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    Straight Outta Cobham - A show about Chelsea
    Leeds, unfulfilled potential and cuddles with Le Saux

    Straight Outta Cobham - A show about Chelsea

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 54:27


    To Elland Road we go... Dom Fifield and Sam Parkin are alongside Matt Davies-Adams to look ahead to Chelsea's trip to Leeds on Sunday. The Athletic's Leeds writer Phil Hay pops along to give us the insight into Jesse Marsch's side and what the Blues can expect from their trip to Yorkshire. We've got the latest transfer chit chat handled - with a closer look at the potential deal to bring Anthony Gordon to Stamford Bridge - plus where Callum Hudson-Odoi may end up come the end of August. Plus - after the star-studded U21's were beaten comfortably by Fulham - there's reminiscing on appearances in the youth team gone by - and an interesting quiz with a Leeds flavour... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Brexitcast
    Who is Rishi Sunak?

    Brexitcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 40:28


    Who is Rishi Sunak? How have his politics been shaped by his education and jobs? How is he viewed in his Yorkshire constituency? What does he like to eat and drink apart from Coca-Cola? In this Newscast special Adam is joined by Rishi Sunak's friend, and fellow Conservative MP in Yorkshire, Kevin Hollinrake, podcaster Jimmy McLoughlin, who has known him since he became an MP, and Charlotte Ivers, Political Correspondent at Times Radio, to profile the man who might be our next prime minister. Today's episode was produced by Clare Williamson with Daniel Wittenberg and Alix Pickles. The technical producer was Emma Crowe. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.

    Canary Cry News Talk
    PSYOP QUEEN

    Canary Cry News Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 156:16


    Canary Cry News Talk #523 - 08.17.2022 - Recorded Live to Tape! PSYOP QUEEN - Nuke Sim Starve, Director of Doom, Tiger Resurrection Harvard: Index of MSM Ownership (Harvard.edu)   SHOW NOTES HELLO, RUN DOWN HOOK Study; Nuclear war between U.S. and Russia would kill 5 billion from starvation (CBS News) → The Study: Climate disruption simulation from nuclear war (Nature) →→ Want to survive nuclear war? Go to Argentina! (DailyMail) →→ Putin Ally Promotes Nuclear Strike on NATO to Counter Military Superiority (Newsweek)   DAY/PERSONAL/EXEC   FLIPPY UPDATE Deadly War Robot Showcased by Russia Is Actually a Pet Dog Bot (Newsweek)    PARTY TIME   PSYOP/QANON The ‘QAnon Queen' Told Her Followers to Arrest Cops. It Didn't Go Well (Vice)  → Queen Roman Didulo website → Telegram message from July 2021 Note: Vice ownership, Disney, A&E, Soros. This is a complete intelligence op   BREAK 1: TREASURE 1   TRUMP/POLYTICS DOJ says release of Mar-a-Lago affidavit would harm ongoing criminal probe (Politico)    CLIMATE/BEAST SYSTEM UK's first net-zero 'smart prison' in Yorkshire powered by solar energy (DailyMail)    BREAK 2: TREASURE 2   COVID (no commentary) CDC Director to make changes at CDC (CNBC) → CDC Announces Shake Up amidst Covid Response Criticism (NY1/AP) → CDC Director to make changes at CDC (CNBC) Summarized List of changes → Pfizer CEO Tests Positive for Covid With Mild Symptoms (Bloomberg) (Archive) → First lady tests positive for Covid (Politico)   Sewer Surveillance Anti-Vaccine Giddy at polio news (Ars-Technica)   BREAK 3: TALENT   SCIENCE/BIBLICAL → Scientists are planning the multimillion-dollar resurrection of the Tasmanian tiger (Guardian)  → Pig skin protein gives sight back to 14 blind people, three with perfect vision (CBS News)   BREAK 4: TIME END   This Episode was Produced By:   SIR DARRIN, KNIGHT OF THE HUNGRY PANDA'S   EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS PB&Jami Fuegostomper, Extinguisher of Fiery Darts   Producers Chad J, Darrin S, MORV, Sir JC Knight of the Technosquatch, Sir Sigrah the Beast, Sir LX Protocol V2 Knight of the Berrian Protocol, Gail M, Sir Scott Knight of Truth, Veronica D, Sir Casey the Shield Knight, Marie C   Audio Production MartyB Kalub   Visual Art Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation Sir Dove Knight of Rusbeltia   MICROFICTION Runksmash - Basil, after ending the final episode of CCNT, dives deep into the Metaverse to track down Rooster at the digital ruins on the seven hills. Midway through his plea to Rooster Basil's avatar freezes and disappears as his headset smashes on the ground.   The Sentinel - Jonny Kael completes his final lap, he zooms by Basil and snatches one of his two white flags. Jonny is now only one flag away from being the Alpha-Boi Supreme. He turns to his Skatanic Master John Grease who is watching from the crowd, hoping to receive even the smallest gesture of approval. He receives none. His hatred deepens. Only the cold words “Finish him.” reach the boy's ears. Jonny Kael turns back towards Basil, charging him like an angry bull. Basil is on one knee. He sees Jonny coming straight towards him and at the last moment dives out of the way. The crowd gasps. Basil stands up… his back to the Alpha-Boi, a black flag in his hand.    CLIP PRODUCER Emsworth, FaeLivrin   TIMESTAPERS Jackie U, Jade Bouncerson, Christine C, Pocojoyo   SOCIAL MEDIA DOERS Dame MissG of the OV and Deep Rivers   LINKS HELP JAM   ADDITIONAL STORIES OK Google, get me a Coke: AI giant demos soda-fetching robots (Reuters) (Archive) Scientists plan the resurrection of an animal that's been extinct since 1936 (CTV News)  Bioengineered corneal tissue for minimally invasive vision restoration (nature)  Russia warns of ‘direct military clash' with US (RT)  “I tried Womanhood's Barista AI bra fitting and the results were surprising” (Stylist)  The Crypto Geniuses Who Vaporized a Trillion Dollars: Three Arrows Capital (NY Magazine) Computational Archeology reveals Mysterious Stone Secret in Saudi Arabia (AAWSAT) Ice core pulled up in Antarctica ‘contains air from five million years ago' (Yahoo UK) Bill Gates' company TerraPower raises $750 million for nuclear medicine and energy (CNBC)   

    The Grave Talks | Haunted, Paranormal & Supernatural
    The Haunted Park Hotel | A Conversation With Andy Moore

    The Grave Talks | Haunted, Paranormal & Supernatural

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 34:18 Very Popular


    In the 1800's, the railway system linked all the Yorkshire towns, enabling The Park Hotel to thrive as a seaside resort destination for mill workers living in nearby areas like West Yorkshire and Bradford.  The Park Hotel was in its heyday during this time, many stars stayed here as a base for their performances.  According to Andy Moore, it wasn't all fun and games though. He believes the hotel was home to very dark and satanic rituals that may have even resulted in sacrificial murder. Today we hear the story of The Park Hotel.   PART 2 - AVAILABLE TO GRAVE KEEPERS ONLY - LISTEN HERE In part two of our interview, available only to Grave Keepers, we discuss: What spirits haunt the Falcon Hotel?  How did the physical appearance of fellow investigators change while on the investigation?  What kind of message of suffering, did a specific spirit try to communicate to the living at the Falcon?  As a Grave Keeper, for $5 per month you will get: Access to every episode of our show, AD-FREE – MONTHS BEFORE THEY GO PUBLIC. Access to every EXCLUSIVE PART 2 episode of our show for Grave Keeper Only! Access to submit questions to upcoming guests of our show. The “good feeling” knowing that you are keeping this show alive (It really does feel good!) Listen to part two of this interview and get exclusive access to HUNDREDS of bonus episodes at http://www.patreon.com/thegravetalks Microdose Gummies are available nationwide. ● To learn more about microdosing THC go to Microdose.com and use code: grave to get free shipping & 30% off your first order.

    UFOs and Aliens
    UFOs Are NOT What You Think They Are!! Why This Should Concern You. Paul Ascough

    UFOs and Aliens

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 98:06 Very Popular


    Paul Ascough covers a multitude of subjects from UFO abductions to the paranormal, how they can overlap and this will leave the reader in no doubt, that truly strange encounters occur and how theycan intrude into our daily lives wherever you are. Paul Ascough was a member of the British UFO Research Association (BUFORA) for many years and uses over 50 years of experiencein ufology to bring a better understanding to these fascinating subjects, showing that the truthreally is out there.https://www.truthseekah.com/paul-ascough/Paul Ascough has lived in Yorkshire all his life and investigated the phenomenon of UFOs and the paranormal for over 50 years. To give the reader a little more of my professional background, I have been in the medical field all my working life. I left school and attended college as a Nurse Cadet with my SRN training, then an Occupational Nurse for the National Coal Board, followed by being a British Army medic. Finally, my last employment was as a Paramedic in ‘God's own country' of Yorkshire until my recent retirement. I joined the British Army as an infantry medic, rising to the dizzy heights of Staff Sergeant and seeing service in many countries, both as a regular soldier and in the Territorial Army. Paul Ascoughis a former paramedic in both the NHS and the British Army. He has been involved in UFO research for over 50 years.

    Confidence Mastery: Unlock Your Life Podcast
    How to Live the Anti-hustle Life with Keeley Simpson

    Confidence Mastery: Unlock Your Life Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 48:55


    Following a traumatic brain injury Keeley has changed her life and the journey she is on completely, she is the anti-hustle entrepreneur, creating and managing various businesses to create a lifestyle of 'Wealth without the hustle'. Her mission is to show the world that everyone can achieve a better lifestyle using techniques that enable them to work smarter not harder and design a life with more time to spend doing the things they love, earning more and having more freedom, listen in and hear how and why we are all special   KEY TAKEAWAYS I had to think about self-care and a singular focus Anti-hustle is about being able to do things smarter and in a better way Inner confidence is the most important thing Starting to see and hear other inspirational people and finding a purpose changed everything Life isn't comfortable its uncomfortable and you have to learn to get out of your comfort zone to grow and learn Look at what you can do and want to do in your life, there are people who can help You only live your life once and you need to live your own life for you The moment you stop caring about what everyone thinks the people who care about you stay and anyone else fades away You need to show the real authentic you to everyone else I have online transition training to help people with making the change You need a balance in life and the anti-hustle way of life is all about how to achieve this   BEST MOMENTS ‘Getting back to confidence has been my hardest thing' ‘If I'd had someone helping me it would have made a huge difference' ‘I'm regularly approached by people who ask for my help'    VALUABLE RESOURCES http://www.nataliearabella.com/ Confidence Mastery Podcast  7 Step Confidently Wealthy Program   http://Bit.ly/GSElite  http://Bit.ly/bimapply https://nataliearabella.com/rockstarconfidence/  https://bit.ly/121withnatalie     https://www.instagram.com/keeleydsimpson/ https://www.facebook.com/keeley.simpson.79 https://www.facebook.com/simpsonkeeleyd https://www.linkedin.com/in/keeley-d-simpson/ https://anti-hustlelife.blogspot.com/ https://antihustleentrepreneur.co.uk     ABOUT THE GUEST Keeley Simpson is the anti-hustle entrepreneur, creating and managing various businesses to create a lifestyle of 'Wealth without the hustle'. Her mission is to show the world that everyone can achieve a better lifestyle using techniques that enable them to work smarter not harder and design a life with more time to spend doing the things they love, earning more and having more freedom  Entrepreneur, Investor, Property Sourcer, Mentor and trainer, online marketer, and soon-to-launch Podcaster – helping others use the systems she's developed to do the same 6 years ago Keeley was a hustler in every sense. She had a successful 15-year career in Sales and Marketing both nationally and globally. Living in London with time in France, Spain and Italy, she was living a life that from the outside looked idyllic - glamorous, successful, and financially secure but in reality was exhausting, stressful, and highly geared towards working as hard and as long as needed to achieve and maintain her lifestyle. In 2016, a serious car accident with a heavy goods vehicle changed her life 360 degrees. Keeley was left with a traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, Chronic fatigue, depression and cognitive difficulties. Unable to continue the life she had built due to ongoing physical and mental illness, Keeley left her corporate life behind and focused on the daily battle to create a new life, balancing health with wealth on her terms. Now living back in her home county of Yorkshire, 20 years on, with family on hand, a slower pace of life and determined to regain her independence and financial security, Keeley has made it her goal to realign her lifestyle by managing her chronic illness alongside her various businesses and creating an anti-hustle system to makes this work. CONTACT DETAILS https://www.instagram.com/keeleydsimpson/ https://www.facebook.com/keeley.simpson.79 https://www.facebook.com/simpsonkeeleyd https://www.linkedin.com/in/keeley-d-simpson/ https://anti-hustlelife.blogspot.com/ https://antihustleentrepreneur.co.uk   ABOUT THE HOST Natalie Bailey is a Property Developer and Confidence Coach. Having over 10 years' experience in running businesses, from Bars to Gyms and now builds houses with her business partner and Mum. She helps others be more confident and successful in health, wealth & happiness with kick-ass coaching at Gold Star Life. On a mission to help combat loneliness with the Better Together message, she helps busy, lost, and stuck entrepreneurs to truly connect with themselves, find their Rock Star Status and elevate their lives through her online Rock Star Confidence Coaching Programme, bespoke 121 coaching and group Masterminds. Also a Retreat Host, living between Mallorca, Barbados, and England, she embodies everything she teaches. With a background in Personal Training, health and fitness is high on the agenda, with wealth creation and happiness going hand in hand to create a confident and successful life. Check out www.nataliearabella.com for more information and coaching plans   CONTACT METHOD FACEBOOK- https://www.facebook.com/nataliearabellabailey LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/nataliegoldstarbep/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/nataliearabellabailey/ Clubhouse- https://www.clubhouse.com/@nataliearabella TikTok- https://www.tiktok.com/@nataliearabellab                              See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Kitchen Cabinet
    York

    The Kitchen Cabinet

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 27:40 Very Popular


    Jay Rayner hosts the culinary panel programme from York. On this week's panel are Rachel McCormack, Jeremy Pang, Paula McIntyre and Dr Annie Gray. This week the panellists talk Yorkshire puddings and discuss which size tray is best. They also debate whether white chocolate is really chocolate, and Nestlé archivist Alex Hutchinson is on hand to explain the origins of this divisive confectionary. The team is joined by Suzy Garraghan, Tea Buyer for Bettys and Taylors of Harrogate, who discusses how they select the best tea to suit the local Yorkshire water, and the panel shares its favourite tea-based recipes. Producer - Dominic Tyerman Assistant Producer - Bethany Hocken A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4

    Obstacle Racing Media Podcast
    Concluding Tough Mudder Yorkshire

    Obstacle Racing Media Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 45:30 Very Popular


    OCR Twins Aston and Jay Hearle plus Matt Brooke of Europe Tough Mudder/Spartan. New obstacle racing discord Support Us On Patreon ORM YouTube Channel  Intro  Music – Paul B. Outro Music – Brian Revels Today's show is sponsored by: Barbados Adventure Race – Have an awesome RaceCation on December 3rd in the Caribbean. 3K and 10K options. Code ORM for 10 percent off. MyZone - It's time to switch things up. Reward your effort to feel good about fitness and physical activity. Join the social MEPwork with MyZone! Listen to your favorite player.

    Alexi Lalas’ State of the Union Podcast
    Record-breaking MLS Saturday, Yanks of Yorkshire & opening English Premier League weekend

    Alexi Lalas’ State of the Union Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 86:03 Very Popular


    We kick off the show by diving into the first week of English Premiere League action where Leeds United has Americans excited. Brenden Aaronson, Tyler Adams and Jesse Marsch got the party started with a 2-1 win over Wolves. Are Spurs and Arsenal the best two teams behind Liverpool and Manchester City? We also chat Messi's unreal goal and Lewandowski getting on the scoresheet at Camp Nou.Across the pond, MLS teams scored the most goals in a single day in league history. Does Brandon Vazquez make the plane to Qatar? What do we make of a tight Eastern Conference playoff race? In our #AskAlexi segment, the guys answer questions on loan and transfer, MLS vs Liga MX friendlies & the one league you would follow for a year if you could only follow one.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The 'X' Zone Radio Show
    Rob McConnell Interviews - JAMES ABBOTT - The Outsider's Guide to UFOs

    The 'X' Zone Radio Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 46:47


    Following a short scholarship to Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, Abbott completed a bachelor's degree in politics and economics at the University of York, England and later researched a master's thesis at the University of Cambridge on global trade in the aerospace industry. His career has encompassed time in the aerospace sector, marketing, university teaching and commercial research. He's written and contributed to around a dozen academic books on political theory, business, several editions on applied economics, and countless lengthy reports including a good few on the aerospace industry. His greatest professional love is research; having the view that there aren't that many jobs in which one gets paid for having fun, but that's what research is like for him. Abbott is a member of the Market Research Society, the Chartered Institute for Human Resources, and the British Interplanetary Society, and lives with his wife in Yorkshire, England. Website: www.jamestabbott.com

    Cricket Badger Podcast
    522: Adrian Rollins, Racism in cricket and how we can make the game inclusive

    Cricket Badger Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 60:53 Very Popular


    Former Derbyshire and Northamptonshire player Adrian Rollins joins James Buttler to chat about his experiences of racism in cricket, his thoughts on the current scandals in Yorkshire and Scotland, and what we need to do to make the game more inclusive. The current Cricket Badger Podcasts are brought to you in association with Manscaped - quote 'BADGER' to get discounts and free shipping! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Koko Sleep - Kids Bedtime Stories & Meditations
    Young Macdonald Had A Farm

    Koko Sleep - Kids Bedtime Stories & Meditations

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 30:07 Very Popular


    Tonight, meet young George Macdonald as he tends to his animal friends on his little farm in the rolling hills of Yorkshire. Join him as he gathers eggs, helps to give the sheep a haircut, and plays with his best friend, Pebbles the piglet. Abbe, as always, will start tonight's episode with a quick introduction to help your little ones get cosy before she begins reading the relaxing bedtime story, written especially for children and accompanied by calming sleep music. This magical mix will help your kids sleep tight, all through the night. Subscribe today so you don't miss the next episode.

    Gardening with Ben
    Where it all began at the allotment and garden

    Gardening with Ben

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 23:09


    Join Gardening with Ben as he talks about how he got into gardening, why he got an allotment, and how Gardening with Ben started. Listen to today's Gardening allotment podcast.Support Gardening With Ben- Subscribe to our podcasts to stay notified of new episodes.- Check out our merch shop where we have some fantastic gardening hoodies and t-shirts:-www.gardenandallotment.com/shop- Why not check out 2nd Gardening Podcast Channel called Gardening and Allotment Tips:-https://open.spotify.com/show/5WkDHSwgDbEnKDW00dXDiF?si=c3f0090c89ee48a5

    Kicking & Streaming
    The Secret Garden or: How I Learned About the Winter of Grief

    Kicking & Streaming

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 91:01


    For the first episode of Carie's birthday month, the siblings cover a beloved childhood favorite, The Secret Garden (1993), the story of Mary Lennox, who goes to live with her reclusive uncle on the Yorkshire moors and finds a secret garden once owned by her late aunt. Ross gets strength from the growth and rebirth elements of the movie, while Carie lauds the empowering message the story sends to children, especially little girls.  Our Patreon  Copyright 2022 Sorry Mom Productions 

    Own The Build
    How to prove variations: a lawyer's 5-step guide (EP 79)

    Own The Build

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 38:41


    In this highly insightful episode, Paul is again joined by Michael Downes, a Solicitor/Construction Expert at Gordons LLP, a law firm from Yorkshire. In this conversation, Paul and Michael discuss what variations are, the rules for valuing variations and how best to manage the process to ensure you protect your profit margin.Head to www.get.c-link.com/podcast to learn how you can save a minimum of 5% against budget construction costs on your next project. You can also subscribe to our blog to stay updated with the latest resources, articles, videos, and audio from C-Link.Own The Build now has its very own Youtube channel! Head over there to check out short clips of our previous episodes plus bonus video content from some of our favourite episodes. Make sure to subscribe to stay updated with our latest videos, and whilst you're there, don't forget to drop our videos some likes!The Own The Build podcast is brought to you by C-Link and is hosted by Paul Heming.

    American Revolution Podcast
    ARP252 Gordon Riots

    American Revolution Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 30:35


    As the cost of war takes its toll in England, group of voters in Yorkshire create an Association to question the King's role in running the Government.  A mob burns London to protest wartime laws allowing granting Catholics additional rights, including that of enlistment in the Army. Blog https://blog.AmRevPodcast.com includes a complete transcript, as well as pictures, and links related to this week's episode. Book Recommendation of the Week: King Mob: The Story of Lord George Gordon and the Riots of 1780, by Christopher Hibbert Online Recommendation of the Week: A state of the representation of the people of England, on the principles of Mr. Pitt in 1785; with an annexed state of additional propositions, by the Rev. Christopher Wyvill: https://archive.org/details/stateofrepresent00wyvi Join the Facebook group, American Revolution Podcast: https://www.facebook.com/groups/132651894048271 Follow the podcast on Twitter @AmRevPodcast Join the podcast mail list: https://mailchi.mp/d3445a9cd244/american-revolution-podcast-by-michael-troy  ARP T-shirts and other merch: http://tee.pub/lic/AmRevPodcast Support this podcast on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/AmRevPodcast or via PayPal http://paypal.me/AmRevPodcast

    Rotherham Evangelical Church

    Date: 7 August 2022Series: Our Father in Heaven - The Lord's PrayerSpeaker: Ian Jones

    STAGES with Peter Eyers
    ‘Got the Time and the Place and I got Rhythm' - Song and Dance Man; Jack Webster - Part 2

    STAGES with Peter Eyers

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 85:53


    Jack Webster figures prominently in the history of Musical Theatre in Australia. His cheeky charm and undoubted ability as a song & dance man have endeared him to audiences over several decades, in an impressive list of celebrated productions. Each has demonstrated an artist possessed of seductive powers and an innate sense of theatre. Any wonder he is considered one of our first triple-threat performers. Jack was born in Yorkshire, England. He has danced in many British television shows with such people as Tom Jones, Cilla Black and Cliff Richard. He has danced all over Europe and appeared in television specials for Eurovision in Berlin and Amsterdam. Jack has worked with Jack Benny and Val Doonican at the London Palladium. His West End stage experience extends to the musicals Mr & Mrs and Promises, Promises; in which he shared the stage with Betty Buckley and Donna McKechnie. Jack can also be seen in the in the film versions of Oliver! (an Oscar winner for Best Film) and Scrooge. In 1970 he came to Australia and appeared with Jill Perryman and Johnny Lockwood in When We Are Married and with Toni Lamond in Anything Goes. Joining J.C. Williamson's he was in the cast of No, No, Nanette and Irene. Jack has danced with Ronne Arnold's Dance Company and worked with Carol Channing during her Australian visit in 1972. Jack achieved considerable success with the role of Tulsa in the original Australian production of Gypsy. A role he owes to JC Williamson's Matriarch, Betty Pounder who recognised and nurtured a talent in Jack to embrace the spotlight. Jack forged forth completing a grand list of character roles in A Chorus Line, Chicago, Annie, Dames at Sea, The Pirates of Penzance, Jolson, Funny Girl, Follies, Mary Poppins - and a show that would take him back to the West End - Hot Shoe Shuffle. Other stage credits include; The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, Run For Your Wife, Black Comedy, When We Are Married, Oh Coward! and Stepping Out. In 2003 Jack was honoured to be a guest artist with the Sydney Dance Co. in Graham Murphy's Tivoli. Jack is a well established choreographer and his credits include The Venetian Twins, Nunsense, Annie and Jesus Christ Superstar. It is an impressive career that Jack has navigated with style and class. He is respected, reliable and always brilliant! The STAGES podcast is available to access and subscribe from Spotify, Apple podcasts and from wherever you access your favourite podcasts. A conversation with creatives about craft and career. Recipient of Best New Podcast at 2019 Australian Podcast Awards. Follow socials on instagram (stagespodcast) and facebook (Stages). www.stagespodcast.com.au

    Keep Calm And Cauliflower Cheese
    Tea Challenge:Yorkshire Vs Tips, Spittoon dumping, Best Biscuit Dunker, Dirty Texting Finger, Trotsky giveaway.

    Keep Calm And Cauliflower Cheese

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 41:29


    Tea Challenge:Yorkshire Vs Tips, Spittoon dumping, Best Biscuit Dunker, Dirty Texting Finger, Trotsky giveaway.

    Inside Yorkshire Podcast
    #3/8 Access the Dales with Debbie North

    Inside Yorkshire Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 39:24


    This episode features Debbie North, founder of Access the Dales, who, since becoming a wheelchair user, has campaigned tirelessly to break down barriers in all aspects of promoting accessibility for all. After discovering in 2008 that she needed spinal surgery and fearing that she would never be able to walk on the fells again Debbie initially became despondent. Coping with such a changed life now confined to her wheelchair she began writing a blog about the challenges she was facing and called it Access the Dales. This prompted an offer from a friend to get her up to Goredale Scar in her wheelchair and that then inspired Debbie and her husband Andy to begin more challenges and start, as they called it, "making the inaccessible accessible". A coast to coast walk, St Bees to Robin Hoods Bay in 2015 was a huge achievement with Debbie in an All Terrain Hopper and resulted in a book about their journey-  In the spirit of Wainwright. They had walked the coast to coast path twice before Debbies surgery and each time in passing noticed a lovely house near Nateby. They were thrilled to hear that it was up for rent and it then became their new home in 2017. Andy's untimely death in June 2021 hasnt stopped Debbie from forging forward with the plans that they had made together, setting up a charity in Andy's memory and calling it after her blog - Access the Dales. It has just been announced that she has been made a Cabinet Office Disability and Access Ambassador for the countryside.  Ambassadors use their influential status as business leaders, to drive improvements to the accessability and quality of services and facilities in their sector for disabled people, as consumers and employees. They also work together as a group to galvanise and encourage accessability generally across the private sector, and work on projects of joint benefit. Valuable Resources: Website: https://access-the-dales.com Email: accessthedales@gmail.com Telephone: 07715964621 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/accessthedales Instagram: @accessthedales Twitter: @debbienorth29 and @accessthedales About the Host: Susan is actively involved in promoting Yorkshire businesses with audio production and  on social media, as well as sharing her love of the area where she lives. She moved to the dales over 30 years ago and is passionate about the county she has adopted as her home. Never ceasing to be amazed at the wealth of talent ‘Inside Yorkshire' Susan shares news and views, interviewing some of the inspirational people who reside there. Contact Method for Inside Yorkshire  Susan Baty-Symes www.insideyorkshire.co.uk susan@insideyorkshire.co.uk Instagram-  @susaninsideyorkshire Facebook-  @InsideYorkshire See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    AHDB
    354: AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds: Digital Grain Passport

    AHDB

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 25:43


    In this Food and Farming Podcast, John Bates examines the introduction of a Digital Grain Passport with guests George Mason from Heygates Flour Millers, Ed Ford from Dyson Farming, James Mills, a Yorkshire grower and NFU Combinable Crop Board member and Derek Carless, Head of Farm Economics at AHDB.  This podcast will examine where the idea for a digital grain passport came from and its benefits to the levy payers and others. As well as discussing the benefits and challenges expressed by the NFU Combinable Crop Board and reviewing the next steps with future projects coming up in September and October. In addition, looking at the cost-benefit analysis work conducted to ensure it is valuable to the levy payers. Useful links: Time to go digital Digital grain passport The benefits of a digital grain passport Feedback We'd love to know what you think of our podcasts. If you'd like to give your feedback, please complete our short questionnaire, which will help us to improve the podcast on an ongoing basis, or email: foodandfarming@ahdb.org.uk.    This episode was produced and edited by Chloe Kimberley, Marcomms Executive (Cereals & Oilseeds). Update Description

    Run to the Hills
    Episode 101 - Gary's Lakeland 100 Story

    Run to the Hills

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 72:38


    Episode 101 - Gary's Lakeland 100 StoryThis week Eddie @edwinasutton grills Gary @garythwaites2498 and finds out all about his recent Lakeland 100 ultra marathon experience. We opened up the questions to our community and did our best to answer then all. Will Gary try again or is twice enough on the Lakeland 100 course. Hope you all enjoy the chat.Each week we'll bring you interviews with runners from the front, back and middle of the pack. We'll share training advice, nutrition advice and kit reviews too. We'll talk about current running stories and stories from inspirational people who we feel you might be interested in.This podcast is available to listen to at Spotify and Apple Podcasts too. Links below.https://open.spotify.com/show/2HlWHlGA8D6ifm1TmnP2Kthttps://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/run-to-the-hills/id1504643103YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaUcGDYF8919iZSDC8uV9xgFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1005937909821744Blog - https://www.chiacharge.co.uk/​blogs/newsTwitter - https://twitter.com/run_tothehillsStrava - https://www.strava.com/clubs/runtothehillspodcastInstagram -  https://www.instagram.com/runtothehillswithchiacharge/?hl=enStrava - https://www.strava.com/clubs/runtothehillspodcastChia Charge - Since 2012 Chia Charge has been making sports nutrition which not only helps you perform better but tastes great too. You won't find any oddities in our Yorkshire baked flapjacks either, just good honest kitchen cupboard ingredients that make you move and feel great.

    RHLSTP with Richard Herring
    RHLSTP 392 - Daliso Chaponda

    RHLSTP with Richard Herring

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 52:26


    #392 Pegged - RHLSTP has travelled to Yorkshire to be part of the Deershed festival and is taking place at the unGodly hour of 11.10pm, but at least it's Gareth's birthday. Richard's guest is Malawian comic and bronze medal winner of Britain's Got Talent, Daliso Chaponda. They discuss the weirdness of performing at festivals, what it's like to play a Royal Variety show with no audience, believing in everything, which is the best angel, dinosaur fellatio and the inexplicably different experiences Daliso and Richard have had with the police. Plus they address the rumours about a certain eminent personage (not that one) and a sexual technique that Richard had to google before the show, but which the mum on the front row definitely didn't want discussed in front of her kids. Some classic EQs and audience requests.SUPPORT THE SHOW!Watch our TWITCH CHANNELSee extra content at our WEBSITESee details of the RHLSTP TOUR DATES See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/rhlstp.

    Steamy Stories Podcast
    Summer of '65: Part 1English boarding school boy shares a lake,...

    Steamy Stories Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022


    Summer of '65: Part 1English boarding school boy shares a lake, and more.By Slowandeasy47 - Listen to the Podcast at Steamy Stories.The closeted life of a boy's boarding school in Yorkshire, with its Dickensian regime, and early morning runs, had ill prepared me for contact with the opposite sex. I knew the physical differences of course, Harrison Marks and Health and Efficiency were the sex educators for boys in the early nineteen sixties.So what did we know way back then. Well, Health and Efficiency had ensured we knew about breasts, that they came in different shapes and sizes and they almost always involved the throwing of a beach ball at some nudist camp.How he ever managed to get those pictures in our climate completely eluded us but that didn't matter. We had pictures of breasts, or tits as we called them. The word boobs was years away in the future.It was the lower half of the pictures that failed us, the men always had their backs to the camera and the girls just had a uniform, airbrushed area between their legs. Not a pubic hair in sight, and certainly no hint of a vagina. Did girls grow pubic hair? We didn't know for sure, and what went on between their legs was a complete mystery.Actually, in the mid sixties, that was pretty irrelevant as our interest was focused on breasts. We all longed to touch one, to feel its texture and marvel at it, was it soft and squishy, or was it firm and hard? The thought of actual sex was still considered as something girls would allow only once they were married, as an unwanted pregnancy was going to ruin both your lives. It certainly never occurred to us that girls might enjoy it.By now you must be getting a picture of the public face of sex in the early sixties. Among teenage boys there was no knowledge, no porn worthy the name, not even soft core magazines, and definitely no internet. We hoped for a fumble at a party, and the absolute height of our ambition was to be allowed to feel inside her panties, but that was less likely than a moon landing then. Actually just to touch the thigh above the silken top of her stockings was the stuff of many a masturbation fantasy and masturbation was something we were quite expert at.Term had just ended and I was looking forward to the long summer holiday in my new home. While I was at school my parents had moved to a remote corner of the countryside, six miles from the nearest village and with very few other houses around. It was not only remote, it was actually an island.It all sounds very Robinson Crusoe but it wasn't really like that. Several other families lived on the island which was joined to the mainland by a causeway. There was plenty to explore and do, including an old monastery, rabbits to shoot at, if not actually hit, boats to mess about in and so on. So life for a teenage boy was pretty good and it was about to get a whole lot better.Walking over the hills one sunny afternoon I was hailed by a female voice.“Shot anything then?”“No,” I replied. “I'm much better at hitting bottles than rabbits.” And that is how I first met Jenna. Jenna was short and petite with a beguiling smile that produced dimples in both cheeks. Her very dark hair framed her boyish face and her eyes sparkled.I, of course, was just about completely tongue tied. This apparition was a girl! A girl who was chatting to me as if we came from the same planet, which in those days, we most certainly did not. Anyway, somehow I got over the shock of talking to a real girl. We introduced ourselves and over the next few weeks actually became friends.We walked over the hills together, boated together and spent a lot of time in each other's company. We were the only two youngsters, of our age group, for miles around.Late in July, Jenna suggested we take the boat to one of the many other islands for a picnic. Most of these islands could be walked around in an hour, had ruins of long forgotten farms and were simply fun to explore. A little more Robinson Crusoe, if you like.It was a stunning day with clear blue skies and the promise of being a real scorcher. I naturally, took a big towel and my swimming trunks along with our fairly rudimentary picnic.We got into our craft, which was little more than a fibreglass rowing boat with a tiny outboard engine, and put putted for about fifteen minutes to the largest of the nearby islands. I, of course, as the boy, sat at the back in control while Jenna lolled about in the bow trailing her hand in the water.I tried not to look. I tried so hard not to look, but there was an awful lot of leg on display right up to the frayed edges of her skimpy shorts, and my mind set about wondering what went on just out of my sight. What was it that was only just hidden by those shorts?I realised my thoughts were running away with me as I felt the stirring of an erection. Oh no! Fuck it, please no. Not now. Not here. So I looked around at the scenery, the water, actually anything that would take my mind of those silken thighs.It worked: just, and by the time we reached our destination my penis was behaving itself. This could have been such a disaster as Jenna was my only friend and she was really good company. She was also very self assured, which I put down to her being a couple of yeas older than me.We ‘explored' the island, wandering through the deserted ruins, wondering who lived here, when and what they did for a living. The island was so small it can hardly have provided an income. We ate our rudimentary picnic in the sun, sheltered from the breeze coming up the lough, by the corner of a ruined barn and chatted idly about nothing in particular.It was a hot sultry afternoon and I don't remember who made the suggestion, but it was agreed that a swim would be a really good idea, to cool off. The lough was hardly known for its warm waters as most of it was replaced each high tide by water straight out of the ocean, but it would certainly cool us.So we went for a swim, after modestly changing into our swimming kit with the aid of large towels and convenient walls. The water was cold: bloody cold, hardly surprising in mid July, but what had seemed like a great idea quickly turned into something of a torture session.We swam around for a while and, as expected, the water was freezing.“Bit refreshing!” Said Jenna, as she made a few powerful strokes away from the rocky shore, “in fact a little too refreshing for me.” And she struck out for the shallows again. I, not being conscious of any etiquette, got to the shore first.She struggled a bit over the larges pebbles and, as she passed me, I couldn't help noticing how much her nipples were sticking out. I'd never heard of this phenomenon before and certainly never witnessed it. I was fascinated: too fascinated.“Hey! Stop staring at my tits will you.”“I wasn't.” I lied, somewhat unconvincingly.“You were too! I saw you. Eyes out on stalks!”“No really.” I blustered trying vainly to cover my embarrassment.I had grown very fond of Jenna, in a brotherly way. OK I admit it: I fancied her but I wasn't about to ruin our friendship by being stupid.I loved spending time with her: she was so worldly, such fun to be with and now I was in danger of spoiling it all just by ogling her tits. Her rather delightful, and obviously delicious looking, tempting to touch, young tits.“Actually, I was. I'm sorry. You just took me by surprise. I'm really sorry. I'm such a wolly.”“Don't worry. It's no big deal. It's not as if I was naked or you were peeking at me getting changed or anything.”That, of course, sent the image of her standing there dripping wet totally naked, dancing through my brain. What were those lovely little breasts like to ogle or even to touch? What went on between her legs? What did a vagina look like in real life?My day dream would have had a disastrous effect on my cock had the water not been so cold. I climbed out and we dried ourselves off. We spread our towels out, side by side, on the long grass in order to warm up with a bit of sunbathing.“Anyway, it's natural to be curious,” she continued, “it wouldn't be normal not to look.” The relief at being let off the hook was enormous and I stammered something inane before she came out with.“So what do you call a man looking at a naked girl?” She continued. The brazenness of the question took me by surprise and I failed to register that it was a joke.“Don't know.”“Anything you like! He's not listening.” She chortled at her own wit and I joined in. She lay face down on her towel and unhooked the top of her bikini. This was too much, I immediately rolled on to my stomach so as not to reveal my growing excitement. “No peeking at my tits now.”“No of course not.”“Lying bastard!”“Jenna?”“Yea?”“How come you're so confident and relaxed?”“What do you mean?”“Well you just caught me ogling you and now you're making it a bit of a joke.”“Probably because you are a bit prudish.”“Prudish! Me?”“Yes you. You were ogling my tits and then tried to deny it. I've got tits, you haven't, you're curious. So what's so wrong with that. Don't think I haven't taken a peek at the front of your swimming trunks from time to time. Anyway I know things about boys from Paula.”“Paula?”“Paula is my big sister. She's six years older than me and we chat. You know girl stuff.”“Mmmm?”“Paula got married a year ago and we still chat about girl stuff.”“Mmmmm?.”“I'll tell you more, if you tell me stuff about you.”“What sort of stuff?”“Well I'll tell you about my chats with Paula if you promise to keep it a secret for the rest of your life and if you tell me, absolutely honestly, the answer to the next questions. OK?”“Sure.” I said feeling a little vulnerable but a too curious to turn down such an offer.“Paula told me that the doctor gave her the pill just before she got married and that when they went on honeymoon they did it all the time. First thing in the morning, last thing at night and several times in between. She said the feelings were fantastic and much better than just touching yourself.”I am lying on my stomach, next to a pretty girl who is, at best, half naked describing her sister's sex life. The tension was nearly unbearable.“So my question is. When you are, you know, excited and touching yourself. I mean rubbing your thingy, what do you think about?” Shocked! And trapped! She had just asked me about my fantasies, and I had agreed to play a truth game.“Do I have to answer?” I said, playing for time.“Of course you do. You promised. That was the bargain.” I summoned up my courage with all my strength.“Mostly breasts.” I said with a dry mouth.“You naughty boy. I bet you are going to rub yourself tonight and I bet my tits will feature in your fantasy.”“Sorry, but you did ask.” Ducking what could be a very awkward moment.“Paula says she rubs Dave when she's on the curse. He plays with her tits while she rubs his cock and…….er by the way what do you call it? Your cock, your dick or what?”“Harry.” I said the first word that entered my head. She burst out laughing.“HARRY! You call it HARRY!” More peels of laughter.“No not really, that was just a joke. I suppose cock or prick usually.”“Well from now on it's Harry to me.” And she dissolved into laughter again.“Just think of the fun I can have with that. I can say 'How is Harry today?' Anytime, anywhere and only the two of us will know that I'm talking about your cock. That's priceless!”“It was supposed to be a joke. You were telling me about Paula.”“Yea, well she rubs his 'Harry'.” More laughter, “till he,……….you know,………. Jizes then touches herself until she's satisfied. So next question. How often do you play with Harry?”“What?”“You heard. How often do you play with Harry! You have had two bits of information so I get two questions. Out with it: how often?”“Quite a lot.”“Quite a lot is not a number. You promised me an answer. Now give.”“Well, probably most days.”“Oh good, I'm normal then.”“What!”“Me too. So it's normal. I thought I might be over doing it, but it's such a delicious feeling I just can't resist.”This was getting out of control. I was having a conversation, with a lovely girl, both half naked, and we were discussing our masturbation habits: bizarre.“Have you ever sunbathed in the nude?” I was definitely not ready for this question.“No, I haven't.”“Well you really out to. It's such a wonderful feeling having the sun on your bare skin, particularly your bum. I do it all the time by our pool."We could do it now, staying on our stomachs of course. I mean you have a bum and I have a bum. Bums are just bums after all, not particularly interesting.”“I'm not sure that's a good idea.” I croaked, lying on my now full blown erection thinking that Jenna's bum would be far from 'not very interesting.'“Cowardy, cowardy custard. I tell you what, I'll take my bottoms off first if you promise me, on you honour, you will do it too.” And she slipped her thumbs into her bikini bottoms and eased them over her buttocks, such taught, firm, exercised, firm buttocks, and somehow got them off without revealing anything more intimate. “Your turn!”“Hang on. I never agreed to this.”“Well you didn't disagree: so you agreed. Now off with them or I'll tell Paula what a spoil sport you are.”This was my first introduction to the somewhat woolly area of female logic. I knew I had agreed to no such thing, but she was lying there naked, admittedly face down, but naked, and I found the idea very stimulating, and so did my errant cock, who found the whole experience extremely erotic.I followed her example and slipped my trunks down to my knees, having struggled to get the waist band over the rather obvious protrusion. I shifted sideways, back towards her, to complete the task and dropped onto my stomach as quickly as possible: stark naked and with the firmest, most rigid erection of my young life.“Good, isn't it?” She said and I had to admit that the warmth of the sun on my bum was a truly delicious feeling: so wickedly naughty.“You know what happens next, don't you?”By this time I was getting truly concerned as to what might happen next. A few years later and with more experience, I would have been delighted with this situation, but this was my first encounter with a naked girl and I have to admit I was petrified, but in a most enjoyable way. Without waiting for an answer she continued. “We go skinny dipping!”My jaw must have fallen a foot because she burst out laughing. “Oh your face! What a picture! Only joking, but the look on your face was priceless. I told you you were a prude.”Before I could muster my thoughts I fell straight into the trap. The words “I am not a prude.” Escaped my lips just as I realised what I had said.“Prove it!”“How?”“Show me Harry,” she chortled.“I will not!”“Prude!”“Well you're a prude too, lying there face down.” I retorted.“Not at all. I'll roll over if you roll over!” And I'd just fallen into another trap but it was my turn to seize the advantage.“You first!” I thought I'd gained the upper hand, but it was short lived.“No both together. On the count of three we both roll right over, as quickly as we can, back onto our tums. There will hardly be time to see anything: OK?”“Er……”“Prude!”“No. No. OK.”“One, two.”“No, stop. Stop. I'm not ready. Give me a second or two. Er……OK”“One, two, THREE!”The next few seconds seemed to last a lifetime and are emblazoned on my memory for ever. The swiftest of rolls presented me with a view of my first real pair of tits. Oh such beautiful, magnificent tits. Small, pert, little tits, that were to become my favourite shape and size for ever. Such is the power of that first encounter.A much more impressive surprise however, was the mass of pubic hair, dark brown, curly hair in a perfect triangle, that concealed the secrets at the join in her thighs. How I managed to register this much information in the time available is a credit to the power of human observation, but register it did.I was so intrigued by the whole spectacle that I temporarily forgot about my own nakedness. My teenage penis sprang free from the safety of its lair between my stomach and the ground and with all the enthusiasm that only a teenage penis can muster, pointed proudly skywards to the full scrutiny of Jenna's curious gaze.The exposure, mercifully, was short lived as I completed the roll over on to my stomach, trapping my errant member once again between the ground and my stomach.Jenna was the first to react with a characteristic chortle, but my teenage brain was still trying to compute what it had seen. The flashes of breast and pubic hair caused all my reproductive urges to go into overdrive and without so much as a touch a familiar feeling mounted in my groin.I knew what was about to happen and had no way of controlling it. The feeling intensified rapidly and I ejaculated violently into my towel. I still remember the intensity. I had had orgasms before, but only through masturbating. This was on a whole new level: the sensation was indescribable and within seconds my cock, having done the job nature intended it to do, shrank back to its flaccid state.You may recall that Jenna and I had taken a small boat to a nearby island for a picnic. Jenna is older than I, and much more worldly wise, because I had been closeted in a boys boarding school. Jenna was the first person from 'planet girl' I had really ever got to know.Somehow we had wound up sunbathing naked, face down of course, when Jenna trapped me into exposing myself while she did the same. By the time I was face down on the towel again I had seen my first real pair of tits, my first glimpse of female pubic hair and the whole experience had been too much for my teenage brain. I had ejaculated into my towel, with some considerable force, and was now lying on my flaccid cock in a damp patch of semen.“Are you OK?” She asked.“Yea fine,” I lied.“You just look worried all of a sudden.”“No I'm fine, honestly.”“I suppose we ought to be getting back.” And she wriggled into her bikini bottoms, fastened her top behind her back, stood up, picked up her towel and flicked me on the bum with it.“Ouch!”“Come on then, get Harry tucked away, and let's go.”I managed to get decent somehow, without exposing my obvious problem, and we puttered back towards home in our tiny craft.“That was a great afternoon.” She said,“ I really enjoyed it, and it was such fun to see your face when I suggested skinny dipping!”“Yes, well I'm glad you weren't serious.”“Are you really?” She said with that cheeky smile that showed off her dimples. “I bet you'd really enjoy it if you tried it. I do it all the time at home, it's such a delicious feeling. Just like the nude sunbathing but ten times better.”“Maybe next time.” I said with more confidence than I felt.“Ha ha!” Was all she said as we pulled in to the slipway where the boat was kept.We tidied up, turned the little boat upside down against the hedge to keep the rain out, and put the tiny outboard motor in the boat house. As we said our goodbyes she leaned forwards and gave me a peck on the cheek. I think I even blushed.“I really did enjoy it,” were her parting words.To be continued..By Slowandeasy47 for Literotica

    Obstacle Racing Media Podcast
    Tough Mudder Yorkshire 2022

    Obstacle Racing Media Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 120:00 Very Popular


    First ever ORM podcast from The United Kingdom. Alan The Muddy Duck Naomi Mitchell Leonski Michael Nolan Jimmy aka Steven and Danny plus Actiph Wil Chung Katie and Libby Joyce Chris and Russell and Martin Sean Merryweather   New obstacle racing discord Support Us On Patreon ORM YouTube Channel  Intro  Music – Paul B. Outro Music – Brian Revels Today's show is sponsored by: Rugged Maniac – Use code ORM22 when registering for your 2022 Rugged Maniac event to get $5 off. With 25+ obstacles and a-rockin' after-party, you'll test your limits while having as much fun as a kid on a playground. Find your city: ruggedmaniac.com Listen to your favorite player.

    A Small Voice: Conversations With Photographers
    184 - Joanne Coates

    A Small Voice: Conversations With Photographers

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 65:45 Very Popular


    Joanne Coates is an English, working class documentary photographer based in North Yorkshire, interested in rurality, hidden histories and class. She was born in the rural North of England, educated first in working class alternative communities, then at The Sir John Cass School of Fine Art and The London College of Communication from where she has a Ba Hons in Photography. Her practice is as much about process, participation and working with communities as the still image. Joanne's work has been exhibited both in the UK and internationally.Joanne is Director of the Arts organisation Lens Think, a Social Enterprise based in Yorkshire and the North East, dedicated to making opportunities and gaining access for marginalised groups & developing photography in the North of England. Its aim is to fight for class equality and a more creative industries through participation and radical community arts. The organisation works with schools, and provides mentorships to 3 artists per year.In 2021 Joanne was a joint awardee of the Jerwood / Photoworks prize. The resulting work, The Lie of the Land, explores the social history of the land and narrates a story of gender and class in relation to the countryside of the North East of England, and will be exhibited at The Jerwood Space in London from 23 September – 10 December 2022.Her project Daughters of the Soil, about role of women in agriculture in Northumberland and the Scottish Borders, was published as a book, in a small, limited-edition print run, and is now more or less sold out. The work will be exhibited at the Vane Gallery, Gateshead from 11 August – 3 September 2022, where there will be a few remaining copies of the book available. Preview Wednesday 10 August 5-8pm. Small Voice listeners welcome! On episode 184, Joanne discusses, among other things:How her practice has shiftedThe Lie of The Land and Daughters of the SoilClass and why it's important to her identity and workSocial mobilityNorthern culture and the North / South divideTall poppy syndrome and being yourselfThe importance of communityEngaging with her subjectsWhy everyone is a political photographerLens ThinkAdvantages vs. disadvantages of being based up northHer recent autism diagnosisReferenced:Nathalie OlahJo SpenceNan GoldinGregory CrewsdonThe Girls NetworkMolly DineenBecky BeasleyDisability Visibility Website | Instagram | Twitter“I'm never gonna be that person who walks up to someone at a private view and says ‘hi, this is me and this is what my work's about…' I would vomit in my mouth. I just wouldn't be able to do it. But someone else, that might be who they are, and there's actually nothing wrong with that. That might be very natural for them so it wouldn't be a forced interaction.”

    STAGES with Peter Eyers
    ‘Wish Me Luck, the Same to You' - Song and Dance Man; Jack Webster - Part 1

    STAGES with Peter Eyers

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 69:32


    Jack Webster figures prominently in the history of Musical Theatre in Australia. His cheeky charm and undoubted ability as a song & dance man have endeared him to audiences over several decades, in an impressive list of celebrated productions. Each has demonstrated an artist possessed of seductive powers and an innate sense of theatre. Any wonder he is considered one of our first triple-threat performers. Jack was born in Yorkshire, England. He has danced in many British television shows with such people as Tom Jones, Cilla Black and Cliff Richard. He has danced all over Europe and appeared in television specials for Eurovision in Berlin and Amsterdam. Jack has worked with Jack Benny and Val Doonican at the London Palladium. His West End stage experience extends to the musicals Mr & Mrs and Promises, Promises; in which he shared the stage with Betty Buckley and Donna McKechnie. Jack can also be seen in the in the film versions of Oliver! (an Oscar winner for Best Film) and Scrooge. In 1970 he came to Australia and appeared with Jill Perryman and Johnny Lockwood in When We Are Married and with Toni Lamond in Anything Goes. Joining J.C. Williamson's he was in the cast of No, No, Nanette and Irene. Jack has danced with Ronne Arnold's Dance Company and worked with Carol Channing during her Australian visit in 1972. Jack achieved considerable success with the role of Tulsa in the original Australian production of Gypsy. A role he owes to JC Williamson's Matriarch, Betty Pounder who recognised and nurtured a talent in Jack to embrace the spotlight. Jack forged forth completing a grand list of character roles in A Chorus Line, Chicago, Annie, Dames at Sea, The Pirates of Penzance, Jolson, Funny Girl, Follies, Mary Poppins - and a show that would take him back to the West End - Hot Shoe Shuffle. Other stage credits include; The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, Run For Your Wife, Black Comedy, When We Are Married, Oh Coward! and Stepping Out. In 2003 Jack was honoured to be a guest artist with the Sydney Dance Co. in Graham Murphy's Tivoli. Jack is a well established choreographer and his credits include The Venetian Twins, Nunsense, Annie and Jesus Christ Superstar. It is an impressive career that Jack has navigated with style and class. He is respected, reliable and always brilliant! The STAGES podcast is available to access and subscribe from Spotify, Apple podcasts and from wherever you access your favourite podcasts. A conversation with creatives about craft and career. Recipient of Best New Podcast at 2019 Australian Podcast Awards. Follow socials on instagram (stagespodcast) and facebook (Stages). www.stagespodcast.com.au

    ZM's Bree & Clint
    ZM's Bree & Clint Podcast – 3rd August 2022

    ZM's Bree & Clint

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 54:25


    Lift is getting cancelled?!  How much for a private plane ride? Yorkshire place names - real or fake Google Down!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    UKOCR
    The Swift Half – Episode 75

    UKOCR

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 73:22


    Your Weekly dose of current news from the OCR and adventure running scene with Pub landlord Alan and Regular Ian Today Topics The two hundred, Harvey Mitchell-Divers, Alistair Walker, Killian Jornet, The cheating scandal Update, OCR Hybrid, UKOSF and more… plus to celebrate Tough mudder Yorkshire this weekend we play out with the Yorkshire National Anthem Check out UKOCR website  Follow UKOCR on Instagram Follow UKOCR on Facebook Check out UKOCR TV Check out the UKHXR Podcast Check out the ORM Podcast Support us on Patreon and get exclusive offers Or Buy us a Beer here

    Friday Live Extra | NET Radio
    Norfolk Fest, Lincoln Crossroads, Yorkshire & Lincoln Exposed

    Friday Live Extra | NET Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 62:50


    On the July 29 program at 9:59 a.m. CT, Shannon Claire has lively conversations about: a literature festival in Norfolk; Lincoln Crossroads Music Festival; Yorkshire Playhouse's production of “Charlotte's Web;" Kearney Community Theatre's “Emma the Musical;" and Lincoln Exposed. Also, music from Past Casual, poetry by Sarah McKinstry-Brown and a look at some artists selling their work at a farmer's market in Omaha.

    The Ancients
    Yorkshire's Roman Mystery: The Ryedale Hoard

    The Ancients

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 29:29 Very Popular


    In May 2020, four unique Roman artefacts were unearthed near Ampleforth, North Yorkshire by two amateur metal detectorists. A bronze bust that is thought to depict Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius, a beautifully crafted horse, and a one of a kind figurine of the Roman god Mars, to name a few.But who buried these beautiful artefacts - and what can they tell us about life in Roman Britain? In this episode Tristan takes a special behind the scenes look at one of Roman Britain's greatest mysteries: the Ryedale Hoard - now on display in the Yorkshire Museum.To learn more about these mysterious objects, Tristan is joined by Yorkshire Museum curator Dr Lucy Creighton and metal detectorist Mark Didlick - who along with friend James Spark found the hoard buried in a field two years ago.Watch the video version on YouTube See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    Run to the Hills
    Episode 100 - Paul Wilson - Backyard Ultra England Team

    Run to the Hills

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 83:01


    Episode 100 - Paul Wilson - Backyard Ultra England TeamThis week Eddie @edwinasutton and Gary @garythwaites2498 chat with Paul Wilson. Paul started running as an amateur boxer and has now completed some of the most iconic races and rounds Europe has to offer. He's currently the Bob Graham Round Club Chairman and has recently started his own coaching business. https://summitultra.co.uk/https://www.strava.com/athletes/1989877https://instagram.com/summitultracoaching?r=nametagEach week we'll bring you interviews with runners from the front, back and middle of the pack. We'll share training advice, nutrition advice and kit reviews too. We'll talk about current running stories and stories from inspirational people who we feel you might be interested in.This podcast is available to listen to at Spotify and Apple Podcasts too. Links below.https://open.spotify.com/show/2HlWHlGA8D6ifm1TmnP2Kthttps://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/run-to-the-hills/id1504643103YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaUcGDYF8919iZSDC8uV9xgFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1005937909821744Blog - https://www.chiacharge.co.uk/​blogs/newsTwitter - https://twitter.com/run_tothehillsStrava - https://www.strava.com/clubs/runtothehillspodcastInstagram -  https://www.instagram.com/runtothehillswithchiacharge/?hl=enStrava - https://www.strava.com/clubs/runtothehillspodcastChia Charge - Since 2012 Chia Charge has been making sports nutrition which not only helps you perform better but tastes great too. You won't find any oddities in our Yorkshire baked flapjacks either, just good honest kitchen cupboard ingredients that make you move and feel great.

    The Engineers Collective
    Arup's role in levelling up the Humber

    The Engineers Collective

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 28:49


    With the UK's ‘levelling up' agenda in full swing, the latest episode of The Engineers Collective looks at how one region is taking a different approach to regeneration. Joining NCE head of content and engagement Rob Horgan on the episode is Krishanthi Carfrae, Arup's lead Cities Advisory and Economics associate across the North West and Yorkshire. The episode focusses on Opportunity Humber; a new cross-Humber private sector-led partnership established to drive greater investment in the region which benefits all areas along the Humber. Krishanthi explains how Opportunity Humber was devised and runs listeners through the scheme's objectives. She gives an insight into the particular challenges and opportunities in the region and explains why other regions are looking closely at emulating the Opportunity Humber model. Still in its early days, Krishanthi looks forward to the types of schemes that the Opportunity Humber backers will be looking to support, with energy identified as a key area of growth.

    Dark Histories
    The Tichborne Claimant: A Tale of Two Butchers

    Dark Histories

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 79:14 Very Popular


    When Sir Roger Tichborne was shipwrecked and lost at sea in 1854, his mother fell into a deep state of mourning, both devastated by the loss of her son and insistent that he was still alive. As much as the rest of her family tried their best to convince her that Roger was not ever coming back, she just refused to stop searching. It was a stance that paid off handsomely then, when her long lost son made his triumphant return to England 12 years later with a plan to reclaim the family estate. It would be a claim that would make it to court and eventually be the longest running trial in English legal history, holding the title for over a hundred years and would light up the Victorian press with scandal, humour and class warfare that would last decades. SOURCES   Annear, Robyn. (2002) The Man Who Lost Himself: The Unbelievable Story of the Tichborne Claimant. Constable & Robinson Ltd. London, UK.   McWilliam, Rohan (2007) The Tichborne Claimant: A Victorian Sensation. Hambledon Continuum, London, UK.   Kinsley, William, J. (1911) The Tichborne Case. The Yale Law Journal, Vol. 20, No. 7 (May, 1911), pp. 563-569.   Saunders News-Letter (1867) From Our Own Correspondent. Monday 14 January 1867, Dublin, Ireland.   Yorkshire Gazette (1867) Arrival of Sir Roger Tichborne Bart. Saturday 5 January 1867. Yorkshire, UK.   London Evening Standard (1867) The Tichborne Baronetcy. Wednesday 23 January 1867. London, UK   London Evening Standard (1872) A Last Appeal From The Claimant. Wednesday 27 March 1872. London, UK   ---------- For almost anything, head over to the podcasts hub at darkhistories.com Support the show by using our link when you sign up to Audible: http://audibletrial.com/darkhistories or visit our Patreon for bonus episodes and Early Access: https://www.patreon.com/darkhistories The Dark Histories books are available to buy here: http://author.to/darkhistories Dark Histories merch is available here: https://bit.ly/3GChjk9 Connect with us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/darkhistoriespodcast Or find us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/darkhistories & Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dark_histories/ Or you can contact us directly via email at contact@darkhistories.com or via voicemail on: (415) 286-5072 or join our Discord community: https://discord.gg/cmGcBFf The Dark Histories Butterfly was drawn by Courtney, who you can find on Instagram @bewildereye Music was recorded by me © Ben Cutmore 2017 Other Outro music was Paul Whiteman & his orchestra with Mildred Bailey - All of me (1931). It's out of copyright now, but if you're interested, that was that.  

    Talking Snooker
    Talking Snooker Episode 80 - Rebecca Kenna special

    Talking Snooker

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 83:56


    Nick and Phil are joined by Rebecca Kenna from her cue sports shop in Yorkshire. Rebecca talks to us about her days growing up, her time on the women's tour and starting out on the main tour, as well as coaching and her shop. There's plenty of chat too about the forthcoming World Mixed Doubles.

    Inside Yorkshire Podcast
    #3/7 Tom Addison| Fell Runner and Throne Maker

    Inside Yorkshire Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 25:11


    In this episode Susan interviews Tom Addison over in Wensleydale. Tom is the creator of unique and bespoke items of fine furniture. Tom did his apprenticeship with the renowned Peter Hall and Sons, over in Kendal, before relocating and setting up his own business, TA Fine Furniture, near Askrigg in the Yorskshire dales. As a youngster Tom was a keen fell runner, following in his parents footsteps, and starting at the age of 4. Realising that the more effort he put into his training the better results he could expect, Tom forwent partying and socialising with his friends in his teens in order to concentrate on his training, ultimately achieving the highest recognition by becoming English Fell Running Champion in 2014. Tom seems to put his all into whatever he does, taking inspiration from the dales landscapes he produces beautiful items of furniture. By having his workshop attached to his home he is able to spend quality time with his wife and young daughters and somehow still manages to fit in some fellrunning! The wood Tom uses is sustainably sourced and as local as possible from the National Park near Settle - The Wonder of Wood. The Gothic Throne that he made is in situ at the top of the Castle Tower at the Forbidden Corner near Middleham. Items of furniture for sale are on display at the following locations: Stacey Moore Art Gallery in Richmond Heather and Grouse in Askrigg Linda Joseph Designs in Kirkby Lonsdale However if you need a bespoke item then dont hesitate to contact Tom through any of the following channels:- Valuable Resources: Email: tom@tafinefurniture.co.uk Telephone: 07585 952951 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tom addison fine furniture Instagram: @tomaddisonfinefurniture Website: www.tafinefurniture.co.uk   About the Host: Susan is actively involved in promoting Yorkshire businesses with audio production and  on social media, as well as sharing her love of the area where she lives. She moved to the dales over 30 years ago and is passionate about the county she has adopted as her home. Never ceasing to be amazed at the wealth of talent ‘Inside Yorkshire' Susan shares news and views, interviewing some of the inspirational people who reside there. Contact Method for Inside Yorkshire  Susan Baty-Symes www.insideyorkshire.co.uk susan@insideyorkshire.co.uk Instagram-  @susaninsideyorkshire Facebook-  @InsideYorkshire See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Optimal Finance Daily
    1971: Wedding Bells, Balls-Ups and Budgets by Claire

    Optimal Finance Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 12:10


    Claire of Want Less shares strategies for making your wedding happy and affordable. Episode 1971: Wedding Bells, Balls-Ups and Budgets by Claire Claire lives with her wife and dog in Yorkshire, UK, and is on a journey towards simplifying her life and beating debt. Along the way, she is exploring ideas like minimalism, escaping the rat-race, logging off from the screens and resisting the pull of 21st century consumerism. The original post is located here: http://www.wantless.co.uk/wedding/  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Writers and Company from CBC Radio
    Artist David Hockney is a master of reinvention — from the swimming pools of LA, to the forests of England

    Writers and Company from CBC Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 51:59


    Once described as "cooler than Warhol, more enduring than Lucien Freud," David Hockney is one of the most influential British artists of our time. From naturalistic paintings of Los Angeles swimming pools, to huge landscapes of his Yorkshire homeland, his work is innovative and unmistakable. Hockney spoke to Eleanor Wachtel in 2011 in Toronto, where he was exhibiting new paintings created on an iPad.

    Optimal Finance Daily - ARCHIVE 2 - Episodes 301-600 ONLY
    1971: Wedding Bells, Balls-Ups and Budgets by Claire

    Optimal Finance Daily - ARCHIVE 2 - Episodes 301-600 ONLY

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 12:10


    Claire of Want Less shares strategies for making your wedding happy and affordable. Episode 1971: Wedding Bells, Balls-Ups and Budgets by Claire Claire lives with her wife and dog in Yorkshire, UK, and is on a journey towards simplifying her life and beating debt. Along the way, she is exploring ideas like minimalism, escaping the rat-race, logging off from the screens and resisting the pull of 21st century consumerism. The original post is located here: http://www.wantless.co.uk/wedding/  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Optimal Finance Daily - ARCHIVE 1 - Episodes 1-300 ONLY
    1971: Wedding Bells, Balls-Ups and Budgets by Claire

    Optimal Finance Daily - ARCHIVE 1 - Episodes 1-300 ONLY

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 12:10


    Claire of Want Less shares strategies for making your wedding happy and affordable. Episode 1971: Wedding Bells, Balls-Ups and Budgets by Claire Claire lives with her wife and dog in Yorkshire, UK, and is on a journey towards simplifying her life and beating debt. Along the way, she is exploring ideas like minimalism, escaping the rat-race, logging off from the screens and resisting the pull of 21st century consumerism. The original post is located here: http://www.wantless.co.uk/wedding/  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The Next 100 Days Podcast
    #332 High Performance Habits with Holly Smith

    The Next 100 Days Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 44:23


    Who do you turn to improve your performance by as much as 10x? That would be Holly Smith. She's from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia and has business owner clients around the world. Holly is in great demand, especially after releasing her first book "30 Days to Happiness". How Old is Holly? Well, she's in her 20s, but that's as far as Graham dared go! Who Does Holly Serve? So, what does Holly do? Holly is an accountability coach for business owners and people working a 9-5 job who want to start a business. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Holly-Smith-What-She-Does.mp4 Graham asked whether people are sceptical about being able to 10x performance. She explains it's a limiting mindset that doesn't think they can 10x something. Everyone can do better are what they are constantly doing. DOWNLOAD FREE GUIDE 10x YOUR PRODUCTIVITY by Holly Smith It's not just about becoming twice as busy, but twice as productive. Do that in the same time and you're golden! How do you become more productive? http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Holly-Smith-How-to-Be-More-Productive.mp4 We found out something else about Holly too. She's prepping for a Bodybuilding competition. WORLD BEAUTY FITNESS & FASHION ROUTINE: Wakes at 5 am 30mins to get up, maybe do some affirmations. 90mins to 'smash out something she needs to get done that day. MIT's Most Important Tasks. Kevin says if something isn't done by 11 am it's not likely going to get done. She doesn't eat first thing, as she trains her body to accept fewer calories. PH360 - hers is an ACTIVATOR body type. She knows when to sleep, when to eat, when to lift weights and when she's most creative - for Holly, it's 6 to 7 pm. Assessment of Others Holly assesses people by looking at what they do in each hour of the day. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Holly-Smith-Assessment-of-Your-Day.mp4 There are 2 secrets: - KNOW WHERE YOU ARE GOING (Have a plan) - BE ACCOUNTABLE TO SOMEONE (That's where Holly comes in). Graham referenced 'being fierce' in our podcast with Simona Spilak - Episode 253 Rather than getting in someone's face, Holly is kind but direct. She'll tell you that you've missed that deadline and put yourself back a week. She could almost be an honorary Yorkshire-woman. Imagine Holly with a Yorkshire accent! That beauty competition... World Beauty Fitness & Fashion Graham - is it a Queensland thing or an Australia thing? The clue's in the bloody title! 30 Days to Happiness Holly's first book is called 30 Days to Happiness. Get it here. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Holly-Smith-30-Days-to-Happiness.mp4 The book will give you a set of mechanisms to use whenever you are faced with challenging times. Holly's Inspiration This video goes to the heart of why Holly is who she is. She was very open and we respect her for that. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Holly-Smith-Inspiration.mp4 For Holly, a message from God transformed her before and after life. Holly references Dean Graziosi's Millionaire Success Habits (6-hour Tube audio file) - this book changed her life. Holly's Testimonial Hasn't Holly got the nicest smile? Believe it or not, Kevin and Graham are so AWESOME and FUN! We'll take that! http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Holly-Smith-Testimonial.mp4   The Next 100 Days co-hosts… Graham Arrowsmith Graham runs Finely Fettled to help organisations that want to market to affluent and high-net-worth customers.  He also runs Meet Professionals which is being offered to financial advice groups as a white-labelled lead generation and conversion system. Contact Graham on LinkedIn: Visit Graham's LinkedIn Profile and by email. Kevin Appleby Kevin specialises in finance transformation and implementing business change. He's the COO of GrowCFO who provide both community and CPD accred...