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THE podcast for petrol-heads, by Gareth Jones (of ITV1's Speed Sunday & How2, and A1GP pit lane reporter), his car-mad uber-geek mate Zog, Richard Porter (Sniff Petrol, BBC Top Gear, the Grand Tour) and Aussie sporta journalist Sarah Leach. On Speed covers everything on 4 wheels, from Audi to BMW; Ferrari to Williams; Renault to McLaren; Ford to Porsche; Alfa to Mercedes; VW to Jaguar; classic cars; concept cars; road cars; race cars. There's every kind of motorsport Formula One, WRC, Le Man ...
 
Popular music genres, like pop and rock, play a significant tole in the formation of youth cultural communities and in the construction of local, regional and national identities. These videos analyze some of these aspects by focusing on local and global scenes and on popular music making in general. These videos were created for the Lecture Course 'Musik nach 45: Rock- und Popmusik' by students of IMWI in the ComputerStudio and they are MultiMedia Productions of the project 'Learning by Tea ...
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 10 recordings of An Apology for Sadness by Anne Lynch Botta. This was the Weekly Poetry project for March 13, 2011.Anne Charlotte Lynch Botta was an American poet, writer, teacher and socialite whose home was the central gathering place of the literary elite of her era.At Mrs. Botta's receptions every Saturday night, attendees would find the most well-known writers, actors and artists, such as Poe, Margaret Fuller, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Bronson Alcott, Louisa May ...
 
Helping you to stay up to date with the fast moving world of Formula 1 - Are you an explosive fan of Formula One? Well, luckily enough so are we! And we love talking about it! Our names are Jan and Fergal and we discuss all the major headlines that happen on and off the track in the ever rotating world of Formula One. Sit back, relax while listening to our insights to the weekly news on our F1 Podcast. Whether you're a fan of Hamilton, Vettel or Verstappen our unbiased opinions will suit you ...
 
Popular music genres, like pop and rock, play a significant tole in the formation of youth cultural communities and in the construction of local, regional and national identities. These videos analyze some of these aspects by focusing on local and global scenes and on popular music making in general. These videos were created for the Lecture Course 'Musik nach 45: Rock- und Popmusik' by students of IMWI in the ComputerStudio and they are MultiMedia Productions of the project 'Learning by Tea ...
 
ITA - Arcade Studio Podcast usa l'arte della conversazione per svelare il mondo del creativo professionista e le persone che lo vivono. ENG - Arcade Studio Podcast uses long form and raw conversation to showcase the world of creative professionals and the people who live it. LISTEN, MORE. #ArcadeStudioPodcast #Podcastitaliani
 
This is F1 And Done. We will be doing our best to provide an American barstool style of biting, fanboy commentary on Formula 1. We’ll be recording podcasts after every Grand Prix. Our goal is to share a few laughs, offer opinions, and enjoy the unique sport of Formula 1 racing.
 
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to photograph a Formula One race? With tales from the paddock & track, to pit lane and press conferences, join accredited F1 photographer Kym Illman before and after every race of the Formula One season, as he shares stories, experiences, photography tips and more. Whether you’re a die-hard racing fan, photography nerd, or even an aspiring driver, F1: On and Off the Track with Kym Illman has you covered. See more on his Youtube and Instagram by searching ...
 
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In the second of our special episodes chronicling what it’s like to drive for Scuderia Ferrari, F1’s most storied team, we fast forward into the modern era, to hear what it’s like to race for the Prancing Horse without founder Enzo at the helm. There are superb stories from Nigel Mansell and Alain Prost, who guided the Maranello team into the Ninet…
 
Dire che Diana "Spaghetto" Manfredi è "solo" una regista pluripremiata sarebbe troppo riduttivo.Iniziando come filmmaker e fotografa nella scena punk hardcore e skate, la sua filosofia del DIY l'ha portata a sperimentare con ogni una marea di discipline creative.Da documentari, music video e cortometraggi; a podcast, illustrazioni e filtri per Inst…
 
They’re the most storied team in Formula 1 history, the one that’s been around the longest, the one with the most wins and championships, the one that generates the most headlines, and definitely the one with the most mystique. But what’s it like to drive for the biggest F1 team on the planet, Scuderia Ferrari? In the first of two special episodes,…
 
Think you know Antonio Giovinazzi? Think again. Most of you will know that he’s an Alfa Romeo driver. You might also know he’s the only Italian driver on the grid – the first since 2011. But what else do you know about him? On this week’s show we get to know Kimi Raikkonen’s lion-maned team mate a little better, finding out about his unique path to…
 
Subscribe to our podcast – on any device – for free: https://anchor.fm/fastest-lap-f1-podcastAfter four years, we have decided to bring an end to our podcast. For our final episode, we discuss the exciting Italian Grand Prix, which saw Pierre Gasly win his first race. So for the last time, sit back, relax and enjoy our podcast!Watch the podcast on …
 
2020 has been a rough season for Ferrari so far...and with both Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel way off the points at the Belgian Grand Prix, Twitter has started to call for Mattia Binotto to step down. But does Ferrari need a change at the top level? Or is the issue not with the leadership, but somewhere else in the team? Jess and Luke discus…
 
September 5th marks the 50th anniversary of Jochen Rindt’s death, during practice for the 1970 Italian Grand Prix. He’d go on to be crowned F1’s first – and thankfully only - posthumous world champion – but his legacy is much more than that.On this very special episode, we look back on Rindt’s rebellious upbringing and racing origins with friend an…
 
The 2020 F1 calendar will feature brand new tracks like Mugello, Portimao and the Bahrain outer oval, as well as returning classic tracks like Istanbul, Imola and Nurburgring - but will the racing be any good? In this weeks episode, Jess and Luke discuss if the racing will live up to the hype.By Motorsport Network
 
Subscribe to our podcast – on any device – for free: https://anchor.fm/fastest-lap-f1-podcastWith the Belgian Grand Prix approaching, we discuss the upcoming race weekend. We also talk about the new race calendar for the remainder of the 2020 season and the fact that all 10 teams have signed up to F1's new Concorde Agreement. So sit back, relax and…
 
This week’s guest is one of the grid’s most influential people. In fact, he’s arguably one of the most influential people in F1 ever. Since the dawn of the turbo-hybrid era in 2014, Mercedes engines have won 80% of all Grands Prix, and the man overseeing that success is Andy Cowell, Engineering and Programme Director of Mercedes High Performance Po…
 
Many of you may not have heard of this week’s guest. To give him his official title he’s John Crichton-Stuart, the 7th Marquess of Bute – though fans familiar with F1 in the 1980s will know him as Johnny Dumfries, one-time team mate of the great Ayrton Senna at Lotus. A descendant of legendary King of Scotland Robert the Bruce, Johnny was far from …
 
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