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16 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Alison Young. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Alison Young, often where they are interviewed.

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16 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Alison Young. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Alison Young, often where they are interviewed.

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Alison Young: How did I cheer myself up after injuries?

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Alison Young is a British sailor who won the 2016 Laser Radial World Championships. She has also participated in the last two Olympics, with 5th in London and 8th in Rio. Ali will make her 3rd Olympic appearance next year in Tokyo after being selected by the British Sailing Team in October 2019. 

Jul 23 2020 · 26mins
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Ep31 At Home Beauty Tips with Alison Young

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Will Gowing speaks to qualified beauty expert, Alison Young, about at-home beauty treatments for your hair, nails and skin. Alison also answers some of your beauty concerns during this time of isolation. 

Apr 20 2020 · 23mins
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Alison Young, "The City Nature Challenge Communicator"

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The first-ever Citizen Science Day was held in 2016 and the citizen science teams at Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and California Academy of Sciences dreamed up a fun way to capitalize on their home cities’ friendly rivalry and hold a citizen science event around urban biodiversity. That was the first City Nature Challenge, a friendly competition between Los Angeles and San Francisco, engaging residents and visitors in documenting nature to better understand urban biodiversity. 

Listen in as Alison tells us why and how you can participate.

Show notes

California Academy of Science
iNaturalist
Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Snapshot California Coast
Marine Protected Areas
Women in Steppe Sign-Up Page

Intro Bird Call:  American Robin (Recorded May, 2019 Oregon)
Outro Bird Call: Purple Finch (Recorded June, 2019 Oregon)

Connect with us at...

IG: @Hannahgoesbirding and @Erikgoesbirding
Twitter: @WeGoBirding
Facebook: @HannahandErikGoBirding
Email us at HannahandErikGoBirding@gmail.com
Website: http://www.gobirdingpodcast.com

Mar 26 2020 · 1hr 10mins
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Ep12 Alison Young

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Will Gowing talks to qualified beauty expert, Alison Young. Alison is a CEW award-winner and has over 30 years experience in the industry. Will and Ali talk about the beauty landscape currently and what the future holds, as well as Alison's incredible journey bringing some of the biggest beauty brands to QVC in the UK. 

Dec 09 2019 · 39mins
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'R (Privacy International) v Investigatory Powers Tribunal': CPL Discussion - Mark Elliott and Alison Young (audio)

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A discussion held at the University of Cambridge on 18 November 2019, with Sir Patrick Elias, Professor Mark Elliott, and Professor Alison Young. The event was hosted by the Centre for Public Law.

In R (Privacy International) v Investigatory Powers Tribunal [2019] UKSC 22, the Supreme Court, by 4 judgments to 3, concluded that a clause removing judicial review of the court over decisions of the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT), including those as to whether the IPT had jurisdiction, could not remove judicial review by the court for legal errors made by the IPT when determining its jurisdiction. The legislation could be interpreted so as not to remove review over purported decisions as to whether the IPT had jurisdiction – in other words those decisions tainted by a legal error. The individual judgments provide an array of arguments which have an impact on how courts interpret ouster clauses and legislation more generally, the foundations of judicial review, parliamentary sovereignty and the rule of law. This lecture explains the judgments and evaluates their implications.

For more information see: https://www.cpl.law.cam.ac.uk/

This entry provides an audio source for iTunes.
Nov 20 2019 · 58mins
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'R (Privacy International) v Investigatory Powers Tribunal': CPL Discussion - Mark Elliott and Alison Young

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A discussion held at the University of Cambridge on 18 November 2019, with Sir Patrick Elias, Professor Mark Elliott, and Professor Alison Young. The event was hosted by the Centre for Public Law.

In R (Privacy International) v Investigatory Powers Tribunal [2019] UKSC 22, the Supreme Court, by 4 judgments to 3, concluded that a clause removing judicial review of the court over decisions of the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT), including those as to whether the IPT had jurisdiction, could not remove judicial review by the court for legal errors made by the IPT when determining its jurisdiction. The legislation could be interpreted so as not to remove review over purported decisions as to whether the IPT had jurisdiction – in other words those decisions tainted by a legal error. The individual judgments provide an array of arguments which have an impact on how courts interpret ouster clauses and legislation more generally, the foundations of judicial review, parliamentary sovereignty and the rule of law. This lecture explains the judgments and evaluates their implications.

For more information see: https://www.cpl.law.cam.ac.uk/
Nov 20 2019 · 58mins
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Massive Growth Due to Subtle Shifts with Dr. Alison Young

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Host, Dr. Don MacDonald speaks to a returning podcast guest, Dr. Alison Young from Queensland, Australia. Alison shares important lessons she learned from constantly attending seminars and committing herself to lifelong learning. These are principles you can implement in your practice and toward your personal development. Alison reflects on the core philosophy of who she is, what she believes in, and how her beliefs have shifted.    

During this episode, you’ll hear about why paying attention to the business side of your practice will keep you and your practice healthier, the state of chiropractic in Australia and how the chiropractic community there came together, and the results of shifting into the vitality model.  

Key Takeaways:
  • Ali explains the changes she has made that have led to the massive growth of her practice and her personal development work. [2:22]
  • Ali recommends pre-planning business expenses and performing a profit analysis that includes the cost per visit. [7:46]
  • How Ali finds peace during her off hours and connects with her family. [12:14]
  • Shifting to the life model allowed Ali to better relate to her practice members who are parents. [25:36]
  • The Chiropractic Assistant (CA) in Ali’s office takes care of many aspects of the practice member’s visit leaving Ali more time to spend connecting with her practice members. [33:04]
  • The current state of chiropractic in Australia. [36:35]
Learn More:

Dr. Alison Young — Looking After Yourself Podcast

Innate Chiropractic Gladstone

Vitality Shift Website

True Concept Seminars

Dr. Don MacDonald

@DrDonMacDonald on Twitter

Nov 13 2019 · 46mins
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Alison Young

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Over her 30 plus years in the beauty industry, Alison Young has noticed a seismic shift in the attitudes of beauty customers. Where once she found herself advising people merely on what to buy, she now more often than not has to tell people to scale their efforts back, buy fewer products, use the things they already have to get the best result. She is unreserved on the topic, claiming many of us are over-egging the pudding.

Her views on the role beauty should play are equally as sensible, with her saying to those who have found what works for them: “well done - you’re in control of your beauty, beauty’s not in control of you, and if you don’t want anti-wrinkling and anti-ageing and to try to keep up with the insta image, good on you”.

In this episode, Alison and I chart her journey from young girl with chronic eczema and a fondness for horses and dogs who didn't consider herself to be very academic to beauty therapist administering treatments to 80s models at Grayshott to presenter at QVC and award-winning beauty expert.

Alison also explains why she doesn't condone cosmetic surgery, which products she uses, and how her appetite to learn has not yet been sated: ‘Everyone thinks when they’ve come out with a qualification that that’s it, they’re great. No - you’ve started. I’m 35 years in the industry and I’m still starting. You never stop learning.’

Beauty Full Lives is hosted by Madeleine Spencer, produced by Charlie Jones, and with artwork by Sung Lee.

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Oct 24 2019 · 38mins
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TPZ176: Thru-Hiking Te Araroa with Alison Young

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In late October 2018 she traveled to New Zealand to begin a 4-month southbound thru-hike of Te Araroa, a 3,000 km walking track across the north and south islands.  It’s a challenging hike that took her across various landscapes including beaches, cities, forests, and volcanoes.  You can read more about Te Araroa and her other adventures at her website blissfulhiker.com.  Alison Young, welcome back to the show.

Jul 07 2019 · 1hr 2mins
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Skin secrets with Alison Young

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In this week's episode, Liz is joined by beauty expert Alison Young. Ali is best known for being QVC’s longest standing and most trusted beauty presenter (where she met Liz!) but much of the work she’s done throughout her illustrious 30+ year career has, in fact, been off camera. Advising and directing some of our best-loved brands, it’s hard to overstate the influence she’s had on the beauty industry during this time. Strongly against the need for surgery and injectables, she’s an advocate for great results which can be achieved in our own homes, sharing her findings on screen, radio, in the press and on her own website Alison Young BeautyShe joins us today to discuss how we can all look our best in mid-life and beyond.


You can find the show notes with all the resources and links mentioned in the episode at https://lizearlewellbeing.com/s5e3-skin-secrets-alison-young/.

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Jul 03 2019 · 51mins
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