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Musicians: Singers, Songwriters, Beat Makers, Producers, and Music Students—learn what it takes to go further in your music career. This informative series features the insight of Walter and featured music industry guests—covering topics related to: Home Studio Advice, Performance, Getting a Recording Deal, Ways to Create Better Music, Selling Songs Online, Music Theory, Marketing Your Band, Trends in the Industry, Equipment, Recording Techniques, and more.
 
Ever since the shocking deaths of three young women in 1996 and 1997, the unanswered questions surrounding the Claremont serial killings have remained one of the biggest mysteries in WA history. Any hope of justice in the tragic deaths of Ciara Glennon, Sarah Spiers and Jane Rimmer seemed bleak for more than 20 years, with police coming unstuck and no sign of a breakthrough. That was until the arrest of Bradley Robert Edwards in 2016, who was subsequently charged with the trio's murders. For ...
 
Welcome to the UK Health & Safety Department Podcast. We will be covering various parts of training on here to support you in becoming safer in your job. The podcast is totally free to listen to or download. We will be releasing new podcast's throughout the year. All you have to do is subscribe in iTunes or a number of other common podcasting tools. Automatically have new episodes delivered to your computer or mobile device. If you have any other questions in the meantime please do not hesit ...
 
A sweet mother. The mum who puts the cereal box in the fridge and the milk in the cupboard. The mum who longs to be meaningfully connected to herself and her family. The mum who doesn't have all the answers. The mum who hears the voice of guilt. The mum with good days, bad days and days that are a blur. The mum who cries, laughs, struggles and dances but most importantly, she invites Jesus to take control. Join Iffy Chukwu, a mother of four, children's author and a Nigerian mum in London, as ...
 
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August 2020 Questions from our anonymous Have A Question page. Check out the show notes here for more details and links.In this episode, we are tackling the subjects:Negative Self-TalkSex and Midnight PrayerIs it okay to ask God for a spouse who enjoys anal sex?How to deal with jealousySex isn't special after the wife had an affairDid Jesus ever ge…
 
Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian and Glen Quartermain is the sports editor of The Sunday Times. In this episode, Duff and Quarters discuss: Prelim wash-up - 1.00 Brownlow - 11.00 Jeremy Cameron eyeing Geelong - 13.00 Nic Naitanui with the Eagles nod after a classy 2020 - 17.00 Freo's Hogan and Blakely look elsewhere…
 
Dyl Buckley joins Xavier Ellis for another week of the Loose Ballers. Longterm contracts, players yes but clubs... not so much 3.00 Brownlow, GOTY and MOTY wash-up 10.00 North Melbourne coaching job - Lyon, Roos... Mitchell? 18.00 Tom Lynch hit with a cup, the villain & key for Saturday 27.00 GF tips - Winner, Norm, margin and first goal 35.00 Mazd…
 
Chris Robinson hosts the Monday Mad Scramble, taking a look at what’s happened in the weekend of footy, what’s to come, and weighing up some over/unders with a special guest of the week. This week, Fremantle great Michael Barlow joins the pod to discuss how former teammate Lachie Neale came to be, Neale's big butt, Richmond's buy-in from role playe…
 
Australian Medical Association WA president Dr Andrew Miller will weigh in on alleged border hopping New Zealand travellers who are in Perth quarantine after reaching WA via travel bubble, coronavirus-infected bulk-ore carrier Key Integrity off Fremantle and has Fiona Stanley Hospital been exposed to COVID-19? CFMEU state secretary Mick Buchan disc…
 
Australian Medical Association WA president Dr Andrew Miller will weigh in on alleged border hopping New Zealand travellers who are in Perth quarantine after reaching WA via travel bubble, coronavirus-infected bulk-ore carrier Key Integrity off Fremantle and has Fiona Stanley Hospital been exposed to COVID-19? See omnystudio.com/listener for privac…
 
University of Western Australia Professor and Telethon Kids Institute Honorary Research Fellow Helen Milroy discusses the mental health crisis stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. City of Perth Mayoral election, Returning Officer Kelly Dansie reveals how many of the mailed out votes have been returned with the City of Perth election just a day away…
 
This week, Xavier Ellis, reporter Ryan Daniels in the Queensland hub and The West sport editor Nick Rynne dive right into the issues of the week in footy and the prelim weekend ahead. Trade talk - Cripps to stay Blue, what is de Goey's worth?, Freo's 2 trade targets, West Coast quick fire and much MUCH more. Follow the show on Instagram and Twitter…
 
Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian and Glen Quartermain is the sports editor of The Sunday Times. In this episode, Duff and Quarters discuss: Grand final coach ousted at Claremont 4.00 Trade talk - Treloar to the GC, Grundy shuffle and West Coast's options 6.00 MOTY, GOTY and Brownlow 21.00 Prelim tips - 27.00 Josh's …
 
The new chairman of Diggers & Dealers Jim Walker talks about this year's conference, the industry's latest innovations, WA's hard border and how mining has powered the nation through the coronavirus pandemic. Anglicare chief executive officer Mark Glasson discusses the WA results from their annual Jobs Availability Snapshot released this week and a…
 
Electrical Workers Union organiser Damian Clancey who was at the scene at Curtin University yesterday discusses the heartbreaking workplace tragedy. Workplace safety advocate and Families Left Behind spokesperson Regan Ballantine discusses her frustration at the stalling of the new industrial manslaughter legislation in the Upper House plus how you…
 
Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian and Glen Quartermain is the sports editor of The Sunday Times. In this episode, Duff and Quarters discuss: Mitch Duncan and Geelong on a roll 2.00 Hardwick knows how to act tough 9.00 Trade talk - West Coast - 3 years for Petruccelle 18.00 GWS and Essendon 26.00 Josh's MAILBAG - Trad…
 
Dyl Buckley joins Xavier Ellis for another week of the Loose Ballers. Nothing wrong with how Tigers play 4.00 De Goey and the Pies, being a Collingwood favourite 9.00 Xav and Dyl's impromptu fishing podcast 16.00 Selwood's 10th prelim, toughest footy moments 20.00 Mazda BT-50 Storytime - How does the drug testing work within a season 36.00 Head to …
 
White Ribbon CEO Brad Chilcott walks us through the organisation’s new push to have coercive control criminalised. President of the Indonesia Institute Ross Taylor compares the COVID crisis to the Bali bombings on the memorial of those horrific events 18 years ago and what will our favourite holiday destination look like when we’re finally allowed …
 
Chris Robinson hosts the Monday Mad Scramble, taking a look at what’s happened in the weekend of footy, what’s to come, and weighing up some over/unders with a special guest of the week. This week, West Coast great and 2006 Norm Smith medallist Andrew Embley joins the pod to discuss the business end of 2020, his most underrated performances, Brisba…
 
Should Bradley Edwards be allowed to participate in rehabilitation programs in prison? Or should the prison just 'throw away the key'? Legal expert Damien Cripps joins Natalie Bonjolo in this last episode until the sentencing, discussing how Edwards might be sentenced, and answer some of your questions. Damien Cripps said Edwards' sentencing will b…
 
Australian Medical Association WA president Andrew Miller and the Town of Port Hedland Commissioner Fred Riebeling provide an update on the positive tests on the BHP cargo ship Vega Dream. City of Perth Mayoral election, Returning Officer Kelly Dansie discusses the process, candidates and if the public is really engaged with only 27.5% of mailed ou…
 
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