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Wessex Ways

Paul Whitewick

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Paul Whitewick and Hedley Thorne chat about everything and anything they find in Wessex. From Ancient Trackways to Abandoned Canals, from The Ridgeway to An Abandoned Railway and everything in between. Join us on our fortnightly adventures.
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Welcome to Fontanelle, a paediatric educational podcast for trainees. I'm Caroline Storey, a paediatric trainee in Wessex, and I'll be joined by wise friends, learned colleagues and leading lights from around the region and beyond to explore common presentations, sticky situations, what's fresh and new, and what's coming of age in paediatric medicine. So if you've got an open mind for learning and a soft spot for the world of paediatrics, you've come to the right place!
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My podcast to talk about all things horror, from movies to video games (inc interviews). Please subscribe to this podcast and if you can support it with the price of a coffee at Ko-Fi here: https://ko-fi.com/lovehorrorpod Our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/lovehorrorpod Our Twitter: https://twitter.com/lovehorrorpod (@lovehorrorpod) Merch Store: http://tee.pub/lic/lovehorropod Email: lovehorrorpodcast@yahoo.com Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/love-horro ...
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A monthly show where we get to talk and learn about all things ecological, including interviews with top ecologists (both employers and employees), those working with ecologists, and also aspiring and inspiring career-seeking individuals setting out to make a difference. New episodes released first Monday of the month.
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An audio book series following the fates of three young warriors. The 9th Century is growing old and the great Pagan host of the Vikings has conquered the Saxon lands. All except for the final kingdom: Wessex. In the fight that follows, who will emerge with their life, and who's cause will be just? A new episode will be released on 10.10.16
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Amidst the fireworks and celebrations of Guy Fawkes Night, a covered wagon winds its way along the dark country heath land. Hidden at the back is a young woman who is running away from a thwarted marriage ceremony with the local innkeeper. The driver of the wagon, a young herdsman, is secretly in love with her but is so devoted that he vows to help her reunite with her useless lover. The opening scenes of Thomas Hardy's sixth novel The Return of the Native, form the backdrop to this story of ...
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Counter Programming with Shira & Arielle is your new favorite coronavirus/COVID-19 distraction podcast. Join this duo as they embark on a quest to bring the world counter programming of all kinds. They'll focus on countertops (namely, they're doing a series on marble, granite, and quartz), time counters, calorie counters, counters of other kinds... Each episode will be a mix of comedy and fun facts that no one knew they ever needed. Shira and Arielle have been friends for 5 years. They met i ...
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Shira and Arielle here! Dropping in for a bonus episode. We walked around Manhattan with The Great Saunter in early May. What's the connection to the premise of this show? Great question. Well, we *counted* our steps. Hit play to listen to us share dispatches from throughout the journey. Things we mentioned: The Great Saunter Serrano Salsa Credits:…
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Welcome to the Ecology Academy podcast, hosted by Richard Dodd. In this episode, we delve into the role and responsibilities of an Ecological Clerk of Works. With summer in full swing, ecologists are busy with surveys and monitoring projects across the UK and beyond. Whether you’re in the UK or elsewhere, this episode is packed with valuable insigh…
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In this insightful episode of the Ecology Academy podcast, we explore the fascinating world of district licensing in ecological conservation with Sarah Garratt and Andy Buxton from NatureSpace. We delve into Sarah's contribution to NatureSpace's strategic licensing approach and Andy's role in the conceptualization of district licensing. Additionall…
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Welcome to an enthralling episode of the Ecology Academy Podcast, where host Richard Dodd is joined by special guest Nikki Glover, a Senior Ecologist at Wessex Water renowned for her innovative newt detection techniques. Our dynamic conversation delves into Nikki's essential contributions to large-scale development infrastructure projects, her dive…
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Welcome to this weeks Wessex Ways Podcast in visual format! This week we talk with Mary-Ann Ochota. All The links mentioned in The PodcastThe BBC Radio 4 episode on military veterans doing archaeology https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0006dthAnd signed copies of Mary-Ann's books! https://www.maryannochota.com/books/The charity behind the work: Brea…
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Welcome to the Ecology Academy podcast hosted by Richard Dodd. In this episode, we delve into the transformative journey of Jon Cranfield, a herpetofauna specialist and director of Herpetologic Limited. Starting from his childhood passion for ecology, we journey through his extensive experience dealing with protected species and examine his commitm…
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Welcome to a special series of the Ecology Academy podcast, dedicated entirely to understanding the fascinating world of great crested newts. As spring arrives, we delve into in-depth discussions with leading experts to shed light on this unique species. Over the upcoming weeks, we'll be presenting interviews with established authorities in the fie…
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Welcome to this weeks Wessex Ways Podcast in visual format! This week we talk Maiden Castle, Hampshire Downs and Plaques. We also waffle about Allotment Fox: https://www.youtube.com/c/AllotmentFox You can check out his channels here: Social Media: Paul Twitter and Instagram: @ PaulWhitewick Hedley @ Thorneh @ Hedley_Thorne…
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Join us in this informative episode of the Ecology Academy podcast, hosted by Richard Dodd, as we explore the complexities of the rapidly changing world of ecology. We delve deep into recent ecological developments, updated guidelines, new regulations, and the impact of technological advancements on the field. This episode aims to inspire listeners…
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Welcome to this weeks Wessex Ways Podcast in visual format! This week we talk to the one and only Tweedy Outdoors. You can check out his channels here: https://www.youtube.com/@UCqTjEUV-5e6mSkvqZ_qxnFQ and https://www.youtube.com/@UCiTGldRhlhyfrCDYEPZqs4w Social Media: Paul Twitter and Instagram: @ PaulWhitewick Hedley @ Thorneh @ Hedley_ThorneAll …
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***HAPPY NEW YEAR*** In the first episode of 2024 Richard talks about how to maximise getting the hire process right and how to avoid or minimise biases. In the podcast Richard outlines the following key stages: 1. Identifying the Need for a New Role 2. Creating a Detailed Job Description 3. Advertising the Role 4. Screening and Shortlisting Candid…
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In this episode, we cover the year 1952 and all it entails, including: Five Theremin John, forward-facing flutes, crab-walk warfare, Hollywood’s Bronze Era, my horse’s bucket’s bucket, running a little short on tritium, sandy ringworm, and the Age of Swedish Dressage Supremacy. Topics Discussed: John Cage’s 4’33”, the Hydrogen Bomb, and Egypt’s Bla…
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Welcome to this weeks Wessex Ways Podcast in visual format! This week we talk The East Lyn, and Paul has a mild rant. No change there!Social Media: Paul Twitter and Instagram: @ PaulWhitewick Hedley @ Thorneh @ Hedley_ThorneAll other links: Credit:Abbey Barnes video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRIEwtt-VC0Resources:Linleys 360 YouTube channel: …
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In this very special Christmas Episode the team get together to learn things about Christmas! We'll be back to our regularly scheduled progrmaming in the new year! Topics Discussed: All things Christmas! Find us: Patreon: patreon.com/randomlyhistory Instagram: @RandomlyHistory Twitter: @RandomlyHistory Website: randomlygeneratedhistory.com Or find …
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In this episode, we cover the year 1664 and all it entails, including: Tormenting teen girls, Earthbound concepts of physics, the biggest pickle of all, a cheeseboard of empires, curiously quiet badgers, Steamboat Mickey, nosey babies, and Gone With the Wind 2: The Breezening. Topics Discussed: The Great Red Spot, the Battle of Saint Gotthard, and …
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