Each episode, Dan and Jordan take a look at some clips from that day's Alex Jones Show and struggle to make sense of what they find.
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Best Critique podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Critique podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
Updated May 2020
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Join hosts Sebastian, Alex and Zane as they talk their way through films from past and present - all in a quest to see whether they are worth a Second Take.
Providing all the Film, TV, Music, and Pop Culture info you need to attack that next watercooler moment with confidence.
Part talk, part sass all things GeEEK! From collectibles, to gadgets, to comics, and film, music, you name it. The Geeks after all, are right.
Every week the team sits down to review, discuss, question, hypothesize. Join Dan Miller, Dave Scotland, Tom Magill, Rik Legarto and guests, as they explore classic sci-fi films, blockbuster movies, vfx, cg, animation, games, tech, music and gadgets, from their very unique industry perspectives. Enjoy…
Our show encourages usable designs for a better customer experience in products and services. Each episode is different, with the only constant being our demand that UX design make our lives better and provide long term value. If you care about design's impact on our modern quality of life, give us a listen. You will hear: * Critiques of products & services we've used thoroughly, * Interviews with people whose work or books we admire, and * Discussions of design methods we use in our own use ...
The creators of BibleProject have in-depth conversations about the Bible and theology. A companion podcast to BibleProject videos found at bibleproject.com
A monthly conversation about everything comics
Everyone Has A Critique
Instant political analysis from the Spectator's top team of writers, including Fraser Nelson, James Forsyth, Isabel Hardman, Katy Balls and many others.
Critique Revolve is a show dedicated to television, film and music. From writing to cinematography the hosts discuss, analyze and breakdown your favorite films, television shows, and music.
Bimonthly Podcast discussing Movies, TV, Music, Art & Culture.
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Come watch and share your process on watchmework.com!
Come hear me give critics about new music coming out and artists maybe even the music awards they host
Helping Writers Become Authors provides writers help in summoning inspiration, crafting solid characters, outlining and structuring novels, and polishing prose. Learn how to write a book and edit it into a story agents will buy and readers will love. (Music intro by Kevin MacLeod.)
Brash and honest discussion on politics and similar things that make the world spin.
Not Your Mom's Review Show: A Tipsy Critique of Movies and Television with a Pinch of Sarcasm and a Whole Lotta Love
Welcome to Not Your Mom’s Review Show! We’re a podcast that drinks and knows things (is that trademarked? I don’t know…). Join us for tons of fun as we bring you knowledge about your favorite cheesy movies!
Need some more estrogen in your podcasting bloodstream? The Feminine Critique just might be the completely free hormone supplement for your ears. Join Paracinema Magazine's Christine Makepeace and The Deadly Doll's House's Emily Intravia on this bi-weekly podcast as they team up to discuss and conquer a pair of semi/maybe/kinda related films. Whether you’re looking for in-depth analysis of Brian De Palma’s oeuvre or impassioned observations on Lifetime originals, The Feminine Critique could ...
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Kleb (and sometimes her friends) reads horrible fanfics and loses her mind. Feel free to offer recommendations!
Melissa Savage and Katie Molloy met in film class, and haven’t been able to stop talking movies ever since. Each week they watch a movie and review it, stopping to make plenty of nerdy references along the way.
Critiques and learning about Ayn Rand's philosophy from a moderate point-of-view.
Course on Jurisprudence
Listen to the dulcet tones of three ladies discussing topics of genre media, with a special focus on fantasy, science fiction and horror.
A podcast about the craft of comics
A Comedy Podcast where film critics, Aislene and Gracie talk about a movie before putting it to the Test. ( 6 different Feminist and Inclusive tests). Using these tests, they judge the film's feminism and if it's inclusive. Then they ask the most important question, Is it good? Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-feminist-critique/support
A short and often scripted audio series of original articles, tools and ideas that make you think about how we exist in the world. There are no judgments or harsh criticisms, only ideas that may or may not be important to share. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/critiques/support
Every episode we take a film adaptation and see how it stacks up against the original material.
Join Right bookend Peter and Left Bookend Louis as they critique bad literature chapter by chapter, often getting very distracted and off topic along the way.
Each week day RN Arts programs zoom in on a specific area of art and culture, brought to you by a specialist presenter. Subscribe to their podcasts separately by searching by name in your podcasting app.
Do you ever have those conversations, fuelled by a combination of a topic you're passionate about and a drink — or two, or five? In a roundtable series of conversations, your host Jacquie and guest designers, creatives and friends talk creativity, process, making work, views of society, and design culture.
A blog of movie reviews and criticism.. to be taken very, very lightly.
DesignDocs is a comedy podcast where we take boring, broken, and ordinary video games and make them better with all the magic of comedy. We post new episodes every Sunday. Subscribe to us here! Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to message us, or leave comments and suggestions!
Welcome! In this podcast I'm going to need your help! Join me as I read my work aloud but what I need from you is simply, your Critique. Tell me in the messages what you think. Is it good? Is it bad? If you loved it or hated it. I'm all about getting creative criticism and just want to hear from you as well! Tell me what you would like to hear! I've got poems that are published in another app and stories I haven't quite figured out yet that I would love to get some feedback on. Don't hold ba ...
You're Nearly Dead is a podcast about taking creative chances and risking failure. In each episode, lifelong scribblers Charlie, Matt, and Ben bring a piece of writing, written to theme, and share them with each other and the listeners. It's kind of a competition, but it's really not.
Taste Look Listen, The Podcast, is all about commentary on the Culture. Here, we examine, critique, and challenge the culture with a call to excellence. We discuss Hip Hop Culture, Womanhood, Music, Art, and much more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tastelooklisten/support
New To You Show is a forum for discussing consumable media and experiences from the perspective of people who have just been recommended it by someone who has already experienced it. Music, Film, Comics, Games, Literature, TV, and any number of possible new things!
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Conversation at the intersection of religion and politics
Insidious is the new hit movie series about a family plagued by paranormal activity. When ghost movies need reviews, who you gonna call? Now Playing Podcast!
Two guys discuss life, politics, and religion from the Christian perspective. Cross Cast looks to share the Biblical view point to anyone questioning it by covering topics of everyday life, the spiritual realm, and the eternal existence from a theological stance.
The Critique of Pure Reason, first published in 1781 with a second edition in 1787, has been called the most influential and important philosophical text of the modern age.Kant saw the Critique of Pure Reason as an attempt to bridge the gap between rationalism (there are significant ways in which our concepts and knowledge are gained independently of sense experience) and empiricism (sense experience is the ultimate source of all our concepts and knowledge) and, in particular, to counter the ...
Mother Metaphor is a poet, writer, actress, ghetto philanthropist, fashion designer and entreprenuer. Write It, Work It, Talk It, Tell It is a show for the grassroots artist. If you are an entertainer of any genre, or any other sort of creative entity call in for information on contest and grants!
Amanda Jean and Austin Chant dive deep into what makes fiction work. Join them as they answer burning questions like: How do you sneak complex gender theory into the structure of a novel? What makes a truly great magic system? How do you humanize a fictional serial killer… and should you?
MoHFi S1.13. Imprint: We made it! Maybe? It’s the controversial too-much-for-2006-cable finale of Masters of Horror’s first season, Takashi Miike’s Imprint. Christine and Emily can only say so much about fingernail torture and fetus shots, so they are happily joined by From the Depth’s of DVD Hell’s Elwood Jones. We also toss in our not-so-surprisi…
Photo Critiques. Each week the fans and friends of Hands-On Photography are encouraged to reach out to Ant Pruitt regarding photography questions, tips, or tricks. In this episode, Ant shares feedback and criticism of images submitted by a listener. Special thanks to Josh Fidel @jcefidel (Twitter) Host: Ant Pruitt Sponsor: expressvpn.com/hop…
It wouldn't be a Mel Brooks month without his first film about two men involved in an insurance scam by creating the worst Broadway production ever made... except that it doesn't go as planned and they have a smash hit on their hands. Mel Brooks also won an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay and the film was later made into a Hit musical and then t…
In this episode, Bobby, Tony, David and Brian discuss the ESPN documentary ‘The Last Dance’. RATING SCORE SYSTEM: 1 – 40% = Get Fisted (Thumbs Down) 41 – 70% = It’s a Movie (Thumb sideways like in Gladiator) 70 – 90% = Hell Yeah! (Thumbs Up) 90 – 100% = Kicks Ass (Horns)By The Rain Man
With Katy Balls and James Forsyth. Presented by Cindy Yu.By The Spectator
Larry Rusinsky returns to the show to help Tim critique the Bose QuietComfort 25 acoustic noise canceling headphones. The links referred to in the episode include: How Noise Canceling Headphones Work Comparison of the Bose QuietComfort 25 with the 35 Bose: Why Audiophiles Should Stop the Hate Bose Store Locator…
The opening pages of the Bible show us God’s good plan to rule with humanity as his image in heaven and on earth. Later characters in the story experience apocalyptic moments where they glimpse this ideal world and gain perspective to bring comfort and challenge to the world. Listen in as Tim and Jon discuss how this all points us to Jesus. View fu…
Today, Dan and Jordan explore some issues related to the end of last week on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Joe Rogan says that Alex is lying about his move to Spotify, Alex indicates a lack of awareness about the country's founding documents, and reveals that he may be communicating with Trump telepathically.…
Curtis Sittenfeld on Hillary Clinton in Rodham, father and daughter writers Peter and Anna Goldsworthy, Mirandi Riwoe's novel set on the Queensland goldfields.
Boris Johnson gave an unambiguous defence of Dominic Cummings at today's press conference. In so doing, the government is gambling that this is a storm they can weather. On the podcast, Kate Andrews discusses their thinking with Katy Balls and James Forsyth. Get a month's free trial of The Spectator and a free wireless charger here.…
Have questions about editing your novel? The best way to find good answers is to ask good questions. Here are eight excellent questions about editing.By K.M. Weiland
Katy Balls presents the highlights from Sunday's political shows, with interviews coming from Grant Shapps, Steve Baker, Nick Thomas-Symonds and Sir Venki Ramakrishnan.By The Spectator
This week Sebastian and Andy discuss Total Recall (2012) Second Take Podcast is recorded within the Moreton Bay Region of Queensland, Australia and acknowledges this regions original owners, namely the Jinibara, Kabi Kabi and Yuggera people. Second Take Podcast respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of these lands, and we pay our resp…
1) Concept vs Conception; 2) Conventionalism; 3) Hercules
The government has come out in defence of Dominic Cummings's decision to travel to Durham during lockdown. On the podcast, two Spectator writers give their opposing views on whether or not he made the right decision. With Alex Massie and Melanie McDonagh. Presented by Katy Balls. Get a month's free trial of The Spectator and a free wireless charger…
Keir Starmer is off to a good start in his first 50 days as Labour leader. But has he done enough to start bringing back former Labour voters? With Stephen Bush, the New Statesman's Political Editor, and James Forsyth. Presented by Katy Balls. Get a month's free trial of The Spectator and a free wireless charger here.…
In this episode, we take a look at the 1981 Disney hero classic, “Condorman”. Tom Magill dives into some trivia with his segment, “Just the Tip” and Rik Legarto looks at the narrative, through a writer’s lens, on “The Lost Sofa”.
Meditation Tips During Quarantine. Ant Pruitt has been pushing and challenging everyone to take action on their personal wellness and health. Now, he'd like to discuss taking a few minutes to find your calm and center during the trying times of shelter in place and quarantine. Ant discusses meditation apps and services that may be helpful for as yo…
Jesus walked on water. Sisqo walked on bitchesBy LeftOnReadPodcast
New figures from the ONS today show the extent of damage done to the economy. Is this recoverable? With Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth. Presented by Katy Balls. Get a month's free trial of The Spectator and a free wireless charger here.By The Spectator
Today, Dan and Jordan regroup and discuss the bizarre week that was on the Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex discusses being too drunk to meet with the Secret Service at the RNC, tries to make Joe Rogan's Spotify contract about himself, and lets two dullards fill in for him. Also, Dan becomes drunk with power after uncovering a few new dro…
BL and BW pay a virtual home visit to Tiddas 4 Tiddas co-founder Marlee Silva. Follow along at home: More than 150 Australian newsrooms shut since January 2019 as Covid-19 deepens media crisisNetwork Ten to close news, entertainment and lifestyle website 10 Daily websiteBuzzfeed to close Australian news operationsVice Media Group cuts 155 staffers …
Within 24 hours of refusing to scrap the NHS surcharge for migrant healthworkers, the government has U-turned. We discuss why; as well as Scotland's lockdown easing and the new civil servant at No 10, Simon Case. With Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth. Presented by Katy Balls. Get a month's free trial of The Spectator and a free wireless charger here…
Two conversations this week with two of the most prolific, talented and nicest people working in Hollywood - writer, producer, director and actor Paul Feig who heads up a new TV series called Love Life, and New Zealand born actress Melanie Lynskey who is currently starring in Mrs America.
Boris Johnson pledges to get track and trace up by June 1, but is it possible? Plus, how is the government handling the new Opposition Leader, Keir Starmer, and how is the UK going to implement its Northern Ireland agreement with the EU? With Katy Balls and James Forsyth. Presented by Fraser Nelson. Click here to try four weeks of the Spectator for…
The last two words that anyone expected to see in Captain America’s word balloon were “Hail Hydra,” but sure enough, that’s what happened in Captain America: Steve Rogers #1 in 2016. The outcry Marvel heard back for this move was even bigger than they had anticipated. Of course, it wasn’t a permanent change, but it wasn’t undone in the way we might…
Del Kathryn Barton discusses her debut feature film Puff, and the dangers of losing touch with our child selves.
With Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth. Presented by Katy Balls. Try four weeks of the Spectator for free and get a free wireless charger at here.By The Spectator
She's written 25 plays, won three Helpmann awards and is now performing alongside Al Pacino, but writer and performer Kate Mulvany has never been afraid of her darker side.Also, we meet the cast of Inua Ellams' now streaming Barber Shop Chronicles and discuss the new phenomenon of staging theatre in our living rooms.…
With James Forsyth and Fraser Nelson. Presented by Katy Balls. Sponsored by 'Look Forward', the podcast from Rathbones on what the future might look like. Find out more at RathbonesLookForward.com.By The Spectator
Our dreams are often filled with strange images. What happens when a prophet, steeped in the Scriptures, receives a dream from God? The resulting imagery is packed with hyperlinks to the Hebrew Bible. In this episode, Tim and Jon begin discussing Revelation and tracing these visions through the rest of the Bible. View full show notes from this epis…
Controlling and cutting down on distraction is the first step in reclaiming our full creative capacity. Here are 13 tips to get started!By K.M. Weiland
Today, to supplement their coverage of Alex Jones, Dan and Jordan begin an exploration of how things played out on Bill Cooper's radio show The Hour of the Time on the days immediately following the bombing of the Murrah building in Oklahoma City. This installment covers the day of the bombing, April 19, 1995, as well as April 20-21.…
Max Barry's latest novel, a science fiction thriller called Providence, Covid 19 impacts on the book industry and Booker International shortlisted Australian author Shokoofeh Azar.
Welcome to FILM & BLINDSPOTS, Episode 31 of the FILM & PODCAST. On this episode we take a look at some films we perhaps should have seen by now - from the classics to most popular.With Rich and ErikaVisit the official website for links to iTunes and SpotifyYou can join the action and conversation over at the FILM & FACEBOOK GROUPLike our FILM & FAC…
Katy Balls presents the highlights from Sunday's interview shows, with clips from Michael Gove, Angela Rayner, Liam Fox, Carolyn Fairbairn and Paul Farmer.By The Spectator
This week Sebastian and Andy discuss Total Recall (1990) Second Take Podcast is recorded within the Moreton Bay Region of Queensland, Australia and acknowledges this regions original owners, namely the Jinibara, Kabi Kabi and Yuggera people. Second Take Podcast respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of these lands, and we pay our resp…
1) Recap; 2) Theoretical Disagreements; 3) Constructive Interpretation
With Alex Massie, the Spectator's Scotland Editor, and Fraser Nelson. Presented by Katy Balls.By The Spectator
LetsFit Smartwatch. There are so many tech devices and gadgets available to help us get a better grasp of our personal wellness. Ant Pruitt takes a look at the LetsFit smartwatch to show how it compares to other popular smartwatches and how it can help you stay on top of your personal wellness. Host: Ant Pruitt Download or subscribe to this show at…
With Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth. Presented by Katy Balls.By The Spectator
Today, Dan and Jordan discuss a couple days of this week on The Alex Jones Show. In this installment, Alex fails in a valiant attempt to make a point, possibly warns the world of a fake alien invasion, and gets a little too specific about what movie he pretends he was offered a starring role in.
Follow along at home: Robert Pattinson: A Dispatch From IsolationPete Evans (@chefpeteevans) • Instagram photos and videosAlison Roman New Consumer interviewChrissy Teigen responds: Part One, Part TwoAlison Roman apologies: Initial reaction, Part One, Part TwoFood for thought: Food fight: what the Chrissy Teigen and Alison Roman dust-up reveals,Ali…
Timelapse Photography. Ant Pruitt continues his two-part discussion on creating timelapse footage with your camera. In this episode, Ant shares how to use video editors such as Adobe Premiere Pro to create a video sequence from your timelapse still images. Host: Ant Pruitt Find Hands-On Photography on your favorite podcatcher. https://twit.tv/shows…
With Katy Balls and James Forsyth. Presented by John Connolly. Sponsored by 'Look Forward', the podcast from Rathbones on what the future might look like. Find out more at RathbonesLookForward.com.By The Spectator