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Measured is RSC’s brand-new podcast series, with RSC Managing Director and Principal Consultant René Sterk conversing with a range of industry personalities. Expect a range of talking points, many with a technical theme, but also some of our industry friends sharing anecdotes about their career in the mineral exploration and mining sector and thoughts on some of the issues the industry faces.
 
Each week a current Royal Shakespeare Company actor or creative interviews an artist who has inspired them. Grab your interval drink, sit back and find out more. The music is ‘Oberon’s Theme – King of Shadows’, originally composed by Sam Kenyon for A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2016).
 
The Gangster Service Announcement Nay60Hood Cast is a News station for the common person . We are regular people from normal walks of life. A lot of Times I felt Story get Swept under the rug or flew over other head or don't get told at all we hope to be the voice to the voiceless . You can watch the filming of this Show on You tube #GSA #60secjokes We have merch to keep the light on so please support at least go sub to the You Tube its Free got topics you want us to talk about on the Show h ...
 
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Semper Gumby is a biweekly podcast produced by the USACE Readiness Support Center and hosted by the RSC Training and Exercise Manager Nadia Taylor. We explore topics ranging from Disaster Response and Recovery, FEMA MIssion Assignments, and Corps-specific Response Authorities under which we operate. We hope you enjoy and learn something!
 
Psychologist, Dr. Shannan Crawford, innovator of the Restoring-Self-Cohesion model, uses her experience and passion so you understand and resolve the unconscious dynamics that have been sabotaging your best efforts, so you can consistently enjoy being you, experience deeper connection in your relationships, and streamline your efforts toward reaching your goals and dreams. Follow Dr. Crawford on social @drshannancrawford and visit drshannancrawford.com for more resources and updates.
 
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Episode 10 has arrived! This week, The RSC creates versions of "all-time" factions, talk about which wrestlers could be utilized better in AEW and WWE, welcome The White Rabbit into The Ringside Club, and list their favorite commentary teams. PLUS, the defending RSC Predictions Champion introduces a new title. All of that plus our usual intro and o…
 
**Queue the 1990 Salt-N-Pepa hit song** While some people may feel inclined to actually talk about it, we've found it makes a lot of people a little uncomfortable - it's ok. We've invited Shaunti Feldhahn, ground-breaking social researcher, best-selling author, and popular speaker, to share her expertise on a taboo topic. We cover where true misund…
 
A very experienced campaigner in the Resource field, Scott Dunham has a passion for sharing knowledge and opinions with the rest of the Mining and Resource industry. Join Rene and Scott as they talk what needs to change in the industry, Machine Learning, Cancel Culture, and much more. Measured is RSC’s podcast series, with RSC Managing Director and…
 
American actress Viola Davis, who has won an Oscar, Emmy and a Tony for her outstanding performances, plays a female warrior in the historical epic The Woman King. Viola Davis and director Gina Prince-Bythewood discuss bringing the story of a 19th Century female general to life. Rona Munro’s trilogy The James Plays were one of the theatrical highli…
 
Artist Samson Kambalu talks to Shahidha Bari about his sculpture Antelope, a thought provoking commentary on colonialism which has just been unveiled on Trafalgar Square's fourth plinth.Period gangster drama Peaky Blinders has been turned into a ballet by dance company Rambert. As it opens in Birmingham, Rambert Dance's Helen Shute explains how the…
 
The Blackwater Lightship is a novel by Colm Tóibín, published in 1999 and shortlisted for the Booker Prize. It was later made into a film and has now been dramatized for the Dublin Theatre Festival. Set in the early nineties, it tells of a young gay man suffering from AIDS who visits his grandmother in rural Wexford and the repercussions his arriva…
 
Actor Minnie Gale meets fellow actor Pippa Nixon and they talk about how the theatre industry is beginning to change so that women and men can continue working when they've become parents. Pippa talks about her experiences of performing in The Importance of Being Earnest and breastfeeding a newborn, and Minnie reflects of her journey playing Margar…
 
The Ringside Club is back for episode 9 of RSC Around The Rings. This week, Chad Law, AO, Ron and Boog talk about the fallout from AEW Dynamite Grand Slam, The Acclaimed and the Kayfabe King, MJF. Then they cover the backstage vibe at WWE, and run-down some of the quality mid-card factions. Watch on YouTube HERE and stay tapped in to all things RSC…
 
Join Robert Child for a conversation with author Brian Walter. Brian is a retired Army officer from a combat arms branch with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science and International Relations. He has been a student of the British military during the Second World War for more than 30 years. His book is called, Blue Water War: Maritime St…
 
Luke Jones meets the countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo, whose show Only An Octave Apart is about to begin a month long run at Wilton’s Music Hall in London. He discusses how he discovered his range, why he fuses opera with pop and his return to the ENO next year in Philip Glass’s Akhnaten.Luke takes a tour round See Monster in Weston-super-Mare, a…
 
Rene sits down to chat with Deborah Lord, Director & Principal of VRM, specialists in mineral asset valuation. Rene and Deborah go into depth about how ESG affects projects, dealing with transgressions in the industry, and trying to solve issues in the education space. Measured is RSC’s podcast series, with RSC Managing Director and Principal Consu…
 
Michael Winterbottom discusses writing and directing a SKY TV drama, This England, starring Kenneth Branagh as Boris Johnson during his tumultuous first months as Prime Minister and the first wave of the COVID pandemic.GALWAD, an ambitious, multiplatform arts project set in Wales, imagines what it would be like if we could receive messages from peo…
 
As a leadership consultant, clinical psychologist, podcast host, adjunct professor, and keynote speaker, Dr. Shannan Crawford is wildly successful at juggling each part of her life through the restoring self cohesion model. The idea of inviting all parts of self to a board meeting, giving yourself the opportunity to be heard, and consciously making…
 
Join Robert Child for a conversation with author Levi Roach. Levi studied at Trinity College, Cambridge, and is former fellow at St John's College also in Cambridge, He’s now senior lecturer at the University of Exeter. His book is called, Empires of the Normans: Conquerors of Europe. Watch our military history documentary, Weather and Warfare, FRE…
 
Critics Boyd Hilton and Sarah Crompton review Blonde, Andrew Dominik’s film adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates’ novel about Marilyn Monroe. They also discuss Inside Man, a new drama from Sherlock creator Steven Moffat, starring David Tennant and Stanley Tucci.Anna Bailey is the last of the authors shortlisted for the BBC National Short Story Award. Th…
 
Beth Orton performs two songs from her new album, Weather Alive, and discusses creative partnerships as well as life after being dropped by her record label.American author Jodi Picoult has turned Markus Zusak’s best-selling novel The Book Thief into a musical, which has just had its world premiere at the Bolton Octagon. She discusses adapting a no…
 
Join Robert Child for a conversation with British historian and Sunday Times bestselling author Saul David. Saul is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and a Professorial Research Fellow at the University of Buckingham’s Humanities Research Institute. From 2009 to 2021, he was Professor of Military History at the University of Buckingham and P…
 
This week, René is joined by Chief Technology Officer Shawn Hood from GoldSpot Discoveries (recently renamed EarthLabs Inc.). GoldSpot is a leading technology company leveraging artificial intelligence and data science to transform the mineral discovery process and is a key partner of RSC. GoldSpot is at the forefront of Machine Learning developmen…
 
Bestselling author Louise Doughty discusses her new BBC One drama Crossfire, a thriller about a terrorist attack in a luxury holiday resort, starring Keeley Hawes. She talks about writing for the screen for the first time, after her novels Apple Tree Yard and Platform 7 were adapted for television. Singer songwriter Miki Berenyi, who is best known …
 
We’ve got some great guests coming up in October on Point of the Spear Click that subscribe button, so you don’t miss a moment. Kicking off the month the story of a pioneering group of CIA female spies who changed the future of espionage with author Nathalia Holt. Then, the virtually unknown story of WWII Demolition Divers who became the Navy seals…
 
If you missed last week's episode, hit pause on this one, and go listen to episode 71 of the UnlockU Podcast. Shaunti broke down some myths, truths, and concepts about sex and marriage that are integral for sustaining connection between spouses! This week, we dive deeper into the heart of the matter. Where did the disconnect start? What is the root…
 
Join Robert Child for a conversation with author and retired Colonel Richard Hooker. Richard, a career Army officer, his military service included combat tours in Grenada, Somalia, Kosovo, Iraq, and Afghanistan, including command of a parachute brigade in Baghdad. His military service also included stints in the offices of the Chairman of the Joint…
 
What are the best NXT moments and matches in its history? Is Sami Zayn really Jadakiss? Did PWI get their top 10 right? Is Chris Jericho properly appreciated? We answer all questions. Make sure you tap in with The RSC at TheRingsideClub.com The Ringside Club is a proud sponsor of the Welcome to The Bronx event by We Are Wrestling. More info to come…
 
Journalist and author Hadley Freeman, and Art UK editor and art historian Lydia Figes, review Ticket to Paradise starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts, and the Winslow Homer exhibition at the National Gallery.And head judge Elizabeth Day joins Front Row for the announcement of the shortlist for the 2022 BBC National Short Story Award with Cambr…
 
Genre-defying South African cellist Abel Selaocoe speaks to Samira and performs a piece from his new album Where Is Home (Hae Ke Kae), which will be launched at a performance at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London. He is about to become Artist In Residence at London's Southbank Centre. His inventive and virtuosic compositions and performance style f…
 
Join Robert Child for a conversation with author and former Lt. Colonel Stuart Scheller. Stuart gained notoriety last year as a US Marine speaking out and asking for accountability for the US’s disastrous military withdrawal from Afghanistan. His new book is called Crisis of Command: How We Lost Trust and Confidence in America's Generals and Politi…
 
Sir Richard Eyre is one of the UK’s most distinguished and celebrated directors - equally at home in theatre, film, and television. At the age of 79, he has just made his debut as a playwright with his new play, The Snail House, which has just opened at Hampstead Theatre. He talks to Samira about his late literary blooming and what needs to happen …
 
René talks to VM Drilling General Manager Courtney Pacey in this week’s instalment of the #measuredpodcast. Courtney gets into the thick of RC drilling, and what can be done to potentially bridge a few gaps in the understanding of the method between drillers and the rest of us. Measured is RSC’s podcast series, with RSC Managing Director and Princi…
 
Eileen Cooper is a painter and printmaker who’s been quietly creating boldly coloured figurative images and ceramics since the 1970s. This year finally sees the first major review of her work which, in magic realist style, encompasses huge themes: sexuality, motherhood, life and death. The show is called Parallel Lines: Eileen Cooper And Leicester’…
 
The trumpeter and musician Alison Balsom has performed with some of the world’s greatest orchestras. She talks about her latest album, Quiet City.Jack Hilton was a plasterer from Rochdale whose groundbreaking writing was praised by both WH Auden and George Orwell. His work fell out of print after the Second World War and he has been largely forgott…
 
Join Robert Child for a follow-up conversation with author and Navy SEAL veteran Ben Milligan. Ben became a US Navy SEAL in 2001 and served until 2009. He is the recipient of the Bronze Star and other awards. He received a BA in History at Purdue University and an MA in International Relations at the University of San Diego. His book is called By W…
 
American singer songwriter Loudon Wainwright III performs live in the studio and talks about his decades-long career, his current UK tour and his latest album titled Lifetime Achievement.Tonight the six books on this year’s Booker Prize for Fiction shortlist will be announced. The literary critic Max Liu joins us to comment. One of these six shortl…
 
This week, Rene talks with Dr Sandra Occhipinti. Sandra is the Research Director at CSIRO (The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation), the home of Australia’s Scientific research. In this talk, Sandra provides expert analysis on the developments in the industry, and talks about some of the great innovations coming out of her …
 
David Cronenberg’s new film Crimes of the Future is a science fiction body parts horror movie starring Viggo Mortensen, Kristen Stewart and Léa Seydoux. In a time when pain no longer exists a couple are using organ removal surgery as performance art. Leila Latif reviews and gives a run down on the films being shown at this year’s Venice Film Festiv…
 
We've got part 2 of my interview with Eddy Badrina! Not only is Eddy a visionary in the #AgIndustry , he's also a master achiever, dreamer, and goal-seeker. In episode 70, we dig deeper into what it looks like to truly go after your dreams. How do we set a foundation for success? What do we do when we see failure? What's our mindset when running in…
 
The Ringside Club is live for a super predictions edition of the Around The Rings Podcast. Our rules: title matches are worth 2 points and non-title matches are worth 1. The current champion Chad Law must defend his title against Boogie, Ron and AO during a full weekend of pro wrestling that includes WWE Clash at the Castle, AEW All Out and NXT Wor…
 
Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power is a prequel and in keeping with the epic scale of Tolkein’s books and their film versions it doesn’t begin a two years before The Hobbit but two thousand. Sci-fi novelist Temi Oh and film critic Tim Robey review the Amazon Prime series. They also consider the merits of another millennia spanning work, George Mille…
 
Joyce Carol Oates’s latest novel, Babysitter, is the story of a woman caught in an abusive relationship with her lover, set against the background of the hunt for a serial killer in 70s Detroit. Its dark themes are not untypical of the subject matter of much of Oates’s long list of successful books which have won her great critical acclaim over the…
 
Join Robert Child for a conversation with author Dr. Samuel Mitcham. Dr. Mitcham is a military historian who's written extensively on the Civil War South. A U.S. Army helicopter pilot in the Vietnam War and a Command and General Staff College graduate, he remained active in the reserves, qualifying through the rank of Major General. He's also a for…
 
"I don't want any bosses, I don't want any employees" Rene has known this week's guest, Dr Jon Hronsky, for a while now. Jon joins Rene to talk company culture, being self-employed, ore-forming processes and much more! Measured is RSC’s podcast series, with RSC Managing Director and Principal Consultant René Sterk conversing with a range of industr…
 
Bestselling crime novelist Ann Cleeves joins Samira Ahmed to discuss the return of her no-nonsense Northumberland crime-fighter, Detective Inspector Vera Stanhope, in the Rising Tide.What gets books on the shelves of some of our biggest chain retailers? Tonight Front Row lifts the lid on the behind-the-scenes payments that influence what you get to…
 
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