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Welcome to the Swim Coaches Base podcast. Get ready to build up your knowledge base from other swim coaches around the world. The SCB is the #1 podcast for swim coaches, bringing you the best conversations with top coaches to help you become a better coach. The Swim Coaches Base podcast is hosted by Chris Ritter and powered by RITTER Sports Performance. Check out more swim coach resources from RITTER - rittersp.com Sponsored by A3 Performance.
 
Omni Talk is a series of podcast productions from OmniTalk.blog, hosted by leading omnichannel retail experts, Chris Walton and Anne Mezzenga, and other frequent guest contributors. Chris and Anne are the founders of Omnitalk.blog, one of the fastest growing blogs in retail, and ThirdHaus.com, a retail technology lab in Minneapolis. Their signature podcast, the Omni Talk Fast Five dives into the top retail news headlines of the week, all in their own candid and humorous styles, with frequent ...
 
A subversive comedy podcast with Broadway’s biggest names, hosted by Josh Lamon, one of Broadway’s most sought out comedic performers (and it’s not just his mom who thinks so!). These are candid, often inappropriate conversations with his friends ranging from behind the scenes antics to in depth conversations about their lives and daily struggles. Together they explore what it is actually like to deal with the ups and downs of show business and they don’t hold back. “WHY DO WE DO THIS?” List ...
 
Thanks for tuning in to The Real Estate CPA Podcast, a show that focuses on tax, accounting, and finance tips for real estate investors and business owners. Our episodes generally run 10-20 minutes of no-nonsense, hard-hitting information. We know your time is valuable so our goal is to save you thousands of dollars per episode. Your host, Brandon Hall, runs a CPA firm that exclusively serves real estate investors and real estate business owners. He works with synidcators and developers clos ...
 
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Taylor Swift, who recently won Album of the Year at the Grammy Awards, has today released a new album called Fearless (Taylor's Version), which is an exact remake of her 2008 breakthrough album, Fearless. Music critic Sophie Harris explains why Taylor is repeating herself and reviews the new record. Tom Sutcliffe discusses HRH the Duke of Edinburgh…
 
In the latest edition of the Omni Talk Fast Five, sponsored by the A&M Consumer & Retail Group and Takeoff, Chris Walton, Anne Mezzenga, and Emma the Intern, along with special guest hosts Kristin Kohler Burrows and David Ritter:– Discuss what Harry's $155 million investment round means for its future and the future of CPGs.– Exchange barbs about B…
 
Peggy Seeger has just released her latest album, The First Farewell, at the age of 85. She tells us about the pleasures of working on it with her family, her worries about the post-Covid music scene, getting older - and getting younger.Liverpool is about to take part in a pilot scheme testing live events. There will be an open-air film screening, a…
 
FREE Webinar - The Process of Dryland Training - Join Chris as he shows how you can write an effective dryland workout in less than 10 minutes using the principles taught in the SURGE Strength Dryland Certification Curriculum Become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified (SSDC) - Open Enrollment Starts Monday, April 26th for a limited time…
 
Katherine Parkinson is best known as an actress – she won a BAFTA playing Jen in The IT Crowd and warm praise for her performance on stage in Laura Wade’s play Home, I’m Darling. But she has also written a play, Sitting, an interwoven set of three monologues first performed at the Edinburgh Festival and now on BBC4 as part of BBC Lights Up. It is i…
 
Drew Gasparini is writing the scores for a number of new stage musicals including the Broadway-bound adaptation of The Karate Kid, an adaptation of Night Shift for Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures, and an adaptation of the Ned Vizzini novel/film It's Kind of a Funny Story for Universal Theatrical Group (book by Alex Brightman), among others. Some of D…
 
Riz Ahmed stars in Sound of Metal as a rock drummer who loses his hearing. The actor and rapper discusses learning American sign language, working with culturally Deaf actors as well as learning about addiction for his Oscar nominated performance.So far, 2021 has seen a large number of novels with a climate change theme being published. Toby Lichti…
 
A year ago, the writer, poet and broadcaster Michael Rosen was rushed to hospital with Covid. Put into an induced coma in intensive care for 48 days, he underwent weeks of convalescence as he learned to walk again.Following his recovery he wrote a new book, Many Different Kinds of Love: A Story of Life, Death and the NHS, featuring letters written …
 
FREE Webinar - The Process of Dryland Training - Join Chris as he shows how you can write an effective dryland workout in less than 10 minutes using the principles taught in the SURGE Strength Dryland Certification Curriculum Become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified (SSDC) - Open Enrollment Starts Monday, April 26th for a limited time…
 
In the latest Omni Talk Live Production -- You Can't Spell Autonomous Shopping Without AI -- Chris Walton goes deep on the subject of AI and autonomous shopping with executives from NVIDIA, Dell Technologies, and AWM Smart Shelf who know their stuff as well as anyone.Azita Matin (NVIDIA's VP & GM, AI for Retail & CPG), Trey McMillian (Dell Technolo…
 
Tonight's Font Row is a blue odyssey led by John Wilson as he talks to:Dr Narayan Khandekar, Director of the Forbes Pigment Collection and one of the first people in the world to recognise the significance of the accidental creation of new pigment, YInMn Blue;Artist Idris Khan is known for the use of blue in his work. He accepted Front Row's invita…
 
In the latest edition of the Omni Talk Fast Five, sponsored by the A&M Consumer & Retail Group and Takeoff, Chris Walton, Anne Mezzenga, and Emma the Intern:– Take sides on the landlord vs. retailer sales calculation debate– Discuss how far is too far in Nike's distribution pullback efforts– Forecast out the impact on retail workers of increased de…
 
Minari tells the story of a Korean family who move to a farm in Arkansas in pursuit of the American Dream. The film’s director, Lee Isaac Chung, explains how his own family story inspired events in the film, and the impact Awards nominations have on his career as a director.Pianist and musicologist Samantha Ege has launched an album of piano music …
 
FREE Webinar - The Process of Dryland Training - Join Chris as he shows how you can write an effective dryland workout in less than 10 minutes using the principles taught in the SURGE Strength Dryland Certification Curriculum Become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified (SSDC) - Open Enrollment Starts Monday, April 26th for a limited time…
 
Andrew Miller, the Government’s first Disability Champion for Arts and Culture, is stepping down after three years in the post. He discusses the challenges facing disabled people in the creative industries and his hopes for the future. Jenny Sealey is Artistic Director of deaf and disabled theatre company Graeae and Robert Softley Gale is Artistic …
 
Originally aired as a BPN Live event on April 2020. Watch the original video here https://youtu.be/_cHc447RxMk. Produced by Alan Seales and Elizabeth Wheless. A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Broadway Podcast Network
 
Novelist Nadifa Mohamed and translator Maureen Freely review the just-announced longlist for the International Booker Prize 2021.Author Joanne Harris talks to her Italian translator Laura Grandi, her collaborator of 22 years, about their special partnership.Plus writer and artist Khairani Barokka and Maureen Freely explore the question of how to ch…
 
Brandon Hall and Thomas Castelli break down Section 469 (the real estate professional status), the history of Section 469, and why it matters to real estate investors.This is the first episode in a series of episodes designed to set the record straight and demystify some of the complexities of this area of the tax code and address misinformation an…
 
Kevin Macdonald’s new film The Mauritanian is based on the true story of a prisoner held in Guantánamo Bay for 14 years but never charged. The French-Algerian actor Tahar Rahim, recently seen in the TV drama series The Serpent, discusses the challenges of playing Mohamedou Slahi, who was shackled, beaten and waterboarded by the US authorities.The L…
 
For our Friday Review, critics Jacqueline Springer and Sophie Harris give their verdict on two new documentaries, Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil and Tina. Both detail each of the star’s respective troubles with abuse and drug addiction while in the limelight, and our reviewers discuss their candid telling of trauma.The Poetry Society’s Nationa…
 
Emerald Fennell is the director and writer of Promising Young Woman, a darkly comic revenge thriller starring Carey Mulligan. The film is nominated for five Academy Awards and six BAFTAs. Emerald is also a successful actress, most recently starring as the then-Camilla Parker Bowles in The Crown as well as a cameo in the movie. We hear about what sp…
 
In the latest edition of the Omni Talk Fast Five, sponsored by the A&M Consumer & Retail Group and Takeoff, Chris Walton, Anne Mezzenga, and Emma the Intern talk:– Albertsons rolling out more microfulfillment centers– Fabletics' store expansion plans and its unique position in the athleisure market– Dollar General's new Popshelf concept and some mi…
 
The playwright Mark Ravenhill joins us to talk about his new play Angela. It is a tender portrait of his parents; his mother, Angela, who died in 2019, and of his father, Ted. Angela had dementia and the play is about the memories that make us, and how time is more fluid than we might think. Ravenhill began Angela as a play for the stage that he wa…
 
For the latest episode of Omni Talk’s new Ask An Expert Interview Series for 2021, Chris Walton and Anne Mezzenga interview Kristin Kohler Burrows and David Ritter of the A&M Consumer and Retail Group.David and Kristin love retail, have great backgrounds as both operators and consultants (Kristin in shoes and David in the Army), and both share our …
 
Orlando Bloom talks to Samira Ahmed about taking on a very different kind of role in his intense and visceral film Retaliation, and the new career challenges he’s excited about.As the delayed Liverpool Biennial gets underway – showing only online and outdoor work for the moment because of the restrictions on galleries opening – art critic and edito…
 
Rod Khleif is a serial entrepreneur and philanthropist who is passionate about real estate, business, and giving back. Rod has owned over 2,000 apartment homes and apartment buildings and has built over 22 businesses in his 40 year business career which have been worth tens of millions of dollars.In today’s episode, we put the numbers and analysis …
 
Andrew Polec recently played Matt in The Fantasticks (off-Broadway) and won the "Joe Allen Best West End Debut Award" for his role as Strat in Bat Out Of Hell, at The Stage Debut Awards. Albums include Ben Fold’s Presents: University A Capella and Welcome to Khat House. Veteran MTV watchers might recognize him from a featured role in SuperMade. He …
 
Nile Rodgers – guitarist, producer, songwriter, arranger, and co-founder of Chic in the 1970s – is the subject of what claims to be the world’s first voice-interactive digital portrait, In the Room with Nile Rodgers, in association with the National Portrait Gallery. Nile Rodgers and the project's director, Sarah Coward, discuss and explain the amb…
 
“Be Mission Driven.” That's the theme of this podcast.Chris Rupp’s mission is to use technology to make life more convenient for people, and you’ll hear all about how she achieves that goal in this latest episode of the Women's Retail Collective podcast with Anne Mezzenga.You may know Chris from her time leading the development of Amazon Prime or h…
 
Today, Griff was awarded the 2021 BRITs Rising Star prize. The 20 year old singer-songwriter joins us to discuss how she writes her lyrics including to her breakout single Black Hole, making music in lockdown and what the future holds for her now she’s won this award. Line of Duty returns to our screens this weekend. Crime writers Dreda Say Mitchel…
 
In the latest edition of the Omni Talk Fast Five, sponsored by A&M Consumer & Retail Group and Takeoff, Chris Walton, Anne Mezzenga, and Emma the Intern discuss:– Amazon's plan to rollout Amazon Fresh to 28 more stores, while also testing "Just Walk Out" tech at full scale– Walmart's curbside sampling program and all the amazing ways to think about…
 
A year ago, the poet and former Children’s Laureate Michael Rosen was admitted to hospital with Covid-19. Against all the odds, after months in hospital, including 48 days in intensive care and in an induced coma, he returned home and has written a new collection of prose poems and words about the experience. The poet discusses Many Different Kinds…
 
Director Chase Joynt joins us to talk about his film No Ordinary Man, an in-depth look at the life of musician and trans culture icon Billy Tipton. Tipton was born in Oklahoma in 1914, and with the limited resources of the 1930s, had no choice but to transition alone. Entering the heady world of jazz as a pianist and band leader, he enjoyed a long …
 
One year after theatres closed due to the Covid pandemic, leading figures from the industry join Front Row to look at how the past year has impacted upon theatres and the people who work in them. Sonia Friedman reflects on this time last year, when the unthinkable happened, and looks forward to when theatres might re-open.Julian Bird, CEO of SOLT a…
 
Joel Owens is an entrepreneur, investor, triple net lease expert, and broker. In this episode, we discuss NNN leases, which type of commercial property makes sense for your investment strategy, current trends in the real estate market, and so much more.Joel specializes in triple net leases, both single-tenant and multi-tenant. He has experience in …
 
Inspired by the real-life story of three men in a lighthouse who mysteriously vanished, Emma Stonex’s novel The Lamplighters is part thriller, part history and part ghost story. She explains why she felt drawn to write about the sea and what we can learn from the solitary lives of lighthouse keepers.David Fincher's film Mank leads the field in toda…
 
The podcast ‘Aria Code’ from WQXR and the Metropolitan Opera aims to pull back the curtain on some of operas most well-known moments. Each episode “decodes” one aria, with academics and opera singers diving in to the music. But there are also a variety of unexpected guests, such as a marriage therapist talking relationships in Carmen or a former se…
 
The recent death of Lou Ottens - the inventor of audio cassettes who later went on to work on the development of CD technology - gives us the opportunity to look back at the glory days of cassettes, their subsequent decline and the latest unexpected return to fashion, with music journalists Laura Barton and Jude Rogers.Young British poet Luke Wrigh…
 
In the latest edition of the Omni Talk Fast Five, sponsored by A&M Consumer & Retail Group and Takeoff, Chris Walton, Anne Mezzenga, and Emma the Intern talk:– Walmart's brilliant one-stop strategy move to roll out ghost kitchens in Canada– Costco's appallingly slow rollout of curbside pickup– Bed Bath & Beyond's risky private label strategy– The l…
 
Netflix’s new drama, The One, set five minutes in the future, depicts a world where a DNA test can find your perfect partner. Kohinoor Sahota joins us to discuss its mix of sci-fi and romance, as well as whether this format could be the future of dating.The longlist for the Women’s Prize for Fiction is announced today. Critic Alex Clark joins Front…
 
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