CloudwatcherUno Podcast Special - 1st Anniversary Podcast with Pete Jackson
Host CloudwatcherUno sits down again with Pete Jackson 1 year ago today on the 14th of June 2020 a new podcast was born. This podcast featured Pete Jackson an extraordinary storyteller and musician. Five seasons later and Pete Jackson is again on the CloudwatcherUno podcast celebrating this first anniversary of a podcast that has grown in reputation, scope and delivering insights into the world of songwriting. In this special anniversary edition Pete Jackson along with his musical partner in crime Brad Dear sing two live acoustic songs 'Sail Away' and 'I Still Believe'. We have an amazing time catching up on the years away for stories and adventures during an age of pandemic when it seemed the forces of darkness we're going to engulf us all. Check out the podcast below on Pete Jackson and other artists: Our Spotify playlist is available for those of you keen to know more about every single song mentioned in the podcast. Love the podcast? Then by all means feel free to share the news with your friends on social media and help the show grow!
PRAIRIE PETE JACKSON - Tending to Illinois Prarielands
Drawn to the natural world from youth, Pete is a biologist who organizes volunteers to care for local natural spaces. He talks about the creation of Emily's Prairie, devoted to the memory of his daughter, as well as other stories of the Illinois prairies. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-fasick/message
CloudwatcherUno Podcast Season 1 Ep1 - Pete Jackson
Host CloudwatcherUno sits down with Pete Jackson on how he weaves his magic with words and guitar to produce something special. They discuss his passion to tell his stories, whether they be of romance or revolution will make you sit up and take notice of this extraordinary musician. Check out the blog below on Pete Jackson and other artists:https://cloudwatcheruno.com/2020/06/14/cloudwatcheruno-podcast-1-with-pete-jackson-storyteller-extraordinaire/Our Spotify playlist is available for those of you keen to know more about every single song mentioned in the podcast.Love the podcast? Then by all means feel free to share the news with your friends on social media and help the show grow!
Ep46 Feat; Pete Jackson (Homesick/Civil War/Persist)
Rewind, Repeat Podcast
Welcome!What to expect on episode 46:Happy Lagwagon Day/week recap/new music from Entrapment, Wishful Thinking, Sleeptalk and Smash/interview with Pete Jackson/filling in the gaps of the "Perth City Hardcore" song mystery/band bump/noncore suggestions/thank you Patreon subscribers.Featured band: SMASHFeatured song: "Stupid People" (from upcoming EP on Life.Lair.Regret Records)IG: @smashhclifelairregretrecords.bandcamp.comHead to lifelairregretrecords.bigcartel.com to preorder the Smash tape.If you are a band or label and want shows/releases covered please contact me via firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you enjoyed this episode or others please follow @rewindrepeatpodcast on instagram, like the facebook page, share the episode you’re listening to to your stories, rate and review on your platform of choice and tell your friends! Every little bit helps and I thank you for your support.If you would like to contribute to Rewind, Repeat you can do so by joining the Patreon for $5 a month (patreon.com/rewindrepeatpodcast), or send a one time contribution via paypal to email@example.com.Thank you in advance for you support!
Pete Jackson, visiting from the UK, comes on to discuss his BBC comedy series Love in Recovery recently made available in the states via Audible. Becoming the person you never thought you'd be, facing the world and the mess you've made of it, annoying people into giving you a chance, taking extraordinary steps because when you're sober there's no pretending that you're happy. @PeteJackson79 @ComicsBookClub
In this episode I chat with Pete Jackson, yet another individual who has decided to switch careers and train in Sport & Exercise Psychology! Pete has over 10 years experience working in advertising, and we discuss the benefits of this as he embarks on the BPS Stage 2 process. Pete provided some really pertinent links between his career in advertisement and developing as a sport psychologist, with particular focus on the sharing of information between professionals! We also discussed how philosophy of practice can develop, the benefits of networking & attending conferences, and the importance of developing a robust process of ethics. Big thanks to Pete for giving up his time and contributing to the Sport Psych Network! Find out more information on the work he is doing by visiting his website https://www.petejackson.co.uk/