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Welcome to Black Mirror Cracked - the podcast for all your Black Mirror needs. We alternate between episode analysis and interviews featuring journalists, actors from the show and even Charlie Brooker himself!For more Black Mirror stuff, follow our Twitter @BlackMirrorCrrr, join the conversation in our Facebook group or read more at mirror.co.uk/blackmirror Thanks for listening!Black Mirror Cracked is hosted by James Ide and produced by Daniel Jackson.
 
Podcast quincenal dedicado a la serie Black Mirror donde analizamos cada capítulo de esta magnífica serie que nos muestra cómo es nuestra sociedad actual pero con una mirada del futuro reodeados de tecnología. Comenta en directo los capítulos con nosotros desde nuestro canal de youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKWlwLzWJW0mY9_KDrlDmnQ Twitter: @rsanjunipero
 
The Black Mirror After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of Netflix's Black Mirror. Show Summary: Featuring stand-alone dramas — sharp, suspenseful, satirical tales that explore techno-paranoia — "Black Mirror" is a contemporary reworking of "The Twilight Zone" with stories that tap into the collective unease about the modern world. Each story features its own cast of unique characters, including stars like Bryce Dallas Howard ("The Help"), Alice Eve, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Tom Cullen an ...
 
Anthology is a podcast exploring science fiction anthology television from TV's first golden age beginning with The Twilight Zone. Each week, join host Matt Hurt (The Obsessive Viewer podcast) as he discusses the plot, themes, and trivia of an episode of The Twilight Zone as well as how he felt as a first time viewer of the show. Classic TV shows planned for future seasons of the podcast include The Outer Limits, Tales of Tomorrow, Science Fiction Theatre, Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond, Th ...
 
415522. Welcome to the Black Mirror Library. Join us as we explore the show Black Mirror and related works. You don't have to be on the outside looking in. We see you. Come in and let us show you the bright future ahead. Typically twice a month we will release episodes. One episode will be focusing on a specific episode of Black Mirror and another episode will be exploring a related film/book/podcast. We'll release a list of what works we plan on exploring ahead of time. We hope you join us ...
 
Las novedades discograficas de Agosto 2018 según el gusto del Sr. Orejas con Spider Bags - Ila Minori - Lucero - Campdogzz - Giant Sand - The Coral - Me & Marie - mewithoutyou - Death Cab For Cutie - Animal Collective - Our Girl - Oh Sees - Dark Fair - Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - Murder By Death - Alice In Chains - Interpol - Black Mirrors - The Kooks - Ian Gillan - Delgres - The Pineapple Thief
 
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Black by Unpopular Opinion is a podcast conceived after many long hours over the years of profound discussions --and sometimes heatedly debating-- between one another topics that concern, enlighten, and affect us on a daily basis. We recognize that voices like ours are needed in today's societal climate: voices concentrated on the singular objective of achieving equality and respect for every single Black and downtrodden individual on this planet, albeit trekking very different roads to said ...
 
Our society, Our America is in an authentic conversation crisis. There is still a lot to learn and unlearn about living life as our best selves . Having meaningful conversations about our lives spiritual & natural most diverse issues take courage. The courageous conversation with the man or woman in the mirror is the most difficult one of them all. With Colorful Conversations in Black & White, we’re going to dig deep into the reality of being perfectly flawed, and explore what we can do to h ...
 
A podcast about learning, leadership and the limitations we impose on ourselves. The idea of the "black stump" is an Australian colloquialism, it is used to describe the limits of the mapped or surveyed area. The term seems to be derived from the practice of burning or marking a tree stump as a surveyors mark. It is also metaphor for the limits of our known universe. And it can also reflect the limitations we impose on our thinking, as this quote describes; “the Black Stump is much more than ...
 
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Lee Ryder shares his take on the fact that Steve Bruce, for now, will lead Newcastle United's press conference on Friday afternoon despite the general consensus he would be leaving once the takeover was complete.Reach Podcasts による
 
The takeover is complete and the celebrations off the pitch are set to continue this Sunday but let's not forget there is a game of football to be played and won! Football London's Emma De Duve joins Andrew Musgrove to provide the Spurs insight while Gibbo shares his thoughts on NUFC!Reach Podcasts による
 
Part two of our 'European Glory' episode has Matt and Paul resuming their conversation with Newcastle United's Fairs Cup winning captain, Bob Moncur. Bob discusses the homecoming, and the aftermath of the club's European success, including the arrival of Malcolm Macdonald and the teams regrettable 1974 FA Cup Final appearance. Theme music by Tom Ra…
 
Andrew Musgrove was up at St James' Park last Thursday as Newcastle United were finally sold. This is a special episode made up of audio from the day which couldn't fit into any of the Chronicle's other coverage. It really is a must-listen - and reaffirms what a party it was!Reach Podcasts による
 
Andrew Musgrove is joined by John Gibson as the pair look back on a fabulous few days for Newcastle United. The Magpies have new owners - with Mike Ashley having finally left the club after the deal to sell it to the Saudi backed consortium was given the green light. Andrew and Gibbo discuss the celebrations, the words of Amanda Staveley, the scrut…
 
The 7th October, 2021! The day Newcastle United was finally sold! To look back on the last 24 hours, Andrew Musgrove - who spent ALL day up at St James' Park with fans yesterday - welcomed The Mirror's Simon Bird, and the NUST chair Greg Tomlinson on the podcast! They talk about the future under new owners!…
 
It's done and dusted - Newcastle United have new owners! This is a quick-fire podcast from outside of St James' Park where Andrew Musgrove has been all day. We'll have a more in-depth one tomorrow - but here it is!Reach Podcasts による
 
Saudi Arabia has agreed to lift the ban on beIN Sports broadcasting in its state. It's a huge development for the NUFC takeover - Mark Douglas and Andrew Musgrove explain why.Reach Podcasts による
 
Matt and Paul are joined by Newcastle United royalty to discuss the club's 1969 Fairs Cup triumph. Bob Moncur was the club captain during this period and he talks us through the era in the first of a very special two-part episode. Bob discusses Newcastle's route to the final, via tricky two-legged ties with clubs like Feyenoord and Glasgow Rangers.…
 
Mark Douglas and Andrew Musgrove discuss all things Newcastle United - most importantly, why both believe it's time for a change in the dugout. Both have gone on record to say they feel Steve Bruce should move on but at the same time, knowing how Mike Ashley runs Newcastle United, believe it won't happen.…
 
John Gibson and Andrew Musgrove preview Wolves vs Newcastle United - and both believe it to be a must-win for the Magpies, although neither believes it will be a victory. They also briefly speak about the CAT hearing.Reach Podcasts による
 
It's now 1961 in our history podcast series. Newcastle's famous captain Joe Harvey has returned to lead the club as a manager and in the six years we cover in this episode the club claw their way out of Division Two and manage to qualify for Europe. Matt and Paul are joined by writer Michael Chaplin whose new book 'Newcastle United Stole My Heart' …
 
Welcome to the latest documentary brought to you by The Everything is Black and White Podcast. Joe: Newcastle's Greatest Ever Servant, takes us through the life and career of former captain and manager of the club Joe Harvey. Harvey won two FA Cups with Newcastle as a player as part of the famous 1950s side, before joining the coaching staff and wa…
 
NUFC fans took part in our Big Bruce Survey with nearly 10K people responding. You can find all the results here: https://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/newcastle-fans-send-loud-message-21645791 It includes who is to blame, a message to Steve Bruce, and fears over relegationReach Podcasts による
 
Matt and Paul are joined by life-long student of Newcastle history Alan Candlish to discuss Newcastle's last domestic cup win. Alan was also at St. James' Park the night Newcastle played their first ever game under floodlights and bore witness to one of the great Newcastle sides featuring Len White, Ivor Allchurch and George Eastham As ever, there'…
 
Welcome to 1951/52, it's the season where Newcastle are about to win their fifth FA Cup out of six ever lifted in their history. The FA Cup champions have just returned from a grueling post season tour of South Africa which has a knock-on effect on their league form but when the FA Cup begins in January 1952 cup fever soon sets in and Newcastle fin…
 
Our chief sports writer Lee Ryder joins Andrew Musgrove to discuss all things Newcastle United. They focus on the defeat to Manchester United, Steve Bruce's press conference and the injury woes facing the Magpies.Reach Podcasts による
 
Newcastle United lost 4-1 to Manchester United - and Steve Bruce wasn't happy with Chronicle Live. Plenty of fans asked us to ask Bruce whether he had been on holiday - we did just that, and his response (you can hear that in this episode) was quite something.Reach Podcasts による
 
John Gibson and Andrew Musgrove are back after the international break to chat about Newcastles' trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United and the small return of Cristiano Ronaldo!Reach Podcasts による
 
It's the start of a golden era for Newcastle United: the 1950s. The club's FA Cup habit returns with a trio of Wembley successes on the horizon led by Jackie Milburn. Paul and Matt are joined by NUFC 'Stat King' Bill Swann, who has helped Paul with facts and figures in his Ultimate Record NUFC book series over the years and attended his first Newca…
 
Mark Douglas joins Andrew Musgrove to discuss all things NUFC including a Companies House update and whether it's significant to the NUFCtakeover, the club's transfer window statement and much more.Reach Podcasts による
 
The latest episode of Gibbo's Corner has dropped - and this month, we focus on Terry McDermott. Affectionately known as Terry Mac, the Liverpudlian had two spells at NUFC, either side of a successful time with Liverpool. He returned as Kevin Keegan's assistant manager as Sir John Hall took over NUFC in 1992. Still living in the North East, Terry Ma…
 
The summer transfer window is shut and Newcastle United only signed Joe Willock! Andrew Musgrove and John Gibson discuss the window - both were not impressed!Reach Podcasts による
 
**Originally broadcast in May 2020. Andrew Musgrove caught up with Tony Green - who for many is considered one of the best to have ever played for Newcastle United. Yet he only played 33 games before injury forced him to retire at the age of just 25. We spoke about the tough months after that injury, and all the happy memories made at Newcaste.…
 
World War II is over, and like the rest of the country, Newcastle United are rebuilding. Paul Joannou and Matt Ketchell are joined this week by historian and keen Newcastle United fan Stephen Allott with the trio picking up in 1946. During this period the club record their biggest ever win (13-0 v Newport County), and unearth players capable of sco…
 
Hello, it's transfer deadline day! Newcastle United have already signed Joe Willock, and Steve Bruce was hopefully of brining in at least one on loan. Hamza Choudhury was his no.1 target but like in January - it appears Bruce may not get his man. United have signed Santiago Munoz - a Mexican 19-year-old who joins for 18 months to go straight into t…
 
Newcastle have drawn 2-2 with Southampton. In truth it was another poor game from the Magpies - but they thought they'd won it with Allan Saint-Maximin scoring in the 91st minute only to see James Ward-Prowse finishing from the spot. It was another outing for VAR with Jamaal Lascelles, rightly, ruled to have fouled Adam Armstrong. The big talking p…
 
Newcastle welcome Southampton to St James' Park and are in desperate need of a victory. The cup exit at the hands of Burnley makes this game even more important! Andrew Musgrove & John Gibson preview it.Reach Podcasts による
 
Mark Douglas and Andrew Musgrove chat about all things Newcastle United. Andrew expresses his concerns that fans already showing apathy toward new season as the pair discuss Steve Bruce's admission that a permanent arrival in the last few days of the window is unlikely. They also discuss the poor start to the season, the future of the Longstaff bro…
 
With Newcastle stuck in Division Two, World War II breaks out. Historian Paul Joannou talks through the War stories of players past, present and future. The club rallied and used the time wisely to stay in touch with the community via regional leagues and developed one of the most promising crop of youngsters ever produced. We also focus on a legen…
 
Newcastle have lost two-nil to Aston Villa at Villa Park. Lee Ryder was down to take in the game and this is his verdict. Danny Ings scored a wondergoal just before HT to give Villa the leader. El Ghazi extended the lead from the spot after VAR ruled Lascelles had handled. Callum Wilson thought he'd secured a penalty for the Magpies but VAR ruled h…
 
Newcastle United head down to Villa Park this weekend looking to put the 4-2 defeat to West Ham behind them. Andrew Musgrove is joined by Gibbo and AVFC writer Ashley Preece to preview the game.Reach Podcasts による
 
After five league titles and three FA Cup wins Newcastle United's fortunes take a dramatic dip in 1934. The club suffer a shock relegation and get stuck in a Second Division rut. They come agonisingly close to a humiliating relegation to the third tier of English football in 1938 but survive by less than a tenth of a goal via the old goal average s…
 
It's our first match preview of the new season! The Magpies welcome West Ham to St James' Park for the opening day of the 2021-22 season. John Gibson and Andrew Musgrove preview the game as well as discussing the pre-season and transfer window too.Reach Podcasts による
 
Our Newcastle United time machine has hit 1931 - 50 years into Newcastle United's 140-year history. What better way to celebrate than with some more silverware? Newcastle are back at Wembley to collect the FA Cup, in controversial circumstances v Arsenal Matt Ketchell and Paul Joannou discuss the cup run, the passing of the Frank Watt after 37 cons…
 
The Mirror's Simon Bird joins host Andrew Musgrove on The Everything is Black & White Podcast to discuss all things Newcastle United. Up for discussion is the takeover, transfers, Steve Bruce and the new season!Reach Podcasts による
 
Earlier in the summer we ran a special Entertainers Era survey on Chronicle Live asking fans for their favourite moments, players, kits and more about NUFC's Entertainer's Era 1992-1997. Chief Newcastle United Writer Lee Ryder joined Fan Engagment Editor Matt Ketchell to discuss the results. For more on the history of Newcastle United visit https:/…
 
Episode 9, fittingly, chronicle's one of the greatest ever strikers to pull on the black and white stripes: Wor Hughie Gallacher. The episode also covers the glorious 1926/27 season where Newcastle win an actual top flight title once again, though sadly this will be the last time it happens during this series. To discuss all this Matt Ketchell and …
 
Episode 8 chronicles Newcastle United's first ever visit to Wembley in 1924, and the rebuilding period that came before that, following WWI. Matt and Paul are joined this week by Dan Jackson, a historian and author of ‘The Northumbrians: North-East England and Its People: A New History’. You can follow Dan at twitter.com/northumbriana Some links to…
 
Gibbo's Corner is back and this time Andrew Musgrove and John Gibson discuss Newcastle United's best ever partnerships. Shearer & Ferdinand Cole & Beardsley Supermac and tudor Quinn and Mcghee plus Clark and Craig, Illey and Anderson, and Bowyer and Dyer (yes, you read that right!) Take a listen! And please remember to like and subscribe!…
 
Episode 7 chronicles Newcastle United and the Great War, 1914-18. Matt and Paul are joined by Dr Alexander Jackson who not only works as a Curator at The National Football Museum, he is also a Newcastle United supporter as well. Alex is in the process of writing a book entitled ‘Football’s Great War’ which is due out in 2022. For further reading on…
 
It's been a busy start to the week regarding Newcastle United as the club announced their arbitration against the Premier League had been delayed. Mark Douglas and Andrew Musgrove discuss the impact of the news and are joined by the NUST's Thomas Concannon.Reach Podcasts による
 
Newcastle United's takeover hopes have been hit by a hammer blow after their arbitration case was pushed back until early 2022. Both the Magpies and the Premier League agreed to the decision after the initial hope for a resolution this month was delayed due to 'issues with disclosure of evidence'. A short United statement read: "The parties attende…
 
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