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Best Coulthard podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Coulthard podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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On The Marbles
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Steve Jones is behind the wheel of Channel 4's single-seater racing podcast, with regular contributions from rear-seat drivers David Coulthard, Ben Edwards, Lee McKenzie and Billy Monger. #OnTheMarbles
 
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For F1's Sake
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Everyone's second-favourite F1 podcast, recorded in a pub. Once you've heard the facts, join Cheeka, Terry and Phill for their review of every grand prix.Formula 1 needs fixing - and For F1's Sake are the ones to fix it. Definitely.
 
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For F1's Sake
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Everyone's second-favourite F1 podcast, recorded in a pub. Once you've heard the facts, join Cheeka, Terry and Phill for their review of every grand prix.Formula 1 needs fixing - and For F1's Sake are the ones to fix it. Definitely.
 
Beyond The Grid, supported by Bose, delivers great stories, fresh insight and amazing anecdotes from the world of F1. Each week Tom Clarkson brings you in-depth, personal conversations with the biggest names in the sport, from current superstar drivers and leading team bosses to legendary figures from history.
 
AMG brand ambassador and former Formula One racing driver David Coulthard and Torsten Reil, CEO of NaturalMotion, discuss the world of CSR Racing. Hear about life as a former F1 driver and learn how the team at NaturalMotion created the excitement of the sport in CSR Racing. Then see a demonstration of the app, featuring the new Mercedes-AMG GT. Hosted by Torie Campbell at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
Scott Coulthard and Will Friesen are here to give you the inside scoop on every NHL game, every day, even weekends, wait this sounds like a lot of work
 
A series for people working in social care in the UK to help build a better service. Sharing tips & strategies from great leaders & industry experts
 
We all go through moments of doubt and uncertainty. But how do we stop them from holding us back? Trust expert Rachel Botsman speaks with incredible guests – from soldiers to poker players and psychologists to hostage negotiators – that will change the way you think about trust. Heart-warming – and at times heart-stopping – these conversations ask what happens when we confront our trust issues, face our fears and open our minds to new possibilities. For an even deeper dive into the insights ...
 
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How do we push ourselves to our limits? David Coulthard is a British driving legend, with 13 Grand Prix titles to his name and no less than 62 podium finishes. So why is it that, a decade after his retirement from the track, it’s the losses, not the victories, that stick in the champion’s head? Through his chat with Rachel, David gives us an in ...…
 
Today my interview is with Sophy Robson, a part-time care support worker for Bluebird Care. Sophie also has a successful business running nail services and graffiti workshops and I wanted to talk about what attracted her to care as a second career. Sophy is also actively involved in engagement and marketing for Bluebird, so we talk all things s ...…
 
He’s that rarest of creatures: a multifaceted, outgoing personality who also happens to be a world-class competitor, beloved by fans, media and even his fellow drivers. On this week’s show we go deep with Daniel Ricciardo on his life on and off the race track, from his present with Renault to his past with Red Bull; his relationship with Max Ve ...…
 
This is how the season ends. Not with a bang, but with a deathly boring procession around Yas Marina, livened only by a DRS failure and Lando Norris crying. Still, it eases us into the off season, eh? Cheeka, Phill and Terry gather around the microphones to discuss the snoozefest that was the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, and we give our nominations fo ...…
 
This is how the season ends. Not with a bang, but with a deathly boring procession around Yas Marina, livened only by a DRS failure and Lando Norris crying. Still, it eases us into the off season, eh? Cheeka, Phill and Terry gather around the microphones to discuss the snoozefest that was the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, and we give our nominations fo ...…
 
Today I'm joined by Louie Werth of Care Research, who has recently been involved in some exciting research of Outstanding Home Care CQC reports. Even if you're a care home or a different type of care provider then there will be something of interest in this episode as Louie shares a lot about why research in this sector is so important. He also ...…
 
To many people, Bernie Ecclestone is the Godfather of Formula One. He transformed the sport from being the expensive indulgence of rich amateurs in the 50s into the global phenomenon it is today, watched by hundreds of millions of people on television and online. On this week’s special show, we speak to Mr E about his incredible career, includi ...…
 
Steve Jones, David Coulthard and Mark Webber join forces ahead of the final race of the season to collect their thoughts and reveal the winners of the all important 'Jonesies' awards.By Whisper.tv
 
Today I am joined by Mark McGlade who is the owner of Home Instead Senior Care for Exeter and East Devon. Mark's office was the first home care provider in the South West to receive an all 5 Outstanding rating - which is an incredible achievement and in fact, over 30% of Home Instead offices have an Outstanding rating, which I discuss with Mark ...…
 
This week’s guest is F1’s original iron man – a veteran of 19 seasons in the top class of racing and a record 322 Grand Prix starts. Over the course of that career, Rubens Barrichello experienced every emotion under the sun: from the despair of being injured and losing hero and countryman Ayrton Senna on the same weekend in 1994; he experienced ...…
 
Can we learn to listen to those we don’t agree with? This season’s final episode features two guests who have very different views on vaccinations. It is estimated that 2019 has seen a 300% increase in cases of measles globally. Where has this doubt around vaccinations come from? In Part One, Rachel talks with the Director of The Vaccine Confid ...…
 
Too much of today’s media pits the so-called ‘expert’ against the ‘anti-something.’ That’s not what this special on vaccinations is about. In Part Two of the Trust Issues special on vaccines, we hear from mother-of-two, Rita, who shares her own beliefs and opens up about why an experience with her son caused her distrust in vaccines to develop. ...…
 
Today I'm joined by Sam Watson from NHSmail and Claire Sutton from The National Care Forum to talk all things digital, and not just digital care planning. We talk about NHSmail and the ways it can empower care companies and we also talk about other ways of embracing digital products, including the humble Amazon Echo! I really enjoyed this episo ...…
 
The Brazilian Grand Prix was all set to be a relatively unremarkable end-of-season snoozefest, until all hell broke loose towards the end of the race. Cheeka, Phill and Terry talk through Ferrari’s farce, Bottas’ smokey bum and a very weird podium, and also announce their Man of the Match of Driving (MotMoD).…
 
The Brazilian Grand Prix was all set to be a relatively unremarkable end-of-season snoozefest, until all hell broke loose towards the end of the race. Cheeka, Phill and Terry talk through Ferrari’s farce, Bottas’ smokey bum and a very weird podium, and also announce their Man of the Match of Driving (MotMoD).…
 
This week’s guest is a man whose name may not be immediately familiar to everyone, but it probably should be. Why? Well quite simply this is a man who has won more world titles than anyone in history - 26 in total. In a glittering career in F1, Aldo Costa was a key engineer for both Ferrari and Mercedes throughout their dominant dynasties, and ...…
 
Steve Jones and David Coulthard reunite at last to discuss Toto Wolff's grooming habits, Ben Edwards' water retention, Ross Brawn's movie career and lots more!By Whisper.tv
 
Today my guest is Raina Summerson who is the Group CEO of Agincare, a large care provider based in Dorset but with locations across the UK. I didn't know much about Agincare, which is surprising because they are such a large provider and still family owned. We discuss this and also how key messages are communicated and driven through such a lar ...…
 
He is regarded as one of the fastest drivers to ever grace an F1 racetrack, and arguably the rival Michael Schumacher feared the most. Not only was Mika Hakkinen’s commitment in a racing car absolute, particularly on a qualifying lap; he somehow came back from a horrifying accident at the end of 1995 not only to win races, but two world champio ...…
 
Can we control how others perceive us? Adam Grant’s career is an ongoing success story. Switching from Junior Olympic diving to organisational psychology, Adam became the youngest tenured professor at Wharton and has received multiple teaching awards. He also has four New York Times bestsellers under his belt and currently hosts the chart-toppi ...…
 
Today my guest is Marie Hart who is Head of HR at Westgate Healthcare. I'd never interviewed someone in a HR role and Marie delivered! She shares some of the steps the company has taken to improve staff retention through different staff engagement initiatives. Everything she shares can be adapted into any care company and some of the ideas were ...…
 
The battle is over. Valtteri Bottas won the US Grand Prix, but no one cared because Lewis Hamilton won his sixth world title and the rest of F1 2019 doesn’t matter anymore. Cheeka, Phill and Terry forensically dissect the goings on at the Circuit of the Americas and ask a variety of silly questions, while drinking beer. Some things never change.…
 
The battle is over. Valtteri Bottas won the US Grand Prix, but no one cared because Lewis Hamilton won his sixth world title and the rest of F1 2019 doesn’t matter anymore. Cheeka, Phill and Terry forensically dissect the goings on at the Circuit of the Americas and ask a variety of silly questions, while drinking beer. Some things never change.…
 
Putting aside Frank Williams, who is no longer in the active role at Williams he once was, Franz Tost is the second longest-serving team boss in the pit lane, behind only Red Bull counterpart Christian Horner. In his 14 years at the helm of Toro Rosso, Tost has overseen the team’s maiden pole and victory, nurtured talents like Sebastian Vettel, ...…
 
What makes us question ourselves? Over the last 20 years, TV audiences and radio listeners alike have taken Fearne Cotton into their hearts. As a music presenter on Radio 1 and now as the host of her own smash-hit podcast, Happy Place, Fearne has earned the trust of A-list celebrities, making them feel comfortable to open up about their lives. ...…
 
There was a party down Mexico way, but despite having the fastest car (again), Ferrari conspired to throw away a guaranteed win (again). Hamilton won the race but isn’t champion yet. Can Bottas bring it back? No, don’t be silly. Cheeka, Phill and Terry dial in to catch up on the fun in Mexico City, as well as all the other entertaining tedium t ...…
 
There was a party down Mexico way, but despite having the fastest car (again), Ferrari conspired to throw away a guaranteed win (again). Hamilton won the race but isn’t champion yet. Can Bottas bring it back? No, don’t be silly. Cheeka, Phill and Terry dial in to catch up on the fun in Mexico City, as well as all the other entertaining tedium t ...…
 
James Sage, partner at Royds Withy King is my guest today and he heads up the health and social care team for the law firm. I'd recently attended an event hosted by James and so I was armed with lots of questions about what informal HR processes are and how they can help care companies to improve recruitment and retention, but also avoid a lega ...…
 
As motor racing stories go, Mario Andretti’s is pure Hollywood. Born in what was war-ravaged Italy in 1940, and later a refugee, he would rise to not only become arguably the greatest all-round racing driver in history, but also a household name, synonymous with speed, across America – his adopted homeland after emigrating in the 1950s. On this ...…
 
Is doubt holding you back – or can it drive you forward? Tea Uglow doesn’t always know who she is. And she’s okay with that. In this episode, Rachel and Tea catch up about the expectations we all feel around our identities and, crucially, why doubt and uncertainty give us the freedom to learn, to grow, to change – and to trust.…
 
Steve Jones and David Coulthard reunite ahead of the Mexican Grand Prix for another spicy episode of questions asked and answered - some listener discretion advised!By Whisper.tv
 
I'm really excited to bring you two guests in this episode, Ben and Katie from Milkwood Care, who were both under 30 when they stepped into their managers position. They share with me the challenges they've faced, the support they've been given to thrive in their roles and Ben shares his dramatic story of how his home came to achieve their Outs ...…
 
He’s regarded as arguably the fastest Japanese driver of all time, and yet it could all have been so different for Takuma Sato. A bike racing champion in his youth, Sato caught the racing bug watching Senna at Suzuka in his youth, and though he didn’t start racing until much later than almost all of his rivals, his talent and sheer bloody minde ...…
 
What happens when those at the top don’t tell us the truth? Why were thousands of patients given infected blood products from the NHS in the UK during the 1970s and 80s? Decades after the scandal, an ongoing public inquiry is finally searching for answers. Speaking to Rachel from her home, Della shares her emotional story of losing her son, and ...…
 
Alex Jacques catches up with a young driver who has the biggest name in all of motorsport. Mick Schumacher exclusively talks to F2: The Road to F1 about his career so far, his passions away from the track and the influence of his father. The German also talks about his future ambitions, as he aims to one day compete in Formula One, where Dad, M ...…
 
Not even a typhoon could stop Ferrari ballsing up yet another certain win and Mercedes won all of the championships at Suzuka. Cheeka, Phill and Terry look back on LeClerc's Verstappen-like attack on Verstappen, Vettel's false start that wasn't and Bottas pulling out his annual good performance, as well as all the other nonsense that happened i ...…
 
Not even a typhoon could stop Ferrari ballsing up yet another certain win and Mercedes won all of the championships at Suzuka. Cheeka, Phill and Terry look back on LeClerc's Verstappen-like attack on Verstappen, Vettel's false start that wasn't and Bottas pulling out his annual good performance, as well as all the other nonsense that happened i ...…
 
It's Series 6! Thank you for your patience. In the first episode I'm speaking with Tarryn Gorre from Kafoodle, a food tech company that supports better compliance and nutrition in care. We talk about why good training is so critical for care chefs, who have to cook multiple meals for many residents a day as well as manage dietary and complex re ...…
 
He was a driver for whom much was expected, arriving in F1 as the younger brother of a double world champion. And though today Ralf Schumacher doesn’t rate his achievements that highly, those who raced against him will tell you the six-time Grand Prix winner was one of the quickest and most under-estimated of his era. On this week’s show, Ralf ...…
 
Have you ever been conned? Did you ask yourself why you didn’t see it coming? Or have you been wary of trusting people since? In this fascinating episode, Rachel is joined by Maria Konnikova, the award-winning author and psychology writer, who in 2018 surprised everyone – including herself – by becoming a world-champion poker player. Maria reve ...…
 
Does risk equal danger? Or are you in danger of playing it safe? It’s fair to say that Ant Middleton knows a thing or two about risk. After 13 years of military service, the Chief Instructor of Channel 4’s SAS: Who Dares Wins has put his mind and body through the most extreme challenges imaginable. Having survived everything from enemy fire to ...…
 
Steve Jones and Lee McKenzie don't let the advancing Typhoon Hagibis distract them from a wide-ranging discussion ahead of the rescheduled Japanese Grand Prix weekend.By Whisper.tv
 
Our guest this week is someone who lived through one of the sport’s biggest fairy tales when, in 2009, he won the world title with Brawn, less than 12 months after the team had been put out of business by Honda. But though that season has come to define Jenson Button’s F1 career, in reality it was just one small part for a racer that clocked up ...…
 
The Russian Grand Prix was notable mostly for Ferrari returning to their time-honoured tradition of shooting themselves in the foot, this time with the added bonus of an internal wrangle between Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel. Cheeka, Phill and Terry reflect on Sochi and catch up on the rest of the F1 news, including McLaren going back to ...…
 
The Russian Grand Prix was notable mostly for Ferrari returning to their time-honoured tradition of shooting themselves in the foot, this time with the added bonus of an internal wrangle between Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel. Cheeka, Phill and Terry reflect on Sochi and catch up on the rest of the F1 news, including McLaren going back to ...…
 
As Lewis Hamilton’s team mate at Mercedes, Valtteri Bottas finds himself consistently measured against a driver many consider the best of all time. But far from being overawed, the gritty Finn actively relishes the challenge, and has become a consistent race-winning threat. On this week’s show Bottas opens up about mental resilience, motivation ...…
 
Ringmaster Steve Jones cracks the whip for another trip into the podcasting Big Top of On The Marbles, with microphone strongman Ben Edwards, the incomparable Billy Monger and OTM debutant and three-time Le Mans winner Allan McNish.By Whisper.tv
 
Singapore was a dull race, or WAS IT? Yes. But also a bit interesting thanks to internal Ferrari wrangling, Vettel being good again (maybe), Leclerc being a whiner and Mercedes not being on the podium. Phill and Terry are joined by guest host and professional Cheeka impersonator Cameron Tait to trawl through the Singapore Grand Prix and see wha ...…
 
Singapore was a dull race, or WAS IT? Yes. But also a bit interesting thanks to internal Ferrari wrangling, Vettel being good again (maybe), Leclerc being a whiner and Mercedes not being on the podium. Phill and Terry are joined by guest host and professional Cheeka impersonator Cameron Tait to trawl through the Singapore Grand Prix and see wha ...…
 
He’s a man with one of the toughest jobs in F1: tasked with leading one of the sport’s grandee teams back to the top, under the weight of huge public expectation. But if anyone knows Renault, it’s Cyril Abiteboul. The Frenchman has worked in a variety of positions for the French marque over the years and, though just 41, is now in his fourth se ...…
 
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