In this weeks episode we talk to Nick Millar from FARE Scotland. Nick is running a month long campaign about reducing the stigma around men's mental health and chats to us about why he thinks this is so important. Please Follow us Twitter (X) @CldTalks
An international break gives Adam Leventhal and co a chance to sit down and reflect on the 12 gameweeks of Premier League action so far. With the help of Nick Miller, Jay Harris, and Caoimhe O'Neill, we start by asking whether Man City can be beaten to the title this season, with Liverpool and Arsenal looking like the key contenders. Then it's a trip to the foot of the table, and wondering whether the three promoted clubs - Burnley, Sheffield United, and Luton - can escape instant relegation. And finally, it's a tour of our moments of the season so far, featuring our favourite goals, matches, players, signings, and more! *** • This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Find your bright spot this season, with BetterHelp. Visit BetterHelp.com/ATHLETICFOOTBALL today to get 10% off your first month. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Meredith sits down with comedians Jake Johnson and Gareth Reynolds, co-hosts of the popular new podcast “We're Here to Help.” Gareth and Jake — who played Nick Miller on the hit show "New Girl" — are longtime friends who bonded doing improv together. Their podcast is a lot like them: fun, silly, sometimes accidentally poignant. Meredith, Jake, and Gareth compare their approaches to advice-giving and dish on baldness, horses, and trashy TV. Warning: This episode is very fun. Email us at email@example.com.
This podcast covers New Girl Season 4, Episode 4 Micro, which originally aired on October 4, 2014 and was written by Josh Malmuth and directed by Jay Chandrasekhar. Here's a quick recap of the episode:After the guys start to rate women by their physical attributes, Jess dates a man with a micropenis to prove to the rest of the loft that she's not shallow. Meanwhile, Cece and Winston decide to mess with Coach and Schmidt and get them “into” modeling.This episode got a 7/10 rating from Kritika whose favorite character was Winston and Kelly rated this episode an 8/10 and her favorite character was Nick!While not discussed in the podcast, we noted other references in this episode including:Vietnam War / Korean War - When the guys were comparing "cans" one of the guys noted the "Post-Korean war, pre-Vietnam war" time was the size he liked the best. Paula Cole - In the bar, Winston put "five dollars in the jukebox" to play a "Paula Cole rock block." Hercules - In the modeling sequence, Schmidt was told he looked like "the only Jewish Greek God, Hercules."Thanks for listening and stay tuned for Episode 5!Music: "Hotshot” by scottholmesmusic.comFollow us on Twitter, Instagram or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!Website: https://smallscreenchatter.com/
Mark and Phil are joined by Nick Miller from the Athletic to dissect a barnstormer at Stamford Bridge, as well as discussing:The 'outstanding' Cole PalmerWhat part of his body did Erling Haaland score with?How is Raheem Sterling not in the England squad?Who is best placed to challenge Manchester City?Manchester City's WSL troublesGirona win again!Xavi under pressure at BarcelonaIsco continuing to defy his age---------------------------See every match of the Premier League, LALIGA, European qualifiers and WSL live and on-demand on Optus Sport.AND, watch our brand new weekly women's football show: the Women's Football Wrap on the Optus Sport app. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Adam Leventhal and co return to preview the weekend of Premier League fixtures. Headlining the weekend is Arsenal's trip to Newcastle, their first away game at a top-six team so far this season. Can Newcastle withstand the Gunners even without new signings Harvey Barnes and Sandro Tonali to call upon? Jacob Whitehead, the Athletic's Newcastle correspondent, is on hand to tell us. Then it's a return to Tottenham for Mauricio Pochettino for the first time with a new club. Can his Chelsea team break out of their slump to shock the league leaders? And finally, we discuss the race to the bottom, and whether Luton is the most likely to escape relegation this season. Adam Leventhal hosts Nick Miller, Jacob Whitehead and Luke Bosher *** • Get Coors Light delivered straight to your door with Drizly or Instacart by going to coorslight.com/athleticfootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adam Hurrey is joined by David Walker and Nick Miller on the latest Adjudication Panel. The agenda includes: whether or not a player's nickname can be inspired by a player from the same division, what constitutes a "late show", the art of the fake final whistle, the so-called refereeing "Big Two", an absurd development for Footballers' Names in Things, and which European clubs are eligible to be their country's "giants". Meanwhile, the panel define which errors are the most 'schoolboy' and try to calculate the maximum speed and distance of a player "ghosting in". Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This podcast covers New Girl Season 4, Episode 3, Julie Berkman's Older Sister, which originally aired on September 30, 2014 and was written by Nina Pedrad and directed by Fred Goss. Here's a quick recap of the episode:Jess's Dad, Bob, comes to visit and is bringing his new girlfriend...who happens to be someone that Jess went to high school with. Meanwhile, Schmidt asks the guys for help to land a new sponge ad campaign.This episode got a 6.5/10 rating from Kritika whose favorite character was Schmidt and Kelly rated this episode an 8/10 and her favorite character was Winston!While not discussed in the podcast, we noted other references in this episode including:Ed - Ashley shared she did “so much E” while watching the show Ed. Annie - Schmidt felt like he was living in reverse Annie going from “riches to rags”. Seal - Jess's Dad, Bob, and Ashley thought they saw Seal at the airport, but it wasn't him.Crabtree and Evelyn - Jess was threatening Ashley and referred to her fists as “Crabtree and Evelyn.”Thor / Mjölnir - Winston was reading Schmidt's focus group cue cards, saying “I am Thor” but didn't know how to pronounce Thor's hammer, Mjolnir.NPR - Jess said they needed to “turn Ashley off” by playing NPR. [Weeble] - Ashley said Bob was her, “big, round, bald, fuzzy Weeble-Wobble.” Thanks for listening and stay tuned for Episode 4!Music: "Hotshot” by scottholmesmusic.comFollow us on Twitter, Instagram or email us at email@example.com!Website: https://smallscreenchatter.com/
It's the most romantic day of the year... sort of. If you're a tenant of Apartment 4D, it's going to be hit or miss. That's right, we're talking about "Valentine's Day"!Jenn and Jaime (@elspunko) reunite to talk about Jess' story, that almost-moment at the end of the episode between her and Schmidt, the actual end of the episode between Schmidt and Cece, Winston's girls' night, and Nick's first Valentine's Day with Julia.Enjoy the episode!Our recommended media:Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Amazon Prime)"The Stand-In" by Lily ChuPlease support the SAG-AFTRA strike for fair wages and treatment by donating to the Entertainment Community Fund if you can!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram for more fun content. Support the Loveland Therapy Fund for Black Women and Girls, and donate if you can to the ACLU Drag Defense Fund.
We live at an interesting nexus today, where so much of our economy is focused on building processes and systems that enable us to exist in the virtual world while at the same time we continue to build and develop the physical world in which we also exist. Maybe one day, one of those worlds will overtake the other. For now though, we seem to have one foot in each world and pass between them multiple times every day. Navigating our journeys through both of these worlds creates unlimited opportunities for creative entrepreneurs. Dustin Puryear os founder and CEO of Giant Rocketship, a Baton Rouge based tech company that has developed an AI-powered project manager that efficiently assigns and monitors tasks for IT companies, and can reassign them if a team member faces challenges or is unavailable. Dustin founded Giant Rocketship as an outgrowth of Puryear IT, which provides a range of IT services for small and medium-sized business. Dustin still owns both companies, but spends most of his time these days focused on Giant Rocketship. Dustin has also has a developed a niche as a speaker in IT circles, where he shares insights on technology, cybersecurity and AI. Firmly in the real world, Baton Rouge native Nick Miller is founder and CEO of Build Commercial Construction, a full service commercial construction company that works in the multifamily, retail, healthcare and industrial spaces, and also does storm and wetlands remediation - a growing segment in climate-challenged south Louisiana. Nick graduated from LSU's Bert S. Turner School of Construction Management and got his start with Manhattan Construction, where he was a project manager overseeing construction of L'Auberge Casino. He later spent several years with a large general contractor until taking the brave step of branching out on his own to form Build Commercial Construction, which specializes in the design assist delivery method of construction which increases the collaborative efforts between owners, designers and the general contractor. Recently the firm expanded its footprint to two nearby states. Out to Lunch is recorded live over lunch at Mansurs on the Boulevard. You can find photos from this show by Brian Pavlich at itsbatonrouge.la.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today… Is this the end for Neymar? Nick Miller tells us about the road ahead for the Brazilian superstar. What's in store as Chelsea meet Arsenal? We check in with Nnamdi Onyeagwara and Liam Twomey ahead of the London Derby. Which games deserve your attention this weekend? A run-through of the best storylines to follow. Host: Michael Bailey Producer: Mike Zimmermann Executive Producer: Iain Macintosh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Minnesota Vikings have faced a challenging beginning to the season, but as the schedule becomes more favorable, should they consider exploring a trade for their star edge rusher, Danielle Hunter? In this edition of Purple Process, Nick Miller examines compelling reasons supporting the idea that the Vikings could optimize Hunter's trade value and potentially make a strategic move before the impending deadline.We'd really appreciate it if you could subscribe and help us grow our channel! Also, drop a comment on how you feel we love to hearing from the fans like you! #skol #minnesotavikings @vikings #nfl Where to find our podcast: RSS: https://anchor.fm/s/dcc0dfb4/podcast/rss SUBSCRIBE on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/37uWwSw... SUBSCRIBE on Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Our Sponsors: That's BadAss Wood Art: https://www.thatsbadasswoodart.com/ Lake Monster Brewing: https://www.thatsbadasswoodart.com/ East Side Jiu-Jitsu: https://www.martialartsorleans.com/ Follow the group on X (formerly Twitter) Matt Anderson: https://twitter.com/MattAnderson_8 Myles Gorham: https://twitter.com/MylesGorham85 Ryan Ortega: https://twitter.com/sportsguyry Jayson Brown: https://twitter.com/brownjayson Nick Miller: https://twitter.com/NicholasMMiller --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/minnesota-vikings-ctp/support
Episode 154 Details Pheasant season is here in the North! Tigger & BEC spent last weekend's opener sharing the time with their nephews and taking out family. Tigger of course had to rib BEC as at the last minute she did a "No-No" and decided to switch from her pump 12-gauge shotgun to her over-under; and was skunked. But it all happens to the best of us! Thankfully much of their party was limited out and most importantly fun & memories were made. NEWS HIGH SCHOOL: FLY FISHING CLASS An innovative English class introduced Maine high school students to fly fishing this fall. Nokomis Regional High School in Newport, Maine introduced this fall an innovative English elective class that focuses on fly fishing. The goal, to engage students by immersing them in the outdoors. The instructor, Nick Miller, was asked by the principal if he was to teach a nontraditional class, would he be interested and if given the opportunity, what would it be. Mr. Nick Miller chose his favorite hobby, Fly Fishing. Thus far students have been taught basics in fly fishing including going out to several bodies of water to actually fish. Later in the semester, once to chilly outside they will begin reading works such as Norman Maclean's “A River Runs Through It” (a book made famous by the movie of same name featuring actor Brad Pitt), and transition the outdoors relatability into more of a traditional English Class. VERMONT POACHER CAUGHT IN ACTION After a years-long court process, the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife after instances dating back three years are now able to put to rest a poaching case. After reports of poaching by a 43-year-old male, the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife staged a dummy deer, a buck, in Northern Vermont in which Shane Philips was caught in action. According to a press release from the VDFW, Game wardens watched Shane Philips of Vermont attempt to poach the buck by using his vehicle headlights to illuminate it in the dark. After shooting the dummy buck with a crossbow, the suspect was confronted, and he fled the scene. The suspect was tracked, arrested, and confiscated both the crossbow and vehicle. Philips has been found guilty of taking big game by 5 illegal means. This poacher must pay a fine of almost $3,000, forfeit both the vehicle and crossbow, and has lost his hunting privileges for the next three years. YELLOWSTONE ELK STAMPEDE CAUSED BY WOLVES Right place, right time. In a once-in-a-lifetime sighting, a wildlife photographer in Yellowstone National Park this month captured video footage of an approximately 300-head herd of elk chased by a pack of wolves. A must-watch! The pack of about 20 wolves pursuit of the herd resulted in an elk stampede with the wolves bringing down a young cow. This video is a glimpse of nature that is rarely seen much less caught on camera. An impressive video of wildlife in action. FEATURE ELIMINATE ODORS NATURALLY Banish Nasty Odors From Vehicles Naturally! That's the focus. With fall now here, we are all stoked for hunting season… not for fall cleaning… but if you're like most, this is that one time of year your vehicle too. Have to make room for your hunting buddies, or maybe your 4x4 is musty smelly having sat waiting for hunting season to kick off OR your farm & ranch truck needs a little TLC. We are here to the rescue with natural ways to banish and neutralize those nasty car odors naturally. You might even want to use these tricks to remove smells from your daily ride too! Ventilation - crack open the windows, kind of a no-brainer there. Baking Soda Magic - sprinkle on the seats & floor mats as well as the carpet, let sit for a while, and vacuum up. Citrus Freshness - place some lemons or oranges in half and leave for a day sitting in the vehicle. Dry Coffee Grounds - leave a cup or bowl in the front, back and if spills just vacuum up. Dryer Sheets - Choose your favorite scent and leave around inside the vehicle, they also help with keeping mice away too. Lastly, good old Vinegar - a great scent neutralizer and sanitizer in one, wipe down the dashboard, and steering column, and clean the inside windows with it. RECIPE: PHEASANT STREET TACOS What to do with some of that game meat you're harvesting right now, that's easy, yummy, and even fun to serve at the next family gathering or tailgate. Tacos are always a hit, so why not change it up and consider using your upland game birds! Use pheasant, quail, grouse or even rabbit or squirrel if you really want to get crazy! Heat up your slow cooker on high, and toss in a can of your favorite enchilada sauce - red or green, and a can of chiles - mild, moderate or hot depending on your love for a little kick. Add one chopped sweet onion and mix together with your favorite taco seasoning. Add in one and a half pounds of meat and let cook on high for 4 hours. Once the meat is cooked thoroughly, shred the meat, add it back to the slow cooker, and put on low heat. DONE, it is ready to serve whenever you are ready to eat! Use small corn or flour tortillas, put a heavy spoonful of the saucy meat mixture then top with a little pico, a dab of avocado or guacamole and a sprinkle of cilantro… And you have Wild Game Street Tacos! FIELD REPORTS & COMMENTS Call or Text your questions, or comments to 305-900-BEND or 305-900-2363 Or email BendRadioShow@gmail.com FOLLOW Facebook/Instagram: @thebendshow SUBSCRIBE to The Bend YouTube Channel. Website: TheBendShow.com https://thebendshow.com/ #catchBECifyoucan #tiggerandbec #outdoors #travel #cowboys The Outdoors, Rural America, And Wildlife Conservation are Center-Stage. AND how is that? Because Tigger & BEC… Live This Lifestyle. Learn more about Jeff ‘Tigger' Erhardt & Rebecca Wanner aka BEC here: TiggerandBEC.com Home - Tigger & BEC WESTERN LIFESTYLE & THE OUTDOORS Tigger & BEC are News Broadcasters that represent the Working Ranch world, Rodeo, and the Western Way of Life as well as advocate for the Outdoors and Wildlife Conservation. Outdoorsmen themselves, this duo strives to provide the hunter, adventurer, cowboy, cowgirl, rancher and/or successful farmer, and anyone interested in agriculture with the knowledge, education, and tools needed to bring high-quality beef and the wild game harvested to your table for dinner. They understand the importance in sharing meals with family, cooking the fruits of our labor and fish from our adventures, and learning to understand the importance of making memories in the outdoors. Appreciate God's Country. United together, this duo offers a glimpse into and speaks about what life truly is like at the end of dirt roads and off the beaten path. Tigger & BEC look forward to hearing from you, answering your questions and sharing in the journey of making your life a success story. Adventure Awaits Around The Bend. REFERENCES https://www.outdoorlife.com/conservation/vermont-deer-jacker-sentenced/
On this edition of the Weekend Preview we welcome another round of Euro 2024 qualifiers, with England potentially securing qualification if they can see off Italy on Tuesday. With the Three Lions in good shape ahead of Germany next summer, we ask the panel whether they're comfortable with the ‘favourites' tag and which countries fear them the most. Also, with the UK and Ireland having been confirmed as hosts of Euro 2028, our panelists get out their crystal balls to predict the starting lineups five years from now. Adam Leventhal hosts Nick Miller, Tim Spiers and Thom Harris. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We're back for a New Girl episode — and this one is all about the dynamic between Jess Julia!Jenn and Jaime (@elspunko) are rejoined by Chels (@chels725) to talk all about how this storyline could have been handled better, the startlingly short arc Julia gets, why Winston's behavior is so strange in this episode, and — most importantly of all — Schmidt's determination to figure out why his towel is constantly damp.Enjoy!Our recommended media:"After Hours on Milagro Street" and "Full Moon Over Freedom" by Angelina M. LopezAnything with Nicole Byer in it.BBW (Big Beautiful Weirdo) (Netflix)Elemental and Good Chemistry: The Story of Elemental (Disney+)Please support the SAG-AFTRA strike for fair wages and treatment by donating to the Entertainment Community Fund if you can!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram for more fun content. Support the Loveland Therapy Fund for Black Women and Girls, and donate if you can to the ACLU Drag Defense Fund.
This podcast covers New Girl Season 4, Episode 2, Dice, which originally aired on September 23, 2014 and was written by Matt Fusfeld and Alex Cuthbertson and directed by Lynn Shelton. Here's a quick recap of the episode:Jess takes a risk and learns how to use dating apps from Schmidt while Nick and Cece get Coach stoned for the first time…right before they get invited to a party with Winston's cop coworkers.This episode got a 8/10 rating from both Kritika and Kelly and we both had the same favorite character: Schmidt!While not discussed in the podcast, we noted other references in this episode including:Babar - Nick thought Schmidt's hookup, Barb, was the name of the cartoon elephant Babar.DTF - Jess thought “Darn tootin' fun” could be represented by the acronym “DTF”.Hemsworth - When training Jess on Dice, Schmidt showed a photo of a man who looked like a Hemsworth. Taboo Buzzer - Schmidt used the loft's Taboo buzzer to train Jess on Dice.Kings of Leon - Schmidt commented that Kings of Leon was a good band, but stuck in one place musically.Titanic - When Nick was high, he claimed, “No man or piece of scientific technology has ever been to the bottom of the ocean.” However, Cece, who was also high, confirmed the man who made the Titanic did. Al Pacino - When Nick was high, he poorly did imitations and Coach guessed he was imitating Al Pacino. Broadway - Jess felt she wasn't ready to Dice date yet, saying, “I'm not ready. That's like taking a musical from rehearsals straight to Broadway. You got to workshop it first.”Beatnik - Jess was asking one of her Dice dates if he was a chef or Beatnik because of his turtleneck shirt.Charlotte's Web - Winston was telling a story about a spider and shared how he hoped it was “Charlotte's Web and [it's] nice" before spoiling the plot for the partygoers who didn't know the story of Charlotte's Web.Michael Strahan - One of Jess's Dice dates said, “I'm not gay, but I would go crazy on Michael Strahan.”Meryl Streep - One of Jess's Dice dates said he thought Meryl Streep was dumb.[Hockey Positions] - Jess used an excuse to get out of a date mentioning the “Center Wing” in hockey and he confirmed that's not a position. “Pomp and Circumstance” - Coach, Cece, and Nick were singing this song in the closet after they said they could “see” Cece going back to school.Thanks for listening and stay tuned for Episode 3!Music: "Hotshot” by scottholmesmusic.comFollow us on Twitter, Instagram or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!Website: https://smallscreenchatter.com/
Today… Are Spurs title contenders? Liam Tharme breaks down Tottenham's emotional win against Liverpool and if they showed enough to stay in the title race. Can VAR be fixed? Nick Miller dives into the Video Assistant Referee issues and how they can be fixed. And how low can Manchester United go? After another woeful performance, Laurie Whitwell tells us what is going on at Old Trafford. Host: Tim Spiers Producer: Mike Zimmermann Executive Producer: Iain Macintosh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adam Leventhal hosts Caoimhe O'Neill, Nick Miller, and Tim Spiers as they look ahead to match day seven of the Premier League. One game stands out among the rest: Tottenham vs Liverpool. With both teams unbeaten so far this season, we ask where the improvement in both squads has come from, and what kind of match it will produce. We also take a whistle-stop tour around some of the other fixtures, with Man United facing Crystal Palace for the second time this week, the champion's Man City away to Wolves, and can Everton make it three wins in a row versus Luton? *** • Get Coors Light delivered straight to your door with Drizly or Instacart by going to coorslight.com/COOLIGANS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join us for an episode talking about the Minnesota Vikings' turbulent 0-3 season start and the path ahead. From standout moments by Kirk Cousins and Justin Jefferson to the unfortunate fumbles and self-inflicted challenges against the Eagles and Chargers, we dissect the highs and lows. Discover why trusting the long-term process, even during trying times, is crucial in our quest for success. Subscribe now and help us grow our channel, and drop a comment on how you feel we'd love to hear from you! #skol #minnesotavikings @vikings #nfl Where to find our podcast: RSS: https://anchor.fm/s/dcc0dfb4/podcast/rss SUBSCRIBE on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/37uWwSw... SUBSCRIBE on Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Our Sponsors: That's BadAss Wood Art: https://www.thatsbadasswoodart.com/ Lake Monster Brewing: https://www.thatsbadasswoodart.com/ East Side Jiu-Jitsu: https://www.martialartsorleans.com/ Follow the group on X (formerly Twitter) Matt Anderson: https://twitter.com/MattAnderson_8 Myles Gorham: https://twitter.com/MylesGorham85 Ryan Ortega: https://twitter.com/sportsguyry Jayson Brown: https://twitter.com/brownjayson Nick Miller: https://twitter.com/NicholasMMiller --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/minnesota-vikings-ctp/support
What did we learn from Manchester United's win over Crystal Palace? From Old Trafford Carl Anka tells us all about Garnacho, Mount, and what this means for United's next match against, checks notes, Crystal Palace. How is Pochettino prepping Chelsea for Brighton? By discussing the owners' regular visits to the dressing room after matches, as Liam Twomey explains. Why has Red Bull given Salzburg zings?! Nick Miller made the journey to Austria to watch a rivalry 18 years in the making take place as Austria Salzburg hosted Red Bull Salzburg in a fiery encounter. Host: Michael Bailey Producers: Abi Paterson and Mike Zimmermann Exec Prod: Iain Macintosh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Do you remember that app Clubhouse? The one that had that brief two or three months in the spotlight over the 2021 winter? I loved that app. Maybe you did too, and it might be the reason you're listening to this podcast in the first place. It certainly was my inspiration. One of the best things that came from my time on Clubhouse was a long-lasting relationship with John Bunn and Nick Miller, two videographers who run How to Film Weddings. John reached out after a Clubhouse binge I went on back in January 2021, and the three of us hit it off right away. I've been a guest on their podcast several times, presented in their mastermind four times, and gave a talk at their last retreat. We've also done an advanced group coaching program called Momentum specifically for videographers, so if you're interested in signing up for the next one this winter, reach out. But today, we're turning the tables and bringing Nick and John on MY podcast to share their own business journeys as videographers. Because in addition to offering advice to their community, they've brought me on as a business coach and our copywriters as the wordsmiths for their websites. Videographers, pay attention. But so should anyone who wants to elevate their business to charge more, feel proud of what you promote, and know with 100% confidence you're doing the right things with your company. This is the story of how you can work less and make more in the real world.
This podcast covers New Girl Season 4, Episode 1, The Last Wedding, which originally aired on September 16, 2014 and was written by J.J. Philben and directed by Trent O'Donnell. Here's a quick recap of the episode:It's been a few months since Cruise and the loft mates have been to 11 weddings this summer… This episode has the gang attending a 12th wedding with a goal to not go home alone. This episode got an 8/10 rating from both Kritika and Kelly; Kritika's favorite character was Winston and Kelly's favorite was Jess.While not discussed in the podcast, we noted other references in this episode including:Academy Awards / Anna Paquin - Schmidt gets “angry and scared” that Jess knits and likens it to when he hears the phrase, "Academy Award winner Anna Paquin."[Olaf] from Frozen - Coach thought the bridesmaid Nick made out with looked like “the snowman from Frozen”.[Game of Thrones] - When Schmidt was making the case that “nobody meets anybody in fall…” he also said, “Winter... is coming” – a famous quote from the show Game of Thrones. Malcolm Gladwell - Kat shared she lost her virginity to author, Malcolm Gladwell. [Last Helicopter Out of Saigon] - Throughout the episode there was a bit between Schmidt and Nick regarding whether or not they should have a four way and they related Schmidt's desperation to the “Last Helicopter Out of Saigon”. The Best Man Holiday - A past hookup that Coach ran into again told him she “rented Best Man Holiday. You're not in it.”Batman / Teenage Simba - Jess's first crush was on a Batman cake, but her first sexual feelings were for Teenage Simba. Larry King - When competing with Kat, Jess showed a picture of her with a guy who she thought was Larry King.Thanks for listening and stay tuned for Episode 2! Music: "Hotshot” by scottholmesmusic.comFollow us on Twitter, Instagram or email us at email@example.com!Website: https://smallscreenchatter.com/
Nick Miller, Tim Spiers and Luke Bosher join Adam Leventhal to preview round five of the Premier League. They attempt to answer the weekend's big questions, such as: can Liverpool avenge the 3-0 defeat to Wolves from last season? Will Harry Maguire get the nod for an injury-hit Manchester United vs Brighton? And can Arsenal break their Goodison Park hoodoo after five consecutive winless trips? There's also a review of the Athletic's Agent Survey which the panel discusses, as well as a quick preview from Seb Stafford-Bloor as the top two clash in Germany. *** • This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/ATHLETICFOOTBALL • Get Coors Light delivered straight to your door with Drizly or Instacart by going to coorslight.com/COOLIGANS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Adam Leventhal welcomes Nick Miller, Thom Harris, and Tomas Hill Lopez-Menchero onto our weekend preview show, this time with an international twist. That's right, it's the first international break of the season! Will England maintain a 100% winning record in European Championship qualifying as they take on Ukraine this Saturday? Which other fixtures are appealing? And, looking further down the line, what is the succession plan post-Gareth Southgate? We also bring you the up-to-date on the Luis Rubiales scandal, with Spain's World Cup-winning manager Jorge Vilda getting the axe this week. And finally, we go on a whistlestop tour of the transfer window - who were the winners, who were the losers, and which transfers left us scratching our heads? - The latest episode of the Athletic's Go Deeper podcast series charts Bukayo Saka's rise to two-time English player of the year and Ballon d'Or candidate. Follow the link here to listen now: https://theathletic.com/podcast/220-beyond-the-headline/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
New York-based musician and America's Sweetheart Nick Miller joins to discuss the underseen 150-minute Extended Cut of Tom Hanks's directorial debut, 'That Thing You Do!'. It's a meandering, expansive version of the film that takes the original cut's effervescent (if slight) shot of pop nostalgia and, at its best, aims for comparisons to great surveyors of cinematic Americana like Robert Altman & Jonathan Demme (who serves as producer on this film).We discuss the two versions of the film, their differences, and how the Extended Cut showcases even further Tom Hanks's singular knowledge of the era and its musical landscape. Then, we talk about the eponymous tune, an infectious earworm written by the late Adam Schlesinger which took on a life of its own as a charting hit single and was nominated for the Best Original Song Oscar in 1997. We also discuss the film as part and parcel with Tom Hanks's decade-long fixation with postwar America and the Greatest Generation's sense of national purpose, how the movie gets right many of the intricacies of songwriting and band dynamics, and make a plea to the 300+ artists (including Squeeze and They Might Be Giants) who submitted versions of "That Thing You Do!" to finally release their recordings. Follow Nick Miller on Twitter.Listen to Nick Miller on Bandcamp.Get access to all of our premium episodes and bonus content by becoming a Hit Factory Patron for just $5/month.....Our theme song is "Mirror" by Chris Fish.
Host Danny Kelly is joined by The Athletic's James Maw and Tim Spiers following Spurs' 5-2 victory away at Burnley over the weekend. There's assessment of that game as the panel try not to get carried away with Spurs' brilliant start to the season. The summer transfers are also reviewed after the slamming of the window - with Nick Miller telling us what to expect from new signing Brennan Johnson. Produced by Mike Stavrou. *** • Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to https://nordvpn.com/lane to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's Schmidt's 29th birthday, and minor chaos ensues! Welcome back to our New Girl rewatch where today, it's all about "The Story of the 50."Jenn and Jaime (@elspunko) are joined by their longtime pal Chels (@chels725) to discuss watching the show live, Lizzy Caplan's debut in this episode, Schmidt's deep insecurities, whether he deserved to put $50 in the jar, and how to pronounce "charcuterie." Enjoy!Our recommended media:"Family Lore: A Novel" by Elizabeth AcevedoKeke Palmer in Usher's music video.A Thousand and One (Peacock)Please support the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes for fair wages and treatment by donating to the Entertainment Community Fund if you can!Follow us on Twitter and Instagram for more fun content. Support the Loveland Therapy Fund for Black Women and Girls, and donate if you can to the ACLU Drag Defense Fund.
Has Darwin Nuñez kick-started his Liverpool career? James Pearce was at St. James' Park for Liverpool's crazy comeback. Is Arteta trying to change too much at Arsenal? Nick Miller on the tinkering of the Gunners' tactics. What next for the Spanish football federation? Dermot Corrigan explains the suspension of Luis Rubiales. Host: Tim Spiers Producer: Mike Zimmermann Executive Producer: Iain Macintosh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ayo Akinwolere is joined by The Athletic's Liverpool writer James Pearce and Nick Miller following Darwin Nunez's explosive cameo at St James' Park as the Reds came from behind to win 2-1. The panel analyse the Uruguayan's contribution and potential after a season of adaptation in the Premier League. Plus there's the latest on Liverpool's transfer search in the final week of the summer market as well as pondering the possibility of Mohamed Salah moving to Saudi Arabia. Produced by Guy Clarke Executive Producer: Adey Moorhead *** • Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to https://nordvpn.com/theathletic to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week John and Nick are nerding out on all things color grading...we're talking about the theory behind your color grade, practical tips to improving your color and 6 tips to take it all to the next level. We are also super pumped to announce our new lut pack that we've created with Gamut! Check it out here: howtofilmweddings.com/luts
Tim Spiers takes on hosting duties of our weekend preview with help from Nick Miller, Nnamdi Onyeagwara, and Reuben Pinder. They break down the big talking points ahead of matchday three, including whether Newcastle or Liverpool are in with a title shout this year ahead of their Sunday clash, should Manchester United fans be worried ahead of a visit from Nottingham Forest, and is Everton vs Wolves already a relegation six-pointer? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to our show! Hannah and Lamorne are reunited to talk Irish goodbyes in a Christmas-y party episode. They discuss everyone's approach to handling the Dump Fantasy and the ever controversial topic of if Santa is real? Plus, Hannah and Lamorne discuss their first fight! Follow us on Instagram @welcometoourshowpod.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
You need more friends...specifically other wedding filmmaker friends. In this episode, John and Nick get into the power of networking for business growth. They share humorous behind-the-scenes moments, emphasizing the need for continuous evolution in business. Whether you're an entrepreneur looking to expand your connections, eager to gain insights from top professionals, or just seeking a good laugh, this episode is a must-listen. Plus, discover exclusive perks for the How to Film Weddings community and how you can be a part of it. Join the journey to elevate your business and networking game! Don't miss out on the Calibrate Workshop: howtofilmweddings.com/calibrate
Adam Leventhal previews the return of the Premier League with the help of a crack team of Athletic staff: Laura Williamson, Jay Harris & Nick Miller. Plus, David Ornstein and Rafa Honigstein on Kane.On the agenda, we discuss Harry Kane's decision to sign for Bayern Munich. Liverpool head to Stamford Bridge, and how optimistic are you - we reveal the results of our Hope-O-Meter survey... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by actor, comedian and director Jake Johnson -- known for his role as Nick Miller in the sitcom "New Girl" and the voice of Peter B. Parker in the film "Spider Man: Across The Spider-Verse". Johnson explained why he's all in on Bears general manager Ryan Poles and quarterback Justin Fields, and why he likes the signing of defensive end Yannick Ngakoue.
Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by actor, comedian and director Jake Johnson -- known for his role as Nick Miller in the sitcom "New Girl" and the voice of Peter B. Parker in the film "Spider Man: Across The Spider-Verse". Johnson discussed his disappointment in the dismantling of the 2016 World Series winning Cubs, his hope that outfielder Cody Bellinger signs a long-term deal with Chicago, and more.
Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by actor, comedian and director Jake Johnson -- known for his role as Nick Miller in the sitcom "New Girl" and the voice of Peter B. Parker in the film "Spider Man: Across The Spider-Verse". Johnson explained why he's all in on Bears general manager Ryan Poles and quarterback Justin Fields, and why he likes the signing of defensive end Yannick Ngakoue. Johnson then discussed his disappointment in the dismantling of the 2016 World Series winning Cubs, his hope that outfielder Cody Bellinger signs a long-term deal with Chicago, and more. Bernstein and Holmes then discussed the sad story of White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson's squandered opportunity as face of the franchise before discussing why the team should be embarrassed after Yankees right-hander Keynan Middleton, who was traded by the Sox last week, ripped into the culture of his former team.
Michelle Owen is joined by Jack Lang and Nick Miller to reflect on the fourteenth day of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023. Jamaica make the knockout stages for the first time ever at the expense of Brazil in yet another earth shattering shock in this Women's World Cup. The Reggae Girlz were joined by France in qualifying out of group F. England are still basking in their 6-1 win over China which saw them top Group D and secure a last 16 tie against Nigeria. The Athletic's Jacob Whitehead is with the Lionesses throughout their tournament and brought us the latest from there. And in Group G another shock as African champions South Africa knocked out Italy to also make the last 16 for the first time ever. They progressed alongside Sweden to the knockouts. Producer: Steve Hankey Executive Producer: Abi Paterson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Michelle Owen is joined by Caoimhe O'Neill and Nick Miller to reflect on the twelfth day of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023. Group B came to an end today with Australia and Nigeria going through at the expense of Canada. England will play one of Australia and Nigeria in the Last 16, if they qualify from Group D. The Athletic's Chloe Morgan gives us the latest from The Lioness camp ahead of their final game against China tomorrow. Japan put four past Spain to qualify top of Group C with a massive statement victory. The Athletic's Laia Cervelló Herrero was at the Wellington Regional stadium in Wellington / Te Whanganui-a-Tara and reflected on that Spanish collapse for us. And The Athletic's Meg Linehan helps us look ahead to the USA's crunch game against Portugal in Group E. Producer: Steve Hankey Executive Producer: Abi Paterson Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices