and a previews of QPR; A blast from the past with Ed Upson; Paul Loding, Player/Manager Millwall Romans FC talks about the partnership with Millwall Community Trust; Sean Daly Millwall Community Trust on responding to the needs of our Community; James Henry in the Millwall top 20 Goal Scorers of the 20th Century; and Millwall Community Trust still needs help and donations but can also offer support to you or someone that you know.

OUR MILLWALL FANS SHOW - Topical Weekly Talks
OUR MILLWALL FAN SHOW 170720 Sponsored by Dean Wilson Family Funeral Directors

OUR MILLWALL FANS SHOW - Topical Weekly Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2020 47:08


James Kelly hosted Stan Godwin, Dave Hart and Gary Staff in our Covid-19 podcast. Featuring our review of Hull and Blackburn' and a previews of QPR; A blast from the past with Ed Upson; Paul Loding, Player/Manager Millwall Romans FC talks about the partnership with Millwall Community Trust; Sean Daly Millwall Community Trust on responding to the needs of our Community; James Henry in the Millwall top 20 Goal Scorers of the 20th Century; and Millwall Community Trust still needs help and donations but can also offer support to you or someone that you know.

MILLWALL No 1 Likes Us Talkin!
OUR MILLWALL FAN SHOW 170720 Sponsored by Dean Wilson Family Funeral Directors

MILLWALL No 1 Likes Us Talkin!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2020 47:08


James Kelly hosted Stan Godwin, Dave Hart and Gary Staff in our Covid-19 podcast. Featuring our review of Hull and Blackburn’ and a previews of QPR; A blast from the past with Ed Upson; Paul Loding, Player/Manager Millwall Romans FC talks about the partnership with Millwall Community Trust; Sean Daly Millwall Community Trust on responding to the needs of our Community; James Henry in the Millwall top 20 Goal Scorers of the 20th Century; and Millwall Community Trust still needs help and donations but can also offer support to you or someone that you know.

Foodie and the Beast
Foodie and the Beast - June 7, 2020

Foodie and the Beast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2020 53:59


Hosted by David and Nycci Nellis. On today's show: • Chanel Turner, founder of D.C.'s award-winning Fou-Dré spirits distiller, is back with us today. She's a prominent force in the otherwise male-dominated spirits industry. In fact, Chanel is not only the first woman to own her own spirit, but also the first African American woman, as well as the youngest individual to own and operate a vodka brand. And she's a commanding voice for black distillers across the country; • Accomplished actor James Henry, a Rockville native, is a strong supporter of representing diversity in the community. He lives his commitment creating content across various platforms such as TikTok, where he reaches over 3 million followers and helped push an initiative to include different races in the program as TikTok became a popular platform. He has a Forbes feature coming out this month showcasing his impact within the black community; • Benjamin Gray is general manager of The Bellmoor Inn & Spa, Delaware's top-rated hotel, in Rehoboth Beach. He's also chairman of Southern Delaware Tourism and board director for the Rehoboth-Dewey Chamber of Commerce, and he serves on Delaware Gov. Carney's task force for reopening hotels in Delaware. He joins us to discuss the constantly shifting state of reopening for business in the face of the waxing and waning COVID-19 crisis; • For more than 35 years, D'Artagnan has been a valued resource for high quality, free-range and sustainable meat, poultry and game for chefs, butchers, and retailers nationwide. D'Artagnan's Jamie Forsythe comes on to discuss how the company deftly pivoted when the coronavirus hit and also kept its business economically sustainable.

Foodie and the Beast
Foodie and the Beast - June 7, 2020

Foodie and the Beast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2020 53:59


Hosted by David and Nycci Nellis. On today’s show: • Chanel Turner, founder of D.C.’s award-winning Fou-Dré spirits distiller, is back with us today. She’s a prominent force in the otherwise male-dominated spirits industry. In fact, Chanel is not only the first woman to own her own spirit, but also the first African American woman, as well as the youngest individual to own and operate a vodka brand. And she’s a commanding voice for black distillers across the country; • Accomplished actor James Henry, a Rockville native, is a strong supporter of representing diversity in the community. He lives his commitment creating content across various platforms such as TikTok, where he reaches over 3 million followers and helped push an initiative to include different races in the program as TikTok became a popular platform. He has a Forbes feature coming out this month showcasing his impact within the black community; • Benjamin Gray is general manager of The Bellmoor Inn & Spa, Delaware's top-rated hotel, in Rehoboth Beach. He’s also chairman of Southern Delaware Tourism and board director for the Rehoboth-Dewey Chamber of Commerce, and he serves on Delaware Gov. Carney’s task force for reopening hotels in Delaware. He joins us to discuss the constantly shifting state of reopening for business in the face of the waxing and waning COVID-19 crisis; • For more than 35 years, D’Artagnan has been a valued resource for high quality, free-range and sustainable meat, poultry and game for chefs, butchers, and retailers nationwide. D’Artagnan’s Jamie Forsythe comes on to discuss how the company deftly pivoted when the coronavirus hit and also kept its business economically sustainable.

Background Briefing with Ian Masters
May 19, 2020 - Alexander Zaitchik | James Henry | Joel Goldstein

Background Briefing with Ian Masters

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2020 63:36


Trump's New Vaccine Czar and Big Pharma's Grip on Vaccines | Profiteering as Trump Throws Money at the Disaster he Created | Assessing the Field of Female Vice Presidents Biden is Vetting backgroundbriefing.org/donate twitter.com/ianmastersmedia facebook.com/ianmastersmedia

Shallow Depth of Pod
Catching Up With James Henry and Diving Into the Background of a Producer

Shallow Depth of Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2020 44:34


Talking with James Henry an industry experienced producer about his path, the lessons he's learned to become a successful producer, his gardening skills, and what he's been doing during quarantine.

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast
1146: PureWeb - Interactive and Immersive 3D Web Experiences

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2020 22:17


In Hyun-Suk Kim's CES keynote presentation, the Samsung Consumer Electronics President and CEO declared the 2020s the "Age of Experience." This "decade of human-centric innovation" is all about customization and personalization through intelligent, cutting-edge technology. For example, 3D configurators make online buyer experiences fully user-focused. It gives customers complete control. "3D rendering provides a hyper-realistic experience that allows a user to fully customize a product and see how it interacts with the real world, all with the same fluidity you'd expect while playing a modern video game," said PureWeb's James Henry. James Henry is the CTO at PureWeb, an interactive 3D streaming service focused on photorealistic 3D visualization, configuration, and simulation. I invited him on to the Tech Talks Daily Podcast to talks about interactive technology in the Age of Experience. James shares his extensive experience leading international software organizations. James has set and led strategies for startups, turnarounds, and pivots in a variety of industries experiencing rapid technology change (e.g. oil & gas, healthcare, telecommunications, CAD, gaming, construction, emerging technologies). I learn how PureWeb’s patented smart streaming technology enables anyone to publish, collaborate and interact with massive data files, including photo-real 3D simulations and game engine projects. It deploys this on any cloud or hardware device without coding, moving or copying the source data.          

Acid Camp Podcast
Acid Camp Vol. 118 — Boulderhead

Acid Camp Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2020 66:40


Follow @boulderheaduk DJ/Producer, event manager, label owner at Mint Tea, coder and audio visual practitioner specializing in all things vibrant and groovy currently based in Bristol. Part of the Do-IY collective. About the mix: I recently sorted my ambient folders so wanted to play a couple oldies that I had forgotten about combined with many of my own tracks from the past year and a bit. I also played the new Mint Tea release by Zobol and my favourite track from Acid Camp! Track list: James Henry - prettiest shop Ex-Terrestrial - dreams of Jupiter qgb - Helipads Otodojo - 123 Boulderhead - upgrade & augment Boulderhead - Ionic Bonding (Mint Tea) Boulderhead - Symmetry Zobol - Creeper (Introverted mix) (Mint Tea) Quelaan - Translucent (Boulderhead construct) Harry Wills - Aroma Oeder Weg Boulderhead - From the birds Komartsov - Acid Rain (Mint Tea) Strange audio design - error design Aquarium - rain

Connecting Generations
Connecting with James Henry Russell

Connecting Generations

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2020 35:41


James Henry Russell, the current Executive Vice-President & Chief Financial Officer at Bunch Wholesale Companies Inc, has served in many different roles in many different industries over his career. In this ...

Hella High
Rose OG And Sunshine With James Henry

Hella High

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2020 56:46


This week on the Hella High Podcast, John Henry and James Victor (James Henry) joined us to talk about their fundraising as a social equity company, CBD and Bill Clinton's anxiety. Visit hellahighpodcast.com for more and follow us on Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook for the latest. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hella-high/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hella-high/support

Moped Monday Podcast
MMP Episode 065 Crazy Wrecks and Riding After

Moped Monday Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2020 115:53


Hey everyone welcome to episode 065. This week we got to hangout with James Henry (@slimjim11x)and dive a little into riding mopeds and crazy wrecks. email us topics at mopedmondaypodcast@gmail.com mopedmonday.com #mopedarmy #mopedmondaypodcast #mopedmonday

Background Briefing with Ian Masters
January 7, 2020 - Stephen Pyne | James Henry | Nader Hashemi

Background Briefing with Ian Masters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2020 59:00


Australia: A Continent on Fire; The Mysterious Deaths of Trump's Bankers; Iran's Retaliation Appears Intent on Avoiding an Escalation backgroundbriefing.org/donate twitter.com/ianmastersmedia facebook.com/ianmastersmedia

Ceux qui nous lient
Episode 22 Hugo Haas

Ceux qui nous lient

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2019 38:37


J’ai rencontré Hugo Hass le 15 novembre 2019 à Montreuil dans les locaux de Ciguë, le studio d’architecture qu’il a fondé en 2003 avec Camille Bénard, Guillem Renard et Alphonse Sarthout, alors étudiants en architecture à Paris La Villette. Après une visite guidée des lieux, de l’atelier de menuiserie à l’open space, en passant par la grande pièce à vivre qui fait office de cuisine et de bibliothèque, nous avons pu échanger sur la réalité et les enjeux du métier d’architecte. Hugo Hass nous a expliqué sa propre conception du métier, son rapport à la matière et au faire, l’engagement de Ciguë en matière d'écologie, et les différentes dimensions qui travaillent l’originalité de leur approche. Nous sommes aussi revenus sur les réalisations les plus connues du studio, sur leur signature, leur marque de fabrique, mais également sur le travail de recherche effectué sur de nouveaux matériaux, comme le papier compressé. Puis nous avons évoqué les différents chantiers terminés ainsi que des projets qui touchent plus particulièrement à l’alimentation et à la gastronomie, depuis la conception du restaurant Les Grandes Tables du 104 jusqu’à Cheval d’Or plus récemment, ou encore ce projet d’écolieu en cours pour le chef James Henry. Hugo nous a confié ce qui lui plaisait plus spécifiquement dans ces projets-là et avec quelle approche Ciguë les abordait. En mobilisant les exemples des chantiers de la boulangerie Pain Paulin au Cap-Ferret ou du restaurant Cheval d’Or à Paris, Hugo nous a éclairé sur les différentes étapes d’un chantier, sur la prise en considération du contexte, et plus largement sur sa manière de travailler et d’embrasser un projet dans sa globalité. http://cigue.net ciguë 89, rue des chantereines 93100 montreuil france +33 1 48 45 64 05 info@cigue.net

Prophecology: The Podcast
Beyond The Tyranny of the Text ft. Rev. Dr. James Henry Harris

Prophecology: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2019 31:49


Master Prophet E. Bernard Jordan has a conversation with Rev. Dr. James Henry Harris about going beyond the tyranny of the text. Master Prophet E. Bernard Jordan is your most trusted name in prophecy.

Background Briefing with Ian Masters
October 8, 2019 - Will Jordan | James Henry | Henri Barkey | Frank Bowman

Background Briefing with Ian Masters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2019 72:49


It Was Trump and Giuliani Who Were Chasing Dirty Deals in Ukraine; Our Tough Guy Trump Got Rolled Again by Erdogan; Impeaching Trump Will Help Restore the Constitution's Balance of Power backgroundbriefing.org/donate twitter.com/ianmastersmedia facebook.com/ianmastersmedia

Devchat.tv Master Feed
MAS 085: James Henry

Devchat.tv Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2019 36:56


Sponsors Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan CacheFly Host: Aaron Frost Joined By Special Guest: James Henry Episode Summary James Henry is an Angular architect at Nrwl and a Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for TypeScript at Microsoft. James got introduced to developing when he started editing his Myspace page at age fifteen. He then bought a PHP for Dummies book and started learning PHP language. He has been working working with Angular since 2012. Currently James is working on Nrwl Connect to be able to provide more support Nrwl customers. James recently moved to Toronto from London and will be traveling and attending conferences around Canada and United States in the upcoming months. Links James LinkedIN James Twitter James GitHub Nrwl Nrwl Connect https://typescriptcourses.com Jeffrey Way Prettier  

My Angular Story
MAS 085: James Henry

My Angular Story

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2019 36:56


Sponsors Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan CacheFly Host: Aaron Frost Joined By Special Guest: James Henry Episode Summary James Henry is an Angular architect at Nrwl and a Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for TypeScript at Microsoft. James got introduced to developing when he started editing his Myspace page at age fifteen. He then bought a PHP for Dummies book and started learning PHP language. He has been working working with Angular since 2012. Currently James is working on Nrwl Connect to be able to provide more support Nrwl customers. James recently moved to Toronto from London and will be traveling and attending conferences around Canada and United States in the upcoming months. Links James LinkedIN James Twitter James GitHub Nrwl Nrwl Connect https://typescriptcourses.com Jeffrey Way Prettier  

All Angular Podcasts by Devchat.tv
MAS 085: James Henry

All Angular Podcasts by Devchat.tv

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2019 36:56


Sponsors Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan CacheFly Host: Aaron Frost Joined By Special Guest: James Henry Episode Summary James Henry is an Angular architect at Nrwl and a Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for TypeScript at Microsoft. James got introduced to developing when he started editing his Myspace page at age fifteen. He then bought a PHP for Dummies book and started learning PHP language. He has been working working with Angular since 2012. Currently James is working on Nrwl Connect to be able to provide more support Nrwl customers. James recently moved to Toronto from London and will be traveling and attending conferences around Canada and United States in the upcoming months. Links James LinkedIN James Twitter James GitHub Nrwl Nrwl Connect https://typescriptcourses.com Jeffrey Way Prettier  

Podcast proConf
proConf #15 ng-conf 2019 | ngRx на примере банана | модные гриды | полеты на марс

Podcast proConf

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2019 76:02


https://www.ng-conf.org/ Тайм коды: 00:00 - Приветствие и о госте 01:37 - Day 1 Keynote | Brad Green & Igor Minar - https://youtu.be/O0xx5SvjmnU 12:36 - Crash Course: Angular and ngRx | Aspen Payton - https://youtu.be/272KDxSIQBw 21:47 - Using Monorepos for Scalable Apps | Dylan Johnson & James Henry & Mike Haas - https://youtu.be/WFzph5uTdmw 24:45 - Not Every App is a SPA | Rob Wormald - https://youtu.be/JX5GGu_7JKc 35:42 - Day 3 Keynote | Stephen Fluin & Misko Hevery - https://youtu.be/-kYtw3CSe6s 45:25 - It’s just a compliment after all! | Katerina Skroumpelou - https://youtu.be/6RobEjMnHtQ 49:13 - Angular and CSS Grid: Get ready to fall in love | Bill Odom - https://youtu.be/lh6n0JxXD_g 58:55 - Why Humans Need To Move To Mars | Stephen Petranek - https://youtu.be/_Up7GU-F9zc 01:14:30 - Итоги конференции

Sundays On The East End
WPPB | Guest Sag Harbor resident, James S. Henry, Esq., a leading economist, attorney, and investigative journalist. 04/07/2019

Sundays On The East End

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2019 56:06


This week Bridget is MIA, but Alec will be conversing with James Henry, Esq., of www.sagharbor.com. James S. Henry, Esq. is a leading economist, attorney, and investigative journalist who has written and spoken widely on the issues of tax justice, financial secrecy, offshore havens, and development finance. He has served as Director of Economic Research (chief economist), McKinsey & Co.; VP Strategy, IBM/Lotus Development; Business Development Manager, Chairman's Office (Jack Welch), GE; and Senior Consultant, Monitor Company. It is sure to be an exciting and elucidating talk. Coming to you from Estia's on the Bridge-Sag Turnpike. Listen on 88.3 WPPB - FM, 883wppb.org, on the TuneIn app, or Simple Radio, at 11 a.m. on Sunday.

Old Gold Club
James Henry | Nothing like Pele

Old Gold Club

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2019 69:45


James Henry joins Mikey Burrows and Chris Iwelumo for episode 19 of the Old Gold Club as the group discuss the winger's relationship with Kenny Jackett, Wolves' 2013 - 2015 team spirit and that Bolton goal as well as much, much more.

The Talkback with Adam Mace
Ep. 7 - "Cemeteries" with Guest: James Henry

The Talkback with Adam Mace

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2019 46:51


In his first episode of 2019, Adam chats with cemetery enthusiast and tour guide, James Henry. Though this isn't a spooky episode, it is one filled with lots of history and facts about the final resting places of many, particularly in NYC! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thetalkbackwithadammace/support

WBAI News with Paul DeRienzo
122418 WBAI News Economists Jack Rasmus, James Henry on stock market

WBAI News with Paul DeRienzo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2018 27:20


Stocks lose ground as fears of recession grow, is Turkey preparing to assault Kurdish areas after Trump orders a US withdrawal, and is it the end of New York's garment district. With these and other stories I'm Paul DeRienzo with some of the news for Monday, December 24th, 2018.

WBAI News with Paul DeRienzo
WBAI Saturday News 111718 Brext and Taxes with James Henry

WBAI News with Paul DeRienzo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2018 23:16


Economist and Investigative Journalist James Henry on Brexit and taxes. Are both inevitable?

The Grapevine
The Grapevine - 12 November 2018

The Grapevine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2018 49:14


This week Kulja and Dylan speak with author Paul Daley about his book On Patriotism.Then, Bindi Cole Chocka and James Henry come on the show to talk about their play The Bridge Projects, about the collapse of the Westgate Bridge in the 70'sFinally, the Schools Education Program Director, Pete Goss, comes on the show to talk about education effectiveness in different states and territories.

JAM PAKT with Jonzy
EPISODE 10 - JAMES HENRY

JAM PAKT with Jonzy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2018 25:29


In this week's show, Jonzy catches up with James Henry - a man with music royalty in his blood! James is the grandson of Uncle Jimmy Little and an incredibly inspiring musician in his own right, not to mentiion being a deadly photographer and researcher who talks to mob all over the country. You'll get a lot out of this yarn.

Angular Air
ngAir 173 - Angular Console with Victor Savkin, Dan Muller, Ayşegül Yönet and James Henry

Angular Air

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2018 53:59


--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/angularair/support

James Tyson Music Don't Lie
James Henry Tyson - End of 2017 Mix

James Tyson Music Don't Lie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2017 59:50


Selection of my best dance floor bangers that I've been playing out and about through 2017. Some new, some old.

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
Homily - James Henry Penick, III

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2017 15:25


Wednesday, November 15, 2017 The Very Rev. Dr. Christoph Keller, III

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
Homily - James Henry Penick, III

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2017 15:25


Wednesday, November 15, 2017 The Very Rev. Dr. Christoph Keller, III

Been There Doing That Podcast
#010 - Stuck and 50 Miles from the Nearest Town

Been There Doing That Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2017 42:30


We are doing something different for this episode. When we were at Overland Expo East a couple of weeks ago, we met James Henry. We were campground neighbors and fellow volunteers for the event. He and his wife, Amanda, went on the Transamerica Trail last year. We thought we'd share some of our conversations we had with James.   Episode Highlights: James Henry computer animator and Army Veteran from New Jersey Website: jamescg.net Was in the Army for 7 years Became interested in overlanding because was basically doing it as an Army scout Began planning trip three months before getting out of the Army Bought 2002 Land Rover Discovery and modified it for trip Purchased the maps from Sam Correro at transamtrail.com Took two months to complete Favorite parts were passes in Colorado and Moab Impressed with Gaia GPS app for IOS and Android Thought they were in real trouble Power steering pump blew with fluid fiasco and the trip hadn't even really began  Death Canyon, UT - stuck in salt flats, storm a brewing, no cell service, 50 miles from the nearest town An unexpected float trip in Idaho Thanks James for a great interview. We really enjoyed getting to know you a bit. May our paths cross again.

The Grapevine
The Grapevine - 8 May 2017

The Grapevine

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2017 39:31


This week Kulja and Dylan speak with Pete Goss from the Grattan Institute about the new school funding plansFinally, James Henry comes on the show to talk about Kulin Tide Strings, a collaboration with Silo Strings Quartet showing at the Yirramboi First Nations Festival

Lion of Vienna Suite: for Bolton Wanderers FC fans
Lion of Vienna Suite - LOVpod Episode 62

Lion of Vienna Suite: for Bolton Wanderers FC fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2016 74:02


After the madness of last week's episode, as Bolton Wanderers managed to sign five players on deadline day, the Lion of Vienna Suite Podcast returns to a relative level of normalcy this week. Dan is joined by DowntheMannyRd Tom and the returning Chris to talk all things Wanderers this week and even touch on Big Sam Allardyce's first match in charge of the England international team. The lads, all of which attended Saturday's stalemate with Southend United, discussed the game in great depth. Discussing the system that Parkinson is implementing, the stylish pass and move football they played, the diamond formation and how, even though we should have won the game, they didn't come away from the Macron Stadium on Saturday disappointed. The trio then discussed the performances of every player and they were all very impressed with new boys James Henry, Keshi Anderson and Sammy Ameobi. Not forgetting the brilliant Jay Spearing and Mark Beevers. Dean Moxey, not so much. Before closing the group talked about how great it is seeing Big Sam win his first game as England boss and what they want to see from him in the future. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Lion of Vienna Suite Podcast
Lion of Vienna Suite - LOVpod Episode 62

Lion of Vienna Suite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2016 74:02


After the madness of last week's episode, as Bolton Wanderers managed to sign five players on deadline day, the Lion of Vienna Suite Podcast returns to a relative level of normalcy this week. Dan is joined by DowntheMannyRd Tom and the returning Chris to talk all things Wanderers this week and even touch on Big Sam Allardyce's first match in charge of the England international team. The lads, all of which attended Saturday's stalemate with Southend United, discussed the game in great depth. Discussing the system that Parkinson is implementing, the stylish pass and move football they played, the diamond formation and how, even though we should have won the game, they didn't come away from the Macron Stadium on Saturday disappointed. The trio then discussed the performances of every player and they were all very impressed with new boys James Henry, Keshi Anderson and Sammy Ameobi. Not forgetting the brilliant Jay Spearing and Mark Beevers. Dean Moxey, not so much. Before closing the group talked about how great it is seeing Big Sam win his first game as England boss and what they want to see from him in the future. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Lion of Vienna Suite: for Bolton Wanderers FC fans
Lion of Vienna Suite - LOVpod Episode 61- Deadline Day Drama

Lion of Vienna Suite: for Bolton Wanderers FC fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2016 72:20


Despite Dan calling it episode 60 for the entire pod, this week's episode of the Lion of Vienna Suite Podcast is actually episode 61, and it's brimming with deadline day drama. Dan was joined by Rob, Alistair and DowntheMannyRd Tom and they recorded the podcast during the final hours of deadline day, just as Bolton Wanderers were making all of their FIVE new signings. So you can hear their live reactions and discussions on Kaiyne Woolery (sad face), Conor Wilkinson (GET IN!) and Tom Walker all leaving the club, as they left for Wigan Athletic permanently, Chesterfield on loan and Bury on loan respectively. Then their jubilation and delight as the Whites brought in Keshi Anderson, Ben Alnwick, Sami Ameobi, James Henry and finally Tom Thrope.  Alnwick joins on a two-year deal from Peterborough United, Henry and Ameobi on loan until January from Wolverhampton Wanderers and Newcastle United, respectively. Then Anderson and Thrope both join on year long loan deals from Crystal Palace and Rotherham United, again, respectively. Amongst all the pandemonium the lads forgot to talk about Gary Madine's rumoured move away and this Saturday's game against Southend United, but they did manage to discuss Saturday's 1-1 draw with Charlton Athletic and Mark Davies' season ending injury. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Lion of Vienna Suite Podcast
Lion of Vienna Suite - LOVpod Episode 61- Deadline Day Drama

Lion of Vienna Suite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2016 72:20


Despite Dan calling it episode 60 for the entire pod, this week's episode of the Lion of Vienna Suite Podcast is actually episode 61, and it's brimming with deadline day drama. Dan was joined by Rob, Alistair and DowntheMannyRd Tom and they recorded the podcast during the final hours of deadline day, just as Bolton Wanderers were making all of their FIVE new signings. So you can hear their live reactions and discussions on Kaiyne Woolery (sad face), Conor Wilkinson (GET IN!) and Tom Walker all leaving the club, as they left for Wigan Athletic permanently, Chesterfield on loan and Bury on loan respectively. Then their jubilation and delight as the Whites brought in Keshi Anderson, Ben Alnwick, Sami Ameobi, James Henry and finally Tom Thrope.  Alnwick joins on a two-year deal from Peterborough United, Henry and Ameobi on loan until January from Wolverhampton Wanderers and Newcastle United, respectively. Then Anderson and Thrope both join on year long loan deals from Crystal Palace and Rotherham United, again, respectively. Amongst all the pandemonium the lads forgot to talk about Gary Madine's rumoured move away and this Saturday's game against Southend United, but they did manage to discuss Saturday's 1-1 draw with Charlton Athletic and Mark Davies' season ending injury. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Irresistible Fiction
Clearing the FOG Radio: Panama Papers’ and the Shadow World of Finance

Irresistible Fiction

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2016 63:25


Panama Papers’ and the Shadow World of Finance by MFlowers The release of the ‘Panama Papers’ reveal the secret world of shell companies used by the rich to hide their wealth and avoid paying taxes on it. While it appears that the release of information was intended as a tool to demonize Russian President Vladimir Putin, it has backfired and instead led to a probing of who in the US is involved in this type of scheme. McClatchy News is publishing investigative pieces revealing the same activity taking place in states such as Nevada and Wyoming. The list of people involved connects directly to government figures such as US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker. It has also led to massive upheaval in Iceland where protesters are calling for the resignation of the government and new elections. We explore what’s going on with James Henry of the Tax Justice Network and Chuck Collins of the Institute for Policy Studies.   Relevant articles and websites: US Scolds Others about Offshores, but Looks Other Way at Home by Kevin Hall and Marisa Taylor The Price of Offshore Revisited by the Tax Justice Network Panama Papers Expose the Hidden Wealth of the World’s Super Rich by Chuck Collins Tax Justice Network The FACT Coalition Inequality.org We’re Not Broke Movie Treasure Islands by Nicholas Shaxson   Guests: James Shelburne Henry is a U.S. economist, attorney, and investigative journalist who has written extensively about global banking, debt crises, tax havens and economic development. In the corporate world, Henry served as Chief Economist, McKinsey & Co. (NYC global h.q.); VP Strategy, IBM/Lotus Development Corporation (Cambridge), Manager, Business Development, the Chairman’s Office (Jack Welch), GE (Fairfield), and senior consultant Monitor Group,the international consulting firm. As Managing Director of Sag Harbor Group, a strategy consulting firm, his clients have included such enterprises as ABB, Allen & Co., AT&T, AT Kearney, Calvert Fund, Ce-mex, ChinaTrust, the Scotland Yard/FBI Task Force on Caribbean Havens, IBM/Lotus, Intel, Interwise, Lucent, Merrill Lynch, South Africa Telkom, Rockefeller Foundation, the Swedish Power Board, TransAlta, UBS Warburg, Volvo, and Monitor Company. A member of the New York Bar, he has served as a pro bono cooperating attorney for the NYCLU on First Amendment issues, and as Vice President, New York Civil Liberties Union – Suffolk County. He is author of the acclaimed investigative economics book The Blood Bankers, and his articles and citations have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New Republic, The Nation, The Conference Board, The Washington Post, Harpers, Fortune, Jornal do Brasil, The Manila Chronicle, La Nacion, and many others.   Chuck Collins is a senior scholar at the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) and directs IPS’s Program on Inequality and the Common Good. He is an expert on U.S. inequality and author of several books, including 99 to 1: How Wealth Inequality is Wrecking the World and What We Can Do About It. He is co-author with Bill Gates Sr. of Wealth and Our Commonwealth, (Beacon Press, 2003), a case for taxing inherited fortunes. He is co-author with Mary Wright of The Moral Measure of the Economy, a book about Christian ethics and economic life. He is co-founder of Wealth for the Common Good, a network of business leaders, high-income households and partners working together to promote shared prosperity and fair taxation. This network merged in 2015 with the Patriotic Millionaires. In 1995, he co-founded United for a Fair Economy (UFE) to raise the profile of the inequality issue and support popular education and organizing efforts to address inequality. He was Executive Director of UFE from 1995-2001 and Program Director until 2005.

Clearing the FOG with co-hosts Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese
Clearing the FOG on the Shadow World of Finance

Clearing the FOG with co-hosts Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2016 63:25


The release of the 'Panama Papers' reveal the secret world of shell companies used by the rich to hide their wealth and avoid paying taxes on it. While it appears that the release of information was intended as a tool to demonize Russian President Vladimir Putin, it has backfired and instead led to a probing of who in the US is involved in this type of scheme. McClatchy News is publishing investigative pieces revealing the same activity taking place in states such as Nevada and Wyoming. The list of people involved connects directly to government figures such as US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker. It has also led to massive upheaval in Iceland where protesters are calling for the resignation of the government and new elections. We explore what's going on with James Henry of the Tax Justice Network and Chuck Collins of the Institute for Policy Studies. For more information, visit www.ClearingtheFOGRadio.org.

Cage Side Submissions
Cage Side Submissions Ep 38 Special Episode James Henry

Cage Side Submissions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2014 119:00


Welcome to a Special episode of Cage Side Submissions,We plan to provide you with unique and fun-filled SHOWS. News, highlights, and interviews Please feel free to call in with your questions and comments at anytime. 657-383-0267 For our host's Steve Rychel (@CSSRadio)  Don Mcguire (@mcguireufc) Joining the guy's Tonight is  James Henry(@HenrysMMA) Who run's Henry's MMA, home of the fastest growing MMA competition team , in the New River Valley. Henry's MMA is an affiliate of Bang Muay Thai Inc.

SAGE Otolaryngology
OTO: AAO-HNS Clinical Practice Guideline on Tinnitus Part 2

SAGE Otolaryngology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2014 16:41


This podcast highlights a clinical practice guideline on tinnitus that is published as an October 2014 supplement to Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, the official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) Foundation.  In the second of two podcasts for this supplement Editor in chief Richard Rosenfeld is joined by co-authors James Henry and Deena Hollingsworth in discussing the importance of rehabilitation and coping strategies in managing patients with tinnitus.

Harper Lecture Series
Harper Lecture with Emily Teeter, PhD'90: Pioneer to the Past: James Henry Breasted and the Birth of American Egyptology

Harper Lecture Series

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2014 80:16


If you experience any technical difficulties with this video or would like to make an accessibility-related request, please send a message to digicomm@uchicago.edu. James Henry Breasted (1865-1935), the founder of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, is one of the most important figures in the growth of Egyptology in North America. Emily Teeter's lecture will explore how this field developed through the colorful life and career of James Henry Breasted--from his birth in Rockford, Illinois, to his rise as a giant figure in Egyptology whose legacy is still felt at the University of Chicago and throughout the world. From his initial study of Christian scripture, Breasted expanded his view to explore the importance of Egypt and the ancient Middle East in the rise of Western civilization. With the spectacular synergy of his vision and charisma and his innate ability to attract loyal benefactors, especially John D. Rockefeller Jr., Breasted reinvented the way Americans regarded the ancient past. Every aspect of American Egyptology--the growth of museum collections, the invention of epigraphy, the rise of popular books on the ancient Near East, the interpretation of the tomb of Tutankhamun, even abortive plans to build a spectacular new museum in Cairo--bore Breasted's stamp and influence. Emily Teeter, PhD'90, is an Egyptologist and research associate at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. She is the author of many books, most recently Religion and Ritual in Ancient Egypt.

Memorial Art Gallery Audio files
James Henry Beard's painting The Night Before the Battle

Memorial Art Gallery Audio files

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2013 3:08


Curator Marjorie Searl discusses James Henry Beard's painting The Night Before the Battle.

SBS Cook Islands Maori - SBS ki roto i te reo Maori o te Kuki Airani
Victorian community's reflections for the year - Victorian community's reflections for the year

SBS Cook Islands Maori - SBS ki roto i te reo Maori o te Kuki Airani

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 1970 16:42


The year 2016 that was, as seen by President James Henry of the Cook Islands Community Victoria. - Te akamanako anga i te mataiti 2016 tei aere ia mai, mei roto i te komakoma anga atu ki te Tama James Henry, Peretiteni o te tamaru metua Cook Islands Community Victoria.