Copperplate Time 365 Presented by Alan O'Leary www.copperplatemailorder.com 1. Bothy Band: Green Groves. After Hours 2. Le Cheile: The Brook Reel/The Offaly Reel/Castle Kelly/The Maids of Mullingar. Out of the West 3. Paul Brennan & Carrig: The Piper's Jig/The Swans Among the Rushes/ Bush in the Garden. Airs & Graces 4. Mick Sands: Autobiography. The Ominous & The Luminous 5. Brendan McAuley: The Crooked Road/Temple an Ghleanntain. The McCartneys of Pennyburn 6. Kev Boyle: Sunny Little Avenue. Palestine Grove 7. Rosie, Clare & Alan O'Leary: Moll Rua/A Visit to Ireland. It Was Great Altogether 8. John Bowe & Kevin Taylor: Kitty in the Lane/Paddy Kelly's. The Contradiction 9 Peter Coughlan & Hungry Grass: The Field Behind the Plough. Hungry Grass 10. Lisa Knapp: Bonnie at Morn. Diversions 11. Vincent & Des O'Halloran: Music in the Glen/Green Fields of America. Men of the Island 12. Curly Sullivan: I'll Walk Beside You. Classic Irish Songs 13. Niall & Cillian Vallely: Humours of Ballyloughlan/Old Tipperary. Callan Bridge 14. Finbarr Dwyer: Finbarr's Fave/Imelda Rolands. Accordion Music from the Soul 15. Helen Roche: Dobbin's Flowery Vale. Shake the Blossom Early 16. Brendan McGlinchey: Splendid Isolation/McGlinchey's. Music of a Champion 17. Bobby Casey & Tommy McCarthy: Connemara Stocking/Ships Are Sailing. It Was Mighty Altogether 18. Open the Door 43: Charming Mary The Joyful Hour 19. Raymond Roland & Le Cheile: Thatched Cabin/Master Crowley's Reel. Lord Mayo 20. Garry Walsh: The Road to Naul/Laughing Molly. Uncovered 21. Kev Boyle/Movies CB: Bon Cabbage. Bon Cabbage 22. Bothy Band: Green Groves/Flowers of Red Hill. After Hours
c/w blood, threats, major injury, prisons, jailbreak “I imagine in their heads, they were biding time and collecting their forces, ready at any moment to take the fight to the upstart nim Shifs. In truth, they were kidding themselves. Their doom were writ on Fate's tapestry, their line would soon be done.” ~~~ Hopeful, but unsure, the would-be abolitionists stand before Lastreach's inner keep. They debate the best way into the heart of the island-prison. Do they try to convince the garrison to side with them? Do they force a breach in the prison's defences? Do they work with the apparently revolutionary ministers, Rinsaya and Crooner? ~~ PEOPLE ~~ Anancrik Rise: Leader of the Flint Street Knappers. Once a friend of Ezra and Nilkat, but life has taken them on a different path. Cloak's Danse: Captain of the Hellebore Guard, personal bodyguard of Strau nim Callad and a deathly efficient soldier. Crooner: A former Jackal, turned Minister of the True, turned apparent radical. Despite his outward joviality, sai come with a bloody reputation. Jossa Stoic: Crik's second in command. Tough and trustworthy, respected by all the Knappers. Rinsaya Cinalo: A former Minister, who served as second to Crooner. Has a reputation for pragmatic idealism. Status Raglan: A political darling of Embrace, jailed after he took credit for Atrium getting a vote. Strau nim Callad: New-crowned head of the nim Callads, following the death of their father Harnal. Fearing nim Shif assassins, is in hiding on Lastreach. ~~ FACTIONS ~~ Flint Street Knappers: A gang operating out of Limbus Ward, who use gliders to get around. Most are from families with heritage in the Rushes. Hellebore Guard: The elite private army of the nim Callads. The house's money has ensured that their skill hasn't waned, even as the house's power has. Ministry of the True: Agents of the council who wield extra-judiciary powers and private militias. nim Callad: The former monarchs of Embrace, who refuse to release their grip on their burnished gold. They own most of the city's land, extracting extortionate rents. ~~ PLACES ~~ Lastreach: The island furthest downstream at the confluence of the Trill and the Callad. It currently serves as the city's notorious jail. ~~~ Episode title from The Guillotine by The Coup. ~~~ Follow the show on twitter @flimsyrituals Find our website at flimsyrituals.com Support us on patreon patreon.com/theseflimsyrituals Chat to us on Discord ~~~ Hosted by Adam Dixon. Starring Beck Michalak, Elizabeth Simoens, Ryan Evans, Steve Martin and Thryn Henderson. Produced by Thryn Henderson Series art by Ben Swinden Music taken from Kai Engel's Satin
c/w prisons, jailbreak, murder “We declare now the institution of the Common Government of Embrace and proclaim immediate: The dissolution of Embrace's council. The institution of an Assembly representative of the city's common citizenry. That this Assembly establish a constitution by which a future government will be formed. It will provide governance during this transitional period, and no person shall hold it back from these duties. Citizens of houses Callad, Daker, Prilicent, Shif, their invested lesser houses and those serving the former council are forbidden from sitting in the Assembly.” ~~~ In the dark hour before dawn, a fleet of ships—fishing ships and trade barges, rowboats and one-person yachts, narrowboats out of the canal's comfort—break the harbour of Laceport and sail purposefully towards Lastreach. That final island, downstream on the Trill, has served Embrace with a multitude of purposes. Holy ground, watchpost, fort, arable hills for goats, neutral ground, a villa. Now though, it stands as a symbol of tyranny. There is found the city's jail, and too many languish forgotten on that craggy redoubt. ~~ PEOPLE ~~ Anancrik Rise: Leader of the Flint Street Knappers. Once a friend of Ezra and Nilkat, but life has taken them on a different path. Jossa Stoic: Crik's second in command. Tough and trustworthy, respected by all the Knappers. Nilkat: A former factory mechanic, turned revolutionary. A member of the Ginnels and our story's narrator. ~~ FACTIONS ~~ Flint Street Knappers: A gang operating out of Limbus Ward, who use gliders to get around. Most are from families with heritage in the Rushes. Laceport Beneficiaries: An illegal, roaming co-op dock that feeds the people of Calvary. Ministry of the True: Agents of the council who wield extra-judiciary powers and private militias. nim Callad: The former monarchs of Embrace, who refuse to release their grip on their burnished gold. They own most of the city's land, extracting extortionate rents. ~~ PLACES ~~ Calvary: The most densely packed ward, filled with too-small houses and windmill factories. There are rumours that you can disappear into the Cut if you take the wrong turning. Lastreach: The island furthest downstream at the confluence of the Trill and the Callad. It currently serves as the cities notorious jail. ~~~ Episode title from Salem by Bon Iver ~~~ Follow the show on twitter @flimsyrituals Find our website at flimsyrituals.com Support us on patreon patreon.com/theseflimsyrituals Chat to us on Discord ~~~ Produced by Thryn Henderson Series art by Ben Swinden Music taken from Kai Engel's Satin Paper sound effect by GJOS on freesound.
Curious about the healing power of plants + botanicals? In this episode, I am honored to share a dear friend of mine and botanical beauty with you, Kimberly Kling. Kimberly and I connected years ago at a retreat out in the Redwoods of California, and our connection has only continued to blossom in her garden of "Joyful Roots"! Kimberly Kling is the creatrix behind Joyful Roots, a botanical wellness brand located in Southern Arizona. Her greatest passion is to help women cultivate their inner joy by amplifying their self-care rituals and growing deeper roots in our Mother Earth. Kimberly is committed to offering small batch, 100% natural body-care and soul-care products that nourish our bodies, respect the Earth, and empower us into greater well-being. In reciprocity to Mama Earth, every purchase over $10 from Joyful Roots webshop plants a tree!Kimberly has been working with plants since as early as she can remember – making “magical plant stew” in her childhood backyard and becoming friends with the Rushes and Paper Birch in the Michigan forests. Looking back, she can see that her decision to get a Master's in Landscape Architecture, was an attempt to reconcile her love for art, plants, and her background in civil engineering. After moving to rural Arizona, giving birth to and mothering her son, and experiencing a health crisis, she was divinely guided to herbalism and rekindled a deep and enthralling passion for plants. Through the plants, she became empowered with her own health and wellness and is called to share this empowerment with others. In her words, “The plants pulled me in to their magic and I am forever theirs…”Connect with Kimberly:Website: www.joyfulroots.comPlant Magic Membership: www.patreon.com/joyfulrootsInstagram: @joyfulrootsConnect with Me: Website: https://jessicasilverman.vipmembervault.comFree Challenge: Join my Live Vibrant FREE challenge - starting July 19th! Instagram: @mozen_wellness Facebook Group: A.L.I.V.E. with Jessica Silverman - bit.ly/mozenwellnessSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/alivepodcast)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/alivepodcast)
“And so the first Assembly formed, as our whole revolution broad and various, came with their grievances and their doubts, their dreams and their ideals, and their hopes for what would come next” ~~~ In the shifting halls of Winter’s Lodge, Embrace’s first People’s Assembly meets. The various revolutionary factions coalesce, attempting to find common ground and a shared path forward. We play a very loose hack of The Quiet Year, by Avery Alder, adapted to tell a story of the early days of a revolution. There are loose alliances, attempts to find consensus and meaning, and wrangling over what the revolution actually means. ~~ FACTIONS AND THEIR NOTABLE MEMBERS ~~ The Ginnels: A group of radicals formed mostly from the workers of Calvary. They are radical and focused on direct action. They demand a total dismantling of Embrace’s political structures. Notable members: Boleth Erul Cater (prominent revolutionary), Boctive Deign (revolutionary thinker) Nilkat (firebrand and organiser), Xenarus Crow (Maybe leader) People’s Ward of Atrium: Formed from a mix of Atrium’s workers, shopkeepers and lower-middle classes. They are internally divided between those who see reform as a path forward, and those more radical who align closely to the Ginnels. Notable members: Serrivomer Glass (Warden of Atrium), Coryl nim Triss (prominent shopkeeper) The Associated Interests of Tail’s End: A group of ghosts seeking community and purpose, drawn into the revolution by necessity. Notable members: Trilvo (matron of Tail’s End), Artelish Scarren (clerk) The Loven Street Baricadeers: A mix of radicals, criminals and workers from Loven Street, initially striking over rent. Notable members: Brahal Fret (Viol leader), Branch (Liklihood Lad clerk) Winter’s Lodge: A group of weavers and ghosts, offering sanctuary to those who need it. Notable members: Environ Yves (weaver), Ido Ozk Erut (weaver) Laceport Beneficiaries: Seeking protection for the docks and recognition for their communal membership model. They control trade for the revolution. The Hoskers: Drawn from University students and the middle classes of Atrium. Radical by their family's standards, reactionary centrists by the revolution's. Notable members: Darjan Husk The Ardent: A group of Rushes' immigrants, seeking the disarmament of the Jackals. ~~~ Episode title from Sitting on a Fence, by The Housemartins ~~~ Follow the show on twitter @flimsyrituals Find our website at flimsyrituals.com Support us on patreon patreon.com/theseflimsyrituals Chat to us on Discord ~~~ Hosted by Adam Dixon. Starring Beck Michalak, Elizabeth Simoens, Ryan Evans, Steve Martin and Thryn Henderson. Produced by Thryn Henderson Series art by Ben Swinden Music taken from Kai Engel’s Satin
The next book on the reading list is "Blackberry Blue: And Other Fairy Tales" written by Jamila Gavin. There are six amazing stories in the book and "Blackberry Blue is the first - a heart-warming story about love and kindness that follows foundling Blackberry Blue as she battles the forces of evil to save the boy she loves. The other stories are slightly longer so will be released in parts every Saturday over the next couple of months. The comprehension questions for this book will focus on the relationships between the characters as well as the story's relationships to other well known tales. Enjoy! Is the forest a safe or a threatening place in this story? How does Jamila Gavin make you feel that? Does this story have a message? If so, what do you think it is? Do you know any other tales where characters transform into animals? What does this make you think or feel? Do you know any fairy stories where a character has to wear a special item of clothing? Who needs the special clothes and why are they needed? Is it for the same reason in the different stories? Perhaps investigate the stories/characters of Donkeyskin, Catskin, Cap of Rushes, Mossycoat and Tatterskins.
Mitching classes to work on your music. Sean-nós: 'My granny would have just called them songs.' Tradition and change, art and technique and the soul of the thing. Writing in English, writing in Irish. Activism, collectivity and music as barriers against despair. The tunes: Two reels - The Green Bunch of Rushes and The Merry Sisters of Fate Tá na Páipéir dhá Saighneáil A song Eoghan learned from his father and grandmother - Meiriceá The Monaghan Jig and Eoghan's song, The Deepest Breath You can find the video for The Deepest Breath here, and it's unmissable: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjPHKJaCb38&feature=emb_logo Directed by Myles O'Reilly. 'Solas An Lae,' Eoghan's album with Ultan O'Brien, has one of my favourite covers of all time - and the music is cracking. Pre-order it here: https://eoghanultan.bandcamp.com/releases?fbclid=IwAR0pR0UxdIctwvOacAzaW1sDF4enXl6FNQbLrEKKp-6qoXCD47_lmZPR-V8 And you can find a link to People Before Profit here: http://peoplebefore-profit.com/ Eoghan, thank you. -- To listen, stream or download simply click a link below: Our website: https://blarneypilgrims.com iTunes: https://apple.co/2A6tUPm Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/3cPTkis Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3eIwBFy Or alternatively, simply search your favourite podcast app for the Blarney Pilgrims. -- Become a Patron Saint of the Blarney Pilgrims Podcast. We want the podcast to be free to listen to for as many people as possible. But without the support from at least some of you we couldn't keep putting out an episode a week. That's why we're asking you to become a Patron (Saint) of the podcast. www.patreon.com/blarneypilgrims So, for the price of a pint, or a half pint for that matter, you can help keep this show on the road and be safe in the knowledge you have a halo above your head. For your good deed you will secure your place in traditional Irish music podcast heaven. But most importantly, you'll have helped pay for the other 99% of listeners that don't or can't chip in. And that, my friend, is a hell-of-a-nice thing to do. Darren & Dom www.blarneypilgrims.com www.patreon.com/blarneypilgrims www.facebook.com/blarneypilgrimspodcast www.instagram.com/blarneypilgrimspodcast www.twitter.com/BlarneyPodcast
A mix featuring tracks from 1973, taken from the series, A Decade of Sound 1970s. The Lunar Saloon Every Friday from 10P - 12A PST 99.1 FM Long Beach Streaming at KLBP.org Air date : August 21, 2020 -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Smoke, Curtis, Everything Pool-Pah, Sour Soul, The Flasher Peter Reno, Incident, Synthesizer Contact The Pierre Lavin Pop Band, Vision Receiver, The Pierre Lavin Pop Band The Ian Langley Group, Moon Baby, Reggae For Real (And Other Rhythms) The Black Fire, Magnum, Cream Jean Cohen-Solal, Ab Hoc Et Ab Hac, Captain Tarthopom Gökçen Kaynatan, Evren (Extended Version), Gökçen Kaynatan Rinsyoe Kida, Akira Ishikawa & His Count Buffalos, どんぱん節, Tsugaru Jongara Bushi - Drum & Tsugaru Jamisen Koumei Sone, Futengurashi, Killing Melody - Instrumental Music From Japanese Pinky Violence Movies Piero Umiliani, Cantata Per Maryam, La Ragazza Fuoristrada The Gang Of Harry Roesli, Don't Talk About Freedom, Those Shocking Shaking Days (Indonesian Hard, Psychedelic, Progressive Rock And Funk: 1970 - 1978) Sarolta Zalatnay, Hadd Mondjam El, Hadd Mondjam El Echoes Of, Echoes Of Jerusalem, Echoes Of Jerusalem Rudy Ventura, Soy Un Sonador, Soy Un Soñador / La Muerte Del Cisne Cuasares, Simbiosis, Afro-Progresivo Vytas Brenner, Morrocoy, La Ofrenda De Vytas Brenner Stardrive With Robert Mason, Rushes, Intergalactic Trot Deodato, Skyscrapers, Brazil USA 70 Brazilian Music In The USA In The 1970s Alan Parker, Monza Straight, The Rock Machine Mario Nascimbene, Hot Asphalt, Cinemaphonic: Electro Soul Placebo, Balek, 1973 Alain Goraguer, Strip Tease, La Planète Sauvage (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) G.R.C. Five, Saga Of A Secluded Swamp Monster, Psychemagik Presents: Ritual Chants Tritons, (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction, Down To The Sea And Back: The Continuing Journey Of The Balearic Beat. Volume 1 Del Richardson, Road Song, Pieces Of A Jigsaw Bobbie Houston, I Want to Make It with You, Pura Vida Presents: Beach Diggin' Volume 3 Barbara Lynn, Mellow Feeling, Mellow Feeling Masterfleet, Well Phase II, Well Phase II James Clarke, Second Cut (re-edit), The Trendsetters The Atomic Forest, Butterfly Version 2, Obsession Luis Bacalov, La Polizia È Al Servizio Del Cittadino?, Poliziotteschi Graffiti Braen's Machine, Rinuncia, Temi Ritmici E Dinamici Claude Denjean, Kiss This, Open Circuit Colonel Elliott And The Lunatics, Telstar, Interstellar Reggae Drive
c/w description of insects and spiders, violence, NPC death “For as long as I’d known, resistance in Embrace had been like puddles in the cobbles. Disparate, kept separate by the foundations of the city. Over there a union of factory workers fighting for pay and safety; here a group trying to raise their voices above Parsant’s tight dogma. For us Ginnels, so much of our work had been trying to score trenches between those waters, to turn puddle, into pool, into flood.” ~~~ The estate of Silicet nim Callad was used to hosting parties. Nearly every night, the Minister would be hosting some affair or another. The whole villa was shaped to that purpose; from the central building a torrent of jutting rooms and juxtaposed architecture broke out. A vine-covered balcony, a tiled dome, a veranda on a rooftop courtyard. Silicet was adding new rooms. There is a secret though, at the heart of this architecture. A gap in the floorplans, a void that plunges down, like a dagger, puncturing the building from top-story to basement. Tonight, the Jubilant Maybe mean to find their way into that space and discover what Silicet hides inside. ~~ PEOPLE ~~ Branch & Fleece: The chaotic leaders of the Likelihood Lads. After they worked a score together that went bad, Ivar has reservations. Crik: Ezra’s childhood friend and rival. Leader of the Flint Street Knappers. Galena nim Ovid: The imposing head of the Umbral Provenders and Ash’s aunt. She has ambitious plans for the city. Silicet nim Callad: One of the city’s ministers and a member of nim Callad. To her acquaintances she’s known for throwing the best parties in town; to everyone else, she’s a tyrant. ~~ FACTIONS ~~ Flint Street Knappers: A gang operating out of Limbus Ward, who use gliders to get around. Most are from families with heritage in the Rushes. Likelihood Lads: A ruthless, stylish, and fickle gang of bookmakers that rule Hinter’s races. Ministry of the True: Agents of the council who wield extra-judiciary powers and private militias. nim Callad: The former monarchs of Embrace, who refuse to release their grip on their burnished gold. They own most of the city’s land, extracting extortionate rents. Viols: A union of sex workers, striking against rent increases. ~~~ Here's where you can find Ryne. ~~~ Episode title from Thin Lizzy’s Jailbreak ~~~ Follow the show on twitter @flimsyrituals Find our website at flimsyrituals.com Chat to us on Discord ~~~ Hosted by Adam Dixon. Starring Beck Michalak, Elizabeth Simoens, Ryan Evans, Steve Martin and Thryn Henderson. Produced by Thryn Henderson Series art by Ben Swinden Music taken from Kai Engel’s Satin
c/w description of police violence (in intro: 0'00 to 2'43) “Over the next few weeks, the families paraded their victory over us. Their news-sheets celebrating the crushing of the radical ward of Atrium and the arrest of the heretic priest Lena Fisher. The press’ insults were the easiest taunt to brush off, their actions were harder to stomach. ” ~~~ Sitting patiently has never been something Ash Pinders has been good at. Laying low was never going to be easy. In the strange and dangerous weeks that follow the destruction of the People’s Ward of Atrium, Ash searches for a way to keep himself occupied. When Ginnels tell him to keep his head down, he turns to another group instead: the Flint Street Knappers. He’s not the only member of the Jubilant though, to turn up at their door. ~~ PEOPLE ~~ Alin & Mara Pinder: Ash’s sisters. They both work for the Viols, a union of sex workers. Crik: Ezra’s childhood friend and rival. Leader of the Flint Street Knappers. ~~ FACTIONS ~~ Flint Street Knappers: A gang operating out of Limbus Ward, who use gliders to get around. Most are from families with heritage in the Rushes. Likelihood Lads: A ruthless, stylish, and fickle gang of bookmakers, that rule Hinter’s races. Ministry of the True: Agents of the council who wield extra-judiciary powers and private militias. nim Callad: The former monarchs of Embrace, who refuse to release their grip on their burnished gold. They own most of the city’s land, extracting extortionate rents. Viols: A union of sex workers, striking against rent increases. ~~ PLACES ~~ Hinter Ward: Embrace’s southernmost ward. The north is dense tenements, while the south has been abandoned to marsh and spirit. Loven Street: A street in Hinter ward. Its people have banded together to strike against nim Callad’s rent increases. Tail’s End: A community, built by spirits, at the tip of Rodella’s tail. A ramshackle ghost town, radical in outlook. ~~~ Episode title from One More Try by That Handsome Devil ~~~ Follow the show on twitter @flimsyrituals Find our website at flimsyrituals.com Chat to us on Discord ~~~ Hosted by Adam Dixon. Starring Beck Michalak, Elizabeth Simoens, Ryan Evans, Steve Martin and Thryn Henderson. Produced by Thryn Henderson Series art by Ben Swinden Music taken from Kai Engel’s Satin
In this episode Ellen and C.L. give you a way to identify grasses, sedges and rushes, we discuss the mildew that you might be seeing on various plants, and answer a listener’s question about where to find unusual plants. :39 Plant Noob: Sedges, grasses and rushes. 9:19 Eat/Drink/Grow: A deep dive into MILDEW. 23:44 Love Letters and Questions: Ellen asks where to find the plants we speak about.
c/w graphic descriptions of violence and death, natural disaster “The earthquake that rocked through the city would only be a footnote. A disaster that many would tie to other events of that day. Because, at the same time as our protest, the rest of the Jubilant were over the other end of the city. And they were about to do something really fucking stupid.” ~~~ When Oken killed Relict, the Sun Spear was his weapon. This legendary artefact, long held by the nim Shif family, is no longer in Oken’s hands. Instead, an imposter wields it. A scion from the family who have disowned him, masquerading as him. Oken would do anything to take it back. As Hulling Day continues, many citizens in Limbus Ward turn to celebration, not protest. It has been a long time since the Ochre Hull wreaked destruction on their streets. Today the hero that protected them, Oken nim Shif, visits. The nim Shif family are hosting a parade leading to Scarrel market, the site of his victory over the many-limbed envoy. What they don’t know is that as the imposter gives his speech, the Jubilant plan to strike. ~~ PEOPLE ~~ Altara nim Shif: A scion of nim Shif and one of their enforcers. She’s had previous run-ins with the Jubilant. Anancrik "Crik" Rise: Ezra’s childhood friend and rival. Leader of the Flint Street Knappers. Oken nim Shif (fake): An imposter. Chosen and trained by his family to be a much more controllable tool of propaganda. Valour nim Shif: Ruthless, calculated and brilliant. Leader of the nim Shif family. ~~ FACTIONS ~~ Flint Street Knappers: A gang operating out of Limbus Ward, who use gliders to get around. Most are from families with heritage in the Rushes. Jackals: More formally known as the Tenders of the Dawn’s Embers, the Jackals are an organisation of remnant hunters guided by strange divination. nim Shif: Embrace’s newest great family. Plotting to take over the city with silvered tongues and bloody blades. ~~ PLACES ~~ Limbus Ward: Embrace’s North-Eastern ward. Most of the city’s trade comes through here. Scarrel Market: The hub of the city’s trade. Rebuilt following the Ochre Hull’s attack. ~~~ Episode title from Martha’s Curly & Raquel ~~~ Follow the show on twitter @flimsyrituals Find our website at flimsyrituals.com Chat to us on Discord ~~~ Hosted by Adam Dixon. Starring Beck Michalak, Elizabeth Simoens, and Steve Martin. Produced by Thryn Henderson Series art by Ben Swinden Music taken from Kai Engel’s Satin
James Morgan-Jones was born and brought up on the Essex/London borders. His mother was Welsh and his father from the East End. He trained as a professional actor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London and worked for several years in the theatre. After a serious accident he retrained as a feline behaviourist and now lives in West Wales. He began writing seriously after gaining an MA with Distinction from Trinity Saint David University inCarmarthen. He then embarked on The Glasswater Quintet, a series of supernatural/psychological novels, linked by character and place but set in different decades, from the 1940s onwards. The first book in the series, On the Edge of Wild Water, was published by Wordcatcher in the summer of 2017. This was followed by the second in the quintet, The Glass Citadel, later that year, as well as a short story collection, The Wheel and Other Stories. The third novel, The Stone Forest, was published in November 2018. The fourth in the series, Eye of the Rushes, is due for release in the spring of 2020. In November of this year James’s first collection of poetry, Living Places, Passing Lives, was published by Wordcatcher. http://jamesmorganjones.co.uk
Hello everyone et bienvenue à ce nouvel épisode. Cette fois Ben nous fait un autre exercise de speech-shadowing en nous racontant l'histoire de Cap O' Rushes. Pour télécharger le texte, cliquez ici: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xEIqcX1ZQRzw7zyIuXq_WdvsYezlVEva/view?usp=sharing Pour en savoir plus sur le speech-shadowing et comment cette technique méconnue peut vous aider avec la prononciation, cliquez ici: https://www.anglaiscours.fr/speech-shadowing-prononciation.html Accédez à une formation en 5 parties selon votre niveau, offerte ici: https://www.anglaiscours.fr/podcast
Alex and Jack get together this week to discuss one of their favorite (and evidently A24's) favorite directors, Trey Edward Schults, and his newest movie WAVES. This was a hugely anticipated episode for both hosts and a movie like this has a whole lot to talk about, especially considering so much of the music was stuff that both hosts grew up listening to. There's also a brief mention of an A24 Weird Al project that we hope will be willed into existence by this podcast. (please a24)Intro music is Rushes by Frank Ocean
Two stories for you today! The main story is from English Fairy Tales, a book curated and edited by Joseph Jacobs, the man who brought us Jack and the Beanstalk and others.Cap O'Rushes (Cape of Rushes) is one of many tales that fits in the girl dances with prince and he falls in love with her - the most famous being Cinderella.This version is a little nicer (not chopped off toes!) and has a very sweet end.The second story is one of mine and it taken from my current massive "work in progress" - The Unicorns Tales. This is the story of The Smallest Elfen and the Big Fish, which is taken from Aelwen Jones and the Crystal Hand.I like this story, not just because I wrote it, but because it is a story for little children, and yet in my book is told by a teenage girl to her teenage friends. And I rather like the music wot I wrote for it!Don't forget to leave me a review of a rating if you like me. And you can find me here:Website: https://deepinthedarkforest.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/DITDFpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/deepinthedarkforest/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/deepinthedarkforest/
In this episode, we look at why your horse is strong and then discuss some ways to correct this issue. If you would rather read the article on our blog, click here - https://howtodressage.com/troubleshooting/how-to-ride-a-strong-horse/ To view our equestrian books and training diaries on Amazon, click here - https://amzn.to/2SFL633To get some FREE STUFF, click here - https://howtodressage.com/free-stuff/If you would like to join our Facebook Group, click here - https://www.facebook.com/groups/howtodressagegroup/If you would like to join our dressage forum, click here - https://howtodressage.com/community/If you would like to support the show and donate via PayPal, click here - https://www.paypal.me/howtodressage Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/howtodressage)
On this episode the crew discuss the term "athletic quarterback" and is it racially motivated. The crew also discuss if Tom Brady is done and should he retire? The crew also discuss how incredible it must be for Lebron James to be able to watch his son play on ESPN 2 then take the court and play on ESPN. We touch on all these topics and more on Week 55 of the Opinionated Facts Podcast.
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In this episode, we discuss why the horse rushes away from the leg and share some tips on how to correct this problem. If you would rather read the article on our blog, click here - https://howtodressage.com/troubleshooting/horse-rushes/ To view our equestrian books and training diaries on Amazon, click here - https://amzn.to/2SFL633 To get some FREE STUFF, click here - https://howtodressage.com/free-stuff/ If you would like to join our Facebook Group, click here - https://www.facebook.com/groups/howtodressagegroup/ If you would like to join our dressage forum, click here - https://howtodressage.com/community/ If you would like to support the show and donate via PayPal, click here - https://www.paypal.me/howtodressage Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/howtodressage)
Punk rock “was about how rules were made to be broken and making your own entertainment,” The Mekons’ Jon Langford said in 2004. The idea that punk meant choosing your own path and following your own muse has helped the punk band remain musically and conceptually provocative, and it gave him license to incorporate country, folk, reggae, pop, and glam into the music he has made with The Mekons, The Waco Brothers, The Three Johns, in side projects and on his own. And, it led to Christmas music. Jon Langford is the quintessential indie artist, working his music and art to put together a paycheck and body of work he can live with, and his Christmas recordings reflect that. Each comes from a situation where the marketplace and inspiration overlapped, and in those situations Langford and his co-conspirators on a project found ways to give the songs integrity. In our conversation, we talk about a children’s music project he was involved with, Wee Hairy Beasties, as well as an impromptu Waco Brothers’ Christmas song, and “Christmas Carol, Christmas Ray,” a reflection on the holiday season when he was growing up in Wales that he recorded with the Men of Gwent. Along the way, he mentioned the folk song “Green Grow the Rushes,” so we’ve included a version of it by The Singing Milkmaids, and because he mentioned Slade’s “Merry Christmas Everybody,” we finally get an opportunity to play it. The episode ends with Langford reading a revised version of “Twas the Night Before Christmas” written as a promo for Chicago’s Bloodshot Records, which has released his Waco Brothers’ albums. It’s excerpted in the episode, but here it is in its entirety. Since his experiences in Newport in South Wales form a big part of this conversation, I’ve posted his video for “Christmas Carol, Christmas Ray”—which we talk about—and a clip of a Welsh holiday tradition that he only heard about as a kid but never saw with his own eyes. He couldn’t explain it, but here it is, with the singing in Welsh.
On this week's episode of the podcast, we are joined by film director Nathan Ivor Scott Barlow. The Ireland-based director began creating films for parkour, which eventually evolved and merged with Nathan's love for music. Nathan began producing music videos for some of Ireland's fastest rising talents. Since then, Barlow has been working closely with artists such as Jafaris, Rushes and Soulé, with great success. Nathan's most recent video for Jafaris 'Invisible' premiered on Complex here: https://www.complex.com/music/2019/04/premiere-jafaris-invisibleWatch Jafaris 'Invisible' here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlDAPDNQJAQ Follow Nathan Barlow on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/nathan.ivor.scott.barlow/ Follow Soul Doubt on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/souldoubtmagazine/Follow Soul Doubt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/souldoubtmagKeep up-to-date with the latest Irish releases with Soul Doubt on our website here: https://www.souldoubtmagazine.com/blog This podcast is hosted by Shane: https://www.instagram.com/shanesora/Audio by: https://www.instagram.com/soundguyoran/Recorded in Audiohaus Dublin: https://www.instagram.com/audiohausdublin/ Thanks for watching!
Following the release of his debut EP 'Glimpse', we sat down with Diffusion Lab collaborator Rushes for an in-depth chat about his music process and the Irish music industry. Rushes is set to play Whelans on Saturday, 25th May. Tickets available here: https://www.ticketmaster.ie/Rushes-tickets/artist/5298521Stream debut EP 'Glimpse' here: https://open.spotify.com/album/5wrhQEqX0AopYHBc4pVVKJ?si=kksxJbwFR8apMAbCWdYt-A Follow Rushes on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamrushes/Follow Rushes on Twitter: https://twitter.com/iamrushes Follow Soul Doubt on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/souldoubtmagazine/Follow Soul Doubt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/souldoubtmagKeep up-to-date with the latest Irish releases with Soul Doubt on our website here: https://www.souldoubtmagazine.com/blog This podcast is hosted by Shane: https://www.instagram.com/shanesora/Joined on this episode by Brian McGuinness: https://www.instagram.com/b.mc.g/Audio by: https://www.instagram.com/soundguyoran/Recorded in Audiohaus Dublin: https://www.instagram.com/audiohausdublin/ Thanks for watching!
Craig flees to Spain like an exiled lord as Dave and Daithí hold down the NO ENCORE fort. There's an in-depth look at Drake's 3Arena takeover, a chat with Rushes as he releases his debut EP, and Dave's grand return to school amongst plenty more. ACT ONE: Daithí does Drake as Dave buries himself in The Dirt. ACT TWO: Scott Walker RIP, Bo-Raps gets the scissors, Dr. Dre has social media remorse and the holograms are back to haunt us - it's the news. ACT THREE: Cork producer Rushes has just dropped his debut Glimpse EP. He joins the boys to discuss his process, working with Diffusion Lab, choosing a different path and retaining a sense of mystery. ACT FOUR: Songs of the Week with Flume, Tame Impala, Sky Ferreira, Marina, and Logic. ACT FIVE: Avant-garde outfit and critical darlings These New Puritans are back with their first album in six years. Dave didn't like the last one, so that bodes well, right? EXIT MUSIC: Bouts x Kobina | 'Love's Lost Landings, Pt. 2'
Back in 1993 during the Off the Ground sessions, Paul McCartney and Youth formed The Fireman, an experimental electronic music duo. In this episode, we discuss their releases, including Strawberries Oceans Ships Forest, Rushes, Electric Arguments, and much more. Nothing too much just out of sight, man. This one's a clean machine. Click here for the Episode 29 song list.Email us: email@example.comThis episode's audio was edited and updated at 4:01 pm PT on 2/4/19. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Head back to school with great Celtic music from Ed Miller, Na Rosai, The High Kings, Brobdingnagian Bards, Jamie Smith's MABON, Leaping Lulu, Old Man Flanagan's Ghost, Irish School of Music, Ciana, Syr, The Triskells, Derek Byrne and Paddygrass, Gillian Boucher, Sliotar. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/ Listen and share this podcast. Subscribe to the Celtic Music Magazine. Download 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. This is our free newsletter and your guide to the latest Celtic music and podcast news. One of the things I love about the Celts is our generosity. We give with kindness and without expectation to the people and causes we believe in. Remember to support the artists who support this podcast: buy their albums, shirts, and songbooks, follow them on Spotify, see their shows, and drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:03 "Listen Tae the Teacher" by Ed Miller from Come Awa' Wi' Me 5:08 "Five Miles From Town/Pratt School Parking Lot" by Na Rosai from First Rain 9:03 "Schooldays Over" by The High Kings from Grace & Glory 12:11 "Eleanor Plunkett" by Brobdingnagian Bards from Songs of the Muse 16:31 "Summer's Lament" by Jamie Smith's MABON from Windblown 20:27 CELTIC FEEDBACK 22:59 "Summer Storm" by Leaping Lulu from Into the West 26:02 "Hart of Ten" by Old Man Flanagan's Ghost from Far From Shore 29:27 "Foggy Dew" by Irish School of Music from Winter Air 32:47 "An Dro in Em / Breton March / Bus Stop by Ciana from Loneliest Road 38:01 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS 40:19 "I Drove My Father to Drink" by Syr from Home 43:19 "The Humours of Ballyhloglin / The Queen of the Rushes" by The Triskells from Irish Pub 46:55 "Open Listen Love Learn" by Derek Byrne and Paddygrass from Half and Half 52:06 "Summer School Waltz" by Gillian Boucher from Elemental 55:58 "Tonight's the Night" by Sliotar from Voyage 1:01:40 "The Teacher's Rant" by Ed Miller from The Edinburgh Rambler The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. 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With Carol’s "Response" we present,"Call & Response," covering "Another Day in the Diamond" & "Good Out Here" * Catching up is hard to do, for many reasons * Our regulars celebrate the 1st anniversary at The Diamond, but so time is unaccounted for * #LucianaGalvez is back? #NickClark ribs her for leaving * #AliciaClark's baseball grenades: weapon against #TheVultures? * The world has other plans for our self-sufficient Alexandria/The Prison * Enter Charlie & her least favorite food: swimming upstream sucks * 47 people saved: #MadisonClark cares about more than her own: How & What happened? * Awesome opening sequences, especially the music * Charlie's #RobertJohnson dilemma & #VictorStrand's concrete reminder * Nick's Agoraphobia/PTSD & our desire fully understand * The Vultures' suspicious timing: weevils destroy the crops * Enter Naomi, near-Exit Naomi! ...thanks salmon Madison! * Madison's strange #Walker foreshadowing * #TheLittlePrince Charlie * Why Madison swims upstream, "No one's gone till they're gone" * Nick's PTSD, manifests. Turnips in the apocalypse * Enter The Vultures: Responsible for the numbers on structures; Cataloged Walkers * Charlie's betrayal: Mel knows everything about our group (and how settlements tend to fall). Is chill but loses his cool, once: who is underestimating whom? * Madison & The Clarks still prep Charlie's room. Unlike previous seasons, The Clarks are in sync. Luciana shows Charlie she still has a place * Luciana questions our misfits over the 51 flag. Our regulars take #Althea's van & head towards area 51 * Althea extorts our regulars, reminding them (like #CarlGrimes did #RickGrimes & #Negan) that it’s people vs Walkers * Althea flips the script, but almost flips the SWAT van * Nick's purpose up in literal smoke, decides to venture out with Madison * Althea is a truth-seeker who places herself at risk to get at it * Babysitter #MorganJones with ADHD Nick. Peanut-butter protein bar callback * Morgan scouts, Nick finds his video. Morgan tries to protect Nick from The El Camino, but Nick savagely escapes * #JohnDorie's desire to find (#TWD #TheSaviors?) Laura while Strand questions Althea's motives - Savage Alicia wonders how she's lasted * Nick stumbles upon Bluebonnets: Mel stakes Charlie as his claim * Nick's #Tyrese hammer & Morgan's desire to save more than Nick's life. "Nick" rhymes with "Rick": coincidence? * Ennis & Charlie beat Madison & Nick in scavenging with the El Camino by scanning the radio * ...a tale of two Nicks: Inside Nick wouldn’t kill Ennis in front of Charlie. Afraid of Outside Nick * Morgan: vengeance not only makes you lose yourself, but also what you ultimately want * Althea deal, confirmed: they'll probably be sticking together from here on * Morgan: caught between a Vulture & Nick place: takes their advice & walks away * Morgan sees the Good out Here bluebonnets (all life is precious). Rushes back to Nick * Morgan “reaches” Nick: No one's gone, till they're gone * John hopes his Luciana still loves him * Althea's The Bog tapes. Callback to #Deanna's Alexandria interviews * Cinematic use of color during time shifts, particularly Nick’s death scene * As Nick falls, one wonders if Morgan wasn't wrong ("It won't turn out like you think") * Our feelings over Nick's passing * [Sneak Peeks] Althea's lens: Walker Ennis, covering Nick's body, Strand’s Interview, Group footage; Naomi, the group should move on; The water park in the next episode * [Sneak Peek] Mel's attempts at convincing Madison to join: food & safety. Madison backs her group. * [Sneak Peeks] Morgan would rather be on his own; Strand & Cole confronting (Vulture weaponized?) acupuncture #Walkers * More of Nick. Tons of questions only the past can answer. More of John Dorie, please. * The Vultures: definition of non-violent/non-confrontational. What happens with Madison & Naomi? Why was Nick desperate to end Ennis? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/squawkingdead/message
Our twentieth episode, which aired on December 6, 2013. Lunasa - Ryestraw, La Nua Tim Edey - JP's, Sailing Over the Seventh String CLOSET CLASSIC: Winston Scotty Fitzgerald - The Iron Man/Riddrie/Mrs. Douglas of Edman, Classic Cuts Dave Gunning - Broom O'The Cowdenknowes, Two-bit World Touchstone - The Primrose Lass/The Keel Gow/Green Grow the Rushes. Jealousy We Banjo 3 - Tie Me Down, Roots of the Banjo Tree Eamonn Coyne - Connaught Jigs, Through the Round Window Danu - Idir Aird Mhor Is Eochaill, All Things Considered The House Band - Pharoah, The World is a Wonderful Place Liz Carroll - Miss Cathy Chilcott/Fiddle Heaven/Fish On, On the Off Beat Interview with Liz Carroll Liz Carroll - Ten Acre Waltz, On the Off Beat
Show Notes: SatoriPrime.com/04 “Your body craves that dopamine, that rush, that great feeling of fulfilling an addiction” (click to tweet) Do you ever wonder why you keep doing the same things over and over again? Why you keep falling into the same business situations? Same relationships? Same habits? Addiction might be a factor you need to consider. Addiction can hinder us from leading a successful and fulfilling life, due to getting stuck in the same habits over and over again from the rush we receive when participating in these behaviors. Today we discuss how to break free of these habits, and the effect participating has on not only you, but the people around you, in addition to the positive outcomes breaking free will have on you and the future you choose to lead. “Addiction hijacks your brain” (click to tweet) The Cliff Notes: You train your body and your brain to affix on things, from a very young age. Every time you do x, your body will release dopamine or other happy hormones. Your body gets addicted to the chemical release. Every time you partake in the activity you are addicted to, the receptors celebrate. Rushes you receive can be from any form of addiction you are experiencing. Whether it’s food, fights, or anything in between. For any loop that you are stuck in, you may want to consider the possibility that there is a physical addiction to that emotional charge of the loop. When that rush happens, it is no longer you. You are a passenger in your own car. We all expect others to see what we’re thinking. It’s a phenomenon that occurs that we all experience, even though it is not right. We are obsessed with being right about everything. We think if we have enough information, we can be right about everything, making everyone else wrong. Responsibility is completely different than blame. Do not point fingers! The little voice you hear is usually speaking of things that have happened in the past. Example: “oh here they go again..” Everything you’ve learned in your (human development piece of) life has happened between 2-7. Growing up, what was your experience people made you wrong for? Most of the time our response is how the rest of the world is wrong. If you can think or imagine it, there is a human out there right not doing exactly that. “What are patterns in my life, that no matter what I’ve done, it seems to keep going around and around?” (click to tweet) Show Notes: SatoriPrime.com/04 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hay, Straw and Rushes in Irish Folk Tradition with Anne O'Dowd on the publication of her book published by the Irish Academic Press. Bairbre Ní Fhloinn, Criostóir MacCárthaigh and Clodagh Doyle also contribute. Recorded in the National Museum of Ireland: Country Life Division and in the National Folklore Collection, UCD.
Loretta McNary Live is a premier blog talk radio show created for an empowered, active, and diverse TV, radio, social media and online listening audience. LML uses a progressive live call in format to target an ever expanding market of online listeners wanting an impressive menu of meaningful, and authentic conversations in choosing their daily media. Our guest today is the award winning gospel artist Ami Rushes. Author and philanthropist, Ami Rushes, is back with her fifth studio effort STAND UP FOR JESUS, a project compiled of original songs from guest songwriters, produced by Kurt Carr-a first for Rushes who is known for paying homage to great gospel legends by remaking their songs. When asked what she wants her listeners to take from this project Rushes answers, "I want people to know that God is a healer, that nothing is impossible for the Lord, and I want people to be blessed and inspired and have renewed hope." She continues to explain, "I pray that someone who doesn't know the Lord will listen to this new music and hear something or feel something that will cause them to say, 'I want what I'm hearing,' and come to the saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ." As with all her releases, 10% of the proceeds from the sales of STAND UP FOR JESUS will benefit Save Africa's Children, a charity founded by her pastor, Bishop Charles E. Blake of the West Angeles Church of God in Christ in LA, California, which currently provides support to over 230 thousand children, in 400 orphan care programs, throughout more than 24 nations on the continent of Africa.
Världens viktigaste konstutställning, så brukar den kallas - Documenta - som äger rum i Kassel vart femte år. Denna upplaga, nummer 13, sprider sig också över världen, bland annat öppnar ett litet Documenta i Kabul nästa vecka. Kosmo har varit där och mött både konstscenens största namn och flera som kan få en knuff i karriären genom utställningen. 1955 var startpunkten för Documenta då grundare, konstnären och läraren Arnold Bode, lyfte fram den konst som nazisterna hade benämnt Entartete Kunst - degenererad konst – med verk från 20- och 30-talen av konstnärer som Kandinsky, Picasso och Nolde. Documenta har sedan haft fokus på samtida konst och sedan 1972 äger den rum vart femte år. I början visades det främst konst från Europa och USA, men så småningom kom utställningen att ta in resten av världen. Den 9:e juni öppnades Documenta 13 som pågår i hundra dagar. Vid rodret detta år är kuratorn Carolyn Christov-Barkagiev som i år sprider Documenta över världen och där också forskningen har en speciell plats. The Refusal of Time heter den numera världsberömda sydafrikanska konstnären Williams Kentridges verk. Det är en föreställning på cirka 20 minuter. I taket finns trattformade högtalare där olika röster och musik hörs, som William Kentridges egna funderingar över tidens filosofiska aspekter, som vad svarta hål är. Cecilia Blomberg mötte honom och där han berättar hur verket även handlar om hur man som konstnär ska lyckas att ta sig ur förutsägbara uttryck. Mårten Arndtzén har mött två konstnärer som också deltar i Documentas satelitutställning i Afghanistans huvudstad Kabul - Mariam Ghani och Michael Rakowitz. Båda utgår från hjärtat på Documenta: Fridericianum, byggt i slutet av 1700-talet och Europas första öppna, offentliga museum. Hör också den egyptiske konstnären Wael Shawky som, för två år sedan, påbörjade en serie filmer om korstågen, ur ett arabiskt perspektiv. Och den libanesiske konstnärer Rabih Mroué som både i sin föreläsning och installation på Hauptbahnhof analyserar i detalj mobilfilmade klipp från folkresningen i Syrien. På Documenta13 kretsar mycket av konsten kring historien. Den kanadensiska konstnären Janet Cardiff tar i sitt verk avstamp i den gamla centralstationen i Kassel och specifikt från spår 13 där transporter till Auschwitz och Theresienstadt avgick i början av 40-talet. I tyske Clemens von Wedemeyers videoninstallation Rushes tas man till Benedictinerklostret Breitenau strax söder om staden. En plats som bär på många lager av 1900-talshistoria. Före andra världskriget var Breitenau ett av de första koncentrationslägren. Under andra världskriget döptes det om till arbets- och uppfostringsläger. Efter kriget blev det en ungdomsvårdskola för flickor. Därefter har det varit öppen psykiatrisk anstalt, och historisk minnesplats. På Documenta 13: Mårten Arndtzén och Cecilia Blomberg Producent: Marie Liljedahl
Cap O’Rushes 3 Age 7 and up A daughter is left to wander the world when she makes her father angry. She comes to a marsh where reeds are growing. What will happen? Can she prove her father wrong? Click on the link to find out. A story from England. 11.53 mins. This … … Continue reading →