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Gemma and Andy are two feckless coppers patrolling the mean streets of Slatby, a faded North Yorkshire seaside town with an unsolved murder problem. With conventional leads exhausted, local hairstylists, gossipmongers and armchair crime-solvers Yacky and Reuben are enlisted, and their salon unwittingly and illegally becomes the beating heart of all ongoing detective operations. Welcome to the murky hinterlands of soft perms and slaughter. Curl Up & D.I. is a Folding Pocket production, writte ...
 
Talking Machines is your window into the world of machine learning. Your hosts, Katherine Gorman and Neil Lawrence, bring you clear conversations with experts in the field, insightful discussions of industry news, and useful answers to your questions. Machine learning is changing the questions we can ask of the world around us, here we explore how to ask the best questions and what to do with the answers.
 
Award-winning comedy panel show hosted by Danielle Ward, with team captains Margaret Cabourn-Smith and Michael Legge and amazing special guests. In it, two teams work out the right thing to do in strange scenarios and scary situations which range from the everyday to the weird and extreme. Don't feel you have to start at the beginning - we'd suggest you start with the most recent series then work backwards! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The three pillars of the podcast are: (1) Professional Development, (2) Student Engagement, (3) and Real World Application. Hosts will take the audience through a variety of topics and relevant issues through casual conversation and subject matter expert interviews. Each episode will feature a general question that aligns with one of the pillars.
 
Ten2Two works with business large and small across all sectors and industries and has fascinating conversations every day about how businesses are adapting and leading in these changing and uncertain times. Our new series, Talking SME, lets you join us for these conversations to get insights, learnings and advice from a broad range of business leaders. Our guests talk about a subject close to their hearts and share their personal insights for your benefit. Give yourself a short break to hear ...
 
Join us each week as Laurien talks with various guests about theology, the Bible, and how we can best live during the between time. Between The Creations covers a variety of topics pertaining to theology, Christianity, and the Bible. We are living, quite literally, between the creations. Genesis 1-2 gives us the account of the first creation, while Revelation 21 tells us of a renewed, restored creation. In the midst of this, we often get stuck in the grey spaces between an idealized, sterile ...
 
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Jennifer Ashley Tepper is producer of the musicals Be More Chill, Broadway Bounty Hunter, and Love In Hate Nation. She is also the Creative and Programming Director at Feinstein's/54 Below, and the author of The Untold Stories of Broadway book series. She is the creator of The Jonathan Larson Project and historian consultant on the upcoming film ve…
 
A new Chief Constable arrives in Slatby Bay, while the town’s two most-senior sloppy-chopped murder cops find help from an unexpected source as they track down the owner of a freshly severed thumb. For bonus content, memes, and behind-the-scenes extras follow the show on social: instagram.com/CurlUpDI twitter.com/CurlUpDI Learn more about your ad c…
 
Jocelyn is a musical theatre performer based in Toronto, Ontario. Since graduating from St. Clair College's Musical Theatre Performance Program, she had incredible opportunities to perform, direct, and teach. When Jocelyn isn't performing, you can find her running her musical theatre blog Both Sides of the Curtain and co-hosting fan favourite theat…
 
In the international carbon offset market, the average price of removing one tonne of CO2 from the atmosphere is still below $15 USD, nowhere near enough to cover the costs of carbon capture and storage (CCS). As Dr. Sheila Olmstead (University of Texas, Austin) explained in a recent Climate Now podcast episode, this is why CCS is one of the few cl…
 
Dennis Garnhum was hired as the Artistic Director of the Grand Theatre in 2016; a move that was a coming home for Dennis. Growing up in London, his theatre career began at the Grand with a role in Antler River at age 13. Since his return to London, Dennis has created several new programs: COMPASS New Play Development Program, 100 Schools educationa…
 
Each year, we produce about 30 billion tonnes of concrete globally. That’s nearly 10,000 pounds, or more than 2 entire cars-worth of concrete, per person, per year. We produce enough steel to build more than 2700 Empire State Buildings annually. We produce more than 100 pounds of plastic per person, each year. And with all of this material producti…
 
Are we underestimating the potential of increased efficiency? It wouldn’t be the first time. In 2021, the International Energy Agency and the U.S. Energy Information Administration forecasted a 50% increase in global energy demand by 2050. Such forecasts have echoes of the 1970’s, when – in the middle of a global energy crisis – forecasters were an…
 
Michael Gordon Shapiro Los Angeles-based Michael Gordon Shapiro composes for film, games, television, theater, and the concert hall. Classically trained, he delivers a romantic sound that blends the acoustic orchestra, evocative soloists, and organic-sounding electronics. Michael’s background spans both film/television scoring and the more technica…
 
“Inertia is a hell of a thing. Inertia is there, and there is very little motivation for an incumbent to change course. So you have to have that disruption from the outside. The same thing with financial services.” - Marilyn Waite, Climate Finance Fund In the 2019/2020 fiscal year, the global climate finance sector reached a record 632 billion US d…
 
Lawrence Livermore National Lab, Princeton University, and the IPCC have all published proposed climate mitigation pathways: strategies for economically reaching net-zero emissions by mid-century for California, the U.S., and the world, respectively. And they are not alone. Any given pathway to net-zero emissions offers some combination of efficien…
 
For years we’ve been hearing that the clean energy transition is going to be expensive. But the recent working paper, Empirically grounded technology forecasts and the energy transition, suggests that the high estimates of the expense to transition to renewable energy have been inflated, and that it may in fact be cheaper to transition to renewable…
 
Among the top importers of Russian oil are the EU, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, and France. The EU accounted for 71% of oil imports from Russia 2 months after the war in Ukraine began. But cutting off oil and gas imports from Russia completely can pose great challenges. The EU is attempting to wean off of Russian oil dependence in response to t…
 
Souky Arsalane, CEO and Co-founder of newly established ZING, discusses the problems underrepresented founders face, what she has learnt as an entrepreneur and her role supporting other female founders. Souky is the CEO and co-founder of ZING, the platform for digital experiences designed for businesses who want to enrich the lives of their staff. …
 
If the international shipping sector were a country, it would be the sixth largest CO2 emitting nation in the world. Every year, 11 billion tons of goods - about 80% of all the goods we use or consume - reach us by ship, emitting nearly a billion tons of CO2 into the atmosphere in the process. And, about 40% of those goods - nearly 4.5 billion tons…
 
Soil - that mixture of degraded bedrock, decomposing organic matter, and microorganisms, that nourishes the root systems of plants and trees - already has a soil carbon bank 4x that of vegetation. And, by changing how we manage our soils, it is possible to increase their capacity for trapping CO2 in the form of organic carbonand enhance the agricul…
 
Today, 26% of the global population - about 2 billion people - live without reliable access to safe drinking water. And, as climate change worsens, the availability of fresh water will only decrease. By 2050, as many as 3.2 billion people could live in severely water-scarce regions of the world. More than half the global population will experience …
 
Joan is a playwright, musical theatre bookwriter and lyricist, opera librettist, and screenwriter. She is currently writing the book and lyrics for a new blues-infused musical, Black Swan Blues with composer Randy Klein, excerpts of which have been presented by Music Theatre of Connecticut. Other musicals include Imagining Monet (previously titled …
 
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission wants to standardize climate disclosures for publicly traded companies. What does that mean? On March 21, 2022 the SEC released a proposal for a new rule: publicly traded companies will have to provide disclosures about how the changing climate will affect their business, and how their business is affecti…
 
Jim starred as Henri Matisse in Jesse Kornbluth’s new play THE COLOR OF LIGHT at the Schoolhouse Theater in North Salem, NY. Tim last appeared on Broadway in the role of Monsieur Firmin in Broadway's PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, the role he was selected to play in 2004 when PHANTOM became Broadway’s Longest-Running Show. He returned to the role in 2012 fo…
 
In the race for decarbonization, the shipping industry faces major challenges. Fuel is cheap, almost half the price of gasoline. And, most ships last between 20-25 years, meaning that the turnover to cleaner shipping could take far longer than road transportation, where the average car is only 12 years old. But there is some wind in the sails of ma…
 
Savage the Musical Nicolette Blount - Creator, Composer, Book Writer, Lyricist Nicolette Blount is a producer, singer, actress, songwriter, and writer. Nicolette started Take My Shot Productions and recently coproduced the Off-Broadway hit “Regina Comet” and is an investor in the new Broadway Museum opening summer 2022 on Broadway. Savage, is based…
 
David Serero is a critically acclaimed and awards-winner opera singer, actor, director, and producer. He has performed more than 2,500 performances in more than 45 countries, directed and produced nearly 100 theatrical productions, starred in over 100 films and TV series, recorded and produced over 100 albums and, played more than 50 lead and title…
 
Katherine Rayden, Owner and Founder of Rayden Solicitors, discusses what makes a good business leader, growth during Covid and creating a positive working environment. Katherine has over 25 years’ experience as a specialist family law solicitor. She has a wealth of knowledge in disputes that can follow the breakdown of any relationship whether this…
 
One of the most efficient ways to get to a net-zero economy is to generate electricity from renewable sources, and then make as many things run on electricity as possible. But, as more end-use services (transportation, heating, industry) are electrified, and the source of electricity transitions from fossil fuels to renewables like solar and wind, …
 
Robert J. Sherman (“Robbie”) is a London-based songwriter, book writer and producer and is the latest in a long line of Sherman family music-makers. Born in Los Angeles in 1968 to Joyce and Robert B. Sherman (of the acclaimed Sherman Brothers), Robbie is one of the youngest songwriters ever invited to join BMI and is an alumnus of the BMI Lehman En…
 
Adrian Rees studied theatre design at the Wimbledon School of Art and has since designed more than 160 productions. He has worked extensively in repertory theatres around the British Isles, including Plymouth Theatre Royal, the Churchill Theatre, Bromley, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leicester Haymarket, the Coventry Belgrade Theatre, York Theatre Roy…
 
In 2021 alone, more than $32 billion dollars were invested in green-technology startups, a four-fold increase from five years earlier. But how far will those dollars go? Only about 25% of venture-backed startups actually make the transition from an innovative idea to a successful business. And when we are considering green technology, choosing whic…
 
Luisa is an actor/writer/musician who grew up in Sydney, trained in London, and now lives, loves, and play in the New York City area. She holds a certificate in Meditation Facilitation from Nature Care College, a BA in English and History from the University of New South Wales, and an MA in Music Theatre from the Royal Central School of Speech Dram…
 
David Armstrong is an American stage director, writer, producer, lecturer, educator and choreographer. He is best known for his work at The 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle where from 2000 to 2018 he served as the Producing Artistic Director and later as the Executive Producer and Artistic Director, and where he is currently the Artistic Director Emer…
 
Louise Hosking of Hosking Associates, IOSH President and One WISH co-founder, discusses how she puts the pulse into health and safety, what flexible working means to her and the impact of feminine skills in leadership positions. Louise is a first career Health & Safety Professional with over 30 years experience. Her consultancy, Hosking Associates,…
 
What will it take to get 100% of new car sales to be electric by 2030? Is it consumer demand? Is it political pressure? How about we just increase both? The Zero Emission Transportation Association (ZETA) is the first industry-backed coalition advocating for 100% EV sales by 2030, and they have devised a federal roadmap for reaching that goal. Joe …
 
Preston Max Allen is a playwright, composer, and lyricist whose work has been featured at the New Amsterdam Theatre, Lincoln Center, Signature Theatre, Musical Theatre Factory, Feinstein's/54 Below, Joe's Pub, Theatre 80, New York Musical Festival, Laurie Beechman Theatre, York Theatre ("Tune In Time" winner), Gallery Players, Lululemon (it’s a lon…
 
Decarbonizing our global economy is critical to staying below the 1.5C threshold of warming, but so is reducing the amount of carbon dioxide already in the atmosphere. By 2050, we will need to remove about ten billion tonnes of CO2 every year. Currently, we are capturing and sequestering about 40 million tonnes a year - about 0.4% of what’s needed …
 
Darryl, a native of Jacksonville, FL, holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Florida. Mr. Hall is a member of the following professional acting unions: Actor’s Equity Association, Screen Actor’s Guild, American Guild of Variety Artists, and American Guild of Musical Artists as well as the founder and Executive Artistic Dir…
 
There is a lot of focus within climate tech on how to decarbonize cars—whether that be via electric batteries, hydrogen fuel cells, or other emerging technologies—but what about eliminating the need for cars altogether? How can we better design our cities and suburbs so that they are centered around humans, not cars? Cars do not need to be the prim…
 
Rob Rokicki is composer/lyricist whose shows have been nominated for Drama Desk, Lortel, and Off-Broadway Alliance awards. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild, Actor's Equity, and an alum of the Tony Award-winning BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Writing workshop. As a writer, Rob wrote the music and lyrics for the critically acclaimed Broadway …
 
Climate policy at the federal level is integral to mitigating the climate crisis. Unfortunately, the United States has had a hard time so far passing ambitious climate legislation. Why is that? From the outside, the situation often seems hopeless. But what does it look like from inside Washington? To find out, Climate Now spoke with Alex McDonough.…
 
Heavy-duty, long-haul trucks - known as Class 8 trucks - account for more than 1 billion tons of carbon dioxide emissions worldwide each year. Electrification, while a practical option for most of the trucking industry (see last week's episode), is not yet as feasible for long-haul Class 8 trucks. | What options might exist to decarbonize heavy-dut…
 
In 2019, medium- and heavy-duty trucks accounted for about a quarter of U.S. transportation emissions while representing less than 4% of vehicles on the road, according to the U.S. EPA. It is clear the trucking industry must decarbonize in order for the transportation sector, and the economy as a whole, to reach net-zero emissions, but which emergi…
 
Ryan is a performer and the founder and Executive Director of The Latiné Musical Theatre Lab which seeks to change the face of the great American tradition of musical theatre by developing and producing works of Latiné written musical theatre, and championing the writers in the community. Latiné Musical Theatre Lab…
 
Ride-sharing services currently result in 69% more emissions, on average, than the trips they displace, according to a recent study by the Union of Concerned Scientists. But, if the ride-sharing vehicles were electric, it's a whole different story. Replacing one gasoline-powered ride-sharing car with an electric vehicle (EV) has three times the cli…
 
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