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In doing business as missions, the urgency of showing God’s love in the workplace became evident. That’s when MOF’s radio ministry was developed entitled, Ministry in the Marketplace. Each week, Ministry in the Marketplace, digs deep into God’s word while featuring impactful stories on ways to minister in your marketplace.Ministry in the Marketplace is a weekly radio program hosted by Dr. Richard Hamlet that features challenges and exhortations from God’s Word. To help you discover new ways ...
 
At Country Life we offer a unique mix of travel, lifestyle, heritage, conservation, green living and food and wine online and in print. Join us on our journey across southern Africa as we hop from town to dorpie to hamlet and back again to introduce you to the people and places that make up our beautiful countryside.
 
Offering knowledge and tools for appreciating Shakespeare's deep and universal meanings. Series I Short sessions on background information (numbered); Series 2 longer sessions on individual plays and sonnets (lettered). Series I Chapter 1: What's So Great about Shakespeare? (3 sessions) Chapter 2: Shakespeare the Man Chapter 3: Shakespeare's Theater Chapter 4: Shakespeare's Language (4 sessions) Chapter 5: Shakespeare's Characters Chapter 6: Unity in Variety (3 sessions) Chapter 7: Shakespea ...
 
Visual art, theatre, film and literature. Segments include: - 'Art Attack' - fortnightly visual arts reviews with Ace Wagstaff and Tai Snaith. - 'Shoot the Messenger' - fortnightly theatre news & reviews with Fleur Kilpatrick. - 'Drawn Out' - monthly chat about comic books and graphic novels with Bernard Caleo. Please email talks@rrr.org.au for all interview requests. About the Presenter Richard Watts has many years experience working in the arts industry, including five years as the Artisti ...
 
At Executive Career Jump we are all about doing everything we can to assist leaders in making job moves. People going through redundancy or job change are six times more likely to suffer from mental health challenges. It can be a tough time. Our hope is that these podcast episodes go some way to helping listeners understand what they want from their career and how to go and get it! Each episode is hosted by one of the UK's leading Career Coaches, Andrew MacAskill and he interviews a range of ...
 
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Every week, we get the chance to visit with people who are using their platform to make a difference. This week, Richard shares a message from the book of John and visits with Dr. Tony Evans. They’ll talk about his new book, Kingdom Race Theology: God’s Answer to our Racial Crisis. Don’t miss this week’s Ministry in the Marketplace.To support this …
 
Actor Eryn Jean Norvill and alternative performer Nikki Shiels talk starring in the much-hyped production of ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’; One of the performers at this year’s Melbourne Magic Festival, Josh Staley, captivates in 'The Conjurer At The Card Table'; Artistic Director Kate Sulan on her final project with Rawcus after 22 years: ‘Here We …
 
As Dr. Hamlet wondered how to best support Christians who have a desire to make a difference for Christ at their jobs, the idea for this radio program was born. In 2014, we launched our very first program on a local radio station in Memphis, TN. Now, our signal has expanded to more than 200 radio stations across the country reaching more than half …
 
Comedian and co-owner of Comedy Republic, Rhys Nicholson, talks encore shows at Replay Festival 2022; One of four artists showing at Boroondara’s Town Hall Gallery’s ‘Common Thread’, Sarah Hallett, explores transforming everyday materials into textile art; Lee Cumberlidge, co-artistic director of Illuminate Adelaide, chats about Australia’s newest …
 
Every week, we get the chance to visit with people who are using their platform to make a difference in the marketplace. Amy Joob is an Award-Winning Author, Speaker, and Prayer Warrior. She’s written a 40-day prayer journal called, Unstuck: Step Into the New. Click on the audio bar below to hear her story! Also, Richard shares a challenging messag…
 
The National Gallery of Victoria’s Senior Curator Dr Miranda Wallace talks about this year’s Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition ‘The Picasso Century’; Director of ‘Passing Strange’, Dean Drieberg, along with the show’s Musical Director, Conductor and Keyboardist, Marissa Saroca, discuss the hybrid “rock concert with storytelling” coming to th…
 
If you’ve read recent headlines, it’s no surprise that religious freedom is under attack. Every week, we get the chance to visit with people who are using their platform to make a difference. Ambassador Sam Brownback has a long history of defending religious freedom at the highest level of government. He’ll join us today to share his story! Also, R…
 
Playwright Damien Millar on directing Bertolt Brecht’s ‘Mother Courage and Her Children’ for a 2022 audience at La Mama Theatre; Belinda Collins, Creative Director of The Social Crew, is back to discuss ‘Under The Surface’, a visual art trail in Gippsland; Co-Writer, Co-Director and Performer Nat Randall draws on elements of film and theatre to exp…
 
This week, Richard shares a message from the book of Isaiah and visits with Craig Brown, Author of the book Stop Hiding Start Healing. For years, Craig suffered from addiction due to severe pain and brokenness in his life. Since finding freedom through Christ, he’s been able to help others who feel trapped in addiction. Click on the audio box below…
 
Danish dancer and choreographer, Mette Ingvartsen, talks exploring pornography’s pervasive creep in her performance ’21 Pornographies’ at RISING; Restless Dance Theatre director Michelle Ryan on another RISING favourite ‘Rewards for The Tribe’; Dr James Rule, curatorial research assistant of Palaeontology at Museums Victoria, delves into dinosaurs …
 
In 1961, a small group of missionaries felt called to take the gospel into the Soviet Union. Smuggling Bibles and underground printing were the only ways to share God’s word until the wall fell in 1989. Today, Eastern European Mission is able to freely distribute Bibles and Bible-based materials to more than thirty countries and in over twenty diff…
 
Author Michele Aung Thin joins us to discuss PEN Melbourne’s Fundraiser for Myanmar and its freedom of expression at La Mama Courthouse; Winner of the 2022 Golden Gibbo award at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Alex Hines, chats about her show ‘To Schapelle and Back’ returning to The Butterfly Club; Playwright Daniel Schlusser talks exp…
 
Did you know that, according to a recent study, only 11% of Christians in America read their Bible? This week, Richard visits with Dr. Arnie Cole. Dr. Cole is an Author, Speaker, Social Scientist, and CEO of Back to the Bible. He also serves as the Director of Research and Development for the Center for Bible Engagement. He and his team have develo…
 
Jason Tamiru talks co-directing ‘The Return’, which recounts the macabre history of the stolen bodily remains of First Peoples, for Malthouse Theatre and RISING; Art Gallery of Ballarat Director Louise Tegart on the lesser known Australian art movement of Max Meldrum and the tonalists for their new exhibition ‘Light & Shade’; Performers John Marc D…
 
This week, we’re taking you behind the mic! Recently, Richard was invited to share his passion for marketplace ministry on the Lee Michaels Show! Click on the audio bar below to hear his story! He’ll also share a message from the book of Philippians.To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1191/29…
 
Curator Janenne Willis chats about a fascinating ‘Floating Gallery’ presented by O_C_E_A_N, where people can swim, row or paddle out to view local artworks on laser yachts at Point Leo; Artist Frances Barrett explores her new sensory-focussed collaborative project ‘Meatus’ at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art; Artistic Director of the Aust…
 
Every week, we get the chance to visit with people who are using their platform to make a difference. Well, in the early ’90s, Ken Ham founded Answers in Genesis. Since then, he’s traveled the world and spoken to millions of people about the foundation of scripture and the truths of God’s Word. In 2016, he opened The Ark Encounter and The Creation …
 
RISING co-artistic directors Hannah Fox and Gideon Obarzanek discuss the long-awaited program coming this winter; Natalie King talks about curating the work of Yuki Kihara, the representative for New Zealand Pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale; Elias Redstone, artistic director of Photo 2022, celebrates Melbourne’s photographic culture; and pro…
 
Every week, we get the chance to visit with people who are using their platform to make a difference. Well, in the early ’90s, Ken Ham founded Answers in Genesis. Since then, he’s traveled the world and spoken to millions of people about the foundation of scripture and the truths of God’s Word. In 2016, he opened The Ark Encounter and The Creation …
 
Photographer and filmmaker James J. Robinson introduces his first solo exhibition, the nostalgia-challenging ‘On Golden Days’ at Hillvale Gallery; Harriet Gordon-Anderson talks playing the title role in Bell Shakespeare’s production of ‘Hamlet’, transposed to the glamorous court of Denmark in the 1960s; and Peter Houghton discusses directing ‘Heart…
 
Did you know that most banks today send large amounts of money every year to organizations that completely go against Christian values? This week, Richard visits with Abel Pomar. He’s the President and CEO of the faith-based Credit Union in Southern California called Adelfi. He’ll also share a message from the book of Numbers.To support this minist…
 
Dr Josephine Caust from the University of Melbourne discusses her important paper connecting ‘Arts, Culture & Country’ for Platform Papers; Nominated for Best Newcomer at last year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Chris Ryan is back with her show 'Can't Complain’; Another comedy festival favourite Damian Callinan talks about discovering h…
 
On this week’s Ministry in the Marketplace, Richard shares a message from the book of Acts. Also, Pat Boone and Eric Close are co-starring in The Mulligan, an inspiring story of God’s grace and forgiveness that hits theaters nationwide on April 18th and 19th. Click on the audio bar below to hear their story and to find out more!To support this mini…
 
This week, Richard visits with Ryan Dobson. In the mid to late ’70s, Ryan’s Father, Dr. James Dobson, founded a ministry that you’re probably familiar with called Focus on the Family. He was named the most influential spokesman for conservative values in America. Now, his son, Ryan is leading families through some of the most challenging seasons th…
 
Anne Marie Peard joins the show for a fortnightly critique and celebration of theatre in Melbourne; Amanda Jane Pritchard discusses her show 'Google Amanda Jane Dildo' coming to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival; Circa's Artistic Director Yaron Lifschitz on their new work 'ON' at the Ian Potter Centre for Performing Arts. With presenter R…
 
Welcome to Episode Sixty Nine (Season Four) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! This week’s podcast features James Mitra, a fellow LinkedIn Top Voice for Careers. James is the Founder of JBM, an award-winning executive search firm working with some of the fastest-growing Tech Startups & Scale-ups in the world. He …
 
Co-founders of THE RABBLE, Emma Valenta and Kate Davis discuss their latest work of feminist theatre ‘YES’; Irish artist Sean Lynch on his temporary public artwork in Carlton’s University Square ‘Distant Things Appear Suddenly Near’; Cinema Viscera's Perri Cummings and Paul Anthony Nelson talk ‘Apparitions’, their new indie horror feature. With pre…
 
Welcome to Episode Sixty Eight (Season Four) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! This week’s podcast features Sarah Farmer, an executive coach and leadership mentor who helps Leaders & Business Owners build their confidence & skills to enable them to lead with phenomenal personal & business results. In this episod…
 
Welcome to Episode Sixty Seven (Season Four) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! This week’s podcast features Nick Raeburn, a creator with a passion for helping you tell your story. With years of experience in video production and storytelling Nick is now sharing how to enhance and build social selling skills thro…
 
Viv Nguyen and Georgia Symon, two of the nine writers behind Periscope Productions’ ’REIGEN’, talk adapting Arthur Schnitzler’s play; Choreographer Lucy Guerin explores proximity and distance through dance in ‘Flux Job’ at Arts House; Senior Curator Tedd Gott introduces the bold new exhibition 'Queer: Stories from the NGV Collection'. With presente…
 
Welcome to Episode Sixty Six (Season Four) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! This week’s podcast features Neal Mankey, a Director for the Healthcare Practice at Veredus, and recently part of the Capita project team who worked with the NHS on the COVID-19 Bring back Staff Campaign. In 2020 Neal by chance was watc…
 
Welcome to Episode Sixty Five (Season Four) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! This week’s podcast features Mike Richards who owns and runs the Treasury Recruitment Company, a highly successful niche global recruitment business. He regularly speaks at global conferences on topics such as the power of personal bra…
 
Welcome to Episode Sixty Four (Season Four) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Mark Adamoulas is a top performance coach and psychologist who strongly believes in having a work-life “blend” as opposed to balance. The episode looks at culture, habits, and what a good leader looks like in terms of presence and empa…
 
Playwright Wesley Enoch discusses his Geelong Arts Centre theatre production, ‘Black Cockatoo’, the true story of Johnny Mullagh and the all-First Nations cricket team travelling to England in 1868; Artist Telia Nevile reinvents her live show ‘Little Monster’ for online and back again for Fringe Rebound; Exhibition Curator Neil Sharkey introduces t…
 
Welcome to Episode Sixty Three (Season Four) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Darren Ledger believes that recruitment is broken - that it's not working for clients, job seekers, or candidates and frankly it's not working for recruitment companies - so he's very opinionated on where the industry needs to go and …
 
Welcome to Episode Sixty Two (Season Four) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is Liz Hamlet. Liz is a Coach, Strategist, Speaker & Communication expert helping leaders lead better, get laser-focused & leverage their success to spark possibility, motivation & momentum. After an exte…
 
Welcome to Episode Sixty One (Season Four) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is Caitlin Rozario, who with her Co-founder Will have founded an organisation ‘Interlude’, that helps with productivity by monitoring and it is a really fascinating conversation around why they have set u…
 
Welcome to Episode Sixty (Season Four) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is Cheryl Thompson. Cheryl is a ‘Courage Coach’ and we all need more courage to battle back the internal critic, the imposter syndrome, and to be able to step through the fear. In this episode, we cover some …
 
Welcome to Episode Fifty Nine (Season Four) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is Tj Power. In this content-packed episode, Tj shares how his studies into neuroscience and technology have led him to some powerful insights and strategies that have a tremendous impact on your energy …
 
Welcome to Episode Fifty Eight (Season Four) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is Mhorag Doig, a leading career coach who is passionate about productivity and workplace wellness. Mhorag currently heads up the team at the London Business School developing the Alumni Career Centre s…
 
Welcome to Episode Fifty Seven (Season Three) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is Lea Turner. Lea crashed onto LinkedIn in October 2019 with no prior knowledge of the platform, but her vibrant, personable, and uplifting posts quickly drove countless leads and over 10,000 follower…
 
Welcome to Episode Fifty Six (Season Three) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is Paul Holbrook. Paul is an author and leadership-disrupter who, after 20 years managing rapid technology growth in the City of London, decided he'd simply had enough of watching the effects of toxic ma…
 
Welcome to Episode Fifty Five (Season Three) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is Jeri Williams, founder of Smooth Accountancy. Tired of boring, old-fashioned financial firms who still correspond via pigeon, Jeri wanted to disrupt the sector and bring a modern approach to one of t…
 
Welcome to Episode Fifty Four (Season Three) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is Tony Shafar. Tony is an Executive Coach, working mainly with Finance leaders. His background as a Finance Director and CFO makes him well placed to understand many of the challenges that finance lead…
 
Welcome to Episode Fifty Three (Season Three) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is Gabi Preston-Phypers, who is someone who doesn’t colour between the lines. She is a proud dyslexic, mother, wife, and owner of multiple businesses. Gabi loves empowering people to get in the driving…
 
Welcome to Episode Fifty Two (Season Three) of the Executive Career Jump Podcast with your host, Andrew MacAskill! Our guest in the hot seat today is Lee McQueen. Lee is probably recognised most as the Winner of the BBC’s The Apprentice 2008 and was the first candidate to set up a business from scratch with Sir Alan Sugar. He has gone on to be a su…
 
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