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TRUE CRIME On this episode we talk about a lesser known domestic terrorist incident involving the full might of the FBI coming down on a small cabin in the wilderness in Idaho; the Weaver family were ensnared in their mountain cabin in the summer of 1992 in what has become known as The Siege at Ruby Ridge. Pegged as a white supremacist, Randy Weaver moved his family up into the wilderness of Idaho and decided to live a simpler life. His wife Vicky and son Sammy were killed in a shootout with...more
William Shatner, Candice Berger, Conan O'Brien, and Aaron Gordon are featured, along with some new material.
This week on The Best of Car Talk, Amy's brilliant husband's brain doesn't have room to process a few small details while driving, like keeping the car in his lane. Amy's screams of terror don't seem to be helping him improve, so she may need to figure out a creative (and potentially disgusting) way to convince him she needs to drive. Elsewhere, seminary student Matt's truck is leaking oil onto someone else's driveway and fixing it would cost more than the truck is worth. Also, Tom's daughter is...more
House Intelligence Chair Adam Schiff joins Jon to discuss the release of the (redacted) Mueller report, the congressional response, and the role of impeachment. Then Jason Leopold, Paul W. Downs, and Mitra Jouhari help break down the Republican reaction, Bernie’s Fox News town hall, Notre Dame instagrams, and the 12 percent of Americans who have never heard of Mike Pence. Imagine that.
Adam and Producer Gary break down the Mueller Report and discuss other current events as they wait for Mark Geragos, who is in court with his client Clare Bronfman as she pleads guilty to the charges agains her in the Nxivm case, to join the show.
Russell Brand is an English comedian, actor, radio host, author, and activist. His new book “Mentors” is available now, and his podcast called “Under The Skin” is available on Luminary.
This week Wynter and Karen chat with Ellington Wells, a comedian and writer on Comedy Central’s brand new sketch show The New Negroes with Open Mike Eagle and Baron Vaughn. The panel takes a look at how black sketch comedy has involved and Wells tell us what Robert Townsend TV special inspired Vaughn to create a show with a similar sensibility. All Abouts Wynter: No Good Nick Karen: Season 4 of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Ellington: Britney's Gram podcast special episode That's My Jam Ellington: Ava Max...more
Andrew might have started a fight between two strangers last night, while Luke finds himself in the middle of his own donnybrook online. Plus we have some Music For Your Weekend! . . . Today's show is sponsored by DoorDash. Download the app and use the promo code TBTL to get $5 off your first order of $15 or more.
This week we talk about how Matt still hasn't played FTL, what all the Xbox One X-enhanced Splinter Cell news might mean, explain what all the PS5(?) news means, and a fair bit more! This week's music: Mark Ronson (ft. Lykke Li) - Late Night Feelings
Horatio and Chad are joined by Kevin Dorff and Jerry Minor. We open by crowning a new fan of the year @getpatrick (twitter). Chad tries to celebrate Tiger's win at the Masters but things devolve quickly and we go where the Hooray Show tends to go. Jerry's childhood friends' moms were groupies of P-Funk, Chuck Berry and Danny Thomas are disgusting human beings and Horatio catches Dorff in a private moment. Honk Honk
00:00: BDK 12:34: Tarik El Bashir 24:17: John Feinstein 38:50: Cakes hates Folger's coffee.
We are back after battling colds and life! Tia shares updates on the latest presidential candidates. Did you need a breakdown on why Israel & Palestine are beefiing? We got you! Beyonce slayed our lives, catch our reactions and our reflections on losing Nipsey Hussle. Do you share your food with your boo or is that crossing the line? And of course we discuss Game of Thrones triumphant return. If you haven't watched episode one spoilers and theories getting spilled here! So grab a glass of wine ...more
The fire at Notre Dame Cathedral, the threat of a Measles outbreak and the Extinction Rebellion protests are among the stories covered in this week's News Quiz. Host Miles Jupp is joined by Zoe Lyons, John Robins, Hugo Rifkind & Danielle Ward for Radio 4's long-running topical quiz. Zeb Soanes reads the news. The chair's script was written by Madeleine Brettingham, Lucy Clarke and Laura Major, with additional material by Catherine Brinkworth, Kat Sadler and Esyllt Sears. Produced by Vict...more
Sure, an episode about a common blood thinner may not sound particularly sexy. But we'd bet that once you hear the inspiring story of how moldy hay became a life saving medicine (with a detour as a rat poison) you may think differently. Music: "Medicines" by The Taxpayers
Mark Hinshaw, formerly with the Trump campaign, is teaming with Ted Bell for a new kind of stock car race where they go backwards at "high rates of speed." Bobbie Dooley is in the gym, angry that someone used a face app with one of her pictures and gave her a beard and curly hair. Bobbie says, "I’m gonna find the guy that did it." The BSP Classic Hour is from June 2003. Art Griego isn't on speaking terms with his 23-year old daughter because he tried to feel her breasts 5 years ago at her gradu...more
It's been a bit of a rough week for all of us, hasn't it? We started it all off with Tax Day, and we should have known then it'd be a little bit of a bad one. So to celebrate(?) the holiday that is tax season, we're talking about money! What do you do with it once you get it as a teen for the first time? What are taxes? Is credit a thing? Is debt good? Music: "Baby You Change Your Mind" by Nouvellas
Arthur Snell served in Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen and Zimbabwe as a diplomat and worked on the UK's anti-terrorism strategy 'Prevent'. In this revealing interview, Arthur gives a fascinating insight into the effects of Empire, Britain's role in the world and the dangers of working in some of the most volatile parts of the world. You can follow Christopher Hope on Twitter here: @SnellArthur You can follow Matt on Twitter here: @mattforde Email the show: firstname.lastname@example.org...more
Who decides what a cheerleader looks like? Or sounds like? In part two of a two-part episode, ELT digs into the complicated legacy of an American archetype.Guests: Natalie Adams, cheerleading researcher and professor at the University of Alabama; Sharita Richardson, cheerleading researcher, instructional coach at North Carolina A&T State University, and founder of Black Girls Cheer. Thanks to caller Jessica for the question. Special thanks to Vonciel Baker, one of the original seven Dal...more
Live from Redruth, Dan, James, Anna and Andrew discuss Disney-themed punishment, grandfather clocks, and George Eliot's massive right hand.
Actor Retta reflects on trading her career in chemistry for one in comedy, her "crazy" audition for the role of Donna on Parks And Recreation, and what she loves about portraying a fully realized character on Good Girls. Then, she revisits some old TV-centric reaction tweets in a game about shows she used to watch.