Long Gone - Hosted By Jason Peters

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Jason Peters is abroad in London, never having left the United States, he is eager to find what people think of America and how well a loud, Italian-American, Philadelphia native meshes into a new life in Chelsea, England.


  • Ode to London: The Last One

    17/12/2016 Duração: 38min

    Jason rambles for ten minutes, feel free to skip through that; then eventually finds his footing and gets far too deep. He's offensive for parts, but if you get upset he doesn't care. He's the one typing this. Hi people. It's me Jason Peters, thank you for listening and your support. Love you all. I thank everyone, which I would like to do now too. Thank you to my family, friends, and people who listen to this all over the world or maybe in the future. This experience made me a better man and i'm forever thankful.

  • Across the Pond - Finale

    14/12/2016 Duração: 59min

    Jason Peters, Steve Bohnel, and Jack Beran go live from London one last time, Jack is late, Jason is spiralling, and Steve is relaxed. Final episode of Across the Pond is heartfelt and full of silly moments.

  • Long Gone - Ep. 12 Thanksgiving - Robin Haijes

    24/11/2016 Duração: 58min

    Host Jason Peters starts the show with a frantic unplanned rambling monologue, in which he yells at Liberals, yells about Standing Rock super villians, alienates the listeners by talking about his friends playing football, and even talks about what he's thankful for! More importantly, he sits down with Robin Haijes, a singer/songwriter from The Netherlands. After Jason interrupts her first song like a buffoon, they go on to discuss music, drinking, cultural differences, and everything in between. Robin sings 2 acoustic songs as well! @RobinHaijes on IG @JpetersTSR on Twitter Happy Thanksgiving Everyone, Can't articulate how much your continued support means, 3-4 episodes left.

  • Ep. 11 Post Election Reaction - Across the Pond

    18/11/2016 Duração: 56min

    Jason has a minor stroke in the first segment, screams and yells some things becuase he's very jaded about the election and politics in General. Jack attempts to restore order. Steve argues with Jason and tells stories about Paul Simon and Rome, then they talk about returning home, as well as, ending the episode with "Who ya boilin."

  • Long Gone - Ep. 10 Election Night - Across the Pond

    08/11/2016 Duração: 56min

    The 2016 election is here, host Jason Peters is upset, as is his co-host Jack Beran. This is a crossover episode between a live radio show that Jason Peters, Jack Beran, and Steve Bohnel do and Long Gone. Steve skipped out on this episode to see Paul Simon, but Jason and Jack talk for an hour about the insanity we'll be leaving.

  • Long Gone - Ep. 9 Mini-Episode: Halloween Boozcast

    28/10/2016 Duração: 33min

    Host Jason Peters upon arriving from a long trip from Dublin and Amsterdam is reunited with Tori Viggiano who was just in Italy, Meghan Fennelly returning from Spain, and Rafael Fontones. The four had not seen each other in a week or so; against Jason's will they got drunk together and recorded this very silly and ridiculous Boozcast in which they struggle to perform a Seance in the name of Halloween. None of this was planned, which makes it a little more fun and very genuine. Enjoy.

  • Long Gone Ep. 6 - Joselyn Castro

    06/10/2016 Duração: 40s

    Joselyn Castro, international correspondent for Temple University's "Temple Update" joins host Jason Peters to talk TV, Media, studying abroad, and everything in between! Featuring some insane rambling about Kid Cudi and Politics at the end.

  • Ep 5. - Garry Hayes

    26/09/2016 Duração: 01h42min

    Garry Hayes is a widely experienced writer for Bleacher Report, covering Chelsea Football Club. He has a vast knowledge of both soccer, England, and sports culture. He and Jason discuss soccer, football, the differences in culture of sports between the two countries. Garry is also an author of the book "John Terry: 50 Defining Fixtures" available on Amazon.

  • Long Gone Ep. 4 - Dr. Dennis Chapman

    22/09/2016 Duração: 01h07min

    Dr. Dennis Chapman is a PhD. in comparative politics, he and host Jason Peters compare the United States and United Kingdom's issues in the political realms of both countries as well as, the ideological shifts taking place across the modern world over time.

  • Ep. 3 - Mini Episode: Football, and Yelling

    14/09/2016 Duração: 29min

    When guests are busy and cancel, you must release content. Jason talks football, breaks some news, and screams into a microphone like a crazy person. Music by Zero and Lukas Piscitelli.

  • Long Gone - Ep. 2 Tom Hartwell

    06/09/2016 Duração: 01h05min

    This is the first episode from London, England; Jason notices many differences between American and England. He sits down and discusses them with Tom Hartwell, actor, producer, and writer of "You Tweet My Face Space" who is fresh off playing in Edinburgh Fringe and performing to their largest audiences yet. He dives into writing, British culture, acting and everyday life as he and Jason draw many parallels and comparisons between the USA and UK.

  • Long Gone - Ep. 1 Pre-departure

    25/08/2016 Duração: 01h04min

    Host Jason Peters a student from Philadelphia hosts a weekly podcast interviewing and breaking down his experience going overseas for the first time. For 4.5 months Jason will be living in London and getting his first taste of life outside the US. Diving into topics of sports, politics, music, culture, and the overall feelings towards the US abroad will be tackled. This episode Jason has two of his best friends on (Dom Boggi and Matt Frickmann) to discuss what to expect, as well as the biggest challenges ahead.