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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for David Hartley. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about David Hartley, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for David Hartley. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about David Hartley, often where they are interviewed.

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[An interview with Allison & David Hartley] Faith in the Dark Times

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Given by Allison & David Hartley on Sun 30 Aug 20.
Aug 30 2020 ·
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MTX MD David Hartley talks modern methods of construction | The Place Podcast

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MTX Contracts is a construction and engineering firm based in Wilmslow which provides modular building solutions for the NHS and private healthcare clients.

Managing director David Hartley talked to Place North West reporter Dan Whelan about how the business has evolved from providing cold storage units for the frozen food sector, the changing face of healthcare in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and why modern methods of construction are becoming increasingly popular.

Questions asked in this episode:

• What exactly are modern methods of construction?
• What are the benefits of off-site construction?
• What does the future of modular construction look like post Covid-19?
• Why should healthcare clients consider using the services of a company like MTX over traditional building firm?

Main takeaways:

• Modern methods of construction provide a fast-track, greener, alternative to traditional construction
• The idea that modular buildings are somehow less structurally sound than traditionally constructed buildings is a myth
• By constructing wards and operating theatres off-site, disruption to the day-to-day running of hospitals is minimised
• Modular units can be easily adapted to suit the evolving nature of hospital treatment
• 85% of MTX’s revenues come from the NHS

May 06 2020 · 37mins
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David Hartley (Spoken Label, April 2020)

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Featuring special guest co host, Amanda Steel - Making a long overdue return to Spoken Label is David Hartley was originally featured back on Spoken Label all the way back in April 2016, and at the time was the runner of Speak Easy, Stretford's always welcoming open mic literature night. Since I (Andy N) took over the night with Steve and Amanda, David has now moved onto to running Big Words, a very similar kind of night in Chorlton which ran from 2018 to the end of 2019.

David also talks about his work starring in new indie horror film 'Chasm of Lies' and his new EP 'Yawn' a ep of stories.

Yawn can be streamed / downloaded from https://davidhartley.bandcamp.com/

His official website is http://www.davidhartleywriter.com/

Chasm of Lies can be seen on youtube at - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ES3OGPSQrJs

Tracks from Yawn played following the interview are:

1) Yawn

2) Float

Apr 17 2020 · 34mins
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075: David Hartley, DIrector of Advisory Services at Anders CPAs + Advisors

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075: David Hartley, DIrector of Advisory Services at Anders CPAs + Advisors by Something Extra
Mar 19 2020 · 28mins
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David Hartley

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David joins us to talk about his PhD through the Centre for New Writing, exploring the connections between autism and science fiction through creative writing and research. We talk books, films and Lamborghinis. Hosts this episode: Jess and Joely.

Theme music: Hat the Jazz by Twin Musicom
Oct 30 2019 · 28mins
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S01E05 - The Truth About Rabbit Poo (Mark Powell, David Hartley, Ella Gainsborough)

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Hey Fat Roland is a podcast about meeting people by me, Fat Roland. In this fifth feisty episode, I word-wrestle with Tales of Whatever’s Mark PowellSpeakeasy’s David Hartley and Evidently’s Ella Gainsborough. One of them has an amazing laugh. And yes Producer Lee is back kowtowing to my royal demands and getting all freaked in Malaysia. See if you can spot me saying “trousers” for no reason at all. Discretion advised: this podcast contains monkeys and rabbits. Do rate, review and subscribe!

Sep 11 2016 · 32mins
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4 That's What She Said (with David Hartley)

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Episode four needs a short apology from me - as with Aliya Whiteley's episode, we recorded this one over Skype, and the sound quality isn't great. However, that doesn't stop David Hartley from being an excellent guest. He talks writing for performance, exploding supermarkets, and collaborating with his brother on spoken word & music. Then he reads a brand new story from the prompt 'that's what she said.'
Jul 28 2016 · 38mins
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The perils of live performance with David Hartley and Ben Judge

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In this episode, Rob talks to David Hartley and Ben Judge, two seasoned literature performers about the good and bad about performing your work live. Speak Easy, Not the booker and coffee machines. Ben was (sadly) not available for the photo sesh so we did the best we could.
Feb 10 2016 · 51mins
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David Hartley of Nightlands and The War on Drugs

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David Hartley’s project Nightlands is outstanding, though he’s probably best known as the bass player for The War on Drugs. Shaking Through fans will remember him for his roles in episodes with Torres, Steven A. Clark, and the 2009 pilot episode featuring BC Camplight. His career has had him working on his own music, as well as filling out roles in other peoples’ projects, not to mention a unique early recording experience he had with the late Andy Johns.

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Aug 27 2015 · 1hr 3mins