The holiday season reminds us to appreciate the people around us, so what better time to re-run our conversation on respect with Duncan McLachlan. Respect is both a noun and a verb. It is something we experience and a way we treat people (including ourselves). Entailing acknowledgement, appreciation, acceptance, and everything in between, respect is a basic human right. This week Duncan McLachlan joins from Paris to share how we can create and foster respect and makes a convincing case for adding respect as a core personal value, all fueled by his work in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. Episode notes and bio can be found at uncoverthehuman.wearesiamo.com
You will remember her—singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan was born in Halifax, studied music from the age of four, started winning singing awards not much later, and was offered her first major record deal at seventeen. Throughout the nineties, she won a boatload of Grammys and Junos for her work on the albums Solace, Fumbling Towards Ecstasy, and Surfacing, and she founded and headlined the all-female music festival Lilith Fair. In 2006, she starred in the SPCA's iconic commercial that broke all our hearts and raised millions, and soon after founded a music school for under-served children. Musician,actor and writer Kris Demeanor joins us for our first live show, in Calgary, where McLachlan proves a controversial figure, arousing every possible feeling, and making us “feel those feelings hard.” Some of us appreciate McLachlan more than others, but whether you're a fan or not, surrender sweetly to our conversation about Canada's mid-tempo ballad queen! If you enjoy Sweater Weather, consider supporting the show on Patreon. Patrons get early access to new episodes and other perks. And with your support, you'll help Sweater Weather last all year round! Prefer watching Sweater Weather as a video podcast? Visit our website to find links to the show on all major audio, video and social media platforms.
Gil McLachlan, JB's favourite food got taken away from him, you know you're getting old when..., Hamish Blake, Billy's Washer/Dryer dilemma, JB does Lou's handball, Rosie reviews Bullet Train, Billy's JokeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Shake, tremble, abase yourselves: Kyle McLachlan has returned (not the actor) to celebrate Alex Pereira's impressive, UFC title-winning performance at UFC 281. Bonus episodes, fight commentaries, and more on our Patreon for just $3 a month: https://www.patreon.com/heavyhands BUY A SHIRT. Or a mask. Or a... uh, bath mat? Visit our shop & buy Heavy Hands gear featuring the beautifully brutal artwork of Gian Galang: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/64577943?asc=u
Jeff Goldberg interviews Geoff McLachlan, founder of Professionals at Play. He has a sincere passion for bringing people together for a common goal. His masterful storytelling and ability to connect with an audience of all ages make him the perfect fit for any group or organization.Connect with Geoffhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/geoffprofessionalsatplayKnow more about Jeffhttps://jgsalespro.com/Connect with Jeff on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffgoldbergsalescoach/
Lecture summary: What explains the persistence of the idea of international law’s systematicity in view of its decentralised nature, constantly dependent upon the shifting consent of states and the vagaries of political will? To what extent can its systemic character endure and adapt as the tectonic plates of geo-politics shift? In this lecture, Campbell McLachlan critically re-examines the evidence for the impulse to integrate the disparate elements of international law into a coherent system: the impulse that underpins the principle of systemic integration. He does so in light of the practice of states and international tribunals, which has deepened over the last fifteen years since his research on the principle for the ILC Fragmentation Study Group in 2005. He tests the fruits of this internal analytical perspective against both an increasing scholarly critique and the external disintegrative pressures that the system currently faces––pressures that appear to challenge the very value of global cooperation under law that underpins the idea of systematicity. Campbell McLachlan KC is Professor of Law at Victoria University of Wellington and 2022–23 Arthur Goodhart Visiting Professor of Legal Science in the University of Cambridge. He is author of Foreign Relations Law (CUP 2014) and International Investment Arbitration: Substantive Principles (2nd edn, OUP 2017). His book The Principle of Systemic Integration in International Law will be published by OUP in 2023. Elected to the Institut de Droit International in 2015, he served as Rapporteur of its 18th Commission on ‘The equality of the parties before international investment tribunals’, whose resolution was adopted in 2019. He has been invited to give the General Course at The Hague Academy of International Law in 2024. He is an associate member of Essex Court Chambers and Bankside Chambers and currently serves as president of a number of international arbitral tribunals.
The winner of this year's Booker Prize for Literature was Sri Lankan writer, Shehan Karunatilaka - John McLachlan celebrates his mother, the poet Leland Bardwell - New albums by Aoife Neasa Frances, The Mary Wallopers, and Babyface.
The Curiosity Series is an Arts Council podcast commissioned as part of the Council's 70th anniversary celebrations hosted by writer, comedian and podcaster Maeve Higgins. In each episode, you'll hear artists involved in music, dance, poetry, literature, visual arts and theatre in conversation with Maeve as they get curious about each other's work, explore the integral role that creativity has played in their lives, and discuss the broader issues and themes that connect their art. In the penultimate episode of The Curiosity Series, Maeve Higgins speaks with writer Brian Leyden and composer John McLachlan about the writer Leland Bardwell (1922-2016) and the centenary celebrations of her birth taking place this year. John and Brian speak to Maeve about uncovering new manuscripts and organising Leland's incredible creative output in a new website dedicated to her work, as well as preparing for new and upcoming publications in 2022, including My Name Suspended in the Air: Leland Bardwell at 100 edited by Libby Hart (Lepus Print, 2022). Together they delve into Leland's work as a writer in the context of her fascinating and somewhat unconventional life, exploring themes of feminism and the role of the outsider in her writing. They also speak about their own respective relationships with Leland as a mother and a friend. An artist who was well and truly ahead of her time, this episode examines the personal and professional connections brought together in Leland's art. Production: Milestone Inventive and bigO Audio engineering: Scimitar Sound Title music: ‘Ag Oscailt' by Gareth Quinn Redmond Links to Leland Bardwell's work and centenary activities: Leland Bardwell website: lelandbardwell.ie A Single Rose Festival (11th-13th Nov): A celebration of Leland Bardwell in poetry, prose, art, music and film at The Model, Sligo: https://bit.ly/3Eld91B Lepus Print website: www.lepusprint.com Lepus Print Twitter: www.twitter.com/LepusPrint Music and poetry heard in this episode: John McLachlan, A fine example of how not to live: https://soundcloud.com/user-800191557/a-fine-example-of-how-not-to-live John McLachlan, Dog Ear: https://soundcloud.com/john-mclachlan-composer/dog-ear-excerpt Leland Bardwell, The Act of Poetry Is A Rebel Act: https://soundcloud.com/leland-bardwell/the-act-of-poetry-is-a-rebel-act
On today's show we discuss the arrest of Konnech CEO Eugene Yu, involvement of Konnech in Queensland Electoral Systems and censorship. GUEST OVERVIEW: South-African born Dee McLachlan is a film director, journalist and humanitarian. She has made eight feature films, probably most known for her movie exposing sex-trafficking called, The Jammed. She has worked and lived in many parts of the globe – (Africa, the Americas, the UK and now Australia). She founded GumshoeNews(.com) in 2013.
Marmalade Torp Boys Interview [Grand] Mum Fail Monday - Frankie's Bag Cosi - Pigeon Throw All-In - AFL Grand Final 2022 Monday Movie Mayhem Game Quick Bit - Peter Dutton “Anus Horribilis” Bec's Bits - Emrata Bath / Full Stops / Plane Intercom Cosi - Couch Cat Lehmo - Peter Malinauskas Breaking Tunes Game What Do You Still Have That's Your Ex's? + Calls Subscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcast/bec-cosi-and-lehmoSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Damian Barrett recaps the Brownlow, Billy on the news, AFL CEO Gil McLachlan, what attacked you unusual? Brownlow Medalist Patrick Cripps, Hump Day Quiz, Sam Pang, Billy's JokeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"In 2022 The professional staff and faculty of The Imperial College Business School, inspired by Empathy Museum's ‘A Mile in My Shoes'; “a roaming exhibit which holds a diverse collection of shoes and audio stories that explore our shared humanity,” commissioned Empathy Museum to record the stories of people who work at the college, This podcast series is a result of that collaboration. Each podcast follows the learning and development story of an individual member of staff; career paths often differ, no two journeys are the same, do what you love, follow your heart, forge your own path. In this episode we hear from Janaina Dos reis McLachlan, Digital Learning Technologist, who originally came to the UK in 2006 to learn English and since then has forged a brilliant and unexpected career at Imperial and hopes to manage her own team before long.
Catch up on all the footy news from AFL 360, Thursday 22nd of September with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. Gerard and Robbo are joined by AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan to discuss the devastating Hawks allegations. The duo also run through a deep Grand Final preview. For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Billy's footy news, massive controversy in the world of chess!, GWS Superstar Toby Greene, what has attacked you unusual? Brownlow Medallist Patrick Cripps, get around the Chemist Warehouse Half Price Sale, footy news, Rosie's social media feedback, AFL CEO Gil McLachlan, Billy's JokeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Corion director Garreth Montano explains in this interview how an idea to tap into the best ideas of four free-thinking asset managers is working out. The Prime Concentrated Equity Fund combines between four and eight stock picks by four money managers, with Corion adding a few balancing stocks of its own. Two years since launching, the highly focused fund is significantly outperforming its benchmark, leaving "Flock Stocks" in the dust. Montano spoke to Alec Hogg of BizNews. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Featuring tracks from Tycoos, Deadmau5, Max Freegrant & Slow Fish, Amir Hussain, Luttrell, Roman Messer, Adam Beyer & Bart Skils, Daniel Skyver, Chakra, Will Atkinson, Klaus Kaz, Kenen Teke, Sarah McLachlan and many more. Visit www.albatrancesessions.com for full tracklistings.
Greetings friends, Jordan here welcoming you to another very special, extended episode of Divulgence! In this episode, with the fringe of the fringe and author, Troy MacLachlan, we are joined again by researcher and podcaster Sean McCann for a three-way mind-melter! Throughout our discussion, we hammer on the greatness that is Stanley Kubrick (again), as well as the greatness of his films and the brilliance behind his methods, research, messages, goals, and his direction(s). On top of all our Kubrick talk, we also brush on and get into things such as the plagued, poisoned, and corrupted mechanism/concept/place that is Hollywood, Aleister Crowley, Ian Fleming & James Bond, geo-politics, the Pink Panther, the Royal Family, Scientology, Kirk Douglas and Brigitte Bardot (and the murder of Natalie Wood), Operation Mockingbird, skull and bones, the drug-dealing playbook of the elites, Rothschilds and Rockefellers, the Catholic church, Arthur C. Clarke, rich and powerful people doing awful things, blackmail and child abuse, symbolism, MK-Ultra, the Internet losing information, psychopaths dominating the world, Bush Sr., the CIA (& Playboy), Jimmy Saville, manipulations of the Western world, the Shining and child abuse, and Russia. We also get into some topics that greatly connect to episode #007 of Divulgence, so be sure to listen to that episode (before or after this episode, it being our most successful episode to date – see link below). Also, Troy shares more on his HongKongywood career in the movie/acting business and his experiences around Asia, the glory in being one that conflicts and battles with Hollywood, Ryan O'Neil going from Hollywood golden boy to Hollywood's worst father, the fentanyl problem and China's answer to the opium wars, and Sean shares on his crush on Channing Tatum (of Magic Mike, Magic Mike 2). ** ALL support is much appreciated, in any shape or form. PLEASE subscribe and ‘thumbs up/like' my content on any platforms where Divulgence is available. Please also 5-star rate me on Spotify, Apple and anywhere else audio podcasts are found! It is hard having certain platforms mess with your statistics and logistics when you are lesser known! Thank you all and please enjoy what I want to share with you! Rock on! ** Resources: DIVULGENCEBITCHUTE - https://www.bitchute.com/channel/8QsxZf1nxO0C/ODYSEE - https://odysee.com/@Divulgencepod:0YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCStiGMkq3vDyOU6AW6DyvMgRUMBLE - https://rumble.com/user/Divulgence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcoKK39jLpM&t=1130sTWITTER - @divulgencepodEPISODE #007 of Divulgence (please LIKE and SHARE!) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcoKK39jLpM&t=1130sPodcast available on YouTube, Spotify, Apple, Amazon Music, Stitcher, Pandora. PLEASE provide a 5-star review! For bookings or promotions, please message on Twitter.TROY MCLACHLAN http://saturndeathcult.comSEAN McCANNhttps://onegreatworknetwork.com/https://www.storefrontier.com/wakethedead
Fan favorite (?) Kyle McLachlan is back for a MARATHON episode, helping Connor and Phil wrap their heads around the weekend's two championship rematches: Usman vs Edwards 2 and Usyk vs Johsua 2. Coming soon to our Patreon, discussion of Landwehr-Onama, Jauregui-Lucindo, and the rest of an undercard that turned out far better than it had any right to be: https://www.patreon.com/heavyhands BUY A SHIRT. Or a mask. Or a... uh, bath mat? Visit our shop & buy Heavy Hands gear featuring the beautifully brutal artwork of Gian Galang: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/64577943?asc=u
Adaptability isn't just about surviving more punches, it is a key skill in being able to manage change effectively and thrive on both a personal and business level. CEO and founder of 3 companies Charles MacLaughlan discusses the Adaptability Quotient, and why it is both measurable and something we can see increase. One key concept within adaptability is being able to unlearn assumptions that have led to our default actions. Charles explains ways to measure both the internal and external environment in relation to adaptability, including factors such as mental health, and psychological safety within the workplace. He challenges the concept of resilience as sometimes being an excuse for business leaders expecting people to do more with less, and relates the "Big Resignation" to lost human connectivity in the workplace. This podcast will challenge current practices and inspire you to develop adaptability, both for yourself and for your teams. Watch the full episode on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPy-AEEIk2g Connect with Charles: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlesmclachlan/ Website: https://ceogrowth.biz/ceo-growth-academy/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/2ndhalfcareer Helping SME's build resilient, high performing teams and businesses, quickly, so they can innovate, deliver, and thrive. The SME's I work with typically struggle/suffer/ with one or more of these challenges: - no clear strategy - dysfunctional team dynamics - not knowing their vision or mission - feeling stuck and procrastinating - business not growing - leadership challenges If you want support in helping your organisation thrive, do get in contact with me: https://www.julianrobertsconsulting.com
Hello my friends, and welcome to a very specially-extended episode of Divulgence, I am your host, your friend, Jordan Vezeau. I am so excited to welcome back the fringe of the fringe, author, researcher, and former Hong Kong movie star, Troy D. MacLachlan! If he melted your mind last time he was here, we will be melting your face and jaw with this one! We talk, with some great details, about numerous topics surrounding Stanley Kubrick and his movies (especially ‘The Shining', ‘Lolita', and ‘Eyes Wide Shut'), including: Kubrick and music (and my new love for classical), Kubrick and alchemy, Scientology and Tom Cruise/Nicole Kidman/Vivian Kubrick, Doctor Sleep connections, Rita Hayworth's troubled past, dirty Kirk Douglas, the rape and murder/disappearance of Natalie Wood, Ryan O'Neal, and (other) greasy dirt bag evils that Kubrick has had to work with, and I share my very first Kubrick experience. We also get deep into my/our enjoyment of decoding his masterpieces, and the importance of inventorying and analyzing all the clues and archives of materials possible that we have been left with to use to decode and understand his works - We also go over the decoding of Kubrick's movies, and the many themes, both controversial and mind-opening, such as deep-state elites, technology and transhumanism, child abuse and sexual abuse, corruption in Hollywood, politics, and within the royal families/systems, mind-control/MK-Ultra/manipulation, and, plain and simple, death. We also discuss the importance of knowing your friends/teammates and sticking together in this battle of the futures, this was to awaken, and this struggle to understand and come together both as one combined and separately, together collected. Troy shares stories of his history working as an actor in Hong Kong, and we cover so much more great stuff, including gatekeepers, David McGowan, Charlie Manson, organized serial killers, the esoteric and the occult, Timothy Carey, Sydney Greenstreet, and other scene stealers, and much, much, much more in this extra-long episode of Divulgence! It is a wonderful mixture of movies, culture, warfare, and other esoteric and occultic topics that make for a wonderful discussion to be a part of, enjoy! ** ALL support is much appreciated, in any shape or form. PLEASE subscribe and ‘thumbs up/like' my content on any platforms where Divulgence is available. Please also 5-star rate me on Spotify, Apple and anywhere else audio podcasts are found! It is hard having certain platforms mess with your statistics and logistics when you are lesser known! Thank you all and please enjoy what I want to share with you! Rock on! **Resources: DIVULGENCE BITCHUTE - https://www.bitchute.com/channel/8QsxZf1nxO0C/ ODYSEE - https://odysee.com/@Divulgencepod:0YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCStiGMkq3vDyOU6AW6DyvMgRUMBLE - https://rumble.com/user/DivulgenceTWITTER - @divulgencepodPodcast available on YouTube, Spotify, Apple, Amazon Music, Stitcher, Pandora. PLEASE provide a 5 star review! For bookings or promotions, please message on Twitter. TROY MCLACHLANhttp://saturndeathcult.com
There were a few chuckles when Morgan McLachlan launched her first spirit brand, a vodka crafted from California clementines. Yet, while its novelty may have amused some in the beverage alcohol industry, the product represented a foundation for her now acclaimed distilling philosophy, which is focused on botanical-based spirits. The co-founder, chief product officer and master distiller of Los Angeles-based brand AMASS, Morgan describes the company as born out of “a desire for quotidian pleasures made better by plants.” Launched in 2018, AMASS produces a variety of spirits, including its flagship dry gin, and in recent years extended into hard seltzers as well as personal care and beauty products, such as liquid soap, hand sanitizer and candles. Earlier this year, McLachlan introduced De Soi, a line of sparkling ready-to-drink non-alcoholic apéritifs. Co-founded by global pop star Katy Perry, De Soi was designed as a brand for mindful, yet also refined, consumption. The line includes three expressions each made with botanicals like blackcurrant, birch and yuzu and functional ingredients, including reishi mushroom, ashwagandha and maca. In an interview featured in this episode, McLachlan spoke about her transition from a career in the film industry to the spirits business and how the former guided her focus on creative distilling methods. She also discussed how AMASS developed its distinctive branding and positioning, the company's decision to incorporate lifestyle products into its portfolio, how De Soi is an expression of a new phase in her life and the origins of her partnership with Katy Perry. Show notes: 0:42: Interview: Morgan McLachlan, Co-Founder/Master Distiller, AMASS and Co-Founder, De Soi – McLachlan and Taste Radio editor Ray Latif riffed on the latter's pronunciation skills before discussing an industry honor bestowed upon the entrepreneur, exploring Los Angeles' micro-climates and why she decided to distill citrus for her first spirit. She also discussed how she applied her experience growing up in an artistic family into distilling, how blurring beverage categories has impacted drinking culture, how she joined AMASS as a co-founder and helped establish its positioning as both luxury and accessible. Later, she discussed the expansion of the AMASS portfolio, the launch of and roadmap for the distillery's RTD cocktails, why De Soi was established as an independent brand, the formulation of products and how Katy Perry is involved in planning and operations for the upstart company. Brands in this episode: AMASS, De Soi
In this episode Steven speaks to Giselle McLachlan, who describes herself as a down-to-earth governance and business adviser on a mission to help 1000 kiwi businesses to flourish through great governance. She is founder of Grounded Governance, Chair of AbacusBio, Councillor of Te Kaunihera Medical Council and has previously chaired the Audit Committee for the Institute of Financial Advisors and the Medical Council. Giselle says that boards need to be future-focused, and as part of this, need to have good succession planning. Directors need to be constantly evaluating their own performance and refreshing their governance skills on an ongoing basis. She also talks about boards increasingly being places where directors can bring their whole selves, not just their director personas and offers directors a challenge - stop looking at the paucity of time and start to think about how much time we do have and where we should give it. Giselle is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Directors. Connect with Giselle on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/giselle-mclachlan/ Find out more about the Advanced Directors Course: https://www.iod.org.nz/governance-courses/advanced-directors-course-2/ Find out more about the Institute of Directors: https://www.iod.org.nz/
Margaret Wilson (1667-1685) & Margaret McLachlan (d.1685): Having set the stage, we now get to tell the story of the Wigtown Martyrs of Scotland! Margaret Wilson was a grandmother in her sixties, while Margaret McLachlan was just a girl of eighteen; yet because of their faith in Jesus Christ and dependence on His Word instead of religious and political authorities, these two brave women were arrested and executed for their faith. Their willingness to lay down their lives for Jesus made them radiant and inspiring witnesses...and most certainly women worth knowing! Trial and Triumph: Stories from Church History by Richard M. Hannula
Here is the front end of a wonderful chat with a truly lovely man. What is the Saturn Death Cult? How does Saturn play a role in the world around us, both in antiquity and currently. I think some of you may find there is more to this than you thought. Saturnian realities are all around us, let's look deeper. . . You may find Troy here: https://saturndeathcult.com You may find more content like this on my Patreon page where we do weekly live-streams with guests and open community chats, as well as some more artistic offerings in the form of meditations, active imagination work and a private mix-tape type segment once a month called Radio Alice: https://www.patreon.com/niish Everlong, Niish- I would like to thank the producers of this show: Marcey Shapiro. Noël Jeanette. Michael Watcher. Melanie Poe. Erik Peterson. Jason Lambson. Christy Tesmer. Lou Bee. Neil Macnaughton. Fiona. Michael Watts. Erik Peterson. JH Armstrong. Mark Boettcher. Kate Kukulkan. Yogi Chander. Laura Dunn. Babs the Bone Knitter. JJ, the Hostess of all things chat and modin'. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/niish/support
Margaret Wilson (1667-1685) & Margaret McLachlan (d.1685): We continue our look at women of the Reformation period with the story of the Wigtown Martyrs, two remarkable Scottish women of faith. BUT before we launch into their story, we felt it was important to explore the background of the Reformation in Scotland, so we can understand just what these women were up against! It's pretty fascinating stuff–you won't want to miss it! Trial and Triumph: Stories from Church History by Richard M. Hannula
Scotland International Rachel McLachlan joins Chris Paterson and Rachel Malcolm on this week's podcast as they look ahead to Italy this Saturday. Heriot's captain Ruairidh Leishman also joins us for a chat on the Super6 Sprint Series and ahead to their game against Boroughmuir Bears this weekend.
In this weeks episode Katie dives into the plot of, Midsommar with guest Kate McLachlan. Together they discuss; The Midsummer Festival in Estes Park , personal fears, what makes something scary, and why we love it. Remember to like, rate, review, and share with a friend! If you would like to support the podcast donate on Venmo @Katie-Bowman Instagram: @katiebowmancomic Twitter: @katiebowmansays Facebook Website: katiebowman.rocks
In which we return to some caricatures to talk about Canada's second Prime Minister: Alexander Mackenzie, who served from 1873-1878. Find the caricatures in order in the sources below! --- Contact: email@example.com, Twitter (@CanLitHistory) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CanLitHistory). --- Support: Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/historiacanadiana); Paypal (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/historiacanadiana); the recommended reading page (https://historiacanadiana.wordpress.com/books/) --- Further Reading: Bengough, John Wilson. A Caricature History of Canadian Politics, Toronto: Grip Print. and Pub. Co., 1886. - Pacific Scandal:https://archive.org/details/caricaturehistor01beng/page/160/mode/2up https://archive.org/details/caricaturehistor01beng/page/164/mode/2up - Elections:https://archive.org/details/caricaturehistor01beng/page/176/mode/2up https://archive.org/details/cihm_00128/page/n113/mode/2up - Railway & Economic troubleshttps://archive.org/details/cihm_00128/page/n149/mode/2up - The idea of A. Mackenzie:https://archive.org/details/caricaturehistor01beng/page/190/mode/2up Bowering, George. Egotists & Autocrats: The Prime Ministers of Canada, Penguin Books, 2004. Bumsted, J. M. “Mackenzie, Alexander.” The Oxford Companion to Canadian History, Oxford University Press, 2004. English, John. "liberalism." The Oxford Companion to Canadian History, Oxford University Press, 2004. McLachlan, Alexander. “Young Canada, or Jack's as Good as his Master.” Poems and Songs, Toronto: Hunter, Rose, 1874, pp. 119. https://rpo.library.utoronto.ca/content/young-canada-or-jacks-good-his-master
With Gillon McLachlan set to leave his post as AFL CEO at the end of the 2022 season, his predecessor Andrew Demetriou joined Kane to talk about his involvement in McLachlan's appointment, the toughest part of being the AFL's CEO, and what legacy McLachlan will leave.
AFL CEO Gil McLachlan to step down at the end of the season, 2026 Commonwealth Games in Regional Victoria, Peter Daicos, when did you cry unusual?, Andrew McDonald set to be named Australian Men's Cricket Team coach, Grant Hackett previews the Australian Swimming Championships, It's A Weird World, Damian Barrett on Gil McLachlan's resignation, Billy's Joke See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Wednesday morning, Garry and Tim used Gillon McLachlan's departure as CEO of the AFL to reassess the state of the game. Following that they chatted to Mitch Cleary who had the latest on McLachlan's replacement at the AFL, and Mike Sheahan called in to chat about McLachlan's tenure in the role.
Donnell McLachlan is a writer and theologian who is passionate about helping to create a more empathetic and inclusive society by writing for social change and advocating for intersectional and accessible theological education/research. His research centers on the study of black faith and life. In particular, he focuses on the black church, liberation theologies, womanist theology and biblical interpretation, theomusicology, and the spiritual & sociohistorical dimensions of hip-hop music & culture. Jo and Donnell chat about religious pluralism and decolonizing faith. They explore the idea of religion as a language and how that can help anyone who is going through a deconstruction process. In This Episode 2:47 - Religion as a language 7:58 - Letting go of colonized narratives that are engrained in Christianity 13:40 - Deconstruction for BIPOC and indigenous people 24:24 - Why deconstructing and decolonizing need to go hand in hand 47:33 - Returning to the original intention of a church Connect with Donnell TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@donnellwrites Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/donnellwrites Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/donnellwrites/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/donnellwrites
Tom Browne gave us the key takeouts from today's press conference where Gil McLachlan stood down as AFL CEO, including the new broadcast deal on Gil's agenda before he finishes up, what it potentially means for Tasmania and who the most likely replacements are. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this bonus episode, Michael Gleeson, Jake Niall and Peter Ryan discuss Gillon McLachlan's impending departure as CEO of the AFL. McLachlan announced on Tuesday that he would finish up at the end of the season, but has a very full agenda to tick off before he goes, including a club funding agreement that could cause some friction. We discuss his legacy at the league, particularly launching AFLW; his strengths and how they helped him lead the competition through COVID-19; and how his handling of Adam Goodes' situation highlighted his weaknesses. Plus, who might succeed him in the role and what the future might hold for McLachlan himself. Read about Gillon McLachlan's departure. Read about the contenders to replace him. Read about the reaction to the CEO's departure. Got a question about your club? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org for our hosts to answer. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook. And if you value independent, quality journalism, please subscribe to The Age today. Thanks for listening and don't forget to check out more great podcasts from The Age & SMH. Support the show: https://subscribe.theage.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Wednesday morning Garry and Tim's Ramble included Gil McLachlan's resignation, Tim's love of jazz music, the Commonwealth Games in regional Victoria and more. And with Gillon McLachlan leaving his post as AFL CEO, they decided to spend a lot of time dissecting and taking your calls the state of the game. Following their deep dive into the state of the game, they caught up with Channel 7 footy reporter Mitch Cleary who had the latest on the AFL's search for their next CEO, and after entering The Wonderful World of Wine with George Samios, they chatted to legendary footy journo Mike Sheahan about McLachlan's tenure as CEO. After spending the morning watching the show, Tim's granddaughters came into the studio and chatted about their plans for Easter, and the boys finished the show with 'Questions Without Notice'.
Geoffrey McLachlan is a Trep saving the world through the power of play. We discuss how he helps all kinds of people, from corporations with employee engagement needs to students in schools around the country. How exactly is Geoff saving the world? Tune in to find out.
Type 40 • A Doctor Who Podcast Episode 100: Dawn of the Doctor with Ian McLachlan Time for the 100th edition of our popular Doctor Who podcast! With hosts Sarah Graham, Simon Horton and Dan Hadley presenting this special show that ticks off one of our longest standing bucket-list topics at Type 40… Writer and Telefantasy expert, Ian McLachlan has spent decades following the wanderings of the Doctor, on our television screens. As well as publishing articles exploring the series history and interviewing its biggest legends on stage at conventions. Now he's answering the questions as our guest, in his own inimitable way on our celebratory show! Ian's one of the people in the world who's in the position to say he's seen everything; every single screened Doctor Who story on broadcast. His memories of growing up in the early 60's may chime with received wisdom and all those retrospective documentaries? But maybe they won't?? Find out when we speak about the very dawn of Doctor Who, with someone who was the target audience of the day. Taking in plenty wonderous other times and places since: to the present day with a man who's grown up with this very special TV show. Type 40 is a Doctor Who Podcast from The Spacebook for The Fandom Podcast Network. We know you'll find the conversation presented as our 100th episode as fascinating as we did. Stream or download here: Find Type 40 • A Doctor Who Podcast feed here at: • type40.podbean.com Listen to Type 40 on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Play, iHeart Radio, Tune In and the Podbean App. • Or as part of FPNet Master Feed @Fpnet.podbean.com If you would like to contact us directly you can: • Email: email@example.com • Twitter: @type40drwho • Instagram: @type40doctorwho • Facebook: Type 40 • A Doctor Who Fan Page • Join the Facebook group Type 40 • A Doctor Who Fan Group: http://bit.ly/type40_fbgroup • Dan Hadley on Twitter and Instagram @The_spacebook Subscribe to The Spacebook YouTube channel for extended and extra Type 40: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh8T5-mFYWblZo6lnakCSCw • Simon Horton on Facebook at Doctor Who: The Whonatics • Read Ian McLachlan's latest articles in the fanzine Whotopia http://www.whotopia.ca/blog/whotopia-issue-39 TeePublic Store: Help support the Fandom Podcast Network and wear some of their fantastic original designs and logos on t-shirts, mugs, hats and more from Tee Public Go to: https://www.teepublic.com/user/fandompodcastnetwork or just search Fandom Podcast Network to find our storefront. Please listen to our other awesome podcasts on the Fandom Podcast Network: Master Feed: https://fpnet.podbean.com/
Jennifer Evans, a professor of History at Carleton University in Ottawa and a member of the Royal Society of Canada, will be the featured speaker at the 23rd annual JB McLachlan Memorial Lecture today. The topic: How Germany's experience of confronting its violent past has lessons for Canada.
In recent years, encryption has become an essential tool for cybersecurity and data protection. It's also one of the most important aspects of any business today - especially when it comes to cloud databases. Encryption will protect your data from being stolen or intercepted by third parties and maintain your privacy by ensuring your information is only accessible by the intended recipient and not by anyone else. There are many different types of encryption methods, but they all use similar principles, which Jon will cover in-depth in this episode. Join the conversation with Jon McLachlan as he shares about encryption in cyber security and data protection to provide you with tools to protect your data in order to avoid potential threats like cybercrime or data breaches. Jon is the co-founder and CEO of Peacemakr and the host of The Security podcast of Silicon Valley, and he has been in technology, cyber, and startups for a very long time. Tune in! During this episode, you will learn about; [00:06] A bit about Jon's career background [01:41] Jon's earliest inclination in tech, software, and security [03:29] Going from traditional computer science programming to security [06:21] Jon's experience working with Apple as a young graduate [08:48] What is software product security and examples [09:04] Jon's transition from Apple to his startup company [13:07] Building encryption system for your data protection [16:17] End-to-end encryption keys management system [20:02] Peacemakr and what they do in the encryption space [22:15] Self-driving encryption data security system [23:24] Management of encryptions keys in your applications [26:17] The future of security and the kind of scales to develop today [29:17] Get involved and participate to build your passion [30:13] Jon's podcast, The Security podcast of Silicon Valley [31:49] How to reach out and connect with Jon Notable Quotes Encryption gives you the power to control who sees your data Building encryption into a product is building a system that controls the distribution and access to its keys. Exploring will help you do your passion justice. We all share something, but we arrive at our destination using different paths. If you want something, go for it, there's never going to be a right time. Connect with Jon McLachlan Website: https://peacemakr.io/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/peacemakr-io Twitter: https://twitter.com/peacemakr4
Geoff McLachlan has a sincere passion for bringing people together for a common goal. His masterful storytelling and ability to connect with an audience of all ages make him the perfect fit for any group or organization. This man's determination and ability to motivate, educate, and improve the climate of teams and classrooms has enlightened over 50,000 students, teachers, and professionals across North America.Professionals at Play provide engaging, high-energy keynotes, training, and coaching for companies to improve team communication, motivation, and overall productivity!Find Geoff at: https://professionalsatplay.com/Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or YouTube: https://podfollow.com/playfulhumans/Theme Music: Chasing the Sunshine by Pink Zebra - Licenced at Envato ElementsSupport the show (https://paypal.me/mikedmontague)
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