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Dr. Doug Mader joins the podcast to discuss treatment of a wounded tortoise that won't come out of his shell. This 10 year-old Sulcata was attacked by a dog and needs care, but has pulled back tightly into his shell making treatment difficult. In this episode, we discuss tortoise sedation and analgesia, antibiotic therapy and feeding tube placement. LINKS: Dr. Mader's New Book: https://www.amazon.com/Vet-Noahs-Ark-Survival-Inner-City/dp/1954641044 Dr. Mader's Website: https://www.dougmader.com/ Dr. Mader's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/douglas.mader.9 NEW Dr. Andy Roark Exam Room Communication Tool Box Course: https://drandyroark.com/store/ What's on my Scrubs?! Card Game: https://drandyroark.com/training-tools/ Dr. Andy Roark Swag: drandyroark.com/shop All Links: linktr.ee/DrAndyRoark ABOUT OUR GUEST: Douglas R. Mader, MS, DVM, Diplomate ABVP (Canine/Feline), Diplomate, ABVP (Reptile/Amphibian), Diplomate, ECZM (Herpetology), Fellow, Royal Society of Medicine Dr. Mader received his DVM from the University of California, Davis in 1986. In addition, he completed a Residency in Primate and Zoo animal medicine. He is the consulting veterinarian for the Monroe County Sheriff's Zoo, the Key West Aquarium, Dynasty Marine, the Sea Turtle Hospital, the Everglades Alligator Farm and the Theater of the Sea. Previously Dr. Mader owned the Marathon Veterinary Hospital, a double AAHA accredited 24 hr emergency/referral hospital. Dr. Mader is an internationally acclaimed lecturer and is on the review boards of several scientific journals. He has published numerous articles in scientific and veterinary journals, national magazines, and, is the author/editor and co-editor of three textbooks on Reptile Medicine and Surgery. Dr. Mader's latest project is his new book “The Vet at Noah's Ark - Stories of Survival from an Inner-city Animal Hospital.”
Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose was a polymath: a physicist, biologist and early writer of science fiction. He pioneered the investigation of radio and microwave optics. He made significant contributions to plant science, designing ingenious devices to measure plant growth and responsiveness. He founded one of India's oldest and most distinguished research institutes. During his life he was honoured at home and in Britain he was knighted for his achievements and made a Fellow of the Royal Society. So why, outside India and his native Bangladesh, is J C Bose not better known? Bridget Kendall asks four historians of science: Bose's biographer Subrata Dasgupta from Lafayette in the United States where he is emeritus professor at the University of Louisiana; Christin Hoene who is assistant professor at Maastricht University in the Netherlands where one of her research interests is the cultural history of radio in colonial India; author, film-maker and historian of science Jahnavi Phalkey who is the Founding Director of Science Gallery in Bangalore, India; and James Poskett who is associate professor at the University of Warwick and author of Horizons: A Global History of Science. The reader is Madhav Vasantha. [Photo: Sir JC Bose, c.1920. Credit: Science & Society Picture Library/Getty Images]
Click the following link to apply for a $10,000 to $500,000 Clearer Thinking Regrant for your world-improving project!https://programs.clearerthinking.org/FTX_regranting_2022_application.htmlWhat are some surprising discoveries in the science of sex? What should we do when animals break human laws (e.g., when they commit manslaughter, steal, or even jaywalk)? Is a capacity for suffering the primary characteristic — or perhaps even the sole characteristic — that imbues an animal with moral status? How do science writers ensure faithful and accurate accounts of fields in which they may not be experts? Is there any evidence that humans could have psychic abilities like telepathy, telekinesis, etc.? People often err by being too credulous or too skeptical; so what level or shape of skepticism should be brought to bear on claims that are surprising, counterintuitive, or outlandish?Mary Roach is the author of the New York Times bestsellers STIFF, SPOOK, BONK, GULP, GRUNT, and PACKING FOR MARS. Her newest book FUZZ: When Nature Breaks the Law, debuted in September 2021. Mary has written for National Geographic, Wired, and The New York Times Magazine, among others, and her TED talk made the TED 20 Most Watched list. She has been a guest editor for Best American Science and Nature Writing, a finalist for the Royal Society's Winton Prize, and a winner of the American Engineering Societies' journalism award, in a category for which, let's be honest, she was the sole entrant. Find more about her at maryroach.net.
“How many people - youngsters going in to do exams, people going to do a public talk…- respond to these stressful situation with hyperventilation, respond with fast, harder breathing, with mouth breathing and with irregular breathing… what is that telling the brain? That it is under threat!”You could say our breathwork journey started 20 years ago when we began yoga, however we only really began to understand the vast and sheer importance of it in the last few years. When we first discover Patrick Mckeown and his work we knew we had to get him on the podcast! This episode is our second attempt at recording with Patrick, our unfortunately ended in technical issues… or was it unfortunate? What was originally planned to be a remote recording resulted in Patrick driving down to us, spending the afternoon with us, having lunch and recording in person. Thank you technology for not always working!Patrick McKeown is one of the world's leading experts on breathing and sleep.Over the last 20 years, he has coached thousands of people to breathe better, to improve their health, mental focus, and sports performance. He has authored bestselling books including Asthma Free Naturally, Close Your Mouth, The Oxygen Advantage and The Breathing Cure, and his research is published in journals including the Journal of Clinical Medicine. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Biology in the UK for his contribution to the fields of breathing and sleep medicine.Patrick is founder of Buteyko Clinic International, the largest Buteyko Breathing Clinic in the world. In 2014, he created his own science-backed breathwork training program, Oxygen Advantage®, which continues to develop in line with his clinical experience as a breathing coach, and with the latest scientific research. He has trained thousands of breathing instructors in both methods.We could have spoken for hours. Patrick's knowledge on breath is (pardon the pun)“breathtaking”! From his back story of overcoming asthma to his extensive knowledge on how breathing affects your anatomy, how you sleep, anxiety, stress, your health and so much more…A great episode! We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.Patrick has also kindly offered 50% off for anyone who uses the promo code HAPPYPEAR50 on either of his books:https://oxygenadvantage.com/atomic-focus/https://oxygenadvantage.com/the-breathing-cure/Lots of love,Dave and SteveTo find out more about Patrick and his work check out: https://buteykoclinic.com and www.oxygenadvantage.comProduced by Sara Fawsitt and Sean Cahill See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Paul Thagard, author of Balance: How It Works and What It Means. Paul Thagard is distinguished professor emeritus of philosophy at the University of Waterloo and a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, the Cognitive Science Society, and the Association for Psychological Science. His books include The Brain and the Meaning of Life (2010); Natural Philosophy: From Social Brains to Knowledge, Reality, Morality, and Beauty (2019); and Bots and Beasts: What Makes Machines, Animals, and People Smart? (2021). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Genevieve LeBaron is a new Professor and Director of the School of Public Policy at Simon Fraser University, and the Principle Investigator of the ReStructure Lab. In this episode, Am and Genevieve discuss her research work on forced labour and the global market forces which incentivize those practices. They also discuss the new role for public policy in solving real-world solutions as well as the unique context of the School of Public Policy at SFU and its broader impact. Full episode details: https://www.sfu.ca/vancity-office-community-engagement/below-the-radar-podcast/episodes/178-genevieve-lebaron.html Read the transcript: https://www.sfu.ca/vancity-office-community-engagement/below-the-radar-podcast/transcripts/178-genevieve-lebaron.html Resources: Meet Genevieve LeBaron, School of Public Policy's New Director: https://www.sfu.ca/mpp/news-events/news/welcome-genevieve-lebaron.html Genevieve LeBaron: https://www.genevievelebaron.com/about ReStructure Lab: https://www.restructurelab.org/ Confronting the Business Models of Modern Slavery: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1056492621994904 Hybrid (un)freedom in worker hostels in garment supply chains: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/00187267221081296 The Unequal Impacts of Covid-19 on Global Garment Supply Chains: http://speri.dept.shef.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/The-Unequal-Impacts-of-Covid-19-on-Global-Garment-Supply-Chains.pdf Bio: Genevieve LeBaron is a Professor and Director, School of Public Policy, at Simon Fraser University's Vancouver campus. Her award-winning research investigates the business of forced labour in global supply chains and the effectiveness of government, industry, and worker-led strategies to combat it. Her latest books are Combatting Modern Slavery: Why Labour Governance is Failing and What We Can Do About It (Polity Press, 2020, Winner of the Academy of Management SIM Division's Best Book Prize) and Fighting Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking: History and Contemporary Policy (Cambridge University Press, 2021, co-edited with David W. Blight and Jessica Pliley). She is the author of over forty academic journal articles and book chapters. LeBaron is Co-Principal Investigator of Re:Structure Lab, a research and policy Lab based across SFU School of Public Policy, Stanford and Yale Universities. Her research has attracted funding from several councils and foundations, including: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC); the UK's Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC); The British Academy; Ford Foundation; Leverhulme Trust; and Humanity United. LeBaron has was elected to the College of the Royal Society of Canada in 2020. Drawing from her research, LeBaron works closely with governments, United Nations agencies, global companies and others to build measures to prevent forced labour directly into their business models and supply chain relationships. She currently serves on the UK Parliament's Modern Slavery and the Supply Chain Advisory Committee. Cite this episode: Chicago Style Johal, Am. “Forced Labour, Modern Slavery and the Global Supply Chain — with Genevieve LeBaron” Below the Radar, SFU's Vancity Office of Community Engagement. Podcast audio, June 28, 2022. https://www.sfu.ca/vancity-office-community-engagement/below-the-radar-podcast/episodes/178-genevieve-lebaron.html.
Subscribe to Quotomania on Simplecast or search for Quotomania on your favorite podcast app!Sir Isaac Newton, (born Jan. 4, 1643, Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire, Eng.—died March 31, 1727, London), was an English physicist and mathematician. The son of a yeoman, he was raised by his grandmother. He was educated at Cambridge University (1661–65), where he discovered the work of René Descartes. His experiments passing sunlight through a prism led to the discovery of the heterogeneous, corpuscular nature of white light and laid the foundation of physical optics. He built the first reflecting telescope in 1668 and became a professor of mathematics at Cambridge in 1669. He worked out the fundamentals of calculus, though this work went unpublished for more than 30 years. His most famous publication, Principia Mathematica (1687), grew out of correspondence with Edmond Halley. Describing his works on the laws of motion (see Newton's laws of motion), orbital dynamics, tidal theory, and the theory of universal gravitation, it is regarded as the seminal work of modern science. He was elected president of the Royal Society of London in 1703 and became the first scientist ever to be knighted in 1705. During his career he engaged in heated arguments with several of his colleagues, including Robert Hooke (over authorship of the inverse square relation of gravitation) and G.W. Leibniz (over the authorship of calculus). The battle with Leibniz dominated the last 25 years of his life; it is now well established that Newton developed calculus first, but that Leibniz was the first to publish on the subject. Newton is regarded as one of the greatest scientists of all time.From https://www.britannica.com/summary/Isaac-Newton. For more information about Isaac Newton:“Isaac Newton”: https://education.nationalgeographic.org/resource/isaac-newton-who-he-was-why-apples-are-falling“The Truth About Isaac Newton's Productive Plague”: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/cultural-comment/the-truth-about-isaac-newtons-productive-plague“Isaac Newton”: https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/newton/
An English actor and voice artist, born and raised in Wiltshire, UK. Sartaj began as theatre actor in Shakespeare and contemporary productions. Performed in Scott Rudin's 2015 production of "Behind The Beautiful Forevers" at National Theatre. Other theatre credits include Royal Court, Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester and Bush Theatre in UK. Has worked with Sean Connery, Andrew Garfield, Archie Panjabi, Sheridan Smith, Omid Djalili. Hollywood debut in League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Has also appeared in Indian feature films Tezz and Desi Boyz. Best known for playing Jasper Choudhury in Season 2 of Nickelodeon's hit teen drama "House Of Anubis." Holds Finance degree, is a qualified mediator and an experienced martial artist.Sartaj Garewal is best known in the US for playing "Jasper Choudhury" in hit teen gothic drama House Of Anubis for Nickelodeon.He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts - FRSA.Founded high performance leadership development consultancy, Dynamic Presenting Ltd.He runs Dynamic Presenting Ltd, a leadership consultancy, which adapts improvisation and rehearsal exercises to create experiential learning for business executives.Support the show
In this podcast, our host Tate Chamberlin is joined by Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi, Cindy Chin, and Elyse Klaidman in a discussion examining the good, the bad, and the ugly of our current education systems and innovative approaches to STEAM explorations, both in and out of school. Dr. Oluseyi is a renowned astrophysicist, STEM educator, author, and inventor. Royal Society of Arts Fellow Cindy Chin is a NASA datanaut and the co-founder of CLIPr, a revolutionary development that “uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to create searchable recorded meeting recaps and actionable insights to drive desired outcomes in a fraction of the time.” And, artist and educator Elyse Klaidman is the CEO and co-founder of X in a Box, an online platform that partners with innovative companies to develop “world-class lessons that connect the classroom to the real world.”
Ashton Applewhite is the author of This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism and a leading spokesperson against discrimination on the basis of age. Ashton has been recognized by The New York Times, National Public Radio, the New Yorker and the American Society on Aging as an expert on ageism. She has written for Harper's, the Guardian and The New York Times. She has been named as a Fellow by the Knight Foundation, The New York Times, Yale Law School, and the Royal Society for the Arts. As someone who is fast approaching middle-age (if I live to 120), I totally enjoyed this chat with Ashton. She explains ageism (and many other ‘isms') in such an interesting, funny and provocative way, that she is undeniable. Her messages are powerful and insightful and I loved her energy and attitude. Enjoy. thischairrocks.com oldschool.info @thischairrocks See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this midsummer edition we continue the theme of nature writing . We feature Walking on Skylark Ridge by artist and writer David Suff. The book charts David's daily walk along the same route for a year beginning at the start of the UK's first national lockdown in which we were restricted to an hour of outdoor exercise per day. It discovers the changes in the nature along the route as the seasons change and explores the meaning of community as David shared his weekly updates in paintings and emails to his friends and followers locked down around the world Thank you for listening to Walking on Skylark Ridge from The Alternative Stories and Fake Realities Podcast. The presenter is Chris Gregory and the readers are Chris Gregory, Marie-Claire Wood and Tiffany Clare.Sound design and editing is by Chris Gregory You can buy a copy of Walking on Skylark Ridge, the book directly from David's website and www.davidsuff.com where you'll be able to see more pictures and read a bit more about it. Visit David's Instagram page to see more of his art here https://www.instagram.com/suffdavid/ The music in this podcast is “The January Man” written by Dave Goulder and performed by Lau and Karine Polwart. Vocals and guitar by Karine Polwart and Kris Drever Martin Green played Accordion and Wurlitzer Aidan O'Rourke played Fiddle We are grateful to Mark Whyles and Tom Rose for their permission to use the track which you can find on the Evergreen EP by Kau Vs Karine Polwart You also heard “Searching For Lambs” by Andrew Cronshaw which featured Andrew Cronshaw playing maronvantele and zitherRecorded at home, May 2022Courtesy of Cloud Valley Music / David SuffYou can find out more about the musicians you heard in this podcast by visiting their websites Lau https://www.lau-music.co.ukKarine Polwart https://www.karinepolwart.com/Andrew Cronshaw http://cloudvalley.com/andrewcronshawhome.htm And to find out more about the work of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds visit their homepage here https://www.rspb.org.uk/ If this is your first time listening to the Alternative Stories podcast please consider subscribing in your favourite podcast app to have all our future editions delivered directly to your feed the moment they are released. You'll also have access to our archive of over 120 past editions. Walking on Skylark Ridge is an Alternative Stories 2022 production for the Alternative Stories and Fake Realities podcast. Support the show
Why are non-African monkeypox cases causing concern? Also, the first complete human genome from a Pompeiian cadaver, and how YouTube is aiding animal behaviourists. As cases of monkeypox appear strangely dispersed around Europe and elsewhere in the world outside of Africa, BBC health and science correspondent James Gallagher outlines to Vic the symptoms and some of the mysterious elements of this outbreak. In Pompeii, scientists have for the first time managed to sequence the whole genome of an individual killed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79AD. Serena Viva of the University of Salento describes the site of two individual's tragic demise all that time ago, one female aged around 50 years, and a younger male, both leaning on a couch in a dining room. Geneticist Gabriele Scorrano describes how the ancient DNA (aDNA) was preserved and extracted, and how the male individual's genome was so well preserved it could be sequenced in full. As they suggest this week in Nature, there weren't too many surprises in what they found, but the ability to do this sort of science opens up a new era of Pompeiian archaeological treasure. Faced with covid lockdowns and unable to observe in the wild, elephant conservationists Nachiketha Sharma and Sanjeeta Sharma Pocharel decided to see if videos uploaded to YouTube could enlighten science on rare behaviours of Asian elephants. African Elephants are known to have a strange fascination, even respect, for the death of other elephant individuals, especially those near to their families such as calves and parents. Asian elephants' thanatological (death related) behaviour is less well observed however. But the researchers turned to videos of strange grieving-like behaviour to begin a catalogue of the different reactions such as carrying dead calves, standing guard, or vocalizing. They dedicate their work, published by the Royal Society, to the elephants involved. This sort of research, using video observations captured and shared by members of the public are proving rather useful to zoologists and animal behaviourists. Ximena Nelson of the University of Canterbury in New Zealand was one of the first scientists to suggest the usefulness of trawling the internet for odd video of animals and explains a bit more to Vic. Presented by Victoria Gill Produced by Alex Mansfield
For more details, visit the #DrGPCR Podcast Episode #79 page http://www.drgpcr.com/episode-79-with-graeme-milligan/ ------------------------------------------- About Dr. Graeme Milligan Professor Graeme Milligan is Gardiner Professor of Biochemistry, Dean of Research, and Deputy Head of the College of Medical, Veterinary, and Life Sciences at the University of Glasgow. His main research group centers on the function, structure, and regulation of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) and their interacting proteins. His experience also includes translating knowledge generated into the selection of targets, screening, and identification of small molecule regulators of these proteins, and progressing such ligands in drug development programs. Prof. Milligan has published more than 550 peer-reviewed articles and his research has been cited more than 35,000 times. He was elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 1998 and to the Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences in 2016. Prof. Milligan is the co-founder of both Caldan Therapeutics (2015) which discovers novel therapeutics for metabolic diseases including Type 2 Diabetes and other indications including non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) and inflammatory diseases and Keltic Pharma Therapeutics (2020) which is developing new treatments for malaria. Dr. Graeme Milligan on the web University of Glasgow ResearchGate PubMed Orcid Google Scholar LinkedIn ------------------------------------------- Become a #DrGPCR Ecosystem Member ------------------------------------------- Imagine a world in which the vast majority of us are healthy. The #DrGPCR Ecosystem is all about dynamic interactions between us who are working towards exploiting the druggability of #GPCR's. We aspire to provide opportunities to connect, share, form trusting partnerships, grow, and thrive together. To build our #GPCR Ecosystem, we created various enabling outlets. Individuals Organizations ------------------------------------------- Are you a #GPCR professional? Subscribe to #DrGPCR Monthly Newsletter Listen and subscribe to #DrGPCR Podcasts Listen and watch GPCR focused scientific talks at #VirtualCafe
Sophie Milliken is the founder of Moja Group Limited, dedicated to boosting business owners' profiles, helping them become more visible and heard within their industry. Sophie has been a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development since 2013 and was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal Society of Arts in 2019. Her first book, From Learner To Earner, was published in August 2019, becoming a best seller in October. Sophie's best-selling second book, The Ambition Accelerator, was published in February 2021 and includes advice from Dragons' Den star Sara Davies MBE and The Apprentice's Linda Plant. A podcast accompanies The Ambition Accelerator and includes interviews with the women included in the book. A multi-award-winning businesswoman, author, and proud mum, Sophie enjoys supporting her home region of North East England. Sophie supports Northern Power Women and is co-founder of City Ladies Networking. She is Chair of Smart Works Newcastle and has achieved tremendous success delivering the aim of doubling the number of unemployed women supported with interview clothing and coaching across the northeast and securing Sara Davies MBE as the charity's ambassador. In June 2021, Sophie became a Founding Ambassador for Every Child Needs a Mentor. KEY TAKEAWAYS We all know that success starts at home but for a company to be successful it needs more than just domestic sales. To gain international exposure and enter new markets with ease, you need to increase your international presence so people everywhere can purchase what products/services are offered through them. BEST MOMENTS “What made my last business really successful was the relationships that we had with clients and putting them first putting them at the heart of things, and also doing the same with the team as well.” “And it was at a point in time where we were winning all these awards for the business and doing really, really well. And people were like, Oh, you've done so well, you're so successful. And I wanted to say, that doesn't happen overnight. There's a lot that goes into that. And there are a lot of things that you don't see under the surface of things that are happening, and I'm sure you'll be able to relate to this. And it was really important to kind of show the warts and all side of things.” “I think when you're involved in charity boards, in particular, and non-executive boards as well, you meet people that challenge your thinking, you meet people that are experts in other industries and other areas. And that brings so much richness to your own business and your bread. So I think that's really important. I think people should take opportunities to go and speak at events.” “There's some business sense there just around the numbers side of things and looking after your customers and extending the value and the contract size that you have with them. But I think if you do a great job for someone, not only is it just more fun and enjoyable, because they're having a great experience, and you'll have more fun doing it.” ABOUT THE HOST Levent Yildizgoren, the author of 'Good Business in any Language', is an award-winning entrepreneur, localisation professional, and a PRINCE2 qualified project manager. CONTACT METHOD Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/leventyildizgoren/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/yildizgoren IG: https://www.instagram.com/levent.yildizgoren/ ABOUT THE GUEST Sophie Milliken is the founder of Moja Group Limited, dedicated to boosting business owners' profiles, helping them become more visible and heard within their industry. She is the author of From Learner to Earner and The Ambition Accelerator. CONTACT METHOD Moja company website: https://thisismoja.com/ Sophie's TEDx Talk: The truth behind The Showreel https://youtu.be/woZ_d3WTtR4 LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/sophie-milliken Twitter: @Moja_Sophie Instagram: @Moja_Sophie Facebook: @MojaSophie VALUABLE RESOURCES Do you have any questions about translation, localization, or international growth? Visit TTC website: https://ttcwetranslate.com/ Are you curious about how ready you are to go global? Take TTC wetranslate's Scorecard: https://global.scoreapp.com/ Take your business global with the 5-step LINGO modal! Purchase 'Good Business in any Language' on Amazon now: https://cutt.ly/2ORR
This week Clemmie talks luck and serendipity with Dr Christian Busch, who is the bestselling author of Connect the Dots: The Art & Science of Creating Good Luck, and an internationally known expert in the areas of innovation, purpose-driven leadership, and serendipity. Clemmie and Christian explore how we can make our own luck, how embracing the unexpected can lead to a more fulfilling life, and how there might actually be science behind serendipity. Christian is the director of the CGA Global Economy Program at New York University (NYU), and also teaches at the London School of Economics (LSE). His work has been featured by outlets such as the Strategic Management Journal, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, The Guardian, Washington Post, and the BBC. He is a regular speaker at conferences such as the World Economic Forum, TEDx, and Financial Times Summit, and is a member of the World Economic Forum's (WEF) Expert Forum, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and on the Thinkers50 Radar list of the 30 thinkers "most likely to shape the future." Find him on Twitter: @ChrisSerendip. And you can also find Clemmie on Instragram @Clemmie_Telford. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode my guest, Marisa Peer is sharing her story, and mission to spread the message that there are simple, rapid, and effective techniques everyone can use that can truly change your life. Talking Points: How did you discover your life's purpose by training as a hypnotherapist and psychotherapist? What is the most unique thing about Rapid Transformational Therapy that sets it apart from other types of therapy? What is the most important lesson that you teach in your latest book, “Tell Yourself a Better Lie”? We all experience challenges that put us down daily, how can we feel excited about the future in such challenging situations? What role does telling positive things to ourselves has in uplifting our spirits? How can we discover self-love? How can we overcome our guilt and shame? How can we unlock our ultimate self-confidence? Could you share some tips to overcome negative thinking? Guest Marisa Peer @marisapeertherapy is the founder and creator of Rapid Transformational Therapy® (RTT® )-a new and exciting, multi-award-winning therapy. Marisa has spent over three decades treating a client list that includes international superstars,CEOs, Royalty, and Olympic athletes. Marisa has been seen on many high-profile US and UK television networks, Marisa is also an acknowledged and inspirational speaker-from TEDx and Condé Nast to the Royal Society of Medicine. RTT® now trains thousands of therapists each year, creating a ripple effect of transformation worldwide. Marisa has also dedicated her time to developing powerful self-hypnosis programs designed to release common blocks people face in every area of their life, from self-confidence, weight, relationships, finances, and much more. Her latest program, Dietless Life, is perhaps her the most exciting yet. Dietless Life helps you powerfully update how you think about food and weight loss for good and is supported by a free information group. A best-selling author of five books, you may also know her from starting the / Am Enough movement. Host Olyasha Novozhylova - NotBasicBlonde @notbasicblonde_ NotBasicBlonde Podcast - @nbbpodcast Olyasha Novozhylova is the CEO and Founder of NotBasicBlonde brand, dedicated to inspiring young women to create an extraordinary style and embrace their individuality. Model, Blogger, Entrepreneur, Author, AmazonLive Fashion Host, Fashion Editor, and Celebrity Podcast Host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast. As the Founder and Host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast with over 4M downloads and celebrity guests, where no topic is off limits, Olyasha provides millennials an ultimate guide on entrepreneurship, dating, marketing, self-development, astrology, spirituality, fashion, coaching, beauty,health&wellness. Graduated from Georgia State University with a BBA in Managerial Sciences, Olyasha successfully built a career in IT/Project Management, before she became a full time entrepreneur. Author of the children's bookCutie the Unicorn – It's ok to be different, Olyasha teaches our younger generation how to express their individuality. Olyasha has led an impressive 15-year career in fashion and runway in US and overseas, as well as enjoying several acting roles. Olyasha has partnered with over 100 nationwide brands such as Cartier, Revolve, PrettyLittleThing, PGA, Steve Madden, Too Faced, Vital Proteins, Tarte, DryBar, Drunk Elephant, etc.
Clint Arthur is the provocative, truth-telling author of 21 Best selling books, including "Celebrity Entrepreneurship," "Break Through Your Upper Limits on TV," and his Pulitzer Prize nominated life's-work masterpiece, "Wisdom Of The Men.” As a speaker, Clint has shared the stage with Martha Stewart, Dr Oz, Suzanne Somers, Caitlyn Jenner, IceT, and five presidents of the United States at Harvard, Cambridge, Oxford, London Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, Mercedes, Porsche, Coca Cola, Microsoft, the Royal Society of Medicine, and AT&T. He lives in New York City, Los Angeles, and Acapulco with his wife Ali, and Nova, their Billion Peso Puppy. To learn more about Clint, check out the following links: Clint's Website and Books: https://www.clintarthur.tv Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ClintArthur Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/clintarthur.tv/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/clintarthur/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/clintarthur
In this episode Gary Mansfield speaks to Lise Bouissière (@lisebouissiere) Lise Bouissière is a Franco-British artist. She graduated from Central Saint Martins School (London) and Villa Arson (Nice, France). Bouissière is a Royal Society of Sculptors member. Over the past ten years, she has shown in solo and group shows across the United Kingdom and Italy, including at The Royal Society of Sculptors (2021), Aora Space (2021), Koppel Exchange Project (2020 and 2021), The Crypt Gallery (2021), Gerald Moore Gallery (2020), The Smallest Gallery in Soho (2019), Villa Arson (2014), Palais de Tokyo (2016). Bouissière also took part in Venice land Biennale (2019) and Monaco's music festival (2011). Bouissiere's practice focuses on the optimisation of space and the use of materials. Through a distinct construction of ideas, found materials are played with to create minimalist and honest compositions. Bouissière's structures reveal a memory, a current state or a hidden side of a place with the elements that surround it. In many cases, the place Bouissière constructs her art is transformed like a mental space, offering the viewer a large panel of interpretations. Lise Bouissière lives and works in London. Kensington + Chelsea Art Week (KCAW) is delighted to present its fifth annual Public Art Trail. West London will be brought to life with vibrant and immersive public art, free for all to enjoy for the duration of the summer.Opening on 18 June, the Public Art Trail will feature world-class sculpture, installations and exhibits throughout the borough. Presented across nine zones, the Art Trail will take up residence at some of West London's most beautiful and iconic sites, including Napoleon Garden in Holland Park, Sloane Street, Duke of York Square, Royal Avenue, Pavilion Road, Earl's Court, Notting Hill Gate, Kensington Memorial Park, Brompton Cemetery Chapel, and High Street Kensington. For more information on the Kensington + Chelsea Art Week go tohttps:// www.kcaw.co.uk | @kcawlondon To Support this podcast from as little as £3 per month: www.patreon/ministryofarts For full line up of confirmed artists go to https://www.ministryofarts.orgEmail: email@example.comSocial Media: @ministryofartsorg See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's episode host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C speaks to Donna Jackson Nakazawa about her forthcoming book, The Angel and The Assassin: The Tiny Brain Cell That Changed the Course of Medicine. Donna Jackson Nakazawa is an award-winning journalist and internationally-recognized speaker whose work explores the intersection of neuroscience, immunology, and human emotion. Her mission is to translate emerging science in ways that help those with chronic conditions find healing. She is the author of six books, including her most recent book, The Angel and The Assassin: The Tiny Brain Cell That Changed the Course of Medicine (Random House/Ballantine, January 2020), which illuminates the newly-understood role of microglia – an elusive type of brain cell capable of Jekyll and Hyde behavior. When triggered, microglia can morph into destroyers and take down synapses, causing depression, anxiety, and Alzheimer's. But under the right circumstances, they can be angelic healers, repairing the brain in ways that can help alleviate symptoms and prevent disease. Hailed as “riveting,” “stunning,” and “visionary,” The Angel and the Assassin elucidates the biological basis behind the mind-body connection and offers us a radically reconceived picture of human health. Donna's other books include Childhood Disrupted: How Your Biography Becomes Your Biology, and How You Can Heal (Atria / Simon & Schuster, 2015), The Last Best Cure (Hudson Street Press / Penguin, 2013), The Autoimmune Epidemic (Touchstone / Simon & Schuster, 2009), and Does Anybody Else Look Like Me? A Parent's Guide to Raising Multicultural Children (Perseus, 2003). Her writing has been published in The Washington Post, Health Affairs, Aeon, More, Parenting, AARP Magazine, Glamour, and elsewhere. She blogs for Psychology Today and HuffPost. In addition to her work as a science journalist, Donna has been a keynote speaker at numerous universities, conferences and hospitals. Her keynote lectures include the 2019 Care Plus Annual Conference, 2018 Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care Conference, 2018 Golisano Children's Hospital Annual Pediatric Conference, 2017 Royal Society of Medicine SIRPA Conference on Chronic Pain and Emotion, 2017 Learning and the Brain Conference, 2016 Johns Hopkins Conference on Trauma-Informed Healing, and the 2012 International Congress on Autoimmunity. She has appeared on The Today Show, National Public Radio, NBC News, and ABC News. Resources Learn more about Donna Jackson Nakazawa here: https://donnajacksonnakazawa.com Thank you to TherapyNotes for sponsoring this week's episode! TherapyNotes makes billing, scheduling, notetaking, and telehealth incredibly easy. And now, for all you prescribers out there, TherapyNotes is proudly introducing E-prescribe! Find out what more than 100,000 mental health professionals already know, and try TherapyNotes for 2 months, absolutely free. Try it today with no strings attached, and see why everyone is switching to TherapyNotes. Now featuring E-prescribe. Use promo code "chat" at www.therapynotes.com to receive 2 FREE months of TherapyNotes! This episode is also sponsored by Trauma Therapist Network. Learn about trauma, connect with resources and find a trauma therapist near you at www.traumatherapistnetwork.com. We believe that trauma is real, healing is possible and help is available. Therapists, registration opens in July for Trauma Therapist Network membership. Join a compassionate and skilled group of trauma therapists for weekly calls focused on Self Care, Case Consultation, Q&A and Training. Get on the waiting list now to be the first to know when registration opens! Sign up here: https://traumatherapistnetwork.com/wait-list/ Podcast produced by Pete Bailey - https://petebailey.net/audio
Anne Sexton was born Anne Gray Harvey in Newton, Massachusetts, on November 9, 1928. She attended boarding school at Rogers Hall Lowell, Massachusetts, where she first started writing poetry. She attended Garland Junior College for one year and married Alfred Muller Sexton II at age nineteen. Sexton and her husband spent time in San Francisco before moving back to Massachusetts for the birth of their first daughter, Linda Gray Sexton, in 1953.After her second daughter was born in 1955, Sexton was encouraged by her doctor to pursue an interest in poetry that she had developed in high school. In the fall of 1957, she joined writing groups in Boston that introduced her to many writers such as Maxine Kumin, Robert Lowell, and Sylvia Plath. She published her first two books, To Bedlam and Part Way Back (1960) and All My Pretty Ones (1962), with Houghton Mifflin.In 1965, Sexton was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in London. She then went on to win the 1967 Pulitzer Prize in poetry for her third collection, Live or Die(Houghton Mifflin, 1966). In total, Sexton published nine volumes of poetry during her lifetime, including Love Poems (Houghton Mifflin, 1969), The Book of Folly (Houghton Mifflin, 1973) and The Awful Rowing Toward God (Houghton Mifflin, 9175). She also authored several children's books with Maxine Kumin.Sexton received several major literary prizes including a Guggenheim Fellowship, the 1967 Shelley Memorial Prize, the 1962 Levinson Prize, and the Frost Fellowship to the Bread Loaf Writers Conference. She taught at Boston University and Colgate University, and died on October 4, 1974, in Weston, Massachusetts. Her papers are collected and housed at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin.From https://poets.org/poet/anne-sexton. For more information about Anne Sexton:“Anne Sexton”: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/anne-sexton“The Truth the Dead Know”: https://poets.org/poem/truth-dead-knowThe Complete Poems: Anne Sexton: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-complete-poems-anne-sexton/1111827107
First Light Switching on Stars at the Dawn of Time by Emma Chapman tells the story of the first stars, hundreds of times the size of the Sun and a million times brighter, that seeded the Universe with the heavy elements that we are made of and tells us how these stars formed, why they were so unusual, and what they can teach us about the Universe today. Emma Chapman a Royal Society research fellow and fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, based at Imperial College London incorporates the very latest research into this branch of astrophysics, this booksheds light on a time of darkness, telling the story of stars, hundreds of times the size of the Sun and a million times brighter, lonely giants that lived fast and died young in powerful explosions that seeded the Universe with the heavy elements that we are made of. Join us when Emma Chapman tells us how these stars formed, why they were so unusual, and what they can teach us about the Universe today, on this installment of Leonard Lopate at Large.
We've all met those folks who seem to have horseshoes inserted in their rectums. Things just seem to work out for them. Do the Gods favor them, or could there be a science of luck? There's a reasonable assumption that talent, skill, mental toughness, hard work, tenacity, optimism, growth mindset, and emotional intelligence determine how we distribute resources. We tend to give resources to those who have a history of success and often ignore those who have been unsuccessful, assuming that the most successful are also the most competent. But is this assumption correct? In recent years, several studies and books, including those by risk analyst, Nassim Taleb, have suggested that luck and opportunity may play a far more significant role than we ever realized. Even if you don't believe in luck, you undoubtedly have had moments that seemed to have certain serendipity. I'm curious, have you ever considered that you may be able to manufacture that serendipity? Our guest for the next two episodes is Dr. Christian Busch. Christian is one of the world's leading experts in innovation, purpose-driven leadership, and serendipity. He is the bestselling author of The Serendipity Mindset: The Art & Science of Creating Good Luck. Christian Busch also teaches at the London School of Economics (LSE), is a co-founder of Leaders on Purpose and the Sandbox Network, and is a former director of LSE's Innovation Lab. His work is featured by outlets such as the Strategic Management Journal, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, The Guardian, Washington Post, and the BBC. Christian is a member of the World Economic Forum's (WEF) Expert Forum, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a multi-TEDx speaker, and on the Thinkers50 Radar list of the 30 thinkers "most likely to shape the future." Website http://www.theserendipitymindset.com Social Media https://www.facebook.com/SerendipityMindset https://twitter.com/ChrisLSE https://www.linkedin.com/in/christianwbusch Part 2) Serendipity and The Transfer of Trust It's Not Fair, Now What Dying from COVID, a Love Story The Trust Transfer Strategy How to Deal with The Fear of Rejection Leveraging Regret The Famous Lucky Experiment (how to become lucky) "What if This is Not for That?" Serendipity in Action! Why Secret introverts can Have Great "Luck" The Search for Meaning . . Curious to discover how tapping into the Anatomy of Meaning can #actualize your #business, #culture, #Leadership and #tribe DovBaron.com "Those Who Control Meaning for The Tribe, Also Control The Movement of That Tribe" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Understanding James Joyce's eye troubles gives you a different way of reading his book Ulysses. That's the contention of Cleo Hanaway-Oakley, who shares her research with presenter Shahidha Bari. Emma West has delved into the history of the Arts League of Service travelling theatre, who went about in a battered old van performing plays, songs, ballets and 'absurdities' to audiences from Braintree to Blantyre. And we look at the Royal Society of Literature's annual Dalloway Day discussion of Virginia Woolf's novel Mrs Dalloway, first published in 1925, with Merve Emre. Merve Emre is Associate Professor of English at the University of Oxford, and editor of the annotated Mrs Dalloway. Cleo Hanaway-Oakley is Lecturer in Liberal Arts and English at the University of Bristol and author of James Joyce and the Phenomenology of Film. Emma West is British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of English Literature at the University of Birmingham. Producer: Torquil MacLeod Find out more about Dalloway Day 2022 on the Royal Society of Literature website. The Bloomsday festival runs from June 11th to 16th You can find a collection of programmes exploring ideas about modernism on the Free Thinking website
Welcome back to Series 3 of Good Influence!This is the podcast where each week we'll meet a guest who'll help us pay attention to something we should know about, but maybe don't. This episode features discussion of suicidal thoughts and behaviours. Please listen with care and put your mental health first.Information for if you are feeling suicidalClick here for a list of International Suicide HotlinesInformation for people bereaved by suicideInformation for anyone worried about a loved one This week we're talking about suicide and prevention, why we should face our fear of talking about suicide, how researchers seek to widen our understanding and how we can look to prevent suicide deaths.Rory O'Connor is a highly experienced and respected voice in the field of suicide research. He's a Professor of Health Psychology, Director of the Suicidal Behavior Research Lab at the University of Glasgow and Head of the Mental Health and Wellbeing Group there. He's a President of the International Association for Suicide Prevention, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh and sits on the Science Council for the charity MQ Mental Health Research, as well as many, many other accolades.If you want to learn more, here's where to find Rory and his recommendations: Website: suicideresearch.infoTwitter: @suicideresearchSomething to read: When It Is Darkest - Rory O'ConnorSomething to watch: BBC's Life After SuicideSomething to listen to: Beth Rowley - Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground Get involved and join in the conversation:Follow @gemmastyles @goodinfluencegs and send in your messages and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We've all met those folks who seem to have horseshoes inserted in their rectums. Things just seem to work out for them. Do the Gods favor them, or could there be a science of luck? There's a reasonable assumption that talent, skill, mental toughness, hard work, tenacity, optimism, growth mindset, and emotional intelligence determine how we distribute resources. We tend to give resources to those who have a history of success and often ignore those who have been unsuccessful, assuming that the most successful are also the most competent. But is this assumption correct? In recent years, several studies and books, including those by risk analyst, Nassim Taleb, have suggested that luck and opportunity may play a far more significant role than we ever realized. Even if you don't believe in luck, you undoubtedly have had moments that seemed to have certain serendipity. I'm curious, have you ever considered that you may be able to manufacture that serendipity? Our guest for the next two episodes is Dr. Christian Busch. Christian is one of the world's leading experts in innovation, purpose-driven leadership, and serendipity. He is the bestselling author of The Serendipity Mindset: The Art & Science of Creating Good Luck. Christian Busch also teaches at the London School of Economics (LSE), is a co-founder of Leaders on Purpose and the Sandbox Network, and is a former director of LSE's Innovation Lab. His work is featured by outlets such as the Strategic Management Journal, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, The Guardian, Washington Post, and the BBC. Christian is a member of the World Economic Forum's (WEF) Expert Forum, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a multi-TEDx speaker, and on the Thinkers50 Radar list of the 30 thinkers "most likely to shape the future." Website http://www.theserendipitymindset.com Social Media https://www.facebook.com/SerendipityMindset https://twitter.com/ChrisLSE https://www.linkedin.com/in/christianwbusch Part 1) The Hook Strategy for Meaningful Accidents Why "It's not our/my fault" is killing your luck How one company massively grew business because of a complaint What is Smart Luck? Is there such a thing as Meaningful Accidents Either, or, Annnnnd How to apply the Hook Strategy Can Curiosity Create Luck A Strange Strategy for Dealing with Anxiety Near-Death and Serendipity . . Curious to discover how tapping into the Anatomy of Meaning can #actualize your #business, #culture, #Leadership and #tribe DovBaron.com "Those Who Control Meaning for The Tribe, Also Control The Movement of That Tribe" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Through the Microscopes of Antoni van Leeuwenhoek by Dr. Barbara ten BrinkDr. Barbara ten Brink presents us with another young-adult novel about the history of a scientist told through the fictional accounts of a young heroine who together, they discover the science.We know the history of Antoni van Leeuwenhoek'slife and work through his notebooks, publications, letters, and the books published by the Royal Society of London.We know the history of the author's family ten Brink through the frescos, stained glass windows, sculptures, books, and museum in Mettingen, Germany.Through the Microscopes of Antoni van Leeuwenhoekis a work of fiction. Dr. ten Brink weaves a story of our hero, Antoni van Leeuwenhoek, and his use of the microscope, from 1671 until his death in 1723, with the history of the ten Brink linen export shipping company, from 1700 until 2010. Our fictional heroine, Helena, connects the reader to the history of the invention of the microscope for the purpose of examining fabrics and the history of both Antoni van Leeuwenhoek and the Family ten Brink being fabric merchants. Dr. ten Brink uses Helena to build a fictional story to entertain her readers.Dr. Barbara ten Brink is a prolific author having published 24 books in three years in six genres including young-adult novels, Haiku, epic poems, compilation of short stories, treatises, children's books.https://www.amazon.com/Through-Microscopes-Antoni-van-Leeuwenhoek/dp/B09QNYN345/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2MQ9DR0ZXJ1P4&keywords=through+the+microscopes+of+antoni+van+leeuwenhoek&qid=1654396729&sprefix=%2Caps%2C69&sr=8-1https://www.authorbarbaratenbrink.com/http://www.bluefunkbroadcasting.com/root/twia/6922msb.mp3
Wormwood - the basis of absinthe - has been valued medicinally since ancient times. However, the development of absinthe several hundred years ago created a drink which turbocharged the creativity of geniuses as diverse as Toulouse Lautrec, Oscar Wilde, Ernest Hemingway and Pablo Picasso. This episode details that story. Sources: Adams, Jennifer, et al. Philip Collier's Mixing New Orleans: Cocktails and Legends. Philbeau, 2007. Baker, Phil. The Book of Absinthe. Grove Press. 2001. Conrad, Barnaby. Absinthe: History in a Bottle. Chronicle Books, 1997. Crowley, Aleister. Absinthe, the Green Goddess. Contra/Thought, 1995. Hemingway, Ernest. For Whom the Bell Tolls. Scribner, 2020. Hepworth, David. Uncommon People: The Rise and Fall of the Rock Stars. Black Swann, 2018. Mann, J. Turn on and Tune in: Psychedelics, Narcotics and Euphoriants. Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019. Wittels, Betina J., and T. A. Breaux. Absinthe: The Exquisite Elixir. Fulcrum Publishing, 2017. Wondrich, David, and Noah Rothbaum. The Oxford Companion to Spirits and Cocktails. Oxford University Press, 2022.
Henry Timms has discovered a new form of power based on mobilizing participation in our hyperconnected world. He joins us to talk about how leaders can harness this power to effect far greater success, which is the subject of his book New Power, co-authored by Jeremy Heimans. We'll also talk with Henry about an entirely different kind of power—that of the arts and its critical role in society today—through his role as President and CEO of New York City's Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. And we'll get the backstory on Giving Tuesday, the generosity movement Henry created which became a global phenomenon that's raised over $7 billion to date. Henry offers a fascinating point of view on power and leadership – one that blends influences from his varied professional career – that will be useful for all leaders. If you liked this Redefiners episode, you also might like From Harvard to Hollywood: A Conversation with Debra Martin Chase. BIO:Henry Timms is President and CEO of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc.-- an artistic and civic cornerstone of New York City and home to eleven resident companies on 16-acres in Manhattan. President since 2019, Henry's focus is several-fold: supporting organizations on campus to realize their missions and fostering collaboration; increasing the accessibility and reach of Lincoln Center's work; championing inclusion; and reimagining and strengthening the performing arts, helping ensure their place at the center of daily life. He is the creator and co-founder of #GivingTuesday, a global philanthropic movement that engages people in close to 100 countries. Designed as a counterpoint to Black Friday, it has generated over 2.5 billion dollars for good causes in the U.S. alone. The recent special edition to support COVID-19 causes catalyzed over $500M of giving online. Henry is also the co-author of the international bestselling book New Power, described by David Brooks in the New York Times as “the best window I've seen into this new world” and as a “must-read…a gift to our movements” by Alicia Garza, co-founder of Black Lives Matter. It was shortlisted for the FT/McKinsey Business Book of the Year and named as a Book of the Year by Bloomberg, Fortune, Financial Times and CNBC. As a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts, he chairs the nomination committee for the RSA's most prestigious award, the Benjamin Franklin Medal. Previously he was the President and CEO of 92nd Street Y, a leading cultural community anchor in NYC. Under his leadership, the 144-year-old institution was named to Fast Company's “Most Innovative Companies” list. He is a Hauser Visiting Leader at Harvard Kennedy School and Visiting Fellow at Stanford University.
Rev. Cham Kaur-Mann has over 25 years of leadership experience in the church, charity and voluntary sectors. She mentors and supports leaders from a variety of sectors, backgrounds and communities and is the first (and currently only) Asian woman minister within the Baptist Union of Great Britain.Cham is co-director of Next Leadership and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). She has a unique and compelling ability to ‘story a story', writes blogs and is the author of ‘Images of Jesus' and ‘Are there traditional “women's ministries”?'Cham's passion is to encourage, empower and develop leaders to reach their full potential, wherever they may serve. She is writing a companion book to 7 Deadly Sins of Women in Leadership written by Kate Coleman, who we interviewed in an earlier episode.Contact Details for Cham:Email: email@example.comYou can find more contact information at: https://www.nextleadership.co.uk/about-usFollow the Recovering God Podcast:Twitter: @RecoveringGod Instagram: Recovering_God If you have any comments, please let us know at: RecoveringGodPodcast@gmail.comPlease remember to rate, subscribe and tell others who you think will be interested. Music written and performed by Dan Lawrence and produced by Lawrence DinhRGP HistoryAlison & Grace were having a conversation in the summer of 2019 about podcasts and they weren't aware of any at the time that spoke to their context, so they decided to set one up. You can hear more about their thinking about the podcast in the Introductions episode. Grace & Alison worked on the podcast together for the first year but Grace had other commitments that meant she had to give the podcast up, so from February - August 2021 Alison carried on without her. In August 2021, Alex & Amy joined Alison and they became the three AAAs.Sadly, Alex has had to move on to a new, exciting job are now building a new team. So watch this space!
In episode 107, Harvey Kennedy-Pitt, MPH, PGCE, FRSPH is the CEO | Health Education & Promotion Specialist at Black Beetle Health while also working as a Population Health Project Manager at Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership. Harvey also recently started the Unstukk Consultancy while also being a Doctor of Public Health Candidate at University of Chester. Harvey is a highly skilled public health professional with experience spanning research, academia, education, direct patient care, operational management, and community health coaching, with published research in the area of Sexual Health, HIV and Behavior Modification. He got his bachelors of science honors in biology at Oakwood University. He then got his Master of Public Health at Sahmyook University. He has gotten a Postgraduate Certificate of Education at St Mary's University, Twikenham as well as a Fellow for Royal Society for Public Health.Harvey Kennedy-Pitt, MPH, PHCE, FRSPH on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/harkenn1/Omari on IG: https://www.instagram.com/thephmillennial Omari on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/omari-richinsWebsite: https://www.thephmillennial.comShownotes: https://thephmillennial.com/episode106All ways to support The Public Health Millennial: https://thephmillennial.com/support/Support The Public Health Millennial: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thePHmillennialShop at The Public Health Millennial Store for discount: https://thephmillennial.com/shop/Email List: https://thephmillennial.com/signup/Support the show
Alastair Santhouse is a Consultant Neuropsychiatrist at The Maudsley Hospital in London. He began his career working in internal medicine, retraining in 1996 as a psychiatrist. He worked as a consultant psychiatrist for 18 years in Guy's Hospital, London, at the interface between medicine and psychiatry, before moving into neuropsychiatry. He is a fellow of both The Royal College of Physicians and The Royal College of Psychiatrists, and is a former President of the Psychiatry Council at the Royal Society of Medicine. Alastair is an enthusiastic teacher and communicator, and has taught medical students and junior doctors over many years. His book, Head First, was published in 2021 and is available to buy at https://atlantic-books.co.uk/book/head-first/ as well as all good bookstores.
Today's guest has made it his mission to look at the chroniclers who have shaped our understanding of the past by looking at their personal history and taking into account how their personal story shaped their biases and therefore their interpretation of history. Author Richard Cohen talks to Anne Marie about his new book, Making History: The Storytellers Who Shaped the Past. Cohen says “Every author of a work of history is an interpreter, a filter, with his or her own personal input.”He has thoroughly investigated and compared the published works and private utterances of our greatest chroniclers to discover the rivalries, the religious beliefs, the lost loves, and the cultural pressures that informed their (and, subsequently, our) views of the world.Richard Cohen is the author of By the Sword, Chasing the Sun, and How to Write Like Tolstoy. He is the former publishing director of two leading London publishing houses, he has edited books that have won the Pulitzer, Booker, and Whitbread/Costa prizes, while twenty-one have been #1 bestsellers. He has written for most UK quality newspapers as well as for The New York Times Book Review and The Wall Street Journal, and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.Resources:Mentioned in Interview:Edward Gibbon: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_GibbonShakespeare: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_ShakespeareLeo Tolstoy: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leo_TolstoyAleksandr Solzhenitsyn: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aleksandr_SolzhenitsynThe Gulag Archipelago: An Experiment in Literary Investigation: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Gulag_ArchipelagoWilliam Hickling Prescott: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_H._PrescottHugh Trevor Roper: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugh_Trevor-RoperDavid Knowles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Knowles_(scholar)A.J.P. Taylor: https://www.nytimes.com/1990/09/08/obituaries/ajp-taylor-british-historian-dies.html Works by Richard Cohen:Making History, Simon & Schuster: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Making-History/Richard-Cohen/9781982195786Chasing the Sun, Book Browse Summary: https://www.bookbrowse.com/bb_briefs/detail/index.cfm/ezine_preview_number/5670/chasing-the-sunHow to Write Like Tolstoy, Kirkus Review: https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/richard-cohen/how-to-write-like-tolstoy/Support Armchair Historians:Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/armchairhistoriansKo-fi: https://ko-fi.com/belgiumrabbitproductionsSupport the show
Pages 880 - 884│ Penelope, part III │ Read by Deborah LevyDeborah Levy is the author of seven novels, including Beautiful Mutants, Swallowing Geography, The Unloved, Billy and Girl, Swimming Home and Hot Milk , and three volumes of memoir, Things I Don't Want to Know, The Cost of Living and Real Estate. Both Swimming Home and Hot Milk were shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. Her short story collection, Black Vodka , was nominated for the International Frank O'Connor short story award and was broadcast on BBC Radio 4, as were her acclaimed dramatizations of Freud's iconic case studies, Dora , and The Wolfman.Levy has written for The Royal Shakespeare Company, and her pioneering theater writing is collected in Levy: Plays 1 . Deborah Levy is a Fellow of The Royal Society of Literature.Buy Real Estate here: https://shakespeareandcompany.com/d/9780241977583/real-estate*Looking for our author interview podcast? Listen here: https://podfollow.com/shakespeare-and-companySUBSCRIBE NOW FOR EARLY EPISODES AND BONUS FEATURESAll episodes of our Ulysses podcast are free and available to everyone. However, if you want to be the first to hear the recordings, by subscribing, you can now get early access to recordings of complete sections.Subscribe on Apple Podcasts here: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/channel/shakespeare-and-company/id6442697026Subscribe on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/sandcoIn addition a subscription gets you access to regular bonus episodes of our author interview podcast. All money raised goes to supporting “Friends of Shakespeare and Company” the bookshop's non-profit.*Discover more about Shakespeare and Company here: https://shakespeareandcompany.comBuy the Penguin Classics official partner edition of Ulysses here: https://shakespeareandcompany.com/d/9780241552636/ulyssesFind out more about Hay Festival here: https://www.hayfestival.com/homeAdam Biles is Literary Director at Shakespeare and Company. Find out more about him here: https://www.adambiles.netBuy a signed copy of his novel FEEDING TIME here: https://shakespeareandcompany.com/S/9781910296684/feeding-timeDr. Lex Paulson is Executive Director of the School of Collective Intelligence at Université Mohammed VI Polytechnique in Morocco.Original music & sound design by Alex Freiman.Hear more from Alex Freiman here: https://open.spotify.com/album/4gfkDcG32HYlXnBqI0xgQX?si=mf0Vw-kuRS-ai15aL9kLNA&dl_branch=1Follow Alex Freiman on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/alex.guitarfreiman/Featuring Flora Hibberd on vocals.Hear more of Flora Hibberd here: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5EFG7rqfVfdyaXiRZbRkpSVisit Flora Hibberd's website: This is my website:florahibberd.com and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/florahibberd/ Music production by Adrien Chicot.Hear more from Adrien Chicot here: https://bbact.lnk.to/utco90/Follow Adrien Chicot on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/adrienchicot/Photo by Sheila Burnett See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
With the cost of living spiralling, many are probably thinking more about the price of food than lithium, titanium, copper or platinum. But the volatility in the global market for these materials - partly because of the pandemic and geopolitical unrest - is causing 'chaos' in the technology supply chain. Elizabeth Ratcliffe, Royal Society of Chemistry, tells Vic that many of us are unwittingly stockpiling these precious metals in our homes, in our old phones and defunct computers, because we don't know what to do with them. Reporter Samara Linton visits N2S, a company in Bury St Edmunds which has found a way to recycle the precious metals and other scarce elements in discarded circuit boards using bacteria. This week more evidence that spring is springing earlier, as Vic heads to what might be the most studied woodland in the world: Wytham Woods in Oxfordshire. Ella Cole, Oxford University, explains how climate change is causing birds to lay eggs three weeks earlier than they did in the 1940s. And Chris Perrins, of Oxford University, shares his thoughts on the changing woodland. And from new life to the very stuff of life. Could the building blocks of DNA have first been delivered to earth on a meteorite? In a paper in Nature Communications, scientists announce the discovery of the last two of the five key nucleobases locked in meteorites dating to the formation of the solar system. Samples of the Murchison Meteorite, a specific type of soft, loamy rock (CM2 carbonaceous chondrite) that fell to earth in 1969, have been re-examined, and the confirmation extends the ongoing debate around the nature and composition of terrestrial life's original crucible. Sara Russell, Professor of Planetary Sciences at London's Natural History Museum, helps Vic unravel the complicated and surprisingly controversial history of space rocks and primordial soup. Presented by Vic Gill Producer: Alex Mansfield Reporter: Samara Linton
GUEST 1 OVERVIEW: Gregory Copley, AM was born in Perth, Western Australia, and has had a career of more than a half century in service to governments and societies around the world in the fields of intelligence, strategic philosophy, and industry. He is the President of the International Strategic Studies Association as well as founder and Editor-in-Chief of Defense & Foreign Affairs group of publications. He is also the Director of Intelligence at the Global Information System (GIS), an on-line, encrypted-access, global intelligence service (monitoring 290 countries and territories) which provides current strategic intelligence solely to governments around the world. Mr Copley has authored or co-authored 36 books on strategic philosophy, history, geopolitics, energy, aviation, national planning, and poetry. He recently authored The New Total War of the 21st Century and the Trigger of the Fear Pandemic, and has authored thousands of classified and unclassified studies for government leaders. He continues to lecture to senior defence audiences and academic institutions around the world, and has spoken at Oxford and Cambridge universities in recent months. Although headquartered in Washington DC, Mr Copley spends the much of his time in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. His recent work highlighted unique perspectives on the build-up to the current Russo-Ukrainian conflict as part of a broader conflict terrain, including the transformation of the Eurasian strategic balance. His varied career included owning several major shipyards and ship design firms in the United Kingdom, a chemical company in France, a water purification business, and a music publishing business in Australia and the UK. He served as vice-chairman of Scotland's national airline. He has been decorated by numerous governments and institutions around the world and was made a member of the Order of Australia in 2007. He received high recognition and an hereditary title from the Ethiopian Crown in exile, and honours from other government and non-governmental organisations. Mr Copley has served as advisor to a number of governments over the past fifty years. He is a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, a Fellow of the Royal Society of New South Wales, and a Senior Fellow of Strategic Studies (and Governor) of the College of Fellows of the International Strategic Studies Association. GUEST 2 OVERVIEW: Stuart Ballantyne is actually a fellow of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects. He has a long list of awards including the ICHCA Annual Award 1996, Sea trade Award 1997 (London), Cruise and Ferry Award 2003 (London), AUSMEPA Marine Environment Award 2006 (Sydney) and the Institute of Export – Export Hero of the Year 2008 (Australia). Stuart holds a Master of Philosophy (Naval Architecture) from Strathclyde University, Scotland, and was awarded an honorary doctorate in science from Strathclyde in 2014 for his services to the maritime Industry.
News - Cinema Verde Offers Employee Discounts For Environmental Film Streaming - Read more ---> Check out the Causeartist Partners here.---> Subscribe to the Causeartist Newsletter here.In episode 145 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, Causeartist contributor Rafael Aldon, speaks with Giles Hutchins, on regenerative leadership and using nature to enhance executive consciousness.Giles is a pioneering practitioner, keynote speaker and executive coach at the fore-front of this necessary revolution. He applies advanced consciousness raising techniques, deep-dive nature immersions, embodiment work, ancient wisdom tradition insights, and cutting edge research on leadership consciousness.Giles has over 20 years business experience in helping all shapes and sizes of organizations transform.Formerly, over a decade as management consultant, program manager and business practice lead at KPMG, and more recently Global Head of Sustainability for the global technology provider Atos.He is currently Chairman of the Future Fit Leadership Academy, Lead Partner of The Natural Business Partnership, co-founder of Biomimicry for Creative Innovation, co-founder of Regenerators.co and partner/associate with a number of pioneering organizations, such as The Global Leaders Academy and The Laszlo New Paradigm Research Institute.He holds an MSc in Business Systems, a BSc in Finance, Valuation and Property, a Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Leadership, Global Leadership Development GOLD certification, Advanced Coaching certification, Analytic Coaching Network practitioner, Human Emergence Framework trained, Solonomic and 5 Deep Holistic Leadership trained, Way of Council trained, and Reiki Master certification. Giles has also been a member of various professional associations, for example: The Institute of Directors, The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, The Royal Society of Arts.News - Cinema Verde Offers Employee Discounts For Environmental Film Streaming - Read more---> Check out the Causeartist Partners here.---> Subscribe to the Causeartist Newsletter here.Listen to more Causeartist podcast shows hereFollow Grant on Twitter and LinkedInFollow Causeartist on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram
On today's show, we have Royal Expert, Commentator, and founder of The Monarchists (Themonarchists.com) Thomas J. Mace-Archer-Mills. He's the visionary creator of EIIR: The Platinum Record, a Jubilee Anthem, that was released on the Queen's 96th Birthday (4/21/22), honoring Her Majesty for her unprecedented 70-year reign. Thomas will be speaking about this and all things The Royal Family. Thomas is the Founder, Visionary, and Director of the British Monarchists Society, President of the Centre for British Royal Studies, Editor-in-Chief of Crown & Country Magazine, creator of Crown & Country Radio, a Freeman of the City of London and a member of the Order of St. Thomas of Acon. In addition to the aforementioned, Thomas runs his own consultancy group. As a Royal Consultant for Protocol to the Princely House of Their Highnesses, Prince Waldermar, Princess Antonia, and Prince Mario-Max of Schaumburg-Lippe (a branch of Europe's oldest Royal family going back to the Viking Kings and the Royal Household of Denmark since 936. His Highness Prince Waldermar of Schaumburg-Lippe is in the line of succession to the British throne), Thomas further works with other international companies, businesses and Royal households. Mace-Archer-Mills has further carried out consultancy duties for, and not limited to, the Serbian Royal family on a series of occasions, most notably the 2017 Royal wedding of Prince Philip of Serbia. Professionally, Thomas is a Consultant, Royal historian, award-winning author, media personality, and educational speaker. Thomas has been a radio presenter for London's W!zard Radio, which is broadcast internationally to over 15 countries, where he had several different shows and themes over five years. Thomas' last show was dedicated to helping the youth of the world overcome issues, challenges and negativity which face the daily lives of his listeners on “Therapy with Thomas Mills”. Thomas addressed the Annual General Meeting of the Australian Monarchist League in Sydney during the Summer of 2015 to thousands of members and has just recently lectured for Model Westminster and the Young Adults Forum in Parliament in February of 2017. In April of 2017, Thomas undertook a tour of America where he opened the Royal Society of St George – California Branch, completed several meet and greets and further attended events and book signings for his new release: “Their Majesties' Mixers – when they reign, they pour”, which has since won the Gourmand Award. In 2019 Thomas created the internet-based radio station, Crown & Country Radio" and continues to broadcast on his own specially themed shows. Thomas is well versed in the International Business Auditorium as well as Royal history, with degrees and certificates from American and European universities in History, International Political Economy, International Business Administration, International Relations, Humanities and Political Science. In honor of Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee in 2012, Thomas penned his first book with permission of the Palace, to which he was granted the use of the official Diamond Jubilee Logo. “To The Queen: A Royal Drinkology” sold 5,000 copies in the months following the central Jubilee weekend. Over the past decade, Thomas has worked (and still works) tirelessly on behalf of Crown and Country, building the British Monarchist Society and Foundation, which has become the leading organization for not only British, but international Monarchists which he funded himself. He has worked hard to incorporate like-minded people to be a part of this much-revered society within the United Kingdom, in which cumulatively, under Thomas' direction, brings British traditions to the next level. Thomas has been busy perfecting and readying his team to organize and carry out international celebrations for Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II and the House of Windsor for the Platinum Jubilee in 2022. Thomas and the BMS hosted several events for The Diamond Jubilee in 2012, The Diamond Anniversary of the Coronation, the births of Prince George and Princess Charlotte and the celebration of the longest reign: when The Queen's reign exceeded that of Queen Victoria on September 9, 2015. This is an exciting and challenging time for Thomas and his team, and it is with great commitment, energy and foresight that he is looking forward to producing an educational celebration within his latest project, “Crown and Country Magazine” that will leave a lasting legacy for future generations of Britons. In his spare time (which is very limited), Thomas enjoys traveling, horseback riding, the arts, theatre, music, fine dining, reading and writing. In addition to all this, we'll hear a piece from his Jubilee Anthem on today's show. To keep up with all that Thomas is up to, follow him on the web at: Themonarchists.com Also on today's show, we have the founder of Rivermont Records, musicologist Bryan Wright, Ph.D. Rivermont Records was founded in 2003 to preserve and promote ragtime, jazz and 'hot dance' music. Wright's vision, with the label, is to respect the pioneers who created the music a century ago while supporting today's musicians. With this, Rivermont Records is proud to announce the upcoming premiere release of 'One Step to Chicago', a 14-track album that features an all-star lineup of jazz music legends. Recorded in 1992 and then laid aside until now, the album is the product of legendary producer George Avakian. The album features a who's who of notable jazz instrumentalists, including pianist/arranger Dick Hyman, clarinetists Kenny Davern and Dan Levinson, guitarists Marty Grosz and grammy-winning bass saxophonists Vince Giordano and nearly a dozen more. 'One Step to Chicago' is set to be released on July 15, 2022 in deluxe CD and vinyl packages. Additionally, we'll also hear 'Nobody's Sweetheart' from the album which dropped on 5.27.2022. To keep up with all that Bryan is up to, follow him on the web at: Rivermontrecords.com Thank you for listening and follow the show on IG at: Thebigfatjoeyshow