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Best podcasts about Richard Parker

Latest podcast episodes about Richard Parker

Background Briefing with Ian Masters
November 27, 2022 - Robert Young Pelton | Tara Kangarlou | Richard Parker

Background Briefing with Ian Masters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 61:48


A Veteran War Reporter Just Back From a Month in Ukraine | An Update on the Revolution in Iran Led by Brave Young Women | Progressive Strategies to Build a Democratic Majority in 2024 backgroundbriefing.org/donate twitter.com/ianmastersmedia facebook.com/ianmastersmedia

Quiz and Hers
S18 E7 - Tiger, Tiger, Quizzing Bright

Quiz and Hers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 52:32


We're decked out in stripes this week, because Justin has written six trivia questions all about his childhood favorite animal, the fearsome tiger! We also sink our teeth into discussions of weird books, 80s TV, and classic hip-hop!3:05: Q1 (Sports & Games): What NCAA Division I conference has no fewer than three teams called the “Tigers”?9:17: Q2 (Everything Else): Though it wasn't technically a tiger, the extinct marsupial known as the thylacine was often called one.  What island was its native habitat before it went extinct in 1936?15:38: Q3 (Arts & Literature): What 2001 philosophical novel by Yann Martel has only two main characters, one of which is a Bengal tiger named Richard Parker?25:54: Q4 (Movies & TV): What 1980s science fantasy cartoon series had a humanoid tiger character named Tygra, who was Lion-O's second-in-command?32:00: Q5 (Times & Places): The Tamil Tigers were a revolutionary group active from 1976 to 2009 in what island nation?40:00: Q6 (Music): What hip-hop collective that “ain't nuthing ta fuck wit”, opens the song that tells us that with a voiceover saying “Tiger Style… Tiger Style…”?Theme music: "Thinking it Over" by Lee Rosevere, licensed under CC BY 2.0E-Mail: quizandhers@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quizandhers/Twitter: https://twitter.com/quizandhersInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/quizandhers/Voice from the Underground Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/voice-from-the-underground-politics-pop-culture/id1302884018Brain Ladle Productions: http://www.brainladletrivia.com/

M&A Masters
Richard Parker | An Inside Look at Sell-Side M&A

M&A Masters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 33:49


The sell-side of M&A brings unique challenges and opportunities… In this episode, I'm joined by Richard Parker of Roy Street Advisors for an inside look at a sell-side firm. We'll also cover: Why the first offer isn't always the best offer The importance of documentation Reps & warranties from a sell-side perspective M&A trends for 2023 And more

Alles über einen Kamm – Der Rhodesian Ridgeback Podcast
#032 – Jagdtrieb & Reize unserer Ridgebacks

Alles über einen Kamm – Der Rhodesian Ridgeback Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 41:09


Viel gewünscht und jetzt live. Wir haben über unsere ganz persönlichen Erfahrungen zum Thema Jagdtrieb und Reize gesprochen. Wie steht es um Christines Rudel und wie sieht es bei Richard Parker aus? Wir beleuchten die vergangenen Jahre und hangeln uns an unseren Erinnerungen durch das Leben unserer Vierbeiner. Viel Spaß beim Hören! Habt ihr Erfahrungen und Geschichten zu diesen Themen? Dann schreibt uns gerne. All das und noch viel mehr erfahrt ihr nur im RHODESIAN RIDGEBACK Podcast ALLES ÜBER EINEN KAMM, produziert von STUDIO ESKALIERT. Community: Wir freuen uns über euer Feedback, eure Kritik und Anregungen. Natürlich freuen wir uns auch über positive Bewertungen und Abos auf den Streaming Plattformen. Lust Rudelmitglied zu werden? Wenn ihr uns unterstützen möchtet: Steady | paypal Subscribe: Spotify | Apple | Google | Anchor | YouTube | Amazon Alles über einen Kamm im Netz: Anchor | Instagram Lust uns eine Mail zu schreiben? Dann könnt ihr das hier tun! STUDIO ESKALIERT im Web: Website | Instagram Rudelmitglieder dieser Episode: Sabrina Bader Carmen Braun Dr. Angelika Ernst-Plörer Michaela Pitzek Christian Weingartz Claudine Kölliker Andreas Schabel Kevin Radde Nicole Kulka Tina Zimmermann Bettina Haffter Hofer Natalie Schimmel Danke für euren Support!

Tell Me What to Google
Edgar Allen Poe and the Cabin Boy, Richard Parker

Tell Me What to Google

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 35:06


When Edgar Allen Poe wrote his only novel in 1838, he included a grim story about a young cabin boy who was killed and eaten at sea so that other sailors could survive. 46 years later, an uncanny coincidence took place. This episode is all about the case of Richard Parker. We welcome back Comedian and Writer Jay Black to the show to play the quick quiz! Review this podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-internet-says-it-s-true/id1530853589 Bonus episodes and content available at http://Patreon.com/MichaelKent For special discounts and links to our sponsors, visit http://theinternetsaysitstrue.com/deals

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary
From Chinese Linguist to Chief Medical Officer

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 29:55


My guest today is Dr. Richard Parker, Chief Medical Officer at Arcadia, an exciting venture focused on using "big data" to ensure the right information about care is delivered to the right patient when needed. What a concept! For the math nerds out there, they harness millions of data points—like your diagnosis, medications, zip code, etc.—to create a sort of flowchart and navigation tool. Rich tells me it's not Skynet, and we are not at the dawn of a robot apocalypse. What's even more interesting is how Rich got started in his career in Chinese linguistics and how that enabled him to his role as Chief Medical Officer for Beth Israel Deaconess in Massachusetts. Oh, and we rifle through the 1980s and compare notes on how dangerous playgrounds used to be. Enjoy the show.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Alles über einen Kamm – Der Rhodesian Ridgeback Podcast
#029 – Der Alltag mit einem Ridgeback

Alles über einen Kamm – Der Rhodesian Ridgeback Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 37:49


Wir haben doch alle keine Zeit. Wir sind vom Alltag getrieben, haben Probleme alles unter einen Hut zubekommen. Wie bekommen wir also ein weiteres Rudelmitglied mit in unseren stressigen Tagesablauf integriert? Heute sprechen wir über das Alltagmanagement mit unseren geliebten Rhodesian Ridgebacks. Wie sieht es bei uns aus? Wie geht Christine ihren Tag mit vier Ridgebacks an? Und wie leben Daniel und Richard Parker? All das und noch viel mehr erfahrt ihr nur im RHODESIAN RIDGEBACK Podcast ALLES ÜBER EINEN KAMM, produziert von STUDIO ESKALIERT. Community: Wir freuen uns über euer Feedback, eure Kritik und Anregungen. Natürlich freuen wir uns auch über positive Bewertungen und Abos auf den Streaming Plattformen. Wenn ihr uns unterstützen möchtet: Steady Subscribe: Spotify | Apple | Google | Anchor | YouTube Alles über einen Kamm im Netz: Anchor | Instagram STUDIO ESKALIERT im Web: Website | Instagram Rudelmitglieder dieser Episode: Sabrina Bader Carmen Braun Dr. Angelika Ernst-Plörer Michaela Pitzek Christian Weingartz Claudine Kölliker Andreas Schabel Kevin Radde Nicole Kulka Danke für euren Support!

HSBC Global Viewpoint: Banking and Markets
DigiTalks - Digital Assets: Funds Regulatory Landscape in Europe

HSBC Global Viewpoint: Banking and Markets

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 12:05


We have been seeing developing regulation around digital assets in the EU and in European jurisdictions such as Luxembourg, Ireland and the UK. This is around topics such as cryptocurrencies and some specific guidance for Funds holding virtual or crypto assets. During this episode we explore the Funds regulatory landscape in Europe for digital assets. Listen as Mhairi Sandeman, Senior Product Manager for Global Trustee and Fiduciary Services discusses these emerging themes with Guglielmo Manzoni, Head of Depositary and Fiduciary Services, Luxembourg, Richard Parker, Head of Trustee and Fiduciary Services, UK and Mark Synnott, Head of Trustee and Fiduciary Services, Europe. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Main Engine Cut Off
T+229: Space Insurance (with Richard Parker and John Farnsworth)

Main Engine Cut Off

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 61:16


Richard Parker, Head of Space at Canopius, and John Farnsworth, insurance broker and space advocate, join me to talk about the (seemingly) most mysterious topic in spaceflight: insurance!This episode of Main Engine Cut Off is brought to you by 42 executive producers—Simon, Kris, Pat, Matt, Jorge, Ryan, Donald, Lee, Chris, Warren, Bob, Russell, Moritz, Joel, Jan, David, Joonas, Robb, Tim Dodd (the Everyday Astronaut!), Frank, Julian and Lars from Agile Space, Matt, The Astrogators at SEE, Chris, Aegis Trade Law, Fred, Hemant, Dawn Aerospace, Andrew, Harrison, Benjamin, SmallSpark Space Systems, Schultzy, and seven anonymous—and 835 other supporters.TopicsCanopius global specialty (re)insuranceMeasat gives up on drifting satellite in a blow for insurers - SpaceNewsInsurance claim for failed Measat-3 satellite in dispute - SpaceNewsThe Space Review: Boldly insure where no one has goneOneWeb takes $229 million charge for canceled Soyuz launches - SpaceNewsStarlink's head of India resigns as SpaceX refunds preorders - SpaceNewsThe ShowLike the show? Support the show!Email your thoughts, comments, and questions to anthony@mainenginecutoff.comFollow @WeHaveMECOListen to MECO HeadlinesJoin the Off-Nominal DiscordSubscribe on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn or elsewhereSubscribe to the Main Engine Cut Off NewsletterMusic by Max JustusArtwork photo by NASA/Joel Kowsky

Surfing the Nash Tsunami
S3-E39.4 - Patient Follow-Up Challenges in Modeling NASH Diagnostics

Surfing the Nash Tsunami

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 17:37


One of the most important challenges facing Fatty Liver stakeholders involves improving early diagnosis for patients with clinically relevant or advanced fibrosis (F2/3). Today, a significant percentage of patients learn they are living with cirrhosis in the Emergency Department during a decompensating event. Four in ten of these patients in the UK do not leave the hospital. Episode 39 reviewed a model that Ian Rowe and Richard Parker developed to determine the most cost-effective strategy for F2/3 diagnosis.As this conversation starts, Louise Campbell notes that John Dillon reported in Barcelona that slightly over half of patients identified as having Fatt Liver via iLFT never returned for their appointments. Ian Rowe points out that this will reduce the costs in the model due to missed diagnoses but questions whether this cost reduction is truly beneficial since missed patient visits translate into non-treatment. More important, he reminds us that iLFT is under constant improvement so that data collected earlier in its lifecycle might not accurately reflect its costs and benefits today.Upon Roger Green's invitation for other questions Louise Campbell asks whether "we" (presumably the UK NHS) should do a better job supporting positive diet and exercise activity for healthcare professionals inside the system. On a more serious note, this leads Ian and Louise to focus on the policy issues that can support patients better (particularly those in the workforce). Ian points out that alcohol is issue #1 for many of these patients. He and Louise go on to point out the importance of public policy around things like soda and sweet food advertising in shifting consumers' focus or craving for bad foods. Roger suggests that this is a two-element issue: stopping advertising for soda and sweets will reduce disease over time but we also need to treat patients who already have developed disease. As he puts it, policy can "put your foot on the hose," but even if we stop the in-flow of new Fatty Liver and metabolic patients, we still have "the patients in the hose" and they will need therapy. As a final thought before wrap-up, Ian shares his belief (which Louise also holds) that VCTE might be more effective in causing changes in patient behavior than blood tests, even if they point up the exact same patient need. The difference: feedback from VCTE comes in real-time where patients get face-to-face feedback and respond, whereas bloodwork results comeback to the patient several days later and delivered impersonally. From here, the group moves to the wrap-up question, which addresses research we should be doing and action steps/changes in behavior we should be promoting. You will have to listen for yourself to hear Surfers' answers.

Surfing the Nash Tsunami
S3-E39.3 - NASH challenges: Early Diagnosis and NASH Patient Management

Surfing the Nash Tsunami

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 14:18


One of the most important challenges facing Fatty Liver stakeholders involves improving early diagnosis for patients with clinically relevant or advanced fibrosis (F2/3). Today, a significant percentage of patients learn they are living with cirrhosis in the Emergency Department during a decompensating event. Four in ten of these patients in the UK do not leave the hospital. Episode 39 reviewed a model that Ian Rowe and Richard Parker developed to determine the most cost-effective strategy for F2/3 diagnosis.This conversation centers around challenges related to early diagnosis and NASH Patient Management. As Roger Green notes, listeners to NASH Tsunami might recall a significant number of conversations in which patients and advocates complain about doctors telling them "not to worry" about their Fatty Livers for years until the condition progresses to cirrhosis. Louise Campbell focuses on a different challenge: that of NASH patient management when patients are dealing with other metabolic diseases that are better known or where approved treatments exist.

Surfing the Nash Tsunami
S3-E39.2 - What An Early Decision Models Tells Us About Fibrosis & Metabolic Diseases

Surfing the Nash Tsunami

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 13:45


One of the most important challenges facing Fatty Liver stakeholders involves improving early diagnosis for patients with clinically relevant or advanced fibrosis (F2/3). Today, a significant percentage of patients learn they are living with cirrhosis in the Emergency Department during a decompensating event. Four in ten of these patients in the UK do not leave the hospital. Episode 39 reviewed a model that Ian Rowe and Richard Parker developed to determine the most cost-effective strategy for F2/3 diagnosis.This conversation starts with Louise Campbell agreeing with the vision that led Ian and Richard to build this model. She notes recent data she heard that 85% of all US patients with cirrhosis (and 55% in the UK) learn their diagnoses for the first time in an Emergency Department, which suggests the need to improve earlier diagnosis. She notes that some UK programs are widely cited as examples of good (or best) practice, but, more important, notes that these have been cited as examples for a long time, but also notes that other regions and hospitals have not emulated them. She goes on to ask how the efficiency and number of patients captured in the model would increase if the target expanded to include all patients with metabolic disease. Ian notes that these patients were not included in the model and also suggests that the question reflects a larger question about the goal of this kind of screening.

Surfing the Nash Tsunami
S3-E39.1 - Creating An Early Diagnosis NASH Decision Model

Surfing the Nash Tsunami

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 12:06


One of the most important challenges facing Fatty Liver stakeholders involves improving early diagnosis for patients with clinically relevant or advanced fibrosis (F2/3). Today, a significant percentage of patients learn they are living with cirrhosis in the Emergency Department during a decompensating event. Four in ten of these patients in the UK do not leave the hospital. Episode 39 reviewed a model that Ian Rowe and Richard Parker developed to determine the most cost-effective strategy for F2/3 diagnosis.In this conversation, Ian Rowe describes the factors that motivated him and Richard Parker to build a decision model focusing on early NASH diagnosis. He identifies three data points demonstrating how severely NASH stakeholders need a better early diagnosis paradigm and then describes the five diagnostic strategies his model will test. :the high percentage of people whose liver disease is picked up for the first time when they present in the ED with decompensating disease or hepatic encephalopathythe fact that roughly four in ten of these patients will die during treatment for this initial round of liver diseasethe inefficiencies around diagnostic current methods, whereby practitioners flag abnormal liver enzyme tests and refer to specialists, where it may take months to get a specialist appointment.He then describes the five early diagnostic strategies that will be tested and contrasted in this decision curve model.

Surfing the Nash Tsunami
S3-E39 - Reviewing a Decision Model for Early NASH Diagnosis

Surfing the Nash Tsunami

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 63:24


One serious challenge in the overall management of Fatty Liver disease involves creating cost-effective methods for "early" diagnosis. The term "early" is relative because, as Ian Rowe puts it, a "substantial proportion" of people admitted to hospital with various symptoms of decompensating cirrhosis or hepatic encephalopathy never received a diagnosis of advanced liver disease before they presented. Simply diagnosing these patients during advanced fibrosis (F2 or F3) can save lives, improve longevity and quality of life for these patients and save money for healthcare systems, all at the same time. Ian spends the first ten minutes of this episode describing a model he and Richard Parker developed to evaluate five diagnostic strategies:Targeted -- simple non-invasive liver screening Targeted + risk stratification -- targeted assessment plus FIB-4 or VCTE (FibroScan) for patients believed to be at high riskiLFT -- automated assessment of abnormal LFTs analyzed with other systemic measures in a medical record system "Comprehensive" -- a "kitchen sink" approach that runs iLFT analysis and conducts FIB-4 +/- VCTE on every patient"Fibrosis first" -- an approach that deploys viroserological and iron testing plus FIB-4 +/- VCTE for every patient "Fibrosis first" scored best in cost effectiveness (cost per correct diagnosis of treatable liver disease) and "decision curve analysis", which looks at true positive outcomes and false positive outcomes, correctly identifying 85% of treatable liver disease patients (vs. 90% for the comprehensive approach and less than 15% for the current targeted approach.)  Fibrosis first has the added benefit of not progressing treatment for people who may have steatosis without fibrosis. The rest of the conversation entails Ian, Louise Campbell and Roger Green sharing questions and observations. Highlights:Louise agrees that the current targeted pathway approaches do not work and  identifies lack of access to advanced testing in primary care as a central issue. She asks how many additional patients with Type 2 Diabetes, other metabolic diseases or CVD could be identified through this approach. Ian cannot answer because the question is outside the scope of the research. He points out that to assess different approaches accurately, researchers and policymakers need to settle on whether the goal is to identify steatohepatitis or something broader. Louise asks about the frequency and nature of referrals. Ian notes that one issue with iLFT is a high level of referrals for conditions that might not require treatment, the most common of which is "abnormal LFT without fibrosis."Roger notes that iLFT might help patients who complain they never heard about their NASH earlier. He also recalls Quentin Anstee and Stephen Harrison discussing recently that FIB-4 can serve as a prognostic measure not only for liver-related deaths, but also CV deaths and all-cause mortality. Louise suggests that patients will do better if they adopt a  behavior belief model instead of a sick patient approach and that the earlier in disease we intervene, the more success we will have. Roger and Ian note that Louise's focus is broader in scope than his model. Ian further notes that we do not know when non-fibrotic patients should be tested again, although he has some thoughts about this. Louise notes that one element that might make iLFT costly is that only 45% of patients picked up on iLFT are referred into the model. Ian notes that this insight might require changes in the model.As the conversation winds down, it shifts toward policy issues: should we focus testing on the workforce (Louise) and it the best point of intervention to limit advertising of unhealthy foods (Ian). 

NerdHalbkugel
Episode 65 - Tiger in der Popkultur: They're Nerrrd!

NerdHalbkugel

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 88:44


Orangenes Fell, schwarze Streifen, das kennt jedes Kind: Der Tiger! Leider ist der Tiger eine vom Aussterben bedrohte Tierart - eine absolute Schande bei einer so impulsanten Erscheinung aus dem Tierreich! Damit dieses einzigartige Geschöpf zumindest in den Köpfen der Nerds präsent bleibt widmen wir uns heute diesem Thema, auch wenn es auf den ersten Blick skurril erscheint. Tony the Tiger, der Esso-Tiger, Richard Parker, Shir Khan, Tigger... Aus der Popkultur sind Tiger schon lange nicht mehr wegzudenken. Das reicht uns, um darüber eine ganze Podcast-Episode zu machen. Und glaubt uns, das ist nicht nur was für Furrys, das ist mal wieder was für die ganze Nerdfamilie! Nerdy Noise und Quiz sind wie immer auch dabei, also reinhören, abnerden, Spaß haben! Eure Nerdhalbkugel P.S.: Ihr wollt uns Feedback dalassen? Checkt doch mal unseren Instagram-Account @Nerdhalbkugel sowie unsere Website http://www.nerdhalbkugel.com . Auf unserem Internetauftritt findet ihr auch eine detaillierte Statistik zu unserem Quiz. P.P.S.: Ihr wollt auch alle Marvel-Werke in chronologisch richtiger Reihenfolge gucken? Die aktuelle MCU-Timeline findet ihr ebenfalls auf unserer Website: https://www.nerdhalbkugel.com/mcu-timeline/

Which Murderer?
S5 EPISODE 4: Murder for Survival

Which Murderer?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 33:47


In Which Murderer's Episode 4 Season 5 the girls talk about Murder for Survival cases. Mels starts off with the tragic tale of Valerie Bacot before Holly takes you back in time to the tale of Richard Parker and the code of the seafarers. Shoutouts to Natalie for the awesome theme suggestion and Michelle for the A+ supply of puppy and dog photos. It's Rosie the dog's birthday and the girls tell you all about her digestive system (you're welcome), there is some confusion surrounding goats but the main message is that Holly wants one, you will learn that Mel melts into puddles on a regular basis, both girls cannot go a day without eating and Mel is the worst person to be stranded on a boat with in the history of cannibalism. Production, recording and post production completed by Holly who Consulting Producer Craig kept well supplied with snack and drinks during his time due to the fear of being mauled. Holly edited this week. All complaints should be sent directly to Mel while Consulting Producer Craig rejoices in his lower grocery bills once again. Big thank you to all our listeners for subscribing, leaving fantastic reviews and sending in great theme suggestions. www.whichmurderer.comWARNING - Explicit language, content and themes (plus whatever else will cover us legally). All opinions stated are our own and case information was gathered from legitimate sources within the public realm. Pre-recorded in Scotland

Background Briefing with Ian Masters
June 19, 2022 - Lincoln Mitchell | Richard Parker | Sarah Lipton-Lubet

Background Briefing with Ian Masters

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 62:21


The Critical Tipping Point For Democracy and the Rule of Law America and the World Faces | What the Democrats Can Do As a Perfect Storm of Economic Gloom Approaches | How to Fight Back Against Our Courts Stacked With Far-Right ideologues backgroundbriefing.org/donate twitter.com/ianmastersmedia facebook.com/ianmastersmedia

Martinka Consulting's Getting the Deal Done Podcast
Tips for Business Buyers and Sellers from Richard Parker

Martinka Consulting's Getting the Deal Done Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 22:31


Richard Parker is a veteran intermediary, purchaser of over a dozen businesses, seller of all but one of them, and the author of "Buy a Good Business at a Great Price."Richard shares his story and provides:How he came to write his buyer operational guide.Insights into his most memorable clients.Tips to business buyers so they can buy the right business at the right price and avoid bad deals.Advice to business sellers on what to do the couple years prior to selling.For more about Martinka Consulting go to www.martinkaconsulting.com. Our sister company's new website will be up in June 2022, www.nokomisadvisory.com (a sell-side representation firm). We're also at:425-576-1814john@johnmartinka.com jessica@martinkaconsulting.com

The Boovie Girls
Life of Pi

The Boovie Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 69:09


This week, Rosha and Hannah discuss Life of Pi, or as they call it, “Richard Parker”. Thanks for listening and remember, don't judge a book by its movie! We're on Patreon! Become a Patron to get exclusive bonus content and more! Go to www.patreon.com/thebooviegirls   Follow us on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter @TheBoovieGirls   Email your comments to thebooviegirls@gmail.com

Time Team: Unearthing the Past
Dani Wootton: Virtual Dartmoor - Laser Scanning a Devon Farmhouse

Time Team: Unearthing the Past

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 11:21


Throughout the year, in between our main dig episodes, we'll be dropping in on a range of other interesting archaeological projects that feature Time Team's friends and family. In this episode, Dani Wootton pays a visit to Dartmoor National Park, Devon, in South West England, where a team from the University of Plymouth are digitally scanning an historic farmhouse to create a 3D game environment. Higher Uppacott is a Grade I listed, thatched Medieval longhouse, with origins dating back to the mid-14th century. It's history meets high-tech, and as Dani highlights, there are many parallels between game design and virtual reality, and the modern techniques now used by today's archaeologists. Over the coming weeks, we'll be following the story of Higher Uppacott, including progress on the 3D modelling exercise, and a tour of the longhouse with Time Team's historic buildings expert, Dr Richard Parker. Very special thanks to Matt Clark (Shadow Tor Studios), the staff and students of the University of Plymouth, Dartmoor National Park Authority and Gareth Allen of South View Media Ltd. Watch the original video on our YouTube channel here.

Seriously…
Cold as a Mountain Top

Seriously…

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 28:55


WH Murray was one of a pioneering group of climbers in Scotland in the 1930's, establishing new routes in Glencoe, Ben Nevis and The Cuillin. But it was one particular mountain that he loved – and climbed – the most; the iconic Buachaillie Etive Mor at Glencoe. This was the last mountain he climbed just before leaving for war in 1941. Murray was captured in the African desert but his life was saved when he uttered the words, ‘Cold as a mountain top.' The German officer was also a mountaineer and took him prisoner instead of shooting him on the spot. During his imprisonment in Italy and Czechoslovakia he wrote the seminal ‘Mountaineering in Scotland' completely from memory, recalling the intimate details of climbs he undertook in the 1930's. The book has been a talismanic text for climbers like Robert Macfarlane. He's turned to it often, particularly when the cold of the mountain top has felt very far away during recent periods of confinement. In this immersive audio voyage, Robert returns to Murray's beloved Buachaille with 'Mountaineering in Scotland' by his side. Produced by Helen Needham in Aberdeen. Readings by Cal MacAninch. Sound design and composition by Anthony Cowie. Sound consultation and mixing by Ron McCaskill. Our mountain Guide was Richard Parker. Thanks to Robin Lloyd-Jones, WH Murray's biographer, for help with the preparation of this programme.

Blind Politics with Dr. A.J. Nolte
Eye on Ukraine: Understanding the Potential Global Food Crisis, ft. Richard Parker: 3/21/22

Blind Politics with Dr. A.J. Nolte

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 26:58


In this episode, special guest Richard Parker brings his expertise to answer Dr. Nolte's questions about the food security implications of the war in Ukraine. Mr. Parker warns that the absence of key agricultural exports from Ukraine and Russia has staggering humanitarian and security implications for people around the world.

Tabletop Vagabonds
BONUS: Weekend at Bernie's

Tabletop Vagabonds

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 80:39


Boats, bikini's and cocaine. It's the 80's! Dave and Craig head out for the weekend of their lives!Richard Parker is David HughesLarry Wilson is Craig MillwardGM is Alex WrightFind out more at:tabletopvagabonds.comFollow our Instagram!: @tabletopvagabonds  Sound Mix: Mathew Birch

The Fishing Guide Podcast
#1 female high school fishing team of Anna Hokamp & Leslie Redding and Bass Tactix tournament director Richard Parker

The Fishing Guide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 19:57


In 106 episode of the Fishing Guide Podcast host Brad Wiegmann interviews the #1 female high school fishing team of Anna Hokamp & Leslie Redding along with the Bass Tactix tournament director Richard Parker. Hokamp and Redding talk about their experience fishing tournaments, trash talking with high school male anglers, scholarship money earn, crazy things that happen while out fishing and why other young anglers should fish in the Bass Tactix tournaments. Tournament director talks about Hokamp and Redding’s accomplishments and how proud he is of them; in addition to how to sign up to fish in Bass Tactix tournaments. Tackle Time features PICO Lures.

Ageless by Rescu
Richard Parker - Cosmetic Chemist & Founder Rationale | Skin Identical Technology Is Here

Ageless by Rescu

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 42:30


For Over 20 years, Cosmetic Chemist Richard Parker has dedicated his career to creating skincare formulations that are considered the platinum standard in protecting and restoring skin's natural luminosity and beauty.   His groundbreaking research into the relationship between skin genetics and epigenetic environmental influences led to Parker's development of the RATIONALE Essential Six Collections— a daily skincare ritual built upon the six facets of skin vitality and radiance.   In 2012, Richard Parker pioneered a new skincare paradigm, by introducing a revolutionary Skin  Identical technology; formulations that are intuitively recognised and optimised by human skin.   Through this profound understanding of skin anatomy and physiology, the cult brand Rationale was born. A firm favourite with beauty editors, celebrities and those who worship radiant skin. This episode explores the future of skincare, including the role of genetic testing, customised formulations, the art of self-care and the advances in active ingredients now available outside of clinical environments. Richard Parker is truly a remarkable man, a North Star in the skincare world having created a brand that delivers perfect synchronicity between active ingredients, elegant formulations and skincare that understands environmental impact, a global consumer and the role of genetics. Watch the full episode on Ageless By Rescu YouTube Channel here: https://youtu.be/6GWjVPK2BOQ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Yeah, That Happened
46- When life imitates art

Yeah, That Happened

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 46:56


Maybe don't get on the boat. At least not without checking to see if someone has predicted  that boat sinking. Because sometimes art imitates life a little too closely and life says "hold my beer" This week Joyce tells us about how the Titanic disaster was *definitely* predicted in a book years before it happened. Nikki is also nautical and booksy with the tragic tale of Richard Parker aboard the Mignonette. He really should have googled himself. Also, we definitely (don't) understand and figured out how to calculate nautical miles.

The Fishing Guide Podcast
Richard Parker Director of Bass Tactix a 7 thru 18 old youth fishing program along with adult and Veterans programs

The Fishing Guide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 22:34


In episode 104 of the Fishing Guide Podcast host Brad Wiegmann interviews Richard Parker Director of Bass Tactix a youth fishing program for ages 7 thru 18 years old and open to youth from any state that are home school, private school and public school youth. The program has a membership and rules with youth anglers participate in Fishers of Men Legacy Series, TBF Student Angler Federation and Student Angler Federation TBF High School Fishing competing for college sponsorships. Bass Tactix also includes fishing programs for adults and Veterans.Tackle Time features PICO Lures and Smith’s Consumer Product 4-inch Natural Arkansas Sharpening Stone.

In Lockdown With...
Episode 90: Owen Thomas

In Lockdown With...

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2022 67:38


Playwright Owen Thomas joins Ciaran on this week's episode of 'In Lockdown With...' Owen had a 20 year career in teaching before embarking on a career as a playwright. Owen has worked extensively with actor/director Gareth John Bale, collaborating on 'Richard Parker,' 'Grav,' and Owen's latest play 'Carwyn.' 'Grav was recently adapted for the screen, and broadcast by S4C in autumn 2021. Owen's play 'Carwyn,' which focuses on the life of Wales and Llanelli Scarlets rugby coach Carwyn James opened at the Torch Theatre, Milford Haven last week, and will be embarking on a tour of Wales. Here Ciaran finds out more about Owen's career so far.   

Cosmic Sponge
Cannibals Attack!

Cosmic Sponge

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2022 81:32


Warning: this episode of cosmic sponge discusses Cannibalism and contains scenes that some listeners may find disturbing.  View discretion is advised.Cannibalisms has been with mankind from the beginning, persisting into the modern era.  You might even be surprised to find that Europeans, for a time, normalized cannibalisms as a means to treat various ailments.  Stories from Scotland recount a family of bandits which killed and ate their victims in sea cave of horrors.  Did cases of survival after disasters at sea and airplane crashes lead to cannibalisms and would the Cosmic Sponge guys resort to cannibalisms if faced with a similar choice?    The answer, surprisingly, comes down to the available spices and condiments.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/cosmicsponge)

Ambassador Baptist College
Student Preachers: Mr. Jonathan Coffey and Mr. Richard Parker

Ambassador Baptist College

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2022 49:00


Tám Sài Gòn
Những bộ phim hay về con hổ

Tám Sài Gòn

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2022 30:29


Chuyên đề về hình ảnh của con hổ trên phim và giới thiệu một số bộ phim điện ảnh hay có hình ảnh về con hổ Life of Pi - Cuộc đời của Pi (2012) Nội dung chính của Life of Pi bắt đầu khi cha của Pi quyết định đưa cả gia đình cùng những con vật trong sở thú của ông vượt biển sang Canada. Thật không may, con tàu bị nhấn chìm bởi một cơn bão lớn. Pi là người sống sót duy nhất trên con thuyền cứu hộ cùng với linh cẩu, ngựa vằn, chuột, đười ươi một con hổ Bengal tên Richard Parker. Cuối cùng chỉ còn lại Pie và Richard , một mình giữa đại dương, Pi phải tìm cách để làm bạn và sống sót cùng người bạn hoang dã này. The hunter Thợ săn 2011 Nội dung phim xoay quanh anh Thợ săn độc lập và cô đơn Martin David được thuê bởi công ty công nghệ sinh học mạnh mẽ Red Leaf để săn lùng con hổ Tasmania cuối cùng. Two brothers - Hội Ngộ Và Chia Ly 2004 Đạo diễn: Jean-Jacques Annaud, Diễn viên: Guy Pearce,Freddie Highmore,Jean-Claude Dreyfus, Bộ phim kể về câu chuyện của hai anh em hổ sinh đôi: một con thì hiền lành, một con thì mạnh mẽ. Con hổ mạnh mẽ bị bắt đem bán cho một gánh xiếc và những trói buộc của lồng sắt cộng với nỗi nhớ tự do khiến nó trở nên tiều tụy. Con hiền lành còn lại thì được đem về làm thú nuôi cho một cậu bé là con trai của một cán bộ trong chính phủ. Nhiều chuyện đã xảy ra trong suốt thời gian hai anh em hổ lớn lên và khiến chúng trở thành đối thủ của nhau khi gặp lại. Cậu bé rừng xanh 1996 Phim THE JUNGLE BOOK 2016 nói về chuyến phiêu lưu của Mowgli – một cậu bé mồ côi được đàn chó sói nuôi dưỡng trong rừng già Ấn Độ. India: Kingdom of the Tiger 2002 India: Kingdom of the Tiger là một phim tài liệu dựa trên các tác phẩm của Jim Corbett. Bộ phim được đạo diễn bởi Bruce Neibaur. Phim mô tả những kẻ săn bắn hổ và những nỗ lực bảo tồn hổ ở Ấn Độ. Man-Eater of Kumaon 1948 Man-Eater of Kumaon là một cuốn sách năm 1944 được viết bởi nhà tự nhiên học Jim Corbett. Nó trình bày chi tiết những kinh nghiệm mà Corbett có ở vùng Kumaon của Ấn Độ từ những năm 1900 đến thập niên 1930, nơi con người tàn phá, săn bắt những con hổ Bengal và báo.Có hơn 400 người chết được phỏng đoán là do những con hổ hoang dã này gây ra. The Tiger: An Old Hunter's Tale - Hổ Chúa 2015 Phim thuộc thể loại hành động do Hàn Quốc sản xuất xoay quanh câu chuyện nói về vào thời đại Joseon cuộc chiến giữa hai nước Nhật và Hàn, với quân đội hùng dũng của Nhật đã đàn áp được thế lực của Hàn và trong lúc này thì xuất hiện một con hổ khổng lồ đi giết người khắp nơi, nó sống trong một khu rừng đầy tuyết và cuộc chiến cũng được xảy ra ở đó. Burning Bright – Kẻ Giết Cọp (2010) John quyết định mua 1 con hổ với dự định sẽ xây dựng 1 vườn thú hoang dã tại địa phương bằng số tiền mà người mẹ quá cố của 2 đứa trẻ Kelly và Tom để lại cho hắn. Thay vì sử dụng số tiền đó cho việc chăm sóc những đứa trẻ thì hắn lại phung phí vào những sở thích cá nhân. Con hổ được đưa về khu nhà nơi bọn trẻ sống tuy nhiên 1 cơn bão lớn ập đến buộc John phải ngưng mọi công việc của hắn. Lúc này con hổ cũng đã thoát ra khỏi… Pulimurugan – Thợ Săn Hổ (2016) Thợ Săn Hổ, Pulimurugan câu chuyện về một chàng trai Murugan có một sức mạnh như mãnh hổ, vì khi còn nhỏ anh được dạy kỹ năng săn hổ, nên anh phải thuần thục thói quen của hổ đề có thể săn được chúng, để tránh gây nguy hiểm cho người dân. The Jungle Book – Cậu Bé Rừng Xanh (1967) Cậu Bé Rừng Xanh – The Jungle Book là bộ phim hoạt hình nguyên bản của câu chuyện này. Bộ phim về loài hổ này kể về cậu bé Mowgli, vì một lý do nào đó bị bỏ rơi trong rừng, được gấu Baloo và báo Bagheera nuôi lớn khôn. Chú hổ Tigger – The Tigger Movie (2000) Đây là bộ phim hoạt hình nói về loài hổ, nhân vật chính trong phim là một chú hổ có tên Tigger – một chú hổ hoạt bát với cái mồm không bao giờ nghỉ và cái đuôi lúc nào cũng tưng tưng của mình. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kim-thanh-duong/support

IN-the-Know
What's New in the Insurance Space Industry? With Richard Parker

IN-the-Know

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 30:27


Richard Parker is the Divisional President and Co-Founder of Assure Space, an underwriting agency that provides insurance for all aspects of the space industry including traditional launch and in-orbit launch vehicles and satellites. He's been in the space industry for the last 35 years and shares what's happening in this exciting industry in this week's episode!   Key Takeaways How does someone get into space insurance? Richard shares his extensive background and what he's up to today with Assure Space. In this context, space insurance is covering the asset in space and how it got there. Most of Richard's business is in the commercial sector and not in the public/government sector. When would an insurance claim be fulfilled in this industry? In a good year, a satellite company might only sell 4‒5 spacecraft in a year. Quality control is incredibly thorough in this industry. There can't be room for error, which is good for the space insurance industry because it means there is a very small failure rate. What questions do you ask before insuring a spacecraft? Where is this industry headed in the next five years? Richard shares his thoughts on how the insurance industry can be more exciting for young talent. So many people do not know space insurance even exists. Education and publicity are key. What does Richard wish he'd known sooner about his industry?   Keep Getting Better Assure-space.com   Quotes   “When we talk about space insurance, we're really talking about first-party insurance.”   “When I think about space insurance, I think we're really lucky to be covering satellites and rockets. The satellite manufacturer industry is very competitive.”   “This is exciting. It's never stopped being exciting. We were the first insurer to provide hardware on a space station. It's never ending, the space station insurance business.”

Nancy's Bookshelf
Nancy's Bookshelf: Jeanne Baker Guy & Richard Parker

Nancy's Bookshelf

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 53:00


In You'll Never Find Us: A Memoir, Author Jeanne Baker Guy details her battle with her ex-husband after kidnapping their children in the 1970s. Catch up on Nancy's Bookshelf.

Nancy's Bookshelf
Nancy's Bookshelf: Beau Grosscup, Richard Parker & Amy Antongiovanni #648

Nancy's Bookshelf

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 53:00


Host Nancy Wiegman welcomes Beau Grosscup & Richard Parker to the show.

Background Briefing with Ian Masters
December 22, 2021 - Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis | Richard Parker

Background Briefing with Ian Masters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 63:00


Celebrating the Birth of Jesus and the Poor People's Campaign | Reviving Build Back Better and Saving American Democracy backgroundbriefing.org/donate twitter.com/ianmastersmedia facebook.com/ianmastersmedia

Let‘s Read Spider-Man Podcast
The Amazing Spider-Man Annual 5 : The Parents of Peter Parker ( ft. The Red Skull )

Let‘s Read Spider-Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 29:55


Episode 40 of LRSM.  Eddie and James B are joined by artist Lex Lalande @alala to discuss the artwork within The Amazing Spider-Man Annual 5 as Spider-Man travels to Algiers with an assist from Reed Richards and discovers what happened to his parents Richard Parker and Mary Parker.  While there he battles the Red Skull.  The Results of a Twitter Poll are revealed.  New royalty free police siren sound effects are debuted after the podcast in a special segment.  If you would like to appear as a guest, as Lex did, reach out to us at @letsreadspidey or letsreadspiderman@gmail.com for more information.

In Lockdown With...
Episode 78: Gareth John Bale

In Lockdown With...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 53:57


Ciaran is joined by actor and director Gareth John Bale this week. A student of Ysgol Gyfun Ystalyfera, Gareth went on to study at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Gareth has worked extensively with playwright Owen Thomas, firstly on 'Richard Parker,' but most notably on 'Grav,' which focused on the life of rugby player Ray Gravell, who Gareth had worked with early in his career. He recently reprised this role in the Welsh-language film adaptation for S4C. Gareth played Aneurin Bevan in 'Nye and Jennie' by Meredydd Barker for Theatr Na Nog, alongside Louise Collins. Here Ciaran chats to Gareth about his diverse and interesting career.   

Alles über einen Kamm – Der Rhodesian Ridgeback Podcast
#008 – Die Geschichte eines Rhodesian Ridgebacks namens Richard Parker

Alles über einen Kamm – Der Rhodesian Ridgeback Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 42:01


In dieser Episode mit Christine und Daniel geht es um Daniels Rüden Richard Parker. Es ist ein Podcast, der euch einlädt, die Geschichte von Daniel und Parker ein Stückchen zu begleiten und dabei sehr Privates zu erfahren. Wir möchten euch an dieser Stelle teilhaben lassen. Und das nicht, weil wir dabei gut aussehen wollen, sondern vielmehr aus den Gründen, die wir uns damals gewünscht hätten. Zu wissen, dass es auch anderen so geht. Dass es nicht immer die tollen Social-Media-Wir-sind-alle-so-glücklich-Szenarien sind. Wo es Licht gibt, gibt es eben auch Schatten. Parker hatte es nicht immer leicht in seinem bisherigen Leben. Eine schwere Krankheit hat ihn ereilt. Neben viel persönlicher Tragik in Daniels Leben kam nun auch der Kampf um seinen Rhodesian Ridgeback dazu… Was hinter IBD steckt, warum Parker die Hälfte seines Gewichts verlor, warum Daniel auf offener Straße beschimpft wurde und welche Konsequenzen Parkers Geschichte heute mich sich bringen, erfahrt in dieser Episode. All das und noch viel mehr erfahrt ihr nur im RHODESIAN RIDGEBACK Podcast ALLES ÜBER EINEN KAMM, produziert von STUDIO ESKALIERT. Community: Christine und ich freuen uns über euer Feedback, eure Kritik und Anregungen. Natürlich freuen wir uns auch über positive Bewertungen und Abos auf den Streaming Plattformen. Subscribe: Spotify Apple Google Anchor Alles über einen Kamm im Web: Anchor | Instagram STUDIO ESKALIERT im Web: Website | Instagram --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kammpodcast/message

Time Team: Unearthing the Past
Cottage Core: 500 Years of Life at Home Through Buildings Archaeology

Time Team: Unearthing the Past

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 34:49


You may have heard of the 'cottage core' trend that has captured many people's imaginations recently. While the concept might portray a slightly idealised view of countryside living, we thought it would be interesting to approach the rural dwelling from an archaeological perspective. Time Team archaeologist Dani Wootton catches up with buildings expert and gifted illustrator, Dr Richard Parker, to discuss some of the archaeological techniques used to understand the development of a building over time. Together, Dani and Richard guide us through 500 years of history of a Devon farmhouse, from its origins in the 1500s up to the present day, using Richard's incredible drawings. They discuss how fashions changed in different eras, and how these affected the structure and fabric of a home. You can watch the original video interview here.

PRmoment Podcast
Wildfire's Debby Penton on the PRmoment Podcast

PRmoment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 26:08


On the show is Debby Penton, managing director of Wildfire. Wildfire is an independent tech PR firm with a fee income of £2.7m and 25 employees. Thanks so much to the PRmoment Podcast sponsors, The PRCA.Also, do please make a note that the PRmoment Awards 2022 have now opened for entries.Here's a flavour of what Debby and I discuss:1.30 mins Debby describes how, in her first-ever job, she wasn't allowed to wear trousers! 3 mins Debby explains why she loved working at Banner PR.5 mins Debby talks about why she would never want to work for a firm that is owned by a private equity firm—or one that is run by accountants.8 mins Debby discusses how her time at Wildfire seems to fit into 3 stages: Stage one was when Debby and Lorraine Jenkins formed a good partnership, grew the business and, (her words, not mine!) "took turns to have kids."9 mins Stage 2 of Wildfire: Debby talks about the growth of the business up to about £1m and the merger with EML to create EML Wildfire.12 mins Stage 3 saw Debby and Andrew Shepherd buy the business from Richard Parker. Debby talks us through the structure of the deal.16 mins The deal was completed in early 2020 just before COVID hit. Debby talks about the implications of that on the business.17 mins Debby gives her thoughts on what modern PR employees want.18 mins Debby explains why she has just started a masters degree in behavioural science.

Nancy's Bookshelf
Nancy's Bookshelf: Mark Cushing, Deborah Rawlings, Matt Fidler & Richard Parker #642

Nancy's Bookshelf

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 53:00


Mark Cushing on his latest book Pet Nation and the evolution of America's relationships with pets. He describes the current situation of pet ownership in America.

RNZ: Morning Report
Covid-19: Companies offering staff incentives for vaccines

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 6:43


The drive to boost the country's Covid-19 vaccination rate has led some companies to offer incentives to their staff to get the shot. Among them, fully vaccinated employees of Vodafone, Vodafone Retail and Hays contractors will be eligible for a $200 broadband credit and a chance to win a new phone. The Warehouse Group is also offering a one-off payment of $100 to every team member who's been fully vaccinated. Vodafone NZ chief executive Jason Paris, and The Warehouse Group's human resources chief Richard Parker spoke to Susie Ferguson.

Indicted
4: The Mignonette

Indicted

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 49:36


This week Allison and Astra talk about Bill Cosby, the wonders of graduate school, and the unfortunate fate that awaited Richard Parker aboard The Mignonette.

Truth Revival
S1:E2 Locating The Source

Truth Revival

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 60:32


In our search for truth, we must locate the source. In John 15, Jesus describes Himself as the "true vine." Special thanks to Richard Parker and David Lowe for being part of this episode. If you wish to support this expedition, be sure to visit us at https://anchor.fm/truthrevival --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/truthrevival/support

Guest List with Jake Lambert
Ep 4: Tom Allen

Guest List with Jake Lambert

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 46:27


Jake chats with comedian and friend Tom Allen to discuss his perfect dinner party guests (1 alive, 1 dead, 1 fictional). Other topics discussed include: Scotland, Touring, Goodreads, Michelin star restaurants, chefs and the origins of the name Richard Parker. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

CavalierCast - The Civil War in Words
Maimed Soldiers & Widows Petitions

CavalierCast - The Civil War in Words

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2021 46:31


I speak to Dr Ismini Pells, who is leading the Civil War Petitions Project.  She explains what these petitions tell us about the ordinary men and women who lived and fought during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. What wounds did they incur?How did they integrate back into society?Why were some petitions for relief granted, and some not?It's usually the leaders of both sides whose stories are told, but now, this project brings the personal stories of the soldiers and widows to the fore:Richard Parker of Somerset - his near death experience.Elizabeth Carey - her husband and Prince Charles's dog.John Baxter of Essex - his request for a loom.John Tinkler of Durham - his wounds at the siege of Hartlepool.Michael Powell of Wrexham - his wife's work to survive poverty.This podcast looks at anything and everything to do with the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, which is very much an overlooked part of our history. Hopefully CavalierCast can help change that. To find out more about the wars, you can read various articles relating to it on my blog: http://www.allegianceofblood.comPlease do subscribe to CavalierCast on Apple Podcasts and review it to help spread the word! You can keep on touch with me on Twitter (@1642author) and Facebook (www.Facebook.com/markturnbullauthor).Thanks for your support!

The Borough We Became: Queens Residents On Life During COVID-19

The  Queens Memory Project  brings you the 10th episode of season two of the  Queens Memory Podcast.  This season we have collected the documented experiences of Queens residents during the COVID-19 Pandemic. In our final episode of season two, we hear once again from Queens residents about their hopes and fears for the future, as well as one quarantine wedding, 20 years in the making.   On the final episode of season two of Queens Memory Podcast, we begin with a 20-year love story. Kate O’Connell and Michael Scott Robinson first met in an acting class. The pair recount their first kiss, their courtship, getting engaged in 2013, and Kate’s cancer diagnosis one month before their original wedding date in 2018. “I wasn’t going to do ‘tragic bald bride.’ Nope. That’s not me,” she said. So they postponed. Kate got better. And they set a new wedding date for 2020. Their plans were once again derailed -- this time by COVID-19. Kate, an ER nurse who has worked in a hospital throughout the pandemic, quarantined from Scott in their own house. Fear and stress and all the feelings that have struck some people throughout these trying times ultimately inspired the pair to hold a virtual wedding. “I realized that we still had this amazing celebration that we were entitled to, that we could create and share,” said Scott. Listen to Kate and Scott’s wedding vows and hear about how they created a little bit of happiness for themselves, their family, and friends. Later in the episode, we hear one more time from Queens residents about what they believe life “after COVID” will look like. From fears about students being left behind in their schooling, to hope that the traditional in-person working environment will be reimagined, even after it’s safe to come back; our Queens neighbors remain vigilant and hopeful. Many are rightfully determined that the Black Lives Matter movement, which sparked nationwide  protests  this summer, remains active and that conversations continue and work toward equal rights and equal treatment is never ceased.  Individuals whose voices can be heard in this segment are: Tunisia Morrison, Tiffany Nealy, Yvette Ramirez, Khaair Morrison, Assemblywoman Alicia Hyndman, Richard Parker, Aleeia Abraham, Shante Spivey, Keshia Desmarattes, Ty Hankerson, and Franck Joseph. To close out the final episode, our whole team shared what they hope for the future after COVID, and reminisced on their favorite memories of the season.   This episode of the Queens Memory podcast was produced by Jordan Gass-Poore’, in conjunction with Anna Williams, Giulia Hjort, Syreeta Gates, Jo-Ann Wong, and Natalie Milbrodt.  Editing by Anna Williams and mixing by Briana Stodden, with music composed by Elias Ravin, the Blue Dot Sessions, Audio Network, as well as, Dale Stuckenbruck (violin) and Heawon Kim ( piano), who played "The Marriage of Figaro" during Kate O’Connell’s and Michael Scott Robinson’s Zoom wedding ceremony.  Special thanks for funding support from the New York Community Trust. Queens Memory is an ongoing community archiving program by the Queens Public Library and Queens College, CUNY.

The Borough We Became: Queens Residents On Life During COVID-19

The  Queens Memory Project  brings you the ninth episode of season two of the  Queens Memory Podcast.  This season we have collected the documented experiences of Queens residents during the COVID-19 Pandemic. In this episode, we hear from artists and creatives in Queens about how they have managed to shine through the pandemic, by finding innovative and fun ways to express themselves while staying safe.   In mid-March, as the pandemic was starting to take hold in New York City, Governor Cuomo  issued   a ban on gatherings of 500 people or more -- a move that would prove to be only the beginning of great steps taken to slow the spread of COVID-19. That same day, Broadway went  dark. Restrictions grew tighter in the following weeks, and soon enough, public spaces were closed and New York became a vastly different city. Faced with new social distancing rules, members of the arts community did what they do best: They got creative.  Crockett Doob,   a writer and drummer from Queens, plays drums on a makeshift setup at 33rd Street and Astoria Boulevard so he won’t disturb his neighbors. When he lived in Sunnyside, he played on the 39th Street bridge, where he enjoyed the noise of the traffic which allowed him to play as loudly as possible. Now, playing in a more exposed location, he enjoys the anonymity wearing a mask allows him, so he can play as excitedly as he wants. Richard Parker  is a tattoo artist in Queens and the designer of the Black Lives Matter  mural  on Jamaica Avenue. Having spent his entire life weaving through the borough, from Corona to Bayside to Flushing and beyond, Parker calls himself a “Queens mutt.”  Parker sees the world coming to a standstill as an opportunity for artists, “Now is the time to do what you want to do, especially in New York City.” By designing the BLM mural and his other art projects, Parker says he has been called an “activist” by the community, a title which he says he obtained simply by expressing himself through his art. Lifelong Queens resident Sapphira Martin is a dancer, podcast producer, and writer. She and her mother are the owners of dance studio,  It’s Dance at the Brown Barre.  She is also co-host of  The Black Girl Podcast,  alongside four other proud and strong black women. She has focused during the pandemic on supporting her Queens community. She leads classes via  Instagram  for her dance students and continues to work remotely on her podcast and subscription box service,  SassBoxx,  co-curated by Martin for black women. She has leaned heavily into her creative outlets over the last few months, and the Black Lives Matter resurgence that took place this summer drove Martin further to create and show up. “Black lives have always and will always matter,” she says.   This episode of Queens Memory was produced by Jordan Gass-Poore in conjunction with Theresa Gaffney, Anna Williams, Syreeta Gates, Briana Stodden, Jo-Ann Wong, and Natalie Milbrodt. This episode was edited by Anna Williams with mixing by Briana Stodden and music composed by Elias Ravin and the Blue Dot Sessions. Special thanks for funding support from the New York Community Trust. Queens Memory is an ongoing community archiving program by the Queens Public Library and Queens College, CUNY.

Achtung! Millwall Podcast
Achtung! Millwall History - Bill Bryant and Bob Hunter

Achtung! Millwall Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2020 15:25


A new series in which Millwall fan and journalist Neil Fissler discusses two early Millwall Athletic pioneers - Bill Bryant and Bob Hunter - with yours truly ...SHOW NOTESBill Bryant, 1899-1986William Ingram (Bill) Bryant was born in Ghent, Belgium on 01 March 1899.He was a full England International as well as an Amateur International. He won his only full England cap on 21 May 1925, in a friendly against France in Paris. England won the match 3 – 2, and Bryant played the full 90 minutes.A centre half, he plied his trade with Clapton and Millwall. He was a Clapton player at the time of his full International call up.William was the Clapton captain for the 1924/25 F.A. Amateur Cup Final against Southall, held ironically at The Den, Millwall, home of the team he was soon to join. Clapton won the game 2 – 1, thus retaining the trophy they had won a year earlier, when Bill was also a member of the victorious Clapton team.He left Clapton to join Millwall in 1925 and played 132 games for “The Lions”, scoring 30 goals before returning to Clapton in 1931.William Ingram Bryant died on 21 January 1986, in Witham, Essex aged 86.Millwall 1925-31 140 apps in all comps - 30 goalsBob Hunter 1860-1933Millwall manager 1918-33 ( longest tenure in the job)Millwall club trainer 1897-1918Originally from Govan, spent many years at Montrose FC in ScotlandBuilt reputation as a runner and coach - winning many prizesKnown as an organizer of athletic events - continued on the Isle of DogsTook charge in 1918Developed a side strong enough to finish 3rd in Division 3 South 1923-24, 1925-26 & 1926-27 before promotion as champions in 1927-28Shrewd singer of players including Richard Parker 1924 and Jack Cock 1927 who scored twice in a 9-1 win over Coventry1932-33 - 7th in Division Two - although Hunter died in office aged 73, the only Millwall manager ever to do so. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.