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CINE ENTERTAINMENT TALK ist der zweiwöchentlich erscheinende Podcast des Entertainment Blog rund um das Thema Film und Fernsehen mit Schwerpunkt auf Action- und Genre-Produktionen von den 80ern bis heute. Seit 2015 haben wir eine Vielzahl an Episoden mit meist über zwei Stunden Laufzeit sowie zahlreiche weitere Specials produziert. Thematisch ist (fast) nichts vor uns sicher. Bis dato haben wir u.a. Tribute an Meisterregisseure wie Wes Craven, Richard Donner und George A. Romero oder die Vit ...
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Sports Broadcaster & Announcer for PGA Tour Radio, Kevin Sylvester, joins Bob and John for some golf talk ahead of the US Open to preview the field and set expectations for the weekend. From how the course will impact the field to who is primed for a breakout tournament, Kevin breaks down what he thinks could and will happen this weekend as Bob, Jo…
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Paul Jones joins Bob and John for some hoops talk. The three begin by sharing their reactions to the Boston Celtics' convincing 4-1 series win over the Dallas Mavericks to take home the franchise's 18th NBA Championship. Next, they delve into the Toronto Raptors' offseason, discussing the team's goals and expectations for the upcoming season, inclu…
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Baseball is on the agenda today as Bob and John welcome Dave Hodge and Gregor Chisholm onto the show. At the age of 93, one of baseball’s legends has passed away. Bob, John, Dave, and Gregor start today's show by remembering the Hall of Famer in a tribute to one of the game's greatest to ever do it. After the break, it’s all Blue Jays. The four dis…
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Ted Leonsis, CEO of Monumental Sports & Entertainment, owner of the Washington Capitals, Wizards, Mystics, and more, is now a guest on the Bob McCown Podcast. A tech guru turned sports owner, not many have shared the same success Ted has had in the business. Always at the forefront of innovation, he shares his approach to running multiple franchise…
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It’s Deitsch Monday as Richard joins Bob and John to react to a “weird” weekend of sports. With both the NBA Finals and the Stanley Cup Final taking a backseat to Pinehurst and the US Open, the three start their conversation with some golf talk. A self-proclaimed “casual” golf fan, Richard weighs in on Rory McIlroy’s collapse, leaving room for a Br…
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Florian, Kevin und unser lieber Stammgast Karl Martin Pold machen sich als Rausschmeisser auf den Weg um gemeinsam mit Patrick Swayze und Jake Gyllenhaal das „Double Deuce“ von Pöblern, Grabschern und Zechprellern zu befreien. Dabei müssen sie sich nicht nur mit knallharten Kerlen prügeln, sondern auch vollbusige Blondinen vom Leib halten.Zuerst la…
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It’s not too often that Bob looks forward to having a “Hockey Puck” on the show… but it’s not too often that Bruce Boudreau shows up either. The former coach joins Bob and John to end the week of podcasting with some hockey talk. With Florida leading the Oilers 3-0 in the series, the three touch on the Stanley Cup Final before they get into the thi…
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Doug Smith joins Bob and John today as the three react to Game 3 of the NBA Finals between the Dallas Mavericks and the Boston Celtics. From the mouth of Mr. Smith himself, this series couldn’t be done fast enough. From the lack of depth on the Mavericks' roster to the detrimental behavior coming from the team's star, Luka Doncic, the argument has …
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Despite the loss in game one, you could argue that the Edmonton Oilers looked like the better hockey team. But after two games? It’s a different story. Having been outshot, outmuscled, and outscored by the Florida Panthers last night, the Oilers are heading back to Edmonton down 2 games in the Stanley Cup Final. If you ask their head coach Kris Kno…
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It’s Monday, meaning unless a bigger name says yes, Richard Deitsch joins Bob and John to recap a weekend of sports. With both the NBA Finals and the Stanley Cup Final underway, the three don’t have to think too hard about what to talk about. Bob, John, and Richard start with the NBA Finals. The Mavericks aren't looking good when heading back to Da…
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What else needs to be said that isn’t in the title? Scott Burnside & Eric Duhatschek check into the podcast a day before the Edmonton Oilers play the Panthers in Florida for Game One of The Stanley Cup Final to break down all the things hockey fans have been overthinking after nearly a week of no hockey.…
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Brian Lawton returns to the show today for some hockey talk with Bob and John as we approach Game 1 of the Final between the Edmonton Oilers and the Florida Panthers. Being at the forefront of the NHL’s integration of analytics into everyday hockey operations, and having a Stanley Cup preview scheduled for the end of the week, the three take a diff…
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Finally! The NBA Finals tip off tomorrow with the Dallas Mavericks in Boston to play the Celtics. Bob Ryan joins us today for a Finals preview, focusing primarily on the Celtics and why it is their series to lose as they search for their first title since 2008, and their 18th in league history.
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You can only “preview” a championship series for so long before you run out of things to actually preview… And that’s where Bob, John, and Richard find themselves today as Deitsch joins the show on a Tuesday. After briefly sharing their thoughts on the matchup between the Oilers & Panthers in this year’s Stanley Cup final, set to begin on Saturday,…
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Robert MacIntyre held on to win the RBC Canadian Open on Sunday for his first PGA Tour title. Bob and John have former Tour member and one of the podcast’s resident golf experts, Ian Leggatt, on the show to talk about it. The three break down the play seen in Hamilton over the weekend and discuss the relevance of the Canadian Open, which consistent…
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In Folge 193 des CINE EINTERTAINMENT TALK heißt es für Christoph, Florian und Sam „Ab nach England!“, um einen genauen Blick auf die wütenden Infizierten aus dem Horror-Doppelpack 28 DAYS LATER / 28 WEEKS LATER zu werfen, die kräftig beim Start der zweiten goldenen Zombie-Ära mitgeholfen haben. Dabei plaudern die Jungs über den Einfluss von Danny B…
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After 38 seasons as a coach in the NHL, Rick Bowness has retired from the game of hockey… or at least from coaching the game of hockey. With his future in the game, Rick’s future is undecided. As he joins the show to end the week of podcasting today, the three take a look back on his career, figure out what went wrong with the Winnipeg Jets in the …
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Announced just a few days ago by the Columbus Blue Jackets, longtime NHL executive Don Waddell has agreed to a multi-year contract to serve as the club’s president of hockey operations, general manager, and alternate governor. Bob and John speak with Don today and learn about his expectations and those set upon him with his new hockey team. As the …
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Jon Paul Morosi joins the show today to talk about the Blue Jays with Bob and John. From the team's management to their players' performance, J.P., Bob, and John assess the job that this organization has done over the last five years and try to see where they went wrong. With a depleted farm system and a tendency to draft poorly, the Toronto Blue J…
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Bill Walton, a National Basketball Association Hall of Famer and one of the sport's biggest broadcasters, has died at age 71. Richard Deitsch joins the show today as the three reflect on Walton’s career in both basketball and broadcasting. Given Bill’s involvement in social justice issues, Bob, John, and Richard spend some time discussing the socia…
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It’s the beginning of the week, and McCown and Shannon are joined by Arash Madani for some general sports talk. John Shannon said it best - Arash is the type of guy who can hit any curveball you throw at him, and he puts it on full display today. The three bounce from conversation to conversation, starting with the upcoming Summer Olympics and the …
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When there's lots to talk about, who better to do it with than Richard Deitsch? Bob, John, and Richard bounce from topic to topic on today’s episode, starting with the WNBA. Having not spoken with Richard since the news of a new WNBA franchise making its way to Toronto in 2026, Bob and John get his opinion on what it means for the city and the spor…
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The Toronto Blue Jays actually won a series! Albeit, it was against the Chicago White Sox, but a win is a win! The team was hitting, the Home Run Jacket is back, and all is well in Toronto, right? If we have learned anything about this team, the answer is a resounding no. Rob Longley joins the show today to pick apart this baseball team as Bob, Joh…
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Dr. Amy Mathews-Perez is the Director of Special Programs in a public school in Texas. She coordinates multiple programs: Special Education, 504, Homeless, MTSS, and Dyslexia as a part of BETTER. The post Episode #161: Being a Part of Better with Dr. Amy Mathews-Perez first appeared on Rethinking Learning.…
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The Florida Panthers are in New York tonight to play the Rangers in game one of the Stanley Cup Playoffs' Eastern Conference Final. The Oilers play the Stars in Dallas tomorrow. Kevin Weekes joins the show today before it all goes down to give us his opinion on what kind of hockey we’ll be seeing from both matchups as we prepare for the Stanley Cup…
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Seeing a Canadian Golfer win anything used to be rare… now not so much. 6 Canadians have taken home a trophy on the PGA Tour over the last three years and they don’t look to be slowing down. After winning the Byron Nelson 3 weeks ago, Taylor Pendrith became the latest to end a weekend on top of the leader board and he joins Bob and John today to ta…
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The Daves are back! Dave Hodge and Dave Perkins join the show for some Jays talk today with Bob and John. But first, before the four raise their blood pressure levels talking about the Toronto Blue Jays, there is a new coach behind the bench for the Maple Leafs, and his name is Craig Berube. The Daves, along with Bob and John, spend the first five …
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Passend zum 25. jährigen Jubiläum von STAR WARS – EPISODE I reisen wir wieder in eine weit weit entfernte Galaxis, um diesmal über die polarisierende Prequel-Trilogie der STAR WARS Saga zu plaudern.Hierzu haben sich Florian und Tobi erneut eine tatkräftige und höchst kompetente Crew zusammengetrommelt. So sitzen neben den beiden CET-Brüdern wieder …
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Is it time for the Toronto Blue Jays to blow things up and start all over again? We aren’t at the often talked about 60 game mark but Warren Sawkiw seems to think so. The three take a look at the struggling Toronto Blue Jays and, while they can’t fix the team’s problems themselves, Warren, Bob and John try to see a path where this Blue Jays team co…
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Jennifer Womble has been nationally recognized for over 30 years of leadership, for 15 years as conference chair of FETC, and for creating high-quality professional development in education technology. The post Episode #160: Shaping the Future of Education Technology and Leadership with Jennifer Womble first appeared on Rethinking Learning.…
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Scott Burnside & Mike Harrington join Bob and Job on today’s show for some hockey talk as the series in the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs approach completion. The foursome go over some of the most recent developments regarding coaching changes and openings around the league after a familiar face in Lindy Ruff was announced to be their He…
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The Toronto Raptors can’t seem to catch a break these days. After falling below the 6th spot in the NBA Draft, subsequently losing their lottery pick to the San Antonio Spurs in the process, the Raptors find themselves in a tough spot. Paul Jones, Bob, and John spend the first half of the show trying to figure out what the Raptors should do next an…
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No one could have had a better view of Sam Bennett’s hit on Brad Marchand in game three of the Bruins' matchup against the Florida Panthers than Darren Pang, who joins the show today to talk about what he saw and to share his thoughts on everything else going down in round two of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The three also have a conversation about th…
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Another Monday, another visit from Richard Deitsch. Bob and John react, with Richard, to the news of a WNBA team coming to Toronto in 2026. With popularity in women’s basketball at an all-time high, the three take a look into what adding a professional team means for the city and the continued growth of women’s sports. After the break, Bob, Richard…
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It’s been six days since the Toronto Maple Leafs lost yet again in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and just one day since Maple Leafs Management decided to let go of Head Coach Sheldon Keefe. Steve Simmons was at their Press Conference today where he saw Brendan Shanahan, Brad Treliving, and Keith Pelley all address the media and assur…
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After 5 seasons as the Head Coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Sheldon Keefe has been relieved from his duties. Joe Micheletti comes on the show to talk about it with Bob and John as the voice of the New York Rangers shares his opinion on the firing, gives us his perspective on the this Toronto Maple Leafs team as an outsider looking in and fills us…
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Finding ourselves in a similar situation to many years before, the Toronto Maple Leafs cleaned out their lockers yesterday and Mike Zeisberger returns to the show to break it down with Bob and John. The three break down some of the answers and acknowledgements from the players and coaching staff in yesterdays interviews but the same question still …
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Building off their conversation from Friday’s episode with Adnan Virk: Richard Deitsch, Bob, and John start the week reacting to a disappointing outcome in Boston for the Maple Leafs and the bleak showing of baseball seen from the Blue Jays over the weekend. The Toronto Blue Jays aren’t good, and it’s obvious. The three spend the first half of the …
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In einem weiteren CINE ENTERTAINMENT TALK Special über die geliebten Videothekenzeit schauen Florian und Khalil diesmal hinter die Kulissen der damaligen Filmtempel. Freut euch bei der gemeinsamen Zeitreise auf Meinungen, Hintergründe und persönliche Geschichten zu den legendären Filmhäusern.---------------------------------------------------------…
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With a few of the 1st Round Matchups already decided and a few more on the edge of completion, Mike Futa joins Bob and John today to talk about them. The three focus on the series that have ended already and some of the teams who are waiting patiently for their second-round matchup to be revealed for the first bit of the show before dedicating the …
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The Boston Globe’s Bob Ryan joins the show today for some hoops talk as the trio shares their opinions on what they have seen so far in the first round of the NBA playoffs, focusing on the Boston Celtics, but making sure to cover all of the action and storylines that have emerged already in the post season.…
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Already, a few NHL coaches have lost their jobs, so who better to bring on today’s show than a man who knows what it’s like to get “relieved of his duties”? Doug MacLean joins Bob and John today to discuss potential hires for the new vacancies behind the benches of various teams around the league, look into the dumpster fire that is the Toronto Map…
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Cara founded Big World of Little Dude, an educational platform that focuses on teaching social and emotional skills to children aged 3-6 through a comprehensive "humanKIND Curriculum." The post Episode #159: Nurturing Social-Emotional Learning for a Brighter Future with Cara Zelas first appeared on Rethinking Learning.…
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It’s Deitsch Monday with Richard Deitsch joining the show to start the week with Bob and John. A conversation about the Toronto Blue Jays’ series against the LA Dodgers quickly gets taken over by the disappointing performance from the Maple Leafs in game 4 of their first-round matchup against the Boston Bruins today, and it stays there. Bob, John, …
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President of the Toronto Blue Jays, Mark Shapiro, is on the show today to end the week with some insight into the Jays and their plans for the season. Bob and John don’t give much time to get comfortable as the two question Mark on the performances of both Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Alek Manoah. Bob and John try to get a sense of where the organizat…
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At the age of 90, and after a broadcasting career that spanned more than half a century, Bob Cole, the legendary play-by-play caller, passed away Wednesday night in St. John’s, Newfoundland. On today’s bonus episode of the podcast, Bob and John welcome John Davidson, and then Mark Askin, two men who have worked closely with Cole, to share memories …
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Some more hockey talk today as Ken Hitchcock joins the show to give Bob and Job a coaches perspective on the Stanley Cup Playoffs and his philosophy on what makes a good hockey team in the post season. After the break, the three focus on the hockey that’s being played right now as Bob and John pick Ken’s brain on why the Vegas Golden Knights look s…
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