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20 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Adam Davies. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Adam Davies, often where they are interviewed.

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20 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Adam Davies. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Adam Davies, often where they are interviewed.

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Crytozoology with Explorer Adam Davies on Edge of the Rabbit Hole!

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Adam Davies joins us to discuss cryptozoology, his adventures around the world, and his feature on The Alaska Triangle tracking down the hairy man!

May 08 2020 · 1hr
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3-24-2020 – Adam Davies – Bigfoot vs. The Yeti

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World Explorer Adam Davies will talk about his research that has lead expeditions to some of the most remote locations on earth; From the darkest corners of the Congo jungle, to the mountains of the Himalayas. There is no –one alive today who has done more to look for scientific evidence of unknown species.

Thank you for listening to the Midnight in the Desert Hour podcast. This segment is a portion of our regular 3 hour program broadcast 5 days a week on the Internet station Dark Matter Radio. We broadcast LIVE at Midnight Eastern time, 9PM Pacific time. See http://midnightinthedesert.com for more information and links to listen LIVE and join our Time Travelers subscription service to listen to our full archives of the show.

Mar 25 2020 · 51mins

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Episode 10: Adam Davies

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In this new episode of The Guild. Chris talks to british writer Adam Davies. Davies has come in to writing late in life, but has compensated by being very prolific. They talk about the process of writing, character driven vs plot driven storytelling and much more.

Music: Blinded by Fytch (feat. Kosta & Theo Hoarau) from Copyright Free Sounds

You can follow Adam Davies on:

- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ADHorror/

- Twitter: @ad_horror

You can follow W.A.R.G - The Guild on:

- Website: https://wisconsinnoir.wixsite.com/wisnoir

- Facebook: .facebook.com/WisconsinNoir/

- Twitter: @stoughe

Other things mentioned in the podcast are Tom Holt's book My Hero, Stephen King's On writing and the TV shows American Horror Story, Black Mirror and Bandersnatch.

Feb 25 2020 · 55mins
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65: Adam Davies

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This week's guest is a goalkeeper who started out at Everton, but came to prominence at Barnsley with two promotions and an EFL Trophy in recent years.

He's represented Wales at international level and currently sits behind Jack Butland and Adam Federici at Stoke after enduring a tricky start to life at the Bet365 Stadium.

Adam Davies joins GKU to talk laser eye surgery and how he's using time on the sidelines to improve his goalkeeper game.
Jan 22 2020 · 40mins

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Ep 10: How to Scale a Business to $100K in 90 Days with Adam Davies

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Today, I'm joined by Adam Davies of Local Boss as we discuss scaling a business to $100K in 90 Days. It is possible. Before you can deliver results, you have to learn how to do it.

Adam Davies always knew he wanted to be an entrepreneur, but he struggled to find his niche until his dentist dad introduced him to direct-response marketing.

What does it feel like to hit your first $100k month at 26 years old? Breaking $100k in less than 90 Days You Need Human Touch to Make the Big Bucks Scaling Up Requires More Human Touch Automation Gives Back If you're just starting out, you need to:
  • Learn how to sell yourself first.
  • Understand that this is a process.
  • Develop yourself. Understand it, even if you are going to hire it out.
  • Be good at sales and then understand funnels.
  • Get good at content that converts.
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Apr 23 2019 · 1hr
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Tom Adam Davies, “Mainstreaming Black Power” (U. Cal Press, 2017)

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What is Black Power? Does it still exist in the so-called post-racial 21st Century? How does Black Power relate to similar movements, like Black Lives Matter? There as so many questions, but there may now be a scholar and text to help answer many of them. Mainstreaming Black Power (University of California Press, 2017) upends the narrative that the Black Power movement allowed for a catharsis of black rage but achieved little institutional transformation or black uplift. Retelling the story of the 1960s and 1970s across the United States and focusing on New York, Atlanta, and Los Angeles this book reveals how the War on Poverty cultivated black self-determination politics and demonstrates that federal, state, and local policies during this period bolstered economic, social, and educational institutions for black control.


Mainstreaming Black Power shows more convincingly than ever before that white power structures did engage with Black Power in specific ways that tended ultimately to reinforce rather than challenge existing racial, class, and gender hierarchies. The author emphasizes that Black Power’s reach and legacies can be understood only in the context of an ideologically diverse black community.


Author Tom Adam Davies is a lecturer and a school visits representative in American History at the University of Sussex. He completed his doctoral studies at the University of Leeds and is a specialist in twentieth-century postwar political and social American history, with a particular focus on the history of race in the United States and the relationship between public policy and mainstream political institutions and movements for social, economic and political change. Davies has also written and recorded a six-part podcast lecture series on the American Civil Rights and Black Power movements for Massolit, a company which produces audio-visual online educational content primarily for A-Level students across the United Kingdom. Mainstreaming Black Power is his first book.


James Stancil is an independent scholar, freelance journalist, and the President and CEO of Intellect U Well, Inc. a Houston-area non-profit dedicated to increasing the joy of reading and media literacy in young people.

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Jun 14 2017 · 42mins
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Tom Adam Davies, “Mainstreaming Black Power” (U. Cal Press, 2017)

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What is Black Power? Does it still exist in the so-called post-racial 21st Century? How does Black Power relate to similar movements, like Black Lives Matter? There as so many questions, but there may now be a scholar and text to help answer many of them. Mainstreaming Black Power (University of California Press, 2017) upends the narrative that the Black Power movement allowed for a catharsis of black rage but achieved little institutional transformation or black uplift. Retelling the story of the 1960s and 1970s across the United States and focusing on New York, Atlanta, and Los Angeles this book reveals how the War on Poverty cultivated black self-determination politics and demonstrates that federal, state, and local policies during this period bolstered economic, social, and educational institutions for black control.


Mainstreaming Black Power shows more convincingly than ever before that white power structures did engage with Black Power in specific ways that tended ultimately to reinforce rather than challenge existing racial, class, and gender hierarchies. The author emphasizes that Black Power’s reach and legacies can be understood only in the context of an ideologically diverse black community.


Author Tom Adam Davies is a lecturer and a school visits representative in American History at the University of Sussex. He completed his doctoral studies at the University of Leeds and is a specialist in twentieth-century postwar political and social American history, with a particular focus on the history of race in the United States and the relationship between public policy and mainstream political institutions and movements for social, economic and political change. Davies has also written and recorded a six-part podcast lecture series on the American Civil Rights and Black Power movements for Massolit, a company which produces audio-visual online educational content primarily for A-Level students across the United Kingdom. Mainstreaming Black Power is his first book.


James Stancil is an independent scholar, freelance journalist, and the President and CEO of Intellect U Well, Inc. a Houston-area non-profit dedicated to increasing the joy of reading and media literacy in young people.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jun 14 2017 · 42mins
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Tom Adam Davies, “Mainstreaming Black Power” (U. Cal Press, 2017)

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What is Black Power? Does it still exist in the so-called post-racial 21st Century? How does Black Power relate to similar movements, like Black Lives Matter? There as so many questions, but there may now be a scholar and text to help answer many of them. Mainstreaming Black Power (University of California Press, 2017) upends the narrative that the Black Power movement allowed for a catharsis of black rage but achieved little institutional transformation or black uplift. Retelling the story of the 1960s and 1970s across the United States and focusing on New York, Atlanta, and Los Angeles this book reveals how the War on Poverty cultivated black self-determination politics and demonstrates that federal, state, and local policies during this period bolstered economic, social, and educational institutions for black control.


Mainstreaming Black Power shows more convincingly than ever before that white power structures did engage with Black Power in specific ways that tended ultimately to reinforce rather than challenge existing racial, class, and gender hierarchies. The author emphasizes that Black Power’s reach and legacies can be understood only in the context of an ideologically diverse black community.


Author Tom Adam Davies is a lecturer and a school visits representative in American History at the University of Sussex. He completed his doctoral studies at the University of Leeds and is a specialist in twentieth-century postwar political and social American history, with a particular focus on the history of race in the United States and the relationship between public policy and mainstream political institutions and movements for social, economic and political change. Davies has also written and recorded a six-part podcast lecture series on the American Civil Rights and Black Power movements for Massolit, a company which produces audio-visual online educational content primarily for A-Level students across the United Kingdom. Mainstreaming Black Power is his first book.


James Stancil is an independent scholar, freelance journalist, and the President and CEO of Intellect U Well, Inc. a Houston-area non-profit dedicated to increasing the joy of reading and media literacy in young people.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jun 14 2017 · 42mins
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BOAA1004 - Adam Davies

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Adam Davies returns to the show to revisit his riveting 'Bigfoot portal' experience and discuss the Orang Pendek, Yeti, and other odd creatures.
May 25 2017 ·
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Monster X Radio with Adventurer and Cryptozoologist Adam Davies

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Join Monster X Radio hosts Gunnar Monson and Shane Corson as they sit down with Cryptozoologist Adam Davies.

Whether you call him an Explorer, Adventurer or Cryptozoologist, there is no one alive today who has done more active fieldwork to prove the existence of yet-to-be-discovered animals in remote and sometimes dangerous parts of the world. 
From the dense jungles of the Congo and Sumatra, to the Deserts of Mongolia, and the Mountains of Nepal, Adam has traveled the world in search of scientific evidence of the existence of these creatures.
Notably, Adam has achieved unique results. Expeditions which he has either led or been a key part of have gotten excellent results. Examples include the Orang-Pendek in Sumatra, Sasquatch, the Yeren in China, and the Seljord Serpent in Norway.
Adam would love to do this full time, but for now he devotes all his spare time and money to his passion. Adam is a frequent contributor to documentary television programming, including such shows as the History Channel's "MonsterQuest", National Geographic Channel, Animal Planet's "Finding BigFoot", and numerous others.
Nov 07 2016 · 2hr 3mins
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