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Ray Hudson

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Kante's Masterclass, Southgate names England Squad & Ray Hudson's love for Lionel Messi

Off The Crossbar Podcast

In this show, we look back on that final Last 16 games in the UEFA Champions League. Plus the usual preview of this week's Premier League fixtures which also sees the Quarter Finals of the FA Cup take place. We also have another edition of 'Did You See That' featuring an outrageous scream from Ray Hudson.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

45mins

19 Mar 2021

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Reiter Than You - Ray Hudson

Reiter Than You

One-of-a-kind beIN Sports soccer analyst Ray Hudson joins the show to discuss his approach to connecting to an American soccer audience, how he developed his signature turns of phrase and his outlook on the future of US Soccer.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

17mins

17 Mar 2021

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EP070: Ray Hudson & Church Planting, Digital First

The Church Digital Podcast

COVID-19 has brought a lot of confusion into the church. It's hard enough to be an existing church navigating this season. Try being a church that hasn't even launched yet. That's where Ray Hudson found himself. A Church Plant slated to launch Fall 2020, Ray launched early, digital only. And this is what makes Ray interesting. Ray is running a digital only church, but not wanting to limit himself digitally. Ray's church, Our City Center, is passionate about reaching Berkeley, CA. Even in its digital state, the church desires to connect with people in the physical space. That's really the point. If our only desire is to connect with people digitally, we run the risk of creating consumers. Ray, though, is making us ask questions like, "How can this content impact people physically? How can we love people to the point that it impacts the physical world?" This is the standard that our Digital Churches, as well as, our Physical Churches, should hold themselves to. Thus, the point of this conversation. Not sure if Ray's a Digital-Only Church or not. That doesn't matter, really. By thinking digital first, even as a Church Plant, he is impacting his community in a big way... even though he has no physical footprint. COMPLETE SHOW NOTE AVAILABLE AT THECHURCH.DIGITAL--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thechurchdigital/message

59mins

7 May 2020

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Men in Blazers 04/01/20: With Ray Hudson

Men In Blazers

Rog is joined by Sir Ray Hudson to talk Ray's verbal gymnastics and how he's experiencing a world without Lionel Messi playing football. Ray also recites a few lines of FDR's "Only Thing We Have to Fear is Fear Itself."

30mins

1 Apr 2020

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Kingdom Builders One Off | Ray Hudson

GTAustin

46mins

27 Oct 2019

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The Set Piece – 4.2 – The Gargantuan Genius of Ray Hudson

The Set Piece

The crew at The Set Piece are celebrating the move to our own feed by uploading our entire library, warts and all.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 56mins

24 Aug 2019

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The Set Piece – 4.2 – The Gargantuan Genius of Ray Hudson

Sports Radio Detroit

Next Saturday, thousands of soccer fans will descend upon Ann Arbor, soak up the sun and feast their eyes upon a generational talent at the height of his powers when Barcelona take on Napoli at the Big House.  With the help of SRD, Roger Castillo and Relevent Sports we were lucky enough to get a match preview unlike any other.  Ray Hudson, player, manager and verbal gymnast calls in for our first ever Fireside Skypechat to talk ICC, Messi’s genius, the Detroit Express and all things in between.  Also, Daniele De Rossi heads to Argentina, Barcelona kicks off their Asian Tour with some odd cross promotion, Ronaldinho’s rap about taxes ends up being extremely personal and much more The Set Piece. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 58mins

2 Aug 2019

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Kay Murray, Ray Hudson

Managing Madrid: for Real Madrid fans

This Managing Madrid Podcast comes in two parts.Part One (Kay Murray, Kiyan Sobhani)- Some of Real Madrid's dark years before 2010- Fabio Cannavaro's goodbye- Ramon Calderon's resignation- David Beckham kisses- Skipping training and missing a Roberto Carlos injury- The Riazor curse- Marcelo as a teenager- Kay's nightmare visit to the Benito Villamarin- David Beckham sold, but recalled- Beckham's legacy- Tamudazo- Iker Casillas kicking balls at Kay- Real Madrid vs Espanyol, May 12 2007- Ruud Van Nistlerooy holding up Gonzalo Higuain's jersey- And morePart Two (Ray Hudson, Kiyan Sobhani)- Ray's polarizing commentary- Iconic commentary moments- Ronaldinho's bicycle against Villarreal- Iker Casillas's passion- What are the Real Madrid changes this summer?- Should Zinedine Zidane have total control?- Toni Kroos extension- Comparing the transfer strategies of Real Madrid, Liverpool, Manchester City- Rewinding the mood to September- The unpredictability of football- And moreDid you enjoy this podcast? Please consider supporting us through Patreon: Patreon.com/ManagingMadrid Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 15mins

1 Jun 2019

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Presentation for Ray Hudson presents Fact and Fable in a Novel about the Aleutian Islands, Ivory and Paper

Alaska Authors and Themes

This presentation accompanies the audio podcast for Ray Hudson presents Fact and Fable in a Novel about the Aleutian Islands. At the event, Ray Hudson discusses how he blended facts with fiction as he wrote this book set in the Aleutian Islands. Photos shown are from the Alaska Volcano Observatory. (Note, the audio podcast of the event is also posted in iTunes.) Ray Hudson lived in Unalaska from 1964-1992 where he taught various subjects in the public school and coordinated the Indian Education Program. In 2017, the Alaska Historical Society presented him the Evangeline Atwood Award for Excellence for significant long-term contributions to the history of the Aleutians. Joining Ray Hudson is Rachel Mason, Senior Cultural Anthropologist at the National Park Service, Alaska Region and editor of Nick Golodoff’s memoir, Attu Boy. Together, Ray Hudson and Rachel Mason wrote The Lost Villages of the Eastern Aleutians that documented the history of three Unangax^ villages left behind in the evacuations and dislocations of World War II (NPS, 2014) This unique literary event opens up a world of oral history, creative writing, environmental and anthropological study.

22 May 2018

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Ray Hudson presents Fact and Fable in a Novel about the Aleutians called Ivory and Paper

Alaska Authors and Themes

At this event, Ray Hudson reads selections from his novel, Ivory and Paper: Adventures In and Out of Time, published by University of Alaska Press. In addition, he discusses how he blended facts with fiction as he wrote this book set in the Aleutian Islands. (Note, the presentation that accompanies the event audio podcast is also posted in iTunes. Photos shown are from the Alaska Volcano Observatory.) Ray Hudson lived in Unalaska from 1964-1992 where he taught various subjects in the public school and coordinated the Indian Education Program. In 2017, the Alaska Historical Society presented him the Evangeline Atwood Award for Excellence for significant long-term contributions to the history of the Aleutians. Joining Ray Hudson is Rachel Mason, Senior Cultural Anthropologist at the National Park Service, Alaska Region and editor of Nick Golodoff’s memoir, Attu Boy. Together, Ray Hudson and Rachel Mason wrote The Lost Villages of the Eastern Aleutians that documented the history of three Unangax^ villages left behind in the evacuations and dislocations of World War II (NPS, 2014) This unique literary event opens up a world of oral history, creative writing, environmental and anthropological study.

1hr 11mins

22 May 2018

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