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Best podcasts about John Cunningham

Latest podcast episodes about John Cunningham

BCJ Podcast
Holy Grail BCJ Pod Ep 294 ActionCookbook

BCJ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 107:39


Chad Brendel and David Simone are joined by Scott Hines aka @ActionCookbook of social media fame to discuss his time at the University of Cincinnati, his path to relevance on social media, his connection to the Bearcats programs and of course food to open the show. From there the duo discuss the IU experience, final thoughts on the game and the huge win for Wes Miller on the recruiting trail with the commitment of 4 star SG Daniel Skillings. The show closes with a recap of the afternoon podcast with John Cunningham and thoughts on how his administration is hitting it out of the park so far.

BCJ Podcast
Holy Grail BCJ Pod Ep 293 John Cunningham

BCJ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 42:31


Chad Brendel and David Simone speak to Cincinnati Director of Athletics John Cunningham on an array of topics including the move to the Big 12, his first true experience with a full Nippert Stadium, how his staff has handled improving the gameday atmosphere, upgrading facilities, Wes Miller, Luke Fickell, his favorite spots to eat in town and much more on a BCJ Exclusive bonus episode.

Mo Egger
Mo Egger with UC Director of Athletics John Cunningham

Mo Egger

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 12:08


WGTD's The Morning Show with Greg Berg
7/14/21 John Cunningham, National AIDS Memorial

WGTD's The Morning Show with Greg Berg

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 24:40


John Cunningham, chief executive of the National AIDS Memorial.

RTÉ - An Saol ó Dheas
An Saol ó Dheas 30ú Meitheamh 2021

RTÉ - An Saol ó Dheas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 48:48


Fiachra Ó Céilleachair;Tástáil don víoras chrónach sna Déise.John Benny Ó Muircheartaigh;Bialainn agus Tábhairní.Dáithí de Mordha;Ómós do John Cunningham.Conal Ó Móráin, Máiréad Ní Cheádagáin;cian obair-an mairfidh sé?Conchúir Ó Brosnacháin;Slaghdán Teaspaigh.

RTÉ - An Saol ó Dheas
Dáithí de Mordha;Ómós do John Cunningham

RTÉ - An Saol ó Dheas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 9:00


Tá cáirde le John Cunningham chun Corrán Tuathail a dhreapadh de Domhnaigh seo chughainn ar mhaithe le h-airgead a bhaiiú do sheirbhís tárrthála Mhála. Bádh John Cunningham i gCom Dhíneol i nDún Chaoin bliain a dtaca seo.

RTÉ Radio Player: Most Popular Podcasts
An Saol ó Dheas: An Saol ó Dheas 30ú Meitheamh 2021

RTÉ Radio Player: Most Popular Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 48:48


Fiachra Ó Céilleachair;Tástáil don víoras chrónach sna Déise.John Benny Ó Muircheartaigh;Bialainn agus Tábhairní.Dáithí de Mordha;Ómós do John Cunningham.Conal Ó Móráin, Máiréad Ní Cheádagáin;cian obair-an mairfidh sé?Conchúir Ó Brosnacháin;Slaghdán Teaspaigh.

Audio Book on SermonAudio
The Story of the Marrow Controversy

Audio Book on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 21:00


A new MP3 sermon from The Narrated Puritan is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Story of the Marrow Controversy Subtitle: The Narrated Puritan - T M S Speaker: John Cunningham Broadcaster: The Narrated Puritan Event: Audio Book Date: 6/28/2021 Length: 21 min.

The Kitchen Sisters Present
169-Gert McMullin—Sewing on the Frontline—From the AIDS Quilt to COVID-19 PPE

The Kitchen Sisters Present

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 32:34


In 1985, Gert McMullin was one of the first San Franciscans to put a stitch on the AIDS Quilt, the quilt that began with one memorial square in honor of a man who had died of AIDS, and that now holds some 95,000 names. Gert never planned it this way, but over the decades she has become the Keeper of the Quilt and has stewarded it, repaired it, tended it, traveled with it and conserved it for some 33 years. Gert knows the power of sewing. In 2020, when COVID-19 hit, Gert was one of the first Bay Area citizens to begin sewing masks—PPE for nurses and health care workers who were lacking proper protection—masks she made from fabric left over from the making of the AIDS Quilt. The comfort, outrage and honoring of an earlier pandemic being used to protect people from a new one. In January of 2020 The AIDS Memorial Quilt, now part of The National AIDS Memorial, returned home to the Bay Area after 16 years in Atlanta. It took six 52-foot semis to get it there. The over sixty tons of quilt, is made up of about 48,000 panels, each 3 x 6 feet, the size of a grave. The extensive AIDS Archive, which Gert gathered, collected and protected since its earliest days, is now part of The American Folklife Center at The Library of Congress in Washington, DC. This piece features stories of Gert McMullin and the AIDS Memorial Quilt, the Gay Rights Movement in San Francisco, Harvey Milk and The White Night Riots and more. With interviews with LGBT Rights activist Cleve Jones who worked with Harvey Milk and conceived of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, and John Cunningham, Executive Director of the National AIDS Memorial.

We Are Brooklyn Park
Fire Chief T. John Cunningham – Fire service, call volume, and keeping up with the cadets

We Are Brooklyn Park

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 44:45


Brooklyn Park's Fire Chief since 2018, Chief Cunningham has over 22 years of experience in the fire service. Learn more about the Chief and get caught-up on the latest with Brooklyn Park Fire, including call volume, hiring, and our Firefighter Cadets.

The John Rothmann Show Podcast
June 4, 2021: 40 years later - with John Cunningham

The John Rothmann Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2021 40:34


John joined the National AIDS Memorial as Chief Executive in 2009. John is a fifth generation Californian, having grown up in the East Bay before relocating to New England at the age of seven. A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, he received a degree in political science and organizational behavior. John presently resides in Oakland with his husband Joel and their two dogs.   “On June 5, 2021, we honor the more than 700,000 U.S. lives lost to AIDS during the past four decades. Join us online to watch a moving observance with leaders from the AIDS movement beginning @ 2:30 pm PT/5:30 pm ET. You can also sign-up to visit the Memorial Grove to experience a 40-Block outdoor display of the AIDS Memorial Quilt.” For more information: https://www.aidsmemorial.org/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Speeches by President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins
Machnamh III - John Cunningham

Speeches by President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 15:50


See https://president.ie/en/diary/details/president-hosts-third-seminar-in-the-machnamh-100-series

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast
IntelliShift - The Tech Connecting Vehicle and Asset Operations

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 23:19


Twenty years ago, fleet managers provided drivers with paper maps and driver scorecards and wished them well on their delivery. Today, fleet managers and drivers have taken on an entirely new roll: technology professional. With advanced telematics tracking solutions and the development of AI and machine learning in recent years, those in the fleet world have become innovators and adapters in their own right, using new technology to optimize routes, IoT for preventative maintenance, and AI video monitoring technology to capture a driver’s every move to keep them as safe as possible. IntelliShift, a connected vehicle, and asset management solution, has been around for two decades of this transformation through their parent company, VTS, and has seen first-hand how driver behavior monitoring solutions like their AI Video has led to fewer accidents and lives saved. John Cunningham, founder, and CEO of IntelliShift (and VTS), discusses how roles have drastically changed in fleet management over the last twenty years he’s been CEO. He also shares how customer behaviors have shifted with this transformation and the futuristic tech he foresees taking center stage in fleet management – think virtual reality and electric vehicles.

Behind the Bearcats
Wes Miller and John Cunningham

Behind the Bearcats

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2021 26:39


Dan Hoard sits down with new mens basketball coach Wes Miller and athletic director John Cunningham. 

Boomer's Basement
Boomer's Basement with Emily Randle, Dave McKenney, John Cunningham

Boomer's Basement

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2021 102:40


What a show! We talked Trop Rock, Buffett, songwriting, collaboration, book writing, Key West, Rod Stewart spanking, and playing violin with a cast on! Tips graciously accepted! paypal.me/BoomerBlake or Venmo @Boomer-Blake. Subscribe to this podcast and follow 'Boomer Blake and the Shorebreak' on Facebook to be notified of new shows. Originally aired on Facebook Live 3/5/21. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boomer-blake/support

The Daily Gardener
February 16, 2021 Plant Selfishness, Townshend Stithe Brandegee, the New Jersey State Flower, Duck Hill Journal by Page Dickey, and the Remarkable Josephine S. Margetts

The Daily Gardener

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 29:30


Today we celebrate a botanist of the American West and the husband of Kate Brandegee. We'll also learn about the woman who created the legislation for the New Jersey State Flower, the Violet. We hear some words about the role of the botanist from one of our horticultural greats. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about transitioning from a beloved garden to something new… this story is special. And then we’ll wrap things up with a touching tribute to a gardener, a public servant, and a nursery owner.   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 How Selfish Are Plants? Let’s Do Some Root Analysis | The New York Times | Cara Giaimo   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 February 16, 1843 Today is the birthday of the American botanist Townshend Stith Brandegee. Townshend was born into one of America’s oldest and prominent families, and he was the oldest of twelve children. Townshend’s middle name, Stith, was his mother’s maiden name. Townshend was descended from three generations of men named Elishama. Townshend’s great grandfather, Elishama Brandegee I, had fought in the Revolutionary War. By 1778, Elishama bought a pretty piece of land in Berlin, Connecticut, known as the mulberry orchard. The History of Berlin tells a charming story of how Townshend’s great grandmother, Lucy, made a red silk gown with the silk from her silkworms. Apparently, she intended to give the dress to Martha Washington, but somehow she ended up wearing it and keeping it for herself. The Brandegee family continued to grow Mulberry (Morus) trees on the property. In fact, Townshend’s grandfather, Elishama Jr., founded the very first silk and cotton-thread company in Berlin. A successful entrepreneur, Elishama Jr, owned a mercantile store, which was the largest store between Hartford and New Haven, and people came from miles around to do their trading. His grandmother, Lucy, was a teacher and founded a private all-girls seminary, now a private prep school for girls known as the Emma Willard School. Townshend's father, Dr. Elishama Brandegee, became the town physician, and by all reports, he was beloved by all who knew him. Townshend and his dad shared a love of nature, and as a young boy, Townshend created his very own fern collection. Townshend came of age during the Civil War, and somehow he managed to live through two years of service in the union army. After his military service, like his father before him, Townshend attended Yale and graduated from Yale’s Sheffield Scientific School. He forged his own path as a young civil engineer, and he ended up working on much-needed railroad surveys in the American West. In his spare time, both as a student at Yale and as a young engineer, Townshend botanized, and he even made some discoveries and sent specimens to Harvard’s Asa Gray. Townshend’s unique combination of surveying experience and botanical work proved invaluable as he began creating maps of the western forests. In fact, it was his love of forests that brought him to the greatest love of his life: Katherine Layne Curran. When his father died in 1884, Townshend’s inheritance allowed him to pursue his interests without any financial worries. And in the late 1800s, if you were a young botanist with means and interested in West-coast botany, all roads lead to the California Academy of Sciences. In her early forties, Katharine Layne Curran was the curator of the Academy. She had been married to an alcoholic and then widowed in her twenties. She’d survived medical school when females were just breaking into the field of medicine, and she’d given up her career as a physician when it proved too difficult to set up a practice as a woman. By the time she met Townshend, the last thing Katharine had expected to find was love. And yet, these two middle-aged botanical experts did fall in love - “Insanely in love” to use Katharine’s words - and to the surprise of their friends, they married. Kate always referred to Townshend as “Townie.” Equally yoked, Townie and Kate’s happy honeymoon was a 500-mile nature walk - collecting plant specimens from San Diego to San Francisco. After their honeymoon, Townie and Kate moved to San Diego, where they created a herbarium, library, and garden praised as a botanical paradise. In 1899, the jeweler Frederick Arthur Walton, who was reported to have the largest private cactus collection in England, visited Kate and Townie in San Diego. Frederick shared a review of the Brandegee’s spectacular garden in his magazine called The Cactus Journal: “The garden of Mr. and Mrs. Brandegee… [is] a wild garden, being situated upon the mesa, or high land overlooking the sea.  Mr. and Mrs. Brandegee are enthusiastic botanists, and have built a magnificent herbarium, where they spend most of their time. The wild land round the herbarium is full of interesting plants that are growing in a state of nature, while being studied and described in all their various conditions. Mrs. Brandegee has preserved specimens of all the kinds she can get. In some cases where the plants are very rare, I asked how she could so destroy such beauties. She replied that her specimens would be there to refer to at any time, with all its descriptions and particulars, whereas if the plant had been left growing, or sent to some botanical gardens, it would probably have died some time, and all trace have been lost.” Townie and Kate continued botanizing - individually and together. During their lifetime, botanists could travel for free by train, and the Brandegees used these free passes regularly in their travels throughout California, Arizona, and Mexico. On one trip to Mexico, Kate left early, and she managed to survive a shipwreck. The story goes that Townsend asked about the fate of the specimens before asking about Kate. Yet, this anecdote shouldn’t discount their very loving marriage; they were both just maniacally focused on their botanical work. In 1906, when an earthquake destroyed the Berkeley herbarium, the Brandegees single-handedly restored it by donating their entire San Diego botanical library (including many rare volumes) and herbarium of over 80,000 plants. Keeping in mind that Townshend's substantial inheritance had funded all of their botanical efforts, Townie and Kate requested a modest stipend of $100 per month in exchange for their life’s work. Despite years of haggling, Berkeley never agreed to pay the Brandegees a cent for what was the richest private plant collection in the United States. Incredibly, the Brandegees continued to be selfless when it came to Berkely. They followed their plants and books to campus, where Townsend and Kate worked the rest of their lives pro bono. And while Townshend was honored with the title of curator of the herbarium, Kate was not given a title. In the early spring of 1920, a 75-year-old Kate was walking at Berkeley when she fell and broke her shoulder. Three weeks later, she died. On April 7, 1925, five years later - almost to the day - Townshend joined Kate on his final journey.   February 16, 1971 On this day, the New Jersey State Flower, the Violet, was officially adopted by the legislature after a proposal from Josephine S. Margetts. In 1967, when Josephine Margetts was elected to the New Jersey State Assembly in 1967, she became the first woman to represent Morris County, New Jersey, since 1938. Politics was in Josephine’s blood. Her grandfather, a Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice, ran for Governor of Pennsylvania. And Josephine’s late husband, Walter T. Margetts Jr., served as New Jersey’s state treasurer. A nursery and orchard owner, Josephine was environmentally conscious, and she introduced legislation to protect the land and waterways of New Jersey - even helping to ban the use of DDT. Long before Josephine was born, the violet was unofficially selected as the State Flower of New Jersey. By the late 1960s, New Jersey was the only state without legislation supporting an official state flower. And so, with the urging of local garden clubs, Josephine introduced legislation in February of 1971 to make the violet official State Flower of New Jersey. When it came time for Josephine’s bill to be debated in the legislature, Josephine’s peer Sen. Joseph J. Maraziti, R-Morris, read this poem: “Roses are red,  Violets are blue  If you vote for this bill Mrs. Margetts will love you.” Josephine’s legislation was passed 30-1. The sole dissenting vote was Sen. Frank J. Guarini, D-Hudson. He told the press, "I'm a marigold man." Two years later, in 1973, a newspaper called The Record out of Hackensack New Jersey, shared an Op-Ed titled, Consider the Lilies of the Field. “Conventional, chauvinist wisdom would have it that Mrs. Margetts introduced the bill because she's a woman and women are well, you know interested in growing things, flowers and plants and trees, the fruit of the earth. But Mrs. Margetts is not one of your everyday garden club ladies. She studied at the Ambler School of Horticulture, she operates a commercial apple and peach orchard in Pennsylvania, and she has a holly nursery on the grounds of her home in New Vernon. The house on the property is rather substantial for a Jersey farmhouse if memory serves, it has 14 bathrooms, but no matter.” As Josephine no doubt knew, Violets are spring flowers, and they’ve been around for a long time. The ancient Greeks enjoyed violets. If you enjoy floriography ("FLOOR-EE-ah-grah-FEE") or the symbolic meaning of plants, the heart-shaped leaves offer a clue to their meaning: affection, love, faith, and dignity. The color of violets can add another layer of meaning. Blue violets especially symbolize love and devotion. White violets symbolize purity and yellow violets symbolize goodness and high esteem.   Unearthed Words The chief work of the botanist of yesterday was the study and classification of dried, shriveled up mummy's whose souls had fled. They thought their classified species were more fixed and unchangeable than anything in heaven or earth that we can now imagine. We have learned that they are as plastic in our hands as clay in the hands of the potter or color on the artist canvas and can readily be molded into more beautiful forms and colors than any painter or sculptor can ever hope to bring forth. — Luther Burbank, Address to the Pacific States Floral Congress, 1901   Grow That Garden Library Uprooted by Page Dickey This book came out in 2020 (I bought my copy in November), and the subtitle is A Gardener Reflects on Beginning Again. When Margaret Roach reviewed this book, she wrote, "An intimate, lesson-filled story of what happens when one of America’s best-known garden writers transplants herself, rooting into a deeper partnership with nature than ever before." If you’ve ever moved away from a beloved garden, or there is a move in your future, you’ll find Page’s book to be especially appealing. Uprooted is Page’s story about leaving her beloved iconic garden at Duck Hill - a landscape she molded and refined for thirty-four years. Set on 17 acres of rolling fields and woodland, Page’s new property is in northwestern Connecticut, and it surrounds a Methodist Church, which is how Page came to call her new space, Church House. What does it mean to be a seasoned gardener (at the age of 74) and to have to start again? How does a gardener handle the transition from a beloved home to the excitement of new possibilities? Uprooted gives us the chance to follow Page through all the major milestones as she finds her new homeplace. We get to hear about her search for a new place, how she establishes her new garden spaces, and her revelations as she learns to evolve as a gardener. If you’ve ever wondered how on earth you’ll ever leave your garden, Page will give you hope. And, if you’re thinking about revamping an old garden space or starting a new garden, you can learn from Page how to create a garden that will bring you joy. As an accomplished garden writer, Page’s book is a fabulous read, and the photography is top-notch. And although the move from Duck Hill marked a horticultural turning point in her life, Page found herself excited and reenergized by her brand new space at Church House. This book is 244 pages of the evolution of a gardener as she transitions from Duck Hill to Church House with a lifelong love of nature, gardens, and landscape possibilities. You can get a copy of Duck Hill Journal by Page Dickey and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $18   Today’s Botanic Spark Reviving the little botanic spark in your heart In researching Josephine Margetts — the woman who created the bill for the State Flower of New Jersey (the Violet), I came across her obituary. When Josephine Margetts died in March of 1989, Fran Wood wrote a touching tribute to her that was featured in The Daily Record out of Morristown, New Jersey: “Snow was falling on the day they remembered Josephine Margetts last week. It was gathering in little drifts on the trees outside her back door, collecting on the glossy leaves of some 15 varieties of holly… The fresh flakes formed in little peaks on the bird feeders just inches away from her breakfast table, covered the glass roof of the greenhouse where lantana, gardenias and scented geraniums had flowered for more winters than anyone could remember and accumulated along the fence rails next to the vegetable garden where she used to raise more produce than her family could eat in a summer. If the loving cultivation of these grounds, the perennials, the flowering shrubs and trees and all those hollies she planted and nurtured had been Mrs. Margetts' only accomplishment, it would have been worth remarking on. For gardening was a successful business as well as a private pleasure for her. Besides operating a licensed holly nursery on her home grounds, she and her family turned out some 10,000 bushels of peaches and apples each year at their Pennsylvania farm. Like all true gardeners, Mrs. Margetts got tremendous satisfaction from planting a seed and watching it grow. She considered herself no less rewarded by those things that grew on their own accord like the tiny white pine seedling that appeared in the middle of a flagstone path one spring. She hadn't the heart to pull it up, she said, and so it grew and grew until it rivaled the height of the tallest hollies and its expanding girth forced strollers to detour around it. Gardening was far from Mrs. Margetts' sole accomplishment, of course, but her inherent appreciation for the beauty of the land and the miracles of nature were at the root of her environmental legacies to New Jersey. As a state assemblywoman, she sponsored New Jersey's first "wetlands" legislation, the Wetlands Act of 1970, aimed at protecting some of our most vulnerable saltwater areas. She also sponsored the Pesticides Control Act, the Municipal Conservation Act, the National Lands Trust and the Appalachian Trail Easement all bills whose goals were the preservation of natural resources. The Environmental Quality Act, which she also sponsored, made it a law for state agencies seeking construction funds to first submit detailed project studies to the state Department of Environmental Protection for approval. She also supported equal opportunity for women long before the word "feminist" was coined. But it was the environment, the beauty of nature, that stirred this farm girl most deeply, and her passion for it didn't lessen even in her last year or so, when the plants nearest to her were Boston ferns, a Christmas cactus and pots of ivy, and the closest she got to the outdoors were the vistas of lawns and gardens and trees seen through the windows of her room. During those months, she kept a small library of books within arm's reach among them Gov. Tom Kean's The Politics of Inclusion, James Herriot's Dog Stories, The Fine Art of Political Wit and several volumes detailing the laws of New Jersey. And, in their midst, were Cam Cavanaugh's Saving the Great Swamp, the Directory of Certified N.J. Nurseries and Plant Dealers, New Jersey: A Photographic Journey, by John Cunningham and Walter Choroszewski and several well-worn (and, no doubt, well-loved) garden books. There was something symbolic about the snow that fell as Josephine Margetts was laid to rest last week. For as it covered the lawns and shrubs and gardens she knew and loved, it also blanketed every square inch of the state she knew and loved and whose natural beauty and precious resources she worked so devotedly to preserve.”   Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener. And remember: "For a happy, healthy life, garden every day."

Behind the Bearcats
John Cunningham

Behind the Bearcats

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2021 16:30


Matt Noonan sits down with Director of Athletics John Cunningham to discuss his first year at Cincinnati, looking back at the 2020 football season, and looking forward to what he hopes to accomplish in year two.

Cincy Slangin': The Bearcat Basketball Podcast
2.37: We are the Champions, Friends and B. Fox Joins the Podcast

Cincy Slangin': The Bearcat Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2020 104:35


Coomer and Hummer celebrate the Bearcats American Athletic Conference Championship in football. Congratulations to Luke Fickell, Desmond Ridder, and the entire team. After chatting about the game, we get into the CFP Cabal (13:10) and just begin our conversation about the 2-4 Men's Basketball Team before B. Fox hops on the Zoom (25:43). We cover A LOT of ground in this conversation, including B. Fox showing Kerbstriet his Evil Wolf (28:45), The Luke Fickell Experience (32:22), the CFP shenanigans' potential impact on retaining coaches like Fickell (39:09), Coomer pretends to wrap-up the conversation (50:35), John Cunningham's very quiet approach (51:04), and finally, we ask B. Fox for ONE WORD to describe the Bearcats basketball team before proceeding to speak about them for 45 minutes (58:50).Music: "Cincinnati Hat" - ShowtimeTwitter: @CincySlanginEmail: cincyslangin@gmail.com

BCJ Podcast
Holy Grail BCJ Pod 240 John Cunningham

BCJ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2020 24:41


Chad Brendel of Bearcat Journal and Justin Williams of The Athletic speak to University of Cincinnati Athletic Director John Cunningham. Topics include the university's decision to continue the football season without fans in Nippert Stadium, working with head coach Luke Fickell on compromises to provide some atmosphere for games, learning about the intense rivalry that is the Crosstown Shootout, the virtual sellout initiative for Senior Day and much more.

Behind the Bearcats
John Cunningham

Behind the Bearcats

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2020 22:26


Dan Hoard sits down with director of athletics John Cunningham to discuss COVID protocols, ESPN+, Luke Fickell's contract extension, the 2020 football and basketball schedules, and the return of student-athletes to campus.

The Daniel Artest Podcast
Lakers Vs Nuggets Postgame Chat

The Daniel Artest Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2020 64:59


Dre James from ACCESS2, John Cunningham from Jocks and Nerds United Podcast and Corey Harrison form The Out Of Bounds Sports Podcast joined me right after the Lakers 126-114 Game 1 victory over the Denver Nuggets. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/danielartestpod/support

RTÉ - The Ray Darcy Show
The Ray D'Arcy Show - Full Show

RTÉ - The Ray Darcy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2020 65:49


On today's show Ray catches up with Emma De Souza about her court case, Philly McMahon tells us about his new charitable movement Half Time Talk and Ray chats to John Cunningham about a message in a bottle.

Mike McConnell on 700WLW
8-24-2020 Lance with John Cunningham

Mike McConnell on 700WLW

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2020 9:02


Lance talks with the Director of Athletics for the University of Cincinnati John Cunningham about the status of fans at UC Football games this fall.

Lance McAlister
8-24-2020 Lance with John Cunningham

Lance McAlister

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2020 9:03


Lance talks with the Director of Athletics for the University of Cincinnati John Cunningham about the status of fans at UC Football games this fall.

BCJ Podcast
BCJ Pod 228 John Cunningham Interview

BCJ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2020 13:42


Chad Brendel speaks with Cincinnati AD John Cunningham about the newly released ticket policy for season ticket holders, Luke Fickell's leadership and what's happening with adding a potential 2nd out of conference game on September 29th,

RTÉ - An Saol ó Dheas
Dáithí de Mordha;Cuardach do John Cunningham i gCom Dhíneol

RTÉ - An Saol ó Dheas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2020 6:24


Tá cuardach ar bun ar muir is ar tír do John Cunningham i gCom Dhíneol. Tá sé ar iarraidh ón Satharn seo caite.

RTÉ - An Saol ó Dheas
An Saol ó Dheas 24ú Meitheamh 2020

RTÉ - An Saol ó Dheas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2020 50:13


Dáithí de Mordha;Cuardach do John Cunningham i gCom Dhíneol.Julie Nic Eoin;Fuirseoir.An Fiabhras Breac i bParóiste Múrach i 1939

The Kitchen Sisters Present
144 - 95,000 Names—Gert McMullin, Sewing the Frontline

The Kitchen Sisters Present

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2020 31:54


In 1985, Gert McMullin was one of the first San Franciscans to put a stitch on the AIDS Quilt, the quilt that began with one memorial square in honor of a man who had died of AIDS, and that now holds some 95,000 names. Gert never planned it this way, but over the decades she has become the Keeper of the Quilt and has stewarded it, repaired it, tended it, traveled with it and conserved it for some 33 years now. Gert knows the power of sewing. In 2020, when COVID-19 hit, Gert was one of the first Bay Area citizens to begin sewing masks—PPE for nurses and health care workers who were lacking proper protection—masks she makes from fabric left over from the making of the AIDS Quilt. The comfort, outrage and honoring of an earlier pandemic being used to protect people from a new one. In January of 2020 The AIDS Memorial Quilt, now part of The National AIDS Memorial, returned home to the Bay Area after 16 years in Atlanta. It took six 52-foot semis to get it there. The over sixty tons of quilt, is made up of about 48,000 panels, each 3 x 6 feet, the size of a grave. The extensive AIDS Archive, which Gert gathered, collected and protected since its earliest days, is now part of The American Folklife Center at The Library of Congress in Washington, DC. The story of Gert McMullin and the AIDS Memorial Quilt, the Gay Rights Movement in San Francisco, Harvey Milk, The White Night Riots. With interviews with LGBT Rights activist Cleve Jones who worked with Harvey Milk and conceived of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, and John Cunningham, Executive Director of the National AIDS Memorial.

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine
Maintaining a leadership mindset in the midst of COVID-19 with Michael Sheargold and John Cunningham

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2020 54:15


The real estate landscape in the era of COVID-19 changed rapidly as sales agents, property managers, buyers, sellers and tenants all had to find new ways of getting the job done. In March, Elite Agent ran a series of webinars to help agents navigate these changing times and in this episode of Elevate, Cunninghams Managing Director John Cunningham and performance coach and business expert Michael Sheargold tackle some of the biggest issues for industry leaders.  As things continue to evolve in relation to COVID-19 it appears that social distancing is here to stay for a while, and the lessons learned are now more important than ever. Download the action guide for this episode with more links and resources at https://eliteagentelevate.com In this episode we discuss: How to cope with COVID-19 and uncertainty, including how old school real estate techniques will help you manage the crisis.Staying positive, why knowledge is power and why taking control is so important.The best ways to keep in touch and why using technology to prequalify buyers has never been more crucial.How to lead and motivate your team and what the future of the industry might look like.Suggestions on how to keep discipline, structure and accountability in your day when working from home.How your database can help fuel your marketing and why you need to learn from your clients and not just talk at them. Resources: Peloton AppZoomSkypeAtomic Habits, by James Clear Connect with Michael: WebsiteLinkedIn Facebook Instagram Twitter Connect with John: WebsiteLinkedIn Facebook Instagram Connect with The Elite Agent Team: Twitter: @eliteagentmagFacebook:  Elite AgentWebsite:  EliteAgent.comShow: The Elevate PodcastYouTube: Elite Agent MagazineLinkedIn: Elite Agent MagazineInstagram: @eliteagentmagPinterest: Elite Agent Magazine Subscribe & Review the Elevate PodcastTo subscribe on iTunes, click here.To subscribe to Spotify, click here.To subscribe on Stitcher, click here.

The Elephant In The Room Property Podcast | Inside Australian Real Estate
Ep 122 - John Cunningham | Pandemics, property & purchasing

The Elephant In The Room Property Podcast | Inside Australian Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2020 69:43


In this special episode we bring back John Cunningham, Principal Director of Cunninghams, a successful and established real estate agency based in the Northern Beaches. John has a well earned reputation by experiencing all aspects of the property market; buying, selling, advising and investing. We sit down to discuss the state of the real estate market during the pandemic including how all of the changes have impacted buyers and sellers, getting cold feet or becoming hot to trot, and on the other side, how agencies have taken these challenges and restrictions head on delivering a service that has adapted to the situation. Here's what we covered: Are real estate agents equipped to be trusted advisors? How are real estate firms finding the lockdown laws? What are agents doing to ensure clients safety? Is the gatekeeper mentality helping or damaging the real estate market? Why has the pandemic been a wake up call for the property market? Still in the market? What should you do? Timing, wait another year or action now? Is there a conflict of interest with agents giving advice? What should property managers be doing during the pandemic? How much of the real estate market has dried up? How are agents pre-qualifying their clients? How are sellers dealing with their property under inspection? MENTIONED EPISODES:Episode 12 | John CunninghamEpisode 120 | Michael Yardney GUEST LINKS:REIA - Home Cunninghams HOST LINKS: Looking for a Sydney Buyers Agent? www.gooddeeds.com.au Work with Veronica: info@gooddeeds.com.au  Looking for a Mortgage Broker? www.wealthful.com.au Work with Chris: hello@wealthful.com.au Buy the book - AUCTION READY How to buy property at auction even though you're scared s#!tless:www.getauctionready.com.auUse the coupon ELEPHANT for your 30% listener discount. EPISODE TRANSCRIPT: Please note that this has been transcribed by half-human-half-robot, so brace yourself for typos and the odd bit of weirdness…This Episode was recorded on 4 April, 2020. Visit the website

Mo Egger
UC Athletic Director John Cunningham

Mo Egger

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2020 10:02


Lance McAlister
Lance with John Cunningham 4-14-2020

Lance McAlister

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2020 10:50


Lance talks with the Athletic Director for the University of Cincinnati John Cunningham about the ending of the Bearcats Men's Soccer program today.

Mo Egger
4-14-20 - Mo Egger With John Cunningham

Mo Egger

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2020 12:10


The University of Cincinnati's Athletic Director John Cunningham joins me to talk about the decision to do away with The School's Soccer Program.

Coach Cameron Soccer
EP 481 University of Cincinnati cuts Men's Soccer during COVID-19

Coach Cameron Soccer

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2020 10:47


Show your dissent to cutting Men's Soccer by calling or emailing  John Cunningham (athletic director) 513-556-0626 or email Bearcat.AD@uc.edu John Cunningham is quoted: "This difficult decision involved a tremendous amount of thought regarding the young men who chose UC to pursue their degrees and their dreams of playing NCAA Division I soccer," Cunningham wrote. While this decision eliminates the men's soccer program, the announcement makes clear that any student-athlete on a soccer scholarship can choose to retain their scholarship for the remainder of their undergraduate career at UC. However, if any student athletes want to keep playing soccer on the collegiate level, the university "will assist in finding new schools" for those students.

Coach Cameron Soccer Podcast
EP 481 University of Cincinnati cuts Men's Soccer during COVID-19

Coach Cameron Soccer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2020 10:47


Show your dissent to cutting Men's Soccer by calling or emailing  John Cunningham (athletic director) 513-556-0626 or email Bearcat.AD@uc.edu John Cunningham is quoted: "This difficult decision involved a tremendous amount of thought regarding the young men who chose UC to pursue their degrees and their dreams of playing NCAA Division I soccer," Cunningham wrote. While this decision eliminates the men's soccer program, the announcement makes clear that any student-athlete on a soccer scholarship can choose to retain their scholarship for the remainder of their undergraduate career at UC. However, if any student athletes want to keep playing soccer on the collegiate level, the university "will assist in finding new schools" for those students.

REINSW Podcasts
REINSW COVID-19 update 27/03/20

REINSW Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2020 39:56


The second episode in a series of COVID-19 updates from the Real Estate Institute of New South Wales. This update contains practical advice from REINSW President, Leanne Pilkington, Cunninghams Director, John Cunningham, and DiJONES General Manager, Kylie Walsh.

REINSW Podcasts
REINSW COVID-19 update 20/03/20

REINSW Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2020 33:13


The first episode in a series of COVID-19 updates from the Real Estate Institute of New South Wales, featuring practical advice from John Cunningham and Kylie Walsh.

The Original Cast
Distantly Social 10: Sondheim90

The Original Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2020 21:52


It's Sondheim's 90th birthday! Thanks to Jonah, Liz, Anna, Roddy, Heather, Bridget, Beth, Serena, Sam, Alex, Katherine, Farrell, Michael, Caroline, Sharon, Theresa, Qoc, Emily, Elisa, & Doug music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Anyone Can Whistle - Original Broadway Cast (1964) :: "Me and My Town" - Angela Lansbury Assassins - Original Cast Recording (1991) :: "The Ballad of Guiteau" - Jonathan Hadary : "Another National Anthem" - Eddie Korbich Company - Original Broadway Cast (1970) :: "Sorry-Grateful" - Charles Kimbrough, John Cunningham, George Coe, Steve Elmore Follies - Original Broadway Cast (1971) :: "I'm Still Here" - Yvonne De Carlo Into the Woods - Original Broadway Cast (1987) :: "Giants in the Sky" - Ben Wright : "Moments in the Woods" - Joanna Gleason : "Children Will Listen" - Bernadette Peters : "No One is Alone" - Chip Zein, Kim Crosby, Ben Wright, Danielle Ferland A Little Night Music - Original Broadway Cast (1973) :: "A Weekend in the Country" - Victoria Mallory, D. Jamin-Barlett : "The Miller's Son" - D. Jamin-Barlett Merrily We Roll Along - Original Broadway Cast Recording (1981) :: "Good Thing Going" - Lonny Price : "Opening Doors" - Jim Walton, Ann Morrison, Lonny Price, Sally Klein Passion - 2013 New York Cast Recording (2013) :: "Loving You" - Judy Kuhn Sunday in the Park with George - Original Cast Recording (1985) :: "Finishing the Hat" - Mandy Patinkin : "Sunday in the Park with George" - Bernadette Peters : "Beautiful" - Mandy Patinkin & Barbara Bryne Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street - Original Cast (1979) :: "Kiss Me / Ladies in Their Sensitivities" - Sarah Rice, Victor Garber, Edmund Lyndeck, Jack Eric Williams Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street - Original London Cast Last Night Live (1980) :: "Beggar Woman's Lullaby" - Dylis Watling Patreon • Twitter • Facebook • Email

Mo Egger
Chad Brendel With John Cunningham

Mo Egger

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2020 12:31


UC's Athletic Director John Cunningham Joins Chad Brendel To Discuss The State of The UC Athletic During The COVID-19 Pandemic.

Philly Music Podcast
Dave Cope & the Sass

Philly Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2020 55:49


Dave Cope & the Sass put out a self-titled album in 2019 with a supergroup of Philly area musicians Dave Cope, Fred Berman, Ethan Rider, Darryl Preston Hill, Alexandra Cutler-Fetkewicz, Sarah Biemuller, and Hannah Taylor which is filled with great danceable tunes inspired by classic artists from the 60s and 70s like the Beatles, the Stones, the Kinks, Bowie, Slade and more. While their lineup has evolved a little over the last year due to the nature of being a working musician in the city and having many obligations to juggle, the current live band lineup includes Dave Cope, Fred Berman, Darryl Preston Hill, Sarah Biemuller, Andy Keenan and John Cunningham.In this interview we talk about a ton of things including Dave Cope's evolution as a singer-songwriter from a more folk-y solo style and his growth over the years into different styles and genres of music. He talks about working with veteran Philly drummer Fred Berman to develop the songs which would end up as part of Dave Cope & the Sass album tracks, and how they were handpicked and came together over months and years of work. Dave and Sarah talk about some of their influences including 90s music and culture, and some other side projects they're working on as well. PLUS, we get some surprises from Dave Cope's past! You'll have to listen to the episode to hear them all!

BCJ Podcast
Pod 196 Bill Greene Tennessee Iowa

BCJ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2019 96:42


Chad Brendel and Dave Simone start a jam packed show by talking Signing Day with recruiting analyst Bill Greene of 247 Sports. From there talk turns to the week of bowl practice and then to the impressive 78-66 win over Tennessee on Wednesday night. Attention then turns to the meeting with Iowa on Saturday night in Chicago before finishing with thoughts on new athletic director John Cunningham.

Equestrian Legacy Radio
ELI BARSI AND LORIE DUFF on EQUESTRIAN LEGACY RADIO

Equestrian Legacy Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2019 118:00


Canada's Eli Barsi is our special guest this Thursday December 19th on Equestrian Legacy Radio's CAMPFIRE CAFE! We'll visit with Eli and her husband/musical partner John Cunningham as we Celebrate Christmas and songs of the season. Canadian Lorie Duff an International Equestrian Clinician, joins us on Equestrian Legacy Radio's SADDLE UP AMERICA! Listen LIVE Noon CST with Host Gary Holt and Bobbi Jean Bell or catch the Archived Podcast at Equestrianlegacy.net

Everything VR & AR
John Meyers of NAWCTSD and NavalX

Everything VR & AR

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2019 31:16


Tyler and Sophia are pleased to announce the Navy's new effort to accelerate the acquisition and R&D of innovation. Their guest on today's show is John Meyers who is the Executive Director, NAWCTSD and is leading the tech bridge to NavalX in Central Florida. Also joined by Tyler and Sophia is John Cunningham of VRARA's Central Florida chapter to talk about how the VR/AR Association is helping to bridge NavalX's efforts to reach those doing incredible things with immersive technology around the world. Connect with NavalX: Website: https://www.secnav.navy.mil/agility/Pages/default.aspx Visit the VR/AR Association at www.TheVRARA.com for more information about how you can get involved with this worldwide organization to help gain exposure and share ideas and best practices with other experts in the industry. Subscribe to the podcast wherever podcasts are found or listen to past interviews at www.TheVRARA.com/podcast

Mo Egger
12/18/19 - Mo With John Cunningham

Mo Egger

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2019 9:38


The New Athletic Director of The University of Cincinnati Joins The Show!

Radio on the Rocks Cafecast
Reality Radio CafeCast for Tuesday, December 17, 2019 - HAM IT FORWARD

Radio on the Rocks Cafecast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2019 54:05


Reality Radio CafeCast for Tuesday, December 17, 2019 - HAM IT FORWARD In this episode: - Morning Call - WTWW Promo - Intro - Welcome - Voiceflow Promo - QSO with John Cunningham, creator of HamTestOnline - KE5GGY and the Way Back Machine - Melo Devo - CafeCast Outro - HamTestOnline Promo - CW ANCHOR Drop-in on my LIVE Podcast each morning at 7:00am Central in the DigiCommCafe Chat Group on Telegram in the Voice Chat! Join our DigiCommCafe Community on the Mighty Networks platform, our Facebook alternative. If you're interested in becoming a licensed amateur radio operator, I recommend you use HamtestOnline for your studies and preparations. I used it to get my Extra Class Upgrade. Do you live in a rural location like me? I'll bet you struggle to get reliable internet, don't you? I have finally found an inexpensive service. It's called Visible which is owned by Verizon and uses their network. They only have one plan and it is unlimited everything for $40 a month! If you join the Digicommcafe Party Party Group that drops to $25/month! Request a line at https://visible.com and use my referral code: 3n37nt. Once you have your SIM card installed and registered, go to https://visible.com/p/DigiCommCafe and join our party to drop to $25 a month for unlimited everything! We are very happy with the service. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/digicommcafe/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/digicommcafe/support

Straight Outta Combat Radio-Honoring Combat Wisdom
SOCRS104- "Freedom Matters 02: What Does FREEDOM Mean To You?"

Straight Outta Combat Radio-Honoring Combat Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2019 16:10


We pose the question: "Whats Does Freedom Mean To You?" A compilation of answers from our fellow veterans Brandon Long, John Cunningham, Jack Berman, Scott Jackman, James Van Prooyen, Jeff Lodick, Justin Cobb, Pete Turner, Roy Duncan. May God Bless America (and, Australia) and All of You For Your Commitment, Loyalty & Sacrifices in the Support of Freedom!

Best.Podcast.Ever.
Ep 102 - Everyday Mindfulness - John Cunningham returns

Best.Podcast.Ever.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2019 98:52


This moment is the perfect moment… to bring back John Cunningham of Insight Meditation Cleveland. John and Alex explore the connection between mindfulness and pain, trauma, and attention, with a deep dive into workplace mindfulness and entrepreneurship. Be here now with us, and start getting more out of each moment. Visit the Insight Meditation Cleveland website at imcleveland.org or email John at info@imcleveland.org. Find out about Kinnect’s programs for children in the foster system at KINNECTohio.org. SHOW NOTES The role of mindfulness and meditation in dealing with pain Tara Brach's RAIN practice How mindfulness can help with ADD and OCD Dealing with “capital T” trauma Meditation at work; Starting and maintaining habits Cultivating mindfulness with meditation – training the mind and finding the time Workplace mindfulness - techniques and effects The connection between mindfulness and entrepreneurship – a question of compatibility How KINNECT is helping kids in foster care LINKS FOR MORE INFORMATION: John’s first appearance on the show: Ep 30 – It’s Always Now – Meet John Cunningham. BPE’s bonus episode with John’s 10-minute meditation is at bit.ly/BPEmeditation Ticht Nhat Hanh’s 44 Gattas: beherenownetwork.com/thich-nhat-hanhs-gathas/ Strategic Coach program for entrepreneurs: www.strategiccoach.com Tara Brach and the meditation practice of RAIN: www.tarabrach.com/rain/. The acronym RAIN is a tool for practicing mindfulness and compassion: Recognize what is happening; Allow the experience to be there, just as it is; Investigate with interest and care; Nurture with self-compassion. John's temporary state

CTO and Co-Founder Talk with Dave Albert
War stories from Victory CTO's founder John Cunningham

CTO and Co-Founder Talk with Dave Albert

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2019 65:42


Everything VR & AR
John Cunningham of DiSTI

Everything VR & AR

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2019 34:25


Sophia and Tyler join VRARA Orlando chapter president John Cunningham to talk about the incredible ecosystem of modeling and simulation in central Florida. From entertainment to Military, Orlando is one of the main hubs in America for the use of immersive technology.  Connect with John Cunningham and DiSTI here: Web - www.disti.com Twitter - @disticorp LinkedIn - John Cunningham on LinkedIn Visit the VR/AR Association at www.TheVRARA.com for more information about how you can get involved with this worldwide organization to help gain exposure and share ideas and best practices with other experts in the industry. Subscribe to the podcast wherever podcasts are found or listen to past interviews at www.TheVRARA.com/podcast 

Straight Outta Combat Radio-Honoring Combat Wisdom
SOCRS087- John Cunningham- "Freedom, Protecting Your People & Splendid Isolation"

Straight Outta Combat Radio-Honoring Combat Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2019 45:55


John Cunningham is originally from Baytown, TX. He attended the United States Military Academy West Point in 1963, he was the first person in his family to join the military. "All I knew about West Point when I arrived is what I saw on TV," says Cunningham. Originally, he started West Point with a class of 865 students, in 1967 Cunningham was one of the 565 students who graduated, with his bachelors in General Engineering and was commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant in the Signal Branch in the United States Army. From there, his first assignment in the army was Ranger School at Fort Benning, GA. After successfully completing and graduating Ranger School he continued his Signal Training attending various training schools in Georgia and New Jersey before being stationed in Germany. Shortly after, Cunningham served first combat assignment of 12 months in Vietnam with the 101st Airborne Division. Later, John discharged with the Army in 1972 at Fort Hood, TX. He the enrolled in law school at the University of Texas and graduated with his Law Degree in 1975 and went on to earn his MBA and CPA. After 25 years in the corporate world with his Wife, Marlies and three children; Michael, Sean and Katrina Cunningham.  In 2000 John and his family moved to Columbus, Georgia where they bought a Harley-Dealership, Chattahoochee Harley-Davidson, located just outside of Fort Benning. 5 years later, Cunningham expanded and built a secondary retail location, Big Swamp Harley-Davidson, in Opelika, AL just miles away from Auburn University. Today, one a year away from their 20th Harley-Davidson Anniversary, John and Marlies Cunningham are proud owners of Chattahoochee Harley-Davidson and Big Swamp Harley-Davidson. 

Solidarity & More
1956: Hungary’s workers rise up with John Cunningham

Solidarity & More

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2019 51:25


In 1956 Hungarian workers launched a revolutionary uprising against Stalinism that saw them form workers' councils. Soviet tanks crushed the revolution. Could things have been different, and what do the events of 1956 tell us about what Stalinism represented? an Ideas for Freedom 2019 session with John Cunningham Reading list on the revolution: https://www.workersliberty.org/story/2019-07-22/reading-list-1956-hungarian-revolution See https://workersliberty.org/story/2009/04/29/hungary-1956-solasworkers-republic-editorial-november-1966

Irish Radio Canada
Dr John Cunningham - A Class Quite Distinct – West of Ireland Herdsmen in the 19th Century

Irish Radio Canada

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2019 71:48


Dr John Cunningham offers a fascinating insight into the lives of the individuals many of whom were in the employment of landlords throughout County Galway and indeed many of whose descendants continue to live locally to this day.

Irish Radio Canada
Dr John Cunningham - A Class Quite Distinct – West of Ireland Herdsmen in the 19th Century

Irish Radio Canada

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2019 71:48


Dr John Cunningham offers a fascinating insight into the lives of the individuals many of whom were in the employment of landlords throughout County Galway and indeed many of whose descendants continue to live locally to this day.

The Quicky
The New Face Of The Anti Vax Movement

The Quicky

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2019 12:00


Anti Vaxxers aren't new, in fact, as long as vaccinations have existed so have those opposed to them. But in 2019, instead of the argument existing between doctors and scientists and a group of concerned citizens, the anti vax movement has seen a dangerous new player enter the game... the social media influencer. Today we look at the NRL WAGS who have joined the Anti Vax army and speak to Dr John Cunningham who has committed himself to debunking all their arguments.   CREDITS Host/Producer: Claire Murphy Executive Producer: Elle Beattie Audio Producer: Ian Camilleri Thanks to our special guest Dr John Cunningham OAM If you want to make an informed choice about vaccinating your child head to the Australian Immunisation Handbook https://immunisationhandbook.health.gov.au/ The Quicky is the easiest and most enjoyable way to get across the news every day. And it's delivered straight to your ears in a daily podcast so you can listen whenever you want, wherever you are...at the gym, on the train, in the playground or at night while you're making dinner. The Quicky. Getting you up to speed. Daily. Want The Quicky in your ears every day?  Subscribe at mamamia.com.au/the-quicky or in your favourite podcast app. Love the show? Send us an email thequicky@mamamia.com.au or call the podphone 02 8999 9386. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

AeroSociety Podcast
Edwards, Cunningham & Lombard on the jet engine, the Vickers Viscount & the de Havilland Comet.

AeroSociety Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2019 13:52


This episode begins with Rolls-Royce’s head of aero engines, talking about the gas turbine engines of the 1950s, including the Rolls-Royce Tyne, before Raymond Baxter asks Sir George Edwards of Vickers about the turboprop generation of aircraft. The episode concludes with Gp. Capt. John Cunningham on test flying the de Havilland Comet series of aircraft. This is the fifth episode of Powered Flight, the British contribution to flying. It was a BBC Overseas Service documentary first broadcast in 1959 and was introduced by Charles Gibbs-Smith. The recording was supplied by the BBC/Getty images, was edited by Mike Stanberry FRAeS and was digitised and released thanks to a grant from the Royal Aeronautical Society Foundation and a bequest from E. H. J. Pallett.

The Skeptic Zone
The Skeptic Zone #540 - 24.February.2019

The Skeptic Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2019 56:12


0:00:00 Introduction Richard Saunders 0:05:45 Melbourne chiropractor 'treats' baby on video A Melbourne chiropractor filmed manipulating a two-week-old boy has been banned from treating children aged under 12 while he is investigated by authorities. https://www.news.com.au/national/breaking-news/chiro-faces-investigation-after-baby-video/news-story/27b05e049f94504453a63cc22834a1fa 0:14:30 Interview with Dr John Cunningham - Views on Chiropractic treatments John Cunningham is an Australian-trained orthopaedic surgeon who has committed his professional life to the treatment of patients with spinal disorders. His opinion and knowledge of spinal disorders, especially those of the ageing spine, spinal trauma and spinal imbalance, are respected world wide, and he has an active clinical research programme. He is fully abreast of all current techniques and science relating to the treatment of spinal conditions and has a special interest in spondylolisthesis. https://cunningham.com.au/ 0:28:35 CHIRO V GP – WHO’S MORE QUALIFIED? Is it true that GPs and chiropractors do much the same level of training and are thus equally qualified to practice primary healthcare? Should chiropractors play the role that GPs currently do as the first stop for medical consultation? The argument used by chiropractors to practice as primary healthcare is that they must go through the same level of medical training as GPs, including the same courses, and are thus as qualified to offer primary healthcare as GPs. The question is whether this is true. https://www.skeptics.com.au/2016/02/22/chiro-and-gp-whos-more-qualified/ 0:39:10 Maynard's Spooky Action! Maynard does a follow-up report on the pill testing at music events issue. Interviews with Shane Greenup, Sophie and Dr Alex Wodak. 0:47:43 ASI position statement on “gay conversion therapy” Australian Skeptics Inc. (ASI) commends Daniel Andrews and the Victorian government for the recently announced plan to ban “gay conversion therapy” across the state. These church-based therapies are not based on scientific evidence, have been proven not to work, and are well known to cause physical and psychological harm. https://www.skeptics.com.au/2019/02/20/asi-position-statement-on-gay-conversion-therapy/ Also Maynard 's DJ Gig in Sydney https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=468290

Golf Business Podcast
Episode 7 - John Cunningham, Don Rea & Rock Lucas, Kate Moore

Golf Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2019 28:45


John Cunningham, GM, Aronimink Golf Club, follows up on an article in the July/August issue of Golf Business Magazine about hiring using the predictive index; Don Rea & Rock Lucas talk about weather insurance and surviving a haboob; and Kate Moore, who is retiring from the Michigan Golf Course Association, shares stories about her many years with the organization.

Speeches by President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins
Speech at the Presentation of the Gaisce Gold Awards - with introduction by John Cunningham

Speeches by President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2018 11:38


President Higgins presents the Gaisce Gold Awards to 77 young people who have completed their personal development challenges. Gaisce is the President’s awards scheme which aims to foster young people’s potential by encouraging them to set goals in a number of areas and then achieve them.

Channel Partners Online
Coffee with Craig and Kevin Episode No. 49: BCM One, Top 5 Lists

Channel Partners Online

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2018 38:45


Craig and Kevin are back from fattening their bellies on Thanksgiving with a brand-new podcast. John Cunningham, CEO of BCM One, joins the fray to talk about the exciting things happening at his company and how partners are benefiting from some of its key relationships in the channel. And since it's December, it's time to look back at some of the highlights or 2018 and offer up some industry predictions for 2019 -- Craig and Kevin style, of course -- which means these "top five" lists could be pretty unorthodox.

Strength Chat
#32 Steel Habitat

Strength Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2018 36:23


In this episode I caught up with Tom Hill and John Cunningham, coaches over at Steel Habitat in Liverpool. When I first went over to see these guys, I really bought in to what they were doing and agreed with their philosophies on training. We chatted through a thing I think goes on in programming too much, having too much fluff rather focusing on the important stuff. A really good chat with some great take home points.

Coach James Short Podcast
John Cunningham - Owner and Principal Director, Cunninghams

Coach James Short Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2018 38:01


Director at Cunninghams, Chairman Professionalism committee REIA & Immediate Past President Real Estate Institute NSW. A person of great integrity, highly respected and a consummate professional, John commenced his career in Real Estate in 1977 with a very simple philosophy—to establish business relationships built on trust. Opening Cunninghams Property in 1991 with his wife, Ann, John integrated this philosophy into the burgeoning business.

Hospital Prison University Radio
We Are and We Are Not! Remix of speeches Cultural Congress of Havana 1968

Hospital Prison University Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2018 10:35


Listen to a dramatised mash-up of speeches from the 1968 Cultural Congress of Havana at the Hospital Prison University Radio. We, Maria Berrios and Jakob Jakobsen, produced this soundtrack for a propaganda tower presented as part of our project "The Revolution Must Be A School of Unfettered Thought" at the Sao Paulo Biennale in 2014. Much of the material from our research and visit to Cuba will be on display at the Archive for the next two months. Selected excerpts from delegates: Alonso Aguilar, Pio Baldelli, René Depestre, David Cooper, Edmundo Desnoes, Mario de Andrade, Roberto Fernández Retamar, Ambrosio Fornet, Valentino Orsini, Enrique Pineda Barnet, Christiane Rochefort, and Irwin Silber. Contemporary voices: Marina Vishmidt, John Cunningham and Alberto Dwek.

Team Building Podcast
Lessons Learned in Lead Conversion from 1 Million Internet Leads w/Josh Cunningham

Team Building Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2018


When it comes to increasing your conversion rates, availability is key. But how do you know what method of communication your leads prefer? How much time do you have after they show interest in your virtual store? Does the lead source makes any difference? On this episode, Josh Cunningham shares what helps his company stay on top of the game when it comes to converting leads. Any time you see a common weakness or frustration shared by the top people in the industry, it smells like an opportunity -Josh Cunningham Takeaways + Tactics Outbound is all about productivity and generating calls. Inbound is all about being there for the customer when they need you. Lead sources do not influence how humans respond to persuasion. No matter where your leads come from, the way you choose to interact with them determines your conversion rates. A few years ago, contacting your leads within 5 minutes was the ideal. Now, it’s under 2 minutes after they’ve expressed interest in your website. Make sure the person taking care of the hiring process has experience in converting leads. You can’t hire talent if you can’t recognize it.   At the beginning of the show, we talked about what’s important in outbound vs inbound marketing and how millennials are expecting to be treated. We then shared the importance of the human element that can be exploited via calls instead of emails or text messages, which are more impersonal. We also discussed: How many times you should approach a lead When you should approach a lead Why being available non-stop on working days is key Potential clients have less patience than ever, and instant gratification is one of the opportunities companies should tap into instead of being scared by it. Availability is one of the most important components of inbound marketing. If you don’t have someone who can take calls and nurture leads under 2 minutes after a website visitor shows interest, your conversion rates will not prosper. Guest Bio John Cunningham is the CEO of rokrbox, a professional real estate system that helps agencies nurture their leads and increase their availability up to 80 hours, 7 days a week. You can find out more about the lead nurturing system at http://rokrbox.com/#howitworks, or you can contact Josh directly at josh@rokrbox.com.

AeroSociety Podcast
An Interview With John Cunningham

AeroSociety Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2017 76:06


John ‘Cats-Eyes’ Cunningham HonFRAeS - de Havilland’s Chief Test Pilot - recounts highlights from his postwar career, including stories of flying the experimental DH.110 during a total electrical failure, the DH.108 following the death Geoffrey de Havilland Jnr and the DH.106 Comet 1. Edited for podcast by Mike Stanberry FRAeS, the digitisation of the recording was funded through the Royal Aeronautical Society Foundation.

Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2017
Dr John Cunningham (QUB). An after game at Irish: Clement Walker and the Conquest of Ireland in 1649.

Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2017

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2017 23:47


Dr John Cunningham (QUB) at the 2017 Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference: 'An after game at Irish: Clement Walker and the Conquest of Ireland in 1649'.

SmartArts
SmartArts - 10 November 2016

SmartArts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2016 36:25


In the world of Melbourne theatre Richard talks to director Daniel Clarke about his new production 'Rust and Bone' running at La Mama, as well as theatre makers Rachel Dyson-McGregor and Mike McEvoy who's creation, entitled 'STRIVE', will be showing at the Richmond Theatrette on Church St.In the purely visual realm Richard speaks with German artist Vera Moller (whose work is being displayed as part of the exhibition 'Human/Animal/Artist: Art Inspired by Animals' at McClelland Sculpture Park) and the park's director John Cunningham.

Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2016
Dr John Cunningham (QUB). The apothecary in early modern Ireland.

Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2016

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2016 24:41


Dr John Cunningham (QUB) at the 2016 Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference. The apothecary in early modern Ireland

Eldorado
Errance #72 : De Cardinal à Odetta

Eldorado

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2016


CARDINAL. SILVER MACHINES – 3:50Cardinal, Flydaddy, 1994 THE MOLES. DREAMLAND – 2:50Tonight's Music, Fire records, 2016 VERONICA FALLS. FOUND LOVE IN A GRAVEYARD – 3:55Veronica Falls, Bella Union, 2011 THE LA'S. TIMELESS MELODY – 3:00The La's, Go ! Discs, 1990 THE LA'S. WHO KNOWS – 3:30There She Goes (EP), Go!Discs, 1988 JOHN CUNNINGHAM. SOMETHING ABOUT THE […] Cet article Errance #72 : De Cardinal à Odetta est apparu en premier sur Eldorado.

Business Divorce Roundtable
Episode 4: John Cunningham Interview On Avoiding LLC Deadlock

Business Divorce Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2016 34:17


A huge percentage of limited liability companies consist of two co-equal, 50% members, which poses the danger of management deadlock and dysfunction leading to dissolution or other litigation. In this episode, you'll hear my interview with John Cunningham, one of the country's foremost experts on LLC formation and operating agreements, talking about the problem of deadlock and how to avoid it in LLC operating agreements.

Earthworms
Growing Good Humans - The Waldorf School of St. Louis

Earthworms

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2016 36:43


Kids in Waldorf school prepare their own snacks, often from food they have grown in their school garden! They cultivate learning for Head, Hands and Heart. They learn by telling stories, from Fairy Tales in first grade to Viking Tales in fourth. Athletics include the classic Greek events of the pentathlon. Media-based learning is extremely limited. Waldorf graduates are 50% more likely to go into sciences and math compared to the national average. Art and Music weave through every school experience, and Nature is a major teacher. Kelly Childs, St. Louis Waldorf School parent and board member, shares her experience and knowledge about this internationally recognized educational "alternative" with Earthworms' Jean Ponzi. Among the many practical to deeply philosophical elements of Waldorf education in this conversation, Kelly's favorite is that students - her two children and their friends - are going through school LOVING learning.  Plus, these young humans are growing up loving (and loving to learn about) nature. What a concept! The Waldorf School of St. Louis invites adults to a workshop on Saturday June 11, 9 a.m. to noon, on "Awakening Empathy in the Heart of Community." featuring Dr. John Cunningham, proponent of nonviolent communications and compassionate communication.  Music: Who Gives by Brian Curran, performed at KDHX December 2015.

Escuchando Peliculas
El Club de los Poetas Muertos - Dead Poets Society (Drama 1989)

Escuchando Peliculas

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2015 124:23


Título original Dead Poets Society Año: 1989 Duración 124 min. País Estados Unidos Estados Unidos Director Peter Weir Guión Tom Schulman Música Maurice Jarre Fotografía John Seale Reparto Robin Williams, Robert Sean Leonard, Ethan Hawke, Josh Charles, Dylan Kussman, Gale Hansen, James Waterston, Allelon Ruggiero, Norman Lloyd, Kurtwood Smith, Melora Walters, Welker White, John Cunningham, Debra Mooney, Lara Flynn Boyle Productora Touchstone Pictures / Silver Screen Partners IV Género Drama | Enseñanza. Colegios & Universidad. Literatura Sinopsis En un elitista y estricto colegio privado de Nueva Inglaterra, un grupo de alumnos descubrirá la poesía, el significado del "carpe diem" -aprovechar el momento- y la importancia vital de luchar por alcanzar los sueños, gracias a un excéntrico profesor que despierta sus mentes por medio de métodos poco convencionales.

UCD Humanities Institute Podcast
John Cunningham. Lawyers and the law in the writings of Sir William Parsons

UCD Humanities Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2014 27:50


Lawyers and the law in the writings of Sir William Parsons by Dr John Cunningham (TCD and Exeter) at Law and Revolution in Ireland - law and lawyers before, during, and after the Cromwellian Interregnum.

Summit Medical Group
What Women Need to Know About Breast Density

Summit Medical Group

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2014


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and this year, the focus is on breast density. Breast density describes the proportion of the different tissues that make up a woman’s breasts. On a mammogram, the areas of breast and connective tissue seen are compared to the area(s) of fat. Breast and connective tissue are denser than fat and this difference shows up on a mammogram High breast density means there is a greater amount of breast and connective tissue compared to fat. Low breast density means there is a greater amount of fat compared to breast and connective tissue. Here to talk about breast density, mammograms and other ways of imaging dense breasts as well as the new law requiring information on breast density to be sent to women is John Cunningham, M.D., Director of the Summit Medical Group Breast Care Center.

Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2014
Dr John Cunningham. The medical world of early modern Ireland.

Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2014

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2014 23:20


Dr John Cunningham (TCD/Exeter) at the 2014 Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference. The medical world of early modern Ireland.

Airing Pain
62. Independent Living

Airing Pain

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2014 29:39


How to get support in regaining independence and the physical and mental health benefits of social exercise. This edition has been funded by a grant from the Moffat Charitable Trust. How can people left disabled and housebound by chronic pain be supported to live independently? Producer Paul Evans visits two Edinburgh-based organisations with different approaches to transforming the lives of people in pain. The Lothian Centre for Inclusive Living (LCIL) is run by disabled people for disabled people with the aim, as its name suggests, of helping people to live full lives despite their condition. A key part of their service is supporting people as they apply for the benefits to which they are entitled in an often confusing and frustrating system. Jacqueline Todd recalls her struggle to be recognised as eligible for the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and the freedom she has gained from adaptations to her home. At the Thistle Foundation Paul speaks to members and staff about how their exercise and lifestyle classes bring people ‘out of the darkness’ of social isolation and pain. John Cunningham found the ‘supremely fit’ people at his local gym intimidating, but the welcoming and supportive environment has ‘changed [his] life dramatically’. Course leader Linda Douglas talks about the importance of finding a ‘safe space’ where people can focus on their strengths and find out what works for them. You can find out more about the organisations featured in this programme at: www.lothiancil.org.uk Contributors: * Kirsty Henderson, Information and Communications Officer, LCIL * Jacqueline Todd, service user and volunteer, LCIL * Linda Douglas, lifestyle management course leader, Thistle Foundation * John Cunningham, member, Thistle Foundation * Margaret Hendry, volunteer and member, Thistle Foundation First broadcast 29.07.14 #Fibromyalgia #Benefits #Exercise #Occupationaltherapy #Pacing #Peersupport

Mickelson's Podcast
Thursday August 8 2013

Mickelson's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2013 83:12


Jim Hawkins and Jody Nations  from Professional Educators of Iowa talks about fixin' what ails Iowa's fading ed establishment.  John Cunningham and Steve Mallicoat from the Iowa Ready Mix Concrete Association talks about the advantages of concrete in construction.  Plus, can people use religion as a reason to say no to stuff they don't agree with?

1913 Lockout - Unfinished Business - Podcast Series
1913 Lockout - Unfinished Business - Episode 5 - New Unionism & Beyond Dublin

1913 Lockout - Unfinished Business - Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2013 24:55


In the latest episode of the Lockout podcast series we look at the development of new unionism at the turn of the 20th century. This was the trade unionism of Connolly and Larkin("Larkinism"), focused on unskilled workers, that had its roots in the radical working-class struggles of Britain and America. We profile Cork-born American labour leader Mother Jones who was one of the eras most famous trade unionists and a cofounder of the Industrial Workers of the World. Before it reached Dublin in 1913 new unionism had swept across the island of Ireland. The podcast takes a look at the 1907 Belfast dock strike - a cross community struggle of Catholic and Protestant workers - and interviews NUI Galway labour historian Dr. John Cunningham about some of the other flashpoints in the south - Wexford in 1911, the Galway lockout of 1912 and Sligo in early 1913. We conclude by discussing why it is important to see the 1913 Lockout in Dublin in its context, as part of a new international wave of militancy and organisation among workers in the western world. What is the relevance of new unionism for us in 2013? While there are many differences there are also similarities - the rise in unemployment and casual labour; the ossification and decline of trade unions; the need for a reinvigorated mass movement of workers to fight back against bosses. We leave off where the next and final 1913 Unfinished Business podcast will pick up - how can workers organise today to meet the challenges we face? Contributors: Moira Murphy, Fiona Dunkin, Ronan Burtenshaw, Shane Fitzgerald, Eoin Griffin and Jen O Laoire. Produced by Moira Murphy and Thom MacDermott. With thanks to John Cunningham and Connolly Books.

7 figure Attraction Agent
John Cunningham - part 2: non-negotiables in real estate

7 figure Attraction Agent

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2013 27:28


John Cunningham is the owner of Cunningham's Property, one of the most progressive, client focused and team centred real estate offices in the country. John covers how he gets average days on market to 29, he discusses some of the non-negotiables, and reveals some golden nuggets on data basing.

7 figure Attraction Agent
John Cunningham - part 1: customer relationships are key

7 figure Attraction Agent

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2013 26:51


John Cunningham is the owner of Cunningham's Property - one of the most progressive, client focused and team centred real estate offices in the country. Tom Panos interviews John on the journey of going from beginner, to top salesman, to running the office and covers systems, ideas and fundamentals of an attraction business.

Word Balloon Comics Podcast
Jason Aaron pt 1 DC Veeps & Image Comics 2012 w Augie DeBlieck

Word Balloon Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2013 172:02


On this episode of Word Balloon, Jason aaron starts a 2 part conversation about his current work on Thor God Of Thunder, Wolverine and The X-Men and the wrap ups tp his Vertigo series Scalped with RM Guerra, and HULK.DC Vice presidents John Cunningham and Bob Wayne discuss DC's 2012 performance in the comic market.And we wrap up with a year in review look at Image Comics in 2012 with Augie DeBlieck Jr, Pipeline columnist for Comic Book Resources.

Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2012
Dr John Cunningham (TCD/Freiburg). Divided conquerors - martial law and the politics of conquest in Ireland, 1649 to 1653.

Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2012

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2012 20:20


Dr John Cunningham (TCD/Freiburg). Divided conquerors - martial law and the politics of conquest in Ireland, 1649 to 1653.

Word Balloon Comics Podcast
Word Balloon Podcast Bendis Talks A v X 11 and The Death Of...DC Veeps and Lauren Sankovitch

Word Balloon Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2012 150:51


On this episode of Word Balloon we not only wrap up the latest edition of the Bendis Tapes, we also talk to Brian one day after the shocking events of Avengers Vs X-Men 11. We talk about the story beats of the issue, and the ramifications of the issue's climax.Check the Time Code below to avoid the spoiler details if you haven't read the issue yet, and have dodged the massive news coverage. Then it's time for our monthly conversation with Bob Wayne and John Cunningham from DC Comics. We look back at the first year of "The New 52"We wrap up with Marvel Editor Lauren Sankovitch who talks about the Marvel Now books she oversees like Captain America, Winter Soldier, Thor God Of Thunder, Journey Into Mystery and more. Lauren talks about the new creators on some of the books and new directions for the stoy arcs. We also talk about how Marvel's AR app is changing the way editors map out stories.TIME CODE00:00-31:58 Bendis Talks AvX 11 (SPOILER WARNING)31:58-1:18:10 Bendis Tapes Part 31:18:11-1:33:24 DC Comics Bob Wayne and John Cunnigham1:33:25- End Of Show Marvel Editor Lauren Sankovitch

Word Balloon Comics Podcast
Word Balloon Unconventional With DC Veeps Daredevil End Of Days and P Craig Russell

Word Balloon Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2012 131:22


To get you into that San Diego Comic Con mood, Word Balloon presents another Un-Conventional episode, featuring virtual panels with the type of information and conversation you'd get by attending a convention.First DC vice presidents Bob Wayne and John Cunningham discuss the June store numbers from Diamond, and preview the salte of DC and Time Warner panels.Then we attend this past Monday's Daredevil End Of Days press conference. Creators Brian Michael Bendis, David Mack Klaus Joanson and Bill Sienkiewicz.Finally A Master Class Session With P Craig Russell,who has an informative Kickstarter campiagn to teach aspiring artists about graphic storytelling. We aslo talk about his latest Neil Gaiman adaptation a two volume graphic noveliazation of The Graveyard Book, featuring an all star line up of comic book artists like Tony Harris Kevin Nowland Jill Thompson and others.

Word Balloon Comics Podcast
Word Balloon Podcast Matt Fraction pt 1 Comic Book Sales Numbers With DC Veeps Wayne and Cunningham

Word Balloon Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2012 115:39


On this edition of Word Balloon, we talk with DC vice presidents Bob Wayne and John Cunningham about the Diamond Top 10 sales numbers of comic books from May, plus the first reactions to DC's 2nd Wave titles, Before Watchmen and further details about the Zero Issues and 3rd Wave of new DC books coming in September.Then we start a 2 part Matt Fraction Fireside Chat. Matt shares insight on the current and future storylines of Thor, Iron Man and The Defenders. There are trippy dreamwalking moments and self realization ideas happening in all three books, but Fraction is adressing the same plot devices in very different ways in each of these titles.Finally JK Woodward joins us to talk all things Trek and Whovian, as we discuss IDW's Star Trek TNG-Doctor Who crossover mini series.

Word Balloon Comics Podcast
Word Balloon Podcast Comic Books C-List Heroes With The DC Veeps Wayne and Cunningham, Kelly Sue DeC

Word Balloon Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2012 205:30


The plight of creating an ongoing series featuring 2nd and 3rd tier heroes is discussed on this episode of Word Balloon.First DC Vice presidents Bob Wayne and John Cunningham join us to discuss the monthly numbers, but also talk about the re-tooling of some of DC's New 52 titles that are seeing creative changes. Will thye be enough to boost sales?Then writer Kelly Sue DeConnick talks about her new series Captain Marvel. Carol Danvers is getting a promotion, and a new monthly series, but the life expectancy for Marvel books that don't feature Spider-Man Wolverine isn't promising. Deconnick discusses the challenge of starting this type of book, plus we talk about her new Dark Horse series with Phil Noto Ghost, and a new Castle OGN from Marvel coming this fall.Then we wrap up with solo talks featuring Art Baltazar and Franco. The duo has just wrapped up the Tiniy Titans series with issue 50, and begin their new kids comic Superman Family Adventures with a preview that was featured in that last TT issue . The guys are notorious for clowning when their together, but I forced them to talk seperatley to get a more serious look at the wrap up of their New York Times best selling series, and the challenge of doing a new all ages title featuring Superman.

Amateur Radio QSO Show
John Cunningham W1AI with Ham Test OnLine

Amateur Radio QSO Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2012 117:26


John Cunningham W1AI with Ham Test OnLine

Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2011
Dr John Cunningham. Bohemia and Ireland in the seventeenth century - Comparable histories.

Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2011

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2011 17:52


Dr John Cunningham (TCD/Freiburg) Bohemia and Ireland in the seventeenth century - Comparable histories

Documentary on One - RTÉ Documentaries
DocArchive: The Strange Thing I Am

Documentary on One - RTÉ Documentaries

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2010 20:18


On Easter Monday 1916 Patrick Pearse stood on the steps of the GPO and read the Proclamation. John Cunningham questions how our view of Pearse has evolved from the adulation of the early years to his relevance today (Broadcast 2005).

Winnipeg Word Pod
"Speaking Crow" open mic November 6 2007

Winnipeg Word Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2007 82:04


22 local poets participate in Winnipeg's longest(?) running spoken word event. First Tuesday of every month at an unknown location. Featured speaker: Duncan Mercredi. Open Mic poets: Colin Smith, Jesse D. Harms, P.O.V. Brain (Paul Friesen), John Cunningham, Louella Lester, POORTREE (Dave Streit and Christoff Engbrecht), Andrew Eastman, Sheldon Thomas, Shelly Genthon, p.c. miller, Ann Harte, Maeengan Linklater, Trevor Greyeyes, Shayla Elizabeth, Sean Bernard, Marika Prokosh, Zofia, Eve Dutton, Rosanna Deerchild, Tracy. This is a very long (1:22) podcast.

Agile Toolkit Podcast
APLN06 - Mark Salamango John Cunningham - Leading the Agile Way: Duty, Honor, Delivery

Agile Toolkit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2006 31:31


This is a recorded Experience Report from the APLN Leadership summit at Agile 2006.Leading the Agile Way: Duty, Honor, Delivery by Mark Salamango and John Cunningham. A contractors experience doing a project for the military and the challenges involved providing security monitoring for the Super Bowl.Hope you enjoy.-bob payne