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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for George Graham. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about George Graham, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for George Graham. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about George Graham, often where they are interviewed.

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The best of Arsenal, from a 1980s rebirth, George Graham's '89 pinnacle, and Wenger's wonders

These Football Times
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To celebrate the release of the Arsenal magazine, sub-editor and lifelong supporter Will Sharp joined the podcast to discuss Arsenal's place in the game and their history, from the legends of a bygone era through George Graham's success and Arsène Wenger's revolution.

Apr 17 2020

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George Graham Rice Pt. 2

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In 1904, George Graham Rice took his scams out West. Like many Americans in the early 20th century, Rice came to California looking to strike it rich. Except Rice wasn't looking to seek his own fortune, he was hoping to swindle others out of theirs. 

Jan 15 2020

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George Graham Rice Pt. 1

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A master swindler who operated in the early 1900s, George Graham Rice was a con artist before America even knew the term. He went from amateur forger as a teenager to full-blown criminal in only a few short years, even stealing from his father’s fur business to finance his gambling habit.

Jan 08 2020

50mins

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7: George Graham, QPR's manager hunt and Stoney's dating woes

Ian Stone's Comedy Breakfast on Love Sport Radio
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Apr 02 2019

44mins

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Episode 182: The Spanish George Graham or the Spanish Bruce Rioch?

Daily Cannon Arsenal Podcast
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In this edition of the Daily Cannon Arsenal podcast, Matthew and Paul talk winning at Huddersfield, fan entitlement, and how much we should worry about the lack of discernible style of play.

They also defend Alex Iwobi & Ainsley Maitland-Niles, ponder the Ozil situation, and gawp at Rambo’s impending pay packet.

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Feb 12 2019

1hr 11mins

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Quick Bites: George Graham - Louisiana Eats - It's New Orleans

Its New Orleans: Louisiana Eats
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From the cities to the swamps, Louisiana s Cajun Country is known for its food, culture, and joie de vivre. Author and blogger George Graham calls Acadiana home, and has made it his mission to preserve and promote Cajun and Creole culture through stories and recipes. He blogs about his food adventures weekly on AcadianaTable.com and is author of the book Acadiana Table Cajun and Creole Home Cooking from the Heart of Louisiana. In this episode of Quick Bites, Poppy joins George on a virtual culinary adventure of Acadiana and learns how he came to develop such an enduring passion for Southwest Louisiana and its foodways.

Jul 04 2018

30mins

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Lecture | George Graham | Self, Schizophrenia, and the Unwholly Spirit: A Pathway to Ecumenical Naturalism

Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture
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Normal self-consciousness typically includes the compelling sense that my own experiences belong to me – one person, one whole and unified center of consciousness. That common and compelling feature of wholeness and distinctness often is lost or broken in certain experiences in schizophrenia as well as in mystical or religious experiences. The experience of self-consciousness or self-awareness in schizophrenia often is constituted by dramatic breakdowns in the experience of the self or “I”. Many so-called mystical or religious experiences include similar breakdowns. Such similarities have long been recognized in the literatures on mental illness and mysticism. The question is, ‘What to do about them?’ It would be a mistake to equate mysticism with psychosis but helpful to examine whether the two sorts of experiences are similar in their cognitive foundations. Ecumenical Naturalism (EN) claims that experiences of self in schizophrenia and in mysticism share some of the same cognitive foundations. Various religious social contexts and practices elicit, engage and manipulate those psychological systems in ways that yield thoughts and experiences that are quite similar to those associated with mental disorders like schizophrenia. EN aims to identify those foundations and to compare and contrast the differences in consequences between relevant illnesses and mystical experiences (when not signs of illness). My talk will describe EN, one of its essential assumptions, which is derived from some recent work in the cognitive science of religion, and illustrate its method. The relevant assumption is that religious experiences are sustained by a whole variety of cognitive systems, which are part of our regular psychological equipment, mystical experiences or no mystical experiences, schizophrenia or no schizophrenia. (November 19, 2015)

Nov 19 2015

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Lecture | George Graham | Mental Disorder, Brain Disorder and Therapeutic Intervention

Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture
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George Graham (Philosophy and Neuroscience, Georgia State University) gives a talk entitled "Mental Disorder, Brain Disorder and Therapeutic Intervention," sponsored by Emory University's Center for Mind, Brain and Culture (September 20, 2012).

Sep 20 2012

50mins

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