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  • Louis Alloro on Being Authentically Positive

    · 00:22:44 · Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast

    Today’s Guest My guest today is Louis Alloro. Louis is the co-founder and director of the Certificate in Positive Psychology program. He consults on culture change initiatives all over the world. Louis Alloro’s website: https://certificateinpositivepsychology.com/capp-faculty/louis-alloro/ In this interview, you will hear Louis describe the Certificate in Positive Psychology program.  He talks about the technical content of this six-month program.  He also shares how the program helps participants “walk the walk” with the concepts that are covered.  This includes how the program prepares participants in how to handle some of the challenges in helping organization implement positive psychology practices. You’ll Learn: [1:44] - Louis talks about the different types of professionals that are drawn to the Certificate in Positive Psychology program and he describes what this program offers. [3:50] - The Certificate in Positive Psychology program is organized around the Perma-V model and Louis describes what this entails, in regards to technical content. [5:44] - This program covers a lot in six months and Louis shares with us the pace and workflow of the program. [6:48] - Louis talks about helping participants “walk the walk” and putting this technical content into practice. [8:13] - “When happiness is our pursuit, sometimes that causes a deficit in happiness in some people.” [10:13] - Louis talks about the growing trend of stress and burnout in practitioners. [13:07] - Louis addresses resistance of positive psychology practices within organizations, especially at the executive level.   [17:05] - Louis describes how “polarity thinking” helps bring light to interdependent values and how the program teaches how to manage the polarities. [20:12] - The Lightning Round with Louis Alloro Your Resources: Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind - Yuval Noah Harari - https://amzn.com/0062316095 Certificate in Positive Psychology - http://certificateinpositivepsychology.com Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for joining me again this week.  If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of this post.   Also, please leave an honest review for the Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated. They do matter in the rankings of the show, and I read each and every one of them. And finally, don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic updates. It’s free! Special thanks to Ilona for joining me this week. Until next time, take care!

  • Coffret Louis Frémaux & le City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, chez Warner Classics (2/2)

    · 01:58:38 · Carrefour de Lodeon

    durée : 01:58:38 - Carrefour de Lodeon - par : Frédéric Lodéon - ## Programmation musicale**Camille Saint\-Saëns** _Wedding Cake (Valse\-caprice)_ City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Louis Frémaux, direction Warner classics**Camille Saint\-Saëns** _Prélude pour Le Déluge_ City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Louis Frémaux, direction Warner classics**Jacques Ibert** _Bacchanale_ City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Louis Frémaux, direction Warner classics**Francis Poulenc** _Gloria : Gloria in excelsis Deo, Laudamus te, Domine Deus_ City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Louis Frémaux, direction Warner classics**Francis Poulenc** _Concerto pour piano : 1.Allegro Assai_ Cristina Ortiz, piano City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Louis Frémaux, direction Warner classics**Jacques Offenbach** _Orphée aux Enfers : Ouverture_ City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Louis Frémaux, direction Warner classics**William Walton (d'après Jean\-Sébastien Bach)** _The Wise Virgins, ballet (Les Vierges prudentes)_ City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Louis Frémaux, direction Warner classics**William Walton** _Façade (suite d'orchestre) : Fanfare, Scotch Rhapsody, Valse, Tango\-Pasodoble, Jodel Suisse, Country Dance, Polka_ City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Louis Frémaux, direction Warner classics**Jules Massenet** _Scènes Pittoresques : 3.Angelus, 4.Fête Bohème_ City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Louis Frémaux, direction Warner classics**Georges Bizet** _Roma : 1\. Une Chasse dans la forêt d'Ostie_ City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Louis Frémaux, direction Warner classics**Jacques Ibert** _Divertissement_ : Final City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Louis Frémaux, direction Warner classics - réalisé par : Régine Barjou

  • 102: Classic Episode with Louis Smith

    · 00:45:01 · GymCastic: The Gymnastics Podcast

    Three time Olympic medalist, Louis Smith MBE, talked to us back in October 2012.   It's a classic interview this week from back in October 2012, when we talked to Great Britain’s Louis Smith. The outspoken, three-time Olympic medalist talked to us about Strictly Come Dancing, handling the pressure, role models, his nude pommel horse photo shoot, style on the British team and Rio. We are very excited to announce that Louis will be our very first GymCastic Book Club guest in August. What: You read the book and submit questions about it for Louis. How: Buy the book here, send your questions to us at  gymcastic @ gmail.com or leave a voicemail on Skype at username “GymCastic Podcast” or by dialing (415) 800-3191. When: Submit your questions by the first week in August and we'll ask Louis when he's on the show in August. Episode 4: Louis Smith, Spanny's Athlete Oath, Making Men's Gymnastics More Popular Episode 22: Beth Tweddle Episode 21: Kyle Shewfelt Episode 20: Jenni Pinches Episode 35: Jake Dalton Episode 34: Rick McCharles 95: WAG European Championships Part Two -- Lesser Known Stars and a Behind The Scenes Report 94: Women's European Championships Part One!    

  • Circulation January 31, 2017 Issue

    · 00:16:45 · Circulation on the Run

    Dr Carolyn Lam:                Welcome to Circulation On the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, associate editor from the National Heart Centre and Duke-National University of Singapore. Our featured discussion today relates to 20 year outcomes after mitral valve repair versus replacement for severe degenerative mitral regurgitation.                                                 But first, here's your summary of this week's issue. The first paper suggests that agonistic angiotensin receptor autoantibodies may be biomarkers of adverse outcomes. In this study from first author Dr. Abadir, corresponding author Dr. Fedarko, and colleagues from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, authors developed a quantitative immunoassay for measuring agonistic angiotensin AT1 receptor autoantibodies in the serum.                                                 They then assessed its operating characteristics in a discovery group of 255 community dwelling adults from Baltimore and validated these findings in a second group of 60 individuals from Chicago. They found that AT1 receptor autoantibody levels were significantly associated with higher levels of inflammatory cytokines, weaker grip strength, slower walking speed, higher risk for frailty, more falls and increased mortality.                                                 Furthermore, chronic treatment with angiotensin receptor blockers, it attenuated the AT1 receptor autoantibody association with decline in grip strength and increased mortality. These results therefore suggest that followup studies and intervention trials in chronic inflammatory diseases should test whether AT1 receptor autoantibody levels can be used to stratify patient risk and whether they can be used to identify patients who may benefit from angiotensin receptor blocker treatment.                                                 The next paper suggests that baseline target mismatch on CT perfusion imaging may predict the response to tenecteplase in ischemic stroke. Dr. Bivard and colleagues from John Hunter Hospital University of Newcastle in Australia pooled two clinical trials of tenecteplase compared with alteplase for the treatment of acute ischemic stroke.                                                 Baseline CT perfusion was analyzed to assess if patients met the diffused two target mismatch criteria. These criteria are absolute mismatch volume of more than 15 mL, mismatch ratio of more than 1.8, baseline ischemic core less than 70 mL and volume of severely hypoperfused tissue less than 100 mL.                                                 Among 146 pooled patients, 71 received received alteplase and 75 received tenecteplase. Overall tenecteplase treated patients had greater early clinical improvement by NIH Stroke Scale change and less parenchymal hematoma, but did not show a significant difference in three month patient outcome by the Modified Rankin Scale.                                                 74 of the 146 patients met target mismatch criteria. It was only among these patients with target mismatch that treatment with tenecteplase result in greater early clinical improvement and better late independent recovery than those treated with alteplase. In summary, tenecteplase may offer an improved efficacy and safety profile versus alteplase, benefits that are possibly exaggerated in patients with baseline CT perfusion defined target mismatch.                                                 The next study is the first to provide a comprehensive analysis of circulating metabolite levels and relate these to clinical outcomes in patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension. First author Dr. Rhodes, corresponding author Dr. Wilkins and colleagues from Imperial College London conducted a comprehensive study of plasma metabolites using ultra-performance liquid chromatography mass-spectrometry in 365 patients with idiopathic or heritable pulmonary arterial hypertension and 121 healthy controls.                                                 They found that increases in circulating modified nucleosides originating from transfer RNAs, energy metabolism intermediates, tryptophan and polyamine metabolites and decreased steroids, sphingomyelins and phosphatidylcholines independently discriminated pulmonary arterial hypertension from controls and predicted survival. Furthermore, correction of metabolite levels overtime was linked to better clinical outcomes and patients who responded well to calcium channel blocker therapy had metabolic profiles comparable with healthy controls, thus these findings suggest that monitoring plasma metabolites overtime could be useful to assess disease progression and response to therapy in pulmonary arterial hypertension. Therapeutic strategies targeted against metabolic disturbances, particularly translational regulation and energy metabolism, may merit further investigation in pulmonary arterial hypertension.                                                 The final study takes a contemporary look at age associated changes in left ventricular diastolic function. Dr. Shah and colleagues from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts related diastolic measures including tissue Doppler E prime, E to e prime and left atrial size, to the risk of heart failure hospitalization or death in 5801 elderly participants in the ARIC study. They further defined sex-specific 10th percentile limits in 401 participants free of cardiovascular disease or risk factors. They found that each diastolic measure was robustly associated with incident heart failure hospitalization or death. Reference limits for E to e prime and LA size were generally in agreement with existing guidelines, whereas limits for tissue Doppler E prime were substantially lower at 4.6 for septal E prime and 5.2 for lateral E prime in the ARIC study compared to 7 and 10 respectively in international guidelines. Compared to the guideline cut points, the ARIC base limits improved risk discrimination and reclassified over one-third of the study population as having normal diastolic function. These findings were further replicated in the Copenhagen City Heart Study.                                                 In summary, this study suggests that a decline in left ventricular longitudinal relaxation velocity occurs maybe as part of healthy aging and is largely prognostically benign. This supports the use of age-based normative values when considering an elderly population.                                                 Well, that wraps it up for the summaries, now for our featured discussion.                                                 Today we are discussing the very important result of the mitral regurgitation international database and we have with us today no other than the corresponding author Dr. Jean-Louis Vanoverschelde, and he is from University of Louvain in Brussels. Welcome Jean-Louis, I made it. Dr Jean-Louis Vanoverschelde:  Hey, how are you? Dr Carolyn Lam:                Thank you so much for joining us. Also joining us today is Dr. Victoria Delgado, associate editor from Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands. Welcome Victoria. Dr Victoria Delgado:        Hello. Thank you very much for having me in this podcast. Dr Carolyn Lam:                So, severe degenerative mitral regurgitation with flail leaflets, a very important condition and your study, Jean-Louis, really provides important clinically applicable information. Could you please address our clinicians out there with a take home message from your paper. Dr Jean-Louis Vanoverschelde:  Well, the take home message is very easy, once this condition needs to be operated on, there are really two options, one which is to repair the valve and keep the native tissue and the other is to replace the valve and trash the native tissue if I can say so. The results of the study are really clear. There is a major survival advantage by repairing the valve as opposed to replacing it. So for everyone of those who have degenerative mitral regurgitation with flail leaflets, the best treatment option is mitral repair. Dr Carolyn Lam:                Now these results came from a multi-center registry of thousands of patients. I was really struck with the duration of the study. I think that's something that's really novel. You had a 20 year follow up but also patients were recruited from 1980 all the way to 2005, am I right? So could you expand a little bit about the possibility of techniques changing during that period? Dr Jean-Louis Vanoverschelde:  Although there has been subtle changes in the practice, the basic principle have remained the same. So we have not really accounted for these changes in the practice over time, with regard to what happened to mitral valve replacement, clearly the prostheses that were there 30 years ago are not the same as the ones that are currently implanted to the patients, but none the less when we performed an analysis, a sensitivity analysis to look at whether the results were different from 20 years ago compared to those that were more recent, we found exactly the same result. Dr Carolyn Lam:                Yes, I thought that was a very important sensitivity analysis. Tell us a bit more about the propensity score matching as well because another thing people will be thinking is, you know, this is a registry, huge numbers very important but obviously there would be differences in indication for repair versus surgery. Dr Jean-Louis Vanoverschelde:  For sure, the fact is that there are statistical means that allow you to mimic not to be the exactly the same as, but to mimic randomization and it is the propensity score matching. That means that you perform a prior analysis that will identify similar patients in the two cohorts and match them so that you are basically having the same kind of patients that are treated with two different ways. So it's not randomization but it’s getting close to randomization when you use cohorts like the one from the MIDA registry. Dr Carolyn Lam:                Perfect. Victoria, did you take the same take home messages and are you applying this clinically? I noticed that you invited an editorial, a lovely editorial on this paper as well, so please share your thoughts. Dr Victoria Delgado:        Yeah, I share the same take home message that Dr. Vanoverschelde has outlined. I think that this is very important article, it's a landmark article highlighting one of the most important things that mitral valve repair should be probably the standard of care for patients with severe mitral regurgitation without degenerative cause with a flail and the article basically what it does is also endorsing the recommendations of current guidelines highlighting the value of mitral valve repair. Of course that mitral valve repair should be performed in centers with experience and with good durability of these repairs, so the centers need to have a good heart team where they can analyze their results in such a way like the MIDA registry has done demonstrating a good durability of the repair. Dr Carolyn Lam:                And do you have anything to add to that Jean-Louis? Dr Jean-Louis Vanoverschelde:  No, I think basically Victoria very well summarized the basic features not only of the paper itself but also of the condition and what currently is in the guidelines. In fact, the guidelines have already said that we should be preferring mitral valve repair over replacement, but the data on which this was based were probably not as conclusive as the one that are provided by this analysis of our registry, so I think it's really reinforcing the idea that we should go ahead and try to perform repair as much as possible, now with a caveat of course that the surgeons need to be skilled enough to perform that. But with the type of differences that we see in survival between the two cohorts I think that if a surgeon does not feel comfortable with repairing the valve and would rather replace it, he might refer the patient to another surgeon that is capable of repairing the valve. The impact and outcome is such that I think this really supports the idea that the patient should be referred to high volume and skilled centers. Dr Carolyn Lam:                Could you give us an idea of what kind of impact you're talking about, what kind of numbers that you see? Dr Jean-Louis Vanoverschelde:  It's the same in all the analysis, whether it's in the overall population or in the matched cohorts by 20 years, we have something like 20 to 25% survival difference, absolute survival difference between the two groups. So it's a reduction of mortality approximately by half if you perform repair compared to replacement, and it is increasing with time, so it's not something that is only present in the first years but is increasing with time, so it's about 20 to 25% absolute difference between the two cohorts. Dr Carolyn Lam:                That truly is remarkable. Congratulations again on such a landmark paper like Victoria said. Now to either of you, question that's a bit left field maybe, but what do you think the role is now for percutaneous techniques of mitral valve repair or replacement then? Dr Jean-Louis Vanoverschelde:  That's an interesting question. I think that if you really look far away into the future probably everything at some point in time will be percutaneous. At this stage I’m not sure that the percutaneous technique able to mimic what we can do with surgery in terms of mitral valve repair. So, it's an alternative to surgery in patients who are inoperable. In those who can undergo a surgical mitral repair, my first choice will certainly be to go surgically rather than percutaneously, at least right now. Dr Carolyn Lam:                Victoria? Dr Victoria Delgado:        I also agree with those comments. I think that now we have a lot of possibilities to treat these patients but the most important thing is to have the entire clinical picture of the patient, to see the pros and cons of preparing the patient for surgery or for percutaneous valve. There should be also an integration of imaging to know which is the cause of the valve dysfunction and to see whether the anatomy could be easily repaired by surgery or instead if the patient has contraindication for surgery, if it could be repairable as well with transcatheter therapy. But then for that I think that is really important and this is what the editorial also highlights, the role of the heart team, where there are different specialist surgeons, clinical cardiologists, heart failure specialists, imaging specialists that can integrate the entire information of the patient in order to select the most appropriate therapy. But still for patients who do not have contraindications for surgery who have repairable valve and as you can see from this registry, the percentage of repairability is quite high, I would still refer the patient as well for surgical valve repair. Dr Carolyn Lam:                You heard it right here. Thank you so much for joining us today and please don't forget to tune in next week.  

  • 023: Using Nature to Combat Climate Change—The Nature Conservancy

    · 00:20:18 · Infinite Earth Radio – weekly conversations with leaders building smarter, more sustainable, and equitable communities

    Topic: Enhancing Resilience of Human and Natural Communities In This Episode: 01:27 Introduction of Louis Blumberg. 01:57 Louis describes the moment when he realized that combating climate change would become the focus of his career. 03:29 Louis explains what ecosystem services are. 04:37 What are some of the other natural solutions to climate change? 05:26 Louis describes the comprehensive suite of natural climate-change solutions that he’s working on. 06:28 How do these natural climate-change solutions impact low-income, people-of-color, and indigenous communities? 07:29 Does working with the people in other countries translate to low-income, people-of-color, indigenous communities in California and on the West Coast? 08:20 Are there any leading-edge innovators or implementers when it comes to natural climate-change tools? 09:52 Is there anybody in the private sector supporting your work? 11:21 Louis explains the three-prong approach of using nature to address climate change. 12:41 Are there any large-scale projects of using nature to actually restore carbon? 14:10 Is the decrease in forest cover an international issue or a domestic issue? 15:01 Are urban forestation programs going to make a significant difference, or should we be focused on larger international projects to reforest large areas? 16:38 How can people learn more about your work and support it? 17:16 Louis shares one change that would lead to smarter, more sustainable, and more equitable communities. 18:22 Louis describes the action that listeners can take to help build a more equitable and sustainable future. 18:48 Louis explains what California and the West Coast look like 30 years from now. Guest: Louis Blumberg, is the Director of the California Climate Change Program of the Nature Conservancy’s California Chapter where he leads a multidisciplinary team developing a comprehensive suite of natural climate solutions including strategies to reduce and avoid greenhouse gas emissions from forest and other natural lands, and to enhance resilience of human and natural communities from the escalating impacts of climate change. Follow Louis on Twitter Organization: The Nature Conservancy - protecting nature, for people today and future generations. Founded in 1951, the Conservancy is the world's leading conservation organization. The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. Our vision is a world where the diversity of life thrives, and people act to conserve nature for its own sake and its ability to fulfill our needs and enrich our lives. The Forests 4 Climate Network consists of several nonprofit organizations working together to fight one of the world’s worst climate change problems: deforestation. Through tropical forest credits, these organizations believe jurisdictions across the world can limit greenhouse gas emissions by saving and restoring forests. Take Away Quotes: “We see that nature is a very powerful tool to address climate change; and by using nature, you often are able to accomplish—make progress, at least—in all three key strategies; and those are (1) reducing or avoiding the emissions of greenhouse gas; (2) restoring carbon to the earth; and (3) reducing climate-magnified risk and enhancing resilience of both human and natural communities.” “In California, there are two Native American tribes. Both of those tribes have been able to produce forest carbon credits and sell them on the market, and…they’re using the revenue to buy back adjacent cutover timber land that was part of their ancestral land base. This is a great way to protect and restore their cultural heritage while protecting the environment and fighting climate change.” “Unfortunately, many of the other large environmental groups have not focused on the role of nature to address climate change; and while their work is very important at helping to transform the energy, electricity, and transportation sectors, the Nature Conservancy is the only group I know that’s taking a full, comprehensive, three-way approach, that I mentioned earlier, to addressing climate change.” “What we need to do right now is stop deforestation, wherever it’s happening. That’s quick and easy…If we can stop the destruction of forests, we can maintain the carbon that’s there and benefit from the carbon those forests will store over time, the increased sequestration value over time.” Resources: The Nature Conservancy Learn How You Can Get Involved Forests 4 Climate Network

  • Louis Delahaije: LottoJumbo Cycling Performance Manager

    · Real Coaching

    Joel interviews real coach Louis Delahaije, Performance Manger for the Lotto Jumbo cycling team, discussing his background, path from triathlon to cycling, contrasts between coaching environments, polarised training and more. Joel and Paulo discuss athlete monitoring and the session RPE model, plus a bonus swimming segment after the interview. Follow Joel Filliol: @joelfilliol http://twitter.com/joelfilliol Follow Joel Filliol Coaching on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/JoelFilliolCoaching/ Follow Paulo Sousa: @pstriathlon https://twitter.com/pstriathlon Follow The Triathlon Squad on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheTriathlonSquad/ Notes from Episode 7: Follow Louis on twitter: https://twitter.com/coachluicito Louis Delahaije LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/louis-delahaije-14235548 Team Lotto Jumbo Bio: http://www.teamlottojumbo.com/cycling-staff-139698/louis-delahaije439638 Louis Delahaije, Team LottoNL-Jumbo: The race to recovery: http://www.leadersinsport.com/insight/262/5-minutes-with-louis-delahaije/ 5 minutes with Louis Delahaije High Performance Manager, Team Belkin/Lotto Jumbo: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16430681 Quantifying training intensity distribution in elite endurance athletes: is there evidence for an "optimal" distribution?: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16430681 Subjective Self Reported Monitoring: http://ylmsportscience.blogspot.com/2015/10/monitoring-subjective-self-reported.html Monitoring the athlete training response: subjective self-reported measures trump commonly used objectivemeasures: a systematic review: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26423706 Effects of High Intensity Training by Heart Rate or Power in Recreational Cyclists: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3737823/ Pubmed Search FTP: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=FTP+cycling Help us out with a review on iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/real-coaching/id1052949196?mt=2 Sign Up for Joel's newsletter to be notified of podcast transcripts when they are available. http://joelfilliol.com/contact Feedback? Topic or guest suggestions? Leave a comment on twitter or email at podcast AT joelfilliol.com  Show Notes: http://joelfilliol.com/podcast/2015/12/17/louis-delahaije-lotto-jumbo-cycling-performance-manager Subscribe iTunes https://geo.itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/real-coaching/id1052949196?mt=2 Sound Cloud https://soundcloud.com/realcoaching RSS http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:51398101/sounds.rss Overcast https://overcast.fm/itunes1052949196/real-coaching

  • Previously on BU - Unsung Heroes of St. Louis Blues (Hour 2)

    · Blues Unlimited - The Radio Show

    Your support is critical now, more than ever! Here’s how you can help: http://tinyurl.com/gter36s St. Louis, located near the southern end of the central Midwest, for many blues musicians making the trek north from Mississippi to Chicago during the 1940s and 1950s, was simply a stopping over point before continuing their journey. For others, such as the musicians being featured on this program, St. Louis was their home, and where they spent the bulk of their career. Unfortunately, unlike Chicago, Memphis, New Orleans, or New York, the River City was never a major recording center — and without a successful independent label like Atlantic, Chess, Stax, or Sun — opportunities to record were few and far in between. For a talented artist like James De Shay, who we find here captured by a BBC film crew in 1976, the opportunity to record commercially never came at all, while harmonica blower Doc Terry finally ended up cutting a few singles on his very own D.T.P. label in the early 1970s. Johnnie Johnson, of course, might be the most well-known name on the roster here, thanks to his long association with Chuck Berry — who found success in Chicago thanks to a tip from Muddy Waters, who told him to go see Phil and Leonard Chess (the rest, as they say, is history). Tommy Bankhead also came up from Mississippi, along the way, playing with a Who’s Who of blues legends that would make anyone envious today. Bennie Smith, on the other hand, was a St. Louis native who became a mentor to so many other budding electric guitarists, it’s hard to count them all. Among his students was Ike Turner, who we plan on profiling in a future episode. Pianist Clayton Love, it turns out, was a friend of Ike Turner, going back to their days in Clarksdale, first recording together in 1954 for Modern, and again in 1957 for the Federal imprint, in Cincinnati. Like Turner, Oliver Sain was another master craftsman who called St. Louis his home, descending from an impressive blues lineage. Not only was Dan Sane his grandfather (musical partner of the legendary Memphis guitarist Frank Stokes and one-half of the musical duo, the Beale Street Sheiks), but his step-father was also Willie Love, who recorded with Elmore James and Sonny Boy Williamson for Trumpet in the early 1950s. Sain, in turn, wore so many musical hats, it almost defies belief: multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, arranger, bandleader, producer, music publisher, and owner of a recording studio. Ironically, it was a random sample from one of his 45s, by a famous rap group, that brought him the greatest financial success of his career. At the other end of the spectrum, we find the obscure Guitar Tommy Moore, cutting a bona fide St. Louis classic in 1964. The label, Ultrasonic, was one of many owned by Gabriel — a famous disk jockey, who, as of this writing, can still be found plying his trade over the airwaves of his hometown. Blues expert Jim O’Neal has spent fruitless hours trying to track down the elusive Moore, with Gabriel saying all that he remembers about Moore, at this late date, is that he looked like Benny Hill. As they say, you can’t really make this stuff up. St. Louis was home to many talented musicians, and on this episode of Blues Unlimited, we pay tribute to a handful of them. Special thanks to our good friend, radio colleague and fellow blues-lover Tony C., for help and assistance in preparing this program. Pictured: The hands of St. Louis guitarist Bennie Smith. Photo by Bill Greensmith. Inset: A St. Louis classic from Guitar Tommy Moore. Don't forget to install the PodOmatic Podcast Player app for iOS so you can listen to Sleepy Boy Hawkins wherever you go! Details at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/podomatic/id648258566?mt=8

  • Louis Cole - Fun For Louis

    · 01:44:23 · London Real

    Louis Cole - Fun For Louis WATCH FULL EPISODE: http://londonrealacademy.com/episodesLouis Cole is a British film-maker and YouTube personality who travels the world making videos of his experiences, and has acquired millions of fans in the process.TURN YOUR PASSION INTO A BUSINESS: http://londonrealacademy.com/the-business-acceleratorFun For Louis YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/FunForLouisLouis Cole on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/funforlouis/Louis Cole on Twitter: https://twitter.com/funforlouis Louis Cole on Tumblr: http://funforlouis.tumblr.com/BUILD THE BEST YOU:http://londonrealacademy.comSUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToLondonReal

  • Ep 20: St.Louis County Police Departments social media manager, Vera Culley.

    · 00:40:33 · The Police Podcast

    This episode of The Police Podcast is brought to you by: The St.Louis County Police Department became famous for being the police agency responsible for the investigation and communications for the Michael Brown shooting investigation.  Although St.Louis County PD had nothing to do with the event, as the largest agency in the immediate area, they provide their professional investigative and communications services for agencies whose own resources don't allow for the required response. The SLCPD communications team was comprised of one man, Sergeant Brian Schellman  who was responsible for trying to meet the demands of the insatiable appetites of not only the main stream media, but the social media channels as well. In the aftermath of the #Ferguson events, the St.Louis County Police Department hired Vera Culley in November to join the communications team and focus on the benefits and demands of a robust social media program for the department to compliment the media relations role and the front line officers.  Vera came from the mainstream media in St.Louis and also grew up in East St.Louis and has lived in the area her entire life. Vera brings with her the experience personally and professionally to add a great level of depth and perspective in the online voice for SLCPD. It was my pleasure to have Vera as my first live guest interview on The Police Podcast as I travelled to the St.Louis County and Municipal Police Training Academy to talk social and digital media with several departments there. Vera has an incredible passion and spirit. She truly wants to bring the message of a great profession to the communities of St.Louis County and build relationships with those communities to help establish an environment of trust and understanding.  You can follow along with the St.Louis County Police and Vera online here: Web: http://www.stlouisco.com/LawandPublicSafety/PoliceDepartmentTwitter: https://twitter.com/stlcountypdFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/StLouisCountyPoliceInstagram: https://instagram.com/stlcountypd/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCedDHcqSgiaOk4J0vkAC5LQ    

  • Ruta 61 - Joe Louis Walker - 20/11/17

    · 01:07:33 · Ruta 61

    Joe Louis Walker viene a España para actuar en el Festival Internacional de Jazz de Madrid y aprovechamos su visita para disfrutar de la música de este gran bluesman de San Francisco. Playlist: Snatch It Back and Hold It – Junior Wells; Joe’s Jump, Leave That Girl Alone, Midnight Train – Joe Louis Walker; Lover’s Holiday – Joe Louis Walker, Shemekiah Copeland; Slow Down GTO, Ain’t That Cold, You’re Gonna Make Me Cry, Eyes Like a Cat, Born in Chicago – Joe Louis Walker y amigos; Way Too Expensive, I’m Tide – Joe Louis Walker. Escuchar audio

  • Louis XV #1

    · Timeline (5.000 ans d'Histoire)

    Né en 1710, roi en 1715 à 5 ans, il meurt le 10 mai 1774. Il a régné 59 ans, avec une Régence de 9 ans. Fait rare, il est l'arrière-petit-fils de son prédécesseur, le « Grand » Louis XIV. C’est un règne, nous allons le voir en 3 épisodes très curieux. Louis XV est un roi peu connu du grand public, car en effet, comment voulez-vous exister quand vous êtes entre « Saint » Louis XIV et le martyr Louis XVI ? A la fois Louis le bien-aimé et Louis le mal aimé, il est le roi d’un royaume à son apogée, et donc, du début du déclin. L’a t-il provoqué, accéléré, ou au contraire ne pouvait-il rien y faire, dans quel état était la France de l’époque, nous reviendrons sur tous ces sujets. Dans ce premier épisode, nous revenons sur sa naissance, les circonstances qui ont fait qu’il soit devenu dauphin alors que rien ne l’y prédestinait, et bien sûr la Régence, nous parlerons d’économie, … Louis XV #1 !

  • 091-The Voyage of the Damned

    · 00:34:52 · Futility Closet

    In 1939, an ocean liner carrying 900 Jewish refugees left Nazi Germany seeking sanctuary in North America, but it was turned away by every nation it appealed to. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll follow the so-called "voyage of the damned" and the plight of its increasingly desperate passengers. We'll also discuss the employment prospects for hermits in Seattle and puzzle over the contentment of a condemned woman. Please consider becoming a patron of Futility Closet -- on our Patreon page you can pledge any amount per episode, and all contributions are greatly appreciated. You can change or cancel your pledge at any time, and we've set up some rewards to help thank you for your support. You can also make a one-time donation via the Donate button in the sidebar of the Futility Closet website. Sources for our feature on the MS St. Louis: Gordon Thomas and Max Morgan Witts, Voyage of the Damned, 1974. Sarah A. Ogilvie and Scott Miller, Refuge Denied: The St. Louis Passengers and the Holocaust, 2006. C. Paul Vincent, "The Voyage of the St. Louis Revisited," Holocaust and Genocide Studies 25:2 (Fall 2011). American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, "The Story of the S.S. St. Louis (1939)" (accessed 01/10/2016). Robert Leiter, "Voyage of the Damned: Survivors of the Ill-Fated St. Louis Recall Their Bittersweet Journey," Jewish Exponent, June 17, 1999. United States Coast Guard, "What Was the Coast Guard's Role in the SS St. Louis Affair, Often Referred to as 'The Voyage of the Damned'?" (accessed 01/10/2016). Holocaust Online: Voyage of the St. Louis: Background Information Jessica Shepherd, "Message in Bottle From Voyage of the Damned," Evening Chronicle, Nov. 10, 2003. Listener mail: Levi Pulkkinen, "City of Seattle Looks to Pay $10,000 for Drawbridge Wordsmith," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Jan. 14, 2016. Cara Giaimo, "Fleeting Wonders: Seattle Is Looking for a Poet to Live in a Bridge," Atlas Obscura, Jan. 18, 2016 Seattle's application forms for the positions: Writer/Poet Residency Lighting Artist Residency Atlas Obscura, Fremont Troll (accessed 01/23/2016). Wikipedia, Fremont Troll (accessed 01/23/2016). This week's lateral thinking puzzle was contributed by listener Maureen Day. You can listen using the player above, download this episode directly, or subscribe on iTunes or via the RSS feed at http://feedpress.me/futilitycloset. Many thanks to Doug Ross for the music in this episode. Enter promo code CLOSET at Harry's and get $5 off your first order of high-quality razors. If you have any questions or comments you can reach us at podcast@futilitycloset.com. Thanks for listening!

  • Weekend Workout 152 - Takeover feat. Louis The Child

    · 00:56:04 · Felix Cartal - Weekend Workout

    Magic Man - Paris (Louis The Child Remix) Soysauce - Broken Record (ft. Joni Fatora) (Louis The Child Remix) Stardust - Music Sounds Better With You (WRLD Remix) Etched - What You Gonna Do Giraffage - Chocolate Dawn Golden - All I Want (Manila Killa Remix) Future ft. Kanye West - I Won (Louis Futon Remix) Seinabo Sey - Pistols At Dawn (Lucian x Mickey Valen Remix) Mr. Carmack - This Morning Was Funny Djemba Djemba - Macking In The Car I (I Don't Drive) (ADUSTIO Remix) Cashmere Cat & DJ Mustard - Ice Rink Bombay Bicycle Club - Home By Now (Louis The Child Remix) Alt-J - Left Hand Free (Lido Remix) Tobtok - Pegasus Hunt For The Breeze - Aquanaut Ashanti - Rock With U (LeMarquis Remix) Logic - Break It Down (Louis Futon Remix) Florence + The Machine - You've Got the Love (Antis & Le Croquant Remix) Corona - Rhythm Of The Night (Hotel Garuda & AO Beats Remix) 50 Cent - 21 Questions (SNBRN Remix) Cashmere Cat - Mirror Maru (Melvv Bootleg) Doja Cat - So High (San Holo Remix) Nadus - Nxwxrk (RL Grime Edit) SYRE - Analog Dream ODESZA - Say My Name (SteLouse Remix) Giraffage - Money Vic Mensa - Wimme Nah (prod. Kaytranada) Zola Jesus - Go (Blank Sea) (Diplo Remix) Mura Masa - Lotus Eater Jacob Banks - Worthy (Chahine x Rusty Hook Flip) Flume & Chet Faker - Drop The Game (Sweater Beats Remix) K. Flay - Make Me Fade A-Trak & Milo & Otis - Out the Speakers (feat. Rich Kidz) [Vindata Remix] Boombox Cartel - B2U (feat. Ian Everson) Chiefs - Inside Out (SteLouse x Louis The Child Remix) Zella Day - Compass (Louis The Child Remix)

  • 108: The Commonwealth Games

    · 01:09:13 · GymCastic: The Gymnastics Podcast

    Claudia Fragapane (top left), Olivia Vivian (top right), and Glawgow volunteer Jamie Day (center bottom).   Jessica, Blythe, Emma and Jamie chat about: Did Australian head coach, Peggy Liddick's controversial plan to take potential event medalists and leaving their all around champion at home. Our fears that the British media are portraying Fragapane as the next world champion and will set her up for unreasonable expectations. Jamie tells us what it was like to volunteer in Glasgow for gymnastics and be forced to eat candy! Dipa Karmakar's double front vault. Was it worthy of it's namesake, the great Produnova? Louis Smith and Kristina Thomas carrying an injured Sam Oldham onto the podium for his gold medal in a Kerry Strug-esque moment of glory. The most anticipated pommel horse show down since the 2012 Olympic Games.  The fantastic attitude of Becky Downie who competed injured for a title on bars but three falls on beam. The gym-romance between Hannah Whelan and Sam Oldham. Will Max Whitlock challenge for an all around medal at Worlds? Ellie Black vs. Claudia Fragapane in the vault finals- -we discuss whether or not the outcome was fair. Olivia Vivian, Miss Congeniality of the gymnastics world. The massive improvement of the Welsh girls and Indian women's gymnastics. Sportsmanship gymnastics style. 107: Acro World Champions Kristin Allen & Michael Rodrigues 106: Biles and Ross Dominate the 2014 US Secret Classic 2014 Senior Secret Classic Competition Photo Gallery 102: Classic Episode with Louis Smith 101: Olivia Vivian 81: Jenny Hansen 96: Australian Nationals & Men’s European Championships Victoria Moors: A Photo Gallery from the 2014 American Cup 86: British Championships & Doha World Cup An Inside View of gymnastics at the Commonwealth Games - by from our friend MIchelle Webb who volunteered in media at the games. I was, and still am, skeptical about the team format. The reason they did it was because they didn't have enough of the most highly qualified judges to run all the panels simultaneously. That makes me wonder if there are rules against judges from non-competing nations judging or if it was a money thing in forking out for extra officials. One good thing about the way they organised the countries was that it meant spectators got to cheer on gymnasts from just about every country. All the big teams except Wales had MAG in one session and WAG in the other. That was very nice for the fans and it also meant gymnasts could watch their male/female counterparts perform. Of course the big consequence of the country draw was that MAG medals were decided in the first session and WAG medals in the second. That meant those that paid more for "finals" tickets only saw half the competition be decided but it was great for the session one spectators who didn't get to see the medal ceremony but saw the big MAG England v Scotland battle. I would be interested to know what the gymnasts thought of it. I'm curious how being able to focus on limited events per day stacked up against being different and having to compete multiple days in a row. As a trampolinist I would be perturbed having to compete set and voluntary routines on different days, I'd prefer to get it done and out of the way! I guess there was the potential for tactics to change based on day one scores but I'm not sure we saw any of that. The announcer was good about explaining which teams were coming in and out. Teams were marched in and out at the same times as other groups were rotating events so it was a bit disjointed. With so much going on it was extremely difficult to keep track of the scores. The main scoreboard had MAG and WAG scores, subdivisions and rotation numbers and was probably tricky to follow for newbies. I'm not sure the non-gym nerds were too bothered but I found it had less ebb and flow than a normal team competition. I always remember Barry Davies (God) being disparaging about Romania winning Sydney TF while sitting on the sidelines. Having a score to chase is less dramatic than everyone competing at the same time although it does give you more time with the calculator. I'd say that the format was very good for newbies as they got a heck of a lot of variety with MAG,  WAG and many countries. I think gym nerds would prefer the better focus the traditional format provides. Competition Won't say too much here because everyone can watch the routines but... Get well soon Sam. Can we please ship CWG gymnasts to Marta and teach them to stay on the fecking beam? I've never seen so many smiles in a WAG AA competition, lovely to watch gymnasts be chuffed with their performances and enjoying themselves. The cameraderie between all the gymnasts was great. Particularly liked seeing the Scotland and England coaches shaking hands/high fiving during the march rounds. Singapore WAG are a nice team, smart form and decent difficulty. Watching gymnasts from smaller nations is a good reminder of how difficult gymnastics really is. It is easy to forget the level of preparation giants and basic ring moves require when you just watch top teams. Rhian Pugh (2004 Junior Euro bar champ) was judging. She was a line judge during the team competition and I think a timing official for UB finals. Pretty neat that she was officiating at a competition including the Zuchold which was in her routine back in the day. The music played was matched to the gymnasts going. When Wales had performed and Welsh fans dressed as daffodils were shown in the audience they played "Delilah" by Welsh artist Tom Jones. After Ruby Harrold finished on bars they played "Ruby ruby ruby" by the Kaiser Chiefs! Behind the scenes My Clydesider volunteer role was "press tribune team leader" which meant I looked after the journalists, distributed scores and made sure only authorised people came into the press tribunes (working area which was behind vault/beam). It was so cool to see the back stage organisation of an event and it was wonderful to contribute to the gymnastics and the Games as a whole. As a bonus I actually got to see a fair bit of gymnastics which helped me feel better about selling my tickets when I got my volunteer position. Some neat things that happened/were spotted and that I'm allowed to talk about were... Craig Heap taking pictures of his screen for the England 1-2-3 and Christine doing the same when her gymnast Georgina Hockenhull won bronze on beam. I got to go on the field of play to move photographers' benches around during RSG podium training. They were also used in London and still had 2012 stickers on them. Nice to see things being re-used in a sustainable games. For the team and HB medal ceremonies I moonlighted in the mixed zone where my job was to walk gymnasts from the broadcast area to the written press mixed zone. Such a cool job and being there meant I could listen in on the interviews. Peggy and Lauren both said that they were the third ranked country going in and that they won silver rather than it being a disappointment. Peggy also mentioned her team being under-prepared, will peak for worlds and that she's happy they were all healthy. All the medallists got a bag of goodies which included a frame/mount thing for their medals. It was proper amusing to see the judges all trying to get pictures with Louis while the volunteers were trying to shepard him to journalists. After the VT medal ceremony Dipa ran up to her coach to hang her bronze around his neck. Whatever you think about her vaulting and their strategy it was a cute moment. Multiple journalists had never covered the sport before and asked me to explain what was going on. PERFECT job for me! I felt sorry for them being so out of their comfort zone but some of the errors I saw in articles were inexcusable and could have been solved with a quick google (China are world leaders in WAG) or glance at the information we gave them (Louis features in AA finals) grrrrrrr! I just loved using my gym nerd powers and explaining what was going on to my team of volunteers and journalists who asked. Audience and Noobs Various games were played with the audience to keep the energy levels high. Some of these applied to all the CWG venues but they are extra relevant to gymnastics given the down times between routines and that worlds is at the same venue next year. "Weegie wave" was a term coined for the Games as far as I'm aware. This is a "Mexican wave" or "the wave" depending on where you are from. I was given blank looks at a US summer camp when I suggested a Mexican wave, once I explained it I was told the American name and that I shouldn't be racist! The same thing happened with Chinese whispers/telephone. Anyway, they got this going a lot and the audience had to race an electronic Clyde (Games mascot) around the arena. There was also a super slo-mo version where they asked the audience to be as graceful as the gymnasts. Kiss-cam/highland dancing cam/air guitar cam. For this they would show members of the audience and get them to do as they were told. Most people were up for it. Notable events were getting the announcer on kiss-cam, Louis vs a NZ gymnasts on air guitar cam (as you can imagine Louis went for it) and the highlight was the Dan's on highland dancing cam. They were resolutely not up for it. Keatings just laughed and made jokes while Purvis gave us some head bopping. Such a shame! There was an announcer who roved the audience doing interviews with kids and getting people to participate in the 30 second challenge. Variations of this were name countries in the CW, sports in the CWG, fruit, vegetables. Then they'd play a video of a sports star doing the same to see who would win. Speaking of videos they had Beth reminiscing about her UB title in Manchester and Steve Frew doing the same about SR (which shockingly they cut off before the SR ceremony that he presented at).  There were also videos for each apparatus and they were actually pretty detailed, going as far as describing the special requirements on PH. There were several acrobatic gymnastics performances from the GB juniors which were very well received. The 2015 worlds were publicised a lot with the announcer mentioning that tickets had almost sold out. All the noobs adored Claudia. There were lots of height comments. Super young kids around me kept asking their parents when Louis would be on, he's so well known now. Some on my team commented on the scary vauting of the Indian WAGs. None of them had any gymnastics knowledge and were fairly non-plussed about volunteering at this venue but 80% loved it, thought gymnastics was amazing and will be watching Tumble. Watch this week's playlist on YouTube here.      

  • Marin Marais à Paris en 1706 (4/5)

    · 00:28:37 · Musicopolis

    durée : 00:28:37 - Musicopolis - par : Anne-Charlotte Rémond - ## Programmation musicale **♫ Jean\-Féry Rebel (1666\- 1747)** _Les Elemens (1737) I. Le Cahos_ Les Musiciens du Louvre, direction Marc Minkowski (il faut peut\-être ajouter des cloches et plus si affinité) Erato 2292\-45974\-2 **♫ André\-Cardinal Destouches (1672\-1749)** _Callirhoé (1712) Acte II. Sc 5\. "Quel coup vient me frapper" puis "Redoutable enfant du tonnerre"_ Joao Fernandes, basse, Le Concert Spirituel, direction Hervé Niquet Glossa GES 921612\-F **♫ Marin Marais (1656\-1728)** _Livre IV (1717) Suitte d'un goût étranger. 87 Le Badinage_ Jordi Savall, basse de viole et arrangement, Rolf Lislevand, théorbe, Pierre Hantaï, clavecin Valois V 4640 (BOF Tous les matins du monde) **♫ Marin Marais (1656\-1728)** _Livre IV (1717) Suite à 3 violes en Ré majeur. Allemande_ Jérôme Hantaï,basse de viole Pierre Jaquier d'après un modèle français du XVIIè siècle, Kaori Uemura, basse de viole François Bodart d'après Joachim Tielcke, Alix Verzier, basse de viole Charles Riché d'après Nicolas Bertrand, Pierre Hantaï, clavecin Joop Klinkhammer,d'après des modèles flamands Virgin 5453582 **♫ Michel\-Richard Delalande (1657\-1726)** _De Profundis_ Deller Consort, direction Alfred Deller Vanguard Classics MC 197 _**♫ Marin Marais (1656\-1728)** Livre II (1701) Suite en Sol majeur. Gigue "La Badine"_ Jean\-Louis Charbonnier, Paul Rousseau, basses de violes, Pierre Trocellier, clavecin Ligia Digital **♫ Marin Marais (1656\-1728)** _Livre I (1686) Suite en ré mineur. Prélude 1 (viole seule)_ Jean\-Louis Charbonnier, basse de viole Ligia Digital Lidi 0301173\-06 **♫ Marin Marais (1656\-1728)** _Livre I (1686) Suite en ré mineur. Menuet 23 (2 violes et théorbe)_ Jean\-Louis Charbonnier, Paul Rousseau, basses de viole, Mauricio Buraglia, théorbe Ligia Digital Lidi 0301173\-06 **♫ Marin Marais (1656\-1728)** _Livre II (1701) Suite en mi mineur. Prélude_ Marianne Muller, basse de viole et direction, Ensemble Spirale ZZT060801 **♫ Marin Marais (1656\-1728)** _Livre II (1701) Suite en mi mineur. Gigue "La Badine"_ Marianne Muller, basse de viole et direction, Ensemble Spirale ZZT060801 **♫ Marin Marais (1656\-1728)** _Livre IV (1717) Suite à 3 violes en Ré majeur. Petite Paysanne_ Jérôme Hantaï,basse de viole Pierre Jaquier d'après un modèle français du XVIIè siècle, Kaori Uemura, basse de viole François Bodart d'après Joachim Tielcke, Alix Verzier, basse de viole Charles Riché d'après Nicolas Bertrand, Pierre Hantaï, clavecin Joop Klinkhammer,d'après des modèles flamands Virgin 5453582 **♫ Marin Marais (1656\-1728)** _Livre IV (1717) Suite à 3 violes en Ré majeur. Gigue_ Jérôme Hantaï,basse de viole Pierre Jaquier d'après un modèle français du XVIIè siècle, Kaori Uemura, basse de viole François Bodart d'après Joachim Tielcke, Alix Verzier, basse de viole Charles Riché d'après Nicolas Bertrand, Pierre Hantaï, clavecin Joop Klinkhammer,d'après des modèles flamands Virgin 5453582 **♫ Marin Marais (1656\-1728)** _Livre III. (1711) Plainte_ Sophie Watillon, basse de viole, Friederike Heumann, basse de viole, Xavier Diaz, théorbe Alpha ALPHA 036 **♫ Antoine Forqueray** _Suite en ré mineur La Forqueray_ Paolo Pandolfo, basse de viole, Guido Balestracci, viole de gambe, Rolf Lislevand, théorbe Glossa GCD 2K0401 ## Bibliographie **Sylvette Millot et Jérôme de La Gorce**, _Marin Marais_, Fayard, 1991 **Jérôme de la Gorce**, _L'Opéra à Paris au temps de Louis XIV. Histoire d'un théâtre_, Desjonquières, 1992 **Evrard Titon du Tillet**, _Le Parnasse français, 1732_ ; édité en extraits par Marie\-Françoise Quignard sous le titre Les Vies des Musiciens et autres Joueurs d'Instruments du r§gne de Louis le Grand, Gallimard, 1991 **Marcelle Benoit**, _Les évènements musicaux sous le règne de Louis XIV. Chronologie_, Picard, 2004 **François Bluche**, _La Vie quotidienne au temps de Louis XIV,_ Hachette 1984 _Grandes Journées Marin Marais_, Automne 2006, Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles, textes réunis par Benoit Dratwicki - réalisé par : Philippe Petit

  • #2050LePodcast - Ep.18 - 2050: règne de l'open source ou des multinationales?

    · 00:28:00 · #2050, le podcast

    Jean-Louis Louvel est un industriel et entrepreneur normand. Son entreprise se nomme PGS (http://www.groupepgs.com/). Jean-Louis est aussi acteur de l’innovation avec la NFactory (https://nfactory.io/), incubateur, accélérateur et financeur de l’amorçage de jeunes entreprises. Il a choisi l’Hôtel de Bourgtheroulde (http://www.hotelsparouen.com/) pour me recevoir. Il m’explique pourquoi (3’57). « Le monde va changer encore plus vite »C’est d’entrepreneuriat dont nous allons parler ensemble (6’03). Jean-Louis relève que les femmes sont de plus en plus nombreuses à créer des entreprises et s’en félicite. Moi aussi !Nous évoquons aussi le CES de Las Vegas auquel Jean-Louis participait en début d’année. Ce qui l’a marqué, c’est la vitesse…« L’Open Source, l’accélérateur en puissance »Pour Jean-Louis, l’innovation en 2050 sera le fruit de partenariats entre des êtres, leurs idées et de grands groupes, bénéficiant de la force de déploiement. Pour lui, les nouvelles technologies sont également porteuses de solution pour réinventer les « vieilles industries ». Nous évoquons Elon Musk (14’48).« L’intelligence artificielle, ce qui m’inquiète le plus… »Pour Jean-Louis, la question en 2050 sera aussi de maîtriser, de contrôler le développement de l’intelligence artificielle (18’07). Est-ce que les jeunes générations, la culture du partage peuvent contrer ces risques (20’35)? Entre inquiétude et utopie, Jean-Louis mise lui sur la bienveillance. Je l’interroge alors sur la place de la culture, des arts dans le monde de l’entreprise pour rester humain bienveillant (22’36). Sa réponse interroge la place du travail dans la société en 2050…Enfin, je lui demande de formuler un vœu (26’32).----------Abonnez-vous pour ne manquer aucun épisode : Sur ITunes (https://t.co/3ipXDA4uAI) où je vous invite à laisser des étoiles et des avis, ça compte énormément ! Vous pouvez également retrouver #2050LePodcast sur Deezer (http://www.deezer.com/show/53094).Suivez la Page Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/Hashtag2050LePodcast/) du podcast.Soutenez le podcast en laissant un pourboire… Ça se passe sur Tipeee (https://www.tipeee.com/2050lepodcast)!Réagissez sur les réseaux sociaux avec la mention #2050LePodcast.Tous les épisodes sont également ici : http://rebeccarmstrong.net/category/2050-podcast/.

  • Louis Langrée dirige Pelléas et Mélisande au Théâtre des Champs-Elysées

    · 02:00:14 · La Matinale

    durée : 02:00:14 - La Matinale - par : Jean-Baptiste Urbain - ► 07h15 l Le mot du jour par Corinne Schneider : [180\. Arpeggione](https://www.francemusique.fr/emissions/le-mot-du-jour/mot-du-jour-ndeg180-arpeggione-33794) ► 07h40 l La chronique musicale de Christian Merlin : [Les chefs français boudés par les orchestres français](https://www.francemusique.fr/emissions/la-chronique-musique-de-christian-merlin/les-chefs-francais-boudes-par-les-orchestres-francais-33795) ► 08h10 l Culture Eco, par Antoine Pecqueur : [Emmanuel Macron et Marine Le Pen, deux conceptions du Ministère de la culture](https://www.francemusique.fr/emissions/culture-eco/emmanuel-macron-et-marine-le-pen-deux-conceptions-du-ministere-de-la-culture-33796) ► 08h15 l L'invité du jour : [Louis Langrée](https://www.francemusique.fr/emissions/l-invite-du-jour/louis-langree-dirige-pelleas-et-melisande-au-theatre-des-champs-elysees-33797) ► 08h55 l La chronique de Roselyne Bachelot : [Allons enfants de la patrie](https://www.francemusique.fr/emissions/la-chronique-de-roselyne-bachelot/chefs-et-orchestres-francais-33798)## Programmation musicale**Gioachino Rossini** _Semiramis : Ouverture_ National Philharmonic Orchestra Riccardo Chailly, direction DECCA (1981)**Camille Saint\-Saëns** _Sonate n°3 pour violoncelle et piano en ré Maj op posth. : Andante sostenuto_ Emmanuelle Bertrand, violoncelle Pascal Amoyel, piano HARMONIA MUNDI (2017)**Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer** _Suite VIII : prélude_ Louis\-Noël Bestion de Camboulas, clavecin AMBRONAY (2017)**Franz Schubert** _Sonate n° 13 en La Majeur op posth 120 D 664 : Rondo Allegro_ Javier Perianes, piano HARMONIA MUNDI (2017)**Alexandre Borodine** _Quatuor n°2 en Ré Majeur_ Quatuor Goldner HYPERION (2017)**Claude Le Jeune** _Revecy venir du Printans_ Ensemble Doulce Mémoire Denis Raision Dadre, direction Printemps des Arts de Monte\-Carlo (2017)**Serge Rachmaninov** _Concerto n°1 en fa dièse min op 1 : Vivace_ Byron Janis, piano Orchestre Philharmonique de Moscou Kiril Kondrachin, direction DECCA (1961)**Claude Debussy** _Pelléas et Mélisande : prélude_ Louis Langrée, direction Orchestre de Paris Captation concert Théâtre des champs Elysées (le 15/04/2011)**Claude Debussy** _Pelléas et Mélisande Acte 1 \- scène 2 \- voici ce qu'il écrit à son frère Pelléas (Geneviève)_ Louis Langrée direction Orchestre de Paris Marie\-Nicole Lemieux Captation concert Théâtre des champs Elysées (le 15/04/2011)**Antonio Lotti**\_ Crucifixus a 10\_ Andrew Parott, direction Taverner Consort EMI (1991)**Zhou Tian** _Concerto pour orchestre : Seeker’s scherzo_ Orchestre symphonique de Cincinnati Louis Langrée, direction Label Fanfare Cincinatti (2017)**Robert Schumann** _Quatuor en Mi bémol Majeur op 47: III. Andante cantabile_ Quatuor Emerson, Menahem Pressler DGG (1996) - réalisé par : Jean-Charles Diéval

  • Coupé au Montage - Quand Corine Marienneau est Coupée au Montage

    · Les derniers podcasts de la RTBF.be

    « Quand Corine Marienneau est Coupé au Montage » Les fans de Téléphone attendent une reformation du groupe depuis 1986. Mais plus le temps passe, plus cette perspective confirme son improbabilité. Le quatuor est irrémédiablement divisé. Précisément, désormais, c'est un trio, et une toute seule. Le trio, c'est Jean-Louis Aubert, Louis Bertignac et Richard Kolinka. La toute seule, c'est Corine Marienneau, la seule femme, la bassiste historique du groupe. Les trois hommes continuent à faire de la musique ensemble, ils remontent même sur scène pour reprendre leurs vieux tubes, mais sans Corinne, priée d'aller jouer ailleurs. Ils s'appelle désormais les Insus. Comme ils n'ont pas le droit de reprendre le nom Téléphone, ils ont opté pour cette petit pirouette à base de portable, et donc d'insus-portable. Mais pour Corine Marienneau, la pilule est amère, elle dit en interview à l'Obs : "Je crains que tout cela donne à penser que Téléphone, c'est Jean-Louis, Louis et Richard. C'est une manière subliminale de récupérer la marque et de m'effacer". Elle parle non pas de reformation, mais bien de déformation. Tout avait pourtant si bien commencé, les débuts de Téléphone, c'était presque de la matière à conte de fées déglingué. Au milieu des années 70, la jeune femme est danseuse. Elle est locataire d'une maison de musique où elle rencontre toute une scène musicale foisonnante, Jacque Higelin, Valérie Lagrange, mais aussi et surtout Aubert, Kolinka et Bertignac. Ce dernier dira d'elle : « Je l’avais trouvé mignonne et je l’avais branchée en lui demandant de venir me voir jouer. J’ai ensuite conclu avec elle, et je lui ai appris à jouer de la basse pour m’accompagner. L’affaire marchait pas mal et j’ai ressenti à ce moment-là qu’il y avait un public et une attente rock en France. » La suite, c'est une première formation, Shakin' Street, et enfin, Téléphone, même si au départ, Jean-Louis Aubert ne veut pas, je cite, « de gonzesse » dans le groupe. Elle confiera au journal Libération : « Je ne m'en rendais pas compte, mais la femme en moi a morflé durant ces années-là. Pour m'intégrer au groupe, j'étais devenue une espèce d'être asexué, androgyne. En tournée, seule au milieu de quarante mecs, je n'avais pas d'autre choix que d'occulter ma féminité et de porter les amplis. Mais le plus insupportable, c'était le rapport aux groupies. » Corine Marienneau passe des bras de Louis Bertignac à ceux de Jean-Louis Aubert. Il ne dit pas toujours non aux filles qui font le pied de grue devant la loge, elle en souffre. En tant qu'amoureuse et en tant que femme, elle se sent humiliée par le folklore sexuel de la groupie. Elle a l'impression, comme les autres, d'être un objet. De leur côté, les hommes estiment qu'avec ses accès de rage et de jalousie, elle sabote les concerts. Mais il y a la musique, la création, le succès. Un autre monde, Cendrillon, New York avec toi, Le jour s'est levé, et une ribambelle de chansons immortelles. Le groupe se supporte jusqu'à ce que les tensions prennent le dessus sur le reste. En 1986, Corine Marienneau décide de prendre une année sabbatique. Elle dure depuis 30 ans.

  • Louis CK Hosting SNL Review | May 16, 2015 Saturday Night Live Recap

    · 01:01:27 · Saturday Night Live LIVE: Post Show Recaps Podcast

    05/19/15 - Rob Cesternino and Rich Tackenberg review the 40th season finale of Saturday Night Live hosted by Louis CK. The post Louis CK Hosting SNL Review | May 16, 2015 Saturday Night Live Recap appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.

  • 116: Louis Smith, Amelle and David Roy Wood

    · 01:37:44 · GymCastic: The Gymnastics Podcast

    This week's interviews are with: Amelle Berrabah, shown here with her pro partner, sports acro world champion, Doug Fordyce; Louis Smith who gives us the deets on his Euros disappointment; and Amelle's coach David-Roy Wood who talks about what he learned from, no biggie, Nadia.   It's interview-o-rama today on the show! Louis Smith is here to answer your Book Club questions. Amelle Berrabah, the British singer and finalist on BBC One's gymnastics tv show, Tumble, is here with her coach David-Roy Wood (who also coaches Princess Catherine). And by the way, Amelle is going to continue with adult gymnastics when the show is over because she loves the fitness results she's achieved during training! To conclude, Jessica and Emma recap Tumble episode 5 before the big finale on Saturday where NADIA WILL BE PERFORMING! Louis Smith tells us: If he was every suspicious of his dad's motives when he came back into his life. Exactly why he was so upset about not being named to the GB squad for Europeans and how he thinks it should have been handled. If there is any truth to the Lucy Mecklenberg romance rumors How he concentrated on training with Lisa Mason and Rochelle Douglas in the same gym and advice for asking out a teammate. What he would change about Tumble for next season. Amelle and Dave tell us: What they learned from Nadia's surprise visit to their balance beam training session. About the training schedule and pressures of Tumble. Overcoming fear and doubt when there are millions of people watching. Find an adult gymnastics program in the US on Jessica’s website masters-gymnastics.com. Or discover the gymnastics program that’s right for you with a video introduction to all of the different disciplines of the sport. Find out more about BBC One’s Tumble on the official website. Watch full episodes on the BBC One YouTube Channel. If you are outside of the UK and want to watch Tumble on BBC One, you can use FreeTVCafe.net here.  Use at your own risk. There are a ton of play buttons that will automatically download crap onto your computer. Be extremely careful not to click on an advertisement. Less risky is using a VPN like TunnelBear, Zenmate, GetUsVPN. 114: Fallout From Gymnastike’s Handling of Maroney Hack & Tumble Episodes 3 and 4 with special guest Jenni Pinches! Episode 20: Jenni Pinches The Official Unofficial Podcast of Tumble on BBC One, Episode 2 109: The Tumble Podcast 102: Classic Episode with Louis Smith 107: Acro World Champions Kristin Allen & Michael Rodrigues 82: Cottbus, English Championships & Danusia Francis finally gets a 10 on beam! Episode 22: Beth Tweddle 99: Princess Catherine Lyons and Coach Rochelle Douglas