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Join noted author & pundit Molly Jong-Fast for irreverent humor that cuts right to the heart of our politics today as she discusses the top political headlines with some of today’s best minds. Known for being one of the few interviewers in politics to cut through the talking points, Molly reveals the personalities and issues tearing the country apart. She asks the questions no one else does, and gets the answers even her guests didn’t expect to give – and exactly what you want to know. Tune ...
 
MMWHP Productions LLC, through our flagship show, Marvelous Mondays with Harry & Phil, and future offerings, shall inspire, invigorate and infuse our listeners with the powerful energy of good news, good thoughts and good people. Every week, we will provide our audience with only positive news, engaging stories and uplifting information. We encourage our audience to join us on air and share their own positive thoughts, stories and experiences. It is our intention that everyone who listens to ...
 
Sometimes the clearest way to see yourself is through a foreigner's eyes. Named after everyone's favorite Chinese-Irish deep-fried drunk snack, Spice Bags is a podcast about food in Ireland and beyond. Multi-cultural hosts Blanca, Mei and Dee--a Spanish food researcher, a Chinese American writer, and an Irish writer and editor--ask questions like: How did one enterprising Indian expat create a market for Indian cuisine in Dublin? Why are so many Irish cheeses made by women? Why is Irish tea ...
 
Join Chris Byrne, The Toy Guy® and Richard Gottlieb, president Global Toy Experts on their new podcast Two industry experts will tackle the topics of the toys, culture, toy history and talk with some of the leading people in the business of toys and children’s entertainment. Designed for anyone interested in toys, play and great stories, each weekly episode will feature engaging, entertaining conversation, useful information, insights, tales of the toys that we’ll never forget and so much mo ...
 
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Smart & Wild hosted by LJ Stead and Kam Study. We talk everything from smart to wild topics but all things hot topics! Join us and send in your questions! Presented by @PurpleBanter_. Find the hosts: @ljstead and @kingkam_1
 
The Last Bohemians is an award-winning, critically acclaimed, independent podcast series that meets maverick and radical women in arts and culture and takes listeners on a vivid, hallucinatory trip through their extraordinary lives. From subversive musicians and style icons to game-changing artists, these are women who have lived life on the edge and who still refuse to play by the rules. The series was created in 2019 by host and journalist Kate Hutchinson and is produced by a team of risin ...
 
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StanaTalkRadio [STR] was created to promote and support our favorite actress Stana Katic. STR's everything [professionally speaking] about actress/director/producer Stana Katic ~ the 2016 and 2015 People’s Choice Awards winner for “Favorite Crime Drama TV Actress” and also the 2014 winner for “Dramatic TV Actress” by portraying Captain [Detective] Kate Beckett in ABC's 'Castle'. Stana is currently filming her new television series “Absentia” by Sony Pictures Television Network’s AXN for a 20 ...
 
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We talk to American-born editor, writer, and publisher, Kristin Jensen, who has had quite the year. Founder of Blasta Books and Nine Bean Rows Books, as well as the long-form magazine Scoop magazine (helmed by our own Dee Laffan), Kristin has been shaking things up on the Irish food scene. Her first endeavour, Tacos, written by our friend and guest…
 
The Atlantic’s Ronald Brownstein gives us an overview of how the 218th Congress will play out. NBC political analyst Susan Del Percio talks about the Republican Party’s descent into chaos. And The Washington Post’s Danielle Allen previews her year-long project reporting on how we can repair our broken democracy. See omnystudio.com/listener for priv…
 
Sen. Tammy Baldwin tells us the next steps to we need to take to expand health care in America. The Daily Beast’s Sam Brodey talks about the recent Congressional committee assignments and the chaos they are bound to unleash. Plus Michael Weiss of Yahoo News fills us in on the implications of Biden sending tanks to Ukraine. See omnystudio.com/listen…
 
Former Senator Al Franken tells us about the message the GOP should have received from the last election—a message which they are continuing to ignore. Senator Chris Murphy (CT) recounts the truly unexpected discoveries he made at the U.S.-Mexico border. And Washington Post White House economics reporter Jeff Stein tells us about the less frequentl…
 
Rep. Ruben Gallego stops by to talk to us about his Senate run against Kyrsten Sinema and what it’s like to have the office next to Rep. George Santos. Balls & Strikes editor Jay Willis details the dystopian lawsuit against Beto O’Rourke that could give millionaires even more power over our politics. And Jared Holt of Posting Through It recaps Trum…
 
Former DOJ prosecutor Andrew Weissmann gets us up to speed on Trump’s many legal jeopardies. Vanity Fair’s Bess Levin describes the lunatics and cowards Kevin McCarthy has to manage in Congress. And Teddy Schleifer of Puck News talks to us about his odd experience hanging out recently with FTX’s Sam Bankman-Fried. See omnystudio.com/listener for pr…
 
MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell contrasts brinkmanship in Congress in previous decades with today’s unhinged brawling. Michael S. Schmidt of The New York Times talks to us about his new revelations concwrning Trump Chief of Staff John Kelly’s regrets about his time working for the former president. And Politico’s Rachel Bade talks to us about the tickin…
 
Welcoming Lunar New Year the K-Way with Gunmoo Kim & Soonie Delap South Korea is a country that is a pioneer of pop music, cinema, television, fashion, and cuisine. In this episode, we talk to Gunmoo Kim and Soonie Delap as they reminisce about the Korean Lunar New Year. Our guests are from different generations and backgrounds. Gunmoo came to Irel…
 
Congressman Eric Swalwell talks to us about the horrible precedent Kevin McCarthy has set by denying Democrats committee assignments in the 218th Congress. The Nation’s Jeet Heer tells us about the implications of escalating political violence in America. And Alex Theodoridis of the University of Massachusetts spells out how the GOP is doing the ex…
 
On Episode 204 of the Spybrary Spy Book Podcast, we chat with the author of the best spy book I read last year, Big Bear Little Bear, David Brierley. We are also joined by the publisher, thriller critic, and author Mike Ripley as we dig into David's work and, in particular, how he researches locations for his spy novels. Join the Spybrary Community…
 
Former congressman Max Rose tells us about the hidden cracks he’s already seeing in Kevin McCarthy’s majority in congress. The Daily Beast’s Zachary Petrizzo talks to us about the contestants vying to be Trump's 2024 VP pick. Erin Murphy & Megan Hondl tell us the surprising strategy used to turn Minnesota’s state Senate blue. See omnystudio.com/lis…
 
Chris was back in Hong Kong for the 49th annual Toys & Games Fair… for the first time since 2020. Listen to what’s going on at the Fair—and hear the folks who are making the most of this transitional edition. The Playground is sponsored by Global Toy Experts, The Toy Guy, Beacon Media Group and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council. --- Support t…
 
Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank stops by to talk through the crazy new precedents Republicans have already set in the 118th congress. New York Times contributor Justin Wolfers gives us an easy-to-understand explanation of how our economy is getting back to normal and why you shouldn’t fear a recession. And Puck News senior political correspo…
 
George Conway stops by to talk about the new lows Republicans have hit since taking over Congress. Former congressman Mondaire Jones talks to us about his hilarious encounter with Congress’s biggest liar, Representative George Santos, or whatever his real name is. And Semafor's Dave Weigel describes the nightmare Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy…
 
The Lincoln Project’s Rick Wilson drops by to give us a glimpse of the hell-world Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy is about to enter. Cerise Castle tell us about her podcast A Tradition Of Violence, which documents the sheriff’s gangs of Los Angeles County. And Blake Zeff stops by to tell us about his new documentary, Loan Wolves, which shows th…
 
Today’s guest is writer Adam Brookes. Adam spent over a decade working for the BBC, appearing on television and radio while crisscrossing the globe and spending extended amount of time in both China and the US. He’s also written for publications such Foreign Policy and The Economist. His first espionage novel, Night Heron, was released in 2014 and …
 
Richard and Chris talk to Christian Ulrich from Spielwarenmesse about the upcoming Nuremberg Show. What’s new, what to expect, and the general excitement of gathering once again at the world’s largest Toy Fair. The Playground Podcast is supported by Global Toy Experts, The Toy Guy, Beacon Media Group, and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council. --…
 
NBC News’s Jon Allen talks us through Kevin McCarthy's many, many failed attempts to become Speaker of the House. Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Stacy Schiff speaks to us about her latest biography, Samuel Adams: The Revolutionary. And historian Barbara F. Walter explains to us how we can avoid another civil war in America. See omnystudio.com/liste…
 
Legendary strategist James Carville stops by to talk all about of the fuckery that unfolded over the holidays. Then Kevin Kruse & Julian Zelizer talk about their new book, Myth America: Historians Take On the Biggest Legends and Lies About Our Past. And author Kathleen Belew informs us about extremist movements in America and the threats they pose …
 
Richard and Chris talk with John Baulch from Toy World UK and James Zahn from The Toy Book for our 4th Annual year-end conversation. From inventory levels to new challenges, to the potential for the revitalized Toys "R" Us, to, of course, the issue of Toy Fairs, the panel looks back at 2022 and ahead to 2023 and beyond. The Playground Podcast is su…
 
In our Spice Bags Christmas Special Episode, we celebrate with Marcus O’Laoire, DJ, chef and owner of D8 pubs Anti-Social and Jackie’s, and Chris Mellon of Blackberry Café and creator of Dublin Social. Marcus and Chris are also the co-hosts of the award-winning HeadStuff podcast That’s Bangin’, which makes them friends, colleagues, and occasional r…
 
It is that time of year once again when book critics and reviewers are asked what are the best spy books of the year. Spybrary is a ‘by spy fans for spy fans' production so it is in that spirit that we asked our own Spybrary Podcast listeners and community members to reveal what were their best spy books of 2022 with a twist. We asked our spy book …
 
David Wallace of the New York Times talks to us about the latest scientific insights into COVID and climate change. Forever Wars author Spencer Ackerman looks back at two years of Biden foreign policy and tells us what sets Biden’s team apart from past administrations. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In this Christmas episode of Spy Rewind, Matthew and Jeff take a look at the episode "The Night of Whirring Death" of the 60’s tv show The Wild Wild West. They discuss how WWW is the old west’s James Bond, the great Michael Dunn as one of the best villains - Professor Loveless, and Richard Kiel before Jaws! Plus, spy Christmas traditions! All that …
 
Countdown’s Keith Olbermann talks to us about what he saw with the final 1/6 Commitee hearing. Survival of the Richest author Douglas Rushkoff tries to make sense of the implosion of FTX and Elon Musk’s erratic behavior. The Daily Beast’s Matt Fuller tells us about the insane struggle for power happening in the Republican leadership. See omnystudio…
 
NPR’s Roben Farzad talks to us about the latest economic news and the hidden economic indicators he’s seeing. Nick Bilton, author of Hatching Twitter, gives us insight into the chaos at Twitter. And crypto researcher Molly White tells us what she’s seeing with the government’s newfound interest in crypto oversight. See omnystudio.com/listener for p…
 
The James Bond Book Club is back! This is the series where we discuss each Ian Fleming James Bond novel as if we are in the year of publication. Today it's the turn of Quarrel, Strangeways, HoneyChile Rider, and a fiend called Dr No! What is the Spybrary James Bond Book Club exactly and what makes it different from other 007 book clubs? On the Jame…
 
United States Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo talks to us about the Biden administration’s actions to strengthen the economy. Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal tells us how the Progressive Caucus and President Biden have productively collaborated. And Ian Dunt, host of Oh God What Now, talks us about the United Kingdom’s current government turmoil.…
 
Shamzuri (Sham) Hanifa, is a beloved denizen of the Irish food scene. Based in Leitrim, he is the award-winning chef and owner of the Cottage Restaurant, Buffalo Boy, and Chef Sham Sauces. His new restaurant, My Kitchen, will also feature cooking classes. Vikkineshwaran (Vik) Siva Subramaniam is a medical doctor and surgeon whose South Indian fathe…
 
Representative Ruben Gallego tells us all about how Senator Sinema has failed Arizona. Representative Gallego throws the maximum amount of shade allowed by congressional regulations. And Representative Maxwell Frost talks to us about his unlikely road to being the first Gen Z congressman. TPM’s Hunter Walker has pored over 2,000 of Mark Meadows’s t…
 
Richard and Chris talk to Josh Loerzel of Sky Castle Toys about his career and his ongoing success in using social media to create hits. From his early days at Zing where he made a monster hit out of Stikbot, Josh talks about how he did it and the three important elements of building a social media strategy. Moreover, how has social media changed t…
 
The Nation’s Elie Mystal talks to us about the Supreme Court’s ruling on Moore v. Harper and how horrific it could be for our democracy. Comedic duo The Good Liars speak with us about all the wacky things they encounter at MAGA rallies. And Nilay Patel, the editor of The Verge, talks us through Elon Musk & Bari Weiss’s pathetic attempts to make a c…
 
Our Man in Alabama Matthew Kresal gives us the lowdown on the 2005 video game of From Russia With Love starring Sean Connery in this Spybrary Brush Pass. 'The game was the last James Bond video game released by Electronic Arts before they lost the rights to Activision in 2006, as well as Sean Connery's last role before retirement and death.' James …
 
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (RI) stops by to talk to us about his new bill that attempts to prevent the gas companies from gouging consumers. Bloomberg Opinion’s Tim O’Brien fills us in on the likely consequences of the Trump Organization being convicted of tax fraud. And The Nation’s Jeet Heer talks to us about Herschel Walker’s defeat in the Georg…
 
Richard and Chris talk with Jim and Donna Pressman about their new book, A Century of American Toys & Games: The Story of Pressman. They talk about the company's colorful history over the past century. It was a labor of love, and it's an important book for anyone who loves toys...the process all started with an elephant. After you listen, you'll wa…
 
Doug Balloon, who runs the hilarious Twitter parody account New York Times Pitchbot, stops by to tell us how much fun he is having harpooning the terrible hot takes of major political journalists. Nancy Northup, President of The Center For Reproductive Rights, talks to us about how the outcome of the midterms was determined by reproductive rights i…
 
Smiley is suspicious Percy! Today we kick off the John le Carre movie club series on the Spybrary Podcast. Once a month, our panel will take a deep dive into a John le Carre movie. To start the series, a full debriefing of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy with Jeff Quest of the Le Carre Cast, Double O Section's Matthew Bradford and Spybrary commentator Ma…
 
The Lincoln Project’s Rick Wilson drops by to talk to us about Trump wanting to throw out the Constitution. Heated’s Emily Atkin tells us about corruption in the climate change advocacy world. Dennis Baron, author of You Can’t Always Say What You Want, talks to us about what Elon Musk actually means when he says he’s a “free speech absolutist.” See…
 
Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, stops by to talk about the real motives behind the GOP attacks on our public schools and teachers. Congressman Ritchie Torres tells us about his hopes for the new Democratic Party leadership in the House. And the Daily Beast’s congressional reporter Sam Brodey gives us the inside s…
 
Cake is more decadent than brioche or stollen, in that it is leavened with eggs, enriched with butter, and sweetened with sugar. To quote Nicola Humble, author of Cakes, A Global History: “Cakes are very strange things, producing a range of emotional responses far out of keeping with their culinary significance.” The idea of cake opens many questio…
 
The Bulwark’s Sarah Longwell talks to us about the tangled web Republicans find themselves in after Trump dined with unabashed anti-semites. Inside Elections Jacob Rubashkin tells us about the Senate runoff election in Georgia. The Washington Post’s Yvonne Wingett Sanchez tells us all about the fuckery going on with counting ballots in Arizona. See…
 
Legendary Democratic strategist James Carville stops by to preview the lame-duck session of Congress. Ross Morales-Rocketto, co-founder of Run For Something, tells us about the results of the down-ballot midterm races and the interesting things he saw in campaigns for local offices. Dr. Marc Loustau, an expert on Eastern European religion and polit…
 
This week we welcome the former Home Secretary and best-selling author Alan Johnson to the Spybrary Podcast. In this informative and fun chat, Spybrary host Shane Whaley asks Alan Johnson how his background as Home Secretary helped him to write his fiction books Late Train to Gipsy Hill and One of Our Ministers is Missing. The Director General of M…
 
Michael Fanone, a January 6th insurrection survivor and the author of Hold the Line: The Insurrection and One Cop's Battle for America's Soul, tells us his thoughts on the aftermath of January 6th. Douglas Rushkoff, author of Survival of the Richest and also our favorite tech explainer, gives us an incredibly insightful analysis of Elon Musk’s Twit…
 
Congressman Ro Khanna stops by to talk what the Democrats can do in the lame-duck session of congress. The Bulwark’s Tim Miller talks to us about the Colorado Springs shooting and his recent encounter with Steve Bannon. The Guardian’s Hugo Lowell runs us through Trump’s innumerable legal woes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
This week we welcome Benjamin Cunningham to the show. Cunningham wrote the recently released book The Liar: How a Double Agent in the CIA Became the Cold War's Last Honest Man a book that the publisher calls “the Cold War meets Mad Men in the form of Karel Koecher, a double agent whose shifting loyalties and over-the-top hedonism reverberated from …
 
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