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This week Mazza, Maverick and Plan look forward to WWE's Payback PPV. Hear their thoughts on AxelMania and Macho Mandow. They discuss on how much meaning there is to some of the matches with Elimination Chamber being announced and they give some early predictions as to what will happen in the steel. They look at all the possibilities with the fatal four way main event between Seth Rollins, Randy Orton, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose including Shield reunions, heel turns and hot potatoing of the title. You can listen in at the usual time.
Welcome to Happiness Index. Our discussion today is to explore the role of PLAY in creating happiness in our life. Play is art. Play is the universal language of childhood. Play is a gateway to happiness. It is through play that we can begin to get to know each other. Jesus, a great way shower said, Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.
Play energizes us and enlivens us. It eases our burdens. It renews our natural sense of optimism and opens us up to new possibilities – Write Stuart Brown, MD, Contemporary American psychiatrist. And, Creative people are curious, flexible, persistent, and independent with a tremendous spirit of adventure and a love of play – Write Henri Matisse, French painter. Join the conversation, and share your wisdom on how play opens the gate of happiness call (347) 539-5818.
TRSOTP may have hit their milestone 100th episode last week, but they continue on as the longest weekly episodic show on LOPRadio. Well, until the Director of Operations/Beverages forcefully takes over and creates his own show.
This week, they're LIVE again! Mazza's predictions that it could happen more often due to laziness has come to fruition and it's that close to the time, I don't even know what he'll be talking about along with Maverick! What will be guaranteed though, is plenty of wrestling talk and a few bloopers along the way. So basically the norm then....
That's right, it's a landmark episode that marks the hundredth episode of The Right Side of the Pond - the longest running weekly episodic podcast in LOPR history!
This week, the original crew are back together, as Mazza, Shinobi, 'Plan and Maverick talk about how WWE and the industry has evolved since the show began in May 2013. They'll talk about their favourite matches and the issues that they feel are the most important to have emerged over the last 100 weeks.
This show is LIVE, so get in touch using the hashtag #TRSOTP100, and maybe, just maybe, we'll see if we can get some special guests on the show.
Thank you to everyone who has been a part of this in any small way - here's to a hundred more!
Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn
A sleepy mystery for a Friday night
Harry James & His Orchestra Memphis Blues
Sleepy Time Gal
Harry James & Frank Sinatra I Couldn't Sleep a Wink Last Night
A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening
Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra Don't Cry Baby
Collins and Harlan The international Rag
“When old Silas does the turkey-trot to "Turkey in the straw"
For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions1 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or email@example.com
ALL credit is due to the Artists, Companies.
All on Shellac 10” 78 RPM
Harry James and His Orchestra
Columbia 36713 1944
Written W. C. Handy
Sleepy Time Gal
Written Lorenzo, Alden, Egan, Whiting
Harry James, Frank Sinatra
Columbia 36687 1944
I Couldn't Sleep a Wink Last Night
Both Written Adamson &McHugh
A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening
Both from the Movie “Higher and Higher”
Lucky Millinder And His Orchestra
Label: Decca 18569 1944
Don't Cry Baby
Vocals Judy Carol Written By Jimmy Mitchelle, Sammy Lowe
Vocals Trevor Bacon Written Al Neiburg, Henri Woode, Lucky Millinder
Columbia A1406 1913 The international rag Collins and Harlan
1913 When old Silas does the turkey-trot to "Turkey in the straw"
This week Mazza and Maverick are joined by TRSOTP Director of Beverages Randall to look ahead to WWE's Extreme Rules PPV. We find out that one of them likes the Kiss Me A*** stip, one of them is pro the curb stomp ban and one likes Golden Wonder crisps. +5 cool internet points for guessing which is which. There are also a bunch of matches to predict and the team go to work on the obvious and less obvious outcomes.
Host K. A. Laity will chat ever so briefly about the relationship between ham and humour and read Graham Wynd's surreal noir story 'Ham on Heels' which was inspired by S. L. Johnson's illustration. Henri Bergson may be mentioned; or perhaps we will rely on Totie Fields. In memorium for the Big W.
This week Plan, Maverick and Mazza have a look back at a WrestleMania that most definitely delivered and ask the questions of what happens next. In terms of elevating the midcard titles, it has been an excellent week but can WWE keep up the momentum of John Cena and Daniel Bryan as United States and Intercontinental Champion and how? For a second main event in a row Roman Reigns proved his doubters wrong but where does he go and will crowds see sence or just carry on the fad of booing him? Seth Rollins is the new WWE Champion but how long can he hold onto that belt and who will have him in their crosshairs? What is next on the agenda for the likes of Sting and Undertaker? We look at all this as well as the short term and/or long term futures of the likes of Brock Lesnar, Triple H, Bray Wyatt, Dean Ambrose, Randy Orton and Rusev. Tune in at the regular time of 9pm UK/4pm EST.
This week Shinobi, Plan, Maverick and Mazza all show up for the big WrestleMania 31 preview show. A lot of differing opinions on what will go down with just the one match where the guys all picked the same winner (and none were totally confident about their pick). They also discuss what they would like to see happen and how that will change the landscape of the company throughout spring and summer. Plus they look at all the other big questions. Will Seth Rollins attempt a cash-in? Will we see Sheamus return and if so, where? What will the Undertaker look like?
Tune in at the normal time (for the Brits) or later time (for the Muricans) of 9pm UK/ 5pm EST.
On this week's show, Mazza returns from suspension and Plan returns from wherever it is he had been. They are joined by Maverick and kick things off this week by discussing the latest happenings on Raw on another impressive night for Seth Rollins. They then move on to discuss there favourite hipster choice matches in WrestleMania history. These are the matches that are not particularly high profile and don't get much love within the IWC but are actually rather good. No spoilers but expect plenty of matches from the early years of the event.
It's such a simple parable: A young man demands his inheritance and leaves home for a life of debauchery. Later, realizing his folly, he returns, to the forgiving embrace of his father. Yet there is so much nuance in the parable of The Prodigal Son! Author Henri Nouwen plumbs the depth of this rich story in his book "The Return of the Prodigal Son: A Story of Homecoming." Join Lori and Alice as they explore the roles of the various actors in the story: Are you more like the younger son or the elder son? How have you become "lost" in your life? What is the way back home?
You will not want to miss Part One of this life-changing literary investigation from your favorite on-the-air spiritual book club!
Mazza, Maverick and Randall are back with another episode of TRSOTP. On this week's show they have a brief chat about a pretty lacksustre Raw considering it is Mania season. They then go on to share their favourite things about the Showcase of the Immortals. They look at things like favourite Mania Moments, Short Matches, Segments, and more.