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Famous sporting names take on an 'interview' like no other, as Colin Murray asks his guests to leave the questions to chance. '52' sees guests select playing cards from a deck, on each of them a random question, setting the agenda for the most unpredictable sports podcast around. From 'When did you last cry?' to 'What superpower would you like to have?', the rule book has been ripped up. Shuffle up.
 
A podcast devoted to the hit Showtime series Dexter, delving into the journey of Dexter Morgan, the serial killer hiding in plain sight as a police blood spatter expert in Miami. With episode commentary and plotline and character analysis, this is a perfect companion to the tv show. Email feedback to dissectingdexter@gmail.com or follow on Twitter @dissectdexter
 
A brand new, original audio drama from the team at Three-Pound Magician: In a disquieting future, all of humanity is united by the System, the ultimate in communications technology that connects all minds simultaneously. But in the distant fringes of outer worlds, agitators plot to separate human consciousness and society from the System's power; it falls on Captain Kennick Anderson to stop them, but in the twilight solitude of space he's left to wonder where his loyalties really lie. "Clari ...
 
Don't Tell Me The Score is the podcast that uses sport to explore life's bigger questions. Each week Simon Mundie sits down with an expert, from the biggest sporting names in the world to former Buddhist monks, neuroscientists, psychologists and philosophers. They discuss a theme that tells us something insightful about life and how best to live it, from the importance of self-acceptance, to facing addiction and developing resilience - right through to getting your circadian rhythms in sync ...
 
Join Cherelle and explore the songs and stories of our talented Canadian artists and music industry leaders. Cherelle digs deep, the interviews are very conversational and she has a fun-loving way of getting artists to open up about their musical journey. Cherelle is quoted as saying, "Make a Scene started out with my husband Marc Gladstone (Prism) and I lamenting about the state of the music scene in Vancouver, and how hard it is to get people out of their homes and into the venues. So we s ...
 
Golf Weekly from OTB with Joe, Nathan, Peter, Fionn and friends. It's actually the best golf pod out there but don't take our word for it! 'Not complete golf nerds, but right on the border' - Mad 99 'Actually the best golf pod out there' - Tom the gunner 'Very enjoyable and insightful... a must for any golf fan' - Dirpaddy 'Best jingle on any golf podcast by a mile!' - jmoylan78 Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Lost Labels Podcast is dedicated to digging into the history of seminal alternative record labels, both well-known and forgotten. It is my hope that such a podcast might shed light on unjustly overlooked gems of punk, power pop, rockabilly, psychedelic, and new wave. Many of these albums are long-out of print and do not exist in digital form, practically unheard of in today’s day and age, but still deserve to be discovered (or rediscovered) by modern listeners.
 
The podcast for Australian regional startups, founders and the organisations that support them. Welcome to Day One is supported and the founder spotlights are made possible by our major sponsor the City of Newcastle’s Newihub. Join the community made up of entrepreneurs from Newcastle & the surrounding areas. Go to Newihub to sign up for your free account. “I've never seen someone pull together audio clips with this level of clarity and logic, it really is top-notch work.” -Murray Hurps, Dir ...
 
iThink - is hosted by Crispin Blackall and Melissa Brown and new episodes are released fortnightly. Episodes have been created to explore a leadership or career topic in detail, for instance the first series took a deep dive into the world of non executive director or board roles. The hosts ask all the questions you want to know if you are considering this as a future career opportunity.Series 1 - So You Want to be a Director - Getting a Board (NED) RoleSeries 2 - Do You Have a Start Up In You?
 
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Olympic medallist Steve Cram talks to Colin about his life from his world mile record in Oslo, to winning silver at the 1984 Olympics, his rivalry with the two other giants of middle distance running Sebastian Coe and Steve Ovett and his bizarre experiences being the ‘face’ of a breakfast cereal. Plus, Steve Cram’s archive advice for anyone with a …
 
Adam, Greg, and WIll - the Three Man Weave - get together to discuss the trades that netted Boston Kris Dunn, Bruno Fernando, and Josh Richardson. The guys look at each players individual fit, what it could mean for Evan Fournier, and how the roster is currently shaping up Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Why avoiding sport's undoubted riches and ensuing fame - and remaining grounded and humble - can be a blessing. Laura was the world's number one squash player and its World Champion. However, squash doesn't get the attention of some other sports, and is overlooked by the International Olympic Committee time and again. Using her mantra 'life can onl…
 
First, I want to mention that readers of Unsupervised Learning may hear the doorbell from Duke (from “Duke Tales”) mid-recording. While he usually visits me evenings, Duke made a special afternoon stop, perhaps thanks to the appearance of a Tesla in the driveway. With that out of the way, I’m very excited to present this conversation with Linda Ave…
 
We're back! Welcome to Season 3 of The Jackass-Cast in which we celebrate everything related to your favourite t.v comedy Corner Gas. In the first episode I chat wise with Brent Butt to celebrate the fourth and final season of Corner Gas Animated! We talk about getting jabbed by men with ticks, new season guests and Brent answers your questions!!…
 
Daniele Audetto was a key figure in arguably one of the most tumultuous and exciting seasons in F1 history: 1976. As team manager at Ferrari, he reported directly back to Enzo Ferrari from each race – and that included giving him the bad news when Niki Lauda was critically injured at the German Grand Prix. In this week’s show, 45 years on from that…
 
Adam, Will, and Greg dive into Team USA's loss to France, looking at Tatum and Fournier in particular, and comparing the teams struggles to that of the Mighty Ducks movies. They also look at the Nigel Hayes rumors, and have a brief discussion on Bradley Beal. Here's the link to Candles Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adch…
 
Remembering the importance of play - with the first woman to make a British Olympic rowing team after having children. Helen Glover is already a two-time Olympic Gold medal winner, and wasn't expecting to have the opportunity to win a third. Since winning gold at Rio 2016, Helen has given birth to three children. She has a three-year old, and a pai…
 
In this conversation, I discuss “cultural evolution” with Alex Mesoudi. The very term can be confusing and perplexing to some. After all, it seems intuitive that culture evolves and changes. But here Mesoudi and I discuss the science of cultural evolution, which is today a robust and interdisciplinary field (also see my conversation with Richard Mc…
 
Joe, Fionn and Dave look back on the major season as it comes to a close for the year. They debate their favourite winner of the year. They talk Seamus Power and his win last week; and the Olympics are upon us, they talk Rory's approach to it. Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Grammy nominated singer Bonnie Tyler whose career spans five decades talks to Colin Murray about her life including how Tina Turner helped her regain her confidence, what she thought when she first heard Total Eclipse Of The Heart and becoming a hit on TikTok. Midnight Meets is part of Colin Murray’s BBC Radio 5 Live show which is on Monday to Thur…
 
Colin Sexton seems to be a name on the lips of most Celtics fans, with the notion of him replacing Kemba Walker's offensive output the most logical reason. Adam is joined by Evan Dammerall of Fear The Sword and Locked' On Cavs to discuss Sexton's skill set, his potential fit with Boston, and if the Celtics could offer an attractive enough package t…
 
This week’s guest may not be a household name, but for 20 years he was at the epicentre of Formula 1. Between the late 70s to early 90s, Peter Collins worked for Lotus under Colin Chapman, then Williams under Sir Frank, then Benetton alongside Flavio Briatore, before returning to run Lotus. In various managerial roles during that period he worked w…
 
Today on this bonus episode of Unsupervised Learning I’m excited to talk to Patrick Wyman about his new book, The Verge: Reformation, Renaissance, and Forty Years that Shook the World. Full disclosure, I enjoyed The Verge, and a review will be posted from me on National Review Online within the next week. Wyman is the host of Tides of History, a po…
 
This podcast episode is for draft junkies and those who want to familiarize themselves with the Celtics options at pick number 45 - in the middle of the second round of the upcoming NBA draft on Thursday, July 29. Adam and Josh Motenko are joined by special guest Adam Spinella, who leads CelticsBlog’s draft coverage and has put out some impressive …
 
In the words of one of Britain's greatest ever athletes, "complacency has a tendency to bite you on the backside". At the 1992 Olympics, Colin Jackson was hot favourite to win gold in the 110 metres hurdles, but finished seventh in the final after getting ahead of himself in the earlier rounds. Jackson won the World Championships twice thereafter a…
 
Presenter and former gymnast Gabby Logan chats to Colin about why she started supporting Newcastle United, how she met her husband, why the conversation around the menopause needs to be changed and what she thought about Flockstars. Midnight Meets is part of Colin Murray’s BBC Radio 5 Live show which is on Monday to Thursday, 10.30pm to 1am – or av…
 
Last week we saw the debut of two new possible human “species”, one in Israel and another in China (read my post on the topic or listen to the podcast with Vagheesh Narasimhan). The team out of Israel did not explicitly name their find a new species, referring to it as the “Nesha Ramla hominin.” But it is clear reading between the lines that they b…
 
Adam is joined by Wayne Breezie to discuss the hiring of new player development coach Aaron Miles, and what it means for the teams youthful contingent, and Jayson Tatum sitting out of team USA's exhibition game against Argentina Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesBy SB Nation
 
Charles Leclerc returns to Beyond The Grid for a second time – and hasn’t a lot happened since his last visit? Charles last came on the show in 2018, when he was in his rookie season with Alfa Romeo Sauber but had just signed to race for Ferrari. Since then he’s become a superstar of the sport, winning races and taking brilliant poles, but also hav…
 
Last week two new hominin fossils were published in the scientific literature, and extensively reported on in the media. “Dragon Man”, discovered in Harbin, China, and dating to 140,000 years ago is claimed to be a new species that is the closest to the modern human lineage. Meanwhile, the hominin discovered at Nesha Ramla in Israel dates to 120,00…
 
It may be easy to think – we all know how to breath, but many of us do it in a way that is not optimal for our health. This week’s guest is science journalist and best-selling author of 'Breath, the new science of a lost art' James Nestor. The science shows breathing through your nose is key, as is not over-breathing – something we are prone to doi…
 
Richard Hanania is the president of the Center for the Study of Partisanship and Ideology (CSPI). He also runs a Substack and a podcast that are “must-read/listen.” Richard is perceived as something of a contrarian, so I wanted to ask him about Israel and its role in American politics because he has opinions on that topic somewhat outside of the ma…
 
Soulful Pop R&B artist, JERRICA ALYSSA, is excited to announce her freshman EP release, Feelin’ New. Filipina-Canadian, multi-instrumentalist Jerrica brings infectious passion to her ballads and dance tunes, which starts with her insightful songwriting. She is a real BOSS with unusual flavors: Fillipina fire, conservatory chops and a well earned Po…
 
By popular demand, Samo Burja is my first repeat guest on this podcast. You’ve been asking for him, so when he wrote a great piece in Palladium Magazine, Why Civilization Is Older Than We Thought, I had to ask him back on. Much of the piece is specifically about Göbekli Tepe, an ancient site in Turkey that predates the Neolithic, dating to 11,600 y…
 
Ime Udoka's coaching staff is slowly taking shape, with Hardy and Stoudamire joining the team. But does this shift towards well respected coaches (most of whom have NBA playing experience) also indicate a shift in how Steven's will look to shape this roster? Right now, there's no coach on the bench with a reputation for developing young players, ra…
 
Adam is joined by CelticsBlog's Michael Pearce to discuss his recent article which made the case for Al Horford to be the primary big, with Rob Williams coming off the bench. They look at the pro's and cons of both players, along with the pressure they will receive from those behind them in the rotation. Who do you think should get the starting rol…
 
Multi Emmy award-winning composer Bill Conti talks to Colin about how he wrote the music for the Rocky franchise, meeting his wife at a dance audition and the challenges of keeping the stars on track as musical director at the Academy Awards. Midnight Meets is part of Colin Murray’s BBC Radio 5 Live show which is on Monday to Thursday, 10.30pm to 1…
 
This week’s guest, Norbert Haug, held one of the most influential jobs in motorsport for more than 20 years. As the boss of Mercedes-Benz motorsport, he oversaw all of the company’s racing activities – indeed it was him who decided to return the Silver Arrows to F1 as an engine supplier in 1993. Once back, Mercedes enjoyed great success in partners…
 
The importance of building strong foundations and not striving to reach your goal too quickly. Matt Little has coached Andy Murray for 15 years, and is the longest standing member of his entourage. He is a man who knows the importance of values, and of building strong foundations - rather than rushing to achieve success in the shortest time possibl…
 
I’ve known Ramez Naam since 2003 when he wrote More Than Human: Embracing the Promise of Biological Enhancement. Back then he was leading a team at Microsoft, and moonlighting as a writer. Over the last twenty years, he’s changed careers, and become a full-time writer and speaker. He’s the author of three science fiction books, Crux, Apex, and Nexu…
 
Brad Stevens, Ime Udoka, Wyc Grousbeck: These three names have all talked about one thing - flexibility. Adam and Will try to make sense of the changing tide within the Celtics organization, from finesse trades that are needed to the bigger picture on the court. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Dr Gaye Manwaring MBE discusses the amazing story behind her book "Waiting in the Wings: Letters of a Pilot in World War II", explaining the incredible real-life discovery of hundreds of letters exchanged between her parents during the Second World War which made the anthology possible. For more information, please visit: https://www.extremispublis…
 
Former Rugby Union player and pundit Ugo Monye talks to Colin about learning to play ruby at boarding school, winning the Premiership in 2012 and the ‘farcical’ Bloodgate scandal.This interview was originally recorded in February 2021. Midnight Meets is part of Colin Murray’s BBC Radio 5 Live show which is on Monday to Thursday, 10.30pm to 1am – or…
 
On this week’s show Tom welcomes back Red Bull boss Christian Horner, who was one of the first guests on the pod back in 2018. Since then the team have re-emerged as title protagonists, with a real chance of taking both titles in 2021. Horner discusses their turnaround in fortunes, plus the journey they’ve been on to reach this point. There’s talk …
 
Adam and Greg discuss the hiring of Ime Udoka and what they hope to see from the new Celtics head coach. They explore the available assistants and who could be a good fit, before discussing possible roster moves to free up the logjam of "dead wood" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
What does success mean? Is the simple 'winner and losers' narrative we hear about in sport and life too simplistic? Tim Henman reached six major tennis semi-finals - four at Wimbledon - and was ranked fourth in the world. And yet – in some quarters – there is a false narrative that somehow Tim didn't deliver, or choked when it mattered most. If tha…
 
Three years ago the Golden State Killer was arrested through genetic genealogy enabled by the new direct-to-consumer platforms. Over the past several years many more cases have been solved through new DNA techniques and database searches. But more recently, Montana and Maryland banned the practice. Six years after the original CSI went off the air,…
 
Comedian and actor Sally Phillips talks to Colin about why she wouldn’t turn down a return to Alan Partridge, the pressure of making Smack the Pony and how close she was to being Bridget Jones. Warning: This episode contains farting. Midnight Meets is part of Colin Murray’s BBC Radio 5 Live show which is on Monday to Thursday 10.30pm to 1am - or av…
 
Adam is joined by CelticsBlog legend Keith Smith to discuss all the major talking points surrounding the Celtics from a cap sheet perspective. Is Lonzo Ball really worth being hard capped? Why is the hard cap such an issue when the Celtics have navigated it recently? What players are available in the TPE ranges? How does Horford's partially guarant…
 
Jacques Laffite was part of a wave of fast French F1 drivers who hit the grid in the 1970s and 80s. His 12-year F1 career brought six race victories and he had more than one shot at the World Championship. It’s a record he’s pleased with, but as he reveals, his career is tinged with regret. Jacques tells Tom Clarkson about his eye-opening debut at …
 
On this episode of the The Celtics PRIDE podcast the guys react to the Celtics trading Kemba Walker and the 16th pick in this year’s draft for Al Horford and Moses Brown. Was this a good deal for the Celtics? Did they make the trade too early in the not-even-the-offseason? Was it too much to give up the 1st round pick in addition to Kemba? The guys…
 
Adam and Greg are joined by Anna Horford to discuss the recent trade that saw the former Celtics big-man return to Boston. Anna speaks about the moment the family found out the news, Al's excitement at coming back to Boston, what AL envisions his role being on the team, and the mutual respect between him and the Jays. Tune in to get the inside scoo…
 
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