A regular but mercifully short journey into what seemingly-innocuous part of modern society gets my dander right up.
This show explores the history and times of the Hundred Years War, by an avid fan of History, storytelling, and historical reenactment.The Leopard and the Lily podcast explores this conflict of the late middle ages which pitted the Kings of England and the Kings of France.
Jon Bounds, Jon Hickman, Danny Smith and Mark Steadman are writing new additions to the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, the book with the famous words "Don't Panic" written in large, friendly letters on the cover. This smart, funny podcast fuses real-world observation with a writing style Adams fans have sorely missed. With each topic, the panel of authors, podcasters and performers present an essay in the style of a Hitchhiker's Guide entry, which is then discussed in a format that fans o ...
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Leopard Radio bridges a connection between the Wentworth students of today and yesterday.
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Introduction to Mac OS X Leopard Server. Brought to you by Apple Product Marketing and the Apple Business team.
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A travel podcast that takes you on a journey through South Africa. Discover the people, places and animals that call South Africa home. Hosted by Diana Granoux.
This series centres on a unique population of African leopards. The elusive cats are losing a battle with a powerful enemy: humans. Habitat destruction and persecution by farmers have pushed Cape mountain leopards to the brink … and their fate now rests in the hands of a dedicated wildlife conservationist. Quinton Martins knows that research is key when it comes to saving a species – but gathering data about these animals is not easy.
This podcast is a spoken recording of the 110-page of Apple’s VoiceOver Getting Started manual for Mac OS X v10.5 “Leopard.” It is organized into twelve episodes representing each of the chapters in the manual. VoiceOver is an accessibility technology built into Mac OS X for the blind and others with visual disabilities. It is a full-featured “screen reader” that speaks audible descriptions of the activities taking place on the computer, including the contents of documents, email, and webpag ...
Mark, Danny and the Jons present the Hitchhiker’s Guide to getting it all done. In our new format, each panelist writes a short essay on the given topic, in the style of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the book with the large friendly letters on the cover. Our thanks to Emma Wright (@editorialgirl) for being the voice of the Guide. Follow Dan…
The peasants are mad as hell, and they're not gonna take it anymore! The Great Jacquerie, a large uprising in the north of France, flares up, and is quickly crushed.
In this episode, the Dauphin strikes back. He captures two cities, blocking Paris from one of its sources of food. The Parisian, and the citizens of many other towns, radicalize.
King Jean makes arrangements for the Treaty of London to be ratified. King Charles and Étienne Marcel will have none of it. Their grip on the Dauphin tightens. And Paris is surrounded by hostile forces.
In this episode, Étienne Marcel and Robert Le Coq continue to rule, and the Dauphin struggles to free himself from their power. His supporters and his enemies supporters clash in the streets of Paris.
Charles of Navarre makes a triumphant entry into Paris. His supporters seize control of the Government. Kings Jean and Edward agree to the terms of the First Treaty of London.
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In this episode, King Jean travels to, and begins his captivity in, London. King David is released. Prince Charles gets tackled by the Estates-General. King Charles of Navarre is rescued.
In this episode, the King of France tells his subjects to not bother paying their taxes, the government in Paris reminds people that they need to pay taxes, and the siege of Rennes goes on.
Mark, Danny and the Jons present the Hitchhiker’s Guide to getting a good night's rest. In our new format, each panelist writes a short essay on the given topic, in the style of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the book with the large friendly letters on the cover. Our thanks to Emma Wright (@editorialgirl) for being the voice of the Guide. Fo…
The Marches of Brittany, Normandy, Anjou, and Maine are falling into chaos similar to what the south of France has been living through. Too many parties with conflicting agendas are trying to deal with England. King Edward looks on with glee.
To commemorate Towel Day 2021, Mark, Danny, and the Jons present the worst bits of Beware of the Leopard. These are all the bits that are normally cut from the main body of the episode and shoved to the back, to sit in shame and think about what they did. Now we're bringing them out into the light for you to judge, share, and hopefully on some leve…
Prince Charles skips town and leaves his brother, the Duke of Artois, a very hot potato. He goes to Germany for a successful summit. When he returns to Paris, he submits to the will of the Estates-General as they begin dismantling the Government's operations.
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Guy Windsor, sword instructor extraordinaire, to discuss medieval woodworking. https://guywindsor.net/
In this episode, senior officials summon the Estates-General, but their demands, especially those of the normally loyal Third Estate, are harsh.
South Africa’s diversity is unlike anywhere else in the world. It is present in our multitude of histories, the sprawling cities and boundless rural villages, and the wide range of ecosystems that have shaped the distinct plants and animals that we find here. It is home to the Big Five and the equally alluring Little Five. In a single day, you can …
A showcase of the 8 incredible guests who participated in this podcast series. Series guests: Scott Ramsay, Photographer Ngoni Mtizwa, Sommelier Jo Buitendach, Storyteller Les Carlisle, Conservationist DuduBloom More, Artist Pavs Pillay, Marine Biologist Sean Privett, Botanist Marnus Scholly, Chef Enjoy!…
The founder of Singita, Luke Bailes, has said “Excellence is in Africa”. This is certainly true of our wines. In this episode, Ngoni Mtizwa, a sommelier at Singita, joins us to explain why renowned wine critic Neal Martin has said South Africa is producing some of the best wine outside of France. We also explore the exceptional Singita wine experie…
Jo Buitendach is one of Johannesburg’s best guides. She was recognised as one of “10 of the World’s Top Tour Guides” in the Guardian newspaper in the UK, and also won an award from Vanity Fair Magazine in London for changing people’s mindsets with regards to travel in Johannesburg. In this episode she shares her passion for the city and its inhabit…
Scott Ramsay is well known for his beautiful wildlife photography and his passion for Africa’s wild places. In this episode, Scott speaks about some of the remote locations he has travelled to in search of the perfect picture, and the patience you need to have when photographing African wildlife. He also gives us some practical tips for wildlife an…
Les Carlisle, Group Conservation Manager for &Beyond has spent more than four decades working in conservation in Africa. &Beyond’s innovative approach to conservation, with a strong focus on community participation, is often regarded as a blueprint for international ecotourism. We speak about the plight of Africa’s iconic animals such as the lion, …
Emerging artist, DuduBloom More shares her journey as a young, black, female artist in South Africa. She is known for creating beautiful intricate works using textiles, and other mediums. A recurring theme in her abstract art is mental health. Dudu’s first international exhibition with Berman Contemporary at 1 fifty four in London was met with crit…
From the abundant marine life found in the cold Atlantic ocean, to the incredible diversity found in the warm waters of the Indian ocean, South Africa’s coastline is unique in many ways. In this episode, passionate marine biologist, Pavs Pillay, shares stories about the animals that inhabit our ocean, from spectacular whales and sharks to charming …
When you first look out over an expanse of fynbos in the Cape Floristic Region, it looks like a uniform expanse of green gray scrub. You must take a closer look to see the diversity in plant, bird and insect life. You need to touch, smell and taste the fynbos to truly experience it. Sean Privett, the director for conservation at Grootbos, joins us …
South African cuisine is a unique fusion of many different external cultural influences, from Dutch and French to Indian and Malaysian flavours and techniques. Marnus Scholly, executive chef at Tswalu joins us to share his insights into traditional South Africa food, his favourite local ingredients and the opening of Klein Jan at Tswalu. Click here…
In this episode, we explore a bit of the world of Chivalry with author Christian Cameron. Books mentioned in this episode: The Long Sword (Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Indigo) Hawkwood's Sword (released soon) (Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Indigo) Tom Swan and the Head of St. George (Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Indigo) Please join us at Intelligent Speech Conference…
Mark, Danny and the Jons present the Hitchhiker’s Guide to getting on in years. In our new format, each panelist writes a short essay on the given topic, in the style of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the book with the large friendly letters on the cover. Our thanks to Emma Wright (@ editorialgirl ) for being the voice of the Guide. Follow D…
In this episode, a guest shows up briefly for a quick reading, we look at the English situation and action after the battle, and the French predicament.
In this episode, the King of France has the Prince of Wales trapped by the nearby town of Poitiers. They engage in one of the great defining battles of the Hundred Years War.
The Duke of Lancaster launches a raid in Normandy, While King Jean II is trying desperately to raise soldiers and funds to repel the invader. Prince Edward launches another chevauché deep into the heart of France, but the King and his sons manage to stop him and pursue him back towards the south.
Mark, Danny and the Jons present the Hitchhiker’s Guide to Christmas and the new year. In our new format, each panelist writes a short essay on the given topic, in the style of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the book with the large friendly letters on the cover. Our thanks to Emma Wright (@ editorialgirl ) for being the voice of the Guide. A…