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Join the late Anthony Bourdain’s partners at Roads & Kingdoms for interviews over drinks around the world. From Iraq to Appalachia, fueled by everything from Japanese energy drinks to Russian moonshine. Hosted by journalist Nathan Thornburgh. Beats by Dan the Automator. Artwork by Daisy Dee. Show art by Edel Rodriguez. All advertising proceeds go to NYC's Let Us Breathe Fund.
 
You know the chill, casual conversations you have with your friends about whatever comes to mind? Perfect, because that's this podcast! Each week Alex and Dimetri bounce back and forth between topics in music, pop-culture, politics, and whatever else happened that week! Welcome, to The Transition.
 
Join Negative Nancy and her only friend Chatbot aboard The Space Windu as they begrudgingly bring you the best, "Fictional One Star Reviews from all across the Multiverse." Believe it or not, The One Stars is a critically acclaimed and award-winning fiction podcast. Each episode explores things like Overrated Moon Vacation Packages, Haunted VCRs, and other absurd One Star experiences! And all of the "Fake Reviews" are brought to life by a team of professional voice actors and comedians. Writ ...
 
Hello, my name is Alex Johnson, AJ to my friends, and this is a story on how I ruined my life and my marriage. Liz and I thought we’d have the perfect life on the moon, her working as a computer programmer, me working as a teleoperator. We were wrong, so very wrong. Living in a world where all you do work then go home can be boring to a guy like me, add to that a wife who will stop at nothing to get ahead and another woman who wants to be more than friends and you have an explosive mix that ...
 
For American journalist and humorist Edgar Wilson Nye who wrote under the pen name Bill Nye in the late 19th century, facts are not to be presented in their newborn, bare state. They should be properly draped and embellished before they can be presented before the public. Hence, in the Comic History of the United States published in 1894, he gives his readers the facts. But in a bid to make the historical figures more human he describes them as “people who ate and possibly drank, people who ...
 
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You know I have to admit...this is one of those episodes where the second half is way better than the first half. As you’ll hear, the music we got this week was very...well bland. But don’t worry we spiced it up with some Chris brown hate! But in the second half! We talk about our top 5 keys to life. 5 things we think everyone needs to live a fulfi…
 
It is a big return for Larissa Crummer, Em Gielnik remains on fire and we eventually remember to discuss the goal of the week. Really just another standard game for our W-League team as they chase top position. Fuck Sydney week gets rounded out with a bit of drawball for a second week in a row, but what subs should be made when? We discuss our trav…
 
Drinking coffee with Nakuset and talking about her childhood as an native adoptee in the dark chapter of Canadian history called the Sixties Scoop. Show notes: If you or someone you know is in distress, please reach out for help or just a conversation: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Stolen From Our Embrace, a book about the Sixties scoop, for…
 
We meet Teegan Walsh, an Adelaide based Brisbane Roar fan, in this weeks show. We discuss supporting a team while interstate, the difficulties of being a female football supporter in an active supporter environment and the benefits of travelling away and the bonds that has created for Teegan. And it'd be remiss of us not to mention her connection w…
 
A movie soundtrack album and an existential discussion on chasing your dreams... Sounds like the makings of a good episode to me! On this week’s episode, the guys discuss the soundtrack for the new HBO movie: Judas and the black messiah. (Spoiler alert it’s amazing) And on the second half of the show they go into a pretty deep discussion on why cha…
 
We came, we saw, we conquered. We relive the great win in Sydney for the W-League team after toppling the previously undefeated ladder leaders on their patch. Ponder how the 7-11 doctor impacted our scoreless draw against the Newcastle Jets and if someone has been infected with Frans Thijssenitis. Have a gander at some news, including who do you su…
 
You want to figure out a place you really don't know? Bring a journalist some beer, and press record. Our first of five episodes in Montreal starts right there, with Patrick Lagacé. Show notes: Le Quebec Maintenant show Patrick Lagacé’s columns at La Presse News report on police surveillance of Patrick Lagacé Patrick Lagacé’s (doctored) Wikipedia p…
 
Episode 1. Richard Roar joins us in the first ever Roarcast Fan Files. In our chat with Richard we discover how the "Richard Roar" character came to be, having the police called on him while at Robina and the being awarded the Brisbane Roar Supporter of the Year for 2020. If you want to tell your fan story in our Fan Files series please get in touc…
 
Football football football. It just keeps coming, which is what Brisbane in the A-League did to Victory’s defence last weekend as we delve into our successes and their failures. We then lament a tiring midweek performance that had some wondering why no changes? But wait there’s more, because we recorded this hot off the W-League continuing their ru…
 
You know, nothing hits the spot like a good 'ole fashioned rap debate. And more or less, that’s what we do on this episode! Eminem...Revered as an all-time great by most, and hated by others. On this episode we sit down and discuss our feelings on him as an artist, and what he brought to rap in the early 2000s! Enjoy! Music: Saiko - Ollies Connect …
 
Architect-turned-artist Ana Aragão is known for riffing on the skyline of her city or on the Tower of Babel or other astonishments of architecture, then infusing them with a bit of magical realism—earthquakes, apocalypses, worlds without gravity. In this episode of The Trip, she drinks port wine with host Nathan Thornburgh and talks about Porto and…
 
The long awaited Wale episode...This has been in the making for around 3 years now. And on this week's episode it finally happens. We discuss Wale as an artist, both the good...and the bad. But on the second half of the show we have a pretty long discussion about self-awareness. And how pretending to be someone you’re not can over time lead to a li…
 
3 games. 3 wins. Goals Goals Goals. Dylan Wenzall-Halls is on fire and we’re loving it as O’Shea finally scores the jackpot by putting in the back of the net instead of the RSL pokie room. However, It’s all about that Moonball and around here on the Roarcast we’re holding all the way to the top baby 🚀💎. 9 goals in 2 games really sees the dub team h…
 
Drinking sugary island punch in Porto with a pioneer in food tourism, Culinary Backstreets' Ansel Mullins. Show notes: Culinary Backstreets home page News report of the Istanbul 2003 bombing Culinary Backstreets Porto food tour Paul Rimple on Giorgi Iosava Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Back for the 22nd consecutive week...if my quick math is correct! And this week I think we have a classic episode; on the first half of the show we finally have our Rick Ross career retrospective. Diving into his music and where he sits as an all-time great. And on the second half of the show we discuss all parts of social media! Enjoy! Music: Saik…
 
Photojournalist Eduardo Leal drinks vinho verde with host Nathan Thornburgh and talks tourism, gentrification, and those mounds of meat and cheese called Francesinha. Show notes: Forcados “The Bull Wrestlers of Portugal” photoessay Eduardo Leal stories on Roads & Kingdoms Eduardo Leal website Festival de Cinema de Aventura in Matosinhos Learn more …
 
As the football gods decided to mix up when where and why we might see Brisbane play football, here at the Roarcast we've been sitting, waiting and pondering what we will say. Do we deliver on such promise, sadly no but at least we're not ordering 50 free ketchup packets. So instead we've snuck in a chat just after Brisbane return home from venturi…
 
Finally! After being thrown off the music for weeks and weeks...We get back to it in this episode! Our 2020 music awards!...Not really. More like we have a discussion on some of our favorite albums and artists of the year. But make sure you listen until the end so you can hear Alex and I completely destroy what we think was the worst album of the y…
 
Tension and emotion finally reached a boiling point in the US this past week. And as a podcast that touches on socially relevant events, we thought it best to give this topic a full episode. In this one, the guys recap some of the largest storylines that came out of the storming of the US Capitol. And hopefully in so doing, show the tragic irony an…
 
Talking African stories, LGBTQ rights in Kenya, and surviving cancer with Kevin Mwachiro. Show notes: Nipe Story, podcast hosted by Kevin Mwachiro Java House, Kenyan coffee chain Video interview from Berlin with Kevin Mwachiro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesPor Roads & Kingdoms
 
2020 is finally over!!! But before we all say goodbye (and good riddance) to one of the worst years in human history, why not take a trip down memory lane? Why not sit back and marvel at how terrible this year was? And even better, you don’t have to do it alone! In this episode Alex and Dimetri discuss all the craziness of the year, and what’s comi…
 
The football is back, and we've got double the games to talk through as we review the games against City at home and Victory away for both teams. Is Warren Moon amazing or did he just get lucky? Was the performance that much better or that much worse than the first? How can our W-League team not score a goal? Where's Dave? Will Ben go to a game? Ho…
 
Nairobi-based food obsessive Joshua Obaga chews khat with host Nathan Thonburgh and talks about the roots and culture of Kenyan cuisine. Show notes: Joshua Obaga’s Instagram Chewing Betel Nut in Myanmar from Roads & Kingdoms Article on Joshua Obaga’s art Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
A re-do! The file for the first iteration of this episode...didn’t make it. But! We decided to run it back one more time. And it may be even better than the first time! We dive into Jack Harlow, Kid CUDI, and hip-hop as a whole...A classic episode of The Transition. Enjoy! Music: Saiko - Ollies Connect with US: https://www.instagram.com/thetransiti…
 
Part 2 of our experimental, "Dragon & Punk Rock" themed Holiday Special! Written & Produced by Jeremy Ellett Review of a Fancy Santa was written & performed by Max Kreisky. The Dragon Reviews were written & performed by Emma Elizabeth. Featuring Performances by Emma Elizabeth, Blythe Renay, Garan Fitzgerald, Dallis Mackenzie, Sarah Golding and Josh…
 
The One Stars Holiday Special! Written & Produced by Jeremy Ellett | Review of a Freeway was Written & Performed by Tal Minear | Ghost Review was Written & Performed by Max Kreisky | Starring Emma Elizabeth as Negative Nancy | Blythe Renay as Chatbot | Garan Fitzgerald as Mike | Dallis Mackenzie as Intern Lilly | Sarah Golding as Nancy’s Mom | Josh…
 
Hello listeners and welcome to the Roarcast! It's not the FA-Cup preview, but if all you wanted for Christmas is football you'll still be entertained as we uncover the truth behind Georgie Mells' signing, mis-pronounce half a dozen of our new signings names and cover the bigs news in our special "Roar Court" section. Oh and there's a few minutes ta…
 
Filmmaker and journalist Shravan Vidyarthi drinks with The Trip in Nairobi and talks about Kenya's 44th official tribe—Kenyans of South Asian descent—and about his project on the martyred photojournalist, his uncle Priya Ramrakha. Paul Theroux on Priya Ramrakha (New Yorker) Priya Ramrakha: The Recovered Archive (Book) Intersect, a global production…
 
A new generation of Cuban activists is questioning everything, including the heavy, meat-laden Cuban diet. Nancy Cepero, vegan chef, queer anti-racist activist and artist, is proud to be counted among them. Nancy Cepero artwork for sale Nancy Cepero on Instagram Nancy Cepero on Tik-Tok Grados Restaurant Havana Learn more about your ad choices. Visi…
 
The Trip's five episodes from the heroic city of Nairobi start strong with a rum dawa and a conversation with iconic Kenyan director Wanuri Kahiu. Show notes: Announcement of Wanuri Kahiu’s upcoming feature adaption of The Hate U Give Rafiki trailer TEDx Wanuri Kahiu talk Kenya Supreme Court Anti-Homosexuality Ruling Hajooj Kuka’s documentary Beats…
 
Another earth shattering episode of The Transition is here!!! Well not really but it is a good one! This week we discuss Juicy J’s new album, our Apple Music Rewinds for 2020, how fitness has been effecting our mental health, and how the public reacted to Barack Obama’s recent comments... Enjoy the show! Music: Saiko - Ollies Connect with US: https…
 
We finally have another guest! It only took us about another 30-ish episodes! But other than our special guest we have our classic music segment and general discussion. Pretty long episode this time, but for good reason! Enjoy the show! Music: Saiko - Ollies Connect with US: https://www.instagram.com/thetransition_pod/?hl=en https://www.instagram.c…
 
Mónica Baró is an independent journalist, a difficult thing to be in a country where the authorities patrol public information like sharks on the reef. She and The Trip's host, foreign correspondent Nathan Thornburgh, talk about their respective arrests in Cuba, and about why she does what she does, despite all the risks. Learn more about your ad c…
 
La Cocina is a heroic San Francisco non-profit that helps women—mostly immigrants and women of color—start and sustain their own businesses in food. La Cocina's Emiliana Puyana is ideally suited to help them realize their dreams. So we drank negronis in 2019 and talked about it all. Links: La Cocina’s website We Are La Cocina: Recipes in Pursuit of…
 
The artist behind the Remember Los Siete project talks about the resilience of her native Mission District. Remember Los Siete video Rememberlos7.com Brava! For Women in the Arts Bio Page Vero Majano on Instagram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesPor Roads & Kingdoms
 
2 new albums...and 2 disappointments. But we cover them anyway! But aside from the projects, we get into some overrated and underrated artists. An interesting discussion to say the least. And then on the second half, “trials by fire”. What does it mean to go through something and come out the other side? How are tough situations overcome at all? Pl…
 
Ailed Duarte is co-founder of La Marca studio, which has helped bring tattoo art, once illegal throughout Cuba, into the mainstream. She and host Nathan Thornburgh talked at the first-ever international tattoo convention in Havana, about the robust art and precarious commerce of Cuban tattooing. Links: La Marca Instagram La Marca Homepage Huck Maga…
 
My final Iraq episode is a necessarily intense conversation with Ahmed Najm, whose life changed when ISIS kidnapped his brother Kamaran Najm, co-founder of Iraq's Metrography Photo Agency, in 2014, Kamaran still hasn't been found, but his brother has become an invaluable guardian of his brother's life work and legacy. Links: Episode excerpt on R&K …
 
Better late than never right! The Transition Ep. 34 is finally here. We promised a good episode and I must say we delivered. We talked about A LOT. We probably could’ve split this into two, but we were just in such a good flow! We start of with a super quick music segment, and then transition into the more serious topics (we love to end on a seriou…
 
Behind almost every great piece of war reporting is a local fixer. In Mosul, that fixer was Sangar Khaleel, whose LandRover and endless contacts kept him and the journalists he worked with safe through Iraq's darkest days. Show notes: Sangar Khaleel Instagram West Mosul Music in the Ruins Sangar and Jane Arraf’s NPR report on Syrian ISIS nostalgia …
 
33 episodes of The Transition...aren’t you glad we started doing this again!? Ok enough gloating. On this week’s episode we dive into some controversy, music and non-music. On the first half, the BET Awards! Who won what, who got snubbed, and do they even matter??? On the second half, policing...how does it change and how can it evolve to meet the …
 
Telmary Díaz is one of the most innovative Cuban artists of the last two decades. She's also a really good person to drink rum with in Havana to talk about music, migration and more. Show notes: Telmary: Libre (music video) Telmary & HabanaSana YouTube channel Annia Linares: A Mi Manera Santiago de Cuba Rum Learn more about your ad choices. Visit p…
 
Drinking tea and talking about long-term thinking in Kurdistan's capital city with civil engineer and sustainability expert Basima Abdulrahman. Show links: Basima Abdulrahman’s KESK Green Building Consultancy Basima Abdulrahman profile on Auburn Website City of Erbil website Basima Abdulrahman’s TEDx Nishtiman speech Learn more about your ad choice…
 
We're back! (Even though we never left) And on this week’s episode of The Transition, we discuss MONEY! Who doesn’t love money right? But specifically, we talk about it’s influence in rap and hip-hop: How it promotes insecurity, the messages it sends to listeners, etc. And in the second half, we detail our personal journeys with money. And how that…
 
Cengiz Yar is an acclaimed American photojournalist and photo editor, He is also a longtime colleague and, for this podcast, our guide to northern Iraq, during Ramadan in 2019. He mixed us some excellent Old Fashioneds with Black Jack Jordanian whiskey and talked about war, peace and growing up Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcas…
 
You’re in for another hour of fun-filled conversation with episode 31 of The Transition! Why you ask? Because of the dope mix of topics of course! Everything from PND's new project, to how live orchestras and instrumentation can make rap more interesting, and we even talk about Ice Cube. Who doesn’t like Ice Cube right! Enjoy the show! Intro/Outro:…
 
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