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Live, Visit or Relocate to the Côte d’Azur in the South of France we are here to help. We interview locals and entrepreneurs on their business journey and why they live here in the sunny South of France. This audible magazine will be your way of staying connected and hearing direct from locals all about life on the Côte d’Azur. Several series around education and the different options available to you here , home and garden, health and tourism and inspirational local people. Whether you have ...
 
Booking : contact@southprod.com Infos : https://www.southprod.com/lorder DJ and Music Producer, LORDER career begins in 2003 in Parisians night clubs. In 2005 he enters the DJ Network school on the French Riviera to definitely master the art of Deejaying. From private beaches to the most selective clubs, the Côte d’Azur became his new playground and soon he became the Resident DJ of the Cannes’ Palm Beach Club. In 2008, he seizes the opportunity of becoming manager at Montpellier’s DJ Networ ...
 
Empathy Media Lab’s podcast explores questions around labor, political economy, art, and culture. Producer and host @EvanMatthewPapp explores unique topics in thematic channels that include Profiles of Producers in the Labor Radio Podcast Network, Policy Dialogues with the University Of Maryland School of Public Policy, and EML's Harmony of Interest with topical deep dives, interviews, and audio stories. The goal is to increase solidarity by universalizing the struggles of our human conditio ...
 
As an official Hed Kandi artist, Ellie Sax performs at some of the world’s most exclusive events and private parties. From New Years Eve parties in the Maldives, moonlight raves in the Caribbean, glamorous weddings all across the UK and private events and club nights in Ibiza, Marbella, Portugal, The Cote D’Azur, Cyprus and many more, Ellie has toured around the world playing her sax. Ellie is the only saxophonist to ever win one of the prestigious Wedding Industry Awards, winning the North ...
 
Science et démocratie OGM, gaz de schiste, énergie nucléaire, changement climatique, recherches sur les cellules souches, efficacité des médicaments : longue est la liste des questions à propos desquelles la parole des scientifiques a cessé de s’imposer avec évidence dans nos sociétés. Parce qu’existent certes d’abord des incertitudes et des controverses à l’intérieur même du champ scientifique dans plusieurs domaines. Mais aussi, de façon plus problématique et beaucoup plus large, parce que ...
 
Created and produced by Philippe Ungar: Sounds Like Portraits is a podcast with creative humans. Créé et produit par Philippe Ungar : Sounds Like Portraits est un podcast dédié aux humains créatifs. Concept: My guests speak about the creativity that fuels ideas and actions which lead to personal fulfillment. Answering my questions, my guests draw their self-portrait dotted with awareness, life-changing decisions, and a great desire to share with others. Guests: My guests work in very differe ...
 
The Cycling Podcast – daily insight and analysis of the Giro d'Italia, Vuelta a España and Classics. Join journalists Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe – and a few special guests along the way – as they podcast about the latest cycling news and the world of professional cycling. Expect a mix of insight and analysis as our three experienced journalists cover not just the big talking points but take you behind the scenes of professional cycling. Richard Moore is the author of Slay ...
 
A non-fiction medical drama through the eyes of the patient. Join us as we dive into the world of patient safety, where medicine, design, and politics meet, and everything we think about modern healthcare is thrown into question.
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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Ako Essan Emile is from Cote d’Ivoire and is currently based in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) as a Senior Project Manager for Search For Common Ground. Ako was a 2019 Obama Foundation Leader for Africa. He was also a 2019 Institute for Economics and Peace Ambassador, and a 2015 Young African Leaders Initiative Washington Fellow. I met Ako …
 
The first mountain stage of this year's Giro d'Italia saw a commanding win for Egan Bernal, who took over the pink jersey, after a thrilling day's racing in the Abruzzo mountains. In our stage nine episode we hear from Bernal, as well as Giulio Ciccone, who was second on the stage. There's an interview with Natnael Tesfatsion, the Eritrean on the A…
 
Stage 8 of the Giro d'Italia was won from a breakaway by the Frenchman Victory Lafay, while behind there was no great sort out of the overall contenders ahead of a testing stage in the Abruzzo mountains on Sunday. In tonight's episode we hear from Team DSM's Nikias Arndt, who was third on the stage, and Nicholas Roche, as well as Hugh Carthy. of EF…
 
Atomic eating habits | Breakfast plan | Food variety feat. Lucy Kelly Atomic Eating habits - how to make a few little changes to your nutrition and lifestyle that will transform your health. Series 6: Get our French Economy boosted #staylocal #buylocal #supportlocal #cotedazurfrance. Welcome to the Riviera Firefly podcast sponsored by KidooLand you…
 
Stage 7 of the Giro d'Italia took the riders down the Adriatic coast to the southernmost point of this year's race, with Caleb Ewan winning the bunch sprint to take his second stage. Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss Ewan's qualities as a leader and we hear from his Lotto-Soudal teammate, Roger Kluge, as well as the rider who was third, Tim M…
 
In our third episode of Kilometre 0 from the Giro d'Italia we revisit a classic sports book, The Miracle of Castel di Sangro. Stage 9 of the Giro will roll out of a small town in the Abruzzo mountains: the scene in 1996 of the "miracle" of Castel di Sangro winning promotion to Italy's second top division, Serie B. When he read about this unlikely s…
 
Another cold and wet day at the Giro d'Italia saw a win for one of our audio diarists, Gino Mader, only 24 hours after losing his team leader, Mikel Landa, who crashed out on Wednesday. In the latest episode Richard and Daniel discuss the stage and the new man in pink, Attila Valter, who we hear from. There's another audio diary from James Knox, Gi…
 
Chris Blackwood is co-founder of Grassroots Comedy DC (GCDC), which sits at the crossroads of comedy and advocacy, to make humans laugh while improving humanity, with the ultimate goal to use comedy to support local nonprofits in their mission to make DC (and the world) a better place for all. We discuss: How Chris first got interested in stand-up …
 
Stage five of the Giro d'Italia was one for the sprinters but it was marred by a series of nasty crashes that saw one of the favourites, Mikel Landa, have to pull out of the race – we hear from his sports director, Franco Pellizotti. In this episode we speak to another of the crash victims and the previous day's winner, Joe Dombrowski, and to Simon…
 
Remco Evenepoel returned to racing at the Giro d'Italia, after nine months out with injury, and finished 7th in the opening time trial. What can we expect from Evenepoel, the 21-year-old Belgian phenomenon? Nobody seems to know, not even his Deceuninck-Quick-Step teammate Pieter Serry. We hear from Serry, from Jan-Pieter De Vlieger of Het Nieuwsbla…
 
Joe Dombrowski took the win at Sestola on stage four of the Giro d'Italia and The Cycling Podcast were there to witness a career best performance by a rider we've followed since our (and his) early days. On this first day in the mountains there were some skirmishes among the overall contenders, too. We hear in tonight's episode from Nicki Sorensen,…
 
There was an upset at the Giro d'Italia for the second successive day, with Taco van der Hoorn outwitting the peloton, and we continue our coverage of the race with an interview with his sports director, Valerio Piva. We also hear from Matt White, the Team Bike Exchange sports director whose leader, Simon Yates, is one of the race favourites. Will …
 
The University of Maryland School of Public Policy Alumni Board's video and podcast series called Policy Dialogues discusses current events through a policy lens. Episode 24 interviews Robert Sandoli of the Department of Energy. The talk is hosted by Evan Papp (UMD SPP ‘11). Robert Sandoli is the Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretary for Energy…
 
The start of stage three of the Giro d'Italia in Biella will be a homecoming for one individual with an awe-inspiring palmarès and huge influence in professional cycling. Giuseppe Acquadro is the town‘s prodigal son – and he is an agent, not a rider. In fact, some have called the man whose client portfolio includes Egan Bernal, Nairo Quintana and R…
 
In our second instalment of Girovagando – our coverage of the Giro d'Italia – we talk about the first sprint stage, the return of Dylan Groenewegen and conclude our tour of Turin in the company of Herbie Sykes. There are interviews with Groenewegen, Patrick Lefevere, Jos van Emden, Caleb Ewan and Elia Viviani, and we hear again from our audio diari…
 
In our first episode from the 2021 Giro d'Italia Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe are joined in Turin by Brian Nygaard, Italophile and former pro team manager turned wine maker. We discuss the stage one time trial and look ahead to the next three weeks, hearing from Egan Bernal, Tobias Foss, Max Walscheid and our audio diarist, James Knox. Daniel al…
 
For the second year, The Cycling Podcast is embarking on a viticultural Giro d’Italia alongside the 3,488km journey that rolls out from Turin on May 8. As in 2020, Greg Andrews of DVine Cellars is our guide for the trip. Greg recently sat down with Daniel Friebe to talk through the six bottles that make up The Cycling Podcast Girovagando selection …
 
Chasing your dreams | Creating a vision | Life coaching feat. Kyle Newman Creating vision through life coaching. We are still in the pandemic and in France we have just gone into another lockdown. For many 2020 was a hard year health and diet wise as gyms shut, restaurants closed and socialising was seriously curbed. That's why we decided to bump f…
 
In this month's episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin, with Orla Chennaoui, Rose Manley and Richard Moore, we rank the teams' classics campaigns, coming up with a top 10 and speaking to a member of each team to get their assessment and a mark out of ten for their performance. Among the riders we hear from are Audrey Cordon-Ragot, Elise Chabbey, Br…
 
Brian Carome is Chief Executive Officer of Street Sense Media. Street Sense produces journalism, film, theater, photography, audio, illustration, and more, all for the purpose of providing economic opportunity for and elevating the voices of people experiencing homelessness. The mission of Street Sense is to end homelessness in the Washington, D.C.…
 
Chris talks with Todd Hitchcock, Director of Programming at the American Film Institute Silver Theatre and Cultural Center. In Part 1 of our chat with Todd, he talks about how AFI has kept the movies coming during the pandemic, and we get a peek behind the glitz and glamour of attending star-studded film festivals at Cannes, Berlin and Toronto, as …
 
In this week's episode we look ahead to the Giro d'Italia and back at the Tour de Romandie, won by Geraint Thomas after a crash in the rain on Saturday and then a strong time trial in the final stage on Sunday. Previewing Girovagando – as we will be calling our daily coverage of the Giro – Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss the first Grand Tou…
 
Overview of Down on James Street James Street is alive with the sound of jazz! In 1930‘s Pittsburgh, Dorothy wants to dance the Lindy Hop. She finds the perfect partner in a young boy named George. They are having the time of their life…until the police storm the dance hall and shut it down for interracial dancing...with their bully clubs. Dorothy …
 
Entrepreneurship | Recruitment | Changes in business feat. Tim Biscaye We are still in the pandemic and in France we have just gone into another lockdown. For many 2020 was a hard year health and diet wise as gyms shut, restaurants closed and socialising was seriously curbed. That's why we decided to bump forward this episode and run it as a nutrit…
 
Julien Rosburger est membre de POA, l’acronyme de Petites Observations Automobiles sur YouTube. Je vous invite à découvrir ou à redécouvrir les épisodes de SLP: avec Renaud Roubaudi le fondateur de P.O.A qui parle de réenchanter l’automobile/ avec Philip Nemeth, le professeur de design de P.O.A. qui apprend à lire le design des voitures / avec Gild…
 
Robert Kuttner is co-founder and co-editor of The American Prospect and professor at Brandeis University’s Heller School. He is an author of twelve books and his latest book is called The Stakes: 2020 and the Survival of American Democracy. He was a founder of the Economic Policy Institute and serves on its Board and Executive Committee. His previo…
 
This episode of Service Course starts out at the Finsbury Park Road Race in 2015 where Tom is up against a rider who is using a dangerous position on the bike, said rider would be ejected from the Tour of Turkey some five years later for using that very same position. For this episode, loosely themed around positioning, Tom rides solo as Lizzy cont…
 
The first grand tour of the season, the Giro d'Italia, is just around the corner so I wanted to speak to Dr Kevin Sprouse about his role as a team doctor at one of the great stage races. Kevin is my team doctor at the EF Education-Nippo team and he's part of the medical team that looks after the riders all season round. For this podcast I wanted to…
 
Chris and Elise talk with director Adrian Prawica about his new film Haymarket: The Bomb, the Anarchists, the Labor Struggle, which is being screened free online this coming week by the Global Labor Film Festival Network, which will also include two online discussions with Adrian on May Day, Saturday, May 1, one at 8p Eastern time with labor histor…
 
Dr. James C. Benton is the Director of the Race and Economic Empowerment Project at the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor at Georgetown University. We will be discussing a multi-day virtual conference open to the public scheduled for this Wednesday, April 28 to Saturday, May 1st called Constructing a New Social Compact: A Public…
 
The University of Maryland School of Public Policy Alumni Board's video and podcast series called Policy Dialogues discusses current events through a policy lens. Episode 23 interviews Maryland State Senator Paul Pinksy representing District 22. The talk is hosted by Evan Papp (UMD SPP ‘11). Senator Pinsky became a member of the Maryland Senate in …
 
In this week's episode Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe discuss the last of the spring classics, Liège-Bastogne-Liège, won by Tour de France winner Tadej Pogačar. There's also an interview with one of the race's main protagonists, Michael Woods, who tells us that he was proud of his performance in a race in which he has a good record.…
 
Positive Mental Attitude | Reboot | Midlife feat. Heidi Fossali Positive Mental Attitude | Reboot | Midlife - do it now. We are still in the pandemic and in France we have just gone into another lockdown. For many 2020 was a hard year health and diet wise as gyms shut, restaurants closed and socialising was seriously curbed. That's why we decided t…
 
Noémie de Rothschild est Global Public Relation manager chez Eidos-Montréal, c’est un studio de développement de jeux vidéo qui a notamment travaillé sur de nombreuses sagas iconiques, entre autres Deus Ex, Tomb Raider ou Marvel’s Avengers. Noémie appartient à la génération "woke", cette génération qui est fatiguée par la communication souvent oppo…
 
“This is a beautiful, powerful book… This story is a great tool for educators and will inspire children to share their stories… This book should be in every library, school, and home.”Julie Su, California Secretary of Labor, President Biden’s nominee for U.S.Deputy Secretary of Labor“As an immigrant myself, the book brought tears of joy thinking of…
 
In this week's second episode we review Flèche Wallonne, or as Daniel calls it, cycling's annual "uphill cheese rolling competition." Quickest to the top of the Mur de Huy was Julian Alaphilippe, the world champion, who took his third win in this race. But he was pushed close by Primož Roglič, making his Flèche debut, who attacked early, with aroun…
 
Chris Garlock talks with director (Matewan, 8 Men Out) and novelist (Union Dues, Yellow Earth) John Sayles, about Martin Eden, Pietro Marcello’s adaptation of Jack London’s autobiographical novel. “The part both in the book and the movie that always meant the most to me is the part where he's whacking away at that typewriter,” says Sayles. “I actua…
 
The University of Maryland School of Public Policy Alumni Board's video and podcast series called Policy Dialogues discusses current events through a policy lens. Episode 22 focuses on alum Raymond Nevo’s campaign for Maryland’s Prince George’s County Council District 2. Participants also included Campaign Manager Hugo Cantu and host Evan Papp. Ray…
 
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