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James Rodgers

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Center Stage - James Rodgers

@ the Symphony

Center Stage features Pittsburgh Symphony musicians recorded at Heinz Hall, and heard on the radio Wednesday's at 8:30am - part of our Symphony On Air feature heard Monday through Friday underwritten by the Spanos Group of Raymond James and the musicians of the Pittsburgh Symphony. You can listen to the Pittsburgh Symphony every morning at 8:30. James Rodgers, Principal Contrabassoon, recorded Bach and Schulhoff along with conversation with Jim Cunningham.

15 Feb 2021

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OARsome Morning Show - 29-09-2020 - Summer School at University of Otago - James Rodgers

OARsome Morning Show

Summer School at University of Otago - James Rodgers previews this summer's diverse programme of papers

8mins

29 Sep 2020

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JAMES RODGERS –ASSIGNMENT MOSCOW…with TRE’s Giles Brown

Talk Radio Europe

JAMES RODGERS –ASSIGNMENT MOSCOW...with TRE's Giles Brown

26mins

6 Aug 2020

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Buying real estate during a lockdown - Urban vs. Suburban - James Rodgers

Brick & Mortar: A Canadian Real Estate Podcast

Buying real estate during a lockdown - Urban vs. Suburban - James Rodgers

42mins

30 Jun 2020

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Jon and Mike talk with former OSU Wide Receiver and current Director of Player Development, James Rodgers

Beaver Sports Podcast

Jon and Mike talk with former OSU Wide Receiver and current Director of Player Development, James RodgersSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

14mins

8 Feb 2018

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James Rodgers Lecture

Lectures 2016 - 2017

This video is about James Rodgers Lecture

55mins

20 Jan 2017

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Episode 9: With James Rodgers from Lunar Animation (or "Andy Serkis wants an Oscar")

Animation For Adults: The AFA Podcast

We took last week off but were back for our regular discussions of everything animated Chris Dan and Yvonne were joined by the very talented animator James Rodgers of Lunar Animation James talked with us about his career and what its like to set up your own animation studio and it was a really interesting discussionJames joins us for the second part of the show but before that we talked some of the masses of animation news that has happened since we last recorded We talk Minions record breaking The Iron Giant FLCL and the London Film Festival among other subjectsThen its time to talk what weve been watching which this week includes Moonbeam City Dinner For Few Rick and Morty and The Snowman Then its time for our chat with James

2hr 25mins

8 Sep 2015

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James Rodgers, “Reporting Conflict” (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012)

New Books in Journalism

One of the hardest jobs in journalism is making sense of conflict. Seeing through the fog of war and through what each side wants you to report is fantastically difficult, before you come across issues such as access, logistics, safety and context. James Rodgers has a deep understanding of why this is so hard because for many years (Reuters TV and BBC) he was one of the journalists who spent time in conflict zones from Chechnya and Iraq to Georgia and Gaza. As a result his book Reporting Conflict (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012) draws upon his own personal experiences as well his understanding of the issues involved, and the roles that various different types of reporter and journalist can play for different organisations and in very different circumstances.The result is a slim but disarmingly complete and clear book that deals with most of the big issues facing reporters in times of conflict, from the explosion of different technologies to the constraints imposed by practices such as embedding journalists with armed forces. It’s an important, clear and informed contribution to a debate that will continue as media organisations change and technologies evolve, and I thoroughly recommend getting hold of a copy. But first, of course, have a listen to my interview with James.PS. Here is the link to James’ BBC radio documentary about the ‘PR battle for the Caucasus’ (and for those who are interested in the region here is also a link to my own BBC radio documentary looking at the symbolic role that wine played in relations between Russia and Georgia).James’ Twitter feed is @jmacrodgers; mine is @npw99. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/journalism

53mins

11 Aug 2012