Khabib don't waste words | Will Harris | EP 109 Jibber with Jaber
Jibber with Jaber
AJ is joined in the studio by Documentary maker Will Harris. This episode was a pleasure to shoot and to hear Will's journey from spending all of his money buying a camera to becoming the most talked about fight filmmaker today. His work on Anatomy of a fighter has had him follow the worlds best fighters and given the viewer a look into their lives outside of the cage like no one else before. We covered so much and delved deeper into the behind the scenes in Kabib's camp for the previous UFC 280 and much more!
Jack, jack, jack….wait? What? Who is this Jack?It’s 1987, and the future has arrived in the shape of the first No1 of the year courtesy of Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley - House Music is here!Hold up, wait a minute!As the ninth edition of the famous Now, That’s What I Call Music testified from within it’s (so 80s!) Ring binder cover, the charts were much more varied. Whilst dance music was loading up its record box and turning up the BPMs for the coming 12 months, the 30 top chart hits across the four sides of the latest compilation was telling a whole different story. Those big jeans adverts (or was that River Phoenix?) were bringing a spritely 48 (!) Year old Ben E. King back to the top, Jackie Wilson was r-r-r-r-esplendent in plasticine all over again and even Freddie Mercury was camping up The Platters smash from 1956 with The Great Pretender. What decade are we in again?Fear not, as 1987 was definitely serving up its fair share of blistering singles from the likes of Robbie Nevil, The Blow Monkeys, a-Ha, Westworld and many others! Bright new things like Erasure, Curiosity Killed The Cat and Simply Red were rubbing shoulders with more experienced chart names like The Pretenders and Genesis whilst a swingorilliasnt smattering of one-off acts like Mental As Anything and Taffy were providing some shiny, memorable pop memories.And Hot Chocolate were back, Back, BACK and testing our knowledge of which Greatest Hits they were promoting this time (clue - not the Malteser one).So much to unpick, and who better to do it with than pop fan and Needle Mythology records’ Will Harris. Find out how Will passed his Elvis impersonator test (and which song he chose), how he championed the store racks (and West London's soul boys) of the 80s Our Price stores, and how the Finn Brother’s dad provided some much loved appreciation for his sons’ demo tracks.And discover Will’s big 1987 favourites from NOW9 and what was missing (spoiler - they were all on HITS6!)Let's fly high (like a rocket in the sky) back to a pop year like no other, and get ready for some great (BIG HAIR) memories!Altogether now, woooahh, we're half way there.... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep. 258 - Will Harris - Regenerating Rural America
Will Harris of White Oak Pastures joined me to talk about regenerating rural America. White Oak Pastures is in Bluffton, GA a town that was gutted through the industrialization of agriculture. We talk about what the role White Oak Pastures has played in facilitating its regeneration.
The Schmozone EP 108: Will Harris Behind The Scenes with Kamaru Usman UFC 278, and Islam Makhachev Title Shot
Lions Training Camp week 1! Can Will Harris claim a starting CB spot?
Pride of Detroit: for Detroit Lions fans
After the first week of Lions training camp, we've already got plenty to talk about! The offense looks farther ahead than last year (not that that's a high bar) and the defense is coming out aggressive. Will Harris looks to be challenging for a starting CB role, but can he claim it? Plus, are you buying Josh Reynolds stock too? We dive into all the battles in camp and what we think moving into week 2. Plus, the Detroit Free Press published an article highlighting the grievances of Tyrell Crosby, who claims his injury was mishandled by the Detroit Lions - we break down what all is going on here, and what it means for a coaching staff that's painted itself as player-friendly. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Best of the Week - Chiefs Mailbag, Orlando Brown Contract, and Will Harris on Trent McDuffie
Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
Miss any of this week's podcasts? No problem. Welcome to the Arrowhead Pride Best of the Week: Out of Structure has a massive Chiefs mailbag this week–answering some of your biggest questions as we get closer to training camp (1:23). Show had to role solo with Steve this week while BK was on vacation–but the Orlando Brown Jr. contract negotiation gave them plenty to discuss (22:10). We wrap things up with Georgia Southern defensive coordinator–and former Washington secondary coach Will Harris discussing new Chiefs cornerback Trent McDuffie (40:17). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Will Harris Founder & CEO of Boston Brew Company | The Cold Brew that Powers Boston’s Tech Industry
On today’s episode we speak with Will Harris, Founder of Boston Brew Company, a company roasting and brewing their signature blend of incredibly smooth yet strong cold brew coffee. Will shares how he built a client base using LinkedIn, and how he goes above and beyond to provide next level service to his clients. “I always have open communication with all my customers, I don’t leave anyone in the dark, I tell them where I am, what I’m doing, when I’m going to be there, and if there’s a problem, I fix it and I fix it fast.” Find Will at bostonbrewcompany.comSupport the show
Will Harris is one of those people that I have looked up to as long as I've been involved in this regenerative world. He's got an amazing story of transitioning his farm over from commodity livestock production to a regenerative, diverse, direct to consumer business. The market millions of dollars in grass fed and pasture based meats and poultry raised on their 3200 acres in Bluffton, Georgia. They have improved their soils, taking them from 0.5% organic matter to over 5% and they have regenerated their community by providing jobs for 180 people. Truly an amazing and inspiring story I hope you enjoy! Resources Mentioned: Center for Agricultural Resilience, found on White Oak Pastures Website Dirt to Soil - Gabe Brown As always, check us out at Herd Quitter Podcast on Facebook and Instagram as well as at herdquitterpodcast.com. You can also check out Pharocattle.com for more information on how to put more fun and profit back into your ranching business!
Stephanie Sy-Quia’s Amnion (Granta) is a one-of-a-kind ‘lyric epic’, weaving memoir, essay and poetics into one of 2021’s most eagerly awaited debut poetry collections. Sy-Quia read from the book and was in discussion with Will Harris, whose own Granta debut RENDANG won the Forward Prize for Best First Collection. The event was chaired by Rachael Allen, Granta’s poetry editor, whose most recent collection is Kingdomland (Faber). Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.