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Best Kelly Connolly podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Kelly Connolly podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Lanzamiento: Apr 03, 2020Duración: 97 minutosGénero: Terror, Drama, SuspenseEstrellas: Michiel Huisman, Raffey Cassidy, Denise Gough, Eve Connolly, Kelly Campbell, Isabelle ConnollyCrew: Michał Englert (Director of Photography), David Lancaster (Producer), Paweł Mykietyn (Original Music Composer), Małgorzata Szumowska (Director), Marie Gade Denessen (Producer), Ben Baird (Sound)
 
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It's Video Game Week at SB Nation, and we take a trip down memory lane revisiting the first great sports video game, Summer Games. It was designed for the Commodore 64 and released in 1984, featuring events like the pole vault, diving, swimming and even a relay race. Cyd Zeigler is joined by his cousin, Dan Williams, to reminisce about playing this…
 
Toasted Cake 235! In which things get a little messy. The taco beach was a mistake. This story is original to Toasted Cake. Kate Ristau is a folklorist, an author, and the Executive Director of Willamette Writers. You can find her essays in the New York Times and the Washington Post, and her young adult and middle grade books online. She lives in a…
 
If there are two things I love more than anything else, it's baseball and the greatest comedy routine ever. And today's episode combines them both! Special guest Jimmy Pardo (Never Not Funny) joins me to break down the timeless genius of Abbott & Costello's Who's On First. No matter how old you are or what else you might be doing, Bud & Lou always …
 
Hello, Lovelies! LGBT In The Ring is back to tackle one of pro wrestling's recent tragedies, the death of Stardom and Terrace House star Hana Kimura. Fanbyte's LB Hunktears helps Brian Bell work through the circumstances surrounding her death, the role social media and cultural constructs played and what the Tokyo Cyber Squad founder's lasting imag…
 
OUTSPORTS EXCLUSIVE: Dawn Ennis, Karleigh Webb and special guest Alex Reimer talk with Lindsay Hecox, the Idaho teen who's suing Gov. Brad Little for signing the law that made Idaho the first state in the U.S. to impose an outright ban on transgender athletes in public schools and colleges. It's also the only statewide law regulating transgender an…
 
Rachael Rapinoe represented the United States in international soccer competition for years, as well as starring on the successful Univ. of Portland women's soccer team. Now with her soccer career behind her, she is an entrepreneur whose latest company, Mendi, is in part focused on helping athletes recover. We talk with Rapinoe about her latest ven…
 
On this week's edition of "The Sports Kiki," Alex chats with LGBT mental health researcher Jack Turban about his research into Grindr, and safe sex practices during a pandemic. They also talk about the psychological impacts of the coronavirus lockdown on LGBT young people, and why physical distancing is particularly difficult for LGBT people. Learn…
 
Baseball might be on the path to restarting! But in the shadow of a worldwide pandemic, is this a good thing? I'm joined by comedian and Tiger fan Adam Sokol (NY Times) and we decide...maybe not yet. Owners and players are currently negotiating a payment plan that they'd kinda sorta already agreed on in March and that's never cool. Plus there's...y…
 
Hello, Lovelies! This week, Brian Bell welcomes Hoodslam founder DARK Sheik to the show! Sheik discusses Hoodslam's 10-year history of promoting progressive attitudes within pro wrestling and reflects on her experience coming out publicly as trans last March. The west coast has something to say, and DARK Sheik is here to say it! Follow DARK Sheik o…
 
Karleigh and Dawn select the underdogs of sports, society and science fiction, plus we have the latest news on the court battle over trans inclusion in school sports, what we're binging these days, and together we mourn Aimee Stephens. Her fight is our fight, and we will not give up that fight for equality in the workplace. Learn more about your ad…
 
Welcome back to LPFPod and thanks for your support. This week we are diving into the sport of lacrosse as I chat with two people from the LGBTQ+Ally lacrosse group, the Rainbow Rexes Lax. I spoke with Edmund Connolly and Tilly Powell. During out conversation we speak about how they both got involved in the sport, the founding of the Rainbow Rexes L…
 
Eric Radford was one of the first publicly out gay men to compete in a Winter Olympics when he took to the ice in South Korea in 2018. There he won two medals, including gold, for Team Canada. He talks about celebrating his success with his husband, fellow skater Luis Fenero, hours after finishing his competition. Now stuck at home in Montreal, he'…
 
Toasted Cake #234! In which we find the daffodils. A witch's garden. Agnes had read about them in fairy stories. This story is original to Toasted Cake. Samuel Poots is a writer from N. Ireland who communicates primarily by means of Pratchett quotes. His story The Glass-Eyed Girl was awarded Kraxon Magazine's Short Story of the Year Award for 2018 …
 
On this week's edition of "The Sports Kiki," Alex chats with gay Kansas City Royals marketing executive Matt Schulte about how to market a professional team in the midst of a pandemic. Alex and Matt also talk about why he was apprehensive to come out as a pro sports executive, and why there still isn't an openly gay active MLB player. Learn more ab…
 
Do you like baseball meltdowns? Do you enjoy when it looks like ballplayers just escaped from a Nine Inch Nails video? Today is the episode for you! It's another classic games edition of 3 Strikes, You're Out and in honor of George Brett's birthday, Outsports Royals expert Karleigh Webb (The Trans Sporter Room) joins me to reminisce about The Pine …
 
Hello, Lovelies! We're back this week to tear through Titan Towers and recap WWE Money In The Bank. Daniel Trainor (Pro Wrestling Sheet, Same Team podcast) joins Brian Bell to analyze all the rooftop tossing, mask stomping and trash talking action. Plus whatever that R-Truth segment was. It's more fun than a night in WWE headquaters' casket room! O…
 
Meet out transgender pro golfer Jamie O'Neill, whose coming out story appeared in Outsports.com in December 2019. She shares that story for the first time in a podcast, talking with Dawn and Karleigh about trans inclusion in sports. We also discuss the federal lawsuit by a Christian hate group which wants to stop Connecticut from allowing trans stu…
 
Toasted Cake 233! In which we finally come up with the perfect doom, no really this time. The Terrible installed a conveyor belt exclusively for her. This story first appeared right here in Daily SF. John (@wiswell) is a disabled writer who lives where New York keeps all its trees. He has published in Uncanny Magazine, Nature Magazine, and Fireside…
 
When Olympic rower Robbie Manson came out publicly on Outsports in 2014, he had no idea the national and international headlines he would make. He talks about his journey in rowing since then, as well as his experiences at two Olympic Games. It was at the London Summer Games in 2012 that he met up for coffee with an out gay Olympian, just as he was…
 
On this week's show, Alex examines a question that's been on his mind for the last several weeks, ever since U.S. senator and Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler was caught selling seven figures' worth of stock after a Senate coronavirus briefing: how can a devout Trump supporter own a team in the WNBA, the most progressive sports league in the c…
 
Last week, we talked about how the minor leagues are an essential part of baseball. Today, the focus is on how MiLB is an essential part of baseball's connection to the LGBTQ community. I'm joined by MiLB Specialist for Diversity & Inclusion Ben Pereira (BEQ Magazine's 40 LGBTQ Leaders Under 40) for a great discussion about the exploding popularity…
 
Hello, Lovelies! We're keeping SB Nation's Marvel Week going this week with two super guests. First, Uncanny Attractions' Darnell Mitchell and Brian Bell explore the intersection of pro wrestling and comic book heroes. Then, Hollis Adler joins Brian for a discussion on LGBTQ representation within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Discourse is this sho…
 
Karleigh and Dawn beam up two players from the Maine Women's Senior Basketball League: trailblazing trans woman Julie Woodbury and Joanne Lannin, author of "Finding A Way to Play: The Pioneering Spirit of Women's Basketball." Lannin plays in the same league as Woodbury, and together they talk about stereotypes, bigotry and the camaraderie they both…
 
This week, Outsports is joining SB Nation in celebrating the MCU. And not just the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but Marvel comics and the Saturday morning cartoons of our youth, too. Six members of our Outsports podcast team — Cyd Zeigler, Alex Reimer, Brian Bell, Karleigh Webb, Ken Schultz and Dawn Ennis — assembled for one special podcast episode, …
 
When Abby Dunkin was suffering emotionally, physically and mentally in 2013, she stumbled upon the sport of wheelchair basketball. In just two years she was representing the United States on the international stage, and a year after that she won Paralympic gold. She talks with us about that journey, about representing the LGBTQ community, and about…
 
Toasted Cake #232! In which we aren't sure what kind of a bird we are. Justin is ten feet tall, so I give myself a pair of wings with which to reach him. This story is original to Toasted Cake. Avra Margariti is a queer Social Work undergrad from Greece. She enjoys storytelling in all its forms and writes about diverse identities and experiences. H…
 
MLB has a plan to eliminate 42 minor league teams. Like most ideas MLB has, this is a very bad plan. For example, MLB once thought the Marlins were a good idea. This is the Marlins of plans. Today, I'm joined by Minor League Baseball Senior Director of Communications Jeff Lantz to talk about this very frustrating issue. We delve deep into the diffi…
 
Hello, Lovelies! Filmmaker Antonio "Electric Llama" Hernandez enters the LGBT Ring this week to chat his new documentary about Pan-Afrikan World Diaspora Wrestling Champion Trish Adora, how his "Indelible" series highlights marginalized voices within the D.C./Baltimore arts community and hip hop's connection to pro wrestling! Check out the when it …
 
Sports editor and Toronto Blue Jays superfan A.J. Andrews joins Karleigh Webb and Dawn Ennis for conversations about baseball, transitioning and quarantining. She wants to be known as a blogger and podcaster who just happens to be transgender, and not a transgender blogger and podcaster. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoice…
 
On a special edition of "The Sports Kiki," Alex speaks with queer Muslim writer Samer Hassan about the controversy over actor Jeff Goldblum's question about Islam to Jackie Cox on Drag Race, and whether he was ignorant to ask if the religion is anti-homosexuality. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Kendall Wesenberg burst onto the skeleton seen a few years ago, landing a spot on Team USA at the 2018 Winter Olympics. She talks with us about being her girlfriend, being bi, and what it was like being at the Olympics as LGBTQ athletes became big stars at the Games. Plus she explains what the sport of skeleton is and how she got into it. Learn mor…
 
Toasted Cake 231! In which we discuss certain economic systems. Honored guests, thank you for attending this seminar on the Tucabal-Gor, colloquially known as alien sharks. This story first appeared right here in Fireside. Beth Goder works as an archivist, processing the papers of economists, scientists, and other interesting folks. Her fiction has…
 
With the NFL Draft this weekend, Alex chats with Outsports co-founder Cyd Zeigler about the intensive interest surrounding Michael Sam, and how much it still matters whether a major NFL star comes out. They also talk about Cyd's coming out journey, including how he used right-wing politics as a cover for his homosexuality early in life. Learn more …
 
With MLB currently playing no games, this seems like a good time to look back at a guy who played ALL of them. In this episode, author and Orioles fan Emily Guy Birken (End Financial Stress Now) joins me to discuss one of the most classic games of our youth: the night Cal Ripken Jr. broke Lou Gehrig's consecutive games played record on September 6,…
 
Hello, Lovelies! This week Brian Bell welcomes 'One Tough Broad' Corinne Mink. Fresh off her appearance on TLC's Dragnificent, Mink details her unique introduction to pro wrestling, her long-standing support for the LGBTQ community in and out of the ring and how wrestling and drag helped her discover her own definition of femininity. With some bar …
 
Dawn and Karleigh welcome Lauren Rosenberg, the first out LGBTQ sports reporter at the University of Missouri’s campus radio station, KCOU, and also a pioneer for women. We breakdown the WNBA draft and talk NCAA women's basketball, coming out at Mizzou, opportunities for women in media and what we love and hate about the Houston Astros, specificall…
 
Diver Joey Cifelli was preparing for the Olympic Trials until 2020 was canceled. He dove at Purdue University and graduated just last year. Now living in Los Angeles and coaching at USC, he talks about his transition to gay life in West Hollywood after living in West Lafayette the last four years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.f…
 
Toasted Cake 230! In which we end up becoming one of those portal mothers. I held my newborn in the hospital delivery room, and I saw fluffy cumulus clouds billow across Ivanova's eyes. First appeared right here in Daily SF. Nebula Award-nominated Beth Cato is the author of the Clockwork Dagger duology and the Blood of Earth Trilogy from Harper Voy…
 
On this week's edition of "The Sports Kiki," Alex speaks with Boston Magazine Food & Entertainment editor Scott Kearnan about whether gay bars will be able to survive the coronavirus lockdown, given how so many of them were already struggling due to the rise of dating apps. Alex and Scott also talk about why it's wrong to shame people who honestly …
 
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