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Musicians: Singers, Songwriters, Beat Makers, Producers, and Music Students—learn what it takes to go further in your music career. This informative series features the insight of Walter and featured music industry guests—covering topics related to: Home Studio Advice, Performance, Getting a Recording Deal, Ways to Create Better Music, Selling Songs Online, Music Theory, Marketing Your Band, Trends in the Industry, Equipment, Recording Techniques, and more.
 
Ever since the shocking deaths of three young women in 1996 and 1997, the unanswered questions surrounding the Claremont serial killings have remained one of the biggest mysteries in WA history. Any hope of justice in the tragic deaths of Ciara Glennon, Sarah Spiers and Jane Rimmer seemed bleak for more than 20 years, with police coming unstuck and no sign of a breakthrough. That was until the arrest of Bradley Robert Edwards in 2016, who was subsequently charged with the trio's murders. For ...
 
Welcome to the UK Health & Safety Department Podcast. We will be covering various parts of training on here to support you in becoming safer in your job. The podcast is totally free to listen to or download. We will be releasing new podcast's throughout the year. All you have to do is subscribe in iTunes or a number of other common podcasting tools. Automatically have new episodes delivered to your computer or mobile device. If you have any other questions in the meantime please do not hesit ...
 
A sweet mother. The mum who puts the cereal box in the fridge and the milk in the cupboard. The mum who longs to be meaningfully connected to herself and her family. The mum who doesn't have all the answers. The mum who hears the voice of guilt. The mum with good days, bad days and days that are a blur. The mum who cries, laughs, struggles and dances but most importantly, she invites Jesus to take control. Join Iffy Chukwu, a mother of four, children's author and a Nigerian mum in London, as ...
 
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August 2020 Questions from our anonymous Have A Question page. Check out the show notes here for more details and links.In this episode, we are tackling the subjects:Negative Self-TalkSex and Midnight PrayerIs it okay to ask God for a spouse who enjoys anal sex?How to deal with jealousySex isn't special after the wife had an affairDid Jesus ever ge…
 
Episode 63: Interview: Sean Giovanni - Growing Your Music Career (Part 2) Today we conclude our 2-part interview with The Record Shop's Sean Giovanni. Sean Giovanni is the Producer, Engineer and Owner for Middle Tennessee’s own, The Record Shop (therecordshopnashville.com). A frequent NAMM show panelist, speaker at Belmont, MTSU, SAE, The Recording…
 
Bradley Robert Edwards killed Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon. Over the last two days, we’ve heard from the families of those two young, vibrant women taken too soon, their grief unimaginable as their daughters’ killer has been unmasked. But for the family of another young and vibrant daughter, sister and friend, yesterday’s verdict came with more he…
 
The Claremont Killer has been revealed. Bradley Robert Edwards terrorised Perth for two decades, he sparked fear into the hearts of people in Claremont and tore apart families. As WA’s Police Commissioner said outside court today, “Bradley Edwards can now be called for what he is - a brutal rapist and a murderer.” 24 years of heartbreak for the fam…
 
This week, Xavier Ellis, reporter Ryan Daniels in the Queensland hub and The West sport editor Nick Rynne break down each team in ladder order. Word from the hub, awards night, Neale over Hawkins, Brown to Essendon, Bulldogs bargain bucket number one draft pick and being better than Buddy Franklin! Follow the show on Instagram and Twitter @hardball…
 
Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian is away this week with journalist Jordan McArdle stepping in , Glen Quartermain is the sports editor of The Sunday Times. In this episode, Duff and Quarters discuss: West Coast and Fremantle's All-Australian hopefuls (3.00) Paddy Dangerfield, too good for this world (11.00) COY Hinkl…
 
Managing Director of Pragma Lawyers Aaron McDonald explains what Premier Mark McGowan suing Clive Palmer means and how it could impact West Australians, The Archbishop of the Anglican Church Kay Goldsworthy and Hayden Glass, WA state director of Red Frogs on how leavers celebrations will look a little different this year. See omnystudio.com/policie…
 
A huge IN for Hard Ball Gets AFL show with Dyl Buckley joining Xavier Ellis for an all new podcast called the LOOSE BALLERS. The truth behind delist meetings and role player contract 'negotiations' (5.00) AFLPA MVP award - Tom Hawkins and his nervousness to win a first Coleman Medal (13.00) Players the boys are most excited for come finals and who …
 
Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian is away this week with journalist Jordan McArdle stepping in , Glen Quartermain is the sports editor of The Sunday Times. In this episode, Duff and Quarters discuss: Finals permutations (4.00) Harley Bennell, what a joke. (9.00) Teams to make the jump in 2021 - GC, FRE, CARL (18.00) …
 
The father of a Perth digger stranded overseas shares his anger at the situation. City of Perth chief executive officer Michelle Reynolds weighs in on the Mayoral race. Homeless representative Dr Betsy Buchanan on the rate of Aboriginal homelessness, and a WA grown apple variety that’s the healthiest in the world. See omnystudio.com/policies/listen…
 
Stephen Spencer a two-time Afghanistan veteran stuck in Dubai with his young family has penned an open letter to Australia hitting out at politicians for abandoning the spirit of mateship and forcing their stranded countrymen and women into a “financial Hunger Games” in order to try and get home. Stephen's father Peter describes his frustration at …
 
NEW HARD BALL GETS POD - THE MONDAY MAD SCRAMBLE Chris Robinson hosts the Monday Mad Scramble, where we look to make sense of what’s happened in the weekend of footy, what’s to come, and weigh up the over/unders of some of the game’s big talking points. West Coast's preferred opponent, Freo's Caleb Serong and the NAB Rising star, what's wrong with …
 
Uniting Care WA CEO Amanda Hunt discusses the alarming new report which has revealed more than half of people on JobSeeker could not afford a necessities like food, housing, transport and bills in the past three months. Law Society WA president Nicholas van Hattem discusses the legacy of US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Marketing analy…
 
This week, Xavier Ellis is joined by Ryan Daniels from deep within the Queensland AFL hub and Josh Garlepp is in for The West's sports editor Nick Rynne. Carlton's dream addition for Cripps, unfair West Coast get a home final?!?!, is Stephen over the Hill, Eagles premiership hopes and Rhino's update from the AFL hub. Follow the show on Instagram an…
 
Housing Industry Association WA executive director Cath Hart discusses the strong demand for the State Government’s Building Bonus Program, which has prompted Premier Mark McGowan to announce a further $30 million boost. Western Australian Council of Social Service chief executive Louise Giolitto discusses findings of a new survey into the communit…
 
Western Australian Council of Social Service chief executive Louise Giolitto discusses findings of a new survey into the community service sector, which is approaching “crisis point” due to COVID-19 with more than a million people already excluded from income support and more than two million expected to be cut in coming months. See omnystudio.com/…
 
Is Bradley Robert Edwards guilty or not guilty? Only one person knows what the answer to that question is, and he’s taken 12 weeks to make it. But on Thursday September 24, the world will find out. Justice Stephen Hall has the weight of two decades of fear, mystery and grief on his shoulders, and in a week, he’ll have eyes of West Australians on hi…
 
Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sports editor of The Sunday Times. In this episode, Duff and Quarters discuss: WAFC and the Eagles CEO Trevor Nisbett under the microscope (1.00) Virtual Brownlow and Neale’s hopes (9.00) Worsfold’s last game (12.00) Round 18 tipping - WCE v NM (19.00) FRE v …
 
Child protection minister Simone McGurk discusses the Kimberley magistrate's SOS to politicians that the criminal justice system is broken when it comes to domestic violence in the State’s north. Parenting expert and mental health author Claire Orange weighs in on a graphic video of a man dying by suicide circulating on Tik Tok and explains why sch…
 
Former Boomers player and Reconciliation WA Chief Executive Andrew Vlahov recalls his Olympic memories on the 20th Anniversary of the 2000 Sydney Olympic games. Dr Jason Bell from the School of Psychological Science on eating disorders and how you could help solve a crime with our Crime Stoppers segment. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for pri…
 
Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sports editor of The Sunday Times. In this episode, Duff and Quarters discuss: Demons' miraculous return to the finals (1.00) Finals permutations for the Eagles (6.00) Will stars be rested at West Coast? (12.00) Pulseless North Melbourne and fantastic Freo (1…
 
Shadow Treasurer Dean Nalder discusses Liberal Opposition’s concerns and expectations with the upcoming State Budget. Greg Page the original yellow Wiggle and heart attack survivor is aiming to host the largest online CPR class ever this coming weekend plus Sam Birmingham President of the Perth Football League. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener …
 
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