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Fresh cup of Coffee
83 minutes | Feb 1, 2015
Bob was born and lived most of his life in Bolton in the UK. He grew up in the dying breath of the UK cotton industry, and on the dawn of the computer age he found a route into IT. After some time in IT, he became a bar owner and helped to build and promote the local music scene in Bolton. After facing difficult times, and losing ownership of his bars, he up and left to begin a new life in Holland where he landed on his feet, and met and married his lovely wife Ritta. Bob is an incredibly friendly and entertaining guy. He helped make my own move to Holland an easier experience. He is a good man and a Badman and I’m overjoyed to introduce him to you all in the latest episode of the Fresh cup of Coffee podcast.
62 minutes | Jan 10, 2015
Lynne Haylock Moore
Lynne grew up in Hartlepool in the North of England, where she lived until her 30’s. She then hooked up with the big fella (My dad) and began jet-setting around the globe, living in various parts of England (okay, that doesn’t count as around the globe, but you gotta start somewhere) America, back to the UK then settling in Sunny Holland.Lynne has a heart as big as a mountain. She is caring and loving and is adored by all who know her. She gives openly without seeking reward, and I’m overjoyed that not only can I call her my friend, but also my mother. Most people only get one mam, so I consider myself incredibly spoilt and couldn’t have asked for a better wicked stepmother. Words alone can’t do her justice, and I’m brimming with excitement to be able to introduce you all to the one and only Lynne Haylock Moore
65 minutes | Dec 21, 2014
My guest for this episode is Neil Gibson. An incredibly talented and modest man who showers with Rock divas.Neil was born in North Shields within spitting distance of the river Tyne, which I’m advised makes him a true Geordie. Neil is a talented graphic designer, an amazing guitarist (Check out his youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/neilio666/videos) and among many other things he is one of the kindest and most thoughtful people I know with some stories to tell. I’m honored Neil agreed to do this, and excited to let you all meet him in this latest podcast, so please listen and enjoy.
66 minutes | Dec 6, 2014
Ornela was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she grew up and studied Phycology. She met her future wife, and after determining she probably wasn’t going to be sold into the slave trade, she moved to Holland, then back to Argentina, then back again to Holland. Ornela helps run a charity that raises money to support worthwhile projects in Argentina. Please visit their site http://www.fundacion.nl/ and see if you can help in some way. They run a movie night to help raise funds and it is well worth checking out. She also helps run a company that specializes in showing small to medium businesses how to improve their sustainability. Please also visit http://www.yellowbridge.eu/ to find out more. With all that said, it is my pleasure to share this episode of fresh cup of coffee with you so you can all meet her too.
49 minutes | Nov 22, 2014
Tea was born in Finland, where she spent her childhood, joined the Army and jumped around on cold wet carpets before deciding it wasn’t quite wet enough. At this point she moved to Scotland, which was a little too wet, so finally she settled down in Holland, meeting an awesome Dutchman and having a beautiful baby girl. Tea (pronounced Tey-ah for all you brits, not Tea.) is by far the most honest and open person I’ve met with a determination like no other. Everyone who meets her find her lovely and caring, and I’m happy to be able to share this podcast interview with you all so you get to meet her too.
77 minutes | Oct 28, 2014
Jordan P Elliot
Jordan was born in Canada, and is Canadian/Hungarian. After some difficult early years, he moved from Canada to Hungary at the age of 9. From there he moved to Holland, and finally back to Hungary where he now lives. He is truly a kind and generous person, and like all true Canadians, he is somewhat apologetic. Therefore it is easy to forgive him for his curious enjoyment of Justin Bieber. I've known Jordan for a few years now, and am honoured to call him a friend. It is my pleasure to share this podcast with you all so you also get a chance to meet one of the most genuinely lovely people I have ever met.
68 minutes | Oct 18, 2014
Richard T Moore - Part 1
Richard was born at the back end of the 1950's in the North East of England. He has worked in the coal, fish and IT industries, and has travelled the world. He lived in The UK, The Netherlands and the USA. His wisdom, positive attitude and drive has been an inspiration, and he has always been willing to go out of his way to offer his help and advice where he can. He is not only my father, but one of my best and most respected friends.In this episode we discuss his work, and the challenges he faced in various aspects of his life. Difficult early years to the decline of the North easts major industries. Coal Miners strikes during the 1980's, and his love for his grandchildren...among many other things.
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