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Matt and Ash are experienced educators from the southern suburbs in South Australia. This show will help all teachers whether in their first term or their last to improve their practise and get the best out of themselves to get the best out of their students. If you want hints and tips on how to be the best teacher, then tune in to us, South Australia's Premier Education Podcast.
 
The Sales Chalk Talk show is a weekly podcast designed primarily for salespeople and business owners. Every show features a special guest. The guests are interviewed about a variety of subjects, generally related to sales, marketing, business and success. Some of the guests are well-known authorities in their fields, like Tom Hopkins, Jim Cathcart, Tony Alessandra, Bob Burg and many others. And some guests are relatively unknown. In every case, you'll get some nuggets and gems of ideas, tips ...
 
Chalk Talk is a Climbing Industry podcast. A place to find interesting and enlightening discussions with professionals in the rock climbing industry. In depth conversations with route setters, coaches, professional climbers, gym managers/owners and much more. Chalk Talk is the place to find inspiration and contemplation on the future of the climbing world and where to take your climbing to the next level.
 
Host Nick Schwerdt and producer Derek Johnson give you the latest and most extensive KU sports coverage in addition to Chiefs, Royals and anything else in the crazy world of sports and life. Miss anything during the show or not in the area to hear it live? Subscribe to our podcast of the show to make sure you never miss content. Follow us on Twitter as well @RCST1320
 
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(0:00-19:05) Opening RCST discussing the MLB Trade Deadline & the Royals(19:06-30:09) NBA Draft recap(30:10-45:07) Brandon McAndrson talks CFB alignment, Marcus Garrett/NBA Draft & Rock Chalk Roundball Classic(45:08-1:00:52) Previewing KU Football opponent Oklahoma State with Robert Allen(1:00:53-End) Voice of the Jayhawks Brian Hanni talks Rock Ch…
 
To be consistently successful at selling, there are basic processes and systems that must be put in place. And to make those processes and systems effective, salespeople and their managers must buy into them. Today’s very special guest on Sales Chalk Talk is sales and marketing expert, author and speaker, Ruth van Vierzen, who is absolutely genius …
 
Welcome to The Chalk Talk Podcast. We are for teachers regardless of what or where you work. Primary School, Secondary School, Home School, this is the number one podcast for you! Subscribe and catch us weekly as we help you keep being the best chalky you can be! Contact Us email: thechalktalk@outlook.com Facebook: @TheChalkTalkPodcast Instagram: @…
 
The Once & Future Farm Today farmers face unprecedented changes, exacerbated by Britain’s uncertain relationship with Europe. In this highly topical event, our experts discuss how farming has survived revolutions and reformations from the end of the 19th century to the present, and what can be done to ensure our mutual future prosperity. See acast.…
 
(0:00-23:58) Opening RCST discussing the Big 12 sending a cease and desist letter to ESPN(23:59-31:05) NBA Draft tonight - where will Garrett go? Top of the draft? Trades are coming!(31:06-52:22) Scott Chasen of 247 Sports & Phog.net(52:23-End) Danny Duffy traded & the Royals need to sell, but also a Hosmer return might make sense now…
 
(0:00-22:26) Opening RCST discussing more CFB realignment and what the Big 12 should do (22:27-30:43) NBA Draft talk(30:44-45:12) Rachel Barbeau talks the mental side of sports(45:13-1:00:01) Chris Plank previews Oklahoma, KU Football’s 7th opponent of the season(1:00:02-End) Top 10 Summer Olympic Sports that Derek would die trying to compete in…
 
Modern Iran: Revolutions, Republic and War Iran remains an enigma to most of us in the West: once Persia, a land rich in culture, exoticism and history, but more recently a country embroiled in wars and an Islamic revolution. In this talk, Ali Ansari, Professor of Iranian History at the University of St Andrews, explains why modern Iran has evolved…
 
(0:00-18:30) Opening RCST discussing reports on a Big 12-Pac-12 merger(18:31-42:32) Matt Tait of the LJ World & KUSports.com talks Remy Martin and Big 12 realignment(42:33-53:54) Previewing KU Football opponent Texas Tech with Chris Level(53:55-1:09:38) How much does TV audience matter, will the SEC become a super league, and KU Football talk(1:09:…
 
The Secret World: The Lost History of Intelligence from the Ancient World to the 21st Century What difference have security and intelligence operations made to the course of history? Professor Christopher Andrew, Britain’s foremost intelligence scholar, provides the answers. Beginning with the shift in the ancient world from divination to recognisa…
 
THE BROTHER GARDENERS: BOTANY, EMPIRE AND THE BIRTH OF AN OBSESSION Andrea Wulf tells the story of Philip Miller, Carl Linnaeus, Joseph Banks, David Solander and others who were friends, rivals and enemies united by a passion for plants. In this fascinating talk, history and gardening meet in the telling of the birth of Britain’s green-fingered obs…
 
THE GOLDEN THREAD: HOW FABRIC CHANGED HISTORY From 30,000-year-old threads found in a Georgian cave to the linen wrappings of Tutankhamun’s mummy; from the lace ruffs that infuriated the puritans to the Indian calicoes and chintzes that powered the Industrial Revolution, Kassia St Clair reveals how the continual reinvention of cloth weaves a fascin…
 
CABINET’S FINEST HOUR: THE HIDDEN AGENDA OF MAY 1940 Drawing on documents and minutes of the British War Cabinet meetings of May 1940, former Foreign Secretary Lord Owen reveals the passionate debates within the Cabinet that prevented Britain from seeking a negotiated peace with Nazi Germany. He explains how the post-war denial of the existence of …
 
THE DARKENING AGE: THE CHRISTIAN DESTRUCTION OF THE CLASSICAL WORLD The Roman Empire had been generous in embracing and absorbing new creeds. But with the coming of Christianity, everything changed. This new faith, despite preaching peace, was violent, ruthless and intolerant. Catherine Nixey paints a dark but riveting picture of life at the time o…
 
(0:00-13:53) Opening RCST discussing Jalen Coleman-Lands role and NBA Finals Game 4(13:54-25:00) The key word for Lance Leipold at Big 12 media days: Consistency(25:01-35:31) More on Lance Leipold and KU Football following Big 12 media days(35:32-48:11) Scott Chasen of 247 Sports and Phog.net(48:12-End) Top 10 Worms on National Gummi Worm Day…
 
(0:00-16:34) Opening RCST discussing Travis Kelce’s last name and the MLB All-Star game(16:35-35:41) Jesse Newell of the Kansas City Star talks KU Football and a little KU Basketball(35:42-47:07) Stephen Wiseman of the Herald Sun & News Observer previews KU’s third non-conference opponent, Duke(47:08-56:08) The Open golf picks(56:09-End) David Lesk…
 
The Peasants' Revolt In 1381, England erupted in a violent popular uprising. The Peasants’ Revolt was the biggest armed rebellion against Church and State in English history and for a short time, it looked as if all would be swept before them. Broadcaster and author, Lord Bragg vividly portrays this epic struggle between the powerful and the appare…
 
THE VIKING AGE OF EXPLORATION Dan Snow tells the story of the Viking expansion across the North Atlantic to the New World. What does the archeology tell us? How did they navigate across the vast expanse of ocean and why did they use reindeer droppings as a preservative? Dan Snow has followed the Vikings from Estonia to Newfoundland and here shares …
 
(0:00-21:47) Opening RCST discussing the KC Star story by Jesse Newell about some KU Football players(21:48-27:42) Lance Leipold’s biggest task is fixing KU Football’s culture(27:43-42:42) New segment: Case of the Mondays(42:43-54:59) Max Olson of The Athletic talks KU Football and his over/under achievers article(55:00-End) Voice of South Dakota C…
 
Being an entrepreneur can be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling experiences in one’s life, and it can also be one of the most difficult and frustrating experiences at times. The very special guests on this episode of Sales Chalk Talk are two sisters, Dana Kadwell and Courtney Hopper, who have started and succeeded greatly in three businesses.…
 
THE ASSASSINATION OF JULIUS CAESAR Thanks to Shakespeare, the death of Julius Caesar is the most famous assassination in history. But what actually happened on 15 March 44 BC is even more gripping than Shakespeare’s play. With a fresh perspective, American historian Professor Barry Strauss sheds new light on this fascinating, pivotal and carefully …
 
Henry VIII and the Men who Made Him Henry VIII is well known for his tumultuous relationships with women, but his relationships with the men who surrounded him reveal much about his beliefs, behaviour and character. Tracy Borman provides a new perspective by analysing Henry through the men in his life. His cruelty and ruthlessness are infamous, but…
 
(0:00-16:14) Opening RCST discussing how much Leipold can impact KU Football(16:15-24:15) Impromptu ranking of the top 10 players to wear #11 in KU Basketball history (24:16-43:50) Brandon McAnderson talks KU Football and NBA Finals(43:51-56:17) Kendall McKee goes over the MLB Draft and some options for the Royals on Sunday(56:18-1:07:31) Jon Kirby…
 
WHEN BRITAIN BURNED THE WHITE HOUSE: THE 1814 INVASION OF WASHINGTON In August 1814, the United States’ army was defeated in battle by a British invading force just outside Washington DC. In his compelling style, broadcaster and journalist Peter Snow recounts this unparalleled moment in American history, its far-reaching consequences for both sides…
 
JERUSALEM: THE HOLY CITY AND THE MIDDLE EAST Jerusalem is the universal city, the capital of two peoples, the shrine of three faiths; it is the prize of empires, the site of Judgement Day and the battlefield of today’s clash of civilisations. Best-selling author Simon Sebag Montefiore tells the epic history of 3,000 years of faith, slaughter, fanat…
 
ANCIENT WORLDS Historian and broadcaster Michael Scott takes us on an epic journey of connections over 900 years. Explaining the birth of modern politics in Greece and Rome, the building of great empires, and the rise of great religions, he shows how our human story developed, and why the world exists as it does now. See acast.com/privacy for priva…
 
KISSINGER 1923-1966: THE IDEALIST No American statesman has been as revered and as reviled as Henry Kissinger. Hailed as the ‘indispensable man,’ he has also attracted immense hostility. One of our most renowned historians Professor Niall Ferguson reveals an extraordinary panorama of Kissinger the man: from his Jewish upbringing in Germany to his r…
 
THE SPANISH ARMADA In 1585 Spain was the most powerful empire in the known world. As tensions between Protestant England and Catholic Spain grew, Spain decided to invade England and so launched the Spanish Armada. Sam Willis gives a thrilling account that explains how the English managed to overthrow the Spanish invasion, who the key figures were a…
 
JANE AUSTEN Here the celebrated and best-selling biographer Claire Tomalin marks the 200th anniversary of the death of Jane Austen. Her Life of Jane Austen is unlikely to ever be surpassed. She presents this inimitable writer of some of the best-loved novels of all time as intensely intelligent, sensitive, tough and observant. Unmissable. See acast…
 
EAST-WEST STREET: BACK TO THE 1930’s? Acclaimed international human rights lawyer and winner of the 2016 Baillie Gifford Prize, Philippe Sands, traces the origins of the terms ‘genocide’ and ‘crimes against humanity,’ a journey that took him on a very personal quest to uncover the tragic fate of the Jewish communities in Lviv and the area around it…
 
THE BATTLE OF ISANDLWANA The Battle of Isandlwana in 1879 was one of the most devastating defeats suffered by Britain at the hands of local inhabitants. The incredible Douglas Rattray explains the battle from both sides, highlighting the courage of the desperate British soldiers and the gallantry of the proud Zulu warriors. Our Eurocentric understa…
 
This Sales Chalk Talk may well be the most important hour you’ll spend this year listening to a podcast, because the very special guest is the one and only Ben Gay III, the Living Legend. Ben was among the top sales trainers and motivational speakers who set the stage for so many of us who have followed them. Norman Vincent Peale, Zig Ziglar, Og Ma…
 
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