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Best Street Fight Radio podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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Hello everyone! I'm Gamer Joe, host of the Gamer Joe Radio Show. Some say I was born with a controller in my hand, but I have been playing games my entire adult life! Because games were such a crucial part of my childhood, I would come to discover that my mission in life was to give back to those that gave so much to me. Gamer Joe Radio Show is my gift to all the composers, game developers, and players that changed my life forever.
 
Hosted by Kai Ryssdal and Molly Wood, Make Me Smart With Kai & Molly is now a daily news podcast that breaks down the impact of COVID-19 on the economy and the most complex topics of the week. Together, we make sense of today. Because none of us is as smart as all of us. As a leading public media voice, Ryssdal has been a trusted broadcaster for two decades and has received the Alfred I.duPont-Columbia University Award, a Peabody Award and an Emmy. He is the host of our daily news business r ...
 
BackStory is a weekly public podcast hosted by U.S. historians Ed Ayers, Brian Balogh, Nathan Connolly and Joanne Freeman. We're based in Charlottesville, Va. at Virginia Humanities. There’s the history you had to learn, and the history you want to learn - that’s where BackStory comes in. Each week BackStory takes a topic that people are talking about and explores it through the lens of American history. Through stories, interviews, and conversations with our listeners, BackStory makes histo ...
 
Blinders Off is a podcast about St. Louis. Your hosts Matthew and Lucas explore the past, present, and weirdness of St. Louis. In a city older than the United States, there is plenty to explore. We’ve covered stories you wouldn’t typically expect in a radio show format: A lawsuit involving a building mural that has stretched into a decade long fight. Sensor microphones installed in hidden locations to track gunfire. The confusion of St. Louis city street design, and more. Join us as we explo ...
 
asinsmith.com The one thing you can be sure of with this show is you won't know what you'll get. An all non-fiction-based documentary mix tape of real conversation, interview, skit, monologue, field recording, Q&A's, stand up comedy, street musicians, and anything else that I have recorded myself, usually presented without a narrator and based on a theme. Often in your face, raw, extremely personal, possibly offensive. Just like life.
 
Effective Compassion is an investigation into American poverty-fighting. WORLD editor in chief Marvin Olasky joins journalist Anna Johansen to report on what's really working in the fight against poverty and how thinking biblically aids in the restoration of human dignity. Hosted by WORLD features editor Paul Butler, this seasonal program is made for people who want to elicit real change because they know true hope. Season 2 releases in fall 2020.
 
I am a writer/director/filmmaker/commentator/graphic designer from Winnipeg, Manitoba. I play video games, and bring you daily doses of what I'm playing with commentary as well as vlogs giving you a small glimpse into my reality. I direct videos and occasionally enjoy acting. You can reach this page by going to one of the three domains: ---WEBSITES--- http://www.yayze.tv http://www.yayzetv.com You can follow my crazy antics and get the latest updates by following me on Twitter or my Blog --- ...
 
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When it’s completed the futuristic city of Neom will sit in the Saudi Arabian desert, a US$500 billion dollar metropolis, thirty times larger than New York.Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman believes the project will transform his kingdom into the innovation centre of the world, but critics say it risks further widening inequality and dividing the co…
 
We’ve gotten a lot of questions about the housing market during the COVID-19 recession. For today’s Whadda Ya Wanna Know Wednesday, we’re going to dive into that, plus scary tech, reserve currency and a little “M*A*S*H” trivia. You can find a list of everything we talked about today on our episode page at makemesmart.org, along with a link to subsc…
 
What Happened to Sacramento’s Focus on Housing Before the coronavirus hit, housing and housing affordability seemed to be the state’s biggest problems and there were lots of proposals in Sacramento to fix them. But is getting roofs over people’s heads still a priority for Governor Gavin Newsom and the state legislature? Guest: Erin Baldassari, KQED…
 
The rock walls, sushi bars and student center bowling alleys at colleges around the country will likely sit empty this fall. The spring semester has shown that online learning has significant limitations, said NYU marketing professor Scott Galloway, and welcoming back students and faculty is going to be like “Contagion 2.” But there’s also an oppor…
 
Coach Tony Bennett knows a thing or two about big finales. He’s the head coach of the men’s basketball team at the University of Virginia. This is a clip from Brian's conversation with Coach Bennett about the power of sports and how you have to be able to accept the outcome of a big game, whether it’s a buzzer-beater win or a heartbreaking loss. Th…
 
Companies including Unilever, Coca-Cola and Verizon are pulling their ads from Facebook because of its content-moderation policies. Does this spell trouble for the social-media giant? Also, why investors’ love of commercial property is being tested. And, e-sports v traditional sports. Rachana Shanbhogue hosts. Please subscribe to The Economist for …
 
Coronavirus Cases Spike Across The State When it comes to progress in fighting the coronavirus pandemic, the news out of Los Angeles County, where about one in four Californians live, is bad. There were more than 2,900 new COVID cases in the county reported on Monday. Fresno County Jail Hit By Coronavirus Outbreak The Fresno County Sheriff’s Depart…
 
Marketplace reporter Andy Uhler is in for Kai today, bringing us his on-the-ground reporting from Austin, Texas, where Gov. Greg Abbott is rolling back reopening plans. But Abbott’s mostly left the rule-making to local governments and, well, no one knows what’s happening. For the rest of the California-based Make Me Smart crew, that confusing relat…
 
Reopening Halted as Coronavirus Spreads Across the State If you thought you could ease up a bit on worrying about the coronavirus pandemic, news the last few days has been like a big bucket of cold water to the face. Coronavirus Cases on the Rise at San Quentin 971 people incarcerated at San Quentin State Prison have tested positive for COVID-19. O…
 
Hello! With 70% British theatres on the brink of collapse and hundreds of thousands of arts jobs at risk, we’re talking about the need to save our arts and culture sector. Playwright James Graham sets out the threat to theatres and what government needs to do. Our FDR expert David Woolner is back to explain the huge art programmes in the New Deal. …
 
As Australia’s live music industry has been left decimated by the COVID-19 pandemic and unprecedented damage to venues from bushfires, we’re attending more online concerts, virtual gigs and streamed festivals than ever before.Technology is evolving at a rapid pace, pushed along by the demand for content and even giving rise to the reality that not …
 
It was just days ago that Facebook declared it would “not make policy changes tied to revenue pressure” after advertisers announced a boycott over the platform’s moderation efforts — or lack thereof. Today, Facebook announced it would, in fact, respond to that boycott by tamping down misinformation and discriminatory ads on its platform. So, that w…
 
As BackStory nears the end of its production, we’ve asked our listeners to call in with moments from the show’s history and compile their very own “Best of BackStory.” We got some great responses covering a range of topics, each of them meaningful to the present moment in their own way. So in this best of BackStory, we present three of our listener…
 
Stuck and Scared Amid San Quentin Outbreak As of this morning, 539 inmates have contracted the coronavirus at San Quentin State Prison — more than at any other state prison in California. Inmates are stuck and scared. Reporter: Mary Franklin Harvin, The California Report Construction Firms Offer COVID-19 Tests To Workers If you’ve tried to get a co…
 
On today’s show; who’s splashing 30 million pounds to boost diversity but asking staff to volunteer for redundancy, the Daily Mail outshines the Sun as Britain’s biggest selling paper, and is the risk to journalists covering civil unrest, on the rise? Plus, if you want to be famous, you probably work in advertising. And in the media quiz, we’ll be …
 
It was my pleasure to hang out and record with the Co-Owner of The Geekery in Matawan NJ and his co-host Kaelyn. We talked a lot about comics, CW Television shows, binge-watching on Netflix and so much more. At one point, Doug and Kaelyn put Joe in the hot seat to talk about this gateway comic, like its a hardcore drug, and his experience with comi…
 
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Joining the likes of REI, Patagonia and others, Verizon is the biggest company by far to pull advertising from Facebook to protest the social media company’s moderation policies and overall corporate approach to combating misinformation. Can a boycott that’s just a month long lead to lasting change? We’ll talk about it. Plus: The country’s mayors s…
 
* ExpressVPN explains the benefits of a Virtual Private Network and how to choose one * Archive your loved one’s stories, in video detail, and preserve it for future generations – we’ll learn about the StoryCatcher app * Rovio is back with a new game and it’s not Angry Birds! Find out what’s new from the award-winning game studio and publisher…
 
Californians Will Vote on Affirmative Action In November California voters will decide in November whether the state should restore affirmative action. This after the state Senate voted yesterday to place a constitutional amendment on the ballot. Reporter: Katie Orr, KQED New Bill Would Restore Voting Rights To Parolees California voters will decid…
 
Dads Nah jk here’s a real description: Dads! They’re here! With us! Yes as a father’s day special we pulled some strings, paid some appearance fees and got DonoDad and ArthDad on the pod! We learn how Dono’s parents met and where Arthur was conceived, truly a heartwarming time. Oh yea and we also answer relationship questions or some shit. No spoil…
 
The Basketball Tournament commissioner and founder Jon Mugar joins Seth and Dan (21:06) to discuss pulling together an entire competition during the pandemic, the bubble players and staff will be living in, the origins of TBT, how the field was selected and if D.J. Kennedy is the best player in TBT. Plus, the guys share their thoughts on baseball's…
 
LA City Councilman Arrested in Bribery Scandal The FBI says longtime Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar shook down real estate developers looking to get projects approved for $1.5 million in bribes and campaign donations. Reporter: Anna Scott, KCRW New Coronavirus Cases on the Rise in California There is a spike in reported cases of COVID-19 a…
 
Loren Wold came on the show to talk about testing and vaccines back in late April, which feels like eons ago in this pandemic. Wold’s a professor and assistant dean for biological health research at Ohio State University. His lab is one of many working on a coronavirus vaccine. Today he’s back to talk masks, vaccines and whether he’d get on a plane…
 
The coronavirus has turned Amazon into one of the world’s essential firms. But while proving the company’s strengths, the pandemic-fuelled digital surge has also revealed its vulnerabilities. Tamzin Booth, The Economist’s technology and business editor, talks to insiders, critics and the competition, to find out whether Amazon can carry on dominati…
 
CA Sees Dramatic Rise In COVID-19 Cases California has seen 47 thousand new cases of COVID-19 in the past two weeks. That’s a dramatic uptick, making up about a quarter of all known cases in California. This is just one troubling fact revealed in Governor Gavin Newsom’s press briefing Monday. Reporter: Scott Shafer, KQED New State Budget Proposal R…
 
Sen. John C. Stennis was a segregationist who opposed civil rights bills during his 41-year tenure. So why is there still an aircraft carrier named after him? That’s just one example we’ll pick apart today. Plus, President Trump’s suspension of H1-B visas and, of course, “Hamilton.” As always, for a list of stuff we talked about today, check out th…
 
Calls for Police Reform Echo Across California This weekend, demonstrations against police brutality continued all around the state. In Los Angeles yesterday afternoon, protests had particular urgency after the recent killing of 18-year old Andres Guardado. Last week, in the city of Gardena, an LA County Sheriff’s deputy shot Guardado in the back s…
 
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