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Tony David

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Prof Tony David #IoMHconf2021 preview

National Elf Service

Professor Tony David, Director of the UCL Institute of Mental Health, talks about the forthcoming IoMH Annual Conference, which takes place online on Wednesday 15th September 2021: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/mental-health/iomh-conference/conference-programmePoster presentations can be submitted here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/mental-health/iomh-conference/iomh-conference-poster-presentationsTickets cost £10 and can be purchased here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/mental-health/iomh-conference/conference-registration


6 Aug 2021

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Tony David Cray

In Conversation with Lyndon Terracini

Creating a perfect sound design for any musical event is no easy feat. But what about when it’s an enormous outdoor performance for 3,000 spectators, with a full orchestra, a huge cast of singers, a pop-up grandstand and all sorts of natural sound to compete with? This was the challenge facing sound designer extraordinaire Tony David Cray when he joined the team for Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour. In this interview with our Artistic Director, Lyndon Terracini, Cray shares the secrets behind his sound design for Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour, and the ways he manages to simulate the feeling of being enclosed in an auditorium in the great outdoors. Cray’s rich and varied career has seen him work with sound in all capacities; as a composer for major theatre companies and film, an engineer and producer for orchestras and world-famous pop acts, and in developing new technologies for live performance. In 2008 he won a Grammy Award for his work on a Chuck Corea and Gary Burton album recorded live in Sydney, and most recently he’s been working for the NRL to create an appropriate sense of atmosphere while crowds aren’t able to fill stadiums.


16 Mar 2021

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Tony David - #COVIDMHregister

National Elf Service

Prof Tony David, Director of the UCL Institute of Mental Health, explains why mental health research is so important during the coronavirus pandemic, and why he hopes researchers will register their studies in the new COVID-19 and Mental Health Studies Register.


29 May 2020

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#22 - The NFC East and Tony David!!

The Dixie Chicken and the Tennessee Man Podcast

Tony David returns for his analysis of the NFC East and the Dixie Chicken proves once again he might be the best Podcast Superhero of all time! Please subscribe to the Show and tell all your friends...  it helps motivate me when people listen and comment and call me names behind my back! @DCANDTMPOD --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dcandtmpod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dcandtmpod/support


22 May 2020

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#21 - BASEBALL! Tony David eats fried chicken

The Dixie Chicken and the Tennessee Man Podcast

Samford University Baseball Associate Head Coach Tony David talks all things baseball and fried chickenPardon our humor if you are only here for Tony David!!Please subscribe and tell all your friends Tony David was here!!@samfordbaseball@dcandtmpod--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dcandtmpod/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dcandtmpod/support


18 May 2020

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Golden Arrows Episode #1 - Tony David

Inside the WDF

In the first episode of the brand-new Golden Arrows series looking back at the history of the BDO World Championship, Andrew chats with the man known as 'The Deadly Boomerang', the 2002 winner Tony David. The pair discuss Tony's route into the sport, his title victory, his run of form in 2002, his health issues pre- and post-retirement and the state of darts in Australia. Real emotion and great stories aplenty, enjoy!


6 May 2020