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Homestead podcast where the conversation revolves around the value of tradition; traditional food prep and storage, traditional cooking, and of course, traditional artisan CHEESE. Topics discussed here are designed to create new perspectives and possibilities for how you might add the taste of tradition to your life. My husband and I work a small farm and are building a farmstead creamery. We practice sustainable living and produce farmstead and artisan cheese, hand-made in small batches. Yo ...
 
This podcast by Mathias Pickl and Christoph Winkler officially accompanies the Biotrans 2021 conference in Graz. Meet here the scientists who were invited to give a lecture at the meeting and are among the brightest minds in the field. Talking science without graphical aids gives a unique opportunity to address a broader perspective and to get to know the researchers in a new way. (The Podcast "In the Active Site" is released under a CC-BY license)
 
Connecting the Community to the Disabled World Did you know nearly one out of six people have a disability? ​ The Blaisin’ Access show highlights disability issues, programs/services, and showing disabled people can succeed in an able-bodied world. ​ The host, Blaise Bryant, has been completely blind since birth. He has defeated the social stereotype by achieving a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, working full-time, and an active disability rights activist in the community.
 
Many people consider genealogy an interesting and fun hobby, but it can be so much more than that. Stories in Our Roots, hosted by resilience coach and genealogist Heather Murphy, goes beyond suggesting genealogy as interesting hobby. It dives deep into specific ways knowing our ancestors can help us better understand ourselves, loved ones and even the world around us. You will be inspired to look at family history differently, as more than adding names and dates to a family tree. Come liste ...
 
This podcast will highlight the stories from the front line of inspiring sustainability. Host, Adam Woodhall, is an advisor, activator and author for sustainability: "I'm passionate about celebrating the flourishing society we live in; supporting individuals and organisations to abundantly connect with their own values, each other and our shared home; and expressing my values by working with people to generate transformative action." Find out more here: www.inspiring-sustainability.com See a ...
 
Join host Claire Missingham: a renowned yoga teacher, public speaker, nutrition warrior and curious spiritual seeker as she has down-to-earth discussions with creative people from music, yoga, art, fashion and nutrition backgrounds. Solo shows include yoga philosophy, meditations, rumination on spiritual life and practical ideas on living radiantly.
 
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Today’s topic is cheddar cheese. That’s right. It’s time for another trivia podcast and this one is all about cheddar cheese. Is your mouth watering yet? I must say that I make a fantastic cheddar cheese and I hope you get to try it one day. I want to take a minute and say welcome to all the new listeners and welcome back to the veteran homestead-l…
 
This week, Brianne podcasts on nighttime cough syrup, Melanie poops her pants in Australia, the cryptid bracket gets to the final four, Brianne hates getting possessed, Melanie is aggressively unhelpful, a free gift turns out to just be death, and Melanie tells one of the most upsetting stories we've ever covered. SHOW NOTES Content warnings: Large…
 
Jimbo Reed is an aerospace engineer and Team Technician who is advising the WCAR (World Championship Air Race) on all aspects of their technical regulations as well as engineering safety management protocols. Get in touch with Alex to improve the performance of your team: alex@alexmacphail.co.za https://twitter.com/AlexMacPhail1 https://www.linkedi…
 
Terence Marsh heads up Red Lined Motorsports. He has a fascninating and varied background. Red Lined Motorsport builds Dakar race ready vehicles. They also provide driver training for Dakar style events. The engineering works are located in South Africa, they also have offices in UAE and China. We discussed all aspects of the racing journey, entrep…
 
This week, Melanie is gonna have a baby and the southerners are unimpressed, The Audio Guy requests a specific head in a box, Chicago Mothman battles The Jersey Devil, we embark upon the maiden voyage of a Titanic extravaganza, women care for each other, someone dies standing up, and Brianne's inner 10 year old is having the best day of her life. S…
 
Researching and connecting with his ancestors affected Kael Sharman’s life in more ways than he expected. Knowing those stories helped him feel grounded and connected him to the greater historical narrative of Canada. In this episode Kael shares: How researching his ancestors grounded him in a time of change The impact of colonialism on people who …
 
Martin Šonka is the 2018 Red Bull Air Race World Champion. Martin, from Sezimovo Ústí, claimed his first overall crown, and the first for the Czech Republic, in a gripping title battle in 2018. If Šonka can deliver another outstanding campaign this season, he could become only the second pilot in history to clinch the sport’s highest honor two year…
 
Bryan Roseveare grew up in aviation. Having been around his father who flies and shown a keen interest since a tender age, he was destined to become a pilot. Today, like thousands of others, Bryan has his wings clipped, first by a crippled airline and closely followed by COVID-19. Never someone to back away when the difficulty starts, Bryan doubled…
 
Crabb has interviewed Cusk. She's sensibly failed to mention the recent Cusk-related anxiety wee-dream which you ALL REMEMBER. Sales is of course massively respectful of Cusk material seeing as it was all HER IDEA. But she also infectiously introduces the unscratchable itch that is Heartsick by Jessie Stephens. (3.00) A Life’s Work by Rachel Cusk (…
 
Today is going to be all about honey. How sweet is that? Honey is a yummy treat that has lots of health benefits. But what is it really? And how is it made? What’s the best way to store it and how long will it last? All of these questions and more will be answered in today’s podcast. I want to take a minute and say welcome to all the new listeners …
 
This week, Melanie ventures into the worst part of 2007 internet, the wendigo finally gets his day in court, Brianne would rather get eaten than deal with someone crying but Melanie loves the aesthetics of it, we get a classic “I didn’t know I was pregnant” story at 42,000 feet, someone jumps out of a moving train, Melanie introduces a different ki…
 
Melanie Astles is a six-time French Aerobatic Champion in five separate levels, from Espoir in 2007 – to Elite/Unlimited in 2020 and reigning British Unlimited Champion. She made history as the first woman to compete in the famous Red Bull Air Race as a Challenger Cup pilot. In 2022 she will join the prestigious WCAR (World Championship Air Race) i…
 
Prof Johann Coetzee is a Psychologist, mentor, author, helicopter pilot, accomplished athlete and family man. Has a love for learning and holds three doctorates, together with emeritus professorships. Johann was instrumental in starting Henley Air in 1995, and although not directly involved with the day-to-day running of the business, he is held in…
 
This week, we complete each other, dingbats go up against melon heads, a little girl wants to smash a glass ceiling, Brianne has some unresolved gifted child issues, MELANIE IS HILARY SWANK, forensic anthropologists sling mud, we maybe start a book club, and our house tools get an upgrade. SHOW NOTES Content warnings: brief mention of stillbirth at…
 
Researching her ancestry has helped Angie to feel like there is a purpose and a place for her story. Through her research she has been reminded of her part in our global story that spans oceans and continents. In this episode Angie shares: How she reconciled her connection to land taken from indigenous people generations ago Why she tries to keep h…
 
We've officially been a podcast for ONE YEAR! To celebrate, we wanted to record a little rundown of our first year in numbers, from ghosts in the studio to animals attacks to decapitations to conspiracy theories. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for listening and making every single day of it so fun.…
 
In this episode Alex interviews Captain Jim "Guido" DiMatteo, a world-class pilot who spent 25 years flying fighters in the U.S. Navy. He logged more than 5,000 hours flying the F-14 Tomcat, F/A-18 Hornet, A-4 Skyhawk, F-5N Tiger II and F-16N Fighting Falcon. He commanded Top Gun adversary squadrons on both coasts and led the foundation stood up by…
 
Dr Anchen Laubscher is Group Medical Director for Netcare. She is responsible for the strategic oversight of all clinical and quality related matters. Previously, Dr Anchen was part of a High Performance Team, operating as a flying doctor with Netcare 911 helicopter. She now leads a High Performance Team of subject matter experts and is responsible…
 
Livestock guardian dogs is a natural follow-on to the previous podcast about coyotes. At that time, we weren’t really willing to make that step. However, after speaking with other sheep herders, we’ve decided it is time. This is a really big step for me. I truly still feel quite uncomfortable about my ability to properly care for a dog. I don’t rea…
 
This week, we enter Jeremy Bearimy time, Bigfoot faces off against sentient pants, Melanie gets high-brow on us and continues with her favorite chaotic men theme, ballerinas catch fire, firefighters eff around and find out, a man hacks his way through a crowd, 807 Walnut Street is hit by disaster after grandiose disaster, and Melanie rolls out the …
 
Having common life experiences with an ancestor can draw you into learning more about what you have in common. Annette Gendler shares some of the stories within her family history which she learned in her efforts to research one individual. In this episode Annette shares: How learning of an ancestor with a similar love story inspired her to researc…
 
In this episode Alex interviews Matt Hall, the current and defending Red Bull Air Race World Champion. Matt Hall is a third-generation pilot, a former Royal Australian Air Force fighter combat instructor, international unlimited aerobatic competitor and the first Australian to be selected to compete in the Red Bull Air Race World Championship in 20…
 
The Human Factor Hub was set up by two airline professionals, who have lived, breathed and taught core non-technical skills over decades. Neil Clarke, an airline Captain with South African Airways for more than 25 years, has been a Human Factors facilitator for more than two decades. David Doull, head of Crew Resource Management training at South A…
 
This week, discombobulation abounds, we start the hairdo pocket revolution, cryptid teeth arrive in the mail, Brianne does not want a head in the box, the wendigo and selkie face off, Melanie has an alarming conspiracy, we struggle to be mature, and a whole bunch of scuba diving disasters happen. SHOW NOTES Content warnings: brief reference to gore…
 
Family stories are not passive, they shape us into who we are. Laura Roselle is an expert in storytelling and the psychology behind the stories we share. We have the power to choose how we interpret the stories of our ancestors and what we choose to convey to others, and even ourselves, through the stories we tell and the way we choose to tell them…
 
Blaise features the 2021 American association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) 2021 Awards Gala. Then we briefly hear about the significance of the Netflix film Crip Camp receiving an Oscar nomination for the disability community. What do you think? Subscribe wherever you get podcasts. Notes go here Support Blaisin' Access Podcast by contributing…
 
Blaise chats with Denise DiNoto about the planning of the New York State Independent Living Council Disability Rights Hall of Fame. They also snuck in some Crip Camp conversation.Episode Notes Notes go here Support Blaisin' Access Podcast by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/blaisin-access-podcast…
 
Following the death of a prominent former politician, Crabb and Sales remimiscw about the joy of an illegally intercepted phone call. (1.30) Sex And The City | Binge | Trailer (2.30) Sentimental In The City Podcast (3.30) Everything I Know about Love by Dolly Alderton (12.00) Girls Just Want To Have Fun | Amazon | Trailer (13.40) Please Like Me | N…
 
Coyotes are a plague when you have sheep. Today’s podcast is going to be all about coyotes. Probably more than you ever wanted to know. Some things about coyotes might surprise you. I want to take a minute and say welcome to all the new listeners and welcome back to the veteran homestead-loving regulars who stop by the FarmCast for every episode. I…
 
This week, Melanie and Brianne contemplate mortality, Melanie crosses her legs to keep Baby John Mellencamp in, a cryptid has an elaborate backstory, we're joined in the studio by fourteen badass ghosts drinking beers, Brianne loves atmospheric trains, we all learn about saturation diving together, YouTube crowns the most gruesome death imaginable,…
 
Beliefs that limit what you achieve in life are created by your experiences or passed down to you through your parents and the generations before you. Learn how to identify those beliefs and give yourself permission to let go of the ones that do not make your life better. Many of your beliefs were established as a young child, as an adult it is tim…
 
Willie Cruickshank is the Race Series Director of the World Championship Air Race. Formerly Red Bull Air Race, the new WCAR series gets underway next year. Willie and his core team have been hard at work over the past 18 months, setting up and making arrangements to bring Air Racing back where it belongs, in the skies! Willie spent 3 decades servin…
 
Carly Morgan’s family has lived in the United States for generations, but the two sides of her family are not equally represented in the records. Despite the difficulty, Carly has dug into her Chinese roots and pulls her ancestors, and the traditions of their culture, to the present. In this episode Carly shares: What she did when she thought her i…
 
Richard is a world-class athlete, global speaker and author. He has survived brain cancer on three occasions and continues to fight on, compete and inspire others. We will be talking about resilience, in a time when we all need to up our game. Richard's story will inspire you to get back up, after the year of 2020's setbacks! Watch this interview o…
 
The Springbok Nude Girls are arguably South Africa's best rock band. They burst onto the scene in the mid 1990's with and energy and sound never before seen in SA. They have influenced other great South African bands such as the Parlotones and Fokofpolisiekar. Springbok Nude Girls frontman Arno Carstens and guitarist Theo Crous, join me live on Thu…
 
Heybrech van Niekerk was the first lady to represent the Silver Falcons Aerobatic Team, the national display team of the South African Air Force. She was selected to fly in the number 2 position in 2011 and later moved to the number 4 position. During her time, Heybrech has completed 75 public airshows. The Silver Falcons selected Heybrech, celebra…
 
Crabb & Sales have been to see the Australian production of Hamilton, offering yet another opportunity for them to bang on about their latest obsession. Fortunately they move on quickly to Rachel Cusk and Aziz Ansari. (10.00) Sydney Writers Festival - Rachel Cusk: Second Place - 29 April Conversation (11.30) Second Place by Rachel Cusk (14.10) The …
 
Blaise chats with Melanie Hecker, an Autistic advocate about the need to move the needle from Autism awareness to acceptance. What do you think? Subscribe wherever you get podcasts.Episode Notes Notes go here Support Blaisin' Access Podcast by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/blaisin-access-podcast…
 
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