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" Cinq pièces pour voix et électronique " de Jonathan Bell (Rediffusion intégrale et portrait du compositeur)  

durée : 00:30:01 - Alla Breve, l'intégrale - par : Anne Montaron - * « _Cinq pièces pour voix et électronique_ » de [**Jonathan Bell**](https://www.babelscores.com/fr/JonathanBell) Sur des poèmes de **Robert Bell** Interprété par l’[**Ensemble De Caelis**](http://www.decaelis.fr/fr/) Rediffusion de la création enregistrée le 6 avril 2012 **Jonathan Bell** a imaginé la musique de son Alla Breve (des miniatures pour voix et électronique) à un moment où il préparait un Doctorat de composition à la Guildhall School of Music and Drama de Londres. Aujourd'hui, **Jonathan Bell** a ce diplôme en poche. Ce premier doctorat a été suivi d'un deuxième au sein de l'IRCAM à Paris, car **Jonathan Bell** appartient à la catégorie des Compositeurs \- Chercheurs ! Le parcours de **Jonathan Bell** a oscillé entre Londres et Paris. Pourquoi Londres ? Parce qu'il souhaitait poursuivre là\-bas son apprentissage de compositeur, en gagnant sa vie comme pianiste au sein d'une compagnie de danse. Il se trouve par ailleurs que **Jonathan Bell** a des racines en Angleterre du côté de son père disparu quand il avait 14 ans, le poète **Robert Bell**, et c'est précisément à ce père qu'il a souhaité rendre hommage seize ans plus tard avec sa suite de miniatures chantées par l'**ensemble De Caelis**. Pour réaliser ce cycle vocal, **Jonathan Bell** est allé puiser dans différents recueils de son père. Une partie d'électronique, très subtile et délicate, se glisse sous les bribes de texte en langue anglaise. L'électronique, c'est évident, contribue au climat onirique, voire hypnotique de la musique de **Jonathan Bell**. Un autre élément participe de cette atmosphère d'étrangeté : la retenue des voix, et surtout l'écriture micro\-tonale. Il faut ajouter un autre trait marquant : les glissements d'un son à un autre, qui rappellent certaines musiques de **Xenakis**, un compositeur très important pour **Jonathan Bell.** Cet Alla Breve fait entendre les voix chantées féminines de l'**Ensemble De Caelis**, mais aussi deux voix parlées masculines ; celle d'un ami **Michael Picknett** et celle de **John Greaves**, auxquelles s'ajoute au début du cycle un poème en langue persane d'**Omar Rayam**, un _éloge de l'ivresse_. Et si un joueur de tar, le luth iranien, apparaît par ailleurs à la fin de ce cycle, c'est parce que **Jonathan Bell** s'est souvenu du lien de son père à la culture persane. Ces cinq pièces ont été une étape important dans les recherches de **Jonathan Bell** autour d'une nouvelle façon de noter la musique et de l'interpréter. le compositeur explore la relation entre les sons produits par les voix en même temps que ces voix reçoivent d'autres sons par le moyen de casques. C'est le principe des audioscores ! (ici les poèmes de **Robert Bell**) > **Programmation musicale** **Toutes les pièces sont de Jonathan Bell** _Archipel_, pour harpe et électronique **Eloise Labaume** (harpe) Festival Manifeste Ircam, juin 2015 _Au commencement_, pour 12 voix et électronique **Ensemble Mangata**, direction **Hernan Alcala** juin 2016 _De Joye Interdict_, pour 5 voix a capella **Ensemble De Caelis**, direction **Hernan Alcala** Commande du Festival d'Île\-de\-France Septembre 2014 _Smartvox_, pour choeur, 5 voix solistes, et électronique **Ensemble De Caelis**, **Schola Cantorum et Choeur de la Cathédrale de Nantes** Direction **Laurence Brisset** et **Êtienne Ferchaud** Commande Festival Musique Sacrée à Nantes Mars 2017 - réalisé par : Françoise Cordey

75: The Calorie Myth with Jonathan Bailor  

Jonathan Bailor, author of the NY Times and USA Today Bestselling book, "The Calorie Myth," joins us in this episode to share his experience in the world of health and nutrition and to dispel the long believed, but rarely successful "Eat Less, Exercise More" philosophy on weight loss and health.

 

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Jonathan Bailor's Background

Jonathan Bailor is an internationally recognized wellness expert who specializes in using modern science and technology to simplify health.
He has collaborated with top scientists for more than 10 years to analyze and apply over 1,300 studies. His work has been endorsed by top doctors and scientists from Harvard Medical School, Johns’ Hopkins, The Mayo Clinic, The Cleveland Clinic, and UCLA.
Jonathan is the founder of SANESolution.com and serves as the CEO for the wellness technology company Yopti®.
He authored the New York Times and USA Today bestselling book The Calorie Myth,
Hosts a popular syndicated health radio show The SANE Show
And regularly blogs on The Huffington Post.
Additionally, Bailor has registered over 25 patents, spoken at Fortune 100 companies and TED conferences for over a decade, and served as a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft where he helped create Nike+ Kinect Training and XBox Fitness.

Highlights from this Episode

Jonathan starts out by answering the question "How did we get it so wrong for so long?" talking about the idea of calorie counting and the "Eat less, exercise more" philosophy
Jonathan explains a few of the analogies in his book that really drive home some of the major concepts that are fundamentally different than what most of us have been taught, like:

Our bodies are like a clogged drain
Sugar is basically the new cigarette
The SANE solution (which is his solution for helping us eat more and exercise less!)

Jonathan helps us understand why the concept of preaching moderation, especially in recommended guidelines is so wrong.  You wouldn't suggest someone smoke in moderation, or simply smoke smaller cigarettes, would you?!
Jonathan shares with us the keys to eating smarter, SANE foods, and why they create a much more efficient environment in your body that will help you burn more fat, feel much better, and ultimately play a much better game of golf!

CaddyShack or Happy Gilmore?
Happy Gilmore (as he has NEVER SEEN CADDYSHACK! but he's not a golfer, so we forgive him;-)
One or 2 of the Most Influential People, Books, or Experiences in Your Life?
The Seven Habits of Highly Successful People by Steven Covey

Where to Find Jonathan Bailor:
Website: SANESolution.com

Facebook: SANE Solution

Twitter: @jonathanbailor
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How to Unlock Your Best Stride and Avoid the Lifestyle Habits Holding You Back - Jonathan Beverly  

What if someone told you there is no “correct” stride? That, just like our fingerprints, everyone’s optimal stride is unique to them?

While this goes against the grain of what we runners have been taught, Jonathan Beverly has the proof to back it up.

The author of a new book called Your Best Stride, Jonathan is a coach, lifetime runner, and expert in running shoes and the running industry.

He writes for Runner’s World and Outside Magazine just to name a few, and he also served as editor of Running Times from 2000-2016.

Today Jonathan’s going to share with us some shocking information on the myths surrounding running shoes and what constitutes a perfect stride, how to counter those lifestyle habits detrimental to your stride, and how to master the best stride for you and your performance.

Here are some of the topics we’ll discuss today:

 

Jonathan’s new book Your Best Stride Why there is no “correct” stride Stride signature and preferred movement path Why foot strike is overrated The perils of sitting down and other lifestyle habits How to counter the effects of these habits How to avoid “ruts” Universal form cues all runners should know

 

Questions Jonathan is asked:

3:48 What is your background and how did you become passionate about running?

6:32 What prompted you to start a writing career centered around running?

9:26 Can you tell us about Your Best Stride and what inspired you to write it?

16:03 Why is foot strike overrated and what should runners focus on instead?

19:30 You argue there is no “correct” stride. Why?

22:37 How does sitting down a lot affect stride? What are some other bad lifestyle habits for stride efficiency?

25:42 How does driving, typing, and scrolling through your phone affect posture and arm carriage?

27:27 How can people counter the effects of these lifestyle habits on their strides?

31:07 What areas of the body should runners focus on strengthening most?

38:01 How does switching up terrain and race distance help improve stride and overall performance?

41:53 Should runners switch the types of shoes they run in regularly?

44:05 What are the myths surrounding running shoes?

47:47 What are some universal form cues all runners should follow?

50:37 Is it more important to strengthen our weak spots than it is to try and consciously change our form?

52:01 How should runners determine which shoes are right for them and their bodies?

54:42 What’s next for you?

Quotes by Jonathan:

 

“The kinetic chain starts at the hips, and if your hips are off, then everything else is going to be off. So the focus needs to move up, and [foot strike] is the consequence of an effective stride - it’s not the cause of it. If you try to correct the consequence without addressing the cause, you end up with a mess.”

“You can think of your stride like your voice. I’m hearing you talk now and it’s the first time we’ve talked, but the next time I hear you I’ll recognize you. And you shouldn’t sound like me - you should sound like you. You vocal chords are different, the length of your neck is different, the size of your lungs is different - all of those things go into creating your voice. And it’s the same thing with your stride.”

“Because we’ve been sitting so long, a lot of us can’t actually [extend our hips] anymore….If we try, it’s sort of like opening a screen door that only has a hinge one way. If you’re pushing it the other way, you’re going to break the door frame.”

“[Running drills] aren’t cueing a certain type of stride - they’re just changing the motion, changing the muscle recruitment so that your body starts noticing that ‘oh, if I use the glute instead of the hamstring, we can go easier and faster’.”

 

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Mentioned in this podcast:

Book: Your Best Stride by Jonathan Beverly

Road Runners Club of America

Article: 5 Common Myths About Running Shoes by Jonathan Beverly

Run to the Top Interview with Irene Davis

Run to the Top Interview with Danny Dreyer

Book: The Story of the Human Body by Daniel Lieberman

Jonathan’s website

Follow Jonathan on Twitter

 

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20VC: The Future Business Model For Drones & Why Enterprise Drones Need To Be As Boring As Possible with Jonathan Downey, Founder & CEO @ Airware  

Jonathan Downey is the Founder & CEO @ Airware, the startup that allows you to make better-informed decisions with aerial date, captured by drones. They have raised over $65m in VC funding from some of the very best in the industry including a16z, Kleiner Perkins and Google Ventures just to name a few. Jonathan is also the General Partner @ Commerical Drone Fund, making $250K-$1m investments in early stage companies in the commercial drone space. Prior to Airware, Jonathan was a commercial pilot and a flight controls engineer @ Boeing.

 

In Today’s Episode You Will Learn:

1.) How Jonathan made the move from commercial pilot to startup founder with one of the hottest drone startups, Airware?

2.) What has been the catalyst for the rising belief in the potential for drones? What has changed about the landscape to make them now not only a commercially viable opportunity but also consumer viable?

3.) How does Jonathan view the commercial landscape today? Where does Jonathan see the highest potential for the commercial application of drones? How does one approach go to market strategy and business model in a completely undefined landscape?

4.) What are the current barriers to adoption for corporations with drones? What does it mean and entail for an organization to adopt drones in terms of new workflows and training? What are the key transformative technologies that will enable new applications and market expansion?

5.) With incumbents now heavily investing in the space, does Jonathan believe this will be a market of disruption or consolidation and acquisition by the exisiting incumbents?

Items Mentioned In Today’s Show:

Jonathan’s Fave Book: Elon Musk by Ashley Vance

Jonathan’s Fave Blog: Chris Dixon

As always you can follow Harry, The Twenty Minute VC and Jonathan on Twitter here!

Likewise, you can follow Harry on Snapchat here for mojito madness and all things 20VC.

Eight is a sleep innovation company. With their latest product, the Eight Smart Mattress, being a bed that literally tells you how well you slept last night, paired with an intelligent sensor cover that measures the quality of your sleep and delivers a daily sleep report. In order to bring you the best product, Eight used anonymized sleep data and feedback from over 10,000 people, to understand which materials and types of mattresses give customers the best sleep resulting in their unique blend of four responsive and high-density foam layers plus one layer of proprietary technology that helps people track and improve their sleep. You can check it out on Eightsleep.com – and if you use the code 20VC you will get a whopping 20% discount!

FullContact provides the ability to organize your contacts, gain rich insights into them and therefore build deep relationships. With features like automatically identifying and merging duplicate contacts to the ability to snap a photo of a business card and FullContact will transcribe them for you, so no more lost and loose business cards at events. It is with these features just being the tip of the iceberg, FullContact really is the best all in one solution for contact management and you can check them out on fullcontact.com.

TLS #181: The counter-intuitive way to thrive in all areas of live with Jonathan Fields  

Today’s Lively Show is a wonderful conversation with author and podcast host, Jonathan Fields. Good Life Project, Jonathan’s podcast, is a wonderful show with incredible guests. And in case you’re interested, I’ve also been fortunate to have been on the show recently talking about masculine and feminine energy as well. In Jonathan’s newest book, How To Live a Good Life, is a deep dive into one of the most profound insights I’ve come across in the 2.5 years I’ve been hosting TLS. In today’s episode, we are going into a wide range of subjects including how to thrive in every area of your life - in a way that seems initially counterintuitive (which is why so many of us, including myself, have fallen into the trap that is in direct contrast to this principle). This episode is perfect for anyone looking to learn about a powerful and simple principle that allows you to thrive in all areas of your life, particularly when you feel burned out.     [Tweet "“You’re a part of something bigger." - @jonathanfields"] [Tweet "“Mindfulness really happens not when you sit down to meditate but when you stands up to live." - @jonathanfields"] [Tweet "“Pay attention to the way you do things because it matters." - @jonathanfields"] [Tweet "“When we belong, everything gets better." - @jonathanfields"] [Tweet "“Know yourself and exalt being intentional" - @jonathanfields"]   IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL FIND OUT ABOUT   He discuss what “living a good life” is how important it is to him to be present in the life of his wife and daughter. Jonathan explains his 3 buckets philosophy which is contribution, connection, and vitality. He tells us that Vitality is about optimizing your state of mind and body. Jonathan mentions that cultivating deep and meaningful relationships is important to the connection bucket. He explains how the contribution bucket is all about how you contribute to the world and how that interacts with you and the world as a whole. Jonathan discuss the three basic “laws” or rules of the 3 buckets since they need to be in harmony with each other to be effective. He discusses how cultivating awareness is the metaskill that flips the switch from being reactive to being intentional. Jonathan talks about the difference between “mindful” vs “mindfull.” He’s mentions the four different types of love and that it ok not to have all four types to fill our connection bucket. Jonathan speaks about the power of belonging and why it’s so vital. He describes the contribution bucket and how it’s the work we do in the world, whether or not it’s our job, career or something else. Jonathan goes over the “Ripple Not Thinking Wave” effect. He describes in detail about the word "generative" and it really means the state that everything falls into perfect alignment. Jonathan talks about Seeded Mindfulness Meditation and why it's about allowing and releasing.   SHOW NOTES   TLS #163: Alignment Before Action TLS #178: 10 Mindfulness Lessons from a retreat with Eckhart Tolle Ellen Langer TLS #101: Lewis Howes  TLS with  Kristoffer Carter Insight Timer App The Good Life Podcast with Milton Glaser TLS #179: with Adam Braun Abraham Hicks     LISTEN TO THE SHOW    

72: How to LIVE a GOOD LIFE with Jonathan Fields  

Jonathan Fields inspires possibility. A New York City dad, husband, award-winning author, serial entrepreneur, teacher and strategist, he founded a number of game-changing wellness-companies, taught thousands of students and led workshops around the world on everything from yoga and mindfulness to conscious entrepreneurship and innovation. His new book, How to Live a Good Life: Soulful Stories, Surprising Science and Practical Wisdom, offers a gateway to a life of meaning, connection and vitality.

To celebrate the book’s release and inspire early interest, Jonathan is doing something pretty extraordinary. In addition to offering fantastic pre-order bonuses, he’s teamed with the One Tree Planted foundation to plant a 10,000 tree “Good Life Forest!” When you pre-order your copy of the book before the October 18th publication date, you’ll also be sponsoring a tree and doing good for the planet (and for you). You can get all the details at GoodLifeProject.com/book.

Now, working with his wife and a world-class faculty, he runs mission-driven media and education venture, Good Life Project®, where they produce a top-rated podcast channel and video-series with hundreds of thousands of followers and millions of views and downloads. Good Life Project also offers in-person and online events and trainings, including their annual 400+ person Camp GLP gathering. Jonathan regularly keynotes at events and has been featured widely in the media, including The New York Times, USA Today, People, O Magazine, Vogue, Elle, Yoga Journal, SELF, Allure, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, FastCompany, Inc., Entrepreneur and thousands of other places that sound cool, but don’t impress his daughter all that much. When not writing, teaching, building things or telling stories, he can be found dancing around his living room with his wife and daughter. Coming from the typical schooling background, Jonathan continued his education to become a lawyer. After graduating law school, his body took a turn for the worst. Ending up in the hospital, Jonathan had some time on his hands to reevaluate life. Finding that two of his most passionate loves, were coming full circle: health and wellness and entrepreneurship, he decided to move forward with these new thoughts. Building his own businesses is what was next in line for Jonathan. He goes on to tell me that it was right around his late teens that he started asking himself “what are we all really here for?” and it was within the answer, that he knew he would go on to serve himself and his community on how to live a GOOD LIFE. Choosing his true passion over money, Jonathan knew it was the right choice to take a pay cut by following his dream, rather than staying in a profession that didn’t light up his life.You may attempt, but in the end you’ll realize that you can’t ever put a price tag on waking up happy. Steering towards a higher power to hear him out and be with him along the way, he tells us when this theory first started to set in. “

After becoming a Dad, I started asking more questions and exploring ancient philosophy and tradition. It’s built on the concept of one-ness.”

With his new-found higher power and his wife by his side, Jonathan created the Good Life Project, a media and education venture.

“Of course there are sucky days, but if you were to stop me on any given day and ask me “Are you living a good life?” my answer would be, OH YEAH!”

In This Episode You Will Learn About: Living the good life Serving your community Choosing things that light you up Your potential Risk tolerant Your higher power Resources: How To Live a Good Life by: Jonathan Fields Just RELEASED!! Good Life Project Podcast (I also have an episode on his show there, check it out!) Jonathan’s adult “Summer Camp” at goodlifeproject.com for info & tickets

For more tips on how to lead a happy and healthy life head on over to goodlifeproject.com or find him on Instagram @Jonathanfields. Follow me on social media @LoriHarder on Instagram and Lori Harder on Facebook. You can also see more at my website: LoriHarder.com

20VC: From Netscape To Friendster To Nuzzel: Jonathan Abrams on A Silicon Valley Adventure  
Jonathan Abrams is the founder & CEO of the social news service Nuzzel.  Jonathan is also co-founder and Managing Partner of Founders Den, a shared office space and private club for experienced entrepreneurs and their friends. Previously, Jonathan was the founder & CEO of Socializr, Friendster, and HotLinks, and a software engineer at companies such as Netscape and Nortel. Jonathan is a board member at Girls in Tech, an advisor to CodeNow, and has previously been a mentor in Steve Blank's entrepreneurship classes at Stanford and Berkeley, a top-rated mentor at The Founder Institute and a member of the advisory board of the Silicon Valley Association of Startup Entrepreneurs. Jonathan is also an angel investor in over 50 startups including AngelList, Docker, Front, HelloSign, Instacart, Sapho, Seed, Slideshare, Socialcam, and Vouch.   Click To Play   In Today's Episode You Will Learn:

1.) How did Jonathan make his way into tech and come to found the likes of Friendster and Nuzzel? What were his biggest lessons from working at Netscape?

2.) How can founders determine the customer stickiness and value proposition in the early days of product testing with friends and family?

3.) How does Jonathan view the competitive landscape for news aggregation? Why is consumer app such a competitive space?

4.) Question From Matt Mazzeo: How does Jonathan compare this moment in time to previous points in the innovation curve?

5.) Having worked with both the old and the new guard of VC, how does working with Lowercase, Homebrew and Softtech compare with the old guard of Benchmark and Kleiner Perkins?

Items Mentioned In Today's Episode:

Jonathan's Fave Book:

Startup: A Silicon Valley Adventure, Jerry Kaplan As always you can follow The Twenty Minute VCHarry and Jonathan on Twitter here! If you would like to see a more colourful side to Harry with many a mojito session, you can follow him on Instagram here!   The Twenty Minute VC is brought to you by Leesa, the Warby Parker or TOMS shoes of the mattress industry. Lees have done away with the terrible mattress showroom buying experience by creating a luxury premium foam mattress that is order completely online and ships for free to your doorstep. The 10 inch mattress comes in all sizes and is engineered with 3 unique foam layers for a universal, adaptive feel, including 2 inches of memory foam and 2 inches of a really cool latex foam called Avena, design to keep you cool. All Leesa mattresses are 100% US or UK made and for every 10 mattresses they sell, they donate one to a shelter. Go to Leesa.com/VC and enter the promo code VC75 to get $75 off!
Hvorfor har stadig flere unge behov for sovemedicin?  

Nye tal fra Sundhedsdatastyrelsen viser, at stadig flere børn og unge får sovemedicin. Andelen af børn og unge mellem 15 og 24 år, der indløste en recept på sovemedicinen melatonin, steg nemlig med 20% fra 2015 til 2016. Det sker på trods af, at der har været fokus på at nedbringe brugen af melatonin blandt børn og unge. Stigningen er problematisk, mener flere eksperter, som Radio24syv har talt med. Nogle børn og unge med visse diagnoser og sygdomme får melatonin, så de kan falde til ro. Men Sundhedsdatastyrelsens tal viser også, at ca. 25% af de unge får melatonin, selvom de ikke har en diagnose. Melatonin er et søvndyssende hormon, der produceres naturligt i kroppen, men det kan også fås som receptpligtig sovemedicin. I dag undersøger vi, hvorfor stadig flere unge, har behov for sovemedicin.

Vi taler med Anders Beich, læge for Dansk Selskab for Almen Medicin, Poul Jørgen Jennum, professor og overlæge ved Dansk Center for Søvnmedicin ved Rigshospitalet, Jon Kristian Lange, specialkonsulent ved Komitéen for Sundhedsoplysning og Flemming Møller Mortensen, sundhedsordfører for Socialdemokratiet. Og så taler vi med to lyttere, som selv har erfaringer med at bruge melatonin.

Vært: Claus Cancel

NoCiné Xtra : Dangereuse sous tous rapports (1986), sortie DVD  

Connu suite à l’insoutenable Silence des agneaux, Jonathan Demme n'est plus vraiment au top de sa forme. À l'occasion de la sortie Blu-ray de son film Dangereuse sous tous rapports avec Melanie Griffith et Ray Liotta, Arnaud Bordas revient en aparté sur les grandes heures du cinéaste. Animé par Thomas Rozec avec Arnaud Bordas (Le Figaro Magazine). RÉFÉRENCES CITÉES DANS L'ÉMISSION : Dangereuses Sous Tous Rapports (Something Wild - Jonathan Demme, 1986 - édité en Blu-ray chez Wild Side), Melanie Griffith, Jeff Daniels, Ray Liotta, The Troggs, The Feelies, Tak Fujimoto, Roger Corman, Cinq femmes à abattre (Caged Heat - Jonathan Demme, 1985), Colère Froide (Fighting Mad - Jonathan Demme, 1976), Peter Fonda, Veuve mais pas trop (Married to the Mob - Jonathan Demme - 1988), Le Silence des Agneaux (The Silence of the Lambs - Jonathan Demme, 1991), Stop Making Sense (Jonathan Demme, 1984), David Byrne, Talking Heads, Michelle Pfeiffer, Sister Carol, Philadelphia (Jonathan Demme, 1994), Charles Napier, Russ Meyer, Les Affranchis (Goodfellas - Martin Scorsese - 1990), Anthony Hopkins, Dean Stockwell, Tom Hanks, Denzel Washington, Un Crime dans la Tête (The Manchurian Candidate - Jonathan Demme, 2004), Meryl Streep. RETROUVEZ NOCINÉ PARTOUT SUR LES INTERNETS : www.facebook.com/NoCinePodCast twitter.com/No_Cine www.dailymotion.com/nocine www.youtube.com/channel/UC38YBAhVBEDRmXSe1uCyNxg www.mixcloud.com/NoCine/ www.deezer.com/show/7806 www.stitcher.com/podcast/nocine itunes.apple.com/fr/podcast/nocin…id993698002?mt=2 CRÉDITS Enregistré le 24 septembre 2015 au Tank à Paris (11ème). Moyens techniques : Le Tank. Production : Joël Ronez - Iris Ollivault / TempsMachine.net - Réalisation : Jules Krot. Générique : "Soupir Articulé", Abstrackt Keal Agram (Tanguy Destable et Lionel Pierres). Image : capture de Dangereuse sous tous rapports.

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Baglandet: Hjemmelavede våben og duft af syrener 1:3 2016-05-31  

Reportage fra en sikret døgninstitution for unge. En samling af konfiskerede, hjemmelavede våben ligger på et bord. Glasskår med håndtag, spidse, bøjede gafler. De er lavet af unge mellem 12 og 17 år, der har boet på Stevnsfortet, en slags varetægtsfængsel for unge på Sydsjælland. De er del af "den hårde kerne", der har begået så farlig kriminalitet, at de bor på otte sikrede døgninstitutioner rundt om i landet med tremmer for vinduerne og aflåst dør om natten. Det er dem, politikerne taler om, når de taler om at unge kriminelle skal straffes hårdere. Baglandet følger hverdagen på stevnsfortet, hvor 40 ansatte passer på maks 15 unge. Målet er at få de unge til, for måske første gang i deres liv, at stole på en voksen, mens de venter på en dom. Reportere: Karen Straarup og Anne Pilegaard Petersen. Vært: Emil Rothstein-Christensen.

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How to Live a Good Life with Jonathan Fields - The Slow Home Summer Series  

WELCOME TO THE SLOW HOME SUMMER SERIES! BROOKE AND BEN ARE TAKING A BREAK OVER JANUARY, SO WE'RE WE REVISITING SOME OF THE BEST EPISODES OF 2016.

In today's episode, Brooke sits down with Jonathan Fields - founder and host of The Good Life Project, author, father, life-long learner and all-round wonderful human.

Brooke and Jonathan talk about what it means to live a good life, why the power of choice is a game-changer in how we choose to spend our days, and the hugely traumatic event that led Jonathan to question his definition of 'a good life'.

They also chat about the delicious irony of advocating a slower, simpler way of life when in the midst of a busy season (Jonathan is in the midst of launching his new book and all the work that entails) but also why it's not necessarily a bad thing to experience the busy-ness some times.

Jonathan explains the difference between mindful living and practicing mindfulness, and has some incredibly practical tips on using technology to live more intentionally - flipping on its head the idea that technology is only good for distraction and faux-connection.

Such a wide-ranging and beautiful conversation, that is certain to leave you feeling inspired and motivated to continue the quest for your own version of a 'good life'.

Head over to the blog for links to Jonathan's manifesto, his new book and The Good Life Project, as well as links to A Simple Year registration.

How to Live a Good Life with Jonathan Fields  

This week's episode is such a treat, as Brooke sits down with Jonathan Fields - founder and host of The Good Life Project, author, father, life-long learner and all-round wonderful human. 

Brooke and Jonathan talk about what it means to live a good life, why the power of choice is a game-changer in how we choose to spend our days, and the hugely traumatic event that led Jonathan to question his definition of 'a good life'. 

They also chat about the delicious irony of advocating a slower, simpler way of life when in the midst of a busy season (Jonathan is in the midst of launching his new book and all the work that entails) but also why it's not necessarily a bad thing to experience the busy-ness some times. 

Jonathan explains the difference between mindful living and practicing mindfulness, and has some incredibly practical tips on using technology to live more intentionally - flipping on its head the idea that technology is only good for distraction and faux-connection. 

Such a wide-ranging and beautiful conversation, that is certain to leave you feeling inspired and motivated to continue the quest for your own version of a 'good life'. 

Head over to the blog for links to Jonathan's manifesto, his new book and The Good Life Project. 

Enjoy!

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123: Jonathan Fields - How To Live A Good Life • Breakthroughs Require Uncertainty • Money And Happiness Are Byproducts, Not The Goal  

Jonathan Fields inspires possibility.

He's a dad, husband, serial entrepreneur, growth strategist, and award-winning author.

Jonathan runs mission-driven media and education venture, Good Life Project, where he and his team lead a global community in the quest to live more meaningful, connected, and vital lives.

Good Life Project is a top-rated podcast and video-series with millions of listens and views in more than 150 countries, where Jonathan regularly shares conversations with the world’s leading voices like Sir Ken Robinson, Elizabeth Gilbert, Milton Glaser, Brene Brown, Gretchen Rubin, and hundreds more.

When not building ventures, writing, and producing, Jonathan can be found dancing around his living room with his wife and daughter, listening to “real music."

In this episode, we discuss:

How "How to Live a Good Life" differs from his previous books Blending being an artist and entrepreneur What is Good Life Project and what makes it so successful? Jonathan's wake up call during his depleted lawyer phase There are no breakthroughs without uncertainty Don't aim for work life balance, aim for work life blend Your three buckets... connection, contribution, and vitality How do you know what bucket to fill first? The bucket that needs filling isn't always obvious You're only as strong as your least full bucket When all 3 buckets are dry, get quality sleep Jonathan's sleep strategies Reset your body in nature A sense of belonging is essential for survival Relationships require both give and take Give to glow The practice of saying "no" Money and happiness are byproducts, not the goal Being intentional

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Xtra : The Night Before, de Jonathan Levine  

Des nouvelles du canadien Seth Rogen, dont les apparitions sur grand écran se font rares de notre côté de l’Atlantique. Preuve à l’appui : The Night Before de Jonathan Levine, un feel-good movie directement relégué à la case VOD, dégoté par notre dévoué Stéphane Moïssakis. Animé par Thomas Rozec (@thomrozec) avec Stéphane Moïssakis (@smoissakis) RÉFÉRENCES CITÉES DANS L’ÉMISSION The Night Before (Jonathan Levine, 2015), Warm Bodies (Jonathan Levine, 2013), Seth Rogen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Anthony Mackie, Tous les garçons aiment Mandy Lane (All The Boys Love Mandy Lane - Jonathan Levine, 2006), Wackness (Jonathan Levine, 2008), 50/50 (Jonathan Levine, 2010), Michael Shannon RETROUVEZ NOCINÉ PARTOUT SUR LES INTERNETS https://soundcloud.com/nocine/ https://www.facebook.com/NoCinePodCast https://twitter.com/No_Cine http://www.dailymotion.com/nocine https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC38YBAhVBEDRmXSe1uCyNxg https://www.mixcloud.com/NoCine/ http://www.deezer.com/show/7806 http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/nocine www.vodkaster.com/nocine CRÉDITS Enregistré le 24 mars 2016 au Tank à Paris (11ème). Moyens techniques : Le Tank. Production : Joël Ronez - Iris Ollivault / TempsMachine.NET. Réalisation : Jules Krot. Générique : "Soupir Articulé", Abstrackt Keal Agram (Tanguy Destable et Lionel Pierres).

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Show 1396 Not in Gods Name by Jonathan Sacks  

Show 1396 Not in Gods Name by Jonathan Sacks

Segment 1- Michael Medved talks to Jonathan Sacks about his book  Not in Gods Name- Confronting Religious Violence

Segment 2- Jonathan Sacks in a 5 Live interview about his book  Not in God's Name- Confronting Religious Violence"

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks talks about confronting religious violence.

 

ABOUT NOT IN GOD’S NAME-   In this powerful and timely book, one of the most admired and authoritative religious leaders of our time tackles the phenomenon of religious extremism and violence committed in the name of God. If religion is perceived as being part of the problem, Rabbi Sacks argues, then it must also form part of the solution. When religion becomes a zero-sum conceit—that is, my religion is the only right path to God, therefore your religion is by definition wrong—and individuals are motivated by what Rabbi Sacks calls “altruistic evil,” violence between peoples of different beliefs appears to be the only natural outcome.

 But through an exploration of the roots of violence and its relationship to religion, and employing groundbreaking biblical analysis and interpretation, Rabbi Sacks shows that religiously inspired violence has as its source misreadings of biblical texts at the heart of all three Abrahamic faiths. By looking anew at the book of Genesis, with its foundational stories of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, Rabbi Sacks offers a radical rereading of many of the Bible’s seminal stories of sibling rivalry: Cain and Abel, Isaac and Ishmael, Jacob and Esau, Joseph and his brothers, Rachel and Leah.

 “Abraham himself,” writes Rabbi Sacks, “sought to be a blessing to others regardless of their faith. That idea, ignored for many of the intervening centuries, remains the simplest definition of Abrahamic faith. It is not our task to conquer or convert the world or enforce uniformity of belief. It is our task to be a blessing to the world. The use of religion for political ends is not righteousness but idolatry . . . To invoke God to justify violence against the innocent is not an act of sanctity but of sacrilege.” Here is an eloquent call for people of goodwill from all faiths and none to stand together, confront the religious extremism that threatens to destroy us, and declare: Not in God’s Name.

 RABBI LORD JONATHAN SACKS is a global religious leader and the award-winning author of more than twenty-five books. He is a frequent and respected contributor to radio, television, and the press around the world and teaches at universities in Britain,… More about Jonathan Sacks

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040: Jonathan Fields  

 

 

 

Jonathan Fields describes himself as a father, a husband, a maker and a man who cares deeply about, loves and admires those closest to him and is humbled and grateful for the opportunity to create, to connect and to serve.

He is the creator of The Good Life Project which is an audio and video podcast that was one of the inspirations for our show. He is also the author of Uncertainty: Turning Fear and Doubt into Fuel for Brilliance and Career Renegade.

He is also the creator of the upcoming Good Life Project Summer Camp which I will be attending.

 In This Interview Jonathan and I Discuss... The One You Feed parable. Zooming out to get the meta view. How a good life isn't a place at which you arrive but a lens that you see through. The danger of "just a little bit more". Contentment versus striving. Appreciating what we have while taking action to achieve more. The difference between aspire and desire.  Destroying possibility by clinging to certainty.  Spending more time thinking about today than our legacy. "The path to becoming is littered with the remains of those who missed the grace of being". Missing the present by being too focused on the future. Missing the little moments while hoping for the bigger moments. How we are not good at understanding what will make us happy. The importance of being around people you love. What a Good Life means to Jonathan-contribution, connection, vitality. Comparing our insides with other peoples outsides. The difference between meaning and happiness. Creating more meaning in our lives. How most of us don't know what we want to do with our lives and figure it out along the way. The paralyzing nature of heavy questions. How the person we are looking for is the person we are. Chipping away all the gunk that covers up who we are. Feeling like we have to have all the answers. Jonathan Fields Links

The Good Life Project Homepage

Jonathan Fields Homepage

Jonathan Fields Ted Talk

Uncertainty: Turning Fear and Doubt into Fuel for Brilliance

Career Renegade

The Good Life Project Creed

 

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TBP 005: Jonathan Siegrist on Sending, Failing, Training, and Dreaming Big  

This interview is with one of my really good friends, Jonathan Siegrist, aka J-Star. I met Jonathan about 4 or 5 years ago and for some reason we just clicked and have stayed tight ever since. He's one of my favorite people, and you'll understand why that is if you listen to this interview :)

The interview was actually done at the house we just shared with him for a few months in Las Vegas, where we spent a lot of time up at the Promised Land and some other awesome areas with Jonathan. I got to belay him on his recent first ascent of the 5.14c he put up, Spectrum, and I can say that no matter how many times I watch him climb, it’s always incredible. I mean, besides the fact that he warms up on my epic projects, it’s incredible ;)

He always tries hard, he’s psyched to be climbing, he doesn’t toss wobblers – or at least I’ve never seen him do it – and I think it’s because he’s truly grateful for every opportunity he gets to be on rock outside. He’s also really into training indoors, especially because he’s got some big goals for this year. We’ll talk about his goals and his training in the interview.

He's done something like 140 routes rated 5.14a and above, including 19 5.14c's and 6 5.14d's. He won a Golden Piton Award for Breakaway Success in 2009 after his groundbreaking trip to the Red River Gorge, where his highlights included quick sends of the 5.14c’s Lucifer, Southern Smoke, and Fifty Words for Pump, three 5.14a flashes, three 5.13c onsights, and onsights of 10 routes graded either 5.13a or 5.13b, among other things. You can see his full climbing resumé here.

Jonathan and I sat down in my closet in Vegas (it was a big closet and the only place that didn't echo in our house - ha ha!) and talked about all things J-Star, including how he trains now compared to how he used to train, what he eats, his love life (he's taken for now, ladies), and his dreams.

What We Talked About His favorite kind of climbing His biggest achievements and biggest failures Whether he'll try to be a pro climber forever How traveling so much affects his relationships with the ladies Where he'd like to call home someday 5.15? What it takes to climb 5.14+ How he keeps his skin in shape for sharp crimpy routes How he trains now and who he's coached by How that compares with how he used to train What he eats and why (he's a pescatarian) What he thinks body weight's role is in sending hard How often he parties Related Links Jonathan's website is www.jstarinorbit.com Jonathan interviewed me on his site here. He helped me create a training plan for myself (that worked!) and I blogged about it here. Sponsors The podcast is made possible by the training programs on TrainingBeta here. Check 'em out if you need some help sending! If you'd like to sponsor the podcast, just email us at info@trainingbeta.com. Listen on iTunes Link to the TrainingBeta Podcast on iTunes is HERE. Please give the podcast an honest review on iTunes here to help the show reach more curious climbers around the world ;) Music

Intro and outro song: Yesterday by Build Buildings 

Thanks for listening!

 

 

Cook Islands: Episode 8  

In the beginning, Yul said "If we break up now, then we're toast!". So saith Yul and so shall it be.

Here's a roleplaying assignment for this week's Listener Feedback show.
If you were Jonathan, who would most likely be voted out next on Aitu, do you stay if offered the chance to join the other tribe?
Now your on Aitu, what's the best thing you can say when asked what you think about your teammate's choice to mutiny?
You're Jonathan again, what's your cover story to explain to Raro why they should keep you?

Now for some conventional questions.
Why is Candice so eager to sell out Jonathan?
What is the significant information that the losing tribe will receive?
Why didn't we see anyone express concern that Jonathan might have the hidden immunity idol?
Do you think there's any chance now that someone from Aitu will make it to final four?

Here are the tribes after episode 8.
Aitutaki: Becky, Ozzy, Sundra, and Yul
Rarotonga: Adam, Candice, Jenny, Jonathan, Nathan, Parvati, and Rebecca

Episode 9 is titled, "People That You Like Want to See You Suffer". It's another double elimination week. Jo Ann thinks it will be Sundra and Jonathan. Stacy thinks it will be Sundra and Jenny

Who are your picks for the next two that will be voted out?

We've got several ways you can reach us. You can call and leave a voicemail at 206-350-JASS(5277). You can record an audio comment and attach it or just type up a quick text message and send it to us via email at joannandstacyshow@gmail.com. Lastly, there's a link for comments on the web page here. You can click that link and post your thoughts out there for everyone to see.

The intro and outro tunes this week are dedicated to Candice and Jonathan who made the switch back to their Raro roots and performed their version of Mutiny on the Bounty. Here's a link to the artists in case you want to learn more about them.
Switchback by The Days In Between
Mutiny by Griddle

00:01 Date
00:05 Switchback by The Days In Between
01:03 Introductions
01:46 Props to Brian from Georgia
34:35 Next Week on Survivor
38:44 JSFL Update
45:52 Mutiny by Griddle

 

Links for Today's Show
JSFL Results Update for Survivor: Cook Islands
JSFL Rules for Survivor: Cook Islands
Survivor 14 in Fiji?


Contact Info:
Voicemail: 206-350-JASS(5277)
Email: joannandstacyshow@gmail.com
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Enjoy,
Jo Ann and Stacy
Drukferier for unge  

I dag sender 55 minutter fra det, der engang var det vildeste sted i Nordeuropa, Løkken. For 10-15 år siden var denne lille by party-centralen i Danmark - i hvert fald ifølge de festmatadorer, som stod for at drive koncepter som blandt andet hed “Fucking Fed Ferie”. De levede af at lave drukferier til de unge, hvor de unge sov på en campingplads i et lille telt, hvor de sad og drak udenfor og om aftenen tog på pubcrawls på byens barer og diskoteker. Til tider var det så voldsomt, at man talte om, at de unge terroriserede byen. Efter sådan en nat med pubcrawls, kampdruk og skumfest, kan man nok godt forestille sig, hvor grimt, der har set ud i gågaden. I dag diskuterer vi, om der skal være plads til sådan nogle drukferier for unge i Danmark, eller om vi skal gøre det bedste for at lukke ned for dem.

Vært: Tinne Hjersing Knudsen

55 minutter sammendrag:  

55 minutter-redaktionen har været på Omø, hvor de kom på sporet af øens største konflikt i nyere tid. For godt og vel 12 år siden dukkede der pludseligt dådyr op på øen. I begyndelsen syntes øboerne, at det var meget hyggeligt, men efterhånden formerede dådyrene sig i en sådan grad, at de begyndte at spise sommerhusejernes blomster - og siden vendte stemningen sig imod dådyrene. Det er usandsynligt, at de selv er svømmet, men hvis de ikke er det, men har så sat dem ud? 55 minutter forsøger at komme til bunds i sagen.

Nye tal fra Sundhedsdatastyrelsen viser, at stadig flere børn og unge får sovemedicin. Andelen af børn og unge mellem 15 og 24 år, der indløste en recept på sovemedicinen melatonin, steg nemlig med 20% fra 2015 til 2016. Nogle børn og unge med visse diagnoser og sygdomme får melatonin, så de kan falde til ro. Men Sundhedsdatastyrelsens tal viser også, at ca. 25% af de unge får melatonin, selvom de ikke har en diagnose. 55 minutter forsøger at finde ud af, hvorfor de unge ikke kan sove.

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