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Open, honest and transparent discussions about Governance in Education (specifically in the UK and International British Schools). This podcast is hosted by governance practitioners, for new, experienced or prospective volunteers as school governors and academy trustees to learn and develop. We share and provide insight into the realities of sitting around the governing board table and leaning into strategic leadership. Find us @thegovernorspodcast on social media
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School for CEOs prepare business leaders for senior roles – purposefully, pragmatically and personally. We do this by combining expert coaches and facilitators with unique insights from our Faculty of over 90 senior leaders who have been there and done it. This podcast is designed to share some of those stories with you, inviting a diverse range of speakers from CEOs of some of the UK's most successful businesses, to elite sportspeople and military leaders. Episodes are released on the first ...
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I’m raising the first national and international conversation to explore courage and curiosity and why it makes a big difference to our mental, societal and democratic health. Scroll down for all episodes. I’m grateful to share my reviews below. I talk to award-winning, diverse, national and international artists about the role of courage and curiosity in their lives. What do these qualities really mean and why do they matter to our mental, societal and democratic health? Can the Arts change ...
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Conversations about the world's most commonly diagnosed infectious disease in horses. Expert insights and real-life experience for horse lovers and professionals as part of Strangles Awareness Week 3 - 9 May in the UK and worldwide. Seven episodes cover experience preventing and managing the disease from award-winning and Olympic Team farriers, expert vets, international horse transporters as well as equestrian event venue and yard managers. Strangles Awareness Week is a collaboration betwee ...
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By George!

St George's School - Düsseldorf Rhein-Rhur

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Welcome to By George!, a St George's Düsseldorf student podcast. Filled with news, discussions and interviews about everything St George's and beyond. Brought to you by the students of St. George's, The British International School, Düsseldorf Rhein-Ruhr.
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Interested in France? Let us be your ears and eyes on the ground. Hosts Sarah Elzas and Alison Hird introduce you to the people who make France what it is, and who want to change it - to give you a fuller picture of this country at the heart of Europe. Spotlight on France is a podcast, in English, from Radio France International, out Thursdays.
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These short and to-the-point podcasts hope to improve the interplay between the fields of the built environment and education as we share knowledge between the practitioner, the creative, and the primary school teacher. Exploring how to prepare children and young people for economic, environmental, and societal challenges, and for their professional lives according to today’s needs and those of a sustainable future.
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Following a 20-year career in communications, like so many friends, peers and ex-colleagues I found myself working from home 100% of the time. In this series I hear from a range of interesting and diverse voices about their response to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, their health and wellbeing, creativity in adverse times, and our shared hopes for the future.
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Breaking Britain is a podcast produced by the Europe's Borderlands Research Group at the European and International Studies Department in King's College London. Hosted by Russell Foster and Alex Clarkson, it will explore the pressures unravelling the unity of Britain and reopening the future of the island of Ireland in a European context. In each episode we will discuss the challenges reshaping a disunited kingdom as well as a wary republic with scholars and commentators who can provide expe ...
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Positive Advice by Chiva

Positive Advice by Chiva

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Welcome to Positive Advice – a brand new podcast brought to you by Chiva (https://www.chiva.org.uk/) , the charity supporting young people and young adults growing up with HIV to live healthy, happy lives and be more in control of their future. Hosted by Eli Fitzgerald, this series explores life growing up with HIV, using stories recorded as part of Chiva’s Positively Spoken oral history project - a collaboration with the British Library and funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. We s ...
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The Telegraph's weekly politics podcast, presented by Christopher "Chopper" Hope. The podcast has interviews with top politicians and commentators and analysis from the Telegraph’s Westminster team. Chopper's Politics is a must listen for those who want to understand British politics, delving into various aspects of policy, key players, and the internal movements of Westminster’s political parties. With a focus on the Conservative Party (Tories), the podcast examines the party’s policies, st ...
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In this book I have written about some aspects of the war which, I believe, the world must know and remember, not only as a memorial of men's courage in tragic years, but as a warning of what will happen again--surely--if a heritage of evil and of folly is not cut out of the hearts of peoples. Here it is the reality of modern warfare not only as it appears to British soldiers, of whom I can tell, but to soldiers on all the fronts where conditions were the same... The purpose of this book is ...
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#1 Cambridge University BNOC (Big Name on Campus) - and ‘the best interviewer [The Body Coach Joe Wicks] has ever met’ - I am striving to give guests legacy-worthy interviews that listeners can enjoy while cooking, commuting, relaxing, or walking their pets. 10000+ Downloads in the first year. Please nominate a guest now: https://linktr.ee/DavidQuan
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Blog Order (Podcast 1 in Blog 40) 40. J. Miller, K. Vine, and D. Larkin, ‘The Relationship of Product and Process Performance of the Two-Handed Sidearm Strike’, Physical Education and Sports Pedagogy, 2007, 12, 61–75. 41. K. L. Oliver and R. Lalik, ‘The Body as Curriculum: Learning with Adolescent Girls’, Journal of Curriculum Studies, 2001, 33, 303–33. 42. C. C. Pope and M. O’Sullivan, ‘Darwinism in the Gym’, Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 2003, 22, 311–27. 43. J. Quay, ‘Experie ...
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This episode is about "Joyful madness" and a brilliant collaboration between Science and the Arts. Dr. Weliton Menário Costa, also known as Weli both as a scientist and as a recording artist, is the global winner of the "Dance Your PhD" competition. Complex academic research is communicated through dance to reach new audiences. It’s a tough but ins…
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For today's Single Item Agenda we are joined by a guest speaker; Amy Whittall, Executive Director for Trust Development at The Mercian Trust, oversees People Leadership and Organisational Culture, after nearly 7 years as Headteacher of King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls. By listening to this episode, you will:- Trace the exceptional journey…
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In our Leadership Insights podcast, we access the workable wisdom of seasoned CEOs, thought leaders and business experts, whose knowledge can help you to become a more effective leader, and improve your company culture. This new episode features our conversation with Chloe Combi, best-selling author, global speaker, futurist, researcher and consult…
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How France's new hardline position on Russia marks a major shift away from decades of pro-Russia policies. The fight to make hair discrimination illegal. And why VAT – a tax introduced 70 years ago – is so important to French finances, despite being deeply unequal. French President Emmanuel Macron has recently done a U-turn on Russia: having argued…
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Hosted by Lydia, Campaigns Manager at Redwings Horse Sanctuary This episode features a fascinating conversation between Abigail Turnbull (co-owner of Richmond Equestrian Centre) and Jonathan Cleaver (co-owner of Ivesley Equestrian). Abigail and Jonathan share honest insights on the impact of the Strangles outbreaks on their yards, discussing everyt…
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For today's Single Item Agenda we are joined by a guest speaker; Dr Karl George MBE, a thought-leader and internationally established consultant in governance, is a Partner and Head of Governance at RSM, part of the ESG team. By listening to this episode, you will:- Explore the remarkable journey of a leading corporate governance practitioner, span…
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Four years after the start of the first Covid lockdown in France, what has been the impact? What's stopping more men getting vasectomies in France. And why not everyone wants to accept that Rosa Bonheur, the most famous female painter of the 19th century, was a lesbian. For 55 days, starting 17 March 2020, French citizens were confined to their hom…
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What happens when the judicial system we're taught to trust is in fact part of a complex web of systemic failure and structural discrimination on vast scales? My guests today have raised one of the most important spotlights on systemic failure in Australia's prison system. Indigenous Australians are one of the most incarcerated people in the world.…
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Julie Hesmondhalgh is one of Britain’s most loved actresses, she plays roles for stage and screen that tackle important issues and reach out to the hearts and minds of audiences everywhere. Her roles in drama have included sexual violence, the calamity of hate crimes, the representation of transgender people, exploring the right to die and more rec…
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Dennis Clausen, is a professor of American Literature and Screenwriting at the University of San Diego in the USA. He’s a highly respected, award-winning author of many works of fiction that reflect his lived experience and special interest in American small towns. He’s also written, Storytelling as Art and Craftsmanship, offering practical strateg…
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David Attree is a ‘people’s poet,’ he’s also known as a ‘Poet-Chef,’ ‘Famous Dave,’ and more recently as the voice of the ‘Week in Words,’ aired on BBC Radio across three counties. His poetry is also currently on buses in the city of Brighton, known internationally as a centre of creativity. But fame isn’t what interests Dave, it’s connection; it’s…
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Do you like dancing? Do we dance enough? Or maybe the question is, why don’t we dance more? Dr. Angela Pickard is the UK’s first Professor of Dance Education. She has worked with talented dancers and choreographers across a multitude of theatres and sites in the UK and internationally. From toddlers to The Royal Ballet School, Angela has a wealth o…
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Cassa Pancho, MBE, founded Ballet Black in 2001, Britain’s most diverse ballet company celebrating dancers of black and Asian descent. Today it’s one of the most prolific commissioners of new and critically acclaimed ballets here in the UK. The journey in between however, has been huge. Racist barriers in the industry were high and it was only six …
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I want to participate in this podcast to spread architecture education for children thanks to the network that Antonio Capelao weaves from the UK . We learn together. Support the show Hosted by Antonio Capelao co-founding director at Architecture for kids CIC, and coproduced with the Built Environment Trust, the Thornton Education Trust, and the We…
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About the Talk In this episode of the Governance podcast, our Director Mark Pennington speaks to Prof. William Easterly from New York University on liberal vs paternalist approaches to economic development policy. The Guest William Easterly is Professor of Economics at New York University and Co-director of the NYU Development Research Institute, w…
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It's been a pleasure being involved with this project that I hope is a reflection of all the great ideas happening around involving built environment professionals with young people. Support the show Hosted by Antonio Capelao co-founding director at Architecture for kids CIC, and coproduced with the Built Environment Trust, the Thornton Education T…
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How a wave of #MeToo allegations against French directors is shaking up the cinema industry; the Cinémobile movie theatre bringing culture to the countryside; and the satirical news rag that appears just once every four years, on 29 February. Seven years after the #MeToo movement shook Hollywood, Judith Godrèche and other actresses in France have b…
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Described as “an obscenely talented man.” Matthew Todd is a multi, award-winning writer, playwright, broadcaster and sometime performer. He was also the editor of the UK’s best-selling gay magazine, Attitude, for 8 years. During this time, Matthew interviewed countless celebrities, idols and icons, including Madonna, Elton John and Lady Gaga. For h…
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I’m delighted to be taking part in the Architecture for Kids podcast. The right of children and young people to have a say and be listened to is vital in how we create better places. I look forward to talking about our research and practice on creating child-friendly places in Scotland. Support the show Hosted by Antonio Capelao co-founding directo…
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For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), we discuss; Meeting packs (meeting papers) that school governors and academy trustees receive to read in preparation for upcoming governing board meetings The importance of the agenda item ‘Minutes of the Previous Meeting’ and how to approach it - Don’t simply scroll, skip or skim past this paper! The proce…
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About the Talk In this episode of the Governance podcast, our Director Mark Pennington interviews Dr. Matthew Mitchell on the socialist reality in Estonia’s history. This episode is part of Matthew’s co-authored publication as part of the Realities of Socialism series run by the Fraser Institute. The Guest Matthew D. Mitchell is a Senior Fellow in …
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Welcome back to our podcast, where we tap into the minds of successful CEOs, leaders and eminent thinkers. This new episode features our conversation with Jason Barrett, CEO of The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. Having joined the Tattoo team as Chief Operating Officer in 2020, Jason took over the role of Chief Executive in December 2023. Original…
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Children, teens and young people are here, now and have as much right as anyone else to shape the world around us all. I see taking part in this podcast series as a challenge to all built environment professionals to go out and engage with their younger co-citizens today instead of relinquishing them to the future. Support the show Hosted by Antoni…
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During the 2010s the Russian state under Vladimir Putin and a Turkish government led by Recep Tayyip Erdogan deepened a geopolitical relationship involving cooperation as well as armed conflict. Both leaders faced domestic political challenges while pursuing their own visions of great power status. Over the past two decades, Dimitar Bechev has writ…
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I am passionate about engaging children in the urban design and town planning process, and this 'Architecture for Kids' podcast just provides the perfect platform for an open conversation. I find it both thought provoking and inspiring! Thank you Antonio for your colossal effort in putting together this wonderful learning resource for us! Support t…
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In the final years of the 2000s the UK and EU were rocked by seemingly endless turmoil on global financial markets. A sense of crisis over the future of the banking system and the Euro converged with a surge of support for eurosceptic populism to fundamentally disrupt British political life. To discuss the turmoil that enveloped the UK in the early…
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Youth have the power to inspire and create cities, they are our future difference makers! Support the show Hosted by Antonio Capelao co-founding director at Architecture for kids CIC, and coproduced with the Built Environment Trust, the Thornton Education Trust, and the Welsh School of Architecture Cardiff University. These short and to-the-point p…
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No quick fix for French farmers who have been protesting by laying siege to Paris. And it's just the latest in a long string of farmers' demonstrations over the last 100 years. Plus, why French girls are faring worse at maths than boys, and what to do about it. Farmers from across France have been rolling their tractors towards Paris to protest aga…
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For today's Single Item Agenda (episode), as we acknowledge 3 years of the podcast, we discuss; Transitioning from the end of the autumn term to the beginning of the spring term and how to ensure we retain our current volunteers and encourage others to join The volume of emails from mailing list subscriptions in the education governance space and m…
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With several years of experience as an architect in the education sector, and currently serving as the Learning Manager at RIBA, I have had the privilege of witnessing the truly gratifying sight of children engaging with architecture and the built environment. I am immensely grateful to accept Antonio's invitation to join this Podcast series, as I …
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Training? “It’s started off quite informally, I left school in Taunton in Somerset not really knowing what to do…I even signed up for the Army but I missed an intake - there was a 6 month wait. My Dad was a Dairy Farmer, my Mum was a Nurse and a really good cook, and I had grown up on a farm with 3 brothers. I was used to an outdoorsy life, so perh…
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I love the idea of lots of different people and organisations coming together to share their stories about, and reasons for engaging with young people in the built environment. Many voices are better than one in spreading our collective message that’s it’s critical to include and inform YP in making decisions about their Cities. Support the show Ho…
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A critique that highlights the gap between France and its ideals. Protests to try and block the new "racist" immigration reforms. And the story of Françoise Giroud, journalist-turned-minister in the 1970s. France is a country of impossible ideals, built on the myth of a Revolution fought to secure Liberté, Égalité and Fraternité, but the reality is…
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About the Talk In this episode of the podcast, Prof. Mark Pennington interviews Prof. Adam Dixon on the contemporary relevance of the Scottish philosopher and political economist Adam Smith. The Guest Adam D. Dixon holds the Adam Smith Chair in Sustainable Capitalism at Adam Smith’s Panmure House, the last and final home of moral philosopher and fa…
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Episode 98 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Zizheng (Tom) Wang's story is one of ambition, adaptability, and trailblazing success. Raised in a military family in China, Tom's early life was steeped in discipline and determination. At the age of 18, he embarked on a life-changing journey, traveling alone to the United States to attend the University of Mar…
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Episode 98 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Zizheng (Tom) Wang's story is one of ambition, adaptability, and trailblazing success. Raised in a military family in China, Tom's early life was steeped in discipline and determination. At the age of 18, he embarked on a life-changing journey, traveling alone to the United States to attend the University of Mar…
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I´m excited to be part of the podcast series, and to discuss how Architecture Education supports children to develop the essential skills and competencies necessary for today's society! Support the show Hosted by Antonio Capelao co-founding director at Architecture for kids CIC, and coproduced with the Built Environment Trust, the Thornton Educatio…
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Episode 97 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Wilson Ying is a third year student at Emmanuel College in University of Cambridge reading Mathematics. Born in a business family, he developed an interest in the economic and business world through books and everyday chats with his family. Curious about the world, he went on to explore his interests in areas in…
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Episode 97 of #CoffeesOnMeDavidQuan: Wilson Ying is a third year student at Emmanuel College in University of Cambridge reading Mathematics. Born in a business family, he developed an interest in the economic and business world through books and everyday chats with his family. Curious about the world, he went on to explore his interests in areas in…
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I believe that architecture-inspired construction play is one of the most valuable, creative, and complex learning activities that can happen in an early childhood classroom (ages 3-6). Support the show Hosted by Antonio Capelao co-founding director at Architecture for kids CIC, and coproduced with the Built Environment Trust, the Thornton Educatio…
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I thank Antonio Capelao, and Architecture for Kids for the opportunity to talk about ideas which I believe are vital for both children and architecture / schools and schooling. Schools may be places of learning and delight - for young people and adults - their teachers. Support the show Hosted by Antonio Capelao co-founding director at Architecture…
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