Photo: KOKOPO CHIEF Container Ship: A technological cousin of the Rotterdam Express. IMO: 8907412.MMSI: 477062000.Call Sign: VRRD.Flag: Hong Kong [HK].AIS Vessel Type: Cargo.Gross Tonnage: 10352.Deadweight: 13970 t.Length Overall x Breadth Extreme: 158.06m × 22.2m.Year Built: 1991.Status: Active #PacificWatch: The Rotterdam Express is the person of interest. @JCBliss HFN https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-coast-guard-boards-german-ship-as-part-of-oil-spill-investigation-11633615869?mod=lead_feature_below_a_pos1
About: Megan Leber is a Rotterdam based producer, sound designer and live performer who drags you deep into a dark ocean of soundscapes, profound basslines and airy percussion. She combines her modular system with other hardware and ensures you will eventually always resurface. Links: https://www.instagram.com/meganleber/ https://soundcloud.com/meganleber https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6CyZKlnYJlBAlZm_Y8QBOA https://blastradio.com/meganleber
In this episode, we recap films from the Camden International Film Festival which just wrapped up over the past weekend. I sat with a dear friend of the podcast, Bronte Stahl, a filmmaker and producer from Westerly RI who is a frequent attendee at CIFF and also part of the festival's screening committee. Bronte and I studied documentary in film school many moons ago at the European master's program, DocNomads. Since then has participated in a few fellowships and residencies including Points North Institute, Flaherty Seminar, UnionDocs, and Open City Assembly Lab. His short films have been screened at international film festivals including Rotterdam and DocLisboa. And his current projects are supported by Sundance and DocSociety, among others.We discuss several films from the Camden International Film Festival includingNORTH BY CURRENT by Angelo Madsen Minax EXPEDITION CONTENT by Ernst Karel and Veronika Kusumaryati TERRA FEMME by Courtney Stephens FAYA DAYI by Jessica BeshirSpirits and Rocks, an Azorean Myth by Aylin GokmenA NIGHT OF KNOWING NOTHING by Payal Kapadia ASCENSION by Jessica Kingdon
What the actual F*$% Y'all. We gagged, we are gooped by the cheek, the nerve, the audacity, and the gumption of this final four. I mean. I mean! Our thoughts and prayers to Keta Minaj. Luckily, in our time of need, deep friend of the pod, Noah Millman (events producer, professor, and fitness savant) joins us with Miss Cartier (Matt Geuze), the daughter of Envy Peru (technically the granddaughter of Vanessa Van Cartier and Tabitha)! We learn about how Envy unlocked Miss Cartier's feminine side one night in Paris. The rest is her-story! Up-date from Holland - drag brunches are happening and bars reopening from 4 pm-12 am for the vaccinated, but if you are a tourist, times are tough with daily PCR tests! We also learn about a party called Monday Muse at Bar Rouge, which done by Totally Events (a POC and Trans inclusive events production company :)) On the pod: Miss Cartier spills the tea on Keta Minaj's reaction to the episode watch party! Why did the runway look like a design challenge? Nobody won the challenge, right? What are Fred's actual judging criteria? - just make shocking tv? - 42:50 There is one rule to rule them all! Who could possibly win now? Could we get an Art Simone save? Holland has elevated the Mini-challenge! What is a Miffy? Ferry Doedens is fine as hell! About our guests: Noah Millman is a fun and quirky drag events producer, known for collaborating with various organizations. Some of the various brands he worked with previously are Klub Kids, Totally Events, The Drag Agency, Tuckstop Productions, Pride Amsterdam, Youseum, Boom Chicago, and more. Besides creating his own successful Drag Brunches such as Queen Your Plate, he also runs around town teaching psychology, fitness classes, and contemplating why he never has free time. If you ever need to find a bubbly helping hand, or just want to check him out, you can find him on his socials or drop an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Miss Cartier (Matt Geuze) is a chique, Dutch drag performer with Parisian flair. As a drag daughter of Envy Peru, she's working hard to follow in her footsteps. By day, Matt is gracing the streets of Amsterdam on red bottoms, as manager of Christian Louboutin in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, but by night Miss Cartier is bringing you glamour with live jazz vocals. You can find her on Instagram, on Videoland in the two seasons of the TV show “Like Monica”, or in magazines. FOLLOW THE NOAH MILLMANInstagram: nmillman FOLLOW MISS CARTIERInstagram: misscartierofficialInstagram: mattgeuze FOLLOW NICKInstagram: neprobst and grow_withnickTwitter: neprobst FOLLOW MIJONInstagram:majorzu FOLLOW THE HUNTYSInstagram: whisperinghuntysFacebook: whisperinghuntysTiktok: whisperinghuntysTwitter: huntywhisperingWhispering Huntys Website Whispering Huntys is an Apocalypse Podcast Network Podcast. Sign up to our Listserv: http://eepurl.com/hfnySr
Theatermaker, meesterinterviewer, schrijver, columnist, jazz-kenner, programmamaker... Wilfried de Jong is het allemaal en ook nog eens op topniveau. Een carrière waar Ernst-Jan jaloers op is en dus probeert hij te achterhalen hoe Wilfried het allemaal flikt. In de kleedkamer van Het Nieuwe Luxor theater in Rotterdam ontrafelt Ernst-Jan de formule De Jong terwijl de alleskunner vertelt over zijn twijfelachtige twintiger jaren, stoppen op het goede moment en een waanzinnig verhaal over hoe hij het leger ontsnapte.
In our English-language interview with Luka Cruysberghs, the Belgian star talks about her new single "Not Too Late" and its stunning music video. She also discusses her win on The Voice Belgium, joining Hooverphonic (and later being kicked out), and her thoughts on both Eurovision 2020 and 2021. She also reveals what her performance of "Release Me" would have looked like in Rotterdam had the 2020 contest gone ahead. Interviewer: Deban: http://instagram.com/deban_deban
In this week's episode, Jenn discusses with Adam, a US student currently studying in Rotterdam. Our guest talks about a number of his experiences beyond the States, including the fact that he plays competitive baseball in the Netherlands. Learn more about Adam's background, how it looks like to study as an international student in Europe, and the main differences between the US and EU school systems. Moreover, find out how American students get used to European life, especially during the COVID era. Tune in and hear out firsthand from our young, and yet so mature guest, Adam! “You're going to learn 10% in the classroom. Plant seed and water the relationships. That's where you really learn from, the people you connect with.” Adam's Dad
El coste de importar productos desde China al resto del mundo se ha disparado a niveles impensables hace sólo un año. Si hace unos meses se pagaban 2.000 dólares por llevar un contenedor desde China a la costa oeste de Estados Unidos, ahora se pueden llegar a pagar hasta 15.000 dólares dependiendo de la ruta. Detrás del espectacular aumento del valor de los fletes marítimos está la llamada "crisis de los contenedores", una insólita escasez de espacio disponible para transportar los productos de Asia a Occidente. Según datos de Drewry Shipping, una empresa que monitoriza los precios de los fletes marítimos a nivel global y los publica en su Drewry World Container Index, el coste de enviar un contenedor de unos 12 metros (40 pies) en ocho de las principales rutas de oriente a occidente se acerca a los 10.000 dólares, un aumento de 360% comparado con el valor de hace un año. El mayor aumento de precio se ha producido en la ruta marítima que une Shanghái y Rotterdam, en los Países Bajos, donde el precio ha subido un alarmante 660%. La ruta transpacífica que une China con América también se ha encarecido sustancialmente. El coste de llevar un contenedor desde los puertos chinos hasta los de Sudamérica ha pasado de unos 2.000 dólares a 7.000. A la falta de contenedores se suman los cuellos de botella que han aparecido en los mayores puertos internacionales y los cierres temporales de algunos terminales marítimos chinos debido a las medidas para controlar la pandemia. Como si le faltara aceite a un engranaje, cuando una de las partes queda trabada, todo el sistema se para. Lo hace además en el peor momento porque la recuperación de la economía mundial es un hecho y el consumo se ha disparado. Una demanda que aumentará en Occidente a medida que nos acerquemos a las fiestas de Navidad. Los importadores de todo tipo de productos, especialmente artículos electrónicos, anticipan dificultades en la época de las compras navideñas. No hay suficientes barcos, no hay suficientes contenedores, y existen demasiados retrasos en los puertos para entrar y salir. Todo esto afecta la cadena logística. La mayor parte de los importadores están haciendo sus pedidos ahora para la Navidad. Pero, como la situación es tan complicada, es probable que exista escasez de artículos navideños porque no van a llegar a tiempo. El problema es de tal magnitud que muchos se están planteando si es prudente depender tanto de China como el centro de fabricación del mundo. Con las relaciones entre China y Occidente sometidas a tensión continua, muchos analistas creen que habría que acercar las fábricas a Europa y América. La ContraRéplica. Andrea responde a: - Repetir o no repetir curso - Ivermectina - Vacunas y vacunación Apoya La Contra en: · Patreon... https://www.patreon.com/diazvillanueva · iVoox... https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-contracronica_sq_f1267769_1.html · Paypal... https://www.paypal.me/diazvillanueva Sígueme en: · Web... https://diazvillanueva.com · Twitter... https://twitter.com/diazvillanueva · Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/fernandodiazvillanueva1/ · Instagram... https://www.instagram.com/diazvillanueva · Linkedin… https://www.linkedin.com/in/fernando-d%C3%ADaz-villanueva-7303865/ · Flickr... https://www.flickr.com/photos/147276463@N05/?/ · Pinterest... https://www.pinterest.com/fernandodiazvillanueva Encuentra mis libros en: · Amazon... https://www.amazon.es/Fernando-Diaz-Villanueva/e/B00J2ASBXM Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
Truck loads of really interesting new music again in this week's show (see the playlist below).In our ALBUM OF THE WEEK feature, we play three selected tracks from a really interesting, newly-released album and invite the artist(s) to introduce it themselves.This week, it's 'Morning Drops and Lemon Seeds' by Nana M. Rose. She is a soulful singer-songwriter from Rotterdam."We have all gone through moments of pure pain, but also experienced the most incredible highs. In this body of work every emotion is stunningly put on display.From light, wistful indie-folk to powerful pop ballds, the EP dives into Rose's most intimate thoughts." EarmilkOur Luvva Cover feature is a remarkable transformation of one of Radiohead's very best songs. The cover version is stunning! It's by an amazing multimedia performance artist Cellista and an ambient music composer and guitarist Joshua Icban. Do give this a listen - it is a completely beautiful piece of music!#newmusicyoujustdonthearanywhereelse!Playlist:and you know it – Julia-SophieMagnolia Blues – Adia VictoriaThe Expert – BERRIESI Want Your Ice Cream – The AnahitSweet Honey – Nana M. Rose (Album of the Week)Not Even Bliss – VerushkaIt's Just Like All The Clouds - Lily KonigsbergSymphony of Life - Nãnci Correia, Origin OneEven When It's Bent – Night TeacherUnder The Viaduct – Alaskan Tapes, The Last DinosaurWeird Fishes / Arpeggi – RadioheadWeird Fishes – Cellista, Joshua Icban (Luvva Cover feature)Keter The Heavenly – KrustThe Pile – Scrimshire, Cleveland WatkissLove Me Like I Love You – Nana M. RoseXXXX – Leo BhanjiEverything I Thought – Kmodo, Thomas Murphy YoungLove Ritual (Voodoo Love) – Doc FrostSignal – TinyumbrellasColors – Ansatz Der MaschineDream – Nana M. RoseThe Gaping Mouth – LowertownRose Rouge – Jorja Smith
In this episode, Alejandra "Alex" Villacis joins me in conversation about moving from Ecuador to Mexico to Germany and from Germany to Netherlands where she currently lives in Rotterdam and is working towards her BA.In this conversation, we discuss Alex's travels and a special trip that she made with her Grandmother to Portugal and her worry that something was going to happen to her Grandmother...nothing did, and it is a great shared memory between the two.Alex is a Graphic Designer, Service Designer, Creative thinker and traveller. Alex is the host of "Do I Need School to be.....?You can find more about AlexOn Instagram @theofficialjune10th And Instagram @dinschool2bMedium Alex VillacisPodcast "Do I Need School to be...?About me:email@example.com
Nathalie has been a staple of Berlin's incomparable underground scene since 2014, playing the city's joie de vivre open-air parties and peak time house sets at titans of the Berlin club circuit such as Salon zur Wilden Renate and Tresor. Hailing from Rotterdam, Nathalie's Nightlife education was thorough and diverse. Her rave-forward pallet is unmistakable, commonly blending nostalgic breakbeats, golden-era vocal house, and blistering acid with the best hidden gems of the contemporary underground. "I recorded this mix at home with my Technics and my Xone:23 The idea behind the mix is... 100% Ian Pooley! I didn't really have a clear idea of what I wanted to do for this mix. Then I got inspired from listening to a mix CD by Ian Pooley whilst cleaning my flat. Just before Ian left Berlin last year he generously gave me a bunch of his own records and CDs. I decided to limit myself and only play music by Ian Pooley that I have vinyl, mainly from the mid noughties era. To be honest, that limitation made recording this mix so much easier, as I knew what I wanted to do and it left little room for overthinking. I ended up recording the mix in one go, which is quite unusual for me, and enjoying myself in the process. ;) Hope you enjoy." Artist: @nathaliecapello
Hurricane — Serbia's Eurovision 2021 singers — tell our Cinan that they came down with Post Eurovision Depression after Rotterdam. Sanja jokes that life is boring now, but the ladies are most definitely keeping busy! Cinan asks when they will release their new album. They spoke at Music Week Belgrade on September 4.
Anders funderar på manlighet och gläntar med viss tvekan på Ronaldodörren. Johan ser fotbollsspelare som inte är mentalt vuxna ändå avkrävas på en högre moral.Dessutom: Missad chans med Fjellström, Strömbergs tankeväckande krönika, institutionaliserade proffs, att bli sin prestation, Anders misslyckade Niva-vikariat, Carina Bergfeldt i skottgluggen, Ronnie Hellström med årskort på Vångavallen och Glenn Hyséns ölmarinerade intervju med John Guidetti i Rotterdam.
Anders funderar på manlighet och gläntar med viss tvekan på Ronaldodörren. Johan ser fotbollsspelare som inte är mentalt vuxna ändå avkrävas på en högre moral.Dessutom: Missad chans med Fjellström, Strömbergs tankeväckande krönika, institutionaliserade proffs, att bli sin prestation, Anders misslyckade Niva-vikariat, Carina Bergfeldt i skottgluggen, Ronnie Hellström med årskort på Vångavallen och Glenn Hyséns ölmarinerade intervju med John Guidetti i Rotterdam.
The Eurovision 2022 rules will allow pre-recorded backing vocals following a trial run in Rotterdam. Previously, the EBU said the inclusion of recorded backing vocals were to help the contest become more sustainable by reducing costs and allowing delegations to travel to the song contest with fewer people. But some fans worry Eurovision is moving away from its roots and becoming a lip-synch event. We discuss. Read more about the rules on our web site: https://wiwibloggs.com/2021/09/03/pre-recorded-backing-vocals-permitted-for-eurovision-2022-following-rotterdam-trial/266528/ William: http://instagram.com/williamleeadams Deban: http://instagram.com/deban_deban
Höhere Deiche reichen gegen steigende Meeresspiegel künftig nicht aus: Fachleute forschen deshalb an neuen Möglichkeiten, damit Küstenstädte bewohnbar bleiben können. Städte wie Hamburg oder Rotterdam setzen bereits auf innovativen Flutschutz. Von Achim Nuhr. | Manuskript und mehr zur Sendung: http://swr.li/moderner-flutschutz | Bei Fragen und Anregungen schreibt uns: firstname.lastname@example.org | Folgt uns auf Twitter: @swr2wissen
durée : 00:25:05 - Gustavo Beytelmann, pianiste et compositeur (5/5) - par : Laurent Valero - Dans ce dernier épisode Gustavo Beytelmann nous parle de son intense activité de pédagogue, transmetteur de la musique de tango auprès des jeunes générations au sein du prestigieux conservatoire de Rotterdam aux Pays-Bas. - réalisé par : Lionel Quantin
Phil taught out of the story of the two builder in Matthew 7. It's one of those simple, well known but incredibly profound and important stories. Jesus tells this story having just preached the greatest sermon of all time. The main point is, unless we do something with what Jesus says, in the end nothing will change – they will just be words we hear, and we will build our lives on sand. Phil Varley was our Senior Associate Pastor. He and his wife Sarah left King's in September 2021 to plant a church in Rotterdam.
Synopsis On today's date in 1980, “Satyagraha,” an opera by the American composer Philip Glass had its premiere in Rotterdam by the Netherlands Opera. Four years earlier, Glass's first opera, “Einstein on the Beach,” had scored a big hit not only in Avignon, France, where it had premiered, but also at a special, non-subscription performance at New York's Metropolitan Opera. But “Einstein” had been written for Glass's own electronic keyboard ensemble, while the new opera “Satyagraha” was written for the more traditional opera pit orchestra of strings, winds, and brass – in some ways, a new language for Glass to learn. And speaking of new languages, for opera singers used to singing in Italian, French or German, the libretto for “Satyagraha,” crafted by Glass and Constance DeJong was to be sung in ancient Sanskrit, based on texts from the Bhagavad Gita. "Satyagraha" is a Sanskrit word meaning "truth force." While the text is ancient, the story of the opera is set in modern times and deals with Mahatma Gandhi's early years in South Africa and his development of non-violent protest as a political tool. “Satyagraha” is the second in Glass's opera trilogy about men who changed the world: Einstein, Gandhi, and the ancient Egyptian pharaoh Akhnaten. Music Played in Today's Program Philip Glass (b. 1937): Satyagraha (New York City Opera; Christopher Keene, cond.) Sony 39672
HEAR THE HEADLINES – Timely Tea Delivery is in Troubled Waters | Tea is Thriving in the Convenience Channel | Iran Tea Production is Up 25pct | NEWS - The disruption of global supply chains is getting worse. Container vessel reliability for tea shipments crossing the Pacific continued to decline this summer as prices reached new heights. The World Container Index for eight East-West routes rose to a composite cost of $9,613 for the week of August 19 – up 360% compared to the same period last year. Consignments of tea shipped from Shanghai to Rotterdam increased 659% to $13,698 last week. | FEATURES – This week Tea Biz puts Burmese chefs in the spotlight for their culinary contributions in tea... and then we travel to London where Unilever unveiled four guiding principles of regenerative agriculture a topic currently trending in tea. Tea Leaf Cuisine Pickled tea leaves may sound a bit out of the ordinary but not for Southeast Asian chefs. Burma, now known as Myanmar, is an ancient crossroads influenced by the cuisine of bordering Bangladesh, China, Thailand, and Laos. It is here that laphet became a national dish that is now finding its way to US and European consumers in branded packaged goods. Regenerative Agriculture Danone CEO Emmanuel Faber writes that “never before have the health of people and the health of the planet been so closely interconnected.” Beginning this week, the Tea Biz Podcast and Blog undertakes a series of interviews with thought-leaders in tea from organizations such as the Rainforest Alliance, growers in Sri Lanka, where a nationwide ban on the import and manufacture of plant chemicals was instituted in May; and with multinationals like Unilever, a company with extensive tea holdings that recently unveiled its basic principals of regenerative agriculture. Today's segment is a primer introducing the topic and asking the critical question: Can a world that has already eroded a third of the planet's soils feed a population of 10 billion without intensive agricultural practices that rely on heavy inputs of fertilizer, herbicides, and pesticides necessary to sustain monoculture farming?
James Oesi is the founder of the Dutch Double Bass Festival, which will be running for the third edition on October 29th and 30th in Rotterdam. This year's lineup will include Dave Holland, Ben Williams, Sasha Witteveen, and many others. Pick up tickets on their website now, and be sure to follow the festival on Facebook, Instagram, and Spotify! Subscribe to the podcast to get these interviews delivered to you automatically! Check out our Online Sheet Music Store with 100+ wide-ranging titles for bassists. Listen to Contrabass Conversations with our free app for iOS, Android, and Kindle. Check out my Beginner's Classical Bass course, available exclusively from Discover Double Bass. Thank you to our sponsors! Upton Bass String Instrument Company - Upton's Karr Model Upton Double Bass represents an evolution of our popular first Karr model, refined and enhanced with further input from Gary Karr. Since its introduction, the Karr Model with its combination of comfort and tone has gained a loyal following with jazz and roots players. The slim, long “Karr neck” has even become a favorite of crossover electric players. Ear Trumpet Labs - They make hand-built mics out of Portland, OR and they have an excellent mic for upright bass called Nadine. The Nadine is a condenser mic with a clear natural sound and incredible feedback rejection. This mic is a completely new design -- the head mounts in between the strings above the tailpiece with a rubber grommet, and the body securely straps to the tailpiece with velcro elastic. A 14-inch Mogami cable connects the two parts making it easy to place on any bass. It's durable and holds up to the demanding needs of the instrument while offering excellent sound quality. Ear Trumpet Labs is offering a free t-shirt just for Contrabass listeners with the purchase of a mic, just visit EarTrumpetLabs.com/contrabass to claim yours and check out the Nadine! Contrabass Conversations production team: Jason Heath, host Michael Cooper and Steve Hinchey, audio editing Mitch Moehring, audio engineer Trevor Jones, publication and promotion theme music by Eric Hochberg
Aric Chen is a curator, writer, and design historian. He was recently appointed the general and artistic director of Rotterdam's Het Nieuwe Institute (The New Institute) and previously served as curatorial director for Design Miami, curator at large for M+ and creative director of Beijing Design Week. He also is a professor and founding director of the Curatorial Lab at the College of Design and Innovation at Tongji University. In this episode, Jarrett and Aric talk about the value of wide interests and multidisciplinary careers, building M+'s collection, and what he hopes to do in his new job.Links from this episode can be found at scratchingthesurface.fm/196-aric-chen. — If you enjoy the show, please consider supporting us on Patreon and get bonus content, transcripts, and our monthly newsletter! www.patreon.com/surfacepodcast
About This Episode: In this week's podcast, we talk with Niels Duinker, a professional comedy juggler who first thought of becoming a successful international performer when he was 12 years old, and well before the end of his teenage years, his dream had become a reality. Niels has set 9 Guinness World Records in juggling and was voted Juggler of the Decade by the International Magicians Society. He also received the Award of Excellence from the Museum of Juggling History. Modestly beginning his career in a Rotterdam youth circus, Niels now spends his time jetting between high-profile engagements at theaters, casinos, cruise ships, theme parks, and corporate events. More than just a pretty face with a bag full of cool tricks, in the spring of 2009 Niels completed the course work for his Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. Another dream turned reality. Sharing his love of the arts with the performers of tomorrow, Niels regularly lectures as a guest artist at two Government-funded professional circus schools in the Netherlands: Codarts Circus School in Rotterdam and the Fontys Circus School in Tilburg. He also serves as a board member with the International Jugglers Association and he's the president of the International Sport Juggling Federation, which is the governing body for the sport of juggling. Connect with Niels: Website Instagram YouTube Connect with nine dots: E-mail Geoffrey nine dots Media Twitter Instagram LinkedIn Facebook
Podcast 199 of atomar audio, featuring cutting edge techno artists. This week we present you Diepzeebeest from Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Diepzeebeest @diepzeebeest Visit atomar audio on Facebook: www.facebook.com/atomar.audio
Having issued warnings about the perils of sucking Yorkshire Mixtures whilst walking, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray discuss Hotbeds of Soccer, from Hetton-le-Hole to the Chota Valley. There is a delve inside the pages of WSC magazine issue 413 including Kidderminster catering, solo Subbuteo and football grounds as neighbours, and Record Breakers takes us to Munich, Rotterdam and Newcastle. Dan is joined by Gary Hutchinson of The Stacey West website and podcast to talk all things Lincoln City, including Gary's time as Sincil Bank mascot, Poacher the Imp.Looking for the missing episodes? They were exclusively for WSC Supporters' Club members, and they were distinctly half-decent. Find out how to join the club and get behind the magazine at patreon.com/whensaturdaycomesSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/whensaturdaycomes)
Oké, driemaal is scheepsrecht. We waren niet tevreden over onze eerste podcast over of je van hout houdt. Daarom nu een nieuwe met nog meer verdieping #winenerdalert. We hebben het over de verschillende type eikenhout, wat dit doet met wijn, wat is de invloed van houtlagering. En waar komen de aroma's en smaken vandaan. Wil je dit zelf ervaren en proeven? We hebben een lijst gemaakt waarin je Amerikaans vs. Frans eikenhout kan proeven. Check hier onze tips en laat ons weten wat jouw voorkeur is. Onze benchmark proeftips vind je hier. Amerikaans: Di Lenardo Vineyards Venezia Giulia Father's Eyes Chardonnay 2020 verkrijgbaar bij Vindict in Amsterdam en Platenburg in Rotterdam. Frans: Révélation Pays d'Oc Chardonnay met schroefdop 2019 verkrijgbaar bij Vindict in Amsterdam en Platenburg in Rotterdam. Voor rood kan je de volgende drie wijnen proberen: Amerikaans: Pedroncelli Dry Creek Valley Mother Clone Zinfandel 2018 verkijgbaar bij Vindict in Amsterdam en Platenburgin Rotterdam. Amerikaans & Frans Eikenhout: Vivanco Rioja Reserva 2015 verkrijgbar bij Vindict in Amsterdam en Platenburg in Rotterdam. Volle bak Amerikaans eikenhout: Altos d'Oliva Catalunya Gran Reserva 2013 verkrijgbaar bij Vindict in Amsterdam en Platenburg in Rotterdam. Frans eikenhout: Ga voor een klassieke fles Bourgogne of Bordeaux om klassiek frans eikenhout te ervaren. Film tips, check hier hoe die eikenhouten vaten daadwerkelijk gemaakt worden. Knipselmand Een leuk artikel over Albariño in Decanter, waarin de Vega da Princesa 96 punten scoort. Meer weten over Albariño check dan onze Albariño podcast. Werken bij Maeve? Mail naar email@example.com Meer linkjes:
De Dick Voormekaar Podcast is dé podcast over Feyenoord! In de derde aflevering krijgt Arne Slot de complimenten van Michel van Egmond en Martijn Krabbendam. De mannen zien de euforie in Rotterdam: ‘In Rotterdam wil iedereen het over niets anders hebben dan Feyenoord!' Verder wordt Wim Kieft gebeld om toe te geven dat we het theater ingaan en is er weer een nieuwe quiz. EN: Kevin maakte een geweldig Arne Slot-hit…. Klasse Kevin! Op het einde van de podcast is hij in zijn geheel te beluisteren, net als op Instagram! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ze vluchtte met haar ouders voor het geweld van de burgeroorlog in Joegoslavië. In de jaren '90. Ze was vier jaar. In Nederland heeft Arna Mačkić zich ontwikkeld tot een kritische architecte die met haar ontwerpen streeft naar verbinding en inclusiviteit. Omdat ze met eigen ogen heeft gezien hoe een stad uiteen gereten kan worden door etnische spanningen, en zelfs kan sterven. Het voorbeeld is Mostar in Bosnië, beroemd vanwege de 16-eeuwse brug. Die werd verwoest en weer hersteld. Maar de stad is nooit meer de oude geworden. Gesprek over monumenten, herinneringen en toerisme, aan de voet van een andere brug: De Zwaan in Rotterdam
Maarten A. Oversier (1962) woont landelijk in het Drentse Roden, maar komt oorspronkelijk uit Rotterdam waar hij ooit carrière maakte als chef-kok bij een gerenommeerd hotel. Zijn ware roeping bleek echter van een meer spirituele aard. Als reïncarnatie- en regressietherapeut heeft hij ruim 15.000 sessies gedaan. Hij publiceert artikelen, geeft lezingen en onderwijst op diverse plaatsen in Europa en in Canadese indianenreservaten. Maarten onderhoudt een warme band met leden van natuurvolken die hij regelmatig uitnodigt om hun wijsheid te komen delen in Nederland. In dit interview heeft Peter Toonen een gesprek met Maarten Oversier over diens eerste boek 'Bestaansrecht' ('Licht op de verdrongen historie die wij nog in ons dragen') dat op 1 september officieel zal worden gepubliceerd en nu al te bestellen is via de weblink: https://maartenoversier.com/boek Peter Toonen mocht als één van de eersten het manuscript lezen en gaat naast de inhoud ook in op het proces van de totstandkoming van dit omvangrijke boek waaraan de schrijver gedurende vier jaar heeft gewerkt. In het afgelopen jaar heeft Maarten Oversier enkele extra hoofdstukken toegevoegd over het traumatiserend effect van de coronacrisis dat wellicht bewust wordt gecreëerd door onze beleidsmakers en andere hoge machten. 'Het is echter een kwestie van tijd tot zal blijken dat de levenskracht van de mensheid uiteindelijk niet blijvend te controleren en te beteugelen is.' zo lezen we in het boek. De (her)verbinding met onze voorouders kan ons daarbij helpen. 'Noodlottige ongelukken, onderdrukking, misbruik, extreme armoede, verraad en gedwongen abortussen. Alles komt voorbij. Gewonde soldaten, verstopte Joodse kinderen, doorgedraaide machtswellustelingen en valse kerkvaders; de beeldend en levendig opgetekende praktijkvoorbeelden lezen soms als een spannend filmscenario. Vervlochten met de verslagleggingen van cliënten die hun opzienbarende herstelverhalen vertellen, staat Bestaansrecht garant voor een aangrijpend leesavontuur dat het wereldbeeld van de lezer zou kunnen transformeren. De kans is groot dat hij wordt geraakt omdat hij persoonlijke thema's uit zijn eigen familie en achtergrond herkent. Tot slot worden ook moderne kwesties zoals orgaandonatie, de coronacrisis en transhumanisme niet geschuwd.' luidt een deel van de tekst op de achterflap van 'Bestaansrecht'. Het gesprek in deze aflevering van Café Weltschmerz Boeken gaat daarnaast over Maartens' kinder- en jeugdjaren, zijn carrière als chef-kok, zijn veelvuldige en innige contacten met de oorspronkelijke bewoners van Noord Amerika en zijn hulp bij de traumaverwerking van wat hen door blanke overheersers (lees: de Kerk) is aangedaan. Voor Maarten gaat er niet om of je gelooft in 'vorige levens' omdat trauma's ook worden doorgegeven via ons DNA. Hij legt uit hoe dit kan werken en te helen is. Duidelijk wordt dat vooral oorlogen en religieuze systemen diepe wonden kunnen achterlaten over meerdere generaties zonder dat men zich hier van bewust is en hoe dit daarom weer kan leiden tot nieuwe geestelijke, emotionele en lichamelijke schade. Op zowel serieuze toon als met humor legt Maarten uit dat en hoe we dit kunnen herstellen. --- Deze video is geproduceerd door Café Weltschmerz. Café Weltschmerz gelooft in de kracht van het gesprek en zendt interviews uit over actuele maatschappelijke thema's. Wij bieden een hoogwaardig alternatief voor de mainstream media. Café Weltschmerz is onafhankelijk en niet verbonden aan politieke, religieuze of commerciële partijen. Waardeer je onze video's? Help ons een in de strijd naar een eerlijker Nederland, vrij van censuur en Steun Café Weltschmerz. https://steun.cafeweltschmerz.nl/ Wil je onze nieuwsbrief ontvangen in je mailbox? https://cafeweltschmerz.nl/nieuwsbrief/ Wil je op de hoogte worden gebracht van onze nieuwe video's? Klik hierboven dan op Abonneren!
Fat! This curious, wonderful and often misunderstood organ is the subject of today's podcast with Professor Liesbeth van Rossum, MD PhD and Dr Mariëtte Boon MD PhD authors of the incredible book “Fat. The Secret Organ”. And yes it is an organ.Professor Liesbeth van Rossum, MD, PhD is internist-endocrinologist at the Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam. She is co-founder of the Obesity Center CGG, and has an internationally leading position in the field of obesity and biological stress research.Dr Mariëtte Boon, MD, PhD is an internal medicine specialist in training. Her research, per- formed at the Leiden University Medical Center, focuses on fat metabolism. Today's pod is a whirlwind of a conversation running through a fantastic variety of topics all to do with fat. You'll learn about:Why fat is an organWhat mechanisms drive hunger and satietyWhy too little as well as too much fat can be detrimentalHow you can stimulate your satiety to eat lessHow stress can cause fatThe number and size of fat cells and if they change throughout your lifeWhy liposuction doesn't workWhat brown fat is and how to increase itFat on inflammation, immune health and fertilityThe 6 categories of what causes weight gain from genetics and sleep to food and stressIf a virus can cause obesity?Their book “Fat. The Secret Organ” is a must read for anyone as interested in this subject. We didn't get time to properly dive deep into some other topics in the book, such as the evidence based lifestyle recommendations and how you can use simple hacks to increase metabolism as well as nutrition, so do grab a copy. I highly recommend it!Check out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and information on this and all other episodes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We left the third interview with Captain KT Lwin in Rotterdam in 1952 taking delivery of the steamship Pyidawtha (see https://i.pinimg.com/originals/63/49/7d/63497db1c18bd22337ad2a8c6bf6b4be.jpg) , Burma's first commercial steamship to be owned by the Government post independence. He sailed on this vessel for a couple of years before becoming the country's first Burmese Harbour Pilot. He then became Harbour Master, then Marine Superintendent of Burma's Five Star Line (the nation's commercial shipping line est 1959 with Israeli management - https://www.facebook.com/Myanma-Five-Star-Line-102752987844185/), then the founding Managing Director of the Institute of Marine Technology. He retired from this role in 1974 having served the Government for 30 years from the time he joined the Navy as a seventeen year old in 1944.He then started his private sector career which included time in Singapore and Thailand where he had several roles including working for a Singapore company chartering and crewing vessels, for Duta Marine (a Thai company) and for SeaTran (another Thai company) before retiring due to ill health in 1984 and moving to Australia. He kept himself busy importing orchids from Thailand but gave that up after 6 months as the business was beset with problems. With his health recovered he focused on building up his own family company, Mariner Shipping Services, which provides Burmese crew to many different shipping companies. Whilst at the time of my interview he remains its largest shareholder he handed over the "reins" to other family members many years ago.The interview ends with 94 year old KT providing some life and health advice and, in particular, to those listeners over 50.
An Encore Presentation of FUCKAROUND FRIDAY ~ 1. Past the Mission (10 October 2001 - New York, NY) 2. Way Down (16 December 2011 - Oakland, CA) 3. Sweet Dreams (28 September 2001 - West Palm Beach, FL) 4. Secret Spell (1 August 2015 - Stockholm, SWE) 5. Mountain (19 November 2017 - Denver, CO) 6. Glory of the 80's (18 August 1999 - Fort Lauderdale, FL) 7. Heart of Gold (27 June 2007 - Graz, AUS) 8. Strange Little Girl (27 July 2003 - Eugene, OR) 9. The Place / Crucify (20 January 2003 - Rotterdam, NET) 10. Tear In Your Hand (8 June 1998 - Berlin, GER) 11. Goodbye Improv (28 September 2007 - Perth, AUS) 12. Ribbons Undone (5 May 2014 - Cork, IRE) 13. Ophelia (17 December 2011 - Los Angeles, CA) 14. Climb (1 October 2017 - Vienna, AUS) 15. Cooling (23 October 1996 - Miami, FL) 16. Almost Rosey (27 October 2017 - Chicago, IL) 17. Gold Dust (1 August 2009 - Washington, DC)
(The episode starts after a short introduction in Portuguese) O convidado é autor e consultor na área da gestão das organizações e da comunicação inter-cultural. Conhecido sobretudo pela autoria de um dos modelos de diferenças entre culturas nacionais mais conhecidos, que popularizou no livro "Riding the Waves of Culture", publicado em 1993. -> Apoie este projecto e faça parte da comunidade de mecenas do 45 Graus em: 45graus.parafuso.net/apoiar O modelo de Trompenaars é -- juntamente com o modelo de Hofstede que já referi várias vezes no podcast -- uma das referências quando se trata de comparar culturas entre diferentes países. Nenhum dos dois modelos é perfeito -- até porque implicam necessariamente generalizar as culturas de países com milhões de pessoas com crenças e valores muito distintos --, mas a verdade é que há inegavelmente padrões nas culturas nacionais, e ler livros como o de Trompenaars muda a maneira como entendemos as reacções de pessoas de outras culturas. Ao longo da conversa, discutimos algumas das dimensões do modelo do convidado, como as culturas mais e menos emocionais, e mais e menos individualistas. Falámos também sobre como é possível ‘reconciliar' os dilemas que surgem quando diferentes culturas entram em conflito -- por exemplo dentro de empresas multinacionais. O autor tem adaptado este estudo sobretudo em aconselhar empresas que actuam entre vários países sobre como gerir as diferenças de culturas nos vários países em que operam. Como se adivinha, as organizações com maior sucesso são aquelas que mais bem conseguem articular estes desafios. Índice da conversa: Fons Trompenaars Trompenaars Cultural Dimensions Modelo de Hofstede What is culture Ed (Edgar) Schein Model of Organization Culture Culture shocks Culture as the most persistent difference between countries Why are there different cultures to begin with? Charles Hampden-Turner Neutral vs emotional cultures The Civilizing Process, Norbert Elias Specific vs diffuse cultures On why both ends of a cultural trait have benefits On why compromise is not necessarily the best solution Dilema reconciliation Universalism vs Particularism The dilemma of the car crash The ascension of China. Fons's recent book: "Has China Devised a Superior Path to Wealth Creation? The Role of Secular Values" Is individualism good? Relation to inequality Milton Friedman's 1970 New York Times article: “The Social Responsibility Of Business Is to Increase Its Profits” Explaining performance of organisations by their ability to reconcile dilemmas Charles Handy On the problem of jobs which add a lot of value to society but are poorly paid American individualism Examples of dilemma reconciliation Apple, Formula 1 Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) How to assess individual performance in more collectivist cultures? How to avoid free riders without measuring individual performance? Shame-based vs guilt cultures The case of the Portuguese culture Can you change a national culture? The case of Royal Dutch Shell The case of Lee Kuan Yew in Singapore Obrigado aos mecenas do podcast: Tomás Fragoso, Gonçalo Murteira Machado Monteiro, Nuno Costa, Francisco Hermenegildo, Mário Lourenço, Carlos Seiça Cardoso, José Luís Malaquias, Tiago Leite, Carlos Martins, Corto Lemos, Margarida Varela, Filipe Bento Caires, Miguel Marques, Galaró family, Nuno e Ana, João Ribeiro, Miguel Vassalo, Bruno Heleno Gonçalo Matos, Emanuel Gouveia, Ricardo Santos, Ricardo Duarte, Ana Sousa Amorim, Manuel Martins, Sara Mesquita, Francisco Sequeira Andrade, ChaosSeeker , Gabriel Sousa, Gil Nogueira, Luis Brandão Marques, Abílio Silva, Joao Saro, Tiago Neves Paixão, Daniel Correia, Rita Mateus, António Padilha, Tiago Queiroz, Carmen Camacho, João Nelas, Francisco Fonseca, Diogo Sampaio Viana, José Soveral, André Oliveira, Andreia Esteves, João Bernardino, Luís Costa, Ana Teresa Mota, Isabel Oliveira, Arune Bhuralal Rui Baldaia, Joana Margarida Alves Martins, Luis Marques, Hugo Correia, Duarte , Francisco Vasconcelos, Telmo , Jose Pedroso, MANNA Porto, José Proença, Carlos Manuel Lopes de Magalhães Lima, Maria Francisca Couto, joana Antunes, Nelson Poças, Francisco López Bermúdez, Carlos Silveira, Diogo Rombo, Bruno Lamas, Fábio Mota, Vítor Araújo, João Pereira, Francisco Valente, Nuno Balsas, Jorge Amorim, Rui Vilão, João Ferreira, Luís Elias, José Losa, Hélder Moreira, Diogo Fonseca, Frederico Apolónia, André Abrantes, Henrique Vieira, João Farinha, Paulo Fernandes, Nuno Lages, João Diamantino, Vasco SÁ Pinto, Rui Carrilho, Luis Quelhas Valente, Tiago Pires, Mafalda Pratas, Renato Vasconcelos, João Raimundo, Francisco Arantes, Francisco dos Santos, Mariana Barosa, Marta Baptista Coelho, João Castanheira, Pedro , rodrigo Brazão, Nuno Gonçalves, Pedro Rebelo, Tomás Félix, Vasco Lima, Joao Pinto, João Moreira, José Oliveira Pratas, João Diogo Silva, Marco Coelho, Joao Diogo, Francisco Aguiar , Tiago Costa da Rocha, João Crispim, Paulo dos Santos, Abílio Mateus, João Pinho , Andrea Grosso, Miguel Lamela, Margarida Gonçalves, Afonso Martins, João Barbosa, Luis Filipe, Renato Mendes, António Albuquerque, Francisco Santos, juu-san, Fernando Sousa, Pedro Correia, MacacoQuitado, Paulo Ferreira, Gabriela, Nuno Almeida, Francisco Manuel Reis, Daniel Almeida, Albino Ramos, Inês Patrão, Patrícia Esquível , Diogo Silva, Miguel Mendes, Luis Gomes, Ana Batista, Alberto Santos Silva, Cesar Correia, Susana Ladeiro, Gil Batista Marinho, Filipe Melo, Cheila Bhuralal, Bruno Machado, Miguel Palhas, isosamep, Robertt , Pedro F. Finisterra, Cristiano Tavares, Pedro Vieira, Jorge Soares, Maria Oliveira, Bruno Amorim Inácio, Nuno , Wedge, Pedro Brito, Manuel Botelho da Silva, Ricardo Leitão, Vítor Filipe, João Bastos, Natália Ribeiro, Bernardo Pimentel, Pedro Gaspar, Hugo Domingues Esta conversa foi editada por: Martim Cunha Rego Bio: Dr. Fons Trompenaars is recognised around world for his work as consultant, trainer, motivational speaker and author of various books on all subjects of culture and business. He has spent over 30 years helping Fortune 500 leaders manage and solve their business and cultural dilemmas to increase global effectiveness and performance, particularly in the areas of globalisation, mergers and acquisition, HR and leadership development. Listed regularly as one of the world's most influential, living, management thinkers, he has been awarded the International Professional Practice Area Research Award by the American Society for Training and Development. Fons was voted one of the top 20 HR Most Influential International Thinkers 2011 by HR Magazine. He is also ranked in the Thinkers50 2011, 2013 and 2015 as being one of the most influential management thinkers alive. He was inducted in the Thinkers50 Hall of Fame in 2017 which salutes distinguished Management Thinkers and their contributions whose names and legacies are added to the ranks of those who have arrived before them. They are distinguished thinkers who have all made a lasting and vital impact on how organizations are led and managed. They are the giants upon whose shoulders managers and leaders stand. Fons joined Shell in 1981 and moved into the Personnel Division for Shell in Rotterdam. From 1985, he worked in job classification and management development at the Shell Research Laboratories in Amsterdam. In 1989 he founded the Centre for International Business Studies, a consulting and training organization for international management. Since 1998 we operate as Trompenaars Hampden-Turner. Fons Trompenaars has worked as a consultant for Shell, BP, ICI, Philips, Heineken, TRW, Mars, Motorola, General Motors, Nike, Cable and Wireless, CSM and Merrill Lynch. Fons wrote Riding the Waves of Culture, Understanding Cultural Diversity in Business. This book sold over 120,000 copies and was translated into 16 languages amongst them, French, German, Dutch, Korean, Danish, Turkish, Chinese, Hungarian and Portuguese. He is co-author amongst others of Nine Visions of Capitalism: Unlocking the Meanings of Wealth Creation and Rewarding Performance Globally.
Whatever happened to those sniffer dogs who were seeking out any passengers infected with Covid-19 at Helsinki airport? And did plans to sample sewage to spot outbreaks early prove successful? This week on The Evidence, we have listeners' questions about some of the clever ideas which were in the news early on in the pandemic but we haven't heard about for a while. Trials of treatments like the cheap steroid dexamethasone proved successful – but what about the anti-parasite medication, ivermectin, which has sparked fierce debate on social media? Because of its role in our body's immune system, researchers wondered if Vitamin D might be useful in preventing Covid infections or treating people in hospital. We hear about some of the flaws in those studies – and the role which genetics plays in how much Vitamin D there is in our bodies. Nasal sprays have been used for colds and flu to help shorten how long you are ill for and reduce the symptoms – can we achieve the same result for Covid infections by using a spray which contains seaweed? Vaccination is key to ending the pandemic – but have all of the vaccines bought by countries like the United States been used? And what will happen to any which are left over, can they be given to countries which desperately need them? Once enough people are vaccinated or have immunity from being infected we should reach the magical “herd immunity” level where there aren't enough people vulnerable to infection for Covid-19 to spread. We hear how new variants of the virus could mean that number will grow – making it more difficult to bring the pandemic to an end. Claudia Hammond's panel of experts will guide you through some of the ideas which have been tested like nasal sprays and nicotine patches – to separate the duds from the winners – as well as highlight others which could still prove to be promising. Claudia's expert panel includes global health epidemiologist from the University of Boston, Professor Matthew Fox; from The Netherlands Professor Marion Koopmans who's Head of the Erasmus MC Department of Viroscience in Rotterdam, who was a member of the WHO's mission to Wuhan in China earlier this year to investigate the origins of Covid-19; Vice Dean of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine Dr Danny Bryden, who's a Consultant at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals; medical journalist Clare Wilson from New Scientist Magazine. Produced by: Paula McGrath, Samara Linton and Maria Simons Studio Engineers: Jo Longton
This week's Pacey Performance Podcast sees Rob speak to Leigh Egger, Head of Performance at Feyenoord Rotterdam in the Dutch Eredivisie. Leigh was formerly a semi-professional footballer in Australia, which has given him insight and empathy into both the emotional and physical side of playing. Leigh discusses his time at Feyenoord, including how he has been influenced by Frans Bosch, John Pryor and Stijn Vandenbroucke. He goes in depth into the effective rehab framework the club's coaches have been working on, including how to improve agility, speed and strength in footballers. To learn some of Leigh's excellent coaching practices for yourself, hit the play button now to learn what Feyenoord have been up to – and avoid some costly errors coaches often encounter. On this week's podcast: Why playing experience can be invaluable to coaches How Leigh moved into coaching in the Dutch top division from his playing career The rehab framework Leigh has been working on with Feyenoord's influential coaching team The biggest technical errors Leigh sees in football The influence of Frans Bosch on Leigh's training philosophy How to implement hip lock to improve sprinting and movement Coaching techniques that develop agility Leigh's templates and tips for developing acceleration The transfer of traditional strength training into sport Using aqua bags correctly and the common errors people make with them Leigh can be found on Twitter @LeighEgger
Hi #smartcommunity friends! In this episode of the Smart Community Podcast, I have an interesting conversation with Lior Steinberg. Lior is an urban planner currently based in Rotterdam and the co-founder of Humankind City, which is an agency for urban change helping cities, organisations, brands and other change makers tackle the most complex urban challenges. Lior tells us about his multidisciplinary background and how he came to be an urban planner, he talks about his love of technology and finding ways to make life better through technology before discussing the diverse backgrounds he sees in the world of urbanism.Lior then discusses what a Smart Community is to him and how the concept of a 'stupid city' helps him determine are the cities we live in ‘Smart Cities', before we talk about how some technology solutions are not always the most efficient and how more communities can incorporate different modes of transport. Lior then tells us about his company and some of the projects they have been working on, we discuss Lior's smart approach to implementing plans for his clients before discussing the need for communities to identify what is important to them, be able to measure that data and use technology to then improve those communities.We finish our chat discussing the emerging trends of micromobility and how more communities are adopting these modes of transport and the 5G network with more available sensors. As always we hope you enjoyed listening to this episode, as much as we enjoyed making it!
A half tonne of cocaine disguised as charcoal, which landed in Rotterdam, was seized at the port after an intelligence-led operation headed up by Irish gardai. The drugs, worth more than €30 million, were destined for the Irish market where a generation of young and educated cocaine users are directly funding violent drug cartels who are getting filthy rich and ever more powerful. So how does a half-tonne seizure affect the millionaire cocaine bosses and how can we ebb the tide of white powder flooding Europe? This week, I'm talking to Michael O'Sullivan, the former garda who is the chief executive of the Maritime Analysis and Operations Centre in Lisbon. He co-ordinates the efforts of seven countries: Spain, France, Ireland, Italy, Holland, Portugal and the UK in tackling maritime drug smuggling in Europe. He tells me how seizures of the ‘mother-load' can damage even the biggest organised crime gangs, how Colombian Cartels have power bases in Rotterdam and Amsterdam to bribe and intimidate port staff and how a young generation of Irish high-flyers are making narco terrorists rich beyond their wildest dreams.
In de dagelijkse podcast van FC Afkicken bespreken Wouter en Jaron op woensdag 21 juli onder meer de overwinning van de Oranje Leeuwinnen van vanmiddag, de exit van Jørgensen bij Feyenoord en het is vanavond D-day voor PSV!De Oranje Leeuwinnen verscheuren Zambia (00:00 - 10:54)Exit Jørgensen bij Feyenoord (10:54 - 16:16)Trauner op weg naar Rotterdam (16:16 - 21:14)De twee meningen over Justin Kluivert (21:14 - 27:08)Ontploffing in de catacomben na Boca Juniors - Atlético Mineiro (27:08 - 29:38)Voorbeschouwing PSV - Galatasaray (29:38 - 34:58)In de podcast verwijzen Wouter en Jaron naar:De slotfase bij Boca Juniors - Atlético MineiroZie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
A half tonne of cocaine disguised as charcoal which landed in Rotterdam was seized at the port after an intelligence-led operation headed up by Irish gardai. The drugs worth more than €30 million were destined for the Irish market where a generation of young and educated cocaine users are directly funding violent drug cartels who are getting filthy rich and ever more powerful. So how does a half tonne seizure affect the millionaire cocaine bosses and how can we ebb the tide of white powder flooding Europe. Today, I'm talking to Michael O'Sullivan, the former garda who is the chief executive of the Maritime Analysis and Operations Centre in Lisbon. There he co-ordinates the efforts of seven countries: Spain, France, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal and the UK in tackling maritime drug smuggling in Europe. He tells me how seizures of the ‘motherload' can damage even the biggest organised crime gangs, how Colombian Cartels have power bases in Rotterdam and Amsterdam to bribe and intimidate port staff and how a young generation of Irish high flyers are making narco terrorists rich beyond their wildest dreams.
This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak with the CEOs of two startups that are trying in very different ways to help the planet. First, we hear from Ethan Steinberg of Propagate Ventures to learn more about how his company helps promote agroforestry efforts across the country. Then, we travel to Rotterdam and talk with Michaël … Continue reading For-Profit, For Planet: Propagate Ventures + Parx Materials (re-broadcast) → This article and podcast For-Profit, For Planet: Propagate Ventures + Parx Materials (re-broadcast) appeared first on Sea Change Radio.
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Author, educator, and businessman Stedman Graham joins The Action Catalyst podcast, talking with Southwestern Family of Companies CEO Dustin Hillis about becoming a leader to yourself before you can lead others, creating a culture of learning within your daily life, a surprise friendship with Michael Jordan, spending time with Oprah and Nelson Mandela, and how love and humility is the key to all things. Stedman Graham is chairman and CEO of S. Graham & Associates. As a businessman, educator, and speaker, he presents, consults, and conducts training with corporations, educational entities, the military and veterans, non-profits, and the government. His identity message is grounded in the fact that the key to success is self-leadership capability. Graham has been writing books, speaking and delivering workshops, working with corporations, teaching in colleges and universities, working in community and, leading nonprofits, and speaking throughout the world for more than 30 years. His Identity Leadership book and programs are driven by his proprietary Nine Step Success Process is based on the philosophy that you cannot lead anyone else until you first lead yourself. As a veteran of the United States Army, he has proudly served our active military, veterans, and their families through programs at Fort Bragg, Fort Hood, Fort Bliss, Fort Jackson, NATO, the Military Child Education Coalition, and internationally at Landstuhl, Germany, and the US military community in Rotterdam, Holland. Graham holds a bachelor's degree in social work from Hardin-Simmons University, a master's degree in education from Ball State University, and an honorary doctorate in humanities from Coker College. Learn more at StedmanGraham.com. For continued listening, you can check out Stedman's previous appearance on episode 282 of The Action Catalyst by clicking here. The Action Catalyst is presented by the Southwestern Family of Companies. With each episode, the podcast features some of the nation's top thought leaders and experts, sharing meaningful tips and advice. Learn more at TheActionCatalyst.com, subscribe on iTunes or wherever you listen to podcasts, and be sure to leave a rating and review! LISTEN:
This QnA session is from the talk, Why is Capitalism the only moral system? delivered on January 8, 2017 in Rotterdam, Netherlands. See the talk at https://youtu.be/r_cEJr6b2BsAccording to popular opinion, altruism should guide our actions and behavior, while selfishness should be condemned as a vice. But what if altruism actually serves self-interest. And selfishness could benefit others as well? Ayn Rand regarded altruism as self-sacrifycing and detrimental to individual freedom and prosperity, with her philosophy of Objectivism. She made the case that Capitalism is the only moral system.Like what you hear? Like, share, and subscribe to stay updated on new videos and help promote the Yaron Brook Show: https://bit.ly/3ztPxTxBecome a sponsor to get exclusive access and help create more videos like this: https://bit.ly/2TCEqHcOr make a one-time donation: https://bit.ly/2RZOyJJContinue the discussion by following Yaron on Twitter (https://bit.ly/3iMGl6z) and Facebook (https://bit.ly/3vvWDDC )Want to learn more about Ayn Rand and Objectivism? Visit the Ayn Rand Institute: https://bit.ly/35qoEC3
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On this week's Greatest Games, Jonathan Wilson and Marcus Speller are joined by Brian Oliver to discuss the Euro 2000 semi-final between Italy and the Netherlands. Both nations had gotten the group stages and a quarter-final with little to worry about up to this fixture. The co-host, Netherlands, were spurred on by a 34th minute Gianluca Zambrotta red card and seemed destined to advance to the final of their own tournament. However, a triumphant display of Catenaccio values deployed by Dino Zoff's Nezzuri ensured Italy were headed for a meeting with the world champions in Rotterdam. About the panel: Jonathan Wilson founded The Blizzard in 2011 and is editor of the magazine. He's contributed to numerous publications including the Guardian and Sports Illustrated as well as having authored Behind the Curtain, Inverting the Pyramid, The Outsider, Angels with Dirty Faces and most recently The Names Heard Long Ago, among others. Marcus Speller is a host of the Football Ramble podcast as well as Answerable Questions with Questionable Answers. Marcus also regularly hosts our live Q&A events across the country alongside Jonathan. Brian Oliver is a sports journalist having covered many international tournaments, former sports editor of the Observer and author of The Commonwealth Games: Extraordinary Stories Behind The Medals. Subscribe to our quarterly magazine: https://www.theblizzard.co.uk/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/blzzrd Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blzzrd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theblizzard__/