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Hudson Mohawk Magazine
Canandaigua Treaty and the Importance Treaties Carry

Hudson Mohawk Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 11:22


The Canandaigua Treaty was signed on November 11, 1794. It established peace and friendship between the young United States of America and the Six Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy. Ansley Jemison, Cultural Liaison at the Ganondagan State Historic Site, told correspondent Sina Basila Hickey that this celebration is an opportunity to educate people about this treaty (what it did well and how it failed), the overall importance of treaties, and the responsibilities that come with treaties. Learn more about the treaty here: https://ganondagan.org/Learning/Canandaigua-Treaty image from ganondagan.org

crunch
Petites frayeurs avant les Boks

crunch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 31:50


En s'imposant d'un seul point face à l'Australie, samedi au Stade de France, l'équipe de France a battu son record historique d'invincibilité mais s'est fait peur. Les Wallabies ont mis en évidence quelques lacunes et ont réussi à percer quelques secrets de l'organisation tricolore. Alors comment préparer le choc face à l'Afrique du Sud ?

SportsPro Podcast
Six Nations CEO Ben Morel on the Autumn internationals, CVC and creating a year-round product

SportsPro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 42:04


George Breare and Tom Bassam visit Six Nations HQ to talk to the annual European international rugby union tournament's chief executive, Ben Morel. Talking points: The evolution of the Autumn Nations Series (1:02) Making the best use of CVC's investment (8:39) The impact of the TikTok partnership (16:36) How technology changes the commercial conversation (20:28) The Six Nations' broadcast strategy (24:46) Will the Autumn Nations Series go to new territories? (30:08) The health of the club game (37:28)

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast
Ep. 86. Un Movember plein de rugby avec Tony Duggan et Lenaïg Corson

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 29:00


C'est November ( et aussi Movember  !), un mois plein de rugby pour nos équipes de France ! Avec 2 Coupes du Monde de rugby en ce moment, pourquoi pas avoir 2 invités ! Et oui, Tony Duggan  l'australien de Lézignan est de retour pour nous faire un petit récap de la Rugby League World Cup #RLWC,  où les garçon s entrent en play-offs, et les compétitions femmes  et fauteuil  vont démarrer là tout de suite !  Nous recevons aussi l'amazing Lenaïg Corson qui va partager son avis sur les Bleues après leurs matchs contre les Fidji  et l'Italie , et avant cette demi-finale contre les hôtes  (et favorites), les Black Ferns  de New Zealand.  Croisons les doigts pour que nos Bleues suivent l'exemple du XV de France Militaire féminin, qui a battu les NZ 9 à 8 pour devenir championnes de la toute première International Defense Rugby Competition ( IDWC).  En méga-bonus, nous parlons rapidement de tous les matchs internationaux de cet Autumn Series 2022, qui a bien démarré avec un juteux Japon vs All Blacks.  Bonne écoute ! Et n'oubliez pas que November est aussi Movember , durant lequel on porte la moustache pour sensibiliser aux cancers masculins ! Si vous êtes curieux d'en savoir plus sur MOVEMBER, allez visiter leur site , leur FB  ou l'Insta  ! Happy Movember everyone !  Allez suivre Tony sur Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/tonyduggantraining/?hl=en Lenaig sur https://lenaig-corson.fr/ Et nous aussi : https://www.instagram.com/packdepotes_podcast/?hl=en 

crunch
Les secrets de la cellule analyse du XV de France

crunch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 45:15


Direction Marcoussis pour ce nouvel épisode de Crunch. Au programme, rencontre avec Nicolas Buffa et Manu Urdampilleta, membres de la cellule vidéo du XV de France. Ils en livrent quelques secrets… et racontent leur métier, si important, et comment la cellule  fonctionne en harmonie avec l'ensemble du staff.

Best Of Belfast: Stories of local legends from Northern Ireland
#282 Ilse van Staden: Prop, Butcher, Biltong Maker

Best Of Belfast: Stories of local legends from Northern Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 78:51


Ilse van Staden is a rugby player, butcher, chef, language teacher and biltong maker from South Africa. Since moving to Northern Ireland in 2011 she has played for Ulster Rugby, and represented Ireland in the Six Nations as prop. Along with her partner Alannah, Ilse also set up Ke Nako: an award-winning artisan food business that specialises in South African cuisine. Fast-forward a few years later and their high-protein biltong has earned them a cult-like following across the UK — and is without a shadow of a doubt one of the tastiest things we have ever tried. In today's episode we chat about: The art of butchery How meat can be sustainable Managing playing professional rugby while running a business Thinking in two languages Moving from South Africa to Northern Ireland And the greatest highs/lows experienced along the way Check it out! // https://bestofbelfast.org/stories/ilse-van-staden-biltong //

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast
Ep. 85. Coupe du Monde de Rugby à 13 preview avec Tony Duggan

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 53:10 Very Popular


C'est la Coupe du monde ! Ou « les » Coupes du monde plutôt ! Car après les Bleues qui jouent en NZ en ce momen t même, il y a aussi la Coupe du monde de Rugby à 13  (hommes et femmes), ainsi que la Coupe du monde de Rugby-Fauteuil !  Dans cet épisode (à 19 minutes), nous allons explorer le rugby à 13, mieux connu dans les pays anglo-saxons. C'est pour cette raison que nous avons invité un spécialiste en la matière, Tony Duggan !  Tony vien t d'Australie, là ou le rugby League est leader. Il a joué plus de 10 ans professionnellement en Europe, notamment chez les Celtic Crusaders au Pays de Gall es et les Sangliers de Lézignan , au sud du pays de Gaule.  Quel sont les différences entre ces 2 sports ? Combien de points vaut un essai ? Quelles équipes sont favorites pour cette Coupe du monde ? Qui sont les joueurs et joueuses à suivre?  Et nos équipes françaises, ont-elles un espoir de gagner les autres Coupes de monde du ballon ovale ?    Tout est dans cet épisode aux accents anglo-saxons !   Mais avant, bien sûr, nous allons revenir sur le Crunch en NZ, durant leq uel nos vaillantes Bleues n'ont pas eu assez d'élan pour renverser le monstre anglais. Bonne écoute !   Allez suivre Tony sur Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/tonyduggantraining/?hl=en Et nous aussi : https://www.instagram.com/packdepotes_podcast/?hl=en

The Good, The Bad & The Rugby
S3 Ep4: The Wigan Wizard

The Good, The Bad & The Rugby

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 97:54 Very Popular


The boys have their say on Wasps going into administration and England's squad for the Autumn Nations Series games. They are also joined by an absolute bonafide legend in both rugby codes - Shaun Edwards. He's amassed 54 medals in his glittering career as well as 36 caps for Great Britain and another 3 for England, he's a Man-of-Steel winner and captained Wigan in the crushing of Bath in the Cross Codes Clash. As a head coach he's won the Premiership and Heineken Cup with Wasps, as the best defensive coach around he's been on a Lions tour and won 5 Six Nations titles including 4 Grand Slams. We hear about the game that haunts Shaun the most, if he'd ever like to coach England one day, his karaoke skills and about the time he once used Hask's head as an actual punch bag!

RugbyPass Offload
Episode 49 - Schalk Burger - Narrowly Avoiding Death - Eye Gouging Luke Fitzgerald & Getting Bullied By Tuilagi

RugbyPass Offload

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 59:57 Very Popular


Today we're joined by one of rugbys greatest ever players in world cup winner and IRB player of the year - Schalk Burger to discuss his incredible 17 year career in rugby. A career that's never been short of entertainment both on or off the pitch - whether it be his 7 yellow cards in international rugby, his 4 world cup campaigns, his 2 month stay in hospital where he nearly died, his battles with the likes of Richie McCaw and George Smith, his hatred for Nic White, his thoughts on Johny Sexton being the biggest whiner in world rugby, going out for beers with Eddie Jones every day after training, his amazingly loose memories of Saracens famous away mid-season piss ups, that infamous eye gouging incident against the Lions, his thoughts on the Springboks involvement in the Six Nations, and a lot more....Plus we hear from Burnsy and Ryan on their insights behind the scenes at Leicester and Glasgow along with their takes on the biggest stories in the Prem and URC. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Happiness Is with Bruce Aitchison
Happiness Is... Debs McCormack [Ep 95]

Happiness Is with Bruce Aitchison

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 58:09 Very Popular


I sat next to Debs McCormack (unlucky for her!) at the Scotland v England game in the TikTok Women's Six Nations at the DAM Health and could see how much the game, and her mates, meant to her.I was delighted when she agreed to be a guest on the pod, especially as she is now part of the TV coverage on the Rugby World Cup and is VERY busy.It was amazing to hear her story. I hope you enjoy listening, I loved it.Happiness is Egg ShapedSupport our show with the Acast Supporter feature - https://supporter.acast.com/happiness-is-with-bruce-aitchisonCheck out the Happiness Is Egg Shaped Merchandise store - https://bit.ly/HIESstoreRegister for Fill Your Boots for FREE - https://bit.ly/HIESFYBAre you looking to increase your clubs sponsorship revenue? Head to https://bit.ly/HIES_SC & use promo code SC20HIES for 20% off at Sponsor ConnectSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/happiness-is-with-bruce-aitchison. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Scrum of the Earth Rugby Podcast
Episode 64 - Bring on the World Cup! Plus, Quarterfinals, a Mascot Sighting, and More!

The Scrum of the Earth Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 35:56 Very Popular


Wherein I try to cover a ridoncu-amount of rugby for a single weekend. If you haven't yet, I do suggest you sign up for “Peacock,” the NBC streaming platform, as it's inexpensive but gets you the Prem, Six Nations, and now, of course, the 2021 World CUp in all its glory. The pottok pony is described here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pottok The piece ragging on Teddy Thomas was here: https://www.irishexaminer.com/sport/rugby/arid-40979252.html If you're enjoying listening, you can always buy me a beverage through the link below, or you can sign up through Anchor to become a monthly supporter! Thanks as always for your support! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ScrumOfTheEarth https://anchor.fm/thescrumoftheearth Thanks, cheers and be well! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thescrumoftheearth/support

The Gentleman‘s Journal Podcast
“It felt as if the air around Twickenham was shaking…” — Maro Itoje, England and Saracens rugby star

The Gentleman‘s Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 50:03


Our guest today is Maro Itoje, the England and Saracens rugby player and Frieze London committee member. Maro has won four English Premiership titles with Saracens, three European Rugby Champions Cup titles, three Six Nations titles, and has played in a world cup final — that agonizing defeat, of course, to South Africa, which we talked about a bit during our conversation. On top of that, he's been selected for two British & Irish Lions tours, and in the second of these was voted the Lions Player of the Series. Off the pitch, he's a huge collector of African art and has curated an exhibition with Sotheby's — and eventually, he tells us, he'd like to open up a London gallery of his very own. In a highly enjoyable episode, we talk about the origins of his ‘Pearl' nickname; the fragile state of Premiership Rugby; the psychological tricks of England Coach Eddie Jones; and the last days of Roger Federer.

Scoreline.ie: The Knock On Rugby Podcast
Season 2 E7: All smiles as Kilkenny & Tullow get good wins, Carlow & Athy goes dark, Sean O'Brien to Naas and more

Scoreline.ie: The Knock On Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 53:24


This is The Knock On, KCLR, and Scoreline.ie's weekly rugby podcast.In this episode, Stephen Byrne is joined by Tom Crotty from Carlow Rugby Club, James Blanchfield from Kilkenny RFC, and Johnny Tobin from Tullow RFC.The lads discuss lots including…. Carlow and Athy's game was canceled due to a technology failure with flood lights, we preview the game which was refixed for this Sunday. We look back at Kilkenny's wins over Bective in Foulkstown. Tullow grabbed two wins against Mullingar, we chat about those. We talk about Sean O'Brien's move to play for Naas in the AIL The lads ask are the values of rugby, like sitting down for food and drink with the opposition players after a game are disappearing and can it be encouraged. We preview Munster v Connacht on what was termed the “Desperation Derby” as both teams struggle in early season games. We preview Leinster v Cell C Sharks Don't forget to visit scoreline.ie for more on rugby, and of course, if you're into your GAA, we have the clash act and lots more.

crunch
Lorenzetti et Travers : « Un coup de fouet nécessaire »

crunch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 41:10 Very Popular


Crunch est disponible sur toutes les plateformes de podcast et le site et l'application L'Équipe. Jacky Lorenzetti et Laurent Travers sont les invités de cet épisode animé par Chrystelle Bonnet, avec Frédéric Bernès et Renaud Bourel. Réalisé par Antoine Bourlon.

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast
Ep. 84. Coupe du Monde de Rugby 2021 preview avec Lenaïg Corson

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 28:17


Yes ! La Coupe du Monde de Rugby 2021 (qui se joue en 2022) est fin alement là ! Et le Pack est prêt, grâce à notre amie Lenaïg Corson ! Oui, elle  est de retour avec nous depuis l'Angleterre pour nous aider à décrypter cette Rugby World Cup entre les meilleures équipes féminines du monde . Est-ce que les Black Ferns vont gagner à la maison ? La machine de guerre impressionnante des Red Roses est-elle  trop puissante ?  Nos magnifiques Bleues ont-elles une chance  de remporter cette 8ème édition ?   En bonus, notre cher Théo nous apprendra qui a gagné la toute première édition en 1991! Petit indice : le drapeau est rouge, blanc et bleu.... Allez, bonne écoute, bon rugby et amusez-vous bien pendant cette coupe du monde. Et surtout, allez les Bleues ! Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast est à suivre sur: https://www.instagram.com/packdepotes_podcast/?hl=en   https://www.facebook.com/PackDePotes/  https://twitter.com/packpotes et  www.packdepotes.com    Voici un playlist avec tous nos entretiens:   https://podcast.ausha.co/pack-de-potes-rugby-podcast/playlist/nos-entretiens        

Scoreline.ie: The Knock On Rugby Podcast
Season 2 E6: Leinster League reviews and previews, Leinster v Ulster, Munster's issues and Emerging Ireland team

Scoreline.ie: The Knock On Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 41:06


This is The Knock On, KCLR, and Scoreline.ie's weekly rugby podcast.In this episode, Stephen Byrne is joined by Tom Crotty from Carlow Rugby Club, James Blanchfield from Kilkenny Rugby Club, and Johnny Tobin from Tullow Rugby Club.The lads discuss lots including…. Leinster League reviews for Wicklow V Tullow, Suttonians v Kilkenny and Mullingar V Carlow Leinster League previews of Tullow V Mullingar, Carlow v Athy and Kilkenny v Bective. We look back at Leinster's win over Benetton and preview their game away to Ulster. The lads discuss Munster's shock loss to the Dragons and we look ahead to their game with Zebre, as well as talk about their season so far. The Emerging Ireland team is named for their first game in South Africa, we chat through that And lots more......Don't forget to visit scoreline.ie for more on rugby, and of course, if you're into your GAA, we have the clash act and lots more.

Scoreline.ie: The Knock On Rugby Podcast
Kilkenny College Special

Scoreline.ie: The Knock On Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 34:27


This is The Knock On, KCLR, and Scoreline.ie's weekly rugby podcast.This episode is a Kilkenny College special where we focus on the school's rugby output.Stephen Byrne is joined by Colm Moloney, Director of Rugby at Kilkenny College and coach Johnny Tobin.The lads discuss lots including the school's rugby team, players, management, structures and more.Don't forget to visit scoreline.ie for more on rugby, and of course, if you're into your GAA, we have the clash act and lots more.

Earth Song of the Week (Iroquois Social Songs)
Bill Crouse - Smoke Dance (War Dance) (at Grand River Pow-Wow 1998)

Earth Song of the Week (Iroquois Social Songs)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 0:41


ESOW 254 - Smoke Dance (War Dance) as sung by Bill Crouse. Recorded at Grand River 'Champion of Champions' Pow-wow at Six Nations of the Grand River in July of 1998.

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - E.P. ED GRONDINE - Man and Impact in the Americas

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 39:51


In this book veteran space reporter E.P. GRONDINE surveys the effects of ASTEROID AND COMET IMPACTS on man in the Americas. The book includes an Introduction to the topic, and chapters on the effects of asteroid and comet impacts on man's evolution; how and when man crossed to the Americas; the impact events at the end of the last Ice Age; the arrival in North America of the Red Paint Peoples and the appearance of Copper Trading Giants; accounts from the Mayan records of the impacts at Rio Cuarto in Argentina and of the ensuing climate collapse; the accounts of the Maya and other peoples of the Great Atlantic Mega-Tsunami, and a survey of that tsunami's effects on man in the Americas; the Six Nations' eye-witness accounts of "Hopewell" societies, their crops, and their astronomy; the arrival of Comet Encke near the Earth in 536 CE and the ensuing climate collapse in the Americas; How, where, and why the Mississippians emerged; the smaller impacts at Key Marco, Florida, Genessee, New York, and in the Bald Mountains of Tennessee; eye witness accounts of the lives of the "Mississippians"; the migrations of the Little Ice Age and the end of the "Mississippians"; and the First Peoples' accounts of the arrival of the Europeans. Written using the First Peoples' own accounts and their remains, the book includes a brief TRAVEL GUIDE to their sites, along with photographs or maps of several key sites, and a small MAP of the principal trade routes in southeast North America. - www.amazon.comTo listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast
Ep. 83. The American Episode! with USA Eagles Joe Taufete'e and Michael Baska

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 51:22 Very Popular


Yes, the American episode ! In english ? But of course, en VO !  We have not 1 but 2 USA Eagles on the show this week!   Des Eagles qui sont quand même connus par le public français !   En première partie, TK a pu parler avec Joe Taufete'e (1:30), le talonneur qui a marqué le plus d'essais en rugby international ! Joe a déjà fait 2 Coupes de Monde avec les Eagles et chaque fois il a marqué les esprits. Nous parlons de son démarrage chez les Warriors dans le Premiereship de nos voisins English, de son passage par le LOU à  Lyon avec notre ami Mathieu Bastareaud, et de son séjour avec les LA Giltinis.  De retour en Angleterre avec les redoutables Tigers de Leicester, Joe est sûr d'être sur nos écrans pendant l' EPCR Champions Cup !  Ensuite, nous allons parler un peu de rugby normand avec Michael Baska (27:30). Michael fait partie de la 1ère génération de joueurs américains qui peuvent faire une carrière dans le rugby grâce au MLR (Utah Warriors  et NOLA Gold ).   Signé avec  Rouen Normandie Rugby  (tout comme un autre pote de notre pack Serge Betsen ), Michael  est notre tout premier demi de mêlée dans l'émission.  Il parlera de son ajustement en France ainsi que ses 3 caps avec les USA, contre des colosses (NZ, ANG, IRE).  Nous espérons que vous aimerez cet épisode outre-atlantique et hors du commun !  Enjoy the episode !  Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast est à suivre sur: https://www.instagram.com/packdepotes_podcast/?hl=en   https://www.facebook.com/PackDePotes/  https://twitter.com/packpotes et  www.packdepotes.com    Voici un playlist avec tous nos entretiens:   https://podcast.ausha.co/pack-de-potes-rugby-podcast/playlist/nos-entretiens   Crédit photo :  USA RUGBY

This Matters
Indigenous women reflect on the Queen and the monarchy

This Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 23:47


Guests: Angela Mashford-Pringle and Courtney Skye The death of Queen Elizabeth II last week fuelled a wave of global grief, but also reawakened memories and ignited conversation of a brutal colonial legacy and the future of the British monarchy. The monarch's 70 years on the throne have been both celebrated and questioned. Her reign included seven decades of silence for Indigenous peoples of Canada who faced treaty violations, residential schools and countless missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. As King Charles III ascends to the throne, we speak with two Indigenous women about why the monarchy does not represent the same thing to everyone. Joining “This Matters” is Angela Mashford-Pringle, an Algonquin woman from Timiskaming First Nation, who is assistant professor and associate director at the Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health, as well as Courtney Skye, a Mohawk woman (Turtle Clan) from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory who is a research fellow at Yellowhead Institute. This episode was produced by Saba Eitizaz, Paulo Marques and Brian Bradley.

Inclusive Storytelling
39 - Dr. Oronhyatekha: Canada's Second First Nation Doctor

Inclusive Storytelling

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 36:40


In this episode, Corus Entertainment's AM 980 News radio anchor discuss Dr. Oronhyatekha who was Canada's second First Nations doctor from the Six Nations. Dr. O, as he was affectionally named, overcame great odds, an Indigenous Residential School and racism to become a doctor. He gave back to his community in so many ways, and it is estimated that 10,000 people came to pay their last respects as he lay in state in Massey Hall in Toronto, ON Canada. Dr. O's story is highlighted in the book, “Dr. Oronhyatekha: Security, Justice and Equality,” by Michelle A. Hamilton and Keith Jamieson.

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast
Ep. 82. Coupe du Monde de Rugby à 7 preview avec Samuel Alerte

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 50:04 Very Popular


C'est déjà la Coupe du Monde ? Oui ! La Coupe du Monde de Rugby à 7 c'est ce weekend du 8 au 1 1 septembre en Afrique du Sud !  Yes the RWC 7s! Pour se préparer au mieux, Charlie et TK avaient besoin de renforts ! International pour nos bleus à 7 pendant plusieurs années, Samuel Alerte est alors passé pour nous éclairer sur bien des choses :  C'est quoi la vie d'un joueur de 7 ? Pourquoi le 7 est un sport extrême ? Quelles sont les équipes à suivre et les favoris (hommes et femmes)  Quelles sont les chances de nos Bleu(e)s de remporter la victoire ?  Et en bonus : quel membre du Pack de Potes Samuel choisira-t-il pour jouer avec lui ? Placez vos paris et mettez vos écouteurs pour cet épisode qui va vite !    N'oubliez pas nos copains WateRugby à Toulouse ce week-end aussi, du 8 au  11 septembre, Port de la Daurade à Toulouse ( à suivre sur Facebook en Live  ! et pendant que vous êtes sur FB…. ) Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast est à suivre sur: https://www.instagram.com/packdepotes_podcast/?hl=en   https://www.facebook.com/PackDePotes/  https://twitter.com/packpotes et  www.packdepotes.com    Voici un playlist avec tous nos entretiens:   https://podcast.ausha.co/pack-de-potes-rugby-podcast/playlist/nos-entretiens      

Braaains
Language

Braaains

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 62:38


Today's guest is Kahstoserakwathe Paulette Moore, an independent filmmaker, podcaster, artist and educator, who is a Mohawk citizen and an enrolled member of Six Nations of the Grand River territory. Our conversation deep dives into the importance of language, community, and the impact representation (or the lack there of) can have on you. We also discuss how losing and/or gaining a language that connects you to your community and who you are affects you. Kahstoserakwathe Paulette Moore is also a founding member of The Aunties Dandelion: a relationship-centered media collective. The organization seeks to revitalize community through stories of land, language, and relationship.  CW: Discussions about residential schools and genocide Contact us: BraaainsPodcast.com Follow: @BraaainsPodcast Music: @_Deppisch_ Design: Perpetualnotion.ca Mixing/ Mastering: Tony Bao Support this show: Patreon.com/BraaainsPodcast

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast
Ep. 81. Top 14 2022 / 2023 : Revision avant la rentrée avec Didier Plana

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 76:52


ET OUI ! Le TOP 14 est l à ! Et pour vous aider à préparer une saison remplie d'essais palpitants, de plaquages impressionnants et de boissons fraiches aux bodegas, vos Potes du Pack sont là !   Vous n'avez pas révisé avant la rentrée ? No problem ! Dans cet épisode, nous allons découvrir : - Ou en est-on au niveau des transferts ? - Quelle équipe est en forme ?  - Qui sont les nouvelles pépites pour chaque équipe du Top 14 ?  Pour nous aider, nous avons encore eu la chance d'avoir l'oeil d'expert de Didier Plana. Positionné au centre à l'USAP pendant une belle brochette d'années, Didier est devenu leur vidéo analyste.  Il partagera avec nous son analyse professionnelle sur chaque équipe, les joueurs  clés et les tendances actuelles dans notre sport préfèré.  Et en bonus : Yann Delaigue est passé pour nous parler de son super événement : le  WateRugby, du 8 au  11 septembre, Port de la Daurade à Toulouse.    N'oubliez pas de le suivre sur Facebook en Live  ! (et pendant que vous êtes sur FB…. ) Un épisode à ne pas rater ! Sauf si vous n'aimez pas le rugby…. Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast est à suivre sur: https://www.instagram.com/packdepotes_podcast/?hl=en   https://www.facebook.com/PackDePotes/  https://twitter.com/packpotes et  www.packdepotes.com    Voici un playlist avec tous nos entretiens:   https://podcast.ausha.co/pack-de-potes-rugby-podcast/playlist/nos-entretiens     

The Official Scottish Rugby Podcast
Mike Adamson | Refereeing Guinness Six Nations to Rugby Championship

The Official Scottish Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 41:45 Very Popular


Scottish referee Mike Adamson joins Chris Paterson from Argentina on this week's podcast to chat about what it was like refereeing a Rugby Championship match for the first time, when he took charge of Argentina v Australia last weekend. He also looks ahead to this weekend's re-match between the sides, where he will be Assistant Referee. Mike talks about the pressures of being a referee, as well as how they preview and review matches. Chris is also joined once again by Rachel Malcolm to review the first round of the FOSROC Super6 Championship and look ahead to Scotland women's upcoming Summer Tests.

Pubs. Pints. People.
Rugby & Beer at the Great British Beer Festival

Pubs. Pints. People.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 18:33


Join us for this special bonus episode featuring an exclusive Q&A with ex-rugby union players Tom May and Greg Bateman at the Great British Beer Festival Trade Day!The pair explore the unique relationship between rugby and beer and announce the exciting festival competition with MSG Tour.MSG Tours will be offering £3,000 worth of sports travel vouchers for one lucky visitor to this year's festival for a sports travel package at the Rugby World Cup France in 2023 or Six Nations games. Competition codes are scattered across the festival floor, but we have a special one just for our listeners – CAMRAPODCAST. The competition is completely free to enter, all you have to do is visit gbbf.org.uk/luckydraw/ to enter and use the special code CAMRAPODCAST. Don't forget to enter your membership number as all CAMRA members get a free extra entry – if you're not a member, join today for that extra entry at join.camra.org.ukSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/pubspintspeople. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Morning Show
Ontario Education, The Pope's Apology, & Rogers Outage

The Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 46:14


Stephen Lecce, Ontario's Minister of EducationCody Groat, Assistant Professor in the Department of History and Indigenous Studies at Western University. Professor Groat is Mohawk and a band member of Six Nations of the Grand River (12:45), Nathaniel Erskine-Smith, Liberal MP for Beaches-East York (22:01),Norm Di Pasquale, Toronto Catholic District School Board Trustee for Ward 9 & Chair of NoJetsTO (31:31)

Sustaining Sport
Do we pick pundits by celebrity or by capability? The case of Rugby Union

Sustaining Sport

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 38:30


Many pundits have become such long-standing features on certain networks' sports coverage, that they are in effect the face of the program and are widely marketed to garner interest. But although their famous faces may attract fans that know them to the broadcast, do they give the best possible analysis?My guest today ruffled a few feathers in late March this year when he penned an article criticising the analytical performance of the pundits on BBC and ITV's coverage of the Six Nations. In doing so, he raised some important questions about what we might be missing by not giving those key minutes of airtime to people who may not be famous or even former players, but whose profession and core skill set is game analysis.In this episode, Ben Nurse and I discuss how some seemingly impervious pundits have become complacent, relying on anecdotes of past glory, and failing to stay up to date with the trends and strategies of the modern game. Ben also argues in favour of incorporating more data-savvy analysts, describes how punditry would benefit from being more inclusive, and showcases the miraculous rise of my go-to source of rugby evaluation, Squidge Rugby's Robbie Owen.Here is more of Ben's work: thematchreport.co.ukPlease feel free to reach out to the show onWeb: sustainingsport.comInstagram: @sustainingsportLinkedin: /sustaining-sportEmail: benmole@sustainingsport.comFacebook: @sustainingsportAnd now also on Twitter: @SustainSportPodand we have a Patreon!

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast
Ep. 80. Tournée d'été: La France encore plus haut!

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 49:41 Very Popular


Au pays du soleil levant nos bleus ont fini sur les rotules en bouclant avec énergie une inédite série de 10 victoires. Rdv maintenant en novembre, avec ce nouveau statut de numéro 1 mondial  ! Plus au sud, les nations du nord ont toutes réagi pour dresser un théâtre des rêves pour le WE à venir : il leur  sera possible d'aller chercher le grand chelem des nations du nord en terre sudiste ! Une opportunité inédite là encore mais gare aux bêtes blessées qui voudront laver leur honneur devant leurs publics !  Il y avait aussi La Coupe d'Afrique ( en France ) ainsi qu'un joli documentaire  pour se mettre dan le bain.  Encore beaucoup d'émotions à venir pour les amoureux de la balle ovale… en attendant, bon mercredi avec le Pack !!  Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast est à suivre sur: https://www.instagram.com/packdepotes_podcast/?hl=en   https://www.facebook.com/PackDePotes/  https://twitter.com/packpotes et  www.packdepotes.com    Voici un playlist avec tous nos entretiens:   https://podcast.ausha.co/pack-de-potes-rugby-podcast/playlist/nos-entretiens     

The Her Sport Podcast
Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe chasing Olympic Dreams & Rowing National Championships Preview | Her Sport Show Ep.7

The Her Sport Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 47:57


In episode 7 of The Her Sport Show, we are joined by Jessica Woodlock to preview Irish Rugby 7's upcoming World Cup Qualifying campaign, we react to the fallout from Alan Sugar's Euros 2022 and the sports stories in the newspapers. Irish Rugby superstar Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe joined Her Sport to reflect on the 2022 Six Nations campaign, how Amee-Leigh found rugby at the age of 15 after leaving athletics, her journey to representing Ireland, how her sister created Amee-Leigh's iconic try celebration and chasing the dream of representing Ireland at the Olympics. At just 15 years old, Leagh Moloney is as dedicated to her sport as any adult athlete. The Limerick native decided to give athletics a try when she was young, after her older sister got a scholarship to college in the United States. Leagh will be competing at the Irish Life Health National Junior and U23 Championships in Tullamore on July 17th. · Spectator tickets are available here: https://eventmaster.ie/event/OBBvHpmH0Z · Timetable (Updated 27.06.2022) available here: https://www.athleticsireland.ie/downloads/events-timetable/Junior___U23_Timetable_1.pdf · The event will be live streamed on the Athletics Ireland YouTube Channel. The Her Sport Show is the weekly sports magazine show from Her Sport. Subscribe for an hour-long podcast each week - bringing you all the sports news, reaction, and in-depth analysis you need. We'll bring you feature interviews and much more from the biggest names in sport. Subscribe to The Her Sport Show podcast wherever you get yours. You can also watch the show on our YouTube channel, and get involved in the conversation on all our social channels. Visit the website https://hersport.ie/ Check out the Her Sport channels Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hersport.ie Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HerSport.ie/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/HerSportDotIE About Her Sport: Her Sport is a media platform centred on bringing the latest Irish and international women's sports news. Her Sport aims to empower women in sport, inspire more female participation, increase opportunity and level the playing field for future generations. Our objective is to create real and tangible change. Contact us: hello@hersport.ie

crunch
Gagner et puis enfin souffler

crunch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 31:29 Very Popular


La saison à rallonge est enfin terminée pour certains Bleus. Vainqueurs à nouveau du Japon, samedi et non sans mal (15-20), ils ont assuré l'essentiel. Que leur réserve la suite ? Animé par Antoine Bourlon, avec Alex Bardot et Romain Bergogne. Réalisé par Roland Richard.

Scott and Kat After 9
What Really Happened At Rogers On Friday?

Scott and Kat After 9

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 47:40


We are back from vacation. New episodes are dropping all week.  Today: That Rogers outage on Friday was a real mess. What happened?  Gas Prices are still out of control but that's what the feds want.  Interest rates are going up 3/4 of a point on Wednesday.  The Patrick Brown situation could have been handled differently.  Kat got a visit from the police in the middle of the night.  Scott's truck broke down in Six Nations last night.  A lot of people would prefer to skip the chips and eat their dip with a spoon. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast
Ep. 79 : Dans la cage avec Baptiste Pesenti

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 38:19


On adore les 2èmes lignes ici à Pack de Potes ! Et ce jeune joueur de l'attelage a beaucoup à offrir.    Du Jura  au pays du Jurançon, Baptiste Pesenti a su grimper les échelons grâce à son agressivité et à sa densité.  Entouré par les guerriers en béret de Pau , il a pu grandir jusqu'au plus haut niveau, avec 4 sélections en Equipe de France  (notamment la finale de l'Autumn Nations Cup  2020 contre l'Angleterre ainsi que la tourné en Australie).  Recherché par le Racing 92, il monte à la capitale pour pouvoir jouer en haut de tableau du Top 14 et dans la Coupe d'Europe .   Mais la vie n'est pas un long fleuve tranquille, et Baptiste est déjà en train d'écrire un nouveau chapitre de sa carrière au sein du Stade Français.  Le Pack souhaite d'ores et déjà une super saison en rose à Baptiste, et espère le revoir rapidement dans le XV de France ! Bonne écoute!  Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast est à suivre sur: https://www.instagram.com/packdepotes_podcast/?hl=en   https://www.facebook.com/PackDePotes/  https://twitter.com/packpotes et  www.packdepotes.com    Voici un playlist avec tous nos entretiens:   https://podcast.ausha.co/pack-de-potes-rugby-podcast/playlist/nos-entretiens      

crunch
Au Japon, tout va bien pour les Bleus

crunch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 30:35 Very Popular


La victoire lors du premier test-match a souligné une nouvelle fois les qualités de ce XV de France qui, quelque peu remanié, n'a pas perdu de sa superbe. La série de victoires se poursuit et l'ambiance au Japon est au beau fixe : quels sont les enjeux de cette tournée et quel est l'état d'esprit du staff ?   Animé par Antoine Bourlon, avec Renaud Bourel et Clément Dossin, envoyés spéciaux au Japon. Réalisé par Roland Richard.

Rugby Union Weekly
The backlash begins

Rugby Union Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 64:44


Ugo, Ashy and Chris get stuck into a thrilling weekend of international rugby. Jamie Roberts joins the pod from South Africa after Wales suffered more heartbreak at the hands of the Springboks. We also welcome back our Aussie correspondent Drew Mitchell as the Wallabies drew first blood in their series with England. Will Eddie Jones stick with Farrell and Smith combination? There were also chastening defeats for Scotland and Ireland to discuss as the other Six Nations sides failed to make an impact on the opening ‘Super Saturday'.

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast
Ep 78: Miguel Fernandez : Le coté business du rugby

Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 74:47 Very Popular


 Et voilà, pour cette belle fin de saison du Top 14, voici un épisode taille XXL !  En entrée, TK et Théo décryptent la finale entre Castre et les néo-champions Montpellier.  En plat principal( 15'15), nous  sommes en compagnie de Miguel Fernandez, un agent sportif qui est aussi un ami des joueurs qu'il accompagne depuis plus de 20 ans.  Miguel est déjà apparu sur Pack de Potes, épisode 47, pour expliquer son métier d'agent.  Mais dans cet épisode, nous explorons le coté business du notre sport préféré. A écouter si vous souhaitez savoir :  Le Salary Cap : c'est quoi, et ça marche comment ? Comment déroule la période de négociation d'un contrat de rugby ? Comment sont structurés les contrats  Le rôle des statistiques dans un sport de combat En dessert, à la fin de l'épisode, Miguel nous propose un exercice très riche, une façon de ré-imaginer la personnalité des clubs dans le Top 14.  Bref vous n'allez pas être déçus !  Bonne écoute ! Pack de Potes Rugby Podcast est à suivre sur: https://www.instagram.com/packdepotes_podcast/?hl=en   https://www.facebook.com/PackDePotes/  https://twitter.com/packpotes et  www.packdepotes.com    Voici un playlist avec tous nos entretiens:   https://podcast.ausha.co/pack-de-potes-rugby-podcast/playlist/nos-entretiens     

The Jeremiah Show
SN1|Ep34 - Adam Ashe - LA Giltinis Runner

The Jeremiah Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 60:00


*Executive Producer - Jeremiah Higgins LA Giltinis Adam Ashe is in The Sports Lounge with Big Lou! Adam Ashe was born in Scotland and has been a mainstay of Scottish rugby for much of the past decade. The no. 8 attended Alva Academy and it was with Ayr in the Scottish Premiership where he found his first senior opportunity. His potential was quickly noticed by Glasgow and he was signed as a development player with the Warriors in 2011. He debuted for Glasgow in 2012 and also found international opportunities with the Scotland 7s during the 2011-12 series as a teenager. A year later, he was picked for the Scotland U20s, picked in all the team's Six Nations matches and a further five World Rugby U20s matches. Ashe was recognised as one of Scotland's top prospects when he was awarded the John McPhail Scholarship in 2014 and given the chance to train in New Zealand with Canterbury for 15 weeks. However, midway through that period, he was given the opportunity to join Vern Cotter's Scotland Test side. He debuted against South Africa in that year's June Series, starting at no. 8 and playing the full match. Ashe has won six Test caps overall, most recently against Italy in 2015. Injuries have at times hampered Ashe's progress but he had featured in 34 matches for the Warriors before departing at the end of the interrupted 19-20 Pro14 season. Ashe showed his class for the Giltinis in 2021 with his all-round skills as a powerful runner, linkman and lineout option before a ruptured bicep ended his season early. A frontline asset for 2022 when fit. www.lagiltinis.com Adam Ashe Social: Instagram - @adamashe_ Twitter - @Adam Ashe

crunch
Pas si mal, cette finale

crunch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 33:50 Very Popular


Derrière ses airs d'affiche décevante, ce Castres-Montpellier, remake de la finale de 2018, pourrait bien réserver son lot de surprises. Quel est le style des deux équipes et à quel point sont-elles capables de se transformer pour l'événement ? Et qui sont les hommes derrière les projets ? Animé par Antoine Bourlon, avec Romain Bergogne, Clément Dossin et Guillaume Dufy. Réalisé par Roland Richard.

crunch
À Bordeaux, c'est qui le patron ?

crunch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 34:40 Very Popular


Les tensions entre Christophe Urios et ses cadres n'ont pas empêché l'UBB de battre le Racing et de se qualifier pour les demi-finales, où ils retrouveront Montpellier. Comment l'ambiance s'est dégradée à Bordeaux ? Et pour quelles traces laissées dans les têtes ? Animé par Chrystelle Bonnet, avec Jean-Christophe Collin, Clément Dossin et Maxime Raulin. Réalisé par Antoine Bourlon.

crunch
Castres, le faux petit poucet

crunch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 33:20 Very Popular


Leader du Top 14 à l'issue de la phase régulière, le Castres Olympique, champion à deux reprises sur la dernière décennie, se pose en sérieux candidat au titre. Est-ce vraiment une surprise ? Et comment fonctionne-t-il ? Animé par Chrystelle Bonnet, avec Laurent Campistron, Clément Dossin et Maxime Raulin. Réalisé par Antoine Bourlon.

crunch
Un week-end cocorico !

crunch

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 38:20 Very Popular


La Rochelle et Lyon, vainqueurs de la Champions Cup et du Challenge Européen, poursuivent la très belle année du rugby français. Deux consécrations pour les deux clubs : quelles embûches ont-ils dû esquiver pour en arriver là ? Et comment bien finir la saison de Top 14 ? Animé par Chrystelle Bonnet, avec Alex Bardot, Clément Dossin et Patrick Sowden. Réalisé par Antoine Bourlon.

Not Invisible: Native Womxn on the Frontlines
Episode 19: Kahstoserakwathe Paulette Moore

Not Invisible: Native Womxn on the Frontlines

Play Episode Play 23 sec Highlight Listen Later May 23, 2022 36:47 Transcription Available


This episode of Not Invisible: Native Peoples on the Frontlines features a conversation with filmmaker, lecturer, artist and educator, Kahstoserakwathe Paulette Moore. Moore is Kanyen'kehà:ka (Mohawk) and an enrolled member of Six Nations of the Grand River territory where she is based.  Moore is a fluent (ACTFL intermediate-high) Kanyén'kéha speaker and recent graduate of Onkwawénna Kentsyóhkwa - an adult language immersion program at Six Nations. Moore is a 2022 recipient of the Banff Spark Accelerator Fellowship designed to address the systemic gap in gender equality and representation by providing essential opportunities and resources to help build significantly more Canadian women-owned businesses that excel both domestically and across the global media industry. Moore is a founding member of The Aunties Dandelion: a relationship-centered collective created in 2019. The Aunties Dandelion vision is to create an expansive human community informed by traditional Onkwehon:we (Indigenous) teachings with story sharing and healing narratives at the core. Key projects include The Aunties Dandelion monthly podcast (official 2021 selection of imagineNATIVE Film and Media Festival) and two speculative arts films. VeRONAka (2020) is a 10-minute fictionalized version of the true story that Kanyen'kehà:ka clan mothers gave Covid 19 a Mohawk name - so that we are able to respect the illness, understand why it is here and then invite it to leave. To listen to the complete conversation head on over to The Aunties Dandelion Podcast and be sure to follow The Aunties Dandelion on Instagram.This episode of Not Invisible: Native Peoples on the Frontlines was produced by Viktor Maco, Spirit Buffalo and J.B. Hart. Edited by Abbey Franz. Research by Sarah Rose Harper.Hosted by LeAndra Nephin.This season of Not Invisible: Native Peoples on the Frontlines is produced with support from Earth Rising Foundation, our Patreon producers, Reena Krishnan and Kathy Duerr.Additional support from our patrons at Patreon and Buy Me a Coffee.Would you like to be a guest on Not Invisible: Native Peoples on the Frontlines? Or know someone who would? Drop us an email at redhousetvseries@gmail.com.Like this episode? Then please be sure to leave us a 5 star review on Apple podcasts so others can enjoy it too!Support the show

Regenerative Ed
Ian Sanderson: Facilitating Experiences as a Blue Feather Educator

Regenerative Ed

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 68:54


Eek! I'm thrilled to bring you a conversation I had this week with Ian Sanderson. Ian Sanderson is a member of the Mohawk Nation, Turtle Clan, from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory.  He is committed to serving people from all backgrounds as they develop and elevate their awareness—of themselves, their work, their relationships, and the world—through innovative synthesis and application of Indigenous, Eastern, and Western thought. He facilitates individual and group learning processes, serving a diversity of people and organizations whether in conference rooms, schools, or in a forest. He has 25 years of outdoor and experiential education experience, applying principles of tracking and other natural-world skills to present day situations. He owns the Boulder Quest Center, a martial arts dojo where he teaches and trains in the art of To-Shin Do ninjutsu; a modern application of timeless principles of how to intelligently handle the challenges likely to arise in our societies today. Utilizing reality-based empowerment training, he coaches students in ways to promote peace, security, well-being, and building the kind of resiliency and perseverance that leads to life mastery.  He holds the rank of Yondawn- 4th-Degree Black Belt, and is also a student and practitioner of the Tendai and Shugendo Buddhist traditions of Japan since 2007 and took his deshi vows in 2017. Ian has also taught at Naropa University for over 10 years and is a Senior Adjunct Faculty member in the Environmental Studies Program. We hit on topics from breaking patterns to embodiment to disconnection because of covid to fear-based living, to the complication of a pendulum-swinging, reactive culture around very, very important justice issues.  We sneak in a few things about teaching, too. :) Links Boulder Quest Center to find out more about one of many aspects of Ian and to get in touch with him. Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking can Save the World by Tyson Yunkaporta We are Verbs Community (use code: PODCAST for $1 for the first month!)

House of Rugby
The holistic approach to rugby with Kyle Sinckler

House of Rugby

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 39:47 Very Popular


Alex Goode and Sean O'Brien are joined by Bristol Bears tighthead prop, Kyle Sinckler. They discuss Kyle's holistic approach to rugby and how a change of mindset has improved his performances on the pitch. He talks about his background and his mentors in the game, and lifts the lid on what really happened when he set the fire alarm off at Pennyhill Park! Want to hear more great podcasts from JOE?From The Corner - A crossover boxing show that will appeal to fight fans and newbies alike, with huge name guests from within the fight gameAll To Play For, Joe Cole and Tom Davis bring huge guests and hilarious stories from football's front linesIn Defence Of - Stevo the Madman challenges his friends from the worlds of sport and entertainment to come and debate with him on some of football's most contentious issues. Will they CHANGE HIS MIND!?TKO with Carl Frampton, bringing you unprecedented access and brutal honesty from inside the world of boxingSportspages - Dig into the stories behind some of the greatest sports books ever writtenBoys Don't Cry with Russell Kane, the show that gets men talking about the things men never talk aboutUnfiltered with James O'Brien, our critically-acclaimed and award-nominated interview seriesPioneers with John Amaechi - Meet the trailblazers behind Britain's most exciting businesses

MEDIA INDIGENA : Weekly Indigenous current affairs program
The Colonial Complications of Indigenous Reproductive Choice (ep 289)

MEDIA INDIGENA : Weekly Indigenous current affairs program

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 31:10


For our eighth 'MINI' INDIGENA of the season, MI regular Kim TallBear (professor in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta) and special guest January Rogers (Mohawk/Tuscarora poet, author, and media producer from Six Nations of the Grand River) join host/producer Rick Harp via the Callin app to discuss: i) Jacqueline Keeler's recent piece, “Striking Down Roe v. Wade Leaves Native Women and Girls Even More Vulnerable”; ii) why the time may be right for a Mister Indian World competition; iii) how the pro sports team that brought us the ‘Tomahawk Chop' took it upon themselves to add their voice to National Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Awareness Day; iv) intersections between forced sterilization and criminalizing abortion >> CREDITS: 'Microship' by CavalloPazzo (CC BY-SA 4.0)

Rugby Union Weekly
The Record Breakers

Rugby Union Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 55:45


Ashy talks about becoming record try scorer in Premiership history and reveals he's retired the infamous 'Ash Splash'. Danny also enjoyed a record-breaking weekend as he overtook Garath Archer for the most yellow cards in a season. There was also a record win for Gloucester at the weekend and London Irish set the record for the most draws in a season. England star Emily Scarratt stops by to discuss another Six Nations title for the Red Roses and why she's keeping her gold cap in a bag for life.

Rugby Union Weekly
Grand Slam glory for Red Roses

Rugby Union Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 23:05


Sara Orchard and World Cup winner Rachael Burford are in Bayonne to bring you all the reaction to England's victory over France in their Grand Slam decider. They chat to captain Sarah Hunter, Abbie Ward and Sarah Bern as England wrapped up a fourth successive Six Nations title.

The Diary Of A CEO by Steven Bartlett
E131: Jonny Wilkinson: Winning The World Cup Led To My Darkest Days

The Diary Of A CEO by Steven Bartlett

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 95:20 Very Popular


Jonny Wilkinson is one of the most famous rugby players of all time. With a career spanning two decades, he has won the rugby World Cup, the Premiership, the Heineken Cup, the Six Nations, and the Top 14. For all those years, people didn't really know what drove Jonny. Because when he was playing rugby, Jonny never felt good enough. Even the highest achievements in the sport would hold back his insecurities for only a few minutes. The journey of how he was able to break this toxic cycle and appreciate himself and the world around him to the full is one of the most inspiring stories we've ever heard. Jonny's own podcast, I Am, is available for download now. Topics: What shaped you into who you are Going in search of your identity Is your mindset now conducive of a world cup champion Your mental health after the World Cup drop goal How does someone become all they can be Was winning the World Cup really your goal? What impact has being open and honest had on your life? Your mental health journey Are you happy? Your partner Your drink - Number 1 Living Being introspective The last guest question Jonny: https://twitter.com/JonnyWilkinson https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/i-am-with-jonny-wilkinson/ Watch the episodes on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheDiaryOfACEO/videos Follow us on Telegram: https://t.me/diaryofaceo Sponsors: Huel - https://my.huel.com/Steven Myenergi - https://bit.ly/3oeWGnl