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The FC crew continue to react to the news that Antonio Conte's time at Tottenham is coming to a close. James Olley joins the show to break down who Spurs might look at next and questions what is the overarching strategy for the North London club. Plus, Archie Rhind-Tutt helps analyze the Bundesliga title race ahead of next month's Der Klassiker showdown. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
My name is Sonita. I'm a 23 year old of Indian and Jamaican heritage. Music is one of my many goals. My main goal is to change my life. I am a singer/songwriter living in North London. I started singing at the age of 5 and would perform at school concerts up until I finished sixth form. I had no clue where to go from there. That's when my journey really began. Being inspired by musicals, specifically ‘In the Heights', I so badly wanted to find my voice in 2021 and began training with City Academy. Once that ended I auditioned to train with the West End Musical Theatre school and managed to secure myself half a scholarship. There are many artists that inspire me but the main ones are Jazmine Sullivan, Demi Lovato and Leona Lewis.
¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast
Antonio Conte went scorched earth after Tottenham's weekend capitulation and now big questions are being asked about his and the club's future. Fabrizio Romano joins Ian Paul Joy, Michael Lahoud and Jonathan Johnson to discuss the dire situation at the North London outfit and what it could mean for Harry Kane. Plus, what does the future hold in store for Carlo Ancelotti after Sunday's El Clasico defeat, can cash-strapped Barcelona compete for players in the next transfer window, and what's the latest concerning Lionel Messi's summer plans? (02:49) -- Conte takes aim at Tottenham players: Levy's decision, Kane's future (09:58) -- El Clasico: Ancelotti's trophy hunt, Barca's FFP reality (15:03) -- PSG's Messi situation: Barca & Inter Miami rumors (1925) -- Mason Mount & Chelsea's long-term project (23:23) -- The Conte debate: Who's to blame for Tottenham's stagnation? (35:45) -- Barcagate: The Negreira refereeing scandal House of Champions/Que Golazo is available for free on the Audacy app as well as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the House of Champions team on Twitter: @ChampsHouseCBS, @JOYPAULIAN, @MikeLahoud, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @PartidoPooper Watch House of Champions on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7hm6TorI7BMD1-IxTqyhUg For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Watch UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Europa Conference League, Serie A, Coppa Italia, CONCACAF, NWSL, Scottish Premiership, the Brasileiro, Argentine Primera División by subscribing Paramount Plus: https://www.paramountplus.com/home/ To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Football Outside the Box Podcast
Join us as the hosts review actions from the Premier League's match week 29, which saw Antonio Conte lash out at not only his players, but the club. Meanwhile, their North London rivals Arsenal went 8 points clear at the top with a 4-1 victory over Crystal Palace. Let us know your thoughts on our social media! Our Social Media Accounts and Podcast https://linktr.ee/fotbp
Alex Goode is one of the most versatile rugby players in the club's back division and had developed into a star for Saracens playing over 330 games. On top of an impressive club career, Alex has also enjoyed a highly successful international career. Most recently, he has been a key member of the Saracens squad that secured second place in the Aviva and Gallagher Premiership. He was also been named the European Player of the Year by EPCR in January 2019. Whilst his passion for rugby remains undimmed, he's still demonstrating his leadership qualities by captaining Saracens and his versatility by playing both flyhalf and fullback. By the age of 34, his thoughts turn to what life after rugby could look like. During our conversation at Alex's home in North London, with many dashes tucked under his arm instead of a rugby ball, we talk about how your passion is the fundamental baseline to being successful, how to work hard to get on top of your game, life after rugby and his biggest fear and how to deal with anxiety, stress and putting pressure on oneself. Find out more about Alex Goode via Instagram & Twitter.
Spurs bow out of the Champions League following a 0-0 draw at home to AC Milan. Andrew and Dakota attended the match, marking their first time in North London for a game. They share thoughts on the contest, as well as their experience in and around Tottenham. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tottenhamdepot/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tottenhamdepot/support
Living Well with Multiple Sclerosis
Welcome to Season 5 of Living Well with MS, the Overcoming MS podcast where we explore all topics relating to living well with multiple sclerosis (MS). In this episode, we are sharing the highlights from our ‘Family friendly Foods' webinar with Nutritional Therapist Sam Josephs. In this episode, Sam shares how to incorporate easy, family-friendly Overcoming MS recipe ideas into your everyday life and social gatherings. This webinar was recorded in June 2022 as part of our Finding Hope with Overcoming MS webinar series. You can watch the whole webinar here or the podcast highlights on YouTube here. Keep reading for the key episode takeaways and Sam's bio. Make sure you sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips and news about living a full and happy life with multiple sclerosis. And if you're new to Overcoming MS, visit our introductory page to find out more about how we support people with MS. Bio: Sam Josephs believes passionately in diet and lifestyle intervention as a powerful preventative approach to all chronic health conditions, including MS. Sam's qualifications and career Since graduating from BCNH (UK College of Nutrition and Health) in 2008, Sam has been working in her North London clinic seeing clients on a 1-2-1 basis. She has also worked as a pastoral and clinical tutor for BCNH, and appears annually as a guest lecturer at both BCNH and the Institute of Optimum Nutrition, training upcoming nutritional therapy students in a variety of conditions, including MS. She has presented to many MS support groups, was an expert panelist at the MSLife Expo in 2016 and has worked as a retreat facilitator for Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis. She is a fully qualified Nutritional Therapist, a full member of the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT) and is also registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) – the only register for Nutritional Therapy recognized by the Department of Health. Sam's personal life Her husband was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2002 which has shaped the direction of Sam's career and gives her the compassion and unique hands-on knowledge to support so many others with the condition. Above all else, Sam enjoys nothing more than a trip to the Farmer's Market, or a good greengrocer and is a keen and experimental cook for her family and friends. Key Takeaways: Making your own veggie burgers is easier than you think “A lot of store-bought meat substitutes contain a long list of ingredients or the cheap oils like palm oil. But they are pretty easy to make yourself. Essentially all you're doing is rinsing a can of beans, adding some dried oats, or some leftover cooked rice from the day before, or a chunk of bread which you can toast if it's maybe a bit stale and blitz it up into breadcrumbs. Maybe add an egg white, and then just put loads of herbs and seasonings and flavors in it. And if you just mix it all up together in a blender, then it will make some really nice patties.” Healthy snack dips are easy and delicious “Dips are a great thing to have in the fridge for sandwich breads, picnics, but also when the kids get home from school. Rather than KitKats and crisps, they could just grab a carrot and stick it into a nice dip. It's essentially just using a dollop of soy yogurt, either blended up with a tin of fish (smoked mackerel works really well) or a tin of beans and blitz it all up together with a handheld mixer, and presto, it's a dip!” Children take family eating habits with them into adulthood “If we make those changes, and we set them in stone at home in the family, when the kids grow up and live alone, and go off to college or get [their] first job, [they'll take those healthy habits with them.] So switch things like white bread to brown, try to switch white rice to brown or whole grain cereals, switch out from something like Frosties every day, to having porridge once a week, or a nice muesli once a week, just changing the routine [can make a difference for them].” Related Links: Listen to Sam's previous episodes of Living Well with MS: o S1 Episode 3: The OMS Diet in a Nutshell (Part 1) o S1 Episode 4: The OMS Diet in a Nutshell (Part 2) Watch the original Webinar recording here Don't miss out: Subscribe to this podcast and never miss an episode. You can catch any episode of Living Well with MS here or on your favourite podcast listening app. If you like Living Well with MS, please leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you tune into the show. Feel free to share your comments and suggestions for future guests and episode topics by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure you sign up to our newsletter to hear our latest tips and news about living a full and happy life with MS. Support us If you enjoy this podcast and want to support the ongoing work of Overcoming MS, you can leave a donation here.
The Totally Football Show with James Richardson
Jimbo, James Horncastle, Raphael Honigstein, Julien Laurens and Alvaro Romeo are back together at The Athletic studios in anticipation of some red-hot Champions League second legs. Bayern host PSG with a 1-0 lead but can they contain Kylian Mbappe, PSG's newly crowned all-time top scorer? Especially when Julian Nagelsmann seems to have lost faith in Joao Cancelo. Dortmund travel to Stamford Bridge after securing their 10th win in a row in 2023. They've learned how to play without the ball and the brilliant Julian Brandt is archetypal of the new Dortmund. Spurs welcome Milan to North London for a fixture that's too close to call. Is Rafael Leao due a big performance for the Rossoneri? Domestically, Sevilla are smashed 6-1 by Atletico with Sampaoli and Monchi both under the microscope. And Will Still is still unbeaten in Ligue 1 with Reims. Plus Scott Parker, Piers Morgan and boil-in bag rice. Produced by Charlie Jones. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Moment of the weekend (02.00) • PART 2a: Bayern v PSG preview (07.00) • PART 2b: Chelsea v Dortmund preview (15.30) • PART 3a: UEFA refund Liverpool fans (28.00) • PART 3c: Tottenham v Milan preview (31.00) • PART 4a: Man United v Real Betis preview (37.00) • PART 4b: Are Sevilla and Valencia going down? (43.00) • PART 4c: Will Still still unbeaten in Ligue 1 (52.00) • PART 5: Roma 1-0 Juventus (56.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1.99 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the strictly isolated Hasidic community of North London, thousands of boys reach the age of 16 without being able to read or speak much English. The education for boys in the community includes only minimal secular teaching at most places of learning. Many schools are unregistered, and in some cases, as a Times investigation finds, are not even supposed to exist. And - in a rare glimpse into this hidden world - we speak with the head teacher of a registered Hasidic school, who explains that any discussion around improving the institutions must start with one basic question: what do these schools do right?This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes.Guests:Andrew Norfolk, Chief Investigative Reporter, The TimesEli Spitzer, head teacher at a Hasidic schoolHost: Manveen Rana. Clips: Parliament TV. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Across the Seas but Forever Bees - An American Brentford Podcast
After a week away, ASFB is back and better than ever. This week features Glenn Houlihan all the way from Iowa and Greville Waterman calling from North London. And it's one of the best conversations this podcast has ever had.The basic plot is we're trying to discuss Fulham, but each attempt takes us to another derby day or another glittering memory. It was such fun to remember some of those great matches, then try to reel it back in to discuss Monday's important match....only to go down another wonderful rabbit hole! I hope you enjoy it as much as we did.Thanks for listening!
The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
About our guest today, Teresa Clark: An innovative and forward-thinking leader Teresa Clark is the founder and alchemist of The Wellness Revolution. A pioneering culture and employee wellbeing company reimagining the workplace to unleash human potential. Built on the belief that the world of work plays an important role in transforming society and that by supporting people to live happier and healthier lives we can co-create happier and healthier societies together. She is deeply passionate about social justice, human flourishing, and the power of creativity to transform society. A public speaker, transformation and resilience expert, Teresa's moving personal journey as a woman who received a 4-year prison sentence for the deaths of 3 of her friends in a car accident where she fell asleep at the wheel after a festival, has led her on a turbulent journey of personal recovery from extreme physical injury, psychological and emotional trauma. The deep remorse and transformative journey of finding peace and amends birthed a life trajectory driven by a magnanimous compassion to create positive social change centered around a deep passion and purpose to help others. With 12 years of experience working within mental health for the criminal justice system, NHS, and charity sector, she has consulted at local and national levels and led cultural change across organisations through the design and development of award-winning programmes and services. Through her work, she has empowered thousands of people to reconnect with their authentic selves and transform their lives creating synergistic outcomes from collective shifts in mindset to social impact. Enjoy! In this episode Peter and Teresa Clark discuss: 00:40 - Thank you so much for listening and for subscribing! 01:00 - Intro and welcome Teresa Clark 01:24 - What gave you the idea to start a career in mental health? 02:45 - On masking strains and normalizing dishonesty in the workplace 03:48 - How are companies beginning to take mental health seriously enough to implement change? [versus the bottom line] 05:00 - Are companies really making fundamental shifts? How and to what extent? 06:31 - On Google's big bad goof-up 08:22 - “Don't Be Evil” -Google 09:00 - What do you do once inside a company; how does consulting work best? Definition of reticent 10:10 - Breaking the stigma takes courage and intentional, comprehensive systems of support, time, training, positive reinforcement and encouragement, inclusive of leadership. 12:58 - How can people find more about you? Web: www.thewellnessrevolution.co.uk Socials: @thewellnessrevolution_ on INSTA @ThewellnessR on Twitter 13:23 - When HR and Business Leaders allow certain foundations for our people to flourish, our business will flourish. It's a natural thing. And it's been proven. Ref: Deloitte article Deloitte study: Mental Health and Employers: The Case for Investment – Pandemic and Beyond 14:40 - The Boy With the Faster Brain is out very soon!! 15:14 - Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits. Guys, as always thanks so much for subscribing! Faster Than Normal is for YOU! We want to know what you'd like to hear! Do you have a cool friend with a great story? We'd love to learn about, and from them. I'm www.petershankman.com and you can reach out anytime via email at email@example.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterNormal on all of the socials. It really helps when you drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse! — TRANSCRIPT via Descript and then corrected.. somewhat: [00:00:40] Peter: Hey everyone. Welcome to another episode of Faster Than Normal. My name is Peter Shankman. I'm your host. I will guide you through this journey today where we talk about A D H D in the workplace and all neurodiversity really in mental health in the place for a change. We're talking Teresa Clark. And Teresa Clark is the founder I believe, of the Wellness Revolution. She's based in London, England, and her job is to help company culture, enhance employee experience, and unleash the potential of the people who work for said companies. They are a pioneering culture and employee wellbeing company built for businesses of the future. They support forward-thinking organizations to create cultures of happiness fueled by passion, purpose, and creativity. So welcome, good to have. [00:01:19] Teresa: Thank you for having me. It's great to be here. [00:01:22] Peter: So let's dive in. What gave you the idea to start a company focusing on business mental health? [00:01:29] Teresa: So I, my career is in, um, working for the N H S. I've worked in mental health for about 12 years, and it was during my time when I worked for, um, a big mental health trust in North London when I was working actually in a hospital. And, um, I started to kind of look around and just see, we had a really high turnover of staff and the nature of the work was very intense because I worked in forensics, which is, um, a part of type of mental. Services, which when people commit offenses, they go into hospital as opposed to prison. So as you can imagine, you, you are, you know, experiencing quite a lot of sad cases. It's the works quite heavy. But even so, um, we just had this huge turnaround of staff and as I was there longer and longer, I realized that we weren't looking after our own people's mental health and that the workloads were huge. People were really stressed out if somebody came and said that they were experiencing. their own issues. It wasn't treated very well. In fact, there was a kind of real fear culture that nobody would've said that. Um, and they would've just gone off work with, you know, explained it underneath another sickness. But it was actually to do with that. And what was happening, which was really, really sad, was that was actually affecting patient care. So I started to sort of think, wow, if this is happening in a mental health trust, what's happening in the real world? And I started to kind of look at my family and friends and acquaintances and kind of see that, you know, we all struggle with something. Some of us might talk about it, others might not. But you know, mental health is just the same as physical health. And I just started to, to sort of think about how many toxic work cultures there are in the. and that we really need to do something about it because we spend 90,000 hours of work in our lifetime. And that is a long time to be stuck somewhere where you feel miserable and the, and the outcomes of that in terms of your own physical and mental health, but also the ripple effect that it has on your family, your friends, uh, and just sort of society at large, really. So I thought if we can really shift the workplace to be somewhere where. It actually lays the foundations for people to reach their potential, you know, optimal wellbeing. You know what a, what a different world we would live in. Sounds very idealistic, but I really do believe that we can do it. [00:03:48] Peter: So my first question is this. How are companies reacting to this? Because companies, you know, at least in the US, companies don't particularly like spending money on anything that doesn't help their bottom line, obviously. Mental health and mental wellbeing in the workplace does help the bottom line, but that's a hard explanation to give. I've been there. So how are, how are companies, uh, reacting to that first and foremost? [00:04:06] Teresa: Yeah, great question and you're right. I think there's still some attitudes that we need to change around wellbeing as a fluffy topic and that it's a nice to have but not actually imperative to your business success. But the good thing is there's, you know, the, the bodies of evidence of studies and case studies. Just, uh, continuing to rise and really, really being able to show that r roi, I call it return on happiness, to show the difference between a company that does foster, you know, positive experience for their employees and emo, um, employee wellbeing compared to one that doesn't or that does it surface level. So it's really about kind of presenting the figures, you know, talking to the people who are making the big decisions, because that's another thing that I think is really important. You know, getting the C-suite and people in leadership roles really involved so that it's not just a bottom up, it's a, you know, a top down and a bottom up approach. And that does really work. It's still, you know, it's still difficult. I think there are a lot of companies out there that are doing what, what's sort of known as like wellbeing, washing, similar. What people do on pride and things like that is sort of saying that they do it, but. You know, doing the opposite. [00:05:16] Peter: Well, I mean, that's my, that was my next question. You know, the, we are, we're all familiar with, you know, uh, what are they doing for mental health? Oh, they're allowing wacky tie days on Friday. You know, it, it, it's, it's, you know, or free sandwiches does not equate to mental health and mental, mental, uh, caring. And so I think that, that one of the big. Um, issues that I've seen is that companies say, this sounds like a great idea, but then again, it's that question of actually getting 'em to commit because there's no, you know, the ROI isn't immediately seen. [00:05:45] Teresa: Yes. Yeah. And I think what we are seeing now because of this, is we are seeing kind of mass exodus at companies where people are, are leaving, you know, the great resignation or we wanna call it the great awakening. Either way, people are looking for a very different experience, particularly Gen Z. And millennials. And so if a company doesn't start to do these things, it's, you know, when you look to, to, to start a new company, if your company doesn't have a flexible working policy that doesn't have some sort of ea and that doesn't kind of offer some kind of wellbeing provision, it's gonna make you think twice about whether you take their offer because money's not everything, as we all know. And again, the research shows that people would rather take a pay cut to have those things and go and work for an organization that doesn't have that now. It's pretty shocking at what the kind of world is like at the moment, because I don't know if you'd, you'd seen that, you know, Google's laid off a load of staff just now, [00:06:39] Peter: including their, including the director of mental health and wellbeing. Yes, I saw that. [00:06:43] Teresa: So that's, you know, really, really scary considering that some, the company like Google is doing that. It's just, [00:06:49] Peter: that's also really telling, because if a company is big and as, as supposedly forward thinking as Google doesn't give a shit, why should any other company. [00:06:56] Teresa: Well, yes, it's true, but I'm, I I think it's also a very, very bad move for Google because they're losing their credibility as an employer. Like their, their employee brand is really suffering because it's not just about the businesses, it's about the people that work there and, and we, people that work that have as much sort of say in terms of, you know, whether they wanna work at an organization like that or whether they want to go and work for Microsoft. You have all of those benefits. So it's a about, you know, the companies really need to think about what their brand reputation is because that does, you know, in a marketplace it's gonna get more and more difficult now for, you know, jobs for everybody. That's something that everybody's gonna be looking at. Yeah. And how much money does it cost? I was gonna say, how much money does it cost to, to recruit somebody? Especially for a company like Google, you're probably thinking, you know, it's in the grands isn't it? So you don't wanna be not being able to retain your staff, cuz that's just gonna cost you more and more. So it'll be interesting to see the data on that bad decision and how that's gonna infect Google because it is gonna really affect them. I. . [00:08:01] Peter: Well, I think that's really the question, you know, is it we, and we'll have to wait and see on that. But I, I mean, I agree with you. I just, I feel like, you know, and, and this is maybe the, the New York City cynic and me, I just feel like companies that try, uh, you know, oh, we're gonna care, wanna care, you know, Google's, I mean, do you remember who Google's original motto, company motto was? Back in like the, the, the early two thousands? [00:08:20] Teresa: No, I don't think I do. [00:08:22] Peter: It was literally don't be evil. Oh wow. Yeah, that was their, that was their corporate motto, their corporate culture motto. And, and they publicized it and they talked about it and they go, we're gonna be the good company. Because back then Microsoft and, you know, Yahoo, were the bad companies and. All of a sudden, you know, here they are laying off their, their, their, their vice president of, of, of mental health and wellbeing. So I, I, I think that companies talk a lot of, talk a great game and I wanna do this. And I think it's a lot harder to sell that story, um, in the real world because at the end of the day, you know, they're, they're shareholders are looking at the next quarter and not the next quarter centuries, which is, which is obviously a much bigger problem. Talk. What are you doing into, in terms of once you get into a company, you know, are you, are you listening? Are you holding sessions? How, how does this whole process work? Because, um, I remember the one time I did work for a company back in the nineties, I worked for America Online, and they had someone in-house who actually, uh, was a mental health, and this is, this is again the mid nineties, so that was pretty impressive that they were that forward thinking. And they had someone where you could just go in, you could say, Hey, you know, having a bad day, not having a good time, having a mental health day. And again, before any of this was, was popular. So, so how does it work from a consulting point of view? [00:09:29] Teresa: Yeah. So what we do is we kind of go in and we just really get to understand the organization. We look at the values, we look at how the values are being lived. We look at the kind of main challenges around the people. We look at what they're doing really well, what they could do better, and then we speak to, um, the employees and we kind of find out anonymously what they're thinking. Cause I think. , that's a big thing. You know, companies have a lot of in-house surveys and things like that, but people are quite reticent to be honest. Completely, because there's kind of like a lot of fear about, you know, will I, right, will I be looked at differently if I say that I've got a mental health condition or that I'm struggling, or, you know what? How does my culture support mental health and wellbeing as it is now. So we kinda understand the energy of the organization, what's going on, what's going on that can't be seen, and then we kind of present that to, um, the C-suite or the people team, and we sort of talk about. , you know, what we can do to support them, what they wanna focus on first. Cuz sometimes you go in and there's quite a lot of things that they didn't realize are going on. So it's almost, you know, too much of a big job to do everything all in one go. So it's like, where do we start first? So that can be things like helping them to set up like wellbeing champions so that they're embedding wellbeing more regularly within their culture because it's gotta be kind of a movement that goes forward. We do a lot of workshops and webinars, training. Taking like a design thinking approach to the employee experience. So thinking about when you have new starters, like what's their experience like, how do we deal with, um, you know, when somebody comes to us with a problem, how do we make more space in our teams so that we are having more interaction socially? Because a lot of companies we work with now become completely remote. So you have to be really intentional about that employee experience. You know, as a brand, like how do we want our employees, what are our team rituals? How do we embed wellbeing so that it's not something that we're having to deal with when it reaches crisis point, that we've kind of creating a culture where people can come and talk about things. So we are supporting each other. So when we have a team meeting, somebody says, we do a check-in and someone says, I'm having a bit of a bad day today. , we are normalizing it cuz you and I both know as well, people that have ADHD you know, sometimes we are, we are having a terrible day, sometimes we're having a great day. But sometimes it's difficult to say that you are without, you know, fear of being judged because you don't wanna seem like you can't do the job or that, you know, they can't trust you. So there's so many things around that. So what we do is we try to really help, well, not we try, we do help the organizations to, to really look at that and then just getting some defining, um, ways of approaching that as an organization and as teams and as individuals. And we do, um, some really cool offsites and sort of revolutionary retreats where we look. Kind of issues are within leadership, and then we create kind of like a two day conference, which is much more based on sort of like human potential and like how we can be the best leaders and really kind of like changing the mindset in more of a kind of intense short way, which, which are really successful. Um, and we do panel talks like loads of things. We, we, what we do as an organization is we just try to be really innovative and approach mental health in a very different way than, uh, the sort of traditional sort of pathology of it. [00:12:58] Peter: Awesome. I love it. Well, the website is called the wellness revolution.co.uk and you can find everyone there, you can find the whole team there. And it is really great to have you on the podcast. I appreciate you taking the time. It is. With any luck, this is sort of the start of, you know, more and more people understanding that, that there is something here and that we have. Uh, pay attention. We can't just let this go, right, Teresa? [00:13:23] Teresa: Oh, definitely. And I wanted to, to give you a, a, a really interesting stat actually. Yeah, please. For those leaders out there that, um, are still kind of struggling to see the, the real kind of returns on it. D Deloitte did a report here recently, I think it was last year actually, so it could do with renewing now. But they said that for every pound that's spent, and obviously I know it's in pounds, not dollars for every pound that's spent on wellbeing and mental health interventions, company receives up to six pounds back in returns on reduced absenteeism, reduced presenteeism, reduce, and um, higher retention rates. So there really is like such a business case and I think what we're gonna see from now on, as well as obviously with things being so uncertain with economic kind of unrest, is that this is the main, you know, people are our highest value assets if we think about it like, So if we look after our people and they're, we are supporting their mental health cause we're still kind of suffering the fallout from Covid, you know, psychologically. that's still very much kind of impacting people in different ways. If we really do sort of, you know, give those foundations for our people to flourish, our business will flourish. It's a natural thing. So just, yeah. I hope that's kind of stuck into some people's heads and that they'll really start to look at it differently. [00:14:40] Peter: I love it. I love it. Teresa, this is great. Thank you so much for taking the time. I really appreciate it. [00:14:45] Teresa: Oh, it's my pleasure. [00:14:46] Peter: Guys, as always, you know the drill Faster Than Normal is for you. We wanna know what you want to hear. Shoot us a note, let us know. And, uh, the children's book is coming out, should be out in about a month. The title is The Boy With the Faster Brain, so we are really excited for that. Stay tuned for more on that next week and we will see you next week. A D H D in all forms of neurodiversity are gift not a curse. Pay attention to your mental health. It is just as important, if not more so than your physical health. We'll see you soon. Thanks for listening! — Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at shankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. 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Straight Outta Cobham - A show about Chelsea
You know it's bad when you lose at Tottenham... Dom Fifield and Sam Parkin are alongside Matt Davies-Adams for our latest Chelsea pity party following the 2-0 defeat in North London. It's now just two wins in 15 Premier League games for Graham Potter's side - who sit closer to the relegation zone than Champions League places. We take your thoughts and questions, assess the performance and try and figure out what's next for this team... Some much needed relief was offered by Chelsea Women after their 2-0 FA Cup win over rivals Arsenal at Kingsmeadow - including yet another goal from Sam Kerr as she adds to her astonishing tally. Jessy Parker-Humphrey's sends us a match report from a *far* more enjoyable result! And as it's a legal requirement for Sam and Dom to lock horns in a quiz - we've got a bonus Monday edition to lift the spirits, which predictably descends into chaos... We'll be back on Thursday to look ahead to the visit of Leeds at Stamford Bridge - AND Sunday's Continental Cup final. Produced by Lucy Oliva. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Learn English with the British Council and Premier League
This Week explores some of the biggest stories from the Premier League and the world of football and focuses on the most interesting vocabulary. This week, Jack is talking about Liverpool's trip to Newcastle, Manchester United hosting Leicester City and West Ham United's trip to North London to take on Tottenham Hotspur. You can read the transcript and complete the language challenge on the page for this podcast on the Premier Skills English website by visiting: Premier Skills English > Skills > Listen > This Week > This Week: In sight of the summit
In this bonus episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Charlotte Rose (@char.lotteroseart) Charlotte Rose is a self-taught artist residing in North London. In 2021, Rose held her debut solo show, ‘I Quit Last Week', which centred around nostalgic branding from the late 20th century. The sell-out show featured 15 large-scale acrylic on plywood paintings. The aim of the exhibition was to prescribe new truths to old illusions, with each piece being an exploration of the ‘dream sold by ad companies to sell poisonous goods.' Rose's extensive social network and soaring profile has brought her work to the attention of celebrities, including Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Yung Blud, both of whom have commissioned work from her. Via her art, Rose intends to evoke consumer nostalgia, while challenging its intention. For more information on the work of Charlotte Rose go to https://entergallery.com/collections/charlotte-rose To Support this podcast from as little as £3 per month: www.patreon/ministryofarts If you would like to promote your work, exhibition or any other creative project, please contact us at:Social Media: @ministryofartsorgEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Straight Outta Cobham - A show about Chelsea
Just when you think it can't get any worse... Simon Johnson and Sam Parkin join Matt Davies-Adams for our latest Chelsea-induced therapy session after the 1-0 defeat to bottom of the table, managerless Southampton at Stamford Bridge. We question why things are going quite so wrong, whether Graham Potter's future is in doubt, if the relationship with the fans can be salvaged - and what's next in SW6. We'll be back on Thursday to look ahead to Sunday's trip to North London to take on Tottenham... Produced by Lucy Oliva. *** • Get a FREE 1-year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase at athleticgreens.com/cobham • Take advantage of MANSCAPED®'s best valued bundle and save 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code EPL23 at Manscaped.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Author and writer Ibrahim Mustapha joins CURVA MUNDIAL as a guest to talk his love of Arsenal, his life in North London, and his critically acclaimed book "No Longer Naïve: African Football's Growing Impact at the World Cup." Mustapha discusses why the continent of Africa has something very serious to offer in future World Cups and looks back on the history of African sides coming of age on the world's biggest stage. Mustapha also talks his Nigerian roots and traveling to Nigeria with family and seeing how the game has impacted that country.
They swore they'd never go back to Brent Cross. After their first adventure (Ep 104 Malltwats), Paul and Eli agreed that there was never going to be a reason to return. What would be the point? However, when they discover that the Brent Cross Shopping Centre now has a “Charity Supermarket” within its walls, it looks like CheapShow has no choice but to go back. They should have stayed away. What begins as a merry jaunt into North London, VERY quickly gets derailed and becomes one long disaster. It's an episode of confusion, confrontation, and frustration. This could be CheapShow's worst walkabout episode. Or it's best? Why not listen and find out? See pics/videos for this episode on our website: https://www.thecheapshow.co.uk/ep-320-brent-crosspocalypse-now And if you like us, why not support us: www.patreon.com/cheapshow If you want to get involved, email us at email@example.com And if you want to, follow us on Twitter @thecheapshowpod or @paulgannonshow & @elisnoid Like, Review, Share, Comment... LOVE US! WATCH OUR EPIC 300 Live Show on YouTube Video Edition: youtu.be/Yf5Q3WVR4tl MERCH Official CheapShow Merch Shop: www.redbubble.com/people/cheapshow/shop www.cheapmag.shop Thanks also to @vorratony for the wonderful, exclusive art: www.tinyurl.com/rbcheapshow NEW ART: Get hold of Spunk.Rock's exclusive new CheapShow Artwork: https://www.redbubble.com/i/t-shirt/CHEAPSHOW-EST-2016-by-spunkrock/115961855.WFLAH.XYZ www.instagram.com/spunk__rock Send Us Stuff: CheapShow PO BOX 1309 Harrow HA1 9QJ
Rosemary Timperley was born in 1920 in North London and died in November 1988. Her father was an architect and her mother a teacher. Timperley went to her local girls school and became a teacher herself. She taught English and History in a state school. Her pupils said she was a very dramatic figure (she ran the drama club) and wore long swirling black dresses with long drop or hoop earrings.In 33 years, she published 66 novels and several hundred short stories. However, her ghost stories are the ones that people remember the most. She was editor of various editions of the Pan Ghost Book, including the 5th. This story The Mistress In Black was taken from that book published 1969.Many of her short stories were published in magazines such as The New Yorker, Harper's Bazaar, and The Atlantic Monthly. Timperley's work often dealt with supernatural and paranormal themes, and she was considered a master of the ghost story genre. She also wrote several non-fiction books and articles on subjects such as writing and the supernatural. Timperley passed away in 1988.While she was a teacher she began to submit her stories to magazine and they began to be accepted. She became a staff writer and agony aunt on the magazine Reveille. She lived in Richmond, Surrey for many years. Many of her stories are set in London.During the Second World War she worked at the Citizens' Advice Bureau in Kensington, London. She got married to a Physics teacher in 1952 and they lived in Essex just outside London. They separated in the early 1960s according to some sources, but they appear to have been officially married until his death in 1968.Timperley managed to travel widely across the world despite her hectic writing schedule, visiting Italy (a number of her works are set in Venice), Morocco, Belgium, Russia, and Greece. Timperley's publisher, Robert Hale, stated that her first-hand knowledge of other nations and diversified work experience inspired her novels, plays, and short tales. Indeed, Timperley is believed to have worked as a waitress, a counter assistant in a police canteen, a typewriter, and an artist's model before becoming a freelance writer. Timperley had to spend several months in the hospital in 1964 because of a serious illness. Timperley began working as an auxilary nurse in a Surrey hospital shortly after this life-changing encounter. Her time in this industry surely influenced works such as The Tragedy Business (1969), The Haunted Garden (1966), and The Washers-Up (1967). (1968). She was also inspired by her experience as a teacher, as evident by the fact that children play a significant role in most of her work. Furthermore, the background of her first two novels is thought to have been inspired by her own childhood experience at Hornsey High School. Timperley spent much of her life in the London suburb of Richmond, and many of her stories are set there. Timperley was well-versed in London, and her novels, in particular, contain numerous references to various locales in the city. Reading her anecdotes, it's clear that Timperley travelled by tube and bus a lot, avoiding the use of a car and, while being city born and bred, loved open landscapes and desired to live an uncluttered, "carefree" existence.In 1961 she mentions she is living in an old-fashioned flat and living on coffee, pink-gin and cigarettes. She lived a quite, reclusive life until her death New Patreon RequestBuzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREESupport the showVisit us here: www.ghostpod.orgBuy me a coffee if you're glad I do this: https://ko-fi.com/tonywalkerIf you really want to help me, become a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/barcudMusic by The Heartwood Institute: https://bit.ly/somecomeback
Across the Seas but Forever Bees - An American Brentford Podcast
North Carolina's own Joe Taylor visits ASFB Towers this week for a great review of a wild Saturday in North London. We might have caught them unaware of us last season, this season the Arsenal battled hard just so as to escape with a point. It's a surreal time to be a Bee. We look forward to a home match with Crystal Palace and discuss the riches of talent Thomas Frank has to choose from.
The Beesotted Brentford Pride of West London Podcast
Brentford prepare for a trip to the Emirates Stadium in North London to take on Arsenal after despatching of Southampton fairly easily at New Griffin Park to see the bees temporarily nick 6th spot on the Premier League before being overtaken by BrightonBilly The Bee Grant (@BillyTheBee99) and Dave Laney Lane (@Beesotted100) linked up in the Virtual Joint to discuss that Saints match whilst looking forward to the Arsenal match. They also talked about the resurfacing of European Superleague rumours as well as Manchester City who have recently been charged with Financial Fair Play irregularitiesJonathan JB Burchill (@jonathan77777) gives us more facts and funkPlus Robbie from AFTV (Arsenal Fan TV) gives us his thoughts on Brentford prior to the match at the weekend. You can also catch the FULL interview with Robbie at PrideOfWest.London Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's Gameweek 23 in the Premier League this weekend and Dan Bardell is once again joined by Jonathan Wilson and WhoScored.com's very own Ben McAleer to discuss the biggest talking points from this week's action.We get underway with a look at Manchester United's trip to Leeds before focusing attention to the Merseyside derby where Liverpool take on Sean Dyche's Everton. Then over to North London for Arsenal vs Brentford.The panel then preview the rest of the games in the Premier League this weekend.Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Whoscored?s..Follow WhoScored:Twitter - https://twitter.com/WhoScoredInstagram: https://www.instagram/officialwhoscoredFollow the team:Host: Dan Bardell - https://twitter.com/danbardellGuest: Jonathan Wilson - https://twitter.com/jonawilsGuest: Ben McAleer - https://twitter.com/BenMcAleer1Editor: Tom Pollard Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
While it's not quite planting season, fear not – there are still creative ways you can grow and harvest food today, and, of course, it's never too early to start planning ahead for spring. So this week, in our food special, we explore the many ways you can enjoy the different tastes and flavours of a winter garden. Woodland Ecologist and author Artur Cisar-Erlach delves into the many unusual and delicious ways of using trees in the kitchen, RHS Chief Horticulturist Guy Barter takes us to a supermarket to share all the cheap and easy ways we can grow fruit and veg from food scraps, and Paul Oswick closes out the show with a tour of the nearly 100 seed potato varieties sold at Clockhouse Nursery in North London. Links: The Flavor of Wood: In Search of the Wild Taste of Trees From Smoke and Sap to Root and Bark Grow your own fruit, vegetables, and herbs Clockhouse Nursery
ATTACHMENT is a horror romance about Maja, a has-been actress in Denmark, who falls in love with Leah, a young, Jewish academic visiting from the UK. When Leah suffers a mysterious seizure, Maja fears their whirlwind romance might be cut short and decides to follow Leah back to her home in London. There, Maja meets her new downstairs neighbour Leah's mother, Chana. An overbearing, seemingly religious and highly secretive woman, Chana seems resistant to all of Maja's attempts to win her over. And as Maja notices strange occurrences in the building, she begins to suspect that Chana's secrets could be much darker than first anticipated. Written for Josephine Park, Gislason's longtime friend, and loosely inspired by stories from her life. Set in the Hasidic area of North London, where Gislason lived for years, the film draws heavily on Yiddish folklore art and literature, portraying a highly fictionalized — but deeply affectionate — rendering of the culture that originated them. Award-winning actor David Dencik (No Time to Die, Men & Chicken) Josephine Park, Ellie Kendrick, and Sofie Gråbøl. Director Gabriel Bier Gislason joins us for a conversation on writing the script with a specific actor in mind, drawing upon his own religious background in creating this gripping folkloric Danish tale of demonic possession, Jewish tradition, a mother's love and other intimate relationships. For more go to: shudder.com
Musa and Ryan begin with a brief discussion on the CPS no longer pursuing the Mason Greenwood case (5:33). They then move on to a wild Premier League weekend, as Everton deservedly beat Arsenal in Sean Dyche's first game in charge (11:43) and Spurs did their North London rivals a favour by beating Manchester City thanks to Harry Kane's record-breaking goal (19:37). There's chat about Wolves' win over Liverpool (27:32) and the rest of the Premier League results (33:50) before heading to the continent for the Milan derby (45:26) and a round-up of some other key games. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence in any form, help is available. Refuge provides free, confidential support 24/7. Call 0808-2000-247, or visit refuge.org. Women's Aid is also available at Womensaid.org or 0808-2000-247, a Men's Advice Line is available at 0808-801-0327, and the National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline is 0800-999-5428. For international resources on these topics, please visit spotify.com/resources. Hosts: Ryan Hunn and Musa Okwonga Producer: Ryan Hunn Additional Production: Jonathan Fisher Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A full slate of Premier League matches is what awaits those who are interested this weekend. Proceedings are kicked off and bookended with interesting matches. Chelsea will welcome west London rivals Fulham to Stamford Bridge. Potter and Co will need to quickly integrate all the new faces at Chelsea in order to try and salvage a Champions League birth for next season. With roughly half the games left to play, there is certainly time for Chelsea to achieve that goal. The end of the weekend sees the Champions Manchester City travel to North London to take on a Spurs team that will be without their fiery manager. Antonio Conte will miss the match due to having gallbladder surgery this week; how will his team cope in his absence? Elsewhere, the Sean Dyche era kicks off at Goodison Park with a visit from top of the table Arsenal. Drop a comment below and let us know which games you'll be watching this weekend. Join the RCR discord to chat with the boys and set up chess games: https://discord.gg/wzJQxR64rk If you're looking for custom apparel in the Falls Church area of Northern Virginia, check out TBS Impressions: https://tbsimpressions.com/ Connect with us on social media. Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/RedCard_Radio Brad: https://twitter.com/KSBradG Sean: https://twitter.com/WhiteHart_Sean James: https://twitter.com/JamesTiffany Time Stamps to come #podcast #vodcast #soccer #epl #football #arsenal #chelsea #tottenham #manchestercity #liverpool #manchesterunited #worldcup #qatar2022 #fifa --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/redcardradio/message
… and Frankie stands firm: no sex for gay people This week the three hosts are finally back together. We start by congratulating Edzard Ernst on his 75th birthday, yippie! In TWISH we hear about the first tele-evangelist / remote healer of Hungary before diving into pope Francis' terrible take on gay sex which for some reason is being hailed as very progressive (it is not). Then we get into the news: UK: Medical tribunal ends with 9 months ban from practicing for doctor Sarah Myhill spreading falsehoods about COVID-19 UK: Hocus Pocus – Richard Wiseman‘s new book out SWEDEN / FINLAND: Different takes on burning the Quran INTERNATIONAL: Nominations for the John Maddox Prize 2023 now open INTERNATIONAL: Transparency International finds Hungary worst for corruption in all of EU, Denmark world's best The Bnois Jerusalem Girls School in North London gets this week's Really Wrong award for teaching creationism(!) and at the same time no sex education to its students. Segments: Intro; Greetings; TWISH; Pontus Pokes The Pope; News; Really Wrong; Quote And Farewell; Outro; Out-Takes;
More or Less: Behind the Stats
Has trade with the EU increased since Britain left the European Union? Tim Harford and the team look at a claim suggesting just that. There's a row over the renaming of a street in North London previously called Black Boy Lane – but how much has it really all cost? Also are there more pensioners in “millionaire households” than pensioners in poverty. And mathematician Hannah Fry talks about a new study suggesting cases of ovarian cancer can be detected by looking at spending on loyalty cards.
Town Hall Seattle Arts & Culture Series
Why are mystery novels so captivating? Well, name a better way to be thrilled without ever having to leave your own home … For over 30 years, #1 New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth George has been penning page-turners for crime novel enthusiasts around the globe. This winter, the Seattle-based writer is back with the paperback release of her latest book Something to Hide. This book is #21 in George's A Lynley Novel series, known for involving crimes that are “deeply shocking and suspenseful.” This time, Acting Detective Superintendent Thomas Lynley and Detective Sergeants Barbara Havers and Winston Nkata investigate the murder of one of their own: a police detective sergeant who was working on a special task force in North London's Nigerian community. When an autopsy reveals the murderous act that precipitated her death, Lynley is assigned to the case, which he soon learns has far-reaching and unexpected cultural associations. Lynley, Havers, and Nkata must sort through the lies of people whose superficial cooperation masks the damage they do to one another. And just when we think we know who the killer is, George turns the tables. With a combination of adventure, sociocultural implications, and engaging characters, Something to Hide is a world familiar to seasoned readers of George's writing, and enrapturing to newcomers. Elizabeth George is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty-one psychological suspense novels, four young adult novels, two books of nonfiction, and two short-story collections. Her work has been honored with the Anthony and Agatha awards, two Edgar nominations, and both France's and Germany's first prize for crime fiction. She lives in Washington State. Moira Macdonald is a longtime arts critic for The Seattle Times, writing primarily about books, movies and dance. Something to Hide: A Lynley Novel (Hardcover) Third Place Books
A bit of a reality check for Marco Silva's men, as Fulham fell victim to a brilliant Harry Kane goal which sealed victory for Spurs at Craven Cottage on Monday. The game was as frustrating as TFLs revised timetable, as the boys in white failed to capitalise on early pressure and then were stifled out in the 2nd half thanks to Tottenham's game management. Yes, Fulham missed the opportunity to leapfrog our North London rivals and go 5th... However, despite the result there are still plenty of reasons to be cheerful. Fulham still sit 7th in the league, dreams of Europe live on, and we have a belter of a podcast for you to ease the frustration. Coops, Isabelle and JK are joined by creator and star of BBC's 'This Country' (and most importantly, avid Fulham fan) Charlie Cooper, who gives his take on Monday night's action. In part 2 of the podcast we answer some of your listener questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
There are barn cinders all over North London! Marcus, Jim, Vish and David react to an epic tussle between Arsenal and Manchester United.In more exciting news, Jim meets Jack Wilshere, Kate meets Frank Lampard, and everyone wishes that Liverpool didn't meet Chelsea. Surprisingly, David then makes the case for Dychey at Everton and we discover why Kaoru Mitoma is so bloody good. And a Ramble legend returns to the fold in the Championship. He'd bite your hand off for a draw.Tweet us @FootballRamble and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.Join us for our next live watchalong in London in February! Just sign up for our Patreon to get involved. You'll also get access to ad-free Rambles, full video episodes and loads more: patreon.com/footballramble.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Talk of the Devils - A show about Manchester United
Andy Mitten and Laurie Whitwell join Ian Irving for a jam-packed Monday edition, sore from a rousing but ultimately fruitless trip to North London. Still, there's a Carabo Cup semi-final to look forward to... and, after changes to the Stretford End were announced, there's another Old Trafford date for our WSL table-toppers. Produced by Ollie Bellwood *** • Sign up for a one-dollar-per-month trial period to take your business to the next level at shopify.com/reddevils • Get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase at athleticgreens.com/devils Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Arseblog - the Arsecasts, Arsenal podcasts
In this episode I'm joined by Amy Lawrence to reflect further on a f*ck off win in the North London derby, the idea of a siege mentality within the squad and how important it is, Mikel Arteta's role in building that, the excitement and fear that comes with the opportunity that the club have this season, plus discussion of the January transfer window and the potential additions after missing out on Mykhaylo Mudryk, and more.Follow Amy @amylawrence71Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The lads talk about the rivalry weekend that transpired. Matchups between Tottenham & Arsenal, Manchester United & Manchester City, as well as Barcelona & Real Madrid in the Spanish Supercopa. Also touching on the latest Chelsea transfer news, and Ligue 1 updates --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blazereviewinc/support
Tion Wayne speaks about his rise, growing up in London, Pop Smoke, investing in his music, how his life changed since and more. ----- 00:00 Intro 0:05 Tion on if he feels like he's the hottest rapper in the UK 2:30 Tion breaks down growing up in North London and when he started to take music seriously 4:20 Tion on how the UK Drill scene helped the region be more noticed commercially 6:10 Tion talks Pop Smoke coming to the UK and music helping the two countries connect more 9:15 Tion on his first few songs that blew up that happened to transcend different era's in UK rap 11:00 Tion on how his first songs he made with Russ Millions went platinum and shying away from promoting the wrong things in his music 14:20 Tion on always believing in a song and put money behind it, like his song "Body" 15:50 Tion on how he feels about people monetizing things he did in the streets when he was younger on YouTube 19:20 Tion on the thin line between representing where he's coming from and doing things to gain attention for the wrong reasons 21:05 Tion stands on his statements of not needing recognition from the U.S. to make it 23:50 Tion on how he linked up with Fivio Foreign on the "Body" Remix 26:00 Tion talks about ArrDee and Central Cee 28:00 Tion on making music with artists in other countries that don't speak English 28:40 Tion talks about how his life has changed after acquiring fame and how security has changed 30:20 Tion on if having songs that already went mainstream affects his creative process in the studio 32:00 If he feels like he's more concerned since gaining so much attention and some officers even being a fan of his music 33:00 Tion talks not growing up around a lot of w people, but having a lot of w fans 34:45 Tion on how he was able to get his accounting degree, how the Nigerian culture really emphasized education and always wanting to start his own accounting firm 37:45 Tion on what made him want to incorporate iShowSpeed in one of his music videos and speaks on KSI pivoting from streaming to music 39:50 Tion gives Giggs his flowers for kicking down doors 41:45 Tion speaks on the police setting up a fake recording studio as a sting in his hood 43:30 Tion gives his advice to any artist who is in the position he was in 10 years ago 45:50 Tion speaks on getting into it on a plane in Dubai 47:45 Tion talks new music, releasing a mixtape soon and working with Blxst ----- NO JUMPER PATREON http://www.patreon.com/nojumper CHECK OUT OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5te... FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! http://www.nojumper.com/ SUBSCRIBE for new interviews (and more) weekly: http://bit.ly/nastymondayz Follow us on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ENxb4B... iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/n... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
HEADLINES - who is winning the "Shakira vs Piqué" break-up, what happens now with Benjamin Mendy and we pick favorites among Puskas nominees WEEKLY WHAT IF [17:00] - how would things be different if the Premier League were decided by cumulative goal differential rather than normal points system? PREMIER LEAGUE [20:30] - breakdown of Manchester and North London Dærbies including in depth debate about if Rashford was offside and lots of butthurting from Sam (respectively), pain everywhere in Merseyside, Power Rankings and preview of the week ahead f/t massive midweek games for United and City plus Sunday's big one between Arsenal and United STOPPAGE TIME [1:07:00] - Ivan Toney's Best Bets and GOAWs
On this episode: + North London derby reaction + Crucial two weeks for Antonio Conte EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal ➼ https://nordvpn.com/goldguest Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee! Nord VPN terms and conditions apply. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joe Devine, JJ Bull and Jon Mackenzie are here to talk about some football. Events in London and Manchester are the first focus for the fellas in this episode. We start with league leaders Arsenal. Is the title theirs to lose now? The Gunners beat North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur. For Spurs, this defeat raises many, many questions. Moving on to Manchester, a win for United over City continued the Ten Hagian revolution for the Red Devils. But are they in the title mix now too? Liverpool lost again, this time against a brilliant Brighton who have taken to DeZerbi's methods like a seagull to a bag of chips. Plus, we explore the Premier League's bottom. Relegation to be precise. At least eight teams are in the mix at our count. But who will drop out by season's end? Finally, a word or two is said about Napoli, who sit imperiously atop Serie A with a nine point lead having just put five past Juventus. Bellissima. The Tifo football podcast is presented by Joe Devine and produced by Steve Hankey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Max Rushden is joined by Jonathan Wilson, Troy Townsend and Nooruddean Choudry to discuss the dramatic Premier League matches. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
Host Ricky Sacks is joined by returning guests Richard Cracknell, Matt Hayes and Darren Hartman to reflect on Tottenham Hotspur's 2-0 North London derby defeat against Arsenal in the Premier League and also look ahead to Spurs' trip to the Etihad to face Manchester City on Thursday. A quick shout out from our sponsors at the Beavertown Corner Pin. That's the Beavertown pub bang opposite the South Stand. If you're looking for a change to your usual beer, or thinking of trying something a bit different this January then Beavertown have got a cracking alcohol free IPA, Lazer Crush. That's Lazer Crush Alcohol free IPA, available in good grocery shops and online at: https://beavertownbrewery.co.uk/collections/alcohol-free-beer You can also book your spot to future televised away games on their website: https://beavertownbrewery.co.uk/pages/corner-pin Grab an EXCLUSIVE Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + a Bonus Gift by going to ➼ https://nordvpn.com/lwos Try it now, It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee! An independent Tottenham Hotspur Fan Channel providing instant post-match analysis and previews to every single Spurs match along with a range of former players, managers & special guests. Please can we ask you to take this opportunity to *SUBSCRIBE* to the Last Word On Spurs and THANKS FOR WATCHING. Whilst watching our content we would greatly appreciate if you can LIKE the video and SUBSCRIBE to the channel, along with leaving a COMMENT below. - DIRECT CHANNEL INFORMATION: - Media/General Enquiries: email@example.com - SOCIALS: * Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/LastWordOnSpurs * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/LastWordOnSpurs * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LastWordOnSpurs * Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/@LastWordOnSpurs * YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LastWordOnSpurs WEBSITE: www.lastwordonspurs.com #THFC #TOTTENHAM #NLD Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Arseblog - the Arsecasts, Arsenal podcasts
In this episode it's a great day as we relive the 2-0 win over Spurs in the North London derby. We chat about Arsenal's control in the first half, the goals we scored, and the importance of Aaron Ramsdale's performance – not least the timing of some of his saves. There's spotlight on Martin Odegaard as his fine form continues, how different this was from the game last May and why, and the unseemly scenes at the end of the game and Spurs culpability in that regard. We also answer listener questions about transfers after Mykhaylo Mudryk signed for Chelsea, what now for Arsenal in the market? Plus questions about Oleksandr Zinchenko, pivotal results in Mikel Arteta's tenure, Gabriel's consistency and lots more.Video of Arsenal fan in Spurs end: https://twitter.com/allsparkswill/status/1614715131941756928Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Total Soccer Show: USMNT, EPL, MLS, Champions League and more ...
Ryan, Joe, Taylor and Graham are here to look back upon the biggest matchups of the weekend, including Utd's superb navigation of the Manchester Derby, Arsenal's triumph over an uninspired Tottenham in North London, Barcelona's SuperCup Clasico win and Napoli's huge result over fierce rivals Juventus... -- JOIN THE TSS+ PATREON! Check out our brand-new Patreon, which houses bonus podcasts, access to our exclusive Discord, blog posts, videos, and much more. Become a member today at patreon.com/totalsoccershow! -- Sponsors! LinkedIn! LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/TSS! Rocket Money! Cancel unwanted subscriptions – and manage your expenses the easy way – by going to rocketmoney.com/TSS! Helix! Get up to $350 off all mattress orders AND two free pillows when you visit HelixSleep.com/TSS Better Help! Visit BetterHelp.com/TSS today to get 10% off your first month Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Handbrake Off - A show about Arsenal
Joining Ian Stone this week to discuss the derby victory over Tottenham is Amy Lawrence and Art de Roche. Spirits are high following Arsenal's slick victory at the weekend, their first at Spurs' ground since 2014 so the panel take a moment to dwell on the little things in the win that particularly pleased. They discuss the star performances of Odegaard, Ramsdale, and Saka but also reflect on what was a sour end to the match. Transfer wise though it has not been a good weekend as key target Mudryk joined Chelsea after the Blues came in and gazumped Arsenal's offer meaning the club now go back to the drawing board for what's left of the January window. And we take a moment to talk about Arsenal's 1-1 draw with Chelsea in the WSL too RUNNING ORDER PART 1 - Little moments that pleased (01.00) PART 2 - Tottenham 0-2 Arsenal (06.00) PART 3a - Mudryk hopes dashed (35.00) PART 3b - Arsenal 1-1 Chelsea (44.00) PART 3c - Emirates Artwork (47.00) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast
On this edition of the ArsenalVision Podcast, Elliot (@yankeegunner) is joined by Clive (@clivepafc), Tim (@stillmanator) and Paul (@poznaninmypants) to discuss Arsenal's demolition of Spurs at their stadium. The conversation covers the team performance, the gulf in class, the individuals who stood out, the changes late in the game, and what the club needs to do to ensure this season becomes one to remember forever. Plus plenty of laughing at Tottenham. All that and more on this edition of the ArsenalVision Podcast. Signup for our Patreon at patreon.com/arsenalvisionpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The FC crew reach to Napoli's 5-1 humbling of Juventus. Alessandro Del Piero joins the show to break down Juve's first loss in 9 league matches and praises Napoli's duo of Victor Osimhen and Khvicha Kvaratskhelia. Plus, Don Hutchison and Jan Aage Fjortoft help preview both the North London and Manchester derbies this weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sports Gambling Podcast Network
It's been quite the week for Malcolm Bamford and Barry Penaluna on the Premier League Gambling Podcast. The EFL Cup Quarterfinals brought loads of winning picks with them. This weekend sees a return to Premier League action after the FA Cup break, and we have 2 huge derbies to handicap. On Saturday, Manchester City take on Manchester United at Old Trafford, and on Sunday all eyes or on North London as Spurs play Arsenal. SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app Check out SGPN.TV Support us by supporting our partners WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Underdog Fantasy code SGPN - 100% Deposit Match up to $100 - https://sg.pn/underdog FFPC Playoff Challenge code SGP - $25 promo off first FFPC entry of $35 or more - https://sg.pn/ffpc Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
**You can listen to the full episode and join our Patreon community here: patreon.com/footballramble**It's North London derby weekend! So last week on the Football Ramble Patreon, Marcus and Jim took a trip down memory lane...Every Sunday, we release a brand new bonus Ramble exclusively for our Patreon subscribers. This month, we're running a series called The Teams of Our Lives, where different Ramblers step into the studio for half an hour to relive football's greatest sides and their experience of them. From Pete on Bobby Robson's Newcastle, to Andy on Pep's Barcelona, what's not to love?!Get these episodes, ad-free Ramble and Upfront episodes, and more for just $5/month. Just head over to patreon.com/footballramble for more information! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's derby weekend, baby! And that's just Moore vs Brassell…Marcus, Andy, Pete and Luke look ahead to two juicy derbies in Manchester and North London! Plus, Andy gets an absolute battering over another shameful Wout Weghorst prediction and Chelsea take their new car out of the parking lot and immediately get it written off. Oh dear Graham.Tweet us @FootballRamble and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.Sign up for our Patreon for exclusive live events, ad-free Rambles, full video episodes and loads more: patreon.com/footballramble.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Totally Football Show with James Richardson
Jimbo's joined by Duncan Alexander, Carl Anka and Tom Williams ahead of a mouthwatering Premier League weekend. Man City are knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Southampton, ahead of the Manchester derby against red-hot United. Hear how City have been low-key underwhelming for a while and why that might be. We also look ahead to a pivotal North London derby, Who can counterpunch their way to the local bragging rights? Plus Adam Crafton pops in to tell us about QSI's interest in Spurs. Elsewhere, the relegation 12 pointer between Everton and Southampton, what would constitute an upset at Brighton Liverpool, and which fixture is a Paul Rudd meme of a match? Produced by Charlie Jones. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: A Welshman's Gareth Bale memories (01.00) • PART 2a: Southampton 2-0 Man City (07.00) • PART 2b: Manchester derby preview (15.00) • PART 3a: Adam Crafton on QSI's interest in Spurs (26.00) • PART 3b: North London derby preview (35.00) • PART 4a: Brighton v Liverpool preview (42.00) • PART 4b: Burn's Newcastle take on Fulham (46.00) • PART 4c: Chelsea v Crystal Palace preview (50.00) • PART 5: The rest of the League Cup and Premier League action (55.00) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1.99 A MONTH FOR 12 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
HEADLINES: we debate newly retired Gareth Bale's underratedness and discuss NWSL's decision to ban four coaches for life WEEKLY WHAT IF [7:45]: if you were sentenced to a trial by combat and had to pick someone from MLS... who you picking? PREMIER LEAGUE [11:15]: FA Cup 3rd round recap featuring some big cupsets, a shockingly peaceable Power Rankings plus a look ahead to this week's massive North London and Manchester dærbies (with predictions) STOPPAGE TIME [38:15]: Ivan Toney's Best Bets and GOAWs