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Currently featuring: Garth Nix Reads the first chapter from Lord Sunday, the final volume in the Keys to the Kingdom series.A selection of audio highlights and extracts from new and upcoming titles in the Allen & Unwin cataloguesAllen & Unwin is Australia's leading independent publisher and has been voted "Publisher of the Year" eight times including the inaugural award in 1992 and six times since 2000. We publish around 250 new titles each year including literary and commercial fiction, a b ...
 
Tales of Three Hemispheres is a collection of fantasy short stories by Lord Dunsany. The first edition was published in Boston by John W. Luce & Co. in November, 1919; the first British edition was published in London by T. Fisher Unwin in June, 1920. The book collects 14 short pieces by Dunsany; the last three, under the general heading "Beyond the Fields We Know," are related tales, as explained in the publisher's note preceding the first, "Idle Days on the Yann," which was previously publ ...
 
Director Paul Katis, producer Andrew de Lotbiniere and executive producer Gareth Ellis-Unwin discuss their new film. Kajaki: The True Story depicts an incident involving a group of British soldiers trapped in a minefield while stationed in Afghanistan, and uncovers extraordinary tales of bravery and tragic consequences as the comrades risk their lives for each other. Hosted by Michael Rosser at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
This is the podcast from CAF’s think tank Giving Thought, where we look at big issues, themes and news stories that relate to philanthropy and the work of civil society. Our host, Rhodri Davies, leads you through a wide range of fascinating topics, and also speaks to great guests who bring their own insight and expertise on civil society issues. For more in depth content from Giving Thought, please visit https://www.cafonline.org/about-us/blog-home/giving-thought
 
Jon Gaunt's Simple as Fat Podcast is the story of his journey of reversing his Type 2 Diabetes, and taking back control of his life by changing his diet, walking and losing weight. At the start of the story Jon (56) weighs 306 pounds, is morphing into the sofa and can’t tie his own shoelaces. Blood sugar through the roof and blood pressure off the scale, depressed and heading to an early grave. Jon suddenly decides that it’s time for action and gets off his Fat Ass and starts walking. Jon wa ...
 
Lawyers of Tomorrow is hosted by Stephen Turner, a law lecturer, law tech entrepreneur and author. Stephen interviews visionaries who are working to build a modern, efficient legal sector that delivers valuable, easily accessible and easy-to-use legal products and services that give people the solutions they need. The focus of the show is on how lawyers can add value for their clients by embracing legal project management, innovative models, legal design principles, automated solutions, lega ...
 
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The Oscar winning producer of The King’s Speech, Gareth Ellis-Unwin, takes Clare on one of his regular rambles from Pangbourne in Berkshire to Goring on Thames in South Oxfordshire. Gareth had an unusual route into film-making and now works with the charity, ScreenSkills, which is trying to make it easier for people of all backgrounds to join the i…
 
In this episode of The Aftermath Atl Diva and M-16 talk to Tasha and Brii from a great new podcast called Girls Night Unwine. We discuss the start of their journey as podcasters, how they are trying to grow their show, and the feedback they get from their audience. Later we play Don’t @ Me and find out if the ladies are morning people or they like …
 
In this episode we look at the relationship between sport, philanthropy and civil society through history and up to the present day. Including: Sportspeople as donors Big name examples of sportspeople who give generously: David Beckham, Roger Federer, Cristiano Ronaldo, Serena Williams, Andre Agassi What drives this high-profile giving? Altruism, o…
 
On this installment of The Aftermath Ez and M-16 speak to comedian and podcaster Kyndra Crump about her growing podcast and comedy career. They also get into some of the issues that come with trying to get into the ultra competitive world of comedy and entertainment. Also find out if Kyndra likes ice cream in a cup or in a cone??? Background Music:…
 
To mark our 50th episode, writer and podcaster Tom Jackson gives us his clear-eyed take on Dylan’s “Born Again” albums: Slow Train Coming, Saved, Shot Of Love and Trouble No More. “Slow Train Coming is not a smooth record, not a pleasant record, but I enjoy the tension.” And the accompanying live performances? “They were church services, really. Bu…
 
This week on the show it's all about the food. We talk about Popeyes leap into the fish sandwich game and who has the best fast food fish sandwich. Later we have a battle of who is the world's pickiest eater between ATL Diva and M-16. Khujeaux is plugging Snickers Peanut Brownie on the Snack Plug.One Gotta Go has us talking which fast food sandwich…
 
Anneka Rice is a self-declared obsessive rambler who says she feels out of sorts if she doesn’t walk every day. Today she takes Clare on her favourite route along the banks of the Thames where she discusses how the river ‘tethers’ her, something she needs following a childhood that left her feeling ‘untethered’. Anneka became a household name in th…
 
This week Ez, Tiki Blue,& M-16 discuss the Gorilla Glue girl and her total lack of common sense. We get into Joe Biden taking a meeting with Ice Cube and we ask if we really need a contract for Black America. Later Tiki Blue annihilates the Netflix movie " Malcolm and Marie" and does not hold back. We move to Ez reviewing Dots Pretzel sticks and al…
 
In this episode we explore mutual aid: what is it, why is there so much interest in it right now and how does it relate to charity and philanthropy? Including: Defining the distinction between mutual aid and charity William Beveridge’s thoughts on mutual aid Peter Kropotkin and mutual aid as a fundamental element of human nature How does mutual aid…
 
In this special bonus episode Ez and M-16 were guests on the video podcast ZZ Talk who were previous guests on The Aftermath. In this show Zeus and Zino chat with the guys about the origins of The Radio Show and their top 5 foods for the Super Bowl. Later we predict some prop bets and breakdown the game as well. We even get in a round of One Gotta …
 
In this episode of The Aftermath ATL Diva, Tiki Blue & M-16 talk to singer/songwriter Varro Vivyds about her growing music career, how she is using the extra time the pandemic has afforded her to her advantage. Later we learn about her being able to defeat addiction and how she gets herself in mood to write songs. Then we play Don't @ Me where we l…
 
It’s the 100th episode of The Radio Show so what do we do? Our usual nonsense....we discuss the proper way to place your groceries on the belt when checking out. We talk about different eras in hip hop and who is still doing well currently. Khujoe’s snack plug with the Oreo Brookie and we argue the best way to eat your wings with One Gotta Go and w…
 
On this episode of the show Ez, Tiki Blue & M-16 discuss how the pandemic seems never ending and what new routines they have started since it began. Later we get Ez filling in on the snack plug reviewing an alternative to Cheetos then Ezhas his One Gotta Go segment with salad dressing and much more. Background Music: Baari X Find all info related t…
 
In this episode we take a look at the philanthropic giving of MacKenzie Scott (former wife of Jeff Bezos), who has garnered a great deal of attention and praise for the scale, pace and approach of her philanthropy. We ask: what are the key aspects of received wisdom about giving that she is rejecting? And will this lead to wider changes in how big …
 
It's tax season so on this installment of The Aftermath Ez, ATL Diva, & M-16 welcome in veteran tax pro Adrian Owens to discuss his background in both tax and real estate, common tax mistakes people make, how he can assist clients with tax questions and audits and we also ask the hard questions in the Don't @ me segment where we find out who Adrian…
 
Dr. Nic Gill is a professional strength and conditioning coach, and an associate professor at the University of Waikato in New Zealand. For the last 13 years he has been the S&C coach for the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team. We discuss: Nic’s self experimentation on nutrition Carbs and exercise Individualising is the key The All Blacks’ nutrition…
 
Novelist, former A & R man and screenwriter John Niven begins by summing up Bob’s generally unloved Neighbourhood Bully: “I have a soft spot for Heritage Rock acts trying to do Punk in the late 70’s and early 80’s” before summing up the Dont Look Back days: “When you’re in your 20’s, you’re all about the cruelty”. His response to attending a New Yo…
 
This week Atl Diva and Tiki Blue start the show trolling Ez and M-16 about their Saints losing in the playoffs and how trolling 16 just comes naturally to everyone. The fellas fire back with how bandwagon Atlanta sports fans are and how they get pleasure from other teams doing what their team cannot. Ez handles the snack plug filling in for Khujoe …
 
Special bonus audio only episode of The Aftermath where M-16 is super frustrated with the Saints playoff woes and we invite our good friend and resident Falcons fan Big Debo from the podcast "My Black Friend" to talk about where things went wrong. We also ask if bad playoff losses are worth winning a title? And is it time to let Drew Brees go and b…
 
The Radio Show is back with a new episode talking about how the storming of the capitol building would have been very different if it were people of color. Later we learn that M-16 was not a fan of Chappelle’s show and everyone hates him for saying it. Khujoe’s snack plug is talking Kit Kat mocha and chocolate. We get one gotta go with Girl Scout c…
 
Lisa Bailey is a nutritionist, health coach & personal trainer here in Scotland. She also is a carnivore who eats no food from plants, no fruits or vegetables at all. We discuss: Lisa’s ill health from childhood 27 years of vegetarianism Sense of smell and taste coming back after 20 years after switching to carnivore Bottle feeding vs breast feedin…
 
In this episode we unpick the complex relationship between philanthropy and democracy. Does philanthropy undermine democracy, or strengthen it? Do we need to make philanthropy itself more democratic? And if so, how? Including: Does philanthropy automatically introduce a “plutocratic bias” into public discourse and policy? Is lack of transparency a …
 
M-16, Yo Boi Khujoe & Ez complain about being harassed by poll workers non stop. Later we discuss the GA runoff election and how things will change depending on which side wins. Khujoe brings up the woman who made 250K on Only Fans in just a few months. Then we get this week's Snack Plug featuring Bubbies Cookie Dough Ice Cream Bites. Ez's "One Got…
 
Edward Docx (novelist/screenwriter/journalist) is a hyper-articulate defence witness for some of Bob’s least understood albums: Street-Legal, Infidels, Empire Burlesque and Together Through Life. “There is no uninteresting Dylan album. He opens his veins and says "This is what it’s like for me now."” How passionate is Ed Docx about Bob Dylan? After…
 
This week we have some random stuff at the start and then we discuss the possible new stimulus package and how the US government responded to the pandemic compared to other countries. Later we get Khujoe’s snack plug with Bluebunny load’d cones. Then we get into the state of female rappers and the stigma that they all talk about the same thing. The…
 
In this episode, at the end of a tumultuous and unpredictable year, we attempt (wisely or not!) to give some predictions for what 2021 might bring... ECONOMIC DOWNTURN Impact of Pandemic & Brexit: more demand, charity finances hit, less giving? Charity closures/mergers? Reimagining resilience? Political Division Ongoing division Ongoing politicisat…
 
In this installment of The Aftermath M-16, Atl Diva, & Ez talk to real estate broker Michael Tally about his start in real estate and what was the turning point in getting him interested in making it a career. We also discuss the current market and if there are similarities with the current pandemic and the 2008 market crash. We also find out what …
 
In this episode of The Aftermath Tiki Blue and M-16 chat with Tayy from the podcast " Talks w/Tayy" as we discuss the start of her podcast, her creative process and what she is doing to grow her audience. Later we play Don't @ Me where we find out the correct way to pronouce caramel and what side of the bed she prefers to sleep on and much more. Ba…
 
In this episode we talk to Iqbal Nasim, CEO of the National Zakat Foundation, about Islamic giving and using technology to transform the way Zakat works. Including: What is Zakat and how does it fit within Islamic teaching? What does Islamic teaching say about how Zakat is to be given? (i.e. are there specific causes, should it be anonymous etc?) I…
 
Andrew Scarborough has a masters in nutritional therapy and a degree in human medical science. He’s currently doing a postgraduate certification in clinical bioninformatics. He was diagnosed in 2013 with an incurable malignant brain tumour after having a brain haemorrhage on a train. We talk about: 8 years with a highly malignant brain tumour The p…
 
Dr. Mark Cucuzzella is an Air Force Reserve lieutenant colonel, a general practitioner in West Virginia, a professor at the West Virginia University School of Medicine, conducts Healthy Running Medical Education courses, and is the author of the book Run For Your Life. He has more than 100 marathon and ultra-marathon finishes under his belt, and ha…
 
Academic and author Pamela Thurschwell gives us her conflicted feminist take on Dylan, including his queer lyrical metaphors and what it’s like to be on the receiving end of a Dylan mansplaining session. Her namechecks range from Amy Rigby, Emma Swift and Joan Baez to Joyce Carol Oates, Annie Hall and Jane Eyre. Pam describes Dylan as “the dangerou…
 
In this episode we talk to Asha Curran, CEO of Giving Tuesday - ahead of this year’s event on Tuesday 2nd December -about distributed leadership, movement building and the importance of mass giving. Including: Decentralisation & Social Movements What is the key appeal of networked movements? Do people believe they are more effective (particularly w…
 
Professor Frédéric Leroy is a professor in the field of food science and (bio)technology in Free University of Brussels. We talk about: Prof. Leroy’s bioengineering background EAT Lancet’s planetary diet restricting meat and potatoes Why are we inverting our two million year positive relationship with meat? The Great Reset – on the cover of TIME Ma…
 
Nikola Howard, who is an author, coach and mentor, and started the online community Low Carb In The UK. Nikola’s FB group and coaching Food addiction The HOPE protocol – healthy optimised purposeful eating Finding your own way in low carb without counting Allowing ourselves to escape diet prison Rivalling Slimming World for low carb Supplements – V…
 
In this episode we talk to Paul Vallely, author of Philanthropy: From Aristotle to Zuckerberg about his new book and what we can learn from history that can help inform our understanding of modern philanthropy and our thinking about where it should go in the future. Including: What value does a historical perspective bring? Would people working in …
 
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