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Darts' finest podcast - interviews with the players, reviews of major tournaments, gossip, and Tricky D and the Bachelor of Darts taking a light-hearted look at the wonderful wonderful world of dartistry. Series 3 began in September 2011 with episodes released every other Friday.
 
A super clean and super funny advice show. Just a couple of muscle daddies bringing the heat... comedy style. Daniel, Austin and Andy talk about anything and everything. Each show is crafted by accident and takes on a flavor of it's own. It's like cooking with a robot in the kitchen when suddenly the robot becomes self aware. **Voted the FUNNIEST and CLEANEST podcast on the air 2017**
 
Trench Talk is hosted by award-winning plumber Matt Reynolds based out of Melbourne. Primarily in interview format, you’ll hear from interesting people including industry insiders, leaders and celebrities who share the critical lessons they feel have helped them carve out a career and master their own trade. From the unique perspective of a local tradesman, this format is wide as we discuss all things business and self-improvement. Think tools, tips and strategies from high-level achievers. ...
 
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Ready for a good time? We got one for you. With the NBA about to kick the 2020-21 season into gear next week, we lay the foundation for the Lakers and other teams around the league. What do the Lakers do with Kyle Kuzma? Is he good enough to pay to keep around? Would he want to stay on the Lakers in the role he's in now? What teams might value him?…
 
Montgomery County, located just north of Washington D.C. is a leader in the use of performance management, including through its CountyStat initiative, drawing on the model of other PerformanceStat efforts. Its reputation for results-focused government continues today under County Executive Marc Elrich, who has been in that role since 2018. To lear…
 
Well that was a big day... The NBA launched into free agency Friday, with big names and big teams coming hot out of the gate. Breaking it all down is Mo Dakhil of Bleacher Report and The Athletic. Among the topics... Has anyone done better than the Lakers? Wes Matthews and Montrezl Harrell, in addition to acquiring Dennis Schroder ahead of Draft ni…
 
It's coming, people! Goff vs. Brady! LA vs. Tampa Bay! We get you ready for the Rams' critical Monday night tilt against the Buccaneers in Florida with Lindsey Thiry, who covers the Rams for ESPN. We start by looking at this week's brush with COVID-19 at the team training facility, then back at last week's win over Seattle. What went right? What di…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Captain John Landry and discuss how he went from fishing Florida’s flats with his father to guiding in Alaska’s iconic Bristol Bay. We also discuss fish camp pranks, dealing with bears, dogs, salmon, tarpon and his involvement in Captains for Clean Water’s recent film “Everyone in Between.” To learn more about Capt…
 
Administrative data – in other words, big data produced by public agencies and programs – is a valuable tool for program evaluation, research and analysis that can help improve government performance and tackle our nation’s pressing challenges. How can we enable more qualified researchers and government program managers to security and more easily …
 
We're not even at the NBA Draft yet, but the NBA has already had a bonkers start to the transaction season. Milwaukee acquires Jrue Holiday and Bogdan Bogdanovic. The Suns get Chris Paul. The Lakers flip Danny Green to Oklahoma City for Dennis Schroeder. Houston trades Robert Covington. And with Wednesday's Draft, expect more fireworks. Will the Wa…
 
It's been a disappointing season to say the least for the Los Angeles Chargers. Lots of losing, heaps of injuries to critical, frontline players, and no fans attending games in the sparkly new Sofi Stadium. (Which, by all accounts, is amazeballs.) On the other hand... there's Justin Herbert. The rookie QB has been the team's lone true bright spot, …
 
We dive way too deep into the history of bananas and their former glory in the USA. Can we ever recover? What other fruit facts can we find? Later in the show the guys give a shout out to a wonderful listener and wrap things up by dealing with a big problem in a new segment called “Take it to Court”By Daniel Hunt, Austin Lavier, Andy Irwin
 
She is, first and foremost, a fantastic writer with a deep understanding of football and the Los Angeles Rams, the team she covers for The Athletic. But Jourdan Rodrigue is also someone who respects, but does not like, birds. And we begin there. What, exactly, is causing all the problems, here? Eventually, the conversation turns to football. Where …
 
It's among the more iconic movies of the last 30 years, one that launched the careers of a host of actors, as well as its director, Richard Linklater. Few movies have the enduring popularity and loyalty "Dazed and Confused," and on Wednesday's Happy Hour we're joined by Melissa Maerz, author of the incredible new oral history of the movie, "Alright…
 
She's one of the best Lakers writers around, and Sabreena Merchant joins the LNHH Tuesday to set the stage for a crazy moment in NBA history. Compressed offseason, compressed preparation, draft process and trade season. How will all of this impact the Lakers? Will they play the load management game more aggressively in years past (our guess... yes!…
 
What's it like to host more than 5,000 episodes of SportsCenter? What are the challenges as a woman working in a very, very (very) male dominated world? How does a TV professional find an authentic voice in a highly pressurized environment? Not many people can answer all of these questions, but the great Linda Cohn can. The legendary TV and radio p…
 
He's one of the best young voices in broadcasting, and a great guy to boot. J.B. Long, voice of the Los Angeles Rams, joins the Late Night Happy Hour. We start on what it's been like to broadcast to empty stadiums, particularly when that stadium is something as impressive as the team's new building, SoFi Stadium in Inglewood. We cover his broadcast…
 
Did you hear? There was an election on Tuesday. We're all still living through it. But while our collective focus has been on national politics, there's been a lot going on in LA and southern California more broadly. To explain it all, KPCC Senior Politics Reporter Libby Denkmann joins. We talk about the mechanics of California politics. What happe…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Jeremy Clark and discuss photography, fishing, and his appreciation for the "seemingly mundane." We also discuss tips on tackling difficult learning curves, his worse gear blunders, and the significance of a near-death experience he had in New Zealand. To learn more about Jeremy check out www.Jerms1977.com Turtle B…
 
His main gig is covering the Warriors for The Athletic, but when Golden State was eliminated early this year, he was assigned to the Lakers for the stretch run and the playoffs. What was it like to learn a new team like that? What did he see, coming in with fresh eyes maybe the rest of us missed? From there, we get into what the Lakers might do thi…
 
He's one of the best in the business, and Monday Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports and The Athletic joined the show talking about the strangest college football season anyone has ever seen, and his new book "Flip the Script: Lessons Learned on the Road to a Championship," written with former USC and current LSU coach Ed Orgeron. First, on the current CFB…
 
It's an episode that'll make you hungry. Farley Elliott (@overoverunder), senior editor at Eater LA and author of "Los Angeles Street Food: A history from Tamaleros to Taco Trucks" joins talking (spoiler alert) street food and the LA food scene, broadly. It's a fascinating conversation that gets into the city's history, what makes it unique from a …
 
His analysis is some of the best on the web, and tonight Ted Nguyen of The Athletic joins the show. We start with Justin Herbert, and why he's been so effective for the Charges so fast... especially surprising for many who weren't so hot on the guy while he was quarterbacking at Oregon. Will his play be enough for the Chargers to make a run? How ab…
 
On the first night in a long time where there weren't big sporting events being played... man alive, there was a lot of sports to discuss. ESPN's Jorge Sedano joins the show, and off the top we talk Justin Turner and the post-COVID celebration that overshadowed much of the conversation around the Dodgers first World Series in 32 years. Did he do th…
 
The man loves baseball, making him a great addition to the Late Night Happy Hour on a night the Dodgers win their first World Series since 1988. So much to cover, including... Once again, LA has a team win where it actually feels great to cheer for them. Excellent bunch of dudes, well earned title. Game 6: The Dodgers cobble together a great perfor…
 
The Dodgers are ONE WIN AWAY from their first title since 1988. Will they make it across the finish line? Andy and Brian talk about it with J.P. Hoornstra, longtime Dodgers writer from the Southern California News Group. We start with Game 6. What was the thinking behind going with Tony Gonsolin, rather than Walker Buehler on short rest? What happe…
 
He's back! Our man on the Dodgers and MLB Greg Bergman joins, talking about a tremendous outing from the Dodgers' Walker Buehler to help LA win Game 3 of the World Series over the Rays. Are the Dodgers set up to run the table, with Julio Urias in Game 4 and Clayton Kershaw in Game 5? Is Buehler on the way to being the best pitcher the Dodgers have …
 
The Dodgers are even up in the World Series after losing Game 2, and The Athletic's Pedro Moura - he of excellent words and beautiful hair - helps us break it all down. Did Dave Roberts make a mistake going to a "bullpen game" on Wednesday? Was there an alternative? Who can the Dodgers trust in the bullpen going forward? What about Dustin May and T…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Andy Bowen of Cohutta Fishing Company, and discuss his upbringing in Georgia, chasing bass as the son of a farmer who eventually found his way to owning a guide service in the mountains of north Georgia. In this podcast, we discuss leading fishing trips to international destinations, chasing Roosterfish, the import…
 
It's a trip around the NFL with Kaelen Jones, the great football writer at The Ringer. After recounting his days in Chino Hills as the Ball Brothers were blowing up, Jones explains what has made Ryan Tannehill so successful in Tennessee, and we try to figure out who else might be a Tannehill right now around the NFL. Anyone working with Adam Gase, …
 
She's become one of the premiere features writers working in sports today. Mirin Fader has profiled an incredibly wide range of people and athletes, inclluding LaMelo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Tyler Skaggs, Coco Gauff and Mikaela Shiffrin, but some of her best work is about the people you don't know. She talks about her approach to storytelling, what s…
 
One of our favorite people is back! Gustavo Arellano, author and columnist for the LA Times, returns to the show, and he's bringing food. Sort of, at least. With KCRW's Tortilla Tournament wrapping up this weekend, Gustavo walks us through the intricacies of the tortilla as Andy and Brian do a tasting. What makes a great tortilla, and why does it m…
 
Wednesday, we talked about the pain of being a baseball fan with Jon Weisman. Thursday, we lived it. Clayton Kershaw suffered another playoff disappointment, falling apart in the sixth inning of a game in which he received almost no help from his teammates or manager. As is the history, here, it should be noted. We discuss the Greek tragedy that Ke…
 
With the Dodgers trying to come back to beat the Braves and reach the World Series, Andy and Brian welcome Jon Weisman, author of two books about the Dodgers and the author of the fantastic "Dodger Thoughts" blog. We chart the anxiety Dodgers fans feel now every October, and why they often can get hostile (years of disappointment will do that, but …
 
What started as a three-person show quickly added a fourth, as Daman Rangoola (@damanr) joined Sam Esfandiari (Light Years podcast, @samesfandiari) to talk NBA, the Lakers window, handsome quarterbacks and more. The Golden State Warriors will be healthy again next season. But how good will they be, in a stacked Western Conference? What will they do…
 
The ring is complete. Zach Schwartz, the third host of Yahoo's excellent Dunk Bait podcast, joins the show talking about the joy of his Lakers winning a title, going to high school next to Slava Medvedenko's house, Dwight Howard, serving as a rebounder for Kendall Marshall workouts, and more. Plus, a game! Current vs. former Lakers in important pla…
 
Holy sports, that was a game! The Lakers, with a 3-1 lead, earned three cracks at closing out the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals. They're down to two following Friday's 111-108 loss. Jimmy Butler again went nuclear, matching LeBron James, while the Heat got just enough from the supporting cast (Duncan Robinson, Kendrick Nunn) to hold off L.A. Anthony…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Captain John Irwin of Charleston South Carolina and discuss a wide range of topics spanning from world travel to family balance. John also shares some interesting information about Cobia, and how a project with the DNR taught him how to sew. To learn more about the show head to CaptainsCollective.com Fishing Points…
 
The Dodgers are up 2-0 on the Padres in the National League Championship Series, but it wasn't easy getting there. Is Kenley Jansen done as LA's closer? If yes, who is next in line? Greg Bergman of 710 ESPN joins, talking about his heart attack-inducing Dodgers and a tense Game 2. Is this the year Clayton Kershaw finally, seriously, for real gets o…
 
It wasn't easy, but the Los Angeles Lakers managed to grit and grind their way to a Game 4 win in the NBA Finals, taking a 3-1 lead over the Miami Heat. Harrison Sanford, host of the "Inside the Green Room" and "Call to the Booth" joins to break it down. Why has Anthony Davis been so valuable defensively? What has he delivered these playoffs on tha…
 
He's among the best follows on social media, and a host of the fantastic Dunk Bait podcast on Yahoo! Sports. Monday, Josiah Johnson joined the Late Night Happy Hour, talking NBA Finals and where the Lakers went wrong in Game 3, 7-dimensional chess conspiracy theory regarding LeBron James sabotaging the Los Angeles Clippers. (Which, with it, brought…
 
In Game 1, the Lakers blew out a Miami squad that had, for at least some of the game, its key players. In Game 2, the Heat were down Goran Dragic and Bam Adebayo. The results were predictable - another decisive win for the Lakers. Up 2-0, the series is basically over, right? Is there anything the Heat can do to come back? How much would a romp thro…
 
Wow, it was a busy day! In basketball, too! Mo Dakhil joins to break it all down... The Miami Heat got some bad news, as it appears both Goran Dragic and Bam Adebayo could miss Game 2 of the NBA Finals with injuries. Do they have any shot to beat the Lakers without them? And if Miami loses Game 2, even if their guys return, could they beat the Lake…
 
On the one hand, it was a great night for the Lakers, who overcame a bad first five minutes and what became a 13-point deficit before totally steamrolling the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. Anthony Davis was fantastic in his first Finals game, and LeBron James was huge as well, finishing one dime shy of a triple-double. On the other, it wa…
 
Major League Baseball's playoffs have arrived, as we quickly get to the end of whatever this Major League Baseball season should be called. The Dodgers are a number one seed... will it matter? After all, the Marlins are in the playoffs! All bets are off! Andy and Brian talk baseball with the incredibly entertaining Lana Berry, host of "The Lana Ber…
 
Andy and Brian welcome Jason Jones, who covers the Sacramento Kings and the NBA for The Athletic. We start by noting his LA roots, including going to Long Beach Poly with Snoop's younger brother, and how his old paper (the Sacramento Bee) let all the Kings fans know he was a Lakers fan... and then gave him the Kings beat. Nothing awkward there. We …
 
He's a giant among NFL writers, and Mike Sando (SandoNFL) joins Andy and Brian for a great hour of football talk, starting with the Rams. Is the 2-0 start a sign of things to come? Have they cleaned up some financial messes made over the last couple seasons? How good is Jared Goff, and really, how do you determine how good a quarterback is, general…
 
It's a tale of two shows, as the Lakers defeated the Denver Nuggets in a spectacularly entertaining Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals behind another big game from Anthony Davis. The Kamenetzky Brothers break down the win - incredible shot-making from both teams, Dwight Howard in the starting lineup, chances of a Denver comeback and more. Drag…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Chris Peterson, owner of Hells Bay Boat Works, and discuss the early days of his childhood in Florida, his fight with cancer, the importance of listening to guides when building skiffs, and how he went from being a kid exploring with a flat-back canoe to owning the world renowned Hells Bay Boat Works today. To lear…
 
The Los Angeles Clippers flamed out in spectacular fashion this season, losing a 3-1 lead (including three straight games with double digit leads) to the Denver Nuggets in the second round of the NBA Playoffs. What went wrong? How can they fix it heading into next year? Does it mean big changes, sacrificing even their 6th Man of the Year bench play…
 
The Denver Nuggets took Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals. One guy who predicted it? Matt Moore of The Action Network and co-host of the Locked on Nuggets podcast. He breaks down what Denver did right in Game 3, where the series might be going, and much, much more. That includes some advice on switching things up on Nikola Jokic, who is very …
 
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