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Best Tim Ware podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Tim Ware podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Teaching and advancing the next generation of leaders.
 
On the Mountain Life, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney explore a wide variety of topics from health, fitness and nutrition to parenting, lifestyle and education. Both Lynn and Tim are longtime Park City locals and lovers of the mountain lifestyle. Both are enthusiastic mountain bikers and nordic skiers and advocates of healthy whole-lifestyle. Both also sit on the Park City city council.
 
Eight tracks, a book and a luxury: what would you take to a desert island? Guests share the soundtrack of their lives.
 
Robert Elms brings you the latest queries, notes and best bits from his BBC London show over the past seven days.
 
A Podcast About the Writing Life
 
Join author John King for eclectic interviews with writers from a variety of genres, including fiction writing, poetry, memoirs, and journalism. From literature to genre writing to the movies, all writing is up for discussion. In particular, The Drunken Odyssey features discussion of all aspects of the writing process—not just the published manuscript, pristinely presented to the entire literate world, but also the scrawled notes and tortured drafts that lead writers there. In long-form inte ...
 
Raucous, ridiculous and surprisingly satisfying - it’s the Horne Section Podcast! Join us each week as host Alex Horne and his band are joined in the studio by a very special guest for some musical mayhem and plenty of laughs.
 
A podcast about me and all my friends.Hosted by Ryan Blewett.Contact: myfriendspodcast@gmail.com
 
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Transitions in ministry are a common thing. Most pastors and staff take new ministry positions multiple times in their careers. Often these are done undercover for a number of reasons. How we leave matters. Listen today as we talk about leaving and finishing well. www.advancement.cc Resources mentioned today: Next: Pastoral Transitions that Work…
 
Michael Lewis is a best-selling non-fiction writer and journalist. He initially worked for an investment bank, and his experiences of Wall Street excess in the 1980s informed his acclaimed first book, Liar’s Poker. Three of his later books – Moneyball, The Blind Side and The Big Short – have been adapted into Hollywood feature films. He was born in…
 
Episode 401 of The Drunken Odyssey, your favorite podcast about creative writing and literature is available on Apple podcasts, stitcher, spotify, or click here to stream (right click to download, if that’s your thing.) This week, I offer another round of conversations from Miami Book Fair International, in which I talk to Steve Almond about his fa…
 
This week, I offer another round of conversations from Miami Book Fair International, in which I talk to Steve Almond about his favorite novel, Stonerby John Williams, plus I speak with poet Carolyn Forché about her memoir, All You Have Heard is True. TEXTS DICSUSSED
 
The Robert Elms podcast is taking a break for the time being but watch out for updates.By BBC Radio London
 
Rupert Everett is an actor, writer and director whose breakthrough came in 1981 when he was cast as a gay schoolboy in Another Country, Julian Mitchell's play and subsequent film. Rupert later starred in Dance with a Stranger before making a splash in Hollywood playing Julia Roberts's gay confidante in My Best Friend's Wedding. But his movie career…
 
Dr. Michael Pestotnik joins The Mountain Life. Dr. Petotnik is an internal medicine physician at University of Utah Health Redstone Health Center , and he specializes in the healthy heart. We all need an occasional reminder on how to maintain a healthy heart and also to hear about new heart research - what’s helpful and what’s harmful. Aside from t…
 
Award-winning neuroscientist Daniel J. Levitin, PhD, joins T he Mountain Life. Levitin is the bestselling author of This is Your Brain on Music and The Organized Mind. He explores the new science of aging in Successful Aging: A Neuroscientist Explores the Power and Potential of Our Lives . At age 84, the Dalai Lama released his 125th book. Artist C…
 
The Mountain Life welcomes Dr. Anisha Patel , Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Stanford University and leader of Stanford’s pediatric sugar research program. Dr. Patel joins the show to debunk sugar myths about natural and artificial sweeteners, where added sugar lurks and how to avoid it in her new book she co-wrote with Jennifer Tyler Lee cal…
 
Ministry transitions are something that cannot be avoided in ministry and yet always seem to catch us off guard. Today's podcasts looks at some key attitudes that can help leaders better cope and lead in and through transitions. www.advancement.ccBy Tim D Ware
 
Episode 400 of The Drunken Odyssey, your favorite podcast about creative writing and literature is available on Apple podcasts, stitcher, spotify, or click here to stream (right click to download, if that’s your thing.) This week, I talk to fiction writer Nathan Englander about the pressurized form of fictional worlds, giving the reader something w…
 
This week, I talk to fiction writer Nathan Englander about the pressurized form of fictional worlds, giving the reader something worth their time and money, getting to the pain as soon as possible, continuing to learn about one's craft deep into one's career, Judaism in literature, and the wisdom of our friend Darin Strauss. Nathan Englander and yo…
 
The Mountain Life welcomes New York Times best-selling author Robert Greene . He shares with us from his new book, The Laws of Human Nature , how to decode the behavior of those around us. We are social animals. Our very lives depend on our relationships with people. Knowing why people do what they do is the most important tool we can possess, with…
 
The Mountain Life speaks with Dr. Will Cole , one of the nation’s leading functional medicine experts. His new book is The Inflammation Spectrum: Find Your Food Triggers and Reset Your System . Did you know that every food you eat is either feeding inflammation or fighting it? Inflammation is at the core of most common health woes and exists on a c…
 
This week, I talk to fiction writer Rion Amilcar Scott about his extraordinary fiction collection, The World Does Not Require You. We discuss the academic world, African-American folklore, religion, music, science fiction, and post-modernism.By John King
 
This week's show features another pair of episodes from Miami Book Fair International.By John King
 
How do you celebrate with other people who are winning when you're struggling? Join us today as we discuss the methods of handling celebration while going through personal battles.By Tim Ware
 
Stephen Merchant first came to fame with the TV sitcom The Office, which he co-wrote and co-directed with Ricky Gervais. He continued to work with Gervais on the series Extras, Life is Short and An Idiot Abroad. His comedy hero as a young man was John Cleese and as a fellow tall West Country boy, he felt he would try his hand at a comedy career. As…
 
Canon Giles Goddard celebrates St Johns Church in WaterlooBy BBC Radio London
 
The Mountain Life welcomes guest Dr. Adam Hill who tells the harrowing story of a doctor in recovery for alcoholism, depression, and burnout, who after losing a mentor to suicide, works to make his profession more empathetic and conscious of the need for self-care. The story is his personal story, and we hear about how his book is really a road map…
 
You'll find Park City Horse Experience founder, Chilean-born Alejandra Lara in the hinterland of Park City, on her horse — and bringing others into the world that she has known most of the her life. It’s about the healing experience that horses bring; she says that horses mirror accurately what your body, emotions, energy , and thoughts are telling…
 
Buster Benson joins The Mountain Life. Buster is an entrepreneur and a former product leader at Amazon and Twitter. He's editor of Better Humans publication on Medium and the author of the Cognitive Bias cheat sheet with over one million reads. He joins to talk about his new book, Why Are We Yelling? The Art Of Productive Disagreement. This book is…
 
How do you encourage others to have faith when you are in a storm? Join us today as we discuss the lessons learned in tough times.By Tim Ware
 
Heidi Thomas is a screenwriter and playwright best known for Call the Midwife. The BBC TV series, which began in 2012, was originally a six part adaptation of a trilogy of memoirs by Jennifer Worth, recalling her experiences as a midwife in the East End of London. It was an immediate hit, with 10 million viewers a week, becoming one of BBC One’s mo…
 
On today's show, I share two interviews. The first is with the fiction writer and memoirist Tim O'Brien about how to live in this world. The second is with the comic creator Chris Ware and his editor at Pantheon Books, Chip Kidd, with whom we discussed how design meshes with the content of a story.
 
Rick Fournier and Charlie Sturgis from the Mountain Trails Foundation join The Mountain Life. Rick is known as the trail guru about town, his trail building expertise is a big part of why Park City was put on the map as the first IMBA Gold Ride Center. Charlie Sturgis is the director of Mountain Trails Foundation and oversees the operation. He also…
 
Park City legend Dave Hanscom joins us in the studio. Dave joins to preview the very popular cross country race series, the Wasatch Citizen Series , which he has directed for many years. We also invited Dave because at 78 years old he is an inspiration to many with this humble advice on aging gracefully and how to keep doing the outdoor activities …
 
How do you deal with grief when you are supposed to be the one to help people move past it? Join us today as we talk about how we deal with grief.By Tim Ware
 
Professor Russell Foster is head of the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute at the University of Oxford, professor of circadian neuroscience and the director of the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology. An expert in sleep, he describes it as 'the single most important health behaviour we have'. Born in 1959, as a child he loved his toy micro…
 
In our discussion, Vanessa Blakeslee and I manage to talk about yuletide fellowship, hallucinogens, the possibility of St. Patrick's Day cookies, and other perennial holiday topics.
 
The Mountain Life welcomes Amber Johnson of Connect Summit County and Lisa Cook , co-founder of Rebuilders International and a life coach who will talk about suicide, grief and how NOT dealing with grief can affect mental health. The pair will also give tips for navigating grief over the holiday and talk about an ongoing support group, "Potluck of …
 
The Mountain Life speaks with local resident Jim Doilney who was diagnosed with prostate cancer over 19 years ago. He discusses his soon-to-be published book, Riding the Scalpel. One in nine men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, 60 % of those men at age 65 or older. Almost 100% of men who have local or regional prostate cancer will survive mo…
 
How do you lead when times are tough? Jon us today as we discuss the challenge of leading publicly when you are struggling at home.By Tim Ware
 
Asif Kapadia is an Academy Award-winning film director, renowned for his documentaries about the musician Amy Winehouse, the Brazilian motor racing star Ayrton Senna, and the Argentinian footballer, Diego Maradona.Born in 1972, Asif is the youngest of five children. His parents emigrated from Gujarat in the mid-1960s. His father’s ambition to seek …
 
On this episode of The Mountain Life Lynn and Pete speak with Joe Saladyga, chef and owner of Savory Kitchen , who will explore some new twists on Thanksgiving traditions.By Lynn Ware Peek
 
On this episode of The Mountain Life Lynn and Pete speak with local master sommelier Kirsten Fox of the Fox School of Wines , who joins to talk about the wines to enjoy for Thanksgiving.By Lynn Ware Peek
 
Isabella Tree is a conservationist and writer of the award-winning book Wilding: the Return of Nature to a British Farm, which tells the story of rewilding a 3,500 acre farm estate in Sussex, which she oversaw with her husband Charlie. The adopted daughter of Michael Tree and Lady Anne Cavendish, Isabella grew up in Mereworth Castle in Kent, and th…
 
Susan Welland, founder of the BAD Fest (Brewers, Vitners, and Distillers Fest) joins The Mountain Life to talk up the Festival, taking place December 7 in Salt Lake City. It will feature tastings and workshops, surveying your favorite beverages in this premier event where master craft beer makers, homebrewers, distilling greats, and guests gather t…
 
Park City Nordic Betties founder Annie Morgan joins the show to talk about the program's mission - to help women foster a love of Nordic skiing through a social, supportive, instructional and positive team experience with 6- and 10-week programs from December - March.By Lynn Ware Peek
 
Nordic combined Olympian Ben Berend joins The Mountain Life . Park City is teeming with Olympic athletes, past present and future. We enjoy looking into the stories that create Olympians, what makes them tick, how they achieve their successes, and what do they do when they retire — at such young ages. Ben is a Park City resident who retired from th…
 
Stephen Graham is an actor, whose credits include key roles in films including This is England and The Irishman, and in TV dramas such as Boardwalk Empire and Line of Duty. Stephen was born in Kirkby just outside Liverpool in 1973. He discovered acting at school, where a starring role in a production of Treasure Island at the age of 10 was a turnin…
 
In this week’s episode, I talk once again with the graphic novelist, Peter Kuper, this time about his latest literary adaptation, Heart of Darkness. NOTES This episode is sponsored by the excellent people at Scribophile. TDO Listeners can get 20% of a premium subscription to Scribophile. After using the above link to register for a basic account, g…
 
Hear stories & track choices from castaways including Len Goodman, Maya Angelou and Stephen Hawking.By BBC Radio 4
 
Award-winning author and staff writer for The New Yorker David Owen joins The Mountain Life. Two-thirds of Americans over age 70 have some degree of hearing loss, yet it is a subject not often written about or talked about. Many people take their ears for granted, abusing them with loud restaurants, rock concerts, and Q-tips. And then, eventually, …
 
Kimberley Motley is an American attorney and the first foreign lawyer to practise in Afghanistan.Born in 1975 to an African-American father and a North Korean mother, she grew up in a poor neighbourhood in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where hers was the only mixed-race family - and the only family with two parents. Education was very important to her pare…
 
In this week’s episode, I talk with podcaster, editor, journalist, and journeyman writer Jonathan Small about how to build a career as a writer who gets paid and merges into the cultural styles of the magazines one writes for. Check out Jonathan's excellent podcast, Write About Now. NOTES This episode is sponsored by the excellent people at Scribop…
 
The Mountain Life explores a stretching system unlike any other you’ve experienced with Patrick Gregston, a certified practitioner from Santa Barbara, California . The system is based on the protocol of Bob Cooley whose book, the Genius of Flexibility: The Smart Way to Stretch and Strengthen Your Body, provides the foundation for the classes. Class…
 
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