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Best Hurley podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Hurley podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Myke Hurley discusses films he’s generally never seen before with his podcast co-hosts. This feed includes segments from the archives of Relay FM, with Jason Snell (Upgrade) and Casey Liss (Analog{ue}). Occasionally Myke will also record original episodes just for Myke at the Movies listeners. (Relay FM excerpts will generally appear here 30 days after they appear on their original podcast.)
 
Ungeniused is a show dedicated to covering the weirdest articles found on Wikipedia. Stephen Hackett and Myke Hurley are here to explain topics and share knowledge you'll never be able to use in real life. Hosted by Myke Hurley and Stephen Hackett.
 
Connected is a weekly panel discussion on Apple and the impact of technology on our lives. With each co-host having a unique background — and accent — Connected provides a perspective that no other show can. Hosted by Federico Viticci, Myke Hurley, and Stephen Hackett.
 
A show about playing games and making games. Federico and Myke have long been thoughtful observers of the games industry, an industry Shahid has been a part of for over 30 years. Coupling this life-long love of games with a lifetime of experience makes Remaster a show you don’t want to miss. Hosted by Myke Hurley, Federico Viticci, and Shahid Kamal Ahmad.
 
New or old, loved or hated — The Test Drivers put tech through its paces; no matter if it’s the absolute cutting edge or collecting dust in the bargain bin. From smartphones to laptops, software to gaming consoles — anything could be a daily driver. Hosted by Myke Hurley and Austin Evans.
 
Here’s an Idea is a podcast series from Tech Briefs that goes behind the scenes of today's most innovative technologies and industries. Each episode takes on a different theme, and host Billy Hurley gives engineers, scientists, and industry experts the platform to discuss their process and share their insights.
 
The Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast offers personal, practical coaching lessons that take the mystery out of leadership. In each episode of the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast, Craig brings you empowering insights and easy-to-understand takeaways you can use to lead yourself and lead your team. You’ll learn effective ways to grow as a leader, optimize your time, develop your team, and structure your organization.
 
Secret Leaders promises a collection of contrasting, irreverent interviews with the high-flying CEOs and forward-thinking founders of some of the most successful businesses in the UK and the US right now, including Martha Lane Fox (Lastminute.com), Anne Boden (Starling Bank), Jed McCaleb (Ripple, Mt.Gox and Stellar) and Jason Calacanis (first Uber investor).
 
The best and only thrice-weekly sports podcast w/ inside information and perspective from Bleacher Report & FS1's Ric Bucher, Super Bowl champ Will Blackmon and former NBA center Ryan Hollins, as well as featured guests. One episode each week of Bucher&Blackmon, Bucher&Hollins and Bucher with a guest or solo with the popular "Bucher, Friendless" version.
 
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For once, I am on Bobby Hurley’s side. Before I read the report on ESPN.com, I liked Bobby Hurley for only two reasons. The first faded when after being recruited by Carolina he instead signed with Duke. The other will always remain, my dog named Hurley who was given to me by a couple of close friends and Duke fans. Anyway, I digress to more seriou…
 
How about this: we’ve got a six-topic college hoops pod for you in late May in the middle of a pandemic. And it’s 70-plus minutes at that. Dive in. The pod opens with GP and Norlander discussing Mac McClung’s commitment to Texas Tech and offer up their thoughts on if he’ll be eligible next season or will sit until 2021. Then the guys touch on Patri…
 
It's episode 300! This week we look to the future by drafting stories we'll be talking about over the next hundred episodes of Upgrade, and then we answer all of your questions about how the podcast got started, how we put it together, and where we're going from here. This episode of Upgrade is sponsored by: Squarespace: Make your next move. Enter …
 
USE CODE ADAM at http://squarespace.com/adam to get 10% OFF. In this episode of ISO320 Adam Lerner and Daniel Silbert are joined by master Street Photographer, Phil Penman. Phil Penman's street photography is striking and beautiful. Each of his images has a life of it's own whether it be a street scene or portrait. Much of his work is shot black an…
 
“Every man dies, not every man really lives” – William Wallace, as portrayed by Mel Gibson, in “Braveheart” As colleges grapple with when and how to open their campuses, it has become abundantly clear that even the most learned health experts don’t have all the answers about the future of coronavirus. Obviously, the best way to avoid more sickness …
 
“I wanted to write an adventure story where time travel wasn’t just a way to get a character to a different time once or twice, but it was able to be used constantly to solve problems.” Nathan Van Coops Agent of Time is a science fiction novel that is apart of the In Times Like These series by Nathan Van Coops. The author has created strong charact…
 
How to Talk to White Kids about Race & Racism This podcast will focus on how white kids are being educated about race and racism in America. While we know from research that black families teach their children about social inequalities, race and racism from an early age, what are white families doing? Are families and communities a place where whit…
 
Quarantine is creating some unfortunate media headlines. Why would Ty Lawson lambaste Roy Williams? And why would a Kansas radio station want to interview Ol’ Roy about leaving 17 years ago? That’s right, 17 years ago and ACC Player of the Year Lawson. Obviously, with no games being played and entire seasons still in jeopardy, this has been a bad s…
 
Bob and Jeff talk to Tacko Fall about his first year in the NBA, life in Boston and his basketball journey. 3:28: Tacko Fall’s first basketball experience 9:20: The first Senegalese basketball player Tacko Fall ever met 10:20: On what it feels like to always be the tallest person in the room 14:24: On many Senegalese basketball players left behind …
 
Today we focus on the story of Aunty Rhonda Collard Spratt and her removal from her family. Aunty Rhonda was taken from her mother at age three and placed at Carnarvon Native Mission in Western Australia. She was forced to assimilate and told to forget her family, her culture, and her language. She was moved to various homes, subjected to violence …
 
Ric reflects on the impact made by Ft. Worth-Dallas sports figure Roger B. Brown, Sacramento Kings beat writer Marty McNeal and Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan. Also: who and what to blame when your team falls short of a title and how the Toronto Raptors may have started a new trend in how champions are made. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
Stephen keeps trying to make #GreenGate a thing, Federico has a new friend and Myke has large lungs. Then, an in-depth conversation about what should come next for Shortcuts. This episode of Connected is sponsored by: ExpressVPN: High-Speed, Secure & Anonymous VPN Service. Get 3 months free with a 1-year package. Pingdom: Start monitoring your webs…
 
Brad opened the box! We talk about the amazing urushi work found inside the box, plus new event cancellations, Myke’s ink swabbing experiment, and a six-pen challenge in this jam-packed episode. This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Squarespace: Make your next move. Enter offer code PENADDICT at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase…
 
The Duke-Carolina replay will be worth the listen tonight. In case something really wacky happens with the college football season and we never get a chance to see Chazz Surratt play again for the Tar Heels, the game with his play of a lifetime will re-air tonight on WCHL at 8 pm, Jones Angell, Brian Simmons and Lee Pace on the call from Kenan Stad…
 
Grey is stuck in a time paradox, Myke shares how many journals he ordered, and they both watch Jiro Dreams of Sushi. This episode of Cortex is sponsored by: Casper: The Internet’s favourite mattress. Get $50 off select mattresses with the code ‘CORTEX’.Audible: Stories that speak to you. Start listening with a 30-day trial.Hover: Make a name for yo…
 
USE CODE ADAM at http://squarespace.com/adam to get 10% OFF. In this episode of ISO320 Daniel Silbert and I are joined by celebrity portrait photographer, Mark Mann! Mark Mann shoots portraits with the hottest Hollywood celebrities and has a unique and direct approach working with his subjects. Mark's portraits have a signature look so you KNOW whe…
 
It looks like state governors will make the call on college football. With the NCAA punting on guidelines to allow college football and other contact sports to resume this fall, it will be the governors who decide and that could vary widely from state to state. I’ve talked about governors of SEC states like Alabama, Florida, Georgia and South Carol…
 
How to Parent Through a Pandemic While Letting Go of Perfect This podcast will focus on coping with the big feelings, worries and “new normal” as a parent during this pandemic. We discuss how to help kids with their big feelings while also dealing with our own. We also talk about anxiety and some strategies to deal with those anxious feelings so th…
 
Makayla Reynolds’ older brother died in custody due to an asthma attack. She fears prisons won’t cope with the Corona-virus pandemic. Along with the families of other Aboriginal people who have died as a result of Death in Custody the families have sent letters to the Prime Minister and Cabinet asking for the early release of vulnerable Aboriginal …
 
Learning to be happy is hard enough. Learning to be happy in the middle of a pandemic should be nigh on impossible. Not so, according to Mo Gawdat, former Chief Business Officer of Google [X], serial entrepreneur and author of “Solve for Happy: Engineering Your Path to Joy” (2017). Mo’s famous for bringing Google to 4 billion new users, but that’s …
 
There's a raft of media news this week, as Spotify removes a popular podcast from the ecosystem and Apple TV+ makes more content deals. We've got questions about the future of podcasting and whether Apple is committed to a video subscription service for the long haul. And when that's done, Myke at the Movies skips school and steals your dad's car t…
 
Grey is doing good, Myke is busier than ever, and they both talk about how to live and work entirely at home. This episode of Cortex is sponsored by: Hover: Make a name for yourself. Get 10% off any domain name. Setapp: More than 180 powerful apps for your Mac. Try it free for a week. Ooni Pizza Ovens: Bring the world’s best pizza to your own backy…
 
Today on Let’s Talk with Boe Spearim & Karina Hogan, we yarn with Gumbaynggirr man, Micklo Jarett. Micklo has been taking the initiative to protect his country from destructive land clearing. We speak to him about the importance of this topic, and he shares the story behind the country that NSW Foresty Association are working to cut down. Source…
 
Finally, we have a sports special without Michael Jordan. The unofficial kick-off to whatever the 2020-21 sports year will hold comes up this weekend, when Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady go golfing against Tigers Woods and Peyton Manning Sunday somewhere in Florida. TNT will carry the so-called match free, teeing off at 3 o’clock. All proceeds will g…
 
We have encouraging news to pass along: many college basketball and college football players will be permitted to return to campus for social distance-aware workouts starting in early June. But first: the pod opens with the most urgent news of all. Both Gach is in the transfer portal. Then Parrish and Norlander get to discussing the first significa…
 
College football is talking specifics and deciding very little. Conference commissioners, athletic directors and coaches are discussing daily how to actually start practicing and playing football. But they are hitting brick walls or talking in circles. The one agreement they have all made is that proper testing will decide if the 2020 season is act…
 
Follow-up. Microsoft has reinvented OpenDoc. A conversation about watchOS 7. Follow-up. Microsoft has reinvented OpenDoc. A conversation about watchOS 7. Follow-up. OpenDoc. watchOS 7. Are you getting it? These are not three separate episodes ... this is one episode, and we're calling it "Another Italian Interjected." This episode of Connected is s…
 
So much Platinum talk, so little time! Brad and Myke break into cracked feeds and broken pricing, plus talk about some new pens that are intriguing. There is also an unopened box. This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Pen Chalet: Click the ‘podcast’ link at the top of the website and enter the password ‘penaddict’ for this week’s special …
 
Jazz forward Georges Niang joins Bob & Jeff to talk about the night Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19, how his teammates reacted and future plans in Utah 1:49: The events of March 12; the night Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19 4:42: “We were stuck in that locker room for six hours” 6:09: When Niang and his teammates found out Donovan…
 
Myke, Tom, and Dan check in with each other to see how business is going, then roll into a Dan’s Tech Corner about harpooned Magic Mice. Links and Show Notes: Support this show with a Relay FM Membership and join the Relay FM Members Discord. Moving Forward - Relay FM Dithering The Daily Update – Stratechery by Ben Thompson Buy Magic Mouse 2 for Ma…
 
Steve Kerr had one of the most poignant moments in The Last Dance. On the last night of the 10-part documentary on the 1990 Chicago Bulls, teammate Steve Kerr was asked during his one-on-one interview if he ever discussed with Michael how their two fathers had died. Kerr said no because he felt the stories were nobody else’s business, even though t…
 
In February of 1925, the Australian Aboriginal Progressive Association (AAPA) was formed. It was recognised as the country’s first politically organised, united Aboriginal activist group. We talk with lead Aboriginal historian Professor John Maynard from the University of Newcastle takes you back to where it all began, with his own grandfather Char…
 
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