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Hosted by Ben Domenech, this is a daily podcast featuring engaging and in-depth conversations with journalists, scholars, authors, politicians, and thinkers of all stripes. Along with guest hosts Mollie Hemingway, Christopher Bedford, and Emily Jashinsky, Domenech delivers smart and compelling dialogues on politics, culture, religion, and the news of the day. Support the show by subscribing, rating, and writing a review!
 
A podcast for cinephiles of all stripes. Join Rob & Sam, two life-long friends, one a veteran of the film industry, the other a Cambridge-educated writer on books, movies and graphic novels. Each week they talk about a film and some of the ideas it throws up.
 
Conversations with brand builders who seduce, rather than sell, add myth to the material and let their brands shine - we call them Ueber-Brands. Go to www.ueberbrands.com for rich podcast notes, pictures, further reading and for our blog. We appreciate comments and (good) ratings ;-)
 
The Oscars often award "Best Picture" to the wrong movie. Which is why movie experts, Cody Lunsford, Chad Oliver, and Mark Watlington take their job very seriously as they search for and discuss their picks for the best movie of each year they've been alive, all in search for the greatest movie of their lifetime.
 
The idea for Prestige Worldwide was started much like how all great ideas are started: Drunkenly. Barely able to stand, and most certainly slurring their words, Bobo and Travis came to the conclusion that, “we have a lot of opinions and nothing to do with them." The first idea was a series of perfectly-worded letters to the editor of the local newspaper. However, with subscribers down and the fact that the newspapers are a dying art, they instead turned their focus to the internet. Prestige ...
 
A weekly, retro-and-nostalgia-themed podcast co-hosted by brothers Colin and Dagan Moriarty. Video games, television shows, movies, books, toys, comics, and more... this podcast covers it all. New episodes post each Thursday. To get every episode a week early and ad-free, as well as gain the ability to submit questions and comments to be read on the show, please consider supporting the show on Patreon: patreon.com/colinslaststand Link to survey: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4Link to survey: https:// ...
 
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Are TV dramas OK? I ask because, sometime during the past decade, a format once rooted in the daily struggles of more-or-less normal human beings came a bit unglued. So-called prestige drama got darker, stranger, flashier, pulpier, scarier or simply more intense. Forced by a surplus of original content to find a gimmick, many TV creators have turne…
 
On its periphery, the 2006 film The Prestige is about an ever-escalating rivalry between two 19th century magicians, but in reality, its thematic focus is about something far more sinister: Obsession. Christopher and Jonathan Nolan's adaptation of the novel by the same name boasts a star-studded cast and a convincing recreation of late-Victorian Lo…
 
Wait a sec, I thought this movie was called "Leon the Professional"? Well, apparently that's only true if you're in France. In America, it's just called "The Professional," while in the UK and Australia they get to call it just "Leon." Luckily, the actual movie is far less fickle, and far less horny toward it's preteen protagonist depending, again,…
 
What has been lost from the viewing experience now that most TV requires you to actively pay attention at all times (1:38)? Chris and Andy mull over that question, as well as what prestige TV looks like in 2020 (13:52) and the experience of watching a TV show like 'Borgen' versus 'Fargo' (28:39). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald…
 
What has been lost from the viewing experience now that most TV requires youto actively pay attention at all times (1:38)? Chris and Andy mull over thatquestion, as well as what prestige TV looks like in 2020 (13:52) and theexperience of watching a TV show like 'Borgen' versus 'Fargo' (28:39). Hosts:Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald…
 
We’re back! Almost! While you wait for our real return, here’s Frotcast 450, now free for the piggies. If you want to hear these in a timely manner, subscribe on Patreon.com/Frotcast. If you’d like to hear us yap about the Sopranos, we have a bunch of new Pod Yourself A Gun episodes for you. — We may not be seeing Tenet, Christopher Nolan’s latest,…
 
Our film this time is Guy Ritchie’s 1998 break-out film, which spawned a host of not-always-successful imitators — even among the work of Ritchie himself! We talk about whether a film sometimes has to do no more than just look cool, what changed in pop culture around the time of the Millennium, and where the heist even is in this film. Next Time Th…
 
Have you ever wanted to open a physical location for your brand but you weren't sure what to do, where to go, or what to expect? Well we are going to chat it up with the teacher of "Build Your Fempire with a Brick and Mortar", CEO/Founder of Creations by Jen, Jen Ortiz. Jen stopped by Pink Radio to share why this topic is important to share with wo…
 
"Entrepreneurship is the single greatest vehicle for self-improvement" One of the many incredible lines from my conversation with Gym Lord himself, Alex Hormozi. This dude has so much to offer the world of Business that 1 hour with me didn't do him much justice We talk about always living with a balanced level of satisfaction and dissatisfaction, w…
 
We all know getting entangled in the criminal justice system leads to serious consequences. But few among us really understand that the slightest brush with the law bears an even stricter potential sentence – a lifetime trapped in an inescapable cycle of poverty. A new report from the Brennan Center for Justice at the NYU School of Law shows that $…
 
Going into the home stretch of the 2020 presidential election, President Trump has seized on an unusual political tactic: take credit for the return of Big Ten football to appeal to sports-crazy voters in key Midwestern swing states. When conference officials announced Aug. 11 that they would postpone the football season due to the COVID-19 pandemi…
 
As part of its routine review process, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the agency responsible for evaluating and deciding if the handful of COVID-19 vaccines currently being studied are safe and effective enough to use by people around the world, convened a committee on Oct. 22 to allow experts and the public to learn about and comment…
 
On Wednesday night, U.K. lawmakers voted against a motion that would have extended free school meals to children over school vacations, helping to offset a growing hunger crisis in the country that has left as many as a fifth of children in households regularly beset by hunger. The vote was a disappointment for Marcus Rashford, one of England’s bri…
 
Very rarely is there pleasure to be had in anxiety, except, sometimes, in the movies, where a smart filmmaker can brush it with just enough glitter dust to draw us in. In Sofia Coppola’s wistful New York fairytale-caper On the Rocks, Rashida Jones plays Laura, a New Yorker with a problem: she has what appears to be a dream marriage—to Dean, a thoug…
 
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, National Review Senior Writer David Harsanyi reunites with The Federalist Senior Editor Mollie Hemingway to discuss the significance of President Trump's successful foreign policy record, the third presidential debate, and the media's hypocrisy in refusing to cover the New York Post's Biden family corru…
 
After the nearly unintelligible shout-fest of 2020’s first presidential debate, the last match-up between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden felt like a throwback to something approaching normal. In a more sedate, more substantive and more respectful sequel, the candidates still had plenty to squabble over. With just 12 days un…
 
To not a lot of people’s surprise, the short-form streaming service Quibi shut down this week (01:03). Chris and Andy talk about where the company failed and whether there was anything that could have saved it (13:06). Plus, some director bullshit (32:36) and the ultimately disappointing end of ‘The Third Day’ (41:15). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Gr…
 
To not a lot of peoples surprise, the short-form streaming service Quibishut down this week (01:03). Chris and Andy talk about where the company failedand whether there was anything that could have saved it (13:06). Plus, somedirector bullshit (32:36) and the ultimately disappointing end of The ThirdDay (41:15). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald…
 
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Saagar Enjeti, host of "Rising" on Hill TV, joins Senior Editor Christopher Bedford and Culture Editor Emily Jashinksy to discuss the role elites such as big tech monopolies, mainstream media, and others play in muddying the waters surrounding the election using their accrued power. Join the conversatio…
 
COVID-19 vaccines are projected to be available to the entire American public by April 2021, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said at an Oct. 21 press briefing. That timeline is in keeping with estimates made by other public-health officials, but is among the strongest and most specific statements made about the wide…
 
(If you subscribe at Patreon.com/Frotcast, you can get this hot ‘tent while it’s still hot and fresh! We love you! No refunds.) Hey all! Time for your weekly dose of content! This week, Vince and Matt watched the new Bill and Ted movie featuring two very decrepit Hollywood icons, Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter playing characters that were cultural zo…
 
(WASHINGTON) — U.S. officials accused Iran on Wednesday of being behind a flurry of emails sent to Democratic voters in multiple battleground states that appeared to be aimed at intimidating them into voting for President Donald Trump. The announcement at a rare, hastily called news conference just two weeks before the election underscored the conc…
 
When Yiqi Liu and her mother, Qi Wu, became U.S. citizens last year, they took an oath to support and defend the U.S. Constitution. But, they say, they received little information about one of the biggest benefits that the Constitution would now allow them: the ability to vote. “When I became a citizen, the opportunity of registering to vote on the…
 
(ROME) — Pope Francis endorsed same-sex civil unions for the first time as pontiff while being interviewed for the feature-length documentary “Francesco,” which premiered Wednesday at the Rome Film Festival. The papal thumbs-up came midway through the film that delves into issues Francis cares about most, including the environment, poverty, migrati…
 
This week's episode begins with a funeral, but like, the kind of funeral where no one is surprised or sad? Then we talk about this year's off-feeling season of Bake-Off, Kathryn's latest weird dick show, and a bushel of listener questions. SHOW NOTES: RIP in peace Quibi: https://www.theverge.com/2020/10/21/21527197/quibi-streaming-service-mobile-sh…
 
So we weren't able to record this week, so we decided to bring you guys one of our favorite episodes of Opposite Attractions where Blake joined us as a guest and we showed YOU how to drink at Epcot! If you like it, consider checking out the OppAtt show! Remember to send in your ideas for the show to us on Twitter @ALoadOfPureBS or email us at ALoad…
 
Donald Trump was raised in the chapel of positive thoughts. While he was growing up, Trump’s family attended the Manhattan church of Norman Vincent Peale, the evangelist who preached self-realization and wrote the 1952 best-selling book The Power of Positive Thinking. Trump rarely talks about losing anything.…
 
ATTN: THIS IS MERELY A TEASER. FOR THE FULL EPISODE, SUBSCRIBE AT PATREON.COM/FROTCAST! This week on the Frot, we’re talking about the hot new Sacha Baron Cohen project currently setting the internet wags on fire. That’s right, I’m talking about The Trial Of The Chicago 7, Aaron Sorkin’s new Netflix joint about hippies, protests, the radical left, …
 
On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Father James Altman of Lacrosse, Wisconsin joins Senior Editor Christopher Bedford and Political Editor John Daniel Davidson to discuss the failure of Catholic priests and bishops to speak the truth clearly and boldly. Sponsored by The Bradley Foundation Join the conversation and comment on this podcast…
 
(LOUISVILLE, Ky.) — A grand juror who won a court fight to speak publicly about the Breonna Taylor investigation took issue Tuesday with statements by Kentucky's attorney general and said the jury was not given the option to consider charges connected to Taylor's shooting death by police.
 
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. Voters yesterday lined up before dawn to cast some of the first votes in Miami. The lines at polling stations in Philadelphia have been out the door since September. And last week, the numbers on the first da…
 
On Oct. 20, researchers at the Imperial College of London announced plans for the first human challenge study of COVID-19, which involves deliberately infecting volunteers with the virus that causes the disease, in order to test the effectiveness of vaccines. The strategy is controversial, as researchers have to weigh the risks of infection against…
 
As COVID-19 began spreading around the world several months ago, sporting events from little league games to elite competitions were cancelled—and for good reason, as close contact among athletes and spectators can foster the spread of the novel coronavirus. A February soccer game in Italy, for example, helped fuel that country's outbreak, while th…
 
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