The World As I Like It To Be is an audio web series (aka podcast) hosted by Eric Darnley Small. For over two years, a variety of guests have come on to talk about police and politics, health and religion and a whole host of other topics.
Now we have a variety of new and old contributors from all walks of life. And with new contributors comes new topics like pop culture, technology, sci/fi and fantasy (books,tv and moves), reality tv and finally celebrity gossip! We still remain committed to politics and now the show is excited to have a conservative contributor as well.
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EP187:The Mandalorian Season Finale! MCU and Star Wars on Disney + and politics with Joshua from Atlanta
This is the season finale of the podcast and Joshua and I had a blast.We could not wait to talk about the second season of the Mandalorian.And if that was not enough, the news out of Disney: where the Star Wars Universe and the Marvel Cinematic Universe are going is a geek's dream.Fans of Star Wars and Marvel do not want to miss this episode. Also, please check out Joshua’s short film Macungie @ Macungiefilm.com.
EP186: The Amazing Race season thirty-two finale! Who won? Contributor: Hannah Ray
It's my final episode of the podcast for 2020 with Hannah Ray and we discuss the season finale of the Amazing Race. This season started with eleven teams but in the end only one team wins the race. A few new and old concepts were brought into the race. Including the yield and a watermelon challenge. It was the most diverse cast in the history of the race. And players broke into alliances in an attempt to eliminate weaker teams. This was a strategy that effectively doomed two other teams in the end. This is another great episode of the podcast with Hannah. Enjoy!
EP185: A wrap up for politics in 2020. Contributor: Trump supporting republican Anthony from Penn.
On today’s episode a farewell to 2020 with Anthony (@RealAnthonyShow) from Pennsylvania. The Trump loving conservative republican and I pick up where we left off from the last podcast.Institutional racism, black lives matter, the republican race in Georgia, white nationalism vs socialism and his plans for 2021. But first, did Anthony have covid 19? He seems to think so. Could Trump rallies be the reason why? You will not want to miss this final political episode for 2020.
EP184:The FInal part of our 2020 look back. What we learned this year. Contributor: Denise from California
It's the final part of our look back at 2020. Denise from California (@denisefromcalif) has a powerful takeaway, courtesy of Fareed Zakaria, that makes her look differently on covid-19. Meanwhile I (@ericdsmall) found the unprecedented fight for black lives in the US and abroad extremely encouraging. Least you forget, there were some good things to happen this year. Let's review.
EP183: Part 2- A look back at the norms and traditions broken in 2020. Contributor: Denise from California
On today’s podcast Denise from California (@denisefromcalif) joins me to discuss all the norms and traditions broken by Donald Trump, his administration and the republican party. CNN’s Fareed Zakaria gives insight as to what this could mean for 2021 and beyond.
EP182:Part1-Lessons learned in 2020? The media or the democratic party learned anything? Contributor:Denise from Calif
On today’s podcast Denise from California (@denisefromcalif) joins me to discuss lessons learned in 2020.It is a twist on our usual end of the year review. In this part one we list three things we learned from this year.Denise focuses on the media while I discuss the democratic party and progressive ideas.This is one to listen to if you want to know how we do better next time.
A Great Show Overall
The title of the podcast referencing ‘the world’ makes perfect sense - as there is a wide variety of topics discussed here. It is very difficult to find this kind of variety anywhere else, especially on one show.
Very informative and insightful I really appreciate this podcast and I love when Denise from Cali chimes in she represents for the ladies 💙❤️
This was great
Very informative. Wish there were more shows that talked about race and discrimination. We need it today.