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Join comedy duo Anna and Emily as they take a look at the gems of their childhood with fresh eyes. Ace Ventura, Sex and the City, Friends... are they still legit?Anna Leong Brophy and Emily Lloyd-Saini are two halves of sketch act EGG. Find them @eggcomedy on all the social medias. Cover photo by Garry MacLennan Jingles by Mawaan Rizwan
 
While most movie reviewers focus on films out now, David and Michael Rainey decided to review movies from ten to twenty years ago. These are movies that were ignored when they were first released, didn't get the marketing push to be well known, or simply had the bad luck to be released opposite a much more popular blockbuster. It's time to give these movies a second chance.
 
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On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Professor Danny Blanchflower of Dartmouth College, a former committee member of the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee (2006-2009). He discusses his take on what the government's response should be to the coronavirus economic crisis, why austerity after the 2008 financial crisis under David C…
 
Kweku Adoboli served his time for white-collar crime in the UK. The last time we caught up with him, he was being pursued for deportation by the Home Office.Under the Hostile Environment Policy, the then-home secretary decided that although he’d served his time – and lived in the UK for the majority of his life – he was to be deported to his native…
 
It’s hard to find a more loaded subject in governance and international relations than democracy. On the national level, it’s supposed to be a safe way of ensuring that governments are accessible and responsive to the people. Yet, internationally, it can be a major source of insecurity, and one that’s driven by the maneuverings of foreign powers. I…
 
On this episode of Going Underground, we firstly speak to the head of the UN Support Mission to Libya, Stephanie Turco Williams. She discusses the situation regarding the coronavirus pandemic in the country, which has been in turmoil since the killing of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, how foreign interference and arms coming in from abroad are fuelling t…
 
It is over three years since the fire at Grenfell Tower killed 72 people and scarred the lives of many more. Countless promises have been made to the residents of North Kensington since then and assurances given that such an atrocity could never happen again. But as the Labour amendments to the Fire Safety Bill were voted down by MPs last week in p…
 
The US has made a major ruling on popular video-sharing app TikTok, a decision which will see further downloads of the application banned. We dive into the controversial ruling and what it means for the future of US-China relations. Plus, we break down the space travel renaissance and how private firms are shaping the path of finances in the final …
 
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the collapse in demand in the commercial real estate sector as the asset class is redefined overnight due to lockdown and people working from home. They also look at the ballooning deficit as the game of Monopoly nears its end. In the second half, Max interviews economist Dr. Michael Hudso…
 
Six months into the greatest pandemic in a century, Covid-19 has re-shaped every aspect of American business. As commercial spaces struggle to pay rent while metropolitan areas empty, Boom Bust co-host Ben Swann explains the trajectory of the corporate world. Also, when all is said and done in the way of government relief packages and stimulus chec…
 
The weather is getting more extreme by the year and conversations about climate change are growing along with it. So when Michael Moore made the movie ‘Planet of the Humans’, criticizing the corporate co-optation of the green movement, he came under attack from well-connected activists. Lee Camp reports on how Bill McKibben, one of the targets of M…
 
Maurice Cook is the founder & executive director of Serve Your City DC. He has been helping underserved communities in the capital for two decades. In his interview with Lee Camp he's able to provide insights into how the city and society in general is best able to help the most vulnerable people in our society through the coronavirus crisis. They …
 
Over the past three presidential election cycles there is clear evidence voters are attracted to the message of non-interventionism and are wary of forever wars. This most certainly helped Trump in 2016. But his time in office has beenspotty at best. Now Joe Biden appears to embrace the same foreign policies as Bush and Obama. I guess nothing will …
 
The TikTok saga is hitting the home stretch as the Trump administration is set to rule on the fate of the wildly popular video-sharing app. We analyze the future of the social media superstar and how China is responding to the move. Plus, the race for a vaccine is heating up as several candidates are offering promising results, but what does the ti…
 
This film changes the entire discussion and is very important before the 2020 election. The debate over the sanctity of life is at the center of the upcoming prolife film, “The Order of Rights.” Releasing October 2,2020, from Stone Road Productions on streaming platforms Amazon, Google, and VUDU, the movie raises the issue of whether a child in the…
 
As the future remains uncertain in the wake of Covid-19, gold has seen a spike in value as investors flee to safe haven assets. Meanwhile, the US government has outlined a plan to make coronavirus vaccines free to all Americans once a candidate has successfully gained regulatory approval. Plus, the Federal Reserve has announced plans to hold rates …
 
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the fact that for all of our virtue signaling, most plastic is not, in fact, recycled. It is just dumped in the landfill with all our other trash. The marketing ploy, however, has kept us from changing our toxic lifestyles. They also discuss the Fed not buying any junk bonds even though th…
 
Bush I didn't do it, Clinton didn't do it. Bush II didn't do it. Obama didn't do it. Declaring “the dawn of a new Middle East,” President Donald Trump on Tuesday presided over the signing of historic diplomatic pacts between Israel and two Gulf Arab nations that he hopes will lead to a new order in the Mideast and cast him as a peacemaker at the he…
 
Will justice be done? In a London court, not only is Julian Assange on trial, but so is freedom of speech and the profession of journalism. What explains the sparse media coverage of this trial? Why haven’t more journalists spoken out? And, is Assange being used as a targeted example for those who challenge the powers that be?CrossTalking with Tayl…
 
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Donald Trump’s former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci. He discusses how Donald Trump has changed since becoming president, how the president has become more child-like, the Trump administration’s coronavirus response, the Trump campaign’s chances against Joe Biden, and more! F…
 
Tensions have escalated between the US and China as the Trump administration bans the import of certain goods from the Chinese region of Xinjiang. Plus, the race for a Covid-19 vaccine has accelerated to record time, causing some uncertainty as Germany announces it will provide €750 million in funding to three biotech companies working on the vacci…
 
According to the Times, Top communications official Michael Caputo blasted government scientists for plotting against Pres. Trump also warned Trump's followers to be prepared for an armed insurrection when Democratic nominee Joe Biden refuses to concede the election."When Donald Trump refuses to stand down at the inauguration, the shooting will beg…
 
The TikTok saga has seen yet another shock twist as Oracle has made an agreement with ByteDance, the parent company of TikTok, beating out the favored tech giant Microsoft. Plus, after a hiatus, AstraZeneca and Oxford University have resumed trials for their Covid-19 vaccine. And while many sectors of the economy continue to struggle amid the pande…
 
At a campaign rally in Nevada, President Donald Trump on Saturday repeated his claims that mail-in ballots would contribute to widespread voter fraud in the November election.“The Democrats are trying to rig this election because that’s the only way they’re going to win,” he said to cheers and applause. However, BLM and ANTIFA could use intimidatio…
 
Emily once again shirks her real responsibilities (a comedy podcast) to kick back and relax (keep her newborn alive) so Anna alone is joined by comedian, writer, actor and fellow rabid Jim Carrey fan Jack Barry to talk Ace Ventura 2: When Nature Calls. Is it Still Legit? We talk barbershop etiquette, invent the Brophy Test and decide that everyone …
 
On this episode of Going Underground, Afshin Rattansi speaks to economist Jeffrey Sachs. Sachs discusses the coronavirus pandemic, the Trump administration’s response to the pandemic and why he finds it disastrous, the success of China and New Zealand and comparatively poorer countries such as Vietnam against Covid-19. The conversation becomes heat…
 
The global race to develop a vaccine against the novel coronavirus has already entered the final phase of large-scale human trials, with hopes for the spectacular finish arriving as early as this fall. But given that most developers are running in pretty much the same direction by targeting a single viral protein, how high is the risk of an eventua…
 
It's the 19th anniversary of the deadliest terror attacks on American soil, the 9/11 attacks...has the threat gone away, has the media backed away from telling the truth about it? We'll speak with the sister of the pilot whose plane crashed into the Pentagon, Debra Burlingame.Which anti-Trump Cable News Network Head not only offered debate advice f…
 
What we hear from right-wing conservative Republicans in the US and what we hear from right-wing conservative Republicans living in China is very, very different. Never was there a more dramatic contrast than the disparity in perspective between people back in America and people on the ground, living in China. Why are they getting their wires cross…
 
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