As net UK migration hits its highest ever yearly figure at 504,000, Labour MP Diane Abbott is in the studio to talk about her party's attitude to more people coming to the country. Also, Douglas Ross, leader of the Scottish Conservative party, joins Adam and Chris, after a court blocked a bid for a second independence referendum. And Europe editor Katya Adler talks about her recent trip to a major gas pipeline between Russia and Europe, after it was blown up. This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming and the BBC's political editor Chris Mason. It was made by Chris Flynn and Danny Wittenberg. The editor is Jonathan Aspinwall.
Post-match political analysis from the Newscast line-up. As the World Cup opens in Qatar, Adam is joined by a line-up of correspondents to analyse events on and (mainly) off the pitch. Jack Murley, host of the BBC's LGBT Sport podcast, talks about the decision for England and Wales not to wear the OneLove armband promoting diversity and inclusivity. 5 Live's Rick Edwards, who went to the England game in Qatar, gives us his first impressions of how supporters are experiencing the tournament. And the BBC's Marianna Spring, who has been investigating claims of “fake fans”, explains why we should keep an open mind. The BBC's Chris Mason and Faisal Islam also reflect on politics closer to home with renewed arguments over immigration and Brexit coming out of the Autumn Statement. Today's Newscast made by Danny Wittenberg with Cordelia Hemming and Miranda Slade. The technical producer was Emma Crowe and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Labour's shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves reacts, after the government announces tax rises and a spending squeeze, as well as money for schools and the NHS. She's also quizzed on what her party would do differently. Following her, host of Radio 4's Money Box Live Adam Shaw, with maths teacher and podcast host Bobby Seagull. The two cast their expert eyes over the chancellor's workings out. This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming and the BBC's political editor Chris Mason. It was made by Chris Flynn and Danny Wittenberg. The editor is Jonathan Aspinwall.
The Bank of England expects the UK to fall into the longest ever recession. Stephanie Flanders, Head of Bloomberg Economics, and Claer Barrett, Consumer Editor at Financial Times, talk it all through. Also, American comedian Rob Delaney speaks movingly about the loss of his young son, and why he's chosen to write about it. This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming and the BBC's political editor, Chris Mason. It was made by Chris Flynn and Danny Wittenberg. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
One of the world's best known climate campaigners talks COP27, Matt Hancock and Kim Kardashian. It's Greta Thunberg as you've never heard her before! Also, political editor Chris Mason runs through a potted history of MPs on reality TV. This episode of Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Miranda Slade, Maddie Drury and Chris Flynn. The technical producer was Mike Regaard and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Suella Braverman speaks out amid criticism she's unfit for office. Home Secretary Suella Braverman has challenged critics to try to "get rid of me", as she rejected claims she was to blame for dire conditions at a migrant processing centre. Adam and Chris Mason are joined by Michael Keohan, from BBC Radio Kent, to explore the politics and the policy behind this latest asylum row. And the BBC's Marianna Spring tells us about her new podcast, Disaster Trolls, telling the story of how conspiracy theorists, who claim UK terror attacks have been staged, are tracking down survivors to see if they are lying about their injuries. This episode of Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Chris Flynn and Miranda Slade. The technical producer was Mike Regaard and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Episode: 00131 Release Date: October 31, 2022 Description: Graphic designer turned crime analyst, Christine Talley joins us this week with an inspiring story of how she transitioned from one career to another, and how she was able to use the skill sets from her previous career to the current one. Christine's analyst badge story is one of collaboration – a human trafficking case that was resolved within 12 hours due to the collaborative work of law enforcement and non-profit organizations using multiple open source intelligence (OSINT) and human intelligence (HUMINT) programs to help the investigation. Christine is a lifelong learner, and is currently a crime and intelligence analyst for the Riverside County Anti Human Trafficking Task Force, a task force within the sheriff's department. CHALLENGE: There are Easter eggs in one of the tables of the Excel chapter that Jason wrote for the IACA textbook. First-person to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org about what the Easter eggs are will receive a $20 gift card from us. Happy hunting! Name Drops: Brian Gray (00:07:19), Chris Mason (00:09:09), Damen Butvidas (00:33:13), Joe Scaramucci (00:40:02), Kevin Metcalf/Kyle Naish/Nicole Beckwith/Chris Poulter (00:42:43), Heather Lane/JD Parker/Kevin Tadda/Rochelle Keyhan (00:42:59), Micah Hoffman (01:03:46), Nico Dekens (01:06:53) Public Service Announcements: Brian Gray (https://www.leapodcasts.com/e/atwje-brian-gray-the-remarkable-analyst/) Mary Craig (https://www.leapodcasts.com/e/atwje-mary-craige-the-marketing-expert/) Related Links: 16 Personalities Test: https://www.16personalities.com/ National Human Trafficking Hotline: https://humantraffickinghotline.org/ National Child Protection Task Force: https://www.ncptf.org/ OSINT Curious Project: https://osintcurio.us/ SANS Institute SEC487: https://www.sans.org/cyber-security-courses/open-source-intelligence-gathering/ NDCAC Training: https://ndcac.fbi.gov/services/training OSINT Mentors Twitter List: https://twitter.com/i/lists/1515766821680340992 OSINT Curious Podcast: https://osintcurio.us/osintvideosandpodcasts/ Association(s) Mentioned: Vendor(s) Mentioned: Contact: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ctalleyccia/ Transcript: https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/a9xw4c/ChristineTalley_transcript.pdf Podcast Writer: Mindy Duong Podcast Researcher: Theme Song: Written and Recorded by The Rough & Tumble. Find more of their music at www.theroughandtumble.com. Logo: Designed by Kyle McMullen. Please visit www.moderntype.com for any printable business forms and planners. Podcast Email: email@example.com Podcast Webpage: www.leapodcasts.com Podcast Twitter: @leapodcasts YouTube Version: https://youtu.be/nUzgMdPD6-4 00:00:17 – Introducing Christine 00:11:19 – Communication Experience 00:13:15 – Communication & Graphic Design 00:26:36 – Human Trafficking 00:31:30 – Break: Brian Gray & Mary Craige 00:30:47 – ABS: Human Trafficking 00:38:49 – ABS: 4th of July Case 00:51:43 – Open Source Intelligence 01:06:35 – Words to the World
Former BBC presenter, Andrew Marr, is in the studio with his view on Rishi Sunak's first few days in Number 10. He also reveals himself to be quite good at impersonating a former prime minister. Also on the programme, we hear from someone who was quite good at impersonating a current prime minister, Shri Patel, who played Rishi Sunak in Sky TV show This England. And, BBC Ireland correspondent, Emma Vardy, explains why people in Northern Ireland are going to the polls. This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming, the BBC's political editor Chris Mason, and political correspondent Alex Forsyth. It was made by Chris Flynn and Danny Wittenberg. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
What's behind Suella Braverman's comeback? Rishi Sunak defends the home secretary's return to the Home Office at his first PMQs. Chris Mason joins Adam to assess how it went, and updates us on the future of the government's economic plan. Historian and host of the BBC podcast You're Dead to Me, Greg Jenner, explores the parallels between today's Westminster politics and ancient Rome. And Newsnight's Kirsty Wark and China expert, Isabel Hilton, discuss the future of China under Xi Jinping. This episode of Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Chris Flynn and Miranda Slade. Emma Crowe was the technical producer and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Who's in and who's out of the new PM's cabinet? Rishi Sunak has been assembling his new top team - and some familiar faces have been brought back into the fold. The BBC's Chris Mason and Vicki Young join Adam to talk about the top appointments and look at who's been snubbed. And newsreader George Alagiah discusses the significance of the UK's first British-Asian prime minister. This episode of Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Chris Flynn and Miranda Slade. Emma Crowe is the technical producer and the assistant editor is Sam Bonham.
Rishi Sunak has become the new UK prime minister after meeting King Charles at Buckingham Palace. In his first speech outside No 10, he said the UK is facing a "profound economic crisis". Adam is joined by BBC political editor, Chris Mason, to get his instant reaction. Today's Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Chris Flynn and Miranda Slade. The technical producer was Emma Crowe. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Darren McFarland and Kara Hammer discuss David Poile's BIG NIGHT in Smashville celebrating 3,000 regular season games and becoming the first GM in NHL history to reach that milestone. They also weigh in on the Reverse Retro jersey.Also, Darren and Kara chat with former Preds goalie and now Broadcaster Chris Mason about the start to the season, back up goaltender Kevin Lankinen and Preds number one prospect Yaroslav Askarov.Preds Beat Reporter Emma Lingan sits down and chats with Nashville's forward Tanner Jeannot.
My guest on today's podcast is Chris Mason, a Professor of Genomics, Physiology, and Biophysics at Cornell University. Many of you know I'm very interested in everything science, genetics, and physics and the cross-section of these fields with AI and Blockchain. Although these days most people know me for my work in Web3, I remain super passionate about the broader world of science and technology and I would love to be at the forefront of helping bring these fields into Web3. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.
Chris Mason and Alex Forsyth talk it all through with Adam Fleming. What will happen this week? How does the leadership race work? And how much support has each candidate got? Rishi Sunak says he is in the race to be the next Conservative leader (and prime minister), Business Secretary, Jacob Rees-Mogg, tells the BBC that Boris Johnson "will clearly stand" and Penny Mordaunt (who had already declared she was going to run) says she regrets Liz Truss's mini-budget. This emergency Newscast was made by Sam Bonham. The studio manager was Matthew Cadman. The senior news editor was Jonathan Aspinwall.
Who could be the new PM, and how will they be chosen? Adam, Chris and Alex are back in the studio to look at how the leadership race will work, who might put themselves forward, and who might be in with a shout. This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming, the BBC's political editor Chris Mason, and political correspondent Alex Forsyth. It was made by Chris Flynn and Danny Wittenberg. The assistant editors were Sam Bonham and Alison Gee.
Sir Keir Starmer is in the studio with instant reaction. He says he has a “ready-to-go” manifesto and defends himself from those who accuse him of being boring. This episode of Newscast is presented by Adam Fleming, the BBC's political editor, Chris Mason, and political correspondent Alex Forsyth. It was made by Chris Flynn and Danny Wittenberg. The technical producer was Joe Leates. The assistant editors were Sam Bonham and Alison Gee.
Pedro Martinez joins the podcast as TBS prepares to carry baseball's American League Championship Series. Martinez, who played for the Red Sox, Mets and Phillies during his career, discusses which team was in the toughest media market during his playing days and how he mentors young Spanish-speaking players breaking into the league. Martinez talks about his only regret from his playing days and the origin of his home run phrase “Ding Dong Johnson.” The NBA's upcoming season is one of the big topics on this week's pod, with Andrew Marchand and John Ourand discussing how the new deals Turner signed with its “Inside the NBA” stars could affect the NBA's media rights negotiations. The two reporters provide analysis on several rights deals negotiations, including the Big 12, Pac-12, Amazon's Black Friday NFL game, NFL Sunday Ticket, LIV Golf and NASCAR. Mentioned this week: Al Michaels, Dan Snyder, DC sports fans, Chris Russo, Marie Donoghue, Jay Marine, Jon Sciambi, Dan Shulman, Vin Scully, Jack Buck, Jon Miller, Matt Vasgersian, Karl Ravech, Boog Powell, Bob Costas, Ron Darling, Ernie Johnson, Yossi Benchetrit, Charles Barkley, Tony Romo, Tom Brady, Troy Aikman, Kenny Smith, Shaquille O'Neal, Alex Sherman, Eddy Cue, Brian Windhorst, Roger Goodell, Michael Smith, Robert Kraft, Dana Blumberg, Eric Shanks, Hans Schroeder, Abe Madkour, Brian Rolapp, Dan Shaughnessy, Armando Benítez, Don Zimmer, Karim Garcia, Jay Moskowitz, Ding Dong Johnson, Jim Tracy, Chili Davis, Jim Nantz, Acie Wyatt, Chris Mason, Jimmy Pitaro, Sean McManus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Launch into outer space with Dr. Chris Mason, professor at Weill Cornell Medicine, as he tells the story of his collaboration with NASA on the famous Twins Study and its implications for the future of human health, genetics, and interplanetary travel. During this episode you'll learn about: Chris Mason, professor of Genomics, Physiology, and Biophysics at Weill Cornell Medicine and co-founder of Onegevity [00:00:53] Mason's first research mission with NASA [3:48] How space and gravity affected astronaut Scott Kelly [4:28] What is genetic malleability? [8:54] How many genes do humans have? [10:14] The cost to test a whole genome [12:39] Thorne's Biological Age Test, modifying your own genetic expression with lifestyle changes [16:01] Concern over the scientific possibility of altering genetic expression with technology [18:52] Questions from the community [23:38] How sterile are the inside of spaceships, and is there such thing as being “too clean” for astronauts? [23:45] Is space itself sterile? [26:03] What TV show most accurately depicts life in space? Space nutrition? [27:11] Do people age at different rates because they're in space, and can supplements impact how people age? [29:51] When are humans going to Mars, and how will we get our nutrition there? [34:24] What has the space program taught us about the value of supplements? Do astronauts take them now? [35:46] Are astronauts getting less nutrition from the dehydrated foods they eat? [36:53] Will humans find a mineral in space that could someday be used for human health? [38:07] Is there intelligent life out in space? [39:27] Resources to topics mentioned in this episode: GENCODE One Giant Leap: What Space Travel Has Taught Us About Health on Earth Research Extracts: NASA's Twins Study | PCOS and Microbiome | Blueberries for Pain Reduction How Does Thorne's Biological Age Test Work? Why It's Important to Take Methylate While Taking Nicotinamide Riboside What Can a Microbiome Test Tell You That a Genetic Test Can't? Episode 10: Onegevity with Joel Dudley and Chris Mason Links to products mentioned in this episode: Biological Age Health Panel, FloraMend Prime Probiotic®, Prebiotic +, Niacel® 400, Gut Health Test with Microbiome Wipe Subscribe To More Content Make sure to never miss an episode by subscribing to the show on your podcast app. You can also learn more about what we talked about by visiting Thorne.com and checking out the latest news, videos, and stories on Thorne's Take 5 Daily blog. * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Adam is back from his holiday and behind the microphone at the BBC Radio Theatre for a live recording of today's Newscast. He's joined by Chris and BBC Economics Editor Faisal Islam to discuss the Prime Minister's battle to regain authority amid Tory party unrest. Culture Editor Katie Razall is also on stage to say happy 100th birthday to the BBC. Today's Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and Chris Mason and made by Tim Walklate. The producers were Chris Flynn and Clare Williamson. The technical producer was Emma Crowe and Sam Bonham is the assistant editor.
Liz Truss replaces her Chancellor and U-turns again. Is that enough for her to stay on as prime minister? Chris Mason and Alex Forsyth have been chatting to politicians and the public, while BBC Newsnight's economics editor Ben Chu explains what it means for the markets and our money. Plus, two people who know the PM and her new next-door neighbour Jeremy Hunt very well, former special adviser Kirsty Buchanan and ex-Conservative minister Ed Vaizey, give us the inside scoop on what Downing Street – and the Tory party – might do next. Today's Newscast was presented by James Cook, BBC News Scotland editor, and made by Daniel Wittenberg. The producers were Miranda Slade and Alix Pickles. The technical producer was Russell Newlove. The series producer is Tim Walklate.
Two former communications directors, for both Labour and Conservative governments, say they would struggle to spin their way out of the situation Liz Truss is in. Alastair Campbell, who worked for Tony Blair, says Tory MPs are telling him they want her to go. And Craig Oliver, who worked for David Cameron, says it's possible she won't be prime minister at Christmas. Also, Marianna Spring, Americast host and disinformation and social media correspondent, gives us an update on her investigation into what US voters are being fed in their social media feeds ahead of elections. This episode of Newscast is presented by the BBC's political editor Chris Mason and political correspondent Alex Forsyth. It was made by Chris Flynn and Danny Wittenberg. The assistant editor is Alison Gee. The editor is Jonathan Aspinwall.
PM pledges no public spending reductions. Chris Mason joins Rachel Burden and Rick Edwards, who are standing in for Adam today, to pour over the PM's pledge to cut taxes without reining in public spending. And we discuss why life can be so tough for referees in English grassroots football, with BBC sports presenter and amateur official, Ben Croucher, and Janie Frampton, from the charity, Ref Support. Today's episode was made by Tim Walklate with Miranda Slade and Chris Flynn. The technical producer was Mike Regaard. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
Can the Bank of England calm the markets? Victoria Derbyshire is in the presenter's chair and is joined by Ben Chu, Newsnight's economics editor, who explains what's going on, and how it could affect your finances. Chris Mason is also on, after the Chancellor, Kwasi Kwarteng, gets questioned by MPs in the Commons over his economic plans. And, Dictionary Corner's Susie Dent helps translate some journalese. Today's episode was made by Tim Walklate with Clare Williamson and Chris Flynn. The technical producer was Russell Newlove. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.
We've assembled the political editors from ITV, Sky and the BBC to reveal what's been going on behind the scenes at the Labour and the Conservatives party conferences. Robert Peston, Beth Rigby and Chris Mason have the inside track on what ministers and backbenchers are saying about their leaders, the changes they've seen in Liz Truss since she became prime minister and why they think MPs find it more fun to be a rebel than toe the party line. This episode of Newscast is presented by the BBC's political editor Chris Mason, political correspondent Alex Forsyth, and Scotland editor James Cook. It was made by Chris Flynn and Danny Wittenberg. The assistant editor was Alison Gee. The editor was Jonathan Aspinwall.
Andrew Marchand and John Ourand celebrate one year of the sports media podcast. They are joined by ESPN MLB insider Jeff Passan, who details why he always wears a suit to the ballpark, navigating ESPN rivalries, the angst of being glued to his phone and his Elmo impersonation, among other topics. Marchand and Ourand have all the usual elements, picking “Who's up” and “Who's down,” plus they go deep on subjects, including what does the Sling-Disney deal foretell, what is the NBA up to with its reimagined app and Rachel Nichols' comeback. They end with “Call of the Week,” which has a Manning slant. Mentioned this week: Troy Aikman, Joe Buck, Chris Russo, Doug Perlman, Abe Madkour, Chris Shaw, Scott Van Pelt, Shaquille O'Neal, Gary Bettman, Steve Phelps, Roger Goodell, Aaron Judge, Derek Volner, Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Charlie Ergen, Chris Ripley, LeBron James, Fred Hickman, Nick Charles, George Michael, Rachel Nichols, Mark Hale, Adam Silver, Maria Taylor, John Blake, Rich Passan, Adrian Wojnarowski, Adam Shefter, Pete Thamel, John Branch, Joe Posnanski, Jason Whitlock, Wright Thompson, Liz Merrill, Adam Teicher, Blair Kirkhoff, Bob Dutton, Sam Mellinger, Kevin Kaduk, Candace Buckner, Mike Fannin, Dan Wetzel, Charles Robinson, Tim Brown, Kevin Iole, Greg Wyshynski, Buster Olney, Rob Manfred, Rachel Ullrich, Ken Rosenthal, Jon Heyman, Joel Sherman, Adley Rutschman, Elmo, Sean Connery, Dan LeBatard, Manny Machado, George King, Tom Verducci, Bobby Wagner, Acie Wyatt, Chris Mason, Pedro Martinez Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Liz Truss delivers her first leader's speech at Tory conference. Adam and Chris are joined by Charlotte Ivers, political correspondent at Times Radio, to unpack the PM's economic plan, what she means by the ‘anti-growth coalition', and what happened when protesters interrupted the speech. Liz Truss arrived to the sound of M People's 90s hit Moving on Up - Adam speaks to the group's founder Mike Pickering, who isn't happy about it. Today's Newscast is hosted by Adam Fleming and political editor Chris Mason. This episode was made by Chris Flynn with Miranda Slade and Madeleine Drury. The technical producer was Gareth Jones and the assistant editor was Alison Gee.
Dr. Chris Mason, professor at Weill Cornell Medicine, zeroes in on microbial movement within the planetary microbiome, outer space, and even in our own gut systems. Learn more about your “gut print” as well as the scientific possibility of reviving extinct species and lost ecosystems. During this episode you'll learn about: Chris Mason, professor of Genomics, Physiology, and Biophysics at Weill Cornell Medicine and co-founder of Onegevity [00:00:53] Origins of a planetary genetic map [4:51] Metagenomics as a genetic puzzle [6:55] What is the Metropolome? [7:34] The microbial signatures of cities [9:36] How microbes interact with humans [10:45] Using wastewater to study the level of COVID in a population [13:07] Thorne's Gut Health Test with Microbiome Wipe shows which microbes inhabit your gut [15:59] People in our society have less diversity and fewer microbes now than before [18:40] How probiotics can help improve your gut ecosystem [20:03] How epigenetic differences may allow experts to screen patients for cancer [22:07] Questions from the community [26:28] What is the planetary microbiome? [26:35] How do humans fit into the microbiome? [27:51] How genetically similar are humans to one another? [30:55] How can I heal my microbiome? [32:28] What would happen if the Mars Rover brought back a foreign microbe? [34:59] Are there new species of microbes in outer space? [37:06] How can humans embrace the planetary microbiome again? [38:47] How have humans changed the planet's microbiome for better or worse? [40:21] Resources to topics mentioned in this episode: About MetaSUB Understanding How the Gut Acts as a Protective Barrier How the Microbiome Sometimes Helps — And Hurts — the Immune System 8 Facts About the Microbiome and the Microorganisms Living in Your Gut ITOL: Interactive Tree of Life How Does Your Gut Microbiota Develop and Change Throughout Life? Mayo Clinic: Exploring the Connections Between the Microbiome, Health, and Disease Microbiome 101 Links to products mentioned in this episode: Gut Health Test with Microbiome Wipe, Bacillus Coagulans, FloraMend Prime Probiotic®, Prebiotic + Subscribe To More Content Make sure to never miss an episode by subscribing to the show on your podcast app. You can also learn more about what we talked about by visiting Thorne.com and checking out the latest news, videos, and stories on Thorne's Take 5 Daily blog. * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Resources to topics mentioned in this episode: About MetaSUB Understanding How the Gut Acts as a Protective Barrier How the Microbiome Sometimes Helps — And Hurts — the Immune System 8 Facts About the Microbiome and the Microorganisms Living in Your Gut ITOL: Interactive Tree of Life How Does Your Gut Microbiota Develop and Change Throughout Life? Mayo Clinic: Exploring the Connections Between the Microbiome, Health, and Disease Microbiome 101 Links to products mentioned in this episode: Gut Health Test with Microbiome Wipe, Bacillus Coagulans, FloraMend Prime Probiotic®, Prebiotic + Subscribe To More Content Make sure to never miss an episode by subscribing to the show on your podcast app. You can also learn more about what we talked about by visiting Thorne.com and checking out the latest news, videos, and stories on Thorne's Take 5 Daily blog. * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. More in-depth than the last one since they brought up more questions/ went on more tangents.
Cabinet divisions dominate the Tory party conference. Adam and Chris chew over another challenging day for Prime Minister Liz Truss, who faces mounting pressure over her refusal to commit to increasing benefits in line with inflation. We discuss a huge protest movement sweeping across Iran with the BBC's international correspondent Lyse Doucet. And the James Bond film franchise is 60! Adam speaks to producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson about when we can expect the next film. Newscast was hosted by Adam Fleming and political editor Chris Mason. This episode of Newscast was made by Tim Walklate with Miranda Slade, Cordelia Hemming and Madeleine Drury. The technical producer was Mike Regaard and the editor was Jonathan Aspinwall. Thanks to Amazon for clips from ‘The Sound of 007' documentary, which is available on Prime Video.
On the second morning of the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham, the Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng has said he's ditching the government's plan to scrap the 45p top rate of income tax. The Prime Minister had said the previous morning that she was "absolutely committed" to the policy. Today's Nick Robinson spoke to the new Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng, with analysis from the BBC's political editor Chris Mason. (Image: Kwasi Kwarteng, Image credit: TOLGA AKMEN/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)
Chris Mason (ByChrisMason) of MassLive.com Andy Hart to discuss the impact of the Mac Jones injury, and when we can expect to see Mac back on the field. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
As the Patriots travel to Lambeau Field for the first time since 2014, they will likely be without quarterback Mac Jones. Can Brian Hoyer pull off the road upset against 2-time reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers? We chat with Peter Bukowski, Co-Founder of The Leap, and Host of Locked on Packers, as well as Chris Mason of Mass Live, give our game picks, and much more! Be sure to follow the show on twitter @6ringspod, Follow Fitzy (@FitzyGFY), and Andy (@JumboHart). To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Aaron Judge and Albert Pujols went for historic home runs exclusively on AppleTV+. The NFL put some of its most popular teams exclusive on Amazon. The NFL wants to sell its Sunday Ticket service exclusively to a streamer. Podcast hosts Andrew Marchand and John Ourand discuss what sports leagues' moves to streaming services mean for the business. Other topics: Pac-12 and Big 12 media rights, the new NBA App, J.J. Redick's media future and Peyton and Eli Manning's role in the new NFL Pro Bowl weekend. Troy Aikman, Joe Buck, Chris Russo, Jeff Passan, Pedro Martinez, Adam Silver, George Kliavkoff, Brett Yormark, Jay Marine, Jeff Bezos, Marie Donoghue, Jared Stacy, Barry Bonds, Michael Kay, Alex Rodriguez, Aaron Judge, Roger Maris, David Waldstein, Joel Sherman, Roger Clemens, Burke Magnus, Jimmy Pitaro, Adley Rutschman, Roger Goodell, Ian Eagle, Charles Davis, Marv Albert, Chris Ripley, Albert Puljols, Letitia James, Bob Lawyer, Ted Lasso, The Morning Show, WeCrashed, Tripp Mickle, James Nestor, Eddy Cue, Brian Rolapp, John Canzano, Jon Wilner, Pat McAfee, JJ Redick, Eli Manning, Peyton Manning, Wayne Randazzo, Richard Jefferson, Ryan Ruocco, Dave Pasch, Stephen A. Smith, Howie Rose, Acie Wyatt, Chris Mason. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back with a new episode after the World Series of Darts Finals. Alex and Burton start the show with a review of last weekend's World Series of Darts Finals, and discuss where Gerwyn Price ranks in the top 10 and PDC top 10 of all time after winning his ninth TV title, as well as look at where Dirk van Duijvenbode goes from here after falling just short of a maiden stage title in the PDC. Then, the legend Paul Lim (15:37) calls in from Japan ahead of playing in the first ever PDC Asian Championship this weekend. Paul looks back on his last 12 months, playing in both the PDC and World Seniors Championships, returning to Lakeside, and outlines his hopes to qualify again for Ally Pally this year. Alex and Burton continue the show with a look back at last weekend's Challenge Tour action, focusing on title wins for Robert Owen, Christian Kist, Jurjen van der Velde and Wesley Plaisier, before looking ahead to this weekend's European Tour event in Belgium and pick out which players are most in need of a run. Plus, ITV pundit and commentator Chris Mason (46:17) stops by to give his thoughts on the World Series of Darts Finals, the current landscape at the top end of the PDC, and also discusses his recent PDC podcast appearance, and looks ahead to playing in the Modus Super Series later this year. Alex and Burton then close out the show with a look ahead to the PDC Asian Championship this weekend, as well as discuss the current field of international qualifiers for the PDC World Championship, and the WDF's update on the World Masters. *** Thank you to Dartwolf for sponsoring this podcast. Follow Dartwolf on Twitter @Dartwolf180 and check out dartwolf.tv for more #DynamiteDartsContent *** Sponsorship available! Want your business advertised on the show? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and a free copy of our new sponsor brochure! *** Enjoy our podcast? Make a one-off donation on our new Ko-Fi page here: ko-fi.com/weeklydartscast Support us on Patreon from just $2(+VAT): patreon.com/WeeklyDartscast Thank you to our Patreon members: Phil Moss, Gordon Skinner, Connor Ellis
Liz Truss has signalled she will go ahead with her plan to lift the cap on bankers' bonuses, in her first interview with Chris Mason as prime minister. Chris joins Adam from New York, where Truss is attending the UN General Assembly. 47 people have been arrested in Leicester over the last few weeks after clashes involving mainly young men from sections of Muslim and Hindu communities. BBC Correspondent Navtej Johal discusses the situation in the city, and the BBC's Zubair Ahmed describes the reaction from Delhi. And Spice Girl Mel C talks to Adam about the mental health struggles she has experienced. This episode was made by Chris Flynn with Clare Williamson and Miranda Slade. The technical producer was Emma Crowe. The editor is Jonathan Aspinwall.
The state funeral has been held for Queen Elizabeth II, as hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets of Westminster and Windsor, along with billions around the world, to watch and say goodbye. Fergal Keane, who was commentating for BBC TV inside Westminster Abbey, and Katty Kay, who was presenting outside Buckingham Palace, reflect on the funeral of the longest-reigning monarch in British history. And we catch up with Chris Mason to look at how the past 12 days have affected the country and its politics. Today's Newscast was made by Daniel Wittenberg with Cordelia Hemming and Miranda Slade. The technical producer was Emma Crowe. The editor is Jonathan Aspinwall.
NashvilleScene.com and NashvillePost.com reporter Michael Gallagher and Braden Gall talk Nashville Predators hockey. Special guests, former NHLers and current Preds broadcasters Chris Mason and Hal Gill join the show TOGETHER! Rookie training camp emotions Veterans coming back to town Some broadcasting news from Hal Gill What was Roman Josi like as a 22-year old? Barry Trotz stories you've never heard How can a coach impact a playoff series? Which players will take next step this winter? Rapid Fire: Chugging beer, travel, social media The Gold Standard is BTYB Jasper's on West End. Check out their free game room but please don't put your drinks on the air hockey table and don't trap the puck, thanks! The Gold Standard is also brought to you by Weiss Liquors To get booze sent right to your door, search "Weiss Liquors" on UberEats and say "Four Forty" when you make any in-store purchases for 10% off. Subscribe to the 440 YouTube page.
Days before they will call the first regular season NFL game on Amazon Prime, Al Michaels and Kirk Herbstreit joined the pod this week to discuss their plan for calling games on the streaming service and how they've approached their partnership. The two also discuss the free agent frenzy that hit NFL announcers in the off season; Michaels talks about how he will decide when to hang up his announcer's microphone; and Herbstreit offers his two cents on Big Ten expansion. Other topics: Michaels' disdain for vegetables and Herbstreit's travel schedule to Boone, N.C. Marchand and Ourand also discuss ESPN's future, what to expect from Amazon's first game and a review of Week 1 on television. The two also make their weekly picks about Who's Up, Who's Down and Call of the Week. Mentioned this week: Ian Eagle, Chris Russo, Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen, Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Chris Finnegan, Pat McAfee, Brad Marchand, Jimmy Pitaro, Bob Chapek, Urban Meyer, Jac Collinsworth, Maria Taylor, Mike Tirico, Tim of Shelbyville, Tenn., Rick Mace, Jonathan Tannenwald, Brian Roberts, Charlie Ergen, Rob Thun, Brian Rolapp, Hans Schroeder, Michael Nathanson, Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Robert Seidman, Marion Barry, Steve Levy, Louis Riddick, Dan Orlovsky, Darren Rovell, Joel McHale, Shannon Sharpe, Mystery Science Theater 3000, Chris LaPlaca, Jay Marine, Marie Donoghue, Fred Gaudelli, Jared Stacy, Tripp Mickle, Jeff Bezos, Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, Justin Reid, Eric Reid, Cris Collinsworth, Marty Brennaman, Wayne Lucas, Mario Cristobal, Jimbo Fisher, Mack Brown, Michael Smith, Bob Kraft, Michele Tafoya, Jay Michaels, Lila Roginsky, Dr. Spock, Michael Kay, Ian Eagle, Jo Ann Ross, Acie Wyatt, Chris Mason Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Are the Patriots undergoing a youth movement? Were they close to a major trade on cutdown day? And what else did their 53-man roster reveal? Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal and MassLive's Chris Mason join the show to break down the Pats' new roster. The Pats Interference Football Podcast is Powered By BetOnline. Visit BetOnline.Ag & use promo code: CLNS50 for a 50% Welcome Bonus On Your First Deposit! You can also listen and Subscribe to Pats Interference on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and at CLNSMedia.com every Tuesday! READ all of Andrew's work at https://www.bostonherald.com/author/andrew-callahan/ TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Intro 1:28 Patriots have 10 rookies on final 53 4:40 Reaction to Patriots 53-man roster 12:12 What could the Pats add? 17:37 How different will the team be after the trade deadline? 23:23 Will New England trade Isaiah Wynn? 27:45 Potential breakout players
The year is 2025. Who will be the biggest players – and biggest losers – in sports media? One of the country's top analysts, MoffettNathanson's Michael Nathanson, joins Andrew Marchand and John Ourand to talk about the changes they expect to see in the business over the next three years. Topics include the coming battle for NBA rights and why they are so important to Warner Bros. Discovery; the case against streaming; and what will happen to sports teams' local media rights. Nathanson talks about the strength of the cable bundle and what networks could do to hurt it. And the trio gives their analysis on the differing sports strategies of Amazon versus Apple, who could buy Fox and when will ESPN offer its main channel direct-to-consumer. Mentioned on this week's podcast: Adam Silver, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, LeBron James, Pat McAfee, Stephen A. Smith, Charles Barkley, Eric Shanks, Aaron Judge, John Sterling, Suzyn Waldman, Chris Ripley, Walter White, John Skipper, David Zaslav, Tripp Mickle, Chris Mason, David Levy, Acie Wyatt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hours before taping this pod, John Ourand broke the news that ESPN would not be carrying Big Ten football in 2023; Fox, CBS and NBC would share those rights. Andrew Marchand broke the news that CBS and NBC each would pay $350 million per year for their packages. On this pod, the two discussed everything you need to know about the deals, including what it means for the networks, what it means for Big Tech and what it means for college conferences. NFL Network's “Good Morning Football” host Jason McCourty joins as The Big Get and talks about how he got his broadcasting break at the NFL Broadcasting Bootcamp and where he wants to take his on-air career. McCourty, who won a Super Bowl with the Patriots, also gives his best Tom Brady and Bill Belichick stories. Mentioned this week: Brett Yormark, Jeff Bezos, Al Michaels, Kirk Herbstreit, Kelly Sheffield, Larry Jones, Mark Silverman, George Kliavkoff, Michael Nathanson, John Skipper, Chris Mason, Pat McAfee, Peyton Manning, Daryl Johnston, Joe Davis, Tom Brady, Greg Olsen, Mark Sanchez, Ray Rice, Brian Leonard, Greg Schiano, Devin McCourty, Melissa McCourty, Michelle Powell, Drew Brees, LeBron James, Stephon Gilmore, J.C Jackson, Gisele Bündchen, Bill Belichick, Brian Belichick, Steve Belichick, John Glennon, Jamie Erdahl, Kyle Brandt, Peter Schrager, Rich Rodriguez, Pat White, Steve Slaton, Noel Devine, Darius Reynaud, Nick Faldo, Jim Nantz, Trevor Immelman, Acie Wyatt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices