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There's no weird like 70s weird, and no 70s weird like Japanese 70s weird! And what better way to experience that special brand of insanity than at complete random, through the lens of Lupin III? In this podcast, Holly, Mark, and Jess watch episodes of Lupin III Red Jacket (1977-1980) in an order decided beforehand by a random list generator. None of the hosts have watched a lot of the series, so for the most part they're going in fresh! Uploads every Thursday.Holly online:http://chum-person ...
 
Join shazbazzar and JediShua each week for a look back at the 70s and 80s as they share the fun and fandom of their youth with their friends and families. Topics include TV, film, music, and games of the 70s and 80s as well as franchises which have continued into the 21st Century, like Star Wars and TRON. TechnoRetro Dads are a blend of new and old as stories are passed down from one generation to the next.
 
Say what you like, music just sounds better at 33rpm . . . Join Steve as he trawls through his record collection to bring you the best from the late ’60s and the ’70s. Well known and not-so-well-known songs from the likes the Beatles, the Doors, Cream, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, the Allman Brothers and many more, spinning from the decks of OAR FM.
 
Welcome to ninetiesDJarchives! We are a division of The SFDPS (San Francisco Disco Preservation Society). We are dedicated to preserving DJ cassette mixtapes from the 90's. This Hearthis page has been set up for mixtapes of 90's house. Please visit our other mixtape archive pages (SFDPS) to listen to DJ mixtapes from the 70's/early 80's disco + Hi-NRG era. hearthis.at/sfdps and our eightiesDJarchives that focuses on mixtapes of 80s funk, soul, R&B, New Wave and Pop hearthis.at/eightiesdarchives
 
This is a classic soul music history and personal commentary show that features the 60's, 70's and 80's sound. We flip over the album covers and share stories of the movers and shakers that sang, created, wrote, and produced those sounds. It is informative, entertaining and incorporates culture and lifestyle appropriate content. We’ll educate and entertain you all while keeping the music alive!
 
Sometimes you want to remember simpler or better times. This show is 80s and 90s Nostalgia, Music, Pop-culture, and humor from eclectik, and the occasional guest. Listen for Memories, Lists, Fantasy Drafts, concerning TV, Movies, Music, Games, Snacks, almost anything that a 70s baby and child of the 80s and 90s experienced Available on all podcast platforms Twitter and IG: @eclectikpodcast
 
TV CONFIDENTIAL (www.televisionconfidential.com) talks to the stars, writers, directors and other creative people behind the scenes of some of America's most popular shows. An engaging blend of talk and entertainment, TV Confidential often compares today’s programs with those of the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.
 
In which our intrepid heroes (Hub and Cory) endeavor to read and discuss the entire New Teen Titans series AND the entire Defenders series. Using only their wits, Hub's comic book collection, and a not insignificant amount of alcohol, these brave men attempt the Sisyphean task of wringing coherence from the four color world of 70's/80's comics. Which is to say that my brother Cory and I get our swerve on and read some comics. Join us, won't you?
 
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Evenin' All. In the latest episode of the podcast celebrating growing up in Britain as a child during the 1970's and the part TV played in our lives then, we're looking at how the British Police were portrayed on TV. The US brought us glamour and style from Kojak, Columbo and Starsky and Hutch whereas at home we had the cosy Dixon of Dock Green and…
 
In Episode 8, Billy Joel is our Featured Artist--Frank will tell you where to begin if you wanted to start a collection of Joel's albums; and Tim will let you know why the album "Eve" by the Alan Parsons Project means so much to him! And, we'll run down some of the top albums from 1979. Enjoy!By Frank Aust
 
Bubblegum music was as beloved by its fans as it was maligned by critics. The 70s saw bubblegum of the 60s, such as "Sugar Sugar" by The Archies, morph into adoration of teen idols such as David Cassidy, Donny Osmond, and The Bay City Rollers. Still, the bubblegum formula worked for other pop hits, too, like "Rock Me Gently." In this episode we mak…
 
What happens when one overly-determined fan pushes past the limit with their favorite TV star? Find out when the ReconCinemation team explores the depths of obsession with Martin Scorcese's classic THE KING OF COMEDY! This week, Jon & Brent dive into the world of Martin Scorcese, his career coming off of RAGING BULL, the genesis of the screenplay, …
 
Whether you're riding your pony, your mule or your horse you better saddle up because this week we are getting funky and dirty and riding a full range with dust in the grooves and grit in the 'tude.-----------------------------------------------The Playlist Is:"Doing the Mule"Billy Bland - Old Town"Hitch It To The Horse"The Fantastic Johnny C - Phi…
 
Television - See No EvilU2 - The Three SunrisesBoom Crash Opera - Great Wall Big Country - Look AwayThe Darrows - Is It YouNervous Germans - Water Into WineThe Suburbs - Music For BoysOriginal Mirrors - Could This Be HeavenCuddly Toys - Brain SaviourMagazine - The Light Pours Out Of MeEcho & The Bunnymen - RollercoasterPrince Of The Blood - Risin'T…
 
From February 2012: Television director Michael Preece (Dallas, The Streets of San Francisco, Barnaby Jones, The Young Riders, Walker: Texas Ranger) shares some memories of working with Barbara Bel Geddes on Dallas, and particularly the famous episode from 1982 in which Miss Ellie finally accepts that Jock has died. Want to advertise/sponsor our sh…
 
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Dr. Glitternight is back to wreak more brightly colored havoc on Jack and the gang! With an an army of mutant shrimp-bats at his command, Dr. G. assembles all our favorite players at the ancestral Russoff Castle for a sibling showdown years in the making. We also discuss the film Mark of the Wolfman starring Paul Naschy.…
 
Yessongs Yes Tribute band, featuring Phil NaroProduced by Jeffrey Crecelius, Wayne Hall and Preston FrazierMark shares the news of the loss of a member of our global Yes fan community, Phil Naro, and we re-play an interview Mark did with him back in 2016. Rest In Peace.We also finish off our look at Conspiracy, the album by the band of the same nam…
 
Dancefloor Memories with Patrick Hawkins, 60 Minutes of Disco, Soul and Funk Podcast. Classic tracks, Dancefloor fillers from, Brass Construction, Earth Wind and Fire, Herbie Mann, Kleeer, brand new tracks from The Terri Green Project, Shell B, Binky Womack and two tracks from the new album from Selah Avery and more classic tracks from Phil Fearon …
 
We are back after a small break and the Back in Time Brothers are celebrating Mother's Day with special guests Mama Bird and Chris Kurle from "The Big Hair Show." The Brothers gather for a meal, wine, and fun stories as they sit in DJ Paulie's kitchen during a visit to ND by Lou. It is always fun to record a live show with the family and share stor…
 
NBA – National Basketball Association Last Night Chicago Bulls 120, Charlotte Hornets 99 Detroit Pistons 111, Memphis Grizzlies 97 Indiana Pacers 133, Atlanta Hawks 126 Bulls 120, Hornets 99 – Bulls complete sweep of Hornets in LaVine’s return, 120-99 Nikola Vucevic had 29 points and 14 rebounds, and the Chicago Bulls breezed past the Charlotte Hor…
 
Welcome to the very first BFOP Network wide roundtable discussion! We decided to kick off the event by reviewing the new Mortal Kombat movie because most of us have some form of nostalgic love for the franchise, be it movie or game. We hope you have as much fun listening to this episode as we had making it, and please check out all the podcasts on …
 
TV Confidential wishes Willie Mays a happy 90th birthday by sharing this clip from a May 4, 1963 interview between New York Mets broadcaster Ralph Kiner and the Hall of Fame outfielder of the New York Giants and San Francisco Giants. Audio courtesy Phil Gries of Archival Television Audio. Mays’ memoir, 24: Life Stories and Lessons from the Say Hey …
 
From May 2014: Tony, Donna, and Ed discuss Raymond Burr's first Emmy win for playing Perry Mason, which occurred on May 6, 1959, and the many ways in which Perry Mason set the standard for legal dramas on television.Practice, and L.A. Law. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/spo…
 
Dancefloor Memories with Patrick Hawkins, 60 Minutes of Classic Soul Podcast. Classic tracks, from, Eddie Floyd, The Blackbyrds, The Young Rascals, Kenny Lynch, Shuggie Otis, Ben E King, Otis Redding, The Real Thing, Rose Royce, Randy Crawford, Luther Ingram, Quincy Jones, Lionel Richie, Bill Withers and FIVE Northern Soul tracks in a row.. Just se…
 
MLB – Major League Baseball Yesterday Detroit Tigers 6, Boston Red Sox 5 – 10 Innings Cincinnati Reds 1, Chicago White Sox – 10 Innings Chicago Cubs 6, Los Angeles Dodgers 5 – 11 Innings Tigers 6, Red Sox 5 – F/10 – Candelario homers as Tigers beat Red Sox 6-5 in 10 innings Jeimer Candelario hit a tiebreaking three-run homer in the 10th inning, and…
 
TVC 537.1: Ed welcomes back David Hofstede, founder and publisher of the popular blog Comfort TV. David’s latest book, When Television Brought Us Together, is an often whimsical, but always thought-provoking look at Father Knows Best, The Brady Bunch, That Girl, The Andy Griffith Show and other favorite shows from the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s and wheth…
 
TVC 537.2: David Hofstede, founder and publisher of the popular blog Comfort TV, talks to Ed about the final episode of That Girl, the “Moo goo gai pan” episode of The Bob Newhart Show, and other favorites from the Comfort TV era. David’s latest book, When Television Brought Us Together, is available from Black Pawn Press. Want to advertise/sponsor…
 
This week, we finished up "Lupin III: The Mystery of Mamo" (1978)! We talked about barnacle boy, Lupin the First Movie, fish eye Lupin, can't clone boobs, Yankees-esque pummeling, not in front of Mamo, keen new colors, sultry pops, reinforcements, yam plate armor, real cool effect, classic lestlan, Cat's in the Cradle, shut the fuck up Holly, puts …
 
Messianic monkeyshine abounds as we read Defenders #97! Topics of discussion include: the birds and the bees, Jerusalem syndrome, goofy-ass demons, and unconventional turtleneck designs. Enjoy! Enjoy! If you enjoy the show and would like access to bonus materials, please consider donating at patreon.com/ttwastelandYou can get into touch with us at …
 
MLB – Major League Baseball Yesterday Boston Red Sox 11, Detroit Tigers 7 Chicago White Sox 9, Cincinnati Reds 0 Chicago Cubs 7, Los Angeles Dodgers 1 – Game 1 Chicago Cubs 4, Los Angeles Dodgers 3 – Game 2 Red Sox 11, Tigers 7 – Red Sox hit 4 homers, hold off reeling Tigers 11-7 at Fenway Xander Bogaerts hit a two-run homer, Nick Pivetta struck ou…
 
TVC 537.3: Tony Figueroa talks to Ed about some of the experiences that he and Donna have had while going out on auditions as a couple. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our program. They’re great to work with and will help you a…
 
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