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Rig Rundowns
Wolf Alice

Rig Rundowns

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 38:31


Listening to the tidal wave in “Giant Peach,” the riotous “Moaning Lisa Smile,” or the punked-up “Play the Greatest Hits,” it's hard to imagine Wolf Alice as an acoustic duo. Then talk to Joff Oddie about his integral use of effects—“These pedals can do such crazy things; to not do crazy things with things that can do crazy things seems odd”—and the band's origin story becomes even more improbable. But it's true: Wolf Alice started with guitarist/singer Ellie Rowsell and guitarist Oddie playing acoustic-folk music during open-mic nights in North London pubs. After self-releasing an EP, they expanded and electrified their sound with the help of Theo Ellis (bass/synths) and Joel Amey (drums/synths). Now sure, plenty of the band's repertoire from their four official releases stays in the quieter, softer settings—creating maximum drama—but Joff and the gang give some animation to nearly every note played. (To give further cred to the group's juxtaposition of floating like a butterfly and stinging like a bee, in a https://www.premierguitar.com/artists/wolf-alices-joff-oddie-pop-goes-boom (2015 PG interview) Oddie cited John Fahey and Sonic Youth as two of his biggest influences.) “On Blue Weekend, we leaned into our past quite a bit, where we layered up sounds with acoustic instruments. We used loads of 12-strings, banjos, resonators, and tenor guitars,” Oddie says about the band's recent release. “We're even performing an acoustic fingerstyle number—‘Safe From Heartbreak (if you never fall in love)'—each night, so it's nice to get back there.” Before Wolf Alice's sold-out show at Nashville's Cannery Ballroom, guitarist Oddie shared an hour with PG's Chris Kies. The resulting conversation covered the cathartic process of building his first guitar during lockdown (a Jaguar-Jazzmaster hybrid) and why he switched to a pair of Fenders that are “a big sheet of paper that you can paint on.” Plus, he illustrates how every moment in a Wolf Alice set has a pedal, and those moments are unique and not repeated. [Brought to you by D'Addario 360 Rechargeable Tuner: http://ddar.io/Nexxus.RigRundown (http://ddar.io/Nexxus.RigRundown)]

Sam's Army
Ep 2.135: Post-Benitez Everton, North London DERP-y + chat w/ Kyle Martino

Sam's Army

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 144:46


Steve Ceruti of The Ringer joins Sam and the Tweedles. HEADLINES: transfer talk f/t Chris Wood and Diego Costa. WHAT IF [14:10]: does North America or Africa go further in WC22. PREMIER LEAGUE [19:00]: thots on Benitez "era" and who Everton should target as next manager, reaction to Arsenal wussing out of NLD, love to Leeds(!) and James Ward-Prowse and Power Rankings [47:30]. REST OF WORLD [1:03:40]: McKennie stays hot and player gets harpooned in Sevilla Daerby. STOPPAGE TIME [1:0815]: Best Bets and GOAWs. Next up Kyle Martino [1:20:30] explains his myriad projects and the unifying theory for changing the soccer world; we dig into his time at NBC (and relationships therein), the reason for his departure, which Robbie wins a cage match and if/when he will be back on TV; he spills the tea on what is holding the US Soccer Federation back; and we get the lowdown on his tattoos, massive tie-knots and what constitutes success for USMNT at WC22.

The View From The Lane - A show about Tottenham
Covid Postponements, Transfer updates & Serge Aurier in goal

The View From The Lane - A show about Tottenham

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 45:08


The Athletic's Jack Pitt-Brooke and James Maw join Danny Kelly to look back on a weekend where the North London derby was postponed due to a lack of available players in the Arsenal squad. They discuss how the Premier League has found itself in a position where games are being so frequently postponed, they debate possible solutions to the problem, and look at how it may impact Spurs in the second half of the season. They then take a look at Spurs' lack of activity in the transfer market, as a number of out of favour players remain, whilst no significant new talent appears to be incoming just yet

The OneFootball Podcast
318: Man City win the title already, The CORRECT North London Derby decision & transfer gossip galore!

The OneFootball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 73:28


Join host Matt Frohlich on our OneFootball Premier League podcast as Joel Sanderson-Murray & Lewis Ambrose are on to discuss just how close Man City are to winning the title, why the North London derby was correctly called off and how Burnley could make the most Burnley signing ever!

The Game Football Podcast
Did Rafa Stand a Chance?

The Game Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 59:14


Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Tom Clarke, Alyson Rudd and Matt Dickinson.Manchester City are 11 points clear of Liverpool at the top of the Premier League. Is there any way they can lose the title from here? (00:00)Romalu Lukaku might be back in the Chelsea starting line-up, but how must his re-inclusion have gone down with his teammates? (10:16)Rafa Benitez didn't last the season at Everton. As the Spaniard departs, did he ever stand a chance of succeeding? (15:08)The North London derby was called off over a lack of players with reportedly few Covid cases in either squad. Is it time to change the rules on postponements to stop teams abusing the system? (31:30)Matt Dickinson has been absent from The Game for a while - he explains his new direction and his favourite stories he's been across since we last heard from him (42:40)Dickinson's Diaries. Needs no introduction! (52:30)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson

Jimbo is joined by Carl Anka, Daniel Storey and Charlie Eccleshare after a weekend packed full of talking points. While there's a controversial postponement of the North London derby, Leeds just carry on playing and win at West Ham. Does Bielsa get enough credit? Is Declan Rice being pushed too far forward? Plus what's up with the different size dinner tables at Man United? The Athletic's Greg O'Keeffe has details on chaos club Everton sacking Rafa Benitez and perhaps the imminent return of Roberto Martinez to Goodison Park. Chelsea are beaten by Manchester City again as we ask why Tuchel's side can't put together a long winning streak. And why do they continue to misuse Lukaku? Plus Caulker v Zaha at AFCON, James Ward-Prowse's crumpled technique and paintballing with Temuri Ketsbaia. RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1a: That North London derby postponement (01m 30s) • PART 1b: West Ham 2-3 Leeds (13m 00s)  • PART 2: Aston Villa 2-2 Man Utd (23m 30s)  • PART 3a: Everton sack Rafa Benitez with Greg O'Keefe (36m 00s) • PART 3b: Newcastle 1-1 Watford (49m 00s) • PART 4a: On This Day and the rest of the Premier League weekend (53m 00s) • PART 4b: AFCON – Algeria's 35 game unbeaten run comes to an end (67m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR 33% OFF THE PRICE OF AN ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION • theathletic.com/totally   GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow   READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Arseblog - the Arsecasts, Arsenal podcasts
Arsecast Extra Episode 453 - 17.01.2022

Arseblog - the Arsecasts, Arsenal podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 85:21


In this episode we discuss the weekend postponement of the North London derby, the Premier League rules, the outcry and furore that surrounded the decision, and the way it unified the reaction among Arsenal fans to what was unfair criticism. We talk more broadly about whether games should be played in these circumstances, potential rule changes and when they can be, as well as answering listener questions about midfield transfer options, William Saliba, the impact of Covid on footballers, Matteo Guendouzi, a hilarious FIFA soundtrack (if true) and lots more.Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Football Daily
Blue skies for City whilst clouds gather for Rafa

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 39:20


It's been busy at both ends of the Premier League table as Manchester City go 13 points clear at the top whilst questions loom over Rafa Benitez's future at Everton. Ben Haines is alongside Macclesfield defender Alex Bruce and EA Sports presenter Nubaid Haroon to talk about whether we'll get close to seeing another team with City's dominance in the league. Is it time up for Rafa? Matt Jones from the Blue Room podcast believes he was never the right man for the job and that Everton are at risk of going down this season. And is it fair that Arsenal requested for the North London derby to be postponed? 1'45 – Kevin de Bruyne's talent 8'29 – Why are Man City so dominant? 14'20 – Tuchel's comments on Lukaku 16'30 – Philippe Coutinho's return to the Premier League 18'55 – THAT James Ward-Prowse free kick 20'56 – Rafa Benitez's reaction after Everton's defeat to Norwich 22'10 – Matt Jones from the Blue Room joins the pod 30'20 – How worried should Newcastle be? 33'35 – Is it fair that the North London derby was postponed?

The Football Ramble
The Preview Show: Having Xhaka will be helpful

The Football Ramble

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 52:15


Realising his team was under the pump, Granit Xhaka did the only thing he could do: get sent off for a reckless high boot and inspire Arsenal to new heights of camaraderie and team spirit. The man's a revolutionary.Kate, Luke and Andy discuss last night's clash at Anfield and look ahead to the battle for North London on today's episode of The Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! Meanwhile, Neal Maupay preps for the panto and as Man City chase the title, Pep Guardiola must guard against complacency after receiving the best prize of all: Tim Sherwood's stamp of approval.Tweet us @FootballRamble and email us here: show@footballramble.com.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Football Daily
Arteta's Arsenal hold on

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 26:13


Steve Crossman is joined by Izzy Christiansen, Dion Dublin and Ian Dennis after what was an excellent defensive display from Arsenal, which saw them draw 0-0 with Liverpool in their EFL Cup semi-final first leg at Anfield, despite playing for over an hour with 10 men. Granit Xhaka was sent off after 24 minutes, which means he will miss both the second leg and the North London derby, leaving Arsenal with an extremely inexperienced midfield. So does Mikel Arteta need to make moves before the transfer window shuts? Miguel Delaney - chief football writer from The Independent – joins the pod to discuss the latest transfer reports circulating around the Emirates, including a move for Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic. Plus hear from Chris Wood after he completes him move from Burnley to Newcastle. TOPICS: 0'35 Reaction from Anfield - Liverpool 0-0 Arsenal 3'00 What a performance from Alexandre Lacazette 5'00 Arsenal's defence 8'00 Liverpool's lack of ideas 10'00 Another red card for Granit Xhaka 12'00 Mikel Arteta interview 13'00 Miguel Delaney on what Arsenal need 23'00 Jurgen Klopp interview 24'10 Chris Wood interview

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast
Fabrizio Romano: Conte's Spurs will never have Arsenal's patience | North London Transfer Special (Soccer 1/13)

¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 26:54


Ahead of Saturday's north London derby, Fabrizio Romano joins Luis Miguel Echegaray to discuss Tottenham and Arsenal's January transfer plans. Qué Golazo' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Qué Golazo team on  Twitter: @quegolazopod, @lmechegaray, @JimmyConrad, @FabrizioRomano, @Jon_LeGossip, @jamesbenge, @heathpearce, @LRoman32, @PartidoPooper Watch Qué Golazo on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/QueGolazo For more soccer coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/soccer/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson
There's no decimal place in football

The Totally Football Show with James Richardson

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 66:24


Jimbo welcomes back Michael Cox, Duncan Alexander and Dom Fifield ahead of a weekend fixture list packed full of potential drama. Chelsea breeze past Spurs in the Carabao Cup semi-final. Now they travel to the Etihad, needing a win against Man City to keep the title race alive. So with a point probably being a great result, how will Pep approach this match? As for Spurs, it's the North London derby and the first managerial meeting of Antonio Conte and Mikel Arteta. Will we see the all-action Conte on the touchline once again after a few dispiriting performances? There's huge controversy at AFCON with the referee at Tunisia v Mali blowing the full-time whistle early. Not once but twice. Maher Mezahi was there and fills us in on the latest goings on at the tournament. We discuss Newcastle's Chris Wood, Sierra Leone's Steven Caulker and Michael Olise – the new Adnan Januzaj? Plus goal average. How was that ever a thing? RUNNING ORDER:  • PART 1a: Chelsea through to the Carabao Cup final (03m 00s) • PART 1b: Man City v Chelsea preview (08m 00s)  • PART 2: Spurs v Arsenal & Brighton v Palace – two big derbies (16m 00s)  • PART 3: Controversy at AFCON with Maher Mezahi (26m 00s) • PART 4: West Ham v Leeds & Aston Villa v Man Utd previews (41m 00s) • PART 5: The rest of the Premier League weekend (55m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR 33% OFF THE PRICE OF AN ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION • theathletic.com/totally   GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow   READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Last Word On Spurs
'Spurs Bow Out Quietly'

Last Word On Spurs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 94:32


Host Ricky Sacks is joined by returning guests Richard Cracknell, Jason McGovern and Ricky Norwood to review Tottenham Hotspur's League Cup Semi-Final second leg against Chelsea and preview Spurs' next Premier League game against Arsenal in the North London derby. An independent Tottenham Hotspur Fan Channel providing instant post-match analysis and previews to every single Spurs match along with a range of former players, managers & special guests. Please can we ask you to take this opportunity to *SUBSCRIBE* to the Last Word On Spurs and THANKS FOR WATCHING. Whilst watching our content we would greatly appreciate if you can LIKE the video and SUBSCRIBE to the channel, along with leaving a COMMENT below.  - DIRECT CHANNEL INFORMATION: - Media/General Enquiries: lastwordonspurs@outlook.com - SOCIALS: * Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/LastWordOnSpurs * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/LastWordOnSpurs * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LastWordOnSpurs * Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/@LastWordOnSpurs * YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LastWordOnSpurs WEBSITE: www.lastwordonspurs.co.uk #THFC #CarabaoCup #TOTCHE #TOTTENHAMHOTSPUR #TOTTENHAM #HOTSPUR #TOTARS #PL

The Double Pivot: Soccer analysis, analytics, and commentary

It's an old-fashioned top four race! Have Tottenham and Arsenal gotten good? Why haven't United gotten good? We break down what remains a close race and try to piece together the evidence that something materially changed for either North London side. Plus Chris Wood's  transfer, which is funny.Support the show (http://patreon.com/doublepivot)

Football Daily
MNC: Petrol station beers and relegation fears

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 46:38


Mark Chapman is joined by Chris Sutton, Rory Smith and Rob Green for the Monday Night Club. Cambridge United's Harrison Dunk joins us to reflect on their incredible 1-0 win at Newcastle in the FA Cup third round and reveals how they celebrated with a beer from a petrol station… The guys discuss what impact that will have on morale at St James' Park in Newcastle's bid for survival, why Burnley would be mad to sell Chris Wood to Newcastle and how Claudio Ranieri is still holding on to his job at Watford. And where has it all gone wrong for Tanguy Ndombele at Tottenham? He was booed by his own fans when subbed off as Spurs trailed Morecambe 1-0 on Sunday, before going straight down the tunnel. So what does that mean for his future in North London? TOPICS 00:12 – Reaction to cup upsets 05:26 – Cambridge United's Harrison Dunk 19:28 – Newcastle analysis 27:45 – Chris Wood speculation 32:08 – Watford and Ranieri 36:27 – Tanguy Ndombele future

Best of Today
Jacky Wright's Today Programme

Best of Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 35:39


Jacky Wright is the Chief Digital Officer and Corporate Vice President at Microsoft US. For her Today guest edit, she asked whether young people are being taught the skills they need for the workplaces and jobs of the future. She grew up in Tottenham, North London, and went back for the programme, asking A level students at a school there what they thought would make them employable. She also used the programme to explore what everyday life was like for the generation of multiracial children born during World War Two. Jacky spoke about the importance of role models with one of her own: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, former President of Liberia and the first elected female head of state in Africa. And there was also time for her to talk about her love of CSI with the show's creator Anthony Zuiker.

Football Daily
WNC: Title race predictions and top four premonitions

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 49:51


Kelly Cates is joined by Chris Sutton, Rory Smith and Nedum Onuoha for the Wednesday Night Club. Alistair Bruce-Ball and Karen Carney bring us reaction from the Brentford Community Stadium, where Manchester City moved eight points clear at the top of the Premier League after a 1-0 win over Brentford - as Chelsea dropped more ground in the title race after conceding a stoppage time equaliser against Brighton. We hear the thoughts of a very happy Pep Guardiola and a very frustrated Thomas Tuchel, and the guys discuss whether the title race is still alive with Liverpool and Chelsea falling behind this Christmas. If City do run away with the league, then at least the battle for the top four should be close. Arsenal and Tottenham have turned their seasons around – how much has Arteta's discipline with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang played a part in their good form and how has Tottenham's fitness improved under Antonio Conte? The progress in North London has put more pressure on Manchester United. Will Ralf Rangnick find the right system to suit the United team and what impact would failure have on his future position as a consultant with the club?

Best of Today
Raheem Sterling's Today Programme

Best of Today

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 52:20


The England and Manchester City footballer, Raheem Sterling used his Today programme guest edit to look at the issue of social mobility, after launching his own foundation earlier this year. His programme featured reporting from Jamaica where he was born and North London where he grew up. For his programme he also sat down with England manager, Gareth Southgate, the man he credits for his transition from being a target for a hostile press to a young man now trying to be the role model which so many call on footballers to become. It also featured interviews with his mum Nadine and his sporting hero Usain Bolt. With Amol Rajan and Nick Robinson.

Total Soccer Show: USMNT, EPL, MLS, Champions League and more ...
Boxing Day Review: goals goals goals in Man City v Leicester, which North London club is more likely to finish top four, and what is happening at Norwich?

Total Soccer Show: USMNT, EPL, MLS, Champions League and more ...

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 75:22


On today's episode, Graham, Ryan, and Taylor take a look at all the Boxing Day action in England (and a little in Scotland). We spend a good amount of time discussing Man City's 6-3 win over Leicester and Chelsea's Lukaku-inspired victory over Villa, but also get into Arsenal's comprehensive destruction of Norwich (pour some out for Todd Cantwell), a resurgent Tottenham team dispatching a Covid-ravaged Crystal Palace, and ponder which potential Chelsea cast off could do the best at West Ham. Sponsors! Today's episode is brought to you by... Indochino! Get $50 off any purchase of $399 or more by using promo code ‘TSS' at Indochino.com! Babbel! Get an extra 3-months when you purchase a 3-month subscription (6 months total!) at Babbel.com/TSS Wealthfront! Want $5,000 managed for free? Head over to Wealthfront.com/TSS! Credit Karma! Go to CreditKarma.com/LoanOffers to find the loan for you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Football Daily
COVID crisis, goals galore & a Conte Christmas

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 48:02


Joining Jeanette Kwakye and Ben Haines to dissect the Boxing Day fixtures are former West Ham and Aston Villa midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker and the Telegraph's North-East correspondent Luke Edwards. With COVID continuing to cause postponements, is a break in the fixture least inevitable. If not, is it fair to continue and could the health and safety of players be at risk? There was love across North London with wins for Tottenham and Arsenal - so have Antonio Conte and Mikel Arteta turned things around? Hear from both managers. With the January transfer window set to open in less than a week, all eyes are on Newcastle. But who should Eddie Howe be looking at bringing to the club? And postponements aside, we are at the halfway point in this Premier League season, which means it's time to make some predictions. TOPICS: 0'40 How have the team spent Christmas? 5'00 What next for football given the current COVID situation? 13'50 Man City top on Boxing Day - how significant it that? 18'00 Have West Ham overperformed so far this season? 21'40 Antonio Conte interview and Tottenham turned around? 27'40 Arsenal - have we seen the end of 'Arteta Out'? 30'00 Mikel Arteta interview 35'20 January transfer window - are all eyes on Newcastle? 43'40 Predictions for the rest of the season

CHiP the Keeper Soccer Podcast
CHiP the Keeper: Draw Me Like One of Your European Girls... And Then Draw Me Again

CHiP the Keeper Soccer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 97:18


Kiran hosts (and totally forgets to introduce himself) as we start off with the Champions League draw...and the redraw. A Super League storyline emerges as P$G draw an ironically angry Real Madrid. Man United draw Ateltico as Pranav waffles over which team he could possibly root for. Chelsea draw Lille both times, proving they rigged everything and everything is controlled by Daddy Abramovich. Liverpool who've played in the champions league and the European Cup for a billion years make their second trip to the San Siro in like 3 months after somehow never having been there before. The Europa League draw pits BarceLOLna against Napoli which is extremely unfortunate but also really, really funny. Premier League action sees Man City win (omg wowee) and Chelsea drop points to Wolves. Arsenal's youngsters peed on Leeds which brings up questions about everyone's favorite guy on a bucket. Liverpool's trip to North London ends in... well literally everything except for a red card for England's Golden Boy, an awarded penalty, and Paul Tierney's sacking. This episode features a special segment called "Pranav says the same thing 42 times as he talks about the Liverpool-Spurs clash because what the heck was that"--5 star segment. Highly recommend. Roma trounce Atalanta extremely convincingly for some reason despite them already spiritually being in the middle of Jose's third season in charge. There are some predictions made too but I'm really hungry so I'm gonna stop writing and you're gonna have to listen to figure out what else has been thrown in there.

Soundcheck
Sam Lee: A Trailblazer For The Traditional (Archives)

Soundcheck

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 35:11


Sam Lee is much more than a musician - he's a storyteller. In "Blackbird," from his album The Fade In Time, his deep croons and intricate vocals breathe life into forgotten stories, drawing you into a colorful and heart-wrenching world. The album title is appropriate, since he collects traditional English songs and repurposes them for a new place and time.  Not many traditional English folk singers came from North London, studied at Chelsea School of Art and worked as a forager and wilderness expert during the day and burlesque dancer by night. Lee however is not in the majority - his charisma and talents spurred an apprenticeship with the great Scottish Traveller singer Stanley Robertson along with a Mercury Prize nomination. Lee has blazed a trail for burgeoning song collectors and inspired a new generation to tap into the storytelling of present and past minstrels. He performs in-studio in this 2015 session from the Archives.  Setlist "Over Yonder's Hill" "Blackbird" "Lovely Molly"

Kop On! A Liverpool FC (LFC) podcast
S4E19: A Bozo Explosion

Kop On! A Liverpool FC (LFC) podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 61:18


#TOTLIV Kofi from LFC Reactionz, Jack from JackMackLFC YouTube channel, Connor from The Kop Council YouTube channel, and Fergus join Owen to discuss the mad and maddening trip to North London, which finished Spurs 2 - Liverpool 2, and somehow didn't involve a red card for the chinful cheat, Harry Kane, nor a penalty for a clear foul on Diogo Jota. YNWA!! “Kop On!” is a podcast dedicated to the worldwide LFC Family, for supporters of the Relentless Rocket Reds everywhere. If you would like to appear on an episode, we'd love to hear from you. Our love is Liverpool FC, and we talk about Liverpool FC, the Relentless Rocket Reds of Anfield Road, and LFC Women, the Pride of Prenton Park. Established in 1892, Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/koponpodcast Support us for as little as 1 USD per month: https://www.patreon.com/koponpodcast LFC's official site: https://www.liverpoolfc.com/ Liverpool FC history: https://www.lfchistory.net/ Great stats about Liverpool FC: https://www.whoscored.com/Teams/26/Fixtures/England-Liverpool StatsBomb stats about Liverpool: https://fbref.com/en/squads/822bd0ba/Liverpool-Stats Liverpool Football Club is on Wikipedia here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liverpool_F.C. TV Schedule https://premlge.co/f/3rdd8/qzGf Match Centre https://premlge.co/f/3rddb/qzGf Liverpool Shop https://premlge.co/f/3rddf/qzGf Liverpool Twitter https://premlge.co/f/3rddl/qzGf #liverpoolfc #LFC #klopp #Reds #LFCFamily #anfield #liverpool #Champions #premierleague #hendo #salah #mane #firmino #vandijk #liverpool #henderson #oxladechamberlain #dalglish #podcast #lfcpodcasts #lfcpodcast #PL #PremierLeague #LiverpoolFC #LFC #MUFC #ManchesterUnited #ManchesterCity #MCFC #Arsenal #ARS #LeedsUnited #LUFC #premierleague #football #soccer #fifa #championsleague #liverpool #laliga #epl #manchesterunited #chelsea #messi #arsenal #futbol #england #seriea #bundesliga #pl #liverpoolfc #ronaldo #cr #realmadrid #mufc #mancity #chelseafc #lfc #ynwa #ucl #manutd #barcelona #bhfyp

Dynamo's Dozen
The Upper Tier - Shankly Sessions Tottenham v Liverpool Match Reaction

Dynamo's Dozen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 11:32


Niall drops his Match Reaction as the Reds only come away with a point from North London today --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ian-kelly3/message

Balancing Acts
Remi Nicole on balancing Motherhood with her music and filmmaking career

Balancing Acts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 61:41


Remi Nicole is a writer, director and performer.A native of Holloway, North London, Remi grew up fired by a passion for story-telling, which she explored by endlessly writing music, fiction, plays and poetry. After training as an actress at the Birmingham School of Speech and Drama, she graduated in 2004 then swiftly landed a variety of stage roles including Two Step and Playboy of the West Indies before becoming a regular cast member in BBC TV series Hyperdrive alongside Miranda Hart plus appearances on ITV's William and Mary, The Bill and Holby City (BBC). Known in British fashion circles for her effortless style, Remi went on to guest co-present Freshly Squeezed with Nick Grimshaw in 2007 but it was in the music industry that she became best known, fast cementing her status as a respected singer/songwriter.Garnering widespread and global acclaim from Vogue, MTV, The Guardian and more, Remi became the centre of an A&R bidding war after releasing her first demo. Signing with Island Records, Remi released her debut guitar-based, frank-talking pop album My Conscience and I in 2007, which encapsulated observational wit and relatable real life tales of dead-end jobs, failed relationships and urban London life.Illustrating her natural passion for singing live, Remi has toured with the late, great Amy Winehouse and performed at festivals, namely Glastonbury, Latitude, Bestival, V and T4 at the Beach. In 2009 she released her second album, Cupid Shoot Me, then signed a new publishing deal with Sony ATV before exploring other creative avenues - launching a clothing line, modelling for international brands including Nike and art directing fashion photographic shoots.Remi subsequently moved to LA where she transitioned into writing and directing and created Lit By The Moon, an eight-part drama television series. The plot chronicles Remi's own experience of moving to California and follows a female British singer with an unfaltering belief in the American dream. Now 37 and a Mother of two, Remi has returned to London and is focussing her creative energy on writing and directing and has a number of projects in development.Happy listening :)SteveSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/balancing-acts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Launch Left
WOLF ALICE | Portrait

Launch Left

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 18:23


On this episode of LaunchLeft, Rain is joined by Ellie Rowsell and Joel Amey from the band Wolf Alice as they talk about their newest album, Blue Weekend. Learn more about the process of producing the new album for the band and their tour across the US. Stay tuned to the end as we play a song from their new album, “The Last Man on Earth.” -----------------  LAUNCHLEFT OFFICIAL WEBSITE https://www.launchleft.com  LAUNCHLEFT PATREON  https://www.patreon.com/LaunchLeft  TWITTER  https://twitter.com/LaunchLeft  INSTAGRAM  https://www.instagram.com/launchleft/  FACEBOOK  https://www.facebook.com/LaunchLeft  ---------------------  LaunchLeft is an alliance of left-of-center artists, a label, a podcast, a curation engine. LaunchLeft Podcast hosted by Rain Phoenix is an intentional space for Art and Activism that enlists famed creatives to launch emerging bands. LaunchLeft begins with music, but ultimately aims to launch left-of-center artists in all creative fields. --------------------- IN THIS EPISODE: [01:39] Ellie and Joel of Wolf Alice explain their musical backgrounds and how they found each other and became bandmates [05:27] The band's form of activism  [07:43] The experience the band had working with a producer for their recent album [13:25] Hear song “Last Man on Earth” from the band's new album KEY TAKEAWAYS: The band uses different ways to share and collaborate on songs and lyrics and this helps them keep track of everything as they create.  Having all band members involved in the creation process keeps the ideas open and flowing allowing for better results in the end for the album ARTIST LINKS: https://wolfalice.co.uk  https://www.instagram.com/wolfaliceband https://twitter.com/wolfalicemusic https://www.facebook.com/wolfalicemusic https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE3uvMO3ERiFphvVX_ct3GA https://www.tiktok.com/@wolfalicemusic https://soundcloud.com/wolfalice   About Wolf Alice: With their distinctive blend of vintage '90s indie rock, folk, electronic, and dream pop, Wolf Alice are one of the most eclectic bands of the 2010s and 2020s. They're also one of the most acclaimed: The North London group's 2015 debut album My Love Is Cool -- which highlighted the delicacy and ferocity of Ellie Rowsell's vocals and lyrics -- counted Grammy Award and Mercury Prize nominations among its many accolades. The band won the Mercury Prize for 2017's Visions of a Life, an album that added more elements, as well as more polish, to their music, and on 2021's anthemic yet atmospheric Blue Weekend, Wolf Alice's ambitions and horizons continued to grow. Wolf Alice formed in 2010, when singer/songwriter Ellie Rowsell and guitarist Joff Oddie began playing as an acoustic duo and took their name from a short story by Angela Carter. After issuing a self-titled EP, the group expanded into a quartet with the addition of drummer Joel Amey and bassist Theo Ellis. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

In the Key of Q
Paul Leonidou

In the Key of Q

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 42:10


‘What have you got to be depressed about?' is like saying, ‘What have you got to have a cold about?' In this episode, Paul discusses his Greek Cypriot roots, his battles with depression and suicidal thoughts, and his own journey into authenticity. Useful links: Support the pod at http://patreon.com/inthekeyofq (Patreon) and gain access to exclusive interviews with every guest. Let's chat about #QueerMusic on https://twitter.com/InTheKeyOfQ (Twitter), https://www.instagram.com/inthekeyofq/ (Instagram) and https://www.facebook.com/InTheKeyOfQ/ (Facebook). Paul's homepage can be found https://www.unstoppablemonsters.com/ (here). Alumni Andy Pisanu is mentioned, and his episode can be found https://www.inthekeyofq.com/episode/andrew-m-pisanu-memory-flowers (here). Click https://www.nhs.uk/mental-health/feelings-symptoms-behaviours/behaviours/help-for-suicidal-thoughts/ (here) for help with suicidal thoughts. Coming next Quesday is the second of our two-part specials in which previous guests return to deliver exclusive audio gifts to our listeners! TRANSCRIPTION: Dan 00:00 Hello and welcome to the first in two Christmas special episodes of In the Key of Q, the guest in this week's episode is, well, one of the family, really. He composed our theme tune and has been a brilliant supporter of the podcast. Please be aware, though, that there was extensive discussion of depression and including some references to suicide. So listener discretion is advised. As ever, there will be support links provided in the show notes. Paul 00:27 Well. I remember the first time I was depressed, seven years old. And my answer to me? What's wrong with you? I said, I'm depressed and she goes, Oh, seven, how can you be depressed? I was. It was this sense of someone dims the screen and your lens of perception, and everything feels heavy. Dan 00:52 This is In the Key of Q featuring musicians from around the world who inspire my queer identity. Everybody is welcome to the conversation, whatever beautiful identity pleases you. Music helps us feel connected and know that we are not alone. This program is made possible thanks to the financial support of listeners like you over at hatred on dot com slash in the key of queue, and remember to join the conversation across socials using the hashtag queer music. I'm Dan Hall. Come on in, sit down and be heard. You've been hearing this week's guests since episode one. He composes and sound designs for advertising and short films and studied music technology at the University of West London, as well as a composer. He's also a singer performing and releasing under the name to D Loono. So a big, big welcome to the horribly talented and very, very lovely Paul Leonidou. Paul 01:45 Hello. Hello, Daniel San. I was born in North London, which is a bit of a cliche if you're Greek Cypriot. I remember my mum telling me that at about a year and a half old, the first sign that she saw that I loved music was that I was watching Bugsy Malone with my milk bottle. I was lying on my back with my legs crossed, swinging my leg and kind of learning every single word that musical. And I remember being so small that I didn't get that they were kids. They were like grown ups to me, you know, in terms of context. So and then I started singing a bit of Tallulah, and then she got a bit worried was going to be warning signs. Dan 03:02 You should be singing The Boxer! Paul 03:05 Yeah, exactly. I sang that to a saying all of them. Yes, the thing I embrace, the more indiscriminately. Dan 03:10 What was your upbringing like? Paul 03:13 I had a very vivid imagination, and you know, I would talk to things and beings that weren't there. And I was so in my own world and kind of music being this intangible thing that's just surrounding you, I just get swept up into music. I remember. I remember my mum playing Phantom of the Opera on vinyl, playing a really... Support this podcast

United Mates Football Podcast
Interview - Phil Brown

United Mates Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 62:50


The United Mates Keitel and Joe are joined by Phil Brown to talk about the former footballer's career highlights which have included; the tutelage and friendship of "Big" Sam Allardyce, an iconic spell managing Hull in the Premier League, and a chance encounter with Arsène Wenger during the Frenchman's first season in England that would give Phil a glimpse into just how far the Arsenal boss was about to take the North London club.

The Sunday Salon with Alice-Azania Jarvis
Arifa Akbar on her sister's death and the medical failures around it

The Sunday Salon with Alice-Azania Jarvis

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 55:31


Arifa Akbar is the Guardian's Chief Theatre Critic and the author of the phenomenally powerful Consumed: A Sister's Story. It's an astonishing read, which tells the story of Arifa's sister's death from tuberculosis, which was somehow missed by medics at a top London hospital. It delves into the aftermath - Arifa's search for answers to questions such as whether her sister's history of poor mental health meant she was taken less seriously, and spools back to their childhood, growing up in poverty in North London having moved to the UK from Lahore. It examines the complexities of sibling relationships, the bonds, shared behaviours, and the arguments, and looks at Arifa and her sister's struggle with binge eating. It's a brilliant, multilayered book - and I found speaking to Arifa about how she wrote it absolutely fascinating. Buy the book:https://www.waterstones.com/book/consumed/arifa-akbar/9781529347524 Edited by Chelsey Moore

The Beesotted Brentford Pride of West London Podcast
815: Spurs 2 Brentford 0 - post-match podcast from the stands

The Beesotted Brentford Pride of West London Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 16:49


Bees travelled to North London to play in front of 50k plus fans against Tottenham in their brand new stadium But it was Sours who were tio string for The Bees as they cdme away with a comfortable 2-0 win We spoke to Bees & Sours fans after the match 

Academy of Ideas
Teaching white privilege: making schools less racist or more divided?

Academy of Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 106:36


Recording of the Academy of Ideas Education Forum discussion on Monday 29 November 2021. INTRODUCTION How should we view the teaching of ‘white privilege'? Is it a helpful tool in combating racial inequality or a divisive idea that sows mistrust? The concept originated in American academia in the 1980s, but entered British schools last year in the wake of the Black Lives Matter protests following the death of George Floyd. White privilege asserts that white people are automatically advantaged by their skin colour, because they do not have to endure lives beset by racialised systemic discrimination. The fact that black people are more likely to be paid less, sectioned under mental-health rules, or stopped and searched by police is cited as evidence of white privilege at work by advocates of the theory. Yet opponents of the concept say this reading of the data fans the flames of an unnecessary culture war. They counter-claim that those least likely to go to university, for example, are poor white teenagers in former industrial and coastal towns. White working-class children also trail their Indian, Chinese, Bangladeshi and Black African peers In GCSE attainment, they argue. To what extent, then, does white privilege help or hinder us in understanding how pupils might make the best progress in education? Teaching white privilege as an uncontested fact in schools is indoctrination and illegal under the 1996 Education Act, according to the women and equalities minister, Kemi Badenoch. Her pronouncement has prompted the Black Educators Alliance and the Coalition of Anti Racist Educators to accuse the government of censorship and chilling free speech in the classroom. On the other side of the debate, the campaign group Don't Divide Us claims it is inundated with concerns from teachers and parents. It says the former fear being publicly accused of racism if they speak out against teaching white privilege, while the latter describe having to list their privileges and unconscious bias in their children's homework. In the United States, opposition to the teaching of white privilege was seen as an important factor in Republican Glenn Youngkin taking the key governorship of Virginia from the Democrats recently. The result has been widely interpreted as a bellwether of wider public rejection of the kind of educational social-justice programme proposed by the Democrats, which favours schools adopting the principles of ‘critical race theory', such as countering the effects of white privilege. So how should we judge the focus on white privilege and unconscious racial bias in lessons, reading lists and school staff training? Will it make schools more anti-racist – or divided? The Education Forum explores this important issue in a friendly, open and respectful panel discussion. Are the majority of parents and teachers unaware of the term ‘white privilege' and not likely to give it a second thought? Or is white privilege in the curriculum about to become the next big issue in education? SPEAKERS Alka Sehgal Cuthbert Education Forum member; co-ordinator, Don't Divide Us (DDU); educational advisor and writer. Alka is critical of the term ‘white privilege' and thinks it does more harm than good. Andre Ediagbonya-Davies Andre went to school in Tottenham and is a second-year historian at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. He supports expanded discussion on race within education. He believes white privilege is a reality and talking about it is a useful way of helping combat racism. Julie Dupont Julie is a North London parent of three school-age children. She is a committed anti-racist, but is concerned at the way white privilege is communicated in some of her children's lessons and homework, and in school communications to parents. She thinks it is divisive and does more harm than good.

Beyond Belief
Orthodox Jewish Women

Beyond Belief

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 28:01


There is a stereotype of the Orthodox Jewish woman. She is confined to domestic duties and bringing up many children whilst being dominated by a husband who wears a large round fur hat (a shtreimel) and has side curls and a bushy beard. This stereotype is based on the Ultra-Orthodox community which has recently been portrayed in the very popular Netflix dramas 'Unorthodox' and 'Shtisel'. The truth is that the Orthodox Jewish community is more diverse than this and that mainstream Orthodox Jewish women are taking on more responsibility in their community. To discuss the stereotype, their faith and their lives, Ernie Rea is joined by three Orthodox Jewish women. Abi Kurzer is the Rebbetzen or Rabbi's wife at Pinner United Synagogue in North London. She is also Clinical Manager and a social worker for a charity supporting adolescent girls from the Orthodox Jewish community. Rabbi Dr Lindsey Taylor-Guthartz is a Research Fellow at Manchester University. Controversially she was ordained this summer in New York. And Avigail Simmonds-Rosten is the Jewish Programme Manager at the Council of Christians and Jews in London. Producer: Helen Lee

Classic Ghost Stories
S02E59 Harry by Rosemary Timperley

Classic Ghost Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 44:15


Harry by Rosemary TimperleyThank you to Steve Cuff for suggesting I read this story. Rosemary Timperley was born in 1920 in North London and died in November 1988. Her father was an architect and her mother a teacher. Timperley went to her local girls school and became a teacher herself. She taught English and History in a state school. Her pupils said she was a very dramatic figure (she ran the drama club) and wore long swirling black dresses with long drop or hoop earrings. While she was a teacher she began to submit her stories to magazine and they began to be accepted. She became a staff writer and agony aunt on the magazine Reveille. She lived in Richmond, Surrey (a well-heeled suburb of London now) for many years. Many of her stories are set in London. During the Second World War she worked at the Citizens' Advice Bureau in Kensington, London. She got married to a. Physics teacher in 1952 and they lived in Essex just outside London. They separated in the early 1960s according to some sources, but they appear to have been officially married until his death in 1968. In 1961 she mentions she is living in an old-fashioned flat and living on coffee, pink-gin and cigarettes. In 1964 she became seriously ill and had a long spell in hospital. I'm not surprised hearing about her diet. She was very prolific and was the author of 66 novels as well as radio plays and short stories. She was also editor of the 5th to the 9th Ghost Books. Harry has been filmed several times. She described herself as a recluse If You Appreciate The Work I've Put In HereYou could buy me a coffee https://ko-fi.com/tonywalker (https://ko-fi.com/tonywalker) Become a Patron https://www.patreon.com/barcud (https://www.patreon.com/barcud) And you can join my mailing list and get a free audiobook: https://bit.ly/dalstonvampire (https://bit.ly/dalstonvampire) Music By The Heartwood Institutehttps://bit.ly/somecomeback (https://bit.ly/somecomeback) Support this podcast

The Diary Of A CEO by Steven Bartlett
Moment 33 - Reggie Yates on How Self-Awareness Changed His Life

The Diary Of A CEO by Steven Bartlett

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 9:03


In these ‘Moment' episodes of my podcast, I'll be selecting my favourite moments from previous episodes of The Diary Of A CEO. Reggie Yates has had a tremendous career from acting, tv presenting, radio DJ, singing and now creating his critically acclaimed documentaries. But what was it that set Reggie apart from the other young kids on the North London estates?  In this moment, Reggie breaks down how self-awareness was the skill that helped him work towards his goals and ultimately, change his life. Episode 90 - https://g2ul0.app.link/jMW7Hw6Vrlb Reggie: https://www.instagram.com/regyates/ https://twitter.com/regyates?lang=en THE DIARY OF A CEO LIVE TICKETS ON SALE NOW

The Ornstein & Chapman Podcast
Spurs & The Y-Word

The Ornstein & Chapman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 49:08


Hosts Dan Bardell and Flo Lloyd-Hughes are joined by The Athletic's Tottenham correspondent Charlie Eccleshare and News Editor Amitai Winehouse, to discuss Spurs' complicated relationship with an antisemitic slur - The Y word... The panel delve into this nuanced debate, reflect on the origins of its association with the North London club, how it continues to divide the fanbase and even the wider Jewish community. Plus, how the heart-warming story of a lesser-known, Leeds-mad Jewish community in Yorkshire factors into this enduring debate.

Renegade Talk Radio
Episode 3572: Dark Enigma - The Hunt For a Vampire In HighGate Cemetery and Other Bizarre Happenings in 1970’s London

Renegade Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 26:56


Please be aware the stories, theories, re-enactments and language in this podcast are of an adult nature and can be considered disturbing, frightening and in some cases even offensive.  Listener Discretion is therefore advised.  Welcome heathens welcome to the world of the weird and unexplained.  I'm your host, Nicole Delacroix and together, we will be investigating stories about the things that go bump in the night, monsters lurking under your bed or deep in the forest, that unknown creature lurking just out of sight and frighteningly imagined creatures, ghosts, supernatural beings and even some unsolved mysteries.  So, sit back, grab your favorite drink, and prepare to be transported to today's dark Enigma....  And on today's Dark enigma well we have another listener suggestion and this one, well it's definitely one of my favorites.  So, with that said, we will still be playing our drinking game and as you know, the drinking game is only for those of us that are at home and have nowhere else to go tonight.  The choice of libation, as always, is yours, so choose your poison accordingly… Alright, now for the game part how about every time I say Vampire that will be a single shot and every time I say London, that will be a double shot.  Now that the business end is out of the way we can jump headfirst into today's dark enigma… and we're going to be donning our Sherlock hats as we dive into The Hunt For a Vampire In HighGate Cemetery and Other Bizarre Happenings in 1970's London. Ah The 70's, a time when the clothing was the worst, the hair wasn't much better, and the porn had real bodies and real hair… hey the afro's weren't just on the heads my friends, but the 70s were a pretty crazy time, but the guys in today's story took it to a whole other level. Local newspapers in the 1970s caught onto a story that would attract national attention - there was a vampire on the loose in HighGate cemetery, and two men were competing to be the first to catch it.  The cemetery, in North London, was the 'it place' for the resting souls of wealthy Londoners in the 19th century.  The graveyard is an impressive landscape of intricate tombstones, gothic busts battling unruly ivy, and an A-list guestbook of permanent residents including German philosopher Karl Marx and novelist George Eliot.

Stories of Strangeness
Episode 38 - The Enfield Poltergeist

Stories of Strangeness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 56:13


And we're back! In this episode, Zoe tells us the strange story of the Enfield Poltergeist, one of the most famous hauntings in England. Listen as Zoe tells us about the family who were inundated with spooky goings-on, including strange knocking, levitation and weird voices emanating from one of the girls. We also discuss how shooting people from canons is a lost art form, sleeping through hurricanes, and nice demons that like composting - so pretty much back to (ab)normal! Here's a rundown of the episode: 00:28 - Hello! 00:59 - Presented Piece - The Enfield Poltergeist 14:00 - Discussion 51:14 - Fun Facts about the human body 52:56 - Where You Can Find Us Online 55:35 - Bye Total Runtime: 56:12 Links:PromoWe're looking for new promo partners! Got a podcast? Think it will work well with ours? Drop us a line at storiesofstrangeness@gmail.com if you're interested in doing a promo swap. We're also on Audrey.io - https://app.audry.io/publisher/discover/1515122258 (https://app.audry.io/publisher/discover/1515122258) Research Linkshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enfield_poltergeist (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enfield_poltergeist) https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/4GjC93L35KcswfsR13Gvj8F/what-it-s-like-to-meet-a-poltergeist (https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/4GjC93L35KcswfsR13Gvj8F/what-it-s-like-to-meet-a-poltergeist) https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2054842/Enfield-Poltergeist-The-amazing-story-11-year-old-North-London-girl-levitated-bed.html (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2054842/Enfield-Poltergeist-The-amazing-story-11-year-old-North-London-girl-levitated-bed.html) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poltergeist (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poltergeist) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pvraq3KfP6w (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pvraq3KfP6w) Our Links http://storiesofstrangeness.com/ (Website) - Sign up for email alerts, view the gallery, and other cool stuff. https://instagram.com/storiesofstrangeness (Instagram) - Where we hang out the most. https://facebook.com/storiesofstrangeness (Facebook) - We have a page and a group - come talk to us! https://twitter.com/sostrangepod (Twitter) - Mike sends all our tweets - blame him! Our https://www.redbubble.com/people/ZoeandMike/shop?asc=u&ref=account-nav-dropdown (Redbubble) page, where you can find all of our designs and illustrations on loads of products. Our https://www.patreon.com/storiesofstrangeness?fan_landing=true (Patreon) page, if you'd like to support the show. We have 2 tiers: £1 a month, to support the show, which is about $1.38, where we will thank you personally on the show - and £3 a month, which is about $4.13, that will enable you to listen to outtakes, minisodes and give you access to other bonus content, bi-weekly. Thanks! See you next time - Mike and Zoe. Support this podcast

Ghost Goal Podcast
Episode 330 - Arsenal's Anfield Appraisal

Ghost Goal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 35:39


Alex and Javier get you ready for a return to Premier League action and high powered matchups like Liverpool-Arsenal, Leicester City-Chelsea, and Wolves-West Ham on Saturday alone. Before setting their sights on Sundays double-header as Manchester City host Everton and Antonio Conte will look to kickstart Spurs' season as they host floundering Leeds United in North London. Social Media: Twitter | Instagram Featuring Alex Moss Javier Arevalo Intro/Outro Music Love Syndrome - Enamour

On The Continent
Upfront: Goals galore from a bumper Women's Football Weekend - but what needs to change?

On The Continent

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 43:34


Flo, Rachel and Chloe look back over a packed weekend schedule, with Spurs finally proving stern opposition for their North London rivals and Chelsea piling more pressure on Man City boss Gareth Taylor.Despite these cracking matches, we also wonder whether more could have been done to promote the latest Women's Football Weekend and explore how future editions can continue to improve.Artwork photo - GirlsontheBall ©***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Apologue Podcast
#312 JAMES SULLIVAN, MUSICIAN

Apologue Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 57:19


JAMES SULLIVAN – frontman and guitar player of London's garage-pop trio MORE KICKS and apocalypse-pop supergroup SUSPECT PARTS has just released his debut solo album LIGHT YEARS.  In November 2020, after repeated album delays and touring cancellations due to the pandemic, Sullivan found himself stuck at home writing LIGHT YEARS  as a self-imposed distraction. “In that car crash of a year, November seemed to hit particularly hard. I decided to set myself the challenge of writing one song every day for 10 days and then record them all myself in my little analog setup at home in North London,” says Sullivan. “LIGHT YEARS was a move away from writing songs for a live band. Trying out new styles and not thinking about anything for longer than a few minutes. Pure instinct only.” Accompanying the new album is Sullivan's video for the single Lea Bridge. The song's motorik rhythm propels Sullivan's stream of consciousness vocal style that is reminiscent of Pulp's Jarvis Cocker. The lyrics describe a journey across London back home from an area called Lea Bridge on a crappy red bike. Sullivan says, “So I took the same crappy red bike, taped my phone to the handlebars and rode that journey again. When I looked at what I'd 'filmed', the footage was insanely shaky but weirdly compelling. So, much like the recording process, I made a virtue of its weirdness, messed with it a bit to add some VHS distortion, sped it up and reversed it. It was odd how well it synced up with the song.” D I S C O V E R YouTube:https://youtu.be/LZ2whspqkCY Twitter:https://twitter.com/jamessullivannn Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/jamesrsullivan/ Bandcamp:https://jamesrobertsullivan.bandcamp.com/ Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/album/5EgK4lpYXkkMeE6igvT6RK Brought to you by AIXdspShop now and get up to 50% off on all plugins.Website: HEREPledge monthly with Patreon https://www.patreon.com/apologueShop Apologue products at http://apologue.ca/shop/

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Women's Football Weekend Review – Miedema magic, Man City under pressure and can Jean-Luc Vasseur mould a talented Everton squad?

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 70:54


Charlotte Marsh is joined by Sky Sports' lead WSL commentator Seb Hutchinson, co-commentator and former England goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain and Sky Sports News' Anton Toloui to look back on a busy Women's Football Weekend. PART 1 | Will Tottenham or Arsenal be happy with a North London derby point? Arsenal's Vivianne Miedema continues to show her class. Plus just what has been going wrong for Man City this season after another WSL defeat, as Chelsea close the gap on Arsenal. PART 2 | Siobhan gives an insight into Everton's equaliser from a player and goalkeeper perspective, and can Jean-Luc Vasseur mould his talented squad? Reading hit back for a draw at West Ham, Birmingham and Leicester struggle again. PART 3 | The success of Women's Football Weekend and the joys of the WSL. Plus Anton give us a transfer update and a rundown of the top five summer signings this season.

The Essential Football Podcast
Women's Football Weekend Review – Miedema magic, Man City under pressure and can Jean-Luc Vasseur mould a talented Everton squad?

The Essential Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 70:54


Charlotte Marsh is joined by Sky Sports' lead WSL commentator Seb Hutchinson, co-commentator and former England goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain and Sky Sports News' Anton Toloui to look back on a busy Women's Football Weekend. PART 1 | Will Tottenham or Arsenal be happy with a North London derby point? Arsenal's Vivianne Miedema continues to show her class. Plus just what has been going wrong for Man City this season after another WSL defeat, as Chelsea close the gap on Arsenal. PART 2 | Siobhan gives an insight into Everton's equaliser from a player and goalkeeper perspective, and can Jean-Luc Vasseur mould his talented squad? Reading hit back for a draw at West Ham, Birmingham and Leicester struggle again. PART 3 | The success of Women's Football Weekend and the joys of the WSL. Plus Anton give us a transfer update and a rundown of the top five summer signings this season.

Between The Covers : Conversations with Writers in Fiction, Nonfiction & Poetry

Tice Cin's debut novel Keeping the House is set within the Turkish Cypriot community of North London. But while it is also set within the heroin trade there, this book is not a crime novel, or if it is, it is like no crime novel you've read before. Keeping the House is a book, by Cin's […] The post Tice Cin : Keeping the House appeared first on Tin House.

Sunday Vibes: Extra Time
145: REVEALED: Arsene Wenger's Biggest Regret With Arsenal

Sunday Vibes: Extra Time

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 21:41


On this very special episode of the Extra Time Podcast, Michael McCubbin chats to Christian Jeanpierre, director of Arsene Wenger: Invincible, to discuss the making of the film and Jeanpierre's experience of knowing Wenger since his early days managing in France.   From his upbringing in rural Alsace, to his courageous stint in Japan and the scepticism that greeted his arrival at Arsenal in 1996, Invincible covers a lot of ground that casual fans may have otherwise not known about. But his glory years at Highbury are also well documented, with Patrick Vieira, Ian Wright, Thierry Henry and even Sir Alex Ferguson laying bare their experiences with Wenger in the early late 90s and early 2000s. Wenger also reveals his biggest regrets as Arsenal boss.   Should he have left North London sooner? How did the move to the Emirates effect him? And how did he cope with the pressure of the UK press? Invincible is out in UK cinemas on November 11th, and is available on other platforms from November 22nd.

Football Daily
Moyes masterclass in five-goal thriller and Dean Smith sacked by Villa

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 47:36


Ben Haines is joined by The Telegraph's Luke Edwards, England's all-time most capped player Fara Williams and former Celtic and Wigan defender Gary Caldwell to discuss the big talking points from Sunday's Premier League action. West Ham are up to third after ending Liverpool's 25-game unbeaten run with a 3-2 win at the London Stadium. It's David Moyes's first ever Premier League win over Liverpool as a manager and he tells us how proud he is to have turned West Ham's fortunes around. The guys discuss how Moyes has transformed the club, the impact Declan Rice and Jarrod Bowen have had this season, and how they'll cope with raised expectations after such a massive win. Jurgen Klopp vents his frustrations at some of the refereeing decisions in a prickly interview with Rob Nothman. Does Klopp have a point or is he just making sure the headlines aren't about an underwhelming Liverpool performance? There's been yet another sacking as Aston Villa parted ways with Dean Smith after losing five Premier League matches in a row. Smith won promotion and kept Villa in the top flight in his three years so was this a harsh decision? Dan Bardell from The Villa View podcast tells us how the fans feel about Smith's departure, why the club have struggled to reach the standards they set last season after losing Jack Grealish and what he thinks about some of the names linked to the job. Antonio Conte's first league game in charge of Tottenham was a bit of an anti-climax as Spurs failed to have a single shot on target in a goalless draw with Everton at Goodison Park. What will he have made of their performance and how will the wing-back system work with the players at his disposal? In the red half of North London, Arsenal are now unbeaten in eight league matches after a 1-0 win over Watford. The guys believe Arteta deserves plenty of credit, as do the Arsenal board for their patience, but admit the match away at Liverpool after the international break will be the real benchmark for what level they're really at. TOPICS 04.14 - David Moyes interview with Rob Nothman 05.40 - Discussion of Moyes' West Ham transformation 10.03 - Declan Rice and Jarrod Bowen 15.19 - Jurgen Klopp interview with Rob Nothman 17.13 - Reaction to Klopp's frustration and Liverpool's defensive issues 21.20 - Dean Smith sacking 23.51 - Dan Bardell from The Villa View 32:26 - Conte's first Premier League game in charge of Spurs 39.56 - Arsenal's progress under Arteta

The Football Ramble
Living it Lage

The Football Ramble

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 34:52


Kate, Jim and Vish track Wolves' migration up the table after another tidy win, this time against a struggling Everton. We wonder why the bottom half of the table remains a maelstrom of uncertainty - maybe Marcelo Bielsa's translating sherpa can guide us through.We also look into Antonio Conte's imminent arrival in North London and the embarrassment of managerial riches the Premier League will possess - with or without lonely wanderer Daniel Farke.Search ‘Football Ramble' on social media to find us, and email us here: show@footballramble.com.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Man City stumble, Liverpool look lacklustre, Arsenal answer their critics, and Chelsea charge on

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 96:03


Robbie Savage and Chris Sutton took your calls on all of Saturday's football action. Man City fans bemoaned a lack of striker as their team lost 2-0 to Crystal Palace, whilst Arsenal fans feel Arteta is turning things around. We heard from excited Chelsea fans who think the title is coming to West London, but in North London the Spurs fans aren't too keen on their manager. There was a look ahead at relegation 6-pointer in Gone in 60 Suttons, and it's Robbie's turn to guess who's the mystery man in The Wanderer. This show originally aired on BBC Radio 5 Live on October 30th 2021.

Arseblog - the Arsecasts, Arsenal podcasts
Episode 647 - Still a great day

Arseblog - the Arsecasts, Arsenal podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 69:38


In this episode I'm joined by Nick Ames of The Guardian to discuss the impact of Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka in the North London derby; what Mikel Arteta might do in the enforced injury absence of Granit Xhaka, his options, and how there's now a heavy onus on Thomas Partey in that area of the pitch; plus some chat about the manager after he's enjoyed some better days of late.Then I chat to Tim Stillman about Arsenal Women and their incredible start to the season under new head coach Jonas Eidevall, how a behind the scenes review looks to have paid dividends, the Champions League, competition and rotation, the chances of extending some key contracts, and lots more.Follow Nick @nickames82: Follow Tim @StillbertoHere is the link to download the It's a great day jingle: https://p1r.es/GreatDayIf you want to become an Arseblog Member on Patreon, you can sign up at patreon.com/arseblog for just €5 per month. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Daily Zeitgeist
North London Is tREnD 9/27: R. Kelly, SNL, William Shatner, Frank Somerville, Tony Robbins, Matt Gaetz

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 16:26


In this edition of North London Is tREnD, Jack and Miles discuss R. Kelly being guilty AF, the new SNL lineup, William Shatner going to space?, a newscaster suspended for acknowledging 'missing white woman syndrome', Tony Robbins making shit up, and Matt Gaetz gearing up for 'a scorched earth trial' Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Arseblog - the Arsecasts, Arsenal podcasts
Arsecast Extra Episode 435 - 27.09.2021

Arseblog - the Arsecasts, Arsenal podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 99:23


James is is back from his holidays on what is a very goodly morning following the 3-1 win in the North London derby. There's a flavour of the atmosphere inside the Emirates, the energy that transmitted around the ground, a brilliant first half performance with some outstanding individual contributions, a huge win for Mikel Arteta, a goal and an assist each for Smith Rowe and Saka, and pretty much everyone gets a mention for the way we put the old enemy to the sword. We then answer listener questions about Aaron Ramsdale, Tomiyasu, a revitalised Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, the potential for a winning run, the summer recruitment paying dividends, and lots more, including a brand new jingle to celebrate the derby win.Get extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.