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Best Tony Cohn podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Tony Cohn podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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More than 154 million treasures fill the Smithsonian’s vaults. But where the public’s view ends, Sidedoor begins. With the help of biologists, artists, historians, archaeologists, zookeepers and astrophysicists, host Lizzie Peabody sneaks listeners through the Smithsonian’s side door, telling stories that can’t be heard anywhere else. Check out si.edu/sidedoor and follow @SidedoorPod for more info.
 
ESPN personality and award-winning sports columnist Woody Paige takes on all things sports and pop culture in a way that only he can -- with wit, wisdom, wackiness, and self-deprecating humor. Known for his trademarked chalkboard and long-standing role as a panelist on ESPN's Around the Horn, Woody will be joined weekly by famous, and sometimes legendary, guests from the worlds of sports and entertainment. In addition to conversational interviews, guests will have a chance to 'Kick Woody's A ...
 
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This week we are joined by super comedian Jim Gaffigan as we dive into his collegiate football career, his love of all things food, and some of Indiana's greatest exports as Jim attempts to kick Woody's ass.- Woody's best training camp stories- Joe Kelly suspension- NFL O/U season win totals- much moreFollow us on twitter for exclusive clips @Unmut…
 
Woody and the gang interview one of the most prolific agents in the history of professional sports Leigh Steinberg. They discuss the Mahomes contract, his client Jerry Jeudy, Steinberg being the inspiration for Jerry Maguire, and much more!- Washington D.C. football name?- Woody's Scottish Golf stories- Our gambling picksFollow us on twitter for ex…
 
Woody and the gang talk about the JAG who trademarked the leading options for the Washington Redskins name change (hopefully bigger news in D.C. didn't drop after we recorded), would we buy a cutout of ourselves for baseball games?, and we interview NFL insider and legend Ian Rapoport.- Rapid fire questions- Aaron Hernandez threatening Ian- Relatio…
 
Woody and the gang are joined by the longest tenured SportsCenter anchor in ESPN history, Linda Cohn. They talk how she started her career, New York sports, Barry Melrose's mullet, and a Max Kellerman slight. They also dig into the MLB's return, Cam Newton to the Broncos? And an ALL-TIME story of when the entire city of Jacksonville wanted Woody's …
 
When Mimi Knoop entered her first skateboarding competition at 24 years old, she never anticipated leaving her mark on the sport forever. But in the early 2000s, she formed an alliance with pioneering skateboarder Cara-Beth Burnside to make a simple request: that the X Games – and the rest of the skateboarding industry – treat female skateboarders …
 
We are joined by a Denver Broncos legend....2x Super Bowl Winner, HOF inductee, and one of the greatest running backs of all-time Terrell Davis. We talk Broncos, BLM protests, his business venture into CBD, and much, much more.-Nikola Jokic dramatic weight loss-What has Woody been cooking?-Woody's stories abroad-TD tries to Kick Woody's AssFollow u…
 
Woody is joined by Colorado Buffalo HOFer and 15 year NFL veteran Chad Brown to talk about race in America, the NFL's response to racism and his career in reptiles. We also dive into Woody's experiences in the civil rights movement. Also, ESPN did an ...... interesting draft.- Kneeling in the NFL- MLB coming back?- Drew Brees- Rooney Rule- Who is t…
 
Woody and the gang are joined by Around The Horn host and great friend Tony Reali. Woody and Tony dive into their personal relationship, mental health, and the side of ATH you don't get to see.Also:- Famous wardrobe malfunctions- What is Woody watching?- What to bet on this week- Plus much, much, moreFollow us on twitter for exclusive clips @Unmute…
 
In 2017, a photograph of Harriet Tubman surfaced that had been lost to history for more than a century. In a feature of the National Portrait Gallery’s Portraits podcast, we hear the story behind this picture, and how its discovery changes the way we see Tubman – not just an icon of freedom and human dignity, but a courageous young woman.…
 
On this episode we are glad to have Hank aka Henry Lockwood or Handsome Hank from Barstool Sports and the #1 sports podcast in the world, Pardon My Take. - How to get into the business of sports- ESPN cease and desist- Worst interviews ever-Tiger, Phil, Brady, and Manning this weekend- And much much moreFollow us on twitter for exclusive clips @Unm…
 
Woody and the gang are proud to debut the first episode of UNMUTEABLE! The Woody Paige Podcast! Woody interviews comedian/actor/master impressionist Frank Caliendo. Listen as Frank attempts to "Kick Woody's Ass" in our very own debate segment. In honor of The Last Dance, we get to hear Woody's exclusive stories about MJ that the documentary missed.…
 
To look at them, you might think, “Monarch butterflies aren’t going anywhere fast.” But each year, these beauties complete one of the most remarkable migrations in the animal kingdom, soaring more than a mile high to gather on a few mountaintops in Mexico they’ve never seen before, yet somehow they all know where to find. We unlock the secrets live…
 
A perplexing tattoo. Ancient erotica. Killer bees on the loose. This episode is full of short stories we’ve been eager to tell, but couldn’t… until now. It’s Sidedoor’s second-ever “Best of the Rest!” Learn more about the Freer & Sackler’s collection of shunga, the National Museum of American History’s Great Historic Clock of America on si.edu.…
 
Nearly 100 years ago, Charles Ponzi stumbled across a loophole in the international postal system and turned it into one of the most infamous scams of all time. This time on Sidedoor, we follow Ponzi from his early days until his epic downfall, and hear from a postal investigator trained to catch swindlers like Ponzi who continue to use the U.S. ma…
 
When professional athletes face the end of their career, many look ahead with uncertainty and wonder: “What’s next?” But when Adam Rippon stood on the Olympic podium in 2018, making history as the first openly gay American to medal at the winter Olympics, he was sure about his next steps. Rippon was a darling of the American Olympic media, entering…
 
In its heyday, dynamite was a transformative tool; it could blast rock quarries, excavate tunnels, and demolish buildings with power and reliability never before seen. But it also proved to be useful in some surprising ways. In this special episode of Sidedoor, we team up with the history podcast Backstory to explore two less-typical applications o…
 
Behind the fossilized teeth, bones, and claws displayed in the National Museum of Natural History’s new Fossil Hall is the story of two men and a nasty feud. During the paleontology boom of the late 1800s, scientists O.C. Marsh and Edward Cope went from good friends who named species after each other, to the bitterest of enemies who eventually ruin…
 
Sidedoor hits the road, sneaking behind the scenes for the ultimate Smithsonian field trip we never took as kids. Lizzie and producer Justin O'Neill journey by bike, train, and even horse (okay, plastic horse) in a romp from museum to museum, encountering a hungry predator, a group of Broadway monsters, the last work of an iconic painter, and lots …
 
Regie Cabico has been called the "Lady Gaga of Spoken Word poetry"—he's outspoken, provocative and iconoclastic. The son of Filipino immigrants living in rural Maryland, Regie says he’ll never be “entirely American or entirely Filipino,” and on stage he uses his poetry to explore identity, social issues, and (of course) love. Regie joins Sidedoor *…
 
Behind the fossilized teeth, bones, and claws displayed in the National Museum of Natural History’s new Fossil Hall is the story of two men and a nasty feud. During the paleontology boom of the late 1800s, scientists O.C. Marsh and Edward Cope went from good friends who named species after each other, to the bitterest of enemies who eventually ruin…
 
Close your eyes and think of Hawaii. That sound you undoubtedly hear? Well, that’s the ocean. But that other sound floating on the breeze—that’s the steel guitar, an indigenous Hawaiian invention that has influenced country, blues, and rock music since the turn of the 20th century. This time on Sidedoor, we follow a familiar sound with an unexpecte…
 
Glittering treasures, gleaming coins, and eye-catching jewelry…gold can be all of these things, but in some parts of the world it's also an enduring link to the past. Gus Casely-Hayford, director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art, takes us on a journey through West Africa to learn how gold was the foundation for massive empires—an…
 
You know Amelia Earhart, but did you know she was just one of a daring group of women aviators who defied both expectations and gravity in the 1920s? They called themselves the Ninety-Nines, and they’re still flying today as an organization dedicated to the advancement of women pilots. This time on Sidedoor, we time-travel to the Roaring ‘20s to ex…
 
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