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9: CHRIS SUTTON: LOVE HIM OR HATE HIM

Currie Club - The Scottish Football Sessions

Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton is never short of an opinion, but is always prepared to back it up.   The BT Sport pundit discusses why honesty has to come before friendships and why he stands by everything he says even if it provokes a reaction.

52mins

27 Oct 2022

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2: Chapter Two - The House That Jack Built… with Tim Sherwood and Chris Sutton

The Premier League Storybook with Jake Humphrey

We heard how Man United captured the first Premier League title and dominated the 1990s last time… someone surely had to challenge them in those first few years? Not many at the start of the decade would have bet money on that being Blackburn Rovers, who hadn’t troubled the top flight since the late 60s. However, local steel magnate Jack Walker pumped money into his boyhood club to fire them to promotion in time for the Premier League’s inaugural season – and then continued to hoover up the best young talent in Britain to – in his words – ‘make Man United look cheap’. Just a couple of years later they’d done the seemingly impossible and wrestled the title from Alex Ferguson, Eric Cantona and Co. We’ve spoken to the Premier League’s leading lights from the time about a story that seems even more incredible all these years later – including Rovers’ victorious captain Tim Sherwood and their record signing Chris Sutton. Chapter Two is the Premier League Storybook’s first real twist…

58mins

9 Sep 2022

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Ep. 2.2 - Chris Sutton United 0 - 1 All Of Them

The Famous Sloping Pitch with Nick Hancock and Chris England

Nick Hancock and Chris England discuss the demise of football results on the wireless, some Oldham shit, some Stoke shit, hashtag empty Old Trafford, and some surprising defence of Harry Maguire. Come and join us for our first ever live show show at 7pm on Sunday 11th September as part of the brilliant London Podcast Festival at Kings Place in King's Cross. Tickets available here... https://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on/comedy/the-famous-sloping-pitch/We’re now on Twitter. Please, please, please follow us @slopingpitch If you have any thoughts, feelings or queries, please feel free to contact us on slopingpitch@gmail.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

50mins

12 Aug 2022

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038 - A Mental Conversation with Chris Sutton

The Smash Your Own Ceiling Podcast

Welcome to another episode of The Smash Your Own Ceiling Podcast. I am over the moon that you're here, and to introduce you to a very special guest. On the show with me today is the host of the podcast Mental Conversations, Chris Sutton and we have a fab chat about he journey with Mental Health to creating his podcast, and the power of Neuro Linguistic Programming. It's a fab conversation and I know you're going to get loads from it. Please note that we do touch on suicidal thoughts in this conversation. Don't forget to hit the subscribe button, share with a friend, or tag me on social with your thoughts, and to learn more about Chris you can find him on the A Mental Conversation Podcast. The book that Chris recommends is The Four Agreements - Don Miguel Ruiz, Peter Coyote, et al. Click here for more info See you on the inside Barbara x

44mins

30 Jun 2022

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On the Ball with guest Chris Sutton

Namaste Motherf**kers

In this episode, Cally talks to premier league footballer turned pundit and commentator Chris Sutton about ice baths, stage presence, March birthdays, sport, community, getting uncomfortable, cold water swimming, Norfolk, Dads, kids, rejection, comebacks, Alan Shearer, mental health, gaming, physical fitness and money.If you haven’t already, why not follow Namaste Motherf**kers at https://auddy.co/shows/entertainment/namaste - that way you’ll never miss a show!Twitter: @chris_sutton73Instagram: @chris.sutton9Chris’s campaign to bring about change when it comes to the serious health risks to players, including brain injury and dementia:Outliers, The Story of Success by Malcolm GladwellMore about CallyInstagram: @callybeatoncomedianTwitter: @callybeatonProduced by Mike Hanson and Kourosh Adhamy for Pod People ProductionsTwitter: @podpeopleukInstagram: @podpeopleukMusic by Jake YappCover Art by Jaijo DesignSponsorship: info@theloniouspunkproductions.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 2mins

5 May 2022

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Episode 57 | "Black Sabbath in the 1970s"/Chris Sutton

Booked On Rock with Eric Senich

The 1970s saw the rise of rock and metal as a force in record and ticket sales. Right there at the birth of this was Black Sabbath, whose first album came from nowhere to smash into the top of the charts in Britain and around the world. “Black Sabbath in the 1970s” covers the career of the original foursome - Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi, Ozzy Osbourne and Bill Ward – from Polka Tulk, through Earth and their original nine years as Black Sabbath, when the band recorded such iconic albums as ‘Paranoid’, ‘Sabbath Bloody Sabbath’ and ‘Masters of Reality’. This book includes new interview material from key figures including Rick Wakeman and engineers Mike Butcher and Robin Black, among others. It’s is a comprehensive roundup of the band's music in the decade. All of the albums and singles from “The Rebel” until “Never Say Die” are examined in detail, along with related archive releases. Also included is a section covering Black Sabbath's tours in the era, looking at key live recordings from every tour. Overall, this is the most comprehensive account of the fortunes in the band during this crucial decade yet written.Sutton also gives us his theory behind the story of the song “Black Sabbath” and who that “figure in black” really is, tells the story of the time Tony Iommi gave him a ride home and a whole lot more about Black Sabbath!Chris Sutton has been a fan of Black Sabbath since the early 70s. He manages and has written several publications for Smethwick Heritage Centre Museum. He’s also written several plays. “Black Sabbath In the 1970s” is his second book on music for Sonicbond Publishing, following on from “Alice Cooper in the 1970s”. You can listen to our interview with Chris about that book in episode 13 of Booked on Rock (www.spreaker.com/user/discoveryeric/chris-sutton-alice-cooper-in-the-1970s) Chris also writes for Power Play magazine and has contributed to a documentary on Alice Cooper. He joins us from his home in Great Malvern, UK.Purchase a copy of “Bkack Sabbath in the 1970s” through Amazon in the US: www.amazon.com/Black-Sabbath-70s-Chris-Sutton/dp/1789521718/refPurchase a copy of “Black Sabbath in the 1970s” through Burning Shed in the UK: https://burningshed.com/chris-sutton_black-sabbath-in-the-1970s_bookListen to a playlist of the music discussed in this episode: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3hAHR7jwSzppFefXtZeJtT?si=2a7280bdc6ea428fThe Booked On Rock Website: https://www.bookedonrock.comFollow The Booked On Rock with Eric Senich:FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/bookedonrockpodcastTWITTER: https://twitter.com/bookedonrockINSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/bookedonrockpodcastSupport Your Local Bookstore! Find your nearest independent bookstore here: https://www.indiebound.org/indie-store-finderContact The Booked On Rock Podcast:thebookedonrockpodcast@gmail.comThe Booked On Rock Music: “Whoosh” & “Nasty” by Crowander (https://www.crowander.com)

1hr 22mins

7 Apr 2022

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Best of Episodes S1 E6 Coyote Chris Sutton Kelly McCarville

Shea's Paranormal Chat

The Shaman and The Psychic Join us for this awesome episode with Shaman Coyote Chris Sutton on the first half of the show and Psychic Medium Kelly McCarville on the second part of the show. Two great guest, one show.

1hr 39mins

19 Mar 2022

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Season 5 Episode 7: Chris Sutton and Chris Goreham

Albion Unlimited

Former Norwich City striker Chris Sutton discusses the start of the season for the Seagulls and his former club. The BBC's Norwich City commentator, Chris Goreham, gives us the inside track on the Albion's next opponents.

56mins

12 Oct 2021

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Remembering Chris Sutton

The Grave Talks | Haunted, Paranormal & Supernatural

A message from the family of Chris Sutton: Dearest Friends,  The family of Coyote Chris wishes to let you know he has passed to begin his new journey spreading light into the darkness in another realm. He received an unexpected diagnosis of lung cancer less than a month ago that was very aggressive. He lived his life to the fullest. We know many wish they would have been able to visit or speak with him but know he will hear your words still. Take all lessons he taught, grow, share, and walk in the path of light.  Love,  Mrs. Coyote and Pups This is a conversation we had with Chris a year ago on The Grave Talks.  Chris Sutton grew up in a very practical “normal” thinking house. The idea of acceptance of spirits or ghosts was viewed as nonsense. Later in life, Chris would find himself in a deep depression as a result of his career and being surrounded by constant negativity. He would find a path out of depression through therapy and adopting shamanic traditions as part of his life.  On this journey, Chris would find himself being asked to intervene on paranormal investigations, helping to bring peace to families being tormented by spirits. When Chris goes head to head with something dark that was not human, how does he deal with it?  Can “peace” be made between any ghost and the living, or can a spirit deny the request?  When it comes to “ghosts” or “spirits”, are they always the echo of the dead?  When a grave is disturbed? Is it the spirit of those who were buried there that return or is it something else?  Can the living change the attitude of a negative spirit?  What simple things can a person do if they believe they are being haunted to find peace with the spirit world?

1hr

31 Aug 2021

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Remembering Chris Sutton

Real Ghost Stories Online

A message from the family of Chris Sutton: Dearest Friends,  The family of Coyote Chris wishes to let you know he has passed to begin his new journey spreading light into the darkness in another realm. He received an unexpected diagnosis of lung cancer less than a month ago that was very aggressive. He lived his life to the fullest. We know many wish they would have been able to visit or speak with him but know he will hear your words still. Take all lessons he taught, grow, share, and walk in the path of light.  Love,  Mrs. Coyote and Pups This is a conversation we had with Chris a year ago on The Grave Talks.  Chris Sutton grew up in a very practical “normal” thinking house. The idea of acceptance of spirits or ghosts was viewed as nonsense. Later in life, Chris would find himself in a deep depression as a result of his career and being surrounded by constant negativity. He would find a path out of depression through therapy and adopting shamanic traditions as part of his life.  On this journey, Chris would find himself being asked to intervene on paranormal investigations, helping to bring peace to families being tormented by spirits. When Chris goes head to head with something dark that was not human, how does he deal with it?  Can “peace” be made between any ghost and the living, or can a spirit deny the request?  When it comes to “ghosts” or “spirits”, are they always the echo of the dead?  When a grave is disturbed? Is it the spirit of those who were buried there that return or is it something else?  Can the living change the attitude of a negative spirit?  What simple things can a person do if they believe they are being haunted to find peace with the spirit world?

59mins

31 Aug 2021

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