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Imagine two inflatable bathtubs, lots of foam and Flex & Froomes interviewing Grammy award winner Flume! They chat about his new album ‘Palaces' which is out now, draw portraits of each other, plus so much more.
Everton are FINALLY safe!!! James and Ryan couldn't be happier to bring you all the lows and highs from a truly epic night at Goodison. It was a tale of two halves, but Everton and Frank Lampard somehow find a way to come back from 2 down to win 3-2 and ensure Everton have yet another season at the top level of the English football pyramid. The ATP get into ALL OF IT from the tactical decisions to the pivotal moments and of course some of the crazy numbers from one of the most dramatic matches we've ever seen. We have a ton of listener comments that as usual, capture things even better than we can ourselves. LINKS: https://linktr.ee/usatoffeepod Intro: Steve Barkwill Production: James Boyman Outro: Kenboib Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kevin and Kieran analyse what happens next now that Derby County's administrators have exchanged contracts for the sale of the club with Chris Kirchner, and find out why a coalition of clubs including Arsenal, Palace, West Ham and Brighton have filed a lawsuit against insurers. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @pof_pod Support The Price of Football on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/priceoffootball Check out the Price of Football merchandise store: https://the-price-of-football.backstreetmerch.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this series we discuss the book Glimpses of a Golden Childhood by OSHO. In the unlikely situation of sitting in his dentist chair, Osho shares stories from his early years. These stories are filled with rebellion, conflict, excitement and mischief. From jumping off suicide spots to confronting his very own teachers, Osho as a child was a force unlike any other. The Osho phenomenon often induces astonishment beyond belief – and these stories do not disappoint! Learn Developmental Psychology: https://www.udemy.com/course/draft/4198002/?referralCode=231420FB84FE700AE286 Learn Time Travel and Lucid Dreaming Methods: https://www.udemy.com/course/time-travel/?referralCode=75A0CD67A06929D40550 Check out my Udemy instructor profile: https://www.udemy.com/user/dosta-3/ Check out my Graffiti channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC5OBsGtVMhGDiGiJ3yPvQg Follow DELM on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/delm413/ Check out my Music channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4vj9mQw0231izQXfUppnwg Talks on Tantra and Sex: https://onlyfans.com/dosta Podcast on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/andrew-lake-podcast/id1439388762?mt=2 Podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/36T6M5UiOt9E35U6faNQUi Dosta YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzanoRaVmvE&t=15s Discover The Chronicles of Dosta: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvn6OHvvKedz2OdVozaKRuA/videos Learn Public Speaking and Voice Awareness: https://www.udemy.com/course/public-speaking-and-voice-awareness-techniques/?referralCode=E14F4ABA11339CECD409 Learn MDMA Online: https://www.udemy.com/course/mdma-nyw/?referralCode=A82F4DAC24E593162453 MDMA Promo Vid: https://youtu.be/MH3cT1mfPvY Theme song music by pmajor: https://pmajor.bandcamp.com/album/static-on-the-frequency Support my work directly on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/dosta Related terms: Meditation. Awareness. Psychology. Culture. Personal Development. History. English Literature. Philosophy. Greek Philosophy. Consciousness. Perception. The Dosta Method. Developmental Psychology. Self Help. Music. Time Travel. Time Dilation. Ecstasy. Guided Meditation. Education. Skill Development. High-Level Functioning. Self-Knowledge. Relationship Advice. Motivation. Knowledge. Book Smart. Intelligence. Tantra. Awareness Techniques. Mysticism. Religion. Antiquity. Classical History. Stoicism. Hermeticism. Mythology. Cultural Commentary. Public Discourse. Intellectual Explorations. Explanation. Clarity. Wisdom. Insight. Truth. Beauty. Love.
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The Athletic's Michael Cox and Mark Carey join host Ali Maxwell to explore the shortlist for this season's Premier League Manager of the Season... How the award should be judged, who else deserved a nomination and should we be able to use underlying metrics to make a better case for some of them. Is Thomas Frank the best pound-for-pound boss (literally ££), should Eddie Howe even be eligible and has David Moyes become a victim of his recent success? Plus, whether or not it's still too soon to judge Vieira at Palace, if Klopp's incredible cup runs count, does a 'new manager bounce' actually exist and what the numbers can tell us about Antonio Conte and Mikel Arteta's respective progress.
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Dan Bardell celebrates the permanent signing of Philippe Coutinho with club correspondent Gregg Evans on The Athletic's podcast all about Aston Villa. At a reduced fee, and with a significant wage cut for the player, it looks like Villa's administrators have played a blinder, but is Barcelona's 50% share of a future transfer fee significant? Considering the ink was still fresh on that deal, and with a tribute to Villa's European Cup winners before kick-off, the performance against Palace, and the crowd, were strangely flat. What explains the muted atmosphere at Villa Park of late?
On this week's edition of the Palace of Pistons Podcast, Mike Anguilano and Aaron Johnson are in the studio to discuss the results of the NBA Draft Lottery for the 2022 NBA Draft. The Detroit Pistons fell in the lottery, and will pick 5th in the 2022 NBA Draft on June 23rd. Mike and Aaron discuss a night went wrong, who might be available for Detroit at 5, if they could trade the pick, and much more on this week's show.
Are fans doing too much at games nowadays? Takeo and Tutan speak about the Chris Paul fan incident in Dallas, Mike Tyson altercation on a plane and Malice in the Palace. They even bring up stories from their time in the NFL. What are your thoughts? Subscribe To Our Podcast: https://linktr.ee/BehindTheMask Follow us: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thebtmpodcast/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/thebtmpodcast FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thebtmpodcast/ TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@thebtmpodcast Creator, Host & Executive Producer: Takeo Spikes Co-Host & Executive Producer: Tutan Reyes Produced by Behind the Mask Media, LLC Sounds Powered by DJ JWATTZ (c) 2022 The Behind The Mask Podcast #ChrisPaul #MikeTyson #MaliceInThePalace
This week we're talking about the very best of the best games that you can play with children, gamers, and everyone in between. Gateway games have been talked to death, so what about games that work as gateways without being specifically designed for adults? Let's dig in. Acquisition Disorders: Terracotta Army, The Palaces of Carrara (Second Edition At the Table: Marvel United: X-Men If you haven't yet, be sure to connect with us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/boardgamersanonymous), Twitter (http://twitter.com/bgapodcast), and on our website (www.boardgamersanonymous.com). You can support the show as well by donating on Patreon (www.patreon.com/bga) or using our Amazon affiliate link.
Welcome back to the Passive Mobile Home Park Investing Podcast, hosted by Andrew Keel. On this episode of the Passive Mobile Home Park Investing Podcast, Andrew talks with Jim Glasgow of Pa at lace Way Management. Jim and Andrew have a great discussion about various topics including: property zoning needs for manufactured housing, different housing types and the need for affordability, ground up development processes, budgeting within a ground up mobile home park development and also what backlogs and supply chain constraints there are in the current construction market and how this is effecting real estate. Jim has over a decade of experience in real estate investing and syndication. He also has experience on the corporate side as an executive and business owner. His experience in real estate includes residential properties, mobile home park investing, commercial real estate properties, land, real estate development, and construction. He is a general partner at Palace Way Management and Palace Way Syndicates and is currently developing mobile home parks and industrial business parks in Texas. Andrew Keel is the owner of Keel Team, LLC, a Top 100 Owner of Manufactured Housing Communities with over 2,000 lots under management. His team currently manages over 30 manufactured housing communities across more than ten states. His expertise is in turning around under-managed manufactured housing communities by utilizing proven systems to maximize the occupancy while reducing operating costs. He specializes in bringing in homes to fill vacant lots, implementing utility bill back programs, and improving overall management and operating efficiencies, all of which significantly boost the asset value and net operating income of the communities. Andrew has been featured on some of the Top Podcasts in the manufactured housing space, click here to listen to his most recent interviews: https://www.keelteam.com/podcast-links. In order to successfully implement his management strategy Andrew's team usually moves on location during the first several months of ownership. Find out more about Andrew's story at AndrewKeel.com. Talking Points:
Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait discuss FA Youth Cup glory, a magical Old Trafford night, Erik ten Hag's pre-start to life as MUFC manager and Crystal Palace away. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Members of Operation: American Defense struggle to overcome the German battalion entrenched in a ravine in Tunisia. Meanwhile, Omission slips away to investigate something more nefarious behind the Nazi occupation of this North African village... Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/PxbfcpTJu2 Cast: David (he/him; @MrBananaSocks) as the Editor in Chief, Mitch (he/they; @mitchbustillos) as Omission (he/him), Marlo (she/her; @boggwitch) as Crystal Gazer (she/her), Phil (he/them; @BMCPHILANTHROPY) as Torchbearer (he/him), Kristie (she/her; @PolishKristie) as Geiger Gwen (she/her), Occam (they/them; @occamsockemrobo) as Dr. Fusion (he/him), Kari (she/her) as Sister Solstice (she/her) Music in this episode: The Army Goes Rolling Along by the U.S. Army Band, Jumpin' at the Woodside by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, Grieg: Holberg Suite, Op. 40 - IV. Air by Berliner Philharmoniker, Vivaldi: Concerto No.4 in F minor, Op.8, RV 297, " L'inverno ", Allegro Non Molto by Teatro La Fenice Orchestra, A Night in Tunisia by Boyd Raeburn, President Palace (v3) by Patrick Smith, Second Part - The Sacrifice by San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
Is it truly a proper season of Eyre on Air if we don't watch a Gong Li movie? This week we're discussing the 1991 film Raise the Red Lantern, directed by Zhang Yimou and based on the book Wives and Concubiones by Su Tong. Important talking points include America's Next Top Model (Concubine), The Muppets (as usual), and the very realistic Chinese historical drama Emperesses in the Palace. Happy listening!
Talk about a "fresh meat (cute)", creeps! Cover your hear holes if you haven't already seen "X" (2022) because this'n is chock-full of spoilers to avoid until you have. Pour yourself a tall glass of lemonade, prop up your barkin' dogs and prepare for banter of the XXX variety! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/4forgore/support
The Spanish Film Festival presented by Palace returns in 2022 with a curated selection of 34 films offering film lovers a cinematic journey across Spain and Latin America. The 24th edition of the festival features two key programme strands: New Spanish Cinema and Cine Latino.Benjamin Zeccola – Spanish Film Festival #SpanishFilmFest was first posted on May 14, 2022 at 7:05 pm.©2015 "Fred English Channel". Use of this feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in your feed reader, then the site is guilty of copyright infringement. Please contact me at email@example.com
Er gilt als einer der besten Pianisten, als "Maestro des Klaviers", ja als Kultfigur: Grigory Solokov. Auf seiner neuen Live-Aufnahme spielt der 72-Jährige drei Sonaten von Haydn und Impromptus von Schubert. Auch die bei ihm üblichen sechs Zugaben sind auf dem Doppelalbum mit dabei.
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Why does the music in the sabacc scene sound like a romantic comedy? What does a cortical homunculus have to do with Solo? How does The Lodge compare to the other watering holes of Star Wars? Tony Thaxton returns to the show to talk about all of this and more in minutes 56-60 of Solo: A Star Wars Story! Discussion Guide: 00:00 - Hello there! 03:27 - Musical playfulness of a romantic comedy. 10:36 - Do you remember watching Solo for the first time? 18:07 - Music with room for interludes and flourishes. 23:52 - Lapti Nek's many versions. 27:28 - As a person that nerds out on score... 34:40 - Argus “Six Eyes” Panox, tangent about biomechanics awareness, drawing details, homunculus, vivid filmmaking... 45:15 - ...iPhone ringtone debate, thinking vs. feeling rhythms and notes, dance choreographers, Ringo Starr, making vs. theorizing music. 57:36 - The "chomper" alien Crocin, who eats his cards. 1:01:55 - Reading from the Solo novelization. 1:10:14 - Tell me about Therm Scissorpunch, giant lobster. 1:16:11 - What's your favorite Star Wars cantina/hangout spot? Jabba's Palace. 1:26:23 - Questions for Tony. 1:33:32 - SWMM Questionnaire Things to Check Out: "Fun with Cigarettes" from Orange is the New Black (by Gwendolyn Sanford, Brandon Jay, Scott Doherty) - https://youtu.be/fhxYrHKpjQ0 Alien Compendium: Solo - https://alienanthology.wordpress.com/2018/09/22/alien-compendium-solo/ cortical homunculus - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cortical_homunculus Bizarre Albums - Bizarre Singles "Lapti Nek" episode: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1CEByMXYTIbWuDceiTJf7w?si=8ylsnwZ0TiGb8mR9gHR-GA Star Wars: A New Hope sound design explained by Ben Burtt (INDEPTH Sound Design) - https://youtu.be/So0nmciiFJg Musical Themes: 2. Rebel Fanfare 7a. Enfys Nest 1 Where are we in the soundtrack(s)?: "Sabacc Game (3M25)" or "Is This Seat Taken?" Star Wars Music Minute Questionnaire: 1. In exactly 3 words, what does Star Wars sound like? Excitement. Celebration. Fun. 2. What's something related to Star Wars music or sound that you want to learn more about? Ben Burtt and how all those sounds were made. 3. What's a score or soundtrack you're fond of besides anything Star Wars? Pee-wee's Big Adventure (composed by Danny Elfman) Guest: Tony Thaxton Twitter: https://twitter.com/tonythaxton Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tonythaxton/ Bizarre Albums (podcast): https://www.bizarrealbums.com/ Bizarre Albums Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bizarrealbums Motion City Soundtrack Tour (June-July 2022): https://motioncitysoundtrack.com/tour ------------------ If you want to support the show and join my Discord server with other Star Wars music nerds, consider becoming a patron! https://patreon.com/chrysanthetan If you enjoyed this episode and want to show extra appreciation, feel free to buy me a coffee and shout out the guest! https://buymeacoffee.com/starwarsmusmin Leave a voice message, and I might play it on the show... https://starwarsmusicminute.com/comlink Where else to find SWMM: Spotify: https://smarturl.it/swmm-spotify Apple Podcasts: https://smarturl.it/swmm-apple YouTube: https://youtube.com/starwarsmusicminute TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@starwarsmusicminute? Twitter: https://twitter.com/StarWarsMusMin Instagram: https://instagram.com/starwarsmusicminute Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1. From the Stands of Villa Park - Coutinho Signs! Hero and Villain of the week - Liverpool Review 2. Vital Statistics - Preview of the Palace game 3. Villa Transfer Fee Trivia - Who are our most expensive signings ever? Guest: Sam Host: AJ Twitter: @villapodcast Instagram: @thevillatalks Youtube: /thevillatalkspodcast Sponsored by Mibe Digital. Please subscribe and follow. UTV
Before heading out to do battle with Eteran Nationalists on The Blood Road, the Dex kids escape to the tiny town outside the Palace grounds to sample the night life.In They're Afraid of You , Interlude 6 of The Dex Legacy you can hear Kelsey Griffin as Isra Charlie Richards as RenKam Elliott as VarianDanyelle Ellett as FarrisEmily Inkpen as AutoJohn Baverton as "Bouncer 1"Chris Gregory as "Bouncer 2" With other voices by members of the castThe Dex Legacy is written by Emily InkpenThe original score is by Allen Stroud.The background dance track in this episode is by Chris GregoryProduction, sound design and editing are by Chris Gregory for Alternative Stories You can find out more by about us by visiting our website at https://www.thedexlegacy.com/You can follow us on twitter where we post as https://twitter.com/thedexlegacyAnd Instagram where you'll find us at https://www.instagram.com/thedexlegacyOur Facebook page is at https://www.facebook.com/thedexlegacySupport The Dex Legacy on Ko-Fi here https://ko-fi.com/thedexlegacyaudiodramaWatch out for merchandise, events and other goodies associated with the show, all available to buy via our Ko-Fi page.We would like to thank everyone who has left reviews or rated the Dex Legacy so far. We always appreciate new reviews and ratings which you can leave on Apple Podcasts / iTunes, Podchaser or Spotify.In the edition we shared an extract from the interview with Emily Inkpen and Chris Gregory from "The First Episode of" podcast which is presented by W. Keith Tims. You can listen to the full show along with all other episodes here http://alienghostrobot.com/the-first-episode-of.htmlA huge thank you to Keith for inviting us onto the show. Please also check out Keith's audio drama podcast The Book of Constellations here http://alienghostrobot.com/the-book-of-constellations.htmlIf you would like to comment on the show or ask questions you can contact us via social media or by email at email@example.com - please mark you email The Dex Legacy. Support the show
Today I read, “Fancy Nancy, Sand Castles and Sand Palaces” by Jane O'Connor! I hope you enjoy it! If you have any questions, email me at; firstname.lastname@example.org. If you haven't already, don't forget to subscribe to the Gumdrop Readers Youtube channel! All you have to do is search “Gumdrop Readers” on YouTube. Now you guys get to see the pictures! If you would like to support the podcast, you can donate at, https://anchor.fm/trinity-love-rocho/support Also, don't forget to follow Gumdrop Readers on Instagram and Facebook! (Instagram @gumdrop_readers and FaceBook @ Gumdrop Readers) Thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trinity-love-rocho/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trinity-love-rocho/support
Sponsored by Beer52. Go to www.beer52.com/fyp to claim your pack of 10 free beers now. You just cover just £5.95 for postage. We're back with our nostalgic spin-off series, this time Jim, Jesse and Richard pick their favourite moments of shithousery for and against Palace. PLUS we compile our Palace Shithouse XI just for our patrons over at: patreon.com/fyppodcast If you have a suggestion for a future PHP them, contact us here: Twitter: @fypfanzine Facebook: FYPFanzine Instagram: @fypfanzine email@example.com Check out Richard's website The Football Mine here: https://bit.ly/3FCw1HY
The Royal Family will use events around the Queen's Platinum Jubilee to bring Harry and Meghan closer to the rest of the family, according to one expert. After years of bad blood, Kate Mansey, assistant editor at the Mail on Sunday says she believes that the Queen wants a rapprochement with the Sussexes who quit royal working life in 2020. ‘There is generally a sense that they want to bring the Sussexes in, I think. They will be invited to lots of family occasions, just not the big, official numbers,' she tells our royal talk show Palace Confidential. That doesn't mean the initial encounters won't be awkward says the Daily Mail's Royal Editor Rebecca English, with much speculation about how the Sussexes will interact with the rest of the royals at a Jubilee thanksgiving service at St Paul's Cathedral on June 3. ‘The amount of time that they're seen interacting with other family members on camera will be fairly limited,' she tells the programme. ‘But as one source said to me the other week, the body language is going to be fascinating. I just hope for the Queen's sake it doesn't overshadow everything else that's going on over the weekend.' The Mail on Sunday's Editor At Large Charlotte Griffiths says the royal balcony will miss Harry's humour. ‘Harry cold have been the Duke of Edinburgh Mark Two, and we kind of need that,' she says. ‘The Royal Family do take themselves very seriously but there is a fun side to them and Harry just would have been brilliant at that and he could have brought a jocular side to balcony moments and things like that and we've lost that now.' Meanwhile royal biographer Hugo Vickers talks to the programme about A Royal Life, the memoirs he co-wrote with the Duke of Kent. The Daily Mail's Diary Editor Richard Eden believes that the duke's life shows what an opportunity has Harry missed. ‘It emphasises what we've lost and what I think Prince Harry could have been if he'd put loyalty and service at the forefront,' he tells the show. ‘I think they married very different women, I think Meghan didn't seem to have a plan to serve and to want to stay in this country. And I think she's helped encourage Harry to quit the Royal Family. Whereas in the Duke of Kent's case, he had a wife who was very supportive and did all she could to help him.' See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's edition of the Palace of Pistons Podcast, Mike Anguilano, Aaron Johnson, and Jasper Apollonia are back to discuss the latest rumor surrounding the Detroit Pistons. First, the guys go in-depth on the report stating that the Cleveland Cavaliers were interested in acquiring Jerami Grant from the Pistons. They take a look at the assets Cleveland has, including Caris LeVert, Lauri Markkanen, and Isaac Okoro, and determine if the Cavaliers are a suitable trade partner. Then, they take a look at the NBA Playoffs and the potential implications it may have for Detroit.
Our guest today is an entrepreneur and inventor with multiple patents. He is the Founder and CEO of COCO TAPS, a Las Vegas company that is the first to ever have been certified as a ZERO-WASTE company. He invented a tap device to turn a raw coconut into a drinkable & resealable container! It has been called the Tesla of coconut water. His product is sold on cruise ships and theme parks in Miami, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and many other places including over 20 Las Vegas resorts like Aria, Bellagio, Caesar's Palace, Wynn, Waldorf Astoria, Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, over 60 restaurants, and 40 convenience stores. He was featured on the hit TV shows SHARK TANK and THE PROFIT. He competed in two Ironmans in Hawaii. He plays the ukulele and the piano, and brings unmistakable energy anywhere he goes. Our topic? DISTINCTION. Brad and Coco Vinny discuss how to have skills with both things and people, living congruent with your values and beliefs, being respected and trusted, presenting yourself with strength and dignity, and being effective in leadership.
Listen to the Show Right Click to Save GuestsDiverse Space Dance Systema, Axioma, Delemma!What We Talked About Tony Nominations Paradise Square I'd be a soldier Adriana DeBose to host Pulitzer Prize for fat ham Into the Woods Palace theatre lifted 30' Dear Evan Hansen Lampika Covid Surge Summer/Fall (?) Thornton Wilder Documentary to stream Actor's Fund changes name Jesse Williams Leaked pics.. Take me out Patti LuPone yelling Thank you to Dean Johanesen, lead singer of "The Human Condition" who gave us permission to use "Step Right Up" as our theme song, so please visit their website.. they're good! (that's an order)
I have big news. A History of Byzantium baby is on the way. The purple room in the Palace is being prepared for the Autumn and I can assure you that the names Justinian and Theodora will not be under consideration. Of course I'm very excited. But it means I think we need to change the way the podcast is scheduled. I plan on being as involved as possible during the first few months of my baby's life. And so it won't be possible to keep a normal podcast routine. So what we're going to do is switch to a sort of TV schedule. Where there is silence for a few months and then I will release a complete series of episodes. So that when the podcast is on air, so to speak, you know that it will be out every week without fail and that whatever period of narrative we're in will reach a natural conclusion. This will include bonus episodes for those who subscribe over at Patreon.I feel more comfortable switching to this new schedule thanks to Patreon. It means that those of you who kindly support the show can manage your subscriptions however you see fit. And if you're still in any doubt about how Patreon works - you can pick up a subscription or cancel one any time you like. There is no contract or commitment. And when you resubscribe you get your benefits back instantly. We're going to switch to this new schedule immediately. So there will now be a period of silence before a run of episodes that will take us from the death of Manuel through to the sack of Constantinople in 1204. I won't be announcing any dates for this new schedule. The periods of silence will take as long as they take and then there will be loads of episodes in a row to enjoy. It will be an adjustment for all of us but I think it's for the best. I have pushed myself hard in the past to try and produce the podcast weekly and to leave as few gaps as possible and it can cause a lot of stress. History podcasting just does take a long time. Some topics take weeks to research. And the more I read the better the show gets. I'm hoping this new schedule will make life easier for you and for me. Thank you for your patience and for your support. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Join John and Tanya for a little bit of life talk, travel news, and a chat about all things Palace Resorts in Cancun! Palace and Le Blanc Resorts is a fantastic all-inclusive brand with relaxing adult-only options and family-friendly options. They were a true joy to experience! Links to all the things
Learn the 4 keys to becoming unstuck with our interview with William Vaughn from Pit to Palace who just finished up a https://www.rocketfuelretreat.com/ at our studio. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bradparnell/message
Reunited and it feels so good... Join the boys as they go through Chelsea's continued poor form against a very bad Wolves team, Palace relegating Hodgson, Liverpool and Spurs draw, with City and Arsenal punishing them. And... a quiz? PLEASE SUPPORT US ON PATREON!! patreon.com/milesoffsidepod Follow us on Twitter: @milesoffsidepod https://twitter.com/milesoffsidepod?s=09 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/milesoffsidepod/ Review us on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/miles-offside/id1397029545?mt=2
#552. Each week it seems that this United team reaches a new low. Was this the zenith or is worse yet to come? Either way, the drubbing at Brighton was another horror show. Ed & Dan discuss. There's a look ahead to the FA Youth Cup final, the final game against Palace and for backers, we laugh at City and Liverpool. Take your pleasure where you can get it folks.** No Question About That is listener supported. If you are interested in backing the show and accessing exclusive bonus episodes and merch, check out our Patreon page. You can also leave a rating and review in Apple Podcasts and Spotify. ** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
"Oh Roy Hodgson, he's one of our own." Rob and JD are joined by FYP Patreon legend Joe Copp to review that win over Watford while Sellsy joins JD in part 2 to review a great afternoon for the Palace. Full episode over at patreon.com/fyppodcast Twitter: @fypfanzine Facebook: FYPFanzine Instagram: @fypfanzine firstname.lastname@example.org
On this week's edition of the Palace of Pistons Podcast, Aaron Johnson and Jasper Apollonia are back to discuss the latest rumors and reports surrounding the Detroit Pistons. First, the guys take a look at a proposed trade from the Bill Simmons Podcast that would send Zion Williamson to Detroit. They recap what the proposed deal would look like, why the deal makes sense, and more. Then, with the numerous reports that the Pistons plan to target Jalen Brunson in free agency, Aaron and Jasper analyze the potential fit, who else they could target in free agency, and how Detroit should approach this offseason.
Come here often? This week we're coming at you with our 6th haunted places episode! Brynne and Kelsey delve into the historical info and hauntings of two spooky locations each, that were chosen unbeknownst to the other. Listen to this episode for stories about Moon River Brewing Company, Hay House, The Sultan's Palace, and the RMS Queen Mary. Let's get spooooooky! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crime-cults-and-coffee/support
Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter | Daily Gardener Community Historical Events Compost Awareness Week 1742 Birth of Jean Senebier, a Swiss pastor and botanist. Where would we be without Senebier? We'd still be breathing, but we'd lack the knowledge that carbon dioxide is consumed by plants and, in turn, that plants produce oxygen as part of the process of photosynthesis. In a nutshell, Senebier's work is crucial because he had learned the function of leaves: capturing carbon for food. Before Senebier, the purpose of leaves and what they did for plants and people was unknown. It was Jean Senebier who said, Observation and experiment are two sisters who help each other. 1754 Birth of Joseph Joubert, French moralist and essayist. Remembered mainly for his Pensées ("Pon-see") or (Thoughts), which were published posthumously, he once wrote, All gardeners live in beautiful places because they make them so. 1856 Birth of Sigmund Freud (books about this person), Austrian neurologist and the founder of psychoanalysis. Freud once offered this humorous insight: Common sense is a rare flower and does not grow in everyone's garden. Freud offered up a few dispassionate observations regarding the natural world. He once wrote, Beauty has no obvious use, nor is there any clear cultural necessity for it. Yet civilization could not do without it. And he also wrote, Flowers are restful to look at. They have neither emotions nor conflicts. Online there are many photos of Freud and his family in the garden of their home in London. The Freuds left their home in Austria to escape the Nazis with the help of Princess Marie Bonaparte (books about this person), known as Princess George of Greece and Denmark. In 1938, there was a photo of Sigmund with his daughter Anna and Martha in the garden of Marie Bonaparte's house in Paris after arriving on the Orient Express from Vienna. Anna looks happy, Martha looks at a flower, and Sigmund has a little snooze in his garden bed. The Freud home in London was much larger and nicer, and there was a large backyard with a garden. The property still boasts Freud's rose garden and is now the Freud Museum at 20 Maresfield Gardens in Hampstead, London NW3, England. In 2008, the French botanist and biologist Francis Hallé wrote, Everyone knows that going to the garden does not solve the problems of everyday life, yet it relativizes them and makes them more bearable. Sigmund Freud had this late regret: 'I lost my time; the only important thing in life is gardening.' 1925 On this day, at the age of 29, the great twentieth-century reformer of Japanese gardens, Mirei Shigemori (books about this person), changed his name from Kazuo ("Kah-zoh") to Mirei (“me-RAY”). The name change was a tribute to the 19th-century French painter of pastoral landscapes and daily life, Jean Francois Millet (books about this person), who once said, It is the treating of the commonplace with the feeling of the sublime that gives to art its true power. In 1932, Mirei founded the Kyoto Garden Society. Mirei practiced the art of tea - Chado ("Cha-doe") and the art of flower arranging - Ikebana ("ick-aye-bah-na"). Mirei once advised, People who try to do research on the garden have to very seriously study the way of tea. Mirei wrote eighty-one books, including the Illustrated Book on the History of the Japanese Garden in 26-volumes, released in 1938. Mother Nature played an important role in shaping Mirei's life when the Muroto Typhoon destroyed much of Kyoto in 1934. Many sacred temples, shrines, and gardens were wiped out in the life-altering storm. In response, Mirei took action. He used his own money and became one of the first designers to survey every garden in Japan - creating records for restoration if they were ever damaged or destroyed. The tour provided a valuable service to his country and was also a means for Mirei to learn garden design - with a particular focus on incorporating rocks and stone. As a garden designer, Mirei was entirely self-taught. Throughout his fifty-year career, Mirei designed over two hundred gardens, including the checkerboard North Garden/Moss Garden at Tofukuji ("Tofu-kah-gee") Temple, Kyoto (1939), the dry landscape at Zuiho-in ("zwee-ho een" (1961), and the garden at the oldest shrine in Kyoto City, the Matsuo Taisha ("maht-sue-oh Ty-sha"(1975). The shrine is dedicated to the gods of water in western Kyoto and was an important place for sake-brewing families to worship over the centuries. In 2020, the second edition of landscape architect Christian Tschumi's book, Mirei Shigemori - Rebel in the Garden, was released. In it, Christian breaks down the profound influences and meanings behind Mirei's most iconic gardens. Christian once wrote, Shigemori's body of work is a compelling manifesto for continuous cultural renewal. Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation The Layered Garden by David Culp This book came out in 2012, and the subtitle is Design Lessons for Year-Round Beauty from Brandywine Cottage. Well, I'm a huge David Culp fan, and I feel like I'm telling you about this book just in time for summer because this book can help you set the stage for how you want your garden to look all year long. And since the summer lays entirely before us, this book is just in time for you. If you're planning a new garden or a garden redesign, you could do a lot worse than having David Culp be your guide. Laura Springer Ogden wrote a review that's right on the cover of the book, And it says, Garden-making in its finest form is a celebration of life and love - and David and this book epitomize this. I couldn't agree more. And by the way, you'll probably recognize the photographer's name for David's book as well - it's Rob Cardillo. Rob always does such a fantastic job photographing gardens, so this book's photos are top-notch. Now David kicks things off in this book with a quote from Francis Bacon, it's from Of Gardens (1625) - and it's one of my favorite garden quotes: There ought to be gardens for all the months in the year, in which severally things of beauty may be then in season. Of course, this sets the stage for what David is trying to teach us: how to have a garden that looks good all year long. Now I thought I would share this quick little sweet story that David shares at the beginning of his book. It gives all of us some great ideas - especially if you have young gardeners in your life. David wrote One fall, when I was about nine years old, my grandmother Thorpe gave me a bag of bulbs and said, "you go out and plant them." I felt more than a little trepidation. I had never planted anything without her supervision. But she reassured me. "You can do it. You won't go wrong." Her generosity could have been ruinous to her flower border. But I got the bulbs planted with no mishaps. The next spring, when they bloomed, I almost burst with pride. When she told all her friends, "David did that." And from that moment, I knew I was a gardener. And after all these years, it remains the core of how I define myself. I love that story for a couple of different reasons. Number one, it really does tee up what David is talking about here in The Layered Garden because as a gardener, if you dismiss specific categories of plants out of hand, like the flowers that you get with spring bulbs, then you'll likely miss one of the layers that can help make your garden beautiful all through the year. Now the other reason I like this story is for practical purposes. I hear all the time from new gardeners who are so anxious about planting bulbs, And now I'm going to say, "Hey, if David Culp - as a nine-year-old - can do it, you can too. And then last but not least, I hope this plants a tiny seed with all of us that if we are interacting with kids in the garden, we definitely need to introduce them to planting spring-flowering bulbs because the result in the spring is just so impressive and unique. It also instills that sense of pride that you can get when your garden work goes to plan, and you experience that first flush of color. It's so wonderful. Throughout David's book, he reinforces this concept of the layered garden, but I will give you just a little snippet of how he introduces it here. He goes into much more detail and offers many more tips - wonderful little nuggets and tiny ideas - for making this look work for you. Here's how he introduces the concept in his book. Garden layers are made up of a variety of plants- some with complimentary or contrasting colors, others with interesting shapes or textures. Layers are more than just perennials or annuals or bulbs or ground covers. They're more than just the ground layer of plants. That's the sole focus of many gardens. Beautiful combinations are certainly possible, even in the tiniest scale. Think of dwarf Solomon's Seal underplanted with moss - that makes a precious six-inch-high picture. But to get the most interest from any garden, all the layers need to be considered from the ground level to the middle level of shrubs and small trees up to the canopy trees. Growing plants on vertical surfaces, walls, fences, trellises, arbors, and other supports even climbing up trees, when we can be sure that they will do no harm, adds to the picture by bringing flowers and foliage to eye level and above. So there you go. An introduction to what David is talking about when he says The Layered Garden. You might be intuitively doing some layering already in your garden as you look for more ways to garden - looking for different plants - or finding and curating other ideas that you can put in your garden. But I think what David adds is his mastery because he knows how to make all of this work in a very cohesive way that's pleasing to the eye. David's book talks about how to do a layered garden and design it - which is probably the key for most of us because we often don't think about that. If we layer the garden, it can just happen organically. But then, sometimes, we can end up with a little bit of a confused look. Next, David talks about maintaining the layered garden, which is very important. Now there are two other aspects of this book that I want to share with you. So the first chapter talks about the layered garden, and it walks you all through that. But The second chapter introduces you to his garden at Brandywine Cottage. This is important because you get a garden tour here, and David shows you how he's put this layered garden technique to work right on his property. By the way, this is not David's first at-bat gardening; he's designed many gardens. So, all of his work is coming together, culminating at Brandywine. And then the last chapter, I think, is one of the most important chapters of the book. Here David shares his signature plants that he advises we consider incorporating into our gardens throughout the seasons. So, this is a great list. This is a list of plants from a garden designer - a garden lover - and someone who works in gardens every day. So right there, that's an invaluable part of this book. This book is 312 pages of layered gardening, the beauty of the garden at Brandywine, and then some of David's most treasured garden design secrets and favorite plants. You can get a copy of The Layered Garden by David Culp and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $18. Botanic Spark 1682 On this day, Louis XIV (books about this person) of France moved his court to the Palace of Versailles. Originally, Versailles was built as a country house. Nine miles from Paris, Versailles was ideally situated near neighboring forests for hunting. Today Versailles is known for its opulence - the Hall of Mirrors, stunning art, and lush gardens. The massive gardens at Versailles are the most famous in the world. The garden is home to over 1,000 statues, and in the Facebook group for the show, I shared a stunning photo of the garden sculptures at Versailles surrounded by sandbags for protection during WWII. In 2006, Ian Thompson wrote a fantastic book called, The Sun King's Garden: Louis XIV, Andre le Notre and the Creation of the Gardens of Versailles. Ian believes that Louis XIV may also have been history's most passionate gardener. Louis, the absolute monarch, was known as the “Sun King,” specifically designed the central axis to be east-west to track the sun's path across the garden. Louis worked closely for forty years with the low-born gardener André Le Nôtre to devise the original design and geometrical layout. Temperament-wise, André and Louis could not have been more different. Louis was driven and merciless. André was funny, thoughtful, insightful, and easy-going. In 1979, Versailles, including the garden, was declared a World Heritage Site. And in 2014, Alain Baraton wrote Gardener of Versailles: My Life in the World's Grandest Garden. As the gardener-in-chief, Alain lives on the grounds at Versailles. Alain has worked in the gardens, orchards, and fields for four decades. This memoir reveals Alain's connection to the grandest garden in the world. And in case you're wondering, Alain believes fall is the best time to visit. Alain oversaw the recovery from the worst natural disaster ever to hit Versailles. On Christmas night through the 26th of December in 1999, a monster winter storm with winds of up to 105 mph struck the grounds of Versaille. Alain watched in horror as century trees let go of the earth in response. In a little over an hour, the storm felled 10,000 trees at Versailles, including two tulip trees planted by Marie-Antoinette in 1783 in Trianon and a Corsican pine planted for Napoleon in 1810. Alain said, It was like the apocalypse. In one hour, 200 years of trees were destroyed. But, miraculously, all of the statues survived unharmed. Although, there was one account that I read of a tree falling on one of the great statues. And as it hit the ground, the branches parted as if to spare that statue. It gave me chills just reading that. It was quite the story. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.
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