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Ready to get in the best shape of your life? Join NYT Bestselling Author Abel James to upgrade your performance, mental strength, and longevity. Featuring cutting-edge conversations with thought leaders in Performance Nutrition, Intermittent Fasting, Strength Training, Longevity, Mindset, and much more. Winner of 4 awards and rated #1 in Health in 8+ countries with over 50+ million downloads.
 
Abel James of FatBurningMan.com answers your questions and interviews leaders in the paleo, primal, evolutionary, and ancestral field to share secrets about losing fat, building muscle, and improving your health. Join us and have some fun!
 
For a whole year on his train to work, Stig Abell read books from across genres and time periods. Then he wrote about them, and their impact on our culture and his own life. In this brand new podcast, Stig talks to guests about their favourite books and tries to get to the bottom of what makes them so good. Episodes focus on a range of genres, from Crime to Classics, from Poetry to Shakespeare's Plays. It's a lively and funny celebration of the power of words, as well as a guide to discover ...
 
Cyber Security can be a difficult field to not only understand but to also navigate. Joe South is here to help with over 8 years of experience across several domains of security. With this podcast I hope to help more people get into IT and Cyber Security as well as discussing modern day Cyber Security topics you may find in the daily news. Come join us as we learn and grow together!
 
Love is the key word. Love should be the key in everything you do. Each week, James talks to people that he loves and admires about the things they love doing. From songwriters to stylists to tattoo artists to personal trainers, people share the magic behind why they are great at what they do: LOVE!
 
Headstrong is a podcast hosted by actor and producer Louis Strong. In engaging discussions with a variety of well-known individuals in the public eye, not only do we chat about their upbringings, their drives and careers, they also discuss their vulnerabilities to inspire the listener to understand what it means to be Headstrong: to believe in themselves, to talk about their vulnerabilities and reinforce their self-worth. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/headstrongpodcast. Hosted ...
 
For 20 Years, Battea Class Action Services has been the industry leading SECURITIES CLASS ACTION CLAIM FILING & GLOBAL DAMAGE ANALYSIS FIRM. The landscape for U.S. class actions, international securities litigation and securities centric anti-trust litigation has evolved rapidly around the globe. Battea comprises the world’s foremost experts in financial trading technologies and is optimally positioned to help clients navigate the increasingly complex process of obtaining trustworthy informa ...
 
Ever wondered about the lived experiences of individuals and groups of minoritized communities? This Leeds University Business School podcast series focuses on hearing from those in our community who have overcome adversity because of who they are, who advocate and support diversity and inclusion, and/or who can share their knowledge, expertise, and insight of what can be done to become more inclusive. A series of fascinating conversations worth a listen…
 
In this new podcast, Gil Allouche, CEO of Metadata.io, interviews groups of founders and leaders who were instrumental in blazing the path to new software categories. We have conversations about the untold secrets and backroom deals, and learn straight from the entrepreneurs who have built their own categories successfully. This podcast is sponsored by Metadata.io, the first demand generation platform for B2B marketers who need to get closer to revenue.
 
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This week I decided to re-share a past episode with best selling author, podcast host, and health crusader Abel James! Abel’s work has been featured in WIRED Magazine, Paleo Living, and hundreds of media outlets. He also hosts The Fat Burning Man Show Podcast which is one of the top health podcasts out there! In this episode, we discuss Abel's heal…
 
The announcement of the winners of the BBC National Short Story Award and Young Writers’ Award with Cambridge University live from the Radio Theatre at Broadcasting House in London. Joining Tom Sutcliffe to celebrate the imaginative potential of the short story are chair of judges Elizabeth Day, previous winner Ingrid Persaud, and the poet Will Har…
 
This week I discuss a formula to optimize your health and become more productive throughout the day! I got this formula from Craig Ballantyne who is a performance coach and I wanted to share it with you to help develop habits to enrich your life. It is called the 10-3-2-1-0 formula to get more done! Here it is: 10 hours before bed – No more caffein…
 
This week we start our NEW series BREAKTHROUGH. Today Ps Josh Brett teaches us a biblical understanding of what BREAKTHROUGH truly is.Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2kZSBmsStay up to date: http://glowchurch.com.auGlow Church:Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/glowchurchFollow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/glowchurchListen to our Podcast on:…
 
Singer-songwriter John Legend talks about his new double album, Legend, his musical roots and what keeps him creating. Actor Selma Blair discusses her new memoir, her rise to fame in Hollywood, her lifelong struggle with alcohol and her multiple sclerosis diagnosis. Champion fancy dancer and Indigenous Enterprise founder Kenneth Shirley tells us ho…
 
American actress Viola Davis, who has won an Oscar, Emmy and a Tony for her outstanding performances, plays a female warrior in the historical epic The Woman King. Viola Davis and director Gina Prince-Bythewood discuss bringing the story of a 19th Century female general to life. Rona Munro’s trilogy The James Plays were one of the theatrical highli…
 
The Generation Why Podcast released its first episode in 2012 and pioneered the true crime genre in the podcasting world. Two friends, Aaron & Justin, break down theories and give their opinions on unsolved murders, controversies, mysteries and conspiracies. One of the longest running true crime podcasts out there, Generation Why has a little somet…
 
In this episode I talk with Mike McNeil the CEO of FleetDM, a company that is revolutionizing device management. We had a fantastic conversation and I hope everyone enjoys it! If you enjoy the podcast please go leave a review on the platform you listen, like it & share the podcast. You can also follow the podcast on social media at the links below.…
 
Writer, producer and director Kenya Barris talks about his ambitious new animated project with rapper Kid Cudi. Screen legend Julie Andrews shares a few of her favourite things from her Hollywood career. Singer-songwriter Deborah Cox looks back on her incredible career and some of her biggest hits.
 
Visual artist Christi Belcourt talks about her first-ever career retrospective, Uprising: The Power of Mother Earth, and what it's like as a Michif (Métis) artist to be honoured by the institutions she critiques in her work. Author David A. Robertson talks about his graphic novel trilogy, The Reckoner Rises, and why he wanted to create a teen super…
 
In this episode, I interview Peak Performance Coach, Naeem Mahmood! We discussed Naeem's experience of working with Anthony Robbins along with many other topics related to overall peak performance, including: - how to perform your best on a daily basis - keys to an optimal routine - creating results for daily wins - and his one tip to become a prod…
 
Artist Samson Kambalu talks to Shahidha Bari about his sculpture Antelope, a thought provoking commentary on colonialism which has just been unveiled on Trafalgar Square's fourth plinth.Period gangster drama Peaky Blinders has been turned into a ballet by dance company Rambert. As it opens in Birmingham, Rambert Dance's Helen Shute explains how the…
 
In part 1 of our series on British explorer James Cook, we look at the man's younger years, plus his life in the Royal Navy - focusing on his time in the Seven Years' War, and several years surveying the coast of Newfoundland. We'll finish with Cook being appointed to command the HMS Endeavour - which will be the beginnings of one of the most famou…
 
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…
 
Actor Luke Macfarlane discusses his starring role in the new rom-com Bros and how the film represents the nuance of gay relationships on the big screen. Writer and actor Ian Shaw talks about stepping into the role of his real-life father, Robert Shaw, in his new play The Shark is Broken, which depicts the behind-the-scenes drama on the set of the m…
 
Singer-songwriter Jessie Reyez talks about her new album, Yessie, and the personal growth she's been through that led her to make her most vulnerable music yet. Singer-songwriter Robbie Williams looks back on his legendary career and tells us why he wanted to revisit his biggest hits with the help of a full orchestra on his new album, XXV. Broadway…
 
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…
 
In the last two episodes we discussed the importance of nutrient-dense foods but we also need to make it a habit to avoid ultra-processed, highly palatable foods in order to make a huge difference in our overall health. I think we need to avoid foods that quickly spike insulin and blood glucose levels without providing any substantial nutrition in …
 
Pavement's Stephen Malkmus looks back on the band's history and tells us why now felt like the right time for a reunion tour. Dreams in Vantablack director Ian Keteku and poet Libin Ahmed talk about the power of poetry to change perceptions. Musician Daniela Gesundheit discusses Alphabet of Wrongdoing, her new album of reimagined Jewish ceremonial …
 
How do we cling to God even when life is tough? How do we learn to understand and interpret scripture, even when we have questions? Join Ps Joel A’Bell, as he breaks down what it looks like to cling to God in all circumstances.Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2kZSBmsStay up to date: http://glowchurch.com.auGlow Church:Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.c…
 
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…
 
In this episode I talk with Adrianus Warmenhoven who is a Defensive Strategist at Nord Security. We had a fantastic conversation and I hope everyone enjoys it! If you enjoy the podcast please go leave a review on the platform you listen, like it & share the podcast. You can also follow the podcast on social media at the links below. Follow the Podc…
 
Canadian icon Shania Twain discusses her new documentary Not Just a Girl, her climb to fame and her battle with Lyme disease. Nigerian Canadian comedian Ola Dada tells us how mining his immigrant experience gave him the confidence to reach the semifinals of Canada's Got Talent and record his first comedy album. Québécois playwright Olivier Choinièr…
 
In July 2016, 42-year-old spouses Dawn Whitely Armstrong and Antonio Armstrong Sr. were shot and killed in their suburban Houston, Texas townhome, with their middle son, 16-year-old Antonio Armstrong Jr., the only suspect. Following a mistrial, the defense fought to introduce an alternative perpetrator theory at retrial, which is scheduled to begin…
 
This week I interviewed the owner of Optimising Nutrition, Marty Kendall! This is Marty's second appearance on the podcast, so don't forget to go back and listen to episode 16 with Marty in case you missed it! In this episode, we discussed: - the importance of consuming foods with high nutrient density - how minerals play a crucial role in your hea…
 
Da'Vine Joy Randolph talks about her new film, On the Come Up, and her own come up that saw her move from opera singer to scene-stealing actor. Dancer and choreographer Peggy Baker tells us about her decision to retire after 50 years of innovating contemporary dance in Canada — and why she wanted to try something completely new with her final produ…
 
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…
 
In this episode I talk with Dimitri Sirota the CEO of BigID. If you enjoy the podcast please go leave a review on the platform you listen, like it & share the podcast. You can also follow the podcast on social media at the links below. Follow the Podcast on Social Media! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/secunfpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.c…
 
Rapper Black Thought of The Tonight Show's house band The Roots discusses Cheat Codes, his new solo album with producer Danger Mouse. Comedian Atsuko Okatsuka talks about her comedy journey, finding fame on TikTok and how she's feeling as she prepares to record her first HBO stand-up special. Drag queens Trixie and Katya talk about headlining this …
 
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…
 
Musician Kenny Loggins talks about his new memoir, Still Alright, which shares the highs and lows of his five-decade career, ranging from the early days of Loggins and Messina to his favourite rock collaborations. Filmmaker Jason Loftus discusses his animated documentary Eternal Spring about a group of Chinese activists who risked their lives to ha…
 
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 …
 
Adding beef liver into your life could be a game changer for your health! In this episode, I discuss why adding in some beef liver could help your skin become clearer, help you gain more energy and even build muscle! I touch on some of the essential nutrients that help make the liver one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet! Most people a…
 
Who really is Jesus? How can one name spark both conversation and controversy all throughout history? Join Ps Julia A'Bell, as she introduces you to her Jesus.Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2kZSBmsStay up to date: http://glowchurch.com.auGlow Church:Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/glowchurchFollow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/glowchurch…
 
The Breakfast Club's Anthony Michael Hall talks about revisiting John Hughes's '80s classic in his new movie, The Class, which sees him play the authoritarian principal instead of the nerd. Actor André Dae Kim tells us how his breakout role on Degrassi prepared him to star in another young adult institution, Vampire Academy. Artist Audie Murray dis…
 
In part 2 of our series, Abel Tasman wraps up his first voyage of discovery, then undertakes a second expedition - this time exploring the area between New Guinea and Australia. The Explorers Podcast is part of the Airwave Media Network: www.airwavemedia.com Interested in advertising on the Explorers Podcast? Email us at sales@advertisecast.com Lea…
 
In this episode I talk with Mathieu Gorge the CEO of Vigitrust about emerging threats in the world and how Vigitrust can help prepare an organization to better prepare and respond to those threats. We had a fantastic conversation and I hope everyone enjoys it! If you enjoy the podcast please go leave a review on the platform you listen, like it & s…
 
This week I interviewed the inventor of the Brain Speed Ball, Trent McEntire! Trent’s mission is to deliver his methods and tools to children who struggle with focus; seniors who have lost their balance and mobility, individuals experiencing neurological conditions; and athletes who have suffered concussions and injuries. The Fire Up Your Brain pro…
 
Montreal's Emily Hampshire talks about her latest film, The End of Sex, and her career journey from working as a child actor to starring on Schitt's Creek. Director Brett Morgen discusses his new David Bowie documentary, Moonage Daydream, and how he tapped into the artist's creative spirit after he had a heart attack while making the film. Our pane…
 
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…
 
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