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Best Tribune podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Tribune podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
Updated May 2020
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Big names and brains talking big ideas
Totally unguarded conversations about sports, culture and basketball nostalgia. NBA veterans Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles are lifelong friends and bona fide truth-tellers. Listen as they invite special guests, high-profile athletes, musicians and entertainers to get brutally honest about everything from current events to untold stories from the golden era of sports and culture. Named for the on-court celebration they made wildly popular, this unfiltered, hilarious and surprising podca ...
Get the latest news on Texas politics and policy from The Texas Tribune now on Amazon Alexa or podcasts. With reporters based in Austin, Dallas and Washington, D.C., and on the U.S.–Mexico border, we are your go-to source for news on statewide issues.
Tune in every Wednesday to hear Duluth News Tribune reporters Brady Slater, Christa Lawler and Tom Olsen talk with local guests about music, shipwrecks, giant ducks, politics, food and more.
Give us 10 minutes and we'll give you the arsenal necessary to successfully navigate the sports betting markets. 600 seconds of vital and actionable information from Covers.com - the top source for sport betting info and insight. www.covers.com/index.aspx
Breaking News and Current Events pertaining to Bible Prophecy.
The Mail Tribune keeps you updated on the latest in news, sports, business and food.
NPR and WBUR's live midday news program
We find the weirdest, scariest, and grossest real news stories from around the world, and make fun of them.
The Texas Tribune Festival is an innovative and engaging three-day event for people who are passionate about the issues that affect all Texans. Each year, the Festival brings together some of the biggest names in politics to explore the state’s — and nation’s — most pressing issues.
Des moyens pratiques pour un leadership en pratique
A weekly football podcast diving into the world of the Bundesliga, one topic at a time.
Brandon, Jake, and Ian are not experts on anything. But, they're not afraid to talk about a topic, no matter how little they actually know about it. Send in your questions, comments, and heckles.
Friends Denel Cherry and Jenny Day have a passion for outrageous survival stories and wine. Join them each week while they drink and chat about these crazy stories.
The Duluth News Tribune's weekly college hockey podcast hosted by reporter Matt Wellens and My9 commentator Zach Schneider featuring University of Minnesota Duluth hockey players, coaches and alumni.
Two ‘R’s. Two ‘C’s. Two friends with a Star Wars obsession and four days of down time between starts. Thus, a podcast is born. Join Yankees’ pitcher CC Sabathia and media personality Ryan Ruocco as they bring fans inside the mind of one of MLB’s most successful and durable performers. Recorded in-season and exclusively between CC's days on the mound, you never know who will enter the bullpen as the duo discuss sports, music, culture and more.
Goal Lines is your source for game previews and analysis of Mid-Missouri high school football games. Sports reporters from the Jefferson City News Tribune, Fulton Sun and California Democrat break down match-ups with the coaches of the Jefferson City Jays, Helias Catholic Crusaders, Blair Oaks Falcons, California Pintos, North Callaway Thunderbirds, Fulton Hornets and South Callaway Bulldogs.
A deep dive into Utah's quirky and often-ridiculed alcohol laws with reporters Ben Winslow from Fox 13 KSTU-TV and Kathy Stephenson with The Salt Lake Tribune.
The Players’ Tribune is the first content platform created, curated and controlled by athletes, providing unique insight into the daily sports conversation. Founded by Derek Jeter, The Players’ Tribune publishes first-person content from athletes, bringing fans closer than ever to the games they love. The Players Tribune Oral History Podcast Series will take fans inside the journey of some of the most historic moments in sports, told by the players that played it and lived it.
A podcast about South Bend (Ind.) area history and culture hosted by South Bend Tribune reporter Margaret Fosmoe. Listener feedback is welcome! Have an idea for a future episode? Post it here or email: SBTimeMachine@gmail.com.
Welcome to the perfect NBA Finals companion podcast. Each game day Al Harrington, Jarred Jeffries and Quentin Richardson deliver breakdowns, hot takes, predictions and the kind of insight that only 3 pros-turned-gurus can provide.
The latest on University of Utah football highlights, Pac-12 analysis and locker-room chatter, hosted by The Salt Lake Tribune's award-winning sportswriters.
KING 5's Paul Silvi talks all things Seattle sports.
Typecast is a show about the writing craft, picking the brains of novelists, poets, comedians, musicians, and anyone who puts pen to paper for a living. Think of this show as a wonky Paris Review interview without the reading. Typecast is hosted by Chicago Tribune features writer Kevin Pang.
Reading film reviews can be a bore. In today's society, we want instant gratification and true-life opinions on the films we see. Our cast of reviewers,Derrick, Tony, & Tyler, are not afraid to express their opinions and get straight to the point. We don't hold back. Be sure to visit us at popcorntribunal.com and let us know what you think. Find us on Twitter & Instagram @popcorntribunal and on Facebook and YouTube by searching "Popcorn Tribunal.
In this series, we will look back at one of Duluth, Minnesota’s dark moments in history, a time when an estimated 10,000 people participated in or were witness to a hate crime — then basically didn’t talk about it again publicly for more than 60 years. The Duluth Lynchings is produced by the Duluth News Tribune's Christa Lawler and Samantha Erkkila, with reporting by our newsroom staff. Music "We Three Kings" is composed by Jean “Rudy” Perrault and performed by the Gichigami Piano Trio. *A w ...
Mild mannered Chicago Tribune columnist John Kass and WGN Radio's Jeff Carlin explore the week in news, politics and other thngs done the Chicago Way in this WGN Plus podcast from WGN Radio in Chicago.
Inside the politics and issues of the Texas Legislature
This is the Cuyahoga Tribune podcast covering politics, entertainment and everything in between. Located in Cleveland, OH.
“Trib Talk” features The Salt Lake Tribune's award-winning staff and the state's biggest newsmakers.
Sermons from C. Andrew Doyle, IX Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Texas.
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We’re a thriving, top ten Scottish law firm delivering clear advice to businesses, the public sector, families and individuals. Our clients tell us we do things differently. We hope you enjoy our podcast series - please send any questions or comments to email@example.com or visit our website. www.morton-fraser.com
A podcast preserving dedicated to preserving Scotland's past, recording its present and informing our future.
The Canadian History Podcast. A narrative audio history of Canada from the 1830s to 1885. Season One covers the Rebellions of 1837 and 1838 and the fights over Responsible Government in the 1840s.
Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) keeps you up-to-date on all things BYU Sports. We not only cover football & basketball, but we dive into recruiting, baseball, soccer, and more. For insight that you can't get anywhere else, tune into 960 AM or 94.5 FM Monday-Friday from 3-7 PM MST. Follow us on social media @espn960sports & interact with us using #ESPN960.
In October of 2014, a white police officer fatally shot a black teenager on the streets of Chicago. The shooting of Laquan McDonald was captured on video, and sparked outrage across the city. Chicago's top cop was fired, the local state’s attorney was voted out, and the feds were sent in to investigate the culture at the police department. Now, the police officer at the center of the shooting, Jason Van Dyke, will stand trial for murder. WBEZ and the Chicago Tribune look at how Van Dyke and ...
The United Nations Audiovisual Library of International Law is a unique multimedia resource providing high quality international law training and research materials for free. Please visit our website at http://legal.un.org/avl/
Win Daily is a daily show about daily fantasy sports and sports betting. We have a team of DFS pros and handicappers providing you with expert opinions on how to Win Daily. Our show is entertaining and educational and will provide you with the resources to improve your skills. We want to help you turn your love of sports into a profit center. For more details check out our website at WinDailySports.com
Podcast by The Eagle-Tribune
From short stories and documentaries to limited-run series and exclusive content, TPT Audio Lab offers an inside look into what The Players' Tribune does best: provide the world's best athletes with the tools to tell their own stories, in their own way.
It's the golden era of television, and myTalk's watching it all. Join the staff of myTalk 107.1 radio for this podcast on all things watchable, including in-depth analysis of the hottest new shows, old favorites, reboots, flicks, awards shows and more. You no longer need to worry about adding to your binge-watch list. Just listen to myTalk's Watching!
RNZ daily and weekly programmes
ReMix is a weekly podcast produced by the features and online staff of The Salt Lake Tribune covering live music in Utah.
A Waitangi Tribunal report has found systemic breaches by the Crown led to the desecration and development of a historically significant burial site in Waikanae north of Wellington. The report released today found there were a series of failings by the Crown which prejudiced the iwi and lead to the loss of ownership and control of the Kārewarewa ur…
Texas is locked in a legal battle over whether it must expand voting by mail.By The Texas Tribune
Dr Tuipoloa Opetaia Aati, a junior doctor at Middlemore Hospital in Auckland joins us to talk about why he uses his mother tongue - Samoan - in his professional life.
In order to raise some much-needed funds for the Globe Theatre in London, a bunch of its former students held a 48-hour Shakespeare readathon. Katherine Corner, one of the organisers joins us on the line from London.
Hayden is back for another look a this week's big media stories.
We ask Dr Baker where we are up to with our national fight against Covid-19
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Dan Slevin reviews a drama about the campaign to give a Medal of Honour to Air Force Staff Sergeant William H. Pitsenbarger who saved over 60 soldiers in a Vietnam War gunfight.
An arthouse drama about child soldiers in Colombia with a mission to guard a precious hostage, reviewed by Dan Slevin.
A romantic comedy thriller about a couple whose plans to break up are thwarted by a conspiracy. Reviewed by Dan Slevin.
Dan Slevin is filling in for Simon Morris and he reviews The Lovebirds, a romantic comedy thriller about a couple whose plans to break up are thwarted by a conspiracy; Monos, An arthouse drama about child soldiers in Colombia with a mission to guard a precious hostage; and The Last Full Measure, a drama about the campaign to give a Medal of Honour …
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Colin Meurk from the iNaturalist NZ website for recording natural history observations joins us. the site is now the biggest citizen bio-science platform in the country and second in the world. NZ Lockdown has seen numbers of citizen science observations surge.
The latest Pacific regional news.
The latest news in Solomon Islands Pidgin
A motion to disestablish the Epidemic Response Committee was debated and passed by MPs this week.
It is hoped New Zealand efforts to flatten the Covid-19 curve, will translate into a milder flu season this winter. But experts warn unlike Covid-19, influenza is already present and cannot be eliminated from the community. Instead they say good hygiene practices and immunisation are still the most effective ways of stopping the spread of flu this …
A draft blueprint for a trans-Tasman bubble is expected to be with the NZ and Australian government's by next month. Over the past two weeks a team of 40 has been working on a detailed proposal to open New Zealand's borders up. It involves 11 government agencies, six airports, two airlines and health experts. The tourism and hospitality sectors hav…
After spending 19 days missing in rugged bush in Kahurangi National Park, trampers Dion Reynolds and Jessica O'Connor were totally out of food when they were finally rescued alive and in pretty good nick all things considered. It was a smoke signal that alerted rescue teams to the pair, who were picked up by a helicopter and taken straight to Nelso…
New Zealand's response to the Covid-19 crisis has highlighted a range of inequities across Aotearoa, with access to food perhaps the most noticeable. As we slowly return to our new normal, community organisations who have been grappling with food and housing shortages say they do not want things to go back to how they were. More than 16,000 food pa…
The manager of a well-known Auckland cafe is defending a sign which asks its workers to speak only English. The sign sparked debate when it was posted on Twitter. But the Human Rights Commissions says the sign is not appropriate. Chen Liu Chen reports.
Alison Ballance dons her extreme cold weather clothing for a trip to Antarctica - but getting to the frozen continent can take time.
Māori National MPs say the party's list and shadow cabinet are selected on ability not skin tone and they're happy with their rankings. There's been criticism of new leader Todd Muller's rejig of the shadow cabinet - with one former national MP saying it is appalling there are only white faces on the party's front bench. The highest ranked Māori MP…
News from the business sector, including a market report.
Good news for the struggling tertiary education sector - officials have signalled work is underway to allow foreign students to return to New Zealand. Auckland's mayor Phil Goff has asked the Government to allow the city to test run a quarantine system that will allow students to enter the country. But the plan could mean some domestic students are…
Plans to head across the ditch for a winter getaway are inching closer with a blueprint for a trans-Tasman bubble being presented to both countries' Cabinets in coming weeks. But while Jacinda Ardern and Scott Morrison take a slowly-slowly approach, Deputy Prime Minister and New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says the country needs to get movi…
For a second day straight, National has found itself in controversy about colour - specifically, the colour white. Tensions over race relations have boiled over again today with one senior National MP saying she was "sick of being demonised for her ethnicity" during a public select committee hearing. The caucus has been valiantly trying to get the …
Friends of young trampers Jess O'Connor and Dion Reynolds say they're over the moon the pair has been found alive and well after spending 18 days in Kahurangi National Park. Search and rescue teams have been scouring the area for the pair, who are both 23, for the past week after they failed to return from a tramp which started on May 9. Takaka, th…
There hasn't been a lot of good news over the past few months but on Wednesday, two trampers missing in the Kahurangi National Park have been found after 19 days. Dion Reynolds and Jessica O'Connor, both aged 23, were located on Wednesday afternoon after telling rescuers they got lost in fog not long after setting off on May 9 when the country was …
An settling incident in the US prompts debate over whether the country is going backwards when it comes to race relations.
The government's recent announcement of a $490 weekly payment for workers whose jobs were lost due to Covid-19 has proved to be a contentious issue.
The Panel is joined by Dr Caroline Orchiston, from Otago University, to discuss New Zealand's level of quake preparedness.
Joy wrote a short poem about the tricks time has been playing on us during lockdown.
The Panel discusses Todd Muller's first performance as National's new leader in Question Time.
National's new leader Todd Muller has indictated that the party will pledge pushing up the age of eligibility progressively from 65 to 67 starting in 2037.
A survey on the impact of Covid-19 on New Zealanders' financial wellbeing found 40 percent were facing hardship.
Covid-19 survey: 40% of NZers at risk of hardship; Renewed debate over NZ Super post-lockdown; Missing trampers found alive in the Kahurangi National Park; Poem of the Week.
Panellists Sue Bradford and Peter Dunne share what they've been thinking about.
Robert Kelly tries to keep track of the new linguistics of the 21st century pandemic.
Bestselling author Lionel Shriver doesn't write stories about noble characters who breeze through adversity without breaking a sweat and her readers thank her for it.
The latest Pacific regional news.
Sia (@SiaNejad) and Michael (@michaelrasile1) have a packed show discussing the NFL News that may effect your fantasy football prospects, the NHL News about how they are looking to restart the season, and how Sia did on his bets for #TheMatch. They also talk about how delightful that event was! They are also joined by Jmo (@dfs_noshame) to discuss …
Barnaby Weir, frontman of The Blackseeds and the musical collective Fly My Pretties is our Bookmarks guest today.
Molly Jones joins Jesse to talk about podcasts The Happiness Lab, Unlocking us, Brene Brown and Radio Headspace.
TODD MULLER to the Prime Minister: When she said yesterday that the Government was “using the tax system to get cashflow to small business”, what did she mean by that? KIRITAPU ALLAN to the Minister of Finance: How will Budget 2020 support employment in New Zealand? Hon PAUL GOLDSMITH to the Minister of Finance: How did the Government arrive at the…
Every week Robert Kelly puts some questions linked to books to the audience.
A terrible thing happened to Kaille Harris in Wellington this morning. She left her bespoke handbag on the roof of her car before heading out of town.
For over 130 years Mt Cook has been a cornerstone of New Zealand tourism, since the first 'Hermitage' hotel was built at the base of the mountain in 1884.
The popular "Dry July" campaign has this year opted to be different by offering the option of people only giving up alcohol for part of the month.
In the capital city thousands of public servants aren't heading back to work any time soon.