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Conversations with the best thought leaders on the non-financial side of family office work. Join host Joe Reilly as we learn from the top thinkers around wealth in families, inheritance, philanthropy and issues of wealth in the larger society. Great stories, insights and inspiration for the family principal or family office executive.
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Ed Slater and Sam Roberts co-host a podcast discussing the gift of Rugby Union. Talking to a variety of very famous rugby people, Ed and Sam explore the idea of what rugby gives you. In each episode, a guest will put forward an item of personal memorabilia to auction on behalf of the Ed's cause '4ED'. Please follow the link provided for more details.
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Join Maria Merola Wold and her husband Gary Wold every Sabbath (Saturday) morning at 10:00 a.m. PST, as they read the Weekly Towrah Portions, followed by a session of Q & A, and open discussion with live guests. Gary & Maria also share special teachings occasionally on a specific topic pertaining to prophecy, sound doctrine, or exposing heresies.
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The Shared Inheritance Project is a grassroots organization dedicated to the belief the common heritage of Eastern Christianity provides unique and effective answers to the challenges of the modern age. Its rich theology and mystical spirituality helps us understand what it means to be human, to see the world as it is, and provides a path to embody and grow, through deep and transforming experiences, in the Image and Likeness of God. Subscribe and donate at: http://Shared-Inheritance.com
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Tiny Expeditions is all about taking little journeys into the tiny science of genetics, DNA and inheritance. This podcast doesn't shy away from science, but it's produced with you in mind. Everyone should be able to listen and walk away feeling smarter about the genetic code that defines the world around us.
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Many Christians don’t know they are heirs of God and that they have an inheritance in Christ. Some even believe God withholds from them. Others simply don’t realize everything the Father has belongs to them—now! Join Gloria Copeland and Pastor George Pearsons in these 10 episodes for the reading of “The Will.” You’ll find out you are an heir to your Father’s vast fortune. You’ll learn how to see yourself as God sees you. You will discover what is included in your inheritance, and learn how t ...
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*Empowering those who are OVERLOOKED... training ALL from regression and preparing them for profession. Though it seems unimaginable, GOD allows the impossible, unseen, unheard, unexpected and unexplainable to manifest! Want to be a witness to significance and fruition! Join me as we “INHERit” GOD’s blessings to regain a happily ever after story! We’re bringing people to the nation without hesitation. “It’s a pleasure to serve than be served. My duty is to bring the beauty by bringing the in ...
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Do you feel drained, stressed, and exhausted from the daily family dynamics and guilty at the end of the day for how you reacted with your children? You're not alone. If you want to transform your family dynamics from chaotic and emotionally draining to mindful, mutually respectful, empathic, and enjoyable, you can! Hi, I’m Karemi. I’m a Certified Conscious Parenting Coach and a mother. My work is dedicated to helping you – the parent – raise children with love, mindfulness, and emotional pr ...
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Adam Hills is a seriously funny man, and most well known as host of Channel 4’s hugely successful The Last Leg on Friday nights. Born in Sydney without a right foot, he turned his disability to his advantage and often referred to it in his comedy. His first stand up show was in 1997, and he became a hit at the Melbourne International comedy festiva…
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“Generativity is the human impulse to nurture, to do good things for the next generation and to see myself, my life, in a sense, being extended through the possibilities in my children and grandchildren.” Today, in conjunction with the James E Hughes Jr. Foundation, I’d like to present my interview with one of Jay’s longtime collaborators John A. W…
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The Grand Tour presenter and lover of high-speed adventures Richard Hammond, was born in Birmingham, the eldest of three boys, and describes himself growing up as ‘a little fella’ in a close-knit family. His first broadcasting experience, and love, was not TV but local radio and as bass guitar player we wondered what his Inheritance Tracks might be…
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Millions of cricket fans all over the world have grown up with Jonathan Agnew’s voice as he’s expertly guided us through the highs and lows of the best sport ever invented. He’s joined Test Match Special in 1991 after a very successful career as a fast bowler for Leicestershire and a slightly less successful career as a fast bowler for England – wh…
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Iain Stirling started doing stand-up while studying law at University in Edinburgh and quickly drew the attention of the comedy world. Soon after, his popularity grew, and now sells out venues all over the country. In 2015 he became the voice of ITV2's dating show Love Island. He also clearly loves music so we asked him to share with us the song th…
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The London born ceramic artist Keith Brymer-Jones, who regularly wells up when he’s moved by beauty and effort on The Great Pottery Throw Down, was eleven years old when he made his first pottery object. After a brief stint in the punk band The Wigs, he got an apprenticeship at Harefield Pottery in London and learned to make modern ceramics. We ask…
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George Marcus wrote a book you probably haven’t heard of, but should. It is called Lives in Trust and it was published in 1992 and is $146 on Amazon right now. Professor Marcus is an anthropologist who studied tribes in Tonga and then applied what he learned to study dynastic wealth in families starting in Texas. The book has great essays on the HL…
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Join Katherine as she talks with Sheri Karpa, CPA at Opsahl Dawson, about what inheritors need to know about taxes after someone dies. Learn more about Sunnybranch wealth: www.sunnybranchwealth.com Download the FREE Sunnybranch guides for inheritors: www.sunnybranchwealth.com/newsletter-download Connect with Opsahl Dawson: www.opsahlco.com/ Disclos…
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Owain Wyn Evans has been working in broadcasting since he was 18. He's an accomplished television and radio presenter and shot to superstardom during the pandemic in 2020 as the drumming weather presenter playing along to the BBC News Theme. He became a viral sensation and in 2021 he raised an extraordinary £3million for Children in Need by drummin…
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Using extracts from all the interviews we have conducted, we have put together a special episode examining the idea of 'What it takes to be an England Rugby player'. Focusing on the way resilience, commitment, perseverance and hard work plays such a key role in developing a young athlete, this episode explores how the sport's best performers got to…
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When he’s not working on his own gin brand, or his latest book, or guest editing the Today programme former petrol head James May is perhaps best known as the thinking man’s car guy from Top Gear and Grand Tour. His trademark wry humour and self-deprecation make him an interesting TV presenter, no matter what he turns his attention to and he’s an e…
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Opera singer Wynne Evans was indelibly etched into the UK’s collective TV watching consciousness when he played Gio Compario - the moustachioed opera singer in those famous comparison site adverts. Born in South-West Wales, Wynne is a professionally trained opera star and his operatic roles have seen him onstage at major opera houses here in the UK…
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Writer, comedian and broadcaster Sandi Toksvig was born in Denmark to a Danish father and English mother and was brought up in Europe, Africa and the United States. She’s done it all; politics, children's books, theatre plays, the great British Bake Off, and taken part in pretty much every panel show worth its salt, including of course hosting QI, …
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Kelvin Fletcher is best known for his portrayal of Andy Sugden in Emmerdale, a role he played for twenty years, and for which he won Best Actor at the British Soap awards for his portrayal. When he was just six years old he went to Oldham Theatre Workshop where, before getting his big break in 1996. He’s a father of four and a keen motor racer, and…
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Today we are speaking with Gunther Weil. Gunther has known some of the 20th century’s most interesting psychologists including Carl Rogers, Abraham Maslow, Gordon Allport, Timothy Leary and Henry Murray as well as such names as Tony Robbins and Eckhart Tolle. We talk about them, his journey in and out of the psychedelic world, and his later work wi…
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Before Lucy Worsley became a fixture on our TV screens as a trusted architectural and social historian she wanted to be either a spy, a witch or a nun. But her father was a geologist and he wanted Lucy to be a scientist, so when she switched from the sciences to the humanities he was unimpressed and told her she’d never earn a living with a history…
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This edition of Inheritance Tracks are chosen by Jonathan Ranganathan – better known, of course, by his middle name, Romesh. The comedian, presenter and DJ was born in West Sussex in the late 1970s to Sri Lankan parents. When he was 11, a friend left a cassette-tape at his house – labelled Public Enemy. Romesh listened – and that day, his love of h…
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Recorded live in front of a packed Captain's Lounge at Kingsholm, Jonny Wilkinson gives Sam Roberts and Ed Slater a rare insight into the way he played the game. He talks about growing up, his formative years with Newcastle, the move to Toulon and a decorated England career, which saw him win the Rugby World Cup in 2003. This is an indepth and fasc…
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Join Katherine as she talks with Ashley Sundar, estate attorney and founder of Sundar Law, about what inheritors need to know about wills, trusts, and probate. Learn more about Sunnybranch wealth: www.sunnybranchwealth.com Download the FREE Sunnybranch guides for inheritors: www.sunnybranchwealth.com/newsletter-download Connect with Sundar Law: www…
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If farmer, TV presenter and writer Adam Henson was a stick of rock the word Cotswolds would be sweetly written through him. He’s loved by millions of Countryfile viewers and probably a lot of lambs, Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs, Highland cattle and horses too. And he knows a thing or two about how food gets from farm to fork being an ambassador fo…
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The actor, writer, comedian and Radio 4 treasure, Miles Jupp has been delighting audiences for decades; from Balamory to The News Quiz and Rev. Miles recently shared the news that he’d suffered a brain seizure - requiring complex neurosurgery. Happily, he’s has made a good recovery, and he's about to go on tour...no doubt with his favourite music p…
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Derren Brown amazes audiences with his extraordinary illusions and showmanship, as a mentalist and magic creator. He captivates with his charm and is also disarmingly forthright and emotionally eloquent which is evident in his writing, podcast Bootcamp and painting. Born in London and brought up in Purley, which he describes as the epitome of middl…
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From the moment he became a cub scout in Sussex in the 1970s, Tim Peake wanted to have adventures. He joined the army...became an Apache helicopter pilot...and then set his sights even higher...A LOT higher. As an astronaut, he became the first Brit to walk in space during a voyage to the International Space Station. But what kind of music did he l…
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