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The Park An African Story produced for Community Radio. Written and read By Richard Mark Nicholls The storyteller concept developed for the music show on the Beat, where I was head of the production and the producer, the man behind the control desk. I have had an interest in sound from a very young age, and my love for Radio and Music goes as far back as when I Could not pronounce the word Radio. https://patreon.com/richardrmnstoryteller
 
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Malcolm Nicholls and Richard Ayling

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The expectations of what it means to be a man are changing. Men are struggling to find their place and voice in the world. Imagine if we could start again and recreate men from scratch? How would we think, feel, and behave as we weave our way through the rapidly changing modern landscape? Join Malcolm Nicholls and Richard Ayling on their journey as two 40 something men desperately trying to make sense of this modern world, and wondering how it would look if we reimagined men for the 21st cen ...
 
Written and read for Community Radio By Richard Nicholls Every week I would Write a selection of Poems or a short story. The Items would be alternated or mixed. This Item was known as Poems on the Couch. Watch this space for BAND NEW CONTENT COMING SOON!! https://patreon.com/richardrmnstoryteller
 
Former NHL vets Ryan Whitney, Paul Bissonnette, Barstool Sports writer Rear Admiral and Producer Mike Grinnell bring their outspoken and irreverent opinions to the masses. Focusing on the NHL but also touching on pop culture and everything else under the sun. New episode every Tuesday. .
 
The UK’s biggest book club is back with an all new podcast hosted by television royalty; Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan. Each week, Richard and Judy will be discussing a brand-new book with its author, delving into the novel’s origins, themes, inspirations and much, much more. This is the perfect podcast for any book lover, and with each title available in your nearest WHSmith store as part of their exclusive Richard and Judy Book Club collection, it’s never been easier to join Britain’s ...
 
Formula 1's fastest stars slow down and open up, sharing untold stories and unrivalled insight. Tom Clarkson brings you revealing, feature-length interviews and amazing anecdotes from F1’s biggest names. Expect superstar drivers, team bosses, tech geniuses and racing legends. Hit the follow button for the fastest way to get new episodes.
 
Love Hurts is a podcast hosted by Bryan Berlin that celebrates the messiness of relationships, whether with family, friends, partners, faith, or themselves. Each episode features a new guest sharing their struggle with love.
 
This is The Entrepreneurial You podcast with Heneka Watkis-Porter, the Jamaican podcast Queen, Author, international speaker, coach and entrepreneur. Some of my guests include Lisa Nichols, Richard Branson, John Lee Dumas, Paul Carrick Brunson, Seth Godin, etc. I will continue to bring you the best and the brightest but I am shifting things up a bit. I will be focusing more on game-changers who are from the Caribbean and African Diaspora. I recently had a dream come true to host the TV editi ...
 
Welcome to The Coaches Network Podcast, a show dedicating to helping those passionate and interested in Athlete, Talent & Personal Development in specific & actionable ways. I’m CoachYas your host & founder of The Coaches Network. With 12+ years experience working in male and female football I’ve gone on to achieving a UEFA A Licence, FA Advance Youth Award and UEFA B GK Licence’s respectively and have dedicated my career to support athletes and coaches to become more conscious about their p ...
 
Hi, and welcome to the Shop4ABiz podcast! This series is meant to present small local businesses by highlighting their unique services or products. This podcast is designed to be informative, educational and entertaining. While at the same time supporting local businesses. We hope you enjoy this journey and share it with friends, colleagues and family. Also, feel free to visit www.Shop4aBiz.com for more information.
 
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The dictionary defines "to forgive" as this: Verb. To stop feeling angry or resentful towards someone for an offence, flaw, or mistake. But language evolves. And maybe, to you, forgive and forget doesn't mean letting go of something so as to feel better. It means forgive the abuser and forget the victim. And it shouldn't. Submit a question to the T…
 
When a woman is murdered, the husband is always suspect number one. That’s certainly the case in this week’s Book Club novel, Take Your Breath Away. Brie – thought to have been killed six years ago – suddenly turns up screaming outside her old house, and her husband Andy’s future depends on discovering what’s going on. Author Linwood Barclay, a ret…
 
Can Republicans win control of the Senate? Trump’s candidates are the GOP's biggest problem, starting in Pennsylvania, Arizona, Georgia, and Wisconsin. The Nation's National Affairs Correspondent, John Nichols has our analysis. Also on this week's episode of the Start Making Sense podcast, a discussion about Ken Burns' new documentary on PBS, “The …
 
The Blackwater Lightship is a novel by Colm Tóibín, published in 1999 and shortlisted for the Booker Prize. It was later made into a film and has now been dramatized for the Dublin Theatre Festival. Set in the early nineties, it tells of a young gay man suffering from AIDS who visits his grandmother in rural Wexford and the repercussions his arriva…
 
Ideology drives American foreign policy in ways seen and unseen. Racialized notions of subjecthood and civilization underlay the political revolution of eighteenth-century white colonizers; neoconservatism, neoliberalism, and unilateralism propelled the post–Cold War United States to unleash catastrophe in the Middle East. Ideologies order and expl…
 
Our unconscious mind is the part of us that runs things in the background and is outside of our awareness. But it has a huge influence over how we feel and how we react to many situations. This week Richard & Fiona look at 3 questions from listeners all about issues relating to unconscious reactions. Links Submit a question The Richard Nicholls Pod…
 
He’s a survivor, who fought back from a crash which could have broken his spirit. Martin Donnelly’s racing career was cut short at the 1990 Spanish Grand Prix, when his Lotus left the track and hit a barrier at 160 miles per hour, throwing him from the car. Martin tells Tom Clarkson his memories of that fateful weekend, and the great lengths he wen…
 
Luke Jones meets the countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo, whose show Only An Octave Apart is about to begin a month long run at Wilton’s Music Hall in London. He discusses how he discovered his range, why he fuses opera with pop and his return to the ENO next year in Philip Glass’s Akhnaten.Luke takes a tour round See Monster in Weston-super-Mare, a…
 
It is time for another episode. I am Heneka Watkis-Porter, the host and creator of The Entrepreneurial You podcast. Welcome back to my regular listeners and a special welcome to you if you are tuning in for the first time. Last week I revisited the live recording with Seth Godin, looking at his latest book, "Shipping Creative Work." This week, we a…
 
On Episode 408 of Spittin’ Chiclets, the guys are joined by Trevor Zegras and Brady Tkachuk. Z joined (47:50) to discuss getting the NHL23 cover, what he has planned for this season, and his pet dragon. But first, the guys open the show and discuss Murls crazy hot streak, along with Subban and Chara retiring. Then the boys are joined by Brady Tkach…
 
Michael Winterbottom discusses writing and directing a SKY TV drama, This England, starring Kenneth Branagh as Boris Johnson during his tumultuous first months as Prime Minister and the first wave of the COVID pandemic.GALWAD, an ambitious, multiplatform arts project set in Wales, imagines what it would be like if we could receive messages from peo…
 
From Austria to New Zealand, coalition governments often pave the road to foreign policy. In Western Europe, nearly 90 percent of postwar governments include two or more political parties. Israel, the Middle East’s only consolidated democracy according to many, has never experienced single-party rule in its history. Even the United Kingdom, known f…
 
The Picky Eagle: How Democracy and Xenophobia Limited U. S. Territorial Expansion (Cornell UP, 2020) explains why the United States stopped annexing territory by focusing on annexation's domestic consequences, both political and normative. It describes how the U.S. rejection of further annexations, despite its rising power, set the stage for twenti…
 
Episode #202 of The Coaches Network Podcast. The guest for this episode is Danny Senda. Danny is the Lead U18 Professional Development Phase Coach with Charlton FC, having previously held roles where he’s developed a range of experiences from Foundation Phase right through to first team football with clubs such as Leyton Orient, Barnet & Brentford …
 
Critics Boyd Hilton and Sarah Crompton review Blonde, Andrew Dominik’s film adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates’ novel about Marilyn Monroe. They also discuss Inside Man, a new drama from Sherlock creator Steven Moffat, starring David Tennant and Stanley Tucci.Anna Bailey is the last of the authors shortlisted for the BBC National Short Story Award. Th…
 
The New Atlantic Order: The Transformation of International Politics, 1860-1933 (Cambridge UP, 2022) elucidates a momentous transformation process that changed the world: the struggle to create, for the first time, a modern Atlantic order in the long twentieth century (1860-2020). Placing it in a broader historical and global context, Patrick O. Co…
 
Should Bernie Sanders run in the Democratic primaries in 2024? President of The Nation, Bhaskar Sunkara says “yes” IF Biden doesn’t. Sanders transformed American politics and, Bhaskar argues, he remains a uniquely important figure for Democrats and the left. Also: 20 years before the January 6 attack on the capitol, a Republican mob attacked a cent…
 
Beth Orton performs two songs from her new album, Weather Alive, and discusses creative partnerships as well as life after being dropped by her record label.American author Jodi Picoult has turned Markus Zusak’s best-selling novel The Book Thief into a musical, which has just had its world premiere at the Bolton Octagon. She discusses adapting a no…
 
The Meddlers: Sovereignty, Empire, and the Birth of Global Economic Governance (Harvard University Press, 2022) presents a pioneering history that traces the origins of global economic governance—and the political conflicts it generates—to the aftermath of World War I. International economic institutions like the International Monetary Fund and Wor…
 
It’s been a dramatic year for Red Bull Racing, from the titanic battle Max Verstappen fought with Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes for the 2021 title, to setting up their own power unit arm, before taking a commanding lead in both championships this season – with a flirtation with Porsche thrown in for good measure. Team boss Christian Horner tells host…
 
Bestselling author Louise Doughty discusses her new BBC One drama Crossfire, a thriller about a terrorist attack in a luxury holiday resort, starring Keeley Hawes. She talks about writing for the screen for the first time, after her novels Apple Tree Yard and Platform 7 were adapted for television. Singer songwriter Miki Berenyi, who is best known …
 
Welcome to another episode. I am Heneka Watkis-Porter, the host and creator of The Entrepreneurial You podcast. You will admit that the conversation I had last week with Rushio Billings was quite inspirational. It was all Rushio's journey in the tech space and how he has found his sweet spot with GiftMe. This week, I am bringing back an episode tha…
 
For much of the Cold War the United States had thousands more nuclear weapons than it needed. And it took decades for American political leaders to realise no one had ever asked: ‘how many nuclear weapons is enough?’ As for Ronald Reagan, he went into office a nuclear hawk and came out considering total disarmament. These aspects of the history the…
 
In the Fall of 1949, a series of international events shattered the notion that the United States would return to its traditional small peacetime military posture following World War II. John M. Curatola's book Autumn of Our Discontent: Fall 1949 and the Crises in American National Security (US Naval Institute Press, 2022) chronicles the events tha…
 
On Episode 407 of Spittin’ Chiclets, the guys are joined by Keith Yandle and Mason McTavish. Keith joined for a major announcement regarding his future in the NHL, the Flyers locker room, and all the NHL news the guys missed this summer. The boys also make a major announcement regarding the NYPD vs FDNY hockey game. Then McTavish joined(1:11:43) to…
 
Episode #200 of The Coaches Network Podcast. The guest for this episode is Russel 'Rusty' Earnshaw. Rusty is a former international rugby player now plying his trade as coach and coach developer across many sports. Alongside being a co-host on the Magic Academy Podcast. Rusty joins Coach Yas to share some insights gained in his journey to date, and…
 
Journalist and author Hadley Freeman, and Art UK editor and art historian Lydia Figes, review Ticket to Paradise starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts, and the Winslow Homer exhibition at the National Gallery.And head judge Elizabeth Day joins Front Row for the announcement of the shortlist for the 2022 BBC National Short Story Award with Cambr…
 
The transformation of the Southern Baptist Convention into a powerful right wing political force developed over the last 50 years. Before 1973, when abortion became a constitutional right, the Southern Baptists did not have a political position on abortion. Then came what they call the “conservative resurgence”—we call it the “fundamentalist takeov…
 
Genre-defying South African cellist Abel Selaocoe speaks to Samira and performs a piece from his new album Where Is Home (Hae Ke Kae), which will be launched at a performance at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London. He is about to become Artist In Residence at London's Southbank Centre. His inventive and virtuosic compositions and performance style f…
 
FIVE MEN are competing for three seats on Key Biscayne's Village Council. Oscar Sardiñas is giving it second try after running once before. We ask him what's different about this campaign, and how he sees the big issues of protecting against sea level rise and dealing with traffic issues on the Rickenbacker Causeway. With special guest host Jan Dil…
 
This is Love Hurts. Sammie James is a comedian and storyteller. A number of years ago, Sammie was set to hang out with a friend who ghosted them. She tried to figure out what happened and started to see some of the red flags of their friendship. Years later, that friend came back into Sammie’s life in an unexpected way. Check out Sammie’s comedy sp…
 
The world lived under the shadow of the acronym MAD for forty years. Mutually Assured Destruction was no laughing matter, but Stanley Kubrick thought dark comedy was the only way to approach a topic as ridiculous as MAD. In this episode we compare and contrast Dr. Strangelove (1964) with Failsafe, a serious film about the same subject that came out…
 
Episode #199 of The Coaches Network Podcast. Over the recent weeks and months I’ve had loads of you get in touch with some great questions and Today I am going to be trying something new with show, I am trialling a Q+A segment where I’ll be joined by a co-host in elite coach educator Gerard Jones, Now these discussion are taking place live as part …
 
He was part of one of F1’s most dramatic finales, but there’s so much more to Timo Glock’s story than that rain-soaked lap in Brazil. A relative late-comer to racing, he quickly showed speed, made smart sponsorship deals and caught the attention of F1 teams. Timo tells Tom Clarkson about the surprise phone call which led to his points-scoring Grand…
 
Sir Richard Eyre is one of the UK’s most distinguished and celebrated directors - equally at home in theatre, film, and television. At the age of 79, he has just made his debut as a playwright with his new play, The Snail House, which has just opened at Hampstead Theatre. He talks to Samira about his late literary blooming and what needs to happen …
 
It is time for another episode. I am Heneka Watkis-Porter, the host and creator of The Entrepreneurial You podcast. Welcome back to my regular listeners and a special welcome to you if you are tuning in for the first time. Last week I spoke with a colleague and friend who was a sponsor of The Entrepreneurial You radio edition via Vein Centres of Ja…
 
The UK spent decades in its the post imperial phase trying to work out how it should think of itself and align itself in the world - a debate that Brexit showed is far from over. Will the US find it as hard? The debate about American decline rests on a widespread assumption in the country that global supremacy is the US’s national purpose. How diff…
 
On June 16 2020, Indian and Chinese forces clashed high in the Himalayan mountains in Aksai Chin. Beijing and New Delhi both claim control over this remote region in a territorial dispute dating back decades. Sources differ on how many soldiers died in the skirmish, fought with fists and clubs rather than guns, with the potential dead ranging into …
 
Eileen Cooper is a painter and printmaker who’s been quietly creating boldly coloured figurative images and ceramics since the 1970s. This year finally sees the first major review of her work which, in magic realist style, encompasses huge themes: sexuality, motherhood, life and death. The show is called Parallel Lines: Eileen Cooper And Leicester’…
 
In recent years, calls for reparations and restorative justice, alongside the rise of populist grievance politics, have demonstrated the stubborn resilience of traumatic memory. From the transnational Black Lives Matter movement's calls for reckoning with the legacy of slavery and racial oppression, to continued efforts to secure recognition of the…
 
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