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3 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ian Talbot. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ian Talbot, often where they are interviewed.

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3 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ian Talbot. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ian Talbot, often where they are interviewed.

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01 - Ian Talbot: History, Memory, and Diplomacy in Pakistan

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Ian Talbot, Professor of History at the University of Southampton, is one of Europe's leading historians of South Asia and the author of many books on the subcontinent, including the acclaimed Pakistan: A New History. He is particularly interested in the colonial and post-colonial history of Punjab, and his work has touched on the memory of partition, the legacy of the British Raj, and the human dimension of Pakistan's political evolution. In this episode, he discusses his latest books and explores recent developments in Pakistani politics and diplomacy.

May 01 2020 · 56mins
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#034: The Bottom Line - John Masterson Psychologist & Columnist, Ian Talbot CEO of Chambers Ireland, Rachael Doyle & Cathaoirleach Peter "Chap" Cleere

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This week on The Bottom Line, John Purcell talks to regular KCLR guest presenter John Masterson who is a Doctor of Psychology & columnist with Sunday Independent, as well as a communications adviser to businesses. John discusses how people in business can mentally adjust themselves to cope with the enormous challenges businesses have had to face & how they can equip themselves for the future challenges in the midst of the Covid-19 crisis. 

Ian Talbot, CEO of Chambers Ireland talks to John about the measures that are in place to support businesses in what are unprecedented times for business and how the local Chambers in Carlow & Kilkenny are on hand to provide support at a local level for businesses.

Also Rachel Doyle of Arboretum Lifestyle & Garden Centre talks to John on the changes that they have implemented to deal with the challenging environment as well has the importance of being out in the garden at the moment and how plants can be of benefit to all in challenging times.

Cathaoirleach of Kilkenny County Council Peter "Chap" Cleere, talks about the leadership of Kilkenny County Council and the actions that the council have taken in ensuring that advice from the HSE and the Chief Medical Officer are adhered to.

Talking Shop Continues with Nicki Hoyne of My Shining Armour and The Hero Podcast, Mag Kirwan of Goatsbridge Trout Farm & Julian Hughes of Hughes Farming.
Produced by Deirdre Dromey.
To contact the show, email thebottomline@kclr96fm.com
Mar 20 2020 · 46mins

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Annie Get Your Gun on tour: director Ian Talbot OBE and actor Norman Pace

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Irving Berlin’s classic Wild West musical Annie Get Your Gun, based on the true romance story of sharpshooters Annie Oakley and Frank Butler, is to be revived by Ambassadors Theatre Group starring Jason Donovan and Emma Williams in the two lead roles with Norman Pace as Buffalo Bill Cody.

Like many of ATG’s own productions, it will open at one of the company’s own Manchester theatres as part of its “Manchester Gets It First” scheme, with previews at the Opera House from 16 May 2014.

Director Ian Talbot OBE ran the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre for 20 years where he introduced the summer musical productions for which the company is now famous. He talks about his take on the production and why he believes it hasn't been revived much professionally recently and reflects on his legacy at Regent's Park and the work he has done since he left.

Norman Pace is best known as half of the comedy duo Hale and Pace but has also forged an acting career in plays and musicals, including a spell as Amos Hart in Chicago on the West End. He explains his role in this production, his training as an actor through performing in productions and realising a few long-held ambitions.

For more information about the show, see www.anniegetyourgunthemusical.com, and to book online go to www.atgtickets.com.

May 11 2014 · 38mins