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Best Jamie McGregor podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Jamie McGregor podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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A weekly talk about whatever is interesting me at the moment.
 
Behind the Bars, Motorcycles Memories and MayhemMark and John's no holds barred podcast about motorcycles and the people who ride them. Some language may be explicit. Sponsored by Wilkins Harley-Davidson, Barre, Vermont
 
PROUDLY SPONSORED BY PIETER TOERIEN PRODUCTIONS. People of Note is broadcast on Sunday evening at 6 pm on Fine Music Radio with a repeat on Thusday afternoon at 1 pm, presented by Rodney Trudgeon.Says Rodney: “There are a number of fascinating people who pass through Cape Town and I’ve always felt there to be a need for a programme that allows an in-depth discussion with these personalities. Whether their fields are music, literature, theatre, dance, opera or even politics and economics, we’ ...
 
The purpose of CFTC Talks is to provide information about the commodity markets, futures trading and other information about conditions in this country and abroad that affect the markets. Our goal is to talk about and get information on all things impacting these markets. We’re going to talk with a wide range of experts in the markets: government agencies and offices, exchanges and clearing houses, authors and researchers, and market participants. Please listen to the introductory podcast to ...
 
The Talk-Thought Podcast is now a place for members of the public to submit their voice memos to the platform. Encouraging people to open up about things to better themselves and others around them. All episodes should be treated with respect, not to discourage anyone sharing thoughts close to their heart. Perspectives from everyday people, on everyday things. Send uploads to talkthoughthealth@gmail.com
 
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Fine Music Radio — On People of Note this week, Rodney Trudgeon will be talking to Dr Jamie McGregor of Rhodes University about a lecture he delivered recently at the UCT Summer School. The lecture was entitled “A Composer’s Midlife Crisis: Wagner before and after Schopenhauer”. It is generally thought that Wagner was never the same again after enc…
 
Ep 3, S4, Interview with Jamie Elvidge, Motorcycle Journalist, on Ewan Mcgregor and Charley Boorman’s Harley-Davidson LiveWire ride from Argentina to Los Angeles With the Harley-Davidson Livewire due in showrooms all across the country in the next few weeks, John and Mark chat with motorcycle journalist Jamie Elvidge about Livewire and Pan America.…
 
What does streaming Music, Video and Games look like this decade.
 
Fine Music Radio — The UCT Summer School opens this week with the usual vast array of fascinating lectures. Among them is a series of lectures entitle “A Brief History of Harmony, the Universe and Everything” which will be delivered by Grant McLachlan along with performers such as Vox cape Town, Albie van Schalkwyk and Lucia Scott. Rodney Trudgeon …
 
Fine Music Radio — For the first edition of People of Note for 2020, Rodney Trudgeon has decided to repeat an edition of the programme done some years ago which created great interest at the time and in fact many listeners have asked us to repeat it. The interview was with JOHN HAMER who is a senior pilot in Cape Town Harbour and who has had the ex…
 
With Christmas having just past, I give my thoughts on Shopping.
 
Fine Music Radio — For the last programme of 2019, Rodney Trudgeon invited one of Cape Town’s most glamourous women into the People of Note studio. Cathy Specific is the undoubted Queen of the elegant supper club known as Gate 69 where she holds court on show nights both in the theatre, on stage and on the red carpet outside where she personally gr…
 
Fine Music Radio — The Rocky Horror show is playing to packed houses here at Artscape with Craig Urbani in the role of Frank n Furter and Kate Normington as the narrator. This all new, fast, Slick production is the London production which has been touring for the last 13 years, but with an all-South African cast here in Cape Town. The director is C…
 
Talking about the lead up to The Rise of Skywalker and the impacts Star Wars has had on society.
 
Ep 2, S4, Bruce Motta, Harley Owners Group (HOG) Czar In this edition of Behind the Bars, John and Mark talk with Bruce Motta, Regional Manager for HOG Harley-Davidson Owners Group. Bruce is a fascinating guy who has gone from designing nuclear subs for the Navy to making connections with motorcycle riders across the globe. His harrowing account of…
 
Fine Music Radio — Rodney Trudgeon’s guest on this week’s edition of People of Note is the multi-award winning South African flautist Wouter Kellerman, who is also the winner of a Grammy Award. Not only is Wouter a flautist, but he is also a producer and composer and part of his mission is to work with and uplift children. His 2018 collaboration wi…
 
S4, Ep1, Craig Ripley, Living off the Slab, Dual Adventure Motorcyclist, thoughts on Harley-Davidson Pan America In this episode, John goes solo since Mark is off hugging trees (only for this episode). John talks with Craig Ripley who has a popular Youtube Channel and does adventure touring riding all over the country. While we are still learning m…
 
Fine Music Radio — The iconic musical The Rocky Horror Show is playing during the festive season here at the Artscape Opera House. Since it first opened in June 1973 at the Royal Court Theatre Upstair’s, Richard O’Brien’s musical has achieved cut status and Pieter Toerien’s production is the new, world-wide success directed by Christopher Luscombe.…
 
What does the future of robotics hold?
 
Fine Music Radio — A new project was launched recently at the imposing Casa Labia in Muizenberg when the Butterfly Art Project joined forces with Fondazione Labia. The Butterfly art Project is a non-profit Public Benefit organisation that encourages healing and creativity through the arts for children in under-resourced communities. Fondazione Labi…
 
Fine Music Radio — The month of November sees the 10th anniversary of the exciting daily, on line newspaper, The Daily Maverick which has become a major player in the media in South Africa and which has attracted some of the country’s finest journalists and influential readers. Rodney Trudgeon’s guest on People of Note this week is the Co-founder a…
 
The mostly good aspects of theme parks.
 
Fine Music Radio — The seminal masterpiece by Tennessee Williams, “The Glass Managerie”, has received rave reviews for its production at the Artscape Arena. It is directed by Fred Abrahamse who commissioned a special music score for the production from the young South African musician and composer, Jaco Griessel. The result is haunting music for a …
 
Ep 14, S3, Interview with Joe Pennington, of THE Evel Knievel Museum Evel Knievel has to be the interesting character to ever sit in the saddle of a motorcycle. John and Mark were fascinated to learn that there is a museum in Topeka, Kansas dedicated to Evel. In this podcast Joe Pennington of THE Evel Knievel Museum talks with John and Mark about t…
 
Fine Music Radio — This week’s edition of People of Note is a repeat of a programme that was broadcast a couple of years ago when the distinguished British violinist Anthony Marwood was visiting Cape Town on holiday. Now, Anthony is back in town, this time to give a recital for the Cape Town Concert series at the Baxter on Saturday 16th of November…
 
I talk about people who take competition way too seriously when they shouldn’t.
 
Fine Music Radio — A photographic exhibition called “The Other Side Of Christmas” opens at the Deepest Darkest Art Gallery in Cape Town on 7 November. The works document every day scenes across the American south during the 2014 mid-term elections in the USA which were the precursor to the divisive 2016 Presidential elections. The photographer is B…
 
Interview with Alisa Clickenger, Women's Motorcycle Tours In this Behind the Bars Podcast, John and Mark chat with Alisa Clickenger. Alisa is an inspirational writer, blogger, and global motorcycle tour leader who called motorcycles “the lens through which I view the world”. Her passion for bikes was inspired by a dream and has allowed her to disco…
 
Fine Music Radio — A show which is doing incredibly well here in Cape Town, and which has been extended to the 2 February 2020, is Kinky Boots at the Fugard. It has a Tony winning score by Cyndi Lauper and the book by four time Tony winner Harvey Fierstein and has played to sold out houses on Broadway. In the role of the drag queen Lola is the acco…
 
Everyone could be getting activities and rewards like a Korean Variety show.
 
Fine Music Radio — Children’s stories and children books are in the spotlight on People of Note this week. Rodney Trudgeon will be talking to author ANDREW NEWMAN whose books include breathing meditations, value rich stories and reflection pages meant to help parents and children to spend 20 minutes before bedtime reading. With titles such as The E…
 
Fine Music Radio — Rodney Trudgeon will have two guests in the People of Note studio this week when he chats to the British piano musical comedy duo Steven Worbey and Kevin Farrell known as Worbey and Farrell. Both are internationally acclaimed concert pianists but with a wicked sense of humour and their show will astound you as they push the bound…
 
Fine Music Radio — Rodney Trudgeon’s guest on People of Note this week is the distinguished South African violinist Pieter Schoeman who is currently the concert master of the London Philharmonic. He has performed as a soloist and recitalist in Amsterdam, Moscow, Berlin, Los Angeles and St Petersburg and his many recordings with the LPO include lead…
 
Fine Music Radio — Rodney Trudgeon inviting you to this week’s edition of people of note where I spoke to Robin Emsley, a man who is an internationally famous and respected psychiatrist and who is also Professor of Psychiatry at Stellenbosch University. But we spoke about a book he has written which, when I first saw it, I though was yet another re…
 
Fine Music Radio — Rodney Trudgeon will have two guests in the People of Note studio this week. Jonny Woo and Le Gateau Chocolat are internationally famous drag artists who, apart from their hectic schedules in London and elsewhere in Clubs and cabaret shows, have put together a collection of favourite songs from the shows called “Night At The Musi…
 
Fine Music Radio — This week’s edition of People of Note was recorded in the main control room of the Berlin Philharmonic Digital Concert Hall at the Philharmonie in Berlin. This year is the 10th Anniversary of the Digital Concert Hall and their subscriptions come in from all over the world enabling people to enjoy live concerts, recorded concerts,…
 
Fine Music Radio — Rodney Trudgeon’s guest on People of Note this week is the Mozambican born, Cape Town based artist LIZETTE CHIRRIME whose works are held in a number of collections throughout South Africa, Spain, Portugal and Italy. Her pieces mostly take the form of detailed fabric collages which reflect her sometimes tumultuous life’s journey. …
 
Fine Music Radio — A recent visitor to Cape Town was the English conductor Alexander Shelley who was in town to conduct a concert with the visiting German National Youth Orchestra. Alexander is the son of eminent pianist Howard Shelley and is currently music director of the National Arts Centre Orchestra in Ottawa as well as Principal Associate Con…
 
Mark and John interview Valerie Thompson, who is the Fastest Woman on 2 Wheels (328 MPH), on her friendship with Jessi Combs who was tragically killed trying to achieve a world record on four wheels today. Valerie Thompson, is the “World’s Fastest Female Motorcycle Racer” and an eight-time land speed record holder with membership in the Sturgis Mot…
 
Fine Music Radio — In August 1991, excited holiday-makers boarded the Oceanos at East London for what was meant to be a trip of a lifetime. Despite treacherous weather, rogue waves and hurricane force winds, the captain decided to set sail and this led to one of the biggest air rescue operations ever as the ship started to sink with 220 passengers …
 
Fine Music Radio — The Children of Willesden Lane is a multi-layered programme that was presented this past week in collaboration with the Cape Town and Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centres. The programme was devised by the concert pianist MONA GOLABEK, whose book called The Children of Willesden is the moving story of her mother, Lisa Jura.…
 
Fine Music Radio — Rodney Trudgeon’s guest in the People of Note studio this week is the distinguished South African violinist GINA BEUKES. Gina has been in town for concerts and many people will remember her as concert master of the Cape Town Symphony Orchestra before she went to play in the London Symphony Orchestra and the London Philharmonic wh…
 
Ep 11, S3, Interview with 5 Time NHRA Champion, Andrew Hines Ever traveled 200 MPH on a motorcycle? On this edition of Behind the Bars, John and Mark talk with 5 time NHRA Champion Andrew Hines about what it feels like drag race a motorcycle for Vance and Hines/Harley-Davidson Race Team. Andrew is a classy guy with three (3) little ones at home wat…
 
Fine Music Radio — Quality wines come under the spotlight in this week’s edition of People of Note when Rodney Trudgeon talks to PETER FINLAYSON of Bouchard Finlayson. Peter is renowned for pioneering South African Pinot, as well as putting the Walker Bay Wine Region on the map. He was the first winemaker in the Hemel-en-Aarde valley and his dedica…
 
CFTC staff from the Office of Chief Economist discuss the effect that capital rules have had on the competitive landscape of derivatives clearing. Staff studied the multiple effects of capital rules across different asset classes and different clearing member groups. The evidence suggests that the leverage ratio requirement has pushed derivative cl…
 
Fine Music Radio — A gripping and absorbing play by Tennessee Williams called “In The Bar of a Tokyo Hotel” is being presented in a restaurant and bar at the Vineyard Hotel. It is another in the hugely successful series of Hotel Plays directed by Fred Abrahamse and designed by Marcel Meyer with an exciting cast of 5. One of the actors is MATTHEW BA…
 
Ep 10, S3, Jake Bright, Contributor to TechCrunch on the 2020 LiveWire and Zero SRF In this edition of Behind the Bars, John and Mark talk with Jake Bright for the second time. Jake is a contributing writer for Tech Crunch. All together they dig further into some of the details of the new LiveWire including the haptic experience and future versions…
 
Fine Music Radio — The “Voices Of South Africa National Opera Singing Competition” returns to the Hugo Lamprecht Concert Hall in Parow at 3pm on Sunday 28 July. This is the sixth project in the series enabling the training and nurturing of young South African musicians, especially singers. The concert is preceeded by a series of masterclasses in th…
 
Fine Music Radio — The Waterfront Theatre School is presenting the rock musical SPRING AWAKENING at the Artscape Arena Theatre until the 20th July. The show is described as “a celebration of rebelliuon – an electrifying fusion of morality, sexuality and rock and roll”. DELIA SAINSBURY is the power behind the hugely successful Waterfront Theatre Sch…
 
This episode discusses “opportunistic strategies,” or more commonly known as “manufactured credit events in the credit derivatives markets”. CFTC Chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo, CFTC Division Directors and senior analysts discuss the impact of these events in the credit derivatives markets.By Commodity Futures Trading Commission
 
Ep 9, S3, Is Harley-Davidson really an American made motorcycle? International Business Professor, Frank Dubois, PHD gives insight on this complex issue. What is American Made mean? Does it need to be manufactured in the USA? Can it have products made outside the United States? What about if the products were made in the US and shipped overseas to …
 
Fine Music Radio — The latest production at the Theatre on the Bay is a play by Enrico Luttmann called “Family Secrets”. It’s a two hander which stars Dorothy Anne Gould and Sven Ruygrok. In this week’s edition of People of Note, Rodney Trudgeon will be talking to Sven Ruygrok about the play as well as about his career both in films – he starred as…
 
Ep 8, S3, Lorne Banks, Adventure Touring Trainer for Special Forces, Government Agencies. Lorne owns Adventure Riders International, a company that trains people in Adventure Touring. Lorne explains some of the challenges in teaching people to move their bike in challenging environments. Some of the uses for Adventure Touring Bikes in Special Force…
 
Fine Music Radio — A new and fascinating CD has just been released called “Echoes of Sophiatown”. It is a re-creation of a number of the songs which became famous in the jazz clubs of Sophiatown before the apartheid machine declared it a white area. The CD is dedicated to preserving, celebrating and reviving the original music and dance of South Af…
 
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