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Health Education England
Advanced Practice Podcast - Episode 7, Advanced Practice Governance

Health Education England

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 29:10


This episode of the HEE South West Advancing Practice podcast series looks at the importance of governance in developing and implementing advanced practice in health and care organisations. We talk about the difficulties and challenges around advanced practice governance, discuss examples of good practice, and look at the information and guidance available. For more information on the HEE Advanced Practice Governance Matrix please go to our website: https://advanced-practice.hee.nhs.uk/resources-news-and-events/governance-of-advanced-practice-in-health-and-care-provider-organisations/ Host - Valentino Oriolo, HEE Advancing Practice Supervision and Assessment Lead for Acute Internal Medicine & Medical Specialities. Guests - Dr Julie Gripton, Health and Social Care Academy: Principal / Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. Neil Aplin, Advanced Practitioner, Emergency Department, Great Western Hospital NHS Foundation Trust / Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire ICS Advanced Practice Workforce Transformation Lead. Email - advancingpractice.sw@hee.nhs.uk Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/nhshee/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/nhs_healthedeng Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/nhshee/ A transcript of this episode is available here

DN35
Tackling Bruce's Pessimism

DN35

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 66:57


Town lose to Swindon, but we have no time to dwell on it as Carlisle wade in to Town still wringing yet from our last meeting. 

DN35
I Stand Corrected On The Sausages

DN35

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 69:28


Town win! Colchester are beaten it's like Boudicca all over again.  We preview Swindon and Alex makes a very depressing video on voting for us and other Mariners in the Football Supporters Association Awards.    Vote for us as Club Podcast of the Year on the LINK HERE

Football Daily
72+: Transfer round-up and Sunderland's new era

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 45:04


Aaron Paul is joined by EFL legend Jobi McAnuff and former Port Vale, Swindon and Walsall defender Ben Purkiss to react to the big transfer news from deadline day. BBC Radio Wales commentator Rob Phillips tells us about Cardiff's 17 signings and whether the addition of Callum Robinson from West Brom will answer their problems in front of goal. Radio Derby's Ed Dawes discusses Derby County's summer business and whether the club are going to back interim manager Liam Rosenior. And Sunderland fan Kyle from the Roker Report podcast reflects on a chaotic week after the departure of Alex Neil and the appointment of Tony Mowbray.

What Do You Call That Noise? The XTC Podcast

As they prepare for one last run around the block, the members of Fossil Fools, the UK's longest running tribute to XTC, talk about their origins, their famous fans and their appearance at the XTC Convention 2022.Under Mark Fisher's intense questioning about their final set list, Terry Arnett (drums), Ed Percival (guitar), Dan Farmer (keyboard) and Matt Bell (bass) stay tight-lipped. XTC Convention, Friday 16–Sunday 18 September 2022 The Water Rats, Gray's Inn Road, London, 29 October 2022  The Vic, Swindon, 25 November 2022  What Do You Call That Noise? An XTC Discovery Book available from https://www.xtclimelight.com  If you've enjoyed What Do You Call That Noise? The XTC Podcast, please show your support at https://www.patreon.com/markfisher Thanks to the Pink Things, Humble Daisies and Knights in Shining Karma who've done the same. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Triathlon Nutrition Academy
How Triathlon Changed My Life with Sue Swindon

Triathlon Nutrition Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 20:26


I believe in the power of nutrition. It really is the fourth leg!  Putting on my Advanced Sports Dietitian's hat, I love to take the science and translate that into information and practical advice that triathletes can understand and trust - knowing it will help them to unlock their true potential - to train harder, recover faster and perform at their BEST.  Within the Triathlon Nutrition Academy, the goal is to not just give triathletes nutrition advice for their next race or their next season - it's to have them understand nutrition and what that looks like for them - the WHY and the HOW - so they have that knowledge to take with them FOREVER! As triathlete and Triathlon Nutrition Academy foundation member, Sue Swindon, said so eloquently when I spoke to her recently, "Taryn you provide the "NO BS" approach to nutrition". And it's true - I'm not about quick fixes and diets. What we provide within the Triathlon Nutrition Academy is not just a quick fix, eight week challenge. We cut through the noise and give you that real understanding - something you can take with you forevermore! Take a listen to this week's podcast and see if you can relate to Sue's triathlon journey - from frustration, stress and confusion -  to, now, a sense of understanding, empowerment, an excitement about food and nutrition, a joy of eating (for sport and for life) and a very real sense of community. LINKS: Register for the Triathlon Nutrition Training Camp13-15th Septemberwww.dietitianapproved.com/camp To save your seat at the Triathlon Workshop in BrisbaneSaturday September 3rd, 1-4pmwww.dietitianapproved.com/triathlonworkshop Learn more about the Triathlon Nutrition Academy Program: www.dietitianapproved.com/academy DOORS OPEN SEPTEMBER 10th!   Instagram: @Dietitian.Approved  @triathlonnutritionacademy Facebook: https://wwww.facebook.com/DietitianApproved   The Triathlon Nutrition Academy is a podcast by Dietitian Approved  Website: www.dietitianapproved.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

#RailNatter
#RailNatter Episode 129: Not quite ten of mainland Europe's missing high speed rail links

#RailNatter

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 70:57


Jon Stone and I are joining the dots in this week's #RailNatter... Where on our side of Europe would really benefit from a new high speed link? We trip our way across from Sweden to Spain, from Swindon to Serbia in search of the answers. This is most certainly an incomplete list. But the real challenges aren't perhaps the physical infrastructure, but the political unimaginativeness of our leaders. Enjoyed this? Please do consider supporting #RailNatter at https://patreon.com/garethdennis or throw loose change at me via https://paypal.me/garethdennis. Merch is at https://masquette.co.uk/collections/r.... Join in the discussion at https://garethdennis.co.uk/discord.

Wessex LMCs Podcasts
BSW Wellbeing Matters Offer - support for you and your colleagues

Wessex LMCs Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 26:41


Emma Clack, Team Manager of Wellbeing Matters, talks to our Medical Director, Dr Edd Rendell about the BSW staff support hub offer. The BSW Wellbeing Matters team provide caring and compassionate support to health and social care staff in Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire. The team are one of 40 new services funded by NHS England and offer confidential and impartial advice and support to help staff wellbeing.  This support offer is extended to all clinical and non-clinical staff who work across BSW. To find out more about the BSW Wellbeing Matters service or to make a referral, you can call: 0800 953 9003 or email the team on: awp.bswwellbeinghub@nhs.net Check my emotional and mental wellbeing self assessment tool For support in other areas of Wessex: Dorset:  The ICS staff wellbeing service – Here For Each Other (joinourdorset.nhs.uk)  Hants & IOW: HIOW Staff Support Hub North East Hants -  Here for you Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (hereforyousurreyneh.nhs.uk)

英语每日一听 | 每天少于5分钟
第1561期:Why do we love to dance?

英语每日一听 | 每天少于5分钟

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 2:52


If you asked me to dance, I'd probably freeze on the spot. I lack rhythm and coordination and some people say I have two left feet! But with some persuasion and Dutch courage I can be tempted to take to the dance floor and shake some moves – and that, apparently, is only natural.如果你让我跳舞,我可能会当场僵住。我缺乏节奏和协调,有人说我有两只左脚!但有了一些说服力和荷兰人的勇气,我可能会想去舞池摇晃一些动作——显然,这是很自然的。Experts have found as well as being fun, dancing might have helped us to survive as a species.专家们发现,跳舞不仅有趣,还可能帮助我们作为一个物种生存下来。Evolutionary anthropologist Bronwyn Tarr from the University of Oxford has been telling the BBC World Service CrowdScience programme that when we dance with others, we are rewarded with feel-good endorphins that change how we feel about ourselves and those around us.牛津大学的进化人类学家 Bronwyn Tarr 告诉 BBC World Service CrowdScience 节目,当我们与他人共舞时,我们会获得感觉良好的内啡肽,这种内啡肽会改变我们对自己和周围人的感觉。Dancing alone is one thing but it's dancing as a group that makes our brain reward us with a cocktail of feel-good hormones and is likely to lead to profound social effects. It's being in-sync with others that makes us happy. She says that "dancing fosters social closeness between people. It helps us build social connections and communities. In our past, those social connections would have been critical for surviving."独自跳舞是一回事,但作为一个集体跳舞,它会让我们的大脑用一种感觉良好的荷尔蒙鸡尾酒来奖励我们,并且可能会产生深远的社会影响。与他人保持同步使我们感到高兴。她说,“跳舞促进了人与人之间的社会亲密关系。它帮助我们建立社会联系和社区。在我们过去,这些社会联系对于生存至关重要。”You certainly need the right kind of music to help you shimmy, boogie or even twerk, but once you get the right beat and get into the groove with others, it can be an uplifting experience. Even my cringeworthy dad dancing makes me feel good sometimes. And in Swindon in the UK, this 'style' of dancing has been taken to a new level, where babies, attached to their fathers' chests in a sling, have been dancing with the aim of increasing the bond between parent and child.你当然需要合适的音乐来帮助你摇摆、布吉甚至扭动,但是一旦你获得了正确的节拍并与其他人一起进入节奏,这可能是一种令人振奋的体验。即使是我令人畏惧的爸爸跳舞有时也让我感觉很好。在英国的斯温顿,这种“风格”的舞蹈被提升到了一个新的水平,婴儿们用吊带系在父亲的胸前,一直在跳舞,目的是增加父母和孩子之间的联系。Dance is also a good way to keep fit and improve our mental health. In Wales there have been calls for doctors to prescribe dance classes to people who are unwell. The Arts Council of Wales claims there are many health benefits. And Bronwyn Tarr says "more and more we're actually discovering that your longevity – your life expectancy – is predicted by the social connections that you have… still today it's something we should do more of."舞蹈也是保持健康和改善心理健康的好方法。在威尔士,有人呼吁医生为身体不适的人开舞蹈课。威尔士艺术委员会声称有许多健康益处。Bronwyn Tarr 说:“我们实际上越来越多地发现,你的寿命——你的预期寿命——是由你所拥有的社会关系所预测的……今天仍然是我们应该做更多的事情。”It could be part of being an uptight Englishman that makes me a reluctant dancer. Look at other nationalities such as Cubans where dancing is at the heart of their cultural identity. And in Brazil at Carnival time, people let their hair down by dancing together day and night. They seem to be having a good time – so maybe I should get on my feet and dance!这可能是作为一个紧张的英国人的一部分,这让我成为一个不情愿的舞者。看看其他民族,例如古巴人,舞蹈是他们文化认同的核心。在狂欢节期间的巴西,人们日夜一起跳舞,让头发垂下。他们似乎玩得很开心——所以也许我应该站起来跳舞!词汇表rhythm 节奏感coordination 协调性two left feet “两只左脚”,跳舞时舞步笨拙Dutch courage 借酒壮胆,酒后之勇shake some moves 扭动几下evolutionary anthropologist 人类进化学家endorphin 内啡呔hormone 荷尔蒙in-sync 与…同步的foster 培养,促进social connection 社会关系shimmy 跳希米舞(抖动肩部和臀部的舞蹈)boogie 跟着流行乐跳舞twerk 抖臀get into the groove 进入理想状态uplifting 令人精神焕发的dad dancing “爸爸式舞姿”(较笨拙、过时的舞步)bond 纽带prescribe(医生)开(药)longevity 长寿cultural identity 文化认同let one's hair down 放松,尽情享受

9yrspodcast
Episode 294: EP294: Josh Davison

9yrspodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 45:32


Erm, Josh Davison is on the show this week. The clue is in the title. Our new number nine talks about the win at Crawley, his partnership with Nathan Young-Coombes, his time at Swindon and Charlton and Forest Green, his dad's memories of John Fashanu, and the potential of renationalising the railways. Either side of that, Nick and Stu have all the usual, including a happy memory of smashing Watford. Absolutely smashing them.

The Brunton Bugle - A Carlisle United Podcast
Stevenage (A) Preview - Season 22/23, Episode 10

The Brunton Bugle - A Carlisle United Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 88:58


It's a tale of contrasting weather conditions on this week's Brunton Bugle, as Lee and Mike get together to look back on the sweltering heat of the home draw with Swindon, and the waterlogged washout of the abandonment at Grimsby in midweek.The lads review both fixtures, along with our guest "60 Second Review" panellists, as United's unbeaten start to the season continues with a solid result against the Robins.We also look ahead to this weekend's clash against fellow unbeaten side Stevenage, where we also chat to Matt from The Stevenage FC Podcast about their terrific start to the campaign.There's also a news round-up and the usual run-down on how Ex-Blues have got on recently.Your host Lee Rooney is in Liverpool and is joined via the wonders of the internet by Mike Booth in Formby.You can find us on Twitter @bruntonbugle, Facebook (search for "Brunton Bugle") and email us with any questions, suggestions and feedback to bruntonbugle@gmail.com.-------------------We're pleased to confirm that Carlisle United Supporters' Club London Branch will be sponsoring the podcast once again this season! As part of this sponsorship, they will be providing some useful info for us to share ahead of each away trip in terms of pubs, public transport changes, places to eat etc.The London Branch is open to all Carlisle United fans across the world - whether you're based in the capital, New York, Timbuktu, Berlin or even Cumbria itself! To find out more, visit their website at www.carlislelondonbranch.org Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Blue Army Podcast- A Carlisle Utd Podcast
Ep 80 Paul Huntington, News Update And Double Match Report.

The Blue Army Podcast- A Carlisle Utd Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 75:57


Plenty to discuss this week on the podcast as Wills is on holiday Skelly and Liam Denwood step up the handle the heavy news load. The signing of Paul Huntington has been meet by mixed reactions and the lads weigh in there views on Carlisle's newest and oldest recruit. As well as injury updates, other transfer news, loan watch and two match reports from the 3-2 defeat to Shrewsbury and the 1-1 draw with Swindon.    Music by Mangy Mangy Moose    Email: thebluearmypod@gmail.com 

Any Questions? and Any Answers?
AQ: Diane Abbott MP, Alistair Carmichael MP, Paul Johnson, Rachel Maclean MP

Any Questions? and Any Answers?

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 47:21 Very Popular


Luke Jones presents political debate and discussion from the Steam Museum in Swindon

Goalkeepers' Union
209: Between the Sticks #139

Goalkeepers' Union

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 39:33


It starts. Another new season. Another beginning for a bunch of Between the Sticks from now until May. All the same stuff: Premier League to League Two and anything outside of that which warrants special goalkeeper attention. And by the same stuff, we do sadly mean an immediate return for Commentary Corner. Jamie Carragher flexed his analytical inadequacies when it comes to goalkeeping in running the rule on Aaron Ramsdale, David de Gea and Robert Sanchez this weekend. In more positive news... - Illan Meslier and Edouard Mendy started their respective campaigns in solid fashion - Wes Foderingham sounded the first Goalkeeper Assist klaxon of the season - Double stops from Christian Walton and David Stockdale helped bag three points for Ipswich and Sheffield Wednesday respectively - Sol Brynn, on loan at Swindon from Middlesbrough, threw his hand in the ring for a Save of the Week contender

Loathed Strangers: Swindon Town Podcast

Episode 449: Swindon Town 0-0 Salford City - A weird one! A poor first half followed by a valiant second half showing as 10-men Swindon get their first point of the 22/23 season. Dan is on the pod to talk it out. SUH-WIN-DON!

Leicester City FC | Leicester till I Die
Brian Little | In conversation with

Leicester City FC | Leicester till I Die

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 66:48


Chris chats 121 with ex Leicester Manager Brian Little, our play off manager. We talk Swindon, The Silence of the Lambs, Joachim, Walsh, Speedy and a lot more Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pour Some More - The Journey Life stories in Beer and Wine

Tune in as we speak to Alex Arkell from Arkells brewery in Swindon. Listen to his fascinating story and that of this traditional tower brewery.

Sheer Isolation
Sheer 103 - Dave Hartland (Cotswold Sculpture Park)

Sheer Isolation

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 28:45


It's not very often you come across a chap who has built his own amphitheatre so he can showcase live music and theatrical performances in his garden. But that's exactly what Dave Hartland has done at the Cotswold Sculpture Park. He's spent nearly three decades turning a field of weeds in the surroundings of the Cotswold Water Park into a unique trail of artwork and statues, with visitors travelling far and wide to view (and sometimes buy) the pieces on display. With his DIY amphitheatre project now complete, he's opening the park's doors for evening performances with musicians, actors and storytellers. We talk to Dave about his journey, his own artwork, and what he's planning next. We play an instrumental piece from one of the performers due to play at the Park this summer - Xavier Leret. Kieran also chooses the latest release from Deux Furieuses, who are playing in Trowbridge this week. We also talk about how some venues change their usual listings to cater for a different crowd during the summer holidays, and we also mention a couple of local festivals due to take place in early August - Festival on the Farm near Swindon, and Valleyfest on the edge of the Mendips.

Seasiders Podcast
Season Preview 2022/23

Seasiders Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 69:15


In today's show, we are previewing the new season ahead as Seafarers kick off their 2022/23 campaign this Saturday against that loveable old scamp Paul Ince's Reading. We'll also give you our season predictions and catch up on all the goss since the last pod. Everton, KFC & Salford Did we glean anything out of these games? Transfers Rhys William signs on loan - The Nobber defender Do we mention text-gate?! Dominic Thompson for an undisclosed fee from Brentford on a three plus one Full-back. Played for Swindon and Ipswich on loan Theo Corbeanu from Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers. Canadian international, six caps “Can play on either side”? Branagan - is it finally on? Ponds We won't love him as much Karl Robinson Reading Kit News Talk Dobbie to me Mascot gate New away shirt Moretti lounge

View From the Ninian
It's the VFTN Season Preview - Positive Vibes only

View From the Ninian

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 60:11


The new Championship season is a week away and Cardiff City are in good shape. A 4-2 win against Swindon has Bluebirds purring at the silky football being played by Moro's blues. Cardiff City open their season against Norwich on the 30th July and we reveal our predictions for the season and hear from our listeners as well. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/view-from-the-ninian/message

Farming Today
14/07/22 - Heatwave's impact on rivers, mental health in rural areas, milk float dairy

Farming Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 13:13


Low rainfall in parts of England and Wales followed by hot weather is causing water levels in rivers to drop, endangering fish. Along the Wye and Usk rivers in mid and south Wales, hugely popular with anglers, the local rivers' trust has suspended all salmon and trout fishing, saying low river flows and high water temperatures are causing stress to the fish, and even killing them in some places. Over the past six months, Parliament's Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee has been taking evidence about the difficulties faced by people living in rural areas when it comes to accessing mental health services. This week the MPs held their final session, grilling health and environment ministers and officials. All this week we're taking a closer look at all aspects of the dairy industry. Making a small dairy herd profitable is tough, but adding value to the product can be one way of making it work. At Berkeley Farm near Swindon farmer Ed Gosling has acquired a fleet of six electric milk floats to deliver his milk to around three thousand homes nearby. Presented by Steffan Messenger and produced by Beatrice Fenton.

Hidden Wiltshire Podcast
37: Bincknoll Castle and Broad Town White Horse

Hidden Wiltshire Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 60:19


Another location recording this month where we pack up the equipment and take to the Wiltshire landscape. As with last month you'll have to listen to the podcast to find out where we were, but it wasn't Bincknoll Castle or Broad Town White Horse. As a clue – it was very windy! Before we got onto the main topic, we did our usual review of activity and news since the last podcast, which was a whole month ago. Regular contributor Elaine Perkins wrote an excellent blog for the website following her exploration of Clearbury Ring, and the villages of Odstock and Nunton. All of it new to us. Once again her photographs are superb. There is a link to her blog below. After a long break Paul and his regular walking buddy Stu completed a superb walk on the border of Dorset starting at Win Green before exploring the Iron Age hill fort at Winkelbury Hill then on through the Rushmore Estate to Tollard Royal before returning to Win Green via Guy Ritchie's Ashcombe Estate. This had the potential to be controversial due to a blocked Open Access area but had a happy ending. You'll find a link to Paul's blog below. We have also undertaken a couple of guided walks for Wiltshire Museum since the last podcast – Hippenscombe and Folly Wood, both of which we have written blogs about in the past and for which you can find links below. Unless you listen to the podcast on a Sunday morning, by the time you hear this Glyn will have led another walk based on Castle Combe. It starts at 2:00pm on Sunday 3 July. Paul will be absent from this particular walk. We then have a chat about our location for the recording before moving on to our main topic. - Bincknoll Castle and Broad Town White Horse. The strong wind at our location had the potential to disrupt our recording as Glyn wrestled with his notes to stop them blowing away. But our recording equipment seems to have done a great job of screening out the wind noise. You can follow Glyn's blog about his walk to using the link below. This was an eight mile walk that Glyn completed in March which meant it was boggy in places. The summer would be a great time to try it though. It starts and finishes at Wroughton, and being close to Swindon we couldn't resist a few jokes about the town. But we love Swindon really. Maybe. During the recording Glyn talks us through his best Tommy Cooper impression as he passes back and forth repeatedly through not one but two isolated gates that served no useful purpose other than to act as a comedic prop. We needed no further invitation as the podcast degenerated into farce. Bincknoll Castle is best viewed from the air where its location can be appreciated, and Glyn has posted some drone shots in his blog. The same can be said of Broad Town White Horse where this almost childlike depiction of a horse is hidden by long grass from ground level. Again Glyn's drone shots in the blog show it in all its simple glory. Then on to the wrap up: Steve Dixon's piece leading into our main subject today is called “From the Edge of Grey to Green”. We tend to use this piece in podcasts that feature white horses.  As ever the piece in the introduction and at the end of the podcast is entitled “The Holloway”. The great news is that, whilst Steve has provided us with a sizable library of music, he has of late become enthused and promised us some new work. Finally don't forget to check out the Hidden Wiltshire online shop on the website if you'd like to help us keep the lights on. The first Hidden Wiltshire book has now sold out but the second book is still available at a specially discounted price from the website. The book is also available at Devizes Bookshop, Wiltshire Museum in Devizes and now Wiltshire's libraries. And don't forget to subscribe to the Hidden Wiltshire Newsletter from the website. You can also subscribe to alerts about new Blogs. Links: Elaine Perkin's blog about Clearbury Ring can be found here Clearbury Ring, Odstock and Nunton Paul's blog about this walk from Win Green can be found here Win Green, Winkelbury Hill and the Rushmore Estate The blog about the Hippenscombe walk can be found here Tidcombe, Hippenscombe and the Devil's Waistcoat The blog about Folly Wood can be found here Folly Wood and the Tale of the Headless Horseman And Glyn's blog which is the main topic of today's podcast can be found here Bincknoll Castle and Broad Town White Horse Glyn's photographs can be seen on his Instagram feed @coy_cloud. He is also very active on Twitter where his username is @Glyndle Paul's photography can be found on his website at Paul Timlett Photography and on Instagram at @tragicyclist Steve Dixon's sound art can be found on Soundcloud where his username is River and Rail Steve Dixon River and Rail. His photographs can be found on Instagram at @stevedixon_creative and his graphic design business website is at Steve Dixon Creative And finally you'll find the Hidden Wiltshire online shop here Hidden Wiltshire Shop  and a link to Glyn's blog about the latest book and how to purchase a copy here Hidden Wiltshire from near and far

The Grid Talk RC Podcast
GTRC - MATT BENFIELD - RACER MAGAZINE

The Grid Talk RC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 83:39


Welcome to Grid Talk, this week its a quick 10 minutes with Chris, live from the 10th Euros at Robin Hood, then onto the main guest Matt Benfield editor of racer magazine, we talk about his history in the sport and what it took to keep the magazine going for 25 years, from the pre email days, right up to now, we also talk about his racing while running Losi. This is a real light hearted history lesson. Also, we have added Keith Robertson as stand in host , so we talk a little about the new evolution of the Swindon 10tth off road track,based at a new venue, venue with brand new AstroTurf. All that and more on this weeks show! #CMLdistribution #SchumacherRacing #Willspeed #GTRC

Clinton Baptiste’s Paranormal Podcast

Episode 18: Aliens have needs tooShami Chakrabarti to each one of you on this special day - yes, we're back with another episode of my all-new Clinton Paranormal Podcast – and what a show do we have for you….Linda ‘Big up yourself' Pollack is here to update us on her pipework and a scary photo booth experience.I played at a celebrity Charity football match in Swindon with the #thiscountry crew – and I literally had a ball!I get Alan on Zoom and although he's juggling, he also keeps dropping his balls and well - by the end of the call he's spurting on the camera – but not how you think - best of luck with your recovery Alan!I take a trip to Stratford with Brandon O'Hae and Ramone for a costume fitting – and lets face it – it was a bit of a tight squeeze.And back by popular demand – I end with another Jane MacDonald style song – get those tissues handy as its kind of emotional.Once again Jane - if you're reading this – please do listen to my silky tones as I sing out the show this week – as I would LOVE to do a duet with you….By signing up to https://www.patreon.com/clintonbaptiste you hear this podcast ad-free each week, that's ONE WHOLE WEEK before anyone else - and a whole lot MORE including access to my CLINTON BAPTISTE TV™ SHOW every single month!Thanks to Big thanks to Katherine Boyle, Lewis Mcleod, Brendan O'Hae and Alan Sonar.Produced by Laurie Peters at Peters-FoxClinton Baptiste appears courtesy of Goodnight Vienna Productions. Remember to send in your own DECENT spooky story by calling my spooky story hotline on 01892 711198 and leave a message or email me clinton@clintonbaptiste.comTO SEE CLINTON AND RAMONE LIVE ON TOUR ALL OVER THE UK FROM SEPT- DEC 2022 go to https://www.clintonbaptiste.com/live See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Working It
Why do so many working-class people feel alienated at work?

Working It

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 19:32 Very Popular


Most of us cannot move for diversity, equity and inclusion strategies in our workplaces, but one thing is often missing: class. When you come from an economically disadvantaged background colleagues often can't tell, yet the workplace can feel like a hostile environment. How can managers and companies help their colleagues and employees to thrive and advance, especially when many people may not want to be open about their backgrounds at work?This episode of Working It starts with Sophie, a young entrant to the TV industry, a sector once rife with nepotism and unpaid internships. She got her break via Creative Access, a UK non-profit that supports young people into internships and jobs in the creative industries. Host Isabel Berwick also hears from Annette King, who started out as a "working-class girl from Swindon" and is now UK chief executive of advertising group Publicis. What does her experience tell us?Finally, Isabel talks to Naomi Rovnick, FT markets reporter, about her route into journalism from a non-traditional background, why "masking" socio-economic background is so common as a way to fit in with what Naomi calls "skiing and wine" chat, and why collecting better data will help us break the class ceiling. Want more? Lex assesses class diversity among UK professions, including efforts by the BBC to change thingshttps://www.ft.com/content/8ceff340-f679-49e4-a781-d7a1e4357aea The FT's Emma Jacobs explores efforts to boost class diversity in acting https://www.ft.com/content/bd4736aa-6d6d-11e8-852d-d8b934ff5ffaFT columnist Simon Kuper on how Oxford university shaped the UK's ruling elite https://www.ft.com/content/2fa1e436-a5c7-43b1-9e5a-b1e1b43b8c3aUseful employer toolkit on socio-economic diversity and inclusion, from the UK Social Mobility Commission https://socialmobilityworks.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/SMC-Employers-Toolkit_WEB_updated_July2021.pdfAdvisory firm KPMG is publishing socio-economic pay gap data for its staff, based on parental occupation https://home.kpmg/uk/en/home/media/press-releases/2021/09/kpmg-publishes-firmwide-socio-economic-background-pay-gaps.htmlFT subscriber? Sign up for the weekly Working It newsletter. We cover all things workplace and management — plus exclusive reporting on trends, tips and what's coming next. One-click sign-up at www.ft.com/newslettersWe love to hear from you. What do you like (or not)? What topics should we tackle? Email the team at workingit@ft.com or Isabel directly at isabel.berwick@ft.com. Follow @isabelberwick on Twitter Subscribe to Working It wherever you get your podcasts — please listen, rate and subscribe!Read a transcript of this episode on FT.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Daily Joke
Mrs Swindon Sable Coat

Daily Joke

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 0:37


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The Totally Football League Show

Join Matt Davies Adams, Adrian Clarke, and Sam Parkin for a big play off chat. This week: why Sunderland were well deserving of their win at the weekend, why no one can call Forest v Huddersfield, and the ugly scenes after Port Vale beat Swindon. Plus David Preece joins once more to reflect on the greatest day of his footballing career. RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - Sunderland 2-0 Wycombe (01.00) PART 1b - David Preece interview (09.00) PART 2a - Huddersfield v Forest preview (20.00) PART 2b - Port Vale v Mansfield preview (30.00) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Football Daily
72+: The top fight for the top flight

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 46:03


Aaron Paul is joined by Luton striker Cameron Jerome and West Brom assistant coach Alex Bruce to look ahead to the Championship play-off final. Ex-Huddersfield defender Tommy Smith has his say as his old club faces Nottingham Forest at Wembley. The panel also react to Sunderland's success in the League One play-off final – can Alex Neil take them to the Premier League and what's next for Wycombe and Gareth Ainsworth? Port Vale defender Mal Benning joins the pod ahead of their League Two play-off final against his former team Mansfield, and he weighs in on the debate around pitch invasions following the semi-final scenes against Swindon. TOPICS: 3:55 – Teenage sensations, 8:42 – Championship play-off final preview, 22:49 – League One play-off final reaction, 32:00 – League Two play-off final preview, 37:00 – Pitch invasions.

These Football Times
The Mount Rushmore Selection: Swindon Town

These Football Times

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 60:38


In this episode, the podcast team are joined by long-time Swindon Town fan Victor Morgan. After supporting the club for more than 50 years, he has plenty of scope when selecting the four players most deserving immortality on Swindon's own Mount Rushmore.

Ale and the Vale - A Port Vale Podcast!
QUE SERA SERA! WHATEVER WILL BE WILL BE! PORT VALE ARE GOING TO WEMBELY

Ale and the Vale - A Port Vale Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 96:19


Bez, “big Phil” and Jonny review the Swindon game.   Sponsored by   Johny's Micro Pub. Enjoy a socially distanced pint on St John's Square in Burslem!   Inplayman (https://www.inplayman.com/) - Daily Football Betting Tips & Stats   Home Choose Carpets (https://www.homechoose-carpets.com/) 30 year family business of Vale fans providing great quality and great service!   AV Timings    

Loathed Strangers: Swindon Town Podcast

Ep.425 - Port Vale 1-0 Swindon Town (2-2 on agg) - Swindon fall at the penultimate hurdle after penalty shoot-out heartbreak at Vale Park. Joe is on the pod to talk it out.

Ale and the Vale - A Port Vale Podcast!
Play off 2nd leg Swindon Home preview

Ale and the Vale - A Port Vale Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 67:13


Bez, “big Phil” and Jonny preview the Swindon game.   Sponsored by   Johny's Micro Pub. Enjoy a socially distanced pint on St John's Square in Burslem!   Inplayman (https://www.inplayman.com/) - Daily Football Betting Tips & Stats   Home Choose Carpets (https://www.homechoose-carpets.com/) 30 year family business of Vale fans providing great quality and great service!   AV Timings    

Not The Top 20 Podcast
Perfect Play-Off 1st Legs, Sunderland vs Wycombe, Rob Edwards to Watford

Not The Top 20 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 79:53


Buy tickets for Not The Top 20 Live at Leicester Square Theatre - May 19th 2022! https://www.leicestersquaretheatre.com/not-the-top-20-live/ 00:00 - 07:00 - NTT20 Live Show preview, David Prutton announced! 07:00 - 17:00 - Sheff Utd 1-2 Nottingham Forest 17:00 - 29:00 - Luton 1-1 Huddersfield 29:00 - 37:30 - Sunderland vs Wycombe L1 Final preview 37:30 - 44:30 - Mansfield 2-1 Northampton 44:30 - 55:00 - Swindon 2-1 Port Vale 55:00 - 1:03:30 - Rob Edwards appointed by Watford 1:03:30 - end - Scott Brown to Fleetwood, Mark Kennedy to Lincoln, Mark Sykes to Bristol City, Ebou Adams to Cardiff This podcast is sponsored by Betfair. Join the NTT20 Squad on Levellr! An EFL Community on Telegram with non-stop EFL chat and bonus video & audio content from George & Ali. Join with a 2-week free trial & then £4.99 per month: bit.ly/3hBgv4L

Ale and the Vale - A Port Vale Podcast!
Swindon Review 1st Leg

Ale and the Vale - A Port Vale Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 60:38


Bez, Andy and Jonny review the Swindon game.   Sponsored by   Johny's Micro Pub. Enjoy a socially distanced pint on St John's Square in Burslem!   Inplayman (https://www.inplayman.com/) - Daily Football Betting Tips & Stats   Home Choose Carpets (https://www.homechoose-carpets.com/) 30 year family business of Vale fans providing great quality and great service!   AV Timings    

The Totally Football League Show
Season defining moments

The Totally Football League Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 43:11


Join Matt Davies Adams, Michelle Owen, and Adrian Clarke for a look back on the first legs of the Championship and League Two play offs. This week: with 2-1s (almost) across the board there's everything to play off. Who will be left to rue the chances they missed in the first legs? All that plus a word on Stockport who return to the EFL and a discussion about football versus weddings RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - Sheff Utd 1-2 Forest (01.00) PART 1b - Luton 1-1 Huddersfield (10.00) PART 2a - Mansfield 2-1 Northampton (19.00) PART 2b - Swindon 2-1 Port Vale (24.00) PART 3a - Welcome Stockport (32.00) PART 3b - Football and weddings (35.00) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ale and the Vale - A Port Vale Podcast!
Play Off 1st Leg Preview Swindon A

Ale and the Vale - A Port Vale Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 117:08


Bez, Andy and Jonny preview the Swindon game.   Sponsored by   Johny's Micro Pub. Enjoy a socially distanced pint on St John's Square in Burslem!   Inplayman (https://www.inplayman.com/) - Daily Football Betting Tips & Stats   Home Choose Carpets (https://www.homechoose-carpets.com/) 30 year family business of Vale fans providing great quality and great service!   AV Timings    

The Coaching Family Soccer Coaching Podcast
Defending with Ross Embleton

The Coaching Family Soccer Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 23:36


Ross Embleton joins the boys to talk about defending. Ross has had an incredible career in the game coaching at the Academies of Norwich and Spurs and working at first team level as first assitant coach at Swindon and Leyton Orient and then Head Coach at Leyton Orient. The guys discuss coaching defending. How do we do it? How do we guarantee fun and exciting sessions at all age groups and levels? Also, importantly, how do we guarantee good quality outcomes that will make our players better defenders individually and as a team?

The Totally Football League Show
League One finale, titanic Tuesday, and Prince Charming vibes

The Totally Football League Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 60:47


Join Matt Davies Adams, Flo Lloyd Hughes, Adrian Clarke, and Sam Parkin for a look back on a big weekend in the EFL. This week: can Forest pip Bournemouth to the automatic slot? What went wrong with QPR and Mark Warburton? And who is the Prince Charming of League Two? With League One done and dusted for another season we look back on fitting finale that crowned Wigan as Champions and saw Rotherham join them in the Championship next season. And it means we have some tasty tussles in the play offs too - despite four goals from Scott Twine, those weren't enough to secure MK Dons a play off berth. We say goodbye to Wimbledon and Doncaster and Gillingham - including some feisty words from Neil Harris. Plus we look at to League Two where there's still so much to be decided. RUNNING ORDER PART 1a - Blackburn 0-3 Bournemouth (01.00) PART 1b - Forest 5-1 Swansea (06.00) PART 1c - Coventry 1-2 Huddersfield (12.00) PART 1d - QPR 1-3 Sheff Utd (17.00) PART 2a - Wigan are Champions! (25.00) PART 2b - Gillingham 0-2 Rotherham (28.00) PART 2c - Play off predictions (32.00) PART 2d - Dons and Doncaster relegated (37.00) PART 2e - Appleton leaves Lincoln (39.00) PART 3a - Northampton 1-1 Exeter (43.00) PART 3b - Rochdale 3-4 Bristol Rovers (45.00) PART 3c - Swindon 2-1 Barrow (48.00) PART 4 - Managers and celebrations (52.00) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Loathed Strangers: Swindon Town Podcast

Episode 415, and Conor is joined by Tyler and Terry to chew the fat over Swindon's part stylish, part heroic battle of a three pointer over Forest Green Rovers. COYR

Loathed Strangers: Swindon Town Podcast
The Presser: Forest Green Rovers (H)

Loathed Strangers: Swindon Town Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 34:55


Ep.414 - The Presser XLIII: Swindon sit just outside of the playoffs Ryan Walker of Total Sport Swindon returns to talk about Ben Garner's press conference ahead of Swindon's rearranged visit from Gloucestershire neighbours Forest Green Rovers

Pub Quiz
What does GPS stand for?

Pub Quiz

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 6:32


Quiz #111 - We have 10 new questions for you this week including "Which word comes after Swindon, Ipswich and Huddersfield in the names of three English football clubs?" and "When was the first modern chocolate bar invented?" It's going to be a great one. Send me a message on Twitter if you want a shout out or you have a question you think I should ask. Cheers! Pete

Scummy Mummies - Podcast
227: From Grief to Greggs with George Egg

Scummy Mummies - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 60:05


Our guest for this episode is the hilarious comedian and cook George Egg, aka the Snack Hacker! What this man has to say about pimping Pot Noodles, Greggs pasties and Fray Bentos pies will blow your mind. We hear about how he got started in performing, and ended up making scrambled eggs in a cement mixer. George shares his most popular Snack Hacker recipe - you'll never look at a naan bread in the same way.Then it's time for some serious chat, as George talks about losing his parents very close to each other. He tells us what he wishes he'd done differently before they died, and what has helped him to deal with the grief. It's funnier than it sounds. And of course, we end with some hilarious Scummy Mummies Confessions, involving baby excrement, STI tests, and pass the parcel. For more from George, go to georgeegg.com, and follow him on Instagram @georgeegg.**WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY!Tickets for our 2022 shows are now on sale - we are coming to Swindon, Newbury, Horsham, Henley, Wellingborough, Portsmouth, Cambridge, Devizes, Southampton, Leamington Spa, Trowbridge, Nottingham - and new dates are being added all the time! Keep an eye on scummymummies.com for announcements and tickets. We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Caropop
Terry Chambers

Caropop

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 55:03


Drummer Terry Chambers was the motor that powered XTC through its first five albums before frontman Andy Partridge broke down and abruptly ended the band's touring days. Chambers left soon afterward, moved to Australia and was away from music for three decades—in part trying to pay off the massive debt from that cancelled tour. Yet recently he moved back to Swindon, England, and teamed with XTC songwriter/bassist Colin Moulding on a new band, TC&I. When Moulding pulled the plug on that project, Chambers decided to tour XTC songs anyway—in EXTC. With candor and good humor, he discusses his playing and reveals what it was like to be in and then out of XTC—and who's the biggest obstacle to a possible reunion.

Scummy Mummies - Podcast
226: Kate Lawler on motherhood, mental health and fake tan failures

Scummy Mummies - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 49:47


Our guest for this episode is the fabulous Kate Lawler! She tells us all about her experience of becoming a mum, and how it's our fault she got pregnant in the first place. We discuss the biggest challenges Kate faced after Noa was born, including coping with post-natal depression. She reveals the things she wishes someone had told her before the birth, and how she's dealt with the pressures parenthood has put on her relationship. As is the custom when new mums meet old hands, we give Kate some unsolicited advice, and we finish off with some tip top Scummy Mummy Confessions. Kate's brilliant book, Maybe Baby, is out now. Follow her on Instagram @thekatelawler. **WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY!Tickets for our 2022 shows are now on sale - we are coming to Swindon, Newbury, Horsham, Henley, Wellingborough, Portsmouth, Cambridge, Devizes, Southampton, Leamington Spa, Trowbridge, Nottingham - and new dates are being added all the time! Keep an eye on scummymummies.com for announcements and tickets.This episode is sponsored by Whirli, the UK's toy swap service. Whirli's library gives you access to over 1000 of the latest high street andwooden toys. Once they're no longer wanted, you can swap them for something else. It's agreat way to save money, and a much more sustainable way to get new toys for your kids -Whirli estimate they have prevented 390,000 new toys being made, saving 120 tonnes ofpackaging. You can save 30 per cent and get a six month subscription for £38 if you go towhirli.com/scummymummies. AND we have two subscriptions to give away for free! Check out our main feed for details! We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Word In Your Ear
How did ‘New Boots And Panties!!' get released without a parental advisory sticker?

Word In Your Ear

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 41:08


Entertaining things subjected to wry and rigorous scrutiny this week include:- * The most bizarre and tenuous rock autobiographies – eg the tell-all revelations of Elvis Presley's nurse, Primal Scream's tambourine player, Sinatra's valet and the girl who made John Lennon a cheese sandwich.* How Roger Daltrey wound up living in a van.* Aimee Mann v Steely Dan and the curious world of support acts.* Would you rather see a “legend” or the next big thing? * The noble tradition of song stealing in reggae. * “Your bus leaves in ten minutes, be under it!” and other inspired ways of dealing with hecklers.  * If you mailed a letter to 'Andy Partridge, Swindon' or 'Rod Stewart, Essex', would they get it?   * And Dolly Parton's dignified escape from the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. Plus there's a ceremonial reading of Bono's piss-poor poem about Ukraine.  Subscribe to Word In Your Ear on Patreon and receive every future Word Podcast before the rest of the world - and with full visuals!: https://www.patreon.com/wordinyourear Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Word Podcast
How did ‘New Boots And Panties!!' get released without a parental advisory sticker?

Word Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 41:08


Entertaining things subjected to wry and rigorous scrutiny this week include:- * The most bizarre and tenuous rock autobiographies – eg the tell-all revelations of Elvis Presley's nurse, Primal Scream's tambourine player, Sinatra's valet and the girl who made John Lennon a cheese sandwich.* How Roger Daltrey wound up living in a van.* Aimee Mann v Steely Dan and the curious world of support acts.* Would you rather see a “legend” or the next big thing? * The noble tradition of song stealing in reggae. * “Your bus leaves in ten minutes, be under it!” and other inspired ways of dealing with hecklers.  * If you mailed a letter to 'Andy Partridge, Swindon' or 'Rod Stewart, Essex', would they get it?   * And Dolly Parton's dignified escape from the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. Plus there's a ceremonial reading of Bono's piss-poor poem about Ukraine.  Subscribe to Word In Your Ear on Patreon and receive every future Word Podcast before the rest of the world - and with full visuals!: https://www.patreon.com/wordinyourear Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Goalkeepers' Union
199: Between the Sticks #131

Goalkeepers' Union

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 44:49


After QPR's David Marshall suffered an injury in the midweek defeat to Nottingham Forest, the club found themselves in the unenviable position of having four first-team goalkeepers out of action. With Dillon Barnes (essentially a No6) recalled from a loan spell and waiting in the wings, Mark Warburton wasn't able to dip into the emergency loan market and instead plumped for Keiren Westwood – one of very few out of contract goalkeepers available on a short-term deal. We kick things off with how that move panned out for the ex-Coventry and Sheffield Wednesday stopper, before diving into all the key action from the Premier League and FA Cup Quarter Finals - including a long-awaited return to action (and subsequent clean sheet) for Arsenal's Bernd Leno. In the EFL, Jamie Cumming, Anthony Patterson and Jordan Wright all made claims for Save of the Weekend contenders, while another two klaxons were sounded due to assists from Craig MacGillivray and Jojo Wollacott of Charlton and Swindon respectively.

Scummy Mummies - Podcast
225: Family Therapy Special with Julia Samuel

Scummy Mummies - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 59:50


What can we do to prepare ourselves for grief? Is there a right and wrong way to fight? And should we force our children to say sorry? Answering all these questions and many more is the brilliant psychotherapist, Julia Samuel. She tells us about her experience of helping people through child bereavement, and we discuss the conversations we need to have with our own parents before it's too late. We talk about sharing the mental load, and living losses, including the ones we're dealing with right now. So there's some deep stuff in here - but as always, we manage to have some laughs along the way. Julia's excellent book, Every Family Has a Story, is out on 17 March. Visit juliasamuel.co.uk for more info, and follow her on Instagram @juliasamuelmbe.**WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY!Tickets for our 2022 shows are now on sale - we are coming to Leeds, Chesterfield, Taunton, Swindon, Newbury, Horsham, Wellingborough, Portsmouth, Cambridge, Devizes, Southampton, Leamington Spa, Trowbridge, Nottingham - and new dates are being added all the time! Keep an eye on scummymummies.com for announcements and tickets. We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Doomsday Watch with Arthur Snell

Is Russia's fiasco in Ukraine just Putin's monstrous folly? Or does the Russian military have even bigger problems? Arthur Snell hears from KCL Lecturer for German and European Studies Alexander Clarkson about how a flawed image of Ukraine as a failed state sowed the seeds of Russia's embarrassment. And how, when Putin invaded Crimea in 2014, he inadvertently began training a generation of fighters who do not know how to give up. Sound quality warning! This time Arthur records from a car park in Swindon. Never let it be said that we don't go the extra mile for the Doomsday Watch faithful. We're putting out irregular Ukraine War Bulletins on different facets of this massive conflict. Help our work, and shape the next full series of Doomsday Watch, by supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/doomsdaywatch Resources to help the Ukrainian people can be found here: https://ukrainewar.carrd.co/ “How are you going to occupy a country of 21m people with a force of 150,000 troops? It's La La Land.” “The Russians talked themselves into a position where they had to attack something.” “What really matters is, when everything goes to hell around you, can you stay calm? Some 400,000 Ukrainians have crossed that psychological threshold. Whatever hits them, they can do what has to be done." “Everything the Russians have done is just very… weird. Everything they do triggers what they're trying to prevent.” “If Ukraine survives, very mid-sized states will conclude that, you know what? We can fuck the Americans or the Chinese.” DOOMSDAY WATCH was written and presented by Arthur Snell, and produced by Robin Leeburn with Jacob Archbold. Theme tune and original music by Paul Hartnoll. Group Editor: Andrew Harrison. DOOMSDAY WATCH is a Podmasters production. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Kings of Anglia - Ipswich Town podcast from the EADT and Ipswich Star

Join Mike Bacon as he chats to former Ipswich Town star, Kevin Horlock, in this special Kings of Anglia podcast. Kevin looks back at his career at Town when he almost helped the Blues back into the Premiership. He remembers his Swindon, Manchester City and West Ham days, as well as life as an international player. And his new role as a non-league manager at local team Needham Market. He also reveals some dark moments. How a freak injury while copying a fellow Ipswich team-mate's audacious celebration aided his retirement from the pro game, and how a Horlock 'strop' at Carrow Road ended in a £300 taxi bill home. From stories and thoughts on Joe Royle to Kieran McKenna, Jim Magilton to Darren Currie.... Kuqi, Bent, Tommy Miller et al, this is the story of a professional footballer's love of the game, throughout his many highs and just as tough lows. Kings of Anglia is sponsored by Manscaped. Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code KOA at MANSCAPED.com