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An inspiring, outspoken speaker, author, podcaster and regular media commentator, June O'Sullivan MBE is Chief Executive of the London Early Years Foundation (LEYF), one of London’s largest and most successful charitable social enterprises, operating 42 award-winning nurseries in some of London’s most disadvantaged areas.Her monthly ‘real talk’ and no-holds-barred podcasts dive into the questions, topics and debates on all things Early Years, Parenting and Social Business – plus much, much more.
 
Welcome to the Ford Mustang The First Generation, The Early Years podcast, every week we will have conversations with collectors, experts, weekend warriors and those in the know when it comes to First Generation ponies. Start your engines and let’s go!
 
Confused by all the parenting resources? Looking for the definitive voice? Let our experts cut through the noise. Subscribe to the Bright Horizons® podcast, "Teach. Play. Love. Parenting Advice for the Early Years." Listen as parents and early childhood educators come together to cull the competing advice, separate fact from fiction, and focus on what does – and doesn’t – matter during these early years. Be more confident, have less worry…and let Bright Horizons help make parenting the joy i ...
 
Hypergrowth: the early years is a series that examines the path to growth of the most successful tech companies. Through interviews with early employees, we’ll dissect the black box of early growth, so you can better understand the product decisions, channel exploration, and early hires that helped kickstart the growth journey in the early days. Created by Basis Set Ventures, a venture capital fund investing in early-stage technology companies that fundamentally transform the way people work ...
 
How do young children learn, and how can adults help them? This album looks at how nursery teachers support children in their development. We follow a practitioner’s day, looking at how she works with children, observes and plans for further activities while she also records her thoughts and ideas using a video camera. Further video tracks reveal how creativity is nurtured in young children to develop their abilities, how an artist in residence works with nursery children, as well as how the ...
 
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Three things I know I have in common with Dan Talbot, today’s guest. Love of Classic Mustangs, love of motorcycles and love for our cats. His cat Macavity can be seen chillin’ while Dan works on his machines. Also, there’s no cooler site than seeing a 1966 Classic Mustang trailing a 1921 Model T. Let’s chat about all machines, from Western Australi…
 
Full time car hobbyist, retired machinist Merle Gallant was introduced to me by way of his daughter Kim, also an avid Classic Mustang superfan. Looking forward to heading down the road several decades to talk Classic Mustangs and a love of community and cars. Welcome Merle to Ford Mustang The Early Years podcast. Ford Mustang, The Early Years Podca…
 
Sometimes quirky, often funny but most assuredly wise, Jeff Ford has been producing and hosting his Youtube Channel for years and hundreds of videos. His off-beat, raw footage leaves no doubt that what you see is what you get, and that’s a good thing. Formerly the editor of Mustang Monthly for a handful of years until 2002 – he knows his stuff. Jef…
 
While creative art activities may seem like something that is “just for fun,” they are actually key elements to child development. Remember to let your child take charge of the artistic process! Your job is to provide the rich environment and materials. Then allow your child to take the creative lead. In this episode, Rachel and Claire discuss the …
 
Car enthusiast, podcast host, and Head of Auctions of Bring A Trailer auctions, Howard Swig is no stranger to car valuation, the car community and you guessed it classic Mustangs. Let’s hear about his journey and what’s in his garage and all about his love of cars. Welcome to Ford Mustang, The Early Years. Are you a business guy turned car enthusia…
 
Vintage cars, road trips, cocktails, food, and more…sounds like the right formula for the modern renaissance woman. Television host, travel writer car chic, and sommelier. Let's talk all that and Classic Mustangs too with Heather Storm. Heather, welcome to Ford Mustang The Early Years Podcast. I don’t want to bury the lead — legit sommelier? Wine l…
 
While separation anxiety can be tough for both parents and children, it’s reassuring to know it happens because we love each other so very much. Establishing daily routines and rituals – paired with patience and grace -- will help your child trust the process. And YOU can find comfort in knowing that your child is in good hands, even on the most di…
 
If you want your Classic Mustang to look just like it rolled off the assembly line, today is the day to tune in. Mike Schulz has done just that and is here to share some hacks, tricks and tactics he used to make his BOSS 302 look like it’s showroom new. Ford Mustang, The Early Years Podcast -- Guest Interview Application Do you own a early year Mus…
 
At what age should a child understand the concept of sharing, and how do we give them tools to develop this important life skill? Join our early childhood experts Rachel Robertson and Claire Goss as they share developmentally appropriate expectations around taking turns and sharing, how to practice and model sharing with your child, and when it’s a…
 
15 states, 12 days, 4417 miles and 16.7 miles per gallon creating priceless memories and tons of new friends, from the Rockies to Long Island New York, quite the road trip. Throw in there a 1968 Shelby GT 350 convertible and you’ve got yourself something quite special. Here to talk about the journey, not the destination, welcome Brad and Josh Glass…
 
If you’ve been in the car collectable world for even a short period of time you’ve heard the name Hagerty probably from multiple sources and for multiple reasons. For me personally Hagerty represents trustworthiness, a pristine reputation for fairness in premiums as an insurance provider and truthfulness in classic valuation as well. Plus they put …
 
June has been using the word, ‘pedagogy’ for many years and is now beyond delighted that LEYF can employ Pedagogy Coaches to support its nurseries understand how to embed pedagogy in their daily practice. Listen to June chat with Siobhan, Konstantinos and Ricky, who explain the role of a Pedagogy Coach at LEYF and how it helps to builds a quality p…
 
Recorded poolside at my home in Ojai, California, meet George – owner, inventor, founder of Bangin Headlights.. I’ve driven a few dark roads that no matter how much my high beams put out, it just can't compare to today’s high tech lights…until now. Not only is George a Classic Mustang enthusiast and owner, he’s an entrepreneur with a dream – to bri…
 
Ford Mustang community, welcome back to episode 111 and welcome back to our guest Jonathan Campagna. He’s been on the show sharing his mechanical wisdom, his acumen, and enthusiasm as a Classic Mustang owner, and today he's back to talk about outfitting the best garage set-up. Now be forewarned, what is best for Jonathan is definitely different tha…
 
Curiosity is an important skill that enhances cognitive and social-emotional development, gives your child confidence, and contributes to their love of learning. If your child is asking you a question, instead of answering, try responding with, "what do you think?" or "let's find out." Minimizing direction and instruction will help your child build…
 
Growing up just outside of Happy Valley Pennsylvania, our guest today is Bruce Gamble, retired naval flight officer, military historian and long time Classic Mustang enthusiast. His ‘67 red convertible 289 he purchased in rough shape back in 1994. Fully restored in 2004, we will let him share the full story of the rebuild including how it was nearl…
 
Small developmental milestones, such as stranger awareness and imaginative play, give children the chance to think, process, wonder, and act on their curiosity. These minor, often overlooked, milestones can signify growth in cognitive, social, emotional,language, and motor skills. Learn from our early childhood experts, Rachel Robertson and Claire …
 
When it comes to Classic Mustangs we don’t usually talk about high tech words like going viral, but our guests today Josh and Mike Michels have flipped the script, at least for us. The build, a 1968 Mustang fastback is aptly named AmeriKANDY and on my Instagram page, as of the recording of this episode, has gotten nearly 820,000 views, nearly three…
 
Ford Mustang community, today is a story about men and their machine. Pat Dunbar, a fan of the show, is sharing his journey and the journey of a close friend Bill Bevard. Here’s a portion of his email to our production team. “I am writing to you about the story of my 12 year restoration of my 1970 Boss 302. He has done the majority of the work on t…
 
Introduction: In any language, Bullitt is synonymous with classic beauty. Strong lines, stronger stance and power unmatched by her contemporaries. Today guest Charl du toit brings his Bullitt to our podcast. Excited to talk about muscle cars, and the international pull of the Mustang brand. Today’s guest: Charl du toit Ford Mustang, The Early Years…
 
Some love math, many hate it, but we all need it. And no matter how you feel about it, it’s critical to your child’s development. Take another listen to this episode as Rachel Robertson and Ruth Fidino discuss appropriate math activities for your child. Go beyond counting, teach the bigger concept of numbers and what they stand for, and find out ho…
 
Joseph Troise is the author of two books on automobiles, as well as many articles on classic cars and automotive history. His work has appeared in Autoweek and Road & Track, San Francisco Chronicle, Hemmings Classic Car and many more. Joseph is also a former Market Analyst for the Kelley Blue Book, and part of the development team for Kelley’s Earl…
 
Celebrating the publication of their new book: Social Leadership in Early Childhood Education and Care: An Introduction, June and Mona sit down for a frank discussion about social leadership. By narrating the leadership of those who already lead with a social purpose in Early Childhood Education and Care, we can encourage more conversations about s…
 
With the approach of summer comes camps, family vacations, and outdoor fun. But you may be wondering, when will you have time to prepare your child for the new school year? Luckily, outdoor fun encourages learning for your child. Play contributes to the imagination and encourages healthy risk-taking. When we’re outside moving our bodies, we’re doin…
 
Sometimes you just need a good mechanic that you can call on to know the answers and help you get to the root of the problem. With 40+ years of experience Barry Wilson is that guy. When not helping one his 13 employees in his shop that specializes in classics, he’s partnering with his daughter Lindsay on their buy/sell classic car site. Let’s see w…
 
Ford Mustang Early Years community, today’s guest Colin Comer regularly writes for Hagerty Media including Hagerty Driver’s Club, he covers everything related to cars including news, reviews, maintenance, market trends and more. As a guy that has owned hundreds in his lifetime, he comes today chock filled with knowledge and wisdom. Let’s tap into s…
 
Ford Mustang, The Early Years Podcast -- Guest Interview Application ============ Ford Mustang community, today we take a step back to the future. We all know the future of the brand is in the hands of the next generation. Today our guest is Kevin Eubanks – and Kevin represents the next generation loving the Mustang brand, classic Mustangs specific…
 
Do you enjoy listening to an honest, funny, down to earth conversation? That sums up June's chat with serial social entrepreneur Karen Lynch. June met Karen many years ago when Karen was invited to rescue Belu Water which was in debt and its future was looking unsustainable. She stayed, turned it round and left it last year in a good place able to …
 
Today is a great father son project story and it started here as a message from today’s guest: “I bought the car when it was a rolling painted body. It didn't have its engine in it, the trans, nor the driveshaft. The seats had been redone, but everything else in the interior still needed to be finished. For us, the car was a father/son restoration …
 
Does it seem like your child’s favorite word is “no” these days? Why are they suddenly opposed to everything? Find out what’s really going on and how to get through this frustrating phase from our own early childhood experts, Rachel Robertson and Claire Goss. Learn why saying “no” is a positive milestone and hear how to nurture your child’s emotion…
 
Before I introduce our guest I want to share his post in my Facebook Group, Classic Mustang Connection – Here it is: Bought my car out of a Sunday newspaper ad. First time my dad saw it he said to put it back on the trailer and take it to the junk yard. Three months of working after work and working weekends I couldn’t keep him out of it. He toured…
 
Our 100th episode, a true milestone – Thanks for all your support, encouragement and contribution to make this passion project podcast a huge success. Michael Chance and his son Tyler are the father, son team from Texas operate MyRod.com from an old converted airplane hanger. What’s inside is a feast for the eyes if you are a classic car lover. The…
 
Why is child poverty not on the agenda? It’s a horrible situation that doesn’t just affect the child but the wider society. In this podcast I am discussing the issue with Katherine Hill who is the Strategic Project Lead for the London Child Poverty Alliance.Oleh June O'Sullivan
 
Biting, hitting, kicking, “I hate you!” Why does physically aggressive behavior happen in the early years? Where does it come from, and what can you do to deal with it proactively and manage it in the moment? Our early childhood experts Rachel Robertson and Claire Goss explain the many different underlying reasons why your young child might get phy…
 
Exhaust manifolds, distributors, family and his blue 1965 Mustang coupe. It’s easy to see what today’s guest loves most. In Costa Rica you will find Nestor Chaves working hard and playing hard. Today we have him on Ford Mustang The Early Years podcast. Ford Mustang, The Early Years Podcast -- Guest Interview Application ============ Do you own a ea…
 
They say that three times is the charm. Well in Rob Staples’ case maybe that number should be four. Four swings, 3 misses – to find the ideal Classic Mustang. But word on the street has it that Rob is a tenacious guy, and his fourth time at the plate landed him virtually in LA – and a 2+2 Fastback 1965 A code for $35K. A true beauty – I am excited …
 
“Where do babies come from?” Your child’s inevitable questions are coming — but when? What if they come up in inopportune moments or places? How should you answer? On this episode, early childhood experts (and moms!) Rachel Robertson and Claire Goss share guidance and personal tips. Tune in to learn how to prepare for body conversations, make every…
 
In this new season of my podcast I take each episode to walk you through my latest book ' Bringing Hygge into the Early Years.' In this first episode I begin by sharing my hygge journey with you and we start to unpick what hygge is and how you can discover it for yourself.Oleh Hygge in the Early Years
 
Whilst filming on-set with her newborn son, Charlotte Riley became very aware of how the lack of childcare was detrimental to the careers of so many women and men working in the film industry. She soon recognised that the kind efforts to support her bringing her baby on set could work for the lead actor but it was not an option for the hundreds of …
 
People’s Choice Awards Virtual Mustang Car Show Entries close on Feb 28th With categories like: Hunk of lovable junk A Mustang only mom could be proud of Awesome patina award My other car is a mustang too Longest project ever And many more This people’s choice awards show is open to ANY mustang owner Proceeds benefit cancer research $20 donations a…
 
Your child’s brain is hardwired to categorize things — so they’re going to notice and ask about differences. The question is: how should you respond? Join early childhood experts Rachel Robertson and Melanie Brooks to find out how to explore race with your child in a sensitive, positive manner. Plus, learn how to use play, books, images, and experi…
 
People's Choice Awards Classic Mustang Car Show: TheMustangPodcast.com/show Hot Rods and Hot Wings: TheMustangPodcast.com/wings About today's guest: Donald Farr has been a Mustang owner since 1970 and involved in the Mustang hobby as a journalist and editor since 1977. His first assignments were for the Shelby American Automobile Club and for a new…
 
Time to Put Empathy at the Heart of Pedagogy June got to know Helen Garnett when she met her at an Empathy Lab event and was enthralled by her description of the word ‘empathy’. It was a light-bulb moment. June soon realised that both children and adults were not born with a given level of empathy. On the contrary. It is developed throughout each o…
 
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