HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons brings in a slew of Ringer staffers for a special mock draft of the top 14 picks in the 2018 NBA draft.
Chris D'Elia and Will Sasso step in as special guest hosts with Bryan while Brendan is away in Texas. Sasso sneaks in and surprises D'Elia and the guys discuss sweet tartin asses, modern art ripoffs, celebrities they're starstruck by, playing corporate gigs and colleges, Brendan's vertigo cure, D'Elia's Starbucks in his guestroom and much more!
Rog and Davo break down Messi and his 10 friends from the Rosario YMCA falling to an imperious Croatia. Plus, Brazil see off Costa Rica with a pair of late goals and England's manager injures himself.
XXXTENTACION SHOT AND KILLED | A GIRL’S HEAD STUCK IN EXHAUST PIPE | AND MORE – What Up, SON?! LIVE @ 9:30 PM CST Tonight we are talking about the death of rapper XXXTentacion. We also discuss the reactions to XXXTentacion and his death and how controversial the man’s life was. We then talk about some things in the lighter side of the spectrum such as a woman getting her head stuck inside an exhaust pipe, a monkey who bites a woman in a Home Depot, and more! Last but not least, we are doing some Stardust reactions to Incredibles 2!
Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi addresses the nation through his Radio Address, Mann Ki Baat. This month's episode sees citizens from various corners of the nation addressing their questions and suggestions to PM Modi
From consumers' growing influence and vertical consolidation to the shift to value-based care and questions around drug pricing policy, there's a lot going on in the healthcare industry. Jo Natauri, global head of healthcare investing in Goldman Sachs' Merchant Banking Division, joins us in the studio to discuss what corporations and investors are focused on. "Operating-wise, these businesses are performing really well," Natauri says. "Healthcare is a defensive industry. But if you look at the environment right now, it's really tied to the risk around policy."
This podcast was recorded on May 14, 2018.
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A&R Director Alec Boateng joins Chuckie & Savage Dan to discuss singing Stormzy, talks whether instinct still plays a roll in industry buildings and misconceptions of the role he plays. Plus....Why are people more quick to take their phone out and record instead of help? And, is love realistic in 2018? #HalfcastPodcast @ChuckieOnline Savage Dan Guest: Alec Boateng Youtube.com/ChuckieOnline
John Barchard and James Seltzer take a look back on some of the what ifs, favorite plays of the season and a lot more. Plus they dive into the mailbag to see if anyone on the BGNR crew has any hidden talents and John thanks BGNR listener for help finding the lost dog he was in charge of this week.
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On this episode, Mike Hoffman was traded, Karlsson could be next, and the Ottawa Senators are a mess (00:00), Phil Kessel might accept a trade to the Arizona Coyotes (41:00), the Canadiens might be trading the third overall pick (50:00), should the Jackets trade Artemi Panarin? (59:00), THE TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS SIGNED PLAYERS (1:11:00), the PGA Tour is the worst (1:41:00), and gifts from a listener (1:46:00).
Charles Asbury’s newly digitized songs serve as a time capsule to the music of the 19th century.