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The Second Amendment Podcast that has a Little Bit of Everything
Come Thru Queen
Dan and Brendan bringing you weekly reality show recaps including Real Housewives of Altanta, Beverly Hills, New York, New Jersey, Dallas, Potomac and Orange County, RuPaul's Drag Race, assorted Bravo offerings such as Vanderpump Rules and Summer House, daytime talk shows, pop culture news, award show rundowns, and so much more.
Knitting, Spinning and assorted awesomeness
I am the producer of the Psychedelic Salon, a regular podcast series showcasing interviews, lectures, and assorted additional audio sources that feature some of the brightest, most creative individuals from the community of folks interested in psychoactives. The salon's podcasts began in March 2005 and continue today.
Assorted stories from NPR
Join 3 anime “EXPERTS” as they watch ASSORTED SPACE ANIMES.TieTuesday, Geop, and Kuvo take you through some genious anime and some “genious"anime.Also we do jokes you’ll like it I swear!
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 ...
Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident is an incredible podcast in which comedian/musician/writer/thinking man/highly-boneable public figure Dave Hill invites assorted people of note/whoever he can talk into it over to his house for coffee and hopefully delightful conversation. Guests include authors, actors, convicts, comedians, and beyond. If you like podcasts and/or the Internet in general, you will really like this podcast because it is pretty much the greatest of all-time. I just checked. For ...
Each David Bowie album is unique. Some are universally lionised, some regarded as merely legendary, some, pretentious codswallop. But we all have our favourites. In this series of podcasts, I meet up with writers, musicians, critics and assorted woodland folk, to explore their choice of album in rambling roundelays of free-form facting, anorak-grade geekery, pompous pontification, impassioned argument and highly-contentious chat. I like to think these podcasts exercise the minds of some of t ...
The most kick-a*s podcast ever. About kinkiness and geekdom and other random assorted things..
Legion of Myth
If you are a fan of video and tabletop gaming, anime, comic books, or other nerd hobbies you have come to the right place.** WEEKLY LIVESTREAM **Our Weekly Livestream airs every Saturday @ 8pm CST/CDT on The livestream covers video games, tabletop games, anime, comic book, and assorted other 'nerd' topics.** VIDEO GAME STREAMS & RECORDINGS **We are gamers who have full time jobs, family requirements, and/or other real life commitments, which tend to provid ...
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The Tuesday Club
Alan Davies discusses all things Arsenal in a frenzied debate, over edamame beans, with assorted acquaintances, El Presidente and a Fifth Columnist from South London.
Doug Stenclik and Randy Young of bring you the lowdown on the world of uphill and backcountry skiing and boarding. Gear, technique, fashion, jargon, and assorted spray from two guys who know how to earn it in the backcountry. The world's best backcountry skiing podcast. Backcountry Skiing, Uphill Skiing, Rando (Skimo?) Racing, Splitboarding, its all here.
Delicate folk reveries, woozy psychedelia, deeply stoned lunar ragas and assorted noises from off the beaten track to keep you blissfully zoned out into the early hours of the morning. Psychic Glands with Aaron is broadcast on 95bFM, and independent & alternative radio station in Auckland, New Zealand.
Sermon Audio
Assorted Sermons preached at Christ Church
Mortville is a weekly podcast featuring 3 junkyard philosophers and lifelong friends gathering to discuss culture, music, society, history, being drunk, current events, living in Seattle, gross sex stuff, technology, kitsch, and a host of other topics, both planned and improvised. Special guests including musicians, bartenders, tech bros, ballerinas, drunks, and other assorted Seattle weirdos whenever we can trick them into coming over to our dumpy garbage cavern. Hosted by Terence, Matt, an ...
Funny, moving and insightful conversations with leading creative and business leaders from the world of Fashion, Culture and Design. Simon and his guests address current affairs, creativity and assorted topics far outside their own careers. Always looking for provocative ideas you can actually do something with, the Fashion Culture Design podcasts are inspired by the Unconference of the same name.Hosted by: Simon Collins
Podcasts that Celebrate the Back Issue Bin. Also home to Mike's other assorted podcasts
50 States of Blue's "Spectacle of Trump" Editor Jeb Lund and a rotating cast of fellow journalists and assorted comic-writer/attorneys discuss recent political and sports events and the prism of really broken and sad internet culture; talk to some famous people; also, run a Patreon-exclusive Hallmark Christmas Movie review podcast. It's very, very successful. Everyone loves it.
Succotash, The Comedy Soundcast Soundcast - playing snippets from some of the best (and worst) comedy podcasts across the interwebs! Also interviews with assorted and interesting show biz folk.
General Concerns
Writer, musician and former culinary professional John J. Goddard informs, entertains and provokes through conversations, essays and assorted audio plays.
Welcome to the home of the How to Play Podcast; A Podcast about learning and teaching games. We all know that the best way to learn a game is to have it taught to you by someone who knows the game well. That is what The How to Play Podcast is all about. Its like you are hearing an explanation of how to play a game from your wittiest, best looking and most charming friend. You don’t have a friend like that? Thank goodness, that guy would set the bar for me far too high, and in that case I’m s ...
3 good friends sit down with some beer for a series of assorted conversations and a bunch of laughs.
Each week Legion of Leia founder Jenna Busch and writers Anastasia Washington and Sabina Ibarra (and assorted celebrity geek guests) take on the geeky topics of the week.
The Raven Effect
Join professional wrestling superstar & world class idiot, Raven, along with a motley assortment of friends, enemies, know-it-alls, know nothings, professional level morons and highly functioning sociopaths, for a veritable cornucopia of stupidity covering current events, conspiracies, pop culture, politics, general muckety-muck, and any and all topics that can be properly bantered.
Dan Glaser and Brent Smith discuss the mysteries of the universe. They talk ghosts, monsters and the unknown. The discussion also runs off the rails into comedy, video games, movies and assorted other distractions.
Run the Means
Run the Means is a weekly podcast for people who are fed the f*ck up with late-stage capitalism, white supremacy, hotep shit, fake Christians, annoying Atheists, consumerism, black wrestlers not getting a push, DC being inferior to Marvel, settler colonialism, settler colonists, police brutality, imperialism, Chapo Trap House, sexism, homophobia, ableism--hell, any ISM--and other assorted Babylonian fuckshit... You're gonna want to subscribe. Like now. Check us out @runthemeans on Twitter.
Join host Scott Aukerman ("Comedy Bang! Bang!" on IFC, "Mr. Show") for a weekly podcast that blends conversation and character work from today's funniest comedians. While Scott begins by traditionally interviewing the celebrities, the open-door policy means an assortment of eccentric oddballs can pop by at any moment to chat, compete in games, and engage in comic revelry. With all that, and regular bonus episodes, we bet your favorite part will still be the plugs!
In a fresh iteration of a classic formula, comedians Jason and Randy Sklar share their unique comedic takes on an assortment of sporting issues and chat with an amazing array of guests.
GeekNights Thursdays is the weekly catchall segment of GeekNights, covering many myriad topics and assorted sundry.
Chip and Jeff have a podcast! Each action-packed episode is recorded WHILE THEY RUN around various fun locations and chat about running, comedy, music and other assorted nonsense. Take them with you on your next run! Chantry is a professional comedian and running enthusiast.Jeff Lyons is executive producer of "Nephew Swap" and shares Chip's running enthusiasm.
Digital Strips
The longest running webcomics podcast on the planet, pulling from decades of experience in the business
Schlock Tactics
A bad movie podcast aiming to review the worst horror, sci fi, action, kung fu, exploitation, video game, blockbusters and other assorted b movies from the lower half of imdb. New episodes twice monthly. Badder is better!
Pucks On Net
A Vancouver hockey podcast that doesn't talk about fantasy OR fancy stats. A loose, conversational based hockey podcast with a round table format. The show features a weekly assortment of good friends talking hockey, telling stories and trying not to take themselves too seriously. Sound quality: 11/10
The Empire Film Podcast is the official podcast of Empire, the world's biggest and best movie magazine. Check back each week for an assortment of irreverent, film-related chat, as well as interviews with Hollywood's best and brightest.
Gay Fun Show: Feast of Fools podcast makes your iPod fabulous! Fresh, funny talk on odd news, social trends and celebrity interviews peppered with a dazzling assortment of cocktail recipes and how-to projects. Serving up sass with five new shows every week, listen to real-life gay couple Fausto Fernos and Marc Felion along with their hilarious regulars: Amanda Steinstein, Sal-E and Gregg Shapiro. Subscribe now and take a fresh new look at the media. Winner of the Peoples Choice Podcast Award ...
Each week Legion of Leia founder Jenna Busch and writers Anastasia Washington and Sabina Ibarra (and assorted celebrity geek guests) take on the geeky topics of the week.
Featuring a wide assortment of interviews and event archives, the MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing podcast features the best of our field's critical analysis, collaborative research, and design -- all across a variety of media arts, forms, and practices.You can learn more about us, including info about our faculty and academic programs and how to join us in person for events, at
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Segment 1: Kansas City mourns the death of philanthropist Henry Bloch. Henry Bloch, co-founder of the tax preparation firm H&R Block and World War II veteran, has had an immense impact on Kansas City. His legacy will persist through the institutions he helped established and support. Today, a look at how his contributions were aimed to serve th ...…
Religious, community and political leaders plan to gather this Sunday at Temple Sinai to mark six months since a gunman killed 11 worshippers at the Tree of Life synagogue.By (Megan Harris).
The longest serving Republican in the Iowa House announced Tuesday he would change his party affiliation and join the minority Democratic cacus. State Representative Andy McKean of Anamosa cited increasing discomfort with the GOP's agenda and his inability to support President Trump's re-election bid in 2020. The defection shrinks the Republica ...…
Did you know that there is an observatory at the Vatican? Did you now that the two men in charge of the research and operations taking place there are both from the Midwest? In this transatlantic conversation, Dean Regas and Anna Hehman learn about the Vatican Observatory from its director, Brother Guy Consolmagno (from Detroit) and head of the ...…
The Clark Fork River above Missoula tipped just above flood stage this week. The National Weather Service says it reached 7.6 feet Monday. Minor flood stage is 7.5 feet.By (Edward O'Brien).
Federal investigators are on the scene of a deadly plane crash in the Texas Hill Country. The twin-engine Beechcraft went down shortly before 9:00 a.m. about six miles northwest of Kerrville Municipal Airport.By (Brian Kirkpatrick).
Yep, not a real show, just a quick update to say we're still here and things will go back to normal shortly, Thanks to all who listen!
The Alabama Public Radio news team produced his national award-winning documentary in 2016, for the fifth anniversary of the April 27, 2011 tornado outbreak. Pat D. “Is it five years? Oh, my gosh…” Steve Miller’s come a long way since April 27, 2011. He lives in Tuscaloosa’s Hillcrest neighborhood. His new home has lots of windows and there’s p ...…
Many U.S. farmers are struggling to overcome a triple dose of bad news : trade disputes, low crop prices and, in some cases, flooding.By (Eric Stock).
Last September, a magnitude 7.5 earthquake followed by a tsunami devastated a region of Indonesia, killing more than 4,300 people. Two Oregon State and University of Washington professors who surveyed the aftermath say the far-away disaster should elevate attention to quake-induced landslide risks here at home in the Pacific Northwest.…
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The Camp Fire virtually incinerated the town of Paradise, Calif., and killed 85 people, many of them elderly. Some are still feeling the intense trauma of having their town and homes destroyed.
In the 16th century, Hernando Colón assembled one of the greatest print-media collections the world had ever known. For centuries, its reference book was missing — until it turned up in Denmark.
One player has excelled in the NBA playoffs: Damian Lillard. The all-star point guard has carried the Portland Trail Blazers all season thanks to his play and, more importantly, his leadership.
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Abe Denmark, former deputy assistant secretary of defense for East Asia, about the summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Annunciation House, the main shelter for migrants in El Paso, is opening a new building to house families after they're released by ICE.
A NASA probe called InSight is on Mars listening for marsquakes and it seems it has detected the first sounds of a quake, probably.
New York Times White House correspondent Peter Baker has written two books about impeachment. He talks with NPR's Audie Cornish about lessons for Democrats from President Clinton's impeachment.
Weyes Blood is the project of musician Natalie Mering. Her latest album, Titanic Rising, covers topics of climate change, loneliness and life in an age mediated by screens.
This just in: The National Football League is hiring! But unless you’re about 20 years old and have been preparing for the NFL your entire life, you’re better off watching the draft live on TV with millions of other fans. Commentator Victor Wishna explains why in this month’s edition of 'A Fan’s Notes.' Don’t let the calendar fool you. Fans fee ...…
Poet Franny Choi reads a poem from her new book Soft Science and describes how poets of color are supporting each other.
Rep. Ilhan Omar was a controversial figure even before she was sworn in as a member of Congress in January. But the Minnesota Democrat insists she's a voice for those who don't get attention.
President Trump is telling his aides not to cooperate with congressional investigators following the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report.
Iran's foreign minister is proposing a prisoner swap and cooperation with the U.S. on Afghanistan and Iraq. But he says the U.S. pressure campaign won't bring Iran to its knees.
Boeing has released a quarterly earnings report that shows revenue and profit taking a hit from the grounding of its 737 MAX planes. Profits fell 13% compared to the same quarter a year ago. Overall revenues fell much less though, only 2%.
Authorities blame Islamist extremists for Sunday's bombings in Sri Lanka. Some Muslims are on edge. NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Hilmy Ahamed, vice president of the Muslim Council in Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka's president is gutting his security services after failure to act on intelligence that may have prevented Sunday's terrorist attacks. Funerals have begun for the more than 300 people killed.
This segment originally aired on May 3, 2017. Spraying herbicide to achieve what many consider to be the ideal lawn became a common practice in the mid-20th century. Many people stopped that practice after studies showing the health impact of human contact with common pesticides and weed killers. "The body of evidence that they are harmful to c ...…
This program originally aired on August 8, 2017. Susan Becker was having a tough time. Her mother had recently died. She started feeling like she had made wrong decisions. She wasn't motivated. She decided there needed to be a change. She got a job as a lunch lady in Bellevue in northeast Iowa, and she was managing a staff that was many years o ...…
Lance Johnston was devastated when he got his first prosthesis. “You think you can just put it on and go,” he said. “But it’s hard. It’s really hard to learn how to walk.”By (Katie Blackley).
Helping someone move is often a favor done for a friend in a jam. By seemingly universal custom, the reward for this assistance is pizza and beer. But for some western Pennsylvanians moving is no favor; it’s part of the job. Personal trainer Nkem Chikwendu keeps other people fit. Mover Tony Turner makes sure clients’ possessions make it from po ...…
This May, a new wave of students will graduate from college as many Americans reach retirement age and employees are in demand. This time it is Generation Z, the group of young people born between 1995 and 2012, who will join the ranks of Baby Boomers, Gen X'ers and Millennials on the job. So, who is this new generation of employees poised to e ...…
Last Saturday marked the 20th anniversary of the mass shooting at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado. Since then, there have been more than 80 mass shootings – defined by the FBI as an incident in which there are at least four shooting victims who are either killed or wounded – in the United States.…
The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is celebrating local food in Butte at the Summer Sosten Fest in June. “The highlight of the Summer Sosten Fest is going to be the first annual Great Butte Pasty Throwdown,” says NCAT Executive Director Steve Thompson in a video posted on the Sosten Fest website.…
The most grizzly bears since 2011 were captured last year in northwest Montana, according to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) annual reports released Tuesday. The reports focus on management actions in 2018 for grizzlies, black bears and mountain lions in FWP’s Region 1 – the northwest corner of the state.…
Montana lawmakers still must pass the state's next two-year budget as the legislative session wraps up this week. Bozeman commissioners have settled a lawsuit accusing city officials of breaking campaign laws in the lead up to last year's elections. Montana wildlife officials are urging residents to keep their distance if a cow moose and its ye ...…
A new tax on airplane fuel is nearing a final vote in the Montana Legislature. In recent weeks a trade group for major airlines has fought against the bill in a social media campaign. Montana lawmakers advanced House Bill 661 Tuesday on a 74-26 vote, approving amendments made by the Senate.By (Corin Cates-Carney).
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Segment 1: Race Project KC is educating high school students on structural racism in Kansas City. Built off of Tanner Colby's book "Some of My Best Friends Are Black," Johnson County Library takes students on a bus tour to provide lessons on the ways that segregration is ingrained in the foundation of the city. Shawnee Mission East student Oliv ...…
Updated: Wednesday, 9:37 a.m. Two Cincinnati City Council members are offering a solution to make sure some West End residents don't lose their housing because of the new FC Cincinnati soccer stadium.By (Jay Hanselman).
Segment 1: Hamilton Mania. Hamilton is one of Broadway's biggest productions in decades — and it's coming to Kansas City this summer. In this conversation, we tap into the mania surrounding a musical about one of America's lesser-known founding fathers. Leslie Broecker , president, Broadway Across America-Midwest Michelle Tyrene Johnson , race, ...…
The Maytags joined Iowa Public Radio in the Basement at the Des Moines Social Club previewing several songs from their forthcoming album "Meriweather," due June 28th. The band wants to shake things up a bit on the new record. Click and listen for a preview. The Maytags will be performing at the Des Moines Arts Festival in June and at Hinterland ...…
The Metropolitan Sewer District will begin accepting applications for a newly approved Customer Assistance Program (CAP). The CAP offers a 25% discount to low-income senior citizens who meet certain criteria.By (Tana Weingartner).
The public can now access hundreds of pages of Pittsburgh police policies in a database on the city website. Chief Scott Schubert says it's an exercise in bureau transparency and hopes it will foster trust with the community.By (Megan Harris).
Whether it’s a technological debacle, an encounter with dangerous wildlife, or quicksand, fast thinking and expert advice can make all the difference when encountering a worst-case scenario. On this episode of River to River, host Ben Kieffer spoke with New York Times best-selling authors of "The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook," which wa ...…
On a recent Friday, Ross Mantle searched for the right angle to photograph a landslide site in Millvale. He adjusted the settings on his camera like a photographer from an old movie: his head under a sheet as he prepared his shot. Overhead, the sky was completely gray.By (Mick Stinelli).
Street maintenance can be a Sisyphean task. Like in the myth of the Greek king sentenced to push a boulder up a hill for all of eternity, the work of paving and filling potholes and cracks is never really done.By (Kathleen J. Davis).
This conversation originally aired on June 29, 2017. Iowa’s lakes play a huge role in the communities that have grown up around them. During this hour of Talk of Iowa, host Charity Nebbe takes a tour of Lake Delhi, open for the first full summer boating season this year after the dam burst due to heavy rainfall in 2010. We’ll hear from Steve Le ...…
Last week Montana’s Republican Sen. Steve Daines hosted a roundtable in Missoula to talk with police and prosecutors about the devastating toll methamphetamine is taking on western Montana. The event also offered a revealing look at the business end of the meth trade.By (Edward O'Brien).
Twenty years ago, the stretch of Belton along U.S. Highway 71, now Interstate 49, looked a lot different than it does now. Only a few major retailers had set up shop in the city, with most bypassing Belton. That forced people who lived in the city to leave the county or even the state to shop at most big box or other stores.…
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