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Best podcasts about Jody Allen

Latest podcast episodes about Jody Allen

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
BFT Interview: Bob Condotta

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 23:02


John Canzano talks with Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times to talk Seahawks football heading into the 2021 season. Canzano asks Condotta if the Seahawks did enough to keep Russell Wilson happy this offseason, are there any questions regarding Jody Allen's commitment to the franchise, is free agent K.J. Wright still part of the Seahawks' plans, how does Seattle match up with the 49ers and Rams this season, is Sean Mannion a guy who can make it and fit in that quarterback room, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.

Hope Breakfast with Sam & Duncan
The Work Life Struggle When You Work From Home: Jody Allen

Hope Breakfast with Sam & Duncan

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 4:54


The Sinner and The Saint
Sinner and Saint 7.3.2021 Hour 1

The Sinner and The Saint

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2021 50:36


Luke is back from Alaska with some good drinking, golfing and bear stories! Jody Allen is a terrible owner and we can prove it. We all whine about parity in sports, and it's finally here with the NBA playoffs. EVERYONE IS PISSED, THOUGH! A penis has broken vertically. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Trail Blazers Outsiders
Can Chauncey Billups win over fans & build a championship roster?

Trail Blazers Outsiders

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 42:08


Channing and Dan react to the Trail Blazers' Chauncey Billups introductory press conference, discuss whether fans will trust the franchise again, speculate about potential roster moves, and debate whether the Blazers have a championship-caliber roster.1:20 - Recapping and reacting to the Billups introductory press conference7:56 - The importance and role of Chauncey's coaching staff11:10 - Will we ever hear from Jody Allen?13:40 - Potential roster moves... or how to build a championship-caliber roster in Portland26:25 - Zach Collins' injury and what's next for him34:30 - Can we expect Billups to take the team to the Western Conference Finals next season?See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Cliff and Puck
6-30 H2 - Brad Adam on Mariners, Hector Santiago / Blazers gaffe digging up issues for Jody Allen / Tweet of the Day

Cliff and Puck

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 38:09


Brad Adam of ROOT Sports joins Jason Puckett to discuss the full reopening of the ballpark to fans this weekend, Brad getting to the ballpark for first time this year, Hector Santiago suspension's and the trickle-down effects of that, along with the Mariners recent performance. The big P.R. gaffe by the Blazers in regards to their press conference announcing the hiring of Chauncey Billups has actually pulled up some past serious allegations against Blazers and Seahawks owner Jody Allen.

Cliff and Puck
6-30 H2 - Brad Adam on the Santiago suspension, and all things M's / Accusations against Jody Allen, and how they relate to the Blazers

Cliff and Puck

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 38:11


As the Mariners reach the halfway point in the season, there's a lot happening with the team. ROOT Sports' Brad Adam joins us to discuss it all. Last hour we talked about the problematic press conference involving the Portland Trail Blazers and their transparency in investigating Chauncey Billups. Well Blazers (and Seahawks) owner Jody Allen has faced allegations of inappropriate behavior herself, which raises further questions. It's another great parody about working retail by Scott Seiss on the Tweet of the Day.

The Juggling Act
How to earn money without leaving your home

The Juggling Act

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 13:00


Kids are expensive. It sometimes feels like the bills never end. Music classes, sporting teams, school fees, rent, mortgages. The list goes on. Covid has got more and more parents thinking about starting their own business and having the freedom to set their own schedule and work from home. Or, you might be looking for ways to bring in extra cash that works with the family. Today's guest is known as the Stay at Home Mum, and she's been there and done that. Jody Allen has a new book out called Earn at Home Mum, and she joins us with her advice and top tips. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rip City Report
The Blazers Balcony, Episode 18

Rip City Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 59:45


On the first 2021 Playoffs edition of The Blazers Balcony podcast, Brooke Olzendam and Casey Holdahl discuss an unpredictable end to the regular season, Portland drawing Denver in the three-six matchup, the Trail Blazers making the postseason eight-straight times, the matchup with the Nuggets, assuming the worst and an initial preview of the series. Also included are a bunch of shoutouts, doodle doodle bam, Jody Allen's jackets, foldable pizza, mystery popcorn and Brooke's first round prediction. 

Feed Play Love
Want to earn an income at home? Here's how

Feed Play Love

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 13:34


Jody Allen founded her business Stay at Home Mum after being made redundant nine years ago. Now she wants to help other parents learn how to make their business ideas become a reality. Her book Earn at home mum gives mums all the tools to make their dream a reality. Jody talks about starting with nothing, and why we should all just give it a go.

This Glorious Mess
Little Kids: How Do I Make More Money From Home?

This Glorious Mess

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2021 29:56


Welcome to This Glorious Mess Little Kids. A twice-weekly look at parenting as it really is - confusing, exhausting, inspiring, funny, and full of surprises. So many surprises! How do you balance work and family? Does one parent stay home? Does one parent work part-time?  Our guest today Jody Allen, is the author of Earn At Home Mum and the founder of stayathomemum.com.au. Jody joins us to talk about creating side hustles and developing more flexible work arrangements that take the pressure off the 9 to 5, no matter what your passion is. So if you're looking for a way to stay home and make money, Jody is here to tell us how!  Plus, Tegan and Leigh share some very messy toddler toilet stories.  LINKS Jody's latest book Earn At Home Mum is out now!  RECOMMENDATIONS Leigh: Nourishing Bubs Toddler Meals CREDITS Host: Leigh Campbell & Tegan Natoli Guest: Jody Allen Producers: Mikayla Floriano CONTACT US Share your listener dilemmas with us! Leave us a message on 02 8999 9386. Send us an email at tgm@mamamia.com.au Looking for a community of like-minded parents?  Join our Mamamia Parents Facebook Page... https://www.facebook.com/groups/1047713658714395/   Want a weekly parenting newsletter from Holly Wainwright? Sign up here... https://www.mamamia.com.au/newsletter/ Looking for other podcasts to listen to? You'll find all our Mamamia shows at https://mamamia.com.au/podcasts/ Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Charlottesville Community Engagement
April 9, 2021: Charlottesville Council endorses Starr Hill vision, holds first reading of $192.2M budget

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2021 23:01


In today’s Patreon-fueled shout-out, supporter Lonnie Murray wants you to know about a series of seminars on spring and fall landscaping with native plants. Plant Virginia Natives has held four of these already, but the next one is coming up on April 20 with Beth Mizell of Blue Ridge Prism on how to identify and eradicate invasive plants in Virginia. On today’s show: A review of Charlottesville City Council’s meeting from this past Monday, including a first reading of the budget and a discussion of performance metrics Council also adds the Starr Hill Vision Plan to the 2013 Comprehensive Plan as part of the appendix The eastern entrance to the Blue Ridge Tunnel will close for repairs to the parking lot beginning this Monday The University of Virginia will live-stream the dedication of the Memorial to Enslaved Workers Saturday morningThe bulk of today’s show deals with the Charlottesville City Council meeting from Monday, April 5. But before we get to that, here’s a few quicker stories. The unemployment rate in the Charlottesville Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) dropped to 4.8 percent February, down from 5.1 percent in January. That’s according to data released Wednesday by the Virginia Employment Commission. Statewide the rate in February was 5.4 percent, down from 5.7 percent in January. The unemployment rate in February 2020 was 2.1 percent in the Charlottesville MSA and 2.5 percent statewide.  Over in the Shenandoah Valley, the Staunton-Waynesboro MSA has an unemployment rate of 4.6 in February, down from 4.8 in 4.8 in January. In February 2020, those communities had an unemployment rate of 2.2 percent. Source: Virginia Employment CommissionTomorrow morning at 11 a.m., the University of Virginia will hold a ceremony to formally dedicate the Memorial to Enslaved Laborers, which was completed last year but the pandemic prevented a public dedication. There are at least 4,000 people who built and maintained the University of Virginia from 1819 until Liberation Day in 1865. The event will be live-streamed. (UVA Today article)Tonight at 6 p.m., a group called the Descendants of Enslaved Communities at the University of Virginia will have its public launch on a virtual event that begins at 6 p.m. Speakers will be Dr. Andrea Douglass of the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center, Dr. Jody Allen of The Lemon Project at William and Mary, and Dr. Michael Blakey of the Montpelier Descendant Committee.  Registration is limited. (Descendant’s Day event)*The eastern parking lot of the Blue Ridge Tunnel in Nelson County will be closed for at least three weeks beginning Monday, April 12 so that it can be expanded. The director of the Nelson County Parks and Recreation department sent out an email stating that barriers will be placed on Afton Depot Lane and people will be stationed outside to direct people to the western trailhead which is in Waynesboro. Traffic congestion, over-parking, and litter have been issues on the eastern side since it opened last November. (more information) The view last November shortly after the tunnel opened for pedestrian passage (Credit: Victoria Dunham)The rest of this newsletter is dedicated to the Charlottesville City Council meeting from Monday, April 5. Let’s just go through it, more or less in order. As reported elsewhere, the Charlottesville School Board has entered into a $1.47 million contract with architectural firm VMDO to conduct design services for the reconfiguration of the city’s middle schools. VMDO has also been hired to put together growth and capacity scenarios for the entire school system. Source: December 19, 2018 Charlottesville School Board budget presentationThe capital budget before the City Council includes a placeholder of $50 million for the project, but more detailed analysis will yield a more accurate cost estimate. “The initial analysis of the existing buildings of the schools, the two buildings being Buford Middle School and Walker Upper Elementary School, have been completed including building envelope assessments, general building condition analysis, a building 3D digital modeling, and site survey,” Boyles said. A kick-off meeting will be held next week and community engagement will begin in early May. “An initial assessment of the findings are due back in June,” Boyles said. “While these will be preliminary and an initial assessment, it will begin to start giving feedback and data to the City Council and the Charlottesville School Board.” This week, several housing advocacy groups asked Council to help cover the legal costs of preventing evictions. The entire nation is currently under a moratorium imposed by the Centers for Disease Control that has now been extended to June 30, and groups are concerned that tenants will face renewed pressures once it is lifted. Boyles said Council has provided direction at work sessions this spring to provide resources. (CDC order)“We have engaged discussions with the Legal Aid Justice Center,” Boyles said. “They have presented some ideas of how this could move forward. At this point our recommendation is to utilize the American Recovery Plan funds that the city should be receiving.” Boyles said one possibility is for a two-year agreement between the Legal Aid Justice Center and the city. A community outreach person would be funded as part of this arrangement. “I do believe that the right direction to go is with contracting with someone like Legal Aid Justice Center and they have begun to work up what the cost estimates would be as soon as the American Recovery Funds are available, we can present that to Council for approval,” Boyles said. Virginia is also continuing to offer a rent relief program related to the pandemic. Councilor Lloyd Snook noted that many in Albemarle County had asked Council to increase funding for eviction prevention and to push for policies to protect tenants’ rights. “I would hope that there would be also be conversations with Albemarle County just as they are having with the city of Charlottesville,” Snook said. “I’ve been interested to note that roughly half of the letters that we have received in the last few days imploring the city to do something have been from county residents. And I’ve asked some of them if they’ve sent a comparable letter to the Board of Supervisors.” Boyles said he has already reached out to Albemarle to begin the conversations of working together. I put the question to Emily Kilroy, the county’s Director of Communications and Public Engagement. She said Albemarle does not have a specific eviction prevention program, but does fund Legal Aid Justice Center and Piedmont Housing Alliance to provide direct services.“Over the course of the pandemic, the Emergency Financial Assistance Program that the County is sponsoring through United Way has provided funds for rent, including referrals from the General District Court related to eviction petitions,” Kilroy said in an email. “The Housing Choice Voucher program has been able to increase subsidy payments to owners on behalf of our participants who may have lost their income during COVID and have done so, on several occasions.Later in the meeting, Council held a public hearing on the budget for FY22 which so far does not include any funding from the American Recovery Plan because staff wants to have a full sense of restrictions that may come with the money. However, Boyles said one of the first uses will be to fill the revenue shortfalls from FY21. Staff have been working to close a multimillion dollar budget gap. “While revenue projections are improving for FY21, we still estimate a $9.2 revenue loss for fiscal year 21,” Boyles said. Final budget adoption is scheduled for April 13. After that, Boyles is hoping to relaunch the city’s strategic planning process in order to inform future budgets. The current strategic plan was adopted in June 2017 and no one is left on Council from that time. “My vision is that as soon as we get through with this budget process, then we begin a strategic planning process that will start to lead us toward the FY23 budget,” Boyles said. A strategic plan is not to be confused with the Comprehensive Plan, which is a document intended to direct the development of land and public infrastructure. The strategic plan is intended to create policy objectives which then direct the work of the city’s employees as well as what the city chooses to fund. Mayor Nikuyah Walker said one of her main objectives is to ensure city funding for non-profits is tied to performance. “One of the major points that came out of the task force or working group meeting I convened or whatever we called it was to figure out how to get citizens input directly and not just have nonprofits be able to say that X people of number participated and thereby just by participating they get the dollars that there are allocated,” Walker said.For many years, Albemarle and Charlottesville participated in something called the Agency Budget Review Team in which a sixteen member team evaluated requests jointly.However, Council opted to go its own way beginning with the development of the FY21 budget in favor of something the Vibrant Community Fund. In her comments above, Walker was referring to the Measurement and Solutions Group which had been intended to meet to “identify appropriate measurements, benchmarks, solutions and metrics for the designated priority areas for use in The Vibrant Community Funding process.” Those priority areas are “Jobs/Wages, Affordable Housing, Public Health Care, and Education.” However, that process has been delayed by the pandemic. Boyles said the process would be improved for the next fiscal year.“For FY23 we want to come up with a means to be able to identify some of our nonprofit and community stakeholders and partners that will become more of a line item within the budget so that even though it is an annual basis, it be a little bit more definitive for them to know they’re going to get a funding of a certain amount every year,” Boyles said. A work session on the process going into the next fiscal year will be held in May.You’re listening to Charlottesville Community Engagement. What do you know about rock music? Want to put it to the test? Join WTJU virtually on April 16 for their first-ever Trivia Night at 8 p.m. Join a team in the virtual pub and put your screens together to answer rounds of questions with themes that relate to rock, radio, and local lore. There will be merriment! There will be prizes! Trivia Night is just three days before the beginning of the rock marathon, a seven-day extravaganza to help fund the station. Visit wtju.net to learn more!The entire plan can be downloaded from the New Hill Development Corporation's website (download) Council next took up the adoption of the Starr Hill Vision Plan to the City’s Comprehensive Plan. In November 2018, Council used $500,000 from its Equity Fund to pay the nonprofit New Hill Development Corporation to create a small area plan. Alex Ikefuna is the deputy director of the Neighborhood Development Services department.“Planning Commission and staff worked together,” Ikefuna said. “Originally it was a small area plan that because of the contents and the efficiencies in the land use it was agreed with the consultant that it would be submitted to the Planning Commission and subsequently to the City Council as a vision plan,” Ikefuna said. Yolunda Harrell is with New Hill Development Corporation, which was formed following conversations that began in July 2017 with former Councilors Wes Bellamy and Kathy Galvin. “This plan intentionally centers the Black community, not to the exclusion of others, but rather to the intentional inclusion of us,” Harrell said. “This plan specifically looks at opportunities to increase the street-level presence of sustainable, well-capitalized, existing and start-up Black-owned businesses.” Harrell said part of the work going forward will involved providing gap money to finance entrepreneurial efforts. From the land use perspective, the idea is to create multiple types of housing so as to cover different affordability ranges. “Whether you are a first-time homebuyer, a voucher-holder, or someone looking for the next phase of housing along their financial growth path, in this plan we have demonstrated how those opportunities can and will exist,” Harrell said. Harrell said the plan would build off of the work the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center has done to curate local Black history. The Jefferson School received $450,000 from the city’s Strategic Initiatives fund in FY2018 and another $500,000 in FY2019. “This plan also speaks to the need for gathering spaces where folks can connect or just simply be,” Harrell said. “Where they can be empowered to congregate and co-create, build and own, and innovate and learn.” Harrell said the 10.4 acre City Yard property offers the best chance to create new housing. Currently the city’s public works department is located in the space. City Council agreed to fund a $300,000 environmental remediation plan in FY20. Ikefuna said that money has not yet been spent. “While City Yard represents a genuine opportunity for new affordable housing as part of a mixed-use development, Starr Hill’s existing residential neighborhood must be sustained and strengthened,” Harrell said. Harrell said the plan offers suggestions on what could happen immediately. “Which is, creating housing on Brown Street, thus shoring up and strengthening the integrity of the existing residential neighborhood,” Harrell said. “This can be done while we explore other opportunities in the larger plan.”Looking west on Brown Street, April 8, 2021 (Credit: Sean Tubbs)Brown Street runs east-west between Cream Street and 5th Street NW and most of the parcels on the northern side are vacant. The city’s property records indicate there are 14 landowners on the street. In addition to the City Yard, the City of Charlottesville owns a 0.13 acre vacant lot at 609 Brown Street. Harrell suggested these properties could be be subdivided to create between 10 and 46 new residential units, including homeownership opportunities to first-time home buyers.  As for the greater City Yard, Harrell said the vision could yield many more places to live.“If we just look for a moment at the proposed vision, our city could gain upwards of 250 additional housing units not to mention the additional office and retail space to support the presence of Main Street, Black-owned businesses which can significantly change the social fabric of our community,” Harrell said. Source: New Hill Development CorporationThe plan also calls for the identification of 50 parking spaces for First Baptist Church on West Main Street, which Harrell said will eventually lose 50 spaces when the Amtrak parking lot is eventually redeveloped. There are no plans for that now, but Harrell said the Starr Hill Vision Plan identified that need for the future. But the main idea is to reconnect the city after decades of fragmentation using new infrastructure.“There is an important opportunity to restore and strengthen the connections between Starr Hill to a broader network of neighborhoods from Westhaven, 10th and Page, and Rose Hill to the Downtown Mall,” Harrell said. Councilor Lloyd Snook said he was interested to come up with a future for the City Yard, but had some concerns about adding this specific vision to the Comprehensive Plan.“A Comprehensive Plan, it seems to me, needs to be more than just here’s a possibility,” Snook said. “It has to be ‘we’ve made a decision that this is the possibility not just a possibility.’”Snook said the visioning work was a start, but the city is in the middle of a Comprehensive Plan process through the Cville Plans Together initiative. “I’m not sure we’re there yet,” Snook said. “I think you’ve given us a great start for a lot of discussions that we need to be having.”Harrell said they have met with the Cville Plans Together consultants, Rhodeside & Harwell, and have updated them on the plan.“They are just waiting for this plan to be adopted so that they can then roll it up into consideration of the overall plan,” Harrell said. “We did make suggestions on what zoning should happen and what ways the land could be used.”  Ikefuna said the Starr Hill Vision Plan did not have enough land use analysis and the level of detail required for a small area plan. “However, it has several contents such as housing, economic development, and placemaking part of which is the connectivity concept which Yolunda alluded to in her presentationFor City Yard to be developed, City Council would need to approve a plan to move Public Works elsewhere and there is no estimate for how much that would cost the city. But redevelopment would begin with remediation.“I don’t think you can reuse that site without remediation,” Ikefuna said. “Maybe the areas around Brown Street could be carved out and developed. It has a good potential for development for housing. But in terms of redevelopment of City Yard, there has to be remediation.” Harrell said the vision plan addresses remediation. The plan suggests the city consider enrolling in the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality’s Voluntary Remediation Program which can lead to grants to pay for clean-up efforts. The plan also lists previous efforts to document contamination at the site and noted that remediation may have a preliminary cost estimate of $3.4 million. Harrell said that the plan has taken previous studies into consideration and designates commercial uses in areas that might need remediation. Council voted unanimously to approve a motion to add the Starr Hill Vision Plan to the appendix of 2013 Comprehensive Plan, the same way that the Cherry Avenue Small Area Plan and the Hydraulic Area Plan were added. (see all approved city plans)That’s still not all from the Council meeting. I’ve clipped out audio for potential future segments on the 4-1 vote for an amendment of the special use permit for new apartments on Harris Street, action on changes to City Council rules related to expenditures of funds, and a presentation on the latest version of the Orange Dot Report from Piedmont Virginia Community College’s Division of Community Self-Sufficiency Programs. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

What's Chad Doing?
The Seahawks Need To Make A Choice- Pete Carroll Or Russell Wilson

What's Chad Doing?

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2021 22:10


Softy from 950 KJR @softykjr in Seattle joins @ChadInRipCity to discuss the power struggle between Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson. What is the cause of the rift? Can there be a resolution? And in the end, will Jody Allen have to make a choice between coach and franchise quarterback? 3-12-21.

Another View The Radio Show Podcast
Williamsburg: Preserving African American History

Another View The Radio Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2021 54:00


Williamsburg, Virginia, and specifically, William and Mary and Colonial Williamsburg, has come a long way in acknowledging the contributions of African American enslaved and free people to quality of life since the landing of the first Africans to English North America more than 400 years ago. What was once an ignored legacy is now coming to light through thoughtful apology, rigorous scholarship, and archaeological findings. We talk about the latest finding - the identification of the structure of the Williamsburg Bray School - an 18th century school dedicated to the education of free and enslaved Black children. We also get an update on the archaeological dig of the original First Baptist Church, Williamsburg, the 3rd oldest Black church in America, built for and by Black people. Our guests include Jody Allen, the Robert Francis Engs Director of The Lemon Project at William and Mary; Connie Matthews Harshaw, President, Let Freedom Ring Foundation; Jack Gary, Archaeologist, Colonial Williamsburg; and others involved in the collaboration between William and Mary, Colonial Williamsburg and the Historic First Baptist Church of Williamsburg.

What's Chad Doing?
Does Jody Allen Have To Choose Between Russell Wilson & Pete Carroll?

What's Chad Doing?

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2021 21:57


Seahawks and NFL Insider from @NBCSNW Joe Fann @Joe_Fann joins Chad to discuss the rift between Russell Wilson & the Seahawks and whether or not the relationship can be restored. 2-26-21.

Weird Darkness: Stories of the Paranormal, Supernatural, Legends, Lore, Mysterious, Macabre, Unsolved
“THE POLTERGEIST TORTURE OF ELEONORE ZUGAN” and More True Stories! #WeirdDarkness

Weird Darkness: Stories of the Paranormal, Supernatural, Legends, Lore, Mysterious, Macabre, Unsolved

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2020 87:02


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Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
BFT Interview: Chris McGowan

Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2020 26:02


Guest: Chris McGowan - Trail Blazers President John Canzano talks with Chris McGowan about the initial transition into quarantine, what it's like working with Jody Allen, shifting concessions to more local brands, how he feels sports leagues are handling the return to play, and the importance of fulfilling TV obligations. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.

Blazer's Edge
What to Expect from Jusuf Nurkic When He Returns

Blazer's Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2020 54:09


On this week's episode of the Blazer's Edge podcast, Tara Bowen-Biggs and Danny Marang take a look the impending return of Jusuf Nurkic in the coming weeks and want to expect, what Jody Allen's motivations at the deadline could be, Tara's desire to have Ed Davis back, the development of Anfernee Simons, and more! Intro Opening Comments Tara really wants Ed Davis back 2:40 How much longer can the team go without making a move? 6:00 What are Jody Allen’s motivations? 7:00 Are the Blazers being prudent? 8:00 How messaging has changed from the beginning of the season until now? 9:00 Blazers dealing with an outbreak: 11:00 The return of Jusuf Nurkic 12:30 Expectations for his play 13:30 Will the basketball change when Nurk returns? 17:00 Why haven’t we seen Nassir Little or Gary Trent Jr. as much? 21:00 What do you hope and/or expect from Little, Trent and Jaylen Hoard? 22:00 What do you see as best case scenario for the young guys? 30:00 How do you think the Blazers are looking at developing Anfernee Simons and how is that going? 33:00 When things aren’t going well in a season (like this year) what do you watch? 44:30 Closing Comments Outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Silvi Knows
Silvi Knows: NBA Broadcaster Kevin Calabro

Silvi Knows

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2019 61:17


Whenever you hear Kevin Calabro's voice over the airwaves, it's easy to conclude he's probably courtside at an NBA game. He's currently in his fourth season broadcasting games for the Portland Trailblazers, but in the Seattle area, he's best known as the longtime voice of the Sonics. Calabro joins us on the Silvi Knows podcast to talk a whole lot of NBA, from the current Blazers (16:00), to his days with the Sonics and the always quotable George Karl (30:00). Calabro often gets credit for giving Sonics great Shawn Kemp his Reign Man nickname, but he sets the record straight (40:00).It's been a long time since Calabro started his broadcasting career calling minor league hockey games in Indiana (3:00), but it was that Checkers team that gave him his first paid broadcasting job and helped lead him to tell us some humorous stories from back in the day, including a stint as an overnight disc jockey (10:30). Calabro is one of the best in the business. He is grateful to be working for the Blazers organization and owner Jody Allen and always thankful for the opportunity afforded him by the late Paul Allen (54:30). Will Calabro ever see a day when an NBA team returns to Seattle (36:45)? That's just one of the many topics we cover on this edition of the Silvi Knows podcast.

The Trailcasters: NBA Trail Blazers Podcast
Episode 112 with Matt George Moore

The Trailcasters: NBA Trail Blazers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2019 83:15


Keith and Ty welcome former Oregonian journalist Matt George Moore back to the show and discuss the last week in Blazers basketball, with a few tangents... - Melo gets PotW... just how big is his influence on the team? - December is about HOME GAMES!!! - Is this the best we can expect from Whiteside? - There has got to be a better way to officiate the NBA - Hood's injury and what to do next - How the f#$* does Doris Burke not know who Jody Allen is? - What it means to guarantee Melo's contract Then we touch on the TC Fantasy League, but had to leave plenty of room for Ty to rant about Jokic! Thank you to all the fans who have shared all your support! Your interaction means literally EVERYTHING to us! Questions, comments, or suggestions? You can always email us at trailcasters@gmail.com ...or hit us up @trailcasters on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram Don't forget to check out our friends at Blazers Uprise, Holy Backboard, and Peeps in Plaid! If you like our music, you can find more from Odar at soundcloud.com/odarbeats And PLEASE support clearlyspeakingoregon.com and enviadventures.com like they've supported our podcast from the beginning!

Union City Radio
Union City Radio Labor History Today (10/13): Reconciling a Slaveholding Past

Union City Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2019 36:44


On this week’s show: Jody Allen, Assistant Professor of History at the College of William and Mary and Director of The Lemon Project: A Journey of Reconciliation. Jody discusses William and Mary's slaveholding past and the genesis, research, and ongoing community outreach of The Lemon Project with Working History podcast host Beth English. Plus: SEIU 32BJ’s Maria Naranjo on the origins of "chingchinas" -- soda can noisemakers -- during the Justice for Janitors campaigns of the mid-Eighties. Questions, comments or suggestions welcome, and to find out how you can be a part of Labor History Today, email us at LaborHistoryToday@gmail.com Labor History Today is produced by Union City Radio and the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor. Produced & engineered by Chris Garlock.

Global Founders
Champions of Historic Transparency (Part 2 of 2)

Global Founders

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2019 17:17


A conversation between two individuals championing the fight for transparency and reconciliation in the face of egregious historical injustices. Ebrima Sonko, 2019 Mandela Fellow, is a leader in the Gambia’s Truth, Reconciliation, and Reparations Commission that investigates human rights abuses committed by the country’s former government. He joins Dr. Jody Allen, Director of the Lemon Project, which is an organization dedicated to investigating the history of race and slavery at our partner university - William & Mary. Join them in their powerful discussion on global histories and the possible paths towards reconciliation. Episode Notes For more information on Ebrima Sonko, check out this link. For more information on Jody Allen and the Lemon Project, check out this link.

Global Founders
Champions of Historic Transparency (Part 1 of 2)

Global Founders

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2019 33:54


A conversation between two individuals championing the fight for transparency and reconciliation in the face of egregious historical injustices. Ebrima Sonko, 2019 Mandela Fellow, is a leader in the Gambia’s Truth, Reconciliation, and Reparations Commission that investigates human rights abuses committed by the country’s former government. He joins Dr. Jody Allen, Director of the Lemon Project, which is an organization dedicated to investigating the history of race and slavery at our partner university - William & Mary. Join them in their powerful discussion on global histories and the possible paths towards reconciliation. Episode Notes For more information on Ebrima Sonko, check out this link. For more information on Jody Allen and the Lemon Project, check out this link.

Working History
Reconciling a Slaveholding Past

Working History

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2019 33:51


Jody Allen, Assistant Professor of History at the College of William and Mary and Director of The Lemon Project: A Journey of Reconciliation, discusses William and Mary's slaveholding past and the genesis, research, and ongoing community outreach of The Lemon Project.

Thirst and Goal Podcast (NFL)
TAG 17: Franchise Tags, Earl Thomas, Mark Ingram, Jadeveon Clowney, Dee Ford, Jody Allen not Selling, Tyree Jackson, Custom Shots, Pike Creek 10 Year Old Canadian Whiskey, Samuel Smith Imperial Stout

Thirst and Goal Podcast (NFL)

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2019 128:58


We gave a shout out to our new listeners. We discussed some notable NFL free agents, including Ndamukong Suh of the Rams, Earl Thomas of the Seahawks, and Mark Ingram of the Saints. We talked about some franchise tagged players from around the league, including Frank Clark of the Seahawks, Demarcus Lawrence of the Cowboys who may hold out, Jadeveon Clowney of the Texans, Dee Ford of Kansas City, and Grady Jarrett of the hapless Falcons. We opined as to the fairness of firing head coaches rather than general managers. We talked about the most important qualities and/or statistics and numbers to evaluate when drafting a quarterback and a new analysis by fivethirtyeight regarding statistics from college that predict NFL success or failure. We asked Frane about the Brandon Graham signing for the Eagles. Ben wanted to discuss Tyree Jackson of the University at Buffalo (#UBhornsup). We are delighted to announce that Jody Allen is not selling the Seattle Seahawks.In addition, much much more!We held our FAMOUS Quiz, gave you our Top 5 snacks, and wrapped up Game of Thrones season seven.Frane concocted the "cover the spread" shot. We tasted Pike Creek 10 year old Canadian Whiskey! We tasted Samuel Smith Imperial Stout. We implored those of you who love the show to share us on Twitter, at the mall, at the park, at soccer practice with the kids, during dinner parties, and wherever you encounter other humans. We appreciate the support, one and all!We love those of you who like the show! Please share the podcast with folks you think would also like it, on Twitter, at the mall, at the park, at soccer practice with the kids, during dinner parties, and wherever you encounter other humans. We appreciate the support, one and all!Follow us at @GoalThirst on Twitter and @thirstand on Instagram. You can subscribe or simply visit our website at thirstandgoal.buzzsprout.com.To send us a question or a comment, email: podcastthirstandgoal@gmail.com. Please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Sea Hawkers Podcast for Seattle Seahawks fans
240: NFL Combine Day 1 with Rob Staton, Seahawks Draft Blog

Sea Hawkers Podcast for Seattle Seahawks fans

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2019 44:58


The 2019 NFL Combine kicked off this week and Rob Staton from Seahawks Draft Blog is back on the show to talk about the first day of action. Earlier in the week, some big news for the team was announced when word came out that the Seahawks would not be up for sale in the near future. Jody Allen, sister of Paul Allen, is the chair of the Paul Allen Trust and that it's in place as the ownership structure. John Schneider and Pete Carroll had their meetings with the press. We didn't get much in terms of draft news, but we did hear that Frank Clark will not be a free agent and that Earl Thomas certainly will. The first position group to get going at the combine was the offensive line. Rob talks about how Andre Dillard, tackle from Washington State, was the stand-out player who likely secured a top 15 spot in the draft based on his performance. He continues to watch for the player who fit into his trench explosion formula (TEF) to look at some of the more athletic players among the lineman and came up with 8-9 potential draft picks who shined in the testing. Justice Hill was the standout running back, topping the charts with a 4.4, as well as coming in first for the vertical and broad jump. Hill is undersized for what the Seahawks have looked for historically, but there were initially four names who the Seahawks would likely look at if they're available toward the end of the draft or as an undrafted free agent. Rob has updated his blog with three additional names, including Miles Sanders of Penn State.  The guys close the show with some names to watch for tomorrow and a couple of players the Seahawks have reportedly met with at the combine, including Washington quarterback Jake Browning. Subscribe via: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS Follow us on: Facebook | Twitter Or listen on our free app for Android, iOS, Kindle or Windows Phone/PC Call or text: 253-235-9041 Email: gohawks@seahawkerspodcast.com Support the show Get in the Flock! Visit GetInTheFlock.com and get bonus episodes Or visit our website for other ways to support the show Find Sea Hawkers clubs around the world at SeaHawkers.org Music from the show by The 12 Train, download each track at ReverbNation  

Blazer's Edge
Has the Window for the Blazers to Make a Move Passed?

Blazer's Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2018 67:59


On this week's episode of the Blazer's Edge podcast, Tara Bowen-Biggs and Danny Marang try to make sense of the last few weeks, why the Blazers suddenly can't defend the 3-point line, weird starts and bad endings to games, firing up the trade machine, the turn "against" CJ McCollum Intro Opening Comments 0:20 Why can't the Blazers defend the 3-point shot? 4:00 What is Kyle Korver known for doing? 4:25 What should you never do on Kyle Korver? 5:25 Tara agrees that Danny is objective, kind of 6:15 The lack of effort makes me want to pull my hair out 7:00 Doncic had to redeem himself after Aminu dunked the life out of him 9:30 I want to come up with a reason, but there's not a lot of stuff outside of effort & decision making 9:55 Who are we to know what is creating this perceived lack of effort? 12:50 Portland hasn't won a game trailing heading into the 4th quarter this season 13:50 Damian Lillard scores a lot in the 2nd half but what's going on in the 1st? 15:50 Starting the game through Harkless or Nurkic 17:40 and now.... Back to back with the Warriors 20:40 Asking around about trade value in Portland, it wasn't pretty 21:40 I've never heard the cries for a trade, this loud 23:30 Twitter questions! 24:00 Fire up the Trade Machine! 25:50 The way people talk about trading McCollum now is different 28:40 What are the options for Jody Allen or a prospective owner going forward 29:20 Spotting the next up & coming player and making the move 30:40 The team that keeps popping up around the league as a landing spot for CJ, Dallas 31:00 Does Harrison Barnes move the needle for CJ? 34:10 The market is not aligned for Portland to capitalize right now 39:50 Article on Ed Davis and being shocked about Ed Davis being let go... 40:30 How letting Davis go gave more opportunity to Leonard and Collins 44:50 Getting wrapped up in the role players and not seeing the bigger picture 45:20 Maximizing Leonard and Turner by optimizing their skills 50:20 Tweet for the optimists... what are you excited about? 54:00 Demanding more from the organizations 56:20 Tired of the same hamster wheel... I want a new wheel.  Closing Comments Outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Trailcasters: NBA Trail Blazers Podcast
Blazers/Clippers LIVE, Dame 4 MVP?, Blazers ownership, Nurk's impact

The Trailcasters: NBA Trail Blazers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2018 67:53


Ep. 0057: With the 2nd half of Blazers @ Clippers LIVE in the background and drinks in hand, Brandon and Keith take turns calling the action while discussing the recent victory over Toronto, the highs and lows of bench production, Dame being ignored in MVP projections, the Blazers' place in the wild Western conference, Nurk's impact, Jody Allen's affect on the franchise, and much, much MORE!  Hosted by Keith Feltner-Smith (@RipCityKeith) and Brandon Goldner (@GoldnerPDX), who appreciate all of you. Intro/Outro beats by Odar: soundcloud.com/OdarBeats Hit us up: @trailcasters (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) and trailcasters.com ...or email us! trailcasters@gmail.com PROUDLY sponsored by EnviAdventures.com - Take a private flight around Portland, The Gorge, and Mt. Hood for as little as $99! - And by ClearlySpeakingOregon.com, who help actors, doctors, students, athletes, and folks like YOU train and tone their speaking voice! Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, etc. Please SUBSCRIBE and enjoy!... and rate. And review.

Honey Mums
Ben Fordham

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2018 26:40


Radio host Ben Fordham has become a new man and shares his secret catalyst with Deb, Jo Abi has nosy neighbours telling her kids what to do, Jody Allen from www.stayathomemum.com.au shares her method for a stress free Christmas, and Maggie Dent, author and parental advice expert, explains her theory on the temperament of children. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Sarah McGilvray

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2018 23:38


Radio host Sarah McGilvray chats to Deb Knight about wrangling her workmates like they are kids, Jo Abi talks about her kids preventing her from dating, Jody Allen from www.stayathomemum.com.au discusses how to avoid a financial hangover at Christmas, and Dr Joanne Orlando, leading expert in the field of children and technology, gives advice on whether tech presents are a good idea for kids this Christmas. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Sonia Kruger

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2018 22:08


Sonia Kruger talks to Deb Knight about why she is luckier than most mums, Jody Allen from stayathomemum.com.au is digging her own pool, Jo Abi talks about how she ended up in debt, and Maggie Dent the Queen of common sense explains why you shouldn't get your kids excited about Christmas too early. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Maggie Dent

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2018 23:16


Maggie Dent, author educator and parenting guru talks to Deb about why we should find humour in raising kids... especially boys, Jody Allen from stayathomemum.com.au gives practical tips on different ways to use lemon, Jo Abi chats about the quirky dilemma she has with her neighbours and Jane de Graaff from 9Kitchen shares some terrific Christmas food ideas. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Sam Squiers

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2018 25:07


Sam Squiers, Channel Nine sports presenter opens up to Deb about how she almost died when giving birth to her pre-mature baby, Jo Abi explores co-sleeping with older kids, Jody Allen from stayathomemum.com.au gives tips on food safety and Sandy Rea explains when it's time to get help for your child's mental health. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Sara Vale

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2018 24:00


Sara Vale winner of The Block, talks to Deb Knight about coping with criticism and the difficulty of having a young child whilst competing on the show, Jody Allen from stayathomemum.com.au gives tips on how to deal with sick kids, Jo Abi has become a surfer and Sandy Rea questions how many friends a child really needs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Mem Fox

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2018 23:33


Children's author Mem Fox talks about the benefits of reading to your kids, Jo Abi talks about her kids changing schools, Jody Allen from www.stayathomemum.com.au gives tips on some unexpected things to keep in the freezer, and Sandy Rea talks about how parents are often responsible for their children behaving like bullies. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Amelia Phillips

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2018 24:40


Amelia Phillips joins Deb Knight to discuss how to get in shape on your own terms, Jo Abi reveals an interesting debate had by her kids, Jody Allen from stayathomemum.com.au gives some great Xmas tips for saving money, and Sandy Rea grapples the difficult topic of how to teach kids about death. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Dr. Kevin Donnelly

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2018 19:33


Dr. Kevin Donnelly author of How Political Correctness Is Destroying Australia speaks with Deb about how he thinks the Australian education system is going backwards, Jo Abi reveals the smelly truth of living with teenage boys, Jody Allen from www.stayathomemum.com.au shares some creative and inexpensive options for wedding cakes, and Sandy Rea talks about why kids need time away from parental supervision.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Peter Overton

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2018 21:06


Peter Overton speaks to Deb Knight about the highs and lows of being a father,Jo Abi has to explain to her kids about the death of their pet chickens, Jody Allen from stayathomemum.com.au gives  DIY tips for beautiful hair and Psychologist Sandy Rea explains Central Auditory Processing Disorder, which effects 5% of children. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Shelly Horton

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2018 23:37


Shelly Horton speaks to Deb Knight about her choice not to have children, Jo Abi is finding ways to ditch her kids during the school holidays, Jody Allen from stayathomemum.com.au gives tips on how to set up a money making side hustle, and Sandy Rea explains how we can teach children resilience through gratitude. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Dr Kirstin Ferguson

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2018 25:06


Dr Kirstin Ferguson chats to Deb Knight about her incredible twitter campaign #celebratingwomen as well as her new book Women Kind, Jo Abi has trouble convincing her daughter to cut her hair, Jody Allen from stayathomemum.com.au gives tips on how to save money for Xmas, and Sandy Rea discusses the transition into motherhood. To find Women Kind by Dr Kirstin Ferguson head to:  https://www.murdochbooks.com.au/browse/books/other-books/Women-Kind-Dr-Kirstin-Ferguson-and-Catherine-Fox-9781760523848 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Nikki Gemmell

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2018 22:45


Nikki Gemmell talks to Deb about why we need to give ourselves space to switch off, Jo Abi talks about the overload of school activities and how they make life more challenging for busy parents, Jody Allen from www.stayathomemum.com.au gives tips on how to save money on school lunches and Sandy Rea discusses how all mothers get the blues. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Jules Sebastian

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2018 24:35


Jules Sebastian talks to Deb about food security in Australia, there are an alarming amount of kids who go to school without breakfast each day, Jo Abi's daughter has written a sad but cute letter, Jody Allen from stayathomemum.com.au gives some tips on how to save money on your food bill, and Sandy Rea talks about how to deal with bad parenting days. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
David Campbell

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2018 28:19


David Campbell talks to Deb about the chaos of being a father of twins, Jody Allen from stayathomemum.com.au lists the things you MUST remove from your bathroom, Jo Abi realises a deep connection with her mother which leads her to apologise and Sandy Rea provides techniques on how to communicate with your teenager. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Liz Ellis

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2018 26:30


Liz Ellis talks to Deb about the challenges she had with infertility, Jody Allen from stayathomemum.com.au gives tips on how to deal with fussy eaters, Jo Abi has a Tuscan dilemma, and Sandy Rea explains why kids lie, and how to steer kids away from this behaviour. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Talitha Cummins

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2018 25:33


Talitha Cummins opens up about one of the most confronting confessions of her life, Jody Allen from stayathomemum.com.au  has some home remedies to keep healthy, Jo Abi's son is suddenly growing up and Sandy Rea gives advice on how to get your kids off the couch.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Tracy Lynch

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2018 25:27


Tracy Lynch mother of Ollie Lynch, opens up to Deb about what it's like having a child that was born with VACTERL  syndrome, Jody Allen from stayathomemum.com.au gives advice on how to keep clothes and shoes from getting stinky, Jo Abi talks the benefits of meal planning, and Sandy Rea provides advice on how to talk to your kids about finance. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Mrs Woog

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2018 23:53


Mrs Woog from woogsworld.com joins Deb to talk about why people are so angry and what we can do about it, Jody Allen from stayathomemum.com.au, talks about sex and how to discuss it with your kids, Jo Abi is in admiration of the unique relationship between her father and her son, and Sandy Rea provides insight into kids that run away from home. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Elle Halliwell

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2018 26:58


Elle Halliwell joins Deb Knight to discuss the choice she had to make between saving her own life or that of her unborn baby, Jo Abi talks about her son Giovanni and his overly honest ways, Sandy Rea sheds light on the issue of how watching porn can affect children and Jody Allen from www.stayathomemum.com.au joins the group to discuss teaching kids about finance. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Honey Mums
Jody Allen

Honey Mums

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2018 19:49


Jody Allen from stayathomemum.com.au joins Deb Knight to  talk about how she deals with the chaos of the morning school run, Jo Abi to discusses her son's new obsession with his hair and psychologist Sandy Rea talks about what to do if you find out your child is a bully. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

This Glorious Mess
Forgetful Parents, Unite!

This Glorious Mess

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2018 28:00


Shout-out to the parents who are running late whilst listening to this show, because no one told us that as a parent, you'd have to be organised. And for some of us that's easier said than done. Plus, what's protocol when it comes to organising an 18th birthday bash these days, and is it normal for a mum's libido to flatline after birth? READ MORE... Home and Away star Christie Hayes on sex after birth: "It was something I didn't expect." CONTACT US Your hosts are Holly Wainwright and Andrew Daddo.  With special thanks to Jody Allen and Christie Hayes.  Holly and Christie made a podcast together, all about the first year of a baby's life. It's called Year One.  Share your nails and fails with us. We want toplay them on the show, please. 02 8999 9386. Or fling us an e-mail. tgm@mamamia.com.au You can buy any book we mention at apple.co/mamamia This podcast was produced by Luca Lavigne. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

This Glorious Mess
Bribe Your Way to a Better Morning Routine

This Glorious Mess

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2018 42:07


The school holidays are officially over and we’re trading in our beach towels for tea towels. If you need a kick up the butt this year, we’re bringing you the ultimate back-to-school bootcamp. From what lunchbox snacks will earn you a stern note home and a trip to the dentist, to some ideas for free weekend fun when you’re feeling particularly skint. (Did you hear? Aussies spent about $2000 each keeping their kids entertained over the holidays. Yikes!) Plus, the ultimate organised mum Jody Allen shares her brilliant tips for giving your morning routine a makeover. The secret? Bribery, bribery, bribery! Shownotes Your hosts are Holly Wainwright and Ben Fordham With thanks to Jody Allen from Stay At Home Mum  To buy any books mentioned on our podcasts including The $50 Weekly Shop visit iBooks at apple.co/mamamia, where you can also subscribe to all our other shows in one place. If you're not a subscriber yet, why not? Do it now. We'll wait... While you're there, leave us a review and tell us what you think of the show. If you're a gloriously messy parent, leave us an audio message at 02 8999 9386 and say hello. Or email tgm@mamamia.com.au And let us know what you nailed or failed this week! This show was produced by Rachel Wagner for the Mamamia Podcast Network. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

This Glorious Mess
'Tis the Season to be Stingy

This Glorious Mess

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2017 34:57


Want to know how to throw a tasty Christmas dinner for just $50? Of course you do, there's a pav involved. Today's guest is the frugal mum of our dreams, and she has some brilliant advice for surviving the festive season with your savings intact.  Do Aussie kids need a kick up the bum to leave home? While one UK mum put her foot down and refused to let her stepdaughter move in, we're still washing 25-year-old's socks. And Holly and Andrew debate a parenting dilemma - when it comes to the school talent show, is it ever okay to leave after your kid performs, or do you have to sit through the whole thing? Show notes Your hosts are Holly Wainwright and Andrew Daddo With thanks to Jody Allen. You can buy her book The $50 Weekly Shop at apple.co/mamamia.  Today's show was brought to you by Officeworks' free school list service To buy any books mentioned on our podcasts visit iBooks at apple.co/mamamia, where you can also subscribe to all our other shows in one place. If you're not a subscriber yet, why not? Do it now. We'll wait... While you're there, leave us a review and tell us what you think of the show. If you're a gloriously messy parent, leave us an audio message at 02 8999 9386 and say hello. Or email tgm@mamamia.com.au And let us know what you nailed or failed this week! This show was produced by Rachel Wagner for the Mamamia Podcast Network. The Director of Podcasts is Rachel Corbett. Holly Wainwright is Head of Content.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Trench Talk with Matt Reynolds
#010: Walt Collins | Healthy Homes Australia

Trench Talk with Matt Reynolds

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2017 62:17


Walt Collins (@walt_collins), in just two years, has stamped his name into the TV landscape as a busy host who is on air 43 weekends of the year. He’s also a career-long producer and his company BSTV produces many of the TV shows he hosts which include Healthy Homes Australia and Animal Extra both seen on Network Ten. Walt has just announced he’s also producing and co-hosting a new series for the Seven Network called Stay at Home Mum based on the blog of Jody Allen. From England, Walt’s career began at fourteen years old. Having begged his mum for a video camera, it wasn’t long until the inquisitive and tech-savvy Walt worked out that by boosting a small transmitter, connecting it to a wok and positioning it over the neighbourhood, he was able to broadcast a TV signal from his bedroom. His very own pirate TV station was born. We discussed- the early years including the day he was caught broadcasting illegally the carpentry apprenticeship he is currently completing producing TV shows and selling them to the big networks inspiring others, and the life events that changed the way he now looks at his own goals   You can find Walt on Instagram and at waltcollins.com.au If you like this episode, please remember to hit the subscribe button in your chosen podcast player to get all future episodes of Trench Talk. Enjoy Trench Talk Episode #010 with Walt Collins… ---- Show notes and links for this episode can be found at xrm.com.au/podcast. Feel free to email me with any suggestions or feedback to podcast@xrm.com.au. You can find Matt Reynolds on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and on LinkedIn.  

FASD Elephant™ Podcast & Blog
FASD Elephant™ #016: Interview with Jody Allen Crowe - Health Brains for Children

FASD Elephant™ Podcast & Blog

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2014 12:40


Jody Allen Crowe - Healthy Brains for Children Starting the Podcast Relaunch with Jody Allen Crowe The 2013 FASD Matters Conference in November was a terrific experience! I met a lot of great new folks in the FASD community, and visited with old friends and acquaintances from over the years, too. One busy and interesting fellow I was finally able to meet and interview is Jody Allen Crowe, Executive Director of Healthy Brains for Children in Eagan, MN. This interview leads off the new year and the 2013 podcast relaunch. (You may have noticed there's more FASD blogs and resources on the website, and now the podcasts are starting up again.) And What a Great Way to Start off the Podcast Relaunch! Jody is an educator with innovative ideas and perspective. He first learned about FASD in late 1980s as an elementary school teacher in northern MN, and he started noticing the impact of the condition on students'  learning. Since then, he worked in several educational systems and then founded Healthy Brains for Children in 2008. The mission of Healthy Brains is prevention, and Jody is especially interested in developing actionable FASD prevention activities for high school kids. Finding few to no activities "out there," Jody came up with the idea of placing pregnancy tests in bars. They started with a bar in Mankato, MN, and since then the impact has been huge with the "Think Before You Drink" campaign. He also authored the book, The Fatal Link (2008), his journey of learning about prenatal alcohol exposure and its relation to potentially devastating effects when left untreated. Listen in to the podcast to find out more about Jody Allen Crowe, and check out his website: HealthyBrainsforChildren.org Help Me Figure out Books to Write I'm finally getting my act together to finish up the books, chapters, and articles on FASD I've written or started over the years. For a limited time, I'm holding a survey with a chance to win US$5 Starbucks cards or an FASD Elephant™ coffee mug. More information at my recent blog posting or click and fill out my online survey to share your ideas and a chance to win (till January 28, 2014). As always, contact me at Michael_at_FASDElephant_dot_com or message from the FASD Elephant Facebook Fanpage.

Another View The Radio Show Podcast

His name was Lemon. He was a slave - and he was owned by the College of William and Mary. His relationship with the College was complex..we know he sold produce to the college and even though he was a slave, in 1808 he received a Christmas bonus from the institution. The role of the College of William and Mary during slavery, and its attitude about race relations from the Civil War until today is the mission of The Lemon Project: A Journey of Reconciliation. On the next Another View we talk with Robert Engs, PhD, Consulting History Scholar for the Lemon Project; and Jody Allen, PhD, the Managing Director of the project about College's attempt to rectify wrongs against African Americans and build bridges between the College and the Tidewater community. Join us for The Lemon Project, Friday, January 6, 2012 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM, or whrv.org

I Like the Blazers
Keith Feltner-Smith on Harden, Olshey, start of season

I Like the Blazers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 1970 40:26


Ep. 20 - Keith Feltner-Smith ( https://twitter.com/RipCityKeith ) of The Trailcasters ( https://twitter.com/trailcasters/ ) joins to talk about his thoughts on the Blazers’ offseason, James Harden’s trade demands and whether he’d fit in Portland (NO!), Neil Olshey’s tenure and decision under new Blazers owner Jody Allen, and predictions for the first two games of the regular season! Find us at ILiketheBlazers.com ( https://redcircle.com/shows/5d068960-64c2-40a2-9ca8-60df1a413175/episodes/ILiketheBlazers.com ) or ILiketheBlazers@gmail.com , and please give us a *5-star review* on any of these platforms: * YouTube (NEW!): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwD1__OZXHyC3Io9gYrrO6Q * Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-like-the-blazers/id1481811626 * Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/i-like-the-blazers * Castbox: https://castbox.fm/channel/I-Like-the-Blazers-id2396584?country=us * Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7kmxjurXPWZI8usMvL4QNE ( https://open.spotify.cohttps//open.spotify.com/show/7kmxjurXPWZI8usMvL4QNEm/show/7kmxjurXPWZI8usMvL4QNE ) * RadioPublic: https://radiopublic.com/i-like-the-blazers-WePXrb * Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Iiios62oiglgn3xeea4cby66o7q

I Like the Blazers
Eric Griffith on Dame's hot start, the Blazers at 3-5, Hassan Whiteside's energy, possible trades, Anfernee Simons

I Like the Blazers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 1969 35:10


Ep 6 - Eric Griffith of Blazer's Edge on Dame's quick start to the season, the Blazers being just 3-5, Hassan Whiteside's disappointing energy, CJ's inconsistency, possible trades, hype for Anfernee Simons, whether Olshey is acting differently with Jody Allen as owner, and more!Find us at ILiketheBlazers.com or ILiketheBlazers@gmail.com, and please give us a 5-star review on any of these platforms:Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-like-the-blazers/id1481811626Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/i-like-the-blazersCastbox: https://castbox.fm/channel/I-Like-the-Blazers-id2396584?country=usSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7kmxjurXPWZI8usMvL4QNERadioPublic: https://radiopublic.com/i-like-the-blazers-WePXrbGoogle Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Iiios62oiglgn3xeea4cby66o7q