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Broadcast legend Anneka Rice joins Sunday Times Wine Columnist Will Lyons to share their love of wine and travel with a host of special guests. They’ll be pulling the cork and twisting the screw cap on some of their favourite bottles as they embark on a free-flowing series through the many minds, lives and worlds inspired by the wine route. So pull up a chair, pour yourself a glass and sit back for a grape inspired podcast full of laughter, lively conversation and interesting wine. Wine Time ...
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Host Mary Killelea interviews guests who share their career insights for the next generation of women in business and tech. On the 2BBolder Podcast, you will hear inspiring stories of how successful women in business and tech have worked hard to build great careers. Learn about their passions, their journey, their challenges, and their advice to the next generation of women. The 2B Bolder Podcast is designed to provide you first-hand access to some amazing women. Guests will include women fr ...
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Conversations with people about things we all need to be talking bout. Sometimes it is the most ordinary people who are actually the extraordinary ones. In this podcast we talk about lots of inequalities in our society and globally and how we can try and change it. To hear more or get in touch please email faithandequalitypodcast@gmail.com would love to hear from you.
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Hosted by professional matchmaker, Abby Rosenblum, The Ghosted Podcast is a show about making dating fun again. We talk to dating experts, real clients and single people from around the world in pursuit of finding love!
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Welcome to Little Pudding Bake Chat! This is a podcast for bakers, cakers and eaters, where journalist turned baker, Larissa Huntington of Little Pudding, chats to amazing bakers about their work and how it fits into their lives. Whether you bake for work or just because you love it, this show is an ear to the baking community and the conversations we're having. You'll hear relatable stories, learn a few things, have a laugh and get to know the bakers you've admired through cookbooks, TV and ...
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Unlikely as it sounds Anneka Rice has long been part of a small painting group run by the extraordinary artist, Maggi Hambling. Over the years they've developed a strong bond. As Maggi puts it, the painting group is 'like family' to her. In this special episode of Open Country, Anneka travels to Suffolk to find out more about the county that has in…
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What if your career transformation could start today? This episode of the 2B Bolder podcast promises to inspire and empower as we feature Vikki Espinosa, a career strategist and leadership transformation coach. Vikki's story is a testament to career growth possibilities, from her beginnings as a secretary to her influential roles in finance and hum…
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Wiltshire has more chalk hill figures than any other county in the UK, with no fewer than eight white horses carved into its rolling hills. They're all slightly different, and were carved into the hillsides at different times, often to mark an important occasion such as the coronation of Queen Victoria. In this programme, Helen Mark visits some of …
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Martha Kearney visits Whitstable to discover the fascinating and mysterious story behind Guy Maunsell’s sea forts at Shivering Sands. Built in the second world war as air defences, these towers can still be seen from the shoreline, although they are now in a state of disrepair. Martha discovers their incredible and strange history. Once home to up …
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Episode 108 of the 2B Bolder Podcast features Anne Shoemaker, an empowering career strategist and executive coach. With over 20 years of experience, Anne has dedicated her career to guiding women into leadership roles across various industries. As the founder of a WBENC-Certified Women Business Enterprise, she brings a wealth of knowledge and a pro…
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Martha Kearney is in Cambridge to explore wildlife at night. She takes an evening trip on a punt to see and hear the creatures which come out after the tourists have gone to home bed. She learns about the bats which at this time of year are just emerging from hibernation - hungry and on the hunt for insects. They swoop low over the waters of the Ca…
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Martha Kearney explores the shifting sands of Gibraltar Point on the Lincolnshire coast, to witness the effects of beach erosion on both birds and people. At Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve, wardens go to extraordinary lengths to protect shore-nesting birds from habitat loss caused by beach erosion. They build wooden platforms for the nests…
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In Episode #107, I had the pleasure of interviewing Alysia Silberg. Alysia is a dynamic voice in the world of AI! 🌟 Alysia is a bestselling author, investor, and visionary founder of Unemployable AI. With over 30,000 LinkedIn followers, she’s a leading figure in AI renowned for her innovative approach and ability to seize marketplace opportunities.…
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Helen Mark is in Dorset to investigate the county's ancient sunken roads, known as holloways. They're deep, steep-sided tracks formed when soft rock erodes and are often overtopped by a canopy of trees. The erosion over centuries creates remarkable, often otherworldly spaces, that come with their own unique flora and fauna. On her trip to the Symon…
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Jude Piesse moved to Shrewsbury in Shropshire when her job changed, but it was only when she went for a walk alongside the river near her new house that she discovered she was living beside what had once been the garden where Charles Darwin spent his childhood. Much of the original 7 acres of the garden has been built on, but the original house, Th…
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Meghan Peterson joins us on episode 106 of the 2B Bolder Podcast. She is a marketing powerhouse whose career journey is just getting started and is one of inspiration. Starting in product marketing at Intel, she's navigated and excelled in the complex corporate landscape. She's earning her master's degree at Kellogg School of Management, specializi…
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Martha Kearney hears stories of recovery from the Firth of Forth. First, she takes to the water with guide Maggie Sheddan and skipper John McCarter to explore the iconic Bass Rock, a volcanic island just beyond the shores of North Berwick in East Lothian. A decade ago, Bass Rock became the world’s largest colony of Northern gannets, home to over 75…
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Up until the 1970s, postmen and women in rural areas walked their delivery rounds - taking routes through the hills dubbed "postal paths". Some routes, and fragments of others, still survive today. In this programme Helen Mark explores one of them, near the village of Shap in Cumbria, with author Alan Cleaver who is writing a book about these old p…
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Lots of you will recognise Adam Miller from the final of the Great Australian Bake Off last year, where he narrowly missed out on taking home the fancy cake stand to his good mate Laura Foo. During his time in that most fabulous of baking tents, Adam turned out literal show stoppers like his Margarita Cake and his take on the classic from every goo…
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The Broomway has been dubbed the “deadliest footpath in Britain”, claiming more than a hundred lives. Helen Mark takes a cautious walk along this treacherous Essex seapath with Peter Carr and John Burroughs from the Foulness Island Heritage Centre. She’ll hear how people can easily become disoriented on the vast mud flats and tragically caught out …
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Eli is a clinical phycologist and the co founder and CEO of Kids Matter. A charity working to reduce impact of poverty on children and equip parents. We talked about the rise in mental health diagnosis of young people, rising child poverty, permissive parenting and what every parents need to be thinking about. To find out more about the charity, Ki…
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In episode #105 of the 2B Bolder podcast, you will hear a transparent and motivational episode featuring Anneka Gupta, the Chief Product Officer at Rubrik, a leading Zero Trust Data Security Company™. Anneka's career spans over a decade in the product and SaaS domain. The episode covers: Anneka's start into tech and SaaS Details about her role at R…
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Rose Ferraby joins geologist Dr Claire Cousins, visual artist Ilana Halperin and art historian Dr Catriona McAra as they explore the artistic and scientific terrains of both Orkney and the planet Mars. From the windswept Orcadian cliffs to the Martian landscape, they discover the surprising similarities of these two locations and explore how both s…
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Episode #104 of the 2B Bolder podcast features Sylvia Ann Hewlett, a distinguished author, economist, and advocate for diversity and inclusion. Dr. Hewlett is CEO of Hewlett Consulting Partners and founded The Center for Talent Innovation, which today is called COQUA, where she is still actively engaged as Chief Emeritus, a groundbreaking think tan…
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Canadian baking superstars Jenna and Ashley of Jenna Rae Cakes recently visited Australia to teach some workshops, bringing their signature fun flavours and decorating style to Cakers Warehouse. I caught up with them while they were in Sydney to chat about their business, their career "pinch me" moments, their second cookbook and how they planned t…
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Episode #103 of the 2B Bolder podcast features Kristin Widing, director of leadership experience at Intel. In this role, she oversees exec-only programming and events, manager development, new executive onboarding, and integration, as well as manages several career and community-building programs. Join us as Kristin shares her fascinating career tr…
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Jules talks about Jules's journey with anxiety and how she has found tools, and created a course to help others. She talks about what anxiety is, how to manage panic attacks, fear and negative thoughts. How we can change the way we think. How do faith and anxiety work together.
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In episode #102 of the 2B Bolder Podcast, we feature the well-respected artist and AI thought leader April Brown. Using her lifelong practice as an artist, she has been focusing on artistic development using AI and consulting for organizations who need help understanding how AI can be leveraged in marketing and sales organizations. April also gives…
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UK home baker, Thida Bevington, says she is drawn to beauty, but on most days, it is she who provides small moments of beauty for her devoted Instagram followers through her baking, her ocean swims and her walks through the English countryside. In episode 22 of @littlepuddingpodcast, Thida chats about practising to perfect her piping skills (and st…
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In episode #101 of the 2B Bolder Podcas, Raechel Frick tells it like it is. Raechel is a leader in the tech industry, currently at Amazon Web Services as the Head of Storage and Observability Partner Marketing. Raechel has an impressive track record, from her time at Intel Corporation, building and launching the Cross Portfolio Competitive Marketin…
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A good macaron is a beautiful thing - the delicate crack of the shell, the slight chew, the velvety ganache or rich caramel that lifts the whole experience to another level. Like a lot of French patisserie, they can be tricky to master but Jath from The Sugar Hobby has not only perfected them, she has turned them into an art form. From her favourit…
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Over the centuries the River Quoile has carried Vikings, steam ships and cargoes of coal and timber from as far afield as the Baltic and Canada. Today it's a river for leisure pursuits – popular with canoeists, anglers and wildlife enthusiasts. Cadogan Enright is a councillor, environmental campaigner and chairman of the local canoe club. He takes …
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Today’s special guest is… WINE! Will and Anneka round off the series with their focus firmly on the star of the series. Will introduces three wines, one from the past, one from the present, and perhaps a taste of the future? Plus, Anneka looks back on the best bottles from the series and together they choose which guest they’d most like to travel w…
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🎉 A milestone in the making - ENJOY listening to the 100th episode of the 2B Bolder Podcast featuring Alaina Percival, Co-founder of Women Who Code. Under Alaina's leadership as CEO, Women Who Code went from being an idea to serving over 343,000 members in 147 countries. Alaina is a pioneer in the industry and an advocate for women in tech globally…
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Bernard Bishop has lived and worked on the Cley marshes for his whole life. It's the Norfolk Wildlife Trust's oldest reserve and home to a plethora of birdlife, sealife and grazing saltmarsh cattle. Bernard and his family have been cutting reeds to be used for thatching from the marsh for five generations and counting. Bernard talks to Ruth Sanders…
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Kylie Richards, co-founder of Cake Decorating Central, has seen a lot of changes in the cake industry in nearly two decades of running the business. But while trends and gadgets come and go, Kylie says the customers (many who've become friends) are why she loves her work, even the ones who bring in cakes requiring emergency surgery! In this chat, K…
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Will and Anneka are joined by Hugh Dennis, star of Outnumbered and Mock the Week, as they sip their way around South Africa. Hugh impresses Will, as he turns out to be quite the curious student of wine. And Anneka, an unashamed fan of Outnumbered, wants to know what the timeless BBC sitcom was like to work on. Wine 1: 2022 Chardonnay, Hamilton Russ…
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For over two decades presenter and wildlife expert Philippa Forrester has lived in a house with a river flowing through the garden. It's home to an abundance of species including Kingfisher, Mink and Egrets, and it's been the backdrop to a remarkable period of time when Philippa helped raise two orphaned otter cubs ready to be released back into th…
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Discussing and decanting with Anneka and Will is Paralympian and Crossbench Peer in the House of Lords, Tanni Grey-Thompson. As well as three great wines to taste from New Zealand, Tanni reveals that she has a lifetime supply of wine, Will shares how Sauvignon Blanc came to be and Anneka falls in love with a New Zealand red. Wine 1: 2023 Sauvignon …
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"In the winter when the snow is there it's a different world, escaping into the silence. It has a hint of the forbidding too because you feel you're going on true adventures." Andrew Cotter. It's almost two years now since Iain Cameron and Andrew Cotter took producer Miles Warde on a lengthy summer mountain hike. They all agreed they'd love to come…
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Derry/Londonderry has a conflicted past but is fiercely loved and celebrated by its inhabitants. In the 21st century, it's shaping a new identity and redefining itself. The success of the hit TV sitcom 'Derry Girls' has breathed new life into the civic vision of the city and its surrounding landscape, shining a global spotlight on a place so often …
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Anneka and Will are joined by Michel Roux Jr. for three jaw dropping French wines. Michel is the chef patron of Le Gavroche, the first restaurant in the UK to receive one, two and then three Michelin stars. As he closes the doors to his historic restaurant for the final time, Michel explains his future plans. And Anneka is seriously impressed with …
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Happy New Year Bakers! This is a big ol' buffet of my favourite moments from Season 1 of Bake Chat. It's a Mad Hatter's Tea Party in here and I love it! In order: 1.32 Tilly @tillys_table 3.28 Amy @amy_minichiello_ 5.03 Kate @rarerollingobject 13.28 Rachel @fortytwocakes 19.23 Erin @thegreatmarburgbakeoff 20.31 Charlotte @charlotteree 23.25 Jen @me…
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Jenny Eclair, the trailblazing comedian, joins Anneka and Will for a tour of Greek wines (with a brief detour to Hungary). Will gives a surprising lesson in how the Ancient Greeks enjoyed wine, Anneka amusingly bemoans restaurant wine menu formats and Jenny rethinks her usual aversion to all things sweet as she sips a mouth watering dessert wine. W…
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Anneka Rice’s favourite place on earth is the Isle of Wight. As an accomplished and enthusiastic painter, its landscape and atmosphere have inspired her art for as long as she can remember. And she’s not alone. On today’s Open Country, Anneka sets out to discover why the island is one of the most creative places in the UK, famous for attracting poe…
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Discussing and decanting with Anneka and Will is the Blur bassist, farmer and award-winning artisan cheesemaker, Alex James. As well as three great wines to taste Alex reveals his wackiest rider requirements, Will questions whether you should have sparkling wine over ice and Anneka discovers her new favourite pairing with cheese… frazzles. Wine 1: …
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Helen Mark joins a group of asylum seekers as they help with a tree-planting project in Denbighshire. She hears how - without a car, and with rural buses both scarce and expensive - refugees rarely get access to the countryside. The group of people she meets have travelled to Wales from Liverpool for the day, but come originally from all over the w…
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Postman turned politician Alan Johnson clinks glasses with Will at Cheltenham’s Literature Festival. They muse over the influence of The Beatles, the joys of writing thriller novels and Alan reflects on Prime Ministers of the past drinking habits. Wine 1: 2021 Sauvignon Gris, Chateau Le Coin Wine 2: 2018 L'Epiphanie de Sauternes, Bordeaux, France A…
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On episode #99 of the 2B Bolder Podcast, I dive deep into B2B influencer marketing with Lucinda Henry. Lucinda is an award-winning, industry-recognized marketing strategist and a long-time supporter of this podcast; she brings her wealth of experience and creative prowess to our show. Topics covered include: - Demystifying B2B Influence: Lucinda br…
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The rural landscapes of Gloucestershire have inspired many classical composers - including Herbert Howells, Gerald Finzi, Ralph Vaughan Williams and Ivor Gurney, to name just a few. In this programme, Rose Ferraby finds out about the links between landscape and music and learns about the extraordinary cluster of composers who were associated with G…
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Sally Rodgers from electronic musical duo ‘A Man Called Adam’ takes us to the Headland of Hartlepool to explore the landscape, culture and history which has inspired her music. As part of Wintertide Festival, the artists of the area have created installations, art and music inspired by their fishing heritage. We hear about the songs of the ‘gutter …
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Anneka and Will listen admiringly to the smooth voice of actor and musician, Clarke Peters, as they sip luscious wines from Portugal. Clarke recounts tales of trial and error from his vegetable garden in the Algarve. While Anneka reminisces about her many visits to Clarke’s dressing room in the 1980s. Wine 1: 2022 Arquipélago, Açores, Portugal 12.5…
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Welcome to another empowering episode of the 2B Bolder Podcast! On episode #98, we were fortunate to have Camille Mercier, the CEO of Spirit Mountain Casino, on the show. As a trailblazer in the casino industry, she takes us on her journey from her early days at Spirit Mountain Casino in 1996 to her current role as CEO. In this episode, Camille sha…
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Will and Anneka are celebrating 50 years of the Sunday Times Wine Club. And what a way to do it! At a live event held at Times HQ in London, readers and guests sipped a selection of wines chosen by 12 very discerning columnists. In this bonus episode, we hear about some of those selections, straight from the columnists’ mouths. Anneka and Will were…
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Anneka and Will sip their way through wines from America with filmmaking royalty, Paul Feig. The director of Bridesmaids talks of how, as a kid, he always longed for adulthood. Nothing represented that more than sipping on cocktails and wine. And everyone was pleased with Will’s US selections. Wine 1: 2019 Au Bon Climat, La Bauge Pinot Noir, Santa …
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