"All Things Cage" is a weekly program featuring conversations between Laura Kuhn, Director of the John Cage Trust, and Cage experts and enthusiasts from around the world. If youd like to propose a guest or a topic for a future program, write directly to Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org.
John Kelly is The New Marky Mark | Distracted with Tex Keith | Ep. 3
Distracted with Tex Keith
Welcome to Distracted! A video podcast meant to distract you from your day and a good place to come, have a silly goose time, and laugh! In this third episode, Tex Keith and his guest and dad, John Kelly, go over manly things like shopping, talking on the phone for hours, shaving and singing! Make sure to follow us on TikTok @texandjohnInstagram- @tex.keithand of course, subscribe and like the channel!
Dr John Kelly is an Aspire Fellow in Psychiatry at Tallaght University Hospital and a Psychiatry Lecturer in Trinity College Dublin. He’s a Sub-investigator on the Compass Pathways psilocybin for treatment-resistant depression trials. Psilocybin is a hallucinogenic substance people ingest from certain types of mushroom that are more commonly known as magic mushrooms, "shrooms" or "mushies". We discuss:The history of psychedelic research. The history of plant medicines.The psychedelic renaissance.Psilocybin clinical trials, including dosing day granularities. Toxicology.Set and setting. The neuroscience: what happens to the brain under the influence of psychedelics. The experience, some findings and the potential negative effects. The science vs. the mystical. The ineffable aspects of the research. Personal meaning and spiritual significance. Consciousness. The team conducting these trials is as follows: Prof. Veronica O’ Keane (PI), Annie Baker (study coordinator), Lisa Burke (psychotherapist) Christine Brennan (psychotherapist).A special thank you to anyone participating in these trials. These citizen scientists should be applauded. Show NotesIf you like the show, try subscribing to That's Mental, our weekly newsletter.Join the conversation on Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | YouTubeMuch deeper Show Notes for anyone looking to learn more. There's lots of cool stuff in this one, so if you want to learn about psychedelics, start here.John Kelly on Twitter | Google ScholarIf you are interested in partaking in these trials and match the criterion, John advised to email email@example.com
Welcome to UCL’s Inclusive Innovators podcast, part of the East London Inclusive Enterprise Zone (ELIEZ) ELIEZ is an accessible, specially designed, community for entrepreneurs who are disabled or whose work focuses on accessibility. In this series, listeners will have an opportunity to hear from start-ups, design thinkers, entrepreneurs and partners that are part of the ELIEZ community. Each episode is hosted by Matt Pierri who founded Sociability, an app which helps disabled people find accessible spacesIn this episode, we speak with John Kelly is a professional vocalist, musician, performer and song-writer working in the UK and Internationally with Graeae Theatre Company, Access All Areas and Extraordinary Bodies among others. He is also a qualified facilitator and coach with a long background in youth work and inclusion. John is a National Associate Artist for both Drake Music & Extraordinary Bodies. He also performs regularly for fun with friends in his band Rockinpaddy and is currently recording an album of new work.Transcript: http://bit.ly/2MbWe8UFor more information visit https://www.ucl.ac.uk/inclusive-enterprise-zone/
Four dead after Trump incites riot at U.S. Capitol; Pelosi: Congress may impeach if 25th amendment not invoked; Trump’s former Chief of Staff John Kelly on the Capitol attack; Biden nominates judge Merrick Garland as attorney general; Inside look at what happened at the Capitol; NYT: Trump told aides he wants to pardon himself in final days;
The Lead with Jake Tapper
Pelosi, Schumer, Kinzinger call for removal of Trump using 25th amendment; Trump claims there will be “orderly transition” after he incites mov to storm U.S. Capitol; Sources: Some cabinet members in early talks about invoking 25th amendment; Fmr Trump Chief of Staff Kelly: “Horrified” by assault on U.S. Capitol; Fmr Trump Chief of Staff Kelly: What happened at the Capitol is a result of “letting Trump be Trump; Pelosi calls for resignation of U.S. Capitol Police Chief; Capitol Police Chief: Officers responded “valiantly” in Capitol riot, officers were attacked with metal pipes; Prosecutors announce federal charges in 15 criminal cases related to Capitol riot; As mob stormed the Capitol, U.S. reported record Covid deaths and hospitalizations;To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Starting off the year with something different and light hearted before our 100th episode. I pulled one of my most popular episodes from the Everyday Running Legends podcast. This episode I had the pleasure of interviewing John Kelly, the 15th person to ever complete the infamous Barley marathon before its 60-hour cut-up time. The Barkley Marathons is an ultramarathon trail race held in Frozen Head State Park near Wartburg, Tennessee. The full course is 100 miles (160 km). The race is limited to a 60-hour period. We dive into John's physical and mental training to prepare for such a grueling feat. We talk about his previous failed attempts and how he turned in all around. Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group
Episode 74 is an interview with John Kelly. John made trail running history on April 3, 2017 by becoming the 15th person to ever complete the Barkley Marathons. The Barkley Marathons in Frozen Head State Park, Tennessee is known to the toughest endurance challenge ever with over 160 kilometres of tough terrain, sheer drops and thick forest. He grew up exploring the dense mountains and forests around his family’s rural home in Morgan County, TN, constantly trying to keep up with his older brother and cousins. John ran during high school where he describes himself as a good, not great runner. During college and grad school he took a full decade off from the sport. After grad school he rediscovered his love of the mountains hiking the John Muir Trail with his wife Jessi. john ended up running the 2013 Marine Corps Marathon, calling it an absolute disaster. He decided he could do better, so he got himself a Boston qualifier. As it was some time before he could actually run Boston, he decided to give ultras a go, and then also tried triathlons because he loved cycling too. It was this background in a variety of disciplines that led to John creating the Grand round, which involved running the three most difficult rounds in the UK (The Bob Graham, Paddy Buckley and Charlie Ramsay) and cycling between them.Can I ask you a favour; would you be able to go on over to Apple podcasts to rate, review and subscribe to the podcast? Doing this helps the podcast grow, which is greatly appreciated. Jen1977 gave five stars and said, "I love listening to Isobel whilst out running my local trails, her podcasts have taught me so much. Keep up the great work chick!” Thanks so much Jen, that is really lovely.How is your running going? If you are plagued by niggles and injuries, head to the specialists at Health and High Performance can do so as they utilise the latest in technology, and experience to help you run your best. So, head to www.healthhp.com.au/runOr find them on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/healthhighperformance/I don’t know about you, but I’m really looking forward to getting back to racing. To be ready for when this happens, you need to be working on getting stronger, fitter and faster now. You can do this with a structured and well-planned training program with Peak Endurance Coaching. Email me firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s get your training moving in the right direction.Enjoy the interview with John!
EP 489: How Do you Measure Success with John Kelly
Trail Runner Nation
We met John Kelly in episode 483 after he successfully broke the 31-year FKT on the 268-mile Pennine Way in Scotland earlier this summer. In this episode, John discusses his successful completion of The Grand Round, UK's big three fell running rounds run consecutively (192 miles, 84,000' elevation, 113 summits) AND riding a bike between the trail heads totaling 398 miles. This was John's second attempt at The Grand Round. We discuss why he decided to try again and lessons that he learned. Although most of us will never consider something this grandiose, we do like to set goals that push us to our own personal limits. The lessons that John learned can be transferred to our personal attempts at greatness. Read his adventure account in his own words: Blog Post Please consider donating to John's focused charity, the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust Photo Credit: Max Holloway
Ep 230 - John Kelly on breaking the Pennine Way record (for a whole week)
Bad Boy Running
John Kelly makes BBR history as one of the few guests back for a third time. (Bet that makes all those other records pale into significance...) In this episode, Jody and David chat with John about breaking the decades-old record for running the length of the Pennine Way... only for Damian Hall to break it a week later. There's some great stuff in this interview as John reveals his healthy rivalry/friendship with Damian and what went into this record. John also talks about tackling the other big rounds and what it takes to succeed. Another great episode with a BBR fave. Enjoy! If you enjoyed this episode please SUBSCRIBE to get every episode delivered to you before everyone else. Join the conversation! If you want to request a guest or chat about this episode with like-minded drunk runners then head over to the Bad Boy Running Podcast Facebook group, here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1609232602668375/ To join, just answer three questions either correctly or hilariously and we'll realise you're not a spam robot and add you! Here's how to get involved: Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/badboyrunningpodcast Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/badboyrunning1 You can also follow Jody at @Ultrarunnerjody and David at @DavidHellard Email us at email@example.com Buy merch at the Merch Store at www.badboyrunning.com Lastly, don't forget to subscribe! FYB!