Frank John Hughes, who plays Staff Sergeant “Wild Bill” Guarnere, joins host Roger Bennett to discuss Easy Company’s jump into the Netherlands as part of Operation Market Garden. Plus, Hughes’ deep bond with the real Guarnere, a singular character who overcame the loss of his leg during the Battle of the Bulge to live a life that overflowed with selflessness.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A Driving John Hughes Movie with Brian Venable (Lucero, The Venable Exploration Society)
Back to the Light
Host J.D. Reager talks to Lucero guitarist Brian Venable about his early days in the Memphis punk scene, picking up guitar and co-founding Lucero, the highs and lows of life on the road, the decision to get sober, balancing fatherhood with being a working musician, and his many side pursuits. J.D. also spins two songs by Brian's new electronic/dance project, The Venable Exploration Society.
Episode 46: Milking data for fresh ways to reduce plastic waste With John Hughes And James Renshaw
CTO Confessions Brought to you by IT Labs
Some companies are getting ready to use their data. Some businesses drive growth by using it in parts of their operation. In this podcast, we speak to a business that's milking their data for everything they can get. The Modern Milkman is on a mission and they are proud to call themselves a data-driven business. James Renshaw (the CTO) and John Hughes (Data warrior) at The Modern Milkman join us in this podcast to share their stories and tech-leading efforts. The Modern Milkman, a wonderful, fun business, brings the milkman service tradition into the 21st century with tech and modern-day data analysis, with a planet life-affirming mission to eliminate plastic. That's right! A business built on the grounds of doing something wonderful for all of us and thrive at the same time. Key takeaways from the podcast are: • How the morning milkman service is modernizing • How driving the business with data in the driving seat can create a sharp and nimble edge of business dexterity • Holding your workforce with care and considering their future and career growth create a high-performing business team for an all-around win/win. Our Guest: LinkedIn: James Renshaw https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-renshaw-02a879a/Website: https://themodernmilkman.co.uk/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ModernMilkman_/Intro and background music: Craig MacArthur - Power Shutoff (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x74iB_jtauw)
Reaction special: John Hughes leaves Ross County – who’s next?
In this episode, Ryan Cryle, Andy Skinner and Paul Third discuss Yogi’s Dingwall departure. Does the manager’s surprise exit suggest a move to Tannadice and how have the Staggies supporters reacted? Where does Roy MacGregor look next in his bid to get County up the Premiership and away from relegation battles – within the existing Global Energy Stadium staff to Don Cowie, or externally to the likes of Celtic interim boss John Kennedy or ex-Motherwell gaffer Stephen Robinson?
John Wilden Hughes Jr. was a quiet kid from a Midwestern town, who would become one of the most prolific filmmakers in American history. He began his career at an ad agency before he got his first creative break as a writer for National Lampoon magazine. Hughes would go on to create a string of films that defined American cinema including Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Home Alone, and many more. He would retire from the public eye before his untimely death in 2009, but questions about his legacy still linger today. This week, we’re asking the question: Is John Hughes the worst?
Grant O’Brien (College Humor) joins the classroom to discuss the movies of John Hughes. Lauren really earns her professor title this week as she uncovers Hughes’ pen name, we revive his lost scripts, Caitlin has never seen one of the most iconic teen movies of all time and Grant references Weird Science more than you would imagine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
John Hughes of Altamont stands at the Aulanko Nature Reserve in Finland near Hameenlinna, a city north of Helsinki where he lives with his Finnish wife, Tuulikki. The couple met at an educational media conference in Honolulu — she was a college professor in Finland; he was a media producer for SUNY. Both are retired now. They married last April, in the midst of the pandemic, in front of the Guilderland Town Hall, and now split their time between Altamont and Hameenlinna. For the fourth year running, a report sponsored by the United Nations has named Finland the happiest place in the world. The joke in Finland, Hughes says in this week’s podcast, is: “It wins that year after year because all the sad people kill themselves.” Finns have a very dry wit, he said. But, he said, there is a feeling of safety and contentment in the country with a socialized medical system that takes care of needs, and faith in the government and the police. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
MovieButts #55 The BEST & WORST of 80s John Hughes - Trains, planes & Automobiles (1987) & The Great Outdoors (1988)
John Who? lmao. Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, baby! We got Steve Martin, we got John Candy, we got Kevin Bacon. We also watch some other trash with Dan Ackroyd (confirmed: not funny). So strap on a set and join us as we dive into the Best and Worst of John Hughes circa the 1980's.A man must struggle to travel home for Thanksgiving with a lovable oaf of a shower curtain ring salesman as his only companion.A Chicago man and his family go camping with his obnoxious brother-in-law.Each week we take the best and worst films from a filmmaker or franchise and discuss why one worked and one didn't. And we use freakin maths to determine the best and worst, so no arguing. Unless you think science is wrong???...yeah thought so.Any Questions Email us at Moviebuttspod@gmail.comThis is a Murphy House Production: https://www.facebook.com/MURPHYHOUSEPRODUCTIONS/ (https://www.facebook.com/MURPHYHOUSEPRODUCTIONS/)MovieButts: https://www.facebook.com/MovieButts/ (https://www.facebook.com/MovieButts/)Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/moviebutts (https://twitter.com/moviebutts)Our Website: https://movie-butts.captivate.fm/ (https://movie-butts.captivate.fm/)IMDB Links for the films we watched: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093748/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0 https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0095253/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0
In this episode, Frank Viscuso speaks with John Hughes, Brand Ambassador for Jersey Mike’s, the nation’s fastest-growing sandwich chain, and how the company has built their brand with employees and company values first. What are your core values? What are the traits and behaviors to support core values?
2/20/21: John Hughes of ComForCare | LEARN ABOUT HOST JOHN HUGHES | Aging in the Willamette Valley with John Hughes
Aging in the Willamette Valley
Our host, John Hughes, shares his own story with our listeners. You may not know this, but his mother’s long-term care needs motivated him to change careers and make room in his life to help people in our area. And today, he’s the owner and administrator of ComForCare Home Care in Salem. Over time, he has also become a dementia educator, and often provides free dementia training for the community. John serves on the Advisory Board of Center 50+ in northeast Salem and, of course, enjoys hosting his radio show. Maybe John’s story will encourage you to take the next step on your own journey. Don’t miss this show!