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CAA on General Aviation

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CAA on General Aviation

UK Civil Aviation Authority

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The General Aviation podcast brings you the latest guidance from the UK Civil Aviation Authority with information for all types of General Aviation (GA) operating in the UK. Including updates and discussions on our current projects and areas of work. You’ll hear interviews with representatives from our GA teams, experts on their particular fields, sharing details of their work and regulatory updates as well as highlighting opportunities for members of the UK GA community to get involved.
 
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CAAUcast

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CAAU Joice Berth - UFRR

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Com debates, entrevistas e bate-papos descontraídos, o CAAU Joice Berth - UFRR traz um conteúdo divertido e ainda informativo voltado para a comunidade acadêmica durante o período de quarentena.
 
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CAA Safety files

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CAA Safety files

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This series looks at occurrence, incident or accident reports that have been published throughout the different areas of the UK aviation industry. Each episode will focus on a different report. We'll talk about what can be learned from it, and also hear from experts who will cover the relevant safety guidance.
 
James Caan discusses his impressive career and offers his top tips on running a successful business. As one of the UK’s most successful businessmen, his name has become synonymous with entrepreneurship. James also discusses his latest entry into the digital realm with his new app, James Caan Business Secrets. Moderated by editor from The Sunday Times, Paul Croughton, at the Apple Store, Covent Garden, London.
 
Hello. My name is Christopher Ayo and welcome to the CaayoProcess This is a beginning to the podcasting show but in the form similar to vlogs or even blogs but through audio. Whether it be questions, small quotes, random inspirations throughout the day or progress made in my daily life, being able to document that through audio form and to keep myself accountable allows me to see progression - the ups and downs - of what life is like through my eyes. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/c ...
 
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CAAT Podcast

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CAAT Podcast

Campaign Against Arms Trade

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Campaign Against Arms Trade is a UK-based organisation working to end the international arms trade. The arms business has a devastating impact on human rights and security, and damages economic development. Large scale military procurement and arms exports only reinforce a militaristic approach to international problems.
 
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CAA Drone safety

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CAA Drone safety

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Drone safety brings you the latest guidance from the UK Civil Aviation Authority with information for all types of drone operators, from hobbyists and enthusiasts to commercial operators. You’ll hear interviews with experts from across the drone industry, along with details about rule changes and the different types of approval that may be needed.
 
Promover a comunicação entre os alunos do campus São Carlos da Universidade de São Paulo e a diretoria do Centro Acadêmico Armando Salles de Oliveira Aproximar os alunos de atividades culturais, acadêmicas, extracurriculares e de extensão universitária através de notícias que serão difundidas pelo portal de comunicação Pretende-se estreitar os laços entre os alunos, o Centro Acadêmico, a Reitoria e as prefeituras do campus e da cidade através da divulgação de seus eventos e de notícias perti ...
 
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CAA On Air

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CAA On Air

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On Air brings you updates from the UK CAA's Innovation team which works with organisations to support new aviation related products and services. You'll hear about the latest work in areas such as advanced air mobility, UAS traffic management (UTM) and operating beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) along with interviews from the experts involved in these projects.
 
Masters and Mavericks is an exclusive podcast dedicated to innovation in global marketing. Hosted by Textappeal and Newsroom founder Elliot Polak, Masters and Mavericks is a monthly program designed to highlight individuals as well as organisations that are disrupting tried-and-true brand ideologies and social media challenges with fresh concepts and new business ideas for today’s digital marketplace.
 
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The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has launched a once in a generation consultation on proposals to simplify General Aviation (GA) pilot licensing and training. In this episode we speak with Maeghan Sheehan, a newly qualified GA Pilot and a member of the working group for this project, on her experience of working with the CAA. If you are involv…
 
This is a rebroadcast of an episode of This Thing We Call Art, a podcast where the host Kelly Lloyd speaks to people in the arts about their livelihoods. Lloyd originally interviewed artist Gordon Hall on March 1, 2021 and the 43-minute episode featuring portions of the three-hour-long conversation was released on February 17, 2022. The podcast fea…
 
This is a rebroadcast of an episode of This Thing We Call Art, a podcast where the host Kelly Lloyd speaks to people in the arts about their livelihoods. Lloyd originally interviewed artist Nicole Morris on February 25, 2021 and the 44-minute episode featuring portions of the two and a half-hour-long conversation was released on February 24, 2022. …
 
"If people want to see young people face consequences is it better that a young person if they've been out damaging or graffitiing a shop one night are back there the next day and the whole week making amends cleaning up the glass that has been broken, scrubbing off the spray paint !" N.T Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Selena Uibo.…
 
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has launched a once in a generation consultation on proposals to simplify General Aviation (GA) pilot licensing and training. In this episode we invite Laurence Baxter from our General Aviation Unit back in to discuss in more detail the role of the working group and a deeper dive into the wider work of this pro…
 
A co-winner of the peak body's prestigious Michael Law Award, Jim Remedio was welcomed to the 2022 CBAA community Radio Awards with a standing ovation. A proud Torres Strait Islander man and respected Elder Jim is described as a pioneer in Australian media.CAAMA
 
Sam Jupurrurla Wickman was born in Alice Springs in 1952 and is a Wati (fully initiated man) from Central AustraliaSam’s mother was a full ceremonial woman of the Luritja, Pitjantatjarra, Yankuntjatjarra people south of Alice Springs and his father an Arrernte and Luritja man with strong roots to Mpartnwe Alice SpringsFollowing a 15 year career in …
 
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has launched a once in a generation consultation on proposals to simplify General Aviation (GA) pilot licensing and training. In this episode we speak with Laurence Baxter from our General Aviation Unit to learn more about this work. If you are involved in GA in any capacity; we would like to hear from you. You…
 
Devolution has come to fore in recent years, particularly following the Covid-19 pandemic and the level of control each part of the United Kingdom has over agricultural and environmental policy. As such, Jeremy Moody takes this opportunity to provide a practical overview of devolution and the different policies being developed in England, Scotland,…
 
How can authors improve their chances for publication in academic journals? In this podcast, editors Cara Jordan and Robin Veder approach the topic with empathy for all who are navigating what can be an unnecessarily mysterious and intimidating process. We share strategies for how to prepare your manuscript for the best possible outcome, including …
 
In this podcast episode, Tamryn McDermott engages in a conversation with Tyson Lewis and Peter Hyland, the authors of the book, Studious Drift: Movements and Protocols for a Postdigital Education, which was published earlier this year by the University of Minnesota Press. Lewis and Hyland engage readers in questions such as, “What kind of universit…
 
In this podcast, with the figures from the latest CAAV Agricultural Land Occupation Surveys, Jeremy Moody provides an overview of the state of the tenanted sector. In particular, he reviews the variety of lengths of FBTs and the reasons for them before considering the opportunities for and threats to the let sector from new policies.…
 
Legendary storyteller and voice for the Stolen Generations, Uncle Jack Charles, spent decades in and out of prison due to drug addiction and the trauma that he experienced as a child.During his long running production Jack Charles v The Crown, the stage and screen actor was well known for calling on the crown to take responsibility for the years of…
 
Veteran Tasmanian human rights campaigner Michael Mansell is an Aboriginal leader who has worked for social, political and legal changes to improve the lives and social standing of Tasmanian Aboriginal (Palawa) people.In 1977 Mansell met with the Queen during her Silver Jubilee tour of Australia where he presented her with a petition for Aboriginal…
 
Morris Stuart was born in the former British colony Guiana, on the northern coast of south America, before moving to the UK. He has also lived in New Zealand but after nearly 40 years in Melbourne he now calls Australia home.Morris is the founder and director of the Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir whose journey was featured in a 2017 do…
 
Pat Miller was born in Alice Springs in 1947, into a family that has long associations with Central Australia. Her father, Milton Liddle, was the son of Bill Liddle, a pioneer bushman of Scottish descent. Milton’s mother, Mary, was an Arrernte woman. Pat’s mother, Polly, was an Alyawarra woman from the country around Hatches Creek and Kurrundi stat…
 
The past fortnight has been one of tremendous turmoil in the UK. As the dust settles, we have a new King, a new Prime Minister, a new Government Cabinet and a hugely uncertain economic outlook. As the Chancellor Kwasi Karteng unveils his mini-budget and the Bank of England attempts to tackle inflation, Jeremy Moody examines the key fiscal changes a…
 
The origins of First Peoples Disability Network Australia (FPDN) can be traced back to a national gathering in Alice Springs in 1999.Gumbaynggirr Dunghutti woman June Riemer is the Deputy CEO of First Peoples Disability Network (FPDN). She’s worked in the sector for over 40 years, leading and inspiring her team as they navigate the changes in the n…
 
"We will continue speaking out about the Intervention until we see the day it ends, and it will happen.We will continue to hold our heads high, and be proud of who we are. We are still surviving on this day, no matter how many, or what laws they put on us."Elaine Kngwarraye PeckhamMparrntwe Custodian…
 
Energy prices have reached record levels, driven by gas markets, with risks to supplies this winter. This has major implications in terms of cost and availability for rural businesses, with consequences for viability and the economy. Jeremy Moody explores the causes and impact of the current crisis – including the knock-on effect on fertiliser and …
 
A class action for Northern Territory Stolen Generations members and their descendants has been resolved, with more than 50 million dollars to be paid to deceased estates and relatives.While the settlement needs formal court approval, lawyers have told a Darwin judge they have reached an agreement. The class action began before survivors set up a f…
 
The Scottish Government is consulting on proposals for its Agriculture Bill intended for 2023, substantially driven by climate change, biodiversity and other environmental objectives. Jeremy Moody reviews how a new framework of conditional payments would replace the present regime as well as suggested changes to tenancy law.…
 
As Europe sustained a long hot drought of a magnitude not seen since the megadrought of 1540, this podcast reviews some observations and lessons from France, from river flows to fodder crops, effects on the vineyards and crop management, drought stress as bigger threat to trees than forest fires, solar panels competing with woodland as a land use a…
 
A new partnership between Charles Darwin University (CDU) and CDU alumni Gary Strachan, The Deadly Hair Dude, will train First Nations students in remote communities in the art of foiling and clippers in a bid to inspire them into hairdressing and employment opportunities.CAAMA
 
Reporting occurrences has never been more important and in this special edition we speak to the CAA's Head of flight Operations Glen Bradley and Aerospace Modernisation Lead Adelle Roberts about how and why we should continue to report occurrences. You can find more information on the Importance of occurrence reporting on the CAA website.…
 
In 1994, CAA’s Committee on Women in the Arts held a panel chaired by Judith Stein that featured speakers Linda Nochlin, Ann Sutherland Harris, and Alessandra Comini. Their individual presentations look at the progress of women artists and art historians over the previous twenty years, since 1974. The talks use the exhibition, Women Artists 1550-19…
 
In 1994, CAA’s Committee on Women in the Arts held a panel chaired by Judith Stein that featured speakers Linda Nochlin, Ann Sutherland Harris, and Alessandra Comini. Their individual presentations look at the progress of women artists and art historians over the previous twenty years, since 1974. The talks use the exhibition, Women Artists 1550-19…
 
In 1994, CAA’s Committee on Women in the Arts held a panel chaired by Judith Stein that featured speakers Linda Nochlin, Ann Sutherland Harris, and Alessandra Comini. Their individual presentations look at the progress of women artists and art historians over the previous twenty years, since 1974. The talks use the exhibition, Women Artists 1550-19…
 
In 1994, CAA’s Committee on Women in the Arts held a panel chaired by Judith Stein that featured speakers Linda Nochlin, Ann Sutherland Harris, and Alessandra Comini. Their individual presentations look at the progress of women artists and art historians over the previous twenty years, since 1974. The talks use the exhibition, Women Artists 1550-19…
 
The CAA spent a day at the Women's World Gliding Championships 2022. We spoke with Liz Sparrow, Director of the Championships and Pete Stratten, CEO of the British Gliding Association learning about how the event came to be in the UK and learning more about the scrutineer process behind competition gliding. We also spoke with Simon Smith, the Chief…
 
Since the Agriculture Act 2020, a tenant or landlord can ask the CAAV President to appoint an arbitrator to resolve many agricultural tenancy disputes. In this podcast, Jeremy Moody outlines the process of application and appointment and what an arbitration involves, including controlling cost.
 
The Chair of a peak Government agency which provides strong policy advice and evidence on ways to improve mental health and suicide prevention across the nation, is urging local people to voice and share their concerns at one of its outreach programs in Central Australia this week.Commission Chair Professor Ngaire Brown a Yuin nation woman from the…
 
This episode includes updates on our project to update our suite of Safety Sense Leaflets and the work that has gone into the temporary airspace restrictions for the Commonwealth Games. Flying in Cloud A recent AAIB investigation has highlighted the importance of being properly qualified to fly in cloud. Our podcast and animation cover the safety g…
 
On 2 April 2022 a light aircraft flying from England to France disappeared from radar over the English Channel. Tragically both of the pilots on board and the aircraft haven't been found. A few weeks later the Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB) published a Special Bulletin that set out the evidence that was available about this flight up unti…
 
In this episode we talk with Brenden Hedblom from the Eve Consortium on its new concept of operations (CONOPS) into how future types of flying, such as electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, could be safety incorporated into London’s airspace. You can find more information on this work at: UK Concept of Operations (CONOPS) Key Con…
 
We have now published our final report on our review of airspace in the Cotswold region. Join Nikki Deeley and Emma Simpson from the Airspace Classification team to learn more about which volumes of airspace the process will seek to amend, as well what other activities can be used to improve UK airspace. For more information see Cotswold region fin…
 
Until 31 August the CAA is running a consultation on proposed acceptable means of compliance and guidance material for drone operations. We’re joined by Callum Holland from our remotely piloted aircraft systems team who helps explain what the consultation covers and how it affects drone users. You can access the consultation and send us your views …
 
Earlier this year we ran a consultation around proposals to delay the introduction of classifications for legacy and traditional category drones. We received a fantastic level of responses from the drone community and in this episode Callum Holland from our RPAS team explains the conclusions we’ve now come to and our recommendation to Government fo…
 
Thousands of motorsport enthusiasts are in Mpartnwe Alice Springs for the iconic Finke Desert Race... but how did it all begin ? Local enthusiast Barry Taylor shares his journey as both an organiser and competitor.CAAMA
 
The race started in 1976 as a challenge for a group of local motorbike riders to race from Alice Springs Inland Dragway to the Finke River and return. After the success of this initial ride, the Finke Desert Race has been held annually on the Queen's Birthday long weekend ever since. The race is run along sections of what was the Old Ghan railway s…
 
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