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34 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Fox. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Fox, often where they are interviewed.

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34 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Fox. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Fox, often where they are interviewed.

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Rock's Backpages Ep. 73: James Fox on Keith Richards + Little Richard + Betty Wright + Pete Seeger

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In this week's episode, we welcome special guest James Fox, author of 1982's bestselling White Mischief and the man who, ten years ago, made Keith Richards' Life one of rock's outstanding autobiographies. James talks us through his long and distinguished career as a journalist in Africa, and as a features writer during the golden era of The Sunday Times Magazine. He describes how his friendship with "Keef" was cemented by the pieces he wrote for that publication about the Rolling Stones in 1973 and 1976, answering his hosts' questions about the great man's rhythm guitar playing.

The fantastic Mr. Fox also offers his perspective on Little Richard, whose death last week prompts discussion of the gay black southerner's explosive role in the birth of rock & roll. We hear a clip of the sometime Mr. Penniman speaking in 1985 – as well as one of the late Betty ('Clean Up Woman') Wright owning up to being a shameless show-off in 1978. Handily, James is on hand, too, to reminisce about the importance of Moe Asch's legendary Folkways label – as revisited in the week's new audio interview, a conversation with folk elder Pete Seeger conducted by Tony Scherman in 1987. Clips follow of Seeger talking about Asch and recalling Folkways legends Lead Belly and Woody Guthrie

As ever, Mark guides us through his personal library highlights, including pieces about John Coltrane (1965), Deep Purple (1970), Ashford & Simpson (1982) and Billy Idol (1990). Jasper concludes matters with quotes from pieces about Joanna Newsom (2015), JPEGMAFIA (2017) and, erm, James Blunt (2020).

Many thanks to special guest James Fox—visit his website at jamesfox.co.uk.

The Rock's Backpages podcast is proud to be part of the Pantheon podcast network.

Pieces discussed: Keith Richards' guitar playing, Rolling Stones, Papa Wemba, Little Richard, Little Richarder, Little Richardest, Betty Wright, Betty Wrighter, Pete Seeger, John Coltrane Quartet, Velvet Underground and Nico, Kate and Anna McGarrigle, Ashford & Simpson, Billy Idol, Ice-T, Acid House, Joanna Newsom, JPEGMAFIA and James Blunt.

May 20 2020

1hr 10mins

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E73: James Fox on Keith Richards + Little Richard + Betty Wright + Pete Seeger

Rock's Backpages
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In this week's episode, we welcome special guest James Fox, author of 1982's bestselling White Mischief and the man who, ten years ago, made Keith Richards' Life one of rock's outstanding autobiographies. James talks us through his long and distinguished career as a journalist in Africa, and as a features writer during the golden era of The Sunday Times Magazine. He describes how his friendship with "Keef" was cemented by the pieces he wrote for that publication about the Rolling Stones in 1973 and 1976, answering his hosts' questions about the great man's rhythm guitar playing.

The fantastic Mr. Fox also offers his perspective on Little Richard, whose death last week prompts discussion of the gay black southerner's explosive role in the birth of rock & roll. We hear a clip of the sometime Mr. Penniman speaking in 1985 – as well as one of the late Betty ('Clean Up Woman') Wright owning up to being a shameless show-off in 1978. Handily, James is on hand, too, to reminisce about the importance of Moe Asch's legendary Folkways label – as revisited in the week's new audio interview, a conversation with folk elder Pete Seeger conducted by Tony Scherman in 1987. Clips follow of Seeger talking about Asch and recalling Folkways legends Lead Belly and Woody Guthrie

As ever, Mark guides us through his personal library highlights, including pieces about John Coltrane (1965), Deep Purple (1970), Ashford & Simpson (1982) and Billy Idol (1990). Jasper concludes matters with quotes from pieces about Joanna Newsom (2015), JPEGMAFIA (2017) and, erm, James Blunt (2020).

Many thanks to special guest James Fox—visit his website at jamesfox.co.uk.

The Rock's Backpages podcast is proud to be part of the Pantheon podcast network.

Pieces discussed: Keith Richards' guitar playing, Rolling Stones, Papa Wemba, Little Richard, Little Richarder, Little Richardest, Betty Wright, Betty Wrighter, Pete Seeger, John Coltrane Quartet, Velvet Underground and Nico, Kate and Anna McGarrigle, Ashford & Simpson, Billy Idol, Ice-T, Acid House, Joanna Newsom, JPEGMAFIA and James Blunt.

May 18 2020

1hr 9mins

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March 23, 2020: COVID-19's Impact on MLB w/ James Fox

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FutureSox's Senior Editor, James Fox joined Patrick Flowers and Austin Bloomberg to discuss the current state of Major League Baseball, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected things like the MLB Draft, service time issues, the international signing period, and when we might expect to see baseball in 2020.

Mar 23 2020

49mins

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James Fox, Ellen Buttrick and Ben Pritchard

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Tim Dellor braves a windy rowing lake with James Fox, Ellen Buttrick and Ben Pritchard.

Mar 10 2020

24mins

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'UFO – A QUESTION OF INCURSION W/ JAMES FOX' - February 6, 2020

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2/6/20: UFO – A QUESTION OF INCURSION W/ JAMES FOX
When considering the prospect of intelligent alien life, humankind should prepare for the worst, according to a new study. Either we're alone, or any extraterrestrials out there are acquisitive and resource-hungry, just like us. It all comes down to if there is an incursion – are we supposed to be optimists or suckers? On tonight's show, Clyde Lewis talks with James Fox, director of the UFO documentary, The Phenomenon, about UFO - A QUESTION OF INCURSION.

Feb 07 2020

2hr 4mins

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2-1-20 - Film maker James Fox, Preston Dennett, Author

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**  Joining me this Saturday morning, February 1st as our main guest is James Fox, on the Exploring Unexplained Phenomena radio program (EUP).

James Fox is a documentary film maker and featured speaker at the Starworks USA UFO Symposium, November 6-8, 2020 in Laughlin, NV.

His films include:
"The Phenomenon" (director), release September 2020.
"I Know What I Saw" (director), 2014.
"Out of the Blue" (director), 2003.
"UFOs: 50 Years of Denial (producer), 1997.

The entire EUP program is 10 am - 12 noon Central Time, and the main guest segment with James Fox is 10:40 - 11:50 am Central (8:40 - 9:50 am Pacific).

Watch the new trailer for "The Phenomenon" here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onEXmLX2ZZQ .

More information about James Fox:
https://www.facebook.com/Mr.JCFox . http://www.starworksusa.com .

We'll start the EUP program with Charleen and "Pet Talk" with dogs and cats for adoption from the Capital Humane Society of Lincoln, NE.
The second opening segment is "The Seen and the Unseen" with Preston Dennett.  Preston always has some interesting stories and cases he's working on.
Our main guest segment with James Fox starts about 10:40 am Central (8:40 am Pacific).

Listen live Saturday morning 10 am - 12 noon Central,
http://www.kzum.org .
Listen live in Lincoln, NE via KZUM Radio 89.3 FM.
Listen to the free archives:
2005 - 2/2017, http://www.eupradio.net .
2/2017 to the present, http://www.kzum.org/eup/ .

The Exploring Unexplained Phenomena radio program (EUP) is the world's longest-running paranormal talk radio program.  Thank you as always for your support.  On February 8th I hope you can join other listeners and donate during the EUP program to non-profit non-commercial independent KZUM Radio during their big fundraiser.

Stay curious.

Feb 06 2020

1hr 32mins

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February 5, 2020: A Conversation w/ James Fox, Senior Editor at FutureSox

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On tonight's episode of White Sox Unfiltered Patrick Flowers sat down with FutureSox Senior Editor, James Fox to discuss his recent interview and story on new Chicago White Sox Senior Biomechanical Engineer Ben Hansen, the organization's commitment to new-age player development technology and philosophies, a potential shift in draft focus, and roster construction as we approach Spring Training next week.

Full Show Notes

  • Who is Ben Hansen, Senior Biomechanical Engineer?
  • A new organization-wide commitment to analytics in player development and health & recovery.
  • Thoughts on Mike Shirley, new White Sox Director of Amateur Scouting, and a potential shift in draft focus.
  • Making sense of the bullpen & roster construction heading into Spring Training.
  • Bold predictions for 2020.
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Feb 06 2020

49mins

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James Fox of Future Sox joins Tom to talk White Sox offseason and prospects.  

-2020 expectations/plan for Michael Kopech.

-Next wave of prospects.

-Trade currency.

-Defensive concerns?

-Is Hahn done adding?

Jan 30 2020

37mins

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2013-10-16 - Dark Matter with Art Bell - Tobias McGriff - James Fox - UFO and Paranormal Research

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2013-10-16 - Dark Matter with Art Bell - Tobias McGriff - James Fox - UFO and Paranormal Research

Dec 12 2019

3hr 11mins

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James Fox - EPISODE 3

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This Episode is with James Fox - Gavita UK. Episodes will be released each month and will feature a wide array of guests from the Indoor growing and cannabis community, talking about all manner of topics in a laid back, relaxed fashion.

The Hydro Chronicle aims to bridge the gap between the experts, brands, and the hobbyist grower through relaxed and open conversation about all manner of issues related to the indoor growing world and beyond. 

By being open, honest and inviting key guests to the podcast which are integral to the industry from either the past, the present, the future or all of the above. 

An industry veteran with 4 grow books under his belt and another 2 books due in out in 2020 for the American market, Rich also is a prolific industry writer and content provider whom writes for industry magazines across the world. 

Dec 08 2019

1hr 15mins

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