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The NeoLiberal Round
Breaking News: Castro Vs. Trump, Castro Lawyers Delivered New Suit Against Trump At Mara-Lago Today Ft. John A. Castro

The NeoLiberal Round

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 45:20


#BreakingNews: Breaking News: Castro lawyers delivered suit to Donald J. Trump at his Mar-A-Lago residents today in Florida, which sets the stage for Castro V. Trump. Renaldo McKenzie of The Neoliberal Round, The Neoliberal Corporation, moments ago ended his interview with US 2024 Presidential Candidate, John Anthony Castro, and obtained this breaking news update concerning his Run for President and suit against #Trump. Castro lawyers delivered suit to #DonaldTrump at his Mar-A-Lago residents today in #Florida. The suit was filed in the US District Court, Palm Beach on January 6, 2023, which sets up Castro vs. Trump. Mr. Castro joins us today and provide details of this breaking news and more. During the interview, John makes this powerful and poignant point that #Entrepreneurs are #risktakers; failures are their friends. The difference between successful/unsuccessful entrepreneurs is successful ones are relentless, they refuse to give up, in spite of failures. “I'm not afraid of failures!” ➤ John Anthony Castro, US 2024 Presidential Candidate. In addition, its tax season, Americans started filing taxes yesterday. The Federal government stated that the returns will be lower this year due to COVID funds. You may want to see what you get using the best #taxtool. John is also President of Ai Tax and discuss how we can support his campaign and get a better tax result this year, saying that: “you can do both by trying http://AiTax.com for FREE. You get to see the result *before* paying. So, if you don't like the result, you can walk away. As honest and transparent as it gets.” He elaborates on this and comments on Immigration, Kevin McCarthy and the GOP plus the Cowboys. John blames Dallas' loss against the 49'ers on the kicker Maher; John happens to be a Cowboy fan, Afterall, he resides in Dallas. This podcast is available free-of-cost/can be accessed in Video or Audio. The Neoliberal Round Podcast is Created and Produced by Renaldo McKenzie, President of The Neoliberal Corporation. Renaldo McKenzie a Doctoral Candidate at Georgetown University but may switch Doctoral programs to University of Pennsylvania. Renaldo is a Lecturer and Author of Neoliberalism, Globalization, Income Inequality, Poverty and Resistance and graduated from The University of Pennsylvania with a Master of Liberal Arts and a Master of Philosophy. Renaldo also studied Philosophy at the University of The West Indies, Mona in Jamaica briefly, before he migrated to the US, where he is now a US citizen residing in Philadelphia. Renaldo is working on Neoliberal Globalization Reconsidered, a 2nd book with contributions from Prof. Emeritus Dr. Martin Oppenheimer. Donate to us at https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/support. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/support

The Grade Cricketer
227. V600 for Vendetta, with Dan Christian, Steve Eskinazi and Linny

The Grade Cricketer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 90:47


The cricket industrial complex rolls on mercilessly, dragging our tired minds and eyes with it, so it's a BUMPER show this week. Higgos takes an overdue breather, so Pez steps in with guest co-host Ed "Ted" Cowan. The Aussie women annihilate Pakistan, Ash Gardner speaks up about Australia Day, Smith's doing savant stuff, Dan Christian and Steve Eskinazi join the show, Cricket NSW is a DISGRACE according to reports, Shubman Gill goes white ball daddy, David Cameron watches Alex Hales tonne up at the Sheikh Zayed, Root does something in South Africa, Bored Apes hack RCB Twitter, West Indies cricket may cease to exist as an entity, AskTGC ponders whether or not WinViz is “nonce gear”, and Michael Clarke limps his way into a story that not even a Chat GPT, super robot could produce for the Daily Mail. We have only ever been able to cover the bizarre breadth of this strange, strange game with the support of one of Australia's best fledgling brands – Budgy Smuggler. But this show is a fond farewell to that friend. After five years of sterling support, Budgy Smuggler and TGC bids farewell to one another. We catch up with CEO Adam Linforth to express our thanks properly, and to celebrate our fruitful association, Linny is throwing 20% off the entire range of Budgy Smuggler to the end of the month if you simply enter the code “RIG”. On that note, if you want to chat about being this podcast's presenting sponsor, get in touch with us at gradecricketer@gmail.com Watto at T20 Stars is backing you, too. Sorry about the value. Get onto T20stars.com to satisfy your proclivities. Get TGC hoodies, t-shirts, caps, and bucket hats at our brand spanking new website: gradecricketer.com/shop. Sign up to Patreon for a 10% or 20% discount using a special code at patreon.com/gradecricketer Check out our Patreon for exclusive content every single week at https://www.patreon.com/gradecricketer including #AskTGC Fridays and the exclusive audio from all of our YouTube videos.  We are delighted to once again link up with Ponting Wines. Use the code GETAFEW at pontingwines.com.au for 20% off! You can follow The Grade Cricketer on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/gradecricketer https://www.instagram.com/thegradecricketer/ https://twitter.com/gradecricketer Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Trumpet Dynamics
“Give Credit to Your Gift”, Trumpet as Hot Sauce to Music, and the Basics of the Jazz Mindset with Alexis Baro

Trumpet Dynamics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 43:08


Toronto-based trumpeter Alexis Baro joins us in this installment of the podcast. In our discussion, we discuss the move from Havana, Cuba to Toronto, how a teacher saved his career before it even began, what it's like to play a trumpet that bears your name, and much more!What you'll hear in this episode:-The music scene in Havana vs. Toronto...01:30-The biggest difference between the jazz and classical mindset...08:01-How our realities (for better or worse) inform our musical tastes and creative impulses...11:00-How a teacher in Cuba saved Alexis' trumpet career before it even began...15:00-Handling the pressure of the "do or die" situation as a student vs. as a professional...21:50-The process of getting established as a pro musician in Toronto...25:50-Alexis describes his customized equipment made by Carol Brass...28:55-How much of our success as a player is in our mind, vs. the equipment?...35:30-What Alexis would share with his 19 year old self...40:05-Plus whatever your discerning ears deem worthy of your time and interest...Resources mentioned:Alexis Baro's websiteCarol BrassAbout the guest:Alexis Baro was born into a musical family in Havana, Cuba. Classically trained, he took up the trumpet at the age of age 8 and completed his musical education receiving a teaching certification at the prestigious Amadeo Roldán Music Conservatory in Havana.While in school he became a member of the Buena Vista Social Club super star Omara Portuondo's band, and later at the age of 19 played lead trumpet for the National Radio and Television Orchestra.After moving to Toronto, Canada in 2001, he was discovered by iconic Canadian jazz drummer Archie Alleyne where he florished as a writer and performer for eight years as a member of the Canadian award winning 'hard-bop" band Kollage. As a band member he was nominated for “Best Jazz Trumpeter” by the Canadian National Jazz Awards in the years 2006, 2007, and 2008. Baro has participated in more than 80 albums and can be heard as a feature solist on some of the most transcendent Latin albums made in Canada such as Hilario Duran's Grammy Award nominated album “From The Heart”.He has performed with such artists as Nikky Yanofsky, David Foster, Michael Bubble, Paul Anka, Danilo Perez, John Patitucci, Brian Blade, Paquito d' Rivera, Jimmy Bosch, Miguel Zenon, Hilario Duran, Robi Botos, Jesus Alemaney & Cubanismo, David Virelles, Andrea Boccelli, Gino Vanelli, Esthero, David Rudder, Juan de Marco & The Afro-Cuban All Stars, and Horacio "el negro" Hernandez.Highlights in his solo career include opening for Herbie Hancock, and tours of South America and the West Indies. He's released six albums as a solo artist “Havana Banana”, “From the Other Side”, “Blue Skin”, the Gold Medal “Global Music Award winner in the jazz category “Guilty Pleasure” , "Sugar Rush" and "Sandstorm". his Juno Awards Nominated 2018 release.*Opening theme music: "Come Together" recorded by Alexis BaroClosing theme music: "Sonata in A Major" recorded by Joe Burgstaller

Caribbean Cricket Podcast
New Years resolutions (wishes) for West Indies cricket in 2023

Caribbean Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 28:07


Our first official podcast episode of 2023 looked at the year ahead and our best hopes for West Indies cricket. One can only dream! It was a tumultuous year for West Indies cricket on and off the field in 2022 and it leaves us with no other option than to wish for a better 2023. Machel presents his top 10 hopes for 2023. Please rate and review the Caribbean Cricket Podcast if you are listening on a podcast app that allows you to do so. If you'd like to support the Caribbean Cricket Podcast you can become a patron for as little as £2/$2 a month - here You can also find out more about Caribbean Cricket Podcast - here  

The Rush Hour Melbourne Catch Up - 105.1 Triple M Melbourne - James Brayshaw and Billy Brownless
Billy Faces The Bushrangers, Fat N Skinny's Ad Agency, Justin Langers vs A Snake - The Rush Hour Pre-Season - Thursday 19th January 2023

The Rush Hour Melbourne Catch Up - 105.1 Triple M Melbourne - James Brayshaw and Billy Brownless

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 39:51


JB showers with the West Indies cricket team, Billy goes into the nets to face the Bushrangers' pace attack, Justin Langer vs a snake, Billy melts down, Fat N Skinny's Ad Agency, port-a-loo stories, Billy's Joke - Feather, Droplet, and BrickSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The NeoLiberal Round
Caribbean Community in Philadelphia Empowering Peoples in the World on MLK Day

The NeoLiberal Round

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 43:54


On the podcast today we bucked up on a group in Philadelphia at Broad & Olney on MLK day giving back to people. We had described the Caribbean Community and it's diaspora as peoples who are "Dependent" when thinking about the type of capitalism or socio-economic dynamic of the post colonial communities of the Global South & their diaspora to a lesser extent. However, on MLK day we visited a group in Philadelphia at Broad and Olney who were giving back to the community, providing various resources and information to improve the community. The group called "Caribbean Community in Philadelphia" was comprised of not only people from various parts of the Caribbean (such as Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Barbados, Guyana, Antigua etc) but also US peoples of all races those born here in the US and those Naturalized citizens or residents who originated from other parts of the world. They came together to make difference. The group's Executive Director Miranda Alexander discussed how the group started and stated that Philadelphia resembles her community in Trinidad and Tobago, in a sense. She discussed the group's involvement with the Global 360 movement helping to provide solutions to global challenges including poverty, inequality, discrimination etc. We met up with several individuals including locals from Philly, the Caribbean and Dr. Camille C. Ragin, PHD, Professor and Associate Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Temple University Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia. She shares her work in the US but also how she's giving back to Jamaica, working with the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus on a study with the United Nations to explore Life Science and behaviours in Jamaica with a view to improve life and science in that country. I've been a big proponent of investing heavily in the Caribbean through science and technology if they are to be competitive in a world that has become technologically advanced. We have interviewed Dr. Andre Isaac's a former Jamaican now Chemist and Professor at College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts working to develop "ring cycles" to improve vaccines and drugs. These former Caribbean Nationals are working "to make America great", while doing work that can improve their former countries. However, it's not coordinated very well in the sense that we can coordinate the efforts better so that it has greater and targeted impact in the Caribbean. Dr. Andre example wanted to give back but does not know how to. We hope that this program provides a way those who want to give back can do so by contacting their local Caribbean Community in their state/city or by contacting Miranda Alexander of the Caribbean Community in Philadelphia or The Neoliberal Corporation www.theneoliberal.com or Rev. Renaldo McKenzie @Jamaica Theological Seminary. I Lecture a course "Caribbean Thought" at the Seminary which considers the diverse currents and movements of Caribbean including it's diaspora and those connected to Caribbean experience from here in the US as an Academic, Author of Neoliberalism, Globalization, Income Inequality, Poverty and Resistance and the upcoming book Neoliberal Globalization Reconsidered with contributions from Prof. Emeritus Dr. Martin Oppenheimer, formerly of @Rutgers and @Penn and is currently my unofficial Dissertation Advisor at Georgetown University. I am hoping to develop a Caribbean Thought Academic Journal of Young scholars from the Caribbean and it's diaspora and the class Caribbean Thought and the discussions here will help to facilitate that. Support us by visiting https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal. We are available on #iheartradio, #anchor.fm #spotify, #applepodcast #amazonmusic, #googlepodcast, #Radiopublic #podvine, #audible #amazonAlexa #stitcher, theneoliberal.com and renaldocmckenzie.com. Follow me at RenaldoMckenzie or Theneoliberalco at Twitter or Renaldo.Mckenzie and Theneoliberal on Facebook and Rev.renaldo.c.mckenzie and TheneoliberalCorporation on LinkedIn. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/support

Travel Goals Podcast
Why Saint Lucia is the Caribbean island of adventure

Travel Goals Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 33:17


Hiking mountainous volcanic plugs, diving in colourful reefs and zipping through a dense forest canopy – Saint Lucia is more than just dreamy beaches and luxury resorts – it's a Caribbean island of adventure. Recorded on location, this immersive episode takes you on a journey through St Lucia's adventure activities, while getting unique insights from locals.  Beautiful Saint Lucia is an Eastern Caribbean island nation that has an array of volcanic beaches, reef-diving sites, luxury resorts and humid rainforests. Thanks to the island's small size, you could be snorkelling marine life-rich reefs in the morning, ziplining through a lush forest canopy in the afternoon and be back at your resort in time for a sunset paddle. While there are luxurious resorts, sandy beaches and plenty of cocktail bars, there's so much more in St. Lucia to reward the adventurous. When you visit the Helen of the West Indies, make sure to step out of our resort and out of your comfort zone. For more information about Saint Lucia, including how you can plan your very own island adventure, head to Saint Lucia's official tourism website – stlucia.org and get ready for the island life.  Huge thanks to our season 6 sponsors, Trip Mapper – a web and mobile app for travellers who love to design their own unforgettable travel experiences. Remember to visit tripmapper.co/travelgoals and use the coupon code TRAVELGOALS, to get 20% off an annual Trip plus subscription and start planning your next one-of-a-kind adventure! *** Hi, I'm your podcast host Portia Jones, [nickname Pip Jones] and I'm a freelance travel journalist, podcaster and newsletter writer. I've travelled extensively around the world and I'm available for hire for travel journalism and podcasting. You can see my online travel journalism portfolio here.  Are you a destination or travel brand that wants to sponsor the Travel Goals Podcast? Email me to discuss sponsorship and advertising opportunities on Travel Goals.  Make sure to connect with me online as well, I'm @travelgoalspod and @pip_says on Twitter and @pipsays and @travelgoalspodcast on Instagram. Enjoy the podcast! 

The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast
The Oral Microbiome Plays A Big Role In Regulating Your Immune System

The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 7:52


The Oral Microbiome Plays A Big Role In Regulating Your Immune System Dr. Gerald Curatola• http://www.RejuvDentist.com • Book – The Mouth Body Connection #GeraldCuratola#RejuvenationDentistry #HealthyMouth #Inflammation Dr. Gerald Curatola is the founder of Rejuvenation Dentistry and the author of the The Mouth-Body Connection. The Mouth-Body Connection explores the bi-directional relationship between the health of your mouth and your body and provides a groundbreaking program for creating a healthy mouth that will help maintain a healthy body. The mouth acts as mirror and a gateway and reflects what is happening in the rest of your body and the health of your mouth appears to have a profound impact on the rest of your body. Chronic, low-grade oral disease is a major source of inflammation throughout your body, which can sometimes result in serious systemic problems, including cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity, and premature birth. The Mouth-Body Connection educates the reader on the natural ecology of the mouth. The oral microbiome consists of communities of 20 billion microorganisms of more than six hundred types-keeping these communities balanced is the key to well-being. Dr. Curatola's program, thirty years in the making, helps to restore microbiome balance and reduce health-destroying inflammation. The Curatola Care Program fosters a healthy oral microbiome by means of diet, supplements, exercise, and stress reduction. Four weeks of meal plans and fifty delicious recipes will convince you that eating for balance can be a treat. There are supplement schedules for each stage, two high-intensity band workouts that take only 15 minutes twice a week, relaxation techniques, and yoga postures to fight inflammation. In just four weeks, you will reboot your body and begin to take control of your health. Best of all, your brilliant smile will prove that you have never felt better. He is an internationally recognized biologic doctor with nearly four decades of experience as a clinician, researcher, educator, and humanitarian. Dr. Curatola graduated from Colgate University with a topical concentration in Neuroscience, and his BS degree in Biology and Psychology. He received his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) from New York University College of Dentistry, where he currently serves as Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor in Cariology and Comprehensive Care. Prior to his graduation, Dr. Curatola performed voluntary dentistry and oral surgery with the Ministry of Health of the Government of Jamaica, West Indies with the Peace Corps. Dr. Curatola received three United States Patents for his clinical research and formulations, and he is the co-inventor of the first “prebiotic” oral care formulation, Revitin (revitin.com) Dr. Curatola's dental work has been featured on The Doctor Oz Show, CBS, FOX and ABC television networks, and he has published extensively in professional and lay publications. Dr. Curatola's latest book, The Mouth-Body Connection, explores the intricate bidirectional pathways between oral and systemic disease. To Contact Gerald Curatola go to RejuvDentist.com Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims. 

Sic ’Em Podcast
Episode 103 | Sophia Young-Malcolm - Assistant AD for Player Development

Sic ’Em Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 32:41


Two-time Baylor All-American and 2005 NCAA Champion Sophia Young-Malcolm joined Baylor's staff as Assistant AD for Player Development in May of 2021. Young-Malcolm played on Baylor's first NCAA Championship team in 2005, was a two-time All-American and one of seven players in BU history to amass both 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in her career. As Assistant AD for Player Development, Young will serve the student-athletes in the women's basketball program as the liaison between the Baylor Student-Athlete Center for Excellence (SACE). The SACE department serves student-athletes in two major areas: academic services and character formation. Young will also spearhead the program's community service efforts and assist in recruiting. Young's four-year playing career at Baylor spanned from 2002-06. Through the 2020-21 season, Young still ranks fourth all-time in scoring, fifth in field goal percentage, second in rebounds (first in NCAA era), and second in double-doubles. At the time of her selection, Young was Baylor's highest-ever draft pick in the WNBA when she was the fourth overall selection of the San Antonio Silver Stars in 2006. The Silver Stars got a solid return on their investment with Young playing 301 career games over nine seasons, including three WNBA All-Star selections. She tallied 4,300 career points and 1,807 rebounds in a career that spanned from 2006-2015 and resulted in a selection to the San Antonio Stars' All-Decade Team. Young also played overseas in the Euroleague and Eurocup. After leaving professional basketball, Young continued leading her AAU basketball program called Sophia Young Elite in San Antonio. Her programs produced student-athletes that went to Division I schools that included UTEP, Oklahoma State, Abilene Christian and Indiana, among others. She also coached for two seasons as head coach at the Cornerstone Christian School in San Antonio, collecting a winning record in each of the 2018-19 and 2019-20 seasons. Since that time, she has served the San Antonio community as a realtor. Young was born in Saint Vincent, West Indies, and she played her high school basketball in Shreveport, La. at Evangel Christian Academy. She was a 2016 inductee into the Baylor Athletics Hall of Fame and a 2021 inductee into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Grandstand At Stumps
We need to talk about Sydney

Grandstand At Stumps

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 51:27 Very Popular


Ed and Corbin dissect the third and final Test of the Aussie summer at the SCG, and they cover some serious ground! Does the Sydney Test need to be moved? Was David Warner the player of the series? What on earth is going on with DRS, and much more! The guys then look ahead to India, before a quick catch up on all the action in the BBL and the WNCL. Bumper ep cricket nerds. 

New Books Network
Philippe-Richard Marius, "The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society" (UP of Mississippi, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 89:01


In The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society (University Press of Mississippi, 2022), Philippe-Richard Marius recasts the world-historical significance of the Saint-Domingue Revolution to investigate the twinned significance of color/race and class in the reproduction of privilege and inequality in contemporary Haiti. Through his ethnography, class emerges as the principal site of social organization among Haitians, notwithstanding the country's global prominence as a “Black Republic.” It is class, and not color or race, that primarily produces distinctive Haitian socioeconomic formations. When Marius arrived in Port-au-Prince to begin fieldwork for this monograph, to him and to legions of people worldwide, Haiti was axiomatically the first Black Republic. Descendants of Africans did in fact create the Haitian nation-state on January 1, 1804, as the outcome of a slave uprising that defeated white supremacy in the French colony of Saint-Domingue. Haiti's Founding Founders, as colonial natives, were nonetheless to varying degrees Latinized subjects of the Atlantic. They envisioned freedom differently than the African-born former slaves, who sought to replicate African nonstate societies. Haiti's Founders indeed first defeated native Africans' armies before they defeated the French. Not surprisingly, problematic vestiges of colonialism carried over to the independent nation.  Marius interrogates Haitian Black nationalism without diminishing the colossal achievement of the enslaved people of Saint-Domingue in destroying slavery in the colony, then the Napoleonic army sent to restore it. Providing clarity on the uses of race, color, and nation in sociopolitical and economic organization in Haiti and other postcolonial bourgeois societies, Marius produces a provocative characterization of the Haitian nation-state that rejects the Black Republic paradigm. Philippe-Richard Marius is assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the College of Staten Island (CUNY). Marius has conducted extensive fieldwork in Haiti. He is writer, producer, and codirector of the film A City Called Heaven. Aleem Mahabir is a PhD candidate in Geography at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in African American Studies
Philippe-Richard Marius, "The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society" (UP of Mississippi, 2022)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 89:01


In The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society (University Press of Mississippi, 2022), Philippe-Richard Marius recasts the world-historical significance of the Saint-Domingue Revolution to investigate the twinned significance of color/race and class in the reproduction of privilege and inequality in contemporary Haiti. Through his ethnography, class emerges as the principal site of social organization among Haitians, notwithstanding the country's global prominence as a “Black Republic.” It is class, and not color or race, that primarily produces distinctive Haitian socioeconomic formations. When Marius arrived in Port-au-Prince to begin fieldwork for this monograph, to him and to legions of people worldwide, Haiti was axiomatically the first Black Republic. Descendants of Africans did in fact create the Haitian nation-state on January 1, 1804, as the outcome of a slave uprising that defeated white supremacy in the French colony of Saint-Domingue. Haiti's Founding Founders, as colonial natives, were nonetheless to varying degrees Latinized subjects of the Atlantic. They envisioned freedom differently than the African-born former slaves, who sought to replicate African nonstate societies. Haiti's Founders indeed first defeated native Africans' armies before they defeated the French. Not surprisingly, problematic vestiges of colonialism carried over to the independent nation.  Marius interrogates Haitian Black nationalism without diminishing the colossal achievement of the enslaved people of Saint-Domingue in destroying slavery in the colony, then the Napoleonic army sent to restore it. Providing clarity on the uses of race, color, and nation in sociopolitical and economic organization in Haiti and other postcolonial bourgeois societies, Marius produces a provocative characterization of the Haitian nation-state that rejects the Black Republic paradigm. Philippe-Richard Marius is assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the College of Staten Island (CUNY). Marius has conducted extensive fieldwork in Haiti. He is writer, producer, and codirector of the film A City Called Heaven. Aleem Mahabir is a PhD candidate in Geography at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

NBN Book of the Day
Philippe-Richard Marius, "The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society" (UP of Mississippi, 2022)

NBN Book of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 89:01


In The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society (University Press of Mississippi, 2022), Philippe-Richard Marius recasts the world-historical significance of the Saint-Domingue Revolution to investigate the twinned significance of color/race and class in the reproduction of privilege and inequality in contemporary Haiti. Through his ethnography, class emerges as the principal site of social organization among Haitians, notwithstanding the country's global prominence as a “Black Republic.” It is class, and not color or race, that primarily produces distinctive Haitian socioeconomic formations. When Marius arrived in Port-au-Prince to begin fieldwork for this monograph, to him and to legions of people worldwide, Haiti was axiomatically the first Black Republic. Descendants of Africans did in fact create the Haitian nation-state on January 1, 1804, as the outcome of a slave uprising that defeated white supremacy in the French colony of Saint-Domingue. Haiti's Founding Founders, as colonial natives, were nonetheless to varying degrees Latinized subjects of the Atlantic. They envisioned freedom differently than the African-born former slaves, who sought to replicate African nonstate societies. Haiti's Founders indeed first defeated native Africans' armies before they defeated the French. Not surprisingly, problematic vestiges of colonialism carried over to the independent nation.  Marius interrogates Haitian Black nationalism without diminishing the colossal achievement of the enslaved people of Saint-Domingue in destroying slavery in the colony, then the Napoleonic army sent to restore it. Providing clarity on the uses of race, color, and nation in sociopolitical and economic organization in Haiti and other postcolonial bourgeois societies, Marius produces a provocative characterization of the Haitian nation-state that rejects the Black Republic paradigm. Philippe-Richard Marius is assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the College of Staten Island (CUNY). Marius has conducted extensive fieldwork in Haiti. He is writer, producer, and codirector of the film A City Called Heaven. Aleem Mahabir is a PhD candidate in Geography at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/book-of-the-day

New Books in Sociology
Philippe-Richard Marius, "The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society" (UP of Mississippi, 2022)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 89:01


In The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society (University Press of Mississippi, 2022), Philippe-Richard Marius recasts the world-historical significance of the Saint-Domingue Revolution to investigate the twinned significance of color/race and class in the reproduction of privilege and inequality in contemporary Haiti. Through his ethnography, class emerges as the principal site of social organization among Haitians, notwithstanding the country's global prominence as a “Black Republic.” It is class, and not color or race, that primarily produces distinctive Haitian socioeconomic formations. When Marius arrived in Port-au-Prince to begin fieldwork for this monograph, to him and to legions of people worldwide, Haiti was axiomatically the first Black Republic. Descendants of Africans did in fact create the Haitian nation-state on January 1, 1804, as the outcome of a slave uprising that defeated white supremacy in the French colony of Saint-Domingue. Haiti's Founding Founders, as colonial natives, were nonetheless to varying degrees Latinized subjects of the Atlantic. They envisioned freedom differently than the African-born former slaves, who sought to replicate African nonstate societies. Haiti's Founders indeed first defeated native Africans' armies before they defeated the French. Not surprisingly, problematic vestiges of colonialism carried over to the independent nation.  Marius interrogates Haitian Black nationalism without diminishing the colossal achievement of the enslaved people of Saint-Domingue in destroying slavery in the colony, then the Napoleonic army sent to restore it. Providing clarity on the uses of race, color, and nation in sociopolitical and economic organization in Haiti and other postcolonial bourgeois societies, Marius produces a provocative characterization of the Haitian nation-state that rejects the Black Republic paradigm. Philippe-Richard Marius is assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the College of Staten Island (CUNY). Marius has conducted extensive fieldwork in Haiti. He is writer, producer, and codirector of the film A City Called Heaven. Aleem Mahabir is a PhD candidate in Geography at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in Critical Theory
Philippe-Richard Marius, "The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society" (UP of Mississippi, 2022)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 89:01


In The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society (University Press of Mississippi, 2022), Philippe-Richard Marius recasts the world-historical significance of the Saint-Domingue Revolution to investigate the twinned significance of color/race and class in the reproduction of privilege and inequality in contemporary Haiti. Through his ethnography, class emerges as the principal site of social organization among Haitians, notwithstanding the country's global prominence as a “Black Republic.” It is class, and not color or race, that primarily produces distinctive Haitian socioeconomic formations. When Marius arrived in Port-au-Prince to begin fieldwork for this monograph, to him and to legions of people worldwide, Haiti was axiomatically the first Black Republic. Descendants of Africans did in fact create the Haitian nation-state on January 1, 1804, as the outcome of a slave uprising that defeated white supremacy in the French colony of Saint-Domingue. Haiti's Founding Founders, as colonial natives, were nonetheless to varying degrees Latinized subjects of the Atlantic. They envisioned freedom differently than the African-born former slaves, who sought to replicate African nonstate societies. Haiti's Founders indeed first defeated native Africans' armies before they defeated the French. Not surprisingly, problematic vestiges of colonialism carried over to the independent nation.  Marius interrogates Haitian Black nationalism without diminishing the colossal achievement of the enslaved people of Saint-Domingue in destroying slavery in the colony, then the Napoleonic army sent to restore it. Providing clarity on the uses of race, color, and nation in sociopolitical and economic organization in Haiti and other postcolonial bourgeois societies, Marius produces a provocative characterization of the Haitian nation-state that rejects the Black Republic paradigm. Philippe-Richard Marius is assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the College of Staten Island (CUNY). Marius has conducted extensive fieldwork in Haiti. He is writer, producer, and codirector of the film A City Called Heaven. Aleem Mahabir is a PhD candidate in Geography at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books in Anthropology
Philippe-Richard Marius, "The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society" (UP of Mississippi, 2022)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 89:01


In The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society (University Press of Mississippi, 2022), Philippe-Richard Marius recasts the world-historical significance of the Saint-Domingue Revolution to investigate the twinned significance of color/race and class in the reproduction of privilege and inequality in contemporary Haiti. Through his ethnography, class emerges as the principal site of social organization among Haitians, notwithstanding the country's global prominence as a “Black Republic.” It is class, and not color or race, that primarily produces distinctive Haitian socioeconomic formations. When Marius arrived in Port-au-Prince to begin fieldwork for this monograph, to him and to legions of people worldwide, Haiti was axiomatically the first Black Republic. Descendants of Africans did in fact create the Haitian nation-state on January 1, 1804, as the outcome of a slave uprising that defeated white supremacy in the French colony of Saint-Domingue. Haiti's Founding Founders, as colonial natives, were nonetheless to varying degrees Latinized subjects of the Atlantic. They envisioned freedom differently than the African-born former slaves, who sought to replicate African nonstate societies. Haiti's Founders indeed first defeated native Africans' armies before they defeated the French. Not surprisingly, problematic vestiges of colonialism carried over to the independent nation.  Marius interrogates Haitian Black nationalism without diminishing the colossal achievement of the enslaved people of Saint-Domingue in destroying slavery in the colony, then the Napoleonic army sent to restore it. Providing clarity on the uses of race, color, and nation in sociopolitical and economic organization in Haiti and other postcolonial bourgeois societies, Marius produces a provocative characterization of the Haitian nation-state that rejects the Black Republic paradigm. Philippe-Richard Marius is assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the College of Staten Island (CUNY). Marius has conducted extensive fieldwork in Haiti. He is writer, producer, and codirector of the film A City Called Heaven. Aleem Mahabir is a PhD candidate in Geography at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

New Books in Latin American Studies
Philippe-Richard Marius, "The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society" (UP of Mississippi, 2022)

New Books in Latin American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 89:01


In The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society (University Press of Mississippi, 2022), Philippe-Richard Marius recasts the world-historical significance of the Saint-Domingue Revolution to investigate the twinned significance of color/race and class in the reproduction of privilege and inequality in contemporary Haiti. Through his ethnography, class emerges as the principal site of social organization among Haitians, notwithstanding the country's global prominence as a “Black Republic.” It is class, and not color or race, that primarily produces distinctive Haitian socioeconomic formations. When Marius arrived in Port-au-Prince to begin fieldwork for this monograph, to him and to legions of people worldwide, Haiti was axiomatically the first Black Republic. Descendants of Africans did in fact create the Haitian nation-state on January 1, 1804, as the outcome of a slave uprising that defeated white supremacy in the French colony of Saint-Domingue. Haiti's Founding Founders, as colonial natives, were nonetheless to varying degrees Latinized subjects of the Atlantic. They envisioned freedom differently than the African-born former slaves, who sought to replicate African nonstate societies. Haiti's Founders indeed first defeated native Africans' armies before they defeated the French. Not surprisingly, problematic vestiges of colonialism carried over to the independent nation.  Marius interrogates Haitian Black nationalism without diminishing the colossal achievement of the enslaved people of Saint-Domingue in destroying slavery in the colony, then the Napoleonic army sent to restore it. Providing clarity on the uses of race, color, and nation in sociopolitical and economic organization in Haiti and other postcolonial bourgeois societies, Marius produces a provocative characterization of the Haitian nation-state that rejects the Black Republic paradigm. Philippe-Richard Marius is assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the College of Staten Island (CUNY). Marius has conducted extensive fieldwork in Haiti. He is writer, producer, and codirector of the film A City Called Heaven. Aleem Mahabir is a PhD candidate in Geography at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

New Books in History
Philippe-Richard Marius, "The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society" (UP of Mississippi, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 89:01


In The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society (University Press of Mississippi, 2022), Philippe-Richard Marius recasts the world-historical significance of the Saint-Domingue Revolution to investigate the twinned significance of color/race and class in the reproduction of privilege and inequality in contemporary Haiti. Through his ethnography, class emerges as the principal site of social organization among Haitians, notwithstanding the country's global prominence as a “Black Republic.” It is class, and not color or race, that primarily produces distinctive Haitian socioeconomic formations. When Marius arrived in Port-au-Prince to begin fieldwork for this monograph, to him and to legions of people worldwide, Haiti was axiomatically the first Black Republic. Descendants of Africans did in fact create the Haitian nation-state on January 1, 1804, as the outcome of a slave uprising that defeated white supremacy in the French colony of Saint-Domingue. Haiti's Founding Founders, as colonial natives, were nonetheless to varying degrees Latinized subjects of the Atlantic. They envisioned freedom differently than the African-born former slaves, who sought to replicate African nonstate societies. Haiti's Founders indeed first defeated native Africans' armies before they defeated the French. Not surprisingly, problematic vestiges of colonialism carried over to the independent nation.  Marius interrogates Haitian Black nationalism without diminishing the colossal achievement of the enslaved people of Saint-Domingue in destroying slavery in the colony, then the Napoleonic army sent to restore it. Providing clarity on the uses of race, color, and nation in sociopolitical and economic organization in Haiti and other postcolonial bourgeois societies, Marius produces a provocative characterization of the Haitian nation-state that rejects the Black Republic paradigm. Philippe-Richard Marius is assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the College of Staten Island (CUNY). Marius has conducted extensive fieldwork in Haiti. He is writer, producer, and codirector of the film A City Called Heaven. Aleem Mahabir is a PhD candidate in Geography at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in French Studies
Philippe-Richard Marius, "The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society" (UP of Mississippi, 2022)

New Books in French Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 89:01


In The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society (University Press of Mississippi, 2022), Philippe-Richard Marius recasts the world-historical significance of the Saint-Domingue Revolution to investigate the twinned significance of color/race and class in the reproduction of privilege and inequality in contemporary Haiti. Through his ethnography, class emerges as the principal site of social organization among Haitians, notwithstanding the country's global prominence as a “Black Republic.” It is class, and not color or race, that primarily produces distinctive Haitian socioeconomic formations. When Marius arrived in Port-au-Prince to begin fieldwork for this monograph, to him and to legions of people worldwide, Haiti was axiomatically the first Black Republic. Descendants of Africans did in fact create the Haitian nation-state on January 1, 1804, as the outcome of a slave uprising that defeated white supremacy in the French colony of Saint-Domingue. Haiti's Founding Founders, as colonial natives, were nonetheless to varying degrees Latinized subjects of the Atlantic. They envisioned freedom differently than the African-born former slaves, who sought to replicate African nonstate societies. Haiti's Founders indeed first defeated native Africans' armies before they defeated the French. Not surprisingly, problematic vestiges of colonialism carried over to the independent nation.  Marius interrogates Haitian Black nationalism without diminishing the colossal achievement of the enslaved people of Saint-Domingue in destroying slavery in the colony, then the Napoleonic army sent to restore it. Providing clarity on the uses of race, color, and nation in sociopolitical and economic organization in Haiti and other postcolonial bourgeois societies, Marius produces a provocative characterization of the Haitian nation-state that rejects the Black Republic paradigm. Philippe-Richard Marius is assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the College of Staten Island (CUNY). Marius has conducted extensive fieldwork in Haiti. He is writer, producer, and codirector of the film A City Called Heaven. Aleem Mahabir is a PhD candidate in Geography at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/french-studies

New Books in Caribbean Studies
Philippe-Richard Marius, "The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society" (UP of Mississippi, 2022)

New Books in Caribbean Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 89:01


In The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society (University Press of Mississippi, 2022), Philippe-Richard Marius recasts the world-historical significance of the Saint-Domingue Revolution to investigate the twinned significance of color/race and class in the reproduction of privilege and inequality in contemporary Haiti. Through his ethnography, class emerges as the principal site of social organization among Haitians, notwithstanding the country's global prominence as a “Black Republic.” It is class, and not color or race, that primarily produces distinctive Haitian socioeconomic formations. When Marius arrived in Port-au-Prince to begin fieldwork for this monograph, to him and to legions of people worldwide, Haiti was axiomatically the first Black Republic. Descendants of Africans did in fact create the Haitian nation-state on January 1, 1804, as the outcome of a slave uprising that defeated white supremacy in the French colony of Saint-Domingue. Haiti's Founding Founders, as colonial natives, were nonetheless to varying degrees Latinized subjects of the Atlantic. They envisioned freedom differently than the African-born former slaves, who sought to replicate African nonstate societies. Haiti's Founders indeed first defeated native Africans' armies before they defeated the French. Not surprisingly, problematic vestiges of colonialism carried over to the independent nation.  Marius interrogates Haitian Black nationalism without diminishing the colossal achievement of the enslaved people of Saint-Domingue in destroying slavery in the colony, then the Napoleonic army sent to restore it. Providing clarity on the uses of race, color, and nation in sociopolitical and economic organization in Haiti and other postcolonial bourgeois societies, Marius produces a provocative characterization of the Haitian nation-state that rejects the Black Republic paradigm. Philippe-Richard Marius is assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the College of Staten Island (CUNY). Marius has conducted extensive fieldwork in Haiti. He is writer, producer, and codirector of the film A City Called Heaven. Aleem Mahabir is a PhD candidate in Geography at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/caribbean-studies

New Books in African Studies
Philippe-Richard Marius, "The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society" (UP of Mississippi, 2022)

New Books in African Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 89:01


In The Unexceptional Case of Haiti: Race and Class Privilege in Postcolonial Bourgeois Society (University Press of Mississippi, 2022), Philippe-Richard Marius recasts the world-historical significance of the Saint-Domingue Revolution to investigate the twinned significance of color/race and class in the reproduction of privilege and inequality in contemporary Haiti. Through his ethnography, class emerges as the principal site of social organization among Haitians, notwithstanding the country's global prominence as a “Black Republic.” It is class, and not color or race, that primarily produces distinctive Haitian socioeconomic formations. When Marius arrived in Port-au-Prince to begin fieldwork for this monograph, to him and to legions of people worldwide, Haiti was axiomatically the first Black Republic. Descendants of Africans did in fact create the Haitian nation-state on January 1, 1804, as the outcome of a slave uprising that defeated white supremacy in the French colony of Saint-Domingue. Haiti's Founding Founders, as colonial natives, were nonetheless to varying degrees Latinized subjects of the Atlantic. They envisioned freedom differently than the African-born former slaves, who sought to replicate African nonstate societies. Haiti's Founders indeed first defeated native Africans' armies before they defeated the French. Not surprisingly, problematic vestiges of colonialism carried over to the independent nation.  Marius interrogates Haitian Black nationalism without diminishing the colossal achievement of the enslaved people of Saint-Domingue in destroying slavery in the colony, then the Napoleonic army sent to restore it. Providing clarity on the uses of race, color, and nation in sociopolitical and economic organization in Haiti and other postcolonial bourgeois societies, Marius produces a provocative characterization of the Haitian nation-state that rejects the Black Republic paradigm. Philippe-Richard Marius is assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the College of Staten Island (CUNY). Marius has conducted extensive fieldwork in Haiti. He is writer, producer, and codirector of the film A City Called Heaven. Aleem Mahabir is a PhD candidate in Geography at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-studies

Caribbean Cricket Podcast
Why the changes to the West Indies Championship might be right thing to do

Caribbean Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 26:27 Very Popular


There I was minding my own business when Cricket West Indies put out a press release on Christmas Eve no less. The 2023 West Indies Championship has been confirmed as a five round Championship with a brand new (best vs best) Headley-Weekes tri-series to follow. There has predictably been some negative reaction to the announcement and there are undoubtedly some cons to the competition but there are pros that some may not have considered. As ever there is always context that people need to think about when considering decisions made by Cricket West Indies. Please rate and review the Caribbean Cricket Podcast if you are listening on a podcast app that allows you to do so. If you'd like to support the Caribbean Cricket Podcast you can become a patron for as little as £2/$2 a month - here You can also find out more about Caribbean Cricket Podcast - here

History4Today
Virginia (1584)

History4Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 10:24


Captain Arthur Barlowe (1550-1620) left England in 1584 under instructions from Sir Walter Raleigh to find lands in North America to claim for Queen Elizabeth I. After stopping for supplies in the West Indies, he and Philip Amadas sailed up the Florida coast to North Carolina. Barlowe was very impressed with both the land and the people, which led to the settlement of Roanoke Island and later Virginia. The account below is from a letter he wrote to Raleigh.

Caribbean Cricket Podcast
Why Andre Coley was selected as the West Indies Men's interim head coach

Caribbean Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 36:13


Andre Coley has been announced as the West Indies mens interim head coach and will take charge of the team for the Zimbabwe and South Africa series. Jerome Foster (Radio Jamaica) joined us to discuss the appointment and assess whether the former Jamaica Scorpions head coach and Jamaica Tallawahs assistant coach is the right man for the 'interim' job. As always with the Caribbean Cricket Podcast we go into a level of depth and analysis on West Indies cricket that you wont hear anywhere else. Please rate and review the Caribbean Cricket Podcast if you are listening on a podcast app that allows you to do so. If you'd like to support the Caribbean Cricket Podcast you can become a patron for as little as £2/$2 a month - here You can also find out more about Caribbean Cricket Podcast - here

Grandstand At Stumps
Choose Your Fighter

Grandstand At Stumps

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 46:46 Very Popular


This week's episode goes Hollywood, with Ed Cowan coming to us from the showbiz capital of world.  The boys look back on the Boxing Day Test and look ahead to the Pink Test in Sydney.  Who replaces Cameron Green and Mitchell Starc in the Australian XI? And is South African captain Dean Elgar showing enough fight? Plus the lads disagree on whether Michael Neser's catch passes the sniff test.  Enjoy the first Grandstand Cricket podcast of 2023 cricket nerds. 

West Indies on 99.94DM
What does success look like for West Indies in 2023?

West Indies on 99.94DM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 32:25


We look ahead to 2023 and break down what the future may hold for West Indies cricket. - You can download our app right here: iOS: https://apple.co/3ovg0M5 Android: https://bit.ly/3S29f1R And you can join the 99.94 DM Community on socials right here: Twitter: https://twitter.com/9994DM Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/99.94dm/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/9994dm/ And our Podcasts are right here: Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3S643KC Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3otgVwz

Double Century with Jarrod Kimber
Cricket's Greatest Ponzi Scheme

Double Century with Jarrod Kimber

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 17:25 Very Popular


This episode is about Allen Stanford, who arrived as a messiah for West Indies cricket and dished out prize money too astonishing even by IPL standards. He turned out to be a crook who is currently serving a 110-year-old prison sentence. - Find the 99.94 app here: Android: http://bit.ly/3S29f1R iOS: http://apple.co/3ovg0M5. - To find all our podcasts, head over here: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/channel/99-94dm/id6443234103. To support Double Century please go to our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. - Jarrod Kimber produces, narrates and co-writes this series, check out his many projects here: https://linktr.ee/jarrodkimber. This episode was co-written by Abhishek Mukherjee, you can find him on Twitter at https://www.twitter.com/ovshake42. It was edited, mixed and produced by Nick McCorriston, he's at https://www.nickamc.com and https://www.twitter.com/soundboy_audio. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Caribbean Cricket Podcast
Episode 77: In conversation with Roshon Primus

Caribbean Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 31:33 Very Popular


We're back with a Caribbean Cricket Podcast player interview and this time it's Roshon Primus. Fresh off a fantastic unbeaten 130* in the recently concluded CG United Super 50 Roshon Primus joined us talk his career and future West Indies aspirations. One for fans of the domestic game and those who recognise the enormous potential in Roshon. If you'd like to support the Caribbean Cricket Podcast you can become a patron for as little as £2 a month here    You can also find out more about Caribbean Cricket Podcast on our website here     

Caribbean Cricket Podcast
Why Brandon King's time is now

Caribbean Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 27:30


West Indies travel to Zimbabwe in January then South Africa in February. Brandon King is one of the more obvious players on the outside looking in at the test squad. Is his time now? Alas he is a victim of a West Indies domestic and international calendar that more often than not sees him on WI duty when our red ball season is in progress. Machel has a look at why the selectors now need to think outside of the box. As ever please rate and review the Caribbean Cricket Podcast if you are listening on a podcast app that allows you to do so. If you'd like to support the Caribbean Cricket Podcast you can become a patron for as little as £2/$2 a month - here You can also find out more about Caribbean Cricket Podcast - here

Caribbean Cricket Podcast
Jason Holder: Should West Indies be worried?

Caribbean Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 24:24 Very Popular


Following the West Indies test series defeat in Australia some fans and media have started to question Jason Holder's place in the West Indies test side. I'm used to the irrational, emotional rantings amongst West Indian fans but I had to look into the stats and facts to see if there was any logic to the vociferous complaints. As ever please rate and review the Caribbean Cricket Podcast if you are listening on a podcast app that allows you to do so. If you'd like to support the Caribbean Cricket Podcast you can become a patron for as little as £2/$2 a month - here You can also find out more about Caribbean Cricket Podcast - here  

Lush Life
How to Drink Banks Rum with Jim Meehan

Lush Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 65:24


Say his name in any bar around the world, and most bartenders will immediately whip out a well-worn copy of his eponymous bible of bartending. Today we meet the legend who not only authored that classic but so much more! If you didn't know it already, our guest today, Jim Meehan, is one of the most celebrated bartenders and bar operators, as well as the author of The PDT Cocktail Book and the one and only Meehan's Bartender Manual. He has worked in nearly every capacity in the hospitality business since 1995.Today, he serves as Beverage Director of an outdoor lifestyle brand called Snow Peak, which has a restaurant in Portland, Oregon called Takibi. If that isn't enough, he is also co-founder of Banks Rums, a collection of fine rums that are unique blends from the East and West Indies, which we are here to talk about today. But since it's Lush Life, you know we're going to talk about a whole lot more. But before you get to meet him, I'm sure you know already that you can now watch this episode plus all the other Lush Life episodes as well as a whole lot more on Youtube, so check out the Lush Life Youtube Channel!! Just head to youtube.com/@lushlifemanual that's youtube.com/@lushlifemanual! Our cocktail of the week is The Planter PunchINGREDIENTS60 ml / 2 oz. Banks 7 Golden Blend Rum22.5 ml / .75 oz. Pineapple Juice22.5 ml / .75 oz. Cranberry Syrup (equal parts fresh cranberry juice and simple syrup)15 ml / .5 oz. Orange Juice15 ml / .5 oz. Lime Juice1 dash of Angostura BittersCranberries & MintMETHODShake ingredients with ice and strain into a terracotta cup filled with pebble iceGarnish with a mint sprig and three cranberries You'll find this recipe, more festive cocktail recipes, and all the cocktails of the week at alushlifemanual.com, where you'll also find all the ingredients in our shop.Full Episode Details: https://alushlifemanual.com/banks-rum-with-jim-meehan-----Become a supporter of A Lush Life Manual for as little as $5 - all you have to do is go to patreon.com/lushlife.Lush Life Merchandise is here - we're talking t-shirts, mugs, iPhone covers, duvet covers, iPad covers, and more covers for everything! And more! Produced by Simpler MediaFollow us on Twitter and InstagramGet great cocktail ideas on PinterestNew episodes every Tuesday, usually!!

Caribbean Cricket Podcast
Australia vs West Indies test series: West Indies player ratings

Caribbean Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 43:44 Very Popular


With the test series now done and dusted and the West Indies team back home Machel took to the hot seat to hand out the Caribbean Cricket Podcast post series player ratings. How much do you agree/disagree with the ratings? As ever please rate and review the Caribbean Cricket Podcast if you are listening on a podcast app that allows you to do so. If you'd like to support the Caribbean Cricket Podcast you can become a patron for as little as £2/$2 a month - here You can also find out more about Caribbean Cricket Podcast - here

Witness History: Witness Black History
Una Marson and the BBC Caribbean Service

Witness History: Witness Black History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 9:05


To mark the 90th anniversary of the BBC World Service, we trace the development of the Caribbean Service. Its beginnings go back to the early 1940s when the BBC's first black producer, Una Marson was employed. She created Caribbean Voices, which gave future Nobel laureates such as Derek Walcott their first international platform. In 1969, one of the UK's best known newsreaders, Sir Trevor McDonald, left Trinidad to join the BBC Caribbean Service as a producer. He reflects on its legacy. Produced and presented by Josephine McDermott. Archive recording of West Indies Calling from 1943, is used courtesy of the Imperial War Museum. Una Marson's poem Black Burden is used courtesy of Peepal Tree Press and the BBC Caribbean Service archive material was provided by the Alma Jordan Library, The University of the West Indies. (Photo: Sir Trevor McDonald and Una Marson. Credit: BBC)

Witness History
Una Marson and the BBC Caribbean Service

Witness History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 9:05


To mark the 90th anniversary of the BBC World Service, we trace the development of the Caribbean Service. Its beginnings go back to the early 1940s when the BBC's first black producer, Una Marson was employed. She created Caribbean Voices, which gave future Nobel laureates such as Derek Walcott their first international platform. In 1969, one of the UK's best known newsreaders, Sir Trevor McDonald, left Trinidad to join the BBC Caribbean Service as a producer. He reflects on its legacy. Produced and presented by Josephine McDermott. Archive recording of West Indies Calling from 1943, is used courtesy of the Imperial War Museum. Una Marson's poem Black Burden is used courtesy of Peepal Tree Press and the BBC Caribbean Service archive material was provided by the Alma Jordan Library, The University of the West Indies. (Photo: Sir Trevor McDonald and Una Marson. Credit: BBC)

TMS at the Cricket World Cup
Rehan spins England towards victory

TMS at the Cricket World Cup

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 38:50


18 year old leg-spinner Rehan Ahmed took 5 wickets on debut as Pakistan were bowled out for 216. England will need 55 more runs to win with 8 wickets in hand. We'll hear from Ahmed and get analysis from Jonathan Agnew, Vic Marks and Andy Zaltzman. We'll also find out how one of England's stars of the series Ollie Robinson almost gave up the game in the summer. Plus we hear how the Barmy Army are supporting victims of the Pakistan floods and Sophie Ecclestone joins us as England's women win again in the West Indies.

TMS at the Cricket World Cup
Brook hundred puts Karachi Test in the balance.

TMS at the Cricket World Cup

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 36:02


Harry Brook scored his 3rd Hundred of the series to help England take a first innings lead in the 3rd Test We hear from Brook and get analysis from Jonathan Agnew, Vic Marks and Andy Zaltzman. Pat Cummins and Dean Elgar react to a remarkable Gabba Test completed inside two days and England captain Heather Knight reflects on their T20 series win in the West Indies.

TMS at the Cricket World Cup
No Balls: The Cricket Podcast - deck the halls with boughs of Ollie!

TMS at the Cricket World Cup

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 47:51


England women's bowler Kate Cross is back from the West Indies, Alex Hartley is in Pakistan. This week they're joined by England men's Ollie Pope who has his own icks to discuss.

Wisden Cricket Daily Podcast
Celebrating 10 years of Root and 20 years of Anderson as England players

Wisden Cricket Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 75:13


Phil Walker, Katya Witney, Jo Harman and Yas Rana celebrate a decade of Joe Root as an international cricketer and 20 years of James Anderson in an England shirt by sharing some of their favourite moments of the two England greats. The panel also look ahead to the 3rd Pakistan-England Test at Karachi, before reflecting on the latest DCMS hearings on racism in cricket, England women's ongoing tour of West Indies, Kane Williamson stepping down as New Zealand Test captain and much, much more. Use the code WISDEN22 at www.charlestyrwhitt.com to get 20% off anything, including shirts, polos, chinos and knitwear. You can follow Wisden Cricket on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok: https://www.facebook.com/WisdenCric https://www.instagram.com/wisden_cric... https://twitter.com/WisdenCricket https://www.tiktok.com/@wisdencricket The latest issue of Wisden Cricket Monthly is available now at https://wisden.com/shop/wisden-cricke... You can find the perfect gift for any cricket fan at the Wisden shop: https://www.wisden.com/shop

Stumped
Who should Australia fear?

Stumped

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 32:56


Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma discuss which Test side should be the most confident going into 2023 and who should be the most worried. South Africa sit second in the table with Sri Lanka third but have England left it too late to make it to the final? They sit in fifth. The team talk about England winning their first Test series in Pakistan since 2001, Australia beating the West Indies and the first day of the first Test Match between Bangladesh and India. After India women inflicted Australia's first defeat in 21 matches, we ask whether this could be a turning point for the side and debate whether it is healthy for the India Women's team to have no permanent head coach. Plus we hear the second part of our interview with West Indies legend Shivnarine Chanderpaul who tells us the difference between coaching men's and women's cricket and the egos involved. Photo: Marnus Labuschagne of Australia celebrates making his century during day one of the Second Test Match in the series between Australia and the West Indies at Adelaide Oval on December 08, 2022 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Matt King/Getty Images)

Bats and Balls Podcast
329 - Majsport, Running, NFL, Cricket, Soccer, NBA, Supercars

Bats and Balls Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 105:09


On this episode Josh & The Producer talk about Majsport, Running, NFL, Cricket, Soccer World Cup. Majsport and the AMG Cup is in full swing. Last round was held at Fuji Speedway and The Producer made GP1 again while Maj contuinues to dominate GP2. Check out Majsport on the link below. Make sure you subscribe to Majsport to stay up to date. https://www.youtube.com/user/majsport In the NFL the divisions are starting to sort themselves out on the run to the playoffs. Pies Giants are still a chance while The Producers Rams after selling the farm to win the last Superbowl are really struggling with many injuries. Join our NFL Tipping Comp and if you win you will win a prize. Australia dominated 2-0 in the two-test series against the West Indies. Will the West Indies ever find the glory they had from the 70 – 90s. Soccer World Cup finalist are set with Argentina up against France. Can Messi win his final world cup game. Australia did everyone proud with their efforts. https://www.footytips.com.au/competitions/?ff=settings&competitionId=406234 0:00:00 – Majsport, AMG Cup 0:35:00 –Running 0:47:00 – NFL 0:56:00 – Cricket 1:14:00 –Soccer World Cup 1:36:00 – OtherSport (Supercars and NBA)   Twitter - @batsandballspod Brendan - @The Producer05 Josh - @PiesJosh Colbee - @colbee6ref Mendy - @BigMendy180 Darren - @Dazza_20 Erik - @ErikNielsen2759 Part of the Always Up Network Always Up Network - @AlwaysUpNetwork  #AUN Email - batsandballspodcast@gmail.com facebook.com/batsandballspodcast http://batsandballspodcast.com/  

Red Inker With Jarrod Kimber
Uncovered with Bharat & Jarrod - Super Over, Pakistani form and West Indies' level

Red Inker With Jarrod Kimber

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 70:40 Very Popular


Bharat and Jarrod cover a hugely important women's match between Australia and India, England's twin victories over Pakistan and West Indies' getting rolled by Australia. - Check out the 99.94 DM App here: https://9994dm.com/. To support the podcast please go to our Patreon page. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32090121. Jarrod also now has a Buy Me A Coffee link, for those who would prefer to support the shows there: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/jarrodkimber. If you like this podcast, you may enjoy other things I create, check them all out at https://linktr.ee/jarrodkimber. - This podcast is edited, mixed and produced by Nick McCorriston, he's at https://www.nickamc.com and https://www.twitter.com/soundboy_audio. FortyTwo makes our video productions. Mukunda Bandreddi is in charge of our video side. Aurojyoti Senapati turns the files into video podcasts and Subhankar Bhattacharya makes our graphics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Grade Cricketer
222. Fill Your Boots

The Grade Cricketer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 100:29 Very Popular


It was absolute boot-filling stuff against the West Indies, but now it's 1 vs 2 in the WTC table against South Africa. Brisbane is sold out, then it's Christmas and then it's New Year. David Warner's leadership ban remains, in yet another ugly chapter in the whole, sad debacle. The Big Bash starts today. Is that good? Maybe it's good. Daniel Brettig joins us in studio to discuss Mike Baird becoming the new Chair of Cricket Australia. What does that mean for the average internet user? Ali Martin joins us on a dodgy internet connection from Pakistan (or maybe that was Melbourne's fault) to tell us how amazing this 2-0 series lead has been. Jimmy Anderson is good, Stokes is good, Harry Brook is generational.... but what does it mean for the real series against 'out boys'? The Australia women lose their first match this year, so we completely disown them, as should Indian fans of their team, after yet another series loss in 2022. This time, to Bangladesh. #AskTGC comes in from a very confused father. Budgy has both us and you covered wherever you are the world. There's a new drop of gear across underwear, party shirts, Christmas jumpers, golf wear, stubbies, bucket hats. All new, for you, at budgysmuggler.com(.au) Watto at T20 Stars is backing you, too. Sorry about the value. Use the promocode xmas25 for 25% of all stock at their sterling website. Get TGC hoodies, t-shirts, caps, and bucket hats at our brand spanking new website: gradecricketer.com/shop. Sign up to Patreon for a 10% or 20% discount using a special code at patreon.com/gradecricketer Check out our Patreon for exclusive content every single week at https://www.patreon.com/gradecricketer including #AskTGC Fridays and the exclusive audio from all of our YouTube videos.  We are delighted to once again link up with Ponting Wines. Use the code GETAFEW at pontingwines.com.au for 20% off! You can follow The Grade Cricketer on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/gradecricketer https://www.instagram.com/thegradecricketer/ https://twitter.com/gradecricketer   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books Network
Joanna Newman, "Nearly the New World: The British West Indies and the Flight from Nazism, 1933–1945" (Berghahn Books, 2019)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 66:17


In the years leading up to the Second World War, increasingly desperate European Jews looked to far-flung destinations such as Barbados, Trinidad, and Jamaica in search of refuge from the horrors of Hitler's Europe. Joanna Newman's book Nearly the New World: The British West Indies and the Flight from Nazism, 1933–1945 (Berghahn Books, 2019) tells the extraordinary story of Jewish refugees who overcame persecution and sought safety in the West Indies from the 1930s through the end of the war. At the same time, it gives an unsparing account of the xenophobia and bureaucratic infighting that nearly prevented their rescue—and that helped to seal the fate of countless other European Jews for whom escape was never an option. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Joanna Newman, "Nearly the New World: The British West Indies and the Flight from Nazism, 1933–1945" (Berghahn Books, 2019)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 66:17


In the years leading up to the Second World War, increasingly desperate European Jews looked to far-flung destinations such as Barbados, Trinidad, and Jamaica in search of refuge from the horrors of Hitler's Europe. Joanna Newman's book Nearly the New World: The British West Indies and the Flight from Nazism, 1933–1945 (Berghahn Books, 2019) tells the extraordinary story of Jewish refugees who overcame persecution and sought safety in the West Indies from the 1930s through the end of the war. At the same time, it gives an unsparing account of the xenophobia and bureaucratic infighting that nearly prevented their rescue—and that helped to seal the fate of countless other European Jews for whom escape was never an option. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

The Final Word Cricket Podcast
TFW Daily - Australia v West Indies, Adelaide Day 4

The Final Word Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 18:37 Very Popular


Australia v West Indies Day 4 at Adelaide: Sadly, it was always going to be this way. The West Indies are a rabble and unless this is taken seriously by administrators across the world, they won't be playing Test cricket for much longer. Oh, and Australia hammered them by 419 runs, winning the Test inside 90 minutes on the fourth afternoon at Adelaide. 20% off primo WoodstockCricket.co.uk bats with the code TFW20 Send us a Nerd Pledge at patreon.com/thefinalword Find us at finalwordcricket.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices