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Best Smashing Magazine podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Smashing Magazine podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Clever talk about pop culture. Bigmouth is pop culture talk for discerning grown-ups. Music, TV, movies, books or something else entirely – we’ll enthuse, argue, squabble and pick over the bones of what’s happening in the world of the stuff we love. Presented by WORD magazine veterans Andrew Harrison (ex-editor of Q, Select and Mixmag) and Siân “Stan” Pattenden, a graduate of the Smash Hits and Select Mag Schools of Excellence.
 
Jay Scott Confidential -- a.k.a JSC Radio -- is not your typical Podcast. We look at sports, politics, news, pop culture, and more but more importantly, we have conversations and tell people's stories. The host, Jay Scott Smith, is an award-winning veteran broadcaster, journalist, and writer whose work has previously appeared on MSNBC, ESPN, Newsweek, Vibe Magazine, & NPR. Jay also gives you his unique take on the big issues in the sports and entertainment world, plus doesn't hesitate to sma ...
 
Welcome aboard The Giddy Carousel of Pop! We are a Smash Hits appreciation podcast dedicated to the swingorilliant British pop magazine which ran from 1978 to 2006. In each episode, we take an old issue of Ver Hits (usually from the 1980s but may slip a year or two either side of that) and discuss what’s on its pages, looking at who’s riding high on the carousel and who’s heading down the dumper. We always have a guest to help us along the way, so we’ll be talking to the readers, the writers ...
 
The Dance Edit Podcast, hosted by editors from Dance Magazine and Dance Spirit, is a weekly 15-minute breakdown of all the news that's moving and shaking the dance world. Because if you want to know more about dance, you should get your information from the people who nerd out about it for a living.
 
Eduard Checo The Founder Of Barstarzz The Calisthenics Fitness Craze Which Has Been Featured On TV, & Several Publications Around The World. “This is the most insane outdoor workout you'll ever see.” - Mens Health Magazine. “Train with "Official Barstarzz" to impress your friends with some intense new moves.” - Business Insider Winner Of The Youtube Next Trainer Award, Racking Up Over 170 Million Views Across Over 300 Videos Giving The Most Important & Up To Date Information On Exercise. The ...
 
Sisterhood Works is a new podcast from the Founders of leading women’s network, The AllBright. In each episode Anna Jones and Debbie Wosskow OBE talk candidly to a woman who has inspired them, who has made a real mark in her field, finding out how she got there and how she overcame challenges along the way.
 
Ian Carey is and has been for many years a legendary key player in the house scene worldwide. Ian grew up in a small town in Maryland, USA; about 2 hours from Washington DC. He was exposed to music at a young age, as his father (RIP) was a live sound engineer and ran a sound reinforcement company. His father engineered for such groups as Kool and The Gang and The Duke Ellington Orchestra. Also, his mother played guitar and sang as a hobby. By the time he was 7 years old he was able to mic a ...
 
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Show Description **************** Vitaly Friedman talks with us about the changing landscape of publishing on the web, the changes seen in web conferences, the difference between a workshop and a webinar, and keeping up with all the technology in front end development. Listen on Website → Links ***** A Smashing Magazine An Event Apart Smashing Conf…
 
President of techUK and vocal campaigner for increased cultural diversity in technology, Jacqueline de Rojas CBE joins Debbie Wosskow OBE for this week’s #SisterhoodWorksPodcast episode. Ambassador of GirlsGuide, a leading charity for girls and young women in the UK, Jacqueline speaks about her work to get more young girls interested in STEM. She a…
 
Show Description **************** Jen Simmons is back on the show to talk with us about her new HTML Essentials course, CSS Aspect Ratio, rendering engines vs browsers, and a big announcement from her personally! Listen on Website → Links ***** Cloudlifter CSS Working Group YouTube Layout Land HTML Essential Training The Web Platform Podcast #197 w…
 
This week on the lockdown get-down of pop culture: Does Tim Burgess’s new LP I Love The New Sky cement his position as Captain Cheer-up of the COVID calamity? Netflix turn Bong Joon-Ho’s dystopian weird-out Snowpiercer into a series. Is this a good idea? And in Old Film Club we settle down with Adam And Paul, a heartwarming tale of two Dublin pals …
 
In this Special Edition of Jay Scott Confidential, Jay talks candidly about the killing of George Floyd as well as Amy Cooper's attempt to have the same thing done in Central Park.It's a "Stream of Consciousness" that hits at race, racism, entitlement, social justice, police, and why Black Men owe you no explanation for being anywhere.Jay Scott Con…
 
“I remember waking up and just checking my hands there was blood pouring down. My teeth were like jelly.” - Dejan Stipić Dejan Stipić is a former gymnast, 2x National Champion (Serbia), Placed TOP 3 at Street Workout & Calisthenics World Cup Super Final, Placed TOP 10 at World Championship, Placed 2nd at the famous King of the bar,The owner of 25…
 
Here's the link to the Dance/USA campaign mentioned in this episode. Please ask Congress to support more relief for dance! Are you a dancer looking for financial assistance during the pandemic? There's a good list of resources here, and here's a guide for freelancers specifically. If you'd like to help dancers in need, find out how here.…
 
On this week’s episode, Debbie Wosskow OBE is joined by writer, author, novelist, and activist Bernardine Evaristo. As the most recent recipient of The Booker Prize for her novel Girl, Woman, Other, they discuss the characters they related to, the illusion of being an ‘overnight success’, and the art of bouncing back in the act of falling. See acas…
 
Show Description **************** We're back doing a Rapidfire through your questions including: Is there a way to control text in the prompt for user permissions? Have we tried Emacs? How do you write better words? When is it appropriate to add a new framework to your resume? Do you think there is a front end ceiling? Listen on Website → Links ***…
 
As the 2020 season continues, Jay welcomes his longtime friend Chelsea-Lyn Rudder on to the Pod -- Checking in from New York City!Chelsea is the Communications Director for the Alzheimer's Association of New York City as well as an author, a former journalist, and a one time beauty queen (!!!) and she joins the People's Podcast (Convo starts at the…
 
Doyen of US pop journalist David Keeps of Star Hits and Details magazines fame dials from faraway Phoenix, Arizona to join Mark “Arena/The Face” Hooper, Siân and Andrew for this week’s bloody assizes of entertainment. In the dock: Netflix’s uncommonly clever clubbin’n’druggin’-in-Ibiza series White Lines, Mark and David’s choices of great albums fo…
 
In this #SisterhoodWorksPodcast episode, Debbie Wosskow speaks to one of the UK’s most respected nutritional therapists and healthy eating experts, Amelia Freer. In their conversation she pushes back against clean eating culture, intermittent fasting as a sustainable approach towards eating, and the idea that women must strive for perfection. She t…
 
Show Description **************** Gerry McGovern talks with us about the amount of energy used sending the bits and bytes around the internet, the cost of storage, new phones vs old phones, the scale of data, and how do we adjust our process and culture to make changes? Listen on Website → Links ***** World Wide Waste book The Theory of Constraints…
 
We loved his new album The Night Chancers and now we welcome Baxter Dury plus guest Hannah Verdier of The Guardian to this week’s conference call of pop. On the agenda: The new Sparks album A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip! Do they still have it in their *checks notes* SIXTH decade in rock and/or pop? Baxter and Hannah suggest great albums of the Lockdown…
 
"I said Mike Chang thats awesome congratulations, now lets have a weighted back pack pull up rep competition, and the loser donates $50,000 to charity so we can put up pull up bars all over the world" - Marcus Bondi This episode features multiple world record holder Marcus Bondi from Bondi Beach, Australia. We have had the pleasure of knowing each …
 
Welcome back to The Giddy Carousel of Pop. Hold tight for a top pop ride! In part two of our chat with former Smash Hits editor Barry McIlheney about his time at Ver Hits (October 1986 to January 1989) we continue out look at the issue of 25 March - 7 April 1987. If you missed part one, go and listen to it now! In just three years, Barry went from …
 
Show Description **************** Tom Preston-Werner joins the show to talk about his latest project, RedwoodJS, and the decisions made about how it works, public APIs, how tied to Netlify RedwoodJS is, and why they're using Prisma. Listen on Website → Links ***** RedwoodJS JestJS Fauna MongoDB Prisma GraphQL Chatterbug Sponsors ********…
 
Will Quickies, an album of VERY short songs by maudlin mandolin merchants The Magnetic Fields, have your knees a-tremble? What about that Fiona Apple album, eh? Is Ryan ‘Glee’ Murphy’s Netflix extravaganza Hollywood quite the turkey that everyone’s saying? And in the absence of interesting new stuff we institute Old Film Club with a look at Sidney …
 
Welcome aboard The Giddy Carousel of Pop. Hold tight for a top pop ride! In the first of two parts, Simon and Gavin chat to former Smash Hits editor Barry McIlheney about his time at Ver Hits (October 1986 to January 1989) and the 25 March - 7 April 1987 issue in particular. In just three years, Barry went from being a library assistant living with…
 
Does Beastie Boys Story, MCA and Ad-Rock’s hip hop TED talk, expand our knowledge of their journey from frat pack to woke MCs? The new Pretenders album Hate For Sale – they’ve put the release back but we’re talking about it anyway. And SURREAL ESTATE: will Kafkesque homeowning horror mystery Vivarium put you off househunting forever? Guests William…
 
As the 2020 season of rolls on, Jay welcomes his friend Erika Fernandez on to the Pod, checking in from New York City. Queens to be exact!Erika is a sports writer, blogger, and full-blooded New Yorker who has covered everything from Boxing to the NBA -- Yes, it's the Knicks, but still... -- and she joins us (Convo starts at the 17:00 mark) to talk …
 
Debbie Wosskow is joined by British businesswoman, philanthropist, and public servant Baroness Martha Lane Fox. In this episode, she goes into detail about the personal resilience she had to build as the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Last Minute, and provides insider knowledge and advice to fellow female founders and entrepreneurs. She also r…
 
Who’s Zoomin’ who? Guests Joe ‘Mixmag’ Muggs and Jim ‘Jockey Slut’ Butler join Andrew and Siân for our first-ever LIVE ZOOM recording. On the agenda: Alex Garland’s paranoid tech fantasy Devs, the spectacularly bloody Russian comedy thriller Why Don’t You Just Die?, and foul and funky behaviour in Beavis & Butthead genius Mike Judge’s Tales From Th…
 
The 2020 Season continues and with a rare solo episode of the Pod. Jay comes to us from his bathroom in Philadelphia. No. Really. It has the best sound.He checks in from the Throne with a commentary on COVID-19 and how the outbreak has changed all of our lives along with talking about the toll that the outbreak -- and the quarantines -- take on peo…
 
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