Aired 3 months ago 3:15
News in Brief 13 February 2019
From the news
Aired 4 months ago 69:33
375: Democratic Presidential Candidates, Imke Wubbenhorst, Queer Genocide in Chechnya
Erin shares early Martha Stewart recipes for your next 175-person sit-down country luncheon on this week’s Throwing Shade! We’ll hear about the expanding field of Democratic presidential candidates and what new ideas are being brought into the conversation. Then we’ll meet Imke Wübbenhorst, the first female coach of a men’s soccer team in Germany, as Erin details the sexism Imke has had to battle since taking her position in the league. Later, Bryan reviews the Supreme Court’s ruling upholding the transgender military ban before shining a light on the nightmarish plight of gay and queer people in Chechnya.And make sure to check out Deeper Shade of Shade on Stitcher Premium, where Bryan and Erin interview their favorite friends of the show. For a free month of listening, go to stitcherpremium.com/shade and use promo code ‘SHADE’.This episode is sponsored by Squarespace (www.squarespace.com/SHADE code: SHADE), Quip (www.getquip.com/SHADE), and Miss Grass (www.missgrass.com code: SHADE).
Aired 3 months ago 58:11
Thursday 31 January
How Ukraine’s election could affect the Eurozone’s future. Plus, crackdowns on gay people in Chechnya, Taipei mulls US ties, sustainable fashion in Paris and Tyler Brûlé on sharing media across the political spectrum.
Monocle 24: The Globalist
Aired 6 months ago 40:03
The Moscow Theater Hostage Crisis Pt. 1: Storming the Dubrovka
As leverage to force President Vladimir Putin to withdraw Russian forces from Chechnya in 2002, a band of 40-50 heavily armed Chechen rebels took hundreds of innocent people as hostage. The man behind the chaos: terrorist leader, Movsar Barayev. The state of Chechnya in the early 2000s only adds to the turmoil of the hostage situation. Sponsors!Parcast - Rate, review and subscribe to our new show Assassinations which premieres November 19th!