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Sateli 3
Sateli 3 - Jamaica Instrumental: Tommy McCook (1969) y Hot & Rich - 12/10/22

Sateli 3

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 59:48


Sintonía: “Dan-De-LIon” - Tommy McCook “Yard Broom”, “Carry-Go-Bring-Come”, “Twelve Minutes To Go”, “Magic”, “Strolling In”, “Apanga”, “Eastern Standard Time”, “Rough and Tough”, “Musical Store Room”, “When You Call My Name” y “River Bank”, extraídas de una recopilación reeditada en vinilo del gran saxofonista jamaicano Tommy McCook “Island Blues”, “Bells”, “Island Blues”, “Sporting Life”, “Guantanamera”, “Zambesi” y “Mango Walk”, extraídas del disco de Hot & Rich, a partir de una grabación clásica jamaicana del guitarrista Lynn Taitt & The Jets Escuchar audio

Talking Snooker
Talking Snooker Episode 86 - Neil Robertson special

Talking Snooker

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 164:09


Nick and Phil speak with one of the game's superstars, Neil Robertson, in a special episode brought to you by Sporting Life.Robertson talks about his days growing up, early days on tour, World Championship success, frustrations at the Crucible, mental health issues in his family, relationship with Ronnie O'Sullivan and hopes for the future.We are delighted to be partnering with SportingLife.com, the UK's leading sports betting and content website, for a number of key episodes this season. You can visit sportinglife.com/snooker for betting previews and analysis ahead of all the big ranking events, plus big name interviews, results, news, and of course a brilliant fortnightly column from friend of the podcast Neal Foulds.Our next episode in this new partnership will come in November when we preview the UK Championship.

Launch Left
DIAMANDA GALÁS | Portrait

Launch Left

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 17:25


Diamanda Galás has spent a lot of her life representing the underrepresented. While working on music, she also created work dealing with AIDS, genocide, and mental disease, as well as compositions for voice and piano set to the works of exiled poets. On this episode of LaunchLeft, Diamanda and Rain have a great conversation about her work, artist collaborations, and how she uses music and art to tell the stories and experiences of forgotten people.   -----------------  LAUNCHLEFT OFFICIAL WEBSITEhttps://www.launchleft.com  LAUNCHLEFT PATREON https://www.patreon.com/LaunchLeft  TWITTER https://twitter.com/LaunchLeft  INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/launchleft/  FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/LaunchLeft  --------------------- LaunchLeft Podcast hosted by Rain Phoenix is an intentional space for Art and Activism where famed creatives launch new artists. LaunchLeft is an alliance of left-of-center artists, a curated ecosystem that includes a podcast, label and NFT gallery. --------------------- IN THIS EPISODE: [02:30] Groups of people Diamanda has felt drawn to represent through her art.  [06:00] Diamanda's work in her own terms- representing the underrepresented.  [12:00] Collaborating with artists and the new ideas it can inspire. KEY TAKEAWAYS:  Artists can draw inspiration from other artists' creative processes.  Sharing the hard parts can help others to relate and see the end result of working out these situations. BIO:  The San Diego-born Galás came up playing both classical and jazz music. She not only accompanied her Anatolian Greek father's gospel choir and joined his New Orleans-style band, but also performed as a piano soloist with the San Diego Symphony at the age of 14. She went on to play with various groups that included heavies of the new-jazz thing, such as a circa-'74 combo in Pomona, California, that included cornetist Bobby Bradford, sax man David Murray bassist Mark Dresser, and drummer Stanley Crouch. She made her first public performance in 1979, collaborating on an opera with Vinko Globokar and Amnesty International about the arrest torture, and assasination of a Turkish woman for treason. In 1982 she released her debut album, The Litanies of Satan, which showcased her early forays into unorthodox vocal expression and multiphonics, and which included an 18-minute performance piece titled “Wild Women With Steak Knives.” She has created work dealing with AIDS (including the recently re-mastered The Divine Punishment), genocide and mental disease, as well as compositions for voice and piano set to the works of exiled poets. She also collaborated with Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones on the 1994 album The Sporting Life. RESOURCE LINKS Diamanda Galás Website Diamanda on IG Diamanda on Twitter  Diamanda on FacebookSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 552 - Haggas leaves door open for Baaeed Irish Champion bid

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 35:33


Nick is joined by ITV and Racing TV broadcaster Rishi Persad to discuss the latest news and developments in the racing world today. In the company of trainer William Haggas, they reflect on Baaeed's spectacular performance in the Juddmonte International. Haggas talks extensively about options moving forward, including the Arc and the Irish Champion Stakes. Also on today's show, Sporting Life editor Dave Ord on the ITV/Skybet rounders match, Neil Phillips and Debs Bell with food and wine, York's PR Manager Hattie Rochester on the racecourse's latest charitable endeavour, and a World Pool update from Jamie Hart.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 552 - Haggas leaves door open for Baaeed Irish Champion bid

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 35:33


Nick is joined by ITV and Racing TV broadcaster Rishi Persad to discuss the latest news and developments in the racing world today. In the company of trainer William Haggas, they reflect on Baaeed's spectacular performance in the Juddmonte International. Haggas talks extensively about options moving forward, including the Arc and the Irish Champion Stakes. Also on today's show, Sporting Life editor Dave Ord on the ITV/Skybet rounders match, Neil Phillips and Debs Bell with food and wine, York's PR Manager Hattie Rochester on the racecourse's latest charitable endeavour, and a World Pool update from Jamie Hart.

Long Shots
The Open Preview | July 12, 2022

Long Shots

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 55:54 Very Popular


In this episode of Long Shots hosts Brady Kannon and Wes Reynolds are joined by Ben Coley, Deputy Head of Editorial at Sporting Life, as they preview the final golf major of the year, The Open. Also in the show, the hosts give out their top picks for the event.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

This Sporting Life
This Sporting Life: Hannah Miley

This Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 76:13


Hannah Miley - three-time Olympic swimmer, double Commonwealth gold medallist, in conversation with Tom English

This Sporting Life
This Sporting Life: Charlie Adam

This Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 63:24


Charlie Adam, one of Scotland's most talented midfielders of his generation, discusses his life in football - from leaving Rangers to his Liverpool debut, and his personal life.

The Good-Good Golf Podcast
Ep 111: Linn Grant and LIV Golf

The Good-Good Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 85:29


In the big picture, the most important thing to happen in golf last week was Linn Grant winning the Scandinavian Mixed event. We at least talked about that a bit before getting completely derailed - like everybody else - by LIV Golf and the turmoil at the top of the men's professional game. Links mentioned on this episode: Linn Grant's win in the Scandinavian Mixed https://www.golfaustralia.com.au/news/grant-claims-historic-scandinavian-mixed-win-581253 Ben Coley for Sporting Life on LIV event: https://www.sportinglife.com/golf/news/liv-golf-invitational-at-centurion-ben-coley-reflections-on-saudi-arabia-backed-golf-tournament/201425 Brian Wacker in New York Post writing about the 9/11 survivors criticism of the LIV players https://nypost.com/2022/06/11/phil-mickelson-other-liv-golf-players-ripped-by-9-11-group/ Barney Ronay in The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/sport/blog/2022/jun/11/in-their-naked-self-interest-liv-golfers-are-being-refreshingly-true-to-the-sports-roots?CMP=sharebtntw John Huggan's game report https://www.golfdigest.com/story/charl-scwhartzel-wins-4-million-dollars-in-inaugural-liv-golf-invititational Beth Ann Nichols for Golf Week views the LIV Golf news through the lens of Women's golf https://golfweek.usatoday.com/2022/06/10/liv-golf-series-threatens-mens-game-is-lpga-vulnerable/ John Huggan's piece on reaction to the first LIV event https://www.golfdigest.com/story/liv-golf-official-ron-cross-speaks-about-first-week-of-tour-in-london Alan Shipnuck's report from the first LIV event https://firepitcollective.com/for-the-love-of-money/ Interesting perspective from Lying Four (Will Bardwell) https://www.lyingfour.com/conversations-blog/2022/6/11/liv-golf-is-the-nwo Derek Duncan's “Every hole at The Country Club” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9e_CnoWUYg Fried Egg's guide to The Country Club https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhL63C86ylw&t=460s

This Sporting Life
This Sporting Life: Hazel Irvine

This Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 77:12


Hazel Irvine, one of Britain's leading and respected broadcasters, talks to Tom English

The Critic Podcast
119: The not-so-beautiful game

The Critic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 25:08


In the June 2022 issue of The Critic, Nick Timothy wrote that football needed to “search its conscience”, regarding the growing trend of clubs selling their own “fan tokens” — a sort of club-labelled crypto product, which can be bought and sold at prices that rise and fall according to demand. In this podcast, The Critic's literary editor, Paul Lay, talks to The Critic's Sporting Life correspondent, Nick Timothy, about the wider issue of morality — and immorality — in football.

Three Valleys Radio
The Racing Show

Three Valleys Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 94:59


A Derby Special. Simon Holt from the Sporting Life, Colin Brown, Richard Phillips all offer their choices for the big day at Epsom plus Noel Fehily and Rod Millman. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

This Sporting Life
This Sporting Life: Archie MacPherson

This Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 54:50


Legendary commentator Archie MacPherson discusses his broadcasting life including key footballing figures Jock Stein, Sir Alex Ferguson, Jim McLean and Ally MacLeod

Sacred Cinema
Boys Gone Wild - 'Taxi Driver' (1976), 'La Haine' (1995) & 'This Sporting Life' (1963)

Sacred Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 29:00


What is the relationship between injustice and destruction? Can we apprehend imminent destruction? What happens when we completely abandon the feminine? In light of recent events, this week's episode focuses on the potentially dangerous traits of the typical male psyche. The Films: Taxi Driver (1976) directed by Martin Scorsese La Haine (1995) directed by Mathieu Kassovitz This Sporting Life (1963) directed by Lindsay Anderson Follow Us: https://www.facebook.com/sacredcinema https://www.instagram.com/jimmy_bernasconi/?hl=en

Ultrarunning History
108: Six-day Race Part 14: Third Astley Belt Race – 1 (1879)

Ultrarunning History

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 26:45


By Davy Crockett You can read, listen, or watch By the end of 1878, at least 41 six-day races had been held in America and Great Britain since P.T. Barnum started it all with the first race in 1875. Daniel O'Leary of Chicago was still the undefeated world champion with ten six-day race wins. He was a very wealthy man, winning nearly one million dollars in today's value during 1878. All the racing was taking a toll on O'Leary, and he had frequent thoughts about retiring. However, he still had obligations as the holder of the Astley Belt and the title of Champion of the World. If he could defend the Astley Belt one more time, three wins in a row, by rule he could keep the belt. A Third Astley Belt Race was in the early planning to be held sometime during the summer of 1879. In January he went to Arkansas to rest at the famous hot springs with its six bathhouses and 24 hotels. Little did he know that the Third Astley Belt Race would be one of the most impactful spectator events in New York City 19th century history witnessed by more than 80,000 people. It impacted ten of thousands of workers' productivity for a week and even distracted brokers on Wall Street away from their ticker tapes. The major New York City newspapers included more than a full page of details every day that revealed the most comprehensive details ever of a 19th century six-day race. Because of its historic importance, this race will be presented in two articles/episodes. Please help the ultrarunning history effort continue by signing up to contribute a little each month through Patreon. Visit https://www.patreon.com/ultrarunninghistory Astley Backs a Potential British Champion John Astley Sir John Astley wanted to make sure a Brit would next win the belt. After putting on an English Championship in late October 1878, he identified the best British candidate that he thought could contend with O'Leary and bring the Astley Belt back to England. His man was Charles Rowell, who had recently placed third in Astley's English Championship Six-Day race with 470 miles. Astley formally issued a challenge to O'Leary on behalf of Rowell. Charles Rowell Charles Rowell (1852-1909), age 26, was born in Chesterton, Cambridge, England, and was fond of sports athletics in his childhood. He had gained some fame as a rower at Cambridge and was regarded as one of Britain's top emerging athletes. He started his running career in 1872, winning some races. In 1874 he won a 19-mile race in 1:57:45 and later covered 32 miles in four hours. He was no doubt very fast. When Edward Payson Weston first came to England in 1876, Rowell raced against him in a 275-mile track race in the Agricultural Hall in London. He mostly played the role as a pacer and completed 175 miles to Weston's 275 miles. Astley charged Rowell to get himself fit and promised to pay the expenses for him to travel to America for the Third Astley Belt Race. After a few weeks of training, Astley invited Rowell to his estate and observed his running abilities. “I was satisfied that he was good enough to send over to try and bring back the champion belt to England.” He provided £250 for his expenses. Prior to leaving England, it was rumored that he had covered a world record 539 miles in a private six-day trial, but Rowell would not confirm or deny it. Third Astley Belt Scheduled On November 7, 1878, John Ennis of Chicago, was the first runner to properly apply to London's Sporting Life (the stakeholder) to challenge for the Astley Belt.  Charles A. Harriman of Boston was the next, followed by Charles Rowell on December 1, 1878. By the end of January 1879, O'Leary accepted the challenges and started planning for a June race. But within a few days, John Astley, the founder of the Astley Belt series, decided that the next Astley Belt Challenge would be held in March 1879 at New York City in Gilmore's Garden, soon to be renamed Madison Square Garden.

My Sporting Life
Les Ferdinand : My Sporting Life

My Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 50:06


In the final episode of the series Paul Coyte is in conversation with the one, the only, Les Ferdinand.An English football legend who scored more than 100 Premier League goals, Les Ferdinand is best remembered for his time at QPR, Newcastle and Spurs. Although his career started in non-league football and he even had a spell playing in Turkey with Besiktas. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

My Sporting Life
Mark Cavendish: My Sporting Life

My Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 51:05


This week's episode of My Sporting Life is Paul Coyte in conversation with one of the greatest cyclists of all time Mark Cavendish.In a remarkable career that has seen him win almost everything in the sport Cavendish holds the joint record for the most ever Tour de France wins. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

My Sporting Life
Barry Hearn: My Sporting Life

My Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 53:58


In this episode of My Sporting Life see's Paul Coyte in conversation with the legendary promoter Barry HearnBarry has been at the heart of sport in this country for decades and with his promotion company Matchroom he has played a huge role in the popularity of snooker, darts and boxing. Helping to discover some of our most loved sportsmen along the way. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

My Sporting Life
Peter Schmeichel :My Sporting Life

My Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 50:09


Paul Coyte in conversation with one of the all time great goalkeepers Peter Schmeichel. At the age of 10 Schmeichel was told he would one day play for Denmark and it was a prediction that he would go on to achieve - playing more times for Denmark than anyone in his country's history. Hear about what it was like playing for Manchester United during the glory years and why he regretted leaving when he did. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

POP ART
Episode 78: Bull Durham/This Sporting Life

POP ART

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 61:28


POP ART, WHERE I FIND THE POP CULTURE IN ART AND THE ART IN POP CULTURE. Join me and podcaster, blogger and film enthusiast Richard Kirkham as we discuss Bull Durham and This Sporting Life, two films about athletes in existential crises. I know what you're thinking. What happened to Episode 77. Well, we recorded that episode on 2001 and Solaris twice, but Skype failed to download it. But everything seems fine now and we should be doing that episode in the near future. For some illogical reason, I decided to keep it Episode 77. Don't ask me. IT TAKES A LOT OF BALLS: I believe in the Church of Baseball. It's spring when a young man's fancy turns to thoughts of…sports; or sport for our English listeners. Yes, sounds like it's time for Episode 78 of Pop Art, where we find the pop culture in art and the art in pop culture. It's the podcast where my guest chooses a movie from popular culture, and I'll select a film from the more art/classic/indie side of cinema with a connection to it. This time round, I am happy to welcome back, for the fourth time, Richard Kirkham, who has chosen as his film the Ron Shelton low key classic Bull Durham, while I have chosen the Lindsay Anderson's angry young man, kitchen sink drama This Sporting Life, both films about athletes going through an existential crisis. And in this episode we answer such questions as: What is it about sports films? What does it mean to win by losing? What do the writers of both films have in common? What happened during the Broadway production of David Storey's The Changing Room that didn't shock little old ladies? Where did the names come from? If a baseball player hits the bull do they really get a free steak dinner? How does Ron Shelton resemble his Bull Durham hero? How does Lawrence Olivier fit in? Who did the producers of Bull Durham want for Tim Robbin's role first and how did Ron Shelton react? Why were young men angry in Britain? Check out the LAMBcast at http://www.largeassmovieblogs.com/ Check out Richard's blog at https://kirkhamclass.blogspot.com/?fbclid=IwAR3YYgDVY-42zT8hsDDo5ECSNe1xyPP9x2bvUAmm_XsVDDjtUjp3Aj8smCQ Check out my blog at https://howardcasner.wordpress.com/ My books, More Rantings and Ravings of a Screenplay Reader, The Starving Artists and Other Stories and The Five Corporations and One True Religion can be found at https://www.amazon.com/s?k=howard+casner&ref=nb_sb_noss --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howard-casner/support

My Sporting Life
James Haskell: My Sporting Life

My Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 48:03


Paul Coyte in conversation with one of rugby's biggest stars and personalities James Haskell. Playing 77 times for England; becoming a British & Irish Lion plus featuring in two world cups, James Haskell has seen it all in the sport of rugby. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

My Sporting Life
Jürgen Klinsmann: My Sporting Life

My Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 48:24


In the first episode of the new series of My Sporting Life, German football legend Jurgen Klinsmann is in conversation with Paul Coyte. In this episode hear all about Jurgen's childhood, how his move to Spurs happened and much more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Houndsman XP
The Sporting Life Notebook with Durrell Smith

Houndsman XP

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 216:46


Durrel Smith is a bird dog trainer, writer, CEO of the Minority Outdoor Alliance and host of the Sporting Life Notebook Podcast.Chris and Durrell draw the parallels of dog training between hounds and bird dogs. Durerell gives us a history lesson that brings perspective to the involvement of the African American Community in the performance dog legacy. Finally they discuss the current climate in hunting and barriers that need to be overcome if we intend to be a sustainable solution for the future of wildlife management.www.minorityoutdooralliance.orgSponsors:www.wall2wallfab.comwww.joypetfood.comwww.shopbriarcreek.comwww.dogsrtreed.comwww.freedomhunters.orgwww.roughcutcompany.com

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Houndsman XP - The Sporting Life Notebook with Durrell Smith

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 217:15


Durrel Smith is a bird dog trainer, writer, CEO of the Minority Outdoor Alliance and host of the Sporting Life Notebook Podcast. Chris and Durrell draw the parallels of dog training between hounds and bird dogs. Durerell gives us a history lesson that brings perspective to the involvement of the African American Community in the performance dog legacy. Finally they discuss the current climate in hunting and barriers that need to be overcome if we intend to be a sustainable solution for the future of wildlife management. www.minorityoutdooralliance.org Sponsors: www.wall2wallfab.com www.joypetfood.com www.shopbriarcreek.com www.dogsrtreed.com www.freedomhunters.org www.roughcutcompany.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting
Houndsman XP - The Sporting Life Notebook with Durrell Smith

Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 216:46


Durrel Smith is a bird dog trainer, writer, CEO of the Minority Outdoor Alliance and host of the Sporting Life Notebook Podcast.Chris and Durrell draw the parallels of dog training between hounds and bird dogs. Durerell gives us a history lesson that brings perspective to the involvement of the African American Community in the performance dog legacy. Finally they discuss the current climate in hunting and barriers that need to be overcome if we intend to be a sustainable solution for the future of wildlife management.www.minorityoutdooralliance.orgSponsors:www.wall2wallfab.comwww.joypetfood.comwww.shopbriarcreek.comwww.dogsrtreed.comwww.freedomhunters.orgwww.roughcutcompany.com

Chasing Pars Golf Podcast
Ep 69 Arnold Palmer Invitational & Magical Kenya Open

Chasing Pars Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 89:35


After a fantastic viewing spectacle at the ever exciting PGA National for Honda Classic after all the trials, tribulations, thrills and spills it was the year of the Sepp with Sepp Straka winning his 1st PGA Tour title at -10 to become the first Austrian born PGA Tour title holder defeating Shane Lowry in the rain in Florida and the biggest Daniel Berger collapse we have seen. This week we are back to historic Bay Hill Club & Lodge at Arnie's place for this year's Arnold Palmer Invitational where Bryson DeChambeau bomb & gouged his way round to win at -12 last year. A notoriously tough golf course measuring around 7,500 yards it is one of the longest & toughest on Tour. Craig & Jamie are back to talk all things Bay Hill with both having picks we feel have plausible chances to fulfil their destiny of winning the prestigious API title. It always is a cracking event and this should be no different. The DP World Tour is back this week as we are in Nairobi, Kenya for Kenya Open where it is being played at Muthiaga GC which lasted hosted the event on the Challenge Tour in 2018 where Lorenzo Gagli defeated Jens Fahrbring in a play off at -11. In a weakened field there is still some value to be had as the DP World Tour returns. Shout-out to Sporting Life don Ben Coley for mentioning our podcast in his recent Sporting Life column for Kenyan Open in regards to our player interview with Wil Besseling. We appreciate it alot and we hope Besseling goes well for you this week! All the best & enjoy!

Glazed Cinema
This Sporting Life

Glazed Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2022 18:51


Directed by Lindsay Anderson and released in 1963, This Sporting Life follows a rugby player named Frank Machin on and off the field. Hosting tremendous performances from its leads, Richard Harris and Rachel Roberts, it's considered one of the greatest British films ever made and still influences viewers to this day.

The Golf Alternative
Honda Classic

The Golf Alternative

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2022 95:13


I am joined by Ben Coley of The Sporting Life to preview this weeks Honda Classic on the PGA Tour. Ben talks us through his background & how he got in to the business. He also shares with us his love of music & picks some great music for our weekly playlist!

BrandBox
Ep. 32 - Our Sporting Life

BrandBox

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2022 55:06


Episode 32 - Our Sporting Life Show Notes Melinda, Mark, and Tom get ready for "the big game" by discussing the role of sports in American culture. Theodore Adorno Noam Chomsky 2021 Top 100 Viewed TV Events Mark Fisher Paul Virilio "The Ice Bowl" Game 1958 NFL Championship Game Brian Flores NFL Lawsuit Baseball "Steroid Era" Michael Jordan Steph Curry 1960 Olympic Games Sports gambling statistics College athletes name, image, likeness rights Cornhole competitions Send your ideas to hello@brandbox.show Apply to SVA Masters in Branding Program Please subscribe and review BrandBox on Apple Podcasts and consider hitting the Donate button on BrandBox.show! Don't forget to submit your questions, comments, and ideas for future episodes of BrandBox to hello@brandbox.show Thanks for your support!

Being LGBTQ
Episode 208: Matt Bishop 'LGBTQ & Formula 1'

Being LGBTQ

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 63:31


Matt Bishop is an established journalist with 20 years in motorsport, he has worked and edited a number of racing publications including GP Racing and Sporting Life as an openly gay man. In recent years Matt has worked for McLaren where he worked with world champion Lewis Hamilton for a number of years and is now chief communications officer for the Aston Martin Formula One team. Matt joins Sam to discuss LGBTQ initiatives within F1, the importance of allyship from drivers including Sebastian Vettel, being a founding ambassador for Racing Pride, as well as his novel, released in 2020 which focusses on the HIV/AIDS crisis in the 80's and early 90's.

Magnetofunky
Magnetofunky: Walkabout 02 - Leave No Trace

Magnetofunky

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 31:45


El Gifto Magnifico - The Gift of Gab; Itinerary - Seeing Through Nomad Eyes; Open Mic Stage - Bay Area Punk, Rock and Hip Hop - Torn Apart - Amongst Thieves, Immigrant - Sporting Life, Make Way - Global Affront; Log - Backlog; everything looks like water (clay remix) - CelloJoe

Talking Snooker
Talking Snooker Episode 54 - Masters Preview with Richard Mann

Talking Snooker

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 125:50


Nick and Phil are joined by Sporting Life journalist Richard Mann to talk about one of the sport's most special events, the Masters. There's also your latest correspondence and news of a big name guest to come.

Sporting Life Podcasts
Sporting Life Podcast: Newbury Special

Sporting Life Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 56:23


David Ord is joined by Rory Delargy, David Johnson and Graham Cunningham to talk all things Newbury. They share their favourite memories of the Ladbrokes Trophy/Hennessy and have a detailed preview of this year's race plus selections.

PG and Boatgirl Outdoors
The Sporting Life

PG and Boatgirl Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 120:01


Dan Kibler, managing editor of Carolina Sportsman magazine, is our guest this week on the eve of his retirement from the publication. We debate the question "Does culling improve the overall deer herd?" and Boatgirl serves up Mississippi Venison Pot Roast on the Roadkill Cafe.

Tight Lines® with Sammy Lee

Author, Bob Rich introduces his new book “The Right Angle: Tales of a Sporting Life”.

Three Valleys Radio
The Racing Show

Three Valleys Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 78:59


This week's show concentrates on Quipo British Champions Day at Ascot with a detailed analysis from the Sporting Life's Simon Holt along with our regular jockey guest Daryl Jacob, Nick Schofield, and Gavin Sheehan. Colin Brown and Dave Wilson also weigh in with their selections for what should be a great day's racing See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Following On Cricket Podcast
My Sporting Life - Matthew Hayden

Following On Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 83:17


We bring you a special archived edition of the brilliant My Sporting Life series as Danny Kelly speaks with the Australian Cricket legend Matthew Hayden about his phenomenal career in the game. Over the course of the show, they discuss his rise from a boy out in the countryside to one of Australia's most feared batsman, that iconic 2005 Ashes series, and scoring 380 against Zimbabwe, the then highest record Test total. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Following On Cricket Podcast
My Sporting Life - David 'Bumble' Lloyd

Following On Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 83:51


Danny Kelly brings you a special edition of the 'My Sporting Life' series, as this week he speaks with the former England batsman and coach David 'Bumble' Lloyd. They discuss his early days at Lancashire, the highlights from his 9 Test matches for his country, how he was ahead of the curve as England coach as well as his career both as an umpire and a commentator with Sky Sports. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

This is Your Sporting Life
Debbie Lee's Sporting Life

This is Your Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 42:26


Sam Edmund chats to AFLW pioneer, and Hall Of Fame inductee, Debbie Lee

Following On Cricket Podcast
My Sporting Life - Michael Holding

Following On Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 79:44 Very Popular


Danny Kelly brings you a special edition of My Sporting Life, as he sits down with the West Indies legend Michael Holding to discuss a remarkable career both on and off the pitch. Over the course of the show, they discuss making his debut, touring Australia, that incredible summer of 1976, and the controversial World Super Series league. They also reflect on the legacy his great West Indies side left behind, and discusses life after Cricket, and his role in Cricket commentary. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Fried Egg Golf Podcast
Three Big Takeaways from the Ryder Cup

The Fried Egg Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 53:57


This past weekend, Team USA won the Ryder Cup in dominant fashion, beating the European side 19-9. To get a handle on what this victory means, Garrett Morrison called up three different people—Ben Coley of Sporting Life, Joseph LaMagna of the Finding the Edge newsletter, and Shane Ryan of Golf Digest—and asked each for one big takeaway from the action at Whistling Straits.

Betfair
Golf... Only Bettor | Ryder Cup Special

Betfair

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 31:11


Sky Sports presenter Sarah Stirk is joined by Ben Coley of Sporting Life and Betfair's Dave Tindall to look ahead to the most exciting event in Golf, The Ryder Cup. The team discuss both teams in detail and give their best bets for the tournament as well as selections for top points scorer and top team points scorer. They also, of course, answer the all important question, which team will be lifting the Samuel Ryder trophy on Sunday evening...

This is Your Sporting Life
Peter Jackson's Sporting Life as Melbourne CEO from 2013-2018

This is Your Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 43:01


Sam Edmund chats to leading sports administrator Peter Jackson about his time as Melbourne CEO and how the Demons have turned their fortunes around on and off the field

Sports Daily
A Sporting Life

Sports Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 18:59


Bruce & Paul Savage take to the air on Labor Day 2021 kicking off with lots of College football talk. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Long Shots
The Open Championship Preview w/Ben Coley

Long Shots

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 48:54


On this episode of Long Shots hosts Brady Kannon and Wes Reynolds are joined by Ben Coley, Golf writer for The Sporting Life, as they preview the upcoming The Open Championship and give out their top picks for the event. Later in the show, Mike Piranio, Director of race & Sports at Mandalay Bay, joins to break down the betting options for the event and the action he has seen so far. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Department of Metal Antiquities
John Paul Jones (of Led Zeppelin) and Diamanda Galas Get Atheletic with The Sporting Life

The Department of Metal Antiquities

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2021 56:43


In 1994, just one month before the Landmark "reunion" album of Unledded by Page and Plant was about to drop, John Paul Jones, the man whose phone number they couldn't quite remember, beat them to the punch. Release in September, John Paul Jones and Diamanda Galas released The Sporting Life, an album of all new tunes instead of live versions of classics. It's not the kind of thing that many would expect out of classic rock fans' favorite mandolin player, but check it out with Nik and Duncan! DMA Podcast Facebook https://www.facebook.com/dmapodcast/ Get to know the hosts! Duncan Evans (Duncan Evans Music and Moonlow) https://duncan-evans.bandcamp.com/ http://moonlow.bandcamp.com/ Nik Cameron http://glaciallymusical.blogspot.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5PhXUW4fIc5i0qCogcWruw?view_as=subscriber --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

the 777 show
The One About The Sporting Life

the 777 show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2020 40:32


Witchdoctoralex discusses spiritual social media politics, residue from eclipse season and the great conjunction, Lucky Mojo's The Sporting Life and its controversial views on LGBTQ, Bible scriptures for love and Aunt Sally's Dream Book. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-777-show-podcast/support

Lost in Criterion
Spine 417: This Sporting Life

Lost in Criterion

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2020 81:29


Some of the best tragedy narratives indict a whole society for creating the system and the path that keep the tragic character imprisoned in his journey toward loss. There's a bit of that in This Sporting Life but the tragedy is focused on the main character's inability to court the woman he can't stop harassing, herself an even starker victim of the local political and economic system.

The Christians in Sport Podcast
E37 - Stephen Liggins: The Good Sporting Life

The Christians in Sport Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2020 32:39


We're joined by Stephen Liggins, author of 'The Good Sporting Life.' Sport has the power to captivate the heart, inspire the imagination and even to shape nations. It is loved by billions of people around the planet—and Christians are no exception. But how should we think about sport Christianly? How can sport be a plus and not a minus for our spiritual lives and the kingdom of God? In this book, author, pastor, sportsperson Stephen Liggins unpacks what it means to live the good sporting life. Listen in on our interview and head to 10ofthose.com to buy his book.

Texas Latino Conservatives
Contributions of Mexicans and Tejanos to the Texas War of Independence

Texas Latino Conservatives

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2020 33:20


Our San Jacinto Day podcast, recorded on April 21, 2020, celebrates the anniversary of the Battle of San Jacinto, as a result of which Texas won its independence from Mexico. Orlando Sanchez, Director of Texas Latino Conservatives, joined by Andrea Gomez, interviews Texas History expert, Mike Vance, about the the important contributions Mexicans and Tejanos made to the war for Texas Independence, and about the fascinating -- and sometimes tragic -- personal stories of heroes like Juan Seguin, Carlos de la Garza and Plácido Benavides. They also touch briefly on the history of Tejano music. About Texas Latino Conservatives: Texas Latino Conservatives is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating, motivating and encouraging Texas Latinos to be involved in the political process and to helping them understand public policy. About Mike Vance: Mike Vance has taken a unique path to becoming a Texas historian, building on decades of work in professional media combined with a lifetime of history study. Mike is now the Creative Director at Bright Sky Publishing and the Content Coordinator for the upcoming remake of the Brenham Heritage Museum. Previously, he hosted a weekly regional history television program, co-hosted both a television sports show and an afternoon talk radio program in Houston, and performed a litany of award-winning national and regional voice-over work and script and content writing. In 2005, Vance founded Houston Arts and Media, a non-profit organization that creates innovative ways to educate Texans about their history. Through HAM, Vance wrote, produced and directed feature-length documentaries, short films, web content, and publications on Texas and Houston. HAM merged with The Heritage Society for two years (2016-2018). There he conceived and managed the notable mural Mexican-American History & Culture in 20th Century Houston and oversaw programming both on and off the Heritage Society campus in downtown Houston. Today, Mike Vance is one of the best history storytellers in Texas. The documentary work that he has written, directed and produced has been recognized by top entities around the state and has enjoyed multiple airings on Texas PBS stations and HISD-TV. His work totals seven feature-length documentaries and over 100 short educational videos. His sixth book, Mud & Money: A Timeline of Houston History, was released by Bright Sky Publishing in June 2019. It follows Murder and Mayhem in Houston that was released in October 2014 by The History Press and Houston Baseball: The Early Years: 1861-1961, from Bright Sky Press in April 2014. He also wrote Houston's Sporting Life: 1900-1950 from Arcadia Publishing. Vance lectured for several years on Houston history topics as part of the Continuing Studies program at Rice University and currently serves on the Harris County Historical Commission where he has authored five historical markers and contributed to many others.