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The Richardson Institute is the oldest Peace Studies centre in the UK and was established in 1959 in the spirit of the Quaker scientist, Lewis Fry Richardson. The Richardson Institute is an interdisciplinary forum for research on peace and conflict based within the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at Lancaster University. Run by Dr Simon Mabon, the Institute has a number of podcasts available on this channel. The first is SEPADPod, part of SEPAD, the Sectarianism, Proxies and ...
 
It's back! BYC, New Zealand's most celebrated and feared specialty cricket podcast, has strapped on the pads for another season. Join Jason Hoyte, Paul Ford, Dylan Cleaver and a range of dubious guests for those unmistakable sounds and smells of summer. Join us for such cutting-edge debates as "What's sexier, a well-oiled Duncan Fearnley Magnum or a Polyarmoured Slazenger V12?"
 
STATION F is the world's biggest startup campus, with more than 1000 startups working on-site. Located in Paris, STATION F gathers all the services an entrepreneur might need under one roof, including 40+ VC funds, 30+ public administrations, and mentorship offices by leading tech companies like Apple, Google, AWS, and OVH. We are here to help bring ambitious ideas to life and, in this bi-monthly podcast, you'll be able to meet some of the most brilliant entrepreneurs at STATION F and beyond ...
 
The Quickie Podcast for Graphic Designers is a damn good show where host Dave Hopkins interviews talented Graphic Designers, Illustrators, and Creative Directors, quickly - usually 30 minutes or less. Hear from freelancers to creatives at world-renown businesses and agencies, about their wins, their fails, lessons learned, what inspires them, and the story about how they even got there. Subscribe to be entertained and inspired by each guest's unique journey. Plus who doesn’t love a good quic ...
 
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[Part 1 with Marie Ekeland] 01:03 — Introduction of 2050, Marie Ekeland’s new fund 02:10 — The structure and incentives of 2050, an evergreen fund 04:47 — Why 2050 gets away from a traditional VC partnership model 05:40 — The power of finance on the economy 06:25 — The kind of companies in which 2050 invests 09:46 — What kind of investments does 20…
 
In the latest episode, the guys go over the Black Caps victory in the 1st T20 against Australia, review an article written by the Aussie media and discuss the recent IPL auction. The panel also goes over the coaching issue in Sri Lanka, respond to your correspondence and Dylan Cleaver inspects the historic grains of the famous Duncan Fearnley Magnu…
 
This weeks guest is the Founder, Creative Director, and Unicorn at SNASK, Fredrick Öst. This is a brilliant conversation full of great stories. @snasksthlm If you haven't heard of SNASK, go check them out and you will never forget it. The agency has so much personality and fun creativity throughout. Fredrick shares stories with us about his early D…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Christiana Parreira, a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Near Eastern Studies at Princeton University. Christiana is the author of a number of pieces on governance and not-governing in Lebanon and Iraq. On this episode, Simon and Christiana speak about the ways in which local institut…
 
In this special episode, New Zealand's Premier Sports Journalist Paul Ford has a chat with Australian cricketer Kane Richardson about their upcoming T20 Series against the Black Caps, what he does in his off time and who to look out for from the Australian team.By The Alternative Commentary Collective
 
This weeks guest is Chris Logsdon. He is a Graphic Designer, and Branding Director at the SASHA Group in New York City. Also, don't miss his 'daily whatzit' on his Instagram @iam_lgd During this episode we talk about: -how he grew up as an Air Force kid and moved around a lot. -the 10th grade fine arts teacher and how he influenced his career direc…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Sinem Cengiz, journalist, diplomatic correspondent, PhD student, and author of 'Turkish-Saudi Relations: Cooperation and Competition in the Middle East' published by Gerlach Press in 2020. Sinem has published a range of different articles, chapters and news stories on Gulf politics over the past decade.…
 
IPOs or acquisitions? When it comes to exit strategies, going public remains less celebrated in Europe. Most startups imagine huge barriers to listing...but is it really that complicated? In this episode, we learn more about the pros and cons of doing an IPO with Camille Leca, COO Listing at Euronext, and Odd Sverre Østlie, CEO at Pexip, a videocon…
 
In the latest episode, the guys go over the latest calculations for the World Test Championship Final, talk about the playoffs of the Super Smash and Paul Ford has a new initiative called the ‘Born Too Early XI', a T20 side made up of players who retired before T20 existed. Plus, comedian and cricket tragic Ben Hurley also joins us to talk nachos, …
 
This weeks guest is Patrick Richardson. He is a Graphic Designer and Illustrator working as January Began out of Fort Collins CO. During this episode we talk about: -how he was always drawing as a kid, including dinosaurs in church. -the odd design course that he took that ended up really showing him what design was. -his experience and struggle wi…
 
On this special episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Edward Wastnidge, Lawrence Rubin and Banafsheh Keynoush about the new Biden administration’s approach to the Middle East and how key states in the region might respond. With a focus on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (the Iranian nuclear deal), regional security, scope for diplomacy and r…
 
In this episode of the BYC Podcast, the guys celebrate NZ making the World Test Championship Final via Australia’s default of the South African Test Series, go over the Super Smash table and discuss Ham & Cheese Toasty-Gate. Also, whether the Black Caps should be looking at the rising talent for the upcoming Australian T20 Series or if the old head…
 
This weeks guest is Phil from H.E. Creative. He is a brilliant punk-themed designer and illustrator and has a gem of a story to share. @hecreative During this episode we talk about: -Phils fun story behind their success. Working with small local businesses, to rap stars, then back to small local businesses. -how his art teachers in school cleary sa…
 
In this special episode, it’s been 40 years to the day since New Zealand took the field at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, to take on a fierce Australian side lead by Greg Chappell, by the end of the night they would have just finished playing in one of the most infamous cricket matches in history, the underarm gameThe BYC are joined by New Zealand C…
 
Last April, the world's leading accelerator Y Combinator announced that it would be going virtual for its S20 batch. One batch later, we interview YC President Geoff Ralston to learn about the difference that going remote has made. It turns out that there are more pros than cons: YC partners were able to work with companies in over 15 time zones, c…
 
In this episode of the BYC Podcast, the guys talk about the recently announced Tour of England, the form of Adam Milne and Colin Munro in the Big Bash and who is looking promising in the Super Smash... Also, comedian and cricket fanatic Dai Henwood drops us a line to talk Australian cricket, what he got out of watching Jeremy Coney’s VHS and which …
 
This weeks guest is Bryce Reyes. He is a Design-ustrator out of Corona CA. @bryrey During this episode we talk about: -the early days when he would write and illustrate adventure stories. -how he almost gave up on college, but something got him back excited about it. -the last-ditch class that showed him design is a real job. -the t-shirt artwork t…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Jeffrey G. Karam, assistant professor of political science at the Lebanese American University. Jeffrey is also an Associate at the Middle East Initiative at Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.Jeffrey is the author of numerous articles on intelligence, 1958 in the M…
 
In this episode of the BYC Podcast, the guys celebrate the amazing finish between India and Australia, discuss the Super Smash so far and figure out whether an Australia story ranking the ‘Top 100 Cricket Wags’ is real or not in 'News or Ruse' (spoiler alert, it 100% is). The guys also chat to “The Stud” Jimmy Neesham about his summer of cricket, h…
 
This weeks guest is Brennan Burling from Wildfire Creative Studio. He is a brand designer and strategist out of Omaha, NE. @wildfire_creative_studio During this episode we talk about: -how he grew up in a small town and graduated with the same 27 people he started Kindergarten with. -his rad 70year old Grandma learning photoshop. -how he originally…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Mustafa Menshawy, Post Doctoral Fellow at SEPAD and Lancaster University. Mustafa is the newest member of SEPAD and the author of Leaving the Muslim Brotherhood (2020), and State, Memory and Egypt's Victory in the 1973 War (2017). On this episode Simon and Mustafa talk about journalism, covering the Ara…
 
Sequoia Capital has landed in Europe. Last September, Silicon Valley's premier venture capital firm set up shop in London with Luciana Lixandru at its head. With COVID aside, why make this move in 2020? Sequoia has previously invested in European companies like UiPath, Unity, and Klarna — why the need for a physical base? In this episode, we dive i…
 
The guys are back for 2021! In this episode, the guys go over the Black Caps clean sweep of Pakistan, react to draw in Australia and the Australians go back to their old ways of being dickheads. Also, Jase tells us who has become his least favourite Australian player and we go over some listener questions on the Test Championship and how to become …
 
This weeks guest is Dylan Menke. He is a Logo and Brand Designer from Des Moines Iowa. During this episode we talk about: -how his original career direction was on the engineering path. -the Aaron Draplin presentation he attended that lit his design fire. -the design history project that opened his eyes to what and who came before him. -the feedbac…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Abduhladi Alijla, post doctoral fellow at the Orient Institute in Beirut. Abdulhadi is also co-leader of Global Migration and Human Rights at Global Young Academy and co-founder of Palestine Young Academy, amongst other activities, Abdulhadi is the author of a number of articles and the fabulous book Tr…
 
This weeks guest is Laura Prpich. She is the talented creative behind Caribou Creative working out of Courtney/Comox on Vancouver Island in beautiful BC. @cariboucreative During this episode we talk about: -her rural Saskatchewan roots and how her family was very musically creative. -the nonchalant comment that led to her pursuit of graphic design.…
 
In this episode of the BYC Podcast, the guys talk to Comedian Brendhan Lovegrove about his love of cricket, having Dermot Reeve as his babysitter and what it was like opening the batting with the one and only Jason Hoyte in high school... The guys also go over some of the correspondence they have been receiving and answer the question of who would …
 
Today, agriculture is among the greatest contributors to global warming, emitting more greenhouse gases than the transportation industry, with methane released from cattle rearing largely responsible. Yet, by 2050, food production needs to increase by 70% to respond to population growth. This discrepancy means that we are in dire need of a new food…
 
In this episode, the guys react to Australia’s pantsing of the Indians in their 1st Test, they break down the T20 series against Pakistan and look forward to what we might expect in the Tests. Dylan Cleaver also gives us his 'Bat of the Month' and the guys go over what they would like to get for Christmas from the cricketing universe.Black Caps coa…
 
This weeks guest is Jamie Wheeler from Jamie Wheeler Design out of Baltimore ML. She is also the creator of her design educating alter ego Mrs. Wheeler. During this episode we talk about: -the story behind design educating Mrs. Wheeler. -working for an agency where she realized she wasn't happy and needed to make the leap to freelance. -the one thi…
 
In this episode, the guys go over the Black Caps dominating win over the West Indies, predict potential changes to the Test team moving forward and try to figure out what Pakistan side will turn up to NZ...Plus, they also chat to Glenn Phillips aka Captain Phillips about his amazing form this summer, his brother who plays for Otago and the meaning …
 
This weeks guest is Jorel Dray. He is an Instructor of Graphic Design at Madison College, Creative Director at Levee Labs, and recent TEDx Speaker out of Madison WI. During this episode we talk about: -the phrase his mom would say to him to inspire creativity. -the class that really lit his fire for graphic design. -his time at one place of work an…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon and Eddie talk through SEPAD's 2020. From a wonderful event with POMEPS at Chatham House to moving online, it's been a challenging year but one that has still been rather productive. Here are some of the things mentioned: Ten Years On conference: https://www.sepad.org.uk/event/10-years-on-sepad-conference Open Univ…
 
Bailey Richardson grew the early community at Instagram, where she was one of the first employees. She interviewed hundreds of extraordinary community leaders and co-authored a book on how to build communities today (called "Get Together"). Currently a partner at People & Company, she coaches organizations on how to get their people together. Baile…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Zeynep Kaya, Senior Teaching Fellow in the Department of Development Studies at SOAS. Zeynep is the author of the wonderful Mapping Kurdistan: Territory, Self-Determination and Nationalism, published by Cambridge University Press in the summer of 2020. On this episode, Simon and Zeynep talk about her ne…
 
In this episode of the BYC Podcast, the guys break down the Black Caps dismantling of the West Indies in the 1st Test, how to potentially restructure the Test side and discuss the controversial rulings in the Aussie & India T20s. They also answer some listener's correspondence around how to fix your shadow batting if you have fallen out of form...…
 
This weeks guest is Stephen Doulas. He is a graphic designer based out of Chicago IL. If I had to pick a theme for this episode it would be "hard work and just keep going". During this episode we talk about: -how he came from an artistic creative family and his first day of freshman year. -how learning about Aaron Draplin @draplin and Jessica Walsh…
 
In this episode, the guys break down the T20 series, look through the depth of NZ cricket moving into the Test matches and discuss the passing of Kiwi cricket icon Ross Dykes, including the time Dylan Cleaver had to run away from him.They also go over the 'African Born XI', Craig McMillan's failed run as Captain, Graham Swan's singing attempt and g…
 
This weeks guest is Trench Brady. He is a Production and Experiential Designer working with Tallen Technologies in New York. He has worked on projects for Disney, Hasbro, Wizards of the Coast, Macys, Yahoo!, TED Talks and more. During this episode we talk about: -how he did not have a very creative childhood and originally was pursuing a more acade…
 
With teams spread across the planet and international expansion on every startup's roadmap, understanding and working with cultural differences has never been so relevant as in today's business world. In this episode, we learn how to navigate cultural differences with Erin Meyer, author of "The Culture Map: Breaking Through the Invisible Boundaries…
 
This is the Graphic Designer Christmas Gift Guide for 2020 by Dave at The Quickie Podcast! I spoke with designer friends, put down a few things I had my eyes on, and had a blast putting this list together. G.A.R.M Company - A wicked platform full of awesome digital resources and tools for you. Check it out here to have 20% off applied. http://garmc…
 
In this episode, the guys answer some listener questions on the upcoming T20 series against the West Indies, go over the greatest ever Test comeback in Black Caps history and Dylan Cleaver gives us the rundown on the Gray Nicolls Scoop...Plus, Black Caps' rising star Kyle Jamieson joins the podcast to chat about his flying start to the Plunket Shie…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Dylan Baun, Assistant Professor of History at The University of Alabama in Huntsville. Dylan is the author of Winning Lebanon: Youth Politics, Populism, and the Production of Sectarian Violence, 1920-1958 (Cambridge University Press, 2020). On this episode Simon and Dylan speak about Winning Lebanon and…
 
This weeks guest is Melissa Halka. She is the Creative Manager and Designer at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers out of New York! During this episode we talk about: -how she grew up in Queens and has been in the game for over 20 years. -how street art and graffiti were early inspirations to her. -the Print Magazine cover that was really …
 
Patty McCord is the former Chief Talent Officer at Netflix, from its beginnings in 1997 until 2012, post-IPO. Her 126-page Netflix Culture Deck has amassed over 5 million views on the web and been called “one of the most important documents ever to come out of Silicon Valley” by Sheryl Sandberg. But when Patty wrote the PowerPoint deck with Netflix…
 
In this episode, the guys break down Trent Boult’s match-winning IPL Final performance and who the most valuable plays of the IPL are. They also go over the happening of the Plunkett Shield, including the leaders in the BYC 'Golden Box' and 'Silver Sweat Band' competition. Plus, Geoff Rissole, author of 'Sh*t Towns of New Zealand' and 'Sh*t moments…
 
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