The Global Philosopher: Should Borders Matter?. Michael Sandel explores the philosophical justifications made for national borders. Using a pioneering state-of-the-art studio at the Harvard Business School, Professor Sandel is joined by 60 participants from over 30 countries in a truly global digital space. Is there any moral distinction between a political refugee and an economic migrant? If people have the right to exit a country, why not a right to enter? Do nations have the right to protect the affluence of their citizens? And is there such a thing as a 'national identity'? These are just some of the questions addressed by Professor Sandel in this first edition of The Global Philosopher.Audience producer: Louise ColettaProducer: David EdmondsEditor: Richard Knight(Image taken by Rose Lincoln)
#138 — The Edge of Humanity. In this episode of the Making Sense podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Yuval Noah Harari about his new book “21 Lessons for the 21st Century.” They discuss the importance of meditation for his intellectual life, the primacy of stories, the need to revise our fundamental assumptions about human civilization, the threats to liberal democracy, a world without work, universal basic income, the virtues of nationalism, the implications of AI and automation, and other topics. You can support the Making Sense podcast and receive subscriber-only content at SamHarris.org/subscribe.
460: Understand How People See You. Heidi Grant Halvorson, author of "No One Understands You and What to Do About It," explains the science of perception.
543: Building Emotional Agility. Susan David, author of "Emotional Agility" and psychologist at Harvard Medical School, on learning to unhook from strong feelings.
Rank #1: Recapping the Packers-Bears Opener, More Antonio Brown | The NFL Deep Dive Podcast. On a very special episode of the Deep Dive podcast, Andy and Gary break down the defensive dominance and offensive incompetence of the Packers-Bears season opener. Why Mike Pettine was the man of the hour, and how worried should the Bears be over their struggling offense? Plus, if Antonio Brown is available, would anyone scoop him up?Got a question for the next mailbag? @GGramling_SI, @Andy_Benoit email@example.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Cousins, Keenum and the Free Agent Quarterbacks. Kirk Cousins is out there, but he doesn’t make sense for everyone. Who should be willing to pay what it takes to get him? Also, whether to trust Case Keenum after his breakout year, why Josh McCown might be the value contenders are looking for, the baffling amount of buzz around AJ McCarron, and why it’s probably time to give up on Sam Bradford. Got a mailbag question? @GGramling_SI, @Andy_Benoit or firstname.lastname@example.orgLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #1: Draft Buzz. Mel, Todd and Chris discuss all of the buzz that they're hearing around the league as the first round gets closer, and Mel keeps it VERY real.
Rank #2: McShay Mock Draft 2.0. Mel Kiper Jr., Todd McShay and Chris Sprow discuss Todd's Mock Draft 2.0, the deepest positions in this year's draft, a Super Bowl LII recap and the guys answer your mailbag questions.
Rank #1: Joe Buck. In the first part of this two-part episode, Richard Deitsch speaks with Joe Buck, the lead broadcaster for Fox Sports' coverage of MLB, NFL and the U.S. Open Golf Championship, about preparing to broadcast for different sports, dealing with social media hate, the legacy of his father Jack Buck and more.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: The Year End Roundtable. Episode 150 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast features an end-of-the-year sports media roundtable consisting of nine guests, split up into four segments. The guests include: Sports Business Daily media writer John Ourand and best-selling author James Andrew Miller, the host of the podcast, “Origins”; Boston Globe sports media writer Chad Finn, Newsday columnist and sports media writer Neil Best, and SI.com writer Jimmy Traina; Sports Media Watch founder and editor Jon Lewis; Sports TV Ratings founder and editor Robert Seidman; Awful Announcing writer Andrew Bucholtz and The Big Lead writer Kyle Koster. In the podcast, Miller and Ourand discuss John Skipper’s sudden resignation from ESPN and what it means for the company; whether reporters should be skeptical of the official ESPN statement on the resignation; what people inside ESPN are saying about the Skipper news; which people would be in line for succession; the year in ESPN, including its successes and missteps; Ourand’s predictions column for 2018; the background on Miller’s latest podcast which focuses on ESPN’s social media policy, and much more. Lewis and Seidman discuss the decline in NFL ratings in 2017, the uptick in NBA ratings, what viewership success would be for Mike Greenberg’s new show and more; Bucholtz and Koster discuss the year in ESPN; the hot take culture in 2017; ESPN’s forays into Snapchat, what they anticipate will be big stories sin 2018, and more. Finn, Best and Traina discuss Skipper’s resignation, ESPN’s missteps with social media; what’s in store for CBS Sports, Fox Sports and NBC Sports, the future of sports talk radio in 2018, the biggest stories of 2018, and much more. To listen to the podcast in full, check it out on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #1: NFL QB Analysis - Week 5 - Roethlisberger, Alex Smith, Jared Goff, & Rivers. Steve Palazzolo and Zac Robinson kick things off with a discussion about PFF grades and traditional stats before analyzing Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's 5-interception game and Philadelphia Eagles QB Carson Wentz's ascent into one of the league's best. Then it's time to discuss Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith's MVP-like season and a hearty discussion over Jared Goff, Dak Prescott, or Wentz being the best long-term option. Steve and Zac wrap things up with a breakdown of aging QBs Philip Rivers, Eli Manning, and Roethlisberger before declaring which of the trio of 2004 draftees have had the best career.
Rank #2: Wild Card Weekend Recap. Mike Renner, Steve Palazzolo and Sam Monson recap every game from the Wild Card weekend. KC v TEN (1:00) LAR v ATL (9:00) BUF v JAC (18:00) CAR v NO (27:00) 5 PFF Sig Stats (34:00) Explain That Grade (37:00) Mike Renner's Hot Take (39:00)
Rank #1: Boston Celtics Head Coach Brad Stevens. On this week's episode of The Vertical Podcast with Chris Mannix, Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens takes a seat with Chris to discuss his mercurial rise through the basketball ranks. Stevens talks about how his early career decisions led him to the head coaching job with Butler and then settles in to discuss the differences between coaching in college and the pros. He also breaks down the game and how he approaches life's challenges in the NBA. It's all here on the Vertical Podcast with Chris Mannix.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: NBA Front Office Insider Bobby Marks. Joining Chris Mannix on The Vertical this week is the former NBA GM and Front Office Insider for The Vertical Bobby Marks. Bobby talks with Chris about the future of Carmelo Anthony and what teams might be interested in working out a trade for him. It's all here on The Vertical Podcast with Chris Mannix.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #1: Greg Cosell. Greg previews Week 1 in the NFL including tonights Packers Bears match-up, Colts @ Chargers, Steelers @ Patriots, & more.
Rank #2: Week 1 Picks. Ross recaps the Packers 10-3 win over the Bears and then makes his picks for the rest of the Week 1 games on today's podcast.
Rank #1: Drunk With Power. You asked for it; you got it! Howard Beck, Zach Lowe, Rachel Nichols and an alcoholic beverage (or three) are in a Las Vegas tiki bar, and drunk with power (or other stuff). This is part 1 (if you're listening to this first) of a two-part megapod with The Lowe Post, and anything goes as you're about to discover (or already have if you listened to The Lowe Post first). This part of the convo includes everything from the most insane thing they've seen in this free agency period (aka Anthony Davis trade) to generational shifts in fandom to the end of the Super Team era to what exactly the Brooklyn Nets will be with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant to worst and best NBA team names, and NBA Award and ownership reform! Plus Zach & Rachel become "Commish For A Day," and decree the changes they'd make to the league (adios to the cha-cha slide and air horn). via Knit
Rank #2: Zach Lowe on free agency & the 2017 NBA Awards Show, and Charles Barkley For President. ESPN's Zach Lowe (and host of "The Lowe Post" podcast) joins to break down the 2017 NBA Awards Show, and talk free agency. Plus, Red Carpet action - Charles Barkley for President 2020, Vince Carter dunks on everyone, and ESPN's Rachel Nichols' on NBA MVP vs Player Of The Year. via Knit
Rank #1: NFL Season Predictions and NEW Betting Host Announcement!. Yo homie...It's Lefkoe! On this episode of the pod, I predicted the winners of each NFL Division, set the NFL Playoffs and made my Super Bowl pick. At the end of the episode, I introduced my NEW co-host on the weekly gambling episode of the podcast. Appreciate you guys...can't wait for the season to start! Here are some timecodes: 5:50 Whoa, Big Offseason! 31:00 Predicting the AFC East38:00 Predicting the AFC North 47:00 Predicting the AFC South and the Colts55:10 Predicting the AFC West 1:01:30 Predicting AFC playoff seeding + Picking an AFC Champ1:07:30 Predicting NFC East 1:13:40 Predicting the NFC North 1:20:00 Predicting the NFC South 1:29:30 Predicting the NFC West 1:36:00 Predicting NFC playoff seeding + Picking an NFC Champs1:39:45 Lefkoe's Super Bowl Prediction1:40:40 Lefkoe's Defensive player of the Year Pick1:41:30 Lefkoe's MVP Pick via Knit
Rank #2: NFL Draft GM Roundtable with Stick to Football! Derwin James Interview. It's a special edition of The Simms & Lefkoe Podcast! Simms & Lefkoe combined forces with Stick to Football for a GM Roundtable ahead of the NFL Draft. Lefkoe played the role of GM and debated each pick with Simms, his Director of Pro Player Personnel, Miller, his Director of College Scouting, and Connor, his lead College Scout. The Roundtable starts at the 5:15 mark with the Cleveland Browns on the clock. Later in the show, Derwin James joined Chris and Adam (1:14:45) to talk about why he's a great leader, who he aspires to be in the NFL, what it's like playing against Deshaun Watson and Lamar Jackson, and much more! Enjoy the show, and don't forget to leave us a 5-star review on iTunes! via Knit
Rank #1: RTAB: Jack Mills. Baker Mayfield's agent, Jack Mills is this week's guest on the Business Of Sports. Andrew & Jack have a wide ranging conversation including:-How he signed Baker with one meeting at a restaurant (the Big Red O, in LA), even before dinner was ordered. -How Bus Cook tried to recruit Baker and didn't know Stoops didn't recruit him.How Baker drew a line at number 5 (Denver) knew he wouldn't go later than than. How Jets were going to take him if he was there. How Browns never tipped their hand.1How a surprise team was trying to trade up to #2 to get him, the Patriots!
Rank #2: RTAB: Tom Condon. Andrew sits down with super agent Tom Condon.
Rank #1: Ultimate CFB Week 1 Review; NFL Trades Shock the League. Matt and Mello take you through all the Week 1 action on the field in college football and off the field in the NFL. How does the Jadeveon Clowney trade affect the NFC West? How does Laremy Tunsil's trade change the future for the Houston Texans and Miami Dolphins? That, plus the return of $100 Handshakes in a loaded STF. via Knit
Rank #2: Fixing the Oakland Raiders; GM Candidates to Work With Gruden. Matt and Connor have their work cut out for them as they not only fix the Oakland Raiders, but lay out the top GM candidates list to work with Jon Gruden. Later on they close out the show with your #DraftonDraft questions. via Knit
Rank #1: 01/11: Discussing those big wins by Villanova, Florida State and West Virginia. Villanova killed Xavier. Florida State killed Duke. West Virginia killed Baylor. Gary Parrish and Matt Norlander discussed all three blowouts in this episode of the Eye on College Basketball podcast, and Parrish explained why he's moved Villanova back to No. 1 in the CBS Sports Top 25 (and one). And, yes, Parrish and Norlander discussed Grayson Allen's latest incident because everything Allen does these days becomes a national story.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: 12/21/15: Valentine's injury; Izzo HOF?; Monmouth's top 25 case; huge Tuesday. Gary Parrish is joined by Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie for this episode of the Eye on College Basketball podcast. They discuss Denzel Valentine's injury, Tom Izzo's nomination for induction into the Naismith Hall of Fame, Kentucky's struggles, Monmouth's Top 25 resume, Butler's amazing offense and Tuesday night's interesting schedule of games.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #1: Dantonio Burnette on prepping players for NFL, how NC State rookies will fit in (Football 07/05). Will Brinson is joined by NC State Assistant Athletic Director and Director of Strength and Conditioning Dantonio Burnette to talk about how he preps guys for the NFL in his program, the different technology they use in order to find an edge in developing players, how a class of 3-star recruits turned into an NFL draft class of seven players and much more.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: NFL Week 7 Picks Against the Spread (Football 10/19). Will Brinson is joined by Bryant McFadden to break down the Broncos-Cardinals blowout game on Thursday night. Then Pete Prisco and R.J. White pick every game against the spread for Week 7. This episode is brought to you by ZipRecruiter.com.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #1: LIVE NBA Trade Deadline Reactions -- Fultz, Gasol, and more w/ Cole Zwicker. In this podcast, Cole Zwicker and I break down a variety of trades. We chat about all of the deals in the order below. Then, we chat about Anthony Davis not getting dealt, and about Kevin Durant vs. the Media: TOR: Marc Gasol for MEM: Jonas, Wright, Miles, 2024 2nd LAC: Temple, Green for MEM: Bradley — Clippers waive Gortat MIL: Nikola Mirotic, NOP: Jason Smith, Stanley Johnson, Four future seconds, DET: Thon Maker ORL: Markelle Fultz for PHI: Jonathon Simmons, OKC 1st, PHI 2nd CHI: Otto Porter Jr. for WAS: Jabari Parker, Bobby Portis, and a 2nd. — Portis wants 16M, got offered a 40-50M extension NOP: Markieff Morris for WAS: Wes Johnson SAC: Harrison Barnes for DAL: Justin Jackson and Z-Bo PHX: Tyler Johnson, Wayne Ellington for MIA: Ryan Anderson HOU: Shumpert, Stauskas, Baldwin, CLE: Knight, Chriss, 2019 HOU 1st, SAC: Burks LAC: Zubac and Beasley for LAL: Muscala ATL: Shelvin Mack for MEM: Tyler Dorsey PHI: James Ennis for HOU: 2021 2nd POR: Skal for SAC: Swanigan HOU: 2nd for IND: Stauskas, Baldwin PHI: Malachi Richardson, a 2nd, Emir Preldzic for TOR: Cash Anthony Davis Not Dealt Kevin Durant vs. the Media
Rank #2: Emergency Anthony Davis Trade Speculation Podcast. In this podcast, Dieter Kurtenbach joins to discuss everything Anthony Davis. First, we chat about the Pelicans in general, and their direction. Then, we talk about Boston, the Knicks, the Lakers, and all of the other potential deals. What is the best asset in a potential deal? Then, we continue to discuss why the Pelicans should tear the whole thing down and trade Julius Randle, Nikola Mirotic, and look into Jrue Holiday offers.
Rank #1: College Football Week 1 Recap. Ty and Dan recap all the action from college football's Week 1, as Auburn came through in the clutch against Oregon, Boise State mounted an impressive comeback, a trio of SEC East teams stumbled, Ohio State had its first Justin Fields experience, and Iowa State needed triple overtime and a miracle fumble recovery to win. All that and much much more as the season got rolling!
Rank #2: College Football Week 1 Picks and Previews. Ty and Dan dive into the 2019 college football season by breaking down a spirited slate of opening week games and offering their picks. Plus, injury news at Alabama, chicken feuds on Twitter, high school trivia teams, and a long overdue Patriot League Lightning Round.
Rank #1: 8/1: Inside the college football TV wars. Bruce and Stew are joined by Derek Crocker, the senior director of college sports for FOX Sports, who goes behind the scenes of how college football TV programming schedules are created. It's basically the coolest fantasy football draft you've ever heard of, except with millions of dollars at stake. The guys then catch up on some recent news around the country.
Rank #2: 1/25: Reaction to Brent Musburger’s retirement, coaching salaries & The Mailbag. Bruce and Stew react to the news of legendary broadcaster Brent Musburger’s retirement, and are joined by his longtime spotter Brian Movalson to reflect on Musburger’s career; The guys share their favorite Musburger stories (22:00); Discuss college football coaches salaries (30:00); Read your e-mails in The Mailbag, which include Dabo Swinney’s potential future at Alabama (38:00); How do schools recruit transfer players without “tampering?” (47:00); Will Georgia live up to the hype this year? (53:00); and more.