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The people and struggles that changed America—one year at a time. In each episode, host Josh Levin explores a story you may have forgotten, or one you’ve never heard of before. What were the moments that transformed politics, culture, science, religion, and more? And how does the nation’s past shape our present? The first season of One Year focuses on 1977, a year when gay rights hung in the balance, Roots dominated the airwaves, and Jesus appeared on a tortilla.
 
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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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 the U.S., the PCR test is the gold standard for COVID testing. Common knowledge would have it that the test is more accurate—and therefore more effective at containing the spread of the dease—than the rapid antigen test. What if that isn’t quite true? Guest: Michael Mina, assistant professor of epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Pub…
 
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…
 
Recently, China restricted video game playing to just three hours a week for its young people: 8pm to 9pm, Friday through Sunday. And that’s not the only change. Over the last few months, private tutors, diehard celebrity fans, and tech giants have all faced fresh restrictions from Beijing. What’s behind this new wave of crackdowns? Guest: Brenda G…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
Hey Secret History fans! We thought you might like this episode of What Next: TBD. What Next is Slate’s daily news show. And every Friday, What Next: TBD turns the news of the present into a glimpse of what tomorrow holds. From fake news to fake meat, augmented reality to MRNA, in each episode host Lizzie O'Leary talks to an expert about the techno…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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