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Welcome to another episode of the Wednesday week as Sheffield Wednesday in the last week managed to double their point, tally to 2 by securing a one all draw at home to Middlesbrough, we then went on to play Swans at the weekend.Our away day in South Wales didn't go as planned and the fan base has gone into absolute meltdown towards the manager, the players and of course the chairmanIs there a light at the end of the tunnel? Can we see it starting to change? Assembled tonight is Ash, Jon, Simon and Fudge to try and draw out the positives Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week on Dyl & Friends I'm joined by Sydney Swans superstar Errol Gulden. Coming off an All-Australian season at just 21 years of age, Errol is genuinely one of the most exciting players to watch in the AFL at the moment. We chat about life in Sydney, the Swans culture, his Turkish heritage and plenty plenty more. ILY xx Link to Survey: HERE Contact Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram - @dylbuckley @dylandfriends Youtube - @dylandfriends Facebook - dylandfriends Tiktok - @dylandfriends Dyl & Friends is produced by Darcy Parkinson Video and audio production by Producey. ILY XXXX
Welcome back Swazzers! We're now back in the swing of things of the football season and there's no bigger reminder than the international break, dramas and derbies! Despite the Bluebirds only recently picking up our first 3 points of the season - things are getting exciting down the Cardiff City Stadium! Host Brandon Richards and right hand man William Cosh Are joined by Cardiff City and Swazz Legend Nathan Blake as the three prepare for the South Wales Derby! Celebration of the international bluebirds as well as very special Fan's reactions. The CCFCW section is finally back with Bluebirds Women defender Hannah Power as she reflects on an incredible Champions league experience in Lithuania and Treble ambitions for the future! Is it the Bluebirds time to strike on weak Swans? All discussed in episode 4 season 4 of a Bit of Swazz!
SHOW NOTES Join Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin for Ep 282. This podcast is proudly supported by Red Energy - Powered by Snowy Hydro, a leader in renewable energy. Switch to Aussie owned Red Energy today Head to www.redenergy.com.au SAVE THE DATE Live Podcast at Crown Melbourne (in the Metropol Precinct) on Tuesday 19th of September at 9am. With special guest Deborah Conway. Thursday 16th of November - Live Podcast at Red Energy in Richmond. This week Caro and Corrie discuss footy finals, their recent trips to Sydney and Port Fairy and the ongoing Gillon McLachlan Farewell Tour. In the Cocktail Cabinet for Prince Wine Store Myles joins us for Part 2 of our tasting tips with fragrant whites; Shaw & Smith M3 Chardonnay 2021 375ml Pascal Reverdy Terre de Maimbray Sancerre 2022 375ml Use promo code MESS at www.princewinestore.com.au or instore for your 10% listener discount. In BSF for Red Energy; Enbury Heath by Stella Gibbons The Newsreader on ABC TV and The Newsreader Podcast Leigh Sales and Lisa Millar Double Cheese Drop Scones - get the recipe HERE or below. Caro's Grumpy about the erratic Melbourne weather that's making it very difficult to plan ahead with Spring fashion choices. In 6 Quick Questions Caro admits to an awkward run in with Swans player Callum Mills, Pups in Pubs is on the agenda and Corrie recommends listening to the 7am podcast interview with Joel Gerges - El Niño is coming, at the worst possible time – listen HERE. Plus Corrie has a Melbourne Show Amazing Fact. Dear Caro and Corrie is back - email email@example.com and each week a lucky listener will receive a gift from Ello Botanicals - all natural Australian made facial oils. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or join us on Instagram or Facebook. This podcast is produced by Corrie Perkin and Caroline Wilson and produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for SEN. Double Cheese Drop Scones INGREDIENTS 2 cups flour 3 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 50g fridge cold butter 2 rounded cups grated tasty cheddar cheese 1 1/3 cups milk METHOD Preheat the oven to 200 C. Combine the flour, baking powder and salt in a mixing bowl. Grate in the butter and then rub with your fingers until it resembles coarse crumbs. Mix in the cheese. Make a well in the centre and pour in the milk, quickly mix with a knife just until ingredients are combined. Don't over-mix. Drop large spoonfuls of dough onto a cold baking tray and bake for 15 minutes or until the scones are golden and crisp. These are best when served warm. They reheat well. Makes 8-10 scones. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of Bats and Balls Podcast, The Producer and Josh go through NRL & AFL Finals, NFL, EPL and more. Week 1 of the finals are done with the Panthers and Broncos earning themselves a week off. This week we see Warriors at home agianst the Knights and the Storm at home to the Roosters. We are now on Patreon. Follow the link below to join. https://www.patreon.com/batsandballspod The AFL finals are underway with Collingwood and the Lions getting the week off. Carlton weretoo good for the Swans while Josh's GWS Giants had a great win against the Saints. This week has Melbourne against Carlton and Port against the Giants. The NFL is back and it was a bad week for Josh's Giants while The Producers Rams started the season with a bang. 0:00:00 – Running 0:16:30 – NRL 0:51:20 – AFL 1:17:50 – EPL 1:27:00 – NFL 1:35:00 – Other Sport – Basketball, Motorsport Twitter - @batsandballspod Brendan - @The Producer05 Josh - @PiesJosh Colbee - @colbee6ref Mendy - @BigMendy180 Erik - @ErikNielsen2759 Part of the Always Up Network Always Up Network - @AlwaysUpNetwork #AUN Email - email@example.com facebook.com/batsandballspodcast http://batsandballspodcast.com/
David Zita, Ben Cotton and Ben Waterworth review the first week of the 2023 AFL finals series and look ahead to semi-finals on the Fox Footy Podcast, with of the recent tribunal chaos and latest trade news, plus Fair or Farce, the Mailbag and much more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The first weekend of finals saw drama galore, with the Swans and Saints licking their wounds after early ejections, and Port and the Dees having to go the long way if they're going to see the promised land. Meanwhile the Pies and Lions have the luxury of a week to put their feet up, but someone who never rests is our news man Tom Browne. Today he brings us updates on the Maynard tribunal case, Jade Gresham's future, the preliminary final schedule, Carlton and Melbourne's selection headaches and more. TIMECODES:1:00 – Biggest learning from the weekend2:30 – Brayden Maynard tribunal case – is this the biggest in 20 years?5:40 – Update on Jade Gresham's future after St Kilda exit interview7:15 – Preliminary final fixtures – which team will have to cop a six day break8:30 – Selection issues for Carlton and Melbourne10:45 – Could David Koch still end up on the AFL Commission?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tom welcomes Sam Lawrie from Adams Bullion to the show. Sam discusses his background in the finance industry and the potential risks associated with leveraged trades. He describes leverage as like a Ferrari, it can be a lot of fun but you can also wrap it around a tree. He examines the consequences after the Swiss central bank broke the peg between the Swiss Franc and Euro, despite traders applying risk management techniques. He reflects on the United States still acting as the centerpiece of the world's financial market, and the possible risks of a major sell-off in treasuries, resulting in a potential global financial crisis. He acknowledges that rules in the financial market can be changed at a moment's notice, another risk investors should be cautious of. The long-term Keynesian policies by central banks have resulted in rising inflation which may ultimately lead to a lack of confidence in a country's currency. Commodity-producing countries may be in a better position when compared to consuming countries, however, both Australia and Canada have seen issues in their asset bubbles and in particular there housing markets. He believes silver is lagging due to dollar strength and has the potential to outperform at some point. Sam believes the Australian dollar is likely to remain weak, aiding in the value of gold in the currency. Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction0:44 - Sam's Background6:18 - Black Swan Events10:52 - Broker Failure Risk13:12 - Forex Carry Trades19:08 - Japan's Approach22:00 - Treasury Markets24:10 - Banks & Failures29:04 - Rates & Rebalancing31:39 - End of the Road35:55 - Inflation Outlook39:22 - Gold Vs. Silver42:53 - Metals Undervalued45:27 - Incentives & Thieves48:08 - Bullion & Activisim49:49 - Wrap Up Guest Links:Website: https://adamsbullion.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/adamseconomicsYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@thepubliccrusader Sam has worked in the financial services industry for 5 years across CFD broking, algorithmic trading, equities analysis services and bullion dealing. He is an avid precious metals investor and advocate, having started his precious metals journey in 2018. Sam has worked with thousands of clients over the years, teaching them about finance, economics, and precious metals, helping them to protect themselves financially. His experience in the bullion industry began in 2020, working at a major bullion dealer in Melbourne. Sam has had a fascination with economics stretching back to when he was in high school, winning the school economics award during his final year. A memorable moment from this was when he asked his teacher why central banks set interest rates, rather than the free market. Sam pursued this interest further at Melbourne University, studying a Bachelor of Commerce with a double major in Finance and Economics. Sam's passion for the precious metals and everything that they represent has pushed him to work with John Adams to create Adams Bullion, combining Sam's knowledge of the inner workings of the bullion industry with John's superb economic analysis and political achievements to date, creating Australia's most politically active bullion dealer.
We're back for season 4! Summer break may be over, but the summer heat is hanging on. So let's travel to the British isles, have a pint, and learn about haunted pubs/inns! Dr Evan discusses two Black Swan Inns - one in Devizes, the other in York - and wonders why you'd leave out a cursed chair. Dr. Ed takes us to a VERY old home, the Ancient Rams Inn, which may be home to a succubus. Are there any 1,000 year old buildings that AREN'T haunted? As always, thank you for listening and share this episode with your friends!
Have you noticed most people would prefer Apple's products despite their price over other cheaper products? Why do people choose Apple over other brands? In this episode, Ronald J. Baker, the Author of Implementing Value Pricing, shares his steps for firm owners to learn how to value price. The Black Swan Five Program guides the Swans through the theory of Value Pricing. Ronald emphasizes the importance of giving value to clients and how it will greatly impact growing your firm. The deeper you dive into this conversation, the more insights you will learn from Ron Baker. Waste no time and tune in!
On today's episode, I talk with Steve Babcock about his new gig at Marketing Architects, his time working with Gary Vaynerchuk, his time in the music scene with Hudson River School, and more! Need a re-brand or to start your brand off on the right foot? Check out Chapters Creative for all of your brand strategy needs. Listen to Swans of Never on Spotify, Apple Music, or Bandcamp! Buy my merch! Enjoy the episode? Tips are accepted!
The Sounding Board is proudly supported by Drinkwise - if you're choosing to drink, choose to drinkwise. Our McCafe Interview Series is supported by McCafe. Win free McCafé coffee for a year on the MyMacca's app. 25 winners everyday. Ends 29th August 2023 and Pearlier T-shirts for supporting the show. Head to getpearler.com.au for more details. Watch the full interview with Gary Vee on Youtube HERE. TIME CODES 0.0 – How is Damo going to cope in a ‘no blocking' world on X? Plus behind the scenes at Footy Classified. 2.13 – Gary Vee's comments in our bonus episode regarding the potential of the X platform were interesting. Where has Hutchy's ‘walk and talk' content gone? 4.25 – Damien Hardwick 90 days after resigning due to burnout. How did the Hardwick move to the Suns happen behind the scenes? 11.00 – The West Coast statement this week was bizarre. Were certain comments around tanking aimed at Hutchy? 18.35 - Tom Papley admits he's lifted a segment from The Sounding Board for his podcast after Damo gave him and the Swans grief recently. 20.20 – ‘Foodgate' stories spun from Sunday Footy Show antics are generating click bait stories like never before. TJ's verity is up! Is there tension behind the scenes of the Sunday Footy Show? 24.10 - Taking out the Trash – the Commonwealth Games bill of $380million was slipped out early on a Saturday morning. 26.50 – The sub editor. Discussion of filing a story and leaving notes to sub editors to ensure your favourite lines don't get cut. Awkward when the notes to the editor gets accidentally left in the final copy. 28.50 – Peter Ryan from The Age might have just topped the ‘source attribution' list for the year. Huge amount of explanation of sources has crept into the copy. 33.20 – Eddie Jones and his presser re cynical journalists. Sounded like he was talking to Damo. 34.30 =- How is Hutchy's Wild Card idea tracking?. Hutchy pulls out the big guns and quotes the bible while analysing Damo's approach. 37.30 – Question of the Week for Drinkwise. Send Hutchy and Damo a question anytime via email firstname.lastname@example.org This podcast is produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for SEN. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Catch up on all the footy news from AFL 360, Tuesday the 22nd of August with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. Gerard and Robbo discuss the ongoing drama with the score review system that resulted in the Adelaide Crows missing out on finals footy. The boys also break the news that came out of an eventful tribunal Tuesday while also playing real or overreaction. For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Round 23 has been run and won, with some powerful showings underlining the Saints and Lions finals credentials, while a disastrous upset has left the Dogs on the brink and Luke Beveridge under pressure. All this adds up to heaps of fallout to pick through, and Tom Browne is the man to help us do it. TIMECODES:1:00 – Damien Hardwick's Gold Coast move made official4:15 – Adam Simpson latest after West Coast's upset win over the Bulldogs7:30 – Fallout from the Adelaide goal umpire error12:30 – Jack Ziebell assaulted in South Yarra on Saturday night13:45 – Swans challenging Tom McCartin ban14:30 – Phil Davis retires14:45 – Burning questions15:00 – How hot is the heat on Luke Beveridge?16:30 – What happened to Essendon?17:45 – Could Nick Daicos still win the Brownlow?18:30 – Could Melbourne be better off losing to Sydney?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Catch up on all the footy news from AFL 360, Monday the 21st of August with Gerard Whateley and Jordan Lewis. The boys take a look at the uproar from the events which occurred in the late stages of the Swans clash with the Crows, where a umpire error was the reason Adelaide's season came to an end. For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We've made it! There's one week to go in AFL Fantasy 2023 and The Traders chat about what to do with your final two trades. Roy, Calvin and Warnie preview each game with a Fantasy tidbit or two out each match plus catch up with former Port Adelaide player Sam Colquhoun who is currently ranked 10th overall. Episode guide 0:45 - Warnie snatched victory over Calvin with a score update. 5:30 - Captains in round 23 were on point with Rowan Marshall into Tim English a great call. 9:00 - Jayden Short and James Sicily were underperformers for Roy. 13:15 - There's onyl 57 points between Darren and Jonathon in the race to the HiLux. 17:00 - Harry Sheezel gets the five votes in the Cash Cow of the Year award for the 12th time this year. 19:15 - Is there any worry on Will Day after sitting out most of the last quarter? 25:00 - Advice for the final round. 28:30 - Which Docker will Finn Maginness go to? 34:20 - We should get good scores out of Lachie Neale and Josh Dunkley this week. 38:00 - Bulldogs are set for big scores in the last round. 40:00 - Taylor Walker is the most traded in player this week. Can he have a big R24 game agains the Eagles? 45:00 - Are we able get Clayton Oliver against the Swans? 47:45 - Is it a play to move on Sam Docherty? 50:00 - Roy, Calvin and Warnie reveal their R24 moves. 52:20 - Former Port Adelaide player Sam Colquhoun joins the show to discuss his 10th ranked team. 57:15 - "The boys are getting right around me" - Colquhoun is pumped with his league mates supporting him. 1:01:15 - Questions from social media - follow @AFLFantasy on Twitter, @aflfantasy on Instagram and like the Official AFL Fantasy facebook page. 1:05:30 - Is Rory Laird a must against West Coast? 1:10:50 - Where was Jesse Hogan, who scored 188, on the captain list? 1:13:10 - Roy's ruck merry-go-round has been a constant for him this year. Head to afl.com.au/fantasy for more content from The Traders. Like AFL Fantasy on Facebook. Follow @AFLFantasy on Instagram.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Last year marked 40 years since the Swans hit the scene. Those decades have produced some of the most forward-looking albums in an era when rock music often feels stagnant. Released in June, the Swans's 16th record, The Beggar, finds the group continuing to push boundaries, even as most of their contemporaries have either seen fit to rest on their laurels or pack it in. Frontman Michael Gira joins us to discuss songwriting, god and his soft spot for Lana Del Rey. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this week's episode, Dean, Dave and Ross look back at the 1-1 draw at Swansea, Sky Blue legend Terry Gibson joins us to talk about his upcoming events he is hosting at The Sky Blue Tavern and we bring news of an exciting new future for the podcast! This podcast is sponsored by the Sky Blue Tavern and Dhillons Brewery - the home of pre and post match entertainment in Coventry. Let's all sing together... Don't forget to follow us on all of our social channels, just search @SkyBluesExtra Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode of Across The Margin : The Podcast features an interview with singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, author, and artist Michael Gira. Gira is the founder of the band Swans, in which he sings and plays guitar. He is also the founder of Young God Records and previously fronted Angels of Light. The focus of this episode is on Swans latest release, a terrific album entitled The Beggar. Michael Gira founded the groundbreaking NYC band Swans in 1982. Initially notorious for their relentless, brutal, high-volume onslaughts of sound, the extreme, abject imagery of Gira's lyrics, and his thundering vocals, Swans latest album, The Beggar, is a sprawling, sonically dizzying, and thought-provoking work of art that showcases the extreme abilities of a legendary frontman and band that somehow still sounds at the height of their talents. In this episode host Michael Shields and Michael Gira discuss the themes abounding in The Beggar and the influence Argentine author Jorge Luis Borges had on the album. They give a hat tip to the talented instrumentalists that were part of the project while exploring how birthing The Beggar during the pandemic affected the entirely captivating work of art. They dig into the ins-and-outs of the 44 minute track on the album entitled “The Beggar Lover” (Three)” where, in the episode, Michael reads a section of poetry found within the all-encompassing journey of a track. They also talk about what to expect from the upcoming tour, how Jim Morrison has inspired Michael throughout his life, and a whole lot more. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ever wondered how the exploration of the most remote parts of Earth could inspire efforts to sustain our planet? Tune in as we have an incredible conversation with the remarkable father and son duo, Barney and Robert Swan. Sharing tales of their travels to the North and South Poles, they unveil how they are now using their experiences to spearhead a project in the biodiverse region of Mossman, Queensland. They went on a mission to explore Antarctica using renewable energy and share their challenges about it.We take a detour into the realm of sustainable leadership, as the Swans generously share their insights and experiences. Barney's tales from their off-grid farm underline the importance of diverse energy sources and reliable storage solutions, while Robert discusses Wright's law and its application to understanding the cost of new industrial technologies. Prepare for a thought-provoking discussion about the evolving dynamics of leadership between older and younger generations.As we wind up, we dig into a mix of analog and digital perspectives, the importance of respect and authenticity when setting foot in the Arctic or Antarctica, and the critical role of collaboration with indigenous communities in building sustainable markets and livelihoods. Tune in to this enriching episode as Barney and Robert inspire you to have a ripple effect on our planet. Discover the wisdom, challenges, and rewards of their efforts – this episode is a testament to their commitment to saving tomorrow's planet.--------(00:07) - Father and Son's Renewable Energy Expedition(13:09) - Renewable Energy and Innovations in Leadership(16:28) - Blending Analog and Digital Perspectives(24:12) - Lessons and Advice for Visiting Antarctica(28:01) - Observations of Climate Change in Antarctica(32:27) - Building Sustainable Reforestation and Indigenous Collaboration(44:28) - Taking Action as Individuals-- Connect with Barney: https://www.instagram.com/barneyswan/?hl=en Subscribe to Saving Tomorrow's Planet Podcast Apple Spotify
It's only episode 5 of 65, but we couldn't wait any longer to deploy Pete Capella on Swans Crossing. But what difference does context make when you're watching a show never really concerned with context?
Lance Franklin has played his final game of AFL football with the Swans announcing the forward's retirement, effective immediately. Buddy racked up goals, plaudits and honours across two clubs, while his impact off field was just as profound. We seek to quantify Franklin's greatness as we look at Australian sport's shy superstar. Featured: Brett Sprigg, AFL commentator, ABC Sport. Subscribe to the ABC Sport Newsletter
Catch up on all the footy news from AFL 360, Tuesday the 25th of July with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. Gerard and Robbo chat through the breaking news that Buddy could be staying at the Swans through 2024. The boys also discuss West Coast's recent performances and Willie Rioli's controversial ban. For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sydney Swans star Errol Gulden joined Garry and Tim to talk about their recent trip to Perth, his journey to the Swans through their academy, their season so far, their chances of making finals, his relationship with John Longmire, what he gets up to outside of footy, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Round 19 sees Nick join us as the Charlie Replacement today! We chat Carlton Goalkickers, The Tigers with the best comeback of the round, The Swans big omen, the ladder link to 2015, and a wildcard conspiracy theory!!!!! If you enjoy our podcast please give us a rating or leave a comment. Also, please refer us to friends and let other people know about what we do! We use a range of resources when working on our show, to see a list of this constantly growing list click on the following link www.kicktokick.podbean.com Thank you for helping out today Nick!
Hey it worked for Marnus Labuschagne! And it did look like Alex Pearce was getting reverse swing on the odd kick. Time to Restump Podcast Saturday's 12 minute loss to the Swans.We got off to a flyer but we stopped as fast as we started and it was the first quarter curse yet again that destroyed us… or rather it was what we did or didn't do in it that destroyed usWhat if we start internally applying our games in 5ths? Say five 16-minute periods. That way we would avoid first quarters. Has it really come to that type of preposterous thinking? After getting 18 disposals, 2 inside 50's and kicking one goal one before the Swans had a single possession, the game was pretty much over at 16 minutes later, as mental as those sounds.It was as if centre clearances and spreading from the contest were foreign terms. We largely leveled up the numbers by the end of the night but, like has been the case all year, the damage was done. Luke Jackson and Josh Treacy combined admirably in the ruck but there is no substitute for Sean Darcy. That said, he was there for the first quarter last week.Thank goodness for Luke Ryan. He was exceptional as he nearly always is and the margin would have blown out with out his performance. With his 23 touches, 9 contested and 8 ground ball get (second most on the ground behind Caleb Serong) Liam Henry continues to dismiss his critics. He's made the wing his own and if anyone else wants it they're going to have to fight to take it off him.We raised the prospect last week that Alex Pearce may not be the captain that is required, or more so that he doesn't play in a position to make an influential difference when needed. Is the captaincy question rearing it head again? As disappointing as the post-bye season has been, we still believe we're not far off the pack. It looks like a lack of cohesion and connection and an absence of a bit of grunt and agro in the middle rather than talent. And if that is the case, it is rectifiable with offseason focus.We'd all love to be chatting about a victory but win lose or draw we soldier on. The monotony is biting us all but we bind together, hunker down and weather the storm like only Freo fans know how. So, friends. Romans, countrymen… lend us your ears, pack your mental strength and come along for our interpretation of the current deep purple situation.Support the show
You may have heard the old adage that the swans in London belong to the Queen. Well, now the ownership of those swans has shifted over to Charles. This week the annual swan census is taking place on the River Thames and I'm joined now by the King's Marker of the Swans, David Barber...
Catch up on all the footy news from AFL 360, Tuesday the 18th of July with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. The boys discuss some tribunal drama around Swans' star Dane Rampe, as well as Cartlon's Jordan Boyd before discussing the problems that North Melbourne are currently facing. The duo also debate whether the AFL should Introduce an American style play-in tournament. For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy & KAYO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Damian Barrett and Nat Edwards bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily. The Swans have a pulse while the Dogs splutter at the SCG. Brodie Grundy has been sent back to the VFL to hone in on his forward craft, the rest of the round 18 teams and ask Damo is back. Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The lads are joined by Swansea City's Head of Media Sophie Davies and discuss her rise through the club, travelling with Swansea City Ladies, how being authentic is important, hosting the Welsh Cup draw, being hands on with creating documentaries and sharing in an Uber with Michael Laudrup. Sophie discusses meeting her football idols, the Swans new signings, hanging around with Lee Trundle, players she's grown close with leaving the club, being involved with Soccer Aid, her love for fashion and being in the Cardiff City Press box when the Cabango winner went in plus much much more…..@ambitioniscritcal1997 on Instagram @TheAiCPodcast on Twitter
Jamarra Ugle-Hagan's development, Jack Riewoldt's run of goalless games, Tom Barrass' chances of heading to the Swans, Ange Postecoglou's first press conference at Tottenham, your calls, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Food & Wine has led the conversation around food, drinks, and hospitality in America and around the world since 1978. Tinfoil Swans continues that legacy with a new series of intimate, informative, surprising, and uplifting interviews with the biggest names in the culinary industry, sharing never-before-heard stories about the successes, struggles, and fork-in-the-road moments that made them who they are today. Each week, you'll hear from icons and innovators like Guy Fieri, David Chang, Mashama Bailey, and Maneet Chauhan, going deep on their formative experiences, the dishes and meals that made them, their joys, doubts and dreams, and what's still on the menu for them. Tune in for a feast that'll feed your brain and soul — and plenty of wisdom and quotable morsels to savor later. For more info visit: foodandwine.com/tinfoilswanspodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This is a preview of a bonus episode that is only available to Drift Off Premium members. To listen to the entire episode, you can sign up at driftoff.supercast.comTonight's bedtime reading is the classic tale by the Brothers Grimm called 'The Six Swans'. This story is about a young princess whose six brothers have turned into swans. Will the princess succeed in breaking the spell so that her brothers can become normal again? Let's find out! So...go ahead and snuggle under those cozy blankets and then let's get sleepy!Sweet dreamzzz...JoanneMusic in this episode 'Dreamlike Sunrise' by Mandala Dreams via https://www.epidemicsound.comBecome a Drift Off Premium member today and receive: intro and ad-free listening to all episodes access to 2 monthly bonus episodes access to the Drift Off audiobook library with full length audiobooks for your enjoyment and relaxation a monthly guided sleep hypnosis or guided sleep relaxation episodes that link directly to your Spotify account all episodes (regular & premium) linked to your favorite podcast app It's easy! Go sign up at driftoff.supercast.comYou can also support the show by leaving us a rating or a review on Apple Podcasts . This really helps our audience grow! Content Warning Disclaimer: This podcast is a sleep aid for adults. The stories may be family friendly, however, adult supervision is required! We recommend that parents/guardians listen to the full episode first to decide whether or not the story is appropriate for their young listener. Safety Disclaimer: Podcast content is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant to be a replacement for medical, psychological or professional counselling. Only listen when you can relax safely.
Jack Heverin and Kate McCarthy preview the Tigers and Swans - in what could be Buddy Franklin's final game at the MCG. They chat to Sydney assistant Amon Buchanan, go through all the round 17 teams and chat to Daisy Thomas about his Ashes adventure - including a night out with English captain Ben StokesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we're mixing things up. Mike is in Berlin, Germany and decided to meet up with our history guy, Tom Osman, to go back into the EAE archives and debate some of our past picks. The Black Flag, Jane's Addiction, Soundgarden, Swans, Husker Du, and Celtic Frost episodes, to be exact. From each of those episodes, Tom picked two albums to debate with Mike. Whose side are you on?Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/everyalbumeverMerchhttps://pandermonkey.creator-spring.com/Mike's EP:Pander Monkey on Bandcamp, Spotify, Apple,Instagram:Mike @pandermonkeyAlex @everyalbumalexHistory Tom's stuff:New album on BandcampDebut album on Bandcamp, Spotify, AppleSubstackWebsiteAlbums we discussed this episode…Damaged and Family Man by Black FlagNothing's Shocking and Ritual de lo habitual by Jane's AddictionDown on the Upside and King Animal by SoundgardenZen Arcade and Warehouse: Songs and Stories by Husker DuInto the Pandemonium and Monotheist by Celtic FrostCop and Body to Body, Job to Job by Swans
Nassim Nicholas Taleb (@nntaleb), the author of “The Black Swan” and “Antifragile," joins episode 83 of The Julia La Roche show alongside veteran Wall Street Journal reporter Scott Patterson (@pattersonscott), author of “Chaos Kings: How Wall Street Traders Make Billions In the New Age of Crisis.” “Chaos Kings,” which features Taleb, recounts the story of Universa Investments, a Miami-based investment firm specializing in risk mitigation, deploying a tail-risk hedging strategy to limit losses from an outsized market event, like a Black Swan. Taleb is the Distinguished Scientific Advisor at Universa. Led by Mark Spitznagel, Universa is among the best-performing investment managers of the last 15 years, reaping massive gains from market crashes. During the depths of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, Universa delivered a stunning 4,000% return during the first quarter when markets sharply sold off. The firm has posted a 15-year average annual return on capital north of 100%. 0:00 Show open 1:00 Chaos Kings story 6:40 A problem with infrequent but large losses 9:45 Precautionary Principle 12:29 Tail risk hedging 15:30 Flaws of modern finance 17:17 Mark Spitznagel learning to “love to lose” 19:00 Fragilities, hidden risks, big picture macro environment 23:43 Addressing misconceptions around Black Swans 25:30 Optionality 30:16 Experience and execution of the strategy 31:49 Black Swans v. Dragon Kings 34:30 Predicting an event is one thing; benefitting is another thing 36:00 Sornette's Dragon Kings 38:50 Universa's 4,000% gain 41:45 Getting to know Nassim Taleb 46:01 Rethinking investing 49:01 New age of crisis 54:40 Parting thoughts
Damian Barrett and Nat Edwards bring you all the latest footy news on AFL Daily. The Lions flex their muscles (0:00); Where this leaves the Tigers (4:35); How will the Swans compete against Geelong? (6:05); Zach Tuohy equals Jim Stynes' record (7:55); North Melbourne's coaching situation (11:46); A huge test for the Bombers (16:00); League-wide team news (19:25) Subscribe to AFL Daily and never miss an episode. Rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode, I'm speaking with Alyssia Swans about how she grew her email marketing business after quitting her job and being unemployed. She has helped brands make over 30 million a year from using her email marketing strategies. MORE ALYSSIA SWANS: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emailmarketingjawn/?hl=en TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@alyssia_swans Website: https://msha.ke/emailmktgjawn MORE WEALTHY WOMAN: Learn more about Wealthy Woman: http://wealthywomandaily.com Follow the show on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wealthywomanpodcast Follow Doni on IG: http://instagram.com/thedonibrown Follow Doni on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thedonibrown?lang=en --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wealthywoman/message
This week we're finishing our series on Swans, covering every album from their reunion in 2010 all the way to their most recent 2023 release, The Beggar. This era of the band is a massive sonic force unlike any other in the world and is not for casual listening. 2 hour albums, 30 minute songs, punishing intensity, and gorgeous atmosphere and musicality. Through this era, Michael Gira proves his uncompromising artistic vision in ways few others in history can compete with. Prepare yourself.Closing track: “Jim” from My Father Will Guide Me Up a Rope to the Sky (2010)Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/everyalbumeverMerchhttps://pandermonkey.creator-spring.com/Mike's EP:Pander Monkey on Bandcamp, Spotify, Apple,Instagram:Mike @pandermonkeyAlex @everyalbumalexHistory Tom's stuff:New album on BandcampDebut album on Bandcamp, Spotify, AppleSubstackWebsiteMike's Picks:The Seer (2012) — Best AlbumMy Father Will Guide Me Up a Rope to the Sky (2010) — Personal FavoriteThe Glowing Man (2016) — Worst Album, Least FavoriteAlex's Picks:To Be Kind (2014) — Best Album, Personal FavoriteThe Glowing Man (2016) — Worst Album, Personal FavoriteAlbums we discussed this episode…My Father Will Guide Me Up a Rope to the Sky (2010)The Seer (2012)To Be Kind (2014)The Glowing Man (2016)leaving meaning. (2019)The Beggar (2023)
This week, we wind down our Capote's Coterie series by investigating the third act of Truman Capote, including those scandalous chapters of Answered Prayers which targeted and alienated his Swans. In 1966, Truman claimed double success with the publication of In Cold Blood. Ultimately though, these achievements combined with his own hubris do not lead Capote to happiness, as his last decade reveals. All sources can be found at doneanddunne.com. Continue your investigation with ad-free and bonus episodes on Patreon! To advertise on Done & Dunne, please reach out to email@example.com or visit https://www.advertisecast.com/DoneDunne. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Young Sydney midfielder joins Cal Twomey for a chat about his Rising Star nomination, playing in the Swans' mammoth win over West Coast and the impact of a champion teammate on his development. Sheldrick gathered 29 disposals and kicked a goal against West Coast last week to claim the nomination. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 639: June 25, 2023 playlist: Swans, "Los Angeles: City of Death" (The Beggar) 2023 Young God Rudnic Ore, "Iraq" (live set at Kuyalnik estuary) 2023 Rudnic Ore Sally Anne Morgan, "The Center" (Carrying) 2023 Thrill Jockey Radian, "Cold Suns" (Distorted Rooms) 2023 Thrill Jockey Slowdive, "kisses" (everything is alive) 2023 Dead Oceans Greg Foat and Gigi Masin, "Viento Calido" (Dolphin) 2023 Strut The Tear Garden, "Her Majesty's Trusted Food Taster" (Crystal Mass) 2000 Nettwerk Helios, "Intertwine" (Espera) 2023 Ghostly International Cristina La Veneno, "Veneno Pa Tu Piel (Xtended Version)" (Veneno Pa Tu Piel) 1996 Max Music / 2023 Dark Entries Dustin Wong, "Audhumla Thaw" (Perpetual Morphosis) 2023 Hausu Mountain P.G. Six, "I Have Known Love" (Murmurs and Whispers) 2023 Drag City Herman Chin Loy, "No Malice Me Chalice Dub" (Musicism Dub LP #2) 1983 Musicism / 2023 Pressure Sounds Email podcast at brainwashed dot com to say who you are; what you like; what you want to hear; share pictures for the podcast of where you're from, your computer or MP3 player with or without the Brainwashed Podcast Playing; and win free music! We have no tracking information, no idea who's listening to these things so the more feedback that comes in, the more frequent podcasts will come. You will not be put on any spam list and your information will remain completely private and not farmed out to a third party. Thanks for your attention and thanks for listening.
Swans started in the early '80s with a brutal sound gradually became more subtle and textured. The band broke up in 1995 after ten albums (and three other releases under the name World of Skin), then Michael released a couple of solo albums and six alt-country releases as Angels of Light before starting a new chapter of Swans in 2010 which has now released its sixth album. We discuss "Michael Is Done" from The Beggar (2023), "It's Coming It's Real" from Leaving Meaning (2019), and "Power for Power" from Filth (1983). You then get to hear Michael's opus "The Beggar Lovers (Three)," also from the new album. Intro: "Screen Shot" from To Be Kind (2014). Hear more at swans.bandcamp.com. Hear more Nakedly Examined Music. Like our Facebook page. Support us on Patreon. Sponsor: Check out the Skeptoid podcast at skeptoid.com.
On this special episode of Live from The Compound, Scott Patterson, Financial Journalist and Wall Street Journal Reporter, joins Michael Batnick and Josh Brown to discuss Scott's new book, Chaos Kings: How Wall Street Traders Make Billions in the New Age of Crisis.Scott is a financial journalist, bestselling author, and Reporter for The Wall Street Journal. He has written two books about advanced computerized trading: Dark Pools and The Quants.Check out the latest in financial blogger fashion at The Compound shop: https://www.idontshop.comInvesting involves the risk of loss. This podcast is for informational purposes only and should not be or regarded as personalized investment advice or relied upon for investment decisions. Michael Batnick and Josh Brown are employees of Ritholtz Wealth Management and may maintain positions in the securities discussed in this video. All opinions expressed by them are solely their own opinion and do not reflect the opinion of Ritholtz Wealth Management.Wealthcast Media, an affiliate of Ritholtz Wealth Management, receives payment from various entities for advertisements in affiliated podcasts, blogs and emails. Inclusion of such advertisements does not constitute or imply endorsement, sponsorship or recommendation thereof, or any affiliation therewith, by the Content Creator or by Ritholtz Wealth Management or any of its employees. For additional advertisement disclaimers see here https://ritholtzwealth.com/advertising-disclaimers. Investments in securities involve the risk of loss. Any mention of a particular security and related performance data is not a recommendation to buy or sell that security. The information provided on this website (including any information that may be accessed through this website) is not directed at any investor or category of investors and is provided solely as general information.Obviously nothing on this channel should be considered as personalized financial advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any securities. See our disclosures here:https://ritholtzwealth.com/podcast-youtube-disclosures/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
If you read liberal news, Biden is "sharp as a tack." If you watch a video of him speak or fall on stage, you know he's decaying. Howie and Emma Foley discuss Minnesota's "historic" installment to move a transgender-identifying man to a women's prison and paying him six figures. Then, tune in for more than one story about illegal aliens eating our birds!