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Slowly but surely, Tom Morgan is establishing himself as one of the next generation of household names, with an ever-increasing fan base and a growing amount of support from the industry’s biggest DJs. From Bogota to Bangkok, Budapest to Dubai, Tom has forged a reputation as one of the most diligent and versatile artists on the circuit; a view also shared by Desyn Masiello, who tipped him as ‘a DJ who’ll break through in 2006’ in the DJ Mag Top 100 poll. Tom's tireless devotion to the craft ...
 
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Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling each week. This week's episode the Warren brothers review the UCI Road World Championships and look forward to the upcoming races in Belgium, the Netherlands and Italy. The Warren's are disappointed about the outcomes for the US riders but are glad Chloe Dygert has a favorable prog…
 
First, Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's reacts to President Trump's nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Next, Jake presses Republican Sen. Tom Cotton on the GOP push to confirm Barrett just days before the election. Then, Jake pushes Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin on the effort by some in his party to expand the s…
 
September 21, 2020 – The Great War is over, but the Spanish Influenza continues to deliver the butcher’s bill. Everywhere, children are dying. But in Philadelphia, they’re also disappearing — and they all have one thing in common: They’re immigrants. We dive into a riveting novel set 100 years ago that’s eerily familiar today with acclaimed novelis…
 
First, Jake talks with former President Bill Clinton about the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Then, he interviews Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar and White House aide Marc Short about what comes next for the vacant high court seat. Next, Jake interviews Admiral Brett Giroir on the coronavirus death toll approaching 200,…
 
First, Jake asks Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti about the record wildfires ravaging California, as well as President Trump's response to the crisis. Next, Jake confronts White House Trade Adviser Peter Navarro about the President's decision to downplay the risk from the coronavirus early on. Then, Jake presses Democratic Rep. Val Demings of Florid…
 
Randy and Dean Warren catch up on the latest in professional cycling as the Tour de France nears the halfway mark of the rescheduled three week race. The general classification starts to shape up and the green points jersey race intensifies. We recap the previous exciting weekend of racing and look forward to the next mountain stages. US women are …
 
Sep 7, 2020 – On September 11, 2001, Al-Qaeda sought to break the American union, aiming at what they saw as fatal flaws in our democratic system. Two decades later, the man who was governor of the Empire State on that day of infamy dares to ask, “Did the terrorists win?” In this episode, the 53rd governor of New York, George E. Pataki, joins us to…
 
First, Dana sits down for an exclusive wide-ranging interview with Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris. They discuss President Trump's coronavirus response and promises of a vaccine by the end of the year, the national debate over criminal justice reform, campaigning during a pandemic and much more. Then, Dana presses Veterans A…
 
Randy and Dean Warren talk each week about cycling and professional racing and are excited this week to recap the first six stages of the Tour de France. Unsure the race would take place in 2020 it's a supreme pleasure to be able to watch the race unfold during these uncertain times. EF Education First's American Neilson Powless celebrated his 24th…
 
First, Dana presses Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson on if President Trump is inflaming tensions following violence in Wisconsin and Oregon. Then, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff responds to the White House decision to cancel in-person election briefings for Congress. Next, Dana asks Congressional Black Caucus Chair Karen Bass about Pre…
 
Aug 24, 2020 – What if your grandparents had narrowly escaped a genocide that left one million people dead, just because they shared your faith and ethnic background? That’s part of the Karayanis family story, in the mass murder of Greeks by Ottoman Turkey that followed the Great War. Our guide back to the 20th Century’s first genocide, is Greek-Au…
 
First, Jake presses Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf on President Trump's "law and order" messaging and his attacks on mail-in voting. Then, Jake talks to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi about Democrats' efforts to approve additional Postal Service funds amid stalled coronavirus aid negotiations. Finally, Jake asks former White House Communi…
 
Randy and Dean are joined with Josie Fouts who is preparing to set the women's hour track record at the San Diego velodrome. The Warren brothers also discuss the recent races in Europe including the thrilling Criterium du Dauphine. American Sepp Kuss caps off a successful 5 stages for Team Jumbo-Visma by winning the final day in Megeve.…
 
First, Jake presses White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on President Trump’s false attacks on mail-in voting and the crisis at the Postal Service. Then, Jake interviews Sen. Bernie Sanders and asks him about progressive criticism of Sen. Kamala Harris. Finally, Jake asks Sen. Cory Booker about the significance of having Harris on the Democratic…
 
Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest in professional cycling at the World Tour is in full swing after the coronavirus pandemic break from racing. Team Jumbo-Visma looks to be the stronger of the two super teams with Primoz Roglic besting Team Ineos' Egan Bernal at the Tour de l'Ain in France. Another head to head matchup takes place later in th…
 
August 10, 2020 – Lizzie Borden has been testified against by generations of children in a nursery rhyme, and continually convicted in the court of public opinion. But did she swing the axe that whacked her parents, or didn’t she? We dig into the 1893 murder trial with first-time author Cara Robertson. She brings us The Trial of Lizzie Borden: A Tr…
 
First, Dana drills down into President Trump's new executive actions and tries to separate truth from fiction with White House chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow. Then, Dana gets reaction from Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and presses her on whether negotiations on Capitol Hill are dead. Finally, Dana talks to Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine about h…
 
In a rare two episode release day, the Warren brothers talk about the latest in professional cycling as the 2020 road race season has resumed in Europe. Multiple races have taken place and are in progress as Randy and Dean break down the first World Tour race in the second half of the season, Strade Bianche. The Warrens also talk about the stage ra…
 
The Warren Cycling Podcast caught up with Equipe Paule Ka's Leah Thomas to talk to her about her excellent Strade Bianche result as well as many other topics. Leah shares her how she became a professional cyclist story as well as her secrets to enjoying long training rides. She also informs on the current racing and living conditions for the profes…
 
First, Dana presses White House coronavirus coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx on why the US is so far behind other countries in trying to contain the coronavirus. Then, Dana talks to House Majority Whip James Clyburn about the latest on the coronavirus aid negotiations on Capitol Hill. Then, Dana asks Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas about Pre…
 
Florida Velo's Michael Hernandez joins Randy and Dean Warren to talk about the recent racing in northern Georgia. Michael also discusses his transition from aging out of Aevolo's U23 program to racing for Florida Velo. In Spain the Volta a Burgos has completed two stages so far as the regional race has taken on a higher importance this year. The Wa…
 
July 27, 2020 – Video killed the radio star, and the talkies killed Vaudeville, but some legends adapt to changing times. In this episode, we meet one such innovator, who made a series of leaps from New York City’s Hippodrome to Hollywood, with many entertaining stops and in between. Born in the San Francisco of 1883 as Katherine Gertrude Hay, Gert…
 
First, Jake presses Assistant Secretary for Health Adm. Brett Giroir on continued coronavirus testing supply shortages in the U.S. The, Jake talks to President Trump's top economic adviser Larry Kudlow about the administration's plan for another coronavirus relief package, with reaction from Congressional Black Caucus Chair Rep. Karen Bass. Jake al…
 
In Episode 213 Randy and Dean catch up on the latest cycling news. The Warren brothers hold their collective breaths in the hope that the World Tour revised schedule will actually begin in the next coming weeks. Racing has resumed in Romania for the men and Spain for women where World Champ Annemiek van Vleuten (Mitchelton-Scott) won solo the Emaku…
 
First, Jake talks with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves about increasing coronavirus cases across the country and whether they will implement a mask mandate or a stay-at-home order. Jake also interviews Massachusetts Rep. Ayanna Pressley and House Democratic Whip Rep. Jim Clyburn about the legacy of the late Rep. Joh…
 
July 13, 2020 – He’s the ultimate Civil War baby gone bad, born in 1866 with the modest handle of Robert Leroy Parker. So how did that dirt-poor son of a Mormon farmer grow up into a horse thief, rustler, and bank robber who ran with the Wild Bunch? Charles Leerhsen explores the origin story of a famous outlaw who never killed a soul in Butch Cassi…
 
First, Dana presses Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on the administration’s push to reopen schools in the fall. Then, Dana gets House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s reaction to DeVos and her view on the current state of coronavirus relief negotiations in Congress. Then, Dana talks to Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez on the skyrocketing coronavirus ca…
 
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest professional cycling news and their own exploits on the bicycle each week. Team Ineos elected not to renew four time Tour de France winner Chris Froome's contract after his current one expires at the end of 2020. Israel Start-Up Nation signs Froome for five years. Team Rally has a special expert to assist…
 
First, Dana Bash interviews FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn about a claim made by President Trump that 99% of coronavirus cases are "totally harmless.” Then, Dana speaks to Austin Mayor Steve Adler about his reaction to the President’s claim and how soon Austin hospitals will reach capacity. Next, Dana talks with GOP Senator Joni Ernst about Presiden…
 
Randy and Dean Warren talk each week about the latest in professional cycling as well as their own personal riding. Dean has been riding in Germany lately and Randy is riding in North Carolina. UAE Team Emirates' Tadej Pogacar defeated Jumbo Visma's Primoz Roglic in the Slovenian national time trial race, while amateur racing has gotten underway in…
 
June 29, 2020 – Doctor. Major General. Hero of the American Revolution. Martyr who spilled his lifeblood fighting the British at Bunker Hill. And yet most of us have never heard of him. Our guide on this journey is Christian Di Spigna, who brings us Founding Martyr: The Life and Death of Dr. Joseph Warren, the American Revolution’s Lost Hero. Chris…
 
First, Jake interviews Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar about the escalating coronavirus pandemic and how the United states is trying to stop it. Then, Jake talks with former National Security Adviser John Bolton in a wide-ranging interview on reports that Russia is offering a bounty for terrorists in Afghanistan to kill US troops and …
 
The Warren Cycling Podcast's very own Randy Warren successfully Everested, climbing 29,029 feet last week on Friday! EF Education First's Lachlan Morton returned to set the Everesting record as his first attempt was nullified by bad data. USA Cycling asks Billy Innes to step down and Team Jumbo Visma's Primoz Roglic wins the Slovenian National Road…
 
First, Jake talks with House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler about the President’s decision to fire the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman and criticisms made by former National Security Adviser John Bolton about the impeachment investigation. Then, Jake interviews former US Attorney for the Southern Di…
 
June 15, 2020 – Investigative journalist and attorney Gerald Posner shares the highpoints of the pharmaceutical industry’s transformational successes, as well the moments they’d prefer to keep buried. We go along for the ride in his latest book, Pharma: Greed, Lies, and the Poisoning of America. It’s a page-turning journey to meet the scientists wh…
 
First, Jake talks with House Democratic Whip Rep. Jim Clyburn about the killing of Rayshard Brooks and upcoming policing reform legislation in Congress. Then, Jake interviews White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow on the current recession and the lack of transparency in government coronavirus relief loans. Next, Jake talks with Democratic Rep. I…
 
First, Jake talks with former Secretary of State Gen. Colin Powell in a wide-ranging interview on President Trump's leadership during nationwide protests on racial injustice and America's role in the world. Powell says he is supporting former Vice President Joe Biden in the 2020 election. Then, Jake interviews Housing and Urban Development Secretar…
 
June 1, 2020 – Meet the commanders who led America to Victory in mankind’s most terrible conflict before they had stars on their shoulders. Our guide on this journey is 82nd Airborne veteran and paratrooper Benjamin Runkle. He brings us Generals in the Making: How Marshall, Eisenhower, Patton, and Their Peers Became the Commanders Who Won World War…
 
First, Jake talks with St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter about the killing of George Floyd in Minnesota and protests nationwide over his death. Then, Jake interviews Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on the threat of coronavirus during these protests and New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker on how to fight racism in the United States. Next, Jake talks with nati…
 
Randy and Dean Warren catch up on the latest cycling news including more Everesting attempts. The Warren brothers discuss group riding during these coronavirus times and talk about the bicycle boom in the United States. Bicycle shops across the nation are facing supply shortages as more people are buying bikes and getting out and riding.…
 
First, Dana talks with White House adviser Kevin Hassett about the economic outlook during the coronavirus pandemic and another potential aid package from Congress. Then, Dana interviews New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy about beaches reopening on Memorial Day and how his state is reopening the economy. Next, Dana talks with Florida Sen. Rick Scott about…
 
In Episode 207 Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest cycling news including the changes at Strava. Dean reveals his failed attempt to wear a mask during exercise, and Randy discusses his upcoming Everest attempt. The UCI has a full calendar out and the Warren brothers hope for lots of racing in the fall to talk about. Team Ineos' Chris Froome…
 
May 18, 2020 – In an iconic, ad-libbed moment at the old Yankee Stadium, a terminally ill baseball player declared himself “the luckiest man on the face of the earth.” A decade earlier, he’d sat down to write the remarkable story of his career in newspaper columns that remained buried for almost a century — until now. In Lou Gehrig: The Lost Memoir…
 
First, Jake talks with Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar about the US testing response to the coronavirus pandemic and what's next as states being to reopen. Then, Jake talks to California Gov. Gavin Newsom about his state's looming budget deficit amid the coronavirus outbreak. Next, Jake talks to Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine about efforts …
 
First, Jake talks with White House senior economic adviser Kevin Hassett about dire new economic numbers during the coronavirus outbreak and new cases among White House staff. Then, Jake interviews Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker about his plan to reopen his state in the face of continued new cases and deaths. Next, Jake talks with Atlanta Mayor Keisha…
 
In Episode 205 the Warren brothers talk about their own rides and the new UCI race calendar. Who knows if the races will take place as planned but it will be a wildly packed season from August through the beginning of November if they do take place. Randy and Dean touch on the recent Zwift races and appreciate they are able to ride outdoors through…
 
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