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Best Wigmore podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Wigmore podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Broadcaster Mark Wigmore hosts the new podcast, "Art at the End of the World". Enjoy long-form conversations with fascinating personalities who have helped to shape culture, while learning how they work within, and interpret our changing times. Artists, entertainers, and innovators speak to their life experience and craft while reflecting on what it is to make and curate art in the current political and cultural climate. Season 2 will welcome neo-classical phenomenon Alexandra Streliski, fil ...
 
You’ll love Open Rehearsal in London! This exciting programme of events, running from Friday 29th September to Sunday 1st October '06, will enable you to sample the world-class music, theatre and dance that London offers - for free. If you’ve never set foot inside a concert hall, or you’d like a bit of inspiration about what to do, here’s a cut-out-and-keep A to Z guide to classical music and the Open Rehearsal weekend. For more information, visit www.openrehearsal.co.uk
 
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Tim is currently a staff writer for The Daily Telegraph. He also contributes to publications including The Economist, FiveThirtyEight, ESPNCricinfo, The New York Times and The New Statesman. Tim writes on the business and politics of sports, corruption, sports globalisation, sports science, technology and analytics. His book, Cricket 2.0: Inside th…
 
Bringing together two intertwined stories – a performer’s lifelong passion for the mélodie, and its history at Wigmore Hall. Dame Felicity Lott shares stories and highlights from her life as a performer and devotee of French song, in conversation with Wigmore Hall’s Archivist Emily Woolf. This unique interview interweaves these recollections with m…
 
Mark welcomes filmmaker Alan Zweig into the Classical FM studios for a meandering conversation covering his life experiences, and his award-winning documentaries including "Hurt" "Coppers" "When Jews Were Funny" & "A Hard Name". Alan looks back at fatherhood, his own father, and shares stories from his years driving a cab in Toronto. He also discus…
 
The New Classical FM's Mark Wigmore has repackaged, reimagined and remixed conversations he has had on-air and during the first season of the "Art at the End of the World" podcast for this special set of encore presentations on the Zoomer Podcast Network!Mark sits down with 2020 Juno Award-nominee Ron Davis in his west-end Toronto home for a wide-r…
 
Mark visits Soulpepper Theatre Company for a fascinating conversation with Artistic Director, Weyni Mengesha. Weyni shares her stories of her Royal Ethiopian history, her early exposure to racism and bullying growing up in Vancouver and Scarborough, and what compelled her early on to give voice to those who were not being heard. She also offers ins…
 
We're live in our Atlanta studio with our newest hire, Aaron McWhirter! Aaron, a fresh graduate from the University of Georgia Terry College of Business, takes on his VERY FIRST PODCAST. Listen in as he and our own Hamilton Winters discuss marketing, college, and fashion(?) on this episode of Canned Heat Podcast!…
 
The New Classical FM's Mark Wigmore has repackaged, reimagined and remixed conversations he has had on-air and during the first season of the "Art at the End of the World" podcast for this special set of encore presentations on the Zoomer Podcast Network!Legendary Toronto-born film composer Howard Shore reflects on a life in music. From his early d…
 
Dr. Smith is a Professor of Epidemiology at the Kent State University College of Public Health, which she joined in August 2013. An Ohio native, she previously spent 9 years in the Department of Epidemiology at the University of Iowa College of Public Health, where she directed the College’s Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases. Erik Moses is th…
 
Mark sits down with world-renowned filmmaker and producer Robert Lantos at his Serendipity Studios in midtown Toronto for a conversation about his five decades working within the world of cinema. Robert speaks to Mark about his award-winning film career that boasts over 40 features, including his Oscar and Golden Globe nominated collaborations with…
 
Mark Wigmore has repackaged, reimagined and remixed the first season of Art at the End of the World episodes for this special set of encore presentations on the Zoomer Podcast Network!Toronto International Film Festival Artistic Director and Co-Head Cameron Bailey speaks to Mark about his early years discovering the movies, his first job as a film …
 
Ian Levy is creative editorial director for FanSided.com and manager of the NBA verticals The Step Black and Nylon Calculus. He has previously written for FiveThirtyEight, VICE Sports, Sporting News, and The Cauldron at Sports Illustrated. Michael Hill is the President of Baseball Operations for the Miami Marlins. He served as the General Manager f…
 
Over a year in the making, Mark Wigmore finally sits down with Crow's Theatre Artistic and General Director, Chris Abraham in the Crow's Theatre green room at the Carlaw and Dundas East Toronto location. Chris talks to Mark about the urgently contemporary version of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar that he is currently directing at Crow's Theatre, and s…
 
Mark Wigmore has repackaged, reimagined and remixed the first season of Art at the End of the World episodes for this special set of encore presentations!Theatre, film & television actress Karen Robinson talks to Mark about growing up in Jamaica, learning the craft after her move to Alberta, and thriving with institutions like Canadian Stage, Soulp…
 
Coach Paul Alexander is a 36 year veteran NFL and major college football coach. An Academic All American football player, he began coaching at Penn State, then University of Michigan and Central Michigan before taking on his first NFL coaching assignment with the New York Jets in 1991. For the next 23 years he was the offensive line coach of the Ci…
 
Mark Wigmore returns as host of the "Art at the End of the World". It's the second season for the podcast, but the first distributed and supported by The New Classical FM and The Zoomer Podcast Network! To celebrate, Mark welcomes one of the most talked about names within the world of neoclassical music. Pianist and composer, Alexandra Strliski. He…
 
Seth Walder has been a sports analytics writer at ESPN since 2017, focusing on football and basketball coverage using quantitative metrics. His work includes topics ranging from season projections to player analysis based on NFL Next Gen Stats. He writes for ESPN.com and makes regular appearances across ESPN studio programming. Prior to joining ESP…
 
"We may not have been the best startup that day, but we were the most prepared. They knew I didn't come to play." Ashlee Ammons joins Whitney on the podcast to share how she and her mom, fellow business partner, Kerry Schrader became two of the first black women to raise $1 million in a pitch competition for their company, Mixtroz.…
 
Over the course of four years (excluding 2021) British pianist Christian Blackshaw will be performing the complete cycle of Mozart’s piano sonatas on the composer’s birthday, 27 January. In conversation with music critic and author Jessica Duchen, join Christian to explore the sonatas in this Wigmore Hall podcast. The pair talk about what makes the…
 
Kristin Andree, Chief Strategist with Andree Consulting Group, joins the Canned Heat podcast to share personal branding tips for women in business. Plus, we discuss the launch of her upcoming StrongHER Together Community Groups and how to push past the limits we set for ourselves.
 
The frequently tragic life of the Polish-Jewish-Russian composer Mieczysław Weinberg (1919-1996) did not prevent him from composing prolifically in many forms; important to both his personal life and career was his friendship with Shostakovich, which began during the Second World War and continued until the latter’s death. Ahead of Quatuor Danel’s …
 
The frequently tragic life of the Polish-Jewish-Russian composer Mieczysław Weinberg (1919-1996) did not prevent him from composing prolifically in many forms; important to both his personal life and career was his friendship with Shostakovich, which began during the Second World War and continued until the latter’s death. Ahead of Quatuor Danel’s …
 
Show from 10/16/19 In this episode of Wharton Moneyball our hosts talk with the President of the NFL Players Association, Eric Winston. Today they discuss the NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement. Moreover, who do you have winning the World Series? Next our hosts talk with the Pro Football Focus’s Lead NFL Analyst and Director of Consumer Operations…
 
Show from 10/09/19 In this episode of Wharton Moneyball our hosts talk with ESPN NFL Insider and co-host of ESPN’s daily Fantasy Focus podcast, Field Yates. Are you wondering what mind blowing changes that may occur in fantasy football? Next our hosts talk with the senior data scientist for Pro Football Focus, Eric Eager. They discuss the correlati…
 
Show from 10/02/19 In this episode of Wharton Moneyball our hosts talk with the New York Times best-selling author, journalist, and professional poker player for PokerStars Team Pro, Maria Konnikova. Have you ever thought about what makes a successful poker player? Next our hosts talk with the Director of Research and Development at Baseball Prospe…
 
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