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I'm a pilot obsessed with flying and all things aviation. This podcast series covers more than a century of commercial aviation and how its shaped the world. Aviation is now safer than its ever been, but it took one hundred years of learning and often through accidents and incidents to reduce the risk of flying.
 
Everyone remembers where they were on that fateful day Sept 11th, 2001 in NYC when a terrorist attack shocked the world. I’m personally going to take you back WITH me to Tower One of the World Trade Center when shock, terror, flames, and chaos burst into the building. I was on the 78th-floor sky lobby when that first plane crashed into the building. It felt like a huge bomb had just exploded as I was blown right off my feet. All lights instantly went out. The elevators were engorged with fla ...
 
Award-winning BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews deep and quirky outsiders, such as a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath. Joining the mix are such celebrated thought leaders as feminist Helen Lewis, Lord Daniel Finkelstein and free speech advocate Andrew Doyle. The aim is to surprise you with a totally different story every time in this 2x Apple Noteworthy show. One week, we're in a Michigan prison with a man who accidentally killed his girlfriend in a botched ...
 
This groundbreaking audio drama follows Kat Bonds as she navigates plane crashes, an unknown mystical world, strange powers, magic, love, and heartbreak. 'Atlantis' is about the bonds of family, navigating relationships (old and new), and determining what's good, what's evil and all the grey areas in between.
 
History has given us some of the most incredible survival tales known to mankind. People who have survived against all odds and said Not Me, Not Today to death. Whether it's plane crashes, jungle survival, lost at sea, abduction or even medical anomalies, we explore it all. Each week we take a look at a survivor, we discuss the ordeal, what happened afterwards and where they are now. Join us on the Not Me, Not Today Podcast.
 
London is in chaos. A military cargo plane has crashed leaving its highly classified contents strewn across the city. Completely unaware London is in lockdown, Charlie (Noel Clarke) and Shelley (Antonia Campbell-Hughes), accompanied by best friends Mark (Colin O’Donoghue) and Nikki (Laura Haddock), are at Storage 24 dividing up their possessions after a recent break-up. Suddenly, the power goes off. Trapped in a dark maze of endless corridors, a mystery predator is hunting them one by one. I ...
 
The New York City Fire Museum's Throwback FDNY podcast is here to help present the extraordinary history and unique heritage of the fire department in the five boroughs. Each episode, we’ll turn a spotlight on three specific years and share a story from each that we hope brings the Fire Department’s past to life, a must for FDNY history buffs of all ages! This initiative is brought to you with help from the FDNY and the FDNY Foundation.
 
World-renowned aviation-industry consultants and former NTSB investigators John Goglia and Greg Feith have 100 years of worldwide aviation safety experience between them. In this hard-hitting podcast series they talk about everything aviation -- from the behind-the-scenes facts on deadly air crashes to topics of interest such as tips and tricks for navigating through airports and security, traveling with infants and children, unruly passengers, and packing your bags to ease through security.
 
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For the 31st episode of PCPC, Michael and Tess take a look at TWA Flight 2 and United Airlines Flight 718, two scheduled flights that departed Los Angeles International Airport on the morning of June 30th 1956. The duo discuss Flight 2/Flight 718, United Flight 328, the early history of airlines and government regulation, TSA screening numbers, net…
 
Madeleine Black told her story in her book Unbroken, which is now also a podcast. At just 13, she was led drunk to a bedroom in a vacant flat in London by two American 17-year-olds, who raped her. Thanks to the episode's sponsor, the language-learning app Babbel. Sign up using my promo code of EDGE on http://babbel.co.uk/play. Madeleine Links: Unbr…
 
Jarred Kessler shares his amazing journey of going from being a successful investment banker, to striking out on his own and changing the Real Estate industry with his business Easyknock. To the amazing volunteer work he does helping people stay in their homes. He shares the bricks he went through in changing careers and building his business. He w…
 
Episode 65 Mandated inspections are being performed on Piper PA28 aircraft based on airworthiness directive AD 2020-26-16. The Flight Safety Detectives offer an update on progress. Listen for what to do and what not to do for affected aircraft. Jason Lukasik, president of JL2 Aviation Consultants and former FAA inspector, returns to share prelimina…
 
Naama Kates is an actress and musician best known for her work with extremists and incels. An incel is an involuntary celibate: men who feel they're physically or mentally too unattractive for women. While many of these men are depressed or lonely, when they come together through online communities, things can get toxic. Naama Links: Podcast: https…
 
I have the distinct privilege to talk to the great Julius Erving. He shares the bricks he went through to reach the top of his amazing career. Starting as a child and how through it all he learned to listen to the whispers. He will share some highlights from his career and the work that he is doing now to help other players and their families.…
 
Episode 64 The Federal Aviation Administration took a hit as Congress investigated issues with the 737 Max. What needs to be done to rebuild the FAA’s worldwide stature? How will they regain trust in their certification process? Guest is Sandy Murdock who served as FAA Chief Counsel and Chief Legal Officer for all rulemaking, environmental, acquisi…
 
Jeff Kidwell a friend of mine and a former coworker at Canon Fitzgerald he is a leader in the repo and leading industry and has been since 1982. He has worked for several large companies including Morgan Stanley and Canon Fitzgerald. He has created his own peer-to-peer financing product, is the author of two books, and is a frequent public voice in…
 
Today, I’m talking to Telegraph journalist Cara McGoogan, the host and journalist behind acclaimed podcast Bed of Lies. [By the way, join me in an old 90's-style chat room Thursday 8pm GMT (it's free, and you don't have to sign up): https://discord.gg/RWH7fs6ygb] The series follows the lives of several fairly innocuous and harmless Left-Wing activi…
 
Episode 63 Crew resource management (CRM) and safety management systems (SMS) get the spotlight in this discussion. These systems help build safety into every flight. Special guest is listener Amy Wright, a self-professed “safety nerd” who says she gets “out of breath with excitement” talking about quality processes and safety procedures. Hear abou…
 
Craig Marshall describes his amazing journey from being a childhood actor in Hollywood to becoming a yoga monk and living in a Buddhist monastery for 35 years, to leaving and creating his company MindfulU. He will describe the many bricks that have been thrown at him along the way, the people that helped him, and how he learned to listen to the whi…
 
Hey, are you ready for part 2 of my super long interview with the glorious Sadia Hameed. If you haven’t yet heard part 1, it was just a couple of weeks ago, when Sadia told us about how social services in the UK actually helped her family to kidnap her when she was 15, and move her to Pakistan, where they starved and tortured her. They suspected he…
 
Brandon Steiner founder and former CEO of Steiner Sports. He is currently the founder and CEO of CollectibleXchange and The Steiner Agency. Shares his story of being a poor kid from Brooklyn who loved the Yankees to creating an amazingly successful business that has an exclusive memorabilia partnership with the team. He will describe the many brick…
 
In this episode of Throwback FDNY… the 1850 Arrival of the Charitable Swedish Nightingale, the Tragic Triangle Shirtwaist Company Fire of 1911 and the First 41 Women Join the Ranks of Firefighters in 1982Bởi New York City Fire Museum
 
The mind of 1000 Points of Light with the gold, Chris Jones, told his barriers and blockage, how he surpass and survive his grief with the passing of his child. He even created a Facebook page entitled Mitchell’s journey, which has since gained international attention as both a place for healing and insights on the often misunderstood world of grie…
 
Episode 62 Catastrophe averted? A Frontier A320 Airbus was set to take off from Nashville when a passenger noticed the deicing looked strange. He alerted the flight crew to the green liquid sitting on top of ice and snow on the wings. John and Greg share the details of what may have happened, going beyond news coverage of the incident. They offer t…
 
Today I’ve got one of the smartest and most interesting people I’ve ever met on the podcast in the form of Jesse Morton, a former jihadist who now counters violent extremism with his organisation Parallel Networks. Jesse has done some pretty terrible things – he was a Far-Left extremist who became the most prominent white American Jihadist and a re…
 
Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum is an attending cardiologist and the Director of Women and Heart Disease of Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. She has done fellowship training in both Preventive Cardiology and Cardiology. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiology, with a subspecialty in Prevention and Women and Heart disease. She was the …
 
Episode 61 Discussion of the United Airlines 777 engine explosion continues with guest Mike Borfitz. The focus is the three systems that make up the engine cowling. At the initial NTSB hearing, the chairman was pointed in saying that the recent event was technically a contained engine failure. Yet, most industry experts say the evidence points to a…
 
On this episode Gabriel and Jake discuss the challenges of creating a house music playlist, finding movement confidence in the context of an injury, and some generally solid life philosophy (plane philosophy). 00:12-3:47 [Jake discusses some challenges making a house music playlist] 4:00-5:07 [Heated Cold Brew™ Sponsor ad read] 5:10-12:53 [Elbow di…
 
Peter DaPuzzo, former head of the institutional equities division at Cantor Fitzgerald, holds a photo Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011, from an April 1996 company party at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York City. Of the 11 colleagues in the photo who worked at the World Trade Center, only DaPuzzo, a Riverside resident, did not die in the Sep…
 
Science writer David Robson talks about his book, The Intelligence Trap. It’s a brilliantly written and researched book about how the cleverest people in the world…are often the ones who make the biggest mistakes. Which is why I never make any errors! Join me on at 8pm GMT Thursday 18th March 2021 in a free chat room (no sign up etc needed!): https…
 
Benji Bruce started his first business as an illusionist/mentalist. He started learning magic when he was 10, and by 13 he was performing for tips in restaurants. Eventually he worked his way into the corporate market where he would get hired by companies like Remax, Aflac, AAA, Best Buy, IBM, and more, as the keynote presenter and entertainer for …
 
Episode 60 John and Greg are giving meticulous attention to information available on the recent United Airlines engine explosion. In this episode they share their initial expert observations and predict what’s next. Learn what the evidence so far really shows from two of the world’s most experienced accident investigators. They explain why the crew…
 
Join us at 7pm on Thursday March 11th 2021 here (it's free, and you don't have to sign up): https://discord.gg/RWH7fs6ygb Today, I’m speaking with Sadia Hameed, a former spokesperson for the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain who has a quite remarkable story to tell. She holds some strong and damning views, and has a knack for getting them across in …
 
Sarri Singer has an inspiring story that in many ways parallels Ari’s experience. This is largely because they are both survivors of deadly terrorist attacks, Ari on September 11, 2001, and Sarri on a bus in Jerusalem in 2003. Sarri once worked near the World Trade Center. The events of 9/11 impacted her life deeply. So, in December of 2001, she le…
 
We all have a story to tell, something important to say and a unique contribution only we can give to the world. But we often need help finding our voice. That’s why I’m so excited about this episode of the Whispers and Bricks podcast. You are about to meet Martha Gleason, a voice and speaking expert with over 20 years of experience helping people …
 
Episode 59 John and Greg talk about special considerations for pilots who rent airplanes. They share anecdotes of incidents where pilots in rented aircraft ran into safety issues. Part of the in-depth discussion is advice for pilots: Don’t assume anything when renting a plane. Check maintenance records and do a thorough preflight every time. They e…
 
Ari’s friend David Newman is a man who seems, on the surface, to have it all. He is a very successful entrepreneur. He's a member of the National Speakers Association Million-Dollar Speakers Group. He’s the author of the bestselling business books Do It! Marketing and Do It! Speaking. He is also the creator of the Expert Profit Formula mentoring pr…
 
Come to my old-fashioned chatroom on Thursday at 8pm GMT (noon in California): https://discord.gg/RWH7fs6ygb. It's free and no need to sign up! Hello, and welcome to another episode of On the Edge with Andrew Gold. Today, I’m talking – well actually I spoke to him a couple of weeks ago – to comedian Andrew Doyle, who has just released his new book …
 
Episode 58 John and Greg catch listeners up with some major aviation news. Findings are being shared from the Kobe Bryant crash investigation. The 737-500 crash in Indonesia may be the result of a known issue. Piper single engine aircraft now have an airworthiness directive to be addressed along with two service bulletins. Kobe Bryant Crash The NTS…
 
The loss of a child… It’s a parent’s worst nightmare. And an unimaginable brick. Sadly, this is a tragedy that occurred to Lauren Rosenberg and her family. Four years ago, after 12 days in the hospital, her 20-year-old daughter Liora passed away. Today, on the Whispers and Bricks podcast, Lauren shares her inspiring story.…
 
Joshua Baker is simply one of the most impressive journalists out there working today. -- Join me on Discord Chat Room, free and you don't need to sign up, just follow this link at 8pm GMT on Thursday 25th Feb 2021: https://discord.gg/RWH7fs6ygb -- You may know him for his current podcast series with the BBC, I’m Not a Monster, or his related docum…
 
Co-Parenting Coach helping clients facing divorce/post-divorce address whatever is no longer serving their new goals and empowering them to make choices that won’t emotionally harm their children. Published author of memoir, Seconds & Inches (September 2020). Huff Post contributor, host of the popular sobriety podcast, Northstar Big Book, and just …
 
Coach Wendy Stevens is an in-demand marketing consultant, gifted speaker, a popular trainer at live events, a coach, and a mentor. Her fast-paced, authentic style inspires audiences while motivating them to take action! Your audience or team will be empowered by knowing they can overcome their own personal obstacles, create success to buy back thei…
 
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