Episode 59 - Sarah Perry - Wales Back Yard Ultra Winner
Run to the Hills
Run to the Hills - Episode 59 - Sarah Perry - Wales Back Yard Ultra WinnerThis week we have a chat with Sarah Perry! Sarah recently won the Back Yard Ultra Wales. She ran from coast to coast too! Sarah supported many a Round in 2021 including Gary and Neil's BGR!Apologies for the audio during the interview. Sarah's mic was really quiet.Each week we'll bring you interviews with runners from the front, back and middle of the pack. We'll share training advice, nutrition advice and kit reviews too. We'll talk about current running stories and stories from inspirational people who we feel you might be interested in.This podcast is available to listen to at Spotify and Apple Podcasts too. Links below.https://open.spotify.com/show/2HlWHlGA8D6ifm1TmnP2Kthttps://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/run-to-the-hills/id1504643103YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaUcGDYF8919iZSDC8uV9xgFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1005937909821744Blog - https://www.chiacharge.co.uk/blogs/newsTwitter - https://twitter.com/run_tothehillsStrava - https://www.strava.com/clubs/runtothehillspodcastInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/runtothehillswithchiacharge/?hl=enStrava - https://www.strava.com/clubs/runtothehillspodcastChia Charge - Since 2012 Chia Charge has been making sports nutrition which not only helps you perform better but tastes great too. You won't find any oddities in our Yorkshire baked flapjacks either, just good honest kitchen cupboard ingredients that make you move and feel great.
Deanna is joined by Sarah Perry to crush on musicians, Twilight and more! They crush on all the steps of crushing on your favorite band, from concerts to touring and also sliding into their dms....? They both crush on follow their crushes' career paths and supporting their boos along the way. Listen today!!Sign up for Crushes Patreon to listen to more of Sarah's episodes.Follow Sarah @sperrycomedyFollow Deanna @deannaortiz_ @crushespodcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This 'In Conversation' talk was given as part of the first online Iris Murdoch Conference on the 15th July, 2021. Sarah and Avril discuss the importance of Iris’ use of the gothic, and the impact it had on Sarah's own fiction.Avril Horner (Emeritus Professor, Kingston University) is a world-leading expert in the Gothic. She has co-edited collection on Murdoch’s work, as well as ‘Living on Paper: Letters from Iris Murdoch’ with Anne Rowe. Her biography of Barbara Comyns is forthcoming.Sarah Perry is the internationally best selling author of the novels Melmoth, The Essex Serpent, and After Me Comes the Flood, and the non-fiction Essex Girls. She is a winner of the Waterstone’s Book of the Year Awards and the British Book Awards, and has been nominated for major literary prizes including the Women’s Prize for Fiction, the Dylan Thomas Prize, the Folio Prize and the Costa Novel Award. Her essays have been widely published, and she has contributed to the Guardian, the New York Times, the Observer, and the London Review of Books. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and has a PhD in Creative Writing, and has been a UNESCO City of Literature Writer in Residence in Prague, and a Writer in Residence at Gladstone’s Library and the Savoy Hotel in London. Her second novel, the No. 1 bestseller The Essex Serpent, is currently being adapted for television, starring Claire Danes in the lead role.
This week, we're joined by King County Council candidate Sarah Perry. She’s worked behind the scenes for years in Washington politics, helping to bring about big Democratic wins in her home legislative and congressional districts, and now she’s running for office. If you don’t know her already, this show is a great opportunity to hear about her vision for King County.Show Notes:https://www.electsarahperry.org/Theme music from filmmusic.io"Pure Joy" by Otis GallowayLicense: CC BY (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Host Brad Young speaks with Sarah Perry, Legal Fellow with the Heritage Foundation, about the Supreme Court case regarding abortion out of Mississippi. Brad also discusses mask mandates and how confusing they are becoming. What are your thoughts on masks?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Angie Moxham, founder and CEO of The Fourth Angel, and Sarah Perry, managing director on the PRmoment podcast
On this week's podcast, we talk to Angie Moxham, founder and CEO of The Fourth Angel and Sarah Perry, managing director of The Fourth Angel.Previously, Angie was the founder and CEO of 3 Monkeys which, as many of our readers will know, was sold to Edelman and became part of Zeno.Angie founded The Fourth Angel in March 2019.Sarah joined The Fourth Angel in December 2019 as managing director.The Fourth Angel has a fee income of £1.6m and is described by Angie as a multi-sector, brand consultancy business.2.30 mins Angie talks about why, post her 3 Monkeys Zeno exit, she decided to do it all again and launch The Fourth Angel?5 mins Why Angie is still just trying to please her dad!8 mins Angie talks about why PR firms, for too long, have done management consultancy work for a media relations fee.8.30 mins Why reputation management must “go from boardroom to showroom” within a business.9 mins Sarah talks about why, increasingly, PR firms need to look at consultancy through a “media owner’s lens.”15 mins Angie talks about her ambitions for The Fourth Angel.16 mins Angie talks about Seraphim - The Fourth Angel’s brains trust and the advantages of being an independent firm, compared to a group owned firm.18 mins Angie talks about a couple of agency propositions she is launching in the next few months.20 mins “We’re not a whale, not a shark, we’re a dolphin brand,” claims Angie.21 mins Sarah talks about how affiliate links and e-commerce have the potential to change the consumer publishing model.29 mins Why great campaigns should have earned at the front and centre.30 mins Is The Fourth Angel a PR business?
On a very special episode of the Drunk Dial podcast, we are joined by Comedians Sarah Perry and Julie Heckman, who talk heckling and bombing on stage while Dyke and Bridget both play hooky...--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to the 35th episode of 30 Characters. Join Andy Fleming, Joe Fernandez, Matt Riggs and their guest, Sarah Perry as they are forced to sit around and talk until atleast 30 different characters join the show. This week we are joined by such people as...nah, you gotta listen to see. Have fun!Theme song by Brett GretzkyLogo by Chris R
Sarah Perry’s novels are like extraordinary highly coloured dreams - or nightmares. Her bestseller The Essex Serpent features a mythical sea-creature that roams the Blackwater marshes, and the novel that followed, Melmoth, is a terrifying gothic tale with a female ghost who always seems to be just behind you, almost out of sight. In Private Passions, Sarah Perry talks to Michael Berkeley about ghosts and Gothic nightmares, and admits that the ghost in Melmoth haunted her too. She wrote the book high on painkillers amidst the ‘torment’ of spinal collapse, an experience of pain which thankfully she recovered from, but which has changed her view of life. She looks back on her upbringing in the Strict Baptist Chapel, in which popular culture was banned – but classical music was played on speakers so large they reached her shoulders, and Beethoven blasted her out of bed at night.She talks too about Essex, and trying to live down the social shame of being an “Essex Girl” – before realising that Essex girls have a proud tradition, and being an Essex girl was something to aspire to: loud, pleasure-loving, refusing to fit in. Sarah Perry was a viola player as a child, and her music choices include one of Hindemith’s sonatas for viola – which she describes as “the Essex girl of instruments”. She also loves late Beethoven quartets, and Dvorak, and Bach, and the contemporary composer Stephen Crowe, whose setting of fragments from Sappho is one of her choices. She hates jazz – well, almost all jazz. She invites us to hear the one track that completely seduced her. A Loftus Media production for BBC Radio 3Produced by Elizabeth Burke
EPISODE #1 - SARAH PERRY - ESSEX GIRLS - SEPTEMBER 2020
Dan Talks to Interesting People
For this first episode, I spoke to writer Sarah Perry, author of three acclaimed novels — After Me Comes The Flood (2014), The Essex Serpent (2016), and Melmoth (2018). Sarah's first work of non-fiction, Essex Girls, is set to be published in October 2020. — Music, books and films mentioned — Spotify Playlist of Music Discussed The soundtrack for Patience (After Sebald) (2012), a film by Grant Gee Honeyvoiced Mythweaver (Sappho) by Stephen Crowe — Books — A Fortunate Man: The Story of a Country Doctor - John Berger & Jean Mohr Sombrero Fallout - Richard Brautigan There Will Be No Quiet - Stanley Donwood Middlemarch - George Eliot / Mary Anne Evans Consider the Oyster - MFK Fisher Ten Arguments For Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now - Jason Lanier Holloway - Robert Macfarlane, Dan Richards & Stanley Donwood The Mirror & the Light - Hilary Mantel Autumn Journal - Louis MacNeice The Essex Serpent - Sarah Perry Melmoth - Sarah Perry Essex Girls - Sarah Perry Climbing Days - Dan Richards Outpost - Dan Richards Seven Brief Lessons on Physics - Carlo Rovelli The Order of Time - Carlo Rovelli The Gilead series - Marilynne Robinson The Rings of Saturn - WG Sebald Maus - Art Spiegelman Reunion - Fred Uhlman — Films — The Tree of Life - Terrence Malick (2011)