Best envelope podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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The only psychiatrist in New Britain, Connecticut, collected 124 local stories of suicide from 1941 to 1948. Fifty years later, his grandson discovered them, studied them and researched the people in those stories, how they lived and what they left behind. These are stories of the human struggles of forgotten people, and together they create a social history of the city and a fractured snapshot of a world at war. Sound and music by Wilson Vediner and Courtney Sheedy (both of the bands Months ...
 
For over 50 years, Backstage has been the most trusted place for actors to find jobs and career advice, and for casting professionals to find the right performers for their projects. In the Envelope, Backstage’s podcast, features interviews with award-winning actors and other creatives. Join host Jack Smart for a front row seat to the industry’s biggest awards races.
 
All content is absolutely free!!! Everything Building Envelope is a dedicated video and podcast forum for understanding the building envelope. Our video series is a collection of 4 to 5 minute videos that touch on various topics related to water infiltration, litigation and construction methods related to the building envelope. Our podcast series discusses current trends and issues that contractors, developers and building owners have to deal with related to pre and post construction.
 
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Pushing the Envelope
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Pushing the Envelope is a weekly show where your host Chuck Gumbert discusses the key elements of business success that will help you push the performance boundaries of your business, and accelerate it to brand new heights. Chuck Gumbert is an ex-Navy F14 Tomcat fighter pilot, nationally recognized business leader, entrepreneur, author, mentor and speaker. Chuck is also the CEO/Founder of the Tomcat Group. Known as the Turnaround Specialist, Chuck assists small & medium sized business leader ...
 
Envelope Structure is a promotion, distribution, pressing and mastering company. Now, it opens this new podcast channel to bring you high quality techno dj sets and lives from the Envelope Structure's artist catalogue.
 
A mystery and adventure story for girls set in Alaska.
 
We put too many F's in Funny
 
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Pushing the Envelope
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Adam Png, Nik Lust, Trent Scott, and Dan Kiener investigate and discuss the great analog synthesizers of the twentieth century... over drinks.
 
Music Decidedly Left of Center
 
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Welcome to Part 2 of this week’s show. This week Super Time Computer Al heeds the call of an iTunes reviewer and sends our host to the far off year of 2018 to discover if The Shape of Water really was a “dumb movie” (reviewer’s words not ours). Armed with their wit and a scientifically sound 5-finger rating system, Jeff and Cory go over the nom ...…
 
This week Super Time Computer Al gives our hosts a request from an iTunes review that takes them way back to the year that hasn’t ended yet. That’s right Jeff and Cory explore the 2018 Best Picture nominees. Along the way Cory discovers that Disney owned properties make up the bulk of the top box office of this year. Jeff reveals why he’s bored ...…
 
Rocky vs. Network vs. All the President’s Men In Part 2 of this week’s show, our hosts run the Best Picture nominees and alternates from 1977 through their patented 5- finger metric. Does Sylvester Stallone’s every-man sports film have the stamina to hold onto its Oscar? Will time prove another film was more worthy? Has anyone one actually seen ...…
 
This week Super Time Computer Al sends our host to a year when the worst blizzard in U.S. history hit Buffalo, the world lost a king on his throne, and the nation celebrated a second 100 years of being great…again. Jeff and Cory dig deep into a list of movies created before their births to discuss Best Picture of the 1977 Academy Awards. Cory e ...…
 
Good Will Hunting vs. Boogie Nights vs. Chasing Amy In Part 2 of this week’s episode our hosts get right to rating the Nominees for 1998’s Best Original Screenplay. They also include a ton of alternate nominees like Chasing Amy, The Game, The Fifth Element, and more. Equipped with an updated rating metric for screenwriting and the rest of Jeff’ ...…
 
This week our Super Time Computer Al is back and sends our hosts to a year when the world lost a princess, a rap Icon, a saint, and a piece of Evander Holyfield’s ear. 1997 was the Year Titanic broke all cinema records and cemented its place in modern pop culture and also gave us Bat-nipples. Cory’s anniversary pushes the recording session to t ...…
 
With Al in the computer hospital, we invite our friend and entertainment expert Vanessa to guest host with us. This week Jeff shakes up our format and suggests a top 10 list. Inspired by the great soundtrack to late Burt Reynolds classic, Boogie Nights, we explore the best original songs from some of the worst films. These are the songs that be ...…
 
Tommy Lee Jones vs. Leonardo DiCaprio vs. Val Kilmer This week Super Time Computer Al switches it up and changes the category for the first time and sends our hosts to a year when Bill Clinton became president, grunge music swept the nation, Leonardo DiCaprio loses his first Oscar, Hollywood lost a young star, and The Academy actually gave the ...…
 
Jimmy Farach – President of FAPIA About Jimmy Farach of FAPIA What are some of the differences you see between the 0/4 0/5 hurricanes and Irma related to the way the claims process is going? What types of damages are you seeing from Irma vs the storms of the 04 and 05 seasons? Do you feel the involvement of a claim advocate such as yourself mak ...…
 
American Beauty vs. The Sixth Sense vs. Fight Club This week Super Time Computer Al sends our hosts to a year when there was an impeachment of a President, a school shooting rocked the country, and a viral web campaign was passing off fiction as truth. Clearly so much has changed since 1999. Along the way Jeff and Cory discuss one of the most i ...…
 
Crash v Brokeback Mountain v Good Night, and Good Luck This week Al takes our hosts to a time when Vice Presidents were shooting people in the face, Michael Jackson was found to have not touched those kids, and Crash became the least decorated Academy movie since Rocky to win Best Picture. That’s right, 2005-2006. Cory finds the perfect on scre ...…
 
First a viral hit in a college “Harry Potter” parody musical, then a breakout triple threat on “Glee” and Broadway, and now Emmy-nominated for playing an assassin, Darren Criss is one of today’s most charismatic and versatile storytellers. Playing the lead role of 1990s spree killer Andrew Cunanan in “The Assassination of Gianni Versace,” the s ...…
 
Ron Cephas Jones is proof that success in the entertainment biz, with patience, perseverance, and passion, can be achieved at age 60. After years of studying acting and jazz, scraping by with odd jobs in New York and Los Angeles, and balancing both fatherhood and downtown theater artistry, Ron is now Emmy-nominated a second time for NBC’s Dan F ...…
 
Raised by actors and inspired by theater of the absurd at Fordham University in New York, Betty Gilpin is a performer full of surprises on both stage and screen. Her self-professed “gravitas Barbie clown” instincts are on full display in Debbie Eagan aka Liberty Belle, her character on Netflix’s 1980s female wrestling hit “GLOW,” a role that ha ...…
 
Tracee Ellis Ross is a vocal advocate for equality and representation in Hollywood, a three-time Primetime Emmy Award nominee for leading actress in a comedy series, and a role model who positively radiates inspiration. All combined, she makes an ideal guest on a podcast featuring awards contenders giving both life and career advice. She joins ...…
 
Driving Miss Daisy vs. Glory Hosts Jeff and Cory analyze the 1990 Academy Award nominees for Best Picure and decide if Driving Miss Daisy should have beat fellow nominees, Dead Poets Society, Field of Dreams, Born on the Fourth of July, and My Left Foot. And…why were Glory and Do the Right Thing, snubbed.…
 
Forrest Gump vs. Pulp Fiction vs. The Shawshank Redemption This week, in the inaugural episode, our hosts debate the 1995 Best picture nominees. Along the way they find out how Bruce Willis really made his money in the 90s, discover how easy it is to chisel your way out of prison, appreciate the boom of 90s writer/directors, and we hate wedding ...…
 
Chances are you know the final guest of this season of the podcast as the hilarious Jack McFarland on NBC’s hit sitcom “Will & Grace.” The beloved character not only earned Sean Hayes an Emmy and four SAG Awards, it put an out gay man on network TV, making inroads for LGBT media representation. After almost a decade off the air, “Will & Grace” ...…
 
Niecy Nash loves Backstage, and the feeling is mutual. With her background in theater and her years of pounding the pavement to carve a place for herself in Hollywood, the multi-hyphenate talent has all the audition advice an aspiring actor could ever need. Known for her hilarity on “Reno 911!” and “Scream Queens,” her Emmy-winning hosting gig ...…
 
You can’t pigeonhole Cristin Milioti as a performer—she’s made sure of it. Proving she can do everything from earning a Tony nomination for Broadway’s “Once” to taking on the title role in “How I Met Your Mother,” the actor-writer-musician has plenty of advice for artists trying to reconcile passion with what the industry requires. Now, after m ...…
 
Star of “Carlos,” “Zero Dark Thirty,” “Hands of Stone,” and more, Emmy and Golden Globe nominee Edgar Ramirez has worked as an activist and political journalist, both in his native Venezuela and abroad. This season on the small screen he starred in “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story,” Ryan Murphy’s latest FX miniseries e ...…
 
Thanks to her analytical approach to acting, Hayley Atwell inhabits characters brilliantly on both stage and screen. Training as a performer in her native London before breaking into Hollywood as Peggy Carter in Marvel’s “Captain America: The First Avenger,” she’s worked with some of the best, in “Brideshead Revisited,” “The Duchess,” “Black Mi ...…
 
Evan Rachel Wood began working in theater before becoming a child star on screen, with a Golden Globe-nominated breakout in “Thirteen.” Starring in films ranging from “Across the Universe” to “The Wrestler,” and TV series including “Mildred Pierce,” Evan has now taken the lead in Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy’s hit sci-fi-western-thriller “Westwo ...…
 
At only age 13, Noah Schnapp has already voiced Charlie Brown in “The Peanuts Movie,” worked with Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg on “Bridge of Spies,” and, of course, starred in one of today’s biggest pop culture phenomenons: Netflix’s “Stranger Things.” Season 2 of the Duffer brothers’ supernatural ’80s thriller featured Noah’s haunted Will By ...…
 
Although well-known in the Broadway community for years of stage work—recently as Aaron Burr in “Hamilton” and for his Tony-nominated performances in “The Color Purple” and “Shuffle Along”—Brandon Victor Dixon became a breakout star in front of a much larger audience this Easter as Judas in Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s “Jesus Christ Super ...…
 
Pamela Adlon is an actor, producer, director, and screenwriter, and on her autobiographically inspired FX series “Better Things,” she does all that things and more, last year picking up the Emmy nomination for leading actress in a comedy. Known also for her work in “Californication,” Pamela is a six-time Emmy nominee and one-time winner for voi ...…
 
One of the most beloved presences on and off the small screen for almost 50 years, Henry Winkler is a director, producer, and bestselling author as much as he is a performer. After achieving ubiquity thanks to “Happy Days,” where he for years he played “The Fonz,” the coolest guy on TV, Winkler had to reinvent himself, working hard to identify ...…
 
Gina Rodriguez is an actor, producer, and director, best known for her astonishing work as the titular role in The CW’s “Jane the Virgin.” Jennie Snyder Urman’s telenovela-inspired romantic roller coaster, one of today’s only series featuring a Latina lead, won Rodriguez a Golden Globe Award for best actress in a TV comedy. She’s also known for ...…
 
DeWanda Wise plays the singular Nola Darling in the Netflix hit “She’s Gotta Have It,” adapted for episodic TV by the one and only Spike Lee, whose 1986 film about this sexually woke Brooklynite artist put him on the map as a filmmaker. But Wise, whose approach to art combines studiousness with something more spiritual, wasn’t intimidated durin ...…
 
Kicking off our season of Emmy Award contenders are the leads of network TV’s biggest drama: Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia! When they first auditioned for Dan Fogelman’s “This Is Us,” neither could have predicted that the series would have millions reaching for their tissue boxes weekly. Two heart-tugging seasons in as Rebecca and Jack Pears ...…
 
Denise Gough is one of the most exciting up-and-comers working on London and New York stages today. After a sensational breakout performance in Duncan MacMillan’s “People, Places & Things,” the Irish actress booked the role of Harper in the National Theatre’s timely revival of Tony Kushner’s “Angels in America” directed by Marianne Elliott. She ...…
 
Star of the Tony-nominated Broadway revival of “Once on This Island” and emerging LGBTQ pop icon Alex Newell joins Backstage to discuss music and acting, longevity and survival, and gratitude and humility. Newell got his start with a video audition for “The Glee Project,” winding up with both a recording contract and a recurring role on Ryan Mu ...…
 
Tony Awards season is upon us! Theater’s highest honors will be handed out June 10, so Backstage has invited onto the podcast some of this Broadway season’s most exciting performers. Up first is Lindsay Mendez, Tony-nominated for her irresistible Carrie Pipperidge in the current revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Carousel” directed by Jack O ...…
 
Greetings! PTE's radio presence continues for it's 28th year, airing on Saturday mornings from 10am – 1pm EST on WHUS / Storrs, CT (http://www.whus.org/listen-live). PTE and CT Summerfest are pleased to bring you a new series of interviews with the CT Summerfest ensembles-in residence and composer faculty. Enjoy! Joel CT SUMMERFEST is a weeklon ...…
 
Jason Bondurant – GCI Consultants Strategic Projects Water Testing Methods Hurricane Recovery Water Penetration in Buildings Results & Solutions Consultants versus Contractors Elimination of Problems http://media.blubrry.com/everything_building_envelope/www.everythingbuildingenvelope.com/gci/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Episode-41-Chris-and-Jason ...…
 
Paul Gary, ESQ – The Gary Law Group About The Firm Notice of Defect & What to do Florida 558 Notices Opportunity to Cure – Right of Repair Documentation needed to avoid insurance issues Product Warranties & Importance Water Leakage Defects & Contractor Inspections http://media.blubrry.com/everything_building_envelope/www.everythingbuildingenvel ...…
 
Derek Segal – GCI Consultants, LLC Roof Consulting Hurricane Preparation Vendor Relationships Investigations Maintenance Warranty & Insurance http://media.blubrry.com/everything_building_envelope/www.everythingbuildingenvelope.com/gci/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Episode-39-Chris-and-Derek-Roofing.mp3 About The Everything Building Envelope Podcas ...…
 
Few actors’ résumés offer as much variety as Willem Dafoe, an on-screen presence who seems unclassifiable—it’s simply not enough to dub him “chameleonic” or “versatile.” Just look at his three Academy Award nominations, a triptych of deeply felt acting: 1986’s “Platoon,” 2000’s “Shadow of a Vampire,” and now this year’s “The Florida Project” fr ...…
 
Betty Gabriel is the brilliant star of Universal Pictures’ “Get Out,” the comedy-horror-satire hit from the now Academy Award-nominee Jordan Peele. As the mysterious maid Georgina, she blew audiences away with one particularly disturbing scene involving her repeating the word “no”—and established for the former delivery worker her big break as ...…
 
Although you are likely aware of Gary Oldman, you may not appreciate his astonishing range. His habit of disappearing completely into onscreen roles is evident in everything from the “Harry Potter” and “Dark Knight” film franchises, to his Oscar-nominated performance in “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy,” to villainous turns in “Léon: The Professional ...…
 
Before last summer, Kumail Nanjiani was best known as the hilarious Dinesh on HBO’s “Silicon Valley.” But then his autobiographical comedy feature, Amazon’s “The Big Sick,” became a commercial and critical smash. Co-written alongside his wife Emily Gordon and retelling the story of her medically induced coma amid their early courtship, “The Big ...…
 
In addition to being one of the industry’s most powerful and prolific actors, Patrick Stewart has a voice of pure gold. Listen to the Olivier-, Emmy-, Golden Globe-, and SAG Award-nominated knight, best known for “Star Trek: The Next Generation” and the “X-Men” film franchise—including last year’s 20th Century Fox awards contender “Logan”—chat ...…
 
Donald Kipnis – Development Service Solutions, LLC Broken by design Benefits to professional owner/Association representation and project management Replacing a contractor Bidding versus Best Value – is low bid the lowest cost??? Contractor Insurance & bonding http://media.blubrry.com/everything_building_envelope/www.everythingbuildingenvelope. ...…
 
Brian Neumann – Neumann Sloat Arnold Architects About Brian Building Envelope Architecture Materials Used New Technologies Building Systems http://media.blubrry.com/everything_building_envelope/www.everythingbuildingenvelope.com/gci/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Episode-37-Neumann-Sloat-Arnold-Architects.mp3 About The Everything Building Envelope ...…
 
All of Tatiana Maslany’s creativity comes from leaning into the unlikeliest or most challenging of circumstances and simply responding, “Yes.” The 2016 Emmy winner for BBC America’s sci-fi thriller “Orphan Black,” in which she portrays around a dozen different clones, often acting and reacting opposite herself, rises to every challenge by turni ...…
 
Whether you know James Franco from his comedic collaborations with Seth Rogen and Judd Apatow, his Oscar-nominated work in “127 Hours,” or even his poems and paintings, chances are your impression is only a piece of the overall puzzle of his artistry. The multi-hyphenate has zipped from Broadway to the director’s chair to the classroom, and it ...…
 
For some, the acting profession is a calling that can’t be avoided. Keala Settle, beloved Broadway star of “Waitress,” “Les Misérables,” and her Tony Award-nominated “Hands on a Hardbody,” is one such performer; ever since a fortuitous road trip to a “Hairspray” tour’s open call, her stunning voice and magnetic presence have illuminated a serie ...…
 
Alain Lok – Kryton International Inc. About Kryton International Krystol Technology Krystol Internal Membrane Crystalline Admixture Waterproofing Concrete Membrane Systems Warranties Product Explanations http://media.blubrry.com/everything_building_envelope/www.everythingbuildingenvelope.com/gci/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Episode-36-Kryton.mp3 ...…
 
There’s a reason Allison Janney has more acting statuettes than she knows what to do with. The seven-time Emmy winner—for “The West Wing,” “Masters of Sex,” and CBS’ current hit comedy “Mom”—possesses a natural intelligence, curiosity, and wicked sense of humor that have lent themselves to a staggering variety of stage and screen roles. Her ast ...…
 
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