Joshua Yaffa recently profiled a Russian media mogul named Konstantin Ernst. Ernst is the C.E.O. of Russia’s largest state-controlled media network, Channel One, and his personal evolution from idealistic independent journalist to cynical mogul is a caut
Radiolab’s Robert Krulwich talks with Nate DiMeo about the Memory Palace
In this episode…- Beige McKenzie-Smith- An in-depth discussion of A Million Little Pieces- An unfortunate Valentine’s Day- Challenges of filmmaking- Narcissism- The John Lennon meet-cute - A timely marriage proposal- Advice to LauraUNQUALIFIED WOULD LIKE TO THANK OUR SPONSORS:STATE FARM (PRESENTING SPONSOR)Check out statefarm.com to find a local agent today.SHUTTERFLYVisit Shutterfly.com/Anna and enter promo code ANNA to redeem your exclusive limited time offer: 40% off everythingSTITCHFIX KIDSGet 25% off at Stitchfix.com/kids/anna and $20 off the styling feeREAL REALVisit Real Real.com, promo code REAL for 20% off select itemsRAKUTENGo to Rakuten.com or download the app and rack up cash back.Please subscribe to Anna Faris is Unqualified on Apple Podcasts and follow us on social media:Instagram @UnqualifiedTwitter @UnqualifiedFacebook @Anna Faris is UnqualifiedMusic by: Mondo Cozmo @mondocozmoCo-producer: Cassie Daniels @mscassiedanielsCo-producer: Michael ShermanArtwork by: Matthew Tiger madisonavegraphics.comProduction Services: Kelly&Kelly @kellykellyincDistributed by: Simplecast
Before he was a King of Comedy, before he was even an entertainer, he was Cedric the Insurance Claims Adjuster. Cedric and Marc talk about his emergence in the St. Louis-area comedy scene and how the business of Black Comedy took off. Cedric also looks back on his brief but game-changing touring days with Bernie Mac, Steve Harvey and DL Hughley, his roles in movies like Barbershop and First Reformed, and his current CBS series The Neighborhood. This episode is sponsored by WHO by The Who, Zoro.com, American Express, and Stamps.com.
San Francisco’s Treat, Eli’s .500 Bowl, KC’s Revenge, and NFL Refs Stink Vol. 252 With Cousin Sal | The Bill Simmons Podcast
HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Cousin Sal to discuss the 49ers-Saints shoot-out, Seahawks-Rams, Buccaneers-Colts, Ravens-Bills, Patriots-Chiefs, playoff contenders, and how Bill’s fantasy season hinges on Eli Manning vs. the Eagles (1:35), before guessing the NFL lines for Week 15 (50:43).
Songwriter Justin Tranter opens up about their journey from bullied teen to struggling glam rocker to hitmaker for the stars. The q screen panel unpacks how HBO’s Watchmen turns the black experience into a superhero origin story. Actor Beverly D’Angelo explains the enduring popularity of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. Actor Antonio Banderas talks about working with his long-time friend and collaborator, Spanish auteur Pedro Almodóvar, on the new film Pain and Glory.
Songwriter Justin Tranter just received the ACLU Bill of Rights Award for their LGBTQ activism. They’re the first gender non-conforming honoree to receive the award.
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There’s a lot that can be gained from unearthing the past — learning about oneself, learning about others. But, it doesn’t always go how you’d expect.
Ali Wong, comedian, joins us along with Adam Felber, Aida Rodriguez, and Alonzo Bodden.