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The Cycling Podcast – daily insight and analysis of the Giro d'Italia, Vuelta a España and Classics. Join journalists Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe – and a few special guests along the way – as they podcast about the latest cycling news and the world of professional cycling. Expect a mix of insight and analysis as our three experienced journalists cover not just the big talking points but take you behind the scenes of professional cycling. Richard Moore is the author of Slay ...
 
Here you'll find weekly motivation from some of the most successful and high achieving people in the world to help encourage you through your journey in life. Join Video Editor/Producer Ben Lionel Scott as he shares motivating messages from the most brilliant minds and high-performing people. To get access and download all audio and video versions from the show, plus exclusive content, go to benlionelscott.com/subscribe
 
All modelers have a life but what do we know of it. This podcast is as much about the people in model railroading has it is about the hobby itself. I've met so many interesting people in the hobby over the years I decided it would be fun to share their back stories with everyone else. So come along with me, Lionel Strang as we discover just how many fascinating folks there are in this great hobby of ours.
 
Lionel Barber, the former Editor of the Financial Times, is hosting a brand-new podcast series - What Next? with Lionel Barber. In his first broadcast venture since the FT, What Next? with Lionel Barber focuses on life after COVID-19 and sees the multi-award-winning journalist and author discover how the world is adapting to the pandemic, what needs to change and, most importantly, what lessons we have learnt that will shape our lives for the future. Each week, Lionel will be speaking to som ...
 
The SyncLodge Podcast Series Exploring Music, where we explore the obscure, where we delve in deep, into the vast vaults of great, but maybe, not so known, music and the industry that, for better or worse, supports it.. For each episode we bring together two music industry professionals, to discuss in depth an area of music, and/or the industry, they are passionate about and have an intimate knowledge of. Each episode has a link to a playlist, in the episode description, with all the music a ...
 
Although Lieh Tzu's work has evidently passed through the hands of many editors and gathered numerous accretions, there remains a considerable nucleus which in all probability was committed to writing by Lieh Tzu's immediate disciples, and is therefore older than the genuine parts of Chuang Tzu. There are some obvious analogies between the two authors, and indeed a certain amount of matter common to both; but on the whole Lieh Tzu's book bears an unmistakable impress of its own. The genialit ...
 
Lil Wayne - Im Single Instrumental Jermaine Jackson - Theres A Better Way Jaki Whitren - Go With The Flow Lola - Wax The Van Arnold Blair - Trying To Get Next To You Judy Roberts - Never Was Love GoGo Penguin - Break Throwing Snow - Pathfinder Mark Ronson - Daffodils Drew Dave - FullCircle Arawak - Accade A Cuzco Le Grande Escroc - Mister Hemingway Lionel Benjamin - Melodie Antena - Camino Del Sol (Todd Terje Mix) Ezechiel Pailhes - Furioso Lancelot Layne - Yo Tink It Sorf Paolo Baldini Dubf ...
 
Robert Bridges, who was appointed Poet Laureate in 1913, published three versions of his sonnet sequence, The Growth of Love:1876 - 24 sonnets1889 - 79 sonnets1898 - 69 sonnetsThe second edition, which is the subject of this recording, was re-published in 1894, with an extensive introduction from another celebrated poet, Lionel Johnson.The title of the work is a little misleading, as it suggests a process of development, a deepening understanding, by which one arrives at a more comprehensive ...
 
Créée par l’historien Lionel Groulx en 1956, la Fondation Lionel-Groulx est héritière de sa maison, de sa bibliothèque, de ses archives et de son œuvre intellectuelle et littéraire. La Fondation se reconnaît un devoir de mémoire envers son fondateur. La mission de la Fondation Lionel-Groulx est d’œuvrer à la promotion de l’histoire, de la langue et de la culture de la nation québécoise.
 
Founded in 1989 by Canadian diplomat Lionel Gelber and presented annually in partnership with Foreign Policy magazine and the Munk School of Global Affairs, the Lionel Gelber Prize is a literary award that seeks to deepen public debate on significant international issues. Enjoy fascinating conversations with the Prize Finalists and Robert Steiner, Director of the Fellowship in Global Journalism and Professor of Global Practice at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto. Spec ...
 
The New West Guitar Group hosts a podcast about their favorite instrument, the guitar, and the extraordinary people who play it. Through interviews, live performances and in-depth discussions, High Action delivers a podcast for the six-string enthusiast who wants a deeper understanding about the players behind the instrument and their specific approach to guitar.
 
Telling the stories that the media ignores! A podcast hosted by Ann McElhinney & Phelim McAleer, the conservative filmmakers behind the Gosnell movie, Fracknation, The Harvey Weinstein Trial: Unfiltered, and FBI Lovebirds. Tune in for our daily podcast, The Daily Virus which gives you the updates the media ignores on COVID-19. On Wednesdays we release the Ann & Phelim Scoop (also available on YouTube) with guests like Dennis Prager, Eric Metaxas, Mollie Hemingway, and more! Project of the Un ...
 
Rock legend Keith Urban, the iconic KD Lang, and the unforgettable Lionel Richie are just some of the names Deborah interviewed in the Melbourne Age column called, 'What I've Learnt.'Everyone has a story to tell, and a lesson to learn. What I’ve Learnt is a brand new podcast from journalist Deborah Blashki- Marks. "What I've Learnt' is a unique platform for International and national talent to delve deep into their own challenges, successes, failures, and life lessons. As a journalist of ove ...
 
Famous Lost Words” unearths the greatest interviews of all time. Hosted by songwriter and legendary MuchMusic Veejay Christopher Ward and longtime CHUM radio producer (and archivist) Tom Jokic, “Famous Lost Words” is a weekly podcast on the iHeartRadio Canada app. It’s a deep dive into the extensive iHeartRadio archives – featuring classic interviews that haven’t been heard since they first aired.
 
Welcome to Iso-chats: Theology. I’m Lionel Windsor, New Testament Lecturer at Moore Theological College, Sydney. During the Covid-19 Isolation, I chatted with lots of my friends and colleagues here at Moore about theology, Christian life and ministry. It’s the kind of discussion we’d normally have over morning tea, but the topics are highly relevant to life in a changing world, so I wanted to let you listen in. Enjoy!
 
What is ASIO? I'm sure you've all heard of it, but do you really know what it does? Is it as sexy as James Bond leads us to believe or is it just part of the political fabric? Who better to give us the ins and outs than former ASIO intelligence officer, now comedian David Callan and National news director at Nova and journalist Michelle Stephenson. I Spied will take a look at the dark underbelly of the intelligence world and give its love-handles a damn good shake. If you think you're being ...
 
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This episode is spoken by Jocko Willink, Prince Ea, Les Brown, Joe Rogan, Andy Frisella, Terry Crews, Tony Robbins. You can see more of Jocko Willink at tr.im/JockoWillink, Prince Ea at tr.im/PrinceEa, Les Brown at tr.im/LesBrown, Joe Rogan at tr.im/JoeRogan, Andy Frisella at tr.im/AndyFrisella, Terry Crews at tr.im/TerryCrews, Tony Robbins at tr.i…
 
Our miniseries on spies continues! This week, we look at disappeared British frogman Lionel Crabb! To help us clear up these murky waters, we welcome back Mitch Jones (of the Broadcast Geeks podcast). Mitch gets a celebrity VO, Brian shows his love for 90’s pop-punk, and Zach sets a trap. *We recorded this episode using Zoom audio, so apologies for…
 
Taylor is joined by Felipe Cardenas to break down Argentina's victorious campaign at the 2021 Copa America. Specifically, our goal is to figure out 1) why this silverware matters so much for the legacy of Lionel Messi, but also 2) how did this team put it all together to get their first winners' medals since 1993? Sponsors! ExpressVPN! Go to Expres…
 
Sarah and Matt are lucky enough to be joined by the the man himself, Lionel Sanders. Just a few days post a disappointing Ironman Coeur d'Alene, and a few days prior to leaving for the highly anticipated Tri Battle with Jan Frodeno, we get Lionel at his best; raw and unfiltered. We chat about what he's learned from his last race, how he plans to im…
 
Diver, Don Juan and drunk, Lionel Crabb is regarded as another of the inspirations for Ian Fleming’s greatest creation, but “Buster’s” story didn’t end like a Bond film. Last seen submerging into the icy depths of Portsmouth on a clandestine mission, theories abound as to what became of him. Did he defect, was he killed in a thrilling under water s…
 
Lionel spills the beans in this interview: struggling through obstacles in his native Benin (in West Africa) through his early journey… and the tenacity and belief he had in himself, to overcome them. The intuitive decisions he made which led him through multiple serendipitous events - and how each one contributed to his success. Getting signed to …
 
In our culture of 24/7 news and trending social media reactions, it sometimes takes a novelist’s eye to chart the deeper, current events swirling beneath society’s surface. Lionel Shriver is a British-based American writer whose fiction has addressed school shootings, obesity, economic crisis and in her latest book, voluntary euthanasia. She’s a co…
 
Lionel Shriver doesn’t shy away from controversy, and instead seems quite drawn to it. She rose to acclaim following the release of her novel ‘We Need to Talk About Kevin’ in 2003. Since then, she’s won the Orange prize for fiction and written for ‘The Wall Street Journal’, the ‘Financial Times’, and ‘The New York Times’. Shriver speaks with Georgi…
 
Keith Smith joins the show to discuss the Clippers exit, cap space situations across the NBA, Dame Lillard's trade potential, & plenty more. Plus, Bobby Bonilla cashes in (again), and so do college athletes, as Name, Image, & Likeness opportunities officially open up in many state. And, Lionel Messi just made HOW MUCH?…
 
Keith Smith answers a variety of NBA questions as we head toward the draft, free agency, & the new league year, including which teams to watch, will restricted free agents be a factor, & salary cap projections going forward. Plus, Xavien Howard has officially requested a trade out of Miami. A look deep into his contract versus other current cornerb…
 
Data analyst Justin Hart joins us to discuss the updating news on the Delta variant. Should you be concerned, or is this another desperate attempt from the government at a grasp of power? Justin takes us through everything you need to know about the new hysteria from the media and government officials. And have Republicans given up on fighting clim…
 
This is an emotional episode: how Doug got the gig with Edgar Winter is NOTHING shy of amazing - shows you how something far greater than us, is running the show. Highs & lows of the music business, value of a music education, best decision he’s ever made, Mumbai, and much more. VERY cool convo If you’d like to support this show: http://www.everyon…
 
Stephen Sackur speaks to Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó. On a range of issues from press freedom to LGBT rights, Hungary routinely ignores the collective interpretation of EU values. Populist Prime Minister Viktor Orban seems to regard his increasingly toxic relationship with the EU’s institutions as a badge of honour and a political as…
 
Responsible for 17 per cent of the UK’s carbon usage, government will be looking to the private sector to reduce its emissions in the years to come. But what does it really mean for a business to achieve ‘net zero’? Should companies - and their sectors - account only for their direct emissions, or must they also measure their indirect impact, relat…
 
Alexi and Mosse open the show, and with the USMNT’s win against Jamaica to put them in the Gold Cup semifinals, they debate what is more impressive: the win against Mexico in Nations league or making it to Gold Cup final with this “B” team (8:09) They talk Matt Turner vs. Zack Steffen in goal, Mexico being the overwhelming favorite, and Mosse ridin…
 
Australian-owned and operated BOOB ARMOUR is designed to protect breasts and prevent injury in women and girls playing impact and hardball sports, including Australian rules football, netball, basketball, rugby soccer, hockey and cricket. Suzie Betts, BOOB ARMOUR’S Founder and Director, said: “There’s plenty of research and evidence showing that im…
 
Who would succeed Golden Greg Van Avermaet and Golden Anna van der Breggen as the Olympic road race champions? Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe discuss the opening weekend's action from the Tokyo Games, focusing on the way Richard Carapaz managed to escape the stranglehold of Wout van Aert and Tadej Pogacar to win the gold medal. The big question, t…
 
For most people, Mao Zedong and Xi Jinping stand out as the two Communist leaders of the People’s Republic of China. But growing up, it was actually a third man, by the name of Deng Xiaoping, whose legacy I felt the most. Though less than 5 foot tall, his impact on China’s trajectory was arguably more than Mao’s; and possibly will be more than Xi’s…
 
A run through the MLB standings to determine which teams could be active this trade deadline week, including notable players to keep an eye on. Plus, another round of NFL bubble players as we head into training camps, a numbers recap of the NHL draft, & expanded thoughts on why watching the Olympics in 2021 is frustrating.…
 
Since the United States pulled its troops out of Afghanistan at the beginning of July, the Taliban have continued to retake vast swathes of the country. Reports have emerged that they are once again enforcing the same repressive practices of their past rule; including the closure of girls' schools, public beatings and a prohibition on women travell…
 
The model railroad industry is more vibrant today than it’s ever been, with new manufacturers popping up almost every day. In this episode we talk to Greg McComas one who, like so many before him has created a business simply out of the need for a particular product. We first learned of Greg and his new business from our friend Stephen Atwell, owne…
 
On this Jimmy Gnecco interview, Jimmy talks about the Lana Del Rey song “Hey, Jimmy Gnecco,” and the controversy around it, his residency at the Viper Room, working with Brian May & Rick Rubin… “Struggling” vs. asking for help, how his own hard times have motivated him to be a source of healing for others, why viewing yourself as a victim is the wo…
 
William Green knows a little more than most about how to stack the odds in your favour. His career as a financial journalist has seen him write for publications including ‘The New Yorker’, ‘Time’, ‘Fortune’, and ‘Forbes’. He has reported from all over the world and interviewed presidents, CEOs, billionaires, and investors. Georgina Godwin speaks to…
 
This episode is spoken by Prince Ea, Ed Mylett, Jocko Willink, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Eric Thomas, Andy Frisella. You can see more of Prince Ea at tr.im/PrinceEa, Ed Mylett at tr.im/EdMylett, Jocko Willink at tr.im/JockoWillink, Arnold Schwarzenegger at tr.im/ArnoldSchwarzenegger, Eric Thomas at tr.im/EricThomas, Andy Frisella at tr.im/AndyFrisella…
 
On this episode of Soccer 101, Ryan Bailey, Joe Lowery and Graham Ruthven are on hand to answer a listener’s question about Academy systems. What are they? Why do soccer teams have them? How many parallels do they hold with Harry Potter’s academic upbringing? Sponsors! ExpressVPN! Go to ExpressVPN.com/soccer to get an extra three months of ExpressV…
 
Sports, Entertainment & IP lawyer Darren Heitner joins to discuss the early stages of Name, Image, Likeness across college sports, including what's still to come with high school athletes and the NCAA as a whole. Plus, the NBA offseason is officially here. We breakdown notable free agents, teams with cap space, min & max salaries, & plenty more.…
 
On this interview, Danny Kortchmar opens up about moving to LA from NYC, his first session (with Carole King & Gerry Goffin), cool stories about working with James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt, Don Henley, Stephen Stills, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Harry Nilsson & John Lennon, Neil Young, Keith Moon, Steve Cropper, Russ Kunkel, Leland Skl…
 
South Africa is facing its deepest political crisis of the post-apartheid era. Days of violence and looting saw more than 200 people killed and thousands arrested. Stephen Sackur speaks to Fikile Mbalula, the country's transport minister. Is the ANC government being confronted with its own failure?By BBC World Service
 
Having separated from her husband, Lucy Kellaway quit her full-time, high-status job as a journalist at the Financial Times to become a trainee teacher at a secondary school. In Re-educated, Lucy shows that age is no barrier to ripping up and starting again. Her charity, Now Teach encourages experienced people to step into the classroom to help plu…
 
We talk with Megha Majumdhar about her breakout debut novel, A Burning. It follows three characters in today’s India: one, a young Muslim woman falsely accused of terrorism, and two others who must choose between justice and self-interest. Then, rural America isn’t just poverty, opioid addiction and despair; it’s also community, resilience, and som…
 
Even casual readers will be familiar with Shirley Jackson's classic works: The Haunting of Hill House, We Have Always Lived in the Castle, and her iconic and widely anthologized short story "The Lottery." Stephen King called The Haunting of Hill House "one of the most important horror novels of the 20th century." In the course of her two-decade car…
 
This week on The Edition: How free are we after freedom day?(00:27) Also on the podcast: Why does it take hours to refuel your car in Lebanon?(10:19) and finally… Is British gardening wilting or blooming?(21:21) With The Spectator's economics editor Kate Andrews, Michael Kill, CEO of the Night Time Industries Association, journalists Paul Wood and …
 
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