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Motley Fool Money: Does F1 Need Netflix? (23/3)

Motley Fool Money
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: Does F1 Need Netflix? (23/3)
The Netflix show “Drive to Survive” completely changed the sport of motor racing. But Formula One’s story begins long before the streamer stepped in. Joshua Robinson and Jonathan Clegg are sports reporters at the Wall Street Journal and co-authors of the new book, 'The Formula: How Rogues, Geniuses, and Speed Freaks Re-engineered F1 into the World’s Fastest Growing Sport'. Ricky Mulvey caught up with them both to discuss how a used car dealer became a global entertainment magnate, why the underdog never seems to win in racing, and the inseparability of Ferrari and F1. Host - Ricky Mulvey; Guests - Jonathan Clegg, Joshua Robinson
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Jonathan Clegg, Joshua Robinson


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Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money: Nvidia Sells Chips Like Pancakes (19/3)

Motley Fool Money
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Motley Fool Show

Motley Fool Money: Nvidia Sells Chips Like Pancakes (19/3)
The chip designer unveiled a bigger and faster graphics processing unit, but the market isn’t cheering the announcement. Asit Sharma and Ricky Mulvey discuss the advancements in Nvidia’s new Blackwell GPU, if any competitors are closing in on the tech giant, and Nvidia’s plays in humanoid robots, self-driving cars, and weather forecasting. Plus, 16 minutes in, Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp answer listener questions about lending out shares, activist investors, and Social Security. Companies discussed: NVDA, INTC, AMD, GOOG, GOOG, AMZN. Host - Ricky Mulvey; Guests - Asit Sharma, Robert Brokamp, Alison Southwick
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Asit Sharma, Robert Brokamp, Alison Southwick


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Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: Christian McGinty on Neurodiversity Celebration Week

Adam Cox
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Modern Mindset

Modern Mindset: Christian McGinty on Neurodiversity Celebration Week
It's Neurodiversity Celebration Week! Adam Cox is joined by Christian McGinty from Beyond Clinics. Christian tells Adam all about the work they do when it comes to helping those who are neurodivergent, or those seeking a diagnosis. Furthermore, Christian also discusses his own ADHD diagnosis that he got two years ago and how it has impacted his life. https://www.beyondclinics.co.uk/
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Christian McGinty


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Adam Cox

Modern Mindset: Giedrius Kvederas & Monika Palione on Private Treatment Abroad

Adam Cox
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Modern Mindset

Modern Mindset: Giedrius Kvederas & Monika Palione on Private Treatment Abroad
Adam is Cox is joined by Giedrius Kvederas & Monika Palione from the Kardiolita Hospital in Lithuania. Giedrius & Monika talk about why so many Brits are going abroad to get private treatment. Additionally, they tell Adam about the importance of doing your research beforehand, as well as a little bit more about Kardiolita Hospital and how they operate. https://www.kardiolita.com/
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Giedrius Kvederas, Monika Palione


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Adam Cox

The Hypnotist: Lost in the Wilderness

Adam Cox
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The Hypnotist

The Hypnotist: Lost in the Wilderness
Well-meaning people with lots of empathy towards others can sometimes feel challenged by a loss of confidence and self-worth. Adam Cox helps to re-build that sense of purpose and fulfillment in order to re-establish direction and certainty.

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Simon Rose

The Business of Film: Anatomy of a Fall, Damsel & Ricky Stanicky

Simon Rose
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The Business Of Film

The Business of Film: Anatomy of a Fall, Damsel & Ricky Stanicky
James Cameron-Wilson analyses the latest box office chart, -28%, still dominated by Dune 2. With no new films to see, James turns to the home video release of the French drama Anatomy of a Fall. nominated for 5 Oscars and winning for its screenplay. It was more rewarding on a second viewing, being multi-layered, perceptive and peopled with three-dimensional characters. He feels that what he thought was a good film could be a great one. He was impressed, as before, by the 20-year-old Millie Bobby Brown who is the heroine of Netflix's dark fantasy Damsel, which he found intense and violent. He found Peter Farrelly's gross-out Amazon Prime comedy Ricky Stanicky, with Zac Efron, highly offensive and unfunny.
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James Cameron-Wilson


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Simon Rose

Gadgets & Gizmos: Robot space binmen & baggage handlers, flying taxis & maglev trains

Simon Rose
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Gadgets and Gizmos

Gadgets & Gizmos: Robot space binmen & baggage handlers, flying taxis & maglev trains
Steve Caplin heralds the development of robot rubbish collectors in space and driverless baggage handlers at Gatwick. After two weeks of being plugged into AI, a humanoid robot can speak, reason and manipulate objects: the entrepreneur behind it wants a billion of them to be made. Electric flying taxis could be in the UK by 2026. There's a remarkable tech auction in progress. GameScent adds smells to computer games. Maglev trains may be able to use existing rail tracks. And a robot can paint offshore wind turbines underwater.
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Steve Caplin


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Simon Rose

The Bigger Picture: Rwanda Bill delay, the WASPI women & Varadkar's resignation

Simon Rose
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The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture: Rwanda Bill delay, the WASPI women & Varadkar's resignation
Political commentator Mike Indian discusses the latest delay to Rishi Sunak's Rwanda Bill, wondering if there is anybody other than him who believes that the legislation is a good idea. Instead, it is an indication of his waning authority. He looks at the Parliamentary Ombudsman's statement on the WASPI women, born in the 1950s, who lost out as the state pension age was raised. While the Ombudsman says they should get compensation the government is still refusing to comply. What will a Labour government do? And Mike lastly looks at the surprise resignation of Leo Varadkar as Irish PM, despite still being young and energetic. He sees it as an indication of just how tough political life can be.
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Mike Indian


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Simon Rose

The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors: Law Debenture & Team Internet

Simon Rose
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The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors

The Financial Outlook for Personal Investors: Law Debenture & Team Internet
Neil Shah of Edison Group thinks investors should be looking ahead several months, when interest rates will be lower and companies doing better. He likes the look of investment trust Law Debenture, predominantly investing in UK equities, split between larger and small & midcap companies, which are even more undervalued. Their professional services business enhances the returns, as explained in a note on Edison's website. If you think the internet is here to stay, then he favours internet services company Team Internet, especially after their recent record results. On an undemanding valuation, it has now grown to the point where it is large enough to attract more institutional investors.
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Neil Shah


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Gavin Oldham

Thought for the Week: Memory and Copyright

Gavin Oldham
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Thought for the Week

Thought for the Week: Memory and Copyright
The science of memory and how it shapes us is the central question in Dr. Charan Ranganath's new book. It's an absolute truism that memory is deeply personal and individual to each one of us, but does it really vest in the neurons in our brain, or in our soul? In contrast, human creativity is not the possession of intermediating corporations but a collage gathered from right across the great human family. Antiquated copyright legislation is really showing strains as generative AI emulates the thinking process: it's time to overhaul copyright law, and for everyone to share the benefits. Background music: 'In Memory of Jean Talon' by Mini Vandals

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