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The Podcast for Conductors and Students. On Podium Time we interview professional, established, and emerging conductors and teachers from orchestras, symphonies, ballets, operas, and bands around the globe. We dig into the weeds of score study, rehearsal, leadership, musicianship, education, classical and contemporary composers, and all the things that they don't teach us in school. Please visit https://PodiumTimePod.com to view show notes and all episodes.
 
Three men who dream of Olympic glory and have as much athletic prowess as a piece of cheese sit down (or stand up) and discuss the Olympics, bringing you daily updates, segments and attempted humour that would make even the most passionate Olympics fan in the world crack a wry smile. Well, at least we hope. If it doesn't then we'll gladly give you your money back.
 
The Podium: An NBC Olympics podcast. Join us for insider coverage during the 17 intense days of competition at the 2020 Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo. In the run-up to the opening ceremony, we’ll bring you deep into the stories and events that have defined the Olympics and those that will shape the Tokyo games, plus an intimate look into the unseen details that only the athletes themselves can tell.
 
Every Tuesday and Friday Morning, Michael "Big Chops" Mills, James "The Mic Dr" Lawhorn and Lamar "Matrix" Lovelace, bring what's happening in the world of sports. Football to Basketball, Baseball to Hockey, they have an opinion, from a fans point of view. Available on ITunes, Spotify, Google Podcast, and sites where podcast are found. Also, the host want to hear from you. For comments and suggestions, reach out to the hosts atThesportsPodiumPodcast@gmail.com.
 
In this bi-weekly podcast, Charlie Webster and James Morton chat to world-renowned athletes and respected experts in performance and nutrition to bring you the insights that make your favourite sports men and women, faster, stronger and fitter. Each episode will make use of Science in Sport’s paper to podium approach that consists of applying the latest scientific research to training regimes in order to fuel a winning performance. You’ll be able to put some olympic-athlete-worthy tips and t ...
 
Vanaf 17 januari kun je luisteren de Podium Witteman Podcast. Hierin duikt presentator Floris Kortie samen met zijn collega’s en tafelgasten elke week in de wereld van de klassieke muziek. Geen onderwerp wordt geschuwd: van podiumangst tot foute componisten, van historische opnames tot bloederige sterfscenes uit de operageschiedenis: alles is bespreekbaar! Luister elke week via je favoriete podcastapp of op nporadio4.nl
 
Voor acteurs, cabaretiers en muzikanten is het dagelijkse kost: op een podium staan voor een zaal vol publiek, recensenten, én verwachtingen. Maar eigenlijk is het een vreemd beroep, midden in de spotlights staan; bekeken en beoordeeld worden. Wat doet dat met je? In de podcastserie Podiumbeesten spreken we mensen voor wie het podium hun werkterrein is.
 
Welcome to "Making the Podium" - a fortnightly podcast for ambitious, bold & daring business owners, entrepreneurs and marketing professionals who want to be at the cutting edge of innovation in the sports, health & wellbeing industries. With over 25 years experience in the leisure industry, your host, Chris Sharman, Co-Founder and Chief Marketing Officer of Topodium Group, has been lucky enough to work with businesses across the globe developing innovative products and cutting edge brands f ...
 
Im Interview-Podcast von PODIUM Esslingen trifft Julian Stahl Künstler*innen und Expert*innen, Produzent*innen und Macher*innen und unterhält sich mit ihnen über die Zukunft (klassischer) Musik. Welche drängenden Zukunftsfragen beschäftigen sie gerade? Woher nehmen sie ihren Antrieb immer wieder nach Vorne zu schauen? Anregungen, Kritik, Themen- und Gästewünsche: podcast@podium-esslingen.de Der Podcast wird ermöglicht durch die freundliche Unterstützung der Stiftung Kunst und Kultur der Spa ...
 
NZZ-Po­di­um ist die Ver­an­stal­tungs­rei­he der Neu­en Zür­cher Zei­tung AG zu The­men un­se­rer Zeit. In Re­fe­ra­ten und an­schlies­sen­den Dis­kus­sio­nen wer­den Fra­gen und Her­aus­for­de­run­gen aus den Be­rei­chen Po­li­tik, Wirt­schaft, Kul­tur und Wis­sen­schaft er­ör­tert. Jour­na­lis­ten aus dem Hau­se NZZ kom­men mit Ex­per­ten in­ter­na­tio­na­ler Kom­pe­tenz zu­sam­men, um dem Pu­bli­kum aus nächs­ter Nähe Ein­blick in ihre Tä­tig­keit zu ge­ben. NZZ-Po­di­um setzt auf Qua­li ...
 
The key to life is being able to personally apply the advice you give to others. In this show, Jared Cohen, Alexandra Ellis, and guests discuss the struggles, philosophies, and evolving practices of coaching—being a coach, having a coach, and or any avenue of providing value for another individual that advances his or her life.Using the three EX’s as our guide: Experience, Experimentation, Example. Experience - What do you bring to the table both professionally and personally when interactin ...
 
Denise is the former Scotland National Coach for Netball, and the founder of the business Class Performance – Excellence Within. She has over 30 years of experience in performance sport as an athlete, selector, mentor, performance director, and, more recently, as a national coach. Her highlight was leading the Scottish Thistles, via 46 International CAPS from World Ranking 17th to 12th to qualify for the Commonwealth Games held in Glasgow 2014. This podcast series is for sportspeople, male a ...
 
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The Olympics conjure the image of single-mindedness, of an athlete's individual effort to improve, culminating in a medal whose ribbon only fits one. However, the Olympic pursuit is anything but. The reality is that those lofty goals are reached from atop a mountain of support and accomplishment from family, both blood and chosen. From the front st…
 
The NBA Finals continue, with Philly and Brooklyn, and big names like KD and Embiid missing out. The NCAA has the doors opened for NIL and how will they handle the transition. Is Matthew Stafford really a bad.....Shut yo' Mouth. These topics and more during this June 22, 2021 episode. "Welcome to the Show!"…
 
Former England Rugby Union Captain, Dylan Hartley, and leading expert on exercise recovery, Professor Glyn Howatson join Charlie Webster and Professor James Morton to discuss the importance of rest and recovery. Across the board, Rugby players are some of the least rested athletes in sport and so with Dylan being England’s most capped hooker, he’s …
 
In this short bonus episode of Making the Podium, host and founder of Topodium Group, Chris Sharman updates us all on an exciting new episode coming up, a reminder of the top guests we had in series one, and what you can expect from series two! Links and references at: https://topodiumgroup.com/podcast/…
 
David Itkin joins us this week on Podium Time. Maestro Itkin is the Director of Orchestras at the University of North Texas, Music Director of the Abilene Philharmonic, and Conductor Laureate of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Today we discuss the stories behind his first book, Conducting Concerti, and why it’s critical to learn how to accompany a…
 
We bring you a new interview today with the first ever Nordic Combined athlete we've had on the show, the one and only Nathaniel Mah. In this chat Nathaniel explains the unique sport of Nordic Combined to us and carries us through his history of getting into the sport. We also talk to him about what it was like competing in Canada where the sport i…
 
The NBA Playoffs continue and who will flex their muscle? Is there a fallout after he McCaffrey transfer? Another legend, Oscar De La Hoya decides to cash in on old "Old Boxer Syndrome", getting in the ring against lesser knowns. These topics and more on this June 18th, episode. "Welcome to the show!"…
 
An Olympic athlete’s career defining performance may last just seconds, but before and after it lie hours of logistics, warmups, and waiting in “ready rooms.” While they might sound tedious, those moments are often full of team-building, mind games and obstacles that come to define the athlete experience and actually contribute, in no small part, t…
 
The College Football Playoffs are set on restructuring, but is it the best move for the game? The NBA Playoffs getting closer to the biggest games during the season, with upsets, injuries and intrigue. Are the Green Bay Packers any closer to letting Aaron Rodgers go? UFC 263 featured Adesanya vs. Vettori 2. Was it the showdown that everyone expecte…
 
Second place, silver medal, best of the rest. The Sports world seems obsessed with differentiating performances that are, to the hundredth of second, incredibly similar. We explore the unique mindset of aiming for gold, why second is proven to be the least satisfying podium finish and how expecting the best of athletes is different from expecting 1…
 
The Atlanta Falcons finally found trade partner in Tennessee, for Julio Jones. Does the deal now make the Titans a Super Bowl contender? The NBA moves on without Lebron James and people have celebrated. Why? For the knockout blow of the episode, the fellas discuss Floyd Mayweather. Did the money drive Mayweather to place a black eye on his legacy? …
 
World-record swimmer, Adam Peaty, and globally-renowned expert in training for performance, Professor John Hawley, join Charlie and James to discuss the importance of setting a goal for every session, what Concurrent training is and how we can use it to maximise performance. Throughout his career, Adam Peaty, has not only smashed world records but …
 
10 Lessons from Interviewing over 100 Conductors on Podium Time. Watch this episode on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTnRSe63378 After over 100 interviews with conductors on Podium Time, we have learned a lot about conducting and the life around it. Every conductor has a different story and every conductor has a different perspective. Th…
 
This season of Making The Podium has seen us interview some of the FitTech industry’s leading innovators and brightest minds to help us see what makes them tick. From homegrown companies to Israel and New Zealand’s emerging businesses, these episodes have exposed us to the future of FitTech, and it seems only fitting to wrap up the series with a lo…
 
Japan, by its language, geography and history, offers a fascinatingly distinct culture. And the same applies to interests and philosophies around sport. In this episode, we dive into the host nation’s own Olympic sports to experience a more authentic Tokyo Games, and how seeing the athletic world from a different lens can make it more meaningful. F…
 
Today we've got a special crossover episode of the podcast featuring The Classical Gabfest. After one of their hosts appeared on Podium Time (Kensho Watanabe, PT102), they invited Jeremy on to play a game at the beginning of this episode. Following that is a full episode of the Classical Gabfest featuring stories on Curtis entering the Arts Managem…
 
This PT Mini Episode covers the basics of score study. What it is, why we do it, and the simple two-step process to preparing your music. Let us know what you think of these mini episodes. What do you want to hear more of? What should we cover? Reach out on social media or through the contact page on our website. -- Find this and all other episodes…
 
Tokyo welcomes Skateboarding, Surfing, Sport Climbing and 3X3 Basketball into this summer’s medal count, and with them a whole culture of urban and action sports. We explore these new-school events and how their development outside of the games could actually make them the perfect embodiments of old-school Olympic values. Let Todd Richards take you…
 
The NBA Playoffs have started, with Lebron James and the LA Lakers losing game one. The Utah Jazz fail to win game one, and Mitchell wasn't happy sitting the bench. In the NFL, the Jacksonville Jaguars have officially signed Tim Tebow, but what part of the plan of transforming the franchise, does he play. These questions and more during this May 25…
 
World Record Marathon runner, Paula Radcliffe MBE, and expert in the physiology of endurance athletes, Professor Andy Jones, join Charlie and James to share the secrets of running a fast marathon. After holding the marathon world record for 17 years, Paula Radcliffe reveals her training that led to her success, plus her career highlights and retiri…
 
A great mentor has the ability to guide you along any path you take. For one faculty member at UF, several mentors helped her to discover her passions and achieve her goals. Jeremy A. Magruder Waisome, Instructional Assistant Professor in the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, shares how she leveraged mentoring relationships to grow her love …
 
For parents, those working with children, or childcare professionals, the benefits of sporting activities for kids are plentiful and profound, and there’s never been a more important time for the industry to recover than now. With a massive pent-up demand for kids sport, leading wraparound care provider Junior Adventures are gearing up for a year t…
 
Last week's Pt Mini Episode discussed regularly checking up on how your conducting is doing and generating a list of things to work on. This week, we talk about how to actually make changes to your conducting in any situation. Let us know what you think of these mini episodes. What do you want to hear more of? What should we cover? Reach out on soc…
 
The NBA Playoff "Play-In" games are in full effect. Steph & LeBron are the headliners, as to who get to the playoff brackets first. Do these games matter? MLB has seen many No-Hitters, but who is the greatest pitcher to have never accomplished blanking the opposing team. Schilling, Maddox, Pedro or Clemens? These questions and more during this May …
 
Mental game: two words that are as often used as they are hard to grasp. But when the stakes are highest, when all competitors have sharpened their skills and trained tirelessly, psychology may be the deciding factor-both in and out of sports. Get a glimpse inside diver David Boudia’s intricate pre-performance routine, hear from Dr. Mike Gervais (f…
 
Today we talk with conductor Damien Crutcher, Co-Founder and CEO of Crescendo Detroit, about how he adapted the best parts of El Sistema to make a difference in his community and how you can engage your students in a deeper way through collaborations between educators and performers. Today we Discuss: 00:51 Damien’s work with the Detroit Symphony, …
 
As a result of the NFL drama, NBA playoffs on the horizon, and big fight tension, TSPP looks at the various topics, hoping to alleviate and release personal tension associated with each in the sports world. Rodgers, Lakers, Mayweather, and who play's who, is just too much to handle. These topics and more during this May 14h, 2021 Episode. “Welcome …
 
Today we're talking about how to keep improving as a conductor long after you've left school. By running a regular checkup, you can identify what bad habits are getting in your way. Let us know what you think of these mini episodes. What do you want to hear more of? What should we cover? Reach out on social media or through the contact page on our …
 
Every Olympics has pushed the boundaries of sports technology, but the Tokyo games will see that constant multiplied by Japan’s penchant for tech. Feel how optimizing every single shape and surface propels cyclists to new speeds with Alex Howes, hear how equipment changes do more than improve performance for Tatyana McFadden, understand how old spo…
 
Manchester United players Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Lee Grant join Charlie and James in this Soccer Special. This episode unveils the behind the scenes details of what it really takes to keep a footballer fit and focussed. All three players share their fuelling and recovery strategies, their advice for amateur and aspiring professional footballe…
 
In our latest interview we speak to Tessa Virtue the 3 time Ice Dancing Medalist legend. Tessa tells us about how she got into figure skating as a child, and how early she was paired with her longtime partner Scott Moir. Tessa explains her experiences of winning gold on home soil in Vancouver, taking the Silver in Sochi and how that motivated her t…
 
2020 saw an 80% growth in demand for fitness apps, cementing FitTech as a compelling space to enter. Making the connections to do so can be an intimidating task, one that Natalia Karbasova has been helping countless businesses to achieve as Founder of the FitTech Summit. With a vision of a future that combines preventative health benefits with uniq…
 
In this first experimental episode of the podcast, we seek clarity by asking what we're trying to say at any point in our study, rehearsal, or performance. Let us know what you think of these mini episodes. What do you want to hear more of? What should we cover? Reach out on social media or through the contact page on our website. Find this and all…
 
The Olympic Torch’s potential to inspire in times of chaos only deepens its power in the extraordinary leadup to Tokyo 2020. We start a brand new season of The Podium grasping the power of the flame. Relive Janet Evans’ triumphant 1996 torch relay with Muhammad Ali, hear a first-hand account of Catriona LeMay-Doan’s very public cauldron malfunction…
 
TSPP looks at the NFL draft winner's and loser's, reviewing Quarterbacks and key positions selected in the 2021 draft. Which NFL Team had the best overall draft, that will effect the outcome of it's franchise for the long term? Are the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers headed for a tragic breakup? And in the NBA, what basis does LeBron James have…
 
Today we're excited to speak with conductor Carl Topilow all about his new book, The Orchestral Conductor's Career Handbook. We cover his advice for young conductors and musicians wanting to start conducting, how to make sure you're ready to win an audition, and how to pick the best school for you. Get 30% off Carl's new book when you pre-order it …
 
World-leading cyclist Tao Geoghegan Hart, from the Ineos Grenadiers, and former dietician for the Australian Olympic Team, Professor Louise Burke, join Charlie and James to debunk myths and controversies around carbohydrates as well as discussing the best ways to use carbs to fuel podium performances. First up, Tao Geoghegan Hart talks about how he…
 
The path to building and teaching a great online course is simpler than you may think! Nikki Lyons from the UF Center for Teaching Excellence explains how the Pathways to Online Teaching Excellence process can help you create exceptional online learning experiences for your students. Online teaching excellence begins with essential design elements …
 
It may come as a surprise to many that one of the key tools for today’s top athletes started life as a smart children’s toy. However, BlazePod’s shift away from kids fitness and into serving various sports from football to F1 has unlocked a valuable market, and helped grow a dedicated community. BlazePod’s Founder & CEO, Yaniv Shneiderman, has been…
 
Today we talk with conductor Kenneth Woods about expanding our understanding of Gustav Mahler by delving into the context and reactions to his world at Colorado Mahlerfest, why we must be more intentional in programming significant works from composers, and how we can gain a deeper understanding of a composers’ relationship to their music by how th…
 
Over the next 12 weeks and right through to the closing ceremony, we’ll bring you deep into the stories and events that have defined the Olympics and those that will shape the Tokyo games. But we’ll also give you an intimate look into the unseen details that only the athletes themselves can tell. From sophisticated sports tech to athletics dynastie…
 
Our mini series on the great sport of Curling continues as we speak to one of the Olympic pioneers in the sport, the Silver medalist Skip for Team Canada in Nagano, Mike Harris. Mike tells us all about competing in the sport in it's inaugural games, and how late in the qualification process the hope of competing in the Olympics actually felt real t…
 
Arsenal and England football player, Jordan Nobbs joins Charlie and James to discuss the impact the menstrual cycle has on her training, performance and nutrition as well as her commentary on being a woman in a male-dominated sport. Historically, menstrual cycles and female athletes have been left at the bottom of the priority list amongst research…
 
From a local, high demand class for toddlers to scooping up the Global Franchise Champion award last year, the meteoric rise of Little Kickers is one of international development and incredible demand from franchisees-to-be. Leading this impressive expansion as their Founder and Chairman is Christine Kelly. Joining Chris on this episode of Making T…
 
Today we tick another sport off our list that we've never featured interview from before with our first ever curler, the one and only Jill Officer. Jill was on the undefeated gold medal winning team from Sochi, and she talks us through all the thoughts and emotions of the historic run in Sochi on the way to the gold medal. She takes us back to how …
 
How do we become better conductors? How do we become better people? And how can we be sure that we’re ready to make the most of every lucky chance that we get? These are the questions we discuss and answer in this interview with conductor Kensho Watanabe. We talk about the most important lessons about music and life that Kensho learned from working…
 
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