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Countdown to the Winter Olympics — meet Team USA figure skater Alysa Liu and hockey player Hilary Knight. Plus, Jill Martin has all the products you need to refresh your fitness routine. And, Hoda Kotb and Carson Daly chat with Kristen Bell about her new Netflix show “The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window.”
NBC won't send announcers to 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing due to COVID-19, Ukraine Officials shocked as Biden gives green light to Russian incursion, new Ashli Babbitt video shows she was not part of violent mob, and the 5G rollout is proving to be disastrous as Boeing shares that planes are vulnerable to interference from signals. Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec
Today on Post Reports, the government's rollout of free rapid coronavirus tests in the United States. And later in the show, how China's “zero covid” policy could affect the Winter Olympics. Read more:This week, the Biden administration launched a website where Americans can order free rapid coronavirus tests. Each household is eligible for four tests, which are sent via mail to your residence. Reporter Yasmeen Abutaleb explains the importance — limitations of rapid tests. You can order your four free tests here.As some countries become more lenient in their pandemic restrictions, others are doubling down. China's zero-tolerance policy means some cities are still going through lockdowns in hopes of quashing any possible spread of the virus. Eva Dou reports on what this means for the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Jonny Moseley joins the show to talk about what he is doing for the Winter Olympics and the ski season, some possible confirmations on who is going to be on Celebrity Big Brother, and French actor Gaspard Ulliel who is the star of Marvel's ‘Moon Knight' series passed away at the aged 37 after a ski accident.
American Airlines CEO Doug Parker spoke with CNBC's Phil LeBeau and the ‘Squawk Box' team to break down the company's latest fourth-quarter earnings report. In his last interview as CEO, Parker considers omicron's impact on industry recovery, provides a bookings forecast for the spring, and discusses the nation's 5G rollout. The Winter Olympics kick off in two weeks, but NBC's announcers have decided against traveling to Beijing over Covid-19 concerns. Plus, is it finally time for NYC employees to return to the office--and the office commute? If they don't, there could be dire consequences for the rest of the city.In this episode:Doug Parker, @AmericanAirPhil LeBeau, @LebeaucarnewsJoe Kernen, @JoeSquawkBecky Quick, @BeckyQuickAndrew Ross Sorkin, @andrewrsorkinKatie Kramer, @Kramer_Katie
Ice-skating is an increasingly popular way to work out in winter. Watch the video to find out why we love skating (& you should too!) This is a sideline mini-series of Takeaway Chinese, called Niuniu's Winter Olympics classroom. In this bonus mini-season, we talk about the 7 major sports of the 2022 Winter Olympics and some culture elements of the Games. We also have a stop-motion animation version on our Facebook page Learn Chinese, make sure to check them out!
Just ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics, Erika speaks with three women from the U.S. hockey team heading to Beijing. They talk about the new pressure as returning champions, what life is like in the Olympic village, and why a team prankster is so important. In our "Work Like a Girl" segment, we hear from one listener who started her own business making gag gifts that turned out to have medical applications. Erika also runs through the week's headlines, answers your questions, and offers adulting advice on how to invest in the stock market. And for an added bonus this week, you'll get a behind-the-scenes look at one of our production meetings where things got a bit tense. We share it with you because we want to hear what you think, because feedback is a gift. You won't want to miss it. (00:01:25) Headlines (00:14:24) Q&A (00:24:32) U.S. Women's Hockey (00:51:11) Adulting (00:52:40) Work Like a Girl (00:54:59) Production Meeting
Reigning Olympic gold medalist, Mariama Jamanka never thought the words 'Olympic Champion' would apply to her, as a relative newcomer to bobsledding and as a member of the former 2nd German sled. In PyeongChang, Mariama and brakewoman, Lisa Buckwitz shattered all expectations, shocking the world by winning gold. In this episode, we speak with Mariama about her underdog gold medal and what it's like being a woman of color bobsledder. Going into the 2018 Games she kept thinking, "We are not the favorites. I have never won a medal for first place." Hear how things have changed. Contributing experts include Heike Größwang (Secretary General, International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation) and Jerry Brewer (National sports columnist for the Washington Post). Media Clips from: -NBC Sports' 'Black Bobsledders Make History - 2018 Winter Olympics' -Olympics.com's 'Germany's Mariama Jamanka takes Women's Gold | Bobsleigh' -IBSF 'Highlights BMW World Cup women's bobsleigh in Innsbruck - Igls' Facebook Post -Sunflowerboy_xd 74 YouTube, COOL RUNNINGS | The Second Race ["Feel the Rhythm! Feel the Rhyme!" ] -IBSF 'From summer to Winter Olympics' Facebook Post
This week on It Was a Thing on TV we're bringing you all the sports, all the specials when lit and all the action on Tatooine. First, CBS' ratings were languishing in the late 1980s and early 1990s, so they spent a lot of money to acquire almost every major sporting event of 1990, plus the Winter Olympics of 1992 and 1994. Most of the events weren't that thrilling, the return on investment wasn't what was expected, and the Dream Season of 1990 was closer to a nightmare. Next, we have our second (and likely last) edition of the pinball machine show. We talk about 9 more TV-themed pinball machines, mainly from the last 15 years. Finally, in the show's first attempt with Stream Lounge, Greg and Chico do a livewatch of the first episode on their first broadcast of The Book of Boba Fett on Disney+. Remember to follow us on our socials @itwasathingontvpodcast on Facebook and @itwasathingontv on Instagram and Twitter. Timestamps 0:40 - CBS Sports '90 1:45:30 - Classic Commercial Break 1:49:06 - TV Themed Pinball Part 2 2:43:59 - The Jenny Position Commercial 2:45:29 - The Book of Boba Fett Premiere
Overnight, two wireless giants rollout the new 5G technology after agreeing to delay that rollout near some airports — an inside look at safety concerns. Plus, the White House has launched a website to provide free at-home Covid tests for every household. And, a TODAY Exclusive — we're chatting with two members of the four-man Jamaican bobsled team set to compete at the Winter Olympics for the first time in more than two decades.
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Welcome back to Season 2, Episode 120 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Kristi Yamaguchi on this week's show. We interview Asian entrepreneurs around the world to amplify their voices and empower Asians to pursue their dreams and goals. We believe that each person has a message and a unique story from their entrepreneurial journey that they can share with all of us. Check us out on Anchor, iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Spotify, and more. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave us a positive 5-star review. This is our opportunity to use the voices of the Asian community and share these incredible stories with the world. We release a new episode every Wednesday and Saturday, so stay tuned! Kristi Yamaguchi captured the gold medal in the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France in figure skating. She is also a 2-time World champion and U.S. National Champion. Kristi is a member of the US Figure Skating Hall of Fame, World Figure Skating Hall of Fame and the US Olympic Hall of Fame. She recently received the USOPC's Jesse Owens Olympic Spirit Award for “serving as a powerful force for good in society” as well as the 2019 Heisman Humanitarian Award for the work of her Always Dream organization. Following a long and successful career in professional figure skating including 10 years of touring with Stars On Ice, Kristi took to the dance floor to win the mirror ball trophy with partner Mark Ballas in season 6 of the popular TV show “Dancing With The Stars.” In 1996, she founded Kristi Yamaguchi's Always Dream whose mission is to give children from low income families access to high quality books in the home environment. Aiming to close the opportunity gap and digital divide with an innovative, family engagement program. Www.alwaysdream.org . In 2012, Kristi added New York Times Best-Selling author to her list of achievements by introducing her first children's picture book, “Dream Big, Little Pig!”, and then following up with “It's A Big World, Little Pig!” and a third title “Cara's Kindness”. Kristi resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, 2-time US Olympian and Stanley Cup Champion, Bret Hedican, and their daughters Keara and Emma. To stay connected within the AHN community, please join our AHN directory: bit.ly/AHNDirectory --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/asianhustlenetwork/support
Lindsey Vonn isn't just physically tough – she's also known as one of the most mentally strong athletes. She started competing in international skiing competitions when she was just nine years old, and went on to become the most decorated female skier in history, including winning three Olympic Winter Games medals. And along the way, Lindsey dealt with a number of terrifying injuries, which challenged her mental and physical strength. After retiring from professional skiing, Lindsey's switched arenas, starting her own production company, writing a memoir and leading her own foundation. In this episode, Lindsey talks about: How competition has served her - and hurt her Career setbacks and how injuries actually helped her Learning to trust people she was competing with Building a risk-tolerant mindset Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
David Quinn, the head coach of Team USA at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing China joins Craig and Sean to discuss USA's roster, including Jake Sanderson Brendan Brisson, Matty Beniers and goalie Strauss Mann. Quinn talks about the style of play for the team, team bonding and the risk of playing overseas during the pandemic. Craig and Sean take a look at two very attractive trade chips in Marc-Andre Fleury and Claude Giroux, and what teams could use these players the most, and we talk about the pending cap crunch in Vegas with Jack Eichel's return on the horizon, and how the Pittsburgh Penguins franchise is everything that the Edmonton Oilers should be striving to be. They guys also discuss the hiring of Kent Hughes as the new General Manager in Montreal, and how the success of Bill Zito in Florida, a fellow former agent, may have led to Hughes' hiring with the Canadiens. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Molly Bloom (@ImMollyBloom), Author, Podcaster, Entrepreneur and subject of the book and movie “Molly's Game” joins Sports Business Radio to share her incredible story and discuss her latest projects. Molly Bloom, a world-class skier who comes from a very accomplished family, was severely injured during a qualifying event for the Winter Olympics and her skiing career ended. Instead of following her original plan to attend law school, Bloom moved to Los Angeles where she would eventually run card games for movie stars, investment bankers, pro athletes and wealthy individuals. Buy in for these games started at $250K and players would win or lose $100M. Bloom was targeted by the Italian mob and eventually arrested by 17 FBI agents. Molly tells Sports Business Radio how she rebuilt her life after losing everything but her freedom, how she has battled drug and alcohol addiction and how she learned how to be an entrepreneur who never settled for rejection. She turned her remarkable story into an asset which was made into a movie, “Molly's Game”, by award-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin (and stars Jessica Chastain, Idris Elba and Kevin Costner). Bloom shares the story with us about the struggle to find a studio and screenwriter/director for “Molly's Game" before Sorkin signed on. Bloom also shares details for her new podcast “Torched”, which debits January 18 on podcast platforms everywhere. “Torched" is a podcast about the heat of competition. On Season 1, Bloom tells stories of scandal, controversy, and redemption on the biggest world stage: the Olympics. Lastly, Bloom discusses her second book project, titled “Powerful”, which she is working on. LISTEN to the award-winning Sports Business Radio podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music and at www.sportsbusinessradio.com. Follow Sports Business Radio on Twitter @SBRadio and on Instagram and Tik Tok @SportsBusinessRadio. This week's edition of Sports Business Radio is presented by Rhone - the Official Menswear partner of Sports Business Radio. Rhone makes the absolute highest quality, best fitting and most comfortable performance-driven clothing for men. Their entire line places emphasis on an active, balanced, and purpose-driven lifestyle. Visit www.rhone.com and enter the promo code SBR20 to save 20% at checkout. Sports Business Radio is powered by Malka Sports (@MalkaSports) and produced by Griggs Productions (@GriggsProductions). #MollyBloom #MollysGame #Entrepreneur #Skiing #Poker #HighStakes #Movie #Podcaster #Speaker #Book #Torched #FBI #AaronSorkin #Podcast #Resilience #SportsBusinessRadio #BrianBerger Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
After a meteoric rise, China today is one of the world's most powerful nations. Just a century ago, it was a crumbling empire with literacy reserved for the elite few, as the world underwent a massive technological transformation that threatened to leave them behind. Jing Tsu, a Yale professor and world-renowned authority on East Asian languages joins us to discuss her new book, "Kingdom of Characters: The Language Revolution That Made China Modern." Jing Tsu will also be acting as a correspondent for NBC during the upcoming coverage of the Winter Olympic Games in Beijing.
In today's top stories, China will no longer sell tickets to the Beijing Winter Olympics, Amazon will continue to accept UK-issued Visa cards and airlines seek more 5G protections to avoid disruptions.
This is Covid 411, the latest on Omicron and other COVID variants, and new hotspots for January 18th, 2022. Brace yourself, here's a story about how more vaccine shots may not always be the answer. An Israeli hospital's preliminary research suggests a fourth dose of vaccine adds only limited defense against Omicron. That makes things a little tricky politically because Israel just started giving people over age 60 fourth shots. The US Surgeon General says don't get too enamored of the good news you've been hearing. He says the Omicron wave started later in some parts of the country, so we shouldn't be looking for a peak in those places, and the next few weeks will be tough. He says the problem is we're running out of healthcare workforce and the crush of COVID patients is still expected to get substantially higher. Even where there are still doctors on the job, the stress on the system means those doctors are starting to get worn out and make mistakes. That's what's happening in England. A survey shows 25% of doctors in the NHS are so tired that their ability to treat patients has become impaired. In at least seven cases, patients were actually harmed. Brace yourself again, an honest admission from a government bureaucrat. The Director of the CDC told the Wall Street Journal the messaging and communication around the pandemic should have been clearer. She said, "I think what I have not conveyed is the uncertainty in a lot of these situations." Going to the Winter Olympics in Beijing? No you're not. Tickets won't be sold to the general public in response to the pandemic. However, if you're a friend of Communist Chinese authorities, you might still have tickets distributed to you. But even then, you have to be a resident of China's mainland and in compliance with COVID countermeasures. In the United States, cases were up 98%, deaths are up 57%, and hospitalizations are up 61% over 14 days. The 7-day average of new cases has been trending down since January 14. The five states that had the most daily deaths per 100,000 are Indiana, New Mexico, Michigan, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. There are 23,591,203 active cases in the United States. The five areas with the greatest increase in hospitalizations per capita: Puerto Rico 159%. The U.S. Virgin Islands 151%. Alabama 144%. Louisiana 141%. And Florida 129%. The top 10 areas with the highest number of recent cases per capita according to The New York Times: West Feliciana, LA. Pitkin, CO. Teton, WY. Greensville, VA. Covington, MS. Tom Green, TX. Uvalde, TX. Kodiak Island Borough, AK. Rolette, ND. And Yazoo, MS. There have been at least 851,449 deaths in the U.S. recorded as Covid-related. The top 3 vaccinating states by percentage of population that's been fully vaccinated: Vermont at 78.5%, Rhode Island at 77.8%, and Maine at 76.8%. The bottom 3 vaccinating states are Wyoming at 48.2%, Alabama at 48.4%, and Mississippi at 49.1%. The percentage of the U.S. that's been fully vaccinated is 62.8%. Globally, cases were up 102% and deaths up 17% over 14 days, with the 7-day average trending up since October 15. There are now over 56 million active cases around the world, at 56,773,810. The five countries with the most new cases: The United States 389,553. India 222,579. Spain 110,489. Argentina 102,458. And France 102,144. There have been 5,544,691 deaths reported as Covid-related worldwide. For the latest updates, subscribe for free to Covid 411 on your podcast app or ask your smart speaker to play the Covid 411 podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The news to know for Tuesday, January 18th, 2022! We'll tell you what the nation's top doctor has to say about this latest Covid-19 surge and what to expect in the next few weeks. Also, new details about how the hostages in a Texas synagogue were able to get away and what the gunman said during the standoff. Plus, another change to the Winter Olympics two and a half weeks before they start, a massive asteroid you might be able to see from home, and scripted TV series are hitting a record. Those stories and more in around 10 minutes! Head to www.theNewsWorthy.com/shownotes for sources and to read more about any of the stories mentioned today. This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp.com/newsworthy and Seed.com/newsworthy Thanks to The NewsWorthy INSIDERS for your support! Become one here: www.theNewsWorthy.com/insider
We begin today with what's happening between OANN and DirecTV. Next, we have an update in the hostage situation in Colleyville, Texas. Then, we discuss Tonga's volcanic eruption, a concerning discovery from Microsoft, and the Senate's debate on voting rights legislation. To close the show, let's finish off with some Omnicron headlines. Resources/Articles mentioned this episode: Axios: “DirecTV to remove conservative news network OANN” CNN: “The FBI is investigating the Texas hostage standoff as a ‘terrorism-related' incident, the agency says” NY Times: “Officials Investigating Synagogue Attacker's Link to 2010 Terror Case” BBC: “Tonga tsunami: Anxious wait for news after Tonga cut off” AP News: “Microsoft discloses malware attack on Ukraine govt networks” NY Times: “Senate Democrats Press Ahead With Debate on Voting Rights Bill” AP News: “Israel study: 4th vaccine shows limited results with omicron” NPR: “In Greece, unvaccinated people ages 60 and up now face monthly fines” Washington Post: “China halts Winter Olympics ticket sales as omicron arrives in Beijing” Axios: “CDC director says COVID-19 messaging should have been clearer”
Do you believe in Rewatchables?! The Ringer's Bill Simmons and Chris Ryan head back to Lake Placid in the 1980 Winter Olympics to rewatch ‘Miracle,' starring Kurt Russell. Producer: Craig Horlbeck Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Alex Stone comes on the show to talk about the Winter Olympics. The unvaccinated in Europe are falling out of society. Rebecca Bodenheimer from Politico wrote an article about being shunned from her progressive mom's group.
Rob, Nico and Nick discuss renaming the show, the Winter Olympics, the surging Cincinnati Bengals, politics, concerts vs live comedy, 2024 eclipse plans, playing the… The post Two Cents Radio: Episode #297 – Three Cents Radio appeared first on Too Many Thoughts.
Today we talk Olympic women's hockey with special guest Erica Ayala. Erica introduces new women's hockey fans to the nuances of the women's competition, and we discuss how the teams such as Canada, Denmark, and Sweden earn their spot in Beijing for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games. We also break down Team USA's roster that includes veterans such as Kendall Coyne Schofield and Hillary Knight and the talented Megan Bozek and Abby Roque. Which teams competing are contenders and which are pretenders? We discuss it all on today's social Olympic episode! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Winter Olympics begin on 4th February in Beijing and Team GB will be sending around 50 athletes with the hopes of bringing back a clutch of medals. The run up to the Games has been challenging – Covid has made competition extremely difficult for athletes and there have been diplomatic rows over China's human rights records - but who are our medal prospects? Chloe Tilley speaks to Georgina Harland, Britain's first ever female Chef de Mission and Lizzy Yarnold, Britain's most successful Winter Olympian. On Wednesday afternoon, 23-year-old school teacher Ashling Murphy was murdered while jogging along the banks of the Grand Canal in Tullamore, Ireland. It is believed that she was assaulted and killed by a man acting alone. The case has shocked the nation and revived concerns about women's safety in public spaces in Ireland and the UK. We speak to Irish Times reporter Jade Wilson and veteran activist Ailbhe Smyth, who spoke at a vigil for Ashling outside Irish parliament. Women diagnosed with cervical cell changes following cervical screening can be unprepared for the experience - they can feel ashamed, isolated and frightened, that's according to new research by Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust. Kate Sanger is head of policy, from the Trust. In a recent interview on Woman's Hour one guest talked about the limits having a child has placed on her and said she'd “make a better father than mother”. We explore what motherhood and fatherhood mean and the gender roles parents take on in society today. Lawyer Lucy McGrath is the biological mother of a six year old. She's also her family's main bread winner and known as mum. Her wife is mummy and the full time care giver. Do same sex relationships model alternative parenting styles or simply replicate the same power dynamics in a different guise? Lucy joins Emma Barnett to discuss the issues with the academic Dr Charlotte Faircloth. £29.4 billion was invested into UK tech companies in 2021. A record amount. Yet female founded companies only saw 1.1% of it. Down from 2.4% in 2020. Why are female run businesses finding it so hard to get investment funding? Debbie Wasskow OBE, entrepreneur and founder of Allbright, and Samira Ann Qassim, founder of Pink Salt Ventures, explain some of the problems women founders face when starting-up businesses - including finding funding. Presenter: Chloe Tilley Producer: Kirsty Starkey Interviewed Guest: Jade Wilson Interviewed Guest: Ailbhe Smyth Interviewed Guest: Georgina Harland Interviewed Guest: Lizzy Yarnold Interviewed Guest: Kate Sanger Interviewed Guest: Lucy McGrath Interviewed Guest: Dr Charlotte Faircloth Interviewed Guest: Debbie Wasskow Interviewed Guest: Samira Ann Qassim
This area has a local athlete to follow on the USA Women Hockey Team at the Winter Olympics. Abbey Murphy returns to the show this week to talk about her journey and what is ahead for her and Team USA next month in Beijing. We are also joined by Lisa Rank, who has a unique opportunity for local youths to make an environmental impact. Plus, let's taste a hot pepper beer with John Brand at Open Outcry Brewing Company. Brought to you by The First National Bank of Evergreen Park! Find the account that is right for you AND get your FREE EP Podcast Car Magnet there today! Get the latest news and information concerning everything going on in and around Evergreen Park, and stay connected to your neighbors! New On-Demand Podcasts release on Mondays, with weekend specials on some Fridays. Every week Evergreen Park residents join their neighbor Chris Lanuti at a 9-foot homemade basement bar. Listen, interact & get all of your free subscription options at theEPpodcast.com!
NHL and MLB Network's Jon Morosi joins Dave and Bob for a profile on what Kraken draft pick Matty Beniers will bring to the team when he arrives in the NHL and what to watch for when he plays on Team USA in the Winter Olympics. Plus, a discussion on whether the Kraken can pull out of their slump and a reason why there could be optimism around the MLB labor talks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
China is canceling all of their flights ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics, a man had heart surgery which doctors replaced his heart with a pig, the James Webb telescope was expected to work for 10 years before it runs out of fuel and falls out of orbit, a 46 year old music teacher who lives with his elder mom accidentally took her son's weed brownies to a card game with her friends, and top things we nagging each other about!
This week on Binge Boys, Hal and Lon discuss all the streaming news that's coming in fresh for 2022 including: NBC plans to get the 2022 Winter Olympics right on Peackock Plus CBS/Viacom's new Covid productions woes The CW is up for sale New series coming in the worlds of Scott Pilgrim, Roald Dahl, and Beavis & Butthead Amazon takes another big-budget swing with the Fallout game series This week the Boys Binged: The Lost Daughter (Netflix) Book of Boba Fett Ep.2 (Disney Plus) Encanto (Disney Plus) Be sure to give us a review on iTunes (5 stars please)! Follow Lon on Instagram & Twitter and sign up for his Streaming Newsletter! Follow Hal on Instagram & Twitter check out his Twitch Channel Theme song by Jason Kaye Produced By Travis Reaves Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jack starts out the new year in appropriate Janus fashion, employing the aid of budding foreign-policy guru Jimmy Quinn to look back on the year that was in China news concering three areas (Uyghur genocide, Winter Olympics, Taiwan) and to take a guess at what this year might bring in each one.
Jack starts out the new year in appropriate Janus fashion, employing the aid of budding foreign-policy guru Jimmy Quinn to look back on the year that was in China news concering three areas (Uyghur genocide, Winter Olympics, Taiwan) and to take a guess at what this year might bring in each one.
It's been described as the world's first criminal case brought over state-led torture in Syria. A court in Koblenz, Germany, gave a life sentence to Anwar Raslan. He's a former Syrian colonel who'd been linked to crimes against humanity at a notorious prison in Damascus during his country's civil war. Raslan was found guilty of mass torture and killings at a detention centre known as Branch 251. Also in the programme: British and Dutch athletes heading to Beijing for next month's Winter Olympics have been warned about taking their own personal mobile phones with them over fears they could be spied on by the Chinese government; and Ronnie Spector, lead singer of the 1960s all-girl group The Ronettes, has died at the age of 78. (Photo: A woman reacts as she shows a picture of her relatives, who died in Syria, after the verdict against a former Syrian secret police officer, at the Higher Regional Court in Koblenz, Germany, 13 January 2022. In the world's first trial on Syrian state torture, Anwar Raslan has been sentenced to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity, 27 counts of murder and other offences. This was announced by the Higher Regional Court in Koblenz. Credit: EPA/Sascha Steinbach)
Musa and Ryan round up a few of the midweek games before opening up the mailbag! There's chat about Real Madrid's extra-time win over Barcelona in the Supercopa de España semifinal (04:17), Chelsea seeing off Spurs in the Carabao Cup and wins for West Ham and Southampton in the Premier League (09:17). Next up, it's onto Inter beating Juventus in the Supercoppa Italiana (11:57), the wild goings on in Mali's win over Tunisia and the close games in AFCON so far (15:18), some January transfer-window happenings, including one signing they'd each like to see and their favorite January signings of all time (26:55). Finally, they discuss which Winter Olympics events they'll be watching (37:46) and whether the 'Stadio' footballing opinions are always as harmonious as they seem … (39:54). Hosts: Musa Okwonga and Ryan Hunn Producer: Ryan Hunn Additional Production Assistance: Isaiah Blakely Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Center for the New Jersey Devils, Jack Hughes joins Ray and Dregs to talk about his season thus far, playing for the US National Team Development Program, how special it is to play in the NHL with Quinn and Luke on the way, growing ups in the Hughes household, what traits they get from mom and dad, signing for another 8 years in New Jersey, if he has a goal in mind for himself, how important his game day naps are plus much more. #AskRayandDregsAnything sees questions on Lidstrom's new role with the Red Wings, the Leafs and what Ray's favorite stick he used was. Coolbet Kris talks more about the NFL ahead of playoffs and about future Winter Olympics and MLB odds to watch out. This week's episode is presented by Coolbet.co the free to play sports and casino games website, by our pals at Canadian Club Whisky: who are asking: 'Are You Over Beer?', by Boston Pizza - pick it up or get it delivered right to your door, let Boston Pizza do the cooking tonight and by Netcoins.ca: 'Crypto Made Easy,' by Endy.ca: use code RD75 for $75 off your mattress order. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's ATTITUDES! Erin is back and this week is discussing JAMA's recent study that shows that female patients have a 30% higher risk of death when under the knife of a male surgeon as opposed to a female. Bryan touches on Timothy LeDuc becoming the first openly non-binary athlete to compete at the Winter Olympics, and also MJ Rodriguez becoming the first trans actress to win a Golden Globe! All this plus House of Gucci, Daniel Craigs hot dad bod, and death doulas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On the 71st episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by a member of both the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame – the legendary sportscaster Bob Costas joins the show for a lengthy conversation on a variety of topics (04:38 – 01:10:50). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) for this week's edition of the “Opening Kick” (01:06 – 03:50). This week, Morten reflects on a special night for the Georgia Bulldogs, winning their first College Football National Championship since 1980.We then move to our interview with Bob Costas, where he discusses a wide range of topics: dealing with a terrible eye infection while hosting the 2014 Winter Olympics (05:24); his perspective on the Antonio Brown story, and why he thinks his problems go way beyond football (06:52); returning to HBO and reviving his old show (10:09); why his biggest professional regret is giving up his late night show “Later” on NBC (12:14); why Adam Vinatieri passing Morten on the all-time scoring list was a good thing for Morten, and the next two kickers to be joining him and Jan in the Pro Football Hall of Fame (15:55); his keys to being a great interviewer (17:16); his favorite interview ever (21:25); why he'd love to interview Barry Bonds, and what he thinks will happen with Bonds and Roger Clemens when it comes to Hall of Fame voting (25:57); why he believes Curt Schilling should be in the Hall of Fame, regardless of his political views (27:53); trying to decide which of the major events he covered throughout his career was his favorite (28:16); how to handle the mammoth that is hosting the Olympics in primetime (30:25); the battle on obscure sports he lost to NBC Sports (35:34); why the Barcelona Olympics in 1992 stand above the rest for him personally (37:18); what makes a tough interview (38:32); his thoughts on MLB Network parting ways with Ken Rosenthal after critical remarks made about Rob Manfred (40:14); his thoughts on the MLB lockout and what he thinks is the biggest problem with the game of baseball right now (41:24); why he does not envy the position NBC is in with the Olympics this year (46:38); his thoughts on the Chiefs, Packers and Buccaneers heading into the NFL Playoffs (49:04); “The Name Game,” featuring John Madden, Al Michaels, Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth, Dick Enberg and Dick Ebersol (54:46); and why he'd love to sit down for an interview with both Morten and Gary Anderson (01:07:02).Then we move to a special edition of “Morten's Fast 5,” where our Hall of Famer makes picks for all six games being played this Wild Card Weekend (01:12:11 – 01:21:36). Morten gives his picks for Raiders at Bengals (01:13:02), Patriots at Bills (01:14:35), Eagles at Buccaneers (01:16:09), 49ers at Cowboys (01:17:33), Steelers at Chiefs (01:18:44) and Cardinals at Rams (01:20:03).Finally, we close things out with “Morten's Game Winner” – a weekly monologue from The Great Dane on his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, Morten talks about Bob Costas and the art of a great interview (01:21:36).
On today's show, we discuss China debuting the digital yuan at the Winter Olympics. Finally some upward Bitcoin price action. Will it keep going up? and we wrap up the show chatting about crypto creating generation wealth. Why are younger investors in crypto? Around the Blockchain is your favorite Cryptocurrency show discussing Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cardano, and the top altcoins. Our four crypto experts include MacNCheeasy, Crypto Keeper, Gareth Soloway, and Ben Armstrong. Tune in for their insightful crypto analysis!
Lindsey Vonn is one of the most successful female alpine skiers in the history of the sport, competing in four Winter Olympic Games, and winning four overall World Cup championships before retiring in 2019. Now, she's releasing a memoir called, RISE: My Story, about her early life and career. Vonn is with us to discuss the book.
Today on the Zeoli Show, breaking news of another record high of the inflation rates hitting the United States under President Biden at an average of 7%. Americans are feeling it from everything from plumbing costs to your average stop to the grocery store and gas pump. It all falls at the feet of President Biden and Democrats unable to escape this as midterms approach. 6:02-We don't want to move on from COVID-19 6:07-NEWS 6:09-President Biden speaks in Georgia on the Democrats' voting rights act and eliminating the filibuster 6:11-Governor Murphy announces extension of school mask mandate 6:25-Philadelphia health commissioner believes COVID case numbers are starting to dip 6:26-Elvis Costello doesn't want his song "Oliver's Army" played anymore 6:40- Top 5 states with fleeing residents all have Democratic Governors 6:43-Callers on supply issues at grocery stores 7:02-NEWS 7:08-Issues of supply at grocery stores 7:12-Will Governor Wolf follow the likes of Governor Murphy declaring another state of emergency over COVID-19 again? 7:15-School comes together in support of teacher who put her son in trunk of her car after they tested positive for COVID-19 7:23-The Nightmare on Elm Street house sells for about $3 million house 7:30-The military is doing exercises on guerilla warfare 7;40-Department of Justice announces a new department that will look into domestic terrorism 7:45-What's on the Cut Sheet | Dr. Fauci vs. Senator Paul | Senator Elizabeth Warren goes after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on climate change | Howard Stern wants tennis to throw Novak Djokovic out over vaccine status | Biden calls Kamala Harris President again | MSNBC knows Biden pushing for the voting rights bill is all a show | 8:02-Do we need a Scream 5? 8:08-Dr. Fauci says the Omicron variant will find everyone 8:10-Should we just let Omicron spread? 8:20-NEWS 8:27-It's time to finally take out your Christmas tree 8:37-Parts of China are in lockdown again over another outbreak of another disease. 8:39-Does it make sense for Americans to still participate in the 2022 Winter Olympics? 8:53-Virginia students forced to learn outside in the 20 degree weather 9:02-NEWS 9:07-Americans are reading less 9:13-Inflation rises to 7% 9:27-Senator Bernie Sanders proposes a bill to make facemasks free for all Americans 9:40- What's on the Cut Sheet 2 | Jim Gardner's final 11pm broadcast on 6ABC | Governor Murphy redeclares the public health emergency in New Jersey | Dr. Scott Gotlieb says cloth masks don't work | Trump wants people who got the booster to tell people they did 9:55-Final Thoughts Photo by: Megan Varner / Stringer
The 2022 Winter Olympic Games will open in three weeks in Beijing China. One hour from Beijing, the port city of Tianjin is in total lockdown. Two more cities are also in a Covid-19 lockdown. Together, the three cities have a combined population of over 20 million people. Rick Wiles and Doc Burkhart have some chilling information to share with you today as we try to discern what is really happening in China. Airdate 1/11/22.
The IRS is warning there could be a “frustrating season” ahead with challenges caused by the pandemic and budget cuts — why the federal government says now is the time to start thinking about your taxes. Plus after a slip on the ice cost speed skater Erin Jackson her shot at Team USA, fellow speed skater Brittany Bowe gave her one of her spots — they will join us to talk about that selfless gesture that has both women heading to the Winter Games. And, Hoda Kotb chats with Denzel Washington about “The Tragedy of Macbeth.”
Craig and Sean discuss John Klingberg's frustration with the Dallas Stars, and the likelihood of him being on the move at trade deadline. The guys take a look at the Pittsburgh Penguins, the recent hot streak, the imminent return of Evgeni Malkin from injury and how Sidney Crosby and his mates play has delayed the Pens rebuild. Custance and Gentille also highlight the impactful 'Tape Out Hate' campaign that the Hockey Diversity Alliance put out this week in association with Budweiser. In segment two, Craig and Sean welcome former NHL'er Jim Slater who was a part of the 2018 Winter Olympic roster for Team USA. Slater, the former Atlanta Thrasher and Winnipeg Jets forward shares his experiences playing on a non NHL Olympic roster, the memories that he holds dear from the 2018 Olympic games, and how he would build Team USA's roster this year. Jim also discusses his job in player development with the Washington Capitals, and some of the youngsters that have been elevated this season to a very competitive Capitals roster, including, Connor McMichael, Aliaksei Protas and local kid Joe Snively. In segment three, the boys respond to your questions and comments on the Athletic app in what easily is the can't miss segment of the week on The Athletic Hockey Show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tianjin, a large city near Beijing with 14 million people, reported 41 COVID-19 cases over the weekend. With the Winter Olympics less than a month away, the city is carrying out round-the-clock, mandatory COVID-19 tests. And students and teachers in Uganda reunited today, after nearly two years of COVID-19 shutdowns. We hear why many Ugandan students still won't be returning to their classrooms. Plus, tango is one of the most famous musical genres coming out of Argentina, but its history is steeped in sexism. Now, some tango musicians are part of a movement to write songs with a feminist lens.
This week on the Next Shift Hockey Podcast we are joined by North Easton, Mass native, NCAA National Champion with the Boston University Terriers, 1977 4th Round NHL draft pick of the Atlanta Flames, 1980 Gold Medalist and Goaltender for the "Miracle on Ice" Team, Founder and CEO at Gold Medal Strategies, Jim Craig. We chatted with JC about the NHL's decision to opt out of the 2022 Winter Olympics, his path to BU and relationship with Jack Parker, the "Miracle on Ice" and winning gold in 1980, his transition out of hockey and his work with Gold Medal Strategies. Thanks for coming on the show Jim Craig!