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5 - Who am I, Meryl Streep?

Club Twirls with the Girls

The girls had a lengthy list of talking points this week! The girls start out by recapping their weeks.  They then give their thoughts on the Netflix show, Full Swing. The LPGA is still on break for one more week, but some of the LPGA players dominated the Ladies European Tour event in Saudi. Lydia Ko and Aditi Ashok were at the top of the leaderboard, so we're excited to watch them next week in Thailand for the LPGA's 2nd event of the season. The PGA had the Genisis Invitational at Riviera Country Club, and Jon Rahm came out on top with Max Homa fighting hard but falling just short. Tiger Woods packed around a Tampon, but then made a little girl's day by signing a glove for her, Rory McIlroy almost threw a club, and Sahith Theegala ended up in the top 10! After this weekend, Jon Rahm is back in the World Number 1 spot after his 3rd win this calendar year! Bernhard Langer won the Champions Tour tournament so he is now tied for the most Champions Tour wins. He also has a fantastic smile. The girls are starting to receive some great golf stories, so please continue to send them to us! Either DM us on Instagram or email us at clubtwirlswiththegirls@gmail.com. Blakely is prepping for her trip to Phoenix to meet with Sonja, and she's extremely anxious about losing her clubs. Please keep engaging on Instagram, and send us a review on Apple Podcasts! We so appreciate your support! Be sure to follow us on Instagram! http://www.instagram.com/clubtwirlswiththegirlsHosts: Sonja and Blakely Muse:Adam Scott


22 Feb 2023

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TalkSports 2-16 HR 2: What Do You Think Meryl Streep Is Doing Right Now

FOX Sports Knoxville

TalkSports 2-16 HR 2: What Do You Think Meryl Streep Is Doing Right Now by FOX Sports Knoxville


16 Feb 2023

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RECAP EPISODE: Meryl Streep Wants to Give You A High Five!


In the latest recap episode, Beave celebrates the Guardians' advancement to the next round of the MLB playoffs against the hated New York Yankees.  Len and Beave do a final debrief on the Cubs and Sox.  Both Len and Beave refuse to talk about the Bears or Browns, based on their pathetic recent weekends.  Beave derides the first quarter of the book "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance".   Len reviews Neil Young's latest album, "Toast".  and the Cowboy Junkies' "Songs of the Recollection".  Plus Len reviews incredibly obscure albums (to Beave, anyway) for his personal Top 500 list.  Beave ponders Bjork and whether he should play her album "Post" at his next party.  And Beave reveals his hatred of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, to Len's delight. Tune in!

1hr 39mins

15 Oct 2022

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The Bread and Butter Podcast with Brecklyn Simmons

This episode is an ode to the Ugg wearing (yes, really), super trouper-ing, Oscar winning queen of all our hearts, MERYL STREEP. I can't wait to tell you more! 


2 Aug 2022

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The AwardsWatch Podcast #143: Our most anticipated films of 2022, Madonna, a Meryl Streep game and more

The AwardsWatch Podcast

On episode 143 of The AwardsWatch Podcast, AwardsWatch Executive Editor Ryan McQuade is joined by AwardsWatch contributors Nicole Ackman and Kevin Lee to give out their Top 5 most anticipated films remaining for 2022, answer some listener questions, and play a quick game. A few weeks ago, the podcast crew talked about their favorite films of the year so far. As we cross over into July, we are starting the second half of 2022, where bigger budget spectacles release alongside all the films that will play apart within the awards season conversation. With this, Ryan, Nicole, and Kevin give out their top 5 most anticipated films remaining within the calendar year. From films like Blonde, Women Talking, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, Decision to Leave, Nope, Avatar: The Way of Water and many more are mentioned in this discussion, which shows a bountiful slate of films for all audiences to enjoy as well as provoke fascinating discussions. Moving on from their top 5 lists, the group answers some wonderful listener questions, starting with if they would give Natalie Portman or Christian Bale a second Oscar from the work in their career (a question brought up because of the release of the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder). Next, they talk about which non-English language performance from the last ten years they would give an Oscar nomination to. They also give out their top 3 Madonna songs, give an update on if The Whale will be released this year, and the Oscar chances for Nope. As things wrapped this segment up, they also talked about which actors they think will win a second acting Oscar, and what they think of the fourth season of Stranger Things. Lastly, the three host play a quick round of Cinephile Filmography, competing over the films of the legendary Meryl Streep. It was a great reminder of just how many movies the three-time Oscar-winning actress has been in, including a lot of dramas and, more recently, musicals that provide a long, fascinating round. After they finish the game for the week, they each give a recommendation for readers and listeners to go watch right now You can listen to The AwardsWatch Podcast wherever you stream podcasts, from iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, Spotify and more. This podcast runs 2h06m. So, without further ado, let’s get into it. Music: "Modern Fashion" used by permission from AShamaleuvmusic

2hr 6mins

4 Jul 2022

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EP26: I want Meryl Streep to ....... me!

Oh Oscar!

Episode 26 features queer rising star comedian Alex Kim. He explains navigating life as semi-closeted POC queer comedian, why he's obsessed with DNA, cutting an orgy short and who (you'll be shocked) he'd want to lose his virginity to.  Be sure to check out Alex Kim on IG @ alexkimedian and also his podcast "Where Are You From" w/ cohost Ann Chun, available on all streaming platforms. 


27 May 2022

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Episode 2: Starring Meryl Streep

Hidden Tea Party

Part II of Legend of the Golden Witch. We finally discuss who Beatrice is, witness some gruesome murders, and become a true crime podcast maybe? Twitter: @HiddenTeaParty Courtney's Twitter: @YukariKotozume Rowan's Twitter: @_ulfberht_ Voice-over provided by Tarlo. Intro and Outro music by Beth Read.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hiddenteaparty/message

1hr 9mins

15 May 2022

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#294 - The Uncanny Meryl Streep

The Important Cinema Club

We discuss Meryl Streep and her performances in SOPHIE'S CHOICE, SILKWOOD and SHE-DEMON.Join the Patreon now for an exclusive episode every week, access to our entire Patreon Episode back catalogue, your name read out on the next episode, and the friendly Discord chat: patreon.com/theimportantcinemaclubSubscribe, Review and Rate Us on Apple Podcasts: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-…ub/id1067435576Follow the Podcast: twitter.com/ImprtCinemaClubFollow Will: twitter.com/WillSloanESQFollow Justin: twitter.com/DeclouxJCheck out Justin's other podcasts THE BAY STREET VIDEO PODCAST (@thebaystreetvideopodcast) and NO SUCH THING AS A BAD MOVIE (@nosuchthingasabadmovie) as well as Will's other podcast MICHAEL AND US (@michael-and-us)


13 May 2022

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Ep. 54 - 1983 Meryl Streep

Best Actress

The year is 1983 and the nominees are:Julie Andrews - Victor/Victoria 2. Jessica Lange - Frances 3. Sissy Spacek - Missing 4. Meryl Streep - Sophie’s Choice 5. Debra Winger - An Officer and a Gentleman-In 1983 Meryl Streep won her second Oscar for a performance that is regarded as one of the greatest of all time in Sophie’s Choice. Streep plays a Polish woman who survives the holocaust because she speaks German, French, English, and becomes an asset to the Nazi’s. Her biggest competition this evening was Jessica Lange for the movie Frances playing the late Frances Farmer. For the record, the real Frances Farmer never had a lobotomy. Julie Andrews was nominated for a gender bending role in the very gay friendly musical, Victor/Victoria. Sissy Spacek received her third Oscar notation for ‘Missing’ playing the wife of an idealistic American writer during the Chilean coup d’état in 1973. Debra Winger was nominated for her iconic role in An Officer and a Gentleman. Winger despises this movie and likes to deny she ever had any involvement (fair). Join host Kyle Brownrigg with guest host Cathryn Naiker as they discuss.

31 Mar 2022

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Episode 102: Meryl Streep (with Linda Stogner)

Obsessed with Sophie Buddle

Sophie is joined by Linda Stogner to talk about an accident involving a train, running comedy shows, paintings, and her obsession with Meryl Streep.

1hr 1min

30 Mar 2022