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A wealthy philanthropist adopts an abandoned baby he finds in a railway station waiting room. The child grows into a fine, upstanding young man. When his benefactor dies, he is made the guardian of the old man's lovely young daughter. But unknown to everyone, he leads a double life that even his best friend knows nothing about... If you thought that this has all the makings of a most sinister and diabolical plot, you couldn't be more mistaken. The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde i ...
 
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Sophomore Lit
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A podcast about your 10th grade reading list, hosted by John McCoy.
 
Every podcast posted on The Incomparable network.
 
I am a certified life coach, born and raised in the Bronx. I have spent the last thirteen years as a certified life coach, helping hundreds of people find direction and giving them that extra push to help them move forward to achieve their goals! I love being the helping voice providing direction when people need it the most. I decided to launch the Pushy Broad from the Bronx to assist people in finding clarity through earnest talks and honest moments of self-reflection. My mission as your P ...
 
This is a solo recording of the play, meaning that all parts including stage directions are performed by one person. LibriVox has three excellent dramatic recordings with all the parts played by different people so if that is more to your taste, please listen to them. Little needs to be said about the play itself, a sparkling example of Wilde's amazing ability to poke fun at almost everyone while making you laugh out loud at the witty sayings sprinkled throughout the acts. As to the plot, if ...
 
An unscripted conversation about theatre's best scripts with theatre-philes Jackson Nickolay and Jacob Mann Christiansen
 
Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest is subtitled "A Trivial Comedy for Serious People," and has proved immensely popular since its first performance in 1895. The play certainly has its farcical and comic elements, such as the witty banter exchanged by the characters and the flippant attitude towards love and marriage that characterizes the action. However, the play also explores more serious themes through the central story of Jack Worthing's search for his identity. (Summary by El ...
 
The Importance of Being Earnest is a classic comedy of manners in which two flippant young men, in order to impress their respected beloveds, pretend that their names are “Ernest,” which both young ladies believe confers magical qualities on the possessor. It was first performed for the public on February 14, 1895 at the St. James’ Theatre in London, and is regarded by many critics and scholars as being the wittiest play in the English language. (Summary from Wikipedia.org)Characters:John Wo ...
 
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Criterion Creeps
Weekly
 
Welcome to the Criterion Creeps podcast. A podcast hosted by Jarrett Duncan and RJ Balog where they talk about the Criterion Collection spine by spine in order of release every Wednesday.
 
A podcast of theater reviews by Richard Wolinsky that air on KPFA’s Up Front, Arts-Waves and Talkies programs, plus additional unaired reviews by Richard Wolinsky and C.S. Soong. Also: interviews with Bay Area artistic directors, as well as performers, playwrights, directors and others in the local theatrical industry. Review air dates can be found: http://bookwaves.homestead.com/Theatre_Reviews.html
 
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Uptown Church
Weekly
 
Weekly ministry of the Word from Uptown Church, PCA in Uptown Charlotte, NC.
 
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The Cubist Podcast
Weekly+
 
A live streamed weekly show discussing various aspects of the modern tabletop gaming hobby.
 
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Geeks On Drama
Rare
 
 
Inspiring, Faith Building messages from Claude Fingleton (Senior Pastor of Cathedral of Praise, Rockhampton) and his key team. Be sure to subscribe to our Podcast to receive and download latest teaching as they become available.
 
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Wyvern Theatre
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The Wyvern Theatre, Swindon, has 635 seats and every seat is designed to be no further than 70ft from the stage. The venue offers a mixed programme of concerts, comedy, dance, drama, musical theatre and local amateur productions.The Wyvern Theatre has a vibrant team of 30 staff members and an additional 30 front of house members.
 
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More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Oscar Wilde.
 
The truth is rarely pure and never simple. However, podcasts are both. Ollie Brady discusses Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest (1895). Host John McCoy with Ollie BradyBy Sophomore Lit.
 
The truth is rarely pure and never simple. However, podcasts are both. Ollie Brady discusses Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest (1895). Host John McCoy with Ollie Brady Support this show and other shows like it on The Incomparable network by becoming a member. Members get early access to podcasts, bonus episodes, and more.…
 
Mohammad Shehata, in conversation with KPFA associate theater critic C.S. Soong. Mohammad Shehata [1] plays the role of Jack in Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest,” now at the Aurora Theatre in Berkeley through May 19. In Wilde’s comic jewel, the superficial preoccupations of Victorian society are skewered as an elaborate farce play ...…
 
This week on "No Script," Jackson and Jacob discuss one of theatre's classic comedies - "The Importance of Being Earnest." This 1895 play by Oscar Wilde has earned a place as one of the most produced plays in the English language. But is it still funny? Listen in to hear what J&J think. ------------------------------ Please consider supporting ...…
 
Please, The Fourth Wall is my father, call me Fourth. Host Joe Rosensteel and Dan Sturm Referenced Works Doom Show Notes & Links Doom (2005) - IMDb Doom (film) - WikipediaBy Defocused.
 
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It’s time once again for our Book Club to tackle the six novels that made it to the Science Fiction Writers Association’s shortlist, the nominees for the Nebula Awards. All four of us read all six nominees and we discuss their merits (and occasionally demerits). The concept of being a Reverse Nemesis With a Twist is introduced. If you’re lookin ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Oscar Wilde.
 
In a departure from our usual format, Kathy Campbell, who has never watched an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, comes on to discuss the series pilot, Caretaker. Kathy and Jean were the hosts of SestraCast, the Orphan Black watch/rewatch podcast. Kathy was new to the Orphan Black series, Jean had watched it multiple times and they had a lot of fun ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy Oscar Wilde.
 
You’ve got that right, this is Thursday and we’re energetic and refreshed! Tim reviews “Fleabag” season 2, “Line of Duty” season 5, and we discuss the ending of “Veep” and the impending end of “Game of Thrones.” Plus Disney buys out Comcast and takes full control of Hulu, and Tim goes down his 14 top TV comedies right now. Host Tim Goodman and ...…
 
Quinn talks about school closings, civil responsibility, and Eve Ewing’s sociology book “Ghosts in the Schoolyard.” Host Quinn Rose Referenced Works Ghosts in the Schoolyard: Racism and School Closings on Chicago's South Side [Amazon] Show Notes & LinksBy Recently Read.
 
After Tiff and Mikah infiltrate Utica, the two discuss “Branch Wars.” This episode of “The Office” aired on November 1, 2007. Host Tiffany Arment and Mikah Sargent Referenced Works The Office (U.S.) Show Notes & Links The Office - S4E6 “Branch Wars” | IMDb The Office - S4E6 “Branch Wars” | Dunderpedia Yanik Magnan's Dundie | Twitter…
 
In our 147th episode we're talking spines #167-169 in the Criterion Collection: D.A. Pennebaker's THE COMPLETE MONTEREY POP FESTIVAL from 1968. First RJ talks about WILDLIFE, THE SISTERS BROTHERS, and UNDER THE SILVER LAKE, then Jarrett talks about the short THE HEDGEHOG, and the documentary GIUSEPPE MAKES A MOVIE.Podcast's intro song 'Here Com ...…
 
At last, the penultimate season of Arrow draws to a close. The city is saved…but what of the multiverse? We discuss why this season finale feels more like a series finale, housing prices in neighborhoods full of ex-spies, original Team Arrow moments, and the importance of having sentient bullets if you want to solve the gun violence problem. Al ...…
 
We discuss: Lena & Kara learning things in Kasnia, while Kara makes incomprehensible decisions. Alex & Kelley bonding while Alex is still not doing her job; Lockwood losing it, and being a really sucky dad; Wait… this is ALSO not an episode about Eve. Sponsored by the Supergirl Supercar! Edited by Seth Heasley Host Trish Matson with David Schau ...…
 
Our mini-season of Eglath’s Angels continues with a series of curious decisions. Flesh golems? No thank you! Creepy room full of suspended colored orbs? Yes please! And why do a dumb thing once when you can do it twice? Host Scott McNulty with Erika Ensign, Aleen Simms, Tony Sindelar, Dan Moren, Steve Lutz and Jason Snell Show Notes & Links Edi ...…
 
A couple dozen more viewings and you’re going to love it. Host Joe Rosensteel and Dan Sturm Referenced Works The Blues Brothers Show Notes & Links The Blues Brothers (1980) - IMDb The Blues Brothers (film) - Wikipedia Making Blues Brothers With John Belushi and Dan Akroyd—“We Had a Budget for Cocaine” | Vanity Fair…
 
The title is shocking. The characters wild and unpredictable. But Stephen Adly Guirgis' play "The Motherf*cker with the Hat" is something like . . . a romantic comedy? This week on No Script, Jackson and Jacob discuss this foulmouthed play and all its tender, hilarious genius. ------------------------------ Please consider supporting us on Patr ...…
 
So it’s come to this, the climactic penultimate episode of “Game of Thrones.” Jason and Brian both enjoyed the spectacle while having some pretty serious thoughts about the character decisions the show is suddenly making. Jason has a not-so-wild theory about how the show will end. Brian climbs on top of a mountain of rubble and declares it his ...…
 
Time to boldly go back to the earliest days of the Star Trek canon with our review of the second season of “Star Trek: Discovery”, which mixed in some Doctor Who and Star Wars sensibilities with varying results. We praise the characters, shrug at some of the mystifying plot points, and are left pondering where the series and the franchise go ne ...…
 
Highlights: America’s obsessions with orphans, Charles Dickens, curly hair, universal optimism, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Annie’s girl gang, dog hot takes, borrowing children, scam culture. Host Quinn Rose with Abby Erdmann Referenced Works Annie [Amazon] Show Notes & Links More about the weirdness that is Annie Listen us us talk about high sc ...…
 
Highlights: America’s obsessions with orphans, Charles Dickens, curly hair, universal optimism, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Annie’s girl gang, dog hot takes, borrowing children, scam culture. Host Quinn Rose with Abby Erdmann Referenced Works Annie [Amazon] Show Notes & Links More about the weirdness that is Annie Listen us us talk about high sc ...…
 
Erika and Steven finish off the second-last story of season 7. Title significance is achieved! Reegan is awesome! The Brig kicks ass! Erika is appalled that S7 is so close to over! Host Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky Referenced Works Doctor Who [Amazon] Show Notes & LinksBy Lazy Doctor Who.
 
This week Tim watches “Fosse/Verdon” and George Clooney’s new Hulu miniseries adaptation of “Catch-22.” Then we dive into talk about cord cutting, because the time has come for everyone with decent Internet access to plan their departure from traditional TV and embrace the stream. Host Tim Goodman and Jason Snell Show Notes & Links Tim watches ...…
 
After narrowly escaping Second Life, Tiff and Mikah have a nice chat about “Local Ad.” This episode of “The Office” aired on October 25, 2007. Host Tiffany Arment and Mikah Sargent Referenced Works The Office (U.S.) Show Notes & Links The Office - S4E5 “Local Ad” | IMDb The Office - S4E5 “Local Ad” | Dunderpedia Dundies for Mike Martin and @the ...…
 
In our 146th episode we're talking spine #166 in the Criterion Collection: Jim Jarmusch's DOWN BY LAW from 1986. First RJ talks about LOSER (???), THE GIANT MECHANICAL MAN, THE NEST, then Jarrett talks about THE HEAD HUNTER, JOYSTICKS, MEATBALLS, and BLACK METAL VEINS.Podcast's intro song 'Here Come the Creeps' by Ugly Cry Club. You can check o ...…
 
It’s time once again to play TL;DR, the game of hasty summaries and reckless connections where two teams battle against the clock, each other, and a sometimes surprising paucity of pop culture knowledge. Will anyone ever get those elusive bonus points? The answer will shock you! Host Antony Johnston with Aleen Simms, Brian Hamilton, Tony Sindel ...…
 
Another week, another fan favorite character returns, and we here on the Speedy Arrowcast are psyched for this penultimate entry in the penultimate season. We discuss the importance of tripping balls at least once a season or so, how parkour can save lives, why sometimes it takes a ghost to convince you not to kill people, and why we avoided tu ...…
 
Steven and Erika care so much about Doctor Who that they neglect a game 7 NHL playoff game (until it goes into OT). Liz is awesome; her hat is not. The Doctor is awesome; his clipboard is not. Host Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky.By Lazy Doctor Who.
 
Eglath’s Angels return! Your original crew of TPK knuckleheads is back, but they’re not on Athas anymore. In this special mini-season, they’ve been swept onto a different plane, where they’ll play in a classic D&D module! But first, Carlos attacks a tree. Host Scott McNulty with Dan Moren, Tony Sindelar, Erika Ensign, Jason Snell, Steve Lutz an ...…
 
[caption id="attachment_312612" align="alignleft" width="261"] Annette O'Toole & Richard Wolinsky.[/caption] Annette O'Toole, lead performer in the Berkeley Rep production, "The Good Book," written by Denis O'Hare and Lisa Peterson, and directed by Lisa Peterson, in conversation with host Richard Wolinsky. Annette O’Toole has had a long career ...…
 
This episode is a republished episode due to being a popular post. Hi, I’m Ellen Stewart, and I’m the Pushy Broad From The Bronx. You may be wondering why I decided to name my podcast this. Well, I was born and raised in the Bronx, and spent over 30 years living there. I’ve learned to speak my mind, and consider myself Bronx tough. Thus, Pushy ...…
 
Panelists bicker over biccies in our inaugural episode. Both America and the UK have biscuits and cookies, but they aren’t the same thing. Except sometimes they are. Sometimes it’s even settled legally and taxed accordingly! Thanks to the literally incomparable Chris Breen for the show’s theme music. Host Glenn Fleishman with Antony Johnston, D ...…
 
Episode 50 has arrived. For this momentous occasion, Jackson and Jacob celebrate the world's most famous playwright: William Shakespeare. Together, they dive into the dastardly plans of Shakespeare's mad tyrant. In "Richard III," Shakespeare asks his audience to consider a man who is both the play's protagonist . . . and its villain. ---------- ...…
 
We’ll see you at the Carl’s Jr./Green Burrito/KFC/Taco Bell. Host John Siracusa and Jason Snell.By Robot or Not?.
 
This week we join the surviving characters to pause to honor a colleague and friend who has fallen on the road to the final episode—and along the way we send some strong words out to the Internet’s own horde of zombie trolls. Then we turn to the episode at hand, as the dead are burned, questions of what makes a good leader are debated, feelings ...…
 
We discuss: James and Kelly overcoming childhood trauma. Nia picking up the cape but NOT dreaming. Kara being awesome being Kara. Lockwood family woes. Lena hitting bottom. Alex not doing her job, but hanging out with Kelley. J’onn hiding on Mars while directing this great episode. Edited by Deanna Chapman. Host Trish Matson with Deanna Chapman ...…
 
Part Two of our team coverage of “Avengers: Endgame!” Chip Sudderth assembles more of our Incomparable regulars and newer voices for a different angle on the movie—weaponized nostalgia, timey-wimey nonsense, delightful surprises and sour notes, and what this movie means for the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Host Chip Sudderth with Da ...…
 
This week, James Dempsey, programmer, podcaster, and band leader, joins Jean to talk about the EMH aka The Doctor. The Doctor’s great range of personality traits, brought to life by the delightful Robert Picardo, make this character one of Star Trek’s most memorable. The rewatch assignment for this episode is “Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy” (S6E4), w ...…
 
Erika and Steven slowly but surely roll through this story like an oversized truck carrying a space capsule. Host Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky.By Lazy Doctor Who.
 
Highlights: what do you think musicals are, oh that’s morbid, The South, dream casting, celebrities on Broadway, vendetta against the Tony awards, Jake Gyllenhaal’s DMs, as the casting director for all productions of Parade I regret to inform you. Content warnings: discussion of anti-semitism, lynching, murder; mention of rape. Host Quinn Rose ...…
 
We’re in the endgame now. In this, the first of two episodes about “Avengers: Endgame,” we break down the plot of perhaps the biggest movie of all time. How does time travel work? How do we feel about the final destinations of beloved characters? Why does the Hulk need to take the stairs? Who is worthy of wielding the power of Thor? Also, Jason ...…
 
The impossible task “Game of Thrones” faces in trying to please its entire audience, “Barry” finds a balance, “Chernobyl” dodges the Boris and Natasha accents, HBO at the center of Warner Media’s streaming plans, and favorite TV catchphrases. Host Tim Goodman and Jason Snell.By TV Talk Machine.
 
$300,000 plus a restaurant bar in Arcadia. Host Joe Rosensteel and Dan Sturm.By Defocused.
 
Kathy is joined by two amazing women from the Lady Pod Squad this fornight: Carolyn Kiel and Diana Rojek-Skonnord. They talk about the different paths into podcasts, listening to podcasts in the same niche as theirs and also their favorite podcasts. We also have a very intense discussion about pillow positioning. Theme Music by Christopher and ...…
 
Tiff and Mikah check out the new agrotourism industry before settling in to talk about “Money.” This episode of “The Office” aired on October 18, 2007. Host Tiffany Arment and Mikah Sargent.By Somehow I Manage.
 
In our 145th episode we're talking spine #165 in the Criterion Collection: MAN BITES DOG from 1992. First RJ talks about TIM, THUNDER ROAD, BEYOND THE WALLS, AVENGERS: ENDGAME (spoilers ahoy 32:35-55:40), and both talk about SUSPIRIA and DRAGGED ACROSS CONCRETE.Podcast's intro song 'Here Come the Creeps' by Ugly Cry Club. You can check out her ...…
 
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