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28 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Gareth Edwards. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Gareth Edwards, often where they are interviewed.

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28 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Gareth Edwards. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Gareth Edwards, often where they are interviewed.

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EP 036 - GIVING A FLIP WITH GARETH EDWARDS

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Today we introduced 'The Bearded Entrepreneur', Gareth Edwards. We talked about overcoming and adapting in tough situations. Harnessing grit, determination and focus with a can-do attitude. Finally, we touch on Gareth's journey as he prepares to complete his 60-hour tire flip challenge.

Nov 18 2020 · 2hr 9mins
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#13: A conversation with St Ives based painter Gareth Edwards

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In this extended episode we talk with Gareth Edwards.  In a frank and deeply interesting discussion we talk upbringing, overcoming obstacles, a pathway to painting via art art history, poetry and human mortality.  We also discuss making things in sheds and childhood chemistry sets.

In a completely unedited conversation we get to know the considered intellect and sense of humour of this most treasured British painter.

Gareth Edwards' latest works are may be viewed on our website as part of 'Ocean Anthology' which opens online 7pm, Friday July 31st and in gallery August 1st.  The exhition runs for three weeks.

Jul 30 2020 · 55mins

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11: On Sharing the Gospel in Perth (with Gareth Edwards)

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Graeme Paterson continues his series talking with Christians who are involved in sharing the gospel in the UK and beyond. In this episode, he talks with Gareth Edwards about sharing the gospel and meeting practical needs in Perth, Scotland.
Jul 19 2020 · 22mins
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What is a healthy life? | Guests: Huw Jones, Te Omeka Morehu & Gareth Edwards

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What is a healthy life? Pills, Yoga, Phycadelics? It seems that life keeps us guessing when it comes to what is good for us. In this episode, we get our minds blown by Huw Jones, Te Omeka Morehu & Gareth Edwards for a slow and deep conversation about the wellness that starts within.
Jul 16 2020 · 1hr 4mins
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Gareth Edwards

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I spoke the filmmaker who made one of the most engaging indie SF Films of the year 2010, Monsters. Gareth Edwards uses his special effects background in directing the film but more importantly, his ability to tell a compelling story. Special thanks to Magnolia Pictures and New York Comic Con
Jul 14 2020 · 15mins
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Rugby World Magazine's 'One Game at a Time' - Sir Gareth Edwards

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To celebrate the 60th birthday of the world’s best-selling rugby magazine, we present a very special edition of Rugby World Magazine’s 'One Game at a Time': Sir Gareth Edwards describe the Barbarians versus New Zealand game from 1973. He talks about walking to the game, the players with whom he took the field, his personal memories of each moment and of course, that try.

We looked at the youtube highlights and you can watch along too by following the link attached. What a treat it was to talk to a player, whom many regard as the greatest, about arguably the greatest game ever played.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kF8h1Pe0iH8

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Jun 16 2020 · 39mins
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#19 - Gareth Edwards - Monsters (2010)

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When it comes to special effects, you need hundreds of specialist people to create them, right? Well, if you’re Gareth Edwards, all you need is your bedroom and a laptop from 2009. In one of the most inspiring “budget to magic on screen” ratios we’ve seen on YNFYF, Gareth Edwards both wrote, shot and created ALL the special effects seen in his directorial debut, Monsters. This is independent filmmaking at its most essential; most of the actors were members of the public, and the film was shot on the fly in South America. Not only that, but fast forward to present day and Gareth here directed what’s probably your favourite Star Wars in recent years, Rogue One. 

May 21 2020 · 1hr 9mins
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Smile and Pod - Gareth Edwards

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In this week's episode we feature Mental Health advocate and entrepreneur, Gareth Edwards.

Gareth hit headlines last year when he flipped a 93kg tyre for 24 hours with his friend Tom for mental health awareness, and this year he's decided to make an even bigger point.

Giving A Flip is a campaign that will see him take on the tyre again, this time on his own for 60 hours in support of I Am Hope. 

Born in the UK, Gareth moved to New Zealand at age 15 and soon found that the key to fitting in was through the unifying language of sport.

A passion for sport then led to a career as a personal trainer. Then as fate would have it, a boutique skincare range featuring local meaningful ingredients with the help of his friends. 

Feb 01 2020 · 53mins
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GARETH EDWARDS & MATTHEW RHYS

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Welsh actor Matthew Rhys acting career spanned the globe and he now finds himself returning to the United Kingdom for his latest endeavour in the BBC series, Death Comes to Pemberly. The actor interviews with fellow Welshman Gareth Edwards, the legendary rugby player and commentator whose 1974 Barbarians try remains one of the greatest moments in sports of all time.

Jan 29 2020 · 45mins
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Gareth Edwards — COMING DOWN from the PEAK

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Guinness World Record holder, Gareth Edwards climbed to the peak of the abyss both mentally and physically when he flipped a tyre with his mate, Tom Moore for 24-hours non-stop.

What most people focus on when someone does something mind-blowing like this is how it must feel to reach the pinnacle of excellence and the lessons and learning from pushing yourself to the edge. What everybody forgets to think about is what it’s like coming down off that peak and what awaits you when you get home.

In this episode of Please Blow My Mind with Will Fleming, Gareth talks about the hole that was left open after the Guinness World Record attempt as well as some of the feelings he has had to work through to redefine meaning post-peak.

This podcast will help you navigate your own feelings of what it means to aim for something really big and what happens when you actually make it and what to do after life returns to normal.

Follow Gareth and his amazing journey in life, business and beyond here: https://www.instagram.com/beardedentrepreneurnz/

This episode is sponsored by Float Culture: http://floatculture.co.nz/ Get 20% off your next float by using the promo code ‘MINDBLOWING’ at checkout.

Subscribe and watch the video version of ‘Please Blow My Mind’ on my YouTube channel here: www.youtube.com/PleaseBlowMyMind

Nov 07 2019 · 1hr 22mins
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