S2 Episode 7- George Lee on Orchestral Management and Artist Development
Performative- An arts podcast
This week we spoke to George Lee about his time as Concerts Cooordinator and then Stage Manager for the London Symphony Orchestra and his new role as Programme Manager for the Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme.Each episode we speak to a different person from the creative arts to find out about their work and thoughts on our industry.Contact the pod: firstname.lastname@example.org
SERIAL KILLER: Bruce George Lee (The 12 Year Old Arsonist)
Text Me When You Get Home
This week Sophie take us back to Hull in the 1970's to tell us about Bruce George Lee, an arsonist whose pyromaniac tendencies led to the deaths of at least 15 people, including men, women and children.Born the son of a sex worker, his mother would routinely call her son a 'freak' due to his epileptic fits and his deformed right arm, he was raised in various care homes. At the age of just nine years old, he committed his first crime of renown. He caused a fire at a shopping centre that caused £17,000 worth of damage. (That's nearly £250,000 in today's money!) He would go on to commit a total of 30 fires, but most of these were initially ruled as accidents until a fire on Selby Street, where whilst being interviewed by police about this case, he confessed to starting that fire and many others.You can find us on: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/textmepod/ and Twitter - https://twitter.com/TextMePod and Discord - https://discord.gg/qNhWuHYW
85: Soaring With Prince Charles: An Interview with George Lee Triple Gliding World Champion
Soaring the sky a glider pilot's Podcast
Honored to have Triple Gliding World Champion George Lee MBE with us on the podcast today. George was Born in Dublin in 1945. Joined the Royal Air Force in 1962 as a technical apprentice. He then Became a pilot and flew primarily the F4 Phantom. He Joined CathayPacific Airways in 1984 where he flew 747s for fifteen years before retiring to Australia.George Started gliding in 1963, became an instructor and gained all three diamonds.Started contest flying in 1970, and flew in five World Championships (all Open Class),winning the first three (Finland, France and Germany), being the first person inhistory to win three consecutive world titles. He also Flew in the Smirnoff Derby in 1977,and flew in two Hitachi Masters in Arizona and Florida). George Instructed Prince Charlesfor his first and only flights in a glider. Received numerous awards, including theLilienthal Medal, the Royal Aero Club Gold Medal, the Britannia Trophy and theAir League Founders Medal.George Ran advanced coaching courses for primarily experienced junior pilots inAustralia, the students coming from Australia, the UK, the USA, Austria and SouthAfrica. All this and more as we hear his amazing soaring journey. (47:23) Dale Masters, author and glider pilot brings us another Soaring Tale and this one is called "Ballad From Button Bay" (50:22) Glider Pilot, Powered Pilot and YouTuber Pilot Bambi for our Soaring Safety Segment. (52:18) To finish up the episode we head to sunny Florida for our Tips & technics segment to talk to Bruce Patton. All this and more now on Soaring The Sky. https://holdfasttodreams.com/ www.patreon.com/soaringthesky www.soaringthesky.com email@example.com
This week, speaker, facilitator and a self proclaimed 'Edutainer,' George Lee joins Brandon Kyle Goodman on the show. They discuss their favorite black authors, the impact of black male educators in the classroom and the nuances of cancel culture. Plus, George’s adorable son can be heard in the background and blesses us with the cutest cameo ever. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
George Lee teases some non-conference games slated for the Jack this year and also comments of the possibility of single-game tickets being sold this year. He explains some of the new seating policies for basketball games this upcoming season and the excitement surrounding the Trojans getting the Jumpman brand. The Little Rock Director of Athletics also discusses an extension of the Governor’s I-40 Showdown series and hints at some exciting baseball series coming this spring for Chris Curry’s squad. Lee provides an update on Trojan and Sun Belt competition this fall, how the department has had to adjust to larger-than-expected crowds at the Jack for volleyball matches and on the men’s golf team teeing off at Chenal Country Club in their annual home tournament.
Aaron, George, and Alton are all fresh out of college and officially lost as they search for what to do in these pandemic times. These three pals have known each other since kindergarten and we found out more about them and their relationship. We talk...