The mind of a murderer w/ Dr Richard Taylor and Cressida Wetton
Can someone of sound mind commit murder? What makes someone become a murderer and what is the home security like of someone who has worked on over 100 murder cases? We discuss all that plus some of the strangest cases of the career of Dr Richard Taylor. Expert guest: Dr Richard Taylor is a London based Forensic Psychiatrist who has worked on over 100 murder cases in a career spanning nearly three decades. He is the author of the fantastic book 'The Mind of a Murderer.' In the book Dr. Taylor uses cases from across his career to help paint a picture of the common types of murder cases, what trends are closely linked to murder and ultimately what factors can lead to someone becoming a killer. Comedy guest: Cressida Wetton is an awesome London based stand-up comedian who has been a finalist in most of the countries top comedy competitions and who regular performs at some of the most exciting shows around town.
Sir Richard Taylor: An Unexpected Guest (Pt 2 of 2)
The Friendship Onion
In this second half, Richard Taylor discusses how he approached the epic set design of Lord of the Rings, the many challenges they faced, his advice to aspiring artists, and Eats the World with some of New Zealand's finest Jaffas! Tune in every Tuesday for new episodes and please be sure to rate, subscribe, and leave a comment/review! Take a screenshot of your Apple review, tag the show on IG and we might feature you on our story! And be sure to follow and add your favorite funky jams to our Spotify playlist "The Friendship Onion." Feel free to leave Billy and Dom a message with your comments, questions, or just to say hello! https://www.speakpipe.com/thefriendshiponion or write us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org TFO's IG - @thefriendshiponion Billy's IG - @boydbilly Dom's IG - @dom_monaghan_Weta Workshop InstagramWeta Workshop FacebookWeta Workshop TwitterWeta Workshop YouTube Use code ONION for 20% off your first purchase at UNTUCKit.comGo to wondrium.com/ONION for your Free Month TrialGo to magicspoon.com/ONION to grab a variety pack and try it today! And be sure to use our promo code ONION at checkout to save five dollars off your order!Special offer for The Friendship Onion listeners: get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/onion See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are miniatures disappearing from our world? What is it that makes filming miniatures and practical effects so expensive? (HINT: it's not the building cost!) Why does the public have biases about practical or digital effects? How do you pick between these two approaches to creating visuals for a film or television series? There are no easy answers, but Richard Taylor and Jamie Anderson are two of the people most qualified to have an educated discussion about it! See Pods 161 and 162 for parts one and two of this fascinating interview. 01:07 Welcome to Ye Olde Shakespearean Gerry Anderson Podcast! 03:58 This week's FAB Facts!9:50 Emails from our beloved listeners!17:50 The Gerry Anderson News! See links below22:12 From the listener's Facebook group!27:07 Richard Taylor – Part Three42:29 Listener Tweets!46:46 Randomeister Chris Dale, some odd socks, and the Gerry Anderson Randomiser! 1:27:15 Wrapping things up!Links MentionedRichard Taylor Official SiteFive Star Five - Gerry Anderson's Answer to Star WarsLee Sullivan's New Goodies and Baddies PrintsThunderbirds: Terror from the StarsEaaglemoss Eagles SELLING OUT FAST! Let us know which Eagle variant you'd like to see next!Stingray: Operation Icecap Hardback and CDNever Miss An EpisodeJoin the Podsterons Facebook groupSubscribe wherever you get your podcastsThe Randomiser with Chris DaleHelp The ShowLeave us a review on Apple PodcastsVote for us on the British Podcast AwardsTweet about it! Use the hashtag #GerryAndersonPodcast@ImJamieAnderson / @RichardNJames / @ChrisDalekThe NEW Anderson InsidersStay In TouchEmail Podcast AT GerryAnderson.co.ukJoin the Email Newsletter
Sir Richard Taylor: An Unexpected Guest (Pt 1 of 2)
The Friendship Onion
Richard Taylor joins Dom and Billy as they discuss how Richard got started as an artist, his work at Weta Workshop, his first experience reading Tolkien, how he met Peter Jackson, their work on Meet the Feebles and more! Tune in next week for part two! Tune in every Tuesday for new episodes and please be sure to rate, subscribe, and leave a comment/review! Take a screenshot of your Apple review, tag the show on IG and we might feature you on our story! And be sure to follow and add your favorite funky jams to our Spotify playlist "The Friendship Onion." Feel free to leave Billy and Dom a message with your comments, questions, or just to say hello! https://www.speakpipe.com/thefriendshiponion or write us an email at email@example.com TFO's IG - @thefriendshiponion Billy's IG - @boydbilly Dom's IG - @dom_monaghan_Weta Workshop InstagramWeta Workshop FacebookWeta Workshop TwitterWeta Workshop YouTube Grab your Liquid I.V. in bulk nationwide at Costco or you can get 25% off when you go to LIQUIDIV.COM and use code ONION at checkout. Become a member today by going to Feals.com/ONION and you'll get 50% off your first order with free shipping. Vuori is offering 20% off your first purchase. Get yourself some of the most comfortable and versatile clothing on the planet at vuori.com/ONION.Secure your online activity today at ExpressVPN.com/onion and get an extra three months FREE!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I should be DEAD! Richard Taylor - Experience Real Podcast
Experience Real Podcast
Richard came on to talk about his life. From growing up in Llanelli and being a trouble maker who found himself in a world of drugs and crime to finding God and turning it around. If you want to find out more about the story watch and enjoy the podcast! Rich is also involved in politics now and you can find him also on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQPVqNy5WIm5RNo-BCuHxQA Give his page a look and subscribe also.If you enjoyed this podcast please hit the like button and subscribe! if this has given you any light at the end of the tunnel then please comment and I also wish you all the best. anyone out there in the struggle who needs a chat can find me on instagram. I will not ignore anyone! @experiencerealpodcastThank you! Clothes coming soon #ExperienceReal #ReppingReal #RichPolitics
184 Richard Taylor is the Responsible Gambling Program Manager for BetMGM #gamblingaddiction #talkinghelps #publichealth
ALL IN: The Addicted Gambler's Podcast
Richard Taylor is the Responsible Gambling Program Manager for BetMGM. Richard was so kind to join us to talk about what he does to educate about responsible gambling, how his team assists those who display gambling-harm behavior, and his very personal connection to gambling addiction. Please listen and learn from those who know. A better life without gambling. Join for an episode or simply say hello! - firstname.lastname@example.org Please leave us a rating or review wherever you get your podcasts. It helps those still struggling to find us! Please support our sponsor - Gamban Music by T. Vance And if you are in the U.K. use this tool! -- TalkBanStop
Richard Taylor: Physics and The Art of Fractal Fluency In Nature
Your Outside Mindset
Episode # 18 Today it is my pleasure to introduce to you Richard Taylor, Professor, Physics Department Head at University of Oregon. His interests are: Nanoelectronics, retinal implants, solar cells, and the visual science of fractals. Richard Taylor specializes in experimental condensed matter and biophysics. He is the Director of Fractals Research and head of the Fractals Research Laboratory at the University of Oregon. For a complete transcript of this episode please visit treesmendus.com Richard Taylor regularly gives lectures around the world, invited by organizations as diverse as the Nobel Foundation, the White House, the Royal Society and national art galleries such as the Pompidou Centre and the Guggenheim Museum.Welcome Richard Taylor. 1) Richard Taylor would you please start by telling us your story in the arts and sciences?It is a long and winding story. For me all my passions started when I was a little 9 year old I started to get enthralled with the patterns in nature. They look very messy, whether you are looking at a cloud, tree or a mountain. But there is something very appealing about them as well. We all know that we love nature, but for me as a little kid is was: “why is it exactly that we love nature so much?” That took in a long winding process for me that took in physics, psychology, and arts. All my career has been based on this, and trying to understand that when we say nature has got a pattern, what exactly do we mean by that? 2) What are fractals? It’s a weird name for something that is very simple. So a fractal pattern, is simply a pattern that repeats at different sized scales. Although it is simple, nature uses it a lot. Examples of fractals are clouds in the sky, trees, and mountains. So it you take for example a tree and stand a long way from it, you will see a sort of rough pattern created by the trunk and the branches coming off. And if you walk closer, and zoom in on one of those branches, you’ll see that smaller branches come off those larger branches. And then look closely at those smaller branches, and you’ll see that twigs come off those smaller branches. So patterns are repeating at different magnifications as you look closer and closer to the tree. And that is all that a fractal is: a pattern that repeats at different magnifications. 3) How do fractals fit with stress? So although it is a simple idea, like a say nature uses it a lot – so clouds, mountains, rivers, coastlines, even lightening, are all fractal. I have been working with psychologists and we have been investigating what is the impact on you when you look at these fractal patterns. For millions of years, we have been absolutely surrounded by fractals so it is not surprising that our human eye has evolved to accommodate them. We have got this model that we call “fractal fluency” and what it purposes is that your eye has become fluent in the visual language of fractals. In other words, our eyes have actually evolved to look at these patterns. So when we do so, when we walk outside in nature and we stare at these fractals, it is like the visual system kind of wakes up and says “hey this is what I am meant to look at.”This opens up a floodgate of emotions and stress reduction. So when you look at one of nature’s fractal patterns, it actually reduces your stress levels by up to 60%. And this floods all the way through your body, so your whole body relaxes by that amount.
Richard Taylor - Increasing species diversity and water into the aquifer in Texas Hill Country
After a successful career in computers and technology, Richard Taylor and his partner Suzie Paris spent many years searching for the perfect place to begin their next adventure. In 2001 they purchased 832 acres in Texas Hill Country and named it the Blue Mountain Peak Ranch due to its position as the highest point in Mason, Texas. They began improving the ranch by cutting Ashe Juniper, first themselves and then with teams of people with chainsaws and with prescribed burns. The removal of bison, traditional livestock management, and a changing climate have contributed to Ashe Juniper exploding across the landscape of Hill Country. Containing the Ashe Juniper to the ravines has led to less runoff and more rainfall absorption, an increase in native flora and fauna, and a rebirth of springs and creeks. During our conversation, Richard and I talk about his selection criteria when shopping for a ranch, how the work done here influences San Antonio and Austin’s water supply, and the ways they control Ashe Juniper, commonly known as cedar to locals. We talk about the importance of a goal statement for most aspects in life, how rising land prices require us to rethink the economic models around land ownership, and the increase in species diversity after controlling the cedar, deer and cowbird populations. NB: Richard misspoke about the general timeframe to build an inch of topsoil. In the references section down below I’ve included a link to just one of many articles that cover this topic. Soil formation rates vary across the planet with slowest rates occurring in cold, dry regions and faster rates in hot, wet regions. There’s a lot packed into this 42-minute episode, so I hope you enjoy! --- FULL EPISODE NOTES WITH LINKS @ https://truestewards.com/richard-taylor --- --- TOPICS DISCUSSED --- 1:30 – Searching for a property at the top of its watershed 3:02 – Fire suppression and the invasion of ash juniper, commonly known as cedar 6:11 – Can you control cedar? 7:39 – Restoring the native seed inventory 10:16 – An intro to the science behind prescriptive burning 14:45 – Seeing an increase in biodiversity after fire events 17:07 – An example of linked species, the web of life 18:26 – Black-capped vireos, short-tailed hairless lizards, and student research on species diversity 20:41 – Improving water features on the ranch 21:28 – Resources helping the eco restoration efforts on the ranch 23:54 – Return of milkweed and monarch butterflies 25:04 – Sequestering carbon in our grasslands and building up the soil 26:00 – Barriers to others accessing these resources, using prescribed fire, et cetera 27:22 – The value of collaborating and sharing information with your neighbors 30:00 – Cost of land, population growth, and lessons from the Golden Mile in Massachusetts 33:59 – Partnering with Texas Parks and Wildlife to improve wildlife habitat 37:24 – An introduction to cowbirds and their impacts 39:20 – Ecotourism including hikers, bikers, campers, and student researchers 40:03 – Reiterating the impact of water on this ecosystem