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Everyone has those difficult blank moments sometimes. Whether in your personal life, career, relationship, or in a public situation, writer's block, social anxiety, imposter syndrome, being off-form or having an identity crisis can affect anyone at any time. It's part of the human condition and yet it can throw us off course and make us feel helpless. Giles Paley-Phillips and Jim Daly host an informal, insightful podcast in which they chat to well-known people from comedy, acting, writing, b ...
 
Andy Daly (Comedy Central's Review) and Matt Gourley (Superego) spent months sifting through podcast pilots to curate this collection of noteworthy efforts. Together they’ll bring you pilots submitted by a beloved cowboy poet, a satanist game show host and many more. All of these would-be podcasters have, oddly enough, taken advantage of the open door policy on Comedy Bang Bang, but there is so much more to discover about each and every one of them.
 
The Daly Dose Sports Podcast is a look at the world of sports through the eyes of sports writer Clint Daly. A former basketball coach and host of the Daly Dose radio show heard in Denver, CO. Clint will guide you through the latest sports news and give you his unique opinion on today’s top stories. Sarcastic, irreverent, and insightful, the Daly Dose Sports Podcast will inform and entertain you with every episode.
 
A podcast by a Surinamese photography & technology enthusiast laying bare some things that are on his mind. Hosted by Clay Daly the co-founder and co-host of Cybrcast. Can find more at http://CWDaly.com. Tune in to this infrequent, possibly rant laden solo (maybe a guest on occasion) podcast. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/through-my-lens-with-clay-daly/support
 
The Unscripted Podcast is HOSTED BY NELL DALY. Nationally Recognized PSYCHOTHERAPIST, TV COMMENTATOR and JOURNALIST NELL DALY answers questions about relationships, health, business and human motivation by giving CREDIBLE real-life advice and practical tips to the listener through DARING conversations with: celebs, writes, disruptors, comedians, doctors, feminists (for sure), the famous, the not so famous, the girl next door and your everyman. Filmed live from the Teachable Studios in NYC, y ...
 
Under The Radar blows your F**CKING MIND! Actually, it's a quick podcast every Friday showcasing some of the amazing musicians that make up Canada's thriving music scene. We talk about how the bands got their start, their influences, the music scene & industry in general, and basically just try to promote the sh!t out of talent. Me? I speaky words good at a Rock Station in Timmins, Ontario. For more info or to get in touch hit me up on twitter @DalyRy. Thanks for listening & be sure to subsc ...
 
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A special episode to announcement to let you guys know that we have written a book! It's called Blank: Why it's Fine to Falter and Fail, And How To Pick Yourself Up Again and it's OUT NOW!!! We are joined by Celine Hughes, our fantastic Senior Commissioning Editor from Quadrille Publishing, who has published the book to talk about why they acquired…
 
Shalom aleichem. The days following Jesus persecution, death and resurrection were tumultuous. Jesus’ friends and devout followers must have been devastated and grieving. In our Gospel reading this week from John 20:19-31, we hear of the disciples locked in a room because they were afraid of the Temple authorities—so the local troubles continue. Su…
 
Another fantastic reminder from John Maxwell's Daily Reader - all about Embracing Responsibility. This is something I know I have to do and I know there are plenty of other people out there that this would help too. It's all part of an everyday attack for me on simply trying to get better. I've known about this for such a long time, but only recent…
 
Nick Offerman is an actor, comedian, writer and professional woodworker. Best known for his TV roles in Parks and Recreations, Devs and Fargo and films including We're the Mill, 21 Jump Street and The Lego Movie. We talked to Nick from his house in the hills of LA about his love of writer Wendell Berry, his journey into acting from his rural home i…
 
Earlier this week I found myself recording some thoughts that I wanted to get out there to everyone. Well, add a few distractions around our house and I found myself putting this off. But, like the title says... We all got issues. In listening to Gary Vee's podcast. Everyone sucks too is something he reminds us about that truth. Nobody is perfect. …
 
Repeated US invasions, years of US occupation and the frontline of the fight against ISIS… Iraq is a country that has suffered some of the most severe consequences of foreign interference in the Middle East Clare and Mick spent the past week in Iraq, meeting key decision makers on the ground, listening to them and learning more about the challenges…
 
Jesus Christ is risen today! The tomb where he lay is empty. On that first Easter morning Mary comes to the tomb while it is still dark. She sees that the stone has been rolled away and she draws the conclusion that Jesus has been taken. Running to Peter and that beloved disciple, she shares her concern. Upon her return to the tomb Jesus appears to…
 
Palm Sunday Jesus resolves to ride into Jerusalem and expose himself publicly, even though he realizes the dangers he will face since the Jewish leaders have been clamouring for his arrest. From the Roman Governor’s view, this was a dangerous time to keep peace and order with the impending Jewish Passover festival and the last thing the Roman autho…
 
Deborah Frances-White is a comedian, author and screenwriter who is founder of the Guilty Feminist comedy network, which help multiple charities, especially relating to refugees and/or human rights. She hosts the podcasts Global Pillage and The Guilty Feminist and is a prominent voice in the fight for equality. Deborah chats to Giles and Jim about …
 
Found a few things to share with you that have been on my mind as of late. So many things that we can get sucked into very easily, that we need to let go of. There needs to be a time that we catch ourselves from going down these negativity trails & rabbit holes - which will save us so much grief and troubles. It's not easy, but it's totally worth i…
 
Gotta find some time to renew, an hour or a week - we all need to find that time to recharge, re-think, renew and just make ourselves better. When we invest in ourselves - we can be better for others too. It's a decision, a choice that we have to make. In the evening. During a weekend or take a half day off of work and go do something that you real…
 
We’ve got something a little different for you this week. Justin Podur, Associate Professor at York University's Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change, is joining Mick and Clare to discuss the recent agricultural reforms and the farmer’s protests that they have provoked in India. See more of Justin’s work including his Anti Empire Podcast on hi…
 
Tamzin Merchant is an actor and writer best known for her roles in 2005's Pride and Prejudice, The Tudors and most recently Amazon Prime's Carnival Row alongside Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne. Her first book for children 'The Hatmakers' came out in February 2021 with Puffin Books. We talked to Tamzin about the inspiration around her new book an…
 
A recent Facebook live video gave me the idea to share it with you to start off this week (or any week you listen to this show). A recent John O'Leary podcast - brought up how to recover from grief & that we all have it in our lives. It was brought up in the show - we all die and throughout life, we will all experience heart break. It's a very powe…
 
During the Jewish feast of Passover, some Greeks arrive in town and approach Philip. They come with a request that the disciples must have fielded many times during Jesus's ministry. Had they traveled all the way to Jerusalem just to ask their question? "Sir, we would like to see Jesus." Philip shares their request with Andrew, and together they te…
 
This week China has hit back at EU sanctions by sanctioning some members of the European Parliament Committee on Human Rights. Mick and Clare give us the inside story on what is happening there and go in-depth about the EU’s invoking of human rights where and when it suits them. They’re also talking about vaccine passports and EU exports of banned …
 
Found a great article full of reminders about why we need to create a Love of Learning in our life - not just in our career, but in every day we have. These 7 lessons offer so many great reminders. Check out the article here: https://www.payscale.com/career-news/2018/08/7-reasons-cultivate-a-love-of-learning Thanks for listening. Please take a few …
 
Vicky McClure is a Bafta award-winning actress and presenter. Best known for her roles as DI Kate Fleming BBC's Line of Duty and Lol in Shane Meadows This Is England film and subsequent series on Channel 4. In 2019 she made a very personal documentary called Our Dementia Choir, which showed the powerful and positive impact music has on those with a…
 
Had to connect again with how we can update ourselves all throughout our lives. Our operating system needs to be invested in... all the time. Thanks for listening. Please take a few moments to subscribe & share this with someone, also leave a 5 Star rating on Apple Podcasts and ITunes or other services where you find this show. Find me on Facebook:…
 
Got a little bit of an idea recently from listening to Gary Vee - he mentioned something about him having his operating system for his life & I got connected to that concept right away. He mentioned some things that really got me fired up. Part of his operating system connects with what I need more of in mine. Compassion, kindness, empathy are just…
 
In our post-paddy’s day episode Mick and Clare are giving us the lowdown on all things Austria. There’s also talk of pastures closer to home and the Irish government’s failure to “green” their agricultural policies as well as the farmers in India taking to the streets in some of the biggest protests in history. Also on the agenda: vaccines (what el…
 
The passage from John‘s gospel that we hear this week begins in the midst of Jesus’ nighttime conversation with Nicodemus. Nicodemus has gone to Jesus because of a deep yearning. What do I need to do to be closer to God? To be right with God? How can I have more meaning in my life? Though he was a religious leader, something was lacking. He was edu…
 
Miranda Raison is an actor known for her many theatre, television and film roles, with an extensive back catalogue of performances, including appearances on Spooks, Doctor Who, Silk and Spotless on Canal+ amongst others. She spoke to Giles and Jim about getting into acting, expanding into voice over work, speaking French and by association Jim's te…
 
Starting off the week with a little "attitude" - it's got to be the right attitude. We have to make the decision to keep working on things that help us in our lives. Our attitude in how we take on our troubles and issues, makes all the difference. It's really a decision we have to make in order to make the best choices we can, each and every day. I…
 
One of the many things that the world doesn't need more of - are more hacks. Alan Stein Jr., in his book "Raise Your Game" brings us some great reminders about what being a hack is all about. It's cutting corners & not putting in the work into things that are part of our lives. The fundamentals still matter and it sees that fewer and fewer people a…
 
This week, the US, EU states and others came together to block a petition by over 80 developing countries to lift patents on vaccines at the World Trade Organisation. Rich countries delivering yet another blow to global health... That’s not all Mick and Clare are sounding off about, they’re also talking about the European Parliament decision to wai…
 
Mathew Horne is a British actor, comedian, and writer. Best known for his work with Catherine Tate and for playing Gavin in Gavin and Stacey, Mathew has been a prolific stage and screen actor, most recently playing Raymond in Rain Man. We talked to Mathew about his career where he initially started in comedy whilst studying at Manchester University…
 
This morning we hear a story from John’s gospel that takes place in a courtyard the size of a football field. This is part of a complex of temple buildings that are beautifully crafted of the finest materials. It is in outer courtyard that we hear about the merchants selling animals for sacrifice. There are also the moneychangers who are changing m…
 
In this week’s Gospel reading from Mark, Jesus predicts his death for the first time. “The Son of Man must undergo great suffering,” Jesus tells his disciples quite plainly. He must “be rejected by the elders, the chief priests, and the scribes, and be killed, and after three days rise again.” Standing on this side of resurrection history, we too e…
 
Got some great lessons from a friend - Tricia Miller - recently as she and her family have been going through some tough times. Now, I totally realize that there haven't been many that have not been going through tough times - but this show is about the lessons she shared with me that I thought were valuable enough to share with you. All of them co…
 
The vaccine rollout is all anyone is talking about at the moment and Mick and Clare are no exception. They give us the inside scoop on what’s happening at EU level and why the UK’s relative success with the rollout is an argument for stronger public healthcare systems. Then back on the EU tour where the next pitstop is… Estonia. Mick and Clare take…
 
Amazing post I saw from Alan Stein Jr., where he mentioned that it's been reported that we have 50,000 thoughts a day and how many of yours are positive? Wow! When I started thinking about that - it's not as many as I know I need to have, that's for sure. It got me thinking about trying to catch myself more when I started going negative & to do som…
 
The first stop on Clare and Mick’s virtual whirlwind tour of the EU member states is… The Czech Rep- ahem Czechia… What’s going on in Czech politics? who have they got in the European Parliament? and what on earth is a pirate party? Then on to discussions of China, new EU sanctions on Venezuela, and the carbon “bootprint” of the military sector…
 
Troy Townsend is Head of Development for Kick It Out, football's quality and inclusion organisation. A key part of Troy's work is addressing gaps in representation across all areas of the game and includes delivering equality and diversity workshops to English Football League (EFL) and scholars with the League Football Education (LFE). We talked to…
 
Super & powerful message from John O'Leary over the weekend about how the little things, are not so little. They really are the important ones. They are the foundation to our lives & when we focus on these and keep working on them and ourselves, that's when BIG things start to happen. Keep this in mind as we start off today, this week and every day…
 
Fabulous reminder from Jon Gordon that I wanted to share with you today - "One person in pursuit of excellence raises the standards of everyone around them. Be that one person today. Strive to be your best and inspire others to be their best." I saw this on Twitter & it really hit me that if we all look to raise our game, try our best, work to get …
 
On this first Sunday of Lent our reading from Mark’s gospel is about a long and treacherous stint in the wilderness. Unlike his counterparts, Matthew and Luke, Mark offers his readers no colourful details about Jesus’s experience in the wilderness. We don’t learn what the specific temptations were, or how Jesus responded to them. Mark doesn’t even …
 
It has been said that Science teachers never tire of that moment when a student first looks into a microscope. What had seemed like nothing more than a speck of dirt, suddenly becomes something full of colour, patterns and interest. That student will never look at things the same way again; in that moment everything now has the potential to be more…
 
Jill Halfpenny is one of the most recognisable faces on British TV. Her notable roles include Rebecca Hopkins in ITV soap opera Coronation Street; Kate Mitchell in BBC One soap opera EastEnders; Izzie Redpath in Waterloo Road; and Diane Manning in In The Club. She won the second series of the television dance contest Strictly Come Dancing in 2004. …
 
I saw this on Twitter and I wanted to get it out there. We all have 5 Choices for just about everything we do. We can choose to be bad at doing it, or average, good, great or to be elite in doing it. It's amazing as to what we can do every day to do things to the best of our ability. If it's in the bad or average range, guess what? We can try again…
 
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