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The Cycling Podcast

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The Cycling Podcast

Lionel Birnie, Daniel Friebe, Richard Moore

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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. To support The Cycling Podcast, sub ...
 
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Endurance

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Endurance

Mark Beaumont

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Welcome to the first series of the Endurance podcast with myself Mark Beaumont. I’m joined on many of the episodes by my friend and performance manager Laura Penhaul. We started recording these conversations as a research project for my new book, also called ‘Endurance’ & published by Global Cycling Network – so you can find many of these conversations written up in the ‘Wise Words’ sections of the book. The Endurance podcast is focussed on meeting the sports scientists, the support staff, t ...
 
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Impact

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Impact

Mark Beaumont

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Welcome the Impact podcast. Through my career as an athlete, broadcaster, business advisor and investor I get to meet a huge amount of people, from all walks of life. There are so many private conversations that I think are worth making public, putting a spotlight on people and organisations that have a pioneering spirit, and are motivated to make positive change. Having a catalogue of these conversations also appeals to the documentarian in me, so we can look back in years to come and see w ...
 
The VFX Artists Podcast, hosted by Kofi Opoku-Ansah and Daniel Mark Miller is the spot for artists to share, learn and discover other artists in the VFX industry. We aim to bring artists from different levels and departments to discuss industry practice, software, processes, journey and more. We are a podcast made by artists for artists.
 
An atypical piece of writing by Mark Twain, the short bawdy skit documents a conversion between Queen Elizabeth and several notable writers of the time, including Sir Walter Raleigh, Francis Beaumont, Ben Jonson, and William Shakespeare. Despite first being published in 1880, the piece remained anonymous for a period of time, until it was later acknowledged by Twain in 1901 as his own. Comprised of humor, descriptive imagery, ribald connotations, and vulgar language, the faux conversation is ...
 
Refreshing Chats with Commercial Lawyers is a brand-new podcast series from legal recruitment specialists Realm Recruit. Each week, director Duane and commercial law recruitment specialist Rebecca will be joined by a different commercial lawyer to learn more about their path into the legal progression, their jobs day-to-day, their career successes and much more.
 
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Mark Beaumont! Many years I lay in my bed dreaming of having my various bands reviewed by Mark. It never happened because we didn't have what it takes! We didn't I tell you! However Mark did and does. He's been there from touring with Blur to breaking some of the coolest most musically inspired bands of several generations. He's had the highs and l…
 
In this episode we chat to Maik Pham Quang, a Matchmove lead at Framestore London, about his career progression, as a runner, through to becoming a matchmove lead, with a decade's experience, to transitioning and changing departments to pursue his interest in the lighting department as a lighting TD. Maik tells us about how it is leading and managi…
 
“Whatever people say I am, that’s what I’m not”. In this episode Tom Whalley channels his inner Arthur Seaton as he looks at the history and legacy of the Raleigh brand, 20 years after they closed their final factory in Nottingham. Local historian Chris Matthews takes us on a walk of some of the key Raleigh sites in the city, and digital story tell…
 
In our first regular episode of 2022 we anticipate the Grand Tours and ask whether it will be the third year of Pog – Tadej Pogačar. Daniel Friebe has spoken to Pogačar's coach, Iñigo San Millán, who describes him (Pogačar, not Daniel) as "the perfect athlete." We also hear from Pogačar himself. And we hear from Egan Bernal, who Richard spoke to in…
 
In this episode we complete our rundown of 2021. Daniel and Kofi discuss some of the themes raised in the episodes, as well as clips. Topics include VFX Editing, Previs, Realtime and Unreal Engine, discrimination and racism in the industry, independent filmmaking, Nuke, Blender, Unreal, VFX software development, Costume Design, VFX Editing, game ci…
 
This week I'm joined by Rafe Pomerance frankly one of the most enlightening and switched on men i've spoken to on the show about Climate Change. As some of you will know I spoke with Nathaniel Rich about his book Losing Earth. In the book Rafe features very heavily in the battle to bring Climate Change into the politcal machine. Rafe and I talk abo…
 
In our first episode of 2022 we meet the World Tour’s youngest rider, Cian Uijtdebroeks. The 18-year-old Belgian has signed for Bora-Hansgrohe and will make his professional debut in Mallorca at the end of the month. Already dubbed “the next Remco,” Uijtdebroeks came to wide attention when he won the junior edition of Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne in 2020…
 
Welcome to The Limehouse Podcast: Twitter@limehousepod Instagram @thelimehousepodcast www.somedaysarediamonds.co.ukThis week i'm joined by Angel Flores! You may know Angel from the Netflix series Queer Eye, one of the stand out people of this seasons show. This was a very important conversation and to be honest one of the most honest and mind openi…
 
MERRY CHRISTMAS!!! From Corrie to Ashes to Ashes and Alien 3 to Justice league and Jack Ryan; Peter Guinness has seen it all, done it all and bought all the T-Shirts available. We have a brilliant chat about his early years and the adventure into acting and performing EVEN his voice work on the Alien books. He was an officer and a gentleman.Enjoy, …
 
Merry Christmas from Richard, Daniel, Lionel and everyone at The Cycling Podcast. Cast your mind back to the summer's three grand tours in this mini episode. We'll be back in mid-January to see what the 2022 season has in store. In the meantime, Friends of the Podcast subscribers can listen to our Christmas Selection Box, starting on Christmas Day.…
 
Welcome to The Cesares, also known as The Moonies, or to put it more simply The Cycling Podcast's alternative awards 2021. Our virtual ceremony hosted by Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe has none of the glitz or glamour of The Oscars or, indeed, any of the world's well-known awards nights. But it can only be a matter of time before Th…
 
Explore usually takes riders a little further afield than just a few kilometres from their home but in this episode Lionel Birnie sets out on his familiar festive route in the eastern edge of the Chilterns. On the route are 12 hills and so this is the 12 hills of Christmas, a 90-kilometre route peppered with short climbs. While Christmas is a time …
 
This weeks episode deals with Climate Change. I speak with Nathaniel Rich about his magnifcent book Losing Earth. A book that charters the early years of Climate Change activism !979-89 when something could have been done and looked like it was going to be done. Sadly this changed dramatically. We talk about his book in depth and the lamentable sit…
 
In this press conference episode of Service Course, Tom Whalley and Lizzy Banks open the floor to your questions. We discuss whether time is up for the front derailleur thanks to Classified's revolutionary two-speed hub, we try to unmuddy the waters when it comes to picking that perfect winter tyre and Richard from France asks Tom and Lizzy to desc…
 
This has been a rollercoaster year for many of us and The VFX Artists Podcast is no exception. A toddlers decision to play with toy cars at 3am changed the fate of 2 VFX artists who met up to reflect on how far the podcast has come in less than a year. With guests ranging from Matchmove Artists to Compositors, VR Developers to Stunt Performers, Cha…
 
In this week's episode, it's over to you, our listeners, to ask the questions of Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe. Is Patrick Lefevere's belief in Remco Evenepoel misplaced? Is it right for the whole cycling circus to fly to Australia for the World Championships considering the environmental impact? How have the peloton and the press …
 
In this Christmas special Emily and Ray went for a walk round Regent’s Park with Jack Whitehall and his Cavapoo, Coco. They chatted about the Whitehall family dogs, his childhood where he was an extroverted kid, his rebellious phase at school, and his new film, Clifford the Big Red Dog. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
You can wear denim or whatever you fancy to this one because it's Norman Blake. Lovely man of Rock N Roll!We take a trip down Teenage Fanclub memory lane and get stuck into what makes a great band a great sound and brillaint journey. He's got such a iconic voice and the band have such a individual sound. Their breakthrough album Bandwagonesque was …
 
Our review of the 2021 men’s road racing season continues with a deep look at the three grand tours. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe weigh up the era of the galacticos in a year when the three outstanding stage racers – Egan Bernal, Tadej Pogačar and Primož Roglič – each won a grand tour. Transport yourself back to Italy, France and …
 
This week, on The VFX Artists Podcast, we speak to Beaumont Loewenthal about his journey to the industry and delve into his path to VFX assisting and editing at some great studios, on some very familiar feature films, to becoming a VFX editor on Star Wars Andor at Lucasfilm. In this episode, we discuss routes to entry into the VFX industry, and dis…
 
The final episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin of 2021 is one of two halves. In the first, Lizzy Banks and Richard Moore argue over who should win our end-of-year awards, and Lizzy tells us all about her new team, EF Education-Tibco-SVB. In the second, Orla Chennaoui is interviewed by one of our listeners, Jack Mckillop, about the origins and fir…
 
In this bonus episode join Emily as she discusses low-alcohol wines on the new Sunday Times podcast 'Wine Times' - with Miquita Oliver and Will Lyons. As well as three great wines to taste; Emily talks about 'Walking the Dog' and her canine companion Raymond, Will explains the process of removing alcohol from wine, and Miquita asks "are all screwca…
 
This week I'm joined by the remarkle John Edwards of Status Quo. John has had a very rich and eventful life that has spanned many years of highs and lows, learning and shaping. We had a brilliant chat and it was an honour to speak to a member of the greatest rock band of all time.Status Quo have been a cornerstone of my life for decades. I'm a Quo …
 
In the second part of our look back at the one-day races of 2021, we pick up the story by asking whether Peter Sagan can return to his best to challenge the current crop of Galácticos. We hear from Jonathan Vaughters about the ways racing has changed and why a 'boring' race to watch does not mean an easy race to ride. Toms Skujiņš of Trek-Segafredo…
 
This week, on The VFX Artists Podcast, my curiosity with how movies are made and brought to life, brought me to a discussion with London based film director, writer and producer Marcus Flemmings. On this episode, I find out about Marcus’ background and journey to becoming a film director, talk about his new film Blonde Purple, out on November 30th,…
 
Oh hello! How are you? I mean really how are you? This week it's Paul Ready! Paul was a superb guest. He wore a gold hoodie the entire interview whist sat on a throne made of diamonds. We spoke about his work in The Terror and way way more besides. As is the way on The Limehouse Podcast we talked about his journey behind the camera and INFRONT OF T…
 
In the first part of our look back at the 2021 road racing season, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe discussed the cobbled Classics. The Latin title of our series, Annus galaxicus, was Daniel's idea, naturally, and it refers to Julian Alaphilippe, Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel, who looked set to dominate the one-day races. How…
 
In this fourth and final episode in our mini-series of Explore we look at the gravel scene. Gravel at a crossroads is partly inspired by some of the reaction to our feature on the so-called "first professional gravel race" in Veneto in episode one. Some took exception to the description, with one listener advising us that if we want to talk about g…
 
This week we talk with Christy Anzelmo, Chief Product Officer at Foundry and before that Director of Product for the Nuke family of projects. We take a tour of her career, beginning in the fashion industry before moving in to VFX, her role in leading development on one of the most widely used compositing softwares in the industry, and on the uses o…
 
On this weeks episode of The Limehouse Podcast I speak with Jack Davenport. Ummm Jack Davenport perhaps one of the most eloquent guests i've ever had on the show. We speak about his journey within the world of acting; most importantly we talk about The Talented Mr Ripley, for a nice pocket of the show. Enjoy and if you feel like reaching out you ca…
 
In this episode of Service Course, Tom Whalley looks back on the fixed gear phenomenon, which peaked around a decade ago, and asks what happened to fixie culture. He speaks with Max Leonard, co-author of Fixed, former bike messenger Emily Chappell, and Tibco-SVB’s Tanja Erath. Tanja came into pro-cycling through the Zwift academy, but before that s…
 
This week's episode comes from the Six Days of Ghent, which is back this week after a year's absence. Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie report from a familiarly busy and raucous 't Kuipke on the opening night and speak to some of the star names, including Olympic Madison champion Michael Mørkøv and local favourite Iljo Keisse. We also hear from Maike…
 
For this episode of Explore one of our audio producers, Adam Bowie, takes over on the mic as he sets off to ride the King Alfred's Way in the south west of England. The 350-kilometre circular, mostly off-road, bikepacking route features a mix of gravel tracks, woodland trails, canal towpaths and rural lanes as it takes in parts of the Ridgeway, Sou…
 
In this episode, we chat to Floyd Billingy, a U.K. based realtime supervisor and environment artist for the games and VFX industry about his transition into the industry, how he became an environment artist and a realtime supervisor, as well as how black artists perceive and feel about working in the gaming and VFX industry. Floyd's career is colou…
 
This week I'm joined by somebody responsible for the track of a generation; ladies and gentlemen boys and girls Hayley Mary. I found Hayley's song Like a women should on the Netflix series Maid. Fans of this here podcast will know how much I've enjoyed that series and the soundtrack was a huge part of helping it move along so well.I’m this episode …
 
In this episode Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe discuss the final unveiling of the 2022 Giro d'Italia route. The Giro stages have been revealed bit by bit this time in batches, rather than chronologically. Has this robbed the Giro route of some of its mystery and majesty or does it not really matter? And what are the other terrible i…
 
In the latest episode of Explore we hear Mark Beaumont’s audio diary from GBDuro, the on- and off-road race the length of Britain, from Land's End to John o’ Groats. Amazingly this was Mark’s first ever organised race — though GBDuro is not a race in the traditional sense. Or perhaps it is? As well as being a test of endurance, it is an event that …
 
This week I'm joined by Huw Stephens. You'll know Huw from is impeccable work on BBC 6 music, Radio One and Radio Cymru. Huw has been on the airwaves [that's dad talk for radio] since his early twenties and has built up a huge fanbase and loyal following. We talk about his journey on the said airwaves and much more. It's a great look into the 6 mus…
 
In this month's episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin Orla Chennaoui and Richard Moore are joined by Lizzy Banks to discuss the British national championships and the Ronde van Drenthe, and we hear from Susanne Andersen who is leaving Team DSM to join Uno-X. We also look back on the first women's Paris-Roubaix and ahead to next year's inaugural To…
 
In this week's episode Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe discuss Alex Dowsett's Hour record attempt. Dowsett held the record back in 2015, before Bradley Wiggins broke it, and he aimed to win it back from the current holder Victor Campenaerts in Mexico this week. He fell just short but he won a lot of admirers for raising awareness of …
 
Explore returns for a mini series this month and in this opening episode we cover the pavé and gravel experiencing the old and new of road racing. The day before the women's Paris-Roubaix, Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie, joined by Simon Gill, sampled some of the sectors. Lionel once rode the full 260-kilometre Paris-Roubaix cyclo-sportive but Rich…
 
This week we meet Christopher Nichols, veteran VFX Supervisor and Director of the Chaos Group Labs. Chris’s career in computer graphics spans over 20 years, beginning in architecture and quickly moving to major motion pictures and later commercials at: Digital Domain, Sony Pictures, Method, Sway Studios and others. As this is Daniel’s first time ho…
 
In this episode, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe discuss some of the latest stories from the world of professional cycling. After saving the team at the last minute a year ago, is this the end of the road for the Qhubeka-NextHash World Tour team? What’s behind the latest shake-up at Movistar, and does Tiesj Benoot really want out of Team DSM? And i…
 
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