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The Appeal Dr. Richard Williams "They Stole It But You Must Return It"

ON THE WAKE UP RADIO

@onthewakeupradioPresents The AppealEvery Thursday 10-11pm EST Check time zones@theozlife @robertgwilliamsSpecial Guest Author: Dr. Richard M. WilliamsBook: They Stole It But You Must Return It (HEMA Publishing)Published Mar. 11, 2010Purchase The Book Here:https://www.amazon.com/They-Stole-But-Must-Return/dp/0938805010#theappeal #walkersappeal#heavilyflawedindividual#onthewakeupradiolisten https://radio.securenetsystems.net/v5...https://onthewakeupradio.com/Sign Uphttps://www.otwtube.comDonate https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/onthe...https://cash.app/$onthewakeupradio

1hr 16mins

27 Aug 2021

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Rock's Backpages Ep. 108: Richard Williams on Laura Nyro + Beach Boys audio interviews

Pantheon - The Music Podcast Network

In this episode — the first we've recorded in our London office for over 18 pandemic months — we persuaded long-time RBP contributor Richard Williams (far left) to make his second appearance on "the show", principally so we could pick his brains on two of his favourite musical subjects. We start with a conversation about Laura Nyro, of whom both he and co-host Barney are besotted devotees (fellow co-hosts Mark & Martin can't get past the voice), then move on to the Beach Boys of 1970's Sunflower & 1971's Surf's Up. Richard is particularly fascinating on the role on the latter masterpiece of manager/co-writer Jack Rieley... and at least Martin likes the Beach Boys!The BBs discussion provides the perfect cue for three clips from the week's new audio interviews: John Tobler's conversations with Mike Love (1976) & Bruce Johnston (1980), both of which prompt further thoughts on the quintessential California band & the doomed "Brian Wilson Is Back!" campaigns of the mid-'70s. We then segue into the work of a quintessential California writer, Deanne Stillman, and her featured RBP pieces about Surf culture & Tom Wolfe's 1965 Phil Spector profile "The Tycoon of Teen".After paying our respects to Texan country-folk icon Nanci Griffith – with quotes from interviews conducted with her in 1988 & 2012 — Mark talks us through his favourite new additions to the RBP library, including interviews with John Lennon, Sid Vicious & Nancy Spungen & Madonna producer Pat Leonard, while Barney rounds things off with remarks on a 2007 interview with Raymond "Gilbert" O'Sullivan.Many thanks to special guest Richard Williams; find his blog at thebluemoment.com.The Rock's Backpages podcast is proud to be part of the Pantheon podcast network.Pieces discussed: Laura Nyro by Richard Williams, Laura Nyro by Ian MacDonald, Laura Nyro by Rob Steen, Mike Love audio, Bruce Johnston audio, Surf culture, Phil Spector, Nanci Griffith by Adam Sweeting, Nanci Griffith by David Burke, Paper Lace, Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen, Bow Wow Wow, Pat Leonard, Sandy Bull, Hair, John Lennon, Buck Owens and Gilbert O'Sullivan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 15mins

24 Aug 2021

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E108: Richard Williams on Laura Nyro + Beach Boys audio interviews

Rock's Backpages

In this episode — the first we've recorded in our London office for over 18 pandemic months — we persuaded long-time RBP contributor Richard Williams (far left) to make his second appearance on "the show", principally so we could pick his brains on two of his favourite musical subjects. We start with a conversation about Laura Nyro, of whom both he and co-host Barney are besotted devotees (fellow co-hosts Mark & Martin can't get past the voice), then move on to the Beach Boys of 1970's Sunflower & 1971's Surf's Up. Richard is particularly fascinating on the role on the latter masterpiece of manager/co-writer Jack Rieley... and at least Martin likes the Beach Boys!The BBs discussion provides the perfect cue for three clips from the week's new audio interviews: John Tobler's conversations with Mike Love (1976) & Bruce Johnston (1980), both of which prompt further thoughts on the quintessential California band & the doomed "Brian Wilson Is Back!" campaigns of the mid-'70s. We then segue into the work of a quintessential California writer, Deanne Stillman, and her featured RBP pieces about Surf culture & Tom Wolfe's 1965 Phil Spector profile "The Tycoon of Teen".After paying our respects to Texan country-folk icon Nanci Griffith – with quotes from interviews conducted with her in 1988 & 2012 — Mark talks us through his favourite new additions to the RBP library, including interviews with John Lennon, Sid Vicious & Nancy Spungen & Madonna producer Pat Leonard, while Barney rounds things off with remarks on a 2007 interview with Raymond "Gilbert" O'Sullivan.Many thanks to special guest Richard Williams; find his blog at thebluemoment.com.The Rock's Backpages podcast is proud to be part of the Pantheon podcast network.Pieces discussed: Laura Nyro by Richard Williams, Laura Nyro by Ian MacDonald, Laura Nyro by Rob Steen, Mike Love audio, Bruce Johnston audio, Surf culture, Phil Spector, Nanci Griffith by Adam Sweeting, Nanci Griffith by David Burke, Paper Lace, Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen, Bow Wow Wow, Pat Leonard, Sandy Bull, Hair, John Lennon, Buck Owens and Gilbert O'Sullivan.

1hr 14mins

23 Aug 2021

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The Screen Industries with Richard Williams

ScreenWorks Podcast

We're joined in our first episode by Richard Williams, CEO of Northern Ireland Screen.Richard talks to us about the current state of Northern Ireland's screen industries, how it's grown, and how he sees it developing in future.www.northernirelandscreen.co.uk

35mins

22 Jul 2021

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Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan: Richard Williams

Pantheon - The Music Podcast Network

Journalist Richard Williams joins us to talk Dylan and to surf “the waves of his career”, from Freewheelin’ (“one revelation after another”) to Murder Most Foul (“I was astonished by it. The level of detail. It’s like a John Coltrane quartet.”). Richard reminds us of “one of the great things I learned from Dylan: if you don’t understand something, that doesn’t invalidate it”.Our discussion includes generally unloved albums like Knocked Out Loaded (“Brownsville Girl contains the best single line of phrasing in Dylan’s entire canon”) and Down In The Groove (“we all lose our way a bit but the last three tracks are really very good”). Since writing his 1991 Bob Dylan book, A Man Called Alias, Richard has remained a true believer. “His phrasing has always been astonishing. Like that list of flowers he recites on Theme Time Radio Hour. He reads a seed catalogue and makes it sound like Visions of Johanna”. Prepare for the concise and clear musings of one of the best Bob brains out there in this ‘lectric episode.Richard Williams is a music and sports journalist. He was a writer, then deputy editor, at the weekly music newspaper Melody Maker, where he became an influential commentator on the rise of rock music in the 1960s. From 1970, he contributed to the Times. He left journalism to join Island Records’ A & R department, becoming department head. He was the first presenter of the BBC2 rock show The Old Grey Whistle Test and later became editor of the London listings guide Time Out and then Melody Maker. He also worked at the Sunday Times and the Independent On Sunday. Richard’s music journalism has been gathered in the volume Long Distance Call: Writings On Music. He has written biographies of Dylan, Miles Davis (The Man In The Green Shirt) and Phil Spector (Out Of His Head). Williams is also the former chief sports writer of the Guardian (he has written several books on Formula One). His comments about music and film, photography and art are published in his blog, The Blue Moment.Bob Dylan: Where to start in his back catalogue (The Guardian)2021/2020 selected blog pieces:When the Supremes met Jimmy WebbBob Dylan in SurbitonThe Band at the Albert HallBob Dylan and Barbara AllenTrailerTwitterSpotify playlistListeners: please subscribe and/or leave a review and a rating.Twitter @isitrollingpodRecorded 16th March 2021This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

49mins

14 Jun 2021

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Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan

Journalist Richard Williams joins us to talk Dylan and to surf “the waves of his career”, from Freewheelin’ (“one revelation after another”) to Murder Most Foul (“I was astonished by it. The level of detail. It’s like a John Coltrane quartet.”). Richard reminds us of “one of the great things I learned from Dylan: if you don’t understand something, that doesn’t invalidate it”.Our discussion includes generally unloved albums like Knocked Out Loaded (“Brownsville Girl contains the best single line of phrasing in Dylan’s entire canon”) and Down In The Groove (“we all lose our way a bit but the last three tracks are really very good”). Since writing his 1991 Bob Dylan book, A Man Called Alias, Richard has remained a true believer. “His phrasing has always been astonishing. Like that list of flowers he recites on Theme Time Radio Hour. He reads a seed catalogue and makes it sound like Visions of Johanna”. Prepare for the concise and clear musings of one of the best Bob brains out there in this ‘lectric episode.Richard Williams is a music and sports journalist. He was a writer, then deputy editor, at the weekly music newspaper Melody Maker, where he became an influential commentator on the rise of rock music in the 1960s. From 1970, he contributed to the Times. He left journalism to join Island Records’ A & R department, becoming department head. He was the first presenter of the BBC2 rock show The Old Grey Whistle Test and later became editor of the London listings guide Time Out and then Melody Maker. He also worked at the Sunday Times and the Independent On Sunday. Richard’s music journalism has been gathered in the volume Long Distance Call: Writings On Music. He has written biographies of Dylan, Miles Davis (The Man In The Green Shirt) and Phil Spector (Out Of His Head). Williams is also the former chief sports writer of the Guardian (he has written several books on Formula One). His comments about music and film, photography and art are published in his blog, The Blue Moment.Bob Dylan: Where to start in his back catalogue (The Guardian)2021/2020 selected blog pieces:When the Supremes met Jimmy WebbBob Dylan in SurbitonThe Band at the Albert HallBob Dylan and Barbara AllenTrailerTwitterSpotify playlistListeners: please subscribe and/or leave a review and a rating.Twitter @isitrollingpodRecorded 16th March 2021This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts

49mins

13 Jun 2021

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Episode 15. Richard Williams: The Sanctuary on Sea

Standing with Refugees

Help Refugee Support Europe We rely on donations for everything we do and need your help, however small. The Sanctuary organisation is a national volunteer movement devoted to offering a welcome and safety for people fleeing violence and persecution. In Brighton, that is the very active Sanctuary on Sea, chaired by Richard Williams, where they: – Focus on creating welcoming environments in school – Find accommodation for refugees coming under the Syrian vulnerable persons scheme – Support other refugee-related organisations in Brighton – Organise meetings and cultural events, especially as part of Refugee Week from 18-24 June this year This is valuable work and another example of the many grass-roots solidarity in local communities across the UK. But the country could do more and small things can make a difference. We talk about that and some of the changes that Richard has seen over the 20 years he has been working with refugees, not least in the rise of the costly ‘refugee industry’. How about instead of spending all those billions keeping people out, we invest in these grass-roots initiatives to welcome people in?

28mins

28 May 2021

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Interview with Richard Williams

Faith Fight Podcast

Richard Williams serves as a Youth Pastor, Lead Evangelism Pastor, Choir Member and Co- Chair of the Chayil Mentorship program at Kingdom Covenant Centre in Mississauga and UFT Med School Mentorship program Mentor. Richard is an experienced Sales Leader in the Canadian Pharmaceutical marketplace. He is a humble person who has seen and experienced supernatural miracles in his everyday walk. He is a proud father and husband to wife of 13 years and father to a beautiful 12 year old daughter. If you want to make the choice to follow Jesus then pray the Salvation Prayer by clicking here. If you need help finding a local church, then click here to email me.  me@chriscreary.com You can follow Richard Williams on Social Media here: Facebook Instagram You can listen to any archived episodes by clicking here. If this episode blessed you then subscribe to the podcast for more encouraging episodes weekly. START YOUR OWN PODCAST! If you have a desire and passion to start your own podcast, I want to help you do it THIS YEAR.  You can download my Podcast Quick Start Guide by clicking here.  This will help you get your message out so that it can bless MANY!! Be Blessed!! Some music in this episode was produced by: https://www.bensound.com

46mins

19 Apr 2021

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2 Timothy 4 - Pastor Richard Williams

Calvary Chapel of Rochester

To view the video of this teaching please click here.

53mins

18 Apr 2021

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Ep 80 | Own it. Richard Williams from Austin Fraser.

The Lonely Marketer

Austin Fraser are one of the few recruitment businesses that have adopted a 'RevOps' function. We are joined by their Head of Marketing, Richard Williams to discuss how marketing fits into this structure. Also, as a multi-brand and multi-location business, we tackle the age-old conundrum of balancing time and resources whilst delivering results. Richard's approach and outlook to marketing is one that we can learn a lot from. Balancing process and creativity, blending purpose and data to achieve results is a blueprint as to what a future marketing function in recruitment could look like. Thank you to Paiger for their continued support of the podcast and the entire Lonely Marketers community.

44mins

12 Apr 2021

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