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Award-winning actor Alec Baldwin takes listeners into the lives of artists, policy makers and performers. Alec sidesteps the predictable by going inside the dressing rooms, apartments, and offices of people we want to understand better: Ira Glass, Lena Dunham, David Letterman, Barbara Streisand, Tom Yorke, Chris Rock and others. Hear what happens when an inveterate guest becomes a host.
 
"East Side" Dave McDonald & Chris "Pepper" Stanley of Sirius XM Satellite Radio and Sean "O" Barry & Roy "Shaffer" Harter of Skinny Man Studios combine for a fresh, original, sometimes hysterical, sometimes disturbing, and always unique and fun take on Movies & TV! They are...The Watchers!
 
Inspired by the revolutionary ideals of our founders and our rich canon of Irish dramatic writing, our mission is to imaginatively engage with all of Irish society through the production of ambitious, courageous and new theatre in all its forms. We commit to lead in the telling of the whole Irish story, in English and in Irish, and we affirm that the Abbey is a theatre for the entire island of Ireland and for all its people. In every endeavour, we promote inclusiveness, diversity and equality.
 
"John Shore is American's leading non-douchey Christian." -- Dan Savage, Savage Love, and founder of the It Gets Better Project. "John Shore is awesome. The minute I started reading his stuff, I knew he was a brother from another mother." -- Rob Bell, author of Love Wins, Sex God, and Velvet Elvis. "John Shore is a gadfly, calling the Christian Church everywhere to act the way it says it believes about love and justice, which of course makes him an uncomfortable presence in those churches th ...
 
The Opportunity Project presents TOP of the Hour. Through this engaging, one hour podcast Will and Whitney will discuss youth topics whether it be youth initiatives, opportunities to get involved or social issues; we want to tackle it all. Each week we will invite a guest who will speak to a different topic and we invite you, the listeners, to get involved and ask your questions.
 
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(Recorded October 6, 2021) Even if you don’t know the name Merry Clayton, you know her voice. It’s the one belting on The Rolling Stones’ Gimme Shelter and it is remarkable - you can actually hear Mick Jagger hooting and hollering in the background after Clayton sings the hook. Clayton started providing backing vocals for Bobby Darin as a teenager …
 
(Recorded September 2021) Actress Marilu Henner is known for a lot of things, from her groundbreaking role as Elaine Nardo on Taxi to her New York Times bestselling books on health and wellness to her amazing, nearly one-of-a-kind memory. But what shines through in every story, joke, and answer she gives Alec is her positivity and joy. Henner is so…
 
The Pentagonal Dream Under Snow a single figure speaks with five separate male voices. The voices do not talk directly to one another and appear to be different people, but each is a strand of the whole man. Each voice tries to explain, justify and in the end, understand. The voices can be identified by their order of appearance: Father, Murderer, …
 
(Recorded October 4, 2021) Journalist Nicolas Niarchos may be the grandson of a famous Greek shipping magnate, but he can be found covering challenging and dangerous subjects like conflicts, minerals, and migration in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He is a reporter at large at The New Yorker and a contributor to TIME, The Guardian, The New Yor…
 
Alabama and Auburn seem to be, in some order, the SEC's best hoops teams. Chris Lee and Blake Lovell talk about what's standing out about both teams so far, and hit a number of other topics, including LSU's surprising defense, how Tennessee will go as Kennedy Chandler goes, why Kentucky's slow start may not last, Florida and South Carolina's incons…
 
Did You Hear the One About the Irishman? is a painful love story divided by sectarianism, and punctuated by the tasteless racist jokes of an anti-Irish comedian. Allison’s family don’t want her to marry Brian, a Catholic whose brother is serving a life sentence for terrorist offences. Brian’s family don’t want him to marry Allison, as she is a Prot…
 
(Recorded in June 2021) Filmmaker Tony Palmer’s more than 100 documentaries have featured everyone from Cream to Stravinsky; Jimi Hendrix to Yehudi Menuhin; Leonard Cohen to Richard Wagner. He collaborated with Frank Zappa on the surreal cult-classic 200 Motels and with his friend, John Lennon on All You Need is Love, a multipart series on the earl…
 
An Triail is set in Ireland during the 1960s and deals with the pregnancy, and subsequent single motherhood, of a young woman, Máire Ní Chathasaigh. She is shunned by her family after becoming impregnated by Pádraig, a married man and a teacher in the local school, and must leave her parish and move to Dublin to find work to support herself and her…
 
(Recorded June 2021) Estonian conductor Paavo Järvi is one of the most in-demand maestros in the world, and one of Alec’s favorite conductors. Järvi is currently the chief conductor of the NHK symphony orchestra in Tokyo and the Tonhalle Orchester-Zürich. Over his career, he’s led orchestras in Paris, Frankfurt, Stockholm, Malmö, and, for the decad…
 
Set in the district court of Barrabeg, Co. Kerry, a judge presides over the case of a 13-year-old girl about to be sent to an Industrial School. A humane solicitor argues that young children need “kissing and caressing”, while the Mother Superior of the orphanage, where the girl grew up, says they need harsh discipline in order to learn “humility”.…
 
(Recorded September 2021) British documentarian Lucy Walker is asking big questions with her latest film, Bring Your Own Brigade. Specifically, why are there more catastrophic wildfires worldwide, and what could mitigate the destruction? Her gripping film focuses on real people impacted by two 2018 California wildfires, “The Camp Fire,” which kille…
 
The loss of traditional rural values in the West of Ireland is central to this play. The results of emigration from the region are no weddings and no children. Those left there are left to totter in to old age. But Sanbatch Daly, a descendant of the derelict Big House is determined to reverse the problem of rural decline. When Con arrives to cut do…
 
PowerMizzou.com's Gabe DeArmond joins us to preview the Missouri-Florida game and how Missouri fans are feeling about Eli Drinkwitz two years in. Gabe makes the point that Tyler Badie might be the SEC's second-best offensive player, talks about basketball coach Cuonzo Martin'z job security, discusses why Texas wasn't a popular addition to the leagu…
 
Outkick's Trey Wallace joins us to talk SEC football. Topics include what's happening with Dan Mullen and Florida, whether Georgia has vulnerabilities on offense and defense (and whether Alabama could exploit them), why Lane Kiffin should be the SEC Coach of the Year, how Mike Leach has quickly transformed Mississippi State and more.…
 
(Recorded July 2021) Glenn Shepard, Ph.D., is an ethnobotanist and medical anthropologist who’s worked with indigenous people in the Amazon for decades. Filipe DeAndrade is the host of Nat Geo Wild’s Untamed. These remarkable storytellers have a way of making you care about people, places, and animals that are often overlooked and misunderstood. Th…
 
Set in the midst of the poverty, dirt and smells of the Liffey Lane tenements. Food and decent clothing are scarce, and illness common particularly among the children. But there is also kindness and decency, neighbours looking out for each other, a community very different from that of the small Irish town, but still bound together. But this commun…
 
Outkick's Trey Wallace opines on Florida coach Dan Mullen's situation before talking about Alabama's lackluster performance in a win over LSU. Can Georgia-Tennessee be more interesting than people think? What should we expect in Auburn-Mississippi State? And does LSU have one more surprise left against Arkansas? Trey ends by talking about the impor…
 
(Recorded July 2021) Marla Frazee’s an award-winning children’s book author and illustrator. She also the genius behind Boss Baby, the business-suit-wearing, hard-charging infant who changed Alec’s life. Marla Frazee says she tackles serious topics such as babies, birthday cake, boxer shorts, boys, and roller coasters. She’s been honored twice with…
 
A one-act play set on a sunny afternoon on the north-west coast of Ireland. Pat Scully, a man of 60, stands at the open door of his house and looks out at this garden and the hill-side beyond. Over the course of the action his son John, his daughter-in-law Mary and a visiting English painter and his wife - Kenneth and Ismay Leslie - come and go. Jo…
 
Bill King of The Bill King Show brings tremendous insight on what's happening around the SEC, including Dan Mullen's meltdown at Florida, LSU's coaching search, a look at three even matchups in Auburn-Texas A&M, Arkansas-Mississippi St. and Kentucky-Tennessee, thoughts on Hugh Freeze's return to Ole Miss (and a great landing spot for Freeze next), …
 
A comic tale of Irish village life centring on Thomas Coppinger, a stonecutter, and his wife Mary who states from the outset how much happier she would be in America. When two whales are beached during the night, and the villagers consider that their oil is worth hatfuls of gold, it seems like all of their wishes may finally have come true...Cast:B…
 
A dramatic exploration of the occult, the play features a seance in which Jonathan Swift's voice is projected though a medium, along with those of his two lovers, Stella and Vanessa. The Dublin Spiritualists' Association is about to hold a seance in rooms once visited by Stella, the name Jonathan Swift gave to his beloved Esther Johnson. One of the…
 
Alabama routed Mississippi State coming off its first loss of the season; what do we make of the Crimson Tide right now? Tony Tsoukalas of BamaInsider.com gives us his take on both sides of the ball. Can the Crimson Tide be a two-loss College Football Playoff team? Can Bryce Young win the Heisman? Those are among the football topics, plus, Tony tal…
 
Outkick's Trey Wallace talks about LSU's firing of Ed Orgeron, and discusses who might replace him. He and host Chris Lee discuss the ugly incident with Tennessee fans on Saturday night (Wallace was on the field for that) and how it overshadowed a good game and a tremendous performance by Ole Miss's Matt Corral. Plus, some thoughts on Auburn and Mi…
 
Outkick's Trey Wallace joins The 14 to discuss Tennessee's 4-2 start under the direction of coach Josh Heupel, discuss Ed Orgeron's slim chance of survival at LSU, give his takeaways on Alabama-Texas A&M, Georgia's dominance and the one team that might be able to upset the Bulldogs under the right conditions.…
 
GamecockCentral.com's Chris Clark joins The 14 to discuss South Carolina's 3-2 start, and what coach Shane Beamer has done to energize the fan base and change the program culture. Chris tells us the story on walk-on-turned-star Jaylen Foster, talks about Kingsley Enagbare's value to the team and Carolina's running-game struggles. The podcast ends w…
 
It's October, and Kentucky fans haven't yet flipped the calendar to basketball because of a 5-0 football team that just upset a ranked Florida squad. CatsIllustrated.com's Justin Rowland talks about the Wildcats' improved offense with running back Chris Rodriguez and Wan'Dale Robinson doing big things so far, and the 'Cats continued excellence on d…
 
Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin has Ole Miss off to a 3-0 start behind one of the most exciting offenses in the country, led by perhaps its best player in Matt Corral. RebelGrove's Chase Parham talks about the Rebels' start and the matchup against Alabama, dives into Ole Miss's defensive improvements and talks some about the recruitment of Arch Manning.…
 
HawgBeat.com managing editor Andrew Hutchinson joins us to discuss the Razorbacks' huge win over Texas A&M last weekend. Hutchinson talks about how Sam Pittman has turned things around so quickly, why Chad Morris failed, how good KJ Jefferson is, how important Treylon Burks is, and the reasons behind the Razorbacks' stellar defensive effort so far.…
 
On this special bonus episode of the ThrillGeek Podcast, we sit down and chat with Lora Sauls from Universal Orlando Resort, Senior Manager, The Creative Development Group & Show Direction at Universal Orlando Resort about Halloween Horror Nights 2021, AND a special guest make an appearance at the end of the interview. If you listen on Apple Podcas…
 
Tom Jones’ booming baritone has led him to sell over 100 million records in his nearly six-decade career. He had a string of hits in the mid-1960s including “It’s Not Unusual,” “What’s New Pussycat?” “She’s A Lady,” “Green, Green Grass Of Home,” “I’ll Never Fall In Love Again,” and “Delilah.” Now in his early 80s, Tom Jones is still going strong wi…
 
TexAgs.com's Olin Buchanan helps preview A&M's matchup with Arkansas. The Aggies need to get the ball to play-makers Isaiah Spiller, Devin Achane, Ainias Smith and Jalen Wydermyer, but will quarterback and offensive line play allow that to happen? On the other side, A&M's defensive line and secondary have been outstanding, though the Aggies may hav…
 
GatorTerritory.com's Nick de la Torre (Rivals) sheds some context on Florida's near-miss of an upset of Alabama, including how important play on both sides of the line were on Saturday. Nick and host Chris Lee talk about the importance of UF developing a running game, the quarterback dynamics between Emory Jones and Anthony Richardson, the importan…
 
On this episode of the podcast, Barry and Clint discuss both Howl-O-Scream at Busch Gardens Tampa and the NEW Howl-O-Scream at SeaWorld Orlando! They also discuss media day for Remy's Ratatouille Adventure at EPCOT, Star Wars: Rise of The Resistance going to standby only, and MORE! f you listen on Apple Podcasts, please take a few seconds and leave…
 
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