Discover the Passions that drive us, the purpose that defines us and the stories that connect us. A one on one conversational format with those who are driven by what they love to do. Unlock the secrets People with a Passion share on their journey to self discovery and fulfilling their dreams and goals. Join us when you relax or while on your commute and you will feel not only part of our conversation, but realise we all share one another's journey. Please Listen, Enjoy, Share and Rate! Thanks.
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Join me as I look at every Prime Minister of Canada from Sir John A. Macdonald to Justin Trudeau. I look at the good, the bad and everything else the leaders of Canada have been involved in. See why they left their mark on Canada, why they maybe weren't always great people and why they are part of our history.
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Join host Aaron R. Shriver as he takes listeners/viewers on a journey through his Music Interview & Positivity promoting podcast, Gainin' Fast On Memphis. Aaron began this podcast because he was a long time Eric Church fan and a proud member of the Fan Club "The Church Choir”. He wanted to share his love and appreciation for music and the artistry behind songwriting, along with any positive influencers who wanted to share their story. Aaron has made a few close friends along the way, and eac ...
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Wild Hearts is a podcast dedicated to sharing the real stories of founders - the passionate few taking giant leaps forward. In this series, we’ll uncover the stories of founders navigating their way through the often messy and difficult ups and downs of building a business. We’ll share lessons from founders who are knocking at the door of success. Founders who are on the front line of innovation. The ones in the weeds with their customers, the learn it alls. The founders with laser-focused, ...
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Ben Sosa Wright and Aba Amuquandoh bring you a weekly podcast produced with Aidan O'Loughlin; they come together to reminisce (sometimes drag) the pop stars of our youth. They often go off topic and they always go AWF! If you love pop, nostalgia, and kikiing... then this is the pod for you! If you are interested in bettering yourself and ummm... learning, then sorry go elsewhere.
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Gerard Whateley, along with his long list of media and industry accolades, joins the station and Crocmedia as Chief Sports Caller, spearheading football, and racing coverages - as well as hosting the ultimate morning radio show, "Whateley". Combining authoritative journalism and sharp-eyed analysis with emotive broadcasting, Gerard Whateley is a unique voice in the coverage of sport in Australia. He'll bring all that and more to SEN mornings in 2018.
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William Rowe served as the Leader of the Opposition for only a few short months in 1956, but he spent over 25 years in Parliament, was a lover of harness racing and even served as the Lt. Governor of Ontario for five years. Support: www.patreon.com/canadaehx Donate: www.canadaehx.com E-mail: email@example.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/craigbaird I…
Emma McKeon's uncle Rob Woodhouse reacts to her gold medal win moments after she crosses the line.By SEN
Former Australian athlete Ryan Gregson joins Gerard to preview the athletics at the Tokyo Olympics.By SEN
Channel Seven commentator Matt Shirvington joins Gerard to preview the track and field events for the Tokyo games.By SEN
Hamish McLachlan joins Gerard to reflect on today's Olympic action.By SEN
Kane Cornes and Gerard discuss the day's footy and Olympics news, focusing on Alistair Clarkson's bombshell departure from Hawthorn, and Emma McKeon and Jess Fox's Gold Medal successes.By SEN
Emma McKeon's brother David and mother Susie speak to Gerard Whateley and Rob Woodhouse after her gold medal win in the women's 100m freestyle.By SEN
Gerard Whateley and Kanes Cornes discuss Alastair Clarkson's impending departure from Hawthorn.By SEN
Canoe Slalom gold medallist Jess Fox speaks to Gerard WhateleyBy SEN
Craig Jennings joins Gerard to talk AFL strategy ahead of Round 20 of AFL action.By SEN
Kane Cornes speaks to Gerard about what lies ahead in Round 20 of AFL action.By SEN
Gerard discusses what Jess Fox's gold medal win in the canoe slalom means for Australia.By SEN
Hamish McLachlan chats to Gerard about the breaking news around the Australian track and field team, and reflects on today's events.By SEN
Kane Cornes and Gerard discuss today's Olympic and Footy news.By SEN
Rob Woodhouse joins Gerard Whateley to review the day's swimming finalsBy SEN
James Magnussen joins Gerard ahead of Kyle Chalmers' swim in the final of the men's 100m Freestyle. Magnussen finished a marginal second in the event at the 2012 Games in London.By SEN
Bruce McAvaney joins Gerard Whateley to discuss the big Olympic Games storiesBy SEN
Why he decided to sign with the Storm for a further five years, the strengths behind his longevity and success in the role, delegating to his leaders more often, and more.By SEN
The big picture at North Melbourne, why Don Pyke and Michael Voss would be better for their first senior coaching experiences, his distaste for the kick into the pocket, and plenty more.By SEN
"In one golden hour, Australia re-established itself as an Olympic force."By SEN
Fighting Words is the name of the upcoming album from versatile artist Ellen Foley. In her long and distinguished career she has worked with Meatloaf and Jim Steinman, most notably on the iconic Paradise On The Dashboard Light. As well she’s worked with The Clash, Pandora’s Box and starred in a season of the classic […] The post WTMusic: Fighting W…
Kane Cornes and Gerard ponder today's Olympics and Footy news.By SEN
Commentator Matt Hill joins Gerard after calling an extraordinary morning for Australian rowing, with the Men's and Women's Fours teams winning gold, and the Men's and Women's Quadruple Skulls teams each claiming bronze.By SEN
Robyn Titmus speaks to Gerard after Ariarne became a dual Olympic gold medalist, taking out the final of the women's 200m Freestyle in Tokyo on Wednesday.By SEN
Olympic gold medalist Rosie Popa speaks to Gerard just hours after she was part of the successful Women's Four rowing team alongside Lucy Stephan, Jessica Morrison and Annabelle McIntyre. Rosie has continued the proud rowing legacy of her family, with her parents Sue and Ian Olympic bronze medalists in 1984.…
4-time Olympian Leisel Jones joins Gerard Whateley to discuss Kaylee McKeown and Ariarne TimusBy SEN
Kaylee McKeown's coach Chris Mooney speaks to Gerard about her 100m backstroke gold medal win.By SEN
On the new broadcast deal with ESPN, the Boomers and the Opals, where the NBL needs to make an impact next, and more.By SEN
On the Lance Franklin ruling, and the minimum crowd figure for the Grand Final.By SEN
How the Blues lost their faith and their way in their capitulation to North Melbourne, the implications for the review into their operations, why he lost his composure while marking Roos forward Nick Larkey, whether or not he'll bring out the torpedo Gerard has spotted him practicing, what he'll bring to the competition committee, and more.…
Gerard recaps canoer Jess Fox's heartache after two time penalties relegated her to third place on Tuesday, a shattered Sally Fitzgibbons' early exit, champion gymnast Simone Biles' reflections after her withdrawal from the rest of the tournament, before looking ahead to the fifth day of action.By SEN
Gainin’ Fast on Memphis: The Podcast | Show Notes Episode 94: We welcome in Singer/Songwriters Southerland. This is the Duo to watch for in 21/22. I first heard the song "Along Those Lines" Co-Written with ECB's Own Driver Williams. Since then, I have been hooked on the pictures that Matt & Chris are painting with their lyrics. We will hear how a G…
Kookaburra Blake Govers joins Gerard Whateley following their 5-2 win over ArgentinaBy SEN
Channel Seven's Hamish McLachlan chats to Gerard about Day Four of competition.By SEN
Kaylee McKeown's former coach John Wallace chats to Gerard after Kaylee's win in the 100m backstroke final.By SEN
Olympic medallist Rob Woodhouse joins Gerard Whateley to wrap up the day's swimming finalsBy SEN
Gerard crosses to the "SEN Flip" studios to catch up on the day's footy discussion with Kane Cornes.By SEN
Kayle McKeown's sister Taylor speaks to Gerard Whateley about her sister's gold medal win in the 100m backstroke in Tokyo.By SEN
Olympic legend Ian Thorpe joins Gerard to discuss Ariarne Titmus' achievementBy SEN
Ariarne Titmus' coach Dean Boxall joined Gerard to discuss the emotion of the gold medal victoryBy SEN
His surprise that Melbourne mastermind Craig Bellamy will continue to coach the Storm, whether or not the NRL Grand Final will be held in New South Wales, and more.By SEN
Looking at Carlton and coach David Teague through a number of prisms other than the catastrophic loss to North Melbourne, the next steps for Essendon, the most potent of the top three sides, how Melbourne mirror Richmond, moving the magnets, and more.By SEN
"I'm not sure what this looks like in your house, but last night..."By SEN
In this episode Emily Richardson spills all the tea about Courtney’s chaotic upbringing, the tabloid war against her, and obviously there’s conversation about weed wine. 😈😈😈😈 Brought to you By: The Sonar NetworkBy The Sonar Network
Steve Titmus, father of Ariarne, joins Gerard following Ariarne's 400m Gold Medal victory in TokyoBy SEN
1984 Olympic medallist Rob Woodhouse reviews Day Two of action from the poolBy SEN
Gerard speaks of the dominance of the women's 100m freestyle relay team and interviews London anchor Melanie Wright (Schlanger)By SEN
How Carlton were exposed by North Melbourne on Saturday afternoon, running the preliminary final integrity test on Melbourne and Geelong, how the Dogs overcame the Dees' defensive game, the "profound" impact Adam Treloar will have when he returns, the implications around the Lance Franklin elbow on Luke Ryan, rolling seedings and more.…
With Aussie swimmer Ariarne Titmus to go for gold in the 400m freestyle and the phones ringing hot, Gerard previews the Olympic coverage to come on SEN, and picks through the wreckage of Carlton's loss to North Melbourne.By SEN