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Best Collin Stewart podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Collin Stewart podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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We interview outbound sales leaders so that you can learn directly from the people on the front lines. Co-hosted by the best selling author of Predictable Revenue and early Salesforce employee, Aaron Ross and his co-founder/the CEO of Predictable Revenue, Collin Stewart. Our goal is to help our audience learn sales development, coaching, and prospecting best practices from people that are currently building or have built SDR teams.
 
Now in its forth consecutive season, LETTERS READ is the series of live events in which local artists interpret personal letters written by culturally vital individuals from various times and New Orleans communities and is an ongoing series presented by stationer Nancy Sharon Collins and Antenna.
 
On the Millionaire Founder Show, Host JV Crum III interviews Founders of Million-Dollar Companies on the lessons they learned from growing their companies and making their millions. Conscious Millionaire is a Movement, Media Network, and Training Company for entrepreneurs, coaches, and marketers. The show is based upon JV’s #1 selling book, “Conscious Millionaire: Grow Your Business by Making a Difference”. Inc Magazine named our Conscious Millionaire Show one of the Top 13 Business Podcasts ...
 
NY1’s Errol Louis has been interviewing powerful politicians and cultural icons for years, but it’s when the TV cameras are turned off that things really get interesting. From career highlights, to personal moments, to stories that have never been told, join Errol each week for intimate conversations with the people who are shaping the future of New York and beyond. Listen to "You Decide with Errol Louis" every Wednesday, wherever you listen to podcasts.
 
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This week the Sistine Chapel is unveiling ten tapestries by Raphael, to mark the 500th anniversary of the artist’s death and now, for the first time since the 16th century, visitors can see them as they were intended to be displayed. Anna Somers Cocks, founding editor of The Art Newspaper, reports on their significance. In light of controversial de…
 
Eleanor Catton, who in 2013 became the youngest writer to win the Booker Prize for her monumental novel The Luminaries, talks about her screenplay for the new film adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma, She tells Nikki Bedi why she thinks Emma is such a fascinatingly flawed heroine. After falling from favour in the last decade, the Rom-Com is on the reb…
 
Comedian David Mitchell discusses his West End debut playing William Shakespeare in Ben Elton’s stage adaptation of the BBC TV sitcom, Upstart Crow. The play, which also stars Gemma Whelan and Mark Heap, explores the realities of life for the man behind the drama as he attempts to resurrect his career and save London theatre form the puritans.Leadi…
 
Geeta Pendse presents Front Row from Leicester, home of the Leicester Comedy Festival, which is currently taking place in over ninety venues across the city. Comedians Eshaan Akbar and Ishi Khan talk about why Leicester is where they try out new material in Work in Progress shows. Geoff Rowe, who founded the festival 27 years ago, on what makes it …
 
MSNBC legal analyst Maya Wiley joins Errol to talk about her path to fighting for social justice, from a childhood steeped in civil rights to going to law school and working for the NAACP. She discussed her time serving as counsel for Mayor Bill de Blasio and her latest efforts to diversify and desegregate city schools. And she weighs in on why she…
 
Leopoldstadt is the area of Vienna where poor Jews lived, and the title of Tom Stoppard’s new play. It’s about a family who come from there but, cultured, clever, successful and assimilated, no longer live there when the play begins. It follows their story from 1899 to 1955, from fin de siècle optimism to the aftermath of the Holocaust. Talking to …
 
Playwright Sir Tom Stoppard discusses his new play, Leopoldstadt, in an extended interview.Leopoldstadt is the area of Vienna where poor Jews lived, and the title of Tom Stoppard’s new play. It’s about a family who come from there but, cultured, clever, successful and assimilated, no longer live there when the play begins. It follows their story fr…
 
This week, we celebrate our 4th anniversary, and head down the road with a man who certainly shouldn't be driving. He fought his way from community college, to a big time program, to being an NBA All-Star, seemingly using nothing but will, and determination. Unfortunately, he didn't seem to have the determination to not get arrested. His actions es…
 
A new exhibition 'Art Deco By The Sea' has opened at the Sainsbury Centre in Norwich, looking at the impact of the movement on the architecture as well as painting and fashion at British seaside towns. The Art Deco movement flourished on Britain’s coast through the boom and bust of the 20s and 30s, bringing a sense of glamour and opportunity to the…
 
As she completes her quintet of Agatha Christie adaptations with The Pale Horse, screenwriter Sarah Phelps discusses why Christie’s supernatural murder mystery attracted her attention when she was looking for a fifth work by the Queen of Crime to turn into television drama.We Will Walk - Art and Resistance in the American South is an exhibition of …
 
We look at the career of Kirk Douglas who has died at the age of 103. Not only was he a fine actor - and one of the last of the Hollywood Golden Age - he was also a fearless campaigner for social causes who tried to break through the restrictions imposed by the Hollywood system. American Dirt, a novel about a mother and son attempting to cross the …
 
On this edition of The Predictable Revenue Podcast, co-host Collin Stewart welcomes Kyle Van Pelt, VP of Operations at SimpleBills. Kyle has had a fascinating journey into tech leadership. Before joining SimpleBills, he was a human resources director, aircraft maintenance director, and mobility manager over the course of a 15 year career with the U…
 
In the finale of Front Row’s Risk season we’ll be debating the biggest creative risk takers as we reveal the Front Row Risk List – the 10 riskiest artworks of the 21st century. From putting your reputation on the line to putting yourself in physical danger - we look at the ways artists have used risk in their work., and ask is it always a good thin…
 
The Korean film Parasite is in the running for Best Picture, Director, and International Feature at the Oscars on Sunday. Critic Mark Eccleston reviews the tragicomedy, directed by Bong Joon Ho. It follows the collision of two Korean families from very different socio-economic backgrounds, and the unstoppable string of mishaps that lie in wait.As p…
 
Award-winning investigative journalist Andrea Bernstein tries to uncover the truth about who profits from the Trump administration on her podcast, “Trump, Inc.” Bernstein joins Errol Louis to talk about what she’s found and discusses her new book, “American Oligarchy,” which explores the rise of the Trump and Kushner families from their immigrant r…
 
This week, we find out about a man who lived his childhood dream, making it to the major leagues, and even on to his lifelong favorite team. His baseball career fizzled out, but after a couple bumps in the road, he pulls his life together, and even does good for the community. That is, until shocking, and horrifying charges are leveled against him,…
 
Tom Hanks talks about his new film, A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood, which is based on the true story of the popular American children's TV presenter Fred Rogers. For more than three decades Fred Rogers presented Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood , imparting words of wisdom tenderly, without condescension or skirting around difficult subjects, to ve…
 
Polish director Agnieszka Holland, best-known for her Oscar nominated feature films about the Holocaust, discusses her new film Mr Jones, starring James Norton as the Welsh journalist Gareth Jones. Jones exposed the truth about Stalin’s genocidal famine which killed millions in Ukraine in the early 1930s and his reporting of the story inspired Geor…
 
Guest commissioner Bryan Cogman takes the conn as Marc Bernardin (Carnival Row, Castle Rock) and Darren Franich (EW.com) join Clay and Ryan in drafting the films of the 50+ year Star Trek Franchise! Providing color commentary and halftime analysis are Dave Schilling and Adam B. Vary. Recorded at the Aero in Santa Monica…
 
Robert Pattinson talks to Samira about his new Oscar nominated film The Lighthouse, a gothic thriller in black and white from Robert Eggers (The Witch), in which Robert and Willem Dafoe play two lighthouse keepers who start to lose their sanity when a storm strands them on a remote island. Continuing Front Row's Risk season, two film-makers who hav…
 
On this edition of The Predictable Revenue Podcast, co-host Collin Stewart welcomes Fabien Pataud, Sales and Profit Coach at Pataud Consulting – Million Dollar Converter. Fabien is a tried-and-true salesperson and entrepreneur – before running his own company and consultancy he was a leader in the real estate and construction industries in Australi…
 
Director Melina Matsoukas talks about her first feature film Queen and Slim, which follows a black couple on a lackluster date pulled over for a minor traffic infraction. The situation escalates, with sudden and tragic results and the erstwhile couple decide to go on the run. Known primarily as a director of music videos for megastars like Beyoncé,…
 
Mara Gay, an editorial board member at the New York Times, joined Errol to analyze the 2020 presidential race and weigh in on the Times’ controversial decision to endorse two presidential candidates. She discussed what it’s like being part of an editorial board, covering New York State and city politics and issues like transit, affordable housing a…
 
Samira talks to Sir Patrick Stewart about what tempted him back to Star Trek to play Jean-Luc Picard for the first time in 18 years. Star Trek: Picard finds the legendary Starfleet officer in retirement but still deeply affected by the loss of Lieutenant Commander Data and the destruction of Romulus that ended his career. Stewart also discusses the…
 
This week, we try not to blink because we would miss this shooting hockey star, and his unraveling life. A Canadian kid, achieving his goal by making it all the way to the NHL, and serving as the resident goon, beating up anyone in his path. The problem is when you have a propensity for violence, and you mix it with a cocaine addiction, and an enor…
 
Martin Scorsese has the most Oscar nominations of any living director though he has only won once, for his 2006 film The Departed. Nominated again this year for The Irishman, he talks about the film’s themes of ageing, guilt and redemption – and about how it would feel to win. As part of our season looking at risk in the arts, we consider when risk…
 
In a career spanning half a century, Martin Scorsese has told stories about masculinity, music, violence, guilt and redemption – in films including Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Goodfellas, Casino and many more. Despite nine best director Oscar nominations in that time, Scorsese only has one win to his name, for The Departed. But that tally could rise …
 
The Pet Shop Boys talk about their highly anticipated new studio album Hotspot, which is released today. Hotspot is the duo’s final release with producer Stuart Price who ushered in a period of ‘electronic purism’ in their work. Recorded using a large amount of analogue equipment, Hotspot is a departure from the Pet Shop Boy’s recent hyper dance po…
 
As the BBC Three hit comedy Man Like Mobeen returns for a third series, its creator and star, Guz Khan, discusses the development of his on screen persona, Mobeen Deen, and why his show has something for everyone.Front Row's Risk Season continues with filmmaker Penny Woolcock and Richard Mantle, General Director of Opera North. Both have faced big …
 
On this edition of The Predictable Revenue Podcast, Collin and Co-Host Sarah Hicks, welcome Belal Betrawy, Community Founder at Bravado. Throughout the pod, Sarah and Belal talk about some things that don’t make sense within sales that Belal is still seeing today, and how to solve them. Highlights include: best practice is just common practice, cal…
 
Michael Palin remembers his friend and fellow Python, Terry Jones - writer, director, actor and historian - whose death at the age of 77 was announced today. Hugh Laurie discusses his new role in Armando Iannucci’s new TV comedy drama Avenue 5, which is set on a galactic cruise liner. When a mishap turns the eight-week pleasure jaunt among the star…
 
After a turbulent four years in office, David Dinkins was forced to wage a tough re-election fight against rival Rudy Giuliani. And, three decades after Dinkins first took office, Errol explores the former mayor’s legacy. IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Listen to Part 1 and Part 2. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE MINISERIES: Head to ny1.com/themakingofamosaic J…
 
It's taken 25 years and several false starts but Terry Gilliam has at last succeeded in bringing his version of Don Quixote to the big screen. The director discusses his jinxed project, now that he has completed The Man who Killed Don Quixote, which stars Adam Driver and Jonathan Pryce.Samantha Strauss, creator of the hit Australian teen drama seri…
 
This week, we check out the life of one of the richest, most successful athletes in the world. Unfortunately for world, and especially for the women in his life, he is an absolute jerk, in every sense of the word. From jealous rages, to controlling people with his money, and lashing out at home owner's association security guards, bouncers, jail gu…
 
Dev Patel talks about playing David Copperfield in Armando Iannucci’s retelling of Charles Dickens' classic ode to grit and perseverance, The Personal History of David Copperfield. This is a film for our cosmopolitan age with a diverse ensemble cast of actors from a range of ethnicities. Patel, star of Slumdog Millionaire, describes telling directo…
 
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