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UNITED Armies of the Spoiler-verse WELCOME BACK To Spoiler Country and listen in to Kenric, John and our man on the streets Casey talk comics, movies, and more. Join the fun as creators of all levels call into the show and gives us a breakdown of current and past projects. Give us a little of your time as we discuss a myriad of topics from geekery to the mundane its always special in Spoiler Country!
 
Guardian political columnist John Harris hosts a cast of voices from up and down the country as well as across the political spectrum to analyse the week’s political news. For US Politics with Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland, make sure to search 'Politics Weekly America' wherever you get your podcasts
 
Welcome to the Moneydelics Podcast This is an idea exchange about freedom, sovereignty, and navigating a world where common sense is controversial. We’re discussing serious government overreach into our lives, money, and bodies and how to navigate it for ourselves and our families. To deepen our understanding of human nature and economic systems in preparation for what’s to come in the future. And…spoiler alert- It’s going to get ugly- really ugly. I’m Francesco. I’m A husband, father, and n ...
 
A podcast for readers of science fiction, fantasy and romance, Chapter 3 Podcast is a conversational show about genre fiction that asks big questions, geeks out about details, and has fun sharing a passion for reading. Guests include reviewers, authors, and bookish content creators. New episodes release on alternating Tuesdays. Consider supporting us on Patreon for early access to episodes and mini bonus episodes. https://www.patreon.com/chapter3podcast Find us on Twitter, Instagram & TikTok ...
 
The gentleman's post-credits discourse. Enthusiastic and tactful, hosts Eddie Villanueva and Spencer Williams offer candid observations about current events in the movie industry, film reviews and various other movie buff sundries. When the lights come up, the conversation goes down.
 
Oscar winner Mahershala Ali (Moonlight, House of Cards) will play detective Wayne Hays, a state police detective from Northwest Arkansas. Stephen Dorff (Somewhere, Immortals) is set to play Arkansas State Investigator Roland West. Carmen Ejogo (Selma, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them) will play school teacher Amelia Reardon, who is connected to two missing children. Additional cast members include Josh Hopkins, who will play Jim Dobkins, a private attorney in Fayetteville, Arkansas in ...
 
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Nurses, rail staff and royal mail workers are expected to strike this winter. Will Rishi Sunak’s ‘Operation Get Tough’ have any impact? And as protests continue to rage in China, the PM used the lavish Lord Mayor’s Banquet earlier this week to announce the ‘golden era’ of relations with China is over. The Guardian’s John Harris is joined by Rafael …
 
Rounding out our 2022 First Law Readalong, Liene and Bethany go LIVE for the very first time to discuss The Wisdom of Crowds by Joe Abercrombie! Looking for a book mentioned in the episode? Check here! *Note that all links are affiliate links from which we earn a commission to support the podcast Books Mentioned The Wisdom of Crowds by Joe Abercrom…
 
The Filmlosophers celebrate the birth of Intern Amy as they take a hard stare at one of her favorite films of all time, Paddington 2. The Celebratory Cellmates create a lively conversation about the positivity and joy brought by the bear in the duffle coat. Is there some magic formula for the goodness this movie brings? Or is the film merely bankin…
 
The chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, has given details in his autumn statement of how the government will try to help struggling households, businesses and public services. But after 12 years in power and with the UK now in recession, can the Conservatives convince people they are the right party to turn the economy around? John Harris is joined by the Gua…
 
The Filmlosophers and Intern Amy reflect sincerely on the cinematic thanatological study presented by director Ryan Coogler in the latest Marvel drop, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The Solemn Soldados examine the processing of grief put on prominent display in the continuation of the character’s tale while processing the loss of its iconic perfor…
 
Bethany and Izzy had the chance to chat with the incredible bestselling romance author Olivia Dade about fat representation in romance and her latest book, Ship Wrecked! Looking for a book mentioned in the episode? Check here! *Note that all links are affiliate links from which we earn a commission to support the podcast Books Mentioned Ship Wrecke…
 
As global leaders are gathered in Sharm el-Sheikh for the Cop27 summit, the Guardian’s John Harris is joined by Labour’s minister for the climate and net zero, Ed Miliband, and columnist Gaby Hinsliff, to ask what will it take for politicians to finally take the climate emergency seriously? And, we hear from a Just Stop Oil activist on the action t…
 
The Filmlosophers and Intern Amy give one last final hurrah to the Halloween season in this Extra Credit episode with an overdue review of Guillermo Del Toro’s own ghost tale, The Devil’s Backbone (2001). After much delay, the Menacing Menagerie finally get to dive into the ethereal tale created by the master of Macabre. Strap in and grab your popc…
 
How can we create a world where people want to take personal responsibility and demand agency over all areas of their lives? How do we collectively change and build a better world? The answer is bitcoin. As bitcoiners, before we can encourage the masses to step outside the existing system, and create this new one alongside us, we must first answer …
 
The Filmlosophers and Intern Amy aren’t finished with the spooky season yet as they immerse themselves in the world of stop-motion Henry Selick’s latest work released by Netflix, Wendell & Wild. The Puppeteering Patrons regal the history of the long-lost art form as they review the much anticipated film starring the Key and Peele duo. Will the chil…
 
Criticism of Suella Braverman is mounting, with the home secretary under fire over her handling of an immigration centre in Kent. The Guardian’s John Harris is joined by the former Conservative MP and justice secretary, David Gauke, and economist Miatta Fahnbulleh, to look at what this says about Rishi Sunak’s political judgment, and the Conservati…
 
Bethany and Liene discuss the controversial show Rings of Power! Liene was not a fan, but Bethany felt more positively about it. Do we like it or hate it? Was Rings of Power bad? Was Rings of Power good? Let’s discuss! Looking for a book mentioned in the episode? Check here! *Note that all links are affiliate links from which we earn a commission t…
 
The Filmlosophers get into the holiday spirit of All Hallows' Eve in this Extra Special Extra Credit as our hosts and friend of the show Ben dish out their favorite Halloween flicks! The Vicious Variety Pack dive deep through the memories of Halloween’s past, and offer up some of their favorite movies highlighting the holiday! Is your pick on our l…
 
Have you been wondering what living in El Salvador is REALLY like? Is moving to El Salvador when you have a family with young children a good idea? And the most common concern, is El Salvador safe? These are all valid questions, bearing in mind all the propaganda we are subjected to from the mainstream media. Welcome to episode 4 of Moneydelics! In…
 
Rishi Sunak has promised to fix the mistakes made by his predecessor Liz Truss. But only a day into the job, the new PM is already facing criticism for his decision to reappoint Suella Braverman as home secretary. The Guardian’s Gaby Hinsliff is joined by the political strategist Jo Tanner and Will Tanner, the director of the centre-right thinktank…
 
The Filmlosophers and Intern Amy wrestle with the shake-ups at WB, the immense amount of CG, and the people’s Champ in the latest entry of the DCEU, Black Adam. The Raging Revenants pull back the curtains on their thoughts of The Rock’s latest performance and weigh it against what we’ve already seen with the DCEU. Has this latest offering out of Wa…
 
Rishi Sunak will be the UK’s next prime minister, the country’s third in as many months. The Guardian’s Gaby Hinsliff is joined by the former Downing Street chief of staff to Theresa May, Gavin Barwell, and the Observer’s Sonia Sodha to discuss his win and the road ahead. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
One final dive into the crystal-clear waters of talking about a mystery novel without having to carefully avoid the details — here are Brad, Moira, and myself discussing Mrs. McGinty’s Dead (1952) by Agatha Christie. There’s much to discuss here, too: an older Hercule Poirot whose name conjures none of the delight or fear it would have done during …
 
What is bitcoin and how does it work? Why is bitcoin valuable and useful in a society headed towards tyranny? How is Bitcoin helping El Salvador? And how is El Salvador helping Bitcoin? Deepening your understanding of Bitcoin and sound economic principles is not only possible, but there are people out there that are more than willing to share every…
 
The Filmlosophers and Intern Amy celebrate Eddie’s latest trip around the sun as they review the latest -and final- entry in the famed Halloween franchise, Halloween Ends. The Spookity Specters don their appropriate apparel for a haunting look at the traditional viewing of Eddie’s birthday movie selection! Will the franchise finally be laid to rest…
 
Liz Truss has apologised for the ‘mistakes’ she made in her mini-budget. But as her new chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, shreds her economic plan and warns of ‘eye-watering’ decisions ahead, will her party accept the tough choices they face? The Guardian’s Gaby Hinsliff speaks to the former Conservative adviser Salma Shah and columnist Rafael Behr about th…
 
Bethany and Liene are back with more First Law Content! In this episode we discuss The Trouble with Peace by Joe Abercrombie. Spoilers begin around the 20min. mark. Looking for a book mentioned in the episode? Check here! *Note that all links are affiliate links from which we earn a commission to support the podcast Books Mentioned The Trouble With…
 
What does it mean to be a son or daughter of El Salvador in this day and age? How has the country’s past shaped Salvadorians' upbringing and their impressions of the current political climate under President Bukele? And, what is the hope for what’s next in this burgeoning state as bitcoin has become legal tender, and new political systems begin to …
 
Under pressure from the markets, the IMF, and her own MPs, will Liz Truss have to reverse the tax cuts she outlined in her mini-budget? The Guardian’s Gaby Hinsliff speaks to the political correspondent Peter Walker and the columnist Rafael Behr on what options the government is left with. And as Labour continues to sail high in the polls, what can…
 
What does the shift of government institutionalized control over its citizenry to a service based model look like? How does a government's approach to digital currency determine how they view freedom and privacy? And, is there such a thing as complete privacy in the Bitcoin cryptocurrency market? If you believe the major issue with privacy today is…
 
Liz Truss used her first conference speech as leader of the Conservative party to try to reassert herself. Did she manage it? The Guardian’s Gaby Hinsliff is joined by political editor Pippa Crerar and Gavin Barwell, former chief of staff to Theresa May, to find out. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod…
 
The Filmlosophers and Intern Amy kick off the spooky season with a closer look at mastermind Guillermo del Toro’s everlasting tale, Cronos (1993). The Ethereal Educators are whisked away to a world of gothic fairytales with a deep dive into a film by one of Eddie’s idols. Has time minimized the efficacy of this eternal love story? Or will the geniu…
 
It’s been a busy few days for the Conservative party. Rebel MPs pushed the chancellor into announcing a U-turn on abolishing the 45p top rate of income tax. Now it seems like another battle is looming over universal credit. The Guardian’s John Harris is at the party’s conference in Birmingham to ask: has Liz Truss lost control?. Help support our in…
 
Bethany and Izzy are talking the new Vampire Academy show on Peacock and how it compares to the Vampire Academy book by Richelle Mead! This covers episodes 1-4 of season 1. Looking for a book mentioned in the episode? Check here! *Note that all links are affiliate links from which we earn a commission to support the podcast Books Mentioned Vampire …
 
Keir Starmer has set out his alternative vision for the country at Labour’s annual conference. Against the backdrop of market turmoil and the government seemingly in freefall, Politics Weekly UK goes to the Labour conference in Liverpool, hearing from people in and outside the hall on how they’re being impacted by the cost of living. The Guardian’s…
 
The Filmlosophers and Ensign Amy say hello and goodbye to the TNG cast as we walk out the door for the last film of Star Trek Month, Star Trek: First Contact. Does a TNG era film live up to the legacy of the TOS films? Or does this movie spell the beginning of the end of the Star Trek franchise? Find out on this week's episode of The Filmlosophers!…
 
The mini-budget has landed and there was nothing mini about it. Big tax announcements such as abolishing the 45% additional rate of income tax as well as plans for growth were included. The Guardian’s John Harris is joined by Resolution Foundation chief executive Torsten Bell to talk through the details. John also speaks to columnists Gaby Hinsliff…
 
Scrapping the bankers’ bonus cap, slashing taxes and lifting the moratorium on fracking. Liz Truss says she is prepared to be ‘unpopular’ to boost the UK economy, but who really benefits? The Guardian’s John Harris is joined by David Gauke, a former Conservative chief secretary to the Treasury, and Miatta Fahnbulleh, CEO of the New Economics Founda…
 
The Filmlosophers and Cadet Amy say goodbye to the TOS cast as they venture into new lands with Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. 25 years' worth of stories, adventures, and camaraderie with this cast and crew end here, as the Starless Searchers take their conversation to areas unknown. Will the film end the exploits of the Enterprise on a hi…
 
Bethany and Liene continue with their First Law Readalong! This episode is all about A Little Hatred by Joe Abercrombie. Spoiler discussion begins 28:07 Looking for a book mentioned in the episode? Check here! *Note that all links are affiliate links from which we earn a commission to support the podcast Books Mentioned A Little Hatred by Joe Aberc…
 
It’s been a week of wall-to-wall coverage of the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Meanwhile anti-monarchy protesters have been arrested, food banks closed and hospital appointments cancelled in her honour. The Guardian’s John Harris is joined by the Observer’s Sonia Sodha and Guardian columnist Rafael Behr to look at what this all tells us about the UK…
 
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