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Bafta-winning actor Suranne Jones is back on our screens with Maryland, a three-part drama about two sisters discovering that their mother was leading a secret life. Suranne, who plays the younger sister Becca, is also executive producer on the series. She joins Hayley to explain how the idea, which came to her in a dream, made it onto the small screen. A new law to be tabled in Parliament today would abolish no-fault evictions and make it illegal for landlords to refuse tenancies to those in receipt of benefits, as part of a long-promised overhaul of the private rental sector in England. Housing campaigners said the bill was a "huge opportunity" to improve the lives of the 11 million renters in England - but its still doesnt go far enough to help many renters, 40% of which are women. Melissa York, the assistant property editor at The Times and The Sunday Times & Polly Neate, Chief Exectuive of Shelter. Psychiatrists say they're worried that some people with eating disorders are being offered palliative care, warning it is not a terminal illness and most people can recover. Carolyn Atkinson reports and Hayley talks to mental health campaigner Hope Virgo. Hayley talks to scientist and academic Athene Donald about her new book Not Just for the Boys which examines the historic societal exclusion of women from science and the systemic disadvantages women in science operate under. She looks at the common myths that science isn't creative and that it is carried out by a lone genius in an ivory tower, offering her perspective on what progress has been made, and how more is needed. Presenter: Hayley Hassall Producer: Lucinda Montefiore Studio Manager: Steve Greenwood
Surviving Narcissism with Dr. Les Carter
Dr. Les Carter shares an insightful interview with psychologist Dr. Craig Malkin, who is a lecturer at the Harvard Medical School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and who also maintains an active therapy practice. Dr. Malkin explains how narcissism is a combination of inborn temperament and learned patterns, and also discusses why they have such difficulty regulating themselves as adults. Go to https://betterhelp.com/survivingnarcissismpodcast for 10% off your first month of therapy with BetterHelp and get matched with a therapist who will listen and help #sponsored Sign up for Dr. Carter's NEW course: Ready, Set, Connect https://courses.survivingnarcissism.tv/courses/ready-set-connect Get 30% off when you use the coupon code: SNCommunity30 Dr. Les Carter is a best selling author and therapist who has semi-retired to Waco, TX. In the past 40+ years he has conducted more than 65,000 counseling sessions and many workshops and seminars. He specializes in anger management and narcissistic personality disorder. Join the Team Healthy community HERE: https://survivingnarcissism.tv/subscribe/ Check out videos, articles, quizzes, and more at our website: https://survivingnarcissism.tv You can follow Surviving Narcissism on: Twitter: @SNarcissism101 Instagram: @survivingnarcissism101 Facebook: @survivingnarcissism101 Dr. Carter has two other courses that you may find to be useful: Free to Be: Reclaim & rediscover your uniqueness https://survivingnarcissism.tv/free-to-be-course/ This Is Me: Setting boundaries with the controllers in your life https://survivingnarcissism.tv/this-is-me Dr. Carter's personal website: http://drlescarter.com/ Dr. Carter's other YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/drlescarterBookstore: https://survivingnarcissism.tv/books-on-narcissism-surviving-narcissism/ Dr. Craig Malkin, author of the internationally acclaimed, Rethinking Narcissism and co-author of the NYT bestselling The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump, is a clinical psychologist and Lecturer for Harvard Medical School with over 30 years of experience helping individuals, couples, and families. His articles, advice, and insights on relationships have appeared in newspapers and magazines such as Time, The New York Times, The Sunday Times, Psychology Today, Women's Health, Huffington Post and Happen Magazine, as well as countless other popular print and online media outlets. He's also been a featured multiple times on NPR, CBS Radio, the Oprah Winfrey Network channel, appeared on various local morning shows, and been a guest on many radio stations and podcasts here and abroad. Dr. Malkin is president and director of the Cambridge, Massachusetts–based YM Psychotherapy and Consultation, Inc., which provides psychotherapy and evidence-based couples workshops. He lives in Boston with his wife and twin girls.
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What is the most recognizable hymn of all time-- Many of you would likely say, Amazing Grace. We often hear this song at a vigil or remembrance service or perhaps played on bagpipes. Regardless of where or how this hymn is performed, it's stood the test of time for 250 years.--Do you know the story behind the song and the man who wrote this testimonial of the faith----Bruce Hindmarsh is the James M. Houston Professor of Spiritual Theology and Professor of the History of Christianity at Regent College in Vancouver. He wrote his doctoral thesis at Oxford on John Newton and it was published as John Newton and the English Evangelical Tradition. He also edited and wrote an introduction for an edition of Newton's autobiography and his letters on growth in grace, The Life and Spirituality of John Newton. He is a fellow of the Royal Historical Society and a past president of the American Society of Church History.--Craig Borlase is a New York Times, Sunday Times, and international bestselling ghostwriter of dramatic, engaging memoirs. Over the last two decades, he has written more than fifty-five books, working with a diverse range of authors for a global audience.--This Crosstalk began as Bruce and Craig described what drew their interest to research and tell the story of John Newton, the writer of Amazing Grace. From there, Bruce described how the book actually begins with a death, the death of John's mother, who had intended for young John to enter the ministry. He also didn't fit very well into the family when his father remarried. So early on, John's life was marked by trauma.
The Sunday Times' tech correspondent Danny Fortson brings on Stability.ai's founder Emad Mostaque, to talk about whether artificial intelligence (AI) is going to kill us all (3:30), why AI is the most important invention since the internal combustion engine (8:00), the next leap (12:40), the explosion of large language models and chatbots (17:00), why he is being sued (21:40), how AI can improve humans (25:30), how it will serve as the new platform (31:00), how he plans to make money (33:30), growing up in London (35:30), his charity (39:10), London's status as a hub (44:50), the most vulnerable industries (49:10), and his problem with OpenAI (56:10). Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
TURNING THE TABLES ON TALK ART with ALAN CARR!!!! To celebrate the launch of the brand new Talk Art book 'The Interviews', Russell & Robert meet legendary broadcaster, stand-up comedian and writer ALAN CARR. Who better to chat with than the CHATTY MAN himself???!!!We discuss our new book Talk Art: The Interviews! That's right, it's TALK ART BOOK 2 release day!!! We are PUBLISHED AUTHORS! for a second time!!A huge THANK YOU to all the talented artists whose artworks are featured in the book and to our superstar editor Alison Starling and the team @octopus_books_ & @ilex_creative for their support and belief. Follow Alan Carr @ChattyMan on Instagram. Visit Waterstone's or The Margate Bookshop to buy our brand new TALK ART BOOK 2, out today Thursday 11th May 2021 in UK & Europe and from 6th June in USA & Canada. The book has also been translated into Korean and available in South Korea.'Insights from the zeitgeist are preserved with conviction and clarity, offering an inclusive way to access contemporary art in all its forms. If Talk Art is the fun podcast, then this book is the educational supplement to be prescribed alongside it.' - AestheticaThe authors of the Sunday Times bestseller Talk Art: Everything you wanted to know about contemporary art but were afraid to ask, have brought together 24 of the most profound, moving, funny and informative interviews from the wildly popular Talk Art podcast.These curated excerpts explore the inspirations, art experiences and favourite artists of a fascinating range of creative people from Grayson Perry to Elton John, from Tracey Emin to Paul Smith, and from Wolfgang Tillmans to Sonia Boyce, accompanied by images of the artworks that they have created or that have influenced them.For images of all artworks discussed in this episode visit @TalkArt. We are on Twitter too @TalkArt. If you've enjoyed this episode PLEASE leave us your feedback and maybe 5 stars if we're worthy in the Apple Podcast store. For all requests, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome our first ever Family Travel special. I had my first child back in October last year, and it's been you the listeners who have reached out to me in such overwhelming numbers asking for a dedicated family travel episode because there isn't a ton of advice out there for new parents travelling with a baby, where to go what to pack - it can be quite overwhelming. So here we are! Obviously, this episode might not appeal to everyone. So if you're one of those regulars, please tune in next week, we'll be back with a great celeb guest.So how's this going to work? My current plan is to release a family focussed episode each season that loosely tracks my own experience as a mother. Today we'll be chatting with a bit of a focus on travelling with a baby up to around 6 months. Next season will then probably focus on 6 months to the toddler phase and so on. It won't follow the usual 7 chapters but focus on things like travel tips, the best recommendations and bucket list destinations for that specific age group. I'm delighted to be joined by two seasoned family travellers to guide me through this. Kate Leahy is an acclaimed travel journalist who spent ten years working in-house at The Sunday Times and now contributes to The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Times, and much more. Prior to a career in journalism, Kate spent five years working as British Airways cabin crew, often observing the logistics of parents travelling with children. Now mum to two-year-old twins, she's putting everything she has learned along the way into making her own family travel memories.Joining her is Frankie Collinson, who is the co-founder of the family travel start-up Tiny Travelship which provides vetted recommendations across all price ranges for both family specific and family friendly spots across the globe. They've just launched a new booking website and their Instagram has inspired a lot of my own Family Travel Bucket List!Destination RecapGreeceMonastery Estate Retreat, Crete, GreeceCaserio del Mirador, Alicante, SpainAlmyra, CyprusDaios Cove, Crete, GreecePuglia, Italy Ikos ResortsMartinhal, Sagres, PortugalMartinhal, Lisbon, Portugal Marbella Club, SpainCretan Malia Park, Crete, GreeceCosta RicaCasa Pineta, Elba Island, ItalyAustraliaWith thanks to...Roarsome - Head to roarsome.com and use the code TRAVELDIARIES for 20% off all clothing, events and adventures in 2023.Forte Village, Sardinia - Forte Village is the perfect place for your holiday in Sardinia, a beautiful corner of paradise Thanks so much for listening today. If you'd like to hear more from the podcast don't forget to hit subscribe, or if you use Apple Podcasts to press follow so that a new episode lands in your podcast app each week. If you want to be the first find out who is joining me on next week's episode come and follow me on Instagram I'm @hollyrubenstein, and you'll also find me on Twitter and TikTok as of a few weeks ago, also @hollyrubenstein - I'd love to hear from you. And if you can't want until then remember there's the first eight episodes to catch up on, that's over ninety episodes to keep you busy there. All the destinations mentioned by my guests are included in the episode show notes here on your podcast app, and listed on my website, thetraveldiariespodcast.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
John Mooney, Security Correspondent with the Sunday Times, on concerns about Russian naval activity in Irish waters.
Jessie Keane has Romany heritage and her Gran — who had 'the sight' — foretold that that Jesse would not only write, but be famous for it. 6.5 million copies later and with each book becoming a Sunday Times top ten bestseller, that prediction has come true. Jesse celebrates fifteen years since her debut novel, Dirty Game, with her latest thriller, Never Go Back. She tells us how she found her voice as a writer and why she never takes no for an answer. The Two Marks also answer the questions, ‘What's the worst that can happen?' by revealing their own most humiliating moments.
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It's an easy journalistic shorthand to hall Putin a new tsar (I've done it myself), but what might it mean? Coronation weekend in the UK seems a fitting time to consider the pitfalls for Putinism of its pseudo-monarchic tilt.In the second part a quickfire look at Ukraine's war of sabotage inside Russia, the incredible shrinking Victory Day parade, and the even more quickly shrinking Prigozhin.My articles on the drone attack and sabotage campaign are in the Spectator and Sunday Times; the Meduza piece on Mediazona's research about proxy attacks is here.The podcast's corporate partner and sponsor is Conducttr, which provides software for innovative and immersive crisis exercises in hybrid warfare, counter-terrorism, civil affairs and similar situations.You can also follow my blog, In Moscow's Shadows, and become one of the podcast's supporting Patrons and gain question-asking rights and access to exclusive extra materials right here. Support the show
This episode features a talk given by Merlin Sheldrake titled "Mycological Metaphysics: Fungi and Alfred North Whitehead”. It was presented at the 50th Anniversary Conference of the Center for Process Studies. https://ctr4process.org/ Dr. Merlin Sheldrake is a biologist and author of Entangled Life: How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds, and Shape Our Futures, a New York Times and Sunday Times bestseller, and winner of the Royal Society Book Prize and the Wainwright Prize. Merlin received a Ph.D. in tropical ecology from Cambridge University for his work on underground fungal networks in tropical forests in Panama, where he was a predoctoral research fellow of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute. Merlin is a research associate of the Vrije University Amsterdam, and works with the Society for the Protection of Underground Networks and the Fungi Foundation. Republished with permission from the Center for Process Studies and Andrew Davis.
The Sunday Times' tech correspondent Danny Fortson brings on Loyal founder Celine Halioua, to talk about extending the life of dogs (3:00), pushing to get first product on market in 2025 (6:10), the regulatory path (10:40), growing up in Texas (15:40), how health anxiety seeded her passion for longevity science (21:00), leaving Oxford after being sexually harassed (25:10), coming to San Francisco to work with Laura Deming on longevity (28:50), choosing to work on dogs (31:30), raising money (39:35), convincing top people to join Loyal (42:30), the development timeline (47:00), and the future of longevity science (50:45). Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
PROFESSOR ROBERT TEMPLE is author of a dozen challenging and provocative books, commencing with the international best-seller, The Sirius Mystery. His books have been translated into a total of 44 foreign languages. He combines solid academic scholarship with an ability to communicate with the mass public. He is Visiting Professor of the History and Philosophy of Science at Tsinghua University in Beijing, and previously held a similar position at an American university. For many years he was a science writer for the Sunday Times, the Guardian, and a science reporter for Time-Life, as well as a frequent reviewer for Nature and profile writer for The New Scientist. He is a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, and has been a member of the Egypt Exploration Society since the 1970s, as well as a member of numerous other academic societies. He has produced, written and presented a documentary for Channel Four and National Geographic Channels on his archaeological discoveries in Greece and Italy, and he was at one time an arts reviewer on BBC Radio 4's ‘Kaleidoscope'. In 1993, his translation of the Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh was performed at the Royal National Theatre in London. With his wife, Olivia, he is co-author and translator of the first complete English version of Aesop's Fables, which attracted a great deal of international press attention at the time of its release, as the earlier translations had suppressed some of the fables because of Victorian prudery. His new book is A New Science of Heaven and it explores the blurred lines between religion and science. Dark Matter, cold star cores and Metatron are all on the agenda.
Tomorrow, Charles will be crowned King at Westminster Abbey in a ceremony marked with hundreds of years of tradition. Just how will the coronation represent our more modern country, and what might we expect from his reign? This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes.Guest: Valentine Low, writer, The Times. Host: Manveen Rana. Clips: Reuters, BBC News, Sky News, CBS News, CBC. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Thousands of Ukrainian children have been abducted by Russia since the war began. But why? Where are the children being sent? And who's trying to find them and bring them home?This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes.Guest: Christina Lamb, chief foreign correspondent, The Sunday Times.Host: Manveen Rana.Clips: SKY, CNN, BBC, International Criminal Court, UATV English, DW News, Ambient City, nathanolson, The infographics show, Radio Free Europe, Radio Liberty, MSNBC. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Warning, this episode contains discussions about suicide. On Tuesday night, police in Canada announced the arrest and charge of a 57-year-old man on two counts of aiding or counselling suicide.In this update to our three-part series, Poison, we learn more about the alleged extent of his activities. If you or someone you know has been affected by suicide or needs to talk to someone, please get in contact with the Samaritans online https://www.samaritans.org/ or call them for free on their 24-hour helpline 116 123.This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes. Host: James Beal, Social Affairs Editor, The Times.email@example.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Tom Clarke is joined by Gregor Robertson and Tom Allnutt to look back at the week's Premier League action and discuss the biggest stories of the week.The Times' Chief Sports Correspondent Matt Lawton joins us to reflect on the news that Sam Allardyce has been appointed the new Leeds manager until the end of the season. He discusses what he can bring to the side, and explains why his long-standing assistant Sammy Lee won't be with him this time around. (00:00)The panel continue to discuss Sam Allardyce's appoint at Leeds and try make sense of it all. Gregor Robertson believes the appointment has no logic to it, whilst Tom Allnutt says Leeds no have identity, so he could understand why they have made the decision to bring him in. (08:10)Leicester drew 2-2 with Everton in a huge game at the bottom of the table on Monday night, they reflect on this result, and explain why a point may not be the worst result in the world for both teams as they look to stay in the Premier League. (18:00)Arsenal keep their slim hopes of winning the Premier League title alive with a 3-1 win at home to Chelsea in midweek, but just how bad have things got at Chelsea, and how much of a job does Mauricio Pochettino have on his hands if he were to be appointed the club's new manager? (24:00)Erling Haaland breaks the record for the most Premier League goals in a single season as his 35th helped Man City brush aside West Ham - they discuss that result and also reflect on Liverpool's 1-0 win at home to Fulham on Wednesday night. (34:20)Molly Hudson joins the show to reflect on Arsenal's defeat to Wolfsburg in their Champions League semi-final second leg at a sold-out Emirates Stadium, and also reflect on the news of a 4th Arsenal player picking up an ACL injury in just 6 months (47:15)We end the show by discussing Lionel Messi's future after he took some unauthorised leave from PSG, and we preview the final day of the Championship season, with so many teams still in contention for a possible play-off place. (55:45)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
This episode is brought to you by Cozy Earth, WHOOP, and BON CHARGE.This week on The Dhru Purohit Podcast, Dhru sits down with his friend Dr. Rupy Aujla to discuss the top underrated and overrated areas of wellness, common roadblocks that get in the way of healthy eating, and why education is crucial to making positive change. Dr. Rupy Aujla is one of the most influential medical doctors in the UK. He is completing a nutritional medicine master's program while sharing practical insights into healthy eating and thoughtful recipes. Dr. Rupy founded The Doctor's Kitchen, which strives to inspire and educate about the power of food as medicine and how to cook delicious recipes using carefully selected evidence-based ingredients. Dr. Rupy is a Sunday Times bestselling author with four published cookbooks, The Doctor's Kitchen, Eat to Beat Illness, Doctor's Kitchen 3-2-1, and the most recent, Cooks - Healthy.Easy.Flavour.In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Rupy dive into:-Roadblocks to consistently eating well (2:09)-Top underrated areas of wellness (6:05)-Top overrated areas of wellness (20:11)-Doubling down on sleep, diet, and exercise (29:30)-Why you might benefit from taking a coffee break (33:30)-Calorie tracking for weight loss (40:31)-How wearables provide insight for making healthy behavior changes (44:40)-Why supplements are overrated in the context of a healthy lifestyle (55:34)-Corruption and controversies with peer-reviewed studies (58:00)-The need for education to make positive lifestyle changes (1:25:16)-Changing our environment to make healthy options the default (1:36:52)-Dr. Rupy's health journey (1:40:16)-The Doctor's Kitchen app (2:01:58)Also mentioned in this episode:-The Doctor's Kitchen app-Joyful Entrepreneur podcast-The Doctor's KitchenBON CHARGE is a holistic wellness brand with a HUGE range of evidence-based products to optimize your life. Right now, my community can go to boncharge.com/DHRU and use coupon code DHRU to save 15%.Cozy Earth are the most comfortable, temperature-regulating, and nontoxic sheets on the market. Right now, get 40% off your Cozy Earth sheets. Just head over to cozyearth.com and use code DHRU.WHOOP is a personalized digital fitness tracker and health coaching platform that monitors your physiology 24/7 and provides personalized recommendations based on what your body needs. Head on over to join.whoop.com/dhru to get your first month free on WHOOP. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
What began as a Sunday Times investigation into Boris Johnson's finances soon snowballed into a months-long scandal, which led to the resignation of the BBC chairman on Friday. With top civil servant Simon Case now facing calls to quit, could more resignations follow? And will we ever find out who offered to loan Johnson £800,000?This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes. Guests: - Gabriel Pogrund, Whitehall Editor, The Sunday Times.- Caroline Wheeler, Political Editor, The Sunday Times.Clips: Times Radio, Sky News, ITV News. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Katherine May is an internationally bestselling author and podcaster based in Whitstable, UK. Her most recent book, Enchantment: Awakening Wonder in an Anxious Age became an instant New York Times and Sunday Times bestseller. Her internationally bestselling hybrid memoir Wintering: The Power of Rest and Retreat in Difficult Times was adapted as BBC Radio 4's Book of the Week, and was shortlisted for the Porchlight and Barnes and Noble Book of the Year. The Electricity of Every Living Thing, her memoir of a midlife autism diagnosis, was adapted as an audio drama by Audible. Other titles include novels such as The Whitstable High Tide Swimming Club, and The Best, Most Awful Job, an anthology of essays about motherhood which she edited. Her journalism and essays have appeared in a range of publications including The New York Times, The Observer and Aeon. Katherine's podcast, How We Live Now, ranks in the top 1% worldwide, and she has been a guest presenter for On Being's The Future of Hope series. On this episode, Katherine discusses why enchantment matters, the differences between British and American attitudes toward spirituality, and the magic of connecting to the natural world. Pam also talks about her own enchanted exploration, and answers a listener question about learning the beginning elements of witchcraft. Our sponsors for this episode are Snowy Owl Tea, Bonearrow, The Moon Studio, Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, BetterHelp, and Mithras Candle. We also have brand new print-on-demand merch like Witch Wave shirts, sweatshirts, totes, stickers, and mugs available now here.And if you want more Witch Wave, please consider supporting us on Patreon to get access to bonus Witch Wave Plus episodes, Pam's monthly online rituals, and more! That's patreon.com/witchwave
With President Biden finally declaring last week that he's running for re-election, and Donald Trump still the leader of the Republican Party, America is finding itself in a state of déjà vu.... It's the rematch contest that nobody seems to want. So why is it happening? And could Biden win a second round?This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes.Guest: Alistair Dawber, Washington Correspondent, The Times and The Sunday Times.Host: Luke Jones.Clips: Global News, Fox News, NBC News, NBC Today, JoeBiden.com, Marianne Williamson, Telegraph, MSNBC, BBC News. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
BLANK with Jim Daly & Giles Paley-Phillips
Dr Rupy Aujla is a trusted NHS GP and food expert behind the bestselling Doctor's Kitchen – a collection of over 100 recipes that put flavour and nutrition first. Dr Rupy is an International Health and Wellness speaker and regularly delivers lectures and talks at many international events including TEDx, The Royal Society of Medicine, The Royal Society of Culinary Arts, BBC Good Food etc. Dr Rupy is also a Sunday Times bestselling author BBC Presenter and regularly appears on national television. He has a number one rated podcast, The Doctor's Kitchen, with over 12 million downloads to date, over 295,000 Instagram followers and a million YouTube views. In January 2022 he successfully launched The Doctor's Kitchen App, a personalised nutrition and healthy eating app. Dr Rupy spoke to Giles and Jim about gut health, growing up and getting into medicine, the influence of his family and his nutrition mission. COOKS is Dr Rupy's fourth book and follows his bestsellers, Doctor's Kitchen 3-2-1 (2020), Eat to Beat Illness (2019) and The Doctors Kitchen (2017), and is available to buy here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dr-Rupy-Cooks-Healthy-Flavour/dp/1529148839/ref=asc_df_1529148839/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=606879936666&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=17057741905474065191&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9045878&hvtargid=pla-1694412554799&psc=1&th=1&psc=1 Massive thanks to our patrons: Mary Catherine Byrnes, Victoria Nielsen, Manya Kay, Alex Williams, Joel Piveteau, Richard Astill, Samantha Beaton, Claudia McKelvey, John Holland, Katherine Keen, Lynn Robinson, It's Coming Home 2022, Alice Chrystall, Maddie Lightfoot, Alex Collis, Martin Grimm, Vicki, Julianna Williams, Rachel Bowen, Witnessthebigness. @blankpod @eliistender @jimdalycomedy @doctors_kitchen firstname.lastname@example.org
Since the pandemic, we've been hearing more and more about the mental health crisis impacting teenaged girls. Tara's guest on the program today is a journalist with a special interest in the well-being of young women. In her own adolescence, she was hospitalized nine times for anorexia — which she's written about in a new book — and in recent years, she has dug into the issue of gender dysphoria, trying to understand the surge of cases among teen girls. It was coverage of gender issues that ultimately led her to part ways with The Guardian, after 22 years with the paper. Hadley Freeman is a columnist and features writer for the The Sunday Times in London, and a bestselling author. Her latest book is Good Girls: A Story and Study of Anorexia.You can find Tara Henley on Twitter at @TaraRHenley, and on Substack at tarahenley.substack.com
Balanced Bites: Modern healthy living with Diane Sanfilippo & Liz Wolfe.
Episode 415: Juliet Starrett is a health and fitness entrepreneur, author, attorney, podcaster, and former professional athlete (and one of the most decorated competitive whitewater athletes in the world)! Along with her husband, Kelly, Juliet is the co-author of the New York Times, Sunday Times, and Wall Street Journal Bestseller Built to Move: the 10 essential habits to help you move freely and live fully (2023). Go to builttomove.com to learn more about Built To Move or join the free 21-day Built to Move Challenge! Find Liz on Instagram: @realfoodliz Real Food Liz Eat The Yolks Baby Making and Beyond Athletic Mom Thanks for listening!
We sometimes think of anorexia as an “old school” disease, now eclipsed by disorders such as cutting and similar forms of self-harm. But as journalist Hadley Freeman reports in her new book, the illness has been around for centuries and is still very much with us. In Good Girls: A Story and Study of Anorexia, Hadley tells the story of her battle with severe anorexia as a teenager and also investigates the causes, treatments, social factors, and lasting effects of the disease. In this conversation, Hadley explains how even though there's been a greater focus on self-harm practices such as cutting in recent years, anorexia rose sharply during and after the pandemic and has never been more relevant. She describes how at age 14 she suddenly stopped eating and, within months, lost a third of her body weight and landed in a hospital. It would take three years and nine hospitalizations before she began to get well. It's often said that anorexia isn't about being thin as much as it is about retaining control, but Hadley describes her own compulsion as a competitive desire to look ill, with the ultimate success being death itself. Other subjects covered include the connection between anorexia and gender dysphoria, including Meghan's theory that social media star Dylan Mulvaney is less a gender influencer than an anorexia exhibitionist. If that's not unspeakable enough, Hadley stays overtime to talk about Meghan's favorite third rail, Woody Allen, whom she's interviewed and written about. They also discuss a recent interview Hadley conducted with author Judy Blume, whose expression of support for JK Rowling got her in trouble on Twitter. To hear that portion, become a paying subscriber at https://meghandaum.substack.com/. Guest Bio: Hadley Freeman grew up in New York and London. She is a staff writer for The Sunday Times and previously spent 22 years at The Guardian. Her last book, House of Glass, was an international bestseller. Her new book is Good Girls: A Story and Study of Anorexia.
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Alyson Rudd and Tony Cascarino.Spurs once again started very poorly, but this time managed to almost salvage a point against Liverpool. How do they even begin to fix their shortcomings? (00:00)Possible red cards and Jurgen Klopp's actions on the touchline also came up in our thorough analysis (14:18)Bournemouth are surely secure now, but Leeds are deep in trouble. Where can they get the points they'll need to survive? (33:39)Forest could have given themselves a huge chance of staying up, but let Brentford snatch all the points in West London. Did Steve Cooper get his tactics spot on, though? (45:30)Southampton are sure to be playing in the Championship next season - but are they the next club to free fall down the leagues? (50:55)Crystal Palace have been a joy to watch since Roy Hodgson came back - but where do they look after the season is over? (60:54)Brighton are within touching distance of Europe - what have they got so right that other clubs have struggled so much with? (70:02)Erling Haaland is on the verge of breaking the Premier League scoring record, but is there another gem starting to shine at the Etihad? (74:38)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We're away for the bank holiday, but in the meantime we thought we'd introduce you to another fascinating podcast from the Times stable.The Sunday Times' West Coast correspondent, Danny Fortson, presents Danny in the Valley – conversations with the people trying to change the world through technology, and make loads of money doing it. This week: how AI could completely change medicine.This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes. Host: Danny Fortson, West Coast correspondent, The Sunday Times.Guest: Vijay Pande, head of Andreessen Horowitz's $1.5bn bio fund. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Warning, this episode contains discussions about suicide. Why does suicide occur? Why is there still a stigma around it? And how can we work to prevent people from taking their own lives? If you or someone you know has been affected by suicide or needs to talk to someone, please get in contact with the Samaritans online https://www.samaritans.org/ or call them for free on their 24-hour helpline 116 123.This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes.Guest: Professor Rory O'Connor, Professor of Health Psychology at the University of Glasgow. Author of 'When It Is Darkest: Why People Die by Suicide and What We Can Do to Prevent It' - https://www.penguin.co.uk/books/442218/when-it-is-darkest-by-professor-rory-oconnor/9781785043437#Host: James Beal, Social Affairs Editor, The Times. email@example.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The BBC chairman Richard Sharp has resigned after a report found he broke transparency rules over his dealings with Boris Johnson ahead of his appointment. Adam is joined by culture and media editor, Katie Razzall, and whitehall editor at the Sunday Times, Gabriel Pogrund, who uncovered the story that prompted the report. And we look at the present and future of artificial intelligence with AI expert Nina Schick, and Will Jackson creator of human-like robot AMECA. Today's Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming. It was made by Chris Flynn with Rufus Gray and Cordelia Hemming. The technical producer was Michael Regaard. The news editor was Damon Rose.
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Warning, this episode contains discussions about suicide. In the final episode of Poison, James goes to Canada to track down Kenneth Law and confront him over his operation. If you or someone you know has been affected by suicide or needs to talk to someone, please get in contact with the Samaritans online https://www.samaritans.org/ or call them for free on their 24-hour helpline 116 123.This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes. Host: James Beal, Social Affairs Editor, The Times. firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Sunday Times' tech correspondent Danny Fortson brings on Vijay Pande, head of Andreessen Horowitz's $1.5bn bio fund, to talk about how artificial intelligence is impacting healthcare (3:30), tools that “understand” biology (8:50), trying to eliminate cancer (12:50), trying to get techie founders to get into healthcare (14:25), America's plunging life expectancy (18:00), the (potential) end of radiology (21:10), AI's “hallucination" problem in healthcare (25:55), the future of therapy (29:00), putting healthcare on the Moore's Law curve (33:10), using automation to slash the industry's costs and inefficiencies (37:30), the next trillion dollar company (40:00), if capitalism is the best way to crack healthcare (45:40), and solving the billing problem(48:35). Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Warning, this episode contains discussions about suicide. In the second of this three-part series we learn of a man called Kenneth Law who's based in Canada. Law appears to be selling a substance to young, vulnerable, adults in the UK, some of whom are using it to take their own lives. If you or someone you know has been affected by suicide or needs to talk to someone, please get in contact with the Samaritans online https://www.samaritans.org/ or call them for free on their 24-hour helpline 116 123.This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes. Host: James Beal, Social Affairs Editor, The Times. email@example.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hello everybody! Here is a recent interview I did with a student at City, University of London. The interview was only done to help out on a journalistic project but I thought it would be helpful If I grabbed a copy of the recording and shared it with you lovely listeners :-) Some of the talking points discussed in this interview: - Why do people seek and need help with dating? - My thoughts on online dating apps - Masculine vs Feminine polarity - Are young people, having less casual sex ? - Three tips to level up your confidence - Plus lots more Hope you enjoy this 2023 interview Stay blessed! JC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My Impactful Connection workshops are a game-changer for anyone looking to build confidence. Learn more at www.johnnycassell.com/. Here's a blog post to help you build the right mindset for financial success: www.johnnycassell.com/mindset/5-reas…lding-you-back Subscribe to my YouTube channel for loads more inspirational content and dating guidance: www.youtube.com/channel/UC0-Uk0ex…ub_confirmation=1 ———————————— Johnny Cassell is a leading voice in the world of seduction and dating. He runs regular workshops designed to help men of high net worth find their core confidence and attract the type of woman they truly desire. Johnny has also been operating bespoke one-on-one 7-Day courses and successfully helping elite, professional men from all over the world smash through their boundaries. His behaviourist approach has given him platforms on Sky News, BBC Radio, The Sunday Times, The Evening Standard, LBC, and The Metro. Johnny has been guiding men along the path to self-realisation since 2005. Follow Johnny online for transformative advice and guidance on how to pick up women and better yourself: IG: www.instagram.com/londondatingcoach Twitter: twitter.com/johnny_cassell YouTube: www.youtube.com/aboutjohnnycassell Snapchat: www.snapcode.net/thedatingcoach Facebook: www.facebook.com/johnnycassell Website: www.johnnycassell.com The Johnny Cassell Show on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-j…how/id1263178526
Pine Tree Foundation Endowed Lecture Exuding ''the comfort and charm of a beloved encyclopedia come to life'' (The New Yorker), Simon Winchester is the bestselling author of nearly 30 nonfiction books that explore some of the world's most consequential people, places, and historical events, including The Professor and the Madman, Krakatoa, The Men Who United the States, Atlantic, Pacific, The Perfectionists, and Land. An Oxford-trained former field geologist in Uganda and a war correspondent for The Guardian and The Sunday Times, he was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2006. Spanning in time from the creation of ancient Babylonian cuneiform tablets to the advent (recorded 4/26/2023)
This video is of a live recording of The Sacred podcast on 19 April 2023 at the UnHerd Cafe. Elizabeth Oldfield was joined by Oliver Burkeman. Oliver is a British author and journalist, formerly writing the weekly column This Column Will Change Your Life for The Guardian newspaper, and is one of the leading voices on productivity, mortality and the power of limits. He has published multiple books on the topic of productivity and happiness, including the New York Times and Sunday Times bestseller, Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals (2021). He spoke about living a meaningful life, living in the present moment and the liberating nature of 'hitting the bottom'. He also participated in a Q&A with the audience at the end. Read the full transcript here: https://www.theosthinktank.co.uk/comment/2023/04/26/sacred-live-oliver-burkeman-on-living-a-meaningful-life-in-the-present-moment Purchase a copy of his book here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Four-Thousand-Weeks-Embrace-limits/dp/1784704008/ref=asc_df_1784704008/ ***** The Sacred is a podcast produced by the think tank Theos. Be sure to connect with us below to stay up-to-date with all our content, research and events. CONNECT WITH THE SACRED Twitter: https://twitter.com/sacred_podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sacred_podcast/ CONNECT WITH ELIZABETH OLDFIELD Twitter: https://twitter.com/ESOldfield Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elizabethsaraholdfield/ CONNECT WITH THEOS Theos monthly newsletter: https://confirmsubscription.com/h/d/E9E17CAB71AC7464 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Theosthinktank Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theosthinktank LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/theos---the-think-tank/ Website: https://www.theosthinktank.co.uk/ CHECK OUT OUR PODCASTS The Sacred: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-sacred/id1326888108 Reading Our Times: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/reading-our-times/id1530952185
Warning, this episode contains discussions about suicide. In October, 2021 David Parfett's 22-year-old son, Tom, took his own life. In the first of a three-part podcast we hear from David about the events that led up to the university student's death.If you or someone you know has been affected by suicide or needs to talk to someone, please get in contact with the Samaritans online https://www.samaritans.org/ or call them for free on their 24-hour helpline 116 123.This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes. Host: James Beal, Social Affairs Editor, The Times.firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In episode 260 UNP founder and curator Grant Scott is in his shed reflecting on digital art, the AI debate and reasons why student degree shows exist. Plus this week, photographer John Haynes takes on the challenge of supplying Grant with an audio file no longer than 5 minutes in length in which he answer's the question ‘What Does Photography Mean to You?' John Haynes started taking photographs in 1963 after seeing Cartier-Bresson's book The Europeans. After working for two years with The Sunday Times, he decided to specialise in theatre photography. He was the in-house photographer for The Royal Court Theatre, Hampstead Theatre, and Michael Codron Ltd, from 1970-1994 , and between 1970 and 2006 photographed over 200 productions for The National Theatre. His most well-known images taken during his time were of the playwright Samuel Beckett. In 1986 Thames & Hudson published a book of Haynes theatre photography, called Taking the Stage: Twenty-One Years of the London Theatre, which was accompanied by an exhibition of his work at the National Theatre which later moved to the Colnaghi Gallery in New York, and then to The Moscow Arts Theatre. In 2003 Cambridge University Press published Haynes next book, Images of Beckett, with text by Samuel Beckett's biographer James Knowlson. https://johnhaynesphotography.net Dr. Grant Scott is the founder/curator of United Nations of Photography, a Senior Lecturer and Subject Co-ordinator: Photography at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, a working photographer, documentary filmmaker, BBC Radio contributor and the author of Professional Photography: The New Global Landscape Explained (Routledge 2014), The Essential Student Guide to Professional Photography (Routledge 2015), New Ways of Seeing: The Democratic Language of Photography (Routledge 2019). His film Do Not Bend: The Photographic Life of Bill Jay was first screened in 2018 www.donotbendfilm.com. He is the presenter of the A Photographic Life and In Search of Bill Jay podcasts. © Grant Scott 2023
Imagine stepping outside your door and meeting someone new and life-changing, no matter where you choose - whether it's an art show, an exhibition, or even a car show. The possibilities are endless, and the world is your playground. Today's guest believes it is up to you to choose where you play – his name is Johnny Cassell, London's premier Elite Dating Coach, and Men's Lifestyle Strategist. Johnny believes your social network is the key to your success in any area of life, and he shares strategies for creating the right social circle to meet quality people. We dive into the power of familiarity and association and how it impacts interactions with others. And why breaking patterns of people's expectations can lead to new exciting experiences. So, get ready to shake things up and learnhow to take your social life to the next level with Johnny Cassell. Johnny Cassell is the best-selling author of Elite Seduction – Actionable Tools for Love, Seduction and Dating. Johnny helps men from all over the world attract the type of women they truly desire. He's personally coached over 2,000 men including CEO'S of some of the world largest companies, celebrities and royalty. He's racked 100,000 coaching hours and lead over 200 international workshops. He's been featured twice on the cover of Times Magazine, appeared in the Sunday Times, The Evening Standard, The Express, The Daily Mail, Cosmopolitan, The Metro, BBC Radio to name a few. Johnny recently appeared on the UK hit reality show Made in Chelsea and he's also the host of the Johnny Cassell Podcast.To find out more about Johnny Cassell go to www.johnnycassell.com or follow on Instagram at @londondatingcoach.
We have a hugely talented comedian for you in our latest episode who has amassed over 7 million followers of her online content. Hayley's Me Vs Brain sketches are very funny and very popular, and the accompanying book is also a Sunday Times bestseller. Hayley ordered a curry from Kricket, which arrived before she got home. Undeterred, we discussed pizza dips, tricks to adopt when over-ordering for oneself in fast food restaurants, and a collective love of the pickle.Thanks for listening. Please rate, review and subscribe.Email: HELLO@MYFAVOURITETAKEAWAYPODCAST.COMTwitter: @FavtakeawaypodInstagram: myfavouritetakeawaypodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Next week millions of voters will go to the polls as more than 8,000 council seats in England are contested in the local elections – the most significant gauge of public opinion before Rishi Sunak faces Keir Starmer at a general election. And behind the scenes, politicians and pollsters are desperately trying to figure out exactly who they need to win over, and how they can do it without losing their core supporters.This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes. Guests:- Lara Spirit, Red Box reporter, The Times.- Peter Kellner, former president of YouGov.Links:- Find out whether there are elections in your area: https://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/i-am-a/voter/your-election-information- New photo ID requirements to vote: https://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/i-am-a/voter/voter-id/accepted-forms-photo-idClips: Sky News, GB News, The New Statesman, LBC, BBC News, Channel 4 News. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Warning, this series contains discussions about suicide. A new three-part investigation begins on Stories of our times this Wednesday, 26 April.James Beal, Social Affairs Editor at The Times looks into the suicide of a 22-year-old British student and soon links it to a man in Canada selling a lethal substance.How many more deaths could the man be connected to? What is being done to regulate this? And can he be stopped? If you or someone you know has been affected by suicide or needs to talk to someone, please get in contact with the Samaritans online https://www.samaritans.org/ or call them for free on their 24-hour helpline 116 123.This podcast was brought to you thanks to the support of readers of The Times and The Sunday Times. Subscribe today: thetimes.co.uk/storiesofourtimes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tony Cascarino and Tom Clarke to look back at the weekend's Premier League and FA Cup football.Arsenal drop 2 more points after drawing 3-3 at home to Southampton on Friday night, but can they recover from this blip and regain control of the title race? Manchester City sweep aside Sheffield United in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley, can they now go on and win the treble this season? (00:00)Spurs are thrashed 6-1 away at Newcastle, but does the culture need to change if they are to become successful, and who would join the club as their new manager if results continue like this? What additions should Eddie Howe make to his squad with Newcastle set to qualify for next season's Champions League? (25:30)The Premier League relegation battle takes another twist, as Leicester move out of the relegation zone with a 2-1 win at home to Wolves, and Leeds lose at Fulham. Bournemouth are thrashed 4-0 away at West Ham, and Nottingham Forest lose 3-2 against Liverpool at Anfield, but who will go down this season? (47:00)Manchester United book their place in the FA Cup final after beating Brighton on penalties, and both Wrexham and Leyton Orient secure promotion from their prospective divisions. (1:02:55)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Sunday Times' tech correspondent Danny Fortson brings on Stephen Hsu, founder of SuperFocus.ai, to talk about genetic testing of children (5:15), his new startup SuperFocus (9:15), the hallucination problem for artificial intelligence (11:40), how the Ai revolution could go very badly (17:55), creating an army of AI workers (24:00), how companies are reacting (27:30), starting a company amid the Cambrian explosion of AI companies (32:35), creating AI study buddies (37:00), the “who owns the data” question (43:15), and how education is the tip of the spear in the age of AI (48:45). Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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What does the word status mean to you? For most of us, it probably brings up ideas of wealth, celebrity or material possessions. But could it be something much more meaningful and central to who we are as humans? Today's guest believes status is simply about being of value, and it underpins so much of what we choose to do in life, impacting the way that we feel but also having significant implications for our health. Will Storr is an award-winning journalist whose writings have appeared in The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The New Yorker and the New York Times. He's also the author of 6 critically acclaimed books including Selfie, The Science of Storytelling and his latest book, The Status Game, which is all about our social position and how we use it. In this conversation, Will argues that as humans, we're programmed to compare ourselves to others – and to care about how we stack up. He explains that status is actually our social standing, based upon how valuable we are to those around us. Will also shares the 3 types of status game we all play; the 3 ways in which we try to be of value to those around us. I think that throughout this conversation, you will start to identify which of those status games you have previously played and which ones you are currently playing in your own life. We also discuss the relationship between status and health, the link between growing rates of perfectionism and rising rates of mental health problems like anxiety, depression, self-harm and eating disorders - and Will also talks about the importance of having multiple sources of status and how becoming aware of this, led to him becoming a volunteer for Samaritans - something which has enhanced his life immeasurably. Ultimately, Will explains that we are not supposed to win the status game, just to play it. And he makes the powerful case, that simply knowing this fact, can make life feel a lot easier. This really is a thought-provoking conversation and one that I am hopeful will have you reflecting on your life and viewing it through a different lens. I hope you enjoy listening.Support the podcast and enjoy Ad-Free episodes. Try FREE for 7 days on Apple Podcasts https://apple.co/feelbetterlivemore. For other podcast platforms go to https://fblm.supercast.com.Thanks to our sponsors:https://www.athleticgreens.com/livemorehttps://www.vivobarefoot.com/livemorehttps://www.boncharge.com/livemoreShow notes https://drchatterjee.com/354DISCLAIMER: The content in the podcast and on this webpage is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard on the podcast or on my website. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today Fox News Corporation and Dominion Voting Systems go head-to-head in what is set to be one of the most important media trials in more than a half a century. Few know the inside of Rupert Murdoch's media empire better than veteran British journalist Andrew Neil. He ran Murdoch's Sunday Times in the UK for over a decade and was Executive Chair of his Sky News. He joins Christiane alongside Dean of Columbia School of Journalism Jelani Cobb to explain the impact this case could have on the law, politics and the press. Also on today's show: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg; author Nita Farahany (The Battle for Your Brain) To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy