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A podcast celebrating the legendary Goon Show and the Goons themselves - Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan (and Michael Bentine) Each episode host Tyler welcomes a guest to examine an actual Goon Show, a solo Goon project (films, TV, radio, books, albums etc) or practically anything within the Goon universe. We also take talk about comedy in general - whatever direction the conversation takes! Please follow on Twitter @goonshowpod
 
Find out what it takes to start a career in software development, data analytics, data science, or UI/UX design from those who made the leap. Hear from musicians, veterans, single-moms, teachers, bartenders, postdocs, warehouse workers, and more - all graduates of Nashville Software School (NSS) - as they discuss their transition to tech and their capstone projects presented at Demo Day. Founded in 2012, NSS is a flourishing community of over one thousand alumni, active students, and a team ...
 
What are the new business models and opportunities for luxury and retail? Find out during this conversation moderated by Veronika Sonsev of Women Innovate Mobile. You’ll get a take on innovative e-commerce models from fashion insiders Selby Drummond, "Vogue" Accessories Editor; Emily Hickey, Lolly Wolly Doodle; Liza Kindred, Third Wave Fashion; Andrew Mitchell, ZIG Capital; and Chantel Waterbury, Chloe + Isabel. The expert panel will discuss how the fashion and beauty market is growing in ne ...
 
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Like many of us, Eva grew up doing theater. She attended musical theater camp and loved Broadway musicals. While a true passion, Eva chose to pursue a career in politics. She began by working for the Gore campaign during the infamous 2000 presidential election. She then transitioned to journalism, spending five years with ABC News as an Assignment Editor and Coordinating Producer, where she covered 9/11, the Iraq War, the 2004 Presidential Election, the death of Pope John Paul II, amongst ot ...
 
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Episode one hundred and fifty-eight of A History of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs looks at “White Rabbit”, Jefferson Airplane, and the rise of the San Francisco sound. Click the full post to read liner notes, links to more information, and a transcript of the episode.Patreon backers also have a twenty-three-minute bonus episode available, on "Om…
 
Our guest this week is podcaster and producer Tilt Araiza, who joins Tyler to talk about Michael Bentine and his ground-breaking television series It’s A Square World. Written by Bentine and John Law, It’s A Square World ran on the BBC from 1960-64 totalling 57 episodes and was a clear influence on later comedy series, notably Monty Python’s Flying…
 
Phil Cannon from the Who's He? podcast joins Tyler this week to discuss a film unfairly overlooked by the Academy - Spike Milligan's The Great McGonagall from 1974. Written by Spike and Joe McGrath (Casino Royale, Digby the Biggest Dog in the World, Not Only But Also) and starring Milligan as the titular poet & tragedian, the film also featured Pet…
 
Episode one hundred and fifty-seven of A History of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs looks at “See Emily Play", the birth of the UK underground, and the career of Roger Barrett, known as Syd. Click the full post to read liner notes, links to more information, and a transcript of the episode.Patreon backers also have a twenty-five-minute bonus episo…
 
Wilson Bell graduated with Web Development Cohort 57.I had no prior experience with coding prior to having NSS recommended to me by friends that thought I would do well at it. One of the main things that drew me to the program was growing up doing a lot of mechanical work on my family's farm and always enjoying the trial and error process of diagno…
 
Seth Lewis graduated with Web Development Cohort 57.When I was 9, I discovered a platform called Scratch that sparked my love for programming. But it wasn't until my cousin told me about NSS that I thought I could realistically make it a profession. After 4 years in the food industry, I knew I wanted something more. Since embarking on my software d…
 
Evan Mitchell graduated with Web Development Cohort 57.My interest in programming was sparked when I had to take a couple of computer science courses as part of my degree. I really enjoyed using programming languages to solve problems and build applications from scratch. From my experience in these courses, I decided that I wanted to pursue a caree…
 
Joe Maifeld graduated with Web Development Cohort 57.After spending over ten years working professionally in the culinary field I felt the desire to pursue career change. For the longest time it felt like breaking into the developer field was inaccessible. I spent so long researching different paths to the role I wanted and finally found NSS after …
 
Zachary Smith graduated with Web Development Cohort 57.I have always had a passion for building, fixing, and learning how things work. Eventually working my way into a maintenance technician role in automotive manufacturing allowed me to pursue these passions. But, when I was introduced to the idea of becoming a software developer, it was like a li…
 
Robert Parker graduated with Web Development Cohort 57.I have long enjoyed playing with and on computers. In high school I greatly enjoyed my BASIC programming class, and used that info to program my graphing calculator to run the quadratic equation for me. Never thought about how I could turn that into a career until many years later. After a deca…
 
Ben Shelton graduated with Web Development Cohort 57.Problem solving and technology have always caught my interest, and I've had a high aptitude for both. After spending years employing and honing those skills in customer-facing tech support for a software company, I decided that I wanted to explore a long-held curiosity with the development side a…
 
Haley Hickey graduated with Web Development Cohort 57.Before beginning my journey at NSS, I was working for a nonprofit called, Raise the Roof Academy. I love helping others whether it is through missionary work or creating. When a friend introduced me to software development, I realized that the tech field would allow me to continue my love for he…
 
Andrew Ward graduated with Web Development Cohort 57.I was first introduced to programming by my dad. We would watch tutorials and do small projects together. During high school, I worked at Chick-fil-a and another job as an electrician's assistant. Eventually, I decided to make programming my career. I was eager to get started and was excited to h…
 
Sutherland Seals graduated with Web Development Cohort 57.I heard about NSS about about a year ago from a friend. She had nothing but positive things to say about the NSS program and how it had changed her life the better. I was introduced to programming through the CIS program in college and did some rudimentary coding and really enjoyed it but ne…
 
Mason Thieman graduated with Web Development Cohort 57.Ever since grade school, math, science, and other problem-solving subjects have been my forte. I was first exposed to coding when I began my mechatronics engineering program. I was so enthralled that I, instead, pursued and acquired a bachelor's degree in computer science from Middle Tennessee …
 
Christian Suriano graduated with Web Development Cohort 57.I wrote my first line of code when I was thirteen, and knew from that moment on that coding was the right path for me, after graduating Highschool I spent the last few years working in Nashville. I discovered Nashville Software School and knew it would suit my learning style perfectly, I de…
 
Brittany Mangum graduated with Web Development Cohort 57.I am a lifelong and adaptable learner. After working in education for years, I decided to start a new career. I decided to pursue Web development because it combines analytical thinking skills with social skills, and gives me the opportunity to have a career that fits my personal interests an…
 
Stephen Smith graduated with Web Development Cohort 57.Since childhood I've been an adventerous person, naturally think outside the box. I love finding innovative ways to utilize logistics and technology for efficiency, whether a computer, electrical control system, or the logistics of an assembly line. Whenever I have the opportunity to start a ch…
 
EVERYBODY OUT! For this week's show Tyler and comedian & writer Meryl O'Rourke downed tools and refused to record a podcast until their demands were met! To pass the time they chatted about the cracking 1959 film I'm All Right Jack, starring Peter Sellers, Ian Carmichael, Margaret Rutherford, Terry-Thomas, Dennis Price, Richard Attenborough, Sam Ky…
 
Episode one hundred and fifty-six of A History of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs looks at “I Was Made to Love Her", the early career of Stevie Wonder, and the Detroit riots of 1967. Click the full post to read liner notes, links to more information, and a transcript of the episode.Patreon backers also have a twenty-minute bonus episode available,…
 
Transcript You'll have noticed that my experiment with timings has been only a qualified success. While my buffer did allow me to get episodes going out weekly for a while, they've started to lag again, as events and health have derailed things -- though I have managed to get a bonus episode up for Patreon backers every week. As the upcoming episod…
 
Episode one hundred and fifty-five of A History of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs looks at “Waterloo Sunset” by the Kinks, and the self-inflicted damage the group did to their career between 1965 and 1967. Click the full post to read liner notes, links to more information, and a transcript of the episode. Patreon backers also have a nineteen-minu…
 
If you are listening to this show on the day it goes out - Wednesday 5th October 2022 - then it is exactly 60 years since the Beatles' first single, Love Me Do, was released*. It's also exactly 50 years to the day since The Last Goon Show Of All was broadcast! We've previously dedicated a show to the connections between the Beatles & The Goons and …
 
Returning guest Sean Gaffney is back to talk about the Series 9 opener The Sahara Desert Statue - the one about what would happen if a nude Welshman holding a rice pudding in the middle of the desert got hit by an atom bomb. We talk a great deal about the events and circumstances leading up to the beginning of Series 9 and how it almost didn't get …
 
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