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Sir Thomas More is a collaborative Elizabethan play by Anthony Munday and others depicting the life and death of Thomas More. It survives only in a single manuscript, now owned by the British Library. The manuscript is notable because three pages of it are considered to be in the hand of William Shakespeare and for the light it sheds on the collaborative nature of Elizabethan drama and the theatrical censorship of the era. The play dramatizes events in More's life, both real and legendary, i ...
 
Hey Guys! Welcome to Short stories for Kids! I'm Lucy and me and my magic team of writers, Simon and John, will turn your ideas in to a short story every week! We upload a new story every Tuesday and Thursday. Just let me know in a review what you would like in the story and if you would like to be in it too? And we will write the story and post it up on here for you to listen to :) Pirates, dinosaurs, wizards, racing cars, castles, fairies.... What ever it is you love, just tell us in your ...
 
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If you work out regularly there is a fair chance that you've been injured at some stage. Call it an occupational hazard for athletes. Injuries are physical, the pain is real, and the effects of the injury are often visible. But recovery from injury isn’t just a physical act. One might even argue that there is a mental health aspect to getting injur…
 
Angelo is joined by Fred and Matt to discuss whether or not Billy Joe Saunders quit against Canelo or not. They discuss Canelo's next move and whether or not it could be Caleb Plant or Gennady Golovkin. Plus what they liked and didn't like about the undercard. Plus, Floyd Mayweather meets Logan Paul and then gets his hat taken by Jake Paul, Oscar D…
 
Melissa Pileggi Grosvenor said she met Phil Spector in New York in 1991 when she was a waitress, found him “very charming, quick-witted,” and was in a platonic relationship with him for a year and a half. She testified that after a dinner in Beverly Hills she went back to his house, but when she […]저자 Mikita Brottman
 
My guest today is Dr. James Risley a consultant in emergency medicine at Worcestershire Royal Hospital. James and I have been working together for almost 7 years and it's been an interesting journey, which I hope that we can outline today. Initially, James came to me with ambitious goals (as most triathletes do), centred around Ironman and mostly f…
 
Today’s guest is Jabe Bloom, in conversation with Simone and Emanuele Quintarelli, Boundaryless’ EEEO Micro Enterprise Lead. With Jabe, we look into how, increasingly in an age of technologically powered organizations, thriving means the ability to enable “the three economies” of differentiation, scale and scope at the same time. The key question i…
 
Angelo is joined by Lex and Tom to break down the Andy Ruiz Jr vs Chris Arreola card. Is Andy Ruiz Jr ready for another title shot and if not who might we see Andy Ruiz Jr get in the ring with next. Plus, did Chris Arreola earn another opportunity on the main stage? A full breakdown of the undercard and a recap of Dereck Chisora and Joseph Parker. …
 
On this week's podcast, we're happy to have on Dr. Cath Bishop, Olympian, former diplomat, business coach, consultant, and author of ‘The Long Win’, listed in the FT’s Top 10 Business Books 2020. She competed in rowing at 3 Olympic Games, winning World Championships gold in 2003 and Olympic silver in Athens 2004. As a diplomat for the British Forei…
 
Angelo (@realrollingpin) brings on a panel this week to discuss a wild week in boxing. Tom (@tom_cody_sp), Fred (@fredgarvinSP), and Matt (@izdatyofaceee) are here to talk Ryan Garcia's decision to withdraw from his fight with Javier Fortuna and focus on his health and well-being. Do the guys buy his reason or do they think there are other things a…
 
In this episode, Norma Jean Towers, of South Tampa, Florida, tells the jury that she was a regular at a met karaoke bar, where, in 2009, she met Michael Keetley, 49, a quiet, charming ice cream man. In 2010, she learned that Keetley had been shot four times and his ice cream truck robbed. He […]저자 Mikita Brottman
 
My guest today is a lady that I met exactly 20 years ago. Mimi Anderson is one of the world’s most inspirational female distance runners, having made an incredible journey from stay-at-home mother of three to multiple Guinness World Record Holder. With hard work and determination, Mimi has shown that it’s never too late to fulfil your dreams and ac…
 
Creating Ecosystems around open source standards and the Commons is a challenging task that has been taken strategically by many of the dominating brands of our times - such as Google with Android. For this reason, we wanted to feature one iconic project on the podcast that we often use as a yardstick when debating opportunities to develop truly op…
 
0:00 Discussing the Jake Paul card and all the good and bad of it 38:00 Real boxing talk starts aka Andrade discussion Angelo is joined by Fred for a discussion on a strange weekend of boxing. Jake Paul took center stage in a bizarre card full of concert performances, skits, and maybe a dive? The guys break down the card, what they liked and mostly…
 
My guest today is Prof. Greg Whyte. As an Olympian (he won a modern pentathlon bronze at the 1986 Olympic Games), sports scientist and coach Greg is uniquely experienced at optimising performance. Greg has worked as a consultant physiologist in a large number of Olympic and professional sports and has been the Director of Science and research at th…
 
Michael and Sara Lynn Colucci had been through some ups and downs in their marriage. Sara, apparently had never fully recovered from the suicide of her first husband. She was smart, quick-witted, and impulsive, but also prone to depression. At first, she seemed to have been happy in her marriage to South Carolina jeweler Michael […]…
 
Angelo is joined by Lex and Matt from the Most Valid Opinion podcast to break down whether or not Jaron Ennis met the expectations this weekend and what would be the best path forward for him. They also get into where Eimantas Stanionis in his development, Joe Smith Jr's big win over Maxim Vlasov and whether or not Jermell Charlo is going to meet B…
 
In today's show, I’m joined by a man who helps people to run faster, and he calls himself a movement coach. Shane Benzie has a coaching philosophy that leads him to take an anthropological view of a runner. Shane believes that if we move like a human is designed to move, that will make us a good athlete. To maximise our potential we must take that …
 
Today we explore an initiative that looks into transformation and the micro-macro dynamics of organizing from a thresholds and allocations perspective. We’re joined by Bill Baue, Senior Director at r3.0, and Ralph Thurm, Co-Founder & Managing Director at r3.0 – a not-for-profit platform which promotes Redesign for Resilience and Regeneration. Found…
 
Angelo is joined by Tom to break down Jamel Herring's stoppage win over Carl Frampton. They discuss the win's significance, whether the fight played out the way they predicted, and what is going to happen in the 130 lb division given Saturday's events. Plus, a look at why the fight was held in Dubai the repercussions and the bad production of the e…
 
In this episode, Myron “Pepi” Levin takes the witness stand in the murder trials of Cherry Hill Rabbi Fred J. Neulander. The rabbi’s wife, Carol Neulander, was murdered in the family home in 1994. The two men responsible for the murder, Len Janoff and Paul Daniels, said they were paid by Fred Neulander, who was […]…
 
On today's podcast, I have a very special guest, my brother, Jonathan Ward. Jono is not a triathlete, and these days he’s not a competitive sportsperson. In fact, his daily routine is designed to keep him as healthy as possible. You’ll hear about his previous health problems during our conversation. As a result of those issues, Jonathan took time t…
 
Angelo is joined by Fred to discuss Dillian Whyte's victory over Alexander Povetkin. They discuss whether or not he deserves a title shot now that he's gotten a win over Povetkin. Also, they break down the undercard, Fred discusses the future for Ted Cheeseman, they talk about Zack Parker's future and more from the weekend's action. Plus, Oscar De …
 
My guest on today's show is Dr. Jeffrey Sankoff, an ER physician and triathlete from Denver, Colorado. He has been a triathlete for over 20 years and also working part-time as a triathlon coach (a.k.a TriDoc) for the last 5 years. Since January 2020, he has been on the front line at Denver Health in the battle against Coronavirus. All of these expe…
 
Today’s guest, Nora Bateson, is a unique thinker that as a company we’ve been following for a while now. From invisible assumptions, to entanglement and trans-contextual organising, this conversation explores what organizing in complexity truly means for organisations and the relationships taking place within and between them. Nora Bateson is an aw…
 
On July 28, 2014, Alexandria Chery, 16, an Olympia, Florida High School student, told her mother she was feeling well and wanted to stay home from school. Her mother, Haitian immigrant Rosalie Joseph, agreed. She tried to call Alex at various times during the day, but her daughter didn’t pick up. When Joseph got him, […]…
 
Angelo is joined by Tom and Fred to break down Vergil Ortiz's performance against Maurice Hooker. They discuss what impressed them and what needs work. They look at who Ortiz would best be matched with and a potential fight with Terence Crawford. Also, Artur Beterbiev successfully defends his lightweight title and Alberto Machado gets KO'd. Also, M…
 
How many of us grew up wanting to be a fighter pilot? Many boys I’m sure and maybe a few girls. How many actually managed to achieve that ambition? A few boys possibly but very few girls. My guest today, Mandy Hickson, is one of only 5 ladies who have flown the Tornado GR4 fast jet on the front line which makes her a very unique person and in my mi…
 
Angelo is joined by Lex and Matt (of the Most Valid Opinion podcast) to breakdown the weekend's action. Did the guys enjoy Estrada vs Chocolatito and did it meet the hype after 9 years of waiting? Was this the best version we've seen of David Benavidez against Ronald Ellis? What should be next for Isaac Cruz. Plus, Tyson Fury has said he's stopped …
 
(1) In August 2009, Lynea Hambrice, 36, jumped to her death from the 12th-story balcony of the Coeur D’Alene Resort in Idaho. Her boyfriend Ian James, 38, called 911 to report what happened. The couple were visiting the area from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Ian told police that Lynea threw herself off the balcony during an […]…
 
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