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In 2003, the United States invaded Iraq without provocation. Most Americans supported the war—as did most politicians and intellectuals, both liberal and conservative. Today, it’s universally considered a disaster.Hosted by award-winning reporter Noreen Malone, the fifth season of Slow Burn explores the people and ideas that propelled the country into the Iraq War, and the institutions that failed to stop it. How did the Iraq catastrophe happen? And what was it like to watch America make one ...
 
The original Arsenal podcast - coming to you twice a week (Mondays and Fridays) with news, interviews, analysis, special guests, jokes and occasionally some really terrible songs. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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In this episode I'm joined by the Man from East Lower to chat about the season so far, Emile Smith Rowe, Bukayo Saka, Thomas Partey, the return of Patrick Vieira when Crystal Palace visit on Monday, Newcastle, and lots more. Then, for more Paddy-related chat, it's Dan from @HLTCO to tell us why he's in love with the former Arsenal captain, what imp…
 
In this Interlull episode we begin by talking about a couple of goalscoring Gooners, before the conversation switches to the inevitable: the Newcastle takeover. We chat about what it might mean for Arsenal, the wider implications for the competitiveness of the Premier League, the 'morality' of it, the requirement for cognitive dissonance, and the r…
 
In this episode I chat to Clive Palmer about the Saudi led takeover of Newcastle, the way football has been run to get to this point, whether anything can change at this point, the financial influence of the game, a soon-to-be new competitor for Arsenal to deal with, and more, before we chat about the team, Mikel Arteta, scoring more goals and the …
 
In this episode we look back at the 0-0 draw with Brighton on Saturday, in which too many of our key players didn't perform at the level required. We talk about the result in isolation, and in the context of the last four games, some positives at the back with Gabriel, Ben White and Aaron Ramsdale, Emile Smith Rowe as our best player, and at least …
 
Welcome to a brand new episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, the number one podcast about Arsenal Women. Arsenal Women play away at defending European champions Barcelona in the first game of the Champions League group stages on Tuesday evening. Tim and resident Barcelona expert Alex Ibaceta get together to preview the game, Alex talks about Barca…
 
In this episode I'm joined by Nick Ames of The Guardian to discuss the impact of Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka in the North London derby; what Mikel Arteta might do in the enforced injury absence of Granit Xhaka, his options, and how there's now a heavy onus on Thomas Partey in that area of the pitch; plus some chat about the manager after he's …
 
James is is back from his holidays on what is a very goodly morning following the 3-1 win in the North London derby. There's a flavour of the atmosphere inside the Emirates, the energy that transmitted around the ground, a brilliant first half performance with some outstanding individual contributions, a huge win for Mikel Arteta, a goal and an ass…
 
Only those inside the Emirates on Wednesday night got to see Arsenal's 3-0 win over AFC Wimbledon in full, because there was no live TV coverage anywhere. The Athletic's Art de Roche was one of them, and he joins me to talk about the game, the team selection, Thomas Partey playing a part, Eddie Nketiah, Flo Balogun and young players. Then, with the…
 
James is away on holidays so for this episode I'm joined by Tayo Popoola ... who is also on holidays, to discuss our hard-fought 1-0 win over Burnley on Saturday. We talk about the defensive commitment the team showed, stand-out players like Aaron Ramsdale and Gabriel, dealing with the physical aspect of the game, some promising signs despite the f…
 
On this week's show I'm joined by Rory Smith of the New York Times to talk about the new edict to referees from on high for them to 'let it flow'. Is this going to lead to a rise in injuries as players push the boundaries, realising they may not get the kind of punishment they did before. We talk about the underlying culture of physicality in Engli…
 
Tim Stillman and Alex Ibaceta chat about Arsenal's perfect start to life under Jonas Eidevall with six wins from six games and react to the draw for the Champions League group stage and the signing of Tobin Heath. Then Tim and Alex take listener questions on who can provide back up for Vivianne Miedema, expectations for the Champions League matches…
 
At long last it's a Goodly Morning as James and I discuss the 1-0 win over Norwich at the Emirates on Saturday. It wasn't perfect, but there were things to like about the performance and in particular a very fresh feeling team selection with five of the six summer signings starting. We chat about how we felt at the time versus how we feel now, the …
 
On this week's show I'm joined by Charles Watts to discuss the post-Interlull requirements for Arsenal - start scoring, and start winning. We chat about the Edu interview, and how the pressure is on Mikel Arteta to produce now, even if there is a medium/long-term plan being implemented. There's also discussion of Thomas Partey, Gabriel Magalhaes, A…
 
In this episode James and I enjoy some Interlull chats about the various bits and bobs that have been going on, including Arsenal Women winning, Bukayo Saka scoring for England, and our wildly incorrect transfer predictions, before turning our attention to Edu's media blitz over the weekend in which he explained the club's strategy during the trans…
 
This episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast is all about the signing of USWNT star Tobin Heath. First of all, Tim talks to Gunners boss Jonas Eidevall about the signing, how it came about and how Heath fits into a squad already replete with attacking talent. Then Tim talks to co-founder and writer on Equalizer Soccer, Jeff Kassouf (@JeffKassouf) / T…
 
It's a bumper edition of the show this week as I'm joined first by Phil Costa to profile deadline day signing Takehiro Tomiyasu, his strengths and weaknesses, and what's he's going to bring to the team as he arrives from Bologna on a four year deal. After that we delve right into the transfer window itself with David Ornstein, discussing the strate…
 
In this episode James and I discuss the disastrous 5-0 defeat to Man City on Saturday. We talk about our emotional reaction the game and the performance, before some analysis on the team selection, the goals we conceded, our defensive issues, and yet another Granit Xhaka moment from Granit Xhaka which left us down to 10 men ... again. In the second…
 
On this week's show I'm joined by Tim Stillman to talk about the 6-0 over West Brom on Wednesday, chatting first about Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's hat-trick and how much the captain needed to get back on the scoresheet. We also talk about Mikel Arteta's challenge of turning good attackers into a good attack, how experienced heads can help some of t…
 
In this episode James and I discuss the second consecutive defeat of the season after we went down 2-0 to Chelsea at the Emirates. What is expectation versus reality? Even with players missing, should we have seen better from Mikel Arteta and his team? We analyse the goals, the defensive lapses, chat about not going with a back three, why we didn't…
 
In this episode of the Austin Common Radio Hour we continue our focus on the February 2021 storm Uri and its effect on the Texas Electric grid system – why it failed. The University of Texas at Austin recently published a white paper called “The Timeline and Events of the February 2021 Texas Electric Grid Blackouts. It is available online at “energ…
 
After Maria Rubio saw Jesus on a tortilla, her family got besieged by believers and gawkers and the national press. But for the Rubios, the tortilla wasn’t just a public spectacle. It was the miracle that changed their family. And decades later, they’re still reckoning with how that tortilla upended everything. One Year is produced by Josh Levin, E…
 
On this week's show I'm joined by Simon Collings of the Evening Standard to talk about the impending signings of Martin Odegaard and Aaron Ramsdale; how the former will provide creative, attacking threat that we need, and what the implications of signing a £24m 'back-up' might be for current number 1 Bernd Leno. We also chat about the need to sell …
 
In this episode James and I discuss the disappointing opening game of the new Premier League season after Arsenal were beaten 2-0 by Brentford. We chat about notable pre-game absences and a team which didn't look ready in spite of those, the goals we conceded, Bernd Leno, a wobbly defence, some positive stuff from the likes of Smith Rowe, Tierney a…
 
In this episode we preview the brand new Premier League season which starts tonight against Brentford. My guests are Phil Costa and Andrew Allen, and we chat about the state of the squad before the first game, the signings we've made, the signings we have yet to make, the occasional departure and the players who are still around who haven't gone, w…
 
Alex Haley’s Roots displayed the brutal realities of slavery to more than 100 million Americans. The book and mini-series also made a bold claim: that Haley was the first Black American to trace his lineage all the way back to Africa, and to a specific ancestor captured into slavery. What would it mean, for Haley and America, if he hadn’t found wha…
 
In this bonus episode, we carry on our tradition of chatting to Ken Early of Second Captains on the eve of a new season. We discuss Lionel Messi's move to PSG, the financial disaster that is going on at Barcelona, the relentless influence of the wealthiest clubs on football, before turning our attention to the Premier League. We wonder how Jack Gre…
 
In this bonus Arsecast episode, I'm joined by James – not to talk about Arsenal, but the release of his brand new book: The Champ and The Chump. His grandfather, Terry Downes, nicknamed 'The Paddington Express', was a boxer and held the world middleweight title for a time in the 1960s. James is a comedian, writer, actor, and podcaster who has spent…
 
America’s top weed evangelist and the nation’s drug czar shared the same goal: to loosen up the country’s marijuana laws. In 1977, everything was trending their way—until a blowout Christmas party destroyed their plans, and transformed the future of marijuana in the United States. One Year is produced by Josh Levin, Evan Chung, and Madeline Ducharm…
 
In this episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, Tim Stillman and Alex Ibaceta answer listener questions submitted on Twitter on Arsenal's summer transfer business and whether it is complete, there are questions on how the team might shape up under new coach Jonas Eidevall, the potential link-up between Steph Catley and Katie McCabe on the left, how …
 
In this episode James and I discuss the final game of pre-season, looking first at the positive contributions from new signings Albert Sambi Lokonga and Ben White, as well as the encouraging return of Bukayo Saka. We talk about pre-season as a whole, share some worries about the striker situation, and assess the squad and the gaps in it as we head …
 
For today's show, we have two guests who have to respond to statements I put to them (this is a format Patreon members will be familiar with). They have to either Strongly Agree, Agree, Disagree, or Strongly Disagree with them – no fence sitting. Elliot Smith and Lewis Ambrose are the men in the hot seats, and we discuss topics like James Maddison,…
 
Three stories from one day in August 1977. Elvis Presley dies, and the National Enquirer goes after the ultimate tabloid scoop: a photo of the King in his coffin. A New Jersey high schooler becomes a pariah when she refuses to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. Astronomers in Ohio get a mysterious signal from outer space—could it be a message from…
 
Medical authorities said that Laetrile was dangerous quackery. It became a sensation anyway. Diana Green saw this drug made from apricot pits as her son Chad’s best chance to survive leukemia. Her shocking actions, and the little boy affected by them, became the focus of a heated national debate over freedom of medical choice. One Year is produced …
 
In this episode James and I chat about the pre-season game against Chelsea, and some of the key takeaways from that, including our first look at £50m signing Ben White. Thomas Partey looked good but then got injured, potentially bad news for fans and for Mikel Arteta. His replacement, Granit Xhaka, looked like a dead cert departure this summer but …
 
On this week's show I'm joined by Dan Critchlow of the Daily Cannon to talk about the latest from pre-season, including two 4-1 wins over Millwall and Watford. There's also chat about the two London derbies we face before the start of the season; a Granit Xhaka situation which has the potential to get complicated; rumours linking us with Martin Ode…
 
Mary Shane made history with the Chicago White Sox, becoming the first woman hired as a legitimate major-league baseball announcer. But in 1977, she had to fight to be taken seriously in one of America’s most sexist industries. One Year is produced by Josh Levin, Evan Chung, and Madeline Ducharme. Mixing by Merritt Jacob. To support this show, subs…
 
In this episode James and I chat about pre-season, and in particular the new deal for Emile Smith Rowe, what it means that he's taken the number 10, and what it says about his place in the first team pecking order. There's the inevitable discussion about the transfer window, the varying degrees of difficulty we might face when it comes to the playe…
 
This week's show is a triple header in terms of guests. First up, I'm joined by Eleven Sports' Belgian Pro League commentator (and Arsenal fan) Michael Van Vaerenbergh to chat about Albert Sambi Lokonga; then with all the rumours involving Aaron Ramsdale swirling around, I chat to Ben Meakin of Blades Pod about the player, his performances, and wha…
 
Decoder Ring is Slate's show about cracking cultural mysteries. In each episode, host Willa Paskin takes a cultural question, object, or habit, examines its history, and tries to figure out what it means and why it matters. This episode introduces you to Ilona Granet, who was a New York art-scene fixture who won the praise of the art world when she…
 
In this episode James and I chat about our pre-season games in Scotland, in particular the 2-2 draw with Rangers in which we got our first goalscoring glimpse of new signing Nuno Tavares. We also chat about Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's finishing, assessing Edu's role as Technical Director through the incoming and outgoing business we get done before…
 
On this week's show I chat to Andrew Allen about our first pre-season game – the 2-1 defeat to Hibs – as well as answering questions from Patreon members, including: More Willian than we thought possible; Emile Smith Rowe shirt number mayhem; Joe Willock's future; Ainsley Maitland-Niles in midfield; Edu on a yacht with a super-agent and our former …
 
On this episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast the panel preview the chances of Team GB and Japan in the women's football tournament at this summer's Olympics. Firstly, Pippa and Tim are joined by Rich Laverty of Our Game magazine and These Football Times to discuss Team GB, Leah Williamson, Nikita Parris, the surprise omission of Jordan Nobbs and B…
 
On this episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast the panel look ahead to the Olympic games which start later this month and preview the four teams with Arsenal interest. In Part 1, Tim and Alex talk to ESPN Australia, Optus and the Guardian's Samantha Lewis about the Matildas' chances in Tokyo as well as the fortunes of Lydia Williams, Cailtin Foord a…
 
In this short bonus episode, James and I chat about the final of Euro 2020, which saw Italy beat England on penalties. From an Arsenal perspective, it was hard to see Bukayo Saka miss his spot-kick, but we discuss what led to that, the game itself over 120 minutes, Gareth Southgate's decision making and more. We touch on how this might impact a 19 …
 
In this episode James and I chat about the final of Euro 2020 between England and Italy, Bukayo Saka's participation, and how it's a game that's too close to call. After that we chat about the first official signing of the summer, Benfica left-back Nuno Tavares, and round up the latest incoming and outgoing rumours. We then answer questions about A…
 
Slate's new podcast One Year and will introduce you to people and ideas that changed American history--one year at a time. The show is hosted by Josh Levin, Slate's national editor and host of Slow Burn Season 4. And our first season covers 1977: a year when gay rights hung in the balance, Roots dominated the airwaves, and Jesus appeared on a torti…
 
On this week's show I'm joined by James Benge to chat Euro 2020 and the fact that Bukayo Saka's England have made it through the final against Italy. We discuss the tournament from an England perspective, and talk about the impact of the young Arsenal man, as well as the prospect of facing the Italians at Wembley on Sunday. There's Arsenal chat, wh…
 
In this episode James and I chat about Euro 2020, the focus on supposed Italian cynicism, and look forward to the semi-finals, before we discuss the decision to send William Saliba on loan again next season. Would he have been better off in the Premier League rather than back in France again? There's also some Matteo Guendouzi talk as he prepares t…
 
For this episode of the Arsenal Women Arsecast, attention turns to the appointment of new Head Coach Jonas Eidevall. Tim and Alex talk to Arsenal quadruple winner and current Aston Villa defender Anita Asante about her two years playing under Jonas at Rosengard in Sweden. Then Tim chats to Swedish football journalist, analyst and photographer Mia E…
 
On this week's show I'm Tim Stillman to discuss the appointment of Jonas Eidevall as the new Head Coach of the Arsenal Women. We ask if the way this decision was arrived upon offers signs of encouragement about what else the club have to do this summer. We also chat about William Saliba (of course), Gabriel Martinelli and the Olympics, offering a n…
 
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