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Cineversary celebrates a milestone anniversary of a cinematic classic. Every month, we wish a happy birthday to a different film currently observing a joyous jubilee--everything from a 20th to a 100th anniversary. Host Erik Martin interviews film scholars, critics, historians and fans to discuss why each spotlighted movie is worth celebrating all these years later, its cultural impact and legacy, what we can learn from the picture today, how it has stood the test of time, and more. For more ...
 
Aspiring to succeed in finance? Danny Camm spent 6 years working in finance and now operates as a specialist finance recruiter in London. Each week, Danny will speak to guests ranging from middle management up to the C-suite to establish what it takes to achieve success in finance. www.successinfinance.co.uk
 
Welcome to Cottage In The Court where I will keep you informed about garden conversations, events, tips and product reviews from books to tools. l even suggest gardens to see, garden adventures to have and spotlight some fabulous horticultural folks you will want to know about. Settle in, pour a cup of tea and transplant yourself into my world. Thanks for listening to Cottage In The Court!
 
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For Cineversary podcast episode #29, host Erik Martin and “All About All About Eve” author Sam Staggs crash the Sarah Siddons award ceremony to dish delicious details about “All About Eve,” directed by Joseph L Mankiewicz, which celebrates a 70th anniversary this year. Erik and Sam explore why this film is worth commemorating all these years later,…
 
Looking for local information about pollinators? check out my blogpost about Cavano's Perennials. They are known in the Mid Atlantic for quality plant material. Located in Kingsville, Maryland, the beautiful drive makes it worthwhile for contactless shopping after ordering online. GardenComm, International (formerly known as GardenComm) has been a …
 
There is a good Corona believe it or not. Corona-USA Tools are familiar to some and not so familiar to others. My friend CHRIS SABBARESE happens to work for the good Corona. Quality tools of all sizes for anyone who gardens. As a husband, father, and member of GardenComm, Chris shared a few thoughts on gardening, as well as tooltips for gifting. Co…
 
Here are the books highlighted in What You Need to Know Wednesday. I want to say Thank You to Timber Press for publishing books for the garden community. We sincerely appreciate you!! Adventures In Eden by Carolyn Mullet Garden Lust by Chris Woods The Plant Hunter by Georgina Reid and Daniel Shipp A Year at Brandywine Cottage by David Culp A self-p…
 
Andrew Goldberg's mission? To collect each-and-every ticket from Michael Jordan's NBA career - regular-season, postseason and All-Star games included. You’ll be surprised at the unique, delightful ways Andrew has obtained some of the tickets in his collection. He also shares a great story about his brief encounter with Michael Jordan during the 199…
 
David Culp is a man who imagines the possibilities in the garden has a passion for this earth. He is a lover of Cottage Gardening. The Layered Garden was his first book and now, a Year at Brandywine Cottage. I reviewed this book on my blog. You can read it by clicking here My co-host Peggy Riccio and I went to visit David in his garden in August. T…
 
Joining me today is John Turner. John started his career in audit at KPMG, having completed a Masters in Political Science at Leiden University. He was involved in the intensive programme offered by KPMG, which involves sitting 14 of the 15 ACA exams within the first 9 months. He talks us through the challenges of that programme alongside the Big 4…
 
Joining me today is Aneliya Vazharova. Aneliya joined the graduate scheme at Cisco straight out of University and, finding her passion for commercial finance, undertook a number of financial analysis and strategic business roles here over her 6 year tenure. She then moved to LexisNexis where she has further pursued commercial finance and now operat…
 
April Thompson, Director of BLOOM Sales and Marketing shares her foraging success, ice cream, and What We Need to Know about BLOOM. As we begin to prepare for the next season, BLOOM is a local product we just might want to know about. To find out more about BLOOM, click here It is October in 2020. In the midst of a pandemic, as we are minimizing ou…
 
Alfred 'Butch' Beard was named Kentucky’s Mr. Basketball in 1965. He paints a picture of life in 1960s Kentucky - the civil rights movement and his exposure to racism. Butch starred at the University of Louisville and is a member of their Athletics Hall of Fame. Butch was named an NBA All-Star in 1972 and played a key role in helping the Golden Sta…
 
Joining me today is Steve Whiting. Steve is currently FD at Grayling. He talks us through gaining the ACA at a smaller firm and the benefits of exposure to tax, bookkeeping and accounts preparation as well as audit, which gave him a solid grounding when joining a larger practice and later moving into industry. He also describes his progression from…
 
Picture a walk in the woods at this time of the year. Noticing the leaves that have fallen from the trees above. In the quiet of the morning, I consider the sound of the leaves gracing the grounds a song to greet the day. Like colorful chimes releasing kisses to make the walk quite the pleasure. I have to catch myself as I lift my head to receive e…
 
Remember Mike Lizotte?? Mike the Seedman joins us for a few tips on fall panting, why we need to order now, and a few tips on having a beautiful meadow in 2021. Let's not just think about bulbs...but considering a future meadow as well! Check out American Meadows by clicking here I ask that you continue to follow me... Https://www.cottageinthecourt…
 
For Cineversary podcast episode #28, host Erik Martin celebrates the 60th anniversary of Alfred Hitchcock's ultimate treatise on terror, "Psycho." Erik checks into the Bates Motel with Alexandre Phillipe, the director of "78/52: Hitchcock's Shower Scene," which deconstructs the infamous shower murder sequence from Psycho. He and Alexandre explore w…
 
Linda Jones, Elements of Nature is an example of what can be done when you put your mind to it. Recently retired and a Certified Master Gardener, Linda has been in touch with earth for over 30 years. Her horticultural journey includes consultations, public speaking, design, and more. Maryland is proud to have Linda jones as an integral part of our …
 
Joining me today is Jim Berry. Jim is the MBA Course Director for University College London. In this role, Jim has the opportunity to work with a number of successful and aspirational professionals, across a variety of industries and roles including finance. This means that he is familiar with the ingredients required for a successful career and he…
 
Wednesday is usually a day when one begins to consider planning the weekend. It is the perfect day to share something new that some just might want to know. Therefore What We need to Know Wednesday seemed like a great idea. From time to time, I will begin to share things of interest in the middle of the week for those who enjoy gardening. After all…
 
Joy is something that we need more of today. Noticing simple pleasures along the way are gifts from Mother Nature. Who doesn't like presents? I gather as I walk, whether in my garden or simply as I engage with nature. I wrote about it on my blog. Click here to find out more. I also gather terrific friends. Louise Clark is one of those friends. She …
 
Joining me today is David Bloom. David began his career at Jeffrey Henry's, a smaller accountancy practice before moving into the corporate finance function at KPMG. After spending some time as FD of a listed business in New Zealand, David joined Getty Images, where he assisted with the growth of the business and was responsible for the integration…
 
Jeff Turner was a standout - on-and-off the court - at Vanderbilt University. Before turning pro, he had played internationally and won a gold medal at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. This is a fun, insightful chat about Jeff’s life in basketball. We do a deep dive on his NBA career. You'll also learn how Jeff became an original member of th…
 
Joining me today is Joe Sage. Joe started out in audit before transitioning into Corporate Finance, where he worked on a number of transactions. This led him nicely into his Group Finance Manager role with Inspicio, an acquisitive business, where he applied his skillset to 3 acquisitions before assisting with Inspicio’s sale to 3i. This process als…
 
Simply sharing who I am, celebrating my boldness in stepping out and getting to know people in horticulture. Using Audrey Hepburn's words "...to believe in tomorrow". The poem - My Garden Is My Sanctuary by Marie Church https://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/my-garden-is-my-sanctuary-poem Follow Me... Https://www.cottageinthecourt.com...Instagram a…
 
I first met Lady Farmer at Monticello a few years ago. It was their initial launch and I was impressed by the mission as well as their purpose. Existing in a slow, measured way can be fulfilling and educational. How many times since we have been unintentionally pausing have you figured out that patience is quite the virtue? I continue to follow the…
 
James Brayton Hall is the President and CEO of The Garden Conservancy. Since 1989 this gift of love from Frank Cabot as consistently created a stir in the preservation of American gardens, sharing gardens across this nation and celebrating the importance of gardens to our everyday lives. Some might think this is an organization for your grandmother…
 
Joining me today is Patrick Dunne. Patrick spent 4 years at Air Products before studying for his MBA at Cranfield School of Management. He then joined 3i where he spent 27 years in Private Equity managing a number of different portfolios and sitting on many Boards. With this experience behind him, Patrick has gone on to found his own Board Advisory…
 
When someone asks you have you heard of Laura Dowling, after gasping you say "YES". Admiring from afar - but reading all of her books - the opportunity to chat with her was worth waiting for. You see Laura Dowling also loves Paris. She even attended the floral Design School there and consistently shares her craft on social media. If you are not fol…
 
For Cineversary podcast episode #27, host Erik Martin wears a wire and goes undercover with film critic Glenn Kenny, author of the new book Made Men: The Story of Goodfellas, to uncover the secrets behind perhaps the greatest mob movie ever made, “Goodfellas,” directed by Martin Scorsese, which celebrates a 30th anniversary this month. Erik and Gle…
 
Joining me this week is Jamie Nolan. Jamie joined Buzzacott LLP straight out of University following his degree in Accounting & Finance from the University of Warwick. During his time at Buzzacott, Jamie has attained the CTA qualification and has progressed rapidly to Tax Manager level. Jamie details the opportunities available through a career in …
 
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