November 06 - Paul Henry, Jono's Worst Of The Week, What Did You Find In Your Backyard?
Jono & Ben - The Podcast
Today we chatted to Michelle Dickinson who you may know as Nanogirl, she's a scientist but we talked to her about when she MET Joe Biden! He was in the country in 2016 and she was lucky enough to hang out with him & his family, and she dished all the goss! We also wanted to know the bizarre things that turned up in your backyard and my lord we got some weird stories. Paul Henry joined us to talk about his new wine (and how he felt when Ben's wife Amanda took a bottle to a BYO!) and his new book that's out. And do you remember Keith and Sally from a while ago? They're an adorable couple from Kerikeri, and Keith spends a lot of his time picking up rubbish around town, by choice! (Bless.) We talked to them a few months ago and now Keith has been nominated for our "Good Bugger" award. We always love talking to them! Enjoy the podcast & have a great weekend!
As a kid in the English city of Bristol, Paul Henry loved The Beverly Hillbillies and became obsessed with America. Now the outspoken broadcaster has a part-time home in Palm Springs. In his latest book I'm In A United State, Henry writes about his passion for the country he describes as simultaneously magical, moronic and misguided.
20th April (Paul Henry + Kings) George Breakfast Podcast
George FM Breakfast Catch Up
Paul Henry lives in Palm Springs California, and we talk to him about going to Coachella, we hear what Kings is up to in his bubble, plus an update from our tradie correspondent on what level three means for tradies. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
#284: Fr. Paul Henry - A Story of Encountering Divine Mercy
Outside the Walls
You might say Fr. Paul Henry, a retired priest from the Archdiocese of Baltimore, stumbled into Divine Mercy. He was cajoled into leading a pilgrimage the result of which was the final miracle needed for the canonization of St. Faustina Kowalska. He shares that story and gives some personal insights into Divine Mercy.Patreon supporters get an exclusive unbroadcast segment with another miraculous story and the connection between Divine Mercy and the sacrament of Confession. Find out more here https://www.patreon.com/posts/36133837
Exit interview: Newshub's Hal Crawford on Weldon, Paul Henry and the truth about TV ratings
In episode two of The Spinoff newish media podcast The Fold, host Duncan Greive conducts an exit interview with Hal Crawford, the departing head of Newshub. Hal Crawford landed into a TV3 newsroom in crisis in 2016, just after Campbell Live had been axed, and Hilary Barry had resigned. He had been hired by Mark Weldon, the much-maligned CEO who oversaw a transformation at MediaWorks, from a news-first organisation, to one whose schedule was increasingly dominated by reality TV – but Weldon himself resigned before Crawford even started.He was born and raised in Perth, cutting his teeth in print before going on to lead 9MSN, at onc ethe most-read news site in Australia, and one away from the swaggering centre of Australia news media. At TV3 he had a brutal learning curve, coming from a purely digital newsroom out of the public eye, to lead a TV-centred team with big stars and personalities. He oversaw the creation of the Newshub brand, the launch of The Project and The AM Show and an increasingly desperate atmosphere as he and his CEO Michael Anderson pleaded for government intervention to save the channel and newsroom.So far, no dice – the channel is officially for sale, and while there are rumoured to be a number of strong bidders, no announcement has been forthcoming. Crawford describes his time there was essentially a long series of crises, but almost grew to enjoy the adrenalin of it.Beyond MediaWorks, we discuss the rise and evolution of Facebook, whether ad-funded media has a future and what has happened to TV ratings over the past ten years. Few people in our media are smarter, or speak more freely – listen below or through your favourite podcast provider.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Paul Henry got his Actors Equity card! Want to know one way to go pro in the acting profession? Listen to Paul's story. He talks about the "job" of being an actor, how he utilized the Equity Membership Candidate program, and how PCPA (Pacific Conservatory Theatre) influenced his acting journey. You can find Paul at www.paulhenry.me or follow him @paulhenry085For more episodes on what to do with your love of theatre, go to www.stephnewman.com or subscribe at your favorite podcast site.I Love Theatre Now What is a creation by Steph Newman and Travis Newman. This podcast is on a mission to share the real stories that lead to real jobs (in the arts and beyond). So if you're curious to know where that love of drama you have can actually lead, listen up!This is a labor of love. Your contributions (even $1, my friends) lead to better equipment and interviews. Contribute at www.stephnewman.com/podcastSupport the show (http://www.stephnewman.com/podcast)
Sit down and have a listen as we interview Paul Henry in the first installment of our new audio interview series, Community Leaders. We learn more about how he joined the organization, stories throughout his years with St. John Ambulance and the direction that St. John Ambulance North-Eastern Ontario is headed. This will be the first of many interviews, so stay tuned in the coming months!
Nicaraguan Pottery – Paul Henry Devoti, Nicaragua 1995-97
My Peace Corps Story
NICA Ceramic Art was born out of the Peace Corps experience of founder Paul H. Devoti in the indigenous pottery pueblo of San Juan de Oriente, Nicaragua. NICA Ceramic Art’s mission is to expose the world to the ceramic art work of the master artisans of the pueblo as well as the Nicoyan Indian heritage […]