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Join comedian Deborah Frances-White and her special guests as they discuss topics “all 21st century feminists agree on” while confessing their insecurities, hypocrisies and fears that underlie their lofty principles. Deborah Frances-White is the 2016 Writers' Guild Award Winner for Best Radio Comedy for her hit BBC Radio 4 series Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice. She is an Edinburgh Fringe regular, screenwriter and is hugely in demand for her corporate seminars.
 
The Lift the Bar Podcast is a place where personal trainers can gain education, insight and knowledge from other personal trainers. It's aim is to provide personal trainers with the know-how and inspiration to build the kind of career they want to build. Every week the show will feature interviews with fantastic guests who are at the top of their game in different areas specific to helping personal trainers.
 
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In today's episode, Stuart welcomes back Mark Council & his partner Ste Whitaker. Mark & Ste own a gym called Platform Performance, which they opened together in 2017. This is the third episode of the series called 'gym owners corner' where Stuart brings Mark on to discuss the realities and challenges of being a gym owner. In this episode, they dis…
 
The Guilty FeministPresented by Deborah Frances-White and Jen Brister Episode 258: A Can-Do Attitude with special guest Dr Rola Hallam Recorded 8 June 2021 via Zoom. Released 14 June 2021. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. This Summer, Haagen-Dazs are not holding back, mixing things up with their new DUO experien…
 
After 467 days apart, Catherine, David and Matt finally got to record a podcast together in person. In it, we talked about Novak Djokovic winning his 19th Grand Slam title and completing his second lap around the majors. How did Djokovic come back from two sets down? In what way has Djokovic taken a massive leap in the GOAT race? What’s Djokovic’s …
 
On a day of high emotions in Paris, Barbora Krejcikova entered the hearts of the tennis world by becoming a Grand Slam champion for the first time, while Pierre Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut won their second Roland Garros title in front of an adoring home crowd. What makes Krejcikova such a likeable champion? How did she beat Anastasia Pavlyuche…
 
When Andy Roddick says it’s one of the greatest matches he’s ever seen, Andy Murray describes it as ‘perfect’, and Cher weighs in, you know a tennis match has been a bit special. After Novak Djokovic did the impossible - again! - and beat Rafael Nadal at Roland Garros, Catherine, David and Matt tried to make sense of it all. How did he do it? What …
 
Women’s semi-finals day at Roland Garros 2021 will live long in the memory, with Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova reaching a first Grand Slam final in her 52nd appearance and Barbora Krejcikova winning an absolute classic against Maria Sakkari. We discuss Krejcikova’s composure and mental resilience, her moonballling tactics, the extraordinary closing stag…
 
How does Krejcikova summon the spirit of Novotna? What will Gauff learn from her defeat? How much of a factor was Swiatek’s injury in her defeat? Where has Sakkari’s run come from? In what way did Schwartzman bring the best out of Nadal? How did the presence of fans followed by the curfew impact the night session match? What caused Djokovic’s angry…
 
Tuesday at Roland Garros was enthralling, beginning with new names doing battle in unfamiliar territory and ending with old enemies duking it out under the lights. Afterwards, Catherine, David and Matt talked it through. Where was all the aggro between Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas? How did the clay help Tsitsipas? And how much of a chance…
 
It’s a case that has haunted Jefferson Township, New Jersey, for more than 30 years. On a snowy January night, 14-year-old Tommy Sullivan did the unthinkable: he murdered his mother in cold blood, set fire to their house, and then took his own life. Out of the flames of this horrible tragedy, investigations revealed that Tommy was, himself, a part …
 
Monday at Roland Garros saw the quarter-final line-up completed, impressive displays by title favourites Iga Swiatek and Rafael Nadal, a slew of straight-set matches, and one enthralling contest, which stood out above all the others, between Novak Djokovic and Lorenzo Musetti. What did we learn about Musetti? How did he manage to win the first two …
 
In today's show, Stuart welcomes Chris Bradley, also known as The Glasgow PT. Chris runs a gym in Glasgow and a mentorship programme for trainers called The Upgraded Coach. They discuss what he remembers about his first-ever PT session, how he approached lead gen in a commercial gym, getting through the tough times as a trainer, taking your busines…
 
The Guilty FeministPresented by Deborah Frances-White and Catherine Bohart Episode 257: Confrontation with special guest Ashnikko Recorded 4 May 2021 via Zoom. Released 7 June 2021. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. This Summer, Haagen-Dazs are not holding back, mixing things up with their new DUO experience with…
 
In the very early morning hours of March 19th, 2011, 22 year old Sian O’Callaghan decided to walk back to her apartment after a night out at a club in Swindon, England; a town with a reputation for its safe streets. It’s the reason Sian thought nothing of it to make the short walk back to her apartment by herself that night, totally unaware a preda…
 
Could Roger Federer and Serena Williams have played their last ever matches at Roland Garros? That was the question on the Day 8 podcast after they both exited the tournament on Sunday, in drastically different circumstances. Did Federer do the right thing by withdrawing ahead of his 4th round match? And how did Elena Rybakina beat Serena? Elsewher…
 
There aren’t many new experiences for Roger Federer in tennis these days, but playing and winning in an empty stadium at past midnight is certainly one of them. We discuss how on earth he managed to beat Dominik Koepfer, what the result said about his character, and how we ended up with this absurd night session scheduling. Elsewhere, there’s a loo…
 
If you watched any of Day 6 at Roland Garros, chances are you had a bona fide Grand Slam experience, because it really did have a bit of everything. Catherine, David and Matt feasted on it and then talked all about it. Why did watching Aryna Sabalenka lose to Anastastia Pavlyuchenkova feel oh-so-familiar? How good did Serena Williams look in beatin…
 
Catherine, David and Matt recorded tonight's podcast while watching Rafael Nadal beat Richard Gasquet for the 17th time in a row, on a day at Roland Garros which was rather marred by the exit through injury of Ash Barty. What happened to her? And how does her retirement affect the women's draw? Elsewhere, there's a look at how everyone's favourite …
 
After finally making it through a tumultuous and protracted opening round, Day 4 at Roland Garros was all about the tennis, and it certainly delivered the goods. Catherine, David and Matt talked all about it. Vondrousova, Kasatkina, Badosa - will one of them reach the SFs? Has Sabalenka figured out how to win when she’s not at her best? How well is…
 
After a difficult, distressing few days, attentions returned to happier matters on the Day 3 pod. Monfils makes us all feel better Carla Suarez Navarro’s French Open career is over, but she didn’t go quietly Rafa, Novak off and running Rublev & Auger-Aliassime out in a bad day for The Movement Barty's injury concerns Brady explains her split from c…
 
As the Paris curfew came into effect, day two of Roland Garros ended in a silence which reflected the sad and somber mood after Naomi Osaka’s withdrawal. On the podcast, we begin by talking about that, wishing Osaka well, and wondering how it all came to this. Turning our attention to the tennis, we discuss the lovely vibes between Iga Swiatek and …
 
In today's show, Stuart welcomes back Krista Scott-Dixon from Precision Nutrition. They discuss public speaking, self-acceptance, getting coached as a coach, firing clients, mental health and managing overwhelm. Timestamps are below! Timestamps: [02.15] - Tips on public speaking. [11.25] - What Krista was like as a child. [15.25] - The challenge of…
 
The Guilty FeministPresented by Deborah Frances-White and Alison Spittle Episode 256: Questioning Everything with special guest MiMi Aye and music from Ayanna Witter-Johnson Recorded 4 May 2021 via Zoom. Released 31 May 2021. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. Photo by Callum Baker. https://callumbakerphoto.com Ge…
 
A lot happened on the opening day of Roland Garros 2021, but it was still a day where the headlines were dominated by Naomi Osaka. We discuss Osaka’s victory over Patricia Maria Tig, her on court interview, and the joint statement released by the Grand Slams warning that she could face expulsion if her media boycott continues. Was such an escalatio…
 
The draws are out, most of the top players have spoken to the media, and the opening day of Roland Garros 2021 is almost here. We discuss the significance of Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer all being in the same half of the draw, the pressure on Stefanos Tsitsipas to reach the final, the mouthwatering first-round clash between Alexan…
 
When Jim Courier beat Andre Agassi in the 1991 French Open final, it wasn’t just his first Grand Slam title, it wasn’t just a win which would set him on his way to dominating the sport for the next two years, it was also a sweet moment of retribution against an old roommate from the Nick Bollettieri Academy who had been tipped for greatness ahead o…
 
In today's episode, Stuart welcomes Graham Hurst. Graham, @graphicforcoaches, is a former police officer and online coach turned designer. He creates thumb-stopping, highly engaging social media images for the country's top coaches and PT's. As this is an episode on how I use social media, they spend the majority of their time talking about using s…
 
With Roland Garros around the corner, Catherine, David and Matt discuss the biggest stories from last week’s tune-up tournaments, including setbacks for Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Dominic Thiem in their preparation, a second career title for Coco Gauff, and victories for Stefanos Tsitsipas and Casper Ruud which underline their French Open c…
 
The Guilty FeministPresented by Deborah Frances-White and Susannah Fielding Episode 255: Authenticitywith special guest Pandora Sykes Recorded 11 May 2021 via Zoom. Released 24 May 2021. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. More about Deborah Frances-White http://deborahfrances-white.com https://twitter.com/DeborahF…
 
On a hot day in Houston, Texas in June 2014, Catherine Martinez had just spent the day with her children as well as her mother and sisters. She was clearing the air after some difficulty with her sons’ father, Russell Neal, and was looking forward to getting back on her feet and expanding her personal training business. But Catherine’s former lover…
 
In this episode of Tennis Re-Lived we venture back one hundred years to cover the remarkable career and life of tennis’ first superstar, Suzanne Lenglen, whose name now adorns the second show court at Roland Garros. We talk about her upbringing by an overbearing father, how the war both delayed her career and created a world which was ready for her…
 
Two young Silicon Valley entrepreneurs set out to rid the world of smoking with an incredible new product. The device stands to disrupt the tobacco industry and make them rich, until it falls into the wrong hands and lives are ruined. From classrooms to hospitals, boardrooms to the Oval Office, what can be done to protect teenagers and is it too la…
 
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