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AMK Morgon 27 april  

Gäster: Petter Bristav, Ola Aurell, Adrian Boberg, Thomas Eriksson.
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Vi börjar prata om de stora maskotdräkterna som anställda går runt på Disneyland med. När det ska göras reklam på gatorna i USA har de på sig såna dräkter, och sån reklam tycker vi bäst om. Petter börjar prata om den underjordiska hemliga baren på Disneyland - finns en sån eller inte? Vi hittar ett klipp där det bland Disneypersonalen sker en skandal, när de andra figurerna förgriper sig på Mimmi Pigg:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=iJaFN2S3od8

Hur lätt har Thomas det att få jobb på Disneyland, Astrid Lindgrens Värld och Junibacken? Han har ändå lök på sitt CV. Adrian fortsätter berätta om Joypolis (entertainment center) i Japan, och vi har skoj åt hur Ola Aurells namn blir på spanska. Ola säger att det är mångaanglofiler i Mexiko, och Martin blir säker på att det görs många mariachi-covers på Beatles-låtar. Och han hade rätt:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=b1dI22o0UOI
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1WzGZ7vLac8

På samma sätt som det skapas ordvitsar i Göteborg skapas det smeknamn i Skara. Petter förklarar hur det går till. När vi fått lära oss de skaraborgska anledningarna funderar vi kring anledningarna bakom indiannamnen, och vi önskar lite grann att det en dag visar sig att alla de smeknamnen var rakt igenom sarkastiska.

Adrian vill fortsätta prata om Japan, och vi lyssnar. Adrian, Petter och Martin som alla varit i Japan berättar om varför karaoke är det absolut roligaste du kan göra. Sen kommer vi in på rullbandsmat och tror att det här bara förekommer i Japan - men det är tydligare mycket vanligare i Sverige än vad vi trodde. Restaurangerna heter saker som:
http://www.gp.se/livsstil/krog/super-rullband-1.89356
https://www.instagram.com/p/4tzjQCENuE/

Adrian var uppe tidigt i Japan för att ta en nummerlapp till en ramenrestaurang. Sen går han ut och hamnar mitt i en musikvideoinspelning. Det får oss att diskutera hur många de kan bli i ett band. Hur många får vara med i Dolly Style, Hoffmeastro, Slipknot och Wu-Tang Clan?

Vi pratar om den numera genom tiderna mest delade videon i Sverige. Petter vägrar tro att den är fake, och Adrian blir helt slut av att folk filmar vad som helst för pengar. Görs nationella versioner av videon, och vad säger pojken isåfall?
http://emanuelkarlsten.se/04/arets-mest-virala-video-men-ar-den-fejk-och-vem-har-gjort-den/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+EmanuelsRandanmrkningar+%28Emanuels+randanm%C3%A4rkningar%29&utm_content=FaceBook

Emil i chatten gissar skojfullt på nåt mer som Petter inte skulle kunna tro på. Det visade sig att han var mitt i prick, och bilden av Petter förändras. Rent naturligt kommer vi in på ämnet catfishing, och det visar sig att Thomas också blivit catfishad - i sju månader! Vi tror att Mårten Andersson är nån som lätt skulle kunna bli catfishad, särskilt om det var av Måns Möller. Vi snackar om den stackars killen som blev catfishad i sex år då han trodde att han var tillsammans med Katy Perry, och vi läser Katy Perrys kommentar om saken:
http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/katy-perry-catfish-spencer-morrill-nev-schulman-max-joseph-mtv-a7209611.html

Vi pratar om Zlatans video han la ut igår, som gav oss rysningar. Den gav oss också lite skratt, för vi tyckte att han såg ut som Tottenham-tuppen när han gjorde illa knäet på planen:
http://pbs.twimg.com/media/C98WkqWWsAEPQll.jpg

Vi delar med oss av våra erfarenheter att sortera alla sina kvitton inför mötet med revisor. Vi blir påminda om att Thomas är vigselförrättare, och vi skrattar åt Björn Ranelid som inte fick bli det:
http://www.dn.se/kultur-noje/bjorn-ranelid-far-inte-bli-vigselforrattare-i-simrishamns-kommun-ingen-annan-har-nagonsin-gjort-mer-reklam-for-osterlen/
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Låtarna som spelades var:

Jamie xx - Gosh

Beatles Mariachillout - Yellow Submarine

Beatles Mariachillout - Don’t Let Me Down

Beatles Mariachillout - A Hard Day’s Night

Beatles Mariachillout - Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

Beatles Mariachillout - Across the Universe

Natalie Imbruglia - Torn

Alla låtar finns i AMK Morgons spellista här:
https://open.spotify.com/user/ratzattack/playlist/6ALIQSLm570Iw0M4A9bElJ
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Discópolis 9731 - Adrian Vogel - 25/04/17  

Entrevistamos a Adrian Vogel para presentar su libro Bikinis, fútbol y Rock & Roll, Crónica pop bajo el franquismo sociológico (1950-1077) con prólogo de El Gran Wyoming. Wyoming terminó la carrera de medicina y Adrian se quedó en medio porque la música le arrastró. Primero la radio y luego la industria. Adrian empezó como becario con el Mariscal Romero y estuvo en varias emisoras hasta recalar en 1977 en Radio Nacional de España en el programa Para vosotros jóvenes. Luego entró en CBS donde ocupó diversos puestos durante quince años. Hablamos de todo ello y de las diferencias que hay entre trabajar en una multinacional y ser tú el dueño de un sello independiente. Adrian habla mucho y solo nos da tiempo a escuchar tres temas Itsi Bitsi, petit bikini (Dalida), Ayer tuve un sueño Los Pasos) y Amor Amargo (Dúo Dinámico). Surgen anécdotas sobre Supertramp, Leonard Cohen, el sello Atlantic y alguna discrepancia que podéis descubrir escuchando el programa.


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095: Adrian (@AdeyF69) – Why it pays to be relentlessly process driven, and when stats count  

For this episode, the trader who I had the opportunity to speak with, and who you’re about to hear from, is Adrian—or @AdeyF69 on Twitter.

Adrian was a pro sailor for almost two decades, but for the past six years, he’s been on dry land, taking an income from financial markets as an independent day trader.

Adrian primarily trades the Bund and the DAX, though he initially started out in foreign exchange. His trading strategy is influenced by support and resistance areas, volume profiling, order flow, and stats.

After talking about how Adrian’s survived storms at sea, torturous sleeping patterns, and run-ins with pirates, we spend a fair amount of time discussing; how Adrian uses stats and some things to watch out for, and why it pays to be process driven.

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#102 Story mapping & analytics with Adrian Howard & Mike Beasley  

Interviews with Adrian Howard and Mike Beasley recorded at UXLx 2015. Adrian regularly teaches and speaks on integrating Lean, UX and Agile methods and Mike is the author of Practical Web Analytics for User Experience. First we talk to Adrian about story mapping and learn about the differences between story mapping and journey mapping as well […]

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#102 Story mapping & analytics with Adrian Howard & Mike Beasley  

Interviews with Adrian Howard and Mike Beasley recorded at UXLx 2015. Adrian regularly teaches and speaks on integrating Lean, UX and Agile methods and Mike is the author of Practical Web Analytics for User Experience. First we talk to Adrian about story mapping and learn about the differences between story mapping and journey mapping as well […]

The post #102 Story mapping & analytics with Adrian Howard & Mike Beasley appeared first on UX Podcast.

“Exotic” Adrian Street Sits Down With X-Pac – AfterBuzz TV’s X-Pac 12360 Ep. #32  

“Exotic” Adrian Street joins X-Pac in studio for a brand new episode of X-Pac 12360! X-Pac talks to Adrian Street about bringing all aspects of his artistry into Wrestling, making costumes since he was 3 years old, his legacy and more on today’s X-Pac 12360. About The Show: Sean “X-Pac” Waltman, and Co-founder of AfterBuzz […]

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Decline and Fall; Adrian Mole turns 50; Hollie McNish  

As Evelyn Waugh's classic first novel Decline and Fall has been made into a new BBC television series starring Jack Whitehall, we speak to its adapter James Wood and literary critic Suzi Feay and discuss how Waugh's distinctive but potentially offensive brand of satire plays for a modern audience. Sunday 2 April 2017 is the 50th birthday of Adrian Mole, diarist, poet and would be novelist. In 1982 Leicester-born Sue Townsend took the publishing world by storm with her first book, The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4 and became the best-selling author of the 1980s, with follow up volumes until her death in 2014. Adrian's poems are now published together in one volume, Adrian Mole the Collected Poems. Radio 4's Poet in Residence Daljit Nagra reads and discusses them with Stig. A new touring play Offside focuses on the beautiful game and puts women centre stage. Poet Hollie McNish, who co-wrote the play, joins director Caroline Bryant to discuss their depiction of women, football, race, sexuality, and the politics of the sport across the centuries. This year Australian artist Patricia Piccinini drew bigger crowds that any contemporary artist worldwide. While the Tate Modern in London remains the most popular modern and contemporary art museum in the world. Facts revealed this week as The Art Newspaper publishes its annual museum and exhibitions visitor surveys. Javier Pes, the papers' editor in chief, talks us through the results. Presenter: Stig Abell Producer: Ella-mai Robey.

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Episode 171: Adrian Chen  

Adrian Chen is a freelance journalist who has written for The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, and Wired. His latest article is "Unfollow," about a former member of the Westboro Baptist Church.

“Twitter and social media get such a bad rep for being full of hate and trolls. And, you know, a lot of the stories I’ve written have probably bolstered that stereotype. I think a lot of people have a lot of anxiety and ambivalence about social media even though they love it—they’re on it all the time—and they’re kind of thinking of it as a vice, as something they should be ashamed of, as bad. But this is a very clear win. It's not some abstract thing you could never measure. No, it’s like, [social media] really did cause her to leave the church.”

Thanks to MailChimp, Casper, Squarespace, Mack Weldon, and Howl.fm for sponsoring this week's episode.

Show Notes:

@AdrianChen Longform Podcast #13: Adrian Chen Chen on Longform [5:00] "Unfollow" (The New Yorker • Nov 2015) [24:00] "The Agency" (The New York Times Magazine • June 2015) [37:00] "Don't Be a Stranger" (The New Inquiry • Feb 2013) [37:00] "The Laborers Who Keep Dick Pics And Beheadings Out Of Your Facebook Feed" (Wired • Oct 2014) [42:00] "The Troll Hunters" (MIT Technology Review• Dec 2014) [48:00] Vote for your favorite articles of the year in Longform's Best of 2015 Readers' Poll

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1,024 - Dealing With a Crisis  

Busy, busy, busy! There’s always some problem that needs solving at work. Find out how to talk about it in English in this episode.

Slow Dialog: 1:13
Explanation: 3:10
Fast Dialog: 15:05

Teresa: Hey, where are you going? We have a meeting in 10 minutes.

Adrian: I’m sorry. I’m going to have to postpone. I’m in the middle of putting out fires and I’ve had to clear my schedule to deal with the latest crisis.

Teresa: Can I help?

Adrian: I wish you could. With the new layoffs, I feel like I’m being pulled in several directions at once. As soon as I feel like I’m making headway with one problem, I get another thrown at me.

Teresa: I know exactly what you mean. I always feel like it’s crunch time around here because we’re so shorthanded.

Adrian: I’m so tired of everything being urgent all the time and needing attention ASAP. I long for the days when projects had timelines and people followed them. I’ve got to go.

Teresa: Hey, when are we going to have that meeting?

Adrian: As soon as things quiet down.

Teresa: When will that be?

Adrian: I’ll let you know as soon as the latest disaster has been averted.

Script by Dr. Lucy Tse

34: Adrian Saville of Cannon Asset Managers  

Adrian Saville has been involved in the investment management industry since 1994, when he formed an investment vehicle which later led him to establish BayHill Capital Advisors (in 1998), the forerunner to Cannon Asset Managers. Adrian is an executive director and Chief Investment Officer of Cannon Asset Managers. He has experience in managing all of the major asset classes, including equities, bonds, property, cash and derivative instruments. Adrian's qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree (cum laude) and M.Com (cum laude) from the University of Natal. He completed his PhD (Econ) at the University of Natal in 1997, for which he was awarded the Economics Society of South Africa's Founders Medal. He is a UNESCO laureate and a matriculant of Linacre College (Oxford). Alongside his career in asset management, Adrian holds a Visiting Professorship in Economics and Finance at the Gordon Institute of Business Science. He has published widely in peer-reviewed journals and books, and is a member of the Investment Analysts Society and Economics Society of South Africa.

Rogue's Gallery - Phyllis Adrian Is Missing (06-29-47)  


Phyllis Adrian Is Missing (Aired June 29, 1947)
Rogue's Gallery came to the Mutual network on September 27, 1945 with Dick Powell portraying Richard Rogue, a private detective who invariably ended up getting knocked out each week and spending his dream time in acerbic conversation with his subconscious self, Eugor. Rogue's Gallery was, in a sense, Dick Powell's rehearsal for Richard Diamond, Private Detective. Powell played private detective Richard Rogue, who trailed luscious blondes, protected witness, and did whatever else detectives do to make a living. It was a good series, though not destined to make much of a mark. Under the capable direction of Dee Englebach and accompanied by the music of Leith Stevens, Powell floated through his lines with the help of such competents as Lou Merrill, Gerald Mohr, Gloria Blondell, Tony Barrett, and Lurene Tuttle. Peter Leeds played Rogue's friend Eugor, an obscure play on names with Eugor spelling Rogue backwards. THIS EPISODE: June 29, 1947. "Phyllis Adrian Is Missing" - NBC network, KFI, Los Angeles aircheck. Sponsored by: Fitch's Shampoo, Quinoil Hair Tonic, Fitch's Skin Pep After Shave. "Bullet" ball point pen premium (made from a genuine .30 caliber bullet). Richard Rogue is hired by Howard Adrian to find his missing wife Phyllis. Barry Sullivan, Peter Leeds, Gerald Mohr, Lurene Tuttle, Edwin Max, Charles Vanda (producer, director), Jim Doyle (announcer), Doug Hayes (writer). 29:52. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


1. Les âmes simples de Pierre Adrian  

Pierre Adrian pour son deuxième grand récit de voyage « Des âmes simples » (Equateurs/Littérature). Les âmes simples, ce sont les habitants de la vallées d’Aspe, au cœur des Pyrénées près de la frontière espagnole, ces gens ordinaires que le frère Pierre, seul, va visiter, écouter, et parfois consoler. Ceux qui croient ou qui ne croient « Parce qu’on ne peut plus faire comme si les gens avaient la foi », dira-t-il au jeune Pierre Adrian qui l’accompagne dans ses tournées, entre cimes enneigées et sombres fonds de vallée. Les âmes simples sont ces vies enfouies, les sans-voix d’un monde rural digne et oublié. Après la « Piste Pasolini » (Prix des Deux–Magots et Prix François Mauriac de l’Académie française), Pierre Adrian signe son deuxième grand roman, témoignage puissant et poétique sur les territoires oubliés et les vides existentiels de notre époque.  

#CN015 – Adrián Groba, responsable de ventas en QNAP España  

Hoy nos acompaña Adrián Groba, responsable de ventas en QNAP España. Hablamos del pasado, presente y futuro de la compañía.

Puedes encontrar todos los enlaces del episodio aquí: #CN015 – Adrián Groba, responsable de ventas en QNAP España donde también puedes dejarme tu comentario.

The Cosmos  

Does space go on for ever? Are there infinitely many stars? These are some of the questions Adrian Moore explores in the eighth episode in his series about philosophical thought concerning the infinite. With the help of the theories of the Ancient Greeks through to those of modern cosmologists, Adrian examines the central question of whether our universe is finite or infinite. For most of us, looking up at the stars gives us a sense of infinity but, as Adrian discovers, there is a strong body of opinion which suggests that space is finite, albeit unbounded. This is a difficult idea to grasp, but by inviting us to think of ourselves as ants, astrophysics professor Jo Dunkley attempts explain it. Adrian also tackles the idea of the expanding universe and the logic that leads cosmologists to argue that it all started with a big bang, and may all end with a big crunch. Finally, we discover from cosmologist John Barrow how the appearance of an infinity in scientists' calculations sends them straight back to the drawing board. The infinite, which the Ancient Greeks found so troubling, has lost none of its power to disturb. A Juniper production for BBC Radio 4.

Crisis and Uncertainty  

Adrian Moore's series on philosophical thought on infinity finds him mired in a near meltdown in mathematics. In episode 7, Adrian tells the story of the controversy caused by the work of the German mathematician, Georg Cantor, on the infinite. In a world of paradoxes, we meet the nun who cannot decide whether to pray for herself. Her dilemma is beautifully explained by Marcus Giaquinto, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at UCL, in conversation with Adrian. And we find out how an associated paradox, first posed by one of the giants of twentieth century philosophy, Bertrand Russell, devastated the career of another German mathematician and philosopher. The arguments of the early twentieth century no longer plague modern mathematics in the way that they did. As Adrian explains however, by subjecting the infinite to formal scrutiny, mathematicians have ended up confronting puzzles at the very heart of their discipline. A Juniper production for BBC Radio 4.

The Mathematics of the Infinitely Small  

Having looked at the infinite in philosophical and theological terms, it's time to view it through the lens of mathematics. In the fifth programme in his series, Adrian Moore introduces us to the pivotal role mathematics has played in the quest to understand the infinite. He begins by enlisting the help of very modern technology and considering the real question put by an 11 year old boy - what is zero divided by zero? That's the trigger for Adrian's investigation of the calculus - the tool we use to reckon with very small quantities. It plays a huge part in many aspects of modern-day design, medicine and statistical work, but what is less well-known is the seventeenth century row between two eminent scientists as to who actually invented it. Adrian meets science writer, Brian Clegg, to find out about the race to claim credit. It didn't just cause a storm at its inception - we hear about the disagreements that dogged the calculus's early days, with the church too getting involved in the disputes about the infinitely small. But as Adrian discovers, the quest to understand the infinite has left us with a branch of mathematics of unparalleled importance. A Juniper production for BBC Radio 4.

Episode 241 - Adrian Hour  

Dominik Eulberg - Mimikry The Reason Y - Sunwaves Green Velvet - Flash (Eats Everything Remix) dave_sinner-zero Dave Angel - Power Adrian Hour - happening FANGO - Vena Cava Ben Klock remix -Minimalism_A1_Ben_Klock_Remix_ Jewel_Kid_-_Sketch Adrian Hour - That's it Bastian Bux - Linna feat. Anon Thomas Schumacher - Ficken #3 (Dubspeeka Remix) Flug_-_Oscillators Adrian Hour - Connected

Adrian & Nina Hoffmann, Abenteurer - 28.06.2016  

Mal keine Termine, mal keine nervigen Anrufe, einfach mal keine Verpflichtungen. Nina und Adrian Hoffmann sehnten sich nach Ruhe und Zweisamkeit. Etwas entspannen im Urlaub, war ihnen zu wenig. Sie wollten raus, raus aus ihrem Hamsterrad. Also haben sich die beiden mit Ende Zwanzig entschlossen, sich für ein Jahr eine Auszeit zu nehmen. Das Ziel: eine möglichst abgeschiedene, einsame Insel nur für sie beide. Nina und Adrian kündigten ihre Jobs, ihre Wohnung und verkauften ihr Auto. Nur ihr Hund „Sunday“ begleitet sie auf ihre einsame Insel im Königreich Tonga. Zwölf Monate lebten sie dort ihren Traum. Adrian und Nina fingen Fische im Meer, pflückten sich Kokosnüsse direkt von der Palme und schliefen am Strand unterm Sternenhimmel. Ein Jahr lang lebten die beiden in dieser Einsamkeit ihre Zweisamkeit. Zurück in Deutschland zieht es die beiden immer wieder auf ihre einsame Insel.

Hot and Spicy – Kim & Adrian  

Hot and Spicy Trilogie:
Kim und Adrian. Band 1

Kim, die sich mit ihren Extrakilos nicht anfreunden kann, hat gegen die Männerwelt einen Schutzpanzer errichtet – bis Adrian ihr … voll in die Hacken läuft! Was für ein Prachtkerl! Von Kims üppigen Kurven wie magisch angezogen, lässt er nicht locker. Sexy und dominant, führt er sie schon bald zu ungeahnten Höhepunkten. In Adrian hat sie scheinbar endlich den Mann gefunden, auf den sie so lange gewartet hat. Doch dann offenbart er ihr ein frivoles Geheimnis und ein heißes Spiel beginnt …

Lucy und Tajan. Band 2. Erscheint im Herbst 2015
Kira und Mick. Band 3. Erscheint im Herbst / Winter 2015
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Erschienen im Klarant Verlag
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Auszug gelesen von Rena larf
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Musik: K4MMERER
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Mini Episode: Adrian Durham Interview  

As a follow up to our live special from London Road (make sure you download that show first), the boys catch up with big Peterborough fan and talkSPORT presenter Adrian Durham, for his take on Darren Ferguson's departure.

 

Adrian tells Mark and DC why it went wrong for Ferguson, what needs to change for the Posh to climb up the table again, and why he should be the new manager himself...!

 

There's also Adrian's thoughts on the League One promotion race and a quick re-cap of Episode 149...

 

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