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Revealing Jesus' Finished Work in the nations!! Releasing all people into ecstatic Love in God's Glory! Speaking compassionate wisdom to community. THIS IS OUR FULL UPDATED FIRE HOUSE PROJECTS PODCAST! You will hear the most recent messages from Matt and Katie Spinks and friends. Most of these are from our Glory parties in Fort Wayne, Indiana or our regular Fire House Chronicles updates! You were made for the superior pleasure of knowing and living in Jesus Christ!! http://www.thefirehousepr ...
 
Decentered Podcast – An off-centre look at community, social and sustainable media.. With discussions about the role of media in sustainable and participative communities, providing an alternative to mass media. We look at how we build our capabilities to tell our own stories and think about the importance of what we become in producing and sharing our own media content.
 
Finding out how ordinary people do extraordinary things! In this series of podcasts, Charlie Reading talks to some of the most well-known people in the endurance sports world to discover the secrets of their success. You'll get an insight into the key learning principals of some of the world's top professional athletes, Olympians and World Record holders in the disciplines of running, swimming, cycling and triathlons.
 
Food Safety Matters is a podcast for food safety professionals hosted by the Food Safety Magazine editorial team – the leading media brand in food safety for over 20 years. Each episode will feature a conversation with a food safety professional sharing their experiences and insights of the important job of safeguarding the world’s food supply.
 
Some call it old country; classic country; real country. We call it traditional country, and that's exactly what we do here at "If That Ain't Country". For three hours each week, we feature the very best traditional country, honky tonk, bluegrass and western swing from the golden years 'til today. It's pretty simple but we think you'll like it. Hosted by Western Red - it's US country with an Australian twist, keeping true to the traditions that make country great. With a genuine love and dee ...
 
Americas Place for strange, bringing you the best in Hollywood Horror & the Paranormal each week. Listen each week as we talk with celebrities from your favorite horror movies and TV shows as well as paranormal investigators. We'll also keep you updated in the world of the paranormal with news from the strange.
 
Find out how making a difference in the lives of others plays a key role in shaping one’s personal growth and success as an individual. Hear from influential leaders around the country as they share how this shift in focus has impacted not only their business, but also their personal lives and has also made them more successful than they ever thought possible.
 
A podcast about the Bob Graham Round - a 66 mile run in the Lake District up and over 42 of England's tallest mountains in under 24 hours. Recorded throughout 2018 and 2019, this an audio account of a year preparing for and attempting the BGR - these are our Bob Graham Sounds. From the makers of 'Dad Does Drugs' - Shortlisted for Best Education Podcast of 2019 People's Choice Podcast Awards
 
A show dedicated to providing practical strategies, compassionate guidance and ongoing support for individuals and couples looking to create more love in their life and relationships. Discover innovative ways to heal from the past, make positive changes and learn secrets to create more passion, happiness and love in your life today. Get more free resources at www.purepeacecoaching.com or read these episodes on our blog www.purepeacecoaching.com/blog
 
The CPG Podcast brings the latest features, news and in-depth interviews from the world of professional golf, PGAs and PGA Professionals. The CPG is an association of 32 National PGAs with a collective membership in excess of 12,550 golf professionals and is committed to the advancement of golf, golfers and the golf profession across Europe. The Confederation is also a partner in Ryder Cup Europe as the sole member of the Ryder Cup European Development Trust, and is widely acknowledged as a ...
 
HR Heroes by Breathe shares the stories of small businesses who recognise that their people are key to their business success. Join Jonathan Richards, CEO of Breathe, and his guests, as they discuss their people management stories. Covering everything from company culture to productivity and the future of work.
 
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In today’s episode, community consultant and Salesforce Former VP of Community, Erica Kuhl, joins us to share her greatest community growth advice. Years before community was a known industry, Erica used three methods to successfully get buy-in from the Salesforce Executives. She worked with Salesforce users and product managers to strengthen and b…
 
When it comes to fell running, Nicky Spinks is nothing short of a legend. She's gone from holding the female record for the Bob Graham (BG) Round, a 66 mile route across 42 Lake District fells that must be completed inside 24 hours to, after recovering from cancer, setting records for the Bob Graham Double; yes 2 laps inside 48 hours! Since then sh…
 
In recognition of Cybersecurity Awareness month, we decided to speak on the topic of Women of Color in Cybersecurity. Sherri Elliott, Senior Project Manager and Information System Security Officer joins John Janek as a guest host to interview Renata Spinks, Cyber Technology Officer (CTO), Senior Executive Service Member for the United States Marine…
 
This week's guest is Cam Spinks, co-owner of Mallard Homes. You may recognize Camden from his appearance on NBC's "The Voice". Mike and Camden talk about the value of treating customers the right way and keeping them informed through a project, always considering managing their expectations. Both have great insight from their years of experience an…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 134 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. In This Week's Podcast: My look back at the 2020 Beekeeping Season, The Good, The Bad, and The Exciting. Join Our Beekeeping Community in the following ways: Early Release & Additional Video and Podcast Content - Access Here Stewart's Beekeeping Basics Face…
 
In this week's episode we're featuring a 1969 album from prolific songwriting and singing talent Liz Anderson: "Country Style". After relocating from North Dakota, The Andersons moved to Southern California and by the end of the decade, demand was growing for Liz Anderson's songwriting. She'd routinely host many of The West Coast's greats in her li…
 
This is a special edition of the Decentered Media podcast, and the first to be sponsored by University of Leicester School of Business. Today I was joined by Professor Paul Baines – Professor of Political Marketing Dr Martin Quinn – Associate Professor in Regional Development and Public Policy One of the major challenges that we are facing, is how …
 
Billy Joe Saunders defends his WBO super middleweight title against Martin Murray on Friday night, with live commentary on BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra. Mike and Steve discuss Saunders' chequered history, while Murray explains why he thought Covid-19 had ended his career. Then, Anthony Yarde's trainer Tunde Ajayi joins the podcast ahead of his fig…
 
Winner of Iron Man UK, Iron Man Florida and Iron Man NZ, as well as the British record holder for most miles cycled in 12 hours (a whopping 325 miles), Joe Skipper knows his stuff. Joe is Self-coached and I wanted to explore how he has been improving his swimming during lockdown, what a typical training week looks like and whether competing in Helv…
 
GIVING TUESDAY 2020 We are raising money for our Rivers of Grace Children's Home in Nepal Matt interviews our wonderful Nepali ministry team leader Bijay Tamang! Pr. Bijay shares his heart and vision for Nepal. Would you consider helping us with this vision? Partnering to help the children and to spread this Good News? Become a monthly partner of a…
 
Malcolm Brown MBE was the Brownlees' coach from being young lads and through to Rio Olympics, so he knows the sport of triathlon inside out. I got the opportunity to chat to him about what makes a great coach, what makes a great athlete, and how can we encourage younger athletes in the sport. Malcolm's British Triathlon Bio Malcolm's Science & Tria…
 
We chat with Kier Wenham Flatt about life as a Strength and Conditioning coach for professional sports teams. Kier started out with the dream of becoming a professional rugby player but as many of us will have found out its not an easy thing to achieve. Having decided that playing professional rugby was not going to be his path Kier decided that he…
 
Note: we will discuss sexual assault in this episode and advise our listeners to practice discretion in tuning in. “Everybody's story is valid. The fact that people feel they cannot speak up about their own pain is my motivator.” - Onyango Otieno At twenty years old, Ongyango Otieno was the victim of sexual assault and found he had no where to turn…
 
Joe Joyce joins the podcast after his victory over Daniel Dubois, to discuss how he adapted his gameplan in the ring to win the fight and where he goes now - could fights against Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury follow a matchup against Oleksandr Usyk? Then, Dubois' trainer Martin Bowers gives his perspective on the end of the fight, explains that he …
 
New Revo Seven Kawasaki signing Dylan Walsh is the guest on Episode 17 of the Man in a Van Motocross show in association with FXR Moto and Relaxtorace! For more Man in a Van go to https://www.dirthub.co.uk/man-in-a-van-motocross-show/ or to subscribe specifically to the show go to http://eepurl.com/gGq3wT Catch more of our content via the below Med…
 
Nevin Perera is Research & Development manager for PerkinElmer where he and his team have developed a range of ELISA immunoassays including Solus One Salmonella, Solus One Listeria, and Solus One E.coli. Nevin’s career started at the University of Birmingham – in the UK - where he studied for a B.Sc. (Hons) in Microbiology before transitioning into…
 
“Listeners should expect refreshing and new voices from me. The plan is to put Africa on the map.” - Whitney Ogutu In the middle of July, we announced that we were searching for a new podcast correspondent to help us expand the stories we tell. We had an incredible response to the program–117 applications! We decided in the end to bring on not just…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 133 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. In This Week's Podcast: My Virtual trip to the 2020 Virtual National Honey Show and a round up of other beekeeping stuff. Featured Links In Today's Podcast: Honey Paw Hives - Designed by Beekeepers, For Beekeepers. National Honey Show I’m grateful to Honey …
 
On this episode Mike is joined by Sandy Edry from The Edry Team with Keller Williams New York City. With more successful condominium conversions than any other team in Manhattan as well as numerous resale and rental transactions throughout the city, The Edry Team has become one of the most respected real estate brands in the city. The Edry Team, wh…
 
In this week's episode we're featuring an excellent introduction to the music of Gary Stewart: "Greatest Hits" (1981). Born the son of a mining man in Kentucky but calling Fort Pierce, Florida home from the age of 12, Gary Stewart was playing music around the area as a teenager. After catching part of his performance locally, Mel Tillis (also from …
 
We chat with Frederic Aranda about life as a portrait photographer. Frederic came over to the UK to study Japanese at Oxford university and having already started to develop a love for portraiture he joined the photography clubs at the university which gave him access to the dark room and allowed him to hone his craft. Over the years Frederic has t…
 
Professional Ironman, Nikki Bartlett, has found a way to make the sport pay, and it is more difficult than you might think. As winner of Ironman Lanzarote, she has to carefully select the races that are likely to be profitable, so I wanted to explore the finances behind being a pro, and well as what it is like to be a blind guide in the Olympics. w…
 
Dr. Scott Brooks is the Senior Vice President of Food Safety and Quality Assurance for Tyson Foods. Previously, Scott held similar food safety, quality, and regulatory executive positions at Kraft Heinz, PepsiCo, and Yum! Brands after serving as a Public Health Officer in the Air Force. His Doctorate is in Veterinary Medicine with Master’s degrees …
 
On the week he fights Roy Jones Jr in an ‘exhibition’ in Los Angeles, Mike and Steve reminisce about the time they’ve spent in the company of Mike Tyson, including an interview Mike conducted with Tyson back in 2013 where he spoke about his rape conviction and the death of his four year old daughter. Then, Callum Smith joins the podcast after he fi…
 
"I kept doing events after that first one. I guess that became my community. Even now saying it out loud, it is very strange. I never thought I could be someone that would be a part of like creating a community.” - Jodianne Beckford Jodianne created Noire Girls Plant, “from a dark place of feeling numb.” At a low point, she found plants were giving…
 
On today’s first ever live podcast, we’re joined by Jono Bacon, Community Consultant and Author. Jono was 17 years old when he discovered the world coming together through the operating system, Linux, and a light bulb went off that he should start joining and learning everything he could about community. He has since become one of the most influent…
 
“Community doesn't require that you have the same opinions. It just requires that you share a passion.” - Marjorie Anderson In the middle of July, we announced that we were searching for a new podcast correspondent to help us expand the stories we tell. We had an incredible response to the program–117 applications! We decided in the end to bring on…
 
Hi, I’m Stewart Spinks and welcome to Episode 131 of my podcast, Beekeeping Short and Sweet. In This Week's Podcast: Finally, I've got myself into a Virtual Beekeeping Meeting, we get cleaning the honey sump and pump and this week I promise, I will update you on how the mead making is going. Featured Links In Today's Podcast: Honey Paw Hives - Desi…
 
Adam Joelsson is Director of Technology and Head of Research and Development at Invisible Sentinel Inc. Having a background in microbiology and molecular biology, Adam joined Invisible Sentinel in 2008 as part of the founding team and has been integral in the development and commercialization of both Veriflow® and veriPRO® molecular diagnostic plat…
 
We chat with India about life as a Sommelier and wine blogger. India was born in Italy and moved over to the Netherlands when she was very young, but being from an Italian family meant that she was exposed to wine culture from the get go, being allowed to try a drop of wine mixed with water on the odd occasion at dinner. It wasn't until India was t…
 
After the most tumultuous year in memory Two for None is going to take a break for the cricketing summer. To see us off into the sunset, Jai Singh, Tom Hawkey, Michael Wood, Chris Goodrick and Adam Hassan are all on hand to give us an update on their cricketing and personal worlds. Get around it! Check out the Iso-Cast here: https://isocast.libsyn.…
 
Phil Graves is the youngest ever winner of an Ironman, a 3 times runner up in Ironman Wales and a former training buddy of the Brownlees. In this interview I got the opportunity to explore how Phil stays motivated through the difficult times, how he combats injury and his somewhat unique approach to pre-race nutrition. Find Phil on social media Twi…
 
Not often are experts in community deeply researching at a scholarly level how community works, our next guest Nadia Egbal does. She's the Head of Writer Experience at SubStack and the author of Working in Public, where she dives into the history and evolution of Open Source communities. They ended up laying the groundwork for how online communitie…
 
Tim Heming is a 220 Triathlon journalist that lives and breathes the sport. You'd struggle to fill the back of a stamp with who and what Tim doesn't know about in the world of triathlon, so I wanted to explore what's happening in the world of triathlon through and post COVID-19, the stand out products that are improving times, what we can learn fro…
 
We chat with Jake Meyer about life as a Mountaineer and Adventurer. Jake has had a passion for mountaineering since he was about fourteen and once he caught the adventure bug he set his sights on some pretty lofty goals from the get go, deciding that he would aim to be the youngest person to complete the "seven summits" (the highest mountain on eac…
 
“There's strategic value in giving up some control when you're a leader at a company and you want new ideas to emerge.” - Steve Garguilo Early in his career, Steve did the (seemingly) impossible—he led a grassroots transformation of the culture of Johnson & Johnson, the fifth largest company in the world. Frustrated by the pace and challenges of bi…
 
2020 EMX2T Champion Brad Anderson spills the beans on what the future holds for him, being an Auto dad and more in Episode 16 of Series 2 of the "Man in a Van" Motocross Show in association with FXR Moto and Relaxtorace For more Man in a Van go to https://www.dirthub.co.uk/man-in-a-van-motocross-show/ or to subscribe specifically to the show go to …
 
After Kell Brook was beaten in four rounds by Terence Crawford in their world welterweight title fight in Las Vegas, what next for the Sheffield boxer? Mike and Steve debate his standing in the pantheon of British welterweights and ask whether he should hang up his gloves, or whether the long-rumoured fight with Amir Khan could finally come to pass…
 
The Dinner Party is a worldwide community of 20- and 30-somethings who have each experienced the loss of a loved one. “We know what it’s like to lose someone and we aren’t afraid to talk about it,” their website states. Before the pandemic more than 400 Dinner Party tables were regularly meeting in nearly 100 cities around the world. Carla and Lenn…
 
In this Masters special Podcast episode, PGA Professionals and coaches to elite-level tour professionals including Holland's Joost Luiten, Phil Allen and Rob Mouwen, discuss sub-air and complex green systems; cross-seeding the fairways of Augusta; trying to break 100 at The Masters and not being allowed behind the ropes on the driving range.…
 
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