Best Brunt podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Each week, Jeff Blair and Stephen Brunt tackle the most impactful stories in the world of sports and their intersection with popular culture. Jeff and Stephen lean on their expansive Rolodexes and a combined 70 or so years covering the biggest events and most interesting names in the games we all love to entertain, engage and educate listeners. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. o ...
 
A discussion on all things in the Quadcopter, multi-rotor (a.k.a drone) community. For seasoned users, or those thinking about getting involved in this exciting new technology. Each show will feature insight into the drone community: the people using them, and for what for. We’ll also have how-to tips, flying tips, product demos, and lots of discussion on the soon to change rules concerning commercial drone use. Right now it is like the Wild West for drone technology, and is an exciting time ...
 
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Don Brennan of the Ottawa Sun joins the podcast to dive into the animosity many Senators supporters in Ottawa have for their team's ownership and management How did we get here, and how can it be fixed? Stephen and Jeff also look at similar situations in other sports, discuss how hockey fans differ from those of, say, soccer or baseball and wha ...…
 
Jeff and Stephen visit with former Blue Jays manager John Gibbons to reflect on his life in baseball and his career with the Blue Jays, including his relationship with different management groups and how he tackled various types of clubhouses. This episode was produced by Amil Delic with a tip of the hat to Steve Coyle and Ryan Walsh. Audio Cre ...…
 
Thirty years ago this week, Ben Johnson lit the world on fire by running a world-record 9.79 in the 100-m final at the 1998 Seoul Olympics. Then, it all fell apart. Steroids. The Dubin Inquiry. A failed comeback. Isolation. And, finally, cashing in on his infamy. Jeff and Stephen discuss Johnson's legacy in Canada and around the world with comm ...…
 
In Donald Trump's eyes, NFLers who don't stand for the national anthem shouldn't be playing and, maybe, "shouldn't be in the country." But Jeff and Stephen believe it was the league, not the players, who created the current us-against-them climate. They are joined by Mark Leibovich, chief national correspondent for New York Times Magazine and a ...…
 
The Toronto Blue Jays have never been in this position before - building from the ground up. Jeff and Stephen discuss the current state of the Jays, the difficulties they could face next season with a young team, budgets, the manager, and so much more. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not ...…
 
He's the greatest homegrown Blue Jays prospect in a generation, and maybe the best in franchise history. Jeff and Stephen discuss Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and how best to handle his development, as well as that of the rest of the farm system, which hasn't been in better shape in years. Audio credit: SN and TBS. The views and opinions expressed in ...…
 
When a team is out of playoff contention, does its clubhouse culture change? Thirteen-year MLB vet and Kansas City Royals colour commentator, Rex Hudler, joins Jeff and Stephen to discuss just that. What did he do to keep his teammates motivated when losing? How does an in-season managerial change impact a club? And how do teams handle negativi ...…
 
By trading DeMar DeRozan for Kawhi Leonard, the Toronto Raptors changed the way the franchise is viewed around the NBA. Jeff and Stephen are joined by long-time beat reporter Doug Smith of The Toronto Star to discuss how the business of winning now rules the Raptors' roost. Former Raptor Alvin Williams also shares his thoughts on why the team h ...…
 
Sally Jenkins of the Washington Post joins the show to examine the varying ways major sports leagues have reacted to domestic violence incidents and delve into the Roberto Osuna situation and what the Toronto Blue Jays could do once the pitcher has served his MLB suspension. Jeff and Stephen also discuss the possibility of Slava Voynov returnin ...…
 
Jeff and Stephen look back at a memorable World Cup with ESPN's Global Sports Correspondent Sam Borden, the potential impact of France's victory and what lies ahead as we look to 2022 in Qatar. Audio Credits: Al Jazeera, Antena 1, BBC & FIFA TV.By contact@sportsnet590.ca (Sportsnet).
 
Despite decades of mismanagement and disappointment, the Toronto Maple Leafs remain the most important franchise in hockey. By landing John Tavares, the biggest free-agent signing of the salary-cap era, to add to an exciting young core, the Leafs look like they could contend for years to come. Jeff and Stephen are joined by former Maple Leafs S ...…
 
Atlanta Braves GM and executive VP Alex Anthopoulos joins Jeff and Stephen in studio to discuss his current contender, his time in Toronto and how he turned the Blue Jays into a powerhouse, the similarities running the two franchises, and how MLB front offices plan for the future. Audio credits to Xave Ruth, Fox Sports South and MLB TV.…
 
Jeff and Stephen are joined in studio by Ken Dryden, author, Hall of Fame goaltender, former Toronto Maple Leafs president and past politician. They investigate ways to address concussions in hockey and opine on what the NHL and NHLPA can do to mitigate the problem for their players. Audio credit: CBC, HBO, NBC, ESPN and ABC. The views and opin ...…
 
The 2026 World Cup is coming to North America, but what will it mean for Canadian soccer? Jeff and Stephen chat with former U.S. men's goalkeeper and current FOX soccer analyst Tony Meola about the impact the 1994 World Cup had on the game and the top players in the United States, and whether Canada's squad will be more prepared to compete on h ...…
 
Jeff and Stephen explore hooliganism ahead of the World Cup and retrace the origins of fan violence in soccer. Sam Borden of ESPN travelled to Russia for his magazine story on a new school of hooligan culture that sometimes doesn't involve soccer, but might involve an architect or a graphic designer. Sam joins The Lede from Russia to discuss th ...…
 
LeBron James and Jim Brown have a city in common. And like Brown in the 1960s, LeBron is politically active. Both are also iconic figures in African-American sports and cultural history. But that's where the similarities end. Dave Zirin, sports editor of The Nation and writer of The Edge of Sports, discusses his new book "Jim Brown: Last Man St ...…
 
Each week, Jeff Blair and Stephen Brunt tackle the most impactful stories in the world of sports and their intersection with popular culture. Jeff and Stephen lean on their expansive Rolodexes and a combined 70 or so years covering the biggest events and most interesting names in the games we all love to entertain, engage and educate listeners.…
 
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