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Welcome to "What's Good?", where I tackle a myriad of subjects: From Film/TV to Music, to Tech, Race & Society; Current Affairs and many more, through my eyes and the eyes of the writers I read. So if you take an interest in anything I feel like talking about any given week, along with the occasional interview with Friends of 5E, then this is your podcast. A 5EPN Original.
 
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In a week where: Novak Djokovic and Australia compete in the "how can I root for both to lose?" competition. The "Colston Four" is acquitted from criminal damage charges. Citizens of Kazakhstan protest. State responds with a violent response. Actor Sidney Poitier dies aged 94. Calvin Simon, the co-founder of Parliament-Funkadelic, dies aged 79. In …
 
In a week where: 1. Ghislaine Maxwell, is found guilty on sex trafficking-related charges. 2. Betty White dies aged 99 3. Max Julien, star of "The Mack", dies aged 88 4. Winnie The Pooh, Hemingway, Agatha Christie novels & over 400k sound recordings enter the public domain. 5. It's the anniversary of the US Capitol Riots. In the first of two segmen…
 
To end the year, hosts of the various 5EPN podcasts come together to reflect on the year that has been 2021, the podcasts themselves and finish with a fun team exercise. To everyone that has listened to a 5EPN Podcast this year, on behalf of everyone in the 5EPN, we thank you for your listenership, your time and we hope we can join you as you begin…
 
In a week where: Kyle Rittenhouse is found not guilty for his acts during an anti-racist rally in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Indian PM Narendra Modi repeals controversial farm laws after a year of protests. Austria re-enters lockdown as COVID cases rise in Europe. Five people die and 40 injured after car speeds into a parade in Wisconsin. Peng Shuai appea…
 
In a week where: F.W. de Klerk, the last President of Apartheid South Africa, dies aged 85. Belarusian & Polish tensions rise as migrants continue to wait at the border. COP26 goes into overtime as negotiations over 1.5° and other issues continue. Remembrance Sunday comes & goes. A taxi explodes outside a Liverpool hospital, killing one man and con…
 
In a week where: MP Owen Patterson resigns as Tories fling democracy under the bus. Eight people die at Travis Scott's Astro World concert. The 'maxi trial' of the 'Ndrangheta in Italy continues as 70 mobsters are convicted. UB40 founding member Terrence "Astro" Wilson dies aged 64. Over 300 climate demonstrations go down across the world as COP26 …
 
In a week where: Facebook is now Meta. COP26 begins. The world passes 5 million COVID-19 deaths. Ethiopia calls a state of emergency as Tigray rebels move to the capital. In the first of two Life segments: (6:02) FaceBook is now Meta which gives me yet again another chance to shit on FaceBook and implore everyone to delete it. In the 2nd Life segme…
 
In a week where: On a film set, Alec Baldwin accidentally discharges a firearm, wounding director Joel Souza & killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Donald Trump is heading up a new social network, TRUTH. David Beckham is reportedly hosting the '22 World Cup in Qatar. Netting him £150m. UK Minimum Wage rises from £8.91 to £9.50 an hour. Ahead of…
 
In a week where: My local MP Sir David Amess is stabbed to death. DC are back at it with a new slate of movies. Matt Hancock loses his UN position in a big statement of the world healing. Stop talking about the damn SaltBae restaurant. The Top 10 UK baby names drop and 'Charlie' is out of the Top 10 for the first time since '05. In Film/TV: (9:36) …
 
In a week where: Poland is thinking about leaving the EU. China/Taiwan tensions rise. Tyson Fury knocks out Deontay Wilder in the 11th round to retain WBC heavyweight title and win the second fight in the matchup trilogy. A COVID-19 Pill could be on the horizon. 70 firefighters are called in as a flat in Battersea bursts into flames. In the 1st seg…
 
In a week where: It's UK Black History Month! Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J Blige, Eminem & Kendrick Lamar will headline the SuperBowl Halftime Show. Rapper Nines has been sentenced to 28 months in prison for importing 28kg of cannabis into the UK from Spain and Poland. UK Government plans to curb climate protesters with fines & six-month jail sentenc…
 
In a week where: Independent film legend Melvin Van Peebles dies aged 89. UK Government U-Turn & relieve immigration visas to European HGV drivers. Oleksandr Usyk beats Anthony Joshua by unanimous decision. Lewis Hamilton wins his 100th race in Sochi. R Kelly is found guilty of racketeering & sex trafficking. In the first of two Life segments: (5:0…
 
In a week where: Australia, UK & the US agree to a joint security pact. Steve Sinclair, the inventor of the pocket calculator & pioneer of home computing, dies aged 81. The Taliban ban girls from Secondary Education. Only Fools & Horses actor John Challis dies aged 79. Netflix acquires Roald Dahl's entire catalogue. In Sports: (7:35) Ben Simmons & …
 
In a week where: Arlo Parks wins the '21 Mercury Prize. A Royal Aide says The Queen supports BLM. Emma Radacanu wins the US Open. 12-15-year-olds in the UK will be offered the COVID-19 vaccine. Prince Andrew gets served. In Music: (8:05) The one album that has been on my mind in the past couple of weeks is Little Simz' "Sometimes I Might Be Introve…
 
In a week where: WhatsApp is fined $266 Million Over Data Transparency Breaches. Hurricane Ida floods New York & New Jersey. Texas effectively make abortion illegal with the green light from US Supreme Court. Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding dies aged 39 from breast cancer. TikTok reportedly overtakes YouTube in US average watch time. In the 1st of…
 
In a week where: UK, US and other countries end their evacuation flights out of Afghanistan. Team GB sits 2nd on the Paralympic medal table. Hurricane Ida tears through the US South. In the 1st of two Music segments: (7:31) There are more rappers showing signs of Anti-Vax/mask behaviour and it's beginning to be a worrisome trend. In Sports: (20:14)…
 
In a week where: Martial Arts master Sonny Chiba dies aged 82. OnlyFans will cut off pornographic content in October. The Paralympics are underway. Extinction Rebellion begins a two-week wave of protests. Brian Travers, saxophonist & founding member of UB40, dies of cancer aged 62. In Sports: (6:06) The Paralympics is underway and for Paralympic GB…
 
In a week where: Britney Spears' father Jamie to step down as her conservator after 13 years and a series of court battles this summer. Five people in Plymouth die from a mass shooting. Over 1,000 die after Haiti is hit with a 7.2 magnitude earthquake. Afghanistan's capital Kabul is taken over by The Taliban; president Ashraf Ghani flees to Tajikis…
 
In a week where: Rihanna is now a billionaire. Italy is now suffering from wildfires. Lionel Messi leaves Barcelona and signs a 2-Year deal with PSG. "South Park" creators sign a $900M deal to renew the series with ViacomCBS through 2027; the deal includes 14 new films for Paramount+. Three years until Paris 2024! In Sports: (10:25) The Olympics ar…
 
In a week where: Turkey & Greece are the latest countries to suffer wildfires. Amazon is dealt a $888 Million EU fine for a data privacy breach. Latin is going to be taught in English State Schools. DaBaby is taken off several festival line-ups after homophobic comments & two apologies. China is starting to have another COVID outbreak. In Sports: (…
 
In a week where: London suffers from flooding. Over 160 people have died & 100 unaccounted for in West Indian floods. Stop & Search is going to be expanded. The final victim of the Florida condo collapse is identified. A leading UK epidemiologist says the pandemic by "October time we will be looking back at most of the pandemic". In the first of tw…
 
In a week where: Germany, The Netherlands & Belgium suffer from large flooding, killing hundreds. After rock bottom viewership, GB News gets Nigel Farage on board. The US has nearly 80 wildfires happening right now. The UK has rising cases of Norovirus. The Milwaukee Bucks win their 2nd NBA Championship. Their first since 1971. In Music: (8:33) We …
 
In a week where: It didn't come home... "Black Widow" breaks pandemic era record with $80M at the box office on opening weekend. Richard Branson goes to "space". Northrop Grumman is going to build homes orbiting the moon. ($935 million NASA contract) The UK Government lock in the 0.2% cut in International Aid from 0.7% to 0.5%. In Life: (6:49) It's…
 
In a week where: Bill Cosby is out of prison. Sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson is served a one-month suspension for having weed. England will drop COVID restrictions on July 19th. All US & NATO forces leave Afghanistan. Three men, part of the 'Stockwell Six' have their convictions overturned after 50 years. In the first of three Sports segments: (5:07…
 
In a week where: Derek Chauvin is sentenced to 22 1/2 years in prison for the murder of George Floyd. Matt Hancock resigns as Health Secretary after footage leaks of him kissing an aide. Chinese researchers have unveiled an ancient skull that could belong to a completely new species of human. Wimbledon is underway. Cuba announces their own vaccine …
 
In a week where: Summer Solstice has come & gone. LV Raiders DL Carl Nassib becomes the first active gay NFL player. Spotify & FB drop their own live voice chat platforms. The Supreme Court rules the NCAA cannot restrict educational benefits provided by universities to student-athletes. 22nd June commemorates Windrush Day. In Sports: (7:23) It's ti…
 
In a week where: Brisbane, Australia is tapped to host 2032 Summer Olympics National Geographic announce a fifth Ocean (Southern) Euro 2020 kicks off. It's been four years since the Grenfell Tower Fire. Benjamin Netanyahu is ousted by the Israeli coalition. In Sports: (5:04) When football returned without fans, I wondered whether non-white players …
 
In a week where: Floyd Mayweather robbed you lot again. United Airlines is running back supersonic flight. In the Sarah Everard case, PC Wayne Couzens pleads guilty to kidnap and rape. The TV BAFTA Awards happened. An Italian Artist Auctioned Off an ‘Invisible Sculpture’ for $18,300. In Music: (5:45) Drill music has taken a meteoric rise since its …
 
In a week where: The city of Tulsa, Oklahoma marked the 100th anniversary of the Black Wall Street Massacre. Chelsea wins the Champions League for the second time. Germany has committed $1.3bn to Namibia and Namibian residents for its role in the genocide of the Herero and Nama ethnic groups more than 100 years ago. Naomi Osaka pulls out from the F…
 
In a week where: The Dyson Report on Former BBC journalist Martin Bashir concludes he used deception to get landmark Panorama/Princess Diana interview. RIP Hip-Hop Photographer Chi Modu who died aged 54. Activist Sasha Johnson is in critical condition after being shot in the head. Five people have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. 50-…
 
In a week where: China lands a rover on Mars. Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett, Tamika Catchings and others are inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame. Anthony Joshua & Tyson Fury *lock in their £200M fight... In Saudi Arabia. (*It's now in jeopardy now due to an arbitration awarding Deontay Wilder a third fight against Fury.) Twitter is c…
 
In a week where: Colombia is in unrest as protests turn violent. At least 25 people were killed in a Rio police raid. A Chinese rocket, originally plummeting to Earth with nobody knowing where falls into the Indian Ocean. IOC & Pfizer strike a deal to vaccinate all competitors & staff. UK voters will now need a photo ID in order to vote in General …
 
In a week where: Germany first to hand back Benin bronzes looted by the British. Many sports social media accounts participate in a collective blackout to highlight racism. Bill & Melinda Gates file for divorce. India's COVID cases pass 20 million. Facebook continues to ban Donald Trump from their platforms. In Film/TV: (9:14) Mere weeks after Noel…
 
In a week where: India is suffering a COVID outbreak in record numbers. Another anti-mask, anti-lockdown protest goes down in Hyde Park. Manchester City beat Spurs 1-0 to win the League Cup. The Oscars came & went. RIP 20-year-old Folajimi Olubunmi-Adewole, who died after jumping into the River Thames to rescue a woman who fell from London Bridge. …
 
In a week where: Raúl Castro announced his resignation as head of the Communist Party of Cuba. Global COVID-19 deaths surpass a reported 3 million. NASA scientists successfully made the first-ever controlled flight attempt on another planet. Russia has amassed more than 100,000 troops near the Ukraine border. Chad's President Idriss Déby dies from …
 
In a week where: Prince Philip dies aged 99. DMX dies aged 50. St Vincent's volcano La Soufriere erupts for the first time since '79, engulfing the entire island in Volcanic Ash. Hideki Matsuyama wins the 2021 Masters and becomes the first Japanese male golfer to win a major championship. Minneapolis protests once again after 20-Year-Old Duante Wri…
 
In a week where: #KillTheBill protests go down in London, Southampton, Manchester, Leeds & other cities, resulting in sit-ins, arrests and injuries. Half a billion Facebook accounts have been leaked. Paul Simon sells his song catalogue to Sony. DMX suffers from a Drug Overdose. Stanford & Baylor win the Women's & Men's NCAA Basketball National Cham…
 
In a week where: The Suez Canal blockage that lasted nearly a week reportedly held up $400m worth of goods every single hour. A Bristol protest gets violent as police assault protesters & journalists. British Summer Time is here. The missing person case of Richard Okorogheye is ongoing. Myanmar continues to crumble as 2,000 people flee to the Thail…
 
In a week where: Uber will have to give all 70,000 of its UK drivers holiday pay, a minimum wage and pension contributions. An anti-mask protest goes through Central London. A 6000-year-dormant volcano in Iceland has erupted. A 6.9 magnitude earthquake hits Japan. Hall of Fame Basketball player Elgin Baylor dies aged 86. In Life: (7:10) The Police,…
 
In a week where: Murray Walker, the Voice of F1, dies aged 97. "Marvellous" Marvin Hagler dies aged 66. The Grammys happened. The Oscar nominations dropped. A 21-year-old Georgia man was arrested in the killings of eight people at three massage parlours, many of them women of Asian descent. / In the first of two Life segments: (4:37) Let's talk abo…
 
In a week where: Meghan ethers the Royal Family on US National TV. All-Star Sunday comes & goes. Piers Morgan leaves Good Morning Britain. Buzzfeed lays off 47 HuffPost workers a month after the acquisition. A WHO/UN study finds that around a quarter of females have been assaulted by a male partner. / In the first of two Life segments: (8:24) Harry…
 
In a week where: England & Wales rail fares have risen by 2.6% Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is jailed for three years for corruption. Founding member of The Wailers Bunny Wailer dies aged 73. BBC Three will return as a broadcast channel next year. Six Dr Seuss books will no longer be published because of "hurtful & wrong" imagery. In the…
 
In a week where: Reggae & Dancehall legend U-Roy, dies aged 78. NASA's Perseverance rover successfully landed on the Martian surface. Government-backed forces allegedly killed hundreds in a massacre at Ethiopia's Church of St. Mary of Zion in November, according to witness accounts. Naomi Osaka beats Jennifer Brady to win the Australian Open. Daft …
 
In a week where: Home Secretary Priti Patel opens her mouth again on the '20 BLM Protests. Donald Glover & Phoebe Waller-Bridge are Exec Producing & co-starring in a "Mr & Mrs Smith" reboot. COVID-19 cases, deaths & hospital visits are going back down in the UK. Trump is acquitted in his 2nd Senate Impeachment Trial. The rate of new COVID-19 cases …
 
In a week where: Actor Christopher Plummer dies aged 91 Former Heavyweight Champion Boxer Leon Spinks dies aged 67. Queen Elizabeth successfully lobbied the government to change a draft law in order to conceal her “embarrassing” private wealth from the public. Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Kansas City Chiefs in SB55. Mary Wilson, a founding member …
 
In a week where: Legendary actress Cicely Tyson dies aged 96. Police stop a 70-person strong boat party. £800 fine for the attendees, £10k for the organiser. Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi and the country's president are detained amid possible coup. ASOS buy Topman, Topshop & Miss Selfridge for £230m. More than 5,100 Russians are arrested for protests …
 
In a Week Where: Legendary Interviewer/TV Host Larry King dies aged 87. Met Police raid an illegal gathering in. Knightsbridge, issuing fines worth over £15k. Google threatens to shut down its search engine in Australia. Frank Lampard is out as Chelsea manager. UK passes 100k COVID related deaths. In the first of two Life segments: (8:12) Clubhouse…
 
In a week where: Trump is impeached for the 2nd time. James Harden is traded to the Brooklyn Nets in the biggest NBA trade ever. Italy's largest organized crime trial in more than three decades begins, with prosecutors bringing charges against 355 members of the 'Ndrangheta crime network. More than 2 Million worldwide have now died from Corona. The…
 
In a week where: Several Social Media platforms suspend T**** to varying degrees. Japan suffer surge in COVID-19 cases, casting doubt on the Olympics. 12 people get arrested in Clapham Common as another anti-lockdown protest comes & goes. Social Media app Parler goes offline after blacklisting from Apple, Google & Amazon UK passes 100k COVID-19 dea…
 
In Sports: (7:25) The Tokyo Olympics is a go... We think. But regardless of how good it looks from now until July, Team GB are gearing up for the road to Tokyo. In Music: (22:29) The death of MF DOOM shocked the Hip-Hop world. But as an outsider on DOOM's artistry, I wanted to get people that could do DOOM justice. So I got Central Sauce's Brandon …
 
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