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Tim Grierson and Will Leitch are lifelong best friends who have been writing and talking about the movies for 25 years. Grierson is vice president of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. Leitch is doing his absolutely best to pretend. Read their work everywhere. But listen to this show for the pure juice, straight on tap.
 
➤Ver Película ➤➤ [ https://bit.ly/3bSXWna ] ➤Ver Película ➤➤ [ https://bit.ly/3bSXWna ] 1 de agosto de 2019 / 2h 16min / Acción Dirigida por David Leitch Reparto Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Idris Elba Nacionalidad EE.UU.
 
Interviews, stories & discussion with anyone who has a pitch. Authors, entertainers, comedians, baseball folk & more. I post these first as video interviews at www.youtube.com/stweekly Go subscribe, like, comment & share over there. They are added here soon after. Stern, WWE, MLB, TV are just a few of the topics covered here. This podcast is interview based, with a heavy emphasis on storytelling and “how they got there” by our guests. The title is derived from both the baseball world, but al ...
 
An alt-brown look at medicine, money, faith, and family.This site's mission is to help educate others across the four domains that dominate my life: medicine, family, finance, and religion (no, not necessarily in that order).I'm a father of three young boys. I'm Muslim however their mother is Christian, so they are being raised in an inter-religious, multi-cultural environment.While we've chosen to raise them Muslim, Christmas may be the holiday the boys enjoy the most.As a pediatrician spec ...
 
HeroBlend is both CinemaBlend's oldest and newest podcast, originating as a video series launched back in January 2014 before becoming a Facebook Live broadcast in the fall of 2016. In this hour-long extension of the weekly show, hosts Eric Eisenberg, Adrienne Jones and Gabe Kovacs discuss the latest news and events in the world of comic book movies and television, relating the material back to its source, to past adaptations, and to what may lie ahead in the future!
 
Every story is a crossroads. A diverse company of Chicago artists produces new audio dramas—recorded live—and stages freewheeling audience conversations about them. Led by Founder and Executive Producer Jeremy McCarter, Make-Believe shares suspenseful, moving, hilarious stories, and tries to discover how they shape our world.
 
The Institute for Future Environments (IFE) is a transdisciplinary research and innovation institute at QUT that brings together researchers and students to collaborate on large-scale projects relating to our natural, built and digital environments. The IFE generates knowledge, technology and practices that make our world more sustainable, secure and resilient. Transcripts of IFE podcasts are available upon request.
 
In-House Legal covers a variety of issues pertinent to the general counsel and in-house legal departments of small, mid-size, and large companies. Host Randy Milch, former general counsel for Verizon, discusses the latest developments, trends, and best practices for this very busy and often complicated area of law. Hear from top legal minds, industry experts, and other special guests on topics like ethical duties, corporate governance, employment law, and management.
 
Home of TWO terrific podcasts: 1) PAINLESS PODCAST Connect with Interesting people, jobs and places to work in and around sports, events, start-ups and cause marketing world. Featuring Painless Networking (https://www.Painless.Network) members, hosted by Chris Hartweg. 2) THE FADEAWAY WITH DEON & ERIC Join former Illinois Fighting Illini basketball star Deon Thomas and Xfinity Game of the Week reporter Eric Schmidt for their podcast focusing on the Illini, hoops, and life. Painless on... Lin ...
 
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Hey, everybody, there are three movies this week ... and they're all bad! The good news is that we think we're pretty entertaining talking about how bad they are. First, from Hulu, the Lee Daniels biopic "The United States Vs. Billie Holliday." Then Joe and Anthony Russo reteam with Tom Holland for "Cherry." Then we close with ... "Tom and Jerry." …
 
If you've found yourself confused by the twists, turns and competing narratives around the Committee on the Scottish Government Handling of Harassment Complaints then firstly, you are not alone and secondly, this is the briefing you've been after. Mandy Rhodes is the Managing Editor of the brilliant Holyrood Magazine, the fortnightly trade paper fo…
 
In this completely off-the-cuff episode, I address some of the concerns that may have built up around The Sound Test in the past month or so. It's not all serious though, as pretty much all of this is the usual serving of VGM goodness, tinged with a little optimistic looking ahead. It's been a tough time for the show, and myself lately, and I've oc…
 
Hon James Shaw is Aotearoa New Zealand's Minister for Climate Change, Associate Minister for Environment and the co-leader of the Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand. In this frank conversation, the Minister discusses how the Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand resolves political differences within their organisation and his top tips for surviving …
 
A chat with NBC Sports Executive Producer of Sunday Night Football Fred Gaudelli. We talk producing games during the pandemic, new technology evolving daily for broadcasts, working with Norm Macdonald on classic ESPYs, Dennis Miller during his run at Monday Night Football and much more. Sunday Night Football has been the number 1 rated show in prim…
 
Two new movies this week. First, from Netflix, the comic thriller "I Care A Lot," Then the Oscar play that is "The Mauritanian." Then we get weird in our Reboot segment, with the 1997 David Lynch film "Lost Highway." Timestamps: 11:21 "I Care A Lot" 31:22 "The Mauritanian" 55:17 "Lost Highway" Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, both of which…
 
Depending on what you're into, Dave Rowntree is either one of the most famous drummers in modern rock 'n' roll history or the Councillor for the University Ward on Norfolk County Council. The Blur drummer talks about his own political journey, from young radical via headline Glastonbury slots and number 1 singles to solving leaks. There is of cours…
 
All podcasts are loaded at YOUTUBE.COM/STWEEKLY before they are added here, with video. More Howard Stern related content is going up there regularly, so be sure to subscribe to see all the interviews.AJ Benza was a gossip columnist in New York before hitting hit big on tv with E! Most who come to this podcast will remember his stint with the Howar…
 
We're back on our weekly show. This week, we talk with Eric Nusbaum, author of "Stealing Home: Los Angeles, the Dodgers and the Lives Caught in Between." Also subscribe to his terrific newsletter at sportsstories.substack.com. We're also short on a guest for next week. Send me your author recommendations to peoplestilllreadbooks@gmail.com. Follow t…
 
One positive side effect of the pandemic: 2021 has a strong inventory of movies to discuss! Three big ones this week. First, the big Black Panther Oscar play, "Judas and the Black Messiah." Then the Kristen Wiig comedy "Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar." And we close with the frontier romantic drama "The World To Come." Timestamps: 7:24 "Judas and…
 
Duncan Tolmie interviews site foreman of The Block NZ, and the resident builder at Newstalk ZB, Peter Wolfkamp, about his greatest life lessons, career, faith and values. This is the second of two parts to this episode. Recorded in July 2019. More Peter Wolfkamp: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ResidentBuilderPeterWolfkamp/ Website: https://www.…
 
The first and only female Prime Minister of Australia reflects on her time in office and gives her unique perspective on leadership and the role gender played in her experience. In a wide-ranging interview, Julia describes the challenge of education reform, the importance of purpose in politics and her personal approach to life as a former Prime Mi…
 
Mike Vorkunov talks to former 1st round pick and current Westchester Knicks center Justin Patton about G League life, his path back to the NBA, playing for Tom Thibodeau, why he's longer putting up the facade of NBA player, and how he picked himself up after hitting bottom. Go and read the accompanying story at The Athletic.…
 
We're back! Sorry about the delay! Holidays! Schedules! Insurrections! We are back to our weekly shows, and we kick it back with Pete Croatto, author of "From Hang Time to Prime Time," a book about the ascension of the NBA to where it is today. It's a good book! Follow the podcast at @stillreadbooks on Twitter, and email your author recommendations…
 
We recorded this on Super Bowl Sunday, but we do not know who wins. We assume the Illini. This week, we have two new movies. The John David Washington-Zendaya romantic drama "Malcolm and Marie," and then the Rodney Ascher documentary "A Glitch in the Matrix." Then, a Reboot: Robert Redford's Oscar-winning drama "Ordinary People." It is not "Raging …
 
Mike Vorkunov talks to The Athletic's Yankees beat reporter Lindsey Adler about why she's a secret Knicks (kinda) fan and why basketball is so easy to get into. They discuss the difference in covering and talking about basketball and baseball. Then the conversation turns to whether we are relying too much on stats to understand sports and talk abou…
 
"Some people stand in the darkness, afraid to step into the light..." Former lifeguard Charlotte Leslie was the MP for Bristol North West for 7 years and shares a series of brilliant insights about life and politics, including how the laws of the beach apply to handling the coronavirus pandemic. Charlotte went from increasing her majority in 2015 t…
 
Monica Lennon shot to international political fame just a few months ago thanks to her Period Poverty Bill. Thanks to that legislation, Scotland is the first country in the world to provide free and universal access to period products. Monica tells Matt how she built a political coalition across the party and constitutional divides in Scotland and …
 
ALL PODCASTS CAN BE SEEN @ YOUTUBE.COM/STWEEKLYEven more Howard Stern content over there!Vinnie became to known to the Stern community as a Vice President of Late Night at CBS calling in from his bus rides into the city to work. He created memorable moments for both the Stern show and during his run with David Letterman as the VP of his show as wel…
 
Since my latest ST2 eps have been all about LucasArts, I decided to broadcast a LIVE special all about them too! For my first show of 2021, I present tracks from some of their earliest releases, right up to the very last game they developed that wasn't based on Star Wars. As a result, this playlist is stacked with some of the very best VGM ever com…
 
Hey, everybody! This whole podcast is not about Nolan Arenado. But it could be! Instead, it's about movies. Three new ones. First, the Denzel Washington thriller "The Little Things." Then the English horror film "Saint Maud." We close with the sensitive dementia drama "Supernova." Movies! Timestamps: 7:14 "The Little Things" 28:35 "Saint Maud" 47:2…
 
Founded in 1982, LucasArts are among the best known and best loved game developers of the past four decades. Following on from my previous episode, this podcast is the second part of a dedicated LucasArts triple-bill. This time, I explore the company’s history, with returning guests Clint Bajakian and Peter McConnell. While Clint and Peter both pro…
 
Mike Vorkunov talks to Alan Sepinwall, Rolling Stone's chief TV critic, about the Knicks, take a guess on the next time the Knicks win the NBA title, dive into Mitchell Robinson's future, whether he should root for more losing, try to figure out what Leon Rose and the Knicks front office will do, and look back at the Kristaps Porzingis trade, which…
 
Welcome to one of the most gripping episodes of any podcast ever recorded. Investigative journalist John Sweeney shares his incredible experiences coming face-to-face with Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump, The Church of Scientology, the far right and so many more. At times terrifying, at times absolutely hilarious, all of John's amazing stories come fr…
 
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