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Best Graeme Adams podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Graeme Adams podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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End of the World News is grooves and news from around the world, mashed and crashed against the wall. Lauren, Adam and Graeme talk trash about international events with caffeinated cartoon voices from the world press and the dark net. The Big World Love Vibe: Roots & Beats, Funk & Soul, Dubbed Vibes & Dyslexic Drum & Bass. The antidote to The Corporation. Call in and we will put you on.
 
Great story-telling is at the centre of any great marketing philosophy so Bryan Adams, CEO of digital marketing agency Ph.Creative takes this a step further to hear the invaluable thoughts of his favourite marketing experts, including Seth Godin, Joe Pulizzi and Brian Clark. Thankfully, they were kind enough to take some time out of their schedules and answer the questions we’d all love to ask!
 
Famous sporting names take on an 'interview' like no other, as Colin Murray asks his guests to leave the questions to chance. '52' sees guests select playing cards from a deck, on each of them a random question, setting the agenda for the most unpredictable sports podcast around. From 'When did you last cry?' to 'What superpower would you like to have?', the rule book has been ripped up. Shuffle up.
 
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Unfortunately, just as it seemed Jean-Philippe Gbamin might play a part for Everton this season, the opportunity has once again been taken away. The midfielder has suffered another serious injury which will keep him on the sidelines for the long term as his back luck at Goodison Park continues. Phil Kirkbride is joined by Adam Jones and Sam Carroll…
 
Happy Friday everyone! It’s the end of another week of radio madness on The Chris Moyles Show and we have a brand new podcast for you to enjoy! Alan Carr dropped in on FaceTime this week to tell us all about his new ‘Epic Gameshow’ where he’s reviving some classic British gameshow formats - Play Your Cards Right, Strike It Lucky and Bullseye! It wa…
 
With cycling booming in popularity, the second hand market has been going crazy in the past couple of months. Buying a bike second hand can be daunting though, and without the security of buying through a dealer, mistakes can be made. Drawing upon our own experiences, we’ve put together some handy hints and tips to help you in your search for a new…
 
Everton are facing up to a new transfer reality because of the coronavirus crisis. Planned spending looks as though it will have to be reined in and frees, loans and swaps could dominate the market when it opens. And on today's podcast, host Phil Kirkbride asks Sam Carroll and Adam Jones how confident they are that the Blues can still find the righ…
 
We’re picking up again with Chris Porter, for part two of our Meets interview with the bike and suspension engineer. If you’ve not listened to part one, check in your podcast provider’s listings for the BikeRadar Podcast to find it, as this second part will make lot more sense if you’ve heard the first! This podcast does include some strong languag…
 
In this podcast Technical Writer Seb Stott meets Chris Porter, the man behind Geometron Bikes and Mojo Rising suspension. He’s a man who’s been heavily involved in mountain bike and suspension design for decades, playing an influential part in the development of bike geometry, certainly in recent years. With experience ranging from motor bike journ…
 
Today we tackle your questions on the Royal Blue podcast. Listeners put a whole host of topics on the table for host Phil Kirkbride, Adam Jones and Sam Carroll to get their teeth stuck into. There were questions on the new kit deal with Hummel, future shirt sponsorship deals and potential pre-season tours of the US. The four key areas for Everton t…
 
And it’s the end of another week on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X which means once again it’s time for a brand new podcast to grace your feed! This week we welcomed funny man Jack Whitehall in for a virtual chat to hear all about his new foodie charity project and ask him if his new girlfriend remembers going to one of Chris’ birthday drinks!?? …
 
With £2bn pledged for green transport in the UK following the COVID-19 outbreak in the UK, there’s great potential to get more bums on saddles when it comes to the daily commute. Cycling to work is healthy, cheap and often faster than driving through a city – it’s also preferable to sitting on crowded public transport! Between our technical editors…
 
To begin your career in the games industry with Star Wars and Grim Fandango might corrupt the inexperienced minds of some, but not Mark Cooke. After a phenomenal start to his career, there's been no taking the foot off the accelerator since, leading to work with prominent studios like Grasshopper Manufacture and Nihilistic Software. Mark joins Paul…
 
It's all about the past, present and future on today's Royal Blue podcast. On the anniversary of Everton's 1995 FA Cup win, we ask why supporters are conflicted by the date and the panel discuss what has got to happen to bring silverware back to Goodison. Host Phil Kirkbride opens the podcast by talking about the day's breaking news, that Everton h…
 
The debate has raged for years in mountain biking, but with electric-assisted road bikes having a growing presence on the road, we debate whether they’re ‘cheating’ or just another way to get out on two wheels and enjoy the roads. Our Senior Road Technical Editor Warren is a big fan, citing the ability to explore further, and getting those less abl…
 
The Royal Blue Podcast returns - from home - to discuss the latest talking points surrounding Everton and the return of Premier League football. Host Sam Carroll is joined by Adam Jones and Dave Prentice as the trio dissect European Cup Winners' Cup glory, the latest government comments about the Premier League and talented prospects coming through…
 
Yes you read the title of this week’s podcast right...it’s time for the long awaited return of one of radio’s greatest features - Celebrity Tarzan! Listen in to this week’s edition of the podcast to find out which mystery celebrity voice was behind the iconic Tarzan yell. The team also had a great time catching up with a couple of great guests this…
 
BikeRadar virtually meets with leading cycling and active travel journalist Laura Laker and Adam Tranter (the cycling mayor for Coventry) from the Streets Ahead podcast, to discuss whether some good will come from the current situation in the form of more funding for cycling and more people on bikes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out in…
 
The government has given the Premier League the green light to restart the season in June but the big question that kicks off this latest episode of the Royal Blue podcast is: should we be even talking about playing football again? Host Phil Kirkbride, Adam Jones and Chris Beesley also discuss the issues of playing out the campaign at neutral venue…
 
While it’s easy to get drawn into the assumption that you need to spend thousands on your next mountain bike, that’s not necessarily the case. Tom and Seb go through the price ranges, and discuss what you can get, what to expect and the pros and cons of spending a little, or a lot, on your next mountain bike – with a few recommendations chucked in …
 
Have you ever come to the realisation that something you believed to be true was just down right stupid!? Well, now you have the chance to confess all as The Chris Moyles Show hails the return of the Stupid Amnesty! Hear the team head through some fantastic texts and tweets as listeners own up to their stupidity. Also on the show this week we we he…
 
We headed to our social channels and drummed up a dozen or so tech questions for our tech team. Warren, our Senior Road Technical Editor and Rob, our Senior Technical Editor in Chief sat (remotely!) with BikeRadar’s Technical Editor Tom to go through questions ranging from mountain bike drivetrain compatibility through to the use of road tubeless s…
 
Kindness and a positive attitude can carry you a long way in this business, Ashley Ringrose of Australia's own SMG Studio can attest to that. SMG has exploded in popularity in recent years and in the shadow of the release of their newest title Moving Out, Ash has joined Paul to talk all about his impressive journey through the games industry so far…
 
Well well well, what an absolutely bumper packed extravaganza of a podcast we have for you this week! We’ve been really looking to have some amazing guests drop by for FaceTimes live on air this week with the likes of singer-songwriter Tom Grennan telling us about his latest single ‘Oh Please’ which is the Radio X Record of the Week and Paddy McGui…
 
While not entirely new, the current COVID-19 situation has lead to mass cancellation of ‘real’ bike races, and much more prominence of cycling in the e-sport arena. Can it be a genuine replacement for the classic races we all love to watch, or is it merely a way to keep the pros’ legs spinning and a little bit of money flowing in to teams’ pockets.…
 
The second part of our 1990s special begins with the appointment of Joe Royle as Everton manager. His impact was immediate, and lasting, as he kept the Blues up and then won the FA Cup. Everton would just miss out on qualifying for Europe the following season as a revamped squad, with Andrei Kanchelskis scoring 16 times in the league, looking like …
 
Obree is one of the most unique cyclists in the world. Famous for his Hour Records on hand built bikes constructed with washing machine parts, and disrupting and aggravating the UCI’s rules and regulations, he’s a man who’s influence is far more wide-reaching than you might imagine. Simon Bromley sat down with Graeme at the launch of Endura’s lates…
 
You’re twistin’ my melon man! That’s right, we only had Manchester music royalty Shaun Ryder on the show this week! He dropped by on FaceTime to tell Chris all about how he’s coping through lockdown and entertaining his family. As well as this James has developed a brand new game with his ‘Science & Engineering Experiment’ at home - listen to this …
 
Our latest Royal Blue podcast special sees us tackle the 1990s at Everton. In part one of our look at the decade, host Phil Kirkbride is joined by Dave Prentice and Gav Buckland to look at the birth of a new decade, right up until the sacking of Mike Walker. As with our 80s specials, Prentice and Buckland provide wonderful insight, commentary and k…
 
BikeRadar’s mountain bike tech team got together, thanks to the powers of online video chat, to discuss their favourite ever, and current favourite mountain bikes. From bikes they raced, to bikes that changed the way they rode, Tom Marvin, Seb Stott and Rob Weaver look back at the bikes that made the biggest impact on their riding, and what gets pu…
 
Not content with simple sound design and engineering, Robin Arnott wanted more from the games he made. Sound design, along with games that featured those design approaches, followed a specific template, and Robin wanted to try something different, and so a wonderful career blossomed from that moment. Robin joins Paul to discuss the ups and downs of…
 
The Royal Blue Podcast returns on lockdown to discuss the fall of Marco Silva at Everton and the loss of Idrissa Gana Gueye as well as the next steps for Jean-Philippe Gbamin. Host Phil Kirkbride is joined by Adam Jones, Dave Prentice and Sam Carroll as they reflect on the one-year anniversary of the 4-0 victory over Manchester United at Goodison P…
 
BikeRadar’s own cycling influencers Jack and Joe are dab hands at road cycling, with a passion for the most niche of racing – hill climbs! But, they came to cycling through very different paths, and have a varied background on two wheels. In this podcast, they talk through the early years of their cycling lives, how they got to where they are now, …
 
Who wants to be a listener of the Chris Moyles Show Podcast? Yes you read that right, this week we were lucky enough to be graced with the presence of Toby Tarrant’s Dad and quiz show host extraordinaire Chris Tarrant! Mr. Tarrant called us for a chat about the new drama ‘Quiz’ which he has ‘beef’ with and let us know how he is coping with lockdown…
 
We’re a month in to the lockdown, so how are the BikeRadar team getting on when it comes to riding? With testing having been stopped, and social distancing measures in place, riding bikes is certainly different to how it usually is, but that’s not stopped the BikeRadar guys and girls getting out on their bikes, in a sensible, safe, and guideline-fo…
 
Everton legend Graeme Sharp’s call for the Premier League to be scrapped is one of the big talking points of the Royal Blue podcast. Adam Jones, Dave Prentice and Chris Beesley also discuss the future of Gylfi Sigurdsson with reports suggesting the Blues will have to take a huge loss if they choose to sell the Icelandic midfielder. And also on the …
 
Lighter bikes are faster up hills - that's pretty much a fact. And, when the goal is to get to the top of the hill as fast as humanly possible - i.e. during a hill climb race - getting a bike as light as possible is vital. Joe and Jack, from the BikeRadar team are aficionados of the hill climb bike - over the years they've competed nationally at hi…
 
It’s time for another installment of The Chris Moyles Show Podcast! And in the current climate there’s no reason not to listen! Especially as this week marks the return of our Sing Alone Live feature where we get a bunch of unassuming listeners to sing some absolute anthems live on air. As well as this friend of the show and hypnotist Paul McKenna …
 
A special Royal Blue podcast as we also get the view from across the park on furloughing staff, players’ wage cuts, the prospect of behind-closed-doors football, and changes to the transfer market. Days before Everton were set to welcome Liverpool to Goodison Park, the Premier League was shut down, which it continues to be. So, to replace the derby…
 
The infamous cobblestones of Paris-Roubaix have led many teams and riders to experiment wildly throughout the races long history, but we’ve also seen plenty of winners riding relatively normal bikes too. With the 2020 edition sadly cancelled, Jack and Simon discuss some of the weird and wonderful bikes used to try and tame the Pavé over the years, …
 
Everton's 4-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in the 1995 FA Cup semi-final is regarded as one of the Blues' greatest-ever displays - particularly in a big game - and the best performance of Joe Roye's tenure as manager. April 9, 2020 is the 25th anniversary of the match at Elland Road and in a Royal Blue podcast special, Chris Beesley speaks to Mat…
 
Having worked at some of the most acclaimed studios in the industry, Moo Yu has learned a thing or two about how to make games. His exploits are most recently represented in Knights and Bikes but he joins Paul to talk all about the journey that got him to that point including stints at Insomniac Games and Media Molecule in this new entry of Dev Dia…
 
This is the second part of our special look at Everton in the 1980s. In part one, we looked at the years that came before Howard Kendall's side won league titles, European honours and domestic cups - and how a relegation fight at the start of the decade would ultimately lead to success. In part two, we look at how a changing Everton tried to live u…
 
Still no football to speak of so this week we are going to do some short-term reminiscing. Thursday December 5th 2019 was the day Marco Silva’s tenure at Everton Football Club came to an end. That after the final straw of a humiliating 5-2 derby defeat to Liverpool. We all know what happened after that with the short-term appointment of Duncan Ferg…
 
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