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Back when TV networks existed, they gathered their best and brightest talent together in the spring to shoot TV shows that might make it to air in the fall.While TV has changed drastically since then, numerous shows are still shot in hopes of making more.
 
Bird Watchers, Birders, Nature Lovers should hear the Bird Banter Podcast. Hear Birders talk about birdwatching, or birding for the more passionate. Hear their birding stories, about bird watching experiences, about birding research, birding travel, and birdwatching anecdotes. It's fun, conversational and tries to be a birding ambassador to improve the world one birder at a time.
 
A podcast for Parents, Sports Coaches, PE Teachers, Support staff and anyone else interested in Youth Athletic Development! Our mission is to support grassroots coaches in the development of youth athletes. Here you'll find interviews with technical coaches, support staff, researchers and former athletes, helping us all to improve our coaching with young athletes.
 
My Favorite Detectives Stories is a short form interview podcast for listeners who want to be inspired, informed and entertained by great detective stories. We hear from investigators past and present about the type of investigations they perform, how they got into this niche and what they feel are the traits of a good investigator. They will share their favorites detective stories with us.
 
Join Martin Riese, the leading water sommelier in the world with his co-host Michael Mascha to discover bottled waters from around the world, meet with bottled water producers, water sommeliers and water distributors from around the world. Realize for yourself that Water is not just Water. Be thirsty and get hydrated.
 
Systematic Recordings also has its own exclusive radio show. But "SYSTEMATIC SESSIONS" is not your average label podcast! It's even far more than standard-setting podcast business. In fact the show serves you one hour of DJ-mixed up-to-date records on a weekly basis and is hosted by Marc Romboy in person, who welcomes profiled international guest jockeys with exclusive mixes every second week. DJs so far, who have contributed special guest mixes for the show, include Stephan Bodzin, Tommie S ...
 
Cristian Collodoro was born in Sicily, the beautiful Italian island, in 1993. At the early age of fourteen, driven by an interest for disco music, Cristian made his debuts in local venues by doing his first mix-ups with Underground and House Discs. Following a period of artistic soul-searching, Cristian’s musical interests shifted towards Techno Music with this giving him the opportunity to refine his mixing techniques. Collodoro’s style – a powerful combination of charisma and engaging deli ...
 
Label boss / A&R at Minds of Sin Records. To send your demos, please visit the label page! For bookings: Bookings@joemesmar.com ====== Joe Mesmar is a Canadian Underground DJ & Music Producer who has toured throughout the world doing shows in dozens of countries, including France, Italy, Bulgaria, the Netherlands, Germany, and the United States, among others. Originally from Montreal, Canada, Mesmar has been recognized by his fellow artists as one of the hottest rising talents in the industr ...
 
www.coloursound.org www.facebook.com/coloursoundfestival www.twitter.com/coloursoundfest ____________________________________ ____________________________________ Tired of the same-old same-old in the North of England when it comes to nocturnal gatherings? Well we were, so we started Coloursound. It’s big and bold, is already teamed up with big-wigs like Cadenza and We Love and all kicks off in September. With a fine mixture of the big names you love and the ruder underground talents of tomo ...
 
On "The Process" podcast I interview Olympic champions, inspirational leaders, best-selling authors, communication experts, mindset gurus, and other high achievers across various fields in order to learn and share with you the systems and processes they use in their own life that has led them to happiness, fulfillment, health and wealth.What if the sources of discontent in your life are not "you" problems but are instead "process" problems?
 
"The Greatest Secret in the world is an inspiring and affirmative guide to victorious living by the author that gave us "The Greatest Salesman In the World." "Og Mandino emphasizes the basic steps which must be taken to make life worthwhile his book is a guide to the happy practice as business faith as well as a manual for the use of that faith for the problems that surround us all." Lester J. Bradshaw. Join us as we utilize the text to do what it does best. Winston
 
Real conversations are the ones that move things forward in relationships, that cause growth and improvement, and which are the ones that ultimately matter. In business and in life. Being able to be authentic and real, to confront (and handle being confronted) when needed, be open and tell the truth, ask for help, even say no and speak up for ourselves, are conversations that many of us find challenging and difficult. Yet they are the conversations that count. Telana Simpson helps bright, ta ...
 
The Wired Educator Podcast: Becoming a Better Educator Now So You Can Make a Greater Impact and Enjoy a Higher Quality Lifestyle. The Host, Kelly Croy, is an Apple Distinguished Educator and Google Certified teacher. He has been teaching in the classroom for over 24 years. Kelly is a speaker, artist, author and educator. The Wired Educator Podcast will deliver content to help educators make a greater impact, be more productive, increase their efficiency, and improve their lifestyles. In this ...
 
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Ben Pullen is a PhD student in the Youth Physical Development Centre at Cardiff Metropolitan University. His research focuses on the impact of strength and conditioning on the athletic motor skill competencies and the psychological attributes of youths. His PhD is a joint project with the Welsh Institute of Performance Science, Sport Wales and Swan…
 
“Leaders are lifelong learners” is a statement that resonates with many of us who are on a journey to continually redefine ourselves. There are few people who exemplify this more than today’s guest, Quentin Pullen. After serving in both the Marines and the Navy, working as a manual therapist for 25 years, and starting a small business, Quentin is r…
 
Lana Skeldon is a current International Rugby Player recently earning her 40th Cap for Scotland against France in the Women’s Six Nations. In this episode Lana discusses: Overcoming limited opportunities locally to play rugby. The psychological challenge of changing position. Being inspired by coaches and fellow players. Her take on training with "…
 
Do you use social media or does it use you? Whether you’re a small business owner like myself or an individual trying to develop their brand, social media can be a powerful tool. But if you have an interest in reaching more people and doing so authentically, having a strategy is essential. Today, we are talking to The Movement Maestro (Shanté Cofie…
 
Doug is the Amazon #1 Bestselling; Macavity and Benjamin Franklin Award winning; and Edgar, Agatha, Anthony, Shamus, Scribe, Silver Falchion, and USA Today Best Book Award nominated author of 17 books, both non-fiction and fiction, including the Samantha Cody, Dub Walker, and Jake Longly thriller series and the Royal Pains media tie-in novels. His …
 
Legendary actor, Michael Gross talks Tremors: Shrieker Island. Watch it now on Netflix or grab a copy on Bluray or digital. Then later, Clark and Michael talk about what it was like shooting the second Patriot Pete video. Plus, Jaime gives a touching eulogy to the short-lived streaming service, Quibi. And finally, Spider visits an abandoned hospita…
 
Episode Reviewed: "Brother's Keeper" we meet Don Johnson's Sonny Crockett, the fashion explosion that was bigger than the one that killed his partner (played by Jimmy Smits). Crockett pairs with Philip Michael Thomas's Rico Tubbs in an attempt to bring justice to the mean streets of sunny Miami, Florida. Also, let's not forget about Elvis, Sonny's …
 
As with most things in life, context matters. And whether we intend to or not, our behavior changes depending on our current environment. Yes, being ourselves is important, but it’s not realistic (nor effective) to behave the same way in every situation. Instead, mastering the ability to adapt is key to executing our roles successfully. Stephen Pak…
 
In this episode Knikole Taylor and I talk about personalized professional learning, giving teachers a voice, meeting with every teacher, becoming a barrier remover for teachers, and getting excited about the lessons that you’re planning and how you will teach it! Nichole Taylor encourages the use of badging for professional learning and we have som…
 
Nick Lund, "The Birdist" and I talk about how he became The Birdist, birding in Maine, his birding story, and about birding adventures and more on this episode. Here are some key links related to the episode. See the blog post about this episode on the Bird Banter Blog for more information. The Birdist Maine Audubon The ABA Podcast episode on birdi…
 
There’s no doubt that we are in an unprecedented age of virtual meetings, webinars, and presentations. The goal of this episode is to give the DNA of what makes a great experience and offer a wake-up call for anyone who has not been taking advantage of these experiences; whether you are leading or attending! If you find yourself constantly disappoi…
 
What’s it all about?Hydrogen vs Batteries!! Not at all. We’re (Clean) technology agnostic here. The challenges of climate change and biodiversity loss are enormous, and we need all the tools in the armoury to stand a chance. That said, it’s important we use the right tool for the right job, and that’s something I discuss with Phil Caldwell, CEO of …
 
Actor, Jonathan Del Arco talks about his return as Hugh in Star Trek: Picard. He also talks about what it was like coming up in the industry as a gay actor. Plus, Clark has a health scare that almost lands him in the emergency room. Then later, the show checks in on Julie from Cheaters. Also, Eric & Michael review the third season premiere episode …
 
Episode Reviewed: "That '80s Pilot" Remember That '70s Show? Well, why not another one? One decade later - That's right it's "That '80s Show" which aired for only half a season on FOX before being canceled, but boy, was it glorious. Starring the then-unknown Glenn Howerton (Dennis Reynolds on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia") as struggling music…
 
Building and growing a company is no easy feat, not to mention trying to do so with a remote team. How do you ensure you’re hiring the right people? What can you do to keep everyone on the same page? Our guest today is uniquely qualified to answer these questions and more. Jonathan Goodman is the founder of the Personal Trainer Development Center a…
 
This episode was recorded about a month ago, and the plan was to publish it while I was recovering from a hip replacement surgery. Somehow it slipped by, and is being published a bit later than usual. I think you'll enjoy hearing Tom Bancroft's birding story, and about his career in conservation and ornithology. Enjoy. Here is a link to Tom's photo…
 
Trevor Ragan is the founder of The Learner Lab - an educational website designed to unpack and share the science of learning and development. He spends his time with thought leaders and researchers from the worlds of psychology and developmental science, consumes their research, connects the dots, and shares it with anyone that will listen. He's wo…
 
Today's episode is brought to you by "Odessa on the Delaware: Introducing FBI Agent Marsha O'Shea". I sincerely hope you will enjoy this thrilling crime novel. You can purchase it here: Amazon Guest Profile: Stephanie Kane is a lawyer and award-winning author of six crime novels. Born in Brooklyn, she came to Colorado as a freshman at CU. She owned…
 
Episode Reviewed: "365" This week we've gone back to the '80s as we talk about the Showtime series Black Monday. Directed by frequent collaborators Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg, Black Monday delves into the stock market crash of 1987 and creatively uses a huge amount of current comedic talent to tell its story of the fictitious version of how and W…
 
Why do we do the things we do? What influences the way we act, the method through which we communicate, the people we surround ourselves with…? We are complex creatures, and to better understand our behavior, we need to better understand what drives us. Through this enhanced understanding, we become more effective as communicators, and ultimately a…
 
You may remember John from episode #31 when we talked about his upcoming birding big year traveling only by unicycle and on foot. Well, as with all things 2020 Covid-19 intervened, but the start of his planned big year is story enough to warrant having John back to hear how is adventure went. In a nutshell, crazy and super cool. Enjoy. Here is a li…
 
Dr John Radnor is a Lecturer and researcher in Strength and Conditioning at Cardiff Metropolitan University. His research interests surround youth S&C, and he has recently completed his PhD in Paediatric Exercise Science. John has previously worked with Welsh Rowing and the GB Start Programme, as well as previously being an academy S&C coach at Exe…
 
Imagine being diagnosed with a disorder at a very young age, having doctors write you off, and learning that your parents were advised to put you in a facility and to move on with their lives. This is essentially what today’s guest, Matt Marcinek, went through. After being diagnosed with cerebral palsy at 9 months of age, neurologists suggested tha…
 
We’ve had the opportunity to speak to some of the pure play cleantech VCs in Europe over the last few months, this time I was delighted to reach out to Dan to share his thoughts from a US perspective. I really like Dan’s approach to both technologies and management teams, and his efforts and take on the diversity and inclusion issue. I hope you enj…
 
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