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Robert Hart

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Latest 1 May 2021 | Updated Daily

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Robert Hart - Manfred Mann's Earth Band

The Road to Rock Podcast

This weeks guest on the road to rock podcast is British vocalist and song writer Robert Hart.Roberts career has seen him grace stages and recording studios as part of The Distance, Bad Company and the jones Gang, and for the past 10 years robert has been the lead singer of manfred Mann’s earth band.Robert has worked on various group and solo projects over the years which has led him to collaborate with the likes of Rolling Stones Ronnie wood, Andy Taylor form Duran Duran, Company of snakes with Bernie marsden and FM’s Steve overland and Jim Kirkpatrick.His songwriting career took him to the USA where he was the first English writer to be signed to Disney owned Hollywood records. Robert worked on soundtracks for movies and even stepped in for the odd cameo role.Aside from spending the past decade touring the world with Manfred Mann, Robert worked on his own solo albums, releasing his most recent one, Pure, last year.He called on his rock buddies Steve overland and Hollywood Vampires Tommy Denander to help record and produce the album which has resulted in 12 tracks of unique pop rock.Robert was on the rock meets classic tour in Europe with Alice Cooper and thunder when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, forcing the remaining tour dates to be abandonedThis week I caught up with Robert to discuss the highs and lows of his multi decade career and hear how he came to be the front man of bands he admired growing up.Roberts fishbowl roulette episode is at the end of his interview...Warning - This episode contains substance abuse content some listeners may find triggering.

39mins

23 Apr 2021

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Řeka života: George Müller. Hovoří: Robert Hart

Pořady TWR a Rádia 7

Řeka života: George Müller. Hovoří: Robert Hart. Moderuje: Kateřina Hodecová.

23 Sep 2020

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A Social and Ethical Analysis of Alzheimer’s—Emily Largent, PhD, JD, RN—Emanuel & Robert Hart Assistant Professor of Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Perelman School of Medicine

Finding Genius Podcast

As an assistant professor at Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Emily Largent focuses primarily on research ethics and issues surrounding Alzheimer’s disease. In this episode, you will discover: How the detection of certain biomarkers can determine whether a person is at a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease What three primary attitudes/outlooks on the future emerged from a group of people who learned that their risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease is elevated Whether she thinks the US will reach its goal of finding a disease-modifying therapy for Alzheimer’s disease by 2025 Over 5.5 million Americans have dementia, and there is still no disease-modifying therapy and no way to reverse or slow the progression of the disease. It is one of the most feared conditions of old age because it affects people’s personal identity, sense of self, and personal relationships in a way no other disease can. Largent discusses the key premise of her research, which is that our understanding of Alzheimer’s disease is changing in ways that will have a fundamental impact on the lived experiences of those who receive the diagnosis, as well as their family members. Largent is interested in exploring the social, legal, and ethical implications of Alzheimer’s disease research and how to translate this research into high-quality bedside care. In addition, she is interested in better understanding how people receive the news that they are (or are not) at a greater risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease in the future. She expounds on the details of a particular study which aimed to identify the emotional impact of receiving this type of news, and shares some interesting findings. She also discusses the ways in which people respond practically to receiving such news, and explores how it might affect the relationships they have with other people. Tune in to hear the full conversation. To learn more, visit https://www.alz.org/, https://www.nia.nih.gov/, and https://pennmemorycenter.org/. Available on Apple podcast: apple.co/2Os0myK

21mins

9 Jun 2020

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Robert Hart, Co-Founder of Bunker Mentality

The Menswear Style Podcast

Bunker Mentality a golf brand for golfers with a love of the great game and who share a different mentality. They are inclusive rather than exclusive, pushing open the envelope whilst not compromising golf etiquette, but full on with their own style, creating a new wave of golf culture. Unlike traditional golf attire, Bunker Mentality’s clothing has a strong modern and fashion-forward spirit that can be worn from 'first tee to last orders'. Born in the UK, this family run independent company was founded by Tamasine and Robert, who gave up their corporate careers to follow a passion for creating something that mattered to them. They believe attention to detail in their products is critical in achieving their mission of 'creating new traditions' and 'future classics' in golf. The brand is known for its dynamic colour, graphic energy, attention to detail and an irreverent sense of humour.In this episode of the MenswearStyle Podcast we interview Bunker Mentality Co-Founder, Robert Hart, and discuss his varied clothing industry management background and how he came to start Bunker Mentality after picking up a niche golf magazine in Belfast Airport. Our host Peter Brooker and Robert also chat about the brand's modern designs which take inspiration from the general menswear industry rather than golf apparel. The brand aims to put style first and believes polo shirts can be worn all weekend, and not just whilst playing golf. They also touch upon favourite stylish golfers, favourite golf courses, and favourite golf films. Finally, Robert talks about the new Bunker Mentality golf club and Club Bunker App. Whilst we have your attention, be sure to sign up to our daily MenswearStyle newsletter here. We promise to only send you the good stuff. 

35mins

5 Jun 2020

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Orientation Interview - Dr Robert Hart (HHSC111)

TuneFM

Ben and Kim are joined in the studio by Dr Robert Hart, a Lecturer in Biomedical Science from the School of Science and Technology.

15mins

27 Feb 2020

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Ep 73 - Robert Hart (Bunker Mentality)

Talk Golf Scotland

In this special episode we got the chance to speak to a real golfing entrepreneur in Robert Hart.  A Glasgow lad who gave up a very good corporate job to start the golf clothing brand - Bunker Mentality.  We talk about why and how he started the business, how he helped it grow and also where he sees his business and the game of golf in the future. As always, many thanks to Shotscope Technologies and Golphin - we couldn't do it without you!! Remember to SUBSCRIBE & leave us a Review.  Thanks!! With Stewart Whiteford

49mins

30 Jan 2020

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Episode 240— Robert Hart: A Christmas Fugue for You

Crackers and Grape Juice

Fr. Robert Hart is the Rector of Saint Benedict's Anglican Catholic Church in Chapel Hill, NC, a contributing editor of Touchstone, A Journal of Mere Christianity, and frequent contributor to The Continuum blog. He’s an incredible music fan, and Robert graciously agreed to share an original Christmas composition as a part of the podcast. The brother of Addison Hart and David Bentley Hart, Robert Hart is a good follow on social media. In this conversation, Robert talks with us about the Christian vocation to be with the poor, how the pro-choice language of “personhood” is the language of slavery, and the priesthood.

54mins

24 Dec 2019

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Sport Lifestyle Podcast Season 2, Episode 6 with Robert Hart

Sport Lifestyle Podcast

Our guest host Ann Rodriguez (A Rod) and Melissa Schwartz interview Robert “Bob” Hart the Executive Vice President of AECOM Building Construction. Bob’s current projects include the Rams and Chargers new stadium in Inglewood, USC Coliseum renovation, ASU Stadium renovation, and the new San Francisco Giants Spring Training Facility. Other notable stadium projects in Bob’s portfolio include the Arizona Cardinals Stadium, Diamondbacks Stadium, Mariner’s Safeco Field, and the Giant’s AT&T Park to name a few. A Rod and Melissa also tackle Robert Kraft’s legal woes and discuss Nike’s “Dream Crazier” ad.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/sport-lifestyle-podcast/donations

52mins

9 Mar 2019

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Sir Robert Hart (R)

Hong Kong Heritage

China analyst and author Mark O’Neill tells Annemarie about the life of Sir Robert Hart, who was a British diplomat in China, who served as the second Inspector-General of China's Imperial Maritime Custom Service for nearly 50 years.  Mark has written...

32mins

19 Mar 2017

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Sir Robert Hart

Hong Kong Heritage

China analyst and author Mark O’Neill tells Annemarie about the life of Sir Robert Hart, who was a British diplomat in China, who served as the second Inspector-General of China's Imperial Maritime Custom Service for nearly 50 years.  Mark has written...

30mins

17 Mar 2017

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