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But, for now, he is turning to punditry, suggesting he does not have a new position lined up for the near future.
It is interesting because Roy was very much into the punditry while " he was not involved in any manage ment, and now he has shelved that for a while.
Punditry should be completing a double for the Newmarket handler as Pategonia is expected to get the ball rolling at Lingfield.
Known as much for his no-nonsense punditry on TV and radio as for his goal scoring, former Arsenal and England footballer Ian Wright co-hosts the show.
The former England captain wants to return to his television punditry role next season rather than make his stint as Newcastle boss more permanent.
In Betrayal: How Black Intellectuals Have Abandoned the Ideals of the Civil Rights Era, prominent scholars, such as Cornel West, Henry Louis Gates, Stephen Carter, Shelby Steele, and John McWhorter, come under fire for their books and punditry that analyze contemporary U.
Ol' Slim's Views From the Porch: A Plethora of Punditry, A Wonderment of Wisdom is an anthology of twenty-six of Slim Randles' timeless columns, originally run in New Mexico Magazine.
First, the political system can now no longer control the flow or content of information available on a mass basis, leaving politicians at the mercy of blogs, video cameras, and mass punditry.
There is hardly the countdown for Allen that took place in the form of staged protests and slick punditry on Williams' behalf.
Between his journalism, his books and his television punditry, he has more or less turned himself into something of a franchise, so who better to address the International Franchise Association's annual Franchise Appreciation Day than Bob Woodward?
In a culture that prizes reason, punditry is a marginal journalistic player, a side dish to the facts.
Sir, - Oh dear, the pitfalls and agonies of political punditry.