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Bullseye from NPR is your curated guide to culture. Jesse Thorn hosts in-depth interviews with brilliant creators, culture picks from our favorite critics and irreverent original comedy. Bullseye has been featured in Time, The New York Times, GQ and McSweeney's, which called it "the kind of show people listen to in a more perfect world." (Formerly known as The Sound of Young America.)
 
A comedy lover and real-life standup comedian, Marissa Emanuele and Tooky Kavanagh, share their insights about what it's like to be a woman in the comedy world and how they relate to author Lindy West's autobiography, Shrill. Grab a glass of your best pinot and listen in as these two provide sharp and hilarious commentary on both the book and the Hulu series starring SNL phenom Aidy Bryant.
 
Real people. Unique Stories. Coming Out Stories will take you to one the most important moments in many people’s lives. It will perch you on sofas in suburban sitting rooms, stand you in front of officials' desks, put you at the centre of a crowd in a noisy classroom, everywhere where these conversations have happened. It doesn’t even matter if you haven’t had a conversation like this yourself, or indeed ever plan to. Everyone can recognise the innate human desire to love and be loved, and t ...
 
Brought to you by the folks behind Amazon Prime’s ‘The Three Drinkers’, this is the Bring a Bottle podcast! Join dynamic drinks duo Aidy Smith & Helena Nicklin with special guests as they uncover their drinking secrets, what grinds their gears and the oddities they’ve encountered during their careers. From Aidy’s frost-bitten toe cocktails to Helena’s “can you guess what wine this is by the weird noise I’m making” vinalogies, this is two friends, a microphone and a bottle (or two) of somethi ...
 
From the last remaining milkman who wanders around town recalling his heyday, to a middle school principal who guts the school’s budget to fund his nine-bus motorcade, to a local business owner who will tie your tie for you, the small town of Branchburg, New Jersey has many stories to tell — whether you’d like to hear them or not. Written and performed by Brendan O’Hare and Cory Snearowski. Sound by Alex Gilson. Produced by Tim Heidecker and Dave Kneebone. This Is Branchburg is a production ...
 
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Artists, musicians, and filmmakers are often inspired by what they see or hear. Sometimes that thing is so great, they tell us they wish they made it themselves. It happens so often we made a segment about it called I Wish I'd Made That. The one and only Nick Offerman joins us this time around. Nick is probably best known as Ron Swanson on Parks an…
 
What's this? A Friday episode? That's right, folks, we're doing TWO episodes this week, and today we've got killer stand-up Yamaneika Saunders! You might know Yamaneika from The Meredith Vieira Show, Last Comic Standing, The Tonight Show or maybe her Comedy Central and Netflix specials! We certainly know Yam from that, and also from watching her re…
 
Actor Michael K. Williams died earlier this month. He was 54 years old. He was best known for playing Omar Little on The Wire. Michael began his career in entertainment first as a dancer in New York, then an actor with a handful of walk-on credits. By the time he auditioned for The Wire he was in his mid-30s. When Jesse Thorn talked with him in 201…
 
Michael Cyril Creighton has been one of our favs for a longtime. You've seen him on High Maintenance, Spotlight, The Good Wife (!!!), Only Murders in the Building and soon Dexter: New Blood! And now you can *hear* about his terrible box office jobs, the TRUTH about Irish-Catholics, how he met his husband, and call us Shirley and Co., cuz we discuss…
 
Melissa “The moment she kissed me, I felt an enormous sense of relief." Melissa Ferrick is an award-winning singer-songwriter who has released seventeen albums and shared the stage with with Morrissey, Tegan and Sara, and many more! They came out as queer many years ago and has recently began to identify as gender non-conforming. Presented by Emma …
 
Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis have been working together for 40 years, producing some of the biggest R&B records of all time. In their four decades of working together, the fedora-wearing giants of R&B music have written and produced over 40 top-ten hits. They've worked with Prince, Babyface, Usher, Mariah Carey, Janet Jackson and more — the list goes …
 
Our old pal H. Alan Scott, comedian, podcaster, drag queen and more joins us today for a refreshing tour of Los Angeles sex parties and California chemotherapy! You might know H. Alan from his wonderful podcast with (friends of the show, friends IRL) Eliot Glazer and Brent Sullivan, You're Making It Worse or his former Golden Girls podcast Out on t…
 
Can wine ever be described as 'buttery'? And what happened to the woman who drank a 50 year old lager? Plus, our 3rd Drinker this week is Joe Wilson, one of the founders of Spirit of Stonewall Gin. Inspired by the history of the Stonewall Riots, Joe wanted to help tell the story and to recognise the LGBTQIA+ community that fought for the freedoms h…
 
The Song That Changed My Life is a segment that gives us the chance to talk with some of our favorite artists about the music that made them who they are today. This time around we're joined by singer songwriter Rostam. He got his start as a member of Vampire Weekend. He produced the band's first three records, including some of their biggest hits.…
 
Hannah Waddingham stars alongsie Jason Sudekis in Ted Lasso. She plays team owner Rebecca Welton in the series. Hannah joins guest host Linda Holmes of NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour to chat about her role in Ted Lasso. Plus, she talks about her years of performing in theater, her iconic part on Game of Thrones, *and* what it's like to perform in an …
 
Langston, Langston, Langston, that's right, we've got stand-up and writer Langston Kerman on the show today, and what a barnburner it is! If you don't know Langston, he's written for everything from Pause with Sam Jay to the Oscars to Kenan and acted in everything from The Boys to Insecure to Bless This Mess. And on today's episode, we discuss how …
 
Forgotten what to drink when you go 'out out'?! Aidy & Helena discuss this and more. Plus, Helena catches up withEulanda Shead Osagiede, the co-founder of the popular travel, food and lifestyle blog, Hey! Dip Your Toes In! Thank you to Talbott Vineyards for sponsoring this podcast.By The Three Drinkers
 
Uzo Aduba first rose to fame playing a character known as Crazy Eyes. It was on Orange Is the New Black, a part of the first class of original TV shows on Netflix. Crazy Eyes, whose real name is Suzanne, was one of the many prisoners in the women's correctional facility the show focused on. Aduba won two Emmys for her portrayal of Suzanne, one for …
 
On the latest episode we welcome back Sam Richardson! His breakthrough role came in HBO's Veep. The political satire starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus where everyone is terrible, mean, incompetent, and they all hate each other. Everyone, except Sam's character, the cheerful, incorruptible Richard Splett. Sam is also a writer. With the help of Saturday N…
 
Another power couple?! On Couples Therapy!?! That's right! Patton Oswalt and Meredith Salenger - you know them from comedy, acting and comics, and of course, their brand new podcast Did You Get My Text? And now you get to hear them right here for an hour of fun, chuckles and more emotions than you can shake a therapist at! We talk about how to be a…
 
Odds are, you probably know Aidy Bryant from Saturday Night Live. She's been on the cast now for almost a decade. She's been on the cast now for almost a decade. On the show she's done killer impressions, sang on a handful of memorable SNL songs, and starred in numerous skits. For the last few years, Bryant has also starred in and written for her o…
 
Jonathan Majors has been acting professionally for just under five years now. He's done theater, TV, and starred in movies. In that short amount of time, he's become one of the most captivating performers in Hollywood. He was in two of our recent favorites: Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods and Joe Talbot's The Last Black Man In San Francisco. On screen, he'…
 
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