Don’t Stop Us Now https://dontstopusnow.co Tue, 11 Feb 2020 04:51:22 +0000 en hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3.2 https://dontstopusnow.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/DSUN-favicon.png Don’t Stop Us Now https://dontstopusnow.co 32 32 Authentic stories and practical advice from awesome, innovative women around the globe. Our aim is to uncover the human behind the success story to show that these women are achieving great things despite their doubts, fears and tough times.<br /> <br /> Plus, look out for bonus ‘How to’ episodes sharing practical and proven tools to help you deal with common career challenges and become that little bit more unstoppable. <br /> <br /> Look for new episodes every 2nd week.<br /> Claire Hatton & Greta Thomas yes episodic Claire Hatton & Greta Thomas claire@dontstopusnow.co claire@dontstopusnow.co (Claire Hatton & Greta Thomas) Authentic stories and practical advice from awesome, innovative women around the globe. Don’t Stop Us Now https://dontstopusnow.co/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/DSUN-logo-tile+podcast_1400px.jpg https://dontstopusnow.co Cecilia Tham – Predicting the Future https://dontstopusnow.co/cecilia-tham-predicting-the-future/ https://dontstopusnow.co/cecilia-tham-predicting-the-future/#respond Tue, 11 Feb 2020 04:51:22 +0000 https://dontstopusnow.co/?p=1120 If you’ve ever wondered about what we’ll all be eating in 10-15 years time then this is the episode for you!  Our guest is Barcelona-based Cecilia Tham, a Social Technologist and Futurist. She happens to have the coolest day job working for Alpha, which is Telefonica’s innovation arm briefed to build moonshots to address some

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https://dontstopusnow.co/cecilia-tham-predicting-the-future/feed/ 0 If you’ve ever wondered about what we’ll all be eating in 10-15 years time then this is the episode for you!  - Our guest is Barcelona-based Cecilia Tham, a Social Technologist and Futurist. She happens to have the coolest day job working for Alpha, If you’ve ever wondered about what we’ll all be eating in 10-15 years time then this is the episode for you! <br /> <br /> Our guest is Barcelona-based Cecilia Tham, a Social Technologist and Futurist. She happens to have the coolest day job working for Alpha, which is Telefonica’s innovation arm briefed to build moonshots to address some of society’s biggest problems, including the future of food.<br /> <br /> Cecilia was raised in Macau, attended high school and Harvard university in the US, and then found herself in Spain having to start from scratch, language included. She describes herself as an entrepreneur by heart, a designer and biologist by training, and a maker for life. <br /> <br /> On her journey to working at Alpha, she founded and co-founded 3 separate ventures including a Maker cafe, a co-working community, and a coding and tech academy for women.<br /> <br /> We think you’ll find Cecilia’s life and career lessons really inspiring. In particular you’ll learn:<br /> <br /> How Cecilia’s former husband’s gift of a sewing machine first insulted her and then led to her uncovering a passion and her first entrepreneurial venture<br /> What ‘Trim Tabbing' is and why it makes her more productive<br /> How Cecilia managed to turn her mindset around and be comfortable being different to everyone else in the room<br /> And…. how she and her colleagues are looking at future scenarios where you'll be able to grow an entire meal, including meat and veg, with the one plant - yes you read that right - grow your dinner!<br /> <br /> Enjoy this episode with the multi-talented and dynamic Cecilia Tham. <br /> <br />  <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />  <br /> <br /> Links of Interest<br /> <br /> Cecilia's website <br /> <br /> Alpha<br /> <br /> Makers of Barcelona (MOB)<br /> <br /> FAB Cafe <br /> <br /> allwomen AI Training School<br /> <br />  <br /> <br />   Claire Hatton & Greta Thomas yes 35:29
How to Have a Great Year https://dontstopusnow.co/how-to-have-a-great-year/ https://dontstopusnow.co/how-to-have-a-great-year/#respond Tue, 28 Jan 2020 06:10:46 +0000 https://dontstopusnow.co/?p=1108 Our first ‘How To’ episode of 2020 brings you super useful tips and advice to set yourself up for an awesome 2020! To put this episode together, we scoured the latest research and we drew upon the content and expertise we’ve developed delivering leadership programs around the world for major companies such as Google, Salesforce

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https://dontstopusnow.co/how-to-have-a-great-year/feed/ 0 Our first ‘How To’ episode of 2020 brings you super useful tips and advice to set yourself up for an awesome 2020! - To put this episode together, we scoured the latest research and we drew upon the content and expertise we’ve developed delivering lea... Our first ‘How To’ episode of 2020 brings you super useful tips and advice to set yourself up for an awesome 2020!<br /> <br /> To put this episode together, we scoured the latest research and we drew upon the content and expertise we’ve developed delivering leadership programs around the world for major companies such as Google, Salesforce and Pinterest.<br /> <br /> And, as usual, you also get to hear thoughts from some of our amazing guests on the topic as well. <br /> <br /> You may well have thought about some New Year’s resolutions or goals recently, but whatever your situation, we’re confident that this episode will turbocharge your prospects for the rest of the year. <br /> <br /> Here’s a taste of some of the many invaluable things you’ll learn from this episode:<br /> <br /> The somewhat surprising first step we advise you take when planning a great year ahead<br /> The huge benefits you can reap from cultivating a more positive outlook and mindset,  plus easy tips to help you do just that<br /> How to avoid being over-ambitious with all the goals you want to set for yourself and spare yourself from feeling you’ve failed when you don’t achieve them all<br /> And, the one thing you can easily do to increase the chance of you achieving your goals by more than 30%. <br /> <br /> Improve your chances by more than 30% - that’s insane isn’t it?<br /> <br /> So don’t delay, make sure you listen now to give yourself the best chance for a fantastic 2020. <br /> <br /> Enjoy!<br /> <br />  <br /> <br /> Useful links<br /> <br /> How to Breathe Easy About your Purpose episode<br /> <br /> Tim Ferriss's Reflection Process<br /> <br /> Achieving your goals: An evidence-based approach, Michigan State University<br /> <br /> Why a Happy Brain Performs Better - HBR<br /> <br />   Claire Hatton & Greta Thomas yes 24:13
Que Dallara – Unlocks What It Takes to Be Successful https://dontstopusnow.co/que-dallara-unlocks-what-it-takes-to-be-successful/ https://dontstopusnow.co/que-dallara-unlocks-what-it-takes-to-be-successful/#respond Wed, 15 Jan 2020 07:44:54 +0000 https://dontstopusnow.co/?p=1100 From extreme disadvantage in her childhood, Honeywell Connected Enterprise (HCE) President and CEO, Que Dallara, has been driven all her life to ensure she and her family are far from the memories she has of begging for rice as a child refugee.  We’re in awe of what Que has so thoughtfully achieved over the years

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https://dontstopusnow.co/que-dallara-unlocks-what-it-takes-to-be-successful/feed/ 0 From extreme disadvantage in her childhood, Honeywell Connected Enterprise (HCE) President and CEO, Que Dallara, has been driven all her life to ensure she and her family are far from the memories she has of begging for rice as a child refugee.  - From extreme disadvantage in her childhood, Honeywell Connected Enterprise (HCE) President and CEO, Que Dallara, has been driven all her life to ensure she and her family are far from the memories she has of begging for rice as a child refugee. <br /> <br /> We’re in awe of what Que has so thoughtfully achieved over the years taking her from supporting her family and herself through school and uni, to reach the highest echelons of corporate America.<br /> <br /> Que grew up in Australia and worked there for McKinsey and numerous corporates before moving to the US almost 20 years ago via an MBA at Insead. She worked in senior roles for Microsoft, TE Connectivity and now is running HCE for Honeywell. Que is leading the industrial giant’s transformative push into software sales and the Internet of Things. <br /> <br /> Alongside all of this, she’s also the mum of three kids!<br /> <br /> We urge you not to miss this episode which shares not only Que’s incredible life story but also some of the finest career advice you’re likely to hear. <br /> <br /> In this episode you’ll learn:<br /> <br /> What impact Que’s dramatic and dangerous escape from Vietnam has had on her life<br /> How having to pay for her education and support her family, saw her running a successful business by the age of 16!<br /> The one key thing Que realised she (and others) need to develop to keep progressing in their careers<br /> How she goes about leading a major innovation play within a huge conglomerate.<br /> <br /> Enjoy this episode with the humble, yet ever so impressive, Que Dallara. <br /> <br />  <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> Useful Links<br /> <br /> Que's LinkedIn<br /> <br /> Honeywell - click on Honeywell Forge to see Que's Division<br /> <br />   Claire Hatton & Greta Thomas yes 41:18
Michelle Garnaut AO – Fabulous Stories from One of Asia’s Most Celebrated Restaurateurs https://dontstopusnow.co/michelle-garnaut-ao-fabulous-stories-from-one-of-asias-most-celebrated-restaurateurs/ https://dontstopusnow.co/michelle-garnaut-ao-fabulous-stories-from-one-of-asias-most-celebrated-restaurateurs/#respond Tue, 17 Dec 2019 01:31:52 +0000 https://dontstopusnow.co/?p=1080 Our guest this week has taken the road less travelled, and pioneered her industry in Hong Kong and China for more than 30 years. We’re talking about one of Asia’s most celebrated restaurateurs, and a philanthropist as well, Michelle Garnaut AO. Michelle grew up in Australia but always knew she wanted to travel. The fact

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https://dontstopusnow.co/michelle-garnaut-ao-fabulous-stories-from-one-of-asias-most-celebrated-restaurateurs/feed/ 0 Our guest this week has taken the road less travelled, and pioneered her industry in Hong Kong and China for more than 30 years. We’re talking about one of Asia’s most celebrated restaurateurs, and a philanthropist as well, Michelle Garnaut AO. - Our guest this week has taken the road less travelled, and pioneered her industry in Hong Kong and China for more than 30 years. We’re talking about one of Asia’s most celebrated restaurateurs, and a philanthropist as well, Michelle Garnaut AO.<br /> <br /> Michelle grew up in Australia but always knew she wanted to travel. The fact she founded and launched her business, the M Restaurant Group, in Hong Kong in the late 1980s makes her one of the first independent restaurateurs to set up shop anywhere in Hong Kong or China. <br /> <br /> Time Magazine has even described Michelle as an ‘industry celebrity’ and someone who ‘pioneered the fashionable-dining scene in China’. <br /> <br /> Michelle is well known for the upscale restaurants and bars she’s created and launched in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing - including M on the Bund restaurant still delighting diners in Shanghai. <br /> <br /> She’s also committed to giving back, and founded the Shanghai International Literary Festival the M Literary Residency, the Village People Project and the women’s initiative, Mentor Walks, which she started in Beijing. <br /> <br /> Michelle has won numerous international entrepreneurial awards and accolades, and last year was awarded an Order of Australia for her numerous contributions to business and society. <br /> <br /> In this episode you’ll learn:<br /> <br /> How Michelle became one of the most successful fine-dining restaurateurs in China <br /> Her hard fought lessons about starting and running a business<br /> Why she started out with her cash locked in a fridge, and<br /> How she had to fight to win back control of her business.<br /> <br /> We think you’ll just love Michelle’s amazing stories and all-round fabulousness. <br /> <br /> Happy listening! <br /> <br />  <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> Interesting Links<br /> <br /> Michelle's Restaurant in Shanghai - M on the Bund<br /> <br /> M on the Bund on Facebook<br /> <br /> M on the Bund on Weibo<br /> <br /> Mentor Walks China<br /> <br /> Mentor Walks Australia<br /> <br /> Scan to Follow M on the Bund on WeChat<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />  <br /> <br />  <br /> <br />   Claire Hatton & Greta Thomas yes 39:42
Laura Anderson – On A Mission to Mars https://dontstopusnow.co/laura-anderson-on-a-mission-to-mars/ https://dontstopusnow.co/laura-anderson-on-a-mission-to-mars/#respond Tue, 03 Dec 2019 02:54:50 +0000 https://dontstopusnow.co/?p=1067 This week’s guest has an insatiable passion for learning and the future and she has the career portfolio to prove it! We’re talking about international company director, entrepreneur and global philanthropist, Laura Anderson. Laura grew up near Chicago in the US. She found out early on that she was good at maths and loved ideas

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https://dontstopusnow.co/laura-anderson-on-a-mission-to-mars/feed/ 0 This week’s guest has an insatiable passion for learning and the future and she has the career portfolio to prove it! We’re talking about international company director, entrepreneur and global philanthropist, Laura Anderson. - This week’s guest has an insatiable passion for learning and the future and she has the career portfolio to prove it! We’re talking about international company director, entrepreneur and global philanthropist, Laura Anderson.<br /> <br /> Laura grew up near Chicago in the US. She found out early on that she was good at maths and loved ideas and set about immersing herself in areas that fascinated her. As a girl she wanted  to be an astronaut and to this day is convinced the Space Program is critically important. And yes, she’s passionate about humans getting to Mars!<br /> <br /> Laura’s “why not?” attitude ultimately led her to a career in the technology industry where she worked around the world for companies such as HP, KPMG and Perot Systems, as well as starting her own successful supply chain company. <br /> <br /> Laura is now based in Australia where she has a full and fascinating portfolio of local and international interests and directorships including being Chair of LaunchVic (a Government organisation to foster a start-up ecosystem), the Foundation for the Advancement of Science and Technology in Schools, and SVI Global Pty Ltd. <br /> <br /> She’s also on the boards of: the Fulbright Commission, the Australian Grand Prix Corporation, Epworth HealthCare, the National Basketball League, and the Defence Science Institute. <br /> <br /> In this episode, you’ll learn:<br /> <br /> How Laura goes about influencing people, particularly in a male dominated environment<br /> What tools and tactics she uses to manage her mindset<br /> How she thinks about her global network<br /> Her advice to entrepreneurs<br /> And the reasons why she’s on a Mission to Mars!<br /> <br /> Sit back, buckle up and enjoy this episode with the very accomplished and delightful Laura Anderson.<br /> <br />  <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />  <br /> <br /> Links of Interest<br /> <br /> Laura's Website<br /> <br /> Laura on Twitter<br /> <br /> Laura on Instagram<br /> <br />   Claire Hatton & Greta Thomas yes 37:28
June Dally Watkins – Redefining What’s Possible for Women Even at 92! https://dontstopusnow.co/june-dally-watkins-redefining-whats-possible-for-women-even-at-92/ https://dontstopusnow.co/june-dally-watkins-redefining-whats-possible-for-women-even-at-92/#respond Tue, 19 Nov 2019 05:48:35 +0000 https://dontstopusnow.co/?p=1055 This week’s guest is a woman who at the age of 92 is still inspiring thousands of women to be the “best they can be!”. We’re talking about the incredible doyenne of etiquette and deportment, June Dally Watkins. Miss Dally, as she is known, grew up on a sheep farm and attended a one teacher

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https://dontstopusnow.co/june-dally-watkins-redefining-whats-possible-for-women-even-at-92/feed/ 0 This week’s guest is a woman who at the age of 92 is still inspiring thousands of women to be the “best they can be!”. We’re talking about the incredible doyenne of etiquette and deportment, June Dally Watkins. - Miss Dally, as she is known, This week’s guest is a woman who at the age of 92 is still inspiring thousands of women to be the “best they can be!”. We’re talking about the incredible doyenne of etiquette and deportment, June Dally Watkins.<br /> <br /> Miss Dally, as she is known, grew up on a sheep farm and attended a one teacher bush school in regional Australia. Her teacher told her mother that she “would be an absolute failure in life”. He couldn’t have been more wrong.<br /> <br /> At 22, June became Australia’s Fashion Model of the Year and soon became Australia’s first supermodel. She lived the high life as part of the global jetset becoming great friends with Hollywood stars Audrey Hepburn, Bing Crosby and Gregory Peck (who asked her to marry him!).<br /> <br /> When she came back to Australia she started her now famous etiquette and deportment business which made her one of Australia’s first female entrepreneurs. The June Dally Watkins School has gone on to change thousands and thousands of people’s lives. <br /> <br /> She is now, at 92 years of age, an absolute sensation in China where she goes for weeks at a time to teach thousands to be “the best they can be”.<br /> <br /> In this episode you’ll learn:<br /> <br /> How hard it was to be one of the first business women in Australia when women were expected to play the traditional housewife role<br /> Why June pushed through condemnation and criticism to build her business<br /> How she came to be so in demand in China in her 90’s<br /> And her advice on how to stay young.<br /> <br /> Enjoy this episode with the delightful and determined June Dally Watkins.<br /> <br />  <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> Useful Links<br /> <br /> June Dally Watkins Website (JDW)<br /> <br /> Sydney Morning Herald Good Weekend Article on June Dally Watkins<br /> <br /> JDW on Facebook<br /> <br />   Claire Hatton & Greta Thomas yes 33:35
How to Have a Difficult Conversation https://dontstopusnow.co/how-to-have-a-difficult-conversation/ https://dontstopusnow.co/how-to-have-a-difficult-conversation/#respond Tue, 05 Nov 2019 07:52:11 +0000 https://dontstopusnow.co/?p=1039 We get it, no-one likes having a difficult conversation do they?  Yet, it’s a fact of life that we all need to instigate them at different times both at work and at home. And if you want to be successful at work, it’s fair to say that having constructive difficult conversations is a skill you

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https://dontstopusnow.co/how-to-have-a-difficult-conversation/feed/ 0 We get it, no-one likes having a difficult conversation do they?  - Yet, it’s a fact of life that we all need to instigate them at different times both at work and at home. And if you want to be successful at work, We get it, no-one likes having a difficult conversation do they? <br /> <br /> Yet, it’s a fact of life that we all need to instigate them at different times both at work and at home. And if you want to be successful at work, it’s fair to say that having constructive difficult conversations is a skill you just need to master.<br /> <br /> But difficult conversations are hard because they often illicit emotion. Hence many of us procrastinate or dodge conversations that we know we really should have, which can lead to resentment and festering emotions.   <br /> <br /> Procrastinate no more! This week we provide you with some simple tips and tools to help you navigate these tricky situations. <br /> <br /> In fact, we teach how to have difficult work conversations in our leadership programs at companies around the world, including Google, Pinterest, Uber, etc, and our participants tell us that these skills really help. <br /> <br /> In this episode you’ll learn:<br /> <br /> Practical steps you can take to ensure your difficult conversations go as well as possible <br /> Why it’s so important to have difficult conversations<br /> A super useful way to give feedback well <br /> And, how to say No <br /> <br /> Plus, you get to hear an, almost, Oscar-winning feedback role-play (if we say so ourselves)! <br /> <br /> So don’t delay that difficult conversation you’ve been putting off - click below and have a listen and then try it for real! <br /> <br /> You've got this!<br /> <br /> Oh and email us at claireandgreta@dontstopusnow.co if you’d like us to send you our Values Assessment Exercise.<br /> <br />  <br /> <br /> Useful Links<br /> <br /> The SBI Feedback Model<br /> <br /> Additional Reading:<br /> <br /> Crucial Conversations - Tools for Talking When Stake are High by Kerry Paterson<br /> <br /> Radical Candour by Kim Scott Malone<br /> <br /> What's Worst Than Having a Difficult Conversation? Avoiding One! by Deborah Rowland - HBR article<br /> <br />   Claire Hatton & Greta Thomas yes 22:38
How to Avoid Burn-Out: How to be Happy & Healthy in Your Job https://dontstopusnow.co/how-to-avoid-burn-out-how-to-be-happy-healthy-in-your-job/ https://dontstopusnow.co/how-to-avoid-burn-out-how-to-be-happy-healthy-in-your-job/#respond Fri, 01 Nov 2019 04:20:53 +0000 https://dontstopusnow.co/?p=1035 How to Avoid Burn-Out: How to be Happy & Healthy in Your Job by Claire Hatton   Burn-out creeps up on you over a period of time, or at least that’s my experience. It’s not like one day you’re happy and healthy in your job and the next you’re burnt out.   Burn-out was triggered for

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Courtney Hohne – The Road Less Traveled https://dontstopusnow.co/the-road-less-traveled/ https://dontstopusnow.co/the-road-less-traveled/#respond Fri, 01 Nov 2019 03:57:59 +0000 https://dontstopusnow.co/?p=1026 Here’s a wonderful blogpost from our first ever podcast guest, Courtney Hohne, whose had an illustrious career at Google and is now Storyteller for Moonshots at X; The Moonshot Factory (Google’s elite innovation hub). The road less traveled Tips for finding a career in moonshots None of us at X could have looked up “moonshot

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Jodie Fox – The Rise and Demise of Her Global Business https://dontstopusnow.co/jodie-fox-on-the-rise-and-demise-of-her-global-business/ https://dontstopusnow.co/jodie-fox-on-the-rise-and-demise-of-her-global-business/#respond Thu, 24 Oct 2019 11:11:32 +0000 https://dontstopusnow.co/?p=991 Our guest this week has been on an incredible journey in the past decade – building an iconic online retail empire to global heights and then having no choice but to close it all down last year. We’re talking about Shoes of Prey co-founder, Jodie Fox.  The trailblazing Shoes of Prey became a global start-up

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https://dontstopusnow.co/jodie-fox-on-the-rise-and-demise-of-her-global-business/feed/ 0 Our guest this week has been on an incredible journey in the past decade - building an iconic online retail empire to global heights and then having no choice but to close it all down last year. We’re talking about Shoes of Prey co-founder, Jodie Fox. Our guest this week has been on an incredible journey in the past decade - building an iconic online retail empire to global heights and then having no choice but to close it all down last year. We’re talking about Shoes of Prey co-founder, Jodie Fox. <br /> <br /> The trailblazing Shoes of Prey became a global start-up and fashion darling during its nine years in business - offering shoes that its customers could personally design and customise online. It was a truly innovative concept. <br /> <br /> Big name VC firms thought so too, and Jodie and her two male co-founders raised around $30 million over the life of the business before coming to the heart-wrenching decision to cease trading in August last year. The problem? Despite a stunning launch years earlier, they simply couldn’t get the scale to make the business sustainable in the long term. <br /> <br /> Jodie was the Chief Creative Officer and public face of Shoes of Prey, so coming to terms with having to shut down the business, and its global offices, has been particularly confronting for her in the past year having spent the past ten years living and breathing the brand. <br /> <br /> In this episode you’ll learn :<br /> <br /> How and why Jodie went from being a risk averse young lawyer to a start-up co-founder <br /> What it was like to be married and then divorced to one of her co-founders whilst still having to work in the business together<br /> The three key lessons she’s taken away from the high profile failure of their venture<br /> And, how vulnerable she feels sharing so much of her personal story in her new book.<br /> <br /> This is Jodie’s first podcast interview since Shoes of Prey was shut down and it comes as she’s launching her book about the incredible journey she’s been on: ‘Reboot - More Than You Ever Probably Wanted to Know About Starting a Global Business’. <br /> <br /> We loved this discussion and Jodie’s generosity in sharing what she’s learnt. Be sure not to miss this one and be among the first to hear her fascinating stories. Plus, enter our competition to win one of ten copies of Jodie’s book that we are giving away to lucky subscribers. <br /> <br /> Happy Listening!<br /> <br /> <br />  <br /> <br /> <br /> Jodie with co-Founders Michael Fox and Mike Knapp; the early days of Shoes of Prey; a Shoes of Prey concept store in the US; Jodie<br /> Links of interest<br /> <br /> Jodie's website<br /> <br /> Win one of 10 of Jodie's new book<br /> <br /> Jodie's Youtube Channel<br /> <br /> Jodie on Insta<br /> <br /> Jodie on Linkedin<br /> <br /> Buy Jodie's new book - Reboot, More Than You Probably Ever Wanted to Know About Starting a Global Business<br /> <br /> Booktopia - Australia<br /> <br /> Amazon - US<br /> <br /> Amazon - UK<br /> <br />   Claire Hatton & Greta Thomas yes 41:55