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WRTS: We Run This Station

A variety of sports and culture podcasts hosted by athletes including Nate Robinson, Carlos Boozer, Spencer Paysinger and more. #WRTS

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Episode 31

01:18:00

Andrew Hawkins Casts the Cleveland Browns Movie & Reviews Toy Story 4

6/26/2019

(4:10) Hot Takes: Space Jam 2 talk, Avengers: Endgame, & George Clooney in "Good Morning, Midnight"(20:29) Andrew Hawkins: Another former NFL player turned Hollywood producer joins the show to talk his upcoming movie(32:57) Browns Movie: Hawk & the crew cast Browns players like Baker Mayfield, Joel Bitonio, & futue HoF Joe Thomas. (56:07) Review: A spoil heavy breakdown of Toy Story 4Hosted by Super Bowl champ Spencer Paysinger and his Hollywood producing partner, Dane Morck, "Film Study" preps you on the things you need to know about the biggest upcoming blockbusters. New episodes drop every Wednesday on WRTS.Follow @FilmStudyPod on social.

Episode 30

01:10:02

"Showtime" Shawn Porter Talks PEDs, Title Fights and LeBron James | WRTS

6/24/2019

WBC Welterweight Champion "Showtime" Shawn Porter goes 12 rounds with boxing analysts Rick Strom and Britton Hardin. Shawn gives his honest takes on PED use (11:21), having to cut his hair to make weight (21:55) and what he has in common with LeBron James (68:52).

Episode 29

35:30

Julio Jones, Ludacris & 21 Savage Reveal Their Biggest Fears, Favorite R&B Artists and More | Who's Interviewing Who?

6/21/2019

Rapper and actor Ludacris moderates a candid conversation with Atlanta Falcons' wide receiver Julio Jones and rapper 21 Savage. The guys shares their biggest fears from a professional and personal standpoint (5:52). 21 Savage surprises Ludacris and Julio with his musical preferences (15:05). The crew also discusses the shift in the Black community towards becoming more business-oriented and entrepreneurial from a young age (26:00).

Episode 28

01:42:44

The Movie Basketball Players Draft, Zach Harper & Men In Black: International Review | Film Study

6/19/2019

(2:10) Zach Harper: The Athletic NBA writer joins the show (10:53) Hot Takes: Should Bradley Cooper should star in Guillermo Del Toro's "Nightmare Alley" & Toy Story 4 predictions(30:20) MBA Draft: Drafting the best hoopers in movie history (1:12:44) Review: A spoil heavy breakdown of Men In Black: International Hosted by Super Bowl champ Spencer Paysinger and his Hollywood producing partner, Dane Morck, "Film Study" preps you on the things you need to know about the biggest upcoming blockbusters. New episodes drop every Wednesday on WRTS.Follow @FilmStudyPod on social.

Episode 27

37:31

Don C, Hebru Brantley & Cappie Pondexter Talk All Things Chicago | Who's Interviewing Who?

6/14/2019

Two-time WNBA Champion Cappie Pondexter, streetwear designer Don C, and artist Hebru Brantley meet to discuss their Chicago roots. The three Windy City natives chop it up about the glory days of the Chicago Bulls (4:02), the perception surrounding violence in their city (14:33), and the affect that seeing people from the area succeed has on Chicagoans (22:17).

Episode 26

01:21:21

Brighter Future: Zion Williamson or Tom Holland? Dark Phoenix Review & Men in Black: International Preview | Film Study

6/12/2019

This is the Film Study that gets you ready for the theater instead of the football field. Hot Takes: Tom Holland, Fast & Furious, Frozen 2 (4:00)Prep: Men in Black: International (19:49)Recap: Dark Phoenix (47:36).Hosted by Super Bowl champ Spencer Paysinger and his Hollywood producing partner, Dane Morck, "Film Study" preps you on the things you need to know about the biggest upcoming blockbusters. New episodes drop every Wednesday on WRTS.Follow @FilmStudyPod on social.

Episode 25

52:50

Corey Brewer Reveals the Top 5 Players He's Guarded, Reflects on Back-to-Back Championships at Florida, and Ranks His Favorite Animals | Player Power Rankings (PPR)

6/10/2019

NBA champion and two-time NCAA champion Corey Brewer reveals the top 5 players he's ever had to guard in their prime (11:25), the greatest players he has ever played alongside during his 12-year career from Dirk Nowitzki to James Harden (27:08), and gives a surprising top 5 of his favorite animals. All this and more on this edition of WRTS Player Power Rankings (PPR).

Episode 24

32:40

Jemele Hill, Candace Parker, Chiney Ogwumike & Angel McCoughtry Discuss Gender Inequality in Sports, Police Brutality & More | Who's Interviewing Who?

6/7/2019

WNBA stars Candace Parker, Chiney Ogwumike & Angel McCoughtry sit down with sports media personality Jemele Hill for a candid conversation on a wide range of topics. Chiney shares the importance of utilizing her platform to bring awareness to social issues like police brutality (8:05). The crew discusses what can be done to grow the WNBA and the sport of women's basketball (11:35). The ladies also breakdown "The Hate You Give" and discuss how the film portrays navigating different worlds as a woman of color (23:30).

Episode 23

01:27:08

Investigating the Kobe Dark Knight Story, Godzilla Review & X-Men: Dark Phoenix Preview | Film Study

6/5/2019

This is the Film Study that gets you ready for the theater instead of the football field. Prep: Dark Phoenix (27:00)Recap: Godzilla: King of the Monsters (54:25)Hosted by Super Bowl champ Spencer Paysinger and his Hollywood producing partner, Dane Morck, "Film Study" preps you on the things you need to know about the biggest upcoming blockbusters. New episodes drop every Wednesday on WRTS.Follow @FilmStudyPod on social.

Episode 22

42:17

Sugar Ray Leonard discusses Muhammed Ali, fighting childhood diabetes, and the film "I Am Duran" | WRTS

6/3/2019

Sugar Ray Leonard is more than an Olympic gold medalist, a six-time World Champion, and an International Boxing Hall of Fame inductee. He's also a pioneer, a philanthropist, an actor, an entrepreneur, and much more. Rick Strom and Britton Hardin speak with Sugar Ray about his appearance in the upcoming film "I Am Duran" (2:20), the evolution of his relationship with Roberto Duran, being mentored by Muhammed Ali (22:55), and his current fight against childhood diabetes through the Sugar Ray Leonard foundation (29:48).