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Best Danny Wallace podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Danny Wallace podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The Great Leader has returned to Radio X and transmission of The Important Broadcast will commence on Sunday mornings from 11am - 1pm! Gather round, grab your listening partner and prepare for laughs, japes, larks and skits. You can listen to Radio X across the UK on DAB, 104.9 in London, 97.7 in Manchester on your mobile or via www.radiox.co.uk. You can send your listener comments to Danny@radiox.co.uk
 
For many performers, their biggest fears is that people will find the creative writing they produced when they were younger. Early poetry, short stories, song lyrics, scripts and more shouldn't stay hidden in shoe boxes in our parents' house or in password protected folders on our laptops. It’s time we monetised that shame and gave those pieces the public outing our 15 year old selves would’ve wanted. Each week a guest brings something they wrote in their adolescence to be discussed and co-a ...
 
THE DJ BE EXPERIENCE DJ BE (Diversifiedsound / ATL House Notes / Celebrate / Afro*Disiac Live Radio / 4Deep) Home Base: Atlanta, GA Styles: Deep Soulful Afro House + Lounge & Soul. Much can be said of a DJ that plays to win. A DJ, much like a point guard running his team’s offense on the court, brings their A game to any environment, home court advantage or not. This is the playing field for one of Atlanta’s “hardest working house music DJs.” DJ BE, AKA BEasy, electrocutes the atmosphere wit ...
 
Reaching Out To . . . .Sexually Broken People - showing them how God transforms the lives of those who turn to Him, and how He empowers them to lead a life of grace, love and purity. Through personal testimonies and investigative reports on subjects such as human trafficking, child prostitution, pornography addiction, homosexuality and child abuse, we inspire people with the hope and the knowledge that God loves them and wants to set them free from their brokenness or the brokenness of a lov ...
 
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This week The IBS (minus poorly Steve) had the pleasure of chatting to Senior Listener, Jurgen - The Blind Foodie! In Steve's absence, Jurgen was also kind enough to judge this week's Dinner Winner. There was plenty of Showbiz news, obviously and The Great Leader has some hose pipe issues. Please send your listener comments to Danny@radiox.co.ukTha…
 
We are delighted to have Danny Wallace on the show discussing his career. In this 90 minute chat we discuss how he started out doing work experience on Sega Power magazine before being taken on by Future and had several years on much loved mags Super Play, Total and a return to Sega Power. As well as this Danny shares his early experiences working …
 
Project man Danny Wallace pops into the Early Work Zoom to discuss his childhood pranks showing off his knowledge of the legal system, his Gaelic poetry illustrations and finally some billboard-worthy deep and thought-provoking poems. All the hot topics covered: Race, where you come from. All of them. Not to mention the stark, brutalist poetry he w…
 
Whether its on baritone sax, alto flute or bass clarinet, Dr. Brian Landrus is among the most exciting players and composers around. Just over forty years old, and a newly minted Ph.D. from Rutgers University, Brian has been made several of the most interesting recording of the past few years. From The Deep Below in 2015, his large ensemble work Ge…
 
Former Celtic Shane Larkin joins the Celtics Talk Podcast to discuss the cancellation fo the EuroLeague, his time in Boston and why he thinks Jayson Tatum could one day be the best player in the NBA. Chris, Sherrod and Kyle also get into the NBA potentially returning and what it could look like for certain teams if and when it does. 2:00 - How opti…
 
Jimmy Cobb, one of the most important drummers in jazz from the 1950's on, has died at the age of 91. The cause was lung cancer. Had he only played on Kind of Blue, the 1959 masterpiece from the Miles Davis Sextet, his mark in the jazz world would have been made. His subtle pulse, all brushes, cymbals and snare, make the music from that historic da…
 
Here's Part Two of my conversation with Chris Crenshaw, a top trombonist and one of the many fascinating musicians who make up the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. In this Podcast, Chris, talks about more recent releases on Blue Engine Records from the JLCO archives, including their take on Duke Ellington's Black, Brown and Beige and Handful of Ke…
 
Blue Engine Records, the label operated by Jazz at Lincoln Center, continues to release more exciting music for us to enjoy. Reaching into their rich archives of performances form the past four years, they have recently released two albums that feature one of their top trombonists, Christopher Crenshaw. The Fifties: A Prism was a highlight of the 2…
 
It’s transatlantic guest time! Amy Hoggart is live from New York to tell us all about her frankly ridiculous childhood. Pretending to win public speaking contests, dressing up as a big egg, demanding to play men, accidentally exposing herself, and for the second episode in a row, watching her own school burn down. That’s all before we get into the …
 
Celtics Superfan Donnie Wahlberg chats with Sherrod Blakely about why this year’s Celtics team was his favorite, and why he thinks an NBA win no fans will be just as entertaining. Our Celtics Talk crew discusses his comments and give their picks for which Celtics team they want to see a ‘last dance’ documentary on. 4:00- Donnie Wahlberg discusses a…
 
Former NBA referee Danny Crawford joins the Celtics Talk Podcast to give insight into his 30+ years with the NBA. Danny shares stories about Rasheed Wallace, Tommy Heinsohn and Brad Stevens and also talks about what it was like to be a part of the infamous Michael Jordan "push off" in Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals. 2:00 - Danny Crawford reflects on…
 
Welcome to Module (it's as easy as) 1-2-3. This week, The Great Leader extended a greeting to the only-children of the nation and of course, it was once again time for the re-telling of THAT Eurovision story. Steve picked a beef with a soft drinks company and get ready to learn YET AGAIN that you must never trust a crow. Please send your listener c…
 
Episode 113 (feat. Cody Belew) Cody Belew was a contestant on The Voice who won the hearts of the nation with his high energy stage-craft and pitch perfect performances. On this episode he joins Jeff to discuss coming out, embracing his Country music roots and marrying that with his personal life, why every man should be able to build a shed and ho…
 
If we were not living through the nightmare of COVID-19, promoter Danny Melnick of Absolutely Live Entertainment would be busy with jazz shows across the world, and would be gearing up for presenting the Freihofer's Saratoga Jazz Festival. But these are strange days indeed, and Danny finds that all of his hard work has gone for naught. At least for…
 
The New York Post's Brian Lewis joins A. Sherrod Blakely to discuss Kyrie Irving wanting to play 1-on-1 with Kemba Walker. Lewis also offers his thoughts on the long-term potential of the Brooklyn Nets and what changes he'd like to see on and off the court once the NBA returns. 0:50 – The New York Post’s Brian Lewis on Kyrie Irving wanting to play …
 
Following on from episode 94 we continue our walk down memory lane looking at July to December 1998. Many gamers see 1998 as one of the greatest years in gaming. All the main machines had several must own titles that were released. We share our experiences and memories playing Banjo Kazooie, Half-Life, Tekken 3 and many more. We also discuss some o…
 
NBC Sports Chicago's K.C. Johnson joins A. Sherrod Blakely to talk about "The Last Dance" docuseries from an insider's perspective. The two also discuss comparing both Michael Jordan's Bulls to Bill Russell's Celtics as well as the Bulls' current front office vs. the Celtics success under Danny Ainge. 1:00 - Bulls insider for NBC Sports Chicago K.C…
 
The Important Broadcast Squad invite you to directly into the zeitgeist with the new lockdown hashtag #BinsOutTinsOut. It's nice to feel a part of something after all. This week, Steve brought news of his recent campaign launch and The Great Leader did a sensational job of judging a tense Dinner Winner. Please send your listener comments to Danny@r…
 
Marc J. Spears from ESPN The Undefeated joins A. Sherrod Blakely to discuss the likelihood of the NBA returning this summer, the popularity of "The Last Dance" series, Dennis Rodman's career, the interesting personality of Jaylen Brown and more. 1:00 - Marc Spears gives his thoughts on the potential return of the NBA in 2020. 4:00 - With "The Last …
 
2:30- Mike Gorman and Tommy Heinsohn discuss where the idea for ‘The Tommy Award’ came from 5:30- How did Red Auerbach help influence giving away ‘Tommy points’? 7:00- How did a Tommy point help get a girl asked to prom? 9:15- Who has the most Tommy points and Tommy awards of all-time? 15:30- Montage of some of our favorite Tommy point/Tommy awards…
 
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It's been nice chatting to old friends lately - so this week the IBS welcomed another! Comedian, actor, instructor and football manager Bilal Zafar was on the line to talk about impersonating right-wingers on Twitter and his appearance in what he described as "the biggest film of the year". As well as all that - there was a pummelling in Dinner Win…
 
1:00- Mike and Tommy share what they’ve been up to during quarantine 5:00- Tommy talks about his art work, and some of his famous paintings 16:00- Mike & Tommy share their favorite stories throughout the years 20:00- Mike reveals the moment that he thinks they became “Mike & Tommy” 25:00- Tommy reflects back on almost not becoming a Boston Celtic…
 
As The Great Leader once again beamed his words from an isolation basement in Suffolk, they were heard clearly and they were heard well. Many things were learned about Japan this week, thanks to Paul Hollywood (54). The IBS were also joined by an excellent guest in the shape of Ricky Gervais! Please send your listener comments to Danny@radiox.co.uk…
 
2:50- Wyc Grousbeck and Danny Ainge discuss possibilities of NBA return 6:30- Should NBA fans feel optimistic about a return this season? 11:00- How would NBA with no fans impact the quality of the games? 17:55- Reaction to first 2 episodes of Jordan doc, is Ainge to blame for Jordan’s 63 points? 25:45- Which current NBA player could defend Michael…
 
It's another elongated episode this week - because the IBS figures that you've probably got time for that. In this module, learn of the retirement party in a jet fighter, find out if Steve's been washing his hair and learn oh so many things about Paul Hollywood. Please send your listener comments to Danny@radiox.co.ukThank you.…
 
Glenn Moore! Once newsreader and maybe someday if live events return, back to being a comedian. Glenn has always had great jokes comics have been jealous of, but just wait until Tarantino, James Cameron, Spielberg, Scorsese and, yeah, why not, Richard Curtis, hear his adolescent story telling. Extremely visual, extraordinarily cinematic (in that a …
 
Episode 111 (feat. Danny Wallace) A self-pronounced 'wholesome chap', Danny Wallace is a renaissance man, with career successes that span across film, television and radio. He has authored a number of adult and children's novels, been a journalist for many large publications, written for and starred in the Assassin's Creed franchise as Shaun Hastin…
 
We've lost another giant. Lee Konitz, the alto sax player whose career spanned from bebop in the clubs of Broadway to the present has passed away from COVID-19 related issues. he was 92. One of the players introduced to me by my father, Konitz found a way to do it all during his 70 odd years in jazz. He helped invent improvisational jazz with Lenny…
 
In this episode we speak to Glen O'Connell about his career in the games industry as well as sports PR. Starting out at Psygnosis he shares some great experiences of visiting games magazines helping promote new titles and his early thoughts working in the industry. However when Sony were ready to launch the PlayStation things soon changed. Titles s…
 
Evan Williams burst onto our screens during his Comedy Central Roast Battle appearances, it was at the after party for the show that the hilarious story of his first meeting with Jeff Leach occurred (recounted in this episode). Joining Jeff at Savage HQ via Zoom, the pair discuss alpha males, addiction, conquering one's insecurities, male fragility…
 
55 years ago today was the famous ‘Havlicek stole the ball’ Tommy Heinsohn reflects back on the life and career of John Havlicek. 4:15- Tommy Heinsohn reflects on the athlete John Havlicek was 6:40- Heinsohn on being roommates with Havlicek 14:30- Where does Havlicek rank among Celtics greats? 16:30- Tommy on the ‘Havlicek stole the ball’ play…
 
A lengthy conversation with Wolfgang Muthspiel has been a long overdue podcast to prepare for my listeners. The Austrian born guitarist, composer and record label owner has been among the most dynamic guitarists of recent years, and has made some shining albums for ECM. His latest release, Angular Blues, is a return to the trio format, following tw…
 
Lockdown. Doc Brown. The only guest to have an Early Work section on his wikipedia. How do you go from samosa dealing in your youth to playing a drug dealer in the Inbetweeners? From beatboxing in school talent shows to Jump Off champion and features on David Brent tracks? The extraordinary career of Ben Bailey Smith is no accident. He put in the w…
 
Andrew Doyle is not just a stand-up comedian and writer with a long and expansive list of accolades across television, stage and commercial radio in the UK, he is also the man behind the satirical parody account @TitaniaMcGrath on twitter. Currently with half a million followers, Andrew has used his virtue-signalling, woke as a joke, sjw character …
 
It's a bumper pack, fun-sized, party-mode episode this week. No particular reason... Perhaps The Great Leader just had a lot to say. The IBS also check in with author John Niven to talk about his new book and a bin that he bought! Please send your listener comments to Danny@radiox.co.ukThank you.By Radio X
 
Mike Gorman joins our Celtics Talk crew to share what he has been up to during quarantine, then debate what has been the best Celtics trade in franchise history. 1:00- What has Mike Gorman been up to during quarantine? 3:30- How does a play-by-play guy stay sharp during the break? 11:10- Where does the KG trade stand among the best Celtics trades? …
 
World's most interesting man, anecdote champion of the universe and low-hairlined Australian-raised Hong Kongese British citizen Dan Schreiber bowls into the Early Work Zoom sessions. A quarantine special. A lockdown exclusive. Story upon story of his parents hugely successful hairdressing and karaoke careers, Dan's own teenage bands, cult like sch…
 
With the IBS fully adjusted to The Great Leader's physical absence - let us all thank goodness for his continued audio presence. This week, a fire in a bin caused upset in a community WhatsApp group, Steve has been out in "the exercise yard" and some oranges spoil the day for a young Wallace. There's also a cracking Dinner Winner and some passable …
 
For this special bonus episode of the Maximum Power Up podcast, we have an almost full house* as the team gather to keep each other sane during Lockdown 2020. What games do the team reach for in times of trouble? What games will they play over the coming weeks as they're "staying home" like responsible adults? What tips do they have for you, the li…
 
Wallace Roney, one of the top trumpet players in the world today, died this week from complications from COVID-19. He was 59. Roney was one of the "Young Lions" that invigorated straight ahead jazz in the 1990's. Chosen by Miles Davis as his heir apparent, he was a close friend and collaborator with Miles from 1985 until Davis' death in 1991. He sp…
 
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