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Best Dick Broadcasting podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Dick Broadcasting podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The setting is today. The male of the species has been cowered to near extinction by a combination of privileged white girl Soul Cycle feminism and excessive pass interference calls in football. From their drunken repose at a Hollywood area bar and pizza joint, Lex Jurgen and Matt Ralston broadcast the last bastion of masculine thought to a dispersed audience of survivors. Like a giant dick beacon, if that’s your thing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Ticket Stub is a weekly movie talk show featuring 3 co-host; Chris, Conner and Dick. The Ticket Stub broadcast LIVE on Conroe’s FM 104.5/106.1 and worldwide at irlonestar.com and the Lone Star Internet Radio App. Listeners that are not able to listen live, are able to subscribe to The Ticket Stub on our podcast network. Which include Stitcher, iTunes and Google Play. The Ticket Stub is also produced on video format, which viewers can enjoy TTS on Youtube, Channel 12 “Our City TV” on Sudd ...
Take It from Here was a British radio comedy programme broadcast between 1948 and 1960. It was written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden, and starred Jimmy Edwards, Dick Bentley and Joy Nichols. When Nichols moved to New York City in 1953, she was replaced by June Whitfield and Alma Cogan. The show is best remembered for introducing The Glums. Through TIFH Muir and Norden reinvented British post-war radio comedy – amongst other influences, it was one of the first shows with a significant segmen ...
‘I have written a blasphemous book’, said Melville when his novel was first published in 1851, ‘and I feel as spotless as the lamb’. Deeply subversive, in almost every way imaginable, Moby-Dick is a virtual, alternative bible – and as such, ripe for reinterpretation in this new world of new media. Out of Dominion was born its bastard child – or perhaps its immaculate conception – the Moby-Dick Big Read: an online version of Melville’s magisterial tome: each of its 135 chapters read out aloud ...
The show first aired in 1934 for the NBC Radio New England region. Himan Brown, then still at college, arranged the radio rights for the comic strip. On February 4, 1935, it was picked up by CBS Radio, airing in 15 minute episodes four times a week. Returning next season it aired on Mutual Broadcasting System from September 30, 1935 to March 24, 1937. From April 29, 1939, "Dick Tracy" became a half-hour-long prime time radio serial, airing at 5:00 pm. When the USA got involved in the Second ...
listening sessions for the third ear ~ cut-up collage edits & free-format mixtape compilations eclectic selective assemblage ~ ranging from difficult to easy listeningvarious genres ~ various artistsinstrumentals . songs . spoken_word oddly modified - modly oddifiedmerging into medleys of metapsyphonicaCustomer Review: "Constantly Unfolding""AgentA mixes together a wide assortment of music, clips of commercials and television audio into a smooth moving assemblage that both challenges and gro ...
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Washington Athletic Director Jen Cohen joins Softy and Dick to talk about the current climate in college athletics, the decision to go to conference games only, at least, for football and the effort to get sports back going and the hurdles that remain.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
There are heroes in this life, and then there are HEROES. Like Matt and I drinking beers and eating pretzels and violating many standing COVID restrictions by our mayor, governor, and almighty W.H.O. Council of Elders by coming together for the big 169. Greatest Generation type stuff. Hold your applause. After what seems like a lifetime of coronavi…
Lauren Kirschman of the Tacoma News Tribune joins Softy and Dick to discuss the cancellation of the Michigan game with Washington September as the Big Ten elects to play only conference games, what it means for the wide scale of college football, when the game could get rescheduled and more.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
Mariners pitcher Justus Sheffield joins Softy and Dick to discuss the first several days of workouts for the team at T-Mobile Park as baseball tries to get restarted. Also, how he spent his time staying ready over the last few months and his outlook for the season.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
Michael Ginnitti of Spotrac joins Softy and Dick to discuss Patrick Mahomes' new contract with the Chiefs and where the quarterback market will go, Cam Newton's small deal in New England and what the market could look the next time Russell Wilson comes up for a new deal.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
After getting into a minor Twitter squabble with Softy on Monday, Seth Keysor of The Athletic joins Softy and Dick to discuss Patrick Mahomes' new deal with the Chiefs in Kansas City and the challenges the team will face managing the big deal into the future.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News joins Softy and Dick to discuss the chances of the Michigan vs. Washington game going off this September with non-conference games potentially in jeopardy. Also where do college sports turn if the virus continues to surge across the country?By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
KJR morning show host Chuck Powell joins Softy and Dick to discuss his thoughts on the outlook for the upcoming baseball season actually happening, reacting to players pulling out from the season, who to pay attention to for the Mariners this year and more.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
Author and poker player Jane Hitchcock joins us to discuss her journey from high society to underground poker games, her new book Bluff, the real life crime that inspired it, and some PLO8 strategy. 0:30 Hello & welcome 3:17 Jane Hitchcock Jane Hitchcock Jane Stanton Hitchcock is a New York Times bestselling author, playwright, and screenwriter, be…
It's the Steve N Allen's Week Podcast (with Steve N Allen), helping us through the lockdown. You can get the last episodes here. In this podcast: We look at the news that Pret will not open some stores and hear about the time they asked me not to be naked. Also we talk to Mark Machado about which shops are on the way out. And if you're enjoying the…
Kevin Martinez, the Director of Marketing for the Seattle Mariners, joins Softy and Dick to discuss the plans the team is sorting through for having crowd noise in the ball park, involving fans in the broadcasts and trying to make the upcoming games as normal as possible.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
Former KJR host and Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril joins Softy and Dick to discuss what it would be like to be facing playing football amid a pandemic. Also, he discusses working with Bruce Irvin, J.T. Tuimoloau and other pass rushers on their techniques.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
Good buddy and former KUBE host Eddie Francis joins Softy and Dick from Los Angeles to discuss the continued social activism we've seen in the sports world, Colin Kaepernick's messaging and outlook for returning to the NFL and the continued Black Lives Matter movement.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
Tim Healey, Arizona State In this episode I chat with Tim Healey, the radio voice of the Arizona State Sun Devils in football, basketball, and baseball. Topics of discussion include: What he’s doing to stay sharp as a play-by-play broadcaster during the pandemic. Why he walks 4.2 miles on his regular walks to honor former Sun Devil Pat Tillman. … R…
Sounders broadcaster Matt Johnson joins Softy and Dick to discuss the team's return to play in the MLS tournament in Orlando. Also, what challenges he anticipates calling the games remotely from a studio and what to expect from the team on the field.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News joins Softy and Dick to discuss the financial implications of Under Armour backing out of its equipment sponsorship deal with UCLA, and potentially other schools. Also, the dangers athletes could be facing in their return to campus this fall.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
Ben Fischer of The Sports Business Journal joins Softy and Dick to discuss the chances of the NFL season being played as scheduled, the challenges the league will have to face in getting that task accomplished and some of the financial implications ahead.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
Chris Price of the Boston Globe joins Softy and Hugh Millen to discuss the Patriots' signing of former Panthers QB Cam Newton and the battle with Jarrett Stidham. Also, how the Patriots are moving forward following Tom Brady's departure to Tampa Bay.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
John Canzano of The Oregonian joins Softy and Dick to give his thoughts on the dropping of the "Civil War" moniker for athletic competitions between Oregon and Oregon State. Also, a look at the NBA restarting and the outlook for the Trail Blazers.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
Former Miami Marlins team president and current CBS analyst David Samson joins Softy and Dick to discuss the agreement to begin the baseball season, some of the guidelines in place to protect health and safety and the logistics of a 60-game season.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
Mariners owner John Stanton joins Softy and Dick for a lengthy discussion about the plan to get the 2020 baseball season underway. The discussion touches on the recent labor battle, the loss of money owners will face, the structure for the upcoming season and outlook for the Mariners.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
Petros Papadakis joins Softy to discuss the Bubba Wallace situation in NASCAR and the investigation into a possible hate crime in his garage. Also, how COVID-19 will continue to affect upcoming season and Petros thinks Softy's idea to reschedule the Michigan game is absurd.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News joins Softy and Dick to discuss players across college football using their voices as Kylin Hill says he won't represent Mississippi State until the state flag is changed. Also, a look at UW recruiting after Will Latu's commitment.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
Professional poker player and best-selling author Maria Konnikova returns to the show to discuss focus, multitasking, the progress of her career, and her new book The Biggest Bluff. Maria’s first appearance on Episode 247 is one of our all-time favorite shows! We’ll be donating all June proceeds from The Nitcast Store to Give Directly. Get yourself…
Jerry Brewer of the Washington Post joins the show to discuss his column on the racist incident toward Bubba Wallace in NASCAR and the sport looking to shed its past racial connotations. And a thought on how and if the football season happens in the fall.By Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR (KJR-AM)
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