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James Buckley

James Patrick Buckley is an English stand-up comedian, actor, musician and YouTuber, best-known for playing foul-mouthed Jay Cartwright in the BAFTA-winning E4 sitcom The Inbetweeners. He also hosts the show Dream Team FC Podcast.
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James Buckley Discusses Domestic Violence | Episode 145
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Fishing Without Bait
Jim Ellermeyer is joined by an old friend in musician James Buckley about his involvement with the Sing To Stop Domestic Violence event. We discuss the what leads to these situations, from the fear to the connections, the power of the offender, how the event reaches out to try to help, justifying abuse, the stories and more.   Support a great cause at the Sing To Stop Domestic Violence July 14th 2:00 pm to 10:00 PM at Need's Hotel, 5438 Butler Street, Pittsburgh, PA.   James Buckley is a musician and multimedia creator.  You can check out his company at www.inwardvision.com. You can also listen to his online radio station at www.rockpittsburgh.com Hope Center - www.akhopecenter.org The Center for Victims - www.centerforvictims.org Read more about Robin Lane here: www.nodepression.com/article/robin-lane-when-things-go-right Subscribe to our Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Music, TuneIn or look for it on your favorite Podcatcher!  Also, check us out streaming on The River's Edge online radio! Intro music: “Life” by Tobu. 
Cashed Out On Griezmann
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Dream Team FC Podcast With James Buckley
It's the final podcast of Euro 2016. James Buckley has a telly, Gordon Smart has a beer and Lloyd Griffith has a secret...
Slapped In The Face By Abramovich's Wallet
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Dream Team FC Podcast With James Buckley
It's your chance to win an Xbox on this week's podcast! Plus James, Lloyd & Gordon talk Wales, Zaza & turkeys sunbathing abroad...
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Birthdate
Aug 14th, 1987
Location
New York, NY, USA
Episode Count
81
Podcast Count
2
Total Airtime
21 hours, 25 minutes