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Three northern blokes talk about middle-life and growing old disgracefully. Hosts David Eccles, Phil Birchenall and Andy Hall explore how confronting life head-on - with all the crap it throws your way - makes you stronger, old, bolder and, of course, that little bit wiser. Frank, fearless, funny. Talking Cod.
 
The Property Show podcast is presented by property journalist Louisa Fletcher and mortgage expert Andrew Montlake, to bring you a fun and down-to-earth look at all things property. Whether you’re buying, selling, renting, letting or need a mortgage, with their unbiased view of the housing market, there’s something for everyone. Lou and Monty will show you that property doesn’t need to be dull and boring but it can be interesting and fun. If you’re looking for a different take on property and ...
 
Human Leadership is full of science-backed and practical knowledge and insight, designed to help anyone who leads people unleash the human talent we need for the next era of work. Presented by Susanne Jacobs, an organizational behaviour and performance expert who's worked as part of senior leadership teams for over thirty years and conducted more than a decade of research into the neurobiological drivers of intrinsic motivation and trust, each episode will take leaders through what they'll n ...
 
United obsessive Daniel Harris revisits classic - and not so classic - United matches and discuss the build-up, the fallout, the atmosphere and the action. Send your memories and stories to unitedrewind@gmail.com or via @UnitedRewind on Twitter. Follow United Rewind on Twitter @UnitedRewind Follow Daniel on Twitter @DanielHarris See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Switching Lanes celebrates success stories from people who have made significant career changes during their working life – and offers advice to those who are starting out in a new career, looking for that next step, or wanting to develop existing skills. Aiming to empower people across all ages and backgrounds, especially those who are thinking about their future or current career prospects, Switching Lanes encourages listeners to keep learning, developing and pushing forward. We will delve ...
 
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Kevin and Kieran look into how things got a bit tasty on a recent Brazilian Super League Zoom call, find out why Premier League fans who have not been fully vaccinated could be barred from attending matches from October, and why three of Britain's most senior judges have ruled that Manchester City's secret legal battle with the Premier League can b…
 
We've had a year of unprecedented data usage since the start of the pandemic and the hybrid working model is here to stay. So fast, reliable broadband in every room has never been more important. And this week we announced that we’re the first major ISP in the UK to offer the award-winning Amazon eero 6 and eero Pro 6 routers to our Future Fibre cu…
 
In the final episode of Season One, Lou and Monty share an update on the cladding scandal and how latest developments may help 1000’s of flat owners, as well as taking a look at why mortgages are currently at rock bottom rates and why you don’t have to be moving home to take advantage of them. The Property Show will be taking a break over the summe…
 
Kevin and Kieran look into why Mike Ashley is likely to stay on as Newcastle owner for at least another season, why the Swindon takeover looks like it's happening, and why Derby County are not putting season tickets on sale. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter, - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football on Twitter …
 
When the pandemic hit, we were all affected in different ways. Some more than others. For Sophie Eccleston, it caused unemployment. She previously worked in customer service and is a full-time carer for her mum and grandma. And she was unsure what her next steps would be before she came across the Kickstart Scheme and found herself with two placeme…
 
Recorded on the eve of ‘that’ game… Lou looks at what’s next for the UK housing market now that the stamp duty holiday is over, and Monty talks through some of the surprising things that can negatively impact your credit score, and explains why your credit history is important even if you’re not moving any time soon. Got a mortgage problem or a pro…
 
The last year has been challenging for every one of us, for different reasons. Not least those who have been looking for a job. One such person is Angel Thomas who joined us thanks to the new Government Kickstart Scheme. Prior to the pandemic, Angel’s dream was centred around arts and performance. When Covid hit, she spent hours and hours searching…
 
Kevin and Kieran analyse whether clubs leave themselves a contingency for emergency January spending, look at the current situation around the ownership of Peterborough United's ground, and check out the finances of Huddersfield Town. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter, - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football o…
 
There’s not much we can say about this episode, other than if you’re interested in how far you can push your body, look no further than codmaster Andy Hall. After reaching the limits - physically and mentally - during the Iron Man triathlon he talks to Dave and Phil about the extremes of endurance he’s been building up to for a long time.…
 
Kevin and Kieran look at the latest situation with Sheffield Wednesday and player wages, analyse why Mike Ashley has extended Newcastle United's accounting date, and why Clem Morfuni and Axis Group have accused Lee Power of providing misinformation over the sale of Swindon Town. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @…
 
Kevin and Kieran look into whether the new IR35 legislation around will affect anyone in football, see if broadcasters can sponsor club shirts, and analyse how transfer fees for managers work. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @pof_pod Support The Price of F…
 
Kevin and Kieran look at why all 42 clubs in the Scottish Professional Football League are considering a proposal to increase the number of teams within the leagues, look at the Premier League's decision to provide defibrillators to 2,000 grassroots clubs, and speak to Niall Couper from The Dons Trust, owners of AFC Wimbledon, about Fair Game UK, a…
 
Lou shares the latest update on her own property search and talks about the difference between ‘offers over’ and ‘sealed bids’ as well as explaining what gazumping is all about, while Monty talks about Green Mortgages and how they work and who may benefit, together with his sharing his crop of the latest new products. Got a mortgage problem or a pr…
 
Christian Eriksen’s cardiac arrest on the pitch during a Euro match shocked the world of football. What happened to the Danish player is rare. However it certainly isn’t unheard of. Something similar happened to our colleague Emma Brennan in an equally dramatic setting: an operating theatre, only months after becoming a new mum. Thankfully, four ye…
 
Kevin and Kieran analyse the EFL's sanctions verdict for Derby County, which include 'interchangeable fixtures' for next season, and look at the status of the salary cap in Leagues One and Two. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @pof_pod Support The Price of …
 
With Dave peddling his way across Scotland, the Cod party is gate-crashed by esteemed TV global exec and author of Wake Up! Rise and Shine, Bo Stehmeier. Reflecting on Father’s Day, Bo, Phil, and Andy explore what fatherhood means to them and how the function of men in society is evolving.By Phil Birchenall, David Eccles, Andy Hall
 
Kevin and Kieran investigate why the organisers of the failed European Super League believe a modified version of the competition will still happen in the future, find out which SPFL clubs have taken out £25m worth of loans from the Scottish government, and look at why seven people have been charged with electoral offences over a missing £10.25m lo…
 
It’s Pride month 2021, and this week’s podcast guest is Kickstart Internal Communications Executive Cat Heathcote. Things have changed and we no longer label each other as just male or female – presenter Dominic Laurie talks to Cat about what it’s like to be non-binary, the journey to realising who you are and the value of support around you. From …
 
Kevin and Kieran look into why Jamie Vardy has bought a stake in US club Rochester Rhinos, why former US international Landon Donovan is joining Lincoln City as a strategic advisor, and why Spurs have paid back the £175 million loan they borrowed from the Bank of England last year. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter …
 
Lou and Monty chat about Lou’s upcoming house move, Lou explains how the new First Homes Scheme works and who may be able to benefit, and Monty explains what income protection is all about and why it’s so important as well as sharing his pick of the latest mortgage rates. Got a mortgage problem or a property dilemma? Drop Lou and Monty a line to he…
 
Kevin and Kieran look into the effect Cristiano Ronaldo has had on the share price of Coca Cola while at Euro 2020, find out why several National League clubs have lost their appeal against charges for failing to fulfil fixtures last season, and speak to football agent Tony Sharkey. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter…
 
June is Pride Month and this year we are talking about how we can be better allies, better friends and a better team. Our employee network, TalkPride, turns 3 this month and we’re proud of the community we have created. Todd Bennett founded TalkPride and works to promote LGBTQ+ awareness to the business and link TalkTalk with local and important ev…
 
Kevin and Kieran look into Norwich City's decision to ditch their shirt sponsor for next season, find out whether clubs treat their academies as profit generators, and see how realistic the player contracts are on Football Manager 21. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football on…
 
Kevin and Kieran analyse how much the clubs who signed up to the European Super League will pay in fines to the Premier League, look into how big a cut UEFA has made to the European Championship prize money, and speak to Rangers deputy chairman John Bennett about the club offering shares to fans. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kie…
 
The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) works to make the internet a safer place. Its vision is the global elimination of child sexual abuse imagery online. Working with partners worldwide – industry, charities, governments, law enforcement agencies and other hotlines – IWF is working to find a global solution and we spoke to CEO Susie Hargreaves about…
 
Kevin and Kieran look at why EFL boss Trevor Birch thinks Premier League parachute payments should be scrapped, analyse just how big Barcelona and Real Madrid's debts are, and find out more about training compensation packages. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football on Twitte…
 
Kevin and Kieran look into rumours of big compensation demands from clubs whose managers look likely to move elsewhere, analyse why a number of senior Sheffield Wednesday players are considering handing in their two-week notice, and find out why the organisers of the European Super League are taking UEFA and FIFA to court. Follow Kevin on Twitter -…
 
Two broadcasters meet for Volunteers Week: Ken Anton started volunteering for Hospital Radio in Dundee in 1976, while still at school. Now a trustee and secretary of Northern Air Hospital Radio in Manchester, Ken’s passion is still the same as it was 45 years ago. In his spare time, Ken is a bell ringer at his local church and has also published a …
 
Kevin and Kieran analyse why National League clubs have rejected a proposed vote of no confidence against the board and chairman, how clubs transfer money to each other, and how retro kits deals work. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @pof_pod Support The Pr…
 
Kevin and Kieran look into how digital Covid passports could work in the Premier League next season, analyse the latest goings-on at Football Index, the self-styled football stock market which went into administration a few weeks ago, and speak to Accrington Stanley owner Andy Holt. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter…
 
Susanne and Chloe discuss the power of really understanding an organisation’s ecosystem and the wider contextual system in which it operates; the interrelationship of all the components and what really drives success. This insight provides human leaders the knowledge to successfully lead the whole ecosystem of work. Buy the Little Book of Systems L…
 
Kevin and Kieran look into why Preston North End have ended their sponsorship deal with gambling company 32Red, and analyse how much income clubs receive from radio broadcasters. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @pof_pod Support The Price of Football on Pat…
 
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