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Woman's Hour
The Cher Show with Oti Mabuse and Arlene Philips, Kylie Moore-Gilbert

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 56:38


With over 100 million record sales, an Academy Award, an Emmy, a Grammy, three Golden Globes and an award from The Council of Fashion Designers of America, very few artists have a catalogue that matches the iconic Cher. A new musical, touring the UK - “The Cher Show” - tells the story of the Goddess of Pop's meteoric rise to fame. The director and choreographer behind the show are two Strictly Come Dancing legends - Arlene Phillips and Oti Mabuse. They both join Emma to discuss the new show and their own careers. In August 2018, Kylie Moore-Gilbert, an Australian-British academic travelled to Iran to attend a seminar and conduct academic research. It was her first visit to the country. At Tehran airport on her way back home to Australia, she was arrested by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. Accused of espionage, she was imprisoned and later convicted and given a ten year sentence. She spent over two years in prison, half of it in solitary confinement. She was released in November 2020 as part of a prisoner exchange deal negotiated by the Australian government. She's written about those 804 days, in a new book The Uncaged Sky, and speaks to Emma from Melbourne. The Chancellor Rishi Sunak, his wife Akshata Murty and their finances have been in the headlines for several days now. Emma gets the latest from the woman behind the story, Economics Editor for the Independent Anna Isaac. Anna broke the news that Ms Murty was a 'non-domicile' resident - meaning she doesn't have to pay tax to the UK authorities on any income that she earns outside Britain, something that is entirely legal. 48 hours after the story broke last Wednesday, Ms Murty announced that she would pay UK taxes on her worldwide income. The actor Sienna Miller has said she took the step of freezing some eggs at 40, following the pressure she felt to have more children. Professor Imogen Goold has been looking into how women make decisions to delay fertility including in this way – and she questions the assumption often made in the media and in medicine that women are not properly informed, and make poor decisions about how long they can wait to have children. Imogen joins Emma to discuss, ahead of a lecture she is giving at Gresham College called Freezing Eggs and Delaying Fertility: Law, Ethics and Society, at 1pm on Monday 11 April. It can be viewed online for free. Professor Imogen Goold is Visiting Professor of Medical Law at Gresham College, and Professor of Medical Law at Oxford University.

CBN.com - 700 Club Interactive - Video Podcast
700 Club Interactive - April 8, 2022

CBN.com - 700 Club Interactive - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 24:51


Gilbert grew up idolizing gang members, and finally joined a gang at 16. One night he was stabbed, and the reality of his decision sank in.

CBN.com - Spiritual Life - Video Podcast
700 Club Interactive - April 8, 2022

CBN.com - Spiritual Life - Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 24:51


Gilbert grew up idolizing gang members, and finally joined a gang at 16. One night he was stabbed, and the reality of his decision sank in.

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
GGACP Classic: Steven Wright

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 90:20


GGACP celebrates National Humor Month by reposting classic interviews with some favorite comedians, through the entire month of April. First up (from 2017), comedian, writer and actor Steven Wright drops by the studio to talk about his love of surrealism, his admiration for Don Rickles, his childhood obsession with "The Tonight Show" and the absurdity of telling jokes to strangers for a living. Also, Steven discovers Hal Ashby (and Cat Stevens!), Gilbert chats up Norman Fell, Randy Quaid holds a press conference and Brooke Shields visits a podiatrist. PLUS: "Summer of '42"! Humphrey Bogart buys stamps! Steven nabs an Oscar! The return of Jack Frost! And Ben Gazzara enjoys the Ben Gazzara bit! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ben Fordham: Highlights
Kylie Moore-Gilbert describes her time in an Iranian prison

Ben Fordham: Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 10:43


Australian-British academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert has joined Ben Fordham in-studio to share her story. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

West Virginia Morning
Cleaning Up Gilbert Beach For Nostalgia, Tourism And Community Pride On This West Virginia Morning

West Virginia Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 11:48


On this West Virginia Morning, many West Virginians like to head to the beach in the summer for family vacation, but have you ever heard of Gibert Beach? We listen to the next installment of our series West Virginia Water Trails.

Submission Radio Australia
UFC 273 PREVIEW: Volkanovski vs. Korean Zombie, Khamzat Chimaev vs. Gilbert Burns, Sterling vs. Yan

Submission Radio Australia

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 36:48


Ahead of UFC 273: Volkanovski vs. Korean Zombie, Luke Thomas returns to Submission Radio to preview Alex Volkanovski vs. The Korean Zombie, Volko's style and how he traps his opponents, when he'll finally get the respect he deserves and how a third fight against Max Holloway fits in, Khamzat Chimaev vs. Gilbert Burns, the biggest questions surrounding Khamzat, how Khamzat fares on the ground against Gilbert's incredible Jiu Jitsu, what if the fight stays standing, what you do with Khamzat if he wins, Aljamain Sterling vs. Petr Yan 2, Yan's underappreciated game, and more!

TigerBelly
Ep 342: Did the Earthworms Say "Dad"?

TigerBelly

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 64:55


Bobby let's out a bloodcurdling scream. Khalyla is a monster hunter. Gilbert gets hard building a computer. We talk teenage unibrows, Jules becoming the new Bobby, first farts, and we call Umma.  This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp and TigerBelly listeners get 10% off their first month at www.betterhelp.com/belly Visit www.expressvpn.com/belly and get three extra months for free.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Unresolved
The I-65 Killer (Update)

Unresolved

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 43:55


There has been an update in the story of the I-65 Killer (episodes #125 & #126 from 2020). Police have announced the usage of genealogical testing to identify the culprit of the crime, Harry Edward Greenwell, who died of cancer in 2013. To learn more about this story, read or listen to "The I-65 Killer" at the following link: https://unresolved.me/the-i65-killerAlso, please check out the American Crime Journal articles about the victims, the offender, and the crimes at the following link: https://americancrimejournal.com/Researched, written, hosted, and produced by Micheal WhelanMusic composed by Micheal Whelan through Amper MusicIf you would like to support this podcast and others, consider heading to https://www.patreon.com/unresolvedpod to become a Patron or Producer

ShandeeLand
Meal Kits Free of the Top 9 Allergens with Safer Plate Co-Founders Angie Nelson and Executive Chef Gilbert Junge

ShandeeLand

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 31:08


Mealtime can be a challenge if you have food allergies. It can be arduous to find recipes that don't include the ingredients you're allergic to. Angie Nelson created a way to have meals without the top 9 allergens, and the end result was her innovative idea of meal delivery kits. And with the help of an incredible chef, Executive Chef Gilbert Junge, who is skilled in food allergies, Safer Plate was born.   Angie and Chef Gil share the company's journey from inception. They talk about how a meal delivery company works and the process of getting their amazing meals delivered to homes, including recipe development and testing. They prove that you can remove the allergens and keep the flavor. Visit SaferPlate.com for additional information.

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Karina Longworth -- author, film critic, and host of the award-winning Hollywood history podcast, "You Must Remember This" -- joins Gilbert and Frank for a deep dive into a variety of fascinating topics, including: the reclusiveness of Dean Martin, the kinkiness of "The Black Cat," the mysterious deaths of Thomas Ince and William Desmond Taylor, the curious friendship between Ed Wood and Bela Lugosi and the premiere of YMRT's new season, "Erotic 80s." Also, Orson Welles romances Eartha Kitt, Patton Oswalt portrays Boris Karloff, JFK turns his back on Sammy Davis Jr. and William Randolph Hearst "takes a shot" at Charlie Chaplin. PLUS: The genius of Polly Platt! The trials of Fatty Arbuckle! The "secret" life of Errol Flynn! The dark magic of Kenneth Anger! And Gilbert and Karina debate the talents of Lon Chaney Jr! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.
101. New Alopecia Treatment, New Way for Nuclear Fusion, Saving Dying Organs

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 28:30


News: Scientists Say New Treatment Lets Alopecia Patients Regrow Hair | Futurism (01:14) Scientists at Yale announced this week that a common arthritis medication (baricitinib) appears to help alopecia patients regrow their hair. a potential treatment for a widespread autoimmune condition. Baricitinib is used to reduce pain, stiffness, and swelling in adults with rheumatoid arthritis after other treatments have failed. Helps slow the progression of bone and joint damage. It is a Janus kinase (JAK) inhibitor  Janus kinase (JAK) inhibitors are a group of medications that inhibit activity and response of one or more of the Janus kinase enzymes (JAK1, JAK2, JAK3, and TYK2). These enzymes normally promote inflammation and autoimmunity. Alopecia is a common autoimmune disorder that causes hair loss Affects people of all ages, although it most commonly appears in adolescence or early adulthood.  Affects 1 in every 500 to 1,000 people in the United States. There is currently no FDA-approved treatment for the disease. Dr. Brett King, lead author on the study told Yale news:“This is so exciting, because the data clearly show how effective baricitinib is … These large, controlled trials tell us that we can alleviate some of the suffering from this awful disease.” For the study, the researchers conducted two large, randomized trials involving a total of 1,200 people. For 36 weeks, participants were given a daily dose of either 4 milligrams of baricitinib, 2 milligrams of baricitinib, or a placebo. One-third of the patients who received the larger dose grew hair back. The researchers stated that baricitinib thwarts the disease by disrupting the communication of immune cells involved in harming hair follicles.  Hopefully this medication will be proven to be safe & effective and approved by regulators.   Waymo says fully driverless rides are coming to San Francisco | The Verge (06:47) Waymo plans to start offering rides in its fully autonomous vehicles — without human safety drivers behind the wheel — in San Francisco.  They join a waitlist and, once approved, sign non-disclosure agreements to get access to the company's early technology. As of right now it is only available to employees but will soon grow to include members of the company's “Trusted Tester” program. The Trusted Tester program is for customers interested in using Waymo's robotaxis.  The vehicles will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, Waymo says. Additionally, Waymo is making moves in Arizona.Growing to include downtown Phoenix after operating exclusively in the exurban towns of Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, and Tempe for nearly five years. Waymo has been running fully driverless rides without a safety driver in those towns outside of Phoenix for more than a year now.  They must be confident they have enough data to move forward with autonomous taxis.Last year, the company logged the most miles driven autonomously of all the companies permitted to test in the state: 2.3 million miles, a huge increase over 2020, when it had about 629,000 miles driven, and even the pre-pandemic year of 2019, with 1.45 million. The expansion of Waymo's service area in Phoenix and the imminent launch of driverless rides in San Francisco signal the company's sense of confidence that its vehicles can operate safely and efficiently in more dense, urban environments.    Quantum technology could make charging electric cars as fast as pumping gas | Phys.org (12:10) For a long time, batteries had far lower energy density than those offered by hydrocarbons, which resulted in very low ranges of early electric vehicles.Improvements in battery technologies eventually allowed the drive ranges of electric cars to be within acceptable levels However, despite the vast improvements in battery technology, today's consumers of electric vehicles face another difficulty: slow battery charging speed.Takes about 10 hours to fully recharge at home Even the fastest superchargers require up to 20 to 40 minutes to fully recharge This creates additional costs and inconvenience to the customers. To address this problem, scientists looked for answers in the field of quantum physics.Which led to a discovery that quantum technologies may promise new mechanisms to charge batteries at a faster rate.  It was theorized that quantum resources, such as entanglement, can be used to vastly speed up the battery charging process by charging all cells within the battery simultaneously in a collective manner. Conventional batteries collective charging is not possible, where the cells are charged in parallel independently of one another.  In this most recent study, researchers were able to precisely quantify how much charging speed can be achieved with this collective charging scheme vs parallel. The charging speed increases linearly with the number of cells in classical batteries. The study showed, however, that quantum batteries employing global operation can achieve quadratic scaling in charging speed. To illustrate this, consider a typical electric vehicle with a battery that contains about 200 cells. Charging time at home would be cut from 10 hours to about 3 minutes. Quantum charging would lead to a 200 times speedup over classical batteries,  High-speed charging stations, the charge time would be cut from 30 minutes to mere seconds. Of course, quantum technologies are still in their infancy and there is a long way to go before these methods can be implemented in practice. However, this study creates a promising direction and can incentivize the funding agencies and businesses to further invest in these technologies.   HB11's hydrogen-boron laser fusion test yields groundbreaking results | New Atlas (18:24) Australian company HB11 is approaching nuclear fusion from an entirely new angle, using high power, high precision lasers instead of hundred-million-degree temperatures to start the reaction.The 1st demo ​​produced 10 times more fusion reactions than expected The company started tooting their own horn: “the only commercial entity to achieve fusion so far [making it] the global frontrunner in the race to commercialize the holy grail of clean energy." Just to summarize quickly what is required for fusion: Like throwing powerful magnets at each other in space Most companies try to replicate this by magnetically confining hydrogen atoms in a plasma In order to smash atoms together hard enough to make them fuse together and form a new element, you need to overcome the incredibly strong repulsive forces that push two positively-charged nuclei apart.  The Sun accomplishes this by having a huge amount of hydrogen atoms packed into a plasma that's superheated to tens of millions of degrees at its core. HB11 is using a different approach that doesn't require huge amounts of heat, or tricky, radioactive fuels like tritium.Takes advantage of recent advances in ultra-high powered "chirped pulse amplification" lasers that can produce monstrous, unprecedented power levels over 10 petawatts. An HB11 reactor would be a mostly empty metal sphere, with a "modestly sized" boron fuel pellet held in the middle, and apertures in two spots on the sphere for a pair of lasers. One laser, in combination with a capacitive coil, is used to establish a powerful kilotesla magnetic containment field for the plasma. The second is used to massively accelerate hydrogen atoms through the boron sample. The reactor is not heating things up in the hope that they'll smack together at speed.It is aiming the hydrogen right at the boron and using these bleeding-edge lasers to make it go so fast that it'll fuse if it hits a nucleus. Hydrogen-boron fusion doesn't create heat, it merely creates "naked" positively charged helium atoms, or alpha particles They collect that charge to create energy, rather than needing to superheat steam and drive turbines. Initial experiments on laser-triggered chain reactions returned reaction rates a billion times higher than anticipated, and then seem pretty happy about it and a little cocky:“This is many orders of magnitude higher than those reported by any other fusion company, most of which have not generated any reaction despite billions of dollars invested in the field. The results show great potential for clean energy generation: hydrogen-boron reactions use fuels that are safe and abundant, don't create neutrons in the primary reaction so cause insignificant amounts of short-lived waste, and can provide large-scale power for base-load grid electricity or hydrogen generation." Mitochondrial transplants between living cells could save dying organs | ETH News (23:53) In a technological breakthrough, researchers at ETH Zurich have announced the development of a new technique that can transplant mitochondria.Mitochondria are the tiny powerhouses of the cell where the processes of cellular respiration take place In their research, recently published in the journal PLOS Biology, the group successfully used a ‘nanosyringe' they had previously developed to transplant mitochondria from one living cell to another. In more detail:These cylindrical nanosyringes were specially developed for this study, the researchers pierced the cell membrane and sucked up the spherical mitochondria. They then pierced the membrane of a different cell and pumped the mitochondria back out of the nanosyringe into the recipient cell. The position of the nanosyringe is controlled by laser light from a converted atomic force microscope. A pressure regulator adjusts the flow, allowing scientists to transfer incredibly small volumes of fluid in the femtoliter range (millionths of a millionth of a milliliter) during organelle transplants The transplanted mitochondria have a high survival rate – more than 80 percent. The injected mitochondria begin to fuse with the filamentous network of the new cell 20 minutes after transplantation. The technique could be deployed as a way of treating diseased organs, but may also find use in the realm of anti-aging, rejuvenating stem cells that deteriorate in metabolic activity as we grow older.

St. Anne's Catholic Media Podcast
Fifth Sunday of Lent (Homily) - Father Timothy Dogo

St. Anne's Catholic Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 18:17


Catholic homilies and Mass readings from St. Anne Roman Catholic Parish in Gilbert, Arizona

St. Anne's Catholic Media Podcast
Fifth Sunday of Lent (Homily) - Father Joal Bernales

St. Anne's Catholic Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 11:14


Catholic homilies and Mass readings from St. Anne Roman Catholic Parish in Gilbert, Arizona

RNZ: Saturday Morning
Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert: surviving 804 days in an Iranian prison

RNZ: Saturday Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 52:24


The 12th of September 2018 is a day Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert will never forget. The Australian-British academic had travelled to Iran to attend a seminar on Shia Islam and was about to return to Australia when she was suddenly detained by the feared Islamic Revolutionary Guards at the airport gate in Tehran.

MORNING KOMBAT WITH LUKE THOMAS AND BRIAN CAMPBELL
MK WINS! | Gilbert Burns Speaks | Spence & Charlo | Fan Questions | Ep. 284

MORNING KOMBAT WITH LUKE THOMAS AND BRIAN CAMPBELL

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 132:59


On Episode 284 of Morning Kombat Luke and Brian open the show by celebrating their award for "Best Sports Podcast" at the Sports Podcast awards. What does that mean for the show? Next up the guys revisit the Gilbert Burns and Derrick James interviews. Who are these secret russian fighters training with Gilbert? Could Errol Spence Jr. really fight Jermell Charlo? The guys answer a few fan questions and close out the show with Dead wrong and a homework review of Encanto. (12:00) - MK Wins! (26:30) - Gilbert Burns Speaks (47:40) - Derrick James (74:00) - Fan Questions Morning Kombat' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox, Google Podcasts, Bullhorn and wherever else you listen to podcasts.    For more Combat Sports coverage subscribe here: youtube.com/MorningKombat   Follow our hosts on Twitter: @BCampbellCBS, @lthomasnews, @MorningKombat    For Morning Kombat gear visit:morning kombat.store   Follow our hosts on Instagram: @BrianCampbell, @lukethomasnews, @MorningKombat Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Briefing
Two years in an Iranian prison: Kylie Moore-Gilbert

The Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 23:51


Imagine being locked-up in an Iranian prison for more than two years – when you're innocent.   Kylie Moore-Gilbert, an Australian expert on Islam, went to Iran in late August 2018 to attend a seminar. Three weeks later, as she checked-in at Tehran Airport to return home, she was arrested.   Iranian authorities accused her of being a spy and she was jailed for 10 years, thrown into a high-security prison run by Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps.  Kylie joins us to tell us how she survived, what it was like in solitary confinement in a two-by-two metre cell….and how her family and friends told the world of her plight, eventually securing her release.  Her new book is called ‘The Uncaged Sky'   Todays Headlines Ukraine's president addresses Australian parliament Albanese pledges to fix aged care NSW floods death toll rises Aussie journo remains locked up in China   Follow The Briefing DON'T FORGET TO SIGN UP FOR THE BRIEFING NEWSLETTER. LINK IS IN OUR BIO ON INSTAGRAM Instagram: @thebriefingpodcast  Facebook: TheBriefingNewsAU Twitter: @TheBriefingAU  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Weber State Weekly
SOFTBALL: Gigi Money: Freshman OF Gianna Memoli

Weber State Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 52:40


We're talking defense this week with Freshman OF Gianna Memoli. We talk about the change from hot Gilbert, AZ to snow-capped Ogden, UT and what attracted her to the Wildcats.Then, it was a week of high highs and low lows, as the Wildcats defeated the Utes in Ogden for the first time since 2019, but dropped their third straight to Utah State in Logan on a walkoff home run. Our panel will talk through the week and what it could mean for conference play starting this weekend in Pocatello.And, it's Fact or Cap. Can our panel smell a fake stat? We'll find out.Special thanks to our sponsor, Studio NINE 8. Check out their selection of custom made rings on their website, StudioNINE8.com. Made by Wildcats, for Wildcats.Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or join the Wildcat Fans FB group.

Working Western Women
Jenny Gilbert - Life is short GO ROPE!

Working Western Women

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 38:13


Jenny Gilbert is the owner and founder of the Go Rope clothing company. Jenny shares the touching story for starting the company, and the influence her family, specifically her Dad, had on starting a business. Find the Go Rope merchandise https://goropeclothing.com Instagram https://instagram.com/goropeclothing?utm_medium=copy_link I love your feedback! If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions of ladies that would be great guests please reach out to me! Instagram: @working.western.women Email: Workingwesternwomen@hotmail.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Radio Maria France
2022-03-25 Témoignage du Père Gilbert

Radio Maria France

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 16:42


2022-03-25 Témoignage du Père Gilbert by Radio Maria France

Apostolic Rock Church Of Bakersfield
Who Do You Want To Be Like - 03-20-22 PM - Bro Gilbert Pearson

Apostolic Rock Church Of Bakersfield

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 30:55


Who Do You Want To Be Like - 03-20-22 PM - Bro Gilbert Pearson

Apostolic Rock Church Of Bakersfield
The Power Of The Preached Word - 03-20-22 AM - Bro Gilbert Pearson

Apostolic Rock Church Of Bakersfield

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 36:42


The Power Of The Preached Word - 03-20-22 AM - Bro Gilbert Pearson

Apostolic Rock Church Of Bakersfield
Don't Stop Feeding The Calf - 03-16-22 - Bro Gilbert Pearson

Apostolic Rock Church Of Bakersfield

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 27:17


Don't Stop Feeding The Calf - 03-16-22 - Bro Gilbert Pearson

WHAT A TRIP with Gio
Curtis Blaydes KO's Chris Daukaus , UFC 273 PREVIEW, KHAMZAT RETURNS

WHAT A TRIP with Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 30:00


On this episode of What a Trip we recap another epic fight night with fans in attendance . From hometown favorites Matt brown to Heavyweight Contenders. We also preview the April 9th card headlines by Volkanovski vs Korean Zombie! KHAMZAT IS BACK we take a look ahead into his matchup with Gilbert and the potential Fallout .

Daily Prophet: Talks from leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Elder Gilbert: Becoming More in Christ - The Parable of the Slope (Oct 2021)

Daily Prophet: Talks from leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 9:49


In the Lord's timing, it is not where we start but where we are headed that matters most.

Andy Frasco's World Saving Podcast
EP 165: Gilbert Gottfried & Frank Santopadre

Andy Frasco's World Saving Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 78:05


As a wise man once said: "sometimes you gotta dip those balls in the fountain of youth, baby." He may be alive and well, but will Andy find the strength to leave Puerto Rico? Praised be the gods of comedy as we're graced with the voices of angels on the Interview Hour this week; Kings of the crude joke: Gilbert Gottfried and Frank Santopadre! The boys talk legacy, crafting a filthy joke, and Andy's excellent segues. End episode summary. Get your voyeur kicks in now by watching this episode via youtube.  Follow us on Instagram @worldsavingpodcast For more information on Andy Frasco, the band and/or the blog, go to: AndyFrasco.com Check out Andy's new song, "Wash, Rinse, Repeat" on iTunes, Spotify  Listen to Gilbert & Frank's Podcast! www.gilbertpodcast.com Produced by Andy Frasco Joe Angelhow Chris Lorentz Audio mix by Chris Lorentz Featuring: The Super Cocuzza Bros. Arno Bakker

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
The Godfather's 50th Anniversary with Mark Seal

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 78:16


Vanity Fair editor and award-winning journalist Mark Seal, author of the sensational behind-the-scenes book, "Leave the Gun, Take the Cannoli" joins Gilbert and Frank to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Francis Ford Coppola and Mario Puzo's 1972 mob masterpiece, "The Godfather." Also in this episode: Burt Lancaster closes in, Vic Damone bows out, Marlon Brando pulls off a shocking transformation and the mafia takes offense at the word "mafia." PLUS: The music of Nino Rota! The genius of Dick Smith! Gilbert roasts Abe Vigoda! Mark climbs into bed with Robert Evans! James Caan's performance is inspired by...Don Rickles!? And Richard Castellano ad-libs one of the greatest lines in movie history! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Just Baseball Show
189 | Prospects Mailbag!

The Just Baseball Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 75:03


Jack and Aram answer questions submitted on Twitter about MLB's future stars. How much does Floor vs. Ceiling matter when ranking prospects? (@kazeemthedream6) Who is the best all around catcher between Moreno, Cartaya, Alvarez and will any of them eventually move to first or DH given their hitting ability? (@Call_Up_Bleday) Has MacKenzie Gore proven he is back from the yips with this solid Spring Training, and deserving/ready to potentially be the fifth man in the Padres rotation or do you need to see more? How much do you think Ruben Niebla played a factor in his bounce back spring? (@JoshuaDLandis) What do you think George Kirby's ceiling is? And with the Mariners' big three starters (Gilbert, Kirby, Hancock) how high do you feel on them as a unit? (@OGGhost) What player comparisons do you believe are the floors and ceilings for Spencer Torkelson and Riley Greene? (@MizeUpNext) What's Nolan Gorman's ceiling? (@Matt2Frosty) Reds prospect Elly De La Cruz- when do you expect him to make big league team, and any comparisons to current MLB players? (@Ethanfulkerson1) Do you think it's worth it for the Padres to attach one of their top-tier prospects (Abrams, Hassell, Campusano, Gore) in order to deal Hosmer? Or do they just need to hang tight? (@Javiipeno) What do y'all think the ceiling is for hunter greene and dauri moreta? Also do you think lopez will get a legit chance for the reds? (@transcincyfan) The Yankees have a ton of prospects on the way up. And at the major league level, they have a lot of stop gaps on the roster. What prospects, if any this season can make a big impact on the Yankees' major league roster? (@PinstripePals) what to make of prospects that are a few years removed from top 100 lists, but have yet to really take off at the major league level? Seems guys like Jo Adell, Taylor Trammell, etc, are forgotten if they don't make immediate impacts. (@ChewingCast) I'd like to hear about some prospects you guys have been super high on that missed. You all seem to have a very good track record, I'd be interested to know of any you may have liked that didn't pan out. (@OfficiallyJace) Free Agency Thread Get Your Just Baseball Merch! Check out our website: https://www.justbaseball.com/ Personal Twitters: @peterappel23, @jack_mcmullen11, @aramleighton8 New MLB Prospects Podcast: The Call-Up! Check out our New College Baseball Podcast Please subscribe and leave a five-star review if you enjoy the Just Baseball Show on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

St. Anne's Catholic Media Podcast
Fourth Sunday of Lent (Homily) - Father Timothy Dogo

St. Anne's Catholic Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2022 17:20


Catholic homilies and Mass readings from St. Anne Roman Catholic Parish in Gilbert, Arizona

St. Anne's Catholic Media Podcast
Fourth Sunday of Lent (Homily) - Father Joal Bernales

St. Anne's Catholic Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2022 10:57


Catholic homilies and Mass readings from St. Anne Roman Catholic Parish in Gilbert, Arizona

ATP Tennis Radio
PODCAST - Hurkacz, Fritz, Isner, Rublev, Berrettini, Tipsarevic, Gilbert & Liam Smith.

ATP Tennis Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2022 38:57


This week's programme is presented by Seb Lauzier and the details are...HUBERT HURKACZ FEATURE FROM ATP UNCOVERED - The Pole looks back on his journey to the 2021 Miami Open title - ‘Just a huge moment for me and I also I hope I inspired some people in Poland to play some tennis and for younger kids, it's possible that you can do it'.TAYLOR FRITZ INTERVIEW - Speaking to Mike Cation, the newly-crowned Indian Wells Champion who was injured in the final explains that - ‘Paul Annacone (coach) always tells me that good players are defined by their ability to win and their ability to get through matches when they are not playing their best'.JOHN ISNER FEATURE FROM ATP UNCOVERED - The giant American looks back on his historic victory at the 2018 Miami Open event, which signalled the final time the Masters tournament was played in Key Biscayne - ‘It felt amazing, that crowd was amazing that day, it was the last match ever in that cool stadium and it meant a lot to me'.ANDEY RUBLEV INTERVIEW - The world number 7 reflects on a great start to the season - 'The last four tournaments have been crazy for me, two titles and two semi-finals which I have never done before'MATTEO BERRETTINI INTERVIEW - Injury eventually prevented from taking to court, but at least the Italian had many other distractions to keep him occupied - ‘Miami is a city that can give you a lot, so it's difficult to focus on the tennis sometimes, but it's great to have so many sports, I've seen the formula one already, of course I've seen the stadium here and where they played the Super Bowl, so it's a city of sport'FEATURE ON COURT POSITIONING - Quotes taken mainly from the World Tennis Conference and featuring coaches Liam Smith, Janko Tipsarevic & Brad Gilbert, plus thoughts from Daniil Medvedev, speaking in Miami.Liam Smith - ‘I think sometimes a lot of young players are just told to play a certain way and there's not always enough education or awareness of the situation about where you need to be on the court'Janko Tipsarevic - ‘In my opinion the real aggressive play in the modern day tennis player is not being done with the speed of the arm, but rather how fast you're cutting the angles, covering the court and positioning yourself on court to take away time and space from your opponent'Brad Gilbert - ‘Everbody is always focussed on their game, what they can do and what they can't do. I was always thinking about my opponents strengths and weaknesses'.Daniil Medvedev - ‘I see that I win more points and play better when I return from a far position and in general I just feel that brings me more victories'Commentary inserts from Lee Goodall, Nick Lester and Arvind Parmar

St. Anne's Catholic Media Podcast
Fourth Sunday of Lent (Homily) - Father David Mbimadong

St. Anne's Catholic Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 10:04


Catholic homilies and Mass readings from St. Anne Roman Catholic Parish in Gilbert, Arizona

No Filter
804 Days In An Iranian Prison: Kylie Moore-Gilbert

No Filter

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 56:47


Want more of Kylie? Listen to Mia's bonus episode with her here. On the 12th of September, 2018, Australian Academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert was arrested at Tehran's International Airport in Iran. She spent 804 days incarcerated in Tehran's Evin and Qarchak prison for espionage, a crime she never committed. She was an innocent Australian stuck in a foreign prison...with no way of getting home. Kylie's story about her imprisonment, and what happened after she was finally released is unbelievable. Except it really happened. END BITS: With thanks to Kylie Moore Gilbert. Find her book The Uncaged Sky here: https://bit.ly/3DazEDI  Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at podcast@mamamia.com.au Need more lols, info, and inspo in your ears? Find more Mamamia podcasts here. Check out our No Filter YouTube channel here. CREDITS: Host: Mia Freedman. You can find Mia on Instagram here and get her newsletter here. Producer: Gia Moylan Executive Producer: Elissa Ratliff Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading or listening to our content, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.au  Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tomorrow's Leader
#257 - Leadership and Ethics with Chris Gilbert

Tomorrow's Leader

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 28:06


In this episode, host John Laurito talks with Author, Speaker, and Co-Founder of Noble Edge Consulting, Christopher Gilbert, PhD. They talk about the importance of being an ethical leader and what it takes to become one. Being an ethical leader inspires your employees and everyone around you to behave ethically and helps you in terms of your credibility and reputation. So you have nothing to lose and more to gain.Dr. Christopher Gilbert is an organizational development professional serving as a strategic facilitator and leadership and operations consultant. With an international clientele, he has accompanied profit and non-profit senior management and cross-functional levels of the Fortune 1000, government agencies and NGOs in the US, Canada, and countries in Asia and Africa. Whether providing a keynote speech or facilitating a workshop or team coaching session, Dr. Gilbert brings a unique blend of practical experience, humor, and accessible personal connection into all of his work.  Dr. Gilbert has extensive experience facilitating executive retreats and Board and management sessions for strategic and operational planning, partnering, collaborative negotiations, building clarity, alignment and execution readiness, and creativity for innovation and product development. As a specialist in change management, Dr. Gilbert spearheads work in strategic planning, leadership excellence, organizational and team effectiveness, and corporate training solutions. He is a business conduct and sustainability leader, implementing highly successful community responsibility and global engagement programs. He completed work for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on a ground-breaking, sustainable food security program focused on human capacity development across four nations of sub-Saharan Africa. Within the sphere of higher education, Dr. Gilbert has served as COO for Bainbridge Graduate Institute and global faculty at the University of Washington and educational institutions in the US, China, Switzerland, Iran, and the Russian Republic.Connect with Chris at:Website: www.nobleedgeconsulting.comGrab a copy of the book:  The Noble Edge: Reclaiming an Ethical World One Choice at a Time Show notes:[2:32] How did Chris get into business ethics?[6:44] On ethical issues, decision making[8:37] Trends on ethical issues[10:16] To unethical leaders[13:25] Transparency versus authenticity[17:31] On leaders not being honest or transparent[20:43] Mediocre leaders and great ones[25:07] Chris' book: The Noble Edge[26:08] Where to find more of Chris?[27:38] OutroGet a copy of Tomorrow's Leader on Amazon https://tinyurl.com/huseae9hText LEADER to 617-393-5383 to receive The Top 10 Things That The Best Leaders Are Doing Right NowFor questions, suggestions, or speaker inquiries, contact me at

This Travel Tribe
Our Family's Favorite Things to do in Gilbert, Arizona from A to Z

This Travel Tribe

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 29:47


Gilbert, AZ! Have you heard of it? If you're coming to Phoenix or Scottsdale for a visit, don't overlook all of the fun you can have in Gilbert, AZ. Our family lives here and loves the Town of Gilbert. Today I'm sharing the things we love doing in Gilbert with different places that start with each letter of the alphabet. Ready? Let's get started with A…

Terminando con la trata
110: Relación de la Trata de Personas con el Abuso Sexual

Terminando con la trata

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 28:38


En este episodio Gilbert & Virginia Contreras dialogan con la licenciada en psicología Diana M. Flores Rojas de la organización Fin de la Esclavitud A.C. de México quien comparte con nuestra audiencia la relación entre la trata de personas y el abuso sexual. Recursos: direccion@findelaesclavitud.org contacto@findelaesclavitud.org diplomado@findelaesclavitud.org Línea Nacional contra la Trata de Personas y…

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
GGACP Classic: Barry Levinson

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 85:45


This week on "Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Classics"... GGACP celebrates the 40th anniversary of the beloved comedy "Diner" (released March, 1982) with this encore presentation of a special live interview (recorded at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival) with Oscar-winning writer-director Barry Levinson. In this episode, Barry recalls his early days as a sketch performer, his collaborations with comedy icons Mel Brooks, Carol Burnett and Tim Conway and the experience of directing Dustin Hoffman's Academy Award-winning performance in "Rain Man."  Also, Warren Beatty breaks hearts, Jackie Gayle riffs on "Bonanza," Rodney Dangerfield runs afoul of the law and Barry and Gilbert recall the unsold pilot "Toast of Manhattan." PLUS: Lohman and Barkley! The curse of The Mummy! The brilliance of Bruno Kirby! The "magic" of Art Metrano! Jack Riley salutes Jack Benny! And Barry remembers the dynamic Robin Williams!   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tough Girl Podcast
Miriam Diaz Gilbert - Runner since 1989; ultra-runner since 2005. Training for her 30th ultra - the Dawn to Dusk to Dawn 24-hr track ultra in May 2022.

Tough Girl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 35:39


Miriam in her own words:   “I am also an ordinary ultra runner. I have finished eight 50 mile ultras, three 100 mile ultras, six 24-hour, 1 48-hour ultra, and one 60 hour ultra. I also ran several virtual ultras and marathons during the Covid-19 pandemic.   I began running ultras after watching Leslie Stahl interview elite world-class ulta runners Dean Karnazes and Pam Reed on 60 Minutes in 2004.    I have been running ultras since 2005. Prior to running ultras, I completed nine marathons, eight half-marathons, one 10 miler, and five 5Ks. I have been running competitively since 1989.   I am a published author, freelance writer, interviewer, and book reviewer. You can read my publications in the Writing Life tab. In my blog you'll find interviews with ultrarunners, such as Jacob Moss, Kevin Hoegler, Dean Karnazes, Camille Herron, Bart Yasso, Charlie Engle, Pamela Chapman Markle, Catra Corbett, Gene Dykes, and Peter Morgan.I  write book reviews, and articles about gardening, the national parks, spirituality, cancer caregiving, and more.    I am a cancer caregiver. I have been running virtual ultra running events during the Covid-19 pandemic to raise money for a GoFundMe campaign I established - Ultra Care for Cancer Caregivers."    New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out.    The Tough Girl Podcast is being sponsored throughout March by @inov_8   Use TOUGHGIRL20 to get your 20% discount on all trainers and running gear. www.inov-8.com      Show notes Who is Miriam Born and raised in Connecticut  Starting to get into running after a break-up 2005 - running her first 50 mile Ultra Marathon Getting hooked on ultra running Why she loves running Plotting her next ultra Turning 63 years young Being a writer and a blogger in 2017 Writing for the Huffington Post and working on her memoir  Being her husbands cancer care giver  Learning more about her childhood and early years Not being athletic as a child  Being the tallest girl in the class Using running to reduce stress Running 9 marathons but finding that there were too many people Placing 3rd in her first 24hr race Running a 3 mile loop around a lake in Massachusetts Dealing with some health challenges Having a hysterectomy in 2012 Dealing with complications post surgery Allowing her body time to heal Going back to her first ultra Running an ultra of gratitude Mental resilience while running Using running to heal her body Feeling blessed to be running Why she knows she is never running alone Feeling god's presence  Running with purpose  Coming in dead last in her 2nd ultra and why it was joyful  Focusing on track ultras Making running work for her and John Celebrating her 60th birthday by running 60 miles on a 1 mile loop Dedicating a run to John and his surgeons  Running for others and wanting to raise funds for Cancer Care Givers Ultra Care for Cancer Care Givers  Training for her 30th ultra track race 99 laps to go! Pacing while running on a track  Running speed to reach 100 miles  How her running speed has changed over the years Starting off fast on track races What can happened during track ultra races Dealing with variables that you can't control Not wanting to risk any injury Fuelling and nutrition while running ultra races Having a vanilla milkshake at 50 miles  The power of ginger and how it helps with feelings of nausea  Dealing with sleep deprivation at mile 60/70 Starting to do strength training and going indoor climbing Not doing anything differently for rest and recovery Sleep is overrated!!!! Waking up automatically at 7am  Going to bed at 1am/2am  Her love of reading and writing book reviews for her website blog Having over 1,300 books in her home  How you can connect with Miriam How she got the name UltraMiriam Final words of advice to get you into ultra running Why you should work your way up and build up endurance Why you shouldn't compare yourself to other runners   Social Media   Website: www.miriamdiazgilbert.com   Facebook: @ultramiriam   Twitter: @ultramiriam   Instagram: @ultramiriam    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZtmb5-6ke5qkoVGMVRpCqw    ***   The Tough Girl Podcast is being sponsored by Inov-8    Use TOUGHGIRL20 to get your 20% discount on all trainers and running gear.    Get involved with the #MarchDailyMile Challenge.    Website: www.inov-8.com    Instagram: @inov_8   

Les voix du crime
38. Mort du petit Mathias : une enquête exemplaire pour "un crime odieux"

Les voix du crime

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 29:19


Le week-end du 6 mai 2006 est un week-end de fête à Moulins-en-Gilbert, un petit village de la Nièvre : le maire y organise un dîner dansant pour les habitants. Cette année-là, la salle des fêtes est comble. La soirée bat son plein... jusqu'à 22h30, heure à laquelle disparaît le petit Mathias Duchemin, 4 ans. Son corps est retrouvé le lendemain, à demi enterré dans le lit du Guignon, un cours d'eau à proximité. Mathias est nu, il a été violé. Très vite, la rumeur s'empare du village : qui a pu commettre ce crime atroce ? La "voix du crime" de cet épisode consacré à l'affaire Mathias Duchemin est le colonel de gendarmerie Jean-François Doublier. Au micro de Thomas Prouteau, il raconte l'enquête minutieuse qu'il a menée avec son équipe pour retrouver le coupable de ce meurtre sordide.

Vegas Nation - Raiders football podcast
Takeaways with Gilbert Manzano: Takeaways with Gilbert Manzano: Davante Adams in, leads Tyreek Hill out of the AFC West

Vegas Nation - Raiders football podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 27:44


In this episode of Vegas Nation: Takeaways Heidi Fang and Gilbert Manzano analyze how Davante Adams' trade led to Tyreek Hill leaving the AFC West for the Dolphins, what the landscape is of the division following the move and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Catholic Military Life
Megan Gilbert On Catholic Relief Services For Ukraine

Catholic Military Life

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 27:05


Catholic Relief Services (CRS) offers military families as well as the general public a way to help Ukrainians withstand the ongoing Russian invasion. In this edition of Catholic Military Life, the only official podcast of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, Ms. Megan Gilbert, CRS Communications Officer, shares what CRS is doing to provide humanitarian relief and how you can help.

Throwback Trivia Takedown
Ep. 90: Scott Barber vs. Will Gilbert

Throwback Trivia Takedown

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 48:11


Throwback Trivia Takedown takes trivia back to the glory days from the late 20th century to the early 2000's. Two challengers go head to head in a duel of the decades where the one with the most nostalgic knowledge of pop culture comes out victorious. Do you know your nostalgia? bfopnetwork.com

New Books in African American Studies
John W. I. Lee, "The First Black Archaeologist: A Life of John Wesley Gilbert" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 47:36


The First Black Archaeologist: A Life of John Wesley Gilbert (Oxford UP, 2022) reveals the untold story of a pioneering African American classical scholar, teacher, community leader, and missionary. Born into slavery in rural Georgia, John Wesley Gilbert (1863-1923) gained national prominence in the early 1900s, but his accomplishments are littleknown today. Using evidence from archives across the U.S. and Europe, from contemporary publications, and from newly discovered documents, this book chronicles, for the first time, Gilbert's remarkable journey. As we follow Gilbert from the segregated public schools of Augusta, Georgia, to the lecture halls of Brown University, to his hiring as the first black faculty member of Augusta's Paine Institute, and through his travels in Greece, western Europe, and the Belgian Congo, we learn about the development of African American intellectual and religious culture, and about the enormous achievements of an entire generation of black students and educators. Readers interested in the early development of American archaeology in Greece will find an entirely new perspective here, as Gilbert was one of the first Americans of any race to do archaeological work in Greece. Those interested in African American history and culture will gain an invaluable new perspective on a leading yet hidden figure of the late 1800s and early 1900s, whose life and work touched many different aspects of the African American experience. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Actor, comedian and director Frank Ferrante joins fellow "Marxists" Gilbert and Frank for a lively conversation about his affection for "A Day at the Races," his decades-long friendships with Arthur and Miriam Marx, his upcoming PBS special, "Frank Ferrante's Groucho" and portraying his comedy hero for three decades and in over 500 cities. Also, Uncle Miltie offers spit take lessons, Elaine Stritch does a kid a solid, Gilbert breaks bread with Henny Youngman and Albert Finney makes a play for Frank's girlfriend. PLUS: Morrie Ryskind! Gallagher & Shean! "Horse Feathers" turns 90! Frank meets George Fenneman! Remembering Hal Holbrook! And the boys pick their favorite Marx Brothers scene of all time! Ship more in less time with ShipStation. Just go to ShipStation.com, click on the microphone at the top of the page, and type in GILBERT to get a 60-day free trial. That's 2 months FREE of no-hassle, stress-free shipping.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

True Crime in the 50
Murder in Manhattan: New York's Patricidal Thomas Gilbert Jr.

True Crime in the 50

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 39:51


Thomas Gilbert Jr. was born into extravagant wealth, and grew up in the Hamptons and on Manhattan's posh Upper East Side. He attended elite schools such as The Buckley School, Deerfield Academy and Princeton University. Once he graduated college, he took off for years to surf in exotic locations like Brazil, Hawaii and South America, and his parents footed the bill. When he returned to New York, he ran in high-end social circles, dated relatives of famous actors, and received a hefty weekly allowance from his parents, who also paid his rent in upscale apartments. During this time, Gilbert never had a real job. But underneath the surface of this devastatingly handsome, rich and powerful man was an individual who was tortured by extreme mental health issues and drug addiction, which no professional or loved one could seem to properly diagnose or treat. This led to an increasingly volatile relationship with friends, girlfriends, and, preeminently, with his father, Thomas Gilbert Sr., that ultimately resulted in his death, in one of the most infamous patricidal cases of our time. Show Notes:https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/golden-boy-john-glatt/1137456178

In the Groove, Jazz and Beyond
Episode Mar 20 2022

In the Groove, Jazz and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2022 58:29


We start this show with swingin' "soul-jazz", with a new release from trombonist Matt Hall and classic sax from Dexter G. Next that slick CTI sound from Stanley Turrentine and Joe Farrell. Finally, back to Southern California with local favorites Gilbert and Holly. Playlist Artist ~ Name ~ Album Matt Hall ~ Biscuits & Gravy ~ I Hope to My Never Dexter Gordon ~ Society Red ~ Doin' Allright Stanley Turrentine ~ Sugar ~ Sugar Joe Farrell ~ Great Gorge ~ Moon Germs Gilbert Castellanos ~ This Is for Horace ~ Underground Holly Hofmann ~ Jack of Hearts ~ Low Life

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
03-18-22 - Great First Round Of Bracket Upsets Last Night - Gilbert Teens Busted Doing The Driveby Orbz Shooting Challenge - Brady's Worried About Shrinkflation Of Food Products

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 35:53


Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
GGACP Classic: Jonathan Lynn

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 100:58


To mark the 40th anniversary of the comedy classic "My Cousin Vinny," Gilbert and Frank present this encore from 2018 with actor-writer-director-raconteur Jonthan Lynn, who talks about iworking with legends Jerome Robbins and Tennessee Williams, sharing the stage with future Pythons John Cleese and Graham Chapman and the challenges of directing the memorable comedies "Clue" and "My Cousin Vinny." Also, Ed Sullivan loses his cool, Zero Mostel cracks wise, Steve Martin takes a crack at "Bilko" and Jonathan fights (and wins) for Marisa Tomei. PLUS: Chaplin comes to tea! Remembering Fred Gwynne! The genius of Madeline Kahn! Peter O'Toole goes Hollywood! And the truth behind the Orson Welles frozen peas ad! (Special thanks to our pal Rick Ungar!) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MMA Fighting
Trocação Franca | Gilbert Durinho: Foco no Chimaev, Covington na mira

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 80:29


Gilbert Burns x Khamzat Chimaev foi finalmente anunciado pelo UFC, e o niteroiense volta ao Trocação Franca para comentar a luta que ninguém mais queria topar. No bate-papo, Durinho analisa o jogo de Chimaev e revela que contratou dois russos em “sigilo” para treinar antes do UFC 273. O lutador explica, entre outros assuntos, por que gostaria de enfrentar Colby Covington na próxima rodada. O podcast recebe, ainda, o jornalista Coutinho, do Canal Encarada, para analisar o futuro de Alex Poatan após bater Bruno Blindado, e as derrotas de Thiago Marreta e Marlon Moraes, e mais. O melhor do MMA brasileiro no Trocação Franca, toda quarta-feira, com o jornalista Guilherme Cruz e convidados. Gilbert Burns vs. Khamzat Chimaev is finally official — and “Durinho” returns to Trocação Franca to break down the match no one else wanted in the UFC. Burns discusses Chimaev's game and reveals he's hired two “secret” Russians for his UFC 273 camp, as well as why he wants to face Colby Covington next. Then, Canal Encarada journalist Coutinho stops by to discuss what's next for Alex Pereira after his win over Bruno Blindado, the future of Thiago Santos and Marlon Moraes, and more. Listen to Trocação Franca with Guilherme Cruz every Wednesday to hear from the biggest names on the hottest topics in the Brazilian combat sports world. Follow Guilherme Cruz @Guicruzzz Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dYpsgH Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/u8VvLi Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/eFhsvM Like MMAF on Facebook: http://goo.gl/uhdg7Z Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/nOATUI Read More: http://www.mmafighting.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Grammy and Emmy-nominated musician and historian Michael Feinstein serenades Gilbert and Frank with classic tunes from the "Great American Songbook" and talks about performing at Hollywood parties, dining with Frank Sinatra, "accompanying" Judy Garland, befriending Rosemary Clooney and Ira Gershwin and recording his latest album "Gershwin Country." Also, Paul Lynde gets plastered, Liberace morphs into Carol Channing, Irving Berlin begs Groucho not to perform his songs and Vincent Price carries on the memory of Dolores del Rio. PLUS: Bert Lahr! The music of Hugh Martin! The genius of Yip Harburg! Peter Lorre meets...Peter Lorre! Uncle Hymie inspires Inigo Montoya! And Michael favors the boys with "I Love a Piano" and "Lydia the Tattooed Lady"!  (Special thanks to Susan Madore, Mario Cantone and Land Romo)  Shop Solo Stove now and get up to 30% off fire pits all month long, use promo code GILBERT at checkout to get an extra $20 off. Plus a lifetime warranty and FREE 30-day returns. Start hiring RIGHT NOW with a SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLAR SPONSORED JOB CREDIT to upgrade your job post at Indeed.com/GILBERT. Offer valid through March 31st. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices