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Spooked!
Ep. 341 – Lachlan Murdoch

Spooked!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 70:59


The Spooky Busker and Dog Walker Today on Spooked! Cody juggles everything but his schemes, Damien just wants some organic blueberries, and Lachlan just wants a friend to get new debit cards with. It’s all about exploring your local farmer’s market, so get some fresh, local produce, pay too much for some weird spreads or dips, and get ready to get Spooked! Follow us: Twitter: @Spookedpodcast Instagram: @Spookedpodcast Email: Spookedpodcast@gmail.com Rate and Subscribe in a spooky way or something. Check out some merch: the-sonar-network.myspreadshop.ca Brought to you By: The Sonar Network

Science of Reading: The Podcast
S5-E10: Training the next generation of Science of Reading educators with Dr. Amy Murdoch

Science of Reading: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 42:36


Dr. Amy Murdoch is the assistant dean of Reading Science in the School of Education at Mount St. Joseph University. She received her doctorate in school psychology with an emphasis in early literacy from the University of Cincinnati. In this episode, she chats with Susan Lambert about creating prominent graduate and doctoral programs in the Science of Reading, and the responsibility of training the next generation of early literacy educators. She discusses how she has seen Science of Reading interest escalate, shares her hopes for the future of reading science in schools, and offers advice for those who are new to the Science of Reading and/or exploring an advanced degree rooted in reading science.Show notes: Beginning to Read by Marilyn AdamsMeaningful Differences in the Everyday Experience of Young American Children by Betty Hart and Todd R. RisleyProject Ready! An Early Language and Literacy Program to Close the Readiness Gap - Research articleMount St. Joseph University Reading Science ProgramCenter for Reading ScienceQuotes:"Don't do it alone, try to find community and find people you can, you know, your trusted colleagues that you can bounce ideas off of and grow your learning."—Dr. Amy Murdoch"Sometimes things are not completely clear and we need to collect more evidence in data and we do the best we can until we kind of refine a practice that we're trying to figure out, especially for children who really have significant struggles with reading."—Dr. Amy Murdoch"We're all working towards the same goal of helping all children enter the world of reading successfully and continue that path of reading successfully."—Dr. Amy Murdoch

Soho Bites Podcast
Soho Bites 34: It Happened in Soho (1948)

Soho Bites Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 46:07


After an extended break to allow our massive team to shift its attention to our most recent podcast series, https://www.kinoquickies.com/ (Kino Quickies), we return to Soho Bites with the 1948 murder mystery, https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0178645 (It Happened in Soho). It's safe to say, the film had a very small budget and doesn't have the highest of production values but it does boast a major star, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Murdoch (Richard “Stinker” Murdoch). At the time the film was made, Murdoch was a big BBC radio star, having starred, at this stage, in two huge radio comedy hits - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Band_Waggon (Band Waggon) with https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Askey (Arthur Askey) and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Much-Binding-in-the-Marsh (Much Binding in the Marsh) with https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenneth_Horne (Kenneth Horne). To talk about It Happened in Soho, we welcomed https://www.paulkerensa.com/ (Paul Kerensa) to the show.  Paul is a stand up comedian and, most importantly for our purposes, is the creator of the epic https://bbcentury.podbean.com/ (British Broadcasting Century) podcast - who better to talk to about a film starring one of early broadcasting's biggest names. At the time of writing, It Happened in Soho is available to watch on https://www.tptvencore.co.uk/Video/It-Happened-In-Soho?id=fecf033c-c9a6-417a-aef5-ca40c260a1ab (TPTV Encore)... ... and Band Waggon is on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUP8n9mmwa0 (YouTube). Watch Richard Murdoch, in later life, talking about https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nEJYkHtzns (Much Binding in the Marsh). To begin the show, https://www.amazon.co.uk/Books-Mark-Brisenden/s?rh=n%3A266239%2Cp_27%3AMark+Brisenden (Mark Brisenden) makes a return visit to Soho Bites talk about the London venue at which nearly all BBC radio comedies were recorded between 1946 and 1995 - https://www.bbc.com/historyofthebbc/buildings/paris-studios/ (The Paris Studios) on Lower Regent St. Mark worked on https://www.angelfire.com/pq/radiohaha/WE.html (Week Ending) and https://www.britishclassiccomedy.co.uk/still-going-strong-at-80 (The News Huddlines) and was the creator of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flywheel,_Shyster,_and_Flywheel_(1990_radio_series) (Flywheel, Shyster and Flywheel) - all of which were recorded at the Paris. During our conversation, Mark points out that the 1950 film, https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0043078/ (The 20 Questions Murder Mystery), was set at the Paris.  You can watch that film at https://archive.org/details/20-questions-murder-mystery-1950_202106 (Archive.org). https://dominicdelargy.wordpress.com/farewell-to-the-paris/ (The pictures) Mark brought from the last night of the Paris. Between March & May 2022,  we ran a series of screenings of 1930s quota quickie films at thehttps://www.kinodigital.co.uk/cinema-venues/kino-bermondsey/ ( Kino Cinema) in Bermondsey.  Each screening was followed by a Q&A with our resident quickie expert, Dr Lawrence Napper of Kings College London and a specially invited expert guest.  We will be returning to the Kino in the autumn for season 2 but, in the meantime, you can hear the Kino Quickies podcast athttps://kinoquickies.com/ ( KinoQuickies.com). You can also follow us onhttps://twitter.com/KinoQuickies ( Twitter) and https://www.facebook.com/KinoQuickies (Facebook). The originator of Soho Bites,https://twitter.com/jinganyoung ( Dr Jingan Young), has a new book coming out all about.... guess what? Films set in Soho!  Get your copy athttps://www.foyles.co.uk/witem/philosophy-psychology-social-sciences/soho-on-screen-cinematic-spaces-of,jingan-young-peter-bradshaw-9781800734777 ( Foyles). Thank you for listening. Follow us onhttps://my.captivate.fm/Twitter ( Twitter) Email us at sohobitespodcast@gmail.com Leave us ahttps://ratethispodcast.com/sohobites ( rating & review) Please make a teeny weenyhttps://ko-fi.com/sohobitespodcast ( donation)...

7am
What Murdoch asks from new prime ministers

7am

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 19:20


When you become prime minister, a lot changes – but there's only a few people who know exactly what that's like. One of them is Kevin Rudd, and according to the former prime minister, one of the most drastic changes is the way you're treated by News Corp. So what kind of conversations does a prime minister have with the Murdoch press? And what's at stake if you don't play the game required of you? Today, former prime minister Kevin Rudd on the way News Corp brings new governments to heel. Guest: Former prime minister of Australia, Kevin Rudd. Stay in touch with us on Twitter and Instagram

USDF Official Podcast
674: TRAINER AND JUDGE KATIE POAG, KAREN ISBERG FROM KPP, WENDY MURDOCH, AND A BEHIND-THE SCENES-SURPRISE

USDF Official Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 62:38


This week's show will feature dressage trainer and judge, Katie Poag. Then, Karen Isberg joins us to talk about a great product called Trouble Free. And, Wendy Murdoch visits the show to talk about SURE FOOT Equine Stability Program. Plus, we have a surprise behind-the-scenes treat for the TRVST Design Tip of the Week. Listen in… GUESTS AND LINKS DRESSAGE EPISODE 674: Link to Sound File for Sight Impaired:  Click Here Co-Hosts: Reese Koffler-Stanfield and Philip Parkes Guest: Katie Poag | Send Email | On Facebook Guest: Karen Isberg | Facebook | Instagram Guest: Wendy Murdoch | Sure Foot Equine | Murdoch Method Facebook | Sure Foot Equine Facebook HRN Merchandise!  Find a complete line of screen printed stuff….  and The embroidered merchandise at… Download the FREE Horse Radio Network app for iPhone and Android Follow Dressage Radio Show on  Facebook, and follow Horse Radio Network on Twitter Check out this other great show in the HRN family: Rein In Your Herd Please visit our sponsors, who make all this possible TRVST Design, Kentucky Performance Products, Sure Foot Equine

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network
Dressage 674: Trainer and Judge Katie Poag, Karen Isberg from KPP, Wendy Murdoch, and a Behind-the Scenes-Surprise

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 62:38


This week's show will feature dressage trainer and judge, Katie Poag. Then, Karen Isberg joins us to talk about a great product called Trouble Free. And, Wendy Murdoch visits the show to talk about SURE FOOT Equine Stability Program. Plus, we have a surprise behind-the-scenes treat for the TRVST Design Tip of the Week. Listen in...GUESTS AND LINKS DRESSAGE EPISODE 674:Co-Hosts: Reese Koffler-Stanfield and Philip ParkesGuest: Katie Poag | Send Email | On FacebookGuest: Karen Isberg | Facebook | InstagramGuest: Wendy Murdoch | Sure Foot Equine | Murdoch Method Facebook | Sure Foot Equine FacebookHRN Merchandise!  Find a complete line of screen printed stuff....  and The embroidered merchandise at...Download the FREE Horse Radio Network app for iPhone and AndroidFollow Dressage Radio Show on  Facebook, and follow Horse Radio Network on TwitterCheck out this other great show in the HRN family: Rein In Your HerdPlease visit our sponsors, who make all this possible TRVST Design, Kentucky Performance Products, Sure Foot EquineSupport the show

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Dressage Radio Show
674: Trainer and Judge Katie Poag, Karen Isberg from KPP, Wendy Murdoch, and a Behind-the Scenes-Surprise

Dressage Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 62:38


This week's show will feature dressage trainer and judge, Katie Poag. Then, Karen Isberg joins us to talk about a great product called Trouble Free. And, Wendy Murdoch visits the show to talk about SURE FOOT Equine Stability Program. Plus, we have a surprise behind-the-scenes treat for the TRVST Design Tip of the Week. Listen in...GUESTS AND LINKS DRESSAGE EPISODE 674:Co-Hosts: Reese Koffler-Stanfield and Philip ParkesGuest: Katie Poag | Send Email | On FacebookGuest: Karen Isberg | Facebook | InstagramGuest: Wendy Murdoch | Sure Foot Equine | Murdoch Method Facebook | Sure Foot Equine FacebookHRN Merchandise!  Find a complete line of screen printed stuff....  and The embroidered merchandise at...Download the FREE Horse Radio Network app for iPhone and AndroidFollow Dressage Radio Show on  Facebook, and follow Horse Radio Network on TwitterCheck out this other great show in the HRN family: Rein In Your HerdPlease visit our sponsors, who make all this possible TRVST Design, Kentucky Performance Products, Sure Foot EquineSupport the show

fitness iphone surprise judge horses trainers behind the scenes murdoch equine equestrian dressage hrn horse radio network isberg guests and links dressage episode free horse radio network co hosts reese koffler stanfield dressage test
Oxford Exxon Podcast
OEP Special Edition: Carey Murdoch of SoonerScoop.com joins

Oxford Exxon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 65:10


On this special edition of the Oxford Exxon Podcast, Carey Murdoch of SoonerScoop.com joins Neal McCready to discuss this weekend's College World Series national championship series between Ole Miss and Oklahoma. We also discuss OU's impending move to the SEC, Arch Manning's commitment to Texas, Lincoln Riley, Brent Venables and much more.

Talkhouse Podcast
Stuart Murdoch (Belle and Sebastian) with Ramesh Srivastava (Voxtrot)

Talkhouse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 54:25


On this week's Talkhouse Podcast we've got a pair of musicians who both suffer from the effects of LSD—that's lead singer disease—Stuart Murdoch and Ramesh Srivastava. Ramesh was and is now again the lead singer and chief creative force behind the Austin, Texas band Voxtrot, which burned bright but maybe too quick in the early 2000s. They released a series of rapturously received EPs and one LP that were beloved by fans of deeply British institutions like Sarah Records and The Smiths. But the band had split by 2010, and Ramesh went on to release a pair of solo albums that didn't quite have the impact his band did. For a while, he was content to leave Voxtrot in the past, but gathering material for two reissues gave him the spark to get thing going again. The next few months will see the release of both Early Music—which gathers the band's beloved EPs—and Cut from the Stone, which features rarities and B-sides. And then, like some unstoppable force of nature, Voxtrot will tour the U.S. again. Dates can be found at voxtrot.net. And in case you're not familiar, here's a great Voxtrot song called “The Start of Something.” Do you hear a bit of Belle and Sebastian in that song? They're a pretty clear influence on Voxtrot, and Srivastava met Stuart Murdoch while living in Glasgow in his younger days—you'll hear about their meet-cute in this conversation. Belle and Sebastian, of course, have had an incredible career over the past quarter century or so. They started life as a school project for Murdoch, a shy young man whose feelings spilled out into his gentle songs in a way that seemed then—and now—to be almost magical. Over the years, Belle and Sebastian developed from a sort of bedroom-pop project to a massive pop machine, while never losing that spirit of playfulness and sincerity that Murdoch has always projected. The band recently released their ninth studio album, called A Bit of Previous. The title is a bit tricky in that it seems to reference the good old days but also Murdoch's longtime interest in Buddhism, which he explored in greater depth during the pandemic. In this conversation, you'll actually hear a bit about how both Ramesh and Stuart approach spirituality, both Christianity and Buddhism. You'll hear how being a “gay brown person” pushed Ramesh away from religion for a long time. They talk about the aforementioned “lead singer disease,” and how that affects everyday life. And we get to hear about a young Stuart Murdoch making his way to the London flat of one of his musical heroes, but then deciding not to actually knock on his door. Enjoy. Thanks for listening to the Talkhouse Podcast, and thanks to Ramesh Srivastava and Stuart Murdoch for chatting. If you like what you heard, please follow Talkhouse on your favorite social channels and check out talkhouse.com for lots of great written pieces, too. This episode was produced by Myron Kaplan, and the Talkhouse theme is composed and performed by the Range. See you next time.

Wendys Whinnies
No. 145. Wendy Murdoch, talks about SURE FOOT

Wendys Whinnies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 62:51


Wendy Murdoch, creator of the SURE FOOT Equine Stability Program and SURE FOOT Equine Balance Pads shares her experience with the Feldenkrais Method and how the influenced her thinking in creating SURE FOOT.

City on a Hill Church Internatoinal
Eternal Investments | Online Church | Murdoch Van Straten

City on a Hill Church Internatoinal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 48:27


Hey family! We're so excited to watch our online celebration with you today, as Murdoch Van Straten shares the third installment of "Planted for Splendour". Enjoy this powerful and special encouragement today titled "Eternal Investments" - Here's the link to the video: https://www.facebook.com/CityonaHillChurchInternational/videos/778094326709189  Please remember to SUBSCRIBE! #OnlineChurch​​​​​​ #NCMI​​​​​​ #Family​​​​​​ #HolySpirit​​​​​​ #Empowered​​​​​​ #CityonaHill​​​​​​ #InternetChurch​​​​​​ #Sermon​​​​​​ #Preach​​​​​​ #decisions​​​​​​ #2021sermon​​​​​​ #onlinechurch​​​​​​ #churchonline​​​​​​ ​​​​​​ #Best_Seller  Subscribe to receive our latest messages: https://soundcloud.com/city-on-a-hill-church  To support this ministry and help us continue to reach people all around the world click here: https://coah.co.za/giving/​​​​ See what God can do through you.

La Wikly
📽 Un despido mete a Disney en crisis

La Wikly

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 39:11


20 de junio | Nueva YorkLeer esta newsletter te llevará 7 minutos y 34 segundos.📬 En esta entrega, presentamos una nueva entrega de El juego de Megan, el podcast sobre la industria de Hollywood que Emilio Doménech y Pablo Moloco presentan desde 2016. Si te gusta esta versión especial hollywoodiense de La Wikly, ¡háznoslo saber!Más abajo tienes titulares sobre las elecciones de Colombia y la nueva estrategia tiktoker de Meta Platforms.Si te gusta lo que lees y quieres mantenerte informado cada día con estos formatos fáciles e informativos, hazte Premium:Niuyork, Niuyork. Bienvenido a La Wikly.📽 Un despido sorpresaPor Emilio DoménechLo importante: Bob Chapek, consejero delegado de The Walt Disney Company, anunció hace un par de semanas el despido sorpresa de Peter Rice, quien hasta ese momento había encabezado la división de contenido televisivo de la compañía.Como presidente de Disney General Entertainment Content, Rice supervisaba la producción anual de cientos de proyectos para plataformas como Disney+, Hulu, Disney Channel, y las cadenas ABC y FX, entre otras.Explícamelo: el despido es un bombazo en Hollywood, donde son pocas las instancias en las que ejecutivos con la carrera y la reputación de Rice salen por la puerta sin motivo aparente.La versión oficial: que no encajaba con la cultura de Disney, una explicación que ha dado pie a una variedad muy amplia de teorías.La más extendida de ellas: que Chapek se estaba protegiendo de un ejecutivo que le podía relevar en el puesto tras una serie de decisiones del consejero delegado muy criticadas dentro y fuera de la compañía.Contexto: Rice era un ejecutivo con una trayectoria muy exitosa en Fox, donde durante años encabezó divisiones de cine y televisión de la casa de los Murdoch hasta presidir todo con 21st Century Fox.Junto a él estaba Dana Walden, la ejecutiva que le releva en el puesto en Disney. Ambos dieron el salto al estudio de Mickey cuando Disney compró Fox.Chapek es el consejero delegado de Disney desde primeros de 2020, cuando sustituyó a Bob Iger, el ejecutivo que logró casi dos décadas de éxitos que encumbraron a Disney como el estudio más poderoso de Hollywood.Bajo la dirección de Iger, Disney compró Pixar, Marvel, LucasFilm y Fox, marcas que ahora permiten que la compañía tenga franquicias populares y consolidadas, además de estudios de sobra para armar sus plataformas de streaming que le permiten competir con Netflix y cía.Chapek llegaba al puesto de Iger después de más de 20 años en la compañía, presidiendo durante un tiempo la división de parques temáticos y cruceros de Disney.Su designación como CEO de la compañía sorprendió porque ejecutivos como Tom Staggs (ex-director de operaciones) y Kevin Mayer (que supervisó el exitoso lanzamiento de Disney+) siempre sonaron como más favoritos antes de ser descartados.En el podcast, Emilio y Pablo analizan los vaivenes que se han vivido en Hollywood en los últimos días, dando contexto al universo de pasillos de Disney y desgranando la decisión de echar a uno de los ejecutivos más admirados de Tinsletown.¿Desea saber más? Desde 2016, Emilio y Pablo han repasado algunos de los mayores acontecimientos que se han vivido dentro de Disney. Este podcast de 2016 sobre la salida de Tom Staggs aporta mucho contexto histórico sobre los ejecutivos de la compañía. Y en este otro de 2019, analizan el probable triunfo que Disney tenía previsto apuntarse con el desembarco de Disney+.🇨🇴 Gana la izquierdaBy Anita PereyraLo importante: Gustavo Petro y Francia Márquez salieron vencedores en la segunda vuelta de las elecciones de Colombia que se celebraron este domingo, lo que supone la primera victoria de la izquierda en la tercera potencia económica de Latinoamérica.Petro y Márquez vencieron a Rodolfo Hernández y Marelen Castillo, que pasaron a la segunda vuelta como representantes del espectro conservador, aunque con un mensaje anticorrucpión que los desmarcaba del establishment oficialista que lleva gobernando Colombia desde hace generaciones.Explícamelo: el domingo votó el 58,09 por ciento del padrón, un aumento de más de tres puntos porcentuales con respecto de la participación registrada en primera vuelta. Petro y Márquez lograron más de 11,2 millones de votos contra los poco más de 10,5 de Hernández y Castillo.La fórmula de Pacto Histórico ganó en Bogotá, Bolívar, Atlántico y Valle, cuatro de los cinco departamentos que contienen los mayores núcleos poblacionales del país. “Hoy es día de fiesta para el pueblo. Que festeje la primera victoria popular. Que tantos sufrimientos se amortiguen en la alegría que hoy inunda el corazón de la Patria. Esta victoria es para Dios y para el Pueblo y su historia. Hoy es el día de las calles y las plazas”, publicó Petro en redes sociales tras conocer los resultados de la votación.¿Y ahora? La investidura presidencial de Petro será el próximo 7 de agosto, pero queda mucha tela que cortar hasta entonces. Te esperamos en el Twitch de Emilio esta noche a las 20:00 hora peninsular de España para analizar los resultados con Andrea Aldana—y también en la edición especial de La Wikly Electoral con sorpresa que saldrá este miércoles.Más información en Página 12.🎬 Una recomendaciónCon la colaboración de FilminPor Anita PereyraChicago Boys es un documental chileno de 2015 escrito y dirigido por Carola Fuentes y Rafael Valdeavellano. Lleva el nombre del término usado para referirse a un grupo de economistas chilenos que se formaron en la Universidad de Chicago durante la década del 70.La formación económica neoliberal que recibieron en Estados Unidos los condujo a desempeñarse como funcionarios en algunos de los regímenes autoritarios de Latinoamérica, particularmente el que se impuso en Chile tras el golpe de estado al entonces presidente Salvador Allende en 1973.Su trabajo también influyó después en otros países latinoamericanos como Perú y Colombia, donde la economía liberal dejó una imprenta que reverbera hasta hoy.El trabajo de Fuentes y Valdeavellano reconstruye la participación de este grupo de economistas en el diseño del plan económico que se aplicó durante la dictadura militar, con una particularidad brillante: está narrado desde la perspectiva de algunos de sus miembros.Sergio de Castro, ministro de Economía y Hacienda desde 1975 a 1982; y Arnold Haberger, economista estadounidense y profesor de la Universidad de Chicago, son algunos de los entrevistados durante el largometraje.En poco más de 80 minutos, Chicago Boys consigue ilustrar una década crucial para la historia chilena que alberga una crítica inflexible a la impunidad con la que el régimen dictatorial ignoró las necesidades y demandas del pueblo.Chicago Boys está disponible en Filmin.📱 Facebook quiere cambiosPor Marina EnrichLo importante: Facebook envió una nota a sus empleados este abril estableciendo su nueva prioridad: hacer que sus reels, los vídeos cortos de Facebook e Instagram que tanto parecido tienen con los tiktoks, funcionen.Su segunda prioridad: ofrecer las mejores recomendaciones de contenido, no necesariamente las que estén ligadas a las redes personales de familiares y amigos de sus usuarios, que es lo que sobre todo Facebook es desde su concepción.En conclusión, Facebook quiere convertirse en TikTok. Ya lo hemos visto en Instagram con su prioridad por los vídeos cortos en detrimento de las fotos, pero ahora Facebook también quiere sumarse al carro para hacer frente a una base de usuarios cada vez mayor en edad.¿Y qué quiere ser TikTok? La plataforma de ByteDance se define como una plataforma de entretenimiento. Dicen que, a diferencia de Facebook, ellos no son una plataforma social. Y tiene sentido. Cada vez, las plataformas en internet van más sobre el contenido y menos sobre lo social.El otro día, un amigo de mis padres me decía que él no quería tener redes sociales porque quería enterarse de lo que hacían sus amigos cuando quedara con ellos y no a través de una pantalla. Yo le dije que tenía una visión errónea sobre las redes sociales, ya que la mayor parte del contenido que consumimos no es de nuestros familiares y amigos.Entre las generaciones más jóvenes, las redes sociales son las que están reemplazando a la televisión, ya que cada vez abarcan un abanico de contenido más amplio.Ya no es una cuestión de ver qué hicieron ayer tus amigos, sino de entretenerse con vídeos de géneros que van desde los memes hasta la cocina y la salud mental, pasando por la información.De hecho, un 39 por ciento de los jóvenes entre 18 y 24 años se informan de la actualidad a través de las redes sociales.En este sentido, se entiende perfectamente que aplicaciones como BeReal de la que te hablé la semana pasada funcionen entre la gente joven. Los usuarios se ponen rápido al día sobre qué están haciendo sus amigos para después volver al resto de apps que les ofrecen entretenimiento.Y las elecciones de los más jóvenes son relevantes: suelen ser los primeros en detectar tendencias (y en encabezar nuevas). Quizá BeReal sea pasajero, pero sin duda serán ellos los que decidan si el cambio de rumbo de Facebook hace mella.Y tú, ¿cómo ves el futuro de estas guerras de apps que compiten por tu atención?En otro orden de cosas, hoy vuelve Lunes por el mundo con los resultados electorales de Colombia. Para ello, contaremos con la participación de la periodista Andrea Aldana, periodista y columnista en el diario colombiano El Espectador que nos ofrecerá todas las claves sobre la victoria de Gustavo Petro.Podrás seguir el directo a partir de las 20:00 hora peninsular de España en Twitch.Feliz semana, This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.lawikly.com/subscribe

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Brillante filósofa, brillante escritora y, en resumen, una mente brillante. Vamos de genio en genio en La Milana, y le ha llegado el turno a la irlandesa Iris Murdoch. Considerada una de las personas más inteligentes de Inglaterra, Murdoch escribió más de 20 obras, entre ficción y ensayo, en los que compaginó brillantemente los dos ámbitos que mejor la definen: filosofía y ficción. Hablamos con la editora de Impedimenta, Pilar Adón, sobre una autora eterna.

Rights, Rorts and Rants
The 2022 election media coverage.

Rights, Rorts and Rants

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 34:06


Journalists Matt Peacock and Nick Franklin discuss the media campaigns of the major parties in the run up to the 2022 election, and in broader terms, the future of the Murdoch press. This episode was first broadcast on Radio Blue Mountains 89.1FM on 29/4/2022. Rights, Rorts and Rants is broadcast from 4pm to 6pm on 89.1FM or can be live streamed from rbm.org.au. If you'd like to add to the discussion, you can leave an audio comment about our show, which may be added to one of our podcasts..Apply to be a guest on our show. Join BMUC. Join a union - 1300 486 466 or join online. Disclaimer: We seek a range of perspectives but that means that views expressed in these podcasts are not necessarily endorsed by the Blue Mountains Unions Council Inc. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rightsrortsandrants/message

Adventures in Theater History: Philadelphia
Life & Death in the Theater: More 19th Century Stories

Adventures in Theater History: Philadelphia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 61:12


As an addendum to Season One, here are six more stories of 19th C. Philadelphia theater. We discuss Alexander Reinagle, Joseph Jefferson III, James Murdoch, Matilda Heron, John McCullough - as well as two stagehands at the Walnut Street Theater you likely never heard of before, but may never forget!To see images and more information about today's subjects, see the blog post on our podcast's web page: https://www.aithpodcast.com/blog/back-to-the-19th-century/If you enjoyed the show, PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW! You can do it easily, right here:https://www.aithpodcast.com/reviews/If you have any questions, inquiries or additional comments, you can write us at our email address: AITHpodcast.comOr, follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/schmeterpitzFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/AITHpodcastTo become a Patreon Patron of the podcast: https://www.patreon.com/AITHpodcastFor the music and recordings featured in today's episode (all found easily on YouTube)Alexander Reinagle"Six Scots Tunes" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meY6-Hkolxc "Baroque Americain" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyu811rSB5U"Philadelphia Sonata #1" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImEhQvsukJM"Federal March" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3I067IuWA8"Philadelphia Sonata #2" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3I067IuWA8"I Have a Silent Sorrow Here" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngVW6rKaWCcJoseph Jefferson"Jefferson and Liberty" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAOurpDRyPw&list=PLfw18z0BT49LCohEMD3kBcYcMm7LZgUN8"Jump Jim Crow" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8wg1vGucbs"Rip Van Winkle" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pwiBdrOtGmAJames E. Murdoch"Philadelphia Fireman's Cotillion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aw_JDlvXwc"Sospiri del Mio Cor" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1TbAwZv1R8&list=PLfw18z0BT49LCohEMD3kBcYcMm7LZgUN8&index=15Matilda Heron"Traditional Irish Music" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdxGhKbdjxUChopin, Sonata #3 - Op.58, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cy3dmqrn3c&list=PLsiUDYPNEqx2yytIAxpTOrxWtKfByxg2zJohn McCulloughTchaikovsky, Music for Hamlet https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2le05k-6ls"The Ravings of John McCullough https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoCNprlhvmoSaint-Saëns, Danse Macabre https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhSupport the show

Beyond Zero - Community
MEDIA downplaying climate action

Beyond Zero - Community

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022


CLIMATE ACTION SHOW 13TH JUNE 2022 RADIOTHON - https://www.givenow.com.au/cause442THE MEDIA How did they bury climate action when most voters had it as their top concern?Produced by Vivien Langford Guests: John Grimes in Canberra -  CEO of the Smart Energy CouncilDominic Geiger in Brisbane  - Media Co Ordinator for Lock the Gate Alliance Fahimah Badrulhisham in Sydney - Wentworth Campaigner for Australian Religious Response to Climate Change SUMMARYWhy did the media bury the subject of climate action when so many voters had this as their top priority?https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-05-10/climate-change-election-policies-scientists-give-verdicts/101020002 John Grimes was appalled that   parts of the media are now indulging the Nuclear Energy Solution while he predicts the ALP will surpass their own modelling of having 83% of our domestic energy from renewables by 2030. This interview is irresistably upbeat but we would like to know your response : climateaction3CR@gmail.comKetan Joshi found that while Legacy media de-prioritised Climate and the Environment, it was far and away the most discussed issed on Social Media. The 2022 Election result should not have been such a surprise to baby boomershttps://reneweconomy.com.au/the-political-and-media-establishment-ignored-climate-but-voters-didnt/ Dominic Geiger previously a journalist with the Dalby Herald in  QLD, tells us to go on Google Earth to see what damage the Fossil Gas Industry has done to beautiful farmland. The mainstreeam media might not be telling us about it but  he is not so worried by the Murdoch media monopoly in Qld,  because he says young people are all connected to social media and news on the Internet. However at Lock the Gates he is ardent to get us to realise that all the so called "gas basins.".. Seurat, Beetaloo and Bowen Basin are actually place where people live and where  there is an ecosystem to protect in this driest continent on earth. Journalists who blow in and refer to them as basins are doing the work or the gas and petroleium industry and a dis service to the heroic work of conservation by local people.https://www.lockthegate.org.au/energy_crisis_architect_santos_at_it_again_with_qld_coal_seam_gas_expansion Fahimah Badrulhisham  from ARRCC is enlivened by what can be achieved under the radar by social media. She realised that opiniion pieces in the Legacy media are only the opinion of one person. Social media allows the perspective of black and brown people, people in coal affected communities and people worried about the right being trampled on.  They communicate laterally and give each other heart. She participated in many actions in the Wentworth Electorate where a TEAL candidate, Allegra Spender,defeated the Liberal Party incumbent. The  community communication  at Forums and in social media  was way below the Legacy Media commentary and  was vindicated in her opinion by the change in government.https://www.arrcc.org.au/fahimahhttps://twitter.com/arrcc1/status/1527946349597310976   

Duct Tape & Paperclips
308. The Widowmaker

Duct Tape & Paperclips

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 30:42


Good news! MacGyver's BEST FRIEND (if you don't count Jack Dalton and at least 10 other people he has called his “best friend” in this show so far), is BACK! Bad news! She's played by a completely different actor AND she dies in the first 5 minutes! (Wah, wah.) This week, Annie and Nathan talk about the return of Murdoch, which brings with it: Freddy Krueger vibes, switchblades, flamethrowers, land mines, outdoor survival skills, home invasion, landlines, answering machines and Polaroids. Not to mention a kindly old man who owns a general store, ayut! It's Season 3, episode 8 of MacGyver: The Widowmaker! Check it out below! Duct Tape & Paperclips is the weekly podcast where we watch every episode of the original MacGyver (1985-1992) for the first time since our childhoods to see if it still holds up. New episodes every Monday, wherever you get podcasts!

Pacey Performance Podcast
#Bitesize - Speed and its place in the return to play process with Alan Murdoch

Pacey Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 13:57


Alan featured on episode #351 of the Pacey Performance Podcast. This #bitesize episode takes a great clip from that episode where he discussed - Where speed sits in the return to play process Why putting it at the top of the pyramid helps the return to play process What this looks like in action Check out the full episode with Alan here - https://www.sportsmith.co/listen/why-speed-should-be-at-the-top-of-the-decision-making-tree-in-a-performance-based-approach-to-rehabilitation/ This episode is supported by RockDaisy, the only FREE AMS on the market. AMS Lite features reporting capabilities, questionnaires and forms, alerts and communication, data sharing, data visualisation and calendar views.

It Was A Dark and Stormy Book Club
Maureen Jennings - Murdoch Mysteries

It Was A Dark and Stormy Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 26:27


Maureen Jennings, now a Canadian citizen, was born in the UK and emigrated to Canada as a teenager. After a long career as a psychotherapist, she is now writing full time and has published one novella, thirteen novels of crime fiction and one book of non-fiction relating to creativity, as well as four professionally produced plays.She was awarded a Certificate of Commendation from Heritage Toronto in 1998; the Grant Allen award for on-going contribution to the genre in 2011, and has received a total of Eight nominations from Crime Writers of Canada, for best novel and short story of the year. Her books have been translated into other languages, including Polish; Korean; French; German, Italian and Czech and are also published in the UK by Titan Books.Except The Dying 25th Anniversary Her first series was set in Victorian Toronto and has been adapted for television first as three movies of the week, and now The Murdoch Mysteries tv series which is shown in over 120 territories world wide, and is now in production for its 16th th season for CBC television. Since 2011, she has written, and co-written, 11 scripts for the series including the adaption of “Shipwreck”, the novella which deals with the origins of Murdoch's interest in detection.2016, the 4th book in a series of novels, Dead Ground In Between, set in England during WW2 and Featuring DCI Tom Tyler, was published. The first book, Season of Darkness, was released August 2011. The second book, Beware This Boy, was published November 2012. The third No Known Grave, was nominated for the Arthur Ellis award for Best Crime novels.The second book in the Tyler series, Beware this Boy, served as the inspiration for the concept that she developed with a partner for the television series, Bomb Girls. Broadcast on Global TV in Canada, Bomb Girls was nominated for the Canadian Screen awards for Best Drama in its first two seasons as well as Best Movie of the week for its third and final season, and won in that category. Bomb Girls also won the Gracie Award in the US for its first season. All of the Tyler series is now under option for television with Pelee Entertainment in Canada and Apollo Media in London UK.EntertainmentIn November 2017, the 8th novel in the Murdoch series, Let Darkness Bury the Dead, which is set during the Canadian WW 1 home front 1917, 22 years after we last saw Murdoch in novel form, was published by McClelland & Stewart to great critical acclaim.Maureen Jennings' Heat Wave Maureen is currently working on her new series set in 1936 Toronto where we meet PI Charlotte Frayne, who is presented with her first case entitled “The Paradise Café, book one, Heat Wave” followed by November Rain, and Cold Snap, the third book in the series will be published in September 2022.The Charlotte series is published by Cormorant Books in Canada and Historia (Level Best Books) in the USA.Maureen lives in Toronto with her husband, photographer Iden Ford, and her Dog, Murdoch.

Not Invisible: Native Womxn on the Frontlines

On this episode we speak with Ojibwe Artist, Singer, Storyteller and Activist Isaac Murdoch. We discuss his long history of advocacy work, his focus on revitalizing and sharing his Ojibway language, his time at Standing Rock and the stark contrast between the advocacy work of his youth and the activism of today's young people, and what it means for our communities.Follow Isaac' on Instagram at @isaac_murdoch1 and be sure to check out his website at isaacmurdoch.comThis episode of Not Invisible: Native Peoples on the Frontlines was produced by Viktor Maco, Spirit Buffalo and J.B. Hart. Edited by Abbey Franz. Research by Sarah Rose Harper. Hosted by LeAndra Nephin.This season of Not Invisible: Native Peoples on the Frontlines is produced with support from Earth Rising Foundation, our Patreon producers, Reena Krishnan and Kathy Duerr.Additional support from our patrons at Patreon and Buy Me a Coffee.Would you like to be a guest on Not Invisible: Native Peoples on the Frontlines, or know someone who would, drop us an email at redhousetvseries@gmail.com.Like this episode? Then please be sure to leave us a 5 star review on Apple podcasts so others can enjoy it too!THEY'RE NOT SHADOWSSpooky stories of the paranormal, the supernatural and the unexplained with no...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Wendys Whinnies
No. 140. Wendy Murdoch and Leslie Abel, Distribution Manager for Murdoch Method, LLC

Wendys Whinnies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 56:31


Wendy introduces Leslie Abel and they talk about using SURE FOOT Equine Balance Pads.

Business News - WA
At Close of Business: Jordan Murray talks new leadership at Murdoch

Business News - WA

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 13:48


Journalist Jordan Murray delves into how Andrew Deeks came to take the job of vice chancellor at Murdoch University.

The Final Word Cricket Podcast
Story Time 91 – The great Billy Murdoch fraud

The Final Word Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 71:40


It's Story Time, our weekly walk through cricket history via your listener quiz challenges. This week, a giant fraud perpetrated upon an unsuspecting public. A club with claims to be the Dera Ismail Khan of New Zealand. A time when the gods of the Caribbean roamed around Melbourne grade cricket. And a competition for the worst matches of all time, featuring Final Word fave Pankaj Dharmani. Your Nerd Pledge numbers this week: 3.82 - Thomas Havell 7.80 - Andrew West 2.15 - TDLF 5.31 - Jim Carnegie & Richard Jansz-Moore 13.33 - Anna Collins 2.11 - Big Geoff 7.46 - Matt Gaynor 6.79 - Alex Crampton Send us a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalword Find other episodes at finalwordcricket.com 20% off primo WoodstockCricket.co.uk bats with the code TFW20 The Final Word is part of the Bad Producer Podcast Network Title track by Urthboy Support the show: https://patreon.com/thefinalword See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wendys Whinnies
No. 139. Shari Goodwin, Laura Plunkett and Wendy Murdoch - putting information into practice.

Wendys Whinnies

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022


Laura has been working intuitively with people and their animals for over 20 years. She is constantly amazed by the ability and eagerness of animals to have conversations and give specific details about their health, relationships, emotions, histories, desires and life purposes. Animal communication can be learned by anyone and Laura's passion is to help people develop their own skills as well as to do individual animal sessions. Laura's lifelong love of horses has led her to barns across the country combining intuitive communication with relationship building for horse and rider. Shari Goodwin is an innovative business strategist, leadership coach, author, speaker, and horsewoman with over 25 years of experience, including starting four businesses and serving as Director of Program Strategy for a global engineering firm. One of the start-ups, an IT staffing and consulting firm, generated $2.1 million in its first year. As a former environmental scientist, she led the creation of winning proposals valued to $65 million and directed the development of science and engineering analyses for federal court litigation, including the US Supreme Court. She owns Jaeger2, specializes in reinvention, and helps leaders and teams position for optimum impact and quality of life. Author of two inspirational Amazon best-sellers, Take the Reins! 7 Secrets to Inspired Leadership, and Reinventing Greatness: Leading Yourself & Others Through Change with Confidence & Trust, Shari holds a Master's degree in biology, undergraduate degrees in Zoology and English, and is certified in executive coaching and equine-assisted learning. Her equine-assisted leadership programs have served hundreds including the Federal Executive Institute, the World Bank, and many leadership teams. Shari was a founding member of the Board for George Mason University's Women in Business Initiative, is the 2020 Board Chair of the Women's Business Council for the Fauquier Chamber of Commerce

Episode 89: PM Albo and the gang of four, Liberal Leader Dutton, Murdoch media fails and democracy sausages

"The Week on Wednesday" with Van Badham & Ben Davison

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 66:57


Van Badham and Ben Davison examine the first few days of the Albanese Labor government as Albo and his gang of four are sworn in to start the transition after a decade of Liberal-National rule and so Albo can attend the regional security pact meeting known as "The Quad". Van and Ben look at Labor's policy priorities between now and the end of the year, the make up of the parliament, the failure of the Liberal Party to hold any of the inner city Liberal "seat by rights" and what we will be looking for in the coming week as a full Ministry is sworn in next Wednesday. The Liberal Party have wasted no time and are already back to ignoring the will of the people by giving Peter Dutton a coronation as new Liberal Leader.  Van and Ben discuss the how, why and what of the "not a monster", potato, pacific island disrespecting, searching Victorians on the street, not "very smart", "Extremist" who once handed out defence contracts to companies that didn't have any staff and is now the leader of the party founded by Menzies. For the first time the Murdoch's backed a loser and we look at what the changing shape of media means in Australia. Plus good news about democracy sausages and solar panels! As always we give a shout out to our cadre and extend the reach supporters who you can join at www.buymeacoffee.com/weekonwednesday 

The Rush Limbaugh Show
Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show H1 – May 20 2022

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 36:58


The left ramps up its attacks on Elon Musk: After 24 Hours in the GOP, Musk faces sex smear. Clay and Buck remind that Musk predicted they would go after him. Clay says, "Elon Musk has gone from a hero of the left to someone that they are trying to destroy based on simply believing in content neutral policies." Former DNC chair and governor of Vermont Howard Dean calls for boycott of Fox News and deportation of Murdoch family: "They are the enemy of the United States." Princeton president demands tenured professor is fired -- for an old unrelated incident -- after he opposed giving black colleagues more sabbatical time and higher salaries than white staff in wake of BLM movement. Hillary Clinton approved dissemination of Trump-Russian collusion hoax to media, campaign manager testifies. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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Rambo: First Blood Part 2

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Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 48:49


John Rambo has been asked to help with a POW assignment.   With the lack of help from his commanding officer once again, Troutman. Rambo finds himself alone and trapped behind enemy lines. With a help from CO and unlimited supply of grenade arrows he will once again fight his way to the one man who has double crossed him….Murdoch. Join Ciaran and Trevor as they discuss why this is not a cheesy as it sounds.   Enjoy! #rambo 

Going Rogue With Caitlin Johnstone
The TV Man Is Not Your Friend

Going Rogue With Caitlin Johnstone

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 5:29


People who think Tucker Carlson is fighting the establishment are exactly the same as people who think "the Squad" is fighting the establishment. Exactly the same. Same people, slightly different bumper stickers. It's obvious that every member of the "populist right" who's now getting praise for being correct about Ukraine will function as virulent empire propagandists once the imperial crosshairs inevitably move from Moscow to Beijing. We know this because of their rhetoric about China today. Do you know what happens to mainstream media figures who provide real resistance to empire agendas? They get fired. Ask Phil Donahue or Chris Hedges. The fact that Tucker Carlson is a top pundit on imperial media (Murdoch media no less) means he's an agent of the empire. This belief that there are factions of the mainstream media working against the empire is as naive as the belief that there are factions of mainstream US politicians working against the empire. The empire doesn't platform people who pose a threat to it. This isn't complicated. The TV man is not your friend. I run into far too many people who oppose war and can't understand why I'm saying things about issues like China which disagree with what they're being told by their "populist antiwar" heroes on the right. The propaganda campaign against China isn't going to get better; it's going to get much, much worse, and it's important to start fighting it early. Because it's going to be bad. Reading by Tim Foley.

Wendys Whinnies
No. 137. Wendy Murdoch and Carrie Anderson from Costa Rica talk about using SURE FOOT Balance Pads

Wendys Whinnies

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 57:27


Carrie Anderson owns Playa Ponies in Nosara, Costa Rica. She has been using SURE FOOT with her horses for two years. Carrie talks about how to help horses in scary corners of the arena and Wendy shows some video from her time there working with horses and SURE FOOT.

The Betoota Advocate Podcast
A Wake Up Call, A Spooked Murdoch, A Local Woman's Life Changing Discovery & More - May 6

The Betoota Advocate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 7:18


Clancy Overell, Errol Parker and Wendell Hussey wrap up all the biggest stories from the week - live from the Desert Rock FM studio in downtown Betoota. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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ScreenFish Radio
Episode 23: HotDocs '22: 1on1 with Lindsay Keys, Winslow Crane-Murdoch & Daria Lombroso (THE QUIET EPIDEMIC)

ScreenFish Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 21:14


Directed by Lindsay Keys and Winslow Crane-Murdoch and produced by Daria Lombroso, THE QUIET EPIDEMIC follows young Julia Bruzzese and her father as they fight for answers to her mysterious symptoms. When they discover that she suffers from Lyme Disease, Julia and her father quickly realize that they are not alone in their battle to be taken seriously by doctors and insurance companies who seem determined to keep this epidemic quiet. In this 1on1, we speak to Keys, Crane-Murdoch and Lombroso about the terrifying realities of Lyme disease and why doctors struggle to acknowledge it.

Wendys Whinnies
No. 134. Wendy Murdoch talking about using SURE FOOT Pads with horses under saddle

Wendys Whinnies

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 57:20


Wendy Murdoch, creator of the SURE FOOT Equine Stability Program discussing SURE FOOT applications.

You Matter!
Episode 104: Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Ann Murdoch, Transgender Awareness

You Matter!

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 45:08


Today I welcome Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Ann Murdoch. Lt. Col Murdoch is a recipient of the Legion of Merit and Bronze Star and served in Afghanistan. During Lt. Murdoch's entire military career, in fact her entire life, she harbored a secret that could have cost her career, family and even her life. Although she had a male body, and by all appearances she was a married father of two children, she had known her entire life that deep inside, she was really a woman. She was, and is, transgender. As things got to a crisis point, she had no choice but to deal with her gender dysphoria, so she began a three-year journey to transition from living as a man to living as her true, authentic self.

A Rational Fear
A Rational Fear — LIVE — Melbourne Comedy Festival 2022 — Grace Tame, Zoe Daniel, Alice Fraser, Dane Simpson, Lewis Hobba, Dan Ilic, Vidya Rajan + DJ Andy McClelland.

A Rational Fear

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 81:08


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Ink Stained Wretches
I love your Musk

Ink Stained Wretches

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 52:56


Pressies panic over Musk's Twitter acquisition and “harassment” of obscenely wealthy and powerful tech execs, Murdoch's Facebook grudge lives on – and isn't newsworthy, and should we care whether Kamala is taking a COVID pill? Show Notes: WSJ on Sheryl Sandberg putting pressure on Daily Mail WaPo on Musk twitter attack Michael Lewis's Podcast George Will's column Jeff Maurer in Persuasion Time Stamps: 2:58 - Kamala has Covid 10:09 - Most Dangerous Man in The World: Rupert Murdoch 15:07 - Facebook v. Murdoch 23:48 - Obsessions 24:05 - Elon boosts online attacks 33:09 - Michael Lewis on Tornados 37:40 - Fan Mail 46:55 - Favorite Items - Email us stories or just say hi: wretches@nebulouspodcasts.com

The Art of Longevity
The Art of Longevity Season 4, Episode 2: Belle and Sebastian, with Stuart Murdoch

The Art of Longevity

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 48:52


If all music artists of longevity have a good book in them, then Belle and Sebastian are more bookish than most - something that's always been present in the band's lyrics of course - wry observations of everyday life, spun into song in a way that seems natural and effortless, though is probably the result of hard graft and fine craft. It was a listen to the band's latest offering ‘A Bit of Previous' that had me intrigued enough to thoroughly anticipate and enjoy a chat with Stuart Murdoch. Belle and Sebastian's 10th full studio album is a joy - an example of a band of longevity (in this case 20 years) enjoying and expressing yet another creative peak. Yet it is also different from their previous albums - more driving pop, ‘big' choruses and a good dose of blue-eyed soul thrown in for good measure. That's the remarkable thing about longevity - bands with as much about them as Belle & Sebastian are bound to pick up new fans along the way, and meanwhile their frighteningly loyal fan base ‘the Bowlies' will always follow them. ‘A Bit of Previous' was meant to be recorded in California in the spring of 2020, but that plan was thwarted by, guess what? If, as Stuart Murdoch's liner notes for the record suggest “Corona probably came 46th in the list of entities most influential in the writing of this record” - then surely the pandemic loomed large over how the record was eventually made. Towards the end of 2020 Murdoch & his merry band (there are seven of them) abandoned the notion of going to the US and instead converted its own rehearsal space in Glasgow into a makeshift studio and got to work, with unhurried resignation. How full circle can a band come? Belle and Sebastian's very first recording sessions were at Cava Studios on the edge of Glasgow's Kelvingrove Park way back in the mid 90s, which happened as a result of them winning Beatbox, a competition funded by the Department of Employment. Their prize was three whole days at Cava to record a song. Murdoch was determined to use the allotted time to record an entire album though - the end result being the band's debut Tigermilk. That first album was originally given a limited release of just 1,000 copies by Electric Honey, Beatbox's associated record label (the album was subsequently re-released in 1999 by Jeepster Records). Of course, the deal was to have a limited print of CDs, but again Murdoch insisted on vinyl. Those changes of plan have been Stuart Murdoch's modus operandi since the inception of Belle and Sebastian and I was curious to find out just where that self-belief came from. His answer was suitably self-effacing, and charmingly vexed:“I got really ill with M.E., but roundabout that time I had spiritual feelings as well - so illness, god, and discovering I could write songs. That was like a lifeline to me, so I'm not sure it's self belief but more determination. I was just determined to use my time - because of my illness - in a focused way”. Yet Murdoch's approach throughout the evolution of Belle and Sebastian has remained eccentric. Without a doubt, longevity is a far greater possibility if a band is driven by single-minded, quixotic decision making.“We're lucky in that we never really had hits, so no label was ever pressuring us in that way. I wish we had some of that pressure in a sense. I'm never comfortable, I've been bitching, in a semi-comedic way, since 2003 about why we can't be bigger than we are”. But once you have a following, no one can really knock you back”. Seems like a bit of previous has been enough to see Belle and Sebastian through. Support the show (https://www.songsommelier.com)

USDF Official Podcast
665: Melissa Gallagher on Incorporating Horsemanship, Wendy Murdoch and a Trainer Tip from Emily Donaldson

USDF Official Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 44:19


We going to be joined by our friend, Melissa Gallagher, who talks about her experience incorporating horsemanship into her program. Wendy is back with her regular monthly segment. And, then, Emily Donaldson has a great Trainer Tip of the Week. Listen in... GUESTS AND LINKS DRESSAGE EPISODE 665: Co-Hosts: Reese Koffler-Stanfield and Philip Parkes Official Podcast of the United States Dressage Federation Guest: Melissa Gallagher | Instagram Guest: Wendy Murdoch | Sure Foot Equine | Murdoch Method Facebook | Sure Foot Equine Facebook TRVST Tip of the Week: Emily Donaldson | Facebook | Instagram Balancing Act The Horse In Sport - An Irreconcilable Conflict? by Dr. Gerd Heuschmann HRN Merchandise!  Find a complete line of screen printed stuff....  and The embroidered merchandise at... Download the FREE Horse Radio Network app for iPhone and Android Check out this other great show in the HRN family: Horses In The Morning Follow Dressage Radio Show on  Facebook, and follow Horse Radio Network on Twitter Please visit our sponsors, they make all this possible TRVST Design, Kentucky Performance Products, Sure Foot Equine 

Dressage Radio Show
665: Melissa Gallagher on Incorporating Horsemanship, Wendy Murdoch and a Trainer Tip from Emily Donaldson

Dressage Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 44:19


We going to be joined by our friend, Melissa Gallagher, who talks about her experience incorporating horsemanship into her program. Wendy is back with her regular monthly segment. And, then, Emily Donaldson has a great Trainer Tip of the Week. Listen in...GUESTS AND LINKS DRESSAGE EPISODE 665:Co-Hosts: Reese Koffler-Stanfield and Philip ParkesOfficial Podcast of the United States Dressage FederationGuest: Melissa Gallagher | InstagramGuest: Wendy Murdoch | Sure Foot Equine | Murdoch Method Facebook | Sure Foot Equine FacebookTRVST Tip of the Week: Emily Donaldson | Facebook | InstagramBalancing Act The Horse In Sport - An Irreconcilable Conflict? by Dr. Gerd HeuschmannHRN Merchandise!  Find a complete line of screen printed stuff....  and The embroidered merchandise at...Download the FREE Horse Radio Network app for iPhone and AndroidCheck out this other great show in the HRN family: Horses In The MorningFollow Dressage Radio Show on  Facebook, and follow Horse Radio Network on TwitterPlease visit our sponsors, they make all this possible TRVST Design, Kentucky Performance Products, Sure Foot Equine Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=87421)

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Dressage 665: Melissa Gallagher on Incorporating Horsemanship, Wendy Murdoch and a Trainer Tip from Emily Donaldson

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 44:19


We going to be joined by our friend, Melissa Gallagher, who talks about her experience incorporating horsemanship into her program. Wendy is back with her regular monthly segment. And, then, Emily Donaldson has a great Trainer Tip of the Week. Listen in...GUESTS AND LINKS DRESSAGE EPISODE 665:Co-Hosts: Reese Koffler-Stanfield and Philip ParkesOfficial Podcast of the United States Dressage FederationGuest: Melissa Gallagher | InstagramGuest: Wendy Murdoch | Sure Foot Equine | Murdoch Method Facebook | Sure Foot Equine FacebookTRVST Tip of the Week: Emily Donaldson | Facebook | InstagramBalancing Act The Horse In Sport - An Irreconcilable Conflict? by Dr. Gerd HeuschmannHRN Merchandise!  Find a complete line of screen printed stuff....  and The embroidered merchandise at...Download the FREE Horse Radio Network app for iPhone and AndroidCheck out this other great show in the HRN family: Horses In The MorningFollow Dressage Radio Show on  Facebook, and follow Horse Radio Network on TwitterPlease visit our sponsors, they make all this possible TRVST Design, Kentucky Performance Products, Sure Foot Equine Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=87421)

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Industrial IoT Spotlight
EP 125 - Enable scale with reactive microservice frameworks - Brad Murdoch, Executive Vice President, Lightbend

Industrial IoT Spotlight

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 43:02


In this episode, we discuss challenges related to building real-time cloud native systems that are able to scale globally, across millions of devices. We also explore the importance of reactive microservice frameworks for providing the on premise flexibility that enterprises often require.  Our guest today is Brad Murdoch, Executive Vice President at Lightbend. Lightbend equips development teams to build microservices that are resilient to failure, scale effortlessly and instantaneously process data for in-the-moment critical business decisions. IoT ONE is an IoT focused research and advisory firm. We provide research to enable you to grow in the digital age. Our services include market research, competitor information, customer research, market entry, partner scouting, and innovation programs. For more information, please visit iotone.com

Fresh Air
Inside The Murdoch Media Empire

Fresh Air

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 44:43


The new CNN+ docuseries The Murdochs looks inside the Fox media empire and the family's behind-the-scenes in-fighting. Journalist Jim Rutenberg says the real-life drama rivals HBO's Succession. "I ... have always suspected that the Succession writers have some mole in the family because it's just too many things they seem to know," Rutenberg says. "It's just got all the drama you want in television, but democracy hinges on its future."

The Iris Murdoch Society podcast
Metaphysics as a Guide to Morals Podcast 1

The Iris Murdoch Society podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 58:55


To celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of Murdoch's 'Metaphysics as a Guide to Morals' I'm joined by Gillian Dooley (Flinders University, Australia), Nora Hämäläinen (University of Pardubice, Czech Republic), and Frances White (IMRC, Chichester) to give an introductory overview of the work. As this is Murdoch's magnum opus this is the first in a series of four podcasts being released in 2022 focusing on it. You can find Gillian and Nora's edited collection 'Reading Iris Murdoch's Metaphysics as a Guide to Morals' here: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-18967-9?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=google_books&utm_campaign=3_pier05_buy_print&utm_content=en_08082017 Gillian Dooley is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow in English at Flinders University, Australia. She was the founding general editor of the Flinders Humanities Research Centre's electronic journal Transnational Literature from 2008-2018, and was founding co-editor of Writers in Conversation 2014-2020. She has published three monographs, several scholarly editions and more than 100 journal articles and book chapters including the co-edited Reading Iris Murdoch's Metaphysics as a Guide to Morals. Her latest work Listening to Iris Murdoch: Music, Sounds and Silences will be published in the ‘Iris Murdoch Today' series with Palgrave Macmillan in July this year. Nora Hämäläinen is a Senior Researcher at the Centre for Ethics as study in Human value at the University of Pardubice in the Czech Republic. As well as being the author of Literature and Moral Theory and Descriptive Ethics: What Does Moral Philosophy Know About Morality she is also the co-editor of Reading Metaphysics as a Guide to Morals with Gillian. She is currently working on two interrelated projects: completing a monograph called The Making of the Good Person: Moral Philosophy, Self-Help and Technologies of the Self, where I look at some discussions on self-transformation and self-development in philosophy and popular culture. She is also working on a long term project on moral change (the change and renegotiation of moral frameworks and axioms). Frances white is the deputy director of the iris Murdoch research centre at the university of Chichester. As well as publishing widely on Murdoch, including the biography Becoming Iris Murdoch in 2014 she is the co-editor of the Iris Murdoch Today series with Palgrave Macmillan and the Editor of the Iris Murdoch Review. She is currently editing Iris Murdoch and the Literary Imagination, also with Palgrave.