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Mary Berry

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Episode 7 - Mary Berry's Project X

Bongo Boys

The boys get very philosophical this week and really examine who our true self is. Also we talk about Paul Hollywood on ket.

52mins

26 Apr 2021

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S3E6: Cathryn Can't Serve Mary Berry Bits of Green Carpet

The Rough Puffs

Kim and andrea recap Great British Bake Off Series 3 Episode 6, which features a two-pudding signature, a Queen of Puddings technical challenge, and a strudel showstopper. John crosses the food processor and lives to tell the tale, James’s strudel is as moist as a Canadian band from the ’90s, and Danny’s delicious-looking showstopper features leek, potato, pistachio and gruyère. Join andrea as they make sticky toffee pudding and try to convince Kim that even though it seems like a fancy bran muffin in sauce, it’s actually quite tasty! Our Twitter followers decided on this bake. Vote in the next poll @roughpuffs! Or follow us on our prettier, less democratic Instagram @theroughpuffs. 

59mins

23 Apr 2021

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21. Mary Berry's Penalty Save

EFL Three's A Crowd Football Podcast

Intro 0:00 Championship 0:52  League 1 24:03  League 2 43:46  Quiz 51:37  Goal of the Week 1:01:14  High Risk, High Reward 1:06:54  Outtakes 1:09:35In this week's Three's A Crowd Pod: Mary Berry is the best goalkeeper in the Championship; Betting starts on who's throwing headbutts at The Stadium of Light; And when Troy Deeney penalties go wrong...Keep up to date with the show and giveaways on our twitter, at https://twitter.com/threesacrowdpod Email your most ridiculous questions or 'High Risk High Reward' guesses to:  ThreesACrowdPod@Outlook.com

1hr 10mins

4 Apr 2021

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4. Mary Berry Judges You

Dachi Life

This time we're chatting about comfort watching - which TV shows comfort us, why we find them so soothing, and our very different TV preferences and habits. Got comments or questions? Email us at dachilife.pod@gmail.comMusic:Faithful Mission by Artificial.Music https://soundcloud.com/artificial-musicCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download: http://bit.ly/-faithful-missionMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/-738ly_V3RQ

48mins

3 Apr 2021

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Lustiges Interview - Betty Spaghetti & Mary Berry

Lustiges Interview - Mary Berry & Betty Spaghetti

Interprätiert von Mary Berry (14 Jahre alt/als Interviewerin) & Betty Spaghetti (12 Jahre alt/als "Fotografin")   Viel Spaß beim hören! Grüße, Mary Berry & Betty Spaghetti

1min

4 Mar 2021

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Mary Berry and Bill McKibben in Conversation

The Schumacher Lectures

Mary Berry is the Executive Director of The Berry Center and a leader in the movement for sustainable agriculture. A well-known advocate for the preservation of rural culture and agriculture, she is currently working to reconnect cities with landscapes around them. Founded in 2011, The Berry Center advocates for small farmers, land conservation, and healthy regional economies by focusing on land use, farm policy, farmer education, urban education about farming, and local food infrastructure. Its goal is to establish within the Commonwealth of Kentucky a national model of urban-rural connectedness.Berry is attempting to restore a culture that has been lost in rural America. She continues the advocacy of her grandfather, father, and uncle for land-conserving communities. When President Obama appointed her to Kentucky’s Farm Service Agency State Board, she took on a public role in an effort to change policy.For 32 years she farmed for a living— first as a dairy farmer, then raising tobacco, and later raising organic vegetables as well as pastured poultry and beef. From 2002 until 2011 she catered events at her winery.She serves on the Board of United Citizens Bank in New Castle, Kentucky, and on the Board of the Schumacher Center for a New Economics in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. She writes for the periodical Edible Louisville and speaks widely as a proponent of small farmers.Bill McKibben is an environmentalist and author who frequently writes about global warming, alternative energy, and the risks associated with human genetic engineering. Awarded the Right Livelihood Prize, sometimes called the Alternative Nobel, in 2014, he is the founder of 350.org, the first planet-wide, grassroots climate-change movement, and is a fellow at the Post-Carbon Institute.As a student at Harvard he was editor and president of the Harvard Crimson newspaper. Immediately after graduation he joined The New Yorker magazine as a staff writer and wrote much of the “Talk of the Town” column from 1982 to 1987.McKibben’s first book, The End of Nature, appeared in 1989 after being serialized in The New Yorker. It is regarded as the first book for a general audience about climate change and has been printed in more than 20 languages; he has gone on to write a dozen more books, among them Deep Economy: The Wealth of Communities and the Durable Future (2007), which addresses what the author sees as shortcomings of the growth economy and envisions as a transition to more local-scale enterprise. McKibben won the Lannan Prize for nonfiction writing in 2000.The Schumann Distinguished Scholar in Environmental Studies at Middlebury College and a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, he was the 2013 winner of the Gandhi Peace Prize and the Thomas Merton Prize. In 2009 Foreign Policy named him to its inaugural list of the world’s 100 most important global thinkers, and Microsoft Network named him one of the dozen most influential men. The Boston Globe said he was “probably America’s most important environmentalist.”
 McKibben writes frequently in a wide variety of publications including the New York Review of Books, National Geographic, and Rolling Stone. He lives with his wife, the writer Sue Halpern,  and his daughter in the mountains above Lake Champlain where he spends as much time as possible outdoors.In 2014, biologists honored him by naming a new species of woodland gnat— Megophthalmidia mckibbeni— in his honor.

1hr 27mins

2 Feb 2021

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Mary Berry and Bill McKibben in Conversation

The Lindisfarne Tapes

Mary Berry is the Executive Director of The Berry Center and a leader in the movement for sustainable agriculture. A well-known advocate for the preservation of rural culture and agriculture, she is currently working to reconnect cities with landscapes around them. Founded in 2011, The Berry Center advocates for small farmers, land conservation, and healthy regional economies by focusing on land use, farm policy, farmer education, urban education about farming, and local food infrastructure. Its goal is to establish within the Commonwealth of Kentucky a national model of urban-rural connectedness.Berry is attempting to restore a culture that has been lost in rural America. She continues the advocacy of her grandfather, father, and uncle for land-conserving communities. When President Obama appointed her to Kentucky’s Farm Service Agency State Board, she took on a public role in an effort to change policy.For 32 years she farmed for a living— first as a dairy farmer, then raising tobacco, and later raising organic vegetables as well as pastured poultry and beef. From 2002 until 2011 she catered events at her winery.She serves on the Board of United Citizens Bank in New Castle, Kentucky, and on the Board of the Schumacher Center for a New Economics in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. She writes for the periodical Edible Louisville and speaks widely as a proponent of small farmers.Bill McKibben is an environmentalist and author who frequently writes about global warming, alternative energy, and the risks associated with human genetic engineering. Awarded the Right Livelihood Prize, sometimes called the Alternative Nobel, in 2014, he is the founder of 350.org, the first planet-wide, grassroots climate-change movement, and is a fellow at the Post-Carbon Institute.As a student at Harvard he was editor and president of the Harvard Crimson newspaper. Immediately after graduation he joined The New Yorker magazine as a staff writer and wrote much of the “Talk of the Town” column from 1982 to 1987.McKibben’s first book, The End of Nature, appeared in 1989 after being serialized in The New Yorker. It is regarded as the first book for a general audience about climate change and has been printed in more than 20 languages; he has gone on to write a dozen more books, among them Deep Economy: The Wealth of Communities and the Durable Future (2007), which addresses what the author sees as shortcomings of the growth economy and envisions as a transition to more local-scale enterprise. McKibben won the Lannan Prize for nonfiction writing in 2000.The Schumann Distinguished Scholar in Environmental Studies at Middlebury College and a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, he was the 2013 winner of the Gandhi Peace Prize and the Thomas Merton Prize. In 2009 Foreign Policy named him to its inaugural list of the world’s 100 most important global thinkers, and Microsoft Network named him one of the dozen most influential men. The Boston Globe said he was “probably America’s most important environmentalist.”
 McKibben writes frequently in a wide variety of publications including the New York Review of Books, National Geographic, and Rolling Stone. He lives with his wife, the writer Sue Halpern,  and his daughter in the mountains above Lake Champlain where he spends as much time as possible outdoors.In 2014, biologists honored him by naming a new species of woodland gnat— Megophthalmidia mckibbeni— in his honor.

1hr 27mins

11 Nov 2020

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Fireworks, election, toasties, Mary Berry makes. Ep 153

Two Voices Radio Podcast

Back after our week off, we discuss incessant fireworks. We discuss the dreadful presidential election. Plus... is it cheese toasties or toasted sandwiches? We discuss our narrowboat break... and Andy asks... what's Mary Berry making? Tell us about products unique to your area. 2voicesradio@gmail.com

50mins

8 Nov 2020

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Carrying on Agrarian Culture with Mary Berry

Back to the Roots Podcast

Mary Berry is the Executive Director and Founder of the Berry Center and daughter of Wendell Berry. She joins us to discuss the mission of the Berry Center, history of agriculture in Kentucky and what we can learn from that history to support rural communities into the future. https://berrycenter.org/

55mins

2 Nov 2020

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Say Hello Episode 5 : Dame Mary Berry

Say Hello!

In this episode of Say Hello! the boys talk Micro hopes, the great British baking show, dame Mary berry, Netflix shows, Disney’s magic kingdom ride splash mountain, misheard lyrics, the inevitable comparison of the adventure zone (balance) arc to the Harry Potter arc, and Griffin McElroy. Chris shares a big kid/deep end of the pool/confession about conversion therapy, JMJ discuses recent events in America , a call to vote (proudly) for Biden, and how to hang with them on Instagram, Twitter and Twitch! https://www.flow.page/microhopes--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

58mins

13 Oct 2020

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