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33 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jason Gay. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jason Gay, often where they are interviewed.

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33 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jason Gay. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jason Gay, often where they are interviewed.

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A Restaurant Revival, the Problems With Social Media, and Surviving As a Quarantine Chef With Jason Gay | House of Carbs

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House sits down with Wall Street Journal writer Jason Gay to talk about his latest story, "Confession of a Burned-Out Quarantine Chief." They also discuss what they hope will be a revival of the restaurant industry post-COVID-19, along with how the social media age of excess will fade away.

May 13 2020

54mins

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WSJ sports columnist Jason Gay talks writing, riding, and surviving in NYC during COVID

Better with Bikes
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On this episode of Better With Bikes, we’re happy to welcome Wall Street Journal sports columnist, author, and bike nut Jason Gay. Jason joined Mark and Eric, all from their respective living rooms, to talk about COVID-19’s impact on the cycling world, among other things.

Together, they discuss the sports world as a whole during the pandemic, talk about what it’s like to be the “bike guy” in the office, and provide a few tips for other aspiring stay-at-home virtual cyclists. 

Apr 20 2020

39mins

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Romo’s Big Contract, First Take’s Rise, Biden’s Comeback, and the Coronavirus With Bryan Curtis and Jason Gay | The Bill Simmons Podcast

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The Sports Repodders returns as HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Bryan Curtis and WSJ’s Jason Gay to discuss rumors of Al Michaels to ESPN, TV rights deals, Tony Romo’s big CBS contract, the next great sports broadcaster, the newfound legitimacy of ‘First Take,’ ESPN’s decision to cancel ‘High Noon,’ Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on sports, the 2020 election, and more!

Mar 06 2020

1hr 43mins

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Badger Bonus - Jason Gay

Wisconsin Alumni Association
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Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Gay often wears his Badger pride on his sleeve as he writes articles like “To Save the World, Wisconsin Really Needs to Beat Michigan.” Jason stopped by the Wisconsin Alumni Association® headquarters before his 2019 Winter Commencement speech to talk sports, the futility of being cool, and embracing the chaos of life.

Feb 28 2020

39mins

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Fan Appreciation Night: Jason Gay and Justine Gubar | February 23, 2016

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On February 23, 2016, three writers appeared at Gelf Magazine's Varsity Letters at The Gallery at Le Poisson Rouge for a night to devoted you, the fans.

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Oct 27 2019

55mins

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Could China Cancel the NBA? Plus, Fox's 'Smackdown' and WWE vs. AEW With Jason Gay and David Shoemaker | The Bill Simmons Podcast

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HBO and The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by the Wall Street Journal's Jason Gay to discuss the fallout from Daryl Morey's Hong Kong tweet, the upcoming exhibition games in China, whether or not the NBA has leverage, where ESPN fits into all this, and more (2:36). Finally, Bill talks with David Shoemaker of 'The Masked Man Show' to discuss Fox's 'Friday Night Smackdown' and this year's stacked wrestling calendar before asking, "Do we have too much wrestling?" (1:06:10).

Oct 08 2019

1hr 35mins

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Jason Gay And Tom Perrotta Wrap The 2019 US Open

Thirty Love: Conversations About Tennis
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Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Gay and longtime tennis writer Tom Perrotta rejoin Thirty Love host Carl Bialik from the US Open to wrap the 2019 tournament: the epic men's final, Bianca Andreescu's earth-shaking win, the preeminence of women's tennis, and what it'll all look like in five years.

Listen to Jason Gay's prior appearances on Thirty Love: after the 2018 US Open, after the 2017 US Open, and in July 2017.

Listen to Tom Perrotta's prior appearances on Thirty Love: from the 2018 US Open, in October 2017, in July 2017, and in May 2017.

Have a suggestion for a Thirty Love guest? Email Carl at bialik@pm.me

Music by Lee Rosevere: "Credit Roll" and "Glass Android."

Sep 09 2019

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M&C - Gerry likes Bryce Harper again because of the Betsy Ross flag; Jason Gay joins the show, 7-10-19

Mut & Callahan
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Hour 4: Gerry says he likes Bryce Harper again because he likes the Betsy Ross flag. And Jason Gay joins the show to talk about his tweet comparing Megan Rapinoe.

Jul 10 2019

33mins

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Fourth of July Food and Booze Edition With Jason Gay and Adam Rapoport | House of Carbs

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House talks with Jason Gay about his WSJ article "17 Rules for Your 4th of July Cookout." They tackle brats, burgers, hot dogs, guests who bring grill items, the importance of timing, and more (4:10). Then House connects with Bon Apetit's Adam Rapoport to discuss some top-tier grilling recipes and summer drinks that will light up your Fourth (25:30).

Jul 03 2019

1hr 11mins

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VN Pod, ep. 148: Jason Gay of The Wall Street Journal talks Tour, Zwift, and fat biking

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On this week's episode of The VeloNews Podcast, Jason Gay of The Wall Street Journal calls in to talk about the Tour de France, the rise of Zwift and indoor cycling, and his experiences at the Fat Bike World Championships, among other topics.

Jason is a weekly sports columnist at The WSJ, and he regularly writes about the National Football League, NBA Basketball, and other mainstream sports. But Jason is also a cyclist and passionate follower of the sport, and thus, he also regularly writes about cycling topics. Fred and Jason discuss what cycling topics are able to break through to mainstream audiences.

Finally, Jason makes his predictions for who will win the Tour de France.

This week's episode of The VeloNews Podcast is sponsored by Garmin and its line of Edge cycling computers. The Edge 530 and touch screen 830 are lightweight and extremely durable computers that go beyond data collection with training tools designed to help you reach your peak performance.

For more information go to Garmin's website: https://buy.garmin.com/en-US/US/into-sports/cycling/cIntoSports-cCycling-p1.html

Jul 02 2019

49mins

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