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Episode 121 - John Berry & Rab Havlin - Frankel's 2000 Guineas

The Paddock and The Pavilion

On 30 April 2011 Frankel won the 2000 guineas at Newmarket. In one of the most astonishing races in the history of the turf Frankel won the famous Classic by 6 lengths.In this podcast you will hear from Newmarket trainer and racing expert John Berry, a spectator on the day, and jockey Rab Havlin, who provided some expert first hand insight on the race.Frankel went on to win all of his fourteen races but John Berry ponders whether his legendary trainer Henry Cecil should have let the wonder horse run in the Derby and the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.Please subscribe to us on Amazon Music, Apple podcasts, Google, Soundcloud, Spotify or Stitcher.Connect with us on Twitter, Facebook & Instagram @ThePaddandPav


29 Apr 2022

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Acusan a Rochy RD, Tokischa y El Alfa de dañar la salud mental de jóvenes (Respuesta a John Berry)

Tego santana podcast

Acusan a Rochy RD, Tokischa y El Alfa de dañar la salud mental de jóvenes (Respuesta a John Berry)--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tego-santana/support


26 Apr 2022

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John Berry - "Blessings" S3-Ep4

Songwriter Connection

John Berry is a Grammy Award winning hit artist with 20 single releases, 6 top 5 chart songs and a number one. One of the most amazing voices in Country Music. His new record Find My Joy is out now and is a record the world needs right now. John shares his songs and stories at the dining room table.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/songwriter-connection/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy


13 Apr 2022

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Today's Nashville - John Berry

Today's Nashville

John Berry shares his journey through throat cancer.


20 Mar 2022

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The Rosie and Bill Show

His voice is unmistakable and his spirit is unbreakable. He's country music star, John Berry. John and his beautiful & talented wife, Robin, join us for an insightful and inspirational conversation.


7 Feb 2022

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JOHN BERRY MEACHUM educated Blacks

Black History Moments with Beau


19 Jan 2022

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Episode 98 -John Berry & Richard Pitman - The Racing year of 2021 - Part 2

The Paddock and The Pavilion

In Part 2 of 'The Racing year of 2021' John Berry and Richard Pitman give us their favourite moments of the year alongside a horse to follow for 2022.Please subscribe to us on Amazon Music, Apple podcasts, Google, Soundcloud, Spotify or StitcherConnect with us on Twitter & Facebook @ThePaddandPav#podcast #horseracing #newmarket #johnberry #richardpitman #cheltenham #aintree #thederby #thegrandnational


4 Jan 2022

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Episode 98 - John Berry & Richard Pitman - The Racing year of 2021

The Paddock and The Pavilion

Two experienced experts review the racing year of 2021. Newmarket trainer John Berry and former jockey and BBC presenter Richard Pitman give their frank views of the past year on the flat and over the jumps. John gives his thoughts on the champion trainer Charlie Appleby, the battle for the jockeys championship, the Melbourne Cup and the success of the mighty Frankel as a stallion.Richard reflects on the feats of Rachael Blackmore and Henry De Bromhead at Cheltenham and Aintree. He also gives a tribute to trainer David Elsworth, who has just announced his retirement.Please subscribe to us on Amazon Music, Apple podcasts, Google, Soundcloud, Spotify or StitcherConnect with us on Twitter & Facebook @ThePaddandPav#podcast #horseracing #newmarket #johnberry #richardpitman #cheltenham #charlieappleby #frankel #oisinmurphy #williambuick #rachaelblackmore #davidelsworth #desertorchid #melbournecup #henrydebromhead #adayar #minellatimes


1 Jan 2022

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Greenwashing: how to know it when you see it (with John Berry, co-founder Pathfinder Asset Management)

Shared Lunch

This week, Leighton and Alice host John Berry from Pathfinder Asset management. John discusses greenwashing and how to work out if companies really mean it when they talk about sustainability. Lunch Money is made for you, by Shareises. Episodes are recorded fortnightly. Register for upcoming episodes and submit your questions over on Crowdcast (https://www.crowdcast.io/sharesies). If there are any companies, fund managers, or other special guests you’d like to see on Lunch Money, flick us an email at events@sharesies.co.nz to let us know! Subscribe to the Lunch Money email newsletter for bite-sized market updates three times a week: https://www.sharesies.nz/lunch-money Or, if you’re looking for a daily recap of the events shaping the New Zealand, Australian, and US share markets, tune in to our Recap podcast: https://www.sharesies.nz/recap Investing involves risk. You aren’t guaranteed to make money, and you might lose the money you start with. We don’t provide personalised advice or recommendations—for specific advice, speak to a licensed financial advice provider. Any information we provide is general only and current at the time.


5 Nov 2021

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John Berry, Pathfinder on The Power of Ethical Investing

Powered by Impact

Episode Five, with co-founder and CEO John Berry of Pathfinder, an ethical investment company and KiwiSaver provider who manages funds actively investing in companies doing good where the environment and social impact is a priority.  John highlights what ethical investing is, how you can invest ethically, and Pathfinder's methods to ensure they are making the best decisions to bring value while keeping values aligned to the planet and people.  The podcast is a great resource to learn about ethical investing in an easy-to-understand conversation. John also highlights ways to find your purpose, help change the world, and discusses his thoughts on the future of business and investing.  To learn more and support Pathfinders good work, check them out here - https://www.path.co.nz/


21 Sep 2021