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Join director James Gunn and as he discusses his new comedy “Super”. The story follows a man (Rainn Wilson) who decides to become a super hero after a series of unfortunate events, including his wife (Liv Tyler) leaving him, literally being touched by the finger of God in a dream, and seeing a morally-preachy superhero named the Holy Avenger (Nathan Fillion) on catholic television.
 
Since 1999 Bevan James Eyles has been a world leader in fitness. As well as being a high level Ironman triathlete he has also been a leader in the fitness industry. He travels the world training fitness professionals in this area he is so passionate about. To find out more about him go to his website: www.bevanjameseyles.com Bevan has always been fascinated why some people seem to have a lifetime love of fitness and find it easy to get out there and do it while others struggle so much. He ha ...
 
No Time To Die: The Official James Bond Podcast is a new and exclusive podcast hosted by James King. The six-part series features exclusive interviews with Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Jeffrey Wright, Naomie Harris, director Cary Joji Fukunaga, producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell and a host of key behind the scenes crew from casting director to special effects supervisor. Each of the six episodes focuses on a differen ...
 
Hear the stories of the Old Testament brought to life in this Dramatised Reading of selections from the King James Version. Feel the sweep of Bible history through the stories of key people: Adam and Eve, Abraham, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, Joshua, Gideon, Samson, Saul, David, Solomon, Elijah, Elisha, Jonah and Daniel. A full cast recording by Librivox volunteers brings to life the people of the Old Testament from Aaron to Zipporah! Please note that Ruth, Esther, Job and the Song of Solomon have ...
 
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Clauda Wilson is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Nutrition (CSSD) and a Strength and Conditioning Specialist/Trainer (CSCS). She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health from West Chester University in Pennsylvania and her Master’s Degree in Nutrition from the University of Utah, with an emphasis i…
 
This week I have triathlon legend Emma Carney on the show. She covers her amazing career in the sport of triathlon. You can get her new book: Hard Wired - Life, Death, and Triathlon by clicking here.Bevan James Eyles による
 
Yasmin London is a speaker who focuses on courageous conversations, leadership mindset and digital wellbeing. She is also the Executive Director of ySafe, Australia’s leading social media and cyber safety education organisation. On this episode she shares insight into these important areas. You can follow Yasmin here: www.yasminlondon.com…
 
Prof. Lucas Morel, distinguished Lincoln scholar at Washington and Lee University, discusses the 1619 Project and its challenge to the American Founding with Garrett Snedeker, JWI Deputy Director, and Jovan Tripkovic, JWI Intern.
 
The filters we use to make decisions with can have a massive negative or positive affect on our lives. For this reason we need to have a good understanding of which filters work for, or against, us. On this episode I address this topic and give you tools to put better filters in place in your life.Bevan James Eyles による
 
Recently I discovered that one of the biggest pieces of advice I love to give to my daughter may not be the most effective way to motivate good choices in her life. This discovery has completely shifted the language I use to motivate people and it’s proving to be very effective. On this episode I what I have learnt and how you can apply it to your …
 
On this episode I have an interview with Psychotherapist William Pullen. William has developed Dynamic Running Therapy, this is where he has therapy sessions while walking/running with his clients. William talks about how movement is a powerful medicine. You can find William’s work here: www.williampullenpsychotherapist.com…
 
On this episode I have an interview with Brodie Sharp. He's a physiotherapist who is passionate about helping people deal with injuries in the best way possible, both physically and psychologically. You can find Brodie at www.runsmarter.onlineBevan James Eyles による
 
Are you someone who feels that you have imposter syndrome? Do you worry that at any moment you could get exposed and that your future may be on the line for this reasons. If you do make sure you listen to this episode as I share a great strategy to help you have confidence about your future.Bevan James Eyles による
 
As you’ve probably heard, MGM, Universal and Bond producers, Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli have announced that the release of NO TIME TO DIE, the 25th film in the James Bond series, will be delayed until 2nd April 2021 in order to be seen by a worldwide theatrical audience. They understand the delay will be disappointing but now look forwa…
 
Host James King explores how the James Bond movies have kept fresh and relevant with some very special guests. The Bond films have always tapped into the anxieties and dreams of audiences. From Cold War powerplay to media power and intrusion, cyberterrorism to globalised businesses fronting international crime networks, the films have always reflec…
 
No Time To Die: The Official James Bond Podcast is a new and exclusive podcast hosted by James King. The six-part series features exclusive interviews with Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Jeffrey Wright, Naomie Harris, director Cary Joji Fukunaga, producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Co…
 
Ilya Shapiro joins Garrett Snedeker and Spencer Reeves to discuss his book, "Supreme Disorder: Judicial Nominations and the Politics of America's Highest Court," which concerns the partisan battles over Supreme Court nominations that have become a focal point of judicial politics in the past few decades. He discusses the history of partisan Supreme…
 
Bri Williams is a keynote speaker, author, and specialist consultant who focuses on behaviour science. On this episode Bri shares tools and strategies that help you perform at a higher level in your life. You can follow Bri here: www.briwilliams.comBevan James Eyles による
 
Robert Reilly walks us through his book, America on Trial, which pushes back on recent theorists who have argued that the American founding brought with it the "Poison Pill" of modern liberalism. He goes through in detail, the traditions of thought that lead to the American founding, arguing that it has its roots in Natural Law and the medieval con…
 
Matthew Thraxton is a world leading fitness professional who has travelled the world training and developing fitness instructors. He has a deep insight into how to bring the best out of people. On this episode Matthew shares these insights with you, so you can get the most out of your health and fitness.…
 
Do you have behaviours that damage your life? Are there some behaviours that you struggle to manage to a level which is healthy for you? In this podcast I introduce strategies that help you work through 3 key areas of your behaviours. By applying these strategies you’ll get better at removing behaviours that are bad for you, managing ones that you …
 
Andrew Huberman Ph.D. is an American neuroscientist and tenured professor in the Department of Neurobiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine. He has made numerous important contributions to the fields of brain development, brain plasticity, and neural regeneration and repair. In this episode Andrew shares amazing insights from research…
 
Brad Mooar is an assistant coach of the All Blacks rugby team. He is a man who has a passion for bringing the best out of people, sport, and the power of community. In this episode Brad shares amazing insights from his years in coaching.Bevan James Eyles による
 
After the unexpected collapse of the Soviet Union, the categories of Left and Right continue to be used to describe political ideologies, despite their historic ambiguity and a shared utopian root. The idealistic belief that a perfect world is possible continues to dwell on existential hope for messianic salvation. This belief lay at the heart of t…
 
In these crazy times there can be a lot of worry. Unfortunately this worry can consume us and make our lives worse. In this episode I address this and give you strategies that help you deal with worry in healthier ways.Bevan James Eyles による
 
Shoshana Weissmann is the senior manager of digital media and a fellow at the R Street Institute, a free-market think tank. She oversees RSI’s social media, email marketing, and website while also working and writing on a variety of policy and regulatory subjects. She also likes SpongeBob. Jon Schweppe is the Director of Policy and Government Affai…
 
In this episode I cover 3 different topics: How we need moments of mental relief in this crazy time. The importance of knowing who you are and staying on your path when uncertainty is in your life. How to deal with a lack of confidence in your life.Bevan James Eyles による
 
Lisa Osborne is one of the biggest names in fitness. As an athlete she has been a world champion in competitive Aerobics and has reached the highest level in the Crossfit Games. She is also a key figure for the world leading fitness brand Les Mills. In this interview Lisa shares what drives her as an athlete, how she overcomes adversity, and shares…
 
Does this crazy moment in time make you regret the choices you have made in your life? or is it a time that reinforces the choices you have made? This is a big question to explore which can reveal where you need to develop yourself. This is what I do on this episode. I also give you a plan that can help you create change in your life.…
 
This week I have an interview with Kathleen Trotter. Kathleen is a fitness expert, media personality, personal trainer, writer, life coach, and overall health enthusiast. She is the author ofFinding Your Fit: A Compassionate Trainer’s Guide to Making Fitness a Lifelong Habit and Your Fittest Future Self: Making Choices Today for a Happier, Healthie…
 
Are you finding that your exercise is falling away with what is happening with the Corona Virus? Is this leading you to an unhealthier place were you are feeling that you are losing yourself? If so make sure you listen to this weeks show as I share the 4 keys to exercising in these crazy times. This will help you get the benefits you need from exer…
 
Dr Greg Wells is a world leading health and performance expert. As a scientist and performance physiologist, he has dedicated his career to exploring and researching human limits and making that science understandable and actionable. On this Episode Greg shares important advice that can help you healthily manage through these tough times. You can f…
 
The second summer of conversations recorded at the Sewanee Writers' Conference continues with playwright Rachel Bonds, who tells James about finding her voice in a one-act, using jealousy as a job coach, being on the writing treadmill, and recognizing the struggles of those close to us. Plus, actor and Performing Prose co-founder Sean McIntyre. htt…
 
The second summer of conversations recorded at the Sewanee Writers' Conference continues with Tim O'Brien, who tells James about winning the National Book Award, writing THE THINGS THEY CARRIED while on a break from another book, not leaving a sentence until it's finished, being a father, knowing death, and recognizing the maybeness of it all. Plus…
 
The second summer of conversations recorded at the Sewanee Writers' Conference begins with James speaking with Marilyn Nelson, who has written poetry in many forms and for many audiences. Marilyn tells James about her fears of being pigeonholed as well as her love of musicality, embodying voices, and finding a way forward. Plus, Copper Canyon Execu…
 
Kevin Wilson's fifth book, the novel NOTHING TO SEE HERE, is a perfect combination of everything that made his previous work so singular: the humor and edge of THE FAMILY FANG, the intensity of his short fiction, and the heart and earnestness of PERFECT LITTLE WORLD. He and James talk depicting basketball, writing being fun and versatile, keeping i…
 
In this episode I breakdown three different ideas: 1. How to manage stress by firstly not creating it 2. How it can be freeing when you reveal something you disguise about yourself 3. The cost of not figuring out the real problem you need to be working on There’s a lot to reflect on in this show, enjoy.…
 
Calvin Hennick jokingly calls his memoir, ONCE MORE TO THE RODEO, "every thought I've ever had," and the book touches on fatherhood, manhood, race, family, alcohol, baseball, and countless other topics, all considered on a road trip to his childhood hometown with his young son. He talks to James about having the memoir roundly rejected until it won…
 
This week I have an interview with Laura VanZee Taylor. Laura is an award winning documentary director who has recently released ‘I am Maris’, a documentary about Maris, a young woman with an eating disorder and how yoga helped her move to a healthier place. In this interview, we talk about Laura’s interesting career, the making of the documentary,…
 
I had an experience recently which made me think that there needs to be healthier ways to interact with others. On this episode I discuss my experience and put a challenge to you which could help shift our personal interactions to develop stronger, healthier connections.Bevan James Eyles による
 
Jess McGregor is a qualified nutritionist and has a degree in Sports and Exercise Science. She’s always had a passion for health and fitness and in more recent times has put her focus into helping guild parents with childern’s nutrition. On this episode Jess shares many insights into how you can help the children in your life be healthier in their …
 
Two incredible authors discuss their debuts. First, Elizabeth Chiles Shelburne tells James about her Tennessee-set HOLDING ON TO NOTHING (Blair), reading while driving (?), Dolly Parton, time machines, and two beer guitars. Then Amy Kurzweil on her depiction of three generations, including her grandmother surviving the Holocaust, in FLYING COUCH: A…
 
Many of us get frustrated when we have areas in our lives that we want to improve but often we don't know how to start or once we do, we give up or lose motivation. These areas become our ‘should do’s’ that ultimately lead to disappointment within ourselves. Recently, I’ve introduced a tool into my life that has helped me make massive shifts in the…
 
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