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Wiredly Inspired is co-hosted by Steve Bliznicenko and Taylor Pasichnyk. Together 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 their last names it's because they are two contagious Canadians with a Ukrainian heritage, and yes....they do like perogies. Through a wide range of topics together or with guests, almost ...
 
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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 ...
 
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On this episode we have a very special guest Nicole Perry. This young lady is now in her thirties. The road to getting there was not easy, by no stretch of the imagination. Nicole had a very different upbringing than most people will ever experience. This young lady battled Cancer as a child and then again as a teenager. How many kids have to worry…
 
Coming up today, how humans have broken a fundamental law of the ocean and we look into the UK’s plan to sequence the genomes of up to 200,000 babies. The stories we talked about this week: Humans Have Broken a Fundamental Law of the Ocean https://www.wired.com/story/humans-broken-fundamental-law-ocean/ The UK Government Wants to Sequence Your Baby…
 
Ger Lyons is a two-time Classic winning trainer, has sent out over 1,000 winners from his Glenburnie base and is recognised as one of the powerhouses of Irish racing. Not a bad for - by his own admission - a "failed" jump jockey! In an interview first shown on The Friday Club, Racing TV's Kevin O'Ryan and Fran Berry speak to the straight-talking an…
 
Coming up today, nuclear fusion, treadmill hacking and Norway’s electric vehicle headache. The stories we talked about this week: Norway Is Running Out of Gas-Guzzling Cars to Tax https://www.wired.co.uk/article/norway-electric-vehicle-tax Locked Out of ‘God Mode,’ Runners Are Hacking Their Treadmills https://www.wired.co.uk/article/nordictrack-ifi…
 
Top jockey Sean Flanagan is lying low right now through injury but he's full of enthusiasm, as is son LJ, for Navan's Troytown card on Sunday as the County Meath track celebrates 100 years of racing. Sean talks through last weekend's big action, as well as Noel Meade's runners at Gowran and Navan.Bởi Racing TV
 
Ruby & Lydia unpick some of the main performances from Cheltenham's November meeting and the success of Fakir D'Oudaires in the Clonmel Oil Chase, while Ruby tries to answer exactly how and why My Drogo came down at Cheltenham on his novice chasing debut in 'Analyse This'.Bởi Racing TV
 
We have all heard the title phrase, an "attitude of gratitude" and there is so much power in living each day with this in mind. It is impossible to be grateful and unhappy at the same time. If you also look at the areas of your life that need the most improvement, chances are that they are also the areas you have been the least grateful. There are …
 
Coming up today, how RNA could help keep food fresh for longer and we explain why Salt Bae is the ultimate content machine. The stories we talked about this week: The Next Big Thing for RNA? Fixing Moldy Food https://www.wired.com/story/rna-crop-sprays-presticides/ Salt Bae’s Next Great Act? Endless Content https://www.wired.com/story/salt-bae-rest…
 
The Road To Cheltenham is back! Join Ruby Walsh and Lydia Hislop for the first episode of the new series, as they wrap up the early-season action including wins for Frodon, Zanahiyr, Bravemansgame, Third Time Lucki and much more.Ruby gives his take on the art of handicapping, and we hear about some of the horses that you, dear viewers, are already …
 
Move over Gigginstown House Stud, make way for Bective Stud! Well that's not what Noel Moran said, or Valerine, who doesn't make this episode but Noel did! He talks a staggering recent hit-rate, his big hopes for the season and how much is too much for a horse? Dukey dials in from fatherhood and Cheltenham, while the bunker doesn't prevent Johnny M…
 
Joshua Stacey and Andrew Blair White look ahead to the 2021 November Meeting at Cheltenham and outline early fancies for the weekends action. Prior to this, the lads reflect on Wincanton, Navan and Naas as well as the return of Chantry House at Sandown - is he a true Gold Cup contender?Bởi Racing TV
 
Coming up today, we look into a dementia detection breakthrough and find out why the cops got involved when a group of vigilante parents tried to take on their school’s broken IT system. These Parents Built a School App. Then the City Called the Cops https://www.wired.com/story/sweden-stockholm-school-app-open-source Learn more about your ad choice…
 
Joshua Stacey and Andrew Blair White look back on action from Down Royal and Wetherby, before looking ahead to racing this weekend at Aintree, Wincanton, Navan and Naas. Was it a tired fall for Shan Blue at Wetherby? Does Galvin's Champion Chase second make him a Gold Cup contender? Can Fil Dor, Mighty Potter and American Mike strike festival glory…
 
The power of network marketing is not new. Crypto and the blockchain system is not new. Raising kids and being young parents is not new. Being vulnerable and exploring your true potential is not new. What is new then, you ask? The hosts at Wiredly Inspired talk virtually with Colby and Jerry Ledinski as they Zoom in from Mexico and talk all things …
 
Coming up today, we delve into Mark Zuckerberg’s metaverse dream and look at an AI tool for verifying the age of children online. The stories we talked about this week: Look Over Here, Kids, It’s the Metaverse https://www.wired.com/story/facebook-connect-metaverse/ Inside the race to use hydrogen to heat our homes https://www.wired.co.uk/article/hy…
 
As if Down Royal were not interesting enough, Gordon Elliott's laying down the law with his jockeys has arguably made it even more compelling. We've two cracking cards at the Maze venue to go through with Dukey, Johnny, Johnny Mac and the Racing Post's Mark Boylan. We look back on Luxembourg and look ahead to Lisbon: will Dukey prove as in love wit…
 
Joshua Stacey and Andrew Blair White are joined by Charlie Poste, ex National Hunt Jockey and now young horse producer, to review the weekends action at Cheltenham and Aintree before looking ahead to top action at Down Royal, Ascot and Wetherby on Saturday. The cards include Zanahiyr, Frodon, Cyrname, Minella Indo and the return of Envoi Allen.…
 
Coming up today, drones versus horses and Berlin versus Elon Musk The stories we talked about this week: Elon Musk flew to Berlin to woo the locals. He failed https://www.wired.co.uk/article/tesla-berlin-gigafactory-opening The horse, the drone and the epic fight for gambling success https://www.wired.co.uk/article/horse-racing-drone Music by Filip…
 
For this particular episode at this particular time the Wiredlyinspired hosts decided to have some fun amongst themselves with a simple 'fireside" chat where they ask each other random but purposeful questions. Turn this one up on your next road trip, house chore endeavors, on the way to work drive or whenever the flip you feel like it. There is va…
 
Joshua Stacey and Andrew Blair White are joined by Matty Gill, work rider for Nicky Henderson, as he provides updates on exciting novice hurdlers, I Am Maximus, Jonbon and Queens River. Which exciting youngster could be the yards Supreme Novices’ Hurdle candidate? In addition to this, the lads look ahead to action returning at Cheltenham during the…
 
Coming up today, we ask a simple question: should we kill trillions of animals to save the planet? And try and work out why Squid Game became such a runaway success The stories we talked about this week: Music by Filip Hnizdo Produced and edited (remotely) by Matt Burgess Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Dukey is back! For good, or not? Who knows, certainly not Joseph O'Brien, nor Tony Mullins, who end up being asked for value in the greatest race of non-triers that will ever be. Before that market is setted, Joseph talks claimers, his 2022 aspirations, and a scatter of runners at Dundalk, Leopardstown and Ascot, where Princess Zoe bids to put a sm…
 
Introducing the Let’s Talk Racing Podcast to Racing TV. Joshua Stacey and Andrew Blair White dissect Chepstow’s Jumps Season Opener which featured Knappers Hill, Luttrell Lad, Magistrato and many more exciting jumps stars. Which horses should listeners take from the meeting going forward? As well as this, Bravemansgame made a winning start to his c…
 
Coming up today… a fun week at Facebook and the end of the zero-Covid dream. The stories we talked about this week: Why Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp All Went Down Today https://www.wired.com/story/why-facebook-instagram-whatsapp-went-down-outage/ Whistle-Blower Unites Democrats and Republicans in Calling for Regulation of Facebook https://www.…
 
Coming up today… we profile the climate crisis innovators and find out about the race for Cornish lithium The stories we talked about this week: This company is reinventing the lithium-ion battery https://www.wired.co.uk/article/lithium-ion-batteries-sila-nanotechnologies The race for Cornish lithium Published October 5, 2021 Music by Filip Hnizdo …
 
Just minutes after announcing the retirement of St Mark's Basilica, Aidan O'Brien joined us on On The Wire to talk about his hopes for that horse's future stallion career, as well as all of the other big contenders for the weekend, including Snowfall and Love in the Arc.Fran Berry, John McDonnell and host Johnny Ward also gave us their selections f…
 
Coming up today… big tech competition and why we need to rethink fish as food The stories we talked about this week: Microsoft is heading for a new antitrust showdown https://www.wired.co.uk/article/microsoft-antitrust-dmu-dma-bundling-slack The race to stop fish becoming the next factory farming nightmare https://www.wired.co.uk/article/future-of-…
 
It is becoming more and more apparent that Social Media is important and a powerful vehicle in our lives. We use it to stay connected, to meet new people and grow our businesses. We live in an era where Social Media platforms can literally make you rich over night, if you are one of the few that can crack the code. For the rest of us, though, if yo…
 
Coming up today… vaccine passports in France, and the unique loneliness of quitting your job during Covid. The stories we talked about this week: France’s vaccine passport worked – sort of https://www.wired.co.uk/article/france-vaccine-passport-health-pass Remote workers are trapped in a quitting nightmare https://www.wired.co.uk/article/remote-wor…
 
Trainer John McConnell joins On The Wire to talk about a scatter of runners he has at two of his local tracks, including a horse he thinks will take a hell of a lot of beating. We also look at Gowran Park on Saturday and we look back at an unbelievable Irish Champions Weekend with Johnny and Fran.Bởi Racing TV
 
Coming up today… the weird link between YouTube videos and a rise in Tourette’s-like symptoms in young women and we explore the fight for control of Afghanistan’s internet. The stories we talked about this week: They saw a YouTube video. Then they got Tourette’s https://www.wired.co.uk/article/tourettes-youtube-jan-zimmermann The battle for control…
 
Seamus Heffernan talks to us ahead of Longines Irish Champion Weekend while Johnny Ward and John McDonnell try to follow up last weekend's winning naps and Fran Berry reveals how news of his fame in the sport and as a broadcaster is yet to reach Twitter after he was ignominiously snubbed by the social media giant. Tune in now for the latest tips an…
 
Coming up today… Zoom dysmorphia is following us into the real world, plus animal abuse on YouTube The stories we talked about this week: Zoom dysmorphia is following us into the real world https://www.wired.co.uk/article/zoom-dysmorphia On YouTube, you’re never far from a dying kitten https://www.wired.co.uk/article/youtube-animal-abuse-rescue Mus…
 
Irish Champions Weekend is a week away and Johnny spoke to both Aidan O'Brien and Colin Keane ahead of the biggest two days on the Irish Flat calendar - with the enhanced value of bigger crowds at both meets than we have seen on a year and a half in Ireland. Fran admits he never rode in the Champion Stakes, but he could feel for Darryl Holland who …
 
On this episode, Wiredlyinspired had the pleasure of interviewing Matt Hamill, co-owner of Red Shed Malting. With Matt's background in finance, his passion for specialty malts and growing his family business, this episode was fun and packed with value! Matt believes in supporting local and putting Canadian ingredients at the forefront of a booming …
 
Coming up today… the startups selling ball boosting supplements, and is your name ruining life The stories we talked about this week: Is your name ruining your life? https://www.wired.co.uk/article/name-discrimination They wanted big balls. This startup said it could help https://www.wired.co.uk/article/microbiome-testicles-umzu Music by Filip Hniz…
 
Welcome to Food People, a show from Bon Appétit made by, for, and about people who love food. Each week, BA’s editorial director Amanda Shapiro asks a serious or not-so-serious food question: What’s the best way to grill chicken? Can meal prep be less terrible? Are air fryers worth the hype? In search of answers or at least a spirited debate, she’l…
 
The rising star of the weighing room, Ben Coen, joins us this week - or does he? As with Ben, everything is laid back, and he talks about winning the Ebor and his unbeaten brother. It's a cracking Friday in Ireland at the Curragh and we also look at Tipperary. But will Fran ever return to the beach and why did Kevin Prendergast stand him up?…
 
This week we get the exclusive hopes of the two Longines Irish Champions Weekend CEO's; how many are they expecting to attend? Fran is live from York, where he's the subject of our envy, and Johnnys Ward and Mac have to make do with dialling in from Ireland. Our main focus is the superb Curragh card and Saturday's, with the Debutante and Futurity t…
 
Coming up today… how Afghans are racing to erase their online lives, and the wild logistics of the Istanbul canal The stories we talked about this week: Afghans are racing to erase their online lives https://www.wired.co.uk/article/afghanistan-social-media-delete The wild logistics of the Istanbul Canal megaproject https://www.wired.co.uk/article/i…
 
Coming up today… Apple’s controversial new child safety tool and we look at the rise of office tribes The stories we talked about this week: Apple Walks a Privacy Tightrope to Spot Child Abuse in iCloud https://www.wired.com/story/apple-csam-detection-icloud-photos-encryption-privacy/ Hybrid office tribes are here, and they’re a problem https://www…
 
Gavin Lynch is back! One of the most respected judges in Ireland has some fancies at the Curragh and Tramore, while he pushes his Coast To Curragh cycle, with Fran Berry doing all he can to avoid getting on a bicycle next month – but we haven't given up! Will Reilly might get involved yet, the Bar One guru all set for the return of Dundalk on Sunda…
 
On this episode we explore the power of Personal Development. The importance of the extensive practice, and why you may want to incorporate certain aspects for a stronger quality of life is evident when your desire to grow as an individual becomes a burning internal force. There are an abundant of resources, strategies, perspectives, and mentors in…
 
There's a lot to get through this week: from Galway to Baaeed; from Dukey's Trains, Planes and Automobiles ride to Galway to his smoking with a mask on; from Ado McGuinness' Galway double to keeping on the straight and narrow; from looking ahead to Cork to the Curragh with an in depth look at the Phoenix Stakes.…
 
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