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Best Sam Schindler podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
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Updated January 2020
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Conversations with people providing local solutions to systemic problems, mostly in my adopted hometown of Lancaster, Pennsylvania: a place that somehow blends rustic and traditional with urban and progressive.
 
The best calls from the week on the Triple X 101.1111FM Nightshift with Benny & Surenny
 
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This is a crossover episode. These days I co-own 9 Panel Comics a comic book store with my friend Jon Darby. We buy and sell old and new comic books. We also produce a comic-related podcast. For this episode, I interview Lee Francis IV is the author of Ghost River, a graphic novel about the Conestoga, a native people who lived in what is now Centra…
 
While Part 1 focused mainly on mental health and constructive coping mechanisms to deal with anxiety and depression, in this episode we consider what so-called “American” values are —as opposed to Canadian values— and spend a good chunk of time critiquing the U.S. health care system. There's also more of Sarah’s music, as it features songs from her…
 
Benny & Surenny review a stable table, plus the boys chat science with the Triple X Dr Karl, get to the bottom of bottom sunning & hear from the producer of a new production set to take Australia by storm. Ft. Nina Oyama, Cameron Duggan & Michelle AzevedoBy Suren Jayemanne
 
Benny & Surenny dig up some archival footage from the time they entertained the Thai boys in that cave. This week's callers include Mr DILF 2019, a carpet salesman and a Bob Franklin. Ft. Luka Muller, Mike Goldstein & Andrew WolfeBy Suren Jayemanne
 
Benny & Surenny do a live remote from Cirque Du Soleil and chat to the producer of new reality tv show F*ck Marry Kill. Plus Big Hewy from the Cup. Ft Dan Rath, Lauren Bonner & Tim HewittBy Suren Jayemanne
 
I don’t know Sarah Jickling, but we talked for an hour about anxiety, depression, alter egos, pole-dancing, and just how goddamn big Canada is. I met her on Instagram, via the quirk of a misplaced hashtag. Not long ago, I loathed and readily excoriated social media and its tentacles, as they worm and wiggle their slimy way into our lives. As it tur…
 
Benny & Surenny deal with the passing of their boss Alan "Triple X" Rumledge who died in a horrific boating accident. A new boss means the injection of new blood, Triple X's new breakfast team Magatha and Arnold stop by the Nightshift & more talkback calls. Ft. Sam Campbell, Concetta Caristo, John Robles, Maddie HW and Alan Rutledge…
 
Here is a live album of sorts; Liz Fulmer and her band playing at Tellus360 on August 18, 2019, for the Come As You Are words and music event. This is just the music. SONG LIST 1) Come As You Are (Nirvana) Liz Fulmer: Vocals, Piano; Allan Dutton: Guitar. 2) Today (Smashing Pumpkins) Liz Fulmer: Vocals, Piano; Allan Dutton: Guitar; Brendan Stengle: …
 
Benny & Surenny chat to Elvis Presley (the impersonator) & encounter some technical difficulties in the studio. Plus Benny gets dunked. Ft Josh Earl, Ray Badran & Sam Campbell Music: Funny Quirky Comedy by Redafs.com, Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 LicenseBy Suren Jayemanne
 
In episode #56: Come As You Are: Words and Music, Jamie Beth Cohen and Liz Fulmer shared their thoughts on the live concert they gave at Tellus360. Here, What We Will Abide offers bonus material from the concert.
 
A new sponsor comes on board Benny & Surenny. The boys get an unexpected call from royalty & chat to Hewson Gilbert who's been left to his own devices. Plus some secret footage of Benny reveals he may still have some cleaning up to do. Ft Rohan Ganju, Cameron James & Becky Lucas, Alan RutledgeBy Suren Jayemanne
 
Jamie Beth Cohen's Wasted Pretty is a YA novel set in 1992, a year in which grunge, indie pop, and new wave all seemed to get along. In a special live event at Lancaster's own Tellus 360 this past August, Cohen teamed up with local musician Liz Fulmer to present "Come As You Are," a concert during which Cohen read from her novel and Fulmer (and fri…
 
After a suspensio... hiatus, Benny & Surenny are back in the Triple X studios. They chat to Susan who's behind a charity that's more than a handful, plus a new segment Masked Swinger. Ft. Sam Campbell, Concetta Caristo, Andrew WolfeBy Suren Jayemanne
 
"If you want to see humanity at its most vulnerable, a refugee camp will give you that image." Mustafa Nuur immigrated to the US after a 10-year stay in a refugee camp in Kenya. He is originally from Mogadishu, Somalia and has lived in Lancaster PA since 2017. In chapter IV of What We Will Abide's series on Immigration, Mustafa tells his own story,…
 
A certain 7-year-old explains his choice to sit out the Pledge of Allegiance at school. Music by Here Inside.
 
"It's all about the wrestling," Rabbi Jack Paskoff tells me, as we rattle up 95 North on our way home from Washington DC. He drives like a New Yorker: aggressive and confident with an air of 'I got this.' It's sort of the same way he serves his community–out front and fearless while also remaining honest and deeply contemplative. He's "my" rabbi be…
 
Though they were happy running Lancaster's favorite bottle shop and pizza joint, The Fridge, Zach Miller and Erin Schram decided to leave the United States after the election of 2016. Following a 2+ year sojourn in New Zealand, they have returned, seeking more time with family and the perfect taco. It might just be the Kiwi, a fish-and-chips inspir…
 
It's easy to lose sight of privilege; if you're an American citizen, it's something you probably don't think about, ever. But Andrea Alarcon has thought about what it means to be a citizen every day of her life since she learned she couldn't get a driver's license at age 16. The obstacles only compounded from there. This interview was conduced in 2…
 
Benny goes berserk in his local Grill'd restaurant, a world record gets on the horn, a breast lady gives the lads the horn and a weather report. Ft. Nick Capper, Elouise Eftos, Luke Joseph RyanBy Suren Jayemanne
 
Australian entertainment royalty meets Andrew Denton as Benny & Surenny are interviewed for INTERVIEW.By Suren Jayemanne
 
Benny and Surenny do their very own car pool karaoke plus an exclusive chat with tooth expert, Tooth Fairy. And a local has been inspired by the antics of Champions League streaker Kinsey Wolanski. Ft Fran Middleton and George PettiferBy Suren Jayemanne
 
Benny and Surenny road test a product from a new sponsor. Plus chats with magician Mad Gino, Mr Costa Rico and Mr McBob. Ft Alexei Tolioupoulos, Freddie McManus & David WoodheadBy Suren Jayemanne
 
Benny & Surenny attend the 3rd annual Australian Postcost Awards, hosted by Dave Hughes. International Burger Day triggers wild scenes at George St Maccas + talking real issues with real aliens. Ft Aaron Chen, Luke Joseph Ryan, Charlie McCann Music from Audionautix & Kevin MacleodBy Suren Jayemanne
 
Benny & Surenny do a live remote broadcast from a Hoodoo Guru's gig, Triple X Finance Guru provides the boys with some general advice, adorable 10 year old Maisy is a Guru on Ebay, plus more SNEAKY AUDIO™. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a review on iTunes, subscribe & tell a friend about the podcast! Music - provided by audionatix.com…
 
Benny & Surenny is broadcast to millions of Game of Thrones viewers, the boys cover one of their favourite political speeches for the new Triple X segment, Like a Similar Thing But Not Quite That Other Thing", plus some more listener calls. Feat. Cameron James, Bec Charlwood, Sam Campbell (and cameo's from Tim Hewitt, Bea Barbeau-Scurla)…
 
Never before heard footage from the Einstein archives. Chats with Michel from Michel's Patisserie and the nurse who delivered the Royal Baby. Plus the weather report with Triple X's new weather report robot. Feat. Tim Hewitt, Aaron Gocs, Connor Van VuurenBy Suren Jayemanne
 
Benny & Surenny are back after some time away from the studio. Benny laid up on a cruise and Surenny laid up on the operating table. Sam from the Wiggles calls up to clear up the current controversy surrounding diddling. Plus a new segment and more millenial news. Featuring David Woodhead, Bea Barbeau-Scurla, Sam Taunton and bad language.…
 
The fourth installment of the apparently ongoing series of interviews with my father, collectively entitled "American Cynic." In this episode, my father and I review an array of unpleasant encounters: with law enforcement officers; on the basketball court; and with mysterious, vehicle-napping Manhattan "Marshals." Also, the 'best' films of all time…
 
Benny & Surenny inject Jordan B Peterson's 12 Rules for Life with some of their own wisdom. Jordan B Peterson isn't available for a chat, though he definitely wanted to B, so Benny & Surenny chat to his daughter. Also, they make a broadcasting dream come true for Jeff. Feat. Fran Middleton, Lauren Bonner & Joe Shaffer…
 
Benny & Surenny take a call(s) from Louise from Hurstville. An amazing story from Essex about a boy who defied the odds, plus an aggrieved wife has just discovered her husband isn't the man he she thought he was. Can you guess this week's SNEAKY AUDIO? Call in for your chance to win a copy of Tripe X. Ft. Sian Smyth, Emma Zammit, Aaron Chen…
 
Benny and Surenny talk to hot shot US lawyer, William Melville about his plans to put MJ on the stand. Plus an exclusive chat with Netflix heartthrob, Ted Bundy. Ft. Luke Joseph Ryan, Tom Cashman, Sam Campbell and Paul Williams Music provided by Nicolai Heidlas and Alvaro AngeloroBy Suren Jayemanne
 
Benny & Surenny find out all the celeb goss from their man on the inside. It's quality stuff. Don't be fooled, those breakfast punks, Kocho and the Jayman might talk the talk, but we all know celeb goss > Shaloub goss! Feat Dan Rath, Dilruk Jayasina and Seamus Mcalary Kocho and the Jayman Promo Music - "Cockpit" by Silent Partner…
 
Triple X are counting down the hottest 100 times Benny & Surenny didn't realise George the intern left the mics on, accidentally or otherwise... and the Nightshift crew become better acquainted with the Triple X traffic reporter, Nicholas. Feat. Alex Ward, Dan Rath, Nick Capper Music from www.audionautix.com & Wayne Jones (Audio Library) Please rat…
 
Benny & Surenny love sport. They f*cken love sport. No, it's not just an act they put on to seem more macho around Bridge Club. What a treat it is for the boys then to take a call from Triple X and sports broadcasting royalty, Big Hewy. Doreen calls in to vent frustration at what is considered "news" in this day and age. The suits' push for more po…
 
It's a new year and the suits are demanding a shake up for the Benny & Surenny show. Triple X Exec, ALAN "Triple X" RUMLEDGE joins Benny & Surenny in the studio, bringing along some ideas to hit a new demographic: Prank Calls & Popular Music. Also Jeremy calls in to tell Benny & Surenny they're too loud! Feat. Sam Campbell, Alan Rutledge, Aaron Che…
 
Benny & Surenny chat to Daniel Shru about the dangers and the joys, the ups and the downs of escalators. In an absolute scoop, Benny & Surenny track down the lady who married and then divorced a 300 year old pirate ghost. PLUS, Triple X launches it's Sneaky Audio Sound of Secret competition. Guess the sound of secret and win big! Feat. Bec Charlwoo…
 
Best calls from the week on the Triple X 101.1111FM Nightshift with Benny & Surenny Feat. George Pettifer, Alexei Toliopoulos, Fran MiddletonBy Suren Jayemanne
 
The best calls from the Triple X 101.1111FM Nightshift with Benny & Surenny Nov 28 Feat. Aaron ChenBy Suren Jayemanne
 
The final installment of the American Cynic series surveys life in New York City in the first half of the 20th century: Mirrors shattered by errant baseball bats, squandered investment opportunities, and a street race for the ages. Also, why nobody is funny. Subscribe on iTunes
 
About year ago, I interviewed my father about his past, specifically his experience as a soldier in the Vietnam War. This time, I ask him to survey his 76 years as a lay critic of American foreign and domestic policy. The conversation ranges wide as my father ruminates on presidential doings and misdoings over the course of a half century, and culm…
 
Journalist Michael Deibert has called several countries --if not continents-- home, and has written several books, including In the Shadow of Saint Death: The Gulf Cartel and the Price of America's Drug War in Mexico, and most recently Haiti Will Not Perish: A Recent History, which came out earlier this year. He’s had articles published in The Guar…
 
In this tragically mis-titled episode, Dance With Me, we learn a painful, unavoidable truth. The Lisa Berlinis will always wind up with Brad Gaineses, and the Winnies will always aspire to the Kirk McRays. Of course, it should have been called "I Dream of Winnie," and it includes a discussion of the harsh reality of being a adolescent longing for l…
 
In this episode, "The Phone Call," we do indeed discuss calling people on the phone, and how one of us has never liked to do it and thanked all lucky stars when texting became en vogue. Also, ruminations on Pittsburgh (not) being the center of the universe, and a summary excoriation of arts camp (from one of us.) Also, who was Budd Dwyer? If you kn…
 
In just a few short weeks the Stone Independent School will embark on our inaugural academic year. Two of the classes are my own creations: United States History through the lens of the economics of slavery; and the history of Israel/Palestine. I’m sharing my process for building these classes here as a means of documenting their development and ul…
 
This story is about pain, both mental and physical, and it’s about how these two kinds of pain are very much connected, despite our culture’s insistence that they’re not. It’s also about our unwillingness to admit that we’ve made mistakes, big mistakes, even though an admission would certainly lead to and end to suffering and the beginning of heali…
 
A discussion about The Wonder Years Season 1 Episode 4, entitled "Angel," which includes ruminations on feminism and a debate about the Cold War and putative American imperialism. Plus, Jozy applies a now oft-used moniker to describe the hated villain in this episode, Louis, the vegetarian, free-loving college student whom Kevin dreams of punching …
 
A year ago, I started this podcast, in which I interview people providing local solutions to systemic problems. My wife Jamie Beth, who has known me for nearly two decades, sees me as an introvert. So, to her, this has always seemed like a strange project to take on. In this episode, she asks me why I did. Music by Sea Ray. Jamie Beth, writer…
 
I began my conversation with Christina Hartman as I always do, by telling the origin story of What We Will Abide, which involves seeing the world through despairing eyes. I was certainly surprised when she countered with a parallel story of her own that has played out along a similar timeline. Unlike hers, my story did not culminate in a stirring r…
 
The phenomenon of the unknowable father is a prevalent theme, especially from the generation we grew up in, and several before it. What’s behind that stony face? What lies beneath that roiling surface, always on the verge of eruption? Do you really want to know? Wonder With Us as we look at Season 1, Episode 3 of the Wonder Years: My Father’s Offic…
 
Mahfuz Meherzad is the president of the United Islamic Association of Lancaster County and is an adjunct Political Science professor at Chestnut Hill College and Millersville University. Prof. Meherzad and I took part in a panel discussion back in May in which five representatives of different religious backgrounds attempted to answer the question,…
 
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