The Bottom Line 2-25-21 with special guests Beth Stickney and David Barber of MeBIC
The Bottom Line
Join John Williams, Dana Connors with special guests David Barber, President of the Board of Directors for the Maine Business Immigration Coalition and Barber/Tyson Foods. And Beth Stickney, Executive Director of the Maine Business Immigration Coalition.
Ep. 216 | Jack Nicklaus' Honeymoon | Dr. David Barber | Dead or Alive
The Stick and Hack Show
How would your spouse respond if you asked to play 36 holes on your wedding day? That's exactly what Jack Nicklaus did, and he ended up alright. Dr. David Barber from Golfmd.com has thoughts on golfing, life, surgery, and how cooking brisket is like golf. Does Mike know his celebrity deaths? He's not Bon Jovi, but he plays dead or alive.All this and more, only on The Stick and Hack Show.
This episode is your introduction to the world of AI! Sebastian asks David Barber all the beginner questions that'll help you understand how AI actually works. Dr. Barber is the Director of the UCL Centre for Artificial Intelligence, as well as being a Professor of Machine Learning at UCL, a Turing Fellow and the cofounder of a spinout from UCL called re:infer. His work involves developing methods to tackle fundamental challenges in Artificial Intelligence; particularly in reasoning under uncertainty and efficient training of AI systems.
Don Black, Sue Buckmaster, Mike Daligan, David Barber
Libby Purves meets lyricist Don Black; puppeteer Sue Buckmaster; author Mike Daligan and Her Majesty the Queen's swan marker, David Barber.Sue Buckmaster is a puppeteer and artistic director of children's theatre company Theatre-Rites. Her theatrical lineage stretches back generations - her great-grandfather was a music hall entertainer who juggled on a revolving table while riding a unicycle. Her show, The Broke 'n' Beat Collective, weaves puppetry with hip hop to explore some of the pressures faced by young people from unemployment to self-harming. The Broke 'n' Beat Collective is touring the UK.Mike Daligan is an author and motivational speaker who has worked in the voluntary sector for over 30 years. He has also travelled to Russia, Bulgaria and Belgium to advise on self- help projects in these regions. In his autobiography, The Other Side of the Doors, he writes about his troubled childhood in London's docklands during the Second World War and the various turns his life has taken ever since. The Other Side of the Doors is published by Edale Press.Don Black OBE is an Oscar-winning lyricist who has written the lyrics for the musical Mrs Henderson Presents... His theatre credits include Tell Me On A Sunday, Aspects of Love with Andrew Lloyd Webber and Sunset Boulevard with Christopher Hampton. He also wrote the lyrics for The Italian Job, Out of Africa, True Grit, and five James Bond movies in collaboration with John Barry. In 2007 he was inducted into the Songwriter's Hall of Fame. Mrs Henderson Presents is based on the story of Laura Henderson who joins forces with the theatre impresario Vivian Van Damm to open the Windmill Theatre in 1937. Mrs Henderson Presents... is at London's Noel Coward Theatre.David Barber is Her Majesty the Queen's swan marker, a role he has held for 22 years. He organises the ceremony of Swan Upping, the annual census of the mute swan population on the River Thames - an event which dates back to the 12th century.Producer: Paula McGinley.
David Barber is the poetry editor of The Atlantic. His first book, The Spirit Level, won the Terrence Des Pres Prize. His latest collection, Wonder Cabinet, was published last year. Barber’s poetry and criticism have appeared in such publications as Field, The New England Review, The New Republic, The New York Times Book Review, The Paris Review, Poetry, and Virginia Quarterly Review.Barber appeared in Goldwin Smith Hall on March 15, 2007. This interview took place earlier the same day.