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The Goodwood Members’ Meeting is an epic weekend of motor racing founded by Lord March, which aims to recreate the atmosphere and camaraderie of the original BARC Members’ Meetings held at Goodwood throughout the 1950s and 1960s. As well as a full programme of racing, the Members’ Meeting features all kinds of cars from classic tin-tops and GTs, to motorcycles and open wheeled Formula 3 and F1 machines, offering visitors a friendly and intimate atmosphere with no crowds. A winning formula of ...
 
The Goodwood Members’ Meeting is a new style of motor racing event, conceived by Lord March to recreate the atmosphere and camaraderie of the original BARC Members’ Meetings held ‘in period’ at Goodwood through the 1950s and 1960s.Uniquely, as well as a full programme of racing, the Members’ Meeting offers visitors the chance to see demonstrations of racing cars never seen here in period.The 73rd Members’ Meeting in 2015 promises the spectacle of F1 cars from the 1970s, the biggest collectio ...
 
The Goodwood Road Racing Club is delighted to announce that the 74th Members’ Meeting will be held on the weekend of March 19-20, 2016, at Goodwood Motor Circuit. The Members’ Meeting was revived in 2014 for members of the GRRC to continue the tradition of the 71 club motor sport events held at Goodwood from 1949-66, and has, for the past two seasons, become the ‘must-attend’ opener for the historic motor racing season. Star names including Le Mans 24 Hours winners Jochen Mass Emanuele Pirro ...
 
Love sports? You'll love this then. Revealing interviews with inspiring athletes you don't often see on TV or hear on the radio. This podcast is all about profiling interesting men and women who smashing it without the fanfare and big pay cheques of the big mainstream sports. 'The Good Sports Podcast' offers an insight into the world of the modern sportsmen and women competing in the digital age. From runners and cyclists to climbers and footballers. Let's face it ... they're all good sports.
 
Will Ferrell reprises his role as Ron Burgundy in his brand new Ron Burgundy Podcast! Each episode has a different theme in which Ron engages in conversation with another notable person on the topic at hand. In true Ron Burgundy fashion, these conversations have a tendency to go off the rails, and we find out things about people we never knew we wanted to know. In season 2, Ron considers a run for President, continues to perform music, and blacks out at work. In Season 1, Ron addressed impor ...
 
From flying cars and 3D printed food, to the man who created a real life jet suit, Future Lab - The Podcast brings you the new technologies and science that are about to shape the world in unimaginable ways. Join curator Lucy Johnston as she meets the people tackling the biggest problems facing planet earth and pushing humanity to achieve things we’ve never seen before. These are the stories of the people taking ideas from the pages of science fiction and bringing them to life before our eye ...
 
This is a podcast From The Red House – the former home of Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears. I’m Lucy Walker – join me, colleagues, and other guests for a monthly chat about all things Britten and Pears, but also music, culture, heritage in general – and anything else that might come up.
 
What if you could try that new activity? What if you could start that new business? What might it look like for you to be a good enough parent or partner. So often automatic negative thought patterns completely shape what we believe we are or are not capable of. I will be speaking with all sorts of people to look at how they have overcome fear, imposter syndrome, perfectionism and of course feeling good enough. When we overcome this we can go on to do amazing things. It’s rarely talent, gift ...
 
Do you have fun at work? Lynne Parker spent years working in public relations and marketing and although she was good at it she wasn’t having fun. Then somebody told her that women weren’t funny and the rest is history. Lynne created Funny Women in 2002 and it’s grown to become the leading community for female comedy empowering thousands of women to have a voice, through performing, writing and creating content. The celebrated Funny Women Awards are the beating heart of the community and man ...
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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EPISODE 27 - TV BINGES & TEEN SELF CONTROL - Today's guest host Debbie joins us to give the spoiler alerts and humble opinions on our latest TV binges. Lucy tries to convince her mom to let her play more video games because she claims to have self control. We want to hear from you! Please send us your comments, questions, and of course, recipes... …
 
Lynne Parker talks content with media superstar Lucie Cave and ‘comedimum’ Sophie McCartney. Content is today’s media currency consumed from the minute we wake up, on the move, on the loo or wherever we have access to a screen. Whether we admit it or not, we are all content obsessed and some of us make a living creating it. Lucie is currently Chief…
 
Seaweed patties replacing beef burgers and robots doing regenerative farming: this week we’re looking at how we can produce food in sustainable ways. With Mark Kulsdom, founder of Dutch Weed Burger and Ben Scott-Robinson from the Small Robot Company. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
EPISODE 26 - IS THIS ART? - In todays episode, Kerri and Lucy discuss their very different opinions on what actually constitutes something as art. You didn't think they would agree did you? We want to hear from you! Please send us your comments, questions, and of course, recipes... we are hungry. https://www.kerripom.com/ https://www.instagram.com/…
 
3D printing is a technology that’s changing the world of manufacturing. It’s opening up new creative avenues in art and fashion. It’s accessible to individual hobbyists through to huge companies and the possibilities for how it can be used are limited only by our imaginations. We hear from Melissa Snover, whose company Nourished makes 3D-printed nu…
 
Lynne Parker discusses the art of storytelling for commercial and entertainment purposes with copywriter Rachael Amesbury and comedy performer Nikola McMurtrie. As the founder of copywriting collective, You Zig, I’ll Zag, Rachael makes her living telling stories and creating content for leading brands while Nikola tells her hilarious tales by makin…
 
How can we make meaningful change within motorsports, whether it’s in service of gender equality, or financial accessibility, or leading the way in the fight against climate change? What kind of forward momentum can we create when cutting edge new technology meets real human beings? Jamie Chadwick is 23 years old, and she’s already a development dr…
 
Tune in for a fascinating conversation about the background, creation, and ethos of the multi-media music piece BEAM: Everybody Can Stand in their Own Light. The remarkable creative team behind this work (Nadine Benjamin, lead artists/co-dramaturg, Darren Abrahams, co-dramaturg and trauma specialist, and Claire Shovelton, senior producer and photog…
 
Welcome to Episode 21 of QTR Time, a brand new podcast covering all things netball in the UK and beyond! On today's episode, we sum up all four matches from the 2021 Vitality Netball Superleague finals weekend, picking out all the key stats and player performances from every game. Our guest for this episode is Team Bath co-captain and sharpshooter …
 
EPISODE 25 - WHEN KIDS KNOW TOO MUCH - Join us on today's episode where we discuss the fact that Lucy knows way too much for her own good and it's probably her mom's fault. We also discuss botox and kids with credit cards and why Lucy thinks Kerri is still single. We want to hear from you! Please send us your comments, questions, and of course, rec…
 
How can we move people and things through cities, in a way that’s better for the environment and better for the people living there? The British designer Thomas Heatherwick, known for his version of the classic Routemaster bus, recently unveiled Airo. It’s an electric car that cleans the air around it. We also meet Ahti Heinla, co-founder of Starsh…
 
Show notes: Email: theseare3@gmail.com Instagram: these_arethethings Twitter: @TheseAreTheThi4 Murder At The Cottage Now TV and Sky Crime West Cork Podcast Audible https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/West-Cork-Audiobook/B079M4J86L?source_code=M2M30DFT1BkSH101514006V&ipRedirectOverride=true&gclid=Cj0KCQjw_dWGBhDAARIsAMcYuJxkZ7Lc1WMaByqpx2o7LfLkJsKHYRu1AgZo…
 
Welcome to Episode 20 of QTR Time, a brand new podcast covering all things netball in the UK and beyond! On today's episode, we recap all the games from Round 20 of the Vitality Netball Superleague, and reveal our games of the round and players of the round. Our guest for this episode is netball guru Tamsin Greenway, who we will be chatting to abou…
 
Lynne Parker reunites networking specialist Andy Lopata with his former comedy mentor Lucy Frederick, comedian, writer and actor. In 2013 Funny Women challenged a group of business men to perform live stand up for charity mentored by female comedians. Andy and Lucy’s partnership worked well and here they explore their experiences of mentorship in b…
 
What does it take to make a Mars mission go off without a hitch? Anita Sengupta grew up watching Dr Who and dreaming of becoming a pilot. She went on to forge a career as a rocket scientist and aerospace engineer. Her work has focused on developing parachute systems that can safely land equipment on Mars. Paul Meacham has also dedicated his profess…
 
Tansy Davies' new piece for string orchestra and percussion, 'Monolith: I Extend My Arms' will be premiered at Snape Maltings on 26 June 2021 (a Britten Pears Arts commission). Tune in for a conversation about this piece, and about other fascinating compositions - including Tansy's operas 'Between Worlds' and 'Cave', and the horn piece 'Yoik'. Plus…
 
Welcome to Episode 19 of QTR Time, a brand new podcast covering all things netball in the UK and beyond! On today's episode, we recap all the games from Round 19 of the Vitality Netball Superleague, and reveal our games of the round and players of the round. We touch on the inclusion of Leeds Rhinos in the Top Four following the news that their Rou…
 
Lynne Parker challenges her guests Lisa Goodchild, founder of Digilearning, and award-winning comedian and writer Charlie George to dig deep and reveal how their experiences have shaped them. Lisa used technology to escape her childhood of poverty and criminality and went into digital publishing working with global brands to become a top 100 entrep…
 
EPISODE 24 - WE FEEL SORRY FOR SPORTS PARENTS - In today's episode Lucy talks about how competitive our family is and how her Nana is a bit over the top with her ferocious game playing. Kerri discusses how happy she is that Lucy doesn't play sports anymore because watching her basketball team was extremely boring and she had to pretend that she car…
 
How can we understand our bodies in greater depth? How can we make better, faster and more efficient decisions and harness our physiological data in beneficial new ways? Gawain Morrison is developing empathic new technology to help athletes achieve incredible feats, transform road safety and create immersive experiences in the worlds of cinema, gam…
 
Welcome to Episode 18 of QTR Time, a brand new podcast covering all things netball in the UK and beyond! On today's episode, we take an in-depth look at the nailbiting contest between WPOB Magic and Southern Steel over in the ANZ Premiership, analysing our key takeaways from the contest and highlighting some of the crucial stats. Our guest for this…
 
What does it take to be the one who actually does the things others are calling ‘impossible’? Tom Mueller, known by friends and co-workers as ‘Rocket Man’, spent the last two decades building rocket engines at SpaceX - and he’s consistently defied cynics with his incredible achievements. But it wasn’t always easy. When things have gone wrong at Spa…
 
Welcome to Episode 17 of QTR Time, a brand new podcast covering all things netball in the UK and beyond! On today's episode, we recap all the games from the huge doubleheader Round 17/18 of the Vitality Netball Superleague, and reveal our games of the round and players of the round. We highlight some of the key netball news this week including Brit…
 
Lynne Parker discusses what does it mean to be ‘enterprising’ in today’s brave new world with Professor Lynne Cadenhead, visiting Professor in Governance & Enterprise at Edinburgh Napier University and chair of Women’s Enterprise Scotland, and comedy performer and producer, Natalie Allison. They have Scotland and enterprise in their DNA and know ho…
 
EPISODE 23 - CEMETERIES MAKE ME HAPPY - In today's episode Lucy expresses her pure delight in visiting the cemetery that her family owns. Kerri explains the great feeling of joy that she gets when she cleans out her freezer. The two talk about happiness and how it changes from generation to generation, but one thing will always remain the same, ice…
 
Why do we know so little about the ocean? In 2021, it’s still a largely untapped source of knowledge about the planet. Yet the survival of our planet depends on it. In this episode, we meet people using state of the art technology to save the ocean before it’s too late - including Oliver Steeds from Nekton, Yves Béhar from Fuseproject, and Fabien C…
 
Welcome to Episode 16 of QTR Time, a brand new podcast covering all things netball in the UK and beyond! On today's episode, we take an in-depth look at one of the biggest games of the SSN season so far: Firebirds vs Magpies. We analyse which players stood out and what this result could mean for the Pies this season, as well as taking a look at the…
 
With diversity and inclusion at the forefront of today’s progressive businesses and organisations, Lynne Parker talks to academic, writer and producer Justine Sless and comedian Rachel Creeger about how their ethnicity has informed their creative practice. Funny Women was created nearly 20 years ago because of the lack of visibility for women in co…
 
EPISODE 22 - GOTTA HAVE A FOOD ENABLER - On this week's episode we have special guest host Debbie LaGasca, who was Kerri's Food Enabler TV friend during Covid. The two discuss buying "fat dresses" and coping with Netflix during Quarantine. They give tips on the best shows to binge and best foods to eat. We want to hear from you! Please send us your…
 
There’s no doubt that the future of transport is autonomous. It’s a change that’s just around the corner, even if - for most of us - it’s hard to imagine. This episode seeks to understand just why we would want to replace human drivers with computers. Racing driver Lucas di Grassi explains how AI is revolutionising motorsport, and we meet a pioneer…
 
Show notes: Email: theseare3@gmail.com Instagram: these_arethethings Twitter: @TheseAreTheThi4 The Me You Don’t See Apple TV My Therapist Ghosted Me. https://open.spotify.com/show/3BxNO3Nxr3aWSaEAX2DjOm Happy Place https://open.spotify.com/show/1J6Ddy4dcXjFZDmWQs3Pu0 Motherland Netflix and BBC New York Times Sinead O’Connor https://www.nytimes.com/…
 
Welcome to another special bonus episode of QTR Time, a brand new podcast covering all things netball in the UK and beyond! We were honoured to be invited to attend the Leeds Rhinos inaugural event last week, along with a number of key stakeholders for the franchise. We were able to sit down and chat with several pivotal figures in the Leeds Rhinos…
 
Welcome to Episode 15 of QTR Time, a brand new podcast covering all things netball in the UK and beyond! On today's episode, we recap all the games from Round 16 of the Vitality Netball Superleague, and reveal our games of the round and players of the round. Our talking point for this episode is the conversation around criticism and honesty in netb…
 
Lynne Parker crosses the business and comedy divide and back again with her guests Claire Mason, CEO of Man Bites Dog and champion of small business and female entrepreneurship, and Vix Leyton, digital marketer, comedian and podcaster. Their experiences embody the art of effective communication from Claire creating the Gender SAY Gap movement to am…
 
EPISODE 21 - SUMMER LOVIN.... BIG TROUBLE - In today's episode, Kerri reveals the story about when her friend Chi Chi and she decided to take a very long taxi ride, well before Uber existed, to see some boys. Lucy talks about her distaste for bikinis and her love for David Bowie and the movie Labyrinth. We want to hear from you! Please send us your…
 
Why are humans so obsessed with the idea of flying? This episode seeks to understand the magnetic draw of human flight. Astronaut Tim Peake takes us on a journey from planet earth to outer space. Plus, we meet the man who designed a real, working jet suit, and the people attempting to create the Formula 1 of the skies by building electric flying ca…
 
Welcome to Episode 14 of QTR Time, a brand new podcast covering all things netball in the UK and beyond! On today's episode, we recap all the games from Round 15 of the Vitality Netball Superleague, and reveal our games of the round and players of the round. Our guest for this episode is the CEO, Director of Netball and Head Coach of London Pulse S…
 
With age comes wisdom and Lynne Parker talks to two ‘wise women’ - celebrated menopause expert and author, Maryon Stewart, and executive coach and comedy producer, Robin Golinski. How does laughter and humour help us through life’s changes? Is anything about the menopause funny?! With 28 books to her name Maryon’s knowledge about the natural manage…
 
EPISODE 20 - OUR DEEPEST DARKEST SECRETS - In today's episode, Kerri reveals some of her deepest darkest secrets from her past, including the time she got involved with the law in 6th grade. Lucy confesses to an email scandal. Kerri compares stalking in the 80's to how easy it is to do today. We want to hear from you! Please send us your comments, …
 
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