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Richard Taylor TV - Pop Culture Rock & Roll Video Podcast
A round-up of the day’s most important business stories, providing local content and context on the international issues that matter.
Final Cut Pro Radio
Final Cut Pro Radio
iPhone Movies
iPhone Movies. All movies recorded with the iPhone 4 HD video camera. Most are a few minutes long. These movies are just quick video snippets, take out the iPhone and shoot. http://RichardTaylor.TV/iPhone/index.html
Sydney Jazz Festival
cool and hip artists and jazz tunes from Sydney Australia
Final Cut Pro TV - FCPX.TV - All things Final Cut Pro X, FCPX, FCP X
ROOTS Archive
ROOTS ROCK RADIO ATTIC-Archives and assorted bits
Keeping democracy alive Democracy is not a spectator sport, it requires informed participating citizens. On Keeping Democracy Alive, we delve into dynamics that both inhibit democracy and reinvigorate it. looking into issues from: domestic economic issues to foreign, labor, trade, and education policy, NSA spying, the drug war, prison, police, and judicial issues, electoral and protest politics, middle east realities, right and left wing populism, environmental and energy issues, the wealth ...
Wu Talk Clan
A podcast between two friends, Lee Wood and Richard Taylor, In the podcast we talk about anything that is on our minds from the past week. New episodes every Monday! Come, sit down, download, listen and enjoy!
The ROCK ROLL RADIO SHOW presents the best REAL ROCK & ROLL, indie ROOTS ROCK/POP, alt COUNTRY/AMERICANA, BLUES/ROCKABILLY and GARAGE/PUNK from around the globe. ©2005-2010 Richard Taylor
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The team discusses why Dubai is doing so well in a recent competitiveness study, Uber's earnings figures, and why singer Robbie Williams is literally going to party like a Russian.
Vijay Valecha, Chief Market Analyst for brokers Century Financial talks investing in India: stocks fell yesterday, hit by a double whammy of high oil prices and a weak rupee.
Chris McHardy, our Head of Sports looks forward to this weekend’s Champions League Final as Real Madrid play Liverpool, plus Pakistan take on England in the 1st cricket test at Lords.
Ali Ebrahim Al Abbas, Co-Founder of Tnerit, talks through his new App that lets you rent and share possessions, rather than buy them.
William Costley, VP of Regional Operations at Hilton talks through their decision to ban plastic straws, along with their other eco-friendly policies.
Christos Cabolis, Head of Operations for IMD World Competitiveness Council explains why the UAE has risen up the rankings in their annual report.
The team talks about the Starbucks employee who returned a bag containing over AED 400,000! Are Marks & Spencer closing 100 stores? Plus, the story behind lowering UAE house prices.
Noor Alnahhas, Managing Director of EnsoSoft talks their agreement with Smart Dubai, following their graduation from the Future Accelerators programme.
Samer Qudah, Partner & Head of Corporate Structuring at Al Tamimi & Co discusses the new laws covering 100% ownership.
Mohammed Ali Yassin, CEO of FAB Securities explains why property stocks have tumbled this year - and how to spot bargains on the Dubai Financial Market.
John Stevens, Managing Director of property management company Asteco talks through his report, which reveals consistently low rents and falling prices in Dubai.
All the best bits from our daily programme, plus a little bit extra. More, and less of us, at the same time.
Mike Dawson, CEO of Ustad Mobile explains how their Dubai-based company is using mobile apps to reach students in challenging locations, including refugee camps.
Trevor McFarlane, Founder & Chief Executive of EMIR discusses the potential impact of the new 100% ownership laws on attracting investment into the UAE.
Dr. Hesham Souka, General Surgeon & Medical Director at Medcare Hospital Sharjah discusses the effect 10 year visas for doctors and their families could have on the country's healthcare system.
Will Fan, CEO of QLC or Quarter Life Crisis has just completed the Dubai Future Accelerators programme. He tells us what he’s hoping to get out of the agreement he’s made with the KHDA.
All the best bits from our daily programme, plus a little bit extra. More, and less of us, at the same time.
I have admired Melissa Greene for years as a wise, fiery, strong women whose radiance you feel as soon as she walks in the building. She’s an award-winning recording artist + pastor, fueled by her love of beauty, truth + goodness in the world and her belief in the inherent worth of all who inhabit it. In this episode, we talk about being beauty ...…
Ambareen Musa, founder and CEO of explains the figures from their latest survey on bank customer satisfaction in the UAE.
In a series of tweets last night, Sheikh Mohammed announced sweeping changes to foreign ownership & visas. James Maltman. MD of Engage Selection talks about the effect on recruitment, and Nick Maclean, MD of CBRE Middle East discusses the impact on property prices.
Jennifer Aguinaldo, Transport & Technologies Editor for analysis company MEED gives us an update on the progress of high-speed rail in Saudi Arabia.
Tariq Hussain, CEO of BodyO describes his new health pod, and talks through his experience of the Dubai Future Accelerator programme.
Gaurang Shah, Head of Investment Strategy at Geojit Financial Services gives us the latest on the beleaguered takeover of Fortis Healthcare.
All the best bits from our daily programme, plus a little bit extra. More, and less of us, at the same time.
Saeed Maesam Al Falasi, Executive Director - Platform of the Future for Dubai Future Foundation talks through the success of their fourth Accelerator programme.
Charlie Barlow, Founder & CEO of Health at Hand explains how their new healthcare platform works.
Anita Yadav, Head of Fixed Income Research for Emirates NBD talks trade, China and oil, plus whether she thinks the Royal Wedding will impact the markets.
Colm McLoughlin, Executive Vice Chairman of Dubai Duty Free talks through his 30 year career as we continue our Winning in Business feature.
Robbie Greenfield, co-host of Sports Tonight, give us the latest updates on sport.
All the best bits from our daily programme, plus a little bit extra. More, and less of us, at the same time.
Female protagonists in peril are the focus of one very silly and one very melancholy production running now in the North Bay. Left Edge Theatre’s “Women in Jeopardy!” is a laugh-out-loud look at the changing dynamic among a group of single friends once one of them begins a relationship. That the friends are middle-aged women makes for a nice ch ...…
Matthew Frost, CEO of Spinneys looks at Ramadan grocery buying trends, and outlines his plans for the company.
Abdallah Al Serkal, Founder of the Sheikh Mohammed Centre of Cultural Understanding explains Ramadan.
John Carey, Deputy CEO of ADNOC Distribution talks through their Q1 results and their cost-cutting measures.
Naji Hawayek, Partner of Clyde & Co gives us an update on the big M&A deals in Saudi Arabia and the wider region.
Mary At Sea (Aired July 30, 1945) The Boston Blackie radio series, also starring Morris, began June 23, 1944, on NBC as a summer replacement for The Amos 'n' Andy Show. Sponsored by Rinso, the series continued until September 15 of that year. Unlike the concurrent films, Blackie had a steady romantic interest in the radio show: Lesley Woods app ...…
Amanda White, MD of Innovative HR Solutions & Janet Garcia, President of PSI International explain how tech is transforming HR.
Didier Rabattu, Head of Global Equities for the Swiss private bank Lombard Odier discusses the prospects for the global economy in the light of improving relations between the US and North Korea.
Talal Ben Halim, Founder & CEO of Acacus Technologies explains how they've teamed up with Dubai Police to put driver-less patrol cars on the road within two years.
Fadi Hammadeh, General Counsel for the Al Futtaim Group discusses the challenges facing family businesses in the UAE, following the publication of his book, "Family Business Continuity in the Middle East & Muslim World: Betting Against the Odds".
Looking in depth at ADNOC's $45 billion refinery plans with comment from HE Dr. Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, ADNOC Group director general and CEO, and UAE Minister of State.
Jeff Rhodes from Rhodes Precious Metals Consultancy DMCC talks us through what’s happening with gold.
CBRE has released its list of cities that retailers and restaurants want to be in - and Dubai is one of them. Nicholas Maclean, managing director of CBRE Middle East, explains why.
Cryptocurrencies are revolutionising the world of corporate governance: Fahim Al Qassimi, Carla Koffel and Ziad Makhzoumi joines a lively panel discussion.
A new survey suggests employees are getting more stressed at work – but that companies are doing more than ever to tackle employee stress. Who’s right? Becky Crayman, programme director of awards and managed events at MEED, the company behind the study, gives us her insights.
Gaurang Shah of Geojit Financial Services looks at Walmart's investment into Indian online retailer Flipkart.
Daniel Richards, Senior Economist for Emirates NBD talks through why the UK economy is hitting a temporary soft patch, and the outlook for Brexit.
Sports reporter Danny Norton talks through the weekend's sports news, including Webb Simpson's success in the Players Championship and who's made the front row at the Spanish Grand Prix.
His Excellency Abdul Aziz Abdulla Al Ghurair, the founder and chairman of Mashreq Bank and the Chairman of the Gulf Family Business Council discusses the challenges facing the continuity of the market as part of our Winning in Business series.
Muhammad Chbib, Head of the Strategic Online Business Unit at the travel agents Al Tayyar outlines what they're doing to stay relevant, including a new talent training scheme with Google, Facebook, Twitter and others.
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