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Welcome to the Outside The Box Podcast, hosted by Ben Rogers and presented by Performance Medicine. On this podcast, you'll find Outside The Box Stories and Outside The Box Conversations. Both of these series highlight health and wellness experts that are thinking "Outside The Box" with their philosophies and treatments. You'll also find stories of people like you and me who have chosen to look "Outside The Box" with their own health journeys. And finally, each week we have a Q&A Episode wit ...
 
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In this episode of OUTSIDE THE BOX stories, we talk with Dan Bolton, Ph.D about his battle with throat cancer and how he found HOPE "outside the box". Dan has an inspiring message around taking control of your health that we think can help so many people. Hope this brings you a ton of value, but more than anything we hope that you listen to his sto…
 
Starring James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan, Together is a new BBC2 drama following a couple forced to re-evaluate their relationship during lockdown. Polar opposites in personality and political opinion, the unnamed characters “he” and “she” are only together for the sake of their young son. Can physical proximity create a new emotional connection? Cr…
 
In this week's Diabetes Q&A Episode, Andy Rogers PA-C answers YOUR questions! This week's featured questions: 1. When is the best time to take your sugar levels? 2. Should I try the continuous blood glucose monitor? What did you think of this episode of the podcast? Let us know by leaving a review! Connect with Performance Medicine! Sign up for our…
 
To play the celebrated British painter, J.M.W. Tuner, for Mike Leigh’s film, Mr Turner, the actor Timothy Spall learned to paint. Four years later, it was the paintings he created while playing the role of another famous British painter, LS Lowry, that led to his first commission for an exhibition of his own paintings. Timothy joins Front Row to ta…
 
Chris Palmer has created a great business called Angle of Attack, well known for incredible video content through YouTube and Instagram, but also running a great online ground school through his website. WEBSITE: https://www.angleofattack.com INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/angleofattack/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRDe2nrsxVaoI…
 
Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegria Hudes discuss the new screen version of their smash hit musical, In the Heights, which celebrates the intertwined lives of Latino immigrants and their children in the Washington Heights neighbourhood of Manhattan, where both Miranda (who wrote the music) and Alegria Hudes (who wrote the script) grew up. The dra…
 
In this LIVE Q&A Episode, Dr. Rogers answers YOUR questions! This week's featured questions: 1. How do you feel about Rybelsus, Trulicity, or Ozempic for weight loss only? 2. I just started taking L-Theanine at night. What do you think is a good dosage? 3. Is MCT Oil a good source of fat? 4. What do you think about Bulletproof Coffee? 5. What do yo…
 
Poet Laureate Simon Armitage reflects on the experience of the pandemic in new BBC film, A Pandemic Poem: Where Did The World Go? Interspersed with interviews from people across the UK, the poem chronicles the pandemic from the first lockdown to the rollout of the vaccination programme. What one memory would you choose if you had to live it forever…
 
Meet Robin! In this episode of Outside The Box Conversations, we talk with Robin Riddle FNP-BC, Performance Medicine's newest provider now seeing patients in the KNOXVILLE office. We're so excited to have her on our team, and you'll see why in this episode of the podcast! What did you think of this episode of the podcast? Let us know by leaving a r…
 
Noel Gallagher discusses his new album Back the Way We Came: Vol 1, a Greatest Hits compilation from a decade of his band High Flying Birds that he formed once Oasis broke up in 2011.In the week that the Football Association has appointed its first ever female chair, playwright Amanda Whittington talks to John Wilson about her play Atalanta Forever…
 
Danny Elfman has composed the score for over 100 films including Batman, Men in Black, Edward Scissorhands, as well as writing The Simpsons theme tune. Before he worked in film he was a rock musician in a band called Oingo Boingo, and when the movie industry went into lockdown he used the opportunity to return to his rock roots. He’s just released …
 
In this Diabetes focused Q&A, Andy Rogers PA-C answers YOUR questions! This week's featured questions: 1. I am getting a CT Scan with contrast and I'm a diabetic. Are there any worries? 2. Is there any situation where a Type 2 would have to take insulin? 3. Everybody in my family has Type 2 Diabetes. Am I destined to get it? What did you think of t…
 
The artist Ai Weiwei has just unveiled his seven-metre-tall Gilded Cage at Blenheim Palace, a sculpture which addresses the international migrant crisis. He discusses this, as well as the largest exhibition of his work ever staged, in Lisbon, and why he has now made Portugal his home.In the run-up to the awarding of the Women’s Prize for Fiction 20…
 
On this episode of the college recruiting weekly podcast, we turn to our team of experts here at Tudor Collegiate Strategies to talk about what coaches learned over the past year, and what new trends they see emerging as we head into 2021-2022.Our panel:Dan Tudor @dantudorMandy Green @mandygreenCPSDan Christensen @recruitwithdanGreg Carroll @carrol…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Rogers answers YOUR questions! This week's featured questions: 1. As a male, why does your testosterone level matter? Why should I get my T-Levels checked? 2. Why should my wife get her hormone levels checked? 3. What is The Happy Body Program? 4. What is a Homocysteine level? Why is it important? 5. At what age …
 
Florian Zeller’s play The Father was hailed as a masterpiece. Zeller made his debut as a director with his film of it, and Sir Anthony Hopkins won an Oscar for his performance as the patriarch sliding into dementia. Zeller tells Kirsty Lang how he was determined to make a film, rather a film version of a play, and how he makes the audience experien…
 
When Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney was a little girl, she and her sister would spend Saturday mornings watching cartoons in the West Wing while their father, former Vice President Dick Cheney, served as Chief of Staff to President Ford. Rep. Cheney ultimately became a politician herself, rising to House GOP conference chair. She was removed from her lead…
 
Actress and writer Joanna Scanlan - best known for her comedic roles in tv series such as The Thick of It, Getting On and No Offence - talks to Tom about her role as Mary Hussain an Islam convert in Aleem Khan’s moving debut feature After Love.Journalist Lee Trewhela discusses the close of Cornish theatre company, Kneehigh after more than 40 years.…
 
Sierra Leone’s best-known journalist, Sorious Samura, discusses his documentary, Sing, Freetown. After growing tired of hearing only negative stories from Africa, the film follows Sorious and playwright Charlie Haffner’s journey to create a play that shows the true Sierra Leone. The entire Liverpool Biennial, the UK’s largest festival of contempora…
 
In this episode of Outside The Box Conversations, we talk with Zack Kramer from Trinity Strength about how increasing mobility can improve your workouts and your life. If you're stuck doing the same workout, or don't know where to start with exercise, this podcast episode is for you! What did you think of this episode of the podcast? Let us know by…
 
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has already faced a series of unprecedented crises during her almost four year tenure in the nation’s highest office. The young, progressive Prime Minister has led her country through a terrorist attack, a natural disaster, and most recently the Covid-19 pandemic, successfully keeping case and death numbers…
 
Es Devlin, who designed sets for Hamlet with Benedict Cumberbatch and Stormzy at the Britz, has created something more quietly contemplative as artistic director of the London Design Biennale, filling the courtyard of Somerset House in London with trees. She tells Elle Osili-Wood about how forests in literature are places of transformation and how …
 
This week on our Diabetes Q&A Show, Andy Rogers PA-C answers YOUR questions! This week's featured questions: 1. What is the Dawning Phenomenon? 2. What is the difference between an A1C and a HbA1c? Plus much much more! What did you think of this episode of the podcast? Let us know by leaving a review! Connect with Performance Medicine! Sign up for …
 
Briony Hanson joins Tom to review two extremely different films starring animals as their central characters. First Cow - directed by Kelly Reichardt - is set in Oregon in the 1820s, in which two protagonists use stolen milk to survive in a harsh environment. Gunda – executive-produced by Joaquin Phoenix - is a 90 minute black and white, which foll…
 
In this week's Q&A Show, Dr. Rogers answers YOUR questions! This week's questions: 1. How normal is it for a PCP to routinely run a HBA1C test? 2. What's the difference between obesity, lymphedema, and lipedema? 3. What's the best multivitamin for a 65 year old male with diabetes and heart disease? 4. Do you cycle off of your vitamins? 5. How much …
 
The pianist Mitsuko Uchida returns to the Wigmore Hall in London next week where she’ll be marking five decades since she first performed there. She discusses her love for the Schubert Impromptus that she’ll be playing, and how she’s enjoyed exploring new compositions during lockdown.Earlier this week Bolton found itself at the epicentre of the pan…
 
Arthur Campbell flew all of the Grumman Flying Boats at Chalk's Ocean Airways in his 18 year career with the company. His stories of his time flying off the water will take you back to the good old days of Flying Boat aviation in Miami and the Bahamas. Chalk's Ocean Airways Orlando Sentinel Article: https://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/os-xpm-1988-…
 
Breeders is a highly successful TV comedy series that looks honestly and unflinchingly at the difficulties (and rewards) of parenting. It’s just about to return for a second series and we speak with director and co-creator Chris Addison whose own work includes stand-up, acting and directing shows such as The Thick of It, In The Loop, Veep and many …
 
Growing up in the Mississippi Delta, much of Heather McTeer Toney’s life was tied to the environment, from food and agriculture to the levees holding back the Mississippi River. But it wasn’t until she was mayor of her hometown and working on a water issue that she realized the connection between climate and social justice. Heather is now senior ad…
 
Disney’s much-anticipated 101 Dalmatians prequel Cruella is the visually stunning origin story of the woman who becomes the puppy-stealing force of evil from Dodie Smith’s original 1956 story. Starring Emma Stone and Emma Thompson and directed by I, Tonya’s Craig Gillespie, it is set in late '70s London and channels much of punk’s dark energy and a…
 
As the Rijkmuseum in Amsterdam opens a landmark exhibition, Slavery, exploring the Netherlands’ 250 years involvement in the trade of human beings, the Director, Taco Dibbits, joins Front Row to explain why this history must be embraced. British hip hop, grime and, more recently, drill are all musical subgenres that have emerged and thrived in Lond…
 
We have another great Diabetes Q&A episode this week! This week's questions: 1. How long before I become full diabetic? 2. My doctor put me on Metformin for my diabetes, but it hurts my stomach. Should I stop it? 3. The price of insulin has put a hardship on my family. Is there a cheaper path other than local pharmacies? What did you think of this …
 
David Weil is the showrunner for Hunters, a TV series which imagined the work of Nazi hunters in 1970s New York . The large cast included Al Pacino in his first ever TV lead role. When Covid closed down largescale productions, David Weil turned his hand to a much more intimate sort of show. Solos is a new 7-part fantasy series which is essentially …
 
On today's episode, we'll talk with consultant, author and workshop leader about her new book, 'Managing Your Culture', and how intentionally creating your team's culture will help you perform - and recruit - more effectively.If you're trying to build a specific culture within your program, this episode will help you understand this generation much…
 
In this week's Q&A Show, Dr. Rogers answers YOUR questions! Here are a few of this weeks featured questions: 1. What is your opinion on Sermorelin injections for women? 2. Sermorelin dosing? 3. Are we safe to not wear masks? What did you think of this episode of the podcast? Let us know by leaving a review! Connect with Performance Medicine! Sign u…
 
Front Row joins Radio 4's celebration of Bob Dylan, who will be 80 on Monday. John Wilson joined by Bob Geldof, to consider the art and influence of Bob, on Bob. Ann Powers, music critic for National Public Radio joins from somewhere on the Nashville Skyline. On Bob Dylan's first trip to Britain, in the winter of 1962, he and the great English folk…
 
After gaining his commercial pilots licence at age 39, Australian Mark Muscat found a passion for seaplanes as he entered the sector late in his career. His aviation highlights include flying De Havilland Beavers and Cessna Caravans in the Whitsunday Island and taking command of a Single Turbine Otter in Fiji,…
 
Eleanor Clayton is the curator of the largest publlc exhbition of the work of the sculptor Barbara Hepworth since her death in 1975. She's also written a new biography about the sculptor called Barbara Hepworth Art and Life. She talks to Nick about Hepworth's passion for making sculpture and how her insistence on the best way her work should be pre…
 
In this episode of Outside The Box Conversations, we talk with aspiring medical student Annie Jinks about her passion for functional medicine and how she became interested in root causes and this way of delivering healthcare. Inspiring conversation around getting and staying healthy! What did you think of this episode of the podcast? Let us know by…
 
Growing up as the son of a Palestinian refugee and a Syrian immigrant, former Rep. Justin Amash developed an early appreciation for the opportunities and freedoms America offered. His views on what power the government should have in limiting those freedoms crystalized after a Google search led him to libertarian thinkers and texts. As a Republican…
 
The new album of compositions by Roxanna Panufnik performed by the Saconni Quartet features a surprising range of subject material; letters written home during the First World War, Ashkenazi Jewish cantorial chant, Aung San Suu Kyi’s musings on Burma, a celebration of Poland’s EU presidency, a 14th century love story and the heartbeat of a Bulgaria…
 
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