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Chris and John discuss repurposing drug dogs, poker legend Stu Ungar, the Canadian solution for a dead groundhog, Elon's Qatari backers, a lost radioactive capsule, and a found balloon. // to hear the full episode and many more, check out our patreon at patreon.com/beepbeeplettuce
A broad range of topics on this week's show. Chris Draper sits in for Stu to discuss the departures of Nathan Young-Coombes and Ayoub Assal (with a look at the comms regarding the latter's recent absence); the ethics of accepting Qatari cash; the 0-0 draw with Bradford; whether some football songs should be retired; the sale of tickets to Leyton Orient away; our new signings; The Apprentice; and the forthcoming trip to Newport. A fun show, so check it out!
Chris is here with the latest episode of Redmen Bitesize as he discusses, amongst other things, Darwin Nunez's fitness and the latest reports quashing rumours of an imminent Liverpool takeover from a Qatari consortium.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
PLOT: With unrest towards club owners ENIC from the stands and on social media, talk of Qatari investment, the impending Fan Advisory Board and the small matter of the NLD coming up, we are delighted to welcome back Rachel Martin and Steve Cavalier from Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust (THST) to help make sense of it all. We discuss their recent open letter to the club with the 4 key questions, and the clubs (half) response to that letter, whether the "ENIC Out" slogan is gaining momentum and The Cheese Room Podcast gets the exclusive on the introduction of gluten free beer to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. CREW: Bren hosts and is joined by Rachel Martin and Steve Cavalier from THST. PRODUCTION: Produced, recorded and edited by Bren Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joe Molloy was joined by The Irish Independent's Dan McDonnell for Wednesday's edition of The Football Show. Dan Kilpatrick of the Evening Standard discussed PSG's Qatari owners potentially investing £1bn into Tottenham as they look to buy a stake in a Premier League club. ⚽️ on OTB in association with Sky.
Pour la première fois un officiel qatari haut placé impliqué dans l'organisation de la Coupe du Monde a évalué le nombre d'ouvriers morts pour le tournoi “entre 400 et 500”. Traduction: A top Qatari official involved in the country's World Cup organization has put the number of worker deaths for the tournament “between 400 and 500” for the first time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week's episode features Anthony, Jeff and Lucas. We have a little of a winning streak going and some players are starting to shine. To start off the podcast, we discuss the fun times of Gareth Bale and his announced retirement. In the first half, we review previous wins versus Crystal Palace and Portsmouth. For halftime, Lucas gives us his locks. In the second half, we debated over the potential Qatari investment, mulled over the dreaded transfer window and previewed the upcoming North London Derby. Your social media questions are answered! Remember to follow us on Twitter and Facebook @fourstarspurs! and visit our website at www.fourstarspurs.com for the complete catalog of episodes and blog posts!
Paul is back today with another Redmen Bitesize where he'll be going through all of the headlines in the Liverpool world! Today that includes reports that Liverpool have been named as potential targets for PSG's Qatari owners, as well as rumours that Liverpool have been linked in the transfer market to midfielders Khephren Thuram of Nice - as well as Kouadio Kone of Borussia Monchengladbach!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Nathan, Bardi and Windy have a wide-ranging chat about Palace, Portsmouth, transfer targets and a potential Qatari take-over.----------You've been listening to The Extra Inch, a Spurs podcast.Production by Nathan A Clark (Twitter @NathanAClark).Music by David Lindmer (https://www.instagram.com/davidlindmer).Artwork by Trayton Miller (https://www.traytonrmiller.com/).Go get your merch at https://www.theextrainch.co.ukEmail us at email@example.comBecome an xSub: https://www.patreon.com/theextrainchBuy us a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/theextrainchTwitter: https://twitter.com/TheExtraInchFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheExtraInch/Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/theextrainch#Spurs #COYS #THFCThe Extra Inch is a Tottenham podcast brought to you by Windy, Bardi and Nathan A Clark. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Redmen Bitesize returns as Chris is here to discuss all the latest news regarding Liverpool in a bitesize format. In today's episode of Redmen Bitesize Chris discusses the possibility of an Anfield Road Stand Delay as Subcontractor goes into Administration, the latest news on the future of Brighton Midfielder Moises Caicedo and possible links to another top four rival, some potential early team news ahead of Liverpool's trip to the Amex this weekend and finally a possible update on the sale of Liverpool Football Club as Qatari investors are rumoured to be holding talks with Tottenham Hotspur rather than the Reds.SUBSCRIBE TO OUR LFC STREAMING SERVICE: http://www.redmenplus.com- Award winning Independent Liverpool FC fan channel.- Click the link to get in touch https://bit.ly/2K8qHDSSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this special bonus episode, Mikey from Screen Nerds Podcast joins the pod to discuss the timely 2022 Netflix docuseries, FIFA Uncovered. Dropped just before the World Cup in Qatar, this sprawling doc exposes the decades of corruption (wire fraud, embezzlement, money laundering, bribery) staining FIFA. For those who love true crime/in-depth investigative journalism, this might be right up your alley. Declared as the World Cup of fraud, the takedown of dozens of FIFA officials by the FBI stunned the world. FIFA Uncovered digs behind the scenes and gets to the bottom of these indictments. We hear from whistleblowers, former FIFA presidents, financial assistants, widowed spouses of incriminated officials, smarmy Qatari ambassadors, journalists/novelists who've covered this scandal, and countless other relevant individuals. The doc also takes a deep look into the use of the World Cup as an act of sports-washing and the way geopolitics and soccer/futbol politics clash behind closed doors. Our conversation even delves into the ethical hypocrisies and latent xenophobia surrounding the entire scandal and the western world's tantrum re: the 2022 World Cup being hosted by Qatar. Now is as good of a time as any to reflect on FIFA. The festivities may be over and Messi may be nestled snugly in bed with the World Cup between both arms, but you can bet those slimy FIFA representatives behind the entire pageantry are undoubtedly scheming already: thinking of novel ways to circumvent the system and pocket their next big paycheck. Enjoy!
In this episode, we hear what women thought about the World Cup in Qatar, and how women's rights and perspectives were largely absent from the coverage it. Nearly 40 percent of football fans globally are female, yet female athletes and fans continue to face enormous barriers in the game, their households, and communities. We hear from Yousra Samir Imran (Author of 'Hijab and Red Lipstick') about her experience with the guardianship system, along with Qatari artist Ghada Al Khater, and Human Rights Watch researcher Rothna Begum
Nick and Toby discuss the Jeremy Clarkson pile on by brave and virtuous celebrities, comedians (apparatchiks?) and politicians, Chris Packham's desire to jail people whose jokes he doesn't like and how you must never, ever apologise to the mob… They talk about the ongoing soap opera that is Twitter in ‘Birdwatch', the BBC's reaction to Oxford's ‘traffic calming' measures, commissar Gary Neville's continuing hypocrisy and his ham fisted comparison of NHS nurses to the plight of Qatari labourers, how families get in the way of sports tv, Mbappé's hilarious snubbing of Macron and whether the world cup was, in fact, rigged… Nick is joined again by The Daily Sceptic's editor, Will Jones, to discuss this week's featured stories. Nick talks about meeting the internet's most cancelled man, Andrew Tate – and almost fails to mention his (Nick's) meeting Will Smith when scriptwriting in Hollywood. Toby and Nick also talk about Nick's UnHerd debate and his subsequent rising profile as a public intellectual! And once again, the boys compete for this week's venerated title of ‘Peak Woke' Please go to https://dailysceptic.org/ and make a donation so we can keep bringing you all this high quality content. This week's sponsor is Thor Holt and you can find him here: https://www.thorholt.com/ or https://www.linkedin.com/in/thorholt/ or on his telegram channel at @thor_holt Nick's substack: https://nickdixon.substack.com/ Free Speech Union's Writers' Advisory Council: https://freespeechunion.org/writers-advisory-council/ Produced by Jason Clift Music by Tinderella
Chin-up Chingwaggers, it's the Christmasode with Hagar Chemali! It's been a rough year, but we made it. Misha and Hagar Chemali wrap up 2022 with a huge chat. FIFA World Cup and Qatari sports washing Xi's China COVID Zero trap and why autocrats are doomed to fail Britney Griner, hostage diplomacy and a shift in US policy Iranian protests continue. So does Elon's Twitter meltdown. And Trump. Remember him? And more! Merry Christmas to everyone, except the autocrats! Check out Misha Zelinsky's column in the Australian Financial Review here: https://www.afr.com/by/misha-zelinsky-p5363h Be sure to follow Hagar and the Oh My World! show on social media and YouTube @ohmyworldshow and @hagarchemali You can follow Misha and diplomates here: @mishazelinsky @diplomates.showSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Editor David Horovitz and health reporter Nathan Jeffay join host Amanda Borschel-Dan in today's episode. We begin the show by hearing highlights from last night's Qatar World Cup final and how the country was inclusive of Israelis -- to a point. Israeli President Isaac Herzog sent a Hanukkah video message to the Diaspora. Any strong statements here? Horovitz discusses a recent op-ed he wrote about possible threats to the Law of Return with the incoming Netanyahu coalition. What makes him concerned? We hear from Jeffay about new Israeli research that spotlights major benefits of stress reduction measures, specifically for women who are at elevated risk of cancer. Some 15 percent of the world's most influential studies on COVID-19 vaccines were written by Israeli scientists. No shock here? And finally, we hear about another piece of research from Tel Aviv University in which Israeli scientists say they have found a way to boost the ability of bones to heal themselves. Discussed articles include: Israeli soccer fans rejoice over long-awaited World Cup win for Messi, Argentina Messi's black Qatari robe at World Cup trophy lift draws mixed reactions from fans Don't mess with the Law of Return Reducing stress can be life-changer for women with high cancer risk — Israeli study Israelis produced some 15% of world's top COVID vaccine studies, analysis shows Israeli gel boosts ability of bones to heal themselves, mice trial finds Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Argentina's Lionel Messi celebrates at the end of the World Cup final soccer match between Argentina and France at the Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar, December 18, 2022. Argentina won 4-2 in a penalty shootout after the match ended tied 3-3. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gary Neville compares Qatari human rights abuses to the UK Government's treatment of nurses. Also, Jeremy Clarkson has caused outrage over his column about the Duchess of Sussex. Should it have gone to print? His own daughter doesn't think so. All of this and more on this episode of the Nick Ferrari Whole Show podcast.
In November 2022 the FIFA World Cup commenced in Qatar. From the start the games were controversial. The location seemed ideal in many ways a clean modern locale. However, the fun and games soon had a dark shadow cast over it as reports of slave labor used to build the necessary facilities to house the games and the tourists who came from around the globe to see them. The LGBTQIA plus record of the Qatari government involved forced disappearances and torture of gay and transgender people and an abysmal record overall. Celebrities such as Shakira refused to perform or attend due to these issues. Latin Music sensation Maluma ended an interview abruptly due to being questioned about whether it was ok to endorse a repressive country by attending and performing. All in all there. were sparks flying and they were not all good. In this episode immigration attorney Kime Abduli joins Jessica as well as Otra X Favor podcast hosts Ricardo Contreras Plaza and David Hernandez who are die hard soccer fans whose podcast focuses on soccer, life and culture. In this episode we discuss: Kime's perspective as a Muslim American about the switches the Qatari government made to policies in the name of Islam after the games were scheduled to be held there; Richie and David's history as soccer fans and their development of their podcast Otra X Favor focused on culture, life and soccer. The guests perspectives on the human rights issues that hung over the games in 2022; Looking towards the next World Cup and what the guests believe will occur when it is held in the US, Canada and Mexico in terms of human rights issues and protest; Jessica's explanation of recent human rights reporting on the Qatari government's abuses of LGBTQIA plus, labor and servitude as well as general human rights problems; How human rights and sports have been linked since the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City to Colin Kappernick taking ta knee to protest police brutality in more recent times; What the future of human rights and sports most likely holds for FIFA World Cup and other sports Finals predictions of the guests and Jessica BIOGRAPHIES JESSICA SMITH BOBADILLA (HOST) Jessica Smith Bobadilla is an attorney, former law professor, media commentator and host of the podcast. She practices immigration law and has worked in various human rights and international organizations in the past prior to establishing her law practice. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or I Am Attorney Jessica on Instagram or Facebook. KIME ABDUILI (GUEST) Kime Abduli is an immigration attorney and regular on the I Am Attorney Jessica podcast. Kime is a soccer fan and world traveler. Her own immigration story is compelling and she assists immigrants and refugees every day in her practice in Wisconsin. You can contact her through her firm website. http://www.abduliimmigrationlaw.com RICARDO CONTRERAS PLAZA (GUEST) Ricardo is a photographer and podcast host of Otra X Favor podcast focused on soccer, life and culture. Please check out Otra X Favor on Apple and Spotify. Ricardo is a proud recipient of the benefits of the DACA program. You can also contact Ricardo or Richie through their podcast or at email@example.com. JORGE MARTINEZ (GUEST) Jorge is the cohost of Otra X. Favor with Ricardo and a life long soccer fan. Jorge's father owns a soccer store in the Austin, Texas area so soccer really was life for Jorge. Jorge can be reached at Jorge @otraxfavor.com.
We're back with another packed show of Canadian soccer and World Cup chat. The 2022 World Cup in Qatar is over and Argentina have won a third title in what was an absolute classic final against France with Lionel Messi finally becoming a World Cup winner. Will this finally put an end to the boring Messi v Ronaldo debates? How will the tournament be remembered, where will it rank amongst the others, and how was it actually to be at it on the ground? We chat about all of that and a lot more, as Zach gives us some insight as to what it was like to be at the tournament in aspects like ticketing, transportation, the weather, the stadiums, atmosphere, and merchandise as he regales us with tales of Arabian nights. Plus a Flash Five of our favourite World Cup mascots, we round up the Whitecaps, MLS, and CPL News of the Week, and we continue our 2022 Festive Fifteen. Here's the rundown for the main segments from the episode: 01.30: Intro 02.35: Argentina are World Cup champs again 20.09: Does this finally clear up the Messi v Ronaldo nonsense? 26.18: Where does this World Cup rank in the tournament's history? 34.35: Canada's World Cup - an on the ground perspective 64.50: Zach's Qatari tales - getting there, accommodation, conditions, opening ceremony 105.35: Zach's Qatari tales - getting around, ticketing, the stadiums, merch 134.12: How to go viral with a German flag 152.55: MLS and Whitecaps News of the Week 161.47: CPL News of the Week 168.16: Wavelength - USA Soccer Guy - Kick That Soccer Ball
In this episode of RANE's Essential Geopolitics podcast, we look at the Qatari influence campaign in the EU. You might know the headlines - coming as they did amid the World Cup and with all eyes on Qatar. There were accusations of corruption among European civil servants and politicians accepting bribes as Qatar sought to gain influence in the European Parliament. But RANE's Senior Middle East and North Africa analyst, Ryan Bohl, takes us a little deeper into the geopolitics, with details and analysis that Qatar is not unique in its approach. You can read more analysis of the situation and what is coming up in 2023 at RANE Worldview, the world's leading geopolitical intelligence platform. Find it at RANEnetwork.com. And if you like the Essential Geopolitics podcast from RANE, tell your colleagues about us. And check out RANE's other geopolitical content on Youtube and our social channels. Search for RANE network.
I was savagely tortured by the Qatari police. They made sure I was mentally broken to the point that I will probably never be able to be with a woman again. Elsewhere we talk about Tara putting her hoodie on backwards and thinking she was blind, hot dogs, a weird mushroom trip, Lapland and much more. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CheekClappers T-shirts: https://www.etsy.com/shop/GetClapped Music: https://spoti.fi/32RHJQ6
On the eve of the World Cup Final, Adam Leventhal is joined by The Athletic's Matt Slater and Laura Williamson to evaluate the Qatar 2022 World Cup. From the build-up to the tournament, the treatment of migrant workers and the handling of the tournament by FIFA President Gianni Infantino, the panel analyse all aspects. What comes next? What happens to the stadiums, Qatari football and what lessons have been learned? Plus, there's reaction to Infantino's announcement over an expanded FIFA Club World Cup as well as confirmation over his second term as President. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Support the SHOW https://www.buymeacoffee.com/derekosheashowSUPPORT THE SHOW : https://streamelements.com/theoneminutenews/tipWANT A MERCH aka SWAG: https://my-store-d4b9d0.creator-spring.com/Trump's NEW NFT makes me Wanna#politics #politicalnews #breakingnews Some Sources:“We're off to America in four years time, an extraordinarily racist country.”@garylineker says the ‘corruption' of the Qatari bid was his primary grievance, pointing out ‘every country, including our own, has got issues' with regards to human rights.Should You Charge Your Family for Christmas Dinner?1 in 3 men wait until Christmas Eve to buy their partner's present in SC, survey saysGavin Newsom says California is overwhelmed with migrants after funding social programs for illegal immigrants'My turn to wear the cape has passed': Henry Cavill, 39, reveals he's been FIRED from Superman role just two months after announcing his big return - as new DC Films bosses look to reboot franchise with younger leadClimate activists in Munich failed to glue themselves to a road and stop trafficDonald Trump announced his new NFT collection with a commercial.Trump teasing a “major announcement” and then labeling his NFT “major announcement” only to have his hardcore fans act like that wasn't the real announcement is the perfect example what this thing has become.Demand improvement. Put the pom poms down. We need a better Trump.In Farewell Speech, Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) compares Jan. 6 to the Oklahoma City bombing"I & Mug Club are leaving the Blaze." -Steven CrowderVirginia Democrat, Jailed After Affair With Teen He Then Married, Seeks Open House SeatBIDEN TO AFRICAN LEADERS: "I may show up. The poor relatives always show up. The wealthy ones never show up. The poor come and they eat your food — stay longer than they should.”White House covid response coordinator Dr. Jha: "We know we can prevent nearly every death from covid if people get their updated vaccines."Kinzinger gives his farewell: "Had I know that standing up for truth would cost me my job, friendships, and even my personal security, I would, without hesitation, do it all over again."Jean-Pierre: "The president has done the work to deal with what we are seeing at the border since day one."Stacey Abrams says she may run again.Reporter: "Back in September the President publicly said that the pandemic is over..."Biden's COVID czar: "The President was also very clear that COVID is not over..."Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgLocals: https://locals.com/member/DerekOsheaShowYoutube: Rumble : https://rumble.com/c/c-624233Podcast Audio Webpage: https://derekosheashow.buzzsprout.comApple Podcast : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/derek-oshea-show-comedy-news-show/id1508917484Spotify : https://open.spotify.com/show/3BNCK8HjbDOtyOlHMOVGTXOdysee: https://odysee.com/@DerekOsheaShowWebsite : https://theoneminutenews.wixsite.com/derekosheashowTwitter: https://twitter.com/DerekOsheaShowInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/derekosheashow/Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/LgKyzhcXmm52/Gab: https://gab.com/TheOneMinuteNewsFacebook : https://www.facebook.com/DerekOsheaShowTikTok : https://www.tiktok.com/@derekosheashow?Twitch : https://www.twitch.tv/derekosheaBreaking News,Current Events,Political Satire,Political Comedy Show,Political Comedy,Live Comedy Show,Live Comedy,Political News,talk show,donald trump,funny video,donald trump speech,donald trump roast,donald trump latest news,funny videos,Trump NFT collection,Review Trump NFTS,Biden mocks poor people,biden speech today,political Support the show
Kylian Mbappe once more shone brightly on the world's stage as he helped France through to consecutive World Cup finals. He is a superstar on the pitch, yet look around Qatar and you won't see a lot of, if any, shirts with his name on the back which is a surprise given that he plays his club football for Qatari backed PSG. Joining Adam Leventhal to discuss "brand Mbappe" and its future is The Athletic's Adam Crafton and Charlotte Harpur. Off the back of yet more french success we discuss why the France camp is so united and what fears they have ahead of Sunday's final, if any. And in the final it's Messi v Mbappe, club mates at PSG, making this final a great success for the French club and its owners. Plus, Adam Leventhal managed to grab a word with elusive Manchester United owner Avram Glazer post match, hear what he had to say on the sale of his club, and whether it is in fact a "sale". Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The 2022 FIFA World Cup is an international football tournament contested by the men's national teams of FIFA's member associations, and the 22nd FIFA World Cup. It is taking place in Qatar from 20 November to 18 December 2022, making it the first World Cup to be held in the Arab world and Muslim world, and the second held entirely in Asia after the 2002 tournament in South Korea and Japan. France are the defending champions, having defeated Croatia 4–2 in the 2018 final. At an estimated cost of over $220 billion, it is the most expensive World Cup ever held; this figure is disputed by Qatari officials, including organising CEO Nasser Al Khater, who said the true cost is $8 billion, and other figures relate to overall infrastructure development since the World Cup was awarded to Qatar in 2010.
The World Cup in Qatar put the country's record on human rights and laws on homosexuality into the international spotlight. Same sex-relations are banned under Islamic law. Qatari law calls for a prison sentence of one to three years for "inducing or seducing a male or a female in any way to commit illegal or immoral actions". On the Sky News Daily, Sally Lockwood is joined by Dr Nasser Mohamed, who is gay and Qatari and now lives in the US. He says LGBT+ Qataris feel "removed" from the conversation about Qatar's hosting of the football World Cup.Producer: Soila Apparicio Interviews Producer: Alys Bowen Promotions Producer: David Chipakupaku Editors: Paul Stanworth and Philly Beaumont
durée : 00:03:04 - Géopolitique - par : Pierre Haski - Coup de tonnerre à Bruxelles, avec l'arrestation d'une Vice-Présidente du Parlement européen et de trois autres personnes accusées de corruption de la part du Qatar, en plein Mondial de foot ! Une affaire accablante qui montre des failles dans la lutte anticorruption en Europe.
Just when the on-field drama of the football finally seemed to be eclipsing everything else coming out of Qatar, the World Cup hosts are back in the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Doha denies any part in the piles of cash uncovered by Belgian police or the arrests that include a vice president of the European parliament. The greasing of the wheels allegedly came as the EU started to ponder visa-free travel to Qatari citizens. Why would the Gulf emirate even want the waiver?
In this short, Sunday episode, Alex discusses the tragic death of Grant Wahl on Friday during the Netherlands - Argentina game in Qatar. Wahl was a soccer journalist who was credited with bringing more knowledge and attention to the sport for decades and was one of the sport's finest reporters. Alex discusses how Wahl had suffered from a bronchial infection prior to his death and also reported feeling upper pressure in his chest. While the death seems to have been accidental, a lot of speculation has started. Eric Wahl, Grant's brother and a member of the LGBTQ community, put out a video arguing that Grant Wahl's death was deliberate. Due to the Qatari government's treatment of minority groups, the online community has been fueled by this story. Alex thinks that many people almost want this death to be on purpose because it would highlight how badly the Qatari government is involving human rights. People should be careful.
With Matt and Dave giving up on podcasting, it's up to Jon to save the day! Here's recording a solo pod about his adventures at the World Cup live from Qatar. Is it as bad as it seems? Will the Qatari government arrest him for his NBA takes? Will Matt and Dave even notice Jon recorded without them??? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The front of S2:E0070 bumps offs with a recap of what is a wild and crazy NFL season; the Bears injury bite is hard and firm; Eddie eats navy and maize flavored crow as Jim F. Harbaugh responds to criticism with a bit of traction in the Big10; jellyfish have a firmer spin than the NCAA, as they fine Michigan State a pittance fine ($100K) following their donnybrook in the Ann Arbor tunnel; sports washing by way of Qatari death march is discussed; as the front closes with another Paddy ‘IDNKT' segment focused on the USA vs. Netherlands World Cup match.The back half begins with another infamous (and inverted) beer review, as the Bums sample Lamp Lighter Brewing's “The Upside Down” (ABV 8%), a dark saison ale that smacks with carmel malts and rye, and spice, pepper and toffee finishes (thanks to McD); the Holiday season is upon us, and our respective livers and other vulnerable organs (stay tuned to see if the Bums survive); cute robot maker Boston Dynamics isn't as harmless as we thought; Eddie is keen on the Disney+ series “Andor”, as well as Apple TV's “Slow Horses” series (Season 2 dropping); an “I had to chuckle” story; as the back closes with a look-ahead to Rocky's ‘Weed Rules' segment.All of this and a bunch of swearing. Recorded on December 3rd, 2022 at B.O.M.'s global headquarters, Paddy's Southside Cave, in Chicago, IL USA.
Friday, December 9th, 2022 Today, in the Hot Notes: the DoJ asks Judge Beryl Howell to hold the Trump team in contempt of court in the documents case; Brittney Griner is on her way home from a Russian penal colony; Donald will not appeal the 11th Circuit Special Master ruling to SCOTUS; the same sex marriage bill has passed the House and on it's way to President Biden's desk for signature; Congressional Democrats have launched a probe into the Qatari bail out of Jared's 666 5th avenue building; plus Allison and Dana deliver your Good News. Follow the Podcast on Apple: http://apple.co/beans Check out other MSW Media podcasts https://mswmedia.com/shows/ Our Guest: Ali Zaidi https://twitter.com/alizaidi46 Follow AG and Dana on Twitter: Dr. Allison Gill https://twitter.com/allisongill https://twitter.com/MuellerSheWrote https://twitter.com/dailybeanspod Dana Goldberg https://twitter.com/DGComedy Zan Zendegi Azadi Have some good news, a confession, a correction, or a case for Beans Court? https://www.dailybeanspod.com/confessional/ Listener Survey: http://survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.aspx?pubid=BffJOlI7qQcF&ver=short Want to support the show and get it ad-free and early? https://dailybeans.supercast.tech Or https://patreon.com/thedailybeans Promo Codes: Thanks to Helix for supporting The Daily Beans. Helix is offering up to 200 dollars off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners at helixsleep.com/dailybeans. Thanks StoryWorth. Get $10 off your first purchase at StoryWorth.com/DAILYBEANS Thanks to Athletic Greens for supporting The Daily Beans. Go to athleticgreens.com/dailybeans and get a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week on Redmen Weekly we talk Jude Bellignham, first analysing the player and how he would fit for Liverpool in a clip from The Transfer Show, and then diving into the credibility of reports that Liverpool are in advanced talks to sign the young midfielder in Journo Insight. We also spoke to David Lynch on Expert Insight as he published the breaking news that links Saudi's and Qatari's to the potential sale of LFC from FSG. Finally, we look at life in the 70s for Liverpool fans, in a clip from Liverpool Library, where Dave Kirby talks about his new book 'Those Were The Days My Friend'.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 260 of the Sports Media Podcast features two guests. First up is Renee Paquette, who was recently hired by AEW (All Elite Wrestling) as a host, interviewer and producer. She also hosts her own podcast — The Sessions with Renée Paquette — and does video content for the Cincinnati Bengals. She is followed by Grant Wahl, the longtime soccer journalist who is covering the World Cup in Qatar. In this podcast, Paquette discusses how she ended up at AEW after her long run with WWE; what her responsibilities are at AEW; how she anticipates she'll be used in the next few months and how that role will evolve; working as a producer at AEW; her fandom for the Bengals; the differences in how segments are done in AEW versus WWE; how she feels about any potential storyline with her husband, Jon Moxley; the importance of providing the audience with a visual response during interviews; the genius of Paul Heyman and Sami Zayn; what she hopes to accomplish with her podcast and how she chooses guests; maintaining friendships with WWE people including Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch, and much more. Wahl discusses how his access has been during the World Cup; being stopped by Qatari officials for wearing a Pride shirt; how he sees the rest of the tournament progressing; the brilliance of Kylian Mbappe, and more. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, and more. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ste is here for the late show! Today he'll be giving some behind the scenes information on the reported Saudi/Qatari takeover bids for Liverpool, the blatant hints Jude Bellingham has been sending Liverpool within the England camp this week, that a move to Anfield could be closer than we think!This morning we had our Transfer Show live on Redmen Plus! Get it here! https://theredmentv.com/liverpool-are-the-frontrunners-for-bellingham-the-transfer-show/SUBSCRIBE TO OUR LFC STREAMING SERVICE: http://www.redmenplus.comBECOME A YOUTUBE MEMBER NOW AND GET EXTRA PERKS!:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC30avO2n6knAFiH2c8e4qiw/join- Award winning Independent Liverpool FC fan channel.- Click the link to get in touch https://bit.ly/2K8qHDSSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
I know for most of us… the World Cup is over. The US is out… that's that. See ya in four years. But in Qatar… they've created something so repulsive for this World Cup Tournament… that I have to share it with you.Y'know the luxury boxes stadiums have for VIPs? The climate controlled boxes with the endless food and drinks and a hostess. The beautiful people are often sealed behind glass like zoo animals for the rest of us to gaze upon?Well in Qatar … where oil billionaires outnumber schoolteachers…. they've offering another level of luxury. Over there… even the VIP's are nothing special. Thus… at the World Cup… one step above … they have VVIP's. Very very important persons…. their luxury boxes are filled with unspeakable pleasures. They include beds and showers.And as you wonder why you might need to shower during a soccer match. Mull on this.The Qatari's created a special ROAD for the VVIP's - The roadsign above actually says “VVIP” with an arriow. The road zips you to a secluded stadium entrance so you don't even have to be seen by the normals. Among the VVIP's… kings and Princes… Emirs and Shieks… Ivanka Trump & Jared. And while they dine on six course VVIP dinners… Utes fans are scrambling for an 18 inch seat at the Rose Bowl…. where there is no VVIP section. But if you want a luxury suite for the Rose Bowl It'll run you $50-thousand dollars. Or as it's known in Qatar… pocket change.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Suzi talks to Alan Minsky and Meleiza Figueroa, creators and hosts of The People's Game podcast, to get their unique perspectives on the 2022 Qatari World Cup. This is much more than soccer, but there is that too. They combine on-the-field analysis with discussions of the political, economic, and cultural subtexts of the World Cup—its intersection with climate, sport, society, rebellion, and everything else. This World Cup is all superlatives: the biggest sports spectacle in the world, with more people watching than ever. It is also the most expensive ever, by a long shot. The Qatari government has spent a staggering $250 billion building and remodeling the city for the event, a giant investment using sports for political influence.Alan and Meleiza then talk to David Goldblatt, author of The Age of Football: Soccer and the 21st Century about his recent article in the London Review of Books that explores the political messaging and many controversies of this World Cup. We see the brave protests and athletes sporting armbands expressing solidarity with women and the LGBTQ community. Less visible is Qatar's migrant labor force working in searing heat to build literally everything on temporary work visas, without rights, adequate pay, or decent housing.Jacobin Radio with Suzi Weissman features conversations with leading thinkers and activists, with a focus on labor, the economy, protest movements. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Gulf state of Qatar is currently hosting the most expensive Fifa World Cup ever having spent an estimated $220 billion on the event. Seven of the eight stadiums have been built from scratch with new railways, motorways and dozens of new hotels also adding to the cost. It's the first time the tournament has been hosted in the Middle East, a source of pride to many. But human rights groups say thousands of migrant workers have died during construction of venues and associated infrastructure - a claim the Qataris reject. Campaigners say not enough is being done to support gay people in a country where homosexuality remains illegal. But many across the Middle East believe the criticisms are unfair and that rich, Western nations are insulting a history-making event. So once the football is done, what will be the legacy of Qatar 2022 for the country, the region, its Western allies and the world? Ritula Shah is joined by a panel of expert guests. James Lynch - A former diplomat based in Qatar and a founding director of FairSquare Research and Projects, which works to prevent human rights abuses. Alistair Burt – UK Minister of State for the Middle East 2017-2019. Also featuring … Dr Nayef bin Nahar - Director of the Ibn Khaldon Center for Humanities and Social Sciences at Qatar University, based in Doha. Dr Nasser Mohamed - A gay Qatari, now living in the United States. Producers: Ellen Otzen and Paul Schuster.
Friends. It's time we said goodbye—at least until some Qatari billionaire offers to foot the bill. But first, we need to make an episode so bad that no one will miss us. And also figure out who the biggest loser we've ever covered is.Follow along with our All Time Loser bracket here! [SPOILER WARNING] Bracket results Follow us online for more from us in the future:Adam: @madam_mcshane on Instagram/Tiktok@adamcshane on TwitterJoey: @joeybednarski on Twitter/Instagram@jojobeddyboy on TiktokCosmo: Cosmo's album (as Clovis Quimby)@Ferrariomopeds on Twitter@cosmonomikos on InstagramListen to the theme song here: We've Won by JaillThank you for listening!
Air Date 11/30/2022 Today, we take a look at the context of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar including the labor abuses endemic in the construction of the facilities, the authoritarianism and anti-LGBTQ policies of the Qatari government, and the corruption fundamental to the inner working of FIFA that brought the tournament to Qatar in the first place. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcript BestOfTheLeft.com/Support (Get AD FREE Shows and Bonus Content) BestOfTheLeft.com/HOLIDAY (BOTL GIFT GUIDE!) Join our Discord community! SHOW NOTES Ch. 1: Qatar and a World Cup controversy - Front Burner - Air Date 11-10-22 In the decade since Qatar won its bid to host this year's tournament, allegations of bribery, discrimination and human rights abuses have threatened to overshadow the game. Ch. 2: What Does Qatar Want? - Pro Revolution Soccer - Air Date 11-25-22 Tom speaks to Lebanese writer and activist Ali Reda about why Gulf petrostates are investing billions into football – particularly in the north of England – and what the British state gets out of the deal. Ch. 3: Qatar and the World Cup of Shame - Burn It All Down - Air Date 4-20-21 We discuss the (longstanding) controversy around the Qatar 2022 FIFA Men's World Cup including the ongoing inhumane working conditions and indentured servitude for migrant laborers building stadiums that have led to at least 6,500 deaths Ch. 4: World Cup: Welcome to Qatar! - Today, Explained - Air Date 11-4-22 Soccer is sometimes called “the second religion of the Arab World,” and Qatar is the region's first country to host the World Cup. Ch. 5: Qatar World Cup: FIFA president defends tournament in extraordinary speech - Channel 4 News - Air Date 11-19-22 FIFA's President Gianni Infantino gave an extraordinary speech in which he railed against Western hypocrisy over migrant workers Ch. 6: 'One Love' campaign hit by threat of FIFA sanctions - DW News - Air Date 11-21-22 The threat of sanctions has resulted in the seven European nations who had signed up to the One Love campaign, including England and Germany, announcing their decision to abandon plans to wear the rainbow-themed captain's armbands. Ch. 7: Boom in demand for 'One Love' arm bands banned by FIFA - FRANCE 24 English - Air Date 11-24-22 The "One Love" armbands that captains of some teams at the World Cup had been intending to wear to show support for the LGBTQ+ community are seeing a boom in demand among the general public after FIFA decided to ban players from wearing the armbands. Ch. 8: Qatar World Cup - Last Week Tonight with John Oliver - Air Date 11-21-22 John Oliver discusses the Qatar World Cup, the human rights violations happening in the sporting event's host country, and what perfection really means to David Beckham. Ch. 9: Human Rights and the Qatar World Cup - Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters - Air Date 11-16-22 In this episode, we speak with Michael Page, deputy director in the Middle East and North Africa division at Human Rights Watch We discuss how and why migrant workers were exploited in Qatar and then have a conversation about human rights MEMBERS-ONLY BONUS CLIP(S) Ch. 10: How FIFA corrupted the World Cup - Vox - Air Date 11-23-22 FIFA announced the 2022 World Cup would take place in a surprising country, Qatar. At that same meeting, they also announced that the 2018 World Cup would take place in Russia. These selections set off a new chapter in FIFA's history FINAL COMMENTS Ch. 11: Final comments on the propaganda master class put on by the president of FIFA Reference: FIFA President Gianni Infantino Press conference MUSIC (Blue Dot Sessions) Produced by Jay! Tomlinson Visit us at BestOfTheLeft.com
Happy Turkey Week, folks! Patrick and Seth look at the buffet of betting options available as the World Cup joined the NFL and the NCAA's Rivalry Week ensuring that at seemingly all hours of the day we'll have meaningful, high-level athletic competition. In the NFL the fellas break down a Bills team that looks a bit out of whack, a Cowboys team that might be playing their best football in years, and a Vikes squad hoping that it'll be pumpkin and not another slice of humble pie this week. Michigan/Ohio State meet once again at the stakes couldn't be higher with a College Football Playoff berth likely on the line, and can Notre Dame play spoiler against USC? And with the World Cup underway can the games themselves successfully “sports wash” the actions of FIFA and the Qatari government?
A fixture in the top tier of the international design scene since the late nineties, Timothy Corrigan has been on every magazine's honor roll, won numerous awards, and is the only American to be recognized by the French Heritage Society for his work. His clients have included everyone from Madonna and David Schwimmer to the Qatari royal family—every month Tim makes a loop around the world to attend to a truly global clientele. On this episode of the podcast, he speaks with host Dennis Scully about why he likes to hire employees with first careers outside of design, how work life balance is overrated, and how transparency is the only way forward for the industry.This episode is sponsored by Amazon Ads and Universal FurnitureLINKSTimothy CorriganDennis ScullyBusiness of Home
What does the future look like for Qatar, football, and the people we've spoken to?Kate finds out more about the precarious situation of the LGBTQ+ community in the country and speaks to the only publicly gay Qatari. After officials were in a standoff with Danish broadcasters this week, Kate also explores Qatar's media environment and asks whether this World Cup will – really – be a wake-up call for the football community. Once the spotlight moves on, there are simply no guarantees.***You can listen back to Episode 1 and 2 - released on the 8th and 15th of November - right here on the Football Ramble feed now.***Tweet us @FootballRamble and email us here: email@example.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!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Results from the 2022 midterm elections continued to trickle in this week. The GOP took control of the House of Representatives and the Democrats managed to hold onto the Senate. Meanwhile, in Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says his military's reclamation of the city of Kherson is "the beginning of the end" of the conflict. U.S. President Joe Biden has asked Congress to approve $37 billion in emergency aid for Ukraine.In sports news, the World Cup has not yet officially started but controversy is already percolating. Players and government officials are publicly criticizing host nation Qatar over well-documented human rights abuses. Qatari officials are in turn calling their critics racist.We cover all this and more during this week's News Roundup. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
Julio and guest co-host Jamilah King, managing editor at BuzzFeed News, talk about the latest election results and former President Trump's announcement that he's running again in 2024. They also unpack the ongoing issue of gun violence after the shooting at UVA, where three students were killed. Finally, they get into the human rights issues surrounding the FIFA World Cup in Doha, Qatar. ITT Staff Picks: “Pelosi got a lot right in her time as leader of the Democratic caucus — but her hesitancy to impeach Donald Trump was a major mistake,” writes MSNBC opinion columnist Hayes Brown. “It's not fair that a fear that this tragedy would be used by conservatives to negate leftist laments against violent racism was among my first thoughts when I read about this story,” writes Nadira Goffe about how the politicization of gun violence limits grief, in this piece for Slate. Dr. Nasser Mohamed, the first Qatari to publicly come out as gay, talks to Time Magazine about the reality of life for LGBTQ+ people in Qatar ahead of the World Cup games. Photo credit:
In 2003, a Qatari engineer came up with the idea for a robot jockey, to replace child jockeys in camel racing. Two years later, the robot was approved for use. The tiny gadgets, which wear caps and hold whips, are now used all over the Middle East. Rachel Naylor speaks to Esan Maruff, who helped develop them. (Photo: Robot jockeys riding camels. Credit: Getty Images)
What does this World Cup mean for Qatar? Kate goes inside the Qatar club game and finds signs of a very deliberate footballing project.But are Qatar's intentions going to survive their first contact with reality? We examine the tournament infrastructure for fans across Doha – from an unfinished fan park, to FIFA's luxury 'tent city' and desolate stadium surroundings – and find out that the World Cup is splitting Qatari society down the middle.Our third and final episode of the series is out on Sunday November 20th.Tweet us @FootballRamble and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.***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!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
His comments came as a former FIFA head said holding the World Cup in Qatar was a mistake. Also: voting is taking place in the United States for mid-term elections, can COP deliver for Africa and the underwater Italian treasure trove.