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The only podcast series about the race for Ward One Alder in New Haven, Connecticut -- the election that's sweeping the Yale University campus and knocking on your doors whether you like it or not. Brought to you by The Politic, Yale’s political journal since 1947. Hosted by Maddie Colbert, Anthony Kayruz, and Simone Seiver. Produced by Phoebe Petrovic. Music performed by Michael Mei. Studio courtesy of WYBCx.
 
Each week, SpyCast will feature interviews and programs with ex-spies, intelligence experts, and espionage scholars. SpyCast is hosted by Dr. Andrew Hammond (https://www.spymuseum.org/press/press-archive/2020-press-releases/spy-museum-names-andrew-hammon/) , the museum's Historian & Curator. Dr. Hammond specializes in intelligence, diplomatic, and military history, with expertise in the late-Cold War and post-9/11 eras. The International Spy Museum in Washington, DC is home to the world's la ...
 
The Marketing Rescue podcast is a weekly show that covers the most epic brand failures and comebacks throughout history. Join hosts Nico Coetzee and Chad Childress as they talk about how some of your favorite brands came back from the brink of disaster, as well as some of the more sinister brand business you may have heard of, but don’t really know. We are here every week with the entire stories—the successes, the failures, and why they happened. You haven’t heard the stories told like this ...
 
Unseen Unknown is a brand and business strategy podcast about the hidden threads that connect even the most distant of cultural concepts. We look at the emerging trends and behaviors that may be pointing to a deeper truth and ask the bigger question, “Why is society moving in this direction, and how can we apply it to business?” We believe if we can’t see it in our culture, then we can’t know it in the market. From retail and consumerism to politics, gender, identity and values, there are pa ...
 
Haven’t you heard? People are feeling socialism these days--almost as much as they’re feeling the crushing anxiety of mounting debt, climate catastrophe and the rising tide of bigotry and racism. But what exactly does socialism mean today? Jen Roesch and Danny Katch talk politics and protest with a range of guests to uncover the path to a better world from the wreckage of this dung heap. If the daily struggle with capitalism has you teetering on the edge of existential despair, then this is ...
 
Are you looking for a high energy, in yo' face, push thru the pain, explode thru the weight,"WITNESS MY FITNESS" podcast? Well, THIS ISN'T IT! If what you ARE looking for is inspiring conversations with regular people who have attained exceptional results, then you are in the right place! Do you want to better understand how to train as your body ages through the decades? How something that worked in your 20's could actually be keeping you from excelling in your 40's. I'll introduce you to s ...
 
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Mossad. Shin Bet. Aman. Legendary names from the world of secret intelligence. Adolf Eichmann. Wrath of God. Stuxnet. Israel’s intelligence agencies never seem to be far from the history books…or the headlines. Were they behind the recent killing of the so-called Iranian Robert Oppenheimer, nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh? To provide some cont…
 
E-bikes are a huge area of growth, with some trail centres in the UK already seeing around 50% of their traffic coming from e-bikes. Therefore, whether you like them or not, they are here to stay, and I wanted to find out more. I was lucky enough to be lent a brand new Marin Alpine Trail E2 for a month, so I could get some experience for myself fir…
 
In today’s episode we speak about one company that had genuine intentions behind a (seemingly) small change but received massive, almost immediate online criticism, and lost a jaw-dropping amount of money in the process - also serving as a reminder that you shouldn’t fix what isn't broken - is Gap.1988, Gap debuted its now-iconic blue square logo. …
 
Ever thought you were the smartest person in the room? You’ve never been in a room with Sir David Omand. My former professor – no slouch himself – described Sir David as “the brightest person I have ever met.” It is certainly difficult to think of anyone more qualified to appear on SpyCast: former Director of GCHQ, former Chair of the Joint Intelli…
 
Tracey Hannah is a mountain biker who has had a career full of the highest highs, and the lowest lows. We chat about everything, from having a four year break after her first World Cup season and dealing with horrific injuries, to competing in a home World Champs and an incredible battle for the overall. So hit play below and join me for a chat wit…
 
In this episode, the guys continue the previous discussion about the evolution of digital analytics at a basic foundational level and the ethical considerations marketers should consider. Chad shares a personal story about being considerate of feelings of intrusive marketing practices and Nico advocates for more ethical leadership in the advertisin…
 
If 1985 was “The Year of the Spy,” was 2019 its equivalent in the sporting world? The Patriots were accused of spying on the Bengals, Leeds Utd. of surveilling Derby County, and the Houston Astros of stealing-signs from, well, everybody. Just before Super Bowl XLV (2011), high-school quarterback, artist and Spy Museum stalwart Dan Treado sat down w…
 
Jamie Edmondson came to most people’s attention when he took a podium at the last round of the World Cup in Lousã. However, his climb to the top steps of the sport started way before that. We chat about his early race career, his challenging junior years, what it takes to go privateer, how knowing Ben Cathro comes in handy and much more. So hit pla…
 
In this episode, the guys chat about the evolution of digital analytics at a basic foundational level and how that has played into the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon, and how ads are targeted. Nico talks about why we accept privacy policies with little thought and Chad finds out what Nico's kids search for on Alexa.With the advent of ad tracking, market…
 
Alright, it’s time for a quarantine catch up with the one and only, Eddie Masters. We will be finding out how his season went, hearing about his get fit quick plan, chatting World Cup and EWS racing in general, team rumours, hotel room marathons, the state of World Cup downhill and plenty more. So hit play and join us for a catch-up. You can follow…
 
Nathan Apodaca, whose username is Doggface208, uploaded a video to TikTok on September 25th of himself skateboarding to Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” while drinking from a bottle of Ocean Spray Cranberry-Raspberry Juice. The video went viral and had over 61 million views as of October 20th.In today’s episode, we discuss what did Apodaca’s viral video do…
 
This weekend it was Lousã World Cup which hosted the final two rounds of the 2020 season. I’m joined by Eliot Jackson and Neko Mulally to chat about the racing. We cover all the important things, like what was Loic doing with his fork, will Greg race next year, and did the weather really change the results? So hit play and join us to chat about thi…
 
Fact vs. Fake. Truth vs. Lies. Information vs. Disinformation. For voters trying to choose between competing parties and candidates the distinction between them would seem to be central. But is it still possible to tell which is which? In this week’s SpyCast Andrew is joined by two analysts from the Alliance for Securing Democracy – Russia watcher …
 
Today we are going inside Privateer Bikes. We are joined by their MTB Brand Manager, Sam Meegan, and Redburn Design’s Ali Beckett to chat about the development of their enduro bike, the 161. We chat about where Privateer Bikes came from, their progressive approach to geometry, the challenge of designing for optimum value and plenty more. You’ll hea…
 
For Andrew Hammond, a Scotsman and the historian and curator of the International Spy Museum, the loss of iconic actor Sean Connery this week at the age of 90 hits particularly hard. “As a Scot, someone from the same country, it’s a great loss and a deep loss,” Hammond told WTOP. “For spy fans and people who are from Scotland, but also for anyone w…
 
For the second episode in our series on Systems In Flux, we’re talking about systems of class and taste. In the past 10 years, new brands have emerged, specifically in luxury and premium categories, that point to a divergence in our social systems around what class and taste are, and how they are achieved. Brand strategist and sociologist Ana Andje…
 
We are happy to share the 30th episode of The Marketing Rescue Podcast with you!In today's episode, we talk about an extremely well-known brand that has a very interesting, historical story. Now, what was once a concoction of scraps in the Third Reich, and then a fizzy brightly colored soda in Italy, is now a drink shared internationally by all typ…
 
Whether it’s brand, behavior, or culture, the more you dig into the systems that affect our lives the closer you’ll come to a conversation about capitalism. In this house episode, Jasmine and Jean-Louis dig into a curious pattern that's emerging across all kinds of markets, a divergent behavior that’s starting to change the rules of the game for br…
 
Today I’m joined by Strength Factory’s Ben Plenge. Ben was responsible for our most popular episode of the year when he joined me in January to help you stay fit and make sure you can still shred when you’re 70. This time we sat down to talk more specifically about how to put together your winter fitness blueprint, to give you the best chance of sm…
 
In this episode, the guys chat about the infamous 10 cent beer night and other examples of when ‘free becomes bad’ in marketing. Over the years, there have been some pretty bad promotions - Oprah Winfrey and KFC's Great Chicken Fiasco of 2009, McDonald's 1984 Olympic Scratch-Off Giveaway Campaign, and American Airlines’ Fly Free for Life are all ri…
 
This weekend the World Cup rolled into Maribor for the first ever double-header race weekend. So, I’m joined by Eliot Jackson and Neko Mulally to chat all things Maribor. We find out first hand what it was like to be racing a double-header. We chat about the impact of the weather conditions, tyre choice and THAT triple! Hit play and get behind the …
 
Authorized History of a Secret Intelligence Agency –(STOP)­– author debriefed by Spy Historian Hammond –(STOP)– WW1 WW2 Cold War –(STOP)– reevaluation of Western Front Bletchley Park Ultra Falklands War –(STOP)­– discuss Authorized Histories “Cyber Rifles” and coming century –(STOP)– Podcast released on same day as Ferris book –(STOP) – a coinciden…
 
You probably haven’t heard of Erick Auger, but you definitely should. Erick has been into mountain bikes since the very beginning and now runs Faction Bike Studio, a consultancy which supports the bike industry in designing and making the awesome bikes that we all love to ride. So Erick knows a thing or two about bikes. We sat down to find out abou…
 
This iconic brand once sat at the top of the heap. Champion meant quality, and people wanted it. Then, just as quickly it died out. But with the resurgence of all things 80’s, Champion has come back strong. And while Champion’s comeback may seem like the lucky product of a fickle market, it’s not just a coincidence… the savvy Champion marketing tea…
 
Finally, after over a year, we’ve got some world level racing to talk about, and it’s started out with the biggest race of the year, World Champs in Leogang. I’m joined by the awesome Neko Mulally and Eliot Jackson to find out what went down. We chat weather, changing conditions, ruts, set up and more. There is a small technical issue with a very s…
 
Is racism an issue in mountain biking? Why are people of colour so underrepresented in the sport? In order to find out, I’m joined by Eliot Jackson and Phil Young to talk about diversity and... The post Racism in Mountain Biking – How Are We Doing? appeared first on Downtime Podcast.By Downtime MTB
 
In today’s episode, we talk about one of the most iconic shoe brands of all time - Converse, its history, downfall, and an amazing rebirth. Marquis Mills Converse was a factory manager for a footwear manufacturing company. In 1908 opened the Converse Rubber Shoe factory in Malden, Massachusetts. Originally Converse made winterized rubber footwear f…
 
Today I’m going to be finding out all about the brand new Specialized Stumpjumper EVO. In order to do so I’m joined by product manager, Steve Saletnik, and engineering guru, Brian Robinson. We are going... The post Behind the Scenes of the New Specialized Stumpjumper EVO appeared first on Downtime Podcast.…
 
Usually, on the Marketing Rescue podcast, we tell the stories of brands - brands who made it and brands who didn’t. But on today’s episode, we’re going to talk a bit about technologies, and how business decisions (including marketing) shape the technologies we end up using. If you’re old enough, cast your mind back to the mid-to-late 1970s when if …
 
Today I’m joined by Dustin Adams from We Are One Composites for a catch-up. We Are One are growing fast, and even a global pandemic hasn’t slowed them down. I chat with Dustin about how... The post Growing a MTB Brand – Dustin Adams of We Are One Composites appeared first on Downtime Podcast.By Downtime MTB
 
In this episode, we talk about starting a food empire and then rescuing it. Today’s topic - Chipotle.Back in the early 1990s, a former line cook who had dreams of becoming a chef started something that would change the very idea of fast food. Steve Ells was a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and he had dreams of starting his own fine-d…
 
Today I’m joined by Pivot Factory rider, Matt Walker. Matt had an awesome 2019 season taking 8th overall in the Enduro World Series and scoring an impressive 11th place at downhill World Champs in Mont-Sainte-Anne.... The post Matt Walker – Enjoying Every Little Bit appeared first on Downtime Podcast.…
 
In this episode, Nico and Chad talk about the Canadian brand that managed to break through into the US market, then had a decline, and a pretty interesting comeback story. Today’s topic - Clearly Canadian, a company producing bottled water that was extremely huge in the 90s and has a strong nostalgic value to it. It’s hard to find someone over 30 w…
 
In this episode, the guys discuss how the well known personal care brand, Old Spice, fought to stay relevant and to reconnect with their audience. They walk us through the brand's attempts to rediscover their “youth”, will they be successful? Nico shares what the Old Spice ceramic bottle reminds him of and Chad explains the word “swoon” to Nico. In…
 
Do you want to make the most effective use of your time on your bike and in the gym? Do you want to lose excess weight to get lean for riding and racing? Then Derek... The post How to Optimise Your Riding and Training – Derek Teel From Dialed Health appeared first on Downtime Podcast.By Downtime MTB
 
In this episode, the guys discuss how BIC pens tried to differentiate themselves by launching pens specifically for women. This landed them in some hot water, we take a look at why this happened. Nico fires shots at Chad and Chad impresses us with his knowledge of pens. Let’s go back in time and look at the history of the BIC pen company. Often bra…
 
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