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Admit it: you’re obsessed with royal families – watching them, gossiping about them, wanting to be them. It’s the stuff of fantasy. But for real life royals, the crown jewels can be more like shiny handcuffs. There are expectations and rules – and if you break them, the consequences are big, and very public. And no, we’re not just talking about Harry and Meghan. There are royal families and wild royal tales from around the world and throughout history that you have never heard before. From W ...
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The Figure

Georgia Parkin & Charlotte Lorimer

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Each month, Charlotte Lorimer and Georgia Parkin learn and talk about three figures: a person, a number and an image. Their conversations also include recommendations for books, podcasts, films, series or exhibitions.
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If you love horses and you love equestrian sport, Free Rein Podcast is essential listening. Each month equestrian journalist and (very) amateur eventer Charlotte Ricca interviews all your favourite riders. Her contact book reads like a who's who in equestrian sport, so she decided to put it to good use. This podcast brings you closer to your equestrian heroes and poses the questions other don't dare ask.
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Film & TV, The Creative Process: Acting, Directing, Writing, Cinematography, Producers, Composers, Costume Design, Talk Art & Creativity

Acting, Directing, Writing, Cinematography Producing Conversations: Creative Process Original Series

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Film & TV episodes of the popular The Creative Process podcast. We speak to actors, directors, writers, cinematographers & variety of behind the scenes creatives about their work and how they forged their creative careers. To listen to ALL arts & creativity episodes of “The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society”, you’ll find our main podcast on Apple: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts! Exploring the fascinating minds o ...
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The CREATE INCREDIBLE series focuses on ‘real world’ knowledge transfer between creators. Through personal stories we encourage our guests to relive and retell their journeys revealing the highs & lows which serve to encourage, inspire & reassure listeners who may be on the fringes of INCREDIBLE creativity.
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Visionaries are defined as having extraordinary foresight and imagination. Those who can see what isn't there. They can imagine the unimaginable and they have the grit to make it happen. Business Visionaries are the change-agents embracing new opportunities to drive outsized results. From the C-Suite to the up-and-coming disruptors, they are blazing new paths, discovering inventive solutions and powering the future. Join us each week as we speak with these Visionaries: the entrepreneurs, inv ...
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In this Fiftyfaces Focus - The Next Chapter series we are delighted to bring you insights from 17 investment professionals around the world whose expertise includes investment committee, director, trustee and Chair roles. A portfolio career is often what many executives pursue as their next chapter, but there is no guidebook, no rule book for what makes an effective non-executive director or board member. There is even less guidance as to what makes an effective chair. Join us in this tour d ...
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Talking Bath and Wells

The Diocese of Bath and Wells

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Podcasts from Bath and Wells Join us for our latest series of podcasts all about chaplaincy. 'Reflecting through a chaplain’s eyes', offers a space to explore and reflect upon some of the key issues for chaplaincy. Hosted by Richard Kelley who is himself a chaplain, they have outstanding contributions from hospital chaplains, chaplains in schools, industry, respite care and more. Listen as we talk pioneering with Pioneering Plus a podcast series where we share conversations with people throu ...
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Welcome to The Ghost Story Book Club. Each episode, along with a special guest, writer and host Adam Z. Robinson discusses the ghost story genre and looks at a different classic ghost story. Authors include: M.R. James, E. Nesbit, Edith Wharton, Edgar Allen Poe, Algernon Blackwood, E.F Benson and many more. You can email your thoughts on the stories to: theghoststorybookclub@gmail.com and follow on Twitter at @ghostclubpod
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A podcast about the families all over the world who love someone with Rett Syndrome. "One day you will tell your story of how you've overcome what you're going through now, and it will become part of someone else's survival guide" Rett Syndrome is a rare genetic disorder with no current cure. As a parent of a daughter with Rett Syndrome, I wanted to talk to other parents to hear their stories and also give the newly diagnosed a positive and encouraging place to find comfort. Check back towar ...
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Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz is a C-list princess from a tiny province who plans on living a lowkey life. But when the King of England asks for her hand, 17-year-old Charlotte finds herself thrust into the spotlight. Lucky for her, she and George III fall madly in love. But their fairy tale marriage is threatened when George falls prey to a my…
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Ben Colman is the founder of Reality Defender, the leading deepfake detection platform helping enterprises flag fraudulent users and content. In this episode, join us as we dive deep into the world of AI, cybersecurity, and the innovative solutions being developed to protect our reality in an increasingly digital age.…
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In part one, Seretse Khama of Bechuanaland convinced his people to accept his white, British wife Ruth, only to discover that Britain and South Africa had other ideas. Now, these world powers are trying to prevent him from ever becoming king. But Seretse refuses to accept it. He’s determined to find a way to keep his wife and rule his people….even …
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We speak to the historian Gareth Russell about his book The Palace, which covers the history of Hampton Court Palace, from the Tudors to the Windsors. It's a fascinating book (and podcast!) covering lots of fascinating characters - from Henry VIII and George III to chocolatiers and the Romanovs. For more on Gareth, you can find him on Twitter (http…
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Originally recorded at our 2024 Rogue Women event earlier this spring, Fred Schonenberg, VentureFuel’s Founder and CEO dived into the heart of Gotham FC’s remarkable comeback story with Yael Averbuch West, the General Manager and Head of Soccer Operations; and Nan Vogel, Senior Vice President of Partnerships and Game Day at Gotham FC. Hear how a mi…
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Prince Seretse Khama was supposed to become the next king of the Bangwato tribe (in present day Botswana). But when, in the 1940s, he falls in love with a white British woman, their relationship sparks an international scandal. Powerful nations jump in to tear the couple apart and the crisis threatens Seretse’s crown. But he’s determined to be with…
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At our 2024 Rogue Women event earlier this spring, Yao Huang, founder of The Hatchery, moderated a panel discussion with venture capitalists. The panel included Caroline Lewis, Managing Partner of Rogue Women's Fund; Sydney Paige Thomas, Founder and General Partner of Symphonic Capital; and McKeever "Mac" Conwell II, Managing Partner of RareBreed V…
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This two-part series is all about Richard III, a Medieval family man who finds himself navigating England’s real-life Game of Thrones. In part one, Richard grew up in the shadow of his big brother and learned how to tear it up on the battlefield. Now, he’s in a battle with his in-laws to lead the Kingdom. But the more Richard fights for his rightfu…
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We speak to the historian Professor Penelope Corfield about the Georgians in a wide-ranging discussion that takes us from epoch-shifting changes in technology and literacy to the beginnings of handshakes and the postal system. For more information on Penelope and her essays, check out her website: https://www.penelopejcorfield.com/ For additional r…
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Thoughts: 5 years from now, grocery stores will be half the size and entirely stocked with fresh products served by subject matter experts (the baker, the monger, the butcher). The back half of the store will be mini-fulfillment centers with autonomous robots packing personalized orders of your non-emotional staples and customizing your outputs bas…
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Richard III has gone down in history as the hunchback king who killed his own family for the throne, thanks to William Shakespeare. But Shakespeare got a lot wrong. The English king’s life was a lot more like Game of Thrones than Shakespeare’s play. Like Ned Stark, Richard battles rumors and all kinds of backstabbing to protect his family’s throne.…
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At our 2024 Rogue Women event earlier this spring, Danielle Cohn, Founding Partner and CEO of The Wave Ventures, hosted a panel discussion with executives from corporate companies. The panel included Limor Schafman, Director of Operations and Programs at LG NOVA, a division of LG Electronics that collaborates with startups to develop businesses; Li…
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Ubolratana of Thailand’s story is the classic tale of a princess who wants to throw her crown away and live happily ever after with a commoner. Except…Ubolratana’s story doesn’t end with happily ever after. Because this princess decides she made a mistake. But she’ll soon find out that putting the crown back on her head will be a lot harder than ta…
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Last week, we had an 'Ask Me Anything' session with Danielle Cohn, CEO and Founding Partner of Wave Ventures, on Building an Innovation Ecosystem for Enterprise Organizations. The discussion centers on Danielle’s leadership in a top Fortune 30 innovation function. Danielle shared insights on founding an award-winning startup platform and emphasized…
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In Part One, Caroline of Brunswick escaped her controlling parents only to wind up in a worse situation – married to Prince George IV of England, a serial cheater who despises her. Luckily, the English people hate the Prince just as much as she does. And that’s gonna come in handy because George is about to become king – and will use his newfound p…
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Alex Churnoff is a lead colorist at Pictureshop, working on some of the most exciting sport docuseries on Netflix, like Formula 1: Drive to Survive, Tour De France: Unchained, and Brawn: The Impossible Formula 1 Story. Reigning at the top of the Netflix charts, Drive to Survive has had an unprecedented impact on the world of racing, boosting viewer…
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It is said that people never die until the last person says their name. In memory of the writer and director Paul Auster, who passed away this week, we're sharing this conversation we had back in 2017 after the publication of his novel 4 3 2 1. Auster reflects on his body of work, life, and creative process. Paul Auster was the bestselling author o…
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A fireside chat originally recorded at our 2024 Rogue Women event earlier this spring, The theme Advocacy Access and Acceleration features a wonderful discussion with Charlotte Newman, Global Head of underrepresented founder and investor startup business development. Charlotte is a global business development leader for Amazon Web Services, and a f…
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Over a hundred years before Princess Diana and Prince Charles, there was another doomed British royal couple: Queen Caroline and King George IV. Caroline and George’s hatred for each other runs so deep that it leads to a war that snowballs into a full blown tabloid circus. (Imagine Johnny Depp and Amber Heard-level drama, but set in Jane Austen’s e…
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In this edition of Reflecting through a chaplain's eyes, Richard chats faith sharing, the church and chaplaincy with Ruth Motion, who is a Chaplain at King's Academy, Cheddar. If you would like to join the online discussion on Monday, 6 May 2024 register now to using the following link - https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0rf-mgqjwsGtFF03Lx…
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Avra van der Zee is the COO of Elemental Excelerator, a global climate technology accelerator started in Honolulu with over 150 portfolio companies that have received over $8B in follow-on funding. We talk about using entrepreneurship for social change, catalytic capital, how to scale new technologies and the role of corporates in solving the clima…
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Grigori Rasputin has gone down in history as the famous Russian peasant who used his mystical skills to rise to the height of power at the turn of the 20th century. But do you know the man who murdered him? Meet Prince Felix Yusupov, the handsome and rich Russian royal desperate to make a name for himself. But Felix is about to find out that plotti…
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In the first of two episodes, we do a full episode just looking at the life and consortship of Prince Albert, husband to Queen Victoria, with a full review episode to come next time. One of the most famous names in British royal history, Albert has perhaps been overshadowed by the extensive memorialisation undertaken by Victoria after his death, so…
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Philipp has over two decades of expertise catalyzing the evolution of Fortune 500s, like Deloitte and Vontier, to drive transformative impact. We discuss Corporate Venturing and its various iterations, from Accelerators to Venture Studios to Pilots to Partnerships to Hackathons, and why insights from this work not only inform strategic decisions bu…
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We are off for Easter for a couple of weeks before getting back to Prince Albert, so this week we're doing a feed swap with the History Daily Podcast, which releases c. 15 minute episodes every weekday covering an event in history. We are showcasing two of their episodes which should hopefully be of interest to Rex Factor Listeners: the jousting in…
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On casting Robert Downey Jr. in 4 Roles: "That was Park Chan-wook's idea early on. In the book, there are these sorts of male-white figures of the American establishment. They're all differentiated in the book, but he had the idea. What if we have one actor playing all the parts kind of like Peter Sellers in Dr. Strangelove and immediately we thoug…
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What are the stories we tell ourselves to justify our actions in times of war? How can the arts convey complexity and foster understanding? Don McKellar is a highly accomplished writer, director, and actor. He has written films including Roadkill, Highway 61, Dance Me Outside, The Red Violin, and Blindness. He won the Prix de la Jeunesse at the 198…
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In part one, Grigori Rasputin went from a powerless peasant to the spiritual advisor of the Tsar and Tsarina, the most powerful couple in Russia. Now, Rasputin’s “healing abilities” have been put to the test. If he saves their son, Alexei, he can solidify his place of power. If he doesn’t, he’s gone for good. Unfortunately for Rasputin, whatever th…
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"We ended on such a cliffhanger with Isaac presenting the wrench at the police station to Jeff Daniels' character. It allowed us to sort of start from a place of what's going to happen next? And I think because what is drawn in the novel and because of what Danny brought into the original script of the first season and all the ideas he brought in. …
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