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In these engaging podcasts, Karen Pascal (Executive Director, Henri Nouwen Society), interviews Christian writers, thinkers and leaders that have all been influenced by Henri Nouwen. They share about Henri’s impact on shaping their own lives, and ways that his ideas continue to resonate and be relevant today. FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram @henrinouwensociety Twitter @nouwensociety Facebook @nouwensociety Pinterest @henrinouwen YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/HenriNouwenTV MORE FR ...
 
The Independent Minded podcast features conversations with indie artists in the music and entertainment business. Pop culture legends “Weird Al” Yankovic and Henry Rollins, indie icons CAKE, Gogol Bordello and Mike Doughty, and up-and-coming indie artists Lucky Chops, The Districts and Vagabon talk about their experiences in the business, their inspirations and passions, and their recent projects. The podcast is hosted by Ron Scalzo, an indie musician and radio producer with 9 self-released ...
 
The PR Future podcast shares the latest trends and provides insight into the future of public relations and strategic communication. Produced by the Center for Public Relations (CPR) at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and hosted by CPR Director and Golin Chairman Fred Cook, #PRFuture features the inspiring stories of communication executives, academics, students and more as part of our mission to define the future of our industry and to develop those who will shape it.
 
Hey, how you doin'? We are Ron Richards, Josh Flanagan, and Conor Kilpatrick, and we are the hosts of Goodfellas Minute, the only podcast that analyzes the Martin Scorcese film Goodfellas one glorious minute at a time. New episode of our show comes out every weekday, Monday through Friday. For around 15 minutes we discuss, analyze, pick apart, lavish praise upon, and makes jokes about one minute of one of the greatest gangster films of all time. Plus we delve into the real story behind the f ...
 
Pinnacle Forum's podcast features interviews with our Partners and other guest speakers. Learn how to take your position of leadership to a higher purpose and deeper significance. Our speciality is in helping leaders to steward their influence in ways that honor Jesus Christ - which changes the cultures in which we live: family, personal, work, community, country, and globally. After all people are not just observing the amount of success we achieve, but they are watching how we achieve that ...
 
Olivia Wilder Times™ features celebrity and other unique guest interviews that are informal and conversational. The over 600 guests have included TV/FILM: Linda Evans, Beau Bridges, Andie MacDowell, La Toya Jackson, Eric Roberts, Sean Young, Richard Thomas, Billy Zane, Gilles Marini, Robert Townsend, Joanna Cassidy, Melora Hardin, Debi Mazar ; Justin Kirk, Clark Gregg, Tom Conti, Henry Goodman, Cung Le; Justin Chon and Solomon Trimble (Twilight); RuPaul, Josie Bissett, COMEDY: Dane Cook, Gre ...
 
The Reign of King Edward the Third is an Elizabethan play printed anonymously in 1596. It has frequently been claimed that it was at least partly written by William Shakespeare, a view that Shakespeare scholars have increasingly endorsed. The rest of the play was probably written by Thomas Kyd. The play contains many gibes at Scotland and the Scottish people, which has led some critics to think that it is the work that incited George Nicolson, Queen Elizabeth's agent in Edinburgh, to protest ...
 
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As the campaign to vaccinate the population against Covid-19 picks up pace, Gareth Williams explores previous efforts to combat lethal diseases, from smallpox to polio Gareth Williams, emeritus professor of medicine at the University of Bristol, traces historical efforts to vaccinate populations against killer infections – from Edward Jenner’s eure…
 
Dominic Sandbrook answers popular search queries and listener questions about Britain in the 1960s Did the Sixties really swing? Why did the decade see such an explosion of popular culture? And what were the top sellers in the supermarket? Historian, author and broadcaster Dominic Sandbrook answers popular search queries and questions you submitted…
 
Laurence Rees compares the actions of the two dictators over the course of the Second World War Historian, author and broadcaster Laurence Rees discusses his new book, Hitler and Stalin, which compares the actions of the two dictators over the course of the Second World War. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Priya Satia explores how historians helped advance the British empire, only to later become critics of imperialism Professor Priya Satia discusses her recent book, Time’s Monster, which explores how historians helped advance the aims of the British empire, only to later become highly critical of imperialism. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op…
 
David Hepworth tells the story of the British rock bands – from the Beatles and Rolling Stones to Led Zeppelin – who took the United States by storm in the 1960s Author and broadcaster David Hepworth tells us about his latest book, Overpaid, Oversexed and Over There, which documents how a wave of skinny, pale, long-haired musicians from Blighty bec…
 
True discipleship has been absent in America and in many places around the globe, and yet this is THE GREAT COMMISSION from our Lord. Our Partner, Brad Bright, poses a challenge to the body of Christ this year. Listen as he keys us in to the model God intended for Spirit filled transformation and a transition from isolation to an investment into th…
 
Lawrence Gordon is a man who has many skills, and applies them in several different arenas. By day, he's the VP of Workforce Development at Hope Haven, a Charlotte non-profit dedicated to helping those suffering from addiction. At night, he's also a basketball coach at Carmel Christian. Lawrence's work with his kids writing children's books, howeve…
 
Stephen Baxter discusses the latest insights revealed by a new study of the 11th-century survey of England Professor Stephen Baxter discusses the latest insights revealed by a new study of Domesday Book, which suggests that William the Conqueror’s survey of England in the mid-1080s was more efficient, complex, and sophisticated than previously thou…
 
This year, we’ve not only experienced a pandemic that continues to upend our lives, but the resurgence of a powerful racial justice movement that has reminded us all that it is time for change. It is time for equality. It is time to put in the work across our industry and many others to dismantle white supremacy and systemic racism, and establish a…
 
Jerry Brotton, professor of Renaissance studies at Queen Mary University of London, responds to listener questions and popular internet search queries about the Renaissance. He tackles everyday life in the era and explains why it saw such an explosion of ground-breaking art and culture. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Robert Hutchinson gives a lecture on the Tudor monarch's final years, plagued by illness, bankruptcy, and thwarted ambitions In a lecture he delivered at BBC History Magazine’s 2019 Chester History Weekend event, historian Robert Hutchinson discusses the final years of the Tudor monarch, revealing a lonely, vulnerable man plagued by illness, bankru…
 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Sébastien Page, author of 2020's "Beyond Diversification: What Every Investor Needs to Know About Asset Allocation" and head of T. Rowe Price's multi-asset division, which manages $363.5 billion. Page is also a member of T. Rowe Price's asset allocation committee and management committee. He wa…
 
Kavita Puri discusses the experiences of British South Asians during the 1990s and early 2000s. BBC journalist Kavita Puri discusses the new series of her Radio 4 documentary Three Pounds in My Pocket, which explores the experiences of British South Asians during the 1990s and early 2000s. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In this episode from our archive, Ian Kershaw offers his take on how the continent has developed since the Second World War In this archive episode from 2018, recorded to mark HistoryExtra’s 500th episode, historian Sir Ian Kershaw offers his take on how the continent has developed over the past seven decades since the Second World War. See acast.c…
 
Robert Tombs discusses the historical background to Brexit, exploring Britain’s long and fluctuating relationship with Europe Professor Robert Tombs discusses his new book This Sovereign Isle, which examines the history of Britain’s relationship with Europe. He talks about how ideas about the past have shaped Brexit, and how future historians might…
 
In this archive episode, Catherine Merridale recounts how the future Soviet leader travelled to Petrograd in 1917 – a key moment in the Russian Revolution In this episode from our archive, Catherine Merridale discusses her book Lenin on the Train, which recounts the future Soviet leader’s famous 1917 train journey across Europe to Petrograd – a key…
 
Our Partner, John Decker, shares his story and his life passion. The seven mountains of influence need energized and Kingdom-minded workers. Learn how your city can produce many more believers on college campuses, who will then graduate with a strategy to impact the workplace and society. John Decker's bio. PinnacleForum.com Show Notes: https://pin…
 
James Holland tells the story of the dramatic Allied assault on the island of Sicily in the Second World War Military historian James Holland tells the story of the dramatic assault on the island of Sicily in 1943 – a key moment in the Second World War that saw Allied forces battle to return to ‘Fortress Europe’. See acast.com/privacy for privacy a…
 
Emma Griffin tackles internet search queries and questions submitted by listeners about Britain’s Industrial Revolution Emma Griffin tackles internet search queries and questions submitted by listeners about Britain’s Industrial Revolution, from the key inventions and cultural impact to workers’ rights and child labour. See acast.com/privacy for pr…
 
Tim Grady gives a lecture exploring the varied experiences of German Jews in the First World War In a lecture he delivered at our 2019 History Weekend in Chester based on his book, A Deadly Legacy: German Jews and the Great War, Tim Grady reveals how German Jews played a central role in the First World War, and considers how they were impacted by t…
 
Edward Brooke-Hitching discusses some of history’s strangest literary curiosities, from hoax manuscripts to tomes bound in human skin Edward Brooke-Hitching discusses his book The Madman’s Library, which tells the stories of some of history’s strangest literary curiosities, from hoax manuscripts and books of demonology to volumes written in blood o…
 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Dave Welling, CEO of Mercer Advisors, a Denver-based RIA that manages more than $21 billion. Welling's nontraditional career path involves experience in consulting, private equity and technology, which has given him a unique perspective on the financial services business.…
 
Jacqueline Riding considers whether the Jacobite prince was a valiant freedom fighter, or a haughty coward Ever since he led a failed Jacobite rebellion against the British crown in 1745, Bonnie Prince Charlie has divided opinion. To his supporters, he was a courageous freedom fighter; to his detractors, a gutless popinjay. On the 300th anniversary…
 
Happy New Year! To kick-off the 2021 season of "Now & Then," we are featuring Henri Nouwen himself, in an intimate recording where he shares with his friends about how to become the beloved. * EPISODE PAGE: http://henrinouwen.org/now-then-henri-nouwen/* TO PURCHASE "LIFE OF THE BELOVED" by Henri Nouwen:Amazon (Canada) amzn.to/2MQX73mAmazon (USA) am…
 
In today’s episode of The Biscuit, we’ve asked several Charlotte creatives to give us what they’ve learned from 2020 and what their hopes are for 2021. You’ll get to hear from creatives like Sonya Phiffer of Elder Gallery, photographer Ernesto Moreno and painter Rosalia Torres Weiner about their hopes for the new year. 2020 has been a year unlike a…
 
In this episode from our archive, Jessie Childs tells the story of Tudor gentleman Thomas Tresham, whose faith set him at odds with the Virgin Queen In this archive episode from 2018, historian Jessie Childs tells the story of Thomas Tresham, a Tudor gentleman who built a remarkable secret monument to his Catholic faith and risked the anger of the …
 
In this episode of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast, Todd Adkins and Chandler Vannoy are joined by Larry Osborne, author and teaching pastor at North Coast Church. They discuss succession planning and how people choose to live in echo chambers. BEST QUOTES “There are no good transitions, there are only good people.” “Godly people can make weird s…
 
Eight hundred and fifty years ago today, the archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Becket, was brutally murdered in his cathedral. Dr Emily Guerry explains what happened next Eight hundred and fifty years ago today, on 29 December 1170, the archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Becket, was brutally murdered in his cathedral, by four knights acting on what th…
 
Hannah Greig, historian and etiquette advisor to new Netflix show Bridgerton, joins us to talk about the historical detail that can be found in the drama – and the inspirations behind it Historian and etiquette advisor Hannah Greig joins us to discuss the historical details that can be found in new Netflix drama Bridgerton. She talks about the insp…
 
Jo and Dre talk meet up in the studio and talk about how Jo spoke his special into existence, how crazy Florida really is, snake handling churches, Jo working as a tour guide in Las Vegas, how Circus Circus clowns ran Vegas and the importance of avoiding complacency. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Lauren Johnson responds to listener questions about the Wars of the Roses, the 15th-century clashes for the English throne between the houses of Lancaster and York In the latest in our series tackling the big questions on major historical topics, historian Lauren Johnson responds to listener queries and popular search enquiries about Wars of the Ro…
 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Jeff Poggi, co-CEO of McIntosh Group, the legendary manufacturer of premium audio equipment. Despite the pandemic, the company has notched its best year for sales in its 70-year history. Prior to joining McIntosh Group, Poggi — an engineer by training — was at Harman International and Bose Corp…
 
In this episode from our archive, Colin Grant tells the stories of postwar immigrants who moved to Britain from the Caribbean In this archive episode, historian, author and broadcaster Colin Grant discusses his book, Homecoming: Voices of the Windrush Generation, which tells the stories of postwar immigrants who moved to Britain from the Caribbean.…
 
Test your historical knowledge with our annual festive quiz, devised by QI writer Justin Pollard Join the HistoryExtra team for the return of our annual Christmas history quiz. Test your knowledge on turkey bowling, snowball fights and strange festive traditions with fiendish questions set by QI writer Justin Pollard. See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
In 2009, local freelance writer Jody Mace was faced with a question that she heard echoed around the city: What do we do in Charlotte that's fun and not incredibly expensive. That's when Jody and her husband decided to build the aptly-named website Charlotte on the Cheap, where they would list as many of the fun and exciting events that were happen…
 
In this episode of the 5 Leadership Questions podcast, Todd Adkins and Chandler Vannoy are joined by Ed Stetzer, executive director of the Wheaton College Billy Graham Center. They discuss navigating leadership during times of crisis and being a better leader through learning. BEST QUOTES “The cultural moment now is more complex than it has been an…
 
In this episode from our archive, biographer Ron Chernow discusses the extraordinary life of the American Founding Father who inspired a hit musical In this archive episode from 2018, we spoke to historian Ron Chernow about the amazing life of the American Founding Father. Chernow discusses his biography of Hamilton, which inspired the hip-hop musi…
 
Telling spooky tales at Christmastime is a very old tradition. Francis Young explains the origins of this custom and what it tells us Telling spooky tales at Christmastime is a very old tradition. Folklorist and historian Francis Young explains where the idea of the ghost story originates and what it tells us about approaches to the festive period,…
 
Did Cromwell ban mince pies? And why does Santa wear red? George Goodwin responds to listener questions and internet search queries on festive history Did Cromwell ban mince pies? When did people first give Christmas presents? And why does Santa wear red? George Goodwin, historian and author of Christmas Traditions: A Celebration of Festive Lore, r…
 
The Cut Out Girl author Bart van Es gives a lecture on the Jewish children who survived the Holocaust by living in hiding in the Netherlands In a lecture he delivered at our 2019 Chester History Weekend, based on his Costa Prize-winning book The Cut Out Girl, Bart van Es explores the stories of the thousands of Jewish children who survived the Holo…
 
Our very special Christmas gift to you! This week on "Now & Then" we feature an intimate personal audio recording from Henri Nouwen to his dear friends as he articulates what it means to be beloved.* EPISODE NOTES: henrinouwen.org/now-then-henri-nouwen/* TO SIGN-UP FOR FREE DAILY E-MEDITATIONS: henrinouwen.org/resources/daily-meditation/* TO PURCHA…
 
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