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The Journal.

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The Journal.

The Wall Street Journal & Gimlet

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The most important stories, explained through the lens of business. A podcast about money, business and power. Hosted by Kate Linebaugh and Ryan Knutson. The Journal is a co-production from Gimlet Media and The Wall Street Journal.
 
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In Search Of Sauce

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In Search Of Sauce

The 5th Element Podcast Network/Central Sauce

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In the age of Social Media, clickbait and TMZ-style “news” has devoured the Journalism industry. Music Journalism is dead. Or is it? One thing is for sure. Music deserves better analysis. Quality journalists and creatives deserve more praise and bigger platforms. Fans deserve to be intrigued and inspired by the content they read. And we all deserve more substance and passion in our lives. Join the CentralSauce Creative Collective as we discuss three pieces of great journalistic content and c ...
 
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Rock's Backpages

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Rock's Backpages

Mark Pringle, Barney Hoskyns, Jasper Murison-Bowie

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They were so much older then, they're younger than that now: Mark Pringle and Barney Hoskyns reel in the years and riff on all that's new this week in the world's biggest library of music journalism — definitive interviews with legends of the last 60 years by the pop press' greatest writers ... and much much more. The RBP podcast is produced by Jasper Murison-Bowie and is a proud part of Pantheon — the podcast network for music lovers.
 
Conversations With Matt Dwyer is a music podcast that focuses on the lives and work of legendary, established and emerging new artists. The interviews are not your typical Q&A format but an unfolding organic conversation that shines a light on the lesser explored corners of an artist's work, life, triumphs and challenges. Some past guests included Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips, Van Dyke Parks, Lou Barlow, Donita Sparks of L7, Boots Riley and Jenn Wassner of Wye Oak/Flock Of Dimes. Conversa ...
 
What's CODE SWITCH? It's the fearless conversations about race that you've been waiting for. Hosted by journalists of color, our podcast tackles the subject of race with empathy and humor. We explore how race affects every part of society — from politics and pop culture to history, food and everything in between. This podcast makes all of us part of the conversation — because we're all part of the story. Code Switch was named Apple Podcasts' first-ever Show of the Year in 2020.
 
Hi, my name is David Hershkovits. As a founder of Paper magazine, I have been a long-time supporter of cultural disruptors from the alternative worlds of skate, hip hop, graffiti and streetwear scenes to cannabis reform, LGBTQ and women's rights. On Light Culture, I'll be knocking heads with some of today's most influential change makers -- rappers, writers, artists, fashion designers, models, advocates and activists, influencers, entrepreneurs who respect "the other." Light Culture is broug ...
 
Yesterday’s Concert is a unique love letter to live music. Your guide opens the pages of his personal jam journal to take you on a live music odyssey. Part concert review, part memoir, these stories feature thumping bass and screeching guitar riffs that bring the excitement of live music to your podcast feed.
 
This podcast series, Preparing for Profound Change, explores the shifting global landscape. Economic collapse, climate chaos, political upheaval – these may seem like forces to fear, but in fact offer us deep opportunities for transformation. A post-carbon, post-capitalist world calls for deep awakening and action at all levels – by individuals, communities and societies. What skills, competencies and capacities will be most valued in the new world? How can our own inner practices keep us fr ...
 
Making sense of the world, one story at a time. Host Malika Bilal and journalists from Al Jazeera's international bureaus and beyond share their take on the most important stories every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
 
Aspiring sports broadcaster Kofi Appiah, Host of the "Broadcast Journal," interviews individuals in the sports broadcasting industry from play-by-play announcers, talk show hosts, and reporters about their lives and careers in sports. Opening and closing music is titled "Going Higher" courtesy of Royalty Free Music From Bensound.
 
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SoundDiego

NBC 7 San Diego

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The world of music with a San Diego slant: The SoundDiego Podcast brings the NBC 7 TV show and music platform to online life with an exploration of the community local musicians and music fans — and touring acts headed San Diego’s way — live and breathe in, from the moment they order their breakfast burrito to the time they call it a night at the Casbah. Host Dustin Lothspeich is a San Diego Music Award winner and longtime chronicler of the weird and unforgettable scene and will plug you in ...
 
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Famine is a slow-moving disaster and when it is declared, people are typically dying of starvation already. It is too late to save every life. Much of Somalia is facing its third dry season which is bad news for crops, animals, and people. Famine could arrive as soon as March. The Take talks to Somalis trying to get the word out about what is happe…
 
Bryan and David begin with a breakdown of the recent NPR departures as chronicled by NPR’s own media reporter David Folkenflik (1:06). They transition to the rise of Wordle, a puzzle game heavily featured on the Twitter accounts of reporters everywhere (11:30). Then they discuss the Postgame Question of the Week, posed to Stetson Bennett IV after M…
 
Three top officials have recently retired early from the Federal Reserve amid controversy surrounding personal stock trading activity. WSJ's Nick Timiraos explains what's led to the worst reputational crisis at the Fed in decades. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy The Wall Street Journal & Gimlet
 
In a quiet start to the new year, Graham wrestles with the notion of Charles in a robe before Charles explores the Covid-enforced difficulties of having to replace your panto Dame - and not just any old Dame but the country's longest-running Dame - at short notice for the Grand Opera House's Dick Turpin Rides Again. Graham is awe-struck by Peter Ja…
 
Russian-led forces are leaving the Central Asian country after days of unrest over the rise of gas prices, corruption, and inequality. 160 people have been killed and about 12,000 have been arrested, according to authorities. Many don't know the whereabouts of their loved ones. President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev claimed the unrest was an attempted cou…
 
We return with another episode of the Dj Frequencies Podcast. For this installment I’ve put together an all vinyl mix of deep techno: heavily weighted with tracks from labels such as Sushitech and sister label Pariter. Including music from artists Derek Carr, Steve O’Sullivan, Delano Smith, Skudge and more. Available on Apple Podcasts and Soundclou…
 
Democrats gambled that their expanded child tax credit would be so popular, Congress wouldn't let it lapse. It just lapsed. WSJ's Richard Rubin explains why the monthly checks for parents are ending, and dad Jamie Herrington discusses what it means for his family. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
The ever busy Warren Defever of His Name is Alive and ESP Summer somehow found time to drop this ecstatic and incantatory humdinger off at AD's digital doorstep. Aye Me, Moore Heart New Transcription, a mix which spans the globe and time, folding together ancient gospel, blues, gamelan, and more. The post Aye Me, Moore Heart New Transcription (A Wa…
 
We’re gearing up for another year of live music and seeing our favorite artists in concert. In this special Encore Episode, we run through the Yesterday’s Concert 2022 calendar. Plus, we have special guests the Prisoners of Rock and Roll and She Will Rock You podcasts to drop in and share their picks too. 00:00: Intro 01:23: Elton John 03:24: Riley…
 
Pearl Charles joins Dwyer to talk about making creative choices over business choices, life in the desert, her love of all things vintage and how the pandemic has inspired people to seek meaning within song lyrics. Opening Song, "Givin' It Up" by Pearl Charles Pear Charles BANDCAMP Pearl Charles Instagram Pearl Charles Twitter Get a Website from Ke…
 
image taken from Esquire In the 55th episode of the Picture of Lily Podcast, I talk about my recent experience interview Justin Bieber‘s DJ Tay James for the cover of DJ Life Magazine.. Listen here: https://pictures-of-lily.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/POLP-EP-55-TAY-JAMES.mp3 Or on your preferred podcast platform: Or on SoundCloud: Or on YouTube…
 
Today I’m bringing you a fascinating conversation with the Michael Elliott, author of the new and definitive John Hiatt biography ‘Have A Little Faith’. We dive deep into ‘Bring the Family’, the 1987 classic that broke open Hiatt’s career after years of struggle. We talk about the album being an alternative to the dominant production of the late 80…
 
More than half of the NBA's players have tested positive for Covid-19 this season as the highly contagious Omicron variant sweeps the country. WSJ's Ben Cohen explains how the NBA has had to tap into its developmental league to keep the games going, and what it means for the players getting their first big break. Learn more about your ad choices. V…
 
Elijah Wolf kicks off the Lagniappe Sessions for 2022. Recorded alone in his Brooklyn apartment at the end of last year, before digitally landing in Los Angeles, London and upstate New York for additional accompaniment, the four covers find the folk artist tapping into 70s stalwarts and contemporaries, alike. The post The Lagniappe Sessions :: Elij…
 
On this episode of ISOS: Elliot makes his return with the news of The Grammys being postponed due to the Omicron variant. Host Tyler brings a piece that has Ari Lennox & Summer Walker succeeding in R&B but in different ways. And Jashima brings a profile on Moses Sumney. ARTICLES & TIMESTAMPS Elliot's Pick - (3:50) "2022 Grammys Postponed Due to Omi…
 
On January 9, Africa began its biggest biennial football tournament: The Africa Cup of Nations. Postponed a year because of the pandemic, the tournament will pit 24 of the continent's top teams against each other over the course of one month in Cameroon. But despite the celebratory fervor in Cameroon, there's some concern about how the tournament h…
 
On this week's Fretboard Journal Podcast, we pay tribute to banjo and bluegrass legend J. D. Crowe with his friend, student, and collaborator, Bill Evans. Crowe passed away on Christmas Eve, 2021, nearly a year, exactly, after the death of his friend and former bandmate, Tony Rice. Evans is a natural storyteller and educator and was slated to begin…
 
It's now been more than a year since the so-called "racial reckoning" that marked the summer of 2020. The country, some said confidently, was having the biggest racial reckoning since the civil rights movement. But since then, the Code Switch team has been wondering...what was actually being reckoned with? And by whom? And what would the backlash b…
 
Workplace burnout is on the rise, with resignations at an all-time high. WSJ's Ray A. Smith reports that employers are scrambling to find ways to combat it. And we hear from a woman who says professional burnout sent her to the hospital. Plus, the president of Bumble, the dating app, explains why his company gave employees a week off last year. Lea…
 
It's the 86th episode of the Truth About Vintage Amps featuring special guest, Joe Halliday of Hello Sailor Effects (@hellosailoreffectsofficial)! This week's episode is sponsored by Jupiter Condenser Co., Amplified Parts and Grez Guitars. Support us on Patreon.com for added content and the occasional surprise. Some of the topics discussed this wee…
 
Bryan and David break down Ted Cruz’s appearance on the 'Tucker Carlson Tonight' discussing the siege of the Capitol on January 6 (9:25). Then, they bid farewell to longform.org (30:05), present the Postgame Question of the Week (43:49), discuss Nick Kristof’s attempt to run for governor (45:54), and share some Bob Saget obits (52:36). Plus, the Ov…
 
Pfizer has sold and distributed billions of doses of its Covid-19 vaccine, generating an estimated $36 billion in sales last year. CEO Albert Bourla talks to The Journal about Omicron and how Pfizer is approaching the virus as we enter the third year of the pandemic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
In this episode we welcome the legendary Pete Wingfield to Hammersmith to discuss his career as a keyboard player, record producer and music journalist. We start by asking Pete about Soulbeat, the fanzine he started at Wellington College, and about the network of R&B fans in mid-'60s Britain. From there we learn about Mike Vernon's Blue Horizon lab…
 
In 2001, while doing research in Afghanistan, Mansoor Adayfi says he was captured and turned over to the CIA. He turned 19 in a black site and weeks later found himself hooded and shackled at the newly opened American military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Hundreds of prisoners arrived in the first years; now dozens remain. Mansoor tells us his o…
 
My grandmothers communicated lessons and values through stories, stories that stay with you. From stories from the Bible (King James version only!) to Aesop's Fables, there were plenty of stories to be told. In this episode I share one of those stories and reflect on its lessons that still guide me to this day. withinpodcast.com jandjpoolsafety@ema…
 
Charles and Graham tear into the new film and music releases coming up in 2022, highlighting those they are most looking forward to, and Charles selects theatre and comedy shows whetting his appetite too. Graham pays tributes to two titans of letters and movies: journalist and counterculture writer Joan Didion and screen actor Dean Stockwell, who b…
 
Bryan touches on the news that The New York Times has bought The Athletic before then being joined by Mina Kimes to discuss the Aaron Rodgers discourse. They talk about her 2017 piece featuring Rodgers, discuss his relationship with the media, weigh in on past comments about both potentially leaving his team and his stance on the vaccine, and event…
 
After a steep rise in gas prices, violent protests broke out in the Central Asian nation of Kazakhstan. Dozens have been killed, most of the country's government has resigned and, now, Russian-led forces are entering the country to intervene. WSJ's James Marson traces the roots of these protests. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm…
 
This week we have been revisiting and updating some of our favorite episodes on The Take. This is the last episode of the series. Egypt’s low-tech, high-energy mahraganat music blasted out of the shantytowns to top the global charts on SoundCloud and rack up hundreds of millions of views on YouTube. But it’s been dogged by controversy, throwing the…
 
Months after they first came on the market, at-home Covid-19 tests are still scarce in some parts of the country. But it didn't have to be this way. WSJ's Brianna Abbott unpacks the decisions and circumstances that led to the at-home testing shortage. And healthcare CEO Zachariah Reitano explains how he found tests for his customers. Learn more abo…
 
Jess Williamson joins Dwyer to talk about her love of Texas, how craving attention lead to her being a performer, Manson Family Food Tours and life in a bus with 9 dudes. Opening Song "Wind on Tin" from Jess Williamson's album Sorceress out on Mexican Summer Jess Williamson's Bandcamp HERE Jess Williamson Website Kelly R. Dwyer Website Themattdwyer…
 
The Department of Justice has charged about two dozen academic researchers in the U.S. over suspicions they may be secretly helping China. But WSJ's Aruna Viswanatha explains universities see the government's actions as intimidation and an attack on open research. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
This week, we continue revisiting and updating some of our favorite episodes on The Take. Emmett Till was beaten, shot, and drowned in a river in Mississippi on August 28, 1955. He was 14 years old. Now that the US Department of Justice has closed its investigation into his killing, we look back at Emmett’s life and death, and his family's 66-year-…
 
Bryan and David are back and kicking off the new year with Ben Smith’s announcement that he is leaving The New York Times for a global media startup (0:22). Then they transition to the first anniversary of the January siege of the Capitol by discussing Evan Osnos’s New Yorker profile of radio host Dan Bongino (9:24). Then they touch on Ken Rosentha…
 
Olympic snowboarder, musician, artmaker, streetwear designer, filmmaker, NFT creator, Trevor Andrew is perhaps best known today as the man behind the fashion brand Gucci Ghost. What started as a playful hack using bootleg Gucci fabric caught the eye of the fashion brand’s creative director Alessandro Michele who brought him on board for an official…
 
Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes promised investors that her company could revolutionize blood tests. But after 11 wire-fraud charges and 15 weeks of a court trial, yesterday a jury found Holmes guilty on four counts. WSJ's Sara Randazzo, who has been in the courtroom, explains what this means for Holmes and why this trial was a referendum on how Sili…
 
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