7th AirWave Podcasting » Podcasts
The simplest way to find a podcast when reading this post is to press ctrl+f on a Windows PC or cmd+f on a Mac and type a keyword into the "find" popup box in the browser window.... for example: type shelley and links to a podcast relevant to Steve Shelley will be displayed, along with any other reference within this page. Use the up and down arrows within the box to scroll through the results. If you're using a mobile phone tap the share button ( a box with an arrow coming out of it) and swipe along the bottom icons until you see to "find on page" icon with the magnifying glass.
This post will be continuously updated so all podcasts will be shown here.
These podcasts are un-edited and raw, which I believe brings a element of authenticity to the conversations and I'm unapologetic about the varying sound quality. BUT we're looking to improve this as we move forward. We will be adding a comprehensive search facility as soon as possible. Many thanks for your patience and feel free to comment.
By Jessica Widdowson and Roger Cheetham/January 2020 /38:28
Jessica, Roger and Martin talk up Barnsley
and the importance of having a positive attitude going forward into the
2020's. Both for the young and older generations....
Episode 55: John Craike, Hathersage based accountant and tax adviser.
By John Craike/December 2019 /36:24
John talks about his long and interesting career in finance and his evolving business practice thoughts for the modern corporates.
By John Scott/December 2019 /36:43
John brings some good news about planning for the Hope Valley and talks about future plans for renewable energy use in the Peak District.
Episode 53: Haworth Ward-Drummond talks freely about life's challenges.
By Haworth Ward-Drummond/ November 2019 /30:14
Haworth explains how old and new technology evokes great memories about his father and the importance of community.
Episode 52: Angga Kara: social entrepreneur & creative consultant.
By Angga Kara/ December 2019 /35:05
Angga reveals his fascinating family history and background along with his own personal values, beliefs and everything in between that brought him to Sheffield.
Episode 51: Sophie Hattersley and Marika Blackham outline the APEX 2020 expedition.
By Sophie Hattersley and Marika Blackham/ November 2019 /11:03
Sophie and Marika outline the APEX 2020 expedition to Bolivia and the studies undertaken.
Episode 50: Harriet Tuckey and Chris Harle discuss the history behind the Silver Hut expedition..
By Harriet Tuckey and Chris Harle/ November 2019 /22:50
Harriet and Chris talk in depth about the Everest success, the Silver Hut and more legacy projects.
Episode 49: Gabriella Rossetti and Stuart Allan discuss the changing science of hypoxia
By Gabriella Rossetti and Stuart Allan/ November 2019 /11:05
Gabriella and Stuart challenge the conventional wisdom of hypoxia with new findings...
Episode 48: Allan Ogle from HallamFM Cash for Kids.
By Allan Ogle/ November 2019 /28:02
Allan Ogle talks about Mission Christmas and Cash for Kids...
Episode 47: Rob Taylor has a passion for promoting Sheffield....
By Rob Taylor/ November 2019 /24:58
Rob Taylor from 0114 Marketing has a passion for promoting Sheffield....
Episode 46: Suzanne reveals her passion for the Peak District.
By Suzanne Howard/ November 2019 /22:04
Suzanne talks about her long time passion for the Peak District and how it inspires her work..
Episode 45: Jon Naylor and Christopher Boos talk through the cardiology of hypoxia.
By Jon Naylor and Chris Boos/ November 2019 /13:40
Jon and Christopher talk through the cardiology of hypoxia and encourage all to go high.....
By Martin Bennett and Robin Eyre/ October 2019 /24:00
By Ches Moulton/ November 2019 /33:24
Ches Moulton, Stressmaster illuminates us on what makes one tick...
Episode 42: Roger Cheetham introduces the Rivers of Resilience workshop on the 26th October at the Sheffield Canal Basin.
Laura and Lindsay find out about each others different journeys and discover some hidden talents along the way.
Holly and Grey enjoy sharing life experiences in the Peak District, including woodland walks and well-dressing.
Becky Lyne talks about how to engage teenagers on health and organising wellbeing workshops across the generations.
Jeremy Windsor explains how we ALL can enjoy the outdoors and how the medics can support this ideal
Jennifer with some healthy, practical cleaning tips from Iceline Cleaning.
Darryl gives a great insight into what is behind the local printed copy that are the Voice Magazines
Roger and Chris share some great stories.
Rhys Davies talks about the new cafe revolution on Division Street, Sheffield
Karen Hodkinson and Graham Parkin share their thoughts on ...
Jo Cavalot and Diane Nicholls tidy up and declutter: their thoughts!
Mark and Jon get to know each other on crisp autumnal day in Kelham Island.
Jane and Jill extolls the virtues of keeping fit and the Peak District
Simon and Martin look at Accounting in a new light...
Tracey and Ben discuss charities, perceptions and ambition...
Andy and Phil keep to football and tribes. Boris only raised his head briefly...
Lorraine and Laura go green, go neighbourly and go caravanning. Climate control takes centre stage.
Tristan and Steve talk about change... climate change, industrial change and how we must change..
Episode 24: Anthony Baker and Jennifer Chrouch share some thoughts on homelessness and hoarding...and some uplifting ideas.
Anthony and Jennifer with thoughts on local issues.
Laura Billingham and Simon Green seek new opportunities, proving time is no barrier.
Jeannie McGinnis and Viktoria Garbett make time to compare notes.....
George Taylor and Katie Bain connecting people and playing games.
Emily and Tracey share some heartfelt experiences.
Mohammed Ramzan and Phil Morton putting the world to rights
Fiona and Rosie take on life and its challenges.
Ben and Rick communicating with and educating to all in the back of a van.
Lynne, Ericka and Chris relax after the Destination Depot networking..
Ajay and Marianne at the Angler's Rest in Bamford
Mel and Lexy losing the plot and all things alzheimers'
Paul Stimson and John Chapman talk about travelling and ancestry....
Olga, Jennifer and Ed go international at the Destination Depot
Kirsten, Laura and Matt
Tim and Michael give an insight into the Business centre and ask the question, Why?
Jim Sweeney and Karen Weir find things in common in Bamford.
Mariasha Reynolds, Laura Billingham and Sam Heritage get to know each other.
Penny Tapping and Wendy Tapping talk family business, charities and how we can all help.....
James Turnbull and Martin Spence talk about recent activities in the Hope Valley.
Peter and Si discuss the merits of the small business and how to succeed.
Mark and Paul get to know each other on a wet and windy day in Kelham Island.
Steve Dawson and Steve Knapp enjoy the success of the Business Zoo and other matters..
Richard Morello and David Whitney talk about their own experiences in the Hope Valley.
Kevin Flint and Anthony Marshall recall how they met in the Hope Valley and what's planned for the future.