show episodes
 
Artwork

1
How To Film Weddings

John Bunn & Nick Miller

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Weekly+
 
How To Film Weddings is a wedding videography educational podcast hosted by John Bunn (John Bunn Films, Tulsa OK) and Nick Miller (Wild Oak Films, Wichita KS). John & Nick have learned a lot about what to do (and what not to do) as wedding film-makers. Our goal is to come along side wedding videographers and help them create better wedding films and succeed in business.
  continue reading
 
Every week 4 best friends Greg “GameOverGreggy” Miller, Tim Gettys, Nick Scarpino, and Andy Cortez hang out to discuss popular culture, the internet, social issues, movies, comic books, video games, and their lives with you and our super cool guests.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
The Garibaldi Gazette - A Nottingham Forest Podcast

The Garibaldi Gazette - A Nottingham Forest Podcast

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Weekly
 
Join host Matt Davies-Adams, journalist Nick Miller, actor Arsher Ali and the squad for a weekly chat about The Greatest Team The World Has Ever Seen. That would be two-time European Champions Nottingham Forest, of course. And they are magic (sometimes). We'll go deep on all the latest tales from NG2, covering the men's team, the women's team and the academy. Hell, we'll even cover the quality of the pies in the Trent End. Because we're nice like that. We're serious about podcasts. Are you?
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Whatever You Niche

Underground/Misunderstood Culture Podcast by Nick Weckman and friends

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Daily+
 
Podcast about niche/underground/misunderstood communities and interests. Special guest each month. Hosts: Alex Burgan, Caleb Miller, Nick Weckman Contact us if you know a guest candidate or you'd like to be one!
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
10K Launch

10K Advisors, Nick Hamm, and Jared Miller

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
10K Advisors show where your hosts, Salesforce MVPs Jared Miller and Nick Hamm, discuss Salesforce consulting, administration, development, and how how to start and continue your journey from "Admin to Entrepreneur."
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Here We Have Idaho

Victor Miller and Tom Luna

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Weekly+
 
“Welcome to Hear We Have Idaho a local show focusing on celebrating Idaho and all that makes Idaho great. Here We Have Idaho will focus on the issues and events that impact Idaho’s citizens and families. Each week we will visit those that are writing Idaho’s story and keeping the spirit of our state song alive: “There's truly one state in this great land of ours, Where ideals can be realized. The pioneers made it so for you and me, A legacy we'll always prize.” Here are your hosts Victor Mil ...
  continue reading
 
The Career on Course Podcast has one primary goal in mind: ensuring, perhaps for the first time in any format or venue, that aspiring professionals can have intimate and unprecedented access to someone who has "gone before them" to prevent time and financial investments in what may be the wrong career for them. Career on Course is the ultimate "bring your parent to school" experience so listeners can become more strategic and intentional about one of the most important and impactful decision ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork
 
A police officer talking about law enforcement, tactics, gear and more. I'll have guests from the industries plus we'll share my personal experiences and stories. Video from the show can also be seen through my website. Thanks! www.donutshoppodcast.com Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/donutshoppodcast/support
  continue reading
 
Confessions of a Terrible Husband is a marriage podcast for people who are looking for real advice from the trenches and who are committed to taking personal responsibility over improving their relationships. Hear Nick Pavlidis talk all things marriage and life and interview people like Fawn Weaver from The Happy Wives Club, John G. Miller, of QBQ, Inc., Dan Miller and Joanne Miller of 48 Days to the Work You Love, Derek and Carrie Olsen from Better Conversations, Marcus and Ashley Kusi from ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork
 
Small Town America is a podcast dedicated to the histories, folklore and futures of the communities that deserve more attention in this big-city world. Hosts include Henry Miller, Hannah Mills, and Nick Nolan. New episodes are uploaded every other Friday. Keep up to date with new episodes and links to some of the stories we talk about by following us on facebook. facebook.com/smalltownbigstory
  continue reading
 
Who told you that? Who told you that you couldn‘t, shouldn‘t or can‘t? And even more importantly - when and how will you stop believing them? Each week, host Nick Phelps will have honest conversations and interview others who have had to overcome lies they’ve told themselves or heard from someone else that hindered them from living their purpose and pursuing their passion. Follow Nick @mrphelps on Instagram for daily sparks of inspiration and some laughter in your life. Subscribe to Who Told ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Moviestruck

Sophia Ricciardi

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly+
 
Moviestruck: A podcast about movies and the people who watch them Every week host Sophia Ricciardi is joined by a different guest to talk shop about a different movie. The catch? Every episode's movie is the guest's choice, and any movie is on the table. From Sky High to Ben-Hur, we explore the movies we love, and why we love to watch them.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
The Bosscast

John Murray

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
Welcome to The Bosscast! Host John Murray loves The Boss (aka Bruce Springsteen). He loves talking with people who love The Boss about The Boss. If you like Springsteen and free form conversation you've found The Promised Land.
  continue reading
 
How hard is it to get accepted into a top 25 business school? Where do these wonderkids come from? Well, in The MBA Candidate Podcast, your host Adam Miller will interview his friends currently attending top business schools -- including HBS, Booth, GSB, Wharton, Kellogg, Haas, Fuqua, Tuck, SOM, Sloan, Ross, Johnson, Columbia, and Darden. Obviously they’ll talk about the GMAT… but they’ll also break down how their experiences in undergrad and their first jobs set them up for success. Plus, t ...
  continue reading
 
Nick and Jack disagree on a lot of things. They don't disagree enough to stop being friends. This podcast is an attempt for us to hone our communication skills, solidify or change our positions, and hopefully provide some enjoyment along the way.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
The Drink

Hannah Dunleavy

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
Journalist Hannah Dunleavy wants to talk about alcohol - what we drink, when we drink and why we drink it. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Rock 'n' Roll Grad School

Heidi Hedquist/Luke Poling

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Weekly
 
Does the world really need another music podcast? Yes, it needs this one.Rock ‘n’ Roll Grad School brings audiences along on a ride that feels like a late-night conversation on a tour bus traveling to the next gig.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
The BHB Podcast

Ten13 Media House

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
Have you ever wondered what happens when you put a hiphop nerd, a strong woman who isn't afraid to speak her mind, and a black man with understanding and the capability to fix any problem? Well look no further than this platform. The BHB Podcast is hosted by The Trill Trifecta known as Heir Jordan, P, & Billy and they do not disappoint!
  continue reading
 
Artwork
 
Gather round, it's Liquor and Lore! We have a few drinks and talk anything comics, sci-fi, fantasy and everything in between. We're not experts, just a few nerds who like to drink!
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
How Did You Get Into That? // Careers // Entrepreneurship // Small Business

Grant Baldwin interviews Pat Flynn, John Lee Dumas, Dan Miller, Chris Brogan, Jeff Goins, & Scott Harrison with aspirations of Tim Ferriss, Seth Godin, Gary Vaynerchuk, Richard Branson, Lewis Howes, Marc Maron, Michael Hyatt, & Dave Ramsey

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
Grant Baldwin interviews people doing interesting and inspiring work to learn more about their journey. You’ll gain inspiration, tactics, strategy and hope to find and do work you love. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, small business owner, solopreneur, or employee, this is the podcast for you!
  continue reading
 
For 22 years now, DJ and Producer Lars Behrenroth has been recording mixes for his weekly Deep House Radio Show "Deeper Shades of House” featuring brand new soulful, afro, disco, techy and “chunky" Deep House tunes as well as House Music classics. This podcast features the first hour mix of each new show, where Lars does not only play the music, but give you information about artists, and labels alike so you can dig deeper and support those whose music you love. The second hour of each weekl ...
  continue reading
 
This podcast was established to maximize your Section IV Football experience, regardless of your role, past or present. The goal, with your help, is to maintain a family-friendly, informative, entertaining and educational weekly podcast, throughout the season. This podcast will take you beyond the microphone and bring all resources to together for your benefit. With cutbacks and limited media staff, this podcast will complement all those who cover, report, support and enjoy Section IV Footba ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork
 
Fearless Founders podcast is an audio adaptation of a live experience hosted for CEO (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities) Program participants across the nation each year. CEO is an entrepreneurship program provided by the Midland Institute for Entrepreneurship that is transforming young people across the nation into entrepreneurial thinkers. A part of the Midland Institute for Entrepreneurship’s ever-present mission to develop the next generation of thought leaders and innovators, this ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Trauma Survivorhood

Sara Miley, CTRC-a, IFS

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly+
 
Trauma Survivorhood's mission is to bring awareness and diminish stigmas related to trauma and healing. Each interview aims to inspire with stories shared by those thriving after surviving and to give survivors resources to add to their toolbox to benefit them in their own recovery journey. The host, Sara Miley, is an IFS-informed, advanced Certified Trauma Recovery Coach with her own private practice called Full Circle Wellspring LLC. For more info, visit https://www.traumasurvivorhoodpodca ...
  continue reading
 
Hosted by Jeanine Amapola, a Texas-born YouTuber, speaker, author, and influencer whose authentic and positive content has captivated over 2.7 million followers across all her platforms. Whether you’re searching for advice, Christian content, a friend, or just a genuine conversation, this podcast will be sure to help you on your journey of becoming happier and healthier! Join Jeanine to hear a candid conversation on topics from her personal experiences, dating, faith, health, trending topics ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork
 
*WARNING* Listening to Isaiah's Podcast may cause your pineal gland to spontaneously blossom, sending your consciousness on a voyage through the cosmos due to subliminal messages imbued within the podcast.
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
Dozens of migrants have been rescued from a sinking ship in the Mediterranean. German aid group RESQSHIP said it picked up 51 people from a sinking wooden boat, including two unconscious people, and found ten bodies trapped in the lower deck. A second ship sank nearby, and 64 people total are still missing from the vessels. Europe Correspondent Gav…
  continue reading
 
Maintenance on ageing Interislander ferries is seen as a short-term solution by the Maritime Union. Estimated annual maintenance costs to keep KiwiRail’s three ageing Interislander ferries running could almost double to $65 million by next year, and keeping the ferries afloat will be an “ongoing battle”. A previous assessment of the fleet’s conditi…
  continue reading
 
There’s hopes an improved vaccine against an infectious disease running rife through New Zealand cattle could ease costs for farmers. The Ministry for Primary Industries is backing a project which aims to develop a modified vaccine against Bovine Viral Diarrhoea. It impacts about 80% of our dairy and beef herds and costs the industry more than $190…
  continue reading
 
A victims' advocate says new measures to address court backlogs are doable if all players in the system play their part. The Chief District Court Judge has introduced maximum waiting times based on the seriousness of the crime. For the least serious category —where there's no risk of prison— the aim is six months. Independent victims' advocate Ruth…
  continue reading
 
Yes, it's just Greg, Nick, and Tim on the podcast -- but everything is OK. There is NO bad news. We know it's usually bad news when it's just the founders or some kinda "we need to talk" episode, but this time, Andy just went home early. Run of Show - - Start - Nick’s a gamer - Vin Diesel’s big proposal - Spoilers for Fast X - end of spoilers - Des…
  continue reading
 
On today’s episode, Kaleb and I sit down and catch up with everyone while answering some of your burning questions! Topics include: Our first time being intimate What are our red flags Conflict resolution Church cults Spiritual Gifts abuse Future goals Is it healthy to see each other every day And MORE! ORDER MY BOOK! GET THE FIRST CHAPTER FREE NOW…
  continue reading
 
Following his visit to New Zealand, the Chinese Premier has begun his visit to Australia. Li Qiang was greeted by hundreds of supporters and protestors upon his arrival in Canberra on Sunday, receiving a ceremonial welcome at Parliament House. Australian Correspondent Donna Demaio told Mike Hosking that there has been talks of better military commu…
  continue reading
 
The Government's changed its tune on transgender people participating in community sports. A policy in the New Zealand First-National Coalition agreement threatened to withhold public funding if sports bodies didn't separate trans athletes from grassroots competitions. After feedback from Sport New Zealand, Sport and Recreation Minister Chris Bisho…
  continue reading
 
The Government promises “granny flats” of 60 square metres or less will be easier to build after planning changes that will force councils to permit small dwellings on rural and residential zones without resource consent. Making it easier to build granny flats was part of NZ First’s coalition agreement with National. NZ First leader Winston Peters,…
  continue reading
 
Happy Father's Day from Moviestruck! My Dad is back and we're talking The Gods Must Be Crazy II (1989)! While a comedy, we discovered this movie was also chock-full of fun facts, survival tips, and Kalahari trivia. The Patron Drive is back! If you're not already and you want to support the show, or help make Sophia have to watch Bionicle 3 or Madam…
  continue reading
 
In this Fearless Founders conversation, we sat down with author, founder, and advocate, Amanda Owen. As the founder of Puzzle Pieces, Amanda always knew her life would involve caring for and opening doors for those with disabilities. Little did she know, however, the journey this mission would take her on. Tune in to hear how she has transformed he…
  continue reading
 
In this week's podcast, John brings on educator Rachel Traxler to talk all about how she has grown her photography business, as well as her educational brand. She is the host of the Gold Biz Podcast (https://racheltraxler.com/goldbizpodcast) and helps wedding professionals learn the ins and outs of the business. She is a Photographer Turned Busines…
  continue reading
 
This weekend's Super Rugby semifinals have raised a few eyebrows over their smaller-than expected attendance numbers. ZB sports reporter Andrew Alderson suspects this is because these Super Rugby matches had to compete with this weekend's Warriors' clash. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
  continue reading
 
The Princess of Wales has returned to the public eye for King's Birthday celebrations, making her first public appearance this year. Kate faced wild internet speculation on her whereabouts earlier this year before revealing she's undergoing chemotherapy treatment for cancer. She was pictured smiling, sitting alongside her three children in a carria…
  continue reading
 
One teachers' union is concerned abut the recommended changes to teaching standards in a new report. The Ministerial Advisory Group reviewing English and maths learning has recommended annual 'checkpoint' tests for students. It also recommends children be encouraged to write by hand as much as possible for their first three years at school - and cu…
  continue reading
 
Christopher Luxon is on the ground in Japan, but his business delegation won't be touching down for another day. The Prime Minister's plane has broken down yet again, this time while refuelling in Papua New Guinea. Luxon's been forced to fly commercial to Tokyo, while the business leaders, officials and others in his delegation are travelling to Br…
  continue reading
 
It’s a joy to welcome long time friend Jenny Lynn Metevia to the podcast. Jenny is a beloved spiritual teacher and clairvoyant who since childhood has had the “second sight. “ She continues to nurture her relationship with the spirit world fulfilling her mission to “help the children of the stars.” We will talk about past lives, signs and symbols f…
  continue reading
 
#nextgenpodcaster Nick Nalbach who is a Podcast Launch Coach, the Host of the Nine-Five Podcast, ai tools guru, and NextGen Podcaster! ## Links: https://www.youtube.com/@ninefivefree https://www.instagram.com/ninefivefree https://www.youtube.com/@nextgenpodcaster https://x.com/ninefivefree https://ninefivetofreedom.com/ https://www.facebook.com/nin…
  continue reading
 
Congratulations, Cultists. You're the first to survive the audition. This episode, we'll be putting Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome on the exam table. After the tragic death of his producing partner Byron Kennedy, Miller enlisted George Ogilvie to co-direct the ambitious conclusion of the original Mad Max trilogy. Please join us for the Dissection. #mad…
  continue reading
 
Today I'm welcoming onto the PolyTools Creator Spotlight. Brandon Washington who is a Videographer, Editor, Video Creator Coach, filmmaker, founder of Bwash Media, and teller of brand stories. "Systmatize the process" ## Links: https://www.youtube.com/@bwashmedia https://www.bwashmedia.com/ https://www.bwashmedia.com/cfa https://www.instagram.com/b…
  continue reading
 
Host's Note - if you'd like to watch this interview, check out the YouTube video. SPECIAL EVENT - JUNE WORKSHOP: Navigating Difficult Relationships This episode features our guest, Marnie Marmet, a board-certified health coach with Zenful Life Coaching, a podcaster, and author of her new memoir “My Song: Unleashed”. TOPICS COVERED: - Their Journey …
  continue reading
 
Britain’s Labour Party has launched its manifesto. It said on Thursday that it would be “pro-business” and prioritise “wealth creation”. Among the party’s flagship pledges is the creation of a new publicly owned energy company, a ban on awarding new North Sea oil and gas licences, and reducing medical wait times. UK Correspondent Vincent McAviney t…
  continue reading
 
It’s a big weekend in sports as the Super Rugby semifinals kick off tonight. The Blues and the Brumbies are facing off at Eden Park tonight, the Hurricanes and the Chiefs going head-to-head in Wellington’s Sky Stadium tomorrow afternoon. Sports Commentator Sam Ackerman told Mike Hosking that if he could only watch one of the matches, he’d take the …
  continue reading
 
There’s been push back against the Government's plan to scrap around the clock speed limits outside schools. The Coalition's reversing speed limit reductions implemented over the past four years under the previous Government. The draft report wants speed limits in place at the start and end of each school day as opposed to the current 24-7 system. …
  continue reading
 
The Government's ditching plans to make gender pay gap reporting compulsory. The Labour Government pledged it would require companies with more than 250 workers to publish a pay gap report. But acting Minister for Women Louise Upston's instead developing a tool for businesses to calculate pay gaps voluntarily. Mind the Gap Co-Founder Dellwyn Stuart…
  continue reading
 
In this week’s Fearless Founders conversation, we sat down with podcast host and author, Kevin Miller. As a former pro athlete turned personal development guide, Kevin is no stranger to pivoting his life's direction and finding new opportunities along the way. Tune in to hear Kevin's perspective on how to do just that, as well as his advice on the …
  continue reading
 
In this episode of 'You Asked', Nick tackles the common question: "How can I become a better shooter?" Join us as we dive into five essential tips to enhance your shooting skills. Discover why manual control is crucial and how adjusting your shooting style can make your footage more dynamic and interesting. Don't miss out on our practical advice to…
  continue reading
 
Yesterday saw another historic ruling in the United States, as Hunter Biden was found guilty in his federal gun trial. The conviction makes him the first child of a sitting President to be found guilty of a crime. He was convicted of three gun offences for lying about drug use while illegally buying and possessing a gun in 2018. US Correspondent Ka…
  continue reading
 
There's an expectation New Zealanders will continue to file out of the country in high numbers. The latest figures from Stats NZ show more than 130,000 people left the country in the year to April, the highest number on record. Among those were a record 81,200 NZ citizens. ASB Senior Economist Mark Smith told Mike Hosking that we are moving in the …
  continue reading
 
There’s a belief that there's a problem with the New Zealand electricity business model, not just the new disclosure rules. Gentailers —companies that both generate and sell electricity— are required to disclose the price they use internally to sell power to their retail arms. But NZIER research found the new disclosure rules don't provide enough i…
  continue reading
 
It's thought New Zealanders' faith in rural banks is dwindling. The Government's requested for the Finance and Expenditure and Primary Production select committees to lead a joint inquiry into rural banking. Rural Women NZ says their communities are facing a range of problems including banking competition and customer service. Chief Executive Gabri…
  continue reading
 
You may not have heard of Noel, but if you listen to this show, you've definitely heard us sing the praises of two people who wrote and produced a record for her. Ron and Russell Mael from Sparks made "Is There More To Life Than Dancing?" for Noel shortly after completing their "No. 1 Song in Heaven" album. Noel's record is more of the same great d…
  continue reading
 
Statewide Anti-Trafficking Services Community Outreach Behavioral Services is a 501(c)3 organization that provides trauma care for victims of human trafficking across Idaho. We support all individuals who need an advocate, education, trauma therapy, or other services to improve and support them. We are here to work together and empowering individua…
  continue reading
 
Unemployment is hitting the UK hard. It’s unexpectedly risen to its highest level for two and a half years, climbing to 4.4% in the three months to April. On the other hand, wage growth has remained strong and is outstripping inflation, having increased at an annual rate of 2.9%. UK Correspondent Gavin Grey told Mike Hosking the other striking figu…
  continue reading
 
Police have already received tips on the back of the $80 thousand reward offered in the case of the Phillips children. The now eight, nine, and ten year olds, along with their father Tom Phillips, have been missing since 2021. They're believed to be in western Waikato, near or in Marokopa. Police have given two weeks for the reward to be claimed an…
  continue reading
 
The Government's decision to work with farmers to price their emissions by 2030 is being welcomed by the industry. A law change will stop farming being charged through the Emissions Trading Scheme, which offsets credits against emitting. It was a fallback option if partnership group He Waka Eka Noa didn't find an alternative for agriculture. Meat I…
  continue reading
 
A fuel retailer's applauding the Commerce Commission for raising awareness about prices at the pump ahead of the removal of Auckland's fuel tax. The commission's calling out retailers who lag in dropping prices at the pump, saying it's costing motorists millions each year. It says it's a timely reminder, with the Auckland Regional Fuel Tax being re…
  continue reading
 
Mike said they'd be best friends by the end of the year; it's not looking good. Come hear this and so many other Summer Game Fest stories! Run of Show - - Start - Roger is doing push ups! - Soups Greg likes. - Joey hates grape juice - Where Greg tosses his nail clippings - ADS - Mikes SGF fit - SGF stories - Mike and Geoff Keighley - Shout out to J…
  continue reading
 
On today’s episode, Kaleb and I interview Nick and Stefany Bare on so many amazing self-development topics: Nick is the founder and CEO of Bare Performance Nutrition, a multi million dollar company, & an ultra marathoner and hybrid athlete. Today we talk about: - Nick’s story & background - Nick’s shockingly-disciplined morning routine - Their love…
  continue reading
 
A council in Australia’s New South Wales is displeased after being ordered to repay millions of dollars. The NSW Government has ordered the Hornsby Shire council to repay $36 million as after six years, it still has yet to develop and build a park. Hornsby Mayor Philip Ruddock, a former federal minister, has accused the government of looking to sav…
  continue reading
 
The cost of building a new home's starting to stabilise. Figures from QV CostBuilder show the average cost to build a three-bedroom home in main centres has risen by 1.8% for the year, and 0.3% this quarter. It compares to an annual average increase of nearly 5% last December, and nearly 10% last June. Newstalk ZB’s Resident Builder Pete Wolfkamp t…
  continue reading
 
A political scientist says the allegations that Census data has been misused by a political party would be very concerning if true. The Prime Minister's announced the Public Service Commission will undertake an independent investigation amid allegations surrounding Te Pāti Māori and Manurewa Marae. It relates to the misuse of Census data and Covid-…
  continue reading
 
It's expected China will try to sweeten the pot for New Zealand. Chinese Premier Li Qiang will arrive in Wellington this week, the first such visit since 2017. International relations expert Geoffrey Miller told Mike Hosking that expects he'll want to cover business, education, and likely New Zealand's position on AUKUS. He says tempting offers wil…
  continue reading
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide