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23 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Burke. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Burke, often where they are interviewed.

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23 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Burke. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Burke, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 45 - James Burke of Acrylicize (*Repost*)

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In this episode, Sam talks with Artist James Burke about his path, all the businesses he's involved in and how he's connecting people with art. 

James is the founder of Acrylicize, co-founder of Studio Seven London, he's a professional drummer, host's a hip-hop and spoken word night, has his own graffiti brand as well as having 3 young children!

Sam & James speak about how his creativity was nurtured by his parents, how he and his business partner Paul Arad create a brilliant working culture at Acrylicize and their plans for the future. 

As always please feel free to get it touch. You can find James & Acrylicize on twitter & instagram.

@jamesburke_artist @acrylicize @sheshtown @studiosevenlondon

www.acrylicize.com - www.jamesburkeartist.com

If you enjoy this or any other episodes please do leave us a review on iTunes and a rating of your choice.

We love to hear your comments, feedback and suggestions so please emails us hello@engagefs.co.uk and you can see more about our business Engage Financial Services here www.engagefs.co.uk

Dec 10 2019

44mins

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Episode 1 - If it ain’t #SHARRRP, fix it. (w/ James Burke)

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Houston foodie and instagram "influencer", James Burke, joins as special guest. James was Mark's little league teammate at Post Oak Little League and comes from a long time Houston family. He has a knowledge of the Houston food scene that dates back to his childhood.

In this episode, we discuss some exciting (and sad) news that has taken place in the Houston restaurant scene this month. James also shares with us his love for food, a made up language with his childhood friend and how both those things have merged into his Instagram account @htx_sharrrp. Among other things, we get some great recommendations and talk about some long time institutional spots, as well as some new and exciting restaurants coming soon to our beloved city.

We look forward to you giving this episode a listen!

Connect with us on Instagram @foodstonpod or by email at foodstonpodcast@gmail.com. Leave a comment, give us a sharrrp recommendation, or let us know how we can make the podcast better! Enjoy!

Mentions:
Steel City Pops
Politan Row (@politanrowhouston):

Carrabba’s on Voss (@theoriginalcarrabbas)
Palazzo’s Cafe
Southwell’s
Cliff’s Burgers
Avalon Diner
Snooze (@snoozeameatery)
Lola (@loladiner)
Hughie’s (@hughiesw18th)
Aladdin (@aladdinhouston)
Coltivare (@coltivarehtx)
Truth BBQ (@truth_bbq)
Cali Sandwich
Killen's (@killenstx)

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/foodston)

Nov 15 2019

40mins

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THE WORLDS BEST BUSINESS COACH - JAMES BURKE

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What excites James most is helping businesses become World Class!  James is passionate about rewarding his client’s bravery by helping them reach world level, where they make more money, create more free time for them and their families and build a strong team that can operate in the business without the owner.  James’ coaching and teaching skills coupled with the best business growth system in the world have proven to be a recipe for success with business owner clients.  Simply put a world-class business coach gets the very best from you and your business.  What’s the difference between buying a job, and setting up a business? ACTIONcoach says that the definition of a business is “A commercial, profitable enterprise that can work without you.”  How many hours a week do you spend working IN the business?  How much time do you put aside to work ON the business?  When was the last time you revised your business plan? Or set a 90-day plan?  Could you take a 47 day holiday at the drop off a hat and leave the business unaffected?  James Burke is a world class business business coach and loves working with all business’ to help guide them to the joys that are supposed to run alongside owning your very own company.

Oct 16 2019

58mins

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#005 The Age of Abundance - James Burke

On The Edge
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In this episode we welcome back James Burke for the second half of the conversation we had back in May in a busy cafe in West London. The first half of the conversation was first shared in episode 1 of the On The Edge podcast, and so if you haven’t already heard that episode, then we would really recommend that you listen to that first before listening to this next instalment.

The previous episode was largely about looking back into the history of science and technology and exploring how everything really is incredibly connected and what we do about that. In this episode we jump far into the future, into what James called the Age of Abundance which he argues is no more than a generation or two away. However before we get there he predicts what he calls “severe turbulence and chaos”, which some might argue we are already in.

The key technology that he talks about, to unlock this new age of abundance, he calls nano fabricators or motes - these are a tiny specks that can make anything. This may sounds like science fiction but he shares examples of where this technology already exists in labs around the world.

He goes on to share his thoughts on the implications of this new for education, democracy and beyond. Once again, like the first episode, it is a wide ranging and mind bending conversation but I think there is lots of food for thought and I hope it sparks some ideas and reactions as you listen to it. 

James covers similar ground to what we discussed in this episode in a recent BBC programme called the end of scarcity: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09jvfc4

https://www.weareliminal.co/ontheedgepodcast

Sep 27 2019

27mins

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Episode 134 - James Burke has a pint with Seaniebee

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James Burke is an artist and founder of Acrylicize, one of the world’s most innovative creative companies that brings art to branding. He joins the pod to share his unique outlook on life and the three big lessons he’s learned from a career steeped in creativity.
Links:
www.jamesburkeartist.com www.acrylicize.com
People without their phones, Eric Pickersgill: https://tinyurl.com/y5all6t9
A Pint With Seaniebee
Please subscribe to support the podcast: www.patreon.com/seaniebee
Audible Feast list of Best Podcast Series of 2016 & 2017: https://tinyurl.com/ya5yj9vs
50 Best Podcast Episodes list 2016 &2017: https://tinyurl.com/y7ryajat

Release date: September 20th 2019
Runtime: 35m
Recorded: Kinsale

Sep 20 2019

35mins

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Ep. 25 James Burke and Larry Thorne

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We are very excited to be releasing this episode, because we have two absolutely batshit insane people to talk about. First up is James Burke, a mafia associated criminal who loved three things: murder, money, and even more murder. Then we move on to Larry Thorne, whose incredible hatred for communism led to him serving for three different armies, one of which may surprise you. Or not. Maybe you're smarter than us. Listen to the shenanigans these two got into and find out for sure!

Sep 03 2019

1hr 19mins

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James Burke

Private Passions
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As the 50th anniversary of the moon landings approaches, James Burke talks to Michael Berkeley about the music that brings back memories of the heady days when, new to science broadcasting, he was chosen by the BBC to lead the coverage of the Apollo Missions and the moment the first human stepped onto the Moon.

James Burke has the rare gift of making complex ideas comprehensible to a wide audience – and providing a great deal of entertainment along the way. He began his BBC career on Tomorrow’s World, and his series Connections, which offered a new perspective on the history of science and technology, was a television landmark. James is the author of more than a dozen books, and his series about his long-running project The Knowledge Web was broadcast recently on Radio 4.

The surprising thing about James Burke is that he studied Middle English at university and got into science broadcasting quite by accident while working in Italy. He tells Michael how it happened and plays a Neapolitan song which reminds him of the years he spent there as a young man. He chooses music that reminds him of his musical childhood – Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet which he played at school, and a piece by Handel which he sang. His lifelong love of playing the guitar is reflected in music by Albeniz, and James makes some truly startling predictions about how technology is about to utterly transform our lives.

Producer: Jane Greenwood
A Loftus production for BBC Radio 3

Jul 14 2019

33mins

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#001 Everything is Connected - James Burke

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In this first episode we are very excited to welcome James Burke, who has been called “one of the most intriguing minds in the world". In the late 1970’s he created a 10 part documentary series called Connections, which tells many stories from the history of science and technology and shows how everything really is incredibly connected, which was the starting point for the first half of this really interesting and wide ranging conversation recorded in a cafe in London a few weeks ago. Part 2 of the same conversation will be shared as a follow up called The Age of Abundance in the next episode. 

To see episode one (The Trigger Effect) of the Connections series discussed in this podcast please see here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XetplHcM7aQ

And to find out more about James Burke's latest project the Knowledge Web please see here: https://k-web.org/

Jun 18 2019

29mins

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Episode 11 - James Burke - Artist & Entrepreneur

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In this episode, Sam talks with Artist James Burke about his path, all the businesses he's involved in and how he's connecting people with art. 

James is the founder of Acrylicize, co-founder of Studio Seven London, he's a professional drummer, host's a hip-hop and spoken word night, has his own graffiti brand as well as having 3 young children!

Sam & James speak about how his creativity was nurtured by his parents, how he and his business partner Paul Arad create a brilliant working culture at Acrylicize and their plans for the future. 

As always please feel free to get it touch. You can find James & Acrylicize on twitter & instagram.

@jamesburke_artist @acrylicize @sheshtown @studiosevenlondon

www.acrylicize.com - www.jamesburkeartist.com

Apr 02 2019

44mins

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Ironman Champion: James Burke On His Training For Kona

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James is one of the best age group triathletes and has the results to back it up winning world titles in short course to 70.3 to winning overall Ironman titles. 

James is a family man with 3 kids, a wife, and a full time job. He has to work in training early in the morning and after the kids go to bed. 

He is one of the most humbling, down to earth people you will meet. 

We talk about his Steelhead win, his training strategies for Kona, and how he measures success. 

Sep 15 2018

40mins

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