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Best Pete Davidson podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Pete Davidson podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Discover the Passions that drive us, the purpose that defines us and the stories that connect us. A one on one conversational format with those who are driven by what they love to do. Unlock the secrets People with a Passion share on their journey to self discovery and fulfilling their dreams and goals. Join us when you relax or while on your commute and you will feel not only part of our conversation, but realise we all share one another's journey. Please Listen, Enjoy, Share and Rate! Thanks.
 
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog has been pooping on celebrities since he got his start on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” in the mid-90’s. Now Triumph is taking his insults to a new medium with his live quiz show podcast featuring celebrity panelists and cash prizes (for charity). "Let's Make A Poop!" is presented by Starburns Industries and Team Coco Podcasts.
 
Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
 
Do you enjoy Orson Welles-esque things, dramatic plays, improvisational comedy, or classic niche shit that will make you seem even cooler than you already are? Following the Hollywood tradition of re-do, re-make, and re-vive, we scour the internet for classic radio plays from the 1930's to the 1970's and have actors perform them once again! But that wouldn't be fun enough right? Cause lets be honest, some of them are going to be more enjoyable for the "I wish it was like the old days" genera ...
 
Welcome to Trading Justice! Trading Justice brings a fresh and powerful approach to teaching people how to invest in the financial markets. We produce podcasts, trading videos, blog posts and newsletters to educate and entertain you at the same time. Our commitment level is unmatched. When you become a member of the Trading Justice community you’ll get support from your first step. Our unbridled desire is to help you find success.
 
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This week we watch two movies featuring the SNL star, Pete Davidson. First we discuss the latest film from Judd Apatow, The King of Staten Island. In the vacuum COVID has created, this movie is one of the few “big” movies to be released. Next, we watched the lesser known (though maybe better movie) Big Time Adolescence. So sit back and relax as we …
 
Pete Davidson is an educator, with a degree in design who also happened to love theatre and performing since the age of 7. He hosts the podcast "Talking Sock" - a One Orange Sock production where he shares other puppeteer's passion for the craft. ⏱️TIMESTAMPS⏱️ 0:00 Episode Teaser 2:55 A Passion for Puppetry 7:25 Puppets in Education 10:25 Puppet M…
 
In this episode Dana yells at her dog, Nando talks secret Pokemon stuff and Matt makes fun of everything. We try not to talk about work and end up talking a little bit about Schitts Creek and David Hasselhoff. You can find the duo on iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, Stitcher, Spotify, PocketCasts, Blubrry and many more places. Make sure to subscribe, …
 
Excited to have Evan on the podcast and to review a draft that we both did in the FFPC Main Event. Evan with 3 partners and I with Eliot Crist who i had done three FBG drafts with. We will go over the key situations we faced in this draft and review our picks as well as dig into strategies for how to attack these tourneys…
 
Pete Hamill, who died Aug. 5, was a columnist and editor at the 'New York Post' and the 'New York Daily News,' covering wars, crime and the people of NYC's boroughs. He helped convince his friend Robert Kennedy to run for president, and on the night RFK was shot, helped tackle the assassin. Hamill spoke with 'Fresh Air' about RFK's assassination, g…
 
Seth takes a closer look at the president rushing back to Fox News after stepping out of his right-wing media bubble for a disastrous interview with Axios. Then, Seth Rogen talks about his film An American Pickle, reminisces on performing stand-up as a 13-year-old and shares stories about his grandparents.…
 
In Jeffrey ​Toobin's new book, ​'True Crimes and Misdemeanors,​'​​ the CNN legal analyst ​examines how​ President​ Trump and his team out-maneuvered special counsel Robert Mueller. Mueller, he says, gave Trump "a free pass" on obstruction of justice.​ ​We'll also talk about the impeachment trial and the Supreme Court.…
 
Seth takes a closer look at the Trump administration scrapping a nationwide testing plan because they wanted to blame Democrats for the coronavirus pandemic. Then, Sean Penn discusses his recent socially distant wedding, his nonprofit CORE helping with COVID-19 testing and his audition for Fast Times at Ridgemont High.…
 
In this episode, Coach Matt details this history of Currency and the US Dollar. Everyone today recognizes the US Dollar as the world's reserve and #1 currency in the world. It's not always been the case, though. Listen in as Matt details the history of currency, and specifically the US Dollar up through 1971. Before that, Tim, Mark and Matt discuss…
 
When Natasha Trethewey was 19, her abusive stepfather killed her mother. In the 35 years since, she says, "I wanted to forge a new life for myself that didn't include that past, but, of course, that was impossible." Her new memoir is 'Memorial Drive.' Trethewey was the U.S. Poet Laureate in 2012 and 2013. Kevin Whitehead reviews a newly unearthed r…
 
We remember TV personality Regis Philbin, who died on July 24 at 88. He spoke with contributor David Bianculli in 2011 when his memoir, 'How I Got This Way,' came out. Also, we remember jazz singer Annie Ross, who died at 89. She sang in the trio Lambert, Hendricks & Ross and was best-known for the song "Twisted." Ross spoke with Terry Gross in 199…
 
Seth takes a closer look at the president suggesting delaying the November election, which would be a flagrant violation of the Constitution and the law. Then, Dan Levy discusses Schitt's Creek going from a small production to an Emmy-nominated show, shares stories from the time he was a red carpet correspondent and talks about Schitt's Creek being…
 
The year is about halfway over, and though no new movies have hit theaters in months, plenty of very good ones have made their way to streaming platforms, video-on-demand, and virtual cinemas since everything shut down in March. Which got us thinking: If next year’s Oscars honored only the current crop of 2020 releases, which ones would be most wor…
 
Robert P. Jones, author of the new book 'White Too Long,' talks about the history of white supremacy in American Christianity. His main focus is on the Southern Baptist Convention, the denomination in which he grew up. "There's so much work still to be done," he says. "White Christians have been largely silent ... and have hardly begun these conver…
 
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump and his allies in the right-wing media amplifying an unhinged viral video lying about the coronavirus. Then, Billy Porter shares Billie Eilish's role in the creation of his motorized fringe hat, what he has been working on since the upcoming season of Pose was postponed due to the pandemic and his grassro…
 
Major League Baseball is back — but for how long? About half of the Miami Marlins' roster has tested positive for COVID-19. ESPN baseball analyst Tim Kurkjian explains the challenges Major League Baseball faces as play resumes amid the pandemic. Also, Kevin Whitehead reviews 'Just Coolin'', a newly unearthed recording by drummer Art Blakey and his …
 
In this episode, Matt, Tim and Mark discuss the 7 Step Guide to Trading. When you trade the markets, it's best to have a step by step process to ensure you're building trades properly. The 7 Steps to Trading, as taught through our free course at Tackle Trading, teach you how to build your trades through this process. Listen in as the boys discuss e…
 
When Mike Birbiglia and Jen Stein got married, they agreed they didn't want kids. But then Jen changed her mind. After their daughter Oona was born, Mike had difficulty bonding with her, and it put a strain on the marriage. In their book, 'The New One,' Mike writes "painfully true" stories about the first year of parenthood and Jen gives her perspe…
 
NNFA Comedy Podcast Presents Petey Deabreu! Petey Deabreu is an actor, known for Clench and Release (2014), Dollar Store Therapist (2018) and Night Tales (2018) Check out this new Episode of No Need For Apologies Presented by GaS Digital! @pdeezjokes @nnfapodcast @monroemartiniii @thegreatboy @dylanjnegri @gasdigital Don’t forget to subscribe to ou…
 
OUR CAST THIS WEEK PERFORM AN EXCERPT FROM THE CLASSIC RADIO PLAY “FIRST CONTACT”, FROM THE SCI-FI RADIO SERIES “X MINUS ONE". THE ORIGINAL AIRDATE WAS OCTOBER 6, 1955.AFTER THE PLAY, OUR CAST WILL IMPROVISE THE REST INTO A COMEDIC PARODY TOTALLY ON THE SPOT! CASTDARREN DAVIDSONDANIEL KUHNEDORSHAE MIDDLETONTAMI ROSSHOST: ELIZABETH MCIRVINSOUND ENGI…
 
In the HBO series 'I May Destroy You,' Michaela Coel plays Arabella, a writer in London who goes to a bar and is drugged and sexually assaulted. She then has to piece together what happened to her. The series, which Coel wrote, directed and stars in, explores issues of sexuality and consent. She talks about how she drew on personal experience. John…
 
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump trying to convince Americans he suddenly cares about the pandemic he’s been ignoring for months. Then, actor Chris Evans talks about his civic engagement site A Starting Point and why he wants to give elected officials a bipartisan platform to explain and debate policy.…
 
In the HBO series 'I May Destroy You,' Michaela Coel plays Arabella, a writer in London who goes to a bar and is drugged and sexually assaulted. She then has to piece together what happened to her. The series, which Coel wrote, directed and stars in, explores issues of sexuality and consent. She talks about how she drew on personal experience. John…
 
Jim McCloskey, a lay minister, has devoted the past 40 years of his life to seeking justice and exoneration for men and women on death row or serving life sentences for crimes they didn't commit. "I saw firsthand how police and prosecutors manipulate evidence, coerce witnesses into giving false testimony," he says. His memoir is 'When Truth is All …
 
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