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The Business of Fashion Podcast
Unpacking Fashion's Role in Slowing Global Warming

The Business of Fashion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 28:35


The fashion industry is one of the world's worst polluters, and this week's grim report from the UN's IPCC made clear that change needs to come quickly.   This week, the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a new report from the world's top climate scientists, warning that global temperatures will rise 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2040 and underscoring that human influence is “unequivocally” responsible for global warming since the late 19th century. The fashion industry's greenhouse gas emissions are estimated to be between 4 and 10 percent of the global total. “In the last two years, many of the industry's biggest brands have taken steps to address emissions within their own supply chains,” says BoF deputy editor Brian Baskin. “It can be hard to tell how effective the industry's efforts have been and what else needs to be done to address climate change.” On this week's BoF Podcast, Baskin is joined by Michael Sadowski, a sustainability advisor and former vice president of sustainability at Nike; Laila Petrie, chief executive of sustainability consultancy 2050, which works with the Fashion Pact; and Hannah Phang, head of marketing and advocacy at sustainability consultancy Futerra to unpack fashion's role in slowing global warming. Real action on emissions will require collaboration across the industry and cooperation with investors, financial institutions and policymakers. “Fundamentally, this is a problem which no individual company can solve on its own,” says Petrie. “We have all sorts of intractable issues around infrastructure, around incentives, around policy and no one actor can really operate within that system without being affected by it.” The industry often offers carbon offsets as a climate change solution. But according to Sadowski, planting a tree or donating a dollar is not a path to achieving meaningful change. “The focus should be on reducing emissions. That's what the science says, that's what the NGOs work in the science-based target initiatives [say] — we must decarbonise all sectors, at a much more ambitious pace,” says Sadowski. A brand's messaging about sustainability is important, too. Providing accessible information on progress — and missteps — goes a long way. Beyond just being honest, “the other thing that consumers are interested in is: how are you helping them be more sustainable? How are you helping them be more climate friendly?” says Phang. Related Articles: A Crash Course on The BoF Sustainability Index The Climate Fix: Addressing Fashion's Emissions Problem The Sustainability Regulations That Could Reshape Fashion   Join BoF Professional for the analysis and advice you need. Get 30 days for just $1 or explore group subscriptions for your business.

Startup Tips by Michal Sadowski
Clubhouse for client acquisition. Basecamp controversy. Remote Work / Ep. #38

Startup Tips by Michal Sadowski

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 44:32


#GrowthTalks featuring Mick Griffin. In this episode we discuss:+Controversy around Basecamp. + Basecamp announced an internal ban on political talks. + Clubhouse - is it just a viral or a sensible platform for content creators and a potential valuable customer acquisition channel. + Remote work - what awaits us? Will the remote first or remote only model win? Or maybe something else?

Since Sliced Bread
How Simple Mills leverages buying power to promote regenerative agriculture

Since Sliced Bread

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 35:16


In this episode of Since Sliced Bread, Ms. Sadowski shares how she and Simple Mills came to that conclusion and what that looks like at the farm level.

Below the Belt Show
Interview: Actor Jake Robinson and Director Thomas Mazziotti from The Mimic(1/27/21)

Below the Belt Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 30:40


Below The Belt Show (www.belowthebeltshow.com) presents an exclusive interview with director Thomas Mazziotti and star Jake Robinson of the feature film comedy "The Mimic"! We talk to Thomas and Jake about this dark comedy that deals with the protagonist played by Thomas Sadowski and his sociopath neighbor! We talk to Jake about preparing for a sociopath character, making out with Gina Gershon and much more! We talk to Thomas about how the film is based on a real person, casting the actors including Gershon, Sadowski and the legendary Marilu Henner! The Mimic is available in select theaters and VOD on 2/5/21!

Below the Belt Show
Ep 706: Actor Jake Robinson and Director Thomas Mazziotti from The Mimic(1/27/21)

Below the Belt Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 151:51


Below The Belt Show (www.belowthebeltshow.com) presents another incredible episode this week featuring the director Thomas Mazziotti and star Jake Robinson of the feature film comedy "The Mimic"! We talk to Thomas and Jake about this dark comedy that deals with the protagonist played by Thomas Sadowski and his sociopath neighbor! We talk to Jake about preparing for a sociopath character, making out with Gina Gershon and much more! We talk to Thomas about how the film is based on a real person, casting the actors including Gershon, Sadowski and the legendary Marilu Henner! BTB’s host with the most Al Sotto and co-host Chachi McFly bring to you another entertaining program! This week we also welcome back "The Captain" Big Nick and voice-over actress extraordinaire, "The Adorable One" Ali Dash! So expect all the late-breaking news on pop culture, entertainment, and more! Listen to our gut busting humor, insightful commentary, and thought provoking opinions on the world of entertainment uncensored only on Below The Belt Show (www.belowthebeltshow.com)! Song Credits Classic Cut: Thompson Twins "Doctor Doctor" Closing Cut: Creed "Unforgiven"

Podcasty Radia Wnet / Warszawa 87,8 FM | Kraków 95,2 FM | Wrocław 96,8 FM / Białystok 103,9 FM
dr Andrzej Sadowski - prezydent Centrum im. Adama Smitha / Popołudnie WNET / 28.10.2020 r./

Podcasty Radia Wnet / Warszawa 87,8 FM | Kraków 95,2 FM | Wrocław 96,8 FM / Białystok 103,9 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020 14:25


Dr Andrzej Sadowski ocenia, że rządowa pomoc dla firm dotkniętych rządowymi obostrzeniami powinna być uzależniona od tego, czy pracownicy tych przedsiębiorstw, w czasie kiedy nie mogą wykonywać własnej pracy, odciążą od niektórych zadań administrację publiczną, głównie w zakresie cyfryzacji: Samo utrzymanie funkcjonowania firmy nie stanowi wartości dodanej. Nie możemy dopuścić, by ten czas zawieszenia był czasem straconym. Ekonomista wyrażą opinię, że rząd zmarnował pierwszą fazę kryzysu wywołanego pandemią koronawirusa. Jednym z najpoważniejszych zaniedbań jest brak ewidencji lekarzy, którzy mogą zostać zaangażowani do zwalczania pandemii. Gość "Popołudnia WNET" pytany o kwestię ewentualnego przywrócenia handlu w niedzielę mówi, że powinien to być jeden z wielu elementów głębokiej reformy polskiego systemu gospodarczego: Rząd ma znacznie większe narzędzia do zamiany tego kryzysu w pozytywny scenariusz, niż tylko rozdawanie zapomóg. Dr Sadowski tłumaczy, dlaczego przedsiębiorcy mniej chętnie wychodzą na ulice niż inne grupy społeczne. Dzieje się tak, ponieważ ludzie ci zajmują się przede wszystkim ciężką pracą na rzecz swoich rodzin i lokalnych społeczności, a protestują jedynie w sytuacjach skrajnych. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radiownet/message

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
White matter integrity requires continuous myelin synthesis at the inner tongue

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2020


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2020.09.02.279612v1?rss=1 Authors: Meschkat, M., Steyer, A. M., Weil, M.-T., Kusch, K., Jahn, O., Piepkorn, L., Agüi-Gonzalez, P., Phan, N. T., Ruhwedel, T., Sadowski, B., Rizzoli, S., Werner, H. B., Ehrenreich, H., Nave, K.-A., Möbius, W. Abstract: Myelin, the electrically insulating axonal sheath, is composed of lipids and proteins with exceptionally long lifetime. This raises the question how myelin function is affected by myelin turnover. We have studied the integrity of myelinated tracts after experimentally preventing the formation of new myelin in the CNS of adult mice, using an inducible Mbp null allele. Oligodendrocytes survived recombination, continued expressing myelin genes, but failed to maintain compacted myelin sheaths. Using 3D electron microscopy and mass spectrometry imaging we visualized myelin-like membranes that failed to incorporate adaxonally, most prominently at juxta-paranodes. Myelinoid body formation indicated degradation of existing myelin at the abaxonal side and at the inner tongue of the sheath. Compacted myelin thinning and shortening of internodes, with about 50% myelin lost after 20 weeks (=5 months), ultimately led to axonal pathology and neurological disease. These data reveal that functional axon-myelin units require the continuous incorporation of new myelin membranes. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info

PaperPlayer biorxiv biochemistry
A Multi-pronged Screening Approach Targeting Inhibition of ETV6 PNT Domain Polymerization

PaperPlayer biorxiv biochemistry

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2020


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2020.08.20.258525v1?rss=1 Authors: Gerak, C. A. N., Zhang, S. M., Balgi, A. D., Sadowski, I. J., Sessions, R. B., McIntosh, L. P., Roberge, M. Abstract: ETV6 is an ETS family transcriptional repressor for which head-to-tail polymerization of its PNT domain facilitates cooperative binding to DNA by its ETS domain. Chromosomal translocations frequently fuse the ETV6 PNT domain to one of several protein tyrosine kinases. The resulting chimeric oncoproteins undergo ligand-independent self-association, autophosphorylation, and aberrant stimulation of downstream signaling pathways leading to a variety of cancers. Currently, no small molecules inhibitors of ETV6 PNT domain polymerization are known and no assays targeting PNT domain polymerization have been described. In this study, we developed complementary experimental and computational approaches for identifying such inhibitory compounds. One mammalian cellular approach utilized a mutant PNT domain heterodimer system covalently attached to split Gaussia luciferase fragments. In this protein fragment complementation assay, inhibition of PNT domain heterodimerization reduces luminescence. A yeast assay took advantage of activation of the reporter HIS3 gene upon heterodimerization of mutant PNT domains fused to DNA-binding and transactivation domains. In this two-hybrid screen, inhibition of PNT domain heterodimerization prevents cell growth in medium lacking histidine. The Bristol University Docking Engine (BUDE) was used to identify virtual ligands from the ZINC8 library predicted to bind the PNT domain polymerization interfaces. Over 75 hits from these three assays were tested by NMR spectroscopy for binding to the purified ETV6 PNT domain. Although none were found to bind, lessons learned from this study may facilitate future approaches for developing therapeutics that act against ETV6 oncoproteins by disrupting PNT domain polymerization. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Developmental PCB exposure disrupts synaptic transmission and connectivity in the rat auditory cortex, independent of its effects on peripheral hearing threshold

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2020


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2020.07.28.224048v1?rss=1 Authors: Lee, C. M., Sadowski, R. N., Schantz, S. L., Llano, D. A. Abstract: Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) are enduring environmental toxicants and exposure is associated with neurodevelopmental deficits. The auditory system appears particularly sensitive, as previous work has shown that developmental PCB exposure causes both hearing loss and gross disruptions in the organization of the rat auditory cortex. However, the mechanisms underlying PCB-induced changes are not known, nor is it known if the central effects of PCBs are a consequence of peripheral hearing loss. Here, we study changes in both peripheral and central auditory function in rats with developmental PCB exposure using a combination of optical and electrophysiological approaches. Female rats were exposed to an environmental PCB mixture in utero and until weaning. At adulthood, auditory brainstem responses were measured, and synaptic currents were recorded in slices from auditory cortex layer 2/3 neurons. Spontaneous and miniature inhibitory postsynaptic currents (IPSCs) were more frequent in PCB-exposed rats compared to controls and the normal relationship between IPSC parameters and peripheral hearing was eliminated in PCB-exposed rats. No changes in spontaneous EPSCs were found. Conversely, when synaptic currents were evoked by laser photostimulation of caged-glutamate, PCB exposure did not affect evoked inhibitory transmission, but increased the total excitatory charge, the number and distance of sites that evoke a significant response. Together, these findings indicate that early developmental exposure to PCBs causes long-lasting changes in both inhibitory and excitatory neurotransmission in the auditory cortex that are independent of peripheral hearing changes, suggesting the effects are due to the direct impact of PCBs on the developing auditory cortex. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info

Halo.Radio
Beata Kawka 2020-05-29 @17:00

Halo.Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2020 84:18


Red. Kawka zaprasza na Rozmowy Bardzo Osobiste na antenie Halo.Radio. W audycji goszczą ludzie ze świata szeroko pojętego show-biznesu oraz tacy, którzy mogą podzielić się ze słuchaczami ciekawymi doświadczeniami. Gośćmi audycji będą: Ewa Garniec – reżyser światła, nie lubi kiedy się ją tak nazywa, woli projektant oświetlenia. „Robi” tzn. projektuje światło w wielu teatrach w Polsce. Jej projekty światła w spektaklach są zawsze fenomenalne. Mieszka i żyje w niewielkiej wsi pod Zamościem i nazywa je Zaziółek. Tam tworzy kremy, mydła i przetwory absolutnie ekologiczne. Dorota Landowska – aktorka i już niebawem reżyserka. Przemysław Sadowski oficjalnie – aktor, znany między innymi z seriali „Samo życie” czy „Na krawędzi”

Podcasty Radia Wnet / Warszawa 87,8 FM | Kraków 95,2 FM | Wrocław 96,8 FM / Białystok 103,9 FM
dr Andrzej Sadowski - prezydent Centrum im. Adama Smitha / Popołudnie WNET / 29.05.2020 r. /

Podcasty Radia Wnet / Warszawa 87,8 FM | Kraków 95,2 FM | Wrocław 96,8 FM / Białystok 103,9 FM

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2020 10:48


Dr Andrzej Sadowski komentuje kolejną obniżkę stóp procentowych przez Radę Polityki Pieniężnej. Ocenia, że ta decyzja nie jest oparta na wiedzy o sytuacji ekonomicznej na świecie i prognozach jej rozwoju. Jak mówi gość "Popołudnia WNET", obniżka stóp procentowych zniechęci Polaków do oszczędzania pieniędzy i osłabienia złotówki. jak tłumaczy ekspert, Polacy będą musieli w takiej sytuacji dłużej pracować na spłatę zobowiązań międzynarodowych. Część obserwatorów działań RPP mówi, że są one korzystne dla kredytobiorców. Dr Sadowski podkreśla, że banki z pewnością w inny sposób będą chciały wygenerować zysk kosztem klientów. Zdaniem ekonomisty polityka Rady Polityki Pieniężnej stanowi jedynie częściowe naśladownictwo strategii amerykańskiej Rezerwy Federalnej. Dr Sadowski ocenia, że tak szybkie obniżenie stóp procentowych pozbawia Radę kolejnych narzędzi do walki z kryzysem. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radiownet/message

New Books Network
Jathan Sadowski, "Too Smart" (MIT Press, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2020 49:06


The ubiquity of technology that collects massive volumes of all kinds of data lends itself to one overarching question: “What?” As in what is the purpose(s) of this collection? What are the benefits? And, what are the impacts? In his new book, Too Smart: How Digital Capitalism is Extracting Data, Controlling Our Lives, and Taking Over the World (MIT Press, 2020), Jathan Sadowski explores this question and those related in an investigation of the expansion of “smart” technologies – networked devices enabling automated data collection and use. In exploring the interests inherent in the design and deployment of smart technology, Sadowski, a Research Fellow in the Emerging Technologies Research Law at Monash University, investigates the political economy of digital capitalism, and the implications of continued reliance on and permeation of smart technology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Critical Theory
Jathan Sadowski, "Too Smart" (MIT Press, 2020)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2020 49:06


The ubiquity of technology that collects massive volumes of all kinds of data lends itself to one overarching question: “What?” As in what is the purpose(s) of this collection? What are the benefits? And, what are the impacts? In his new book, Too Smart: How Digital Capitalism is Extracting Data, Controlling Our Lives, and Taking Over the World (MIT Press, 2020), Jathan Sadowski explores this question and those related in an investigation of the expansion of “smart” technologies – networked devices enabling automated data collection and use. In exploring the interests inherent in the design and deployment of smart technology, Sadowski, a Research Fellow in the Emerging Technologies Research Law at Monash University, investigates the political economy of digital capitalism, and the implications of continued reliance on and permeation of smart technology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Sociology
Jathan Sadowski, "Too Smart" (MIT Press, 2020)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2020 49:06


The ubiquity of technology that collects massive volumes of all kinds of data lends itself to one overarching question: “What?” As in what is the purpose(s) of this collection? What are the benefits? And, what are the impacts? In his new book, Too Smart: How Digital Capitalism is Extracting Data, Controlling Our Lives, and Taking Over the World (MIT Press, 2020), Jathan Sadowski explores this question and those related in an investigation of the expansion of “smart” technologies – networked devices enabling automated data collection and use. In exploring the interests inherent in the design and deployment of smart technology, Sadowski, a Research Fellow in the Emerging Technologies Research Law at Monash University, investigates the political economy of digital capitalism, and the implications of continued reliance on and permeation of smart technology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Law
Jathan Sadowski, "Too Smart" (MIT Press, 2020)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2020 49:06


The ubiquity of technology that collects massive volumes of all kinds of data lends itself to one overarching question: “What?” As in what is the purpose(s) of this collection? What are the benefits? And, what are the impacts? In his new book, Too Smart: How Digital Capitalism is Extracting Data, Controlling Our Lives, and Taking Over the World (MIT Press, 2020), Jathan Sadowski explores this question and those related in an investigation of the expansion of “smart” technologies – networked devices enabling automated data collection and use. In exploring the interests inherent in the design and deployment of smart technology, Sadowski, a Research Fellow in the Emerging Technologies Research Law at Monash University, investigates the political economy of digital capitalism, and the implications of continued reliance on and permeation of smart technology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Technology
Jathan Sadowski, "Too Smart" (MIT Press, 2020)

New Books in Technology

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2020 49:06


The ubiquity of technology that collects massive volumes of all kinds of data lends itself to one overarching question: “What?” As in what is the purpose(s) of this collection? What are the benefits? And, what are the impacts? In his new book, Too Smart: How Digital Capitalism is Extracting Data, Controlling Our Lives, and Taking Over the World (MIT Press, 2020), Jathan Sadowski explores this question and those related in an investigation of the expansion of “smart” technologies – networked devices enabling automated data collection and use. In exploring the interests inherent in the design and deployment of smart technology, Sadowski, a Research Fellow in the Emerging Technologies Research Law at Monash University, investigates the political economy of digital capitalism, and the implications of continued reliance on and permeation of smart technology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society
Jathan Sadowski, "Too Smart" (MIT Press, 2020)

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2020 49:06


The ubiquity of technology that collects massive volumes of all kinds of data lends itself to one overarching question: “What?” As in what is the purpose(s) of this collection? What are the benefits? And, what are the impacts? In his new book, Too Smart: How Digital Capitalism is Extracting Data, Controlling Our Lives, and Taking Over the World (MIT Press, 2020), Jathan Sadowski explores this question and those related in an investigation of the expansion of “smart” technologies – networked devices enabling automated data collection and use. In exploring the interests inherent in the design and deployment of smart technology, Sadowski, a Research Fellow in the Emerging Technologies Research Law at Monash University, investigates the political economy of digital capitalism, and the implications of continued reliance on and permeation of smart technology. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Handelsblatt Disrupt
Earlybird-Partner Brandis: “Daten sind die Währung der Zukunft”

Handelsblatt Disrupt

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2020 54:53


Hendrik Brandis hat den Wagniskapitalgeber Earlybird vor 23 Jahren gegründet. Im Podcast spricht er über die wichtigsten Technologietrends in Deutschland, die Digitalisierung der Industrie - und Daten als die Währung der Zukunft. Außerdem: Ein Gespräch mit Tom Sadowski, dem früheren Head of App-Store von Apple in Deutschland. Sadowski hat gerade das Buch “App Store Confidential” veröffentlicht, in dem er auch über seine Zeit bei Apple schreibt. Das ist bei dem US-Konzern gar nicht gut angekommen, das Unternehmen versucht das Buch nun zu verhindern. —- Haben Sie Fragen, Kritik oder Anregungen? Dann treten Sie unserer Handelsblatt Disrupt LinkedIn-Gruppe bei und schreiben Sie uns unter: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8836249/. Sie können Sebastian Matthes auch bei Twitter (@smatthes) oder per Mail (matthes@handelsblatt.com) kontaktieren.

Dla Pieniędzy Podcast
#8 - SKĄD SIĘ BIERZE WZROST CEN?

Dla Pieniędzy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2020 41:42


Wydaje ci się, że wszystko ciągle drożeje? Ceny ważnych produktów i usług idą w górę? Skąd to się bierze? Razem z gościem - ekonomistą, twórcą i prezydentem centrum im. Adama Smith’a, Andrzejem Sadowskim zastanowimy się wspólnie nad przyczynami rosnących cen, ale nie tylko. Szerzej po mówimy też o inflacji na świecie oraz o polityce banków centralnych w tym NBP, EBC czy FED.

Wszystko Co Nas Kręci
#007: Brand24 kontra Facebook - o co tak naprawdę chodzi?

Wszystko Co Nas Kręci

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2019 61:30


O CZYM MÓWIMY?Wyobraźcie sobie sytuację kiedy prowadzicie rozpędzony niczym TGV biznes i nagle, pewnego ranka, dostajecie na maila informację, że Wasze konta na portalach społecznościowych zostały (tymczasowo) zablokowane. Z dnia na dzień zostajecie odcięci od kilku ważnych dla Was kanałów komunikacji z klientami. Do tego dochodzi artykuł podważający Waszą działalność, a w sieci roi się od domysłów dlaczego doszło do tej blokady. Akcje Waszej firmy tracą na wartości, a klienci zaczynają poważnie zastanawiać się czy kontunuuować z Wami współpracę.Z taką sytuacją spotkał się nasz gość Michał Sadowski, CEO Brand24. Po publikacji w amerykańskiej wersji Business Insider artykułu, w którym autor podważył legalność zbierania danych przez jego firmę, Facebook i Instagram zablokowały nie tylko konta firmowe, ale także prywatne. W jednej chwili został odcięty, niczym ryba od tlenu, od swoich klientów, fanów oraz znajomych. Jak zareagował? Jaki wpływ miało to na jego firmę? Jak sobie z tym radzi? Jak wygląda procedura odwołania w Facebooku? To niektóre z pytań, które padły podczas tej rozmowy. Ważnej rozmowy dla każdego przedsiębiorcy, który wykorzystuje social media w swoim biznesie. W odcinku znajdziecie nie tylko porady jak zarządzać firmą w kryzysie. To odcinek naszpikowany cechami, które powinien posiadać każdy lider. Nie będziemy owijać w bawełnę - to najlepszy odcinek w naszej krótkiej historii. Jesteśmy ciekawi też reakcji portali na naszą publikację - być może to nasz ostatni wpis :) Dlatego właśnie Mariusz powtarza jak mantrę gdzie możecie nas dodatkowo znaleźć :)Życzymy miłego słuchania i zachęcamy do udostępniania i polecania wszystkim, którzy opierają swój biznes na wykorzystaniu social mediów.

GREG ALBRECHT PODCAST
#74 Wojtek Sadowski – Packhelp: od szkolnej przyjaźni do rewolucyjnej usługi dla e-commerce

GREG ALBRECHT PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2019 88:30


Wojtek Sadowski – zanim z przyjaciółmi otworzył Packhelp (Zapakuj.to) pracował w branży marketingowej i prowadził swoją własną agencję kreatywną. Dziś prowadzi Packhelp – firmę, która transformuje rynek druku i wspiera tworzenie doświadczeń klientów sklepów internetowych. Packhelp to tysiące klientów, ponad 90-osobowy zespół oraz ponad 10 milionów dolarów pozyskane od inwestorów. Wojtek jest laureatem nagrody 30 under 30 magazynu Forbes. Z odcinka dowiesz się m.in:– jakie narzędzia do pracy na danych pozwalają podejmować Packhelp lepsze decyzje biznesowe,– jak znaleźć korzyści i wyeliminować ryzyka budowania firmy z przyjaciółmi,– jak identyfikować szansę biznesową by stworzyć produkt, który będzie potrzebny,– czy doświadczenia z korporacji przydają się w prowadzeniu biznesu,– jak skutecznie uczyć się z YouTube i czerpać wiedzę z case studies,– jak wyjść z sytuacji konfliktu i porozumieć się z kimś, kto ma tendencje do awanturowania się.Transkrypcję odcinka i wideo znajdziesz tu:http://www.gregalbrecht.io/wojteksadowskiZasubskrybuj Greg Albrecht Podcast, a potem dołącz do klubu, by mieć dostęp do ekskluzywnych materiałów i wpływ na kształt tego podcastu:http://www.gregalbrecht.io/klub

GREG ALBRECHT PODCAST
#74 Wojtek Sadowski – Packhelp: od szkolnej przyjaźni do rewolucyjnej usługi dla e-commerce

GREG ALBRECHT PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2019 88:30


Wojtek Sadowski – zanim z przyjaciółmi otworzył Packhelp (Zapakuj.to) pracował w branży marketingowej i prowadził swoją własną agencję kreatywną. Dziś prowadzi Packhelp – firmę, która transformuje rynek druku i wspiera tworzenie doświadczeń klientów sklepów internetowych. Packhelp to tysiące klientów, ponad 90-osobowy zespół oraz ponad 10 milionów dolarów pozyskane od inwestorów. Wojtek jest laureatem nagrody 30 under 30 magazynu Forbes. Z odcinka dowiesz się m.in:– jakie narzędzia do pracy na danych pozwalają podejmować Packhelp lepsze decyzje biznesowe,– jak znaleźć korzyści i wyeliminować ryzyka budowania firmy z przyjaciółmi,– jak identyfikować szansę biznesową by stworzyć produkt, który będzie potrzebny,– czy doświadczenia z korporacji przydają się w prowadzeniu biznesu,– jak skutecznie uczyć się z YouTube i czerpać wiedzę z case studies,– jak wyjść z sytuacji konfliktu i porozumieć się z kimś, kto ma tendencje do awanturowania się.Transkrypcję odcinka i wideo znajdziesz tu:http://www.gregalbrecht.io/wojteksadowskiZasubskrybuj Greg Albrecht Podcast, a potem dołącz do klubu, by mieć dostęp do ekskluzywnych materiałów i wpływ na kształt tego podcastu:http://www.gregalbrecht.io/klub

Health Professional Radio - Podcast 454422
Hormonal Health and Wellness

Health Professional Radio - Podcast 454422

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2019 11:33


Dr. George E. Sadowski, MD, head of research and development for Nourishing Biologicals Skin Institute, has developed an interest in functional medicine and has a specialty in anti-aging elements and transdermal delivery systems. He discusses the role of hormones, hormonal deficit, and wellness as we age. Listen to more health-related stories and research updates at www.hpr.fm

Sourcing Matters.show
ep. 36: Shauna Sadowski - Head of Sustainability, Natural & Organic at General Mills

Sourcing Matters.show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2018 49:48


On episode 36 we welcome Shauna Sadowski - Head of Sustainability, Natural & Organic Operating Unit at General Mills. "The way we manage agricultural lands is driving many environmental and social challenges and I seek to create solutions that account for a more balanced, triple-bottom line (people, planet and profits) outcome. I care deeply about the food that ends up on your plate and work to create a healthy and balanced system for people and the planet" explains Sadowski about our role in properly managing natural resources to feed ourselves moving forward. Throughout the 45 minute conversation Shauna shares some interesting anecdotes of situations that have arisen in her time at as VP at Annie's, and most recently while managing the organic allotment of General Mills' vast arsenal of products.  "I believe that food companies have an opportunity and a responsibility to play a significant and positive role in creating a more sustainable food system. I work cross-functionally and throughout the industry to create programs that enable transparency to the farm and a deeper understanding of how our agricultural and farming systems connect to the foods we eat."   Earlier this year Annie's and General Mills launched a wireframe for their regenerative scorecard.  The objective of the scorecard tool is to encourage producer commitment and consumer awareness to soil health.  It seems a shared language would be a big win for food values.  Now, heading up Sustainability and Organic brands for a fortune 500 company with 38,000 employees - Shauna continues to demonstrate her commitment to moving the industry more regenerative through creatives approaches that bridge a production divide.    It's interesting stuff - have a listen:

Quick Question
Checking Our Egos With Ross Golan

Quick Question

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2018 40:23


We sit down with songwriter and fellow podcaster Ross Golan.  Ross has worked with just about everyone in the music business and has written huge hits like My House, Same Old Love and Dangerous Woman (to name just a few).  Ross also hosts an amazing podcast all about songwriting called "And The Writer Is..."  When he joined us at Studio QQ he put our egos in check when we ask him about the ins and outs of compromising with perfectionists. Be a Quickie and make sure to follow us on the socials @QuickQPod!

Email [i] Marketing Podcast
EiM 016 - Piotr Sadowski - Jak prowadzić firmę w modelu SaaS i jak być skutecznym przedsiębiorcą.

Email [i] Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2018 50:44


Dzisiaj zapraszam Was do wysłuchania drugiej części mojej rozmowy z Piotrkiem Sadowskim z Webankiety. Tym razem nie będziemy rozmawiać o badaniu satysfakcji klienta, o robieniu badań internetowych, a skupieniu się na byciu przedsiębiorcą. Porozmawiamy o tym jak prowadzić biznes SAASowy, jak łączyć tę rolę z byciem ojcem, mężem, jak to wszystko ogarnąć tak aby odnosić sukcesy. Bardzo gorąco zapraszam Cię do wysłuchania mojej rozmowy z Piotrkiem.

Email [i] Marketing Podcast
EiM 016 - Piotr Sadowski - Jak prowadzić firmę w modelu SaaS i jak być skutecznym przedsiębiorcą.

Email [i] Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2018 50:44


Dzisiaj zapraszam Was do wysłuchania drugiej części mojej rozmowy z Piotrkiem Sadowskim z Webankiety. Tym razem nie będziemy rozmawiać o badaniu satysfakcji klienta, o robieniu badań internetowych, a skupieniu się na byciu przedsiębiorcą. Porozmawiamy o tym jak prowadzić biznes SAASowy, jak łączyć tę rolę z byciem ojcem, mężem, jak to wszystko ogarnąć tak aby odnosić sukcesy. Bardzo gorąco zapraszam Cię do wysłuchania mojej rozmowy z Piotrkiem.

11 O'Clock Comics Podcast
11 O'Clock Comics Episode 532

11 O'Clock Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2018 148:43


Book of the Month: JSA by Geoff Johns Book One featuring the work of David Goyer, James Robinson, Stephen Sadowski, Michael Bair, Buzz, Scott Benefiel, Mark Propst, Derek Aucoin, Marcos Martin, Keith Champagne, Alan Davis, Mark Farmer, and John Kalisz!

Quick Question
The 2017 Holiday Special

Quick Question

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2017 41:34


‘Tis the season to put out a special Holiday themed episode. Enjoy our holiday gift to you as we talk about Santa, the Elf On The Shelf and Ambrosia salad. Be a Quickie and make sure to follow us on the socials @QuickQPod!

Succotash, The Comedy Soundcast Soundcast
Succotash Epi160: Chattin' AND Clippin'

Succotash, The Comedy Soundcast Soundcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2017 97:05


Yes, it’s me, Marc Hershon. Host and haberdasher for Epi160 of Succotash, the Comedy Soundcast Soundcast.It’s been a couple of weeks since we last dropped a ‘sode. Apologies, but life gets busy. Suffice to say we’re back.  And we’ve got a bit of a mixed bag so it’s kind of half Succotash Clips and half Succotash Chats this time around. On the Clips side we have a couple of snippets uploaded to us by soundcasters themselves. A bit of a show called Nothing's Good and another from a soundcast called Pretty Gross.  Over in the Chats department, I’ve got some interviews leftover from the 6th Los Angeles Podcast Festival that took place I nearly October. Chris Mancini, one of the co-founders of the Podfest, Jonathan Sadowski and Travis Clark from the Quick Question soundcast, Murray Valeriano from the Road Stories soundcast, and Chris Gore, who stopped by and we did kind of a simulcast – the interview has already been heard on his Film Threat soundcast. In addition, we have a double dose of our Burst O’ Durst segment with political comedian and social commentator Will Durst. Get over to http://WillDurst.com to get a line on Durst Case Scenario, his one man show that’s been extended, playing every Tuesday night at the Marsh Theater in San Francisco. And also where he’s headlining with his comedy stylings. Plus the Big Fat Year End Kiss Off Show he does every year will be falling into place about now, and you can get times and places where that will be up on his homesite. You can also follow Will on Twitter @WillDurst and on Facebook, too!  The whole shootin’ match is brought to you by the good folks at Henderson’s Pants, featuring their Turkey Trousers just in time for Thanksgiving. Gobble 'em up! SUCCOTASH LIVE AT LAST Before we get further into this episode, I wanted to let you know that Succotash will be having the first LIVE episode we’ve done since this year’s San Francisco Sketchfest. It’s going to be at next year’s Sketchfest, on Sunday, January 14th, 5:30 PM at Piano Fight in downtown San Francisco. I’m not sure which guests we’ll have yet. Waiting to see whose in town that weekend. But I will tell you this – it may be the LAST episode of Succotash, at least in it’s current form. CLIPS Nothing's GoodWe heard from the Nothing’s Good soundcast when a guy named Adam direct-uploaded their premiere episode to our Hightail link with this note: “Here's the first episode of my podcast. It's a story telling podcast about messed up things that have happened to you. Use whatever you'd like from it.” There’s been about half dozen episodes since the one this clip came from, entitled “Slimy Peaches”. And so far there’s not a lot of information on their homesite. The About link reads: “Stories of failure and regret, by the worlds foremost regrettable failures. A storytelling podcast of things gone awry.” Pretty GrossGrabbing another clip out of the Hightail direct upload bucket. This time we have a chunk of a relatively new show, call Pretty Gross, hosted by Alyssa and Kayla. Here’s the note they included: “Hey there! Here's a clip from Pretty Gross, episode 2, "Google It!: A Pretty Gross Halloween Special." In it, Alyssa & Kayla talk about their recollections of learning about womanhood, and how they don't want any of those questions answered by their moms. Enjoy!” That’s going to do it for epi160 of Succotash, the Comedy Soundcast Soundcast. The next installment is going to feature a bunch of clip from horror and sci-fi movie soundcasts. Associate Producer Tyson Saner and I had harvested like 10 clips  which I was going to use for aspecial show with the Monster Party soundcast guys, but that never happened So before these clips pass their expiration dates, I figured we better make use of them.  Until next time, thanks for passing the Succotash.   — Marc Hershon

Quick Question
Grabbing A Freshy With Chef Michael Voltaggio (LIVE From LA PodFest)

Quick Question

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2017 50:18


It’s our first live show AND our first guest! This episode was recorded live on Oct 8th, 2017 at the LA Pod Festival in the Millennium Biltmore Hotel. Our guest was Chef Michael Voltaggio (@MVoltaggio) In addition to being an awesome podcast guest Chef Voltaggio is also the winner of Top Chef, a successful restaurateur and a father so we asked him… “Do you ever get overwhelmed?”   Soon we start talking about pumpkin spice, a turkey conspiracy, Pinkberry, first jobs, rom-coms, dance movies and Travis’ suit. We were thrilled to be a part of LA PodFest AND to have Chef Voltaggio as a guest.  Grab yourself a freshy and check out this episode of double firsts for us! Be a Quickie and make sure to follow us on the socials @QuickQPod!

Quick Question
Dressing Up For The Octobers

Quick Question

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2017 38:45


Happy October, Quickies! In keeping with the spirit of the season Jonathan asks, “How do you feel about dressing up?” We talk about Halloween costumes / couple’s costumes and the risks of being too obscure. We also dispel some zombie myths and admit we’re in a somewhat open relationship. Be a Quickie and make sure to follow us on the socials @QuickQPod!

Quick Question
Space Space

Quick Question

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2017 43:14


It’s time to talk about space! Travis asks Jonathan his opinion about outer space and soon we are knee deep in aliens, moon conspiracies, space stations, time dilation, zero g’s, breakaway civilizations and of course black holes.  We even come up with our own X rated version of the future of space exploration. Be a Quickie and make sure to follow us on the socials @QuickQPod!

Quick Question
Time Traveling Strip Club

Quick Question

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2017 41:15


It’s time to talk about time! Jonathan asks about time travel possibilities and we jump into many discussions that range from the multiverse, religion, the past, the future and whether or not duck’s have nipples. Be a Quickie and make sure to follow us on the socials @QuickQPod!

Quick Question
Milk In The Bucket

Quick Question

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2017 40:12


This week’s question seemed simple enough but as usual the answers get complicated. Travis asks, “Do you Believe In Witchcraft?” Hexes, curses and even superstitions make their way into this episode. We even talk about energy, karma and crystals. But since life is all about balance we decided to invent a few new superstitions of our own. Learn what you need to say three and half times to be wrapped in good fortune and remember when things are going well, that’s “Milk In The Bucket!” Be a Quickie and make sure to follow us on the socials @QuickQPod!

Quick Question
Sheriff Hot Dog's Summer Vacation

Quick Question

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2017 43:52


As summer starts to wind down Jonathan asks: "What's your favorite childhood summer vacation?" A cannibal Southern horse, Ronnie James Dio, nostalgia, the Schwartz Hotel in Wisconsin, camping trips, a robbery, cliff jumping, carnivals, high school detention, street meat, a hot dog sheriff and the fact that Travis thinks Dirty Dancing and Footloose are the same movie all get brought into the conversation.  Listen till the end to figure out how it all fits together! Be a Quickie and make sure to follow us on the socials @QuickQPod!

Quick Question
Clown Secrets

Quick Question

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2017 39:32


This week the Quick Question is... "Are you good at keeping secrets?"  The answer involves lost turtles, magic, Club 33, celebrity crushes, the real Reno and Travis' clowning past. Be a Quickie and make sure to follow us on the socials @QuickQPod!

Quick Question
Complimenting The Sad Cowboy

Quick Question

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2017 43:24


Welcome to Quick Question!  Each week Jonathan and Travis will start off the show with by asking a quick question and then we see where the conversation goes. This episode's question: “How Do You Feel About Compliments?”

Récréation sonore
Récréation Sonore – Lie Mineure // 15.01.17

Récréation sonore

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2017 49:08


Lie Mineure un documentaire étonnantprésenté par Récréation Sonore.  Vallée de l'Ouzoum - Hautes PyrénéesLie Mineure est né dans la vallée de L'Ouzoum en France, dans les Hautes Pyrénées, et s'applique à nous faire découvrir un village et une langue en voie de disparition "le bigourdan" à  partir de mots de 3 époques :Un bulletin paroissial écrit en 1914Des témoignages recueillis dans les années 80 par l'Abbé LarrouyLes commentaires de ce même abbé en 2014 sur cette culture qui se perd à la collecteure de mémoire de Lie Mineure, ainsi qu'une création sonore à partir de la captation de son à cette même époque. Bulletin paroissial du village d'Arbéost - 1914Lie parce qu'au cours des transformations d'un siècle quelque chose se dépose.Lie, comme une injonction singulière à lire un passé.Lie du verbe lier conjugué à la première personne du présent.Mineure pour le mode et ses formes harmoniques, mélodiques, naturelles.Mineure pour la minorité, les langues intimes.Mineure pour approcher des notes extrêmes. Ce documentaire a été produit par :Manoell Bouillet - écriture et voix , Laure Carrier - prise de son et montage,Denis Cointe - réalisation, David Couturge - mixage,Marion Débats - collecteure de mémoire, Didier Lasserre - création musicale,L'association d'Oun-bienes-oun-bas, La maison de la Vallée de Luz,La Radio Fréquence Luz, L'association TRANSLATION. Émission préparée par Anaïs Sadowski

Récréation sonore
Récréation Sonore : Celles du foot // 20.11.16

Récréation sonore

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2016 41:00


Celles du footUn documentaire de Julien BaroghelLes filles... oui mais celles du foot, nous racontent leurs espoirs, leurs déceptions, leurs histoires d'amour, leurs chagrins à travers leur passion du ballon rond en questionnant les thèmes du genre, de l'homophobie et de l'amitié. Avec les joueuses du club du Mirail à Toulouse :Marion, Orianna, Ingrid, Justine, Océane et Marie-Charlotte Vous souhaitez en savoir plus sur Julien?Rendez-vous sur https://vimeo.com/julienbaroghel Réalisation de l'émission : Anaïs Sadowski

Radio Phonic Audio
MB - Undercover Boss

Radio Phonic Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2016 10:43


The first episode of Radio Phonic Audio's new series Mob Busters. Detectives Callahan, O'Malley, and Sadowski must go undercover to infiltrate the notorious Maricuso crime family.

Récréation sonore
Récréation Sonore : Premiers documentaires sonores // 06.03.16

Récréation sonore

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2016


Premiers documentaires sonoresCette semaine Récréation Sonore diffuse 3 premiers documentaires d'ex-étudiantes du CREADOC, l'école de la création documentaire sonore et cinématographique, ou 3 sujets de société.D'abord, une entrée en matière avec "Une journée d'enfant" de Xiofang Fang : Elle compare l'éducation chinoise et l'éducation française en maternelle.Ensuite nous écouterons "Trajectoires" d'Irène Hervois qui questionne la mise en marge de la société de plusieurs personnes.Et enfin "Au point de genre" d'Anaïs Sadowski nous emmène chez Marie et Victoria, deux femmes transsexuelles. En fin d'émission : le journal de la création sonore de Joyce Conroy-Aktouche. https://www.radiocampusparis.org/radiocousuemain/http://www.facebook.com/events/200206260336898/http://www.graphoui.org/2014/?portfolio=les-petits-gouters-du-sonorehttp://www.hetwarmwatter.be/http://www.syntone.fr/agenda/journee-territoires-du-documentaire-sonore/http://www.penicheadelaide.com/http://www.acsr.be/http://www.facebook.com/events/1084663694897537/http://www.nicolasfrize.com/ 

Récréation sonore
Récréation sonore : 13ème festival Longueur d’ondes // 07.02.16

Récréation sonore

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2016


Récréation Sonore spéciale13ème festival Longueur d'ondesCe dimanche, l'équipe de Récréation Sonore était à Brest, et participait à l'émission collective de Radio Campus France, consacrée au documentaire.Nous vous en proposons quelques morceaux choisis :les interviews du responsable éditorial d'Arte Radio Sylvain Gire, de Laëtitia Audinet et Anaïs Denaux du collectif nantais Le Bruitagène, de Simon Prieur et Nicolas Vercambre, étudiants de l'Ecole Nationale Supérieure Louis Lumière, qui remportent cette année le prix Longueur d'ondes dans la catégorie petites ondes avec leur pièce 30 stagiaires et 3 mâts et enfin d'Irène Omelianenko, conseillère de programme documentaire de France Culture et coordinatrice de production des émissions Sur les Docks et Creation on Air.  Une émission réalisée par François Bordonneau, Juliette Médevielle et Anaïs Sadowski 

Récréation sonore
Récréation Sonore : Best Of Nouvel An // 03.01.16

Récréation sonore

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2015 57:15


Comme chaque année, l'équipe de Récréation Sonore vous a concocté un "meilleur de" pour le Nouvel an. En d'autres mots, des sons produits par nous tous que nous voulions vous faire découvrir ou redécouvrir.[caption id="attachment_27330" align="aligncenter" width="775"] Best of Bonne Année[/caption]Demandez le programme: Voyage au Vietnam 2ème épisode - François Bordonneau – 10’Micro nu au soleil – Juliette Medevielle – 4’Boxing – Coralie Gourdon - 17’Idéations et Enfantement – Anaïs Sadowski – 18’ Une émission collective réalisée par Joyce Conroy-Aktouche

Récréation sonore
Récréation Sonore – 23 juin Mode d’emploi // 15.11.15

Récréation sonore

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2015


23 Juin Mode d'emploiHommage à Bartlebooth et Georges Perec Autour d'une table-damier décorée de sachets de tisane, d'oeufs à la coque, de vin blanc et de pommes, le collectif Bartlebooth se prête à une cérémonie originale en l'honneur de l'auteur du roman "La vie Mode d'emploi". C'est ainsi qu'au centre d'une pièce ornée d'aquarelles, d'échiquiers remplis de chiffres et de symboles divers, leur pièce de puzzle imprimée au tampon sur la main et leur badge-signature sur le coeur, les membres du collectif entonnent en liturgie la composition habile d'un écrivain de génie."C'est le vingt-trois juin mille neuf cent soixante-quinze et il sera dans un instant huit heures du soir. Assis devant son puzzle, Bartlebooth vient de mourir." Georges Perec    Un documentaire d'Anaïs Sadowski illustré par une affiche d'Anaïs Delaroche.Remerciements à Anne, Isabelle, Nicolas, Michel, Julien, Anaïs, Pierre, Marie, Benjamin, Guillaume, Eric, Marie Le Sage, Erika et Sophie des puzzles Michèle Wilson.  Suivi du Journal de la Création Sonore par Joyce Conroy-Aktouche. 

Récréation sonore
Récréation Sonore : Une heure dans le métro – le 5/04/2015

Récréation sonore

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2015 60:08


Métro. Une balade sonore d'une heure dans le métro de Paris, de couloir en escalier, de rame à pneus en escalator... Ce soir, nous descendons et passons 58 minutes sous terre, dans les entrailles de Paris, avant de ressortir, épuisés mais contents, quelque part sur la ligne 11... [caption id="attachment_15325" align="aligncenter" width="573"] Il y a du monde là dessous ![/caption] Nous avons volé et virevolté, de ligne 5 en 8 en 9 en 12 en 10 ; nous avons parlé de construction, de tunnels, de passages sous la Seine et de congélation du sol ; nous avons parlé de la profondeur des lignes, de publicité et puis des quelques films qui ont été tournés ici bas... Enfin, et c'est une première universelle, nous avons testé un prototype de micro qui permet, à travers les murs et les strates du sol, d'entendre tout ce qu'il se passe dans Paris. Une heure de balade un peu débridée donc, enregistrée à 100 % sur le terrain ou plutôt sous le terrain ! [caption id="attachment_15326" align="aligncenter" width="548"] En sortiront-ils ?[/caption] Pour nous accompagner de ci de là, nous avons sollicité Julian Pepinster et Jean-Emmanuel Terrier de l'Association D'Exploitation du Matériel Sprague (Ademas). Cette association préserve et entretient depuis vingt ans d'antiques et mythiques rames Sprague vieilles d'un siècle, tout en organisant des visites guidées du métro. Plus d'infos sur www.ademas-assoc.com --------------------------------------------------------------- Une heure dans le métro, une création radiophonique d'Anaïs Sadowski et François Bordonneau. Avec des extraits sonores de La Grosse Caisse, film d'Alex Joffé (1965) et Subway, film de Luc Besson (1985). Musiques additionnelles d'Eric Serra, tirées de la bande originale de Subway. Le chanteur lyrique interprète l' « Air du Commandeur » de Don Giovani (W.A. Mozart).  

GI 101
What is an esophageal motility test?

GI 101

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2015 6:53


In this episode, Dr. Sadowski reviews the principles of esophageal manometry. Indications and contraindications are discussed. Some examples of motility disorders seen with esophageal manometry are presented.

Récréation sonore
Raconte-moi ton métier, parle-moi du boulot ! 22/03/2015

Récréation sonore

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2015


  Travail, boulot, emploi, job. Travailler, bosser. CV, entretien, compétences, expériences, profession, métier ! On a tous un métier, un a tous des expériences, on devra tous faire un CV.  Alors on a tous de quoi en parler ! Récréation Sonore vous propose de connaître un peu mieux le métier d'enseignant, de RH, de technicien en déplacement et même de dessinateur.   Au programme, Peigner la girafe  réalisé par Rodolphe Alexis et produite par Arte Radio. En suite le témoignage d'une enseignante d'Histoire Géographie en lycée. Un extrait du roman Les enfants Tanner de Robert Walser, interprété par Anaïs Sadowski. Les expériences de voyage de travail en Chine d'Arnaud, technicien mécanique. Suivi par C'est comme ça la vie, pièce réalisée par Elsa Daynac et produite par Arte Radio. On donne le micro à une jeune chargée de recrutement. Pour finir, la cerise sur le gâteau : le témoignage d'une très jeune étudiante en Arts appliqués réalisé par Sonia Leyglene. On clôture avec la voix nue de Nicolas Glorieux.      Extraits du film Entre les murs  Musiques Bang bang Parabellum Traditionnelles chinoises  Dong    Visuel Lazy McCouchPotato   Une récréation sonore proposée par Marcela López Romero et avec la grande collaboration de Sonia Leyglene.  

Récréation sonore
7 hommes et 2 micros

Récréation sonore

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2015


7 hommes et 2 micros.            Une semaine après la Saint-Valentin, les déclarations d’amour, l’homme qui invite au restaurant et qui offre des fleurs, Récréation sonore vous propose de revenir sur ce qu’est un homme, sur la définition même de la masculinité. A travers les expériences très diverses de Samuel, Nassim, Jonathan, Odilon, Roberto, Laurent et Jeff nous vous proposons de parcourir la masculinité, notion complexe et en perpétuelle évolution. Depuis les clichés et les idéaux masculins jusqu’à l’oppressante exigence de virilité, ce dimanche soir nous vous donnons à entendre la masculinité dans tous ses états. Un grand merci à Samuel, Nassim, Jonathan, Odilon, Roberto, Laurent et Jeff. Une émission d'Anaïs Sadowski et Coralie Gourdon La Cantine se met à Table, épisode n°7 : Un Festin sous haute surveillance A la fin du dernier épisode, le robot Cuisinor a télétransmis un rapport secret au siège : plus de 50% des procédures ne sont pas respectées par le directeur de la cantine. Deux inspecteurs sont donc chargés de contrôler la cantine, dans laquelle Ricard, le directeur, est seul : les employés, qui ne supportent plus son comportement autoritaire, ont décidé de se mettre en grève ! La Cantine se met à table est un feuilleton radiophonique qui raconte les aventures des clients et du personnel d'un resto d'entreprise pas comme les autres. Ecrit, interprété et mis en ondes par François Bordonneau et Antoine Chapenoire.

GI 101
Constipation

GI 101

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2015 8:20


In this episode, Dr. Sadowski discusses the case of a young woman with constipation.

GI 101
Episodic Nausea and Vomiting

GI 101

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2015 9:15


In this episode, Dr. Sadowski discusses the case of a young man with episodic nausea and vomiting. A clinical approach to nausea and vomiting is presented.

Récréation sonore
La ContrefaSon, Paroles de photographes, dimanche 14 décembre

Récréation sonore

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2014


Dimanche 14 décembre 2014 de 19h à 20h, c’est l’heure de la Contrefason mensuelle de Récréation Sonore.Cette semaine Anaïs Sadowski réalise une émission où Joyce Conroy-Aktouche reçoit Gaëlle Gauducheau.Editrice photo depuis 20 ans, actuellement au journal Marianne, elle tient la rubrique "Paroles de photographes" sur le blog Media Trend, animé par Marc Mentré. Depuis 2008, passionnée de son, elle s'intéresse aux récits des photographes. Elle les interroge autour d’une photo en particulier, sur leur travail et leurs pratiques.Une interview ponctuée par l’écoute de ces paroles de photographesRéalisation et production par Gaëlle Gauducheau[caption id="attachment_21799" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Paul Auster - Ecrivain - Photographie inspirée du livre "Seul dans le noir" - 14 Janvier 2009 - Paris[/caption]Eric Garault / Paul Auster/ janvier 2009/ Photographie inspiré du livre "Seul dans le noir"En guise d’introduction, extraits des rushs d’interviewsThierry Dudoit – 1’52Jean-Claude Coutausse - 50’Eric Garault – 1’18 Premiers travauxDidier Lefevre – 1’50 extrait - Réalisé avec Vincent HuréJean-Luc Luyssen -  2’17 - Réalisé avec Vincent HuréPremières paroles de photographesAlain Tendero – 1’19Eric Garault – 1’31 - http://www.themediatrend.com/wordpress/paroles-de-photographes/paul-auster-par-eric-garault/Bruno Levy – 2’01Quand le modèle est familleJack Graff – 1’49Thierry Dudoit – 1’58Témoins de l’Histoire et violencesCaroline Poiron sur l'histoire de Shamsia en Afghanistan – 1’29Cyril Bitton sur le village de Rabbi Nahman en Ukraine – 1’44Olivier Coret sur le mur en Palestine – 1’49Laurent Hazgui sur les conflits gelés en Ossétie du Sud – 1’19PeopleMarc Chaumeil – 3’10 - réalisé avec Vincent Huré et Valérie DayanAlbert Facelly – 2’20 - réalisé avec Vincent Huré et composition musicale de Ludovic SagnierEn guise de conclusionJean-Claude Coutausse – 1’47 - http://www.themediatrend.com/wordpress/paroles-de-photographes/nouveaux-paysages-bibliques-par-jean-claude-coutausse/Jean Claude Coutausse/ Jérusalem Est, vieille ville/ avril 2009/ Un pèlerin américain rejoue la crucifixion de Jésus avec une vraie couronne d'épine et du sang factice sur la Via Dolorosa le jour du vendredi saint pendant la semaine de Pâques Catholique. La rubrique "Paroles de photographes" animée par Gaëlle Gauducheau sur le blog Media Trend, animé par Marc Mentré: http://www.themediatrend.com/wordpress/paroles-de-photographes/francois-hollande-par-marc-chaumeil/Gaëlle sur Arte Radio: http://www.arteradio.com/son/616106/objectif_une/Le site de Gaëlle: http://www.gaellegauducheau.fr/

Récréation sonore
This is America in Paris, dimanche 9 novembre

Récréation sonore

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2014


 Ce dimanche à Paris on voyage...Une petite immersion dans la culture américaine qui nous entoure :On prend le thé chez Brittany, une jeune baby-sitter américaine,Jérémy, américain, et Silvia, brésilienne, nous parlent de la si complexe prononciation du français,Claudia, Aidine et Jonathan nous présentent leur chorale Gospel,et enfin Elise nous enseigne le Pom'Dance.Une émission préparée par Léa Minod et Anaïs Sadowski

Récréation sonore
Les jeunes au travail, le 15 juin 2014

Récréation sonore

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2014 55:08


Rediffusion de l'émission du 1er décembre 2013 Dimanche 15 juin 2014, une émission consacrée aux jeunes et à leur rapport au travail. Ils s'appellent Sixtine, Simon, Ahmed, Alexandra ou encore Laura. Ils ont entre 18 et 28 ans et qu'ils soient désabusés, indécis ou au contraire déterminés, ce soir ils nous parlent de travail. Au programme, quatre portraits : Sixtine et Ahmed, étudiants en arts appliqués - par Sonia Leyglene (9 et 10 mn) Alexandra, employée chez Auchan - par Nicolas Glorieux (9 mn) Laura, metteuse en scène - par Juliette Médevielle (12 mn)   Un extrait du roman Les enfants Tanner de Robert Walser, interprété par Anaïs Sadowski (8 mn)   Musiques Je hais les dimanches, interprété par Juliette Gréco, paroles de Jacques Prévert Fermé jusqu'à lundi, interprété par Mireille Bang bang Parabellum Scherzo Felix Meldelssohn   Visuel Extrait de La Grande Entreprise par la Compagnie La Pièce Montée (© J. Médevielle)   Une récréation sonore proposée et préparée par Juliette et Sonia.