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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tim Stevens. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tim Stevens, often where they are interviewed.

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26 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tim Stevens. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tim Stevens, often where they are interviewed.

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Tim Stevens 16 Sep 2020

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All about the 80s with Tim Stevens
Sep 16 2020 · 2hr
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Tim Stevens 9 Sep 2020

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All about the 80s with Tim Stevens
Sep 09 2020 · 2hr

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Tim Stevens 12 Aug 2020

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All about the 80s with Tim Stevens
Aug 12 2020 · 2hr
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8/8/19 - Music Literacy, PC Culture, Tim Stevens, Obese Client, CA Santuary Cities

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- A New Study Suggests that Children Need to Learn Music Literacy Again

- CALL-IN: A New Survey Indicates that a Vast Majority of Americans are TIRED of the So-Called "PC" Culture . . . but that Only 25% of All Americans are Actually Conservative. Do You Agree with that Statistic?

- TIM STEVENS: Marked By Love - A Dare to Walk Away from Judgment and Hypocrisy

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Tim Stevens

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Tim Stevens talks about what it means to be marked by love!
You can learn more about Tim at:
markedbylove.com leadingsmart.com vanderbloemen.com
Feb 12 2019 · 53mins
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Being Marked By Love with Tim Stevens

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Welcome to this week’s unSeminary podcast! We have the pleasure of hearing from a familiar voice today. Tim Stevens is no stranger to the podcast, and he’s talked with us before about his work with Vanderbloemen Search Group. Today, though, the topic is different. While Tim works with VSG to help churches find staff, he’s […]
Nov 08 2018 · 26mins
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Episode # 12 - Tim Stevens: Filmmaker/ Artist/ Musician

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This week on Bathroom Break Podcast, my guest is the talented Mr. Stevens. Tim is a creative of many platforms. Filmmaker, Artist and Musician. We sat down for a fun conversation about the creative process and of course there was some talk of poop. Enjoy!


Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bathroombreakpodcast/support
Oct 29 2018 · 1hr
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Kanye West Owes Me $300 with Tim Stevens

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Stephanie and Meghan are joined this week by Tim Stevens, to discuss Jensen Karp's memoir: Kanye West Owes Me $300 and Other True Stories from a White Rapper Who Almost Made It Big! This book was (almost surprisingly) a great read, causing us to dig in a little to our own nostalgia. We learn a little about the music production world prior to Napster, and Stephanie learns a new phrase she can never unlearn. 

Book Drink: Champagne Cocktails 

Find us on the web:

Website | Twitter | Facebook | Facebook Group | Instagram | Email: judgingcoverspodcast@gmail.com

Find our hosts: Meghan's Twitter | Stephanie's Instagram

and guest: 

Tim's Twitter | Tim's Website

Aug 27 2018 · 1hr 55mins
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Podcast: Cyber Conflict with Brandon Valeriano and Tim Stevens

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Cyber operations are becoming increasingly important in contemporary statecraft, as they provide new means through which states may threaten or act against one another. The cases of Estonia, Saudi Aradia, Iran, and the 2016 US Presidential elections demonstrate that cyber operations can be used to compromise critical infrastructure, damage economies, undermine democracy, and can even amount to formal state conflict. However, according to Dr. Brandon Valeriano, "cyberconflict", defined as the use of computational means for malicious or destructive purposes in order to influence diplomatic or military interactions, has not necessarily opened a door to new conflicts in the international system. His research also provides that cyberconflict is neither as frequent or damaging as other forms of conflict.

How does cyberconflict fit into the continuation of international rivalries and conflicts today?

In this edition of the War Studies Podcast, we are going to dive into the domain of Cyberconflict with Dr. Brandon Valeriano, the Donald Ben Chair of Armed Politics at the Marine Corps University, and Dr. Tim Stevens, Lecturer in Global Security in the Dept. of War Studies and Convenor of the Cyber Security Research Group.

If you are interested in learning more about this topic, check out our recording of Dr. Brandon Valeriano's lecture, "Cyber Strategy: The Evolution of Cyber Power and Coercion."
May 11 2018 · 29mins
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29:Interview with Thriller Author Tim Stevens

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Thriller Author Tim Stevens, the man behind the John Purkiss books talks to Spybrary

Today we are joined by a spy author who Jeremy Duns says ‘should be as well known as Lee Child.'

Spywrite.com and Spybrary contributor Jeff Quest also gives our guests'  first spy novel 'Ratcatcher' a big thumbs up. (Hear Jeff talk about his favourite spy novels on Episode 008 of the Spybrary Spy Podcast.)

The author is Mr Tim Stevens who joins us today to talk about his main spy character John Purkiss who features in a series of 6 spy novels.

Tim has self published 16 novels which he has managed to write whilst being a full time practicing physician. He is also married with 3 kids and a cat so listen in as he shares his tips on how to make time for writing and why you should consider self-publishing.

He also announces news on the eagerly awaited 7th Purkiss novel.

On Episode 29 of the Spybrary Spy Podcast, author Tim Stevens shares with us

  • What is it about the spy thriller genre that appeals to him.
  • Why Adam Hall and Alistair McLean are some of his favourite authors.
  • How he found John Le Carre's work 'impenetrable' on a first read but grew to appreciate the novels later in life.
  • Which authors have inspired him
  • He talks us through his writing and main characters principally John Purkiss and Joe Venn.
  • How back in the early days, he worked with Jeremy Duns. Both critiquing each others work.
  • Why a book agent suggested he try self-publishing his work
  • Why you should read his John Purkiss books in order, start with Ratcatcher.
  • What advice he has for our listeners who want to write and self publish a book?
  • How he manages his time to write, Tim Stevens is married with 3 kids, is a practicing physician oh and has a cat.
  • Announces news on the much awaited 7th installment of the John Purkiss series.

And Much Much More!

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Jan 15 2018 · 56mins