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Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann of Answer Me This!, Pete Donaldson of The Football Ramble and Chris Skinner, producer of The Bugle, look back over the first decade of podcasting. They share their experiences, give advice on getting started and answer the most important question of all — can you make a living from podcasts? Hosted at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
It's been a decade since the release of Flags, the album that shot Brooke Fraser to international fame. In this 3-part podcast series, Brooke takes you behind the scenes of this seminal album to show you the good bits, the not so good bits & everything in between. Featuring interviews with the personnel and music industry team behind the album, this is your chance to hear never-before-told stories of a classic.
 
Dave and Joe have been friends for the better part of 10 years now. Though they consistently found themselves in different places in life, friendship and brotherhood remained between the two. Join them as they discuss struggles in their own lives, how they overcame obstacles, how God shaped them into the lives they lead now, and the exciting things that He is currently doing. People have asked "What is this podcast about?". There is no one answer for that as of right now. Both Dave and Joe w ...
 
A series of moments with me, Chef Tony Marciante. we own and operate "Chef Tony's Fresh Seafood Restaurant" in Bethesda, MD and have 30+ years in the restaurant trade. I know it's a tough game full of challenges, wins and moments in the middle. I'm just trying to help you survive, then THRIVE as I have had the honor to. Currently rated the #1 restaurant out of 270 places to eat in Bethesda, I've been blessed over the last 10 years...let me share some tips and tricks, stories and strategies & ...
 
Imagine overhearing a stimulating conversation that dispenses wisdom (not mere platitudes or clichés). That’s “10 Lessons It Took Me 50 Years to Learn” an international podcast imparting insight about business, life and career to an international audience of rising leaders. Don’t think of wisdom as something you get via epiphany or even a couple years of graduate school. No, it’s something you accumulate day by day—action by action over the course of a lifetime Lessons from some of the world ...
 
I'm still in love, still learning and still locked into this wonderful and weird life of radio that I've managed to blag for so long... how else can I celebrate 10 years in radio? By being in a studio, in front of a mic, talking about radio. There is no place I'd rather be. It's time to give back; 10 episodes - 10 things I love about radio and 10 of radio's biggest stars joining me every week! Hope you enjoy...
 
2000, 2001 -- The Years That Forever Changed NASCAR is a 10-episode documentary podcast series that takes listeners inside two of the most difficult seasons NASCAR has ever faced. You'll be introduced to five drivers whose fatal accidents forever changed the sport, and its stance on safety. We'll remember the 2001 Daytona 500, the controversies that raged before and after that momentous event and its legacy 20 years later.
 
The Spanishland School Podcast is a Spanish Learning Podcast designed to teach you Spanish in 10 minutes or less. This Spanish Podcast is targeted towards Intermediate and Advanced Spanish students as it is primarily spoken in clear, Latin American Spanish from our “profesora principal” Andrea Alger. Andrea is a native Spanish teacher from Colombia with a specialization in linguistics and has many years of experience teaching Spanish to students of all ages. Each episode is structured in a w ...
 
Men and women deal with life, it’s trials, transitions and triumphs, differently. Over the years of being on the radio with FamilyLife Today I had the privilege to talk about many of these common seasons of a woman’s life with our huge listening audience. We’ve pulled the best of the best for you to download and listen according to your need of the moment. I hope you will listen, pass them on to others and be encouraged by these conversations!
 
Charles Spurgeon was a British Particular Baptist preacher who remains highly influential among Christians of different denominations, among whom he is still known as the “Prince of Preachers”. In his lifetime, Spurgeon preached to around 10,000,000 people, often up to 10 times each week at different places. He was the pastor of the congregation of the New Park Street Chapel (later the Metropolitan Tabernacle) in London for 38 years.Spurgeon was a prolific author of many types of works. His ...
 
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"I had no idea that was a Good-bot, and not a Dick-bot, because they weren't wearing jerseys" Recharge your energon and get fired up because it's a giant robot fighting movie that is an assault on your sense. Listen as we break down the amazing cast (and what they are doing there), Tyrese the liar, the future of the Transformers franchise, Shia The…
 
Vikas Tiku explains why you should "listen more than you speak", why once you've made a decision you shouldn't second guess" and that "your career highlights will never make it to your tombstone" along with seven other great lessons. Hosted by Siebe Van Der Zee. About Vikas Tiku Vikas has over 30 years of experience with large, global businesses in…
 
¿Cuál es la diferencia entre Apenas, Justo, Sólo y Acabar de? Pues, eso es lo que te vamos a enseñar hoy. Cada una de ellas se usa en contextos muy específicos. Si quieres decir: “I just want to apologize” debes decir: “Yo SÓLO quiero disculparme.” Pero si dices: “I just got here” debes decir: “Yo ACABO DE llegar aquí”. Y si dices: “I am just getti…
 
¿Cómo se dice There will be 20 people at the meeting? ¿Se dice SERÁ 20 personas o ESTARÁ 20 personas en la reunión? Pues, ninguna de estas opciones es correcta. Debes decir HABRÁ 20 personas. Hoy hablaremos sobre la diferencia entre ESTARÁ y HABRÁ. Así mismo, aprenderemos sobre unos usos cotidianos pero poco enseñados de estas dos palabras. Recuerd…
 
"Yes or no: Is Steve Rogers a virgin?" It's been a decade since the last solo MCU film before the Avengers, and the Star-Spangled Man With A Plan jumped into our lives, shield first. Listen as we break down the dogfight for Best Supporting Character, 40s fashion, accidental cyanide, Hugo Weaving's lack of romantic comedy roles and his prominent che…
 
Jim Longley tells us how to use "The ten-year rule", how "Life is not fair, but don’t just ‘suck it up’" and why "A life of service is the only life worth living" plus more. Hosted by Jeffery Wang About Jim Longley Jim Longley is a company Director, while also doing consulting work and mentoring, following a wide-ranging career. This included 18 ye…
 
Hay 4 tipos de subjuntivo, el subjuntivo presente, el presente perfecto, el imperfecto y el pluscuamperfecto. Hoy vamos a traducir frases y a ver qué tan bien manejas cada uno de ellos. Si quieres decir: “I want you to help” me debes usar el subjuntivo presente y decir: “Quiero que me AYUDES.” Pero si quieres decir: “I would like you to help me” de…
 
¿Cuántas expresiones conoces con el verbo QUEDAR? Pues, hoy vamos a aprender 5. Vas a quedar con la boca abierta después de aprender estas 5 expresiones. Y espero que todas ellas te queden bien claras. Si quieres aprender más sobre el verbo quedar y sus diferentes usos puedes escuchar los episodios 11 y 191. ¡No te quedes solo con este episodio! Ve…
 
Jeremy Richman shares why "People don’t have to like you to respect you", why you should "Let a good cause find you and embrace it" and "What you say may not be what they hear" among his 10 Lessons. Hosted by Robert Hossary About Jeremy Richman For more than 20 years Jeremy has been helping clients to go to market with powerful messages, branding a…
 
¿Sabías que “encontrarse a” alguien es “to run into” someone, pero “encontrarse con” alguien es “to meet with” someone? Hoy hablaremos sobre estos dos verbos interesantes. Puedes decir: “Me encontré a mi ex novio” o “me topé con mi ex novio.” Y se puede decir: “me encontré con mi novio” o “me reuní con mi novio” o también: “quedé con él”. De todo e…
 
¿Cuál es la forma correcta de decir, “I don’t know if I have time”? “No sé si TENGO tiempo” o “no sé si TENGA tiempo.” Pues, las dos son posibles, pero es más correcto usar el subjuntivo. Algo clave que debes saber es que nunca usamos "si" con el subjuntivo presente. Solo lo usamos con la expresión, “No sé si…” Hoy aprenderás sobre el uso del subju…
 
"I cannot fully express my disappointment with almost every decision that was made" The road is Green Lantern is OVER! Revisiting fanboy heartbreak is the only way to celebrate 200 episodes of the decade-late movie show. Join us as we discuss EVERYTHING about Green Lantern, the emotional spectrum, Sinestro's backstory, popcorn seasoning, Hal Jordan…
 
¿Cuántas traducciones conoces para “how long”? La traducción más directa es “por cuánto tiempo…”, pero también puedes decir: “cuánto llevas…”, “hace cuánto…”, “cuánto hace qué...”, y otras formas más. ¿Desde cuándo aprendes español? ¿Desde hace cuánto has estado aprendiendo con Spanishland? Hoy vas a aprender frases muy útiles que se usan en la vid…
 
"This thing has a spaceship made out of alternating, shapeshifting cubes. I don't think he needs to worry about Crest". Filmmaking kids run afoul of a super sensitive alien in J.J. Abrams "Spielbergian" coming of age monster flick "Super 8". Join us as we discuss the relationship between Abrams and Spielberg, J.J. Abrams' filmography, the Mission I…
 
This week Steven Zylstra reminds us "Yes, Dad really was right", why there's "No need to go it alone" and 8 other lessons he has learned over 50 Years. Hosted by Siebe Van Der Zee. About Steven Zylstra Steven Zylstra has been the president and CEO of the Arizona Technology Council since 2007. He came into his position after serving as president and…
 
En el episodio de hoy vamos a hacer algunos ejercicios de traducción utilizando estas dos estructuras. El subjuntivo presente se usa para referirse al presente y al futuro, pero el subjuntivo presente perfecto se refiere al pasado reciente. Así que, si Pablo va a tener un examen mañana yo debo decir: “Espero que pases el examen.” Pero si Pablo tuvo…
 
It's Game Of The Year time! In our 2008 edition, Andrew gives a horror game some love (shocker), Steve spends too much time explaining that 4 comes after 3 but before 5, Rich has his pitch well and truly messed with, and Ben has his BLOODY WINDOW OPEN! Honestly Ben... The gang also discuss Banjo Kazooie Nuts N Bolts, and Ben reveals the 2009 game t…
 
"All these people who had their preexisting hatreds now just do it in a post-apocalyptic world, and they hate each other even more because they have powers" The mutants are back, but not back to the future as it's the swinging 60s and we are jump-starting the convoluted timeline in cinema history. Join us as we talk about the X-Men brand (and the d…
 
Matt Doherty explains the "Six Knows of Leadership", how "Forgiveness is how to free yourself" and why you should "Recruit Your Personal Board of Directors" among his 10Lessons. Hosted by Duff Watkins About Matt Doherty Matt Doherty played and coached basketball at the University of North Carolina. He started on the 1982 National Championship team …
 
Hoy hablaremos de los verbos “empeñar, empeñarse, desempeñarse, empañar, desempañar y apañar.” Todos ellos se parecen en su escritura pero son muy diferentes. “Empeñar” significa llevar algo de valor a un lugar para recibir dinero a cambio y luego devolverlo. “Empeñarse” es enfocarse en lograr algo, pero “desempeñarse” se refiere a qué tan bien alg…
 
"The lack of chunk nets handicapped this movie to a degree from which it could never recover from" Aliens have come to Earth to fuck around, and Aaron Eckhart is having absolutely none of it. Listen as we talk about about what we play for, Pert Plus, Aaron Eckhart's career, Saving Private Ryan, highly rated Madea episodes, military rankings, charac…
 
¿Sabías que hay 6 formas diferentes de usar la palabra WAY en español? Si te refieres a the way in how something is done puedes decir, “manera, modo o forma.” Pero si te refieres a un path entonces debes decir “camino.” También se usa en expresiones como this way (por aquí) o that way (por allá.) Así mismo, al decir algo como, “he is way taller” de…
 
Andrew Tyndale speaks with Jeffery Wang this week. Explaining his lessons of why you should "Find your tribe", the power of "Filling you heart with gratitude" and the benefit of "Playing the long game". About Andrew Tyndale Andrew has spent more than 35 years of investment banking and funds management, initially in the commercial space and, for the…
 
¿Cuántos usos del verbo IR conoces? ¡Hoy te enseñaremos 6! Recuerda que cuando vas de un lugar a otro (de A a B) puedes decir “IRSE DE” el punto A o “IRSE PARA” el punto B. Y siempre que digas cosas como: To go fishing, to go hiking, to go swimming, no vas a decir IR + GERUNDIO sino IR + A + INFINITIVO. Debes decir, “Ir a pescar, Ir a caminar e Ir …
 
"Here's the thing, I realized halfway through that, that I was REALLY taking a strip off the guy, but I was committed, I couldn't turn around and go back to Winnipeg, I had to keep going" The wolfpack is back, and everyone came out in droves to see them. the sequel to the smash hit that made A-list stars out of most of it's cast, we dive into the s…
 
El futuro simple en inglés es WILL + VERB y el futuro continuo es GOING TO + VERB. En inglés hay una diferencia entre estos dos, pero en español realmente no. Hoy te vamos a enseñar cómo usar cada uno de estos. Algo curioso es que en español no usamos el futuro simple para expresar algo que haremos inmediatamente, en vez de eso usamos el presente. …
 
¿Cuántas expresiones conoces que usen nombres de animales? ¡Hoy te vamos a enseñar 10 que puedes usar todos los días! ¿Sabes qué es “pagar el pato”? ¿Has escuchado la expresión “no sea gallina” o “por si las moscas”? “ No sea gallina” significa “don’t be a chicken” y “por si las moscas” es “just in case.” ¡Ve ya mismo a aprender estas expresiones! …
 
This week Duff speaks with Eddie Grobler. Eddie shares how "the answer is in your hands", why you shouldn't "Jerk the knee or shoot the mouth" and why "Your mindset matters...a lot" along with seven other great lessons. About Eddie Grobler In July 2019, Eddie established Commerce 2040. The main objective is to use Commerce 2040 as a “platform” for …
 
"I came out of the movie being so pro mer-MAIDS, but not that mer-MAID. The main one kinda sucks" Aye mateys! Avast yer ears, we be talkin' Pirates 'round these parts, savvy? After the wet fart ending of the Pirates trilogy, they got (most of) the band back together for a tale of fountains of youth, mermaids and swashbuckling. Listen as we talk abo…
 
Este episodio es para responder a una pregunta enviada por uno de nuestros oyentes. ¿Qué significa el verbo COBRAR? ¿Es “to Pay,” “to earn,” “to owe,” o “to charge”? COBRAR significa “To charge.” Hablamos de “cobrarle a alguien lo que nos debe,” “cobrar un monto específico por un servicio,” y “cobrar vida.” Recuerda que tenemos clases de grupo de 3…
 
"Much Dance '97 was a go-to, fuckin' JAM factory" We've never seen this thing, but apparently these movies were a slightly big deal with the kids. It's on the list, so we have to watch and review. Listen as we talk about "Take Part" taking over, dealing with siblings, old school internet, Grade 7 memories, Ma$e song titles, Dua Lipa, roller skating…
 
¿Sabías que hay una diferencia entre COMUNICAR y COMUNICARSE? Tú puedes COMUNICARLE ALGO A ALGUIEN o puedes COMUNICARTE CON ALGUIEN. Hoy vamos a ver varios ejemplos para entender muy bien cómo funcionan estos dos verbos. Podemos decir: “1. Yo le comuniqué a ella que la reunión era a las 8 o 2. Yo me comuniqué con ella y le dije que la reunión era a…
 
This week Siebe Van Der Zee speaks with Diana White. Diana has a wealth of experience and eagerly shares her 10 lessons with Siebe. Dianna tells us why we should "never let work politics...influence out work ethics", why we should " Be prepared to walk away..." and that "everyone has something to learn and to teach". About Diana White Diana White h…
 
Hemos hecho este episodio para responder a una de las preguntas enviadas por uno de nuestros oyentes. ¿Cuántos significados de “TO JOIN” conoces? Podemos decir Unirse, Sumarse, Registrarse, Inscribirse, Entrar, Meterse y más. Así que te explicaremos en qué contextos usar cada una de estas palabras. ¡Vamos a aprender! Recuerda que tenemos clases de …
 
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