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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Paul Edmondson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Paul Edmondson, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Paul Edmondson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Paul Edmondson, often where they are interviewed.

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A Cumberland Conversation With Sir Stanley Wells And Dr Paul Edmondson

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Two of the world’s leading Shakespearean scholars, Sir Stanley Wells and Dr Paul Edmondson join us for a virtual Cumberland Conversation from Cumberland Lodge.

Paul and Stanley reflect on their lives’ work to date, dedicated to the study of Shakespeare. In particular, they discuss their new book 'All The Sonnets of Shakespeare', which assembles the sonnets in their probable order of composition, giving a fresh sense of what the sonnet form meant to our greatest poet-dramatist.

This Conversation is chaired by our Chief Executive, Canon Dr Edmund Newell, and you are invited to join it live, online.
Nov 26 2020 · 1hr
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Paul Edmondson and Stanley Wells: All the Sonnets of Shakespeare

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In this week's Book Club podcast I talk to Paul Edmondson and Stanley Wells about their new book All The Sonnets of Shakespeare - which by collecting the sonnets that appear in the plays with the 154 poems usually known as 'Shakespeare's Sonnets', and placing them in chronological order, gives a totally fresh sense of what the form meant to our greatest poet-dramatist. They tell me what sonnets meant to Elizabethans, why so much of what has been said about 'the sonnets' has been wrong - they're not a sequence, and it's vain to look for a Dark Lady or Fair Youth in these candidly bisexual poems - and how they provide perhaps the most intensely inward view of the poet we have.
Aug 26 2020 · 40mins

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Waterford-based author Paul Edmondson discusses his new book

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Paul is a member of the Waterford Writers' Group and has written a book called 'Great Spirit of Yosemite, the Story of Chief Tenaya.' He told Mary why he wanted to write it, and about the research involved.
Jul 08 2020 · 12mins
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Shakespeare's Dimensions of Love: Paul Edmondson at the Church Times Festival of Faith & Literature

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Paul Edmondson, Head of Research at The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, considers some of the different kinds of love which can be found across the Shakespearean canon. The talk is complemented by readings from Finbar Lynch and Catherine Cusack.

It was recorded at the 2020 Church Times Festival of Faith and Literature, which took place at Bloxham School, Oxfordshire, on 21 and 22 February. Read more about the festival in this week’s Church Times.

Picture: Paul Edmondson (centre) with Finbar Linch and Catherine Cusack.
Credit: KT Bruce

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Mar 05 2020 · 54mins
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Episode 53: Happy Birthday, Shakespeare! Let's Talk Coat of Arms with Paul Edmondson

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We are celebrating Shakespeare’s birthday this week by taking a look at how Shakespeare became a gentleman. One of the ways William Shakespeare achieved the status of a gentleman was in the procurement of the family Coat of Arms. This process was something of a mystery because history shows us that Shakespeare’s father had been eligible for a coat of arms, but never received it. Later, his son William would successfully acquire the arms for the family, presumably a source of pride for his father, as well as a firm establishment of respect and status in the community. This week we are happy to welcome back to the show for his second time as a guest here at That Shakespeare Life, the distinguished Dr. Paul Edmondson, Head of Research and Knowledge at Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, who joins us to be our guide into the history of Shakespeare’s coat of arms, heraldry, and the Shakespeare family.

Apr 22 2019 · 25mins
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Episode 44: Paul Edmondson Talks Heminges and Condell

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If the saying is true that you are the sum of your five closest friends, then one great way to get to know William Shakespeare is to take a look at the lives of his closest friends. John Heminges and Henry Condell helped form the foundation of the shareholder agreement Shakespeare made at The Globe and the Lord Chamberlain’s Men. They would remain loyal to Shakespeare from Elizabethan England into Jacobean England as the company became the King’s Men under James I. Acting in plays together, writing plays, surviving the Globe’s famous fire, and watching each other get married, have children, and grow old together is a stronger definition of friendship than many people ever get to experience, and by all historical accounts, Heminges and Condell were just such strong friends for William Shakespeare not just until his death in 1616, but through the publication of the 1623 First Folio, and continuing ever after.

As our guest this week, we are delighted to have Paul Edmondson, the Head of Research at Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, and the author of one chapter about Heminges and Condell that appeared in the recent book he edited called The Shakespeare Circle. We welcome Paul today to discuss his chapter on Heminges and Condell and help us get to know Shakespeare’s extraordinary friends.

Feb 18 2019 · 25mins
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Episode 6 - Paul Edmondson

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Paul Edmondson is a T2 Fitness Tutor and also works internationally for a range of fitness education specialists. He focuses on pain-free movement, is an expert in back pain management and fascia.
Dec 24 2018 · 37mins
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Ep. 31: Paul Edmondson, Shakespeare on the Road

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Rev. Dr. Paul Edmondson, Director of the Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival for The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, discusses his trip across America visiting Shakespeare Festivals including the Utah Shakespeare Festival, what he took home from his visit, and shares a poem he wrote about his visit to Cedar City. Learn more about Shakespeare-on-the-Road at www.shakespeareontheroad.com. Please take the Play On podcast survey athttps://www.surveymonkey.com/s/playon1

Jan 11 2016 ·
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Paul Edmondson CEO & Ren Chin VP of Marketing of YieldBuild

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YieldBuild is an online service that maximizes publisher ad revenue through layout, ad network and ad placement optimization. YieldBuild also provides consolidated reporting to help publishers identify, on the basis of statistical data, the best performing ad position layout, color and font style on their webpages.

Paul Edmondson, YieldBuild's co-founder and CEO, was part of the executive team at MongoMusic, which was acquired by Microsoft in 2000. He help group management positions at MSN Entertainment over product management, quality management, and operations. Paul graduated from California PolyTechnic University

Ren Chin, VP of Marketing, most recently comes from Storm Ventures and an EIR. Prior to Storm, Ren was an investor at Partech International where he focused on software and internet investments. Ren holds an MBA degree from the Haas School of Business.

- Tristan & Will
Dec 16 2008 ·