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Economics Detective Radio is a podcast about markets, ideas, institutions, and all things related to the field of economics. Episodes consist of long-form interviews and are generally released on Fridays. Topics include economic theory, economic history, the history of thought, money, banking, finance, macroeconomics, public choice, business cycles, health care, education, international trade, and anything else of interest to economists, students, and serious amateurs interested in the scien ...
 
Pete Tessier hosts the leading podcast about Insurance. Whether it's home insurance, auto insurance, business, people, insurance companies or more the Insurance Podcast discusses the relevant issues within the P&C insurance sector. From CEOs, to insurance brokers, VPs, owners, innovators, the podcast will feature those within the insurance industry who lead change. This podcast also considers the future with social media, consumer facing, fin-tech or startups, or AI, we will shed light on wh ...
 
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College football is back ... sort of. Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker discuss the unusual return of college football, but more specifically the Big Ten (2:20). Then, Listener Mail, when they answer the question, “What’s your favorite word to try and jam into every one of your stories?” (24:20) Plus, Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan White House photo…
 
Russillo briefly shares his thoughts on the Clippers’ Game 7 collapse vs. the Nuggets (3:28). Then he talks with Denver Nuggets president of basketball operations Tim Connelly about his role in the bubble when the Nuggets are down 3-1 in a playoff series, Denver’s coaching adjustments throughout the playoffs, scouting Nikola Jokic back in 2014, Jok…
 
Sports Director from WCNC and Coleman Cooler-Sitter Nick Carboni joins the show to over/under react to the Panthers 34-30 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday, talk about the best fast food fries and what they want to see the Panthers moving forward. Who impressed? Who didn't live up to expectations? Can we expect to see more close losses like t…
 
Home security is changing from an old tech reactive model to a new age proactive system that integrates far beyond the traditional monitoring station. Dhruv Garg drops by to explain how Kangaroo and it's connected systems will change the way insurance looks at home security and why it's value proposition is far better than what the insurance indust…
 
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker break down what the upcoming presidential debates could look like with moderator Chris Wallace—or perhaps Joe Rogan, who recently expressed interest in moderating on a recent episode of his podcast (3:08). They then discuss the return of the NFL (19:00) and its broadcasting as Fox sportscaster Adam Amin joins to dis…
 
Russillo introduces a new weekly NFL awards segment (2:28) before he is joined by Super Bowl champ Trent Dilfer to discuss NFL Week 1, including Tom Brady and the Buccaneers’ cohesion issues, the Eagles' meltdown vs. Washington, a good start for Cam Newton and the Patriots, Aaron Donald’s defensive dominance, “the James Harden of QBs," and Cowboys-…
 
We made it, fam. Week 1. Co-Host of The Wake Up Call on ESPN 730 the Game Walker Mehl joins the show to talk how to pronounce gif, whether the Panthers coaching staff can re-invent football, surprises about the 53-man roster and what his expectations are for the Panthers in 2020. They'll dive deep into the Raiders and where the Panthers have the ad…
 
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker dive deep into Trump’s recent comments to veteran journalist Bob Woodward (2:08). They question Woodward’s motives and examine whether or not he should’ve waited to release his revealing interview earlier (13:33). Novelist Don Winslow joins to discuss his latest collection of short stories, ‘Broken’ (32:10). Plus: T…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on Game 6 of the Raptors-Celtics playoff series (3:25) before he is joined by The Ringer’s Kevin Clark to discuss the unprecedented NFL season that kicks off tonight with the Chiefs and Texans. They talk expectations for Tom Brady in Tampa Bay, the Rams‘ playoff hopes, Jimmy G and the 49ers, an exciting Cowboys team, Su…
 
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker dissect Trump’s complicated relationship with the military and the truth (2:36), and they break down Jeffrey Goldberg’s Atlantic story on the president and the complexities of anonymous reporting (3:34:). Then, they discuss remote learning and COVID-19’s impact on education (22:37). Next, Time magazine’s Molly Ball …
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on Nuggets-Clippers and Raptors-Celtics (3:50) before he is joined by two-time Super Bowl champion Chris Long to discuss the start of the NFL season. They talk Week 1 feelings as a player, Cam Newton as the Patriots’ captain, a do-or-die season for Carson Wentz, the slept-on Steelers, Jamal Adams hype, favorite edge rus…
 
Newest members to Paperhouse Network, Andras Jones and Bryan Connolly talk to Nick about their extremely positive podcast, The World is Wrong. Taking a look at some unpopular opinions on film, the duo brings a "no argument" approach to movie criticism and find themselves defending Adam Sandler movies, among many others. Movie fans, art critics, and…
 
Telling a story is never easy, but telling a story about insurance is even harder but Charles Alexander knows how. Insurance can scare consumers into purchasing but it can also educate them into purchasing the right coverage, coverage that agents and brokers struggle to explain in the sales process. Charles shares his tips, tricks and things not to…
 
Will Bryan, Co-Host of The Happy Half Hour AKA Panthers Stat Guy joins the show to talk Taylor Swift vs. DMB, wearing sunglasses at night and the Matt Rhule curse before they jump into the main event, drafting a full 53-man roster between Josh, Will & Colin. They'll talk about whether PJ Walker or Will Grier is the backup quarterback, whether or no…
 
From antifa planes to golf metaphors and bags of soup, Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker break down the chaotic Trump campaign (2:05). Then, during Listener Mail, they answer the question, “Why does every nonfiction book have such a long subtitle?” (23:18). Then CNN commentator Brian Stelter stops by to discuss his new book, ‘Hoax: Donald Trump, Fox…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on the Rockets closing out Game 7 against the Thunder, the Brooklyn Nets hiring Steve Nash as their head coach, and the Bucks' trouble down 0-2 in their Round 2 series against the Heat (1:39). He's then joined by Kyle Brandt to discuss his recent episode of '10 Questions' with Kirk Cousins; the 12-year saga that led to …
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on Rockets-Thunder Game 6, as well as Kawhi vs. Giannis in the debate for best player in the league (1:26), before talking with ESPN’s Royce Young about the Rockets-Thunder Round 1 series that has now come down to Game 7 (17:44). Then Ryen is joined by The Ringer’s Danny Kelly to discuss fantasy football draft strategie…
 
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker discuss Trump’s approach to this year’s election. They break down his remarks on protesting, violence, and the Democratic Party (2:35). They then discuss the newspapers that are getting rid of their newsrooms and the impact it could have on the profession (20:30). Then, sportswriter Jeff Benedict joins to talk about…
 
Anton Howes returns to the podcast to discuss his new book, Arts and Minds: How the Royal Society of Arts Changed a Nation. From its beginnings in a coffee house in the mid-eighteenth century, the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce has tried to improve British life in every way imaginable. It has sought to influe…
 
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker break down the best and worst of the Republican National Convention (3:00). Then they discuss the NBA strike and how it has turned the attention from Orlando to Kenosha, Wisconsin (36:10). Then it's time for Listener Mail, as the guys answer the question, “What is the highest achievement a Press Box listener can unl…
 
Russillo is joined by The Ringer’s Raja Bell to discuss the NBA players' strike in response to the shooting of Jacob Blake, as well as the Lakers, Clippers, and Bucks seemingly finding their playoff groove, stories from Raja's time with the 76ers in 2001 and 2002, NBA playoff speculation, and more (5:37). Then Ryen answers some listener-submitted L…
 
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