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55 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Phil Rosenthal. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Phil Rosenthal, often where they are interviewed.

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55 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Phil Rosenthal. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Phil Rosenthal, often where they are interviewed.

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S3 Ep. 1: Phil Rosenthal

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Phil Rosenthal (Everybody Loves Raymond, Somebody Feed Phil) and Dan discuss his obsession with French fries, the essentialness of a Food Travel show during COVID, and how after massive success in the comedy world, nobody wanted to give him a food show.

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Nov 11 2020 · 51mins
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Phil Rosenthal

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On directing Bill Clinton, getting fired from NYC Met Museum, and the key to writing a hit sitcom. 'Everybody Loves Raymond' creator and star of Netflix's 'Somebody Feed Phil', Phil Rosenthal, joins Jay for this week's episode. With cameo appearances from his wife and daughter, Phil meets Jay over video call from LA to London for takeaway and a lot of laughs. Phil enjoys food from Kismet Rotisserie in LA: https://kismetla.com/kismet-rotisserie-chicken While Jay orders from London's Bird: https://birdrestaurants.com A Somethin' Else / Jay Rayner production.

Nov 03 2020 · 32mins

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Phil Rosenthal and Bob Talk About His New Shows and Mistaking Friends for Food

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Bob sits down with creator of long-running sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond and current host of Somebody Feed Phil, Phil Rosenthal. They talk about his experience writing for television, traveling the world to try amazing new foods, and his belief of eating old friends to make room for new ones.

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Nov 02 2020 · 1hr 32mins
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#010 - Phil Rosenthal

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Phil Rosenthal found success as the creator and Executive Producer of “Everybody Loves Raymond.” He is currently host and creator of Netflix’s “Somebody Feed Phil,” an unscripted documentary series on Netflix, which combines his love of food and travel with his unique brand of humour.

As host and creator of “Somebody Feed Phil”, Phil Rosenthal travels the world with unbridled curiosity in search of great food. Phil shares being transformed by the food he eats, the people he meets, and the joy of travel. With trademark humor, Phil talks about his creative writing career, the pleasure he finds in food, and the community that can be built from both laughter and meals. Audiences leave entertained and encouraged to pursue their passions and explore the world.

Rosenthal has won multiple awards including two Emmy’s, a Peabody Award and a James Beard Award.

Rosenthal was born in Queens, New York and moved with his parents and brother to New City, New York in Rockland County, where he was raised.

He attended Clarkstown North High School where he became very active in the school's drama club, Cue N Curtain, and in theatre. Rosenthal graduated from Clarkstown North in 1977. After graduating from Hofstra University on Long Island, where he majored in theater, he embarked on a career as an actor, writer and director in New York City. In 1989, he relocated to Los Angeles.

Rosenthal’s early writing credits include the series “Down the Shore” and “Coach.” In 1995, Rosenthal created the hit CBS comedy, “Everybody Loves Raymond,” which premiered in 1996. He was the Showrunner/ Executive Producer for all nine years of the show’s very successful run, which ended in 2005.

During its original run, “Everybody Loves Raymond” was nominated for over 70 Emmy awards, and won 15, including two for Best Comedy Series in 2003 and 2005. Rosenthal won the 2002 Writers Guild Award for Excellence in Television Writing for his “Everybody Loves Raymond” script, “Italy.”

The show was co-produced by Ray Romano, and was based in part on Romano's comedy material. Rosenthal's wife, actress Monica Horan, played the role of Amy MacDougall-Barone, the off-and-on girlfriend (wife after season 7) of Robert Barone (Brad Garrett) in the series. It was Rosenthal and Romano who decided to retire the series over the objections or reservations of the other cast members. Rosenthal wrote or co-wrote twenty-one episodes of the series.

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Jul 06 2020 · 54mins
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Phil Rosenthal

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Writer and producer Phil Rosenthal (creator of Everybody Loves Raymond) stops by to talk with writers Mike Sweeney and Jessie Gaskell about running into Conan and David Letterman in the wild right before quarantine, working with his brother on his food travel show “Somebody Feed Phil,” meeting Muhammed Ali, and the best showbiz advice he’s ever gotten.

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Jul 03 2020 · 41mins
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Phil Rosenthal Part III

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Season 3 of Somebody Feed Phil is now streaming on Netflix, so Phil is back for his third Air Jordan visit to discuss the season in-depth. But to kick it off, the boys talk their continued shared love of L.A. takeout in the days of Coron including meals from Providence and Connie & Ted's, Jitlada, KronnerBurger, and Jordan's new favorite chocolate cake.

Jun 17 2020 · 52mins
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Protests, Polling, and Provisions (with Phil Rosenthal)

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Joining Murphy at the helm this week is Phil Rosenthal, television writer, producer, and creator of Netflix’s “Somebody Feed Phil.” This week, we talk Trump’s plummeting approval rating amid nationwide protests, what Joe Biden needs to do to from now until November, what the latest polling could portend for the general election, and more. We also talk about the politics of food and how a meal can bring people together, especially on the campaign trail. Finally, Murphy answers listener questions on closed party primaries and which states might the likeliest bellwethers on election night.

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Jun 09 2020 · 44mins
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Ep 15 - This Is Yu - Somebody Feed Phil - Phil Rosenthal

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I'm Scott Stewart and I'm Carole Yu.

Welcome to Episode 15 of This Is Yu Podcast.

The voice you first heard is special guest Phil Rosenthal. 

He is the creator and host of “Somebody Feed Phil,” a hit series on Netflix, in which he explores his love of food and travel through his humorous and childlike wide-eyed wonder.

Phil provides an exclusive sneak peek into Season Three of his hit Netflix show. Then he inspires us with stories of his successes and failures in life and entertainment. He invigorates us with advice about maintaining humor in everyday life. And, of course we talk about male modeling, and his newly adopted Great Pyrenees puppy, Murray. 

Phil studied theater at Hofstra University on Long Island. He worked as an actor, writer, and director in New York, until he moved to Los Angeles in 1989.

After writing for series such as “Down the Shore” and “Coach”, in 1995, he created the hit comedy “Everybody Loves Raymond.” He was nominated for over 70 Emmy awards, winning 15, including the 2003 and 2005 awards for Best Comedy Series. 

He has also won the 2002 Writers Guild Award for Excellence in Television Writing, and the peabody award for the 9/11 Telethon, America: A Tribute to Heroes.”

His first food travel series “I’ll have what Phil’s having” aired on PBS in 2015, for which he received a James Beard Award in 2016.

His most recent series “Somebody Feed Phil” follows his true love of bringing family, food, and travel to the table. In his own words, “Here’s what I’ve learned: food is what connects us, and Laughs are the cement.”

 Phil lives here in Los Angeles with his wife, two children, and newly adopted sweetest, cutest Great Pyrennees puppy, Murray, who has his own Daily Murray segment on Phil’s Instagram.

 After we talk to Phil, we have a new segment 7 reasons why you should eat chocolate.

 Thank you to Phil of "Somebody Feed Phil” again for your time and infectious positivity. We were so honored and appreciative that you gave us the gift of your presence and your insight. 

This is Carole, Phil, I will always refer back to this episode whenever I need a moment of inspiration and centering to keep my spirits up! Thank you for that.

We mentioned that we were dropping off some cookies to Phil. After he received them, he forwarded a photo with the cookies and told us “The Cookies are Phenomenal." Go to our instagram @ThisIsYuOfficial to see that pic of Phil with those amazing Spelt Chocolate Chip cookies. We’re glad we could bring a little love to Phil and his family, because we definitely felt that love when we spoke with him.

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Apr 15 2020 · 45mins
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SPECIAL REPORT #3: Phil Rosenthal Just Wants Chefs to Know He Loves Them

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We thought the industry (and everybody else) could use a laugh right about now, so we invited the dependably upbeat, irreverent Phil Rosenthal, star of the Netflix series Somebody Feed Phil and co-creator of the classic sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, on to talk about his love of chefs and restaurants, and share his thoughts on where we are right now. The first of two episodes devoted to Los Angeles at this time of crisis--part two (debuting Tuesday, 3/24) features Nyesha Arrington, Dave Beran, and Mary Sue Milliken & Susan Feniger.

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Mar 23 2020 · 38mins
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Phil Rosenthal: Live in California

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Phil Rosenthal established himself as a Hollywood player in the mid-1990s when he created the iconic sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond. But these days Rosenthal is perhaps best known as the host of Somebody Feed Phil, a Netflix travel show that chronicles his journeys — and dining experiences — around the globe.

In a wide-ranging interview, Rosenthal took California Now Podcast host Soterios Johnson behind the scenes of his show, reflecting on his strong belief in the power of travel and the disarming aspect of his everyman persona: “I'm exactly like Anthony Bourdain,” Rosenthal quipped, “if he was afraid of everything.”

Rosenthal dished on an upcoming episode that showcases culinary experiences in the San Francisco Bay Area, including a whirlwind tour through Thomas Keller’s culinary empire in Yountville. Rosenthal also shared some of his favorite haunts in his adopted hometown of Los Angeles, noting that his far-flung travels have inspired him to think of local spots in a totally different way.

Mar 16 2020 · 29mins