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41 of The Best Podcast Episodes for John Ford. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about John Ford, often where they are interviewed.

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41 of The Best Podcast Episodes for John Ford. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about John Ford, often where they are interviewed.

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#102 – John Ford: Keeping The Organization Informed

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John Ford is the Cybersecurity Strategist at IronNet and is an information security veteran with over twenty years in a wide variety of roles. Prior to IronNet, John was CISO for ConnectWise, the global leader in providing software solutions for Managed Services Providers. In this role, he was accountable for customer-facing security activities, product security, and served as an advisor to the CEO and leadership team.

Before joining IronNet, John founded Sienna Group, a firm dedicated to providing data protection solutions to enterprise organizations, and has held executive roles in the healthcare industry.

In this episode, we discuss healthcare security, compliance versus security, HIPAA regulation and privacy, intellectual property protection, real-time information sharing, ransomware in hospitals, recommendations for new CISOs, and so much more!

Where you can find John:

Nov 23 2020 · 39mins
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Episode 36 – John Ford & 'The Long Gray Line'

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This time last century, John Ford was an actor, day-player, and assistant director hanging with his actor-brother in the emerging medium of motion pictures. Now legendary, he is the current record-holder for most Best Director Academy Awards, and in many ways the author of what we consider the mainstream movie-going experience. On today’s episode I’m joined by filmmaker Henry Butash, where we discuss not only the movie he made before his “celebrated masterpiece” The Searchers (quotation marks mine), its tonally difficult first hour, but also its justifying and deeply moving last hour fifteen. Also, randomly: Butash’s marathoning of 40 Ford films over the summer, Ford’s guilt and legend-making storytelling instincts, his intensive prolificacy (six features in one year!), his expressiveness in the studio system, his poetic tendencies, and the unending discovery that is his prodigious, uneven, deep filmography.

The Long Gray Line is available to rent VOD and frequently appears on Turner Classic Movies.

Butash is a New York-based filmmaker who began his career in the editing room with director Terrence Malick on films including Knight of Cups, Voyage of Time and Song to Song. He wrote and directed his feature debut, The Atlantic City Story, starring Jessica Hecht (Friends, Breaking Bad) and Grammy Award-winner Mike Faist (Dear Evan Hansen, Steven Spielberg’s upcoming West Side Story), with the film recently premiering at the Denver Film Festival.

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Nov 09 2020 · 1hr 1min

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John Ford

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John Ford of The Strawbs, Hudson Ford, Elmer Gantry’s Velvet Opera, The Monks and more talks about his songwriting and career in music. John Ford – Dance with the Devil (new – from forthcoming album Life In A Foreign Town) Jaymes Fender and the Vulcans – Mistletoe Love (Single A-side, Parlophone, 1964) Elmer Gantry’s Velvet […]

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Oct 01 2020 · 1hr 32mins
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On this episode of ‘The Inspiration Project’, Brendan Corr talks to John Ford about what failure has taught John about life and faith and about working with some of the leading global companies.

Sep 10 2020 · 50mins
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Big Things from Small Places with John Ford of The Slow House Rules

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Once again I am lucky to have a great guest on that is doing great things for the fire service, John Ford. John runs The Slow House Rules Facebook and Instagram pages. I have followed John for a while and love his message of “you don’t have to be from a huge department to be doing great things”. In this episode John goes into why he created The Slow House Rules and we dig deep into no matter what size department you are with, the citizens that you serve are expecting you to perform your job like a professional. I really enjoyed this conversation and love John’s outlook on things.

Look John up on Facebook and Instagram at The Slow House Rules or @the_slow_house_rules .

Aug 27 2020 · 1hr 6mins
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John Ford - The Life of Jesus Pt. III (Luke 2:25-33)

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This teaching was taken from the July 12th, 2k20 Sunday Night service at Jesus is Lord Family Worship Center - 501 Redman St. Newport, AR
Jul 13 2020 · 50mins
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John Ford - The Life of Jesus Pt. II (Luke 2:8-12)

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This teaching was taken from the July 5th, 2k20 Sunday Night service at Jesus is Lord Family Worship Center - 501 Redman St. Newport, AR
Jul 06 2020 · 53mins
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John Ford, CEO-North America, eGym

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"How do we make the gyms useful for building health in the de-conditioned population? It's a hard problem to solve, and that's what the majority of our resources are aimed at . . . we want everybody--but especially beginners--to succeed at exercise," states John Ford, CEO of eGym USA. A long time industry veteran, John started Virtual Active which was later sold to NetPulse, the company responsible for the mobile apps behind Planet Fitness, 24 Hour, and hundreds of others. This comprehensive discussion touches on the need for a "mobile first" strategy, what gyms and boutiques must do to stay ahead of the curve (especially now due to the Corona virus,) thoughts on what will happen when the industry re-opens, and more!

Jun 25 2020 · 24mins
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022 - The Slow House Rules with John Ford

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In this episode Chief Soller and John Ford discuss "The Slow House" and that regardless of how many calls our agency may or may not run, that we as firefighters need to be prepared and take our job and our training seriously. As stated in the episode, "Everyone is important to someone".

About our guest:

John Ford is a career firefighter in Idaho.  He currently serves as an Engineer for the Star Fire District where he has been on the job since 2014.  He previously served as a volunteer/part time firefighter for the Eagle Fire District. 

The Star Fire District is a single station consisting of 12 full time personnel, an engine, brush unit and tanker/tender.  Star runs approximately 900 calls per year (fire and EMS).

You can follow John on Instagram and Facebook: @the_slow_house_rules
About our host:

Chief Brian Soller has been a volunteer firefighter for 30 years.  Brian is currently Chief of the Rock Hill Fire Department (100% Volunteer / Sullivan County, NY) and a Past Chief of the Monticello Fire Department (Combination / Sullivan County, NY). Brian is a Nationally Certified Level II Fire Instructor as well a Nationally Certified Fire Officer. He has been instructing firefighters of all levels for the past 17 years.  Brian is also a long time NYS Emergency Medical Technician as well as an Advanced Swift Water Technician.  Brian's passion lies in the promotion of professionalism in the volunteer fire service. 

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  • Interested in being a guest on the show?  Please email professionalvff@gmail.com.


We are proud to be affiliated with the Chief Miller family of podcasts.  Chief Miller is dedicated to the men and women of the fire service. Follow the Chief on IG at:

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Great people doing great things and making the fire service a better place!

Jun 03 2020 · 50mins
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John Ford and the Invention of the Classic Western

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Film historian Andrew Patrick Nelson provides a fascinating new interpretation of the celebrated Westerns of John Ford, including fresh insights into masterpieces like "Stagecoach," "The Searchers," and "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance."  

Apr 30 2020 · 46mins
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