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The Inside Story Behind the Unlikely Rise of Airbnb  

Fortune magazine editor Leigh Gallagher offers an inside look into the early days of Airbnb and its unlikely path to becoming a lodging giant in her new book.

Jake Pratt  April25 Hour 4  

Guest's Include: Tony Gallagher and Tom Mayenknecht with Botch in studio.

Bang Bang Barry Bangura  

Welcome to a special Scottish Cup Semi Final 90 Minute Cynic Podcast (@90minutecynic) with host Chris Gallagher joined by a panel of Louis McCaffrey, Chris Boud and Ciaran Harran. Scott Brown is available to play against Rangers and we start by discussing how important he is to the Celtic team. We look at Celtic's victory in the Scottish Cup Semi Final, discussing tactics, player performance and everything in between. Looking ahead to Saturday's league game at Ibrox we discuss what team should play and predictions. We answer questions from twitter. Follow us on Twitter: @90MinuteCynic Facebook.com/90minutecynic

Codename: Frosted Tips  
It's time for a brand new episode of Travis Bickle on the Riviera, the world's only movie podcast, with your hosts Morgan Jeske and Sean Witzke.

 

0:00:00 - 0:35:40 - Short Cuts (1993), directed by Robert Altman, starring Andie McDowell, Bruce Davison, Julianne Moore, Matthew Modine, Madeline Stowe, Anne Archer, Fred Ward, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Chris Penn, Lili Taylor, Robert Downey Jr, Tim Robbins, Lily Tomlin, Tom Waits, Frances McDormand, Peter Gallagher, Annie Ross, Lori Singer, Jack Lemmon, Lyle Lovett, Buck Henry, Huey Lewis, Alex Trebek, Charles Rocket, and Robert DuQui.  0:35:41 - 0:46:15 - The Void (2016), directed by Steven Kostanski & Jeremy Gillespie, starring Aaron Poole, Kenneth Welsh, and Daniel Fathers.  0:46:16 - 1:17:03 - Naked Lunch (1991), directed by David Cronenberg, starring Peter Weller, Judy Davis, Ian Holm, Roy Schieder, Julian Sands, and Nicholas Campbell.  1:17:04 - 1:50:20 - True Stories (1986), directed by David Byrne, starring Byrne, John Goodman, Swoosie Kurtz, Spalding Gray, Pops Staples, and Tito Larriva. Next Week: Charlie Hoo-Nam Our outro music this week: is "People Like Us" by The Talking Heads. And our intro, as always, is from Escape From New York.  You can download episodes directly from itunes and rss. For a quick look at who has been on the show before and what movies have been discussed in each episode, look at our one-page episode guide. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the show can give you access to monthly criticism from the hosts. You can follow the show on twittertumblrletterboxd and facebook. The hosts are on twitter too - TuckerMorgan, and Sean.  Lyle Lovett is the absolute worst. 
EP4: Noel Gallagher, a snip of the pipes and Ronnie Wood's pushchair.  

Welcome to more moments of audio chaos brought to you by Russell Brand. On episode 4 the studio door was flung open to Noel Gallagher, we delved into how The Rolling Stones Ronnie Wood helped Russell conquer a push chair, more on Matt's pipes and wether thousands of little Matt's will see the light of day.

Scottish Cup Semi Final Special  

Welcome to a special Scottish Cup Semi Final 90 Minute Cynic Podcast (@90minutecynic) with host Chris Gallagher joined by a panel of Louis McCaffrey and Ciaran Harran. Scott Brown is available to play against Rangers and we start by discussing how important he is to the Celtic team. We talk about how Celtic should line up and where the dangers lie from Rangers, looking at recent form and their danger men. We finishing by looking at the other semi final featuring Hibernian and Aberdeen - focusing on key players and what our expectations are. Follow us on Twitter: @90MinuteCynic Facebook.com/90minutecynic

Weekly Infusion 24 - Mark Johnson and Kathleen Gallagher  

Authors talk about their book, One In A Billion: The Story Of Nik Volker And The Dawn Of Genomic Medicine which chronicles the desperate tale of a young boy dying from an undiagnosable disease until two doctors took a chance and sequenced his DNA in a last ditch effort to find out what was wrong. 

This episode is sponsored by Alliant University and Hydralyte.

Tom Boyd Interview (When the Cynics met Boyd)  

It’s an EXCLUSIVE 90 Minute Cynic Podcast (@90minutecynic) with Chris Gallagher as Keith McGinty have a sit down chat with former Celtic Captain TOM BOYD. We discuss with Tom - His Career at Celtic Being part of a strong Scotland Team His time at Motherwell and England Thoughts on Referees and going for a Treble Favourite Biscuits Stuart's Hair **A special thank you to Tom and Celtic as well as Paul McKenzie** Follow us on Twitter: @90MinuteCynic Facebook.com/90minutecynic

Oasis At War: Part 2  

How well do you get along with your siblings?—assuming you have any, of course…brothers and sisters can be a pain, especially when you’re always in close quarters…and when you have to work with them, too—gawd, that can be ugly…

We’ve talked about musical feuds before… Madonna did not get along with her brother, Christopher Ciccone, especially after he published a memoir about growing up with her…things seem to be okay right now…

The Everly brothers, Don and Phil, did not get along…after a speed-fueled breakup in 1973, the talked to each other just once in the following ten years…that was at their father’s funeral…

Ray and Dave Davies of The Kinks…that’s a bad one…John vs. Tom Fogerty of Credence Clearwater Revival…Barry and Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees…Chris and Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes…and then there was John and William reed of the Jesus and Mary Chain…they’d even fight onstage in the middle of a show…

And I know they weren’t really brothers, but joey and Johnny Ramone didn’t talk to each other for years after Johnny stole and then married joey’s girlfriend…

But the most famous sibling rivalry in all of music has to be—has to be—Noel and Liam Gallagher…this is part 2 of “Oasis at war” …

Ringside Toe2Toe - 12th April  

Ed Robinson is joined by Spencer Fearon and Gabriel Rosado to bring you all the latest news in boxing with exclusive interviews from Ricky Burns, Julius Indongo, Errol Spence, Luke Campbell, Natasha Jonas, Joe Gallagher and Michelle Joy Phelps.

At Least The Rocky Documentary Was Good  

Host Boyd Hilton is joined by Alan Alger, Steve Gallagher, and Raymond Herlihy to discuss the crisis. Can we wait till the end of the season for Wenger to leave? Plus, a look ahead at the next game against Middlesbrough and an FA Cup Semi. arsenalpodcast.net Produced by Josh Landy Engineered by Joe Mason A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk

Youth Hostelling with Dan O'Hagan  

It’s the 90 Minute Cynic Podcast (@90minutecynic) with host Chris Gallagher (@TheGallatron) joined by a panel of Louis McCaffrey, Keith McGinty and Ciaran Harran (@CiaranHarran). We discuss Brendan Rodgers signing a new 4 year deal and what that means to the club and support. The recent games against Partick Thistle and Kilmarnock are then discussed in detail. Respect Pundit and Wonderful Human Being Dan O'Hagan (@danohagan) joins us to discuss - - Bayern 4-1 Dortmund - Leipzig and Hoffenheim - Champions League - Brendan Rodgers - Norwich We finish the podcast by looking over the weekend results from the Scottish Premiership. We take your questions from twitter and Facebook Follow us on Twitter: @90MinuteCynic Facebook.com/90minutecynic

Jake Pratt  April10 Hour 4  

Guest's Include: Tony Gallagher with Stu Walters in Studio

Brian Gallagher: From Food Stamps to CEO  

Brian Gallagher of United Way Worldwide, the largest non-profit in the world, relied on food stamps and welfare checks to get by as a young boy, but believed in the American Dream, rising to the ranks of President and CEO. He shares his take on income inequality and youth unemployment in the U.S., the proposed budget cuts that could affect non-profits, and his one-on-one with President Trump. Produced by Haley Draznin, CNN.

Jake Pratt  April7 Hour 4  

Guest's Include: Tony Gallagher with Jason Botchford in studio

Jake Pratt  April6 Hour 3  

Guest's Include: Darcy Rota, Thomas Gradin and Ben Kuzma with Tony Gallagher is in Studio

Jake Pratt  April5 Hour 4  

Guest's Include: Tony Gallagher and Jason Botchford is in studio.

Oasis At War: Part 1  

Siblings can be a pain in the butt…just because you’re related to someone doesn’t mean you’re going to get along…not everyone can be Venus and Serena Williams…here: lemme give you some examples…

Ann Landers and Dear Abbey were real people—and they were sisters: Eppie and Pauline Lederer…despite having newspaper columns were famous for dishing out all sorts of relationship advice to readers, they didn’t apply that wisdom to themselves…they spent their lives antagonizing each other…

Adolf and Rudolf Dassler were good young Nazis who owned a show company…but Rudolf was a little more into national socialism than Adolf…after World War II, their company split in two…they became Adidas and Puma…

There are lot of family feuds in show business… Olivia de Havilland and Joan Fontaine had a legendary ugly relationship… Julia and Eric Roberts…

And there have been plenty of intense sibling rivalries in music…Ray and Dave Davies of The Kinks…that one has been going on forever…the weirdness that is the Jackson family…and it hasn’t always been chocolate and unicorns for the Followills in Kings of Leon…

But the champion brawlers have to be Liam and noel Gallagher…sure, these guys have always fought with each other—we all know that…but are you aware of the depth and scope of this war?...when it comes to dysfunctional brotherly relationships, it doesn’t get much more intense than this…

Jake Pratt  April3 Hour 4  

Guest's Include: Tony Gallagher

EP1: The Return  

Back after an 8 years absence from live radio, expect to hear Matt Morgan, Mr Gee and Noel Gallagher. Tales of dog drugs, T-Rex snouts and some moments of silence as Russell comes to terms with the equipment.

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