Best 1970s podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Doc Rotten and The Black Saint from Horror News Radio recap and review the best and worst horror films from the 1970s. Grindhouse. Blacksploitation. Hollywood Blockbusters. B Movies. Films like Exorcist | The Car | Phantasm | Halloween | The Incredible Melting Man | The Manitou | Beyond the Door | Vampire Circus | Dawn of the Dead
 
Saturday Morning Trek is a podcast dedicated to the short-lived Star Trek: The Animated Series from the 1970s as well as the collectibles that fans cherished during their childhood. Hosted by Aaron Harvey, Saturday Morning Trek is the newest entry in our lineup and brings a unique approach by capturing the magic that made so many of us fall in love with Star Trek during the years between The Original Series and the films.
 
Howie Pyro plays the weird stuff......50's and 60's rock and roll, psycho surf, garage, rockabilly, hillbilly horrors, voodoo r & b, insane instrumentals, religious nuts, teenage hell music, vintage global garbage, peppered with bizarre old movie ads & radio clips & general echo-fied screaming...
 
60's and 70's funk. Some you've heard and some I'm sure you haven't. Enjoy.
 
Howie Pyro plays the weird stuff......50's and 60's rock and roll, psycho surf, garage, rockabilly, hillbilly horrors, voodoo r & b, insane instrumentals, religious nuts, teenage hell music, vintage global garbage, peppered with bizarre old movie ads & radio clips & general echo-fied screaming...
 
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TechnoRetro Dads
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Join shazbazzar and JediShua each week as they share the fun and fandom of their youth with their families. Topics range from the 70s and 80s to today's pop culture. From science fiction and fantasy films to TV & games, Shua and shaz reminisce, relive, revisit, and review their favorites at the beginning of each week.
 
From Star Wars to Saturday Night Fever, to The Godfather and Grease, Annie Hall and Alien, the 1970s was THE decade for great movies. Here at Easy Riders Raging Podcast we're looking back at all the classics of the decade, discussing the films of Scorsese, Friedkin, Coppola, Altman, De Palma and many many more. Aside from our discussions, each episode includes some of our trademark features such as Recastarama (where we recast the film using current actors) and Who Am I (where we work out wh ...
 
Where is Cleo? Taken by child welfare workers in the 1970’s and adopted in the U.S., the young Cree girl’s family believes she was raped and murdered while hitchhiking back home to Saskatchewan. CBC news investigative reporter Connie Walker joins the search to find out what really happened to Cleo.
 
When It Was Cool Podcast is hosted by veteran podcaster Karl Stern. When It Was Cool Podcast features reviews, conversation, and nostalgia about pop culture from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990's including comics, television, toys, music, movies, and more. Star Wars, G.I. Joe, Super Friends, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Six Million Dollar Man, Mego, Transformers, classic rock music, and much more.
 
All in the Podcast is a weekly podcast dedicated to rewatching every episode of the legendary 1970s Norman Lear sitcom "All in the Family." Hosted by Gus Constantellis (a TV writer and standup comedian) and several other co-hosts, All in the Podcast will recap each episode and also discuss how socially relevant the series still is more than 35 years after its original air date. Join us as we take the plunge and follow us on Twitter @allinthepodcast.
 
Shortly after becoming a believer in Jesus as his Messiah in the 1970’s, Sid Roth started the Messianic Vision radio program. Today, the daily 15-minute show reaches across America, impacting tens of thousands with a powerful message that encourages and heals.
 
Expanded Memories of the Odyssey2, hosted by Earl Green
 
Are you ready for a 20 minute roller coaster ride through the dark recesses of vintage audio? Can your eardrums accommodate the sudden shift from disco to Todd Rundgren singing about vikings? Can your brain withstand the jump from Hong Kong Phooey to Leonard Nimoy searching for Bigfoot? If so, give it a try!
 
Podcast by John Allore. Who Killed Theresa? is a True Crime podcast about unsolved murders in Quebec in the 1970s. The host is the brother of one of the victims, 19-year-old Theresa Allore who went missing in the Eastern Townships in the Fall of 1978.
 
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Twenty Seventy
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In a world where everything is complicated; where desire and interest are so removed from the present that nothing seems to make any sense any more, Clem Bastow decides to find out what it was like to live in the 1970s. She journeys back in time to an Australia where there were only two kinds of cheese, TV had to be watched when the programs were broadcast and music was barely portable. This is how she's living her life for a year.
 
The "hipster free" classic vinyl podcast you've been searching for. Two music obsessed friends meet up in studio known as Shabby Road to discuss 1960's, 1970's, 1980's, classic rock, hard rock, heavy metal, underground, proto punk,
 
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Almost Educational
Monthly+
 
Two educators Patrick and Dennis sit down and attempt to educate one another on a subject using a thought experiment as the premise. Topics range from Real Life Super Villains, Language as a Virus, Restructuring the MLB, Alternate History, 1970’s
 
Join your hosts Mike Wood and Chris Mann as they delve into the world of grindhouse and exploitation films from the 1970's, 1980's and beyond. The movies they discuss range from the funny to the downright bizarre but they are always fascinating and often forgotten gems.
 
Primal Diet – Modern Health combines the best of Natural Health and the Paleo Diet in one terrific show. Host Beverly Meyer shares a lifetime of information on food, hormones, supplements, sleep, neurotransmitters and more, often with great guests. As a Clinical Nutritionist in practice since 1985, Beverly has been working on her own health since the 1970's. Find her popular blog and online supplement store at www.ondietandhealth.com.
 
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Banzai Retro Club
Weekly
 
Specializing in the best retro podcast and blog content featuring topics from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s.
 
Archival Audio from a Prodigious Career
 
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Junk Fed
Monthly
 
A time machine from the age of the Hollywood blockbuster, the George Lucas merchandising force, and the Bronze Age of comics. Join Todd Rogers, a chronic nostalgist, creative escapist, lunatic completest, and pop culture zealot as he parses memories of the past with a rotating panel of guests hosts.
 
In this podiobook: Just because it happened, doesn't mean you'll believe it.Take a rollicking ride through the 1970s with the original Moon Man, Barry McArdle, a silver-suited street performer and comic philosopher who spent ten years crisscrossing Americ
 
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DigestCast
Rare
 
A podcast devoted to the classic pocket-sized comics format of the 1970s and 1980s--because good comics come in small packages!
 
A monthly podcast hosted by John Linger and Harry Bohay, featuring some of their favourite music and much discussion about likely non-important subjects.
 
Cheryl Brodersen is the wife of Senior Pastor Brian Brodersen of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa. She is the youngest daughter of Pastor Chuck Smith, who led the Calvary Chapel movement in the 1970s. Cheryl heads the Joyful Life Women’s Ministry, is an author of several books, and hosts the program entitled Today’s Faith on HisChannel.com.
 
Sermons from 1970s from John Wesley Metzler
 
The Irish Revolution was a module taught by renowned historian Professor Michael Laffan in the School of History and Archives, UCD from the mid-1970's until his retirement in 2010. The course covers a tumultuous period in Irish history and examines the interaction of different groups (in particular unionists, moderate and radical nationalists, and the British), the causes and impact of events (such as the Home Rule Crisis, the Easter Rising, and the Treaty), and patterns of continuity and di ...
 
"The All In The Family Podcast," hosted by Chris Novembrino & Lindsay Duke, takes a retrospective look at the classic 1970s television show through the context of the politics and culture of today.
 
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Classically Awful
Daily+
 
Two nerdy sisters discuss the epic and occasionally awful late 1970s science fiction masterpiece, Blake's 7.
 
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Banzai Retro Club
Weekly
 
Specializing in the best retro podcast and blog content featuring topics from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s.
 
Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant come to the Apple Store Regent Street to discuss 'Cemetery Junction', the pair's first foray into the feature film-making. This coming-of-age tale of three young lads in 1970s suburban England, brings their unique blend of finely-tuned character development and bitter-sweet comedy to the big screen. Moderated by Rick Edwards. See 'Cemetery Junction' in cinemas from 14 April.
 
Every fortnight two fans (and their guests) have a look at each episode of Blake's 7, in order, discussing what we love about it, but also going into more depth about the stories and characters. We'll also be looking at the guests stars, and including some fun segments such as "look, it was the 1970s", "what cool lines did Chris Boucher write for Avon this week?", and "player of the week"!
 
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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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TreasuryCast
Monthly
 
A podcast devoted to the classic oversized comics format of the 1970s, 80s, and today!
 
With permission from Stan and his publisher... David Greelish of ClassicComputing.com and Randy Kindig of FloppyDays.com read this wonderful book. Stan was a pioneer in the realm of personal computers; he was also a retail pioneer to us, the consumer. He opened the first microcomputer store on the east coast, which was only the second one in the world! In his book, he recollects about the machines he sold and the people he met in his store from the mid to late 1970's. He also covers computer ...
 
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Feed Your Head
Rare
 
A podcast about rare vinyl records and great music from the 1960s and the 1970s. Underground pop, psychedelic, folk rock, singer-songwriters, progressive, glam, mod, popsike, and beyond.
 
For over a year the hosts of Now Playing have watched and reviewed every movie based off a Marvel Comics series, but now they enter into their last Marvel review series with the most popular Marvel Comic character of all time -- Spider-Man! Join us as we watch and review all the Spider-Man movies from the 1970s made-for-TV films through the 2012 Amazing Spider-Man reboot!
 
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FilmScene
Monthly
 
FilmScene focuses on a wide variety of topics about classic films (meaning pre-1970's) and their biggest stars. Tim & Karen cover news & information for movie fans & collectors, as well as many top 10 lists.
 
I’m Josh Alan Friedman, reporting to you from scratch tapes recorded during Times Square’s inglorious, pre-Disney era—the 1970s and early ’80s. The interviews you’ll hear were for my book, Tales of Times Square, that has remained in print since 1986. This podcast presents real voices and cries from the lost soul of New York. Strippers, old fighters, burly-Q men, peep show girls, hustlers, cops and the priest who tried to save them.
 
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240p Club Podcast
Monthly
 
240pClub is a group of gamers chatting weekly about video gaming from the 1970s-2003 era.
 
Hosted by Rob Kelly and Chris Franklin (SUPER MATES PODCAST), the POWER RECORDS PODCAST is devoted to the classic book and record sets of the 1970s and 80s. Where the action comes alive!
 
In the 1970s, Earth, Wind and Fire gave birth to a new brand of pop music—one that brought us hits like “Shining Star” and “September.” Their sound was steeped in jazz and R&B, and it bridged the gap that had often separated the musical tastes of black and white America. We’re pleased to welcome this iconic group to the Apple Store, as they talk about their musical journey and take a few questions from the audience. Wristbands required for entry are available the morning of the event.
 
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John Rosemond
Weekly
 
John's radio show on parenting, "Because I Said So!" airs on American Family Radio networks on Saturdays from 6-7pm EST. Podcasts of the show will appear approximately one week after the show has aired.Got a question for the show? Call in at 404.419.6499 or email radio@rosemond.com. If you'd like more information on John, how to book him for an event, or to purchase books, Audio CDs or other materials, head over to www.rosemond.com. John's membership website is at www.ParentGuru.com. Keep in ...
 
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Terrific City
Weekly
 
TERRIFIC CITY is a podcast on the city and screen life of 1970s America, by journalist and author Melissa Gira Grant and filmmaker Cheyenne Picardo. It is made in New York City.
 
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Two Men One Pub
Rare
 
Two men in a deluxe homemade bar (with one squeaky barstool) discuss the issues that really matter. Join @MikeBubbins, stand up comedian, and @EggsyGLC, member of Goldie Lookin' Chain, as they wade through an endless sea of half thought out opinions on topics such as popular culture, future sport, science, the 1970s, television, and human zoos. Recorded live at Bubba's Bar and Grill, whenever they can be bothered.
 
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NJBOOMR
Weekly+
 
A funny look back at growing up in 1970s and 1980s in the burbs of New Jersey . All the things I LOVE and Loath -TV,movies, cars, malls, rich kids, commercials, FAMILY, NJ politics and the New York invasion. Love and hate of Springsteen and the SHORE thing.Take a little bit history and a dash of sarcasm makes a nice little podcast.
 
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Outside of a Dream
Monthly
 
This is the best decade for fresh, innovative horror since the 1970s, and Daniel Link is here to help you navigate its spooky waters. For the horror nerd and horror rookie alike.
 
Jazz, Just The Way We Like it is a weekly podcast series discussing and playing those jazz classic songs of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s
 
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Your Maryland
Weekly
 
Since 2002, "Your Maryland" hosted by Ric Cottom, has presented little-known human interest stories from Maryland's past. Beginning with accused witches and the murderous career of John Dandy in the earliest days of the colony, through Morgan State's fabled "Ten Bears" in the 1970's, the show covers nearly four centuries of heroes, scoundrels, floods, fires, riots, plots, athletes (two-and four-legged), beautiful spies, brilliant writers, misunderstood pirates, and ghosts. All of that c ...
 
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Ron Hudson was a great guy to talk to, our ships were stationed at the same base. This was a special base, since it was only designated for ammuntion ships. The thing is ammo bases were never really exciting, when it came to fun or nightlife. Ron shares he story of changing rates several times, and of getting out and then coming back into the N ...…
 
Since recycling was introduced in the 1970s, local jurisdictions have gone from throwing away 100 percent of their waste to diverting a majority of it to recycling plants and composting facilities. How are we doing?
 
ZING POW WOW!This week’s episode has special tri-hosts and friends, Director/Writer Andrew Osburn and Improviser/Actor Greg Lutz.The format of this episode is in reverse, much like the lives of the characters these two guy play in the mockumentary movie, The Miss OTB Scandal. April, Andy, and Greg first talk about Miss OTB, its plot, how it cam ...…
 
We were delighted to interview Punk legend, Kirk Brandon, singer with Spear of Destiny, Theatre of Hate and Dead Men Walking recently. In the full interview with Kirk, he and Stamford Chidge discussed Kirk's first experiences supporting Chelsea from the Shed End in the 1960's and 1970's. In addition Kirk talked about the links between may punk ...…
 
In a world where we somewhat need help with finding the light, Black and Yellow try and bring you our most positive podcast speaking about the effects of positivity, how to stay optimistic as well as using fun analogies to keep you on track! Check out the Key points if necessary and give it a listen! Cheers :44 - Answering Question of the Day 1 ...…
 
-Oh Yeah!!!!! Josh talks about the 1970's KISS era members making a smash film, KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park!
 
There have been many powerhouses who competed in the ring, but few were any stronger than the man known as "The Polish Power," Ivan Putski. Although he rarely was the biggest Superstar in a battle, the Krakow, Poland native's tremendous strength, power and quickness allowed him to go toe-to-toe with the sport's best and usually come out on top. ...…
 
Steven C. Barber is an American documentary filmmaker/motion picture combat photographer with three films on the Oscar shortlist in 2010, 2012 and 2016. The writer, author and conversationalist is the great nephew of Edith Wharton (Age of Innocence), the first female writer to win the Pulitzer Prize in the 1880s, in affluent New York. Barber ha ...…
 
Part 2 - Modern Times: Camille Paglia & Jordan B Peterson: Dr. Camille Paglia is a well-known American intellectual and social critic. She has been a professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (where this discussion took place) since 1984. She is the author of seven books focusing on literature, visual art, music, and ...…
 
Given that his Dad is a historian, I'm not sure where Ben picked it up. But, he'll say it to me at least once time a day. "Dad," he will pontificate," Remember that the future is always better than the past."I know why he thinks that. I lived through almost half of the 20th century. Today - with all it's problems and stress and issues - is bett ...…
 
Part 1 - Modern Times: Camille Paglia & Jordan B Peterson: Dr. Camille Paglia is a well-known American intellectual and social critic. She has been a professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (where this discussion took place) since 1984. She is the author of seven books focusing on literature, visual art, music, and ...…
 
Joining Rob via satellite is author, muscian, artist, horror host, and man about town... Doctor Sarcofiguy! In this episode they attempt to discuss the 1970's film, Burnt Offerings. Tangents and laughs galore in this episode folks, you've been warned! Be sure to check out the Fantasmo After Dark Facebook page for pictures or to let us know what ...…
 
Joining Rob via satellite is author, muscian, artist, horror host, and man about town... Doctor Sarcofiguy! In this episode they attempt to discuss the 1970's film, Burnt Offerings. Tangents and laughs galore in this episode folks, you've been warned! Be sure to check out the Fantasmo After Dark Facebook page for pictures or to let us know what ...…
 
Episode 4 – I gave the Gospel and Google Translated it into Bengali. Afterwards some stats and prayer were given for Bangladesh and Northern India. This week’s teaching was out of 2 Timothy 1 on the topic of fear, one of the great obstacles in sharing our faith. We answered questions regarding how to start a conversation and what to do about re ...…
 
François Scarborough Clemmons is a singer, actor, playwright, professor, writer, university lecturer and father figure to so many people. He is perhaps best known for his appearances on the PBS television series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood throughout the 1970's as "Officer Clemmons" Meet the giving and wonderful: Francois Scarborough Clemmons…
 
I’m talking to Dr. Steve Milder, assistant professor at the University of Groningen. In his new book, Greening Democracy, Steve writes about the 1970s anti nuclear protests up the Rhine river at the border between Western Germany, France, and Switzerland. These grassroots movements played a critical role in expanding democracy in the 70s. One e ...…
 
Kurt Andersen talks with performer and artist Laurie Anderson about her long career and her new book, “All the Things I Lost in the Flood,” and new album, “Landfall.” Jess Thom used to be kind of in denial about having Tourette syndrome, but then she decided to turn her tics into inspiration for artists. And an oral history of the the Belly Roo ...…
 
Kurt Andersen talks with performer and artist Laurie Anderson about her long career and her new book, “All the Things I Lost in the Flood,” and new album, “Landfall.” Jess Thom used to be kind of in denial about having Tourette syndrome, but then she decided to turn her tics into inspiration for artists. And an oral history of the the Belly Roo ...…
 
The Tall Poppies podcast this week features dancer and choreographer, Rhys Martin, who hails from Newcastle, New South Wales. A graduate of Sydney University, Rhys initially studied literature and fine arts. He began his career in the theatre with Sydney’s pioneering underground company, “One Extra Dance.” In this Tall Poppies’ episode, Rhys re ...…
 
John and Scotto review Americathon John's Rating Scotto's Rating Listen to Episode 351 Download Episode 351 Links Wikpedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Americathon IMDB https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0078766/ Trailer Next week ... Perfume: The Story of a Murderer
 
Condition Mint investigate unusual and unexplained fluctuations in the musical multiverse, where artists pull a bit of a surprise on us. Listeners will also be introduced to little known rock and roll pants stylist Leroy Presley and explosive revelations regarding 1970s Mormon recruitment strategy and a prostitution ring. Join the conversation ...…
 
A little boy egged by other little boys who didn’t like "his type" grew up to be a man who helped propel the “The Land of Funk” into the national spotlight. Amelia Robinson sat down with John “Turk” Logan for the latest episode of the "What Had Happened Was" podcast. Turk opens up about life with a mother who was an alcoholic and how he became ...…
 
FX splashed out on some expensive talent to tell the story of the infamously cheap J. Paul Getty's negotiations for the return of his kidnapped hippie grandson -- whom he and many others thought had engineered the situation to get himself some spending money. The network's really put itself on the map with prestige-crime series in the last coup ...…
 
‘Hot Pants Day’ and four other Oakland A’s gimmicks from the 1970s The Oakland Athletics drummed up some outrage over the weekend, deciding to charge San Francisco Giants fans $20 extra for parking if they didn’t yell “Go A’s” on the way in the ballpark.
 
Batman has a terrifying team up with the Phantom Strangler, is paralyzed and has to rely on his team and dumb luck, and then has to team up with Sgt. Rock to battle Satan-or is it Hitler or both? Affiliate link added. Transcript below: Batman teams up with Green Arrow, Wonder Woman, Metamorpho, and of course his old buddy, Sergeant Rock. We’ll ...…
 
We launched Out to Lunch Acadiana in July 2015. When we went on the air, KRVS in Lafayette was as it still is a mostly music station. We didn t know if we d have a single listener to a show about Acadiana business. Even knowing that, our very first guests, Matt Stuller from Stuller Inc and Anya Burgess from Sola Violins, were gracious enough to ...…
 
Samuel Adams was founded in 1984. Did you know that throughout the 1970s, there were fewer than 100 breweries in the entire country! How does Sam Adams continue to stay relevant in this growing - more than 5,000 independently operated - craft brewery revival? On this episode, we have the absolute pleasure of talking with Samuel Adams Master Bre ...…
 
Energy Week Podcast is sponsored by Drillinginfo. Get a free trial from Drillinginfo by going here - http://bit.ly/2CQPgvkEllen’s visit with Saudi Shoura Council – learned about what council does and how situation for women is changing in Saudi Arabia. http://bit.ly/2DZw8f1New Mexico and fracking: - https://lat.ms/2I9TRfbPermian is not just in ...…
 
On this episode, Jason covers all the nerd stories making headlines this week. Captain Marvel cast list brings some old characters back to the MCU. Solo goes all the way back to the 1970's for its villains. Who will wield the shield now that Chris Evans is done. The new era for Justice League comics brings back a classic concept and adds two ne ...…
 
Is Human Rights just a fable? To uncover this question, we venture down 'history' lane with Professor Samuel Moyn. What’s so special about the 1970s, and how does how we think about the emergence of human rights impact how we think of what human rights are, and what they are supposed to do? Join us and find out on this episode of Declarations.…
 
Mitch Landrieu was a child when he learned that race could be a problem in New Orleans. As the son of Mayor Moon Landrieu, who worked to integrate city government in the 1970s, he saw how deeply etched the lines of color could be. But it would take decades for the younger Landrieu to realize that the true impact of racism was deeper than he had ...…
 
1990 was a 1970s series about a dystopian future in the UK. Reporter Jim Kyle (played by Edward Woodward) is under the scrutiny of the sinister Public Control Department…. Please send us your comments, questions, requests and complaints. You can reach us at britishinvaders@gmail.com, and you can find us on the British Invaders Facebook Group. B ...…
 
Batman team-ups from the 1970s including Batman tries to exorcize himself of the ghost of a Portuguese sailor, trying to foster mutual understanding between adults and some well-intentioned teenagers who are holding Gotham City hostage with a nuclear bomb!And will the Metal Men refuse to help Batman because of robot lib? Affiliate link added. T ...…
 
Phil Allen continues his journey through low budget 1970s eco-horror movies. This time around, he watches "Squirm".
 
Dead Man's Cavern (Aired April 13, 1944) On radio, The Adventures of Ellery Queen was heard on all three networks from 1939 to 1948. During the 1970s, syndicated radio fillers, Ellery Queen's Minute Mysteries, began with an announcer saying, "This is Ellery Queen..." and contained a short one-minute case. The radio station encouraged callers to ...…
 
Today is a special free show and the first of our switch from doing only pro wrestling history related biographies to shows covering all of pop culture from music to television to movies to fictional characters. Today we cover the 1970s-80s hit making band Styx. The WIWC family will be seeing Styx in concert in a couple of weeks. Karl has alrea ...…
 
It all started with a cinder block building that was also an auction house, on farmland in the foothills of western North Carolina. The bathroom had a toilet but no sink. There was no phone, and it was heated by a large wood stove. The owner had a band, and brought in others that played there often as well, starting around the mid 1970s. It wen ...…
 
As Pam Dawber tells it, stuff happened on the set of "Mork & Mindy" that would make modern sensibilities explode. #tv #MorkandMindy #sitcoms #70s #1970s #ABC #RobinWilliams #PamDawber #GarryMarshall #HappyDays
 
The 1970s meant a new era of Australian music. The Sunbury Rock Festival in the early 1970s was Australia’s equivalent to Woodstock. Around the same time, the touring scene started to take off in Sydney after years of decline with Michael one of those leading the charge. The late 70s then saw a new wave of touring from the UK, with acts such as ...…
 
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