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Best podcasts about Basque

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The Allusionist
143. Hedge Rider

The Allusionist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 26:32


Today it's the etymologies you requested! And a few you didn't! We've got witches, wizards, warlocks; conjurers and cloves; wood shavings, nice gone nasty, and a whole lot more. Plus, a bold method of scaring away a ghost, if you must. Find out more about the topics covered in this episode at theallusionist.org/hedgerider. Sign up to be a patron at patreon.com/allusionist and as well as supporting the show, you get behind the scenes glimpses and bonus etymologies. The music is by Martin Austwick. Hear Martin's own songs at palebirdmusic.com or search for Pale Bird on Bandcamp and Spotify, and he's @martinaustwick on Twitter and Instagram.  The Allusionist's online home is theallusionist.org. Stay in touch at twitter.com/allusionistshow, facebook.com/allusionistshow and instagram.com/allusionistshow. Our ad partner is Multitude. To sponsor an episode of the show, contact them at multitude.productions/ads. This episode is sponsored by: • Acorn TV, the streaming service featuring hundreds of dramas, mysteries and comedies from around the world. Try Acorn TV free for 30 days, by going to Acorn.TV and using my promo code allusionist. (Be sure to type that code in lower case.)  • Bombas, makers of the most comfortable socks in the history of feet - and super-smooth undies and T-shirts too. Get 20 percent off your first purchase at bombas.com/allusionist. • Catan, the building and trading board game where no two games are the same. Allusionist listeners get 10 percent off the original base game at catanshop.com/allusionist. Support the show: http://patreon.com/allusionist See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Finding Founders
#89: Enrique Bascon - Bombings and Sculpture, Workouts and Drawing, Discipline and Art | The Cabo Series

Finding Founders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 67:17


Is there a relationship between visual arts and discipline? For today's episode we had the chance to spend the whole day with Enrique Bascón, a multidisciplinary artist based in Cabo San Lucas where he has his art studio and gallery. Born and raised in the Basque country in Spain, Enrique's journey was not always about art. From wanting to follow his own rules and making his own path as a kid, to seeking financial stability, Enrique has always wanted freedom. Throughout his journey he's studied law, been a policeman, bodyguard, SWAT agent and is now an artist. Enrique's story explores how ambition and perseverance can get you to amazing places. There is no one path to being an artist. Subscribe to our Newsletter! https://findingfounders.co/subscribe Website: findingfounders.co Follow Sam: https://www.instagram.com/samueldonner/ Follow Finding Founders IG: https://www.instagram.com/findingfounderspodcast/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/finding-founders/support

Entreprendre dans la mode
Frédéric Biousse & Guillaume Foucher — Co-Fondateurs Les Domaines de Fontenille — L'authenticité de l'expérience émotionnelle est un luxe

Entreprendre dans la mode

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 98:29


Vous le connaissez déjà, Frédéric Biousse était venu nous parler de sa carrière remarquable dans le luxe et la mode : de la direction générale de SMCP à la création de son fonds d'investissement Experienced Capital. Visionnaire, passionné et entrepreneur insatiable, Frédéric pariait déjà sur l'expérience hôtelière. C'est alors accompagné de Guillaume Foucher, son partenaire de vie issu du monde de l'art, qu'ils vont à deux se lancer dans un projet hôtelier, et pas des moindres. Les Domaines de Fontenille, ce sont plusieurs adresses dans le Lubéron, Minorque, Marseille ou encore sur la côté Basque tous dotés d'une âme singulière. Fréderic et Guillaume en sont tombés amoureux et c'est sûrement ce qui en fait leur réussite. Exit la standardisation et le marketing pompeux, bonjour le luxe décomplexé et l'authenticité. Car oui, s'ils attirent particuliers comme acteurs privés, c'est bien parce que leur mantra est de s'ancrer dans la réalité. À l'époque, Guillaume collectionnait des œuvres. Aujourd'hui, avec Frédéric ils ont fait de Fontenille une collection de lieux, mais aussi de vie(s). Dans cet épisode, on parle de recrutement dans l'hôtellerie, du business de l'émotion et des leviers pour se faire connaître. « On développe nos hôtels en essayant de leur donner un contenu à la fois pédagogique et holistique sans aucune futilité. On veut que les clients soient touchés.»Frédéric Biousse Ce que vous allez apprendre dans cet épisode : Le parcours de GuillaumeLeur rapport au milieu hôtelierPourquoi l'hôtellerie est devenue importante pour les investisseurs ?Ce qui a rendu ce secteur attractifLes débuts du domaineComment recruter des gens passionnés ?Les relations presseComment ils ont construit leur notoriété ?Le rôle du directeur de collectionComment conserver l'authenticité d'un lieu ?Le prix d'une chambreLes leviers pour se faire connaître Les parallèles entre la mode, l'art et l'hôtellerie Implanter un hôtel en villePeut-on démarrer de rien dans ce secteur ?Leurs erreursLeurs prochains projetsRé-inventer le mode de travail de l'hôtellerieCe qui les inspirent « On défend une vérité contre un postulat marketing. »Guillaume Foucher « On fait du business mais ce n'est pas la priorité. Ce qu'on fait doit être rentable et créer de la valeur mais ça doit aussi correspondre à nos plaisirs et nos choix de vie. »Frédéric Biousse « On tombe amoureux des lieux. Ça nous permet de vivre plein de vies différentes.»Guillaume Foucher N'oubliez pas de vous inscrire à la newsletter de Entreprendre Dans La Mode, les industries créatives et l'art de vivre sur www.entreprendredanslamode.com Aussi, si vous souhaitez me contacter ou me suggérer de nouveaux invités, vous pouvez le faire sur Instagram sous le pseudonyme @entreprendredanslamode Enfin, le plus important : laissez-moi un avis sur Apple Podcast ou iTunes, 5 étoiles de préférence ; cela m'aide à faire connaître le podcast à plus de monde et me motive à faire de meilleures interviews ! Merci de soutenir ce podcast et à bientôt pour un nouvel épisode ! Références: Ré-écouter l'épisode #102 avec Frédéric Biousse : https://podcasts.apple.com/fr/podcast/entreprendre-dans-la-mode/id1300541489?l=en&i=1000448127601 Les Domaines de Fontenille : https://www.lesdomainesdefontenille.com/fr/ Experienced Capital : https://fr.excp.com L'Hôtel Particulier, Arles : https://www.hotel-particulier.com/fr/hotel-arles-centre Soneva Group : https://soneva.com/resorts/soneva-fushi/ Agence Melchior : https://www.agencemelchior.com Alexandre Lafourcade architecte : https://www.architecture-lafourcade.com Cheval Blanc : https://www.chevalblanc.com/fr/ Soho House : https://www.sohohouse.com/fr/ Hotel Pellicano : https://www.hotelilpellicano.com/fr/ See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

La Liga Lowdown
LaLiga Matchday 7 Recap: Return of the Kid

La Liga Lowdown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 40:04


LaLiga continues to be the best entertainment around on Sundays with another 15 goals in 5 games. Hosts Ruairidh Barlow (@RuriBarlow) and Sam Leveridge (@samleveridge) pick their way through that mayhem but not before unpacking a siesta-worthy effort from the title holders Atleti against bottom-dwelling Alavés.Attentions are then turned to Camp Nou, which threatened to be a gloomy affair but ended up a festival of celebration. Román de Arquer (Aeroslavee) analyses an increasingly rare happy day out for Barcelona and the comeback of their new number 10, Ansu Fati. Until now it had been Real Madrid lighting up the league but Unai Emery's Villarreal were only too happy to thwart that run - Jamie Kemble (@JamieKemble) gave us his verdict on a fifth draw in six games for the Yellow Submarine.In the last part of the show Sam and Ruairidh hand out some praise for Basque managers with impressive wins for Real Sociedad, Osasuna and Rayo Vallecano, before deciding on their MVP candidates for the weekend's action. Head over to @LaLigaLowdown on Twitter to find out who reigns victorious. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

San Diego Magazine's Happy Half Hour
We Talk Vegan Food, Music, and Tiki Drinks with Kindred's Kory Stetina

San Diego Magazine's Happy Half Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 68:37


Welcome back to the Happy Half Hour! This week our special guest was requested by listeners, and we're excited to have him on the show: Kory Stetina, owner of Kindred in South Park. Kindred is a vegan restaurant and bar with a heavy metal vibe that opened in 2015, and it's regularly been named both a critic's and readers' pick for Best Vegan Restaurant in our annual Best Restaurants issue. Kory says he's been vegan since his early 20s, and he was first exposed to vegetarianism through his love of punk rock. He initially started Kindred as a pop-up when he couldn't find any local food-and-drink events that catered to his diet, so he started with vegan dinners paired with beer. He anticipated a small crowd, but a couple hundred people came out instead—seeing that demand eventually led to him opening the full restaurant. Since then, Kindred has redefined ideas of what vegan cuisine is and could be, and its “Permanent Vacation” tropical-themed cocktail nights have been a hit—Kory estimates that most of his clients (80 percent) are not vegan, but enjoy the food and atmosphere regardless. We chat with Kory about music, the decor (and the famous bathrooms) at Kindred, and his upcoming project, Mothership, a tropical-themed space bar that's opening in South Park. In Hot Plates, Oceanside is getting a new hotel (The Brick), and it will have a restaurant and bar from the team behind Louisiana Purchase and Miss B's Coconut Club. San Diego breweries took home 18 medals at the Great American Beer Festival, and new breweries Puesto Cervecería and Tap Room Beer Co. won silver medals (congratulations!). In South Park, the owners of The Rose Wine Bar opened a new bakery, Secret Sister, next door, and they're also working on Mabel's Gone Fishing, a gin and pintxos (small appetizers in Basque country) bar in North Park. For Two People, $50, Kory recommends the vegan chicken shawarma, fattoush, and falafel at Shawarma Guys. David's pick is the spicy szechuan noodles with stir-fried veggies from Tribute Pizza, and Troy's pick this week is the carne asada burrito and quesadilla from Roberto's. Thank you for listening! As always, we want to hear from you. Need a restaurant recommendation? Is there a guest you want us to book on the show? Let us know! You can call us at 619-744-0535 and leave a voicemail, or if you're too shy, you can email us at happyhalfhour@sdmag.com. See you next week!

Brown Rice Hour with Konda Mason
Ep. 14: Cross-Cultural Mindfulness w/ Carol Cano

Brown Rice Hour with Konda Mason

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 63:29


In this episode of the Brown Rice Hour, Konda Mason welcomes Carol Cano for a conversation around hands-on healing, cross-cultural mindfulness, and the importance of our origin stories.Carol Cano brings a unique combination of Basque, Native American and Buddhist influences into her teaching. She is the founder of Braided Wisdom, a non-profit that empowers diverse communities by fostering transformational change through integrating indigenous wisdom teachings and cross-cultural mindfulness practices. Carol also co-founded Philippine Insight Meditation Community in the Philippines, and is a teacher at Spirit Rock Meditation Center. You can learn more about her at carolcano.com.“Because there's not a culture in the world – when you think of what we have in common – that doesn't have the healing arts, that doesn't have their own medicine, that doesn't have their own story, that doesn't have their own dance… There's so much that we have in common than not. So, how do we begin to bridge our universal understanding?” – Carol Cano See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

New Books in Law
Scott Veitch, "Obligations: New Trajectories in Law" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 73:08


Obligations: New Trajectories in Law (Routledge, 2021) critically analyses the role that obligations play in law and social ordering. As rights have become preeminent feature in modern societies, the work that obligations do has faded into the background. However, in his latest book, Professor Scott Veitch challenges the normative assumptions that shape law and social practices, and shows how obligations and practices of obedience are core to sustaining the inequalities faced by members of the global community. In doing so, Veitch explores the potential and enduring role that obligations have in furthering individual and collective well-being. He offers an alternative trajectory for the current crises faced by all citizens today, including environmental degradation and human inequality and injustice.  This is an important book. It will allow the reader to rethink the dominant model of human rights, and enable understandings of alternative complementary trajectories of obligations. An understanding of the universalism of obligations and the asymmetries and obediences that obligations create has the potential to better prioritise human and environmental needs, common goods, and solidarity.  Professor Scott Veitch is the Paul K C Chung Professor in Jurisprudence in the Department of Law at the University of Hong Kong. He was educated in Scotland and has worked at universities in Australia and the United Kingdom, and was formerly Professor of Jurisprudence at the University of Glasgow. He has held visiting academic positions in South Africa, New Zealand, Belgium, France and the Basque country. His area of research is jurisprudence broadly defined, and his work draws on historical, philosophical and sociological insights into law and legal institutions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
A Word in Edgewise 9/6/21: Earth First Circumnavigated by a Basque . . .

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 8:08


Producer/Host: R.W. Estela The post A Word in Edgewise 9/6/21: Earth First Circumnavigated by a Basque . . . first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

Travel with Rick Steves
650 Silver Linings; Basque Cities; English Villages

Travel with Rick Steves

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 52:00


Travel writer Don George shares the reflections that have helped him get through the pandemic with a positive outlook. Then tour guides from the border-straddling Basque Country of Spain and France lend insights on their home turf, plus advice for enjoying it. And a pair of British guides describe a few of their favorite historic villages in the west of England, where the traditions of its scenic countryside are alive and well. For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - including episode descriptions, program archives and related details - visit www.ricksteves.com.

MaLigue2 podcast
Podcast ML2 - Episode 7 avec Romain Basque (Neftchi Bakou)

MaLigue2 podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 54:02


-Le grand débrief du mercato -Interview de Romain Basque qui a quitté Le Havre pour le Neftchi Bakou en Azerbaïdjan et qui nous parle de de nouveau challenge -Le quiz

FAR OUT: Adventures in Unconventional Living
[Repost] FAR OUT #71 ~ What's the deal with French people and food?!

FAR OUT: Adventures in Unconventional Living

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 81:15


Listen and explore:How to drink less wine and not know itWhat it means to have "your ass surrounded in noodles"The crazy shit the French do with cheese in the Alps called  RacletteWhat it means to be "buttered"French insults -- why are they so crass?The difference between French and American habits toward foodMentioned on this episode:Join us and RippleOut Retreats for a sacred pilgrimage across France and Spain in September (18 - 27)Decline of the West by Oswald SpenglerCaitlin Shoemaker on Youtube (food videos)Connect with us:Website: www.thefarout.lifeEmail us at info@thefarout.lifeAlasdair @ www.alasdairplambeck.comSupport this podcast:Discount link to purchase organic, raw ceremonial-grade cacao locally sourced in Guatemala (a portion of proceeds support this podcast)Become a patron at: https://www.patreon.com/thefaroutcoupleMake one-time donation with PayPal (our account is aplambeck22@gmail.com)Leave a review on iTunes!Share this episode with a friend! :DCredits:Intro music: "Complicate ya" by Otis McDonaldOutro music: "Running with wise fools" written & performed by Krackatoa (www.krackatoa.com)

New Books Network
Scott Veitch, "Obligations: New Trajectories in Law" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 73:08


Obligations: New Trajectories in Law (Routledge, 2021) critically analyses the role that obligations play in law and social ordering. As rights have become preeminent feature in modern societies, the work that obligations do has faded into the background. However, in his latest book, Professor Scott Veitch challenges the normative assumptions that shape law and social practices, and shows how obligations and practices of obedience are core to sustaining the inequalities faced by members of the global community. In doing so, Veitch explores the potential and enduring role that obligations have in furthering individual and collective well-being. He offers an alternative trajectory for the current crises faced by all citizens today, including environmental degradation and human inequality and injustice.  This is an important book. It will allow the reader to rethink the dominant model of human rights, and enable understandings of alternative complementary trajectories of obligations. An understanding of the universalism of obligations and the asymmetries and obediences that obligations create has the potential to better prioritise human and environmental needs, common goods, and solidarity.  Professor Scott Veitch is the Paul K C Chung Professor in Jurisprudence in the Department of Law at the University of Hong Kong. He was educated in Scotland and has worked at universities in Australia and the United Kingdom, and was formerly Professor of Jurisprudence at the University of Glasgow. He has held visiting academic positions in South Africa, New Zealand, Belgium, France and the Basque country. His area of research is jurisprudence broadly defined, and his work draws on historical, philosophical and sociological insights into law and legal institutions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Field Notes
Ep 31: Catalan Language Normalization with Guillem Belmar

Field Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 40:46


This month's episode is with Guillem Belmar from UC Santa Barbara. Guillem focuses his research on language revitalization strategies as well as documentation of endangered or minoritized languages. He has worked on language promotion for many European languages and runs the #europeminoritylanguages project on social media. He is currently involved with the project Maintaining Indigenous Languages within Immigrant Oaxacan Communities in the United States. In this episode we discuss Guillem's work with his native language, Catalan, as well as Basque and Frisian.  Next month Field Notes will be taking a short break, if you'd like to hear more from the pod, check out the Field Notes Patreon.  Things mentioned in this episode: Catalan language  Indo-European language family  Frisian language  Basque language  Galician language  Amami Ōshima language Ergative–absolutive alignment  Guillem on twitter: @GuillemBelmar Guillem's website

Into The Wind
[REDIFFUSION] - Un été de cadors 5/5 : Pascal Bidégorry

Into The Wind

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 135:27


Chaque vendredi du 30 juillet au 27 août, Tip & Shaft vous propose sa série estivale baptisée Un été de cadors. Un "été de cadors" car nous avons choisi de rediffuser des épisodes d'Into The Wind où l'on retrouve des vainqueurs de la Solitaire du Figaro, dont la 52e édition s'est élancée dimanche dernier de Saint-Nazaire. Cinquième et dernier invité, Pascal Bidégorry, avec un épisode d'Into The Wind (le numéro 13), diffusé le 20 décembre 2019, un mois après l'arrivée de la Transat Jacques Vabre 2019 dont le vainqueur de la Solitaire 2000 avait pris la quatrième place à bord d'11th Hour Racing Team aux côtés de Charlie Enright. Depuis, le Basque, qui, pour cause de Covid, a été privé de Transat anglaise en 2020 sur le trimaran Macif alors qu'il devait en prendre la barre à la place de François Gabart, a continué sa collaboration avec l'équipe américaine, participant notamment en juin à la première édition The Ocean Race Europe, avec à la clé une deuxième place finale. A la fin de ce mois d'août, il découvrira le tout nouvel Imoca 11th Racing Team, plan Guillaume Verdier construit chez CDK sous la maîtrise d'œuvre de MerConcept, avec dans le viseur la prochaine Transat Jacques Vabre, qu'il courra de nouveau avec Charlie Enright.  --- Il est basque et ça s'entend un peu : Pascal Bidégorry, 52 ans, a une longue carrière derrière lui, entamée sur le tard, puisqu'il découvre la voile avec son père à la fin de son adolescence. Pas de voile légère, mais de l'habitable entre Bayonne et les ports espagnols. « Bidé », comme beaucoup l'appellent, c'est d'abord un caractère – entier, direct – mais aussi et surtout un talent rare pour faire aller vite les bateaux, et n'importe lesquels. Vainqueur de la Solitaire du Figaro en 2000, il est un équipier recherché sur les trimarans Orma avant d'être recruté comme skipper par Banque Populaire. Il y enchaîne les victoires avant de lancer la construction du plus grand trimaran du monde – aujourd'hui Spindrift -, décroche un record de l'Atlantique qui tient encore (3 jours 15 heures, plus de 900 milles en 24h) et échoue dans le Trophée Jules Verne. Débarqué, il rebondit ensuite sur de nombreux supports avant d'enchaîner deux Volvo Ocean Race comme navigateur de Charles Caudrelier, dont une victoire historique en 2018. Un épisode de 2h15 où Pascal Bidégorry reste fidèle à lui-même, plein de sincérité et d'authenticité, évoquant sans détour les hauts mais aussi les bas d'une carrière rare.  Première diffusion le 20 décembre 2019 Rediffusé le 27 août 2021 Générique : In Closing – Days Past Post-production : Clovis Tisserand

New Books Network
Iker Saitua, "Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954" (U Nevada Press, 2019)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 54:31


Ranching in the West meant more than cowboys and cattle drives, writes Dr. Iker Saitua, and assistant professor of public policy and economic history at the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao, Spain. Dr. Saitua's new book, Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954 (University of Nevada Press, 2019), offers insight into the sheep herding industry in the American West through the lens of Basque immigration. Along with other European and Asian immigrants in the nineteenth century, Basques traveled from their homeland to the American West looking to make new lives and new fortunes for themselves. American racial stereotypes and immigration politics pushed many Basque immigrants to the high desert of Nevada, where they encountered very different conditions, and very different forms of ranching, than was typical back home in the Basque Country. Saitua traces their story through the end of the nineteenth century through the tumultuous years of the Spanish Civil War and World War II, up through the campaign by Nevada Senator Patrick McCarren to normalize relations between the United States and Franco's Spain. Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry offers a narrative that runs counter to many of the well-worn stories of who populated the American West, and how those people made their lives. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in American Studies
Iker Saitua, "Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954" (U Nevada Press, 2019)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 54:31


Ranching in the West meant more than cowboys and cattle drives, writes Dr. Iker Saitua, and assistant professor of public policy and economic history at the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao, Spain. Dr. Saitua's new book, Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954 (University of Nevada Press, 2019), offers insight into the sheep herding industry in the American West through the lens of Basque immigration. Along with other European and Asian immigrants in the nineteenth century, Basques traveled from their homeland to the American West looking to make new lives and new fortunes for themselves. American racial stereotypes and immigration politics pushed many Basque immigrants to the high desert of Nevada, where they encountered very different conditions, and very different forms of ranching, than was typical back home in the Basque Country. Saitua traces their story through the end of the nineteenth century through the tumultuous years of the Spanish Civil War and World War II, up through the campaign by Nevada Senator Patrick McCarren to normalize relations between the United States and Franco's Spain. Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry offers a narrative that runs counter to many of the well-worn stories of who populated the American West, and how those people made their lives. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in the American West
Iker Saitua, "Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954" (U Nevada Press, 2019)

New Books in the American West

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 54:31


Ranching in the West meant more than cowboys and cattle drives, writes Dr. Iker Saitua, and assistant professor of public policy and economic history at the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao, Spain. Dr. Saitua's new book, Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954 (University of Nevada Press, 2019), offers insight into the sheep herding industry in the American West through the lens of Basque immigration. Along with other European and Asian immigrants in the nineteenth century, Basques traveled from their homeland to the American West looking to make new lives and new fortunes for themselves. American racial stereotypes and immigration politics pushed many Basque immigrants to the high desert of Nevada, where they encountered very different conditions, and very different forms of ranching, than was typical back home in the Basque Country. Saitua traces their story through the end of the nineteenth century through the tumultuous years of the Spanish Civil War and World War II, up through the campaign by Nevada Senator Patrick McCarren to normalize relations between the United States and Franco's Spain. Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry offers a narrative that runs counter to many of the well-worn stories of who populated the American West, and how those people made their lives. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-west

New Books in History
Iker Saitua, "Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954" (U Nevada Press, 2019)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 54:31


Ranching in the West meant more than cowboys and cattle drives, writes Dr. Iker Saitua, and assistant professor of public policy and economic history at the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao, Spain. Dr. Saitua's new book, Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954 (University of Nevada Press, 2019), offers insight into the sheep herding industry in the American West through the lens of Basque immigration. Along with other European and Asian immigrants in the nineteenth century, Basques traveled from their homeland to the American West looking to make new lives and new fortunes for themselves. American racial stereotypes and immigration politics pushed many Basque immigrants to the high desert of Nevada, where they encountered very different conditions, and very different forms of ranching, than was typical back home in the Basque Country. Saitua traces their story through the end of the nineteenth century through the tumultuous years of the Spanish Civil War and World War II, up through the campaign by Nevada Senator Patrick McCarren to normalize relations between the United States and Franco's Spain. Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry offers a narrative that runs counter to many of the well-worn stories of who populated the American West, and how those people made their lives. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in American Studies
Iker Saitua, "Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954" (U Nevada Press, 2019)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 54:31


Ranching in the West meant more than cowboys and cattle drives, writes Dr. Iker Saitua, and assistant professor of public policy and economic history at the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao, Spain. Dr. Saitua's new book, Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry: Geopolitics and the Making of an Agricultural Workforce, 1880-1954 (University of Nevada Press, 2019), offers insight into the sheep herding industry in the American West through the lens of Basque immigration. Along with other European and Asian immigrants in the nineteenth century, Basques traveled from their homeland to the American West looking to make new lives and new fortunes for themselves. American racial stereotypes and immigration politics pushed many Basque immigrants to the high desert of Nevada, where they encountered very different conditions, and very different forms of ranching, than was typical back home in the Basque Country. Saitua traces their story through the end of the nineteenth century through the tumultuous years of the Spanish Civil War and World War II, up through the campaign by Nevada Senator Patrick McCarren to normalize relations between the United States and Franco's Spain. Basque Immigrants and Nevada's Sheep Industry offers a narrative that runs counter to many of the well-worn stories of who populated the American West, and how those people made their lives. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

Nutmeg Magazine
E65 - From Blitzkrieg to the Bernabeu: The Basque Refugee Children Who Became Footballers

Nutmeg Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 28:21


Opening our new strand of podcast documentaries, Daniel Gray tells the incredible tale of the Basque refugee children exiled to Britain during the Spanish Civil War who became professional footballers. Theirs is a compelling, life-affirming story of heartbreak, horror and heroism, and a journey from blitzkrieg to the Bernabeu via Ibrox, Guernica, Alf Ramsey and László Kubala. Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shop Please help us make this podcast by joining Nutmeg FC on Patreon. Your money keeps us going and gets you some goodies: https://www.patreon.com/nutmegfcSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/nutmegfc)

Did That Really Happen?
The Devil's Backbone

Did That Really Happen?

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 56:29


Today we're traveling back to 1930s Spain with The Devil's Backbone! Join us to learn about human specimen preservation, mammoth hunting, the children of leftists in the Spanish Civil War, aerial bombing of Barcelona and other major cities, and more! Sources: Film Background: Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Devil%27s_Backbone Criterion Collection: https://www.criterion.com/films/27914-the-devil-s-backbone Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/devils_backbone Mark Kermode, "The Devil's Backbone: The Past Is Never Dead..." Criterion Essays (30 July 2013). https://www.criterion.com/current/posts/2850-the-devil-s-backbone-the-past-is-never-dead Dariel Figueroa, "How The World's Biggest Director Saved Guillermo del Toro's Dad From Kidnappers," Uproxx (10 October 2014). https://uproxx.com/movies/guillermo-del-toro-kidnapped-father/ Children of Leftists: Katya Adler, "Spain's stolen babies and the families who lived a lie," BBC (18 October 2011). https://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-15335899 Lucia Benavides, "How Spanish Women Were Allegedly Targeted In 'Stolen babies' Cases For Decades," NPR (17 August 2018). https://www.npr.org/2018/08/17/639226190/how-spanish-women-were-allegedly-targeted-in-stolen-babies-cases-for-decades Peter Anderson, "The Struggle over the Evacuation to the United Kingdom and Repatriation of Basque Refugee Children in the Spanish Civil War: Symbols and Souls," Journal of Contemporary History 52:2 (April 2017): 297-318. https://www.jstor.org/stable/44504017 Hywel Davies, Fleeing Franco: How Wales gave shelter to refugee children from the Basque country during the Spanish Civil War (University of Wales Press, 2011). https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt9qhdfv.2 "Learn: Forgotten Stories of Basque Child Refugees in England," https://www.unhcr.org/uk/refugeeweek/havens-east/ Frank Schauff, "Fates formed by the Spanish Civil War. Recent books on exiled children, prisoners of concentration camps and Interbrigadistas," Iberoamericana 3: 10 (June 2003): 189-191. https://www.jstor.org/stable/41673209 Jesus Alonso Carballes, "Los "Ninos de la Guerra" o las Huellas del Exilio Infantil de la Guerra Civil en el Espacio Publico," Historia Social 76 (2013): 107-124. https://www.jstor.org/stable/23496333 Limbo Water: Julie V. Hansen, "Resurrecting Death: Anatomical Art in the Cabinet of Dr. Frederick Ruysch," The Art Bulletin 78, 4 (1996) Alvar Martinez-Vidal and Jose Pardo-Tomas, "Anatomical Theatres and the Teaching of Anatomy in Early Modern Spain," Medical HIstory 49, 3 (2005) Sue Anne Prince, et al "Stuffing Birds, Pressing Plants, Shaping Knowledge: Natural History in North America, 1730-1860," Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, 93, 4 (2003) Michael G. Rhode, "The Rise and Fall of the Army Medical Museum and Library," Washington History 18, 1/2 (2006) Hunting Mammoths: Brigit Katz, "Two Traps Where Woolly Mammoths Were Driven to Their Deaths Found in Mexico," Smithsonian Magazine (8 November 2019). https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/found-mexico-two-traps-where-woolly-mammoths-were-driven-their-deaths-180973522/ AP Archive, "Human-built "mammoth traps" rewrite Mexico's early history," AP Archive YouTube (22 May 2020). https://youtu.be/q9Q7to6kx3Y Melvin Konner, "Scientific Tools Bring to Life a Mammoth Hunt," The Wall Street Journal (14 April 2016). https://www.wsj.com/articles/scientific-tools-bring-to-life-a-mammoth-hunt-1460646482 Jaroslaw Wilczynski, Piotr Wojtal, Martin Oliva, Krzysztof Sobczyk, Gary Haynes, Janis Limowicz, and Gyorgy Lengyel, "Mammoth hunting strategies during the Late Gravettian in Central Europe as determined from case studies of Milovice I (Czech Republic) and Krakow Spadzista (Poland)," Quaternary Science Reviews 223 (1 November 2019). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.105919 W.D. Strong, "North American Indian Traditions Suggesting a Knowledge of the Mammoth," American Anthropologist 36:1 (Jan.-Mar. 1934): 81-88. https://www.jstor.org/stable/661759 "Uncovers Evidence of Early Mammoth Hunters," The Science News-Letter 27:722 (9 February 1935): 92. https://www.jstor.org/stable/3912120 Aerial Bombing in the Spanish Civil War: Interactive Map, Bombs Dropped on Barcelona: http://btvdatalab.github.io/barcelona-800-dies-sota-bombes-/navegable.html Giles Tremlett, "Barcelona Pursues Italy Over 1938 Bombing," The Guardian, available at https://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/jan/27/barcelona-pursues-italy-1938-bombing "The Visual Front: Posters of the Spanish Civil War," UCSD Collections, available at https://library.ucsd.edu/speccoll/visfront/ayuda.html Federico Lopez-Terra, "80 Years On From the Guernica Bombing and Spain is Still Struggling to Honour Historical Memory," The Conversation, available at https://theconversation.com/80-years-on-from-the-guernica-bombing-and-spain-is-still-struggling-to-honour-historical-memory-76238

The European Skeptics Podcast
TheESP – Ep. #286 – What Happened to Measles?

The European Skeptics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2021 67:20


In this episode we first chat about the Pegasus project and what implications it might have. We also note that the Russian Nauka module was a little trigger happy when joining with the ISS, turning it around 45 degrees for no good reason. In This Week we salute Mai Thi Nguyen-Kim, the excellent science communicator before we have a well-needed Covid-19 update. Then we dig into the news: - Measles follow-up: what became the 2016-2019 epidemic? - Covid-denier‘s Hungarian Chamber of Doctors' membership suspended - Social media giants criticized for being a ‘safe space for racists' - Massive melting event in Greenland - 14000 scientists warn world about ‘untold suffering' as result of ignoring climate change - German court faults Facebook‘s past handling of hate speech - Systemic Agro-Homeopathy – the latest craze -86-year-old Basque woman first to get assisted death in Spain To round off, we hand out a Really Wrong award to Advanz Pharma and a Really Right award to the CMA, all concerning unreasonable pricing of medication. Enjoy! The Events Calendar: https://theesp.eu/events_in_europe

The Tragedy Academy
Special Guest - Andrew Nethery - "BURY US!" A PUNK ROCK UPRISING

The Tragedy Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 47:43


Wine for Normal People
Ep 384: Txakolina --The Wine of Basque Country

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 38:50


The Basque Country in northeastern Spain lies on the Bay of Biscay and abuts the Pyrenees Mountains, a mere 18 mi/30 km from the French border. Until about a decade ago, this area was relatively unknown as a wine region. But with the rise of Basque cuisine, an increased interest from wine buyers in native varietals, and a desire for lower alcohol, thirst-quenching wines, Txakolina (chock-o-LEEN-ah), a white, high acid, spritzy wine started to get attention. The phenom started in places all over the United States (which boasts a Basque population of more than 50,000 people), then the UK and Japan, now small quantities of wine find their way to  many other countries around the world. Map of Basque Country: Vineyards.com In this show, we discuss this historic region, with its own language, culture, and wine traditions. We talk about how the modern wine industry was renewed, and what you can expect from these delicious, refreshing (mainly white) wines. If you haven't had these wines or heard of them, this should will give you a good foundation to learn about them and appreciate all that it took for them to make it to your table!   Here the show notes: We give an overview of the Basque region (Euskadi), and the language of Euskera, one of the oldest spoken languages with no link to any other known language We discuss the quirky naming convention of the wine of this area, the original name of called txakolin and the meaning of txakolina  "the txakolin" – a term was used from middle of the 18th century onwards and how Txakoli was a misspelling used after 1985. (Source: Wikipedia, originally from the Academy of Basque Language) The wine is called chacolí in Spanish We spend time on the history of Basque country, with a focus on the independent spirit of the Basque people. We discuss the political discord in the region, especially the difficulties with the Basque Separatist Movement. We tie in wine—discussing the importance of the rise of Michelin-starred chefs in the Basque region, the interest of importers like Jorge Ordoñez who imported cases of Txomin Etxaniz to the US in the early 1990s, and how sommeliers and others had growing interest in native grapes Photo: Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao in Basque Country Location: We review where Basque Country is… Northern Basque Country: The French part in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department of France Southern Basque Country/El País Vasco of Spain, Basque Autonomous Community: including Álava, Biscay, and Gipuzkoa Other areas that make Chacolí (I'm spelling it this way because they are Spanish areas) are Cantabria and Burgos   Land and climate: We mention features like the Cantabrian Mountains, vineyards near the coast surrounding Bilbao, and vineyards toward the Ebro Valley and Rioja. Vineyards are terraced and on hillsides, some quite steep. We talk about the wet Atlantic climate of the reigon and its effect on the grapes. Photo: Bodega Doniene Gorrondona Grapes: The main grapes are Hondarrabi Zuri (Courbu blanc and here is the link to the blog we mention), Hondarrabi Zuri Zerratia, Hondarrabi Beltza (a red grape for reds and rosés), Also allowed: Bordeleza Zuria/ Mune Mahatsa (Folle Blanche), Izkiriota Ttipia (Petit Manseng), Izkiriota (Gros Manseng), Petit Corbu, Txori mahatsa (Sauvignon Blanc), Chardonnay, Riesling Here's the article I mention in the show about rosé being a creation for the American market…    Vineyard and winemaking. We discuss the parras – the high pergolas that help keep the airflow through the canopy. We talk about the mainly modern winemaking facilities and methods, but how some of the producers are working with longer lees aging, aging in wood and concrete, and blending. We explore the technique of making the wine under a blanket of nitrogen to ensure spritz in your glass and how it is pour from shoulder height to enhance the fizz in the glass.   Txakolina Vineyard Photo: Josu Goñi Etxabe, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Finally, we discuss the Denominaciones de Origen: Getariako Txakolina or Txakoli de Getaria, (Chacolí de Guetaria -Spanish), is the most important, oldest, and most prolific DO, yet the smallest geographically. The wines are softer and riper, with less bitterness and great acidity. They nearly always have spritz.   Bizkaiko Txakolina or Txakoli de Bizkaia  - (Spanish is Chacolí de Vizcaya), got its DO in 1994. It is mostly small tracts of land around Bilbao, overlooking the Bay of Biscay. These wines are more herbaceous than other regions and can be less fizzy, fuller, rounder and more textured.   Arabako Txakolina or Txakoli de Álava, achieved DO status in 2001, making it the youngest DO. This area is inland, south of Bilbao. In the south of this province, you'll find Rioja Alavesa. The north makes acidic, dry, fruity, low alcohol wines. These wines are often blended -- Hondarrabi Zuri, Gross Manseng, Petit Manseng and Petit Corbu are commonly mixed together.   Producers we mention: Getariako: Txomin Etxaniz: Largest winery in the Getaria region, makes 18% of the region's output Ameztoi Gaintza   Bizkaiko Doniene Gorrondona Bodegas Itsasmendi Photo: Bodegas Itsasmendi Arabako Bat Gara _____________________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week: Thanks to YOU! The podcast supporters on Patreon, who are helping us to make the podcast possible and who we give goodies in return for their help! Check it out today: https://www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople And to sign up for classes, please go to www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes!  Get your copy Wine For Normal People Book today!    Wine Access  Visit: www.wineaccess.com/normal for a special deal on your order! I'm so excited to work with Wine Access and you should definitely try them out. Wine Access is a web site that has exclusive wines that overdeliver for the price (of which they have a range). Wine Access provides extensive tasting notes, stories about the wine and a really cool bottle hanger with pairings, flavor profile, and serving temps. They have REAL brands, REAL people picking the wines, and the deals and service are outstanding. Try their wine club out -- it's one of the best ways to get quality wines you may never have tried!  Check it out today! www.wineaccess.com/normal 

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
Episode 379: Lieutenant Nun (Entry 718.2C1102)

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 52:06


In which a "Basque transvestite" leaves her San Sebastian convent in 1607 to become one of the most dangerous men in South America, and John thinks an Italian pope would be a little naughtier than a Spanish one. Certificate #11658.

Glass In Session ™ Winecast
S7E6: Irouléguy and French Basque Wine Banter

Glass In Session ™ Winecast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 10:56


Season 7 brings us back to where we started at the beginning of this season: Basque country & wine related to the three musketeers. This week it's French Basque country's only AOC: Iroulégy. In a quick trip across the border we discover a small appellation and tie it back to D'Artagnan. Resources from this episode: Books: Basque History of the World [Kindle Edition], Kurlansky, M. (1999) French Wine Scholar Study Manual, 5th Edition, Wine Scholar Guild (2015) Oxford Companion to Wine, 4th Edition, Robinson, J. and Harding, J., (2015) World Atlas of Wine, 7th Edition, Johnson, H. and Robinson, J. (2013) Websites: Cahier des Charges de l'appellation d'origine contrôlée Irouléguy (2015) [downloadable document] http://www.irouleguy.eu/vignobles/le-cahier-des-charges-de-l-appelation-irouleguy.html France Today: Irouléguy Wine (2013) https://www.francetoday.com/food-drink/irouleguy_wine/ French Property: Château d'Artagnan for Sale (2021) https://www.french-property.com/news/french_property_market/chateau_d_artagnan_for_sale Irouléguy: http://www.irouleguy.eu/vignobles/le-cahier-des-charges-de-l-appelation-irouleguy.html Savor the Harvest: Basque-ing in the Sud-Ouest - Wines of Irouléguy #Wineophiles, Gawdy, L. (2017) Vino With Val: French Fringe Wine Fun: Back That Wine Up! Caruso, V. (2015) https://www.glassinsession.com/2016/02/04/french-fringe-wine-fun-back-that-wine-up/   Glass in Session® is a registered trademark of Vino With Val, LLC. Music: “Write Your Story” by Joystock (Jamendo.com cc_Standard License, Jamendo S.A.)

Lunch Therapy
Kishori Rajan's Chaotic Upma with Indian Pickle, Watermelon, and Gummy Black Cats

Lunch Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 66:16


Kishori Rajan is the producer of such shows as HBO's Random Acts of Flyness and Eater's Guide to the World and is currently the vice president of development and production for Tessa Thompson's production company, Viva Maude. In today's episode, Kishori talks about her mother's amazing cooking, how she can't quite master it herself, how she likes to cook for a dinner party, and how she overcomes disaster (like the time she dropped an entire Basque cheesecake on the floor). We also cover producing food television, the qualities of a good producer, whether or not she's a perfectionist, the Supper Club she does with her friends, and the early days of food blogging. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Culinary Rd.
Basque in the Greatness

Culinary Rd.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 62:12


Our friend and colleague Chris Graeff shines a light on a delightful wine from Basque Country known as Txokalina (Chalk-O-Leen-Ah) and tells us why we should all be enjoying some tinned fish. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/culinaryrd/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/culinaryrd/support

The Dan Mason Show
7/6 HR2: What We SHOULD De-fund AND Get Ready for the Annual Basque Fry!

The Dan Mason Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 35:12


RTL vous régale
Côte basque : chipirons, ttoro et piperade au menu

RTL vous régale

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 68:00


Durant chaque émission, RTL vous régale vous présente les incontournables culinaires de la région visitée. Et si vous êtes en vacances sur la côte basque, impossible de passer à côté des chipirons ! Ce sont des petits calamars qui sont pêchés localement. Si vous passez par Saint-Jean-de-Luz, vous pourrez voir le ballet des chalutiers au retour de la pêche. Et dans les restaurants, les cartes vous annonceront du Ttoro : une soupe de poisson à base de merlu, dans laquelle on ajoute quelques moules. Une soupe très goûteuse car mijotée avec les têtes notamment. Et si on devait citer une spécialité culinaire, on pense évidemment à la piperade, Le plat emblématique du pays basque. Une sorte de ratatouille avec de la tomate, de l'oignon, du poivron et du piment. L'équipe de RTL vous régale accueille également Fabien Onteniente, réalisateur et originaire de la région. Ecoutez RTL vous régale avec Jean-Michel Zecca, Jean-Sébastien Petitdemange et Louise Petitrenaud du 05 juillet 2021

Elevator World
Orona Expands, Gives Back During Challenging Year

Elevator World

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 6:44


Welcome to the Elevator World News Podcast. Today's podcast news podcast is sponsored by elevatorbooks.com: www.elevatorbooks.com ORONA EXPANDS, GIVES BACK DURING CHALLENGING YEAR Hernani, Spain-headquartered elevator manufacturer Orona gained employees, financial strength and market presence as it enhanced corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives during a challenging 2020, the company said in a press release detailing its annual members meeting, held virtually on June 18. In 2020, Orona maintained sales of EUR799 million (US$954 million), a figure comparable to the previous year, and employment of 5,471, which was more than the previous year. With the incorporation of one company each in Malta and Portugal, Orona operates in 12 countries. The additions are part of Orona's 2030 plan that includes achieving a turnover of EUR1.2 billion (US$1.43 billion) and employing 7,800. Among notable projects are the Donostia Metro, which will link the Amara District with other districts in San Sebastian, Spain. Orona is providing 14 elevators and 26 escalators for that project. The company also won a 40-elevator contract with the Brussels Metro, in which it has been present since 2010. CSR initiatives included distributing more than 222,000 food rations in collaboration with the Basque government during the worst months of the pandemic and collaborating with an art museum to develop an exercise book for employees inspired by museum sculptures and aimed at stress reduction. Image credit: by Barrutieta + Goikoetxea + delaFuente + Perez To read the full transcript of today's podcast, visit: elevatorworld.com/news Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes │ Google Play | SoundCloud │ Stitcher │ TuneIn

SUSPENSE Radio Drama
Episode 38: 'That Which Has a Name'

SUSPENSE Radio Drama

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 25:38


Boston mobsters learn of a series of tunnels underneath the city that they hope to use for running contraband- but an ancient Basque legend may stand in the way… Written especially for SUSPENSE by John C. Alsedek & Dana Perry-Hayes, it stars Scott Henry, Rocky Cerda, Sean Hackman, Daniel Hackman, Catherine Kamei, Daamen Krall, and Dana Perry-Hayes.

Mo Wine - Wine, Mishaps and More
Not for The Faint of Heart Tannat

Mo Wine - Wine, Mishaps and More

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 14:50


Chandra Savage Hello and welcome to mo wine mishaps, and more. I am your host Chandra Savage. Welcome, welcome, welcome. Tonight is so special because, on June 19, 2020, I debuted this podcast. Can you believe it, we hear it's a year later. We've tasted so many beautiful wines, and tonight is not going to be an exception. Tonight we're going to be having the 2019 Garzon Tannat from Uruguay. It is a dry red wine from the Basque region of Uraguay. But before we get into that have some notes that I will share with you. So, this particular wine has been aged in oak for about 20 months, it is a Tannat Reserva, so there's going to be a lot of oak on there you know that straight off the bat, but it is also a highly tannic wine and tannins are chemical compounds that are found in the fruit and the stems and the seeds of the grapes. And so when they process the wine they keep the stems and seeds intact with skins and that produces the tannins and red wines tend to be highly tannic or more tannic than white wines, so it gives like a bitter taste. But this tonight is the top of tannic wines that I've had, for sure. And a little fun fact for all of you, wines with more tannins have more antioxidants and more resveratrol which preserves your heart health. So, we're being responsible we're drinking responsibly, we're taking care of our health responsibly, and preserving our hearts. That's why I love you all to share all of that information with you. Before we get into the good good. Also, if you're listening to tonight's episode, I want you to take a screenshot for me, and shoot it over to me on Instagram @mowineforu, and let me know like with some of your key takeaways from this evening as we get into the wine, and I also have a very special announcement free at the end so stay with me all the way to the end so you can hear all about the extra fabulosity coming your way. So, let's get into it. This wine. Let me tell you, you have to give this wine so much air. This is a wine that you break out the decanter and you pour the wine into the decanter and leave it for hours and hours, even a day if you had the time, but ain't nobody got time for that. I decanted this wine for about two and a half hours, just to get it rounded out and take off some of the edges because this is a hard wine. This is a heavy hitter, heavy heavy hitter. So I tried to air it out as much as I could. But the show must go on. So let's get into it. The appearance is gorgeous, it's like a dark, It's almost like blackish red, it is so, so deep, deep and dark and mysterious looking. Hmm. So let's get into the nose because the nose, always knows. I'm going to give it a swirl because clearly, we didn't have a day to decant this wine so I'm just going to, I even use the aerator, just so you know. Yeah, we made a lot of time for this puppy. I always loved that part. So it's full of BlackBerry on the nose. There's some leather in there some plum. This and some earthy undertones. Also some herbs in there so there's, there's a lot of stuff going on in this on the nose and low key, very low key. I also smell a little bit of ham on it but that could be just me. It smells divine, so let's taste it. all that this wine, baby. This is for a grown folk show. I don't want any of the young ones coming for tonight because it's not for you. Do you hear me? This one is highly acidic. Highly tannic highly acidic. This is a tough mama JAMA, I'm telling you, but the flavors are beautiful, it's like a jammy plum and Blackberry. So, with the nose picked up the tongue picked up as well. There's also some like licorice in there that I didn't pick up on the nose, which is odd, but the nose is always nose. And so maybe it's just a little bit, but there's definitely some smoking there and some herbs may be like mint, and most of all, there is some chocolate. I love all of those flavors in my wines I gravitate towards wines that have more smoke more leather more plans or herbs. I love it all. I'm here for it. I just don't have time for this baby to air out like this. No one does. So, but it's all good. I love it, you're supposed to save it on a cooler side so about 60 degrees. I tried, I tried Yeah, but the show must go on, like I said, I got this wine from Whole Foods, I got it from Whole Foods for like 1499 excellent price point, alcohol content that's kind of high on this is about 14% Alcohol. But, man, what a beautiful wine to have with a meal. you have to have this wine with food, or a heavy, heavy hardier teas like blue cheese, or maybe like parmesan or ice ago. You've got to you got to break it up, you got to break up this heavy hitter right here. You can also pair it with any type of like barbecue beef stews, lamb, or if you are not a carnivore, you would have to have like a mushroom a hearty mushroom meal, or a mushroom burger. This might be at the top of the big girls. Shout out to the big girl wine lovers out there, you know, I call them really robust, larger-than-life wines, I call them big girls so that's what I mean by shout out to the big girls and this wine is Big Mama right here. This one is definitely on the top, and I love it and I'm so happy I got to share it with you. You know, it's very intense. The flavors are really pronounced the Romans are pronouns. There's just so much plum and chocolate and smoke and leather in there that it's, it's tough, I promise you, it is. But it's super dry so there's no sweetness in it at all. But it is beautiful in the finish. Oh my gosh, the finish is phenomenal. It just wants to stay, and then wants to move in, you know you can tell a lot about a wine about how it finishes when you drink it, and the long finish is normally an indication that it is a good value, high-quality wine, and this data zone, tonight is no exception. It's a beautiful line, and I'm so happy I got to share it with you. Now for a little storytime so confession, my first crush in elementary school. He was from, little guy. And that is the first time I've ever heard of this boy, we were in second grade, third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade, and sixth grade, we were in all our classes together, throughout elementary school, and I had the biggest crush on him. I remember I asked my mom to make the sandwiches and like little hearts, I could give them to him, or you know when you go to school you can buy your friend a rose or buy them some candy. All the money went to this boy. And we even went, we even started junior high school together. And when I didn't see him all summer from when we graduated elementary school to when we got to junior high school. You could tell me that he was not going to be my boyfriend forever. And he gave me my first kiss. So Uruguay is very near and dear to my heart. Even though that gentleman moved away, he actually left after the first year of junior high school and moved back to undergrad so, but I know he's back in the States, we've been in touch over the years, and he has a beautiful family he's a beautiful life, and I'm so glad that we get to speak now and again. So that's just a little fun fact for you guys, little tidbit about me. Anywho, big announcement, big, huge. I'm putting a little something together for you. And I have created a waitlist. I am in the process of developing a community for the MO wine this is, and it's not going to be on Facebook. So if you want to participate. I encourage you to get on the waitlist. You can find the information on the waitlist. I'm on my bio at Instagram, you can go to the link tree and get on the waitlist, you know, last week was a pretty good week for me pretty big week, I released wind buys volume two-sided about that. We're working on a lot of things a lot of fun things for us. So, If you found any value, please leave me a review on your favorite podcast platform rate review, share, tell a friend to tell a friend, and I'm going to see all of you next week. I'm gonna hear from all of you next week because I definitely want to hear about it. And I will be waiting to hear from you. Reach out to me on Instagram at mo wine for you. You can reach me at Twitter @mowineforu on Facebook at mo wine for you. Or you can just come to my website at www.mo-wine.com. And if you are looking for Wine Barz, Volume One and volume two. You can go to www.buymeacoffee.com/mowineforu. And that's it. Ladies and gentlemen, I'll see you next week. Ciao tutti. Transcribed by https://otter.ai

Le French Rugby Podcast
The King of Biarritz is off to Ibiza!

Le French Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 52:38


We're joined by the newly crowned King of Biarritz, Steffon Armitage, as he prepares to catch a flight to Ibiza after slotting over the winning kick at goal in a sudden death penalty shootout against bitter rivals Bayonne to win promotion to the Top 14. We also chat about what that means to both Basque clubs, take a look at the Barrages in the Top 14 and look ahead to the semi-finals... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Trashy Divorces
S10E10: Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap | Truman Capote's La Cote Basque, 1965 & Celebrity Lawyer Marvin Mitchelson

Trashy Divorces

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2021 70:23


Some unexpected issues mean you get a couple of Patreon faves! First up, Alicia has Truman Capote's dirtiest deed: the publication of La Cote Basque, 1965, the short story in which he knifed every single one of his "swans," betraying and humiliating some of the most important figures in his coveted high-society circle. Speaking of cautionary tales, Stacie has the high flying life and times of celebrity divorce lawyer Marvin Mitchelson, who pioneered the concept of palimony and never missed a chance to promote himself in the press. Promo EveryPlate. Get started with $1.99 per meal plus and an additional 20% off for another two weeks by using code trashy199 at Everyplate.com. The Oak Tree Group. Need help getting your financial house in order? This all-female financial planning firm is happy to help. Visit them on the web at theoaktreegroup.net. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Europe 1 - Anne Roumanoff
EXTRAIT - Patxi évoque ses reprises de chansons en basque

Europe 1 - Anne Roumanoff

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 1:21


Dans "Anne Roumanoff, ça fait du bien", Patxi explique comment sont nées ses reprises de chansons en basque et la tonalité qu'il souhaite y mettre. Il a demandé à Louane ou encore Clara Luciani leur autorisation pour reprendre leurs titres à sa façon. 

Le French Rugby Podcast
Drama, Derbies & A Perpignan Party

Le French Rugby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 47:12


Johnnie and Benji are back to reflect on a crazy final day in the Top 14 regular season and one of them might be a bit smug after predicting exactly what order the top six would finish in! We dissect all the late drama, look ahead to a Paris derby in the Barrages and a Basque derby for a place in next season's Top 14 and we catch up with Perpignan's Piula Fa'asalele, fresh from the beach bar, to find out how the party's been going after they were promoted back to the big time at the weekend... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Places I Remember with Lea Lane
Quirkiest Summer Festivals Around the World

Places I Remember with Lea Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 20:04


Lea takes on the world's weirdest, oddest summer festivals around the world.-- In the USA, there's underwater music in Key West,  hat contests in Connecticut, and all things Elvis in Memphis.  In Canada, she remembers participating in a noisy celebration of survival.-- Bayonne, France celebrates Basque culture; and Italians high in the Dolomites swing on hammocks. In Portugal it's the festival of trays, in Austria, body painting, for the Finns it's celebrating beer, and there's baby jumping in Spain. And Romania has a maidens fair for fair maidens.-- Going east, South Korea has a mudfest, and a watergun festival. Kenya celebrates dromedaries. There's a big Mongolian celebration, and a belly-button Festival in Japan. Sri Lanka adorns its elephants.-- Blondes have more fun in Latvia, and other kinds of blondes, Golden Retrievers, compete in Scotland.-- And then there are the throwing, crushing and hauling events -- tomatoes and wine in Spain, grapes in Australia, and girlfriends in Finland!-- Lea ends with a special memory -- of a duct-tape parade in Ohio!_____Podcast host Lea Lane blogs at forbes.com, has traveled to over 100 countries, written nine books, including Places I Remember, and contributed to guidebooks. She's @lealane on Twitter; Travelea on Insta; on  Facebook, it's Places I Remember by Lea Lane. Website: placesirememberlealane.com.  Please follow, rate and review this weekly travel podcast!

Places I Remember with Lea Lane
San Sebastian, Spain: 'Greatest Foodie City in the World'

Places I Remember with Lea Lane

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 24:14


Delightful award-winning guide Eskerne Falcon talks with us from  San Sebastian (also called Donostia) in Northern Spain.  ), near the French border. We discuss the best pintxo bars and take a super tour in this beautiful Basque city and environs, between mountains and the Bay of Biscay.-- Eskerne tells of the city's culture and history, developing from a fishing village early-on to royals favorite, from the 19th century.-- She focuses on the beaches, one mainly for surfing, one with an island -- when there's a full moon "it seems you can walk there." And the mountains, with museums and a vintage amusement park near the top, with panoramic views. -- She takes us on a perfect day: a walk around historic areas, including the 19th-century theatre and the Maria Cristina Hotel. And city hall, which used to be a casino.-- We talk of the San Sebastian Film Festival, and the many international stars who have attended over the years.-- And then we get to food, in this greatest food city per capita in the world, especially. We talk of pintxos (like tapas),  local wine and cider, and the way to pour the cider, and delish local cheesecake.  -- We talk of pintxo bars in the old town, including Anthony Bourdain's favorite. -- And then we talk of the nearby Basque fishing villages along the coast, all the way past the French border, including Biarritz.  -- Bilbao, with the Guggenheim museum, is less than an hour away. And Rioja wine country is also an easy drive nearby.-- As we do on all episodes, Eskerne ends with a favorite memory of her beloved area.______Eskerne Falcon is director of Discover San Sebastion: discoversansebastian, Instagram; Discover San Sebastian, Facebook; www.discoversansebastian.com_____Podcast host Lea Lane has traveled to over 100 countries, written many travel books, including Places I Remember, and has contributed to dozens of guidebooks. She's @lealane on Twitter, Travelea on Instagram, and  blogs about travel at forbes.com  Contact her at placesirememberlealane.com.______Please follow  Places I Remember with Lea Lane wherever you listen to podcasts, and if you enjoy, leave a 5-star a review on Apple! New travel episodes every Tuesday.

Person Place Thing with Randy Cohen

Some scholars toil away their lives, humbly adding their mote to the supply of human knowledge. Then there was Selma Barkham. “She was responsible for finding out something about Newfoundland that nobody had ever known,” says Annie Proulx. A fine writer–The Shipping News, Brokeback Mountain–tells the story of an extraordinary scholar. Presented with the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

Into The Wind
#36 Kévin Escoffier, l'ingénieur passionné devenu marin, toujours droit dans ses bottes

Into The Wind

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 146:54


Il fut d'abord joueur de rugby, déjà attiré par la mer. Mais quand on est malouin, bercé par les départs de Route du Rhum, avec un père - Franck-Yves Escoffier - marin-pêcheur-coureur, on est tôt ou tard rattrapé par la patrouille... A 41 ans, Kevin Escoffier est un cas rare : celui d'un ingénieur passionné, passé des bureaux d'études pointus, où il a participé à la conception de machines hors normes, aux courses au large les plus engagées. Après ses études, il est lancé dans le grand bain par Michel Desjoyeaux qui le recrute chez Mer Agitée, où il participe à la conception du Multi50 de son père - avec qui il gagne la Transat Jacques Vabre 2005 - et du PRB sur plan Farr de Vincent Riou pour le Vendée Globe 2008. Avant de renter, à 26 ans, chez Banque Populaire, pour la construction de Banque Populaire V, le plus grand trimaran de course du monde... Il a beau être passionné, l'envie de naviguer ne cesse de grandir. Avec Pascal Bidégorry, skipper Banque Populaire à l'époque, il gagne sa place à bord et devient un naviguant indispensable, établissant nombre de records, dont le Jules Verne. Quand le Basque, débarqué du team Banque Pop, s'engage auprès de Charles Caudrelier sur Dongfeng dans la Volvo Ocean Race 2014-15, les deux hommes font appel à Kevin Escoffier. Le Malouin s'éclate et reviendra dans l'édition suivante pour gagner avec eux. L'ingénieur fera des allers-retours entre le BE de Banque Populaire et ses engagements en équipage, jusqu'à ce que Vincent Riou l'appelle pour lui succéder chez PRB. Sans jamais avoir participé à la Solitaire du Figaro, il s'aligne au départ du dernier Vendée Globe, le préparant en quelques mois où l'on comprend vite qu'il sera à l'aise après nombre de podiums en 2019 avec Nicolas Lunven. Il est dans le paquet de tête quand son Imoca s'ouvre en deux sous ses pieds, le 30 novembre. On connaît l'histoire : sauvé par Jean Le Cam, avec qui il traverse l'Indien, Kevin Escoffier est rapatrié par la Marine nationale à La Réunion. Rien qui ne le décourage de repartir pour le Vendée Globe 2024, avec le soutien de son sponsor. En attendant, Kevin Escoffier est retourné, une fois de plus, chez Banque Populaire, non plus au bureau d'études, mais comme équipier d'Armel Le Cléac'h sur le nouvel Ultim pour la prochaine Transat Jacques Vabre. Un parcours, dense et original, que le skipper de PRB raconte pendant 2h30 avec passion et franchise, et ce ton toujours clair, précis, direct. Générique : In Closing – Days Past Post-production : Clovis Tisserand

Les Américains
E19. Impatriation : Laurie partage le retour de sa famille et de son business en France

Les Américains

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 45:10


Se réinventer et oser, c'est le défi que s'est donné Laurie, en suivant son conjoint à Houston en 2016. Alors maman d'un petit garçon de 10 mois, et après un bilan de compétences, elle décide de se lancer dans un projet, celui de créer sa propre marque d'espadrilles pour le marché américain. Après 4 années d’expatriation à Houston aux États-Unis, Laurie revient sur la création de son entreprise, Atelier Alienor au savoir faire français et partage avec nous son retour en famille et aussi celui de son business en France dans le pays-Basque. Un départ se prépare certes, mais un retour aussi et c'est ce que Laurie va nous raconter sur cet épisode. Retrouvez Laurie : - Sur Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/atelieralienor - Sur son site internet : https://www.atelieralienor.com/fr Et Les Américains : -Sur instagram : https://www.instagram.com/lesamericainslepodcast - Sur la page Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/lesamericainslepodcast - Sur le blog : https://lesamericainslepodcast.com - Sur Twitter et LinkedIn ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Si vous avez aimé l’épisode, partagez-le autour de vous et donnez votre avis en notant l’épisode sur votre plateforme préférée Apple Podcasts par exemple en cliquant sur ce lien ! https://ratethispodcast.com/lesamericainslepodcast Vous aiderez ainsi le podcast à gagner en visibilité !

SUSPENSE Radio Drama
Episode 38: 'That Which Has a Name'

SUSPENSE Radio Drama

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2021 25:38


Boston mobsters learn of a series of tunnels underneath the city that they hope to use for running contraband- but an ancient Basque legend may stand in the way… Written especially for SUSPENSE by John C. Alsedek & Dana Perry-Hayes, it stars Scott Henry, Rocky Cerda, Sean Hackman, Daniel Hackman, Catherine Kamei, Daamen Krall, and Dana Perry-Hayes.

Radio foot internationale
Radio Foot Internationale - Le Café des sports

Radio foot internationale

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 48:30


Le Café des sports, avec au sommaire: Ligue Europa : pas de Grand chelem pour les Anglais - Emery est toujours l'homme de la C3 ! - 5ème finale pour le Basque qui élimine l'équipe d'un autre Basque, l'Arsenal d'Arteta. Villarreal a souffert, le «Sous-marin jaune» est resté en surface et tient sa revanche, 15 ans après son élimination par les Gunners en ½ finale de C1. - Les Castillans seront opposés à Manchester United, battu à Rome, mais qui a quand même passé 6 buts au 11 de Fonseca. - Casse-tête et calvaire pour Solskjær ! Après le report de la rencontre face à Liverpool, un marathon attend des Mancuniens non encore assurés de finir dauphins des Citizens. - 3 matches en 5 jours, avec Leicester et les Reds comme adversaires ! - Emery, Cavani, Tuchel, les ex du PSG brillent ! - Les affiches du week-end : Manchester City/Chelsea, répétition générale en Premier League avant Istanbul. - La bagarre bat son plein en Liga : Barça/Atlético, des Colchoneros sous pression. - Real/Séville : Lopete gui maintient ses objectifs, mais Zidane doit rebondir après son échec européen. - Les Merengue à l'heure du grand chamboule-tout ? - La Serie A plus indécise que jamais. Juventus/Milan AC, une rencontre qui vaut cher entre rivaux à égalité qui ferraillent pour la Ligue des champions - La rubrique «Un jour, un match», présentée par Cédric De Oliveira, celle des cartons pour terminer. Avec Annie Gasnier : Rémy Ngono, Xavier Barret et Alejandro Valente. Réalisation : Laurent Salerno, préparation : David Fintzel/Pierre Guérin. Coup d'envoi 16h10 T.U. en Facebook Live.

Not Just the Tudors
An Early Modern Teenage Werewolf

Not Just the Tudors

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2021 34:06


The witch-hunts of sixteenth and seventeenth century Europe are well-known. But did you know that some 300 people were convicted of being werewolves? In this revelatory podcast with Dr. Jan Machielsen, Professor Suzannah Lipscomb travels back to 1603 to find out more about the moving case of Jean Grenier, a self-confessed teenage werewolf from the Basque region of France. Who was he? And what were the tragic circumstances that led to his conviction? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Noisy Neighbors Podcast
Basque Sign Language

Noisy Neighbors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2021 60:21


Joey and Mulv are levitating after City win their fourth consecutive League Cup! Of course we look ahead to the big clash with PSG in the Champions League on Wednesday.

The Unexplored Places
Tango Sector 40: Karmic Taxonomy

The Unexplored Places

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 81:21


[ excerpted from “On Basque’s Theory of Remnant Architectonics, Twelve Years Later: A Reflection on the Unified Design of Starlight,” by Ghislaine Menaleia, published in Grounded Imaginings 142, no. 3, 87-106 ] …  because, in truth, it was not the rootedness of the artifacts which appealed to Basque’s theory, but the upwards momentum, the reaching gesture of the Remnant he found, the gesture towards the horizon—and, thus, towards the horizon of possibility. It was not the Remnant, nor its specific placement in the ground, its precise location in the sand, nor the reflective surface of the water nearby, that allowed the echo of starlight that defined Basque’s rigorous mathematical formula predicting the way the light would shine from its surface, it was the surface itself, that peculiar Remnant allow, designed for that exact reaction, that perfect dance of starlight across its surface. A Theory of Remnant Architectonics, then, is not a theory of patterns, or of pattern-making, but, at its heart, a perfect combination of materialism (the exact metallurgic components that make up the Remnant’s skin) and the shape of starlight itself (what, Miyaki has put forth in her argument, we might call a unified design of starlight, which she convincingly asserts is the reason for the density of Remnant artifacts under some conditions but not others). If we, for the sake of argument, take Miyaki’s hypothesis to be factually correct, then one could map and, potentially, accurately predict, the placement of Remnant artifacts using a star chart and noting the places where starlight converges. If this is the case, we too could do the opposite—to date the placement of these artifacts based on their gestures and their reactions in starlight by mapping the points at which starlight would have converged to cause a reaction similar—or identical—to that which Basque’s narrator observes …    This week, on Tango Sector: Despite some unexpected interference, the crew of Pelagian continues their plan to break into the classified Blackford & Desai facility, and find themselves in a precarious position. Cash plays along. Flux cuts in. Melas makes a sweet move. Liam has a disarming effect on the opposition. Kala’ax comes face to face with an equal. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/unexploredcast Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/unexploredcast Art by Julianne Stone: https://twitter.com/Juli_Aria Music by Andrew: https://andrewperricone.bandcamp.com/

Lanterne Rouge Cycling Podcast
Itzulia Basque Country Stage 2 Recap

Lanterne Rouge Cycling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 27:06


Lanterne and Benji recap stage two of Itzulia Basque Country, a classic Basque stage, raining, steep, technical descents and Movistar and Astana-Premier Tech out for blood. Show Partner | https://lecol.cc Introducing Drops Le Col | https://lecol.cc/pages/introducing-drops-x-le-col If you enjoy the LRCP, and you want to support us by leaving a tip, feel free to do so here: https://ko-fi.com/lanternerougecyclingpodcast

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson

Jimbo is joined by Rafa Honigstein, Julien Laurens and Alvaro Romeo to look ahead to some mouth-watering Champions League quarter-finals. Liverpool travel to Madrid to face a Ramos-less Real. Will the Reds go with 4 up front? Man City host Dortmund, who lose a massive game against Eintracht Frankfurt in the race for the top 4. The Haaland camp have been meeting Barcelona and Real Madrid. Can anyone afford him this summer? And will missing out on Champions League football see Sancho leave Dortmund in this next transfer window? Pochettino is feeling the pressure as PSG lose to leaders Lille in France. Next up, it’s Bayern Munich in a rematch of last year’s final. Will Verratti be a bigger absentee than Lewandowski?  Also on Wednesday, Juventus play Napoli in Serie A, a game with plenty of previous, with major implications for the top 4.  And Real Sociedad win the first ever Basque Copa Del Rey final, with their manager in particular enjoying it. But there’s another regrettable racism row involving Valencia and Cadiz in La Liga. RUNNING ORDER:    • PART 1a: Moment of the weekend (02m 30s) • PART 1b: Real Madrid v Liverpool preview (06m 40s)  • PART 1c: Man City v Dortmund preview (13m 40s) • PART 2: Real Sociedad win the Basque cup final (23m 00s) • PART 3: Bayern v PSG preview (29m 00s) • PART 4: Serie A, Europa League & your questions (41m 43s)    SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC FOR £4 A MONTH: • theathletic.com/totally   GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow   PARISH NOTICES: • we’re sponsored by Paddy Power - home of the Money Back Special   READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Spanish Football Podcast
The Spanish Football Podcast: Basque Derby Best Bits

The Spanish Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 17:12


We thought we'd get you in the mood for Saturday's all-Basque Copa del Rey final, Athletic Club v Real Sociedad, with some clips from our TSFP Presents conversations about Basque football. First you'll hear us talking about the Basque Country and its influence on La Liga, then the spell in the 1980s when Athletic and La Real dominated the league, and finally we discuss a title-deciding derby from 1984. For the full episodes and access to our entire archive, as well as new, near-daily Spanish football content, join us at patreon.com/tsfp!