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John Harrison

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Ep#39 Luke John Harrison - Leaving Your Job And How To Turn Anger Into Fuel

Paul Mort Talks Sh*t

In this episode, join Paul Mort and long time friend and student, Luke John Harrison. Luke is a PT and owner of South Shields' only specialty coffee shop (The Owl And Swan) Here's what we covered; How you can turn Anger into Fuel, Leaving your job and how to handle starting your own business, Being all over the front cover of the gazette for Terrorist scandal, Masculinity and why not to hide it And much more... For show notes, updates and free stuff.. don't forget to subscribe to the podcast AND head on over to http://paulmort.uk

1hr 11mins

1 Jul 2021

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E51 :: John Harrison & How to Let Loose with Lines and Colour

Make More Art

Join Ânia and John Harrison as they discuss why artists are dangerous; how the absence of colour makes the piece pop; what are the two different kind of artists; and how art relates to music. www.etchrlab.com/harrison


19 Apr 2021

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M. John Harrison - Light


After recovering from falling out of two buildings consecutively, Langdon finally posts the newest episode. In it, Eden and Langdon tackle NFTs, the new psychopoison of the capitalist age, then tackle the psychedelic mindwarp SF/F novel LIGHT by M. John Harrison. FEATURED MUSIC: Steel Bearing Hand - "Command of the Infernal Exarch", Seputus - "The Learned Response"Steel Bearing Hand - SLAY IN HELLhttps://steelbearinghand.bandcamp.com/album/slay-in-hellSeputus - PHANTOM INDIGOhttps://seputus.bandcamp.com/album/phantom-indigo

1hr 57mins

15 Apr 2021

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John Harrison

The Chattering Hour

John Harrison chats with Nicholas Vince (HELLRAISER, NIGHTBREED) about meeting GEORGE A. ROMERO and composing the scores for CREEPSHOW and DAY OF THE DEAD, burying TED DANSON in sand, how TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE TV series became his 'film school', CLIVE BARKER'S BOOK OF BLOOD, writing and directing the Emmy Award winning DUNE TV series, the importance of story logic in films, a new podcast SOUNDS SCARY of scary stories and much more. The film about Francis Bacon, suggested by Nicholas during the Luggage in the Crypt questions, is LOVE IS THE DEVIL (1998) starring Derek Jacobi and Daniel Craig.

1hr 8mins

1 Apr 2021

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Ep 28 - Greenwich - John Harrison & Greenwich, time and tide

Ladies Who London Podcast

Well that's not a snappy title, is it?! This week we are off to Greenwich, and it is Alex who was the lucky winner of this most coveted of locations. She has picked to talk about John Harrison, his marine chronometers, the prime meridian and the wonderfully named Sir Cloudsley Shovell. Who he? Find out in this week's episode.Plus we find out who won the Podcast Pedestal and Emily gets her sweaty hands on the wheel again for another chance to see where we will get to chat about next week.Let us know what you think on Instagram, or on our websites.Instagram @ladieswholondonpodcastEmail ladieswholondon@gmail.comWebsites www.guideemily.com and www.alexlacey.com/links where you can also book for our virtual and real life walking tours.Thanks to Susie Riddell for our voiceover jingles www.susieriddell.com and our jinglemeister Ben Morales Frost, can be found on www.benfrostmusic.comSee you next week


30 Mar 2021

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Ep. 61: Cicisbeo by M. John Harrison - with Guest Host Sunyi Dean

Elder Sign: A Weird Fiction Podcast

Secret luminous sky tunnels! Check out Sunyi Dean's fiction at her website. Read Cicisbeon online for free at the Weird Fiction Review. Support the show and gain access to dozens of bonus episodes by becoming a patron on Patreon. Rate and review the show to help us reach more readers and listeners. Not enough science-fiction and fantasy in your life? Join us on The Gene Wolfe Literary Podcast! Love Star Trek? Come find us on the Lower Decks! Neil Gaiman fan? Love comics? Join us on Hanging Out With the Dream King: A Neil Gaiman Podcast. Check out Glenn's medieval history podcast Agnus! Find out how you can commission a special bonus episode here. Join the conversation on the Claytemple Forum. Follow Claytemple Media on Facebook and Twitter, and sign up for our newsletter. Follow Glenn on Facebook and Twitter. Check out Glenn's weird fiction story "Goodbye to All That" on the Tales to Terrify Podcast. Next time: Hob's Hog by Alan Moore. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com


15 Feb 2021

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Hawaii bar owners John Harrison and Bill Comerford appeal to leaders to lift coronavirus restrictions

Spotlight Hawaii

Bill Comerford and John Harrison have each owned and operated bars in Honolulu for decades, but both say that if COVID-19 restrictions are not lifted soon, they will lose their businesses. “It’s crushed my business. We have no business. And we have hope, I do, that things get better and we get a chance to open,” Harrison told Spotlight Hawaii this morning. “I’ve committed 29 years of my life to this, I’m just not walking away.” Harrison owns Legends Sports Pub in Waikiki, which opened in 1993. Since the first lockdown in March, he has been allowed to open for a total of 53 days, hardly enough to generate the income he needs to fully cover rent or pay his employees. “People may not see bars as essential, but the jobs are essential to the people that work here,” Harrison added. Comerford, who is also the president of the Hawaii Bar Owners Association, owned four Irish-themed bars before the pandemic hit: Kelley O’Neil’s, Irish Rose Saloon, Anna O’Brien’s and O’Toole’s. All have had to close under the City’s tier system, and in the space of less than a year, he has seen years of hard work disappear. “Obviously a business can’t stay in business without income. And that’s the circumstance we’re in. We don’t have the income to survive,” Comerford said. “I”m on unemployment…Our company has come apart completely.” Both men said they are appealing to city and state leaders to allow bars to open under the same restrictions placed on restaurants. “I think we can operate safely the way the bars do in restaurants. They’re doing basically the same thing we were doing,” Harrison said. “All we want is opportunity. And you punish bad behavior. If the bars are not able to obey by the rules, then shut them down, as any other business. But we’re looking for the opportunity.”


19 Jan 2021

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368. John Harrison’s grid and grasshopper.

The Historic Preservationist

The development of the most accurate clocks in it’s time.


3 Jan 2021

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115. #LeadersTalkCrops - How One Grower Put Their Sustainability Jargon Where Their Mouth Was and Kicked Single-Use Plastics w/ John Harrison


It seems there are two things that drive John Harrison.  Passion and determination.  John Harrison, the Founder of AGR1, was a guest on CropTalk under the series #MyFirstCrop. John was in the pre-production and capital raise stage of the AGR1 journey.  Since then, a lot has happened. Including growing quality produce and kicking single-use plastics on the AGR1 farm.  John is passionate about his reasoning for why single-use plastics have got to go.  Take a listen and consider the possibilities.  Until next time, #startcleanstayclean


12 Nov 2020

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60 - M. John Harrison's Viriconium (Guest: Brett Campbell of Pallbearer

Books of Some Substance

In this episode of the Books of Some Substance Podcast, Nick chats with Brett Campbell of the Arkansas doom metal band Pallbearer about M. John Harrison’s Viriconium. They talk through how the themes of Viriconium made it into the band’s music, how Harrison’s use of shifting time and memory and place subvert expectations of genre fiction, and how it is an endless challenge as a human to try not to continually categorize and simplify complex things. And perhaps most entertainingly, the two embark upon a hero’s journey of attempting to summarize just what exactly happens in these dizzying stories. Listen in and you too can see this quest to the end! Pallbearer’s latest full-length, Forgotten Days, is available now via Nuclear Blast. Grab a copy of the record, a copy of Viriconium, and get ready to transcend any and all genres.


2 Nov 2020