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I’ve covered 5 Olympic and 5 Paralympic Games at home and abroad. Tokyo 2020 was to have been numbers 6. So how are the athletes preparing during Covid times. And what are they learning in the run up to the Games. The Podcast lasts around 10 mins and comes out daily, Monday to Friday. I’m also using it to raise money for Maggie’s Cancer Centres to thank them for the help they’ve given my wife and family during her bowel cancer journey. https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/destinationtokyo
 
Welcome to the Curious Pavel Podcast Sessions, hosted by the most positive person you will ever meet. I get in touch with tour guides or knowledgeable locals and ask them about their area, so you don't have to. We speak about food, drinks, accommodation, prices, and sightseeing. That way you can: 1) Travel remotely in the comfort of your chair 2) Have a guide book when you decide to visit the destination in person Learn something new with every episode 📚 The show is running weekly. New episo ...
 
Canada's Calling is a new podcast series that follows hosts Mike and Ashley as they travel to every province and territory to connect with Canadians who are answering their calling. A journey where they leave each visit changed by the people they encounter and the experiences they come across. They'll weave together the stories of the people and the places that make each area of Canada unique and connect to what it truly means to be Canadian.
 
The lighter side of landscaping. Jack, Lynne and Matt McFarland, chat about horticulture served with a hearty helping of humour. With over 70 years of design and installation experience the McFarland boys dig into topics in a way you've rarely heard. Packed full of guests that represent various corners of the industry, The Growing Season is smile worthy.The Growing Season: No politics or pulpits, just plants and muddy workboots.
 
We’re Amanda & Ryan and we’re the hosts of The World Wanderers podcast. We’re a traveling couple originally from Alberta, Canada with a love of exploring the world, eating great food (mostly Mexican food, if we’re being honest), learning new languages, and meeting new people. The World Wanderers podcast is a travel diary of our adventures since we started traveling together in 2011. We take you with us as we travel through Europe, Southeast Asia, Australia & New Zealand as 22-year old budget ...
 
In today’s world, everyone can use a little inspiration!Navigating your career isn't easy and many people at different points in their lives feel lost and unsure of the path they have taken, we have all experienced this at one point in our lives. Navigating your career is not a destination, but a journey. This podcast was created as a passion project to showcase women leaders' journey's and during the COVID-19 pandemic, there is no better time to gain inspiration and insight from amazing wom ...
 
If you love to travel then this is the podcast for you. Join our team of travel-loving experts as they give you some amazing insights and ideas about some of the newest and best places to go. PLUS, we'll be giving you a regular roundup of what's trending, places to avoid, the top travel news and some great travel tips you may never have thought about. Plus in each episode we will: * Look at the latest travel trends * Discuss what's new in travel * Help you find the very best deals Check out ...
 
Travel inspiration, advice and tips for travelers looking to find and have the very best luxurious travel experience on land and sea all around the world. All the travel tips and travel advice is based on Gary Bembridge’s first hand experience traveling the world every month of very year for over 20 years for work, vacation and usually both. He explores the best way to get there, getting around once there, and his top tips on the must see attractions and tours. http://www.TipsForTravellers.com
 
This series focuses on what your doctors wish you knew. Tune into issues, misconceptions and hot topics in medicine and health led by Dr. Michael Szabo as he hosts a variety of guest physicians. Novus Health is Canada’s leader in health navigation. We deliver personalized support, reputable information, and health-related services in one single-destination, using technology to help Canadians make informed health decisions. In doing so, we create value for our partners while improving their m ...
 
Every Place Is The Same is a comedic travel podcast, that flips the old thought --that every place is wonderfully different-- instead we claim: "every place is wonderfully the same". Our podcast isn't so much about the journey as it is about the destination. 10 minutes - the perfect short podcast when you need a laugh or to take your mind to a different location all together. email: everyplaceisthesame@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Who hasn't dreamt of packing up and just leaving their daily lives behind for a while?A Newfoundland girl and her German partner have done just that! Sherrie McCarthy, an English language teacher from Newfoundland Canada, and Patrick Schweizer, an IT consultant from Sindelfingen, Germany, are doing just that. They are escaping their daily routines for three months by embarking on a motorcycle adventure with their two new best friends "Betty" and "Wilma" - two matching motorcycles. The advent ...
 
The Haas Team Podcast is a weekly fan podcast dedicated to news and discussion regarding Formula 1 racing and the Haas F1 Team. Strap in and join host, Brad Groux, as he discusses the technology, news, race results and drama of Formula One racing. Brad and the HTX Podcast Network are dedicated to being the podcast destination for fans of Haas and F1 across the United States, and world. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/haasteampodcast/support
 
Welcome to Many Roads Travelled : (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic adventures around the world! My first series will take you with me on my 16 months, 30,000+ mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town & back to Nairobi! I hope to entertain you with my crazy ass travel tales as well as offer you inspiration & travel advice (especially for solo female travellers) along the way! After 30 years of solo female travel to 76 countries, I have a lot of them! Think ...
 
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Today we're in British Columbia in Canada with Tim Baillie, gold medal winner in the Canoe Slalom C2 in London 2012. Canada has had some tough restrictions during Covid but life for Tim has become more relaxed in recent months with schools returning. It's a very outdoor life and even the nearby ski slopes have remained open. Tim reflects on 2012 an…
 
Welcome to episode 35 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching! So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in…
 
He left the UK just in time to enjoy the freedoms of New Zealand during the pandemic. Tim Brabants is a doctor, specialising in Accident and Emergency, and a record-breaking canoeist. Tim was GB's first ever gold medal winner in any canoe discipline when he came first in Beijing in Canoe Sprint. He's now coaching with the Olympic Squad in NZ and al…
 
On this episode we are exploring Umbria and discovering what this stunning region of Italy has to offer visitors. Umbria is a largely rural region located right in the centre of the Italian boot, just off the beaten path. Umbria’s picturesque villages and green landscapes are well-known among Italians who want a nearby getaway, with plenty of tradi…
 
Rob Woodhouse is steeped in the Olympics and Paralympics. he won a medal for Australia in the IM in the pool in Los Angeles in 1984. Since then, he's become an accomplished pundit for ABC Radio and RB as a regular at the Games. He's also represented some of Britain's great Olympians and Paralympians as their agent. Becky Adlington, Chris Hoy, Adam …
 
It's episode 25 and we are 1/4th of the 100! For that reason, we are making a big trip! We are travelling to a whole region: the Northwest part of North America. We will go around Seattle, Portland, and Vancouver, and the things to see and do in between. Amongst other things, we will find ╼ ╍ ╾ About Lander: Lander Nelson is a 14th generation Ameri…
 
You might want to sit down for this one! The McFarland's chat about all the trees that have gone extinct or are on the brink. The "Red List," the list that organisms find themselves on if they are on the verge of disappearing forever, is filling up rapidly. Jack, Lynne and Matt discuss some heavy topics but offer insights into what we can do to hel…
 
She scored a hat-trick for England in midweek - Ellen White talks about playing international football again. Covid has meant no England games for a year - but Ellen has a big smile on her face this week. And a souvenir ball for her trophy cabinet. Ellen speaks about the Olympic preparations - and what she's doing to earn selection. Ellen also co p…
 
On this episode we are exploring the beautiful Italian island of Sardinia. Our two special guests share their personal recommendations from their favourite beaches to local cuisine. They also share their knowledge on: Best way to get around Sardinia Cities and areas to visit Sardinia's hidden gems Sardinia's history This podcast uses the following …
 
Welcome to episode 34 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching! So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in…
 
On this sponsored episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Stephen Ryan joins us to talk about Momentum Music Research, a new player in the online audience music research space. Ryan, a UK radio veteran, is the creator of the cloud-based platform that allows users to see the results of their music research in real time, using an algorithm that …
 
In this episode of The World Wanderers we are excited to catch up with friends of the podcast, Annette and Daniel Fortner from Chaseforadventure.com! Annette and Daniel are full-time travelers and digital entrepreneurs teaching aspiring digital nomads how they can create a full-time traveling life! The Fortners have had some crazy experiences since…
 
She won swimming medals at London 2012 and Rio 2016. But in Tokyo she'll be in a canoe and aiming for her first Paralympic gold medal. Charlotte Henshaw has had a phenomenal time since switching sports. She talks us through the process and what she's learnt along the way. Charlotte also talks about the qualification event for this summer. You can f…
 
Dan Greaves has competed and won medals at 5 Paralympic Games - with his debut in Sydney in 2000. The delay to the Tokyo Games has helped "Discus Dan" who has recovered from a career threatening injury he picked up in 2019. Dan's coach is in Dubai and his coaching sessions are via an ipad. He's used to it. His previous coach was based in Arizona. W…
 
On this episode we will be discovering what New Hampshire is like to visit in the winter and especially for skiing & snowboarding. With great snow conditions over the winter months makes New Hampshire a great ski destination. But there's a lot more than skiing and riding – there's something for everyone of all ages in New Hampshire. Our special gue…
 
We recorded this podcast just as the Prime Minister announced the easing of lockdown in England. And for Shona McCallin that means many things, including a return to coaching her local hockey team in Maidenhead. Shona talks about why she chose to coach whilst being on the GB squad and what she's learning. We also talk about the run up to Tokyo and …
 
Beth Milliard, PhD who was recently promoted to Staff Sergeant at York Regional Police shares her fascinating career journey in the field of policing and her academic journey that led her to obtaining a PhD, creating new knowledge in the field of peer-support programs designed to help support the mental health of police officers’. Beth shares amazi…
 
It's been a tough few days for GB boxer Sandy Ryan. She's spent 9 years hoping to make an Olympic Games. But her hopes of making it to Tokyo are over after her Qualifying event was cancelled because of Covid. Sandy's struggled with a shoulder injury but she's recovering well and was hoping this was going to be her year. The Commonwealth Games gold …
 
Welcome back to the USA! After visiting Philly, we are now travelling to Washington DC. The city was named for George Washington, the first president of the United States. Attractions, food locations, travelling within the city, and much more in this episode. ╼ ╍ ╾ About Lissa: Lissa Ryan is a Travel Advisor with Kingdom Destinations, an Authorized…
 
*Trigger Warning* Shayne Lund is one of the worst predators Orillia, Ontario has ever seen. His crimes went unknown for over a decade, and the lives he has traumatized are forever changed. Facebook Listener Group: A Sinister Place Instagram: @destinationsinister Tik Tok: @destinationsinister Twitter: @sinsistercanada Support: https://www.buymeacoff…
 
They're pointy, they're prickly and they're fascinating. The Growing Season goes Sonoran and tackles some of the most prickly customers to ever grace a plot of soil. Cacti - their ins and outs and how to care for them in your home are all discussed. As usual, Jack, Lynne and Matt stumble upon the weirdos of the cactus group. Cacti that jump out at …
 
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we chat with Nails Mahoney. A veteran of radio on both sides of the pond, including stations in Vancouver and Toronto, Mahoney now runs talent coaching business OnAir Coach with partner Tracey Lee. OnAir Coach is behind the Radio Star international talent competition, which now in its fourth year…
 
An Olympic great, Sir Chris Hoy, is on our throwback Friday. It's an excerpt from a much longer interview given to the Track and Ball Podcast.(A brilliant podcast series, by the way, more details further down). Sir Chris talks about the 2004 games in Athens and how a conversation with the sports psychologist Dr Steve Peters changed his mindset. Sir…
 
Insight Vacations have spent over a year brainstorming to create something that they've never put together before for women travellers in search of new experiences. And that's how they started this wonder woman series, starting with this inspirational journey of India for women. In the lead up to international women's day on the 8th of March, Lucy …
 
Amanda Goreski is an inspiring leader both in the field of law and as a documentary producer. Check out one of Amanda’s most recent documentaries called “Miracle, Baby” the story of Cory Conacher, a professional hockey player living with type 1 diabetes at: www.suprecontent.com Become Part of the WLN Community and Help Break Barriers The Women Lead…
 
Welcome to episode 33 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching! So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in…
 
This episode explores captaincy and leadership with Adam Dixon, skipper of the GB Hockey team. Adam's held this position since February 2019 and gives me the inside track on how the hockey squad operates. One of his big challenges has been keeping the group together over the last year over lockdown. He also talks about a more open and honest approa…
 
Patrick Huston talks us through his mental rehearsals - the way he visualises his performances. It's all part of his preparation in the build up to the qualification events for Tokyo. It's about visualising success and Patrick spends up to an hour and a half a day doing this. And he gets a notification every 2 hours with a positive reminder to rein…
 
Former World Champion hurdler Dai Greene articulates the frustration at trying to find competition just 5 months out from the Tokyo Olympics. Covid had devastated the indoor season and Dai is disappointed that more hasn't been done to help elite athletes. He's not competed since last July and whilst he understands that travelling around is very dif…
 
At last! Competition in the UK. And marathon swimmer Alice Dearing was back in the pool for the first time in 11 months. Alice normally competes in open water - but grabbed this opportunity as British Swimming put on a competitive meeting in Manchester. She talks about how she loved the event and describes how it worked....and hopefully paves the w…
 
After visiting the capital of Bulgaria in episode 3, 20 episodes later we travel to Bansko. It is a ski resort, about an hour away from Sofia. It is cheap, friendly and beautiful. I invited a local travel blogger to share her knowledge of Bansko and the surrounding areas. We talked about places to eat, places to hike, ski, a hub for the creative mi…
 
It's that time of year again. The time of year where you give roses to your partner. The time of year where you have a lovely meal and admire the corpse flower spewing stink into the room around you. Wait, what? The Growing Season offers the sequel to their sexy plants show just in time for Valentines day. From the usual to the completely unusual J…
 
Saturday, Feb. 13th marks the 10th anniversary of World Radio Day, proclaimed in 2011 by UNESCO. This year's theme is "New World, New Radio", an ode to the medium's resilience and ability to adapt. The past year has been a challenging one for the Canadian industry on many fronts, but those on the frontlines know that radio has also been a place to …
 
Some great thoughts to ponder on in this episode with GB Paralympic gold medal winner Emma Wiggs. For starters, we talk about the resignation of the head of the Tokyo Olympics Organising Committee, Yoshiro Mori, for making inappropriate remarks about women. We move on to discus the role of the Paralympics in breaking down barriers. And there's Emma…
 
Welcome to episode 32 of Many Roads Travelled: (Solo Female) Travel Podcast The travel podcast that takes you on epic road trips around the world via public transport or hitching! So if you love to travel & travel adventures then come along for the ride! This first series is about my 16 months, 30k mile road trip from Paris to Cape Town way back in…
 
This time on The World Wanderers we are joined by Mr. Nomad Numbers, one of the Nomad Numbers team. In 2018, Mr. and Mrs. Nomad Numbers quit their jobs, sold their stuff, and started traveling the world full time! From the start, they’ve documented their journey and kept detailed track of their budget, spending, and income. Their site is a truly gr…
 
Olympian Ellen White has become the all-time top goalscorer in the WSL this week. She's also been named in the England squad once more for the next international. Paralympian Richard Whitehead is back from warm weather training with Tokyo in his sights. The pair present their own podcast, Track and Ball, and they've been taking questions from schoo…
 
Charlie Gawley, Tieline VP of Sales, joins David Rusch of Audio Broadcast Canada on this sponsored edition of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast. The Tieline Gateway is a powerful DSP-based 1RU IP codec enabling transport of multiple mono or stereo audio channels across the public internet and any QoS-enabled IP network, including T1 and T3 connectio…
 
George Peasegood has a very powerful story. But he doesn't always realise it. That's because he loves what he does. George is one of the world's best para-triathletes and hopes to be heading to Tokyo. He was just 2 1/2 when his left leg got trapped under a ride-on lawn mower. His leg was saved, but as a teenager he needed nine months of operations …
 
Here's an expert's way of keeping motivated to exercise when conditions are not great outside.... Martyn Rooney is one of the most experienced members of Team GB's athletics squad - with an Olympic medal to his name. But his tip might hurt. He suggests finding an exercise you really don't like and do that. Martyn's a great believer in hard work. An…
 
He runs marathons; spends hours training. And has a full-time job in teaching. Kevin Seaward is hoping to be with Team Ireland in Japan this summer. He is an Olympian from Rio and finished 4th in the Commonwealth Games in 2018. But aside from the miles training on the road, he's also part of the leadership team at Beauchamp College, a large school …
 
Once a year you can go around and enjoy a buffet with maple syrup goodies (like pouring maple syrup on the snow and grabbing it with a stick). These places are called Sugar Shack. But what does sugar shack mean? A sugar shack, also known as sap house, sugar house, sugar shanty or sugar cabin, are small cabins or groups of cabins where sap, collecte…
 
*Trigger Warning* Canada Day weekend is something a lot of us Canadians look forward to; the long weekend, the sun, spending time with your friends and family, and finally getting a chance to escape the real world. In 2016, that is just what Kassidi and her girlfriends were wanting to do. What was suppose to be a fun day/night with her best friends…
 
The Wierdilogy comes to an end. In part 3 of our deep dive into the weird and wonderful Jack, Lynne and Matt steer The Growing Season towards the edibles that you can gobble that are just plain WTF. Juiceless fruit, lemons that look like the hands of a deity, broccoli that looks like a Christmas Tree and exploding tomatoes. It gets rowdy, but you a…
 
No trips to bars, restaurants and sights. No travel on public transport without permission. Restrictions at venues. The details are coming out which'll shape how athletes, the media and officials must behave in Tokyo during the Games. The guest today is Andy Stevenson, who works on the Games for Channel 4 and BBC Radio Sport. Andy is a Paralympic s…
 
On this episode we are going to be exploring the beautiful Atlantic Canada region. Covering four provinces, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. These four provinces offer Canada’s prettiest coastline and every seaside activity you can imagine! We will be covering... City break ideas. When to visit and seaso…
 
Today's leaders need to be highly resilient and what better way to improve your ability to be resilient than to allow yourself 4 minutes to take a mindful break. COVID-19 is really testing our resiliency... so if you are having one of those days, balancing work, homeschooling, the unknown...just take 4 minutes and listen to Mallika Chopra's incredi…
 
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