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The String is weekly think radio featuring conversations and features on culture, media and American music - anchored by veteran journalist and broadcaster Craig Havighurst. Music makers, enablers, instigators and documentarians are featured with enough time to go deep and burrow into issues, while letting the music play too. Music news, previews, Time Machine Tape and 90 Second Spins round out the hour.
 
Basic Folk is a podcast with honest conversations between musicians and Cindy Howes, a well-versed public radio host and music curator. Cindy approaches interviews with warmth, humor and insightful questions. This podcast fosters the folk community and showcases a genre that is often misunderstood. Ironically, Basic Folk features complex conversations about the human experience witnessed from an artistic angle. Cindy’s definition of “folk” is extremely broad, so you’ll hear interviews from K ...
 
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Frank Calderoni discusses his book "Upstanding" and how company character catalyzes loyalty, agility, and hypergrowth. Frank is the CEO of Anaplan and has worked with some of the worlds best known brands, like Netflix, Cisco, Disney and Coca-Cola to drive higher performance and growth. Listen for three action items you can use today. Host, Kevin Cr…
 
QKWHS - The Euros preview (part 2) The day is upon us.... In what might potentially be the greatest summer of our lives, Quickly Kevin has gone topical for the Euros and on the eve of the tournament we're back with the second preview show. This time round we're joined by QK royalty Tom Craine to take a wider look at the tournament, and we also chat…
 
Bowerbirds have been off the radar musically since 2012's The Clearing. Lots has changed for the B-Birds, which now centers solely around Phil Moore since his bandmate and former partner Beth Tacular has left to concentrate on her own artwork. 2021 sees a new Bowerbirds album, becalmyounglovers, and a new version of Phil himself. He writes to his f…
 
Episode 171: Founded by an irrepressible enthusiast in his very early twenties, Alligator Records grew into the most authoritative and wide-ranging label chronicling urban blues in the US. That man, Bruce Iglauer, owns and runs the label to this day, having released hundreds of albums on artists such as Albert Collins, Koko Taylor, Roy Buchanan, Lo…
 
Jonathan Byrnes from MIT discusses his book "Choose Your Customer" and how to compete against digital giants like Google and Amazon. Jonathan earned a doctorate from Harvard and has taught at MIT for over 30 years. Some of today's biggest names in tech and business have been among his students. He is a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Revie…
 
QKWHS - The Euros preview (part 1) And so it begins... In what might potentially be the greatest summer of our lives, Quickly Kevin has gone topical for the Euros with the first of two tournament preview shows. This time round we're joined by QK royalty and England super fan Matt Forde to discuss the build up to the tournament and much, much more. …
 
Episode 170: They're both Nashville icons but they'd rarely worked together until now. John Hiatt is a songwriter's songwriter with a voice that's made him a roots music star. Jerry Douglas is the most in-demand dobro player in the world. Both are recipients of Americana Lifetime Achievement Awards. When the idea to record together was hatched, Jer…
 
Lucas Hendrich, Chief Technology Officer at BairesDev, discusses digital acceleration, process reengineering, and future-proofing our organizations for our ever-changing business world today. Lucas and his colleagues at BairesDev specialize in end-to-end delivery of tailor-made technology solutions for startups, SMBs, and enterprises. They've worke…
 
Growing up, Oliver Wood thought he'd try the bass guitar, but after 6 months, he handed it to his younger brother Chris. That's right, *the* Chris Wood, virtuosic bassist of acclaimed Medeski Martin and Wood. Even at a young age, the brothers' styles were pretty clear. While Chris was getting intense about the bass, Oliver was meandering on the gui…
 
Shane Foss, CEO of Hooray Health, discusses effective team leadership in healthcare. Shane has held executive and leadership positions in orthopedic medical device sales, surgical bundles, even medical buildings and hospitals. We talk about effective teams, but also about the new norm of healthcare industry. After 20 years as an executive in the me…
 
QKWHS - S8 EP9: QK End of Series 90's Football Quiz This week it's the return of the end of series quiz. Joining us in the studio are comedian, GK and choir boy Lloyd Griffith. And Quickly Kevin debutant, comedian George Lewis. We've also got a HUGE announcement for the Euros - for one month only we are going topical across the tournament. Three sh…
 
Chris Surdak discusses his book "The Care and Feeding of Bots," and how to use robotic process automation successfully. Chris is a leading expert in big data and analytics. He's been with us before talking about his books "Data Crush" and "Jerk." And if you’ve wondered what all the fuss is about when it comes to process automation, or if you’ve bee…
 
We've got a HUGE Quickly Kevin announcement!!! It's either the best or worst idea we've ever had. But either way, we'll soon find out if these wings are made of wax... Yes, for one month only Quickly Kevin is going topical!!! We're only going to cover the Euro's with a bloody great bonanza of inimitable Quickly Kevin content. Three podcast shows a …
 
Raised outside of Austin, Texas, Katy Kirby grew up homeschool, enamored with Jesus and was rocking out to Christian Contemporary Music from the late 90's and early 2000's. BUT THEN: she went to college in Nashville and her world opened up. She started questioning everything she believed about God and the church. She fell in with a crowd of musicia…
 
Lida Citroën discusses her book "Control the Narrative" and how executives can build, pivot and repair your reputation. Everyone has a personal brand, either by design or default. And your reputation is one of the most critical determinants of your career success. Lida is a TEDx speaker and a personal branding and reputation management expert. You'…
 
Jonathan Crain trained for a May grand fondo ride/race by doing a lot of Zwift racing this winter. He shares how real racing on fake bikes prepared him for real racing on real bikes. You can follow Jonathan on Strava and find him on Instagram @jonathancrain. Nowhere Fast is a member of the Wide Angle Podium network. To support this podcast and help…
 
S08 EP8 - Trevor Steven This week it's our absolute pleasure to welcome into QK studios a legend of 80's and 90's football and one of the most decorated footballers in the game - with trophy winning spells at Everton, Marseille and Rangers and FOUR international tournaments including World Cup 86 and Italia 90. The one and only Mr Trevor Steven. (E…
 
NYT bestselling author and award-winning Harvard Business School professor Dr. Ram Charan discusses his new book "Rethinking Competitive Advantage" -- a number one new release on Amazon. Ram is a world-wide expert on business strategy. For years, he has worked with the CEOs of some of the world's most successful companies, including GE, Bank of Ame…
 
Professors Hila Lifshitz-Assaf and Sarah Lebovitz discuss their new, ground-breaking research on accelerating innovation in high-tech teams. Hila is an Associate Professor of Technologyat New York University and Sarah is an Assistant Professor of Information Technology at the University of Virginia McIntire School of Commerce. They have been conduc…
 
Allison Russell's story is unreal and it's hard to know where to begin. Unfathomable childhood abuse: sexual, physical and emotional abuse (at the hands of her white supremacist step-father) is chronicled in searing detail for the very first time on her debut solo album Outside Child. Up until now she was not able to honestly address this story in …
 
Episode 169: He's known worldwide as a consummate virtuoso on the fiddle and the violin, but Mark O'Connor's first instrument was actually the guitar. After starting his music life with classical and flamenco style lessons, the Seattle teen branched into traditional fiddle and acoustic guitar. After making the groundbreaking Markology when he was 1…
 
Dr. Carol Poore from Arizona State University discusses her book "Strategic Impact," and how to make the most of strategic planning. Analysts estimate that 67% of strategic plans fail. Find out why, and what to do differently in order to make a real impact on your organization. Carol is CEO of Poore & Assoc. Listen for three action items you can us…
 
S08 EP7 - Suggs talks 90's Football songs and Chelsea FC This week it's our absolute pleasure to welcome into QK studios singer, presenter, Chelsea fan and front man of Madness - Suggs. We chat everything Chelsea in the 90's and beyond. And we go through some of the best (and worst) football songs of the 90's with the big man. Enjoy! If you want an…
 
The real-life “Rocketman” Ky Michaelson talks about "Homemade Astronauts" premiering this week on Discovery+. The TV series follows the journey of three civilian rocket builders and Ky aims to become the first amateur to build and launch a manned space rocket. We talk about the show, the business of space, and his 50 year entrepreneurial journey as…
 
Karma came back to haunt KBH in his new rivalry against Tamper, and the Nowhere Fast crew talks Zwift physics. Also, a poetry reading that dramatizes what happens when a Zwift meets IRL riding. Nowhere Fast is a member of the Wide Angle Podium network. To support this podcast and help pay for Mike's Lyft back to Emporia at the Unbound Gravel Grinde…
 
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