Wed, 9 July 2014
Airdrieonians Football Club are a Scottish professional football team based in Airdrie who are members of the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) and play in the SPFL Scottish League One. They were formed in 2002 as Airdrie United Football Club following the liquidation of theoriginal club. The club's official name was changed in 2013 with the SFA to the traditional name of Airdrieonians.
Paul Jack played as a professional football player throughout the '90's and known as an Airdrie Legend playing in the original Airdrie Football Club. During his career he played in not one but two Scottish Cup finals in front of a combined number of over 120,000 people!
Jack brings to life his experinces as a pro player, what day to day work was like, highs and lows and was an absolute pleasure to interview!!
Direct download: Episode_19_Paul_Jack_an_Airdrie_Legend_mixdown.mp3
Category:Society & Culture -- posted at: 1:00am MSK
Tue, 8 July 2014
“People want to see what you’re made of and they want to hear what you have to say. Do it well and they’ll like you. And if they like you, they’ll share your message with the world.” ~ Stefan Lindberg-Jones, Ginger Camel Head Guy
Ginger Camel are excellent at creating videos that make people think. Animations that make people smile. Photographs that take people somewhere unexpected. And then they donate them to the greater good of mankind. Haha!
Honestly though, the passion that Stefan and his team have for the work they do is incredible!
Each masterpiece belongs to their clients and earns its keep working for the greater good of their company: spreading their message to new customers and increasing the loyalty of existing ones.
But don’t just take Doha Heat’s word for it. Look inside their portfolio. Speak to some of the wonderful people they’ve worked with in Qatar.
Awesome company, awesome brand!
Mon, 7 July 2014
Sun, 6 July 2014
‘WE ARE CHANGING OUR CULTURE FROM WITHIN, BUT AT THE SAME TIME WE ARE RECONNECTING WITH OUR TRADITIONS. IT IS IMPORTANT FOR US TO GROW ORGANICALLY.’
H.E. Sheikha Al Mayassa, QM Chairperson
QM’s purpose as an organisation is to be a cultural instigator for the creation generation.
This is an ambition that they will deliver together as a group of museums and heritage sites to help fulfill the cultural goals of the 2030 Qatar National Vision. Their brand purpose also aligns with their organisational vision – to develop, promote and sustain the cultural sector at the highest standards.
At the heart of this, is commitments to helping Qatar originate art, culture and heritage experiences from within. This enables Qatar to have an extraordinary impact on the world and have the rest of the world understand Qatar in return.
QM aim to create and support the next generation of cultural audiences generating a national spirit of participation with an emphasis in inspiring audiences and producers of the future.
Thu, 3 July 2014
From day one week one to flying!!!
Aruna Kunnath at Shimmer Beauty & Shapers has grown exponentially since establishing her business in 2013.
Offering many pampering services, she has taken her market by storm with over 500 very regular clients and growing this podcast was a blast........
Wed, 2 July 2014
Set underground in people’s homes or in mysterious venues classed as ‘pop up kitchens’, guests have the chance to fraternise with strangers and enjoy all the food prepared according to the evening’s menu.
The SUPPER CLUB is here and you’ll LOVE IT!!!!!!!
Irum Asraf was born and raised in the North East of England, in the Untied Kingdom. She comes from a family of 7, fourth in line from a family of 5 siblings. Her mother was a selftaught cook having spent her childhood and early teenage years in the Punjab district of Pakistan, moving to Britain 35 years ago. Irum’s father on the other hand came from Amritsar in the Punjab district of India, and moved to the UK in the early 50’s. He lived in a house with several other bachelors from‘back home’ and took on an active role as the house cook.