S2 E03 Winning Big (with Billie Jean King and Kamau Murray)
The GOAT: Serena
Serena Williams has won 23 Grand Slam singles titles, making her the most decorated singles tennis player of the Open era. The question is, what exactly makes an all-time Grand Slam singles champion? Starting with Serena’s first Grand Slam win at the US Open in 1999, hosts Zina Garrison and Chanda Rubin track her path to becoming the greatest of all time with stories and insight from tennis hall of famer and icon Billie Jean King and renowned tennis coach Kamau Murray. In this episode, you’ll learn that winning big isn’t just about having talent on the court, but it’s much more. It’s a full time job that requires the right attitude, passion, and strategy - all of which Serena possesses. The GOAT: Serena is a production of Diversion Podcasts in association with iHeartRadio. Hosts: Zina Garrison and Chanda Rubin. Written by Pete Bodo. Produced and directed by Mark Francis and Scott Waxman. Consulting Producer: Andrew Kalb. Production Assistant: Anita Okoye. Original Music: Andy Marvel. Social Media Manager: Stephen Tompkins. Director of Marketing and Business Development: Jacob Bronstein. Executive Producers: Scott Waxman and Mark Francis. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Billie Jean King is forever remembered as the winner of the Battle of the Sexes, but the battles she fought for equal pay and non-discrimination are still reverberating today. Billie talks with Marc about her realization at 12 years old that she needed to fight for equality, her founding of the Women’s Tennis Association, and her advice for today’s players. They also talk about the mental and emotional toll of sports for all athletes, which were compounded for Billie as she struggled with her sexuality and suffered from an eating disorder.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tennis legend Billie Jean King is known for winning a record 20 Wimbledon titles and defeating Bobby Riggs in the 1973 "Battle of the Sexes." But she's also remembered for taking on the tennis establishment and fighting for recognition and pay for women players, a high-risk undertaking that opened doors for generations of women that followed. Her new book is 'All In: An Autobiography.'TV critic David Bianculli reviews 'Nine Perfect Strangers' on Hulu. Kenan Thompson joined the 'SNL' cast in 2003, making him the longest-running cast member on the show. We'll talk about his sitcom 'Kenan' and some of his more memorable 'SNL' sketches.
King is known for winning a record 20 Wimbledon titles and defeating Bobby Riggs in the 1973 "Battle of the Sexes." But she's also remembered for taking on the tennis establishment and fighting for recognition and pay for women players, a high-risk undertaking that opened doors for generations of women that followed. In a new memoir, King describes her battles for equity and inclusion in the game, becoming an activist for women's and LGBTQ rights, and some difficult moments in personal life, including having a closeted lesbian relationship outed in a lawsuit. Her new book is 'All In: An Autobiography.'Also, TV critic David Bianculli reviews a new film about Broadway, from 1959 through the '80s.
Billie Jean King: Tennis icon & social justice pioneer
In Depth With Graham Bensinger
Graham Bensinger sits down with tennis legend and champion for gender equality, Billie Jean King. She reflects on career highlights, including the famed Battle of the Sexes match against Bobby Riggs, her decision to help form the first women’s league and her vision for World TeamTennis (WTT). King also discusses her beginnings in the sport and the tense press conference when she first publicly admitted she is gay.Watch all of Graham’s video interviews at YouTube.com/Grahambensinger. Follow Graham on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @GrahamBensinger. Find TV times for the weekly show at GrahamBensinger.com.
Kamau Murray hosts the debut episode of the all-new Tennis.com podcast, and he's joined by one of the biggest icons in sports history, the one and only Billie Jean King. Listen as she discusses her upbringing in the sport, how the "Original 9" changed the game forever, and the current state of tennis in this all-encompassing interview. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 15 - Billie Jean King Cup recap with Caroline Cameron
Match Point Canada
Team Canada delivered a playoff tie victory of Serbia at the Billie Jean King Cup to move into qualifiers for 2022!To recap the performance, Caroline Cameron of Sportsnet joins us as we discuss the great showing of Leylah Fernandez, Rebecca Marino's amazing story, and Canada's prospects on the international stage moving forward.We also recap a big title in Monte Carlo from Stefanos Tsitsipas, surprise losses from Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.We also discuss new COVID-19 restrictions affecting tennis players in Ontario.Enjoy!Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Billie Jean King - The Reaction; And what’s next for us
The Tennis Podcast
Catherine is joined by David and Matt to react to her big interview with Billie Jean King. Picking up on some of the points raised by Billie Jean, we discuss the way she makes us feel when she talks about tennis, the way she forces us to challenge our preconceptions, the emphasis she puts on the importance of knowing your history, the lessons she can teach us about not alienating your audience, the place of team events in tennis, and the majors vs. slams debate.We also share our plans for Australian Open Re-Lived week and beyond. The Tennis Podcast is presented by Catherine Whitaker and David Law, and features Matt Roberts. It is produced weekly year-round, and daily during the Grand Slam tournaments.*SUPPORT THE TENNIS PODCAST* If you’re reading this before 8pm in the U.K. on Thursday 21st January, then there’s still time to back our 2021 crowdfunding campaign! If you want to show your support, get yourself a shout-out or an intro, take part in our predictions competition or guest edit a show, or just buy us a beer - https://tennispodca.st/Kickstarter2021wA huge thanks to everyone who has already done so.*NEWSLETTER*Sign up to get our news, offers, predictions and Matt’s Stat - http://eepurl.com/gbmzRX*EMAIL*We hope that the podcast helps to provide some form of escape during these challenging times. If you ever feel like writing to us, our e-mail is open – email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode is a conversation between Catherine Whitaker and Billie Jean King. Through stories about the Battle of the Sexes, the Original 9, the awarding of equal prize money at the US Open in 1973, her time spent with Bud Collins, and knowing Althea Gibson, Billie Jean connects the past with the present, explaining why it’s so important to know your tennis history and how it impacts the modern game. Now 77-years-old, Billie Jean’s love for tennis and her desire for it to be as good as it possibly can be shine through. She makes the case for there to be more team events, recognises some elements which are holding the sport back, but ultimately provides an optimistic message about tennis’ future, buoyed by the direction leaders such as Naomi Osaka and Coco Gauff are taking it. There are moments of intense introspection, too, as she talks candidly about her struggle to be her authentic self, her regrets, the challenges of competing at the top level in your late 30s, what it means to ‘stay in the room’, and the responsibility that comes with having her name on the Billie Jean King Cup. The Tennis Podcast is presented by Catherine Whitaker and David Law, and features Matt Roberts. It is produced weekly year-round, and daily during the Grand Slam tournaments.*SUPPORT THE TENNIS PODCAST* Our Kickstarter campaign to crowdfund 2021 went live on December 1st and we reached our funding goal just two days later.Thank you to everyone that has backed us, sent words of encouragement and kindness, and simply appreciated the podcast for what it is. You have ensured that the pod will continue weekly in 2021, daily at Slams, and with plenty of interviews and Tennis Re-Lived along the way.The Kickstarter will remain open until mid-January, so here's the link if you want to show your support, get yourself a shout-out or an intro, or just buy us a beer - https://tennispodca.st/Kickstarter2021w*NEWSLETTER*Sign up to get our news, offers, predictions and Matt’s Stat - http://eepurl.com/gbmzRX*EMAIL*We hope that the podcast helps to provide some form of escape during these challenging times. If you ever feel like writing to us, our e-mail is open – firstname.lastname@example.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Billie Jean King — Pro Tennis Player and LGBTQ + Gender Equality Advocate [Sam Eggers]
Broads You Should Know
This week, Sam brings us the story of pro tennis player/icon Billie Jean King! Billie Jean King was an international star long before the infamous Battle of the Sexes (for which the movie about her is named), but became an even bigger icon after the fact. Her continued fight for LGBTQ rights and Gender Pay equality make her a Broad you absolutely need to know! — A Broad is a woman who lives by her own rules. Broads You Should Know is the podcast about the Broads who helped shape our world! — 3 Ways you can help support the podcast: Write a review on iTunes Share your favorite episode on social Tell a friend! — THE HOSTS Broads You Should Know is hosted by Sam Eggers, Sara Gorsky, & Chloe Skye IGs: @BroadsYouShouldKnow @SaraGorsky @SamLAEggers Chloe's Blog: www.chloejadeskye.com Chloe's other podcasts: "Modern Eyes with Skye and Stone" & "Skye and Stone do Television" Sam's short: "Dickie & Bea" www.BroadsYouShouldKnow.com web design by Sara Gorsky Email us: BroadsYouShouldKnow@gmail.com Produced by Chloe Skye & Jupiter Stone; Edited by Chloe Skye