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This chatty and entertaining podcast takes you behind the scenes’ to the inner workings of The Artz Centre. Hosted by Artz Apprentice Joe Howard and “Top Knot” Jamie Mooney; the boys attempt to round up all the big stories, hot topics and juicy gossip from Skelmersdale’s most creative hub; featuring insightful interviews, entertaining anecdotes and brilliant live performance from some of the students, staff and volunteers that make the Artz Centre what it is.
 
A comic dialogue written in John Collier's idiosyncratic version of the 18th century South Lancashire dialect together with a collection of 19th century texts on Collier and his work. Egged on by Meary (Mary), Tummus (Thomas) recounts the series of misadventures that ensue when he makes a trip to Rochdale on an errand for his master. First published in 1746, the text grew over subsequent editions as Collier expanded the story, added a preface in which he berates publishers who had pirated hi ...
 
Podcasts and recordings of AA members from East Lancashire sharing their experience, strength and hope around recovery from alcoholism, also know as alcohol use disorder or alcohol addiction.Our stories disclose in a general way what we used to be like, what happened, and what we are like now. If you are looking for a solution to a drink problem, maybe you like what you hear and gives you the willingness to reach out for help. We hope you enjoy our members experiences...
 
An eclectic collection of essays on late 19th-century Lancashire culture and life, including essays on the poets John Critchley Prince and Edwin Waugh. Thomas Newbigging was born in Glasgow and died in Knutsford, Chesshire, living in between in Rossendale, Pernambuco, and Manchester. A gas manager by profession and writer-historian by inclination, his two major works were the Handbook for Gas Engineers and Managers (1889) and the History of the Forest of Rossendale (1893). (Summary by Phil B ...
 
I have been a police officer for over 20 years. Spending the last 10 years investigating fatal and serious road traffic collisions with all the aftermath that that entails. I am now a detective in a busy seaside resort and child abuse investigator. DISCLAIMERS: Any disclosures made in these podcasts have been previously reported to the relevant authorities. These are my opinions based on my own experiences. They are not to be taken as fact and my views do not represent anyone else other than ...
 
Join me, Matt Barbet, as I ride with some of the most interesting people in cycling, and others who like to get out on the bike, on the roads they know best. It's not about the most majestic mountains, or the routes of famous races, but the rides we all enjoy: the ones that begin at home - and it's when we're in the saddle, that the stories start to come out. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/homeroads.
 
Neil takes you with him on an unforgettable journey, from your lockdown couch to the history beneath your feet - walking in the footsteps of our ancestors to discover what made them tick and how they made us who we are today. Check out, Neil’s Video Podcasts on his Patreon site - Neil Oliver. The series Instagram account – Neil Oliver Love Letter And send any questions to – neiloliverpodcast@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Wildest among the fisher-folk may be accounted the Chinese shrimp-catchers. It is the habit of the shrimp to crawl along the bottom in vast armies till it reaches fresh water, when it turns about and crawls back again to the salt. And where the tide ebbs and flows, the Chinese sink great bag-nets to the bottom, with gaping mouths, into which the shrimp crawls and from which it is transferred to the boiling-pot. This in itself would not be bad, were it not for the small mesh of the nets, so s ...
 
Across The Pitch began in the summer of 2018, when Phil Kennedy and Arran Airs embarked upon an idea to start a podcast to teach fans in the United States about the deeper levels of English football, beyond the Premier League. Although Phil and Arran both grew to love football rooting for Arsenal F.C., they began to grow a passion for the grassroots of the game after they started regularly attending games for their hometown. USL Championship side Phoenix Rising FC. Inspired by the story of " ...
 
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During Alcohol Awareness Week in November 2020, 5 of our members had a chat with BBC Radio Lancashire presenter Garry Scott about their issues with alcoholism (alcohol addiction), described how they got sober and recovered from the illness. The fifth and final story from this series of radio broadcasts is from a member called Carl who started drink…
 
Welcome to Episode 62 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Aaron and Joe are joined by Sussex CCC Analyst Luke Dunning to discuss India superstar Shreyas Iyer's move to Lancashire, the signing of West Indies seamer Alzarri Joseph by Worcestershire, preview the Martlets chances going into the 2021 County Championship and also disc…
 
Today we are raising awareness of a service that is availbale in various parts of the UK that most people don't even know about. In Lancashire it is called Minds Matter, but in other parts of the country is called Improving Access to Psychological Therapies or IAPT. Emma shares her story of how she got involved in this line of work and gives some i…
 
Welcome to Episode 2 of The Women's County Cricket Weekly Wrap-up Show! On today's episode hosts Lucy and Aaron are joined by Somerset and Western Storm stalwart Sophie Luff to discuss her earliest cricketing memories, look back on the highlights from her time with the Storm in the Kia Super League and also touch upon her future aspirations in the …
 
RekItRaven is the guest on this episode and she delivers an interview that is both powerful and in places heartbreaking. Raven's life is a story of a woman who has faced death and now is no longer afraid to tackle the important issues head on. In this awesome interview she talks us through her experiences of mental health and racism and how the two…
 
Welcome to Episode 67 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Aaron and Joe sit down to discuss all of the major talking points, standout performances and key moments from the first 9 games of the 2021 County Championship. If you enjoyed today's episode please share it with any other county cricket fans that you know and be sure to …
 
This week Neil takes us along an Elizabethan jetty to hear one of history’s great speeches. In 1588, as Sir Francis Drake sailed to meet the mighty Spanish Armada, Queen Elizabeth I travelled down the river Thames to Tilbury fort where she addressed her army. If the powerful Spanish force landed and invaded England these are the men who would defen…
 
Welcome to Episode 66 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Aaron and Joe were joined by Kent County Cricket Club legend Min Patel to discuss his early cricketing memories in Mumbai, look back on the highlights from his distinguished career down at Canterbury and also explore the ways in which we could encourage the development of…
 
Welcome to Episode 65 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode regular host Aaron and special host Alex Davies discuss the standout batsmen, standout bowlers, emerging young talent and mouth-watering contests that we can expect to see over the course of the 2021 County Championship which just so happens to get underway today! If you enjoye…
 
Welcome to Episode 64 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Aaron and Joe are joined by Ireland and former Warwickshire seamer Mark Adair to discuss his earliest cricketing memories, look back on the highlights from his time with the Bears down at Fortress Edgbaston, explore the impacts of social media on the modern cricketer and …
 
This week Neil is taking us aboard the Golden Hind, a legendary ship that sailed around the world and into history. In 16th century Aldeburgh, which was then an important east-coast port, shipbuilders set to work building a vessel that was to have a profound influence on British history. Once completed and seaworthy Francis Drake and his crew climb…
 
Welcome to Episode 63 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Aaron and Joe are joined by former Cricket AM presenter and certified cricket badger Matt Floyd to discuss his earliest cricketing memories at Hampstead CC, look back on the highlights from his time as the co-presenter of 'Cricket AM' on Sky Sports and also touch upon his…
 
Gabie Lazareff or Whole Health Gabie as she is known online is a Yoga teacher who amongst other things is out to help streamers look after their health... so I let her look after mine! We have a great conversation about starting out with things, having patience, yoga, breathing and so much more! Then we do an interactive breathwork session with 3 e…
 
Welcome to the pilot episode of The Women's County Cricket Weekly Wrap-up Show! On today's show hosts Lucy, Joe and Aaron are joined by Western Storm all-rounder Danielle Gibson to discuss her early cricketing memories, look back on the highlights from her time with the Storm in the KSL and also touch upon her aspirations in the game heading into t…
 
This week Neil marches with us across the wild beauty of Northumberland to a battleground that broke Scotland’s heart. In 1513 Margaret Tudor watched as her husband, the glamours renaissance king, James IV of Scotland, set off to invade England and do battle with her brother, Henry VIII. When Henry invaded France James felt duty bound to honour the…
 
This Week Neil’s on his home turf delving into the deep history of one of the most glorious castles in the British Isles. They say Stirling castle is the silver brooch that hitches the Highlands of Scotland to the lowlands. Neil very much regards it as his personal touch stone. It’s a place that was already well trodden by our ancestors when the Ro…
 
Welcome to Episode 61 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Joe and Aaron are joined by Durham top order batsman Graham Clark to discuss his early cricketing memories in Cumbria, look back on the highlights from his time at the Riverside with Durham so far, explore the impact that the unprecedented ECB bailout has had on the club …
 
Sam Murray is a former Royal Marine who later worked in the private sector doing surveillance and close protection assignments. Whilst his professional life was varied and exciting, his own wellbeing started to suffer. Buried grief and other personal traumas started to take their toll on Sam and he turned to alcohol and drugs before trying to his o…
 
Welcome to Episode 60 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Aaron and Joe sit down to discuss Cameron Bancroft's return to Durham, Kemar Roach's move to Surrey, Hampshire's signing of Mohammad Abbas and also touch upon England's fine 8 wicket victory over India in the 3rd T20I in Ahmedabad. If you enjoyed today's episode, please f…
 
Adam Parsons aka Up4TheChallenge has a different story of suicide than any you may have heard before. Struggling with his mental health along with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) Adam has faced many difficulties along the way. We talk about appropriate vibes and how anger isn't always a bad thing. Through this story we laugh, we cry, we share some p…
 
During Alcohol Awareness Week in November 2020, 5 of our members had a chat with BBC Radio Lancashire presenter Garry Scott about their issues with alcoholism (alcohol addiction), described how they got sober and recovered from the illness. The fourth story is from a young member called Sarah who transformed from a teenage drinker into a party anim…
 
This week Neil follows the money! By the C13th the Hanseatic League had crystalised its power base and was busy spinning lucrative trading routes right across northern Europe, from the Baltic to the British Isles. Neil travels to the Norfolk town of Kings Lynn, which thanks to the Hanseatic League became the third richest port in England. Two build…
 
Welcome to Episode 59 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Joe and Aaron are joined by Worcestershire all-rounder Ed Barnard to discuss his early cricketing memories in Shropshire, look back on the memorable 2018 T20 Blast Final and also touch upon his future aspirations with the Pears down at New Road. If you enjoyed today's epi…
 
On this episode I am joined by Matt aka The Viking Scotsman. Matt is someone currently living with complex post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after several assults and the loss of his child. Having grown up in a "traditional Glaswegian household" Matt has been brought up with certain perspectives of what it means to be a man, persepctives that a…
 
Welcome to Episode 58 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Joe and Aaron are joined by Hampshire opener Joe Weatherley to discuss his early cricketing memories, look back on the memorable 2018 RLODC Final against Kent at Lord's and also touch upon Joe's future aspirations with the Southern club heading into the 2021 season and be…
 
This week, side by side with Neil, we’re striding across a vast, treacherous bay where one false move could see us paying for it with our lives. Almost 500 years ago, in 1548, the people of Morecambe Bay Sands asked for help, because crossing this vast tidal expanse was so treacherous many lives were being lost. The tides race across the sands fast…
 
Welcome to Episode 57 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Aaron and Joe are joined by former Somerset, Northants and Derbyshire seamer-turned fast bowling coach Steffan Jones to discuss his early cricketing journey in Llanelli, look back on the highlights from his 20-year professional cricketing career in the county circuit and …
 
Welcome to Episode 56 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Aaron and Joe are joined by Middlesex stalwart John Simpson to discuss his early cricketing memories in Lancashire, look back on the highlights from his time down at Lord's so far and also touch upon his future aspirations with the London club heading into 2021 and beyond…
 
The Mental Health Marathon was last weekend. I spopke to 28 people over a 27 1/2 stream about mental health and it was AMAZING! The reasons for this event were many, but one of the primary things was to test my endurance in a mental capacity rather than a physical one. The aim being to show an example of mental HEALTH that wasn't an example of ment…
 
This week Neil comes face to face with the mighty walls of an almost impregnable castle, which down through its history inspired many heroic ‘last stands’ and a song that famously features in one of Neil's favourite films. On the orders of Edward I, Harlech castle was built between 1283 and 1285 by James of St George a military engineer of unsurpas…
 
Welcome to Episode 55 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Aaron and Joe are joined by Warwickshire CCC performance analyst James Tomson to discuss Carlos Brathwaite's move to Edgbaston, take a closer look at Middlesex's signing of Aussie all rounder Mitch Marsh and also try to dissect the absolutely extraordinary Day/Night Test …
 
Welcome to Episode 54 of The County Cricket Podcast! On today's episode hosts Aaron and Joe are joined by Somerset icon Roelof van der Merwe to discuss his early cricketing journey in South Africa, look back on the most memorable moments from his time down at Taunton so far and also gain a greater insight into the characters that Roelof shares a dr…
 
During Alcohol Awareness Week in November 2020, 5 of our members had a chat with BBC Radio Lancashire presenter Garry Scott about their issues with alcoholism (alcohol addiction), described how they got sober and recovered from the illness. The third story is from a member called John. He experienced issues with alcohol including burning a house do…
 
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