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Know Your Enemy
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A leftist's guide to the conservative movement, one podcast episode at a time, with co-hosts Matthew Sitman and Sam Adler-Bell.
 
This show is all about social justice. Topics include human rights, poverty, animal rights, and the environment.
 
3 dudes who love professional wrestling. We want to give you a fan's perspective on the state of the WWE from Raw to Smackdown and everything in between. Hosted by Matthew Cummings, Christian Buckley and Matt Ruggiero. Produced by Christian Buckley.
 
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Blog for Lightning 100's Lt. Dan Buckley. Dan has been on air in Nashville, TN for over 10 years. He also has a DJ & Production company at http://DanBuckley.com
 
AuthorVoices on Air is presented by Author Solutions, LLC…the leading provider of services to help authors publish, promote, and sell their books around the world. Author Solutions, LLC has served the publishing needs of more than 180,000 authors and produced more than 225,000 titles. Join Deb Hann LIVE every Sunday at 3-4 AM Eastern (5-6 PM New South Wales time; 7-8 PM New Zealand time) to hear the latest interviews by today’s authors!
 
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Real Drummers. Real Stories. With over a 200 episodes and counting, Working Drummer Podcast is the source for those interested in what it’s like to be a professional drummer. Each weekly interview showcases a performer with a sometimes less recognizable name but always impressive body of work. This unique approach has garnered a niche audience hungry for unfiltered stories about what it takes to make a living as a musician today. Working Drummer hears from a diverse range of musicians who re ...
 
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BBC Sussex's special show talking all things Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League, with special guests each week.
 
In a unique weekly podcast, Edith Bowman sits down with a variety of film directors, actors, producers and composers to talk about the music that inspired them and how they use music in their films, from their current release to key moments in their career. The music chosen by our guests is woven into the interview and used alongside clips from their films.https://twitter.com/soundtrackingukhttps://www.facebook.com/Soundtrackingwithedithbowman/https://play.spotify.com/user/soundtrackingwithe ...
 
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The only South African Podcast about SharePoint, Azure and Office 365
 
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Two brothers a world apart dissect their favourite albums.
 
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It's another double-whammy on our latest episode of Soundtracking - this time in the shape of two composers of world-wide repute. Michael Giacchino cut his teeth on video games, before turning his attentions to film and television, with a host of award-winning scores for films such as The Incredibles, Up, Rogue One and Star Trek. David Arnold, ...…
 
Dave Stark is a highly in demand session and touring drummer, as well as one of the world’s top drum... The post 240: Dave Stark – Defining Success in the Music Business, Working as a Clinician & Author, Parallels Between Drumming & Yoga appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.By Working Drummer.
 
SEASON 3 EPISODE 7 : The team discuss Aaron Connolly, we have the latest on Albion loanees and ex Aston Villa striker Garry Thompson discusses this weekend's game and racism in football.By BBC Sussex.
 
Another Fortnight, another episode. This could actually work. (AL snickers in the background). AND finally after repeat and failed attempts, we managed to get D'arce Hess on the podcast. (4th time lucky). AL chats to her about the shift in User Experience in SharePoint and what she is doing currently. As always, we smash out some news because t ...…
 
Author Voices on Australasia order of interviews for the show: 3:00-4:00 AM EST (5-6 PM AEST) 1. “Infertility Caused by Decreased Oxygen Utilization and Jinn”; by Dr. Mira Bajirova
 
It's a double-whammy on our latest episode of Soundtracking, as we bring you two extremely talented ladies charting very different courses in the world of cinema. First up is Hildur Gudnadottir. Well known to fans of this podcast - on which she has featured by proxy many, many times - Hildur has gained broader and much deserved recognition for ...…
 
Leonard “Pudge” Tribbett is currently the touring drummer for R&B legend Anita Baker. Pudge hails from the Philadelphia area, where... The post 239: Pudge Tribbett – Touring with Anita Baker, Tye Tribbett & Greater Anointing, “The Philly Sound” appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.By Working Drummer.
 
Matt and Sam talk to Max Alvarez—writer, editor, and host of Working People, an excellent podcast—about growing up working-class and conservative in a mixed race household. Matt and Max compare experiences as we try to answer some basic but tough questions: what attracts some members of the working class to conservative politics? How do the cul ...…
 
Our latest guest on Soundtracking is John Crowley, the Irish film and theatre director who previously brought us critical successes Intermission, Boy A and Brooklyn. His new offering is The Goldfinch. Based on Donna Tart's novel of the same name, the narrative centres on Theo, a young man who takes a painting from a museum after his mother dies ...…
 
Originally from Saskatchewan, Canada Jay Tooke grew up playing bass, drums, guitar, and piano. Before his eventual move to Nashville,... The post 238 – Jay Tooke: Drumming and Producing, Touch and Tone, Working with The Steel Woods and Life after the Band appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.By Working Drummer.
 
We are on every fortnight, not on FortNite. And that is not Phil's pic. And apparently AL's interview is the best audio we have received from him yet. We chat to Phil Worrell about what really goes in when working on a cloud migration, what to look for, what the pitfalls are and how to remain sane. As always, we bring you all the news from the ...…
 
Former Brighton & Hove Albion manager and ex-Tottenham player Alan Mullery looks ahead to the game at the Amex and assesses the start to the season for both teams. BBC Radio London commentator Nick Godwin gives us the inside track on Spurs.By BBC Sussex.
 
Edith's guest on the latest episode of Soundtracking is a composer who has been pushing sonic boundaries for three decades. As well as releasing numerous albums and EPs under various monikers, Matthew Herbert has also scored a diverse range of films, including three for Chilean director Sebastian Lelio. The word is overused, but we reckon he's ...…
 
Louis Newsome moved to Atlanta in 2012. In addition to church gigs in Atlanta, his bread and butter has been... The post 237 – Louis Newsome: A Unique Weekly Steady, “Renewing Your Mind,” Changing Grip to Change His Sound appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.By Working Drummer.
 
If you haven’t been addicted to Peaky Blinders since it first aired in 2013, then you need to get yourself off to the BBC iPlayer at once and start catching up. All episodes are currently available for varying degrees of time, and we highly recommend you get involved before it's too late. Directed by Anthony Byrne, the latest season sees Cillia ...…
 
Following on the heals of his older brother Rick, Jerry Marotta jumped right into the music scene at a very... The post 236 – Jerry Marotta: Working with Peter Gabriel and the Influence on Jerry’s Approach to Music, New Record with Tony Levin & Phil Keaggy appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.By Working Drummer.
 
Former Brighton & Hove Albion captain Gordon Greer discusses the 1-1 draw with Burnley and his new role as a scout with the club. BBC Newcastle commentator Matthew Raisbeck looks ahead to the match against the Magpies.By BBC Sussex.
 
And we are back!!! Feels like a new season of The Grand Tour! Maybe we should do seasons? Well its good to have AL and Rod back in the studio after Rod has been on daddy-daycare. AL managed to catch up with Darrell Webster and Loryan Strant at this years Digital Workplace Conference in Australia to chat about the state of their O365 DC. As Alwa ...…
 
There can be few cinematic genres that benefit more from the power of score than horror. And it IT and IT: Chapter 2, writer / director Andy Muschietti and his composer Benjamin Wallfisch have nailed it. Reflecting the shape-shifting abilities of Pennywise The Clown, Benjamin has produced a soundscape which Andy describes as 'bendy' - that swit ...…
 
Jason “JT” Thomas, is a drummer/producer/singer/writer in high demand for both live and studio work for an array of artists... The post 235 – Jason “JT” Thomas: Playing with Snarky Puppy and FORQ, “Phrase-Based” Soloing, Memories of Roy Hargrove appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.By Working Drummer.
 
Match Of The Day commentator Simon Brotherton, journalist and Albion fan Nick Szczepanik & BBC Lancashire's Scott Read all join the podcast. Seagulls head coach Graham Potter also outlines his thoughts on leadership.By BBC Sussex.
 
With the help of Jane Mayer's essential 2016 book, Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right, your hosts explore the world of right-wing philanthropy and the institutions—from centers at universities to think tanks in Washington, DC—it has funded. What emerges is a startling history of how a small g ...…
 
We have the miracle of social media to thank for our latest episode of Soundtracking, after Edith reached out to the one and only Alan Silvestri on Twitter. And, gentleman that he is, he very kindly invited her to meet up with him on a recent visit to London. Alan is responsible for some of Hollywood's most memorable scores and themes, from Bac ...…
 
For several years, Michael Grando held the drum chair for national recording artist Chris Knight. He appeared on both his... The post 234 – Michael Grando: Drumming for Joe Diffie, The Value of Honesty and Reliability in the Music Business, Working with a Click appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.…
 
Our latest guests on Soundtracking are husband and wife duo Aaron and Sam Taylor-Johnson, who have joined forces on a number of levels to bring us A Million Little Pieces. An adaptation of James Frey's book of the same name, it's based on the author's experiences in rehab as he attempted to recover from alcohol and drug addiction. Despite the w ...…
 
Brendan Buckley is best known for touring and recording with Shakira. He grew up in New Jersey and attended the... The post 233 – Brendan Buckley: 20 Years with Shakira, Touring with International Artists, Preparing with No Expectations appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.By Working Drummer.
 
Something of a first on our latest episode of Soundtracking, as we're not only joined by a world-class director, but also his world-class translator. To be fair, Pedro Almodovar's English is certainly better than Edith's Spanish, but we are eternally grateful to the lovely Maria for stepping in when he occasionally reverted to his mother tongue ...…
 
Todd Sucherman is one of the most in-demand drummers on the planet. In addition to a 20+ year tenure with... The post 232 – Todd Sucherman: Drumming for Styx, The Importance of a Relaxed Grip, Applying Complex Ideas appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.By Working Drummer.
 
Former Brighton & Hove Albion captain Adam Virgo discusses a new formation for the Seagulls. Journalist for The Athletic Andy Naylor on his time at the Argus and BBC Saints commentator Adam Blackmore gives us the lowdown on opponents Southampton.By BBC Sussex.
 
What better way to start the fourth year of our film music podcast Soundtracking than with one of the undisputed kings of the art, Quentin Tarantino. His new movie Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is everything you'd hope for when it comes to the deployment of pop cues, and also features score by the likes of Bernard Herrmann and Maurice Jarre. St ...…
 
Matt and Sam's first ever guest, Patrick Blanchfield, is an Associate Faculty member at the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research and author of the forthcoming book Gunpower from Verso books, which you can and should pre-order here. In the wake of the massacres in El Paso and Dayton, we turn to Patrick—a truly brillant writer and thinker—to he ...…
 
Larry Wilson grew up in Jacksonville, FL and studied music at Florida State in Tallahassee with Leon Anderson. He moved... The post 231 – Larry Wilson: Constructing a Career and Creating a Life in Atlanta appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.By Working Drummer.
 
Former West Ham United defender Tony Gale, BBC London's Bradley Allen and BT presenter Jules Breach join the podcast.By BBC Sussex.
 
Author Voices on Australasia order of interviews for the show: 3:00-4:00 AM EST (5-6 PM AEST) 1. “Cut the Crap”; by Jess Turunen 2. “Jonny's Wild Ride”; by Stephen Ashby 3. “Antics at the Zoo”; by Robyn J. Court
 
This week marked the third birthday of our film music podcast Soundtracking - which is a milestone we’re very proud to have reached. That we’re still going is thanks in no small part to you, and of course the guests who take half an hour out of their busy schedules to talk to me about their passion for all things sonic. To mark the occasion, we ...…
 
Jim Rupp has done extensive touring with the bands of Woody Herman, Maynard Ferguson, and Glenn Miller. Jim spent close... The post 230 – Jim Rupp: Owner of Columbus Pro Percussion, Drumming with the Woody Herman Orchestra, Teaching in the Information Age appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.By Working Drummer.
 
We preview the new season, assess the new signings and discuss all the big issues in the Premier League.By BBC Sussex.
 
Our latest episode of Soundtracking has been some time in the making - so busy is the composer in question. But, boy, was it worth the wait. Max Richter is a name that's come up on numerous occasions on our film music podcast, with Joe Wright, Denis Villeneuve, Yann Demange and John Ridley among those who have either enlisted his services or us ...…
 
Robert Boone recently graduated from Florida State University with his Masters Degree in Jazz Studies and is currently drummer for... The post 229 – Robert Boone: On the Road with the Count Basie Orchestra appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.By Working Drummer.
 
The first National Conservatism conference was convened at the Ritz Carlton in Washington D.C. two weeks ago. It was a coming out party for the rising nationalist wing of the conservative movement, with attendees laying the groundwork for a more intellectual version of Trumpism. Many mainstream conservatives were in attendance, along with paleo ...…
 
Our latest guest on Soundtracking makes a very welcome return to the show, having given us something of a retrospective on his astounding career back in episode 45. Nick Broomfield is multi-award winning documentary maker who, among many other subjects, has made several films about musicians - including Kurt & Courtney, Biggie & Tupac and, most ...…
 
Dave McAfee has been the drummer for every one of Toby Keith’s tours since 2000. Shows with Toby include stadium... The post 228 – Dave McAfee: Drumming for Toby Keith, Remaining Pro Through Tough Times, USO Tours appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.By Working Drummer.
 
Author Voices on Australasia order of interviews for the show: 3:00-4:00 AM EST (7-8 PM AEST) 1. “Memoir of Half a Banana”; by Fay Chou 2. “Matriarch & WW III: Internal State Terrorism in Australia”; by Daisy Snow 3. “Positive Psychology Coaching: Introducing the ©AIPC Coach Approach to Finding Solutions and Achieving Goals”; by Susanne Knowles…
 
Back in 2016, Jon Favreau was kind enough to be the very first person we recorded for our film music podcast, Soundtracking. 151 episodes later, and Jon returns to discuss his flabbergasting remake of Disney's much-loved Oscar-winning musical, The Lion King - a mind-boggling photorealistic animation starring Donald Glover, Seth Rogen, Chiwetel ...…
 
Born in Havana, Cuba, in 1963, ‘El Negro’ Hernandez has been a force on the international scene since 1990. Whether... The post 227 – Horacio “El Negro” Hernandez: His New Big Band Album, Revolutionary Rock Roots, appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.By Working Drummer.
 
Author Voices on Australasia order of interviews for the show: 3:00-4:00 AM EST (7-8 PM AEST) 1. “Life of a Bondi Girl”; by Fiona Carpenter 2. “The Blokes Guide to Brilliant Cooking and How to Impress Women”; Jim O'Connor
 
Interested in the background reading we did for this episode? There's a lot of it. But we want to show our work and give you the chance to dig deeper. Below are the articles we referenced, read, or drew upon for our conversation on the illiberal right. Primary Sources: Against the Dead Consensus, First Things Sohrab Ahmari, Against David French ...…
 
Edith's latest guest on Soundtracking is one seriously multi-talented lady. Emma Forrest is a journalist, novelist and screenwriter - who has now added directing to her CV with her drama, Untogether. Starring Lola and Jemima Kirke, Jamie Dornan, Billy Crystal and Emma's former husband Ben Mendelsohn, Untogether tells the story of two sisters in ...…
 
Daniel Glass is an award-winning drummer, author, historian and educator. He is widely recognized as an authority on classic American... The post 226 – Daniel Glass: Making Yourself More Employable Through an Understanding of History, The Importance of Teaching Fundamentals appeared first on Working Drummer Podcast.…
 
Edith had such fun recording our latest episode of Soundtracking - given that it's with two of the most friendly, eloquent and enthusiastic gentlemen in the business (not to mention talented). Writer Richard Curtis and director Danny Boyle have teamed up for the romantic comedy, Yesterday. Starring Himesh Patel, Lily James, Ed Sheeran and Kate ...…
 
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