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Who should you root for at the 2022 FIFA World Cup? Get to know soccer’s most inspiring players and the causes they champion on My New Favorite Futbolista. Listen in English or Spanish and check out the video feed. Season 5: My New Favorite Futbolista hosted by soccer legend Juan Pablo Ángel in English and Spanish Season 4: My New Favorite Olympian hosted by Apolo Ohno, Team USA's most decorated Winter Olympian Season 3: My New Favorite Olympian hosted by Olympic trailblazer Ibtihaj Muhammad ...
 
Albert Dadon AM aka Albare, the Entrepreneur and Jazz guitarist, goes deep into discussion with high calibre international musicians, and finds out what defines their success. They share intimate insights into their lives and stories that happen on the road that give you an authentic picture about the other side of the musical coin. Podcast weekly or therabout.
 
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Pablo Torre, host of ESPN Daily, joins Brian to talk about interviewing, curiosity in reporting, and how podcasting sits at the middle of his professional Venn Diagram. After a brief delay in starting this episode, Pablo talks about the career path that brought him to ESPN. He tells Brian how he brings a magazine-writer’s sensibility to a daily spo…
 
​JUAN PABLO TORRES (Puerto Padre, 17 de agosto de 1946 Cuba - Miami, 17 de abril de 2005) Cubano, Trombonista de Jazz Latino /Classic Jazz, productor musical, director de orquesta y arreglista. Considerado uno de los mejores trombonistas del jazz latino. Multi-nominado y ganador del Latín Grammy. Esta es una entrevista originalmente de TV con GILDA…
 
Bradley Hope and Tom Wright are former journalists at The Wall Street Journal, the co-founders of journalism studio Project Brazen, and the co-authors of the book Billion Dollar Whale. Their new podcast is Corinna and The King. Hope’s new book is “The Rebel and the Kingdom.” “We’re a little bit skeptical of just jumping into the big story of the da…
 
Steve interviews Greg Wyshynski (00:07:44) from ESPN to talk about the first few months of the NHL season. Greg gives his take on the young Buffalo Sabres, the emerging New Jersey Devils, and that snake Jack Eichel. Greg also talks about the demise of the Boston Bruins (it didn't happen) and the brilliance of their medical team and training staff. …
 
Bryan and David kick things off discussing Anthony Bourdain’s biography, ‘Down and Out in Paradise’ (0:33), before weighing in on Joe Biden’s bid for re-election in 2024 against former president Donald Trump (13:44). Then, they address the Washington Post story about Dallas Cowboys owner and GM Jerry Jones and discuss his impact, or lack thereof, i…
 
Hanif Abdurraqib is a poet, essayist, and critic whose work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine and many other publications. His latest book is A Little Devil in America: In Praise of Black Performance. “I learn from hearing my elders tell stories. There’s an inherent knowing of yourself as a vessel for narration who also ha…
 
Bryan and David are joined by ForbesLife editor Michael Solomon to reflect on the career of George Lois and the lost art of the magazine cover. They discuss the statements Lois made and the influence of his art before running through a number of his most memorable covers, such as Muhammad Ali posing as St. Sebastian, Virna Lisi shaving, Andy Warhol…
 
Ferran Torres (Spain and FC Barcelona), a proud advocate for rescuing stray dogs, is determined to get dogs off the streets through adoption and education Hear from: Ferran Torres (Spain, FC Barcelona) Nikki Tibbles (Founder Wild at Heart Foundation) Check out the video feed. Escucha en español. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and C…
 
Bryan and David address Donald Trump’s announcement that he will run for president in 2024, and discuss which conservative media figures are behind him and which are leaving him behind (9:25). Later, they talk through the ongoing coverage of the World Cup (27:05), before switching gears and discussing Michael Lewis announcing his next very timely b…
 
The U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team used its platform to demand that Congress do something about gun violence in America Hear from: Chris Murphy (U.S. Senator from Connecticut) Alejandro Bedoya (USMNT) Gregg Berhalter (USMNT) Mark McKenzie (USMNT) Chris Richards (USMNT) DeAndre Yedlin (USMNT) Walker Zimmerman (USMNT) Dr. Amy Bass (Manhattanville Co…
 
In this near-emergency podcast, Bryan and David discuss the madness happening with Twitter and if it could actually shut down. They talk about the reaction to the potential end of the social media site, how the conversation has evolved, and the Musk of it all. Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Associate Producer: Carlos Chiriboga Learn more a…
 
Bryan is joined by The Ringer’s Sean Fennessey to discuss their top 10 media movies, and hand out awards for their Favorite Movie Journalist, Worst Movie About the Media, and more! Host: Bryan Curtis Guest: Sean Fennessey Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
DeAndre Yedlin (USMNT and Inter Miami CF) is a proud LGBTQ ally who is determined to make soccer more inclusive after hearing homophobic slurs on the pitch Hear from: DeAndre Yedlin Landon Donovan (USMNT legend and San Diego Loyal SC head coach) Collin Martin (San Diego Loyal SC player) Hudson Taylor (Athlete Ally founder) Check out the video feed.…
 
Audie Cornish is a journalist and the former host of NPR’s All Things Considered. Her new CNN Audio podcast is The Assignment. “I think there is journalism inherent in an interview. Like the interview itself should be considered a piece of journalism. It isn't always. Sometimes the vibe is that it’s a little window dressing or that it's personality…
 
GRACIELA RIVERA SOPRANO PUERTORRIQUEÑA hizo historia el 4 de Febrero de 1952, al ser la primera boricua contratada para cantar en la Opera Metropolitana de Nueva York. GRACIELA RIVERA se presentó en los mejores escenarios de la ópera a nivel mundial. Además tuvo un bello programa de radio en vivo, semanal en WHOM AM NYC del 1959 a 1965. GRACIELA RI…
 
Mark-Anthony Kaye (Canada and Toronto FC), who was raised by a single mother, is partnering with Single Mothers Outreach to provide single mothers with resources to successfully raise their families Hear from: Mark-Anthony Kaye Novelette Kaye (Mark-Anthony’s mother) Yorleni Sapp (Single Mothers Outreach) Check out the video feed. Escucha en español…
 
Bryan and David revisit the midterm elections and touch on CNN’s loss of viewership compared to the other networks, weigh in on the unexpected results that swayed blue, and discuss both Trump and Biden’s bid for re-election (7:42). Later, they revisit the John Fetterman and Mehmet Oz debate addressing the exit polls from CNN, and more (45:41)! Plus…
 
On the 29th episode of the 24 Inch Podcast, Steve Bennett and Dave Rowlands take a deep dive into SummerSlam 1990. On this night, Hulk Hogan returned to the ring to get revenge against the Earthquake.At the top, Steve, Paula and Dave are together to kick off the show with some talk about Dave and Paula's rough time since the last show. After the br…
 
José Cifuentes (Ecuador and LAFC), who had to choose between pursuing soccer or a formal education, wants to make it easier for future generations of soccer players to finish their studies Hear from: José "Cifu" Cifuentes Cristian Reinoso (Fútbol Estudio) Monserrat Creamer (Former Ecuadorian Minister of Education) Check out the video feed. Escucha …
 
Taffy Brodesser-Akner is a staff writer at the New York Times and the creator of the new Hulu television series Fleishman Is in Trouble, based on her bestselling novel. “I took the cast out to dinner … And the way they began talking to each other, which was very intimate, was like a punch in the stomach. Because I had always thought that I got peop…
 
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker sort through the midterm election results, ponder the fate of the republic, and make fun of the pundits on cable news. Plus, David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline. Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoi…
 
Steve interviews Joshua Robinson and Jonathan Clegg (00:07:29) who appear to promote their new book. Jonathan and Joshua appear together and are welcomed by a loud Steve victim of apparent gain knob sabotage. Josh and Jonathan talk about how Messi and Ronaldo have changed soccer including but not limited to the business, economics, and culture of. …
 
Paul Arriola (USMNT and FC Dallas) shares what he learned about maintaining mental health during a two-year stretch in which he lost two loved ones, had a third diagnosed with stage four lung cancer and suffered a major injury. Hear from: Paul Arriola Akela Banuelos (Paul’s fiancée) Dr. Stephany Coakley (Sports psychology, Temple University) Check …
 
Ahead of tomorrow’s midterm elections, Bryan and David discuss overarching pundit projections, touch on the most contentious elections, and weigh in on the news that Donald Trump could announce his candidacy next week (6:20). Then, they revisit the chaos on Twitter with Elon Musk restricting accounts, “legalizing” comedy, and bringing back former e…
 
In preparation for Saturday’s prime-time game between undefeated Georgia and Tennessee, Bryan chats with former CBS sports commentator Verne Lundquist. Lundquist discusses what he misses most about calling sports, talks through his time working alongside Terry Bradshaw covering NFL games, and how he made it to the no. 1 spot at CBS with Gary Daniel…
 
In our first-ever live event, Tyler Dunne returns to talk about his new book, “The Blood and Guts: How Tight Ends Save Football.” Listen to this episode for your chance to WIN A SIGNED COPY OF TY’S BOOK. Tyler tells Brian why he decided to write a whole book about tight ends. Because, let’s face it, that’s an oddly specific topic. If, as Tyler said…
 
Nancy Updike is a founding producer and senior editor at This American Life. Jenelle Pifer, a former Longform Podcast editor, is a senior producer at Serial. Their new three-part podcast, hosted by Updike and produced by Pifer, is We Were Three. Updike: “I say it’s a story that’s a bit about COVID, but really about a family, and that’s the closest …
 
Chris Richards (USMNT and Crystal Palace), who grew up in the city (Birmingham, Alabama) that Martin Luther King, Jr., once called “the most thoroughly segregated city in the United States,” is using his platform to fight racism in soccer Hear from: Chris Richards Mark McKenzie (USMNT and Genk) Chris Gloster (New York City FC) Ken Richards (Chris’ …
 
Julián Araujo (Mexico and LA Galaxy), who comes from a family of farmworkers, is using his voice to advocate for more equitable policies in the agriculture industry Hear from: Julián Araujo Lupe Araujo (Julian’s mother) Jorge Araujo (Julian’s father) Diana Tellefson Torres (Executive director of United Farm Workers Foundation) Check out the video f…
 
One week until the midterm elections, Bryan and David discuss signs that we have entered the late stage of the election cycle while discussing ad campaigns, reevaluating Senate races, and touching on Beto O’Rourke’s position in his state race (3:24). Later, they revisit Twitter underneath Elon Musk and touch on his recent response to Hillary Clinto…
 
“DIPLO” RAMÓN RIVERO; ACTOR CÓMICO MÁS FAMOSO EN LA HISTORIA DE PUERTO RICO. ESTA ES UNA TRANSMISSION DE UN PROGRAMA ESPECIAL SOBRE LA VIDA DE RAMÓN RIVERO “DIPLO” POR WKAQ PUERTO RICO EN EL 1950, UN OBSEQUIÓ DE LA ESPOSA DE RAMÓN RIVERO “DIPLO” LA ACTRIZ Y DECLAMADORA, ALICIA BIBILONI A GILDA MIRÓS PARA QUE GILDA LO PASARA EN SU PROGRAMA RADIAL DE…
 
Bryan is joined by Washington Post columnist Perry Bacon Jr. to discuss the upcoming midterm elections as well as recent media news. They begin by addressing the unified story represented by these elections, discuss which senate race has been of peak interest, and weigh in on whether the democrats are “screwing this up.” Later, they touch on how Tw…
 
Jeff Pearlman is back for either his 83rd or 905th appearance, depending on who’s counting. Jeff is back to chat about “The Last Folk Hero,” his outstanding new biography of Bo Jackson that is out this week. Jeff describes what makes Bo Jackson so iconic and interesting, and why the first thing he did when he decided to write about Bo was to visit …
 
In preparation for the midterm elections, Bryan and David check in on three of the biggest Senate races around the country, starting with Pennsylvania’s race between John Fetterman and Mehmet Oz, Ohio’s race between Tim Ryan and JD Vance, and Georgia’s race between Senator Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker (7:46), before then addressing the embat…
 
BENNY MORE, “EL BÁRBARO DEL RITMO” SU HISTORIA Y MÚSICA REPASADA POR JORGE COYA, EL DIRECTOR DEL PEQUEÑO MUSEO DE LA MÚSICA CUBANA EN LAS VEGAS, NEVADA. JORGE COYA LE OBSEQUIÓ ESTE PROGRAMA ESPECIAL A GILDA MIRÓS PARA QUE ELLA LO PASARA EN SU PROGRAMA DE RADIO EN LA CIUDAD DE NUEVA YORK 1985.
 
Bryan is joined by Wos to break down Draymond Green’s short doc, in which he addresses the recent altercation between himself and teammate Jordan Poole, before weighing in on player-driven media and its effect on the fan base. Host: Bryan Curtis Guest: Wosny Lambre Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastc…
 
My New Favorite Futbolista will introduce you to the World Cup’s most inspiring soccer players and the causes they champion. New episodes hosted by former Colombian striker Juan Pablo Ángel and LX News host Eric Alvarez will drop November 1 in English and Spanish. Watch the trailer HERE. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and Californi…
 
Denny Wilkins' story is that of a geology major from Massachusetts turned into a journalism professor at St. Bonaventure. It’s also the story of a professor who taught a generation of St. Boanventure journalism graduates — Brian included — to omit needless words. Denny and Brian, now colleagues at the Jandoli School of Communication, bring faculty …
 
Erika Hayasaki has written for The New York Times Magazine, Wired, and The Atlantic. Her new book is Somewhere Sisters: A Story of Adoption, Identity, and the Meaning of Family. “I don’t subscribe to the belief that it’s our story because we’re the journalist that wrote it — especially when people are sharing these really intimate, deep, painful mo…
 
Bryan and David kick things off by discussing the news of Charles Barkley’s new 10-year deal with TNT worth over $100 million (0:22). Then, they touch on Bob Costas's return to broadcasting and his ad reads integrated into the telecast (9:21), before weighing in on Annie Karnie’s short essay in Vogue reflecting on her time covering politicians who …
 
On the 28th episode of the 24 Inch Podcast, Steve Bennett and Dave Rowlands take a deep dive into the May 23, 1987 episode of Superstars of Wrestling. On this night, Hulk Hogan put his title on the line against, Cowboy Bob Orton.At the top, Steve and Paula kick off the show with some spooky banter and some emails from the brain of Paulamania. Back …
 
Steve interviews Joe Maddon (00:18:47) the former manager of the Tampa Bay Rays and Chicago Cubs who appears to promote his new book. Joe explains the origins of the project and why he chose to work with Tom Verducci. Joe also talks about the last day of the 2011 MLB season, breaking the curse of the Billy Goat, and his relationship with Eddie Vedd…
 
Bryan is joined by New York magazine writer Rebecca Traister to dive into John Fetterman’s Senate race in Pennsylvania after experiencing a stroke. They break down the health condition of Fetterman, discuss how he's recovering, talk through his status in the current Senate race, and weigh in on a journalist’s responsibility when covering the health…
 
Rachel Aviv is a staff writer for The New Yorker. Her new book is Strangers to Ourselves: Unsettled Minds and the Stories That Make Us. “I used to feel that if I knew everything, that was a good sign. And I've become more aware that if you know everything you want to argue, that's not such a good sign…. Do I have a genuine question? Is there someth…
 
Bryan and David break down the merger between The Athletic and The New York Times. They discuss the policies and standards enforced for both outlets, the evolution of the sports section at the Times, and the importance of finding identity (6:26). Later, they say goodbye to reporter Nikki Finke (34:06) before switching gears and diving into the tran…
 
NESTOR TORRES” el “El Flautista de America”, instrumentista ganador de un Grammy Latino y NESTOR TORRES, su padre; pianista de Ponce, Puerto Rico, juntos en una entrevista de radio en Miami, con Gilda Mirós en los 90s. Ambos hablan del gran concierto con la orquesta sinfónica de Puerto Rico en el Teatro de Bellas Artes en San Juan. La entrevista in…
 
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