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Host Jack Kammer, a long-time activist, author, social policy researcher, jail guard, parole & probation agent and journalist, knows how important it is for men and boys to have as many opportunities for happiness, fulfillment, acceptance and understanding as women and girls do. So far — for 60+ years — the discussion has been about ensuring all those good things for females. Now we have this podcast. We're talking about what we want and need, what stands in our way, and how to get over, und ...
 
Serial killers. Gangsters. Gunslingers. Victorian-era murderers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each week, the Most Notorious podcast features true-life tales of crime, criminals, tragedies and disasters throughout history. This is an interview show, spotlighting authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years, and whose stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
KTLA Morning News anchor Frank Buckley interviews newsmakers, celebrities, technologists and tastemakers about what drives and inspires them, and how they got where they are today. With no time limits on “Frank Buckley Interviews,” Frank gets his guests to reveal more about themselves than they can during a typical live TV segment. New episodes are released every Wednesday. The TV version airs on KTLA-TV Channel 5 Saturdays at 8:30pm & Sundays at midnight.
 
Together with Sports Marketing Scotland (http://sportsmarketingscotland.co.uk/) 's Chris Samson, the Scottish FA's Scottish Football Marketing Podcast is designed to help give clubs practical advice on a number of marketing, PR and commercial topics. Hosted by Michael Bochel (Digital Manager at the Scottish FA) and Chris, we explore a different topic each week speaking to someone from within Scottish Football or an expert in the field with sole of aim of helping Scottish clubs with their own ...
 
Tantra, Tantric Sex, Kama Sutra... Many people believe you can get closer to God through a practice of sacred sensuality by raising your erotic energy. Learn lovemaking positions so you and your lover can connect with higher powers and create deeper intimacy through spiritual teachings, breathing and meditative exercises that expand both mind and body. It's not sex therapy yet sacred sexuality and lovemaking techniques can be used for erotic issues such as anorgasmia, premature ejaculation, ...
 
A Democratic Socialist’s Almanac is a podcast exploring all things relevant to Socialism today, from the latest scholarship regarding the socialist tradition to socialist reflections on our current moment and where to go from here. Below is a partial prospectus with a subject by subject bibliography. Written by Lelyn R. Masters with a Memphis Music Soundtrack by Harry Koniditsiotis Marx’s Epicurianism Fusaro, Diego. Marx, Epicurus, and the Origins of Historical Materialism. Permanent Press, ...
 
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When you think of a person who is passionate about bringing attention and redress to male gender issues, chances are good you don't think of someone like Blair Daly. And after you hear from Blair, maybe you'll be a little more willing to hear -- and maybe even seek out -- what other male gender issues activists have to say. Maybe you'll have a few …
 
Steven Van Zandt is musician, actor, and activist best known for his decades long collaboration with Bruce Springsteen as a member of the E Street Band. As an actor, he starred in The Sopranos as Silvio Dante and as Frank Tagliano on the Netflix show Lilyhammer. His activism in the 1980s and 1990s included forming the group Artists Against Aparthei…
 
On this special Halloween-themed episode of Most Notorious, my guests - professors Lester Friedman and Allison Kavey - talk about Mary Shelley's early 19th-century literary classic, Frankenstein. They explore Shelley's creation of her timeless gothic novel and how her background and circumstances likely influenced her writing, offer some fascinatin…
 
If we really want to end intimate partner violence -- rather than, say, score hundreds of millions of dollars in federal and philanthropic money for feminist social programs and activist salaries, or, say, promote sexist stereotypes that hobble men's advancement toward forms of gender equity that might displease some women -- is there any hope of d…
 
My guest, Western author and historian G.R. Williamson, appeared on Most Notorious a couple of years ago to talk about gunfighters Ben Thompson and King Fisher. He joins me again, this time to tell tales from his book "Notorious Gamblers of the Old West", which includes accounts of colorful card-playing characters like Charles Cora, Lottie Deno and…
 
Professor Erwin Chemerinsky is the Dean of Berkeley Law at the University of California. Prior to joining Berkeley Law as the Jesse H. Choper Distinguished Professor of Law, Dean Chemerinsky was the founding Dean and Distinguished Professor of Law, and Raymond Pryke Professor of First Amendment Law, at the University of California, Irvine School of…
 
A new documentary from filmmaker Heather O'Neill explores the work and lives of combat camerawomen. "No Ordinary Life" was an official selection at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival and features interviews with CNN videographers and correspondents. During this podcast, O'Neill and veteran news camerawoman Maria Fleet discuss the dangerous assignments …
 
October 8th, 2021 marks the 150th anniversary of the Great Chicago Fire, the legendary disaster that destroyed a third of Chicago and made 90,000 residents homeless. While Mrs. O'Leary and her cow are usually portrayed as the culprits behind the catastrophic blaze, my guest, Carl Smith, doesn't believe history has treated her fairly. Professor Smit…
 
A 1999 book, "The Decline of Males" by anthropologist Lionel Tiger, has proven prescient. By multiple measures the decline is real, it has deepened and it shows few signs of abating. Women have thrived by entering the domain of men; many of us men seem stunned and dazed and have fallen further into ennui, hopelessness, bitterness and despair. Can a…
 
Tommy Davidson is a comedian and actor who came to fame in the 1990s as one of the stars of the groundbreaking sketch comedy TV show “In Living Color,” the first network TV sketch comedy show created by an African American writer-producer-star (Keenan Ivory Wayans) that featured a multicultural cast. Tommy has also appeared in dozens of TV shows an…
 
We're back again to the Hundred Years War in this episode of Most Notorious - this time in England. Sir William Cantilupe, a battle-hardened knight who had recently been acquitted of murdering his brother Nicholas, was discovered dead in a lonely field in May of 1375, in what appeared to be a staged crime scene. And it was his wife Maude and their …
 
Bill Bratton served as chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, chief of the New York City Transit Police, and commissioner of the Boston Police Department and the New York City Police Department. Bratton’s new book “The Profession” is both a searching examination of the path of policing over the past fifty years, for good and also for ill, and …
 
On November 1st, 1843, a dejected servant named Amelia Norman followed her former beau Henry Ballard to the steps of the Astor House Hotel in New York City. There she stabbed him with a folding knife, barely missing his heart. The city's newspapers and moral reformers quickly embraced Miss Norman's cause, seeing it as an opportunity to change seduc…
 
Paul Beam is a lot of good things. Mostly he is man striving to be a better man and helping other men, too, live out their highest purpose. He is a former Marine Corps sergeant. He is an ordained minister. And he is the founder of ManCamp. He is also a great Guest I almost CANCELLED -- for no good reason. ManCamp is an annual event that helps men a…
 
Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman (Ret.) is the former director for European Affairs at the National Security Council during the Trump Administration. Vindman was one of several government staffers who were tasked with listening in during President Trump's infamous phone call to Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky which was at the center of P…
 
In November of 1407, Louis I, The Duke of Orleans and brother of France's "Mad" King Charles VI, is murdered on a street near his home in Medieval Paris. A police investigation ensues, surprisingly as thorough and detailed as any modern day crime investigation. My guest, Eric Jager, is the author of "Blood Royal: A True Tale of Crime and Detection …
 
Today on Men Are Talking, we talk with author and Clinical Sexologist Dr. Steven Davidson about his insights into sexual health and happiness from more than thirty years as a sex therapist for individuals and couples. Since Dr. Davidson and I both have backgrounds in Social Work we also talk about sexism and the lack of gender diversity in that pro…
 
Kimmy Chedel’s late husband Frank Doyle, 39, was the head of equity trading at a firm in the World Trade Center’s south tower on September 11, 2001. He was on the 89th floor when the tower was hit by United Airlines Flight 175 which had been hijacked by terrorists. Frank died when the south tower collapsed. Kimmy lost her husband and their children…
 
On April 24th, 1891, a Bowery prostitute named Carrie Brown (known locally as "Old Shakespeare") was found murdered and mutilated in the seedy East River Hotel. With the Jack the Ripper murders unsolved and still news, many believed that the notorious killer had traveled across the Atlantic to continue his bloody work in the United States - and thi…
 
Edward Bartlett, holder of a Ph.D. in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University, is the founder and a board member of the Coalition to End Domestic Violence. He is a scientist who sees and understands Domestic Violence as a public health issue. He also sees how ideology has been trumping science to the tune of 500 million dollars a year to fund p…
 
Tembi Locke is an actress and author of “From Scratch: A Memoir of Love, Sicily, and Finding Home.” The literary debut details her love affair with her late husband, Saro, a chef from Sicily whose family initially rejected Tembi and refused to attend their wedding because he was marrying a black actress from America. Saro’s mother and family eventu…
 
On March 25, 1935, little George Weyerhaueser, heir to one of the biggest fortunes in America, was kidnapped on his way home from school in Tacoma, Washington. His abductors would keep him manacled in a pit in the middle of the forest as they negotiated a $200,000 ransom with his frantic family. What soon followed would be the largest manhunt in th…
 
Eric McLoyd and Scott Steward created the Men, Sex, Gen X podcast to better represent Generation X in the media. In September 2020 they did an episode on why mothers get more respect than fathers. When they expressed an interest in being on "Men Are Talking," Jack suggested following up on that episode and maybe going a little deeper into what's go…
 
On August 24, fans of the late great Kobe Bryant pause to the remembers the man's contirbutions to the game of basketball, and to Southern California, as the date 8/24 combines the jersey numbers Bryant wore during his career with the Los Angeles Lakers. Frank Buckley sat down with Kobe Bryant for a conversation a year before his death. In this pod…
 
In the spring of 1853 the ill-fated William and Mary, an American sailing ship captained by the incompetent Timothy Stinson, departed from England carrying over 200 Dutch, Scotch, Irish and English emigrants, all bound for New Orleans. The voyage was an absolute disaster, replete with illness, bad weather, starvation, a shipwreck, and ultimately th…
 
Father's Eve is a new holiday held every year at venues around the country on the evening before Father’s Day. It’s a fun, no-pressure way for fathers to hang out with other fathers – to connect, share and celebrate fatherhood. And have a beer if they like. The man behind it is our guest John Francis, who is exactly the kind of man just about every…
 
Melissa Stockwell is a 2 time ParaOlympian who will soon be competing in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. She also became the first female to lose a limb in active combat in Iraq in April of 2004. The U.S. Army Second Lieutenant would return to the U.S. and turn to sports after her military service, becoming a world champion paratriathlete and a pa…
 
Do you have a criminal from your family's past that you've always wanted to learn more about, but don't know where to start? On this special episode of Most Notorious, prolific British author Stephen Wade offers helpful tips on how to maneuver through what can be both a daunting and thrilling experience - digging up sordid details of long-lost vill…
 
Rick Belden had to work hard to become a man of integrity. His upbringing made it difficult for him to make sense of his feelings and establish boundaries around who he was when others wanted him to be someone else. In this episode of "Men Are Talking," Rick talks about his years-long process of getting "unstuck," of learning the importance of unde…
 
In 2017, the Houston Astros emerged victorious against the Los Angeles Dodgers in one of the most hard-fought World Series in Major League Baseball. Two years later, it was revealed that the Astros had committed and benefited from one of the biggest cheating schemes in sports history. Andy Martino is the author of the book "Cheated: The Inside Stor…
 
John Lauritsen thinks freely, studies deeply and, as an independent scholar not beholden to academic or philanthropic dictates, is free to speak his mind. One of his main interests is love between men, which he defines as including love, sex, and friendship. On this episode of Men Are Talking we talk about the reasons gay men and heterosexual men s…
 
What if you didn't remember that your caregiver is your wife, and you asked her to marry you all over again? The wedding story of Lisa and Peter Marshall is unlike any you've heard before. In this interview with Lisa Marshall, she opens up about her husband's struggles with early-onset Alzheimer's disease. She also shares the challenges and moments…
 
Of all of the Jack the Ripper suspects, Montague Druitt is the most maligned in modern times, my guests argue, despite the fact that many of his contemporaries believed him to be the murderer of the Canonical Five before drowning himself in the Thames. Jonathan Hainsworth and Christine Ward-Agius are the authors of "The Escape of Jack the Ripper: T…
 
Patriarchy is "a system of society or government in which the father or eldest male is head of the family and descent is traced through the male line." But "The Patriarchy" is the ultimate feminist bogeyman -- a global, conspiratorial cabal intent on oppressing women and serving only the selfish interests of men. Today we talk with Steven Van Valke…
 
On this episode of Frank Buckley Interviews, we revisit conversations with experts who provide potentially lifestyle-altering insight into some of the things we all deal with in our daily lives that we may not always conciouslly thinking about. Tristan Harris, a technology ethicist, explains the dangers of persuasive technology, as discussed in the…
 
The Cherry Mine in Cherry, Illinois was built to be one of the safest in the United States. However on November 13th, 1909, it caught fire, killing 259 boys and men who were trapped inside, hundreds of feet below ground. A few miners eventually escaped - and later told the tale of their experiences battling darkness, thirst, fire and the ominous "B…
 
Fred Hayward is one of the pioneers of the modern men's movement. In this episode of “Men Are Talking,” Fred explains how he got kicked off Oprah Winfrey's show when Oprah was a local star in Baltimore. Then host Jack Kammer tells his story of taking Oprah out on a sort-of-date to a men's issues presentation. At the end, Fred and Jack express their…
 
On this Frank Buckley Interviews Mixtape, we revisit conversations with people who have had a profound impact on the television medium. Alan Zweibel is one of the original writers of Saturday Night Live, the co-creator and producer of It's Garry Shandling's Show, and a consulting producer on Curb Your Enthusiasm among many other credits. The story …
 
Roanoke Island is host every year to the famous "Lost Colony" outdoor drama. It was during the 1967 production that a young makeup artist named Brenda Joyce Holland went missing - her body eventually discovered floating in Albemarle Sound. A murder investigation ensued, with important evidence being mishandled and a slew of suspects to sort through…
 
This month, the KTLA Morning News is celebrating 30 years on the air! In this 'Frank Buckley Interviews' Mixtape, we revisit some of the conversations with the people who are part of KTLA's broadcast legacy, including longtime entertainment reporter Sam Rubin and Mark Kriski, who has been a part of the KTLA Morning News team from the very start. We…
 
On the evening of December 23rd 1881, three teenagers, alone in a farmhouse in Ashland Kentucky, were savagely murdered and the house set afire to cover the crime. What followed would be an investigation, trials, a lynching, and a massacre of Ashland citizens by state militia, in this fascinating and tragic series of events. My guest is Joe Castle,…
 
The 26th episode since 2015 from the UK's slowest but best podcaster sees Steven Davidson joined by the tremendous Eddy Brimson on an epic journey back into Eddy's alternative history. Amongst a cornucopia of fantastical delights, we hear tales of Eddy firing missiles at Dundee, attending an archery school with Mikail Gorbachev, buying a gooseberry…
 
Mark Perry is an economics professor at the University of Michigan and a scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. He is also a one-man wrecking crew against "gender-conscious" (AKA pro-female, seldom-if-ever-pro-male) scholarships, programs, services, and facilities provided to a supposedly disadvantaged sex (AKA women, even though they outnum…
 
Jim Ellis an author, playwright, and documentary filmmaker. In this episode of “Men Are Talking,” we hear about Jim’s boyhood friendship, how it filled his life with joy, freedom, and confidence, and how he felt a deep and discomfiting loss when his friend moved away. Now, as an adult, Jim derives those same essential ingredients for being a happy …
 
Feminists insist there is no need for a men's movement because feminism cares about and is good for eliminating sexism against everyone. We'll check that assertion with 21-year-old Tristan Glosby, a man whose entire life has been under feminist hegemony. • Tristan Glosby contact info: • tristanglosby.com • facebook.com/TristanGlosbyArtist • twitter…
 
Caitlyn Jenner is an Olympic Champion (Decathlon, 1976 Summer Olympics) turned reality TV star who is now running for Governor of California in the state's September recall election. Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce Jenner, appeared in the show "Keeping Up with the Kardashians." In 2015, Jenner revealed that she is a transgender woman and be…
 
At the tail end of World War Two, a serial killer named James Waybern "Red" Hall, stalked the roads of Arkansas, Kansas and other middle American states, remorselessly murdering kind people who made the unfortunate decision to offer him a ride. My guest, Janie Nesbitt Jones, is the author of “The Arkansas Hitchhike Killer: James Waybern ‘Red’ Hall.…
 
Katie Engelhart is a writer and producer and author of the new book "The Inevitable: Dispatches on the Right to Die." Her story “What Happened in Room 10?” won a George Polk Award for Magazine Reporting in 2021. She has also worked as a foreign correspondent for VICE News. During this podcast, Engelhart discusses the history and current state of as…
 
When sheriff's deputies arrived at David and Allene Lamson's Palo Alto home on Memorial Day, 1933, they found David frantic over what he said was a terrible accident in their bathroom. Allene, he explained, had slipped when getting out of the bathtub and bashed her head on the sink, resulting in her death. Investigators, however, believed something…
 
Karis Jagger and Fabienne Toback are the executive producers of the documentary series "High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America." The Los Angeles based filmmakers also write the food and culture blog "Hey Sistah." During this podcast, Jagger and Toback discuss the food journey that took them from Africa to the Carolinas to…
 
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