This one is Swedish only I'm afraid. But don't worry! We'll record an English version with other players asap!Fyra äventyrare ger sig ut för att försvara en by mot ett fientligt rövarband...Anneli Heed spelar krigarankan Kvacksum, Ingela Lundh spelar människobarden Tryda, Mattias Redbo spelar alvmagikern Ervilnor, Ellinor diLorenzo spelar halvlingstjuven Glenn.We're an award winning actual play podcast where professional actors in Sweden play the best of Swedish RPGs! Led by one of Swedens most experienced and appreciated podcast Game Masters we play Drakar och Demoner, by Fria Ligan (Free League publishing).Game master: Andreas LundströmMusic by: Andreas Lundström, check him out at https://soundcloud.com/rpgpodcaster
The World Championships in dressage, jumping, vaulting and para-dressage took place in Herning Denmark August 6-14, 2022. There were 950 riders and vaulters, and 1200 horses from 50 nations. Women took over the podium in the individual dressage when Britain's Charlotte Fry was crowned World Champion with Denmark's Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour in silver and Dinja van Liere from The Netherlands in bronze. Denmark (3 women) won the team gold with Great Britain (2 women) silver and Germany (2 women) bronze. Sweden dominated the jumping with team and individual gold. Malin Baryard-Johnnson was the only woman on the Swedish team and Dutch silver medal rider Sanne Thijssen the only other woman winning a team medal. Very unusually, there were no women finishing in the top ten individually in jumping. The other FEI disciplines of eventing and carriage driving hold their world championships September 14-18 in Pratoni del Vivaro, Italy. In football, Megan Rapinoe scores two of the four goals in OL Reign's win over Gotham FC. Nancy has news of the Ballon d'Or Feminin nominees as well as The Women's Cup and Women's International Cup which are taking place in the US this week. With two weeks to go to the start of the US Open Tennis —Aug 29 - Sept 11— Serena Williams announces her retirement. We have an update on Brittney Griner who is to appeal her nine-year jail sentence in Russia. England celebrated more success in The Hundred cricket tournament which made its debut last year to rave reviews. And finally this week we mark the 100 year anniversary of Women's World Games.Hosts: Chris Stafford & Nancy GillenRecorded: August 15, 2022WiSP Sports is the ONLY GLOBAL PODCAST NETWORK FOR WOMEN'S SPORT with more than 60 hosts, 1600+ episodes across 50 shows and over 7 million downloads. Every episode is a WiSP SPORTS ORIGINAL PRODUCTION. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.We are ranked in the top 2% of more than 2.71 million podcasts worldwide. WiSP Sports is on all major podcast players. Follow WiSP Sports on social media @WiSPsports. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Angelica Hesselius Bio Angelica Hesselius is an internationally renowned reward-based horse trainer with a background as an instructor in classical dressage and academic art of riding. She specializes in positive reinforcement training for balanced movement in groundwork and riding. Developing proprioception, movement and communication through systematic reward-based strategies. Angelica has developed new strategies for creating high precision movements and low frustration from the get-go when working with food reinforcers and is passionate about sharing her knowledge. She trains horses, teaches students and coaches colleagues all over the world. Together with dutch horse trainer Do Groen, Angelica has founded the Reward Based Horse Academy with the aim to help horse people build a strong foundation using reward based training techniques. They are offering short courses and are currently working on their year-long educational program. Her current projects include Exploring Nuances with Eva Bertilsson, with lectures and courses for horse trainers and behavior geeks curious to explore and expand their training systems. Eva Bertilsson Bio Eva Bertilsson (she/her) is a behavior consultant and educator with a master's degree in behavior analysis and a passion for all things related to behavior, learning and animal welfare. She started out as a positive reinforcement dog sports trainer in the 90s and nowadays works with a wide variety of settings, helping individuals and organizations develop their practice of modern, science-based, empowering strategies for the benefit of learners of all species. Eva is a board member of the Swedish Association for Behavior Analysis and an enthusiastic disseminator of ethical practices based in behavioral science. She is a long-standing faculty member of Clicker Expo and of TAGteach, and an accredited speaker for Fear Free. Always striving to further our best practices, she hosts the Scandinavian CCC conference on Choice, Control and Communication and runs a Swedish membership group for husbandry training called Kul med Hantering (“Having fun with cooperative care”). Eva and her Carpe Momentum colleague Emelie Johnson Vegh are noteworthy influencers within reward-based training, having developed strategies and concepts such as start button behaviors, seamless training sessions and training session flow charts. Much of “E&E”‘s philosophy and approach to training is outlined in their book Agility Right From the Start, and you find them at www.carpemomentum.nu If you are curious of Eva's most recent projects, check out the webinars she hosts on the www.abc247.wtf/online and look into her positive reinforcement horse training collaboration with with Angelica Hesselius, www.rewardbasedartofriding.com/exploringnuances For links, visit >>> https://atamember.com/2022/08/15/exploring-nuances/
A round-up of the main headlines in Sweden on August 15th, 2022. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Michael WalshProducer: Dave Russell
This week I speak to Tanvi Jagadish, the original Indian Surfer Girl, who is changing attitudes and expectations about girls spending time in the water across India, and in the process providing inspiration across the world Multiple national champion and Ted speaker Tanvi, started with a love of the water which was stoked by her Grandfather and the Surfing Swami (US surfer, Jack Hebner) and became the first SUP athlete to represent India on the international stage. This is the guest who April Zilg calls 'a real inspiration'. Sample Tanvi's experience at the ISA Worlds in Fijihttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_PjL3bWMhw ( HERE) https://www.kadalsurfschool.com/ (Tanvi's SUP school website is here) Connect with Tanvi on social media https://www.facebook.com/tanvisurfer (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/indiansurfergirl/ (Instagram) Keep up with SUPfm: on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SUPfmPodcast/ (@SUPfmPodcast) on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/supfmpodcast/ (@supfmpodcast) AND subscribe to our newsletter https://supfm-podcast.aweb.page/p/e41b5a80-42e1-4f27-87db-e0b7486c5ef6 (here) and get your FREE guide to the apps we recommend, to live your best SUP life Build the lifetime knowledge you need to keep safe on the water Our comprehensive online SUP Safety Course gives you the knowledge you need, to keep safe on the water and ALL FOR LESS than the price of an hours on-water tuition (£37) It's available here at https://supfm.thinkific.com/ (https://supfm.thinkific.com/) See you on the water! This season is brought to you in association with Starboard. Starboard has a history in board design, with Svein Rasmussen entering the windsurfing market with innovative designs back in 1994, building the brand to become market leader within a decade. The brand was quick to recognise the huge potential of stand up paddling and while maintaining careful consideration for their environmental impact, have continuously strived to produce the best boards and paddles for all abilities. Visit Starboard at https://sup.star-board.com/ Mentioned in this episode: This episode is sponsored by Baltic LifeJackets and Whasup Baltic's innovation team have you covered with their specialist PFDs designed for SUP. The SUP Pro and SUP Elite give you maximum mobility on the board and in the water. The thin, compact and flexible buoyancy material on the front of the PFDs, makes it easier to get back on the board, and when you're paddling it makes the buoyancy aid follow your paddle movement smoothly. Baltic are a Swedish based company, with the Swedish safety mindset, and they manufacture in Europe and sell across the world. To check out the SUP specific, SUP Pro and SUP Elite then follow this link and find out your country specific stockist : https://baltic.se/en/produkter/flytvastar/aktivitet/flytvastar-for-sup/ WhaSUP produce reasonably priced, high quality custom bags for all styles and sizes of boards and paddles and for all watersports. WhaSUP have developed an extensive range of protective board bags, from standard day bags to full on travel bags, and supply to individuals and teams, recreational riders and professionals all across the globe. Check out their range here: https://whasup.co.uk/ This Season's Sponsor is Starboard Thank you to Starboard for their continued sponsorship of this podcast. Follow the link for innovative products, advice and information https://www.supfmpodcast.com/starboard (Starboard)
00.00.40: Introduction00.01.43: World of Gaming: Ennies awarded, Congratulations Thirsty Sword lesbians Best Game, Product of the year. Troubleshooters U-boat mystery Silver for best adventure. The One Ring Won GOLD for best interior art. Big FL announcements at GenCon DragonBane is the English version of Drakar och Demoner and there is a 5e version of ToR called Lord of the Rings Roleplaying.00.10.14: Interview - Patron Jonathan Pay asks Dave and Matthew the #RPGaDay2022 questions (part 1)00.46.03: Next time and goodbyeEffekt is brought to you by Fictionsuit and RPG Gods. Music is by Stars in a Black Sea, used with kind permission of Free League Publishing.Like what we do? Put our brand on your face! (and elsewhere) Buy pdfs via our DriveThru Affiliate link Leave a review on iTunes or Podchaser Find our Actual Play recordings on effektap Find essay transcripts and other stuff on Matthew's, and Dave's blogs ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
-- On the Show: -- Republican Senator Lindsey Graham does not show up to his court appearance in Georgia this week despite being ordered to appear -- Radical Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene insists both that the perpetrators of the January 6 riots were Antifa and also that the Trump supporters who rioted are being treated unfairly -- MyPillow Founder and CEO Mike Lindell has another absurd new deadline for major change in the country -- Caller talks about the importance of voting down ballot -- Caller wants more details about the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago -- Caller is a Russian professor who speaks out about the Kremlin -- Caller is a Swedish libertarian socialist pansexual whose mother is a white nationalist right winger -- Eric from Cancun calls in and requests a regular segment on the show -- Caller wants to compare health care systems around the world -- Caller asks about limits for Supreme Court justices -- David responds to viewer emails -- On the Bonus Show: More details about the FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago, Cincinnati FBI office attacked, and much more... ❄️ ChiliSleep: Get 30% OFF your new bed-cooling sleep system at https://chilisleep.com/pakman
“We have seen that the brain grows by use and that the more you use it, the better it will function.” Glenn Doman, the creator of the Doman Method"[i] Watch this interview on YouTube here https://youtu.be/KUF52WCNRxU I'd like to add, that the more we understand how our brain works, the more we will actually use it! On the episode we will explore: ✔ The work of Joshua Gillis, Neuro-Integrator, and the outstanding results he has been having with world class athletes from the world of ice-hockey, to skiing, and wrestling. ✔ Where his work with "unlocking blocks in the brain" began. ✔ What we should all know about our the evolution of our brain and why movement is critical for "unlocking" our true potential. ✔ An Intro to the Neuro Func APP used to improce sports performance, cognitive abilities, and behavioral intelligence. ✔ How to access the FREE sessions in the APP to try it out. Welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast, where we cover the science-based evidence behind social and emotional learning (for schools) and emotional intelligence training (in the workplace) with tools, ideas and strategies that we can all use for immediate results. I'm Andrea Samadi, an author, and educator with a passion for learning specifically on the topics of health, wellbeing and productivity, and launched this podcast to share how important an understanding of our brain is to our everyday life and results--whether we are a teacher in the classroom, a student, or in the modern workplace. On today's episode #238, we will be speaking with Joshua Gillis[ii], who is on a mission to spread his groundbreaking knowledge in neuroscience to as many people as possible, and maybe even convince them to become a member of the small but growing, NOWLiving community. Before we get into WHAT exactly Joshua Gillis has discovered in this field, I've got to say that something about his work stuck out to me when his team contacted me. While preparing for interviews, I want to be sure the topic is in line with our season theme of brain health as it relates to learning, and Joshua's work goes deep into the brain and learning, which I saw with some of his teachers and colleagues who included Glenn Doman (USA), Blythe and Godard (UK) and (I hope I'm getting this one right, as I'm not well versed in Russian) Svetlans Masgutova (RUSSIA). This is quite a powerful list, but the minute I saw Glenn Doman, my mind went back to 1999 when I was working in the seminar industry, and the speaker I worked for, opened the seminar with the work that Glenn Doman was doing in PA, helping children with special needs accomplish the impossible. If you've ever heard my story, in those early days after I left the teaching field, I was still trying to figure out where I was meant to be working, and I would write down anything important that caught my attention when it came to helping young people live up to the potential we know we all have. When the speaker told us about Glenn Doman's work, where we took a young boy named Brendon, who was severely handicapped, and was told he would “just live his life like a vegetable” and with the method of using his brain and movement, they had this young boy up and running (and I forget the time frame) but that's not what was important. It was the fact his life changed 180 degrees from what everyone expected of him. I thought the story was profound enough to write his name and phone number on the first page of my seminar notes, where we I was supposed to be learning about how our mind is connected to our earning potential. That weekend, I couldn't stop wondering about what made such an impact for that young boy and it wasn't difficult for me to find the notes I jotted down from that seminar. IMAGE 1: My first introduction to the work of Glenn Doman in 1999 led me to purchase all of his books, and raise my two children with the Doman Method. The problem with this #1 Best Selling Parenting Series was there was a huge gap with understanding the brain, or how it works, to allow me to properly use these books. 23 years after first hearing about the Doman Institute, I still have some of his books, but without any training these books and theories remained unused over the years, which to me is a huge waste. I wonder if Joshua Gillis' work could fill in the blanks of what I didn't understand, so others listening to this podcast, could use these concepts to their advantage, and perhaps Multiply Their Baby's Intelligence[iii] and join Joshua's mission to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Let's learn a bit about Joshua Gillis now that you have an idea of those innovators he has worked and learned with. What Joshua has found, seems to be, the basic coding to unlock our brains to its true and full capacity like I heard about with that young boy Brendon, all those years ago. His work is all based on the evolution of the nervous system and that our brain's first job is to move the body. The result is a training and therapy system which will offer physical therapy, behavior and learning for children, psychology, endocrinology, men's and women's health with a new more effective and holistic way to resolve these problems and so much more. Joshua has been working 36 years as a therapist, treating over 10,000+ clients, including top athletes like: Former Swedish ice hockey player, Peter Forsberg, who was known for his “on-ice vision and physical play” who was considered one of the greatest players of all-time, as one of NHL's All Time Stars, and Winner of 2 Stanley Cups with the Colorado Avalanche. Peter Forsberg worked with Joshua for Rehabilitation and Increase in Performance and after his treatment he said “I could not even get my foot into the skates before getting the neuro-treatments. After surgery, and physio with the world's best I had given up hope of ever skating again. Thank God I gave it one last try! After only 7 treatments I was skating and two months later back with the Avalanche and a million-dollar contract. This stuff is just unbelievable!” I will put a link to Joshua's top athletes in the show notes, that includes Markus Larsson, a retired Swedish alpine skier who took part in the 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014 winter Olympics who said “From the first treatment, I felt the difference. In a month after the treatments and neurotraining my finishes improved by 10 places to the top 10. Then, after a day of training and treatments with Joshua, I pulled off the impossible, a 5th place in the Olympics at 35 years old.” How this happens, I don't know…just as we still don't understand exactly why when we turn on a light switch, electricity lights up our room, but Joshua has discovered something that “switches on” something in our brain, helping us to overcome where there were once blocks. Let's meet Joshua Gillis and see what we can learn about our brain and body, with an approach to improving the “human condition” that's so interesting, that anyone listening will be moved and touched by his journey where he went from a Ski coach into pre-med and alternative medicine scouring the planet for knowledge living in Sweden, Italy and France, along with his personal struggle to help his two sons which is actually what led him to the creation of this work. I'm hoping he can unlock some of the mysteries of the brain, so we can all take something back to improve our own health, wellbeing and productivity. Welcome Joshua Gillis, thank you for coming on the podcast today. Where have we reached you today? Are you still in Maine? INTRO Q: Joshua, I've got to say I was thrilled to see your work come across my email, when your team reached out to me, as it took me back over 20 years ago before I was even thinking about the brain and learning and came across some of your colleagues. Can you take us back to when you began to make a connection with our brain, learning and movement? Where did this journey begin for you? Q1: I'm sure you can see that I'm a huge Glenn Doman fan, and bought all his books when I was pregnant with my first daughter, of course, wanting to Multiply my Baby's Intelligence before she was even born. I can't be the only one who wanted to do everything possible in those early days. How did you meet Glenn Doman and what did you learn from his work? Q1B: What should we know about the origin of our brain and our central nervous system? Q1C: What should we know about the brain to make it all simple? Q2: So what's behind the levels that you have used in your Neuro Func APP that you have used to improve sports performance, cognitive abilities, and behavioral intelligence? Q3: So what exactly will people be doing at each level in the APP to improve their performance? Q4: Does your APP help us to unlock our blocks through movement at each level? Q5: This next sentence is profound. Especially with the topic I'm covering here on the podcast-helping people to learn how an understanding of their brain can impact productivity and results (in schools, sports and the workplace). You say: “When certain and specific movements are practiced, there is a powerful shift deep within our unconscious mind that positively affects nearly all of what we are; emotional clarity, behavioral stability, intellectual and artistic ability, postural perfection and sports performance.” Can you explain what this means? Q6: What is your current focus/vision for your work? Joshua, Thank you very much for coming on the podcast and sharing your fascinating journey to help us to unlock our brains so we can reach those higher levels of capacity. Is there anything important that we have missed? Final Thoughts When I think back to the beginning of this episode, I was hoping that Joshua would be able to fill in the blanks for what I didn't understand about the brain, but I realized that we don't always need to understand everything. I learned that in order to unlock our potential, movement is critical, and Joshua has figured out the best movements that he has put into 5 levels in his app. I went through each level (you can sign up to access each level for FREE with your email address as well) and what I noticed was that there were some exercises I had recently started doing in physical therapy for neck pain. If you've ever been to physical therapy, you go when you need to recover your muscles from an injury, or recover from an accident or injury, and sometimes the exercises can feel like a waste of time. You do the same motion over and over again. But then, after each session, you express to your therapist whether you feel better or not, and after every session I had attended, I felt an improvement. Before seeing Joshua's app, or the exercises he's been doing with athletes over the years, I'm not sure I would have believed the power behind it all, until I thought of this one exercise called the “Cat Camel” that he has in the app. If you have something that you would like to work on, I highly suggest trying his app, and see what you notice. I will be having Joshua back on the podcast to take a deeper dive into each of the 5 levels, but until then, try it out, and see if you can use movement, the basic blueprint of your brain, to unlock your potential, like we saw from the athletes he has worked with around the world. I'll see you next week! LEARN MORE ABOUT JOSHUA GILLIS Website https://nowliving.today/ NeuroFunC in the Apple App Store https://apps.apple.com/us/app/neuro-func/id1544667683 (Sign in with your email/password to access FREE Training). EMAIL email@example.com SEE ALL APPS https://nowliving.today/applications/ TOP Athletes Joshua Gillis has worked with https://nowliving.today/top_clients/ RESOURCES: Glenn Doman's Work with The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential https://iahp.org/ Brain Gym https://www.braingym.com/ REFERENCES: [i] Glenn Doman https://www.domaninternational.org/glenn-doman [ii] Joshua Gillis Website https://nowliving.today/ [iii] How to Multiply Your Baby's Intelligence by Glenn Domann 2006
Drawing from his experience as an Olympic athlete and Sweden's exceptional legacy of running, Peter Häggström Lindecrantz founded YMR Track Club in an effort to bring vintage design and high-quality, Swedish-made apparel to the run market, all at a reasonable price point. We talk about how he managed that, his history as a runner, and a lot more. Follow YMR Track Club on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ymrtrackclub/ This episode is sponsored by Inside Tracker, which helps you optimize your body and running, using science and technology to deliver ultra-personalized guidance for your training and health. Drop listeners save 20% on any product (no code necessary): https://www.insidetracker.com/dropin
In this episode, Aaron and I are joined by Karolina Norée (@karonlinanoreewild) , a Swedish wildlife photographer living in South Africa near Kruger National Park. Karolina explains what's involved in running a business with your significant other. We also talk about what to expect on a trip to Kruger National park. What kind of lenses should you bring, what kind of animals can you expect to see? We also talk about having family and friends who support your photography journey and what it must feel like for those who don't have that support. Again we revisit a bit of imposter syndrome and keep chipping away at how to mitigate it. Among tons of other things we also talk about what went into creating an e-book and how photographers can add e-books to their list of products for sale.You can listen to Karolina's podcast here: Wildest Kruger Stories (Spotify)Wildest Kruger Stories (Apple Podcasts)You can download her E-Book here:Wildlife Photographer E-Book - Guide For BeginnersMake a donation via PayPal for any amount you feel is equal to the value you receive from our podcast episodes! Donations help with the fees related to hosting the show: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=Z36E4SCB6D3LWThanks for listening!Go get shooting, go get editing, and stay focused.@sethmacey@mantis_photography@thephotographermindsetSmells Like HumansLike spending time with funny friends talking about curious human behavior. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Do you want to change the world?Insight Out reveals transformational insights that can change your life and the world!Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
From the BBC World Service: Lee Jae-yong was convicted of embezzlement and bribery, but the Seoul government says he’s needed back in charge of the country’s biggest company to help the post-pandemic economic recovery. Plus, an armed man took hostages at a bank in Lebanon and demanded access to his frozen savings. And, the Swedish firm that’s developing a less environmentally intensive kind of steel.
From the BBC World Service: Lee Jae-yong was convicted of embezzlement and bribery, but the Seoul government says he’s needed back in charge of the country’s biggest company to help the post-pandemic economic recovery. Plus, an armed man took hostages at a bank in Lebanon and demanded access to his frozen savings. And, the Swedish firm that’s developing a less environmentally intensive kind of steel.
We head into the Ibiza music studios of Sonic Vista today with producer Henry Sarmiento from New York. Born in the big Apple from a Swedish mother and Colombian Father, Henry got started in the music industry very young. He was a roadie to Max Creek at 16 and tells the story of how he journeyed from there to become an engineer for Strictly Roots, almost by chance after the previous one quit and he took the role over and blew them away with his ¨big sound¨. He was then spotted by the legend Herbie Herbert, former manager for Journey, mixing for Bammie award winning band Inka Inka and then ended up working in his studio, Sy Klopps, for the next 8 years, Henry has had the likes of Lady Gaga writing Alejandro, DJ and producer Satori creating his latest album Dreamin´ Colours, Akon, The Ting Tings, 50 Cent & many more in his ibiza 400 year old finca studios and is not short of a story or two. Drop in to the full episode and leave is a review if you enjoy it. www.theresetrebel.com
Back in 2010, Japanese writer Mari Kondo changed how we think about organisation and decluttering with her bestseller The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up. Behind the book's grand title is a simple premise: anything that doesn't bring you joy should be thrown away. Since then, a new and somewhat similar trend caught on in the late 2010s: death cleaning. It's mainly designed for people entering the final stages of their life, and making sure they don't overboard before passing away. People started talking about death cleaning in 2018, when Stockholm-based artist and widow Margareta Magnusson published a book called The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning. Since then, the trend has started catching on. The name comes from the Swedish döstädning: a combination of the word “dö”, which means death, and “standing”, which means cleaning. How did Magnusson come up with the term? Where does death cleaning fit in alongside other minimalist trends? From what age do people start death cleaning? In under 3 minutes, we answer your questions ! To listen to the last episodes, you can click here : Why do we get verrucas? What is climate shadow, the newest way to measure your impact on global warming? Why do our bodies need magnesium? A podcast written and realised by Joseph Chance. In partnership with upday UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The crew are roused from their seance, there has been a murder! So'Ka the skavara is missing leaving only his Capybara. The crew and the Children of the Song try to make sense of what they have experienced, in an atmosphere is distrust.Guest starting two patrons, Jon and Will. The last part of Children of the SongLike what we do?Please review us on your directory of choice or PodchaserBuy The Last Cyclade via our affiliate linkCheckout our regular podcast to hear Matt and Dave discuss and create content for (mostly Swedish) RPGsFind transcripts and other stuff on our blogs: FictionSuit and RPGGodsMusic is Nomad, from Stars in a Black Sky, played with permission from Free League Publishing ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
One way to curb overproduction of clothing is to keep the clothes we have longer. It's an old-fashioned solution but a simple one: instead of tossing worn and torn clothes in the trash, repair them. Major outdoor apparel brands have embraced repairs as a way to stay close to their customers, and luxury brands have long offered repairs as a service to their clients. But with fast fashion jumping in on the trend, is this just sustainable theater or can it move the culture toward caring for clothes? Then, Rachel, Shilla and Christina dig into a new technology from Swedish company Renewcell. Circulose is made from 100% textile waste and is used as a raw material to make things like viscose and lyocell. Zara announced they're using it in a capsule line of clothing, including dresses and sweaters in natural colors. H&M is an investor in the company, as well. Does this signal an important step forward in recycling technology? And is it scalable enough to have an impact? Resources: Harper's Bazaar: The restoration revolution: the best luxury repair services to take note of Sourcing Journal: Arc'Teryx and Eddie Bauer Target Repair and Resale Sourcing Journal: Uniqlo launches repair services at NYC flagship Retail Detail: H&M trials new store concept in Amsterdam The Circular Laboratory: What Is ‘Circulose' … And Is it Sustainable? Sourcing Journal: Zara x Circulose Fashion Capsule Shows Off Sustainable Circular Fiber Bloomberg: Renewcell and ZARA Collaborate to Create a Capsule Collection Made from Material Produced with Circulose (R) Hot Buttons is a production of Post Script Media. The show is hosted by Christina Binkley, Rachel Kibbe, and Shilla Kim-Parker. Follow the show on Twitter.
The New Jersey Devils were able to ink a deal with fan favorite Swedish player, Fabian Zetterlund. He provided solid work for the Devils towards the end of the year, however, I still believe he's undervalued. He has a lot of upsides. Also, one of my buddies brought something interesting to my attention in regards to Jack Hughes and Connor McDavid Subscribe to Locked On Devils! Follow me on Twitter: @treymatt4 Follow the show on Twitter: @LockedOnDevils Listen to Locked On Devils: https://linktr.ee/LockedOnDevils Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar: Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline: BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds, and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
[@ 4 min] This week… in the OBS ‘Hall of Fame', we dive into the career and legacy of the greatest dramatic soprano born in 20th century Sweden (whose name doesn't rhyme with “Schmear-git Hilsson”)… [@ 48 min] Plus, in the ‘Two Minute Drill'… A different Swedish soprano is inducted into a German Hall of Fame, a place less exclusive than the OBS ‘HOF'… operaboxscore.com facebook.com/obschi1 @operaboxscore IG operaboxscore
This week, Busy is desperately trying to locate Swedish cinnamon rolls, and has a whole scenario worked out in her mind for why Gina has been acting weird about going in the back yard. Meanwhile, Caissie tries to describe the time she believes all the birds in her neighborhood suspected her of killing one of their own. Also, the conversation somehow keeps turning to the scientific properties of pee? And Busy explains her unfortunate dog park encounter with a stranger while slightly high. Then, actor, writer, director, friend and BPIDHB listener Katie Aselton pops in to talk about the new movie she just directed, “Mack & Rita” starring DIANE KEATON! SPONSORS: http://Wildgrain.com/BUSY for $30 off your first artisanal bread box, plus free croissants http://HigherDOSE.com/busy CODE: BEST for 15% off infrared wellness devices http://Diggs.pet PROMO CODE: BUSY15 for 15% off your order http://Zocdoc.com/DOINGHERBEST, sign up for FREE & book an appointment with a top rated doctor http://Framebridge.com CODE: OURBEST for 15% off your first order
Our mini-series on Maritime Disasters continues with the Vasa, the mighty flagship of the Swedish king, Gustavus Adolphus. Built between 1626 and 1628 Vasa was the pinnacle of Swedish artistic and scientific achievement. She was the most sophisticated warship ever built in Sweden, built at a time when Swedish seapower was on the rise. By the mid 1620s Sweden had become a major player in the naval and maritime make up of northern Europe and Gustavus Adolphus had established himself as a king with muscle and intent. Thousands came to the waterside in Stockholm to watch the maiden voyage of this most prestigious ship, and thousands watched in disbelief as she rolled over and sank. Salvaged in 1961 with all of her secrets intact Vasa is now one of the world's most important museum ships and a time-capsule of seventeenth century maritime and royal power. To find out more Dr Sam Willis spoke with Dr Fred Hocker, Director of Research at the Vasa museum in Stockholm. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
KCRW recently premiered Little Dragon's blissed out remix of OLAN's “Wake and Return” on Morning Becomes Eclectic. The Swedish outfit sprinkle their trademark synth lines and melodies to sooth OLAN's textural soundscape.
Gaby is engaged!!! Allison and Gaby are sad to not be in person for this monumental moment! But they carry on with gossiping about their families anyway. A listener asks a question about being uncomfortable networking post-college. Allison tells a wild story about working for a man who was in the Swedish mafia. The duo talk about running yourself ragged to meet the right people and how to handle post-college stress when looking for a job in the entertainment industry. Then, BAD SEX author Nona Willis Aronowitz joins to talk about diving into her famous mother's personal life for her book, her own marriage's tumultuous ending, and what she uncovered about the feminist movement and sex. Finally, Mal Blum grabs a mic to talk about their and Gaby's recent engagement!! We get the story and also some details they haven't shared anywhere else. Exclusive stuff!! This has been a Forever Dog production Produced by Melisa D. Monts Executive produced by Brett Boham, Joe Cilio, and Alex Ramsey To listen to this podcast ad-free Sign up for Forever Dog Plus at foreverdogpodcasts.com/plus Check out video clips of our podcasts on Youtube at youtube.com/foreverdogteam And make sure to follow us on Twitter, instagram and Facebook at ForeverDogTeam to keep up with all of the latest Forever Dog News Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week on The Shmooze, we talk to Asaf Galay, award-winning director of films that examine modern Jewish culture and creativity. He has explored the magical literature and complex life of Isaac Bashevis Singer, celebrated ultra-Orthodox and queer Swedish pop music, and traced the development of comics and cartoons in the United States and Israel. His documentary "The Adventures of Saul Bellow" will be screened at the Yiddish Book Center and as part of the PBS American Masters series in December 2022. In conversation we talk about how Asaf's documentary brings the viewer into the world that informed Bellow, the writer and the person. Episode 332 August 8, 2022 Amherst, MA
A worker's union says New Zealand's supply of toilet paper could be at risk after nearly 150 staff were locked out at a Kawerau production plant yesterday. Pay negotiations with Swedish employers Essity broke down and there's been a claim from the workers that the indefinite lock out could result in Aotearoa being "caught short" of Purex and Sorbent branded toilet paper. Pulp and Paper Union Kawerau secretary Tane Phillips describes the action as "bullying behaviour". He spoke to Guyon Espiner. Essity didn't respond to our request to come onto the programme.
After some technical errors to start the show (or not start it), the guys celebrate the official weekend and start of Swedish crawfish (crayfish?) season, kräftsäsongen. Then, the guys try to tackle a follower question for “The YouTube.” Plus Sean recounts a harrowing story of how he recently got scammed while trying to sell something on Blocket, Sweden's popular online marketplace. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We are beginning to see the tides turning against Puck in this week's episode. It's Season 3, Episode 9: Collision Course, and Pedro has had enough of Puck's shenanigans. The rest of the household is seeing the line drawn in the sand, as well, leading to an emotional Pedro declaring he will continue to separate himself from everyone else for as long as Puck is in the house. Rachel feels caught between Puck and Pedro, but is finally starting to see how things really are without Puck's influence. And on a happier note, Sean proposes to Pedro, and he accepts! Other topics include what constitutes a typical Swedish breakfast, major life changes for both hosts, Walter Matthau, and not-so-clever stand-ins for songs. Both hosts wonder: When will Real World-ers learn that answering questions from a hat never goes as well as expected?! Follow us on social media! We're @friendsamongstrangerspod on both Facebook and Instagram, and @FAS_pod on Twitter.
Sweden has a long history of championing LGBTQ+ rights. But campaigners spent years battling to get the gender-neutral personal pronoun ‘hen' included in Swedish dictionaries. The word was finally added in 2015. Maddy Savage spoke to Nasim Aghili from the "queer" art collective Ful, which rallied to get the word recognised. This is a Bespoken Media production for the BBC World Service. (Photo: Nasim Aghili. Credit: Thomas Straub)
Ingrid Schatz founded Axelsdotter Bakery out of her Virginia kitchen as a homage to her Swedish culinary bloodline. She's now on a mission to bring the kingdom's cakes and pastries to America. This is the story of how she flexed Instagram, elbow grease and no shortage of pricey butter to build a cottage business during Covid.
Casper Steinfath is the Danish paddler who has brought Viking resilience , into his racing, his adventures and his crossings With 6 world titles and 2 successes in the legendary and intimidating Red Bull Heavy Water , Casper has been there from the start, flying the flag as the most successful European racer on the world circuit. In part two of this two part interview, we talk about how how he has extended his ability to 'thrive in chaos' by completing expeditions and challenges that have proved less than straightforward. He shares what he has learned by failing and how this has made such a difference to the way he confronts any challenge. Casper's website https://www.caspersteinfath.com/ (is here ) Connect with Casper on social media https://www.facebook.com/Caspersteinfath/ (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/cj_steinfath/ (Instagram) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJuMYhHymU_xq80BQg-xV5w (You tube ) Watch his https://www.redbull.com/int-en/films/skagerrak-film (documentary Skagerrak for free here) Rent or Buy his documentary: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/standingonwaterfilm (Standing on Water on Vimeo Here) Keep up with SUPfm: on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SUPfmPodcast/ (@SUPfmPodcast) on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/supfmpodcast/ (@supfmpodcast) AND subscribe to our newsletter https://supfm-podcast.aweb.page/p/e41b5a80-42e1-4f27-87db-e0b7486c5ef6 (here) and get your FREE guide to the apps we recommend, to live your best SUP life Build the lifetime knowledge to keep safe on the water Our comprehensive online SUP Safety Course gives you the knowledge you need, to keep safe on the water and ALL FOR LESS than the price of an hours on-water tuition (£37) It's available here at https://supfm.thinkific.com/ (https://supfm.thinkific.com/) See you on the water! Mentioned in this episode: This Season's Sponsor is Starboard Thank you to Starboard for their continued sponsorship of this podcast. Follow the link for innovative products, advice and information https://www.supfmpodcast.com/starboard (Starboard) This episode is sponsored by Baltic LifeJackets, Zennway ESEA Strap and Whasup Baltic's innovation team have you covered with their specialist PFDs designed for SUP. The SUP Pro and SUP Elite give you maximum mobility on the board and in the water. The thin, compact and flexible buoyancy material on the front of the PFDs, makes it easier to get back on the board, and when you're paddling it makes the buoyancy aid follow your paddle movement smoothly. Baltic are a Swedish based company, with the Swedish safety mindset, and they manufacture in Europe and sell across the world. To check out the SUP specific, SUP Pro and SUP Elite then follow this link and find out your country specific stockist : https://baltic.se/en/produkter/flytvastar/aktivitet/flytvastar-for-sup/ If you've ever struggled to carry your board to the water then check out the ESEA strap by UK innovators Zennway It combines a SUP specific, carry strap with a robust ‘no snag' SUP Leash… giving you a practical 2 in 1 solution, also available as a quick release belt option. Made with resilient marine grade materials for long term use in the most challenging environments, you can make your SUP experience ESEA by following the link here: https://zennway.com/ WhaSUP produce reasonably priced, high quality custom bags for all styles and sizes of boards and paddles and for all watersports. WhaSUP have developed an extensive range of protective board bags, from standard day bags to full on travel bags, and supply to individuals and teams, recreational riders and professionals all across the globe. Check out their range here: https://whasup.co.uk/
In the 8th and last episode of the Euro 2022 Special, Mia Eriksson and Willie Kirk are once again joined by data analyst Jesper Haglöf from the football analyst platform PlaymakerAI and women's football expert and commentator from Viaplay, Pär Lagerström. Jesper, who was with us in the preview episode before the tournament kicked off, is happy that his simulation of the outcome came true and Pär gives us his thoughts about England winning and how Swedish football can benefit from it. Willie, who recently was appointed as the women's football director in Leicester Football club, shares his thoughts about why Sarina Wiegman had international success once again and we also talk about Chelsea's newest addition; Swedish national team player Johanna Rytting Kaneryd who was rumoured to have signed for the Blues when we recorded this. What do Willie, Jesper and Pär think of Johanna's chances to break into Emma Hayes' already star stacked attacking line?Thanks to each and every one of you that have been with us throughout this Euro Special. We love you all. Please keep on listening, leave a review and subscribe to this podcast! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In a new series called “Reset Lost and Found,” producers track down things in Chicago that a Google search can't uncover — like where to find Swedish egg coffee in Chicago. In the first edition of the series, Reset freelance producer Claire Hyman teaches us how to make the beverage and Tre Kronor owner and chef Patty Rasmussen gives us a history lesson.
Jag bodde över tre år i Budapest och jag tycker att det är en fantastisk stad. I det här avsnittet pratar jag om staden och vad jag gillar och inte gillar med den! Sample of the transcript at the bottom! -------------------- Om du vill stödja podden och få transkript till alla avsnitt kan du bli patron - det kostar bara 5€ per månad! Gå in på min hemsida www.swedishlinguist.com och klicka på länken till min Patreon-sida! På min hemsida kan du också hitta information om kursen Strong Swedish! Kursen för dig som vill nå en avancerad nivå i svenska. -------------------- If you want to support the podcast and get transcripts to all episodes, you can become a patron - it's only 5€ per month! Go to my website www.swedishlinguist.com and click the link to my Patreon page! On my website you can also find information about the Strong Swedish course! The course for you who want to reach an advanced level in Swedish. ------------------- Instagram: swedish.linguist YouTube: Swedish Linguist Facebook: Swedish Linguist Letar du efter en svenskalärare? Jag har alltid använt italki för att hitta lärare. Klicka här för att få 10$ krediter på italki när du köper för minst 20$! Länken är en affiliate link, så du stödjer också mig när du använder den :) ------------------- Ett smakprov (sample) på transkriptet: Hallå där, välkommen till Simple Swedish Podcast! Ja, dom här avsnitten kommer ut lite ojämt just nu. Och det är för att, ah, jag har lite halvsemester, och jag reser ganska mycket, så, ah, jag jobbar när jag får tid. Och just nu är jag faktiskt i Budapest, min gamla hemstad. Och jag tänkte att, ah men jag kanske ska göra ett avsnitt om Budapest. Så det ska jag göra idag, jag ska prata om staden Budapest faktiskt. Så.. Och [i] förra avsnittet så pratade jag lite snabbare, jag pratade i mer vanlig takt, i mer vanligt tempo. Och det var flera personer som sa att det var bra. Men jag kommer såklart fortsätta att göra avsnitt i det här lite långsammare tempot. Men jag tänker att det kanske är bra att göra avsnitt med lite olika svårighetsgrad, alltså avsnitt som är lite olika svåra. Och du får gärna berätta för mig vad du tycker. Speciellt om du är patron på 10€-nivån, så kan du skriva på Discord vad du tycker. Ska jag fortsätta att bara ha avsnitt på, liksom, lite långsammare svenska, eller ska jag blanda lite, och ha lite svåra avsnitt, lite medelsvåra avsnitt, lite lätta avsnitt, och, ah, blanda lite? Det kanske är en bra grej. Och som sagt så är det bra att bli patron nu i början av månaden, för du måste alltid betala för en hel månad. Så därför är det såklart bättre att bli patron i början av månaden, så att du inte betalar för en hel månad, men får bara, liksom, andra halvan. För man måste alltid betala för en hel månad, och man betalar alltid i början av månaden, och tidpunkten när man blir patron. Ja.. Så, jag ska också tacka några nya patros, det är Bartol, Natalia, John, Ewa och Gabrielle. Tack till er, och ni och alla andra som stödjer podden får såklart transkript till alla avsnitt. Okej, så Budapest då. Så jag är ju faktiskt i Budapest just nu. Jag är på besök, kan man säga. Jag var i Sverige och jag är på väg till Zagreb i Kroatien. Så jag tyckte att det passade att besöka Budapest. Så, jag bor hos en kompis här. Och dom jobbar här utanför på gatan (there were people doing road work), men just nu så blev det tyst. Så ja, dom slutade jobba, så jag tänkte att det är ett bra tillfälle att spela in podden. Så ja, jag bodde här i Budapest i, ah, totalt i ungefär tre och ett halvt år. Jag kan kanske prata om det i nåt annat avsnitt, men nu så tänkte jag prata om själva staden då. För Budapest, det är alltså Ungerns huvudstad, alltså huvudstaden i Ungern. Och det bor nästan två miljoner människor i Budapest. ....för att läsa hela transkriptet till detta och alla andra avsnitt, klicka här!
In a move that predictably has China perturbed, Nancy Pelosi is in Taiwan on a state visit to “reaffirm allies” in the South China Sea, triggering fears of WWIII (again) across the Twitterverse. But does anyone really want an armed conflict with China? And even if they did, would our “yassified” armed forces be up to the task? Meanwhile, the Tavistock Clinic, a gender clinic in the UK, has been ordered to shut down over child abuse concerns, and a Swedish health council has recommended no longer using puberty blockers. Plus: Spencer airs his deep-cut conspiracy theory about Pete Buttigieg. A full cast of our editors analyze our trajectory.
Hate da sport! Jamie and Caitlin recruit true punk Margaret Killjoy to teach them how to play their instruments and talk Swedish youth punk masterpiece We Are The Best! (This episode contains spoilers) For Bechdel bonuses, sign up for our Patreon at patreon.com/bechdelcast. Follow @Magpiekilljoy on Twitter. While you're there, you should also follow @BechdelCast, @caitlindurante and @jamieloftusHELP.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fresh Findz Music Review Episode #100. A quick review of the weeks fresh music releases singles & albums below.SINGLES:“Grace” – Marcus Mumford “Turn On The Lights” – Fred again.., Swedish House Mafia, Future“Savanne” – Vieux Farka Toure, Khruangbin “On My Knees” – RUFUS DU SOL, AdriatiqueALBUMS:Beyonce – RENAISSANCE.Maggie Rogers – Surrender $uicideboy$ - Sing Me a Lullaby, My Sweet Temptation Beach Rats – Rat BeatWiz Khalifa – Multiverse REVIEW WITH YOU: “Crab Walking Home In The Rain” – Jason Collett
We talk a lot of stuff this week, almost none of it was Rocket Mortgage related, but we did get into Swedish monarchies, benevolent dictatorships and whether that's just a pipe dream. We talk LIV Bedminster, Wyndham, we get into the picks for our final regular season event, and a lot more!!
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We catch up with volunteers at this year's Stockholm Pride that is taking place in the capital between 1-7 August. Also, an explainer of the voting procedures at the Swedish general election and how changes in taking ballot papers at polling booths could mean long queues. And is it really that difficult to find Swedish friends?Presenter: Maya NaylorReporter: Michael Walsh and Maya Naylor
A round-up of the main headlines in Sweden on August 4th, 2022. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Michael WalshProducer: Dave Russell
On today's Pop of Wisdom episode, I am interviewing one of the best beauty inventors in the world and of our generation, Filip Sedic. Filip is a Bosnian born Swedish inventor with more than 200 patents assigned to his name. He is the founder and CEO of FOREO, the record breaking Swedish brand reinventing beauty and wellness for better. FOREO's beauty tech designs deliver professional level treatments at home to build self-confidence. Filip's designs at FOREO have won over 100 design and industry awards and he's broken records with a FOREO product being sold every 3 seconds in 2017.I am not surprised the quality FOREO upholds and everything they do is obvious. You may have heard about the Luna range of facial cleansing devices. The naturally clean 99.5% of impurities from the skin fully. As a serial entrepreneur, he started his career in the car technology industry and moved into the telecom world. Eight years later, he transitioned into the beauty world, setting up his first company, LELO, in Stockholm. Felipe went on to develop his second company that focused on pharmaceutical grade feminine care products, and in 2013, he founded FOREO. Felipe has changed the beauty world, democratized access to tools ten years ago, only the top beauty professionals could use. And as a consequence, I felt honoured to have him on the show today to admire his innovation and entrepreneurship. --Explore the FOREO range: https://www.currentbody.com/collections/not-perfectFind out more about the story of FOREO: https://www.foreo.com/the-story-of-foreoA huge thank you to our podcast sponsor FOREO who have partnered with Current Body, the beauty device experts, to offer Not Perfect listeners an exclusive 20% off all FOREO products for the month of July. To claim your discount, head to Currentbody.com/notperfect. Thanks again to FOREO! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this bonus episode, Jim adds a song to the desert island jukebox from a Netflix series about the Swedish criminal Clark Olofsson. Send us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundopsJoin our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lU
More than 100 million people have been forcibly displaced from their home around the world – fleeing conflict, natural disasters or persecution. Millions end up in refugee camps, living in tents. Around the world, designers and architects are trying to improve the lives of these displaced people, by improving the temporary homes they're living in. From prefabricated shelters made using Swedish flat-pack design methods, to the homes made from scratch using local knowledge and materials, we meet the people trying to replace tents with homes that have a little more dignity. Presenter: Myra Anubi Reporter/Producer: Farhana Haider Producer: William Kremmer Syria Producer: Ali Haj Suleiman Production Co-ordinator: Ibtisam Zein Sound mix: Hal Haines Executive producer: Tom Colls Editor: Penny Murphy Photo credit Ali Haj Suleiman Description Kafirjalas IDP camp Idlib, Syria
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This week's episode is one that we are thrilled to release for you! Linda McGurk is the author of "There's No Such Thing as Bad Weather: A Scandinavian Mom's Secrets for Raising Healthy, Resilient, and Confident Kids". This book was not only eye opening, but exciting and astounding! We hope you love this interview with this Swedish mom of two and acclaimed author.
Marco Passanante shares how to make your MLM business simpler and the 6 habits that create a 6 figure network marketing business.Who is Marco Passanante?Marco Passanante was a professional soccer player and was a goalkeeper in the Swedish second division before he got started in network marketing in 2003.Today he's a multiple 6 figure earner with a team of over 26,000 active distributors.Favorite QuoteNormal people do the best... successful do whatever it takes!Recommended Books by Marco PassananteHow to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale CarnegieThink and Grow Rich by Napoleon HillJohn Maxwell books Recommended Online AppZoom, Flash ScoreRecommended Prospecting ToolFace to Face Contact InfoMarco Passanante on Facebook , Instagram