In his unique style, Jason Gay from The Wall Street Journal discusses the current events and news you need to be informed on sports, culture and life. Enjoy these timely and engaging stories in our WSJ Free for All podcast.
On the Free for All: the NFL regular season starts Thursday, and Jason Gay talks about the start of the new season with Wall Street Journal sports editor Jonathan Clegg. They're joined by former WSJ reporter Kevin Clark, now NFL writer at The Ringer.
From the doping and political controversies, to the most memorable event performances thus far, the Wall Street Journal's Sara Germano takes a deep dive with Jason Gay into all things Rio Olympics 2016 -- direct from all the action in Rio de Janeiro.
Sports writer for the Wall Street Journal Brian Costa joins Jason Gay to break down the PGA Championship and his burger-fueled night out with the golf world's sudden darling, Andrew "Beef" Johnston.
Deadspin's Patrick Redford and the Wall Street Journal's Josh Robinson join Jason Gay to talk the home stretch of the 2016 Tour de France, breaking down the top picks, the nerdiest bike trends, and predictions the next cycling superstar.
Sports writers Ben Cohen, Chris Herring and Henry Mode join Jason Gay with their picks for Game 6 and to break down all things NBA Finals.
GQ Style's editor-in-chief Will Welch talks all things style with Jason Gay and sheds light on how to look at this generation's lifestyle through the prism of fashion.
Wall Street Journal reporter Lindsay Gellman sits down with Jason Gay to discuss a new trend of inter-generational consulting in the workplace, as employers try to grasp how to manage a new generation of workers.
Jason Gay deep dives into all things cycling with Eben Weiss, the "Bike Snob," and author of "The Ultimate Bicycle Owner's Manual." Then, David Trimble, the man behind the hugely popular bike race, the "Red Hook Criterium," talks international cycling and the latest viral bike-crashes making headlines.
With baseball season under way, Wall Street Journal baseball correspondents Jared Diamond and Andrew Beaton join Jason Gay in studio to talk about all the the latest trends and controversies in store for this year.
Jason Gay talks with departing Wall Street Journal Global Sports Editor Sam Walker. They discuss the Journal's unique coverage of all things sports, from the Masters and the Super Bowl all the way up to Kobe's farewell and the Warriors' record-breaking season.
The Wall Street Journal's senior special sports writer Matthew Futterman sits down with Jason Gay to talk about one of the most important sports issues of the next decade: TV rights. A look at the bubble the media industry created and what popping it could mean for the future of sports.
Wall Street Journal personal tech columnist Joanna Stern is back talking the new iPhone SE and whether it can help Apple keep its grasp on the tech consumer. Plus, a look at the trouble at Twitter. Can it ever win back its lost followers?
Wall Street Journal tech maven Joanna Stern joins Jason Gay for a deep dive into the new tech frontier that is virtual reality. A look at why it's not just for gamers anymore, and whether or not it can live up to the hype.
In the final installment of Jason Gay's one-on-one with Wall Street Journal's resident basketball writer Chris Herring, predictions for the new season and breaking down the next best player in NBA history.
In the second installment of Jason Gay's one-on-one with Wall Street Journal's resident basketball writer Chris Herring, a discussion on the evolution of the league, what quality-of-game means for the NBA, and the state of the New York Knicks.
Jason Gay goes one-on-one with Wall Street Journal's resident basketball writer Chris Herring, who joins the Free For All for a three part conversation about his road to the Journal, the state of the game, and the New York Knicks.
Just ahead of Super Tuesday, Wall Street Journal reporter Ben Kesling offers his unique insight on the 2016 presidential race. Plus, a look at his road to the the Journal, including stints in the Marine Corps and on the game show, Jeopardy.
WSJ's Charlie Wells checks in from London to discuss the new learning culture where schools embrace smartphones as a primary education platform. Then, with pedestrian injuries on the rise, personal tech columnist Geoffrey Fowler talks the perils of texting while walking, and how tech companies are addressing the physical dangers that result from our smartphone addiction.
Is Michael Bloomberg going to run for president? Mara Gay talks the potential for his bid for the White House. Then, direct from Toronto, Ben Cohen checks in from the NBA All-Star Game. And -- shorts in pro-golf? Brian Costa talks the latest controversy.
The UFC's Dana White joins Jason Gay in studio to talk about the sport's future, the volatile medium of television, and why his web series, "Looking for a Fight" belongs on YouTube.
Jason Gay and Jim Chairusmi look ahead to Super Bowl 50 with Jonathan Clegg. Is it a surefire win for the Panthers? Or will Denver's defense keep them in the game? Then, Elizabeth Holmes and Yoree Koh talk the future of Twitter, and why there may be trouble ahead for the social media platform.
Jason Gay talks with WSJ's Bret Stephens about the state of the GOP in the 2016 election. Then, Matthew Futterman has the latest on the point fixing scandal in tennis.
Jason Gay talks America's most popular sport -- real estate. WSJ's resident real estate reporters Candace Jackson and Candace Taylor walk us through the world of luxury properties and gazillion dollar mansions.
From the latest coaches getting sacked to who's making the playoffs, Jason Gay talks the Superbowl, the halftime show, and all things football with by Kevin Clark and Jonathan Clegg.
Jason Gay and Jim Chairusmi get the lowdown from sports columnist Kevin Clark about Odell Beckham Jr.'s dust up with the Carolina Panthers. Then, Pervaiz Shallwani takes a break from crime reporting to share the world's greatest eggnog recipe.
Gearing up for the big opening weekend, Jason Gay is joined by Jim Chairusmi, Adam Thompson, Geoff Foster and Joanna Stern to talk all things Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Plus, WSJ's show biz reporter Ben Fritz, fresh from the film's world premiere in Los Angeles, has a full breakdown of the big night.
Americans are ditching their cable TV subscriptions at rapidly increasing pace. Are you ready to cut the cord? Then, a look at LeBron James' $500 million deal with Nike. What does a lifetime contract even mean?
WSJ's NFL columnist Kevin Clark weighs in on Peyton Manning's future. Is he through? Then, Jim Chairusmi sounds off on the Patriots' prospects for an undefeated season, and what's next for dethroned UFC champ Ronda Rousey?
Jason Gay and Jim Chairusmi talk what's next for the Mets in the aftermath of the World Series. Plus, NBA talk with Ben Cohen, and Jim goes head to head with a special guest for a game of "How Well Do You Know Drake"?
Jason Gay and Jim Chairusmi break down Yahoo's inaugural effort of NFL streaming with WSJ reporter Joe Flint. Then, baseball columnist Brian Costa joins the show live on the scene from Kansas City talking all things World Series. And WSJ tech maven Joanna Stern talks Apple, Pepper the Robot, and rubbing elbows with the heavy tech hitters at WSJD Live.
Getting to the bottom of the age old question -- New York or deep dish pizza? Mets writer and pizza enthusiast, Jared Diamond and Bon Appétit Magazine's Adam Rapoport weigh in on the pizza landscape in America. Then, WSJ's Elizabeth Bernstein explains why chewing grosses you out.