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Lunch Agenda is a virtual lunch date that offers us all a chance to be food activists. Kiko spent three years interviewing neighbors served by the Capital Area Food Bank about how they like to eat. She’s learned that in order for everyone in America to eat better, we need to listen to different perspectives from our own and pursue change on many levels. She’ll sit with doctors, parents, policymakers and more to hear their agenda for the food system, and will ask each guest for one action lis ...
 
Football Today gives you in-depth analysis of the biggest stories from the world of football in episodes that you can listen to in a single commute. From corruption and controversy to the issues that are changing the fabric of the game. Don't just read the game, feel the game.
 
Soho House Stories presents Eat, Drink, Chat, a six-part series taking you to a new Soho House each episode where our hosts share a meal or relax over drinks with a talented guest, from artists to activists, musicians to entrepreneurs. Starting with breakfast, before moving onto coffee, lunch and cocktails, dinner and finally room service, each podcast brings something new to the table. Soho House is a community of creative thinkers. To find out more visit http://sohohouse.com
 
GDC FM is back with its third season. This episode we answer your long awaited questions including what are does bumps on your nipples? We keep you up to date on the latest reggae news and the Spotlight is on the Twinkle Brothers. Plus we have a special interview with Hollie Cook and General Roots with an exclusive live acoustic session.
 
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At the end of September last year, Leeds United visited the Valley to play Charlton in the EFL Championship. In the end, it was an unremarkable enough game, despite the eventual Champions losing to newly promoted Charlton. But after the game, it soon became apparent that something more sinister had happened on the pitch. After a long investigation …
 
One-of-a-kind video maker and comedian Richard Perez joins David to talk about his journey from photography to performance, going out alone, Madonna, sobriety and much more. You can follow Richard @richard_perez. Be sure to share/rate/subscribe to the Luminaries, and follow David @david_odyssey. The Luminaries is made with love in NYC. Consulting p…
 
Last Sunday, scenes became ugly in France's biggest game, Marseille vs PSG. There were kicks and punches thrown and allegations of racism, homophobia, and spitting. But when the dust settled, Marseille was the 1-0 victor. It was the first time Marseille had beaten PSG in the League for 9 years. With two losses to open the season PSG's position at t…
 
Today on Streetwise from The Pitch we discuss havin' a delightful birthday, check out ComAdore’s track “Justice Clock”, enjoy a reading of Joseph Hernandez's piece on the future of KC sports, and chat with Mayor Quinton Lucas about *gestures at everything* Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor in chief of The Pitch. Subscribe on iTunes or Sp…
 
A little over four years ago Wolves were an average team in the Championship. Now they're competing with the top teams in the country. One of the primary reasons for their success has been their recruitment of Portuguese players. In the current transfer window they've recruited two top talents from FC Porto; Fabio Silva and Vitinha. Today, we analy…
 
This time, the beloved drag queen Lemon Chiffon talks about her journey, from Melbourne to NYC and back again, how she's coping with the pandemic, and where she's going next. Follow Lemon @lemon_chiffon_. If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to share/rate/subscribe. You can follow David @david_odyssey. The Luminaries is made with love in New York C…
 
Today on Streetwise from The Pitch we discuss being awake too late, check out Ruskabank's track "In A Very Bad Place (Live)", enjoy a reading of Mayor Quinton Lucas' piece on the future of correcting correctional policies, and chat with Dr. Alexs Thompson, author of "I'll Go: War, Religion, and Coming Home From Cairo to Kansas City". Streetwise is …
 
For most of us, James Rodriguez burst onto the scene during the 2014 World Cup. But since then, the Colombian playmaker has not really reached the ceiling that many expected he could reach… This week, though, James took a new step in his career, joining Everton in time for the beginning of a new Premier League season. In this episode, we ask: how w…
 
Today on Streetwise from The Pitch we hear about Escape Rooms in pandemic, listen to the Blackstarkids' track "Britney Bitch", and chat with author Anne Kniggendorf about Weird KC. Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor in chief of The Pitch. Subscribe on iTunes or Spotify. Subscribe to the Streetwise newsletter, a weekly meditation on Kansas…
 
There's a curious phenomenon in modern football. Clubs who have centuries-long pedigrees are suddenly finding it hard to survive. The last in the litany of beleaguered football clubs is Charlton Athletic. Having dropped down into League One last season, the club is now in a race to prove to the EFL they have sufficient funds to survive next season.…
 
Pop diva Dexter Driscoll joins David to talk about making dreams come true, the cosmology of pop divadom, and their many lives in New York City. Stream or buy Dexter's album "The Price of Fantasy" and follow them @dexterdriscoll. Subscribe to the Luminaries for new interviews and reflections every Tuesday. Do a mitzvah and rate and review the podca…
 
For many of us in the UK, the closest we get to seeing the US women’s national team players in the flesh is when there is an international tournament in Europe. This is about to change though. With the news that Sam Mewis and Rose Lavelle are joining Manchester City and Tobin Heath and Christen Press could be joining Manchester United, the US women…
 
Stand-up, legend and Luminaries royalty Sydnee Washington returns to talk about her long journey to stardom—and inner peace. David and Sydnee talk sobriety, tough family relationships, career ups and downs, and our dark years go-go dancing. Listen to The Unofficial Expert podcast (with Marie Faustin) every Friday, and watch the deranged IG Live ser…
 
Today on Streetwise from The Pitch we discuss the Alamo Drafthouse Mainstreet, listen to the Brandon Phillips & the Condition track "Veronica", and chat with former Mayor Sly James about his new book. Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor in chief of The Pitch. Subscribe on iTunes or Spotify. Subscribe to the Streetwise newsletter, a weekly …
 
When the football season draws to a close and the summer arrives, it can only mean one thing… The transfer window is upon us and that brings with it the phenomenon of the transfer rumour But where do these rumours come from? Are they even real to start with? In this episode, we trace a transfer rumour back to its origin and ask: can anything be don…
 
The former reigning Miss Bushwig and scene-stealing ingenue of the Brooklyn drag scene, Chiquitita (née Juku) speaks with David about her journey to divadom, growing up fast, her career goals, and changing her name. Subscribe to Chiquitita's podcast SHOWS (co-hosted by Baby Love) and follow her/venmo her @chiquitettas. Subscribe to the Luminaries …
 
I don't know about you, but May feels like a lifetime ago. Back then there was a lot of uncertainty surrounding the future of football and nowhere was this feeling stronger than in the EFL. With dozens of clubs at risk of bankruptcy, many within the game thought structural change was necessary After months of talk, Leagues One and Two have finally …
 
I don’t know about you but I find my eyes glazing over when I hear that FIFA is in the news again for something less than salubrious… When it was announced that Swiss prosecutors had opened proceedings on Gianni Infantino, then, you’d be forgiven for raising an eyebrow and continuing scrolling through your feeds. But this case is a little different…
 
Over the first few weeks of quarantine, nonbinary comedian Megan Pope began to recreate shameless gay thirst traps they'd seen on Instagram. Soon, the gag evolved into an expansive satirical endeavor, involving hundreds of images and endless contortions of their body to fit the cis gay male algorithmic ideal. Pope speaks with David about lampooning…
 
Today on Streetwise from The Pitch we discuss C-Wash, foam-fighting, listen to the Kiko De Gallo track "A Walking Story," and chat with local writer and host of Downtown Dish, Katy Schamberger. Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor in chief of The Pitch. Subscribe on iTunes or Spotify. Subscribe to the Streetwise newsletter, a weekly meditat…
 
Activist and writer Eliel Cruz talks about his work with the New York Anti-Violence Project, organizing the Brooklyn March for Trans Lives, fighting for justice for Layleen Polanco, and his journey to activism. You can follow Eliel @theelielcruz and support the Anti-Violence project via avp.org or @antiviolence. Subscribe to the Luminaries for new …
 
Three weeks ago, when CAS made their verdict in the Manchester City FFP case, there was a lot of uncertainty in how it reached its verdict. Then, last Tuesday, CAS released a 93-page document explaining their decision. Today, we examine the CAS verdict and tell you why UEFA may have dropped the ball. Guest: Rob Harris (@RobHarris) is Global Sports …
 
Today on Streetwise from The Pitch we discuss dogs, KCPD, listen to The Appleseed Cast track "Forever Longing the Golden Sunsets", and chat with multi-decade KC photo-journalist Chuck Prewitt. Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor in chief of The Pitch. Subscribe on iTunes or Spotify. Subscribe to the Streetwise newsletter, a weekly meditati…
 
Since 1959, only two teams outside of Turkey's big three (Beşiktaş, Fenerbahçe, Galatasaray) have won the league title. Last week İstanbul Başakşehir became the third team to do so. Today, we explain how they did it and what it means for Turkish football. Guest: John McManus (@JohnMcManus06) is an anthropologist and author of 'Welcome to Hell? In S…
 
In the unfolding maelstrom of self-becoming and social reckoning, how do we claim our superpowers? Writer/performer David Goldberg calls on a pantheon of drag artists, comedians, downtown performers and activists for guidance on the grand queer hero's journey. What was the moment of your awakening? How do you cope? And what is the new world you're …
 
For the first time in football history, dozens of games are being played in empty stadiums. This has given us unprecedented insight into how fans impact on-pitch performance. Today we ask: what happens to home-field advantage when there are no fans? Guests: John Burn-Murdoch (@jburnmurdoch) is a senior data visualisation journalist at the Financial…
 
When Albert Celades was sacked at the end of June, everyone thought it was just another chapter in the story of Peter Lim’s ownership of Valencia. However, over in Singapore, Lim’s daughter, Kim, fired up her Instagram and began typing. "Some Valencia fans are scolding and cursing at my family and I. Don't they get it? The club is ours and we can d…
 
Earlier this month, after years of hard work and preparation the academies of Burnley, Leeds and Crystal Palace were upgraded to Category One status. It is evidence of a larger trend of clubs investing more heavily in their academies and renovating their training grounds. Today, we explain why Premier League clubs are increasing their spending on t…
 
Today on Streetwise from The Pitch we discuss home repairs, listen to Miles Bonny's track Soulful Melodies", and chat with beer scientist Elizabeth Belden. Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor in chief of The Pitch. Subscribe on iTunes or Spotify. Subscribe to the Streetwise newsletter, a weekly meditation on Kansas City news and events. Th…
 
What is football? Who is it for? Big questions to be asking on a nondescript day in July, perhaps. But questions that are being subtly answered all the time whether we recognise it or not. On Monday, we were given a clearer indication of what football is in the present day. That day, Manchester City saw their UEFA Champions League ban overturned by…
 
In 24 hours everything changed for Wigan fans. The Latics went from celebrating a 3-0 win over Stoke to a club entering into administration. In this episode, we spoke two Wigan fans who are fighting to keep the club alive. Guests: Adam Conroy is a Wigan fan and secretary of the Wigan Supporters Club (@WiganAthSC). Jay Whittle (@JayWhittle6) is a Wi…
 
Today on Streetwise from The Pitch we discuss cars, what we're watching, listen to The Harrisonics' track "Trailer Court Goth Girls", and chat with children's book author Cynthia Fails. Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, editor in chief of The Pitch. Subscribe on iTunes or Spotify. Subscribe to the Streetwise newsletter, a weekly meditation on K…
 
Every season, it’s the same. Four teams, four spots. But this season, there’s a twist. With Manchester City the potential recipients of a Champions League ban, we could see a surprise addition to the competition’s English quota. The race for the Champions League will see some clubs’ fortunes made and some clubs’ fortunes dented. In this episode, we…
 
This weekend as COVID-19 cases in the UK fell, people returned en masse to pubs and restaurants. Meanwhile, across the Atlantic, Brazilian cities are reopening despite surging cases and deaths of COVID-19. While many experts believe the worst is yet to come, football has returned to Rio de Janeiro causing discord between locals clubs and government…
 
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