Today’s guest is Roger Mitchell, who you may know from another sports business podcast, Are You Not Entertained, where he uses his background in sport, finance and the music industry to great effect in questioning what’s happening in sport. Roger is great to talk to on a range of subjects, so that’s what we do, from podcasts and private equity to Spurs, Celtic, The Verve, machine learning and Tiger Woods. It’s a broad church and a good laugh. If you like the podcasts you’ll love the Unofficial Partner newsletter, that goes direct to the inbox of thousands of senior executives across the global sports business every Thursday. To join them, sign up via unofficialpartner.com
The Grant Williams Podcast: Roger Mitchell, Albachiara SAGL - Preview
The Grant Williams Podcast
Roger Mitchell of Albachiara SAGL is Grant’s guest for the eighth episode of The Grant Williams Podcast. With the recent shambolic failure of the European Super League as a backdrop, the two discuss the escalating involvement of ‘big finance’ in the world of sport and Roger explains why American private equity money has found (and will continue to find) opportunity amidst ‘beautiful chaos’. From salary caps to super leagues, from NFTs to AI and machine-learning, the world of sport is harnessing the zeitgeist like few other industries right now and Roger takes us on a fascinating journey inside the incredible change and broad opportunity spectrum offered by an industry previously seen as staid and unsalvageable.
Former SPL CEO Roger Mitchell with A Celtic State of Mind
A Celtic State of Mind
A Celtic State of Mind was named as the UK's Best Football Podcast at the prestigious Football Blogging Awards.In this latest episode, Paul John Dykes chats to former SPL CEO Roger Mitchell, where they discuss:* The brilliance of a young Charlie Nicholas;* Stopping the ten in 1998;* Becoming CEO of the SPL;* Early advice from Fergus McCann;* Getting off on the wrong foot with Allan MacDonald;* The Atlantic League and why it didn't happen;* Why Celtic must get out of Scottish football.A Celtic State of Mind has gone from strength-to-strength over the last couple of years, and there are many more guests lined up in the weeks ahead from the world of sport, music, film, art, broadcasting, literature and politics.Connect with A Celtic State of Mind @PaulJohnDykes and @ACSOMPOD and subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or through your podcast player.
Roger Mitchell - Physician & Chief Medical Examiner Washington, DC
My Brother Podcast
Roger Mitchell was born and raised in northern New Jersey, where he grew up as the youngest of two children and played football through high school. He completed his undergraduate degree at Howard, before enrolling at and receiving his medical degree from New Jersey Medical School. His triumphant career led him to become at one point the youngest chief medical examiner in the nation at age 36, and he presently serves as the Chief Medical Examiner for Washington, DC.
🚨 Today I speak to former SPL chief executive Roger Mitchell - @RPMComo about what goes on when tv deals are negotiated and just how close SPL TV was to fruition. We also discuss the future of Scottish football - both from a business standpoint and a footballing standpoint. ⚽️🏴
E. ROGER MITCHELL - BEHIND THE SCENES WITH MANN ROBINSON, Know Your Role
Behind The Scenes
Today's guest is Emmy nominated American actor E. Roger Mitchel We talk to the decorated actor about the art of the craft of acting, some of his memorable performance past and present, AND how one role, in particular, was created for him after auditioning for the popular tv series "Walking Dead."--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/behind-the-scenes80/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/behind-the-scenes80/support
Dr Roger Mitchell explores a manifesto for a politics of love! This is SO good! What would the priorities of a politics of love be? What is the power of this kind of politics? What is the difference between horizontal and vertical politics and how might we engage with them? Listen in and enjoy!
Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD – Chief Medical Examiner, Washington DC
Our Town with host Andy Ockershausen - Homegrown History
Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD on hope, and why becoming a minister is so important to him ~"It's not enough for me just to speak to families. It's extremely important for me to be on sides where we can really promote hope in a way that frees people so that we can make the best choices in this city."Roger Mitchell, Jr., MD, Chief Medical Examiner, Washington DC, with host Andy Ockershausen in-studio interviewAndy Ockershausen: This is Andy Ockershausen and this is Our Town. I say this from the bottom of my bottom heart, it's so delightful to have Roger Mitchell on Our Town. Do you realize Rogerthat you are one of the most important persons in the city of Washington? You're the Chief Medical Examiner for the Capitol City of the United States if not the world. What a title.Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD: Listen, I made it to Our Town and the word on the street is if you can make it to Our Town, then you might very well be an important person. I'm excited about being here, Andy.Andy Ockershausen: This program's so important that we don't have any commercials, but we do have some, but these are people in Our Town but Roger, you have such a career. What you've done is amazing to me because you're a learned man and you paid the price to learn what you're doing. But that is a great title, Chief Medical Examiner.Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD: Yeah, Chief Medical Examiner. I'm a young chief, too.Andy Ockershausen: I bet you are.Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD: There's not many young chiefs out here and it's just good. I've been here about five years now.Andy Ockershausen: But you're not a native. You didn't grow up here of course, but you went to Howard University.THE Howard University and New Jersey Medical School - Smart and LuckyRoger Mitchell, Jr, MD: I did go to Howard, THE Howard University.Andy Ockershausen: You went to New Jersey for medical, are you from Jersey?Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD: I am from Jersey, born and raised. New Jersey Medical School is a state school. It's Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. It's fantastic.Andy Ockershausen: Fabulous institution, Rutgers, too, right? Gotta be smart.Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD: You gotta be smart or lucky.Andy Ockershausen: It's a tough school. You're both!Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD: I think on the bottom of my certificate, it might've said lucky but we won't look at the fine print.Andy Ockershausen: Luck follows speed, Roger. That's something I learned many years ago. You gotta be fast in this world.Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD: That's it.Andy Ockershausen: But, you have a background in forensic medicine which, to me, is so impressive and you continue to do it today.OJ Trial Takes Forensics to New Level - Mitchell Becomes Interested in Forensics as a High School Junior Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD: I started forensics early. You remember the OJ trial, right?Andy Ockershausen: Oh yeah.Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD: The infamous OJ trial, right?Andy Ockershausen: Oh my, yeah.Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD: And so, forensics really, in this Country, was catapulted into the forefront.Andy Ockershausen: I believe what you're saying.Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD: This Country really wasn't thinking about blood stain pattern and proper evidence handling really until the OJ trial. And so, when I was, I think I was in my junior year-Andy Ockershausen: In medical school?Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD: No, it was in my junior year of undergrad at Howard University and I was doing-Andy Ockershausen: Our Town.Roger Mitchell, Jr, MD: Washington, D.C., yes, your town.Andy Ockershausen: Great,
Episode 23- "The G.O.A.T. Episode" Ft. E. Roger Mitchell
Pint Size Podcast
Episode 23 - “The G.O.A.T. Episode” Ft. E. Roger MitchellThis episode we welcome actor and film producer E. Roger Mitchell. We discuss how he got into the world of acting, the importance os the black voice in the entertainment world, and his role in the hit BET show “The Quad”.- E. Roger Mitchell (4.35)- R.I.P. Craig Mack (29.35)- #YourHealthMatters (31:34)- The G.O.A.T. Argument (38:55)Check out the season of “The Quad” Tuesdays 10/9c on BETFollow E. Roger Mitchell on instagram! @eroger4real Join the conversation with your hosts Michael Blue, Donovan Boyd, and FcOnTheBeat. Also, connect with us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PintSizePodcast/