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Patrick Keating

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Season 5 - Episode 4: Actor and Writer Patrick Keating

Outside:Inside Radio

Actor, writer, Patrick Keating, shares his story about his journey from Québec, Canada to Vancouver, Canada. He was transformed through theater, writing, and his solo performance called “Inside/Out: A Prison Memoir."

28mins

25 Mar 2022

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Conversations with Cornesy - Patrick Keating

Conversations with Cornesy

Canadian bank robber-turned-actor Patrick Keating joins Graham Cornes.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

42mins

15 Mar 2022

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Bonus | Complete Feet with Patrick Keating

TFC Audio Project: Down Under

James from TFC Australia joins Patrick Keating on The MBody Podcast to chat about James' training history and how his practice and ideas have evolved, a WHOLE lot about feet and the important part they play in the dynamic system of human movement, the origin story of TFC Australia and what the future of TFC Australia will look like. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2hr 17mins

1 Apr 2021

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Curious about the journey of an international competitor? Skillaroo Patrick Keating Shares all

WORK it OUT

In the first episode of season two of the WorldSkills Australia Work it Out podcast, we hear from Patrick Keating the Plumbing & Heating 2019 Skillaroo as he sits down with John Doig (Plumbing Business Development Manager)from Reece to talk about his journey so far. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

18mins

27 Aug 2019

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19. Character Progression - Dr. Gregory House from Fox's House MD (Patrick Keating)

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Over the years, Fox has had many medical dramas.  But few have captured the love of fans quite like House.  Along with Cuddy, Wilson, and a rotating diagnostics team, House solved the medical mysteries no one else could.  Even now, seven years after it's ending, the show's fan base is still going strong with a legions of fans all over the world.  Something about this vicodin popping, cane walking, atheist, curmudgeon has captured the hearts of millions.  Including this week's guest.  A man who couldn't be any more different from House but was still shown something to believe in!

37mins

27 May 2019

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On The Move - Guest Professor Patrick Keating Shares His Love of Camera Movement

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On this episode, Jeremy and Eli talk about camera movement with Professor Patrick Keating. The conversation spans early Hollywood cinema up through current directors such as Martin Scorcese and Spike Lee. Don't miss Professor Keating's viewing recommendations for great examples of camera movement in classic films. Patrick Keating is an associate professor of Communication at Trinity University. He teaches courses in film studies and video production. Additionally, he has served as the chair of the interdisciplinary minor in Film Studies. Books: Cinematography (editor). New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2014. Hollywood Lighting from the Silent Era to Film Noir (New York: Columbia University Press, 2010). The Dynamic Frame: Camera Movement in Classical Hollywood (Columbia University Press, 2019) Theme Music by Analogue Rex

1hr 13mins

11 Apr 2019

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Patrick Keating GP - under pressure to increase list size

The BMJ Podcast

BMJ Voices is a collection of readers’ experiences of working in the NHS. For this, The BMJ is seeking short audio submissions from UK listeners. These submissions will be published on thebmj.com.Patrick Keating, a GP from Enfield, is concerned that small practices are under pressure to increase list size, but aren't able to muster resources to meet this increased demand.If you would like to contribute to this collection, please email a brief audio recording to voices@bmj.com or phone +44 (20) 3058 7427 and tell us what your main concern for the NHS is. Please include your name, job title, and place of work.

1min

11 Mar 2015