Podcast appearances and mentions of John Emery

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Best podcasts about John Emery

Latest podcast episodes about John Emery

Out The Box Podcast
OUT THE BOX E124: LSU FOOTBALL TAKES DOWN THE BULLDOGS

Out The Box Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 40:44


On this episode of the Out The Box Podcast, John and James are recording as John James Luke is entering the world! We recap LSU Football's massive win against Mike Leach's "Air Raid" in Tiger Stadium. We give our thoughts on Jayden Daniels, John Emery's return, and our defense's dominant performance. We then round out the show with the famous House Always Wins Segment in which we look to sweep this week's college and NFL picks!Sponsored by Draft Kings, House Bar In Tigerland, Blaine Loupe with Keller Williams Realty, and Work Box LLC. A Boot Krewe Media Production. Follow us on Facebook (OutTheBoxPod), Twitter (@OutTheBoxPod), and Instagram (outtheboxpod)If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat  (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA).21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.

College Football Voice of the South
The Southern Beat w/ Dan Mathews Episode 45

College Football Voice of the South

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 74:47


Dan is back to get you ready for week three. He previews the Auburn-Penn State, LSU-Mississippi State, Georgia-South Carolina, Texas A&M-Miami and Ole Miss-Georgia Tech games. We talk the Hurricanes at Aggies with John Michaels of 680 The Fan and State of the U podcast. Plus, Neal McCready of Rebel Grove talks Ole Miss. Dan finishes the show by talking about the coach-media relationship. Plus, some news on Texas and Oklahoma to the SEC. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

LSU Daily
John Emery's Role vs MSU | LSU-OU Future Series Canceled | Paul Byrd Interview

LSU Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 32:31


Southern Sports Today
The Southern Beat w/ Dan Mathews Episode 45

Southern Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 73:16


Dan is back to get you ready for week three. He previews the Auburn-Penn State, LSU-Mississippi State, Georgia-South Carolina, Texas A&M-Miami and Ole Miss-Georgia Tech games. We talk the Hurricanes at Aggies with John Michaels of 680 The Fan and State of the U podcast. Plus, Neal McCready of Rebel Grove talks Ole Miss. Dan finishes the show by talking about the coach-media relationship. Plus, some news on Texas and Oklahoma to the SEC. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Georgia Bulldogs
The Southern Beat w/ Dan Mathews Episode 45

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 73:16


Dan is back to get you ready for week three. He previews the Auburn-Penn State, LSU-Mississippi State, Georgia-South Carolina, Texas A&M-Miami and Ole Miss-Georgia Tech games. We talk the Hurricanes at Aggies with John Michaels of 680 The Fan and State of the U podcast. Plus, Neal McCready of Rebel Grove talks Ole Miss. Dan finishes the show by talking about the coach-media relationship. Plus, some news on Texas and Oklahoma to the SEC. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

After Further Review
What to Expect from John Emery? - After Further Review, September 14, 2022

After Further Review

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 44:38


In hour one of After Further Review, Matt recaps Brian Kelly's appearance on the SEC Teleconference. What can we expect from John Emery in his first game back with LSU?We react to the first Saints injury report of the week. Matt goes around the SEC. Taylor Calandro wraps the hour with Bourbon Dictionary.

The Film Detective Podcast
E46. Philo Vance, Detective: The Magic Murder Case (1/1/1949)

The Film Detective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 29:18


Join host, Carl Amari, for a radio re-broadcast of Philo Vance, Detective. Featuring vocal talent by Jackson Beck.Originally appearing as a fictional amateur detective featured in 12 crime novels by S. S. Van Dine in the 1920s and 1930s, the radio adventures of Detective Philo Vance were first broadcast to listeners across the airwaves in 1945. Did you know that three radio drama series were created with Philo Vance as the title character? The first series, broadcast by NBC, starred José Ferrer. A summer replacement series in 1946 starred John Emery as Vance, and the best-known series (and the one of which most episodes survived) ran from 1948 to 1950 in Frederick Ziv syndication and starred Jackson Beck.Originally airing 1/1/1949, gather around for this week's episode in "The Magic Murder Case," with Philo Vance!Enjoying The Film Detective?You can watch this episode here.Or connect with us here:FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeWant even more? Subscribe to our Newsletter here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
9-13-22 Hour 2: Jimbo's Offense, Bald is Beautiful, Mike Detillier

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 50:32


Bo and Blake talk SEC football and the NFL in the second hour of the show live in the BankPlus Studio. The guys start off the hour talking about the New Orleans Saints and their comeback win in week 1 against Atlanta. Bo and Blake discuss Texas A&M and Jimbo Fisher's offense as they have struggled against lesser competition to start the season. It's national bald is beautiful day and so the guys celebrate by talking about the greatest bald athletes. LSU insider Mike Detillier joins the show on the Yuengling Lager guest line to talk about the upcoming week 3 matchup between LSU and Mississippi State. Mike previews the deep south match up and takes a look at LSU's struggles on the offensive line. Mike discusses LSU running back John Emery's suspension and how it was mishandled by the NCAA. Mike talks about the questions marks on the Tiger's offense and tells Mississippi State fans what they can expect from the LSU defense. Mike makes his pick for Saturday between LSU and Mississippi State. Mike gives his thoughts on the New Orleans Saints and their comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons. Mike talks about how Michael Thomas looked after a significant amount of time off the field. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
7-13-22 Mike Detillier

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 30:32


LSU insider Mike Detillier joins the show on the Yuengling Lager guest line to talk about the upcoming week 3 matchup between LSU and Mississippi State. Mike previews the deep south match up and takes a look at LSU's struggles on the offensive line. Mike discusses LSU running back John Emery's suspension and how it was mishandled by the NCAA. Mike talks about the questions marks on the Tiger's offense and tells Mississippi State fans what they can expect from the LSU defense. Mike makes his pick for Saturday between LSU and Mississippi State. Mike gives his thoughts on the New Orleans Saints and their comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons. Mike talks about how Michael Thomas looked after a significant amount of time off the field. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds
7-13-22 Mike Detillier on MSU vs. LSU

Out of Bounds with Bo Bounds

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 25:51


LSU insider Mike Detillier joins the show on the Yuengling Lager guest line to talk about the upcoming week 3 matchup between LSU and Mississippi State. Mike previews the deep south match up and takes a look at LSU's struggles on the offensive line. Mike discusses LSU running back John Emery's suspension and how it was mishandled by the NCAA. Mike talks about the questions marks on the Tiger's offense and tells Mississippi State fans what they can expect from the LSU defense. Mike makes his pick for Saturday between LSU and Mississippi State. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

LSU Tigers Podcast - The Bengal Tiger
Monday Mailbag! Who should start at LB and Center for LSU? Concern level for MSU?

LSU Tigers Podcast - The Bengal Tiger

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 31:10 Very Popular


On this episode, Shea and Brune take your questions and answer them on the weekly Monday Mailbag episode! The two discuss the linebacker and center situation, John Emery's return, concern level for Mississippi State and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Jordy Culotta Show
TUESDAY POD 8-30-22! Sports Agent Robert Brock Plan 365 Sports! LSU RB John Emery! Taylor O'Brien from Tailored Technique! How Dare Brian Kelly not name a starting QB?!

The Jordy Culotta Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 124:19 Very Popular


Out The Box Podcast
OUT THE BOX E120: LSU FOOTBALL RUNNINGS BACKS PREVIEW/TIGER STADIUM PRACTICE RECAP

Out The Box Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 71:08


On this episode of the Out The Box Podcast, the boys are back to start the show breaking down the Out The Box trip to LSU Football's practice in Tiger Stadium this past Saturday. We break down the Running Back Depth Chart as thin as it is and discuss the John Emery 2 game suspension. We then round out the show with the famous House Always Wins Segment!Sponsored by Draft Kings, House Bar In Tigerland, Blaine Loupe with Keller Williams Realty, and Work Box LLC. A Boot Krewe Media Production. Follow us on Facebook (OutTheBoxPod), Twitter (@OutTheBoxPod), and Instagram (outtheboxpod)If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat  (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA).21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.

Noles Anonymous: Florida State Football Fan Support Group
"Just Win Big": FSU's Key Stats for Duquesne, LSU Starter John Emery Out & Alford's comments on TAMU-UM for the ACC

Noles Anonymous: Florida State Football Fan Support Group

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 28:51


Welcome back to Gameweek at Locked on Seminoles! Drake and Dave continue discussions of the Duquesne game, this time offering one key stat they each need to see on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball when the ‘Noles (finally!) take the field this Saturday in their Week 0 season opener. Next, the guys do what Mike Norvell can't: look ahead past Duquesne. First, they look to FSU's second game against LSU in New Orleans Week 1. Specifically, they discuss the Tigers' suspensions of DB Raydarious Jones and RB John Emery, which will keep both players out of the lineup against Florida State, and what impact this should have on our expectations of that game. Finally, the guys look even further ahead, this time to Miami. Not the game, however, but rather a comment made by FSU Athletics Director Mike Alford, who told ESPN he would be rooting for the Miami Hurricanes when they take on Texas A&M. As you can imagine, and as you probably do too, Drake and Dave have plenty to say about whether they would or could ever root for Miami (spoiler alert: gig ‘em Aggies), no matter how good a Miami win supposedly is for the ACC. As always, thanks for making Locked on Seminoles your first listen each and every day. We thank y'all for all the love and support and hope you enjoy the show. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Seminoles
"Just Win Big": FSU's Key Stats for Duquesne, LSU Starter John Emery Out & Alford's comments on TAMU-UM for the ACC

Locked On Seminoles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 28:51


Welcome back to Gameweek at Locked on Seminoles! Drake and Dave continue discussions of the Duquesne game, this time offering one key stat they each need to see on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball when the ‘Noles (finally!) take the field this Saturday in their Week 0 season opener. Next, the guys do what Mike Norvell can't: look ahead past Duquesne. First, they look to FSU's second game against LSU in New Orleans Week 1. Specifically, they discuss the Tigers' suspensions of DB Raydarious Jones and RB John Emery, which will keep both players out of the lineup against Florida State, and what impact this should have on our expectations of that game. Finally, the guys look even further ahead, this time to Miami. Not the game, however, but rather a comment made by FSU Athletics Director Mike Alford, who told ESPN he would be rooting for the Miami Hurricanes when they take on Texas A&M. As you can imagine, and as you probably do too, Drake and Dave have plenty to say about whether they would or could ever root for Miami (spoiler alert: gig ‘em Aggies), no matter how good a Miami win supposedly is for the ACC. As always, thanks for making Locked on Seminoles your first listen each and every day. We thank y'all for all the love and support and hope you enjoy the show. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

LSU Daily
John Emery LATEST | QB Battle UPDATE | FSU Starter Injured

LSU Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 28:37


Talkin' SEC Podcast
2022 LSU Tigers Preview with Blake Ruffino of AYS Sports

Talkin' SEC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 32:17


Today Phillip Jordan is joined by Blake Ruffino of AYS Sports to preview the 2022 LSU Tigers. Blake gives his assessment of Brian Kelly so far, the John Emery situation with the NCAA, the quarterback battle between Jayden Daniels and Garrett Nussmeier, the defensive line, and more! Follow Phillip Jordan on Twitter @PJordanSEC Follow Blake Ruffino on Twitter @BlakeJRuffino --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/phillip-jordan03/message

The Jordy Culotta Show
MONDAY POD 8-22-22! LSU Football RB John Emery Suspended 2-Games By NCAA! The Athletic's Brody Miller Updates us on the Situation! LSU CB Colby Richardson! Empty Nest On the First Day of Class!

The Jordy Culotta Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 122:00 Very Popular


Locked On SEC Football
Trouble for Kentucky & LSU RBs, Latest on QB Battles at Auburn and A&M, 9-SEC Game Schedule Soon?

Locked On SEC Football

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 32:00


On today's show, a couple of SEC running backs not expected to go in Week 1, we'll give you the latest on Kentucky's Chris Rodriguez and LSU's John Emery. Also, who is in the driver's seat for QB battles at Auburn and Texas A&M? We'll give you the latest there. And we'll get you caught up from practices over the weekend from Alabama, Georgia, Florida and more, as we go Around The Conference. Follow Chris on Twitter @ChrisGordy and @LockedOnSEC Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Early Line
Saints vs Packers, John Emery Suspended - Early Line, 08-22-22

The Early Line

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 40:59


Mario Jerez and Matt Musso bring you The Early Line! Today, the guys start off the show giving out MLB picks in our Daily Spread. Braves vs Pirates/ Angels vs Rays/ Cardinals vs Cubs/ Marlins vs Athletics. Impressions on Saints vs Packers this past Friday. The guys also recap LSU's camp, as big news comes out of the running back room following a suspension of John Emery.

LSU Daily
LSU RB John Emery SUSPENDED | Matt House Updates Defense

LSU Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 20:57


Are You Serious Sports
-#LSU Scrimmage 3 Recap -QB Battle Continues -Offense Continues To Dominate -John Emery Suspended Two Games -#AskBlake

Are You Serious Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 62:57


After Further Review
LSU's John Emery Suspended - After Further Review, August 22, 2022

After Further Review

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 45:01


In hour one of After Further Review, Matt reacts to LSU RB John Emery being suspended for the first two games of the 2022 season. We recap the Saints second preseason game. Matt goes around the SEC.

Hunt and Hill
John Emery Suspended - 08-22-22 Hour Two

Hunt and Hill

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 45:14


Hunt Palmer and Jeremy Hill start off the second hour of today's show with the news out of LSU's running back room as John Emery gets suspended for the first two games of the season. Meet the Freshman highlights two of the newest LSU Football Tigers, today, the guys talk Quency Wiggins and Fitzgerald West Jr. Jay Johnson addressed the media today, what did coach have to say about his team ahead of fall ball?

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic
The QB play in the NFC is significantly worse than in the AFC

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 28:11


Bobby, Kristian, and Mike contrasted the AFC's best teams with the top of the NFC. Wilson Alexander, an LSU writer for The Advocate, joined the show to break down the Tigers. According to Mike, the wide receivers should be the strength of the Tigers offensively. Alexander also discussed John Emery, the quarterback battle, and the recruiting trail.

LSU Sports Zone
Myles Brennan on head coach Brian Kelly and expectations for this season

LSU Sports Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 12:15


LSU quarterback Myles Brennan joined Kristian Garic, Bobby Hebert, and Mike Detillier to talk about Brian Kelly, John Emery, Will Campbell, and more. Brennan praised coach Kelly for quickly bringing his structure to LSU. He also said the team has multiple players that could surprise fans this year.

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic
Coach Brian Kelly brought his discipline and structure to LSU

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 12:15


LSU quarterback Myles Brennan joined the show to talk about Brian Kelly, John Emery, Will Campbell, and more. Brennan praised coach Kelly for quickly bringing his structure to LSU. He also said the team has multiple players that could surprise fans this year.

Hunt and Hill
Reports From Saints First Padded Practice - H&H, 08-01-22 Hour Two

Hunt and Hill

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 44:17


Hunt Palmer and Jeremy Hill start off the second hour of today's show with Jeremy's Lead Toss! Which LSU players will have a breakout year this football season? John Emery? Kardell Thomas? Sage Ryan? The guys give out reports from the Saints first padded practice as Trevor Penning find himself on the receiving end of a fight on the field. The MLB Draft enters its final day, does LSU still have players to lose to the draft?

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic
John Emery Jr. seems primed for a big year

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 12:01


Wilson Alexander, an LSU writer for the Advocate, joined the show to break down the Tigers football team. Alexander said he's looking forward to watching the quarterback battle. He also discussed LSU's wide receivers behind Kayshon Boutte and running back John Emery Jr. 

Poli Sigh
It's (Un)just a Game (feat. Dr. John Emery)

Poli Sigh

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 59:15


Humanity today has the technological means to annihilate itself ten times over. How do we make sure that doesn't end up happening?We sit with Professor John Emery to discuss just that! Covering his research on war ethics, we list the ways in which war has become simultaneously dehumanized and never-ending within the 21st century. Considering the United States' conceptualization of “enemy”, its interventions across the Middle East, and a growingly belligerent and nuclear armed Russia, could “feelings” maybe hold the answer? 

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
LSU Tigers College Football Season Preview 2022 | The College Football Experience (Ep. 1007)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 44:08


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the 2022 college football season for the LSU Tigers. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & Patty C (@PattyC831) break down the current LSU Tigers roster and key in on each and every game on the LSU Tigers football schedule. Will Brian Kelly bring a National Championship to Baton Rouge? Who will get the start at quarterback for the LSU Tigers between Myles Brennan and Jayden Daniels? Will the duo of Noah Cain and John Emery be a problem for the SEC? Could Brian Kelly win the SEC West in year one? Did the LSU Tigers win or lose the transfer portal? Do the LSU Tigers have a great wideout room with Kayshon Boutte, Jack Bech, Brian Thomas and Jaray Jenkins? Should we worry about the offensive line inexperience? How will DC Matt House work out in his first year in Baton Rouge? Will the LSU Tigers go undefeated in their out of conference slate? Will LSU miss Ed Orgeron as head football coach when its all said and done? Were the additions of Greg Brooks Jr., Joe Foucha, and Jarrick Bernard, etc quickly fix the LSU defense? We talk it all and more on this LSU Tigers edition of The College Football Experience. LSU Tigers 2022 Schedule vs Florida State vs Southern vs Mississippi State vs New Mexico @ Auburn vs Tennessee @ Florida vs Ole Miss BYE vs Alabama @ Arkansas vs UAB @ Texas A&M ===================================================== Download the SGPN APP today https://sgpn.app and leave us a rating & review. SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $50 Get $200 In Free Bets - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Join Sleeper and get a 100% deposit bonus up to $100 - http://sleeper.com/sgp Support for this episode - IPVanish.com/sgp | DrinkTrade.com/sgp Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK   Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch   Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Slack - https://sg.pn/slack Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Classic Radio Theater
Philo Vance, Detective Ep. #56

Classic Radio Theater

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 58:30 Transcription Available


Enjoy two free detective episodes of Philo Vance, Detective w/ Jackson Beck A) 12/28/48 The Rhumba Murder Case B) 1/4/49 The Magic Murder Case Detective Philo Vance was created by S.S. Van Dine (the pen name of Willard Huntington Wright). Vance was featured in 12 crime novels published in the 1920s and 30s. The character was so popular that he appeared in books, movies and on radio. Vance was a stylish, even foppish dandy; a New York bon vivant possessing a highly intellectual nature. On the silver screen, Vance was portrayed by William Powell, Basil Rathbone, Warren William, Paul Lukas, Edmund Lowe and William Wright. In 1945, NBC radio cast Jose' Ferrer as Philo Vance in a short-lived series. A summer replacement series in 1946 starred John Emery. The best-known radio series ran from 1948 to 1950 starring Jackson Beck. Joan Alexander played Ellen Deering, Vance's secretary and right-hand woman.

The Jordy Culotta Show
TUESDAY POD!! LSU Football's John Emery! LSU Lands 4-Star DB Daylen Austin! NBA Draft Lottery Preview for Pelicans!

The Jordy Culotta Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 113:36 Very Popular


My Nuclear Life
Can Wargaming teach ethics? With John Emery

My Nuclear Life

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 68:26


What is a war game? How did they shape our understanding of the Cold War? Did the mathematicians or social scientists win the war of the COW game? Learn about issues surrounding wargaming at RAND and elsewhere as Shelly & John dive deep into the question, "Can wargaming teach ethics?" Find John Emery's paper here: Moral Choices without Moral Language Visit us at: mynuclearlife.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/mynuclearlife email us Send an email us to My Nuclear Life or visit our website mynuclearlife.com. Please leave a 5-star review on iTunes and subscribe to My Nuclear Life wherever you listen to podcasts.

Georgia Bulldogs
Southern Beat w/ Dan Mathews Episode 16

Georgia Bulldogs

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 49:45


Dan Mathews is back for another episode of The Southern Beat! He owed you one from last week and he pays up! We talk LSU starting spring practice with Matt Moscona of ESPN 104.5 in Baton Rouge. We talk ACC with Chris Cotter of ACC Network. Then, he wraps by going around college football with Braden Gall of 440 Sports and Athlon Sports.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Best of Hawkeye in the Morning
Indoor Ski Resort Coming to North Texas? We Get Answers from Alpine-X's CEO

Best of Hawkeye in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 4:05


Hawkeye and Michelle got to talk to John Emery, CEO of Alpine-X about bringing an indoor snowsports facility with alpine slope and skiing, snowboarding and more. Support the show: http://www.newcountry963.com/hawkeyeinthemorning See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Your Brain on Facts
Witty, Wild Women (ep 186)

Your Brain on Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 38:21


(Get Surfshark VPN at https://surfshark.deals/MOXIE - Enter promo code MOXIE for 83% off and 3 extra months free!) T-shirt for Ukraine Why did no one tell me about Moms Mabley?!!  Hear about her and other 'living loud and proud' ladies (Dorothy Parker, Mae West, Tallulah Bankhead) on this International Women's Day. 01:00 Tallulah Bankhead 13:00 Mae West 23:00 Moms Mabley Links to all the research resources are on the website. Hang out with your fellow Brainiacs.  Reach out and touch Moxie on Facebook, Twitter,  or Instagram.  Become a patron of the podcast arts! Patreon or Ko-Fi.  Or buy the book and a shirt. Music: Kevin MacLeod, David Fesilyan, Dan Henig. and/or Chris Haugen. Sponsors:  Dumb People with Terrible Ideas, History Obscura, Sambucol Want to start a podcast or need a better podcast host?  Get up to TWO months hosting for free from Libsyn with coupon code "moxie." Dorothy Parker was a famously wry, witty, and acerbic writer and critic, with a low opinion of relationships.  Her wit was apparent from an early age, referring to her father's second wife as “The Housekeeper.”  She was described by journalist and critic Alexander Woolcott as “a combination of Little Nell and Lady MacBeth.”  As a literary critic, she said of one book, "This is not a novel to be tossed aside lightly. It should be thrown with great force." The author of the book?  Italian dictator Benito Mussolini.  My name's Moxie….   This episode drops on Intl Womens Day, and I've covered a lot of remarkable women on the show, for a number of remarkable reasons, but today we focus on ladies for their remarks, for their wit and their wild ways.  Tallulah Bankhead is a name I've known for many years, but never really knew anything about her.  Back in the day, going to the big “computer show and sale” at the raceway complex with my dad, circa 1996, I picked up some cd-roms of FVM video games and some educational stuff like Microsoft Encarta Musical Instruments and some reference that included hundred of famous quotes.  Some of you I realize will have no idea what I just said, a few of you will be unclear what a cd-rom is, but a few of you just got a cold chill like someone walking across your grave.  Tallulah Bankhead's wit featured prominently with quotes like, "If I were well behaved, I'd die of boredom," “I read Shakespeare and the Bible, and I can shoot dice. That's what I call a liberal education," and "I'll come and make love to you at five o'clock. If I'm late, start without me."  ‘I like her,' I thought, but didn't look into who she actually was until this week.  Considering she's the inspiration for one of Disney's most iconic villains, you'd think I'd have come across something between then and now, but not.   Bankhead, the daughter of an Alabama congressman and future speaker of the House, was named after her paternal grandmother, whose name was inspired by Tallulah Falls, Georgia.  That grandmother would raise her when her mother died a few days after her birth and the loss sent her father into a pit of depression and alcoholism.  Little Tallulah was… difficult.  Tallulah discovered at an early age that theatrics were a viable outlet for gaining the attention, good or bad, that she craved.  A series of throat and chest infections as a child had left her with a raspy voice which would later become her trademark.  It also made her stand out from her classmates, but Tallulah was not the type to be bullied and soon became the terror or students and the bane of teachers.  She would find herself sent to, and expelled from, two different convent schools, the first for once for throwing ink at a nun and the next time for making a pass at one.   At 15, Bankhead submitted her own photo to film industry magazine Picture Play, winning a small part in a movie and a trip to New York.  She was allowed to go only by promising her father, a Congressman, she'd abstain from men and alcohol, but as she famously put it in her autobiography, "He didn't say anything about women and cocaine."  She was a self-described "technical virgin" until 20.  Though she lacked training and discipline, she possessed a dazzling stage presence, her husky voice providing fascinating contrast with her good looks.  Quickly ascending to stardom, she just as easily gained renown for her quick-witted outspokenness and indefatigable party going.  In New York, Bankhead moved into the famous Algonquin Hotel, a hotspot for the artistic and literary elite of the era, and was quickly rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous.   After several years starring in films and on stage in New York, Bankhole's acting was praised, but she had not yet scored a big commercial hit.  So, she moved to London in 1923, where her stardom grew. Her fame heightened in 1924 when she played Amy in Sidney Howard's They Knew What They Wanted. The show won the 1925 Pulitzer Prize.     But Bankhead was best known for her antics off-stage.  She'd drive her Bently recklessly through London and if she got lost, she'd hire a black cab to drive to where she was going and she'd follow him.  She spent her nights at booze and drug-filled parties, partaking liberally, and reportedly smoked 120 cigarettes a day, which is kind of dubious because how would you have time for anything else.  She also openly had a series of relationships with both men and women, including some very famous female personalities of the day.  Names attached to her, with or without facts to back it included Greta Garbo, Hattie McDaniel, the first AfrAm actress to win an Oscar, and singer Billie Holiday.   One thing that's known with great certainty is that she talked openly about her vices, and women just weren't supposed to do that.  Hell, they weren't supposed to *have vices.  She found herself included in Hays' "Doom Book", which would help her inspire a Disney villain, since only the worst of the worst were in the Doom Book, but it didn't do much for her career.  Brief refresher on the Hays Code, and you can hear lots more about it in the episode Words You Can't Say on TV or Radio, way back in Oct 2018 before I started numbering episodes, the Hays Code a set of strict guidelines all motion pictures companies operated under from 1934 to 1968.  It prohibited profanity, suggestive nudity, sexual perversions like homosexuality, interracial relationships, any talk of reproductive anything, and, in case you were unclear where all this came from, it banned ridicule of authority in general and the clergy in particular.  This is why married couples in black&white sitcoms slept in separate beds.  The Doom Book, which was either a closely guarded secret or never physically existed, was said to have contained the names of over 150 thespians considered too morally tumultuous to be used in movies.  So this is the law of the land when a gal like Tallulah Bankhead is running around in cursing like a sailor in hedonistic, drug-fueled, openly-bisexual glee.     Giving up on Hollywood, Bankhead returned to Broadway for a decade or so, where she reached her zenith with her performances in The Little Foxes and The Skin of Our Teeth, both of which earned her the New York Drama Critics Circle Award, and was briefly married to actor John Emery.  [a la Sam O'Nella] Never heard of him?  Me neither.  What's his story?  I didn't bother.  In 1943 she decided to give Hollywood a second try, but Hollywood hadn't had the same thought about her.  There was one bright spot, being cast in and praised for Alfred Hitchcock's Lifeboat in 1944.   By the late 1940s and early 1950s, Bankhead's hedonistic lifestyle and excessive drinking had taken its toll.  Critics complained that she had become a self-caricature, which feels like a real oof.  She kept her career afloat by publishing a best-selling autobiography, touring in plays like Private Lives and Dear Charles, before headlining her own nightclub act.  In 1965 she made her last *film appearance, playing a homicidal religious fanatic in the British thriller Die! Die! My Darling!  Tallulah Bankhead's final acting assignments included a “Special Guest Villain” stint on the TV series Batman.  When she was advised that the series was considered “high camp,” her response was vintage Tallulah: “Don't tell me about camp, dahling! I invented it!”   Am I ever going to tell you which Disney villain she inspired?  I supposed, if I must.  Disney animator Marc Davis once told of his creative process when tasked to create the villain for an upcoming film.  (It was 1961 if you want to try to guess.)  The chaaracter would become iconic, instantly recognizable whether cartoon or real life.  Davis looked to real-life "bad" women, and while he said there were a number of different people who he kept in mind while drawing her, one name rose to the top – Tallulah Bankhead.  So no matter if her movie or Broadway career is forgotten, Bankhead will always live on as Cruella de Ville. Mae West   When she was good, she was very good. But when she was bad, she made film history. Whether making films, writing plays or flirting with the camera, Mae West was undisputedly the most controversial sex siren of her time and she even landed in jail because of it.  She was the queen of double entendres on and off screen, delivering some of the best-remembered quips in movie history.  You know the line, "Is that a gun in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me?", yeah, that was West In "She Done Him Wrong." in 1933.   Mary Jane West was born on Aug. 17, 1893 in Queens, NY to a boxer turned cop and a former corset and fashion model.  The acting bug bit the heck out of West when she was tiny, bringing home talent show prizes at age 5.  At age 12, she became a professional vaudeville performer.  She was secretly married at age 17, but only lived with her husband for a few weeks, though they didn't legally divorce for 31 years. The adult West was rumored to have secretly married another man, but on the whole she preferred younger men. Her long-term partner Paul Novak was 30 years her junior.   West was also rumored to have worn custom 8 in platform shoes, because she was only 5'2”.  Two tangents, I would have *massive respect for anyone who could even walk in 8in platform, and that's something all the women in today's discussion have in common - they're all my size.   In 1926, under the pen name "Jane Mast," West wrote, produced and starred in a play called Sex, about a sex worker named Margie La Monte who was looking to better her situation by finding a well-to-do man to marry well if not wisely.  Mae West was sentenced to 10 days in prison and given a $500 fine, charged with “obscenity and corrupting the morals of youth.”  The rumor mill went into overtime when she was behind bars –  she was permitted to wear silk underpants instead of prison-issue or the warden wined and dined her every night.  West was set free after serving eight of the ten days and remarked to reporters that it was “…the first time I ever got anything for good behavior.”  Before the show was raided in February of 1927 around 325,000 people had come through the turnstiles.  Buns in seats, laddie, buns in seat.   Not bothered in the slightest, and probably keenly aware of all the free publicity she just got, West appeared in a string of successful plays, including "The Drag," a 1927 play that was banned from Broadway because of its homosexual theme.  If you think people try to tell you what to say these days, imagine having to deal with the likes of the Hays Code or the Catholic Legion of Decency, which I maintain sounds like a pro-wrestling tag team.  She was an advocate of gay and transgender rights, which were at the time generally throught to be the same thing, and her belief that "a gay man was actually a female soul housed in a male body" ran counter to the belief at that time that homosexuality was an illness.  Her next play, The Pleasure Man ran for only one showing before also being shut down with the whole cast being arrested for obscenity, but this time getting off thanks to a hung jury.  West continued to stir up controversy with her plays, including the Broadway smash "Diamond Lil" in 1928, about a loose woman of the 1890s.     Dominating the Broadway scene was nice, but West had her eyes set to the, well, to the west and Hollywood.  West was 38 years old at the time, which is the age when the phone stops ringing for many actresses, but Paramount Pictures offered West a contract at $5000 a week ($80,000 now) and –luckily for all of us or I might not be talking about her right now– they let her re-write her lines.  Her first film, Night After Night, set the tone for her on-screen persona right from jump street, from her first line where a hat check girl says to her “Goodness, what beautiful diamonds.” To which West replied, “Goodness had nothing to do with it, dearie.”  Within three years she was the second highest paid person in the United States.  The only person earning more was the publishing magnate friggin' William Randolph Hearst.     West not only made her own career, she insisted a young Cary Grant be cast opposite her, putting Grant on the road to his Golden Age icon status.  That was ‘33's "She Done Him Wrong," which contained her most famous quote, but I'm sorry to tell you that you've been saying it wrong your whole life.  Yes, your whole life.  You've seen it parodied in cartoons.  The line isn't  "Why don't you come up and seem me sometime?" "Why don't you come up some time and see me?"  Am I being painfully pedantic to point this out?  Yes. …. That's all.   The public loved Mae West, but her blunt sexuality onscreen rubbed censors the wrong way.  In 1934, they began deleting overtly sexy lines and whole scenes from her films. Not about to take that lying down, West doubled up on double entendres, hoping that the censors would delete the most offensive lines and miss the subtler ones.  More controversial films followed.  West was already 50 when she made "The Heat's On," but her youthful look and performance made the film a cult favorite.  She also got banned from the radio for a sketch about Adam and Eve opposite Don Ameche, was on TV a few times, and even recorded two successful rock albums, decades before the late Christopher Lee.  Bonus facts: Cassandra Peterson, aka Elvira Mistress of the Dark, was once the lead singer of an Italian punk rock band.     MIDROLL   The script for this episode started with Bankhead, West, and Dorothy Parker.  I recognized that they were demographically pretty similar, though Parker was Jewish and there's a wild theory out there that West was mixed-race, so I started asking around for WOC/LGBT of that same era and one name came up again and again, a name I'd never heard of, an oversight I now know to be a damn shame if ever there was one.  Presenting for the elucidation of many listeners, Moms Mabley.  Moms, plural not possessive, had been a vaudeville star for half a century on what was called the Chitlin Circuit, before white audiences began to discover her.  Her trademarks were her old lady persona, complete with house coat, dust cap and waddling shuffle, and her raunchy, man-hungry humor, which is funny in a few ways when you consider she was an out-and-proud lesbian.   Although Moms spent her professional life making people laugh, her personal life had more than its share of grief.  If you're not in the mood for tragic backstory, I totally understand if you want to hit your jump-30 button.  Born Loretta Mary Aiken in North Carolina in 1894, Moms was the grandaughter of a slave and one of 16 children.  She was the victim of rape twice before the age of 14, once by an older black man and the other by the town's white sheriff.  Both rapes resulted in pregnancies; both babies were given away.  Loretta's father, a volunteer fireman, had been killed when a fire engine exploded, and her mother was run over and killed by a truck while coming home from church on Christmas Day.  Her stepfather forced her to marry a man she didn't even like, one assumes to pare down the number of dependent minors in the house.  At the age of 14, Loretta ran away to join a minstrel show.  A young girl out in the world on her own would normally be a recipe for disaster, heartache and suffering, but Moms had already had enough of all those, thank you very much.  She took the name Mabley from her first boyfriend and acquired the nickname Moms later on, though none of my sources, and they are regrettably few and superficial, recounted why.  She was only in her early 20's when she devised the old lady character and kept her persona up until her actual age exceeded the character.   Like all who played vaudeville, she had multiple talents: dancing, singing, jokes. Unlike many of her contemporaries, she had a gift for crafting original material far stronger than the stock routines others toured with. At the prompting of the vaudeville team Butterbeans and Susie, she moved to New York City in the early 20's and found herself in the the Harlem Renaissance. "I never went back across the Mason-Dixon line," recalled Mabley. "Not for another thirty years."  Toward the end of her life, Moms would say “There were some horrible things done to me.  I played every state in the Union except Mississippi.  I won't go there; they ain't read.”  She hardly needed to back then anyway, playing the Apollo so often she could probably have gotten her mail forwarded there.   There used to be a showbiz expression, “It won't play in Peoria,” meaning something will not be successful for a wide, Joe Everyman (read: white) audience, and Moms certainly fit that bill.  Moms talked about sex constantly.  That's not surprising from female comics these days, though it still isn't as acceptable as it is for male comics.  But unlike the male comics of Mom's day, she slid into the jokes sideways with a double-entendre or a well-placed pause, rather than the straightforward use of obscenity that would become popular with such later black comedians as Richard Pryor.  Although Loretta herself was a lesbian, Moms was that of ''dirty old lady'' with a penchant for younger men.  She made fun of older men, subtly ridiculing the ways they wielded authority over women as well as the declining of their sexual powers. Her signature line became: ''Ain't nothin' an old man can do for me but bring me a message from a young man.''   She moved from vaudeville into films, but Hollywood wasn't exactly rolling out the red carpet for black actors and film-makers.  That's okay, they said, we'll just do it ourselves.  As early as 1929 there were over 460 "colored movie houses" across America. owned and operated by, and catering specifically to, African-Americans, with all-Black cast films, shorts, and even newsreels.  But it would be fair to say that these were B-movies, filmed in a couple of days, with whatever equipment and people you could cobble together.  Hell, scenes were usually shot in one take, because editing requires more time and money.  Where they shone was in the musical numbers, crafting scenes that would have shamed MGM or Warner Brothers, if only they'd had any budget at all.  Comedian Slappy White remembered, "It wasn't hard casting the actors. All of us were out of work before the picture started [and we] would all be out of work again as soon as it was finished."   Moms starred in 1948's Boarding House Blues where she played landlord to a building of rent-dodging vaudeville performers, which is an amazing premise. The film also showcased "Crip" Heard, a tap dancer with only one arm and one leg. And the best thing about Boarding House Blues?  You can actually see it!  It's on the free Tubi app, link in the show notes, not a sponsor, and I plan to watch it as soon as I can make myself sit still for 1.5 hours.  Watch-party anyone?   Film was nice and everything, but it was vinyl records that gave Moms the boost she needed to expand her audience.  Comedy records were *the thing in the early 60's.Her first vinyl appearance came a few years prior with the 1956 Vanguard Records release A Night at the Apollo. The album is a fascinating social document with liner notes written by Langston Hughes.  Of the many other noteworthy things about that album is the fact that Moms wasn't paid for her part in it.  So she was understandably reluctant when the Chess brothers asked her to cut an album with them.  Phil and Leonard Chess were Jewish immigrants who arrived in Chicago a few months prior to the stock market crash who were able to buy some South Side bars after the end of prohibition.  Their Macomba Lounge became a hot spot when they started booking live music, mostly rhythm and blues, which drew in the biggest crowds.  The brothers noticed this, and that the acts who had people lining up around the block, weren't available on records, so they started a record company.  Chess Records signed names like Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Bo Diddley, and Chuck Berry.  These records delivered new found joys for the white public and offered posterity for Chicago's African-American crowd.  Always on the lookout for what was popular with their original Black audience, Chess Records asked Moms Mabley to sign, but she understandably didn't want to get screwed again.  Luckily her manager was able to persuade her and Moms Mabley on Stage (also known under the name Moms Mabley: The Funniest Woman Alive) was produced.    Chicago was host to Hugh Hefner's Playboy Club, a venue that always featured a strong roster of Black performers and plenty of white bohemians, and that's where she recorded Moms Mabley at The Playboy Club.  Y'all gotta see this album cover, link in the shownotes.  If you were to listen to On Stage and then Playboy Club, you'd notice something…different between the two albums.  On Stage was recorded at The Apollo and opens with a thunderous cacophony of cheerings.  Playboy Club, not as much, because that album was recorded in front of an all-white audience.  It was time for a cross-over.  It was also the time for civil rights –lunch counters, fire hoses, marches.  Mabley's act became increasingly political, but her benevolent old grandma persona made her non-threatening and more accessible to white crowds. Moms knew white audiences needed to hear her message now, and that they might actually hear her.  She was just a little old lady, shuffling onto the stage, how threatening could she be?  Plus she was on the biggest TV shows of the day –Merv Griffin, Johnny Carson, Flip Wilson, Mike Douglas, the Smothers Brothers– and they were okay, so she must be okay.   Moms had crossed over.  She played Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  She put out more albums, including my favorite title, Young Men Si, Old Men No.  She began acting in big studio films, like The Cincinatti Kid, with Steve McQueen.  In 1966 Moms returned to the South for the first time in over three decades.  It, uh, didn't go great.  In the middle of her show, five shots rang out in the theater and Moms scrambled off-stage.  Thankfully, the shots went nowhere near her, originating apparently from a fight between audience members.  Regardless, a story made the rounds that one of the bullets went straight through her floppy hat.  "I hadn't been in Columbia, South Carolina, for thirty-five years," explained Moms, "and [now] bullets ran me out of town."    Music became a regular part of her act, and a cover version of "Abraham, Martin and John" hit No. 35 on the Billboard Hot 100 on July 19, 1969, making Mabley, at 75, the oldest living person to have a U.S. Top 40 hit.  Mabley continued performing in the 1970s. In 1971, she appeared on The Pearl Bailey Show. Later that year, she opened for Ike & Tina Turner at the Greek Theatre and sang a tribute to Louis Armstrong as part of her set.[24] While filming the 1974 film Amazing Grace, (her only film starring role)[1] Mabley suffered a heart attack. She returned to work three weeks later, after receiving a pacemaker.  She is survived not only by her children (she had four other children as an adult), but by more contemporary comedians who remember her and want to keep her story alive.  She was the subject of a Broadway play by Clarice Taylor, who played one of the grandma's on the Cosby Show; two projects from Whoopi Goldberg, one being the comedy show that put Goldberg on the map in 1984 and a documentary in 2013, and in season 3 of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, where she was portrayed by lifelong fan Wanda Sykes.   And that's… Dorothy Parker's wit was, deservedly, the stuff of legend.  Of the Yale prom, she said, “ If all the girls attending it were laid end to end, I wouldn't be at all surprised.”  It was that saucy humor that got her fired from her job as a staff writer at Vanity Fair.  Parker spoke openly about having had an abortion, a thing that simply was not done in the 1920's, saying, “It serves me right for putting all my eggs in one bastard.” A firm believer in civil rights, she bequeathed her literary estate to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Remember   Sources: https://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/person/204532%7C103917/Mae-West/#biography https://www.britannica.com/biography/Mae-West https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/52283/13-things-you-might-not-know-about-mae-west http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2012/04/this-day-in-history-mae-west-is-sentenced-to-10-days-in-prison-for-writing-directing-and-performing-in-the-broadway-play-sex/ https://www.britannica.com/biography/Tallulah-Bankhead https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2021/05/real-cruella-de-vil-tallulah-bankhead https://www.nytimes.com/1987/08/09/theater/theater-the-pain-behind-the-laughter-of-moms-mabley.html https://dorothyparker.com/gallery/biography https://bookshop.org/books/your-brain-on-facts-things-you-didn-t-know-things-you-thought-you-knew-and-things-you-never-knew-you-never-knew-trivia-quizzes-fun-fa/9781642502534?aid=14459&listref=books-based-on-podcasts https://www.mamamia.com.au/tallulah-bankhead-cruella/  

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Thomistic Institute Angelicum.
Fr. John Emery - "Charity as fellowship with God"

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 40:23


Fr. John Emery - "Charity as fellowship with God" by Angelicum Thomistic Institute

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RSGB GB2RS News Bulletin for November 21st 2021.

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 12:18


GB2RS News Sunday the 21st of November 2021 The news headlines: IARU presents award to Don, G3BJ Make a date for Tonight @ 8 Amateur radio tops BBC News report   Former IARU Region 1 President and RSGB Past-President Don Beattie, G3BJ, was recently presented with the prestigious Michael J Owen Award by the IARU Administrative Council. The award recognises those outstanding volunteers whose exceptional service to the IARU reflect the spirit, hard work and dedication of the late Michael Owen. IARU President Tim Ellam, VE6SH offered his congratulations to Don. On Monday 6 December, Tonight @ 8 will feature Noel Matthews, G8GTZ who will be presenting on the latest developments in the ever-evolving world of amateur TV. Noel will give an overview of ATV activity in the UK and, in particular, how the use of Reduced Bandwidth signals has enabled ATV QSOs on the lower VHF bands. This free webinar can be seen on the RSGB's YouTube channel or on the special BATC stream and you'll be able to ask your questions live. Amateur radio was the lead item in a BBC News article on what made people happy during the pandemic. John Emery, 2E0HWE was pictured in front of his radio, microphone in hand, describing how he had made new friends thanks to amateur radio. You can read the full article at tinyurl.com/GB2RS-1121 Galway Radio Club is running a DMR Challenge, which is open to all DMR operators. The DMR challenge requires nine tasks to be fulfilled. There is no time limit, so you can work on it in your own time. Rules and a log sheet may be obtained from Steve, EI5DD, whose email address is correct on QRZ.com. Those interested in digital radio can download a copy of the Digital Radio Operating Manual from the Galway Radio Club web page, www.galwayradio.com. The manual is packed with information about digital modes, information about repeaters and gateways, maps, and lists of EI, GI and UK Talk Groups. It's not too late to register your interest for December YOTA Month 2021. We have been granted the callsign GB21YOTA, for allocation to youngsters to operate throughout December. To see what operating slots are still available please look up GB21YOTA on QRZ.com. You can register your interest by emailing yota.month@rsgb.org.uk. You must be a Full licence holder or have one willing to supervise the activity. Caradon Hill Repeater Group has upgraded the 70cm equipment at their site in Cornwall. GB3CH has changed to a 7.6MHz split, now operating on RU70 with 77Hz CTCSS. An Allstar node, number 43678, has been added to allow remote access. A new 70cm DMR repeater, GB7LK, has also been installed. Connected to the Phoenix DMR network, GB7LK uses channel RU65 and colour-code 5. The 2m voice repeater GB3JL continues to work well on channel RV63, using 77Hz CTCSS for access. For more information on the group and its repeaters, email gb3ch.repeater@gmail.com. And now for details of rallies and events Some rallies have been cancelled, as previously publicised, including the Bishop Auckland RAC rally, originally due to be held on the 28th of November. The next rally we have details for is the Sparkford Wireless Group Rally, due to take place on the 2nd of January at Davis Hall near Yeovil. Now is the perfect time to let us know your group's rally or event plans for 2022. Email radcom@rsgb.org.uk with details and we'll publicise your event for free. Now the DX news Ali, EP3CQ is on the air as 6O1OO from Mogadishu in Somalia until the first week in December. Activity is mostly on 40, 30 and 20 metres using FT8 and FT4, but also CW and SSB. QSL direct to his home call. Lee, DS4NMJ is QRV as DT8A as part of a scientific team on the King Se-Jong Korean Antarctic Base on King George Island, IOTA AN-010, until December 31. Activity is on the HF bands using CW, SSB and FT8. QSL via DS5TOS. John Paul, KN6NNF is QRV as 5X3Z from Kubamitwe, Uganda. Activity is on 80 to 10 metres using FT8. QSL via LoTW. Damian, G4LHT is QRV as V31HT from San Pedro Ambergris Caye in Belize until the 29th of November. Activity is on 40 to 10 metres using SSB and FT8. QSL via G4LHT. Don, K6ZO will be QRV as D60AB from Comoros, IOTA reference AF-007, from the 22nd to the 29th of November. Activity will be on the HF bands using CW and SSB. This includes an entry in the upcoming CQ World Wide DX CW contest. QSL direct to his home call. Dario, KP4DO is QRV as FJ/KP4DO on St Barthelemy, NA-146, until the 24th of November. Activity is mainly on 20 metres, but also on 40, 17, and 10 as propagation permits. QSL direct to home call. Ulmar, DK1CE is QRV as TZ1CE from Bamako in Mali until the 8th of December. Activity is on 160 to 6 metres using CW, possibly SSB, and FT8. QSL to home call. Now the Special Event news The Quantum Technology Club and Southport & District Amateur Radio Club will jointly run GB5LD to celebrate Lancashire Day on the 27th of November. The station is at St Marks Church Hall, Scarisbrick, near Ormskirk. New licensees are particularly invited to visit, bringing a copy of their licence so they can experience operating different modes. From 2.30 pm there will be a Lancashire Day net on 2m. Details are at www.quantumtech.club Special event station AU2JCB will be on the air until the 14th of December to commemorate Jagadish Chandra Bose's birthday. Activity will be on 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 metres using SSB, with FM on 10 metres and 6 metres. QSL direct to VU2DSI. AM500ESP will be active until the 27th of November to commemorate Magellan's circumnavigation of the globe. Activity will be on the HF, VHF and UHF bands using CW, SSB, SSTV and various digital modes. QSL via EA7URF. E7BOSNIA is QRV from the ancient royal cities of Bobovac, Visoko, and Jajce until the 28th of November to celebrate Statehood Day of Bosnia and Herzegovina. QSL via the bureau. Now the contest news When operating in contests, please keep yourself and fellow amateurs safe by following relevant pandemic-related government recommendations. On Tuesday the SHF UKAC takes place from 1930 to 2230UTC. Using all modes on the 2.3 to 10GHz bands, the exchange is a serial number, signal report and locator. Wednesday sees the UKEICC 80m CW contest, which runs from 2000 to 2100 UTC. Using CW only on the 80m band, the exchange is your 6-character locator. The Autumn Series continues on Thursday with the CW leg on 80m from 2000 to 2130UTC. The exchange here is a serial number, signal report and locator. Next weekend it's the CQWW DX CW contest, running from 0000UTC on Saturday until 2359UTC on Sunday. Using CW only on the 1.8 to 28MHz contest bands, the exchange is a serial number, signal report and CQ Zone, which for the UK is 14. Now the radio propagation report, compiled by G0KYA, G3YLA, and G4BAO on Friday the 19th of November 2021. We had a week of lower sunspot activity, almost back to the days of sunspot minimum. The solar flux index ranged from 78 on Sunday 14th to 79 on Thursday 18th with a high of 80 on the 16th. So, nothing to write home about there. Geomagnetic conditions were mainly unsettled, with a maximum Kp index of four, mainly due to an enhanced solar wind from an expected coronal hole stream. There was a C-class solar flare event on the 13th, but this caused us little harm. Despite the relatively low solar flux numbers the ionosphere has been quite respectable. Propquest shows that extrapolated MUFs over a 3,000km path have continued to exceed 28MHz around lunchtime and early afternoon. Next week NOAA's space weather prediction centre has the SFI in the low to mid-80s with a maximum Kp index of two. It doesn't seem to think that we will see a rise in sunspot numbers for at least another week. Let's hope that geomagnetic conditions remain settled for the CQ Worldwide CW contest next weekend, as this offers the best chance of DX even without higher sunspot numbers. And now the VHF and up propagation news. This week is going to be one of weather contrasts, with a change to proper cold weather from midweek. We have seen some useful areas of high pressure giving some Tropo during the second half of the week just finishing. This weekend a cold front will bring colder and more unsettled weather south across the country, but soon a new high will build in from the Atlantic for the beginning of next week, so perhaps a little Tropo again. It all changes midweek as a more active weather system moves south and will introduce very much colder air, with talk of wintry weather for some areas and strong northerly winds. This could mean some rain scatter conditions are possible, but overall fairly flat conditions otherwise. With the Leonids meteor shower past its peak, all eyes will be on the upcoming Geminids, which start to build up from the beginning of December. With a ZHR of 120+, it's a big one! Until then stick to the period around dawn for the best random meteor scatter conditions. For EME enthusiasts, the Moon is at apogee today and reaches maximum declination on Tuesday so expect long Moon windows and high peak elevations reaching 64 degrees on the day. Path losses are also at maximum, getting lower as the week progresses. And that's all from the propagation team this week.  

Ski Rex Media Podcast
Ski Rex Media Podcast - S3E13 - All About Indoor Skiing & Riding w/John Emery, CEO of Alpine-X

Ski Rex Media Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 64:57


For those that are fans of Ski Rex Media and the podcast, you know that I am a big fan of indoor skiing and riding. If you didn't know that, you will know that by the end of this episode. This week, John Emery, the CEO of Alpine-X, the company that's going to bring a ton more indoor ski facilities to the United States, joins me for an episode. We talk all about indoor skiing and snowboarding, the plans for the coming Fairfax, VA facility, the future of indoor skiing and riding, and a whole bunch more. We even talk a little about the United States' only current indoor facility, Big SNOW American Dream. John is great and I think you'll enjoy this one. Thank you for listening and I really do hope that you enjoyed it. Thanks!For more information about Alpine-X, head to their website at https://alpine-x.com/. Also, be sure to follow Alpine-X on social media with @alpinexusa on Instagram and Twitter, and @TheAlpineX on Facebook. Lastly, if you are interested in the investment opportunity we talked about during the episode, head to https://republic.co/alpine-x.--Ski Rex Media - We talk skiing, snowboarding, general snow sports, and push the idea that these can be for everyone.--Visit skirexmedia.com for more, including the Ski Rex Media Blog, and/or follow Ski Rex Media on the following platforms:Ski Rex Media On Facebook: @SkiRexMediaSki Rex Media On Twitter: @SkiRexMediaSki Rex Media On Instagram: @skirexmediaSki Rex On YouTube: Ski Rex MediaEmail Ski Rex Media: skirex4ever@gmail.com--Ski Rex Media Is On Patreon--If you would like to support Ski Rex Media, and believe me, it will be wicked appreciated, you can head to my Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/skirexmediaThe Ski Rex Media Podcast Is Also Available Through;BuzzsproutSpotifyiHeartRadioApple Podcasts or The Apple Podcasts AppStitcherAmazon MusicPandoraThe Ski Rex Media Mersh Shop is open and ready for you. If you'd like to check it out, please head to skirexmediamerchshop.com.Intro/Outro Music:“Death Ensemble”Jacob Lizottehttps://www.darkcabin-studios.com/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/skirexmedia)

GatorCountry.com - Your Florida Gators Podcast: Football, Recruiting & All University of Florida Athletics News
Podcast: Recapping the Florida Gators 49-42 loss to LSU in Death Valley

GatorCountry.com - Your Florida Gators Podcast: Football, Recruiting & All University of Florida Athletics News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 65:46 Transcription Available


GatorCountry brings you a new podcast as we recap the Florida Gators 49-42 loss to the LSU Tigers on Saturday in Death Valley. Andrew Spivey and David Soderquist breakdown what happened on Saturday for the Gators and how things changed when Anthony Richardson took over at quarterback. Andrew and David also look ahead to the rest of the season as Dan Mullen and his coaching staff will use the bye week to evaluate personnel changes that they will make before Georgia. TRANSCRIPT: David:​What's up folks of Gator Country? This is none other than your boy David Soderquist, along with Andrew Spivey. Unfortunately, we have to do this podcast today, because I know a lot of you fans out there are a little ticked off. I'm a little ticked off. I know Spivey over there doesn't look happy either, except for the fact that his Braves won this weekend here. Andrew:​That's right.  David:​Little bit of good news for him, I guess. Florida goes into LSU Tiger Stadium here and just lays an egg again. Loses 42-49, and I can't say they completely laid an egg, but as far as defensively, just looked awful.  Andrew:​I don't know why I had the sneaky suspicion in the back of my mind this game was going to be tough. I had said on the podcast on Friday, if this team came out very hot and just put it on LSU early and gave these guys a lot of doubt, I thought the game could be a blowout. But I had a feeling that Florida would come out slow like they always do, and they would come out slow like they always do at 11:00, Baton Rouge time, and they did. They get the blocked punt from Jordan Pouncey, and you think, this is some changes about to happen here. Florida goes down. They score a touchdown, but they miss the PAT. Then they allow LSU to just come back and continue to march. Tyrion Price Davis, LSU record 287 yards, the most rushing yards ever by a running back against Florida, breaking a record Hershel Walker had. They give 454 yards to an LSU team that has not been very good. 321 of those on the ground.  ​David, it wasn't a complex scheme they were running. They were running a simple counter play, and then they were running a simple lead play with zone blocking, and they were allowing Florida's defenders to take themselves out of the play. They used Florida against themselves. Florida's problem this year and in past years have been the defensive ends shoot up the field with no contain. It's been an issue for years, and it continued on Saturday where they allowed those guys to shoot up the field, and that was cool, because the tackle just pushed him aside. David Price would just cut it up underneath them, and boom, he had 8, 9, 10 yards. The man averaged 8 yards a rush.  ​That simply cannot happen. This is an LSU team that's banged up. They don't even have their best running back in John Emery playing. This is Max Johnson, who has a noodle of an arm. Threw for 133 yards. For the majority of them, I felt like it was dink and dunk down the field, play action passes.  ​Diabate said after the game, we made the adjustments we were told to make. Kind of calling out Grantham and Christian Robinson and those guys, because there was no adjustments to be made. They didn't have any. They didn't know what to do. It was a simple counter play. I got an idea for you. Tell your guys to play assignment football. Put guys in at defensive tackle who can clog the gap, and have your safeties understand not to run up field too much, but to be ready in the hole.  David:​It's just terrible. Florida would have 488 total yards. Zero penalties. We got onto penalties the last two weeks. Zero penalties, 488 yards of offense, and still manages to lose the game by seven points. Andrew:​It's one step forward, two steps backwards. It's every time with this program, David. This program will fix one issue, and another issue arises. It was like last year. They would fix the run defense, pass defense sucked. Then they'd...

The Atypical Intellects
We talk nutrition and invention with our first guest, John Emery, then sports!

The Atypical Intellects

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 101:26


The very first guest on The Atypical Intellects is a good friend and one of the smartest people we know. It was a no-brainer to have John on to talk about how his intense curiosity began, the projects he's working on now, and his thoughts on general wellness and happiness.Then, sports! Of course, we talked sports and got into upcoming college and pro football games, legacy and championships, and Tiger on Tiger contests in SEC football. How did Auburn pull out the win in such a hostile bayou environment? As Nick Saban approaches Paul 'Bear' Bryant status, is he the greatest collect football coach in history? How can he be that good and still suck in the NFL? Did you know that LSU has more overall college championships than Alabama? They do if you look beyond the pigskin.Splash in a little whiskey and you've got our second episode! We can't wait to hear what you think of it.  Check out the episode on YouTube.Subscribes, likes, and reviews are welcome and appreciated on all the platforms.Follow us:YouTube@theatypicalintellects@mike_coppersky@codyjviceThis episode produced by @uphillstill from @thepracticalstill

That SEC Football Podcast
SEC breakout newcomers, Drinkwitz's 5-star day, Carolina moves coach to QB, Kentucky hype grows, John Emery time? Vols 2nd scrimmage & Will Rogers needs to be named QB1

That SEC Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 53:38


SEC Mike Bratton (@MichaelWBratton) and his cousin Shane (@BigOrangeVolz) discuss the biggest news around the league! Stephen A Smith has clearly never heard of LaMichael Perine's name (4:00), potentially huge news for Mizzou on the recruiting trail and Eli Drinkwitz appears to celebrate it (5:00), Mike's SEC breakout newcomers (7:00), Shane Beamer getting creative to fill the QB room and Luke Doty updates his status (19:10), Liam Coen on why Will Levis won the starting QB job at Kentucky (26:30), John Emery is this the year for his breakout? (32:00), Josh Heupel recaps Tennessee's second scrimmage (38:30), Will Rogers on competing for everything and his excitement for the season (43:00), Arkansas special teams coordinator Scott Fountain on improving his unit (47:00) Advertising inquiries: thatsecpodcast@gmail.com www.thatsecpodcast.com Donate to cousin Shane's beer fund via CashApp: $thatSECpodcast Show call-in number: 615-800-5683 We have t-shirts for sale! Check out our merchandise store featuring shirts, hoodies, stickers, coffee mugs, pillows, phone cases and more: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/thatsecpodcast?ref_id=19055 Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/that-sec-football-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Free Old Time Radio
Philo Vance - Serial 1, Episode 1 - 20

Free Old Time Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 534:34


Philo Vance - Serial 1, Episode 1 - 20 Title: Philo Vance Overview: Three radio drama series were created with Philo Vance as the title character. The first series, broadcast by NBC in 1945, starred José Ferrer. A summer replacement series in 1946 starred John Emery as Vance. The best-known series (and the one of which most episodes survived) ran from 1948 to 1950 in Frederick Ziv syndication and starred Jackson Beck. "Thankfully, the radio series uses only the name, and makes Philo a pretty normal, though very intelligent and extremely courteous gumshoe. ... Joan Alexander is Ellen Deering, Vance's secretary, and right-hand woman.” Philo Vance is a fictional amateur detective originally featured in 12 crime novels by S. S. Van Dine in the 1920s and 1930s. During that time, Vance was immensely popular in books, films, and radio. He was portrayed as a stylish, even foppish dandy, a New York bon vivant possessing a highly intellectual bent. "S. S. Van Dine" was the pen name of Willard Huntington Wright, a prominent art critic who initially sought to conceal his authorship of the novels. Van Dine was also a fictional character in the books, a sort of Dr. Watson figure who accompanied Vance and chronicled his exploits. Vance's character as portrayed in the novels might seem to many modern readers to be supercilious, obnoxiously affected, and highly irritating. He struck some contemporaries that way, as well. At the height of Philo Vance's popularity, comic poet Ogden Nash wrote: "Philo Vance needs a kick in the pance." Famed hardboiled-detective author Raymond Chandler referred to Vance in his essay "The Simple Art of Murder" as "the most asinine character in detective fiction." In Chandler's novel The Lady in the Lake, Marlowe briefly uses Philo Vance as an ironic alias. A criticism of Vance's "phony English accent" also appears in Chandler's Farewell My Lovely. In Chandler's The Big Sleep, Marlowe says he's "not Sherlock Holmes or Philo Vance" and explains that his method owes more to the judgment of character than finding clues the police have missed. Original Air Date: April 29, 1943 - July 4, 1950 Series: Philo Vance Radio Series (1943 - 1950) Stars: José Ferrer, John Emery, Jackson Beck Actors: Joan Alexander, George Petrie, Personne Inconnue Writer: S. S. Van Dine, Personne Inconnue Genre: Detective Drama Episode: Philo Vance - Serial 1, Episode 1 - 20 Serial: 1 of 5 Length Serial: 8:54:19 Episodes: 1 - 20 of 97 Length Series: 42:13:50 Announcer: Tom Shirley Creator: S. S. Van Dine Director: Frederick W. Ziv Company Producer: Frederick W. Ziv Company Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: action, philo, vance, detective, radio, old-time, nbc, mystery, otrr, shows, plays, vintage, classics, intelligence, adventure, dramas, program, raymond, guns, crime, gumshoe, gritty, private, hollywood, broadcasts, nostalgia, hollywood, famous, celebrities, stars Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

Free Old Time Radio
Philo Vance - Serial 2, Episode 21 - 40

Free Old Time Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 535:15


Philo Vance - Serial 2, Episode 21 - 40 Title: Philo Vance Overview: Three radio drama series were created with Philo Vance as the title character. The first series, broadcast by NBC in 1945, starred José Ferrer. A summer replacement series in 1946 starred John Emery as Vance. The best-known series (and the one of which most episodes survived) ran from 1948 to 1950 in Frederick Ziv syndication and starred Jackson Beck. "Thankfully, the radio series uses only the name, and makes Philo a pretty normal, though very intelligent and extremely courteous gumshoe. ... Joan Alexander is Ellen Deering, Vance's secretary, and right-hand woman.” Philo Vance is a fictional amateur detective originally featured in 12 crime novels by S. S. Van Dine in the 1920s and 1930s. During that time, Vance was immensely popular in books, films, and radio. He was portrayed as a stylish, even foppish dandy, a New York bon vivant possessing a highly intellectual bent. "S. S. Van Dine" was the pen name of Willard Huntington Wright, a prominent art critic who initially sought to conceal his authorship of the novels. Van Dine was also a fictional character in the books, a sort of Dr. Watson figure who accompanied Vance and chronicled his exploits. Vance's character as portrayed in the novels might seem to many modern readers to be supercilious, obnoxiously affected, and highly irritating. He struck some contemporaries that way, as well. At the height of Philo Vance's popularity, comic poet Ogden Nash wrote: "Philo Vance needs a kick in the pance." Famed hardboiled-detective author Raymond Chandler referred to Vance in his essay "The Simple Art of Murder" as "the most asinine character in detective fiction." In Chandler's novel The Lady in the Lake, Marlowe briefly uses Philo Vance as an ironic alias. A criticism of Vance's "phony English accent" also appears in Chandler's Farewell My Lovely. In Chandler's The Big Sleep, Marlowe says he's "not Sherlock Holmes or Philo Vance" and explains that his method owes more to the judgment of character than finding clues the police have missed. Original Air Date: April 29, 1943 - July 4, 1950 Series: Philo Vance Radio Series (1943 - 1950) Stars: José Ferrer, John Emery, Jackson Beck Actors: Joan Alexander, George Petrie, Personne Inconnue Writer: S. S. Van Dine, Personne Inconnue Genre: Detective Drama Episode: Philo Vance - Serial 2, Episode 21 - 40 Serial: 2 of 5 Length Serial: 8:55:15 Episodes: 21 - 40 of 97 Length Series: 42:13:50 Announcer: Tom Shirley Creator: S. S. Van Dine Director: Frederick W. Ziv Company Producer: Frederick W. Ziv Company Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: action, philo, vance, detective, radio, old-time, nbc, mystery, otrr, shows, plays, vintage, classics, intelligence, adventure, dramas, program, raymond, guns, crime, gumshoe, gritty, private, hollywood, broadcasts, nostalgia, hollywood, famous, celebrities, stars Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

Free Old Time Radio
Philo Vance - Serial 3, Episode 41 - 60

Free Old Time Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 502:53


Philo Vance - Serial 3, Episode 41 - 60 Title: Philo Vance Overview: Three radio drama series were created with Philo Vance as the title character. The first series, broadcast by NBC in 1945, starred José Ferrer. A summer replacement series in 1946 starred John Emery as Vance. The best-known series (and the one of which most episodes survived) ran from 1948 to 1950 in Frederick Ziv syndication and starred Jackson Beck. "Thankfully, the radio series uses only the name, and makes Philo a pretty normal, though very intelligent and extremely courteous gumshoe. ... Joan Alexander is Ellen Deering, Vance's secretary, and right-hand woman.” Philo Vance is a fictional amateur detective originally featured in 12 crime novels by S. S. Van Dine in the 1920s and 1930s. During that time, Vance was immensely popular in books, films, and radio. He was portrayed as a stylish, even foppish dandy, a New York bon vivant possessing a highly intellectual bent. "S. S. Van Dine" was the pen name of Willard Huntington Wright, a prominent art critic who initially sought to conceal his authorship of the novels. Van Dine was also a fictional character in the books, a sort of Dr. Watson figure who accompanied Vance and chronicled his exploits. Vance's character as portrayed in the novels might seem to many modern readers to be supercilious, obnoxiously affected, and highly irritating. He struck some contemporaries that way, as well. At the height of Philo Vance's popularity, comic poet Ogden Nash wrote: "Philo Vance needs a kick in the pance." Famed hardboiled-detective author Raymond Chandler referred to Vance in his essay "The Simple Art of Murder" as "the most asinine character in detective fiction." In Chandler's novel The Lady in the Lake, Marlowe briefly uses Philo Vance as an ironic alias. A criticism of Vance's "phony English accent" also appears in Chandler's Farewell My Lovely. In Chandler's The Big Sleep, Marlowe says he's "not Sherlock Holmes or Philo Vance" and explains that his method owes more to the judgment of character than finding clues the police have missed. Original Air Date: April 29, 1943 - July 4, 1950 Series: Philo Vance Radio Series (1943 - 1950) Stars: José Ferrer, John Emery, Jackson Beck Actors: Joan Alexander, George Petrie, Personne Inconnue Writer: S. S. Van Dine, Personne Inconnue Genre: Detective Drama Episode: Philo Vance - Serial 3, Episode 41 - 60 Serial: 3 of 5 Length Serial: 8:22:46 Episodes: 41 - 60 of 97 Length Series: 42:13:50 Announcer: Tom Shirley Creator: S. S. Van Dine Director: Frederick W. Ziv Company Producer: Frederick W. Ziv Company Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: action, philo, vance, detective, radio, old-time, nbc, mystery, otrr, shows, plays, vintage, classics, intelligence, adventure, dramas, program, raymond, guns, crime, gumshoe, gritty, private, hollywood, broadcasts, nostalgia, hollywood, famous, celebrities, stars Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

Free Old Time Radio
Philo Vance - Serial 4, Episode 61 - 80

Free Old Time Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 505:32


Philo Vance - Serial 4, Episode 61 - 80 Title: Philo Vance Overview: Three radio drama series were created with Philo Vance as the title character. The first series, broadcast by NBC in 1945, starred José Ferrer. A summer replacement series in 1946 starred John Emery as Vance. The best-known series (and the one of which most episodes survived) ran from 1948 to 1950 in Frederick Ziv syndication and starred Jackson Beck. "Thankfully, the radio series uses only the name, and makes Philo a pretty normal, though very intelligent and extremely courteous gumshoe. ... Joan Alexander is Ellen Deering, Vance's secretary, and right-hand woman.” Philo Vance is a fictional amateur detective originally featured in 12 crime novels by S. S. Van Dine in the 1920s and 1930s. During that time, Vance was immensely popular in books, films, and radio. He was portrayed as a stylish, even foppish dandy, a New York bon vivant possessing a highly intellectual bent. "S. S. Van Dine" was the pen name of Willard Huntington Wright, a prominent art critic who initially sought to conceal his authorship of the novels. Van Dine was also a fictional character in the books, a sort of Dr. Watson figure who accompanied Vance and chronicled his exploits. Vance's character as portrayed in the novels might seem to many modern readers to be supercilious, obnoxiously affected, and highly irritating. He struck some contemporaries that way, as well. At the height of Philo Vance's popularity, comic poet Ogden Nash wrote: "Philo Vance needs a kick in the pance." Famed hardboiled-detective author Raymond Chandler referred to Vance in his essay "The Simple Art of Murder" as "the most asinine character in detective fiction." In Chandler's novel The Lady in the Lake, Marlowe briefly uses Philo Vance as an ironic alias. A criticism of Vance's "phony English accent" also appears in Chandler's Farewell My Lovely. In Chandler's The Big Sleep, Marlowe says he's "not Sherlock Holmes or Philo Vance" and explains that his method owes more to the judgment of character than finding clues the police have missed. Original Air Date: April 29, 1943 - July 4, 1950 Series: Philo Vance Radio Series (1943 - 1950) Stars: José Ferrer, John Emery, Jackson Beck Actors: Joan Alexander, George Petrie, Personne Inconnue Writer: S. S. Van Dine, Personne Inconnue Genre: Detective Drama Episode: Philo Vance - Serial 4, Episode 61 - 80 Serial: 4 of 5 Length Serial: 8:25:32 Episodes: 61 - 80 of 97 Length Series: 42:13:50 Announcer: Tom Shirley Creator: S. S. Van Dine Director: Frederick W. Ziv Company Producer: Frederick W. Ziv Company Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: action, philo, vance, detective, radio, old-time, nbc, mystery, otrr, shows, plays, vintage, classics, intelligence, adventure, dramas, program, raymond, guns, crime, gumshoe, gritty, private, hollywood, broadcasts, nostalgia, hollywood, famous, celebrities, stars Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

Free Old Time Radio
Philo Vance - Serial 5, Episode 81 - 97

Free Old Time Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 456:03


Philo Vance - Serial 5, Episode 81 - 97 Title: Philo Vance Overview: Three radio drama series were created with Philo Vance as the title character. The first series, broadcast by NBC in 1945, starred José Ferrer. A summer replacement series in 1946 starred John Emery as Vance. The best-known series (and the one of which most episodes survived) ran from 1948 to 1950 in Frederick Ziv syndication and starred Jackson Beck. "Thankfully, the radio series uses only the name, and makes Philo a pretty normal, though very intelligent and extremely courteous gumshoe. ... Joan Alexander is Ellen Deering, Vance's secretary, and right-hand woman.” Philo Vance is a fictional amateur detective originally featured in 12 crime novels by S. S. Van Dine in the 1920s and 1930s. During that time, Vance was immensely popular in books, films, and radio. He was portrayed as a stylish, even foppish dandy, a New York bon vivant possessing a highly intellectual bent. "S. S. Van Dine" was the pen name of Willard Huntington Wright, a prominent art critic who initially sought to conceal his authorship of the novels. Van Dine was also a fictional character in the books, a sort of Dr. Watson figure who accompanied Vance and chronicled his exploits. Vance's character as portrayed in the novels might seem to many modern readers to be supercilious, obnoxiously affected, and highly irritating. He struck some contemporaries that way, as well. At the height of Philo Vance's popularity, comic poet Ogden Nash wrote: "Philo Vance needs a kick in the pance." Famed hardboiled-detective author Raymond Chandler referred to Vance in his essay "The Simple Art of Murder" as "the most asinine character in detective fiction." In Chandler's novel The Lady in the Lake, Marlowe briefly uses Philo Vance as an ironic alias. A criticism of Vance's "phony English accent" also appears in Chandler's Farewell My Lovely. In Chandler's The Big Sleep, Marlowe says he's "not Sherlock Holmes or Philo Vance" and explains that his method owes more to the judgment of character than finding clues the police have missed. Original Air Date: April 29, 1943 - July 4, 1950 Series: Philo Vance Radio Series (1943 - 1950) Stars: José Ferrer, John Emery, Jackson Beck Actors: Joan Alexander, George Petrie, Personne Inconnue Writer: S. S. Van Dine, Personne Inconnue Genre: Detective Drama Episode: Philo Vance - Serial 5, Episode 81 - 97 Serial: 5 of 5 Length Serial: 7:35:56 Episodes: 81 - 97 of 97 Length Series: 42:13:50 Announcer: Tom Shirley Creator: S. S. Van Dine Director: Frederick W. Ziv Company Producer: Frederick W. Ziv Company Origin: United States Language: English Rated: Guidance Suggested Edition: Complete, Unexpurgated, Classic, Broadcast Running Time: 30 Minute Audio: Monaural Keywords: action, philo, vance, detective, radio, old-time, nbc, mystery, otrr, shows, plays, vintage, classics, intelligence, adventure, dramas, program, raymond, guns, crime, gumshoe, gritty, private, hollywood, broadcasts, nostalgia, hollywood, famous, celebrities, stars Hashtags: #freeoldtimeradio #freeradio #oldtimeradio #podcast #audible #amazonmusic #spotify #googlepodcasts #radio #vintageradio #vintage #oldradio #oldies #goldenageradio #retro #otr #old #amradio #radiomuseum #midcentury #radiovintage #retroradio #radioonline #vacuumradio #transistorradio #oldschool #golden #oldtimes #yesteryear #timeless #oldtime #drama #radioshow #20s #30s #40s #50s #60s #70s #80s #90s #00s #mixtape #classic #legend #nostalgia #iconic #flashback #backintheday #relaxing #nostalgic #lifestyle #anxiety #relax #sleep #rest #listen #radioprogram #antique Credits: Old-Time Radio Era Recordings in the Public Domain. Wikipedia (c) Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. WOMBO Dream. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/free-old-time-radio/support

That SEC Football Podcast
Gus Malzahn shares the latest on Auburn QB competition, John Emery looks legit, Missouri catches a break while Tennessee doesn't

That SEC Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2019 20:05


SEC Mike Bratton and his cousin Shane share their thoughts on the debut of HBO's Hard Knocks with the Raiders (1:30), Gus Malzahn shares the latest on the QB competition; explains why the QBs won't be live during camp (4:30), Malzahn praises Bo Nix's football IQ (8:00), Ed Orgeron talks up his kicker immediately after cousin Shane joked he would (10:30), LSU hype train speeds up after John Emery clip leaks (12:00), Barry Odom says Kelly Bryant and Albert O good to return to practice (14:00), Tennessee loses Emmitt Gooden for the season (15:00) Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/that-sec-football-podcast/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices