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With the Swim not Sink Leadership Podcast, your host James Nagle is on a mission to support first time leaders through what is the most challenging transition in any career. You will hear the insights and experiences of first time leaders, and those who support them, their bosses, HR leaders and head-hunters. So if you are a first time leader who wants a better understanding of what is required to be successful, to “swim not sink”, then this show is a must listen.
 
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Talking Flutes!

Jean-Paul Wright & Clare Southworth

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The #1 Flute Podcast Channel ‘Talking Flutes‘ where the recipe and ingredients are very simple. Take a leading flute player, author, golfer and Professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London (Clare Southworth) and mix with flute player, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Public Speaker and Managing Director of the world famous TJ flute brand (Jean-Paul Wright). Then speak with some of the world‘s leading flute players including Sir James Galway, Jasmine Choi, Denis Bouriakov, Paul Edmund-Davies, Ga ...
 
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Playing multi-phonics is so much fun and expands a musicians creativity levels many many times. In part two, Clare speaks once again with the fabulous flute player and teacher about her love for contemporary music and the stunning quarter tone flutes made by Eva Kingma. As a champion on contemporary flutes, Patricia speaks about what the Kingma Sty…
 
When her move to Diageo GB was announced, LinkedIn nearly collapsed with the volume of congratulatory messages. So 6 months on, who better to talk to about leadership transitions and what can be done to support those going through them than Ednah. A few highlights from our conversation which are relevant for any leader preparing to transition. •For…
 
Citizens’ Climate Radio host Peterson Toscano speaks with public theologian Jayme R. Reaves and public health expert Dr. Natasha DeJarnett. Jayme R. Reaves is the director of academic development at Sarum College in Salisbury, England. She teaches in areas such as biblical studies, and feminist and liberation theology. Jayme discusses the roles tha…
 
"What is the French style of flute playing?" A enlightening podcast with the wonderful Paris based flute player and teacher at the prestigious The École Normale de Musique Patricia Nagle. In Part 1, they look at the various schools of flute playing and how the 'French School' still influences flute playing around the world today. Patricia perfected…
 
We've been starved of live music for so long! Playing with 'Soft Machine' at Ronnie Scotts with an audience was such a joy! This week on 'Talking Flutes Extra' Jean-Paul speaks with London based multi-instrumentalist and composer Theo Travis. Over poached eggs in a delightful London Cafe, Theo speaks about playing live to stadium audiences compared…
 
Being on the Simpsons, the importance of positive messaging, dealing with online trolls and the priority of looking after your physical and mental wellbeing. This week Jean-Paul talks with flute player and social media influencer Ariana Piknjač about her journey from Australia to Serbia when she was 15 years old and her rise to social media stardom…
 
In Ireland, Feargal needs no introduction. In August he led Tyrone to the All-Ireland football championship in his first year as coach, the first time in 14 years and for only the fourth time in history. For listeners outside Ireland, his story is equally remarkable and relevant. To put it in context, in sporting terms his achievement as manager is…
 
Exploring the beautiful AyaTune albums and the beneficial effect this music can have. Not only when 'healing' is needed, but also in our everyday life. This week Jean-Paul speaks with flute player, musician and serial entrepreneur Andrea Fisher about her life in music, her famous 'FluterScooter' brand, and her love for meditation and healing. Talki…
 
How to circular breath, B footjoint or C and what would you be if not a flute player? In 'Talking Flutes' this week, Clare and Jean-Paul finish off the many listener questions that were sent in over the summer with some advice and personal preferences on some of the more light-hearted emails received. 'Talking Flutes' and 'Talking Flutes Extra' are…
 
Kathy Baughman McLeod, SVP, Atlantic Council & Director, Adrienne Arsht - Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center reveals the many risks that come with extreme heat. She also provides multiple solutions, including innovative ways to use insurance to change the way we build and respond to extreme weather.Kathy Baughman McLeod leads the Center’s wor…
 
When you eat well and exercise, your flute playing comes alive! In 'Talking Flutes Extra' this week, Jean-Paul speaks with flute player and food blogger Katharine Carter about how a well balanced and structured diet makes for a happy individual! Katharine also gives some quick and handy recipes for the busy musician! 'Talking Flutes' and 'Talking F…
 
Why are old French flutes so expensive? Inbreath and outbreath should be a seamless action for flute players. In 'Talking Flutes' this week, Jean-Paul is once again back down at Clare's home in Hove to answer more of the many questions which have been sent in by listeners over the summer. 'Talking Flutes' and 'Talking Flutes Extra' are podcast prod…
 
"We need to develop awareness of how we physically play our instrument otherwise we'll not reach our potential" In 'Talking Flutes Extra' this week, Jean-Paul speaks with flute player and teacher Niall O'Riordan about his passionate methodology for getting musicians to reach their potential. Niall is a certified Feldenkrais Method awareness through…
 
'Balance - Rhythm - Timing' - the correlation with playing the flute and playing golf! It's important to keep those imaginary blinkers on to focus on ourselves rather than on others! In 'Talking Flutes' this week, Clare and Jean-Paul answer more listeners questions which have been sent in. 'Talking Flutes' and 'Talking Flutes Extra' are podcast pro…
 
How does an American Hindu approach the climate crisis? What ancient values and teachings apply to modern life in America today? And how does this relate to LGBTQ issues and public health? Hari Venkatachalam connects his faith, work, heritage, and even his sexual orientation to living in a climate-changed world.In the episode Hari reveals how extre…
 
Do scientists at CERN get drunk and let their hair down? This week on 'Talking Flutes Extra' Jean-Paul is speaking to Scientist, physicist, composer, flute player and Cambridge based lecturer Dr Domenico Vicinanza. In a data driven world, Dr Vincinanza uses date created from scientific experimentation to create beautiful compositions to make the un…
 
"You were the 'Spice Girls' of the flute world back then!" In Episode 180, Clare and Jean-Paul answer some of the many questions that you've been sending in over the summer. Such as "What is the best venue you've played in and why?" and tips on how to cope with struggling when being recorded! 'Talking Flutes' and 'Talking Flutes Extra' are podcast …
 
De Valera’s return from the United States saw a disagreement over the conduct of the War of Independence. He believed that the ambushes and assassinations were mere “pinpricks” and that to bring the British to the negotiating table they would need large propaganda spectacles. Months of planning eventually led to the attack on the Custom House; seen…
 
Beautiful flute recordings of 'In Ireland' by Hamilton Harty, Donizetti Sonata in C and Daniel Wood's Valse Caprice. This week, Clare looks at three of her own wonderful recordings which she feels a real connection to. 'Talking Flutes' and 'Talking Flutes Extra' are podcast productions by the TJ flute Company. For more information visit www.trevorj…
 
Chantal Bilodeau tells us about Climate Change Theatre Action (CCTA) 2021. Founded in 2015, CCTA is a worldwide series of readings and performances of short climate change plays presented biennially to coincide with the United Nations COP meetings. CCTA was originally founded by Elaine Ávila, Chantal Bilodeau, Roberta Levitow, and Caridad Svich fol…
 
"We need to reframe what a mistake actually is!" In this 4th week of 5 where we are looking back through our podcast archive, three pods were very popular with download stats. We start with the Paul Edmund Davies a very special musician, soloist, author, teacher, educator, wine and champagne connoisseur and seriously nice guy. So here’s an excerpt …
 
Understand the composers narrative and your performance will come alive! In this 'look-back' podcast, Clare takes a look at the beautiful 'Sonate en Concert' by the prolific composer Jean-Michel Damase and two movements, the 'Rondeau' and the 'Aria' from the beautiful and haunting flute piece Suite Antique by John Rutter Of the ‘Sonate en Concert’ …
 
When you break open your old mindset, you'll find anything is possible. Part 2 of the 5 week 'Summer' looking back though our podcast archives. This week we are back to a podcast #106 recorded in March 2020 where Jean-Paul talks to NY based electric flutist and author Melissa Keeling about the unique 'Glissando' flute headjoint and the new tutor bo…
 
'Burn-out'. The signs to look for in yourself and others, and what you can do as musicians to alleviate the effects of the downward slope. This week, and for the next 5, instead of taking the usual summer break, we are looking back over some of our favourite podcasts from a while back. This week Dr Roelof Joe Stammeijer talks with Clare about a sub…
 
"Why you and your actions define you and your flute playing" In the final part of your questions answered pt 4, Clare and Jean-Paul speak about breathing for relaxation and motivation, why taking a summer break is good for your flute playing and creating a 'Mood Board' of melodies is a positive way to utilise your warm-ups with how you are feeling.…
 
Geraldo Cadava is the author of The Hispanic Republican: The Shaping of An American Political Identity, from Nixon to Trump published by Ecco. He chatted with Citizens Climate Radio about the long history of Hispanics and the Republican party. He reveals what is often misunderstood about the political diversity of Latinos in America. The most asked…
 
"Flutist, Flautist, Flute player?" The name really does matter to some! This week on "Your flute questions answered part 3" Clare and Jean-Paul look at Clare's favourite recording of her playing 'Valse Caprice" by Daniel S. Wood and look at the pros and cons of listening to recordings of pieces you're playing. 'Talking Flutes' and 'Talking Flutes E…
 
"My parents want me to study an academic subject and I want to study music performance, what can I do?" This week on 'Talking Flutes', Clare and Jean-Paul answer more questions which you have been sending in. From growing your Instagram account to should I study a non musical subject at University? 'Talking Flutes' and 'Talking Flutes Extra' are po…
 
De-Ge-De-Ge or Te-Ke-Te-Ke or Du-Gu-Du-Gu or Tu-Ku-Tu-Ku what is the right way to double tongue? Part 1 or 4 - In 'Talking Flutes' this week, Clare and Jean-Paul begin the process of answering all the flute playing questions that you've been sending in. "How do you double and triple tongue may seem an easy question to those who can do it but to you…
 
"Circular breathing is a good warm up!" "We all look at sound in a very unique way. To some visual people colours work, but to me, it's about vocal sounds..." This week on 'Talking Flutes Extra' Jean-Paul speaks with the brilliant Spanish flute player Frederic Sanchez about his passion for teaching and his journey to help other flute players "find …
 
'Embarkation - The resilience of humanity amid Covid-19' So this week and with modern technology continuing to be at the forefront (We in the UK still can’t travel to the USA due to covid restrictions) I managed to catch up with Latin Grammy and Emmy winning composer, musician and polymath Jose Valentino at his home in Florida a couple of days ago …
 
This episode is designed to help you improve your climate communication and outreach. Amanda Ripley, author of the new book, High Conflict—Why We Get Trapped and How to Get Out, explains how easy it is to fall into the high conflict trap. She provides insights about how to avoid these traps, and how to hear, truly hear, what an opponent is saying. …
 
With companies reviewing their work policies, not just working from home but also international moves, it´s a good time to consider the merits of expat assignments. Who better to discuss this topic with than with Graham who is now in his 3rd role abroad? Graham is the Marketing and Innovation Director for East Africa Breweries, Diageo´s largest bee…
 
"We need stimulating studies and not ones that crush or demoralise you!" In 'Talking Flutes' this week, Clare speaks again with the fabulous Elizabeth Walker this time on the important subject of study books. In this hour long podcast they discuss many areas of flute studies for tone development, finger technique, articulation, sequences and take a…
 
"We need to cut the umbilical with those nerves and just let go when we improvise - now more than ever we need some fun in our lives" This week Jean-Paul revisits a podcast going back a little while when he caught up in the beautiful Santa Monica in Los Angeles with the then, new Emmy wining musicians José Valentino (flute) and Gualo (guitar). Sinc…
 
"I love taking a spark of an idea and being able to formulate a new instrument or changes to an existing one!" In 'Talking Flutes Extra' this week, Jean-Paul speaks with David Farley technical director at TJ flutes in London (U.K) about his last 30 years of working with musical instruments, and his dedication and commitment to learning from the gre…
 
2000 concerts, 2 million children and 12 years of musical Joy! In part 2 of her interview with Atarah Ben-Tovim M.B.E Clare asks about the fabulous Atarah's Band and how it came about. "Doing large scale kids concerts in big auditoriums wasn't an easy sell as a woman back in the 60's and 70's." Atarah also speaks about the use of the thumb Bb vs th…
 
As impacts of climate change affect the places where we live, conflicts and questions arise. This is what happened to Jacques Kenjio and his family in the costal city of Douala, Cameroon. Although a tribal chief provided them with legal documentation to occupy the land, the government forced them and hundreds of others to leave without providing an…
 
"If I'd had been a man, life with the flute would have been very different!" This week on 'Talking Flutes' in the first of a two part podcast Clare speaks with the enigmatic, colourful and tour de force that is Atarah Ben-Tovim M.B.E about being involved in the flute playing world for over 60 years. From breaking down barriers and being Principal F…
 
You only need 10 minutes to re-charge yourself! In a very different 'Talking Flutes Extra' this week, co-host Jean-Paul speaks about the importance for us to spend a little time each day resting the social media 'scrolling' finger. "We need to regularly reboot ourselves, to destress and find some peace. Meditation / Mindfulness / Creative Visualisa…
 
In a time where professionals change roles every 4 years on average and companies merge, get acquired and expand every day, there is a good chance you might become a boomerang employee. "Boomerang employee" refers to a person who is rehired by a former employer. Who better to discuss this topic with than an experienced general manager still in the …
 
"The importance of building up rather than knocking down in teaching!" This week on 'Talking Flutes', Clare speaks with the wonderful teacher, performer and founder and conductor of the 'Flutes Unlimited' flute choir and host of the 'Flutes du Soleil' summer flute course held in France Andrea Kuypers. During the podcast Andrea speaks about how she …
 
Whatever standard you are on your instrument we can all play jazz! Let's start by getting your flute out! This week on 'Talking Flutes Extra' Jean-Paul speaks with Jazz flute player, composer, author and recording engineer Nicola Rizzo from his home in Bari in southern Italy. During the podcast Nicola explains how we can all "break free" and get st…
 
Who better to have on the podcast than an experienced general manager transitioning to a new bigger role? This episode is a must listen for all leaders in transition, be it as a first-timer or as a veteran. It also served to remind me why I do what I do at Swim not Sink… Originally from Belgium, Stéphane can now be considered a global citizen havin…
 
"We live in a world of colour and music is no different!" "Colour creates interest and we can use this in a playing to turn a black and white performance in to a vibrant technicolour one!" In an enlightening 'Talking Flutes' podcast this week, Clare speaks about the wonderful creative area of our music making.Tonal colour. "All musicians have their…
 
As the government affairs coordinator at the National Audubon Society in Washington, DC. Tykee James has a special role—organizing bird walks with members of Congress and congressional staff! Birding has been important to him ever since he started as a teen in Philadelphia. Last year, after a racist incident against a Black birder in New York’s Cen…
 
Erhard was one of the key figures in the Reckitt Benckiser success story leading a huge transformation over his 27 years there. At RB he was famous for his simple, direct management style and his question “What is the number (for the month)?” which kept everyone focused on the business. Since 2006 he has not rested on his laurels. Just to mention a…
 
Writing beautiful ambient mediation music. This week Jean-Paul constructs a podcast from an Zoom catch-up conversation he had with London based multi-instrumentalist, composer and recording artist Theo Travis. Based around a beautiful and newly composed track that Theo sent Jean-Paul for upload on to his thehappyflutist.com website, they speak abou…
 
"The corporate world is in need of creative people like never before!" "We're inundated with the sense of artificial self growth. I think it's important that we go back to the chasis of who we are. The topography of our souls." This week on 'Talking Flutes" Clare speaks to the musical genius that is Christopher Caliendo. A prolific composer of film…
 
"With RoSaWay we become alive!"..."We sleep, eat and drink RoSaWay 24hrs a day!" This week on "Talking Flutes Extra' Jean-Paul speaks with Rachel and Stef, the flute playing, singing and drum duo combination called 'RoSaWay' who are making serious waves in the music world. "We were so close to having our music played on the 'Superbowl', had signed …
 
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