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Welcome to D-Broncs Podcast, a fan hosted Denver Broncos podcast for all your news, analysis and opinions involving the Denver Broncos. Hosted by: Austin Etheridge, Kevin Etheridge, Ian Etheridge. Like, share and subscribe anywhere you listen to podcasts, and don't forget to follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/D_BroncsPodcast
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The Broncos have a new head coach and it's none other than the legendary SEAN PAYTON! The guys get together for the first time in 2023 to talk this exciting new hire and how they believe it will effect the culture, organization, and performance of the team. They then give a few free agent quick takes as free agency approaches before closing the sho…
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Austin, Ian and Kevin get together for the first episode in a few weeks to discuss the way the offense has struggled, contributing to the current 4 game losing streak the team finds themselves in. They also discuss possible trade candidates before giving their predictions on this week's game (in London) vs the Jacksonville Jaguars.…
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Kevin, Austin, and Ian discuss the state of the team coming out of their Week 2 win against the 49ers as they sit tied atop the division. They break down the excellent defense and what they believe is the issue with the offense and what their expectations are for it moving forward. Later, they talk Raiders week and give their predictions.…
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Kevin, Ian, and Austin get together to go over their thoughts regarding the final 53 man roster before turning their attention to the Broncos opening season game vs the Seahawks, with Russell Wilson returning to Lumen Field as a member of the opposing team. Finally, they will go through each game on the 2022 season and give their thoughts on what t…
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Austin, Ian, and Kevin get together for the first episode of the 2022 season, and the first episode of the Russell Wilson, Nathaniel Hackett, and Walton-Penner eras. They got through their top takeaways from the first game of the preseason before discussing the signing of new ILB Joe Schobert, the WR roster battle, and various other topics present …
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The Broncos have recently pulled off a MASSIVE trade to acquire former Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson, finally ending the QB carousel the Broncos have endured since the end of the Peyton Manning era. Austin, Ian and Kevin get together to discuss this huge acquisition as well as Randy Gregory and the other additions the team has added so far in …
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The guys get together for the first time since mid-November to talk about their takeaways from the season and the early part of the offseason. They discuss the new coaching staff and the inevitable conversation about QB and what they think may happen with the position this offseason. Finally, they discuss some of the Broncos pending free agents and…
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Austin and Ian discuss what they saw in the Broncos home loss to the Eagles and give their stance on Teddy's non-tackle and Gordon's lost fumble that seemed to decide the game for them. They then discuss continued coaching woes and the fact that they are still somehow in playoff contention. Battle (Boss) by BoxCat Games From the Free Music Archives…
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Ian and Austin bid their farewells to Broncos legend Von Miller and talk the trade deadline moves and non-moves. They also discuss their thoughts on whether fans should be rooting to lose and what their outlook is moving forward through the season. Battle (Boss) by BoxCat Games From the Free Music Archives, CC BY…
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Ian, Austin, and Kevin get together to talk about the first loss of the season to the Ravens and why they are worried (injuries, play calling) before shifting and discussing reasons to be less worried and talk Broncos fans off a cliff a little bit. Later they discuss what they expect in Week 5 vs the Steelers. Battle (Boss) by BoxCat Games From the…
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Full team of Austin, Kevin and Ian get together to talk about the Broncos 3-0 start and their beatdown of the Jets in the home opener. They also talk about new signing, WR David Moore, the mounting injuries, the good and the bad of the team's performance, and their expectations moving forward. Battle (Boss) by BoxCat Games From the Free Music Archi…
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For this wrap-up episode we've switched sides of the microphone to interview our host for the last 39 episodes, Ian Quick. (With thanks to Sam Meikle for taking over interviewing duties.)He talks about his formative experiences in the development & conflict management sectors, and why oral history felt like a meaningful contribution at this point i…
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"The only ethical way of doing this research is to stay involved in a profound manner, & to maintain these friendships and relationships."Judith Verweijen is a researcher who has spent a decade-plus interviewing soldiers and militias in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.We talk through what her process looks like, what men under arms actuall…
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Salma Ben Aissa Braham is a Tunisian humanitarian professional, and currently Country Director for the IRC in the Central African Republic.She spent half of her career (so far!) in her home country, and was entering her prime working years around the time of the 2011 revolution.We talk about that, naturally. We go on to discuss how she's approached…
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Josep is a career humanitarian who's spent 20+ years with UNHCR working with refugees, and on forced displacement.But alongside there's something a bit unusual. That twigged for me personally when we met a few years back in Central Asia -- and he started speaking in Tajik to a local community, despite never having worked in the region.It turned out…
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Kathryn Nwajiaku-Dahou is Director of the Politics and Governance Programme at the Overseas Development Institute. Past work has included academic posts, several development NGOs, and the OECD's Development Assistance Committee.With this in mind, it's interesting that the recurring theme of this conversation is a rather ambivalent relationship with…
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Kevin, Austin and Ian join up to discuss all of their takeaways from the Broncos Week 14 victory over the Carolina Panthers, including Drew Lock's excellent performance and whether or not they think it is a sign of things to come a just a rare good game. They also discuss the many other bright spots in the game and individual performances they thin…
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Austin, Ian, and Kevin discuss the close loss the Broncos suffered at the hands of the Chiefs in Week 13 and observe some of the positives and negatives they saw in the game, including individual performances. The guys then discuss their thoughts on Drew Lock and what he needs to do to improve after finding himself as the worst ranked QB through 13…
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Following what equated to an embarrassing and noncompetitive game against the Saints, Kevin, Austin and Ian get together to discuss their thoughts on the fiasco the Broncos endured over the last week where a practice squad wide receiver, Kendall Hinton, was forced into the role of starting quarterback. Was this an issue with the Broncos leadership,…
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Polly Mackenzie is CEO at Demos, a cross-party think tank in the United Kingdom. She's also worked at the centre of government within the 2010-15 coalition, and run a charity focusing on money and mental health.In the current fractious political environment Demos looks at big challenges like wealth inequality, "building back" after covid-19, and so…
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Kevin, Austin, and Ian get together after the Broncos looked, in some ways, dominant against a good Dolphins team that had won their previous 5 games. They gather their biggest takeaways across all three phases: offense, defense and special teams. They then talk some quick hits in this weeks 'Checkdowns' segment before turning their attention on wh…
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Ian and Austin get together to talk about the horrible performance the Broncos put on the field in Las Vegas against the Raiders. They then talk about their thoughts on QB Drew Lock and whether or not they believe he can still get things turned around and become the franchise guy we all hope him to be. They wrap up by talking about game plan agains…
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After letting the Broncos crazy comeback win vs the Chargers settle for 24 hours and decompressing a bit, Austin, Kevin, and Ian get together to digest and process what happened on that insane Sunday afternoon. They get into the performance of many individual players with plenty of excitement and concerns when looking to the future. Has this team t…
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Kevin, Ian and Austin get together to talk about the numerous issues from the Broncos loss to the Chiefs, as well as the very sparse positives. They dive into what they think the offense and the coaching needs to do to get back on track. Is Drew Lock the franchise quarterback we hoped for after another rough performance? Tune in to hear what they h…
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Austin, Ian and Kevin join to discuss the Broncos relatively surprising victory over the Patriots in Foxborough after the team returned to action following their unplanned bye week. The team discusses the performances of many individual players, including that of returning QB Drew Lock and RB Phillip Lindsay, and what to expect from players moving …
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Ian, Austin and Kevin are finally able to talk about a Broncos victory in 2020, with the first of the season coming against the lowly Jets. The guys discuss what they liked about QB Brett Rypien's first start (and first victory) and the rest of the team and what they believe needs to be improved upon. They highlight some of the top performances of …
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On a short week prior to the Broncos tilt against the Jets on Thursday, Kevin and Austin join to talk about the unprecedented number of injuries that have faced the team in only a 3 week span, most of them being fairly severe injuries, touching on if the team is truly as bad as they have played or if they are a product of the often dodged injury ex…
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This week, Austin, Ian and Kevin discuss the tough loss against the Steelers in Week 2 as well as a disturbing trend that has seemed to take shape with the team. They also touch on the rash of injuries, including to Drew Lock and Courtland Sutton, what the teams plans will be moving forward, how to fill the holes brought up through injuries, and ho…
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After a tough, season opening loss to the Titans, Kevin, Ian, and Austin vent about some of the issues that plagued the team and contributed to their 0-1 record. However, they also discuss some bright spots and reasons for hope looking forward before diving into injuries and their expectations of what the team's week 2 game against the Steelers cou…
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To kickoff the 2020 NFL season, Ian and Austin get together to talk Broncos ahead of their season opening Monday night game against the Titans. They cover everything from the teams draft picks and free agent signings, needs they think still need to be filled, to what they expect from the team going into the first game before closing things out with…
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Dao X. Tran is Managing Editor of Voice of Witness, which develops oral histories and education programs to amplify the voices of people impacted by injustice.Recent projects have included the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, indigenous Americans, and settlement of refugees in Appalachia. (You can find all their projects at voiceofwitness.org .)We sta…
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Kumekucha is a program to help people process conflict and trauma, and to craft new narratives for themselves.It’s running at the community level in coastal Kenya and Nairobi, for people affected by police brutality, by gang violence, and a whole range of adverse personal circumstances.(I strongly recommend checking out the Green String Network’s c…
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Kate Moger is Regional Vice-President for the Great Lakes region at the International Rescue Committee. She's based in Nairobi, although currently that’s in flux due to COVID-19.We start with her rather interesting route into the sector by way of a dubious Russian travel agency, some traumatic early experiences, and how and where this turned around…
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(Bonus coronavirus lockdown episode)Ahmed Famau Ahmed is one of the facilitators that works with the “Healing the Uniform” initiative that we discussed in episode #031.But he’s not a career professional. Instead he came into this because of his own history of being arrested, interrogated, and mistreated by the police.In this conversation he talks a…
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Gitahi Kanyeki is a 36-year veteran of the Kenya National Police Service. His career spans operations against cattle rustlers in Turkana, to extraordinary violence in Nairobi after the 2008 elections, to internal action against serious misconduct.That history has entailed more than anyone’s fair share of traumatic experiences, both for him and for …
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Wangui Kimari is an urban anthropologist, currently affiliated with the African Centre for Cities.She’s done a range of interesting things but this conversation focuses on work in her home town of Nairobi—and in particular the Mathare area, which if you know the city is often labelled as a slum or sort of den of iniquity.The recurring theme is the …
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Preeti Thapa has led community justice and conflict transformation programs in her native Nepal for about sixteen years, working with the Asia Foundation.That experience spans an extraordinarily turbulent period -- the tail end of the Maoist insurgency, a drawn-out and highly contentious transition to multi-party politics, a transformative new cons…
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Marc is a journalist who has developed a number of graphic novels with people in extraordinarily tough situations. These include kids affected by conflict in the Central African Republic; returned combatants of the Lord’s Resistance Army in northern Uganda; and people targeted for witchcraft in Nigeria. (You can find his work at http://www.marcelli…
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Wale is acting senior director for the governance technical unit within the International Rescue Committee. He works to protect the rights of people affected by crises to influence the political issues that matter to them. (Background link for more on this: https://www.rescue-uk.org/outcome/power.)We talk about getting people to think intelligently…
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David is the Africa editor for the Financial Times. In January 2019 his team broke a story on massive fraud in presidential and parliamentary elections in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.The reporting was impressive for its depth, based on the systematic review of leaked electoral data. It was also striking because it was so unusual, following…
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Kevin, Austin and Ian get together to discuss their thoughts on the Broncos performances against the Falcons in the Hall of Fame game and against the Seahawks the following week. In addition, they make their early predictions in regards to the Broncos odds at making the playoffs this season. APOLOGIES FOR DELAYED RELEASE DUE TO TECHNICAL ISSUES. Re…
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