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Listen in for updates on the Middle and East Tennessee chapters of the National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA). We interview your fellow ditch-digging contractor members, the associate members who help make our work possible, and special guests from around the industry. We also provide board meeting follow ups, special event highlights, and anything else that will help you "keep digging Tennessee!"
 
The Cold War, Prohibition, the Gold Rush, the Space Race. Every part of your life -the words you speak, the ideas you share- can be traced to our history, but how well do you really know the stories that made America? We’ll take you to the events, the times and the people that shaped our nation. And we’ll show you how our history affected them, their families and affects you today. Hosted by Lindsay Graham (not the Senator). From Wondery, the network behind Tides Of History, Fall Of Rome and ...
 
Pandemics, violent eruptions, city sackings, egomaniac emperors. Sound familiar? History always repeats itself. Archaeologist host Darius Arya Digs goes back 2000 years to uncover elements of Ancient Rome & its expansive Empire. On location from the back streets of Rome to the bazaar of Cairo, from the Agora of Athens to the Medina of Tunis, and from the Vatican Museums to the Roman emperor Diocletian’s palace of Split. Episodes drop each Monday!
 
A new podcast series that shares some of the most innovative contemporary approaches to decolonising museums so that we are all empowered and inspired to learn and experiment. **Support us on Patreon** https://www.patreon.com/TheWonderHouse Presenter/Producer - Sushma Jansari, @TheWonderHouse Producer - Nick Harris, @2ndThoughtTank Artwork - Aleesha Nandhra, @AleeshaNandhra www.TheWonderHouse.co.uk
 
Love dirt? Get a sneak-peek into the world of heavy construction and mining through the lens of Aaron Witt, president of BuildWitt. On a mission to "Make the Dirt World a Better Place," he travels to projects and mine sites around the world weekly to tell the stories of the awesome people who call the Dirt World their career. This show brings you candid stories from people who live blue-collar life as well as the behind the scenes screw-ups and lessons learned from BuildWitt.
 
Inner Work: A Spiritual Growth Podcast is committed to walking with you on your journey of awakening and self-development. Host Josephine Hardman, PhD is a second-generation intuitive healer who transitioned into full-time spiritual work after teaching college English for 9 years. Inner Work features illuminating discussions and interviews on spirituality, self-development, inner healing, and manifesting the truly abundant life you deserve.
 
Our podcasts focus on bringing you insights from the construction and plant sectors, sharing knowledge and information from those working across the spectrum of this important industry sector. The podcast is hosted by Peter Haddock, with individual series or episodes sponsored by organisations like Leica Geosystems, the surveying and 3D machine control equipment specialists, Ritchie Bros the auctioneers, and leading equipment manufacturer, Liugong Direct UK You can get in touch with Content ...
 
Excavating Atlanta is a podcast series which explores the history and residual effects of structural inequality in the City of Atlanta. This series looks more deeply at the city's segregated history as well as some of the policies that shaped the city's development in the last century, to become one of the most inequitable cities in the United States. Excavating Atlanta operates on the premise that we must contextualize history to understand today’s obstacles to progress.Weekly episodes will ...
 
The mission of the National Library of Ireland (NLI) is to collect, preserve, promote and make accessible the documentary and intellectual record of the life of Ireland and to contribute to the provision of access to the larger universe of recorded knowledge. It is open, free of charge, to all those who wish to consult the collections. The Office of the Chief Herald in Kildare Street and the National Photographic Archive in Temple Bar are both part of the National Library. Further informatio ...
 
The BinderCast is the only podcast exclusively devoted to women and gender non-conforming writers across genres and writing fields. In each episode, co-hosts Lux Alptraum and Leigh Stein tackle the essential questions of making it as a writer: when should you write for free? How do you balance your art with your day job? Who will give you permission to tell your story? The BinderCast is a production of Out of the Binders, a 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to increasing the diversity of voices in t ...
 
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A surefire way to make a biblical scholar groan is to use the phrase "back in Bible times." Of course, there is no "Bible times"; the events and writing of the Bible span millennia of concrete, dynamic history. Dr. Cynthia Shafer-Elliott, a professor at William Jessup University and an experienced field archeologist, talks with Dru about the househ…
 
Alice Stevenson, Senior Lecturer in Museum Studies at UCL, talks about ancient Egyptian collections and their colonial era dispersal into museum collections globally, as well as their 20th and 21st century afterlives. Support @TheWonderHouse on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TheWonderHouse!! Rate, Review & Subscribe! Presented/Produced by Sushma…
 
So many English Heritage sites are ruined – famously lots of abbeys and castles, but also houses, parish churches and chapels, Roman villas and bath-houses – but this does not detract from their importance or the enjoyment of visiting them. We’re joined by head properties curator Dr Jeremy Ashbee and properties curator Sam Stones to discuss the cha…
 
My guest for this episode, Sara Artemisia, MS, CMC is an Abundance Mindset Coach & Akashic Records Reader. Sara helps wellness professionals and empaths clear their inner financial blocks and clarify their life purpose. She's been coaching individuals to move through obstacles for over 12 years. Sara has experienced a profoundly transformational sh…
 
Here's what you'll get out of this construction podcast episode: - What is the #1 mistake small business owners make when recruiting for a new employee? - Questions you can ask to determine culture fit. - What is the #1 mistake small business owners make during the first week? - Why is the first week for an employee so critical? - What's the 80/20 …
 
As America prepares to swear in a new president, we’ll look back to the inaugurations of the past. Jim Bendat, author of Democracy's Big Day: The Inauguration of Our President, 1789-2013, joins us as we cover the friction between the outgoing and incoming president, the Capitol Hill breach on January 6th, and how inaugurations have served as a powe…
 
Thanks to some recent internet criticism (I should know better about going down this rabbit hole, and yet here I am), I decided to take to the podcast to explain my stance on safety, photographs, and the mining world. Keep in mind this is me thinking aloud. I'm trying out new things on the podcast, so we'll see how folks like this one!…
 
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include: Temple to Aphrodite identified in Turkey (details) Facial reconstruction reveals features of buried Siberian man and his companion (details) Rare female statue found in Mexican citrus grove (details) Dating confirms that Sulawesi warty pig is oldest animal cave art known (details)…
 
PODCAST WITH INSIGHT: Joining Peter Haddock for this Content With Media podcast, sponsored by our friends at used equipment specialist Ritchie Bros. is Rob Oliver, CEO of the Construction Equipment Association. In this in-depth podcast, Rob makes some exciting predictions for 2021, he discusses the impact of Brexit, talks HS2, emissions and explain…
 
Today, we begin with a powerful quote from Victor Frankl: "Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom." These words remind us that we don't have to respond reactively to life. That we can notice and work with our triggers to diminish our knee-je…
 
Biblical repentance isn't just about having a contrite heart (i.e., "feeling bad"). That doesn't mean contrition isn't important! But it does mean that we miss the point of repentance if we focus on contrition to the exclusion of proactive reconciliation. In this episode, Dr. David Lambert explores the nature of true repentance in the Bible. Dr. La…
 
While Ron Kellish was working for a big four accounting firm in Chicago, he got a call from Larry Ames, who recently began his new earthmoving company, Bemas Construction. He and Larry had worked together in the past, and as Ron admits, Larry was the only one who could've talked him into coming back to Denver. Larry Ames grew up building the family…
 
Tom is metal worker and machinist currently working at the Lawrence Berkeley Lab with scientists and physicists developing and building machines to use in scientific research. Tom also has a YouTube channel Oxtoolco and is the author of several books about metal working. 0:00 intro 1:33 The machinist community 2:15 Machinist education 6:22 Tom's ba…
 
In Wondery’s newest series, Business Movers, host Lindsay Graham dives deep into the inner workings of some of the most successful companies of all time. From the origin stories of their famed leaders to the million dollar idea that catapulted them to success, how exactly did these companies grow from an idea and a dream to multi-billion dollar cor…
 
We’re joined in the studio by senior properties historian Dr Michael Carter and interpretation assistant Nick Collinson to discover the story of the most important churchman in 12th century England. At the time of his death in 1167, Aelred of Rievaulx Abbey in North Yorkshire was immediately regarded as a saint. During his life, he accomplished man…
 
PODCAST WITH LEADERSHIP: Joining Peter Haddock for this latest podcast, sponsored by our friends at surveying and 3D machine control specialist, Leica Geosystems part of Hexagon, is Joe Nelson, Contracts Director for Mick George. Joe has been in the earthworks sector for decades. In his role, which involves responsibility for mobile plant and equip…
 
Once the coal miners lost the Battle of Blair Mountain, the story of their uprising was suppressed, and their leader Frank Keeney eventually faded into obscurity—even among members of his own family. But historian Charles Keeney, Frank Keeney’s great grandson, has made it a personal mission to raise public awareness of the mine wars and the pivotal…
 
A conversation with Victoria Morrissey, Caterpillar's Global Marketing & Brand Director. Morrissey talks about her responsibilities managing one of the world's best-known brands. Since joining the company in 2017, Morrissey gives insight into what she's learned about connecting with the "do-ers," the power of emotion, and understanding what really …
 
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include: New South African fossils show ever more diversity in early hominid species (details) Indigenous-led archaeology corrects and expands on Victoria, Australia, prehistory (details) Death threats to famed archaeologist excavating Peru’s most ancient city (details) Treasure hunter who disturbed Yellowstone’s …
 
An interview with Corina Burton, Co-Owner of CPR Construction Cleaning, which currently serves the Arizona, Utah and California markets. This is a great conversation where we discuss topics including: - Why Corina says it's important to expect nothing in life. - What it was like starting a business as a single mom. - Transparency and authenticity. …
 
Why do many Christians elevate the practice of "quiet time": isolated, often hurried and brief daily Bible-reading? Jen Wilkin—author, speaker, and leader of many Bible studies—challenges this practice. She believes that, rather than instilling deep Bible literacy, the typical "quiet time" encourages shallow reading and pursuit of instant gratifica…
 
Nate interviews Tim Uhler of Awesome Framers, located in Seattle WA. Tim was raised in the family construction business and runs a YouTube channel and the entertaining Instagram account @AwesomeFramers . He also a contributor to the Journal of Light Construction. 0:00 intro 1:06 Tim's background 5:50 How rain affects framing 8:50 Building seasons 9…
 
This week, we’re joined by curator of collections Cameron Moffett and curator of collections (Hadrian’s Wall & the North East) Frances McIntosh to discover what we know about the Romans’ beliefs in magic, superstitions and the ‘Evil Eye’. And we’ll look at the evidence for these at English Heritage sites, including the discovery of some rather surp…
 
After a long career as a Sheriff in Fresno, Josh McCahill took out a second mortgage on his house to buy an old bulldozer to start his ag business. Today, after years of six and seven-day workweeks, McCahill Enterprises works with large agricultural corporations to remove old trees and vineyards to prepare farmland for more profitable crops. To rem…
 
For Inner Work's first episode of 2021, I'm sharing a list of 7 powerful books that can awaken and transform you. These are unique, truthful, and healing books that I've returned to over and over again as I've walked my own spiritual path. I hope you'll find a title that resonates with you and that can help you kick 2021 off with renewed hope, clar…
 
Similarities and differences in each countries' approach to safety regulation are discussed. For more content, webinars, and training information, go to www.trenchsafetyevents.com Disclaimer: United Rentals is providing this podcast for informational purposes only. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions provided in the podcast a…
 
The Coal Wars reached an explosive climax in August 1921, as thousands of miners furious over the death of their hero Sid Hatfield shouldered their weapons and marched south. Their destination was Mingo County, where they hoped to free their fellow miners jailed under martial law. But first, they would have to cross Blair Mountain and armed men led…
 
Pitfalls to avoid when promoting your people and creating job titles for them. What you'll get from this construction podcast episode: The Law of Crappy People Avoiding the Peter Principle in your company. How to (and why you should) think about job titles. The pitfalls of promoting people, and how you can skip them. How to set up a low stress prom…
 
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include: Ancient Peruvian farmers used cyclical climate patterns as an advantage (details) Bozeman Trail proponents seek national historic designation status (details) New excavations reveal details of daily life in Pompeii (details) Analysis of tree rings provides fresh evidence of climatic fluctuations (details)…
 
As many of us prepare to hang up a new calendar for the year ahead, we’re joined by Professor Robert Poole to reveal the surprising history of our calendar. Discover how Britain switched from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar in the 18th century, why the change was necessary to catch up with most of Europe, and the truth behind the 'cal…
 
In May 1920, Sheriff Sid Hatfield won the loyalty of Mingo County’s miners after a deadly gun battle that left seven Baldwin-Felts agents dead on the streets of Matewan, West Virginia. That summer, the coal companies brought in trainloads of strikebreakers to get the mines running again. But local miners were electrified by the Matewan Massacre and…
 
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include: Compost islands in the Amazon (details) Ancient washed-up weapons turn out to be made of human bone (details) DNA trumps ceramics in correcting the history of early Caribbean (details) Tooth plaque reveals that Levant commoners ate imported foods (details)By Archaeological Legacy Institute
 
You finally find a quiet moment to meditate, you sit down, close your eyes, take a few deep breaths... and your brain is off to the races. The ego mind can often get in the way of your meditation practice by pulling you in many different directions. In this mini-episode, I explore the most common interference patterns used by the brain and ego mind…
 
Dan Briscoe, COO of BuildWitt, and I sat down to discuss what we learned and accomplished in 2020. We talk about our business model, how we've grown, and where we're heading into 2021. Many people still don't realize that BuildWitt is a marketing agency well beyond a "kid with a camera," as we often say (I occasionally miss those simpler days). Sin…
 
Happy Christmas to all our listeners, from the gang at Devon Dice HQ. This is a special podcast where the chat can go anywhere. Boardgames Shelf of shame. Video Game / Computer games (as lewis wants it to be known) website construction future board gaming Find the Twitter @DevonDiceUK Find us on @DepressedMonk3y @spoonofmilk @The_BreweryTour @meepl…
 
This episode is reproduced from a November interview on the OnScript podcast, courtesy of OnScript. Dr. Dru Johnson interviews Dr. Esau McCaulley about his award-winning book Reading While Black: African-American Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope. They discuss listening to minority, oppressed, and specifically Black voices as necessary to readi…
 
To round off the year, here are some choice cuts from the Allusionist vault of interesting things that guests said that there wasn’t room for in the original episodes. Brace yourself for a vivid name for dust bunnies, the scary side of glamour, another reason to be grateful for bears, and Schrödinger’s Fart. There’s more about this episode at theal…
 
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