Canada Marine Gora talks about the podcast "A Pan"
Alba-Center Thiemann enjoys play-free days
The constantly stressed basketball players from Alba Berlin are enjoying the current short break to the fullest. After almost always having to play three games in a week for months, the Berliners now only have one game to play in eleven days. «That is pure luxury. I'm really grateful that we don't have such a grueling game plan these weeks, ”said international Johannes Thiemann.
ELLE à Table joins the podcast "A Pan" to make you discover 48 hours in advance the universe of a cook or the world of catering. Today, it is Marine Gora, boss and co-founder of Gramme, who confides in Julie Gerbet, the pen behind the microphone.
In the micro-kitchen of this brilliant coffee shop in the 3rd arrondissement, Marine Gora prepares cooked, unique and exquisite dishes, anchored in their territory and tinged with the personal history of the boss.
In this place that she opened with her Roman partner, the couple had to face - like so many others - confinement and forced closure. Now, they have been able to bounce back and offer a little of their universe in take away and click & collect.
After hype about GameStop shares & Co: Will Clubhouse now become the anti-Reddit?
podcasts, open discussions with experts and exclusivity: Clubhouse meets the zeitgeist and is currently experiencing a real hype. When it comes to stock market events, the audio-based social network app could even develop into an anti-Reddit.
Professional referral rather than retraining; breaking management codes; to undertake in two; work on instinct; banh mi dog; future ambitions; and fields of infinite possibilities, Marine Gora tells us everything.
Confidences that we invite you to savor here exclusively for 48 hours, before this podcast is broadcast on traditional listening platforms.
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Waub Rice is back behind the mic on a new podcast .
Though author, journalist and broadcaster Waubgeshig Rice moved on from his career with CBC to focus on his literary career, given his last role with them as host of CBC Radio Sudbury’s UpNorth, it seems natural he would continue talking on air – in one form or another. That form is a podcast, a natural fit. The unscripted part, less so. “Coming from the broadcast journalism world where everything is scripted and everything is planned down to the minute, it's been kind of funny, breaking that mold myself,” said Rice. “I sort of found myself reverting to having been a host, I was like, “Oh, I have to steer the conversation’.