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Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle discuss and dissect the top Premier League storylines after every single match week. Together, the former Premier League players and current NBC Sports analysts host "The 2 Robbies Podcast" providing fans with top-class punditry on the most exciting soccer league in the world.
 
The Athletic Football Podcast is our flagship show, running four times a week throughout the Premier League season. Hosted by Mark Chapman and Dan Bardell, featuring the likes of David Ornstein, Adam Crafton, Flo Lloyd-Hughes, Matt Slater and many others, they'll take you inside the biggest stories and bring you exclusive news from behind the scenes at your club.
 
About Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP SGR is a full service, international law firm that advises regional, national and global businesses on a wide range of legal matters. The firm’s more than 200 attorneys provide legal counsel in more than 45 specialized practice areas, including corporate transactions, litigation, intellectual property, aviation, banking, construction and employment law. Founded in 1893, SGR has offices in Atlanta, Austin, Jacksonville, London, Munich, New York, Southampto ...
 
Southampton History Speaks is a podcast series showcasing the research and teaching interests of history staff at the University of Southampton. We welcome listeners of all stripes: history buffs, other academics, and students who want to get a head start on expanding their knowledge. Episodes span a broad time period and range of topics, from Cleopatra’s Egypt, to the Space Age, to the War on Terror.
 
Total Saints Podcast is 100% dedicated to Southampton Football Club - the greatest team in the world. By far (Editors note: in our completely bias opinion anyway!). Martin Starke is joined by regular panellists Steve Grant, Glen de la Cour and Dan Sheldon (The Athletic) diving into the heart of all things Saints FC with a good mix of opinion, entertainment and humour. "Keep Marching In!"
 
The Saints FC Podcast. A podcast by John Bailey, Tom Parker and friends to discuss all things Southampton FC. Ocassionally joined by ex-Saints and legends, each show will have comment on the current state of play at Southampton Football Club and interviews with some of the Southampton greats! #SaintsFC #WeMarchOn Topics we discuss: Southampton, football, soccer, Premier League, BPL, Saints,
 
A radio show from the leafy suburbs near Southampton where the salty Solent meets the freshwater Test in the misty meandering marshlands that is Totton! Contacts RicePuddingRecords.co.uk Southampton, UK Progress Programme - Call City Limits on 02380 917585 CAP debt counselling - Southampton 0800 3280006 SCRATCHcharity.co.uk/ - Southampton 02380 773 132 Jamies Recycle & Buy Computers - 023 8063 2198 http://www.jamies.org.uk/recycling.html
 
People telling their stories 'Excellent podcasts' - Gerard Edwards, CEO, 'Podcast Radio' 'A wonderfully made podcast' - Rob Jelly, Presenter, BBC Essex 'Love it! Great little vignettes of communities of normal people doing good things!' - Tom Fair, Student Radio Association winner, 'Best Podcast', 2020 'Expertly produced' (Kingdom Build) 'Great podcast' (Street Pastors) 'Podcast is excellent...love the format which works really well.' (Harlow foodbank) 'Another excellent podcast' (Parents an ...
 
Official Soundcloud page for musician Robin Browning Performer, conductor, composer, educator Artistic Director – SÓN Orchestra Musician-in-Residence – TRACE Project at University of Southampton Professor of Conducing – British Army Specialist Conducting Tutor – University of Southampton
 
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6:57 is an independent film by Rob Crawford. Featuring skateboarders Adam Keys, Curtis Jehsta, Jak Tonge, Joe Paget and Phil Parker from Portsmouth & Southampton on the South Coast of England. PREMIERING DECEMBER 2009 BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Nike SB footwear A Third Foot skateboards Bored of Southsea Reskue skate shop
 
The SETsquared Partnership is the enterprise collaboration between five leading research-intensive universities: Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey. Whether it’s an entrepreneur with an idea or a very early stage, high-tech start-up company – SETsquared’s mission is to help turn an innovative spark into a thriving, commercial business.
 
A weekly English Premier League preview podcast. Looking forward to the upcoming match week games. Including Manchester City, Liverpool FC, Manchester United, Arsenal FC, Leicester City, Burnley FC, Tottenham Hotspurs, Brighton and Hove Albion, Sheffield United, Crystal Palace, Bournemouth FC, Everton, Chelsea FC, West Ham United, Wolves, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Aston Villa, Norwich City, Southampton, Newcastle United and Watford
 
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The Etch Podcast gives you an inside look at the strategy, design leadership and innovation from experts across different industries who are actually doing it. Etch is a unique network of agencies, consultancies and experts that aims to provide more value to businesses than traditional agency models, by taking a people centred approach to all that we deliver. Our team is made up of hand-picked experts with unique backgrounds and experiences, located in London, Southampton UK and Cape Town, S ...
 
Jonny Bentley and Jordan Dover bring you 15 Minutes of Football: a podcast where the most complex of football topics are concisely discussed in 15 minutes or less. The main focus is the Premier League and all teams will be covered over the course of our 4 topics. 15 minutes per-topic. One hour of quality content. Statistical, emotional but, most of all, entertaining!
 
Southampton, New York, tried once before to evict a group of immigrants. It failed. But then they tried again. Everytown: The Hamptons tells the story of a shadowy group of mostly white Hamptonites who pressured the town to close the places where the workers for the rich and famous lived. The campaign went all the way to the White House. The story is as complex as immigration itself, and defies the traditional clichés of xenophobia or breaking-the-law. Instead, the story is a microcosm of im ...
 
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For this edition of Brain Damage, its an excellent sounding, fully restored recording form the 9th of May 1969. This is the second show for the band on this date and they are on fire even for such a late show. We start things off with a nice sing-a-long from Nicks’ Saucer’s recent visit to Luxembourg. Here’s the playlist. Please enjoy and if you do…
 
Another special episode, and another special guest. This one, the former Dutch centre half Jos Hooiveld pops in for a quick chat with Ray to discuss his role with Saints during his spell. Jos discusses his thoughts on the move, growing up in Zeijen, winning trophies across Scandinavia, his love of derbies and the managers he's played under. Another…
 
At long last - the day has come! Gooners v. Cancer will be drawing the Grand Prize winner of the most amazing piece of Arsenal memorabilia out there today! We will be joined by Sophie Nicolaou aka Soccerdiva of the Highbury Squad and special guest Ruth Beck of Ruth Beck Art (www.buyruthbeckart.com) whose amazing Arsenal artwork will also be ending …
 
Aaaaaah... never rated the bloke. Who needs him. He's a team killer. Wants to go Barca. Right? I mean, right? Anyways..... join Magic, Eoin and French (aka, 3 professional comedians) for about an hour of trying to find something funny about this week's news. We also relive a moment that nearly finished off the Gooners Podcast last year.…
 
Best-selling novelist Lawrence Norfolk and award-winning writer Joanna Walsh review a new edition of All Our Yesterdays, a novel by the acclaimed post-war Italian novelist Natalia Ginzburg with a new introduction by author Sally Rooney. Lawrence and Joanna also review Sun & Sea, a Lithuanian opera performance about climate change staged on an artif…
 
In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s historic decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization to overturn Roe v. Wade, employers are taking a closer look at their employee medical coverage and considering next steps.In this episode of The Leaders Speak Podcast, SGR Partners Kelly Meyers and Angela Roberts discuss how the Dobbs decision …
 
Host Ian Irving is joined by The Athletic's Dominic Fifield and Laurie Whitwell to reflect on the 2002 World Cup in South Korea & Japan, twenty years on this week... Uri Geller's bizarre effort to repair Beckham's broken metatarsal on live TV, Rivaldo's histrionics, Rustu's war-paint, South-Korean spirit, Roy Keane's civil war and whether or not Ro…
 
Curator Ekow Eshun on creating In The Black Fantastic: the UK’s first major exhibition dedicated to the work of Black artists who use fantastical elements to address racial injustice and explore alternative realities.With works from 11 contemporary artists from the African diaspora, it delves into myth, science fiction, traditions, and the legacy o…
 
Arthur Hughes, known for his roles in The Archers, in which he plays Ruairi, and the BBC2 drama Then Barbara Met Alan, details the significance of his portrayal as Richard III in the new RSC production as a disabled actor. Earlier this month the literary world was shocked by the announcement that after 50 years the Costa Book Awards, formerly the W…
 
There are alot of Arsenal podcasts out there, but NOONE BUT US can bring you FOUR JEWS on a panel to talk about how excited we are for Jesus. If you crave that kind of content, then this episode is for you. We're joined by Melvyn Marks @melvynMarks, James Johnstone @llcooljames91, and Julian Becker to talk about the signing of Gabriel Jesus, and a …
 
Playwright and BAFTA winning screenwriter Stephen Beresford has returned to writing for the stage with The Southbury Child, a co-production between The Chichester Festival Theatre and The Bridge Theatre in London. Stephen joins Samira to discuss his state of the nation play, focusing on a charismatic vicar at the centre of a controversy, in a Dartm…
 
Ian Irving & The Athletic's Adam Crafton discuss stories including Arsenal agreeing terms with Manchester City to sign Gabriel Jesus. They are joined by Correspondent James McNicholas to explain what the deal means and our Investigations Writer Joey D'Urso on his piece that looks at the impact & fallout of Arsenal's Visit Rwanda sponsorship. Dom Fi…
 
As it has been three weeks since I posted, I decided to make a podcast, write it and post it as quickly as I could. I did not know what story to make a podcast about but I had some photographs of documents that I had taken at the National Archives and choose the shortest one, the one with least photos to see how quickly I could write and post. The …
 
Our Thursday Night show this week welcomes back one of our oldest (yet youngest) mates - the one and only Tom Canton, a friendly educated and informative voice that wakes you up at 8am with transfer news and player evaluations, and tucks you in at night with sweet nothings whispered in your ear. At least that's what he does for Magic, he just assum…
 
Critic Ben East and academic Catherine Love review Rock, Paper, Scissors, a trilogy of plays written by Chris Bush to mark the 50th anniversary of Sheffield Theatres and A Film About Studio Electrophonique, a documentary about Ken Patten's influential home studio in Sheffield.The three separate but interlinking plays will be performed simultaneousl…
 
TGP is once again graced by the presence of our mate Andrew Mangan, better known to many as Arseblog. We caught up on life since our last visit almost a year ago, talked about his recent massively successful in-person live podcast show at the Union Chapel in May, and learned Andrew's views on the fast-moving action-packed transfer window that has e…
 
Rowan Atkinson is associated with a lot of ‘B’s – Blackadder, Bean, bumbling British spies... and now bees. He plays an inept house-sitter in a luxury mansion chasing after an insect in Netflix’s new Man Vs Bee. He talks about this, his iconic characters, and why making comedy isn’t always that fun.Artist Thomas J Price’s Warm Shores, a pair of 9 f…
 
The Athletic's senior writer Dom Fifield and England correspondent Jack Pitt-Brooke, join host Ian Irving to discuss the impact of a winter World Cup on this summer's transfer window... Why Premier League stars like Gabriel Jesus, Marcus Rashford, Conor Gallagher and countless others might be inclined to 'side-step' or even stay put before November…
 
We welcomed a duck-breaking guest to the pod today, Andrew Allen, deputy editor of Arseblog News and a rabid Arsenal fan since birth. We had a great chat on a variety of topics, including his favourite Arsenal player(s), shirt numbers and whether they mean anything, the transfer window, Eddie Nketiah, Idris Elba, and Isiah Whitmore Jr. from the Wir…
 
As Glastonbury returns this week after a two year pandemic hiatus, a summer of festivals gets under way while some festivals are forced to cancel due to difficult conditions. We look at how the festival sector has struggled through the challenges of the last two years, and consider the importance of live music festivals to the UK economy and cultur…
 
Episode #40 of the TGG Podcast is with Damien Comolli, the Chairman and Sporting Director at Toulouse, last season's champions of Ligue 2 in France. Damien is the former Director of Football at Fenerbahce, Tottenham, Liverpool and St Etienne. For more information, visit trainingground.guru or follow us on Twitter @ground_guru => SHOW NOTES: 01:25: …
 
Director Baz Luhrmann on the making of Elvis, his new biopic of Elvis Presley, starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks. Director Mathilde Lopez talks about drawing on her heritage for a new production of Bizet's opera Carmen at Longborough Festival Opera. Theresa Heskins, Artistic Director of the New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme on Tom, Dick and Harry, a…
 
Ian Irving is joined by The Athletic's Football Correspondent David Ornstein, Manchester City writer Sam Lee & Chelsea writer Simon Johnson to discuss Chelsea's interest in signing Manchester City & England forward Raheem Sterling. We learn how Chelsea's confidence in capturing Sterling has grown, why City are open to letting Sterling leave this su…
 
A Legend Returns! No, not Dan Potts, but Vieira! Vieira, whoooooooaaa! Magic and Jared welcome back our friend Dan Potts, co-host of Lee Judges TV and owner of a brand new football channel, Football's 12th Man @FTMPodcast_ which has debuted this month! Dan gets the honour of attending the first Gooners Pod "Week In Review" segment as we talked and …
 
In this bonus episode, Ray is joined by a very special guest. Former Saints fullback and defensive mainstay Dan Harding. Dan goes through his career from his youth days with Brighton, to becoming Alan Pardew's first signing at Saints, the promotions and the Johnstone's Paint Trophy. They discuss his goals, managers he's worked with and his teammate…
 
National Theatre Wales is about to open a new production described as a live documentary performance, Circle of Fifths. With cast and stories drawn from the local community, and taking place inside and out, it combines film, performance, storytelling, live music and dance, to tell stories of life, death and grief. The director Gavin Porter joins Fr…
 
Operatic tenor Freddie De Tommaso on his overnight breakthrough to stardom and performing at the First Night Of The Proms.We announce and speak to the winner of the Women’s Prize for Fiction.John Byrne, the Scottish artist, playwright and theatre maker: arts critic Jan Patience reviews the new retrospective of his work, A Big Adventure, open now at…
 
Host Ian Irving is joined by The Athletic's England and Spurs reporter Jack Pitt-Brooke to reflect on a historically bad evening for Gareth Southgate's England against Hungary - Is his relationship with the supporters now broken? David Ornstein is on hand for a mid-week transfer window round-up with Kalvin Phillips to Manchester City, Man United's …
 
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