With the season all but gone this quickly in the year, it's time to perform an autopsy. Today, we're going to become coroners as we examine the death of the Miami Dolphins 2021 season, what went wrong? Who's to blame? We take a look at the offensive and defensive regression, looking specifically at last season to this season, the changes, and ultimately the culprit. It's a whodunnit like you've never seen before, and unlike most of them, this one is not fun. Join us, and let's dive in!Sponsor: CBDX.com (PROMO CODE: "PHINS" for 20% OFF + FREE GIFT)- Great Delta 8 THC Products- Federally legal and legal in most all States- Shipped RIGHT TO YOUR DOOR!+ FREE Extra Gift from CBDX
On Episode 351 of Spittin' Chiclets, the guys are joined by AJ Galante and Brad Wingfield from Netflix's 'Untold: Crime and Penalties' Documentary. AJ joined (04:16) to discuss being President of a Pro Hockey Team at 17-years-old, building the Danbury Trashers and what he is up to now. Winger then joined (01:15:19) to discuss his playing career, his infamous leg injury, and what life has been like since the documentary was released.
Russillo brings back the QB Stock Game, in which he assigns share values to NFL starting QBs before Ceruti, Kyle, and Ryen create their portfolios for the season (0:36). Then Ryen talks with former pro hockey player Brad Wingfield about his time playing for the Danbury Trashers, a UHL hockey team owned by Jimmy Galante, an associate of the Genovese crime family; you can learn more by watching the Netflix documentary ‘Untold: Crime and Penalties' (19:36). Finally, Ryen answers some listener-submitted Life Advice questions (45:35). Host: Ryen Russillo Guest: Brad Wingfield Producer: Kyle Crichton and Steve Ceruti Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome to the 4th Line Voice #EnforcerBasedPodcasting presented by The Hockey Podcast Network. Join Darren, a lifelong hockey fan who dives deep into the often misunderstood role of the hockey enforcer. Guests include fellow fight fans and former players who share their unique stories and perspective on the highs and lows of playing and performing the tough-guy role. Episode 139 Follow us on Twitter @4thlinevoice @hockeypodnet thehockeypodcastnetwork.com Rate & Review on Itunes & Apple Podcast Presented by Draftkings.com use promo code THPN for signup Bonus & Weekly Deals Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, we're chatting with former driver and now owner of Innovative Logistics Group Adam Wingfield on the challenges of the perceived “driver shortage”. Adam breaks down how trucking has an image problem and the coolest aspects of the job aren't being talked about enough. He drops a lot of gems in this convo so I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did. Follow Adam Wingfield on Instagram and LinkedinCheck out Innovative Logistics Group website~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Where to Find Digital Dispatch & Blythe: Blythe's LinkedinYouTubeInstagramTikTokDigital Dispatch websiteGot something to say?Have a topic you'd like to see covered? Or a guest you want to hear on the show? Fill out the tip submission form on the Digital Dispatch website.
In this Q&A edition of the show, Moose answers submissions from the PhinsPod Instagram account. From the state of the offensive line, Tua stat predictions, favorite players, and more, be sure to join us as this episode covers a range of topics. From recent news to more general questions about the direction of this franchise, be sure to listen to the latest episode of the show, and please leave a rating or subscribe if you're watching on YouTube. Without further ado, let's dive in!
As we get closer and closer to our Week One matchup against the division rival New England Patriots, we take a closer look at how the Dolphins are built. In this episode, we cover the latest news surrounding the team including the signing of CB Elijah Campbell formerly of the Jets, as well as go over the filling of the practice squad. Who made the squad and who is still looking for NFL work? We also delve in to the Patriots poaching of WR Malcolm Perry, we take a close look at what the waiver claim could mean on a deeper level, and what it says about the states of these two franchises. Buckle up, join us, and let's dive in!
Today's Talking Transformation Podcast tackles the issue of state-owned land and its importance in supporting spatial transformation and city-building, in particular, for affordablehousing programmes. It comes at a time when Illegal land occupations and the quantum of informal settlements in many of the towns and cities continues to increase as tangible indicators of urbanisation. Legislative reforms considering land expropriation without compensation are unfolding at the same time when the state is accused of paralysis and inertia in releasing well-located land it owns for the purposes of affordable housing and social amenities. Many advocacy groups are critical in their assessment that spheres of government are unable to release state land for public benefit and much-needed housing programmes to address urbanisation and substantial housing backlogs. In June this year the Development Action Group (DAG), along with Ndifuna Ukwazi (NU), SASDI alliance, the Legal Resources Centre, the Community Organisation Resource Centre (CORC) and UCT's Professor Vanessa Watson held a virtual public meeting to discuss the merits of releasing three state-owned land parcels in Cape Town, namely: Wingfield, Ysterplaat and Youngsfield. These advocacy groups suggest these well-located land parcels could house in excess of 120,000 Capetonians and 40,000 homes. This episode revisits the propositions made at that meeting and we hear from three of the participants: Adi Kumar from (DAG), Chadernnay Glenn (CORC) and Michael Clark (NU). The public sectors voice is missing from this episode and, as you'll hear, it's something we aim to address in the coming weeks and months. In the meantime, enjoy the episode and thoughts from passionate representations from the NGO sector. Recorded Tuesday 17th August 2021. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/talking-transformation-po/message
The Miami Dolphins look to build off the good seen in Chicago, while also picking up their areas of need. In this episode, we look at the good and bad things that were showcased, and what the team must do to address these issues. Specifically, we talk about the offensive line and their ability to run the ball, as well as Miami's run defense. Who needs to step up and who is in danger of being cut? Join us as we talk more Dolphins, and let's dive in!Be sure to follow the show wherever you are listening, or, watch us on YouTube and subscribe there as well!
Maik Burlage is a former professional tennis player, and now the founder and CEO of Wingfield. The 30-year-old German played professionally for nearly 3 years, before moving into Coaching and then tech innovation. He set up Wingfield with the aim to bring affordable smart match and performance analysis to the wider tennis community. Wingfield´s technology gives players the opportunity to receive instant video and data from their practise session or match at their local club. The data, like your first serve percentage, is delivered on the court or through a smart phone app. Listen to Maik talk to CTC Host Dan Kiernan about:- His tennis career How he moved from player to coach to entrepreneur. Where his love of data came from. How he used the skills he acquired as a tennis player to set up his own company. How he would use data analysis as a coach. The future of data in the sport of tennis. Links Mentioned in this Episode:- Find out more about Wingfield Episode 123: Luke Jensen - Choose Confidence A fan of Data Analysis? You might also like these episodes:- Episode 116: Mike James - A Numbers Game Episode 23: Craig O'Shannessy - Money ball of tennis! Don´t miss an episode! Hit Subscribe on Apple Podcasts. You can also Rate and Review the podcast and let us know what you think. Or head over to @ctc.podcast on Instagram and hit follow. We´d love to hear from you!
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Hallo! Seid ihr noch da? Wir sind es, Zafer und Rene und wir waren mal euer Lieblingspodcast, wollen wir auch wieder werden und deshalb gibt es heute die Folge 20. Es haben sich so viele Themen angestaut, 3. Herren 30 Saisonrückblick, Road to Landesliga, Pokal, Breitensport, Whingfield und und und! Vermutlich haben wir eine Menge vergessen, aber in gut 60 Minuten nehmen wir euch mal wieder mit auf die Reise, zu kuriosen Musikstücken, Amateur Tennis und eine Prise Erotik. Ist das was? #schwanaufderbrust
On today's podcast, we caught up with Alix Burton of Good Energy Worldwide & Innovative Logistics Groups, Adam Wingfield. The tandem, have been changing lives over the past year since their merger turning the pandemic into a plandemic. Prior to this collaboration Each of the two were making a splash in the trucking and logistics industry with their own respective business endeavors. Now, Together they are responsible for training a staggering 16,000 thousand students helping them pursue and realize their trucking business dreams. What makes this partnership great is their ability to compliment each other. Not only do they lay out the blue print for trucking success, but they prepare you to have the proper mindset as you tred through the industries sometimes murky water. There mission is to get you in business and keep you in business with proven strategies from their own success and lessons form their individual failures. This podcast will reset your thinking and give you the motivation to embark on this entrepreneurial Trucking journey. They also give some insights on what's next as they continue to raise the bar in trucking and logistics education. Make sure you check out our guests online at Adam Wingfield Www.innovativelogisticsgroup.com Alix Burton & Adam Wingfield Www.goodenergyworldwide.com And check out The All In One Trucking Portal It's Bigger than trucking, Get ready for a whole lot of Innovative - Good Energy! Also, Make sure you join us Tuesday night 8:00 pm after the podcast for a Free live webinar. https://event.webinarjam.com/register/56/49mrgtg3?fbclid=IwAR2oeq51odns68ZKHTgfbCy4KQJjreshuRI_XrfjpiSzu48YMG8iyaJNSvA our webinars will be exclusively for our Patreon members moving forward, So make sure you tap in with us and join our growing community WWW.PATREON.COM/TRUCKNHUSTLE You Never know what might happen when these guys enter the room. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trucknhustle/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trucknhustle/support
Maik Burlage ist im Tennis zu Hause, sei es mit seinem Unternehmen Wingfield oder zuvor als angehender Profiathlet. In den Best-of-Seven spricht er über die vielen Parallelen zwischen seiner Tennis-Karriere und seiner heutigen Position als Startup-Gründer und verrät, welche Ratschläge in sowohl beruflich als auch sportlich langfristig weitergebracht haben. In der schnellen Fragerunde erfährst du, warum Maik jetzt dennoch seinen Horizont auf weitere Sportarten außerhalb des Tennis erweitert, was er dort gerade lernt und auf welche internationalen und nationalen Newsquellen er regelmäßig zurückgreift. Nachdem er erzählt, welche Eigenschaften ihn dorthin gebracht haben, wo er heute steht, zeigt sich, dass er im Business genau davon profitiert und unter anderem eine Partnerschaft mit dem Deutschen Tennis Bund (DTB) ermöglicht hat. Zudem erklärt Maik, warum es nie zu spät für eine Veränderung ist, aber warum er gleichzeitig rät, nicht zu schnell zu viel zu wollen. Technologie als universeller Game Changer? Warum das Sportbusiness für Maik noch ganz am Anfang steht und warum besonders kleine Sportarten Innovationen erfahren werden, hörst du in den Best-of-Seven. Shownotes: Shownotes unter: https://sportsmaniac.de/episode279 Hier geht's zum Interview mit Maik: https://sportsmaniac.de/episode278 Vernetze dich mit Maik Burlage auf LinkedIn Mehr zu Wingfield gibt es auf der Website, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram und Facebook News zur Kooperation von Wingfield mit dem DTB gibt es hier Meine Buchempfehlungen: https://sportsmaniac.de/books Mehr zu unserer Podcast-Agentur Maniac Studios: https://maniacstudios.com Du willst einen Podcast starten oder als Partner im Sports Maniac Podcast werben? Hier anfragen: https://danielspruegel.com Abonniere den Sports Maniac Podcast auf Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Deezer, Soundcloud oder TuneIn Abonniere das Weekly Update: https://sportsmaniac.de/weekly-update Bewerte den Sports Maniac Podcast: https://sportsmaniac.de/bewertung Kostenfreie Facebook-Gruppe: https://sportsmaniac.de/community FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/sportsmaniacDE INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/danielspruegel TWITTER: https://twitter.com/DanielSpruegel LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sports-maniac Mein Podcast-Equipment: https://sportsmaniac.de/meinsetup
„Making Tennis Smart“ – eine klare Vision, anhand derer der gesamte Tennissport revolutioniert werden soll. Gehören datenbasierte Spielanalysen für Profiathleten wie Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Naomi Osaka oder Serena Williams schon längst zum Alltag, sollen nun auch alle Amateurspieler*innen der Welt von dieser Technologie profitieren – möglich macht es das deutsche Startup Wingfield. Im Sports Maniac Podcast sprechen wir mit Maik Burlage, Gründer und Geschäftsführer von Wingfield, über die Technologie hinter dem Smart Court, das digitale Geschäftsmodell dank KI und Big Data, die kürzlich geschlossene Kooperation mit dem Deutschen Tennis Bund (DTB) und Millioneninvestments in der SportsTech Branche. Das sind die Themen des Podcasts Digitalisierung des Tennissports durch KI und Big Data Geschäftsmodell von Wingfield (Hardware + Software) Funktionsweise des Smart Courts (monetäre) Mehrwerte im Scouting Kooperation mit dem Deutschen Tennis Bund Vorteile: Verband trifft Startup Millioneninvestments im SportsTech Bereich AR Ready ist die neue Plattform für innovative, skalierbare und engaging Augmented Reality Experiences! Egal ob Marke oder Sportorganisation: Mit der Technologie unseres Partners AR Ready könnt ihr interaktive AR-Experiences in eure Marketing- und Produktkampagnen integrieren – dank ready-to-use Templates schnell, effizient und smart. Das Resultat: Einzigartige und begeisternde AR Experiences sowie hohes Engagement bei der Zielgruppe! Mehr über die Vorteile von Augmented Reality im Sportmarketing erfahrt ihr hier: https://sportsmaniac.de/arready (*Sponsored) Shownotes: Shownotes unter: https://sportsmaniac.de/episode278 Die Best-of-Seven mit Maik gibt es ab Freitag hier: https://sportsmaniac.de/episode279 Vernetze dich mit Maik Burlage auf LinkedIn Mehr zu Wingfield gibt es auf der Website, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram und Facebook News zur Kooperation von Wingfield mit dem DTB gibt es hier Alles Infos zum Gewinnspiel gibt's auf dem Sports Maniac LinkedIn-Kanal Sponsored: Mehr über die Vorteile von Augmented Reality im Sportmarketing erfahrt ihr hier: https://sportsmaniac.de/arready Meine Buchempfehlungen: https://sportsmaniac.de/books Mehr zu unserer Podcast-Agentur Maniac Studios: https://maniacstudios.com Du willst einen Podcast starten oder als Partner im Sports Maniac Podcast werben? Hier anfragen: https://danielspruegel.com Abonniere den Sports Maniac Podcast auf Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Deezer, Soundcloud oder TuneIn Abonniere das Weekly Update: https://sportsmaniac.de/weekly-update Bewerte den Sports Maniac Podcast: https://sportsmaniac.de/bewertung Kostenfreie Facebook-Gruppe: https://sportsmaniac.de/community FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/sportsmaniacDE INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/danielspruegel TWITTER: https://twitter.com/DanielSpruegel LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/sports-maniac Mein Podcast-Equipment: https://sportsmaniac.de/meinsetup
La Ménagerie de verre (The Glass Menagerie) est une des premières pièces de Tennessee Williams, écrite en 1944. Dans la mémoire de Tom se rejoue un passé familial qui le hante, entre une mère obsédée par sa jeunesse perdue et une sœur maladivement fragile. La pièce met en scène quatre personnages : Tom Wingfield, jeune homme narrateur de la pièce. Retenu chez sa famille par conviction morale, il passe ses soirées à aller au cinéma, ou du moins c'est ce qu'il dit. Laura Wingfield, sa sœur. Boiteuse et neurasthénique, elle a comme plus précieuse possession des animaux miniatures en verre, constituant une ménagerie. Amanda Wingfield, leur mère, qui veut faire marier sa fille et exaspère son fils. Jim O'Connor, un jeune homme ordinaire apparaissant dans les deux dernières scènes, invité par Amanda dans l'espoir qu'il tombe amoureux de Laura. De nombreuses similitudes existent entre la famille Wingfield, fictive, et la famille, réelle, de Williams, même si des différences sont également présentes. Montée à New York en 1945, c'est avec cette pièce que Tennessee Williams connaît, à trente-quatre ans, une célébrité soudaine.
This week on the podcast, we will wrap up our conversation with our friend Paul Wingfield. Paul is the Senior Pastor at White Flag Christian Church in St. Louis. We are jumping right back into part two of our conversation. SHOW NOTES --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makingsundayhappen/support
This week on the podcast, we will wrap up our conversation with our friend Paul Wingfield. Paul is the Senior Pastor at White Flag Christian Church in St. Louis. We are jumping right back into part two of our conversation. SHOW NOTES --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makingsundayhappen/support
Guest: Siya Qoza | Spokesperson at Department of Home Affairs The window is closing for refugees and asylum seekers protesting in Cape Town to either reintegrate into local communities or repatriate. In the demonstration, which began in October 2019 outside the offices of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Cape Town, hundreds of refugees and asylum seekers demanded resettlement to Canada. The encampment sites, at Paint City and Wingfield that temporarily housed them, are now earmarked for closure on 15 May. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on the podcast, we welcome our friend Paul Wingfield. Paul is the Senior Pastor at White Flag Christian Church in St. Louis. Paul took a 3 month sabbatical last year during the craziness and came back fired up. He did a sermon series when he came back called You Deserve to Know, where he laid out where his church and their leadership stood on cultural issues of the day. Those sermons alone have been watched over 40,000 times from folks all over the world. That's how impactful this message was. Paul is going to share all about that and more this week and next week on the show. SHOW NOTES --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makingsundayhappen/support
This week on the podcast, we welcome our friend Paul Wingfield. Paul is the Senior Pastor at White Flag Christian Church in St. Louis. Paul took a 3 month sabbatical last year during the craziness and came back fired up. He did a sermon series when he came back called You Deserve to Know, where he laid out where his church and their leadership stood on cultural issues of the day. Those sermons alone have been watched over 40,000 times from folks all over the world. That's how impactful this message was. Paul is going to share all about that and more this week and next week on the show. SHOW NOTES --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makingsundayhappen/support
This week Michael and Rob are joined by former England Cricket and Olympic Chaplain Rev Andrew Wingfield-Digby. A fine cricketer in his own right, Andrew played first class cricket for Oxford University and the Combined Universities XI, and also captained Dorset in the Minor Counties Championship. He later went on to be a chaplain for the England Cricket team, as well as chaplain at three Olympic Games! All of this and more is recounted in a wide ranging interview, as the trio speak about the time he brought Minor Counties cricket into disrepute to how identity and sport interlink.
There can be only one, but Highlander's had a surprising number of media adaptations and spin-offs over the years. We take a look at all of them and even get some behind-the-scenes gossip about the infamous comic book tie-in: Highlander 3030. ----more---- Episode Transcript Episode 05 [00:00:00] Mike: It's fine. It's fine. I'm not bitter. Mike: Welcome to Tencent Takes, the podcast where we make comics trivia rain like dollar bills on Magic Mike night. My name is Mike Thompson and I am joined by my cohost, the mistress of mayhem herself, Jessika Frazer. Jessika: Muahahaha! It is I hello, Mike. Mike: Hello. If you're new to the podcast, we like to look at comic books in ways that are both fun and informative. We want to check out their coolest, weirdest and silliest moments, as well as examine how they've been woven into the larger fabric of pop culture and history. Today, we are traveling through time and talking about the 35 year legacy of one of the strongest cult franchises around, Highlander. But [00:01:00] before we do that, Jessika, what is one cool thing that you've watched or read lately? Jessika: My brother has some copies of classic Peanuts Comics, and it's so much fun. It's good, wholesome, fun. And Snoopy- related media always makes me nostalgic. And Mike you've mentioned before that we're in California in the San Francisco Bay area, but fun fact, I live right near Santa Rosa, which is the home of the Peanuts creator Charles Schultz when he was alive. So there's a museum there and an ice skating rink. Mike: Yeah. Jessika: Which is super awesome And Snoopy on ice was huge when I was a kid. And that is definitely the place I also learned to ice skate. By the way, they throw a mean birthday party, just saying, not right this second. Not this second. [00:02:00] We should do it is what I'm saying. Mike: We should do it for ourselves. Jessika: No, that's what I'm saying. Oh, I don't have children. Mike: But we do. Jessika: Yes, they can come with us, like they're invited. Mike: I mean, are they? Jessika: Look at you hesitating. Mike: We took the kids to the Peanuts museum right before the lockdowns happened. that really Jessika: That's really lovely that's nice got to do that. Mike: There’s a lot of cool stuff to do. It's really interactive. It's also just a really fascinating experience because there's so much about the Peanuts during their, what 50 year run give or take. It may not have been that long. It may have been 30 or 40, but it was a long time, and I really dug it, like there was a lot of cool stuff, so yeah . And also the cool thing about Santa Rosa is they've also got all those Snoopy statues all over town too. Jessika: They do. Yeah. All the [00:03:00] Peanuts characters actually. Cause they, the Charlie Browns and the Lucy's now and the Woodstocks. Yeah they're all over the place. But that used to be something fun we could do as a scavenger hunt, and actually that's something you guys could still do even with the lockdown. Cause most of them are outside is just find that list of where all the Snoopy's or whatever character is and go find them all. Cause we did that at one point, like as an adult, obviously. Well, what about you, Mike? Mike: The complete opposite of something wholesome. Jessika: Perfect. Mike: We didn't actually have the kids for a few days. They were with their dad and we couldn't find anything new to watch. So, we wound up bingeing the entire series of Harley Quinn on HBO Max. Jessika: Oh, you’re ahead of me then. Damn you. Mike: This is my third time going through the series. We've just gotten to the point where we turned it on when we want to watch something that's kind of soothing in a way, even though it is not a soothing TV show. But I still am [00:04:00] having these full on belly laughs where I'm breathless at the end and it's just, it's so smart and funny and absolutely filthy with the violence. And then there are these moments of sweetness or genuine reflection, and it's just so damn refreshing. I was never much of a Harley fan, but this show and then the Birds of Prey movie really made me fall in love with that character. Also side note, Michael Ironside who played General Katana and Highlander II. Jessika: Yeah. Mike: He shows up in Harley Quinn doing the voice of Darkseid, which is a character he's been voicing since the nineties when he first started doing it for the Superman animated series. Jessika: Oh, damn. Mike: So, just a little bit of symmetry there. Mike: All right. So before we begin, I have to say that this episode wound up being a rabbit hole full of other rabbit holes that I kept going down. So, I want to give a little credit where it's due for a ton of my research. I really wound up leaning on two books: John Mosby's Fearful Symmetry [00:05:00]; and A Kind of Magic: The Making of Highlander by Jonathan Melville. Likewise, there's a YouTube series called Highlander heart hosted by Grant Kempster and Joe Dilworthand, and an associated Facebook community with the same name that were just invaluable for my crash course. And finally, I want to give special, thanks to Clinton Rawls, who runs Comics Royale, and Matt Kelly for taking the time to chat with me because they didn't have to, and they provided me with some really useful information for this episode. Jessika: Yeah, I'm super excited about what lies in store. What's really funny is I've actually, I feel like a kid before it test. Mike: Right? Jessika: like I'm a little nervous because I've been cramming so hard for this Mike: We both have. Jessika: No, you, especially you, especially like you should be much more nervous than me, Mike. No, I’m just kidding, please don't take that on. Oh, but yeah, no I'm super excited and really ready to talk about all of this stuff and learn more because I've just been consuming the media and the [00:06:00] comic books. But, you’re going to give me some back knowledge that's gonna blow my brain and I'm excited. Mike: Oh, well, I'll try to live up to that high expectation. Let's assume that you didn't know what the topic of this episode was. And if someone asked you what cult property from the 1980s. Spawned five movies, two TV series, a Saturday morning cartoon, an anime film, several video games, multiple tabletop games, audio plays, roughly a dozen novels, and four okay, technically six different comic books. What would your first answer be? Jessika: Oh, goodness. What's funny is probably not Highlander. I'd probably I would say like Batman, honestly, Mike: Yeah I would've gone with something along the lines of G.I. Joe. Jessika: Oh, yeah. Mike: Or some weird Saturday morning cartoon, something like that. I never would have guessed Highlander. I never would have assumed that. but it's just, it's really surprising to see how [00:07:00] much has been generated out of this initial movie. Were you fan of the movies or the show before we started bingeing everything for this episode? Jessika: So I was actually a fan of the show via my dad who had it on hadn't watched the films before, because I was born in 1986 fun fact. Mike: Right. Jessika: I was born when this thing was sent into the world. We both were at the same time, apparently. I didn't have that exact experience of growing up watching it, but he definitely had the TV show on in the nineties Mike: Okay. Jessika: So that was what I was familiar with and I loved it and I would run around chopping things; I'd be at work, I was actually like when I got older I'd be like, there can only be one, and I’d like have to like swipe at someone. Mike: It’s such an iconic line. Jessika: iIt is! it transcends. Absolutely. Mike: Yeah. I was pretty young when the movie came out and the show was how I became aware of it. And then when the show was airing, I was in high school. And then I became [00:08:00] aware that there was a movie that had inspired it. And so I was able to rent that when I was old enough to be trusted, to go rent movies on my own by my parents. Back when we couldn’t stream everything. Jessika: Oh my gosh. Mike: And there were rewind fees, Jessika: Oh, my gosh. Be kind rewind. Mike: Speaking of things from the eighties: it’s funny we'll talk about it later on, but the show really brought in, I think a lot of people that otherwise wouldn't have been fans. Before we start talking about the comic books, I really want to take a few minutes to talk about all the media and content that spun out of Highlander because it's a lot. And it was honestly in a couple of cases, really surprising. I didn't know about half of this stuff before I began researching for the episode, and then. Like I said, it was just constant rabbit holes that kept on leading me down more and more research paths. And it was really fun. But I want to talk about all this now. Jessika: Perfect. This is exactly what we're here for, and I think that people want to hear it too. [00:09:00] Mike: I hope so. Okay. So why don't you summarize Highlander? If you had to give an elevator pitch, Jessika: The film follows the past and present of Connor MacLeod, an immortal who is just one of many vying to be the sole victor in an age old battle, where in the end, there can only be one. Like very simply a lot more to it, but like how much of an elevator pitch. Mike: I think that's pretty simple. It's about an immortal who basically keeps on fighting his way through history and there's these really wonderful catch phrases that get us hooked. The movies got actually a really interesting origin story of its own. It was written by this guy named Gregory Widen when he was in his early twenties. That was when he wrote the initial screenplay. But he had already had a really interesting life up until then. He was one of the youngest paramedics in Laguna Beach at that point in [00:10:00] time. And then he went on to become a firefighter while he was still a teenager. By 1981, he'd also worked as a DJ and a broadcast engineer. And then he signed up for a screenwriting course at UCLA and he wrote this feature length script called Shadow Clan. And it would go through a number of changes before it became Highlander. But the core theme of an immortal warrior named Connor MacLeod wandering across the centuries is there. He wound up getting introduced to producers Bill Panzer, and Peter Davis who decided to option the film. And then they hired the screenwriters, Larry Ferguson and Peter Bellwood to rework the script into what we eventually had wind up in theaters. And once the movie was green-lit, they brought in Russell Mulcahey to direct it. And I vaguely knew that Mulcahey had been doing music videos before this, for the most part, he had one other cult movie ahead of time. It was a horror movie, I think, called Razorback. But I didn't realize which music videos he'd been making until I started doing all [00:11:00] this research. So I'm going to give you a small sampling and you're going to tell me if you've heard of these. Jessika: Okay. Sure sure sure. Mike: Okay. The Vapors “Turning Japanese”. Jessika: Uh, yeah. Mike: Yeah, okay. The Buggles “Video Killed the Radio Star”. Jessika: Wow. Yes. Mike: Duran Duran Duran’s “Rio”. Jessika: Wow. Mike: And Elton John's “I'm Still Standing”. Jessika: Yeahwow. That's actually a variety of characters. Mike: Right? But also those all really iconic music videos. Like not only songs, but music, videos cause those were all in the very early days. And the dude's entire portfolio is just iconic. If you think about the music videos that really defined the genre Jessika: Yeah, sometimes you just got it, I guess. Huh? Mike: He has a lot of those music video elements. A lot of times in the movie, it feels like a music video, like when Brenda's being chased down the hall by the Kurgan and it's got all that dramatic lighting, or that opening shot where they're in the [00:12:00] wrestling match and you see the camera flying through everything. Jessika: Yes! Mike: That was wild. That was really unusual to see camera work like that back then. The movie was distributed by 20th century Fox. And I think at this point, We'd be more surprised of 20th century Fox did a good job of marketing weird and cool, because they really botched it. They wound up forcing cuts to the movie that created really weird plot holes because they didn't feel that audiences needed it or what would understand it, and they wanted to make it simpler, but it really made things more confusing. European audiences on the other hand, really embraced the film because they got a much better version. So case in point, I'm going to show you the two main posters for it. This is the American poster for the movie. Jessika: Mmhmm. Oh, wow, he’s scary. Wow wow wow, okay. Before I even say any of the words, what you first see is Connor [00:13:00] MacLeod, but it's this awful grainy picture of him. He looks like there's something wrong with his face, which he shouldn't necessarily. And he looks like he's about to murder someone. He's like glaring off into the distance. And at the top it says, Oh, it's in black and white, by the way. at the top it says, He fought his first battle on the Scottish Highlands in 1536, he will fight his greatest battle on the streets of New York city in 1986. His name is Connor MacLeod. He is immortal Highlander! Credits at the bottom, rated R, absolutely rated R. Mike: Also, I feel like featuring original songs by Queen does not get the billing that it should. Jessika: I agree. I jammed my way through that film and this just the whole series, [00:14:00] actually the whole franchise I jammed my way through. Mike: Yeah. And if you listen to the kind of Magic album that is basically the unofficial soundtrack to the movie, and it's so good I don't know how they got those perpetual rights to Princes of the Universe, did. Every time I hear that song, I get a little thrill up my spine. All right. So here's the poster though for the European release. Jessika: All right. So, Ooh, this is totally different. This is Whoa. This is way more exciting. Okay. First of all, it's full Color, my friends, right in the middle in red it says Highlander right under it “There can only be one” in yellow. Oh it's amazing. There's a little sticker at the bottom that says featuring original songs by queen. Look it, trying to sell it, I love it. And then there's Connor MacLeod in the center of the screen [00:15:00] dramatically head back eyes closed screaming his sword thrusts forward and behind him is the Kurgan, oh my gosh so good. It's so - Oh, and a backdrop of New York city. All in lights. It's beautiful. Mike: Yeah. It’s one of those things where basically, that documentary that we watched seduced by Argentina, they talk about that where they're just like 20th century Fox fucked us. Jessika: And I didn't realize how much until, because I did watch that as well. And I'm like how bad could it be? But I that's pretty bad. It's a pretty big difference. It's like watching, that'd be like going, expecting to see like psycho or something. Mike: Honestly, I keep on thinking of Firefly and Fox and how they just totally botched the marketing for that show and then the release, and issues with Joss Wheden aside. Jessika: Yeah. Mike: It’s one of those [00:16:00] things where again, it's a really beloved cult property with a really devoted fan base, even, 5 years after it was released, shit, almost 20. Jessika: And I do love Firefly, again, Whedon aside. Mike: I do too. Jessika: And it makes me a little sad think about it because it had so much potential. Mike: Yeah. Jessika: Oh, it's so rough. It's rough to see. Mike: Yeah. What were your overall thoughts on the movie now that you've seen it because you hadn't seen it before this, correct? Jessika: No. I had only seen the TV show and probably rightfully so, because that was much less violent. I mean, much less graphically violent. They were still beheading motherfucker every episode, but, versus the film, which is like blood and like half a head and wow, there, it goes the head. But I actually really liked the movie. It was adventurous, it was thrilling and told a fairly cohesive and interesting storyline which unfortunately had an ending. But it still took us on an emotional journey. [00:17:00] Mike: Yeah, and I feel the same way. Jessika:: And how all the camp that I love from the 1980s and the special effects are just chefs, kiss love it. Mike: There is something so wonderful about the special effects from the 1980s, because they're so earnest all the time. And at the same time they look so cheesy by comparison now. Jessika: But you can tell they were trying so hard. It's almost like a little kid who's just learning to finger paint and they walk up and they're like, I did this thing. It's so good. You're like, it is really good. It's really good for where you're at. Mike: Yeah, exactly. Highlander is very much a quintessential eighties film to me, and there's both that nostalgia factor, but also it's a pretty tight little film. It doesn't really try to do anything too grandiose or too world-building because I don't think they expected to really make the sequels that they wound up doing. Which speaking of which we should discuss the sequels. [00:18:00] Mike: Like, I feel like you can’t discussion without talking about the sequels. And honestly the first time I ever heard of Highlander as a brand really was when I was visiting family in Texas And we were watching a Siskel & Ebert episode where they were thrashing Highlander II. Jessika: Dude, Siskel and Ebert I'm sure hated this. This does not surprise me in the least. Mike: I don't remember much about it, I just remember being like, oh Sean Connery's in a movie, well that's cool. Because my parents had raised me on all of the Sean Connery James Bond movies. Jessika: Yeah casting, come on. Why? Why? They had a French dude playing a Scottish guy and a Scottish guy playing a Spanish Egyptian guy. It's. Mike: I believe label was a Hispaniola Egyptian. They kinda darkened up Sean Connery a little bit too. I'm not sure. Jessika: It felt that way. I was just hoping he had just been under the tanning beds, but no, I think you're right. [00:19:00] Mike: Highlander II was definitely the most infamous of the sequels. And I mean a huge part of that is because it had such a batshit production and there’d been so many different versions of it. It was so bad that Russell Mulcahey reportedly walked out of the film premiere after only 15 minutes. There's this great documentary that you and I both watched on YouTube, it's split up into a bunch parts, but it was a documentary they made for the special edition of Highlander II. Jessika: Yeah. Mike: It was the third release of the movie that they put out because the first one was basically the bonding company for the films. Investors took over the production and assembly of the movie due to the fact that Argentina, where they were filming. And they had gone to Argentina because a, it was gorgeous, but B because it was supposedly going to be a third of the cost Jessika: Yeah. Mike: To make a movie there than it would elsewhere. Argentina’s economy collapsed and went through hyperinflation. And as a result, everything just went haywire. But they went back years later and they not only recut the [00:20:00] movie, but they refilled or added in certain scenes I think four or five years later. And then on top of that, they did the special edition a few years after that, where they redid the special effects. And I don't know it's kind of funny because it's not a bad movie now. It's not terrible. I feel it's an enjoyable film in its own way. But it's also funny where you watch that documentary and they're talking about the stuff that they're so proud of. Russell Mulcahey was talking about how proud he was of that love scene. I'm using this in quotes, love scene between Virginia Madsen and and Christopher Lambert where they just decided to do it up against the wall of an alley? Jessika: That’s always an interesting choice to me. Like you really cannot wait. Mike: Yeah. And then he was like, I thought that was a really hot scene. And I got to sit there and I'm like, I don't, I can't view this through the lens of, a 20 something guy in the 1990s. I don't know what my interpretation of it would have been then, [00:21:00] but watching it now watching it for the first time when I was in my twenties and the, in the early aughts, I just was like, this is weird and sorta dumb. And also they don't really have a lot of chemistry, but okay. Jessika: Yeah, it just kind of happens. They're just like, Oh, here you are. Mike: Yeah Right I don't know. At the same time it was cool to see they did all those really practical, special effects where they actually had them whipping around on the wires on like the weird flying skateboards and stuff. I thought that was cool. Jessika: I thought that was neat too. And how he was like, yeah, I actually got on top of the elevator and he was excited. Now he got on top of the elevator. Mike: And then they basically just dropped it down, like that's wild. So how about Highlander three? Jessika: Ahhh… Mike: Yeah, that’s kinda where I am Jessika: It’s very forgettable in my book. Mike: I feel like you could wipe it from the timeline and no one would care. Really, it felt like a retread of the first movie, but with the shittier villain in a way less interesting love story. honestly, it was a bummer because Mario [00:22:00] Van Peebles, the guy who plays that the illusionist I can't even remember his name. It was that forgettable. Jessika: Yeah, no, I can't either. Mike: Mario van Peebles is a really good actor and he's done a lot of really cool stuff. And it just, it felt like he was the NutraSweet version of the Kurgan Jessika: I like that. Yes. Yes. Mike: All of the mustache twirling, none of the substance. Jessika: It leaves a little bit of a weird taste in your mouth. Mike: Right. Splenda Kurgan! Moving on Highlander, Endgame. Jessika: What I do like about this film is that in both the TV series, as well as the film, there is the actual crossover. Connor shows up in Duncan's world and Duncan shows up in Connor's world and there is that continuity, which is good. And I do appreciate that because, before I got into this, I assumed that the character was interchangeable and we were just seeing different actors James [00:23:00] Bond situation. And when I went back and realized like, Oh no, he's his own character, they're blah, you know. Mike: I dunno I saw this in theaters I love the show and I appreciated that it felt like an attempt to merge the movies in the series and of the movies, I feel like this actually has the strongest action scenes. There's that bit where Adrian Paul faces off against Donnie Yen. And I was like, that's gotta be really cool to be able to sit there and show your kids much later in life: hey, I got to do a martial arts scene with Donnie Yen and he didn't kill me in the movie. that's pretty dope. Jessika: Yeah. Mike: Again, it felt underwhelming. It just wasn't all that interesting. And also I spent years being mad at that movie because the trailer brought me into the theater expecting something way different than what we were going to get Jessika: Okay. And I don't know that I saw the trailer. Mike: It has, it has a bunch of scenes with Magic where Connor and Duncan jumped through a portal [00:24:00]. Jessika: What? Mike: And a sword gets thrown at Jacob Kell and he catches it midair. And then he does something else where he's holding a sphere where you see Connor's face screaming and then it shatters. Jessika: What’s with all this weird, extra scene stuff in these trailers. I don't understand. Mike: Yeah, it turns out that this hasn't, this has never really been officially confirmed, but reading between the lines yeah, it’s been confirmed. They basically filmed extra scenes just to make it more appealing for people. So they would show up to the theaters. Like they filmed scenes, effectively they filmed scenes just for the trailer the director when he was asked about it in Fearful Symmetry. He basically said, yeah, I know there was some stuff that they filmed for marketing afterwards, and I wasn't involved with that. And then I think it was Peter Davis that was asked about this for the book. And he basically said, Oh, this is a really standard practice. People, or accompanies [00:25:00] film stuff for for marketing purposes all the time. And that's where he left it. Jessika: Oh, okay. to know. Mike: I was really grumpy about that, but that said I've softened a little since then. Do we even want to talk about the Source? Cause I feel like that's something that we shouldn't talk about in polite company. Jessika: No pass. Mike: Okay. Jessika: It happened? Mike: It happened, it was a thing that happened that was going to be a trilogy. They were planning to make that into a trilogy of movies. Jessika: Ohh rough times. Mike: Oh it's real bad. I don't think you were able to watch this, but Highlander, the search for vengeance. It's the anime. Jessika: No, I couldn't find it. Mike: Yeah. It's not available for streaming and it really it's really a bummer because it's actually pretty good. I'm not quite sure how to qualify it because it's not a live action movie and it doesn't star Duncan or Connor, but it's a full length anime. It's a full length movie in its own right. It focuses on Colin MacLeod who he’s [00:26:00] an immortal, who's technically part of the MacLeod clan. He's born as a Roman Britain and then he's adopted into the MacLeod clan after he fights alongside them later on. They keep on doing this. They keep on going back to dystopian SciFutures, which I kinda like, Jessika: I love, bless their little hearts. Mike: Yeah. A lot of the story actually takes place in this post-apocalyptic 22nd century, New York. And I haven't seen this in about a decade because it's not available on streaming. I don't have the DVD anymore. I really should pick it up before it goes out of print. But the movie fucking slaps. It was directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri, he was really big in the nineties. He did Ninja Scroll and Vampire Hunter D Bloodlust. He's known for really cool looking movies that are also really violent at the same time. Like you look at his characters and you're like, Oh yeah, no, they all look interchangeable because they're also similar one movie to another, Jessika: Oh, I see. Mike: But they're really cool. And the movie was written by David Abramowitz, who was the head writer [00:27:00] for the TV show. So it felt like a pretty legit Highlander story. Honestly, if we had to talk about this and ask which of these movies or the sequels were our favorites, I would probably say the Search for Vengeance. Because I loved it so much, but since that wasn't a theatrical release, we'll exclude that and you didn't get to watch it. Of the sequels, which did you enjoy most? Jessika: Mike, why don’t you go first. Mike: Okay. I'm a little torn, I guess I enjoyed Endgame mainly because it feels like part of he in quotes, real Highlander story, I guess it's the least terrible of the sequels. And it brought in my favorite characters. The final version of Highlander II, is I don't know. I don't hate it. It honestly feels like a cool dystopian cyberpunk story with some bizarre Highlander lore shoehorned in, but at the same time, it's not the worst thing I've ever watched. How about you? Jessika: Funny [00:28:00] enough, I was going to say Highlander II, but maybe just a bit more so if it were its own standalone movie and not try to be a part of the Highlander franchise. The idea of the shield is super interesting and I think they could have elaborated more on the lead-up and the resolution of that issue rather than having to also make it about the Immortals in their forever game. Mike: Yeah, I agree. How do you feel about moving onto the TV series? Jessika: Oh, I am pro. Mike: Okay. I personally feel like this is the property that sucks all the air out of the room when you're talking about Highlander. Jessika: Oh no. Mike: Yeah, I mentioned that this is how I really got introduced to the brand. I started watching it in high school, around season three, which was when it was really starting to get good. The first two seasons I feel were kind of when they were ironing out all the rough spots. But I wound up watching it through the end. So if you're listening to this podcast and you have never seen the [00:29:00] show Highlander, the series ran for six seasons, which is a good length of time for any TV show. And it followed the adventures of Duncan, who was another member of the MacLeod clan. He was a distant cousin of Connor. And the show bounced between Seacouver, which is a fictionalized version of Vancouver in Paris. And it basically retcon things so that the original movie didn't end with The Quickening, but that the battle between the Kurgan and Connor was it's implied, it was the start of The Gathering. That's my interpretation of it. Jessika: That was what I got too. Mike: Yeah. And Christopher Lambert, he shows up in the pilot to help set things up and get them moving. But I think that's the only time we ever really seen him on the show. Jessika: Correct. He's really just an intro. He's in that first episode only. Mike: You have rewatched it as a have I . We haven't watched the entire series all the way through, but we've watched a lot of episodes. Jessika: Correct. Mike: How do you feel [00:30:00] it measures up today? compared to that nostalgic view that we had before, Jessika: I had a lot of fun watching it, actually. definitely super cheesy. I don't love all of the characters I watched a lot of the first season, then I bounced around I think I did the top, like 25 on a list that you sent me. But Duncan’s just so codependent sometimes with his characters and it's like the one time the Tessa goes on a hike by herself, she gets kidnapped by an, a mortal and it’s like, oh my God, she can't even go on a fucking hike, are you joking me? And the one time he goes to the store by himself, he gets kidnapped and it's like, oh, come the fuck on you guys. Mike: Yeah, I feel like it generally holds up pretty well. It's a little uneven, but when it hits , it really hits. And it's a lot of fun. And considering that it was a relatively low budget show on basic cable in the early to mid-nineties, there's a lot of stuff that has aged way worse. [00:31:00] Jessika:: Absolutely. It exceeded my expectations on the rewatch, for sure. Mike: Yeah, and I have to say that one really cool thing about Highlander is it's got a really large female fan base. And I suspect that the show is really responsible for that. Jessika: I would agree. There's a few reasons. Mike: Are six of those reasons. Duncan's abs? Jessika: Like 10 of those reasons are all the times he gets surprised in a bathtub. I know I messaged you while I was watching them, because I was like Duncan got surprised in a bathtub again. Mike: I don't remember which episode it was, but there's one where he is surprised while he's in a bathrobe and he's got, it's not even tighty whities, it’s like a bikini brief, and watching that, I was just sitting there going, thank you for this gift. Thank you. Thank you for this visual treat that you have given us in the middle of my very boring work day. Jessika: It’s [00:32:00] also that there are such a wide variety of female characters. I would say, Iit’s not just the other female person he seeing or whatever, the love interest, there are other female Immortals and they a lot more frequently than they do in the films. I can't recall if they have any female immortals in the films. Mike: They do in Endgame. Jessika: Okay. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. I thought there was, there were some in there, but that’s tailing into, I mean yeah. Mike: Yeah. And the Source had them too, but meh. Jessika: Oh yeah. Mike: I will say that the show was pretty good about writing pretty strong female characters, I felt. Jessika: Yeah. Mike: And we'll talk about Amanda in a little bit, but I have to say that I really liked how she was written and how Elizabeth Grayson played her through the original series and then her own afterwards. I dunno. I, what do you think is the sexiest thing about Duncan MacLeod? I'm curious. Jessika: He seems [00:33:00] really like trustworthy, but like and sexy trustworthy. It's like, he'd be the dude. I called if some guys were fucking with me. Mike: Yeah. Jessika: Yeah. Mike: I kept on thinking about how there's this Tumblr post that's been going around the internet, regularly, and it's this discussion about which Disney men women find the sexiest guys always thinks it's Gaston. Jessika: Oh lord, why? Mike: It’s that male power fantasy thing where they're just like, oh no, like he's like really charming. And he's really muscly. And the counterargument from women is usually A no Gaston sucks and B we all like Roger from 101 Dalmatians. Jessika: Oh yeah. Roger. Mike: Which, Roger is very much my personal role model. The dude's a talented musician, he loves animals and he's got that great, a snark where he literally is trolling the villain when she comes to his house with a motherfucking trombone from upstairs [00:34:00]. And I think Duncan's a little like that. Like he's cultured and he's worldly and he's got this wicked sense of humor. And he's also the type of dude who has no problem reciting poetry in public or making his partner breakfast in bed. Jessika: Yeah, absolutely. Mike: So it just it was something that came to mind while I was rewatching all this stuff. Jessika: Yeah. just as like a wholesome guy. Mike: Right? Jessika: He always has good intentions. So that's actually what it feels like. He's always coming at things with good intentions. Mike: Yeah, and he's not perfect, but he's always trying to do the right thing, which I really appreciate. Jessika: Yeah. Mike: What was your favorite episode? Jessika: I went back and forth. I really like the Homeland episode, and like I said, I've really only watched a good chunk of most of season what I would say, and then so kind of bounced around, but season four, episode one. It was really sweet to see [00:35:00] Duncan take the obligatory trip back to his Homeland to pay respects. And it also had a good lesson in not judging a book by its cover as the main character assumes that Duncan is just an ancestry tourist, which was super interesting. She was super hating on it but I was like this is interesting instead of visiting what once was literally his home during formative years. So it was just such a wild thing to see her be like, what are you doing near those graves? And he can't really be like, they were my parents because you cannot even read them. They are so old. Mike: The funny thing is I didn't rewatch that episode during our refresher, but I remember watching that episode when I was about 15 or so. Because it's stuck out to me. Jessika: It’s really good. And of course, Duncan, he always has a good intention. The whole reason he went back was because he figured out that somebody had been [00:36:00] pilfering graves Mike: Yeah. Jessika: And he had to return what was in this grave. Mike: I know he's making the rest of us look bad. So mine is, it's unusual suspects. It's from season six, which I feel is actually pretty weak season overall. And it's this really silly one-off episode, starring Roger Daltry of the Who fame. He plays Hugh Fitzcairn, which is a character that he shows up in plays a couple of times throughout the series. And at this point in time in the story, he was dead, but it's a flashback to the 19 teens or 1920s. 1920s, because it ends with the stock market crash, but it's a take on the British country, house murder, mystery genre, and it's really fun. And it was just this really refreshing moment of levity after what I felt our run of really heavy, and in my opinion, not very good episodes. The end of season five and the beginning of season [00:37:00] six are all about Duncan confronting this demon named Aramon and it's weird and it's not very good. And I really don't enjoy it. This is all my opinion. I'm sure that I'm insulting some Highlander fan who absolutely loves this, but it's a fun episode in its own. And then it's a good moment after one that I didn't really enjoy. And so it's got that extra refreshing bonus. I just, I want to note, it's really funny to me how intertwined Highlander has always been with rock and roll and music in general, because they had Mulcahey who do it, doing all these music videos and stuff. And then they kept on having musicians show up as guest stars. I think it was there's a character named Xavier St. Cloud, I think who was played by one of the guys from, again, I think, Fine Young Cannibals? Jessika: Yeah, I think I actually watched that episode. Mike: I think he was using nerve gas to kill people. Jessika: Yes I did watch that episode. That was a wild one. Yeah. Mike: Yeah, and I think he shows up later on too. [00:38:00] I can't remember but anyway, I really appreciate that they gave Roger Daltry of all people, this character, and he just really had fun with it and they kept bringing him back. Jessika: Yeah. He was a good character every episode he was in my other favorites was the one where they had Mary Shelley and he was in that one too. I believe. Mike: I think so. Yeah. No, it was, the series was really fun, and I liked that we can sit there and pull all these episodes just from memory that we really liked. Jessika: Absolutely. Mike: So season six , they were trying to find a new actress who could carry her own Highlander show. And so they tested out a bunch of different actresses in season six and gave them either really strong guest appearances, or they were basically the main character for episodes. But they wound up not going with any of them. They went with Elizabeth Grayson and gave her the Raven where she reprised her roles Amanda. Did you watch any of that? Did you get a chance to? Jessika: I watched the [00:39:00] first and the last episode of season one, I can only find the first season. Is there only one? Mike: There’s only one season, it didn’t get picked up again. Jessika: Oh then there you go. Then I could have only, I know I was scratching my head. Worried about where else do I find this? Mike: Well, and it ends on a cliff-hanger. Jessika: Yeah, exactly. That's where I was like, let's go. Mike: It ends with Nick becoming immortal. Jessika: Oh, see, I didn't quite finish it. Cause I was hurriedly setting it up in the background. Mike: Yeah it was fine. I thought Elizabeth Grayson is really charming in that role, but at the same time, there wasn't a lot of chemistry initially between Amanda and Nick, I felt at the very beginning. Jessika: I agree, not in the first episode. Mike: By the end of the season, it was there, and I think they were also, as is the case with most shows first seasons, they were trying really hard to figure out what they wanted to do. And so originally it was a cop show with an immortal, which there are certainly worse pitches that I've heard. Jessika: Yeah. No, I agree. Mike: But yeah. sad that it didn't get to go further [00:40:00] Jessika: I'm tempted to go back and watch all of these things. I may have to do a pallet cleanse of something different. I may have to go back to my Marvel watching. Mike: On top of this, there was a Saturday morning cartoon called Highlander, the series or Highlander, the animated series, and it was set in the future. It's in a weird alternate timeline. It stars another MacLeod. It's fine It's a Saturday morning cartoon. I didn't even care enough to really go back and watch it because being that great. They did some interesting stuff. Like they brought Ramirez back if I remember, right. And then they also had a thing where instead of beheading other Immortals, the main character had an ability where he could be voluntarily given their power. Jessika: Oh. Mike: So he had all of their knowledge and power. And again, it’s again in a dystopian future where another immortal has taken over the world. Jessika: Wow. They just love their dystopian future. Mike: They really do. But yeah, it's fine. I think it's streaming on Amazon prime. I was just so focused on everything else that I didn't get a chance to go and [00:41:00] rewatch it. Jessika: Huh, good to know. Mike: We're going to go over all the other various pieces of media real quick. and then we've got one side tangent and then we're going to go through comic books, but. Jessika: I'm so excited. Mike: Books, Highlander wound up having a pretty substantial literary footprint. The original movie had the official novelization. There wasn't really anything after that until the show came out and then the show had 10 novels and an anthology and an official behind the scenes kind of book called the Watchers Guide and it's full of essays and interviews and photos. And since then, there've been a couple of non-fiction books, like Fearful Symmetry, which is about everything Highlander related. And it's almost like a textbook, but it's pretty good. And then there's also A Kind of Magic, which is more focused on making of the original movie. And those are both actually really good. I liked them a lot. They were really easy to read. [00:42:00] There were audio plays, which I keep on forgetting audio plays are a thing at this point, but it's by this company called Big Finish in the UK. They do tie-in audio dramas for television properties. Most famously they do Dr Who. They wound up doing two seasons of audio plays. The first had Adrian Paul reprise his role as Duncan and they take place after the series ended. And then also after the events of Endgame, you can't really find them anymore. Because they just, the license expired so they aren't selling them as far as I'm aware. Jessika: That's super interesting though. Dang. Mike: Yeah. And then the second season focuses on the four horsemen Immortals, remember Jessika: Okay. Mike: Do you remember them? Jessika: I sure do. Mike: Because we were talking about this a little bit, but it was all about Methos and the other guys that he hung out with when he was effectively, a comic book villain who would've if he’d had a mustache to twirl, he would have done it. Jessika: So quickly. Yes. Mike: I thought that was really interesting. There were a couple of people in the Highlander Heart [00:43:00] group who talked about it and they seem to really like them. I can't comment, but it was really neat. Games, this is the one that's really interesting. Highlander actually has been turned into a number of games over the years. There's a couple of tabletop games we're going to breeze through. So there was two different card games in a board game. One of the card games was released back in the nineties, it was a collectible card game. And this was right when Magic: The Gathering was really hot and everybody was trying to get in on that action. And then recently there's a new one called Highlander: The Duel. And it's a deck-building game where you play as Connor or the Kurgan going up against each other. And just a couple of years ago, there was a board game that got kick-started, it was in 2018 and it's this fast paced game for two to six players. The reviews across the web were pretty positive. And again, it's one of those things where it's Immortals battling for that mysterious prize. Jessika: Yeah. Mike: But it's cool. Jessika: Nice. Mike: I’m actually pretty surprised [00:44:00] we never got like a tabletop RPG because they are not precious about applying the license for Highlander to stuff. I'm amazed that nobody went to them and said, Hey, we can make this cool historical RPG where we sorta start having players wake up and then they have flashbacks or whatever. And Jessika: Yeah Oh that would have been cool Yeah Mike: Right? But yeah we never got anything like that which I was really I actually that was the one thing I expected and was surprised to see that we never got. Okay. So we're going to go into mini tangent with video games even though they aren't technically related to comics. The first game for Highlander was a 1986 tie-in release for home computers. It was a really simple fighting title. It wasn't well received. It was apparently pretty bad. So after that the animated series had a tie in called Highlander: Last of the MacLeods. It was released on the Atari Jaguar CD console. If you remember that. Do you remember the Atari Jaguar? Jessika: Oh my god, no. I don't. [00:45:00] Mike: It kinda got lost in the shuffle in the early to mid nineties of all the different consoles that were coming out. But you can find footage of this on YouTube and it's one of those early 3d games. And so it got a lot of praise for his exploration elements and animated video sequences, but it also got a lot of criticism for its controls in combat. After that there was actually going to be an MMO called Highlander, The Gathering. And it was in development by a French studio called Kalisto entertainment, which was honestly weird because Kalisto's catalog up until now were mostly middling single-player games. They'd gotten famous for a series called Nightmare Creatures, but they also did a Fifth Element racing game on PS2 that I had and was actually pretty fun. Anyway, Kalisto went bankrupt before the MMO could come out. Jessika: Oh! Mike: And none of the folks who, yeah, that's video games. Jessika: Fair enough. Mike: So they went bankrupt. The MMO hadn't come out yet. And the folks who wound up with the rights afterwards just decided to kill the project. There's [00:46:00] one other game. That's become the source of a lot of speculation. And it's only known as Highlander: The Game it basically came about because Davis Panzer productions that's, the guys who own the rights to Highlander, and SCI, which was this holding company that owned a bunch of video game groups. They decided to ink a deal, to make a Highlander game. They announced that they basically had done a partnership back in like 2004, 2005. And at the time SCI owned Eidos who was the publisher that gave us Tomb Raider. So they were a pretty big name. The game itself was formally announced by Eidos in 2008 and the development was being handled by another French developer called Widescreen Games. It was going to be an action role-playing game. It would star a new Immortal named Owen MacLeod. The story was going to be written again by David Abramowitz and that added some [00:47:00] serious legitimacy to the project for fans. Actually, why don’t you read the summary. Jessika: Would love to my pleasure. Summary: Owen is captured and enslaved by Romans who force him to compete as a gladiator. During this time, Owen dies only to come back to life. Methos, the oldest living immortal approaches Owen to be his mentor. He teaches Owen about the game and how he and other Immortals can only be slain by beheading. As with other immortal MacLeods Owen is pursued throughout his life by a nemesis. This enemy proves to be extremely powerful. One that Owen is unable to defeat Owen learns of a magical stone, fragments of which are scattered all over the world. Throughout the game, Owen embarks upon a quest to recover these fragments and restore the stone in an attempt to gain the power to overcome his foe. [00:48:00] So dramatic. I love it. Mike: What's Highlander without any drama? But that sounds rad right? Jessika: Oh, it sounds amazing. Mike: The game was announced with a trailer in 2008 that really only showed some of the environments from different eras and then it ended with an image of Owen, but it looked promising. And then there wasn't much else after a couple of years of pretty much nothing but radio silence, Eidos wound up canceling the game and that's where a lot of the speculation has started. There's not a lot of information on Highlander: The Game. I keep waiting for one of those gaming history YouTubers to get ahold of an old dev kit and then do a video with a build, but that hasn't happened yet. So really it's all kind of speculation and wishful thinking about what could have been. And it also seems like some of the details are getting muddied as time goes on. Like Fearful Symmetry talks about the game of it but they [00:49:00] have the segment. And again I want you to read this. Jessika: Sure sure. The gam was so far along in its development stages that segments including backdrops and some of the gameplay options were presented at a Highlander Worldwide event in Los Angeles 2006 and got a very positive reaction. The beautifully rendered backdrops were almost movie quality and included the likes of Pompei, a dark forest in the Highlands, New York, and Japan as gameplay locations and introduced us to another MacLeod, Owen, the same surname but a much earlier vintage. Mike: Yeah, so, I think Mosby is a little overly enthusiastic about all of this, and this is because I think Mosby doesn't have much familiarity with how game development works. It sounds like they had concept art on display and were discussing gameplay [00:50:00] rather than showcasing a build of the game. Concept art and design discussions are things that happen very early in game development. But if you're an outsider, looking in this stuff could easily be interpreted as things being much further along than they were. Jessika: Ah. Mike: Yeah. Now that said, I did work in video games for almost a decade, and a few of my coworkers were actually involved with Highlander the game. Jessika: What? Mike: Every one of them over the years has told me the cancellation was a mercy killing. And again, this is from multiple sources, so I'm not going to name or identify because, I don't want to make things awkward for them. But basically the game was garbage . It's not really surprising to hear cause widescreen never really made a good game, the best reception that any of their titles got was just kinda mixed. But earlier this week, I actually called one of my friends. Who'd been [00:51:00] attached to the project because I wanted to get more information about this game before we recorded. Jessika: We need to get you a new shovel, you dug so deep for this. Mike: With both hands. But, they confirmed what I've been hearing from other people the gameplay itself wasn't just bad. It was boring. The biggest problem was it didn't know what kind of a game it wanted to be. Basically, it was trying to do everything all at once. There were a bunch of traversal elements, which didn't really make a lot of sense. Like why would you climb a Manhattan skyscraper when you're a roided out dude with a sword? Couldn't you just take the elevator? Or I don't know the stairs? There was going to be a bunch of Magic elements in the gameplay, which, isn't really, that's not really a thing in Highlander. There's that fantasy element because we're talking about Immortals who can't die unless you cut off their heads, but generally Magic isn't a part of the accepted Canon. And then the combat, what they were aiming to do something like [00:52:00] God of war, which was really big at the time. But, it wasn't great. My friend also pointed out that Owen looked like a bodybuilder, but his fashion sense was from that industrial metal scene of the late nineties, which neither of those things really fits with the Highlander aesthetic because Adrian Paul was arguably the most in shape of the Highlander actors. But even that was, he was a dude who was like, yeah, I could achieve that if I was really good about my diet and then just worked out aggressively but not like Hugh Jackman does for his Wolverine roles. Jessika: Yeah, yeah. Mike: So I'm going to send you a screenshot of what Owen looked like in the key art the initial title it does. Jessika: What? It looks like Criss Angel. Mike: Right. And they're trying to recreate that iconic pose of The Quickening from the first movie that Connor does at the very end where he's getting raised up and, by the rails of Lightning, or the wires [00:53:00] of lightning. Jessika: Yeah, I get what they were trying to do. Mike: Yeah,I wanna know, what the fuck is up with those weird straps with rings that are going down his legs. Jessika: I don't really know, I was trying to figure that out myself. So just so that everyone can really get the picture that we're getting here and you'll, you might understand why it's taken me so long to describe it. I had to take it all in first. Mike: Yeah, it’s a ride. Jessika: It’s all very monochromatic. And the background is of course, a cut of the statue of Liberty, the backdrop of parts of New York that I'm sure aren't even next to each other, which is always funny. And then what is this? Is this the new guy, or is this supposed to be Duncan? Mike: Yeah, this is the new guy, Jessika: It’s Owen. Mike: Yeah. It's Owen. And then Connor and Duncan were supposed to appear, supposedly. I know Peter Wingfield was recording his lines for Methos. Jessika: Well, if they haven't killed off Methos that makes sense. And I don't know in the series if they have, and maybe Duncan makes [00:54:00] sense if he hasn't died yet, but. Mike: Yeah they can't kill off Methos, Methos was my first gay crush. Jessika: Yeah. He's. Slightly problematic in a couple episodes, but he's a great character overall. But he's very Chriss Angel, he's wearing like a trench coat and that has to be some sort of a lace undershirt or something. Mike: lAnd he’s got like a weird really, like baggy leather pants. Jessika: Yes. Which cannot be comfortable. It's doing this weird pooching thing in the front. Mike: Yeah, and then I think I saw another screenshot where it looks like he's wearing skater shoes tennis shoes as well. Jessika: Oh, Vans Off the Wall, man. Mike: Just once I want to see a MacLeod in the movies with a good fashion sense. Jessika: Yeah, I mentioned that I wanted to cosplay as Duncan, which overall would be a great idea. But then I was looking through his outfits and I'm like, what do I wear? Do I wear this weird white tank top with these like acid wash jeans [00:55:00] and a belt? Or is this the one where I'm wearing like five shirts and a long jacket? Is it that day? Mike: You know who he looks like that guy, Canus. Jessika: Yes! Yes, does. He has the lace shirt and everything. Mike: And the dog collar. Jessika: Oh my god, it was so funny. I told you, I think it was trying to be edgy. Mike: Yeah, and instead it comes off as really queer-coded. Jessika: It really does though. I know, my little queer brain was like bling. Mike: Yeah, It feels like they weren't really getting the essence of what Highlander actually was and who these guys were, because usually the Highlander characters are a little bit more believable and ordinary because that's the whole idea is that they're walking among us and we have no idea unless they tell us. Okay. On top of all this. So remember how I mentioned that trailer was just showcasing environments for the [00:56:00] game. Jessika: Yeah. Mike: There was a reason for that. The reason was that they couldn’t get the character models to work. Jessika: Oh! Mike: So the shot of Owen at the end it's actually just animated key art it's the same it's the same art that you just saw. It's that image. It was just slightly animated. And then they released a couple of screenshots for the game, but apparently they were really heavily photo-shopped well, beyond industry standards. So, it was one of those things where, this was a turd and it needed to be flushed. And it finally did. But Widescreen went under about a year after the game was formally announced. They were working on another big project and apparently that got taken away, and as a result, it just caused the studio to implode. By this point in time Square Enix the guys do all the final fantasy games had bought Eidos and they formally canceled it. We're not sure why exactly, my guess is that it was probably, they just looked at cost it would take to finish this game and then the [00:57:00] amount that it would need to sell in order to be profitable or to meet their sales expectations for it and they just thought it wasn't worth it. But yeah, my friend actually said they were embarrassed to work on it and they would have been fine even if it had been an average game, but it was just bad. Even one of those kind of middling average games, I think that would have been fine, that would have lived up to the Highlander bar. Finally, there's that Highlander game that spark unlimited was working on. I never even heard a whisper about this until. We watched that episode of Highlander Heart focusing on video games, and they brought Craig Allen on to talk about the project. Based on what we know now, I think this might be why Square Enix was holding onto the rights for another year after they shut down Highlander, the game, just because they had this other title, theoretically in development or very early development. Based on the footage that they have, it looks like they had at least done enough development work to put together a vertical slice that they could show for pitch [00:58:00] purposes and at conventions. But I thought it was really promising looking overall. What did you think? Jessika: I thought it did look really interesting the game play itself I did like the idea of having a female Highlander. That being said, they had this whole concept about what Craig Allen was calling beautiful damage. Mike: Yeah. Jessika: And it was this whole thing about, oh it was the first female Highlander and her looks go when she gets damaged, and that's her whole motivation is to stay pretty. And I just, that gave me a huge headache, and it of course was super male-gazey I mean, the game itself seemed that way. Mike: It was weird because I would love to see women and Highlander being built a little bit more like warriors, like a little bit more muscly, which would be in keeping with people who battle across the centuries. [00:59:00] They don't need to be super jacked like the Amazons in Wonder Woman, but making them look like stick thin suicide girl, punk rock chick from the late aughts. Didn't quite gel with me. I understood what he was talking about though, because that was the thing where they were starting to do permanent cosmetic damage in video games. That was something that was really big in the Batman Arkham games. Every time that you got knocked out, you'd come back and you'd have a little bit more of your outfit chipped apart. So, after a while Batman's looking pretty ragged and you realize maybe I'm not as good at this game as I think I am. Jessika: Yeah And the concept itself is really interesting It just I guess was the way it was phrased by this person. And it very much was he was so proud of the fact that it was the first Highlander female in a video game. And then everything was just like so incredibly sexist. I was excited that I wasn't Mike: We're also viewing it, with the lens of 2021 at this point. At that time, [01:00:00] that was before they had relaunched Tomb Raider, in 2013, 2014, where they made her much more realistic. She was still very fit, but she wasn't the Lara Croft that had generated a lot of criticism. I think possibly, I don't know, but I hope that it would have been marketed a bit differently if it had been done today. That said we also don't know exactly what it would look like as a final product. Jessika: Oh absolutely, yeah. Mike: It’s, I agree. It's a little bit problematic viewed through the current lens. At the same time, like a lot of the Highlander properties when it was being done, I think it was kind of just par for the course. Jessika: Yeah, fair enough. But, I did like the idea of having a female Highlander and having her have a whole story regardless of whether it's the first one to be completely [01:01:00] tragedy laden which was the other comment like her experience a ton of loss because she's female and experiences empathy unlike the male characters. Mike: I really didn't like that. Actually. I thought that was. I mean the, the whole thing where they were saying we wanted to focus on lifetimes of tragedy as opposed to enjoying multiple lives. And I'm like, that's the whole purpose of Highlander. That's what I really like is when you sit there and you watch them having fun and doing all this interesting stuff. Jessika: Women aren't allowed to have fun, Mike. Mike: Apparently. Jessika: We just have to have lives full of tragedy and pining for people that we've lost in our lives. Mike: Well, yeah. And we all know that the dudes don't have feelings, so we just, you know, go on and enjoy things. Jessika: That does suck that Hugh they don't give men the ability to have that capacity or give them the the credit to have that capacity. Mike: I will say, I am sorry that this one didn't get further along the development [01:02:00] stages, because it certainly seemed like it had a lot more promise than the title that was canceled right before it. Jessika: Yes, the gameplay itself looked more interesting, it looks more complex, it easier to navigate. What they were showing us was really intense. Mike: I really liked that whole idea of being able to view the environments in two different eras. It reminded me a lot of another Eidos game called legacy of Cain soul river, where there was a spiritual world and then a physical world. And you could flip back and forth between them, which was kind of cool. Jessika: Oh, that’s neat Mike: Yeah. I dug that. I liked the idea of exploring the same environment in two different areas. I thought that was really neat. Jessika: Yeah. Mike: Let's move on to Comics. Jessika: Sounds great. Mike: Okay, so, I’m curious. When do you think that Highlander got big enough to get a comic book? Jessika: I don't know maybe late nineties Mike: 2006. Jessika: Wow [01:03:00] That's later than I had expected. Mike: Yeah. There wasn't a comic adaptation of the movie when it came out, which is weird, there wasn't one here in the States. Highlander Heart, in their YouTube podcast, noted there was a series of five newspaper comic strips that were published as part marketing promotion. The hosts weren't entirely certain if they're exclusive to Europe or not. I don't know. I haven't been able to really find much reference to it. After the movie came out, though there was a two-part comic adaptation in Argentina. It was published through El Tony Todo Color and El Tony Supercolor they were sibling comic anthology magazines, and here's the weird twist. It looks like this was an unlicensed adaptation. Jessika: Mmhm, interesting. Mike: So now we're going to take another side tangent. The important thing that you need to know is that Argentina had just come out of a brutal military dictatorship that came about as part of Operation Condor, which is this horrific program the United States was involved in. And it isn't really taught about in high school history, at least it [01:04:00] wasn't when I was going through high school and I went to a pretty good one. did you ever learn about that? I'm curious. Jessika: No, I did not. Mike: Okay I'm giving you an extremely TLDR read of this, but basically this was a program in the seventies and eighties when the US backed military dictatorships across South America. So our country helped these groups, kidnap, torture, rape murder, thousands of political opponents, like Argentina was especially brutal. There were literally death squads, hunting down political distance across the country. It was a really horrific time. I want you to read this summary of what was going on during that time, actually. Jessika: Give me the really fun stuff I see. Mike: Sorry. Jessika: No you're good. It is estimated that between - 9,000 and 30,000 that's a huge span. Mike: I know, it’s such a margin of error I don't understand. Jessika: Lack of record taking will get you there quick, I think. I'm going to start over, but we’ll leave that in. It is estimated that between [01:05:00] 9,000 and 30,000 people were killed or disappeared, many of whom were impossible to formally report due to the nature of state terrorism. The primary target, like in many other South American countries participating in Operation Condor, were communist guerrillas and sympathizers, but the target of Operation Condor also included students, militants trade, unionists, writers, journalists, I don't love this, artists, and any other citizens suspected of being left-wing activists - well take me the goddamn way away. Mike: Right. Jessika: Including Peronist guerillas. I don't love that. Mike: No it's really awful. And based on that list of targets, it's not surprising that there was a lot of media suppression during this time. Democracy returned to the country in ’83, and there was this explosion of art across the mediums. Argentine Comics [01:06:00] saw this Renaissance period. A lot of them though, weren't really licensed and let's be honest. It's not like there's an internet where IP owners could monitor stuff like this and shut it down when they learned about it. There was also this drastic comics increase in the area due to create or publishing Zines because the eighties was the decade where personal computers suddenly became commonplace and all of a sudden pe
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Mark Wingfield, executive director and publisher of Baptist News Global, talks with Word&Way Editor & President Brian Kaylor about the work of BNG and Baptist journalism more generally. He also discusses the rhetoric of young White male Calvinist pastors on Twitter. (This episode is sponsored in part by the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.)
Kat and Moose discuss Ozempic and its connection to the and the Gila Monster. Moose has been texting Kat's Mom about her amazing holiday decor and her adult dancing name. Kat loves @iamzoie and Moose thinks we all need a pole. Moose points out we need schooling about Santa's reindeer. We talk about our favorite Christmas carols and Christmas movies and reflect on what 2020 has taught us like boundaries, ah-ha moments and Imposter Syndrome. Moose questions John Mellencamp and his relationship status. Kat has a groundhog and her sister saw a pack of beavers. Moose relives finding a decapitated head on a road trip during college while playing Frogger. Kat ordered lobster tails from LobsterAnywhere.Com and made the podcast $14! Kat used technology and watched the Supergirl Series on Twitch. Moose reveals the origins of her name and celebrates Sarah Fuller. Yum, Kinder snowmen a new beer, Miller 64. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/katandmoose)
Being threatened with acts of aggression and violence in their workplace is a common occurrence for many frontline staff. Using a variety of techniques in controlled environments, trauma therapist, Mark Wingfield deliberately frightens people to see how they would respond to threats helping them deal with real life situations by learning how to stand up for themselves. KEY TAKEAWAY “The idea is to press their hot buttons and sometimes that's really hard. There are some people who are as cool as cucumbers. We spend a bit of time trying to make them feel a little bit uncomfortable, start to lose their control and then we help them to get it back again so they can deal with things that might really happen to them. So it's really challenging but afterwards people walk out 10 feet tall metaphorically!” ABOUT MARK WINGFIELD Author, coach and trainer, Mark Wingfield specialises in managing fear and building resilience. He has an eclectic mix of skills and experience and since 2006, has blended his skills, experience and expertise in communications, leadership coaching, self-protection and therapy to MPower™ individuals to face and manage their challenges and fears effectively. Mark has worked in many different industries with all communities and sectors but always strives to provide something practical, realistic and relevant. CONNECT WITH MARK http://uk.linkedin.com/in/wingfieldmark https://twitter.com/TheMADMAXMAN https://www.facebook.com/MAX.Conflict.Management https://www.youtube.com/user/MARKATMAX http://haveningmax.com/ Ebook – How to get home safe - every day - https://www.amazon.co.uk/How-get-home-safe-kindle-ebook/dp/B086P4FN1Z/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=how+to+get+home+safe+evry+day+mark+wingfield&qid=1586349828&sr=8-1-spell ABOUT THE HOST - AMY ROWLINSON Amy is a Coach, Mentor, iTunes #1 Podcaster, Mastermind Host, Speaker and Property Investor. Through coaching and workshops, Amy works with businesses to Focus on WHY to create people-centred environments, by improving productivity and employee engagement by focusing on fulfilment, values and purpose. Amy inspires and empowers entrepreneurial clients to discover the life they dream of by assisting them to make it their reality through their own action taking. Helping them to focus on their WHY with clarity uniting their passion and purpose with a plan to create the life they truly desire. If you would like Amy to help you focus on your WHY then please book a free 20 min call via www.calendly.com/amyrowlinson/enquirycall Please sign up for the weekly Friday Focus newsletter at https://www.amyrowlinson.com/subscribe-to-weekly-newsletter CONNECT WITH AMY https://www.instagram.com/focusonwhy/ https://www.instagram.com/amy.rowlinson/ https://www.facebook.com/RowlinsonAmy/ https://www.facebook.com/focusonwhy/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/focusonwhy/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/amyrowlinson/ HOSTED BY: Amy Rowlinson DISCLAIMER The views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast belong solely to the host and guest speakers. Please conduct your own due diligence.
Episode 20 is a continuation of the series entitled “What's Your Why?” and this episode features Pastor Paul Wingfield, of Grace Fellowship Church in Kingsport, TN. He also is apart of Nexus International where he has the unique opportunity to shepherd other youth pastors in Latin America.The “What's Your Why?” series aims to inspire people to find their why and purpose in life and in God. This series is designed to hear the stories of Pastors and Ministers who have discovered their why or are continuing to develop their why in life.“What's your Why?” airs weekly exclusively on One Faith's Facebook and YouTube Channels.Link to One Faith Social Media & Podcast Streaming Platforms: https://linktr.ee/onefaithFollow Pastor Paul Wingfield Below & if you can donate to his ministry!Website: http://www.pauljwingfield.com/Instagram - @p_wingfieldPodcast: https://anchor.fm/onemanhiswildernessMinistry: https://wildernessministry.org--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tj-mcknight/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tj-mcknight/support
A little trash talk is fun but this trash talk is something special. I sat down with AJ Galante who is the youngest GM in hockey history, taking over a minor pro team while still in high school! The Danbury Trashers, named after his fathers trash business, made a splash in a big way breaking into the UHL. Becoming the most penalized team in a single season league history, they employed plenty of toughness. This toughness included guys like Mirasty, Bialowas, Ndur, Wingfield, Peat, Rupp, Burnett, Richardson and even more! Hear about cell phone calls to the bench, section 102s fans with no mercy, hells horn, greased up jerseys and much more! Take a trip down minor pro hockey history with this infamous team and the GM behind it all, AJ Galante. So crack a beer, hide the women and children and get TRASHED (pun intended completely).
Adam Wingfield is the Managing Director of Innovative Logistics Group, LLC and has over 18 years of transportation industry experience. Adam has a deep love for improving the transportation industry through collaboration and growth knowing the importance of all sides of the spectrum in our industry! Connect with Adam via LinkedIn or his website: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adam-wingfield-012b523a/ https://innovativelogisticsgroupllc.com/
Travis is back and so are the Miami Dolphins. Training camp is set to get under way and we are taking a look at the tight end position, including the newest member of the Fins, Adam Shaheen. We'll break it down, from the position to the trade, discuss some other Dolphins roster news, NFL news, and the Wingfield's move to South Florida.
Jon and David talk about his work with the late great Charlie Murphy, retiring from comedy and a bunch more. It's over 90 minutes people, just listen! Ok, thanks. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theejondpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theejondpodcast/support
Blood Of Kings Highlander Podcast 131: PWFC "METHOS" Highlander Convention. Interview with PETER WINGFIELD & JIM BYRNES! Welcome Highlander Fans to Episode 131 of Blood of Kings: A Highlander Podcast - here on the Fandom Podcast Network. On this show, we cover everything from the Highlander Universe: Including the movies, the TV series, guest interviews, novels, audio books, comics, special events... and…Blood Of Kings Highlander Podcast 131: PWFC "METHOS" Highlander Convention. Interview with PETER WINGFIELD & JIM BYRNES! .... and more!On March 6-8, 2020 The Peter Wingfield Fan Club (PWFC) hosted the "PWFC Friendship Con with Peter Wingfield, Jim Byrnes and David Abramowitz at the LAX Los Angeles Marriott Hotel in California. The events began Friday evening, March 6 and ran through Sunday, March 8th. The events kicked off with a welcome party on Friday night, then panels, autographs, photos, auction, videos, and a musical party on Saturday and Sunday. The organizer of the event was PWFC President Rene Averett, and the MC of the weekend was Shawn Dempsey. Kevin, your Blood of Kings host attended the event and got a couple of great interviews. In this special episode of the Blood of Kings Highlander Podcast, Kevin interviews the guest of honor himself METHOS, Doctor PETER WINGFIELD with special guest JIM BYRNES (Joe Dawson)! We have the Methos and Joe show for you! Enjoy! Blood of Kings Contact Info: Kevin Reitzel on Twitter & Instagram: @spartan_phoenix Lee Fillingsness Social Media Contact Info:Twitter: @TheWayOfTheWay Instagram: @the_way_of_the_way You can contact us directly here:Email: BloodOfKingsPodcast@gmail.comTwitter: @BloodOfKingsPodInstagram: @BloodOfKingsPodcastBlood of Kings Highlander Fandom Facebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/1551389528504825/You can always find the Blood of Kings Podcast on the Fandom Podcast Network:• Fandom Podcast Network Master Feed: Fpnet.podbean.com • Blood Of Kings Master Feed: http://fpnet.podbean.com/category/blood-of-kings/• FPNet is on the Podbean app• Fandom Podcast Network is on: iTunes, Stitcher, Podbean, Google Play, Spotify and I Heart Radio.• Twitter & Instagram: @BloodOfKingsPod • Facebook: Blood of Kings: A Highlander Fandom Group• Facebook: Blood of Kings: A Highlander CCG (Collectible Card Game) PageTee Public Store:To get your own Blood of Kings T-shirts and other apparel, please visit our Blood of Kings store on Tee Public by searching "Fandom Podcast Network". Link: https://www.teepublic.com/user/fandompodcastnetworkApple Podcasts Reviews:Please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts so new fans can find us easier. Search "FANDOM PODCAST NETWORK" on Apple Podcasts, and leave a review for Blood of Kings. We LOVE 5 star reviews of course, but we love feedback in general! Please listen to our other awesome podcasts on the Fandom Podcast Network: Master Feed: https://fpnet.podbean.com/ Blood of Kings: A Highlander Podcast http://fpnet.podbean.com/category/blood-of-kings/ Culture Clash: The FPN Weekly Pop Culture Podcasthttp://fpnet.podbean.com/category/culture-clash/Couch Potato Theater: Our Favorite Cult Classic & Guilty Pleasure Movies Podcasthttp://fpnet.podbean.com/category/couch-potato-theater/Time Warp: The Fandom Flashback Podcasthttp://fpnet.podbean.com/category/time-warp/The Endzone: An (Unofficial) NFL Podcasthttp://fpnet.podbean.com/category/the-endzone/Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcasthttp://fpnet.podbean.com/…/good-evening-an-alfred-hitchcoc…/Union Federation Podcast: A Star Trek and The Orville Podcasthttps://fpnet.podbean.com/category/union-federationHair Metal: The 1980's Hair Metal Podcasthttps://fpnet.podbean.com/category/hair-metal/TYPE 40: A Doctor Who Podcasthttp://fpnet.podbean.com/category/type-40-the-fpnet-doctor-who-podcast/ Lethal Mullet: A 1980's Action Film Podcasthttp://fpnet.podbean.com/category/lethal-mullet What A Piece Of Junk: A Star Wars Podcasthttps://fpnet.podbean.com/category/what-a-piece-of-junk-a-star-wars-podcast… Making Treks: A Star Trek Podcast https://fpnet.podbean.com/category/Making-treks
Debra Wingfield is an Author, Speaker, and Trainer for family abuse prevention and intervention treatment. She practiced counseling for 25 years with domestic abuse victims, offenders, adults, and children from all types of dysfunctional family systems. She’s also provided family court advocacy since 1993 and would love to be able to train those within the court system about trauma. In this episode, Debra shares what the courts miss in cases of domestic abuse due to not being sufficiently trauma-informed, the societal impact that misconceptions about abuse can have, what it means for the rest of society if we don’t actually address these misconceptions and have the correct understanding about trauma, the difference between parenting with coercive control and parenting in a healthy way, and so much more.
On this day in Tudor history, 26th June 1596, soldier Sir John Wingfield was buried in the cathedral at Cadiz in southern Spain. Wingfield had been shot in the head in the attack on Cadiz on 21st June.John Stow recorded that at his funeral "the generalls threw their handkerchiefs wet from their eyes into the grave" and poet John Donne wrote "Farther than Wingfield, no man dares to go", but who was this courageous soldier? Find out more about him and how he died in today's talk from Claire Ridgway, author of "On This Day in Tudor History". You can see this podcast as a video at the following link:https://youtu.be/aq9WKNQtnds
Blood Of Kings Highlander Podcast 130: PWFC "METHOS" Highlander Convention. Interview with DAVID ABRAMOWITZ & PETER WINGFIELD!Welcome Highlander Fans to Episode 130 of Blood of Kings: A Highlander Podcast - here on the Fandom Podcast Network. On this show, we cover everything from the Highlander Universe: Including the movies, the TV series, guest interviews, novels, audio books, comics, special events... and…Blood Of Kings Highlander Podcast 130: PWFC "METHOS" Highlander Convention. Interview with DAVID ABRAMOWITZ & PETER WINFIELD! .... and more!On March 6-8, 2020 The Peter Wingfield Fan Club (PWFC) hosted the "PWFC Friendship Con with Peter Wingfield and Jim Byrnes at the LAX Los Angeles Marriott Hotel in California. The events began Friday evening, March 6 and ran through Sunday, March. The events kicked off with a welcome party on Friday night, then panels, autographs, photos, auction, videos, and a musical party on Saturday and Sunday. The organizer of the event was PWFC President Rene Averett, and the MC of the weekend was Shawn Dempsey. Kevin, your Blood of Kings host attended the event and got a couple of great interviews. In this special episode of the Blood of Kings Highlander Podcast, Kevin interviews Highlander Television Show head writer and creative consultant David Abramowitz! But that's not all! We were also joined by METHOS himself as Peter Wingfield also sat in on the interview, enjoy!Blood of Kings Contact Info:Kevin Reitzel on Twitter & Instagram: @spartan_phoenixLee Fillingsness Social Media Contact Info:Twitter: @TheWayOfTheWay Instagram: @the_way_of_the_wayYou can contact us directly here:Email: BloodOfKingsPodcast@gmail.comTwitter: @BloodOfKingsPodInstagram: @BloodOfKingsPodcastBlood of Kings Highlander Fandom Facebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/1551389528504825/You can always find the Blood of Kings Podcast on the Fandom Podcast Network:• Fandom Podcast Network Master Feed: Fpnet.podbean.com • Blood Of Kings Master Feed: http://fpnet.podbean.com/category/blood-of-kings/• FPNet is on the Podbean app• Fandom Podcast Network is on: iTunes, Stitcher, Podbean, Google Play, Spotify and I Heart Radio.• Twitter & Instagram: @BloodOfKingsPod • Facebook: Blood of Kings: A Highlander Fandom Group• Facebook: Blood of Kings: A Highlander CCG (Collectible Card Game) PageTee Public Store:To get your own Blood of Kings T-shirts and other apparel, please visit our Blood of Kings store on Tee Public by searching "Fandom Podcast Network". Link: https://www.teepublic.com/user/fandompodcastnetworkApple Podcasts Reviews:Please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts so new fans can find us easier. Search "FANDOM PODCAST NETWORK" on Apple Podcasts, and leave a review for Blood of Kings. We LOVE 5 star reviews of course, but we love feedback in general!Please listen to our other awesome podcasts on the Fandom Podcast Network:Master Feed: https://fpnet.podbean.com/ Blood of Kings: A Highlander Podcast http://fpnet.podbean.com/category/blood-of-kings/ Culture Clash: The FPN Weekly Pop Culture Podcasthttp://fpnet.podbean.com/category/culture-clash/Couch Potato Theater: Our Favorite Cult Classic & Guilty Pleasure Movies Podcasthttp://fpnet.podbean.com/category/couch-potato-theater/Time Warp: The Fandom Flashback Podcasthttp://fpnet.podbean.com/category/time-warp/The Endzone: An (Unofficial) NFL Podcasthttp://fpnet.podbean.com/category/the-endzone/Good Evening: An Alfred Hitchcock Podcasthttp://fpnet.podbean.com/…/good-evening-an-alfred-hitchcoc…/Union Federation Podcast: A Star Trek and The Orville Podcasthttps://fpnet.podbean.com/category/union-federationHair Metal: The 1980's Hair Metal Podcasthttps://fpnet.podbean.com/category/hair-metal/TYPE 40: A Doctor Who Podcasthttp://fpnet.podbean.com/category/type-40-the-fpnet-doctor-who-podcast/ Lethal Mullet: A 1980's Action Film Podcasthttp://fpnet.podbean.com/category/lethal-mulletWhat A Piece Of Junk: A Star Wars Podcasthttps://fpnet.podbean.com/category/what-a-piece-of-junk-a-star-wars-podcast…
Thank you to our VIP Sponsors! Special Thanks to our friends: Command Control Power has donated one month's Patreon income from Command Control Power to these three charities: Black Lives Matter, Communities United Against Police Brutality, and Campaign Zero. Please consider a donation if you would like to support one or more of these organizations. Topics: -This week we welcome back Richard Wingfield, Head Geek at Envision Design in Houston, TX. -Richard has talent in photography and has taken a picture a day on Instagram @rbwaia -Joe recommends a guided meditation app on iOS called Waking Up by Sam Harris. -Sam has experienced float tanks as a form of meditation and relaxation. -Working to calm your “monkey mind” can take practice. -Currently, Envision is only working with their clients in a remote capacity. -On the topic of photography, Joe mentions the Front Steps Project in Neeham, MA. -Richard discusses some of his key components in working with his clients in a managed services capacity, like Synology, Dropbox, Barracuda, etc. -As more of our clients work from home, we discover just how many only use their iPhone as a hotspot or those who are just stealing their neighbor’s wifi. -Most of Richard’s clients have been respectful of not having his team in and much of their staff is still mostly remote as well. -He did have one that needed onsite work to set up surveillance system for a client that just completed a new space as the pandemic hit. -Sam has a client that has had a very tough time with video conferencing, even though their network and ISP speeds are very stable. -Richard had suggested a device called Domotz to Sam, to investigate network related issues at his client. Richard installs Domotz at all of his clients as part of his services to them. Domotz has a hardware device that can be installed but even more handy is their Synology app. -Domotz charges $19/month per site and includes a powerful feature set for reporting, network topology, and device priority. -Richard put considerable effort into making billing changes in his company. In part, it was in response to clients not understanding what his monthly charges were for. In these changes, he split out costs for actual support time, called Consulting & Support and costs for items they may resell, called Software & Services. -These changes to his billing procedure helped, especially when clients may look to shop around. -Richard talks about minimum standards for signing and working with any new client. -Some clients only learn after something happens. -Syncing is not backup! -As a gesture to his clients, Richard and his company gave many hours on top of MSP support to assist remote setups. -Give a listen to Richard Wingfield’s new podcast, The Black Hole Cafe. He records the show with his daughter and the first episode is dedicated to coffee: https://www.theblackholecafe.com
So many of us are affected by the shutdown and closures due to COVID-19, and lots of people are wondering where to go from here. But the truth is, this is the time to learn what kind of value you can provide. Today I'm joined by Dr. Steven Wingfield to discuss what you should be doing now to find your biggest value points with your employees, team members, customers, and even vendors. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3dVhtE6
Welcome to the 4th Line Voice #EnforcerBasedPodcasting presented by The Hockey Podcast Network. Join Darren, a life long hockey fan as he journeys deep into the often misunderstood role of the hockey enforcer. Guests include fellow fight fans and former players who share their unique stories and perspective on the highs and lows of playing and performing the tough guy role. Episode 4: Sunday's "From the Vault" episode features Brad Wingfield! With some time spent in the LNAH...you know Brad is a tough S.O.B! Tune in Wednesday for a NEW episode. Website Coming Soon Follow us on Twitter @4thlinevoice @hockeypodnet thehockeypodcastnetwork.com Find out more at https://4th-line-voice-podcast.pinecast.co Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Aaron is missing his usual co-host, Jason, due to shift work. However, Mr. Will Wingfield was kind enough to come and guest host with the PragMedics. It is a diverse episode that covers various topics from several other episodes where Aaron and Will take the opportunity to chat about them. Will is a leader of flight education review courses and currently works as a Nurse Anesthetist in Texas. He talks about coming up through the ranks as to why he chose his career path and even tells a fantastic story. It is a must-listen. Also be sure to check out our Facebook page for an awesome giveaway! Check out the ResQ Shop for educational content! Follow the PragMedics on our website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram! As always, thank you for listening and supporting the show and check out our supporters MyMedic, Say Again Over, RTIC, BlackWolf Helicopters!
Jeff Lloyd and LO Dolphins host Travis Wingfield talk how the Dolphins are the new Browns. Loads of draft capital, looking for that franchise QB. Albeit with a twist, Brian Flores has his team fighting, and stringing together a W here and there. What does Miami have right now that can be a building block or two? Travis tells us if the Browns want to run at will they should be able to. What's left in that secondary is some fighters, but a lot of help is needed there as well TW tells us. We talk having 3 1st round picks. Wingfield mentions his QB of choice to rebuild, and goes gaga over names available with all that early action. #Browns #BakerMayfield #NickChubb #JoeSchobert #DenzelWard Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices