Dr Becky and Izzie dust-down the Supermassive Tardis to explore the history of astronomy. From fossilised baboon bones and baby lamas to Einstein and black holes, the Supermassive team discovers how we came to understand the Universe the way we do today. Editor Richard talks to astronomer and science writer, Dr Stuart Clark, who reveals where the phrase ‘the dog days of summer' comes from. And Izzie chats to President of the Royal Astronomical Society, Professor Mike Edmunds, about the amazing Antikythera astronomical calculator. As usual, Dr Robert Massey is on hand to take on your questions. Stuart's latest book is Beneath the Night: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Beneath-Night-Stuart-Clark/dp/1783351535 Send your questions or astrophotography to firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet @RoyalAstroSoc, or find us on Instagram @SupermassivePod. The Supermassive Podcast is a Boffin Media production for The Royal Astronomical Society. The producers are Izzie Clarke and Richard Hollingham.
Join your dynamic duo, Brooke and Dave, as they sit down with Stuart Clark, Sr. Developer Advocate, AWS Community Engagement Team, and Du'An Lightfoot, Sr. Cloud Networking Developer Advocate AWS Infrastructure specialist team. Developer Advocates and hosts of the popular Twitch show, Big Dev Theory, Du'an and Stuart have set the virtual stage ablaze with their infectious passion for building solutions for developers, by developers. Demos over PowerPoints, and coding over theory. The two walk us through their exciting journey and share invaluable insights. For those keen on unlocking the mysteries of the networking underlying AWS services, Du'an's got a pocket full of tips and his inspiring transition from military life to the tech world. And just when you think it's all techie, we delve into the enigma that is...baby carrots
In this episode, I chat with Stuart Clark, educator and head of campus (Vision Valley) at Pymble Ladies' College. Stuart has been involved in the education sector for more than 25 years. He's worked in outdoor, classroom, and adult education, as well as in educational leadership. He holds numerous qualifications, including Master of Teaching and Master of Education degrees. The Residential Program at Vision Valley for Yr 9 students involves all elements of a holistic education including a bespoke academic program, outdoor education and adventure-based learning, life skills courses, service, personal reflection. Listen in to hear our discussion on: - Why being in nature and contemporary tech-driven, pressured life seem to be becoming increasingly separate - The philosophy behind the Residential Program holistic education offered - Why these programs foster character development, team building and resilience for adolescents, setting them up for success in the world after school - What a 24 hour Wilderness solo is - The benefits of digital detox for teens - Other opportunities for all adolescents via programs like Duke of Edinburgh, Outward Bound and ways parents can initiate and support this development - Plus listen in to hear how wild, shy echidnas are helping the children get through nights on their own in the bush – without any prompting from anyone! Links: You can find all all resources mentioned in this episode below: Pymble Ladies College - Vision Valley Outward Bound Duke of Edinburgh Program
The European Space Agency's long-awaited Juice Mission is about to blast off for Jupiter's moons. Its goal: to find out whether the oceans below their icy surfaces could be capable of supporting life. Madeleine Finlay speaks to Dr Stuart Clark about why moons are the new Mars for scientists seeking life, how magnetic fields can help us understand these mysterious lunar oceans, and what Juice might mean for our understanding of life beyond the solar system. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/sciencepod
This week on Hull on Estates, Stuart Clark and Aaron Chan discuss the recent decision in Dors et al. v. The Public Guardian and Trustee, 2023 ONSC 1503, where the Ontario Superior Court of Justice addressed the application of the cy-pres doctrine in circumstances in which a charity ceased operations after the execution of a will. Follow us on social media:
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This week star gazers will be hoping to catch sight of an exotic green comet that last passed by Earth 50,000 years ago. But, unlike the view our Neanderthal ancestors would have had, light pollution will make witnessing this celestial event an impossibility for many. Ian Sample speaks to astronomy journalist Dr Stuart Clark about how best to see the comet, and why it's time to rethink our relationship with the night sky. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/sciencepod
Value investing is an investment philosophy whereby the investor buys assets that they believe to be undervalued by the market and thus have the potential to generate returns.Over the last 12 months there has been a shift from growth to value: Surging inflation and commodity prices have been hugely beneficial for legacy companies in the oil and gas, and mining sectors as they have been able to take advantage of the global energy crisis and the switching on of demand post-Covid. An environment of rising interest rates is also helping value stocks to appear more valuable, as growth companies tend to have longer-term cash flow horizons; hence their valuations are affected more by rising rates.So, with the increasing focus on sustainability can one be sustainable and a value investor at the same time?Joining Ima Jackson-Obot, deputy features editor at FTAdviser, to discuss the topic are Roberta Barr, head of value team ESG - fund manager at Schroders, and Stuart Clark, WealthSelect portfolio manager at Quilter Investors.The FTAdviser podcast is the podcast for financial advisers, brought to you by FTAdviser. Each week, FTAdviser is joined by guests from the industry to discuss the week in news and pressing industry issues. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Full episode for Sunday 15 January 2023 with Luke Marlow and Josh Reynolds co-hosting the show. The boys are joined by Melbourne Storm hooker Bronson Garlick plus we speak to Stuart Clark about Steve Smith's second ton in the Big Bash. Roger Rasheed reflects on the first week of the Australian Open tennis. Phil Moss reviews the A-League Men's and the news of Dwight Yorke's departure from Macarthur. We chat racing with trainers Richard Collett and Luke Price plus journalist Richard Callander. We also have the League Super Quiz as Luke and Josh present their final edition of the summer show.
Australia is dominating the Sydney Test with Usman Khawaja batting through the day to close in on his double hundred and Steve Smith completing his 30th Test century. It was a day of toil in the field for South Africa with the pitch not giving much help and Australia's batters piling on the runs. Andrew Moore, Stuart Clark and Kirsten Beams were joined by Smith to talk about the day's play.
A frustrating day at the SCG with a combination bad light, lightning and rain meaning only 47 overs were possible. There was plenty of drama with David Warner out cheaply, Marnus Labuschagne and Usman Khawaja made half centuries and there was even a controversial overtuning of a catch. Join Andrew Moore, Glenn McGrath and Stuart Clark as they round up the first day of play in Sydney.
Australia wrapped up a Test and series win before Tea on Day 4 of the 2nd Test against South Africa. The tourists were dismissed for 204 with Australia winning by an innings and 182 runs. Corbin Middlemas, Glenn McGrath, Stuart Clark and Neil Manthorp are joined by Mitch Starc and Mullagh Medallist for player of the match David Warner
Rain forced an early halt to proceedings at on Day 3 of the Boxing Day Test with Australia in total control. A century for Alex Carey helped them to a score of 8 for 575 declared and South African's captain Dean Elgar was dismissed for a 3 ball duck. Corbin Middlemas, Glenn McGrath and Stuart Clark were joined by Alex Carey to round up the day's play.
During the Boxing Day Test, Australian Cricketers' Association CEO Todd Greenberg speaks about the scheduling of cricket around the world. He also talks to Matt Clinch, Stuart Clark and Jim Maxwell about broadcast rights negotiations and if there will ever be cricket on Christmas Day.
Join Corbin Middlemas, Stuart Clark and Glenn McGrath as they round up all the action from Day 2 of the Boxing Day Test. David Warner brought up his 200 before leaving the field injured. Warner's enforced departure and a blow to the finger of Cameron Green were the only negatives for a dominant Australia. Steve Smith joined the team to discuss the day.
Join the ABC Cricket team for Grandstand at Stumps after Day 1 of the Boxing Day Test at the MCG. Corbin Middlemas and Stuart Clark chat to Cameron Green after his first 5 wicket haul in Test Cricket on what was a memorable day with Shane Warne remembered at his beloved Melbourne Cricket Ground.
What on earth was that?! The Brisbane Test was over in just two days, so we try to make sense of it all. Ed and Corbin are on a Chrissy break, but we have the very special duo of Brett Sprigg and former Aussie quick Stuart Clark taking over. The Gabba pitch, David Warner's future, Sydney Thunder all out for 15, the Aussie women in India, and of course the Boxing Day Test are all on the agenda. Big ep cricket nerds. Enjoy.
This week on Hull on estates, Stuart Clark and Mashal Hakimi discuss the Ontario court of appeal decision case of Scalia v Scalia 2015 ONCA 492, regarding whether a power of attorney can severe a joint tenancy. Follow us on Social Media.
England beat Sri Lanka by 4 wickets at the SCG to qualify for the final four at the men's T20 World Cup. We get reaction from Jos Butler, Mark Wood, Adil Rashid and Sri Lanka coach Chris Silverwood and analysis by Jonathan Agnew, T20 World Cup winner Ravi Bopara and Ashes winner Stuart Clark.
We hear about Stuart's life in music, starting out as a pirate radio DJ for Radio Caroline, Stuart talks of his many adventures on sea and land back when commercial radio was illegal. Find out from Stuart which movie gives the most accurate depiction of what those days in pirate radio were like. Listen to Stuart talk about what led to the creation of Hot Press magazine in Ireland. Listen to Stuart talk about the Irish artists he is excited about now and what music scenes are thriving in Ireland. Do you know who the hip hop stars are coming out of Limerick? And where the new wave of Irish trad music is coming from? Did you know Fontaines DC are Irish? Stuart talks about all of this and more including his favourite moment in music journalism so far. Was it when he met Joe Strummer, or one of his many meetings with Dolores O'Riordan and The Cranberries, or another time? How does he handle meeting so many famous musicians? You'll have to listen in to find out. Stay tuned for a selection of music submitted by our audience during our Sunday Sync listening sessions. Did the music fit the sync brief? Find out what our panel of music and film experts think will or won't work for film and TV. Stuart Clark Hot Press Twitter Stay tuned for our sync session where our panel of filmmakers and music industry experts provide feedback on our listeners' holiday music for sync. Music is the difference between a good film and a great one. Music Songs included in this episode are: Jeepster by Marc Bolan Starman by David Bowie White Riot by The Clash Give Peace a Chance by John Lennon Linger by The Cranberries Skinty Fia by Fontaines DC SYNC SESSIONS Featuring: "Jump Right In" by the Sea Suns "Still with Me" by Nomae "Drive" by Claire Arena Feat. Chu The Producer 2 Sense Music presents The Sync Report, where you will meet industry experts and top level songwriters as we pull the curtain back on music placement and scores, build vital relationships and provide real opportunities to our listeners. Listen to indie filmmakers present their latest productions and describe specific scenes as they consider music submitted by our audience. Please tell your friends about us, and remember to rate, comment, & subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts and across all platforms. And find us at The Sync Report here TSR Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Youtube Linkedin Tik Tok The Sync Report podcast is: Hosted By: Colin O'Donoghue - Rose Ganguzza - Jason P. Rothberg Featuring: Kevin Sharpley - Paula Flack and Willow Produced By: JASON P ROTHBERG - KEVIN SHARPLEY - PAULA FLACK - ROBERT CAPPADONA Executive Producers: COLIN O'DONOGHUE - ROSE GANGUZZA - JASON P ROTHBERG - KEVIN SHARPLEY - GIANFRANCO BIANCHI - DEAN LYON Writers: JASON P ROTHBERG - LISA DUNN - PAULA FLACK Editors: JASON P ROTHBERG - MILFREDO SEVEN - PAULA FLACK EDGAR “EDGE” CAMEY - ADAM MCNAMARA Marketing Director: PAULA FLACK Music Supervisors: PHILL MASON Music Department: Heather Ragnars – Phill Mason - Lisa Dunn Foley: PHILL MASON Research: LISA DUNN Art Director: GIANFRANCO BIANCHI Graphic Design: JODYLYNN TALEVI College Programs: DR STACY MONTGOMERY College interns: Angela Nicastro - Drift
This week on Hull on Estates, Stuart Clark and Tsvetomira Niklin discuss the Court of Appeal's decision in , where a party under disability sought leave to appeal the Court's approval of a settlement, while the appeal was not supported by the litigation guardian in the proceedings. Follow us on Social Media.
Tim and Shane discuss the Australia vs Sri Lanka test, some greats have already fallen at Wimbledon, Nick Kyrgios drama, the Matildas draw with Portugal, Matt Lodge's move to the Roosters, Aaron Naughton's headband + more! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
“GHOSTS, GRAVITY, AND ISAAC NEWTON” and Other True Stories (PLUS BLOOPERS)! #WeirdDarknessClick here to find Weird Darkness in your favorite podcast app: https://linktr.ee/weirddarkness IN THIS EPISODE: The scientist Isaac Newton is best known for his being the first to create the theory of gravity. But now we've learned it is very possible that would never have happened had this scientist not had a bit of sorcerer in him as well. (Ghosts, Gravity, and Isaac Newton) *** On Easter Sunday, 1475, in the city of Trent, a 2-year-old boy named Simon was found dead. This one act triggered a wave of anti-Semitism that wiped out a community of Jewish males and threatened the power of a pope. All from the death of one child. (History's Most Dangerous Toddler) *** "I am innocent, that mark of mine will NEVER be wiped out. It will remain forever to shame the county for hanging an innocent man…. " Alexander Campbell said these words on June 21, 1877 shortly before his hanging. And true to his word, the handprint he left behind refuses to fade away – no matter how hard people try to remove it. (The Reappearing Handprint) *** A century ago, in July 1920, The Illustrated Police News, ran a single story on its front page, complete with a drawing of a man lying on top of a woman, both surrounded in blood. But even more disturbing – a young boy, very much alive, and apparently watching the whole thing. (The Little Boy Who Watched His Parents Die) *** It took a while before the first woman to be hanged would take place in the USA – but in 1778 it finally happened. And her name was Bathsheba Spooner. (The Hanging of Bathsheba Spooner)(Dark Archives episode from July 24, 2020)SOURCES AND ESSENTIAL WEB LINKS…BOOK: “Never At Rest: Isaac Newton Biography” by Richard Westfall: https://amzn.to/39sjNS7 BOOK: “Ghostwalk” by Rebecca Stott: https://amzn.to/3eYzilN BOOK: “Trent 1475: Stories of a Ritual Murder Trial” by Po-Chia Hsia: https://amzn.to/3fTNnSS BOOK: “The Martyrdom of the Franciscans: Islam, the Papacy, and an Order of Conflict” by Christopher MacEvitt: https://amzn.to/39qHYjF BOOK: “Most Haunted Crime Scenes in The World” by David Pietras: https://amzn.to/2CYWNxT BOOK: “Murdered By His Wife” by Deborah Navas: https://amzn.to/2ZXkH5V BOOK: “Bathsheba Spooner: A Novel” by Deborah Navas: https://amzn.to/3fZMMiq “Ghosts, Gravity, and Isaac Newton” by Stuart Clark for The Guardian: https://tinyurl.com/yyuh7drh “History's Most Dangerous Toddler” by Candida Moss for The Daily Beast: https://tinyurl.com/yytph8ck “The Reappearing Handprint” by Ellen Lloyd for Ancient Pages: https://tinyurl.com/y6cxde8r “The Little Boy Who Watched His Parents Die” by Dr. Nell Darby for Criminal Historian: https://tinyurl.com/y4tzofj3 “The Hanging of Bathsheba Spooner” posted at Executed Today: https://tinyurl.com/y267xktg Subscribe to the podcast by searching for Weird Darkness wherever you listen to podcasts – or use this RSS feed link: https://www.spreaker.com/show/3655291/episodes/feed.Weird Darkness theme by Alibi Music Library. Background music provided by Alibi Music, EpidemicSound and/or AudioBlocks with paid license. Music from Shadows Symphony (https://tinyurl.com/yyrv987t), Midnight Syndicate (http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ), Kevin MacLeod (https://tinyurl.com/y2v7fgbu), Tony Longworth (https://tinyurl.com/y2nhnbt7), and/or Nicolas Gasparini/Myuu (https://tinyurl.com/lnqpfs8) is used with permission. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =(Over time links seen above may become invalid, disappear, or have different content. I always make sure to give authors credit for the material I use whenever possible. If I somehow overlooked doing so for a story, or if a credit is incorrect, please let me know and I will rectify it in these show notes immediately. Some links included above may benefit me financially through qualifying purchases.)= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = ="I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in me should stay in darkness." — John 12:46Visit the Church of the Undead: http://undead.church/ Find out how to escape eternal darkness at https://weirddarkness.com/eternaldarkness Trademark, Weird Darkness ®. Copyright, Weird Darkness ©.= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =00:08:44.832, 00:28:16.498,
They're the heroes of space travel who had to suffer unimaginable terror for the sake of us humans. Today we're talking about the ICONIC space monkeys of the late 1950s. But why use primates? Why did the Russians use dogs? Were there any alternatives? And what happened to these brave space pioneers? Astronomy journalist Dr Stuart Clark is here to chat about all this and more! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week on Hull on Estates, Stuart Clark and Nicole Cianci discuss the recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision, Barsoski Estate v. Wesley, 2022 ONCA 399, which comments on the difference between a license versus a life interest and rules that there is no presumption favoring a license over a life interest when the intended beneficiary is a friend, as the prevailing approach to will interpretation requires a court to consider the surrounding circumstances and give the words placed in a will the meaning intended by the particular testator.