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Throughline
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The past is never past. Every headline has a history. Join us every week as we go back in time to understand the present. These are stories you can feel and sounds you can see from the moments that shaped our world.
 
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World Football
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BBC World Football leading the conversation on the global game.
 
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Hand Of Pod
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The English-language Argentine football podcast, fuelled by fernet since 2010
 
Sherlock and Nathan take you on a wild ride as they explore the life of El Libertador, father of six nations, kicker of Spanish ass and ultimately disgraced and broken general.
 
Sherlock and Nathan take you on a wild ride as they explore the life of El Libertador, father of six nations, kicker of Spanish ass and ultimately disgraced and broken general.
 
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Golazo
Monatlich
 
Football chat with more than a hint of Argentina
 
A world football / soccer podcast, covering the beautiful game from all corners of the globe with experts on every continent. A unique mix of football journalism & fandom.
 
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The Futbol Chronicles
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Friends discuss everything about soccer (futbol) with a Latin American perspective. We focus on the World Cup, Libertadores, Champions league and local tournaments.
 
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#TrueStory
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A weekly podcast where two brothers each bring a historical character or event to the table, in a lighthearted and accessible introduction to history.
 
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Plus Five Four
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Plus Five Four is the Argentine podcast with something for everyone! Every week, Valentina Iricibar and Emily Kennedy discuss the stories making headlines (or not) in Argentina.
 
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Futbol and Coffee
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Juan has been a journalist for 17 years and has covered two World Cups and four Copa Americas. He has also worked as a commentator on ESPN, beIN Sports, Eurosport covering various leagues from around the world. He's also a writer for sites like Al-Jazeera Sport, The Telegraph and SPORT amongst others as well as a frequent guest on networks like BBC, TALKSport, SportsMax.
 
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Robi Adams
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About everything..... de todo un poco... Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/robi-adams/support
 
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In this week's Hand Of Pod, Sam, English Dan and Andrés look back on the Copa Libertadores semi-final first legs, focusing of course on River Plate's convincing 2-0 win over Boca Juniors in the all-Argentine tie, as well as congratulating Colón for reaching their first ever continental final, and reviewing last weekend's Superliga action.…
 
In this week's Hand Of Pod, Sam, English Dan and Andrés review Argentina's 6-1 tonking of Ecuador in Elche, and cast their eye over the players who might have won themselves consideration by Lionel Scaloni when more meaningful fixtures come around. We also take a look at the latest Primera Femenina results, and preview next week's Copa Libertad ...…
 
Former India coach Stephen Constantine tells more stories from his globetrotting career. Watford coach Quique Sanchez Flores talks the challenge of restoring confidence at the club. And the former Tottenham striker Clive Allen looks back on his career.Photo: In this picture provided by Korea Football Association, Hwang Hee-chan of South Korea c ...…
 
Over the past six months, demonstrations in Hong Kong have increasingly become more violent and more determined. What started out as a protest against a proposed extradition law has now become a call for China to recognize Hong Kong's semi-autonomy. But what is at the root of this tumultuous relationship between Hong Kong and China? This week, ...…
 
Peter & Tom [ twitter.com/tomrobbo89 ] record fresh from Argentina's 6-1 thrashing of Ecuador and look back over another international break for coach Lionel Scaloni.Messi & Agüero will return next month and so we look at who boosted their chances and who could be left out of the squad in future.Surely Marcos Rojo doesn't feature in Argentina's ...…
 
The main topic on this week's Hand Of Pod is Argentina's stirring comeback from 2-0 down at half time to draw 2-2 away to Germany in Dortmund, thanks to goals from Lucas Alario and Lucas Ocampos. We also look back on a weekend of Superliga action which saw several more than decent matches, a very surprising result in the Nuevo Gasómetro, and Un ...…
 
Afghanistan coach Anoush Dastgir talks about the challenges he faces. And the former Chelsea and Norway striker Tore Andre Flo looks back on his career and also tells us about the role he's had developing the likes of Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham.Picture: Afghan goalkeeper Ovays Azizi with Qatari fans in the background in the World Cup Qualifi ...…
 
Today the foundations of philosophy are seen as a straight line from Western antiquity, built on thinkers such as Plato and Aristotle. But, between the 8th century and 14th century, the West was greatly overshadowed by the Islamic world and philosophy was in very different hands. This week, how one Medieval Islamic philosopher put his pen to pa ...…
 
Former Swiss international Ramon Vega reflects on Tottenham's humiliating 7-2 loss to Bayern Munich. He also remembers the racism in Italian football during the 1990s. Also on the show, the Schalke defender Benjamin Stambouli talks about his club's promising start to the season. Presenter Mani Djazmi is joined by Pat Nevin and Heather O'Reilly. ...…
 
When Andrew Johnson became president in 1865, the United States was in the middle of one of its most volatile chapters. The country was divided after fighting a bloody civil war and had just experienced the first presidential assassination. We look at how these factors led to the first presidential impeachment in American history.…
 
Peter & Tom [ twitter.com/tomrobbo89 ] are joined by Spanish football journalist & author Euan McTear [ twitter.com/emctear ] to discuss all things La Liga (from an Argentine perspective of course).Messi picked up his record sixth best player in the world award and we discuss whether the Barça legend deserved it & what to make of his recent inj ...…
 
This week on Hand Of Pod, Sam, English Dan and Andrés look back at a weekend which saw Boca Juniors beat San Lorenzo to remain top of the Superliga table and continue their perfect start, and consider some surprising names in the chasing pack. We also preview next week's Copa Libertadores semi-final first leg, when Boca will travel to the Monum ...…
 
Fiorentina's Kevin-Prince Boateng talks about his globe trotting career and tells us why Gennaro Gattuso threatened to kill him. The Colombian footballer Sebastián Velásquez talks about the knife throwing fans of Medellin. And the former Canada international Karina LeBlanc reflects on Megan Rapinoe's call for footballers to use their platform f ...…
 
For centuries, the United States has been a prime destination for migrants hoping for better economic opportunities, fleeing danger in their home countries or just seeking a new life. But has there ever been a moment when Americans were the ones who felt compelled to flee elsewhere? In this episode, two stories that challenge the idea of who an ...…
 
Ben Roberts joins host Andy Wales to discuss his new book, Bottled, which looks at English football's relationship with drinking and alcohol. They also discuss the process of writing a football book, from the original idea to getting published.By World Football Index.
 
In this week's Hand Of Pod, Sam, English Dan and Andrés look back on a Superliga weekend which saw Diego Maradona begin life as Gimnasia boss with defeat to Racing. A San Lorenzo slip up gave Boca Juniors the chance to go top – which they took – and Huracán bafflingly decided to defend high up the pitch against River Plate, in spite of there no ...…
 
Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen talks about his tough journey from the slums of Lagos to Lille. We pay tribute to the globetrotting coach Rudi Gutendorf. who has died at the age of 93. Plus, in the second part of our interview with World Cup winner Per Mertesacker, he talks about his new job at the Arsenal academy.(Photo: Victor Osimhen of Lille ...…
 
Puerto Rico became a U.S. territory in 1898 and for much of the next fifty years Puerto Ricans fought fiercely about this status. Should they struggle for independence, or to be a U.S. state, or something in between? In this episode, we look at Puerto Rico's relationship with the mainland U.S. and the key figures who shaped the island's fate.…
 
In this week's Hand Of Pod, Sam, English Dan and Andrés look back on one forgettable and one rather more memorable friendly for Argentina, and consider the positives from both – namely Lautaro Martínez continuing to flourish up front, and that midfield suddenly looking rather more impressive than it did this time last year.…
 
Peter & Tom [ twitter.com/tomrobbo89 ] are joined by Mexican football journalist Tom Marshall [ twitter.com/mexicoworldcup ] to take a look back over an international break in which Lautaro Martínez solidified his place as one of world football's most exciting young players. El Toro's hat-trick handed Argentina a morale-boosting win and gave Ta ...…
 
World Cup winner Per Mertesacker talks about his struggle with pre-match anxiety and sings his favourite Bob Marley song. And the Hong Kong international Jack Sealy talks about playing in the Chinese Super League, his travels in North Korea and the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. Presented by Mani Djazmi and Pat Nevin.(Photo: Arsenal fans, ...…
 
When Lil Nas X released his viral hit "Old Town Road" last year, he sparked a conversation about what country music is and who is welcome in the genre. To better understand the deep and often misunderstood history of country music, we sat down with renowned filmmaker Ken Burns to talk about his new documentary series Country Music and his proce ...…
 
This week on Hand Of Pod, Sam, English Dan and Andrés look back on a superclásico in which Boca Juniors weren't giving anything away against River Plate, and consider how and why the astonishing news came about – just an hour or so before we started recording – that Diego Maradona has been named manager of Gimnasia La Plata. There's also a bit ...…
 
Former Manchester City player Jeff Whitley looks back on his career and his battle with addiction. And Cameroon international Gaetan Bong discusses the problem of racism in football.(Photo: Manchester City's Jeff Whitley celebrates with his team mates. Credit: Alex Livesey/ALLSPORT)By BBC World Service.
 
There is more waste in the world today than at any time in history, and the responsibility for keeping the environment clean too often falls on individuals instead of manufacturers. But, why us? And why this feeling of responsibility? This week, how one organization changed the American public's relationship with waste and who is ultimately res ...…
 
When Colin Kaepernick stopped standing for the national anthem at NFL games it sparked a nationwide conversation about patriotism and police brutality. And in the last few weeks that conversation was rekindled when the NFL announced a deal with Jay-Z that some thought moved attention away from Capernick's continued absence from the league. The ...…
 
In this week's Hand Of Pod, Sam, Andrés and English Dan look back on a weekend which included San Lorenzo ending Arsenal's perfect start to go top of the league themselves, and consider Boca Juniors and River Plate's chances of advancing to another superclásico semi-final in the Copa Libertadores. As well as that, we also preview this weekend's ...…
 
Adam, Austin and Simon take a look at the key from the 1st legs of the Copa Libertadores QFs and discuss the controversy surrounding the ticket prices for the Libertadores final in Santiago.By World Football Index.
 
On this week's Hand Of Pod, Sam and Andrés look back on a Superliga weekend which brought a historic result in the country's oldest clásico, as well as a third win in a row for newly promoted Arsenal de Sarandí, victory for Boca Juniors in Daniele De Rossi's Bombonera debut, and San Lorenzo continuing to not be boring.…
 
The coach of Brighton, Graham Potter, tells us about his leadership style and how he's used the writings of the Dalai Lama to help motivate his overthinking players. Plus, Heather O'Reilly, Peter Odemwingie and Pat Nevin will be sharing stories about the coaches who inspired them.(Photo by Mark Leech/Offside/Getty Images)…
 
Billie Holiday helped shape American popular music with her voice and unique style. But, her legacy extends way beyond music with one song in particular — "Strange Fruit." The song paints an unflinching picture of racial violence, and it was an unexpected hit. But singing it brought serious consequences. In a special collaboration with NPR Musi ...…
 
Three hundred and fifty! How did we get this far? In this week's Hand Of Pod, Sam, English Dan and Andrés look back on silver for the women and gold for the boys representing Argentina in the Panamerican Games football tournaments, and consider the narrative of Daniele De Rossi scoring on his Boca Juniors debut and then watching from the bench, ...…
 
Peter & Tom [ twitter.com/tomrobbo89 ] are joined by the legend of South American football punditry Tim Vickery [ twitter.com/Tim_Vickery ] to discuss all things Premier League from an Argentine perspective. Can Mauricio Pochettino finally land silverware with Spurs, who is new signing Giovani Lo Celso and can be bolster their title hopes, what ...…
 
The United States imprisons more people than any other country in the world, and a disproportionate number of those prisoners are Black. What are the origins of the U.S. criminal justice system and how did racism shape it? From the creation of the first penitentiaries in the 1800s, to the "tough-on-crime" prosecutors of the 1990s, how America c ...…
 
This week, Sam and Andrés look back on the second week of action in the 2019–20 Superliga, which saw Arsenal and San Lorenzo both pick up their second wins in as many league games, while River Plate and Boca Juniors also both won, and Independiente aren't too happy with CONMEBOL.By Sam Kelly.
 
USA international Jessica McDonald on winning the World Cup. Kasper Schmeichel remembers the good old days of playing street football as a kid. And following Alejandro Bedoya's recent comments about gun violence, should more footballers use their platform to make a political stand?(Photo by Maja Hitij/Getty Images)…
 
The term "concentration camp" is most associated with Nazi Germany and the systematic killing of Jews during World War II. But colonial powers used concentration camps at the turn of the 19th century to crush rebellions. In this episode, how a war between Britain and South African Boers gave rise to some of the first camps.…
 
This week, Sam, English Dan and Andrés are joined by a new team member, and review the first round of 2019–20 Superliga action as well as the last sixteen of the Copa Libertadores, which saw River Plate and Boca Juniors advance to the quarter-finals, while Godoy Cruz and San Lorenzo fell by the wayside. And Mystic Sam is back!…
 
US Women's Head Coach Jill Ellis will leave her role at the end of October, after winning back to back World Cups. Host Mani Djazmi, former Chelsea winger Pat Nevin and World Cup winner Heather O'Reilly talk about her legacy. The English Football Association has introduced a 10 minute temporary dismissal for dissent, so the team discuss whether ...…
 
Huey Pierce Long: you either loved him, or hated him. He combined progressive economic ideas with an autocratic streak, earning him thousands of adoring fans and fearful enemies. Long went from traveling salesman to Louisiana governor, and then US senator, through his mastery of the media. Then once in power, he waged a war against it.…
 
Austin Miller and Tom Robinson take a look at highly rated 18-year-old Velez Sarsfield midfielder Thiago Almada.By World Football Index.
 
Peter & Tom [ twitter.com/tomrobbo89 ] take a look at the Superliga 2019/20 season to ponder who might be able to challenge Racing Club for the crown and at the other end of the table, who will be heading out of the top flight.We also discuss the race for the golden boot, who was the best signing of the window (yes we mention that De Rossi fell ...…
 
In the three hundred and forty-seventh episode of Hand Of Pod, Sam, Andrés and Julian meet to preview the new Superliga season. Which clubs have had the best transfer windows? Which are in most trouble in the relegation battle? These and more questions are answered here. And our sponsors at Fanatiz are back! Head to www.fntz.co/hop and use the ...…
 
Steve Crossman is joined by World Cup winner Heather O'Reilly and former Nigeria international Peter Odemwingie to discuss the week's big stories. Peter defends Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny's refusal to travel on the club's preseason tour after the Gunners rejected the 33-year-old's transfer request and reveals Akon's Lonely was the soundt ...…
 
After the landmark decision in Brown v. Board of Education, public schools across the country were supposed to become more integrated, but by the 1970s, many weren't. As a way to remedy segregation in their city, the Detroit school board introduced busing across Detroit. But the plan was met with so much resistance that the issue eventually led ...…
 
Andy Wales is joined by football analyst Lee Scott, whose forthcoming book looks at the tactics behind Pep Guardiola's success at Manchester City. They discuss how the Catalan has adapted to different leagues, the players he's used, tactical innovations, and an interesting suggestion as to what his future could hold.…
 
Kalusha Bwalya and Joseph Antoine Bell look back at the Africa Cup of Nations. Plus, we meet super fan Alvin Zhakata who travelled from Cape Town to Cairo overland.Presented by Mani Djazmi in Cairo. Photo: Algeria supporters cheer ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations match between Tanzania and Algeria (Getty Images)…
 
After Iran shot down an American surveillance drone in June, tensions between the two countries have only gone up. But the US and Iran have been in some state of conflict for the last 40 years, since the Iranian revolution. This week, we look at three key moments in this conflict to better understand where it might go next.…
 
The usual team of Peter Coates and Tom Robinson [ twitter.com/tomrobbo89 ] are joined by Tim Stillman [ twitter.com/Stillberto ] to look back on Argentina's Copa América campaign. The trophy drought goes on but was it all a complete disaster for La Albiceleste?Lionel Scaloni remains for now and we discuss the implications of this and the challe ...…
 
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