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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for CLARE STEWART. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about CLARE STEWART, often where they are interviewed.

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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for CLARE STEWART. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about CLARE STEWART, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 20: "Dare to fail! What matters most is that you had a go, and you tried your best". Clare Stewart, Mayor of Noosa, Australia is this week's guest

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Today’s guest is Clare Stewart, the recently sworn in, first woman, to become the Mayor of Noosa, in Queensland, Australia. 

In my planning today’s coffee and contemplation episode, curious to hear Clare's story, the thought I had was in relation to a statement we often hear: “Believe in yourself and never give up!” As a life coach, I find that people often can't see how they might apply that, especially when the world is even more topsy-turvy than normal right now. To me, I feel that this is where the value of hearing other people's stories comes into play. 

Clare talks us through her decision to run for Mayor, the hurdles she personally faced in making that choice; how she got through the turmoil of Covid-19 shutdowns, that shook up the usual process of voting, at the most critical time. Also, the importance of having a strong team and support network around her, in her pursuit to do good for her community.

Becoming Mayor in the middle of Covid-19, Clare shares about the first 6 months in her new role and a "pinch me" moment. 

Clare loves to incorporate inspirational quotes in her work, so shared some powerful quotes, that she draws upon when needed. 

Remembering too, we all have strengths and weaknesses, Clare was happy to share some of the things that she's NOT very good at. 

3 of Clare's favourite tunes: Robert Tepper's "There's No Easy Way Out" from Rocky IV; Bruce Springsteen's "The Rising" and Whitney Houston's "One Moment In Time"  


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Sep 16 2020 · 34mins
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The Noosa Tri is off.....Mayor Clare Stewart catches up with Nugget and Al

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Sadly, the Noosa Triathlon is the latest casualty of Covid 19..Mayor Clare says its now all about still using the time to enjoy everything Noosa has to offer....oh, and you can still do a "virtual" triathlon if you wish....
Sep 01 2020 · 5mins

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Noosa Mayor Clare Stewart catches up with Nugget and Al

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Its our fortnightly catch-up with Noosa Mayor, Clare Stewart..this week its "Mingling with the Mayor" and we asked Clare to name her most underrated band
Aug 19 2020 · 5mins
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Episode 79 – Dr. Clare Stewart – Meetings & Team Huddles

Mar 31 2020 ·

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Ep. 13: Clare Stewart from Apollo5

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The new album from the international, award-winning British vocal ensemble Apollo5 is released today! Here's an interview with Clare Stewart from the quintet, in which we discuss the album, Apollo5's extensive educational and outreach work, Clare's insights as a singer, and into the rehearsal and performance process of a world-class a capella vocal group.

Special thanks to: George Percy at WildKat PR for arranging and coming to the interview, and Clare for talking to me!

Published on 31 May 2019. Interview recorded on 13 May 2019 at the Gresham Centre, St Anne and St Agnes Church, London.

The British vocal ensemble Apollo5 delights audiences with versatile and engaging performances, singing repertoire ranging from renaissance, classical and contemporary choral music to folk, jazz and pop. Frequently performing at the Gresham Centre, their home in London, they have also sung in London at the Royal Albert Hall, Kings Place (for the London A Cappella Festival), the Barbican, the Houses of Parliament and Wembley Arena. Over the last two years they have given performances in Italy, Germany, France, Holland, Poland, Estonia and the USA. This season they return to the USA as well as sing frequently in the UK, Germany and France.

Apollo5 is part of the VCM Foundation, and leads its innovative education programme aiming to inspire creativity through music. Working alongside vocal ensemble VOCES8 and Paul Smith the programme reaches 40,000 young people annually across the world.

Apollo5 has released albums with VCM Records, including their latest release “O Radiant Dawn”, released in May 2019. The Spirit Like a Dove”, is a recital of music by Josquin des Prez performed with the Ingenium Ensemble; “With a Song in my Heart” is an album of folk, jazz and pop; “Journey” on the Edition Peters Sounds label features the group with former King’s Singer Paul Phoenix.

May 31 2019 · 31mins
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BFI NETWORK: Programming Festivals: Clare Stewart - BFI

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The 61st BFI London Film Festival 2017 is here! Back in February we spoke to the festival's director Clare Stewart on growing such a world renowned festival. Produced by: Marie Horner Music by: Rory Dempsey : https://soundcloud.com/rorydempsey

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Oct 03 2017 · 20mins
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9. Clare Stewart: BFI Head of Festivals

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From growing up in a small town without a cinema to dancing on stage with Ryan Gosling at the London Film Festival, Clare Stewart shares her story of success and love for world cinema as she struggles to whittle down her top three favourite films.

Featured films:

Beau Travail (1999, Claire Denis)

Days Of Being Wild (1990, Wong Kar-wai)

A Separation (2011, Asghar Farhadi)

Thanks to @clarestewartbfi

Keep up to date with the BFI’s latest festival news: http://bit.ly/1WlQTWt

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Mar 15 2017 · 30mins
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1.3 Reinventing the Film Festival

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“I get very annoyed by festival directors who say you don’t have to take diversity into consideration … nothing is going to change unless you are there making it change!” Clare Stewart.

British Film Institute London Film Festival www.bfi.org.uk/lff(BFI LFF) Director Clare Stewart (@clarestewartBFI) discusses diversity, new audiences and the role of festivals in 2017.

In this episode you will discover:
how Clare consciously focused her career in order to become a lynchpin in the festival and curatorial space
how the BFI London Film Festival (BFI LFF) is incorporating VR in its programming
how and why Clare radically restructured the BFI LFF programme and the results of these changes
what BFI LFF is doing to address diversity in the industry
strategies to bring in younger audiences to the film space

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Mar 08 2017 · 39mins
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BFI London Film Festival featuring Festival Director Clare Stewart

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Leo met Clare Stewart and found out about her journey from living in a small town in Australia with no cinema to being Festival Director at the BFI London Film Festival. Clare also explains how the festival is curated, and how attention is paid to addressing the lack of diversity in film- with this year's LFF shining a spotlight on directors from minority ethnicity backgrounds. Leo, Clare and Emma all talk about films that shaped their love of film, as well as sharing some celebrations of the week. And a bonus Bechdel quiz!  

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Oct 11 2016 · 34mins
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Episode 39: My Scientology Movie (with Louis Theroux and LFF Director Clare Stewart)

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We're thrilled to welcome documentarian Louis Theroux on to our podcast this week, to talk about his new film 'My Scientology Movie', plus London Film Festival director Clare Stewart tells us all about this year's festival. Two interviews, plus a comprehensive review of 'My Scientology Movie', this is a real bumper episode of the Curzon Film Podcast. Discussing the film are Sam Howlett, Helen Seymour and Jake Cunningham Produced and edited by Jake Cunningham Studio services by CSRFM.com Music supplied by incompetech.com

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Oct 07 2016 · 59mins