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John Murray is joined by Chief Football Writer at the Daily Mirror John Cross, to discuss the outcome of the Euro 2024 draw.Hear from England manager Gareth Southgate after England drew Denmark, Serbia and Slovenia. John also chats to Denmark manager Kasper Hjulmand who talks about his preparations to face England.Scotland manager Steve Clarke speaks to Jane Lewis after his side face a group containing the host nation Germany. Wales manager Rob Page discusses the prospects of facing a tough group if his side make it through the next stage of qualifying.TOPICS 01.59 - Scotland manager Steve Clarke 07.11 - England manager Gareth Southgate 10.01 - Denmark manager Kasper Hjulmand 13.53 - Wales manager Rob Page
Bruce is on the loose and Sasha gets life without parole, fun times. This week the brothers find out who really killed Vesper Fairchild. We discuss Slovenia, Bruce apologies (sort of), and the murderer is revealed. Thanks for listening. Read: Bruce Wayne Fugitive Vol. 2 Next: Bruce Wayne Fugitive Vol. 3
Alexi Lalas and David Mosse are back from a busy weekend of soccer to recap all of the action from around the beautiful game. The guys kick it off with Camp Cupcake, as the United States Men's National team is set to take on Slovenia in San Antonio, Texas, in January. In MLS, the semifinals are here! The guys recap Cincinnati's controversial winning goal and the missed handball in Houston. (6:36) In Europe, Folarin Balogun found the back of the net while Weston McKinnie's Juventus attempted to keep pace with Inter Milan at the top of the Italian table. (25:04) In #AskAlexi, we dove into pragmatic vs dogmatic approaches for managers and the new potential 'orange' card debuting next year. (41:23) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Episode 1658 Stevie Kim moderates Clubhouse's Ambassadors' Corner – In this episode, Anna Obukhovskaya interviews Alessandra Tessari. These sessions are recorded from Clubhouse and replayed here on the Italian Wine Podcast! Listen in on this series as Italian Wine Ambassadors all over the world chat with Stevie and their chosen wine producer. Which producer would you interview if you had your pick? Co-Moderator - Anna Obukhovskaya Anna obtained 14 years of expertise in wine retail, marketing & sales. Worked in a number of bigger companies and independent projects, found the italian wine tasting club. In 2023 she became an Italian wine Ambassador. Driven by passion for European wines she moved from Saint Petersburg in Russia to the charming Slovenia. Currently holding the position of a portfolio development and Sales expert at Dobro vino, a wine importing company in Ljubljana. Connect: Instagram wine_it_anna Website www.dobrovino.si Guest Bio - Alessandra Tessari Growing up in the north of Italy in Soave Classico hills, daughter of one vine growers, since the beginning of her life she wanted to go abroad to discover other cultures. Graduated in Japanese at Ca' Foscari, sommelier AIS and studying for WSET3, moved abroad in Japan and UK for almost one year. Currently works in Cantina di Monteforte, a co-op in Soave Classico area, explaining to foreigners the potential of garganega and the beautiful wine world. Her motto is “ see your home through a foreigner's eye”. Connect: Facebook www.facebook.com/Alee.Tessari Instagram www.instagram.com/tessarialessandra LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/alessandratessari More about the moderator Stevie Kim: Stevie hosts Clubhouse sessions each week (visit Italian Wine Club & Wine Business on Clubhouse), these recorded sessions are then released on the podcast to immortalize them! She often also joins Professor Scienza in his shows to lend a hand keeping our Professor in check! You can also find her taking a hit for the team when she goes “On the Road”, all over the Italian countryside, visiting wineries and interviewing producers, enjoying their best food and wine – all in the name of bringing us great Pods! To find out more about Stevie Kim visit: Facebook: @steviekim222 Instagram: @steviekim222 Website: vinitalyinternational.com/wordpress/ _______________________________ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram www.instagram.com/italianwinepodcast/ Facebook www.facebook.com/ItalianWinePodcast Twitter www.twitter.com/itawinepodcast Tiktok www.tiktok.com/@mammajumboshrimp LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/company/italianwinepodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin! Follow Italian Wine Podcast for more great content - winery interviews from the Clubhouse sessions! Psssst…FYI, this show is our most popular show, find out why by tuning-in!
Sabrina (@sabreezy2492) and special guest Naomi (@naomicalhoun) talk the beauty of Slovenia, the golden age of TAR and hotties on this season. Travel safe! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Highlights: Check out Terry's new book, "The Guy with the Sign, And Other Thoughts on Faith in Everyday Life" at www.terryplutobook.com; How are the Browns 7-3? What we saw from DTR on Sunday, and what we'd like to see next; Is Kevin Stefanski the NFL's most underappreciated coach right now? Stefanski: The "Nice Belichick"; How Myles Garrett is different this season; Terry's Weekly Kicker Update on Dustin Hopkins; Why Cavs rookie Craig Porter Jr. is so important right now; What the Cavs can do to get Darius Garland to shake his turnover habit; Why we think the NBA's In-Season Tournament is silly; Inside the Guardians' dealing of Cal Quantrill, and what Bally Sports has to do with it; Better late than never, some thoughts from the Stephen Vogt Guardians press conference; Thanksgiving thankfulness; and this week's two listener letters, one from Minneapolis, and one from Slovenia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tim Podlogar BSc, MSc, PhD is an applied researcher primarily working at the University of Birmingham where he conducts research in the field of sports nutrition and carbohydrate metabolism. He is also one of the nutritionists for Bora-Hansgrohe World Tour cycling team, Head of Development at Nduranz sports nutrition brand, Head of Science at the Human Performance Centre in Slovenia and a visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Primorska, Slovenia. In this podcast we discuss his journey from a low carb back to a high carbohydrate diet, his experience in nutrition for a World Tour Cycling Team, and his research into carbohydrate metabolism. Dr Podlogar shares his research into the importance of carbohydrates in both recovery and performance plus we touch on classical carbo loading for athletes and the need for multiple day glycogen loading protocols. We explore the implications of energy deficit and the need for carbohydrates to sustain the workloads of athletes. We discuss the differences between 'healthy' and 'less healthy' solutions for carbohydrate intake, and the pros and cons of different sources of carbohydrates. Plus, we discuss the potential dangers of relative energy deficiency and compromised bone density when it comes to train low strategies. We review the role of technology and nutrition in the world of cycling and discuss the potential benefits of continuous glucose monitoring. We also consider the psychological aspects of nutrition, as well as the importance of periodizing carbohydrate intake in order to optimize performance. Finally, we consider the importance of research into carbohydrate metabolism in extreme environments, such as heat and hypoxia, and the importance of testing nutrition strategies for IRONMAN or other hot races in the heat. Tim Podlogar at https://tpodlogar.com/ Research articles at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Tim-Podlogar
Ukens barmeny: Visste du at Acer-sjefen er en danske som tilbrakte deler av barndommen i Oslo? Christian Zinglersen mener Norge er det landet i Europa som kjenner Acer best. Og som krangler mest om Acer – kanskje helt uten grunn. Men hva driver de egentlig med, EUs energibyrå med 200 ansatte i Slovenia? Det skal du få høre, lige nu, så still inn ørene på dansk frekvens og lytt med!Strømsnadder: Elektriske pusekatter! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
When individuals are empowered, they are more likely to contribute to the economic growth and stability of their country. Empowered individuals are more likely to pursue education, engage in entrepreneurial activities. Please join us next week on Marketing with Russ..aka #RussSelfie, Episode 356 October 23, Monday, 8am Pacific Featuring Branka Pestar Hajsek Branka, from Kranj, Slovenia, is an Entrepreneur, with a mission to tap into the potential of humankind, by eliminating the fears and limitations. She is co-author in the book 'Intuitive -Speaking Her Truth' available on Amazon. Connect with Branka: LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/brankapestar Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Calendly: calendly.com/branka-empowerment/30min Connect with Russ: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/russhedge/ Website: www.russhedge.com #clarity #empowerment #neuroscience #Slovenia #emotionalintelligence #inspiration #live #livestream #InspirationSpecialist #marketing
Slovenia's capital, Ljubljana, is one of Europe's most thriving cities. Thanks to ABC Real Estate (+386 1 3 000 000), you can purchase stunning 2 to 6-room apartments in the prestigious Schellenburg residential building. Learn more at https://www.abc.si/s/Slovenia-Ljubljana-apartm ABC Real Estate City: Ljubljana Address: Tivolska 48 Website https://www.abc-nepremicnine.si/en/ Phone +386-40-860-000 Email email@example.com
Udinese and Slovenia international midfielder Sandi Lovrić reveals how good Serbia star Lazar Samardzic is, the potential of Italy wonderkid Simone Pafundi, how highly he rates Tottenham star Destiny Udogie as well as his hopes of one day playing in the Premier League in an exclusive interview with Nima Tavallaey and Carlo Garganese.This is an extended clip from this week's extra free interview episode of The Italian Football Podcast. The full interview is available for free in full on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Google podcasts.Every extra interview episode + every Monday weekend review episode of The Italian Football Podcast is free for all.To NEVER miss an episode of The Italian Football Podcast (as well as support the show), go to Patreon.com/TIFP or on Spotify to become a Patron for only $2.99 USD per month (excluding VAT).Follow us: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube
The Italian Football Podcast is delighted to sit down for an interview with Udinese and Slovenia international midfielder Sandi Lovrić for a chat on all things Udinese, Serie A as well as his future.Every extra interview episode + every Monday weekend review episode of The Italian Football Podcast is free for all.To NEVER miss an episode of The Italian Football Podcast (as well as support the show), go to Patreon.com/TIFP or on Spotify to become a Patron for only $2.99 USD per month (excluding VAT).Follow us: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube
On this WPN Call #287, Dr. Jim Garlow is joined by four special guests: Os Guinness, an English author and social critic; Valerie Huber, the Founder and President of The Institute for Women's Health and the former U.S. special representative for Global Women's Health; Paul Diamond, the leading attorney/barrister in the U.K. on religious liberty and human rights; and Alojz Pertele, the former Prime Minister of Slovenia. They each discuss their experience at the recent Alliance for Responsible Citizens (ARC) Conference. Websites: http://osguinness.com/about-os-guinness/ https://www.theiwh.org/ https://pauldiamond.com/ Dr. Jim Garlow has partnered with Pastor Mario Bramnick and Terry Barnes to bring you World Prayer Network (WPN), which seeks out Holy Spirit given strategies for how to be an effective and contagious Christ-follower in our present national situations. WPN hosts weekly prayer calls to seek out strategies for the transformation of nations, including our own. During these live calls, we share briefings from key leaders and then pray into what we see and hear from the Lord. Follow us on social media: facebook.com/wellversedworld twitter: @wellversedworld instagram: @wellversedworld www.wellversedworld.org
Na zdravje! That's "cheers" in Slovenian, and it's an apt opening for this episode, which is all about Slovenian wine. Join us as we uncork the rich tapestry of Slovenia's wine traditions, exploring the vast landscapes of vineyards and hearing from some top experts who guide us through the nuanced art of wine appreciation. Let's see what they recommend drinking when you're in the terroir. White, red, orange or gold—Slovenia's wines are award-winning, world class, and each glass tells the story of its homeland.In this episode, Dr. Noah Charney talks with Caroline Gilby, a British wine expert who writes for the famous Decanter magazine, Aleks Simčič, a renowned wine producer from Goriška Brda, Tomaž Kavčič, a Slovenian Michelin-starred chef, and Maja Pečarič, the 2023 Queen of Wine. If you want to learn more about Slovenian wines, visit the Taste Slovenia portal and discover all you wanted to know about the grape varieties present in Slovenia, three distinct wine-growing regions (Primorska, Posavje and Podravje) and about the natural wines, which are gaining on popularity.We also invite you to read more about St. Martin's Day, the most important celebration of wine in Slovenia, observed on 11 November and extending its joyous spirit for a week or two thereafter. This vibrant celebration extends beyond Slovenia's wine-growing regions, stretching from the sun-kissed Mediterranean Sea to the expansive Pannonian plains. The air is filled with the clinking of glasses, laughter, and the intoxicating aroma of freshly pressed grapes. Join the celebrations and witness the transformation of must into wine, as locals come together to honour this timeless tradition and savour the fruits of the harvest season. St Martin's Day is not just a celebration; it's a sensory journey through the soul of Slovenian winemaking, where every vine tells a story and every sip is a toast to tradition.Feel Slovenia the Podcast is brought to you by the Slovenian Tourist Board and hosted by Dr Noah Charney.Sound Production: Urska Charney For more inspirational content, check out www.slovenia.info and our social media channels, including Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Tripadvisor.
James Shillinglaw of Insider Travel Report talks with Kristjan Staničić, director of the Croatian National Tourist Board, and Karmen Novarlič, head of department of business communication for the Slovenian Tourist Board about their joint campaign that positions Croatia and Slovenia as attractive year-round destinations. The campaign culminated last month with a special event for travel advisors attending the Elevate 2023 Conference by Global Travel Collection, held in New York City Oct. 22- 25. Almost 40 hospitality partners, including hotels, tour operators, attractions and destinations, attended to represent the excellence that Croatia and Slovenia have to offer. For more information visit https://croatia.hror www.slovenia.info. If interested, the original video of this podcast can be found on the Insider Travel Report Youtube channel or by searching for the podcast's title on Youtube.
Day One of the Billie Jean King Cup finals is in the books and it saw a David and Goliath victory for Slovenia, and a strong start for 11 time former Champions Czechia. Plus Matt tells the tale of how Storm Hunter came straight from a plane to the tennis court, winning her match but losing her luggage. Follow the Billie Jean King Cup Finals on the official website.OUR LINKS:Become a Friend of the Tennis Podcast to help us to produce the show year-round, and receive exclusive access to bonus podcasts throughout 2023, including Tennis Re-Lived, listener questions pods, and Grand Slam review shows.Sign up to receive our Newsletter (daily at Slams and weekly the rest of the year, featuring Matt's Stat, mascot photos, predictions, and more)Follow us on TwitterFollow us on Instagram (@thetennispodcast)Subscribe to our YouTube channel.Check out our ShopRead our New York Times profileTennis Podcast Terminology Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week's guest Rory Cox phoned in all the way from Ljubljana, Slovenia to discuss enigmatic Seattle band The Walkabouts and their dark, haunting 1997 European release 'Nighttown' Songs discussed in this episode: Albuquerque - The Walkabouts; Mi se imamo radi - Die Jungen original Oberkrainer; Feel Like Going Home - The Walkabouts; Jinx - Tad; The Wellspring - The Walkabouts; River Of Deceit - Mad Season; The Light Will Stay On - The Walkabouts; Sunblind - Fleet Foxes; Follow Me An Angel, These Proud Streets, Tremble Goes The Night - The Walkabouts; The Old Man's Back Again - Scott Walker; Unwind - The Walkabouts; Travelling Light - Tindersticks; Lift Your Burdens Up - The Walkabouts; Face Of Evil - Dirtmusic; Prayer For You, Immaculate, Nocturno, Heartless, Slow Red Dawn, Harbour Lights, Forever Gone - The Walkabouts; Bluer Than Midnight - The The; Nightbirds, Like A Hurricane - The Walkabouts
Alexandra Wyman is an advocate and public speaker for resources in the aftermath of suicide. After she lost her husband to suicide in August of 2020, Alexandra found a need to change the language around suicide, and decided to write about it. Her memoir, The Suicide Club: What To Do When Someone You Love Chooses Death is an Amazon best seller. She has spoken at a variety of conferences including Bridging the Divide Suicide Prevention and Awareness Summit 2022, 2023 Northwest Conference on Childhood Grief, and has been accepted to present at the 2023 Military Social Work & Behavioral Health Conference and the International Association of Suicide Prevention Conference 2023 in Piran, Slovenia. Alexandra has also been a guest on a variety of podcasts including The Unlock Moment, Author Hour, Resilience Unravelled, She Persisted, and My Wake Up Call with Dr. Mark Goulston. Alexandra has her own podcast called The Widow's Club, as well. She practices pediatric occupational therapy and lives in Colorado with her son. To learn more about Alexandra and her work, visit her website at www.forwardtojoy.com.
RCN Real Estate in Slovenia has a not-to-be-missed hotel-castle investment opportunity for buyers who want to take advantage of the country's booming tourism market. Go to https://www.rcn.si/en/Real_estate/luxury-property_invest-in-slovenia.html to find out more. RCN Real Estate City: Ljubljana Address: 81 Galjevica Website https://www.rcn.si/en/ Phone +386-41-723-809 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Morocco joins Watke and Belz to talk through ten of MB90's most memorable moments, what kind of player he really was, how much responsibility he bears for the failure in Couva, whether the 2014 team would beat the 2023 team, the chip at the Azteca, jawing with Suarez at the U20 World Cup, the Slovenia goal, the Confederations Cup run, and much more. This is the first 20 minutes or so. The rest of the episode is available only to patrons.Subscribe to Scuffed on Patreon! Patrons get a private feed for two episodes a week, including the Monday Review with Watke and Vince, and a Friday show usually with Greg and Watke. Patrons also get access to our private Discord server, live call-in shows, and the full catalog of historic recaps we've made: https://www.patreon.com/scuffed
Adventure journalist Jayme Moye lives, breathes and writes about the adventures she lives. A former tech employee, Jayme found writing about her outdoor adventurous lifestyle was worth taking a leap of faith to explore. Ready for this new adventure, she jumped in and hasn't looked back. Listen to learn about the stories Jayme loves to share.Follow Jayme's life and work here: http://jaymemoye.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jaymemoye/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jayme.moye/ LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/jayme-moye-4373106a VeloNews: https://velo.outsideonline.com/ Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/ Sun Microsystems: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_Microsystems Boulder: https://www.bouldercoloradousa.com/ Triglav: https://julian-alps.com/en/p/triglav-national-park/52319762/ Julian Alps: https://julian-alps.com/en/ Slovenia: https://www.slovenia.info/en Adventure Journal: http://jaymemoye.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/AJ_2209_Slovenia.pdfAfghanistan Women's Biking Team: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/adventure/article/afghanistans-two-wheeled-revolution-first-womens-bike-racing-team-hits-the-road https://www.secsports.com/article/10726599/espnw-afghanistan-women-cycling-team-shows-bravery-resolve Kooteny Mountain Culture: https://kootenaymountainculture.com/ Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/kcrnews/february-10th-2023-kootenay-morning-with-jayme-moye-cam-chute Whitebark Pine: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/in-british-columbia-skiers-and-forest-conservationists-work-in-tandem Bushwalking in Tasmania: https://www.cntraveler.com/story/in-tasmania-bushwalks-help-conserve-native-flora Leadville CO: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/article/visit-historic-colorado-mining-leadville Race Across the Sky: : http://www.raceacrossthesky.com/ Suzi Ezterhas: https://www.suzieszterhas.com/index Shorkie Mix: https://hellobark.com/dogs/shorkie-shih-tzu-yorkie-mix/ Thank you for listening! Please take a moment to rate, review and subscribe to the Media in Minutes podcast here or anywhere you get your podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/media-in-minutes/id1555710662
A daily news briefing from Catholic News Agency, powered by artificial intelligence. Ask your smart speaker to play “Catholic News,” or listen every morning wherever you get podcasts. www.catholicnewsagency.com - Pope Francis reaffirmed the impossibility of women becoming priests, or even modern Church deacons, in an interview for a book released Tuesday in Italy. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/255804/pope-francis-on-women-deacons-holy-orders-is-reserved-for-men The Synod on Synodality has addressed the members of the Catholic Church in a letter published during the final days of the October gathering in Rome, inviting them to take an active role in “the discernment and decision-making” of the Church. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/255806/synod-on-synodality-addresses-the-church-in-letter-to-the-people-of-god Father Marko Rupnik, the former Jesuit priest and mosaic artist accused of serious abuses against women, has been accepted for priestly ministry in a diocese in Slovenia. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/255805/rupnik-accepted-for-priestly-ministry-in-diocese-in-slovenia Pope Francis on Wednesday appointed Father Richard Laurenson as the new bishop of the Diocese of Hamilton in northern New Zealand. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/255813/pope-francis-appoints-long-standing-parish-priest-as-new-zealand-bishop Today the Church honors Saint Evaristus, the son of a Greek Jew originally from Bethlehem, who was the sixth Pope of the Catholic Church. He is traditionally considered a martyr, but there is no documentation of the event. He is buried in the Vatican, near Saint Peter. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-evaristus-pope-33 The Church also celebrates Blessed Damian of Fulcheri. Born the son of a wealthy Italian family, Damian was kidnapped as an infant by a man who suffered from a mental illness. His parents prayed fervently to the Virgin Mary for help, and searchers were led to the unharmed boy by a miraculous light. Damian later became a Dominican priest, and he was famous for his missions throughout Italy, during which hundreds of people were converted to the faith, and was also known for working miracles. Many miracles were reported at his tomb in Modena, Italy after his death in 1484. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/blessed-damian-of-fulcheri-636
In this special episode, our host Dr. Noah Charney reports from the front lines of the Frankfurt Book Fair. In 2023, Slovenia is the guest of honour at this world's largest book fair. What is it like to be there and how is Slovenia presenting its literary output to the world? Along with exclusive interviews with Katja Stergar, director of the national Slovenian Book Agency, and Miha Kovac, Slovenia's program director for the book fair, Noah will be your insider guide. The Frankfurt Book Fair stands as one of the most significant events in the German market, where the STB reinforces Slovenia's visibility through promotional and communication activities. For this reason, a series of intensive promotional activities, with a specific focus on addressing guests seeking cultural experiences, were held. Additionally, the STB also unveiled its main tourism promotional theme for 2024-2025: Art and Culture.Leading up to, during, and after the Frankfurt Book Fair, the STB has promoteed Slovenia as a green boutique destination with a rich cultural heritage, using quotes from eminent Slovenian authors, poets, and writers like Slavoj Žižek, Srečko Kosovel, and Kajetan Kovič, complemented by captivating images of Slovenia. This advertising campaign ran from October 13 to 23, primarily targeting the German state of Hessen, with a particular focus on Frankfurt.In addition, a special landing page dedicated to Frankfurt Book Fair was launched in three languages: Slovenian, English, and German. The site provides information about the fair itself and underscores the significance of tourism, emphasizing its role in promoting tourist products, Slovenian culture, and diversity. At the beginning of the year, the STB created a landing page highlighting Slovenian art and culture, using it to launch a new cultural video that also served as an announcement for the book fair. The video features the host of this podcast, Dr. Noah Charney.Read more: Art and CultureA video: Slovenian Culture: A bonfire of creativity, art, and craftFeel Slovenia the Podcast is brought to you by the Slovenian Tourist Board and hosted by Dr Noah Charney.Sound Production: Urska Charney For more inspirational content, check out www.slovenia.info and our social media channels, including Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Tripadvisor.
Writer and avid hiker Peggy Orenstein is exactly the kind of person you should send off into the wilderness with an iPhone and a pair of hiking boots. And for this episode, we did just that. In October 2022, Slovenia rolled out the 167-mile Juliana Trail, a route that circles Slovenia's Triglav National park and the Julian Alps and takes walkers back in time. Peggy tackled a portion of the trail and along the way, she found: Well-preserved remnants of World War I. A rich farm-to-table cuisine. Cultural legacies, including a lengthy history of beekeeping. Fantastic hiking, that leads along the Sava River and through icon spots like Lake Bled. Don't miss these moments! 2:37: An interview with Peggy. 8:15: Her first day on the trail. 11:27: How the Juliana Trail came together. 14:33: Exploring Slovenian culture along the trail. 19:31: Visiting Lake Bohinj. 21:08: Losing her phone on the trail. 26:47: Toasting with a septuagenarian on a mountaintop. 30:58: The last day on the trail. 34:16: Peggy's ode to American pop music In the episode, you'll understand what it's like to hike the Juliana Trail, the trail's highlights, and how Peggy faced down her inner overachiever. Resources Read this episode's show notes, including a full transcript of the episode. Learn more about the Juliana Trail and plan your own hike. Read Peggy's other AFAR stories: hiking the Kumano Kodo trail in Japan, horseback riding in Wyoming, and exploring Yunnan, China. Buy Peggy's latest book, Unraveling: What I Learned About Life While Shearing Sheep, Dyeing Wool, and Making the World's Ugliest Sweater. Be sure to subscribe to the show and to sign up for our podcast newsletter, Behind the Mic, where we share upcoming news and behind-the-scenes details of each episode. And explore our second podcast, Unpacked, which unpacks a tricky topic in travel each week. And a special thanks to our season four Travel Tales by AFAR sponsor, Avalon Waterways, who shares our belief in the transformative power of travel.
Every day healthcare workers face a lot of stressful and emotionally challenging situations at work. Moreover the long drawn pandemic has had its impact on healthcare workers. Numerous deaths, making difficult choices due to resource constraints and overstretched days are some of the challenges that have affected health workers mentally and emotionally. With daily work demands being constant many of them are left with these issues unresolved. How then can we care for our caregivers who support the health and quality of life of their patients and their relatives? This is a taster of a program that uses large group learnings, small group sharing, peer-to-peer interactions and role-plays. This session will also provide an overview of the program that provides healthcare teams a platform to address their unaddressed pain, and emotional as well as psychological hurts Using a structured and sustained approach the program provides the supportive environment, caring community and appropriate skills for the healing of healthcare workers and equips them to go on to become better careers in the workplace. https://bit.ly/gmhc2022_mathewmulavelil_caringforthecaregiver
With the world's attention on Gaza, violence escalates in the West Bank. Plus: Thousands in Kuala Lumpur gather for pro-Palestine protests, Slovenia increases border control and why Arctic security matters to Japan.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tjasa Ferme is more than an actress; she's a dynamic creator who writes, produces, and stars in her own work. Her artistic vision revolves around transformation, pushing the boundaries of what is possible and challenging traditional relationships between actors and audiences. Tjasa shares her journey from Europe as a rock star's daughter and early experiences on the Slovenia stage, to becoming a fearless actress and artistic director in the heart of New York City. We'll dive into three stories that have shaped her life and career... In Slovenia, Tjasa never used a headshot, but that changed once she moved to NYC. She called up an old friend to help her find work as actress, but came to realize the ability to create was within her the whole time. Her theater company Transforma blends science and stage into one theatrical exploration. Subscribe to WINMI Producing this podcast is a rewarding experience, but it's also costly and time-consuming as I'm essentially a one-man operation. By subscribing you'll be supporting these podcasting efforts, and have access to extended conversations and other bonus content. Whether you subscribe or donate, your financial support of this podcast is greatly appreciated! Subscribe to get access to bonus episodes and extra content Make a one-time Donation to support transcripts and podcast production If you'd like to support WINMI but have limited funds to do so, then contact me directly for reduced-price or even free access to the bonus content. Follow WINMI: Website | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube ---------- Why I'll Never Make It is an award-winning, Top Theater Podcast with actor and singer Patrick Oliver Jones and is a production of WINMI Media. Background music is by John Bartmann and Blue Dot Sessions is used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Feminist foreign policy is gaining traction around the world. How does it work in practice – and what is the role of women in promoting peace? Andrew Mueller speaks to Sweden's former foreign minister, Margot Wallström, Slovenia's minister for foreign affairs, Tanja Fajon, politics professor Jennifer Piscopo and peace-mediation expert Johanna Poutanen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We explore the world of Japanese cuisine and its role in boosting the nation's profile around the globe. Monica Lillis sits down with London-based saké sommelier Erika Haigh and Monocle's Copenhagen correspondent, Michael Booth, meets Mads Battefeld of Sushi Anaba. Plus: Gregory Scruggs visits Uwajimaya, an authentic Japanese grocery shop in Seattle, and Guy de Launey explores how Japanese tea-making is brewing bilateral relationships in Slovenia.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
At age 54, Alenka Vrecek decided it was never too late for an adventure by bike, rolling out her front door in Tahoe City, aiming 2,500 miles south to her other door at the tip of Baja Mexico. For nearly two months Alenka rode alone, giving her ample time to think about life, struggle, love, loss, family and the meaning of home through the eyes of a Slovenian immigrant. A cancer survivor dealing with her husband's recent diagnosis with Parkinson's disease, Alenka made the tough decision to temporarily leave her family behind, achieving a lifelong desire to adventure before she couldn't any more. Alenka's book, She Rides – Chasing Dreams Across California and Mexico is an exceptionally well-written account of the adventure, channeling the great alpinist authors Reinhold Messner and Nejc Zaplotnik, her literary heroes. Our discussion with Alenka is more than just about the bike or the book; it's about self-discovery, finding strength within yourself and mustering the courage to persevere against all odds. 2:00 – Trail Whisperer gets married, Pow Bot served as officiant.9:00 – Introducing Alenka Vrecek, moving from Slovenia to Lake Tahoe.13:30 – Was it challenging to get on her feet once she first arrived in Alpine Meadows?15:45 – Ski racing, ski instruction and being a certified ski instructor, working at River Ranch.18:00 – Skiing at Squaw Valley in the 1980s with Mike Slattery, Tommy Day and Scot Schmidt. 22:30 – Getting into alpinism and looking up to Nejc Zaplotnik, who was a writer and climber.23:30 – Capturing the essence of Reinhold Messner, a huge inspiration in in writing She Rides.26:00 – The importance of mountains, being outside and exercising regularly. 29:00 – Living with tragedy and personal struggle, and rebuilding your life and identity through being outside and completing a personal journey. 30:00 – What made Alenka want to ride her mountain bike 2,500 miles from Lake Tahoe to Baja? 35:30 – The love of being alone, the power of spending time in the outdoors by yourself. 39:00 – Riding alone in Mexico, feeling less safe around people than around animals.42:00 – Appreciating simple luxuries of life like hot showers and good food. 44:15 – The difference between riding in California and Mexico through the Sierra Nevada. 47:30 – What is the meaning of home? Being content at home, finding adventure in the backyard and learning a life lesson from Alejandro. 53:30 – Pow Bot quotes “Truckin” from the Grateful Dead and its metaphor for life.56:00 – The concept of living to work vs working to live and city culture vs mountain culture.59:00 – Would you do the trip again alone or with someone?1:02:20 – The process of writing the book, “She Rides”. 1:12:00 – Promoting and marketing the book. 1:15:00 – Pow Bot opens up about his wife and her journey with breast cancer.1:17:00 – Did the bicycle heal Alenka mentally and physically?1:20:30 – The flow state and being in the zone and its importance to life, moving meditation. 1:25:25 – Wing foiling, e-foiling and being on the water. 1:27:50 – Alenka rode an Ibis Mojo 3 mountain bike, aka The Beast, from Tahoe to Baja with help from Big Tall Wayne and Karl Rogne at Olympic Bike Shop. 1:31:00 – What “oh shit” moments did Alenka have on the ride? 1:37:30 – What does Mind the Track mean to you?
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Slovenia 3-0 Finland & Finland 1-2 Kazakhstan IN THIS EPISODE... UEFA Euro 2024 Qualifiers, Group H, Games 7 & 8 A shocking couple of days for the Huuhkajat, which started with a resounding away defeat against Slovenia and culminated in a last-minute defeat against Kazakhstan. Both of which condemn Finland to miss out on automatic qualification and require the potential Nations League playoffs, to make it to Germany 2024. Mark W, Ally, Keke & Mark H talk through their perspectives of both games; Keke out in Ljubljana, while Ally was closer to home in Helsinki's Olympia Stadion. They talk thorugh the key action, the highlights (such as they were), and the growing uncertainty about the future of Markku Kanerva – can it really be the end of the 'Rivelution'? 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:56 Keke's travels - Slovenia 3-0 Finland 00:26:40 Thanks to E-P LahiTapiola for the tickets 00:27:20 Finland 1-2 Kazakhstan 00:44:10 Mark H's report from the Olympia Stadion 00:47:53 Is Rive's future in doubt? 00:55:08 Euro 2024 Group H table Blog: show notes and links https://finnishfootballshow.com/2023/10/19/match-reports-euro-2024-qualifiers-calamity/ ------------------------------------------------------------------ FFS MERCH
Elton "Skip" McGoun is an emeritus professor of finance at Bucknell University and a visiting professor at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia and at the University of Donja Gorija in Montenegro. He has presented and published on the history and culture of finance as well as automotive history and culture and served as area chair of the Vehicle Culture Section of the Popular Culture Association. He considers the two senses of the word "Sports" - competition and recreation - and their relative roles in the creation of the class of vehicles known as "Sports Cars." This episode is part of our HISTORY OF MOTORSPORTS SERIES and is sponsored in part by: The International Motor Racing Research Center (IMRRC), The Society of Automotive Historians (SAH), The Watkins Glen Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Argetsinger Family - and was recorded in front of a live studio audience. ======================================================================== Check out our membership program and go VIP at: https://www.patreon.com/gtmotorsports Other cool stuff: https://linkin.bio/grantouringmotorsports GTM = Years of racing, wrenching and Motorsports experience brings together a top notch collection of knowledge, stories and information. #everyonehasastory #gtmbreakfix - gtmotorsports.org
Dr. David Van Dyke, or DVD, serves as Director of the Marriage and Family Therapy Program and Associate Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy at Wheaton College. His areas of expertise are working with adolescents and their families and integration of Christian faith and systems thinking. He's a Fulbright Scholar in Hungary, and he's also started "With U Projects" with his wife Tara. It aims to strengthen the understanding of life's big transitions and learning better skills for healthy connection. DVD has spent time each year in Prague, where he supervised, trained, and consulted with mental health professionals from nine Central and Eastern European countries (Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine, Croatia, Bulgaria, and Serbia). He also developed g a post-master marriage and family therapy certificate that is culturally appropriate for Central and Eastern European professionals and meets EU regulations, which is set to launch in the Summer of 2024. In his personal time, he likes traveling, being with his family, kayaking with his wife, and exploring family history. This episode is hosted by Rob Chestnut, Director of the Training Team and International Team for Josiah Venture. He also recently helped lead the 2023 Fall Conference team. The theme for the 2023 Fall conference was "Lifeline: First Responders and the Anxious Generation," and DVD was our guest speaker. Learn more about Josiah Venture Website: www.josiahventure.com Instagram: @josiahventure Contact: email@example.com Josiah Venture Prayer Room Josiah Venture Prayer Room APP
Rural communities have long been touted for their remarkable resilience, and the same spirit is echoed in the hospitals in these communities. Many rural health leaders have a passion for serving the community they live in, and the resilience to keep healthcare accessible. Join us on this Episode of Rural Health Leadership Radio, where we hear from a resilient leader herself, Lili Petricevic MBA, BSN, and CEO of Sheridan Community Hospital in Sheridan, Michigan. Lili shares some of her leadership traits that made the success of Sheridan Community Hospital possible. We also discuss how she builds connections and relationships with the frontline caregivers at her hospital. “Things can change, if you do a good assessment and have good determination of where you want to be you can do it. “ -Lili Petricevic Lili Petricevic, MBA, BSN is the CEO of Sheridan Community Hospital since 2020. She was born in former Yugoslavia, Slovenia where she completed her education in Nursing and attended the University of Edvard Kardelj in Ljubljana. After immigrating to the United States and marrying a US military veteran, she received her BSN from the University of Detroit-Mercy and later her MBA with a concentration in healthcare from Davenport University. Since Lili settled in Michigan in 1992, she held various bedside RN positions ranging from rehabilitation, and med surg to Trauma Neuro intensive care. Her leadership positions as Manager and Director span from Nursing Departments, Care Management, Utilization Management, Home Care, Patient Care Logistics, and Throughput to third-party payer Medical Operations and Prior authorization divisions. In addition to these leadership roles, she has worked on the Tur-State IHI projects related to decreasing acute-level readmissions. Overall, Lili is extremely passionate about patient-focused healthcare services and finding opportunities to improve our healthcare system today. In her personal time, she enjoys spending time traveling with her husband Mark, and two daughters Jelena and Tiana.
Susan, your host, first wants the listeners to know that in this conversation, she's discussing the topic of suicide, which might be sensitive or upsetting for some of you. Be prepared for a respectful and authentic conversation. Susan welcomes Alexandra Wyman. Alexandra is an advocate and public speaker for resources in the aftermath of suicide. After she lost her husband to suicide in August 2020, Alexandra found a need to change the language around suicide and decided to write about it. Her memoir, The Suicide Club: What To Do When Someone You Love Chooses Death, is an Amazon best seller. She has spoken at a variety of conferences, including the 2023 Northwest Conference on Childhood Grief and the 2023 Military Social Work & Behavioral Health Conference, and has been accepted to present at the International Association of Suicide Prevention Conference 2023 in Piran, Slovenia. Alexandra is the host of The Widows Club podcast. She practices pediatric occupational therapy and lives in Colorado with her son. Key Takeaways: Alexandra shares her grief story of when she lost her husband to suicide. Grief is overwhelming; it comes in waves. The individual experience of grief is unique. Susan and Alexandra share how impactful it was for them when people took objects that belonged to their loved ones who passed away. People tend to think that what happened to you would never happen to them, and in the way of protecting themselves, they end up asking questions that end up shaming and blaming the grieving person. Not all people who died to suicide had a diagnosis. Alexandra learned to have compassion for her husband, who chose suicide; in her opinion, it takes a lot of courage to decide to end your own life to end an excruciating pain. Grief is an inward journey, a path of you learning about yourself and becoming a better version of yourself. Practice compassion and love for yourself. There are different types of grief. Be unapologetic about your boundaries! No matter who that person is, if someone is not honoring your grief, set boundaries to protect your healing process. You are more than your grief. Alexandra talks about The Widows Club. Remember, it is possible to get to a place of joy again. The grief will be with you for the rest of your life but will change over time. YOU CAN DO THIS! You are not alone; seek those moments of joy. Resources Tendrilsofgrief.com Email Susan: firstname.lastname@example.org If you find this episode helpful, please donate