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The Cycling Podcast - daily insight and analysis of the Giro d'Italia, Vuelta a España and Classics. Join journalists Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe – and a few special guests along the way – as they podcast about the latest cycling news and the world of professional cycling. Expect a mix of insight and analysis as our three experienced journalists cover not just the big talking points but take you behind the scenes of professional cycling. Richard Moore is the author of Slay ...
 
All modelers have a life but what do we know of it. This podcast is as much about the people in model railroading has it is about the hobby itself. I've met so many interesting people in the hobby over the years I decided it would be fun to share their back stories with everyone else. So come along with me, Lionel Strang as we discover just how many fascinating folks there are in this great hobby of ours.
 
Lionel Barber, the former Editor of the Financial Times, is hosting a brand-new podcast series - What Next? with Lionel Barber. In his first broadcast venture since the FT, What Next? with Lionel Barber focuses on life after COVID-19 and sees the multi-award-winning journalist and author discover how the world is adapting to the pandemic, what needs to change and, most importantly, what lessons we have learnt that will shape our lives for the future. Each week, Lionel will be speaking to som ...
 
Football Ramble Presents delivers unrivalled insight and captivating stories that stretch far beyond the ninety minutes on the pitch. It is a considered, thoughtful look at all aspects of the beautiful game, bringing together some established Ramble favourites and new programmes that both inform and entertain. Unearthing football’s greatest tales, past and present.
 
Créée par l’historien Lionel Groulx en 1956, la Fondation Lionel-Groulx est héritière de sa maison, de sa bibliothèque, de ses archives et de son œuvre intellectuelle et littéraire. La Fondation se reconnaît un devoir de mémoire envers son fondateur. La mission de la Fondation Lionel-Groulx est d’œuvrer à la promotion de l’histoire, de la langue et de la culture de la nation québécoise.
 
Founded in 1989 by Canadian diplomat Lionel Gelber and presented annually in partnership with Foreign Policy magazine and the Munk School of Global Affairs, the Lionel Gelber Prize is a literary award that seeks to deepen public debate on significant international issues. Enjoy fascinating conversations with the Prize Finalists and Robert Steiner, Director of the Fellowship in Global Journalism and Professor of Global Practice at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto. Spec ...
 
Welcome to Iso-chats: Theology. I’m Lionel Windsor, New Testament Lecturer at Moore Theological College, Sydney. During the Covid-19 Isolation, I chatted with lots of my friends and colleagues here at Moore about theology, Christian life and ministry. It’s the kind of discussion we’d normally have over morning tea, but the topics are highly relevant to life in a changing world, so I wanted to let you listen in. Enjoy!
 
Welcome to the Pindrop podcast, the place to discover original stories. Spend time with master storytellers including Stephen Fry, William Boyd, Lionel Shriver, Gwendoline Christie, Will Self, Russell Tovey and many more. Discover new stories alongside interviews with Pin Drop founders Simon Oldfield and Elizabeth Day. /// “A dazzling anthology. I really believe in Pin Drop.” – Stephen Fry /// “Pin Drop is a wonderful and rare conception. The perfect antidote to the sound-bite culture.” – Wi ...
 
Transfer Talk is a podcast from Sky Sports News which features debate and analysis from some of the most well connected reporters in the football world throughout the transfer window. We will be digging into all the biggest storylines, both in the Premier League and around Europe, as we keep you up to date on all the latest developments.
 
Famous Lost Words” unearths the greatest interviews of all time. Hosted by songwriter and legendary MuchMusic Veejay Christopher Ward and longtime CHUM FM radio producer (and archivist) Tom Jokic, “Famous Lost Words” is a weekly podcast on the iHeartRadio Canada app. It’s a deep dive into the extensive iHeartRadio archives – featuring classic interviews that haven’t been heard since they first aired.
 
If Lao Tzu then had revolted against the growing artificiality of life in his day, a return to nature must have seemed doubly imperative to his disciple Chuang Tzu, who flourished more than a couple of centuries later, when the bugbear of civilisation had steadily advanced. With chagrin he saw that Lao Tzu's teaching had never obtained any firm hold on the masses, still less on the rulers of China, whereas the star of Confucius was unmistakably in the ascendant. Within his own recollection t ...
 
Robert Bridges, who was appointed Poet Laureate in 1913, published three versions of his sonnet sequence, The Growth of Love:1876 - 24 sonnets1889 - 79 sonnets1898 - 69 sonnetsThe second edition, which is the subject of this recording, was re-published in 1894, with an extensive introduction from another celebrated poet, Lionel Johnson.The title of the work is a little misleading, as it suggests a process of development, a deepening understanding, by which one arrives at a more comprehensive ...
 
Welcome to MAKEUP & MIMOSAS ! A podcast for the everyday people, talking about the everyday life. This podcast is here for the people that can relate. MAKEUP & MIMOSAS will also include interviews with upcoming artists from the DMV area. (If you’re interested in being a special guest please email me.) Tune in & listen to me vent about work, family, friends, experiences, and of course MAKEUP & MIMOSAS, duh!! Subscribe to this podcast because my vibe is like no other. I’m your host African Asz ...
 
Rock legend Keith Urban, the iconic KD Lang, and the unforgettable Lionel Richie are just some of the names Deborah interviewed in the Melbourne Age column called, 'What I've Learnt.'Everyone has a story to tell, and a lesson to learn. What I’ve Learnt is a brand new podcast from journalist Deborah Blashki- Marks. "What I've Learnt' is a unique platform for International and national talent to delve deep into their own challenges, successes, failures, and life lessons. As a journalist of ove ...
 
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This episode is spoken by Greg Plitt, Inky Johnson, Eric Thomas, Nick Vujicic. You can see more of Greg Plitt at tr.im/GregPlitt, Inky Johnson at tr.im/InkyJohnson, Eric Thomas at tr.im/EricThomas, Nick Vujicic at tr.im/NickVujicic. The music is A Gallant Gentleman by We Lost The Sea. You can see more of We Lost The Sea at tr.im/WeLostTheSea.…
 
In episode 1, Lionel speaks to one of the lead co-ordinators for the Covid-19 vaccine, Dr Richard Hatchett, as he discusses plans for a rollout of the vaccine within the first half of next year and reassurances surrounding it's safety. Dr Richard Hatchett has been part of the Homeland Security team under President Obama and President Bush and explo…
 
This week we look at the key issue of how things are reported, what are circuit breakers, changing dictionaries, how churches can grow, is Jacinda Ardern the perfect PM? Ethiopia. Korea. Bishop Love and Bishop Curry. The tragic story of Zoe Powell. Tom Holland. Lionel Schriver. Cliff Richard and Eric Bibb...enjoy...…
 
Hi James O'Brien fansLBC have a new podcast we think you’ll enjoy - Hosted by Lionel Barber, the former Editor of the Financial Times, What Next? focuses on life after COVID-19 and sees the multi-award-winning journalist and author discover how the world is adapting to the pandemic, what needs to change and, most importantly, what lessons we have l…
 
Hi For The Many fansLBC have a new podcast we think you’ll enjoy - Hosted by Lionel Barber, the former Editor of the Financial Times, What Next? focuses on life after COVID-19 and sees the multi-award-winning journalist and author discover how the world is adapting to the pandemic, what needs to change and, most importantly, what lessons we have le…
 
Hi Full Disclosure fansLBC have a new podcast we think you’ll enjoy - Hosted by Lionel Barber, the former Editor of the Financial Times, What Next? focuses on life after COVID-19 and sees the multi-award-winning journalist and author discover how the world is adapting to the pandemic, what needs to change and, most importantly, what lessons we have…
 
O Rui Silva recorda a noite de 5 de maio de 2012 no Camp Nou. O dérbi com o Espanyol, a contar para a penúltima jornada, ia marcar a despedida de Guardiola como treinador do Barcelona no Camp Nou mas o astro argentino, como só ele sabe fazer, roubou o protagonismo, marcou quatro golos e atingiu os 50 no campeonato. A história de uma vedeta que vê e…
 
Today I’m joined by Lionel Conacher — Managing Partner at Next Ventures. Next Ventures is a venture capital firm investing in companies focused on human optimization across sports, fitness, and wellness. In this episode, we talk about how Lionel teamed up with Lance Armstrong to start the firm. Emerging opportunities in hydration, AI, and skin sens…
 
Spending time with Alyce Platt her infectious laugh and warm smile makes her feel more like a friend than a guest. She has graced our television screens for decades with years on Sale of the Century, Sons and Daughters, then a regular on Neighbours as Olivia Bell- a role she is reprising this month as she goes back on a carefully Covid protected Ne…
 
The Giro d’Italia concluded with the final time trial into Milan and an already simmering Vuelta a España bubbled into life in the freezing rain. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Lizzy Banks recap all the racing, starting with analysis of the time trial which gave Tao Geoghegan Hart overall victory in the Giro ahead of Jai Hindley. We also hear fro…
 
Iain Dale and Jacqui Smith bask in the glory of their victory on ‘Pointless Celebrities’ and Jacqui updates us all on her debut on Strictly Come Dancing. That takes up the first twenty minutes of the podcast before they move on to discussing lockdown in Wales, Free School meals, Angela Rayner’s ‘scum’ comments, test & trace, Emmanuel Macron’s respo…
 
Brimming with raw talent, beauty and a fierce intellect, the winner of the 2019 National Live Music Awards Living Legend, and edging close to 40 years in the music industry, singer songwriter Deborah Conway has created the soundtrack to many of our lives. From Her massive success with the band Do Re Mi, supporting legends culture club, Simple Minds…
 
Richard and Lionel are joined by professional rider Lizzy Banks as they discuss stage 19 at the Giro d'Italia and stage 4 at the Vuelta a España, though the main talking points were in Italy, where the riders staged a protest over the length of the stage and ended up covering much of the distance in their team buses. We hear from our audio diarists…
 
The UK was the first major economy to set a net-zero carbon emission target. But our work is cut out for us: 23 million homes fuelled by natural gas will need upgrading, while nearly 98% of vehicles on UK roads are still powered by petrol or diesel. Reaching net-zero will require big changes, but will also need to sustain our standards of living an…
 
Babylon Bee, Wikipedia, Covid, The Boss; Transhomomisogny; Pope and Chalke; China and Swedish pastors; Nathan Apocada and Dreams; Euthanasia in Queensland and the Netherlands; Decapitation of French teacher; Pam Ayers; Mary Whitehouse; Exams in California; Life Life is a sexually transmitted disease; Eric Bibb…
 
O quinto episódio da rubrica Regresso ao FutEuro leva-nos até à Jugoslávia, país que organizou a fase final do Euro 1976. Foram quatro jogos emocionantes, todos com muitos golos, todos com prolongamentos, várias reviravoltas e, na final, uma novidade: uma série de penaltis para decidir o novo campeão europeu. E foi aí que apareceu Panenka a fazer h…
 
In this episode Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are again joined by François Thomazeau to review stage 18 of the Giro d'Italia, which tackled the legendary Stelvio before the finish at Laghi di Cancano. We discuss the World Jacket Putting-On Championships and Team Sunweb's tactics and ask why the mood in the camp might not be ecstatic tonight consi…
 
China has come out on top from this pandemic year - what does this mean for the world? (00:50) Was Test and Trace doomed from the start? (12:35) And what's with all these Covid excuses? (22:35) With historian Rana Mitter; security expert Nigel Inkster; analyst Richard Dobbs; virologist Elisabetta Groppelli; editor of the Oldie Harry Mount; and Real…
 
Mike Calvin, Anne Marie Batson and Jordan Jarrett Bryan analyse managerial matters at Manchester United and Chelsea. They assess Liverpool's defensive options, consider Manchester City's title credentials, and disagree on the merits of Mesut Ozil. They also praise Marcus Rashford, and make a powerful plea for change. See acast.com/privacy for priva…
 
With last season's Champions League final still fresh in the memory, PSG were back to their underwhelming group stage selves this week. Dotun Adebayo, Andy Brassell and Nicky Bandini are here to unpick that result on today’s episode of On The Continent - your weekly guide to the biggest stories in European football! Elsewhere, after Shakhtar Donets…
 
Last night, MPs controversially voted down Marcus Rashford’s bid to extend free school meals over half term. The bid, tabled by Labour to give each disadvantaged child a £15 a week food voucher, was defeated by 322 votes to 261 - with a majority of 61. We're going to talk about hungry children today, and *try* to fathom why ANYONE would vote agains…
 
In this episode of Kilometre 0 we hear more from our diarists in the Giro d'Italia peloton. They are Nathan Haas (Cofidis), Joe Dombrowski (UAE Team Emirates), Rick Zabel (Israel Start-Up Nation), James Knox (Deceuninck-Quick-Step), Cesare Benedetti (Bora-hansgrohe), Jacopo Guarnieri (Groupama-FDJ). Kilometre 0 by The Cycling Podcast is supported b…
 
The Athletic's Michael Cox and Tom Worville join Ali Maxwell to get a few things off their chests about the use of statistics in the general conversation around football. Do assists really tell us anything about creativity? Why do we harp on about manager win percentages? Does it really matter that Team A haven't won at Team B's ground for 27 years…
 
For the second day in a row there are three races in three countries to discuss. Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are joined by the star of our Tour de France coverage, François Thomazeau. In the first part we review stage 17 of the Giro d’Italia, where Aussie Ben O’Connor went one better than yesterday and took a vital victory for NTT Pro Cycling. …
 
Meet The Commissaire. In this episode of Life in the Peloton, Mitch Docker talks to one of the team of UCI officials who enforce the rules, dish out the penalties, and keep the peloton on the straight and narrow. Greg Griffiths is from Mitch's neck of the woods, in Melbourne, Australia, and every year he travels round the world working as a commiss…
 
In this week's books podcast, Sam is joined by the irrepressible Gyles Brandreth - whose latest book is the fruit of a lifelong love of the theatre. The Oxford Book of Theatrical Anecdotes is a doorstopping compendium of missed cues, bitchy put-downs and drunken mishaps involving everyone from Donald Wolfit to Donald Sinden. Gyles explains how he a…
 
Jordan Carruth and Darren Smith discuss the latest regarding San Diego and Phoenix plus a little on the USL Championship playoffs. The guys also discuss the new Golazo! channel for Champions League and a few thoughts on El Clasico and the Premier League. We hope you enjoy. We love you forever and ever. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
 
This episode is discussing a lot of interesting things that you may be interested in. Check it out now Stock companies mentioned in today’s recording: elf, avis budget, under armour, amc, Toyota, JetBlue, Tessco, and Chipotle. Download “Think or Swim” to learn about investment opportunities. Black girl Magic Blast: KC happy birthday 🎉 dirty 30…
 
A diminutive figure arrives clicking her heels on my parquetry floor, furtive and fresh from shooting on the set of her award winning television series Wentworth, Sigrid Thornton is striking - Sky high cheekbones big emerald eyes and a perfect pout. When she speaks she is clear crisp sartorial with a theatrical lilt. Sharp and witty as she reflects…
 
Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are joined by guest host and former Team Sky and Katusha-Alpecin professional Ian Boswell to discuss today's racing in three countries. It was a day to celebrate for Slovenia and one to commiserate for Jolien D’Hoore. We start in northern Spain, the Basque Country to be precise, where the Vuelta a España got underway…
 
Dolly Alderton is an author, journalist and podcaster who hosts 'The High Low' podcast. On the episode, she talks to Lara and Livvy about campaigning for gender equality (and cooked breakfasts) at her boarding school; how taste in food can make or break the attractiveness of a man; and the importance of planning a desert island dish. Table Talk is …
 
For The Spectator’s 2020 Economic Innovator of the Year Awards, sponsored by Julius Baer, we have introduced a new award for Social Impact to reflect the fact that today’s entrepreneurs, especially younger ones, tend to believe that business should aspire beyond profit (even though they recognise that profit is essential for any business to survive…
 
"As long as I've been a good bike racer, I've had this problem." George Bennett has suffered from a long term health issue since the beginning of his career as a professional cyclist. Last winter he underwent surgery in attempt to correct it. He had a fantastic start to the season restart, winning Gran Piemonte and coming second to Jakob Fuglsang a…
 
Alexi and Mosse round up the latest European action, including Christian Pulisic in the EPL (09:12) and Sergino Dest at Barcelona (28:45). Then, the guys address a brewing controversy in Major League Soccer (36:38). Also, the world’s best derbies, the Champions League group stage and the men’s World Cup are looked at in #AskAlexi (1:10:13). Finally…
 
This week, we’re excited to bring you the first episode of Startup Spotlight – a recurring series where we speak with early-stage founders working on fitness and wellness startups. We usually focus on established companies, operators, and inventors — and we’ll continue bringing you those conversations most weeks. But, from time to time, we’re highl…
 
There was a point in the Watergate scandal when revelations came so thick and fast that journalists struggled to keep up with them. And we seem to have reached an equivalent point in respect to the scandals engulfing Pope Francis's Vatican. To quote the title of Lionel Shriver's celebrated novel, we really need to talk about Kevin. Listen to this e…
 
Mike Calvin, Jonathan Northcroft and Dominic Fifield believe the Champions League is more open than ever, in a compressed season shaped by injury to key players. Manchester City have the easiest group, Liverpool will struggle due to the loss of Virgil Van Dijk, Manchester United are vulnerable at PSG, and Chelsea cannot afford more poor defending a…
 
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Andy Hunter, Natasha Henry and Ewan Murray to run through a weekend of late goals, VAR’s latest impact on the beautiful game, Sergio Agüero’s handsiness, and the first Old Firm derby of the season. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod…
 
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