James Scott from the ATP Sports Network Joins, and the Bucks are a Win Away From a Title
Carving It Up: with Bryson Carver
Bryson reacts to an incredible Game 5 win by the Milwaukee Bucks and why Giannis is having a LeBron-level Finals performance. He is then joined by James Scott of the Across the Pond Sports Network to discuss the NBA Finals, Olympic basketball, and the NFL. Bryson then reacts to a viral tweet about an all-time NBA starting 5.--- 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/bryson-carver/message
Join tour guide Hazel Baker and historian Andrea Zuvich talk about the life and loves of James Scott, the first Duke of Monmouth aka the doomed Duke. Immerse yourself in the Stuart court in this 20 minute episode. Learn things about London that most Londoners don't even know in a 20 minute espresso shot episode of London history with a splash of personality. There's so much we can't fit into our tours, no matter how hard we try. This London history podcast is where we can get down and dirty with the detail! You're not going to find this level of detail in any guidebook. Let us know if there's a particular person, event or place you want to know more about in our podcast. Review & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts. Show notes, including transcript, photos and recommended reading: https://londonguidedwalks.co.uk/062-james-scott --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/londonguidedwalks/message
The Premier episode with Michelle Snow and James Scott
Across The Pond: WNBA Podcast
The premier of Across the Pond WNBA Podcast with Michelle Snow and James Scott.Welcome to Across the Pond WNBA our premier episode, find out what’s going to be going down on the show throughout the season and beyond.Find out all you want to know from your host Michelle and what its like to be drafted in to the WNBA, who inspires her and her pre game ritualsWho are the players that have stood out so far this season, and which teams are standing out and which have fallen flat.Learn why James wanted to start a WNBA podcast and as a young player the crazy pre game ritual he had, plus he did some directing on Star Trek.The hosts explain what they would do with the league if they were commissioner Which games are our hosts looking forward to this week.Please follow, rate and review. Also check us out at atpsports.net
75. James Farrin, GrowPath & The Law Offices of James Scott Farrin — Efficiency as a Calling Card and Getting Tech to Work for You
Personal Injury Mastermind
James Farrin runs The Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, North Carolina's most preeminent personal injury firm, which has recovered more than a billion dollars for over 50,000 clients. If you’ve been to North Carolina, chances are, you’ve seen a James Farrin TV ad. He’s also the Founder and CEO of GrowPath, a company that creates case management and client intake software for plaintiff firms like theirs.Farrin has grown his practice from just a few employees to over 200. He’s done that by eliminating inefficiencies at every level. His other business, GrowPath, is a direct response to bottlenecks and stumbling blocks his firm has dealt with. We sat down to discuss TV strategy, direct mail, and all the ways you can streamline your business.
I just love Andy Scott and his way with words just makes me smile. He can make you laugh just by telling you exactly what he thinks🤣Andy tells me what's troubled him with bullying and what he does to get out of these situations, his love for fly fishing and his art work and what he plans for the future. I kid you not when I say this I could probably talk all night with Andy and it would be most thought provoking. All in all Andrew James Scott is an amazing guy and will always be there to cheer you up even when that might seem impossible. I look forward to the Panda Taking Gear in the toilets film. Coming to a place near you.
Embodiment (ft. James Scott): When Black History Becomes Our History
Multiply Church Resource
Pastors Casey and Stephen sit around the kitchen table with Pastor James from The Exchange Church to debrief the collaborated worship experience and message from the past Sunday. The three pastors cover a lot in this candid conversation that is a contender for our longest podcast ever!
The Battle of Manila was fought by forces from both the United States and the Philippines against Japanese troops in Manila, the capital city of the Philippines. The month-long battle, which resulted in the death of over 100,000 civilians and the complete devastation of the city, was the scene of the worst urban fighting in the Pacific Theater. Japanese forces committed mass murderer against Filipino civilians during the battle. Along with massive loss of life, the battle also destroyed architectural and cultural heritage dating back to the city's founding, and Manila became one of the most devastated capital cities during the entire war. To explain we interview James Scott, a former Nieman Fellow at Harvard, is the author of Rampage, which was named one of the Best Books of 2018 by the editors at Amazon, Kirkus and Military Times and was chosen as a finalist for the prestigious Gilder Lehrman Prize for Military History by the New York Historical Society. His other works include Target Tokyo, a 2016 Pulitzer Prize finalist in history, he also write the The War Below and The Attack on the Liberty, which won the Rear Admiral Samuel Eliot Morison Award.
S2 E7 Lost in the Himalayas - The Impossible Tale of James Scott
Three minutes without oxygen, three days without water, three weeks without food. We all know the saying, but some people just refuse to acknowledge these kinds of rules. James Scott, a young medical student was such a guy. He left Australia for an adventure in Nepal, a clinical placement which would set him up for his return to start a career in surgery back home. But a poorly judged trek at the beginning of the Himalayan winter left him trapped without food, starving to death in a rock shelter in sub zero conditions. 43 days later, as close to death as you ever want to come, he was found thanks to a relentless search by his sister Joanne.It is an extraordinary story of courage, stubbornness and the ingrained will to live.
In GAD We Trust – Episode 11: The Tropes of Detective Fiction [w’ James Scott Byrnside]
In GAD We Trust
The time has come again for some nerdy Golden Age Detection podcasting, and James Scott Byrnside is here to oblige with a discussion about some of the tropes we know and love from GAD fictionAfter all, if you’re gonna have a discussion about tropes in detective fiction, you might as well have it with someone who has used them and so has an additional perspective on the why of tropes. Since James has already published two books — here are my thoughts on Goodnight Irene (2018) and The Opening Night Murders (2019) — and his third The Strange Case of the Barrington Hills Vampire (2020) is due out in the next week, and since all three are predicated on a firm love of the building blocks of classic era detection, he’s probably picked the perfect topic, hein?So, prepare for…well, I’d hate to spoil any of the surprises, but, much like a classic novel of detection, you can certainly count on a few topics of conversation where James and I are involved: why Christianna Brand is so great, the joy of impossible crimes, the variable quality of Ellery Queen, shade being thrown at G.K. Chesterton…all this and more awaits! And are we back on the In GAD We Trust streak of references to the movies of Alfred Hitchcock? Roll up, roll up and see.You can listen to the podcast on iTunes here, on Spotify here, or on Stitcher here, or by using the player below. My thanks to James for his time and insight, to Jonny Berliner for the music, and to you for listening and playing along at home. These are always fun to record, and it’s lovely to be back having nerdy conversations about this kind of thing again. That someone else might also listen to it and get some enjoyment out of it is really something of a bonus. All I need to do now is find a way for this to pay my rent and I’m set for life…Here, as promised, is Noah’s Golden Age of Detection Drinking Game. I have a feeling I may also have promised links to something else, too, so remind me of what that was if I did. It’s been a long week.I know we shouldn’t judge books this way, but. c’mon…More podcast in a fortnight, when Moira, Brad, and I shall engage in a spoiler-filled discussion about The Murder at the Vicarage (1930) by Agatha Christie. So get it read and get ready for some…let’s be honest, gentle agreement. Tea and scones at twelve paces, everyone. Stay safe!