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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 ...
 
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.
 
Podcasten CHALK TALK by Gymgrossisten är till för dig som är intresserad av Funktionell Fitness och CrossFit. Värdarna och CrossFit-nördarna Josefine Goodwin och Sebastian Avindell gästas av de allra bästa inom sporten, och för samtal om allt som rör träningsupplägg, tävlingssatsningar, kost för prestation och personlig utveckling. Bli inspirerad, utöka din kunskap och få dig samtidigt ett gott skratt. Samtliga avsnitt hittar du där poddar finns! Utgivningsdag: Fredagar Exklusiv partner: Gym ...
 
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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Trident Debate: Britain's Nuclear Deterrent Should Be Consigned to History This is a fierce debate about whether or not Britain should retain her nuclear deterrent. Speaking for the motion are David Edgerton, Professor of Modern British History at King’s College London, and Kate Hudson, General Secretary of CND. Speaking against are Lord Hennessy, …
 
If you run a business that provides services for a specific local area, you have a lot of work to do to make sure that people can find you. Your website, your social media, your email marketing, and everything you do needs to be targeted to your ideal client. The very special guest on this episode of The Sales Chalk Talk Show is digital marketing e…
 
The Islamic Enlightenment: The Modern Struggle Between Faith and Reason The Muslim world has often been accused of failing to modernise, reform and adapt. But, from the beginning of the nineteenth century to the present day, Islamic society in its Middle Eastern heartlands has in fact been transformed by modern ideals and practices. Acclaimed autho…
 
Boots on the Ground: Britain and Her Army Since 1945 In May 1945, the German High Command surrendered to the Allies on Lüneberg Heath. Seventy years later, the British Army finally left their garrisons next to the Heath. General the Lord Dannatt, former Chief of General Staff, follows the compelling story of the British Army since then, tracing Br…
 
Socrates in Love: The Making of a Philosopher Socrates was the philosopher who gave birth to the European tradition of philosophical thought. Yet his trial and death are better known than his life story. Professor Armand D’Angour explores Socrates’ early years revealing what - and who - inspired him to become a philosopher. What emerges is the figu…
 
Was Hitler a Popular Dictator? In this talk for junior schools, Chris Culpin shows how Hitler disdained democracy and thereby defeated his political opponents leaving “One people, one nation, one leader”. Was he popular? He was certainly successful as there was no opposition, nor opposition newspapers. This was partly through fear but also as a res…
 
(0:00-18:45) Opening RCST discussing KU Football following their 17-14 win over South Dakota(18:46-36:10) Matt Tait of the LJ World & KUSports.com discusses KU Football(36:11-50:16) Case of the (Tuesday’s)(50:17-1:05:40) Kevin Flaherty of 247 Sports talks Big 12 Football(1:05:41-End) Derek’s Deep Thoughts: KU Football edition…
 
Secret Pigeon Service: Operation Columba, Resistance & the Struggle to Liberate Occupied Europe Between 1941 and 1944, sixteen thousand pigeons were dropped as part of ‘Columba’ – a secret British operation to bring back intelligence from those living under Nazi occupation. Gordon Corera, Security Correspondent for BBC news, tells a dramatic and tr…
 
The Big Bad Glossies With a career that has spanned 30 years at the most senior levels of Condé Nast International, no one is better placed to give an insider view of the world of the glossy magazine than Nicholas Coleridge, at the time, Chairman of Condé Nast Britain. In this talk, he combines anecdote and scholarship to review The Glossy Years …
 
Marjorie Clark with the SOE in Italy Tim Clark and Nick Cook, co-authors of Monopoli Blues, talk to Tim’s mother, former SOE/FANY wireless operator, Marjorie Clark, about her wartime experiences and those of her husband Bob, whom she met when they served with the SOE in Italy. Part tale of derring-do, part wartime romance, it is also the story of T…
 
Empress Dowager Cixi Best-selling author of Wild Swans, Jung Chang gives a panoramic depiction of the birth of modern China and an intimate portrait of the most important woman in Chinese history. One of the Emperor’s concubines, she launched a palace coup to become the Empress Dowager Cixi, the absolute ruler of a third of the world’s population w…
 
(0:00-19:01) Opening RCST discussing possible Big 12 expansion(19:02-34:56) Brandon McAnderson, former KU Orange Bowl winning RB and member of the Jayhawk Radio Network(34:57-1:06:29) KU Football Offensive Line preview(1:06:30-1:16:03) You’re Not That Guy Pal(1:16:04-End) Voice of the Jayhawks Brian Hanni talks KU Football…
 
Elizabeth I: A Study in Insecurity In the popular imagination Elizabeth I is the symbol of monarchical power, the Virgin Queen who ruled over a Golden Age. But the image is as much armour against reality as it is a reflection of the truth. Dr Helen Castor shows England’s iconic queen in a revealing new light, shaped by profound insecurity that was …
 
1944 at Highclere Castle In 1944 Highclere Castle was a home for child evacuees; General Patton arrived for lunch in June; whilst two P-38 planes crashed just above the Castle whilst practising for D-Day. The Land Girls and retired estate workers were on the farm and in the kitchen gardens - Dig for Victory was part of the survival plan. Fiona Carn…
 
If you’d like to connect and establish know, like, and trust with an ever-increasing group of people, podcasting may well be a vehicle that enables you to do that. Of course, whether podcasting helps you do that or not depends on how good a show you put out there. Today’s very special guest on The Sales Chalk Talk Show podcast is podcast expert and…
 
D-Day The Allied invasion of Europe involved years of painstaking preparation and mind-boggling logistics, including orchestrating the largest flotilla of ships ever assembled. In addition to covering the Allies’ build-up to the invasion, Peter Caddick-Adams examines the German preparations: the formidable Atlantikwall and Field Marshal Erwin Romme…
 
(0:00-15:06) Opening RCST talking about Daniel Lynch and the Royals future as well as the Big 12’s COVID-policy(15:07-18:10) Steve Cohen’s tweet(18:11-34:59) Jesse Newell of the Kansas City Star(35:00-49:53) LHS Football preview with Matt Llewellyn and head coach Clint Bowen(49:54-End) Further previewing LHS with Bethany Bowman of Sports in Kansas…
 
A History of Sporting Genius Why are some touched with sporting greatness? What is it that lifts mortal men to achieve sporting pinnacles? And why is it that so many sporting greats are also touched with self-destruction? In this discussion, we were thrilled to bring together three experts and a passionate observer to delve deep into the lives and …
 
What would it be like to lose your sight, or your hearing, or your mobility, and your ability to do the things you’ve always done in the way you’ve always done them? The answer to that question depends on how resilient you are! Today’s guest on The Sales Chalk Talk Show is an exceptionally resilient and successful gentleman, Chad E. Foster! Althoug…
 
This Orient Isle: Elizabethan England and the Islamic World Professor Jerry Brotton turns his expert eye to Elizabeth I’s little-known relationship with the Islamic world, following her excommunication by the Pope in 1570. He reveals that England’s relations with the Muslim world were far more extensive than has ever been appreciated and that their…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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