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Founded in London in 2007, Phantasy has steadily transformed into one of the UK’s most diverse and artistically ambitious small labels. Neither rooted in electronic or alternative music, Phantasy small but expanding stable of artists work closely with founder and creative director Erol Alkan, to achieve the best possible sound and vision for a diverse audience.
 
“Erol Helps Entrepreneurs” increase visibility, credibility and profitability. Failure is a great teacher! What do you need to be equipped with to succeed in your unique journey? Let's explore the valuable lessons from others who are not scared to fail in pursuit of their dreams. Let's explore the essential elements others have used to succeed in pursuit of their dreams!
 
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The Clark and Miller English podcast is a fun, innovative and exciting way to learn English. Join us and see English in ways you've never seen English before. Follow Gabriel's English "hot takes" and really FEEL English naturally and comfortably. Listen to interviews with some of the world's best teachers. Get involved and join the community ... and have a laugh while you're doing it.
 
It began with a radio show at Nottingham University which went onto win Best Specialist Music Programming at the 2009 Student Radio Awards (BBC Radio 1/6Music/Student Radio Association). With a policy of 'upfront new dance music', its spirit still lives and thrives on the blog (http://radioclubfoot.blogspot.com). The podcast provides interviews and mixes from the hottest properties in music across the board. We hope you like it!!
 
Tiga will fully exploit his status as friend and confidante to some of the world’s top DJs to ask what is almost certainly The Ultimate DJ Question: “It’s your first/last set ever: what do you play?” As guests (Carl Cox, Annie Mac, Pete Tong and more) share their ultimate opening tracks, peak-time bombs and tear-jerking closers, they will - whether they realize it or not - share something essential about themselves and their craft. Each episode will reflect the arc and flow of the magical DJ ...
 
A new podcast series conecting the musical dots from house to dubstep to drum n bass and everything else that is deep. This will be a regular podcast series that will put out top quality music free for your listening pleasure! This Chanle of Deepcast will allow you to listen to the Deepcast episodes first time round as they are premiered on this channle! Our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Deepcast-UK/202899523092077
 
Damn Stubborn Radio is a compilation of music mixes produced by CLAKSAARB with genres ranging from House, EDM, Hip Hop, Rap, Trap, Twerk, Rock, Alternative, & Pop, and includes music & influences from artists such as 2 Chainz, A-Trak, AC Slater, Afrojack, Angger Dimas, Armand Van Helden, Axwell, Baauer, Bad Boy Bill, Bart B More, Beck, Benny Benassi, Beyonce, Billy Idol, Bingo Players, Black Eyed Peas, Black Sheep, Blaqstarr, Bloc Party, Boys Noize, Bro Safari, Busy P, Calvin Harris, Cascada ...
 
Dear Ghostmix Follower, The Ghostmix from now on can be found and listened on Mixcloud https://www.mixcloud.com/TheGhostmix/ Thanks to Soundcloud for hosting, but we were told that now it is not the right place to have the project like The Ghostmix. Sorry for any inconvenience caused, let's stay together. Love, Ghost www.ghostmix.com "Guest writer. Ghost writer // Guest mix. Ghost mix. The Ghost Mix series is a new concept in soundtrack curation. Personal and inspired tracks handpicked by so ...
 
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Why are "a" and "the" like a stock market dance?What are "the cat rules"?Join me on my "hot take" on English articles and how we use them to invite people into our world and build relationships.In this episode I talk about:- how the grammar we use depends on what the other person knows, and why this is like a "stock market dance";- what "the cat ru…
 
Jake had a profound spiritual experience during his Process. When he turned the light of forgiveness toward himself, something incredible occurred. As Jake says, what happened isn’t ‘on the menu’ of the Process, but spiritual experiences and profound awakenings can and do happen at the Process. Listen in as Jake shares with us what happened and how…
 
A fascinating conversation with the wonderfully engaging and enthusiastic Ariel Goodbody, teaching expert and presenter of the Easy Stories in English podcast.In this interview, we talk about:- how Ariel started Easy Stories in English;- Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling (TPRS)- how to teach phrases rather than grammar;- how TPR…
 
In this episode, Renda shares stories of her Process and life in Minneapolis during this time of great unrest. She also shares stories of her magical childhood growing up on a farm. Renda speaks of the many patterns she took on as a child that kept her from knowing who she is and what her true purpose is. In Renda’s words, post-Process, “I’ve final…
 
Marc Cooper shares both the story of his Process and what followed after – a healing of the negative love patterns with both his biological and adoptive mothers. Healing doesn’t stop at the end of the Process – it continues after we return home. Our healing work radiates love out into our lives and in our relationships with those we love. An entrep…
 
An interview with the amazing polyglot Lindsay from Lindsay Does Languages.I talk to Lindsay about:- How she got into learning languages;How food (and specifically bread) is a great motivator for learning languages;- 3 tips for overcoming the dreaded "intermediate plateau";- 3 tips for learning a new language.Join us and pick up some great strategi…
 
“It takes a lot of skill to be a human being.” Debby Irving is a racial justice educator and the author of Waking Up White. In this episode, Debby shares the power of the Process and how it can change the trajectory of your life. Halfway through the Process, Debby had a recurring vision in which she saw how much love she has in her heart for others…
 
Lynne Twist is the founder of the Soul of Money Institute and author of the best-selling, award-winning book “The Soul of Money: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Life.” In this episode, Lynne shares stories of how love moves through her work and her life. She speaks to the immense power love holds to shift things on our planet. Lynne c…
 
Rebecca McLoughlin did the Process when she was 23, straight out of college. Not many are lucky enough to find the Process at such a young age, but Rebecca was and she shares how the Process “completely changed the trajectory of her life.” Rebecca shares with us an embodied experience she had at the Process in which she experienced her full alivene…
 
Sometimes your own culture can surprise you.After a couple of years away from the UK, I got some serious culture shock when I came back to visit.Pick up some advanced English phrases from the story of my trip.This is a full English listening lesson with phrases to download (from www.clarkandmiller.com/english-podcast), descriptions of the phrases a…
 
“What Hoffman did was help me rewrite my own narrative. I realized the villains in my life weren’t villains; they were wounded people doing the best they could.” In this episode, Shari shares some amazing insights into the process of writing a memoir—for personal growth or publication–and how writing your story can change your life. As a memoir coa…
 
Jobi Manson is an artist and explorer, and the founder of a water healing practice she calls, Sēfari. She believes that “nature is the key to a creative life” and helps guide people into their creative expression through water immersions. Jobi had a powerful realization at the Process. Listen in as she shares how what she realized now lives in her …
 
In this episode, I chat with Christian Saunders from Canguro English about language teaching methods, including:- Some obscure methods from the 19th century,- Superstitious pigeons (no, really),- The problem with testing and why we should burn the exams,- Whether Dogme is a problem without a solution,- What we can learn from the ancient Greeks,... …
 
Remember when studying was fun?When things were new and interesting?Well, you CAN enjoy studying again.The trick is NOT to make a study plan. Make a study menu instead.In this podcast episode, I give you some basic first steps to create your own self-study menu and get you enjoying it all again.By Clark and Miller
 
Sure, it's important to tell the truth and to make yourself clear, right?But what about comedy and sarcasm?What about using language to form closer relationships?In this episode, I chat with Ali Uygur Erol, French teacher and PhD student in musicology, about how we "break the communication rules" in order to communicate better.Learn how, by "flouti…
 
Love the food at White Sulphur Springs? Meet Heidi Krahling! Food, community, and family are the cornerstones of Heidi Insalata Krahling’s life today as they have been throughout her life. In this episode, Heidi shares about food, community, and service; how her work at the Process and in the years since helped her to understand that her true Divin…
 
In this episode we explore the world of auxiliary verbs and how high-level English speakers use them all the time.Sometimes they make the language more efficient.But it gets better!You can use them to sound witty, to put people down, to bond with people and to play with words.Check out how auxiliary verbs work in each of these different situations.…
 
I loved this one! Very few people are as knowledgeable, articulate and curious as Benji- and we got into so many different elements of DJ culture, music, A&R, Public Enemy, jungle, Fabio, wedding music, sound system culture, fashion.... really it could have been a 10hr episode. And listen to his twist on the regular format: he curated his dream par…
 
Katie Salvage has always had a sense of urgency around wanting to impact change on this planet, and she believes, “the best way I can do that is by working with teens.” In this intimate and revealing episode, Katie talks about her powerful work helping teens find healthy ways to deal with their emotions in the work she does today, as well as storie…
 
Around 2000 something big happened in electronic music: a group of new artists, a bunch of misfits from all over the world mixed a little bit of techno, a little bit of the 80s, some new romantic vibes, and a bit of punk attitude, and seemingly almost by accident all came together in what at the time was called “Electro". I was lucky enough to have…
 
In this episode, you’ll find a wonderfully engaging conversation between Jenni and Drew. Jenni is co-owner of the nation’s longest-running satirical comedy theatre, the Brave New Workshop, located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Jenni shares what was meaningful for her at the Process as well as how the Process is alive in her life today. She touches on …
 
Quick – answer this question:Why do we use the past simple tense?Did you say, “Er … to talk about the past, obviously”?Then how do you explain sentences like:“I wish I knew.”or“What was your name again?”But … but … these sentences aren’t about the past! What’s going on?You know what this means?It’s time to look at English verbs in a different way.…
 
I really can’t say enough about Boyz Noize, real name Alex. He’s a very close friend, he’s a ridiculously good DJ and an awesome producer. Over the past 15 years, you’d be hard pressed to find someone who has made as many killer records as Boys Noize, he has worked with everyone from Gonzales to Frank Ocean, he's had partnerships with Skrillex and …
 
There are very few producers that I rate as highly as Four Tet. Over the past 20 years , Kieran Hebden has managed to pretty much tick every box that matters musically. He makes records that so many of us love, that you can listen to at home, that slam at a party and he seems to have done it all with grace, composure and a quiet confidence. I loved…
 
What on Earth is an ergative verb?How can I recognize one?Do I need them?There are some verbs in English that don't work in way you might think.In this podcast, we'll take a dive into the weird, but useful, world of ergative verbs in English.These verbs are very handy if in these situations:1. When the subject isn't important (but the passive sound…
 
Impress your friends at parties with these WEIRD but totally grammatically correct sentences.Even better, learn how they work and get a better insight into advanced English grammar and vocabulary.Can you understand these sentences:"Put a bigger space between giraffe and and and and and avocado"?"Peter, where Paul had had had, had had had had, 'had …
 
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