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AudioMatic is a random audio recording of interviews with an impromptu questions being thrown to the featured guest. The content is all about random people from well-known personalities to individuals from all walks of life with random recordings of the conversation with diverse topics.
 
The Brain Coach podcast is hosted by executive function expert and 'Brain Coach' Mary Turos. Take a deep dive into executive functions and simple strategies based in neuroscience to overcome obstacles and achieve personal progress. Each episode provides insights from a community of educators, researchers, therapists, clinicians, family members to support a healthy brain.
 
This podcast will help you build your personal brand so you can get found and recognized as an influencer in your area of expertise. I interview personal branding and social media experts, career coaches, career change specialists, recruiters, LinkedIn specialists, and talent management professionals to bring you the latest and best tips to help advance your career.
 
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Rutledge Wood isn’t running around inside a racetrack as he has in years past, but he’s still plenty busy. Rut catches us up on what he’s been doing lately; being used where he fits best and telling stories; having to be comfortable engaging people and wondering around; if being on TV has helped him develop a thick skin of other skills; getting his…
 
This week on the show we’ve been to Labour Party Conference. Was anything of interest for higher education announced? Plus the Office for Students has been revising its approach to access and participation, there’s new research out on perceptions of free speech among both students and the wider public, and UCU has a report out on staff and social c…
 
In the third and final installment of our interview with D.K. Ulrich, he remembers the revolving door of drivers who once piloted his race cars, the young Davey Allison’s impact on his decision to step away from the cockpit himself, the infamous screwdriver incident at Riverside and the burned backside he AND Ernie Irvan sustained on a sweltering d…
 
Meet Ben Barnicoat, one of the new drivers on the Lexus IMSA program for the Vasser Sullivan team. We’re going to learn how much fun the team is; the balance of having fun but knowing when it’s time to go to battle; how Barnicoat ended up on the Lexus radar for an IMSA seat; if it’s been everything he expected this season; being a former McLaren dr…
 
This week on the podcast we're at the end of the 2022 applications season - has there really been a crunch on university places? We also consider if the sector and its students have the energy for the year ahead, and there's a new pamphlet out on academic freedom calling for better education on the concept. With Smita Jamdar, Partner at Shakespeare…
 
The biggest show of the year is back for a round 2! Jim & Brittney come at you live from the 2022 Sand Sports Super Show from the Pro Armor booth with guests such as Maddie Wedeking, Jake Versey, Matt Martelli, Billy & Kristin Slade, Jon Crowley, Pete from Pro Armor and more! Beers, fun, and the best show of the year await!…
 
We might as well call this installment of our interview with D.K. Ulrich "Cheating in NASCAR" simply because of all the tricks of the trade that he laid out for us. We’ve got everything from the infamous nitrous oxide incident from the 1978 Southern 500 at Darlington to trick tires, trap doors and soaked tires. D.K. also remembers his friend and dr…
 
Daylon Barr had other dreams involving racing before picking up a camera and giving photography a try. In this episode Barr takes us inside how he spend his weekdays; what it means to be an independent photographer; finding good help and time off; it being a physically demanding job; dealing with a big load of clients and how he comes about busines…
 
This week in a special edition of the podcast, academic registrar and sector historian Mike Ratcliffe reflects on the history of the relationship between the royal family and higher education, as well as the fight between Oxford and Cambridge over who is the oldest university and the origins of a student-centred approach to governance. Hosted on Ac…
 
This week in the first installment of our fantastic conversation with DK Ulrich, DK talks about how AJ Foyt influenced him to not only be known by his initials, but also to pursue a career in racing. He then remembers a chance offer for a 1957 Chevy that altered the course of his life and his earliest days as one of NASCAR’s independents. And make …
 
How did Jerry Freeze go from owning a successful lawn care business to general manager of the NASCAR team Front Row Motorsports? Freeze takes us inside his love of racing and how he took a chance by moving to North Carolina; learning from Tad Geschickter, and then spending 12 years at Petty before arriving at Front Row; what being a general manager…
 
We promised you we were back for real, and we meant it! iRacing Downshift returns with a look at all the fun new content and features in 2022 Season 4, before our executive vice president Steve Myers drops in to talk everything from the acquisitions of Monster Games and Orontes Games to working with executive producer Greg Hill in the Papyrus days.…
 
This week on the podcast Liz Truss is the new Prime Minister - what does that and her ministerial appointments mean for higher education? Plus we discuss the cost of living, a new report from Jisc on the digital student experience, and there's an exciting new feature to play along with. With Gary Hughes, Chief Executive at Durham Students’ Union, A…
 
This week's episode gets off to a rousing start with discussion of Erik Jones' win in the Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway, driving the number 43 Petty GMS Racing entry. In the third and final installment of our EPIC interview with Pete Wright, Pete talks about the friction that existed between Junior Johnson’s teams, the controversial suspension…
 
Before the show returns properly for the Autumn season, this week the team meets to discuss what you might have missed (or wish you'd missed|) over the summer, including everything from clearing and student numbers to the cost of living crisis, the Conservative leadership contest, the culture wars and the B3 bear. Plus Mike Ratcliffe has a tale of …
 
Angelle Sampey is a three-time NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle champion and not only the winningest female in NHRA but professional motorsports. Sampey sits down for a chat on all things drag racing, but we first start with how things are in the swamp a year after Hurricane Ida. From there, we dig into the season and why she believes her team “is the one…
 
We’re back with the second installment of our interview with longtime NASCAR crew member and crew chief Pete Wright, and this week, Pete talks about attending his first Grand National race at Martinsville and the impact drivers like Fred Lorenzen and Buddy Arrington had on his career. Pete got his start at the Winston Cup level with team owner Jack…
 
Trophies, fights, and TikTok, oh my! As we wrap up our conversation with Courtney Enders, we’re getting all kinds of stories this week. The episode picks up with Courtney describing a house full of racing memorabilia; who is more competitive between Courtney and Erica; inside the Disney movie (Right on Track) made about the Enders sisters from its …
 
Enjoy a sneak preview of the next installment of our interview with Pete Wright, in which he remembers getting hired and then working with NASCAR Hall of Famer Junior Johnson. Also, longtime independent team owner and driver D.K. Ulrich gives us the inside story of the nitrous oxide system that was discovered in his car following a savage crash in …
 
Courtney Enders used to drive race cars and might have a recognizable last name, but she can be your hype woman, social media star, or busy businesswoman. We’re digging into all of it with her over two episodes. In the first part of our conversation, we learn about the many hats Enders wears for her sister and others in the NHRA; her new job as a c…
 
NOTE: This episode may be too emotionally intense for some listeners. Pete Wright worked in NASCAR as a crew member and crew chief for years, and with drivers ranging from Terry Labonte and Darrell Waltrip to Chase Elliott and Alex Bowman. We've got those stories, and they're remarkable. But on August 20, 2017, Pete experienced every parent's very …
 
This week in the third and final installment of our conversation with David Ifft, he tells us HIS side of the story of a long-ago riot before, during and after a Waylon Jennings concert at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Then, it’s on to his infamous stint in a Mexican jail while en route to the 1980 season finale at Ontario … a race he would win with Be…
 
In the second part of our conversation with Davey Segal, we’re digging into producing various NASCAR content. Segal admits he stole the idea for his post-race TikTok videos; acknowledges the risk in mocking drivers he has to work with; why he got into podcasting and how his show has evolved over the years; what he wants to get out of his interviews…
 
The iRacing Downshift is BACK! The boys talk about what they've been up to on our extended break, but today's show is all about iRacing Senior VP and Executive Producer Greg Hill. This is the show to listen to if you want to learn about everything from track development in the virtual world to how rain is coming along... as well as some recent road…
 
In the second installment of our interview with David Ifft, David tells all when it comes to his salary negotiation with M.C. Anderson, after which he become the first crew chief on record to be paid more than $100,000 a year. He also gives us the scoop on why M.C. started having his employees followed by a private investigator. Phil Parsons … if y…
 
Fellow podcaster and media friend Davey Segal is a jack of all trades, and we needed a lot of time to dig into all of them. This week in the first part of our conversation, Segal explains how he landed his role as an associate producer for SiriusXM NASCAR Radio; bringing video to the SiriusXM NASCAR social channels; the story of how he first got in…
 
Today's guest Jori Eidem, a physician assistant from Rochester, MN, discusses her family's personal journey navigating a serious and life-threatening condition called Metachromatic leukodystrophy or MLD. Jori shares the story of her niece Amelia, an 8-year-old who played soccer, dressed up as a princess, and collected unicorns. Amelia was bright, f…
 
The Spongebob Squarepants musical ... Rick coming to Steve's rescue and helping change a flat tire ... it all takes a back seat to the news that Las Vegas Motor Speedway is renewing its title sponsorship of The Scene Vault Podcast for the coming year! In the first of three EPIC installments of our interview with David Ifft, the longtime NASCAR crew…
 
Kyle Petty has a book about to be released (Aug. 9), and this week Petty tries to explain why he wrote it and why now. From the first stories he wrote not making it into the book; emotions of getting the stories and memories on paper; if there are stories in the book that people don’t know or heard before; why Petty had to be 21 to start racing; le…
 
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