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Beer & Butterfly

Ian Kingstone & Jonathan (JP) Parnaby

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The Beer & Butterfly is a relaxing environment where we discuss core business challenges around all aspects of business transformation. Contact us at hosts@beerandbutterfly.co.uk, Linkedin or Twitter. Whether you are a professional, executive or a consultant, grab a drink and pull up a chair to join us in the conversation.
 
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Magpie was one of the big kids shows of the 70s. 7 million viewers on ITV twice a week, it was the more risque rival to Blue Peter on the BBC. Over four decades since it left our screens, Ashley's assembled three of the show's most popular presenters for a reunion. Mick Robertson, Douglas Rae and Susan Stranks (who was also famous for Paperplay alo…
 
Philip Franks rose to widespread fame as Charley in the original Darling Buds of May in the early 90s. Now 30 years on, ITV are bringing back The Larkins with a whole new cast. Here Philip chats about the heady days of the first incarnation and working with the legendary David Jason who played Pa Larkin. Phillip also talks about his big role in Hea…
 
Tracy is one of Corrie’s most enduring characters. Generations have watched her change from innocent little girl to troubled 20 something through to soap bad girl. She’s been played by four different actors. And the first was Christabel Finch who took on the role from being just a few days old. Here she gives an exclusive interview from her home in…
 
Casualty and Heartbeat star Jonathan Kerrigan sits down for a fun chat with Ashley Byrne. The conversation ventures into his early years, his time on two of Britain's biggest drama series, being described as a heartthrob, working in the States and his musical talents. Jonathan remains one of the UK's most talented drama actors but is it time for hi…
 
As our ‘Casualty at 35’ celebrations continue, one of the show’s original stars has taken time out to give us an extensive and exclusive interview about her years on the world’s longest running medical drama. Ashley has been speaking to Cath Shipton who played iconic character Duffy right from the start in 1986. Distinct Nostalgia is an MIM Product…
 
It’s the longest running medical drama in the world and here we meet the woman who spoke the very first words in Casualty. Debbie Roza Mercier played the show’s first receptionist from 1986 to 1987 before giving up acting for a life in Canada. Here she gives a unique perspective on an iconic show to Ashley as part of our special Casualty at 35 inte…
 
Trail music Music: "Werq" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/distinctnostalgia)על ידי MIM
 
Ian & JP meet one final time for this season and retrospectively review how things have gone before hanging up the keys and bolting the doors of the Beer & Butterfly. 00:00 - Intro 01:13 - We've crossed the finish line 03:36 - Pub quiz - Question 11 Answer 05:31 - What went well? 11:38 - What didn't go so well? 16:14 - What can we do better? 22:14 …
 
Ian & JP have hit the realisation that this is the last "full" episode of the season and are joined by Scott Robertson from SQWYZ consulting to talk about how strategy and transformation are two sides of the same coin. JP has caught up with the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universal) by watching Black Widow and discuss why a Disney+ podcast deal hasn't be…
 
As Ian & JP catch-up this week their next guest is just "passing by the pub" and decides to join them to talk all around behavioural change and mindsets when it comes to transformation. Ian is still excited about going to Wimbledon tickets and finally has a plan for his aluminium gates but generally working more than having fun. JP finally remember…
 
The end of the pub quiz is in sight and Ian & JP are wondering if they are going to get the wooden spoon award for coming in last place, however this evening they are joined by Rob Llewellyn from CXO Transform to discuss how individuals can leverage the digital economy. The trio catch-up over a drink and Rob provides a background of his water-skiin…
 
Our hosts are feeling nostalgic in this episode as Ian and JP talk about why Business Analyst's are awesome in their role within business transformation. As the pair catch up Ian talks about putting his gates off to go to Wimbledon and JP relays his experience of driving supercars around an abandoned airfield. JP starts to explain why this episode …
 
As our series of 'Funny Women of Great British Sitcom' continues, Andy Hoyle chats to Judy Cornwell about her long career. Judy starred as Daisy in Keeping Up Appearances alongside Geoffrey Hughes as Onslow during the 1990s. Also in this series - interviews with Sally Thomsett who played Jo in Man About The House and Anna Karen who played Olive in …
 
The halfway point has been reached with Season Two and Ian & JP catch-up once again to try something new which they call "Transformation Speed Dating". After catching up the hosts embark on an episode which is unplanned and randomised by splitting the conversation into "personal / getting to know you topics" and "business transformation topics from…
 
As Ian & JP meet up in the Beer & Butterfly we explore how serious gaming is transforming how we educate people through change & transformation. We are joined at the table by Tim Dew from GingrTech and as everyone catches up over a drink, Ian is watching Falcon & The Winter Soldier, JP finds out he's far to old to go trampolining with the kids and …
 
Anna Karen played one of the most popular characters of 70s sitcom in Britain - the hilarious accident prone but sex mad 'Olive' in On the Buses. The series began in 1969 and became a favourite throughout the next decade with more than 70 episodes plus 3 feature films - On The Buses, Mutiny On the Buses and Holiday On The Buses. Here Anna remembers…
 
Ian & JP return and review their current progress on the pub quiz (not going well) and devote an episode to a question provided by Debbie Evans on whether we should do AS IS Analysis or not. Our hosts recall the joys of the bank holiday weekend and enjoying the recent weather and talk about some films & TV (Army of the Dead & Taskmaster) and we get…
 
It's back to the 1970s for the first in a special series of three programmes meeting some of the Queens of British Sitcom. Here Ashley speaks to Sally Thomsett who played Jo in the runaway ITV comedy Man About The House which starred Richard O'Sullivan, Paula Wilcox, Yootha Joyce and Brian Murphy. The show would go on to spawn two other big hits - …
 
The third seat is filled again as our hosts are joined by a very special guest "Patricia Morris" to talk all about scaling up small & medium sized businesses. The trio catch-up as and discuss Trish's glorious week away and JP's misfortune to cancel a camping trip as the weather turned. Trish takes the lead in the episode to bring to life what chang…
 
The pub quiz is going strong, it's neck and neck but Ian & JP check in and discuss why it's important to put value first in transformations. JP talks about finally going surfing again in north Devon and actually catching some waves, discusses the new Mortal Kombat film reboot and preparing to go camping but is nervous about the windy and wet weathe…
 
Ian & JP kick off episode one with a very special guest Sarah Walters from Aster Commercial Services who joins our hosts at the table to talk about procurement in relation to business transformation & change. Our hosts & Sarah talk about the latest films they watched and Ian has started a review system (for some reason) & JP discussed the joys of t…
 
It was multi-Oscar nominated and its creator walked away with best screenplay. The Crying Game also won Best British Film at the Baftas. And it was ground breaking, tackling as it did race, gender, sexuality and nationality all with a background of the troubles in Northern Ireland. Full of surprises, it was an enthralling and exciting film which br…
 
The Beer & Butterfly is re-opening it's doors for Season Two and Ian & JP manage to catch up over their break. This seasons theme is all about "Raising The Bar" and the hosts bring to life what the season theme means and also how season two is changing format from the first season, especially with some exciting people joining us at the table. We ho…
 
Series 3 Think On! Florrie and Dotty are mixing again following the lifting of Covid restrictions. They're enjoying a cuppa in Dotty's kitchen but will they be hugging? Men are under scrutiny as usual and there's a surprise on the way. Florrie....Lindsay Eavis Dotty.......Janice Fryett Written by Janice Fryett A Spinney Audio Production A Distinct …
 
We’re usually celebrating the iconic shows of the past with the people who were there but very, very occasionally DistinctNostalgia will focus in on something contemporary we feel deserves some real attention and this is one of those rare occasions. TWO DOORS DOWN is the BBC’s hidden comedy gem. Here DistinctNostalgia celebrates a ‘current’ quality…
 
David Renwick is one of the real British comedy writing legends. He created the iconic Victor Meldrew. Over two parts Ashley talks to David about his early years and the plethora of comedies he's written. In this second programme David talks about his inspiration for Victor and how and why One Foot in the Grave endured for so long. Find episode 1 b…
 
The first season is done and Ian & JP relax in the comfy sofas of the Beer & Butterfly and reflect on the first seasons conversations by conducting their own retrospective. The hosts catch up to talk around destroying your sons confidence with a short lockdown haircut, the beginning of hope now that spring is on it's way and there is a path out of …
 
David Renwick is one of the real British comedy writing legends. He created the iconic Victor Meldrew. Over two parts Ashley talks to David about his early years and the plethora of comedies he's written. In this first programme David talks about penning sketches for The Two Ronnies and working with David Jason long before Open All Hours and Only F…
 
After a challenging week Ian & JP catch-up in the Beer & Butterfly to finish off the final conversation around the change execution pillar "Realisation & Adoption". As the pair catch-up Ian explores taking his daughter surfing at a man made wave centre in Bristol whilst secretly thinking he is Bodie in Point Break, JP continues Xbox film night with…
 
As Ian & JP sit down at the table they catch a leaflet placed around the pub mentioning that a Pub Quiz is coming soon, thinking nothing of it our hosts continuing the change execution exploration by discussing "Business Readiness & Preparation". Ian & JP begin catching up where Ian is excited for his x-mas present to himself (a new road bike) and …
 
With the new IPA's installed at the bar, Ian & JP continue exploring the change execution areas by discussing "Education & Training". Ian & JP discuss about learning new skills during lockdown with Ian finally finishing his limestone wall and JP putting 4 tiles up (ok we know Ian's was more impressive). The pair finish their conversation visiting t…
 
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