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Bullseye from NPR is your curated guide to culture. Jesse Thorn hosts in-depth interviews with brilliant creators, culture picks from our favorite critics and irreverent original comedy. Bullseye has been featured in Time, The New York Times, GQ and McSweeney's, which called it "the kind of show people listen to in a more perfect world." (Formerly known as The Sound of Young America.)
 
This is THE PODCAST for learning about how to dominate your professional accounting or finance career and how to become certified in your field as a CPA, CMA, EA, CIA or CISA. Bryan Kesler walks you through the steps he took to pass the CPA exam while working full time and hosts interviews with people very similar to yourself to learn how they are successful in their careers. Bryan launched his blog theCPAguide.com and CMAguide.com in July of 2012 and has helped thousands of people sign up a ...
 
Are you tired of the same old sports talk status quo, and sports “Hot Take” personalities? Are you looking for a Sports Show that is fun, entertaining, hilarious, accurate and objective? No homers here! The Tiger Mike Sports Show is Sports Relief for diehard sports fans! Hosts Tiger Mike Ingram and J.R. Duren believe sports is life! The dynamic duo are passionate sports fanatics, who have sound opinions, unique insight, and witty banter. They are two obsessed, everyday sports fans having a c ...
 
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The 8th volume of Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, Jojolion, started in 2011 and finally wrapped up last month. To celebrate, Levins is joined by Bryan from Let's Fight A Boss and Chloe from Wine Mums for an in depth look at the series, a ranking of all the Jojos and mini reviews of Dai Dark, Ressentiment and Salary Man Kintaro. Listen to Let's Fight A Bo…
 
A special edition of the Bryan Norcross Podcast. Luke interviews Bryan about how Hurricane Andrew changed his life, the morning Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, covering Hurricane Sandy, naming winter storms, and more. This is Part 2 of an extensive conversation.WPLG Local 10 による
 
Bryan and David answer your Listener Mail and discuss how the rules of journalism are approached (0:36), react to the reporting about the “concerned citizen” at Elizabeth Holmes’s trial (21:42), touch on what an in-season version of 'Hard Knocks' could look like (29:21), and much more! Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemak…
 
Artists, musicians, and filmmakers are often inspired by what they see or hear. Sometimes that thing is so great, they tell us they wish they made it themselves. It happens so often we made a segment about it called I Wish I'd Made That. The one and only Nick Offerman joins us this time around. Nick is probably best known as Ron Swanson on Parks an…
 
Episode 356 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, who is an executive producer on ESPN's latest "30-for-30" documentary, "Once Upon A Time In Queens." Jimmy's Cousin Sal is also a producer on the doc and joins the podcast to discuss the best nostalgic moments from the doc, why they…
 
Actor Michael K. Williams died earlier this month. He was 54 years old. He was best known for playing Omar Little on The Wire. Michael began his career in entertainment first as a dancer in New York, then an actor with a handful of walk-on credits. By the time he auditioned for The Wire he was in his mid-30s. When Jesse Thorn talked with him in 201…
 
Bryan is joined by The Ringer's Kevin Clark to break down Peyton and Eli Manning's 'Monday Night Football' broadcast. They discuss the chemistry between the brothers, talk through which elements were a hit or miss, and predict how this type of broadcast could impact broadcast television moving forward. Host: Bryan Curtis Guest: Kevin Clark Associat…
 
Bryan and David recap Week 1 NFL media reactions and address the self-aware overreactions (5:23). Then they answer more Listener Mail and discuss newscaster pronunciations (22:10), overused headlines (25:06), and the transition to digital edition covers in journalism (33:21). Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses…
 
Duscher reviews Hawkeye, Jackson reviews Crisis Zone and Levins reviews Transformers: The Manga. SUPPORT US ON PATREON FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK JOIN THE SERIOUS ISSUES FACEBOOK GROUP FOLLOW US ON TWITTER See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Bryan and David answer your Listener Mail and talk through the piece “The Dying Art of the Hatchet Job” (0:35), touch on former president Trump providing an alternate audio feed for the Holyfield-Belfort fight (40:12), and discuss the news that Rachel Bonnetta will join the NFL Network and focus on legalized sports betting content (43:29). Plus, th…
 
Episode 355 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with Tony Romo. CBS' lead NFL analyst talks about when he decided he wanted to get into broadcasting, when he thought he was good at what he does, how long he wants to call NFL games and whether he listens to broadcasting advice from others. Romo also…
 
David Byrne! The one and only. The founder of the Talking Heads talks with Jesse about his latest project American Utopia, and his return to playing live music. He also shares some of the music he's been listening to lately and tells us about where he learned his iconic dance moves. Plus, he'll tell us why his very different brain powers his art.…
 
Bryan and Luke talk with Dr. Roni Avissar, Dean of the oceanography and meteorology school at the University of Miami about research underway at the school, including a new idea for detecting the strength of hurricanes, a hurricane forecast model, using a helicopter to better understand how hurricanes strengthen, and what’s involved in being a dean…
 
Twenty years have passed since 9/11. Writers Tom Junod and James B. Stewart stop by to remember and reflect on the events of that day. Bryan talks with Stewart to discuss his 2002 New Yorker piece, "The Real Heroes Are Dead," which follows Rick Rescorla—former soldier, officer, security specialist, and hero who helped save thousands of lives on 9/1…
 
Episode 354 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with sports reporter Ben Strauss of the "Washington Post." Strauss breaks down all aspects of the wild Bishop Sycamore story that unfolded this week. The high school football team played a game on ESPN, but it quickly became apparent that something wa…
 
In this episode of the Thousand Ant Podcast Matt Mirrorfish speaks with indie video game developer Dan Cook, developer of Cozy Grove, Triple Town and Alphabear, among many others together with David Edery and the team at Spry Fox. We talk about indie game development theory, game design and Dan's story in the game industry. Find Tom on Twitter: htt…
 
Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis have been working together for 40 years, producing some of the biggest R&B records of all time. In their four decades of working together, the fedora-wearing giants of R&B music have written and produced over 40 top-ten hits. They've worked with Prince, Babyface, Usher, Mariah Carey, Janet Jackson and more — the list goes …
 
Bryan and David break down the ongoing coverage of Hurricane Ida as they discuss how social media and new technology are being used to relay footage and enhance reporting. Then, they weigh in on how these clips and updates are circulating throughout the news. Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more abo…
 
Levins reviews Superman and the Authority, Duscher reviews Ex Machina and Jackson reviews House On The Borderlands. SUPPORT US ON PATREON FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK JOIN THE SERIOUS ISSUES FACEBOOK GROUP FOLLOW US ON TWITTER See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Bryan and David open up the mailbag and answer your Listener Mail. They discuss the removal of Rachel Nichols from NBA programming (0:38), talk through Stephen A. Smith’s vision for ESPN (8:55), weigh in on 'Monday Night Football' coverage for the upcoming season (22:20), and more! Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Associate Producer: Erika C…
 
The Song That Changed My Life is a segment that gives us the chance to talk with some of our favorite artists about the music that made them who they are today. This time around we're joined by singer songwriter Rostam. He got his start as a member of Vampire Weekend. He produced the band's first three records, including some of their biggest hits.…
 
Episode 353 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features two interviews. First up is Nate Burleson, who is leaving the NFL Network's "Good Morning Football" to co-host "CBS This Morning." Burleson discusses what went into his decision to make the career change, why the move wasn't an automatic "yes" and why the job at C…
 
Bryan and David discuss the question: When will sports TV start to sound more like a podcast? They weigh in on the difference between the television and podcast art forms and the difference between the spheres of fame on both platforms. Then they talk through the evolution of television. Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Associate Producer: E…
 
Hannah Waddingham stars alongsie Jason Sudekis in Ted Lasso. She plays team owner Rebecca Welton in the series. Hannah joins guest host Linda Holmes of NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour to chat about her role in Ted Lasso. Plus, she talks about her years of performing in theater, her iconic part on Game of Thrones, *and* what it's like to perform in an …
 
Zammit reviews Stillwater, Duscher reviews Rosalie Lightning and Levins reviews Saint Young Men. SUPPORT US ON PATREON FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK JOIN THE SERIOUS ISSUES FACEBOOK GROUP FOLLOW US ON TWITTER See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Bryan and David are joined by Ringer writer Claire McNear to unpack her story about recently chosen and now-ex ‘Jeopardy!’ host Mike Richards (0:30). They break down Claire’s reporting, discuss the response she received to the piece, and touch on what will come next in the ongoing saga that is the search for the next ‘Jeopardy!’ host. Later, Listen…
 
Uzo Aduba first rose to fame playing a character known as Crazy Eyes. It was on Orange Is the New Black, a part of the first class of original TV shows on Netflix. Crazy Eyes, whose real name is Suzanne, was one of the many prisoners in the women's correctional facility the show focused on. Aduba won two Emmys for her portrayal of Suzanne, one for …
 
Zumbi, born Steve Gaines, made up half of the Oakland duo Zion I, who were stalwarts of the Bay Area hip-hop scene for decades. Zumbi died at 49 and what follows is an appreciation of his art and music. Jesse shares some words about Zumbi and we play a clip from Zion I's 2009 live performance at SF Sketchfest.…
 
Episode 352 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with FOX Sports's Joe Buck. The veteran play-by-play broadcaster shared behind-the-scenes details on the "Field of Dreams" game between the Yankees an White Sox, Kevin Costner's involvement in the telecast and what it was like to call the game. FOX's …
 
A special edition of the Bryan Norcross Podcast. Luke interviews Bryan about his life, communications philosophy, key weather moments, and much more. From his first hurricane broadcast during Hurricane Camille, to his first time anchoring when nobody could get to the TV station in a major snowstorm, to running a news department, to of course, Hurri…
 
Bryan Curtis is joined by author and journalist Spencer Ackerman to break down his new book ‘Reign of Terror’ and to discuss recent news and events involving the United States leaving Afghanistan. They cover the 20-year “War on Terror,” weigh in on the decision Biden and his administration made to pull out of Afghanistan, and talk through the Unite…
 
On the latest episode we welcome back Sam Richardson! His breakthrough role came in HBO's Veep. The political satire starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus where everyone is terrible, mean, incompetent, and they all hate each other. Everyone, except Sam's character, the cheerful, incorruptible Richard Splett. Sam is also a writer. With the help of Saturday N…
 
Levins reviews Batman '89, Duscher reviews some Junji Ito and Zammit furthers his quest to become a Dune boy. SUPPORT US ON PATREON FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK JOIN THE SERIOUS ISSUES FACEBOOK GROUP FOLLOW US ON TWITTER See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Odds are, you probably know Aidy Bryant from Saturday Night Live. She's been on the cast now for almost a decade. She's been on the cast now for almost a decade. On the show she's done killer impressions, sang on a handful of memorable SNL songs, and starred in numerous skits. For the last few years, Bryant has also starred in and written for her o…
 
Episode 351 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features two interviews. First up is WWE Universal champion, Roman Reigns, who will main event SummerSlam this year in a match against John Cena. Reigns shares his thoughts on working with Cena after he was away from the company for long, gives us the backstory on his famo…
 
Bryan and Luke talk with Dr. Brian Glazer from the University of Hawaii at Manoa about his research into microbes and how they exist is extreme natural environments like volcanoes and deep in the oceans. Plus we learn about a new system called Hohonu, which has the goal of measuring ocean, bay, or river levels in real time so we know what’s happeni…
 
Bryan Curtis is joined by New York Magazine contributor David Freedlander to discuss the news that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has resigned. They break down the events that led up to his resignation, the way in which Cuomo’s team decided to handle the news, and how this affects New York’s political climate. Host: Bryan Curtis Guest: David Freedl…
 
Jonathan Majors has been acting professionally for just under five years now. He's done theater, TV, and starred in movies. In that short amount of time, he's become one of the most captivating performers in Hollywood. He was in two of our recent favorites: Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods and Joe Talbot's The Last Black Man In San Francisco. On screen, he'…
 
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker dive deeper into the ongoing saga involving brothers Andrew and Chris Cuomo. They discuss Governor Andrew Cuomo’s stance on resigning as inquiries into accounts of sexual harassment continue (6:25). Then, they weigh in on Chris Cuomo’s decision to take a “previously scheduled vacation” during this time, as well as C…
 
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker answer your Listener Mail! They unpack Chris Cuomo’s role at CNN as the inquiries into accounts of sexual harassment by his brother, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, continue (6:15), talk through the reinvention of the NBA draft (15:02), and discuss how to watch the Olympics (27:42). Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke…
 
50 years ago, in Berkeley, Calif., a restaurant called Chez Panisse opened its doors. It wasn't super buzzy at the time. The chef, Alice Waters, hadn't opened a restaurant before. The night they opened, they had a lot of friends helping out, but were short on silverware. They served a four-course menu that cost just under $4. Chez Panisse eventuall…
 
Episode 350 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with versatile play-by-play man, Ian Eagle. The CBS and Turner Sports broadcaster talks about the possibility of becoming Turner's lead NBA voice now that the job is open thanks to Marv Albert's retirement. Would Eagle have any scheduling issues if he…
 
Welcome to the All New, All Different Serious Issues! In our first rebooted episode, Joel Zammit and Jackson Baly from Plumbing The Death Star join Levins to review Planet Size X-Men, The House of Lost Horizons: A Sarah Jewell Mystery and Toritan: Birds of a Feather. We're a weekly podcast again! Hallelujah! SUPPORT US ON PATREON FOLLOW US ON FACEB…
 
We're revisiting our conversation with Kamasi Washington, one of the greatest living saxophone players. In the studio, he's played saxophone and arranged for hitmakers like Kendrick Lamar, Flying Lotus, Run The Jewels, Snoop Dogg – and that's just naming a handful. On his own, he's a visionary bandleader with over half a dozen solo records to his n…
 
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker break down Gawker 2.0 and discuss how it compares to the older site (0:35). Then, host of the 'Fiasco' podcast, Leon Neyfakh, joins to talk about the new season that dives deeper into Benghazi (6:22). Hosts: Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker Guest: Leon Neyfakh Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about you…
 
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker answer some listener questions about the media's reaction to Simone Biles, the new dateline approach for NFL beat reporters, and a lot more (4:05). Then Bryan is joined by Bob Costas to discuss his new HBO Show 'Back on the Record,' his famous interviews with Vince McMahon, and his favorite parts of hosting the Olym…
 
In this episode of the Thousand Ant Podcast Matt Mirrorfish speaks with indie video game developer Tom Betts, developer of Sir You're Being Hunted, Signal From Tolva and the Light Will Keep Us Safe together with the team at Big Robot. We talk about indie game development, ways of funding indie games, experimentation and more. Find Tom on Twitter: h…
 
Busy Phillipps has well amassed over 60 credits on the big and small screen. Her first big break came when she was just 20 years old on the acclaimed and influential TV show Freaks & Geeks. She followed that up with an appearance on Dawson's Creek and went on to star in several more TV shows and films. Her latest project is Girls5Eva, which was cre…
 
Bryan and Luke talk with Dr. Lixion Avila, who recently retired as Sr. Hurricane Specialist at the National Hurricane Center about growing up and learning meteorology in Cuba, coming to the University Miami, and spending his professional life at the National Hurricane Center. Lixion wrote more advisories and forecast discussions than anyone in NHC …
 
Episode 349 of the "Sports Illustrated Media Podcast" hosted by Jimmy Traina features an interview with Bryan Curtis of "The Ringer." The writer and co-host of "The Pressbox Pod" talks about a recent article he wrote about longtime Dallas broadcaster, Dale Hansen and the death of the local news sportscaster. Curtis also discusses how ESPN's problem…
 
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