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Best Nick Hammond podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Nick Hammond podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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"Hey Indie Filmmakers" is a weekly podcast about DIY filmmaking, cameras and technology, hosted by documentary filmmaker Griffin Hammond and tech expert Nick Bodmer.
 
Business, creativity, and the great outdoors...plus a crazy mix of the three.
 
Trace Evidence is a weekly true crime podcast that focuses on unsolved cases, from chilling murders to missing persons. Join host Steven Pacheco as he examines each case, diving deep into the evidence and exploring the theories which revolve around them. For each unsolved case, there are the victims and their families, who want answers and the abductors and murders who hide the truth. For more information please visit: Trace-Evidence.com https://www.patreon.com/traceevidence Social Media: ht ...
 
Great Interviews with Great Artists. We’re talking Shakespeare.
 
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**Use Promo Code: TRACE2020 to save 10% on a pass to CrimeCon! Visit CrimeCon.com for tickets. Kurt Cobain died on April 5th, 1994. His body was found in the greenhouse above his garage on the morning of April 8th. The Seattle Police Department and King County Medical Examiner's Office ruled Kurt's death a suicide inside of 24 hours. Before evidenc…
 
How to Locate Free-to-Use Archival Footage Using tools like youtube-dl, and sources including presidential libraries and Archive.org, Nick and Griffin explain how to locate and download historical news footage for documentaries. It’s the workflow behind Griffin’s weekly archival web series Rewind. Download The Recount app on iOS or Android. Watch R…
 
**This week's episode is Sponsored by Solid Gold. Visit SolidGoldPet.com/Trace for 30% off your first order. **Use Promo Code: TRACE2020 to save 10% on a pass to CrimeCon! Visit CrimeCon.com for tickets. Ten months after the horrifying tragedy at Columbine High School, on February 13th, 2000, fifteen year old Nick Kunselman and his girlfriend, sixt…
 
A second chat with our guests is always a more relaxed affair. They know what we are about and we can delve a little bit deeper on how things are going. Here I talk with Chris Wood about how things are going at Portolio and he turns the tables on me to ask how things are going at Bricks and Mortar. Always great to chat with Chris and I'm sure you'l…
 
I smashed my camera on the campaign trail While covering the campaign trail in Iowa, Griffin accidentally broke his Panasonic GH5S camera, and busted a lens as well. How he managed to complete the video assignment regardless. Watch Griffin’s short film for The Recount. Download The Recount iOS app, and check out Griffin’s weekly deep dive into the …
 
**Use Promo Code: TRACE2020 to save 10% on a pass to CrimeCon! Visit CrimeCon.com for tickets. On June 6th, 1993, a man appeared inside of a Be-Lo grocery store in Windsor, NC after closing hours. Brandishing a handgun, the man ordered the store manager and a cashier to empty the days earnings into a plastic bag in an apparent robbery. After gather…
 
Hamlet, Act 1, Scene 2HamletNovember 30, 2019A Hamlet for the Modern Age. In about a fortnight, Jack Cutmore-Scott shot Hamlet 360 - a virtual version of Shakespeare's great play. The challenges for the actor add up to amazing rewards for the audience. Hamlet 360 is sure to cause shock waves in the Shakespeare world. Click here to follow along with…
 
**This week's episode is Sponsored by Solid Gold. Visit SolidGoldPet.com/Trace for 30% off your first order. On June 5th, 1986, four year old Jessica Gutierrez climbed into bed with her six year old sister, Becky, to go to sleep. The next morning, Jessica was gone and when her mother, Debra, asked what happened, Becky explained that during the nigh…
 
It is the new must have! An AirBnB or a serviced accomodation property is the must have accessory for your landlord. Better income, less legislation but are you playing by the lending rules. Only a couple of lenders are prepared to dip their toe in this market and this week we talk to one of them. Nigel Hammonds of Scottish Building Society talks H…
 
On June 24th, 1974. fourteen year old Margaret Ellen Fox stepped onto the 8:40am bus to Mount Holly, NJ, some seven miles from her home. She'd recently been hired on as a babysitter and was eager to start her new job. However, Margaret would never return home. When Margaret didn't arrive back home, her family began searching and soon discovered tha…
 
Love's Labour's Lost, Act 3, Scene 1Berowne October 30, 2019A life in the theater. Bradford Cover grew up surrounded by theater, became an actor and has resurrected the Pearl Theater Co. - creating the Resident Acting Company. His breadth of knowledge and experience comes to bear on Berowne, the Play On Project and the Sonnets. Click here to follow…
 
Recreating this podcast look on a budget For the video version of this podcast, Griffin and Nick use decent cameras, lighting, and a few filmmaking tricks. But can it be simplified, replicated for budget-conscious non-filmmakers to achieve the same look? Hey Indie Filmmakers is brought to you by Squarespace. Try it for free, then save 10% off your …
 
**This week's episode is Sponsored by Solid Gold. Visit SolidGoldPet.com/Trace for 30% off your first order. On December 18th, 1996, an unknown woman walked into Pleasant Valley Memorial Park in Annandale Virginia. Once inside she proceeded to the area in which children are buried and set herself a place, including placing a small Christmas tree. T…
 
Twenty year old Georgette Bauerdorf was an oil fortune heiress living in West Hollywood in the 1940s. A very giving and kind woman, Georgette garnered a reputation for offering money, meals and even places to stay for soldiers preparing to ship out for World War 2. In her evenings, Georgette worked as a junior hostess at the famous Hollywood Cantee…
 
We talk with a renewables guy this week. It's all heat pumps and ground source things but if you're a landlord this is the kind of thing that you'll need knowledge of as the EPC regs come into force. Have you been stocking up on your tomatoes and pasta ahead of Brexit! Grab a coffee from the kitchen and join me and Emanuel as we have a chat about r…
 
**This week's episode is Sponsored by Solid Gold. Visit SolidGoldPet.com/Trace for 30% off your first order. In April of 1997, fifty year old Judy Smith attended a conference with her husband, Jeffrey, in Philadelphia. While the conference was work for Jeffrey, Judy planned to do some sightseeing during the day and then spend evenings with her husb…
 
In Episode 75 of Trace Evidence I examined the case of nine year old Christian Ferguson who had gone missing after the SUV he had been left it was allegedly stolen. Two hours later, when the SUV was located, Christian was nowhere to be found. For many the prime suspect was Christian's own father, Dewan, who had been driving the SUV that morning. No…
 
**This week's episode is Sponsored by Solid Gold. Visit SolidGoldPet.com/Trace for 30% off your first order. On October 3rd, 1984, nine year old Christine Jessop vanished from the streets of Queensville, Ontario. For months searchers looked everywhere, but no trace could be found. Sadly, on New Years Eve, they made the horrifying discovery of her r…
 
Why does the new iPhone need 3 cameras? Griffin is in Villenave-d’Ornon, France, and Nick explains why Apple added a third camera to their newly released iPhone 11 Pro. Hey Indie Filmmakers is brought to you by Squarespace. Try it for free, then save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain—visit http://squarespace.com/griffin Below—a pho…
 
Starting your own business is hard enough but when you are starting your own legal firm there are a few added complications to throw in - regulation through The Law Society, lenders panels, client accounts and let's not forget the client mandate and the inevitable fall out that brings. But they have done it! Delaney Graham have been up and running …
 
Macbeth Act 1, Scene 7Macbeth September 27, 2019What do you get when you take the First Folio, add a little Original Practice and stir in a smattering of cue scripts? You get William Downes. The Artistic Director of Classics on the Rocks joins us to discuss all things Shakespeare. We surprise him with a lightning round of questions, the answers to …
 
On September 23rd, 1992, twenty-three year old Dail Dinwiddie went to a U2 concert at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, South Carolina. Following the concert, Dail and her friends went to a local bar, Jungle Jim’s, for a few drinks and dancing. When Dail became separated from her friends, they assumed she’d gotten a ride home. She hadn’t and for …
 
Sounds like something out of the Wild West doesn't it. Watch out her come the Callaghan Brothers! They are great guys with a great story. Selling Domino Lets to a multiple and then doing what they have always wanted to. A super story and one worth listening to so grab a coffee and I'll let you enjoy. One last thing a prize for anyone who correctly …
 
On February 28th, 1983, two men made a grisly discovery in the basement of an abandoned building in St. Louis, Missouri. There, beneath some debris, they discovered the lifeless body of a young black female. The victim had been bound, assaulted, strangled and decapitated post mortem. Due to the absence of a head, identifying the victim would prove …
 
And we are back with The Bricks and Mortar Podcast. After over a year on the sidelines as I get Bricks and Mortar Mortgages up and running, the time is right to bring the show back. And who better but the social media firestorm that is Nick Ponty. We talk AirBnB, PRT, Right to Buy and have a catch up with Nick and Arc Property.…
 
**** This week's episode is sponsored by NATIVE. Visit NativeDeodorant.com and use promo code TRACE for 20% off your first order. **** Twenty year old Branson Perry was living with his father, Bob, in Skidmore, Missouri. While Bob was in the hospital, Branson invited friends over to help clean the house and fix his car, a nice surprise for his retu…
 
The lens that shot “Sriracha” Griffin is selling a lens and a microphone! Email griffin@hey.film if you’re interested. Plus, your questions about ugly slow motion footage, what questions to ask in a documentary interview, and why that purple fringe creeps into your shot. Hey Indie Filmmakers is brought to you by Squarespace. Try it for free, then s…
 
Twenty-three year old Adam Hecht was living the life most people dream of. Son of a Hollywood producer living in Beverly Hills. While many people might crave that life, the older Adam got, the less he seemed charmed by it. Adam began volunteering at the mission and spending his time working with the homeless. While admirable, his family felt concer…
 
Bobby Fuller was finally living his dream as the front man of a band that was rising up the charts. While everything seemed to be going perfectly, there were some issues behind the scenes. Bobby was reportedly unhappy with his record contract and felt that changes were being made to his music that he didn't approve of. He began speaking up about hi…
 
**** This week's episode is sponsored by NATIVE. Visit NativeDeodorant.com and use promo code TRACE for 20% off your first order. **** On March 10th, 1976 a concerned neighbor contacted local authorities. She hadn't seen the Bishop family for more than a week and mail was piling up. It was unlike them to just up and leave without saying anything, a…
 
Twelfth Night; Act 4, Scene 3Sebastian July 31, 2019“If it is poetry, it’s music.” Deaon Griffin-Pressley has gone from Florida to New York, BADA and finally landed at Shakespeare and Company. His travels have given him a unique perspective on Shakespeare, Acting and how his Art will change the world.Click here to follow along with the textClick he…
 
When GoPro shuts down your Kickstarter campaign Ukranian filmmaker Artem Gavr marketed a spinning boomerang-like device for capturing “bullet-time” slow motion effects. Problem is, GoPro says he infringed on their trademarks. I covered the WinGo story during July 10 and July 17 broadcasts of Indy News. Hey Indie Filmmakers is brought to you by Squa…
 
Nine year old Anthonette Cayedito heard a knock on the door in the middle of the night. Dressed in her pink nightgown, she approached the door and vanished. When her mother woke up the next morning, she discovered that Anthonette was missing. Police had little to work with other than reports of a mysterious vehicle seen at the home in the early mor…
 
**** This week's episode is sponsored by NATIVE. Visit NativeDeodorant.com and use promo code TRACE for 20% off your first order. **** On March 15th, 1989, seventeen year old Tracey Lynn Kirkpatrick went to work in Frederick, Maryland. The high school senior was focused on saving money to contribute to her college fund, and liked the independence w…
 
Twenty-three year old Nancy Argentino had left her life in Brooklyn behind to hit the road with her new boyfriend, wrestler Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka. It was a whirlwind romance that would ultimately end in violence. After a violent incident involving police in January of 1983, Nancy's family begged her to stay home and avoid Snuka. Unfortunately, Nan…
 
On September 14th, 2007, fourteen year old Andrew Gosden pretended to go to school, waited for his parents to leave and then snuck back in. He packed a few items, changed his clothes, pulled all the money he could from an ATM and hopped on a train to London. By the time his family knew he was gone he’d been missing for hours. When it was discovered…
 
Topics of this chat include: • Our perspective • The dreaded "T" word • Visiting • Desert vs. beach • Food poisoning • Long distance • Drawing the line • Cross country moves • Layoffs • Dualities • Slowing down vs. speeding up • Ups and downs • Working with machines • Issues with the apparel industry • Seeing through marketing • Sustainability ins …
 
The VR headset that goes anywhere Griffin upgrades to the untethered Oculus Quest, a portable virtual reality headset that uses “inside-out tracking”—that is, four infrared cameras on the headset see the controllers and recognize the shape of your living room. "Hey Indie Filmmakers" is brought to you by Squarespace. Try it for free, then save 10% o…
 
Polishing ShakespeareJune 24, 2019Brian Dykstra has written the play Polishing Shakespeare in reaction to the Play On Translation project. Should Shakespeare be translated? If this interview doesn't reveal Brian's answer, his play will. The reading is on July 1st. Information about the reading and The Resident Acting Company.…
 
On December 20th, 1976, a fourteen year old boy made a horrifying discovery along the banks of the Lehigh River in Pennsylvania. The body of an unidentified woman was found, severely mutilated and stuffed into three separate suit cases which had been thrown from the i80 interstate, some three hundred feet above. For the past forty-three years, the …
 
Four year old Nyleen Kay Marshall was excited to attend a multi-family picnic with her family in the Helena National Forest on Saturday, June 25th, 1983. She had no way of knowing she wouldn’t be coming home. Sometime that afternoon, Nyleen was separated from the children she was playing with and witnessed speaking to an unidentified male. She then…
 
As You Like It. Act II, Scene 7. JacquesMay 29, 2019Shakespeare in QatarHow is Doha, Qatar like Elizabethan London? David Pearson is 7200 miles from where he grew up and 3200 miles from where Shakespeare lived. How did he end up in Qatar and how do they do Shakespeare in this small desert country? The answers are amazing.Click here to follow along …
 
Would you spend $599 on a travel tripod? In 10 days, Peak Design has already raised over $5 million for their new travel tripod. Nick is one of nearly 12,000 Kickstarter backers. But would you spend nearly $289 for a small aluminum tripod? Or $479 for lightweight carbon fiber? (Final retail price will be $599.) Griffin has been testing out the Rapi…
 
Fourteen year old Laureen Rahn had the apartment all to herself. Her mother, Judith, was out with her boyfriend and with spring break kicking off, Laureen decided to invite a few friends over. When Judith arrived home, sometime after midnight, something was wrong. All of the lights in the apartment building hallways were off and she found her front…
 
Twelve year old Jaliek Rainwalker had lived a difficult life. Born to a drug addicted mother, and suffering from developmental issues as a result, the child bounced through multiple foster homes before finally being adopted. Stephen Kerr and Jocelyn McDonald adopted Jaliek, and it seemed like everything was going to turn around for the child. Unfor…
 
Eighty-one year old Bob Harrod was experiencing something that usually only happens in movies. After nearly sixty years apart, he had reunited with his first love, Fontelle, and they had gotten married. While his new wife returned to Missouri to pack her belongings, Bob had a lot he wanted to get done at his home in California before his new bride …
 
By pulling on his background in design and business management he began to bring together industry misfits, outsiders, and rebels, on a mission to create the world's most environmentally-friendly high-performance technical outerwear. Topics of this chat include: • Interconnectivity • Community • Starting from the ground up • Claiming sustainability…
 
When not working on his latest startup, HDX Mix, he can be found on The Army of Gamechangers podcast which focuses on pulling the best career and leadership advice from Vipe’s vast network to help you on your personal, professional and leadership journey. Topics of this chat include: • Testifying in Congress • Starting a boardsport shop • Making it…
 
Can I make my own press pass? I attempted to hire Vistaprint to create a plastic card with my name, face, and the word PRESS on it—a press pass that I designed. But the proof was rejected as “suspicious.” A press pass is not a government-issued ID. It’s akin to a business card, something that honestly conveys what you do for a living, and something…
 
Through her global travels she's worked to uncover the truths in supply chains and statistics via articles for Vox, Newsweek, Refinery29, Quartz, Fast Company, and Inc. Magazine just to name a few. Being named as the first journalist to discover and report that fashion is in fact not the second most polluting industry after oil Alden continues to w…
 
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