Did you know College Park was first named Manchester? Or that it could have been named Attica, Minerva, The Colleges, Colegia, or Ledra? This week we're covering all of that history, through the airport expansion and even into College Park's contributions to Southern rap. Georgia Trust Spring Ramble Flight Path Want to support this podcast? Visit here Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
This week Danny & Billy are joined by comedian Stephen Bailey, a Manchester artist who explains their story, rise to comedic fame and how much of a challenge it is telling fisting jokes to an audience including straights.For more from Danny & Billy and to watch some of the shows highlights, follow us on Instagram & TikTok: @gossipgayspodYou can send your dilemmas and questions to: email@example.comAnd you can even get in touch via Whatsapp! Texts/ voice notes, go wild! If you wish to remain anon, just say. We will never out you and can even disguise your voice. Whatsapp the show on: +447822010049 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Joey and Mulv review Manchester City's FA Cup win over Vincent Kompany's Burnley. The boys spin Wanchope's Wheel of Wonders, and talk all the latest City news.
The Latinx In Social Work Podcast
I'm thrilled to welcome Rosita L. Marinez to the show today as we explore her incredible journey from social worker to being in a senior leadership position as the Director of Housing Operations at Fountain House.In this eye-opening episode, we discuss the power of empathy and dedication in her career and her work's impact on the community. Rosita also dispels the common misconception that homeless folks must have a personal experience with mental health illness to become homeless. Don't miss this enlightening conversation with a true changemaker as we discuss the importance of resilience, passion, and a caring heart working in the housing space.Topics we touch on include:How Rosita identifies given her mixed Latina background How she was able to become the Director of Housing Operation for Fountain House. A national organization fighting for the dignity of people with serious mental illnessWhat does it take for a social worker to work in the housing sector?More about Rosita:Rosita L. Marinez has over twenty years of experience specializing in operations management, financial management, project development, program administration, and executive leadership. Her areas of focus are in mental health, substance use disorder, HIV/AIDS, and housing. The past fourteen years, she has dedicated her career to ending homelessness in New York City. Over the years, Rosita has been part of different initiatives. She recently opened the first Housing Resource Center in a clubhouse model at Fountain House, where she holds a senior leadership position as the Director of Housing Operations. Rosita has been recognized by Manchester's Who's Who in 2005-2006 for exceptional work in social service. In 2021-2022, Marquis Who's Who, recognized Rosita as an outstanding social justice leader. Both recognitions given to Rosita were for her dedication, commitment but particularly for her different initiatives in HIV/AIDS and housing.Rosita has a Master of Science-Non-profit Leadership from Fordham University, a Master of Social Work from Hunter College. She also has a postgraduate degree in Advance Clinical Social Work from Hunter College and a SIFI from Columbia University. She has a bachelor's degree in psychology from CUNY. Other relevant academic achievements include the George and Belle Strell Executive Leadership Fellows Program and John Harford Scholars Program- Hunter College. Rosita also holds multiple certifications in housing development compliance.Rosita L. Marinez, MS-NPL, ADV-CSW, MSW, SIFIRmarinez41@outlook.comlinkedin.com/in/rosita-l-marinez-ms-npl-adv-csw-msw-a1443966 ---Follow Latinx in Social Work on the web:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erica-priscilla-sandoval-lcsw-483928ba/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/latinxinsocialwork/Website: https://www.latinxinsocialwork.com/Get the best selling book Latinx in Social Work Volume 2: Stories that heal, inspire, and connect communities on Amazon today:https://a.co/d/i6pkuYy
Welcome to Season 9! It's great to be back. Get ready to tantalise your taste buds and whet your appetite, because today we are joined by the master of all things delicious, Chef James Martin.James has been cooking up a storm on TV screens for over 20 years, and has written over 20 cookbooks as well, selling millions of copies worldwide.Born and raised in Yorkshire, James remains a Yorkshire lad through and through and still spends plenty of time in his home county, which he tells us about today. You'll hear that James has had a huge passion for food since childhood, and he was just 22 when he gained his first Michelin star working as the head chef at the Hotel du Vin in Winchester. His down-to-earth personality and infectious enthusiasm quickly caught the attention of TV producers, and it was his regular appearances on "Ready Steady Cook" that really brought him to the public's attention.From there, he landed his own cooking show, BBC's "Saturday Kitchen,” which he hosted for over ten years, while opening restaurants in Manchester and at Chewton Glen hotel in Hampshire. Now he's the host of Saturday Morning with James Martin on ITV, alongside several foodie travel shows like "James Martin's French, Mediterranean and American Adventures” - so travel has been an incredibly important feature in his career so far. James' travel diaries today take us from the west coast of Scotland to the golden Caribbean sands of St Barths, from the quintessential British seaside of Blackpool to a culinary road trip through Wales, and much more. Whether you're a seasoned chef or a culinary novice, sit back, relax, as we kick off a big new season of the travel diaries with James Martin.Destination Recap:Holly's travels -Lilycombe Farm, Somerset, EnglandThe Nook, Hillside Hangouts, Worcestershire, EnglandJames Martin -The Lygon Arms, Worcestershire, EnglandRobin Hood's Bay, North Yorkshire, EnglandBlackpoolMalton, North Yorkshire, EnglandHotel de Plaisance, Vitrac, FranceChewton Glen, Hampshire, England West Coast of ScotlandSt Paul-de-Vence, FranceL'Isle sur la Sorgue, France Lake Annecy, FranceSt BarthsMonacoFood Road Trip in Wales: The Hardwick, Abergavenny, The Walnut Tree, Abergavenny and Ynyshir Restaurant and Rooms, MachynllethGreeceTurkeyJapanSpainIf you'd like to experience a taste of James' signature dishes, head to The Lygon Arms, and book a table at GRILL or TAVERN.With thanks to today's sponsor -Kip Hideaways - The best of UK travel is just around the corner and with places already booking up fast now is the time to find and book a spring or summer break. Head to kiphideaways.com to find your perfect escape or give them a follow on Instagram @kiphideaways for the dreamiest U.K. travel inspiration. If you want to be the first find out who is joining me on next week's episode, follow me on Instagram @hollyrubenstein, You'll also find me on Twitter and TikTok. Don't forget that all the destinations mentioned by my guests are included in the episode show notes here on your podcast app, and listed on my website, thetraveldiariespodcast.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In June 1962 three prisoners escaped from the maximum security US jail on the island of Alcatraz. They achieved this using a homemade raft, papier-mâché and... spoons. In 2013, Ashley Byrne spoke to Jolene Babyak who was living on the island at the time. A Made in Manchester production for BBC World Service. (Picture: Alcatraz. Credit: Getty Images)
Phil and Colm are back to discuss the latest Manchester United news. The boys take a look at the weekends game against Fulham as well as discussing the permutations of the takeover
Matthew is the Cofounder and CEO of Matillion. He cofounded his first startup at age 18. Before starting Matillion in 2011, Matthew worked in commercial IT and software development for 15 years at a number of British and European systems integrators. A native of Altrincham, England, near Manchester, Matthew now spends half his time in the United States – primarily in Denver (Matillion's U.S. headquarters), Seattle, New York, and in the Bay Area, at the beating heart of the enterprise software industry.I am a big advocate for developing healthier company culture, and we dive right into this conversation with a framework on just that from Matthew! We also talk about how there's no one right answer about which culture to create that leads to building a company with staying power, how to determine when your company pivot is working, micro confidence vs. macro confidence, the personal growth you make as a leader, and the biggest obstacle people have in building their companies.Learn more about Matthew and Mattillion | WebsiteFor more stories and advice on founders and CEOs, head to alisacohn.comTo stay up to date on future episodes and learn more from Alisa, sign up for her newsletter.Connect with Alisa!Follow Alisa Cohn onInstagram: @alisacohnTwitter: @alisacohnFacebook: facebook.com/alisa.cohnLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alisacohn/Website: http://www.alisacohn.comDownload her 5 scripts for delicate conversations (and 1 to make your life better)Grab a copy of From Start-Up to Grown-Up by Alisa Cohn from AmazonIf you like what you hear, please subscribe to the podcast!Connect with Alisa! Follow Alisa Cohn on Instagram: @alisacohn Twitter: @alisacohn Facebook: facebook.com/alisa.cohn LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alisacohn/ Website: http://www.alisacohn.com Download her 5 scripts for delicate conversations (and 1 to make your life better) Grab a copy of From Start-Up to Grown-Up by Alisa Cohn from Amazon
Talk of the Devils - A show about Manchester United
A 3-1 home win in the FA Cup against Fulham sounds like comfortable Sunday afternoon viewing for Manchester United fans. You probably already know that wasn't the case, but Ian Irving, Andy Mitten, and Laurie Whitwell are here to fill you in on the details. We consider the potential for two domestic semi-finals against Brighton, one of which could lead to a Manchester derby at Wembley, and we react to an Arsenal-less Europa League quarter final draw. More chips, anyone? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode we are joined by International Relations specialist Tara McCormack to talk about Britain, foreign policy and the always interesting topic of the rottenness of the British state. In a wide ranging coversation we cover the Shamina Begum case, the Manchester bombing of 2017, the Ukraine war, the war on terror and much more! So enjoy an excursion to perfidious Albion with two of it's disgruntled residents. Be sure to follow Tara on twitter Episode outro is 'Song of the Leaders' by Roy Bailey Episode Image is the best visual metaphor for the decline of British imperialism
Women in Customer Success Podcast
In this episode, I'm talking to Elena Cocco, Manager of Customer Success at SafetyCulture. Elena has a special passion for supporting and helping other women in their professional journeys. She is energised by seeing people around her succeed and I'm excited to bring this conversation to you! Elena started her career journey in Support and then transitioned into Customer Success where she is thriving in a leadership role. She's also a leading member of Customer Success communities in the UK, leading Manchester CS Cafes. Did you know? ⭐️ Elena wanted to be an archaeologist and explore artefacts like Indiana Jones ⭐️ If she would change career today, her choice would be interior design - Scand stile (right there with you Elena, we should have Fika together!) ⭐️ She's Italian
Julie Matthias is in the middle of a regular shift at her hairdressing salon when she begins to feel really strange. Julie is taken to hospital with the symptoms of a stroke, but doctors can find no evidence she has had one. Initially, Julie is unable to speak properly at all. But when her voice returns, friends start to notice something strange. Julie's standard Southern British accent, typical for the Medway area of Kent where she lives, has disappeared. In its place is a new voice, a new accent, which leads strangers to think she's from another country entirely. In this episode of Sideways, Matthew Syed wants to understand how our accents evolve, and what happens when they change. Charting Julie's journey to understand the condition she has developed, and why her accent has disappeared, Matthew uncovers the intricacies of our accents and how they form a part of our identity. Delving into our obsession with accents, and the stereotypes we associate with them, Matthew discovers how our accents change throughout our lives, and how this can impact the way we are treated. As it turns out, the accent is not just in the voice of the speaker, but crucially, in the ear of the listener too. With Jane Setter, Professor of Phonetics at the University of Reading; Nick Miller, Emeritus Professor of Motor Speech Disorders at Newcastle University; and Alex Baratta, Senior Lecturer in Language, Linguistics and Communication at the University of Manchester. Presenter: Matthew Syed Producer: Pippa Smith Series Editor: Katherine Godfrey Sound Design and Mix: Naomi Clarke Theme music by Ioana Selaru A Novel production for BBC Radio 4
The book of the moment for today's episode is Icebreaker by Hannah Grace. Just a forewarning for those of you listening, this is NOT a spoiler-free zone. We will be discussing this book in all of its glory, which of course includes revealing the ending. Hannah Grace is an English self-labeled “fluffy comfort book” author, writing predominantly new adult and contemporary romance from her home in Manchester, England. When she's not describing everyone's eyes ten-thousand times a chapter, accidentally giving multiple characters the same name, or using English sayings that no one understands in her American books, you can find her hanging out with her husband and two dogs, Pig and Bear. If you enjoyed this episode, I encourage you to leave a review on whichever platform you are listening on, if applicable. If you have any further questions regarding topics discussed throughout the episode feel free to join our Hardcover Hoes Discord Server via the link in the show notes, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to recommend books to cover in future episodes as well! Discord Server: https://discord.gg/zpvW4FyuPF TikTok, IG, Twitter: @HardcoverHoes Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/993967071461813/
Justin Moorhouse About 30 Minutes No More Than 45
This week, Justin visits Bristol and Bridgwater on tour, Father John Misty with JB, and Suede with #Janet and Big Dog. JB replaces #Janet for the ins and outs, before the Burner Phone signs us off for another week. Get in touch or #AskJanet here: WhatsApp – 07495 717 860 Twitter – @3045podcast Email – email@example.com EPISODE LINKS: Turtle Bay: https://turtlebay.co.uk/ Father John Misty: https://fatherjohnmisty.com/ Suede: https://twitter.com/suedeHQ The Albert Hall, Manchester: https://www.alberthallmanchester.com/ THIS WEEK'S GIGS: See Justin on Friday here: https://alexanderslive.seetickets.com/event/friday-night-comedy/alexander-s-live/2444413 See Justin on Saturday here: https://staffordgatehousetheatre.co.uk/events/justin-moorhouse/ See Justin on Sunday here: https://justinmoorhouse.seetickets.com/event/justin-moorhouse-stretch-think/blackheath-halls/2280705 Stretch and Think 22-23 Tour: https://justinmoorhouse.seetickets.com/tour/justin-moorhouse Music by Liam Frost. Produced by Rachel Fitzgerald and Justin Moorhouse.
In this episode I spoke with stand-up comedian Alex Hylton, who talked about the worst Jongleurs gig, high-fiving your partner, and hanging out with Good Kids at an all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet. Alex Hylton hails from Manchester but has made Leicester his home, and it was here at the 2020 Leicester Comedy Festival that we met. He is an energetic performer and dedicated promoter of the local comedy scene, and I recognised an individual with a true passion for comedy. It was no surprise to hear him spoken of affectionately throughout the festival, and a delight when his third show "Get Rich or Die Cryin'" won Best Show at that year's Awards. It was two years before I saw Alex again, and he hadn't lost any of the energy and passion that are the true hallmarks of his character. It's a pleasure to know someone so synonymous with the comedy of Leicester and the Midlands not only for his devotion to local comedy, but for his hilarious and heartfelt stand-up. Instagram @AlexParisHylton Twitter @AlexParisHylton The Comedy Nerd Instagram @The ComedyNerd Comedy in a Nutshell Instagram @ComedyInANutshell Comedy In A Nutshell webpage
Mornin' all!So, there wasn't a show last night for various reasons (tune in next week to find out why!) but we didn't want to leave you, the faithful member of the LAC (Listen Again Crew) without something to tide you over until next week.To keep your ears warmed we've delved into the archive (the shoebox of cassettes that Steve's hiding from The Long Suffering Alma in the cellar) to find a tape of The Chemical Brothers being interviewed on Radio 1 for "All Back To Mine". The show is mint, with recollections of raves, Manchester, Ibiza, tours and all-sorts. Hope you enjoy it!If you like what you hear join us live (almost) every Sunday 9pm-11pm on SheffieldLive! 93.2fm, via the TuneIn Radio App or www.sheffieldlive.orgGet in touch with requests, recommendations and guest mix inquiries!We're also available for family functions, weddings, funerals, boat launches and more.www.twitter.com/RadioNightTrain
MANCHESTER DRAW A BLANK VS SOUTHAMPTON, ARSENAL WIN AWAY AT FULHAM - Sarcasm City Sports Q&A by Sarcasm City TV
Katherine Davies' book Siblings and Sociology (Manchester UP, 2023) draws upon innovative qualitative data sources to explore the significance of siblings throughout the life course, demonstrating why sociologists ought to pay attention to siblingship. Focussing on four themes central to the discipline of sociology - self, relationality, imagination and time - the book shows why siblings matter. Grounded in theories of relatedness but spanning theoretical work on generation, life course, emotion, sensory worlds, normativity and identity, Siblings and Sociology explores the importance of siblings in everyday life and how they inform wider social processes: the relational construction of identity, the inculcation of capital, experiences of institutions like schools and the meanings of relatedness. Siblings tap into profound questions about who we are and who we can become. This book shows how the intrigue of siblingship renders them an important lens through which to think in new ways about familiar sociological ideas. Siblings and Sociology demonstrates why siblings are a fascinating subject for sociologists: a relationship that can influence all aspects of life, as well as an object of scrutiny capable of firing the sociological imagination and directing the analytical gaze. Rituparna Patgiri is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi. She has a PhD in Sociology from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. Her research interests lie in the areas of food, media, gender and public. She is also one of the co-founders of Doing Sociology. Patgiri can be reached at @Rituparna37 on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology
Katherine Davies' book Siblings and Sociology (Manchester UP, 2023) draws upon innovative qualitative data sources to explore the significance of siblings throughout the life course, demonstrating why sociologists ought to pay attention to siblingship. Focussing on four themes central to the discipline of sociology - self, relationality, imagination and time - the book shows why siblings matter. Grounded in theories of relatedness but spanning theoretical work on generation, life course, emotion, sensory worlds, normativity and identity, Siblings and Sociology explores the importance of siblings in everyday life and how they inform wider social processes: the relational construction of identity, the inculcation of capital, experiences of institutions like schools and the meanings of relatedness. Siblings tap into profound questions about who we are and who we can become. This book shows how the intrigue of siblingship renders them an important lens through which to think in new ways about familiar sociological ideas. Siblings and Sociology demonstrates why siblings are a fascinating subject for sociologists: a relationship that can influence all aspects of life, as well as an object of scrutiny capable of firing the sociological imagination and directing the analytical gaze. Rituparna Patgiri is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi. She has a PhD in Sociology from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. Her research interests lie in the areas of food, media, gender and public. She is also one of the co-founders of Doing Sociology. Patgiri can be reached at @Rituparna37 on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology
Our guest this episode is Paul Kehoe, drummer of Peter Hook and The Light and former drummer of Monaco. Paul is a lifelong Manchester resident and a handsome and talented lad who I had the great pleasure of touring alongside in 2022. I'm very pleased to have had the opportunity to catch up with him and gain more insight into his musical history here. I hope you enjoy this episode! If you're enjoying Couch Riffs Podcast please support us on Patreon. Patreon support is what allows Couch Riffs to grow and helps us set our sites on new, bigger and better goals for the content we create for you to enjoy. Thank you for your support! https://patreon.com/couchriffs https://couchriffs.com
Katherine Davies' book Siblings and Sociology (Manchester UP, 2023) draws upon innovative qualitative data sources to explore the significance of siblings throughout the life course, demonstrating why sociologists ought to pay attention to siblingship. Focussing on four themes central to the discipline of sociology - self, relationality, imagination and time - the book shows why siblings matter. Grounded in theories of relatedness but spanning theoretical work on generation, life course, emotion, sensory worlds, normativity and identity, Siblings and Sociology explores the importance of siblings in everyday life and how they inform wider social processes: the relational construction of identity, the inculcation of capital, experiences of institutions like schools and the meanings of relatedness. Siblings tap into profound questions about who we are and who we can become. This book shows how the intrigue of siblingship renders them an important lens through which to think in new ways about familiar sociological ideas. Siblings and Sociology demonstrates why siblings are a fascinating subject for sociologists: a relationship that can influence all aspects of life, as well as an object of scrutiny capable of firing the sociological imagination and directing the analytical gaze. Rituparna Patgiri is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi. She has a PhD in Sociology from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. Her research interests lie in the areas of food, media, gender and public. She is also one of the co-founders of Doing Sociology. Patgiri can be reached at @Rituparna37 on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Shaun Attwood's True Crime Podcast
KORO health snacks for 5% discount enter promo code TRUECRIME at this link: https://www.koro-shop.co.uk/ Steven Fiddler is a founding member of the Gooch Gang who now works with children in care. The Gooch Gang is an organised crime group based in Moss Side and the surrounding neighbourhoods of south Manchester.
Manchester stays on the heels of Arsenal by getting a late goal to beat Crystal Palace. AP correspondent Dave Ferry reports.
Something (rather than nothing)
Zainab Imran is a poet, tutor, zine-maker and English Literature student of British Pakistani heritage based in Manchester, England. She writes on a multitude of racial and queer issues, with a particular focus on ethnic diaspora and the hidden stories of women in the colonial struggle. They currently run the poetry collective, 'Poets for Partition'. In 2022, she was awarded the Royal Society of Literature and Sky Arts Award for Poetry as an emerging writer of colour, through which she is now being mentored by Jay Bernard and is also currently working towards her first poetry pamphlet.This episode is a typical Iliad, poetry, Manchester, Industrial Revolution, Marx, History, What is Art?, Kirchner type of episode.Zainab Imran website: https://zainabthepoet.co.uk/Follow on Instagram @dark.academia.zainab and on Twitter @darkacademiazen
In the season 4 season finale, Arielle Castillo joins us to talk wellness, Man City and social media and how all three of those things connect. She is the social media guru for Manchester City's US accounts and is the owner of Half Time Yoga, she is here to explain why stretching and the ancient art of yoga is much needed to all fans of this game. Arielle also talks about what it is like working for City but in America and keeping the audiences in the 50 States excited about Manchester's blue team. We also make a plea for Liam Gallagher to do yoga in a City kit with Arielle and do this podcast -- wishful thinking!
More or Less: Behind the Stats
The smash hit TV show and video game ‘The Last of Us' has spawned lots of curiosity about how worried we should be about the relatively unknown world of fungi. A figure in a recent BBC online article stated that fungal infections kill around 1.7 million people a year, about three times as many as malaria. In this episode we look at the both the global fight against malaria and David Denning, Professor of Infectious Diseases and Global Health at the University of Manchester explains the risks posed by fungal infections globally.
We meet painter KATY MORAN to discuss More Me, the artist's first presentation in Australia to date, showcasing her signature style of painting that defies and dispels traditional genres of landscape, portraiture or still life, instead, existing as free, gestural explorations of colour and line. Moran's practice hovers in a productive space between figuration and abstraction. She paints over canvases found in flea markets and charity shops, blurring the found images beneath her layers of paint, evoking a deliberate sense of nostalgia and longing, as if unravelling a distant memory.Katy Moran's paintings reflect a responsive working process: shifting or rotating the canvas while painting, reworking textures, and reconsidering the shapes and figures that emerge. With this approach to painting along with the inclusion of collage, often partially obscured, her work conveys a deliberate tension between materiality and subject. Moran creates a dynamic push and pull between the addition and the removal of paint; some works exhibit thick application of paint, while in others the painterly gesture is removed with rags dipped in varnish or even by sanding. Via the oscillation between representation and abstraction, composition and narrative, texture and space, Moran engages thought and sense simultaneously.Follow @KatyMoran123 on Instagram and visit her gallery Modern Art: https://modernart.net/artists/katy-moranKaty Moran's new exhibition More Me is now open and runs until 1st April at Station, Melbourne, Australia.Visit https://stationgallery.comKaty Moran lives and works in Hertfordshire. She was born in Manchester in 1975 and completed an MA Fine Art in painting at the Royal College of Art, London in 2005. Moran's work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at Parasol Unit for Contemporary Art, London (2015); the Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin (2013); Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus (2010); Tate St. Ives (2009); and Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, UK (2008). Her work has been featured in group exhibitions at Tate St. Ives (2018); Aspen Art Museum (2015); Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (2013); SFMOMA (2012); and Tate Britain, London (2008). Her work is included in important public and private collections including Arts Council Collection, London; David Roberts Art Foundation; Government Art Collection, London; The Rachofsky Collection, Dallas; Royal College of Art, London; Tate; SFMOMA; and Walker Art Center; Yale Center for British Art, New Haven; and Zabludowicz Collection. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jazz pianist Julian Joseph and bassoonist Amy Harman join Cerys Matthews and Jeffrey Boakye in a journey that takes them from Manchester, via a baggy-pants classic pop hit, to a celebrated track from the most popular jazz album of all time. Drummer Romarna Campbell is also on-hand to provide a drummer's perspective on the percussive elements. Producer Jerome Weatherald Presented, with music direction, by Cerys Matthews and Jeffrey Boakye The five tracks in this week's playlist: Love Spreads by The Stone Roses He Was Despised and Rejected of Men by Handel U Can't Touch This by MC Hammer So What by Miles Davis Makhloogh by Googoosh Other music in this episode: Cocktail de Medianoche by the Kevin Fingier Collective Khnjooyki Yerk/ Hars Oo Pesa by String Harmonies My Country 'tis of Thee, sung by Marian Anderson Super Freak by Rick James I Wish I Knew by Doris We Gotta Get Out of This Place by The Animals Jaws theme by John Williams
In the 17th Century the English slaughtered one another, beheaded their king, fought bitterly over religion and politics, and acquired a taste for coffee and newspapers. Jonathan Healey, Associate Professor of Social History at the University of Oxford, tells Andrew Harrison how their world turned upside down shapes our own in his new book THE BLAZING WORLD: A New History of Revolutionary England. Includes Cromwell, cross-dressing, regicide, seditious libel, the New Model Army (not that one), the Levellers (not those), the ‘Blazing World' itself (perhaps the first science fiction novel) and the Roundhead-Cavalier rivalry explained in terms of Half Man Half Biscuit… • “During a ‘skimmington' you could break all the rules and slag off politicians… you could turn the world upside down.” • “Catholics would hold cross dressing weddings to mock Protestants.” • “Punk takes its name from the 17th century slang for prostitute.” • “The tale of Guy Fawkes has lost all its violence.” Thif podcaft hath been written and uttered by Mafter Andrew Harrifon. Miftress Kafia Tomafiewicz did finely produce it and My Lord Jacob Jarvif was ye Lead Producer. Miftress Jade Bailiy did edit ye sounds within and divers idolatrous musicks were supplied by Mafter Kenny Dickinfon of far Manchester. “Lucifer over Lancashire!” We warrant that YE BUNKER is withal a Podmafterf Production. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Coming Home Newcastle: for NUFC fans
The boys are back at it with another episode of CHN Radio for ya! Josh and Elijah review Newcastle's trip to the Ethiad, discuss some of the news around Newcastle, and preview this weekend's match against Wolves. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Salman Abedi, the Illegal Migration Bill, and Gary Lineker's new low… Tom Slater, Luke Gittos and Rakib Ehsan discuss. Read spiked: https://www.spiked-online.com/ Become a spiked supporter: https://www.spiked-online.com/supporters/ Sign up to spiked's newsletters: https://www.spiked-online.com/newsletters/ Check out spiked's shop: https://www.spiked-online.com/shop/ Related articles: Brendan O'Neill: The lesson of Manchester? Technocracy is no match for evil https://www.spiked-online.com/2023/03/07/the-lesson-of-manchester-technocracy-is-no-match-for-evil/ Tim Black: We need democratic control over our borders https://www.spiked-online.com/2023/03/08/we-need-democratic-control-over-our-borders/ Simon Evans: Give it a rest, Gary https://www.spiked-online.com/2023/03/08/give-it-a-rest-gary/
Welcome back benchwarmers to champions league recap and weekend prem predictions! Give us your thoughts on Tottenham bottling champions and PSG crashing out again! Let us know your thoughts and predictions on this weekend's prem action! Support the showFOLLOW Twitter - https://twitter.com/BenchWarmersFC1Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/BenchWarmersFC1Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BenchWarmersFC1TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/benchwarmersfc1Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/benchwarmersfc SUBSCRIBEYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/benchwarmersfctv JOIN Discord - https://discord.gg/Cv4KUC9Z8V EMAIL USEmail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Johnny Vaughan On Radio X Podcast
This week, we ask why Generation Z are so pathetic and what animal would be the worst mate for life. Plus, the Woodman has a good ol' girl pulling off some cunning stunts in his heroic little slot. Hear Johnny on Radio X every weekday at 4pm across the UK on digital radio, 104.9 FM in London, 97.7 FM in Manchester, on your mobile or via www.radiox.co.uk
As we approach our fourth anniversary, I'm excited to bring you the 4th special bonus edition of the podcast, where we're going into the archives and highlighting the best bits from the first 200 episodes. In today's episode I go back and meet the founders of Ecamm Live, StreamYard and BeLive and meet the head of marketing at Restream. We look at how they set up their live streaming tools.Please Subscribe! Don't miss an episode! You can subscribe on Apple podcasts here - or on other podcast players.The Confident Live Marketing ShowThe Confident Live Marketing Show is a weekly live video show and podcast. It's aimed at established entrepreneurs who want to level up their impact, authority and profits through the power of live video, webinars and podcasts. We'll focus on knocking down the 3 main barriers these entrepreneurs face when creating live content - camera confidence/mindset, tech/gear and content marketing.It's hosted by Ian Anderson Gray. He is the founder of the Confident Live Marketing Academy and is the host of the Confident Live Marketing Podcast. He helps entrepreneurs to level up their impact, authority and profits by using live video confidently. He's founder of Seriously Social - a blog focused on live video and social media tools. He's an international speaker, trainer, teacher and consultant. He has a passion for making the techno-babble of live video and social media marketing easy to understand. As well as being a geek, husband, and dad to two kids, Ian is also a professional singer and lives near Manchester in the UK.This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
The Insider Travel Report Podcast
Victoria Braddock, strategic partnerships and marketing director for Marketing Manchester, talks with James Shillinglaw of Insider Travel Report about her city's greatest attractions, including football (two top teams), music (including a brand new concert stadium), food (a wide variety of cuisine), architecture (as one of Britain's old industrial cities) and history. For more information, visit www.marketingmanchester.com or www.visitmanchester.com. If interested, the original video of this podcast can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.
Gavin Wood's Countdown Podcast
Born on 10 May 1946 in Manchester, Graham was given his first guitar at the age of 11 and started playing with local bands at 15. He received early encouragement to develop his musical talent from his mother Betty and father Hymie, who also contributed with suggested lyrics and song titles. Graham played with various Manchester bands before forming The Mockingbirds in 1965 (with Kevin Godley on drums), and when the record label Columbia rejected Graham's first single composition for the band, it turned out to be a blessing in disguise. The song, For Your Love, became a huge hit for The Yardbirds. Working by day in a men's outfitters shop and playing by night with his semi-professional band, Graham went on to write a string of hits, such as Pamela, Pamela for Wayne Fontana, For Your Love, Evil Hearted You and Heart Full of Soul (The Yardbirds), Bus Stop and Look Through Any Window (The Hollies), No Milk Today and Listen People (Herman's Hermits), and Tallyman for Jeff Beck. In 1972, along with Eric Stewart, Kevin Godley and Lol Creme, he formed 10cc and enjoyed a string of Top 10 hits, including three No 1s – Rubber Bullets, I'm Not In Love and Dreadlock Holiday – along with Donna (No 2), Art For Art's Sake and Good Morning Judge (both reaching No 5), The Things We Do For Love and I'm Mandy Fly Me (6), and The Wall Street Shuffle (10). It's the enduring popularity of these tracks, along with others such as Bridge To Your Heart from Graham's time in Wax with the late Andrew Gold and songs from film soundtracks including Animalympics, that led to the formation of Heart Full of Songs. Needless to say, the band also features tracks from Graham's acclaimed solo albums, And Another Thing, Love And Work, Play Nicely And Share and 2020's Modesty Forbids.
ParentingAces - The Junior Tennis and College Tennis Podcast
Welcome to Season 12 Episode 8 of the ParentingAces Podcast, a proud member of the Tennis Channel Podcast Network. This week we return to our recent discussions around UTR, WTN, and what that means for junior tennis and college recruiting with guest Chris Lewit. Chris Lewit is a former number one for Cornell and pro-circuit player. He is a high-performance coach, educator, and the author of two best-selling books: The Secrets of Spanish Tennis (2014) The Tennis Technique Bible Chris has coached numerous top 10 nationally-ranked players and is known for his expertise in building the foundations of young prodigies. Chris coaches in NYC and year-round at his high-performance tennis academy in Manchester, Vermont, where players can live and train the Spanish Way full-time or short-term. Chris has studied the various rating systems currently in use and has some very definite thoughts on how players, parents, and coaches should be using them. To listen to the podcast that led to this conversation, visit https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/utr-is-god-prodigy-maker-show-episode-68/id1456148452?i=1000588954030. If you'd like to learn more about Chris and his coaching opportunities, visit his website at https://www.chrislewit.com/. You can also email him at email@example.com or reach him by phone or WhatsApp at 914-462-2912. If you're so inclined, please share this – and all our episodes! – with your tennis community. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or via your favorite podcast app. If you haven't already, be sure to become a Member of ParentingAces by visiting https://parentingaces.com/membership-join. And check out our logo'd merch as well as our a la carte personal consultations in our online shop (Premium Members received FREE SHIPPING every day!). To support ParentingAces' work with a financial donation of any size via PayPal, click here. CREDITS Intro & Outro Music: Morgan Stone aka STØNE Audio & Video Editing: Lisa Stone Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
New Books in Middle Eastern Studies
Development, Architecture, and the Formation of Heritage in Late Twentieth-Century Iran (Manchester UP, 2020) analyses the use of the past and the production of heritage through architectural design in the developmental context of Iran, a country that has endured radical cultural and political shifts in the past five decades. Offering a trans-disciplinary approach toward complex relationship between architecture, development, and heritage, Mozaffari and Westbrook suggest that transformations in developmental contexts like Iran must be seen in relation to global political and historical exchanges, as well as the specificities of localities. The premise of the book is that development has been a globalizing project that originated in the West. Transposed into other contexts, this project instigates a renewed historical consciousness and imagination of the past. The authors explore the rise of this consciousness in architecture, examining the theoretical context to the debates, international exchanges made in architectural congresses in the 1970s, the use of housing as the vehicle for everyday heritage, and forms of symbolic public architecture that reflect monumental time. Bryan Toepfer, AIA, NCARB, CAPM is the Principal Architect for TOEPFER Architecture, PLLC, an Architecture firm specializing in Residential Architecture and Virtual Reality. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/middle-eastern-studies
Development, Architecture, and the Formation of Heritage in Late Twentieth-Century Iran (Manchester UP, 2020) analyses the use of the past and the production of heritage through architectural design in the developmental context of Iran, a country that has endured radical cultural and political shifts in the past five decades. Offering a trans-disciplinary approach toward complex relationship between architecture, development, and heritage, Mozaffari and Westbrook suggest that transformations in developmental contexts like Iran must be seen in relation to global political and historical exchanges, as well as the specificities of localities. The premise of the book is that development has been a globalizing project that originated in the West. Transposed into other contexts, this project instigates a renewed historical consciousness and imagination of the past. The authors explore the rise of this consciousness in architecture, examining the theoretical context to the debates, international exchanges made in architectural congresses in the 1970s, the use of housing as the vehicle for everyday heritage, and forms of symbolic public architecture that reflect monumental time. Bryan Toepfer, AIA, NCARB, CAPM is the Principal Architect for TOEPFER Architecture, PLLC, an Architecture firm specializing in Residential Architecture and Virtual Reality. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
That's A CrimeEpisode 48: Car Thief Caught Hiding In Giant Stuffed Teddy Bear (2022)Jason Connell and Sal Rodriguez break down the true crime story of the Car Thief Caught Hiding In Giant Stuffed Teddy Bear in 2022. In July 2022, 18-year-old, Joshua Dobson of Manchester, UK, was arrested for grand theft auto, driving on a suspended license, and leaving a gas station without paying. Authorities did manage to track Dobson to his home, but when they arrived Dobson was nowhere to be found. However, while searching his residence, police noticed that a giant stuffed teddy bear appeared to be breathing.Recorded: 02-23-23Studio: Just Curious Mediahttps://www.JustCuriousMedia.com/Listen: https://ThatsACrime.buzzsprout.com/Watch:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbw014MVA3wQM8INVVe0Obw/Follow:https://www.facebook.com/ThatsACrimePodcast/https://www.instagram.com/ThatsACrimePodcast/Hosts:https://www.instagram.com/MrJasonConnell/https://www.instagram.com/SalvadorLosAngeles/#justcuriousmedia #thatsacrime #mrjasonconnell #salvadorlosangeles #truecrime #misdemeanor #murder #mystery #suspense #thriller #horror #criminal #serialkiller #thief #suspect #victim #guilty #jail #prison #carthief #caughthidingingiantstuffedteddybear
This month for the album spotlight Danny takes us to the year 1987 for the brilliant debut album "It's Better To Travel" by the Manchester England band Swing Out Sister.Although Swing Out Sister are currently a duo, they began as a trio in the UK. The group was formed by Andy Connell (keyboards) and Martin Jackson (drums); they were later joined by Corinne Drewery (vocals). According to the group's website, "They christened themselves after an obscure Billie Burke "B"-musical from the '40s [a 1945 movie starring Arthur Treacher, called Swing Out, Sister] because it was the only name they could agree upon - they all agreed they hated it." Both Connell and Jackson had been playing in other bands prior to forming SOS, while Drewery was a fashion designer and model before she became the band's lead vocalist. 52nd Street's Diane Charlemagne was influential in the period just prior to the band signing to Phonogram Records. Connell and Jackson, outside of their usual roles as Manchester musicians in A Certain Ratio and Magazine, were producing Electro tracks for Morgan Khan's Streetwise label with a degree of underground success. This activity triggered interest from a few major labels including Phonogram/Mercury Records. Vocalised songs were asked for, so Connell, who knew Charlemagne through Factory Records, approached her to sing on the Phonogram demos. These demos helped secure Connell and Jackson's major label contract. This was the period in which 52nd Street moved from Factory Records to Virgin Records and as a result, Diane Charlemagne's Swing Out Sister involvement ended. Beginnings and debut album: It's Better to Travel (1985–1987)Together with their producer, Paul Staveley O'Duffy, they signed with Mercury Records. Before their first album, they released the single "Blue Mood" in the UK in November 1985. However, it did not chart.In late 1986, the single "Breakout" was released. It reached the number four position on the UK Singles Chart in November 1986, and number six on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States in November 1987. When they released their debut album, It's Better to Travel, on 11 May 1987, it reached number one on the UK Albums Chart. The album blended real horns, synths (arranged subtly, to sound like strings), drums, and xylophones, scored by producer/arranger Richard Niles. The follow-up single to "Breakout" was "Surrender", which featured a trumpet solo performed by John Thirkell. It rose to number seven on the UK charts in January 1987. The next single was the more serious and jazzy "Twilight World". This song was the subject of many remixes and was a dance club favourite worldwide. The final single, "Fooled By a Smile", returned to the upbeat pop orientation characteristic of "Breakout".The group were subsequently nominated for two Grammy Awards in 1988: Best New Artist and Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Group or Duo ("Breakout").In addition to long-time partner O'Duffy as well as Thirkell, Swing Out Sister have also enlisted the talents of saxophonist Gary Barnacle (who with Thirkell also comprise the Phantom Horns known for their work with Level 42); percussionist Luis Jardim; guitarist Tim Cansfield; trumpet/fluegelhorn master Jerry Hey; and songwriter-arranger Jimmy Webb.Complete Setlist- 3/7/23BreakoutTwilight WorldAfter HoursBlue MoodSurrenderFooled By A SmileCommunionIt's Not EnoughIt's Better To TravelRecorded live at the She Shack Studio on March 7th 2023.© Copyright Danny Diess
Pod On The Tyne - A show about Newcastle United
Taylor Payne takes you through another week, at least we think it was another week, in the life of NUFC with the cream of North East football writing talent and Chris Waugh. Manchester City followed the reds of Liverpool and Manchester by beating us 2-0, but never without a struggle; if only we could score a goal! Meanwhile, The Athletic's senior writer, George Caulkin, wonders what life would be like treading the boards and Jacob Whitehead is doing his best to shake off the unwanted jinx tag. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joey and Mulv back at it reviewing all things Manchester City. A look back at the superb result against Newcastle, with a look forward to Palace and beyond.
Series 2 episode 1 - "...I don't want to go..." From filmmaker Jason Wingard and set and recorded on location in a car in Manchester, 'Where To, Mate?' is a semi-improvised comedy following our drivers Bernie, Ben and Saj as we eavesdrop on their taxi journeys around the North West. Bernie picks up a couple on their way to the airport. Ben picks up a guy who doesn't want to go to a job interview. Featuring local voices and character actors/comedians from the North. Dialogue is improvised by the cast based on ideas by Jason Wingard and Carl Cooper. Ben ..... Peter Slater Bernie ..... Jo Enright Jo ..... Nina Gilligan Joe ..... Andy Salthouse Nige ..... Keith Carter Saj ..... Abdullah Afzal Controller ..... Jason Wingard Controller ..... Abdullah Afzal Additional voices and material by the cast and crew. Director: Jason Wingard Producer: Carl Cooper A BBC Studios Audio production for BBC Radio 4
The CE experience for this Podcast is powered by CMEfy - click here to reflect and earn credits: https://earnc.me/tS460J As founder and director of the first state-licensed and Medicare-certified ambulatory surgery center in New Hampshire, Dr. Paul Pender is a retired ophthalmologist with decades of medical and surgical experience. At the national level, Paul provided instruction for laser vision correction to professional ophthalmologists. On a personal level, he worked intimately with patients to recover and restore their vision in his Manchester, NH ophthalmic group practice. If you want to learn more about ophthalmology, there's no greater resource than Paul Pender. Paul's devotion to the study and refinement of eye surgery and ophthalmology is a passion and he believes in life-long learning. Despite retirement, Paul continues to moderate educational presentations for the American Academy of Ophthalmology. He also shares informational articles and other eye care resources in his blog and is currently developing literature to chronicle his experiences as an early pioneer of modern eye surgery and ophthalmology. Paul is available as an educational resource and keynote speaker. He looks forward to his continuing service in the field of medical eye care. Working on medical billing can be stressful for healthcare providers. It can distract you from your primary focus, which is your patients, and any billing errors you make can land you in hot water. Now no more. Introducing Growing Innovation Health Solution GI Health Solution is a comprehensive medical billing solution that allows you to shift the burden of collections off of your shoulders, so you can focus on patient care. Count on GI Health Solutions for handling your medical billing. They have the experience as well as the expertise to help you manage all your billing-related chores in a highly professional manner. Their expert team will handle all of your codings, claim follow-up, and billing issues to ensure you receive your payments on time. Streamline your medical billing and increase your practice revenue by up to 30%. So, reach out to Growing Innovation Health Solutions today to help your medical group improve profitability and eliminate administrative burdens. Visit their website: www.gihealthsolutions.net for a free consultation! Join the Conversation! We want to hear from you! Do you have additional thoughts about today's topic? Do you have your own Prescription for Success? Record a message on Speakpipe Unlock Bonus content and get the shows early on our Patreon Follow us or Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | Amazon | Spotify --- Show notes at https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/144 Report-out with comments or feedback at https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/report Music by Ryan Jones. Find Ryan on Instagram at _ryjones_, Contact Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org Production assistance by Clawson Solutions Group, find them on the web at csolgroup.com
Sounds of the Caribbean with Selecta Jerry
This weeks show starts off with music from Chronixx, Keith Hudson, Gregory Isaacs, The Mighty Diamonds , Manwel T, Robert Lee, Junior Brown, Tapper Zukie, Martin Campbell, The Enforcer, Enos Mcleoud, The Manchesters, Ruddy Thomas, Johnny & Jenny, Freddie McKay, Burning Spear, Dennis Alcapone, Derrick Morgan, and Toots & The Maytals. New music this week comes from Martei Korley, Dub Proof, Bitty McLean, Sistah Jahia, Indra, Lutan Fyah & Perfect Giddimani, Queen Omega, Jack Johnson and Lee Scratch Perry, Junior Roy, Kananaga, Rad Dixon, Mackeehan, Micah Shemaiah, Dubmatix, Alpha Steppa & Awa Fall, Mikey General and Rootikal Vibration, Bri Lyphe, Randy Valentine, and Earl 16 with Reggae Roast. Enjoy! Chronixx - Capture Land - Dread & Terrible - Chronixx Music Keith Hudson - Rasta Country - Rasta Communication Deluxe - Greensleeves Gregory Isaacs - Universal Tribulation - African Struggle - African Museum The Mighty Diamonds & Ruffcut - Better Days/Betta Dub - Better Days - Global Beats Manwel T - Livity Horns/Livity Dub - Manwel T Music Robert Lee - Melt Down - Tuff Scout Junior Brown - What A Disater w/Disaster Version - Pressure Sounds Tapper Zukie - Judge I Oh Lord - X Is Wrong - Kingston Sounds Martin Campbell - Jah Love - Rootsman: The Real Thing - Channel One Uk Martei Korley - Jah Jah Bless - KasaAmara Music The Enforcer - Pay Them - Well Charged - Pressure Sounds Enos Mcleoud - World In His Hands/World Of Dub - Amussu Music 7” Dub Proof - Cleo - Neptune - Green Stream The Manchesters - Natty Gone - Studio One: Black Man's Pride 2 - Soul Jazz Ruddy Thomas - Lick and Run - Can't Stop The Dread - Doctor Bird Johnny & Jenny - Zion Gate take 2 - Studio First: From The Vaults Vol. 2 - Studio One Freddie McKay - I'm A Freeman - Picture On The Wall - Studio One Burning Spear - He Prayed - Creation Rebel: The Original Classic Recordings From Studio One - Heartbeat Dennis Alcapone - Joe Fraiser Round 2 - Ironside Derrick Morgan - The Great Musical Battle - First Class Rock Steady - VP Records Val Bennett - The Russians Are Coming - Who Wants Some? - VP Records Toots & The Maytals - Funky Kingston - Funky Kingston - Island Records Bitty McLean & Sly & Robbie - Be Accepted - Forward - Taxi/Tabou 1 Sistah Jahia - Nyahbinghi - Nyahbinghi - Jahiwell Production Indra - Rising Up - Kingdom Call - Reality Shock Lutan Fyah & Perfect Giddimani - Mission Impossible - Giddimani Records Hitman & Fiza Meets Queen Omega & Vale - Dem Wicked/Stiff Neck Dub/Dem Horns - Tribe 84 Records 12” Jack Johnson - Traffic In The Sky (Lee Scratch Perry Dub Mix) - Brush Fire Records Junior Roy - High Grade - Ina Struggle Riddim - Irie Ites Records Sister Julie - Take It Easy - Heart Feel It - Heart Feel It Records Kananaga - Burning Fire - Nuh Rush Records Rad Dixon - Jah Never Sleep - Hard Times - Tasjay Productions Soul Vendors - Darker Shade Of Black - Downbeat The Ruler: Killer Instrumentals From Studio One - Heartbeat Mackeehan - First Try - Notes Of Passion - Frankie Music Micah Shemaiah - Neva Miss - Evidence Music Bitty McLean & Sly & Robbie - Where Is Your Love/Where Is Your Dub - Forward - Taxi/Tabou 1 Black Uhuru - General Penitentiary Dub - Taxi Trax - Tabou 1 I-Tek Paul - Sunshine Dub - In Dub Conference - Moodisc Records Dubmatix - Iron Lion - Dubmatix Music Sugar Minott Luciano, and Numa Crew - No Solution/No Solution Dub - More Life Records Bukkha feat. Dandelion - Time For The Rebel/Inna Rubadub Version - Lo Dubs Records High Tone Meets Improvisators Dub - Early Dub verse 1 - Highvisators: 100% Dub - Jarring Effects Alpha Steppa & Awa Fall - New Wadada - What A Joy - Steppers Records Mikey General & Radikal Vibration - Plug Into Jah - Evidence Music Protoje feat. Chronixx - Flames - A Matter Of Time - Indiggnation Collective Bri Lyphe - Fight Fyah - Bri Lyphe Music Yeza - Tek Chat - Yeza Music Randy Valentine & Little Lion Sound - Own A Plan - Sound Killer Riddim - Evidence Music Micah Shemaiah - Who's Playing That Music - Sound Killer Riddim - Evidence Music Earl 16 & Reggae Roast - Dance Hall It Haffi Gwan/Let's Live In Love Version - More Fire - Reggae Roast
In February 1960, the city of Manchester, New Hampshire, was rocked by the violent murder of teenager Sandra Valade. Three years later, another teenager, Pamela Mason, was killed in the same manner. A quiet housewife named Rena Paquette confided to police that she knew who murdered the two teens. Just days after coming forward, she was found dead under mysterious circumstances by her son, Danny Paquette. --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Jessica Forsayeth Creative direction – Milly Raso Production and music – Mike Migas Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn Sign up for Casefile Premium: Apple Premium Spotify Premium Patreon This episode's sponsors: DoorDash – Get free delivery plus 50% off your first order of up to $20 value with promo code ‘CASEFILEPOD' ZipRecruiter – Post your jobs for FREE Hello Fresh – Use code ‘CASEFILE65' for 65% off and FREE shipping *USA only* Babbel – Get up to 50% off your subscription In the Shadows – Listen to a new podcast from Casefile Presents (available exclusively on Wondery+) For all credits and sources, please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-237-rena-danny-paquette
R2Kast - People in Food and Farming
Sophie, from Manchester grew up with parents who farmed in a few places across the UK. Her mother and father started a good trimming business and after a go at the police Sophie decided to join her dad after her mum left the business! 10 years on and a strong father daughter team they are full time with various clients trimming hoofs all over the area! She has now joined the hood trimming content creation with her Instagram, thefemalehooftrimmer to document it all! You should check it out! Thanks for a great chat Sophie!
Kyiv denies Moscow's claim that saboteurs fired at civilians in a border village. Also: The head of Britain's domestic intelligence service apologises for MI5's failure to prevent a terrorist attack in Manchester in 2017, and the celebrated jazz saxophonist Wayne Shorter has died aged 89.