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Not just another bad movie podcast, Blank Check reviews directors' complete filmographies episode to episode. Specifically, the auteurs whose early successes afforded them the rare ‘blank check’ from Hollywood to produce passion projects. Each new miniseries, hosts Griffin Newman and David Sims delve into the works of film’s most outsized personalities in painstakingly hilarious detail.
 
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Have you ever wondered how YouTube sausage gets made? DrunkFriend (not a dating app) aims to learn how different YouTubers in the retro-gaming space deal with the ups and downs of maintaining successful channels. Learn about their inspirations and influences to getting started, their philosophies on creating content, and their processes for video production. There will be plenty of fun stories along the way! Hosts Alex (SNESdrunk) and Trav (NESfriend) come together, along with the occasional ...
 
Packed with trivia, comedy and celebrity guests, Ask Me Another is like an amusement park for your brain. Host Ophira Eisenberg and musician Jonathan Coulton take brilliant contestants on a roller coaster that'll make you laugh and scream (out the answers)—and barely anyone throws up in a trash can.
 
The Tom E Experience is a podcast hosted by me, Tommy Erbe, and is about lots of stuff. I do my best to have conversations with people about lots of different things, ranging from sports to making t-shirts. As I go through school, I'm learning how to communicate more professionally and learning to do it in the media. This is a fun journey I hope you'll join me on!
 
Knowledge Counts is a podcast created by the Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors and produced by Ryan Schriml, featuring one-on-one interviews, presentations and informative discussions from construction industry economists, influencers and experts. Host Wendy Hobbs is a PQS(F) who interviews guests on a variety of topics of interests to Professional Quantity Surveyors (PQS), Construction Estimator Certified (CEC), and professionals from all sectors of the construction industry.
 
David Mundy (old bull) and Griffin Logue (young buck) are getting behind the mics this season with a brand new podcast! The boys will bring you some entertaining chats throughout the season with some special guests and teammates. For the young and the old, get around Dave and Griff with a new episode dropping each and every week.
 
‘Human Givens’ is a practical, holistic and scientific approach focusing on what individuals need to live mentally healthy and fulfilling lives. It draws on the latest insights from neuroscience and psychological research, and combines this knowledge with proven therapeutic techniques from a wide range of approaches to provide highly effective interventions. Its application is broad – encompassing mental and physical healthcare, wellbeing, education, social work, life coaching, the workplace ...
 
The Clear Path Connection is a show that focuses on the services we provide, important issues facing the veteran community, and ways that we can unite to better assist the men and women who served our country. Clear Path for Veterans, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is Upstate New York’s archetype Veteran Service Organization serving as a hub of information, programs and resources. We are a welcoming community of staff and volunteers serving all Veterans and their families. As a single ...
 
A weekly podcast celebrating and supporting small and mighty® business owners and creative entrepreneurs. Each week I talk to a new guest to discuss the how and why behind starting his or her own independent business. Covering everything from funding their dream to how they use social media to build their brand, each episode is full of real experience. I also invite industry experts to share their valuable knowledge and expertise with the Small and Mighty podcast listeners. Previous guests i ...
 
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In this episode I talk with trainer Dane, the king of positivity. He is here today to share the daily Dane-ish. This man helps others literally become, live, thrive and skyrocket their lives by being the best version of yourself with a giant heart and healthy habits. Dane and I get real about fitness and why it is the cornerstone behind the biggest…
 
Since he's not destroying the Earth, he might as well save it. Resident Alien begins Season 2 on SYFY this coming Wednesday, and we're bringing the cast back on the podcast to give you the inside scoop! You'll hear from Alan Tudyk (Harry), Corey Reynolds (Sheriff Mike), Sara Tomko (Asta), Alice Wetterlund (D'Arcy) and Chris Sheridan (EP/Showrunner)…
 
In the tenth stop on our round the world trip, we will be visiting Switzerland and the case of Cecile Brossard, a call girl whose relationship with a billionaire turns deadly. Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Around80Murders Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aroundtheworldin80murders/ Support us: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/around80m…
 
This week’s motivational moment comes from racing legend Jimmie Johnson. The NASCAR turned IndyCar driver discusses overcoming his “debilitating fear” before a big race and the correlation between having a good support system around and winning championships. Johnson believes the man in sports doing the best job of that today - none other than 7x S…
 
The Avalanche played their most intense game of the season against the Minnesota Wild with a 4-3 shootout win. After an outstanding first period, the Wild gave the Avalanche everything they could handle, but not without making complete fools of themselves by flopping all over the ice and running Darcy Kuemper. Also, the Avalanche scored an incredib…
 
Dan Abeles recently joined host Elias in the cave! You can see Dan in ABC's limited series 'Women of the Movement. Daniel plays Chet Packton, a southern gentleman and journalist who unexpectedly becomes part of the Emmett Till murder investigation. Daniel Abeles was born in Danville, California, as Daniel Arthur Abeles. Upon graduating from NYU’s S…
 
During this episode of Knowledge Counts, Wendy and her guest, Ben Ellard will discuss various aspects of brownfield development including the challenges and benefits of cleaning, restoring and re-using previously developed land. They discuss the social and economic implications of developing space within an existing urban space or in other potentia…
 
Rory Ross recently joined host Elias in the cave! You can catch Rory on 'The Book of Boba Fett' as a Tusken Raider. The Star Wars series chronicling the adventures of the legendary Bounty Hunter is now showing on Disney+. Ross, also in the upcoming OBI-WAN KENOBI. In some of the show's most exciting episodes, Rory and his Tusken Raiders troupe take…
 
This week on the In Depth with Graham Bensinger podcast we’re sifting through the archives and bringing you a classic - Chad Johnson. The man once known as “Ochocinco” details the struggles of growing up in Miami’s Liberty City neighborhood, his favorite moments playing for the Cincinnati Bengals and delivers wise words on saving money.…
 
It’s gardening time! Cause that's what I talk about in today's episode. I yell about how entrepreneurship is no different than a garden and most entrepreneurs are not focused on gardening and that's why they leave all the money on the table and they die of famine. So there's definitely better ways around it. Really what I talk about is how to turn …
 
The Avalanche knock off the Arizona Coyotes two games in a row, as expected. Outside of Kuemper's long overdue first shutout in a 5-0 win, what can we take away from these two victories? Also, THPN host Richie Flores joins the show once again to talk about whats going on with the Coyotes this supreme tank season. What's really going with Coyotes th…
 
Doug welcomes Paget Brewster, Amy Miller and Johnny Pemberton to the show. You can find the entire archive of Doug Loves Movies on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com and use promo code "DOUG." See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-…
 
We’ve climbed up in our childhood treehouse and we’re not coming down! Sarah Violet Bliss (Search Party) joins us to talk about “Sweetie” - Jane Campion’s off-kilter meditation on suburbia and sibling rivalry. Revelations within the episode include the fact that David was part of the “Neighbours Society” at Uni (a group of students in favor of airi…
 
How was Trav's time at MAGFest? Is Revolution X really that bad? Would you marry Shaq? All this and more. Plus, Blake sends an angry email that forces Trav and Alex to field difficult questions. Other emails ask how much time gets devoted to podcasting and video making and what Alex was up to before becoming SNESdrunk. Find more of our work at http…
 
We talk about so much coolness. Liz Benny, the Queen of Kapow, joins me on this episode and we talk very seriously about how everyone should take a shit and lighten up. We also talk about how radical honesty and bulletproof beliefs are the secrets to success and even dive into how farming creates the perfect entrepreneur mindset. It's a fun episode…
 
This week's show is going to be spotless! We're joined by Elodie Yung and Martha Millan from Fox's new hit series, The Cleaning Lady. They talk about the many interesting aspects of the series, characters pushing the limits in entering morally grey areas and much more. Plus, find out why these two have so much fun together both on and off of the se…
 
Nicholas Gonzalez recently joined host Elias in the cave! Nicholas can be seen starring in the independent thriller feature “Borrego,” opposite Lucy Hale and Olivia Trujillo. Nicholas just wrapped Season 1 of the NBC series, LA BREA. Prior to that he shot three seasons as a series regular playing ‘Dr. Neil Melendez’ on ABC’s THE GOOD DOCTOR. He can…
 
Originally aired 11/6/2017 After a Summer hiatus, Dennis returns for a conversation with composers Elizabeth Alexander and J. David Moore, two of the founding members of the Independent Music Publishers Cooperative, a group of eight composer-publishers working together to market and distribute their music. The cooperative’s shared website provides …
 
Originally aired 8/15/2017 In case you haven’t yet heard the news, composer David Maslanka passed away last week on August 6 after a brief battle with cancer. David, along with his son Matthew, was a guest on the show back in January for Episode #38. Reading other composers’ and performers’ reminiscences of him online, it’s impossible to overlook t…
 
Originally aired 8/7/2017 This week, Garrett Hope of The Portfolio Composer joins Dennis to make a few exciting announcements, including a new partnership with the American Composers Forum, a new distribution outlet for self-published composers, and gigantic new call for scores – all to make composers’ lives better. BONUS CONTENT: Dennis and the an…
 
Originally aired 6/13/2017 This week, I’m joined by composers Jamie Leigh Sampson and Andrew Martin Smith, the co-founders of ADJ•ective New Music, as they talk about the benefits and challenges of forming a composer collective, how they handle publishing and distribution for their composers, and the value they’ve found in running a podcast about n…
 
Originally aired 6/4/2017 Mezzo-soprano Megan Ihnen and composer Alex Shapiro return to MPP to talk about the ins and outs of commissioning new music from the perspective of the composer and the commissioner. In the course of the conversation, we discussed: Making both sides happy Contracts Making smaller, regular payments Consortia Arrangements/Ad…
 
Originally aired 5/30/2017 Composer Garrett Schumann talks about building a local music scene, investing in yourself, and the nuts and bolts of economical live streaming. Links: Garrett Schumann Garrett on Twitter Æpex Contemporary Performance Æpex on Facebook & Twitter The Awesome Foundation Salt Arts Documentation Tech mentioned on the show: Zoom…
 
Originally aired May 18, 2017 Dennis is joined by soprano Elisabeth Halliday and composer Spencer Arias to talk about their reactions to the third New Music Gathering, held in Bowling Green, OH. Links: New Music Gathering Elisabeth Halliday Spencer Arias Steven Schick: In Pursuit of an Externally Facing Artistic Practice ÆPEX Contemporary Performan…
 
Olivia Trujillo recently joined host Elias in the cave! Olivia Trujillo has quickly made a name for herself in the entertainment industry bringing diverse and dynamic characters to life on screen. Olivia can be seen starring in the independent thriller feature “Borrego,” opposite Lucy Hale and Nicholas Gonzalez. She also lend her voice to “Vivo,” S…
 
In the ninth stop on our round the world trip, we will be visiting Monaco and the case of Ted Maher, an American nurse implicated in the mysterious death of his billionaire boss. Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Around80Murders Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aroundtheworldin80murders/ Support us: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/around…
 
Fan favorite guest Alex 'Raj' Rajaniemi joins the show once again! On this episode, we look at the worst penalty call we've ever seen, the phantom too many men call that cost the Avalanche a point against the Nashville Predators in their 5-4 overtime loss. Also, examining Darcy Kuemper's performance so far this season and if there's any need to pur…
 
Originally aired 5/8/2017 Entertainment lawyer Marc Ostrow returns to MPP to talk about recent legal and legislative developments in copyright and licensing, including bipartisan legislation to make the Register of Copyrights a Presidential Appointment, and the Fair Play Fair Pay Act. Links: Marc Ostrow H.R.1695 – Register of Copyrights Selection a…
 
Originally aired 4/27/2017 Composer/violist Martha Mooke talks about improvisation, following your passions, and finding balance. Links: Martha Mooke Martha on Facebook NewMusicBox: “Martha Mooke: Walls, Windows, and Doors” Fuse Project: Revolution x3 (May 19, 2017) ASCAP Thru the Walls The Other Graduation (May 6, 2017)…
 
Originally aired 4/17/2017 Composer & bassist Brian Coughlin has been performing, recording, and touring with the Fireworks Ensemble, which he founded in 2000. The six member ensemble plays in a wide variety of styles, emphasizing its “brazenly inclusive approach to repertoire.” During the course of our conversation, Brian and I talked about non-li…
 
Originally aired 4/11/2017 Robert Paterson is a composer whose career has many facets: he’s a percussionist, he conducts, he runs a successful new music ensemble, he runs a boutique record label, and he’s launching a new festival of new music in 2018. He joins me this week to talk about running composition competitions, believing in yourself, deali…
 
Originally aired 4/42017 I met composer Reg Unterseher at the Chorus American conference a few years ago, and was taken with some of the things he had to say about how composers can be better-served by the community. He joins me this week to talk about the benefits of curation, the future of electronic scores, and different forms of distribution an…
 
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