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RACING TV is the premier independent horse racing broadcaster in the UK and Ireland and this is the home for all of our podcasts. The specialist channel was set up in 2004 by its racecourse shareholders and is dedicated to broadcasting more than 800 live race meetings a year with commentary, debate and tipping from 35 of the UK's top racecourses and all 26 Irish racecourses. All Racing TV profits are returned to its racecourse shareholders to support the sport. Racing TV has well over 50,000 ...
 
Wiredly Inspired is co-hosted by Steve Bliznicenko and Taylor Pasichnyk. They dive deep into their own self-discovery and aspirations while being focused on bringing valuable content to those with an open mind and undeniable ambition to be greater than average. If you are still trying to pronounce our last names it's because we are two contagious Canadians with a Ukrainian heritage, and yes....we do like perogies. Through a wide range of topics together or with guests almost nothing is off l ...
 
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We think most people have heard of the term "fight or flight". It is a survival mechanism, that is hardwired in to the very fabric of what has kept us alive through the ages. This program is something that runs very deep within and is some of the earliest software our DNA ever utilized for survival. Every creature on this planet has a fight or flig…
 
It's a big weekend ahead for Joseph O'Brien and the trainer gives Johnny Ward the latest on his big candidates for the QIPCO 2000 and 1000 Guineas, while we also preview the final two days of the Punchestown Festival. Hear from Johnny, Brendan Duke and Racing TV's Fran Berry to get their best bets for the next couple of days in our Irish racing pod…
 
Johnny Ward is joined by Fran Berry, Brendan Duke and Bar One Racing's John McDonnell to look forward to some of the big clashes (and the races where the value might lie) on the opening two days of the 2021 Punchestown Festival. Envoi Allen or Monkfish? Chacun Pour Soi or Allaho? Find out where the boys will be putting their money in just a little …
 
One of the most popular and successful jockeys in Irish horse racing, Mick Kinane talks about his introduction to the sport and some of the big successes that made his name into the stuff of legend. Hear more about the big days on the likes of Sea The Stars, Galileo and all of the Ballydoyle and Dermot Weld stars, but also the days that were toughe…
 
Ahead of Monday's Irish Grand National, Fran Berry, Brendan Duke and Bar One Racing's John McDonnell join Johnny Ward to look forward to this weekend's Irish racing action at Fairyhouse and Cork, building up to the Irish Grand National on Monday. No mentions of the forthcoming revolution from Brendan Duke this week, although the rights and wrongs o…
 
On this episode we have a very special guest and close friend of Taylor's, Maddison Bellamy. At the age of 7 she was forced to move away from her Mother as she began her new journey in Alberta where she found what ended up being her greatest mentor.....her Dad. With the help of a great step-mother Pimmy C, Maddison doubled down and started to grow …
 
It's a one-sided fight so far in the Prestbury Cup and Johnny Ward can't see any let-up in the flow of Irish winners as the team look forward to the final two days of the 2021 Cheltenham Festival. Brendan Duke might be hoping that the revolution comes, but the rest of the lads would simply be happy with a winner or two. This On The Wire podcast is …
 
Johnny Ward is joined by Brendan Duke, John McDonnell from Bar One Racing and Racing TV's Fran Berry to look forward to the first two days of action at the 2021 Cheltenham Festival. We also hear from Eddie O'Leary - who has some punchy views on the beatability of Appreciate It and Chacun Pour Soi - and Danny Mullins, who does nothing to put the boy…
 
Our Irish racing podcast On The Wire returns with the usual mix of news, previews and tips as Johnny Ward is joined by Fran Berry, Brendan Duke and Bar One Racing's John McDonnell to look forward to all of the action. Get the best bets from the boys as they take a close look at Sunday's action, headlined by the BARONERACING.COM Leinster National. W…
 
A special show as we approach the 2021 #CheltenhamFestival, in which Lydia and Ruby look back on four past Festival contests, watching the full replays and remembering what it was about those races that made them quite so magical. The 2012 World Hurdle in which the reign of Big Buck's was challenged by Voler la Vedette, the 2008 Gold Cup head-to-he…
 
Nick Luck is joined by Jane Mangan, Victor Connolly, Anthony Bromley and Racing TV's Jess Stafford to look forward to the 2021 Cheltenham Festival and try to predict which stallions could turn out to be the pre-eminent forces at this year's meeting. This podcast is brought to you in association with Weatherbys and their new nhstallions.co.uk websit…
 
Demis and Greg explore DeepMind's move into scientific research, using AI as a tool to help better understand the world around us and building multidisciplinary teams to work with computer scientists to tackle some of the intractable challenges in science.Designed as an extension of WIRED’s long-running live conference portfolio, these punchy and e…
 
The latest episode features a forensic look at how the 2021 WellChild Cheltenham Gold Cup might play out and input from the British Horseracing Authority handicappers Martin Greenwood and Andrew Mealor. Ruby and Lydia also answer your questions and put the recent runs of Tritonic and others under the microscope in the latest edition - we are now le…
 
On this episode we have Steve's close friend Alex Cunningham. He shares his story on battling testicular cancer. Alex has a story that is relatable to many other people that had to battle cancer but his story is unique in its own right. From the diagnosis, going through chemotherapy, having to get a major surgery and the mindset throughout the proc…
 
On this episode we have ourselves our first adult guest! Ian Bowman is Steve's neighbor and he has a great story to share. From his childhood growing up in Manitoba, his dive into entrepreneurship, needing a life change while moving to Alberta, coupled with a failed marriage and a career that is admirable but extremely challenging at times there ar…
 
Decisions, decisions! Lydia and Ruby unpick some of your suggestions for horses with multiple possible targets at the Cheltenham Festival and there are some firm opinions from all sides, while the Kingwell Hurdle success of Goshen and how his return to form might shake up the Unibet Champion Hurdle also comes under the spotlight. As ever, it's a pa…
 
Can Champ advertise his Gold Cup claims with an unexpected drop back to two miles at the weekend? Is Elimay still Ruby's confident pick for the Mrs Paddy Power Chase? And can we already work out how tactics might influence the outcome of the Sporting Life Arkle Chase, fully a month away from one of the races of the Festival? It's another packed epi…
 
Throughout life the phrase "life is too short" is often heard or said. Whether you believe this to be true or not, the thoughts that emerge after are often more important. Steve and Taylor put a spin on the phrase and relate life to sports. Sports or competition for that matter is practically in our DNA and has been a part of human nature since the…
 
The big performances from the Dublin Racing Festival come under the spotlight from Lydia and Ruby, with victories from the likes of Monkfish, Honeysuckle, Chacun Pour Soi, and the Sandown glory of Native River all discussed. How has the Triumph Hurdle picture changed? Who does Ruby now want to be with in the Champion Hurdle? Watch and find out...…
 
On the eve of the Dublin Racing Festival, Lydia and Ruby look at all the big races at Leopardstown, while Gavin Cromwell joins us to talk about some of his stable stars. With reflections on recent big runs from Shishkin, Sams Profile and The Cob and some interesting viewers' questions, it's another unmissable episode.…
 
Herman Narula is one of the leading innovators in research into virtual worlds and simulation. His company Improbable enables developers to make extraordinary multiplayer games and to simulate real-world scenarios with incredible detail and complexity. “The thing that advances friendships and relationships are shared experiences,” says Nerula. “It'…
 
It's day two of the Dublin Racing Festival preview! This time we've added in Donn McClean, Kevin O'Ryan, Fran Berry and Jane Mangan to give their naps for the weekend. Gavin, Dukey and Johnny get into the meat of it straight away, with Gavin recalling watching Danoli all those years ago but Dukey and Johnny are very sweet on one in the big one.…
 
It's back! Dukey, Gavin and Johnny couldn't stay away for too long and return for a two-part special, just like the Dublin Racing Festival. In part one, we go through every race, with not a great deal of agreement among the lads on any of the races. Dukey provides an update on how his love life progressed since our last podcast at Christmas, while …
 
With the Cheltenham Festival now less than seven weeks away, Lydia Hislop and Ruby Walsh reflect upon recent performances on the track from First Flow, Royale Pagaille, Allaho, Colreevy and more, while Ruby reshuffles his position on the Ryanair Chase and the pair preview the important contests coming up (if they can beat the weather) over the days…
 
As the world faces its most extreme test to date, this episode will explore the resilience, will explore the resilience, entrepreneurship and fragility found in economies – and in humans.Richard Davies has spent years researching how economies work under three categories of extreme stress – survival, failure and future. And, regardless of whether h…
 
Two ante-post selections from Lydia and one from Ruby too for the Ryanair Chase - although possibly not for the horse you might have expected in that race! Philip Hobbs joins the show to talk about the return of Buveur D'Air at Ascot and some of his other stable stars, while Lydia and Ruby review Envoi Allen's latest success and look at a couple of…
 
The opinions of other people and how we let them into our space, can be something that can really hurt our growth as individuals. It is on us though, to not allow the opinions of others change our actions or our life plans. People can go their entire life focused too much on the thoughts other people have about them. We hope by discussing this topi…
 
Dan Skelton is our special guest on Episode X of the Road To Cheltenham as he joins Lydia Hislop and Ruby Walsh to talk about some of his big hopes for the Festival. Lydia discusses her 20-1 fancy for the Albert Bartlett Hurdle, while Ruby talks more about the entries for the Paddy Power Stayers' Hurdle and Unibet Champion Hurdle unveiled in the we…
 
Mental Health may never be an easy topic, however, it is critical to become aware of and acknowledge it within ourselves or within others we know and love. This discussion is all about bringing more awareness to the topic and for us to try and be apart of the solution. Our Mental Health determines how we handle stress, relate to others, and make ou…
 
Taylor and Steve couldn't be any happier being able to interview their first guest. With Covid-19 being what it is, we have been restricted from sitting with the individuals we have on our guest list. Having said that, in this episode we will step into the mind of a beautiful young lady who just so happens to be Steve's daughter. We had a lot of fu…
 
Lydia and Ruby take us through a comprehensive look back over much of the Christmas action, including the Ladbrokes King George VI Chase, the Savills Chase, the Christmas Hurdle and the Matheson Hurdle - and Lydia explains which 12-1 chance she is backing now for the Paddy Power Stayers' Hurdle at the Festival. #CheltenhamFestival #RoadToCheltenham…
 
Plenty of the big Christmas contests come under the microscope as Lydia and Ruby look at some of the most talented novice chasers from the season so far and the big two-mile hurdle races on both sides of the Irish Sea.Expect all of the usual pinpoint analysis, friendly disagreements and an inevitable mention or two of Altior in the latest episode o…
 
On The Wire is back for a Christmas Special with Johnny and Dukey joined by Gavin Lynch. Dukey speaks of dealing with Stockholm Syndrome and potential new love, while looking ahead to four cracking days' racing. Gavin has some strong fancies at Limerick and Leopardstown, while we have Christmas naps from Fran Berry, Patrick Mullins and Donn McClean…
 
The power of a positive mind is easier said than done. In a world that promotes so much negativity it can be challenging and at times feel impossible. The world has so many challenges and obstacles that can make in hard to stay in a state of happiness. We truly believe that thinking, acting and behaving consistently in a positive way is a skill tha…
 
POA is a powerful concept when you start wrapping your head around it. Your life is made up of the people you spend the most time with. So, ask your self who you are spending the most time with and do they align with your values and beliefs? Sometimes the hardest thing in life is realizing that some individuals or groups we once valued may no longe…
 
Having the right mindset is everything. Learning about the way a rich mind and a poor mind operate can be eye opening. Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard; words to live by. Why do we constantly fall victim to why others are high achievers, excelling in life and seamlessly getting everything they want? It always comes down to minds…
 
Grade One action at Fairyhouse comes under the microscope for Lydia and Ruby in Episode Three. Could Honeysuckle clash with Epatante in the big one and who else is there among the top two-milers? What did we learn from Thyme Hill's Newbury success? How good could Zanahiyr be? And some lessons in good grammar from Lydia!…
 
On this episode, Steve and Taylor discuss some key differences between what it means to be a true entrepreneur versus having entrepreneurial tendencies. We have been living in an era of entrepreneurship for quite some time now. It's evident that the lifestyle is viewed attractively by most people, however the ability to actually create it and keep …
 
It's the second show in the new series of the #RoadToCheltenham and it's the Ryanair Chase and the Magners Gold Cup that come under particular scrutiny from Lydia Hislop and Ruby Walsh. Recent victories from Bristol De Mai and Presenting Percy come under the microscope in terms of future plans, while we find out whether Ruby is a Cyrname man or a C…
 
The #RoadToCheltenham returns! Lydia Hislop and Ruby Walsh are back for the 2020/21 season as they guide us through the action every week from now until the 2021 #CheltenhamFestival. This week, they unpick the action from Cheltenham and #Punchestown last weekend, and review some of the big races from the 2020 Festival.…
 
Nina and Greg discuss how the lack of misinformation governance, combined with the rapid advances in tech has become more dangerous and untrustworthy - and why we should question ourselves on what we think and believe.Designed as an extension of WIRED’s long-running live conference portfolio, these punchy and engaging podcasts feature the same high…
 
Get some tips as to how you might want to fill out your Tote Ten To Follow entry, as we find out the top 10 most popular horses so far, and hear from Jane Mangan on the horses she is expecting the best things from this season. Anthony Dunkley is joined by Jamie Hart from The Tote and Harry Allwood and Andy Stephens from racingtv.com.…
 
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