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The Edition
The new vandals

The Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 31:08


This week: In his cover piece Douglas Murray writes that museums are turning against their own collections. He is joined by the historian Robert Tombs to discuss whether a culture of self-flagellation is harming British museums (00:56). Also this week: For the magazine The Spectator's assistant editor Cindy Yu writes that the tune is changing in China. She is joined by Professor Kerry Brown, director of the Lau China Institute at King's College London to consider what the recent protests could mean for the Chinese Communist Party (13:24). And finally: Nicholas Lezard writes in The Spectator about how to beat London's expanding Ultra Low Emissions Zone. He is joined by journalist Tanya Gold to investigate an elegant loophole in the plans (24:56).  Hosted by William Moore.  Produced by Oscar Edmondson. 

Spectator Radio
The Edition: the new vandals

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 31:08


This week: In his cover piece Douglas Murray writes that museums are turning against their own collections. He is joined by the historian Robert Tombs to discuss whether a culture of self-flagellation is harming British museums (00:56). Also this week: For the magazine The Spectator's assistant editor Cindy Yu writes that the tune is changing in China. She is joined by Professor Kerry Brown, director of the Lau China Institute at King's College London to consider what the recent protests could mean for the Chinese Communist Party (13:24). And finally: Nicholas Lezard writes in The Spectator about how to beat London's expanding Ultra Low Emissions Zone. He is joined by journalist Tanya Gold to investigate an elegant loophole in the plans (24:56).  Hosted by William Moore.  Produced by Oscar Edmondson. 

Spectator Radio
Changing times: can companies really transform themselves?

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 35:11


It's fair to say that the tobacco industry is one of the most controversial ones out there, with the phrase ‘Big Tobacco' almost a meme, a shorthand for unscrupulous business practices. No wonder then that tobacco companies are trying to remake themselves, companies like Philip Morris International. PMI has a history dating back to the 1840s, and yet, today, their tagline is now ‘Delivering a smoke-free future'. Over the course of ten years, they've seen a third drop in the volume of cigarette sales. They're keen to talk about their story of ‘transformation', which is why they've sponsored this podcast. So what's really going on? Cindy Yu talks to David Miller, a lecturer at Princeton where he specialises in faith and ethics. He's been commissioned by PMI to author a report all about ‘corporate change'. We also speak to Moira Gilchrist, Vice President of Strategic and Scientific Communications at PMI, Martin Vander Weyer, the Spectator's business editor, and Professor John Kotter, a leading business theorist at Harvard Business School. This podcast was sponsored by Philip Morris International (PMI) but produced under the sole editorial control of The Spectator. Therefore the views expressed represent those of the commentators featured and do not necessarily represent the views of PMI.

The Salcedo Storm Podcast
S3, Ep 5: Can The Country Change With The Same Failed Leadership?

The Salcedo Storm Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 26:35


On this Salcedo Storm Podcast: Amber Athey is the Washington Editor at The Spectator and a Senior Blankley Fellow at the Steamboat Institute. She previously covered the White House for the Daily Caller.

Sky News Daily
Fear and fury in China – what does President Xi do now?

Sky News Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 21:30


Protests have sprung up across some of China's biggest cities with demonstrators shouting "down with the CCP, down with Xi Jinping". The protests, originally sparked by frustration at continued COVID lockdown measures, are now being seen as a challenge to the Communist leadership in the country in general. On the Sky News Daily, Niall Paterson speaks to Sky News' Asia correspondent Helen-Ann Smith, who has witnessed protests in Shanghai. Plus, Cindy Yu, host of The Spectator's Chinese Whispers podcast, on the threat continued unrest poses to China's leader, Xi Jinping. Producer: Emma Rae Woodhouse Junior Producer: Jada-Kai Meosa John Digital Producer: David Chipakupaku Editor: Philly Beaumont

Spectator Radio
Lifelong learning: can we outgrow education?

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 32:38


As Britons live longer and the population ages, society will soon have to rethink what it means to be of ‘working age'. Training and learning will have to be offered to older age groups who are healthier and more capable of work than their predecessors; while healthcare room to improve in making sure that health conditions are not barring those who wish to work from working. What can employers and the government do, armed with the right information and analysis, to prepare for this transition? On the special podcast episode, Martin Vander Weyer, The Spectator's business editor is joined by Guy Opperman, Minister for Employment at the Department of Work and Pensions, Dame Carol Black DBE, FRCP who is a physician and academic; and Catherine Foot, who is the Director of Phoenix Insights. This podcast is kindly sponsored by Phoenix Insights

Passive Income through Multifamily Real Estate
Episode #270: How To Be an Investor, Not a Spectator with Charles Dobens

Passive Income through Multifamily Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 36:50


It is time to understand what it means to actively own and walk the process of having units, not just use your investments as boasting rights and career leverage. Charles Dobens, a multi-family investor, explains how he successfully built a law practice, why felt drawn to create a coaching program, and how the 2008 financial crisis paved the way for his journey. Having started his career in investment at the very bottom, Charles recalls the struggles, successes, and failures that got him to where he is today. He gives advice on how to retain your investors and manage brokers, why every business requires capital, and some free (but very useful!) coaching tips. If this episode doesn't inspire you to start taking action, get hustling, and stop being a spectator, nothing will!Key Points From This Episode:How Charles began investing in multifamily units.Why he ended up studying at law school.When he decided it was time to start investing in property (and how he did it!).The lessons Charles learned with his first investments.Why and how you can take action.‘Go big or go home' is not for everyone.How to think about the market right now.The difference between being an investor and a spectator.The impact of the 2008 financial crisis.Why you need to understand sales and marketing.Noticeable attributes or characteristics of successful investors.Advice for a person who is a GP (General Partner) with only one or two deals.Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Charles Dobens on TwitterCharles Dobens on LinkedInMultiFamily OSOfferedVertical Street VenturesPassive Income Through Multifamily Real Estate Facebook GroupPeter Pomeroy on LinkedInPeter Pomeroy Email

Nothing Ventured Nothing Gamed
SpellJammer Academy - Aggressive Negotiation!

Nothing Ventured Nothing Gamed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 114:10


Welcome to Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gamed, where we are starting a short term campaign of 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons, using the new Spelljammer rules! As Jared needs a small break from our Wrath of the Righteous game while adding a new addition to the NVNG Family, Fabio is taking the reigns of the GM chair to run SPELLJAMMER!   Once the party established that Zandril will stay behind to operate the Spelljammer, and keep a watchful eye on Miken, the rest of the party embark to search for the adamantine shard to complete the mission set forth by Boatswain Tarto.  Upon discovering the adamantine meteorite is under "guard" by three different groups, whom all be in a discuission of who is the rightful owner of the shard.  A group of  Spectators, or smaller beholder type monsters, one group lead by Greenlob, the other by Spectator Orlob.  These creatures communicate with the party to mediate the dispute, bit among them all, there is an Ogre, whom seems to be disinterested in the conversation, only affirms that the shard is his!  How are the hero's going to handle this, while getting the shard, and getting out alive?   Until our next episode of SPELLJAMMER!   Join us as we play our characters who are learning about SpellJamming: Fabio is taking over as the Space Captain Dungeon Master Extraordinaire! Zach is playing Lt. Rho'daan 'Dan' Reis, a Dragonborn Paladin! Jeff is playing Ichadax, a human Samurai Fighter! Tina is playing Tess'ora Mexus, a Teifling Rogue! Steve is playing Zandril, the Half-Elf Storm Sorcerer! Jared is playing Burlleigh Borrson, the Dwarf Barbarian!   Thanks to our sponsor Die Hard Dice you can use our discount code of SpicyNVNG, is good for 10% off your purchase!!! Also, Die Hard Dice has collaberated with us to come out with our own set of limited edition dice, the SPICE DICE!  Check them out at the link below! https://www.dieharddice.com/products/spice-dice-nvng-x-die-hard-dice   You can also ask us questions for our cast to answer on our podcast by contacting us through our socials below or emailing us directly at nvngpodcast@gmail.com Check out our new website, and our Socials below: https://www.nvngpodcast.com/ Facebook YouTube Twitter Instagram Twitch   You can also find us on Spotify, iTunes, Apple Podcasts, and Google Play. Music provided by StreamBeats by Harris Heller/Senpai Records.

Holy Smoke
What are Church of England services really like?

Holy Smoke

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 33:08


Last week, out of a mixture of curiosity and boredom, I ended up watching an online Church of England Eucharist from a parish church in Hereford. The text of the liturgy was almost identical to that of the Catholic Mass I had attended the night before. We'd even sung the same hymn, and the celebrant's vestments were indistinguishable from those of a Roman Catholic priest. But the person wearing them was a woman, and it reminded me that since that particular battle ended nearly 30 years ago I had been present at only one C of E Sunday Eucharist. So in this episode of Holy Smoke I ask William Moore, The Spectator's features editor, what it's like to attend Anglican services outside London, as he does weekly with his young family in Sussex. I think you'll enjoy what he has to say. 

Spectator Radio
Spectator Out Loud: James Heale, Lionel Shriver and Tangil Rashid

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 22:40


This week: James Heale reads his interview with former Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs George Eustice (00:50), Lionel Shriver asks what's the price of fairness (05:38), and Tangil Rashid reflects on the BBC at 100 (14:01). Produced and presented by Oscar Edmondson.  

Spectator Mode Podcast - A Gaming Podcast For Gamers
Spectator Mode Podcast - Episode #123

Spectator Mode Podcast - A Gaming Podcast For Gamers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 57:16


On this episode of The Spectator Mode Podcast, the crew discusses the performance issues with Pokemon Scarlet & Violet, the passing of Jason David Frank, and Kyle's hands-on with the newest battle royale, Skyscraper, during DreamHack 2022. We also decided to pick our own nominees for the upcoming The Game Awards, which takes place on December 8th, 2022.#videogames #thegameawards  00:00 - Intro00:59 - Jason David Frank found dead02:06 - Pokemon Scarlet & Violet performance issues07:17 -  Kyle's hands-on experience with Battle Royale Skyscraper during Dreamhack 11:24 - The Outerhaven's The Game Award categories and nominees.45:35 - The Game Awards needs more jury varietyWe also love questions or topics that you'd like for us to cover on upcoming shows. Email us or drop a note in the comments!Considering rating us on iTunes and Podcast Addict, that way we can continue to reach out to new listeners and make this the best gaming podcast it can be! The more reviews we get, the more people will listen to the show. It's a win/win for everyone! You can find us on Amazon Music,  iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, and Google Play. You can also subscribe through our RSS feed.Follow us on Twitter @theouterhaven and/or email us @ specmode@theouterhaven.net.Story Linkshttps://www.cnn.com/2022/11/20/entertainment/jason-david-frank-power-ranger-death-trnd/index.htmlhttps://www.theouterhaven.net/2022/11/the-game-awards-reveal-their-nominees-for-game-of-the-year/https://www.polygon.com/pokemon/23462310/pokemon-scarlet-violet-performance-issues-technical-frame-rate

Spiritual Development with ET

Pastor Tyus discusses different type of environments that will determine your values, mindset, an ability to walk with God. “Remove yourself from environments that either hurt or tear you down.” 4:26 - “When you protect your space, you protect your purpose.” 6:05 - Genesis 12:1-2 ESV. Go to where God is calling you. 10:49 - Genesis 12:3-4. God will fight battles on your behalf! He has a safe land prepared for you. Stumbling Blocks? ⁃ Matthew 16:23 NIV Faith Drainers? ⁃ Mark 5:37-38 ⁃ Be intentional about whose around while your on the journey with God. ⁃ Avoid people who will sabotage your growth or not be willing to go through what's needed for vital revelations. ⁃ Mark 5:41-42. Things will immediately happen when you act upon God's instructions. Spectators ? ⁃ Matthew 14:22-31 ⁃ Don't become satisfied with solely observing God's word. Immerse yourself in the word to fully experience his promises for you! Haters? ⁃ Mark 8:11-12 ⁃ “Keep your focus on pleasing the creator versus the created.” Takeaways “No one can control your thoughts nor the way you think.” “Stop trying to change negative people, change your space!” Don't let lack of faith pollute your production. Find routines that help keep your faith elevated. Don't allow people to corrupt your space. The gift God has blessed you with will suffer People who devalue & drain your faith, will keep you from the promises of God. Questions 1. Are you acting on faith? 2. Are there people you need to remove or get away from to walk righteously with God?

The Poetry Exchange
75. Acquainted with the Night by Robert Frost - A Friend to Glyn Maxwell

The Poetry Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 28:08


In our latest episode, acclaimed poet, playwright and librettist Glyn Maxwell talks about the poem that has been a friend to him: 'Acquainted with the Night' by Robert Frost. Glyn is in conversation with Fiona Bennett and Michael Shaeffer. Glyn Maxwell's volumes of poetry include The Breakage, Hide Now, Pluto, and How The Hell Are You, all of which were shortlisted for either the Forward or T. S. Eliot Prizes, and The Nerve, which won the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize. On Poetry, a guidebook for the general reader, was published by Oberon in 2012. The Spectator called it ‘a modern classic' and The Guardian's Adam Newey described it as ‘the best book about poetry I've ever read.' Drinks With Dead Poets, which is both an expansion of On Poetry and a novel in itself, was published by Oberon in September 2016. Many of Maxwell's plays have been staged in London and New York, including Liberty at Shakespeare's Globe, and at the Almeida, Arcola, RADA and Southwark Playhouse. ********* Acquainted with the Night By Robert Frost I have been one acquainted with the night. I have walked out in rain—and back in rain. I have outwalked the furthest city light. I have looked down the saddest city lane. I have passed by the watchman on his beat And dropped my eyes, unwilling to explain. I have stood still and stopped the sound of feet When far away an interrupted cry Came over houses from another street, But not to call me back or say good-bye; And further still at an unearthly height, One luminary clock against the sky Proclaimed the time was neither wrong nor right. I have been one acquainted with the night. Robert Frost, "Acquainted with the Night" from The Poetry of Robert Frost, edited by Edward Connery Lathem. Copyright © 1964, 1970 by Leslie Frost Ballantine. Copyright 1936, 1942 © 1956 by Robert Frost. Copyright 1923, 1928, © 1969 by Henry Holt and Co.

Sustaining Sport
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Sustaining Sport

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 1:39


Sport is one of the great joys of the human condition for athletes and spectators alike. It can bring happiness, livelihood, physical health, and mental well-being, and provides an education in teamwork, discipline, maturity, and humility. But for this to continue, sports around the world must acknowledge challenges both current and future and both internal and external. Then, steps must be taken to overcome what faces them or risk losing what so many people hold so dear. But what are the challenges and what steps can be taken?Here we seek to address exactly that! Regular themes include sexism, climate change, racism, sponsorship ethics, mental health, social justice, the list goes on and on! We will also discuss potential remedies and look at how we as individuals can make a difference. It begins with a conversation. It may lead to raising awareness and mobilising people to question norms and behaviours. And hopefully, it will end with meaningful change.Please remember the views expressed in this podcast may no longer be current when you hear them. My views are my own. As are my guests, who, while valued here for their insights, do not necessarily always reflect the values of this Sustaining Sport and do not speak on behalf of the show.Please feel free to reach out to the show onWeb: sustainingsport.comInstagram: @sustainingsportLinkedin: /sustaining-sportFacebook: @sustainingsportTwitter: @SustainSportPodDonate to our Patreonor contact us at: benmole@sustainingsport.com

Spectator Radio
The Edition: the red line

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 37:39


On this week's podcast: Could China be the key to peace in Ukraine? In his cover piece for the magazine this week Owen Matthews reveals the covert but decisive role China is playing in the Ukraine war. He is joined by The Spectator's Cindy Yu, to discuss what Xi's motivations are (00:53).  Also this week:  Harriet Sergeant writes that the Iran is at war with its own children as it cracks down on young protesters. She is joined by Ali Ansari, founding director if the Institute for Iranian Studies, to consider the fragility of the Iranian regime (14:32).  And finally:  Julie Bindel says in the magazine this week that after recent controversy the Society of Authors is no longer fit for purpose. She is joined by historian, author, and former chair of the society Tom Holland, to debate whether it's time to replace the institution (23:56).  Hosted by William Moore.  Produced by Oscar Edmondson.

The Edition
The red line: Biden and Xi's secret Ukraine talks

The Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 37:39


On this week's podcast: Could China be the key to peace in Ukraine? In his cover piece for the magazine this week Owen Matthews reveals the covert but decisive role China is playing in the Ukraine war. He is joined by The Spectator's Cindy Yu, to discuss what Xi's motivations are (00:53).  Also this week:  Harriet Sergeant writes that the Iran is at war with its own children as it cracks down on young protesters. She is joined by Ali Ansari, founding director if the Institute for Iranian Studies, to consider the fragility of the Iranian regime (14:32).  And finally:  Julie Bindel says in the magazine this week that after recent controversy the Society of Authors is no longer fit for purpose. She is joined by historian, author, and former chair of the society Tom Holland, to debate whether it's time to replace the institution (23:56).  Hosted by William Moore.  Produced by Oscar Edmondson. 

Cape Cod Church Podcast
Freedom from Human Trafficking | Mary Speta | Cape Cod Church

Cape Cod Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 27:55


As we continue the series “Be Full,” we welcome another guest speaker from one of our partner organizations—Amirah Foundation. Executive Director Mary Speta shares with us the work of Amirah Inc. and how it's very fitting to celebrate the generosity of God through the church.   This is the Season of Generosity! We're celebrating what God has enabled us to be a part of the past year — both around the world and across the street. And we're looking forward to seeing what He will do next year as well.   This weekend we turn our focus to our local community — to our neighbors and partners here on Cape Cod and across New England, and to all the ways God has called us to help them discover a fuller life, both physically and spiritually.   First time listening to our podcast? We'd like to get to know you!    Head over to: http://bit.ly/connectcardccc.   Connect with us!   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/capecodchurch Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/capecodchurch/  Website: http://capecodchurch.com Connect Card: https://bit.ly/connectcardccc

Ascension Podcast
CONTROLLING YOUR VARIABLES: HOW TO STAY FOCUSED DURING ADVERSITY

Ascension Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 61:05


SPORTS CAN CREATE STRESS FOR ALL THAT ARE INVOLVED: REFS, SPECTATORS, COACHES. PLAYERS TRAINERS ETC. BUT HOW MUCH OF THAT STRESS IS SELF INFLICTED? IN TODAY'S EPISODE I WILL TALKE ABOUT FINDING THE POSTIVES DURING TIMES OF ADVERSITY. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Great Books
Episode 253: The Essays of Addison and Steele

The Great Books

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 32:06


John J. Miller is joined by Loraine Murphy to discuss the essays of Joseph Addison and Richard Steele.

Spectator Radio
Spectator Out Loud: Paul Wood, Mary Wakefield and Melissa Kite

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 22:26


This week: Paul Wood writes about meeting Syria's underground drug lords (0:30) Mary Wakefield warns us of the perils of psychoactive drug therapy (10:30) and Melissa Kite defends her friend who has been excluded from AA (17:13).

NEVER AGAIN IS NOW Podcast
U.K. -- Winston Marshall -- Antisemitism in music industry -- Ep. #66

NEVER AGAIN IS NOW Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 42:53


Winston Marshall is a British musician, songwriter, and podcaster. He was the former banjoist and lead guitarist of the British folk rock band Mumford & Sons. With Mumford & Sons he has won multiple awards, including a Grammy. He has been credited as the father of the nu-folk scene in Britain. He left the band after he started to openly express his opinion about current affairs in society. In his podcast Marshall Matters -- for the renowned British political magazine The Spectator -- he explores "the taboo and totemic issues within the creative industries in a series of interviews with artists, musicians, actors, comedians, and more." See https://www.spectator.co.uk/podcasts/marshall-matters/

The Edition
The squeeze: how long will the pain last?

The Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 39:36


This week: How long will the pain last? The Spectator's economics editor Kate Andrews asks this in her cover piece this week, reflecting on Rishi Sunak and Jeremy Hunt's autumn statement. She joins the podcast with Professor David Miles, economy expert at the Office for Budget Responsibility, to discuss the new age of austerity (00:58). Also on the podcast: After Donald Trump announced that he will be running for office in 2024, Freddy Gray writes in the magazine about the never ending Trump campaign. He speaks to Joe Walsh, 2020 Republican presidential candidate, about whether Trump could win the nomination (18:42). And finally: In the arts lead in The Spectator Mathew Lyons celebrates the bleak brilliance of the Peanuts comic strip. He is joined by Christian Adams, political cartoonist at the Evening Standard and long-time fan of the strip (29:02).  Hosted by William Moore.  Produced by Oscar Edmondson. 

Spectator Radio
The Edition: the squeeze

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 39:36


This week: How long will the pain last? The Spectator's economics editor Kate Andrews asks this in her cover piece this week, reflecting on Rishi Sunak and Jeremy Hunt's autumn statement. She joins the podcast with Professor David Miles, economy expert at the Office for Budget Responsibility, to discuss the new age of austerity (00:58). Also on the podcast: After Donald Trump announced that he will be running for office in 2024, Freddy Gray writes in the magazine about the never ending Trump campaign. He speaks to Joe Walsh, 2020 Republican presidential candidate, about whether Trump could win the nomination (18:42). And finally: In the arts lead in The Spectator Mathew Lyons celebrates the bleak brilliance of the Peanuts comic strip. He is joined by Christian Adams, political cartoonist at the Evening Standard and long-time fan of the strip (29:02).  Hosted by William Moore.  Produced by Oscar Edmondson. 

Moment of Truth
Once and Future American Greatness (feat. Chris Buskirk)

Moment of Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 89:00


In Today's episode of "Moment of Truth," Saurabh sits down with Chris Buskirk, Editor and Publisher of American Greatness and co-author of “American Greatness: How Conservatism, Inc. Missed the 2016 Election,” to discuss the rise of Donald Trump, the Trump administration's hiring and firing difficulties in the swamp, what the future of the right looks like, Christian nationalism, and how to restore American Greatness. Chris Buskirk is editor and publisher of American Greatness. He is a contributing opinion writer for The New York Times and has written for The Washington Post, The Spectator, USA Today, The Hill, The New Criterion, and other publications. Buskirk frequently contributes to “PBS Newshour,” NPR, Fox News, and “Hardball with Chris Matthews” and regularly appears on CNN. He is the author of the book, Trump vs. the Leviathan and co-author of American Greatness: How Conservatism, Inc. Missed the 2016 Election and What the D.C. Establishment Needs to Learn. Buskirk is a serial entrepreneur who has built and sold businesses in financial services and digital marketing.Learn more about Chris Buskirk's work:https://amgreatness.com/https://twitter.com/thechrisbuskirkBuy the book "American Greatness: How Conservatism, Inc. Missed the 2016 Election"https://www.conservativebookclub.com/book/american-greatness––––––Follow American Moment across Social Media:Twitter – https://twitter.com/AmMomentOrgFacebook – https://www.facebook.com/AmMomentOrgInstagram – https://www.instagram.com/ammomentorg/YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4qmB5DeiFxt53ZPZiW4TcgRumble – https://rumble.com/c/c-695775Check out AmCanon:https://www.americanmoment.org/amcanon/Follow Us on Twitter:Saurabh Sharma – https://twitter.com/ssharmaUSNick Solheim – https://twitter.com/NickSSolheimAmerican Moment's "Moment of Truth" Podcast is recorded at the Conservative Partnership Center in Washington DC, produced by American Moment Studios, and edited by Jake Mercier and Jared Cummings.Subscribe to our Podcast, "Moment of Truth"Apple Podcasts – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/moment-of-truth/id1555257529Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/show/5ATl0x7nKDX0vVoGrGNhAj Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Woman's Hour
BBC 100 - Kim Moore poem with women's voices, Auntie Beeb with Mel Giedroyc, former MP Anne Milton on Gavin Williamson

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 57:56


Today it is 100 years since the BBC began broadcasting on radio. To celebrate that centenary, we have commissioned a poem by Kim Moore and created a soundscape to show how much women's lives, and the noises that surround them, have changed - using BBC archive from the 1920s right through to the present day. We also ask why did the BBC get its nickname ‘Auntie'? And what kind of aunt would she be? To mark 100 years since the BBC started daily radio broadcasts, Emma Barnett is joined by television presenter and comedian Mel Giedroyc and historian of the BBC Professor Jean Seaton. Sir Gavin Williamson resigned from the cabinet last week following allegations of bullying; the Labour MP Charlotte Nichols has claimed there is a "whisper list" of 40 politicians to never accept a drink from or be alone with; and claims have emerged over the weekend that civil servants at the Ministry of Justice were offered “respite or a route out” when Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab was reappointed last month. Emma asks Anne Milton, the former deputy chief whip who has accused Gavin Williamson of subjecting MPs to “unethical and immoral behaviour" - whether we can infer a 'blokeish' culture in politics. We also hear from Isabel Hardman, Assistant Editor at the Spectator. Anna Sorokin was born to an ordinary family in Moscow, before moving to Germany as a teenager. But upon arriving in New York, she transformed herself into Anna Delvey, a German multimillionaire heiress with a trust fund in Europe. She used this persona to lead a lavish lifestyle and conned friends, big banks and hotels into thinking that her fortune could cover the luxury she desired. But it was all a con. She was found guilty in 2019 of theft of services and grand larceny, having scammed more than $200,000 (£145,000) and spent almost four years in jail. In her first radio interview since being released, Anna Delvey joins Emma.

America's Talking
Dr. Samuel Gregg: The Next American Economy

America's Talking

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 29:09


Dr. Samuel Gregg is Distinguished Fellow in Political Economy and Senior Research Faculty at the American Institute for Economic Research, and a research fellow at the Acton Institute. He has a D.Phil. in moral philosophy and political economy from Oxford University, and an M.A. in political philosophy from the University of Melbourne. The author of sixteen books and more than four hundred articles, he has written for publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Investor's Business Daily, the Spectator, Foreign Affairs, National Review, American Banker, and Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy. His brand new book, The Next American Economy: Nation, State, and Markets in an Uncertain World, was released earlier this month. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/americas-talking/support

The Create Your Own Life Show
Raheem Kassam | The GOP Isn't A Better Option, What the 2022 Midterms Mean

The Create Your Own Life Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 41:20


Raheem Kassam is publisher of The National Pulse. Born into a Muslim family in West London in the United Kingdom, Kassam wrote the bestselling book “No Go Zones: How Sharia Law is Coming to a Neighborhood Near You” in 2017. Kassam regularly speaks on topics such as mass migration and radical Islam. He published the book “Enoch Was Right: Rivers of Blood 50 Years On” in 2018 as part of the 50th anniversary coverage of British Member of Parliament Enoch Powell's infamous “Rivers of Blood” speech in 1968. Kassam has served as a communications professional at organizations like the Henry Jackson Society in London, as well as serving as senior advisor to Brexit leader Nigel Farage. Kassam has been the Editor-in-Chief of the Breitbart News Network's London bureau, and of Ronald Reagan's favorite magazine, 'Human Events'. Kassam has also been a senior distinguished fellow at the Gatestone Institute, a writing fellow at the Middle East Forum, and is currently a Lincoln Fellow at the Claremont Institute. His work has been published by an array of outlets including the Wall Street Journal, The Spectator, the Daily Caller, and more. Kassam has appeared as a guest on popular television networks including Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, the BBC, i24, and more. Find out more about Emmanuel at: Website: https://raheemkassam.com/ Fund Real News: https://fundrealnews.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/raheemkassam Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/raheemkassam/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RaheemKassam YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/raheemkassam Check out our YouTube Channel: Jeremyryanslatebiz See the Show Notes: www.jeremyryanslate.com/1038 Unremarkable to Extraordinary: Ignite Your Passion to Go From Passive Observer to Creator of Your Own Life: https://getextraordinarybook.com/

Spectator Radio
Spectator Out Loud: Isabel Hardman, Matthew Parris, Graeme Thomson and Caroline Moore

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 21:19


This week: Isabel Hardman asks how Ed Miliband is the power behind Kier Starmer's Labour (00:57), Matthew Parris says we've lost interest in our dependencies (05:03), Graeme Thomson mourns the loss of the B-side (11:57), and Caroline Moore reads her Notes on... war memorials (16:51).  Produced and presented by Oscar Edmondson.

King of Stuff
Stephen L. Miller

King of Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 51:20


Whither the Red Wave? I bring on former co-host and current friend Stephen L. Miller (aka, @RedSteeze) to talk about the midterm elections and we look toward 2024. What's up with the brewing Trump vs. DeSantis battle, why does it take so long for Arizona to count votes, and what can the GOP do with slim majorities in Congress? Stephen has a Patreon, hosts a popular show on CallIn, and writes for The Spectator and the Washington Examiner. Subscribe to the King of Stuff Spotify playlist featuring picks from the show. This week, Jon recommends indie anthem, “The Official Ironmen Rally Song” by Guided by Voices. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Spectator Radio
Americano: could Georgia decide the midterms?

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 29:45


This week Freddy is joined by Matt McDonald, US managing editor of The Spectator, who is covering the midterms from Georgia. What will the result of the run-off be there and could this decide who takes control of the Senate? 

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Americano: Could Georgia decide the midterms?

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022


This week Freddy is joined by Matt McDonald, US managing editor of The Spectator, who is covering the midterms from Georgia. What will the result of the run-off be there and could this decide who takes control of the Senate?

Americano
Could Georgia decide the midterms?

Americano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 29:45


This week Freddy is joined by Matt McDonald, US managing editor of The Spectator, who is covering the midterms from Georgia. What will the result of the run-off be there and could this decide who takes control of the Senate? 

The Ross Kaminsky Show
11-10-22 *INTERVIEW* VS Media Pod & The Spectator's Stephen L. Miller Talks Trump, Future of GOP

The Ross Kaminsky Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 18:05


Spectator Radio
The Edition: Midterm madness

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 37:09


On the podcast: In his cover piece for the magazine, The Spectator's deputy editor Freddy Gray says the only clear winner from the US midterms is paranoia. He is joined by The Spectator's economics editor Kate Andrews to discuss whether the American political system is broken (00:52). Also this week: Isabel Hardman writes that Ed Miliband is the power behind Kier Starmer's Labour. She is joined by former Labour advisor Lord Stewart Wood of Anfield, to consider whether Starmer is wise to lend his ear to the former Leader of the Opposition (12:48). And finally: King Charles III is known for his love of classical music, and Damian Thompson writes in this week's arts lead that he is the most musical monarch since Queen Victoria. He is joined by editor of Gramophone magazine Martin Cullingford, to examine the great royal tradition of musicality (25:32).  Presented by William Moore.  Produced by Oscar Edmondson.

The Edition
Midterm madness

The Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 37:09


On the podcast: In his cover piece for the magazine, The Spectator's deputy editor Freddy Gray says the only clear winner from the US midterms is paranoia. He is joined by The Spectator's economics editor Kate Andrews to discuss whether the American political system is broken (00:52). Also this week: Isabel Hardman writes that Ed Miliband is the power behind Kier Starmer's Labour. She is joined by former Labour advisor Lord Stewart Wood of Anfield, to consider whether Starmer is wise to lend his ear to the former Leader of the Opposition (12:48). And finally: King Charles III is known for his love of classical music, and Damian Thompson writes in this week's arts lead that he is the most musical monarch since Queen Victoria. He is joined by editor of Gramophone magazine Martin Cullingford, to examine the great royal tradition of musicality (25:32).  Presented by William Moore.  Produced by Oscar Edmondson.

Fantastic Forum
Star Wars Tales Of The Jedi and Spectators

Fantastic Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 140:06


Tonight we review Star Wars Tales Of The Jedi and discuss Spectators, the latest comic from Brian K. Vaughan and Niko Henrichon! Join us LIVE at 6:30 pm PT and call in at www.FantasticForum.live https://www.youtube.com/user/fantasticforum

Today with Claire Byrne
British Cabinet Office minister Gavin Williamson has resigned over bullying allegations

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 11:14


Cross Question with Iain Dale
Chris Bryant, Bonnie Greer, Bob Seely & Kate Andrews

Cross Question with Iain Dale

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 48:40


Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question this evening are Labour MP Chris Bryant, playwright Bonnie Greer, Conservative MP Bob Seely and Kate Andrews, Economics Editor at The Spectator.

Iain Dale - The Whole Show
Gillian Keegan on the state of the UK's education system, Cross Question & is it unethical for nurses to go on strike?

Iain Dale - The Whole Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 134:43


Gillian Keegan on the state of the UK's education system, Cross Question & is it unethical for nurses to go on strike? Joining Iain Dale on Cross Question this evening are Labour MP Chris Bryant, playwright Bonnie Greer, Conservative MP Bob Seely and Kate Andrews, Economics Editor at The Spectator.

Bret Baier's All-Star Panel
What To Expect On Election Night & Beyond

Bret Baier's All-Star Panel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 27:19


On this episode, Bret sits down with FOX News Senior Political Analyst, Brit Hume, Editor of The Spectator at-large and host of The Ben Domenech Podcast, Ben Domenech, NPR National Political Correspondent, Mara Liasson, and Co-Founder and President of RealClearPolitics Tom Bevan to give a final preview to what to expect in tonight's midterm elections as well as what could unfold in the 2024 presidential primary. Follow Bret on Twitter: @BretBaier Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Spectator Mode Podcast - A Gaming Podcast For Gamers

This week on Spectator Mode Podcast, we discuss PlayStation's PSVR 2 price and release date, Elon Musk becoming the overlord of Twitter, Sonic Frontiers street date being broken, Final Fantasy XVI's issue with persons of color, and its Christmas time.[buzzsprout episode='11657887' player='true']0:00 - Intro0:35 - Scott's final games of 2022 - Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, Sonic Frontiers, Pokemon Scarlet and Violet3:23 - 13 Sentinels and other Vanillaware games4:52 - PSVR 2 price and release date revealed. But is it worth it?12:07 - Elon Musk owns Twitter, should we panic yet?18:46 - Aaron Carter passes away19:50 - Sonic Frontiers street date broken, Sega isn't too thrilled21:36 - Final Fantasy XVI won't feature persons of color because of dumb reasons.32:46 - Get your Christmas decorations ready We also love questions or topics that you'd like for us to cover on upcoming shows. Email us or drop a note in the comments!Considering rating us on iTunes and Podcast Addict, that way we can continue to reach out to new listeners and make this the best gaming podcast it can be! The more reviews we get, the more people will listen to the show. It's a win/win for everyone! You can find us on Amazon Music,  iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, and Google Play. You can also subscribe through our RSS feed.Follow us on Twitter @Specmodepodcast, and @theouterhaven. Email us @ specmode@theouterhaven.netStory LinksPSVR2 Release Date and Pricehttps://www.theouterhaven.net/2022/11/sonys-psvr-2-gets-a-price-and-a-release-date/Elon Musk owns Twitterhttps://www.cnn.com/2022/10/28/tech/elon-musk-twitter-changes/index.htmlSinger Aaron Carter passes away at age 34https://www.msn.com/en-in/entertainment/bollywood/singer-rapper-aaron-carter-passes-away-at-34/ar-AA13MZYNSonic Frontiers street date brokenhttps://www.theouterhaven.net/2022/11/sonic-frontiers-street-date-broken-ahead-of-next-weeks-release-date/Final Fantasy 16's Developers Open Up About Game of Thrones Comparisons, Sidequests, and Representationhttps://me.ign.com/en/ps5/202997/news/exclusive-final-fantasy-16s-developers-open-up-about-game-of-thrones-comparisons-sidequests-and-repr

Reading Jane Austen
S03E11 Mansfield Park: Episode 11, Chapters 46-48

Reading Jane Austen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 59:50


In this episode, we finish up reading Mansfield Park, with Chapters 46 to 48. We talk about contrasts within the book, the attitude to Maria and Henry, Edmund and Fanny's views of Mary, Sir Thomas's reflections in the final chapter, the wrapping up of the other characters and how we are told about Edmund falling in love with Fanny.We discuss Fanny Price, then Ellen talks about principle and education, and Harriet looks at how adaptations and modernisations treat these chapters. Things we mention: General and character discussion:Margaret Drabble,  “Introduction”,  Mansfield Park (1996 – Signet Classics edition)Anthony Powell, Casanova's Chinese Restaurant [volume 5 of A Dance to the Music of Time] (1960)William Shakespeare, Henry IV Parts 1 and 2Sheila Kaye-Smith and G.B. Stern, Talking of Jane Austen (1943) and More Talk of Jane Austen (1950)Tony Tanner, various works including “Introduction”, Mansfield Park (1966 – Penguin Books edition)Marvin Mudrick, Jane Austen; irony as defense and discovery (1952)Mary Brunton, Self-Control (1810)Linda V Troost and Sayre N Greenfield, “A History of the Fanny Wars”, Persuasions 36 (1), 2014, pp. 15–33.D W Harding, ‘Regulated Hatred: An aspect of the work of Jane Austen', Scrutiny, 8 (4), 1940, pp. 346–362.C S Lewis, ‘A Note on Jane Austen', Essays in Criticism, IV (4), October 1954, pp. 359–371.Lionel Trilling, “Mansfield Park“, Partisan Review 21 (September-October 1954): 492-511. Also published in Encounter, September 1954: 9-19.Kingsley Amis, “What Became of Jane Austen?”, The Spectator, 4 October 1957 – republished in What Became of Jane Austen? And Other Questions (1970)Historical discussion:Maria Edgeworth, Moral Tales: Angelina; Or L'amie Inconnue. the Good French Governess. Mademoiselle Panache. the Knapsack (1801)Popular culture discussion:Adaptations:BBC, Mansfield Park (1983) – starring Sylvestra Le Touzel and Nicholas Farrell (6 episodes)Miramax, Mansfield Park (1999) – starring Frances O'Connor and Jonny Lee MillerITV, Mansfield Park (2007) – starring Billie Piper and Blake RitsonModernisations:YouTube, Foot in the Door Theatre, From Mansfield With Love (2014-2015)D.E. Stevenson, Celia's House (1943)For a list of music used, see this episode on our website.    

The Non-Prophets
The Non-Prophets 21.45 11-06-2022 with Kelley Laughlin, Blatant Blatheist, Phoebe Rose, and Scott Dickie

The Non-Prophets

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 74:45


The Non-Prophets, Episode 21.45 airing Sunday, 11-6-2022 featuring Kelley Laughlin, Blatant Blatheist , Scott Dickie and Phoebe RoseBlathering Blatherskite! Behold Blatant Blatheists broadcasts bodaciously! Who writes these things?! Watch them all on this Sunday's Non-Prophets now premiering an hour later! Because of Daylight Savings ending. Still 3:00 PM Central. Let's get into the segments!Whew this is an article packed episode. Don't even have enough room for the "amazing write up!" That's ok you can find the full write up at tiny.cc/fbnp. So short descriptions will have to do it for YouTube. Hey YouTube! Can I have 6000 or 7000 characters please?!First we talk about how it is so hard to get elected as an atheist. On that same line we explore how secular ideas are gaining ground in the political space. Maybe our second segment will destroy the first! Next, Former Vice President Mike Pence is striking a chord with Christian Nationalists by saying we do not have freedom FROM religion. FFRF might have something to say about that. Lastly, UK has a new Prime Minister and he's Hindu. Wonder how that is going to work for a theocracy where the people are mostly secular?That will do it for this week's Non-Prophets. Remember if you are in the United States that we have a very important midterm election. While we cannot tell you who to vote for, it is important to vote. You might think your voice doesn't count, but I promise you it won't count if you don't speak in the only language politicians know! VOTE!Segment 1: In Atheist They Don't TrustThe midterms will see a number of nonreligious candidates – but why is it so hard for atheists to get voted into Congress?The Conversation, By Phil Zuckerberg, October 24, 2022 https://bit.ly/3h6Hk2JSegment 2: Seculars Gaining Political GroundAmericans who aren't sure about God are a fast-growing force in politics – and they're typically even more politically active than white evangelicalsThe Conversation, By Ryan Burge, October 27, 2022 https://bit.ly/3Td2TMlSegment 3: Mike Pence: No “freedom from religion”Mike Pence says Americans don't have a right to freedom from religionThe Salon, By Brandon Cage, October 27, 2022 https://bit.ly/3T6N3D9Mike Pence says the Constitution doesn't guarantee Americans “freedom from religion”LGBTQ Nation, By By Alex Bollinger, October 27, 2022 https://bit.ly/3NEt5ygSegment 4: New UK Prime Minister is HinduRishi Sunak's religious identity under radar as Christian UK gets first Hindu prime ministermint, By Sounak Mukhopadhyay, 25 Oct 2022https://bit.ly/3DEd9YnHow will Rishi Sunak's Hinduism inform his premiership?The Spectator, By Samir Shah, 29 October 2022 https://bit.ly/3zGH8hhBritain's new PM is almost a billionaire — with a net worth twice that of King CharlesCNBC, By Karen Gilchrist, OCT 28 2022 https://cnb.cx/3E3Bt7uDon't like ads? Consider becoming a patron for commercial-free episodes: http://tiny.cc/patreonnp We welcome your comments on the thread for this show. ► http://tiny.cc/fbnp► Contact us with questions or news stories at: nonprophets@atheist-community.org

Westminster Institute talks
Clyde Prestowitz: The World Turned Upside Down

Westminster Institute talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 53:00


https://westminster-institute.org/events/the-world-turned-upside-down/ Clyde Prestowitz is a leading analyst and commentator on foreign affairs, globalization, the Asia-Pacific region, Europe, Mexico, technology, and international economics. He has spent many years living and working abroad as a sales, marketing, and corporate planning manager for companies like Scott Paper and American Can Company in Switzerland, The Netherlands, Belgium, Japan, Mexico, Brazil, Venezuela, Hong Kong. He was a White House adviser in the Obama administration and served as Vice Chairman of President Clinton's Commission on Trade and Investment in the Asia-Pacific region. He was also a director of the Export Import Bank of the United States under Clinton and served at the same time as the President of the Pacific Basin Economic Council. Earlier, during the Reagan Administration he served as Counselor to the Secretary of Commerce with a special focus on Japan with which he was the lead U.S. negotiator. He was a leader of the first U.S. Trade Mission to China in 1982 and helped to arrive at agreements that enabled U.S. companies to establish operations in China. Clyde Prestowitz writes frequently for the New York Times, Washington Post, Boston Globe, Wall Street Journal, L.A. Times, The Washington Monthly, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, The American Prospect, The Spectator, and other leading journals and newspapers. Aside from writing, he has served as a member of the Policy Advisory Board of Intel under Andy Grove, as an advisor to FedEx Chairman Fred Smith, as an advisor to former AIG Chairman Hang Greenberg, member of the Board of Lanxide Corporation, and advisor to Form Factor Inc. His major books are: Trading Places: How We Are Giving Our Future to Japan (1988), Rogue Nation (2003), Five Billion New Capitalists: How Wealth and Power are Flowing to the East (2005), The Betrayal of American Prosperity (2010) and Japan Restored (2016). His new book is The World Turned Upside Down: America, China, and the Struggle for Global Leadership.

Spectator Radio
Spectator Out Loud: Mark Galeotti, Katja Hoyer and Tanya Gold

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 18:33


This week: Mark Galeotti tells us why Ukraine has become a weapons testing ground (00:53), Katja Hoyer discusses Germany's extreme monarchists (09:12), and Tanya Gold reads her Notes on … espressos (15:24).  Produced and presented by Oscar Edmondson. 

LIVE with Doug Goodin
Why We Don't Find "Worship Leader" or "Worship Style" in the NT

LIVE with Doug Goodin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 29:17


Content Worship is not synonymous with music or style Spectators/attenders at "worship services" Everyone contributed in the early church gatherings crosstocrown.org newcovenantschooloftheology.org @DougGoodin @CrossToCrown

Mornings on the Mall
11.3.22 - Hour 3: Midterms approaching, DHS spying

Mornings on the Mall

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 35:26


In the third hour of The Vince Coglianese Show, Vince speaks with Ben Domenech, Editor at Large at The Spectator, Author of The Transom, and Fox News Contributor.  Vince speaks with Chad Wolf, Former Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm.   To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Spectator Radio
The Edition: At sea

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 35:56


On this week's podcast: Can Rishi Sunak steady the ship? Patrick O'Flynn argues in his cover piece for The Spectator that the asylum system is broken. He is joined by Sunder Katwala, director of the think tank British Future, to consider what potential solutions are open to the Prime Minister to solve the small boats crisis (00:52). Also this week: Should we give Elon Musk a break? In the aftermath of his sensational purchase of Twitter, Mary Wakefield writes in defence of the tech billionaire. She is joined by James Ball, global editor of The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, to ask what his plans are for the social media platform (14:27). And finally: Ysenda Maxtone Graham writes in the magazine this week about the joy of hating the Qatar World Cup. She is joined by Spectator columnist Rod Liddle to lament why we may have to get used to tournaments like this one. (24:47).  Hosted by William Moore.  Produced by Oscar Edmondson. 

Subversive w/Alex Kaschuta
Sam Ashworth-Hayes - The Return Of European History

Subversive w/Alex Kaschuta

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 53:54


I speak to Sam about the shifting tides in UK politics, about a new "very right wing" government implementing price fixing, about energy strategy and fumbling it on a continent-wide scale, and about the decriminalization of crime in the UK and what alternatives may look like. Sam Ashworth-Hayes is a journalist who has been featured in The Spectator, The Critic, The Telegraph and many more publications. He is also the owner/operator of the Marginally Productive Substack. You can find him on Twitter at @SAshworthHayes --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aksubversive/message

Spectator Mode Podcast - A Gaming Podcast For Gamers
Spectator Mode Podcast - Episode #121

Spectator Mode Podcast - A Gaming Podcast For Gamers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 25:29


On this week's episode of The Outerhaven's Spectator Mode podcast, hosts Keith Mitchell and Kyle Simcox debut the slimmer, more condensed format, and talk about which upcoming games of 2022 they are looking forward to, Phil Spencer confirming Call of Duty will remain on PlayStation, PlayStation Plus losing 2 Million subscribers, Gotham Knights frustration, and more.We also love questions or topics that you'd like for us to cover on upcoming shows. Email us or drop a note in the comments!Considering rating us on iTunes and Podcast Addict, that way we can continue to reach out to new listeners and make this the best gaming podcast it can be! The more reviews we get, the more people will listen to the show. It's a win/win for everyone!You can find us on Amazon Music,  iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, and Google Play. You can also subscribe through our RSS feed. Follow us on Twitter @Specmodepodcast, and @theouterhaven. Email us @ specmode@theouterhaven.net