Best 1920s podcasts we could find (Updated February 2018)
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Cthulhu
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This show is inspired by the writings of H.P. Lovecraft and his Cthulhu Mythos. You will hear readings of his works, and horror or ghost stories by other authors. The Lovecraft "period" is primarily the 1920's and you will also hear history and music from that period. The aim is to provide anything appropriate to that time frame. However anything "Lovecraft" like or spooky is likely to appear on this show. You are invited to contribute your stories!
 
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Polymer Mambo, 1920's Hollywoodland Actress
 
The delightful ups and downs of witty ingenue, Polymer Mambo
 
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Tales of the Extraordinary
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A weekly 1920's pulp action/adventure serial. Aztecs, blimps, masked vigilantes, and monkey-fighting sodomites.
 
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The Ragged Phonograph Program with Mike Haar | WFMU
 
For the last six years, Mike "the Barber" Haar has brought the sounds of the early 20th century on his radio show, The Ragged Phonograph Program on eastvillageradio.com, to the publics ears. With the closing of EVR, Mike has found a new home at WFMU and is pleased to continue his program. Every week you'll hear the biggest pop stars from the 1890's-1930's. The hottest Ragtime & Jazz bands your feet could take and the funniest Vaudevillians throughout history. Follow his public appearances an ...
 
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FDR Fireside Chats and Speeches
 
When President Franklin D. Roosevelt took office in 1933, one in four Americans was out of work nationally, but in some cities and some industries unemployment was well over 50 percent. From the Banking crisis to until his last about War Bonds, FDR spoke
 
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The REAL HOODOO
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Hoodoo before the 1920's
 
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Nerd's Domain presents Masks of Nyarlathotep
 
This is the story of 6 investigators from the 1920's and the danger the face as the try to stop an evil plot designed to destroy the world as we know it. This a Call of Cthulhu 6th Edition role playing podcast, featuring the Masks of Nyarlathotep super adventure. Join us in our story.
 
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Tales of the Extraordinary
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A weekly 1920's pulp action/adventure serial. Aztecs, blimps, masked vigilantes, and monkey-fighting sodomites.
 
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Rapidly Rotating Records
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Glenn Robison's weekly, hour-long radio program of "toe-tapping music from rapidly rotating 78 RPM records of the 1920s and 30s" broadcast Sunday evenings at 6 on KISL 88.7 FM, Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, California.
 
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Classic Radio Drama
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Classic Dramas achieved widespread popularity within a decade of its initial development in the 1920s. By the 1940s, Drama on the radio was a leading international popular entertainment. The Radio Drama drew from the rich talent pool of Hollywood and the actors were able to bring the movie screen presence and talent to the radio.
 
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Big Band Serenade
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Big Band Serenade takes you back to the bigband era with shows of the best from the 1920s-1950s. A time when music was a part of the fabric of the American society. The radio made this music assessable to everyone. Relive each week the best Swing,Blues, Jazz, and those great singers from the golden age of music and radio. oldtimeradiodvd.com
 
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Decades of Horror The Classic Era
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The Gruesome Magazine podcast about classic horror and sci-fi films from 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s
 
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The Princess & the Frog
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The Blues Kitchen Podcast
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Hosted by Liam & Gaz, Blues Kitchen Radio is a weekly rhythm ‘n’ roots show that celebrates anything from 1920′s Delta Blues, through gritty funk & soul all the way to the hottest contemporary tunes
 
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The Talking Machine Hour
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78rpm recordings from the 1920s and 30s, played as they were intended on period phonographs.
 
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adventures of philip marlowe
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The Adventures of Philip Marlowe was a radio detective drama that aired from June 17, 1947 through September 15, 1951, first heard on NBC in the summer of 1947 starring Van Heflin. It appeared on CBS in the fall of 1948 starring Gerald Mohr. Philip Marlowe is a fictional character created by Raymond Chandler in a series of novels. The wisecracking, hard drinking, quietly contemplative, tough private eye, is from the genre of hardboiled crime fiction that originated in the 1920s.
 
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How to Analyze People on Sight Through the Science of Human Analysis: The Five Human Types by Elsie Lincoln Benedict
 
In this popular American book from the 1920s, accomplished public speaker and self-help charlatan Elsie Lincoln Benedict outlines her pseudo-scientific system of "Human Analysis". She proposes that, within the human race, five sub-types have developed through evolutionary processes, each with its own distinct character traits and corresponding outward appearance. She offers to teach the reader how to recognise these five types of people and understand their innate differences. Her ideas have ...
 
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Selected Short Stories by F. Scott Fitzgerald
 
A shy and dowdy country girl, Berenice feels socially inept beside her vivacious and sophisticated cousin, Marjorie. But Marjorie decides to groom her and when Berenice turns out better than she expected, Marjorie is delighted, till Berenice catches the eye of one of Marjorie's own faithful admirers. Will Berenice remain the timid and diffident country girl, or will her newfound success give her courage? Lois, a young girl engaged to be married, suddenly becomes unsure about the relationship ...
 
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The Big Broadcast
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The old-time radio era, sometimes referred to as the Golden Age of Radio, refers to a period of radio programming in the United States lasting from the proliferation of radio broadcasting in the early 1920s until the 1950s, when television superseded radio as the medium of choice for scripted programming and radio shifted to playing popular music.
 
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UEN SciFi Friday
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UEN SciFi Friday offers a weekly science fiction feature film from the heyday of SciFi – the 1920’s to 1970’s. Join other Utah science fiction movie fans after the film for an accompanying podcast where Utah scientists discuss topics from the movie. Watch the movie, Fridays at 9pm on UEN-TV. For more information: www.uen.org/tv.
 
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RFS: Clint Mephisto's Road Show
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Radio Free Satan’s own cowboy from hell rustles up the devil’s herd with a mic in one hand and a bottle of whiskey in the other. Join Clint as he brings you the finest in Rockabilly, Psychobilly, vintage Country spanning the 1920’s to 1960’s and other related acts. Tune in each and every week cowboys and cowgirls, because even Clint himself doesn’t know what he’s gonna say or do. Hosted by radiofreesatan.com
 
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The Blues Kitchen Podcast
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Hosted by Liam & Gaz, Blues Kitchen Radio is a weekly rhythm ‘n’ roots show that celebrates anything from 1920′s Delta Blues, through gritty funk & soul all the way to the hottest contemporary tunes
 
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The Dieselpunk Podcast - The Voice of Dieselpunk!
 
The Dieselpunk Podcast is the Voice of Dieselpunk! Celebrating the retro futurism of the 1920s through the 1950s!
 
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The Dieselpunk Podcast - The Voice of Dieselpunk!
 
The Dieselpunk Podcast is the Voice of Dieselpunk! Celebrating the retro futurism of the 1920s through the 1950s!
 
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How to Analyze People on Sight Through the Science of Human Analysis: The Five Human Types by BENEDICT, Elsie Lincoln and BENEDICT, Ralph Paine
 
In this popular American book from the 1920s, accomplished public speaker and self-help charlatan Elsie Lincoln Benedict outlines her pseudo-scientific system of "Human Analysis". She proposes that, within the human race, five sub-types have developed through evolutionary processes, each with its own distinct character traits and corresponding outward appearance. She offers to teach the reader how to recognise these five types of people and understand their innate differences. Her ideas have ...
 
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Valentin & The Widow
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A globe-trotting 1920s adventure serial about plucky English aristocrat Eleanora Rosewood, brawny Russian sailor Sacha Valentin, and a secret organisation that seeks to oppress the weak and destroy the different.
 
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Mo & Adam's Perpetual Playlist
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A weekly radio broadcast on WRLR in Lake County, IL. Each week, we pick a new theme and build a unique playlist around it, featuring great songs from a wide variety of genres, styles, and time periods. Hear our favorite tracks from the 1920s through those released 20 minutes ago. Listener picks and interaction is highly appreciated and encouraged! If all goes right, we'll have a few laughs along the way.
 
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Vintage Static
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This is a podcast set up like the radio shows back in the 1920's , when families use to gather around an listen to stories .I do all the voices for this first season (hopefully I can get a little help later on).I'm currently on hiatus working on the second season(which will be a totally new story and a new set of characters) .I hope you like what you hear I appreciate you even reading this yip yap bio blah blah . Thanks an enjoy.
 
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Matinee Playhouse
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Matinee Playhouse visits the golden age of the silver screen and presents premiere movies from the 1920's, 1930's, and 1940's. Return to the movies, those early days of cinema. Journey back when movies allowed the average person to escape into a new world each week.
 
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Matinee Classics
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Matinee Classics presents movies from the Golden Age of the Silver Screen from the 1920s-1950s. Great movies for the entire family.
 
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American Indian Fairy Tales by LARNED, William Trowbridge and SCHOOLCRAFT, Henry R.
 
With no written language, Native Americans living in the Lake Superior region passed their cultural identity down through the generations by way of stories. Far more than mere tales to amuse children, they passed along the collective wisdom of the tribes. In the 1830s, government Indian Agent and ethnologist Henry R Schoolcraft learned the language of these people and went out to collect and preserve their stories before the tribes disappeared under the westward rush of American civilization ...
 
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The Dieselpunk Podcast - The Voice of Dieselpunk!
 
The Dieselpunk Podcast is the Voice of Dieselpunk! Celebrating the retro futurism of the 1920s through the 1950s!
 
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The Middle of Things by Joseph Smith Fletcher
 
If you're in the mood for a cracking good classic murder mystery, The Middle of Things by JS Fletcher will certainly come up to expectations! Richard Viner is your average man on the street who stumbles upon a dead body in a dimly lit alley while taking his usual nightly stroll. When the police arrive, they conclude that this is a case of a robbery gone wrong, as the dead man's valuables are missing. However, as the case progresses, Viner discovers to his consternation, that the prime accuse ...
 
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The Dieselpunk Podcast - The Voice of Dieselpunk!
 
The Dieselpunk Podcast is the Voice of Dieselpunk! Celebrating the retro futurism of the 1920s through the 1950s!
 
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Anthem, Version 4 by RAND, Ayn
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Ayn Rand is best known for her classics Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead. One of her earlier works, Anthem, is a dystopian vision of a world in which “self” has been abolished and people have become nothing more than parts of a greater “collective.” Rooted in her own experiences fleeing from the communist Russia of the 1920’s, as well as the rise of fascism in Italy and National Socialism in Germany, Rand wrote Anthem as a warning to all concerned with losing personal identity in an ever ...
 
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Treasure Chest of My Bookhouse, The by VARIOUS and MILLER, Olive Beaupre
 
Full of delightful fairy tales, charming poems and engaging stories, this is the fourth volume of the "My Bookhouse" series for little ones. Originally published in the 1920's as a six volume set, these books, edited by Olive Beaupre Miller, contained the best in children's literature, stories, poems and nursery rhymes. They progressed in difficulty through the different volumes. (Summary by Maria Therese)
 
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Ulysses by James Joyce
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Banned in the United States and United Kingdom throughout the 1920s, Ulysses turned conventional ideas of the novel inside out with its bold new form, style and theme. Deeply rooted in the Greek myth of the hero of the Trojan War, Joyce bases his novel on Ulysses or Odysseus, who is doomed to voyage for ten years before returning home to Ithaca. Joyce had been deeply influenced by the Iliad and the Odyssey, which he had read from Charles Lamb's adaptations as a child. In fact, he considered ...
 
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Tom, Michael and Kieran's History Podcast
 
Hello. We're Tom, Michael and Kieran and we've put together our own history podcast for our American History studies. Recommended for A-Level students studying modern American history under any exam board. Topics discussed include US Foreign Policy in the 1920's and the Vietnam & Korean Wars. Enjoy, and visit the site to get involved. :)
 
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Intimate Talks with Movie Stars by WEITZEL, Edward
 
A collection of interviews originally published in Moving Picture World that aims to give the movie-mad public "intimate pen pictures of the stars of the screen." Weitzel interviews some of the most renowned film stars of the 1920s: Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Lillian and Dorothy Gish, Gloria Swanson, Pearl White, and more! (Summary by ChuckW)
 
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1920sGangstersCast - A Gaming Podcast
 
We are the 1920s Gangsters. We are not Actually gangsters, except in video games. visit us at http://1920gangsterhero.webs.com/http://www.youtube.com/1920sgangsters1920sgangsters@gmail.com
 
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Morning, Noon and Night by JOHNSON, James Weldon
 
Librivox volunteers bring you 14 readings of Morning, Noon and Night by James Weldon Johnson. This was the weekly poetry project for the week of September 14th, 2014. James Weldon Johnson served as U. S. Consul to Venezuela and Nicaragua, was an early leader in the NAACP and contributed to the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s. He had a broad appreciation for black artists, musicians and writers, and worked to heighten awareness of their creativity. (from Wikipedia)
 
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Crome Yellow by Aldous Huxley
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A shy, introverted young poet. A weekend in a magnificent English country house. A beautiful young lady whom the poet is secretly in love with. An assorted group of guests with varied interests, motives, ambitions and aspirations, and the complex web of history and events that connect all of them. Crome Yellow by Aldous Huxley was his first book, published in 1921, when he was just 27 years old. It is typical of many books written during this period by writers like Thomas Love Peacock and So ...
 
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Sunset in the Tropics by JOHNSON, James Weldon
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 14 recordings of "Sunset in the Tropics." This is the Weekly Poetry for the week of August 10, 2014. The author of this poem, James Weldon Johnson, served as U. S. Consul to Venezuela and Nicaragua, was an early leader in the NAACP and contributed to the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s. He had a broad appreciation for black artists, musicians and writers, and worked to heighten awareness of their creativity. (from Wikipedia)
 
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Up One Pair of Stairs of My Bookhouse by VARIOUS and MILLER, Olive Beaupre
 
Full of delightful fairy tales, charming poems and engaging stories, this is the second volume of the "My Bookhouse" series for little ones. Originally published in the 1920's as a six volume set, these books, edited by Olive Beaupre Miller, contained the best in children's literature, stories, poems and nursery rhymes. They progressed in difficulty through the different volumes. (Summary by Maria Therese)
 
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Quicksand by LARSEN, Nella
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Quicksand is a 1928 novel by Nella Larsen, a writer of the Harlem Renaissance. It focuses on Helga Crane, a mixed-race woman who is a schoolteacher in the American south. As the novel opens, she suddenly decides to give up her teaching position and go north, back to her roots in Chicago. Helga's restless search for identity is semi-autobiographical, inspired by Larsen's own struggles to reconcile her mixed heritage with the racism of 1920s America. Although this novel was published after 192 ...
 
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Decades of Cinema
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Each episode we'll be tackling one film per decade from the 1920s to the 2010s! Listen as we review ten films covering ten decades and discuss the context and joy of cinema.
 
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Sermons – Clinton First Wesleyan
 
Clinton First Wesleyan Church has a unique and rich history. Founded in the early 1920′s by a lady named Kennie Dawn Adams, CFW became the first Pilgrim Holiness church in the entire state of Tennessee.
 
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Nan Sherwood at Pine Camp by CARR, Annie Roe
 
A school girl story about two Illinois teens and the adventures they have with family,friends and the chance to go to a boarding school in Michigan in the early 1920's. (Summary by Linda Andrus)
 
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From the Tower Window of My Bookhouse by VARIOUS and MILLER, Olive Beaupre
 
Full of delightful fairy tales, charming poems and engaging stories, this is the fifth volume of the "My Bookhouse" series for little ones. Originally published in the 1920's as a six volume set, these books, edited by Olive Beaupre Miller, contained the best in children's literature, stories, poems and nursery rhymes. They progressed in difficulty through the different volumes. (Summary by Maria Therese) Note: Due to a numbering error, the audio introductions do not say "Section 6" but jump ...
 
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Second Golden Age of Radio Podcast
 
Richard Templeman and Kelly Tolley make the old feel new again! “The whole country was tied together by radio. We all experienced the same heroes and comedians and singers. They were giants.” -Woody Allen discussing the "Golden Age of Radio" "Creatively, we are entering a new golden age," said Matthew Lieber, co-founder of the podcasting startup Gimlet Media. "In terms of the golden age of the business," he added, "we're just getting started." There is a period in American history, from the ...
 
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Wretched Radio
 
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Nobody Knows features the voice of Mason Rosenthal, with sound design by Morgan FitzPatrick Andrews. Vanessa Ogbuehi asked the question. Giovanni Vicari played the mandolin in Little Italy in the 1920s. Somebody played with the gramophone instead of refilling the water cooler.
 
This paper explores genealogies of food, taste, nutrition and questions of governance in India through attempts to regulate the production and sale of ghee (clarified butter and it’s mimetic others) in interwar India. The idea of food regulation was itself a very new, introduced with the various health acts ratified by the provinces of India in ...…
 
One of my passions in life is purchasing extremely old writing instruments. Most of them don't work. The bladder is dried up and most people look at them as being a piece of trash from a past we can't change. I pay to have them refurbished. To give the tip of that nib another opportunity to speak. To give the body that still holds a finger prin ...…
 
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The Sausage Factory presented by SPOnG.com
 
The design of narrative driven games has scaled unimaginable heights and A Case of Distrust is an excellent example of this. A game set in 1920s USA where alcohol is illegal and the the concept of civil rights was but a distant dream. In this episode of The Sausage Factory, Chris talks to Ben Wander about the development of the amazing A Case o ...…
 
This week we wrap up our Decades in Horror month with the 1920s. Joined by our good friend Chunky Larry of Creature Features Podcast, we discuss what made this movie work not only for the time but also to be just as effective almost 100 years later. Also, like always with Larry, things get weird.Check out Larry's shows at:Geeksoftheindustry.com ...…
 
Following the Mafia theme from last week, Young Nostalgia is diving into one of the most powerful men of the early 1900s. Charles “Lucky” Luciano controlled nearly every aspect of 1920s and 30s New York City. Luciano experienced immense fortune, prison time, and eventual deportation throughout his reign as a top mob boss. youngnostalgia2017@gma ...…
 
Following the Mafia theme from last week, Young Nostalgia is diving into one of the most powerful men of the early 1900s. Charles “Lucky” Luciano controlled nearly every aspect of 1920s and 30s New York City. Luciano experienced immense fortune, prison time, and eventual deportation throughout his reign as a top mob boss. youngnostalgia2017@gma ...…
 
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Everything I Learned From Movies
 
Continuing Jean Claude Van January, Steve & Izzy discuss his 1996 directorial debut "The Quest" starring JCVD, Roger Moore & James Remar! See this completely original story about a 1920's street clown that becomes king of kumite! They also try some tasty beverages from Ocean View & Fort Point Brewing! So kick back, grab a few brews, picture you ...…
 
When you watch HGTV, renovating your home can look appealing. Chip and Joanna Gaines of Fixer Upper can transform a dingy 1920s kitchen in Waco, Texas, into a refined open space with a massive island. And Jonathan and Drew Scott of The Property Brothers can make a drab living room into a bright escape.…
 
Remembering Rose Marie, Frank Buxton, Sue Grafton Rose Marie was a star in show business in the 1920’s as a little girl on radio. She was a nightclub performer in Las Vegas when the town opened in the 1940’s and she became a television star as comedy writer Sally Rogers on The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961-1966) and later on Hollywood Squares. All t ...…
 
On this edition of “Two Way Street,” we’re discussing the life and music of jazz singer Billie Holiday with actress Terry Burrell , who’s now playing her on stage , and Emory musicologist Dwight Andrews. Burrell is currently playing Holiday in a Theatrical Outfit production of the musical “ Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill .” We talk to Burr ...…
 
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Weird and Wacky Holidays
 
National Bootleggers Day - Ep17 - Show NotesToday’s featured holiday is,.National Bootlegger Day.We as a society have a love / hate relationship with alcohol. Descriptive terms range from “Nectar of the gods” to “Demon Rum”.So how did National Bootlegger’s Day come to be?January 17 is the birthday of famed criminal and bootlegger Al Capone, and ...…
 
In this episode Armen is joined by Reed Taussig, President and CEO of ThreatMetrix. They discuss the value of business leaders converging at the Digital Identity Summit. Transcript Armen: Hi, I’m here with Reed, President and CEO of ThreatMetrix, and for today’s edition of Digital Identity 360. We’re on location here at the Digital Identity Sum ...…
 
Darrell Castle talks about purchases of French landmarks by the Saudi Royal Family, attacks on French women, and especially French Jews by Muslim immigrants. Transcription / Notes EUROPEAN CIVILIZATION IS CIRCLING THE DRAIN Hello, this is Darrell Castle with today’s Castle Report. Today is Friday, January 12, 2018, and on today’s Report, I will ...…
 
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Peaceful Treason
 
In this episode, we take a sobering look at the practice of government banishment on vices known as “prohibition”. We’re kicking off a short series on the topic with the mother of them all: the prohibition of alcohol in the 1920’s. Who was behind prohibition and what was the real purpose? Is prohibition still alive today? How does prohibition i ...…
 
Do you suffer from pareidolia? Don’t bother to look it up—I’ll perform the diagnosis right now, over the Internet. Yep, you definitely test positive for pareidolia. So what is it? Why, it’s the very human tendency to see faces where no actual face exists. In clouds, in the moon, in shadows—and, of course, on the front of automobiles. The state ...…
 
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Best Podcasts Similar to 99% Invisible - 3 Episodes a week
 
Published on 29 Nov 2016. The NBC chimes may be the most famous sound in broadcasting. Originating in the 1920s, the three key sequential notes are familiar to generations of radio listeners and television watchers. Many companies have tried to trademark sounds but only around … Continue reading →
 
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Best Podcasts Similar to The Moth - 3 Episodes a week
 
Published on 29 Nov 2016. The NBC chimes may be the most famous sound in broadcasting. Originating in the 1920s, the three key sequential notes are familiar to generations of radio listeners and television watchers. Many companies have tried to trademark sounds but only around … Continue reading →
 
Marjory Zaik, an Easthampton, MA native, had Polish immigrant grandparents who came to the US in the 1920's and settled in the small mill town of Easthampton without knowing how to speak a word of English. In this interview, Marjory reflects on her parents' desire to transcend Easthampton as well as her own. But after 3 decades in NYC, Marjory ...…
 
This podcast is a special episode of Deeper Digs in Rock, a production of the Rock N Roll Archaeology Project. A joint effort, created by the RNRAP team with the support of the great folks at the Avedis Zildjian Company - makers of Zildjian Cymbals. The Zildjian story spans two continents and four centuries, but at its essence, it is an America ...…
 
In this special Christmas edition of the Oklahoma Ag Report, we learn what it was like to celebrate Christmas in rural Oklahoma in the 1920's as we talk with the legendary George Stone. We also talk with Andy Cunningham, Laverne, Okla., rancher, about feeding cattle on Christmas and preparing for a winter storm.…
 
We have a special treat for our listeners today! In this exclusive interview with Oklahoma legend George Stone, we take you back to Christmas time in rural Oklahoma in the 1920's. George is in the Oklahoma Ag Hall of Fame, was president of Oklahoma Farmers Union and National Farmers Union for many years, and at 98 years young, is still a respec ...…
 
The concern over repetitive brain injuries in sports began in the 1920s, but it is only in the last few years that they have started to be taken seriously. The National Football League now has protocols requiring players to be taken out of the game under certain circumstances. One Australian expert says even though the current research is cente ...…
 
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Awesome Science Media on LightSource.com - Audio
 
In the 1920s J. Harland Bretz, a secular geologist proposed a massive flood across eastern Washington. He was rejected by his colleagues because the flood seemed too biblical. He was shunned, for forty years, until satellite images proved him right. Scientist Michael Oard explores the Missoula Flood, demonstrating how the geologic features are ...…
 
We worked hard and made this for you. We were not discouraged. We moved that rubber-tree plant, we demolished that billion-kilowatt dam, we played music ranging from the hits of the 1920s to the hits of today, and we’re the better for it. Here it is. (0:00:00) Peggy Lee — Pass Me By (0:02:22) Your DJs Seek Closure (0:11:52) Sophie Tucker — Stay ...…
 
We worked hard and made this for you. We were not discouraged. We moved that rubber-tree plant, we demolished that billion-kilowatt dam, we played music ranging from the hits of the 1920s to the hits of today, and we’re the better for it. Here it is. (0:00:00) Peggy Lee — Pass Me By (0:02:22) Your DJs Seek Closure (0:11:52) Sophie Tucker — Stay ...…
 
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Anime Ricochet - Nerd Blaze
 
What's with all the racket?? This week on Anime Ricochet, Jeff and Jacoby review Baby Steps, a sports anime based off of a baby's first steps. No wait, that's something else. It's about tennis! Join them as they talk all about this show which is all about the racketeering of the 1920's...no wait it's still about tennis. SPOILERS START: 51:37 SP ...…
 
Recorded in the Birdman Media Studio. In this episode, Birdman visits with Angie Fabian with Summit Healthcare to discuss Summit's 2018 upcoming events. Video @ https://youtu.be/ybq2B4oBPP4 *Murder Mystery Dinner at Torreon - Saturday, March 3, 2018. Doors open at 5 p.m. $60/ticket, includes dinner and a full night of entertainment. Come in cos ...…
 
Linda Gordon, Bancroft Prize-winning historian at New York University and the author of The Second Coming of the KKK: The Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s and the American Political Tradition (Liveright, 2017), talks about her new book, which dives into the history of the second iteration of the Ku Klux Klan, formed in the 1920s. On the first version ...…
 
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Awesome Science Media on LightSource.com - Audio
 
In the 1920s J. Harland Bretz, a secular geologist proposed a massive flood across eastern Washington. He was rejected by his colleagues because the flood seemed too biblical. He was shunned, for forty years, until satellite images proved him right. Scientist Michael Oard explores the Missoula Flood, demonstrating how the geologic features are ...…
 
A Redditor asked what the most disgusting food combinations are? We've got the ingredients and try some out ! We play a game called �5 In 7�! Is it ok to take another guy to the symphony other than your spouse? Would you pass a love test from the 1920s?By contact@sportsnet590.ca (KiSS 92.5).
 
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Quantum Conversations: With Karen Curry Parker
 
Quantum physics, was first defined as a body of knowledge in the 1920’s. Not coincidentally, the New Thought and theosophy movement, which includes the work of Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, Madame Blavatsky, Ernest Holmes, Rudolph Steiner and even Napoleon Hill emerged around that same time. If our outer world is a manifestation of our conscious ...…
 
Picture France in the 1920s. The streets are alive and bustling with life; especially in the quaint township of Les Mans. However, behind a stone wall in the household of a retired solicitor two maids unknowingly dust and polish their way to a gruesome future. Join us as we discuss France’s most infamous duo - the Papin sisters - and how they w ...…
 
We tend to think of our sports heroes as super heroes.But often, they don’t even measure up to mortal men...For example, one would have to go back to the days of the Negro Baseball Leagues, in the 1920’s, to find a single professional athlete who has lived to the age of 100. Centenarians are rare for the general population but even more rare fo ...…
 
The basic Thanksgiving dinner is pretty consistent throughout the US - turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, and sides, however, there are significant differences in the ingredients and cooking methods used throughout the different regions in the country. Most of those differences live in peaceful harmony, but there is one dish that has prompted more ...…
 
A new book examines the history of the Ku Klux Klan’s resurgence in the 1920s. There was a big KKK presence in Oregon at that time. We’ll talk with historian and “The Second Coming of the KKK” author Linda Gordon about how the Klan influenced Oregon politics and culture.
 
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