Fran Fraschilla is joined by David Hein of heinnews.com to preview this weekend's Euroleague Final Four. Then, we hear from a handful of previous guests (including Luis Scola, Kyle Hines, Rick Pitino, Ettore Messina, Kevin Pangos, Errick McCollum and Davide Moretti) about what makes the Euroleague so special.
Episode 121: International Basketball Journalist, David Hein
Sports Business Secrets
Today I’m joined by basketball journalist @heinnews to talk about the world of international basketball!We discuss why Germany is one of the best markets to play in, the differences between youth development overseas & his recent book!
A Breakdown of European Basketball with David Hein
World of Basketball with Fran Fraschilla
Fran Fraschilla is joined by European basketball journalist David Hein (heinnews.com // @heinnews). The two discuss a wide variety of topics, including:David on the different routes young players take in EuropeDavid on German basketballDavid on Berlin basketballDavid on the benefits of playing underage in EuropeDavid on what it Is about European basketball that helps players transition to the NBA David on Facundo CampazzoDavid on young European players being less star-struckDavid on relegation in European basketballDavid on the difference between college basketball, European basketballDavid on the Luka Doncic draftDavid on Mario Nakic and loaning players out to other teamsDavid on how the various competitions across Europe workDavid on the European schedulesDavid on the early European players in the NBADavid on Maxi KleberDavid on Aleksej Pokusevski
David Hein, the hardest working person in journalism, is the guest this week as he talks about his new book and shares his EuroLeague thoughts with Aris, Emmet, and Moshe. All that plus our picks for the upcoming round of games on EuroLeague SWEET 16
David Hein talks Hoops in face of COVID-19 + Israel basketball update! The Sports Rabbi Show Episode 78!
The Sports Rabbi
David Hein, freelance basketball journalist for FIBA, Champions League, Euroleague and more comes on board with The Sports Rabbi Josh Halickman as we look at how COVID-19 affecting European hoops and beyond. We talk about the need to find a way to protect the players during these uncertain times and what the collateral effect may be over the coming months to domestic and continental leagues. Moshe Halickman also joins me as we talk about the Israeli league suspending play due to the Coronavirus. We also rundown Hapoel Jerusalem’s Champions League action from last week!
Indoor Football League Introduction with David Hein, and Voices From Training Camp
Indoor Cats Podcast
Welcome to the Indoor Cats Podcast, a show dedicated to the Oakland Panthers of the Indoor Football League. In Episode 10, we get a lesson on the Indoor Football League from David Hein of Sports Coast to Coast, then hear from several Panthers during Rod's visit to training camp. Listen to the Indoor Cats Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and of course on Anchor.
Episode 114: Irene Sankoff & David Hein get Broadwaysted!
Play along as Irene Sankoff & David Hein (Come From Away) join Bryan, Kevin, and Kimberly for Reyka vodka, Tanteo tequila, broadway talk, theatre games, bad puns, MANCAN wine, and Flor de Caña rum.Become a supporter on our Patreon: https://bit.ly/2Q2zELGThis episode is brought to you by Goldstar! Get $10 off already discounted tickets by using the code BROADWAYSTED at checkout.goldstar.com/broadwaysted Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Producer's Perspective Podcast with Ken Davenport
Irene Sankoff and David Hein are a Canadian librettist and composer-lyricist couple, best known for co-writing the Broadway musical Come From Away. After spending several years studying and working in New York the couple returned to Toronto where Hein wrote a song, "My Mother's Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding", about his mother and her later life partner. Sankoff and Hein expanded the song into a play that became a hit at the Toronto Fringe Festival in 2009 and then picked up by Mirvish Productions for a run at Toronto's Panasonic Theatre before touring Canada. As a result of My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding's success, theatre producer Michael Rubinoff approached Hein and Sankoff with his idea about a show based on Operation Yellow Ribbon in which residents of Gander, Newfoundland, housed 7,000 airline passengers who had been stranded at Gander Airport as a result of the grounding of all North American air flights following the September 11 attacks. The couple visited Gander in 2011 during the 10-year reunion of passengers and locals, and subsequently wrote Come from Away based on the stories they learned there.Listen in to hear them talk about… Why they became musical theater writers solely to spend more time together. The Rules they have as a writing team to make sure they stay married…and stay writing together (these are worth the price of this podcast alone!). How to stand up for your script against big time Broadway veterans when you’re a rookie, and its importance to your show’s success. Why they never thought that Come From Away would play Broadway, and how that attitude helped get the show here. The importance of a day job as you’re on your way to write for the theater… or do anything in the theater! Keep up with me: @KenDavenportBwaywww.theproducersperspective.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"Come From Away" Writers Irene Sankoff and David Hein
YOU GUYS! The "Come From Away" obsession continues! For today’s episode, I had the great honor of sitting down for a chat with the Irene Sankoff and David Hein who conceived the show and wrote the music, book, and lyrics. I could barely contain myself. The show, of course, is nominated for 7 Tony Awards this year including Best Book of a Musical and Best Original Score for Irene and David. It's also nominated for the all important Best New Musical. It was so exciting to get to chat with them about how the show came to be and it’s journey from their living room to Broadway. I loved them SO much! Enjoy!
Writers Irene Sankoff and David Hein: Come From Away
The Performers Podcast
Irene Sankoff and David Hein are the co-writers of the hit Broadway show "Come From Away." We talk about how Irene and David interviewed people to create the foundation for the musical. They explain the development process, with theatre students at The Canadian Music Theatre Project, which is part of the Sheridan College Music Theatre Performance Program. They also worked with Goodspeed Musicals, a non-profit organization dedicated to musical theater based in Connecticut. Come From Away is a perfect intersection of David's love of folk music and Irene's love of Broadway musicals. Thanks to my sponsors: AnthroDesk The best sit/stand desk. Details here. Chefs PlateSave 50% on a week's worth of delicious food