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Overdue is a podcast about the books you've been meaning to read. Join Andrew and Craig each week as they tackle a new title from their backlog. Classic literature, obscure plays, goofy childen’s books: they'll read it all, one overdue book at a time.
 
Are You Movie Mad? Is the podcast that asks the most difficult question one man has ever faced. Cinephile Andrew Jones is perpetually flabbergasted that Johnny Ellis uses the online moniker 'Movie_Mad' yet at any given moment seems not to understand any movie references. Join Andrew as he journeys through a collection of films to educate Johnny and ask if Johnny is Mad about the movie he watched or remains Movie Mad.
 
Devin Cunningham loves good conversation. So he has decided to sit down and capture the stories and testimonies of some of the amazing people he has come across. Join him as he asks his guests whatever pops in his mind and to also share their stories. On this podcast the only monotony will be Devin and his guest talking about how great Jesus is; everything else is to be determined. You should buckle up because he has no idea where he's going with this.
 
How do war stories work? And what do they do to us? Join University of St Andrews historians Alice König and Nicolas Wiater as they explore how war and battle get presented in art, text, film and music. With the help of expert guests, they unpick war stories from all sorts of different periods and places. And they ask how the tales we tell and the pictures we paint of war influence us as individuals and shape the societies we live in.
 
The Washington Post's Presidential podcast explores how each former American president reached office, made decisions, handled crises and redefined the role of commander-in-chief. It was released leading up to up to Election Day 2016, starting with George Washington in week one and ending on week 44 with the president-elect. New special episodes in the countdown to the 2020 presidential election highlight other stories from U.S. presidential history that can help illuminate our current momen ...
 
The Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence seeks to advance a critical debate on the new political economy of Europe. We are based at Dublin's European Institute (DEI) at University College Dublin. The DEI is the oldest and largest university centre for research on European politics in the Republic of Ireland. In this podcast we interview scholars, journalists, policymakers, and activists. Our focus is on the Centre's three key research themes: economic governance, democratic legitimacy, and prote ...
 
We have been talking about starting up a podcast for a long time AND finally we did it! Two friends talking about something they both love SPORTS we talk about previous games, upcoming games we also give you what we thought were the 5 big headlines of this past week! New episodes will be released every Friday we are also working on getting this into iTunes we cant wait to see what the future holds for #ATD
 
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IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: Why Blockchain technology doesn't work for CBDC The difference between Public and Private keys What is XPub? What is multi-sig, and why is it important? Seed Storage Security concerns that people might have overlooked Firmware updates on hardware wallets Why the taproot upgrade is important BOOKS AND RESOURCES Nick Ne…
 
In this week's episode, Alice and Nicolas interview Harry Parker, an artist, former army officer, and author of Anatomy of a Soldier - a creative and powerful novel that narrates the experiences of fictional soldier Tom Barnes as he deploys to war and gets badly injured by an IED. Harry was himself injured by an IED while on tour in Afghanistan, lo…
 
Humpweek of Musical Month and we’re finally celebrating a couple of days in Washington Heights properly. We hang out with best friend BENNY! Discuss the changes from the stage show, some of the adaptations that worked for the nature of cinema, and prepare for the opening of big screen theatrical experiences again. Get ready for a lot of hot, heavy …
 
Celebrated author and essayist Ta-Nehisi Coates entered the world of fiction in 2019 with The Water Dancer. A combination of his appreciation for superheroes and his years spent researching the Antebellum South, it's a book that tries to marry critique of American history with supernatural adventure. It also argues pretty hard for the power of reme…
 
In this week’s episode, Trey Lockerbie sits down with NYT best-selling author and investor, Marin Katusa. Marin is a contrarian value investor who specializes in gold, uranium, rare earth, and most recently, carbon credits. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN: How we should view the recent performance of gold and silver, as inflation starts to rise How u…
 
London Calling for the Family on the exciting crew-versus-crew showdown blockbuster, and we’re joined with Furious 6 ultra-fan Joe Cunningham (Cinematic Universe podcast) to drive the extended runway of plot beats, Rock/Vin feuding, LA-based detours and which characters get less to deal with in the long run. Grab a corona once again and put pedal t…
 
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: Learn why Jack Dorsey is so bullish on Bitcoin What surprised Alex the most in his interview with Jack Jack's thoughts on other crypto tokens Alex's thoughts on the PetroDollar system El Salvador's announcement on Bitcoin being legal tender Sovereign game theory BOOKS AND RESOURCES Alex Gladstein on Twitter Alex's non…
 
In this week's episode, Alice and Nicolas interview dancer and choreographer Rosie Kay. Rosie began dancing at the age of three, founding the Rosie Kay Dance Company in 2004. With multiple award winning shows to her name, Rosie suffered a serious knee injury in 2006, and this got her thinking about other jobs which involve bodily risk. She ended up…
 
In today’s episode, Stig Brodersen speaks to Tobias Carlisle and Hari Ramachandra for the Mastermind Discussion of Q2 2021. Together, they discuss where they see value in the financial markets. They try and shoot holes in each other’s stock picks and help each other as much as possible. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN: Whether now is the time to inve…
 
We have Avery Barkley himself handling the audio recording as we capture the essence of the Bluebird for this week’s podcast. Deacon’s recording his own live album, the Bungalow Boys are dealing with Will Lexington’s closeted nature, Daddy is out of prison and Rayna has some stark revelations to deal with. It’s jam-packed drama all the way from Nas…
 
We welcome a new member of the family with filmmaker Bradley Porter, who kindly actually drives during a conversation on the epic Avengers-style Fast And Furious Family Team-Up movie, whilst discussing Netflix’s creative control problems and how many punches it takes for Vin Diesel to smash Dwayne Johnson through a wall.This is when the franchise g…
 
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: When will Bitcoin's volatility potentially impact the broader global economy? The current on-chain analytics China Mining update Bitcoin derivatives and how they impacted the sell-off Proof of Work versus Proof of Stake Security tradeoffs Are institutional investors still putting Bitcoin on the balance sheet? BOOKS AN…
 
In this week's episode, Alice and Nicolas interview Dr Mike Martin, author of An Intimate War: an Oral History of the Helmand Conflict, 1978-2012 and Why We Fight. Mike is a former British Army officer who was deployed to Afghanistan multiple times. A fluent Pashto speaker, Mike's role involved researching local culture and history to help inform m…
 
In today’s episode, Trey Lockerbie sits down with Morgan Housel, who is a partner at Venture Capital and PE firm Collaborative Fund. He’s a former columnist at The Motley Fool and Wall Street Journal, and also the author of the international best-selling book, The Psychology of Money. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN: How time is the biggest factor in…
 
The family is coming back together with the 4th installment in the Fast Saga, and along with it Vin Diesel’s short film prologue Los Bandoleros is on the viewing order of the week. It’s time to discuss Dominic Toretto’s Will Graham-level crime scene envisioning, casting John Ortiz in a film that’s actively redoing the Miami Vice movie and the podra…
 
After a week hiatus, it’s back! Stage at the Bluebird, and we’re dealing with NASCAR cars, shelving spaces, Scarlett in Room and WINE POLICE! Is there an end to the drama of Juliette Barnes? Will Deacon get artists for his solo album? Can Andrew admit Gunnar’s creative juices are a positive aspect of his character? All will be revealed.…
 
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: What is Fold all about Will Reeves' background in tech How Will built Fold from the ground up How rewards programs work with vendors for discount gift cards How Fold is using the lightning network for processing some payments How Fold and Strike worked interoperably without any permissions How Fold will service all Bi…
 
In this week's episode, Alice and Nicolas interview Eleanor Head, the Head of the Imperial War Museum's Institute. The Imperial War Museum in London was founded during the First World War, and it is now part of a larger group of museums and historic attractions dotted around the UK: the Churchill War Rooms and HMS Belfast in London, the Imperial Wa…
 
In today’s show, Stig and Trey discuss the 2021 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders meeting. They play the most insightful responses from Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger and explain the implications to stock investors. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN: Why Buffett wasn’t greedy when others were fearful during the pandemic Why Buffett sold Apple s…
 
Enjoy another episode of our newest show-within-a-show! We're reading Edith Grossman's translation of Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes a few chapters at a time. Some Patreon supporters get these episodes monthly, but every two months we'll combine them for general consumption. These episodes cover Chapters 15-27. In Episode 3, Don Quixote, the Kn…
 
Justin Lin and Chris Morgan are joining the family, and it’s an all-Han experience, Sung Kang’s stunning floppy hair, movie star aura and thrilling stunt work. Handling the technology of 2006 that technically is in 2015 when Furious 7 came out becomes quite confusing, but it’s easier than comprehending the career of Lucas Black, definite teenager. …
 
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: What Elon Musk's impact will be w/ Bitcoin Bitcoin energy concerns Bitcoin centralization concerns Bitcoin Payment times Stanley Druckenmiller's comments on the dollar losing global reserve status How are corporate boards viewing the Bitcoin volatility How Bitcoin helps fix an inflationary monetary system Ethereum's b…
 
In this week's episode, Alice and Nicolas interview Iraqi artist Rana Ibrahim. Rana trained as an archaeologist and museum curator; but her childhood and early adulthood were dominated by conflict, and she ended up seeking refuge as a forced migrant in the UK following the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003. After settling in Oxford, she founded the I…
 
It's disorienting to read the tenth book in a longrunning detective fiction series without reading any of the books that came before, but Gaudy Night is noteworthy because its heroine Harriet Vane is a precursor to many many women found in today's mystery novels. Just come prepared for the romantic parts and the parts about English high society tha…
 
On today’s episode, Trey Lockerbie sits down with internet entrepreneur Scott Lynn, who most recently founded the company Masterworks, which allows smaller investors to invest in multi-million dollar pieces of art. IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN: Why you should consider Art as part of your portfolio What are the risks involved, but also, the potenti…
 
It’s time to hit Miami in John Singleton’s installment of the Fast Franchise, and we’re walking Mark Boone Junior rat torture, houseboats, Tej’s hair and old school graphics. What happens when a studio tries to sequalise something without clear direction or the franchise? How, in the long run, will this film live out its legacy? Will Tyrese’s chara…
 
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: Why Joe Kelly founded Unchained Capital Management Why are people willing to borrow at such high interest rates when traditional borrow has such low interest rates What direction do they see interest rates going in the coming year When will people be able to make deposits and earn interest while still controlling 1 of…
 
In this week's episode, Alice and Nicolas interview Roman historian Dr Jon Coulston. Jon is an expert on Roman military culture and ancient representations of war. He gives us a fascinating introduction to one of the most detailed and influential military monuments to survive from the Roman Empire: Trajan's column. Commemorating the emperor Trajan'…
 
Tom Sawyer, a 19th-century amalgam of Zack Morris and Dennis the Menace, has much to teach us about the joys of boyhood and adventure in the pre-Civil War United States. Twain, by extension, has plenty to teach us about racial stereotypes and how they can bog down even the most charming of adventure stories. Check out our previous Mark Twain episod…
 
In 2020, there were six companies that made up 25% of the S&P 500 and you know which ones they are: Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Google, and Microsoft. The common denominator driving the growth for all of these companies is Artificial Intelligence. Google’s CEO, Sundar Pichai has described the development of AI as “more profound than fire or e…
 
April's bonus episode uses Caroline Paul and Wendy MacNaughton’s illustrated sort-of-memoir Lost Cat: A True Story of Love, Desperation, and GPS Technology as a springboard to talk about being a Cat Person, loss, pandemic brain, and the fact that more books for adults should be illustrated. Find out more about our bonus episode recordings at patreo…
 
Season 2 continues with the revelations and fallout from the midseason finale, who lives, who dies, who sings their story? Andrew remains hung up on if Gunnar Scott is, like, funny, or maybe has a big donger or something? Johnny runs through the highs, lows and mids of episode 11, and we discover new character Joe ‘Mama’ Mamasetto.…
 
VROOM VROOM! It’s family time, and we’re commencing the saga-pod-special with Rob Cohen’s 2001 Point Break opening film, where Paul Waker and Vin Diesel bro out, drink Corona and have a backyard barbecue like no other. We discuss hair length, the Cars universe, Vin’s second single and possible rumours of the 9th film as we look back at the franchis…
 
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: Adam and Plan B's opinions on the current market conditions What Adam and Plan B believe is causing the massive contango trade What Adam and Plan B think the implications of the contango trade could mean for Bitcoin moving forward Where they think we are currently at in the market cycle Thoughts on Bitcoin Fungibility…
 
In this week's episode, Alice and Nicolas interview photojournalist Hugh Kinsella Cunningham. Hugh has spent the past two years documenting humanitarian crises in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He explains some of the logistical challenges which conflict photographers face and how conflict photography has changed in recent decades. Hugh is passi…
 
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