Picturing community project showcases long term care residents, Nancy Pearson picks up garbage and helps develop Eyesea app, Mark Lane discusses changes for aquaculture in N.L., Blair Bursey recaps golf tournament and looks forward to future.
CBC Newfoundland Morning
(1:08) A photography project from Grenfell's art school showcases long term care residents, (7:12) Nancy Pearson picks up garbage from beaches and helps develop Eyesea app, (18:23) Mark Lane discusses changes on the horizon for aquaculture in N.L., (25:22) Blair Bursey recaps Blainville QC golf tournament and looks forward to the future.
Gardening changed my life – I call it my green pill, says Mark Lane
The Dirt: the gardening podcast from Grow Your Own magazine
For the final episode of series 4, we’re finishing with a bang! TV expert and garden designer Mark Lane joins us to tell us all about his beautiful Kent garden and fruit orchard. Plus he shares some quick and easy ways to give your outdoor space a makeover in time for summer. 🥕 Don’t miss our special offer exclusively for listeners of The Dirt – you can get seven issues of Grow Your Own magazine for just £29.99 (that’s £11.94 off!) by calling 0800 904 7000 and quoting ‘GPOD7’, or visiting http://www.growfruitandveg.co.uk/gpod7 – where you’ll also find the full terms and conditions. 🎙️ Could you be a future guest star of The Dirt? If you have some funny garden fails or easy growing hacks get in touch on email@example.com, or say hello on social media! ⓣ Twitter https://twitter.com/gyomag ⓕ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/growyourownmag ⓘ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/growyourownmag
Mark Lane, BBC Gardeners’ World first presenter in a wheelchair looks back at how a car accident changed his life, forcing him into using a wheelchair. He reveals how he has overcome the difficulties this has given him, and finds ways to adapt gardening techniques and tools so he can keep on doing what he loves. He shares what he’s learned about gardening with a disability and the practical solutions that have enabled him to create not only a lovely garden but also a thriving career.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Eagles Enemies Episode 51 (S3E8): Dallas Cowboys With Mark Lane
Underground Sports Philadelphia
Kyle is BACK and the Philadelphia Eagles, following a win over the Giants and ten days off, face off against the Dallas Cowboys in prime time under the Sunday Night lights. KB is joined by WFAA Sports' Mark Lane to discuss the turmoil in Dallas, the struggling Cowboys defense, everyone's favorite JMU Italian QB, & how the Eagles SHOULD come away with a convincing victory and we all should have an excellent Victory Monday. GO BIRDS!Follow Us!Twitter: @UndergroundPHIKyle: @KBizzl311Mark: @therealmarklaneWebsite: undergroundsportsphiladelphia.comWatch LIVE:FB: facebook.com/UndergroundSportsPHITwitch: twitch.tv/undergroundsportsPHIInstagram:@undergroundphiMerch & Apparel: NEW MERCH STORE COMING SOON!tomahawkshades.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 25% off at checkout!manscaped.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 20% off AND free shippingIntro Music:Arkells "Eyes On The Prize"Outro Music:Arkells "Eyes On The Prize"
Belmont Banter Ep6: Mark Lane. Whitstable Town Football Club
July 27 2020 Belmont Banter (episode 6) The Official podcast of Whitstable Town F.C. Today’s guest is Mark Lane ex Whitstable Town manager, goal keeper and present assistant manager alongside First Team Manager Lloyd Blackman who he rates as a really good manager for Whitstable Town. Mark originally lived in Manchester where his early love of sport, in particular football developed into his career, then after leaving University at eighteen he spent two years coaching in America. Upon his return to the UK he secured a good job down in Kent where he eventually settled, combining his coaching with playing Sunday football when he was approached on the A2… by John Roseman manager of Sheppey to join the club, (John Roseman also managed Whitstable). It was as the goalkeeper for Sheppey that Mark won the Kent League at a time when the league numbered 24 or 25 Kent sides. A knee injury curtailed his playing career and from then on, apart from the odd time helping out between the sticks he concentrated fully on work and on coaching. He mentions recent Whitstable Town player Shaun Welford as one who he would always have in his side, naming Dave Powel from his early Sheppey days as the best player he ever played with, before going on to mention that he could easily name a pretty good eleven from all the ones he’d played with over the years. Admits that he feels comfortable at Whitstable Town having been around the club as player, coach and manager for a number of years. In 2010 he stepped in as manager and won the last four matches saving the club from relegation that season. Rated Mark Mundey as a really good manager but says things did not work out for him during his time in charge. How he had a great working relationship with managers Marc Seager and the recently departed Scott Porter, he speaks about hoe he loves working with the younger players and the different characters and banter in the dressing room and much, much more. New Episodes every Monday… with extra episodes added during the season…
In this episode we do a deep dive with Mark Lane, a film producer from London, England. Mark has produced a variety of movies including hits such as 47 meters Down, 47 meters Down Uncaged, Final Score, Green Street Hooligans, Cockneys vs Zombies, and many more. Mark tells us the story of how he got to where he is now. From falling in love with art and pursuing it in college, to becoming a movie producer, Mark's story is real and enticing. This is a long format podcast, listen to it in parts, or binge the whole thing. Check out Tea Shop Productions at Check out SNAAK BAR: https://snaakbar.com/ Use coupon code: ttales20 for a 20% discount from SNAAK BAR For financing questions and information contact: https://open.spotify.com/show/4aUfAFwXh3jE0cAA2dSspk For the video Version of the podcast check out our YouTube channel: Terrestrial Tales