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Welcome to The Big Beatles Sort Out a show in which I, author and musician Garry Abbott, attempt to finally decide my favourite Beatles recordings by scoring each and every one for lyrical content, musicality and production. I am assisted in this venture by my brother and resident Beatles expert, Paul Abbott, with a deep knowledge of the Beatles and the wider context in which they operated. Each episode we explore and score 5 songs drawn at random from the Beatles full recording catalogue. K ...
 
From two movie obsessed brothers comes the ultimate celebration of cinema and the largely pointless yet magnificent joy of making lists about it. Opinions, Top 10’s, random facts and anecdotes all drawn from the brains of men who can quote Raiders of the Lost Ark, Star Wars, Zulu, The Princess Bride and yes, Midnight Run from beginning to end. Tell your friends, tell people you are slightly indifferent to, tell people you actively despise and remember, there’s no such thing as a guilty pleasure.
 
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Hattegories

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Hattegories

Sam, Andy, and Rion

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Hattegories is a podcast where three boys.. MEN who have been friends a long long time, talk about what could literally be anything. With listener submitted topics tossed in to a hat and drawn at random, literally anything can happen.
 
Professor Akhil Reed Amar, Sterling Professor of Law and Political Science at Yale University and one of the nation's leading authorities on the Constitution, offers weekly in-depth discussions on the most urgent and fascinating constitutional issues of our day. He is joined by co-host Andy Lipka and guests drawn from other top experts including Bob Woodward, Nina Totenberg, Neal Katyal, Lawrence Lessig, Michael Gerhardt, and many more.
 
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In All of Us Command

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In All of Us Command

Aaron Schaefer, Kate Cattell-Daniels

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In All of Us Command is a show about countries and their national anthems. Each week, the hosts will draw a country at random and learn about their history and the history of their anthem. We will listen to the songs and rate them on several criteria. Join our hosts, Aaron and Kate, as they learn how very little they know about the world outside of Canada.
 
The ravings of a madman? Nope... well, maybe a little... Actually, just some daily thoughts from a 40-something, Germanic Heathen, Parent to several, Veteran, and skilled house husband. A Stay-at-Home Heathen if you will... I will be discussing a little bit of everything - from hobby farming, cooking, music, and being a Pagan parent in short daily episodes. I will be drawing a random Rune at the beginning of every episode and will make associations between it's meaning and occurrences in my ...
 
An artists view on developing a successful mindset. Art has always been the most important element in my life, from ceramics to airbrushing, drawing to makeup and character creations. Give me a medium and I want to learn everything about it but the one thing I've discovered most artists don't discuss is how to have a successful mindset in the artistic journey. The episodes can be listened to one after the other or in a totally random order, depending on what you need for the day.
 
In the fall of 1999, computer scientist Donald E. Knuth was invited to give six public lectures at MIT on the general subject of relations between faith and science. The lectures were broadcast live on the Internet and watched regularly by tens of thousands of people around the world, and they have remained popular many months after the event. This book contains transcripts of those lectures, edited and annotated by the author.After an introductory first session, the second lecture focuses o ...
 
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The Athletic's Adam Hurrey and David Walker are joined by Premier League midfielder turned Sky Sports presenter David Prutton for the latest edition of Mesut Haaland Dicks. Prutton's nominations for his love and hates of football include the rare sight of a diving header, team-mates arguing on the pitch, lazy punditry phrases and the scourge of sta…
 
Remember “18 reasons for 18 years?” Well, so did the Biden Commission, and as they reject court packing, they flirt with the 18 year plan. A few voices are raising in the media and even some on the commission, so we review their arguments and analyze their possible merits. A big question - can it be implemented by statute, or is a constitutional am…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and Nick Miller convene for a jam-packed edition of the Adjudication Panel. This week's agenda includes: Neil Warnock's Forrest Gump impression, calculating the maximum number of times two teams could theoretically play each other in a single season, 40-goal thrillers in the 16th tier of the English pyramid …
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey and Charlie Eccleshare are joined by Ralph Ineson, star of The Office, Game of Thrones and the Harry Potter films, for the latest edition of Mesut Haaland Dicks. Ralph's loves, hates, fascinations and irritations of football include: the joy (and cruelty) of nutmegs, touching the match ball when it flies into the stand, t…
 
Amarica’s Constitution shares the stage this week with the fine podcast “So to Speak” from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE). Professor Amar is interviewed by FIRE, and the history of the First Amendment leads to - surprise! - any number of fascinating constitutional law issues. Akhil takes time out to take issue with Robert …
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and Nick Miller assemble for another Adjudication Panel. On the agenda: Ally McCoist's international co-commentary masterclass, Steve Bruce's inevitable next career step and a worrying new Italian offside experiment. Meanwhile, the panel examine the practical and psychological challenges of a very specific f…
 
What is war good for? Nothing apart from the creation of some incredible films that show the best and worst of ordinary people. Often brutal, visceral experiences that can be a tough watch, but at the same time powerful and memorable. The madness of it is also depicted in terrific comedies too. Another tricky quiz for Matt to overcome and some topi…
 
As the world becomes more and more technology focused, artists are sharing their work with the entire world. Which opens us up to a world of possibilities and critics, everyday. This podcast is a discussion about how to remain focused on our reasoning of 'why' we are doing this. In order to keep our emotions level enough to handle the ups and downs…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and David Walker assemble for another Adjudication Panel. On the agenda this time: Troy Deeney's autobiography emoji, the credentials of "Quality Street" as a long-term successor to the corridor of uncertainty, Everton fans tracking sand dredgers in the Irish Sea, and when footballers' names appear une…
 
Welcome to a Big Beatles Sort Out special. Once again we are finishing something we started in series 1, this time, it's the Rutles, and all their key songs that didn't get a mention in the main podcast along with the usual 'On This Beatles Day' and more general waffle. Like our little podcast? Why not grab yourselves a Big Sort mug to support us h…
 
The academic year is underway, and Professor Amar’s crazy teaching schedule, as usual, includes co-teaching with some of the greatest constitutional scholars in the nation. This semester Akhil is joined by Professor Edward Larson, whose amazingly wide range includes a PhD in History of Science in addition to his Harvard Law degree. So it is not sur…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey and Charlie Eccleshare chalk up a century of episodes as Jamie Carragher joins for the latest edition of Mesut Haaland Dicks. Carragher's selection of footballing fascinations and irritations include centre-backs being sent up front, the excitement that comes with signing a star of a major tournament and a truly underrepo…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Jack Pitt-Brooke and Alex Kay-Jelski pick apart the often awkward but occasionally glorious genre of football headlines, from "Super Caley go ballistic, Celtic are atrocious" to "Lionel Flair!", via the strict rules that govern the evergreen "Z, Y and Z" long-read headline format. Plus: the definitive guide to words that…
 
Our look inside the literary world continues. So many of us are aspiring or perhaps would-be authors, but what is really involved, and can we really join that world? Akhil takes you through the many and sometimes surprising corners of this sphere, which is far more intricate than one might think. His personal route was not quite as smooth as it mig…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and Nick Miller meet for another Adjudication Panel. On the agenda this week: the most relatable piece of co-commentary ever recorded, Jonathan Pearce's one-man mission to get men back on the posts at corners, the phrase "six-pointer" goes into Europe and the campaign to start using the word "doubler" offici…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey and David Walker are joined by writer Clive Martin for the latest edition of Mesut Haaland Dicks. Martin's loves, hates, fascinations and irritations of football include: Premier League players visiting kids in hospital, teams capitulating after half-time, the failing national institution that is Arsenal Football Club and…
 
Welcome to a Big Beatles Sort Out special. We are staying under the Sea to deal with half an official Beatles album release that didn't appear in our Series 1 rankings! Why so, I hear you shout? Well, listen on to find out! Like our little podcast? Why not grab yourselves a Big Sort mug to support us here: Pablovich Shop and let us know at @Big_Sor…
 
It’s fitting that our recent discussion of how authors and their books are realized is followed this week by a discussion with the finest example of a historian, Gordon Wood. We explore his new book, “Power and Liberty: Constitutionalism in the American Revolution;” locate it in the amazing arc of Gordon’s peerless career, and then conduct a lively…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and David Walker gather for the Adjudication Panel. On the agenda this week: Phil Jones finally gets his deserved (and very detailed) revenge on the keyboard warriors, why Alan Smith has been using the word "footover" on Sky Sports since at least 2014, and your tales of distinctly PG-rated matchday out…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, James Maw and Jack Pitt-Brooke languish in the second tier of European football to establish the most Europa League lineup possible: from diminutive Iberian playmakers to Brazilians with one name and a squad number between 80-99, via a lengthy dispute over the merits of Victor Moses. Led out, naturally, by Unai Emery, th…
 
It’s Constitution Week, and Akhil is “booked;” not only with events of the week, but on his book tour. Our series on scholars, schools, and scholarship resumes, then, with a comprehensive look at the entire ecosystem of books. What is the author’s process, and what happens after a book is written? How does a book, and an author, gain authority in a…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and Nick Miller assemble for the Adjudication Panel. On the agenda this week: Richard Keys and Andy Gray bravely dismantling the Marcelo Bielsa Myth, Mike Dean's comedy TV cameo, and the latest entry into the grand pantheon of freak footballing injuries. Meanwhile, the panel enjoy some more peak Peter …
 
The 1980s was the decade that we grew up in. The decade that introduced us to the magic of the movies. So many titans of cinema were released in the 80s, so much so that making our final (and quite different) top 10s was extremely difficult. Does Midnight Run get in? What films just missed out? Which little gems do we recommend? Can Matt successful…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Jack Pitt-Brooke and Phil Hay trawl through the history books to finally nail down the definitive twelve stages of a club crisis. In part two of this special double-header the panel ponder whether the dreaded vote of confidence is still relevant in the social media age, examine how many ways a beleaguered manager can pre…
 
Texas has brazenly - or boldly, depending on your point of view - thrown down a gauntlet on abortion with their new law purporting to ban abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected. The Supreme Court refused to hear a challenge to the law prior to its effective date, so the nation holds its breath wondering where abortion rights, long treasur…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Jack Pitt-Brooke and Phil Hay trawl through the history books to finally nail down the definitive twelve stages of a club crisis. In part one of this special double-header our panel document the early warning signs of a club in turmoil including pre-season woe, opening day deflation via transfer window frustration, and t…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey and David Walker are joined by the much-travelled striker Cillian Sheridan for the latest edition of Mesut Haaland Dicks. Sheridan uses all his experience to share his love of retro football boots, the satisfaction of a good half-volley and why he gets so annoyed by football commentators. Meanwhile, he decides if he reall…
 
Suppose there is a controversial issue of constitutional law. Where does one go for authoritative exposition? We continue what is essentially a discussion of expertise and authority. How do you know whom to trust? Who has the right answers? How might we go about finding out these things? We continue to look at these questions in several arenas: sch…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and Nick Miller convene for another Adjudication Panel. This time, they scrutinise Brendan Rodgers' claim about Norfolk sunshine, debate whether Wolves are currently the most "they'll be fine" club ever and examine the most inevitable-sounding deadline-day transfers. Meanwhile, they discuss the rights of phy…
 
Animation. Such a rich and varied form, with no rules and all genres covered. Many topics are covered in the tense and often heated conversation, such as which films influenced us growing up? Which famous films have we not seen? Which scene in Fantastic Mr Fox made Lewis laugh uncontrollably? Can Matt ace the particularly difficult quiz? Do we pref…
 
Welcome to a Big Beatles Sort Out mini bonus episode. While we are busily preparing for some specials and series 2, we thought it would be good to share this mini episode of Paul’s always excellent 'The Head Ballet' podcast that takes a deep dive into the sea of Green to look at the most novel of all the Beatle’s songs, Yellow Submarine. Paul has a…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, James Maw and Michael Cox cobble together a line-up of emergency goalkeepers, stoppers, enforcers and goal-poachers. Why is there such a rich history of strikers fancying themselves at centre-back? Why do we assume that ageing forwards will be able to retire to midfield and "spray the ball about"? Are right-footed left-b…
 
What do Willie Mays and Laurence Tribe have in common? Andy and Akhil start with an Amar citation from Clarence Thomas in a case last term and branch off into a discussion of scholars’ rankings, the fourth amendment, legal realism, scholarship and schools, books vs. articles, and a dizzying array of other topics. This potpourri launches a series on…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and Nick Miller form the Adjudication Panel to deconstruct a mesmerisingly dull Gareth Bale interview, admire the pedantry of the West Brom kit man and decide the most inevitable-sounding Premier League scoreline of all. Meanwhile, the panel decide which next footballing niche will earn its own specialist co…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, James Maw and Nick Miller compile a line-up of players whose Premier League legacies are overwhelmingly based around one very specific thing: a defining moment, a unique skill set, a silly goal celebration or a catastrophic mistake. Does Massimo Taibi get the nod in goal? Has Ben Thatcher elbowed his way into contention?…
 
We return to our look at all the sitting Supreme Court justices with the final two - Justices Kavanaugh and Gorsuch. This necessarily involves revisiting the confirmation process, particularly in the case of Justice Kavanaugh, where Professor Amar played a role in print and in the witness chair. How have the first years of his tenure, along with Ju…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, Charlie Eccleshare and David Walker form this week's Adjudication Panel, as Peter Drury rises above the competition to provide the best spoken-word Premier League preview montage, Jamie Carragher enjoys Arsenal being Arsenal just a *bit* too much and the concept of being "welcomed to the Premier League" is thrown into ch…
 
Welcome to the Big Beatles Sort Out Series 1 Wrap-Up Episode! We have finished our first task of rating all of the Beatles core catalogue releases, and now it just remains to make a few final adjustments and take a look at what it all means! PLUS a rambling discussion about what series 2 may hold, and of course 'On This Beatles Day'. I have created…
 
A top 10 with a difference as we reveal our favourite films seen on the big screen. Some classic films, some unforgettable experiences. Some of them dreadful. What is the preferred cinema snack? Which film have we paid to see the most? What is the one (different) film that we each fell asleep in? What is the most ridiculous Steven Seagal character …
 
Neal Katyal, now at the peak of the Supreme Court bar, reviews many of the big issues the Supreme Court will face in the new term, as well as some just past. Abortion, affirmative action, and cases involving a tension between legitimate governmental action and religious organizations are all discussed from the unique perspective of this remarkable …
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey and David Walker are joined by writer Joel Golby for the return of Mesut Haaland Dicks. Golby's nominations feature the moment a referee gets hit by the ball, a spirited vindication of half-and-half scarves and goalscoring defenders who just don't know how to celebrate. The podcast also confronts an uncomfortable question…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and James Maw convene the Adjudication Panel to rule on a referee blowing the match ball a kiss, twee tweeting about Lionel Messi from non-League clubs and what mundane footballing situations should be added to the animations of the forthcoming FIFA game. Meanwhile, they consider what football would really l…
 
The Athletic's Adam Hurrey, David Walker and Charlie Eccleshare raise the curtain for 2021-22 as they assess the state of the summer transfer sagas and try to find the smallest - and weirdest - transfer fee a player has ever commanded. Meanwhile, the Adjudication Panel run the rule over Kevin Friend showing the crowd a yellow card and assess some r…
 
After teasing it for months, Neal Katyal, perhaps our nation’s finest Supreme Court advocate, joins Amarica’s Constitution. The dramatic rise of a truly great lawyer is a fascinating story, including the case that launched Neal into Supreme Court practice - Hamdan v. Rumsfeld. Later he would become Acting Solicitor General and then move into John R…
 
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