Show 222 - *HARTLEPOOL BY-ELECTION SPECIAL* with Paul Williams
The Political Party
This is a gripping personal account of how Labour managed to lose Hartlepool for the first time in the history of the constituency. Paul was Labour's candidate and in this comprehensive analysis, he explains the factors in the defeat, what the public really said to him and Keir Starmer about Labour, how Keir Starmer dealt with the public in Hartlepool and what Labour needs to do if it not only wants to win back a former safe seat, but ever wants to form a government ever again. Get your tickets for the Political Party Specials at The Garrick Theatre and Vaudeville Theatre here: https://www.nimaxtheatres.com/shows/matt-fordes-political-party-podcast/ Monday 24 May: Peter Mandelson and Sayeeda Warsi Tuesday 25 May: Keir Starmer and Andrea Leadsom - SOLD OUT Wednesday 2 June: Jess Phillips and Esther McVey Follow Paul on Twitter: @PaulWilliamsLAB Email the show: firstname.lastname@example.org Order Matt's book 'Politically Homeless' here: https://blackwells.co.uk/bookshop/product/2100000262618 Follow Matt on Twitter: @mattforde Follow Matt on WTSocial: https://wt.social/u/matt-forde For the latest UK Government advice on coronavirus go to: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirusSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
To Introduce Our Guest Star - Episode Three: Paul Williams
Muppet Fan Podcasts with ToughPigs.com
On this week’s episode of To Introduce Our Guest Star, Jarrod surprises Joe with Grammy and Academy Award winner Paul Williams! Among many things in his career, Paul famously wrote the songs from The Muppet Movie with Kenny Ascher, and returned to write the songs for Muppet Christmas Carol and Letters To Santa. Listen as we discuss the meaning behind Can You Picture That, the definiton of an ‘I Am’ song, Paul’s time writing for Emmet Otter’s Jugband Christmas, the love for Rainbow Connection, and a heck of a lot more!
It’s episode nine of Muppetsational! This week, The Muppets welcome Paul Williams to The Muppet Show! And on the podcast, the frogs haunt Jade, Emma figures out the Muppets' side hustle and Lewis feels ROBBED! Find out more about the podcast at muppetspodcast.com Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook! Editors: Lewis Chandler and Jade Turner Theme Music: Peppy Pepe by Kevin MacLeod Peppy Pepe License Artwork: Charlotte Rudge (Instagram: @Charlie_r_rudge)
The noughties UK film started here... LONDON TO BRIGHTON 15th Anniversary look back with Paul Williams
The Britflicks Podcast
Screenwriter Stuart Wright looks back on an iconic 21st century British film and celebrates the 15th anniversary of LONDON TO BRIGHTON with writer/director Paul Andrew Williams. LONDON TO BRIGHTON is available to watch now for Prime Video subscribers Royalty (2001) Short film that began the London To Brighton film journey https://vimeo.com/345455206 Credits Intro/Outro music is Rocking The Stew by Tokyo Dragons (www.instagram.com/slomaxster/) Podcast from www.britflicks.com You can support the @Britflicks podcast by pledging money via www.patreon.com/stuartwright and/or subscribing to it via iTunesSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/britflicks-com-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
We were a little (not a short joke) punchy this week, and we hope you have as much fun listening as we did recording. This is a cute episode of The Muppet Show, with a guest who basically defined 70s pop music. Though somehow we managed to spend as much time talking about meat tenderizer and pounding chickens as we did about Paul Williams. We don't think Dr. Bunsen Honeydew (who makes his debut this week) would object. https://www.muppeturgy.com/episodes/paul-williams
He played over 400 games as a pro, most of them in the top-flight, and he’s now one of the most qualified coaches in the country. Here PAUL WILLIAMS talks about working with Mauricio Pochettino, keeping Coventry up with a final day goal at White Hart Lane, madness at the Baseball Ground under Robert Maxwell, how Big Ron Atkinson remains such an influential figure in his life, and how football can finally embrace a new dawn following the Greg Clarke and Gordon Taylor eras.
The Greater Good | Dr. Paul Williams, Senior Lecturer at Griffith University's School of Humanities
The Economists' Corner
In today's episode, CEDA CEO Melinda Cilento is joined by Dr. Paul Williams of Griffith University to discuss Labor's unexpected election win in Queensland, how the economy in the Sunshine State is holding up through the pandemic, and how the state is feeling about climate change policy.