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James Caan discusses his impressive career and offers his top tips on running a successful business. As one of the UK’s most successful businessmen, his name has become synonymous with entrepreneurship. James also discusses his latest entry into the digital realm with his new app, James Caan Business Secrets. Moderated by editor from The Sunday Times, Paul Croughton, at the Apple Store, Covent Garden, London.
 
CAAA Radio is dedicated to spreading truth and encouraging every listener to act out against injustice by serving their fellow man. We strive to shed light on the darkest corners of the reality that everyone has been trained to ignore. We will do our part to wake people up and spread the word that liberty and freedom are alive and well! Join Poor Richard, Revere, and The Rev. every week for the latest commentary on local and world news.
 
Caal Smile (Amnesia Ibiza Resident) is a young Spanish house music producer & Dj. These free Podcasts will be live mixes from Radio Amnesia Ibiza streamed live every Friday night with loads of good tunes so you can enjoy some great dj sets. Your comments are highly appreciate.Thank you for listening to this dj set,enjoy the house mix. Caal Smile es un joven dj y productor español de música house.Estos Podcasts serán sesiones en vivo de Radio Amnesia Ibiza que podrás escuchar cada viernes por ...
 
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Campaign Against Arms Trade is a UK-based organisation working to end the international arms trade. The arms business has a devastating impact on human rights and security, and damages economic development. Large scale military procurement and arms exports only reinforce a militaristic approach to international problems.
 
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Professor T.J. Demos, Professor Laurie Palmer, and artist and curator Martabel Wasserman talk about art, pedagogy, and environmental justice. We discuss the formation of new networks of collaborative learning in and beyond the university. What can academia learn from activist pedagogies? Note: This conversation was recorded in autumn 2020.Martabel …
 
In the third and final part of this series we look at how medical deliveries by drone could help support the health service in remote communities across the UK.We speak with Alex Brown, Head of Operations at Skyports about a recent trial that saw drones making medical deliveries between four NHS hospitals in the Scottish Highlands. This project, wh…
 
Lonzo’s gang heads to the Serpent’s Tongue to meet an old friend. Diamonds tries to contact her father. Caalo’s crew meets their captors. CAST CDR(Ret) Tone S. Vivona: Opening Credits Craig Stewart: Previouslies Keith Ruether: Narrator, Farrot, Retch, and Achilles Todd Helton – Lonzo Alec Boeschen – Sorsal Thaddeus Shaffer – Kobza Stephanie Longsha…
 
In this podcast Steve Rossi and Jose DeJesus discuss aspects of interdisciplinary foundational studio art pedagogy in Parson’s first year Space/Materiality course, benefits of limitations in lesson planning, being present for students, aspects of embodied learning, and design efficiency found in nature.Steve Rossi received his BFA from Pratt Instit…
 
"Professors Alex Dika Seggerman (Rutgers University-Newark) and Emily Neumeier (Temple University) discuss their experience incorporating Wikipedia in the classroom, suggesting different types of assignments, the feminist origins of the “edit-a-thon” and how teaching students about the reliability and structure of online knowledge is perhaps one of…
 
Professor Alan C. Braddock and Dr. Lindsay Garcia discuss art, pedagogy, and environmental justice. How can art history join the posthumanist conversation? How can works of art attune us to our relationships across the lines of species? Note: This conversation was recorded in autumn 2020.Alan Braddock is the Ralph H. Wark Associate Professor of Art…
 
Significant changes to Scottish agricultural and land use policies are expected as the re-elected Scottish Government faces up to climate and biodiversity issues for the 2024 end of the present period of “Stability and Simplicity”. In this episode, Jeremy Moody talks about the scale of these changes, the current consultation on the Agricultural Tra…
 
In part two of our three part series we hear about a recent trial that explored using drones for medical deliveries, including essential PPE items, from Cornwall to remote communities on the Isles of Scilly.This project involved Royal Mail and a consortium funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) who we featured in the first part of this series.…
 
In this episode we begin a three part series that looks at how drones have been used to help the NHS response to COVID-19.We're joined by Simon Masters and Dawn MacGregor from UKRI (UK Research and Innovation), the UK's largest public funder of research and innovation. UKRI's work includes the 'Future flight challenge' which aims to bring together …
 
In this episode, Jeremy Moody gives an introductory outline of the main ways in which a landowner can make land available to others who want to farm it, whether using a tenancy, licence or other rights. He reviews the basics of the Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 and of Farm Business Tenancies, gives a brief introduction to joint ventures and touche…
 
In this episode we discuss the CAAV examinations – the demanding two-day practical, written and oral examinations that about 160 probationers sit each year in order to gain Fellowship of the CAAV. We are joined by two examiners, Gareth Lay and Edward Buckland, to explain what’s involved, what does the exams cover and, most importantly, how to best …
 
Electric air taxis, also called electric vertical take-off and landing vehicles (eVTOLs), will soon be operational. These ‘green’ aircraft will deliver on-demand urban flights and make trips across cities quick, easy and more affordable. In this episode speak with Brenden Hedblom and David Rottblatt from Eve Air Mobility about the work that is taki…
 
It is only now that the Government can start its domestic programme after 18 months of wrestling with Brexit and Covid-19. With their elections, Scotland and Wales are also starting new programmes for government. In this podcast, Jeremy Moody reflects on the recent Queen’s Speech to Parliament, the outcome of the Scottish and Welsh elections and ou…
 
In the second episode of this two-part podcast series, the CAAV’s Centenary Scholar, Simon Haley, shares his insights on how valuers and firms can evolve to use new technologies in their businesses. He talks about precision management within the business, the future of the office and the future of the profession.…
 
In the first of a series of two podcast episodes, Simon Haley introduces his CAAV Centenary Scholarship Report on “The Value of New Technologies for the Profession”. He explains what is meant by “new technologies” and why valuers and their clients should be embracing the technological revolution that is taking place right now.…
 
Caalo’s crew finally descends to the surface of Inkburotto to acquire Glaze production tech from the Cephalogs. CAST CDR(Ret) Tone S. Vivona: Opening Credits Craig Stewart: Previouslies Keith Ruether: Narrator & Achilles Jude Vivona: Caalo Xan Brianna Theresa: Sable Robert Neal: Gloob Anairis Quinones: Kimdalooj Tyler Hyrchuk: Bagaloo Loganne Digma…
 
Jay Buchanan, Holly Gabelmann, Caroline Giddis, and Clarissa Chevalier: "Collaboration, finding purpose, occupying intermediate space and making noise together!"In this conversation, Jay Buchanan and Holly Gabelmann, co-creators of Idiosynchrony, talk to Caroline Giddis and Clarissa Chevalier, founders and co-editors of Tesserae Press. They discuss…
 
Join us for a conversation with Sean Nash, a visual artist and food fermentation experimentalist, and Stephanie Maroney, a feminist science and food studies scholar, as they discuss “Microbial Teachers and Fermentive Pedagogies.”Sean Nash is a visual artist and food fermentation experimentalist. His multidisciplinary work integrates fermented foods…
 
The Camalons run into trouble while waiting for Caalo’s crew to arrive. Lonzo’s gang seeks a new way home. CAST CDR(Ret) Tone S. Vivona, Craig Stewart, Keith Ruether, Stephanie Longshaw, Brianna Theresa, Jorge Diaz, Erin Evans-Walker, Loganne Digma, Todd Helton, & Lec Zorn. Special Thanks to all our Patrons! Especially Ship Commanders Matt, Roger, …
 
In this conversation, the pair discuss Schwartz’s new book Walker Evans: No Politics. The first book to take seriously Evans’s refusal to act or work politically, Walker Evans offers a sweeping reassessment of American documentary and its histories. Opening with a discussion of Evans’s place in the canon as well as Schwartz’s efforts to problematis…
 
Compulsory purchase can be a complicated and long drawn-out process, but at its heart is the acquisition of the property by an acquiring authority. Kate Russell of the CAAV discusses how claimants and their advisers can prepare for the acquisition so that the transaction can proceed smoothly and compensation can be paid promptly.…
 
In this conversation, educator, artist, and technologist Chris Carruth and Ph.D. candidate Kristina M. Stamatis discuss pedagogy, empathy, and structural racism in higher ed. Chris Carruth is an educator, artist, and technologist who is currently splitting teaching/making engagements between Boulder, CO and Vancouver, BC. He is an interdisciplinary…
 
This podcast explores key concepts of decolonization, settler responsibility, and treaty principles. Join Dr. Julie Hollenbach in conversation with Dr. Carla Taunton in a dynamic dialogue that considers key ideas and concepts of decolonization. Hollenbach and Taunton discuss the potential roles and responsibilities of white-settler scholars in deco…
 
The Camalons run into trouble while waiting for Caalo’s crew to arrive. Lonzo’s gang seeks a new way home, and the Surlack’s set their sights on Inkburotto. CAST CDR(Ret) Tone S. Vivona, Craig Stewart, Keith Ruether, Danilo Battistini, Jose Flecha, Robert Neal, Brianna Theresa, & Jude Vivona Special Thanks to all our Patrons! Especially Ship Comman…
 
Join us for a conversation between Thanavi Chotpradit, a modern and contemporary Thai art historian, and Chanon Kenji Praepipatomongkol, curator at Singapore Art Museum, as they discuss “The Iconography of Protest in Bangkok." Thanavi Chotpradit is a lecturer in modern and contemporary Thai art history at Silpakorn University in Bangkok, Thailand a…
 
Lorne M. Buchman, President of ArtCenter College of Design and host of Change Lab podcast, speaks with Beyond the Studio co-hosts Nicole Mueller and Amanda Adams about the shifts happening in higher education, how art and design colleges are responding to the financial challenges of the pandemic, rethinking the model in order to increase sustainabi…
 
Join us for a live CAA podcast recording made for the CAA 2021 Conference! Rachel Beth Egenhoefer and Peter Dean discuss Sustainable Design: Beyond the Stuff, Towards the System Rachel Beth Egenhoefer, Professor, Design, University of San FranciscoPeter Dean, Senior Critic, Department of Furniture Design, Nature-Culture-Sustainability Studies Conce…
 
As of the 28th February, 1991 Act tenants will be able to set in motion the procedures for the possible relinquishment and potential assignation of their tenancies under the statutory changes of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016. The legislation has a dual purpose in that it will enable retiring tenants to realise the value of a secure tenancy wh…
 
Lonzo and the Boa gang attempt to smuggle Slade back to Slyth as tensions rise between Caalo and Sable. CAST CDR(Ret) Tone S. Vivona, Craig Stewart, Keith Ruether, Nika Shakhmuradova, Todd Helton, Jude Vivona, & Brianna Theresa. Special Thanks to all our Patrons! Especially Ship Commanders Matt, Roger, and Sharon Ruether, Ship Captain Matthew Lloyd…
 
The Camalons prepare to descend to the surface of Inkburotto as the Cephalogs gather materials for the exchange. Caalo has questions about the glaze trade. CAST CDR(Ret) Tone S. Vivona, Craig Stewart, Keith Ruether, Erin Evans-Walker, Loganne Digma, Jorge Diaz, Jude Vivona, Robert Neal, Anairis Quinones, & Tyler Hyrchuk Special Thanks to all our Pa…
 
Three years after the new Electronic Communications Code came into force, we are starting to see some clarity emerge on how the renewal of agreements for rural telecoms sites should be dealt with. In this podcast, Kate Russell of the CAAV discusses the Upper Tribunal decision in ON Tower v Green and how it can help those dealing with renewals to re…
 
In the conclusion to episode 2, the Cephalogs and Surlacks make plans. The fate of Caalo’s crew is revealed… CAST CDR(Ret) Tone S. Vivona, Craig Stewart, Anairis Quinones, Keith Ruether, Jose Flecha, Adrian Pavone, Tyler Hyrchuk, Danilo Battistini, Jude Vivona, Christopher Power, & Brianna Theresa Special Thanks to all our Patrons! Especially Ship …
 
Caalo and his new crew get off to a rough start while both the Cephalogs and Camalons begin preparations for the upcoming exchange. CAST CDR(Ret) Tone S. Vivona, Craig Stewart, Keith Ruether, Brianna Theresa, Jude Vivona, Robert Neal, Christopher Power, Stephanie Longshaw, Tyler Hyrchuk, Shannon Cook, Jazzae Puyol, Nick Koyama, & Jorge Diaz Special…
 
'People Not War’ is a podcast brought to you by Campaign Against Arms Trade. Hosted by writer, producer and campaigner Siana Bangura, in each episode we catch up with campaigners, activists, community organisers, and all-round inspirational people working to end the international arms trade and other intersecting issues.In this episode Siana is in …
 
'People Not War’ is a podcast brought to you by Campaign Against Arms Trade. Hosted by writer, producer and campaigner Siana Bangura, in each episode we catch up with campaigners, activists, community organisers, and all-round inspirational people working to end the international arms trade and other intersecting issues.** Episode Content Warning: …
 
'People Not War’ is a podcast brought to you by Campaign Against Arms Trade. Hosted by writer, producer and campaigner Siana Bangura, in each episode we catch up with campaigners, activists, community organisers, and all-round inspirational people working to end the international arms trade and other intersecting issues.** Episode Content Warning: …
 
'People Not War’ is a podcast brought to you by Campaign Against Arms Trade. Hosted by writer, producer and campaigner Siana Bangura, in each episode we catch up with campaigners, activists, community organisers, and all-round inspirational people working to end the international arms trade and other intersecting issues.** Episode Content Warning: …
 
'People Not War’ is a podcast brought to you by Campaign Against Arms Trade. Hosted by writer, producer and campaigner Siana Bangura, in each episode we catch up with campaigners, activists, community organisers, and all-round inspirational people working to end the international arms trade and other intersecting issues.** Episode Content Warning: …
 
'People Not War’ is a podcast brought to you by Campaign Against Arms Trade. Hosted by writer, producer and campaigner Siana Bangura, in each episode we catch up with campaigners, activists, community organisers, and all-round inspirational people working to end the international arms trade and other intersecting issues.Throughout the series, we’ll…
 
As the guild wars rage on in the Blitzroten system, the TEACO organization sends two Surlacks to the planet Camalo to pick up a V.I.P. CAST Tone S. Vivona, Craig Stewart, Keith Ruether, Jose Flecha, Lec Zorn, Jude Vivona, Melanie Kissel, & I.M. Wilder Special Thanks to all our Patrons! Especially Ship Commanders Matt, Roger, and Sharon Ruether, Shi…
 
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