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Best Martin Kelner podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Martin Kelner podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Ruthie has gone to university, and is letting her dad know how she's getting on by talking to him about her life at college. In a unique experiment in human understanding, washed-up broadcaster and baby boomer father Martin Kelner discusses university life with his millennial daughter Ruth, who tells him why college life is more than beer pong and oversleeping. If you enjoy 'Ruthie - Uni, Dad & Me', then we'd be pathetically grateful if you could leave a review on iTunes here; https://itunes ...
 
A hilarious look at the volatile world of sport where guests compete for points with their sporting punditry. Informed comments are rewarded but witless outbursts are penalised.
 
Luke Ambler and Declan Storey bring real talk to the Proper Sport network.
 
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Broadcaster Dougie Anderson, sports presenter Bianca Westwood, broadcaster Martin Kelner and comedian Danny McLoughlin join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry, humour and entertainment. Points are awarded for informed comment, wit and passion, but taken away for nonsense and answers lacking in conviction.In the final round, the top two p…
 
Sports presenter and pundit Natalie Paweleck, broadcaster Martin Bashir, football journalist John Cross and comedian Mike Bubbins join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry, humour and entertainment.Points are awarded for informed comment, wit and passion, but taken away for nonsense and answers lacking in conviction.In the final round, the…
 
...in which Ruth has low moments back at Uni, rejects pole dancing as a fitness regime - 'still feels a bit demeaning' - considers the problems of being posh in light of the Laurence Fox row, and musically Paul McCartney takes on Lorde. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
Chaser and The X Factor: Celebrity finalist Jenny Ryan, broadcaster Dougie Anderson, sports journalist and broadcaster Mina Rzouki and comedian Adam Rowe join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry, humour and entertainment.Points are awarded for informed comment, wit and passion, but taken away for nonsense and answers lacking in conviction…
 
Ruthie and Dad have a heated debate on whether Britain is a racist country, discuss campus sexual assault, youth slang, and how Ruth unwinds after a long day ('Just thinking about Leeds, because it gives her a calming pleasure.' And they play The Rutles, which Ruth says is 'more Penny Lane than Penny Lane.' For information regarding your data priva…
 
Broadcaster Charlie Webster, silver Olympic medalist and pundit Gail Emms, sports journalist Jim White and comedian Kojo Anim join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry, humour and entertainment.Points are awarded for informed comment, wit and passion, but taken away for nonsense and answers lacking in conviction.In the final round, the top…
 
Sports broadcaster and boxing commentator Steve Bunce. 2 x GB Olympic snowboarder Aimee Fuller, Canadian sports broadcaster Greg Brady and comedian Paul Sinha join Colin Murray for an hour of sporting punditry, humour and entertainment.Points are awarded for informed comment, wit and passion, but taken away for nonsense and answers lacking in convi…
 
In a New Year/End of Decade special, father and daughter discuss how life has changed in the past ten years, chiefly through the prism of dating, given that Twitter didn't exist before 2012. Also why teenagers don't want to go to the movies any more - unlike Ruth who was brought up on Clifford The Big Red Dog - The Movie and Spirited Away. And why …
 
Ruthie has finished her first term studying French and Spanish at the University of York, and is settling back in at home, enjoying the choice of crisps, but lamenting the death of Labour, and disagreeing quite strongly with dad about the uselessness or otherwise of Jeremy Corbyn. Also ungrammatical dating, the overuse of emojis, the withdrawal of …
 
....in which Ruth lists ten things she has learnt in her first term at the University of York, tries to decide whether she's a post-colonial feminist or not, discusses snobbery towards the North of England, and laments the scandal of students' rented accommodation. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
From various phases of the Ruthie - Uni, Dad, and Me generation gap podcast, Martin forces a teenager to watch Fawlty Towers, while Ruthie gives her feminist angle on strip clubs, cheerleading, and darts walk-on girls, and expresses doubts about Chernobyl and Auschwitz tourism For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
...in which Ruth is not impressed by boy students weeing in the sink, prompting dad to reveal the secret of Butlin's bum. Ruth and dad discuss initiation rituals in Uni, the upcoming strike, and the class divide among students - if there is one. In the wider world, Ruth nominates Kate Garraway as the most annoying person in the world, and although …
 
...in which Ruth falls asleep on a nightclub toilet at 2am, when she could have been in the University of York's 24-hour library. Also, despite Armistice Day and the season of remembrance, patriotism is not flavour of the month with Ruth. Meanwhile she is chosen as boxer of the week. Musically, youngster Matt Maltese takes on Arlo Guthrie. For info…
 
...in which Ruthie, now fully at home at the University of York, dresses up as Hugh Hefner, while her college chums pretend to be Playboy bunnies. Why going home for the first time feels strange, why house-hunting for next year has already started, and how her French teacher is, er, really French For information regarding your data privacy, visit a…
 
Ruth is settling in at the University of York, coping with a demanding French and Spanish degree course. She's uncomfortable with the banning of a campaign against the crackdown on the Hong Kong protestors by the Chinese government, and wonders what it says about free speech on campus. With an election in the offing she's not sure she and her fello…
 
Boy George once said of sex that he'd rather have a cup of tea, a metaphor taken up by York University, in their lectures on sexual consent. Ruth also talks of dating rituals and boxing training at Uni as she starts her degree in French and Spanish. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
In which Ruth embarks on the difficult business of making friends at University, falls over drunk causing cuts and abrasions, stands up for Leeds in the face of kids from Surrey, a tribe she hadn't previously come across. She reveals that among the societies soliciting members at the Freshers' Fair was a fetish club, and asks dad if he went to Univ…
 
A compilation of extracts of Ruthie Me & My Dad from the last year's episodes; includes Fiona Bruce taking over Question Time, Ruth's views on Piers Morgan, what is OK to make jokes about these days, with reference to Inbetweeners - could that even be made in #MeToo era? Liam Neeson's revenge story, Pride marches becoming too commercial, teenage bo…
 
Trepidation and excitement mingle as Ruth prepares to start university. Meanwhile, as someone who likes a chocolate Minstrel, she rejects sugar-free diets as recommended by influencers and bloggers. Dad picks out some dodgy lyrics in pop songs, and an emailer writes in to tell Ruth not to worry about student debt; 'it's a myth.' For information reg…
 
Ruth talks about her uncertainty on the eve of her university career. Also how no-one wants to see a revival of Friends - fiftysomething Ross and Rachel would be in therapy after a toxic relationship and a bitter divorce, how Dolly Parton's doormat lyrics are OK for feminists, and how Ruth bought a newspaper for the first time ever in her life, and…
 
Ruth believes you can't tell the story of the Pope being stuck in a lift without doing a transubstantiation joke or something similar, she tries a Black Country accent in honour of hero Caitlin Moran, whose Wolverhampton childhood is being made into a movie, but mostly she insists her other hero Margaret Atwood, whose public appearance she went to …
 
In this episode, Ruth reveals she follows the Gospel According to Tom Hanks, gives her views on sandwich toasters and ATM etiquette, and laments the ignorance about women's health issues displayed by the medical profession. Ruth and dad discuss the latest Harvey Weinstein documentary, and dad drops the bombshell that he finds most of Weinstein's hi…
 
After her weekend at Leeds Music Festival, Ruth discusses the drugs death, and the misguided attitude to drugs of festival security. She's underwhelmed by Foo Fighters, and brands Matty Healy of The 1975, pretentious. She also discusses MacDonalds' cheese bite options, and reveals her Dragons' Den idea, while Ruthie and Dad clash over the so-called…
 
This generation gap podcast covers all the important issues; Boris Johnson's narcissism, supermarket pizzas, whether having children enhances your life or do you have to wait till they've left home, 'breadcrumbing,' Freshman flush, and New Yorker Billy Joel's ability to do an English accent. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.…
 
On the eve of A-level results day, Ruth sympathises with fellow students who, unlike her, don't have an unconditional offer from a chosen university or college and have to sweat it out. She also looks ahead to next year, and doubts a survey indicating students are more responsible, and more often teetotal than previous eras. Dad reflects on how her…
 
Ruth visits Leeds Pride and reports back, while dad questions its relevance beyond giving companies the chance to show how woke they are. He also has advice for the director of Downsizing, currently showing on Sky, and disagrees with Ruth on shoeless Prince Harry's comments on subconscious racism. The finale of Love Island shines a light on the way…
 
...is Ruth's assessment of our new Prime Minister, as dad brings her up to date with what's been happening while she's been away, where she outraged her parents by getting a tattoo. In this episode she explains to dad why we need three Spidermen, and why Tom Holland is the most Spiderman of the Spidermen. Father and daughter also discuss whether ho…
 
Ruth and dad have a heated debate on transgender issues, Ruth is accused of anti-Scottish bias, and upbraided for yawning mid-podcast. Also, is Maura from Love Island a feminist icon, and will Boris Johnson do anything to correct the North-South divide? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
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