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Best Rodney Gordon podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Rodney Gordon podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Cast Away Podcast is about the making of the Australian podcast awards. The Cast Away Awards aim to give Australian podcasters something to aspire towards, increase our sense of community, and raise the profile of podcasting in Australia. They are being organised by a group of people passionate about podcasting, and spearheaded by the host of this podcast, Dave Gertler. This podcast is Dave's way of sharing the journey of Cast Away as it unfolds!
 
Welcome to Breakfast at Stinson's! So how do you define success? In fact, what does that even mean, and how does your definition of it impact your life on a daily basis and the decisions you make? In Breakfast at Stinson’s, recovering attorney and banker John Asher Thompson discusses these questions with a range of successful people— entrepreneurs, moms, dads, musicians and artists, a Hollywood producer or two and many more. John’s aim is to ask the questions others may not, and in the proce ...
 
Stories and inspiration from creative entrepreneurs, movers & shakers in Bali 🌺 Get the inside scoop on living, working and exploring this beautiful island🌴 What do people who move to Bali do for a living? How can you run a successful business in Bali or from Bali? What are some of the best places to live and hang-out in Bali? Like the title hints, we will be chatting with and interviewing various types of creative people who live here in Bali - short and long term. We’ll be digging in and u ...
 
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Well, that didn't entirely go to plan! Like us you're probably in various states of lock-down, and flying in the face of various travel bans we thought you'd buy you all a ticket to visit the Superlicense universe. We react to the shambles that happened in Melbourne, speculate wildly about the season ahead and offer a ray of hope in the Superquiz.…
 
You can hear it in our voices and our hearts, the season has almost broken us. Before we (and F1, I guess) take a well-earned break we recap the lacklustre Abu Dhabi race, commemorate a departing statesman as only we can and scrutinise our own hits and misses throughout 2019. Stay tuned for our end of season show!…
 
In a year of stand-out races, this one might be the most eventful yet. Round after round of battles between drivers, teams and strategies, and as usual we judge them all from high atop our ivory tower. McLaren's long-awaited return to the podium is fodder for a Superquiz, and things get spicy as the fantasy league approaches it's conclusion.…
 
Did you snag yourself a podium-selfie with Vettel? Well then you're over-qualified for this week's Superquiz about the "Greatest" F1 selfies throughout (recent) "history". We recap the festival of speed that was the Mexican Grand Prix, unpack how the strategies dictated the result, and make a bold prediction about the Drivers' Championship.…
 
Mercedes have wrapped up the Constructors' Championship, and one of their stallions will claim the Drivers' title... so what exactly did they f*** up? A race in Japan means the return of the Haikuiz, and we learn that spoiling the race result is a sure-fire way to get removed from Rod's Christmas card list.…
 
Despite the "off-track" action, Russia was about as dull as Bob Dole's keynote address at the Festival of Particularly Dull Folks. To address the deficit, we weigh in on Ferrari's team orders, look at how pitting under Safety Cars could be improved, and use the Superquiz to take a whole new look at the Formula 1 grid.…
 
Did Ferrari dud their young star driver to appease Sebastian Vettel? Where did their performance come from in the first place? Will we stick to our usual formula of discussing the podium, what Ricciardo did and something from the backmarkers? What was that weird reference to someone connecting with Zach on LinkedIn? It's fine, don't even worry abou…
 
For our big 150th episode and we had no shortage of talking points. With Mercedes dominance a distant memory, we heap praise on Charles Leclerc, break-down the black-and-white flag controversy, put Toro Rosso under the microscope, and ask what can Vettel do to get Ferrari back on his side?
 
Here's an idea... Albon will win a race before Vettel does. You heard it here first. As always when there's no on-track action to recap we turn to a luminary, and this time we have a real doozy.... none other than the firecracker that is Spanners Ready from the Missed Apex Podcast to discuss driver movements, the year so far and which driver has th…
 
What a good race (great tho? it's debatable) to usher us into the summer break. With a brilliant strategy giving Hamilton victory, we're left to ask about the future for the drivers (cough, Bottas, Gasly) and even the teams (cough, McLaren, Renault). Come back for more throughout the break, and stay subscribed!…
 
Grandstand seats at the German Grand Prix,or front-row seats at Sea World? We recap that race that we go down as an absolutely classic, where Ferrari failed but were redeemed, and Mercedes were all at sea. Is Kvyat coming home to Red Bull, and bring your flippers for a wet 'n' wild Superquiz, all on the latest podcasterino.…
 
Did Verstappen deserve a penalty? What brought Hamilton's dominance to a halt, and where to from here? We unpack what made the Austrian Grand Prix such a classic, celebrate the youngest ever front row in our Superquiz, and introduce you to the latest recruits to the Superlicense Army: General Conjecture, Major Villages and Server Bill.…
 
We're all commiserating with the new heartbreak kid, Charles Leclerc. The lack of sleep and busy days utterly cook Rod's brain, instead we offer highlights from the Fantasy League, low-lights for Vettel and Renault, Zach talks fancy beers and we learn a truly bewildering pnuemonic for remembering one team's full name.…
 
#F1isBack, and the boys are back in town. We deep dive into pre-season testing with esteemed friend of the show Abhishek Takle, deliver the state of the Superlicense Universe including our new-look podcast format, and kick it home by crossing over to the F1 dreamiverse.
 
What a season it's been, and we couldn't let another year wind down without recapping the highs and lows with our good mates from Box of Neutrals. For sure one of them (naming no names, Peter) won't win any awards for promptness, but the champagne flowed and the canapes were plentiful punctuating another successful end of season gala.…
 
It's the "Abu Dhabi and Friends" edition of Superlicense as we wind back the clock to the Brazilian GP for news and predictions, then skip forward to the season finale in Abu Dhabi. It's not as convoluted as it sounds, and if we can reach the right influencers we might just get the term Empty Nest into the F1 lexicon.…
 
John Asher Thompson III, also known as Boe, was born 5 days before 9/11. He survived the NICU at St. David’s Hospital, came home with monitors and wires attached, and took drops of caffeine to keep his breathing regular. That scrawny kid is now 6’1” and 230 lbs and is the starting guard on his HS football team. He loves music, friends and driving. …
 
Becca Matimba is first generation African-American born and raised in Texas. She’s 24, has a BBA in Marketing, studied the Meisner method in San Fran, runs her own photography business, loves to travel and tell stories. And she also happens to produce our podcast! Becca brings her experiences, insights and unique perspective to our conversation on …
 
Is Lewis Hamilton the best of all time? The championship was decided in Mexico, so we talk all around it during our race recap, we rewind things for an old skool Hamilton quiz, and always one to leave them wanting more... Rod's accompanying the Mariachis all weekend leaves his voice wanting.
 
Are you not entertained? What everyone expected would be a dead-rubber turned out to the best race we've had in, I dunno, yonks. We talk about the ins and outs from COTA, letting all the richoes pay to race, more driver market chatter, and we relive some of Raikkonen finest moments in the Superquiz.
 
Japan was the penultimate nail in the coffin for Vettel's title hopes, and with a handful of races left and Hamilton's fifth championship virtually in the bag almost anything could happen. Zach's quiz creates such an aura of mystery and artistry that Rod transcends to a new level of zen in which he forgets how to think.…
 
Confused? Until we can reunite for our Japanese GP recap, we're filling the gap with a special release of our Superlicense Club-supported podcast: Drift. We set the timer for 30 mins and weave from topic to topic, with the vaguest of connections to F1. Like the world's best racing circuits, it's fast and free flowing. Want more? Join the Club at ww…
 
Rodney Rice, known to some as Rocket, was bitten by the entrepreneurial bug while eating rotisserie chicken and swilling wine Hemingway-style in Madrid nearly 30 years ago. After a stint on Wall Street, Rodney became part of the founding management team of Einstein Bros Bagels, before venturing out and starting Home Advisors (formerly Service Magic…
 
If you have or someone you care about has experienced the NICU, and especially if you are a parent whose child has spent time in the NICU, Kelli Kelley is someone you should know. She lived a story that hits very close to home, and she decided to do something about it. So she started Hand to Hold, which is all about helping families before, during,…
 
Born and raised in the real Jersey Shore, with dreams of playing in the NFL, Gordon Marino was hit with a hard right that dropped him to his knees. So he did what anyone would do—he learned Danish and studied Kierkegaard. Fighter, philosopher, writer and professor, Gordon holds degrees from Columbia and Penn, with a PhD from the University of Chica…
 
Children’s book author Kat Kronenberg dares us to dream big. After losing both her brother and sister to heart arrhythmias, Kat was at a symphony when, as she says, something whacked her over the head and she decided to write a book about the power of a smile in people’s lives. Since then she’s become a best selling author, and she’s not close to d…
 
It's a good, old-fashioned sleep-deprived grumpcast this week as we look back at the most controversial race of the year. With team orders being the topic du jour, Rod and Zach also discuss the proposed qualifying changes, fixing the engine penalty system, we play "Kvyat or nyet" and unpack the hidden meaning of a 90's RNB classic.…
 
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