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The Thirteenth Hour books are 80s inspired illustrated fairy tale fantasy novels that pay homage to fantasy, sci fi, and teen movies from the 80s as well as the music of that era. This podcast explores aspects of 80s culture as well as a wide variety of influences behind the books. Companion site: http://13thhr.wordpress.com
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The Who's He? Podcast, a monthly Doctor Who review show hosted by Phil Cannon, Paul Connor and Scott Cannon in which they chat about all things Doctor Who including reviews of the latest episodes to hit our screens, along with news, DVD's, books, audio stories and the occasional audio commentary for good measure!
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Four different Doctor Who Podcasts from award winning comedian Toby Hadoke, whose Edinburgh show Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf became a West End hit, toured the world, and became a Sony nominated BBC Radio series. The podcasts are: ”Season One” : Happy Times and Places - episode commentaries (a video version is also available on You Tube). Released twice weekly. ”Season 2” : Too Much Information - an episode-by-episode examination of the making of the series. Released once a month. ”Season 3 ...
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Customer Confidential: Untold Stories of Earned Growth

Rob Markey, Bain & Company partner and customer experience expert

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The Customer Confidential Podcast unlocks a world of unparalleled customer and employee loyalty insights. Host Rob Markey, a Net Promoter System pioneer, uses his deep expertise and empathetic approach to challenge conventional wisdom, peel back layers of typical advice, and expose the real stories of industry transformation. Take a deep dive into discussions on CX, customer journey, customer insights, Net Promoter Score, and more. Every episode is a master class in loyalty. Guests include C ...
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Hello thereThis is the podcast feed for an eclectic and wonderous creative mix of podcasts under the Quirky Voices Presents banner. Welcome!I have an interview show / MADIVA podcast (Modern Audio Drama Indie Voice Acting) and this is focused on exploring the craft of voice acting through interviews with working Va’s, producers, Showrunners and directors. Anyone F’Coffee is a women’s health podcast hybrid audio drama / interview show.I wrote it and it stars women who actually suffer from the ...
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This was recorded very much in between all sorts of other things but everyone seems to quite enjoy it when it's all a bit shambolic so nopthing has been done to hide that. Let's be honest, The Celestial Toymaker itself is a bit shambolic - and host Toby Hadoke has gone on record before to say that this episode might be the worst instalment of Class…
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The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #450: Remembering The Easy Exercise Plan and making a Thirteenth Hour Exercise Card Deck https://archive.org/download/podcast-453/Podcast%20453.mp3 Lately, I have been making animations for the Logan prison cell workout I talked in episode 450: While making them, I thought back to the first time I tried to do something s…
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In this episode of the Who's He? Podcast.... Introducing The First Doctor In an occasional series, Phil and Scott are discussing the episodes of Doctor Who that introduced us to a new Doctor. And to kick things off, they start right at the very beginning with William Hartnell in An Unearthly Child. With a lot to set up and with the very first episo…
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And we're on to the second instalment of The Celestial Toymaker, with doughty advocate Kieran Highman doing his best to eprsuade host Toby hadoke that this is an underappreciated story. It is also, it has to be said, a controversial instalment, and this idsm picked ovr in some (and some qould say excruciating) detail. Ah well - we mean well. We're …
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The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #452: Experimenting with AI Vocals to See IF I Can Turn My Male Voice Female https://archive.org/download/podcast-452/Podcast%20452.mp3 This week, I’m experimenting with artificial intelligence for music. There’s this one track that’s been holding up the final stages of the latest Thirteenth Hour soundtrack LP – it’s wri…
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Well, as all tongues are a-wagging about the new animation of The Celestial Toymaker, here is a podcast recorded just before the news of its resurrection was announced, which takes us back to the source material. Now then - and here's the catch - this is a happy-clappy podcast about how wondeful Doctor who is, and the last time you host Toby Hadoke…
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In this episode of the Who's He? Podcast.... Who's He? at The Movies | Night of The Demon This time Phil takes a look at one of his favourite British horror movies, Night of the Demon starring Dana Andrews. In a tale of witchcraft, hairy demons and disbelieving square jawed scientists, this M.R. James classic ghost story is bought to the silver scr…
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Steve O'Brien, cool sci-fi columnist of many years standing, offers his somewhat uncool opinion that Black Orchid has more to offer than a screwdriver and Peter Davison taking a wicket. And so here, in one tidy package (with new opening and closing credits, natch: why would Toby make it easy for himself?), is a ripping adventure in topping time and…
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Discover the engine of Earned Growth as Rob Markey and Fred Reichheld, Bain Fellow and "Winning On Purpose” author, hold a working session on how references and referrals significantly contribute to organic growth. Rob and Fred unearth the pivotal role that references and referrals play in propelling Earned Growth. They answer key questions such as…
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The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #451: Welcome, Fantasy Author Melinda Kucsera to the Show https://archive.org/download/podcast-451/Podcast%20451.mp3 This week, prolific fantasy author and podcaster Melinda Kucsera joins the show. We first talked not long ago when I came on her show, and I wanted to have her back on mine to continue the conversation. We…
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Host Toby Hadoke keep putting off the more recent stories becasue they intimidate him: he hasn;t watched then several dozen times like he has the Classic Series. However - he has bitten the bullet and stayed awake through the whole of this Capaldi standalone instalment... one that has a number of unique features. It's generally considered a bit of …
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In this episode of the Who's He? Podcast.... Horror of Fang Rock - Review This episode Phil and Scott settled down to watch the new and shiny version of Horror of Fang Rock from the recent Season 15 blu-ray collection. New effects, screaming ladies and plenty of fog is the order of the day with Tom Baker and Louise Jameson on fine form. They also g…
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Dalek and Cyber expert Gavin Rymill advocates for one of Doctor Who's less celebrated adventures : but one which comes with a lot of expectation due to it being an anniversary story. This one has it all - Nazis, Cybermen, Time Lord secrets, and Skinheads who don't like social workers. So, with this being a positive podcast, will gavin and host Toby…
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The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #450: Remembering The Easy Exercise Plan and making a Thirteenth Hour Exercise Card Deck https://archive.org/download/podcast-450/Podcast%20450.mp3 In one section of The Thirteenth Hour, the main protagonist, Logan, ends up in a desert dungeon, where he languishes in a dehydrated and depressed state for some time until h…
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And so the epic that is Marco Polo comes to a close. There's a pre-filmed fight, a new cast member who has worked with the director before, and a few attempts at a closing scene that don't make it into the finshed episode (which is the first instalment of Doctor Who not to end with a cliffhanger). It is also Waris Hussein's last contact with the pr…
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In this episode of the Who's He? Podcast.... Review - The Caves of Androzani What has taken these two so long to get around to talking about this story? In episode in which Phil has the occasional disagreement with his microphone stand, Paul and he discuss The Caves of Androzani, Peter Davison's final story in the role of the Doctor. While consider…
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The Campervan is back! After an enforced period of absence (it’s been a whole month guys!) James, Brent and Ian pull the Campervan into a the usual parking boy in the interstellar lot and put their feet up for a good ol’ geekout. They cover midnight dropping in the UK, companion switch-ups, Season 15 on blu-ray and Big Finish‘s new monster-epic, Da…
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Here we go, the end of an era. Special guest Reuben gives his favourite thing about episode six and then - two years later (such is the nature of these podcasts!) - his bonus thing. So charge your glasses and toast a departing companion, a single tear, and a ride off into the sunset. Please note that this episode was recorded before the death of ac…
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Why would a world-class sports academy invest in a student center, rather than more coaches, fancy equipment, or dorms? IMG Academy, a Florida boarding school, turns out some of the most successful college and professional athletes around. Its president, Tim Pernetti, led a massive cultural shift toward customer loyalty. Tim says IMG Academy used t…
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The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #449: Welcome My Brother, Jeremy, and Adam Crohn as Talk About The Ice Pirates (1984) https://archive.org/download/podcast-449/Podcast%20449.mp3 I’m joined this week by my brother, Jeremy, and Adam Crohn, both of whom have been frequent guests here, to discuss the 1984 film, The Ice Pirates. If you haven’t seen it, it’s …
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So, in this edition we have a scene that your host Toby Hadoke always forgets; a mixture of prodcution styles (often within the same scene); and a replacement actor. Oh many and varied are the joys of being a Doctor Who fan and watching something over and over again. But what could possibly be isloated as the best thing about this instalment? It de…
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In this episode of the Who's He? Podcast.... Review - Flatline Phil and Scott decided to revisit the Peter Capaldi era of Doctor Who with Flatline, a story that has little bit of significance for Phil as this was the first episode of Doctor Who that he watched with Scott way back in 2014! But how does this story hold up for both of them after all t…
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Well now, this is comfort blanket Who of the highest order. The maggots are on the rampage, the dialogue is getting colourful and Mike Yates gets a special assignment. Oh there's no such thing as a guilty pleasure, and there's a lot here that host Toby Hadoke and guest Rueben herfindahl are fiunding pleasurable. Please note that this podcast was re…
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The Thirteenth Hour Podcast #448: Thoughts on a New Thirteenth Hour Story and Card Game https://archive.org/download/podcast-448/Podcast%20448.mp3 In the end of The Thirteenth Hour, there was a sentence that hinted that there were significantly more adventures that could be been described but for the sake of brevity, they weren’t. I always thought …
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It's part three of this cosy yet terrifying (how can you be both? Clever Doctor Who!) story about ecology, mad computers and the destruction of industry for profit. And mushrooms. And love. And Wales. Goodness - it's about everything. But which of the everythings will guest Reuben Herfindahl think is the best of the everythings this week? And will …
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In this episode of the Who's He? Podcast.... Scott on Target In between noisy mobile phones and kicking the microphone stand, Scott and Phil spend 30 minutes talking about the Doctor Who Target books that he bought with his pocket money. From Kinda to The Androids of Tara, Scott tells us why he's starting buying these books, whilst Phil tells us hi…
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On the brand new Trap One Podcast Denise (@CupOfTea), Adam (@AdamJClegg), Hannah (@MrsSimonTemplar) and Mark (@QuarkMcMalus) discuss the second season of Redacted, the Doctor Who spinoff audio series on BBC Sounds. This episode was recorded in December, between the broadcast of Wild Blue Yonder and The Giggle. You can hear all episodes of Redacted …
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Let's all go down the mine! Things aren't looking too good for Jo and Bert, and Dai is about to live up to his name. And we meet Fell, who will live up to his name in the next instalment. Lots of environmentally flavoured gorgoeuness here - but will guest Reuben be in accord with your host when it comes to choosing the best thing on show here? Plea…
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How can businesses transcend traditional customer service boundaries to establish new customer experience benchmarks? Stan Swinton, Founder and General Manager of NPSx, Bain & Company, discusses how a comprehensive approach to customer experience extends beyond gathering feedback or managing customer journeys. Stan details Bain’s NPSx framework—com…
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