I Want to Fix Ears - Prof Graeme Clark (Inventor of the Bionic Ear) - 9 Aug 2021
We’re talking to Prof Graeme Clark - inventor of the Bionic Ear, about his book ’I Want To Fix Ears’.Help Vision to keep 'Connecting Faith to Life': https://vision.org.au/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I Want To Fix Ears - Prof Graeme Clark (Inventor of the Bionic Ear) - 10 Aug 2021
We’re talking to James G. Martin, an Organic Chemist who shows how Science more deeply probes nature the more it reveals evidence pointing to the existence of God. Help Vision to keep 'Connecting Faith to Life': https://vision.org.au/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Noel catches up with Graeme Clark from Wet Wet Wet. The Scottish band scored a number of hits on the UK charts and around the world. Their debut single, "Wishing I was Lucky", hit number 58 on the Billboard Hot 100. Their biggest hit, the 1994 cover of The Troggs' hit "Love Is All Around", from the Four Weddings and a Funeral soundtrack, spent 15 weeks atop the UK singles chart, one week short of Bryan Adams' (Everything I do) I do it for You.
interview with Rangers Legend Arthur Numan and Graeme Clark of 5 Stars.
Gary talks to Graeme Clark and Arthur Numan about:-History of 5 Stars-Who does what - Arthur Numan and Kris Boyd’s role -The 5 Stars stable-The journey to the partnership with Rangers FC -The Former Players Benevolent Club partnership -Blues Brothers Pod -5 Stars products -5 Stars and NARSA You can reach 5 Stars at:https://rangerslegendsmemorabilia.com/https://www.rangerslegendsgin.com/Twitter: @5StarsltdFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/fivestarsltd/?__tn__=%3CInstagram: https://instagram.com/fivestarsltd?igshid=5s2rpq
[Surpass Conference 2020] Community Stories: Graeme Clark, SQA - A View from Scotland Through the COVID Mist
Surpass Community Assessment Podcast
This podcast episode is a recording of the presentation given by Graeme Clark, Head of Service, Digital Assessment, Support Materials and Understanding Standards at SQA, for the Surpass Conference in October 2020. Graeme gives a view of Scotland’s approach and response to recent events, outlining the impact the pandemic has had on the Scottish education system. Graeme discusses the lessons learned, and opportunities for the future in supporting greater access to national qualifications from home. Presentations are created independently, and as such views expressed by speakers do not necessarily reflect those of BTL Group Ltd. or the Surpass team.
CRASHTON TALKS - EP 12 - Graeme Clark (Wet Wet Wet) Chris speaks to singer/songwriter Graeme Clark (Wet Wet Wet) about the band’s plans for the future with new singer Kevin Simm. Graeme also chats about the challenges COVID-19 has posed on their recording process. -PLEASE NOTE: Apologies for the poor audio quality in this episode. We are working on better audio for future episodes. Thanks for tuning in. Find more from Graeme Clark: www.graemeclark.co.ukInstagram - @graeme.clark-Facebook: www.facebook.com/crashtonmusicTwitter: @crashtonmusicInstagram: @crashtonmusicTheme tune written by Damien Hendry and Chris Ashton. —-Support the show: www.patreon.com/crashtontalksDonations: www.paypal.me/crashtonstore—- Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/47d7LF2...Apple - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast...TuneIn - https://tunein.com/podcasts/Arts--Cul...Google - https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR...—www.crashtonmusic.com/talksSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/crashtontalks)
Listen to the story of Australian doctor, Graeme Clark. He invented the bionic ear (Cochlear Ear) which gives profoundly deaf people hearing and speech. Broadcast on Southern FM “Songs of Hope”. Segment “Christians who have made a difference”. Press play to listen or download. https://songsofhope883.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/soh-2012-10-21-graeme-clark-64-1.mp3