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Big Boys Don't Cry

Paddy Johnston & Rob Gordon

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Big Boys Don't Cry is a weekly podcast in which Paddy Johnston & Rob Gordon discuss a film (usually with romance in), as well as catching up about culture, politics, video games and nonsense. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/bigboyspodcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Welcome to Small Screen Couch Commentary: The Boys, the ultimate destination for TV enthusiasts and die-hard fans of Amazon's hit series, "The Boys." Join your hosts, Alex and Billy, as they watch the entire series of "The Boys" from start to finish in a wild world of superheroes gone rogue. In this podcast, Alex and Billy will become your binging buddies, guiding you through the mayhem and madness that is "The Boys." Each week, they'll watch an episode and then give your their thoughts, the ...
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Welcome to a place where you will find inspiration and motivation on a daily basis. My goal is to give help to as many people as I can and make them to believe in themselves again. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/garrick-griffin/support
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Childhood is finite at just shy of 9.5 million minutes. We only get one shot at it. One of the biggest decisions we make is how we will use that time. Research has confirmed time and time again that what children are naturally and unabashedly drawn to, unrestricted outside play, contributes extensively to every area of childhood development. The importance here cannot be understated. Every year we aim to match nature time with the average amount of American kid screen time (which is currentl ...
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What are the issues that men spend a lifetime avoiding talking about? This is the show that gets men talking about them. With a mix of humour and serious conversation, each week Russell Kane and his panel of guests dig deep into the inner recesses of male insecurity - from group holidays to mental health, body hair to Brexit, it's thoughtful, surprising, laugh-out-loud funny, and above all, it makes you think.Subscribe now for free. New episodes every Thursday. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com ...
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The Story Behind The Song

Consequence Podcast Network

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The Story Behind the Song finds host Peter Csathy digging into some of the most iconic songs of all time with the artists who made them. Others may scratch the surface, but we go deeper than anyone into the musician’s fascinating creative journey of how their most lasting songs came to be – and the moment that sparked their inspiration.
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SATURATION

Cade Bethea and Grace Lamb

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A boy. A girl. Both self-proclaimed celebrity experts taking their constant Instagram DM convos live, each week, here. In the midst of this crazy world/ living your best life, these two hope to keep you up to date on all things pop culture....at least the topics they find interesting. Saturation, after all, is one of the best photo editing tools. It amplifies the color and excitement in everything! This is their goal on this broadcast. Guaranteed to make you laugh, cry, and maybe even pee yo ...
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Cinema 9

Michael Govier, Eric Branstrom, Travis Roy

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Do you like movies? So do we! Eric, Michael and Travis are your hosts who love movies but also incorporate a discerning eye. Dumb movies, intense movies or frightening movies. They're all fodder for us to chime in on. Do you enjoy premises like does it hold up or great performances in terrible films? This is the place for you. New episodes every Thursday night. Follow us on TikTok, Twitter and Instagram @cinema9pod or email us your favorite movie thoughts at cinema9pod@gmail.com
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Russell Kane's Man Baggage

Spirit Studios & Russell Kane

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Join Russell and his celebrity panel as they unpack the emotional baggage that men spend their lives avoiding. With no topic off the table, Russell and his guests explore all the uncomfortable and anxiety inducing conversations that usually make men run for the door by doing what blokes do best - make daft jokes about them. Are men biologically more reckless? Are women naturally more assertive than men? Should all men wear a watch? Thought provoking, insightful and laugh out loud funny, Man ...
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Join a husband and wife as they traverse the town of Tree Hill and experience bliss at a level seldom imaginable. We are aiming to offer a spoiler-free run through of the show everyone loves! We are only here to talk about what matters most to the people and what they have been craving, One Tree Hill. Lena takes care of the editing, and Alex shows up and brings a grown boy's perspective. Remember, your art matters.
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Yo

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«Rap Is What We Do, Hip-Hop Is How We Live» — sang KRS One. «Yo Is What We Listen» — add we after years. DJs from the Yo channel have done a great job. Here you’ll find a great variety of hip-hop styles, from almost forgotten genres such as Freestyle or G-Funk to actual Crunk or Live Looping. From radio R&B songs to the uncompromising strings of explicit lyrics bursts in the Hardcore Rap or Horrorcore styles. On Yo everyone can discover someone worthy of respect.
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"Fame is a Bitch" with AJ Benza, deconstructs some of the biggest scandals and tragedies of our lifetime. These stories are about the powerful seduction and fateful grip of fame. Our tragic figures are those that couldn't fight off the influences, pressures, and distractions that worked like grease upon their grip. Benza brings an insiders perspective and his tough-guy demeanor, bold narratives and aggressive pursuit of the truth, distinguish him as an authentic and original voice. AJ knows ...
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Rainbow Popcorn

Two Brothers Entertainment

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Lee and Brett from Two Brothers Entertainment delve further into film, examining the movies that tell queer stories or have become icons for the LGBTQ community. They do with their usual randomness and tangential discussions.
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1. Neya - Too Deep 2. Amari Noelle & Jacob Latimore - Would'nt Do 2 3. Ann Marie - Therapy 4. Jhené Aiko, Meek Mill, Young Thug - Someone To Love 5. Rihanna - Needed Me (Amapiano Remix) 6. Krishawna - I Let Cha 7. Alexia Jayy - I Need a Man 8. Nelccia - Options 9. K. Michelle - You 10. Daniel Caesar - Valentina 11. Eric Bellinger - Sum 2 See 12. Zeina - Nasty 13. Aqyila - Hello 14. Jacquees - I Remember 15. Kimberly Brewer feat. Joe & Stevie Wonder) - Don't Make Me Wait Too Long 16. Jully Bl ...
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Foolish Optimism

Foolish Optimism

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Join us as we share stories of mental health experiences with young people from around Scotland. Each episode, we will have a new guest on to talk about mental health covering topics such as trauma, coping mechanisms, stigma and getting help. Our guests will be primarily young people, but we will also feature industry professionals with relevant experience. Our message is simple: You are not alone, and together we can make a difference.
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Woman Up is an antidote to the age old saying "Man Up". It is a platform to celebrate extraordinary women and men who are breaking gender norms, shattering the proverbial glass ceilings and those who have the courage to forge their own unique paths in the face of societal resistance. Join your host Rashi Mal, an acclaimed Indian actor, musician and dancer in some very insightful conversations, albeit with laughs and lots of fun.
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Across the Desk

Elizabeth Plouffe

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We're here to chat about business, books, autism and a different way of doing things. Meet the agencies and organizations who are dedicated to improving the lives of autistic individuals and the autistic individuals helping them get it done. Did I mention we own a technology start up who's kicking the old way of coaching to the curb?
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Each episode host Dino-Ray Ramos will welcome a filmmaker, actor, creator or cultural figure to discuss a film or TV episode from the past of the guest’s choosing that is acclaimed, celebrated and considered a classic. We will discuss why the like the project but then do a deep dive and unpack how the film/series was enjoyable in the past, but upon revisiting there are details that are racist, misogynistic, homophobic, transphobic, and wildly cringeworthy when it comes to representation of m ...
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The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures and LAist Studios present a new multi-season audio series that examines the myriad of stories of our cinematic history. Jacqueline Stewart, Chief Artistic and Programming Officer of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures and a MacArthur Fellow, hosts the series. The Academy Awards have been a source of iconic moments and cultural impact since the award ceremony began in 1929. The awards often reflect and amplify the political, economic, and the cultural m ...
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On this episode we discuss a star turn from John Cena in the goofy comedy RICKY STANICKY! The intro music is by Richter FM, Paddy's alias for making lofi music. Find him on Spotify, YouTube, TikTok and more: http://richterfm.carrd.co You can find us on Twitter @BigBoysDontPod and you can email us at bigboysdontcrypodcast@gmail.com. If you enjoy our…
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Eric has selected a movie from 1999 with some of the most brutal scenes you''ll ever see put on film. The true story of Brandon Teena is explored in this week's episode as we determine if Boys Don't Cry (1999) holds up or not. For our old pal Dave since he's been asking, the movie we'll be focusing on for our next episode is...listen to the end of …
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"Boys Don't Cry" is one of the defining songs of The Cure's career — and it never even charted in the US. But the new wave classic is an undeniable slice of pop-rock perfection, and perhaps the most ubiquitously enduring track in The Cure's catalog. On this classic episode of The Story Behind the Song, The Cure's Lol Tolhurst, who co-wrote "Boys Do…
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