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Best Andrei podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Andrei podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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CanesCast is the official podcast of the Carolina Hurricanes. Hosted by TV and Web Host Mike Maniscalco and Senior Editor Michael Smith, CanesCast brings you the inside scoop on the Hurricanes with exclusive interviews, analysis and more. New episodes every Monday!
 
The official Pixelfaded.com stream! This is where we post our Pixelfaded editorial, our music overview Chip Channel and our weekly news segment. Check it out if you enjoy talks about games, movies, tv, music and pretty much anything relating to these. I (Andrei) also host a solo podcast called Stitchedcast, where I talk about the neuroses of a novice creative person and my feelings about things relating to the media industry.
 
The Level Design Lobby, breaks down game and level design techniques, showing how they are used within games, as well as how we can improve upon them. It also shares reading material to its audience, while providing interviews with industry professionals. Please Subscribe ---- Twitter: https://twitter.com/Maxpears Website: http://www.maxpears.com/
 
Tim Grierson and Will Leitch are lifelong best friends who have been writing and talking about the movies for 25 years. Grierson is vice president of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. Leitch is doing his absolutely best to pretend. Read their work everywhere. But listen to this show for the pure juice, straight on tap.
 
FILM FORUM PRESENTS is the official podcast of Film Forum, a nonprofit cinema in downtown New York City, founded in 1970. Each episode features audio from a special event (Q&A, intro, or conversation), recorded live at Film Forum, around our signature programming: premieres of new independent movies and world-class repertory cinema.
 
The Ivey Entrepreneur Podcast improves your odds of entrepreneurial success by sharing the stories and lessons learned of world-class entrepreneurs. Through candid, and thought-provoking conversations with entrepreneurs at The Ivey Business School, we reveal how successful entrepreneurs learned from setbacks, and discovered breakthrough opportunities throughout their journey. Whether you’re looking to learn from experts who have built their companies from scratch, or figure out how to make y ...
 
The most up-to-date weekly Podcast show discussing the latest Marketing Innovations and giving Top-industry insights for every brand wanting to take their "game" to the next level. Our topics include Marketing Strategy, Digital Marketing Tools, Marketing Technology and we are strongly diving into the subject of Voice Technology, Voice Search & SEO, Alexa and Google Assistant, IoT and all the crazy things you NEED to know about. Our Agency: London, UK: http://marketiu.com Bucharest, RO: https ...
 
Eastern Europe is the land of talent that is most of the time unrecognized by the media. Here, you will discover technical experts, founders, and investors, who’ve built impressive companies or kickstarted local ecosystems. This podcast is hosted by Vlad Ciurca, the co-founder of Techsylvania. Its aim is to shed a bit of light on the other side of the curtain and to find the next big thing coming out of Eastern Europe. Nonetheless, it tries to direct West’s direction towards East.
 
The Sex, Love, and Addiction: Healing Conversations for Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Men podcast, featuring Dr. David Fawcett, presents ongoing expert discussions highlighting the life concerns of gay, bisexual, and transgender men. Dr. Fawcett, Vice President of Clinical Programming for Seeking Integrity Treatment Centers, is a licensed psychotherapist and sexologist specializing in co-occurring addictions, notably paired drug use and sex (aka, chemsex). He is the author of Lust, Men, and ...
 
Welcome to The Killer Tea, a podcast hosted by best friends -Kristina and Chelsee- that uses armchair psychology as a way to traverse the minds of serial killers and the F word to cope with what they find there. www.thekillertea.com instagram.com/thekillertea facebook.com/thekillertea
 
‘At The Checkpoint’ Podcast is the place to be for Mountain,Trail and Coastal Running interviews. Just like a Checkpoint in a race these Podcasts are bite sized. The Runners,The Pioneers and not forgetting the Mavericks of the Endurance World will be amongst the guests on the show.Bringing a wealth of Endurance Running and Ultra Organising experience ‘At The Checkpoint’ Podcast Is hosted by the blister giving Huw Williams and his unique interview style which guarantee a very entertaining and ...
 
Where personal development meets real life. Ruben Chavez explores a variety of topics with thought leaders, scientists, creators, artists, entrepreneurs and other interesting people to bring you different perspectives you can use to enrich your mind and improve your life in whatever way you see fit. Ruben is a writer and personal development educator. He has created a community of over 3 million people across different platforms, including his Instagram page (@ThinkGrowProsper), blog (thinkg ...
 
Three Sisters is a naturalistic play about the decay of the privileged class in Russia and the search for meaning in the modern world. It describes the lives and aspirations of the Prozorov family, the three sisters (Olga, Masha, and Irina) and their brother Andrei. They are a family dissatisfied and frustrated with their present existence. The sisters are refined and cultured young women who grew up in urban Moscow; however for the past eleven years they have been living in a small provinci ...
 
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In Soviet Russia the bodies are starting to pile up. All with the same types of wounds. The police have to admit they have a serial killer on their hands but they're having no luck catching him. After 12 years and 36 linked crimes they finally have a lead... the Red Ripper has been caught. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/killertea/me…
 
In the 5th Quarantine-Cast we are discussing the recent reopening of the gyms, and by extension of that our fears for future lockdowns. We also talk about the complete shitshow that the handling of the virus has been around the world, how our thoughts have changed about the pandemic since March, and then of course we delve into some fitness related…
 
In this edition, we speak with young Russian bonsai professional Andrei Bessonov. Andrei recently completed a six-year apprenticeship under Masahiko Kimura in Saitama, Japan.Vidcast version:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9syKZkrFl9sGive Andrei some love!https://www.bessonov-bonsai.ruhttps://instagram.com/bessonov_bonsaihttps://www.facebook.com/bes…
 
In this episode, Film Forum Presents a Q&A with Gero von Boehm, filmmaker of the new documentary HELMUT NEWTON: THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL, and the legendary actor-model-filmmaker Isabella Rossellini. The film explores the life and work of fashion photographer Helmut Newton, whose sexually-charged work often toed the line between art and exploitatio…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with public historian and museum executive Christy S. Coleman. Her museum career started at seventeen portraying enslaved women at Colonial Williamsburg in their living history educational program. She went on to be the Director of Historic Programs before becoming the CEO of mult…
 
In this episode of the Hedge, Scott Burleigh joins Alvaro Retana and Russ White to discuss the Bundle Protocol, which is designed to support delay tolerant data delivery over intermittently available or “stressed” networks. Examples include interstellar communication, email transmission over networks where access points move around (carrying data w…
 
In today's podcast episode we are welcoming back arguably the new king of poverty-macros: Dave Maconi! He has gotten to a very respectable body-fat percentage at an impressive size of 185 lbs, standing 6'1, while eating....1000 calories for 2 straight weeks to make progress. What amazing things the human body can do!Besides this, we talk about our …
 
Co-hosts of the show decided to reflect on previous episodes of the podcast, to thank its amazing guests for coming and to plan the next catchy topics with cool guests who push Ukraine forward. This episode is more like an inner briefing but a cozy one. Don't judge too harshly. Instead, don't hesitate to send feedback or any of your ideas for the s…
 
I have found some fantastic resources on game development and wish to share them with you all. Some more amazing work from the game dev community. Join The Community - bit.ly/33xpKbG ----- Sponsor - GameDev.TV ----- bit.ly/3fmaJ2F - 3d C# bit.ly/33ngQRZ - 2d C# bit.ly/3g9Wqzc - RPG System C# bit.ly/2XbkF8Q - Break into Industry bit.ly/33bKLMv - Uni…
 
Ivan Klaric founded the first tech company to introduce native mobile apps to the sports betting industry in 2012 and got acquired by Superbet in 2017. In this episode, Vlad Ciurca discusses with him about his background, entrepreneurial journey and the tech ecosystem in this region of Europe.By Techsylvania
 
No new movies this week, so, cool: It's a mailbag show! We talk about watching movies during quarantine, how movies illuminate this cultural moment, what films best represent us and many, many other things. We love doing this show once a year or so. It's your questions. They're so great! Then, in our Reboot segment, we look at Jeremy Saulnier's "Bl…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Agnes Barton-Sabo, also known as Betty Turbo. Her humorous, vivid illustrations meld advertisements for food and daily necessities with social justice messages and words of encouragement. In our interview we talk about taking up papier-mâché sculpture during the pandemic, des…
 
Carol Teitelbaum is a Licensed Therapist and has been practicing since 1985. She helps her patients with life issues such as addictions, relationship problems, low self-esteem, self-harm, and men surviving child abuse. She is also the Co-Founder of the Creative Change Conferences, a resource for those experiencing addiction, depression, and who are…
 
While many network engineers think about getting a certification, not many think about going after a degree. Is there value in getting a degree for the network engineer? If so, what is it? What kinds of things do you learn in a degree program for network engineering? Eric Osterweil, a professor at George Mason University, joins Jeremy Filliben and …
 
Episode 51 of The Muscle Engineer Podcast is yet another CoronaCast special, featuring Ábel Csabai. In this one we talk about the recent reopening of the gyms, and how likely they are to be closed again in the near future. We also talk about how different governments handled the pandemic, how our thoughts about COVID-19 have evolved since it got se…
 
We live in a world with multiple religions, competing theological systems, and various models of God. With all of this confusion and variety of opinions, how do we know that we are referring to the same being when we use the word “God”? In today’s episode, I sit down with Hugh Burling to talk about a recent paper of his in Faith and Philosophy on t…
 
Joined by the fantastic and passionate architect Sarah Bonser, who is a passionate gamer. With her profession & passion, she crossed them over to release her new fantastic book Verticular Vernacular. Join the Community - bit.ly/33xpKbG ----- Verticular Vernacular - Book ---- www.routledge.com/Virtual-Vernacul…ok/9780367002190 ---- Contact Sarah ---…
 
In today’s giant video/video podcast, I’m discussing Dr. Mike Israetel’s popularized method for mesocycle progression. He prefers to cycle volume and increase sets over the weeks, and he has some interesting rationales for doing so. I will be playing some clips from him where he outlines some of this rationale and I will be reacting to it here. Hop…
 
In this episode, we talk with Yannick Kiggen of Yama Bonsai Studio in Belgium. Yannick spent time studying at Shunka-en Bonsai Museum in Tokyo under Kunio Kobayashi, and he currently operates his own bonsai business in Belgium, teaching and selling bonsai art.Yannick's website:https://www.yama-bonsai.beWatch the Vidcast:https://www.youtube.com/watc…
 
We have a very tired co-host, so bear with Leitch this week. Two new movies: Dave Franco's "The Rental," and the coming of age religion comedy "Yes God Yes." In the Reboot, it's Bong Joon-ho! Who is awesome! We discuss his 2006 film "The Host." Timestamps (approximate): 13:30 "The Rental" 26:10 "Yes God Yes" 48:55 "The Host" Thanks to Dylan Mayer a…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Ashleigh Christelis. Based in Johannesburg, SA Christelis’s career includes a variety of ceramic bodies of work and long-term teaching of ceramic classes in her local community. In the interview we talk about learning through apprenticeship, how COVID 19 has affected Johannes…
 
“What would the biological shortcomings of your sensed self be? What is the cognitive drive of alien experience? On what plane does nature relate to consciousness and vice versa? “Also, it’s 80 degrees, eaves and corners are crowded with day-drunk … Continue reading →By The Voice before the Void: Presenter of Poems, Stories, and Arcana
 
We at Film Forum join the rest of the world in mourning the passing of Representative John Lewis on July 17. Lewis was a giant of the Civil Rights Movement and a true American hero. In this episode, dedicated to his memory, Film Forum Presents an interview with filmmaker Dawn Porter, whose acclaimed documentary JOHN LEWIS: GOOD TROUBLE is now playi…
 
Certifications are a perennial topic (like weeds, perhaps) in the world of network engineering. While we often ask whether you should get a certification or a degree, or whether you should get a certification at all, we don’t often ask—now that you have the certification, how long should you keep it? Do you keep recertifying “forever,” or is there …
 
In episode 50 of The Muscle Engineer Podcast I am joined by UK physique coach Joe Jeffery to discuss the “best” way to use anabolic steroids. Of course, this is just for educational purposes, neither Joe nor I advocate using AAS’s, but if you do decide to do so, these are some considerations to take into account. Topics discussed: 2:40 Brief mentio…
 
There is no shortage of descriptors for Ron Close, HBA ’81: a seasoned entrepreneur, leader, educator, coach with a small ‘c’, board member, investor etc. A graduate from one of Ivey's most 'entrepreneurial classes (1981),' Ron was the co-founder and CEO of Netcom Canada, one of Canada's earliest and most successful Internet companies. After sellin…
 
My book is finally out! It has been one hell of a journey but I am so excited for you all to get your hands on it. I sit down with the books Editor Dan Howard as we discuss how the book was made and what it was like. ----- Buy The Book Ebook: bit.ly/2WvrTUR Physical Copy: Physical Book - bit.ly/3fBQ2k9 ----- Contact me ----- Twitter: twitter.com/Ma…
 
This was SUPPOSED to be the weekend that "Tenet" came out. It, uh, has not turned out that way. Thus, we have only one new movie: The grueling World War II drama "The Painted Bird." We have two very different Reboot movies. First, it's the Martin Scorsese religious epic "Silence." It is followed, jarringly, by 1993's "Demolition Man." Timestamps (a…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Mitchell Spain. Through meticulous craftsmanship he makes functional objects that appear to be rusted tin cans and farm detritus that has been stuck in a family barn since the Great Depression. In our interview we talk about addressing environmentalism through satirical image…
 
We have two guests for Episode #75. Arian Lewis is the founder and CEO of Kiln, a co-working space launched in Utah in 2018. Allison Kloek is the Director of Kiln’s newest location, coming to 21st and Pearl Street in Boulder and scheduled to open this fall. We talk about why they chose Boulder, the future of the workspace and the challenges and opp…
 
We at Film Forum were sad to learn of the recent passing of Kevin Rafferty, a masterful documentary filmmaker. His movies were brilliantly researched and edited – collaging materials from a vast array of sources. Politically astute and surprisingly humorous, Kevin’s movies infused wit and intelligence into every subject upon which he focused. All f…
 
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