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Best Ira Madison III podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Ira Madison III podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Movies! Music! Celebrities embarrassing themselves! KEEP IT has it all. Each week, Ira Madison III, Louis Virtel, and Aida Osman are joined by comedians, journalists, actors, musicians, activists, politicians and more to discuss the latest ways pop culture and entertainment are intersecting with politics and society. New episodes drop every Wednesday.
 
Speed Dial is your weekly dive into all the pop culture news you should be following or leaving behind. Hosts Doreen St. Félix and Ira Madison III navigate the excellence and messiness of music, film, and more through guests, analysis, and listener voicemails. Tune in every week to hear segments like “Feedback” and “Keep It” as well as interviews with guests like Kelly Rowland and Jojo. Speed Dial is a proud member of the MTV Podcast Network, behind some of your favorite shows including: Lad ...
 
Freeform’s A Little Forward is a weekly podcast that kicks down the walls of conformity and spreads truth faster than your late night group text. Hosts Jenny Yang and April Quioh bring their bold perspectives to topics ranging from dating to human rights, including exclusive interviews from the cast of Freeform’s biggest shows. So join them, and our resident “life coach” Matt Bellassai, as they try to tackle life’s messiest problems and move the conversation…a little forward.
 
THE BOSSY SHOW is a political talk show made by and for young women. Hosted by queer feminist writers Jill Gutowitz and Carmen Rios, THE BOSSY SHOW melds young fandom and social culture with real, current political issues in an effort to activate young women everywhere. We're all about Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Wokeness.
 
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In this week's Keep It: Home Edition, Ira, Aida, and Louis discuss voter suppression in Wisconsin, the Sherry Pie scandal on Drag Race, and the respect Alfre Woodard deserves. In this week's Hot Takes segment, Louis thinks Emma Stone is the least deserving Oscar winner of the 21st century. Plus, Matt Rogers and Dave Mizzoni join to discuss American…
 
In this week's Keep It: Home Edition, Ira, Aida, and Louis discuss how hot young Dennis Quaid was, Tippi Hendrin's acting, the never ending madness of Tiger King. Betty Gilpin joins to discuss being a gay icon, acting, and Tennessee Williams. Alan Yang joins to discuss Mandopop, Joan Chen, and his feature film debut Tigertail. Plus, in our first Ho…
 
Ira, Aida, and Louis bring you Keep It directly from their homes this week as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Activist, actress, and legend Jane Fonda joins to discuss how we can still protest the Trump administration's bailout of corporations and continue the fight for climate change from our homes. Playwright Jeremy O. Harris returns to the pod …
 
Larry weighs in on how the coronavirus has affected day-to-day life and Trump's handling of the pandemic (1:00). Then he sits down with New York Times reporter Conor Dougherty to talk about his new book, on the housing crisis in the Bay Area (13:52), and how gentrification creates unlikely alliances (51:59). Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Conor Dougher…
 
Grey’s Anatomy writes off another main character in a bonkers way, prompting a convo about other historically wild television write-offs. Hulu’s new doc Hillary revisits Hillary Clinton’s role in our current political climate. Aaron Schock earns little sympathy for finally coming out. Coronavirus hits Hollywood. Plus, Ira sits down with Tamron Hall…
 
Larry Wilmore is joined by Pod Save America’s Dan Pfeiffer to talk about why Democrats should be taking lessons from Mitt Romney’s 2012 candidacy for president (9:41), what influence Facebook will have in the 2020 election (42:56), and why Democrats need to turn nonvoters into voters in order to beat Trump (53:40). Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Dan Pf…
 
Larry weighs in on the Democratic primary race leading up to Super Tuesday as well as the Harvey Weinstein verdict (0:37) before he sits down with Dr. Lakeysha Hallmon, the founder and CEO of Village Market ATL, a marketplace that features and supports black entrepreneurs. They talk about why Dr. Hallmon was inspired to create Village Market (5:05)…
 
Love Is Blind might be Netflix's most insane reality show yet, Harvey Weinstein gets convicted, Donald Trump hates Parasite, Mike Bloomberg whines about his vandalized campaign offices, and Los Angeles City Council candidate Nithya Raman joins to discuss the city's homelessness and housing crises. Plus, Ira's knives have never been more out... Rian…
 
Larry Wilmore sits down with 'NBC Nightly News' and 'Dateline NBC' anchor Lester Holt to talk about how he got his start in broadcast news (13:00), what he learned about the criminal justice system while embedded in a prison for a piece (30:32), and how he prepares to moderate a presidential debate (56:49). Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Lester Holt…
 
Bloomberg backs up his money truck and gets Instagram meme accounts to shill for him. Love a Island faces criticism in the wake of host Caroline Flack’s death. Billie Eilish’s “No Time to Die” divides Bond theme fans. McMillions is everyone’s latest documentary obsession. Wendy Williams stirs up a new scandal. Plus, Heather Graham joins to talk abo…
 
Larry sits down with Georgia politician Stacey Abrams to talk about the mess of the Iowa caucuses (22:27), why she still believes that she won the election for governor in Georgia (35:16), and the three ways voter suppression occurs in American elections (48:11). Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Stacey Abrams…
 
Larry, a lifelong Lakers fan, takes a moment to reflect on the legacy of basketball legend Kobe Bryant following his untimely death (4:18). Then, Larry gets on the phone with Nina Turner, co-chair of the Bernie Sanders campaign, to talk about what it’s like to be in Iowa just a few days away from the Iowa caucuses (12:00) and what Sanders is doing …
 
Ira, Louis, and Aida are joined by Julissa Arce to discuss the controversy surrounding Jeanine Cummins’ novel American Dirt. Kobe Bryant’s death ignites a complicated discussion about a flawed icon. Billie Eilish sweeps a scandal-ridden Grammys. Plus, Kasi Lemmons joins to discuss her film Harriett and the lack of diversity at this year's Oscars.…
 
Larry Wilmore sits down with a cofounder of Crooked Media and the host of the podcast ‘The Wilderness,’ Jon Favreau, to talk about his time working as Obama’s head speechwriter (10:52), why the Democratic nominee needs to be a “happy warrior” (34:06), and what he learned from doing focus groups with 2020 voters (40:03). Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: J…
 
J. Lo is snubbed for an Oscar, so we're canceling the entire ceremony. Meghan and Harry flee from the Royal Family. New reality series The Circle is insane, addictive, and surprisingly endearing. Gwyneth Paltrow launches a vagina candle. Silence of the Lambs has a television sequel. Billie Eilish is singing the new Bond theme. Plus, You and Magicia…
 
Ricky Gervais returns for a fifth (and he swears final) time to host the Golden Globes. Judge Judy makes Mike Bloomberg her first ever Presidential endorsement. Gwyneth Paltrow brings her Goop brand to Netflix. Tyler Perry wants you to know he writes all of his shows himself. Justin Bieber’s ad campaign for his new single is baffling. Plus, D’Arcy …
 
Hallmark caves to homophobic pressure and removes a same-sex kissing ad, only to reverse their decision. The Hollywood Critics Association names Kristen Stewart actress of the decade. Tre’vell Anderson joins to discuss LGBTQ media’s future as Out and the Advocate’s editors exit their positions. Plus, Kumail Nanjiani has a new body and Mariah Carey’…
 
Once again, the Golden Globes fail to nominate any women in the Best Director category; among other snubs. Controversy surrounds Clint Eastwood’s new film, Richard Jewell, for how it portrays journalist Kathy Scruggs. Marriage Story sparks social media debates. Plus, Alex Wolff joins to talk acting and directing from a young age working with stars …
 
Larry Wilmore is joined by Bill Simmons to answer some mailbag questions, including why Kamala Harris dropped out of the presidential race (5:47) and what he wishes he had known when he started writing (31:44). Then, Larry sits down with the executive vice president of programming and production at AMC, Pete Aronson, to talk about how he got his st…
 
Ira and Aida join the Knives Out hive. Gabrielle Union is fired from America’s Got Talent after speaking out about racism behind the scenes. Dakota Johnson and Ellen DeGeneres have an extremely awkward interview. Plus, Ira and Louis talk to Sophia Bush about her new podcast Work in Progress and how to fix toxic work environments in Hollywood.…
 
Larry weighs in on the impeachment hearings and the latest Democratic presidential debate (1:00) before sitting down with author and intelligence expert Malcolm Nance to talk about his new book, 'The Plot to Betray America' (19:35). They talk about sparring with Milo Yiannopoulos on Bill Maher (23:56), how Nance got his start in codebreaking (34:40…
 
Larry Wilmore is joined by Edward Norton to talk about playing a man with Tourette syndrome in his newest film 'Motherless Brooklyn' (9:45), working with the director David Fincher (27:10), and what it's like to both act in and direct a movie (48:37). Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Edward Norton
 
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