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Best Nigel podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Nigel podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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THE BIBLIO FILE is one of the world's leading podcasts about "the book" and an inquiry into the wider world of book culture. Hosted by Nigel Beale it features wide ranging conversations with authors, poets, book publishers, booksellers, book editors, book collectors, book makers, book scholars, book critics, book designers, book publicists, literary agents and other certified bibliophiles.
 
The Hammer and Nigel Show is an informative, unfiltered and fun look at the news of the day. If you are easily offended or have a stick that is perpetually up your backside, this might not be the show for you. If enjoy politically incorrect things and 1.21 gigawatts of testosterone, this program is definitely for you. Champions of Indianapolis and champions of life. The Hammer and Nigel Show. Smart radio by two smart asses.
 
By 1348 the House of Loring has fallen on hard times. Together, the Black Death and the greedy monks of Waverley have bled away all of the Loring wealth. Even the manor house will have to go to pay their debts. Then a chance encounter with the King of England provides Nigel, the last of the Lorings, with the chance to seek his fortune in the constant wars with France. But more importantly for Nigel it also means that he may be able to do the "three small deeds" that will show he is worthy to ...
 
Director Nigel Cole and producer Elizabeth Karlsen discuss the making of the film, Made in Dagenham, at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London. The film tells the story of Rita O’Grady, the catalyst for the 1968 Ford Dagenham strike by 187 sewing machinists which led to the advent of the Equal Pay Act. Made in Dagenham will open in cinemas across the UK on October 1st.
 
Spinning everything that is house, techno and oldskool, Nigel takes his mixes through the most upfront beats including Funky and Deep, Electro and Progressive/Tech House to Nu Disco, Indie Dance and respectably the classics that have evolved into the current dance scene! He shows no mercy to limitations in his musical innovations!Nigel is a Dublin native and has brought his legacy to his current residence in Chicago. Catch Nigel at:iTunes - DJ Nigel O'Reillydjnigeloreilly.podomatic.comfacebo ...
 
American Idol changed the shape of reality television and connected the audience to the stars like no other. Throughout the course of 17 seasons, it also helped jump-start the careers of talented performers that are known and loved around the world. Idol Memories, hosted by American Idol executive producer Nigel Lythgoe, goes one-on-one with some of America’s favorite former American Idol winners, the production team and crew members while revisiting a few of their favorite Idol Memories.
 
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In this episode of Idol Memories, Nigel takes a look back at Pop Idol and the team that made it, revealing production secrets including their audition methods and the importance of contestants’ emotional backstories to bolster their likeability with the audience. Nigel is then joined again by longtime friend Ken Warwick, a producer on Pop Idol and …
 
Jacques Shore is a partner in Gowling WLG's Ottawa office, a member of the firm's Advocacy Group, and past leader of the firm's Government Affairs Group.​ He has acted as lead negotiator on many business and government-related initiatives and has worked actively on behalf of the federal government of Canada and provincial governments on a broad ran…
 
A woman in England says her six-year-old daughter choked on a Chicken McNugget, because there was a face mask baked into it. Two YouTubers named the Stokes Twins are facing felony charges for a video where they pretended to be bank robbers. Wearing a mask can lead to something dentists are calling "mask mouth"...that's where you have bad breath and…
 
In this episode of Idol Memories, American Idol Executive Producer, Nigel Lythgoe, reads press reviews of American Idol that were published during the first season and they might surprise you. Then we get right into the Wild Card round, the only elimination decision not made by America, where the judges decide which contestant will advance to the T…
 
Richard Nash is a coach, strategist, and serial entrepreneur. He led partnerships and content at the culture discovery start-up Small Demons and the new media app Byliner. Previously he ran independent publishers Soft Skull (not Skill) Press and Red Lemonade where he published Maggie Nelson, Lynne Tillman, Vanessa Veselka’s Zazen, Alain Mabanckou, …
 
In this episode of Idol Memories Nigel Lythgoe starts by recalling his and Paula Abdul’s most embarrassing moments in their lives (and we are definitely feeling some secondhand embarrassment)! Nigel then continues reminiscing about Season One, focusing on the third semi-final round, where Simon Cowell and Randy Jackson got into a huge argument, and…
 
David Frum is a senior editor at The Atlantic. From 2014 through 2017, he served as chairman of the board of trustees of the leading UK center-right think tank, Policy Exchange. In 2001-2002, he served as speechwriter and special assistant to President George W. Bush; in 2007-2008, as senior adviser to the Rudy Giuliani presidential campaigns. Frum…
 
Peter Florence is a British festival director,​​ notable for founding the Hay Festival with his​ parents, Norman​ and Rhoda Florence​. FYI t​he first festival ​was financed with winnings from a poker game. Peter​ ​was educated at Ipswich School, Jesus College, Cambridge, and the University of Paris and has an MA in Modern and Medieval Literatures. …
 
In this episode of Idol Memories, American Idol Executive Producer, Nigel Lythgoe, is taking us back to season one’s second semi-final round. From the performances to the judges’ feedback, Nigel remembers every detail. Then he chats with Jim Verraros, who placed ninth in the first season, about his controversial elimination and reinstatement into t…
 
Mark Bourrie is a Canadian lawyer, blogger, journalist, author, historian, and lecturer. His work has appeared in many Canadian magazines and newspapers. In 2020, his book Bushrunner: The Adventures of Pierre Radisson, won the final RBC Taylor Prize for literary non-fiction. Known widely as the namesake of ships and hotel chains, Pierre-Esprit Radi…
 
In the third episode of Idol Memories, American Idol Executive Producer, Nigel Lythgoe, takes us behind the curtain of the season one semi-finals, including a failed attempt to change the show’s audience-driven format for shock value. Nigel also chats with Idol Stage Manager, Debbie Williams, about producing the first live shows and why Nigel wasn’…
 
Ian Wilson was chief Librarian and Archivist of Canada from 2004 to 2009. Prior to this as National Archivist, with Roch Carrier the then National Librarian, he developed and led the process to merge the National Archives and National Library into a unified institution. "His distinguished career has included archival and information management, uni…
 
In the second episode of Idol Memories, American Idol Executive Producer, Nigel Lythgoe, reveals the truth about American Idol’s Hollywood auditions (a fan favorite) from where they took place to the reason behind making contestants stay up all night to learn a new song. Nigel goes on to reflect about being introduced to the reality TV show Popstar…
 
Larry Grobel is the author of more than 25 books - including Conversations with Capote (which received a PEN Special Achievement award), and Talking with Michener. He has been a freelance writer for more than 40 years, having written for the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly and Movieline and many other publications. He is also a …
 
In the premiere episode of Idol Memories, American Idol Executive Producer, Nigel Lythgoe, reminisces about his decision to bring the UK’s Pop Idol across the pond to America and the chaos that ensued. From naming the show to building the judging panel, every decision had to be perfect to allow this reality television competition show to take off, …
 
Jonathan Rose is the William R. Kenan Professor of History at Drew University. His fields of study are British history, intellectual history and the history of the book. He was the founding president of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, and has served as the president of the Northeast Victorian Studies Association. …
 
Reni Eddo-Lodge, is a London based, award winning author and journalist. Her writing focuses on feminism and exposing structural racism. She's the author of the Jhalak Prize winning, bestselling Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race, published by Bloomsbury, and host of a podcast series called About Race. Why I'm no Longer Talking to…
 
Leslie Weir was the University Librarian at the University of Ottawa from 2003 to 2018. She became Librarian and Archivist of Canada in August, 2019. Ms. Weir is the first woman to hold this position since the National Library of Canada and the National Archives of Canada were merged to form Library and Archives Canada in 2004. She was born and rai…
 
Of course Dublin is where the biggest Bloomsday Festival takes place each on June 16th, with celebrations set in many of the "original sites" sited in James Joyce's novel Ulysses. But did you know that the second biggest celebration in the world takes place every year in Montreal? It's grown quickly over the past four or five years, and is now a fi…
 
Paul Litt is a historian of public life in late twentieth-century Canada. His research explores the cultural workings of modern Canadian mass democracy focusing on the media, the politics of image, tourism, the politicization of identities, and nationalism. He is currently a Professor at Carleton University in Ottawa. We met in his office to talk a…
 
Michael Dirda is a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The Washington Post Book World and the author of the memoir “An Open Book” and of four collections of essays: “Readings,” “Bound to Please,” “Book by Book” and “Classics for Pleasure.” Dirda was born in Lorain, Ohio, graduated with highest honors in English from Oberlin College, and received a…
 
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