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It’s Just A Show
102. Pinteresque. [MST3K 522. Teen-age Crime Wave.]

It’s Just A Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 56:29


Teen-age Crime Wave gets Chris and Adam to talk about strong perfume, claustrophobic films, Tommy Cook trivia, bad kids, and (you guessed it) Donald Pleasence.Show Notes.Teen-age Crime Wave: IMDB. MST3K Wiki. Trailer.The end credits from the NES Castlevania game.The Megaphonic hosts played The Donald Pleasence Game.Our previous Donald Pleasence Day episodes.1984 (not 1984) vs. 1984.Kliph Nesteroff, comedy historian.Our episodes on Kitten with a Whip, Girls Town, and Manos.We discuss Ed Wood's Jail Bait in our episode on The Violent Years.Our episode on Revenge of the Creature.The Brain from Planet ArousTommy Cook.Tommy Cook interviewed in an upcoming RetroFan magazine.Selena Roberts: A Necessary Spectacle: Billie Jean King, Bobby Riggs, and the Tennis Match that Leveled the Game.We talk about Leslie Nielsen in our episode on City on Fire.The Great Escape.The Great Escape II.The Great Escape: The Video Game.The Donald Pleasence war story occurs in our episode on The Pumaman.Bonus.Support It's Just A Show on Patreon and you can hear a bonus bit about other beloved/annoying ads.

Misty and Ike Ruin the Internet
Battle of the Sexes • Episode 301 • Misty and Ike

Misty and Ike Ruin the Internet

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 16:15


Battle of the Sexes • Episode 301 • Misty and IkeThe Battle of The Sexes has been happening for hundreds if not thousands of years but did you know that there was once an actual tennis match named that?  Bobby Riggs was an incredibly chauvinistic older male tennis champ and Billy Jean King was an equally heralded female player.  She challenged him to a match to end all matches!How did it end up?  Come find out!And while you are at it- leave us a review or a rating on whatever platform you are listening on!How much does a hot air balloon cost?   What happens when you get abducted by an alien?   Who died on the set of The Wizard of Oz?   Frasier VS Seinfeld, Old School VS Stepbrothers, Chris Farley VS John Candy?   What happens in a city after the Olympics are over?  Misty Roberts and Isaac Heckert are gonna talk about cool sh*t for 15 minutes everyday and have fun doing it.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/MistyandIke)

The Writer's Almanac
The Writer's Almanac - Monday, September 20, 2021

The Writer's Almanac

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 5:00


On this day in 1973 Billie Jean King defeated Bobby Riggs in a tennis match that was billed as the “Battle of the Sexes.”

1049 Park Avenue: An Odd Couple Podcast
"The Pig Who Came To Dinner"

1049 Park Avenue: An Odd Couple Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 63:50


Oscar loses “everything”, including Felix, to hustler Bobby Riggs in “The Pig Who Came To Dinner.” We discuss the historical significance of this episode because of its timing just weeks after the “Battle Of The Sexes” Primetime tennis match, the fact Ted thinks Billie Jean King is a horrible actress while both Ted and Garrett agree Bobby Riggs is good, Ted being confused by the exact nature of the temperature bet, Riggs' prowess at all the events show in the episode, and the lack of clues to the passage of time in the ping pong scene.   Here is the ad we refer to at the end of the episode.

Fresh Air
Best Of: Billie Jean King / Kenan Thompson

Fresh Air

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2021 50:00


Tennis legend Billie Jean King is known for winning a record 20 Wimbledon titles and defeating Bobby Riggs in the 1973 "Battle of the Sexes." But she's also remembered for taking on the tennis establishment and fighting for recognition and pay for women players, a high-risk undertaking that opened doors for generations of women that followed. Her new book is 'All In: An Autobiography.'TV critic David Bianculli reviews 'Nine Perfect Strangers' on Hulu. Kenan Thompson joined the 'SNL' cast in 2003, making him the longest-running cast member on the show. We'll talk about his sitcom 'Kenan' and some of his more memorable 'SNL' sketches.

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: Billie Jean King and Michael Holley - Hour 3 (08-20-21)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 56:14


Rich and Chris Brockman debate if LeBron James has a right be upset by not receiving a single vote as the NBA's best player in ESPN's recent offseason survey of scouts and executives. Tennis Hall of Famer Billie Jean King and Rich discuss her new “All In” autobiography and reveals what sportscasting legend Howard Cosell said during her groundbreaking ‘Battle of the Sexes” match vs Bobby Riggs that shocked and disappointed her, and why, though she empathizes with Naomi Osaka, dealing with the media is “part of the deal” when you're a professional athlete. Rich raps up the hour chatting with ‘Brother from Another' co-host Michael Holley about LeBron's snub, and James Harden's not-so-humble brag about the Brooklyn Nets. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Fresh Air
Tennis Legend Billie Jean King

Fresh Air

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 45:06


King is known for winning a record 20 Wimbledon titles and defeating Bobby Riggs in the 1973 "Battle of the Sexes." But she's also remembered for taking on the tennis establishment and fighting for recognition and pay for women players, a high-risk undertaking that opened doors for generations of women that followed. In a new memoir, King describes her battles for equity and inclusion in the game, becoming an activist for women's and LGBTQ rights, and some difficult moments in personal life, including having a closeted lesbian relationship outed in a lawsuit. Her new book is 'All In: An Autobiography.'Also, TV critic David Bianculli reviews a new film about Broadway, from 1959 through the '80s.

Fresh Air
Tennis Legend Billie Jean King

Fresh Air

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 45:03


King is known for winning a record 20 Wimbledon titles and defeating Bobby Riggs in the 1973 "Battle of the Sexes." But she's also remembered for taking on the tennis establishment and fighting for recognition and pay for women players, a high-risk undertaking that opened doors for generations of women that followed. In a new memoir, King describes her battles for equity and inclusion in the game, becoming an activist for women's and LGBTQ rights, and some difficult moments in personal life, including having a closeted lesbian relationship outed in a lawsuit. Her new book is 'All In: An Autobiography.'Also, TV critic David Bianculli reviews a new film about Broadway, from 1959 through the '80s.

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
All In: Billie Jean King

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 67:24


Sarah talks to tennis legend Billie Jean King about her lifelong fight for equal rights, the epiphany she had when she was 12, how she struggled with her sexuality, the famous Battle of the Sexes against Bobby Riggs, and why she wants to be friends with Snoop Dogg.

Around the Horn
All In: Billie Jean King

Around the Horn

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 67:24


Sarah talks to tennis legend about her lifelong fight for equal rights, the epiphany she had when she was 12, how she struggled with her sexuality, the famous Battle of the Sexes against Bobby Riggs, and why she wants to be friends with Snoop Dogg.

This Had Oscar Buzz
154 – Battle of the Sexes

This Had Oscar Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 119:08


One year after winning Best Actress for La La Land, Emma Stone returned with an even better performance but faced even tougher competition. In Battle of the Sexes, the recent winner starred as Billie Jean King as she faced off Bobby Riggs (played by Steve Carell) in the famed titular tennis match. Directed by Little … Continue reading "154 – Battle of the Sexes"

Behind the Song
Behind The Song: Elton John "Philadelphia Freedom"

Behind the Song

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 17:38


In this episode of Behind The Song, Janda takes a closer look at the lyrics and surprising history of "Philadelphia Freedom" by Elton John and Bernie Taupin. Written in 1975 as a tribute to John's friend, tennis legend and fellow equality icon Billie Jean King, this funky hit song plugged into the spirit of America when it was released before the Bicentennial. Watch the video episode on the Behind The Song Youtube channel: https://bit.ly/2DBF4wJ

In Depth With Graham Bensinger
Billie Jean King: Tennis icon & social justice pioneer

In Depth With Graham Bensinger

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 26:44


Graham Bensinger sits down with tennis legend and champion for gender equality, Billie Jean King. She reflects on career highlights, including the famed Battle of the Sexes match against Bobby Riggs, her decision to help form the first women's league and her vision for World TeamTennis (WTT). King also discusses her beginnings in the sport and the tense press conference when she first publicly admitted she is gay.Watch all of Graham's video interviews at YouTube.com/Grahambensinger. Follow Graham on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @GrahamBensinger. Find TV times for the weekly show at GrahamBensinger.com.

Sports As A Weapon Podcast
14| Texas & The Sports Revolution of the 1960s & 70s w/ Historian of Sport & Society, Dr. Frank A. Guridy

Sports As A Weapon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2021 65:12


I am joined this week on the podcast by Dr. Frank Andre Guridy, historian of sport and society at Columbia University.  Frank is also the author of the new book, The Sports Revolution: How Texas Changed the Culture of American Athletics.Frank provides a  well-researched and historical analysis of how Texas revolutionized sports in the U.S. during the civil rights era. For example, the University of Houston and Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas embraced the end of Jim Crow by integrating their football and basketball teams; while powerhouse football programs such as the University of Texas and Texas A&M were slow to integrate their programs. Frank also explained the importance of the Houston Astrodome in not only Texas but in the US during the 1960s and 70s; The "Eighth Wonder of the World" hosted legendary sporting events that revolutionized the culture of American athletics, such as the "Battle of the Sexes" tennis match between Billy Jean King and Bobby Riggs, at the height of the second-wave feminist movement. Frank also talks to me about the connection between the San Antonio Spurs and the working-class Tejano/Mexican community of South Texas, plus much more. I also award this episode's Molotov MVP to former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader and Xicana Tina Jimenez. In the summer of 1978, Jimenez and other ex-Cowboys cheerleaders started their own professional cheerleader organization known as the Dallas Cowgirls, Inc., to seek better opportunities and pay for their labor. To end the podcast, I introduce a new segment, "Xicano Sports History." As always, you can listen, subscribe, and download the podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Deezer...and now on Amazon Music, iHeart Radio, Stitcher, and Pandora!Follow us on:Facebook: fb.com/SportsasaweaponpodcastIG: @SportsAsAWeaponPodcastTwitter: @sportsasaweaponYouTube: Sports As a Weapon Podcast

Blaisin' History Podcast
E11 Blaisin' Access 11 Billie Jean King, Tennis, Feminism, History, Battle of the Sexes, Bobby Riggs, Howard Cosell

Blaisin' History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2021 28:50


Blaise wrapped up his celebration of March being Women's History month by taking us back to the Billie Jean King Battle of the Sexes Tennis match from 1973. Hear the last few minutes of history, along with King talking about the match against Bobby Riggs. What do you think? Subscribe wherever you listen to shows. Notes go here Support Blaisin' History Podcast by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/blaisin-history-podcast

Balls on Film: A Sports Movie Podcast
Battle Of The Sexes | A Sports Movie Review

Balls on Film: A Sports Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 73:20


Billie Jean King leads a group of women that are fighting for equal pay in tennis, all while she juggles with her own sexuality.   Battle Of The Sexes looks at the most-watched tennis match in history, as King takes on male chauvinist Bobby Riggs in a game that had a massive impact on the sport. While some terrific performances prop this film up, there’s dissension amongst The BOF Boys when it comes to the delivery of the film’s central message.   When it comes to the depiction of tennis, Battle Of The Sexes knocks it out of the park. From camera positioning to the use of real commentary, this film may well be considered one of the best we’ve covered.   But, we're getting ahead of ourselves. Listen to this episode of Balls On Film to find out what The BOF Boys think of Battle Of The Sexes.   Subscribe to Balls on Film and never miss an episode RSS feed: https://feed.podbean.com/ballsonfilm/feed.xml Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/balls-on-film-a-sports-movie-podcast/id1507617262 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3kbFuLRfB5DHg1OYkig0na Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/balls-on-film-a-sports-movie-podcast TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports--Recreation-Podcasts/Balls-on-Film-A-Sports-Movie-Podcast-p1314857/

Time Out with DG
Remembering the "Battle of the Sexes"

Time Out with DG

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 44:38


A look back at one of the most famous tennis matches of all time...and it happened right here in Houston. The "Battle of the Sexes" match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs. Daniel talks with longtime sportswriter Dale Robertson and with two ball girls that were on the court...their memories of the circus very different.

Underrated
Battle of the Sexes

Underrated

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 33:05


Based on the legendary 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs was directed by Valarie Faris and Jonathan Dayton. Despite accolades the film was a massive disappointment at the box office. Follow us! Instagram: @undercastcompany, Twitter: @undercastco, Facebook: Undercast Company. Email us at undercastcompany@gmail.com. And support us on Patreon!

Place to Be Nation POP
It Was a Thing on TV Tripleheader: Episodes 124 & 125 + Live Show 4: The Ropers/Jeopardy!'s Other Versions/Nick's Coverage of the NFL Wild Card

Place to Be Nation POP

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2021 219:18


This week get your plunger and fire the slime cannons because you now have control of the board on It Was a Thing on TV!   First, when the worst shows of all-time are mentioned, The Ropers makes that list with frequency.  Is it justified?  We state our cases that it was an average show and that there are many shows worse, and we have covered a lot of them.   Next, Everybody knows about the current version of Jeopardy! and some remember the original version.  We're not talking about those shows.  We talk about the nighttime version from 1974-5 and, to a great extent, the 1978-9 NBC version Also in this episode... The 1977 CBS Jeopardy! pilot, Password Plus' frequently changing time slot and Arte Johnson meets Bobby Riggs.   Finally, When we found out Nickelodeon was simulcasting the NFL Wild Card game between the Saints and the Bears, we knew this had future entry written all over it. And the broadcast was everything we hoped it would be. Join us in a live watch of the second half as we see how many Nickelodeon shows Nate Burleson can punch on your bingo card.   Follow us on our social feeds over @ItWasAThingOnTV and if you have any show feedback send us an e-mail over at contact@itwasathingontv.com

It was a Thing on TV:  An Anthology on Forgotten Television
Episode 125--Jeopardy, not the original run nor the current version

It was a Thing on TV: An Anthology on Forgotten Television

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2021 56:28


Everybody knows about the current version of Jeopardy! and some remember the original version.  We're not talking about those shows.  We talk about the nighttime version from 1974-5 and, to a great extent, the 1978-9 NBC version. Also in this episode...*  The 1977 CBS Jeopardy! pilot*  Password Plus' frequently changing time slot*  Arte Johnson meets Bobby Riggs

The Golden Age of Baseball with Eddie Robinson
Ep. 6 — Ping Pong with Bobby Riggs

The Golden Age of Baseball with Eddie Robinson

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2020 22:21


In this episode, Eddie shares about the birth of his daughter and playing ping pong with Bobby Riggs.

Aujourd'hui l'histoire
Billie Jean King, championne du tennis et de l’égalité

Aujourd'hui l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2020 23:00


Détentrice de 129 titres, dont 12 au grand chelem en simple, elle a également réussi à faire baisser l’écart salarial entre hommes et femmes au tennis, notamment grâce à la Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), qu’elle a fondée. Marie-Josée Turcotte, journaliste sportive, raconte à Jacques Beauchamp que c’est au nom de toutes les femmes que Billie Jean King a choisi d’affronter Bobby Riggs lors de la célèbre « bataille des sexes » en 1973.

Incredible Feats
A Throwdown In King's Court

Incredible Feats

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2020 6:27


Pigs, lollipops, and very high stakes: When tennis players Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs faced off in a so-called “battle of the sexes,” they spared no effort — in skill or in spectacle.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

SportsRage Late Night
11/13 Hour 2: Bobby Riggs and Sports Movies, Cashing In on Punts

SportsRage Late Night

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2020 47:11


Gabe Morency on SportsRage continued his talk on the NFL and gives his thoughts on some classic sports movies. He also shares his thoughts on Battle of the Sexes and the story of Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs. Gabe also lets listeners in on a secret on the punt props in the NFL. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

History by Hollywood
Episode 81: Battle of the Sexes

History by Hollywood

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2020


In 1973, former men’s tennis No1 Bobby Riggs challenged women’s champion Billy Jean King to a $100k exhibition match. Riggs, an unapologetic chauvinist, gambler and hustler was 55 years old but still confident he could beat the best of the current female players. This week’s movie looks at the depiction of the lead-up and the match itself in this 2017 movie, starring Emily Stone as Billy Jean King and Steve Carrel as Bobby Riggs. Join us as we examine how accurate this portrayal proves to be. Note: There are no clips this week due to the lack of available material which works in an audio format. Except right at the very end, featuring a comment by the real Billy Jean King

Bleav: The Good, The Bad & The TV
1973: That Time When a Prime-Time Tennis Match Created an Historical Racket

Bleav: The Good, The Bad & The TV

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2020 20:09


At the height of a revolution called women's liberation in 1973, a man and a woman met on the tennis court and made TV and social history.

The Richie Baloney Show!
THE BATTLE OF THE SEXES WAS NOT A WIN FOR FEMINISM

The Richie Baloney Show!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2020 6:48


A 55 year old Bobby Riggs played against a 29 year old Billie Jean King in the 1973 'Battle of the Sexes'. For some reason this is still hailed as a triumph for feminism and the feminist movement. Why? Bobby Riggs was a 55 year old former tennis player, well past his prime. And besides, a few months earlier he'd trounced Margaret Court, the then #1 women's player in the world.#battleofthesexes #billiejeanking #bobbyriggshttps://msmagazine.com/2020/09/20/feminist-history-september-20/

This Day in History Class
Battle of the Sexes / First Cannes Film Festival - September 20

This Day in History Class

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2020 13:00


The Battle of the Sexes tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs took place on this day in 1973. / The inaugural Cannes Film Festival opened in France on this day in 1946. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

LISTEN: This Day In History
September 20 This Day in History

LISTEN: This Day In History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2020 4:20


Today in History: Billie Jean King defeats Bobby Riggs in the 'Battle of the Sexes.' Martin Luther King Jr. wounded during book signing. Bay City Rollers make their U.S. debut on 'Saturday Night Live.'   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

HistoryPod
20th September 1973: Billie Jean King defeats Bobby Riggs in the ‘Battle of the Sexes’ tennis match

HistoryPod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2020


Female tennis player Billie Jean King beat Bobby Riggs, a former World No. 1 men’s player, in the ‘Battle of the ...

Houston Sports Talk
Ep. 460: Looking back at the "Battle of the Sexes" in the Astrodome (Throwback Thursday)

Houston Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2020 25:17


With the 47th anniversary this week of the 'Battle of the Sexes', Host Robert Land looks back at the unforgettable Astrodome event with former Houston Chronicle and Post reporter Dale Robertson, who covered the historic tennis match between Billie Jean King & Bobby Riggs. Robertson interviewed King the day after the match and developed a professional relationship with her over the years. He lets us in on a few things not in the recent movie adaptation & gives his opinion on Riggs possibly throwing the match. Plus, Robert asks Dale who he deems as the best male and female tennis player of all-time. Subscribe to us on Spotify, Apple, the Google podcast app or the Stitcher app. Email Info@HoustonSportsTalk.net for questions, suggestions or comments. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @HSTPodcast

Francoinformador
Jueves de solo buenas noticias!

Francoinformador

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2020 8:54


DURA 70 DÍAS. La propagación del coronavirus disminuye a casi cero después de 70 días, sin importar dónde golpee, y sin importar las medidas que impongan los gobiernos para tratar de contenerlo. Esa es la principal reflexión del estudio elaborado por el científico militar Isaac Ben-Israel, quien actualmente se desempeña como presidente de la Agencia Espacial Israelí y del Consejo Nacional de Investigación y Desarrollo. El estudio fue publicado el 16 de abril y examina el desarrollo de la enfermedad (COVID-19) durante las primeras ocho semanas en Israel. Pero al mismo tiempo hace paralelismos con otros países o ciudades, ya que, según el profesor, el análisis muestra que el patrón es el mismo en todos los casos. MEGANOTICIAS VACUNAS EN PRUEBA. Alemania autorizó los primeros ensayos clínicos de una vacuna contra el nuevo coronavirus, indicó este miércoles el órgano regulador del país, que aprobó tests en voluntarios de una vacuna desarrollada por la firma germana Biontech y el gigante estadounidense Pfizer. Se trata “tan solo del cuarto ensayo en el hombre” a nivel mundial de una vacuna contra la covid-19, precisa la autoridad reguladora. Un laboratorio del Imperial College de Londres planea comenzar experimentos en humanos dentro de unas seis semanas y seguirá los pasos de un proyecto de la Universidad de  Oxford que comenzará a realizar ensayos a partir de hoy jueves 23 de abril.  DW STICKERS DE WHATSAPP. Este martes WhatsApp y la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS) presentaron un nuevo paquete de stickers llamado «Juntos en casa», que tiene el objetivo de expresar momentos y emociones por los que el mundo está pasando actualmente por la pandemia del covid-19 A través de un comunicado, ambas organizaciones señalaron que los stickers están disponibles en 10 idiomas: árabe, alemán, español, francés, indonesio, inglés, italiano, portugués, ruso y turco. El idioma se determinará automáticamente según el código del país del número de teléfono. TRECE BITS PLAYLISTS DE PODCASTS. A través de un comunicado, la plataforma de streaming de audio, Spotify, acaba de anunciar su nueva propuesta de contenido: playlists de podcasts. Este proyecto solo se presentará, por ahora, en seis países del mundo, incluyendo México. La idea es que se le pueda dar a los usuarios una colección de proyectos que vale la pena revisar semana con semana. Todas estas selecciones serían realizadas por un equipo de especialistas locales.Entre las playlists de podcasts que presentó Spotify, está una lista de los mejores programas de la semana, que se actualizará cada siete días. También habrá colecciones de contenidos en temas como crímenes e historias de terror, episodios educativos, así como proyectos para los que apenas se adentran a este mundo. Asimismo, se ofrecerán selecciones de sobre salud y meditación, comedia, amor y relaciones, proyectos de menos de 20 minutos o para padres. THE VERGE BALE SOLIDARIO. La estrella galesa del Real Madrid Gareth Bale anunció la donación de medio millón de libras (unos 570.000 euros) al hospital en el que nació para ayudar en la lucha contra le nuevo coronavirus. Bale, de 30 años y con cuatro títulos de la Liga de Campeones con el equipo blanco, realizó este anuncio en un video publicado por la cuenta Twitter de la autoridad sanitaria de Gales, la Cardiff and Vale Health Board. INFOBAE TORTUGAS ANIDAN EN LA INDIA. Gracias al aislamiento que se ha producido para evitar más contagios del coronavirus COVID - 19, algunos animales han aprovechado para caminar por las calles, nadar donde no lo hacían antes o regresar a ciertas áreas. Un ejemplo de esto es la llegada masiva de miles de tortugas marinas a playas vacías en la India, según informes de los medios locales y las redes sociales. La ausencia de estas tortugas se observó en 2002, 2007, 2016 y el año pasado también, pero esta primavera fue la primera en siete años que la anidación masiva de la especie tuvo lugar a plena luz del día. Sin turistas en las playas, la interferencia humana en el sitio de anidación disminuyó y los expertos y las autoridades estiman que las tortugas pusieron alrededor de 60 millones de huevos en las arenas de estas playas indias. TELEFE ZOOM CON CABRAS Y LLAMAS. Si tus llamadas de Zoom son un poco monótonas, podés considerar agregar un animal de granja. La Sweet Farm está ofreciendo esta opción llamada Zoom "Goat 2 Meeting" lo que significa que podés pasar tiempo con algunas cabras o llamas. El costo promedio es de 65 usd y el cobro permite ofrecer visitas gratuitas para las clases de las escuelas públicas. MPR NEWS FEDERER PIDE IGUALDAD PARA LAS MUJERES. El astro suizo Roger Federer propuso fusionar las asociaciones masculina y femenina. La idea del tenista de 38 años parece apuntar en realidad al antiguo reclamo de las damas de una equiparación económica con los varones en materia de premios.  Su mensaje en la red social Twitter cosechó en poco tiempo el respaldo de muchos de sus colegas, incluido el español Rafael Nadal, número dos del escalafón. La idea acaparó elogios y apoyo también en la rama femenina, comenzando por su compatriota y varias veces companera en cancha Belinda Bencic, pero también de la rumana Simona Halep y de la hispano-venezolana Garbiñe Muguruza. Quien aplaudió la iniciativa fue la estadounidense Billie-Jean King, ex número uno del ranking WTA que protagonizó en septiembre de 1973 un partido en el que derrotó a Bobby Riggs que pasaría a la historia como la "Batalla de los sexos". MARCA ITALIA QUIERE VOLVER AL FÚTBOL. El deporte italiano se apresta para una reanudación gradual y segura de las actividades en medio de la pandemia de Covid-19. Recibió un guiño en ese sentido del ministro a cargo del área, Vincenzo Spadafora. La fecha tentativa sería el 4 de mayo, un día después de vencido el plazo que prohíbe las actividades deportivas en virtud de la emergencia sanitaria vigente en este, uno de los países más golpeados por la pandemia. INFOBAE ISLAS FELICES. El fútbol vuelve en Islas Feroe el 9 de mayo tomando ciertos recaudos frente al Covid-19 que provocó apenas 185 casos, pero ninguna muerte en este país, según la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS). Bautizadas como las "islas felices" hacen honor al apodo no sólo porque no padecen los estragos que la pandemia provoca en otros rincones del planeta, sino porque podrán disfrutar del deporte más popular, una excepción a la regla que rige para el resto. ECUAVISA PLAYON FEST DE WARNER. Warner Music Group reveló el eslogan ‘La música no está cancelada’ para anunciar el PlayOn Fest. El evento virtual tendrá lugar por tres días, desde el 24 hasta el 26 de abril a través del canal de Youtube, SongKick. En conjunto con el WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity, el festival tendrá footage nunca antes visto de las bóvedas de Warner. LL Cool J será el primero en aparecer el 24 de abril. Las presentaciones incluirán momentos no revelados al público por internet de Cardi B en el Global Citizen del 2018, Coldplay en São Paulo en 2017, Green Day en los MTV World Stage de Sevilla en 2019 y más. Otros artistas que estarán incluidos en el PlayOn serán: Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran, Slipknot, Twenty One Pilots, Paramore y más. BILLBOARD  

PTI
Was the "Battle of the Sexes" a Racket?

PTI

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2020 31:11


The "Battle of the Sexes" tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs is one of the most iconic moments in American sports history. Set against the backdrop of the women's liberation movement, King's 1973 victory over Riggs transcended sports. But a news tip from an unexpected source, 40 years later, sent ESPN's Don Van Natta Jr. down a path that led him to investigate whether the match was rigged. Van Natta details his reporting on the lead-up to The Battle of the Sexes, and how Riggs' own agenda may have impacted the historic outcome.

ESPN Daily
Was the "Battle of the Sexes" a Racket?

ESPN Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2020 31:11


The "Battle of the Sexes" tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs is one of the most iconic moments in American sports history. Set against the backdrop of the women's liberation movement, King's 1973 victory over Riggs transcended sports. But a news tip from an unexpected source, 40 years later, sent ESPN's Don Van Natta Jr. down a path that led him to investigate whether the match was rigged. Van Natta details his reporting on the lead-up to The Battle of the Sexes, and how Riggs' own agenda may have impacted the historic outcome.

ESPN Podcasts
Was the "Battle of the Sexes" a Racket?

ESPN Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2020 31:11


The "Battle of the Sexes" tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs is one of the most iconic moments in American sports history. Set against the backdrop of the women's liberation movement, King's 1973 victory over Riggs transcended sports. But a news tip from an unexpected source, 40 years later, sent ESPN's Don Van Natta Jr. down a path that led him to investigate whether the match was rigged. Van Natta details his reporting on the lead-up to The Battle of the Sexes, and how Riggs' own agenda may have impacted the historic outcome.

Fierce Females of History
Billie Jean King: Tennis Great

Fierce Females of History

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2020 22:56


It’s our first episode and boy, do we have an awesome woman to talk about. Resident Emma Stone lookalike Erin Ramsay takes us through the story of Billie Jean King, the formidable tennis player, LGBTQIA+ rights’ activist and feminist. Things we learnt: people used to think she grunted too loudly, she’s best friends with Elton John, and she was the first woman featured in Sports Illustrated.Wild. Get into it. About this podcast: Fierce Females of History is a dive into the stories of awesome women through history you should know about. A quick disclaimer: we’re journalists, not historians, but we do love our history. Tune in every week as one of our three hosts shares the story of one woman. Hosts: Talissa Bazaz (@talissabazaz)Erin Ramsay (@erin_ramsay)Lucy Dean (@lucyintheskywithcarbon)Follow us: Instagram: @fiercefemalespodcastFacebook: fiercefemalesofhistoryGet in touch:Want to discuss history, wine, the Hulk’s penis or geese? Drop us a line here: fiercefemalesofhistory@gmail.comWant to know more about Billie Jean King? We don’t blame you. Here’s where Erin got her information. https://www.billiejeanking.com/https://www.britannica.com/biography/Billie-Jean-Kinghttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billie_Jean_KingBattle of the Sexes movie:Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3NCf0GUwFo&vl=enWebsite: https://www.searchlightpictures.com/battleofthesexes/Bobby Riggs on 60 Minutes:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxHrO8pwSww&t=190sBobby Riggs comments about women:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oL66ipM9UE&t=127sTheme song: Get Lo - LynneMusichttps://www.neosounds.com/songs/15504 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Best Enemies
05. The Battle of the Sexes

Best Enemies

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2020 38:05


In this week's episode, Andrew tells Kayley about the groundbreaking 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs. Other topics include airplane etiquette, Las Vegas, and where girls masturbate.Intro/Outro music provided by Ribbons @RealRibbons on twitterFollow the pod across platforms:@BestEnemiesPodEmail us at: BestEnemiesPod@gmail.comFollow your hosts: @AndrewHilaryusand @KayleyAnn13

The Best Ever You Show
Sally Huss - Author and Illustrator

The Best Ever You Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2020 50:00


Sally Huss has been an artist and writer all of her life. She attended Occidental College for three years before graduating from the University of Southern California with a degree in Fine Art. At the same time Sally was developing her artistic skills, she was developing her tennis skills, becoming a Wimbledon and US National Junior Champion, and eventually a Wimbledon semi-finalist in the Women's Division in both singles and doubles. It was on a tennis court in Beverly Hills that Sally met her match – Marv Huss. The two were married in Aspen, Colorado in 1976. Marv, a fine tennis player himself, had been the Director of National Advertising and Promotion for Hallmark Cards, and had created the original Hallmark card shops. The two combined their talents in business, tennis and art by first developing The Aspen Club, a luxury health spa and tennis club with eleven outdoor courts, two indoor courts, sixteen racquetball courts, two squash courts, a restaurant, bar, twelve spectacular condominiums, and 1,500 members. Sally became the first woman head tennis professional there and played a "Battle of the Sexes" against the infamous Bobby Riggs to promote the club's opening. Sally has written over 80 books with another 45 variations (multicultural and Spanish versions.) All may be found through her website and on Amazon. All of the books focus on social/emotional issues and are designed to uplift the lives of children everywhere. Presently Sally and Marv live in Colorado Springs. Visit: SallyHuss.com

TAB News
News Snapshots: Quick Snippets

TAB News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 68:14


On this week’s TAB News co-hosts Jennifer Rash and Debbie Campbell, along with guest co-host Terry Wilhite, interview several people representing a variety of topics while on location at the Alabama Baptist Pastors Conference in Daphne, Alabama, on Nov. 10.  You’ll hear from TAB’s director of sales Bill Gilmore about the conference itself as well as retired pastor Wayne Honeycutt about his book “Things Your Pastor Would Never Tell You But You Really Need to Know,” Bobby Riggs from Audio-Video Excellence (AVX) about affordable technology upgrades for churches, Sally Ericson from Bellingrath Gardens and Home in Mobile, and ministry leader Randy Hemphill about his book “The Restored Man” (and a brief chat with Randy’s son Asher who happened to be at the conference with his dad).  Full interview clips from each along with others recorded that day will be available soon at www.thealabamabaptist.org/explore/podcasts/.  Following the 30-minute interview, TAB staff members and correspondents will present an audio digest of this week’s issue including news, features, Dr. Batson’s Theology 101 column and Sunday School commentaries.  Article Locations:  Express gratitude to God by helping others during holidays and throughout the year (31:13)  Alabama’s quarterback uses football as platform to share his faith (35:37)  Explore the Bible Sunday School Lesson (53:20)  Bible Studies for Life Sunday School Lesson (60:32) 

For Real
E45: Nonfiction Holiday Gift Guide

For Real

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 44:53


This week Alice and Kim talk holiday gifts for the nonfiction book lover in your life. This episode is sponsored by Book Riot’s Read Harder Journal, and Book Riot Insiders. Subscribe to For Real using RSS, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Stitcher. For more nonfiction recommendations, sign up for our True Story newsletter, edited by Kim Ukura. NONFICTION IN THE NEWS National Book Award goes to Sarah Broom’s The Yellow House! HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE Q: I am looking for a book for my grandpa for the holidays on Sociology or Ethics. He is a former Criminology Professor and so hard to buy for. Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson Another Day in the Death of America by Gary Younge White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America by Nancy Isenberg Q: My partner is a triathlete and loves to read books about or from cyclists and triathletes. There is not that many of them so he is running out of reading material, and I’m running out of ideas for gifts. Could you recommend good nonfiction on sport or by sportspeople? I think what he enjoys is reading about personal achievements. The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics by Daniel James Brown A Necessary Spectacle: Billie Jean King, Bobby Riggs, and the Tennis Match That Leveled the Game by Selena Roberts C.C. Pyle’s Amazing Foot Race: The True Story of the 1928 Coast-to-Coast Run Across America by Geoff Williams Q: I am looking for a book for my dad. And that is what I want – a good, solid dad book (frontlist) recommendation. Think The Pioneers by David McCullough or Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand. My dad is in his 80s and fairly conservative. Eighty Days: Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland’s History-Making Race Around the World by Matthew Goodman The City Game: Triumph, Scandal, and a Legendary Basketball Team by Matthew Goodman The Monuments Men: Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History by Robert M. Edsel American Moonshot: John F. Kennedy and the Great Space Race by Douglas Brinkley Q: I find a lot of the non-fiction I read is fairly heavy. Recent reads I’ve enjoyed are Invisible Women, Prisoners of Geography and Say Nothing, and although I’ve loved them all, all the war and death and sexism is hard going. So, I’d like your favourite happy, uplifting non-fiction on any topic to read over the holiday season! Who Thought This Was a Good Idea? And Other Questions You Should Have Answers to When You Work in the White House by Alyssa Mastromonaco From the Corner of the Oval by Beck Dorey-Stein The Education of an Idealist: A Memoir by Samantha Power The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating by Elisabeth Tova Bailey I Know I Am, But What Are You? by Samantha Bee The Wonder Trail: True Stories from Los Angeles to the End of the World by Steve Hely READING NOW KIM: In the Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado ALICE: Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World by Jack Weatherford CONCLUSION You can find us on SOCIAL MEDIA – @itsalicetime and @kimthedork RATE AND REVIEW on Apple Podcasts so people can find us more easily, and subscribe so you can get our new episodes the minute they come out.

Sportspiracies
Ep. 11: Did Riggs Rig the Game?

Sportspiracies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2019 43:46


In 1973, legendary retired tennis player Bobby Riggs challenged two of the top female tennis players to a game. In Fall 1973, Riggs faced Billie Jean King - who was at the top of her game - and lost. Fast forward to 2013. ESPN investigative reporter Don Van Natta Jr. published a wild story about gambling, the mob, and a man who had kept a secret for 40 years - all about Bobby Riggs rigging that fateful Battle of the Sexes. Hosted by Maria McNamara and Chris Coakley. Produced by Chris Coakley.

Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy
Episode 21: Billie Jean King

Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2019 56:54


In the Season 2 premiere of Laughter Permitted, the legendary Billie Jean King joins the party. "The Kinger," as Julie calls her, won 39 Grand Slam titles in her tennis career, beat Bobby Riggs in the famed Battle of the Sexes match and is the first female athlete awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Listen in as BJK tells stories from her life and how she continues to advocate for the advancement of women in sports and society.

The Mini-Break
Easter Bowl Director Lornie Kuhle

The Mini-Break

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2019 28:46


Welcome to the mini-break, your daily podcast for the biggest results, storylines, and controversies from the tennis world. On today's episode, host Alex Gruskin is joined by Easter Bowl tournament director Lornie Kuhle. Kuhle talks about his time as tournament director, explains his relationship with Bobby Riggs and its influence on his life in the game, and shares his thoughts on the state of the sport. The two also discuss why the Easter Bowl is such a great event to watch, Kuhle's background in tennis, coaching Steve Carell to play like Bobby Riggs for the "Battle of the Sexes" movie, and more! This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Tennis Files Podcast
TFP 086: Noah Rubin — Behind the Racquet

The Tennis Files Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2019 43:51


On Episode 85 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I spoke with Bill Kellogg about how he has transformed tennis clubs into hugely successful programs, and his incredible experiences both playing and contributing to the advancement of tennis by wearing many different hats in the industry. Bill is the President of La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club, which has been designated a Top 25 Tennis Resort by Tennis Resorts Online. He was inducted into the Southern California Tennis Association Hall of Fame in 2017, alongside such legends as Rod Laver, Bobby Riggs, Debbie Graham, Ken Stuart, and Stella-Sampras Webster. Bill has competed in pro level tournaments, played #1 for Dartmouth College, and participated in the NCAA Championships Bill also serves as a Sectional Delegate of the Southern California Tennis Association, and was a longtime member of the International Advisory Council of the International Tennis Hall of Fame, and was also previously a Director at Large for the USTA (Audit Committee). He even served as a linesman and chair umpire at Wimbledon....a pretty well-rounded career indeed :) On this episode, we discuss Bill's highly successful competitive tennis career, how he went from thinking he'd be an engineer to running multiple highly successful tennis clubs, his many roles in tennis, and much more. Bill learned by doing, from accounting to gardening, hiring to marketing, and everything in between. And the great thing about Bill is that he truly loves the game and continues to keep himself involved in numerous positions within tennis to help advance the game. I really hope you enjoy my interview with Bill! Let us know what you think about this episode in the comments below! Show Notes: Becoming a linesman and chair umpire for Wimbledon during the same year that Bill played pro tournaments Going from a degree in engineering science to managing multiple highly successful tennis clubs How Bill learned to do just about every aspect of running a tennis club Bill's advice for managing and sustaining successful tennis programs How he and his family have kept La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club running strong for over 90 years Bill's experience supporting and marketing for Davis and Fed Cup matches His thoughts on the changes to Davis Cup What USTA and other organizations need to do to improve the state of tennis in the US and grow the game The message Bill would write on a huge billboard for all to see A key tip to help you improve your tennis game....and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ChoinqueCast
Leadership Story | Leaders Promote Emotional Intelligence

ChoinqueCast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2019 1:49


My friend and colleague Susan Packard recently sent me a copy of her new book Fully Human. My hope is that it reaches a larger audience than her first work New Rules of the Game, which was written primarily, although not exclusively for women. Her book is subtitled, 3 Steps to Grow Your Emotional Fitness in Work, Leadership, and Life. This reminded me of a sentence in my Personal Leadership Philosophy: At the end of each day, key questions include “Did I do my best? -- At work, at home, and at life.” Where did this focus on Emotional Intelligence come from? It’s likely this started with Daniel Goleman’s groundbreaking work Emotional Intelligence. We can think of Susan Packard’s work, as well as Dan Pink’s breakthrough book Drive and Mark Crowley’s wonderful Lead From the Heart, as how-to guides. Goleman’s research introduced us to Emotional Intelligence, and there are many worthy books that inform us how to put Emotional Intelligence, or E.Q, into action, and showcase the benefits of doing so. This also helps us cross barriers between generations, as Kelly and Bobby Riggs shared with us in Counter Mentor Leadership. Do you still think primarily about performance and potential solely based on I.Q? If you do, you’re not alone. Consider a deeper dive into E.Q. Add some new leadership tools to your toolbox. Leaders Promote Emotional Intelligence.

The Tennis Files Podcast
TFP 085: Bill Kellogg — How to Create and Sustain Thriving Tennis Clubs

The Tennis Files Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2019 81:16


On Episode 85 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I spoke with Bill Kellogg about how he has transformed tennis clubs into hugely successful programs, and his incredible experiences both playing and contributing to the advancement of tennis by wearing many different hats in the industry. Bill is the President of La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club, which has been designated a Top 25 Tennis Resort by Tennis Resorts Online. He was inducted into the Southern California Tennis Association Hall of Fame in 2017, alongside such legends as Rod Laver, Bobby Riggs, Debbie Graham, Ken Stuart, and Stella-Sampras Webster. Bill has competed in pro level tournaments, played #1 for Dartmouth College, and participated in the NCAA Championships Bill also serves as a Sectional Delegate of the Southern California Tennis Association, and was a longtime member of the International Advisory Council of the International Tennis Hall of Fame, and was also previously a Director at Large for the USTA (Audit Committee). He even served as a linesman and chair umpire at Wimbledon....a pretty well-rounded career indeed :) On this episode, we discuss Bill's highly successful competitive tennis career, how he went from thinking he'd be an engineer to running multiple highly successful tennis clubs, his many roles in tennis, and much more. Bill learned by doing, from accounting to gardening, hiring to marketing, and everything in between. And the great thing about Bill is that he truly loves the game and continues to keep himself involved in numerous positions within tennis to help advance the game. I really hope you enjoy my interview with Bill! Let us know what you think about this episode in the comments below! Show Notes: Becoming a linesman and chair umpire for Wimbledon during the same year that Bill played pro tournaments Going from a degree in engineering science to managing multiple highly successful tennis clubs How Bill learned to do just about every aspect of running a tennis club Bill's advice for managing and sustaining successful tennis programs How he and his family have kept La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club running strong for over 90 years Bill's experience supporting and marketing for Davis and Fed Cup matches His thoughts on the changes to Davis Cup What USTA and other organizations need to do to improve the state of tennis in the US and grow the game The message Bill would write on a huge billboard for all to see A key tip to help you improve your tennis game....and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In Depth With Graham Bensinger
Billie Jean King: Tennis Legend

In Depth With Graham Bensinger

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2019 27:09


Graham sits down with tennis legend and champion for gender equality, Billie Jean King. She shares memories of career highlights, including the famed Battle of the Sexes match against Bobby Riggs, her decision to help form the first women's league, and her vision for World TeamTennis (WTT). King also discusses her beginnings in the sport and a tense press conference when she first publicly admitted she is gay. Watch all of Graham’s video interviews at YouTube.com/Grahambensinger. Follow Graham on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @GrahamBensinger. Find TV times for the weekly show at GrahamBensinger.com.

This Day in History Class
Battle of the Sexes - Sept. 20, 1973

This Day in History Class

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2018 6:28


The Battle of the Sexes tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs took place on this day in 1973. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

Desert Island Discs
Billie Jean King

Desert Island Discs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2018 57:52


Billie Jean King won 39 Grand Slams and a total of 20 Wimbledon titles and is regarded as one of the greatest tennis players of all time. Born in California in 1943, she was the eldest daughter of Bill and Betty Moffitt. She discovered tennis at the age of ten: at 15 she won in her age bracket at the Southern California championships, and in 1961, she won the women's doubles at Wimbledon with Karen Hantze, the youngest pair to achieve such a victory. In 1968, when professional competitors were admitted to Grand Slam tournaments, she won Wimbledon for the third time and was paid just £750 while Rod Laver, the Men's champion, took home £2,000. So began her campaign for gender equality, which involved boycotting tournaments and setting up their own professional women's circuit. In 1973, then aged 29, she beat the 55-year-old former tennis champion Bobby Riggs in a match which became known as 'The Battle of the Sexes': it remains the most-watched tennis match ever. That year the US Open awarded the same financial reward to men and women and in 2007 Wimbledon followed suit. Billie Jean also founded the Women's Tennis Association and the Women's Sports Foundation in the 1970s. She married her husband, Larry, in 1965 but by the late 1960s, she had realised that she was gay. She was outed by a former lover who sued her for palimony in 1981, and although she won the case, she lost almost all her commercial endorsements. She has been with her partner, Ilana Kloss, for nearly 40 years and retired from singles matches in 1983 and doubles in 1990. She was awarded the Medal of Freedom by President Obama in 2009 and has continued to be an ambassador for her sport and for gender equality. Presenter: Kirsty Young Producer: Cathy Drysdale.

Pop Culture Happy Hour
Battle of the Sexes and What's Making Us Happy

Pop Culture Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2017 25:53


The new film, starring Emma Stone as Billie Jean King and Steve Carell as Bobby Riggs, the players facing off in one of the most famous tennis matches in history. Plus, what's making us happy this week. Guest: Writer Katie Presley.