Best Cellini podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Cellini and Dimino with Nick Cellini and Chris Dimino airs weekdays from 9am to 12noon on The Fan, 680 and 93.7FM.
Professional street magician Dartagnan regales with tales of people, places, and situations from the road as well as commentary on the performing art of magic.
Excerpts from new plays by female playwrights. Necessary Exposure: The Female Playwright Project is a portrait and sound installation which seeks to bring visibilty to playwrights who identify as female. Through portraits and podcasts we bring awareness to what remains to be widely seen and heard.Photography and concept by Jody Christopherson.Sound plays recorded and designed by Natalie Johnsonius Neubert
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I recently answered an internet question about the greatest magicians and then was challenged by a mentor of mine about the answer I gave. Part one of a two part retort delves into the life of David Frederick Wingfield Verner, aka. Dai Vernon, aka. The Professor. Was he one of the greats? You decide...…
In this short episode, I delve into the 5 levels of presentation and where you should be aiming. Then I offer a little story from a while back which illustrates what happens when you shoot higher.
In this episode, I tie in a story to a book review...then a friend relates an unusual ghost story.
A whole episode devoted to Ricky Jay, who recently passed away - a master's master and one of my favorite performers.
In this episode, I conclude the series on Steven Pressfield's book "The War of Art" and start into covering it's sequel, "Turning Pro."
In this episode, I continue down the path of uncovering Resistance, and then delve into the solution of "Turning Pro." (War of Art Part 2)
In this episode, I delve into the most insidious force in your life, the force called Resistance. Via the excellent book "The War of Art" by Steven Pressfield, I discuss his ideas and provide examples from my own experience. Are you overcoming Resistance?
In this episode, I delve into the words of Nevil Maskelyne from "Our Magic." Then I tell a short story about a discerning audience from the streets of Northern Michigan.
In this episode, I recite a page from Cellini's "Dreamer's Highway". Then I talk about the magic documentary, "Our Magic".
In this episode, I tell a few short stories about what is truly important in performance. Then, I talk about another article from the Sphinx written by Fred Keating.
In this episode, I talk about Cellini's opinions on humor and what Jon Racherbaumer told me about audiences.
In this episode, I delve into two articles from history which suggest the same issues have existed in magic for a very long time.
In this episode I tell two straight-talk stories from my days as a nightclub bouncer. Then I include a snippet of another interview I did for my program "Secrets of Real Magicians."
This entire episode concerns two instances where I had to become (stealing a phrase from Dan Kennedy) the "Professor of Harsh Reality". Then I tease an addition to my program "Secrets of Real Magicians."
In this episode, I answer a listener question concerning who my favorite magician is. Then I rant about "performing" magic on social media.
In this episode, I delve into why it IS essential to read the work of Stewart James. Then, I attack the rampant appropriation of material.
In this episode, I tell a story about a great opportunity which befell me. Then I answer a question from a listener about hecklers.
In this episode, I talk about one of my mentors fooling the pants off of me. Then I talk about why you should be careful when trying to learn magic (or really anything).
In this episode, I tell the story of a violent confrontation I witnessed in Jackson Square. Then I shout out to a brand new street performer who is doing it the right way.
In this episode, I talk about a man named Bill Beach who was part of the Nashville magic scene. Then I talk about a boxing trainer who said something profound which directly relates to street performing.
In this episode, I tell another cautionary tale where a whole family was verbally thrown under the bus. Then I start a new segment of the show called "Street Performer Shout Out".
In this episode, I talk about one of - if not THE - worst performance I ever witnessed. Then I continue with the last three of Michael Weber's 6 Golden Rules.
In this episode, I tell a story about a coincidence where death may have been averted by myself and others. Then I delve into Michael Weber's Six Golden Rules.
In this episode, I sort of combine the story and rant section throughout as I speak on the dangers of being too absorbed with the magic and the story of my friend finding the right piece of silly.
Can the Falcons slide be reversed or is the season over?
The season came to a disappointing end on Monday night at Sun Trust but Frenchy loves what the future holds for our young Braves!
The season is about to get real for the Dawgs with four straight ranked opponents on the horizon...are they up for the task?
This episode is a tribute to another magician who has left us, Eugene Burger. Then I rant about the monkey see, monkey do nature of trick selection.
If you've been following along then you know who No 1 must be. Yes, The Great Bambino takes the top spot in the ultimate list of baseball's greatness!
He was a part of the most successful run in Braves history and knows a thing or two about the postseason....can't miss this!
No suspense here, The Hammer comes in at No.2 and some will say that's not high enough!
The Jackets are headed to Louisville to face everyone's favorite Bobby Petrino in what amounts to a must win.
We're in the midst of conference play in the SEC and the Dawgs have one more warm up before their trip to Baton Rouge next week....lets get busy!!
On the day the Braves are back in the post season we catch up with Friend of Show and a man in the know...DeRoe!
The final three is here and the Splendid Splinter arrives at No 3....
He's headed to LA to call the Braves & Dodgers for MLB Network & Fox and he's excited for his Braves family!
He's headed to LA for the Divisional Series with the Dodgers and likes the way this series is setting up....
This Bama boy was nicknamed "The Say Hey Kid"....enough said!
Is there a QB controversy brewing in Athens? Are the Dawgs not as good as last season despite their ranking? Lets figure it out together.....
We've reached the Top 5 so you know the names are legendary and No 5 doesn't disappoint.
In this episode, I talk about some publicity I received in New Orleans along with an approach to new cities I visit. The rant centers on my friend Warpo and an incident in Kansas concerning exposure and being a great audience member.
A Yankee from Oklahoma who switch hit like nobody's business, No 6 was as All American as it got!
The former NFL guru loved what he saw Thursday night from Goff & Cousins and he's in town this weekend for Bengals-Falcons!
The final weekend of September is already here and the SEC is rounding into what do we really know about the Dawgs at this point?
Okay, so we have ourselves a problem. Dimino needs to slot everyone back one number which means Walter Johnson slides out of the 8 whole back to No 9 leaving it open for this legend...and baseball's best ladies man!
He's with the team for the final road trip of the regular season and is still basking in the glory from Saturday's division clinching victory!
He's our manager...the manager of the NL East Champion Braves and we catch up with him in NY as the final road trip of the regular season gets underway!
The Big Train, our final pitcher on the list, comes in at No. 8.....
He's the GM of the NL East Division Champs and a Friend of Show....much to discuss!
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