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Artemis Projects
POEM: What is time then? What is it for?

Artemis Projects

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 4:56


A poem written as part of BigCi Art Residency (Wollemi, Blue Mountains, NSW Australia). A reflection on the relationship to time, and the schism between the pace of the city and the pace of nature. Written on 2nd, 3rd, and 4th June 2021. Reworked on 8th of June. Part of project: Is Time Real? https://www.artemisprojects.com.au/is-time-real-bigci-residency-ira-ferris To read the poem, see this page: https://www.artemisprojects.com.au/poems/2021/6/24/what-is-time-then-what-is-it-for

Spill the D - Disney World, Disneyland, Movies, and more
Ep. 18: Game Day: Name That Tune!

Spill the D - Disney World, Disneyland, Movies, and more

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 79:33


Think you could name a Disney Tune after just 5 seconds? This week Sabrina and Gina are joined by Sab's lovely sisters, Cassie and Lexi! Sab, Cassie, and Lexi compete to see who can name the most Disney songs from the movies and the parks after hearing just the first 5 seconds. No one can get it? Point to Gina! Listen to find out this Game Day's winner! In addition to Name That Tune the girls also go over Disney news from this week ranging from a new ice cream shop to a hot dog to end all hot dogs! Enjoy episode 18 of Spill the D! Gina and Sab ★ Disney Podcast (@spillthedpod) • Instagram photos and videos Disney Podcast (@spillthedpod) TikTok | Watch Disney Podcast's Newest TikTok Videos CS ☁️ Thrifted & Reworked (@cassies_shop) • Instagram photos and videos LEXI (@lexiotoole) • Instagram photos and videos

Tom Bradshaw pres. Killswitch Radio
Tom Bradshaw - Summer Bosh Up!

Tom Bradshaw pres. Killswitch Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 71:12


Tom Bradshaw - Summer Bosh Up! Featuring some, Reworked,Underground,Timeless Trance Classics In The Mix Selected tracks that remind me of the summer, having heard, even played some of these tracks... Tom Bradshaw Killswitch Radio Its Time To Flick The Switch Taking you on a journey through the best Uplifting, Tech Trance & Techno.. in the mix…

Retro Party
Retro Party 4.6.21

Retro Party

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 83:21


Discover the brightest and most fun new 80s/90s inspired Synthwave on Retro Party with host Mike Mendoza (Modern Knight) Streamed Live 4.6.21 on Retro Promenade Twitch https://twitch.tv/retropromenade​​ Live on Tuesdays! Download this episode and subscribe to the show on Soundcloud 0:00 00 Pre-Show: The Making of Speed (1994) 1:31 00 Intro / Motoroto - CMI MIami 4:36 01 Epoch - The Lemegeton Bop 8:36 02 CLiVe, Alfrenk, ProOne79 - Give Me The Funk (Barko Remix) 14:32 03 Barko - Tximelet (Original Mix) 21:13 04 Fancy - Lady of Ice (1986) 24:52 05 Lady of Ice Harmonica Blues Improv 27:00 06 New York Mets - Let's Go Mets! (1986) 33:25 07 Fractal Man - Wayfinder 40:00 08 Space - Magic Fly (1977 - 2021 Reworked) by ShyntaX 44:32 09 Glitbiter - Turn 50:48 10 DMX - Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer 53:23 11 Quixotic - Highway Violence (Video Edit) 59:07 12 Danger Mode - Apex 1:01:54 13 Adriel - Hazy Memories 1:04:32 14 Jody Watley - Real Love (Extended) (1989) 1:11:55 15 Los Del Rio - Macarena (1993) 1:16:04 16 Mike Beats Oregon Trail 1:18:32 17 Patrons of the Retro Arts Rap / Who Ha - Scientist of Sound (Beyond Synth Edit) Epoch https://soundcloud.com/nostoppingepoch CLiVe https://soundcloud.com/clive-15 Alfrenk https://soundcloud.com/dj-alfrenk ProOne79 https://soundcloud.com/gioele-cantoni Barko https://soundcloud.com/barko Fractal Man https://soundcloud.com/fractalmanmusic ShyntaX https://soundcloud.com/user-901473747 Quixotic https://www.instagram.com/quixoticsnd/ Danger Mode https://soundcloud.com/danger-mode Adriel https://adrielmusic.bandcamp.com/ Who Ha / Modern Knight https://soundcloud.com/modernknightly Host Mike Mendoza @modernknightly takes you on an insanely fun retro ride to discover brand new nostalgia inspired Synthwave & Outrun music; weaving in and out of 80s & 90s Film/TV/Game/Music/Comedy Jams along the way. Educational, interactive, hilarious & silly; It's Bright. It's fun. It's Retro. Listen to Retro Party on Soundcloud, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to Podcasts 80s and 90s Music Television for the 21st Century Beaming Live Across The Galaxy Follow twitch.tv/retropromenade for "On Air" Notifications Retro Party is powered by Retro Promenade, an 80s & 90s nostalgia inspired music and art brand. With over 60 music releases since 2013 and a focus on "Pop Culture/Film/Television" programming, Retro Promenade aims to entertain, educate, and inspire nostalgia nerds like you! Retro Party: The Show is supported in part by Patrons of the Retro Arts and Retro Promenade Fan Club members. If you got a kick out of this show, please consider becoming a Patron or Fan Club member, it helps Retro Promenade grow plus you get access to exclusive perks! Patron / Fan Club https://patreon.com/retropromenade​​​ Retro Promenade Bandcamp https://retropromenade.bandcamp.com​​​ Spotify https://open.spotify.com/user/n201nxxrzyhfl20eldvxi7u69 Instagram https://instagram.com/retropromenade​​​ Twitter https://twitter.com/retropromenade​​​ Twitch https://twitch.tv/retropromenade

Espresso Sesh - BFF.fm
Another One For Eugenio

Espresso Sesh - BFF.fm

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2021 120:00


This is my time of the year to remember a friend that left us too early. Here's a mixtape for you, maybe you won't even like it. Rest in peace amico.Episode #245 Enjoying the show? Please support BFF.FM with a donation. Playlist 0′01″ Blue Monday (Gaudi Dub Remix) by Dub Pistols (Self-Released) 5′55″ Hanky-Panky by St Germain on St Germain (Nonesuch) 13′39″ Sexy Ways (Recloose Disco Flip) by Funkadelic on Reworked by Detroiters (Westbound) 18′07″ Café Tropical by Cooper Saver on Pacific Visions (Internasjonal) 23′20″ Dashiki (Version Instrumentale) by Mulamba on Africa Airways Five (Brace Brace Boogie 1976 - 1982) (Africa Seven) 26′19″ Tangolatronico by Francesco Sullo on Broken Jazz (Self-Released)

Coffee with a Journalist
Dom Nicastro, CMSWire

Coffee with a Journalist

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2021 33:46


Today on the show, Dom Nicastro, a senior reporter for CMSWire and Reworked, sits down for a sip of coffee. Dom joined Simpler Media Group in 2014 and covers digital customer experience technology and strategies for the digital workplace and employee experience. He is also currently a Saturday morning radio show host for the North Shore Sports Desk on 104.9. Previously, Dom was a managing editor and freelance healthcare editor. During today’s episode, Dom talks about his technology disconnect during the holidays, the new Reworked website and editor, why he wants to connect with people and not companies, and more. Let’s hear more from Dom now!

Reworked
Series 4, Episode 1: How to carry diversity and inclusion into 2021

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2021 6:30


reWorked is the diversity and inclusion podcast which unpicks the fabric of working culture. We’re launching our fourth season with a special preview of the themes we think are going to be top of the agenda in 2021. From the health inequalities brought to light by Covid-19 to the Black Lives Matter movement, diversity and inclusion was never far from our minds in 2020. What have we learnt and what has changed? In this Series 4 launch episode of reWorked, Rachael Wilson sets out what individuals can do in 2021 to build more inclusive work cultures and what organisations can do to progress their D&I agenda. It might be in the form of rolling out company-wide training in diversity and inclusion to your teams. It could be to become accredited in diversity. Or it might be simply taking a stance on equality through specialist guidance. Listen to this episode to discover the range of priorities you can consider for 2021 and get in touch to explore how we can support you. Learn more about the Diversity Development Standard and how your organisation can become accredited in D&I this year.Stay up to date with EW Group news by following us on Twitter and LinkedIn. Listen, share, and let us know what topics you would like to hear discussed on reWorked in Series 4.

Reworked
Series 3, Episode 15: Disability: visibility, equality and inclusion

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 34:31


To mark the recent 25-year anniversary of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, activists and EW Group consultants, David Ruebain and Agnes Fletcher, look back at their involvement in campaigning for disability rights during the 1990s. They delve into what has been accomplished for progressing visibility and equality for disabled people and what is yet to be done to make workplaces and society fair and accessible for people with a range of disabilities. Connect with David and Agnes on LinkedIn.Listen, share, and let us know what topics you would like to see on reWorked in Series 4.Need some support developing your diversity and inclusion strategy? Get in touch to see how we can work with you to attract diverse talent to your organisation.

To That Point
FABCYCLE: Creating new business models for textile waste

To That Point

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2020 27:52


 Irina McKenzie is the founder of FABCYCLE, a Vancouver-based B2B collection service of textile waste that enables designers to close the loop on textile waste by transforming scraps into resources. FABCYCLE works with designers, schools and factories to divert their textile waste, such as scraps or unused fabrics, from the landfill by recycling or reusing them.Learn more about FABCYCLE at https://www.fabcycle.shop/Follow us on IG: @tothatpoint, @fabcyclevan

Reworked
Series 3, Episode 14: Building an anti-racist and inclusive culture, with Yvonne Howard and Safina Nadeem

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2020 35:52


This month on reWorked, we are joined by EW Group diversity consultants Safina Nadeem and Yvonne Howard.EW Group’s Business Development Manager, Luke Robinson, sits down with Yvonne and Safina to look back on 2020 from the perspective of Covid-19 and anti-racism. They explore the changes to the world of work, with training going online, and the positive actions organisations are making in response to Black Lives Matter. Find out what organisations can do year-round to create a truly inclusive and anti-racist work culture for their Black, Asian and minority ethnic employees, customers, and stakeholders. Connect with Safina and Yvonne on LinkedIn. Get in touch to find out how we can work with you to build an anti-racist and inclusive culture.

A Duck in a Tree
A Duck in a Tree 2020-10-24 | Good for Gone

A Duck in a Tree

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2020 58:29


    The 433rd of a series of weekly radio programmes created by :zoviet*france:   First broadcast 24 October 2020 by Resonance 104.4 FM, and CJMP 90.1 FM   Thanks to the artists included here for their fine work.   track list … :zoviet*france: - A Duck in a Tree Link 433 00 :zoviet*france: - Intro 01 An Moku & Stijn Hüwels - Where We Meet 02 Roel Meelkop - Crossmodulated 3 03 Chelidon Frame - And Numbers are Mortal 04 Raffaele Mariconte - Alcoholic Fermentation 05 Daniel Barbiero - The Open Window 06 Paulo Chagas - Playground #5 (Reworked by Steve Layton) 07 Matthew Atkins - Little Apocrypha ++ :zoviet*france: - Outro … :zoviet*france: - A Duck in a Tree Link 433    

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with Grayscale

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2020 52:47


We had the pleasure of interviewing Grayscale over Zoom audio! Philadelphia's GRAYSCALE released theLive From The Barber Shop Studios EP on July 29 via Fearless Records. The EP features three reimagined versions of songs from the band's sophomore album Nella Vita, which arrived last September.The "Reworked" versions are enhanced and embellished with additional musicians and instruments, fully demonstrating the depth and breadth of the band's songwriting skills.The band shared the video for "Baby Blue" (Reworked). This version has a delightfully retro and room-filling vibe. Watch it here.Check out "Painkiller Weather" (Reworked) here.Watch "What's On Your Mind" (Reworked) here."Every single member of the band grew up with an incredibly wide musical palette," explains guitarist Dallas Molster, who produced the EP."We were drawn to everything from jazz, classic rock, hip-hop and anything in between. We saw this as an opportunity to rearrange our songs in totally different styles and to tap into some different musical influences than usual."Molster offered further insight into the EP, saying, "It started with our good friend, Skyler Patzer, who had written the piano arrangement previously on our Punk Goes Acoustic 'Atlantic' track. I had written the acoustic, bass, and drum loop parts for a reworked version of 'Painkiller Weather,' and then sent it off to Skyler, who then wrote a beautiful piano part to accompany what I had written. The chemistry and workflow that I had developed with Skyler was so enjoyable that I wanted to work on another song with him."He finishes, "What made this such a cool project for me, personally, was that this was the first time that I had gotten to produce a collection of songs for the band from start to finish. This was a unique opportunity for me to play both the roles of producer and musician simultaneously. We performed these songs at the Barbershop Studios with the help of our friend Brett Romnes. Brett was the mixing engineer on this project and was my right-hand man in setting up and rearranging the studio for each of these three very different songs. This was special for all of us because it was the first time that we had played our songs with other musicians outside of the band. The additional musicians and creatives allowed each song to take on a completely new life, and we couldn't be more excited to share them with the world."We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.comAmerican Songwriter Podcast Network#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod  #foryou #foryoupage #stayhome #togetherathome #zoom #aspn #americansongwriter #americansongwriterpodcastnetwork​​Listen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! 

Reworked
Series 3, Episode 11: Disability, Race and Building Resilience, with Winston Clements.

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2020 25:19


Diversity & Inclusion Consultant and Resilience Speaker, Winston Clements, joins reWorked with Catherine Manser. Having been born with a rare bone condition, Winston fractured 150 bones by the age of twelve. But throughout his life, he has not let this condition withhold him from his aspirations. He since went on to University and is now a Diversity and Inclusion Consultant and frequent resilience spokesperson – his current ambition is to reach 1 billion people through his keynote talks. Listen to hear Winston's perspective on organisational involvement with the Black Lives Matter movement, the importance of intersectionality, and his experience in Britain as a black disabled man.Connect with Winston on LinkedIn and listen to his TEDx talks.It’s crucial for organisations to take an intersectional approach to diversity and inclusion. Get in touch with the EW team to learn more.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Espresso Sesh - BFF.fm
S05E24 Cime di Rapa

Espresso Sesh - BFF.fm

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2020


Orecchiette con le Cime di Rapa, a classic from beautiful Puglia, the heel of the Italic boot; a simple and wonderful recipe, easy to prepare. Featuring Orecchiette, broccoli rabe (rapini), bread crumbs, olive oil, anchovy filets (you can remove it and make it vegan, just balance the salinity though), peperoncino, garlic, salt. Paired with the freshest music selection from yours trulyEpisode 218 - video link here Enjoying the show? Please support BFF.FM with a donation. Playlist 0′22″ La Radio (feat. Sole Rebel) by Msk on single (Eclectic Electric Recordings) 7′14″ Atlántida by DNGDNGDNG on Continentes Perdidos (On The Corner) 10′58″ Body Yako by Captain Planet feat. Kongo Elektro & Thornato on No Visa (Bastard Jazz) 15′23″ Gozala (feat. Los Rakas) by Atropolis on single (Wonderwheel Recordings) 18′28″ I'm so Happy I Cry (feat. Tank) by Fantastic Negrito on Have You Lost Your Mind Yet? (Cooking Vinyl Limited) 22′26″ Lover's Bridge by Jimi Tenor on single (Philophon) 26′01″ El Belgrano by Enrique Nicolas Noviello on single (Switchstance Recordings) 30′08″ Dreaming (Birdee Remix) by Rainbow Team on Fulltime Factory, Vol. 5 (Fulltime Productions) 36′47″ Piano Boy by Parov Stelar on Voodoo Sonic (The Trilogy, Pt. 2) (Etage Noir Recordings) 43′02″ 2BCM1 (Bumpy Radio Edit) by Aeshim on single (Albert's Favourite) 46′06″ Together We Stand by Myd 48′56″ Her Name Is Corona by Baba Duru 52′34″ Night In Musicland (DJ Friction Rework) by I.C. Bell on Fulltime Factory, Vol. 5 (Fulltime Productions) 59′38″ Filu te ientu (feat. Papa Gianni) by Sud Sound System on The Best of 2002 - 2012 (Universal) 63′48″ Ritmo di contrabbando by Eugenio Bennato on Sponda sud (Taranta Power) 67′36″ Southern Dub (feat. Domenico Candellori) by Clap! Clap! on Liquid Portraits (Black Acre) 71′36″ The Cowrie Waltz by Jyoti on single (eOne Music / SomeOthaShip Connect) 76′50″ Camaguey (Tumbao) by Gerardo Frisina on Rhythmic Conversations (Schema) 80′10″ Francisco a lu paiese by Matteo Salvatore on Il Lamento dei Mendicanti 84′08″ Maggot Brain (BMG Dub) by Funkadelic on Reworked by Detroiters (Westbound) 94′20″ E se domani by Mina on 4 Anni Di Successi (RCA) 97′05″ Malarazza (feat. Carmen Consoli) by Lautari 103′24″ Ogni Uno by Eugenio Bennato on Sponda Sud (Taranta Power) 108′39″ Me Fece Mele A Chepa by Daniele Silvestri on Monetine (RCA) 111′25″ Casa Mia by Sud Sound System on The Best of 2002 - 2012 (Universal) 116′45″ Pausa by Diogo Strauss on single (Far Out Recordings)

Reworked
Series 3, Episode 10: Navigating the job market as a visually impaired candidate, with Emily Watton

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2020 32:40


Join Lisa and Emily in conversation about Emily’s experience as a visually impaired candidate navigating the job market post-university and subsequently, the work she has led raising awareness around accessibility for disabled employees at Cambridge University Press and more widely within the Publishing sector through her involvement with Publishing Industry Enabled. You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Espresso Sesh - BFF.fm
Pesto Alla Trapanese

Espresso Sesh - BFF.fm

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2020


Delicate, aromatic, and easy to prepare, Pesto Alla Trapanese is a slight variation of the Genoa traditional one, with almonds, tomatoes, and pecorino instead of Parmigiano and pine nuts.In the mix: penne rigate, basil, Roma tomatoes, raw almonds, pecorino cheese, garlic, olive oil, salt, pepper. Also, this time we need a mixer too... or the traditional mortar, if you got one. Of course, paired with the freshest music selection from yours truly. EnjoyEpisode #211 - video here Enjoying the show? Please support BFF.FM with a donation. Playlist 1′59″ Amor En La Mission (unreleased) by Nino Msk (-) 4′16″ Solve by Freitag (-) 8′40″ Loose Focus by WANUBALÉ on Nadra / Loose Focus (Agogo) 14′58″ Versace on the Floor by Sonamó (-) 19′39″ Stop Your Life (DJ Friction Dub edit) by Ago on FULLTIME, Vol. 2 (Reworked by DJs) (Fulltime Productions) 25′40″ Bite the apple (Massimo Berardi Dub Edit) by Rainbow Team on FULLTIME, Vol. 2 (Reworked by DJs) (Fulltime Production) 31′25″ Banana Peel (Cáscara de plátano) [feat. Masauko Chipembere] by Jneiro Jarel on single (Far Out Recordings) 37′05″ Long Way Home (feat. Tossie Long) by MagnaFreaq on Human Beam (MagnaFreaq / PabloSound Studios) 41′26″ Agua Viva by MagnaFreaq on Human Beam (MagnaFreaq / PabloSound Studios) 45′02″ Nah Beg No Friend (feat. Natty Campbell) by Blend Mishkin on single (Rewind Guaranteed) 52′06″ Pakistan by Siti Muharam on single (On The Corner Records) 58′12″ Nsie Nsie by Y-Bayani & Baby Naa on Nsie Nsie (Philophon) 61′57″ Nadra by WANUBALÉ on Nadra / Loose Focus (Agogo) 67′22″ Just Hang On by Ciara McAllister on single (Ciara McAllister Music) 70′59″ Where Is the Edge? by Bugge Wesseltoft & Henrik Schwarz on Wesseltoft Schwarz Duo (Jazzland Recordings) 74′53″ 505 Face by Hesychia369 on Neurogenesis EP (Drumpoet Community) 79′21″ It's A War (Serge Santiàgo SS UK re edit) by Kano on FULLTIME, Vol. 2 (Reworked by DJs) (Fulltime Productions) 85′46″ Vitruvian Man by WheelUp on single (Tru Thoughts) 90′08″ Bad Passion (Tiger & Woods Speetalo Remix) by Steel Mind on FULLTIME, Vol. 2 (Reworked by DJs) (Fulltime Productions) 98′03″ Two Bs One White feat. Farda P (Minor Science Remix) by Magic Drum Orchestra on 100 Whites a day (Tru Thoughts) 103′17″ The Present by Laurent De Wilde on Time 4 Change (Sony) 108′45″ The Robots by Kraftwerk on 3-D Der Katalog (Kling Klang / Parlophone) 117′09″ River Man by Nick Drake on Five Leaves Left (Island) 329′01″ Nah Beg No Friend (feat. Natty Campbell) by Blend Mishkin on single (Rewind Guaranteed) 362′54″ Solve by Feiertag on single (Sonar Kollektiv) Check out the full archives on the website.

Espresso Sesh - BFF.fm
S05E17 Pesto Alla Trapanese

Espresso Sesh - BFF.fm

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2020


Delicate, aromatic, and easy to prepare, Pesto Alla Trapanese is a slight variation of the Genoa traditional one, with almonds, tomatoes, and pecorino instead of Parmigiano and pine nuts.In the mix: penne rigate, basil, Roma tomatoes, raw almonds, pecorino cheese, garlic, olive oil, salt, pepper. Also, this time we need a mixer too... or the traditional mortar, if you got one. Of course, paired with the freshest music selection from yours truly. EnjoyEpisode #211 - video here Enjoying the show? Please support BFF.FM with a donation. Playlist 1′59″ Amor En La Mission (unreleased) by Nino Msk 4′16″ Solve by Freitag 8′40″ Loose Focus by WANUBALÉ on Nadra / Loose Focus (Agogo) 14′58″ Versace on the Floor by Sonamó 19′39″ Stop Your Life (DJ Friction Dub edit) by Ago on FULLTIME, Vol. 2 (Reworked by DJs) (Fulltime Productions) 25′40″ Bite the apple (Massimo Berardi Dub Edit) by Rainbow Team on FULLTIME, Vol. 2 (Reworked by DJs) (Fulltime Production) 31′25″ Banana Peel (Cáscara de plátano) [feat. Masauko Chipembere] by Jneiro Jarel on single (Far Out Recordings) 37′05″ Long Way Home (feat. Tossie Long) by MagnaFreaq on Human Beam (MagnaFreaq / PabloSound Studios) 41′26″ Agua Viva by MagnaFreaq on Human Beam (MagnaFreaq / PabloSound Studios) 45′02″ Nah Beg No Friend (feat. Natty Campbell) by Blend Mishkin on single (Rewind Guaranteed) 52′06″ Pakistan by Siti Muharam on single (On The Corner Records) 58′12″ Nsie Nsie by Y-Bayani & Baby Naa on Nsie Nsie (Philophon) 61′57″ Nadra by WANUBALÉ on Nadra / Loose Focus (Agogo) 67′22″ Just Hang On by Ciara McAllister on single (Ciara McAllister Music) 70′59″ Where Is the Edge? by Bugge Wesseltoft & Henrik Schwarz on Wesseltoft Schwarz Duo (Jazzland Recordings) 74′53″ 505 Face by Hesychia369 on Neurogenesis EP (Drumpoet Community) 79′21″ It's A War (Serge Santiàgo SS UK re edit) by Kano on FULLTIME, Vol. 2 (Reworked by DJs) (Fulltime Productions) 85′46″ Vitruvian Man by WheelUp on single (Tru Thoughts) 90′08″ Bad Passion (Tiger & Woods Speetalo Remix) by Steel Mind on FULLTIME, Vol. 2 (Reworked by DJs) (Fulltime Productions) 98′03″ Two Bs One White feat. Farda P (Minor Science Remix) by Magic Drum Orchestra on 100 Whites a day (Tru Thoughts) 103′17″ The Present by Laurent De Wilde on Time 4 Change (Sony) 108′45″ The Robots by Kraftwerk on 3-D Der Katalog (Kling Klang / Parlophone) 117′09″ River Man by Nick Drake on Five Leaves Left (Island) 329′01″ Nah Beg No Friend (feat. Natty Campbell) by Blend Mishkin on single (Rewind Guaranteed) 362′54″ Solve by Feiertag on single (Sonar Kollektiv)

Narrative Creatures
Narrative Creatures - Contemplations - Align Yourself 3-24-20

Narrative Creatures

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2020 6:38


During these difficult times, we should take stock in the power of nature and our own bodies. We must not live in fear. Please listen and share this short 6-minute contemplation. Thank you I love youP.Reworked-(charity croft)

Flan, Emily Jade and Christo on 1029 Hot Tomato

Over the weekend,Daylight savings,World Wide Weird,PJs,Corona meme,Gold Coast Shout-out,Reworked songs,Dr Shawn Nasseri - Sinus specialist,Corona Knob of The Week,Dad language,Tom Tate re-elected

Reworked
Series 3, Episode 9: Inspiring change and social mobility, with Reggie Nelson

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2020 30:32


Reggie Nelson joins Lisa on the reWorked podcast to discuss how knocking on doors in one of London’s richest neighbourhoods landed him a dream job in the City. Reggie shines a light on why equal opportunities and levelling the playing field for those entering the world of work is an important priority for all workplaces. He has spoken about the importance of social mobility on platforms including BBC News, This Morning, TEDx and Sky News and currently sits on the advisory board at social mobility organisation upReach. Connect with Reggie on LinkedIn and follow his work on Twitter.Is social mobility a priority for your organisation? Training in Recruitment and Selection will help your line managers and hiring teams access the best and broadest pool of possible talent. Or see how Diversity Audits identify areas where an organisation can further improve in terms of D&I. For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Reworked
Series 3, Episode 8: Diversity and Inclusion: the past and the future, with David Ruebain

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2020 25:48


David speaks candidly about his career in D&I, from his work as an education and equality lawyer to his critical involvement as Director of Legal Policy in creating and implementing the Equality Act 2010. He discusses how having a disability impacted his likelihood of pursuing further and higher education whilst growing up, before going on to University to study Law. Jane and David speak about some of his proudest moments throughout his career and how the landscape of diversity and inclusion is evolving into the future. You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Wrestling With Chaos
0046 WWC 12 Steps To Flow - Ch 5 - Anti-Project Thinking and Business Agility

Wrestling With Chaos

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2020 32:59


This podcast covers Chapter 5, “Anti-Project Thinking and Business Agility” of “12 Steps to Flow: The New Framework for Business Agility,” by Haydn Shaughnessy and Fin Goulding, developers of the internationally acclaimed workshop, Flow Academy. This chapter argues that Agile techniques could be improved by moving away from Epics and User stories to Flexible Business Goals, Areas of Work, and Units of Work.   The reason for this is workplaces change with regards to technology and market dynamics. The situation is highly complex with multiple intangible assets such as relationships with customers. There also is the vast array of digital assets that come into play along with multiple interfaces presenting different messages or incentives. This means a vast amounts of data come from various sources.   To compound the situation companies are faced with the prospect of doing multiple new things all the time which the authors refer to as "atomization", which fragments old value chains into hundreds of interrelated units of work that make up matrix innovation. Traditional and agile ways of work cannot cope with this level of novelty because they are built on replicability, i.e., doing the same task multiple times.   This is where Flow comes into play. An example is provided using Patty Power Betfair, a gambling institution in Dublin, Ireland. The deals with more than 3.5 billion API requests every day and handles up to 30 million transactions daily. This is a circumstance where the flow philosophy is superior to project management. For success, it is critical to prioritize goals over Epics and User Stories. Goals are defined as flexible statements of what a good outcome of work should look like. These goals are broken down into areas of work and then units of work each of which have their own specific goals. Working in this manner and monitoring performance allows for quick adjustments early in order to continue producing value.   This approach epitomizes the Business Agile mindset. By atomizing the work the mystery is removed from dealing with such monolithic endeavors as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. The atomization of work into small work packages allows for maximum flexibility in terms of necessary changes based on immediate performance feedback.   Working in this manner is the antithesis of traditional project management with its work breakdown structure (WBS). This essentially is the Waterfall method. The Agile approach provided some improvement with the Epics and Stories, but these Epics and Stories are delivered in Sprints that come together in periodic Scrums which are supervised by Scrum Master.   Sprints have their own problems because work progresses for a period of time before determining whether or not it integrates with the work that other individuals are doing. Reworked and delays occur which encourages people to go off and work on other tasks causing a subsequent collapse of the culture which leads to more problems. Epics and Stories have their own problem, i.e., the product owner becomes a stand-in for the customers. Flow goes beyond this by having a different cultural perspective centered on interaction and collective intelligence. The authors do note the formal project management techniques are appropriate when physical materials and multiple parties are involved, e.g., construction. With intangible products the situation is different because a consistent flow of innovations may be required to provide services and products that are unique to various customers. Because the work is not constrained is in a physical situation, e.g., construction, codesign of work is possible. Value seeking behavior is prioritized in an environment where goals and work codesign rule.   A key aspect of Flow is keeping work fluid so that battles do not break out, the kind of battles that occur when a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is being defined in a large organization. With Flow there is a focus on fluidity rather than rules, processes, and boundaries. Value is the goal. Innovation is continuous.   The key is: - focus on business goals with real value - training people to adapt to shifting goals is more knowledge of customer needs his acquired - perform units of work in short bursts in order to check in frequently with customers and colleagues - be ready for multiple, micro-pivots as you create a matrix of features to put in front of the customer   An appropriate work breakdown it is visualized on a wall is required for successful Flow. Because of the newness of the work and the lack of repetition team members will be asked to invent new methods of working along with features and products or services that have value for the customer. This is why the social interaction is so important because the work may change as new information is gathered. This is why visual techniques are so important in order to provide maximum value in the shortest period of time. Constructing the work breakdown and laying out significant independent deliverables to achieve the business outcome is critical. It should be done in an area where all stakeholders can observe and comment. The closer the work is to today more detail is required. Is the workflows out into the future it can be left to be more free-form and become more detailed as the team approaches it. It's all about connecting the work breakdown to identified value. It's also about shorter cycle times.   The work breakdown process comprises 11 steps: 1. There is a pressing business objective 2.  A series of goals (business outcomes) are defined 3.  Which goals will deliver value first is the first significant social interaction 4.  Goals are broken down in terms of a user journey or workflow steps 5.  Is workers describe the stories in terms of the value users can acquire from the features of the product or service 6.  Later goals are left on the wall to be assessed and commented on his people think about them and domain experts share their knowledge 7.  The work breakdowns become story cards for developers and testers 8.  Story cards are intended to be completed within 1 to 2 days the output bundled into a Minimum Sustainable Delivery Matrix (MSD) the customer will engage with 9.  Minimum viable features can be created to test value and overall fit with the project 10. The aforementioned features may lead to more enhanced features or they may lead to features being dropped based on feedback 11. Along the Walls many dependencies become apparent to people over time. This is where the used of Post-It's is superior to a planning document   An example of high-level goals is provided. The example shows the importance of bringing in all areas across the business which are affected by or can contribute to the project in addition to the IT shop. This is one of the key benefits of Flow.   The authors then describe the benefit of Flow over Agile. Flow is based on direct user experience and feedback rather than the development of User stories and Avatars and the associated "Agile prison" that can be created the removes the developers from contact with client. The very short cycle times of Flow give immediate user/customer feedback which the team can use directly.   One of the keys and Flow is to have work codesigned by IT and business unit. Which critical when doing work this way is to think beyond one's own selfish culture and the focus on the customer and how they feel when we are successful in addressing their needs. Working this way is referred to as a holistic team.   The chapter closes out with a good example of how this multidisciplinary work is performed with regards to a car dealership.   Here are the link for:    episode 0037 of Wrestling with Chaos. the Introduction, The Value Seeking Enterprise, and Chapter 1, Talking About Business Agility: episode 0042 of Wrestling With Chaos. For Chapter 2, The Customer In The Agile Business. episode 0043 of Wrestling With Chaos. For Chapter 3, Disrupting The Cadence of Work episode 0045 of Wrestling With Chaos. For Chapter 4, Taking Advantage of Visible Work   For more on the various “Walls” using Post-Its refer to their excellent book, “Flow.”   In line with Business Agility and dealing with complex situations, you can download CMC’s free e-book MINDSET – 5 SIMPLE WAYS TO LOOK AT COMPLEX PROBLEMS and learn how to find a simple vantage point from which you can resolve challenges.   Your feedback is important. Choose from the following options: place a review in iTunes, click on “leave a comment” below, send any comments along with your name and the show number to support@ctrchg.com   Listen to future episodes for our reply.

Best Of Belfast: Stories of local legends from Northern Ireland
#88 Jonny Quinn: Snow Patrol (Drummer)

Best Of Belfast: Stories of local legends from Northern Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2019 57:55


Jonny Quinn is the drummer of Snow Patrol, an alternative rock band from Northern Ireland that has released six albums so far and sold over 13 million copies worldwide.    Their latest album ‘Reworked’ features reimagined versions of their career highlights, including all-time classics like Chasing Cars, Open Your Eyes and Run.   Hailing from Bangor via San Jose, Jonny has been nominated for both Grammy and Brit awards, won a prestigious Ivor Novello Accolade and has been responsible for several era-defining singles.   Alongside Gary and Nathan from the band, Jonny set up Polar Patrol Publishing, a company that that takes a hands-on approach to nurturing new songwriting talent and artist development.   In today’s episode, we talk about what it’s been like to revisit songs from early on in the band’s journey, why he’s only recently started taking drum lessons and the advice he would give to someone trying to get into music today.   // To see a 'treasure trove' of all things related to Jonny (including a photo) please visit https://bestofbelfast.org/stories/jonny-quinn-snow-patrol-drummer   Best Of Belfast is Northern Ireland's #1 Interview Podcast. We've shared 100+ hour-long conversations with incredible people from Northern Ireland.   To find out more, or join 'The Producers Club' please visit https://bestofbelfast.org/   Cheers!   — Matt  

Reworked
Series 3, Episode 7: Encouraging diversity in advertising at Channel 4 with Matt Salmon

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2019 27:51


In this episode of reWorked Matt Salmon, Head of Agency & Client Sales and Commercial Marketing at Channel 4, joins Gill, EW’s Marketing Manager, to discuss the origins, objectives and outcomes of C4’s Diversity in Advertising Award. Find out how it’s contributing to a more diverse advertising, broadcasting and cultural landscape and about the contribution made by the world’s largest piece of research ever carried out on diversity in advertising.You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

The Funk Assassin
Dimitri From Paris The Word Is Love Show 12 Funky Disco House Soul Funk Rare Groove R&B Dance

The Funk Assassin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2019 87:35


In this show we go to France with the Disco wonder that is Dimitri From Paris. Containing Dimitri's Reworked tracks by Sister Sledge, Chic, Loleatta Holloway and Inner Life to name but a few plus a bunch of his choice edits you may have not heard before. Here is an article by Resident Advisor that describes the man perfectly: "Because of what he describes as a lack of dance remixers in France, his career in radio led to his being asked to rework tracks for various artists, among them Björk, New Order, and the Brand New Heavies. Along the way he was hired by chic fashion designers like Chanel, Gaultier, and Lagerfeld to put together soundtracks for runway shows and boutiques. 'What happened was that I started DJing and then there were more and more tools -- technical tools -- available to us DJs that would allow us to make more creative things and eventually to make our own music without actually knowing how to play a particular instrument. With the advent of samplers and other machines at a budget that made them accessible in the mid '80s, we started making our own tracks. I was also learning the process of how a track is constructed by doing remixes for people. Finally, I was able to produce my own tracks.'" To showcase this fantastic French talent the special mix covers a number of his finest edits. Enjoy the Groove folks. All tracks are selected and mixed by @thefunkassassin with Love. Follow the call of the Disco Ball! For all past shows click here ==> https://soundcloud.com/thefunkassassin/sets/the-word-is-love-soul-funk To receive all future shows and access older ones please also Follow on Soundcloud @thefunkassassin Thank you for listening. Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheFunkAssassin/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/the_funk_assassin/

Reworked
Series 3, Episode 6: Building a gender-equal police force with Miles Ockwell

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2019 22:52


This week MD Lisa Jobson speaks to HeForShe-pledger Miles Ockwell, Detective Superintendent for West Sussex Police.Detective Superintendent Miles Ockwell talks to Lisa about why he decided to persuade the UN to accept the West Sussex Police force as the first UK Thematic Champion of the HeforShe campaign, which deals with gender inequality. They talk about the impact the project has had on gender disparity in West Sussex Police and in the police force nationally following its subsequent adoption by every force in the UK, as well as the challenges they face in the future.Follow Miles’ work on Twitter @Supt_Ockwell.See Sussex Police’s progress in terms of gender equality by reading their upcoming annual report by visiting their website.You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Reworked
Series 3, Episode 5: Transforming workplace culture through co-production and reverse mentoring, with Sandra Mellors

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2019 30:05


This week CEO Jane Farrell speaks to Sandra Mellors, Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer for Northamptonshire Healthcare Foundation Trust.Following a Care Quality Commission recommendation, and with patient outcomes at its heart, the Trust embarked on a major change programme that has had far reaching effects on the culture of the organisation and the lives of staff, patients and carers. Sandra speaks candidly about the personal impact of the Trust’s transformation, and the practical steps they took; from co-production of strategy with staff, patients and carers through to the adoption of reverse mentoring. The Trust has since received a CQC “outstanding” award and were named ‘Trust of the Year’ by the Healthcare Service Journal.You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Minty's Gig Guide To Cardiff
Ep. 57 – Snow Patrol

Minty's Gig Guide To Cardiff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2019 69:04


On this weeks podcast we’re joined by Jonny Quinn of Snow Patrol, as they celebrate 25 years as a band with their project album “Reworked”…Continue readingEp. 57 – Snow Patrol

My Generation Catch Up - Triple M Network with Phil O'Neill and Jane Gazzo
Gary Lightbody, of Snow Patrol tells us about his part on Game Of Thrones, on a horse and admits the songs are actually bigger than the band.

My Generation Catch Up - Triple M Network with Phil O'Neill and Jane Gazzo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2019 9:39


Joined by Gary Lightbody, of Snow Patrol this week, marking 25 years of the band, with Reworked, featuring reimagined versions of the bands biggest hits, out Nov 1 discussing his childhood idols, Michael Jackson, Madonna, to AC/DC and Nirvana telling us about his part on Game Of Thrones, on a horse … and admitting the songs are actually bigger than the band.

Reworked
Series 3, Episode 4: Where to start with diversity and inclusion

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2019 11:38


Is your organisation keen to start its D&I journey but unsure where to begin? In this episode of reWorked, Rachael offers practical advice for companies who are about to take their first steps towards creating a diverse and inclusive workplace culture. Following the tips in this mini-guide will benefit your current employees from all backgrounds and help your organisation implement D&I as part of the business strategy. Benefits include; improved employee satisfaction and retention, productivity and the ability to attract and recruit candidates from a more diverse group.Get in touch to find out more about how our 27 years of experience can help your organisation kick off its D&I journey. If you’re interested to hear how Lloyds Bank increased their diversity and inclusion agenda, listen to the recent reWorked podcast with Lloyds’ Anthony Francis.Connect with Rachael on LinkedIn or Twitter.You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Reworked
Series 3, Episode 3: Being a carer, activist and advocate for neurodiversity with Stephanie Nimmo

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2019 26:29


Was this in the plan? Blogger, author and activist Stephanie Nimmo, tells Rachael about her turbulent and inspiring story of being catapulted into life as a carer. She discusses what employers could do to keep carers in the workforce, as well the raft of valuable soft skills that carers develop: from stakeholder management to project management underpinned by a hefty dose of resilience. Steph also shares her personal experiences of supporting her sons as they join the workforce and the need for improved company-wide support for neurodiversity.Follow Stephanie on Twitter, visit her website and read her blog 'Was This in the Plan?'.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Reworked
Series 2, Episode 14: The five intrinsic values of John Lewis Partnership with Helen Hyde

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2019 25:26


In this episode, Rachael talks to Helen Hyde, Acting Partners’ Counsellor at the John Lewis Partnership, the largest co-owned business in the UK with over 83,000 partners and no external shareholders. The company operates John Lewis & Partners department stores, Waitrose & Partners supermarkets, its banking and financial services.Rachael and Helen discuss the evolution of diversity and inclusion within the organisation, and the role that company values play in the development and sustainability of its culture. They also explore the benefits of being your true self at work and the positive impact that business leaders can have by leading the way on personal authenticity. Connect with Helen on LinkedIn.Connect with John Lewis Partnership on Twitter or LinkedIn.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Reworked
Series 3, Episode 1: Five ways to improve transgender inclusion in the workplace with Leng Montgomery

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2019 32:47


This week Rachael speaks to Leng Montgomery, Diversity and Inclusion Lead at Cushman and Wakefield.Cushman and Wakefield is one of the largest real estate services firms in the world, grossing $8.2 billion in 2018 and employing over 51,000 workers across 70 countries. Their portfolio spans from developing the new Stratford Westfield shopping centre to ‘The Walkie Talkie’ (a.k.a. 20 Fenchurch Street).Leng is the Diversity and Inclusion lead for Cushman and Wakefield. He has a background in both the corporate and charity sectors, previously working as the Diversity and Inclusion Executive for Sainsbury’s following his time at the leading LGBT charity, Stonewall.In this episode, Leng shares his personal journey as a trans man and speaks about the support and the setbacks he faced during his transition. His story highlights that there is still room for improvement of transgender awareness, rights and equality at work. Listen to this episode to hear Leng’s five tips to drive trans inclusion in the office.Connect with Leng on LinkedIn.Listen to Leng’s TEDx Talk here. Connect with Cushman and Wakefield on Twitter or LinkedIn. You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Reworked
Series 2, Episode 13: Raising diversity and inclusion standards in financial services with Anthony Francis

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2019 27:30


This week Rachael speaks to Anthony Francis, Agile Delivery Lead and Transformation Manager for Lloyds Bank.Lloyds Bank is considered one of the “Big Four” banks in the UK. Operating since 1765, Lloyds employs more than 45,000 staff across England and Wales. Despite being a traditional bank, the bank actively pursues a diversity and inclusion agenda in the workplace. Anthony works as Transformation Manager and in a voluntary capacity, he is the bank’s role model and intersectionality lead, empowering the work of Lloyds’ network groups for women, LGBT, ethnicity and disability. He features in The Financial Times’ Top 50 BAME Future Leaders. In this episode of reWorked, Rachael and Anthony discuss the bank’s agile and intersectional approach to diversity and inclusion and how Lloyds is raising the standards of D&I for all workplaces.Connect with Anthony on LinkedIn. Connect with Lloyds Bank on Twitter or LinkedIn.You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Reworked
Series 2, Episode 12: How to rework inclusive communications

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2019 10:57


This episode looks at inclusive communications. Communications are important to every organisation. They can be internal or external, official or informal, and aimed at customers, employees or stakeholders. It’s vital that communications reflect the diverse groups of people a company works with. Without care, groups of people can quickly become excluded, overlooked or missed out. With inclusive communications, your organisation can interact with everyone it represents.But what exactly are inclusive communications? It’s an area that organisations are often confused about or are unsure how to deal with. Rachael answers the key questions including: · What do we mean by inclusive communications?· What are examples of inclusive communications?· Are ‘accessible communications’ different to ‘inclusive communications’?· Why is it highly beneficial for organisations to communicate inclusively?Get in touch to find out more about our bespoke training courses, which include our Inclusive Cultures training and Pledge and Inclusive Recruitment courses. Also check out Rachael's blog on Diversity Communications, 5 Brilliant Examples.Connect with Rachael on LinkedIn or Twitter.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Reworked
Series 2, Episode 11: How to rework inclusive recruitment

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2019 11:02


In episode 11, Rachael offers help and advice on inclusive recruitment in the third part of our 'How to Rework' mini series.Why is inclusive recruitment an important topic for organisations to tap into right now? On many levels moving to a diverse workforce is a game-changer. It's been shown that homogenous groups make less successful business decisions and are less innovative than more diverse groups. So if you can attract and retain more diverse staff into your organisation then your business performance and employee engagement should rise.Along with her top ten tips for inclusive recruitment that you can apply to your organisation right now, Rachael answers all your key questions and cover the fundamentals for success.Get in touch to learn more about EW Group's bespoke inclusive recruitment training and how we can support your organisation in becoming more inclusive.Connect with Rachael on LinkedIn or Twitter.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Reworked
S2. Episode 10: Inclusive Recruitment with Mabel Garcia

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2019 29:46


This week Rachael speaks to Mabel Garcia, People, Culture and EDI Manager for the construction division based in the UK at Ferrovial Agroman.Ferrovial Agroman is the construction division of Ferrovial SA, a multinational civil engineering and services company headquartered in Spain. The construction division is involved in a number of high-profile infrastructure projects in the UK, including the extension of the northern line, High Speed 2, Crossrail and the Thames Tideway Tunnel.Rachael and Mabel discuss how Ferrovial Agroman is overcoming one the industry's biggest challenges: the shortage of engineering talent. One report cited in The Engineer last year said that 45% of all unemployed engineering graduates are from a BME background. This is an uncomfortable fact for the industry. Rachael and Mabel discuss the business case for diversity, understanding the barriers to recruiting diverse talent and inclusive recruitment best practices.Connect with Mabel on LinkedIn.Connect with Ferrovial on Twitter or LinkedIn.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Reworked
S2. Episode 9: Getting buy-in and measuring ROI on inclusive culture programmes with Nikki de Vet

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2019 33:44


This week Rachael talks to Nikki de Vet, Organisational Effectiveness Manager at British Land, one of the largest property development and investment companies in the UK.In this episode, Rachael and Nikki tackle two of the most burning questions in diversity and inclusion: how to get buy-in from staff at all levels for cultural change programmes and how do you measure the impact the work you are doing is having? Rachael and Nikki discuss what triggered the need for culture change at British Land, how to get diversity onto the agenda of senior leaders, barriers to change, getting buy-in from all levels across the organisation and how to measure the ROI on culture change programmes.Connect with Nikki on LinkedIn.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Companion Chapel Podcast
Revelation Chapter 4 (reworked)

Companion Chapel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2019 13:06


Revelation Chapter 4 Reworked with the microphone is on and music more appropriately edited. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/companionchapelpodcast/message

Reworked
S2. Episode 8: How to drive cultural change with Rebecca Berry

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2019 23:24


In this episode, Rachael talks to Rebecca Berry, Head of Culture, Diversity and Inclusion at Lloyds Register about driving culture change. Rebecca Berry is the Head of Culture, Diversity and Inclusion at Lloyds Register, one of the world’s leading providers of professional services for engineering and technology. Rachael and Rebecca discuss the specific challenges of creating an inclusive culture at scale in a complex, global organisation, the vision for what good looks like and their ongoing commitment to cultural renewal. Connect with Rebecca on LinkedIn.Follow Lloyds Register on Twitter.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Reworked
S2. Episode 7: How to rework inclusive leadership

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2019 8:09


In episode 7, Rachael breaks down the popular buzz phrase inclusive leadership in our new 'How to reWork' mini-series.In this episode, Rachael tackles 'inclusive leadership'. It's a popular buzz phrase just now, but what does it mean? Rachael answers all your key questions, including: • What do we mean by 'inclusive leadership'? • What would you seen an inclusive leader doing? • How do you know if you are an inclusive leader?Along with great examples of inclusive leadership, this episode covers all the important fundamentals you need to understand and develop inclusive leadership skills.Get in touch to learn more about EW Group's bespoke inclusive leadership training and how we can support you organisation in becoming more inclusive.Connect with Rachael on LinkedIn or Twitter.You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Reworked
S2. Episode 6: Diversity Communications with Gary Jackson

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2019 32:52


In episode 6, Rachael talks to Gary Jackson, Group Director of Communications and Customer Success at Mears Group about the importance of diversity communications.Rachael and Gary discuss the importance of diversity communications in your organisation, from how critical is good comms on diversity and inclusion, to how getting it right can move you from an organisation that has diversity and inclusion initiatives to one that lives and breathes those values in a meaningful way. Today everything is value led and driven, so it’s important to let everyone know who you are as a business and what you stand for collectively, says Gary.From recognising a ‘one size fits all’ approach to internal communications doesn’t work, to identifying the importance of clear messages and creating a storytelling culture, Gary shares his insights and experiences in transforming how diversity is positioned at Mears.Connect with Gary on Twitter or LinkedIn.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Reworked
S2. Episode 5: The Return Hub with Dominie Moss

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2019 31:40


In episode 5, Rachael talks to Dominie Moss, founder of The Return Hub, a unique recruitment firm about what her company is doing to challenge the return to work status quo.People returning to work after a career break, having children, travelling – whatever the reason – can face an uphill struggle to be taken seriously in the job market. The transferable skills they possess can be a real asset to our organisations, but they are all too often overlooked. Dominie Moss is changing that with her organisation, The Return Hub, which places professionals who want to relaunch after a career break or transfer their careers into the financial services sector. Rachael and Dominie discuss the barriers candidates face, best practices companies can adopt in their recruitment processes, and whether the automation of recruitment will help overcome unconscious bias. Connect with Dominie on Twitter or LinkedIn.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.People Management Article: Fewer than one in five women feel confident returning to work after maternity leave

Reworked
S2. Episode 4: How to rework unconscious bias

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2019 8:36


In this week's episode, we're changing things up. In our new "How to rework" guides, Rachael Wilson breaks down the big topics in diversity and inclusion, starting with unconscious bias.In this episode, Rachael is tackling unconscious bias. From answering 'what is unconscious bias?' to discussing 'how does it affect us at work?', 'what's the science behind it?' and 'what can we do to address unconscious bias?', all grounds are covered. Learn more about EW Group's bespoke unconscious bias training and how we can support your organisation in becoming more inclusive.Connect with Rachael on LinkedIn or Twitter.You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Reworked
S2. Episode 3: The Power of Staff Networks with Cherron Inko-Tariah

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2019 33:51


In this week's episode, Rachael talks to Cherron Inko-Tariah MBE, former civil servant and founder of the Power of Staff Networks.Cherron Inko-Tariah is one of those inspiring people who has turned her passion for staff networks into her specialism. Cherron is the author of The Incredible Power of Staff Networks, which is a go-to guide for setting up, getting buy-in and making a success of staff networks. She now works across the UK and internationally to support the creation of staff networks. In 2011, Cherron received an MBE for her services to the UK government and her work in the faith community with young people. In this episode, Cherron shares her insights and tips on what makes a successful staff network (and what doesn't) and how you can start your own staff network within your organisation.Connect with Cherron on LinkedIn or Twitter.You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

Reworked
S2. Episode 2: Challenging the Dominant Narrative with Salma El-Wardany

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2019 32:38


In episode 2, Rachael talks to Salma El-Wardany, TEDx speaker, BBC Radio London host, business owner and poet, about her experiences as a Muslim woman in the 21st century both in wider society and in the workplace.Salma discusses her experiences growing up in Newcastle, fighting in the revolution during the Arab Spring in Cairo, working in the corporate world in London, and starting her own marketing business as a young Muslim woman. Salma stresses the importance of not just giving lip service to diversity, but the need to do something, to be constructive with our anger and challenge dominant narratives that normalise prejudice and discrimination.You can also read more about Salma's experiences and her tips on what we could each do to impact lasting change and create more inclusive cultures here.Connect with Salma on LinkedIn and Twitter.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter or visit our website.

Reworked
S2. Episode 1: Promoting Diversity in Planning with Victoria Hills

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2019 32:18


In our first episode back for 2019, Rachael talks to Victoria Hills, Chief Executive of the Royal Town Planning Institute, on her career journey and important lessons she’s learnt on the way.Until April 2018 Victoria Hills headed up the UK's largest re-generation project in West London. She’s now Chief Executive of the Royal Town Planning Institute, the largest planning institute in Europe. Touching upon on the importance of role models, networking and taking a risk to get the career you want, Victoria reflects on the milestones in her career so far and the challenges of getting to the top as a woman. Whilst the field of planning is still largely dominated by men, there’s phenomenal change underway with more and more women entering the industry. But what can be done to ensure that the industry is as representative and diverse as possible? Victoria shares her insights not only on the barriers to diversity, but her tips you can adopt now to get the career you want.Connect with Victoria on LinkedIn or Twitter.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter or our Website.

My Little Tonys
The 1998 Tony Awards, Part 2

My Little Tonys

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2018 64:50


In this episode, we conclude our discussion of the ‘98 Tony Awards. We pour one out for the dearly departed Natasha Richardson, join our heads together to analyze the reasons Side Show flopped, and wonder where in the world is Frank Wildhorn? (He’s big in Japan). Follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@mylittletonys) for additional content about this season’s shows! Works referenced/cited: Patinkin, Sheldon. "No Legs, No Jokes, No Chance": a History of the American Musical Theater. Northwestern University Press, 2008. Bloom, Ken, and Frank Vlastnik. Broadway Musicals: the 101 Greatest Shows of All Time. Black Dog & Leventhal Pubs., 2010. Filichia, Peter. Broadway Musicals: The Biggest Hit & the Biggest Flop of the Season 1959 to 2009. Applause Books, 2010. Als, Hilton. “Freaks on Broadway.” The New Yorker, 20 June 2017. O'Malley, Sheila. “Fully Realized: On Natasha Richardson in Cabaret.” Slant Magazine, 20 Mar. 2009. Lyman, Rick. “Defeated, 'Side Show' Is Closing Jan. 3.” The New York Times, 23 Dec. 1997. Lyman, Rick. “Ideas & Trends: Queasy About Broadway; What the Audience Won't Watch.” The New York Times, 4 Jan. 1998. Brantley, Ben. “THEATER REVIEW; Desperate Dance at Oblivion's Brink.” The New York Times, 20 Mar. 1998. Brantley, Ben. “THEATER REVIEW; Recovered, Restuffed, Otherwise Unchanged.” The New York Times, 5 Nov. 1998. Brantley, Ben. “THEATER REVIEW; Two Faces, And Both In Trouble.” The New York Times, 10 Nov. 1997. Brookhiser, Richard. “With a Revival Comes a Helping Of Revisionism.” The New York Times, 24 Aug. 1997. Canby, Vincent. “THEATER; Finally, a Dandy of a 'Pimpernel'.” The New York Times, 15 Nov. 1998. Canby, Vincent. “THEATER; Reworked for the Stage, 'High Society' Isn't Very.” The New York Times, 3 May 1998. Considine, J.D. “Facing the Music.” Baltimore Sun, 22 Oct. 2018. Evans, Greg. “Triumph of Love.” Variety, Variety, 2 Nov. 1997. Kendrick, Anna. Scrappy Little Nobody. Simon & Schuster, 2017. Lyman, Rick. “'1776' Will Make It to Broadway.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 30 Oct. 1997. Lyman, Rick. “After 'Capeman,' A Chill in a Thriving Broadway Season.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 7 Mar. 1998. Lyman, Rick. “Revival of '1776' Unlikely To Reach Broadway.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 9 Oct. 1997. Pogrebin, Robin. “Broadway's Critic-Proof Composer Says This Is (Still) His Moment; Like His 'Scarlet Pimpernel,' Frank Wildhorn Keeps on Going.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 6 Oct. 1999. Suisman, Charlie. “THEATER; Cue the Pop Ballad, Warn the Critics.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 15 Aug. 2004. Viagas, Robert. “Paul Simon's Capeman Opens to Protests.” Playbill, 30 Jan. 1998. Frank Wildhorn - on How He Works The Scarlet Pimpernel Broadway Tour Special, Part 1 Kurtz, Judy. “Rosie O'Donnell to Lead Broadway Stars in Protest Outside White House.” The Hill, 3 Aug. 2018. Brantley, Ben. “THEATER REVIEW; With Restraint, Illuminating The Freak In Everyone.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 17 Oct. 1997. Canby, Vincent. “SUNDAY VIEW; 'Side Show' Asks, What Is Normal?” The New York Times, 26 Oct. 1997. Canby, Vincent. “SUNDAY VIEW; 'Capeman' Doesn't Fly, Despite the Music.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 8 Feb. 1998. The Capeman on Broadway

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20. Everyone Matters Guide to Menopause with Karen Venn

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2018 24:45


In this week’s episode, Rachael is talking to Karen Venn, Diversity and Inclusion Project Manager at Network Rail about a new project Karen’s spearheading with her colleagues, ‘Everyone’s Guide to Menopause.’Menopause is still a relatively taboo subject regarding women’s health. The average age menopause is reached is 50, affecting approximately 3.5 million women in the UK. Menopause affects women in different ways. And since we’re now living longer and retiring later, menopause will undoubtedly affect our working lives in some way.It’s not often spoken about even within personal circles, let alone openly discussing its impact on employees’ wellbeing within the workplace. Not often do we find employers who are proactive in supporting women during this time. Yet, Karen and her team at Network Rail are tackling the subject head on. Launching the ‘Everyone Matters Guide to Menopause’, along with a short film on the subject, helpful resources and a support group, Network Rail are light years ahead in their approach in ensuring everyone feels supported at work and cultivating an inclusive work environment.Connect with Karen on LinkedIn.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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19. Migration with Pat Cox

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2018 27:25


This week, Rachael is talking to Pat Cox – reader in Social Work and Social Justice at University of Central Lancashire – about the diversity and inclusion issues surrounding migration.We effectively live in a world on the move. We are increasingly looking for meaningful work, opportunities, better standards of living and adventure. Migration is undoubtedly one of the overarching issues of the 21st century sparking political and moral debates about nationalism, patriotism and the rights of migrant peoples across the world.Yet, we still have limited knowledge about the experiences of migrants in the UK. And we know even less about the lived experiences of migrants escaping from torture, war and even the impact of climate change.Pat shares her insights into the matter, what it means to a reader and the importance of challenging people on their preconceptions and initiating new ways of thinking about migration.Follow Pat Cox on ResearchGate.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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18. Power Up Your Career with Caroline Arnold

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2018 21:01


In this episode, Rachael talks to Caroline Arnold, an executive coach and one of EW Group’s team of diversity and inclusion specialists, about how coaching can help individuals and how it fits into the broader organisational picture.More organisations are recognising the importance of offering coaching and mentoring to its employees to help create progression pathways into senior positions which work for men and women equally.For example, PwC recently announced it will begin assigning mentors – usually partners – to help female and ethnic minorities employees access career-defining opportunities and help tackle its gender pay gap.Caroline’s interest in coaching, especially women, stems for her own personal experiences in forging her career path and background in HR which showed her that women compared to men didn’t always feel able to negotiate their own salary and benefit packages.Learn how you can power up your career with coaching.Connect with Caroline on LinkedIn.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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17. The 5-Point Wellbeing Plan with Ruth Cooper-Dickson

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2018 28:47


In Episode 17, Rachael is joined by a good friend of EW Group, Ruth Cooper-Dickson, to discuss how to remove the fear of saying no. Ruth also shares her practical tips on how to create more time for yourself despite having a hectic work schedule. Ruth is our partner for all Mental Health England accredited programmes and a well respected specialist in the field of mental health and wellbeing. She is also the founder of Champs Consultancy and a patron of the national anxiety charity, No Panic. We’re all creatures of (bad) habits. Hear more about our 5-point plan for wellbeing and making more time for you! 1. Creating space for yourself through morning routines 2. Establishing work boundaries 3. Having ceremonies or routines 4. Setting the pace of your day 5. Building on your strengths For more on the Miracle Morning, click here. Connect with Ruth on Twitter or Instagram. You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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16. DACS: Reconnecting with Artists

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2018 28:03


In episode 16 of Reworked, Rachael Wilson talks to the Gilane Tawadros, Chief Executive at DACS, a not-for-profit visual artists’ rights management organisation. DACS was set up by artists for artists to help transform the financial landscape for visual artists, campaign for artists’ rights and champion their sustained and vital contribution to the creative economy. Yet, sometimes it is easy to lose sight of your organisation’s core purpose. Gilane talks about the importance of DACS rediscovering its purpose and reconnecting with the people it is meant to serve: to support artists’ work and their ability to produce their artwork sustainably. Without having this deep understanding of artists’ needs and what these needs will be in the future at the heart of the organisation, it becomes increasingly difficult to remain relevant. Cultural change does not happen overnight. Rachael and Gilane discuss the steps DACS took to implement a cultural change to help reconnect with artists and embed across all levels of the organisation the mantra – does this help artists? – to help build confidence and clarify DACS core purpose to both artists and the outside world. Connect with Gilane on Twitter. You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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15: Project Race with Rob Neil OBE

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2018 51:49


In episode 15 of Reworked, Rachael Wilson talks to Rob Neil OBE, Head of Project Race at the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) and the former Chair of the Civil Service Race Forum. Rob provides a candid insight into his experience of being a black man in the Civil Service. With over three decades of lived experience, Rob offers a refreshingly honest analysis of the experience of minority groups in the workplace. He gives real examples of how he leads on diversity, how he is equipping his cohort of race ambassadors to do the same and talks about why he is calling on senior leaders to clear the runway so that progress on race equality can be made. Sponsored by the Permanent Secretary and Civil Service Race Champion, Richard Heaton, Project Race is a corporate initiative that supports the delivery of MoJ’s published objectives to deliver increased numbers of BAME staff at senior Civil Service level. The project facilitates honest conversations with the aim of becoming more comfortable and confident talking about race across the MoJ. Project Race is part of the Civil Service’ ambitious diversity and inclusion strategy to become the UK’s most inclusive employer by 2020. Rob was awarded an OBE in The Queen’s 2018 New Year’s Honours list for ‘Services to Race Equality in the workplace and the community’. He was shortlisted as an Ethnicity Awards Top 8 BAME Workplace Hero in August 2018. You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

DJ Magnus Podcasts
Rebel Heart Reworked

DJ Magnus Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2018 86:55


Amid the mass leak from the Material Girl’s 13th album in late 2014, albeit 32 tracks in total, she released the album for pre-order on iTunes on December 20th, with 6 tracks being available for download. Rebel Heart was co-written & co-produced with Diplo, Kanye West & the late Avicii. Thematically, Rebel Heart represents the singer's romantic and rebellious sides; the ideas grew organically during the writing and recording sessions. Musically, it is a pop record which merges an array of genres such as 90’s house, trap, and reggae, while using acoustic guitars and gospel choir. Some of the songs are autobiographical in nature while others talk about love and Her career. To promote the album, Madonna made several television appearances and performances. Further promotion was done by the Rebel Heart Tour, which started in September 2015 & concluded in March 2016, visiting North America, Europe, Asia & Australia, including Her unique MTV-unplugged-style “Tears of a Clown” performance in Melbourne, which I was fortunate enough to see! I’ve chosen 13 tracks from the album, including the 4 single releases & one extra-funky mashup. So, to all my Rebel Hearts thank YOU from the bottom of MY Rebel Heart for listening & loving my Reworked series! It’s been an absolute joy to bring them to you. As always, it’s mixed & made with love, so enjoy MY gift to you, on this my 48th Birthday! Her thirteenth studio album Originally released March 16th 2015 Reworked September 2nd 2018 1. Intro / Living For Love (Joel Dickinson Marathon Mix) 2. Bitch I’m Madonna (Twisted Dee Club Mix) 3. Rebel Heart (Cleopatra’s Heart Attack Club Mix) 4. Devil Pray (Mirror Ball’s Disco Will Survive Remix) 5. Heartbreak City (Rohen Mizrahi Club Mix) 6. Ghosttown (Offer Nissim Drama Mix) 7. Holy Water (Guyom’s Blasphemous VDO Remix) 8. Illuminati (DiEdge Club Mix) 9. Wash All Over Me (Taj’s Perfect Storm Remix) 10. Messiah (Maxim Andreev Nu Disco Mix) 11. Iconic (Bionic Teleport Remix) 12. Unapologetic Bitch (Dalton Remix) 13. Joan of Arc (Idaho’s Superhero Prayer Mix) Bonus track* Everybody’s Living For Love (Robin Skouteris Mashup)

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14. Spaced Learning with Feed Your Elephant

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2018 29:17


For episode 14 of Reworked, Rachael catches up with Jim Gant and Keith Grafham, the team behind Feed Your Elephant, an exciting new start-up set to change the way people learn. Have you ever stayed up all night cramming for an exam, only to find yourself drawing blanks the next day? That’s because our brains aren’t built to work that way. Scientific evidence suggests that we learn much more effectively by absorbing small amounts of information over a sustained period. This is called spaced learning. Jim has employed this science to create Feed Your Elephant, a series of applications designed to help you integrate new knowledge into your long-term memory. You can currently download the free apps to learn anything from capital cities, to the names and characteristics of wines. However, the technology can also be used to supplement in-house training sessions. Spaced learning banishes the element of competition present in most other learning environments. It also uses the speed and accuracy at which you retain information to formulate personalised content and reminders. Rachael talks to Jim and Keith about what the future holds for their spaced learning start-up. She learns the logistics behind the science that fuels it, and finds out how the company has already taken great leaps to boost confidence and performance in workplaces across the UK. You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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13. Supporting Women Entrepreneurs with Lauren Quigley

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2018 22:51


For episode 13 of the Reworked podcast, Rachael talks to Lauren Quigley, Business Growth Lead at the Mayor of London’s official promotional agency, London and Partners. You may have heard the phrase ‘Behind every man is a great woman’. This year, London and Partners are turning that anachronism on its head. Women don’t stand behind great men; they power great cities, and the company’s #BehindEveryGreatCity campaign is setting out to prove it. #BehindEveryGreatCity was launched at the start of 2018. The campaign aims to support and raise the profile of the capital’s top women entrepreneurs and break down the still-significant obstacles they face on the road to success: only 8% of the UK’s women entrepreneurs secure venture capital funding, for example. Rachael talks to Lauren about hope for the future, and discusses how London and Partners are paving the way for women in business – delving into the importance of mentors, communities, and having the confidence to challenge investors. Connect with Lauren on Twitter. You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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12. Inside the Met Police with Victor Olisa

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2018 46:19


For episode 12 of the ReWorked podcast, Rachael is joined by Victor Olisa, former Head of Diversity and Chief Superintendent at the Metropolitan Police. Working for the Metropolitan Police is demanding. 12-hour shifts are becoming the norm, and a recent study revealed that 53% of officers are never or only rarely able to take their full rest break entitlement. As Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Victor was tasked with the challenge of convincing these time-pressed officers to make his cause a priority. He tells Rachael the tactics that he used to ‘sell’ diversity and inclusion to the officers, and reflects on the positive changes to working culture and community engagement that he enabled. Under Victor’s management, the Met saw a record level of BAME candidates join its ranks, with over 4,000 BAME officers recorded in 2016. Yet despite this success, Victor is the first to admit that there is still a long way to go. Systemic issues with stop and search, BME mentoring programmes, and stress management remain. The podcast delves into these key problem areas, and Victor offers his own informed opinion on how they can be tackled. Connect with Victor on Twitter. You're listening to ReWorked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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11. Wellbeing with Vix Anderton

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2018 28:07


In episode 11 of the Reworked podcast, Rachael talks to Vix Anderton, a wellbeing specialist and co-founder of The Practical Balance. The importance of wellbeing in the modern workplace cannot be underestimated. It has been estimated that 12.5 million working days were lost in 2016-17 due to work-related stress, depression or anxiety. But for many companies, approaches to dealing with the problem have only come in the form of short-sighted, box-ticking exercises. So how can businesses make the structural and cultural changes necessary to entrench wellbeing as a core company principle? What can be done to reduce the pressure and expectation on employees? And what are the obstacles getting in the way, and how can we best move past them? Vix answers these questions and many more as she talks to Rachael about the benefits that can follow when a company takes practical steps to incorporate wellbeing into its DNA. She also offers some invaluable tips on the steps we can all take to focus more on our own wellbeing in everyday life. Connect with Vix on Twitter. You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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TechnoRetro Dads: Star Wars Aftershocks featuring Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

TechnoRetro Dads

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2018 71:21


After Star Wars thrilled audiences in theaters, everyone wanted to tap into the collective consciousness of pop culture that had embraced that galaxy far, far away.  After Battlestar Galactica was declined a second season, Glen A Larson made another attempt to seize audiences’ interest in futuristic space shows.  This time, he chose to update an iconic character to suit the culture of the late 1970s.  Buck Rogers, a character created by Philip Francis Nowlan in 1928 had already been featured in print, film, and on radio, and was ripe for a modern makeover.  NBC picked up the pilot which was packed with movie-style special effects, classic characters, and a light-hearted spirit that quickly caught on with young and older viewer.  Buck Rogers in the 25th Century sated our appetites for two seasons while we awaited the anticipated sequel to Star Wars.   Buck Rogers in the 25th Century The pilot episode of the television series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century was released theatrically in March 1979 as a prelude to the TV show which would air later that year.  Reworked and edited as a two-part first episode, “Awakening” revealed Buck’s backstory and his return to Earth five hundred years after being cryogenically frozen soon after lift-off in 1987.  We watched as Captain Buck Rogers (Gil Gerard) was captured by Princess Ardala’s (Pamela Hensley) flagship and subsequently set back on course to return to Earth at its previously programmed destination, Chicago. Upon his return “home”, Buck encounters a world alien to his senses as he comes to realize his planet had undergone devastating changes.  Colonel Wilma Deering (Erin Gray), Dr. Elias Huer (Tim O’Connor), and a pint-sized drone called Twice (Felix Silla) curiously and cautiously befriended Buck as the adventures began in the 25th Century. The first season of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century was a hit with audiences as Gerard’s portrayal of a confident 70s "macho man” with a penchant for twentieth century references and an attractive personality (and sufficient chest hair) was alluring to female characters on screen and young viewers at home.  The characters’ interactions with each other week-after-week made this NBC program “must see TV” until the show radically changed course in the second season, losing audiences and frustrating members of the cast and crew. However, as is evident in this discussion between shazbazzar, JediShua, and SuperFriend Paul Bateman, the show is still remembered fondly by those who saw it in its initial run from 1979-1981.  With audio from Gil Gerard’s appearance at Alabama Phoenix Festival in 2013 and “Keep on Sailin’”,a musical piece by High Adventure with lyrics by shazbazzar, this episode of TechnoRetro Dads Star Wars Aftershocks is sure to get you ready to don some white spandex and groove to a rockin’ disco beat in a 70s’ version of the 25th Century. For a look back at more Star Wars connections with Buck Rogers and Flash Gordon, check out shazbazzar’s article on RetroZap.com! Thanks for tuning in to TechnoRetro Dads, EarBuds!  Don’t forget to rate and review TechnoRetro Dads on iTunes.  Then share us and with us on social media, and join us on Discord for discussions about toys, cereal, games, movies and/or shows from the ‘70s and ‘80s.  While you’re at it, give the ‘Dads your feedback via voice mail at (209) 878-7323 or sending us a message or mp3 via electronic-M to podcast@TechnoRetroDads.com.

Abel Aguilera Classics
RE-DISCOFIED

Abel Aguilera Classics

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2018 76:55


REWORKED, REVIVED, RELIVE, FUNKY TUNES !

Abel Aguilera Classics
RE-DISCOFIED

Abel Aguilera Classics

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2018 76:55


REWORKED, REVIVED, RELIVE, FUNKY TUNES !

Reworked
10. Gender Equality in Recruitment with Gemma Lloyd

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2018 19:36


For the tenth episode of Reworked we caught up with Gemma Lloyd, founder of the recruitment app Work180, which has recently landed in the UK. Equality, diversity and inclusion often appear in organisational values and strategy. Work180 helps job seekers know before they apply which organisations walk their talk. The Work180 app advertises the job roles of companies that have already been vetted on their equality-supporting practices. Businesses are assessed on their maternity/paternity leave and flexible working policies, their gender pay gap reporting, and a host of other key criteria. Job seekers can then be confident that the organisation they are applying to work with has an inclusive workplace culture. The app has already been a great success in Australia, where it receives 90,000 job searches a month, and it will reach New York and San Francisco very soon. Gemma draws interesting comparisons of attitudes towards diversity and inclusion between the UK and Australia. With gender equality and the gender pay gap being on the forefront of public agenda this year in the UK, she thinks the app will have an even greater impact here. Connect with Gemma on Twitter. You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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9. Unconscious Bias and Brand Reputation with Jane Farrell

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2018 24:40


On 12th April 2018, two black men were arrested in a Starbucks branch in Philadelphia while waiting for a friend to join them. Mobile-phone video footage of the pair being put in handcuffs in front of disbelieving onlookers soon went viral. The arrests sparked demonstrations outside the branch and wider outrage across social media. As part of the company's response, Starbucks announced that it would close more than 8,000 of its US stores on 29th May to run unconscious bias training sessions for around 175,000 employees. It was an unprecedented move in high-street retail. Jane Farrell co-founded EW Group in 1992, and is one of the UK's leading experts on diversity and inclusion. Jane recently appeared on Radio 4's Today programme and Channel 5 News to talk about the Starbucks incident and the resulting spotlight on unconscious bias training. In this episode of Reworked, Jane speaks to Rachael Wilson about the rise and rise of the term 'unconscious bias' in public and professional discourse. Together they try to unravel the "Rubik's Cube" of how advantage and disadvantage operate in different workplaces. You'll hear Jane's own story and her formative experiences of inclusion/exclusion in and outside of work. Connect with Jane on LinkedIn or Twitter. You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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8. Tech Solutions to Sexual Harassment with Jillian Kowalchuk

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2018 31:51


As we journey across London, whether night or day but almost undoubtedly absorbed in our technology, how in tune are we with our physical personal safety in the moment? Rachael speaks with Jillian Kowalchuk the creator of Safe and The City, a free app which merges police crime data on sexual assault in London with the stories of users. With this information, people are empowered to make informed choices about their travel routes, and businesses and communities know where to direct their efforts to create an inclusive environment. From her experiences travelling, Jillian tells us she found knowing her surroundings allowed her to adapt her journey choices, which gave her the confidence to better manage her own safety. However, current technology tends to only provide information on the quickest routes to places, not necessarily the safest. Safe and The City aims to alert people before they walk into known hotspots, so they have the knowledge to make safer choices. Attracting 7000 users in just 6 weeks, people are clearly recognising the need to be proactive about their safety day-to-day. Jillian also highlights the opportunities for businesses and communities to use data to make London a safer and more inclusive city for us all. The data also has the power to enhance brand reputation; providing an invaluable insight into the perception of employees externally, in a similar way that Glassdoor operates for workplaces internally. Connect with Jillian on Twitter. You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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7. Leadership and Perfectionism with Jane Crombleholme

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2018 23:49


For Episode 7 of Reworked, Rachael talks to Jane Crombleholme, Head of Executive Education at the Alliance Manchester Business School, about the concept of anti-perfectionism and being 'just good enough' as a leader. Is it harder than ever to be a strong leader? Leadership must be authentic, inclusive and empathetic, all while delivering a high level of performance and results. Jane Crombleholme is the Head of Executive Education at the Alliance Manchester Business School, the oldest and largest in the UK, and the Chair of the Board of the NHS Stockport Clinical Commissioning Group. With her years of experience in management development, Jane is an advocate for a more relaxed (and therefore more authentic) take on models of senior leadership. The episode includes Jane's three-point plan for taking the perfectionism out of your leadership approach. Noticing, listening, and giving people the licence to make mistakes and learn from them are all key elements of this anti-perfectionist approach. It's a liberating concept, and the conversation ranges from strategic leadership and people management to creativity and wellbeing. Connect with Jane on Twitter. You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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6. Creating a Movement for Change with Joeli Brearley

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2018 41:46


For Episode 6 of Reworked, Rachael travelled to Levenshulme in Manchester to look up an old friend who has turned her passion for workplace equality into real purpose. Joeli Brearley launched the Pregnant Then Screwed campaign three years ago as a forum for women to share their stories about how they were treated by employers while pregnant or returning to work after the birth of a child. I'm interested to hear Joeli's own personal story that gave her the impetus to get started. But also to understand more about how a passion becomes a project, how that project becomes a lobbying campaign with impact, and then a movement which captures the hearts and minds of working parents around the world. Joeli Brearley founded the Pregnant Then Screwed campaign after a personal experience of discrimination when pregnant with her first child. The campaign now operates internationally and lobbies for legislative and organisational modernisation to ensure recognition, respect and change for working mums and dads. Connect with Joeli on Twitter. You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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5. Culture Change with Phil Jones MBE

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2018 53:47


Rachael travels to Manchester to meet Phil Jones MBE, CEO of Brother UK, and to find out more about developing a company culture that is able to adapt to a fast-moving marketplace. As the landscape of work becomes ever more complex, how can you as a company ensure you have a workforce that is adaptable, resilient and diverse enough to make smart business decisions? Phil Jones MBE talks to Rachael about how to drive culture change, and the key values and behaviours needed to support a modern workforce. Do your people feel included enough to participate? Are they engaged to the level needed to boost innovation in a market as fierce and fast-paced as tech? Phil shares personal insights and examples of the changes he made – large and small – that have seen Brother UK named as one of the Times Top 100 places to work, as well as an Investors in People Platinum Workplace. Connect with Phil on Twitter. You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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4. Diversity Opportunities in Italy with Rachael Wilson

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2018 16:28


EW Group MD Rachael Wilson travels to Rome to speak to Italian business leaders about their diversity and inclusion plans. "If you compare Italy now to 20 years ago, we've changed very very quickly. Companies are creating a new inclusive approach in order to transform diversity into business opportunity. It's a reality that's growing fast." Emelia Garito, TEDxRoma Last week, Rachael was invited to speak at a conference in Rome hosted by EW Group's Italian partners, Diversity Opportunity. These are divisive times in Italy: the general election the day before the event had ended in a hung parliament. Against such an uncertain backdrop, Rachael wanted to get a sense of the efforts that Italian businesses are making to adapt perspectives around diversity, and to address barriers to inclusion. What she found was a genuine belief that diversity represents a source of team empowerment and business innovation. As the only Brit in the room, Rachael took the chance to speak to a number of guests about the rising importance of workplace diversity and inclusion in Italy, and the progress made so far: - Elvis Daniel, HR Business Partner at Stryker - Emelia Garito, Organiser of TedxRoma - Monica Ricci, HR Director, eFM - Emiliano Boschetto, ‎Institutional Relations and Communication Manager at eFM You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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3. Demographic Change with Aaqil Ahmed

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Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2018 54:35


EW Group MD Rachael Wilson hosts demographic change expert Aaqil Ahmed for a special event in London to discuss the business opportunities for growth that are linked to changing customer demographics. This special episode was recorded live in front of an audience at Henry Wood House in London. Aaqil is the former Head of Religion and Ethics at the BBC and Commissioning Editor at Channel 4, and is now a Professor of Media at the University of Bolton. He specialises in working with businesses to pinpoint new opportunities to expand their reach in response to demographic change and the increasing need for cultural literacy. "Cultural literacy comes from understanding the basics of what somebody believes in, and how they live their life, and therefore understanding that there may be certain things that they may do differently that we have to find a way of making it work. That may be in the language we would use as broadcasters, or the way we would try and sell or position ourselves as businesses to those people." Aaqil Ahmed Aaqil offers up a number of real-life case studies from the media, FMCG and retail sectors around building cultural literacy and awareness, especially around religion and faith. These include the M&S Modest fashion range, Nike Pro Hijab, and how Bicester Village has developed its East Asian and Gulf Arab customer bases. For more information, check out the Megatrends report from PwC on demographic change Connect with Aaqil on Twitter. You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

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2. Intrapreneurship with Marianne Constans

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2018 22:05


EW Group MD Rachael Wilson travels to Paris to talk to HR and inclusion specialist Marianne Constans about driving cultural change within organisations. Marianne is closely involved in the growing intrapreneurship movement across Europe. Intrapreneurship is the concept of using entrepreneurial skills to lead innovation or change within a large organisation, whether that means products, processes or working cultures. "An intrapreneur is someone with entrepreneurial skills within a big organisation who spots an opportunity for change or innovation and then leads that change no matter what." Marianne Constans Marianne provides a fascinating insight based on her own experience of implementing change around diversity and inclusion within the FTSE100 company Imperial Brands in Bristol. To learn more about the intrapreneurship movement, check out these links: The book Marianne co-wrote on the subject (currently only available in French) The League of Intrapreneurs - a community of intrapreneurs based in London, with case studies and practical tools The Intrapreneurship Conference - a global platform that organises conferences around the world This TED Talk by Shoel Perelman on How a Company can Nurture its Internal Rebels Connect with Marianne on Twitter. You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

Reworked
1. Trust with Chris Paton

Reworked

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2018 32:25


EW Group MD Rachael Wilson talks to former Royal Marines Lieutenant Colonel Chris Paton about the importance of trust in managing teams at work. During his time in the armed forces, Chris Paton was responsible for advising on Afghan Strategy and plans to the Cabinet Office and National Security Council. He also saw active service in a wide range of places including Northern Ireland, Kosovo, Georgia, and Afghanistan. Chris has since founded the business wargaming consultancy Quirk Solutions, and specialises in working with public and private companies to stress-test their strategic plans. Connect with Chris on Twitter. You're listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on workplace culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to build inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter.

Podcast Rock City
PODCAST ROCK CITY -162- Reworking 78

Podcast Rock City

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2017 65:58


This week we make our own 78 record out of the solo albums..Check it out!

Dudes Brunch
Episode 80, Part 2: Can't Get Enough of Those Words

Dudes Brunch

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2017 75:42


The panel shares what they loved about 2016. 0:00 -- Music We Loved in 2016 Check out our End of Year Playlist Cardinal by Pinegrove Weezer (White Album) by Weezer Coloring Book by Chance the Rapper Music Episode "Pretty Pimpin'" by Kurt Vile Human Ceremony by Sunflower Bean KEXP Are You Satisfied? by Slaves Take Control by Slaves Seeds, Roots & Fruits by Emapea Taylor's List of Albums for Tyler Massive Attack Hatsune Miku "California Love" by 2Pac "Miku" by Anamanguchi Awaken, My Love by Childish Gambino Hella Personal Film Festival  by Open Mike Eagle & Paul White Three Demos, Reworked by Brand New 25:20 -- Internet Garbage We Loved in 2016 Amber Rose vs. Kanye West Kimye vs. Taylor Swift Barack and Joe, BFFs How will Obama Spend his Retirement Bernie in a Flower Crown Ted Cruz, Zodiac Killer Ted Cruz's Weird White Thing The Meme Review Casey Niestat PewDieDie Deleted His Channel Google Photos H3H3 Productions My Brother, My Brother & Me Monster Factory Griffin's Amiibo Corner Car Boys Cool Games Inc. Devs Make Mario 47:14 -- Movies & TV We Loved in 2016 Fantastic Beasts & Where To Find Them Westworld Rick & Morty Peaky Blinders Zootopia Rogue One Stranger Things Master of None Captain America Civil War Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinju Yuri On Ice 1:11:00 -- In Memoriam 2016

Con!tro!lo
Con!tro!lo 332 | 2016-09-19

Con!tro!lo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2016


00:21 | 2016 | Syntec - Catch My Fall (Scott Bells Remix) (1)05:28 | 2016 | Leaether Strip - Here Comes The Rain Again (2)10:07 | 2016 | Stars Crusaders - Under Attack (Advance Remix) 13:56 | 2015 | Machinista - Picture Frame Eternity 17:34 | 2015 | Ayria - Underneath The Water20:28 | 2016 | PIG - Found In Filth - MC Lord Of The Flies (Marc Heal Remix)25:43 | 2015 | AD:Key - Monotonie29:16 | 2016 | Grendel - Crucify (3)34:36 | 2016 | Red Lokust - Speechless (Leaether Strip Remix)39:43 | 2014 | Obsidian FX - The Ghostsong (Angeltheory Remix)43:58 | 2016 | Electric Grimoire - Hypnagogia (Kult Of Red Pyramid Remix)47:42 | 2013 | Solitary Experiments - Game Over52:36 | 2015 | Larva - If I Only Could56:03 | 2015 | ESC - Catarse59:43 | 2016 | The Firm Incorporated - Geschichten Ohne Wert(1) Reworked by Mario E.(2) Original Song: Eurythmics (1983)(3) Song originally released in the Album "Prescription : Medicide" (2004) by Noitekk

Toxicosmos
Toxicosmos - 28 de septiembre de 2015

Toxicosmos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2015 120:10


TOXICOSMOS - Temporada 18 / Edición nº 3 Fecha de emisión: del 28 de septiembre al 5 de octubre Esta semana en Toxicosmos: Brian Wilson, New Order, The Bright... - - - - - - - - - - Abrimos el programa de esta semana con la nueva colección "Reworked by series" de Elefant Records escuchando a Attic Lights remezclados por La Casa Azul y The Primitives por Modular. La actualidad internacional la completamos con lo nuevo de Brian Wilson, New Order, Lana del Rey, Die Goldenen Zitronen, Chvrches, FFS, The Very Best, Florence and the Machine, Gaz Coombes, The Libertines, Velettes, The School, William Fitzsimmons, Halsey, The Maccabees, Julieta Venegas, The Dragulas, Astro y Aline, que son la recomendación esta semana del Instituto Francés de Valencia. En el apartado nacional escuchamos a The Bright, Digodetroit, Hidrogenesse, Hacia las Rocas Imantadas, El Último Vecino versioneando a La Mode y a Juniper Moon como protagonistas de nuestra sección "15 años atrás".

DJ Bolt's Podcast
Zoo Playground - June Long Weekend - Pt1

DJ Bolt's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2015 120:03


I was lucky enough to play both mornings at the Zoo Playground dayclub over the long weekend. Both mornings were huge, with an amazing crowd going crazy on the dance floor. Had a lot of people asking about the tracks I played, so here's the first two hours from my set on Sunday morning If you like and ask nicely, I'll upload the second part of Monday's morning set too ;) Track Listing: 001 - What Now (2K14 Enrico Meloni Remix) - Rihanna 002 - Girl Gone Wild (Jonnas Roy Remix 2015) - Madonna 003 - Shaking That Ass (I See You Baby) (Original Mix) - Jolyon Petch feat. DJ Favorite 004 - Firework (Andry J & Alessandro Vinai 2011 Reworked Bootleg) - Katy Perry 005 - Telephone It All Away At Night (DJ Bolt Mashup) - Lizzie Curious vs Lady Gaga vs Shakedown 006 - Sex Shooter (Dave Ramone Mix) - Cahill 007 - Keep On Jumpin (Corenell Extended Mix) - Corenell, The Lisa Marie Experience 008 - Red Light Disco (Original Mix) - Kue 009 - Drunk In Love (Tiesto Remix) - Beyonce 010 - Show Me Love 2015 (Original Mix) - Sean Finn 011 - Run The World (Dj Loverov Mashup) - Beyonce & Kung Foo 012 - Find the Titanium (Alex Garcia Mash Up) - David Guetta Ft. Mathew Koma 013 - What Is Love (Billy Lace Edit) - Haddaway Vs. Eric Morillo Vs. Abel Ramos 014 - Woman's World (Danny Verde Club Mix) - Cher 015 - Let It Be Love (Ikon Club Remix) - Jessica Sutta (feat Rico Love) 016 - Get Up! (Original Mix) - Global Deejays & Frontload 017 - Savages (Dave Aude Club Remix) - Five Knives 018 - What Makes Your Heartbeat Faster (Toy Armada & DJ GRIND Defibrillator Mix) - Barry Harris 019 - Don't You Want Me (Back to Black remix) - Paulo Pacheco and Mauro Mozart feat. Jomanda 020 - Pretty Girls (Enrry Senna Remix) - Britney Spears & Iggy Azalea 021 - Tubthumping (Teddy Cream Remix) - Chumbawamba 022 - Something Bigger, Something Better (Ladies Put Your Hands Up) (DJ Kitty Glitter Bootleg Mashup) - Amanda Blank vs Martin Phill 023 - Feels Like A Faded Prayer (DJ Bolt Mashup) - ZHU vs Meck feat Dino 024 - Faded (DJ Tristan Jaxx vs Tomas Heredia Mash) - ZHU 025 - XIING (Original Mix) - Orjan Nilsen 026 - Dance In The Dark (DJ Tristan Jaxx vs Yaxkin Retrodisko Mash) - Lady Gaga

Mutations
Invité spécial: Balearic Beth AKA Jared Wiercinski (Zig Zag Collectif)

Mutations

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2015


Paul Charpentier Toni Santagata - UFO Sexo - Carosello SineRider - The Winds Against - Self-released Balearic Beth David Sylvian & Holger Czukay - A Big, Bright, Colourful World -Virgin Eddie C - Iceline - Endless Flight Golden Ivy - Sval Sommar - Fasaan Recordings Vasco Rossi - Una Splendida Giornata - Carosello Bonnie & Klein - Demode - Music For Dreams Denmark Tony Watson - Peace with the Decision - Adult Contemporary  Flowers in the Garden (A Sunshine Rework) - Magic Wand C'est la vie, ma cherie (Reworked by Peza) - A&R Edits Moving in Sound (Reworked by Peza) - A&R Edits

DJ LUIS PODER MIX .mx
Dj luis poder mix (dark back) episode 5

DJ LUIS PODER MIX .mx

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2014 46:48


1Jockeyboys Feat. Bylear Sumter S.I.S.O.M. (Official Audio).mp3 2 Daddys Groove feat. TeamMate Pulse (Benny Benassi Remix).mp3 3 Rebel – Put Your Hands Up (Official Music Audio) (HQ) (HD).mp3 4 Rebel Dimaro Chris Willis Watch The World Go By (Official Audio).mp3 5 Chris Baxx VAG Conqueror (Original Mix).mp3 6 deadmau5 The Reward Is Cheese (Tujamo Remix).mp3 7 Sidney Housen Nils van Zandt Feat. Rashaun Will JLT (Just Like That) (Official Lyric Audio).mp3 8 X TOF Jump (Original Mix).mp3 9 Simon De Jano Madwill Thriller.mp3 10 Sergio Mauri Camelot (Original Mix).mp3 11 Nils van Zandt DJ E POP Tricky Tricky (Official Music Audio) (HQ) (HD).mp3 12 Kind Of Sick Time To Get Loose (Radio Edit).mp3 13 Albin Myers Jump (2014 Reworked).mp3 14 Mayra Veronica Mama Yo! (Bootsmen Remix).mp3

Special Selection Podcasts
Johnny Beast - Special Selection 0094

Special Selection Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2014 81:29


#johnnybeast #specialselection #new #podcast #подборка #свежая #треки #новые #свежак #слушать #втачку #напрокачку #bigroom #house #electro #dutch #top #top100 #promodj #dj #dance #club #клуб #тусовка #классно #новое#музыкадлятренировок #Музика_для_тренувань #HipHopAndSportTrainingMusic #TrainingMusic #МузикаДляТренувань #спортзал #бодибилдинг #bodybuilding #insportt #музыка #спорт #музыкадлябега #кардиотренировка #musicworkout #йога #спорт #пп #зож #шпагат #растяжка #музыкадляйоги #збс #белка #сидит #эстафета #обливания #водой #флешмоб #Ice #Bucket #Challenge #Редкие #лучшие #прикол #самые #смешное #видео #Фейлы #fail #коты #девушки #путин #ржач #новинки #100500 #2014 #авто #гаишник #животные #жириновский #квн #кошки #россия #украина #футбол #збс #охн #клсн #ппц #жесть #майдан #вирус #эбола #правда #новости #ebola #болезнь #news #лихорадка #эпидемия #дискотека #факты #юмор #блондинка #брюнетка #рыжая #лошадь #шиза #кошмар 01. Deadmau5 - The Reward Is Cheese (Tujamo Remix) 02. Darth & Vader - Howling (Toxxic Remix) 03. Albin Myers - Jump (2014 Reworked) 04. Marco V - Ambazz (Original Mix) 05. Sean&Bobo feat. Robin Bennich - Alive (Original Mix) 06. Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj - Bang Bang (Dada Life Remix) 07. Marc Benjamin - The Center (Original Mix) 08. Don Diablo - Back To Life (Original Mix) 09. Dirty Ducks - Kamikaze (Original Mix) 10. Skitzofrenix & Jeff Doubleu - Tear It Off (Original Mix) 11. Kill FM - Bodybang (Original Mix) 12. Holl & Rush, Robin Riccio - Nemesis (Original Mix) 13. Levito - Ultimate (Original Mix) 14. Benny Benassi - Love Is Gonna Save Us (A-One Remix) 15. David Guetta feat. Sam Martin - Dangerous (David Guetta Banging Remix) 16. Jaden Daves - Prime (Original Mix) 17. Timmo Hendriks & Olly James - Rattlesnake (Original Mix) 18. Michael Woods feat. Lauren Dyson - In Your Arms (Dave Winnel Remix) 19. Congorock & Nom De Strip vs. 3LAU & Acetronik feat. Incubus - Mineral Drive (3LAU Edit) 20. Milo & Otis - Festmunch 2 (The Haunting) (Original Mix) 21. Paris & Simo feat. Kernkraft 400 - Zombie (3LAU Edit) 22. Carnage & Junkie Kid - Krakatoa (Jayden Parx V.1 Remix)

Special Selection Podcasts
Johnny Beast - Special Selection 0094

Special Selection Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2014 81:29


#johnnybeast #specialselection #new #podcast #подборка #свежая #треки #новые #свежак #слушать #втачку #напрокачку #bigroom #house #electro #dutch #top #top100 #promodj #dj #dance #club #клуб #тусовка #классно #новое#музыкадлятренировок #Музика_для_тренувань #HipHopAndSportTrainingMusic #TrainingMusic #МузикаДляТренувань #спортзал #бодибилдинг #bodybuilding #insportt #музыка #спорт #музыкадлябега #кардиотренировка #musicworkout #йога #спорт #пп #зож #шпагат #растяжка #музыкадляйоги #збс #белка #сидит #эстафета #обливания #водой #флешмоб #Ice #Bucket #Challenge #Редкие #лучшие #прикол #самые #смешное #видео #Фейлы #fail #коты #девушки #путин #ржач #новинки #100500 #2014 #авто #гаишник #животные #жириновский #квн #кошки #россия #украина #футбол #збс #охн #клсн #ппц #жесть #майдан #вирус #эбола #правда #новости #ebola #болезнь #news #лихорадка #эпидемия #дискотека #факты #юмор #блондинка #брюнетка #рыжая #лошадь #шиза #кошмар 01. Deadmau5 - The Reward Is Cheese (Tujamo Remix) 02. Darth & Vader - Howling (Toxxic Remix) 03. Albin Myers - Jump (2014 Reworked) 04. Marco V - Ambazz (Original Mix) 05. Sean&Bobo feat. Robin Bennich - Alive (Original Mix) 06. Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj - Bang Bang (Dada Life Remix) 07. Marc Benjamin - The Center (Original Mix) 08. Don Diablo - Back To Life (Original Mix) 09. Dirty Ducks - Kamikaze (Original Mix) 10. Skitzofrenix & Jeff Doubleu - Tear It Off (Original Mix) 11. Kill FM - Bodybang (Original Mix) 12. Holl & Rush, Robin Riccio - Nemesis (Original Mix) 13. Levito - Ultimate (Original Mix) 14. Benny Benassi - Love Is Gonna Save Us (A-One Remix) 15. David Guetta feat. Sam Martin - Dangerous (David Guetta Banging Remix) 16. Jaden Daves - Prime (Original Mix) 17. Timmo Hendriks & Olly James - Rattlesnake (Original Mix) 18. Michael Woods feat. Lauren Dyson - In Your Arms (Dave Winnel Remix) 19. Congorock & Nom De Strip vs. 3LAU & Acetronik feat. Incubus - Mineral Drive (3LAU Edit) 20. Milo & Otis - Festmunch 2 (The Haunting) (Original Mix) 21. Paris & Simo feat. Kernkraft 400 - Zombie (3LAU Edit) 22. Carnage & Junkie Kid - Krakatoa (Jayden Parx V.1 Remix)

Through The Grapevine
Through The Grapevine - Episode 025

Through The Grapevine

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2013 60:36


1. David Caetano - Members of the Space (Dave Crane Remix) 2. Marcapasos & Janosh - Holi (Extended Mix) 3. Sono - Keep Control (Chopstick & Johnjon Remix) 4. Serge Devant ft. Rachael Starr - You & Me (Album Version) 5. Eddie Amador - I Don t Trip (Lexvaz & JJ Mullor Remix) 6. Will Gold vs Reworked robot - Sweet harmony (My Digital Enemy Edit) 7. The New Iberican League feat. Roland Clark - Work It (David Souza Remix) 8. Trent Cantrelle - Nice & Close (Original Mix) 9. Nicky Romero Nilson & John Christian - Still The Same Man (Original Mix) 10. Morten Breum - Larva (Far Away) (Extended) 11. Mazin - Some Third Thing (Original Mix) 12. Sander Van Doorn, Mako, DubVision - Into The Light feat. Mariana Bell (Original Mix) 13. Monsta - Messiah (Dirty South Extended Remix) 14. The Bloody Beetroots Ft. Greta Svabo Bech - Chronicles Of Fallen Love (Original Mix)

NightVision Techno PODCAST by Sade Rush
Sade Rush [HU] - NightVision Techno PODCAST 05 classic techno special pt1

NightVision Techno PODCAST by Sade Rush

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2013 159:00


Sade Rush (HU) - Nightvision Techno Podcast 5 - Classic Techno Special (1995-2006) Pt.1 Tracklist: 01. 16C+ - Sleep Talk (1998) 02. Dave Clarke - The Storm (Surgeon Dub) (1995) 03. Chris Liebing - A1 Untitled (The biggest ten inches i have ever seen) (2001) 04. DK8 - Murder was the bass (Reworked) (2003) 05. Speedy J - Electric Deluxe A1 (2001) 06. Dj Rob Little - Pulsate (1999) 07. Harry Choo Choo Romero - Beats Vol. 2. (The Cricket mix) (2001) 08. Green Velvet - Destination Unknown (1997) 09. Dj Misjah and DJ Tim - Access (1996) 10. Elektrochemie LK - Schall (Thomas P Heckmann remix) (2000) 11. Speedy J - Krekc (2001) 12. Sven Vath - Shock Ralley (Danilo Vigorito remix) (2003) 13. Lambda - New York (Timo Maas remix) (1999) 14. Dj Misjah and DJ Tim - Extravaganza (1995) 15. Mr Bump - Untidy dub (1998) 16. Renato Cohen - Pontape (2002) 17. Henrik B - Stuntman (A1) (2000) 18. Gecko - Just close your eyes (Rework) (2002) 19. Mhonolink - Realtime (2000) 20. Richie Hawtin - Minus orange (1999) 21. Kobaya - Blackmail (2005) 22. Joel Mull - The Mole (Ben Sims Just Don't Understand remix) (1999) 23. Lars Klein - Carpenter (2002) 24. Hardcell And Grindvick - Enforcer (2004) 25. Christian Smith and John Selway - Thunder (1999) 26. Tomaz vs Filterheadz - Sunshine (2002) 27. Marco Bailey - Ipanema (Original Mix) (2001) 28. Hardcell - Ground effect (2004) 29. Glenn Wilson - Enemies (The Anxious remix) (2003) 30. Hardcell - Untitled (A1 - Skunworks 7.5) (2000) 31. Grindvik and Hardcell - Figure (Joel Mull final dub mix) (2003) 32. Mhonolink - Basics (2005) 33. James Ruskin - Mutate (A1 - Oliver Ho Version) (2000) 34. Safety Session - Maru Part 1 (2001) 35. The Anxious - Begin to understand (2006) 36. Patrik Skoog - Broken (2003) 37. Hardcell - One 38. Gunjack - Time Jack (2004) 39. Glenn Wilson and S. Ehrlin - Re-Subed (2003) 40. Cristian Varela - Pains (B1 - Marco Bailey reworks) (2001) 41. Bryan Zentz - D-Clash (2003) 42. DJ Misjah - Into Rockets (2002) 43. Felipe - Raindance (Marco Bailey remix) (2002) 44. Max Walder - Crown (2002) 45. Mhonolink - Dodge (2002) 46. Mark Williams - Bedtime magic (2003) 47. Leandro Gamez - 1952 (Fuel is over mix) (2002) 48. The Anxious - Sixfold Symmetry (A1) (2006) Total Time: 2:38:50 More info: NightVision Techno PODCAST on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/hu/podcast/nightvision-techno-podcast/id472942249 NightVision Techno PODCAST on MIXCLOUD and DIRECT LINK: http://www.mixcloud.com/nightvision_techno_podcast/ NightVision Techno PODCAST on FB: http://www.facebook.com/nightvisiontechno NightVision Techno PODCAST on YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/nightvisiontechno E-mail: nightvisiontechnopodcast@t-online.hu

Da JumpTek Fucktor
Da JumpTek Fucktor (005)

Da JumpTek Fucktor

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2013 68:10


01. DJ Pat B - RnB Sux 2008 (Reworked) 02. Kamiz - Get On Up 03. Gee & Dee - Funk Off 04. DJ Merlin - You Like The Bass (2006 Remix) 05. Joe DJ pres. Bassdrum Project - Lets Go! 06. Joe DJ pres. Bassdrum Project - Feel It 07. Lethal MG - Powerblaster (Mark with A K Remix) 08. DJ Kicken & Sonic Solutions - Nasty Creep 09. Karl-F - Free Your Soul 10. Joe DJ pres. Bassdrum Project - Phunkee (Ruthless & Vorwerk Total Chaos Mix) 11. Jumpkiller - Clap 12. Kynetik - Ephemera 13. ID 14. Koya - Its Time 15. Jenny D Light - Scratch 16. Loic-D feat. Vek & DJ Komy - D-Struction

Good Mix by Romain Good (Electro - Complextro - Glitch Hop - Dubstep - Drum and Bass)

Playlist On http://www.rss-one.com/reader-11662-Good-Mix-by-Romain-Good 1. Klaas - Better Days 2. Pitbull ft. Akon - Shut It Down (Javi Mula remix) 3. Oliver Lang - Dying To Live 4. Philippe Coste - Make It Tonight 5. Muzzaik vs Daft Punk - Kontrast vs Let It Go vs Aerodynamic 6. Phunk Investigation & Paul Ursin & Benny Benew - Tutan (P.I. Reworked mix) 7. Reboot - Enjoy Music (Riva Starr remix) 8. Noferini & Marini vs Sylvia Tosun - Push N Pull 9. Mike Griego - Purple Mountains 10. Steve Angello & Sebastian Ingrosso - Partouze 11. Morris Corti & Eugenio LaMedica - I Rock I Sweat I Dance 12. Meck - Feels Like A Prayer 13. Ice - Solee

BirdFeed
digigigi

BirdFeed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2008 47:53


An original mix from the "1/2hrPunkRockHour" series, issue 9. The entire session is recorded from vinyl discs and has not been digitally enhanced or altered. The idea is to create groove-meditations for shorter attention spans. Here is the BirdFeed: TONY THOMAS 'Meltin' RINO CERRONE 'RiliS' AXEL KARAKASIS 'The Dream-machine' DJ PIERRE 'The Darkness' CYRIL K. 'Traxx By a Bitch' (Armenian Funk Mix) E-troneek Funk AGENT ORANGE '2 Much Is Never Enough' PHIL KIERAN 'Chunka Funk' MECK 'Now I Can See' MARCO BAILEY AND REDHEAD 'Eye of the Dragon' LEFTFIELD-HALLIDAY 'Filter Fish' DJ PIERRE 'Matrix Chamber' SIMON DIGBY 'Tribal Theory' (Wet Mix) DJ HELL 'Hot on the Heels of Love' (Dave Clarke Remix) BEN SIMS 'Hardgroove 003' (Reworked by Samuel L Sessions) Thank you for supporting these artists by purchasing their work.