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Welcome To WTAF - A THIS COUNTRY Podcast! The Top 3 Itunes Podcast about the BAFTA winning BBC comedy series 'This Country'.We celebrate one of the best new comedies to hit UK screens for years. We will be chatting about the episodes in depth, interviewing the stars, creators and fans of the show.Follow us on Facebook/Instagram/Twitter @thiscountrypodEmail wtafthiscountry@hotmail.com www.patreon.com/wtaf ©️Pavo&Neil Entertainment 2021
 
The Nick Margerrison podcast. Former Kerrang! Radio & LBC presenter Nick Margerrison's fortnightly podcast is a continuation of his often eclectic radio career. Building on the legacy of the critically acclaimed first series "The Cult Of Nick" this podcast looks at how topics which were explored back then are now considered to be the bare bones of what is frequently termed 'the intellectual dark web'. A proud Discordian Nick's take is always sincere but never too serious. Contact the show vi ...
 
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Patrick Newman is a fellow at the Mises Institute who have just published his new book. He talks about Rothbard's approach to history, whether the US revolution was libertarian, and the proper way to interpret Andrew Jackson. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. Patrick Newman's new book Crony…
 
This week, GBR invites you to kick back, relax and enjoy yet another recording from LitFest 2021. In this episode, Emily Riddle joins her pal Conor Kerr for the IRL launch of his debut novel AVENUE OF CHAMPIONS. Emily Riddle is nehiyaw and a member of the Alexander First Nation in Treaty 6. She lives in amiskwaciwâskahikan. A writer, public library…
 
Joe Corrigan talks to Tom, Dylan and Mark about his career as a Manchester City and England goalkeeper, Paul Ashworth discusses his journey as an international football manager, and Rob Hawden talks about his role as an Esports manager at Newcastle United, Leicester City and Rotherham United. Former Arsenal and Millwall player Nicola Waxler discuss…
 
Although she keeps much of her life private, Leona Lewis has recently felt a real need to speak up. In this chat with Fearne, she talks through why she’s so passionate about issues including racism and animal welfare, as well as explaining where her impressive work ethic comes from. Leona is the UK’s Queen of Christmas; she’s all for embracing the …
 
David Legates has a PhD in climatology and is Professor of Climatology at the University of Delaware. He discusses the new 3rd edition of the Independent Institute book, "Hot Talk, Cold Science: Global Warming's Unfinished Debate." Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. The Independent Institute…
 
Pat Nevin is back to talk about music, DJing and his book 'The Accidental Footballer' and former defenders David Artell - the current Crewe Alexandra manager - and Scott McNiven discuss the link between football and dementia. Our other guests are Jordan Gardner, co-owner of FC Helsingor in Denmark and Dundalk in Ireland and an investor in Swansea C…
 
We are not living at a natural pace. The modern world forces us to move through life incredibly quickly; Shaman Jo Bowlby helps people slow down and embrace stillness. In this chat with Fearne, Jo explains why we should be pursuing wisdom rather than just intellect, why quieting our analytical mind can help us get back in touch with our human essen…
 
On this episode of the show, writer and self-professed Casey Plett stan Devon Price sits down with—you guessed it—Casey Plett to discuss her newest short story collection A DREAM OF A WOMAN. In this wide-ranging conversation, the pair chat about the many forms of trans self-advocacy, addiction, spirituality, and more. Devon Price is a social psycho…
 
Kris Borer is an entrepreneur with a background in robotics and artificial intelligence. His new book is narrative non-fiction that illustrates why libertarianism cannot be defined precisely with physical concepts like force or property boundaries. Instead, Borer argues that libertarians should use praxeology to define conflict, aggression, and the…
 
On an extended edition of the Early Doors Football Podcast this week, our guests are Arsenal legend Alan Smith, Bath City manager Jerry Gill, comedian and former Plymouth player Paul Boardman, and Eastleigh Ladies assistant manager Brad Walsh. We start a focus on football clubs from around the world this week with a look at Marlow FC, who are 151 y…
 
It’s never too late to make a change; Annie Mac has left Radio 1 after 17 years of broadcasting and is ready to embrace parts of her identity she hasn’t had time to explore until now. In this chat with Fearne, Annie talks about feeling that we need to allow people to be more than one thing - that we need to embrace the sunshine and joy, but the dar…
 
Bob explains the economics of paid leave, and he points out some disturbing trends in the "post-libertarian" discussions about fighting tyranny. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The BLS' minimum wage stats. Curtis Yarvin on formalism. Part II, Chapter 8 from George Orwell's 1984. Bob's pamphlet COMMON SENSE: The Case for an Ind…
 
Former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton OBE and his wife Steph talk about Peter's 45-year gambling addiction and their book 'Saved'. Former Nepal, India, Malawi, Sudan and Rwanda manager Stephen Constantine and Fulham FC Women's head coach Steve Jaye are also on the show - and Mark chats with fans of Newcastle United, Southampton and West Ham who l…
 
Ian Crossland, frequent co-host on Tim Pool's podcast, explains his background in acting and his views on helping others to help themselves. Ian also explains his role in speaking unpopular truths. This was one of Bob's favorite conversations that is hard to classify. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this…
 
You’ve achieved the goals you set yourself for your career and personal life; what’s next? That’s the question Holly Willoughby has found herself asking recently. When you’re used to excellence and achievement, how do you break the loop of constantly living in the future, looking ahead instead of existing in the present and thinking about what will…
 
Music journalist Kate French-Morris, 29, found her calling in a University of California class taught by Greil Marcus (“he gets closer to Bob’s mind than anyone can, with his sideways thinking and his cattiness”). Kate shares a birthday with Dylan, but her main man might be Bruce Springsteen, who figures strongly in this, our first studio recording…
 
This week, GBR has the great honour of sharing the recording of one of this year’s most memorable LitFest events: a conversation between the Edmonton Poetry Festival’s Shima Robinson and Ian Williams, author of DISORIENTATION: BEING BLACK IN THE WORLD. Shima Robinson (also known as Dwennimmen) is the Artistic Producer of the Edmonton Poetry Festiva…
 
Dylan Kerr introduces Episode 11 - and we've included his outtakes - and Tom Watt recalls playing for the Eastenders charity team in front of more than 10,000 fans. Dumbarton manager Stevie Farrell discusses the state of Scottish football, and Mark Roach talks to Chinese football coach Yang Liu. It's AVM Awareness Month and Cherelle Khassal talks t…
 
It can at times feel like the cycle of negative news is endless, and living in fear can be debilitating, but ethologist and conservationist Dr Jane Goodall, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, is able to turn despair into hope. In this chat, she and Fearne talk about why we might want to be in nature to heal when feeling low, and where science a…
 
Host of A Neighbor's Choice radio program, David Gornoski talks about the recent removal of his YouTube channel. He summarizes the work of Rene Girard and shows how society still tries to use scapegoats to relieve tensions, even after Jesus showed us its futility. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this int…
 
Tony Dorigo talks about Gary Speed and some of the other great players he played with during his time with Aston Villa, Chelsea and Leeds United, being part of the Leeds title-winning team, and why he chose to play for England instead of Australia. Yeovil Town manager Darren Sarll talks to Mark about competing with the likes of Wrexham in the Natio…
 
Kerry Baldwin is a Christian libertarian who advances a nuanced position on abortion that seeks to protect the fetus while respecting the bodily rights of the mother. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. Kerry Baldwin's website, MereLiberty.com, with her work on abortion summarized here. Baldw…
 
A person’s identity is not up for debate; drag queen Bimini Bon Boulash is on a mission to ensure everyone feels safe to express who they are without fear. In this chat, Fearne and Bimini explore how everyone can question and choose to reject societal rules that they don’t personally resonate with, as well as how to better understand and support ot…
 
On this episode of Glass Bookshop Radio, Jason chats with the multi-talented Jordan Tannahill about his latest novel: THE LISTENERS. The two discuss the pursuit of artistic curiosity, moving between forms, cultivating community, and much more. Jordan Tannahill is a playwright, novelist, and director. His plays have been translated into ten language…
 
Ex QPR, West Ham and Manchester City winger Trevor Sinclair talks to Dylan and Tom about starting out at Blackpool and playing for England against Argentina at the 2002 World Cup. Mark chats with Oxford United manager Karl Robinson and his wife, the former Brookside actress Ann Marie Robinson (Davies), about work-life balance. In part 2 of a series…
 
Bob provides a running refutation of Stephanie Kelton's recent TED talk on Modern Monetary Theory (MMT). Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Stephanie Kelton's TED Talk. Bob's review of Kelton's book explaining MMT. Kelton's intro to MMT, The Deficit Myth. #Commissions Earned (As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchase…
 
How kindly do you talk to yourself? TV host, author, and speaker Mel Robbins spent a lifetime caught in a loop of negative self-talk, but she’s now learnt how to validate herself in the way she champions others. In this chat with Fearne, she explains the importance of daily habits. There’s no silver bullet when it comes to building confidence; you …
 
It’s often said that comparison is the thief of joy, and this proved to be true for Jesy Nelson. In this chat, she and Fearne talk through the fear of not being liked, and the freedom that’s come with reinventing herself as a solo artist. Jesy’s first solo single, Boyz, is out on Friday 8th October. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf…
 
Northern Ireland manager Ian Baraclough talks about the side's recent results, their upcoming World Cup qualifiers in Switzerland and Bulgaria, and managing the team. Ex Wolves, West Ham and Norwich winger Matt Jarvis discusses playing for England, recovering from injury and signing for Woking. Former referee Keith Hackett starts a new series of ch…
 
There’s adventure in not knowing what comes next, and having the confidence to throw yourself in anyway. Foo Fighters front man Dave Grohl has spent a lifetime doing just that. In this chat with Fearne he explains why he wants to grow old gracefully, but stay young at heart by embracing the spirit of exploration and curiosity. More of Dave’s storie…
 
Bob covers some of the key points in his new pamphlet on restoring the Republic of Texas. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Bob's new pamphlet, COMMON SENSE: The Case for an Independent Texas. Bob's recent appearance on Tim Pool's show. Bob's article on opting out of Social Security. Help support the Bob Murphy Show. The audio p…
 
While held captive for 32 months by Somali pirates, writer and Dylan fan Michael Scott Moore had plenty of opportunity to contemplate lyrics, especially All Along The Watchtower. He was given a Bible during his captivity and discovered, in Isaiah, “the ramparts, the princes, the two horsemen and the wildcat. The whole song clicked! It’s about the f…
 
For the first episode of Season 3, multidisciplinary writer David Demchuk joins Matthew to discuss his new novel RED X. They chat about their early encounters with horror, the relationship between horror and queer fear, and the transformative potential of queer horror as a genre. David Demchuk has been writing for print, stage, digital and other me…
 
Hey WTAF-ers! So here we are at the last podcast for a while until the WTAF LIVE 4 in November. So we thought we'd have a little look back at the last 199 episodes and the last, nearly, 5 years of WTAF. All the happy memories, wonderful guests, crazy live show moments. Also the sad memories too. Come along with us and relive it all!! WTAF LIVE 4 IN…
 
Using a recent Paul Krugman column as the jumping off point, the Mises Institute Academic Vice President Joe Salerno explains and defends Austrian business cycle theory. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. Bob's response to Krugman's NYT piece. Joe Salerno's 2012 QJAE article responding to AB…
 
Emile Heskey talks about England's 5-1 win against Germany, Liverpool's title chances and Final Whistle Sports, his new venture with friend and business partner Nadim Badran. Mark chats to Brandon Jantz, the owner of California-based professional football club Temecula FC, and a Manchester United fan in Sweden. As always you can contact the team on…
 
Gambling addictions are not well understood; former footballer Paul Merson is hoping to change that by sharing his own story. In this chat with Fearne, Paul explains why his having a gambling addiction really isn’t about the money. It’s about escapism, and experiencing extreme highs and lows. He also talks through the role that lying plays in addic…
 
Hey WTAF-ers! Just THREE episodes left! Yes just THREE! So we have an epic battle of wits between two SuperFans ion the final WTAF Fan Quiz Final. In one corner we have Helena and in the other we have Max. Both are ready to answer five rounds of intense This Country trivia. How well will you do? WTAF LIVE 4 INFO LAST FEW TICKETS!! We have rearrange…
 
Manchester United legend Gordon Hill talks about Cristiano Ronaldo, Eric Cantona, George Best, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Sir Alex Ferguson. Tom and Dylan chat with former Leeds defender and England Under 19s manager Noel Blake. Leicester City keeper Sophie Harris discusses life in the WSL, and Mark chats to a Brentford fan in Dublin.…
 
You are the sum of everyone who’s come before you in your family, and it can be useful to learn about your ancestors in order to understand how much of their character is in you. Actress Miriam Margolyes has a passion for genealogy and family trees; in this chat with Fearne, she discusses her own identity, and the parts of it that have made her fee…
 
Doug Stuart and Dick Clark of the Libertarian Christian Institute talk about the book they co-authored (with 2 others) that answers tough questions. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube version of this interview. The book Faith Seeking Freedom: Libertarian Answers to Tough Questions, by the guests and co-authors. #Commi…
 
Hey WTAF-ers! So we have finally got to the last Top Trumps episode and, of course, it's Kerry! We are joined by lovely Patreon Peepers Kim, Helena, Doug E Fresh and 'The Aftermath's' Ross as we sort out Kerry's Top Trump scores! WTAF LIVE 4 INFO BREAKING NEWS!!!!! NEW DATE!!!!! We have rearranged the date for WTAF LIVE 4 : THE FAREWELL to Friday 2…
 
Former Crystal Palace winger John Salako tells Tom Watt and Dylan Kerr why he thinks Patrick Vieira is cut out for management. Ex Brentford, Brighton and Reading striker Nicky Forster and football writer Harry Harris are also guests. There's a WSL round-up, and Mark chats with a Manchester City fan in Vancouver, Canada.…
 
Psychosis is very rarely talked about, even within spaces dedicated to mental health. Actor David Harewood had an episode that saw him sectioned at 23 years old, and wonders that psychosis is still seen as the ‘scary’ mental health issue, a perception he’s now working hard to change. We often hear about post-traumatic stress, but in this chat with …
 
Hey WTAF-ers! So we only have two Top Trumps cards left to tackle and this episode it's everyones favourite tattooist Big Mandy. We are joined by some of our lovely Patreon Peepers Helena, Kim and (The Aftermaths) Ross to work out Big Mandys scores. How much range does she really have? Or is she just a cute, cuddly puppy? WTAF LIVE 4 INFO BREAKING …
 
We had a good chat with the current Crewe Alexandra manager - the chat included 2 stories about monkeys! - and Cherelle interviewed a female coach who has coached at the top level in men's and women's football in Sweden and talks about experiencing racism in women's football but not men's football. Plus 2 Spurs fans (in Malaysia and Australia) talk…
 
Bob reviews Mark Spitznagel's latest book, "Safe Haven: Investing for Financial Storms," on which he was a consultant. Bob explains that Spitznagel rejects the alleged dichotomy between risk and return, and then gives a numerical example to illustrate the two schools of thought. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Bob's appearance…
 
We often write ourselves a story about the type of person we are, and the things we can do with our lives, but YouTuber, actor, and singer Joe Sugg doesn’t like to put limits on what he can achieve. In this chat with Fearne, he explains why he’s given himself opportunities to change as a person and not be limited by what his fans might expect of hi…
 
Comedy writer Daniel Radosh initiated the Twitter hashtag #BD969, celebrating every officially released Dylan song, as well as posting four Spotify playlists for The 80th Birthday: Bob Dylan For Beginners. We discuss these gems and open up the contentious topic of Dylan’s album cover art, from best to worst and everything in between. Other albums c…
 
Hey WTAF-ers! We're coming to the close of the Top Trumps episodes and the podcast as a whole as we head to Episode 200. This Top Trumps episode we zone in on the one and only Ian King and our guest knows him best as he played the man himself. Phil James joins us to work out Mr Beldings Top Trumps scores! WTAF LIVE 4 INFO BREAKING NEWS!!!!! NEW DAT…
 
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