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Best Sean Reilly podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Sean Reilly podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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There's no weird like 70s weird, and no 70s weird like Japanese 70s weird! And what better way to experience that special brand of insanity than at complete random, through the lens of Lupin III? In this podcast, Holly, Mark, and Jess watch episodes of Lupin III Red Jacket (1977-1980) in an order decided beforehand by a random list generator. None of the hosts have watched a lot of the series, so for the most part they're going in fresh! Uploads every Thursday.Holly online:http://chum-person ...
 
Kick right-wing butt! Listen to this podcast for a month and you will be able to kick the butt of any right-winger in a debate. I guarantee it! Subjects will include: Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, George Bush, conservative pro-Iraq war draft dodgers, right-wing Christians doing the opposite of what Jesus said in Matthew 25, Ann Coulter, Alan Colmes, Rush Limbaugh, wealth distribution, Al Franken, Republicans, Democrats, Bill Maher. Upcoming will be interviews with live debate.
 
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Regular Friday Morning Coffee host Caitlin Malcuit is on vacation for two weeks, so Daniel Ford and Sean Tuohy step in and discuss movies they wished they saw in theaters from 1997 to 2010. Sean then welcomes back Matthew Reilly, author of the Jack West series, to chat about what movies he's watched in quarantine and what he's working on next. To l…
 
Episode watched: #136 "Revenge of the Gold Butterfly" In this episode, a corrupt businessman razes the jungle to the ground to get to a solid gold mountain! This week we talk about horrible pain, got that firefox do, love is dead, worst bank, Fujiko OUT, no brake cop cars, worst cereal, his name's Maniac, there will be bugs, I MEANT THAT AS A JOKE,…
 
Diksha Basu, author of The Windfall, chats with Daniel Ford about her new book Destination Wedding (out now from Ballantine Books). To learn more about Diksha Basu, visit her official website and follow her on Twitter and Instagram. You can read our review of Destination Wedding in June’s "Books That Should Be On Your Radar." Today’s episode is spo…
 
Justin introduces a classic debate from the Unbelievable? archive in which megachurch pastor Rob Bell defended his controversial 2011 book 'Love Wins’ opposite Adrian Warnock. For Rob Bell https://robbell.com/ For Adrian Warnock https://www.patheos.com/blogs/adrianwarnock/ Subscribe to our newsletter and receive the free Unbelievable? e-book ‘In Co…
 
Author Clay F. Turner joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss his novels Lodesyia and The Dark Phoenix. Caitlin Malcuit also chats about Boston voting to ban the use of facial recognition technology. To learn more about Clay F. Turner, like his Facebook page, and follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Today's Friday Morning Coffee is sp…
 
Episode watched: #007/008, "The Disorient Express" In this episode, Lupin and Fujiko work together to steal the gem collection of the biggest mobster in Sicily while he's on a cross-continental train ride. This week we talk about love to get ma'am-ed, ATLA good, Artemis Fowl, ugly UGLY children, my son the horse, Jigen the fuckup, cabin buddies, Lu…
 
Jon Steingard of the band Hawk Nelson is the latest in a number of Christian personalities who say they've renounced their faith. Jon joins Justin along with Christian thinker Sean McDowell who has written a response blog to Jon’s Instagram announcement. Jon Steingard https://www.instagram.com/jonsteingard Sean McDowell https://seanmcdowell.org/blo…
 
Author and journalism Marc Freeman joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss his latest book, Modern Family: The Untold Oral History of One of Television's Groundbreaking Sitcoms. The pair chat about the show's innovative (and necessary) writing room structure, Ty Burrell's odyssey to landing the role of Phil Dunphy, Fizbo's origin stor…
 
Episode watched: #153 "The Bills That Came From God" In this episode, Lupin's good person reflex is activated by the sweetest nun in the world. This week we talk about love to record, Cutie Holly, the summer of Jess, sci-fi vault, stupid budget, music to shit your pants to, only one men's toilet, expected this, bad disguise job, oh no my morals, cr…
 
Rachel Barenbaum joins Daniel Ford on the show to discuss her debut A Bend in the Stars and her work as debut author editor for A Mighty Blaze. To learn more about Rachel Barenbaum, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, and follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Today’s episode is sponsored by Libro.fm and OneRoom.…
 
Tim Farron is an MP and former leader of the Liberal Democrats. His Christian faith came under scrutiny during the 2017 UK General Election, leading to his resignation as party leader. His autobiography ‘A Better Ambition: Confessions of a faithful liberal’ (SPCK) tells his story. Polly Toynbee is a well-known journalist, political commentator and …
 
Brian Panowich, author of Bull Mountain and Like Lions, returns to the show to chat with Daniel Ford about his new book Hard Cash Valley. Caitlin Malcuit also discusses Breonna Taylor's murder and how you can support her family. To learn more about Brian Panowich, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, and follow him on Twitter and Ins…
 
Episode watched: #042 "Crusin' In Drag" In this episode, in order to sneak onto a boat full of priceless artwork, Lupin has to disguise himself as a woman, and the old creep who owns it naturally falls in love with him. It blows. This week we talk about pre-gaming, league of leg end, Avatar, our sponsor grlboxx, Hank Hell, variations upon a Fujiko,…
 
Tracy Clark, newly minted Edgar Award-winner, talks to Daniel Ford about book three in the Chicago Mystery series, What You Don't See. To learn more about Tracy Clark, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, and follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Today’s episode is sponsored by Libro.fm, Noir at the Bar - New England, and OneRoom.…
 
Dr. Francis Collins is a renowned geneticist who oversaw the Human Genome Project and is currently the director of the National Institutes of Health, USA responding to Covid-19. He founded Biologos, an organisation seeking to show the complementarity of science and faith. His book ’The Language of God’ tells his faith journey. Having been awarded t…
 
Barbara Ross, author of the Maine Clambake Mysteries, joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee to chat about her upcoming Jane Darrowfield series. Caitlin Malcuit also shares her thoughts about recent events following George Floyd’s murder, #BlackLivesMatter, and what people can do to be good allies during this time and going forward. To learn mo…
 
Episode watched: #020 "Goemon's Revenge" In this episode, Goemon has to avenge the death of his master at the hands of the evil pupil that he also trained for some reason. This week we talk about 3 girlfriends and 3 boyfriends, no MOBAs allowed, the blessed crossover, whole body clench, JFK voice lessons, Lupin invented force ghosts, the worf effec…
 
Elizabeth Kadetsky, author of On the Island at the Center of the Center of the World and The Poison That Purifies You, chats with Daniel Ford about her Juniper Award-winning memoir The Memory Eaters. Daniel also talks about the turbulent days following George Floyd's murder by a police officer in Minneapolis. Some reading and listening recommendati…
 
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. This week on the programme I interview five colleagues who participated recently in an Erasmus+ project titled EDUCATE. This project involved developing materials for teachers, providing providing professional development, and conducting research on how to combine challenge and differentiated instruction in t…
 
I want to focus for a few weeks on the current US protests and riots which started with the death by cop of George Floyd. I’ve invited a number of American friends and fans who live in riot hotspots to come on and share with me their experiences and views on how the country can move forwards. But I’m starting the miniseries with my favourite Americ…
 
Is Christianity a positive force for compassion in the world? Prof Paul Gilbert and Dr. Roger Bretherton join Justin for a conversation on psychology, the brain, Christianity and what makes us choose compassion over callousness. Prof Paul Gilbert is a clinical psychologist and leading expert in the study and promotion of compassion. Dr Roger Brethe…
 
Author Hannah Mary McKinnon joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss her latest novel Sister Dear (which was featured in May's "Books That Should Be On Your Radar.") Caitlin Malcuit also chats about HBO Max's launch. To learn more about Hannah Mary McKinnon, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, and follow her on Twitter …
 
Episode watched: #125 "The Big Oil Dollar Plot" In this episode, Lupin is asked to make is snow for a very sick little girl. A very sick little girl who happens to be the princess of an oil-rich middle eastern nation. This week we talk about 125 nice, congratulations lesbians, furry commission, lupin loves his stories, worst security system, unfort…
 
Elliot Ackerman, author of Waiting for Eden and Places and Names, returns to the show to talk about his new novel Red Dress in Black & White. To learn more about Elliot Ackerman, visit his official website and follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Also read our review of Red Dress in Black & White in May's "Books That Should Be On Your Radar" and li…
 
Author and Writer's Bone co-host Daniel Ford reads from his short story collection Black Coffee in this special "Authors Out Loud" episode. To learn more about Daniel Ford, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, and follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Black Coffee and his debut novel Sid Sanford Lives! are available on Bookshop.org.…
 
Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias recently passed away, aged 74. In a special tribute edition of the show Justin is joined by Amy Orr-Ewing, Vince Vitale and Abdu Murray from RZIM to share personal memories and reflect on his life and legacy. For RZIM http://www.rzim.org Read Amy’s personal tribute https://www.premierchristianity.com/Blog/Ravi-Zac…
 
Mike Snyder, long-time podcast listener, security professional and self-confessed libertarian, Fox News watcher and conspiracy theorist, joined us for a two hour chat today about his fears around the coming of the One World Government, the New World Order, Covid conspiracies, and many other fun topics. HOW TO LISTEN If you’re seeing this message, i…
 
Rowan Hisayo Buchanan, author of Harmless Like You, joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss her latest novel Starling Days. Caitlin Malcuit also chats about the documentary "I Am Divine," which is now streaming on Netflix. To learn more about Rowan Hisayo Buchanan, visit her official website and follow her on Twitter and Instagram. To…
 
Episode watched: #057 "Alter-Ego Maniac" In this episode, Zenigata steals a worthless piece of trash that belonged to his ancestor, and is so wracked with guilt he goes to Lupin to help put it back. This week we talk about his horrible slurps, randomized, trophy husband Jess, what make the plane do, Robotnik-lookin ass, worthless crap museum, a bet…
 
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. This week on the podcast my guest is Derek Sivers, a musician who founded the CD company CD Baby before leaving it to write and practise philosophy. His website is well worth checking out. Among the topics we discuss on the podcast are: We all have the ability to be smart or to be stupid and how some environm…
 
Author Chelsea Bieker chats with Daniel Ford about her debut Godshot. To learn more about Chelsea Bieker, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, and follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Also check out Godshot's appearance on April's "Books That Should Be On Your Radar" and pick up the book at Bookshop.org. Today’s episode is sponsored …
 
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist David Maraniss joins Daniel Ford for a conversation about his career, his book A Good American Family, and Ink In Our Blood, the podcast he hosts with Sarah Maraniss Vander Schaaff and Andrew Maraniss. To learn more about David Maraniss, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, and follow him …
 
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. On this week's programme school librarian from the Albemarle School System in the State of Virginia in the United States, Ida Mae Craddock (Mae) makes the case for having a school librarian in every school. We discuss her work as a school librarian. Among the topics covered are: A description of the school sh…
 
Historian Tom Holland, author of ‘Dominion’ recaps his debate with AC Grayling and talks about his recent article for The Telegraph arguing for the Christian roots of the response we are seeing to the Coronavirus pandemic. Also joining the conversation are New Testament scholar Mike Bird co-author of ‘The New Testament In Its World’, and Rev Marcus…
 
Sarah Smith, author of the Alexander Reisden and Perdita Halley series, invites us all to Friday Morning Coffee on Titanic. She also discusses her latest novel Crimes and Survivors with Daniel Ford. Caitlin Malcuit also chats about Lowell Spin's relaunch event and the latest Noir at the Bar - New England. To learn more about Sarah Smith, visit her …
 
Episode watched: #046 "The Island Of Dr. Derange" In this episode, Lupin is auctioned off to the highest bidder at the Wanted Club, who takes him to a mysterious island full of killer cyborgs! This week we talk about podcasts of Alexandria, podracing the anime, crime standup, hackey sacked to death, Jigen on the moon, the mind dimension, shittiest …
 
Lauren Francis-Sharma, author of Til the Well Runs Dry, chats with Daniel Ford about her latest novel Book of the Little Axe (out today from Atlantic Monthly Press). To learn more about Lauren Francis-Sharma, visit her official website and follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Also be sure to tune into the author's virtual appearance at Politics and…
 
Our guest today is musician Peter Catucci, who has carved a pretty incredible career in the music industry since he started groovin’ in the early 1960s. We couldn’t chat with Peter without also bringing on his original groupie, Ken Ford. We also gave the Writer’s Bone crew an assignment, and, as it turned out, a difficult one. We asked our contribu…
 
Presented and produced by Seán Delaney. On this 400th episode of Inside Education I am delighted to be joined by the co-presenter of my favourite podcast, Speak-up Storytelling. Matthew Dicks is also an elementary school teacher and the author of Storyworthy: Engage, teach, persuade, and change your life through the power of storytelling. He blogs …
 
Would the followers of Jesus have been willing to suffer and die for something they knew to be false? Can we be historically confident they were martyred at all? Sean McDowell defends his book ‘The Fate of the Apostles’ against atheist YouTuber Paulogia (aka Paul Ens) following a critical video exchange. For Paulogia’s video https://youtu.be/Hb4w4x…
 
Author and syndicated columnist Curtis Honeycutt joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee discuss his book Good Grammar is the Life of the Party. Caitlin Malcuit also gives us a nonplussed lesson in her favorite and least favorite grammar rules. To learn more about Curtis Honeycutt, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, and follow h…
 
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