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Episode 183: Top 3 Obstacles for Studio Owners with Julian Barnes

Business for Unicorns Podcast (Fitness Business Podcast)

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35mins

28 Nov 2022

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Julian Barnes: Elizabeth Finch

Sydney Writers' Festival

Booker Prize-winning British author Julian Barnes returns to Sydney Writers’ Festival to introduce his latest novel, Elizabeth Finch. Charting the story of a remarkable teacher through the recollections of a former student, the book has been hailed as a loving tribute to philosophy, a careful evaluation of history and an invitation to think for ourselves. Julian appeared live via video at the 2022 Festival, in conversation with host of ABC Radio National’s The Book Show Claire Nichols, to discuss how questions of love, friendship and biography are woven through the story and his broader body of work, including Flaubert’s Parrot and The Sense of an Ending. Sydney Writers' Festival podcasts are available on all major podcast platforms. If you enjoyed this episode, please rate and subscribe to our channel.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

54mins

28 Oct 2022

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Julian Barnes on ELIZABETH FINCH

Poured Over

“This is one of the great differences between journalism and literature, which I practice in. You write journalism in order for everything to be absolutely clear at the first reading … you write fiction in order to reflect the complexity of the world. And that complexity isn't necessarily grasped at first meeting.” Elizabeth Finch is the latest (and deceptively slim) new novel from Julian Barnes, author of the Booker Prize-winning novel The Sense of an Ending. He joins us on the show to talk about cutting to the chase, unreliable narrators, the intersection of time and memory and history, translating Flaubert, his friendships with fellow Booker Prize-winners Anita Brookner and Ian McEwan, electric typewriters and Blackwing pencils, and more with Poured Over’s host, Miwa Messer. And we finish this episode with TBR Topoff book recommendations from Marc and Becky. Featured Books: Elizabeth Finch by Julian Barnes Flaubert’s Parrot by Julian Barnes Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert (translated by Frances Steegmuller Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert (translated by Lydia Davis) Featured Books (TBR Topoff) Hotel du Lac by Anita Brookner Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro Poured Over is produced and hosted by Miwa Messer and mixed by Harry Liang. Follow us here for new episodes Tuesdays and Thursdays (with occasional Saturdays). A full transcript of this episode is available here. 

1hr

16 Aug 2022

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Lessons in life, mortality and love from Julian Barnes

The Book Show

British Booker winner Julian Barnes's latest novel, Elizabeth Finch, is about a life-changing teacher and he tells the audience at the Sydney Writers Festival that "you become a writer by not being the child of a writer".

54mins

30 May 2022

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Ep 238 - The State of the Fitness Industry in 2022 | The Summit by Boutique Fitness Solutions | Julian Barnes & NT Etuk

Escape Your Limits

On this week’s episode of the Escape Your Limits Podcast, we present to you the second episode of the On The Edge Podcast where Emma Barry & Matthew Januszek interview co-founders of Boutique Fitness Solutions, Julian Barnes & NT Etuk. The Boutique Fitness Solutions, a peer-to-peer network & business education provider that guides, connects and empowers boutique fitness owners. BFS’ aim is to educate, connect and support boutique fitness business owners to enable them to grow profitable businesses that serve the evolving needs of their clients.  Escape Fitness, was invited to The Summit by BFS, and there Emma Barry & Matthew Januszek were able to find out BFS’ top 5 business principles that they’ve identified to be successful, some of the biggest takeaways of the data within the fitness industry, and why many female CEOS are optimistic about the future of the fitness industry. To find out more about BFS, click here! https://boutiquefitnesssolutions.com/

1hr 2mins

8 May 2022

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Julian Barnes: Flaubert at 200

The LRB Podcast

Julian Barnes reads his memoir about a lifetime of reading Flaubert.Read the piece, and listen to the reading without ads, here: https://lrb.me/flaubertpodSubscribe to the LRB from just £1 per issue: https://mylrb.co.uk/podcast20bTitle music by Kieran Brunt / Produced by Anthony Wilks Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

47mins

3 May 2022

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Julian Barnes; How Words Get Good; Bangkok Postcard

Books and Authors

Julian Barnes; How Words Get Good; Bangkok Postcard

27mins

24 Apr 2022

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A Glasgow teenager, a Roman emperor and a sneaky revolutionary: new books by Douglas Stuart, Julian Barnes and Charmian Clift

The Bookshelf

Reading Douglas Stuart's Young Mungo, Julian Barnes' Elizabeth Finch and Charmian Clift's Sneaky Little Revolutions: Selected Essays with writers Nadia Wheatley and Ruth Wilson (The Jane Austen Remedy)

55mins

16 Apr 2022

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Episode #326: Julian Barnes, CEO & Co-Founder, Boutique Fitness Solutions

HALO Talks: Elevating Wellness

CEO & Co-Founder of Boutique Fitness Solutions, Julian Barnes joins a rare club of HALO Talks guests making their second appearance! (First one here.) We're proud to join him at BFS's 4th Summit, April 28-30, 2022 at the Westin Times Square.  In a quick "state of the industry" after 2 years of COVID, Barnes tells us according to IHRSA, 30% of the studio market is now closed unfortunately. He discusses why that is and more importantly, what those studios who've remained (and in some cases, thrived) have done differently.  In terms of some thoughts on the future, Barnes states, "Digital isn't going anywhere. We're very much at the beginning. Virtual is not intended to be a national brand. Most studio owners aren't trying to compete with the Peloton and Daily Burn's of the world. They've realized that the role of virtual in their business model is to support existing clients . . . 80% of the industry is run by studios with 3 or fewer locations."  The BFS 2022 Summit has tracks for CEO's (their invite-only CEO Summit) as well as for Managers and other employees all under one roof with top speakers from across the country. Register at the links above, and hopefully we'll see you there!  Click here to download transcript. 

25mins

18 Mar 2022

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Episode 54: London and York After Step 4; M Night Shyamalan’s New Film, Old; Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - Sharon Latham Exhibition; Julian Barnes On Art In Classic Debut Novel, Metroland; How Good Was Solo George Harrison?

Two Big Egos in a Small Car

How “normal” is London and its arts scene now as Graham reports back on his weekend trip? In turn, Charles talks up York after Step 4. The duo respond to shouts that M Night Shyamalan is back on form with his latest film, Old, and Graham assesses Manchester City and Gallagher brothers’ photographer Sharon Latham’s exhibition of Noel's High Flying Birds at RedHouse Originals, Harrogate. Graham asks, “Are the arts important?”, a question inspired by themes in Julian Barnes's classic debut novel, Metroland. As a deluxe All Things Must Pass arrives, should George Harrison be considered the best solo Beatle?

39mins

5 Aug 2021

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