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Learn to connect better with others in every area of your life. Immerse yourself in spirited conversations with people who know how hard it is, and yet how good it feels, to really connect with other people – whether it’s one person, an audience or a whole country. You'll know many of the people in these conversations – they are luminaries in our culture. Some you may not know. But what links them all is their powerful ability to relate and communicate. It's something we need now more than ever.
 
Ever wish you had a friend with whom to watch "The West Wing"? Someone to debrief each episode, share fan insights, highlight favorite quips, & revel in its general splendor? Or perhaps you're considering watching it for the first time but you'd like some company (or a geeked out guru guide). Now you have TWO such friends. Meet Andrea & Sallie, two friends who have wit, colorful commentary, and clearly too much time on their hands. Join them as they rewatch the series, episode-by-episode.
 
Actor Matthew Del Negro (The Sopranos, The West Wing, Scandal) describes his career as being told "No" for a living. Here, he gets up close and personal with top-shelf folks from all walks of life about the 10,000 "No" s they've had to endure and struggles they've had to overcome on their journey to where they are today. Inspiring, raw, honest and funny, this podcast will help you see that the people you think have "got it made" put their pants on one leg at a time, just like you. See acast. ...
 
"What's Next?"... you ask? A podcast that digs deep, episode by episode, into one of television's greatest shows, The West Wing. Joseph Amato and Anthony Caputo will discuss everything from the technical, to the hysterical, to the embarrassingly personal!...And perhaps most importantly, they will delve into the larger questions this series poses. This isn't your average, superficial look at this complex show. Join Joseph and Anthony as they go down the rabbit hole.
 
Dig into the hidden history of television with Vox's critic-at-large, Emily VanDerWerff. Each season, we explore the tragic, comedic, and occasionally world-changing stories that have marked a medium that's dominated the global conversation for the last 75 years. First up: TV's relationship with the presidency, featuring deep dives into The West Wing, 24, Veep, and more. Produced by Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Welcome to ReRun Retrospect! We are brothers who love talking about entertainment. We banter back and forth about the shows we love ... and love to hate. To make these conversations more listener friendly, we organize the chaos into these segments: Intelligence Briefing - we read emails, reviews, and tweets we have received from our listeners. State of the Union - we recap the episode we are discussing and sometimes include facts from the time period the episode originally aired. Filibuster ...
 
“The West Wing” meets “Blazing Saddles” in this raucous political satire that follows the nefarious hijinks of the newly-elected Spade Administration. A dozen actors come together to deliver three smashing episodes of fearless and funny AF content that is for MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY.
 
The official podcast of the Netflix film, “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, is hosted and narrated by Krista Smith. The series features conversations devoted to the significance of events in 1968 and the trial, and the parallels with what’s happening in America today, as well as discussions with Sorkin and the actors and creative minds that realized the world of the film.
 
Author Linda Riesenberg Fisler reads her Blind Series novels. What if something so drastically extreme--the unthinkable--happened within the US Government, that what happens next could change the course of history? Starting in 1964, Blind Intentions, the listener is introduced to the three main characters of the series. This historical mystery/thriller/political intrigue series is kind of like Jason Bourne meets the Good Wife in the West Wing! Start your journey with us today!
 
A podcast about pairing wine with art and culture! Every other week, Emma, your host, talks with various guests about how to pair wine with the things that they love- and they're not talking about food! Learn more about wine and which bottles to look out for through a discussion of art, books, movies, music, theater, and more.
 
Gay Space Communism pulls at the brightly colored threads of Gene Roddenberry's utopian vision, dares to ask if Star Trek is West Wing for Commies, and exposes Risa as Starfleet's Horny Jail. Cory, Rachel, Amy, Paul, and guests explore The TRUE Final Frontier: post-capitalism. Engage! [with this content every Thursday on the NSFWonks network.]
 
The Newsroom After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of HBO's The Newsroom. Show Summary: Aaron Sorkin once chronicled the daily work of the federal government in "The West Wing." In "The Newsroom," the Emmy-winning executive producer uses the operation of a fictional cable news network as the heart of the story, with Jeff Daniels portraying the network's lead anchor and leading an ensemble cast. Episodes are written around actual recent news events, reported by a staff that takes ...
 
Blackademic besties discuss, dissect, and debate your favorite shows. Tam & Lando are two Black attorneys who've been friends for over 15 years and are just trying to find their way in the world while consuming ridiculous amounts of television and film. No show is safe from their witty banter, hilarious commentary, and hard hitting and honest racial analysis. Join them and enjoy What We Watch together (see what they did there?). What We Watch: The Blackchorette (The Bachelorette), Game of Th ...
 
Washington journalists from print, wire services, and broadcast media discuss the top news stories of the week. Drawing on their contacts and sources at the White House, Capitol Hill and elsewhere, our panel of journalists provide unique insights and analysis that go beyond the headlines and give listeners the "inside" story on what they see and hear in the news. Subscribe to a Podcast of the show Broadcast Schedule Issues in the News is broadcast on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. You can a ...
 
Finale Rally is THE podcast where THE Finale Rally Sallies (Ben, Gaby, and Garrett) watch THE series finale of a show they've never seen and try to figure out what THE heck is going on. Spoiler alert: The whole podcast is a spoiler. Released every couple Tuesdays. Theme song and mastering by the masterful Nick von Kaenel.
 
When tragedy hits his family, in the form of a sudden illness to his father, young Teddy Thornton is forced to leave school and find work to help support his family. Without his realization he is thrown into a world of crime and counterfeiting. Will he do the right thing, or will he unwittingly be drawn down the wrong path? And will the mystery of Heron Hall be solved? Mary T. Waggaman was a prolific Catholic writer of juvenile fiction in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. (Introduction by Ma ...
 
Stroke 9 formed in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1989. The band has since recorded five albums and toured extensively in the United States, Canada and Europe. Fueled by the commercial success of the hit song Little Black Backpack, their third album, "Nasty Little Thoughts", went gold in 2000. The single, Kick Some Ass, from their fourth album "Rip It Off" was featured in the movie Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back. The band has also had songs in other movies and TV shows including EdTV, Scrubs, ...
 
In a lot of ways 1999 was the year that changed movies. From “The Matrix” and “The Blair Witch Project” to “American Beauty” and “The Sixth Sense”, the last year of the millennium was transformative for Hollywood. Through "Podcast Like It's 1999" writers Phillip Iscove (co-creator of FOX's Sleepy Hollow) and Kenny Neibart (Entourage, Hindsight) examine this apex of Cinema, before television took over, before Reality TV, before TMZ and Twitter but also after the internet, after Clinton, after ...
 
PODCASTS! People love them! And those who don’t? Well, they just haven’t been enlightened yet. But how in the heck do you figure out which ones are worth listening to? Castology, that’s how. Each episode our Castologists Liz, Nick and Zane will review some of the best (and sometimes not-so-best) podcasts around. They’ll also do the hard work and trawl the RSS feeds to find the newest podcasts that should be on your radar. Will they always agree with each other’s picks? Probably not! But hey, ...
 
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Dan continues his dislike of The Jackal and Mike over-uses the word quirky in all of his descriptions. This conversation was a lot of fun! Segment Timecodes: State of the Union - 01:08 Filibuster - 03:43 The Caucus - 22:41 On the Record - 24:42 Contact Us - 29:35 Don't forget about our quote game. Throughout the entire show, Mike will be inserting …
 
Tonight on the Last Word: The New York Times reports that the Justice Department under Donald Trump secretly seized records of Reps. Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell. Also, Attorney General Merrick Garland vows to protect voting rights against Republican bills that restrict voting and subvert elections. Plus, the Boston Globe Editorial Board calls for…
 
Issues in the News moderator Kim Lewis talks with VOA diplomatic correspondent Cindy Saine and VOA senior T.V. correspondent Chris Simkins about the top stories of the week including, in what is his first European trip as president, President Joe Biden announced the historic U.S. donation of 500 million vaccines to the lowest income countries, also…
 
Emma is joined by fellow podcaster, actor, and fan of wine Brooke Jennett to talk about Tim Burton's classic, Beetlejuice. We talk both about what makes this film amazing- from Michael Keaton's performance to Geena Davis's smock dress- and what wines the living would drink. Plus: a wine that is "Beetle Juice," young Alec Baldwin, Lambrusco in a can…
 
Actor Talia Tabin (Host of Friends Talk Frasier and Feelings) joins Phil in discussing pop icon Christina Aguilera. We talk about how Aguilera's music spoke to a generation of pre-teen girls, compare and contrast her career to similar pop stars and actresses, such as Britney Spears, and break down some of her more popular songs and music videos. We…
 
Tonight on the Last Word: The New York Times reports that the Justice Department under Donald Trump subpoenaed Apple for data from the accounts of at least two Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee. Also, Rep. Val Demings is challenging Marco Rubio for his U.S. Senate seat. Plus, Senate Finance Committee Chair Ron Wyden talks to Lawrence ab…
 
Episode Notes SPOILER ALERT: This episode contains light spoilers for the TV show/book series The Expanse. The discussion takes place roughly from 58:30 to 1:03:00. The readings are off the charts, Captain! It must be a new episode! Today we invited Cory's friend, Andrés Bernal, to talk about money, humanity, and of course, Star Trek! Join us on th…
 
Tonight on the Last Word: The House Judiciary Committee releases Don McGahn’s testimony on Donald Trump. Also, Senate Democrats are willing to consider changing the voting and elections bill to win Sen. Joe Manchin’s support. Plus, Republican legislatures advance voter restrictive bills that make it easier to overturn election results. And former P…
 
Writer/Producer Anupam Nigam is back on the feed to talk about the second episode of The West Wing, "Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc". In this episode, we discuss the poorly aged Sam Seaborn subplot of 'rescuing' a call girl, as well as some of the shameful gender roles at play. We also contemplate how this show changed the American view of politics, an…
 
Tonight on the Last Word: Sen. Joe Manchin says he will not vote for the Democrats’ sweeping voting rights bill. Also, infrastructure talks stall between President Joe Biden and Republicans. Plus, Rep. Nikema Williams discusses what’s next for federal voting rights. And ProPublica reports that the wealthiest Americans pay almost no income tax. Derr…
 
Tonight on the Last Word: Sen. Joe Manchin says he will not vote for the Democrats’ sweeping voting rights bill, citing the lack of Republican support. Also, Bill Bratton discusses what’s changed in 40 years of policing in America. And the Trump Organization CFO has “no comment” on the grand jury investigation. Ira Shapiro, Norm Ornstein, Rep. Coli…
 
And if it comes to that, wrist, elbows, and lungs? Neil Shubin found that fish in 375 million-year-old rocks in the Canadian Arctic. It was the earliest known evidence of what Neil calls the Great Transition, when life was about to emerge from water to land. Support the show: https://www.aldacommunicationtraining.com/podcasts/ See omnystudio.com/li…
 
James Fox is a veteran British film star renowned for his appearances in such classics as "Passage to India" (directed by David Lean), "Remains of the Day" (with Sir Anthony Hopkins), "Performance" (with Sir Mick Jagger) and, more recently, "Sexy Beast" (with Ray Winstone & Sir Ben Kingsley). A patriarch of the famous Fox acting dynasty, James nota…
 
Jeff and Rebecca discuss the results of their Summer Draft showdown and try a little something new with Somebody’s Daughter by Ashley Ford. This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Wherein Justice and Andy get stuck in the time travel loop in their discussion of Tenet and the Terminator franchise. Scholarship by Constance Penley and Andrew Gordon help us to explore Terminator’s inevitable dark future and unravel Tenet’s Gordian Knot. These moments in time address subjects ranging from autogenesis and apocalypse to the Nolanve…
 
Liz Recommends - The Cipher https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p090t9cl/episodes/downloads When 16-year-old Sabrina cracks the cryptic Parallax, she’s recruited to track down a serial killer... who might not be from this world. Starring Anya Chalotra and Chance Perdomo. 11 episodes. Best with headphones/good speakers. For both: Serial so begin at the…
 
Tonight on the Last Word: Republicans in 14 states have enacted 22 laws restricting voting so far this year. Also, New York prosecutors ramp up pressure on Trump Org. CFO Allen Weisselberg to flip on Donald Trump. Plus, White House Economic Adviser Jared Bernstein discusses the latest jobs report. Nevada is the first state in the country where wome…
 
Issues in the News moderator Kim Lewis talks with journalists Kimberly Adams, correspondent for Marketplace Kimberly Adams and Steve Redisch, VOA Executive Editor about President Joe Biden's commemoration of the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 and his plea to Congress for protection of voting rights, the significance of Vice-President Kamala Harris' up…
 
Director and documentarian Simon Ennis (Lunacry!, You Might As Well Live) makes his long overdue return to the show to nosedive into the world of capital punishment, holocaust denial, and coffee with Errol Morris' critically lauded documentary MR DEATH. We discuss whether or not it is a filmmaker's responsibility to educate their audience, our thou…
 
Episode Notes Star Trek follows the activities of the Starfleet officers, but what about everyone who's not in the space Navy? In this episode, we ponder on what civilians in the Trek universe even do. We get into: Where do civilians get their money? Is there still a class system in Trek? The refugee crisis in Star Trek Who's the worst dad in Starf…
 
This month, Emma and Steve are looking at the David Hare play The Absence of War. Originally set in 1993 (after extraordinary access to the Labour campaign of 1992) the play echoes many themes still discussed by the Labour Party today. Tickets for Emma's play can be bought here: https://app.lineupnow.com/event/no-cure-for-love-camden-fringe?fbclid=…
 
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