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Best Roger Horne podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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It was another great week on the show as Dan from Bastille joined us live on FaceTime to tell us all about the band’s new single which is also our Radio X Record of the Week! And it’s an absolute banger! We also had what was possibly our BEST Who Are You Guest yet...Pablo Escobar’s ACTUAL SON! ?? And if that’s not enough to entice you into this wee…
 
THE CHRIS MOYLES SHOW PODCAST IS (A)LIVE!! That’s right, the one and only legendary Brian Blessed joined us for a FaceTime chat this week. As entertaining as ever, Brain told us all about how he’s been getting in on lockdown and the 40th Anniversary remastering of the cult classic, Flash Gordon. Friend of the show Andi Peters also stopped by for a …
 
In this episode with Sumeet Mhaskar: We discuss the caste system, India, untouchability and the efforts in 1800s Maharashtra, India to educate the Dalit caste. Jyothirao Phule and Savitribai Phule Show Notes: 0:52: What is a Dalit? 2:58: Pre-colonial educational system 4:16: Educational initiatives started by Indians 5:15: First School Open to Dali…
 
Well what a surprise the team had this week as the lovely Pippa and Toby from The Chris Moyles Show only went and announced they had got...ENGAGED! Congratulations to them! ? And also to add to the week’s good news Chris was absolutely thrilled that Leeds United had once again been promoted to the Premier League….after 16 YEARS. Happy Chris. We eve…
 
Chris is back! Thanks to Toby Tarrant for covering for us last week whilst he was off! And, after being nominated for another podcast award the team prepared themselves for Chris’ inevitable reaction (extra bleeps included in this podcast free of charge). Oh my god we can’t believe it but Ricky Wilson dropped in on FaceTime for a chat! He told us a…
 
In this episode with Camille Walsh: We discuss the state of American public schools, and how it is meant to uphold racism and inequality by design. We also talk about her book Racial Taxation Detroit Public Schools: Grosse Pointe High Schools I wasn’t kidding when I said “It looks like a castle” Show Notes: 1:00 - Who is a taxpayer and what is taxp…
 
Rolling Thunder Revue bass player and bandleader Rob Stoner on Jacques Levy, Emmylou Harris, Sam Shepard and how he “made out with Joan Baez on a motel room balcony” for Renaldo & Clara. Rob also sets the record straight on the Scorsese Netflix film: “I got a beef with that Van Dorp character!” and alerts us to his uncredited harmony vocal on Aband…
 
This week Chris and the team have taken a well deserved week off so we’ve been left in the safe hands of Toby Tarrant and Producer Vin. Toby was joined by the delightful Phil Tufnell as international cricket gears up for a grand return. Tuffers talked cricket... before he had a go at one of radio’s greatest ever features...IKEA OR CHEESE! ? Also, i…
 
In this episode with David Lough: Winston Churchill was a product of late 19th century British aristocracy. Today, we learn about the habits, practices, finances of the aristocracy and what propelled Winston Churchill to the Parliament. Show Notes: 1:00 - David Lough discusses what motivated him to write his books. 4:50 - Life of 19th Century arist…
 
It was a pleasure to be joined by the legendary Simon Pegg on the show this week who told us about his TWO new upcoming films. We even managed to rope Simon in for a round of the TV Themes Game, just as we promised him last time he was on! Mr. Dominic Byrne returned with his ‘Big Slot’ as usual, but this time he’s really pulled it out the bag as he…
 
If it wasn’t good enough that football made its return this week, Dominic Byrne and Toby Tarrant were in an extra good mood because...Liverpool are CHAMPIONS of England! On the show this week Chris revealed that he’s posted his first ever Tik Tok video and the team get sent a brand new version of Pot Noodles!? There was also a hilarious moment when…
 
Roger Shuler would be called a political prisoner if he were in any other country. In 2014, Shuler was arrested after he refused to obey a judge's order to stop writing about an alleged affair involving Robert Riley Jr., an attorney who is part of Alabama's most prominent political family, and the son of former governor Rob Riley. Robert Riley and …
 
Well what a week! The team have finally just about managed to recover from the antics of this year’s charity Pubcast which was as hilarious as ever. We were graced by the presence of rock god Liam Gallagher as he told us all about his brand new, stripped back MTV Unplugged session he’s released. We were also joined by the fantastic Ross Kemp (GET I…
 
Actor/musician Danny Horn, 31, played The Kinks’ frontman Ray Davies in the West End; but it was listening to Dylan at age 14 that changed his life. Do Dylan and Davies have anything in common? Danny tells us that - in 1967/68 - “they both made love letters to versions of their own countries that never existed. And they share a mercurial way of thi…
 
In this episode, Keith Spencer, author of A People’s History of Silicon Valley joins to tell us the story of our smartphones. We begin with an introduction about the pre-silicon valley inhabitants and how many were priced out of the area after the Tech companies established their offices in Silicon Valley. Without any rent control or protection, ma…
 
Another heck of a week on the show for us as we welcomed in Sir, yes SIR, Bob Geldof for a virtual chat. He gave us the lowdown on the Boomtown Rats latest single and how he’s “proud of Zig and Zag’s success”. And it’s that time of year again folks...where the Chris Moyles Show team selflessly reach for the drinks cabinet and get loose all in the n…
 
Torkil Lauesen is probably the closest thing we have to a real life Robin Hood. Being a child of the cold-war, observing the struggles of decolonization efforts in the third world. He was also horrified at monumental efforts Western Democracies took to stop third world countries asserting their own independence. The US invoked fire and fury upon Vi…
 
We had a jam packed show for you to enjoy this week with virtual guest visits from Johnny Vegas, who’s been lending a helping hand to some amazing local charities. Ross Noble, who has been entertaining the masses via Instagram in lockdown popped by to tell us about his latest comedy tour that is streaming online. And calling all Line of Duty fans b…
 
Happy Friday everyone! It’s the end of another week of radio madness on The Chris Moyles Show and we have a brand new podcast for you to enjoy! Alan Carr dropped in on FaceTime this week to tell us all about his new ‘Epic Gameshow’ where he’s reviving some classic British gameshow formats - Play Your Cards Right, Strike It Lucky and Bullseye! It wa…
 
Today, the AIDS crisis is under control in the United States. However, in the 1980s, it was an epidemic where many died. Most people didn’t understand how it transmitted and where it came from. Protest from New York City in 1983 Asking for Research instead of Demonization Instead of compassion, patients were on the receiving of demonization and mor…
 
And it’s the end of another week on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X which means once again it’s time for a brand new podcast to grace your feed! This week we welcomed funny man Jack Whitehall in for a virtual chat to hear all about his new foodie charity project and ask him if his new girlfriend remembers going to one of Chris’ birthday drinks!?? …
 
In our audio podcast, we have Gerald Horne to talk about the founding of our Nation. He is a professor and the author of countless books including The Counter-Revolution of 1776 and the upcoming The Dawning of the Apocalypse, which is set to be released later this year. In today’s audio episode, Gerald Horne explores the class character of the 1776…
 
Actress Nathalie Armin (speaking at a digital distance) has been a Dylan fan since the age of six, when an unknown voice “showed her the colours in her mind” as she lay in the back seat of her father’s car. She graduated to playing Bob games on stage at the Royal Shakespeare Company (“we’d whisper Dylan song titles to each other. I always won”) and…
 
Yes you read the title of this week’s podcast right...it’s time for the long awaited return of one of radio’s greatest features - Celebrity Tarzan! Listen in to this week’s edition of the podcast to find out which mystery celebrity voice was behind the iconic Tarzan yell. The team also had a great time catching up with a couple of great guests this…
 
The Pepperdine baseball team was off to a great start in the 2020 season under head coach Rick Hirtensteiner – 12-3 and ranked 16th in the country – when everything was called off in mid-March. We talk with the Waves’ skipper about what led to their success, what he and the rest of the Waves are doing now and how they’ll maintain their great form n…
 
We have been hearing ridiculous rumors, self-serving lies and neocon propaganda about Xinjiang, China. Unfortunately, much of this propaganda bled into the initial coverage of the covid-19 situation, which prevented many western governments from taking it seriously and enacting the measures necessary to contain the virus. Today, we have Carl Zha to…
 
Have you ever come to the realisation that something you believed to be true was just down right stupid!? Well, now you have the chance to confess all as The Chris Moyles Show hails the return of the Stupid Amnesty! Hear the team head through some fantastic texts and tweets as listeners own up to their stupidity. Also on the show this week we we he…
 
Today, Stuart Schrader, a scholar at Johns Hopkins, joins us to talk about his book: Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing. We go through the history of modern policing in America, how these tactics were spread around the world during the cold war, and finally the repercussions when they came home. Here …
 
Well well well, what an absolutely bumper packed extravaganza of a podcast we have for you this week! We’ve been really looking to have some amazing guests drop by for FaceTimes live on air this week with the likes of singer-songwriter Tom Grennan telling us about his latest single ‘Oh Please’ which is the Radio X Record of the Week and Paddy McGui…
 
Today, Meredith Lair, professor at George Mason University and the author of Armed with Abundance: Consumerism and Soldiering in the Vietnam War examines the consumerist side of war that is hidden from most American’s views. During the episode, we mention the Long Binh Post, which now, currently looks like this: Excerpt from “Armed with Abundance” …
 
You’re twistin’ my melon man! That’s right, we only had Manchester music royalty Shaun Ryder on the show this week! He dropped by on FaceTime to tell Chris all about how he’s coping through lockdown and entertaining his family. As well as this James has developed a brand new game with his ‘Science & Engineering Experiment’ at home - listen to this …
 
Bestselling Shakespeare authority James Shapiro joined us on the Bob Phone from New York, just before the world locked down and the Shakespeare-laden Murder Most Foul unexpectedly dropped. “In a time like this,” he told us, “I find great comfort in the complete works of William Shakespeare and Bob Dylan”. He goes on to link them more closely: “we t…
 
Perhaps no one in history has been as maligned in the Western Press as Joseph Stalin. On December 18, 1878, Yosif Djugashvili was born in what is now the country of Georgia. He was born to a very poor family. His father was a shoemaker. This is Stalin at age 16, when he started studying seminary studies at the University He had to drop out of semin…
 
Who wants to be a listener of the Chris Moyles Show Podcast? Yes you read that right, this week we were lucky enough to be graced with the presence of Toby Tarrant’s Dad and quiz show host extraordinaire Chris Tarrant! Mr. Tarrant called us for a chat about the new drama ‘Quiz’ which he has ‘beef’ with and let us know how he is coping with lockdown…
 
Every previous episode of Pepp Talk was conducted in person but with the global pandemic, we’ve shifted to #PeppTalkatHome and we’re doing our first remote interviews via computer. Our first guest in this new setup is men’s tennis coach Adam Schaechterle. He’s had a remarkable first two seasons in charge of the program and got the Waves back into t…
 
It’s time for another installment of The Chris Moyles Show Podcast! And in the current climate there’s no reason not to listen! Especially as this week marks the return of our Sing Alone Live feature where we get a bunch of unassuming listeners to sing some absolute anthems live on air. As well as this friend of the show and hypnotist Paul McKenna …
 
What is Family? That is a philosophical question that has bugged humans for centuries. In today’s episode, Joseph M. Pierce, explore this issue through the diaries of a late 18th century Argentine family. We explore the differences between the public sphere, the private sphere and the evolving role of women, education in society. In order to approa…
 
Guess who’s back? Back again? Pippa’s back! Tell your friends! It’s a corker of a podcast this week with very special guest appearances from the likes of Marcus Mumford and comedy legend behind the new ‘Baked Potato Song’ Matt Lucas! Plus the team catch up with the one and only Rob DJ ahead of his next live quiz broadcast and we hear Chris present …
 
Editor’s note: This is part 1 of a two-part edition. Listen to part two on Activist #MMT podcast. Because of the Covid-19 crisis, our guest, Ryan Mathis' university has abandoned in-person instruction as of Friday, March 13th. My own Burlington County in New Jersey closed all schools for a month, not to open again until at least April 20th. Since m…
 
So, as this podcast marks another week of the Chris Moyles Show’s continued effort to entertain the nation it also marks another week of Pippa’s slow descent into self-isolation madness...which means more hilarious House Games! This week the team try their hand at the ‘Celebrity Phone Line’ - which famous faces has Pippa been chatting to!? Other ga…
 
Comedian Nish Kumar says: “Bob Dylan is the most enduring and important creative relationship of my life. If you can’t think of one Dylan song you like, then a part of your humanity may be missing”. When Bob and his band played the Hendrix arrangement of All Along The Watchtower at his first (and only) Dylan concert, it was “one of the greatest mom…
 
It’s been quite the week here on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X as the team continue to entertain the nation even if Pippa is having to self isolate with Toby! But, due to the magic of technology she was able to join us live from the Taylor/Tarrant household with some hilarious house games! This week, you can hear the debut of such creations - “W…
 
Four years ago, when Donald Trump was elected President, many of you were shocked. Many wondered, “Where did we go wrong?” Today, I interview author and journalist Max Blumenthal about his book Management of Savagery. Max painstakingly details the foreign policy decisions made during the cold war in the 1970s, and maps the ripple effects of these d…
 
Well, once again we find ourselves at the end of another week on The Chris Moyles Show and what better way to round it off than packing all the best bits into a handy podcast for you all! It was Chris’ week off this week so we had the mighty Mr. Toby Tarrant standing in for him alongside the nation’s 14th (or possibly 13th, we can’t remember) favou…
 
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