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This book is the second in Bennett’s four books about life in the Five Towns (the real life Potteries in Staffordshire). It tells the story of Hilda before her marriage to Edwin Clayhanger (from the first book). Bennett explores Hilda's ambition to make a career for herself, her coming of age and her working experiences as a shorthand clerk and keeper of a lodging house in London and Brighton. He also shows her intensifying relationship with the enigmatic George Cannon that ends in her disas ...
 
"The Roll-Call" is the sequel to the Clayhanger trilogy. This book concerns the young life of Clayhanger's stepson, George. George Edwin Cannon (he quickly dropped the surname Clayhanger), is an architect, in many ways representing the ambitions held by his stepfather, Edwin. However, he possesses an arrogance endowed by family wealth and Bennett examines with some aplomb the difficulty of bringing up children without spoiling them. George eventually joins the army and this is a fitting fina ...
 
The Cycling Podcast - daily insight and analysis of the Giro d'Italia, Vuelta a España and Classics. Join journalists Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe – and a few special guests along the way – as they podcast about the latest cycling news and the world of professional cycling. Expect a mix of insight and analysis as our three experienced journalists cover not just the big talking points but take you behind the scenes of professional cycling. Richard Moore is the author of Slay ...
 
This first of a trilogy of novels is a coming-of-age story set in the Midlands of Victorian England, following Edwin Clayhanger as he leaves school, takes over the family business, and falls in love.The books are set in Bennett's usual setting of "the 5 Towns", a thinly-disguised version of the six towns of "the Potteries" which amalgamated (at the time of which Bennett was writing) into the borough (and later city) of Stoke-on-Trent.In one of the earlier chapters in the book, Bennett writes ...
 
Share Politics is our flagship politics show. Each Sunday evening between 6 and 8 pm, our man in Westminster Colin Bloom pulls in guests of the highest quality. Colin is Director of Outreach in the Conservative Party, works in Westminster and every Sunday nights he opens his contacts book to gets people with influence to talk the topics of the day. You get the opportunity to ask questions live. Expect to hear Nathalie Bennett discussing the relevance of the Greens, Jeremy Corbyn on his Labou ...
 
Explore hundreds of lectures by scientists, historians, artists, entrepreneurs, and more through The Long Now Foundation's award-winning lecture series, curated and hosted by Long Now co-founder Stewart Brand (creator of the Whole Earth Catalog). Recorded live in San Francisco each month since 02003, past speakers include Brian Eno, Neil Gaiman, Sylvia Earle, Daniel Kahneman, Jennifer Pahlka, Steven Johnson, and many more. Watch video of these talks and learn more about our projects at Longn ...
 
Cedarville Stories podcast shares the stories of individuals who have been impacted from their experiences at Cedarville University, all for God's glory. Each week you’ll hear unique stories of how Cedarville’s mission of transforming lives through excellent education and intentional discipleship in submission to biblical authority is being lived out in the lives of faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends of the University. Listen in each Wednesday and be blessed by some of the amazing ...
 
Welcome to Wellness 2.0 Where Starvation Isn't Healthy! When it comes to most things in life, we welcome the latest advances in science. Could you imagine using the same phones we used in the 50 years ago? So isn’t it time to free yourself from obsolete and oppressive wellness theories from the 1960’s like calorie counting? You don’t have to go hungry or do complex math to live your best life. With the new science of SANE living, optimal wellness for everyone in your life is simpler than you ...
 
In this first collection of stories following the characters from the "Anne of Green Gables" series, we see 12 vignettes into the lives of the other inhabitants of Avonlea. The case of Ludovic Speed as mentioned in "Anne of the Island" is finally detailed, along with another appearance by Anne Shirley herself in "The Courting of Prissy Strong". We meet some old friends and many new ones from "The Island", in stories both sweet and poignant. An old lady finds happiness in being a "fairy godmo ...
 
Pursuing a life of freedom through a location independent digital agency. Danny Carlson lives in Bali and runs a digital agency that's served more than 870 businesses in 17 countries. He interviews other successful agency owners who've mastered not only business, but a lifestyle of time and location freedom while crafting top level physical and mental fitness.
 
Popular wisdom dictates that rappers wanna be ballers and ballers wanna be rappers — a maxim that holds true from country, to rock, to R&B. The worlds of music and sports are are connected from pump-up anthems to National Anthem (and everywhere in-between), and now they have a home: “Ballin Out,” where you’ll find the latest locker room freestyles, workout playlists, and whichever sports team Drake is repping now, courtesy of Billboard online editor Adelle Platon and associate editor Natalie ...
 
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"As long as I've been a good bike racer, I've had this problem." George Bennett has suffered from a long term health issue since the beginning of his career as a professional cyclist. Last winter he underwent surgery in attempt to correct it. He had a fantastic start to the season restart, winning Gran Piemonte and coming second to Jakob Fuglsang a…
 
Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are again joined by François Thomazeau to discuss the eighth stage of the Vuelta a España, which offered some more clues as to who is going to be the strongest over three weeks. If Primoz Roglic seemed to falter in recent days as Richard Carapaz took over the leader’s jersey the Slovenian struck back on the Alto de M…
 
Welcome to episode 184 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast. This week on the podcast, I invited several past guests to join me in honoring the life and photography of another former guest, Jack Curran. Jack passed away on September 24, 2020 and his black and white photography was an inspiration to many photographers; however, he was more t…
 
On today's show, Them Days magazine has been around to 47 years, but it needs new blood to keep it going. We hear from Postville Angajukĸâk Glen Sheppard who responds to Woodward Group of Companies. Hear what community stakeholders have to say after MHA Perry Trimper declined to resign amid requests from the Innu Nation. We ask teachers how they ar…
 
Infectious disease epidemiologist Dr. Syra Madad joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the second wave of Covid in Europe, its third spike in the U.S and how both could have been prevented. Then, former homelessness advisor to the British government, Dame Louise Casey breaks down why she thinks families now face destitution if they don’t get help. C…
 
The Vuelta a España resumed on Tuesday and Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and François Thomazeau discuss an exciting stage won by the Canadian Mike Woods of EF Pro Cycling. We also hear from Woods as he is driven from the finish to the team hotel, and he tells us how he managed to outfox Alejandro Valverde and his other breakaway companions. There's …
 
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Campaign finance and election law expert Trevor Potter joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss mail-in voting and the U.S Senate’s confirmation vote of Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett. Then, from courtroom battles to courtroom dramas, Oscar nominated actor Frank Langella talks about the Netflix film, “The Trial of the Chicago 7.” Joining Walte…
 
DeRay, Sam, Kaya, and De'Ara dive into recent overlooked news including the reality show “Live PD,” confiscation of IDs by jails, excessive voting lines, and Texas student failure rates. DeRay sits down with Quentin & Stefanie Brown-James, founders of The Collective PAC, to discuss building Black political power. Then, a quick check-in with Antwan …
 
On today's show, we find out what the personal care home in Mary's Harbour is doing for Halloween. We speak with Labrador's MHAs, including Perry Trimper who ask about his decision not to run again. We also speak with Natuashish Chief John Nui about vandalism happening in the community, and why he's asking parents to speak to their kids about it.…
 
In this, this instalment of the Grandest Tour Diaries, we hear the thoughts and reflections of our team on a thrilling edition of the pink race, as well as the reaction to the first six stages of the Vuelta a España. Thanks to Nathan Haas (Cofidis), Joe Dombrowski (UAE Team Emirates), Rick Zabel (Israel Start-Up Nation), James Knox (Deceuninck-Quic…
 
On today's show...a world of flavours across the Big Land! We hear about an online cooking show featuring newcomers living in Labrador. Every year, Expo Labrador gives people an opportunity to go check out and chat with various local businesses and companies. However, due to COVID 19, this year's expo will be different and we find out why. We also …
 
The Giro d’Italia concluded with the final time trial into Milan and an already simmering Vuelta a España bubbled into life in the freezing rain. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Lizzy Banks recap all the racing, starting with analysis of the time trial which gave Tao Geoghegan Hart overall victory in the Giro ahead of Jai Hindley. We also hear fro…
 
Richard and Lionel are joined by professional rider Lizzy Banks as they discuss stage 19 at the Giro d'Italia and stage 4 at the Vuelta a España, though the main talking points were in Italy, where the riders staged a protest over the length of the stage and ended up covering much of the distance in their team buses. We hear from our audio diarists…
 
The U.S presidential election could come down to a handful of states, one of them being Pennsylvania. Republican strategist Sarah Longwell and the state’s democratic lieutenant governor John Fetterman join Christiane Amanpour to discuss what’s at stake. Then, turning to the flare up of violence between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Armenian Minister of F…
 
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Oxford professor Alister McGrath recently joined Justin, Lucy and Ruth for a livestream to take listener questions on science and faith and to talk about his new memoir ’Through a Glass Darkly’. For 'Through a Glass Darkly': https://www.hachette.co.uk/titles/alister-mcgrath/through-a-glass-darkly/9781529327632/ USA listeners check out our new USA w…
 
On today's show... legend has it, he haunts the ice and snow around Black Tickle. Musician Richard Neville tells us about Ol' Smoker in episode two of "The Haunting Of..." series. Thousands of people have lost their jobs in this province since the pandemic began, and across the country, it's much the same. We hear from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau…
 
Very troubling developments in Nigeria are getting global attention from political heavyweights, football stars and musicians. Activist and renowned rapper Falz joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the situation on the ground. Then, spokesperson for the Republican National Convention Liz Harrington shares her take on the state of the U.S presidenti…
 
In this episode Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are again joined by François Thomazeau to review stage 18 of the Giro d'Italia, which tackled the legendary Stelvio before the finish at Laghi di Cancano. We discuss the World Jacket Putting-On Championships and Team Sunweb's tactics and ask why the mood in the camp might not be ecstatic tonight consi…
 
In this episode of Kilometre 0 we hear more from our diarists in the Giro d'Italia peloton. They are Nathan Haas (Cofidis), Joe Dombrowski (UAE Team Emirates), Rick Zabel (Israel Start-Up Nation), James Knox (Deceuninck-Quick-Step), Cesare Benedetti (Bora-hansgrohe), Jacopo Guarnieri (Groupama-FDJ). Kilometre 0 by The Cycling Podcast is supported b…
 
On today's show, Labrador is definitely rich in history and stories. We hear from a retired CBC journalist who got to report on those events and stories a few decades ago. The Nunatsiavut Government is having its first assembly in about six months, and it comes with a lot of concerns from some beneficiaries. We hear from the speaker of the assembly…
 
For the second day in a row there are three races in three countries to discuss. Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are joined by the star of our Tour de France coverage, François Thomazeau. In the first part we review stage 17 of the Giro d’Italia, where Aussie Ben O’Connor went one better than yesterday and took a vital victory for NTT Pro Cycling. …
 
In a truly momentous move for the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis has publicly endorsed same sex civil unions for the first time. James Martin, Jesuit priest and LGBTQ advocate, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the implications of this development. Then, author of "Vanguard" Martha S. Jones and trailblazing civil rights activist Xernona Cla…
 
Meet The Commissaire. In this episode of Life in the Peloton, Mitch Docker talks to one of the team of UCI officials who enforce the rules, dish out the penalties, and keep the peloton on the straight and narrow. Greg Griffiths is from Mitch's neck of the woods, in Melbourne, Australia, and every year he travels round the world working as a commiss…
 
49ers Noir contributor Mike Finn joins Sterling Bennett to react to Jimmy Garoppolo's bounce-back performance vs. Los Angeles Rams and why 49ers fans should be content with him at quarterback. Also, could Jason Verrett be pushing Richard Sherman out of San Francisco and where the Niners rank among the NFC's top seeds. Later, a Preview of Week 7 vs.…
 
Welcome to episode 183 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast. For the full show notes and a transcript, head to my blog. This week on the podcast, I had a wonderful conversation with a photographer that I have long admired from afar. Ben Williamson hails from the state of Maine and has amassed a fantastic collection of what he mostly describ…
 
On today's show, following yesterday's weekly chat with our MHAs, we received several comments from people frustrated by what they heard regarding some members of the transient population. We talk with one of those listeners on the show. She quit her job as a social worker after receiving threats, and her union says she is not the only social worke…
 
Making Disciples for Hard Places When Assistant Professor of Missions and Theology Dr. Matt Bennett was a kid, a missionary from the Middle East would visit his family’s church every couple of years. She was taking Bibles into places without the Scriptures, which he thought was amazing. “I prayed after those services, ‘Lord, I love what You’re doin…
 
With just two weeks left until the American election, activists Leah Greenberg and Lori Goldman join Christiane Amanpour to discuss a key demographic - suburban white women. Then, Walter Isaacson speaks to political theorist Danielle Allen about Harvard University’s coronavirus response and why she thinks rampant factionalism is a major roadblock t…
 
Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are joined by guest host and former Team Sky and Katusha-Alpecin professional Ian Boswell to discuss today's racing in three countries. It was a day to celebrate for Slovenia and one to commiserate for Jolien D’Hoore. We start in northern Spain, the Basque Country to be precise, where the Vuelta a España got underway…
 
DeRay, Kaya, Sam, and De'Ara dive into recent overlooked news including jail deaths, public school enrollment, Upper West Side NIMBYs, and pandemic poverty. DeRay sits down with pollster Terrance Woodbury to discuss representation in research, and why Trump is winning over Black men. Then, a quick check-in with Joyce Elliott, who is the House Democ…
 
On today's show, Labrador MHAs weigh in on issues in their regions. We talk with them about a variety of issues, including a video circulating on social media regarding the arrest of an Inuk man in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. The new LCOL at 5 wing has been on the job for close to two months now. We check in with him to see how things are going. We spe…
 
Oscar-winning documentary maker Alex Gibney and coronavirus whistleblower Rick Bright join Christiane Amanpour to discuss their film, “Totally Under Control,” which investigates how political opportunism cost thousands of lives. Then, former Charlie Hebdo writer and journalist Caroline Fourest explains why she thinks the killing of a school teacher…
 
Africa's premier cycling team has been around in various guises since 2007. Initially, as continental team MTN, which became pro-continental team MTN-Qhubeka, before joining the WorldTour as Dimension Data and now NTT. Gerald Ciolek took their first win at Milan Sanremo back in 2013. Shortly afterwards, the team was riding and winning stages at the…
 
On today's show, more memories of late Bart Jack Senior. Also, childcare is getting cheaper, but as we told you Friday, the people staffing day cares say they can barely afford to get by. We hear what those workers are facing. More family physicians wanted. The Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Association tells us why attracting doctors to Labrado…
 
In this episode we join Richard Moore and a good friend of the podcast in Belgium to review the Tour of Flanders, which featured a showdown between two riders whose rivalry began in cyclo-cross and are now destined to clash in the cobbled classics for years to come. Then it’s over to Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe to recap the first serious mounta…
 
As the coronavirus death toll climbs in the U.S, Andy Slavitt, who ran Medicare and Medicaid services under President Obama, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss what’s at stake this election. Then, journalist Robin Wright and photographer Gary Knight talk about their new project, “Imagine: Reflections on Peace.” Hari Sreenivasan speaks to Major Ge…
 
With Daniel serving a one podcast ban (not really) for defaming an entire nation’s pronunciation of the words ‘pasta’ and ‘risotto’ it’s left to Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Ian Boswell to recap the Giro d’Italia’s time trial to Valdobbiadene in Prosecco country. Ineos Grenadiers will have plenty of reason to pop the cork on a bottle of the fiz…
 
Amid the economic suffering caused by the pandemic, UCL Economics Professor Mariana Mazzucato tells Christiane Amanpour why she thinks the science is there for an inclusive recovery. Then, Monty Python alumnus and travel veteran Michael Palin looks back at his acting career. Michel Martin talks to former Evangelical pastor, Joel C. Hunter, about wh…
 
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