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Best Jonathan Sanders podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Jonathan Sanders podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Southern Stars invites a different country artist, songwriter, or industry professional on each episode. Host, Samantha Sheehy, and her guests discuss the importance of storytelling in music, the inspiration behind their songs, and current issues and trends within the country genre.
 
Stop settling for boring fantasy football podcast that lack passion and excitement! Clock Dodgers bring you expert NFL Fantasy Football analysis and entertainment through games, rankings and debates. The perfect balance of analytics and film combined with in-depth guest interviews. Clock Dodgers is the only fantasy football podcast you need in your playbook!
 
The EFCA Theology Podcast encourages pastors and church leaders to stay passionate about the gospel and faithful to the Scriptures. Episodes help listeners understand, share and live out our most important beliefs. You can look forward to new episodes from a number of different categories, including: - Past and upcoming EFCA Theology Conferences - Past and upcoming EFCA One Conferences - Audiobook chapters of Evangelical Convictions - New content created specifically for the podcast Email us ...
 
If you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention. The state of affairs in our country has made us all Angry Americans. But it’s righteous, justifiable, vigilant anger. An anger that drives positive change. The anger that started the American Revolution and drove the Civil Rights movement. In times of national distress, it’s our anger that can unite and inspire us all. Your host is Paul Rieckhoff. He’s a fighter, a patriot, and an independent political and media force to be reckoned with. Aft ...
 
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Neal, Josh and Adam are joined by fantasy analyst Chris Allen of 4for4, DLF and Numberfire. We talked to Chris about the enormous amount of content he contributes to each site, the Scott Fish Bowl, homebrewing and all the latest in fantasy football! Whether you're playing redraft, dynasty, daily fantasy (DFS), Best Ball or you just want to avoid th…
 
“I grew up in this country,” says Gurminder K Bhambra, a professor at the University of Sussex’s School of Global Studies, “and [yet] I always thought I was an immigrant. School told me I was an immigrant; the media told me I was immigrant; everything around me was that I was immigrant. When the Brexit debates were happening, I was talking to my da…
 
Singer-songwriter Neil Young talks about reuniting with his longtime band Crazy Horse, and explains how their lifelong bond inspires his creative process and artistic voice. Brooke Lynn Hytes, the Canadian breakout star of RuPaul's Drag Race and the judge of Canada's Drag Race, discusses the importance of having a drag competition show in Canada. P…
 
Poet Elizabeth Alexander, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation president who spoke at President Barack Obama’s first inauguration, discusses the importance of the arts to society and has advice for those who have lost loved ones during the covid-19 pandemic. See more from Jonathan Capehart Read more from Washington Post Opinions…
 
Ever wonder what it would be like to take hundreds of photos of yourself for a giant coffee table book... wearing only a bikini? Comedian Nicole Byer has. And did, for her new book: #VeryFat #VeryBrave: The Fat Girl's Guide to Being #Brave and Not a Dejected, Melancholy, Down-in-the-Dumps Weeping Fat Girl in a Bikini. Sam talks to the "Nailed It" N…
 
Emmy-nominated Mad Men writer Semi Chellas talks about making her feature directorial debut with American Woman, a film inspired by the Patty Hearst kidnapping story. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen recap the 2020 Juno Awards ceremony, which was live streamed on CBC Gem and CBC Music. Fashion designer Aurora Jame…
 
Musician Ziggy Marley remembers his father, Bob Marley, and opens up about how he's honouring his dad's legacy publicly and privately at the same time. On this week's screen panel, John Semley and Teri Hart dive into Eurovision and compare how Netflix's new Eurovision movie stacks up against the real-life singing competition. Emmy-winning screenwri…
 
How much has Big Tech changed since the 2016 election? Sam is joined by Washington Post tech reporters Elizabeth Dwoskin and Tony Romm. They chat about Facebook and Twitter and how their platforms and views on free speech have evolved since the last presidential election. Sam also chats with Washington Post columnist and satirist Alexandra Petri ab…
 
Former Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss tensions between Israel and Palestine. She warns that if Israel annexes Palestinian territory unilaterally, it's giving up hope for peace in the future and making a huge historical mistake. Palestinian human rights lawyer and former adviser to the PLO Diana Buttu weigh…
 
Charlotte Clymer (@CMClymer) is a fighter. [1:23:12] An Army veteran and one of the most influential trans activists in the world, she’s gone from from a trailer park in Texas, to Army Infantry Basic Training at Fort Benning, to advocating for transgender people worldwide. Charlotte fights for herself and for others. Tough, patriotic and sharp, she…
 
Pop icon Katy Perry discusses her new single Daisies, and opens up about writing inspiring hits like Firework and Roar while "in the worst place" of her life. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen unpack the fallout from J. Cole's new song Snow On Tha Bluff, and what it might say about the state of gender relations in …
 
Christine Todd Whitman, the former governor of New Jersey, digs into the climate crisis and the upcoming presidential election. Faiz Shakir, the former campaign manager for Bernie Sanders’ 2020 run, and Mark Mckinnon, former presidential adviser, analyse the progressive surge in Tuesday's primaries and what it will mean come November. Then our Walt…
 
Gospel singer, songwriter and producer Myron Butler shares with host Lin. Woods his Gospel story, how Kirk Franklin played a big part in his gospel life, his desire to keep the history of Gospel music alive through the youth and the story of how he gathered some of gospel’s best, from Kirk Franklin and Kelontae Gavin, to Kim Burrell and Dorinda Cla…
 
Music icon John Legend discusses his new album Bigger Love, how George Floyd's murder is spurring change, and how people can help. Artist and activist Syrus Marcus Ware and CBC Arts host Sean O'Neill unpack why we need Black and Indigenous leadership at Canada's top museums now more than ever. Ottawa rapper Tiagz talks about achieving massive succe…
 
William Cohen, the veteran Republican and former Defense Secretary, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss a potential second term for President Trump. He says this would could spell the end of democracy and pave the way for tyranny. Clifford Stott, social psychology professor at Keele University, discusses how to prevent protests turning violent. Fo…
 
Actress Tatiana Maslany talks about her new role in HBO's Perry Mason, her love of Ryan Heffington and her journey to becoming a better ally to marginalized communities. Fashion designer Sage Paul and fashion director Mosha Lundström Halbert unpack the reckoning that's starting to happen in the fashion industry, as people call for more racial diver…
 
Neal, Josh and Adam return to the Scott Fish Bowl again this upcoming season looking to dominate! Gang-Gang breakdown the leagues roster setup, new league scoring and the best strategies to attack one of the most exciting leagues in fantasy football! Whether you're playing redraft, dynasty, daily fantasy (DFS), Best Ball or you just want to avoid t…
 
Kristalina Georgieva, the head of the International Monetary Fund, joins Christiane Amanpour to assess the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. She reveals that the global recession will be worse, and the recovery potentially slower, than currently forecast. Reverend William Barber II, co-chair of the Poor People’s Campaign, highlights the…
 
Sgt. Maj. of the Army Michael A. Grinston, the highest ranking enlisted member of the U.S. Army, discusses his upbringing in Alabama and why he sometimes felt, being biracial, he was "not black enough for black people." See more from Jonathan Capehart: https://www.washingtonpost.com/people/jonathan-capehart/?utm_source=podcasts&utm_medium=referral&…
 
Actress Tracee Ellis Ross has been acting for years — from the early 2000s sitcom 'Girlfriends' to her Golden Globe winning role on ABC's 'Black-ish.' She talks to Sam about pushing back against Black stereotypes on and off-screen, pursuing success at any age, finding Black joy during a tumultuous time, and sharing her singing work in her latest fi…
 
Singer Ricky Martin reflects on his long career, his new "introspective" EP Pausa, and what it's been like writing music in quarantine. Artist Bisa Butler talks about her unique quilted portraits — life-sized pieces that celebrate the fabric of Black life and honour the accomplishments of Black Americans. Writer Jon Tattrie walks us through his "ep…
 
World War Z author Max Brooks discusses his new novel, Devolution — a timely tale about an eco-community under siege from Bigfoot-like creatures. On this week's screen panel, Kathleen Newman-Bremang and Teri Hart unpack how the Black Lives Matter protests are changing our appetite for film and TV. Author Kiley Reid talks about her debut bestselling…
 
Today is “Juneteenth” in the United States; a holiday that celebrates the emancipation of America’s slaves. Historians Carol Anderson and Eric Foner join Christiane Amanpour to unpack this historic day and the legacy of systemic racism that is still felt today. They explore the patterns of both progress and backlash for black Americans. Malcolm Gla…
 
Jim Sciutto, CNN’s security correspondent and author of "The Madman Theory: Trump Takes on the World," joins Christiane Amanpour to unpack former national security adviser John Bolton’s explosive new memoir detailing his time in the White House by Trump’s side. Sciutto digs into Bolton’s motives and questions why he did not protest more loudly abou…
 
What does it all mean when so much change happens at the same time? This week, the Supreme Court protected the rights of two marginalized groups — DACA recipients and LGBTQ workers — and protests against police brutality continued around the world. Sam chats about the Supreme Court with Slate's Mark Joseph Stern, then checks in with Tobore Oweh, a …
 
Marc Cuban, entrepreneur and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, joins the Meet the Press: College Roundtable to talk about race and economics with Ghael Fobes, rising junior at Syracuse University, Parker Jensen, a rising senior at The George Washington University, and Chan'cellore Makanjuola, a student at UC Berkley's graduate school of journalism.…
 
Artist Titus Kaphar shares the story behind his Time magazine cover, the symbolism of his cover painting and the current context in which he creates his art. On this week's q This music panel, A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen delve into the significance of Juneteenth and how Canadian artists are speaking up about racism in our music industry here a…
 
If you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention. And actor and activist Ron Perlman (@perlmutations) is understandably angry. [1:02:35] Ron is known and loved worldwide for his popular roles in Sons of Anarchy, Hellboy, Beauty and the Beast and more. But he’s never had an audience like the one that watched his fiery and personal Twitter fight with…
 
Journalist Guillermo Galdos takes us with her on her harrowing journey escaping from Latin America’s Covid-19 epicenter in Lima, Peru. Many have been left unemployed as a result of the pandemic and are being forced to leave the capital. Julio Frenk, president of University of Miami and former health minister of Mexico, explains the impact of corona…
 
President Trump has announced his intention to pull out 9,500 American troops from Germany. Kay Bailey Hutchison, the U.S. Ambassador to NATO, joins Christiane Amanpour to unpack this latest development in American policy. She reveals that this won’t be happening right away. Judge and President of the International Criminal Court Chile Eboe-Osuji d…
 
Neal, Josh and Adam are joined by Justin Edwards of PFF and 4for4. Fantasy Football was on the agenda but we can't promise the conversation stayed there. Actually...let's be honest...it didn't. Life is more than football and so is this podcast. Enjoy!Whether you're playing redraft, dynasty, daily fantasy (DFS), Best Ball or you just want to avoid t…
 
Comedian Mike Birbiglia opens up about his doubts about having a child — a subject that he tackles in his latest Netflix special and book, The New One: Painfully True Stories from a Reluctant Dad. Broadcaster, comedian and activist Sandi Toksvig talks about The Great British Bake Off, QI and Vox Tox — her new web series devoted to unsung female his…
 
Professional wrestler Chris Jericho discusses the new documentary series Dark Side of the Ring, which explores some of professional wrestling's most difficult moments, from drugs to murder. Mi'kmaw author and poet Rebecca Thomas shares her top book recommendations for National Indigenous History Month. Artist Michelangelo Lovelace talks about his n…
 
As anti-racist protests continue around the world, Valerie Amos, director of SOAS and soon to be the first black head of an Oxford college, talks to Christiane Amanpour about the UK Prime Minister’s new commission on race inequality and the urgent need to decolonize our curriculum. Since the death of George Floyd, we have been going through a cultu…
 
"We actually punish black people for being resilient," says Carol Anderson, the author of “White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide.” She lays out a persistent pattern of injustice for African Americans in U.S. history. See more from Jonathan Capehart: https://www.washingtonpost.com/people/jonathan-capehart/?utm_source=podcasts&utm_mediu…
 
James McBride is the National Award-winning author of The Good Lord Bird and the best-selling memoir, The Color of Water. His latest book is Deacon King Kong, which is set against the backdrop of 1960s Brooklyn and tells the story of how one man's decision upended an entire neighborhood. Sam talks to McBride about race, religion and community, the …
 
This is Not a Drake Podcast is a new series that uses seminal moments in Drake’s career to explore the history and evolution of hip-hop, R&B, and Black culture. It’s about the rapper who’s blurred genres and dominated the world stage, and the larger hip-hop movement that made him.The podcast dives deep into the evolution of gender dynamics in hip-h…
 
Singer-songwriter Yusuf/Cat Stevens reflects on his groundbreaking folk album, Tea for the Tillerman, 50 years after its release. This Is Not a Drake Podcast host Ty Harper talks about the much-anticipated CBC Podcasts series, which uses the milestones in Drake's career to explore the evolution of hip-hop, R&B, and Black culture. Jazz historian and…
 
In 2020 black Americans are worse off than white Americans by every metric. The demand for economic equality has been a rallying cry for the Black Lives Matter movement and a critical gaze is now turning to corporate America, where only four CEOs of Fortune 500 companies are black, all of whom are men. Christiane Amanpour speaks to two men who have…
 
Hip-hop duo Little Brother open up about their breakup, their reunion and what they remember about releasing their critically-acclaimed debut album, The Listening, back in 2003. On this week's screen panel, Kathleen Newman-Bremang and Teri Hart discuss what the recent cancellations of the reality TV shows Cops and Live PD say about the current mome…
 
The killing of George Floyd has inspired global protests against police brutality, and it seems like everyone has something to say, including the entertainment industry. Sam's joined by NPR television critic Eric Deggans and Tonya Mosley, co-host of NPR/WBUR's Here & Now and host of the KQED podcast Truth Be Told. They talk about the cancellation o…
 
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