Daly 公開
[search 0]
もっと

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Everyone has those difficult blank moments sometimes. Whether in your personal life, career, relationship, or in a public situation, writer's block, social anxiety, imposter syndrome, being off-form or having an identity crisis can affect anyone at any time. It's part of the human condition and yet it can throw us off course and make us feel helpless. Giles Paley-Phillips and Jim Daly host an informal, insightful podcast in which they chat to well-known people from comedy, acting, writing, b ...
 
Andy Daly (Comedy Central's Review) and Matt Gourley (Superego) spent months sifting through podcast pilots to curate this collection of noteworthy efforts. Together they’ll bring you pilots submitted by a beloved cowboy poet, a satanist game show host and many more. All of these would-be podcasters have, oddly enough, taken advantage of the open door policy on Comedy Bang Bang, but there is so much more to discover about each and every one of them.
 
A podcast by a Surinamese photography & technology enthusiast laying bare some things that are on his mind. Hosted by Clay Daly the co-founder and co-host of Cybrcast. Can find more at http://CWDaly.com. Tune in to this infrequent, possibly rant laden solo (maybe a guest on occasion) podcast. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/through-my-lens-with-clay-daly/support
 
The Daly Dose Sports Podcast is a look at the world of sports through the eyes of sports writer Clint Daly. A former basketball coach and host of the Daly Dose radio show heard in Denver, CO. Clint will guide you through the latest sports news and give you his unique opinion on today’s top stories. Sarcastic, irreverent, and insightful, the Daly Dose Sports Podcast will inform and entertain you with every episode.
 
The Unscripted Podcast is HOSTED BY NELL DALY. Nationally Recognized PSYCHOTHERAPIST, TV COMMENTATOR and JOURNALIST NELL DALY answers questions about relationships, health, business and human motivation by giving CREDIBLE real-life advice and practical tips to the listener through DARING conversations with: celebs, writes, disruptors, comedians, doctors, feminists (for sure), the famous, the not so famous, the girl next door and your everyman. Filmed live from the Teachable Studios in NYC, y ...
 
Under The Radar blows your F**CKING MIND! Actually, it's a quick podcast every Friday showcasing some of the amazing musicians that make up Canada's thriving music scene. We talk about how the bands got their start, their influences, the music scene & industry in general, and basically just try to promote the sh!t out of talent. Me? I speaky words good at a Rock Station in Timmins, Ontario. For more info or to get in touch hit me up on twitter @DalyRy. Thanks for listening & be sure to subsc ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
This week as we hear the story of Jesus being baptized by John the Baptist from Luke’s gospel. This provides us with an opportunity to reflect on our own understanding of baptism. Jesus’ act of being baptized is the assurance of his commitment to partner with us, and is the invitation for us to participate in the work of God’s reign. There is also …
 
Coach John Wooden always has had so many lessons to teach anyone that wanted to listen. I'm listening, I can tell you that. He's reminding us as to what we can (and should) control in our lives. If there is ever a time to have this mindset - it is now. Not just because of the uncertain & crazy times that are going on, but more importantly - now is …
 
Fred Sirieix is a presenter, TV personality and maître d'hôtel, best known for his work on Channel 4's First Dates, BBC's Remarkable Places to Eat, Snackmasters and ITV's Gordon, Gino and Fred's Road Trip. We talked to Fred about his early experiences with food and making his way in the industry, going from training to be a chef to working front of…
 
Brexit is boring Mick and Clare to death, so much so that people think they may actually be dead because RTE covers nothing from Europe these days other than Brexit. However, it doesn't stop the two Irish MEP's discussing everything from the Balkans, to Iran, to human rights to the leaky water pipes in Dublin that Mick wasn't allowed fix.Oh, and of…
 
Starting off the week realizing it's all about looking in the mirror and figuring out how we can be ourselves. Authenticity is one of the ways to beat being an imposter or a poser. We need to figure out some self-realization... what a great time to start figuring ourselves out - the time is now! Thanks for listening. Please take a few moments to su…
 
One of the best conversations to get you fired up about the new year. Jeremy Todd and I met 4 years ago at a live event with Sam Crowley. Jeremy hasn't looked back from that conference and he's doing so 5many great things today. But, like so many of us - it has not come easy. Jeremy shares some of his story here with us today from his newly publish…
 
This Sunday we focus primarily on the Gospel of John, chapter 1 verses 1-18. It is a tightly packed prologue that allows us to ponder Jesus as divine, but also one who came to live among us in human form. Similar to perhaps some childhood games you may have played growing up, you might get a ‘do over’ if you mistakenly did something—you’d ask for a…
 
First guest of the new year is none other than Joe Ferguson. Joe’s been on before and he’s got more lessons today for things that change in our lives, handing fear, having confidence, asking for help from those that care about you and he has some great advice for so many things that we all have to do in life. Coming out of 2020 with all that has ha…
 
Sian Harries is a writer, comedian and actress. Sian has written for both television and radio. She co-wrote both Greg Davies's Man Down for Channel 4 and 2018 sitcom, The Tourist Trap, starring Sally Phillips, for the BBC. Known by her closest friends as The Giggler, we spent almost the entire podcast laughing at everything from school plays, live…
 
A text from Gary Vee to start of 2021 caught my eye. It said, "You're 2021 plans will come true if you bring this same energy on March 26th & September 10th as you do on January 2nd! Don't let the calendar dictate your motivation, hope and conviction." This was something that I paraphrased in today's episode along with some other things, was import…
 
Such a powerful podcast here that I went on some fired-up thoughts about this topic today. One Word! One word about 2020 that describes the year for us and one word about 2021 that maybe we are looking for the new year. This was one of the more powerful shows for me personally for what today is for me. It started out with a quick errand to pick up …
 
Today’s readings from both Luke and Matthew's gospel speak of our ability to notice God in our midst. God is abundant, providing hints and revelations everywhere, but do we have senses to notice? If we can notice God in a Bethlehem baby, perhaps we can notice God in all things, and all things in God. Perhaps, if we train our senses to discover God’…
 
As we say goodbye to 2020 and hello to 2021, there are many things that we don't want to take with us into the new year, but it's a great idea to bring this one with you. Our attitude is the most important asset we can bring with us into this new year. It has such a connection to our everyday lives, and it's important to know that we need to work o…
 
As we look at the final Monday Motivation Game Plan for 2020, we all need to take this reminder that I found on Twitter from Denzel Washington about not self-rejecting here as we get ready for 2021. I think it's really important for us to not wait for other people to make 2021 better that 2020. First and foremost, it's up to us to do that for ourse…
 
This Sunday we come together to hear the story from so long ago. We will see Mary, riding a donkey, accompanied by Joseph, making their way to Bethlehem to be counted. It is here that they end up staying in the only place available to them, a stable where Jesus is born. Angels appear and summon the shepherds, who come with their offerings of sheep …
 
This conversation has been on my radar for a bit now as I've really been looking forward to learning some things about Jon Gordon's book, "The Garden". We've been having some great conversations about this classic book and not only did I want to learn a few things from his thoughts about the book, I wanted you to learn a few great lessons too. In t…
 
Charlotte Hawkins is our special guests for this Christmas eve episode! Charlotte is a television and radio presenter, newsreader and journalist, currently getting up at stupid o'clock to brighten our mornings on Good Morning Britain on ITV. She also hosts a show on Classic FM and talks to Giles and Jim about her love of Classical Music. She also d…
 
Wanted to get this out to start our wee off in a great direction - or whenver you listen to this, hopefully it will help. One of the books I'm currently reading is from John Maxwell - "What Sucessful People Know About Leadership". There were a few points I wanted to share with you about some of the Top Skills that help People Through Sustained Diff…
 
Naomi Wilkinson is a television presenter, actress and producer, best known for her work in children's televsion on Cbeebies and Channels 5's milkshake. We started our chat by talking to Naomi about her time working at Butlins as a a Red Coats and how that was in someways a launchpad for her career in presenting. She admits that being a presenter o…
 
This week we turn to Luke’s writing which is an account in two acts: the Gospel biography of Jesus and then the story of the early church–the “Jesus community." Whether you were a Jew or Gentile in those days, deciding to become a part of this illegal early Christian movement could bring punishment for your allegiance. Surely the message in both Lu…
 
Saw a quick post from Jon Gordon asking what we were grateful for in 2020. My first thought - along with many around the world - would be that I can wait for 2020 to be out of here!! But then I thought about it and I responded to his tweet that I was really thankful for my wife and kids. We got to spend a lot of time together. Family dinners came b…
 
Kevin Day is a national treasure and one of the Uk's most recognised and well known standup comedians and comedy writers. Kevin came to prominence in the British alternative comedy stand up scene of the late eighties and early nineties, and quickly was MCing The Comedy Store. He has gone on to tour extensively, play the Edinburgh Fringe almost ever…
 
Another story to start of our week (or whatever day you listen to this). John Maxwell, who I think is a great teacher, tells us about how important it is to encourage others so they might just take off later to greater things. Thanks for listening. Please take a few moments to subscribe & share this with someone, also leave a 5 Star rating on Apple…
 
“Look! A virgin will become pregnant and give birth to a son, And they will call him, Emmanuel (‘God with us').” (Mathew 1: 23 and Isaiah 7: 14) In both the Gospel of Matthew and Isaiah, a messenger appears as a sign from God, heralding a new era. In each passage, the words “do not be afraid” appear... offering a clue that the messenger–whether pro…
 
The great bastion of democracy, the European Union, claimed the recent elections in Venezuela were a fraud, even before they took place. Unlucky for them intrepid travellers Mick and Clare were two of four MEPs who bothered to journey to Caracas to observe proceedings for themselves.This is their account of what really went down in Venezuela.…
 
Found another great tweet from Lolly Daskal (@LollyDaskal) that gave us a few more things to think about how to Give to others. You know what? Each of these points we need more of in today's world for sure. I think you will find some incredible value with the list I share here that she tweeted out. Thanks for listening. Please take a few moments to…
 
A powerful tweet I saw this morning got me thinking differently about adversity. Thanks to Damon West (@damonwest7 on Twitter) who mentioned about the way we handle adversity today - it may be inspiring to someone else. Seeing that there is a lot of adversity for just about all of us in today's world, that means there could be a lot of inspirations…
 
Ian Rankin is a multi-award winning novelist and writer. Best known for his novels based in Edinburgh starring DI John Rebus and in more recent years DI Malcolm Fox, Ian Rankin has regularly contributed to BBC Arts Review and several documentaries for Channel 4 and BBC Four. We talked to Ian from his flat in Edinburgh and began by chatting about hi…
 
Some amazing and enlightening advice from John Maxwell that reminds us that anything we do every day, can be made important by us giving a great effort to whatever it is. There are some powerful reminders here that if we choose to give an uncommon effort to things, there are some magical things that can happen for us during most days in our lives. …
 
Picking up some powerful reminders that little investments in ourselves sure can make a difference. The key is to find these little things every day and to take them with us wherever we are going. Books, podcasts, videos, articles, etc., it's all out there & it sure will make a difference in how you view things. The more you invest in yourself, it …
 
I got a reminder of some important lessons the other day. It was a nice day walking through a cemetery to visit my father-in-law's grave site. A very emotional lesson-filled day for me. It was emotional just looking for the wreath that we bought to put at his gravesite, not to mention just being there. As we walked around looking for my wife's grea…
 
“Prepare the way...”“Change your hearts and lives, and trust this good news.” “Raise your voice... raise it; don’t be afraid” (Mark 1: 1-15 and Isaiah 40: 1-11) This Advent, we are looking to hear some comfort, some challenge and some good news. The prophet Isaiah and the four Gospel authors were writing in a time when people needed desperately to …
 
Emma Kennedy is a writer, comedian, actress and Lego guru. Originally trained as a solicitor, Emma moved into acting and live performance and then onto writing. Her books include The Tent, The Bucket and Me, which went on to be adapted in a BBC Series called The Kennedys. In 2012 Emma won Celebrity Masterchef. We started our conversation with Emma …
 
Jon Gordon is on a roll lately as he is coming out with some great new books, but he's ramping up his teachings too. I attended a free leadership workshop that he put on recently and even though I could not be there for the whole thing (as it was almost 5 hours long), it still made a HUGE impact on me. One of the many recent lessons he has shared h…
 
Mick believes Damien is attempting to cancel him - well, at the very least his stories of gratuitous sex.Meanwhile, Clare discusses "The Joy of Sex", her Fundamental Rights Report, the pleanary speech that made headlines across Spain and Catalunya, and being compared to a rapist by a far right headbanger.And Mick provides more background to the tro…
 
This week we hear Jesus’ parable of the “sheep and the goats” from Matthew‘s gospel. A parable reminding us of our role in caring for the vulnerable, for when we do we are implicitly caring for God. God feels the pain of the vulnerable and the joy of their restoration to wholeness The reminder today is straightforward, it seems to me. We will encou…
 
Love these quick hitters from John Maxwell - this one from his book "25 Ways to Win with People" and it comes at a time where we all need this reminder. Little notes (or texts even) of encouragement to others are needed so much today. And those notes last a long time too for people. Try it. Reach out to someone or more than one person & let them kn…
 
Had the pleasure to speak with a former student of mine who has so many great stories to share about kindness and learning about the different directions life can take. John Kotes is someone who has a good idea as to how important kindness is in life and what opportunities can come from it. The key for John is that when you help others to do more a…
 
Janet Devlin is a Northern Irish singer-songwriter who competed in the eighth series of X-Factor in 2011 where she finished in fifth place. Devlin's debut album was released in 2012 and her second studio album Confessional was released this year. Jane is incredibly open about her career in the music industry and all the ups and downs that has broug…
 
As we start off the holiday week here in the USA for Thanksgiving, I found this important reminder about a mindset that we want to carry with us always. Not cutting corners is something we all need to be reminded about, especially when we want things to happen quicker than they are happening. I know I needed this advice long ago when I was younger,…
 
This week is Jesus’ parable of the talents found in Matthew‘s gospel. It is about the ways we use our gifts and resources. The Master congratulates and rewards the business savvy of two servants, while punishing the servant who holds onto his allotment, fearful of risk-taking. There is no need to punish judgment, and perhaps the third servant doesn…
 
Loading …

クイックリファレンスガイド

Google login Twitter login Classic login