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Best Sitdown podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Sitdown podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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NBC's "Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist" provides sharp, conversational coverage of the day's news, along with in-depth profiles of the people and ideas shaping our culture. In his “Sunday Sitdowns,” Geist chats with some of the biggest names in news and pop culture, from actors and musicians to presidents and CEOs, about the stories behind their success. This podcast features the full, unedited versions of those conversations for an even deeper look at the names in the headlines. "Sunday TODA ...
 
What more could be said about The Sopranos? Well, frankly quite a bit! Join seasoned Sopranos vet Jim Scampoli and Sopranos virgin (yes they exist) Jakob Burrows as they embark on a journey through all 6 seasons of The Sopranos starting with episode 1. Whether you have seen them all multiple times or you are just now getting around to it, there will be adventure, excitement and plenty of gabagool. Interact during the live recordings on our Youtube channel or send comments and thoughts to sho ...
 
Cinema SitDown is a movie review podcast that enjoys discussing the elements of cinema. We intend to entertain and enlighten as we discuss and debate the merits of current and classic films and their inspirations. Join us in our conversations as we delve into interesting aspects of film.
 
TV & film are no longer seen as just mind-numbing entertainment. Many shows and movies have insights that leave a profound impact on the audience. A lot are still just mind-numbing entertainment though. There's always something interesting to explore in the business of entertainment. Come along for the ride.
 
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Keanu Reeves has been a Hollywood powerhouse since Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure put him on the map three decades ago, going on to star in movies like The Matrix, Speed and Point Break. Through it all, Reeves has stayed grounded and kept his personal life private. In this week's "Sunday Sitdown" Willie Geist talks with the actor about his role…
 
Putting this episode out later than I wanted to, but in today's show I remember my friend Michael Brooks. So many people on the left are losers but Michael was a winner. Michael was intelligent, compassionate, full of integrity and hilarious. I only got to know him for a short time but it was always a joy to work with him and I always thought we'd …
 
On this episode, Frank Crivello is joined by the State Of Play Pod's Martino Puccio and Matthew Santangelo! The panel reviews the crazy season that was and hand out some awards! Do you agree? Plus who who calcio Twitter this week? Follow us on twitter and instagram @SerieASitdown @FTC_21 and @R_Kharman on @Worldfootballi #SASpod #UCL #UEL #DerbyMil…
 
Jim and Jakob are back to discuss the new Netflix Docuseries, Fear City: New York vs. The Mafia, that’s right we have some new mob entertainment to enjoy and we get to discuss the series as a whole and how it relates to our favorite show, The Sopranos. Please email us your thoughts at showswhatyouknowshow@gmail.com or tweet @showswhatuknow. Please …
 
Viola Davis’ journey to the top of Hollywood’s A-list began on a former plantation in South Carolina, where she was born. She moved to Rhode Island at a young age and grew up poor, but found her way out through acting. In this week’s “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist talks to the actress about her extraordinary life and career, as well as a project th…
 
On this episode, Frank Crivello and Richard Kharman recap another Juventus title, can they be stopped? Immobile inching closer to Higuain with a tripletta against Hellas and many contenders for goals of the week. Plus who who calcio Twitter this week? Follow us on twitter and instagram @SerieASitdown @FTC_21 and @R_Kharman on @Worldfootballi #SASpo…
 
It’s been over 30 years since Lenny Kravitz released his breakthrough first album “Let Love Rule.” Since then he has sold more than 40 million albums and at one point won the Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance four years in a row. In this week’s “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist talks to the rock star about his long career in the indust…
 
On this episode, Frank Crivello and Richard Kharman are back to recap #JuventusLazio where TWO players get to the 30-goal plateau and #RomaInter where an oopsies by Spinazzola blows it for #Roma. That and the big news that #Milan will not hire #Rangnick but keep #Pioli as manager for the next two seasons. All that and a crazy round of goals! Follow…
 
Frank Crivello and Richard Kharman interview the Official Lecce Fan Club from the UK. How did Londoners come to support a small team from Southern Italy? We dig into that and more! Don't forget to subscribe, follow our podcast and as always, tell your paisans about us! #calcio2go #seriea #serieatim #wearecalcio #Lecce #GenoaLecce #GenoaFollow the l…
 
Chris Evans is best known for his role as Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but his latest projects are a change of pace for the Hollywood star. In this week’s “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist gets together with the actor for a virtual conversation about his role in the new Apple TV series Defending Jacob and his step off the screen i…
 
Folks...things in the US are pretty bad right now. So we figured we'd talk about another country. A week after the 25th anniversary of the massacre at Srebrenica, Christian Kaiser and I sit down to have a lighthearted conversation about genocide. Hope you enjoy. Subscribe to the show on Patreon where $5 a month gets you a show every day.…
 
On this episode, Frank Crivello and Richard Kharman are back to recap a ridiculous huge weekend of calcio. The cream of the crop rise and pretenders fall. Join us as we recap the last matchweek, including gems like #JuventusAtalanta and #NapoliMilan ! Follow us on twitter and instagram @SerieASitdown @FTC_21 and @R_Kharman on @Worldfootballi #SASpo…
 
Jennifer Hudson’s big, unmistakable voice has carried her from the pews of a Chicago church to stardom on “American Idol,” then to an Oscar and a pair of Grammy Awards. In this week’s “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist talks to the singer and actress about that journey, her role in Cats, and how she moved forward after unthinkable tragedy in her life. …
 
On this episode, Frank Crivello and Richard Kharman sit down with Milano Miguel! We breakdown Lazio's narrow win and Juventus goalfest over Genoa. That and recap the 40+ goals from this weekend and talk Milan! Follow us on twitter and instagram @SerieASitdown @FTC_21 and @R_Kharman on @Worldfootballi #SASpod #UCL #UEL #DerbyMilano #DerbyMilan #Derb…
 
Jake Gyllenhaal’s role in the blockbuster hit Spider-Man: Far From Home was a first for the Oscar-nominated actor, who over the last twenty years has earned his place among Hollywood’s elite. In this week’s “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist talks to Gyllenhaal about pivoting from that big-budget superhero film to his role in a critically-acclaimed Bro…
 
On this episode, Frank Crivello and Richard Kharman sit down with Nostradamus himself, James Rowe. The only man to call De Ligt to Juventus. We also welcome five straight of calcio in all its glorious moments. From Don Cornelius to the Atalanta comeback! Follow us on twitter and instagram @SerieASitdown @FTC_21 and @R_Kharman on @Worldfootballi #SA…
 
Hosted by Rufus Griscom, and featuring thought-leaders Malcolm Gladwell, Susan Cain, Adam Grant, and Daniel Pink, The Next Big Idea brings you the most groundbreaking ideas that have the power to change the way you live, work, and think. This week’s episode features a conversation about the power of being “weird.” Listen to the full episode here: h…
 
At 41 years old, John Legend has already joined the most exclusive club in show business – earning an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony, and becoming the first African-American man to achieve the elusive EGOT. In this week’s “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist gets together with the award-winning singer over Zoom to talk about his latest album and the…
 
I think if you're going to talk about racial justice and white supremacy you have to take a look at U.S. Imperialism. In today's episode, Deb and I talk about the U.S.'s 1983 invasion of Grenada, Maurice Bishop's JEWEL Movement, and try to connect the dots between big business, small Caribbean nations and the oppression of people right here at home…
 
On this episode, Frank Crivello and Richard Kharman are back from their hiatus and so is Serie A! The boys talk #CoppaItalia semis recap and preview the final of #Juventus vs #Napoli. They also preview the five days straight of calcio fixtures. WE CANNOT WAIT! Follow us on twitter and instagram @SerieASitdown @FTC_21 and @R_Kharman on @Worldfootbal…
 
Samuel L. Jackson’s breakthrough in the cult classic Pulp Fiction came at the age of 45, after he had already lived a full life both professionally and personally. In this week’s “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist talks to the legendary actor about his prolific movie career since then and the road to becoming the most bankable star in Hollywood. (Origi…
 
Kerry Washington has a habit of playing strong women, from Anita Hill in the 2016 film Confirmation to her seven-season run as Olivia Pope on the hit show Scandal. In this week's "Sunday Sitdown," Willie Geist talks to Washington about how starring in that show changed her life, her role in the Broadway play turned Netflix movie American Son, and w…
 
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