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Can’t keep up with the flood of news every morning? We got you covered: What A Day, a new podcast from your friends at Crooked Media, will cut through all the chaos and crimes to help you understand what matters and how you can fix it – all in just fifteen minutes.
Join comedian Akilah Hughes and reporter Gideon Resnick each morning as they break down the biggest news of the day, share important stories you may have missed, and show you what “Fox And Friends” would sound like if it were hosted by two people whose parents read to them as children.
What A Day is available Monday through Friday starting at 5 a.m. Eastern, so you’ll always be caught up – on everything from impeachment hearings to creepy “Cats” trailers, and all the harrowing and hopeful news in between.
Elis James and John Robins talk to a range of guests about the challenges and hurdles they’ve faced in their own lives, whilst asking the question… How Do You Cope?
Maya Angelou once said, “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”Silent Waves tells one true story led by 25-year-old Raquel O’Brien, as she attempts to liberate herself from the trauma of childhood sexual abuse and a father with a dark secret.To do so, she has raw, honest and open conversations with her family about the cataclysmic circumstances of their story for the first time… and all on tape.
Dumped, divorced and devastated, you name it, we’ve all probably kind of been there at some point. Join influencer Amelia Liana on What I Know Now every Monday to resolve the issues surrounding the treachery of heartbreak. Special guests will be joining to provide practical and insightful advice to get you through the darkest days but also to help you construct your new beginning and real self-love. It’s the heartache survival guide we’ve all needed!
Bill Burr and Bert Kreischer come together to give their always honest opinions on life and comedy in the amount of time it takes to smoke a cigar.
Mike Thevis was the son of Greek immigrants, living the American Dream in 1970s Atlanta. He was married and had five kids. He owned one of the largest homes in Atlanta, full of fine art and exquisite furnishings. He built a highly successful business empire.
But Thevis made many enemies along the way. This is the story of Mike Thevis, family man, and one of the most notorious criminals you’ve never heard of.
Hosted by Corey Graves, “After the Bell” is an official WWE podcast that gives you a provocative look at the latest in Raw, SmackDown and NXT. Featuring exclusive Superstar interviews, “ATB” examines the world of WWE both between and beyond the ropes in a way that’s as edgy and unpredictable as Graves himself.
Welcome to the Greatest Game with Jamie Carragher, where each week Jamie will be speaking to a footballer or a football fan, about their team, their love of football and asking what is the greatest game of football that they have ever seen or played in.
Bill Simmons’s new podcast breaks down the NBA’s most important games, players, and teams, extending and reinventing his New York Times no. 1 bestselling book from 2009. Playing off the NBA’s dramatic changes during the past decade, Bill uses new commentary and fresh interviews with players and top media members to determine how the league has evolved and where it’s headed.
In January of 1989 the director of Oregon’s Department of Corrections, Michael Francke, was brutally stabbed to death outside his office in Salem. The murder was quickly ruled a “car burglary gone wrong” and pinned on a low-level drug dealer named Frank Gable, a man who Francke’s own brother, Kevin, along with storied Oregon reporter Phil Stanford, believe has been wrongfully imprisoned for nearly 30 years. They contend Francke had uncovered a trail of corruption in the prison system— one that led to the top of Oregon’s political establishment. Murder In Oregon follows the two men on a decades-long journey, bordering on obsession, into Oregon’s drug and crime-infested underworld to answer one question: Who really killed Michael Francke?